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Meetings Thia Day.
St. Andrew's Lodge, afc, S P. M.
Palmetto Fire Company,'at 8 P. H. '
Stonewall Fire Company, at 8 P. H.
Charleston Dramatic Ciao, at half-past T P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Wm. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at bis
store, furniture, hardware and notions.
PERSONAL.-His Excellency Governor Scott*
arrived in the city on saturday evening, and is
staying at the Charleston Hotel.
Hon. Thomas Coman, president of tne Kew
Tork board of aldermen and ex-o?cio mayor of
Kew Tork, is at the Mills House.
ORDINATION.- The Kev. James Fullerton was
yesterday ordained a priest, at the Cathedral
Chapel, by the Right Rev. Bishop Lynch. The
eeremonles were of a solemn and highly interest?
ing character, and were witnessed by a large con?
gregation. We anderstand that the Rev. Mr. Ful?
lerton will remain in this city.
PROPOSED FIREMEN'S FESTIVAL IN MAT.
The white volunteer companies, of this city, pro?
pose holding a festival early in tue coming month,
and arrangements are nearly completed for the
same. It is also stated that several visiting com?
panies from adjacent cities will be present and
take part In the affair.
THE SECOND LECTURE of Dr. W. J. Davis
wi;: be given to-morrow, Tuesdays evening, at
Holmes's Lyceum. Tne lecturer will continue his
accounts of bis travels In Africa with Dr. Living
stjjce, and will also discuss the vexed question .or I
the unity or diversity of the origin of the Human
CRUMBS.-There were but twenty-six con?
victions at the last term of the Court or General
Greea peas are sailing at 40 cents a peck rn the
market strawberries 50 cents a quart.
There was no boslaess done in the Court of Com?
mon Pleas on Saturday.
Picnics are becoming contagious.
THE NILSSON CONCERT.-M'lle Nilsson, the
Incomparable singer, does not come to Charleston
alone. - BrignoU ls with her, ready to warble his
H' appari and "Come into the Garden. Maud." ;
Miss Cary's flue contralto wdl add to the charm o f j
the concert. And last, bot not least, ls M. Ver?
ger, tne popular baritone;' The concert next
Saturday will be the greatest treat which Charles?
ton has bad since "the Union came tn."
BURGLARS AT WORK.-At a late hour on Fri?
day night, tlte residence No. 74 Spring street was
entered by burglar*, and a large quant tty of cloth?
ing and wearing apparel of every description car?
ried off, without any alarm being given. The
family were'all in bed and asleep, and the rob- j
bery was not discovered nntll the following
morning. How tne burglars effected an entrance
ls still a my stet y.
ANOTHER FTES IN JACKSONVILLE.-The Inter?
national Hotel, at Jacksonville, Florida, was de?
stroyed by fire. Tu;8day mornlng-last, together '
with most of the furniture, lt is thought, through j
design. The total loss ls abeu: $15,ooo, on which
Sere ls Insurance, $6,000 on the building, and on
e furniture $2,000. The Home, of New York,
liad $2,000, and the balance ls in the Ande J, of j
-Cincinnati; Yonkers, of New York; Phoenix, of
New York, and the Pacific, of Sau Francisco. '
Tax UNITED STATES COURT.-In the Circuit
Court, Saturday morning, Hons. Hugh L. Bond
and George s. Bryan, presiding.
The jury charged with the case of Butcher A Co.
vs. T. M. Cater, returned Into court and Inform?
ed the judges that they oonld not agree upon a
verdict, upon which a mistrial was ordered.
Jury No. 1 were then discharged and the mar?
shal was ordered to summon twelve tales jurors
from the bystanders to serve during the session.
A verdict or $599 4? was rendered ls favor of
John C. Galvan against John M. Hall.
Adjourned nntll 10 o'olock thia morning.
Tatt BOARD OF TRAOE.-A special meeting
Of the Board was heltl at their rooms Saturday
evening, the president, H. H. DeLeon, Esq., In the
chair. . .
The chair explained that the object or the meet?
ing was to elect a delegate to the Taxpayers' Con?
vention, to be held In Colombia next May, and
read a communication from the Chamber of Com?
merce stating whom they had appointed to rep?
A committee was then appointed to make suita?
ble nominations, and Colonel Richard Lathers
and H. Gourdin, Esq. having been nominated,
were confirmed by the'vote of the Board.
The Board then adjourned.
POISON IN THE CUP.-Diana Washington has
been examined before Trial Justice Brennan on
The charge of poisoning Nick P?ngh. a ooiored por?
ter In a King street store, and committed for
trial at the next term of the court of General
Sessions.. The poison was administered oy the
prisoner, on the 10th Instant, la a cap of gin,
and the examination had been postponed until it
could be ascertained what would be the result of |
the serions illness lt occasioned Nick. The latter
was confined to his bed for several days, batts
now entirely recovered from the effects of the
dose. The evidence Indicated that the deed was
done by Diana under the Influence of her hus?
band, who seems to have suspected intimate re?
lations between his wife and Paagh. The hus?
band is not to be found.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.-A meeting of the
Chamber was held on Saturday afternoon, at 2
O'Clock, vice-President Samuel T. Tapper in the
Messrs. Henry A Middleton, J. C. Cochran and
Geo. H. Walter were unanimously elected mem?
bers of the society.
Mr. 1 npper explained that the object of the !
meeting was to elect a delegate to the Taxpayers' j
Convention, to beheld In Colombia next May, ana
recommended that the Chamber exercise great
deliberation In selecting a proper person. '
On motion of Mr. Geo. H. Trenhelm, lt was
Resolved, That two delegates be elected to rep?
resent the Chamber In the May Convention, and
that the Board ci Trade be notified of the same.
A committee of five were appointed to mate the
nominations, who, artera short conference, pro?
posed the names of the Hon. W. D. Porter and [
Geo. H. Trenbolin. The nominations were unani?
mously confirmed by the Chamber, and the meet?
ing then adjourned.
CATHOLIC FAUL-The working committee,
assisted by numerous lady friends, were busily
engaged all Saturday at the Hibernian Hall, in the
work or preparation for the fair, which opens
there this evening. The ten tables have been
erected and decorated, and now stand ready to
receive the articles to be disposed of. They have
been assigned as follows. No. 1. Mrs. st. Amaod;
2, Mrs. Schnell; 3, Mrs. O'Netll; 4, Mrs Hogan; 5,
Mrs. Dougherty; 6, Mrs. O'Connor; 7, Miss Kane;.
8, Sisters of Mercy; 9, Mrs. Buchet; io, Mrs.
The rame stand is also completed, and stands
at the upper end or the hall in rront of tne stage.
The interminable garlands of evergreen, pre?
pared on the previous day, were disposed of bi
the most tasteful manner, and now hang lu ?fes?
toons along the sides of the wall, tnelr supports,
at Intervals, being ornamented with handsome
wreaths. The dressing of the tables ls supported
by pieces of fanoy iron work, apon which the
?evergreens, relieved by a profusion or roses. Hiles
and other dowers, are wovea. The table of the
Sis tere or Mercy ls decorated with cedar and
white lilies; the evergreens on the other tables
being ornamented with pink roses and other
flowers of various hue. The work has been ad
mlrabiy managed-everything being done in pro?
per time, and not being put off until the last j
minute. The finishing touohes on the decoratl .ns
and the arranging er the axtlotes will occupy to
day, ano m the evening the fair will be ready to
receive the, lovers of the beautiful, and all who
?take an interest in the good Sisters for who^e
.benefit it ls Instituted.
[.THE SOUTHERN DENTAL ASSOCIA
NIGHT SESSION-SECOND DAT.
After the royal entertainment and excursion
around the harbor, given to the Southern Dental
1 Association, by the South Carolina Scare Dental
Association, cn Thursday last, the members, In
excellent spirits, returned to the Phoenix Dall.and
the meeting was called to order by Dr. Koapr*, the
president, in the chair.
Dr. S. H. Cartwright, member or the Royal Col?
lege of Surgeons, or London, was unanimously
elected an bonorary and corresponding member
of the association; and Drs. Norman vc. Kingsley,
or New York, and W. R. Boll, of Charleston, s. C.,
were elected active members.
The discussion of Dr. F. Y. Clark's report on
dental therapeutics was resumed by Drs. Atkin?
son. Cartwright, Wlnkler. Kingsley, Barker and
Clark. The time having arrived for the selection
of next time and place of meeting, the last Tues'
day in July, 1872, and Richmond, Ya., were unani?
Dr. Thompson, of Virginia, In behalf of Virginia,
bis state, thanked the association for tbe compli?
ment bestowed upon the Old Nor tu State. Tbe
meeting then adjourned until io o'clock the fol
MORNING SESSION-THIRD DAT.
The meeting was called to order at 10 A. M.
Dr. Cartwright, ol London, being called upon,
clearly demonstrated the surgical treal ment of
cleft palate, and Dr. Kingsley likewise demon?
strated bis mode of treatment by mechanical ap?
pliances, which elicited the admiration- or all the
members, and their unanimous vote of thanks
was tendered to them. Drs. Barker, Atkinson,
Clark and Patrick gave their views upon this
The commut?e ou voluntary essays reported a
paper on the subject of transplanting teeth, by
Professor Barker, or Philadelphia, which was read
and placed on tlle,and elicited discussion from Hrs.
Clark, Cartwright, Atkinson, Reynolds and Dr.
Dr. Reynolds exhibited a very Interesting spec?
imen or a supposed tumor caused by the trans?
verse eruption or a superior car rim tooth.
Tte meeting then adj jurned until half-past s
AFTERNOON SESSION-TITI KD DAT.
The meeting was called to order-President
Knapp In the chair.
On motion or Dr. Angeli, a committee of three
drafted resolutions upon the death of Drs. Crowe
and Johnson, members of this association.
The Buoject ef dental education was discussed
by Drs Cartwright. Cobb, Barker, Wiukler, Rey?
nolds, Ford and Kingsley.
on motion of nr. Augell, the hour of 9 P. ll.
I was selected for the election ol officers.
On motion of Dr. Tnorupson. the subject or ope
ratlve dentistry was taken nuder discussion by
Drs. Atkinson,'Knapp, ciark aud Herman
The meeting adjourned until 3 P. M.. to resume
the subject of 'he dlscsslon, when Drs. Moore,
Angeli and Reynolds gave their views. The dis
cuBsion ot the subject was then closed.
The treasurer reported a balance on baud of
.Tbe executive committee made a full report,
which was read and approved.
It was moved and carried that Dr. Angeli be
presented with some suitable present for his val-1 (
uable services as recording secretary of the as
A communication was read from Dr. Samuel i ?
Rambo, or Montgomery, Alabama, expressing re
[ gret at not being able to be present at this meet
' lng. The communication was accepted.
I lt was moved, seconded and carried that the | 1
proceedings o this meeting be published in
pamphlet form, and with them the Constitution,
By-laws aud Code of Ethics, if they had not a!
ready been published.
The following delegates were elected to repre
sent this association at tu- next meeting of the
American Dental Association: Drs. Wlnkler,
Posticy, Royal, Patrick, Jr., Lowrance, Burr,
Jones, Tbomnson. Grant, Bull, W. s. Brown,
Wardlaw, Banckel, Patrick, Sr, Boozer. Ch?pela,
Rodriguez, J. P. H. Brown, Wright, Muckenfuss, I l
On ballot the following members were elected | ?
officers for the ensuing year : Dr. F. .!. Clark, of
Georgia, president; U J. B. Patrick, or South
Cr ro.ina. first vice pr?sident; Dr. ll. M. Grant, of
Virginia, seoond vice-president; Dr. E. Floyd, of
North Carolina, third vice-president; Dr. A. C.
Ford, of Georgia, corresponding secretary ; Dr. O.
J. Bond, of South Carolina, recording i "-cretary ;
Dr. G. VT. Redman, of Kt-ntucky, treasurer.
On motion, a committee of three, consisting
of Drs. Angeli. Bond and Wlnkler, were appoin ted
to furnish a report of the proceedings or this as?
sociation to the press and dental journals.
A resolution of thanks was tendered to the
faculty ot the Charleston Medical college, Charles?
ton Library College. Freundschartsbund, Board of
Trade, Cuartea ton, s. C., Dental Association, tbe
varions railroads and hotel?, the press and the
retiring offlowrs of this association.
Dr. Angeli then offered tue following:
Resolved. That the assoolatlon now discuss the
praciicaoiuty of rs^atilishtng an Independent
Southern Journal, devoted to dental science, ano
to be the property of chi- association, carried.
A lively discussion then took place. New Or?
leans was selected as the place where the Journal
should be published and Dr. S. P. Cutler, of that
city was elected editor. The association ad?
journed to meet at 0 o'clock the next day.
MORNING SESSION-FOURTH DAT.
Meeting called to order. President Clark In the
. On motiop of Dr. Wardlaw, a committee or
three were apoointed wi'ti cane blanche to take
such steps as they ra .y think proper lo carrying
out thc views of this association In publishing a
dental Journal. Drs. Cutler, Knapp and Angeli
were appointed on the committee,
A resolution of sympathy was offered by the
association to two or its members. Drs. Knapp
and Angeli, who had, since its last meeting,
been deprived, through God's will, of tin lr cher
lshed wives. | t
The following standing committees were ap- (
Committee on Membership-Drs. Thompson,
Virginia; J. B. Patrick, south Carolina; Henry C.
Commit tee on Publication-Drs. Gorgas, Mary
lano; Fo d, Georgia; Grant, Virginia.
Oommlitee on Education-Drs. P. H. Brown,
Georgia; Wlokler, South Carolina; Angeli, Louisi?
Committee on Surgery-Drs. Atkinson, New
York; Grant, Virginia; W. ?. Arrlug.on, Tennes
comm! tee on Histology and Microscopy-Drs,
S. P. Cutler. Louis ana; Barker, Pennsylvania; | (
Hanckei, south Carolina.
Committee on Dental Therapeutics-Drs. Kings
ley. New York; Burr, Ceo gla; Rambo, Alabama.
Committee on Operative Dentistry-Drs. Her
mas. Tennessee; Knapp, Louisiana;,-Holland,
Oom mutee on Mechanical Dentistry-Dra.-Bo
drtguen, South CaroUoa; Royal, Georgia; Wright. r
' The other com mitran noe jet appointed.
On minion, the association adjourned to meet in
Richmond. Va., al 10 o'elsck, on the last Tuesday ,
taJuljvMTa. " . > - J
EASTER CHURCH ELECTIONS. 1
. TRINITY CHUSOS, SOCI ET Y HULL. '
Wardens-John Witherspoon, W. H. Evans.
Vestry men-Dr. Thoa, smith, 3. B- Evana,-S. W.
Evatts, Edvard McIntosh, W. W. Finney, Dr. P. E.
Del?gate? to Diocesan- Co avant ion-John With?
erspoon, tS. W. Evans, .Edward Mcintosh, -w. D.
Gaillard,;' " ? . ,* '
tr. JOHN'S cHtraoH, WINN^BORO'.
Wardens-H. A-Jaiilard. Du Bose Egleston,
Vestrymen- W. R. Robertson, W. M. Dwight, J.
M. Daly, Pierre Baoot, c. H. Ladd.
Delegates to Diocesan Convention-Piena Sn?
oot, T. R. Robertson.
ST. Jl'DS'3, WALTBBBOR?W.
. Wardens-Coloaei Cnaa. E. Miller, Dr. Geo. M.
Veatrymeu-O. P. Wilhams, Dr. A. F. O'Bryan,
BOOL L. Fraser.
$ Delegates to Diocesan Convention-0. Baring
Fanirer, O. P. Williams, Colonel Ohas. E. Miller.
- AT- STFPHBN'3, FREE CHURCH, CHARLESTON.
Wardens-Ja-. K. Pringle, W. B. Smith.
<? -Vestry men-W. C. Courtney, John Hanckei, Jas.
Sim?os, Jr., F. C. May, Dr. J. fr. Buist- C. R.
Holmes, H. P. Archer, , .?
V v; Q BA OK CHURCH, CARDEN,
r Wardens-L. R. Deas, J. B. Kershaw*."
Veatiymen-J. M. DeSaussure, J. A. Young-, H.
Itt Salmond, W. M. Shannon, ? D. Dunlap, J. M.
Davis, Thoo. Lang. ' v'"
Delegates to Dio.esau Convention-J. B. Ker?
shaw, J. A. Young, J. M. Davis. A. H. Buy kin.
PRINCE FRED CRICK CHAPEL, FEBD?B.
Wardens-Dr. J. R. spirutnau, Colonel Ben.
Vestrymen-J. J. Pringle, Dr. R. S. Heriot, j. H.
Read, B. P. Fraser, 0. P. Auston, R. S. Izard.
Delegates to Dioc-san Convention-Dr. J. R.
Sparkman, Dr. R. S. Heriot, 0. P. Allston, B. P.
DROPPED PROM TBK CLOUDS.-Between 9 and
10 o', lock ou Pri?ay uignt, the attention or a
pohcemau'was .ittraowd to an odd-looking bun?
dle lying in front or a honse m Hanover street,
which, on elimination at a neighboring gas
lamp, proved to be a ll. ile male lu?an t, abandon,
ed oy some unknown person. The tender-heart?
ed official found Himself tu a quandary at this un?
expected bio-sin g. bm aner cogitating a few mo?
ments, earned the little stranger to the Guard?
house. Nobody came for t aid the Juvenile vag?
rant- waa sent im the city Hospital to be taken
care of, whence it wm bi returned to the owner
on proof of property.
ST. M AMY* 8 CBUR?B, HASEL STREE*.
A lil rt a s by tlie Rev. Dr. Moore-Distri?
bution of the Priz's-Conrluding Ad?
dress by tlie Pastor.
The distribution of prizes to the children of
ibo Sunday school of St. Mary's Church tool: place
The report of the superintendent was read. It
showed that the school bad now 155 pupils,
against less than 100 In August last, that the av?
erage attendance was 58 boys and 59 girls, and
that the number of pupils was rapidly increasing.
This gratifying result was held to be mainly due
to the zeal and patient mtelugence of the teach?
ers, and to the introduction of the practice of
singing appropriate hymns at the opening and
closing of the school. A Sunday-school library
has been formed, and nearly all the Sunday
school children, as well as many members of the
congregation, are regular subscribers.
The Rev. Dr Moore, who had kindly consented
to deliver the prises, then addressed the teachers
and pupils. He saw with pleasure the evident
Improvement in the condition of the school, and
urged, both teachers and pupils to go on with the
good work. He assured the teachers that they
would bc richly rewarded by God for their dili?
gence in Imparting religious instruction to the
young, and urged the children to continue to be
attentive, and to ground themselves thoroughly
in those religions truths which arc the sure foun?
dation of temporal and eternal happiness. The
remarks of Dr. Moore were earnest, graceful and
to the purpose.
The class prizes were thea distributed by Dr.
Moore to the following named children. These
prizes were given to tue children who had receiv?
ed the highest number of marks for attendance,
lessons and good behavior during the scholastic
year. The number of marks ls set against the
First Cla<s-Sister Helens, Teacher-1st prize,
Sarah Welsh, 1056: 21 prize. Lily Drake 1020.
Second Class-Sister Helena, teacher-1st prize,
Hattie Dowell, 1060; 21 prize, Fannie Kinley,
1050. Honorable mention-Florence Lalane, 1030.
Third Class- >ister Mary Bernara. Teacher-1st
prize, Kate Furlong, 902; 2d prize, Mary McBride,
Fourth Class-MI'S Almar. Teacher-1st prize,
Maule Armstrong, 902 ; 2d prize. Marie L. Hit?
man, 689. Honorable mention-Pauline Brandt,
Louise Kinsey, Emily Laurey.
Filth Class-Miss Chazal. Teacher-1st prize,
Lizzie Furlong, 1116; second prize, Ella Furlong,
Sixth Class-Miss Alice Armstrong, Teacher
1st prize, Anule Webb, vro; 2d prize, Jane Beg
Seventh Cass-Miss Fannie Furlong, Teacher
ist prize, Matilda Jacobs, 1012; 2d prize, Ellen
Eighth Class-Miss Drake, Teacher-1st prize.
Kate Williams, 240: second prize, Amanda Wil?
First class-Miss Fitzgibbon, Teacher-1st prize,
Henry Oliaurey, not; 2d prize, Wm. Casey, 1100.
Honorable mention-John Fleming, 1096; Leon
st. Arnaud. 1029.
Second Class-J. Emile St. Amand, Teacher
1st prize, P. Xavier St. Amand, 1181; second prize, .
William Barrlgan, 1054. HonoraDle mention-,
fohn Williams, 1050; Chares McGahan, 1050; John
Third Class-M. Maher, Teacher-lat prize,
Sarrv Garet v, 990; 2d prize. Angelo Buero, 872.
Fourth Class-A. Lltschgi, Teacher-1st prize,
Cornelius Flynn, 719; 2d prize, E. W. Woods, 660.
Filth Class-J. Victor St. Amand, Teacher-1st
arize, Wm. Cashman, 724; 2d prize, Thoa. Flynn,
sixth Class-Rv B. Garety. Teacher-1st prize,
lohn Flynn, 795; 2<T prize, A. DoweR, 678.
Seventh Class-A. D. Armstrong, Teacher-1st
irize, Charles Kidd, 620; 2d prize, Leon Druelie,
Eighth Class-A. D. Armstrong, Teacher-1st
inze, Jos. Losano, 624; second prize, William
The pastor then announced that the following
rays and girls had received an equal number of
narks for attendance and behavior at music prac
Fannie Furlong, Hattie Dowell, Kate Furlong,
\nnie Webb. Lizzie Furlong, Pauline Brandt, Mary
Dunning, Ailee Armstrong.
Leon St. Amand, H. C. Laurey, willie Cantwell.
For music there were two silver medals-one
or the girls and one for the boys. As there was
io way by which he could decide which of the
?Dlldren named should receive these medals, he
md caused them to draw lots on the previous
Sunday, the lots remaining sealed. The eleven
;nlldren were called up, and, upon opening the
sealed envelopes, it was found that Miss Hattie
Dowell had won the gina' medal, and Master
Willie Cantwell the boys' medal.
There were also two silver medals to be award?
ed t o the children for general good conduct and
iro?clency. That these might be awarded to
hose most worthy, len children considered the
test had tuen chosen from Ave classes of the
joys, and twelve, In the same manner, from six
iiasses of the girls. The names of these children,
io selected, are as follows:
First Class-Sarah WeL-h and Lily Drake,
fecund Class-Hattie Do wed and Fannie Kinsey.
Third Class-Kate Furlong ami Mary McBride.
Fourth Class-Mary Armstrong and Lou Kinsey.
FUih Claas-Lizzie Furlong and Nora Bresulhau.
Sixth Class-Aunle Webb and Jane Begley.
First Class-Henry C. Laurey and A. Le Bude.
Second Class-F. Xavier St. Amand and C. Ma?
Third Class-Henry Garety and Angelo Buero.
Fourth Class-Cornelius Flynn and O. W. Woods.
Filth Class-wm. cashman and E. McCarthy.
These children were subjected to a severe ex
imluatlon. their ans wera being given in writing.
Kn examination of the answers showed a tlo be
ween Miss Ll ife Drake and Miss Sarah Welch.
m<.se were again examined, and, upon the second
rumination, the silver medal was awarded to
Hiss >arah Welch. The silver medal for the boys
vas awarded, upon the first examination, to
?aster Henry CaldweU Laurey. The children
?amedxame up and received the medals.
After a brier and spirited address from the
pastor, Rev. C. P. Northrop, the school was dis*
During the exercises the children sang three
hymns with great taste and vigor. They kept
wed together and produced an excellent effect
apon the crowd or relatives and fri' nus who bad
gathered to hear them.
The four silver medals, of new and elegant de?
sign, came from the establishment of W. G. Wan?
len ? Co.
TRINITY AND CUMBERLAND
\tx Interesting Celebration-The Annu?
The annual celebration of Trinity and Cum?
berland Sunday-school took place yesterday mom|
lng, at Trinity Church, Hasel street, and was of a
highly iuterestlng character. The singing was
ccuducted by the children, under the direction of
Mr. R. M. Edmunds, (accompanied on the melo
deon by Miss Mary K. Mood,) ?'ho has devoted
much time and has taken a lively interest in the
culture of the pupils. Several appropriate pieces
of music were chosen for the occasion, and were
executed by the children with great correctness
under the guidance of the above named gentle?
The annual report Of the Sunday school was
then read by the superintendent, Samuel H. Nel?
The school was open Arty-one Sabbaths, the
average attendance ol otticers and teachers being
31, and ur scholars 143; toa! average attendance
174; being aa increase-or 19 over the preceding
year. The largest attendance any Saboaih was
2(1, and me least 49. There have been 20 leacheis
and 143 scholars admitted, ami 20 teachers aud
95 scholars have withdrawn; being au morease of
48 members. The scholars who have withdrawn
have doue so un ter.th? following clrcuinsLtuct-a:
Removed. 27; joined other Suudav stbuois, 30; re?
signed, 5; dropped tor tur. e monms' absence
without KOO'i excu-e, 31; and by deaib, 2.
T?e reoord or the weather shown thirty-nine
clear, tweive cloudy and one rulny sabbat >.
Thc roll now consists of-ofllcera and teachers,
males 20; females 25; total 46. Scholar -males,
114; emaies 143; total 257. Wiiole number of tlie
Theie are 25 classes in the school, Including a
very luieresMng Iniant class ut 80 scholars, aud
one adult ibie class. Four achulara have .uited
with the church.
Tue statistic* or th s school pruve lt lobe in a
much mo e prosperous condition mau a' any (or
mer period-oeiug the largest Methodist white
sunday-scnool ever m the city, aud the largest
now ur the south Carolina Conference. The uni?
form lessun system has been adopted uearly one
year, and ls Increasing In favor, Interest and nst>
falness every Sabbath. We feel bound to bless
God for the continued harmony and prosperity of
tbls school, and are more and more impressed
with the importance and magnitude of thc sun
The sermon by the pastor, Rev. J. M. Carlisle,
from Otb, II Exodus, urging upon the attention
or parents the many happy effects or the Sabbath
Behool, was listened to with deep attention, and
cannot fail to be productive of much benefit to
this great auxiliary or the church. The exercises
of the morning service then closed with singing
by the children and a benediction by the pastor.
The exercises in the evening were marked with
much es rn es tn ess among the vast audience which
Ailed the large church. Ali of the young speak?
ers acquitted themselves with much credit, and
too mnch praite cannot be accorded to those un?
der whosetare the arrangements were perfected
for the admirable management of the exercises.
The principal feature of the evening was the rear?
ing of the floral cross, participated In by all the
members of the school, each bringing up an offer?
ing of flowers, wu Ich were taken by the superin?
tendent and woven on the frame of a cross pre?
pared for the occasion, until the whole was one
variegated mass of beautiful flowers. The singing
was finely executed by the school, and a high de?
gree of satisfaction must be felt, by all concerned,
at the complete success of the celebration. The
presentation of rewards to the meritorious pupils
and the benediction closed the exercises.
WHO RECEIVED PRIZES.
At the conclusion or the addresses, the follow?
ing named scholars were awarded prizes for pro?
ficiency of studies and ponctuai attendance: .
Lilly Mouzon, Jessie Ham. Charley D. Nelson,
Robert P. Hyer, James D. Nelson, George Fergu?
son, David Waiker, James Wm. Hyer, Edward B.
Earle, Walter Walker, Mattie L. Mood. Virginia
Ham, Anna Mouzon, Jolla Bevlns, Hue h w. Pem?
berton, Emma P. Hyer. Wilson Milter, Lilla
Bevlns, John Ham, Walter Lambert, Charley E.
Merris, Lingard F. Ham, Walter M. Whitehead,
Amy B. Fash, Lizzie Deal, Kennedy Hyer, Lewis
A Nelson, Lizzie danton. Henry M. K. Shepherd,
Edward Kugley, Ida Ham, Rosa s. E. Nleman,
Augusta Middleton, Maggie Walker, John Fergu?
son, Lizziestoll, francis D. Kendall, Franklin D.
B. Bell, Walter Oneil. Margaret J. Bentham, Lewis
Nleman. James W. Guy, Joseph B. Guy, Augusta
Teppe, Benjamin F. cutt ino, Marglnla Mouzon,
Edgar Skluner, Janie Whitehead.
ST. JOMX*S LUTHERAN CHURCH? j
Interesting Snnday-School Celebration, j
The anniversary exercises of St. John'B Evan?
gelical Lutheran Church took place yesterday af?
ternoon at the church, corner of Clifford and
Archdale streets, with a result highly gratifying
to the teachers and persous Interested In the wel?
fare of the school. The exercises were opened by
a chant, the 'Benedlclte,'' suag'in the most beao
ttrui manner, after which a selected portion of
Scripture was read aloud, the pupils and superin?
tendent alternating each verse. The Rev. J. H.
Honour next gave a prayer, and the anniversary
hymn was sung by the children, followed by the
addresses varied by hymns:
1. "Hope or Heaven," by Master Otto Corby.
2. "Christian Education,'' by J. Bachman Has?
3. "1 WuV' by Master C. J. Tiedeman.
4. "Looking Ever on the Bright Side," by Mas?
ter W. W. Johnson.
The youthful speakers all acquitted themselves
with much credit, the address of Master Tiedeman
being delivered with extraordinary clearness and
power for one of his age. "Christian Education,"
by Mr. Haskell, was a well written paper, and was
listened to with much Interest.
A trlalogue waa next spoken by three very
small boys-Masters Julian Smith, Arthur John?
son and Charles Richardson, on the snbject of
"Earth'and Heaven." The school was then ad?
dressed by james H. Murrell, Esq., on the subject
After a hymn, the report or the superintendent
of the school was read, showing lt to be In a most
flourishing condition, and numbering 266 pupils
and 66 officers and teachers. A number of prizes
having been distributed, the exercises were closed
with a hymn and the benediction. A large num.
ber of the friends and relatives of the pupils were
In attendance, and great Interest was manifested
In the proceedings.
SWEDENBOROIANISIC.-The Rev. E. P. Walton
will deliver the last of his series of lectures upon
the doctrines of Swedenborg a? the Unitarian
Church to night. See advertisement.
IMPROVEMENTS: BBQUK AND PROJECTED_
Among, the lots disposed or a rew weeks ago at
the sale of the lands betongt' g to the Plnckney
estate, were those comprised In the square bound?
ed hy the Mount Pleasant Perry wharf, Union
wharf, tne river and the lots on East Bay. This
unpromising waste of marsh and mud fell Into
the hands of several perBons, who have determin?
ed to lmprdve the property, cpd the work has
already begun. A new building has been erected
on plies, and the pile-driver ls at work laying the
foundation or others. A large number or rafts,
composed of palmetto logs and other timber,
have been floated into the sq ?are at high water,
and with them a substantial bulkhead ls already
begun, to extend fron Union wharf to the old
Fish Market on the Mount Pleasant Ferry wharf.
The bulkhead is now one third done, and will
be finished next week. It is made by lay?
ing the palmetto logs horizontally, In the
shape of square pens, which are to be filled
up with earth. Tne old steamer Caldwell, known
to the reconstructors as the Charleston, which
has been used for the past two years by the own?
er, the well known fisherman Leslie, as a terra?
pin yard, ls now being cut up and removed ba
accordance with notice given by the owner of the
land or. rather, mud on which lt rests. The ob*
Ject of this ls to make room for buildings whloh
are Intended to be put up. It is said also that, as
soon os the bulkhead ls finished, a new pier will
be run oat to thc channel of the river, to occupy
the centre or the open space between Union and
Mount Pleasant Ferry whare The average depth
of water at the former wharf ls about fifteen feet
at low tide, and the projected pier, when com?
pleted, will be one or the most capacious^ and
will offer a safe berth to vessels or the largest
dimensions and deepest drafts. There ls a
good distance ahead, but the energy with which
the work was begun, and the activity with which
lt Is pursued, have already effected grear, changes
in the appearance of the locality, and promise
not to fall short of anything projected.
Hotel Arrivals-April 15 and 16.
J. C. Atwater and wife, New York; C. D.
Melton, Columbia; WiUiam Otteraon, New Tork;
E. F. Llttlefield, Maine; J. L. Harrison, W. L. Eck
man, New York; H. P. Lamm -a, Philadelphia; P.
P. M. Means, Boston; C. G. Barrett. W. L. Barrett,
A C. Bassbalre, Yorkshire, England; James Bige?
low, D. F. Williams, New Tork; F. B. Savage,
Montreal; L. H. Donaldson, H. Donaldson, Brook?
lyn; William E. WalL Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. L.
R. Packard. Connecticut; Lo?ls Jones, New York;
Mrs. C. C. North, Miss North, Miss Julia North,
Miss K.H.Johnston, F. M. Vurtu, Scarborough,
N. Y.; James P. Oonuer, New York; G. Wheeler
and wire, Boston ; Mr. and Mrs. Blair and eon,
Chicago; Dr. Van Tulil, wife and two ch ll Ten,
Rio Janerlo; Dr. A H. Best, savannah ; R. K.
Scott, W. F. Hayne, Columbia; A. Groverman, Jr.,
Baltimore; E"W.trd B. Coe, New Haven; T. J.
Boesse. Frank J. SUsby, Nev York; William S.
Floyd, Baltimore; D. M. Devre, New York; Robert
Douglass, Augusta; J. Scorlllo, New York; N. F.
- MILLS HOUSE.
J. L. Ne ag I e. Columbia; Thoa. Taylor, Ne w York;
T. C. Grannis, H. Barnard, Jr.,-Utica; Frauk M.
Stone, United States; Ur. T. F. Joyce and wife, A
Feri-an and niece, Mrs. Colton, Mrs. Goody er. New
York;Jas. Windsor, Wambah! Buskin, Florida;
Jno. W. Lane, Maine; H. H. Thomas, Rhode Is?
land; Chas. H. Gardner ond wire. Louisville; Rev.
Dr. Pratt and wife, W. MarsnaU Norfolk; Wm.
Ludlow, United States engineer; H. B. Barnard,
R. Conned, New York; f. B, K ober. Macon; R. A.
Blhom. Mallison; Wm.S. Floyd, Bdtt nor'; F. W.
Nichols, Connecticut; Jas. P. Sawyer, Nasi ville;
O. L Foxwctl, New York; J. Uorha'a, Savauuah;
J. M. Selkirk, Columbia; J .o. A. Long, Prussia.
Chas. Speight, Colonel J. M --tewan, Portland;
Mrs. a A. Nash. Miss Edlin Bart, south Carolina;
G. W. Dingle. Clarendon; S. Mirco, Darlington;
J. M. Humbert, John's Island; M. C. Autwell,
j * Cums AND STARS_Ben. Wnliams, irr?sted
1 ror striking Edward Brandt in the eyewltrf'bls
?"st and bunging lt up, between T and 8 o'clock,
on Friday night, at the South Carolina Railroad'
depot, was sentenced to pay a Que of $5, or go to
the House of Correction for ten days.
J. H. White, a colored carriage driver, arrested
for reckless driving, and raining his team up
Bing street, was fined %t.
Two handsome silk dresses, the one a Mazarin'
blue, and the other a pea green, have been re?
covered from thieves, and are at the Guardhouse.
A cow round going at large in the City Hall
Park, at 4 o'clcok Friday afternoon, was lodged
la the station-house yard, and released to the
owner on a deposit of $2, which was held to be
Of three drunk and disorderly persons arrested,
two were discharged, and the other sentenced to
pay a fine of $5, which he did.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES_The attention of
those of our farmers who. raise produce for the
Northern market ls invited to the card or Messra.
J. J. Freney A Co., of New York, to whom con?
signments maj be made with advantage.
A CARD.-Merchants and ship-owners will
please take notice .of the following advantages.
gained by employ lng a competent and experienc?
ed stevedore in loading vessels consigned to them:
The bark A. B. Wyman, which loaded at this
port, on her first voyage carried a cargo of 2780
bales upland cottoa; on her second voyage she
was stored by Charles Michael and carried a cargo
of 2900 bales upland cotton, 151 bags sea Island
cotton, which ls equivalent to 470 bales In excess
of her first cargo.
The. ship Canova, whloh loaded at .this port in
November last, carried a cargo of 73,000 pounds
In excess of the cargo carried from New Orleans
on the voyage preceding the one from this port.
She was stored by Charles Michael.
The bark Florence Chipman, which has. Jnst
cleared from this port, carried a cargo of 209,175
pounds In excess of the cargo carried by her on her
last voyage from this port, and also much larger
than any cargo ever carried by the same vessel.
She was stowed by Charles Michael. .
THE AMMONIACAL ANIMAL MATTER in "Mapes'
Nltrogenized Superphosphate or Lime," consists
of the flesh (containing ten per cent, of ammonia)
and the blood (containing fifteen per cent, of am?
monia) of beeves, horses, tish, and other animals,
after the expression of the oil and fat by steam.
Kinsman A- Howell are agents for the State, m
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
.s now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
nusiness man should have hts card printed on.
1 To CLOSE ont our stocky of Tenpins, Tool
Chests and Building Blocks, we have reduced* the
prices to very low figures.
No. 101 KING ST., AND HABEL ST. BAZAAR.
ATTENTIOS, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views
of Charleston and vicinity, at No. 161 King street,
or at the Hasel street Bazaar. novli
A NEW LOT ot mercantile Note Paper, Ave
quires for 50c, at the Hasel street Bazaar and No.
lei King street._ octio-mtn
BILL HEADS printed on tine paper at $3, H
$6, $6 50 %ni $8 60 per thousand, according to
size, at THE NB wa Job Office.
CROQUET ! CROQUET ! ! CROQUET ! 11-Im?
mense reduction m price I Thc largest Field
Croquet at fa.
H AS BL STRUT BAZAAR AND NO. 161 KINO ST.
THE ATTENTION OP WAT CH-BUTE aa is called
to our large stock of Waltham Watches. These
Watches nave been long known throughout the
United states as the best and cheapest in the
market. All Watches guaranteed.
W. CARRINGTON A Co.,
m arie No. 266 King street
AT COST ! AT COST ?-Large size Chromos.
H AS KL STREBT BAZAAR.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS CHEAPER THAN EVER!
in Velvet and Leather bindings, 76 cents; old
price 90 cents. In Velvet and Leather bindings,
36 cents; old price $1. Ia Velvet and Leather
bindings, $1; old price $125?. In Velvet and Lea?
tuer bindings, $120; old price $i 60.
HASEL sr. BAZAAR, ASD NO. 161 KINO ST.
tailoring, i'urnisljmg <?oobs, &t.
g P BING OPENING..
MENKE & MULLES,
NO. 325 KING STREET,
-tiave Just opened an entire New' Stock of
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, AC,
for Spring and summer.
Our Clothing ls a very large and fine selected
stock for Men, Youths and Boys, from $6 to $60
per suit. The largest portion ls of Imported
goods and manufactured by ourselves; we can,
therefore, recommend them as regard flt, wear
OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
ls supplied with the finest selection of FOREIGN
AND DOMESTIC CLOTHS, DOESKINS, DIAGO?
NALS, TRICOTS,-MELTON'S, COEVIuTS, CASSI
MERES, Ac, and a very large stock of the most
fashionable Pant and Vest Patterns, which we
will make up to order by measure in the latest
styles. The foreman In this department of our
business has no equal in the artistic world for outr
ting and producing an elegant flt.
This department ls supplied with the celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Foreign and Domestic Under?
shirts and Drawers, Silk and Thread Gloves, Linen
and Paper Collars, Neckties, Bo ws.Scarrs, Pocket
Handkerchiefs, SockB, Umbrellas, Ac.
Oar stook.has been seleoted with great care,
and pri?es marked very low in plain figures.
Buyers in our Une will And lt to their advantage
to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
fflacrjinrrn, (Eastings, Ut.
PHONIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOB ? CO.,
(Successors to Cameron & Co.,)
ENGINEERS, BOILER-MAKERS, &C, &C.
Corner East Bay and Pritchard streets, near the
CHARLESTON, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Marine, Stationary and Portable.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OP EVERY
Shafting, Pulleys and Clearing
Iron Fronts for Buildings
Castlugs of every kind tu Iron or Brass
Forgings or every description.
mw Guarantee to furnish Engines and Boilers
of as good quality and power, and at aa low rates
aa eau be had ia New York, Baltimore or Phil?
JUDSON'S CELEBRATED GOVERNOR AND STOP
VALVES, walch are put on all Engines made at
mw Repairs promptly attended to.
CANES ANO UMBRELLAS.
TRI NKS & TRAVELLING BIGS
OF THE ABOVE GOODS IN THE"
AND AT PBICBS TO SUFL
J. H. LAWTON & CO.,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDINft.
Soots, Shoes, &c.
Receiving this day per Steamships Georgia,
from New Tors, Fall River, from Philadelphia,
ossoried Invoices of FINE BOOTS AND SHOES;
In addition to the choice selection always In
Stock 1 keep those GABLE SCREW WIRE WATER
Sold oheap at EDWARD DALT'S,
marW No. 121 Meeting street.
JLTOTICE! NOTI CE!
By Fall River Steamship from Philadelphia this
day I am receiving a fresn supply 01 those Gent's
Hand-Sewed Magic Fitting FRENCH O ALF.
BOOTS. With much time and labor, I have the
same for Boys and Gents.
mar22_No. 121 Meerim- street.
rjlO THE EDITOR OP THE NEWS.
. Please Inform the numerous readers of your
paper that the AMERICAN GAITER, Patented, or
tbe Shoe ol the Future, ls a success. To supply
the demands of the Trade, another involoe to-day
by Fall River, from Philadelptila.
Sold by EDWARD DALY,
mar22 No. lil Meeting street.
GABLE SCREW WIRE,
AS A FASTENING FOR HEAVY
SOOTS AND SHOES,
Has proved superior to either Thread or Pegs.
For all the lighter grades of work lt ls equally ap?
plicable, aad the moBt delicate ladles' slipper or
the finest pump-soled boot ls more pliable, more
durable, and preserves Its shape better, If fastened
CIBLE SCREW WIRE.
These Popular Gooda are sold by Deal,
era everywhere. aprlu-lmo.
51]iris ano ?nniist}ing i^oaue
SCARFS AND TIES.
THE MARQUIS OF LORNE
THE RUGBY CRAVAT BOW.
COLLARS AND. CUFFS.
LO! THERE DISRAELI
CLUB HOUSEI CLUB HOUSE
AND j .
A Fresh Stock of Fine Fur?
nishing Goods of all kinds, at
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM!
MEETING STREET. OPPOSITE MARKET.
JJ B. CARPENTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NO. 72 BROAD 'STU BET,
Charleston, S. C.,
Will Practice in the State and Federal Courts.
By WM. MoKAT."'^ '~
TTTTLL BE SOLD ONTB3S DAY AT 1?
v f o'clock, at No. I? Meeting; street
2 Large Mahogany Extension DINING TABLES.
Marble-Top Centre" Tablea, Hair-seat Chairs.
Lounges, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Mattresses, Ac
Immediately after the above; NOTIONS, Cloth?
ing, and Millinery Goods, without reserve.
A lot of Ballders' HARDWARE, Augers, Chisels,
Rasps, Bolts, Ac _ apri7
J^ction Sales-"Sxttntc Paps. .
~Bj J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
ON WENDESDAY MORNING, 19TH IN
"".':Ti^NT. wm be sold as she now Bes in
Marsh's Dry Dock,
Toe coppered and copper-fastened American
W:tr- J*?*8' 173 wns register, together
with sails rigging, tackle, apparel, furniture,
anchors, chains, beats, AC aprtf
By B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
HANDSOME BRICK MANSION AT
On TUESDAY, 18th instant, at ll o'clock, witt
be sold at the east end or Broad street.
That elegant BRICK MANSION, on Bay street.
Ward No. 7, known: at the TENNENT HOUSE,
oelogoext south or the-Tucker House, recently
bought by H. Bischoff, Esq. The Lot running
from Bay to Drake street, measures - feet by loo
Terms-Third cash; balance In one, two and
three years, secured by mortgage of the property
with interest semi-annually.' Buildings to be in?
sured and policy assigned. Parchaier to pay us
for papers and stamps. apr!2-wfmtu4
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSUBE.
SALE UNDER FORECIA)SlTRE OP
- On TUESDAY, 9th day of May. at ll o'clock A.
M.. wm be sold near the' Old Post?me*, Broad
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BRICK STORE
thereon, situate, lying and being on the east side
of East Bay street (a few doora north of the Post
office,) in the i ity of Charleston, lu the State
aforesaid, measuring and containing la front,
twenty-nine (39) feet six (6) inches, and In depth,
one hundred abd nineteen (119) feet, more or leas;
butting and bounding to the north on landa now
or late of E. H. Locke, to the Bout h on lands of the
estate of Condy, to the east on lands late or Rhett
A Robson, and to the west on East Bay street
Terms casu. Purchaser to pay for papen and
By Vf. T. LEITCH & B. S. BBBR
SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
on King.street-John A. Michel, Trastee, et
ah vs. John O. Shaohte, Administrator of Estate
of John Schachte, deceased, et at,
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed
from Che Hon. R. F. Graham, Circuit Jndge for
the First, Cl rc ol t.of che Court of Common Pleas for
the County of Charleston, dated April 3d, 1871,1
will sell at public auction, on THURSDAY, the 27th
day of April, 1871, at ll o'clock A. M., at the
Courthouse, corner of Meeting and Broad streets,
The- following valuable PROPERTY, belonging
to the Estate of thu LATS JOHN SCHACHTS:
1. AU that LOT OP LAND, with the Brick and
other Buildings thereon, situate on the east side
of and known by the Nos. 892 and 894 King street,,
between George street and Burns'lane, lu the City
or Charleston, measuring In iront on King street
forty-five (46) feet eight (8) lnohes, ou the north.
line two hundred and sixty-eight (268) feet eleven
(ll) Inches, ou the east line seventy-foar (74) feet
six (6) lnchei, on the south une, weatwardly, one
hundred amt twenty-Dine (128) feet seven (7) inch?
es, thence on au east Une northwardly twenty
seven (27) feet four (4) Inches, thence on the south
Une to King street one hundred and thirty-nine
(189) feet one (1) Inch, be the said measurements .
more or less. Baiting to the north on Lands now
or late of estate of Blohme, James Beaty, and es
tal e of Mrs. Mary Cullin ton; to toe east on Landa
now or late of George w. williams; to the south
on Lands now or late of said G. W. wunama aud
of D. Loeb.
2. All that LOT OF LAND, with the four and a
hair storied Brick Building thereon, situate at the
northwest corner of Klug and Yanderhorst
streets, the lower portion cir said Building occu?
pied for many years by Dr. G. W. Aimer as a Drug
Store, and the upper portion, having a separate
entrance on Vanuerhorst street, containing on
the second story a large bau, and twenty rooms,
more or less, in i he upper si orles, the Lot measur?
ing oe Yanderhorst street one hundred and thir?
ty-three (133) feet two (2) lnohes, on Klug street
fifty (60) feet, on the north Une westwardly one
hundred-and nineteen (110) feet one fl) men.
thence southwi stwardly seven (7) reet eight (8)
Inches, then on the west Une southwardly to Yan?
derhorst street forty-two (42) feet three (8) inches,
be the said measurements more or less. On the
Lot there is a'so a two story Brlok Building, for?
merly used as a kitchen, now aaa residence,
opening on Yanderhorst street. Butting to the
south on Yanderhorst street, to the east' oa King
street, to the north on Lots Nos. 8 and 4 below
described, and to the west en Lot No. 6 described
3. All that LOT OF LAND, with the small two
storied Brick Building thereon, used aa a barber
shop, on the west side or King street, next north
or Yanderhorst street, measuring on Klug street
twelve (12) feet, on the north Une fifty-five (861
reet, on the west line eleven (ll) feet two (2) ?
Inches, and on the south Une sixty (So) feet, be
the said measurements mare or leas.. Butting to
the east on King street, to the south on Lot No. 2,
above described, aud to the north on the Lot No.
4, below described.
4. AU that LOT OF LAND, with the Brick Build?
ing thereon, known as the Upper Wards Tavern,
situate on west side of King street, third north of
Yanderhorst street, measuring on King street
thirty-eight (88) feet on the south Une fifty-nye
(56) feet, thence on an east line south wardly-eWan
(ll) feet two (2) Inches, thence on a sooth Une
westwardly fifty-eight (68) feet two (2) luches,
thence on a west line northwardly twelve (121 feet
two (2) inches, thence on a south Une westwardly
fourteen (14) feet six (6) lnohes. thence on a west
Une to the northern boundary thirty-eight (88) feet
one (1) Inch, and on the north Une one hundred
and twenty-four (124) feet one (l) loeb, be
the said measurements more or less. Butting
to the east on Klug street, to the south en
Lots 2 and 8 above described, to the west on Lot
No. 6, described below, and to the north on Lauds
now or late of the Charleston Gaslight Company.'
6. All that LOT OF LAND with the Wooden
Residence and outbuildings tnereon, situate on
the nort h side of Yanderhoist street next west of
Sing street, measuring on Yanderhorst street
thirty-one ?31)' feet one (l) Inch, on the west line
northwardly one hundred and two (2) feet one (1)
Inch, on the north Une thirty nine (39) reet eleven
(ll) inches, on the east -Une southwardly to a
point thirty-eight (38) feet one (1) Inch, thence
running eastwardiy fonrte n (14) feet six (St
Inches, thence southwardly twelve (12) feet two (2)
Inches, thence south wes-wardry seven (7) feet
eight (8) Inches, thence southwardly to Yander?
horst street, rorcy-two (42) feet three (3) (nones, be
the said measurements more or less. Butting to
the north on Lands now or lateof <he Oharlsstoa
Gaslight Company, east on the Lots Nos. 2 and 4
above described, south on Yanderhorst street,
and west on Land of Hon. 0. H. Slmonton.
A dat of the above Lots may be seen at the
Reft roe's office, No. ?4 Broad street, and wilt be
extu .i'* I at the sale.
Tern - ' ne-th tri cash; the residue on a credit
ofonea. nl .wo years, with Interest from the day
of sale, ac tbe rate of seven per cent per annum,
payable semi annually, secured by bond or bonds
of the purchasers and mortgage of the premises;
the premises co be losare < and policy assigned.
Purchasers to pay me for all necessary stamps
and papers. V.J.TOBIAS,
T S Y D N El BK ITH,"
G0MMI88I0N MER OEANT+
NOKTH ATLANTIC WHABF,
aprio-mwflmo_Charleston, a 0.
PBODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 78 BARCLAY AND NO. 222 GREENWICH STREETS,
Reaelvera of Green aud Dried FRUITS, True* and
all kinds of Farm and Garden Produce.
Our location aud faculties for selling Fruits and
Vegetables are unsurpassed lu New York.
Circulars and Marking Plates sent free to Ship?
pers. All correspondents and questions cheer?
RE FEB ENOS.-C. BL LUleuthal, Tobacconist,
New York._ ?prl*
JJEEVES, BROWN & VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS^
Hf ALL KINDS OP
DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
In their season.
Nos. 162 and 103 CENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET?
NEW YORK. .
REFERENCES. -S. A. Lambert, with Adolph
Klan z. Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
Su 20? East Bay. Charleston, s C. aprl3-3moa
JOSEPH W. HARRJSSON'S,
ARTISTS SUPPLY, PAINT AND OIL STORE,
NO. 62 QOBKN STRKBT, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Patent Tmef Detecting (alarm) MONEY DBA WEB?.