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Jilee Un ga TU is Day.
karolina Chapter, at ball-past 7 P. H.
Sans Sonet Charade Club, at 6 P. M.
Phoenix ' lrsCoMrpany. at SP. H. ! ?
Charleston Riflemen Club, at 8P. H.
Promptitude Fire Company, at 6 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Lowndes ? Grimball will seil at - o'clock,
A. H. Abrahams A Son will sell at io o'clock, at
their Btore, di y goods, 6birts, Ac.
Macqueen A Riecke will sell at 9 o'clock, at
their stores, shoulders, hams, ac.
Henry Cobla A Co. will Bell a: 9 o'clock, at their
store, hurter, bacon, Ac.
P. B. Lal an e A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at
their store, Irish potatoes.
Lanrey A Alexander will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their store, mackerel, salmon, Ac
John ?. Milnor A Co. will sell at hair-past io
o'clock, at their store, dry goods, boots and
Tiedeman. Calder A Co. will sell at three
quarters-past 9 o'clock, at their store, hams,
THE STATE CTRCTTTT COURT.-The Court of |
Common Pleas was opened yesterday morning
by the clerk, who. at the instance of bis Honer
Judge Graham, adjonrned the court for one week
until Monday next. The sad tidings of the death
of Judge Graham's little son has been received
everywhere with deep regret.
UP THE ASHLEY.-The steamer Eliza Han?
cox, Captain Burns, leaves her wharf this morn?
ing, at io o'clock, on another of those delightful
excursions np the river. There ls no recreation
mom enjoyable, at this season of the year, than a
sa., on tue AjyUey, ??3A iWamoogS-- O' wari |
of Magnolia crrdWraytb?flall.Vir tb* weat?cris'
pleasant, a large crowd will doubtless avail them?
selves of the opportnnlty.
INSPECTION OF TH?- Pira .DETAKTMENT.
Ohler Nathan vives notice that the annual inspec?
tion of the Fire Department of thi < city will take
place on Thursday, 27th instant. Companies will
assemble In Broad street, right resting on Meet?
ing, south side. The lice will be formed at 3
o'clock, Whee the department will te inspected
by the Mayor and Aldermen.
. The white companies talk ofhavinAa caradeln ?
TUE RICE CROP.-A rice circular, displaying
much labor and research, lias bean Issued by
Messrs. Coh?n, Hahckel A Co., rice factors, ef this
city. The product of the Carolinas and Georgias
Xor the past three years they state as follows:
Crop or present year.tierces.. 63,720
?Crop of 1870.64.0M
Crop Of 1869.62,819
The stock on hand and lu the city mills at
Savannah and Charleston April 16,1871.12,306
Probable stock on plantations. 1,702
THROWING BRICKS.-About dusk Sunday
evening a small colored boy, Ell Jackson by name,
while amusing himself throwing brickbats pro
mlscnously about East Bay Btreet, was ordered by
x jxjB?ftnaan to dostet, la reply to tftjtJBt tola the
policeman to go to "a place more spacious than
COOl," and mind his own business. This advice
.was received with just Indignation by the mover
among the stars, and In a short time the lmpu
Ant urchin was in quod. He was sentenced by
the-Mayor to pay a fine of $5, or go to the-House
-elf Correction for Ave days, and, not being able to | ?
purchase hts liberty at the price of $1 a day, Eli
went to the House.
His EXCELLENCY GOVERNOR SCOTT.-Quite a
number of prominent citizens cabed on the Exec
orive yesterday, and interchanged views with
him on the situation. During the day a confer- J
once took place, at which were present the Gov?
ernor, Messrs. Gourdin, Trenholm, Colonel La- j
thers and Colonel T. Y. Simons. The discussion
was long and exhaustive-the finances or the
State, the sterling fund bili, the May convention,
and the subject or taxation passing In review. It
was argued among other things that the con vt n
Mon would be productive of good provided lt did.
not partake of a political or partisan character,
and the hope was expressed that such would be
Sie case, and- that the body would contine itself
strictly to the purposes for which it ls convened
A SUNDAY SPREE.-Richard Robinson, Eliza
Moor and Georgiana Trusty, a party on pleasure
bent, entered a restaurant la Trodd street, near 11
Bedon's alley, between 3 and < o'clock Sund.y af- '1
ternoon, where a good supply of liquor soon
brought them Into a disorderly and Intoxicated
condition. Fea lng a dist urbane?, the keeper
tried to stop them and get them to leave the
house, when one ot the colored nymphs seized an
axe and made for him. He suddenly discovered
that the police were wanted, and left ia a harry
to look them np. Retaining with this aid, the
three revellers were arrested and locked np bi the
Ouaiffceiisiy Afta??aearmg tfext morning before
t?e Mayor they were sentenced each to pay a fine
of $10, or go to the House of Correction for twen?
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER.-Sebastian I 1
Zanogueara waa brought bet?re the commissioner, 111
charged with selling liquor without paying the
revenue Uoenae required. A quantity of Jamale a
ram had been round at the prisoner's establish?
ment, which hts employer, Isaac Johnson, had
been m the habit or selling. There was no proof 8
of any complicity on the prisoner's part in the 11
seihet, and he was forthwith discharged. The
liquor had been obtained from a vessel In the
harbor, by importation from Jamaica.
Charles Jones, another or Congress Middleton's
militia company, was also examined on the
charge of voting when nnder age. at the Bloffton
poll, Beaufort County, during the election last
fall There was no proof-of the prisoner being
nnder age at the time, and his appearance verify?
ing the assertion of a witness that "He leetle bat
ole," he was discharged.
SECOND- LBCTITBE ar PROFESSOR DATTS.
Those who had the pleasure of hearing Professor
Davis's last lecture, will be glad to learn that be
will deliver a second this evening at the Lyceum
HaU, over Hulmes's bookstore, at the corner of
King and Went worth streets. From the subject
selected for treatment, we-think that this lecture
will prove even more entertaining than the last.
Professor Davis will state the opinion which his
large knowledge or the various races or men has
led bim to upon that most interesting problem or
Anthropology, the diversity or unity of races. As
Connected with this subject, he proposes to speak
er tbe harmony and connection of languages^
Jithtch really furnish tue must reliable evidenc es
upon the ronner question. The descriptive por-'
tlon or the lecture will consist of an account or
the table-laud or Thibet, and of the Ulm na ya
"Mountains. Proressor Holmes will illustrate parts
?of the lecture, relating to Northern Africa, by in?
teresting views, produced by his powerful blnop
tric lantern. We bespeak for Professor Davis a
CROMBS.-WW construction of the telegraph
Une from Colombia to n ree av lile k progressing
favorably nnder the superintendence or Mr. Lee,
thc contractor.. lie la now nearly completed to
Saluda Old Town, above Helena. .
Comptroller-General fJeagle 'started for New
York, on business connected, wirb tte Blue Ridge
Captain Thompson, of the cavalry, reports all
quiet at Onion, at which post he commands..
Diana Floyd and Francis Floyd were committed
to JaU yesterday by Trial Justice Magrath, ror
trial at the next term or eourt, ror stealing four
ducks rrora, and assaulting, Caroline Wright.
The mother of the infant left at a hons? In Han?
over street, and taken possession of by the police,
has been arrested, and ls held for examination.
The child oas been sent to the hosp itaL
WUliam M.Jor and Cather-ne Major were ar?
raigned berore Trial Justloe Magrath, yesterday,
for an assault with an axe on Aast m Barton. The
evidence couflrmed the charge, and both were
committed tn default bf ball ror trial at the next
term or the Court or General Sessions.
* * riBE CATHOLIC FAIR.
Hall-The Tablea and the Crowd.
The Catholic Fair In aid of the Sisters
Mere; was opeoed last eyenlagj?t the Hlbernif
Hall. iThe preparations? which tad- been in pr
gi ess for several days, were all completed :
season, and in the afternoon a few finlshli
touches were added, which sufficed to maUe t!
spacious hall a wonderfalevidence of what ca
be accomplished by decora: lons V h [ch are a;
.plied with skilful hands and correct tastes.
APPKAK A.VCS OP THE HAU.
Towards 8 o'clock the visitors began to pour ii
and in a short time the space surrounded by ti
tables was Siled with a light-hearted, happy a
8emblage of yoong and old, well In keeping wit
the beautiful embellishments by which they wei
Joining the circling throng, the visitor is soo
brought to the upper end of the hall, and pausln
tn front of the raffle-stand, the handsome ap
pearance of the hall and tables at once attrac
his attention. On the right and lett of the hal
table arter table arrests hts gaze. The gorgeoo
coloring of the articles displayed for sale make
the scene enchantingly bright. Then, too, th
handsome background of decorations rises grace
folly almost to the. celling, in the rear of eac
table. The ground work of the decorations ls c
cedar and moss, and upon this are disposed pr?
lesion of flowers of every hue, size and shape
Extending from the entrance on both sides or th
wall up to the stage, gar! Ads or evergreen
covered with flowers, hang la restoons, and a
each supporting point are varied by lovel;
wreaths. The chandeliers, all la a blaze or light
support pendant moss-covered baskets of roses
which, as they vibrate with every breath over thi
heads of the crowds passing beneath, addi
greatly to the effect.
TABLK KO. 1.
.^cartae iett of tba >rfle. stand tKe visitor ii
$jayr!|t"to a halffbjy the tempting display mad)
by Table No. 1, kept by Mrs. M. W. St. Amand
This is a refreshment table, and, like s good ac
tor. sustains its "role" to perfection. In the cen
tre rises, a beautiful pyra mid of costly exotics
(growing apparently In numer?os flower pots,]
Which excite the wonder and admiration or all
who would Inhale their -fragrance, but tarn ont
to be artidcial. Their mechanism la a wonder ol
skill and taste. One end or the table ls decorated
with a form of moss covered with roses and jes?
samines rising tov a considerable height, and the
other ls gorge*!? with a glass case exhibiting a
variety or handsome articles or infantile apparel
The vases of flowers interspersed among the sub
stantlal edibles give an air or sentiment to the
unromantic Indulgence of an appetite for eating.
Cakes, creams, jellies and solid reserves are all to
be had, and whatever ls called for ts at once pro?
duced from the reoess behind as though by en?
chantment. Bat pass on from this table, for to
take liberty with the prophetic words of Caesar's
Ghost, "We meet again at-supper." *
TABLK NO. 3.
Next tn order comes one of the Taney tables-No.
3-kept by Mrs. Bernard O'Neill, representing the
Cathedral. This table is decorated with a moss
and cedar dressing, relieved by white roses. Sur?
mounting the beautiful display or fancy articles ls
a fine chromo, representing the Holy Mo t her and
the Infant Saviour visited by the shepherd, and on
either side are placed large photographs or
Fathers Quigley and Croghan. Among the varied
iispiay s are al magnificent frosted salver, with
pitcher and goblets to match, and two handsome
pieces of silverware, consisting of a set or castors
ind ?fruit stand. In their neighborhood are two
lets nf china-a dinner and .tea Bet-the latter
rllfr- and w?ute, and pretty enough to maka a
lousekeepi*. sad. The-juveniles have also been
(veil cared for,"and tho numero os articles of feml
ilne?handlwork for their. ea-peciai beautification
md comfort surpass' the. powers of a male de
(criber. A fancy embroidered skirt of white me?
ine, worked with silk in varions patterns, seem
)d tba heigh th of fashion and taste for enrelop
ng something bi a nurse's arms; and a little
reliow olaak of the Dei by ent would rejoice the
leart of a j avenue promenader on King street
me ladies will here find an opera cloak, which,
vith Nilsson tn prospect, they would do well to
mamine. It ls made or merino, with a hood or
irimson silk, and the whole highly embroidered
rith pink flowers. It ls the handiwork or Miss
TABLE NO. 8
a superintended by Mrs. Dougherty and Mrs. -
?aggett, and represents the Sisters or Mercy. It
ti decorated with cedar and moss, relieved by
"lute lilies. At the top of the table ls a handsome
ill portrait (life-size) or Father Burke, formerly a
i-riestm this city, and a worthy contemporary or
he honored Bishop England. Among the fancy
in ides the most striking ls a blonde doll-brlde,
..only Waverley, dressed In the latest style, and
'ho, with her trousseau ready packed in her
ruuk, awaits the coming of her waxen brtde
;room. Near her la a magnificent robe fe
hambre, made and sent to thc fair by Mrs. Dodd,
r Norfolk. Va It Is made or white merino, and
i elaborately embroidered with white floss. Sev?
rai cushions or plethoric appearance and rich
o'orlng are distributed around, and several fruit
akes with ornamental fringes of icing, form a
olid basis to the attractive display. Two hand
ome tea seta of French chtna are also conspicu?
as, with a Une lot of-sllverware, jelly glasses, 4c.
'o the practical, three handsome bronze gas
ilcces afford their charms, and one or them, a
Irop light, has numerous admirers.
TABLK NO. 7.
Before arriving at the body or this table, the
lsltor ls stopped by a formidable out-post, lu the
hape or a baby-start not, honest bachelors
ouse. This wonderful edifice ls reached by as
ending a lofty set of steps to the spaolons piazza,
?.here a Bet or folding-doors lead into the nnmerons
ooms. It is fitted up la fine s y le, and with its
irge glass windows, of the latest style, and
lanaard roof, would well become a min ature
lattery. Reaching the table, which ls kept by
liss Kane, and ls dressed with moss and
edar decorations, covered with lilies, the visitor
s struck by a resplendent tea service or silver
.nd a tea Bet of French china, ornamented with
oses, which ls lovely In the extreme. The pao -
ographs or Fathers Northrop and Quigley and or
llshop P?rsico are exhibited here, although the
able does not represent any particular church.
,'o the smokers, a gorgeous dresslug gown and
asselled smoking cap lay open their charms, and
, tobacco stand, In the shape or Jacob's Wi ll,
.fiords rood ror renee lon and his pipe. Near the
entre or the table ls a barp made ol wax, by a
ilster or Mercy in Wilmington, with a wreath or
;reen leaves around lu The design ls pretty, and .
s carried ont with much skill and taste. A pair
ir vases are also noticeable here, and the rr ult
akes are handsome. Several or them are or the
argest size, and are Iced and figured in the most
TAB LB NO. 9
s the Bishop's table, and ls kept by Mrs. Huchet.
jt ls -adorned wita a be ay: if ul paa.ttl painting,
ro?e by the nans of the Ursuline Convent afCo
umbla, and representing Mary Magdalene kiss
ng the blood stained feet of the Saviour nailed
o i rae croes. On either aide or thta ls a photo
rraph of the (Ecumenical Cou eil-the features of
itshop Lynch can be distinctly ecognlzed among
-he nnmerons assemblage. Photographs or the
Bishop and Father Claudian Northrop are also to
>e seen, and an album containing a pho ograph of
?very bishop In the Kornau Catholic Church of
america. Fanoy articles, such as cigar stands,
mats, albums, needle cases, testifying by their
intricate handiwork to the lore and esteem In
which the g od Bishop is held, contrive to make
aa attractive and brillan t display at this table In
the corner, at the rign ?f the eu trance to the hall.
TABLE NO. 10.
Crossing to the opposite side or the hall, the
name or "St. Joseph," worked lu letters rormed
with roses, ou a 'arge sign, t..ror ms the visitor that
Table No. lo represents St. Joseph's. It ls kept
by Mrs. Byrne and Mrs. Moran, and is dec rated
with acedar and mo-s dressing, covered with
tillea A palming re o ress n ting the reception or
Franklin at the Court or France, occupies a con?
spicuous place, and overlooks a handsome display
or silver, china, clothing, Ac, A massive silver
set or six pieces, a pyramid d clock, two hand?
some vases, are well worth looklug at. A com?
plete china tea set, of green and gold, is one of
the handsomest at the fair, and a neat little tea
set ?r ?-reatn ch'oslas to atiesa, tob?^ropetl
appreciated, A set or flue shirt? oner every li
due erne nt to the practical bachelor, and a gel
nine meerschaum pipe, of a fancy and ingenlot
shape, ls sore to attract his attention. A gree
table cover, worked with gold, and a neat patel
work quilt, are also displayed in company with
neat lava smoking set, a batter dish of silvei
ware, and several enticing cakes. Near by, o
the floor, ls a hnge lady's truak, espaci?os enoug
to hold several children. It will be raffled darin;
supposed tobe ia Wales, but m reality next ti
table So. io at the fair, was made just before th?
wai: by a man in Charleston jail, who was unde
sentence of death, and was reprieved througl
the Influence of the Sisters, in the days when i
reprieve meant scmethlng. Its massive walls
turrets and keep are made of pasteboard aw
cigar boxes, and from Its flagstaff waves a whit
silk flag, lt rests upon rocks of woo i, and ha
been ornamented by pleasure grounds and lake
since it came into the hands or the Sisters. Thi
grounds are covered with mea and animals o
every description, who are distributed tn thi
most natural manner. The flsh-poods in front ol
the piazza boasts of several Anny inhabitants, anc
ls traversed by several aquatic birds and two ven
turesome youths In a canoe. The whole ground.
are a galaxy of sylvan beauties, and attract thi
lingering notice of many visitors.
TAB LB NO. 8.
This table ls adjacent to the castle, an i is kepi
by Mrs. Hall and Miss Cannlngkam, representinf
the Sisters ol Mercy. There ls an exceeding!]
handsome display or goeds apon it, most or whlct
are valuable. It ls dressed with;cedars and lilies
A noticeable feature ls a line chromo of the mos'
celebrated of the Confederate heroes-Stonewal
Jackson-kneeling In prayer beneath a spreading
tree. Among the articles of feminine handiwork
are an opera cloak of pink merino, lined wltl
white stlk, and elegantly embroidered with white
floss, valued at $200, and to be raffled at $l pei
ohijice;-a gorgeous .rug, worked on canvas wilt
the richest of coloring; a piano corer of black
cloth, elegantly embroidered in colored flowers; a
luxurious gentleman's dressing gown ; a Bet ol
gentlemen's shirts, and several suits of infant'e
and boys' clothes. Two beautiful dolls-a bride
and her maid-add life to the scene as they smile
ap m a maga laceas, display of silverware beneath
them. An oil painting of the "Lost Cause" is
also to be seen. It is to be ramed to night, and
every chance bas been taken already. The por?
trait of Father Northrop ? also adorns this
-aile, and numerous other articles almost
;ou important to bs passed over, and too
beautiful to be described la a short space, cou
lone to make lt one of the handsomest displays to
ie seen at the fair.
TABLE NO. 6
represents the CathedraL and ls kept by Mrs. M.
?. O'Connor. The whole table ls one grand raffle,
?vbIch ofrew a thousand prizes to the fortunate
lrr.wers. The table Is covered with lovely anieles
)f feminine handiwork, and is a monument of
:he taste and Industry with which the ladles have
ilted their needles. Two chromos of Pope Plus
,X are seen m the display, and between them ls a
ivhtte cross, ornamented with leaves, the whole
nade of wax. .Its chaste beacsy ac once strikes
;be visitor. In addition to the usual dressing of
sedar, most, and flowers, this table is ornamented
rtth baskets of flowers and moss which hang over
he centre, and greatly improve Its appearance.
Conspicuous among the articles exhibited are a
ace handkerchief; a handsome merino cloak,
vorked and embroidered'In a tasteful m inner; a
loll baby, beautifully dressed in white muslin,
:overed with pink Illusion; and an infant's troua
ieau of cambric and thread lace.
TABLE NO. 4
s kept by Mrs. J. E. Hogan, and represents St.
Patrick's. It ls decorated with moss, cedar and
rhice roses. On- the left is an engraving repre
tenting "Christ rejected," and on the right an
ictier showing the laadlag of Columbas. In the
:enire, but above both, ts another wei known en
-raving of the "Sale or the Pet Lamb." Con
ipl.cuou8, also, ls a large Bible, handsomely bound,
ind a beautiful cross of white wax, made by Mrs.
Ic Lean. A neat sloop yacht attracts the small
ie?ple,wich ah sail spread, and a romantic guitar,
ttuag and taned, iles Lo sfleeee OB the table
,w aiting the couch of the master. A handsome
'rench china dinner set, and several neatly work
d articles of children's apparel, likewise lend
TAB LB. Nd. Z- ? V?
This ii the second refreshment table, kept by
irs. Buchhelt and Mrs. Schnell, and stands oppo?
nent brother. It ls tastily ornamented with
?dar and mess, and white and red roses. A pro
nslonor boaquetB distributed among the dishes
tdd their fr <grauce to the manifold odors of the
xray. The combinaci?n of dishes ls or the most
K>werrul kind, and few passed this spot without
topping to fork over. The good things were all
irepared by a master of the art, and.from the
ubstantlal ham to the ethereal Ice cream, every
bing was perfect, in its kind. No. 2, as well as
lo. 1, did a gjod business, and was popular until
he hour of clos lng.
THE SODA STAND
ornes next, with lu Illuminated fluids and eu
Icing array of cakes. We need only say that lt is
:epc by Mr. Lltschgl, or Broad street and E st
lay, and the reader will at once recognise that it
i superfluous to say anything more. The stand
ras a bower of roses and evergreens, and was
THE BAFFLE STAND.
Once more the visitor has arrived at his start
ig point, and, mounting the raffle stand, looks
own upon the busy scene below. The crowd has
town considerably since his setting oat on the
our of the tables, and the raffle stand has been at
rork. The numerous bearers of chance lists
ave been well-treated, and the bell announces
lie raffle of a Une fruit cake. The throng move
p slowly to the stand, and soon a sea of up tara
d races watches the manipulations of the mana?
or. The prize ts drawn by some person who
oes noe know lt, and the crowd, laughing at
heir Ul luck, slowly resume their march around
he hall, uutll the bell once more summons them
o the stand. The following are the raffling oom
alttee: D. A. J.. EuHlvan, E. L. O'Neill, H. J.
('Neill, J. M Baker, C. O. Trombo, T. A. Beamish.
The following articles were raffled at the Oatho
1c Fair last evening: China cup aud saucer, Mrs.
t. Morillo; photograph album, Henry Schachte; a
et of gentleman's shirt studs, Miss Annie Doyle;
; gold ring, Chas. Ransom; a photograph album,
Irs. Fox; embroidered fl mnel shirt, Thomas Col
igon; embroidered cushion, H. 0. Laurey; au ink
tand, Joseph Thompson; iced cake, ii sa Fannie
?etty; handsome watch case, Mrs. Gannon; one
liueapple, Johu Moloney; cup and saucer, C.
Jellie marble shrine, P. White; statuecte, Miss
inale.Fatau; silver dolley ring, John Knobeloch;'
nfaut's socks, Mrs. H. Ullver; set of china, B.
lugan; Cable set, W. C. Feh rea bac h.
Once more we urge every g?nerons heart In
marleston co lose no cime in patronizing liberally
he Sisters' Fair .
CL?BS AND STARS."-Robert Artopee,' an' o?d
>ird, arrested on the charge of vagrancy, is held
Samuel. Washington, arrestad foe vagrancy,,
while prowling around Elliott street" near'l
3'CIOCK on Sunday morning, was dlsc?arged after
Irwin Eiloaghby, a small colored boy, about
sight years of age, who had runaway from his
pai eues, was delivered lato tbs custody of his
Daphne Alexander, one or the hard cases, who
had just finished a term in jail, a few days ago,
was picked up while lying in a frightfully dlsao
late state, yesterday morning, at the corner of
Church ami Elliott streets, and waa sent co the
House of - orrecUon Tor thirty days. She raised
such a rumpus when about to start for the latter
place thar I; was found necessary to place her In
the dark'hoie uar II the spirits wore off, wheu she
was safely aud quietly transported.
Au individual wau Had dr mt enough whiskey
for two, and was quietly sleentng lt off on the
sidewalk, at the corner of King and Broad streecs,
waa arrested aad discharged by cue Major on the
plea of i he first offence.
Three horses, found taking a stroll down King
street, were lodged in the Statloa-house yard and
released upon the application or the owner.
MASONIC-The .?nustrloRS Brother Albert
Pike, Sovereign Grand Commander of the .Su?
preme Council of the Southern Jurisdiction of the
United State-, trill visit this city on the 28th in
staoffor the purpose of organizing a chapter of
the "Bose Croix" of the ancient and accepted
rite. He will-also deliver an address on the his?
tory and philosophy of the higher degrees in Ha.
sonry, at such.time as ma? be designated by t ce
'committee or arrangements appointed by Delta
Lodge of Perrection.
UNITED STATES COORT.-In the Circuit Court
yesterday, (Hons. Hugh L. Bond and George s.'
Bryan presiding,) the following Jurors were sum?
moned by the marshal from the 'by stand era to
serve In place of Jury No. 1. discharged: Samuel
Y. Tupper, P. H. Slloox, John S. Ryan, James W.
Cleapor, Alva Gage, Thos. Bonnell, Bernard Boll
mann) A B. Taft, John P. O'Neill, c. H. Bass,
Xtexander Macbith, J. H. Humphreys, Wm. if. I
Sage. John T. Humphreys, Jas. Armstrong, Jr.
Harvey Terry vs. Wm. Godrey, receiver, et al.
The complainant in thia case was ordered to put
lo, before the 1st of Kay, security for the costa,
the amount of such security to be taxed by the
clerk, and In default of this security that the bill '
C. A. Lamar, administrator, vs. JOB. H. Bald?
win. The original answer flied In this case not
being sworn to, the defendant was allowed to
amend by Hiing another, the counterpart or the
rjffSt, but properly verified by the oath or the de?
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC Gossrp.-Christlne
Nilsson has engaged a cottage at Newport for the
Another German actress. Hedwige Baabe, is to
On the coatract for one hundred- concerts In
America, Nilsson cleared $120,000 and Max Stra
A bill has been slftned by the Governor nf New
York probXM' lng trapeze performances hereafter,
without a netting being spread be ow.
The Chapman Sisters were in Rome, Ga^ on the
12th. It ls understood that these "violets of the
stage" will visit Charleston on their return to Bal?
The Ravel Pantomime Troupe win be In Louis?
ville next week-. Thia party will take in Savan?
nah, Charleston and Richmond on the return trip
The Rtchlogs-Bernard English Opera Company,
consisting of seventy-flve performers, with fall
chorus and orchestra, are now lu Louisville. It
ls now stated, that this combination will not visit
Charleston this Benson. The announcement wll1
cause much disappointment In musical circles, as
a season of English opera had been anticipated
with no little anxiety.
Hotel Arrivals- April IT.
M. A. Butts, Georgia; D. B. Stearns, New
York; C. H. PetrlofUl, South Carolina; Justin Mc
Carrhy and wlfe^?ndoa, Eng.; w. W. Walker,
South Carolina; A. J, Coo, Boston;. A. Livingston,
Florida: jW. Mc Alister a?fj bon, Nett York) Geo. W.
Gardiner"and wife, W. L. OaUer, wire and child,
Ohio; F.'S.'S&lWbury. wife, child and ourse. Chas.
S. HttM, Sew York; IL J. Hoghes, New Orleans;
w. s, T/agl?; onto"; Wm. H. Giidoniie/e, south
CaroUn^tCotbneJ.? JR, Brooks, South Carolina,
Mrs. A. t. T??onis,' W. E. Dennis, lic^ Dennis,
New Jertiry; Showell, J. W. HnckleyrSouth Car?
olina; H. W Orah?iy Steamship Georgia; Miss
Anzle Wann, Mrs. w. F. Hay ne, Colombia.
Timothy Baldwin, Oswego; B. L. Ferguson,
New York; Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin, daughter and
nurse, Chicago; S. D. Boss, Philadelphia.
Mrs. A. Morgan, Thos. Morgan, P. McQuald,
Georgetown; D. ?7 Townsend, New York; H.
Tlencken, South Carolina.
THE DOLLAR STORE.-To-day every article
wUl be sold for af ty cents, la order to dispose or
the entire stock. Plenty of clerks will be on hand.
This ls the last chance, and what a nish there will
be. The store will open punctually at s o'clock
Store Fixtures and Show Cases are for sale.
FAMILIES supplied with fresh Bread, every
morning, at Kinsman's Saloon. aprlS-2
MAPE'SNITBOOENIZED SUPERPHOSPHATE has
eighteen years or practical success. KINSMAN A
HOWELL are agents for the State. tu
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
nosiness card? printed thereon, ar $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
.msiness maa should have his card printed on
To CLOSE out our stock of Teuplns, Tool
Chests and Building Blocks, we have reduced the
prices to very low figures. '
No. Mt KIMO ST., AND HASBL ST. BAZAAR. '
ATTENTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views
or Charleston and vicinity, at No.'lttl King street,
or at the Hasel street Bazaar. novi:
A NEW LOT ol mercantile Nota Paper, five
quires for 60c.. at the Hasel street Bocear and No.
lfll King street._^ octio-mtu
BILL HEADS printed on floe paper at $3, $4
$6, $fi 50 and $8 60 per thousand, according to
size, at TAB NEWS Job o mee.
CROQUET ! CROQUET ! ! . CROQUET J ! i-Im?
mense reduction in price I The largest Field
Croquet at $4.
HASEL STREET BAZAAR AND NO. IO L KINO ST.
THE ATTENTION OP WATCH-BUYERS ls called
to our large stock ef Waltha a Watches. These
Watches have bean long known throughout the
United states a< toe best and cheapest In the
market. All Watches guaranteed.
i W. CAKRrrstoroer 4 Co.,
marla v . No. 260 King street.
. ! . t '
AT.COST ! AT COST 1-Large size Chromos.
-. ; **? " HABBX .STREBT BAJA AK.
PaorouiUP?ALBUMS CHEAPER TRAN EVER !
In Velvet and Leather bindings, 76 cents; old
price 90 cinta. - Ia Velvet .and Leather bindings,
S3 centsj old price $1. rn-.lalvet aud Leather
bindings, $t; old price $l 25. In Velvet and Lea?
ther bindings, $120; Old price $1 60.
HASBL sr. BAZA AK. AND NO. isl KINO ST.
QJr>3 ?coos, 5?c.
JOHN 8. BROWN,
B ELFAST, I RELAND.
TRADE ] Shamrock i MARK.
[ Leaf. j
Manufacturer ot only
FIRST-CLASS TABLE DAMASK,
Superior to any imported imported into the Uni?
ted Mates. These goods are outed fur their
beauty or deslgu, eleganoe of fabric, aud dura
olliry of wear.
No. ?IS CHURCH STREBT, New York.
J A P . C <T A T S '~
* SPOOL COTTON.
Wo have In stock ami will always keep an as?
sortment of COATS* TH KR A l> for sale at New
Y orte trade prices. JOHN G. .tflLNOR A 00..
fehll-atntiiomos_No. iga Meeting stree, t
1845 PCREL? MUTUAL. 1845
NEW YCTRK LIFE
18 4 S.Orgsniit ct.1 8 4 9
General Agent, No. 64 Broad street.
IpS" READ CAREFULLY.
FEVER AND AOL'E.
The only preventive known for Chills and Fever
ls the ase of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Dyspepsia; I
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
79. lg, a preventive or Chills and Fever. ? "
--.WOLFE'S SCHJJS?AM SCHNAPPS , '.
Is good for all Ell ney and Bia ri der Oom plain ts
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is used all over the World by Physicians in their
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Cont.
WOLF?'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for all Urinary complaints.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is recommended by all the Medical Faculty. |
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Colic and pain in the stomach.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is imitated and counterfeited, and purchasers wal?
ha ve to nae caution in purchasing.
I beg leave to csu the attention of the reader to
testimonials tn favor or t h.iScunapps:
1 feel bound to say ttut.I regard your SCHNAPPS
os being m every respect pre-eminently pure, and
deserving of medical patronage. At ali events it
lathe flares* possible article or Soiland gin, here
tofore unobtainable, and as siren majbe safely
prescribed by physicians. : ; ,' . . .. ' .
DAVID L. MOTT, M. i>.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
Loris VILLE, Ky., September l.
I feel that we have now an article or gin suit?
able for such cases as that remedy is adapted to.
Da. J. W. BRIGHT.
-Schnapps- is a remedy in chronic catarrhal
I take great pleasure in bearing highly credit?
able testimony to its efflcacy as a remedial agent
in the diseases for which you recommend lt.
Having a natural tendency to the mucous sur?
faces, with a slight degree or stimulation, I re.
gard it as one ot the most important remedies In
chronic catarrhal affections, particularly those bf
the genlto-urinary apparatus. With mach re?
spect, your obedient servant, ,
CHAS. A. LEAS, M. D., New York.
NO. 28 FOI 3 rREET, X. Y..NOV. 21, 1S87.
UDOLPHO WOLFE, KSQ., Present: DEAS SIB-I
have made a chemical examination of a sample
of your "Schiedam Schnapps," with the Intent of
determining If any foreign or injurious substance
had been added to the simple distilled spirits.
The ex a tn in at ion har resulted in the conclusion
that the sample contained no poisonous- or harm?
ful admixture*. I have been unable to discover
aay trace of the deleterious sebstano?s 'which
are sometimes employed in the' adulteration or
liquors. I would not hesitate to nee myself, nor
to recommend to others,'for" medicinal purposes,*!
the "Schiedam Sshnapps" as an excellent and
unobjectionable variety or gin. Very respectfully
yours, (Signed) CHAS. A. SEELY, Chemist.
CHEMICAL AND TECHNICAL LABORATORT, )
18 EXCHANGE PLACE, N. T., Nov. 25, 1887. J
UDOLPHO WOLFE, Esq. : DEAR SIB-The under?
signed have carefully and thoroughly analysed a
sample ot your -'Aromatic Schiedam Schappa,"
selected by ourselves, aud have round the same
free from all organic or inorganic substances,
more or less Injurious to health. From the reen lt
or our examination we consider the article one of
superior quality, healthful as a beverage, abd
effectual in its medicinal qualities.
(Signed) ALEX TRIPPEL, Chemist.
FRANCIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and Dru
UDOLPHO WOLFE'S EST..
m arv: 1-3 ra os No. 22 B EA VC ft STREET, n.
?3?-JOHN C. BAKER ? CO.'S GEN?
INE MEDICINAL COD LIVER OIL.-ESTABLISH?
ED 1830.-Acknowledged by eminent physicians
to be the best in the world. Sold by Druggists
generally. J NO. C. BAKER A CO., Philadelphia.
A tall supply on hand by
Da. H. BAER,
febe-m wf?mos No. 131 Meeting street.
^BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SDPERB HAIR DYE ls the best in the world-per?
fectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A. BATCHELORS HAIR
DYE produces IMMEDIATELY a splendid Black
or Natural Brown. Does not stain the skin, mit
leaves the hair clean, sort and beautiful. The
only Safe and Perfect Dye. Sold by all Drag
gists. Factory No. 16 Bond street, New York.
j^OGAHTIE^ B?CEf~ \^E?OSnOa\?.
FAMILY AND POdKET BIBLES.
"We have recently made large additions to oar
stuck ol BIBLES. The prices are greatly reduced,
we are now offering an unusual large vanety or
English and American Family Bibles, Pocket
Bibles and the Episcopal Prayer Book at extreme?
ly low prices.
NEW CATALOGUE, No. 8.
CHAMBERS' ENCYCLOPEDIA.-This valuable
work has now reached the completion ol its third
volume. Subscribers to the semi monthly parta
can be furnished with their numbers np to No. 24.
Now subscribers can be snpp.led with the three
volumes, bound la subs anttal Library binding, at
asia per volume, and continue to receive the
numbers or bound volumes, as they prerer.
Alllbone's Dictionary or Antnora, a critical Dic?
tionary or English Literature and Bridan and
American authors, living and deceased, from the
earliest accounts to the- Litter half of the Nine?
teenth Century, by S. Austin AUioone, now'com?
plete tn 8 vols-, Library sheep $85 50.
Roba di Roma, by wm. W. Story, sixth edition,
with additions, $4; The Pilgrims and-the Shrine,
or Passages from the ure and Correspondence or
Herbert Ainslie, B.A., $175; Oin x's Baby (a Satire.)
lils birth and other misfortunes, fi 25; A Book or
Memories or Great Men and women or the Age,
from personal acquaintance, by S. C. Hall, F. L.
A.,'AC. profusely Illustrated with portraits,lac
similes and other highly finished engravings,
$10 50; John Esten Cooke's Life or General Robert
E. Lee, illustrations, portraits and maps, $6;
Huxley's Lay Sermons, addresses and reviews,
SI 75; The Recovery ot Jerusalem, by Captains
wilson and Warren, with au Introductory by
Dean Stanley, $8 50; Professor Darwin's New
Book: The Descent of Man, and Selection In re
tallou to Sex, by Charles Darwin with Illustra?
tions, vol. 2, Just received, $2; Third Volume of '
Max Muller's Chips, frap a German workshop,
containing essays on lmrature, biography ao
antiquities, $2 50; The History of Gre- ce, by Pro?
fessor Dr. Ernest Curtius, translated by A. W.
Ward. M. A., vol. 1, $2 60; A Handbook or Legen?
dary and Mythological Art, by clara Erskine Cle?
ment, with descriptive illustrations, $3 50; Life
and Nature under the Tropics, Sketches of Travels
among thc Audes and of the Orinoco, Rio Negro,
and amazons, by H. M. and-P. V. N. Myers, $2;
Thc Ame-lean Sportsman, containing hims tu
Sportsmen, notes on shouting, and the habits of
tue Game Hirds and Wild Fowl or America, by
Lew*, with Illustrations, ?2 75: A New Bonk, by
the author of "Ecce Homo," Roman Imperialism
and ut lier Lectures and ESSAVS, by .1. R. See.ey, M.
A.. $1 50; Lady's Historical.Library : Memoir* or
the Queens or Fram e, by Mrs. Forbes Bush; His
tone al and Secret Memoirs af the Empresa Jose?
phine, by M'Ue Le Normand; Memoirs or Aime
Hoity u, bv Miss Benger; The Court ur Marie An
toluene, by ?idm. Campan and Lamartine; Mary
Swen of Scuts, with Anecdotes of the Court ot
enry ll, by Miss Benger. $150 each; '1 he Won?
ders of Engraving by Ueorges DunleaaU, 84 wood
engravings. $150; Gutenberg, and the Art or Print?
ing, by Emily C. Pearson, wltu ??menme Illustra?
tions, $2; Minnesota, as a Home for Invalids, by
Brewer Mattocks, M. D., $125.
MW SUPPLIES OF THE FOLLOWING VALUA?
BLE AND POPULAR BOO (CS :
YESTERDAY, TO-DAY AND FOREVER, by
Bickerstlta, $2; Changed Cross, $1 SO; *hadow on
the Rock, $1 50-, Stepping Heavenward, by Miss
Prentiss, $1 75; Broadus on the Preparation and
Delivery or Sermons, $1?; Hanna's Life or Christ,
complete In 3 vols, $4 50: M icduiTM Memories or
Patmos. $2: The Victory of the Vanquished, by
the author or Schon berg Cotta Family, $1 76; Lin?
don's Bampton Lectures: The Divinity or our
Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, $2 5u; shiloh, or
Without and Wi: "in, ?2: By the Sea, $1 75.
&g- PersonB residing In the country wm please
bear In mind that by sending their orders to us
for any booka published In America, they will be
charged only the price of the book. We pay for
the postage or express.
POGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
Nb. 2fl0 King street, (In the Bend,) Charleston, S. C.
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
They ^ ~ purely vegetable, saxe and sure. Th?
best in use. For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
NO. 131 Meetus btreet,
oct Wiio-esa.?: agent
?go?Ts, SHOES'"!^ . Tsxwt?U
Receiving, thia dav per Steamships Georjria,
from New York, Fail River, from Phl^fclpWa!
assorted Invoices or FINE. BOOTS AND SHOES.
In addition to the choice selection always in
Stock I keep those CABLE SCREW WIRE WATER
Sold Cheep at EDWARD DALY'S,
mam No. 121 Meeting street.
?J^O.T IC Er NO T?O E! ~
By Fall River Steamship from Philadelphia this
day I am receiving a fresh supply or those Gent's
Hand-Sewed Magic Fitting FRENCH CALF
BOOTS. With much time and labor, I have the
same for Boys and Gents.
EDWARD DALY, .
mar22 - No. 121 Meeting street.
rpo THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Please inform the numerous readers of your
paper that the AMERICAN GATTER, Patented, or
the Shoe of the Future, ls a s access. To s apply
the demands of the Trade, another invoice to-day
by Fall River, from Philadelphia. .
Sold by EDWARD DALY,
marts No. m Meena* street.
CABLE SCREW WIRE,
AS A FASTENING FOR HEAVY.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Has proved superior to either Thread or Pegs.
For all the fighter grades of work lt ls equally ap?
plicable, add the moat delicate ladles' slipper or
the finest pump-soled boot is mece pliable, more'
durable, and preserves ita shape better, if fastened
CABLE SCREW WIRE.
TIMM Popular Good. ar. .ola hy De al
etoirimj and ??SSjSi ?$5SJ
O- L O V B S.
CANES AND UMBRELLAS.'
OF THE ABOVE GOODS IN THE '
AND AT PRICES TO SUIT.
J. H. LAWTON ft GO.,
ACADEMY" OF MUSIC BUILDING.
51] nie and * arms rung ?froo??.
SCARFS AND TIES.
THE MARQUIS OF LORNE
THE RUGBY CRAVAT BOW.
COLLARS AND CUFFS.
LO I THERE DISRAELI
CLUB HOUSE CLUB HOUSE
A Fresh Stock of Fine Fur?
nishing Goods of all kinds, nt
STAR SHI.RT EMPORIUM!
MEETING STREET. OPPOSITE MARKET.
JJ B. CARPENTEB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 72 BROAD STEEKT,
Charleston, 8. C.,
Will Practice in the State and Federal courts,
By HENBrcatti it CO.
THIS DAT, at 9 O'clock, In iront of oar
store, we will sell, .
.60 packages GOSHEN BUTT?12. ,...
2600 poa rids Smoked st o older s .
600 poe[:ds Breamst Bacon
lOW pounds Sugar-cared Hams
25 tubs Leaf Lard.
Candles,Soap,Sogar,Ac ,,. ..
Conditions caaa. . gjrjg
MACQUEEN * Bttc?BB - ; .L
TX7TLLSELL BEFOfiB THE IB STORES,
i * n.r?T-^- 81 SP* 23 VeQdoe Bas ge, at jv o'clock
A* M? THIS DA i", . . t ^ . - .
6.000- lbs. BACON SHOD '.DEBS *
3,000 lbs. uncanvaased Hams
MJ5 lbs. Choice Canvassed Hams
??w lbs. smoked strip Bacon
2,600 lbs. D. S. Sh'bidets .
? 1,200 lbs. Long clear D. s. SIOTJ&OB
. Bat Beef ard Pork
25 boxes Factory cheese
T*rma ^ Bulter' HerrmP'? ?AS, *c..?*?.;
Terms cash._- . ,? . ?pris
. Bj LAUBEY SC ALEXANDER, ~~
MACKEREL,.,. SALMON, (&DFISH;
Potatoes and Bacon.
THIS DAT. the 18 th In Brant, will be sola" in
front of our Store, at io o'ciack,
10 barrels Nos. 2 and 3 MACKEREL
60 kits Pickled Salmon
6 boxes Smoked Salmon
12 boxes Oodft>h
30 barrelli Potatoes
100 boxes Scaled Herrings
1000 pleees Strips, Sides, Shoulders, Barns and
25 barrels and kegs Pork Trim minga .
20 barrels Syrap.
Conditions cash. ._?_apr 18
By I iE HEM AN", CALDER ft CO
TT AMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES, &C
XX THIS DAT, at three-Quarte rs past 9 o'clock.
wirf be sold tiefore our store,
10 tl< rees HAMS
10 tierces Shoulders
5 hi d s. Clear Sides
lo flt kins Goshen Butter
U tabs Prime Botter
2000 pounds Strips - ? >
160 boxes Herrings. .
Conditions cash._ aprlg.
By PAUL B. LAL ANE ft GO.
WILL BE SOLD THIS DAT, AT 9
o'clock, before otu. store. No. 171 Bast
27 bbis. Prime Jackson White POTATORS, tn
One order. --.?
Conditions cash._ jjtjjfe
By ?. H. ABRAHAMS ft SONS.
THIS DAY, 18TH, AT li-O'CLOCK, WILL
be sold at our Store, No-133 Meeting street.
An assorted Stock or DRV GOODS, Shirts,
Pants, Drawers, Hosiery, Ac r- aprtt.
By JOHN ?. MILNOB * W
T\RT GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Ac.
JLJ THIS DAT, 18th instant, at half-past- IO
o'clock, we will sell atoar store, No. iii Meeting,
atreet. . . . .'. \~
KEN'S BOOTS, Women's Balmorals and Miases1,
Bootees, Shoe Lacets,Misses' Hoop Skirts, Ptg-nced
E ob iner. Black Cassimere (damaged,) White Pique,
Corded and Took Skirting, Fancy Dimity,. Printed
Skirts, Nainsook and Swiss Maali na, Jaconets,
Colored Lawns, Fancy Prints,. Bleached '?nd
Brown Shirting, Bine- Plaids, Denim*, Tioka. Oot
tonades, Jes.as, Maslin and Lawn Handkerchiefs,
Imitation Silk Handkerchiefs, G mg hams, Gloves
and Hosl-ry, Ac,
Conditions cash. - ... aprl8
By LOWNDES ft GEIXBALL,
ME. HUTCHINSON, ADMINIST?A
. TOR OF P. MoG INNESS vs. THOMAS
Under the decree ot the Court in the above case,
cr the 22d instant, I will sell at publio fltotion, lu
this city, THIS DAY, 18th Ap ra, ^^7.
AH that TRACT OF LAND, sitaste on James
Island, In the County of Charlen toa, containing
twenty acres, more or less, batting and boah (Bag
north and weston public road leading to Fort
Johnson, east on lands of tba Stat? o rsouth Car?
olina, sooth and southwest on lands of Dr.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay ror papiers and
i t amps. H. E. YOUNG; B?feme,
Slgrtimr. 5ak?'"'Sntsne Etape
By A. c. McbrlllJYBAY,
TTNDER DECREE Di EQUITY.
U John Drayton and Thomas H. M. Drayton
vs. John Hargrave.
Will be sold on TUESDAY, the Otk day cr May
next, in front of the Old Customhouse, at ll
O'Clock A.M. 'V '
All that LOT OF LAND, with tho Balding?
thereon, situate at the corner of Norman street
and Ashton court, In the City af Ckartsaton,
known by the No. 48, in a plat of R. K. Payne,
Surveyor, dated 19th of April, 1835; measuring
and containing en front and back lines 85 feet, ana
In depth from east to west,lao feet, more or lats.
Butting and bounding east on Norman street,
south by Ashton court,' weet by Lot No. 47, and
north by Lot No. 49, In aoore described plat. .
Terma-One-hair cash; balance payable In one
year, to be scoured by bond ol purchaser and
mortgage of premises: buildings to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for pty
pera and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY, .
apris-tuis2,maje 8. O. G.
W. Y. LEITCH & R.S. BRUNS,
STORE AND DWELLING, NORTHEAST
corner Meeting and Columbus Biretta.
Will be sold at auction, on THURSDAY, 20th
instant, at ll o'clock,-lu front or the old Post
That desirable and well-built STORE AND
DWELLING, situated at the northeast corner or
Meeting and columbus Btreeta, and all necessary
outbuildings. Thia 18 an eligible stand for baal
business, and commands good rents. The Lot
measures 30 by 100 feet.
Terms-Half cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest, secured hy bond and mort?
gage of the prerritses- Insurance and assignment
of policy. Purchaser to pay us for papen amt
By J. A. EN8L0W A CO.
N WENDBSDAY HORNING. 19TH IN?
STANT, win be sold as she now lies in
Marsh's Dry Dock,
The coppered and enpper-fastened American
bris W. H. PARKS, m tons register, together
with satis, rigging, tackle, apparel, furniture,
anchors, chains, boats, Ac_aprl7
By LOUIS. D. DeSAUSSURE.
SALE UNDER FORECLOSURE OF
On TUESDAY, 9th day of May, at ll o'clock A.
M., will be sold near the Old Poa to lil oe, Broad
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BRIOK STORE
thereon, situate, lying and being on the east aide
or East Bay street (a few doors north of the Post?
office.) in the > tty of Charleston. In the State
aforesaid, measuring and containing In front,
twenty-nine (29) reet six (6) inches, and in depth
ohe hundred and nineteen (119) feet, more or less;
batting and bounding ca the north ou lands now
or late or E. H. Locke, to the sontb on landa of tho
estate or Condy, to the east on lands late ot Rhett
A Robson, and to the west on East Bay street
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
By R, M. MARSHALL ft BRO.
HANDSOME BRICK MANSION AT
THURSDAY, 20th Instant, at ll o'clock, will
be so d at the east end or Broad street,
That ?l?gant BRIOK MANSION, on Bay street.
Ward No. 7, known as the TEX *ENT HOUSE,
being next south of the Tacker House,, recently
bought by H. Bischoff, Esq. The Lot running
rrom Bay to Drake street, measures - reet by 100
Terms-Third cash; balance In one, two and
three years, secured by mortgage or the property
with interest- semi-annually. Buildings to be In?
sured an.l policy assigned. Pureba-er to par US
tor papers ami stamps. _apria-wimtathS
Uhttcijcs, 3nocIrn, &t.
.piNE JEWELRY", WATCHES, 4c.
THE LATEST STYLES.
Particular attention ls Invited to the NEW,
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANCY GOODS,
suitable for Presents, jost received and opened.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KINO STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
Ail the newest and most exquisite designs Uk
SETS OP PEARL, GARNET. ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE.
Leontine, Opera, Neck and Vest CHAINS; Seal
Rings, Diamond Rings; Gtnt's pins. Pearl and
Diamond; Plain Gold and Wedding Rings alwajB
on hand or made to order; Sleeve Buttons .and
studs, Bracelets, Brooches and Earrings; Armlets
and Necklaces, in Gold sud Coral; Brooches fox
Bair or Miniatures, Lockets. Charms and Masonic
inns. Glove Banda at
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET,
A few doors above Wentworth street.