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^ Meetings This Day.
Baist Chapter, No. 1, at 10 A. M.
German Friendship Bund, at 8 P. M.
Sumter Rifle Club, at 6 P. M.
Hibernian Society, at S P. M.
Ladies' Mutual Aid Society, at half-past 5 P. M
Hook and Ladder, No. 1, at 3 P. M.
Promptitude Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Committees from White Fire Companies, a
ia:r-past8 P. M.
Survivors' Association, at s P. M.
Carolina Rifle club, at s P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
A. C. McGillivray will sell at ll o'clock, at
the old Posioface, real estate.
Macqueen A- Rlecke will sell at 9 o'clock, at
tlieir Blores, shoulders, strips, Ac.
Henry Cobla A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at their
store, butter, lard, Ac.
Laurey A Alexander will sell at io o'clock, at
-.heir ai ore, hoes, corkscrews, and groceries.
Jeffords A Co. will seil at 9 o'clock, at their
atore, shoulders and ?-ides.
THE GEORGIA:-The Iron sidewheel steam?
ship Ceoigia walsall this afternoon at half-past S
o'clock. Freight should be delivered by 5 o'clock.
BISHOP AND THE CHAPMAN SISTERS.-Our
readers will not forget that on Thursday we are
to have a superb periormance by the above com?
pany. Pocahontas for the burlesque, and "Mar?
ried Life" for the comedy. In the latter. Bishop
ls f aid to be immense. Reserved seats can be had
without extra charge.
FLORAL TROPHIES.-The lovely floral wreath
made by the pupils of the Academy of the Sisters
o: stercy tn Meeting street, which was ballotted
for at the fair, was carried off by the Vigilants by
a :arge majority of votes. The evergreen and
doral decorations in the Hibernian Hall have also
been presented by the committee on decorations
tc- *iie Ladles' Memorial Assoc ation.
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER.-George Ei
?mjton was bronchi before Commissioner Por?
teus yesterday morning and examined on the
caarge of being implicated in the riot at Biggin
Church, during the election last October. The
evidence failed to establish his Identity with
sufficient certainty, and the prisoner was dis?
DROWNED.- The body of a ne^rp man was
rcund yesterday in Beach Inlet, betvoen Sulli?
van's and Long Island where it had apparently
drifted In from the ocean. None In thc neighbor?
hood recognized the deceased, and the body has
not yet been identified. The coroner bas been in?
formed of the facts and an inquest will bc- held
THE OTHER SIDE.-We are informed by par?
ties who have been suspected or unlawful dealing
with George Smith, deceased, lately disinterred
ou Cole's Island, that they were not on the Island
for the purpose ol wrecking, but had been there
for several days previous on other business; and
al30 that there were several persons presen t at
thc burial of the deceased, which was. stated to
have been done *>y one man.
PEOPLES' BANK OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-At an
election hep' yesterday the following gentlemen
wer'eelected dlreoiors fcf the ensulngyear: John
finckel, W. H. H. aston, C. H. West, F. J. Por?
er, W. Y. Leitch, C. L. Burckmyer, J. B. E.
Sloan, E. Laut ie, E. C. Williams, A. M. Jackson,
J. H. Wilson, Wm. Cflerhardt, J. B. Betta At a
subsequent meeting or the board, John Ha nckel,
Esq., was elected president.
APPOINTMENTS BY THE GOVERNOR.-The fol?
lowing appotnements were announced at the Ex?
ecutive Depar-meut Saturday: George F. Kin?
loch, as trial justice a-Mount Pleasant; Samuel
Freeman, as trial justice at Newberry; Nat.
Ralney, as trial justice, vice P. A. Eichelberger,
removed, for Sugeflold; John LeSease, or Barn
weL\ and Harris Covington, of Marlboro', as
THE r \TERs' AND MECHANICS' BANK OF
SOUTH CARI ..INA.-At the regular annual electiou
for thirteen dir- cto<s of this bank, held yesterday
at the Banklug-hnus?*, No. 133 fiast Bay, the fol?
lowing gentlemen were chosen to serve for the
ensuing year: William Ravenel, Joseph D. Aiken,
A. R. Taft, WiPiam Roach, Frederick Richards.
Henry Bischoff. G or,re S. Scott, Samuel Y. Tup?
per, Thoma1- P. Smith, A. H. Hayden, A. S. Brown,
Alexander Calder s P. Ravenel.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT -HON.
O?OP.GE S. BRTAN PRESIDING.-The court was
occupied yesterday morning in organizing the
grand ar.d p- tr juries. Owing to deaths and ex?
cuses, thellat of talesmen being incomplete, the
marshal was ordered io summon tweaty-four ad?
ditional juror- to complete the paneL
j. E. Schroder, assignee or Henry Campscn,
bankrupt, was ordered to pay to D. H. Sllcox o??
ais attorney the sum or $311 ti3 for rent due the
SERIOUS ACCIDENT.-Yesterday afternoon, a
small white boy. named Glenny Wallace, fen from
thc top of the railing In front ortho Hibernian
Hall, while dunning ? ver lt, head-roremost up m
the "Jags on the Inside. He was picked up by a
gentleman, who earned the bleeding sufferer io
lus father's house. Although me Heal aid was
quicklj summoned,''ls bruises were so swollen
that the extent of his Injuries could not be as?
certained with certainty.
Thc saddest part or the story yet remains to bc
told. A colored woman attached to the family
came in to a'Sist in relieving the boy, but upon
seeing him in this d?-perate and apparently life?
less condition, she sink npon the dior, wren
taken up she was found to be quite dead. It ls
said she had been suUeriag from heart diser.sefor
some time past. _
CLUBS AND STARS.-john Moses and R.
Greer, two colored hoys, arrested for Indulging In
a fisticuff Sai urdav afternoon, in Charlotte street,
were sentettcid each to pav a tine of $2.
Sam Middleton, lodged on the charge of stealing
a coat and a pair of pants from Mrs. Nolan, in
Market t-trcet. was tn med over to a trial Justice.
Mary Williams, arrested for cursing and swear?
ing and disiurblug the nelihoorhood at the cor?
ner of Church au?l Elliott streets, >unday evening,
was sent tb the H- usc of Correction for ten days
ender the vagrant iaw.
Robert Smith, colored, arrested on the charge
of stealing groceries from Mr. Wicnholiz, at the
cciuer of fradd street and East Bay, ls hell for
A white man, of bibulous pronensltles, who
jaras picked up Satutduy afternoon while lying
down in a frightful state of Inebriation, was dis?
charged on pleading tin- Brat offence
A MASONIC FUNHIAL CEREMONY. One of
those pleading Incidents though mournrul lu its
associa ion, Witten lllustraie the sympathetic ties
that unite the Masonic hro'herhood throug hout
the world, occurred in Charleston ye.-terriav.
While out of town, ::iu Lu?ligeuce reached R. S.
Brjns. Esq., deputy graud master and deputy
% grand hurl) priest or the United Sta'e*, that
* Erother W. C. More?-, or B atoa, had died at the
Charleston Hotel. Rel urning to the city at once,
Mr. Bruns found here a telegram from the son of
the deceased requ-stlng that the remains should
Immediately bc forwarded home. The craft were,
in consequence, hurriedly convoked for the pur?
pose of paying the lust Masonic honors to a dead
brother, and the muerai took place at the hotel
yesterday afternoon, brother W. B. Yates ottlcuv
Ingas gras.d chaplain. Previous to the reading
of the ritual, the deputy grand high priest deliv?
ered a funeral address lu which he feelingly al?
luded to the sad event which had called them
together around thc remains of a stranger in a
strange la::U, and dwelt upon the Masonic virtues
that must a ways elicit the tribute or affection
and respeot from members of the Masonic order.
Agreeably to lus tractions, the body was then con?
veyed to th ? Express OfflC'-, where, lu the box
Shat entombed th- eofnu, was p acd a Masonic
apron, tostsnlfy to the brethren in Boston that
their dd eased friend received from the Masons of
the Palmetto State the fraternal care upon which
had BO high a claim.
THE GERMAN HOLIDAY.
OPENING HAT OF
Splendid Procession of Germans and
Americans-Over Six Hundred Citizens
Parading wtth Arms Through the
St i ins or ( 'harlfstoi:- Tin Procession
Splendid Uniforms of the Several
Corps-The Triumphal Charlot-The
Eagle-Gay Appearance cf the
Schutzenplatz-Thc Address of Wel?
come-Present at lon of P r i z e s-The
Banquet-T h e Shooting-A m u s e -
ments-Ila nc lng, Sic., Sic.
OPENING OF THE FEST.
At an early hour yesterday, the silence of
the lovely spring morning was broken by repeat
ed discharges from the email brass piece, which
form3 one of the pet appendages to the German
Ride Club, and before the twelve guns were fired,
riflemen and citizens were seen hurrying towards
the Citadel Green. On the way thither, the
various escorting companies were to be seep
falling in at their respective places of rendezvous, I c
and filing oil by twos to the headquarters of the 11
German Rifle Club at Licdstedt's Hall. The green
hunting shirts of the latter were already thickly
inster8pered among the crowds or citizens, and t
the Carolina Ride Club, which also assembled at t
this point, was quickly on the ground, and fell in %
at the southwest corner of King and Calhoun
streets. The other Invited companies soon made
their appearance, and, nuder the prompt and t
energetic marshalshlp of Captain Melchers, of the i
FORMING OF THE PROCESSION
begun. At the head was the small brass cannon, j t
already mentioned, drawn by four stylish gray | t
horses. In care of a small detachment of the Ger?
man Rifle Club. The little piece, which had al j t
ready announced the festival far and wide with r
liz brazen lungs, was tastefully ornamented with I t
wreaths of evergreens, and wabbled merrily along
in its peaceful holiday garb.
Twelve target pointers with their .statis followed,
dress d in red flaunel sh rta and Sotch caps with I
rosettes. The. formed a striking picture, and 't
seeme.l carelessly indiff?rent as to the position I
they wert soon to assume In such dangerous I
proximity to the marks for hundreds of rifles.
- Nest in line was Muller's brass band, In full
nu.: bera,and with Instrumenta brightly burnish?
ed, (lUggcstlvc of the ma-tia a ad inspiring
strains which were soon to reg?late with marked
cadence the march of the gallant corps.
A platoon of the German Ride Club followed
close behind, escortlug the visitors from the
North, who rode in three phaetons, accompanied
by Major F. Melchers, of the Deutsche Zeitung,
and General Wagener, ex-president of the Ger
mau Rifle Club. The visitors are Captain P. Als
good. Herman Grahlps, Lieutenant S. C. Haur
andandK. Karwlese, or the Broolyn; Captain
Gerdts and Lieutenant H. Welbrock, of the New
York Schntzencorp3, and Captain Heu ry Ever- I c
ding, of the Brooklyn Independent Sch?tzen. j r
The Carolina Rifle Club came next In the line of I t
march, and elicited not a little admiration for
their trim and soldier-like appearance. Their
uniform consisted of a gray hunting shirr-, edged
with green, and with green collars, and cuffs aud
shoulder straps, pants black, and black slouch
hat, with the left brim turned up and held by a
greer, rosette. The whole make-up was exceed
Inglyneat and tasteful. The club turned out
.sixty men, and made decidedly a handsome show.
In their centre file, escorted by members or thc
German Rifle Club, was borne the splendid ban?
ner which was presented to them last week. The
officers are as follows: T. G. Barker, president;
0.1. Walker, first vice-president; C. K. Miles, sec?
ond vice prejldent; F. K. Unger, third vice-presi?
dent; J. W. North, fourth vice president; Thomas
Frost, Jr., secretary and treasurer; C. R. Va'.fc,
Next in order came the Charleston Riflemen
Club, parading sixty-five men. It is scarcely ne
cessary to say that their uniform attracted much
attention, seeing that lt was composed of the
ever-memorable gray con, with green collar and
cuffs, dark pants and black slouch hat with a
rreen rosette. The company was armed with
Remington rifles, aud as they marched up to their
place In the procession, their familiar appenrancu
was thc theme of general observation. Their or
Bcersare: A. J. Muns, captain; L. Cavuniugh,
first lieutenant; F. E. ?uruec, sec?n l lieutenant ;
Thomas E. Uo^an, third lieutenant; J. w. Mid
rey, orderly sergeaut; H. D. Bicalse, seer?tary:
H. 0. Due, treasurer.
Next to them came the Washington Rifle Club
in a handsome uniform, similar io that of the
Carolinas, with the addition of a green fringe
across Hie breast. This company presented a
splendid appearance, and turned out sevemy
men. Their oflkersare: Colonel J. F. Hunt, pres?
ident; S G. Horsey, first vice-president; T. G.
Boag, second vice-president; Louis Sherfcrsec.
third vice-president; Peter Fallon, secretary and
The Adger Rifl? Ciub. bur. lately formed, came
next, lu a dazzling uniform of willie flannel shirts
trimmed with green, collars und cuffs, dar* pants,
and the u UHI black slouch hats looped up with a
green rosette. Thc company paraded I'M men
and their striking uniform and orderly deport?
ment attracted geuerat attention. The < Ulcers
are Colonel W. L. TrenhOlm, president; R. C
Barkley, hrst vice-president; T. s. sigwald, seo
omi vice-president; J. W. Reed, lh:rd vlee-presl
dent; F. Plepper. fourth vice president; A. J. Jae
ger, secretary and treasurer.
In the rear of the band drove the four kings of
the preceding years : Messrs. Theodore Melchers,
L. Dunneman, R. QoetjVn and Louis Muller, in a
handsome pha?tou. Their majesties reclined
graceiully upon their honors and the dower-deck*
ed cushions; and wore across Muir breasts the
insignia of their distinction-a broad black red
and gold ribbon; the old German imperial colors,
adopted by thc Frankfort Parliament m 1S43.
All the preceding companies were a mere guard
of bono: to
THE GERMAN RIFLE CLUB,
which, being'he main feature or the procession,
of course was the cynosure of all eyes, and they
certainly formed a splendtd picture In their well
known uniform of a g ecu hunting shirt dark
pants, and black felt ha'.s with green feathers.
In the muzzle of each trusty rifle was a bouquet
or flowers, the "good luck" or some fair one,
which luves ed the occasion with additional ro?
mance. The company formed au Impo-Ing front,
with :2D0 men, under thc following "Ulcers: A.
Melcher, president; F. Puckhaber. vlce-prcsl
dent: ? . Ansel, sc mizeiini- istcr; John 'Jarvis
first officer: L. Uuuneuian,, second officer; F. J. I '
Lillentnal. third officer; U IU-lns, fourth uilicer;
William Semkeu, fifth officer; John H. Peterniau,
treasurer, and C. EL Bergmann, secretary.
THE TRIUMPHAL CU MOOT,
drawn by fo ir handsome bay horses, with heads
all adorned with flags, followed immediately alter
the Sch?tzen. Tac vehicle was bcaatttuUjr deco?
rated, and boru twelve little girls, dressed :u
white, with handsome green sashes and waving
flags of ad colors and combinations, repr; st-m mg
the different. States of Germany. Tue wheels
w? re ornamented with large wreaths, and tu
b dy was covered with a variegated canopy of
cloth and Howers, on willoh the German colors
prevailed. The canopy was supported by 'our
columns of aroor-vtise and roses, and cer ihe
ce tre was a representation or the Imperial
crown of the new Binplre. surmounted by the
nacional fla.:. The lot", ensen?le was striking
The Turnverein came next, in their simple, cool
looking uniforms of brown linen, adorned with
red badges. The socle turned out aboat forty
members, and grew b. aaiifully less iront the
bmad-bouldered athletes at ihe head to where
thc juvenile Turners, o' diminutive size, brought
up he rear. These are taught by. and allowed lo
practice with the members of the society, muli
the^r age or accomplishments entitle them to the
honors of membership. The officers are: Julius
Or?mann, president: E. Stleili, vice-president; F.
Orth, secretary. Tiley carried a Hag with the
Turner motto, -'Frisch, frei, froh." (fresh, free
Last in the proccB? on was the target of honor
and the "eagle," doomed to a certain Immolation
This unfortunate bira ls made of wood, and bears
a crown upon its head, a ring in Its oeak, and a
sall la each talon. Different prizes are att
:o each part, and the fortunate rifleman
mooes away the piece last remaining In po
irill be crowned "King" the coming year.
:argetof honoris painted to representa 1
orest scene, with an antlered back care
;hrough Ita sylvan glades. The heart of tin
nal forms the bull's-eye of the target. Esch I
ier of the Schutzeugesellschart will be allon
tingle shot at this target. They fire at the
o turn, as their names are called, until the
s shot entirely away.
OK THE MARCff.
At a quarter past 6 o'clock the line was ?
notion, and with a crash of music from Ma
land, took up the march down King street,
windows upon this gay avenue were filled
idralrlng spectators, and ever and anon a
mee of flowers from some fair hand fell i
tome handsome riflemen, as he marched b<
sometimes they missed,their mark, and the
lomflted thrower would be greeted with
?miles and bows of some unknown unif
vlille the unconscious object o: her demon
ion marched on just ahead. At one hon
leavy rall of these coveted prizes threatene
iccompllsh more than a discharge of can
ind grape, and almost threw the riflemen
lonfuslon. For a second the line wavered,
he officers were prompt lu their duty, and o
vas quickly restored.
ON BROAD STRKBT
he merchants, lawyers and brokers put up t
illls. laid aside their books, and ceased their
;almn:; to look in admiration upon the hands
how. Wheeling up East Bay, the column'
ued Ks march to Market street, and filed thro
he latter street to Meeting. In this street
irocesslon marched in open order, and the lm
ng spectacle of six hundred Chaiiestonlans
1er arms and marching with measured trea
he music of two brass bands, was for the i
ime in a long number of years presented to
lew. In this manner the column proceeded
ll they reached the South Carolina Railroad
?ot, when a special train of cars bore them awi
o their destination at the Schutzenplatz.
ON* THE PLATZ.
Arriving at the avenue leading to the Sehet:
?latz, the procession formed in Hie same ordc
lefore, anti leaving the cars, soon entered oj
he scene of the festivities of the day. The g
?ore several flags, and was gay ly deco ral
"rom among the profusion of evergreens :
oses, the hospitable inscription could be se
tnnounclng an honest and hearty welcome to
?allant riflemen, as they marched with cb!
lying and bands playing through the port!
ts thc procession entered, a salute of twelve gi
[reeled them, and filing to thc right the ct
?ames formed a hollow square arcuud thc spe
T'S stand, upon which their officers were invi
ty Captain Uelchera The stand was very hui
orne. The parti colored canopy, taken from I
riumphai charlot, shaded lt; and the yoong gi:
.rho had been borne In the wagon^llkew
orated part of the"picture. Thc pillareSsuppc
ug the canopy were ornamented with varie
I erices, and on thc top of lt was the Imper
?Town of ribbons and Howers, lu a consplcuc
?lace on thc stand was a ?ile size statue of Kl
iUlllam, around which were grouped the 6oldl
Ike figures of the officers of the various co
?antes. The linemen having been called to gi
'attention,'" Captain M el chers delivered the fi
ADDRESS OP WELCOME.
Riflemen and Friends-ll becomes my pleasa
luty, as presl eut of the German Schutzencori
o welcome all who this day are here to uni
vlth us in our festivities.
The expression of this hearty welcome requlr
io ( dort on our part, for our heat ta are overdo'
ng with feelings or luve ''.nd rrlend-hlp, and v
mow that lu your hearts chose feelings will find
rue echo, ne, then, heartily welcome to oi
east of harmony and unity.
Rivalry aud Concord are the two great won
Fincham Inscribed os a motto on Die hann
hat we carry to all our shooting festivals, an
iround that banner rally all who come her
'hough not carrying In their arms the trust
ifle. let them carry our motto away with thei
u their hearts, and use lt lu the battle or evci
Rivalry for the mastery ls best compared to
rheel thai, drives the progress o mankind, whl!
oncord resembles the axle to that wheel.
Atl of us wh are here luvued to celeb!ate a shoo
ng festival, know that our great aim in life Iles ff
?e. ind the target, and that If we only atm at iii
arget tve can never ga n the . eal prize set out fe
a In the gram) distribution to come. Yet, n
hould try to make as many lilts as poasibli
ihi-rwisowewonlosbebat mor marksmen; bi
s aimlngat thc tau--! let nu. Hie great Mea fl a
way, like the smoke of Ute powder-ina Me
rhlch m'hes every true niurKsmau the br the
flits brethren. ao< the uarUcloaiur of a festiva
rhlt-h siauds to illustrate a great and guner,
' The truth herself she needs her struggles ;
The victory of the mind, lt must be battled for.
In Hie Hill consciousness or ail thla, 1er us begl
mr festival, and let us prove to the world that th
treat cst truth is always the no st simple, ami tha
ids great I ru ttl ls here expressed tu liiere word>
.Cully ami concord, with rivalry."
But our remuions also dem?nstrate that the ad
oe tie of ti tu h need HOI ta; pedantic stt-rn am
DPlancltojy, but a giver or festivals and a bringe
ir Joys. Truth H mu aevere mid taciturn; ."-he I
:ay and happy, f r she is onl 'lm-d to confer tin
iliihes blessings of felicity on mankind.
These nie the theories which we have learned ti
?ve In tue ir nd old Kaili-ri ind, un i ilioetheo
ies will wo practice in the land o' our adoption
leilghitng ourselves and our fell w cullens. Uno
at-re a hearty welcomer [Ljud cheers.]
At its conclusion,
TS KKK CUliEKS FOR THK 1SV1TKD OITKSTS
vere prop n-ed and given with a wilt by tue Ger
u au-, who ?-ero soon repaid wu li a similar comp
?men!, given wit li quito us heany II good will, b;
he o? her rule comp une". A tdlver goblet wai
lieu presented to the sciiutzeucor <s by tin
.'tiaraston Rifle Club, and Captain Mims, In theil
Captain Melchers-Ihave thc honor, In behalt
if toe Chat lesion Killetneo Ci uh. to present to yoi
ins goblet, io he conteste ? for b? roar club OE
lus occasion. Accept it. sir. and value lt not foi
is Intrinsic merit, out as e.xpr.-ssing the kind
enilment eniertnlned t?v our 4?ib loryours. Ac
ept lt, slr. and with our liest willies ror the fu
uro prosperity of your club [Loud applause.]
Mr. Bergmann, secretary or Hie schutzencorps
pptlcd as follows:
Rtmtltrnieno/lhe. Charleston rafi* club-1 have
he li-nor, In th natue ol th? Unnau Kille Club,
0 return you their than KS for the goblet which
rou have just presented to them, to lie bestowed
ut on-c-f the protea at. Hits lesrtvaL Wh-tevei
nav Le Hie fortunate uiivksinan whose skill snail
secure i un tils prise, ho will, 1 am sure, bea*
proud 'o Lc the po.-sc.-sor of lt as tho token ol
he g' od fecllug which exist between the Charles
ion Rifle Chili aud me G rraau Ride dub. as tu
?vi11 tie to have received lt HS the reward for lilt
naikiuai ship. Auai i ?How me to thank vou in
?henamcor Hie German Ride Cluo. (Applause.;
Cptonoi Tnmhotm, of the Adger Bide Club, also
?>resented a handsome goblet io the sch?tzen
:orps, as one of the prizes to be contested for,
prefacing the presentation wKh a few remarks,
eloquent, 'elidions and cord al.
General Wagi-nei responded for the Germans In
1 very manly and generous speech, which again
brought forth the applause of his hearers. Cap?
tain Melclicra then invited the uniformad guests
io partake of a
und. breaking their order, th? guests proceeded
to the handsome tables in toe rear or tue build
Inns. A collation at once delicate and substan?
tial was here in readme s, and received rmi jus
tire at the hands or th? gu?sis. The national
lager flawed In a l its rich mellowness. As th?
riflemen arose tickets lor the target shoo'lng
were distributed, and, short ly after, a single shot
from Hie howitzer announced that tho
SHOOTING CONTEHT il Al) UKO UN.
Into the shunting gallery poured tua rfl-men
green white ami uray-und som the sharp crack
Of an hundred nflrS t ld lhat the sport had com?
menced in good earnest. Th. re were twi Ive re?
versible targets placed at a distance i f two hun?
dred yardj, mate or wh.tc canvas, with a black
Circle In the centre, enclo-lng the white bull's
eye, about t ree Inch's in diameter. Tites- were
the principal ones for the pnae shooting There
were o hers to suit every one at every distance,
and the doomed eagle one? mon- appeared perch?
ed ap?ii a lofty pole ai the distance or two hun
tired yard* from the shooting boxes. .Much good
shooting was done during -the duy, and one
crack ?hot was observable, when the shooting ?as
over, waik nir quieilv around with some twenty
or more .?? turora-'tickets In his hat band. To
thc right, of the repul ir shoo'bair, si aud ls the
AIH GOS OALLEBT,
where a private citizen, without the charm of
green tum'nings on his coat, can enter, and.
up n payment of a - m u bonus, shoot with the
rest. The g.llery Ls handsomely dressed wlih
flags, and was weU patronized during me day. A
short distance to the right ls the public salle ?
manger, and in an apartment nsar by, enclosed
with several glass windows, are the nnmerons
and valuable prizes, In hopes of obtaining which
so much powder is now being burnt. Pitchers
and cups, forks and spoons, watches and canes,
and satchels, and gold and silver, are all there,
making a magnificent display, and Imparting a
most provoking tremulousness to the trigger-fin?
ger. P.eturning towards the principal building,
the arrangements for the
greet the visitor. Here is erected a large mast,
beautifully smooth, tapering and thickly smeared
with a slick coating of tallow. Near tho top.
swings a tempting lot of toys, and other articles
most attractive to the surrounding throng of
urchins. An ambitious scion *of Afi le's sunny
clime makes the bold attempt, ascends a few feet,
and then gracefully slides back to his starting
point. Another 'cute one, with pants rolled up
to an alarming height and arms bare, tries the
slippery ascent, and getting a little higher, again
slides to the bottom, amid the laughter of the as?
sembled crowd. This process continues until the
grease ls rubbed off, and by dint of a pocketful
of sand to counteract the downward tendency,
some lucky climber touches the wished for goal.
The basket ls let down, the victor chooses the
prize, thc basket ls again drawn up, a little higher
this time, and the fun begins anew.
Another -burst of laughter carries you to the
next crowd, where in an enclosed space ls placed
a broad bowl of molasses with a few five cent
pieces at the bottom. The juvenile Fifteenth
amendments are again brought Into play, and
making a bow to the balcony and crowd, thc
seeker or hidden treasure plunges his face lu the
thick, gummy liquid. After a few dives, be seizes
one or the "nickels" with his teeth, and raising
his shining, mahogany looking face, the winner
dashes for water io prevent suffocation.
Near by is a smooth, greased, revolving pole,
placed horizontally on two supporters. A piece
of money ls placed on one of these; the urchin
ascends and ?tarts from the other. On either
side of the pole is a canvas bin, one filled wit h
wheat flour, and the other with soot. A few steps
sufllce to start the pole revolving, and struggling
lu va:n to retain his balance, the victim-is precip?
itated either Into sooty Scylla or mealy Charybdis.
If he can make the choice, he takes the flour, and
comes out amid a shout of laughter, making a
hideous ghost-like reconstructed appearance.
Another crowd are watching the tilting opera?
tion. A car 13 drawn to the top of an Inollnc
plain, and held in position until thc sable knight
ls ready with his wooden lever. Ha?f way
down hangs a backet filled with water, directly
over his track. He expects to strike thc bucket in
a particular place and lu such a manner that hu
will overturn the bucket Jost behind him. Vain
hope' The bucket overturns when he Is exactly
beneath lt, and the unsuccessful tilter Li drenched
by the chilling cascade.
On a platform close by several colored Juvenile
lovers or the weed are invited to take a smoke,
and each being kindly furnished by one of tho
amusement committee with a fragrant Havana, a
reward or Av?cente Is offered to the one who gets
through his first. Alight ls strnck, and la- a mo?
ment volumes of smoke are ejected as If from en?
gines getting under way. The joke ls good, and
the smokers ar? dolig their best, when suddenly
u tremendous puff, of smoke envelopes the head
a -d face of one or tho puffers, aud his cigar ex?
plodes In the centre. The others fight shy, and
smoke wearily, but in vain; and the same catas?
trophe attend each amid the shouts of the by?
These and various other amusements, and the
day passed off In tue pleasantest manner. In the
bail-room, a fine band kept the dancers well em?
ployed up to the hour of closing.
The'large number of booths on each side of the
main building were well patronized, and ice
cream, soda water, cakes, fruits and cigars were
popular. In all of tnese thc national drink was
dispensed, and lager flowed profusely throughout
the day. The capacious grounds were flited with
a large number or visitors, and the first day or
the Sch?tzenfest was all that the most sanguine
could have anticipated.
THE SURVIVORS' ASSOCIATION.-An extra
meeting of this association will be held this eve?
ning, at 8 o'clock, at the Charleston Library. A
large at'endauce of the members ls requested.
POLYGAMY.-An examination of a man on
the abuve charge, which lins been progressing for
sometime past, before Trial Justice Mackey, was
iluished yesterday. The defeudaut was married
a few years ago, in this city, by thc Rev. Dr.
Glraideau, and after awhile abandoned lils wife,
and taking up with another woman as a single
m m, led her to the hymeneal ulta.*, where a sec?
ond marriage took place, the Rev. Claudian II.
Northrop ofliclatlnir. Nut satls?ed with this per
form >nce, our would-be lingham Young left his
second wile fur a new victim, to whom he was
.??oon after married by the Rev. Mr. Green. His
vacillations between the last two aroused thc
flame of Jealousy, which lcd to the startling de?
velopments above stated. He was balled ou one
charge or bigamy, and the first wife appeared
U|ion thescen-'and charged himwliti the second
bigamy, in default of $5ut) ball, he waa commit?
ted ror trial ut tue next tenn of the Court or Cenc
LECTURE OK GENERAL PIKE.-At 8 o'clock
last eve ii lui; me hall or tiiu Preuiulschaft.ibuud
was crowded with a large ?nd fashionable audi?
ence, ladles ann gentlemen, members of thu craft,
The evening's programme opened with the
singngofa Masunlo ode by a quartette and
; Lu.-o-, orte accompaniment. Dr. J. so ai ci s
Buist then lu a lew appropriate remarks intro?
duced to the audb-uece General Albei t Pike, the
Mivcrcigu Grand Commander or the Supreme
Council, Thirty-third Degree, Southern Junsdic
lion. Thc orator was received with enthusiastic
General Pike prefaced his lecture with a few re?
maries upon the extreme camion ucees-ary in
speaking in public upon Masonry, before au audi?
ence not all Initiated into its m.\ stories. Thc ora?
tor then delivered his lecture extempore. It wus
full or interest, an hough, of course, much of
what he said was only intelligible io Masons. As
a whole, the lecture embodied a great many fine
doctrines. The speaker began with the antiquity
of Masonry. He traced its history from the
earliest periods; showing that it was originally
conceived for the purpose or maintaining free?
dom ol' thought, and opiulon, and to resist tyran?
ny aud oppression. That lt ls a great. :n-ia?
agent in the world for the dissemination
of truth, and the development of brotherly
affection. He expressed lils firm co.ivlciiou in
Hie fact that Freemasonry would yet become in
this couniry the grand uisrrunient for therefor
mai inn of our people, briugiug them into closer
walk and more cularing .'run ship one wi.ii
another. Ills remarks embodied an excellent sys?
tem of mural philosophy, which not ouly spoke o'
deep and earnest thought, but evinced a charity
HSjinghc as the sun at noontide. Simple and en?
tirely free from auy display lu his manner, earnest
aud honest lu his expr?s ions, thoroughly conver?
sant, wi h bis subject, and loving lt for the good
whh h was ia It, he has sown "the word" widen
will i ot be lost, and wnich will, we (Irmly believe,
bear much fi uh, eveu in tin: Immediate future.
After the close of tue lecture anni her Masonic
ode was sung, followed by a prayer read ny the
Rev. J. H ilotiuur, after which he audience dis?
persed, apparently '.veli pb-as ed with tue lecture.
Hotel Arrivals-..Hay 1.
E. T. Moore, Sumter; \V. 8.. Starr and son,
New York; Georg': L. Gates and wile, Boston; C.
J. Comstock and wile. Cleveland; Sunds Cole
Cubu, New York; James lt. Randall, vugusta; JOH.
Bgelow, New York; K. ti. Savage, Montreal; H.
Perry, M. P. Muller, Savuiuiah;. Jake Loeb, J.
Stern, Whitehall, B. C.; Wm. li. Gllders-.eeve,
E. IL. Carroll, Urauchvdle; J. C. Gray, North
Carolina; M. Jacubs, Dixie, S. C.; 0. II. Camp,
Monttnoiencl, ->. C.; W. W. Johnson, Greeuoolnt.
L. Lj Wm. li. Patterson, I?. J. Judah, Savannah.
E. P. Williams. E. V. Uclno-h, New York; P. C.
Qr me^, Philadelphia; T. B. Oimstead, Atlanta; H.
H. srni a and wire, Miss Mary smith, New York:
H. F.Thomao, E. P. Hanson, Liverpool.
BASTES. CB'UMCE ELECTIONS.
CHCRCH OP THE CRC*?3, BLCTTT0X.
Wardens-Colonel E. M". Stvabrook. F. M. Ed
Vestrymen-T. H. Cos. J. J. Stoney, P. Prltch
ard, John A. Seabrook.' A. H. Jenkins, A. O. Ver
dler, W. o. Allen.
Delegates to Diocesan Convention-F. M. Ed
wards, T. H. Coe. P. Pritchard, J. J. Stoney.
STRIKING A WOMAN.-John' 8mlth was ar?
raigned before Trial Justice Levy yesterday morn?
ing, charged with assault and battery upon a
woman named Emma ?smith. The two had been
living on intimate term?, but a quarrel having
arisen, the prisoner had struck her several severe
blows in the face with his fist. He was found
guilty, and not being able to pay the One, was
sent to jail for ten days.
MEETING IN WARD 8_A meeting of the
citizens or Ward 8 was held last evening at the
hall at the corner of King and Line streets, Mr. J.
B. Shlrcr in the chair.
A resolution was offered to the effect that Cap?
tain C. B. Slgwald be placed before the different
ward meetings as a nominee at the next election
for the Mayoralty. The resolution was passed
Upen motion, a committee of four were ap?
pointed to walt on Captain Sigwald and invite
him to address the meeting. In response to this
invitation, Captain Slgwald made a brier speech'
accepting the position and pledging himself to
maintain equal rights to alL
Captain Oreen, W. R. Osborn, Wm. Black and
Francis Carreere, all color?d, In turn addressed
the meeting, favoring the nomination, and dwell
mg upon the importance of selecting a laboring
man, entirely laying aside all political feelings.
At a late hour the meeting adjourned.
A Nsw CHURCH.-The new Baptist Church
In the Upper WardB of the city, which was lecent
Iy constituted by Rev. Tiiman R. Gaines, was re?
cognized OD 'ist Sunday erming: Tie church
was fully organized on Sunday morning by the
election of officers; after which lt celebrated, for
thc first time, the ordinance or the Lord's Sup?
per. The occasion was one of deep interest. At
8 o'clock tn the evening tac recognition services
took place. A sermon anproprlate to the occasion
was preached by Rev. W. H. Williams, of Vir?
ginia, after which the pastor of the new flock.
Rev. Mr. Gafhes, made some statements Rhowlng
that the church was regularly organized after
he order of Baptist churches. Rev. L. H. Shuck,
pastor or the First Baptist Church, d livered a
pointed address .o th? new church, counselling
them as to ta ir new responsibilities and the im
portaoce of the work ts bo done by ibem. At the
close of these remarks the right hand of lellow
ship was extended to the officers of the new^y
constituted body by Pastors Williams and Shuck,
and by Deacons Heriot, Mllnor, Henorey and T.
P. Smith, of the Citadel Square Baptist Church,
and by Deacons Hyde and Stlcox, or the First
Baptist Church. The room was filled to overflow?
ing, while many went away, and others stood
about the door, not being able to get seats. This
infant church ls in great need of a suitable house
of worship, which they are in the act of building.
When it ls remembered that this church is in?
tended to meet the spiritual wants of the labor?
ing people aud tho poor in that part of the city,
thc importance of giving them pecuniary assls
ance in building a church ts readily seen. All
who wish to assist In this good work can report
the amounts to f he Rev. Tllman R. Gaines, office
of the Working Christian. No. 61 Hasel street.
IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES. -Furchgott, Ben?
edict & Co. respectfully announce to their friends
and thc public that they have resolved to reduce
their stock, now the largest In the city, and will
during the next thirty days sell every variety of
fine, Taney and staple dry goods, xoitliout regard
to cost This ls a rare chane; forbargalas, and
the ladles will consult their Interest by calling at
either of our stores, No 244 or No. 437 King street.
NILSSON.-Cartes dc visite ol the renowned
aud charming cautairice. are to bc had at loa?
der's gallery (late Qainby's.)
PHOTOOKAPII ALBUMS CHEAPER TUAN EVEP. !
in Velvet and Leather bindings, 75 cents; o'd j
??rice 90 cents. In Velvet anil Leather bindlBgs,
sf) ceuis; old price $1. In Velvet and Leal lier
bindings, *t: old price $1 23. In Velvet and Lea
tlier bindings, $120; old price $1 so.
HASEL sr. BAZAAU. ASD No. 161 KING SS.
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI !-A royal game of
India. HASEL STREBT BAZAAR,
apr20 And No. 181 King Street.
ATTKNTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views
of Charleston and vicinity, at No. 161 King street,
n ai inn Uasol street Bazaar. novl2
BILL HKAI>3 printed on fine paper al $3, W,
??>, $u .io aud ifi 60 per thousand, according to
size, a: THE NKWH Job Office.
TUE ATTENTION OP WATCH-BUYERS is called
to uar largo stock of Waltha a Watches. These
Watches have been tong known throughout, thc
Culted States as the ae-t ami cheapest in the
market. All Watches guaranteed.
W. CARKINOTOX A CO.,
marl" No. 266 King street.
CROQUET ! CROQC?T ! I CROQUET ! ! .'-Im?
mense reducilou In price I The largest Field
Croquet at $4.
HASKL STREET BA::AAR AND NO. 161 KINO ST. '
mar22 . ^_
A NEW LOT ol mercantile Note Paper, Ave
quires for 50c. at the Hasel slreet Bazaar and No.
161 King street. octio-mtu
To CLOSE out our stock ol' Tenpins, Tool
Chests and Uullding.lUojk-i, we have reduced the
prices to very low figures. ?
No. 161 Ki.su ar. AND IIASEL ST. BAZAAR.
Sljirts and i tirnislnng QSooda.
SCARFS AND TIES.
THE MARQUIS OF LORNE
THE RUGBY CRAVAT ?BOW.
COLLARS AND CUFFS.
LO! THERE DISRAELI
CLUB HOUSE CLUB HOUSE
A Fresh Stock of Fine Fur?
nishing Goods of all kinds, at
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM
MEETING STREET. OPPOMTK MARKET.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
So. 76 BAH LAY AND NO. 222 GREENWICH STRSETS,
Receivers ol Oreen and Dried FRUITS, Truck ami
ail kinds of Farm and Garden Produce.
Our location and rocl'drles 'or seiline Fruits anil
Vegetables ara unsurpassed in New York.
Circulars and Marking Plaies sent frwe to Ship
pers. All correspondents and questions cheer
rally answrrod. _
Ft KP EB KN-'; E.-C. jH- Ltllcnthal, Tobacconist
New York. april
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FAMILY AND POCKET BIBLES.
We bave recently made large additions to oar
stock of BIBLES. The prices are greatly reduced.
We are now ottering an unusual large variety of
English and Americas 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 of its third
vol?me. Subscribers to the semi monthly parts
can be furnished with their numbers np to No. 24.
New subscribers eau be supplied with the three
volumes, bound in substantial Library binding, at
$6 50 per volume, and continue to receive the
numbers or bound volumes, as they prefer.
Alllbon e's Dictionary or Au thors, a critical Dic?
tionary of English Literature and British and
American authors, living and deceased, from the
earliest accounts to the latter half of the Nine?
teenth Century, by S. Austin Allibone, now com?
plete in 3 vols., Library sheep $26 50.
Roba di Roma, by Wm. W. Story, sixth edition,
with additions, $4; The Pilgrims and the Shrine,
or Passages from the Lire and Correspondence or
Herbert Ainslie, B.A., $175; Ginx's Baby (a Satire,)
bis birth and other misfortunes, $1 25; A Book of
Memories of Great Men and women of the Age,
from personal acquaintance, by s. C. Hall, F. h.
A., Ac, profusely illustrated with portraits, fae
similes and other highly finished engravings,
$10 50; John Esten Cooke's Life of General Robert
E. Lee, Illustrations, portraits and mapB, $6;
Huxley's Lay Sermons, addresses and reviews,
$1 75; The Recovery or Jerusalem, by Captains
wilson and Warren, with an introductory by
Dean Stanley, $3 50; Professor Darwin's New
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containing essays on literature, biography anC
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Ward, M A., vol. 1, $2 60; A Handbook of Legen?
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and Nature under the Tropics, Sketches of Travels
among the Andes and of the Orinoco, Rio Negro,
and amazons, by H. M. and P. V. N. Myers, $2;
Tue Ame; lean Sportsman, containing hint s to
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the Game Blrd8 and Wild Fowl of America, by
Lewis, with illustratlors, $2 76: A New Book, by
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nd other Lectures and Essays, by J. R. Seeley, M.
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Boleyn, by Miss Benger; The Courf of Marie An
tol .et ie, by Mdm. c J m pan and Lamartine; Mary
Queen of Scots, with Anecdotes of the Conn of
Henry II, by Miss Benger. $150 each; ?he Won?
ders of Engraving by Georges Duplessls, 34 wood
engravings. $160: Gutenberg, and the Art or Print
mg, by Emily, C. Pearson, with numerous Illustra?
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bear lu mind that by sending their orders to us
for any books published ia America, they wiU be
charged only the price of the book. We pay for
the postage or express.
FOGABTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, (in the Bend,) Charleston, S. C.
Clothing ana ilnrmsl]ing ?cobs
C O L L A. ? ? .
NEflK WP AK.
Q L O Y E S.
CANES AND UMBRELLAS.
OF THE ABOVE GOODS IN THE
?AND AT PRICES TO SUIT.
J. H. LAWTON & CO.,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC KUILDIW.
COLUMBIA, 3. C.,
WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR.
The Proprietor of this plepsantly located and
elegantly furnished Establishment, at the Stau
Capital, desires to Inform thc travelling pabilo am
others seeking accommodations, thu', the '.CO?
LUMBIA" ls m overy respect a first-class Rote:,
unsurpassed by any in the State or the United
States. Situated in the business ec-ntre of th
city, with fine large airy rooms, and a table sup
oiled with evory delicacy of the season, both Iron
\~ew York and Charleston markets, the Proprie
lor pledges that no efforts win b? spared to give
perfect satisfaction In every respect.
A urs i-nasa Lively Stable ls attached to tht
-lot-el, where vehicles of every description can b?
nad at the shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend the arrival and <*epurture a
every Train. WM. GORMAN.
Proprietor and Sup*rlnf?"ident.
J. D. BUDDS, caaoler. aprtf ?vfm
Bj LAUREY A ALEXANDER.
HOES, CORKSCREWS, Ac-BYOBDEB
..OF MANUFACTURER^. ..
THIS DAT, 2d Instar', will be sold before our
Store, at 10 o'clock, bj order of t lie Manufacturer,
1 cask HOES
1 case Corkscrews and Ntople Wrenches.
Conditions c isa._may2
Bj LAUREY & ALEXANDER,
HAMS, BACON STRIPS, FLOUR, AC?
TES DAT, 2d InBtant, will be sold before
oar store, at 10 o'clock,
0 tierces X. T. 8. C. HAMS .
10 tierces Baltimore and Western Bama
6 boxea S. C. Strips
3000 pounds Low-priced Bacon
25 bb Is. Flonr, Ac, ?fcc
Bj JEFFORDS & CO.
DRY SALTED SHOULDERS AND
SIDES-On account of Shippers.
Will be sold THIS DAY, in front or oar Stores,
at 9 o'clock,
14 buds. Dry Salted SHOULDERS
11 boxes Dry Salted Long Clear sides.
Bj HENRI CO BI A & CO.
BUTTER, LARD, BACON, Ac
THIS DAY, at 0 o'clock, In front or oar
Store, will be sold, _
25 tnbs BUTTER
20 tubs Lard
2000 lbs. Bacon Shoulders
loco lbs. Dry Salted Shoulders
10 bbls. Sugar
16 bbls. Mess Beef
50 boxes Cheese.
MACQUEEN & REECKE
WILL SELL BEFORE THEIR STORES.
? Nos. 21 and 23 Vend ne Bange, THIS DAY,
at 9 o'clock A. M.,
6000 poonda BACON SHOULDERS? .
3900 pounds Bacon Strips
20 tierces Canvased S. O. Hame
10 tierces Uncanvased S. O. Hams
2500 pounds Dry Salted Shoulders
50 tubs Leaf and Extra Lard
150 kits Nos. 1 and 2 Mackerel
20 boxes Short Rib Middles
25 tnbs Batter, kc. fie.
Bj JOHN 6. MJLNOR & CO.
SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES' SH ?DES,
Sash and Trimming Ribbons, Boys' Hats,
Dry Goods, White Goods, 4c.
On WEDNESDAY, the 3d Instant, at ha'f-paat 10
o'clock, we will sell at onr Store, No. 135 Meeting
Cases Black. Brown and White Florence, Pedal
andJantha SHADES, Trimmed Isabella Gypsies,
Canton Magnolias, Shaker Hoods, Nos. 2, 3,4 and
0 Trimming Ribbons, Black Sash Ribbons, Nain
sook, Swiss Mulls and Check Cambrics, Corded
and Woven skirting. Tucked ? Skirts, Boys' nab-.
Cloth Caps, Musita and Lawn Handkerchiefs.
White Linen Duck, Brown Linen Drill, Bleached
and Brown Shirting, Fancy Prints, Black Satinets,
Kentucky Jeans. Co ?onad es. Blue Denims and
Drills, Stripes, Blue Plaids, Ticking, Colored
Lawns, Undershirts, i-c.
Conditions cash. maya
Bj W. I. LEITCH & B, S. BRUNS,
POSITIVE SALE UNDER FORE0LOS .
SURE OF MORTGAGE.
W1U be sold THIS EVENING, the 2d of May. at
the Store or Messrs. W. G. Wnllden k Co., No. 265
King street, corner or Beanfala, at 8 o'clock In
the evening, and continued until the entire stock
ls disposed of,
OONSISTTfiO DJ PAKT OP:
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES. Jewelry,
Silver and Platedware, Fine Crockery, French
China, Glassware an a a variety of Vases, and ar?
ticles of Virtu, Parian ware and Fancy Gooda.
The sale of CROCKERY, at co. 29 Hayne street,
will take place on the 9th of May. Catal?gaos
may be had, on applloatton, at No. 29 Hayne
street, or No. 36 Broad street._maya
Bj A. C. MCGILLIVRAY,
TT71LL BE SOLD AT ll O'CLOCK
TT TUESDAY, 2d May, at the Old Custom?
The remaining FIVE YEARS' LEASE, or right
of occupying of Lot No. 10 Berresford street,
Bj A. c. MCGILLIVRAY.
BUILDING LOT, CHAPEL STREET,
opposite Northeastern Railroad Freight De?
pot, good Business Stand.
THIS MORNING, the 2d May, at the Old Post
office, at ll o'clock, wUl be so d,
The above LOT, measuring 30 feet front by 122
feet on the east line, and 112 feet on west line,
more or less, situate next Lot on which there waa
an Ice house
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pav for stamps
BJ A. c. MCGILLIVRAY, :
NEAT TWO STORY WOODEN HOUSE,
south side of Nan an street, third wen of
Rutledge street, near the terminus of the Line of
Oars. Lot 62 by 81 feet; 4 rooms double piazza,
kitchen and well. Ac.
Will be sold THIS DAY, 2d May, at ll o'clock,
at the Old Postomce,
.The above PROPERTY. Titles guaranteed.
Terms-One-half cash; balance n oaeaadtwo
years, and psy auctioneer tor papers and stamps.
Bj A. C. MCGILLIVRAY,
NEAT, NEW BRICK TWO-STORY
HOUSE, No. 14 Kerresford street, north
si.'c, six rooms, cistern and well. Lot SS by 81
Will bc sold THIS DAY, the 2d May, at ll
o'clock, at the Old Pos; 'office.
Titles warrauted. Terms ca-h, and pay acu
tloneer for papers and stamps. may2-tuths-t
BJ A. C. MCGILLIVRAY,
CITY COUNCIL Ol!" CHARLESTON VS.
Dawson, Administrator, et ai.
By virtue or an order or sal - in this case, tome
directed by the Hon. R. P. Granam, Judge for the
First Circuit, I will offer forage a public auction,
THIS MORNING, the 2d day or Ma*, 1871, at ll
o'clock, at the Old Post office, foot of Broad
All that LOT OF LAND situate on the south side
of Amherst street, in the City of Charleston, num?
bered ten (io,) OB a plat of the Lots of Land
known lu the plan of the Village ?f Hampstead
by the nnmbers50and 51, Ward No. 6, maleta
April. 1856, by Robert K. Pa* ne. City Surveyor
for the Upptr Wards, containing in rront ou Am?
herst street thirty:slx (36) feet five (5) inches, the
same on the back line, aud In neut h from east to
west, one hundred and forty (140) reet. be the
same more or less; hotting snd bounding north
on Amherst street, east on Lot No, 9 on r-aid plat,
south on Lot No. S on -ad plat, west on Laads of
.the German Evangelical Lutheran Church of
Terras-One-half cash; balaace In one year,
secured by bond bf purchaser, with ittterestfrorn
day of sale, and mortgage or property sold. Par
chaser topsy for papara ami tramp*.
WM. J. GAYER,
BJ A. C. MCGILLIVRAY,
VIDAL, ASSIGN KE, VS. REIGNE,
Admrx., et al.
By virtue of an order or sale In the above
cause to me directed by the Hon. R. ft Graham,
Judge for the Firs'. Circuit. I will offer for sale at
public auction. THIS MORNING, 2d day of May,
1671, at ll o'clock, at tho OM Post-office,
Uroad street, In the City of Charleston,
All that-PIECK OR PxRCKi, i?F i-AND situate
on i he north side of Queen street, tu the City of
Charleston, known as NJ. is. co -tairitng in front
on Queen street twenty-seven (:7) reet, and in
dep'h, from north to south, one hundred and
sixty- wo (162) reet. more or ie**: batting sad
bounding east on Lands of Estate or Jobu Mc
Cradv, weston Land? or -. south'uuQaeen
street, and north "Q Landa nf-.
Terms-One-third ca h; bal mee tn one year
rrom dav of sale, secured by bou t of purchaser,
with Interest; mortgage Of tue property. Bntld
Incs to he insured and policy :issigued. Purcha?
ser to pny for papers aud stamp-.
Wil. J. GAYER,
apr5 w4tui Referee.
Auction Salce-faiure Qaijs.
ON TUESDAY, 9th DAY OF MAY, AT
at il o'clock A. M., wm oe sold near the
Old Posioffice. Broad street.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the BRl'lK STORE
thereon, known by the No. 7-, sitante,
lying and being ou the eft s>de of East
Kay streut (i few doora north of tue Post?
office.) in the ity of Charleston, lu the State
armesakl, measuring and oontaiutag in front,
-wenty-nine (39) feet sis (6) Inch??, and tn depth
me hundred and nineteen (119) ieee, more or less;
hun tag aud bounding to the n nth ou lauds now
or late or E. H. Locke, to the son'tTon lauds of the
estate or Condy, to the cast on lands lare*oi Rhett
A Ronson, and to the west ou Bv?t Bay etreet
Terras cash. Purchase? to pay for papers and
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Noam ATLANTIC WHARP.