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nw Mr. WILLUM E. SIMMONS, Jr., and Mr.
& H. PORTER, are toe travailing agenta for
THB NEWS, the former for lower and the lat?
ter for upper South Carolina,
fleeting* mi? Day.
St. Andrew's S?olety, at 7 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Lanrey, Alexander & Co. will sell at 10
o'clock, at, store No.. 70 East Bay, and on
Bro wn$'wharf afterwards, Irish potatoes.
A.' ^Wa?'s~S.on9 will sell at il o'clock, at
the bonded warehouse, Elliott, street, choice
Wm. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at store
No. 133 Meeting street, dry goods, clothing ?fcc.
R. M. Marshall A Bro. will sell at ll. o'clock?
at the Postofflce,' real estate and Blocks and
Leitch A Bruns will sell at ll o'clock, at the
Postofflce, real estate; and at 7 P. H., at No.
267 King street, jewelry, Ac.
Henry Cobla A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at
their store, hams, shoulders, &c.
Jonn GI Mllnor & Co. will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at their store, ladies' suits, dry goods,
4C. '.. \ ? . . V.
P. B. Lalane will sell at half-past 9 o'clock, at
their store, pigs' feet, hams, Ac
LINCOLN LIGHT INFANTRY FAIR.-The fair of
this company, now in progress at the Military
Hall nightly, attra?ls.a,large concourse o? visi?
tors, who speak In high terms of lae arrange?
ments for their ajhpseifcenfc Te^erday alter-;
noon the colored orphans visited the fair by
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.-In spite of the bad
weather there waa a large audience at the
Academy of Music last night, when the Abbott
Company presented, a broad farce and the
comical pantomime of -'Mother Goose." The
amusing tricks ol' the clown, Chas, Abbott,
and the Irish songs of Jerry Cohan, were, as
usually In such cases, heartily applauded.
A Goon APPOINTMENT.-Mr. Wm. E. Bevin
yesterday received his appointment as city
gauger, to date from the 20th Instant. The
appointment was made by the Mayor and
Couucil upon the petition of a large number of
wholesale 'merchants; and. the.long experi?
ence and wjell known business qualities of Mr.
Bevin, give assurance that he will discharge
satisfactorily the duties of his office.
HRBREW CONGR?GATION IN COLUMBIA.
Frc m a correspondent In Columbia, 6. C., we
learn that the Israelites of that place held a
meeting last Sunday night, and revived the
Congregation "Darch Amethr-Path ol Truth.
' This congregation, numbering about fifty
members, has been dormant since the com?
mencement of the late war. At th? meeting
above mentioned, Hardy Solomon, Esq., tbe
president of the South Carolina Trust Com?
pany, was elected president of the congrega?
tion, which expects to have a synagogue
erected before next autumn.
TMB COURT OF COMMON PLEAS-BEFORE
JUDGE GRAHAM.-The sealed verdict brought
in by the Jury late Tuesday night, in the case
of William F. Bedding and Julia, his wife, vs.
the South Carolina Railroad, was opened and
read. The jury lound for the defendant.
George W. Williams A Co. vs. James M. Cald?
well A Sons-a motion tor a nousult in this
case having been overruled, the case was
given to the Jury, who found for the plaintiff
$22194. Johanah Maguire, executrix of Dan?
iel Maguire vs. the Union Bank of South
Carolina-verdict for the plaintiff for $1000,
with interest from the 15th October, 1869.
The court then entered upon the trial of
Smith vs. Bennett, during which it adjourned,
thejury being instructed te return a sealed
verdict ir they agreed. .
THE BAL MASQUE.-The long anticipated
masquerade ball of the German Rifle Club
takes place this evening at the Concert Hall
o? the Academy of Music, and will, doubtless,
prove a splendid affair. Every arrangement
to secure its perfect success has been made
by the committee, a glance at whose names
will assure all visitors that the utmost enjoy?
ment consonant with order and propriety will
prevail. Tickets of admission may be obtain?
ed from the following committee: F. Ansel,
No. 127 Calhoun street; H. W. Mollenbauer,
. corner Coming and Bull streets; F. Heins, No.
531 King street; D. Goetgen, corner King
street and Horlbeck's alley; D. Nordmeyer,
Charleston Hotel; F. Kellner, Charleston Ho?
tel;; W. Fischer, corner King and Hasel
streets; Theo. Melcher?, No. 217 King street;
R. Issertel, Na 45 Broad street. No tickets
will be sold at the door on the evening of the
ball. Tickets not transferable. The commit?
tee reserves the right of unmasking any one
If necessary. All must unsmask at the given
THE GREENETED MONSTER,-Between eleven
and twelve o'clock on Tuesday night a bloody
fight occurred between two colored women lo
a house on Gadsden Green, which came near
being fatal to one of them. The two, Martha
Deas and. Martha; White, were living together
as friends, but on the night la. potion a cir?
cumstance occurred which inflamed the jeal?
ousy of Deas against her rival. Seizing a
large knife, she went up to White's apart?
ment and assaulted her with the deadly
weapon. White defended herself as beet she
could, but wheo the police Intervened had re?
ceived several severe cuts on her arm from
the knife of the jealous Deas. The parties
were arrested, and having been brought be?
fore the Mayor, yesterday morning, the mat?
ter was referred to a trial Justice ior Investi?
gation. The case was subsequently tried be?
fore Trial Just'ce A. M. Mackey, who found
Deas guilty, apd sentenced her to pay a fine
Of Ave dollars and costs, or go to jail for thirty
dajs. She was also required to give bond in
the^um o? three hundred dollars to keep the
peace. _ _ .
THE EDISTO, CAWCAW AND WAITES'S CREEX
CANAL COMPANY.-A bill now before tho Leg?
islature proposes to constitute Richard H.
Cain, Tim. Hurley, Jno. D. Weatherly, David
Bicker, Jno. C. Downing, B. A. Bosemon, A. J.
Bansler, P.P. Hedges, B. Byas and W. B. Jervey
a body corporate nuder the above name.
Among other usual powers they are authorized
to carry on the lumber, wood business, dig
phosphates that may be on their lands, to erect
houses, mills, machine uhops, manufactories,
dig out and clean away any obstructions whtch :
may be necessary, "In order to complete a
navigable water course from Edisto River to I
the Ashley River in this State," and also "to 1
convey fresh water to the City of Charleston 1
by such means as they may deem best." The i
capital stock of the company ls to be $500,000, I
In shares ol ten dollars each, and they are to i
organize when $10,000 are subscribed. They i
are also given water communication from the i
Edisto River, through Bull Creek and the
most direct route through Cawcaw Swamp
Water lead, to Waites's Creek, two hundred
feet wide; and may appropriate any lands on
said route necessary to forward this enterprise
and facilitate quIcK transportation; provided,
that they shall pay a Just and reasonable com?
pensation for all lands appropriated for this
REDDIN G TS. TUB SOUTH CAROLINA
A Plaintiff in Error-Going for the Sa.
. loon.Ketpfr-Tlic Paitenger Depot la
The result of the case of Bedding TS. the
South Carolina Railroad seems to have been
an unpleasant surprise .to.the plaintiff's hus?
band, who allowed his angry passions to rise
in a very unseemly manhei. "* ?
A little before eleven o'clock yesterday
morning. William F. Redding, the person
above alluded to, proceeded to the passenger
depot of the South Carolina Bailroad, which
he entered by the Line street door. Inside
the depot he met the saloon-keeper, Charles
Walling, an old man of near sixty years
of age, who was' filling a bucket at
'the cistern. Redding advanced with bis
hand In his pocket, and Walling, catching
Bight of the pistai which Redding carried,
called out for Mr. Corcoran, who was some
distance op the depot. Mr. Corcoran hastened
to (he cistern and Redding saluted him, saying
"he was a gentleman," ?fcc. Some further
quiet conversation ensued, during which Wal?
ling took up bis bucket of water and moved
off up the depot. He had hardly gone twenty
paces belore Redding suddenly followed, and
coming up within twenty feet, drew a five
barrelled Whitney pbtoL levelled it at Walling
and pulled the trigger. The cap exploded, but
the pistol did not go off, and Redding, advanc?
ing still nearer, snapped an other cap at Walling,
The latter saw his danger, and fell forward,
upsetting his bucket ol water. The move,
ments of Redding bad been BO quick
that there was no time for, interference,
but M Corcoran, at this juncture, got up to
Redding, who merely remarked to Walling,
"D-d yon, if lt had gone off I would have
killed you." "He then put up his pistol, and!
walked out ot the depot. He was followed, I
and soon after arrested by a policeman and
taken to the up-io./n Guardhouse. A pistol
was found upon him and taken away. It was
loaded In all five of the chambers, and ls one
of the smaller-sized revolvers. Redding was
afterwards taken from the Guardhouse on a
warrant from Trial Justice A. M. Mackey, and in
the afternoon was examined on-the ?charge of
assault with a deadly weapon. After a
thorough investigation, he was held to bail in
the sum of one thousand dollars to appear for
trial at the next term of the Court of General
Sessions. He was also bound over to keep the
Walling is the keeper of the passenger
depot, whom Redding charges with having
violently expelled bis wife from the South
Carolina Railroad Depot, and Inflicted the
Injuries for which the action against the South
Carolina Railroad was brought.
Another Shooting Affray.
Between six and seven o'clock, yesterday
afternoon, Richard Yates and Monday Miller,
two colored ,boys about, sixteen years of age,
quarrelled over some, trivial matter on the
premises of Mr.-Stcinmever, in the lower part
ol Beaufaln street. A scuttle ensued, when
Richard drew a pistol and fired at Monday,
who was within a few feet of him. The ball
entered the lower part ot Monday's abdomen,
inflicting a serious and painful wound. Rich?
ard was promptly arrested by Mr. Stelomeyer
and turned over to a policeman, by whom he
was lodged in the Guardhouse. The ball bas
not been extracted Trom Monday, and lt ls un?
certain whether he will live. Richard will be
examined this morning.
UNION STAB FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.-At the
seventh anniversary meeting ol this company,
held on the 2?th instant, the following offi?
cers were elected for the ensuing yean N. S.
Robinson, president; W. E. Elliott, vice-presi?
dent; L. G. Brown, secretary; J. Michell,
treasurer; B. C. McPherson, vice-chairman;
T. Monroe, engineer; J. Wilson, first director;
W. H. Hambleton, second director; C. Sim?
mons, third director; A. Plumeau, fourth
director; H. H. -Haig, D. Terpln, R. Becket,
L. Brown, axmen; R. L. Edwards, captain
hose carriage; Ur. Bose mon, Burgeon; M.
SELTZER WATER.-The manufacture of this
wholesome and agreeable beverage bas been
begun In Charleston by Mr. C. L. Kornabrens,
as will be seen by his advertisement In another
column. The following note from Dr. Robert?
son to the manufacturer will be of Interest to
those who are not familiar with the virtues of
this famous water :
CHARLESTON, 8. C., February 27, 1872.
Mr. C. L. Kornahrens:
DEAR Sm-I am much obliged to you foe
the Seltzer Water which you were su kind to
send me; and, also, lor the opportunity of
examining the process of ito manufacture, as
well as the character and properties of the in?
gredients that enter Into Its composition. It
is a delightful and healthy beverage, contain?
ing, In due proportion, the constituents of
the celebrated Seltzer Spring of Germany,
and will constitute a wholesome summer's
drink, taken alone, or la combination with
the usual beverages of a warm climate.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
F. M. ROBERTSON.
FOUL MURDER NEAR SAVANNAH.-On last
Monday evening the dead body of Mr. Henry
W. Lindner, of Savannah, Ga., was found
floating In Savannah River, above Central
wharf. On the 10th Instant the deceased had
hired two negroes to convey him from the
city td"Wilmington Island in a boat. He
brought them to his store, where his wife paid
them their faro, and the party then set out.
Nothing more was seen of Mr. Lindner until
his body was found. His forehead had been
smashed in by a blow of some blunt Instru?
ment. Several other cuts and gashes were
lound upon his head and his right arm and
shoulder, and the right chest exhibited marks
of severe blows irom a similar Instrument. A
coroner's jury found that the deceased came
to hlB death from these injuries. The negroes
have disappeared. It is hoped that the per?
petrators of the loul deed will soon be dis?
CLUBS AND STARS.-Emma Nichols, white,
lodged for being drunk and disorderly on King
street, was sentenced to twenty days'hard
work In the House of Correction.
Geo. White, a colored boy, found sleeping
in the market, was held for identification.
Samuel McNeill, reported for dropping filth
from his carr, In Queen street, was fined two
A red cow, found astiay at the corner of
Mill and Ashley streets, was delivered to the
owner upon payment of a fine of one dollar.
A drunken Jerry, found reeling about Queen
street, and entirely unable to make any pro?
gress homeward, was taken to the Guardhouse
and fined one dollar.
About half-past six o'clock yesterday morn?
ing, a colored boy, named William Jones, at?
tempted to rifle the money drawer of Mr.
recklenburg's store, in Meeting street, al the
corner of Tradd. He was caught In the act by
the proprietor, who took the culprit up to the
Guardhouse. The prisoner was taken before
the M...ror, and arter a short hearing remand?
ed for further examination.
On Tuesday afternoon, Paul Jenkins, a small
boy, entered the Citadel yard and attempted
to steal a lot of clothes belonging to one of the
officers from the piazza of the hospital build?
ing. He was caught and brought before the
Mayor yesterday morning for examination.
The officer did not appear against him, and
Paul, on lils own story, was sentenced to the
House of Correction for ten days.
THE UHflm.JE.ff J.'
FIRE.-Yesterday afternoon, about Tour j
o'clock, a fire broke out ia the residence of j
Mr. Henry Klalte, in- Hndsonr-street, Just to
the north of the Citadel.. The fire originated
in the roof and was discovered'before it bad
made much ? headway., The. engines were
quickly summoned and soon put oat the
flames. The house, a fine three-story brick: |
building, was damaged ia the roof and ceil?
ings by the fire, but chiefly by the heavy
streams of water which had to be thrown In
to extinguish the flames. The prompt arrival
of the engines prevented a serious loss. The
damages are fully covered by the insurance.
The alarm was sounded In the lower wards.
CRUMBS.-Bishop Lynch started for Louis- j
ville, Ky., last night.
The committee of the German Rifle Club
have realized one hundred and thirty-eight
dollars as rent for the bar, cloak room, ?c.,
during their masquerade ball to-night.
Mr. John H. Devereux, architect and con?
tractor, has removed his offiee from the Cham?
ber of Commerce Bui liing to rooms over the
Bishop P?rsico returned to the city yester?
day from Augusta. The Bishop 1B on bis way
to Savannah, to arrange for beginning work
upon the new cathedral to be erected in that j
The coupons of the guaranteed bonds of the
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Company,
maturing March 1, will be. paid on presenta- j
lion at the First National Bank, and the cou-1
pons on the bonds for funded interest will
be paid at the office of H. H. Klmpton, No. 9
[ Nassau street, New York. .
lA MOVE OP THE CUSTOMHOUSE."-As the
paragraph under this road in our yesterday's
ISSU? tends somewhat to give a wrong Im?
pression as to who has control of public build-1
lngs In this city, we cheerfully make the fol?
lowing amendments : The alterations contem?
plated on (he south and north wings of the
Customhouse are such as to render occupation
uncomfortable. These facts being presented
at Washington, orders were issued by the
proper departments to prepare the upper por- j
tion of the old Customhouse for the reception
of cuBtoms officials. Upon receipt of this
order, Mr. Oakshott, superintendent of cou- j
struction, drafted a plan, which he submitted
to the collector for approval. A few Blight
changes being deemed advisable, BO as to in?
clude rooms for the United States treasurer
and Internal revenue assessor, these were
made; and work to carry out the details of the
plan, which is drafted with a practical eye to
public accommodation, the offices most sought
being nearest at band, was at once entered
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE ON JAMES ISLAND.-The
flue cotton ginning and grist mills of Messrs.
G. F. & E. A. Habenicht, on James Island,
were entirely destroyed by fire yesterday
morning. The origin of the fire was entirely
accidental. Every endeavor was made to stay
the progress of the flames, but the prevalence
of a high wind at the time rendered all efforts
unavailing, and it was with the greatest diffi?
culty that the Are was prevented from spread?
ing to the store and farm buildings adjoining.
The stock In the store was damaged by water
about Ave' hundred dollars. The total loss Is
estimated at seven thousand five hundred dol?
lars, on which there was no insurance. There
was destroyed, along with the mills, nine gins,
a cotton press, the grist mills, two steam en?
gines, with all the shafting, gearing and ma?
chinery, some three hundred bushels corn,
and about three thousand bushels cotton seed.
Much credit ls due to the colored Inhabitants
who rallied in large force at the scene of the
disaster and worked faithfully, and the Messrs.
Habenicht desire us to express their grateful
thanks to them and the planters for their as?
THE UNITED PRATER MEETING.-The regu?
lar united prayer meeting of the Protestant
Episcopal churches of this city was held yes- j
terday morning at the Church of the Holy
Communion. Members from all the Episcopal
congregations were present, and the fine
church was literally crowded. The services
were conducted by the pastor, the Rev. A.
Toomer Porter, assisted by the Rev. Messrs.
Trapler, Johnson, Plackney, Hanckel, (W.
H.,) andPrentlsB. The music was especially
line, and the responses were beautifully In?
toned by a choir of boys. The organ and seats
for the choir are on the left, within the chan?
cel, which adds greatly to the general effect.
The prayers were read by the Rev. Mr. Trapler,
after which the Rev. W. H. Hanckel preached
an eloquent and appropriate eermon from
II Corinthians, 8, 9: "For ye know the grace
of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was
rich yet for your sakes He became poor, that
ye through His poverty might be rich." At the
end of the service a collection was taken up
for the Sunday-school library of St. Stephen's
The Church of the Holy Communion has
been considerably altered and a large addition
made at the east end, where the vestry rooms
used to be. The chancel has been enlarged,
the roof raised and the walls tastefully fres?
coed and adorned with Maltese crosses. The
orjran has been placed within the chancel, and
appears to be let Into the wal). Yesterday a
latge cross Btood in the centre of a little altar,
which, before the services began, the pastor
decorated with a wreath of /hite flowers.
Hotel Arrivals- February 28.
P. G. Horne, Edgeneld; W. H. Niven, Port |
Geo. Cooper, W. H. Cooper, New York; W.
H. Gardner and wife, Columbia; Jas. Bussell
and wife, New York; Mrs. A. H. Burlingame,
Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Forsyth, New
York; H. Stendel, Savannah; F. H. Shelton,
Mrs. C. H. Thompson and child, Philadelphia;
C. C. Merriman and wife, Rochester; H. St. G.
Offult, W. H. Armstrong, New York; Miss Bell
H. Cranston, Augusta; W. Jones, Baltimore; '
J. F. Clapp, D. P. Clapp, Mr. and Mrs. 0. E.
Wood, New York; Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Crosby,
Boston; J. Mather, J. H. Elmore, Wisconsin;
J. B. Moora and wjfe, Boston; H. Dewing, Con?
necticut; W. B. Crane and wife, E. Tompkins
and wife, New York; J. Smart, Philadelphia;
B. D. Townsend, Society Hill; R. H. Moven
augb, Louisville, Kentucky; E. V. Duffy, G.
W. Ridgway?? New York; T. R. Drake, Georgia;
T. M. Gllllnghan and wife, A. H. Gllllnghan,
Philadelphia; A. J. Coe, Boston; E. De?alyer,
Beaufort; J. D. Caton, wife and daughter, Illi?
TURTLE SOUP served thia day at the Live
and Let Live Lunch House, Market street.
BEAL ESTATE AND STOCK SALE.-B. M.
Marshall & Brother will sell to-day, at auction,
several plantations, a city residence and a
large amount of city stock. See advertise?
MARK YOUR CLOTHING!-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. octl4-th
GAMES ! GAMES ?-Magic Hoops, Building
Blocks, Alphabet Blocks. HASEL STREET BA?
ZAAR, feb 15-th
: IMPORTANT BALE.-The Bpeclal [attention of j
capitalists and purchasers ls Invited to the [
sale this morning of the old theatre lot on
Meeting street and other valuable real estate
by Messrs. Leitch & Bruns.
GOOD BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.-The atten?
tion of young men desiring to engage in a
profitable business for themselves ls directed
to the advertisement in our columns for a I
partner, The chance ls a splendid one for a j
FORCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co. advertise this
day the receipt of their first shipment of j
Spring Goods. The latest styles of Spring |
Dress Gc ods can be examined at their store,
Ko. 244 King street. feh29
FORCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co. have received
the first shipment of Spring Cloths for Gents'
wear from 75 cents up. Tailors will find it to
their advantage to examine the goods.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co. most cordially
Invite the Ladies ol this city to give them a
call and examine the first shipment of Spring
Dress Goods. Also the fine assortment of new
Carpets as reduced; prices (rom 40 cents to $1.
feb29 _ _
GENTLEMEN'S COATS, Pants and Hats, Ac.,
nicely cleaned and renewed lor spring, at ]
Otto Sonni ag's, Dyer, Wentworth street, near
Artesian Well._ " fet>28-2
THROAT AFFECTIONS ANO HOARSENESS.-All
suffering from Irritation ot the Throat and
Hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the
almost immediate relief afforded by the use of
"Brown's Bronchial TrocheB."
NOTICE TO TOUBISTS.-Stereoscopic views of |
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
Btreet Bazaar._ dec29
CROQUET I CROQUET I-The cheapest in the
city. Price $4. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
FARNHAM'S FRENCH TOOTH LOZENGES, a
novel and pleasant dentrifice-the finest in
the world for cleaning, beautifying and pre?
serving the teeth; endorsed by eminent den?
tists. Sold wholesale by
Dowie, Moise A Davis.
At retail by
Dr. H. Baer, No. 131 Meeting street
Chas. F. Panknin, No. 123 Meeting street
A. W. Eckel A Co., No. 215 King street.
G. W. Aimar, cor. King A Yanderhorst ste.
G. J. Lubn, King street, corner John.
Vogt A Co., No. 277 King street
Edwd. S. Burnham, No. 421 King street
C. F. Bchwettmann, cor. King A Broad ats.
Jos. Blackman, No. 38 Broad street
0. A. Barbot, No. 48 Broad street.
Dr. E. H. Kellers, No. 85 Broad street
Dr. W. A. Skrlne, No. 260 King street
Dr. Geo. Cauller, cor. Meeting & Society ste.
And other Druggists. feb20-3mos
CHEILLET'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even after wear, for any imperfections, such as
tearing or ripping.
'Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
T?BP?Td London, 53 Regent Btreet
USFOT8 New York, 929 Broadway.
Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FCRCHOOTT, BENEDICT A Co., sole Agents
for Charleston. . _ nov3-6mos
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
CHARLESTON, S. C., February 27, 1872.
Ata meeting of the directors of the Atlan?
tic Phosphate Company, of Charleston, S. C.,
held this day, the following preamble and resolu?
tions were unanimously adopted:
lt ls becoming on this occasion that we pnt
aside bael ness to pay a just and well earned tri?
bute to the memory of a courteous gentleman
and hoLestman, our friend and late president,
Major F. J. Porcher, whose demise has BO recently
cast, a gloom over our community, and which
falls vr ith still greater force on those with whom
he was so closely and Intimately associated. Be
Resolved, That in lils sudden and untimely end,
we recognize the hand of Divine Providence, be*
fore whom we must all silently and submissively
That In the dtath or our president we have sus?
tained a severe loss, one not east y replaced.
Bav.cg become Identified wit:i this company, he 1
?trove with all the energy of his nat nie to ad
vance its interests and place lt In a po. it lon equal
to the most sanguine expectations or itn founders.
That whilst his Bterltng honesty, frank and
open nature, and high-toned generosity can be
but feebly expressed lu words, we may always
IOOK back upon hil sojourn among us and draw
from Its influence many of those virtues which
adorn and elevate human character.
That a page in our Minne J Book be dedicated to
That a copy or these resolutions be sent to the
family or our deceased president and friend ex?
pressive of our heartfelt sympathy in their be?
From the Minutes. F. S. RODOERS, Clerk.
?Drags at Wholesale.
RUGS, MEDICINES, Ac.
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND
CHARLESTON, S. C.
We beg to call the attention of Druggists, Phy?
sicians and Country Merchants to our large and
complets Stock of all Goods usually kept in a
FIRST-CLASS WHOLESALE DRUG WARE?
HOUSE. We are Agents for the foUowlng houses,
whose articles we offer at Proprietors' prices,
and solicit orders for them and other Goods lu
Jno. Wyeth ? Bro., of Philadelphia-Elegant
Pharmaceutical Preparations: neef Wine and
Iron, "Tasteless God Liver Oil," Pepsin, Bis
mutti and Strychnine, Ac, Ac.
Hance Bros. A White, or Philadelphia-Standard
Solid and Fluid Extracts and Sugar-coated
B. Keiths A Co., of New York-Reliable Concen?
trated Tinctures and Powders.
Chas. Torchon, of Paris-Gnyoi's Solution of Tar,
Labarraque's Wine of Qalnlae, Belloc's Medi?
cated charcoal Powder and Lozenges.
Grlmault ft Co., or Parla-Syrup of the Hypo
phosphate Lime, Guaran?, ftc.
Lieblg's Texan Fxtract Beef.
Excelsior spring Saratoga Water.
Long's Portable Soda Fountain-au complete In
one Sllver-P.ated Draw Stand.
Hoffman's Patent spring Show-Cases-all kinds.
We are Proprietors of the following, which we
offer wli h con fl dence BB being equal to any simi?
lar Pr?parations in tho market:
Sumter Bitters-Tue Great Southern Tonic
Moise's Fever and Ague Pills-Warranted to
Moise's Liver Pills-Purely Vegetable
Mulse'd Popular White Worm Candy
Moise's Uor-e, Hog and Cattle Powders
Molse'B Morningstar Yeast or Baking Powders.
An luvoice also of mixed Paints, all colors,
ready for use, in cases of from one to five
Q TTO A. MOSES, PH. D.
Geological SurveyB and Maps promptly and
exactly execuied Ptiosphate and Mlnlug Pro
pi mes reported upon, and Working Plans fur
nlshe i. Separat og and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore Deposits. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES Of FERTILIZERS,
Drugs, Ores, Minerals, ?C. LABORATORY,
decia-stutbemo No. 28 George street.
GRAND OPEN I NC!
G BAND OPENING !
OF ' '.
FCMHCflTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 344 King Street,
NEW AND FINE STYLES OF JAPANESE
NEW AND FINE STYLES OF NILSSON
NEW AND FINE STYLES OF HOZ AMBIQUES,
NEW AND FINE STYLES SILK 8TBIPED
ELEGANT STYLES OF '
MARSEILLES AND PIQUES, .
Ia Plain, Flowered, Figured, Striped and Bor?
dered and Corded.
FINE ii WHITE LINEN BATISTE,
FINE i i FRENCH BUFF LAWNS.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 344 KING STREET,
ay sample a given. ; - _?
NEW AND ELEGANT PATTERNS
BLUE AND BLACK CLOTHS,
A FOLL LINK OF
TOWELS, DOYLIES, NAPKINS, TABLE
All In Latest Styles at very Low Figures.
FURCHCOTT, BENEDICT A CO.
CARPETS AND^ MATTING.
25 PIECES CARPETS FROM 40 CENTS TO 90
CENTS, WORTH 65 CENTS AND $1 25.
A4 AND 64 WHITE AND CHECK MATTING.
OUR $1 25 INDIAN MATS ABE WOBTH $2 50.
FURCHCOTT. BENEDICT M CO.
Having an experienced resident buyer in the
City of New York, wno fully understands tb e de?
manda or tbls market and who 1B always hunting
up bargains, and buya of the very first houses
only, we can, under such raclllties, well compete
with any honse North or South, and most respect?
fully Invite those in need of Goods to give ns a
eau and examine oar Stock and our prices, GUAR?
ANTEEING SATISFACTION AND WARRANTING gOOdS
to be as represented.
Orders from the country wUl receive our best
attention. Merchants, Mininera, Tailors, and all
others will do well by giving us a call before pur?
chasing elsewhere. Respectfully,
F?RCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
No. 244 King street, No. 244 King street,
Charleston, S. a Charleston, S. 0.
No. 437 King street, No. 437 King street,
Charleston, S. 0. Charleston, S. O.
No. 4 Bay street. No. 4 Bay street,
Jacksonville, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla.
No. 22 White street. No. 22 White street,
New York._New York.
QTirjare, fcobatro, Ut.
ANTOUE A CO.,
PROPRIETORS OF THE
HAVANA CIGAB FACTORY,
' Having purchased the above named establlBh
ment, and having all the facilities necessary, we
are prepared to furnish the publlo In general
with first-class HAVANA CIGARS, manufactured
from fine Vuelta Abajo Tobacco.
We wlU have a mu stock constantly on hand.
Orders for special Brands lided at shortest no?
tice. M ANTOUE A CO.,
Nos. 114 and 118 East Bay,
Charleston, s. U.
Having disposed to Mesara. MANTO??E A 00. my
right and title in the Charleston Branch or the
Havana Cigar Factory, LA VALENTINA, in retir?
ing from the above nanv.d business I return my
thanks to my friends and the public in general
for their kind patronage, and solicit a contin?
uance ot the same for my successors.
M. J. QUINTERO.
Charleston, S. 0., Feb. 12, 1872. febi4-tnthslm
?HARLESTON WHOLESALE AND BE
TAIL MANUFACTURING CIGAR AND TOBACCO
No. 810 Kmo STREBT, THHBI Doona SOUTH OF
SO CUTTY STREET.
MEERSCHAUM PIPES a specialty, therefore
can sell at prices to surprise yon. Suitable for
An extensive and complete assortment of all
articles In his line of bostness 1B kept constantly
on hand, giving a facility of filling, without de?
lay, all orders extended to him, accompanied
with cash, or draft on responsible houses in the
city. Purchasers are requested to examine his
perfect Stock before trading elsewhere.
Proprietor of Emperor William Cigar Store.
The Finest Sponge Bntter
FOX'S CRACKERS have for over hair a century
been held tn the hlgheat estimation by the people
of the Eastern and Middle States. They are kept
for sale by all the leaning Grocers in NEW YORK
All articles used in their manufacture are the
best and purest that can be obtained. The ma?
chinery used was invented and patented by
ALL KINDS OF CRACKERS,
L.W'sI.VGBURGH, W. Y.
Send for Price Lists, Ac I deliver goods free of
charge in New York City.
Liberal terms given Jobbers, and am ready to
make arrangements with any reliable parties who
will take orders for me in any or the cities in this
febl3-tnthsimo LANSING BURGH, N. Y.
OTICE-THREE MONTHS AFTEK
date application will be made to the Plant?
ers' and kechitnlcs' Bank for RENEWAL OF
H?HT SHARES OF STOCK, (old,) In the name of
F. M. GRANT, the original being lost or destroyed.
Bj R. M. MA RSHALL& BROTHER?
STOCKS AND BONDS AT AUCTION. .
- Will be told THIS DAt? ?til o'clock, at the
Postofflee. 1 : '.
$8500- OITT CHARLESTON STOCK, in varions'
amcuo.ru. one Savannah and Charleston Bari-'
road State Guarantee Bond. Securities received,
np to boar of sale. . . . . I feb29 ' 1
By B. M. MAKSHA1I & BRO.
FLNB PLANTATION' ?N.ST. JAMES
THIS DAT. the 29th io8tant,.at ll.o'dock, will
be sold at thePost?ffloe,' .
That TRACT of: 1765 seri 8. moro or less, situate
en Goose Creek, kLOwn as the "Melgrove Place,"
having a settlement of seven Bandings, lt con?
tains about 70 acres of cleared Uplands, KO acres
of Rice Land, under bask, with ample back water
for the same, and the balance well WooJed. " "
Terms east ; made known at Bale: Bi '. feb28
Bj B. Mi MABSUALL & BRO.
DELIGHTFUL B ESIDENCE? N" NORTH
E ASTERS portion of the City.
THIS DAT, the 2?th Instant at ll o'clock, will
be sold at tte rostofflce, r
That well bolls Tia rooted DWELLING, No. 8
Reid street, near Bay street, having 9 or .io
rooms. 2 plazz ts, large kitchen, cistern, gas, Ac.
Lot 60 by 2C0 feet. Also, the Lot adjoining, being'
at southeast corner of Drake and Held streets,'!
measuring 60 by 200 feet.
Terms easy; made known at sale._fcb29
By W. f. LEITCH A B. 8. BRUNS,
TWO-STORY WOODEN DWELLING. No
83 America street, east side,- between H ano-1
ver and Reid streets, .ir ?.vi
Win be sold, THIS DAT, the 29th instant, at
the Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
That deslrab e Two-story WOODEN DWELLING,
known as No SS America street, with outbuild?
ings and a very large Stable, lb* Lot measures
52 feet front by loo feet in depth, more or lees. .
Terms-One-hc ir cash; balance lu one year with
interest, seoured by bond and mortgage. Property
to be tn -ere 1 and. po.lcy assigned. Porch a ser to
pay ns for papers and stamps. ?_feb??
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND LOT f?N FRONT
Beach, formerly the property of J. Cahill,
Will be sold THIS DAY, the 29th ins tant, at ll
o'clock, at the Postofflce,
That pleasant ly situated BUILDING LOT, with
fine Picket Fence, situated on the Front Beach of
Sullivan's island, above Fort Moultrie.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us for papers and
stamps. . _feb2B
By W. Y. LEITCH & ll. S. BRUNS*
OLD THEATRE LOT, WEST SIDE OF
Meeting street-Sold by order of tho Direc?
tors of theSouth carolina Institute.
wm be sold TU is DAY, the 29th instant, at the
east end of Broad street, at ll o'c ock.
The above spacious LOT on Meeting street,,
measuring loo feet front by 260 feet deep, more
or less. ThIB property ls eligibly situated for
either store or public hall
Terms-one third cash; balance In three and
six months. Surchaatr to pay for papers and
By W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
OLD STAND FOB A GRIST MILL,
with Realdenca and Outbuildings, north?
west corner Can ti on and coming streets,
Will be sold THIS DAY, the 29th instant, at the
the Postofflce. at ll o'clock.
That durable GRIST MILL STAV D, with Two
story Residence and Outbuildings, Birnaud at the
northwest corner or Cannon and Coming streets.
Lot measures 175 feet front on Coming by 50 feet j
In depth on Cannon street.
Terms-One sixth cash; balance in one, two,
three, four and five year's, with interest at the
rate of 8 per cent, t er annum, secured by bond
and mortgage. Purchaser to pay us for napers
and stamps. _ ? ' feb29
By TV. X. LEITCH & Ii. S. BRUNS,
ELIGIBLY SITUATED BRICK RES?
IDENCE, with a fine Garden, m the western. |
part of the city.
wm be sold THIS DAY, the 29th instant, at ll
o'clock, at the Postoffice,
That delightfully situated two and a half story
B KICK RESIDENCE, with slate roof and double
piazza,, containing fonr square and two attie
rooms, besides pantry, dressing and bath rooms,
situated at the non west cormr of Lynch'and
Heaufaln streets; premlies contain hoe brick
Kitchen, Stable and Carriage House of brick, with
slate roof. The Premises are Incl ?sed with brick
wall, garden walks cemented, large cistern and :
well or good water. Lot measures Arty eight feet
front, by one hundred and se veiny-one feet m
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one and two
years, with Interest on bond a d mortgage.
Property to be insured, and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay us for papers and stamps.
By IL M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
POSTPONED FROM A FORMER DATE
Executors of JOHN H. TUCKER, deceased,
against the Dev.sers and Legatees of J. H.
By vittue of a decree made in this case.by
the Honorable R. F. Graham, Judgo of the First
Circuit, 1 will offer for sale at public Auction,
THIS DAY, February the 29th, A D. 1872, at ll
o'clock In the forenoon,' at the Old Postufllce, at
the foot of Broad street, in Charleston, ,
ihe following REAL ESTATE, situate m George- .
town County, belonging to the Estate of the late
John H. Tucker, to wit : .
MORELAND OR BATES HILL PLANTATION,
altaste on Peedee River, containing 2C56 acres,
296 acres in rice field, 81 acres cleared hlgland,
1726 uncleared highland, having such butting
and boundaries as are shown in a plat of the
same made by E. G. Stoney on 22d February, 1872;
also aa appurtenent to this Plantation, 1039 acres
on the east side of Peedee River, consisting ol
U cleared Tide, Swamp and Upland.
GLENMORE PLANTATION, containing 804
acres, of which 416 are highland, 889 acres in rice
Oe d, of which 69 acres aro on the west side of tho
river, and having such butting and boundaries an
are shown In a plat of the same, made by E. G.
Stoney on 22d February, 1872; also as appurte?
nent to tnls Plantation, 1089 acres, on the eas;
side or Peedee River, consisting of Uncleared Tide,
Swamp and Upland.
HOLLY GROVE PLANTATION, containing 814
acres, of which 238 act es are in rice fleld.631 aereo
uncleared highland, 60 acres cleared highland,
having such butting and boundaries as are shown
in a plat of the same, made by E. G. Stoney on
22d February, 1872; also as appnrtenent to this
Plantation, 1039 acres on the east side of Peedee
River, consisting of Uncleared Tide, Swamp and
LITCHFIELD PLANTATION, on Wacamaw
River, composed of two tracts of Land, the one
containing nee acres, of which 964 are high and
and 202 rica land, and has such batting and
boundaries as are shown In a plat of the same,
made by E. G. Stoney on 22d February. 1872; the
other tract containing 626 acres of highland and
swamp marsh, as ls shown 'in a plat thereof,
made by C.B. SarviS, Surveyor, on 25th Septem?
ber, 1850; also as appnrtenent thereto, a House
and Lot on Pawly's Island as a summer rest
WILBROOK PLANTATION, onWaccamaw,con?
taining 766 acres, of which 60 acres are la cleared
high land, 127 acres in rice land, 689 acre* un
cleartd high land, and having such marks, bat?
tings and boundaries aa are shown lu a plat of
the same by E. G. Stoney, 22d Febru ry, 1872.
The uncleared tide swamp and upland Landa
referred to in the above descriptions, of Glenmore.
Holly Grove and Moreland, are delineated In a
plat of Moreland Plantation, made by R. Q. Pinck
ney, Surveyor, July 22, 1857.
All these plats are now at the office of R. M.
Marshall & Bro., where they may be Inspected.
Terms-One third cash; remainder in one, two
and three years, to be secured by bond or bonds
of the purchasers, bearing interest at the rate of |
seven per cent per annum, payable annually,
from the day of sale, and a mortgage of the prop?
erty purchased. Purchaser to pay Referee for
papen and ati.mpe.
fofa?_SAMUEL LORD, JB., Referee.
THE BEST STOVES,
AND THE CHEAPEST ARE
THE NOBLE COOK,
LILY, CHALLENGE AND PAL?
THE BEST RANGES ARE
THE EMERALD. INDIAN QUEEN
AND HOT BLAST.
The Agents for the above are
J. B. DESVAL & SON?
No. 337 KfNG STREET,
feb27-tnths One door north of Liberty ?treet.
Agriculture, ?orturilinrt, Stu
FLORIST AND GARDENER,
SPKI.NO STREBT NXAB RITLEDGB.
A choice assortment or ORNAMENTAL TREES
Roses, Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Bouquets, Camella,
Plowers, Greenhouse Plants, ?c.
Catalogues can be got on the premises.
Bj HENRY COBLA & CO. "
HAMS, SHOULDERS, &&
THIS DAY, .af 9 o'clock, lu front ol our
.atore. wearUlBeu.::- u>'?. fe't'i ?.... ..- <i?
10 boxea S. 0. HAMS: nu
6 Uercefl srO. Hams
100 boxes Scaled Herrings :;i v
2000 po?nda Bacon Shoulders - , v
10 tabs Choice Batter.
Conditions-cash. , .feb?tf '
By LAU REY, ALEXANDER &?0.
POTATOES ON ACCOUNT OF ALL
THIS DAY. the 29th instant, will be sold before
.Store No. 70 East Bay. at io o'clock,
; 120 barr?is IRISH POTATOES.
And immediately after, on Brown's Wharf.
100 b Irrels IRISH POTATOES.
Damaged on board Schooner-un her roy age
iDrom Boston to this-port.. ; y -.' ~~ " .
I Conditions cashj<fl---f!- febfl?
BYPAUAVB.L?1ANEW CO; .;
?TT7ILL BE 'BO&^^^W^tmiaa
YT our ?tore, No. 171 Em t Bay, at half-past 9
O'ClOCk, . ; : rc !. ! OrtX-WTSt !.. i - "
' 16 barrels PICKED PIGS FEET . .
' 260 Good S. C. Canvassed Hams
600 poonda s. C. Smoked Loins oD : yy,
Siripa, D. s. Bellies, Shoalders, Ac .. .
? Conditions cash._ . fejMfl
Bj A. TOBIAS! SOH8.'A-:
PUBLIC- AUCTION:-CHOICE. tf'L D
COGNAC BRANDY, directly Imported from
France, . ' -'- .'- . - >'.*
THIS DAY, the 29th Instant, we wlli sell in
U. s. Bonded Warehouse, Klllott street, at U
? ejh'thl caatoSupertor<^NAO,BRA|pT
I ....... AMO?-.-"zp
146 oases (12 bottles each) Very Cholo?COGNAC
ERANDY V ??-*
260 cases (ia boriles each) Very. Superior Old
Cognac Brandy.. . di t .- Hu m .a .:. s ~K
AU of tue above of most approved brands. .
: condltlona-atsale. : .; ????i. ; i-M>M
Bj JOBS & MLlJrOB AYCo7~
T ADLESl ;S]^MP'tnr:^0^;.'B?1B
JU and Sundries. THU DAY, 28th, instant, at
hair-past.10 o'clock, we Will seJ- at Our Store, on
ACc:nnt"oT Manufacturers, "Ladles' White and
Colored SUITS, White Overs^irtfi, Cslored Over
skirts, Fancy Mourn log and P arpie Prints, Fancy
Cotton odes, Ken tucky Jeana, Bleached and Brown
shirting, Denims, BlorDrlU,Ticking. Bine Plaids,
White Plque,Ijnen Damask, Unen DrlllvVernon
Head and Lawn Pocket Handterchiefg. Hosiery,^
Gloves, Suspenders, _ Tack. . and. Embroidered
Skirts, Men's Black Felt Hats, Tooths' and Chil?
dren's Fancy Hats, Ac Conditions cash. -
ESTATE SALE .DEY.GOODS, Ac.
, Will sell THIS DAY, (Thursday) at the
store No. 138 Mealing street, near Market, at io
o'clock precisely,' .* . .'!.* . J
; The ?NTIRE CONTENTS OF SAID STORE, con?
sisting In part of OASSIMERES, satinets. Flan?
nels, sblrts and Drawers, Hosiery In great variety,
Packet and Table Cattery, ld Kegs Nails, Lamps,
Fish HOOKS, Paper Collars, and a large lot or Son* <
dry Articles, office Furniture, Desk?, Iron Safes,,
Counters, and - ? anons fine Old Sherry Wine.'
Term cash. Gooda io he removed same day.
feb29 li ni; : ? -. ? ,:. rt.Ty
Bj W. Y. LEITCH & R, S. BRUJ?S,
TESTATE SALE ?QF JEWELBY, SILVE?-v
Ali WARE, Watches, Diamonds, Ac. by order
ot ene Administrator or the Estate of JAMES ?. '
wiii.be sold at the Store Nc 287 King street, on
THIS EVENING. 29th Instant at 7 o'o'ock, ", "
- The entire STOCK. OP JEWELRY, Mt ver Ware, -
DlamondB, Watches, Kings. Clocks, Ac, Ac Tr>
Sether with the Fixtures, Counters, Show-Casea,
if, Ac. '
Terms enan. Ail articles to he delivered the-dar
after sale... feb?
By W. T. LEITCH & B, & BBUKB,
ELEGANT AND PINE FURNITURE AT
Will be sold at auction on FRIDAY, March l, at
our office, No. 85 Broad street,
' . BUREAU, Wardrobe and Waah Stand, Sofa,
Arm-Cbalrs In Crimson, Reception Chairs, Cham?
ber Set in Black Walnut, Chairs and Rooken ta .
Mohair, Writing Desk, Ac, Ac
Terms Casa._ leba?
Bj WM. McKAY. ! I "..
ESTATE SALE-HOUSEHOLD FURNI?
Will he sold TO-MORROW, 1st Instant, at resi?
dence No. 08 State street, opposite Vigilant En
glue-House, at lo o'clock,
The FURNITURE contained in said house, con?
sisting of Handsome Set Parlor Furniture, style
Pompadour; Fine Seven and a Quarter Octave
Rosewood Plano,'Four Carpets, Handsome Bed?
room set, Dlnlng-Room and Kitchen Furniture,
Range, Cooking Utensils, AC, AC._feb? *
Jli On TUESDAY, March 6th, 1872, at ll o'clock
A. M., the undersigned will sell.at.pjblicoutcry,
on Harrietville Plantation, ia St. Paul's Pariah,
The PERSONAL ESTATE of the late Ellas B.
Scott, cu ns lsting principally of one pair or Mules,
a fine stock of Cowa, Hogs and Sheep, Plantation *
and Farming Impleme J us, a Sugar Cane Crusher
and Boilers,' and :the Corn Mill known aa the
..Little Giant!? ? : 783 - ? ; ?
We win also offer the LEASE or said Plantation.?
Terms will be made known at the sale.
JOHN E. POYAS, I ?Tp-ntori .'?
JAMES PERRY, j BXecar0ra*
feb29-thsni8othB2o . :? i
-r Bj J. E. BOWERS.
TTEPER WARDS AUCTION STORE, if JU, j
U WlU sell on every WEDNESDAY, at Nc ?08 -
King street. FURNITURE, Ac, Ac .And will re?
ceive articles of any kind for sale unlimited,
wm attend to out-door sales In any part of the.
city. AU sales of Beal Estate attended to prompt?
ly. Regular Night Sales or Dry Goods, Cutlery,
and a general assortment of articles every Bight')
at quarter-past 7 o'clock. febST-totM. f
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
South Caro ina Dis ti let, Fourth Circuit.
Toe United States vs. John Fraser A LOO., James
Robb and- O. T. Lowndes. Trustees-In Equity. ,
Same vs. Bame-Supplemental BUL
Pursuant to the order of the Circuit Court ot.
the United states made in the above stated eases,1
the undersigned win sell at PnbUo Auction, in
the City of Charleston, on the second MONDAY of .
April next, commencing at 10 o'clock A. M.,
AU the REAL EST AT is set forth and described .
In the mortgage or 29ih of February, 1868, made
by T. D. Wagner and W. L. Trenholm to the ant
derslgde* as Trastees, on the following terms:
One third cash; balance in ono and two years,
seemed by bond bearing Interest1 wit h ^mortgage
or property and assignment of poUcy of lnsnr
surance. A foll description of the property to be
hen after given. JAMES ROBB, iqvnat*?? .
reb28 _o. T. LOWNDES; f ra^tces- ,
SLATEST, ET AL, VS. SLATERY, ET
- AL,-IN COMMON PLEAS.*
Pursuant to the orderof the Hon. B, F. Gra?
ham, Jndge or the First circuit, dated January
24: h, 1872, 1 will oder for sale, at Pabilo Auction, j
cn THURSDAY, the 14th day o' March, 1872, at
a o'ci ck A. M., at the Courthouse, hi the City ;
The following REAL ESTAT F :
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the three story ,
Brick Building thereon, situate Ou? Queen street,
in the City of Charleston, and known as No. 22,'
meas urina and containing in fr^nt on Queen,
streei.thirty (SO) feet, on the north Une twenty- '
two and a half (22X) feet alz inc hes, and in depth
one hundred and sixty-seven (107) feat, bethe
same more or less; bounding north on Lands M
now er formerly of williams Middleton, eaat on
Lands now or late or Benjamin Simons, south on
Queen street, and west on Landa now er late Of
All that LOT OF LAND, with the three-story
Brick Building thereon, situate on the northeast'
corner or Anson and Marget streets, in the City of -,
Charleston, measuring in front on Market street ; i
(24) twenty-four feet, by (67) sixty-seven feet In ?
depth on Anson street, more or less; bounding
north on land now or late of Thoma? Gadsden,
east on land late or estate or Robert Martin, south
on Market street, and west on Anson street.
The following LOTS uP LAND, with the four ?
Brick Ten ementa thereon, sitaste fi.- the corner of
Anson and Ellery streets, in the City of Oharies- ? '
ton, designated on pl it of same by the Nos. 1,2, '?
8 und 4, having the following measurements and
boundaries, more or less:
No. 1. Measuring eighteen feet seven Inches th "*
front on Anson street, ninety-four feet one lach
ia depth, by twenty feet on back line ?[
No. 2. Measuring eighteen feet seven lnche* in
front on Anson street, ninety-four feet one Inch .
in depth, and twenty feet on baok Une.
No. 3. Measuring ta front oa Anson street
twelve feet nine inches, by ninety-four feet one .'
inch in depth, by fourteen feet on the ck Uncfl
NO. 4. Measuring fourteen feet eleven inches la
front on Anson street, by ninety-four feet oae
inch in depth, and fourteen feet six, Inches .on
the back line. .
The passage ways betwren Nos. 1,2, s and 4,
are to ue need m common by the occupants ai .
me said Tenements. The lots on which these
Buildings stand, whic win beaold separately,
have, as a whole, the foUowlng boundary: north .
ou land now or late of Dr. Legare, weat on Anson
street, south on Ellery Btreet, and east on land
now or late of estate of Jones. A plat of the
same can be teen at my office.
Terms-une-tblrd cash; balance on a creditor
one and two j ears, secured by lond of pureba-.
er, mortgage or property 6old, and assignment or
the policies of Insurance. Purchasers io p iy for
papers, stamps and taxes for im ^ Q?YEBt