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Larpent Circulation - THE PAlLi'NEWS
BEING T'lE SZKii'.irER OFFICIALLY RE
COGNIZED AS IIA TINO THE LARGEST CIR
CCLA7I0X IX THE CITY OF CHARLFSTOX.
FC?LISHES HIE LIST OF LETTERS RE MA IX
JNG IX THE FOSTOFFU E AT THE EXD OF
EACH WEEK ACCORDIXG TO THE PROVIS
IOXS OF THE XEW SOSTOFFICE LAW:
MEETIXOS THIS DAY.
Marion Lorine, al 8 P. M.
Strict Observance Lodge, at half-past 7 P. M.
St. George's So?iety, at 12 M.
Marion Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
JEtna Fu"* Company, r cha?f-paat 8 P. M.
Charleston Fire Company of Axmen, at 9 P. il.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
J. A. EN8LOW & Co. wiil sell at ll o'clock, on
Brown's wharf, a cargo of sugar and molasses.
A. H. ABRAHAM & SONS will soil at 10 ./clock,
al tbeir salesroom, fla; ne-street, imported
wines, ?quor?, &c.
MILESDRAKE will sell at 10 o'clock, athis
atore, corner of King and Liberty streets, euoea,
hats and clothing.
WILLIAM UCKAY. will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
salesroom, Moo ting-street, furniture, whiskev,
THE DADA* NEWS PRICE COURENT AND COM?
MERCIAL CIRCULAR will he ready for delivery at
our connting-ioom at nine o'clock this morn?
ing. Single copies five cents. Orders for ten
11 copies and over will be filled at tb? rate cf two
j and a hal*, cents per copy.
BOBBERY. -Some adroit rascal euterod the
premises, No. 40 Yanderborst-strect-, the night
before last, and carried off a lqt of bedding.
LADIES' SHOES- BKOOVERED.- Three pairs of j
ladies' ahoee have been recovered, and are at
the Guardhouse for identification and delivery
to tho owner._
("EirEKG HIS BACON.-Jack Holloway, colored,
was sent to the Hou9e of Correction yesterday
for sixty days for stealing a barn froth the store
of Efiete & Chapman, King-street.
STOCK SALE.-Mr. Louis D. DeSauaaurfc sold,
yesterday, one hundred and forty shares of
Savannah and Charleston Railroad stock at
prices ranging from 154 to 15* per share.
BOUND OVER.-Riley, who thrashed the girl
for abusing him on tbe day before^esterday,
was bound over iu the sum of five hundred dol?
lars to keep ibe peace and answer the charge.
PICKPOCKET CAUGHT.-Fowler, tho colored
pickpocket, who stole a watch from a gentle?
man's pocket in Beaufain-street a few nights
ago, has been arrested, and is now in safe
FRUIT THIEVES.-John Davis and John
Small ware detected stea'ing fruit from the
store* of Mr? Livingston, No. 341 King-street,
and were sontenced by tho Mayor to twenty
dava each in the House of Correction.
THE^MONUMENTAL FAJE.-Friends ot the
..Washingtons" outside of the city, and espe?
cially in the districts of this State, are inform?
ed that anv contributions they may feel dis?
posed to make to the forthcoming festival, will
be gratefully received.
SELLING LIQUOH WITHOUT A LICENSE.-Offi?
cers Reed and Nipson reported Benjamin Roils
for selling liquor without a license, ic bis store
at the cerner ol Yanderhorst and Coming
streets, and ho was fined $100 by the Mayor,
or allowed tho alternative of paying $25 fine
and taking out a license immediately.
DEATH OF ALEXANDER H. MAZTCK.-A private
telegram rcoeivel in tho city yesterday, gave
information of the death of this well-known
citizen, which took place at. Graham's Cross
Roads, on Wednosday last. Mr. Mazyck was
well advanced in life, and had been for many
years librarian of the Charleston Library So?
PERSONAL.-The Rev. Everett C. Edgerton
was elected Chaplain of the Vigilant Fire En?
gine Company,-at tue extra meeting held on
We had the pleasure, yesterday, of meeting
D. J. Carter, Esq., editor and proprietor cf that
flourishing weekly, the Lancaster Ledge-, Mr.
Carter visits onr city to purchase additional
printing material, wt ich he finds necessary to
complete tue equipme nt of his office.
MONUMENTAL REMEMBRANCE_We under?
stand that the Ladies' Memorial Association
approached the Hibernian Society npon the
du bj ec t of erecting monuments over the graves
Of Captains Mitchel and Ryan, the former of _
whom fell afc Fort Sumter, and the latter at
Battery Wagner, and that the sooiety have de?
termined to take the? matter in hand them?
selves, and raise over the remains of those gal?
lant young Irishmen monuments commemora?
tive of their brief but glorious career.
THE GERMAN FIRE COMPANY.-The thanks of
THE NEWS are returned to the German Fire
Company for the kindly manner in which it
waa spoken of at the presentation meeting on
Wednesday night. Jnathe and Progress are
nur watchwords, and it is pleasant to know
that a largo and influential olaaa think well of
ocr endeavor to make THE NEWS the best, aa
it is the cheapest, daily newapaper ever pub- I
lished in South Carolina. THE NEWS takes off |
ita hat t o the German Fire Company, and wiahea
them every imaginable prosperity.
ADDITIONS TO THE PEOGRAMME.-At the
meeting of tho Board of Firemaatera, held
night before last, thc following additiona were
made to the regulations to be enforced on the
27th : ..?*..
Hose reels may precede the engines on the
run, but will start together. The men*runniu2
thc hose reels may extend one hundred feet of
hose, Attach the pipe and work the engine.
One oKcer from each steamer and hand engine
to be appointee" to inspect the boilers, suctions
and boxes, and to see that the brakes are
strapped down and secured in tho usual man?
NAVAL STORE3.-In reply to our correspon?
dent "Commer?a," we would mention that it
hos been our purpose to make the reporta in
reference to "naval stores' in the weekly mar?
ket atatement aa reliable aa possible, and it
?will be noticed that th? information in regard
to the articlo published thia morning ia more
complete than heretofore, and it ia our expec?
tation in the^future to give aa full intelligence
in regard to the transactions in this article as
can be procjred. There ia no reason why
Charleston should not become a large aur?.
leading market for the sale^of the products of
THE LUMBER TRADE.-With the valuablo
pine forests in tho lower part of this State, the
lumber trade or thia city should be laree and
prosperous. To show what may be done to
promoto tho business in thia articlo, Messrs.
Risley & Creighton shipped, per schooner Nel?
lie Carr, for Mayagues, P. R , a cargo of Caro?
lina bord pine, which was got out and careful?
ly pat np by our well-known lumber merchant8,
iMeaare. J. H. Steinmeyer & Co. The following
ia tt|fe very flattering report concerning it re?
ceived from the party to whom it was aent in
Porto Rico: "We have much pleasure to aay
that this cargo, as regards quality and assort?
ment, baa been of the very best landed here
in many years."
REAL E.->TATK S .VEE?.- Tit? market for real
estate w.is rather dollYesterday, and*only
pieces of property of small comparative value
were disposed of.
A. C. MeGillivray sold.under decree in equi?
ty, the tracts of land in --t. Andrew's. Parish
known as John's Islai.d Perry aud Wilkins"
tracts, five bundled acres in all, for $T00 cash.
Holmes <!fc Macbeth sold the Ten Mile House
and 1(300 acres of land in St. Stephen's Parish,
for 5100 and niortgaqe; also a tract containing
nine buodred and sixty acres, foi $250and mort?
gage; also seventy acres of Und in Laurens,
S. C., for $50. Terms cash.
ST. JOHN'S L?THZBAN* CHT nen. SABBATH
SCHOOL PICNIC-Thc teachers, sc', 'ars, pa
renls and friends ol St. John's Lutheran Chinch
go on a picn'.- to-day to Poi cher's Farm, on
the Northeastern Railroad. Tbe cars will
leave the station at halt-past 8 A. M. There
will be upwards of tluee hundred s .-holnrj and
forty-live teachers in attendance, aud many
parents and others interested. Without hav
iug any stated progranimo for the day, there
will, no doubt, be pleasures and pastimes in?
troduced to enliven tho occasion and render it
an exceedingly agreeable O?! The young ma
rooners have our best wishes.
AM?SEMENTS.-Hibernian Hall last night was
again "a banquet hal) deserted," and we be?
lieve there is more truth than poetry in the
current rumor that thc German Opera Com?
pany, which 'ed Southward under the man?
agement-or mismanagement-of Herr Grau
with so grand a flourish of trumpets, has col?
lapsed, and need not bc expected to till any
part of its engagement here or in tho other
Southern cities. We shall probably be without
amusements until Monday next, when Whit?
man i3 to return from Savannah with his spe:
tacnlar company, including the popular sfar,
Mies Jennie Kimball.
THE SHIP PACIFIC AND THE RUN XE KS.-It
seems that tho captain of this ship, unable to
?To'tain a crew here on such terms as he
thought reasonable, sent North for the neces?
sary compliment of tara. When they arrived
they took i? into their heads that they would
not go aboard, but being told that they must,
and given as an alternative a doao of "arm
lots," they yielded. The runners, we under?
stand, have been exceeding wroth at the
course of thc captain, and, report says, have
been using their influence to embarrass him.
It was found necessary to put an officer aboard
the vessel night before last, and nhen the run?
ners shot around the Pacific in their small
craft they were warned off, but had to be fired
into before they could be got rid off.
HOTEL AURTVALS, APRIL 22.-Pavilion Hotel.
James Armstrong, City; L. Buttle, Burnett,
Ga.; D. J. Carter, Laucastor; D. J. Moore, Co?
lumbia; D. B. McLauren, Statesburg; W. Hall.
Cowana; R. S. Moore, Clarondon.
Charleston Hotel.-C. J. Cohen, Philadelphia;
W. S. Montalk, Columbia; T. B. Joter, Uuion
ville; E. W. Olliver, Wmnsboro'; H. W. Cat
tinghani, Georgia: J. S. Emanuel, Waltorboro';
John R. Rounlree, Baltimore; L. S. Cragan,
Jr., Bo3t?iu: Charles Althorf, New York; Joseph
Haley, Patterson, Md.; G. \Y. McIntyre and
lady, Pennslyvania; 0. H. P. Stein, Mr. and
Mre. Quintard. New York; H. A. Soloniu>B,
Miss R. C. Solomons, Sumter; F. S. JobnsoD,
Georgia; J. C. Wilson, New York; L. Dumar,
Ballimore; Mrs. F. Dubois, son and daughter,
Mrs S. Holmes and daughter, New York.
THE UNITED STATES CO?BT, AFBLL 22.-HON.
GEO. S. BBYAN, PBESIDINO.-Numeroua peti?
tions for final discharge and Setting up ot
liens roferrofl, and Johr O. Edwards was finally
discharged in bankruptcy.
In Hie C<rouil lottH, tiro yaiura answered to
their names. The issue and inquiry dockets
were called, and the following cases referred to
Juries Nos. 1 and 2, ?ind as they rendered their
verdicts, the same were ordered to be publish?
ed and recorded : Sards vs. Pratt, $961, with
interest from 12th April, for plaintiff; Lewis vs.
Henegan, for plaintiff. $557 75; Price vs. Kirk?
patrick, for plaintiff, $1660 37; Baldwin ,-s. The
Laurens Railroad, for plaintiff, $652 88; The
United States against Herrick, for plaintiff,
$256 59; same verdict in the case of the United
States against L. H. Bryan; Daniels vs.
Holmes, for plaintiff, $1252 90.
EXPORTATIONS, FOBEION AND COASIWTSE.
There was cleared yesterday, tor Liverpool, by
Messrs. Ka von cl & Co., the British bark Agra,
with a cargo of 70 bags of s?m island, 2052 bales
of upland cotton, and 76 bbl*, rosin. The Bri?
tish brig Teresina, was cleared for a port iu
Great Britain, by Messrs. H. Mure & Co. with
472 bbls. spirij^ turpentine, 1336 bbls. rosin,
and 92 bbls. tar. Messrs. Ravenel & Co. also
cleared the steamship Magnolia, for New York,
having on board 5 bags sea island cotton, 504
bales upland cotton, 460boxes and crates vege?
tables, 75 bbK rosin, 115 bales domestics, and
sundries. Messrs. J. Si T. Getty c'.t arod the
steamship Prometheus, tor Philadelphia, with
200 tons South Carolina phosphites, 95 baled
cotton, 100 packages vegetables and sundries.
Also, the Spanish brig- Monjuich, for Barce?
lona, by P. J.'Esnard, with 300 biles upland
THE COLUMBIA FIBESIEN.-AS will be seen
by the follovriugparagraph, the Columbia Phoe?
nix cannot speak of the parade of the Fire De?
partment without sneering at Charleston h03
pitality and Charleston fair-dealing. The wri?
ter, whoevtr he mir be, knows as little of
Charleston as he does ot the spirit of the Co?
lumbia firemen, and is evidently oblivious of
the distinction between confidence and brass,
flippancy and sense :
Tho more wo read in our Charleston ex
chances of (ht excitement caused in our good
old "City By th? Sea" by the preliminary exer?
cises of the Fire Department, the inore ice are
amused at the idea of die Charleston boys beat?
ing our Palmettoes. who are to bo their guests
on tbat occasion. It is well to bo hank at all
times, ard in saying what we now say wc mo?
feas aud ?''iah provo that w. aro frank in vhat
wo say-our boys will beat the Charleston boys
if they hat.e anything- 'ike a fair showing
:n respect to the weight of the engins and tlic
number of men engaged, and the condition of
REPonrEBs' CBUJIBS.-A number of persjns
are visiting Sullivan's Isiaud, now that the
Moultrieviile House :'s open.
Archor'j Bazaar wants a number of youths
to learn the business.
While the Vigilants were practicing on Wed?
nesday night, Lawrence Fisher fell and tho
wheel of the hose reel ran over his hand, cut
tiug it slightly.
The Board of Supervisors of thc High School
meet at" the Mayor's office to-day to elect a
second assistant teacher.
All dogs ?iund at large witbout a badge
after tho first of May will bo killed.
The Monumental Fair committee will meet
at the Masonic Hall on Monday evening.
The Committee vt Council, appointed to
overlook the drawing of the local jury, will
probably begin their labors to-day.
The Phoenix ran off oue of her wherls on
Wednesday night during a trial in Meeting
The streets were alive last evening with
steamers and Land engines, undergoing the
test to be applied on next Tuesday.
AU tho windows, bolcoubs and eligible
places of outlook on Meeting-street, have been
treated for by the lady friends of the firemen.
The several slight accidents that have oc?
curred so far. admonish our firemen to bo par?
ticularly careful of life and limb whon they en?
gage in the bona fide contest.
THE GALAXY FOB MAY.-Charles Reade's new
novel, "Put Yourself in His Place," is conlir.
ued, and, so far, maintains thc interest which
was felt io the firs* chapters. It bids fair to he
tho best of Reade's works. "A Desultory De?
nunciation of English Dictionaries'' is a queer
compound of sense and nonsense. "Pairs and
Repairs," by Lucretia P. Hale, is a woll written
story. Mr. McCarthy's paper on "Enshsh To?
ryism and its Loaders" is well written. "A
Great Advocate, Jumes T. Brady," is a contri?
bution thai will bc toad with interest. "A
Choir of Songsters" comprise a collection of
poems, which arc for the most part well writ?
ten. "The Galaxy Miscellany" contains "A
Tcxa3 Ride," " Captain Kidd-Why he was
Hung." "Ibo Gastronomical Almanac," "Les
Potits Italiens," " Acuteness," and " George
Frederick Cooke in New York," all of which are
very rcadablo, interesting artic-es. "Drift?
wood" and "'Literature and Art" arc also ex?
cellent. Tho editor's "Nebulae" are, as usual,
sprightly and entertaining. On the whole the
Galaxy for May is tully calculated to retain the
good opinion of the reading public.
MEMORIAL DAY.-At an extra meeting of the
Ladies' Memorial Association, held yesterday
afternoon, at the Home, in Broad-atrcct, ar?
rangements were made for tho observance of
the approaching Memorial Day, tho 10th of
May next. Tho exercises will be open',? ..u
a pra\er by the venerable Dr. ^Foun Bachman,
after which an address will bo delivered by a
distinguished Southern author, who has been
invite 1 to be present. Two original odes wdl
be contributed, one by a lady of Charleston and
the other by a prominent Southern poet, and
whilo the second odo is being sung the decora?
tion will take place. The raiiioads have agreed
to carry visitors to the ground, and thus af?
ford ample facilities for a very large attendance.
It is expected that all the tombstones will be
up, before Memorial Day wbich will greatly
add to tha appearance of the hallowed spot
where lib, aide by aide, thc bones of-our fallen
brave. The ladiea of the different cburchea in
tho city are requested to take charge of the
de ;oration of the graves in the city church?
yards. Contributions of garland will b3 called
for as usual from tho different residences, and
all who possibly can, are earnestly requested
to have in readineas some floral token. At the
gate ot the Cemetery boxes will bo placed for
the reception of denationa to aid in defraying
the expen?C3 of keeping thc grounds in order.
SCHUTZES FEST, MAY 5, 0 AKD 7.-The Schulz
eugesellschafe, or Gorman ll flo Club, of this
city, have determined to give a " 1 'oiksfesl,"
this apriug, which ahall exceed in splendor
and attraction anything of thc kind which has
ever before been attempted hi Charleston. It
will be made to resemble, as far aa possible,
thc same celebrations in the larger German
towna, and every amusement will bc afforded,
from a menagerie and circua to tho graceful
dance-thus making it attractive, not only lo
our German population, but to all clsesea ol'
residents and visitors.
In preparation for this grand/cic, which will
take place May 5, 6 and 7, thc club have greatly
improved their handsome grounds at the
Schutzenplatz, opposite Magnolia, and hare
erected au extensive ohed to accommodate
those visitors who ruay desire to engage in the
masterly and exciting aport of rifle shooting.
The rifle clubs of thc neighboring eil iee of
Atlan'.a, Augusta, Savannah and Columbia, aa
aho the c'.uba of Now York, Jorco; City and
Waahiugton, hive been invited and wili proba?
bly uttend. It ia ?utondcd to be an event for
Charleston, a three-Jays holiday for her peo?
ple, and au attraction to thousands of visitors
who will speud lboir money among us.
In the German citioa, where these festivals
have been held animally for hundreds ot' years,
it la cuatuiuat j t\-i tho Mwrotaawto ot- ttm-ottiy
where thc festival ia held, and of adjoining
towns, toproacnt tire club tilth ?>oc im ens of
their wares, which aro diatribnted as prizes to
tho succoEBfol competitors ii the sports, and
be*)? thus publicly exhibited and also noticod
in the local presa, servo as an excellent adver?
tisement for the goneroua donor. The advau
tago thus to be domed was quickly appreciat?
ed by tho merchants and manufacturers of
New York last year, and their d mat iona to the
National Volkafeac which was given by tho
Schutzengeseilschaft of that city were very
numerous and ot great value. ?Some of the
Gorman merchants of Ibis city, acquainted
with this custom iu their nativo laud, have al?
ready signified thoir iutention to mako very
handsome donations of th.s kind to ho clnb of
this city, for their approaching festival. To
accommoda 'o them and othors who aro similar?
ly disposed, thc committee of arrangements
have designated the fancy goods store uf ?'r.
You Santeu. ou King-street, as a depot, where
gifts intended as prizes will be recoivod, and
kept on exhibition until tho commencement of
The programme of the "Volksfest" will ap?
pear in a few days, as soon as the preparations
li US I NESS NOTICES.
HGBLEX TOB IXE SOOP, fish, clam chowder,
boiled mutton, Ac, arc to be among the a'.trac?
tions of Torck'a lunch table this foreuoon,
R. MARTIN, NO. 91 Market-street, baa juat
returned from the North with a aplendid atock
of mcn'B, boy's and children'a fur, wool and
straw hats; alao, a large and varied assortment
of boota and oboes, which he is offering- i*t
fair prices. Those in want of articles in his
line will find it to their advantage to givo him
an carly call.
CLOTHDIO.-MI. Wm. Matt'iiessen bas re?
ceived a large and attractive stock of spring
clo'hing md furnishing goods for men, youths
and boys. Tho atcck compriaea all the new
stylea of goods and garments, aud every va?
riety of furnishing gooda. The tailoring de?
partment is supplied with choice spring cloths,
caesimere3 and coatings, which aro made to
order under the care of a French cut tor. Mr.
Matthiessen haa been in the business fortwen
ty-five years, and his establishment is noted
for low prices and prompt attention, whilo his
stock is always the V2t< uteara of the fashions.
DoTTEUErt's Gn.ux MILLS.-J?r. S. Gourdin
Pinckuey, for a long lime connected in a re?
sponsible position with the Express Company,
has purchased au interest ia these extensivo
mills, comer of Calhoun and Alexander streets,
and is prepared to supply at the shortest no?
tice grist, corn-meal, pea-mcal (aa excellent
article of food for cows,) and fcod of all kinds.
The gentlenieu connected with these milla,
Messrs. Dotterel and Pinckuey, are Charles
tonians, of enerby and enterprise, and deserv?
ing of "public .patronage. Orders can be left
at Fogartie'a and Holmes' booV stores, Walker
Evans cfc Cogswell's, and J. A. Quackeubush's,
East Bay. Orders for Articles for shipment
must bo given by half-past 10 o'clock, A. M.
No extra charge made for drayage. Mr. Picok
ney baa entire control of the business, and will
endeavor to give evorv satisfaction to those
who may favor him with-their trade.
PERiOro WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care and fa?te can havo their orders
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each case bo
given 39 to the style of coloring preferred.
Apnl 22 3mos?
Jab Cops, <?lr.
LATEST ARRIVAL' flF MWl???S,
ll. M A H T IN'S. '
No. 91 HARKK T-STREET.
THE CIT?ZEN5 OF CHARLESTON WILL
please lake notice (hat I have just returned
from tha North witta a splendid anil most fashion?
able Stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's FUR.
WOOL and S1RAW HATS.
My Stock consists m part of : Fur and Straw Hats,
Gen s' Broadway Hat*, Gents.' i-oft Hats, stiff Rim
Hats, Cloth and soft fiat?. Children's Hats. Summer
Hats, fine Pauama Hats. Gents' Slraw Hat?, Club
Ha's. Pearl Alpine. Black Beaver, Pearl Beaver,
Pi-arl anil B'uck Velocipede. White Bsavcr. ounce;
Pearl Beaver, plauters'; Boys' Straw Hat*.
A Iare.e aud varied assortment of ROOTS AND
SHOE??. R- MARTIN,
No. 91 Market-street,
Next Hart'! Hardware store.
April 23 _ fl s2
CITIZEN AND MILITAR? CHEAP GLACED
Black and Drab Felt Hst?, 50c, 75c, il .
Picnic Umbrellas, 75c , $1. $1 25
Picnic Straw Hats, lev., 25c. 50c, 75c.
STEELE'S HAT HALL,
No. 313 King-striet.
April 9 13 Sign cf the Big Hat.
Shirts an) ?oobs.
THE REASON WHY
C S H
O T I
T A.? R,
AREPREFERRED OVER ALL OTHER STYLES OF
Shirts in the marker, is to be found in the recog?
nized superiority of their
A ND FIT.
Just received a LARGE STOCK of the above
named popular make of Shirts, made expressly for
our trade, which are offered at reduced prices.
Also, Undershirts, Drawers, Handker.
chiefs, Socks, Suspenders. Gloves, Col?
lars, Cravats, Bows, Ties, Scarf?, and every?
thing pertaining to a gentleman's toilet, at
MEEIING-ST, NEARLY OPPOSITE THE MARKET.
Jauuary 1 6mos
Prags, Chemicals, tu.
THE ONLY CEUTA EN
RAT DESTROYE R
sealed au-1 warranted to
keep fresh for all time
the greatest dis ovory
I of its kind In tba ago wo
Uve in. No person need
p be trouped with RATS,
MTr'"P vtrn VtTTrte m
ROACHES, for Mr. Isaacsen's destructive remedy is
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapness ls
as wonderful as its efficacy. Hundreds of testimo?
nials have been received (rom all parts of tho United
The great advautagc this SURE POP possesses
over all similar preparations is the FACT that it ls
Certain In Its Effects,
and free from thc unpleasantness of rats dying in
their holes, aa it causes them tr? lea vc. the premises
to seek air, and consumas them so entirely as to
No Disagreeable Odor.
Numbers of references can be made to
Persons In this City,
who have successfully used it.
SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
DOW IE & MOISE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Corner Meeting aud Hasel-streetsx
April 23 mwl timo i horle?"on, S. C.
M E N-IVO .>! E 5-A S ? CHILDREN !
MKS-WOMEN-AND CHILDREN J
"Cooling to Scalds and Burns,"
"Soothing to ali painful wounds." Ac
.Healing to ali Sores, ulcers." Ac.
'COSTAA'S' BUCKTHORN SALVE
Is the most extraordinary R\LVE ever known. Its
powor of Soothing and Hi-aliUfT for all Cut'', Hum?,
Bruisrs. Sores. Ulcer?, Chapped Hands and Skin, for
sore Nipp es, tor Piles, fcc -is without a paral?
lel. Uno person says of it: ''I would not bc with?
out a box lu my house, if il cost S5, or 1 had to
travel all th . way to New York tor iL"
[X. I'. Evening Sews, ?rplember 5.
?y ?ll Druggists in CHARLESTON sell it.
?: COSTAIi'S "
Bitter-sweet nnd Orange Blossoms.
Or.,- Bottle, $1-Three tor ?2.
"CostarV Kat, Roach, &c. External's.
"Cottar's" Bcd Bug Exterminators.
"CostarV (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Remedies known."
' ! : I Hewar ?I ! I of spurious tmltitionr."
"All Druggists iu CHARLESTON sell them "
'. COSTAR," No. 13 Howard-st., N. Y.
Sold in CHARLESTON, S. C. by
GOODRICH, AVINEMAN & CO.
March 23 DAO IJT
EOS AD A LIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Everywhtttt
July H oie Ui
Q ll ARLESTON AGRICULTURAL
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGRICULTURAL I il PL EMEXTS, GARDES
OEO. E. PINGREE.
Nc. 140 Meeting-street, charleston.
March 24 , 6mo
D?TTERER'S GRAIN MILS,
Corner Caliionn aud aYlexandcr-strcets.
MANUFACTURES GRIST. CORS HEAL, PEA?
VE AL, ami feed ot all kinds. Family orders
supplied by waeron. Having purchased an interest in
the above il ill. 1 am now prepared to supply my
friend?. Those desiring to (rive me their custom
can do so by leaving their cards at either of the fol?
io * in? places where boxes will be fouud : Fogartle'a
Book .-tors. King-street ; Southeast corner of Meet
in^-sireet; Walker, Evans k Cogswell, Brood-street;
J. A. Qnacseuhush, East Bay. Orders for aoods to
be :h!ppe<l mu'-t . o left hy half-past Ten o'clock, A.
M. Nocharge made tor cliayane. All communica?
tions addressed to S. GO?UUIN PINCKNEY.
Q BI NIB ITS LLVU TO MAGNOLIA.
THE (? VB 'CRIBER WOULD RESPECTFULLY
announce to thc citizens ot Charleston that be has
established a LISE OF OMKIBTJ5E-?, under the
Superintendence nf Mr. H. GATES, to run from
corner Meeiiogand Linc streets to Magnolia Avenue
ai.d the 1 bri c Mile Bouse.
These omnibuses will li ave oich terminus every
half hour Irom 9 A. M. to 12 M., and pver.f quarter
hour from 2 to 6 I'. M., ind will run every day.
Fare 10 couts.
A strict ndhoier.eeto Schedu'e guaranteed.
Arrangements cnn be made for Picnic Panics,
at Stage Office, corner lise and Meeting streets.
April 21 wig_ROBERT GRAHAM.
Kl I?AWBERRI1?S !
?VTUNAN'S CELEBRATED STRAWBERRIES
i.1 for sale at tt>e strawberry Beds, west end of
Nunan-i-trcet. near the northern terminus Of But
ledgc-street line of the City Balway.
These are thc only Berries that will bear shipping
to diitant points. All orders for shipping shall be
promptly attended to. G. NUNAN.
SHOW CASES! SHOW CASES !
ALL SIZES AND STYLES CONSTANTLY ON
HAND and for sale. Toy9. Trimmings, Must-'
ca) Instruments, Stationery. Base Balts and Fancy
Goods, Ac, kc. ?
stamping, Braiding and Embroidering neatly exe?
cuted. W. McLiAN.
March 31 lino No 433 King-street.
REFINED FAMILY LARD
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
Ask your Grocer for our brand of
Lard In these Packages.
Pack?J 3 ?, 6 lb." 10 lb Caddies 60 lb case? for
shipment. Cheapest mode for selling Lard. Scud
lor Price List. Imo_April 8
EJJCEIVfcID BY LATH. IMPORTATIONS, A
choice assortment ot ri A NO FONTES, at
strictly lector* prices; wuran'cd for five years.
Also, eight dltforcut styles of Cabinet Organs and
Uoludi'O H, if I bc bc-t milkers.
Purchaser.! about i-clectiug an instrument are in?
vited to call and examine thc supply ot excellent
instrumente now offered for sale. In addition to the
"h"T. .*?? <m*>w?ii?(l hoes to eall ni ton ri on to his
fino stock or Mu6lc.il Instruments and Musical Mer?
chandise, ot the be*t quality Foreign and American.
A large an i varied collection of Mus'c Books, with
late ai'd fashionable Shoe*. MU? ic on hand, and re?
ceived as soon as published.
Boosey k Co '* popular a'andard of correct and
cheap Music Publications, from easy to the most
diiU' ult, to suit all tastes. Catalogues fr?e on ap?
PIANO FORTES kept for Hire.
PIANO FORTES and other Musical Instruments
tuned, repaired, taken In exchange and bought,
COK \ IC It IC I \ G AND BKAUFAIS,
Xf3F" ENTRANCE THIIlD DOOR FROM KING.
March 23 turimo
Tin Plate, Sheet-Iron, Wire, and
all other tinsmith's goods, for
sale hy William Shepherd, No. 17
Hayne-strcet, Charleston, S. C
FROM 4 TO 350
horso power, including the
celebrate! Corliss Cat-ail
Engiucs, slide Valve Sta?
tion?r" Enginos, Portable
Engines, Ac: Also, Circu?
lar Alulay und Gang Saw
Mill?, Su^ar Cane Mils,
h baiting. Pullar*, Ac, Lath
and Mungle Mills. Wheat
?k- \ t a -i < jm and Corn Mills, Circular
My M TlisHT Saws. Bell inc, Ac. Scud
Ta---for descriptive Circular und
WOOD A MANX STEAM KNC3INE CO..
february 18 6mos Utica, New ?ork.
frn ?noto, (Ste.
J. Fe. READ & CO.
WE HAVE NOW OPENED A NEW AND COM
PUS IE STOCK Of
FANCY DRESS GOODS'.
Comprising BLACK AND COLORED SILKS,
Foullard Silks, Japanese Poplins, colored. Striped,
and Chocked Silk*, Mourning rtlaS,Colurcd Lusttes.
Leno*, MczuinhirjueH, Mu>liu and Cambric Hobes,
Prlr.lcd LAWUS. Pcroalc-i and Peques, Silk und Worst?
ed Figured GieuaJiues, Ac Ac
We also call attention to ? ur vinetis.s ot'
BLACK DRESS GOODS.
ALPACA, BOMBAZINE, TAVilSF. 3-1 and 8-4
BABEGES, f ra]?c M?ret!es and ?rcnadiue, Hern??
n-es, lu variety, Canten Cloths, Mu vin? and Te
The mo:-t extensive assortment ot LACE SHAWLS
ever before offered in Charleston.
We are now prepored to show our customers:
BLACK FREoCH LACE P01N I'S, from S4 to $25.
Blacli Pusher lnoc Points, from $23 to $33.
super Llama Lace Points, from ?23 to HW.
Black Merino and Cashmere SHAWLS, Black and
White Silk Uienadiic shawls, Printed Broche
Shawl*. Colored Fancy Challie Shawls, White and
Ulack Barege Shawls, shetland 1 ha* 1?, Bhv-b Silk
Coverings. Together with many other new and
striking novelties to be fouud in our
CLOAK AND SHAWL KOOJI.
SPRING OF 1869.
We are now prepared lo offer a full assortment of
all styles-lt O UN it, ?.QUARE AND 00?AGON, in
Burlies, Fringes and Lace
Especial attention is called to our novel!y.
SUN Ol G UL" LL AS, IN VARIETY.
J. R. RE^D & CO.,
No. 236 KING, OPI03ITE HASEL-BTBEET.
April 12 rc wi 3m03
?lubing on?) /er?isfyij (Snobs.
GREAT ATTRACTION !
. . **.-.?
No. 291 King-stree*
Corner of Wentworth.
AN ELEGANT SUPPLY OF
Spring Wot hing and Furnishing
FOR MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS, ES
Now Opeifed and Offered at Low Prlcee.
The Stock comprises all tbe new Styles of GOODS
AND GARMENTS introduced this season. Pur?
chasers are invited to call and examine the stock and
make their selection?. 1
IN GREAT VARIETY,
STAR BRAND SHIRTS 1
Which I have been selling for twenty-five years,
noted for tboir GOOD i-IT and Durability, lhere
are four qualities of them.
A LARGE LINE OF
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS,
Viz : THE BIRON'S, THE DICKENS, SHAKES?
PEARE, THALBERG. EGBERT, GAROTTE,
BISHOP, Ac. fer., Ac.
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT,
Cholee French, English and American
CASSIMERES AND COATINGS,
Wh'chwill bc MADE UP TO ORDER in the best
manner, under the care of a first-class French
B. W. DIcTUHEOUS, Superintendent.
April 23 30
ON NEW YORK,
For ?ale by GEO. W. WILLIAMS A 00.
Apt il 10 m wi 1-2
Dairfycs, JciDfln), (tic.
JAMES E. SPEAK,
No. 235 KING-STREET,
OPPOSITE ff A SEC,
DESIRES TO CALL 1HE ATTENTION OF HIS
friends and the public oencrady to his stock of
FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER PLATED
WARE. AND FANCY GOODS, which he has Just
received ot of tho latest style?, and disposing of at
very reasonable prices.
SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES of aU kinds.
GLASSES BEFITTED TO SUIT ALL EYES.
JEWELRY carefully repaired. Diamonds and
other precio un Stones set to order.
Mr. G. W. JAI HO having returned, is in charge
of tho WATCH DEPARTMENT, aud all Watches for
repairs will bc under his aupervl-lou.
April 13 mwflmo
PANUNI. HEPATIC SITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AXD ALL DU EASES OF TI1E
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TnEV ARE RECOMMENDED 07 THE
MEDICAL FA CULT "V.
HEGEMAN Sc CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YOEE.
CHEMIST AID AT0TH5CABY,
ttg-For Sale by Druggists Every where.SXk
Februaiy 15 mwflyr
J. B HEAI10, N. Z. I W. J. HEir.D, NORFOLK.
c. w YOUNO, x. X. I r. E. OOODBIDOE, PORTSMOUTH.
JT^EARD, YOUNG di CU.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 31? Washington-streit,
NE fV YORK.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE SALE OF
EARLY VEGEGABLE9, FRUITS,
REFERENCES.-Governor Z. D. Vance, Charlotte;
W. D. Reynolds A Bro., Norfolk; E. G. Ohio. Super?
intendent S. A R. Railroad, Portsmouth; Colonel a.
L. Fremont, E. E. Burras?. Esq., Wilmington; H.
K. Thurber A Co., Lancbran & Egbert, New York ;
Bernard O'Neil', Charleston; Alexander A Russell,
Savannah. 3mo3 April 2
imported Wines. Liquors, ?cc. "f"
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
THIS DAY. thc 23d instant, at 10 o'clock, wo will
sell at our salesroom, No. 35 Hsyno-street,
i cases imported CHAMPAGNE, 2 casks Bitters >
8 cases imported Brandy. 6 bbls. Whiskey
23 cases imported Rhine Wine, 7 bbls. (119 dozen)
1 cask imported Brandy, 40 boxes Soap
3 casks imported Gin, 10 boxes Adamantine Can?
3 casks imported Ale, Leask imported Bum
20 cases White Lead, containing 8 cans, 25 tts. each,
i lermf-Amounts under 1100 cash: all over that
'amount 30 days, with approved notes.
April 23 V
Muscovado Sugar, and New Crop Muscovado
and Cub* Molasses, per schooner Minerva,
BY J. A. ENSLOW&CO.
Will be so'd THIS (F/ldey) MORNING, the 23d
inf tant, at ll o'clock, alongside the schooner
Minerva, ljicg at Brown's wharf,
176 BOXES GOOD GROCERY SUGAR
103 barrels good Grocery Sugar
300 barrels New Crop Cuba Molasses
51 hhds. Muscovado Molasses.
Hoots, Shoes, Hats and Clothing.
BY MIXES BRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell?t my
store, coiner of Kir? and Liberty streets,
100 cases BOOTS AND SHOES, just received, con?
sist Lng of:
Casts MEN'S CALF P. 8. BOOT8
Cases Men's Calf Congress and Oxford Ties
Cases Men's Calf and Kip Balmorals, Brogans ?ad
M al afc offs
Cases Ladles' Serge Congress and Balmorals
Cases Womon's Goat Bootees
Cartoons Ladles', Mis?es' and Children's Shoes-va?
rious styles .
75 dozen Men's and Boys' Alpine Hats.
A full line of SEASONABLE CLOTHING.
Sale, without reserve, of the Entire Contents of
Three Families Leaving the City.
Will nell 1HTS DAY, Friday, 23? instant, at lt)
o'clock, at No. 135 Meeting-street,
The above for cash only, ou day of aale. . . i
Br rrels WHISKEY, GIN and POTATOES, anAran
dty it deles of Notions,' Counteis,- Ito., to pay s toma*
and advances. Purchasers must come prepared to
pay tbiB day. _m_j_April 23
Auclioh of Agricultural Implements.
KNOX, DALY & CO.,
No. 130 Meeting-street, eor. Wentworth,
WH1 sell on MONDAY, 26th instant; commencing at
Ino. ENTIRE STOCK of a house retiring from
business. , '.. '
Conditions cash._April l& "
Auction Sale of Porlo*Rico Sugars and Mo?
KY RISLEY & CREIGHTON,
Will be sold at Auction, THURSDAY, 29th instant,
at ll o'clock. A, M., on Accommodation wharf,
THE CARGO EX SCHOONER NELLIE CARS, front
Mayaguez, P.R, as follows:
100 hbds. Cheleo and Extra PORTO RICO GROCERY
11 bbls. Choice and Extra Porto Rico Grocery Su?
75 puncheons Choice and Extra Porto Rico Mo?
12 tierces Choice and Extra Porto Rico Molasses.
Terms of Sale - For amounts of $1000 and under,
cash will be required; over Mut amount thirty days',
city- acceptance will be received, or one por cent. dis?
count allowed. April S3 . ',
BY G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
: NO 31 Broftd-street, South side, near
At Private falo
FIBSC CLASS SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTA?
Valuable Rice Plantations
Valuable Upland Plantations and Farms
Extensive ana Valuable Manufactories, Mill Sites
and Delightful summer Residences in vari ont
parts of the South.
HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS Of all sizes, prto
and descriptions In every port of the city,
january 25 mwt3mo
SjUlHai ??inkis. (Eic.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND QUALITY.
AFULL STOCK OF WHITE PINE. FROM fi Ta?
li inches thick, clear and weR seasoned. - -
The attention of Builders and others ls erpecialrtr
Mahogany, Black Walnut, Hickory, Ash, Whit*
Oak, Poplar Boards and Planks, Bo-ewood and Ma?
hogany Venere. Newels, Balusters, Ac; alea at
Manufacturer's Prices, Saches, Blinds, Doors, and all
kinds of Mouldings.
Spruce Spars and Ladders, all lengths; Shingle?,.
Laths, fcc, constantly on band and for sale in quan?
tities to Butt purchasers, by
LH. HALL A CO.,
Successors tc. late J. N. Wood, Agent,, .
Northwest corner Market-street and East Bay. . "
ISAAC HALL, New York.)
I. H. HALL._)_mwf Aprils
STEAM SASH, BLIND
L. E. CORDRAY & CO.,
No. 2 PRITCHARD-STREET,
OPPOSITE J. r. TAYLOR A CO.'S MACHINS,
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, alway?
PANEL DOORS, HOT HOUSE SA8HE8,'
MOULDINGS, Ac, made ap at short no?
tice, and at the lowe3t terms.
L. E. CORDRAY..C. A. TROUGHS
March 23 3mo
sum? CAROLINA RAILROAD
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHABLEBTOS. H. C., April 9, 1869. ' I
ON ANT) AFTER SUI-DAY,'APRIL?. Ilm, THU
PASSKCOEB TRAINS of the South Car otu*
Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. Ki
Arrive at Augusta.Hi P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
FOR COLUMBIA. . .,,
Leave Charleston.:..co A. M.
?rr.ve at Columbia.6.10 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road, mc Camden train.
Leave Augusta.9.00 A. M,
Arrive at Charleston.5.10 P. M.
Leave Columbia...7 45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. Iff,
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Lesve Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.5.10 A. M.
Connecting with traine lor Memphis, Nashville,
and New Orleans, vis Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.*JJ P- JJ
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.?. *.
Arrive at Columbia..?.\':*xir*z!J?JX
Connecting (Mindays excepted) with Greenville and
Leave Columbia.5.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A st,
Leave Charleston.3.35 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. 5.10 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.36 A BI
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains on Mow
DAYS, WErsESDATs and SATUBDATSJ connects with
up and down Day Passengers at KlngvlRe.
Leave Camden....6.85 A. M.
Arrtv e at Columbia.ll.08 A VL.
Leave Columbia.2 20 P. sf?
Arrive at Camden.7.05 P. M.
Signed; H. T. PEA KR,
April 10 General Superintendent,