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J HJBffS BU XMAS T.
-Cotton doied in Liverpool easier ali Hld
for oprandfl, and 12? J for Orleans.
-Io Now York*cottou closed 8toady at 28a
-OOM after great exoitement and activity
closed at 86f.
-Ah' In cuan, tribe has actually been found
with, a willingness io work for a living-the
Navajoes. dre . '
' -Greeley saya the withdrawal ol Minister
Hale "relieves our foreign service of a stain."
.Bot how will it b3 if Sickies is sent in his
-It has been discovered that a large and
.strong : Republican society exists among the
troops stauoued near Naples. Numerous ar?
rests have been made. .
-A Texaa gentle man has received a quan?
tity of silkworm eggs from France through
the poet. Some of the eggs hat ohed on the
way, and the vor UM were living on their ar
-Forney's Washington paper, howls, over
the defection of a large number pf , negroes
from the ranks of the Badioal party in that
city. It calls chose truly loyal" black1 men
-The Richmond Enquirer and Examiner is
mach pleased with "che a acion of the Virginia j
CoDservative Convention* lt sa}*?: "We shall
beat tfie carpe t-b a ? gera. ' The verdict is al?
ready renderod." - : ,
-Ia a communication to the St. Louis West?
liche Post, forty j o? a g Gormans, of Kap? as
City,- Mo., oom palin of k wast of yoong women
at tb- latter place, and invite marriageable,
espi e olly. German, women to come lhere,
prom ' ling to marry them right off. *
-?? rv and Mr?. Brophy, and a girl na m ?d
Joha . ii '.loach, aged.tWyeois, residing at Ne.
1207 AJder-otreet, Pmladt lphia. were severely
burned (Miss Brophy and' the girl probably
totally.) by .the ex plo non of a can of coal oil,
vrfcleh the girt was pouring OD the fire.
- ty Delaware tribe or Indians, it is stated,
has (go no ont of exist euc 3. The ci vi lix 3d por?
tion of the ribo became citizens of Kansas, in
" April, tOOT, ?ml -?bo- ywmbmkatmm) w*mti*
bean incorporated will? the Cheroke?s. Not?
withstanding these tac ta, it is asserted that an
Indian r ??nt, regularly drawing a salary, con?
tinues to be appointed. Large quantities of J
?applies ate said to be .drawn for Indian tribes
thafhave died out.,,
-Tho English picas continue to review air.
Sumner's speech on the Alabama claims, wh ch j
ooAaions no little anxiety in political circles.
The Times, at the conclusion of a long arti
.1. ,.R II i >t?.wiim>j. piunimtiai mu iimrmTrtili
. ivat thebeginning of the rebellion vasa pro?
hibition, not an authorisation, of the blockade '
runners. The only real evil caused by it vas
the position gi ven to the Alabaua io English
ports, which point would have come within
.the operation of the rejected treaty.
-The ramie, tba nov gmo said to be suita?
ble for t e manufacture of paper, to about to J
be cultivated in Egypt, several Pachas having
-written to the United MMe* tooofainthesoed.
The papyrua, from which the! name of paper is
derived, vas first grown along the banks of |
the Nil? for the nee of the scribis of Alexan?
dria, and the concoction between the primitive
and the m : darn ma tonal to worth y of notice as
a sign that Egypt to waking np to th? advance
of artiliaatjon, j ? ). ,. ? im^u suav aiyii
-Emigrttion from England to the United
States, tt is reported, viii hereafter be Byste-1
? Leadingmembers of the
a. aided bv liberal carjiiaJ
if is stated,- have turned
to emigration aa a means
f for the operativas. Tte spinners, ant?
now on a' sfrikewin"'be aided to emi
JgaJja^'fnda co remittee of three or five of the
towrarae w'iW?*tpn'arc ^dtnt'ooming to the
tates, to obtain information, and on
rptq EogLanjJ, will es .ablish a bureau
^?Migration te London,
tc TT^hAB;transpired that the dmpatoiies from
Htooeral Rosecrans, received on Friday, ooa
teineg.e Utreet rirdp^ont^ the-Mexfcan
OoWrnnenfe to cede io the United States a
eattak^/portjop of ^s~f^t^.for ^specified
txt gold, Uwehjpct being, evidently, to ro?
by ?uoh a ?sato Ute present depleted
of Mexico/' The territory which it to
proposed to codeines- on the Gulf of California,
" andVberi?T?fi to mclode tho States of Sonora !
and Santos. The. n?goci?tiou originates with
Soj^r), Bojn?re, bo? they, of course, meet the
ral of Pr?sident Juarez. No conclu sion
r Vthc Cabinet, and it to likely
Will be subjected to so ve?
nions before any decision ia made,
v -The Baltm ore Comraoreial remarks that it
toftmndby a careful investigation into the
..a^au.otsaV ritstywr's crop,. and theac selling
-prices, ?hilt tne South retains about $200,000,
^OOOgold from them. It to knowu that there is
little debt there, the general crash having
'easass&eway everything dove to the founda?
tion, and economy ot ?pendttureehaving been
aube tit ut od for extravagance. Taking one
State for a^ftexa*.hap over 3,600,000 head of
cattle within be* limits, and san export 1,000,"
tJOOannuelly-better be-.t at low? rates than
nan be furnished from any other' section. The
freed people are working contentedly for
'wages, and instead of causing trouble, .he only
trouble that we hear of ia that, there is not
enough of them to meei the demand. From
Baltimore there is a large shipment ot machi?
nery and goods to the South, and the crop
prospects of the South for the current year are
are regarded as favorable in the nighest
-The Prince of Wales has done a very good
thing during bia present tour in Egypt, He
has induced the Pasha to undertake) the stop?
page of the slave trade of the Nile basin-a
Brade carried on by nefarious scoundrels vho
^eaU themselves merchants, but are systematic
-traders in human beings, who are torn away
Jrom their famines by armed bands of misers
vats, or by the native chiefs, who are incited
te commit the most horrible offence against
sxmnanity that man can perpetrate by the
profita these* traders supply. The Prince ot
Wales, before starting for the Nile, conversed
-with the Pasha on the subject, and the latter
i ats a i III i i M i tl to equip a corps of horse and foot,
.jo provide steamers and boats for the naviga?
tion af the Qreat Lake, and to put Sir Samuel
Baker, vi Lb power of life and death, and with I
can? blanche as to matriel and personnel
tho hoad of the whole expedition. We lt
from tho London Times that the intrepid E
lieh traveler has accep'.ed the commies
and tho Prince of Waloa himself contribi
handsomely to fis expense.
-A leading member of tho 8snate Fore
Relations Committee, io a reoent conversa
on the subject of the Alabama olaima and
probabilities of a war mlb England, soot
the latter proposition as utterly abiiird
proposterons. Among the reasons advai
by him against a war with England we
First, it would necessarily be a naval i
for the invasion and conquest of Canada wo
be only the work of a week. Being a ni
war, the destruction of tbecommerce and si
prog of both countries would be almost
only result. England has three times
number of steam v?asela that we bave, all
passengers and mail steamships being av
ablest twenty-four horns* notice as a
flotilla. SJC ind. a war with Eastland woi
cost tho United States at least $2 000,000.1
whioh would evidently end in repndiati
Meanwhile the incidential losa and eufferinf
bath countries would be incalculable. Th
the United States cannot afford to hold
British North* American possessions as c
querod provinces. Four millions of disc
tented people on the north, and as many i
hone more on the south, would produce a al
of affairs anything but pleasant. Tbese
brief i re a few of the reasons which render ;
with Eoglaod improbable, if not impossible
TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1869.
late Stw^Mayor stsicl Connell.
With th? installation of Mr.1 Pillsbt
and his ticket, as Major. and Aldermen
Charleston, ends the great election oi
which, sines November last, has occupied
mn oh serions pubHo attention.
The election of the Radical candida
was oonteeted, as is well known, not
account of their politics, but beoanse I
whole proceedings were believed to
irregular and void. It was t 9 objeot
the citizens to obtain a judicial deoisit
and the Acting Mayor and Aldermen, rt
resenting not a party, but the City.
Charleston, defended the proceedings ina
tuted by the claimants until the decision
Judge Carpenter, rendered on Saturd
last, made farther -opposition, in the opi
ion of counsel, both 'unwise and nselei
Able lawyers were engaged to plead t
cause of the city. Their arguments we
M able as their personal ability is uodoat
ed, and we may fairly olaim that all h
been done that could have been done
protect the chartered rights and privileg
of che community. The couria have dt<
ded in favor of Mr. Pillsbury, and to the
deoiaion we submit.
In regard to the new Mayor and Aide
mea, oar trae policy is olear. They ho
office by the deoision of a competent tnb
nair and will be recognized as stand ii
upon the same footing as Governor Sou
and the State Legists!ure and official
There is no disposition to prejudge them t
to judge them harshly.. They will receii
all the credit whioh may become their du
but their movements will be watched vril
.untiring rigiianoe, and any intention
wrong doing will be promptly exposed t
public reprobation.. Wa sav thia with r
ide? of assuming beforehand that there w'
be little to praise and muon to oondemn. W
only'desire the new Mayor and Aiderm e
to . understand that their future is in thei
own hands, and that neither their etatioi
nor the circumstances of their election wil
prevent them from receiving in all thei
offioiil acta strict and impartial justice
The interests committed to their charge ari
of supreme Imp?rtanos to every responsible
oKis?fi. Their ohbioe of oky officers, i
new appointments can legally be made, wil
go far to show what will be their polioy to
wards thia city and people. If resp ec tabb
pad reliable men are elected, publio coull
dense-will increase. If worthless sac
illiterate party politicians are taken, it wil
be difficult to convince tho public of the
good intentions of the new administration.
A W?r With Kngland.
The Radical journals and Badioal poli?
ticians who clamor for a war with Eaglasd,
are probably convinced hy this time that
her people, however much they may desire
tbe continuance of peace, still know how to
resent an insult, and, if needs be, to avenge
The speech of Senator Sumner on the
Alabama claims was no mere ebullition of
spleen; nor was it an idle menace provoked
by the excitement of debate. It had been
carefully thought out and prepared, and
was, and is, the expression of the doctrine
and wishes of the extreme Badioal wing.
Mr. Sumner would not have us believe that
his words were intended as an exhibition
of mere oratorical ability, or that he know?
ingly made demands which oould not be
granted and might make an amioable set?
tlement impossible. The idea was that
England, embarrassed by the possession of
Canada, which, in the event of a war with
the United States, oould not easily be
defended and could not honorably be
abandoned, would swallow her spleen
and pay any prioo to avoid a rupture with
a powerful and warlike nation. Thia is the
blunder whioh Sumner has oommitted; one
whioh he might have avoided had he given
to a study of the genius of the English
nation a little of that philosophic attention
with which he has honored bis "African
"friend and brother." England is undoubt?
edly opposed to war. All her interests are
on the side of peaoe. Conscious of the pos?
session of Tast power and a rigor still in its
prime, Bhe oan afford to be patient and for?
bearing, where weaker nations, feaiful of
loss of prestige, might muster their battal?
ions and send their ships to sea And
yet the humblest clodhoppers who drink
oider in the West, and the dingiest
miners of the North, as well as the power?
ful middle classes, are as sensitive as the
proudest peer wheo the honor of the nation
is endangered and the crimson flag is
threatened with a stain. When, in these
days, England goes to war, it is because the
heart of the people is touched, not beoause
th? government has a potitioal purpose to
serre. The people bore th? brunt of the
war with Russia and with China, and it was
the people who, in 1861, demanded from the
United States the return of Mr. Mason and
Mr. Slidell to the protection of the British
tl ig. Without popular auppuii the Engl
I ministers can do nothing, and it is the fe
ing that tlte sympathies and impulsee
tho people are with them which has mi
both the Cabinet and the pnblio presB sp<
so plainly upon the subject of the Sumi
mani.esto. Mr. Bright has always bi
tbe friend of the United States. But h<
an Englishman, and "oannot entertain I
"terms of settlement foreshadowed by Su
"ner." The Moruiog Star supported t
North through thick and thin during I
Confederate war; but it says that Sumne
demands are "new, startling and intole
"ble." People, press and Parliament sta
together, and it is distinotly said, not 01
that no humiliation shall be endured
England, bat that Mr. Motley would not
received if his instructions were framed
aooordanoe with the platform of the Am
ican Radicals. What England means ci
not be doubted, and the announcement tl
Mr. Motley will go to the Court of 81. Jan
without present instraotions, is an indi
tion that the Federal Cabinet reoogn
that they have gone far enough.
As the Alabama question now stands, I
United States, unless willing to waive :
the present all her olaims, must either
to war or open negotiations upon the ba
of the very Johnson-Stanley treaty whi
the Senate so contemptuously reject?
More than was included in that treaty Et
land will not give. That treaty was, fri
the first, bitterly denounced on the otb
side of the Atlantic It was said that Et
land had been made by it to truckle to 1
United States, in a manner not only den
?tory but imprudent. Even the Speotati
which has earned signal discredit wi
many of its count ry mea for its strong Ami
ioanism, said of Mr. Johnson : "He w
"most d?sirons to gain all he could 1
"the government he served. * * * *
? ? ? He pat forward enormous d
"manda, bat professed enormous frien
"ship. Never was such love as he express
"for all mankind, and especially Engii
''mankind, and never were snob proofs
"that love ''asked from those he loved
."fondly. We were the greatest, the noblet
"the bravest race under the sun; his 01
"cousins; people of whom he was proud;
"race whose literature was the commi
"heritage of two worlds; men without 001
"pars save ia America, and of necesei
"and nature America's eternal and ma
"sure allies. Being all thal, ?what more ne
"ural than that we should prove it all by a
'.knowUdjing that toe were always in t
"wrong, by conceding every demind, by offt
"ing an j amount of dollars, by signing any sc
"of agreement made to seem fair by the intr
"duction of the phrase '?international arbitr
The treaty, in tho opinion of the Br t?
.people, gave up all that their national hom
would allow, and now that it has been r
they will require that in tho fu ure the in
tiative shall be taken by tho United State
The Radicals will not consent to do thi
and they are not ready for war. Blusti
and big words have failed of their effect, 1
that the men who control the governmei
have no ohoioe but to retain the Alaban
grievance, which may be made useful whet
ever more obanoes of m?ttey-making an
more popular votos are required. For ai
peace is absolutely necessary. A foreig
war would be ruinous to the South, whai
ever its effect in making profitable th
mills and faotories of England. The Soul
requires rest and repose,, and if the te
Southern States could be heard in Congres
by the mouths of their own people, ther
would be aa end to this bullying and bec
toring, whioh may, when least expectci
by the masses of the. people, plunge th
. ooontry into a war whioh would c rip pl
our resources, destroy oar oommeroe, ant
return, the Southern States to that condi
tion of poverty and want from whioh the;
is now emerging.
BREA KIN a A BCTTEUFLT; OB BLANCHE ELLEES
LIB'S E.NDI.XO. By the Author of Guy Liv
ingstone. Author's Edition, with Illustra
tions. Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott & co
charleston : Holmes' Book House. Price
Mr. Lawrenoe has perhaps intended tc
change bis vein; for we do not find in "Break
"ing a Butterfly" the passionate sensuousness
which was one of tho chief objections tc
"Brakeepeare" and its predecessors. There
is, however, one element which we cannot
afford to lose, and it is tho masculine vigor
and martial ring whioh at least seemed to
atone for much that was absolutely wrong in
morals, as well as falso in art. Thi* ia
wanting in the book before us. ''Breakup a
"Butterfly" ts not deficient in force, but it ia
the force of a melodramatic combination ol
suicide and mur der, while the utter absence of
what is called "poetical justice" allows the sin?
ner to pa-.s unscathed whilo tho Binned against
is broken on tho wheel. Tho book will do no
harm, perhaps, and will certainly be read; but
Mr. Lawrence will not obtain more than ephem?
eral reputation while tho only apparent aim of
his works is to provo that tho true code of
morals ia the cudo of society, and that the
"groat hereafter" ia'as uncertain and vague as
tho punishment of the mm or woman who
offends against worldly honor is definito and
sure. _ _ _
Tm BBICBXATEBS' UNION of New Yoik and
vicinity, it is estimated, number 5275 m:mbetn.
Tho goneral rate of wages is $5 for ten hours'
work; some bricklayers, however, are receiving
H 50 for eight hours' work. The members of
tho trade are roportcd to bo generally desirous
to establish $5 for ten boura' work as the reg?
ular rate of wages. The iron moulders of New
York have formed an association, consisting of
350 members, and it is stated will soon make a
demand for an increase of wages. Work in
this trade is very brisk at present, and wagoe
are from $3 to $4 a day. Tho house-furnishing
trade of New York, it is reported, employs
THE PBOCLAMATION of Count Volmaseda, or?
dering tho execution of every Cuban who may
bo found away from his borne wit bout being
able to give a satisfactory explanation, will bo
classed among tho roost infamous exhibitions
of military despotism recorded in the history
of countries laying claim to civilization. We
would doubt the correctness of the report, if
the cable did not state that Cuban papers re?
ceived in Key West contain tho proclamation.
PnoFEssoB A. L. PEBBT, of Williams College,
one of the ablest advocates of free trade in the
corntry, has accepted an invitation of the ex?
ecutive committee of the American Free Trade
League .0 become their advocate, and for six
months from the 1st of Joly will devote him?
self exclusively to ito work.
I. O. O. K.-JTEFFi.'.KSO.V L?DGE, No. 4.
THU El-GUL AR M EH'UNG OF THIS L'>DGE
w?U bo held i nn LVENINO at feign' o'clock
prod.-el v. Pm cmal attendance of tho members i->
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Muy I _ tn Secretary.
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Chairman ol' the Board of 1 r?steos.
May 4_ 6
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WM. AIKEN KELLY,
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tached. Apply at Na 19 MONXAOUt-STREET.
rpo RENT. A VERY FINE KOO.il, SUlT
L t D for a Lawyer, at No. 40 Broad-street. Ap?
ply to t. 8. K. BENNETT, No. 10 Broad-street.
May 4 tntb3
M Snit. ^
FOK NA LE, AT No. 38 STATE-ST.. TWO
number one COWS, just after calving.
May 4 _2?
FOR HALE, THE "H O K S E S H o E"
FARM, on French Eroad River, North Carolina,
well known lu tho vicinity as one of tho most produc- j
tivo and riostrablc in ?tat romantic regina. The
tract contains mo acres, 300 of which arc river
bottom, and produce largely-tbeso aro thoroughly
cleared and tree tvom stumps, allowing feely of
machine culture; 35bacr>s ot mountain side, pre
cent a fine pasture, 1 hero are SOU ur COO apple trees
bearlug and about lOUO young trees, a number of |
Ano grape vinos and other fruit, ino dwelling is
substantial bnck with MK Ono rooniH, pantries und
closets; abundant outbuidi -cs, several of brick, tn
eluding a D ie dali y. through which runs a never
failing sire m f-11111 the rrouutalo. The PIACP is but
seven ami thirteeu m'les reactively from the
thrivr g Towns of Heudrrsou uud Asl,?Tille; trom
the lat tr a railway will soou bc completed to Knox?
ville and .be last and far W, st. A lew flue stock cat?
tl . and hoz-, and a flock nf sheep, all cf mixed im?
ported bre> ds, will bo i-old with'ho place, terms
very easy to p irt'ci des'guing to occupy the place us
a hume. Apply to SAVAUM D. TKENtfcLM, No.
14 Boyce's Wharf. Blu2_May 1
AT PRIVATE SALE, THAT FINE
FTAND vfh lix TUPS for a Grocery, corner
Calhoun and Knut Buy stn eta, No. 35. Apply ON
PREMIRES. tbbtu JannHry 21
STEAM F.SGI Vi-:S KOlt - A i,K CH KAP,
if uppliud tor tminfrtiatoly
li One 12 horse Portable ENGINE
(J One 4-t orsa Por ..ble Englue
il) One fl-horso-power EXGIMK, In good condition.
CAMKROM, HARKI.h? A CO.,
Northeast corner Mctin? and Cumberlaud.srreebs.
REMOVAL.-HUGER dc RAVENEL
have this day removed from No. 60 EAST PAY
to Ne. Ct EAST BAY, (Office of "Citizen's gaviDgs
Bank") opposite to Courier Office, and will there con?
tinue the Insurance and Commission Business as
heretofore. 0 May 1
T. l l C Al P H K E Y S ,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF REAL ESTAI K, STOCKS, BONDS, SE
OUL'URITIES AND PERSONAL PliOPKRTY
- ATTENDED TO.
No. 87 BROAD-STREET
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
UETF.il E N C ES.
Hon. HENRY BUIST. W. J. MAGRATH, Rsi.
Oeneral J AMES CoNNRK, T. H. WARING, Esq.
yy\\.sm.\croN LIGHT UPASIIIY
CU ARI TABLE ASSOCIATION FAIR,
ID aid of thc
CHAKI IY FUND AND TO ERECT A MONUMENT
TO 1HEIR DE \D.
This Evening, .May 4, at 7 P. AI.
EN HIBERNIAN HALL,
AiSD CONTINUE DURING THE WEEK.
Hon W D PORI EE THEO D WAGNER, Esq
Hou G S BRYAN d 1 LOWNDE -, i^q
Hon H D LE->E?NE GEO W WILLI AM % E-q
Hon A G MAGRATH t W EDGERTON, Esq.
Hon O A TREN HOLM J E ?DGLR, 1 sq
Hou WM AIK?N ANDREW IM?..DS, Esq
bon W S HENERFY WC U .K. Esq
Hon J rf CAMPBELL HENRY COB1A. E?q.
Hon CH HMUMON K '.V M ? R?H-?LL, K-q
Gen J\ME? CONNER W G WHI! DEN, Esq
lieu JOHN>ON HAOOOD J H HUNO?K. Esq
Gen TM LUGAN ZIIOAKES, Esq
eu M W OAKY I 8 RIGGS, Esq
Gen JOHN A WAGENER KJFECZBB, Esq
C'L-n JAM Hi SIMONS M H NATHAN. Esq
Gen W G DESAX'-SCRE i M ALEXANDER, Esq
ColC IhV.NE WALKtR EWI'LI?. Efq
Ul B H RUTLEDGE G L HUfST, Epq
Col P C G ' ILLARD lt C BARKLEY, Esq
Cal W L 1 hfcNHOLM IAS M CARSON, Esq
Col E HcCRADY Jr J H ALBERS, Esq
Col ZIMMERMAN DAVIS J W GUY Esq
Col IY SIMON? HUGH FEHGOON, Esq
Col A O ANDREWS W K McIN .0 - H. Esq
Major IHEO G BABKEB WHKMIlH.Esq
Capt B M LEB T ?S O'BRIEN, r sq
Capt WM JEhVEY J C LACOaTE. Esq
Capt "AML Y TUPPER JOSEPH HIL10N, Esq
. 'apt GEO H WAL i ER W 0 COURT NEY, Esq
lapt W AIKEN KELLY Prof F W CAPERS
Capt fe G HORSEY E LA FIT IE, Esq
Capt GEORG lt 1 UPPER ii W OLNEY, Esq
Capt JACOB SMALL w* 0 BREESE. E-q
Capt E L HALLEY FP ELFO HD. Esq
Capt KAML LOUD, Jr ALEX CALDER. Esq
Capt ALIX ME LC HERS JAME-* M EASON, Esq
Capt GEO H MOFFElT JOHN KLIN :K, Esq
Capt JOSEPH W \ LKER A E GIBxON. Esq
Cap. L M HATCH J H > 1 EINMEYER, Esq
J\ST WrL-MAN, Fsq J H MURRELL, Esq
E H LOcK, Esq RS BRUNS, Esq
I D EASON, Eiq JOHN F O' .EICL, E9q
F U BLUM. Esq H F BAKER, Esq
JOHN M GREER, Esq fW D*WSuN. bsq
A R TAFT, Esq H GERDTS, Esq
F LANNEAU, Esq A J WHITE, tsq
JOHN MARION, Esq W LA1DI.ER. Ecq
GEO W KI.-.G. Esq J H RENNEKEB, Esq
A P CALDWELL, Esq Dr vv c RAVENEL
J W GRAY, Etq ROBERT MORE, Esq
D H elLCOX. Esq t J KEHR, tsq
S OWENS, Esq W K RYAN, Esq
W B HERIOT. Esq. W B DINGLE. Esq
R YEADON, Fsq BB BIORD A N, tsq
R CALDWELL. Esq E FOURGtAUD, Esq
JwHN A BLUM. Esq V A WHll NEY, Enq
JE CAY. Esq JULIUS TRO DC LE. Esq
F L ROUX, > sq ID ALFXANDEB, Epq
J H TAYLOR. Esq 0 H WES i. Jr., Esq
R DKTREVTLLE, Esq D R*VENEL, Jr., Esq
E N FUL'ER, Esq A M MORELAND. E?q
F R WILKENBERG, Efq i S HOWELL, Esq
B F WH1LDEN, Esq J H DEVrRfcUX Esq
W T WHITE. Esq *A C< URIENAl, Esq
CT MITCHELL, Fsq r Bl ROUT, Esq
L i > MOWRY, Esq M W <T. AM*NU, Esq
JGMILNOR, Esq ESEBRING, Esq
F RICHARDS, Esq.
R H MCDOWELL, Jr TA HONOUR
sJliUuGKR J B SCH REIN EB, Jr
J J SM ?.LL AW TA FT
H H WILLIAMS Dr F LP* REER
D b GILLI LAND G W AIM \R
F K TAYLOR 0 WILKIE
F WREN^FKER J H SCHULTE
Ko? K O KI GERXON J L -HEPPARD
H f ORKER W li BREESE
W M MUf'KE.NFUSS T DHBB?
G Ri ECKE U h JJiiN-ON
S E WEL;H L B LOVEGRtEN
SN BROWN JAATKI>30X
G Ii G RICE R STEWART
FHHONOUU J BAR' Or
Dr T G SIMONS GEO Mo ; HONOUR
J H RESNEKtR, Jr.
Doora open daily from 12 M. to 7 P. M., and from
6 to ll o'clock P. M.
raicE OF ADinssiOM.
Season Tick-ls.SI 00
Family Season tickets. 3 00
??tWMsSiallf rhalgfl ol LimJrjn..Tr.....ll."ir." 10
Ho v i t? accompanying white children will be ad?
mitted du inp Ute day, but all servants will be ex?
cluded Biter 7 P. M.
Members or the Association vMting the Fair will
pleas ? woar Association Badge.
Family and single Season Tickets can bo procured
at the Bookstores.
a he last Car will leave tho Hall at ll o'clock P. M.
precisely. H. B. OLNEY, Chairman.
J. L. BOMO?B, Secretary and Treasurer.
jut ano /flonD.
PUKED UP ADRIFT. A HAFT OF
LOGS, whick the own?r can have by proving
property and paying expenses. Apply at the Fe rt,
Sullivan's island, C.KURTH.
LOST, LAST EVl'NlNG, A SHAGGY
SCOTCH TERRIER, about Ave mouths old.
wi h a silver collar around his neck. The finder will
be rewarded by calUug at the J EL h O KA PH i FFIOE.
TUB .MIS?KS KOACH HAVE K E
.sUMED the oxercise? of their 8UHOOL, at No.
USOClElY-SIREEl'. 1 Mtv 4
i)rp ?nous, ?L
CHEAP DRY GOODS.
IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES,
And Dry Goods Bayers Generally.
THE UNDERSIGNED ANNOUNCE THE FOL
CAI IC u ES, of fair quality, reJucd from T2)? to 10
HOOPSKIHTS, favorite styles, f'om GD ron's up.
ENGLISH and German Hose and Half Hose, at
the irjDRt reasonable prices.
ALBUMS, Ni'lions, Eringes, Gimp3, Bat!ons,Port
monaies, all at moderate prices. ? I
PAU ANOLS-Children's from 60 cents, lo Ladies'
from 75 cents np.
DH USS GOODS, consietlnff of Barege?, Grena?
dines, <"rap-> Marets, fro u 20 cents np.
ISIUHONS, ?straw GO<V|H and Fans, n nies assort?
YOU TRI our 4 4LoDgc:othH.atl2Xandl5cenU
GOOD at ACH Y of Kid GIOVCH. roduced to $1.
cine Berlin Gloves, Ladies' and Children's, from
25 cunts up.
OTT E N II E MIE R K ' S c-ilcbrated French Cor?
sets, from 9H cenia up.
OS Li fiO cent* fora good Brown Linen Table Cloth.
DOY Ll Ki*. Diaper and Tablo Linen, told at the
lou est cash pi ices.
SILK.si, of very good quality, reduced to $2 and $2
AU good? are bought by chanco, and the people
will find it to their advantage to call at
Kl'KCHGOTl' Hi BBtl'S.,
Ko. 437 King-street, coiner of Calhoun.
Au exclusive department for Boot87 sliocs, Hals
and Trunks. limos May 3
DAYG0QD3! DRY GOODS!
NO. 9904 KING-STREET,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY BEG LEAVR TO
call a ie ition to his large aud well assorted
stock i-f New and Easbiouablo DRY GOOD-, just
. coNsiirriKO or:
DRESS GOODS, HO.-1 " RY, LINENS
Wbi:o Goods. Glovo. Cjsslmeres
Era'ToMcries. Hoo;> 'kiri*, Lougc'.otbs
Lace Goods. Parasols, Domestic Goo-ls
Corset?, Notions, -beeting*. Ac
A lot if superior CALICOES, warranted last colon?,
at 12 Vi cunta per jard.
Under Masonic Hall,
Southeast corner of King and Wentworth streets.
April fi tnthslmo
THE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE,
WILLCOX Sc GIBBS'
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
rjTHlS MACHINE STANDS THUS FAR UNRI?
VALLED cs a FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, and
has tak>jn the place of over forty donble thread ma?
chines in this city. Reliable Agents wanted in all
large iowns in the State.
D. B. HASELTON,
No. 307 KING -STREET,
Willcox A Gibbs' Agent of South Carolina.
NEEDLES, OIL, SILK, kc, constantly on hand.
BFPAIRINO as uan?]. ktuthlyr Ma; 1
|) K O G II A M .11 E
CHARLES TON GERMAN SCHUETZE N'FEST,
MAY 5TH, 6TH AND 7m, 1SC9.
Wednesday, Nay 5.
1. At 7 O'o'ook A. M. tba Riflenon will meet In
fuU u if T D at Mr Liudst'd.'s Hall.
3 '1 ho King and Banner are to be called for at
Mr. F. von .<<anteu's store in King-street.
3. Pat adc and Prooe^ioa tbrouxh the city via
Klug, Broad, East 3ay. Market aa l Meeting streeta
in ibo folio wi ug order, viz: Music Baud. Officers
and CommllUe, invitod H flamea a d Honorary
Guest*, Cha le-t n Riflemen, Kaengerbund, "Teuto?
nia" and urnerfl.
4. Go by the couth Carolin t Ballroid to the
Irvin for the 8c!rae!s mplatz will Urna Ann-atreot
Depot on Mb, 6th and 7th May, aa lolluwa :
Leave inn-street Depot at.9.00 A M
Leave A nu-street Depot at.ll 00 A M
Leave Ann-street D?pot at.100 P M
Leave Ann-street Depot st.3.30 P M
Leave the fchuefz nplatz at.7.00 P M
Leave the Uchuetzenolatz at.6.00 f M
. On the 7 th of May an Extra Train will leave the
Schue tzenplalz at 10 P. M. for .be oiiy.
ta~ Fare 90 cents, to go an 1 return; Children bau*
JOST" Tickets for sa> at ANK-STREET DEPOT.
6. After the Riflemen's arrival on the bebuetzen
piala there will be a distribution of the numbers for
the Eagle Shootln?. booton 30, Ariele VI, of tac
Rules, will be 6 trio My enforced.
0. From 10 o'clock A. U till A o'clock P. M. Rifle
Shoot lng at the Eagle and the Targets, People'* amuse?
ments, suci as Prize -hooting for visitors, Nine?
pin Alleys, Turning, >winzin t. Italian Muslo on the
place, Jtrnnautlo Balloons, Marionettes with Mnsic,
Barrel Organs, Panorama, Menagerie with Muslo,
tho streets of Charleston, Patent bwlugs, Bird
swiiging, Ring Throwing. Frog Catching Game,
Water Drawing. Milk freeling, buger Eating. Sack
Bunning, Mill of Misfortune, Climbing Pole, Race ot
7. Canting, Music and Ball, from 13 o'oloek M. till
7 o'clock P. M.
Tbjiradavy, Moy 6.
1. The Blflem n meet on the cobantzenpla<z.
2. From 10 o'clock A. M. itu 4 o'clock P. M., Rifle
Snood.'g at tbc Ea.lo and targets.
3. From 13 o'clock al till 7 o'clock P. M., Dan
cine, Music and BalL People's amusement aa above
Friday, May 7.
1. The Riflemen meat on the Schuetzonplatz.
3. From, 10 o'clock A. M lill 2 o'clock P.M., Rifle
thoo; lug at the Eagle ?nd Tai gets.
3. Jtroia 13 o'ciock M. till 10 o'clock P. M., Danc?
ing. M u- c and Bail. People's amusements as above
i. At J o'clock P. M. coronation of the new Klug
and Distribution of the Prises.
6. Alter ?undo ?rn Balloon Ascension, Grand Illu?
mination with ubloo ie Lanterns anJ Fireworks.
1. The Scbu.-tzjufeat ha* tho character of a Peo?
ple's Fes ival (Volksfe-t )
2. Entrance rickets at 25 oen ts for Adults, and 10
cents for Chi dren nndcr two va year* of age, can
be pu nb i .-ed ai the stores or Mesar*, (ito. LI ml? ton t,
corner Calhoun sud King; at F. von tonten. No. '?39
KiDg-Rtreer, sud tv. Wal jen, Mali Market-street,
or ai the gate of the -chu laenplatr.
3. Eiflomon in uni:oem and their famUles bave
fi oe a mi Linc , bot mn.it c blain their l-aml y
Tickets before tb - beg nnmg of the Fostival from
Mr. Goo. Lind tedi, corner Calhoun and King
4. Veioclpeie riders onjoy free admittance.
6. For the adnu tauco to tho Dancing H di every
gonrleman ii to pay CO ceats. Riflomao and invited
guests lu uniforu hare free admittance. The
Badger dolivercd at the entrance of the Dane ng ta
leon are to be ko; t tn sight
., .jCJClXlukaUaretoOebop la sight, tad all Rifle
tren hive the duty ot ordering everybody to strictly
follow tbis rulo.
7. The commencement and on I of tba t biotin :
will be announced by cannon flriog.
8 Only Riflemen ia uniform aru admitted tn the
Eiglo BbOOtlag. Huch as have not paraded and will
take part ia the shooting wttl pay $1 fine.
9. For Horses and Veale ci. Velocipedes excepted,
places out of the gate will be reserved,
10. Whoever will find lost thlogs is to deliver them
np to tho Committee.
11. Just complaint* and wants ore to bo brought
before the Committee.
12. Such persons as disturb order and peace by
quarrels, drunkenness, or ia any other way, are pul
eft* tho Schuefzenplatz. AU Eiflomea hare to keep
13. A Wardrobe has been built up.
14. Refreshment* of every kind mai description
are to be had for common oharge* on the Bchuetten
15. All Prizes and Prize Presents are exhibited at
Mr. F. von Santon s Store, No. 239 King-street.
10. No hollow bullets nor projectiles as cont sin
chemical ?-u bs tances shall be mide use of. Only
bullets, of whJcu twenty or more weigh a pound, aro
ullovred. Lach bullet is to be weighed.
OOMMITTIE OK MJlirjETZEXTXST :
A. MEMANN. Chairman.
F. WEH M ANN. F. A N's cl..
F. vow SAN IE t. JOHN RUG HE I MER.
J. C. H. CLAUSSEN. ERNEST WALTJEN.
D. LILI EN I HAL. | GEO. H. LTNDtjlEDr.
COMM ITT KKZ ON AMUSKMXSTH :
A. J. HOFFMANN.
H. L DEDEN. | HERMAN D. MEIER.
(Cigars, Cobarra, &r.
CIGAR MAN?FAC TOBT
And Wholesale and Ketall
TOBACCO HOUSE, *
No. 311 K1KG-STREET. CO H NEE SOCIETY.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE STOCK OF
American and I m por tod LEAF TOBACCO, for
cigar maiiui?cturei s, as follows:
1. CONNEUITCDT LEAF, i rom flue flavored fill
leg, at 12*? cents per pound, and sch work at 26 ctn.
per lound upwarti* to the finest selection of wrap,
per*, at $1 por pound.
2. NEW VORK S TATE REED-fine, leafy wrap?
pers, from 33 cents upward* to 60 cents per pound.
3. OHIO LE VF-wrapper* from 20 cent* upward*
to 35 cents per pound.
4. A flue assortment of SPANISH LEAF, from
$110 to ?1 15 (por tho bale;) upward* to nico wrap?
pers at 82 per pound.
.\i ibo Leaf ia DOU : li t direct from the planters, I
am able to *ell a* low as any Northern house.
Of our own manufacturing. The following brands
ulways on hand :
"LA CAltULl ?X'' CW AR", at $20 per M.
"La Corona du r'-p mn," at S25 per M,
"P.unigas."a. S.'?G per M.
"H. Unmann" (H'vana), at $60 per M.
'.Fitiiiro" (>panish seed), at ISL per M.
"Fiyaro" (gmulne Havana), at $73 por M.
"C M." (eeuuine SpinUb). at $80 pur M.
"Tho Last Sensation," a i'isar ?h'cb lights itself,
made of Havana tobacco at $60 per M.
Im ort'd Cigar* of all grades.
A yeuuine bpauitm Cigar can alwaj * be had at re?
nd loi 10 cent*.
UV SMOKING TUBA CCU,
A fino ?.sortaient tor-ale ut manufactur?is' prices.
Genuine Putnam und other celebrated brands al?
way a ou hand.
I'HEWIVO TUB \CCU.
A* 1 IG, NAVY and PLUG I Ob AO.O, at all prices;
P1PKS, Of all fit script io ii 1.
Mei chants and CoUHuxer-i are respectfully Invited
to give a call, as I an eupply them with everything
m the Tobacco line at the loweet pr.ee.
Price Current will, by request, be forwarded any?
where. J. MADSkN.
April 10 Imo
g T . CLUTJD HU TBL.
THIS NEW AND COMMOLIOU3 BO?8E, LOCAT?
ED corner ot Broadway and Forty-seoocd-sireet,
possesse* advantage* over all other houses for the ac?
commodation ot its ouest*, it wa* built expressly
for a fir-t-cl'jss family boarding house-the rooms
being large and en suite, heated by steam--with hot
and cold water, mid furnished second to none; while
the culinary depa tment ls in the most experienced
hands, affording greets an uneqaallnd table.
une of Atwood's Patent Elevators is also among
the "modern Improvements" and at the service ot
guests at all hours.
Thc Broadway and University Place Car* pas* the
door every four minutes, running from the City
Hall to Central Park, while the Sixth aud revehti
Avenue line* are bat a short block on either side,
affording ample facilities for communicating with ail
the depots, steamboat landings, places of stcuse*
ment and bus In ea* of the great metropolis.
MURK dt HOLLEY, Proprietors.
March 13 m Gui?*
t?rorcrirs nn? f?mtUmonk
BACOV. SYHUP AND COFFEE.
?>A HHD=). PRIME SHOD! DEBS
10 hb-ls. B. Pilme side*
IO bbiie. B. Prime hide?
10 ?'bd". ?lear P.ime sides
25 bbls. Cbo ce -yrup
26 bags OboW and Prlno Plo Coffre
loo wholo and ball box s Adamantine Can?
H-0 pick i' es Lird (Leaf and Extra)
50 bois. 8, lt. Floor, Becker.
For sale at the lowest n srkot prices, by
SIECKE st SCHACHTE,
May * rntbuS No-. 143 sad 145 Batt Bay. .
ff)fr BBLS. CF PICKLED BERRING, 8UTT>
jZtJ ABLE for Plantaron uso, for sale low.
50 CASES "JOCKEY -"LOb" BITTERS.
300 BOXES OF "LEBEBMAN." "PAT" AND
The above goods arr- on consignment, and will bs
sold low. BIRI ET BRO >Hr Rs A CO.,
May 4_turba No. 74 East Bay.
KAAA BUSHELS PBIMB VIROTNIA COHN,
*J\J\J\J in balk and bags, landing from
Schooner Flying Scad. For sale by
May 4 2 T. J KERB A CO.
BE A KG KASS EXTRA SUGAR
CU lt KD HAMS A AD BEEP.
. 10 boxes of the celebrated Beargrasa. Beef.
As sgant of the pa kera, I offer the above
HAM* on as favo'able terms as Hims of same quali?
ty, and will guarantee every Barn to give sa infliction
or the money will be retandeo. Consumers who
tbe.efore wish a good article will find it to their in?
terest to try the BEA HORAS? J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantio Wharf.
April 15 SAO_ theta Imo
BACON, BACON. FLOUR.
?)? BBLS. FLOUB, FAMILY, EXTRA, 8UP8B
tUrJ sod Fins
10 chas prime Western shoulders
5 bbds. O. B. Sides
2000 boxes Eitra .-caled Herrings.
Fo< tale by WM. GURNEY,
Apnl97 tuthsfi_No h fi East Bay.
DEMIJOHNS, BOTTLES AND
1MPOKTICD LAGKK BIBB.
.I ?A/v FTVE GALLON DEMIJOHNS
JLO UU 3000 ncmij 'hus, smaller lises
100 crates Claret and Madeira Bottles
100 casks Bottled Lager Bier, in quarts
Imported from Bremen, and fer sale by
CLACTUS k WITTE,
February 4 thatuSmos No. 88 East Bay.
CORN AND OATS.
O KA A BUSHELS PBIMR WHITE OOBN
?JOU V/ 1580 bushels Mary and Oats.
Landing from steamer Falcon and for sale by
B. M. HUTL KR,
May 3 2 No. 79 East Bay.
AT lt h II Uti KO PRICES.
IAM RECEIVING A LABOE ASSORTMENT OF
GROCERIES from the No-th, which have been
Durchased far cash, sud I am oflsriug them at New
York prices, at wholes ale and etaiL
BROWN SUGAR, 7 and 8 Uss tor $1
CUUsHED hil ii AK. 6j> Da for $1.
Here ia the place to buy y< ur u roerles cheap for
cash. JOH? ITEN'iKEN.
April 27 Corner State and frarket-streets.
TO A ?RITE AND IN STORE,
tj- BARBEL?? WHISKEY, WHICH I WILL SELL
lt) at an unusually low prie*.
JOH ? T1ENCK?N,
April 27 Corner STa-e and Market streets.
Iff STOUT; AND LANDING.
CLARET. ON DRAUGHT At tl 60 PEE GALLON
Labia's Flav -ring 11tracts, at reduced ?Kleet
Bostettor's, Drake' , Herman's, Curacoa, Tonio and
Mononjabe.a, Bye Brurbon and Cabinet Whiskies,
of ail grades and at all prices, bottled and on
Champagne Cider, Pints and Quarts
Lemon by rup
CO-OPEBATTYE GBOOEUY STORE,
Southwest corn' r Meeting and Market sireeta.
Good> delivo ed tree. _April 88
RY URSON & BiTES,
Champagne Ale Brewery*
II A H L B M. ft. V.
THIS CELEBRATED ALE IS BREWED ERE*H
all through the year, and ls guaranteed to keep
sound through the hottest weather, and on taat
account is of ali Ales the best adapted to the South?
KNOX, DALT, k CO., Agents,
February 15 8mos Charleston, S. C.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BT
DR. II. BA ER, No. 131 MEETING
BISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Guaran? (Headache) Powders
Bose's Couch Sj rup
schenk'H Pulmouic Sj rup
Schonk's Seaweed Tonic
Saratoga "A" Water
Cherokee Romedv and Cure
Chloride ot Lime
Spears' Fruit Preserving Solution
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pill?, Ac,. Ac
CHLORIDE OF LIME.
FOB SALE, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL. B?
Dr. H. BAEB.
April 3 No. 131 Moerln?.street.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
M. J. WIOKS. President
W. F. BOYLE, gecretary.
TESS PURELY bOUIHEBN INSTIIU1ION BE?
GAN bus nea i September 1st, 1867, and issued over
2200 Policies ia its first eighteen montos.
Sub-ngont? wanted throughout tho State.
R J. MAGILL, General Agent.
No. tv> Broad-strv-et.
Dr. J. S. MITCHELL, Medical Examiner.
April 15 thstulmo
YOU OUGHT TO INSURE IN THB
FOB THE FOLLOWING IlEASONS >
1st. Because it ia a homo lastitniion managed and
controlled by your own citizens.
2d. Uecaure it la tho only monicd institution of
the kiud that loans lti tunda in tho Statoa from which
they are derived.
3d. Because lt lc purely mutual ; all policy holdere
share lu its profits or taming*. Va large and in?
creasing assets belong exclusively to the policy
4tb. Because its rates are I wer than those of most
e ther companies And its dividends will be larger.
6th. He-can -e it invests its fuuds at ralas of interest
averaging ten per cent., wnile Eastern comp mies*
rates average less than seven per cent Thin makes
the dividends nf the Associ?t on larger and the rates
of premium smaller. One hundred dollars improved
at six per cent, for fifty j ears will amount to $1,842 OL
The same amount Invested at 'en per cent, will pro?
duce $11 739 09. Difference m foo: of tho ten per
cent investment $9,897 08.
6th. Because you ought to insure ina sacceesful In?
stitution, and the Lite Association of America ls ac?
knowledged by i's enemies a- well ae its friends to
be by far tue most successful life insurance institu?
tion of its age in the United States.
NET ASSETS OF THIS DEPABIMENT IN?
VESTED 1M THIS COMMUNITY.
$100,000 deposited in the Insurance Department
of the State of Missouri (aocord.ng to law for the
protection of policy holders.
H. G. LOPER, Pres'nt (Cashier People's Nat. Bank).
W. G. GIBBES, vice-President (W. O. Whllden A Co.)
E. E. JENKINS, ai. D., Medical hummer.
JOHN B. STEELE (of North, Steele k Wardell.)
0. IRVINE WAI KER (Walker, Evans A Cogswell.)
O. W. Al M AR, Druggist.
H. T. PEAKE, Gen'i Superintendent S. 0. Railroad.
C. F. PANKNIN, Druggist. V
JAS.K. SPEAR. Jeweller.
D. H. SILCOX, Wholesale oed Retail Furniture.
K.P. CARTER. Secretary and Agent,
March 20 ' lyr No. 4.0 Broad-street.