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MEETINGS THIS DA Y.
Pythagorean Lodge, at 8 P. H.
Howard Lodge, at 8 P. M. .
Memorial Association, at 5 P. BL
Hook and Ladder, No. 2, at 8 P. M.
Mn<*a Meeting Colored Citizens, at 8 P. M.
A UCTION SALE3 THI8 DA t.
Joan G. MXLNOB A Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their salesroom, Meeting-street, straw
gooda, dr; goods, Ao.
T. M. CATEB will sell at three-quarters past
9 o'clock, at his store, Brown's wharf, batter,
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Bamber of copies con tami nc their (sards, should
leave their ordere at oar counting room to-day.
AU ordere for ten copies* and over will be sap
plied at the rate of two and a half cen rs per
Tax 8 A YANN AH EN OINKS.-At the Savannah
Sire Parade, on Monday, the greatest distance,
322 feet 3 inches, was thrown by the Germania,
a second-class engine.
BASK OPENING.-The Citizen's Savings
f - Bank of Sooth Carolina opened their branch
office on East J3ay yesterday morning. AU the
principal business men of the city caUed in to
wish the new institution success.
Tax SELMA AND DALTON RAILBOAD.-A let?
ter from Mr. Barney the Superintendent of the
Selma, Borne and Dalton Railroad Company,
is oot published because it was not sent to
this office ont il after ten o'clock last night.
GONE TO GEORGIA.-An Atlanta paper says :
"Colonel T. Stobo Farrow, Of South Caroli?
na, was, on motion of Judge Hammond, ad?
mitted bo pasad and practice law in the Courts
of Georgia. We learn that Colonel Farrow
proposes opening an office in this city."
THE HAflEirsntEET SODA WATER FOUNTAIN.
Mr. Gardner, the proprietor of the fashionable
Boda water establishment in Hag el-street near
the Pavilion Hotel, bas been eo pressed by his
increasing business, that he has been coin -
pelted to purchase a new fountain of donble
capacity and improved facilities for making
soda water. It is very handsome, of the best
Tennessee marble, and by it five glasses of
Boda can be served, where three were served
by the old roan taine.
TOLLY always distinguishes himself. Like
a fait beal soldier, when any event is about to
ocote in which the stomach is concerned, he
may ever be found on guard. In his case em?
phatically "peace bath its victories no less re?
nowned than war." Tally, too, knows tbe ad?
vantages of advertising, and when on a cam?
paign never fails to send to oar office his UR ht
skirmishers in the shape of "something good."
His latest contribution to oar happiness is a
basket; fat with champagne, malt liquors and
edibles. Thanks I Tully, thoo art the prince
of Charleston caterers.
EKPLomar TOM THU COLORED PEOPLE_A
mase-metting will be, held at White Point Gar?
den to-night, to hear an address from Mr. Z.
McDonald, the agent of, the Planter's Labor
Association of Louisiana. Mr. McDonald, who
is a North Carolinian by birth, and was an
officer in the Confederate army, desires to en?
gage the services of s number of colored men
to work on .the sn gar plantations in Louisiana
where he now resides. The ?rages are from
fifteen td twenty dollars per month, with free
transportation for the laborers and their fami?
lies. The laborers will be found, and will
draw four pounds of pork, ? peck of meal and
a pint of molasses weekly, and will have good
houses. They wtti be folly protected ander the
State laws, and weU taken care c*. Mr. Mc?
Donald brings letters ol introduction from Price
Hine ft Tapper, Perkins,' Sweoseu A Co., Wal?
ker ft Bronson, Pringle ft Duncan and other'
leading Mew Orleans firms, and ia recommend?
ed by President Grant and General Howard, j
ashwell as tbe prominent Republicans or
Charleston. Mayor Pillsbury sad others will
address the meeting.
BISHOP WISHTKA N ra* Nxw YOEE.-The Bs v.
Bishop Wightman preached on Sunday morning
and evening, st the Church of the Strangers, in
the New Yoi k University Chapel, on Washington
8quare, of which the Ber. Dr. Deems, former?
ly of North Carolina, ia pastor. Tbe Bishop
was on his way to St. Lo?is to attend to some
official bosiness, and ?as prevailed upon by
his old friend, Dr. Deems, to remain with him
over Sunday. This is probably the first time
that a Southern Methodist bishop hos preach?
ed in New York since the great division ot the
Church, which took place in 1844.
The Bishop took for hi? text the fifteenth
verse of the sixth chapter of St. Paul's Epistle
to the Thessalonians-"Rejoice evermore."
He said that, whether we viewed the toiling,
suffering masses of humanity, and the sorrow,
suffering and death which exists in the world,
or contempla ted the gay and thoughtless mul?
titude, to whom life ia but a scene of festivity,
bot who exclaim in the midst of their
so-called pleasures, "Whoshall show us any
good thing ?"-whether we take the text
in the light of a command or a promise,
the words sound strangely. But tho mean?
ing of the rejoice should be examined; joy
.differs, not merely in degree, bat in
kind, from what is expressed by happi?
ness. The latter is the result of the rela?
tion between ourselves and oatward circum?
stances. Its nature is indicated, in some sense,
by ita name; it happens. Happiness and un?
happiness exist without the control of the
mind and without reference to the character.
It Sows from without inwardly. Joy is a harmo?
nious relation between the inteUect and heart
and God. It is self-crea ted and flows from
within outwardly. It is this joy which is indicat?
ed by Chris? as a weU of living water springing
up onto everlasting life. Joy and happi
ntod may be coexistent though in no degree
dependent upon each other. A man may be
bappy, yet never know the meaning of joy;
while, on the other band, amid the most sad?
dening circumstances of lite-the destraction
of property, the loss of friends, the sundering
of all that makes life dear-the heart may "re?
joice evermore.'' The words which follow ex?
plain the nature of Christian joy and the means
by which it may be attained. Pray without
ceasing, and in everything give thanks. The
Bishop explained that the happiness of the
Christian resolta from aa apprehension of
God's plan to save the human race, the appro?
priation of that plan by faith, and the assur?
ance of God's acceptance and pardon through
the witness of the Holy Ghos^ Oe who knows
and feels himself to be accepted as the child of
God can bot rejoice, and bis joy ie everlasting;
ha rejoices evermore. Following the Bishop's
sermon the ?acrament of the Lord's Sapper
THE GERMAN'S GALA DAY.
THE FIRST DAY OF THS SCHCETZENFES
Reception of thc Visiting Riflemen-!
Procession-1 he Arrival-Thc Pres?
talion-The Sports, the Gaines, a
I niversal Jollity, dec.
In consequence of the rough weather, wu
detained the ?teamer Champion, from S
York, abc did not reach her berth at Ad??
Wharf nntil 6 o'clock yesterday morning,
the wharf a committee from the Charles:
Rifle Clnb and Mete's band were m waitii
The visiting Sehnet zen from New York 8
Jersey City, nuder Captain J. F. Gerdes, of I
New York Schnetzen Corps, were welcomed
i Professer Herman D. Meier, of the committ
who bade the visitors a hearty welcome, a
assured them of a hospitable treatment duri
their sojourn in our city. He begged to e
brace the occasion to reciprocate the genere
greeting the Charleston Schnetzeu bad
ceived wh?e in New York in attendai
on the great National Fest. Captain Gert
briefly responded, and returned Bincere thai
for the cordial reception, which, he said, v
most highly appreciated.
Escorted by the committee, led by the bai
they marched np East Bay to Market stre
thence through King-street to Lindsted
Hall, where they partook of a collati?
Healths were drank, sentiments of friends!
I exchanged, and the bonds of lang syne :
GENEEA L ASSEMBLING AMD PROCESSION, AC.
The Charleston Kifle Club assembled al
A. M. yesterday, and sent a delegation of i
of the riflemen under Professor Meier, to esc?
the S?ngerbund and Teutonia Societies a
the Turners to the rendezvous. Ba their way
headquarters at Lindstedt's Hall, they we
joined by Lieutenant Statte at the corner
King and Liberty streets, who took comma:
of the escort and party, and proceeded to t
prize depot, Von Santen's Bazaar, King-atre<
near Market, where the King of last year, M
W. H. Ounnemann, was met and escorted
line to "Lindsted t's," where the general gath?
ing was in progress.
Was then formed. A brass field-piece, borrowi
from the arsenal, and four large bay horses to
the lead. Two of the Charleston Schnetz
were mounted on the horses, while on the pie
were four more of the club, all in uniform wi
flags in their hands.
- The target of honor, in a wagon with ti
horses, came immediately next. It was wreat
ed with flowers and held aloft by four of ti
The prize carriage, with the chairman ot tl
committee, Mr. A. Niemano, and Mr. Tneodo
Spengler, honorary member of the uermax
Schnetzen of Washington, D. C., which he c
ganized, and others with the silver prizes
their hands, followed. Ex-Presid'nt Spengl
had on his breast anne gold testimonial med
given him by his club.
Metz's band succeeded the carriage, discom
ing music as they marched alon?.
The com mi t te, consisting of Professor Meie
F. von Samen, F. We hm an, E. Walt jen and
C. H. Claussen and others, under Lieutena:
Kl itt e, came next.
The New York Bitte Corps were immediate
m the roar of the committee, and carried ;
American flag and their elegant blue silk cot
pany flag. Their uniform is a pleated saok i
green baize, black facings and trimming
black felt hats, cord and acorn tassel and gre?
ostrich feat h er. The following is a list of ofi
cere and members : Captain, J. F. Gerde
First Lieutenant, F. Knebel; Sureeon, T. ria
ger. Members-G. Errey, H. L. Meyer, J
I von Gelevoe, H. Bishof, H. Wellbrook. A. Wah
mann, F. Wane m acker, N. Crusus, H. Jei
gens, J. Cordes, C. Jeffers, F. Jalenburg, (
Pirsch, and Colonel H. Briuker, of the Fin
Regiment of New York Cavalry.
The Jersey City Sohuetzen Corps delegatio
came next, a? follows: Captain, J. Horstmai
F. W. Muller, G. We hrh om, Wm. Harris ot
Johnny A. Albere. Their uniform is the sam
aa that of the New York corps, save that the
have bugles on their collars and plaited epat
Behind these followed the Saaengerbund an
Teutonia Societies, and the Turners and the:
pupil), and the scholars of Mr. Bergmann1
Of the procession waa through King an
Broad streets, East Bay, flarket and Meetin
a. tree ta, up to the South Carolina Railroad de
pot in Mary-street, where they embarked in i
ti ain auder Conductor J. W. Reed, who cai
ried the gay and festive Schnetzen whizzini
I to the Platz, where they formed again, and
with cheering music, marched up the avenue
saluted by salvos from the brass Napoleon
The gate at the entrance to the grounds wa
decked in evergreens and flags. The proc?s
sion marched in and around the main hall, ant
thence into the hall, where there was a plcnti
ful collation served up, which was attacker!
PRESENTATION OF GUTS.
Captain Alex. Melchers welcomed the visi?
tors in an eloquent though brief address in thi
mother tongue, which drew forth repeated
cheers. Captain Gerdes responded at lengtl
io a hearty speech. He spoke of the Nat iona
Fest, and said he and his friends bad come te
enter with spirit into the familiar festiva
about to begin. He said he was always ai
home with Germans wherever be could find
them, irrespective of political faith. All thai
he asked was that they came from the Vater?
land. Turning to Captain Melchers he pre?
sented him with an elegantly chased silver
goblet lined with gold, surrounded by elk
heads, valued at $250, and inscribe 1: "Pre?
sented by the New York Schnetzen Corps,
Captain J. F. Gerdes, to the Charleston Shoot?
ing Association, to commemorate their visit to
their festival on the 5th, Gth and 7th of May,
Captain Melchers received tho handsome
gift with very appropriate words, and proposed
three cheers for the New York corps, whi?h
was heartily resounded, and echoed with a
Captain Horetman of the Jersey City Club,
was next introduced. He said he was no
speaker, but accepted the Carolina welcome,
as a sincere evidence of the good feelings of
those in whose hospitable keeping he was. He
presented the Charleston Club with a fine
double case gold watch, morocco box. The
watch was inscribed : "Presented to Charles?
ton Sehe itzen Gesellschaft, by the Jersey City
Soheutzen Corpa, May 7th, 18*69."
Captain Spengler, honorary member and
founder of the Germania Schuetzen Corps of
Washington, was introduced by Mr. Niemann.
He regretted that he was the only representa?
tive of his corps present to engage in and en?
joy the festivities of this gala occasion. When
he bad finished, three rousing cheers broke the
silence of the banquet ball.
Mr. Bergmann rose and said that at the last
meeting of the club it was resolved that all the
visitors should enjoy privileges equal to the
members of the club, an i begged them, while
here, to consider themselves fully privileged
Captain Melchers requested the battalion to
reform outside of the hall to allow M. Paaquet,
of the Parisian Photographic Corps, to photo?
graph the group, so that the European papers
might be furnished with a correct representa?
tion of the scene. The cunera was planted at
some distance over the gate to the main ea
trance, and in a few moments the scene wes
transferred to the plate and pronounced
The officers of the Charleston Schuetzen are:
President, Alexander Melchors; vice-President,
J. D. Lesemann; Treasurer, J. H. Petermann;
Secretary, C. H. Bergunnn.
Are filled Tith booths, tastefully decked with
evergreens and flowers, mottoes and crossed
flag.,; and of the latter there is an abundance
floating in every direction. The shooting Kal?
lery has been considerably improved since the
last Fe8t, and is now very conveniently ar?
ranged, with ample room. The rules and reg?
ulations are posted on every tide, and are to
be strictly obeyed.
Are circular and square, and three hundred
feet distant from the gallery. As soon UM a
shot is fired, if it hits, a man under cover
points to the spot hit with a stick, so that each
marksman can see the result of bis aim and
The Eagle is aloft as usaal, defying the
rifleB. There are also targets describing ch?
The Harlequin target shone up a monkey
when struck, which disappears aa quickly as
Tbe bull's-eyes are on all the targets, and
three inches in diameter.
Are numerous and varied, and consist of shoot?
ing at the eagle and the targets; people's
amusexents, such as prize shooting for visi?
tors, nine-pin alleys, turning, swinging, Italian
music on the place, aeronautic balloons, marion?
ettes with music, barrel organs, panorama,
merngene with music, the streets of Charles?
ton, patent swings, bird-swinging, ring throw?
ing, frog catching game, water drawing, milk
feeding, sugar eatiDg, sack running, mill of
misfortune, climbing pole, race of velocipedes,
Ac. Dancing, music and ball, from 12 o'clock
H. till 7 o'clock P. M.
The velocipedes, four in number, were on
the ground, but the arrangements for the
race were not completed and it will not take
place until to-day.
THE NUMBLE OF VISITORS
In the early part of the day was not very
large, but the steady arrivals by the steamer
Fannie, the omnibus line, the cars, on foot,
and in every conceivable st j le of vehicle, Boon
jammed the Platz, until it contained thousands.
The scene along the shell road woe very lively,
as the omnibuses, carriages, cai ts and - pedes?
trians went towards the festival.
ATTEMPT TO STOP THE FESTIVAL.
lor. Taft, an agent of the county commis?
sioners, appeared upon the ground and de?
manded a tax of $60 on every booth. Captain
Members refused this point blank. .He said
that it was their own ground, they had a regu?
lar license, and if the agent wanted to collect
the tax ho had batter apply to their lawyer and
not attempt to carry bis threat to stop the fes?
tival into execution, which would doubtless
be a difficult and unpleasant thing to do. Hero
the matter ended.
There is a glass case shadod by flags, at?
tached to headquarters, whore some of the
prominent prizes were exposed. Among them
were silver castors, from W. O. Whilden & Co.
and Wm. Carrington A Co.; a silver teapot
from James Allan; a silver bulter dish; a silver
medal, from James Bock, engraved by W.
Fischer with a likeness of Genoral John A.
Wagener on one side; a diamond studded
schuetzen insignia from New York; also a sil?
ver salver and two goblets from A H. Hayden.
All the prizes were not f-Ypnsod yAatarday. but
willi no doubt, be so to day, as a great many
wero being carried np yesterday.
Ed bles and refreshments can be had at mo?
derate prices, and in the greatest variety and
The ball room is a scene to behold. Hun?
dreds of couples on the floor at the same mo?
ment bewilder the vision.
The strictest propriety prevails, whilst the
round of pleasure, mirth, dancing, music,
amusements, Ac':, goes on uninteruptedly. The
appointments of the ground are better this
season than ever before, and everything is on a
grander and far be: ter scale.
The following were won yesterday: Theo.
Melchers, crown of eagle, first prize; H. Klatte,
ball in right 'claw, second prize; A. W. Jager,
bead, third prize.
A PLEASANT TEIP. *
An excellent opportunity ia afforded by which
visitors to the Schuetzenfest are enabled to take
a ?ne view of the city, breathe the salt air
and inspect the Ashley Biver Phosphate Works.
This is certainly "getting tbe money's worth,"
leaving the pleasures of the Schuetzenfest out
of the question, and all who desire to have a
May frolic with orr German friends and avoid
the dust, may take a passage on the steamer
Fannie, whose schedule is published in an?
A NEW YOBEEB hus bought the Snow's
Island plantation, on Great Peedee, in Wil?
liamsburg County, tor $12,000 cash. Snow's
Island is an historic spot, famous as tbe almost
inaccessible camping place of General Francis
Marion, during the war of the revolution.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, MAT 5.-Pavilion Hotel.
Z. McDonald, New Orleans; J. Rutter, Penn?
sylvania; E. P. Champney, Hilton Head; John
Fr?ry, Beaufort; John Martin, John Bents, Po?
land; Samuel Sanders, A Lucas, St. Thomas'
Parish; J. E. Wright, Friendship; Miss Kate
Fenton, Atlanta; D. H. Gravey, T. W. Fisher,
North Carolina; Madam Stewait, New York'; W.
J. Bull, St. John's; E. P. Bollon, Conwayboro';
B. J. Carman. Bennettsvilk-; John Willey,
Graniteviile; F. A. M. Cook, BonnettsvUle;
Thoma? McNally, Marion; J. S. Cobb and wifo,
R. M. Jordan and wifo, Maine; J. W. Edwards,
Charleston BM,-Maynard Robertson, Sum?
ter, South Carolina ; T. R. Dartkins and lady,
-; C. T. Hampton, Mississippi ; J. J. Bo .
rie and sou, Pennsylvania ; S. Durkee and
wifo, Mr?. Fleming, Mrs. Bell, two children
and servant, D. Halthorn, A. Herman, W.
Neely, Mis. A. F. Dutton, P. P. Smith, Geo. B.
Pondletou, M. K. Brown, R. 8. Norton, Mrs. A.
Adams, Mrs. M. Flandrau, New York ; F. A.
Eustia, Beaufort, Saith Carolina ; Mrs. and
Miss Foste r, Miss E Lowe, Miss Dawkins, Bos?
ton; Thos. N. Taylor and wile, Philadelphia;
Mrs. J. E. Nichols, KL ode Island; Mrs. C.gti.
Bernaus, Savannah ; P. Malone, Augusta ; J.
W. Bessman and wife, Miss Sinott, Augusta;
Madame Stewirt, New York; William C. Hill,
North Carolina; John S. Green, Columbia; L.
P. Bunch, Georgia; C. J. Ross, Miss M. Deems;
A. A. Farley, H. Hanks, New York; R. M.
Rhea, W. W. Slukrey, New York; J. C. Mayo,
Massachusetts; Mrs. S. Bowen, Master W. B.
Mayo, New York; H. D. Law, Mrs. L N. Straw?
berry, B. J. Loyal, Rhode Island; R. B. Rhett,
Jr., city; H. Chavrant, New York; J. J. Foster,
Virginia; J. Goldsmith, New York; A. M. La?
tham, St. Andrew's; Wm. Green, Georgia:
E. C. Jones and two daughters, M?ssa
chuseits; H. W. Smith an^wife, Philadelphia;
T. C. Hamilton, New York; G. W. Baldwin,
Massachusetts; J. L. August, Va.; A. A. Adam,
wife and child, New York; E. Dana, Massachu?
setts; J. A Worth, H. Lilly, Miss J. M. Lilly,
Mrs F. B. Bose, North Carolina; E. Peloreon,
New York; S. B. Davis, Connecticut; J. B.
Bucklin, Miss Fay, Mr. and Mrs. D. Amean,
man and maid, G. A. Gardiner, Davis Combe,
Pennsylvania; D. H. Thurston, J. H. Hall,
Massachusetts; D. Callahan, Savannah.
REPOBTBBS' CBUKBS.-Mr. L. J. Barbot is
surveying the State lande on Morris Inland
preparatory to the erection of a lazaretto.
The fair of St. Mark's Church, (colored,)
which has a very respectable membership, ia
worthy of success.
The committee appointed by Council to
nii.ke the jury list, were bueily engaged ycs
AnaiVAB or THE PALMETTO AND TUE DELEGA?
TIONS.-The Palmetto boys with their prize
punch bowl, and the delegations from the Vigi?
lant aud Stonewalls, arrived yesterday, and
were escorted from the South Carolina Rail?
road depot to the home of the Palmetto, An
son-street, by the Stonewalls tho Young Amer?
icas, the Marions and the Vigilants. The usual
compliments were exchanged at thc Palmetto
ACCIDENT TN COLOMBIA.-On Tuesday morn?
ing as a push car belonging to one of tbe sec?
tion masters on the Charlotte and South Caro?
lina Railroad was leaving the yard, one of the
foi ward wheels was broken in two and the oc?
cupants of the car precipitated upon the track
and severely injured by the advancing vehicle.
The names of the injured nen, all white, are :
Nathaniel Wilson, knee broken and face terri?
bly mangled: Sebe Dukes, compound fractucej
of left leg and severe bruises ; John Mayner,
badly bruised in head and body.
THE MONUMENTAL FAIB was more crowded
last evening than on any previous occasion.
A number of new articles have been added to
the already largo list of every variety and de?
sign, and the general attention are undimin?
Especial attention is called to the firemen's
prize, chancea fifty cents each, and to the
lithographed copies ortho "Roll of the Dead,"
for Bale at tl.
The following articles were won last evening:
Miss Florie Brown, one baby house; Mrs. T. A.
Whitney, one large turkey; James C. Lacoste,
one Bil ver butter dish and knife; Mr. Bowman,
one straw fire screen; Miss M. O. Whit?
ney, on a fruit cake; Mrs. S. H. Wilson, one
fruit cake; Mary A. Gannon, one handsome
fan; E. N. Brodie, one doz m large Bil ver
spoons; Miss Minnie Ward, one doll; Frank E.
Taylor, ore t?a urn with lamps attached;
Miss Iva McEenny, one fruit cake; A.
Beauregard Chase, one watennelon ; Miss
Annie Heriot, one cooked ham ; J. D. Alexan?
der, one box sugar plums ; T. A. Smythe, one
mess cross; A. F. Curtis, ono dozen large sil?
ver forks; Mrs. W. D. Porter, one fruit cake;
Carrie L. Qrice, one child's chair; H. R. Rave
nel, one china set; J. Moultrie Lee, one steeple
cake; J. L. Honour, one stoeple cake; L. E.
Mobly, one noagat urn.
Tho following gentlemen compose thc man?
agers for this evouing:
tienior Minago a.-Hon. G. S. Bryan, Hon.
H. D. Lcsesnc, General James Conner, Gene?
ral John A. Wagoner, Colonel T. Y. Simone,
Major T. G. Barker, Captain Wm. Jorvey, Cap?
tain E. L. Halsey, F. C. Blum, Esq., A. P.
Caldwell, Esq., W. B. Heriot, Esq., C. T. Mit?
chell, Esq., T. D. Wigner, Esq., J. 8. Riega,
Esq., F. J. Pelzer.Eaq., Alex. Calder, Esq., J.
H. Murrell, Esq.
Jvntor Managers.-!?. H. Honour, G. W. Ai
mar, H. H. Williams, J. J. Small.
DISSOLUTION.- Tho copaitnership existing
between tho undersigned, under the firm name
of "COURTENAY," is this day dissolved by mu?
tual consent. The business of tho late firm
vt ill be settled by NFVFVTLLE & HANNAM, who
micceed them. ANDREW MoFEETERt*.
JOHN J. ENNIS,
Charleston, flay lat, 18G9.
COPARTNERSHIP. - The undersigned have
this day formed a Copartnership under the
firm name of NEDFVLLLE & HANNAM, and
will continue the business heretofore carried
on by the firm of COURTENAY, as Blank Book
Manufacturera, Book Binders, Job Printers and
Stationers, at the old stand, No. 9 Broad-street.
B. K. NEUFVILLE.
May 1st, 1869. . 3 May 5
JJ H UTO GRAPH COLOR IN G.
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with eire and laste can have their orders
promptly filled by leaving tuera at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each case be
given as to the stylo of coloring pieferred.
April M Unios?
THE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE,
WTLLOOX Sc GIBBS'
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
rjTHlS MACHINE STANDS THUS F?R UNBI
VALLI D as a FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, and
has taken the place of over forty double thread ma?
chines in this city. Reliable Agents wanted in all
large towns in thc State.
D. B. HASELTON,
No. 307 KING-STREET,
Willcox A Gibbs' Agent of South Carolina
NEEDLES, OIL. SILK, kc, constantly on hand.
REPAIRING as usttaL Ftuttilyr Mayl
Shirts anH /nmisljing (?oote.
SHIRTS OF ALL STYLES ASD SIZE?, READY
MADE or made to order, at
E. SCOTT'S ?UlRT LMPORI?M.
TIES, BOWS, CRAVAT S AND SCARF.?, IN GREAT
variety and latest fashions, at
E. SCOTTS i UBM?HING STORE.
AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND FRENCH HOS?
IERY, oi nil grades, can always be found at
E. SCO IT'S, Meeting-street.
EEVERSIBLE STITCH LIXEN-FACED PAPIR
COLLARS AND CUFFS, of all ttylea and-size?,
at E. SCOTTS GEN T'S FURS LSHINO STORE.
STAR SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRT-1, DRAWERS, OF
every kind, at
E. SCOTTS STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM.
HANDKERCHIEFS. 1INEN AND SILK. READY
Hemmed for immediate use, at
P. SCOTT'S GENTS FCRNISHING STORE.
XNDIA GAUZE SHIRTS, LISLE THREAD AND
Mik Shirts, at
E. SCOTT'S EMPORIUM.
RECEIVED BY EYE HY S1EVMER FREsH AD?
DI I IONS to my already full stock ol Gi ntle
meu's Furuiehins Goods, Apply to
E. SCOTT, Meeting-street, abov.e Marli et.
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF KID GLOVES
and Lisle Thread Gloves of all colors and sizes
to be lound at
gCOTT'S ST Alt SHIRT EMPORIUM, -
OPPOSITE THE MARKET HALL.
January 1 Cmos
JAMES KNOX.JOHN GILI
KNOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE,
Conshmments of COTTON, RICE, ko., respect*
fully solicited, and liberal advancea made thereon.
Orders for CORN and BACON promptly executed
with care and attention.
April 27 limos?
A C IR i?.
THK i?CUSCSIBER BfcGS LEAVE 10 ESFO?M
his fri unds and the pu] ic tb* the can be foand
athis OLD 8TAND, Basel-street, oopogitePo?tof
floe. where he keeps FIVE C ?RHIAGK*, open and
else, and BOOGIE* FOB Bl RE. Thankful for
past favori, he hopes that, by strict attention to bu
?nnoss, to merit a continuance of the same.
Mar li thm6_RIOBARD McHUKNY.
LMPOUT?DBY Of K^SHS. BEITH-LIXI ?It
TOGVI AT J\( rfSdWILI.K, FLA..
BT RECKST ARRIVALS OF
THEIR LINK OF VESSELS,
FR?NCH GOODS :
WCASKS FINE CLARET WINE
800 rases Fine French Ale, pints and quarts
126 ba?keU Fine Chamoaimo, celet rated brand?
20 ca?es Fine Benedictine Liquor
* 10 cases Fine Vermouth Wine
30 cases Fine Pomegranite Syrup
76 i a-e- Fine Sardines (quarter box- -
10 cases Fine I rums in taney boxes)
200 gross Fiench Matches
60 boxfs French H perm Candles
25,010 Fr ney French Clay Pipes
SO dr z u Fine French Calfskin.* and Linings.
Sample* Of tho above can be seen al my store,
where orders will be leceived tor quantities to suit
JOHN B. TOGNI,
No. m MEET IN G-STREET*
THREE DOOBS SOUTH OF MABKET-STBEET,
May 5_ 6
Brazier's and Sheathing Copper
of all sizes, for sale by William
Shepherd, No. 17 Hayne-street,
Charleston, S- C._
LUMBER! LUMBER !
OKA AAA FEETLUMBEB
?OU.UUV/ 500 cords Oak Wood
9' 500 cords Pine Wood,
^or sale low by the boat load or by tbe cord.
April 27 Comer State and Market h tree ts.
WOOD I WOOD !
FINE YFLLOW PINE WOOD FOR SALE, IN
lots to suit purchasers. Apply at WOOD YAB'
Lucas, foot of Mill-street, adjoinlm? Maulding Baw
Mill. Orders left at the following places will recevre
prompt attention :
Drug store ol W. A. Maire, Eing-itieet,
Drug store of P. M. Cohen, Eing-ftreet,
And at A. Brookbank*, corner or Meeting and Queen
streets. J. O. NOLIE.
REFINED FAMILY LARD
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
Ask your Grocer for our brand of
Lard In these Packages.
Packed Sm, 5 lb, 10 m Caddies, 60 lb cases for
shipment. Cheapest mode for schlug Lard. Send
lor Price List Imo April 8
J. B. HXABO, H. V. I W- HEARD, NORFOLK.
c. w. TouNo, M. T. I r. x. oDonarooE, POBTSKOUTB.
J IK.VttU, YOUNO ft CO.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Mo. 217 Washing ton.street,
N E ff YORK.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE SALE OF
EARLY VEGEOABLE3, FBU'T8,
B EFE it L NC KS.-GOTO rn or Z. B. Vance, Charlotte;
W. D. Reyno ds A Bro., Norfolk; E. G. Ohio, Super
intendent S. A R. Railroad, Portsmouth ; Colonel 8,
L. Fremont, E. E. Burruss, Esq, Wilmington; H.
K. Thurhur A Co., Langbran A Egbert, Now York;
Bernard O'Neill,Charleston; Alexander A Bussell,
Ea yannan. S m oe April 2
GODFREY; & HARPER.
1 HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ASSOCIATED FOR
the practice of L AW in the Conrts or Co ?loton
W. GODFREY, Walterboro', 8. C.
L. A. HARPER.
George's Station, S. C. Railroad.
April M , stuthlmo*
J L. MOSES,
Ko. 34 ?road.street.
COLLECTOR OF RENTS
REAL ESTATE A GENT.
April 10 stuthSmos
I T O II N O . ALEXANDER,
NOT\HYPUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. IO Broad-*trcet.
RESPECTFULLY SOL1CVM BUSINESS IN AD?
JUSTING ACCOUNTS ul Merchants and others,
and in WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOOKS,
either in part or whole, Ac. January 9
J? D XV A lt D DALY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 854 Warren-street,
PERSONAL AT TEN HON GIVEN TO TEE PUR?
CHASE ot all finds ol MERCHANDISE. Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Ca. a and Trunk', ami Straw Qoods a
Consignments of all kinds ot Staple Articles and
general Produce solicited.
Prompt returns guaranteed.
Late of Charleston, S. O.
Feral-Weekly Price Currents sent free by post.
January 28 nae 6mos
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN EING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AM
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATHS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASSES, SHINGLES;
also. GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, Ac, con?
stantly on hand at the lowest market prices.
September 12 mthslyr
HAMPOOING AND HAIR-CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason
Send orders to w. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
April 14 No, 31 Broad-street (up stairs.)
J. R. READ & GO.
HAVE JUST RFCEIVED AN ASSORTMENT 0?
To which tkev invite thc special attention of the
Ladies. J. ?. READ A CO.
CHEAP DRY GOODS.
IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES,
And Dry Goods Bayera Generally.
THE UNDERSIGNED ANNOUNCE THE FOL
CAI ICuES, of fair quaile, reined tram 12? to 10
HOOPS K i UTS. favorite styles, fi om 50 cents np.
ENGLISH and German Hose and Half Hose, at
the most reasonable prices.
ALBUMS, Notions, Fringes. Gimps Buttons, Port?
man nies, all at moderate prices.
PA it A. so LS-Children's from 60 cents, to Ladies'
from 75 cents up.
DU uss UOuDS. consistinfc of Bareges, Grena?
dines, Crape Mareta, fro LU 20 cents up.
RIBBONS, Straw Good? and Fans, a nice assort?
YOU TRY our 4-4 Longcloths, at ligand 15 cent?
GOOD Ul A LIT Y of Kid Glove*, reduced to ?1.
line Berlin Gloves, Ladies' and Children's, from
26 cents up.
OTTE v H EMI EUE'S celebrated French Cor?
set*, from 90 cents up.
O IV Ll CO cents fora good Brown Linen Table Cloth.
DOY Ll Ea. Diaper and Table Linen, -old at the
lowest cash pt ices.
SILKS, of very good quality, reduced to $2 and $2
All goods are bought by chance, and the people
will find it to their advantage to oall at ?
FUHCHGOTT ii BRO'S.,
No. 437 King-street, corner of Calhoun.
An exclnaive department for Boots, Shoes, Hata
and Trunks. 3moe May 3
DRY Q00D31 DRY GOODS !
No. ^94 KIN U'STBEIT,
WO OLD RESPECTFULLY BEG LEAVE TO
call attention to his large and well assorted
stock of New and Fashionable DRY GOODS, Just
cos SIB TIN o or:
DRESS GOODS, HOSIERY, LINENS
While Goods. Gloves. Casslmeres
Embroideries. Hoop Skirt?, Longcloths
Lace Goods, Parasols, Domestic Goods
Corsets, Notions, Sheetings, Ac. ]
A lot of superior CALICOES, warranted fast colors,
at 12L; cents per yard.
Under Masonic Hill,
Southeast corner of King and Wentworth streets.
April 6 tuthslmo
(?lot!)ing aub /tuttisIring ?nulls.
GREAT ATTRACTIOX !
No. 291 King-street,
Corner of Wentworth.
AN ELEGANT SUPPL*
Spring Clothing and Furnishing
FOR MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
Now Opened and Offered at Low Prices,
The Stock comprises all the new Styles of GOODS
AND GARMENTS introduced this season. Pur?
chasers are invited to call and examine the stock and
IN GREAT VARIETY,
STAR BRAND SHIRTS!
Which I have been selling for twenty-five years,
noted for their GOOD HT and Durability. There
are four qualities of them.
A LARGE UNE OF
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS,
Viz : THE BYRONS, THE ^DICKENS, SHAKES?
PEARE, THALBERG, EGBERT, GAROTTE,
Bli-HOP, Ac. ftc, ftc.
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT,
Choice French, English und American
CASSIMERES AND COATINGS.
Which will bo MADE UP TO ORDER ia the best
manner, under the care o'f a fir?t-clas? French
B. W. McTUREOUS, Superintendent.
April 23 30
^ 1H V>1 UK UL VIV Ai SK ABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITOUS IN EQUITY,
Charleston, S. C.
Office in thc Courthouse.
D. H. CHAMBERLAIN, Atty-Gencrol... E. B. SEABROOK.
Special attention will be paid to the Prosecution of
Claims held by par? ?es outside of the State. May 4
T AV. A L. G. WELLS dc CO.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 114 WEST PR ATT-STREET.
RECEIVE AND SELL ON COMMISSION ALL
kinds ot early
We guarantee highest market prices and prompt
returns for all consignments to our house. Stencil
Plates furnished free ot chanre. 2mos May 3
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGRICULTURAL, IMPLEMENTS, Q ARDEN
GEO. E. P1NGREE.
No. 140 Meeting-street, Charleston.
March 24 ?om
BY T. M. CATEE.
Will be sold THIS DAT, ob Brown's Wharf, st three
quarters psst 9 o'clock,
20 tubs KEW WITTER, per steamar Champion
50 tubs Old Butter
50 tubs Lard
10 boxes Bacon Rides
Lot open C. C. Crockery
10 assorted Crates, now landing.
Conditions cash. _ May j
Trimmed Straw Eats, Fans, Dry Goode, ??e.
BY JOHN G. MIL NOR & CO.
THIS DAT, 6th m>tant, at 10o'clock, we will sell, at
onr Auction Salesroom, No. 195 Meeting-street,
LADIES' MIXED SUNDOWNS, beven-End Dew
Drops, White Satin Sultana, Misses/ Milan Sun*
downs, Pedal LaBo*e, chip .Normas, Children's As?
sorted Hats,- Black Lace Points, Palm and Willow
Pans, Pavilion Ganze, White ard Brown Linen
Drill, 6-4 Black Bibbed Cassim ere*, Ladlee' Gloves.
Lineo Coarin?, Linen Bosom Shirts, with a ce-oral
assortment of Desirable Goods, just rcelved pet
Conditions cash._May 6
CBOA9DALE'S*GENUINE PHOSPHATE ABO
BOWEB'S COMPLETE MANURE. Bott
star dard Fertilizers. For sale by
No. 102 East Bay,
bole Agent for South Carolina. ?
No. 1 PERUYIAN GUANO.
OA A TON8 No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO. WAB
iiUU BANTED genuine and pure, landing Atora
Schooner E. F. Cabsda.
For sale by T. J. KEBR k 00.
BM NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 EAST BAY.
; BILLS LADINO
Printed in the neatest style ?nd at the
NEUF YULE & HANNAM,.
SUCCESSORS TO COURTENAY.
=g f ?ai
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
Job Printers and Stationers.
WHOLESALE DEALEE9 IN
FLAT AND FOLDED PAPERS, j
CARDS, CARD BOARDS,
BILL HEADS, SK.
Ko. 9 Broad-Street,
CHARLESTON, 8. O .
B. E. NE?FVILLH *
May 6 lao
?Hacbinrrn, (Ecsjittfls, HU.
FLOUR AND CORN MILLS
ALL COMPLETE, FURNISH BO AT 8HORTE8T
N Ol ICE, and or the most Improved style aad
Four of the said Mills are in operation In this city
now, and have all proved satisfactory and superior
to all others.
Bolting Cloth, Screen Wire, Ac, constantly on
band. HABT A MUNSON.
Utica, New York.
For particulars apply to the undersigned, where
the Mills can be seen in full operation dally.
Agents for South Carolina,
Starch ll thru 3mos Charleston, S. O.
PHONIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR* CO.,
CAMERON dc CO..
Engineers, Boilermakers, ?fcc*?
Nos. 1, G fliic? 3 FBITVHARD-STREE1,
OEAB THE OBX SOCK),
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONERY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILL8 OF EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLEiS AND GEARING
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND ES IRON OB
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
of aa good quality and power, and at aa low ratea as
can be bad tn New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcroft/s Low-water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER Hi .
REPAIRS PBJMPTLT ATTENDED TO.
February 1 nao _3t> *
?^y 1 L h I A IH VAN WTCK,
(LATE OF SOOTH CA BO LE? A,)
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
No. ?9 Wall-street, New Vorst,
BOOM No 12.
Apnl 6 lat