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~ LOCAL MATTERS.
MEETINGS THIS DA T.
nitrion Lodge, at 8 P. ii.
strict Observance Lodge, at 8 P. M.
Eagle Fir?Company, at 8 P. ll.
Marion Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
A UCTION SALES THIS DAY.
LEITCH & Banns will seil at ll o'clock, at the
^ old Poatofflce, the skxv P.C. Gaillard and
MoLia DB AXE will sell, at IO o'clock, al his
store, corner Kins: and Libarty-s^sacts, boots,
shoes and hats.
KNOX, DALT & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at
tht ir salesroom, Mooting-etrtet, corner of j
Wentworth, splendid turnituie and sundries.
JOHN G. MIXNOR & Co. will sell at 10 o'el eek,
at their salesroom, Meeting-street, millinery
goods. _ ?- H *!'
THE DAILY NEWS PRICE CURRENT AND COM?
ME DCLAL CIRCULAR will be ready for delivery at
oar coontlng-toom at nm? o'clock this morn?
ing. Single copies ATS cents. Orders for ten
copies and over will bellied at the rate of two
and a half cents per copy.
THRIFT.-Bichar d McHnnny, an enterpris?
ing colored man, bas been enabled, through
the Kindness of friends, to re-establish himself j
at -his old stand, Hasel-atreet, where he has
rebuilt the ?tables destroyed by fire. He is an
industrious and worthy man, end-deserves pa?
1 HZ MONUMENTAL FAQ.-There was a great
accession to the number of visitors at the Fair
last night, and the tables rieb in an innumer?
able variety of supplementals that were to be
^ aeon on the two past evenings. AB last as the
articles are raffled they are replaced by seem?
ingly better one3. Ihe tables generally are
really worth especial observation; look well at
the beautiful pieces of woman's handiwork;
see what the pa ins-taking labor of man has
contributed, all so tastily and prominently ar
. ranged, so that t?y can come within the range
of Hie eye at a glance.
: The Juvenile table, us the north side of the
hall, with its abondance of small wares to ?
please the yon: .3 folk, is not the least interest?
ing feature of the entertainment.
The balloting for tba Firemen's Prize is get- 1
tin? intensely exciting, and each company
beginning to show its strength and come np in
- phalanxes. The Ivltca, too, are interested m
their favoiites, and are as earnest in their soft
? entreaties as woman cain bo. The contest is :
sharp oue. and seems to be toe source of eqme
excitement in t be Department.
N Finely lithographed rolls of the dead of the
association are sold for one dollar, and will no
doubt be sought after by many as precious me- |
men toes of ?he checkered fast.
Thft moving mass, the Bolt music, the parti?
colored grabs swung to and fro, the rich cano?
pies of the tables, the banner aloft, the fes?
toons of evergreens, make up a picturesque
* whole, and a brief bat of charming attractions
that culminate ic Hibernian Hall.
The prize pnnoh bowl won by the Palmetto
Fire Company, will be sent to the Fair for the .
inspection ot the firemen.
The. following is a bat of prizes won last
evening : W. W. Trenhohn, one regatta club;
F. C. Chreitzberg, old woman and shoe; H. B.
Olney, one fruit cake; Miss Lizzie Wotton, one
set of jewelry ; Miss O. W. Fitch, ladies'toilet
table and fixtures ; 0. C. Chase, od painting;
MrSi Martha H. Looks, fruit cake: W. A. Wha?
ley, one ?et jewelry; E. F. Sweegan, oue fruit
Cake ; Li 0. Boylttou, infant's chair ; < B. M.
Heriot, Jar orange rxur*m*lada ; Misa MoElroy,
one doli; Julian 8U A. Miller.box French sugar j
ploma; E. N. Brodie, gold lined silver cup; 8.
Lord, ? te eple cake; J. B, Bead, one tidy; J. G.
Marsh, one ham; G. H. Johnson, toilet set;
Dibble, fruit cake; J. B. Bead, atar fruit cake;
- Bulow, ono ?et mata; Johna Cay, beef a la
mode; George QiJliland, elegant fan; J; C. Bas?
sett, childs work box; Wm. 'Middleton, set
jewelry; John Lafar, gold ring; Miss Duflaa,
pearl set ring.
Senior Managers.-The floor managers for
this evening ar J Hon. W. 8, Henerey. General
W. G. DeSaussnre, Colonel A.. O. Andrew?,
Cantam B. M. Lee, Lieatemuit-Colonel E. fi.
Locke, J. M. Gveer, Esq., L. D. Mivwry, Esq.;
0. r. Lowndes, Esq., M. E. Nathan, Esq.,
Majar G. L.Bnisf, B. C. Barkley. Esq., J. fi.
Reflneker, Esq., A. M. Moreland, Esq., Jobs
Klinck, Esq., A. J. White, Esq., Henry Gerdts,
%inior Managers.-J. L. Sheppard, w. E.
Breese, Frank E. Taylor, L. B. Loregreen.
CHARLESTON BOARD or TRADE.-The regular
monthly meeting took place on Tuesday eve?
ning, at Hibernian Hall, President H. Cobie
in the chair.
Mr. E. E. Bedford waa elected a member.
Colonel W. L. Trenhohn, chairman, read the
following report, which was adopted :
The Executive Committee have the honor to
First. That they have arranged for the use
of the Hibernian Hall for meeting of the Board
and Executive Committee.
Second. That.after due consideration, they
find the resolution recommending the aboli?
tion of the charge for rice tierces in accord?
ance with interests of the trade in that article,
and are of opinion that the resolution ought
to be adopted.
W. S. Hastie, Esq., lead the following report,
which was adopted :
The Committee appointed to confer with thc
Governor of the State and Health Officer, with
regard to carrying ont the quarantine law, in
the absence of the proper appropriation by the
Legislature, respectfully report :
That the Governor bas assured your
committee that he will furnish all the
funds necessary to keep up an efficient
quarantine for Ute City of Charleston,
The committee would also report that the
State has taken the entire control of '(be quar?
antine establishments, and hos, 1 ehe vea the
city from ab* iesponsibility,
.f&gned) W. S.HA8?IS,
azo. w. CLARK-.
B. S. BRUNS.
Messrs. George H. Walt?T ?* J-B- ?We
were appointed delegates to represent the
Charleston Board of Ti ade at the t^omercial
Convention, to be bold on the 18tb inef., in
Tte foliowiDg gentlemen were appointed a
committee to confer with the proper authori
ties in relation to the modification or abroga?
tion of an order recently promulgated by the
Collector of this port, bi relation to passenger
steamers : Mesera, Henry Cobie, George W.
Clark and E. W. Marah alL
On motion of W. L Trenholm, Esq., the
following preamble and resolutions were adop?
. Whereat, It ia highly important that some
efficient measures should be adopted for the
collection and publication of the commercial
statistic* of Charleston: therefore, be it
Besotted, That the Executive Committee be
instructed to advertise for prize co m pom ti on H
upon such subjects aa may be proper for the
accomplish ment of the purpose.
On motion of M. Strauss, Esq., it waa
Resolved, That it be referred to the Execu?
tive Committee, to report at our next meetiog,
in reference to a reduction of rates of storage
On motion df?E. W. Marshall, it was
Bgpnlved. That 500 copies be printed of tbe I
ixjCtdiBg? of the late annivaraary meeting of |
the Board, aad of Uta address of Colonel W.
X. Trenhohn then deli v, red.
THE fi CH UETZES FES T.
\ Grand People's Festival.
All bail to ye, jolly Gorm ID. If any one be?
lieves he don't know how to distill comfort from
any surroundings, be they what they may; if
any ono imagines that when tho Teuton rub9
the Aladdin lamp of pleasure, he cannot pro*
dace any amount of illusion, which for the
time satiates and allures, let bim visit the
Schueizenplatz, and have all doubts removed.
On thia broad globe, fora the candle-eating
Nova Zemblana to Botany Bay, there is not a
nation to be lound who combino the bard, in?
dus triona business of life with its O dotce con
oento more happily, more appropriately, or
more refreshingly than the German people.
Home-like and homogeneous in tost? and asso?
ciation, they rally together and are knit as
with hooks of steel. In every community in
i fluences radiate from their comminglings
which give it character and etrength, and they
in turn create for themselves a reputation for
sense and solidity which younger nations
have in vaia striven to emulate.
Americans and Englishmen enjoy their horse
races, yacht clubs aud ball matches. Tb ese
are for raen and muscle. The German, on the
other hand, domesticates his amusements,
and make them such as his Jrau and kinden
eau enjoy and embalm in memory. Wife and
children ore bis companions in pleasure, and
. BO to speak, sanctify its innocence.
Such is tbe character of the enjoyments at
the presea t _ Schuetze nf es t. Those who desire
to test the aewcacy oTeya and xifle may spend
boure in shooting at targets, and boping for a
prize; while the mero "looker on in Vienna"
cannot fail to be amused by a programme ol
entertainment that will touch every musts) in
bis entity from the^?ygoma!icus major to the
remotest connections of bis diaphragm.
Do you want to langra ? Look at the row of
microscopic humanity awaiting their turn to
take a five cent piece out of a bowl of molas?
ses, 'l he little round faces come up out of the
cavernous depths polished like the rosewood
bahs with which you knock down tenpins, and
dash through tue crowd with blinded eyes for
tbe nearest pump.
Look at innocent youths, who think they
can perform gymnastics on a roller that trips
them into a huge bag of charcoal on one side
or flour on the other.
Look at infantile specimens who, for a prof?
fered prize, attempt to eat a saucer of brown
sugar in the shortest given space of time, and
wat oh the distortions that a', tend the process
j Note the industry with which that modern
ragamuffin "shinnys" up the greased pole,
striving with all the ambition of a young Ame?
rican to reach the top were hangs his reward
in shape of fiddle or watch, moving, how?
ever, not unlike a pig on ice.
Observe those bareheaded little urchins tied
up in a sack, with no t h ins but their beads visi?
ble, jumping spasmodically after each other
like eo many animated Egyptian mummies.
Go into the ball room and enjoy a danee
while Muller pipes German music into German
"pedestals, ' which pirouette without regard to
youth or a?e. Ihe ruddy faces of healthy and
baaut?ul women will beam on you, and sturdy
fellows, whose Teutonic avoirdupois kick the
scales at two hundred and fifty, will invite you
down stairs to zwei loqtr and sweater kase.
It's IUD-honest, innocent enjoyment, snob as
Americans know not now to create, bat amply
appreciate and covet.
To detail every style of amusement spread
upon the programme, would fill a page. But
we venture te say that no one who bas visited
the ScbnetzenpUtz, or who may do so to-day,
will net, besides enjoying an inhalation of pore
eran try air, feel that be bas devoted himself to
a few hoare of innocent recreation calca lated
to infuse fresh vigor into bis frame, and renew
his strength for the more solid toils of life.
Ae we have said, the Schuetzenfest isa grand
German festival, but thia year it is something
more. The aim of the managers bas been to
Blake it a "Volktest," a "People's Festival,''
said in this they bave this year succeeded.
Adversity has caused us to know each other
better (htm before. We have learned to meet
without jarring when the opportunity ?given
as it was yesterday. Teuton, Hibernian, Eng?
lishman and American join hands under the
banner of pleasure and become firm, fast
friends in the bond of innocent enjojmout.
Nor wet e the ladies wanting. They made the
Platz bright with their presence. All Charlee
toa was there, and who could say more.
One of the incidents yesterday was the bal?
loon ascension. This machine would not be
kept down. Like the head of ? Schuetzeh it
would rise and it bounded away over tbe trees,
before the riflemen iu charge were altogether
nady. Better luck next time.
The velocipede race was also a novel sight.
There were two races, one for the fastest veloc?
ipede an and the other for the slowest. The
fast prize-an inlaid inkstand-was won by
Mr. W. S. flenerey, Jr. The slow prize-six
bottles of cologne-was won by Mr. Jobn A.
Moroso. The riding was excellent.'
D?ring the day the pip-papping at the eagle
and the various targets went on without inter?
mission. Mr. Torok, of East Bay, who is one
of the best marksmen in town, shot away the
left leg of the eagle, winning a prize. The
famous bird had been plated with boiler iron,
but this was riddled like a sieve, and it is boped
that the tsp wings, tail and body will be taken
off the bush to-day. The general shooting
?as good. Mr. Clusius, one of the New York
Schuetzen, made forty-four centre bits-seven
on Wednesday and thirty-seven yesterday.
This, we believe, is Jue highest point made.
One of the Charleston Schuetzen made thirty
To day special prizes will be put np for tbe
passive numbers and the general public. Six
prizes at least will be shot for in this ?-*^lier
Another feature yesterday wa- ^ am^m'"
by the S?ngerbund^ and. ?ennauii Socioty.
1 - - ir Voices, ble ti ding th the rich harmonies
of German music, floated bewitchingly on the
air and attracted a crowd-of listeners.
It is proper here to say that the officers ol
the society and the Committees on Arrange?
ments and amusements have exeited thora
seiYc indefatigably to make tbe Fest a suc?
cess. They u.*Te heen worked nearly to death,
and have had no time to amuse themselves;
but they have secured the pleasure of their
countrymen and friends, and have Riv JD US a
festival the like of which Charleston had never
seen. Let their names be recorded here. The
officers are : President, Alexander Melohera;
Vice-Pr?sident, J. D. Les em ant) ; Treasurer, J.
H. Petermann; Secretary, C. H. Bergmann;
Directors : F. Puokhaber, P. C. Schroeder, H.
Xlatte, H. Bensen and Geo. Logemann; these
form the executive or "Vorstand" of the socie?
ty. The Committee of Arrangements-the as?
siduous and indefatigable-are : Messrs* A.
Niemann, J. C. fl. Ciaossen, F. von Sauten, F.
Wehmann, F. Waltjen, F. Ansell, G. Lindstedt
and J. Bugheimer. The Committee of
Amusements-and well they do their work
arc: Proiessors A. J. Hoffmann, L. Deden and
H. D. Meier.
Today, of course, will be the grandest day
of ail. The king will be crowned, the prizes
will be distributed, and after sandown there
will be a balloon ascension, an illumination
with Chic ese lanterns, and an elaborate display
MEMORIAL DAT.-The Ladies' Memorial As
sociation mot yostorday afternoon at tho Homa,
in Broad-street, and conferred with a commit?
tee of the Survivors' Association about the cel?
ebration of Memorial Day. The programme
had been arranged, and will probably be pub
lit bed to-morrow.
THE MASS MEET ISO which wad to have been
held at White Point Garden last evening, to be
addressed hy Mr. Z. McDonald, ajrent of the
Louisiana Labor Association, and others, did
not take place, in consequence of some ot the
prominent speakers, who promised to bs pres?
ent, not appearing. McDonald withdrew, after
waiting for some time.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, MAT 5.-Paoihon Hotel.
W. E. Fripp, Charleston County; Mrs. B. J.
Cameron, BenDettsvillc; John Wilson. WiHiauiu
burg; Phil Heller, Kicgstreo.
Charleston Holet.-J. Crusins, New York;
Capt un H. D. Biennoid, Nassau; John G. S.
White, United States Army; G. H. King, New
Yoik; Thomas Taylor, John Waties, Columbia;
John T. Duncan, Laurens; ?fm. Gregg, Aiken;
Colonel Peacooke, England; Wm. Baird, S.
Wilson, Wm. F. Kelley, Philadelphia; N. Fur
man, New Jersey; R. 8. Conover, New York;
C. B. Hutchinson, Auburn, N. Y. "
REPORTERS' CB CUBS.-AD. unruly fellow, who
tried to interfere with one of Graham's omni?
buses, day before yesterday, on the shell road,
was soundly thrashed by the driver.
The May Festival of St. Mark's Chuicb,
(colored) last evening, was numerously at?
People's National Bank stock sold yesterday
A number of the muaicipal official '4ns" are
electioneering hard to keep from being among
The. cases Before thc Mayor yesterday were
confined to a few inebriates who had to pey tor
A prominent colored Republican aspires to
be chief of the Fire Depart ment.
The First Brigade of Regulars.
This brigade was composed of the beet fight?
ing material in the Confederate army, lt
served gallantly in the siege of Charleston,
enduring all the hardships of Sumter and.
Wagner, and won new laurels at Bentonville
and Averysboro', N. C., where both regiments
were decimated. Since the. war tho command
bas been scattered over Dixie, and if tho long
roll were now sounded responses oonld be
beard from the Potomac to the Rio Grande.
The absent officers and men w;il be pleased to
learn of the effort being made to erect a monu?
ment over their honored dead, and will gladly
assist their former comrades in this good
cause. We give below the result of a prelimi?
nary meeting held in this city.
A meeting of the surviving officers, in
Charleston, of the 8outh Carolina Brisado of
Regalars, consisting of the First South Caro?
lina Artillery, First South Carolina Infantry
and Lucas' Battalion, was bold m this city on
the 28th April, 1869, for the purpose of organ?
izing an association, and in order to raise funds
sufficient to erect a suitable monument to their
deceased officers and men.
There were present at th 2 meet ?nc, Colonel
Alfred Rhett, Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph A.
Yates, Captain Jahns M. Rhett, Captain Charles
Inglesby, Captain Edward Lowndes, Captain
William H. Peronneiu, Captain J Gadsden
King, Captain Mitchell King, Captain E. B.
Calhoun, Lieutenant Henry W. Frost, Lieuten?
ant John A. Keith, Lieutenant John Harleston,
Lieutenant John C. Mioott, Lieutenant W. G.
Older, Lieutenant E. 8. Fickling,*Lieutenant
H. W. DeSaussure, Jr., Lieutenant E. C. Ed?
gerton, Lieutenant E. W. Macboth.
On motion of Lieuteuant John C.* Minott,
Colonel Alfred Rhett was called to the chah-,
and Captain Charles Inglesby requested to act
fttS ?ocr?t&r Vt
Colonel Rhett stated tbat the object of the
meeting was to erect a suitable monument in
memory of the officers and men of the brig?
ade, who bad fallan in the late straggle for
Lieatenant-Colonel Joseph A. Yates sag
Steted that a large number of tbe officers of
e brigade who did not reside in Charleston
would, doubtless, have united cordially in the
movement had they been notified of the meet?
ing. He therefore offered the following reso?
lution, which was unanimously adopted.
Resolved, That a full meeting of tbe officers
of tbe Brigade, be exiled for Tuesday, the first
of June next, at 8 o'clock, P. M., at No. 21
Broad-street, and that the Secretary give no?
tice through tbe papers of said meeting.
Upon motion ot Lieut. John C. Minott, it wts
Resolved, That tbe chair appoint a commit?
tee of three, to draw resolut ions and prepare
business for the meeting in Jane.
The chair appointed Lieut. John C. Minott,
Captain Charles Inglesby, and Lient. W. G.
Osier as that committee.
There being no farther business, the meeting
adjourned. CHARLES IKOLESBT,
Late Captain Firct ?. C. Artillery,
Papers throughout the State will please copy
and give circulation to this notice.
BUS I If E S St NOTICES.
G ABDM EB'S HASEL-BTBEET AND KING-STREET
SODA WATER FOUNTAINS.-Cold soda water and
choice syrups; also, the famous mineral waters,
Congress, Kissingen and Vichy, on draught
at Gardner's establishments (late Back &
Co,'s,) Hasel-street,.near Pavilion Hotel, and
No. 449 King-street, near Oalhoun-street.
DISSOLUTION.-Tue copartnership existing
between the undersigned, under the firm name
of "COURTENAY," is this day dissolved by ma?
tul consent. The business of the late firm
will bo settled by NEUFVILLE ? HANNAM, who
succeed them. ANDREW MoFEETEBS.
JOHN J. ENNIS.
Charleston, May 1st, 18G9.
COPABTNEBSHIP. - The undersigned have
this day formed a Copartnership under the
firm name of NEUFVILLE & HANNAM, OD;1
will continue the business h ere t of o^ carried
on by the firm ol COUBTEN*^ a8 Blank Book
Manufacturera, Bookbinders, Job Printers and
^'vatlOn?iu, ftt the cid stand, No. 9 Broad-street,
B. K. NEUFVILLE.
May 1st, 18G9. 3 May 5
Stitts anH /arriisijtnj] ?aobs.
SH1BTP OF ALL STALES AND SIZES, BEADY
il AUK or made to order, at
E. S CO TI'S b Bi RT EMFOBI?M.
TIES. BOWS. CHAVAIS AND SCARFS, IN GREAT
variety and latest fashions, at
E. SCOTT'S rUBNISHtNG STOKE.
AMF.RICAN, ENGLIsH AND FRENCH HOS
LEBY, of all grades, can always be found at
E. SCOIT'S, Meeting-street.
REVERSIBLE STITCH LINEN-FACED PAP?B
COLLARS AND CUFFt?, of alt atyles and sizes,
at E. SCOTT'S GENT'S FURNISHING STORE.
STAB SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRT?, DRAWERS, OF
every kind, at
E. SCOTTS STAR SHIBT EMPORIUM.
HANDKERCHIEFS, LINEN AND SILK, BEADY
Hemmed for Immediate use, at
F. SCOTT'S GEN l'a FURNISHING STORE.
?NDI A GAUZE SHIR TS, LISLE THREAD AND
Mik Shirts, at
E. SCOTT'8 EMPORIUM.
RECEIVED BY EVERY 81EVMEB FBESH AD?
DITIONS to my already full stock of Gentle?
men's Furnlshlns Gx>ds, Apply to
E. SCOTT, Meeting-street, above Market.
THE BEST .ASSORTMENT OF KID GLOVES
and Lisle Thread Glovea of all colors and sizes
to be lound at
gCOTT'S STAU SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE THE MARKET HALL.
January 1 6nos
nwm nwt Iwl
GANG AND CIRCI
HAVINO PURCHASKD THE PATENT BIGHT F(
above, we are now prepired to flit orders for
'Ihe advantages of this Machine are economy, dt?pat
peri ec t order.
By its use the teeth of the Saw are kept at a unlfon
Fully one-fourth (?1 and betfr lumber can be cut ?
ning straighter, freer, faster and cut smoother.
A Saw ran be sharpened in five minutes, and in tb(
The price of the Machine can be saved In a few mo
For further information apply to
PER-ONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with ore and taste can have their orders
prompt!; filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each case be
given ss to the style of coloring pieferred.
Apnl 22 3mos*
ON NEW TOBE,
For sale by GEO. W. WILLIAMS t 00.
Apnl 19 mwfl2
/ottfi) (Etort?, (Cte.
BEAUTIFUL FANCY GOODS,
. -TOYS, &c. .
OPENED FOR THE SPRING TRAtAg, 1869.
ALABOE ASSORTMENT, AT LOW PBICE8,
consisting ia pert of: *
CHINA TOILET GOODS BOCKING HORSES
Mantelpiece Ornaments Two, Three ana Four
Photograph Albums Wheeled Velocipedes
Ladies' Workboxes Tin, Iron and Wood Toy?
Writing Desks, Fans Toy Wagons, Wheelbat
Portemonsies. Purses rows
Chesp Famik Soaps, Per- Dolls, Marbles, Toys,
famery, Ac. Kites
German Pipes, Pt "ms, ic. Games in great variety for
Fancy Baskets, Picnic In and out of door use,
Travelling and Flower such as
Beautiful China Bouquet Bare and Rubber Balls
China Cups and Saucers, Hoops and Grave*
Vase*, ?tc. Bolling Hoops, tc.
I have always on hand a full lino of Domestic
Fancy Goods and Tots, and the latest styles of Vien?
na, Offenbach and Paris Goods, novelties ol th.'
season, and offer them at liberal discount to th .
I make a specialty of INDIA RUBBER GOODS,
such ss Rubber Overcoats, Capes, Leggings, Cap),
Pillows, Hospital Cushions, Door Mats, Rubber
Piano Covers, White and Black Nursery Sheeting,
Rubber Toys, fcc.
I thank my patrons for past favors, and earnestly
toUclt a connnnan :e of thc same.
F. VON SAN TEN,
No. 221) King-street, two doors above Market.
Aprils nsc mwflmo
Clotijina. ano Jnrnisljinfl t?oebs.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
BLACKWELL'S NEW STORE,
No. 919 Klfi G STREEI,
ONE DX)R BELOW MARKETSTBKET.
May ?"> wimlmo
No. 291 King-street,
Corner of Wentworth.
AN ELEGANT SUPPLY OP
Spring Clothing and Furnishing
FOB MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
Blow Opened and Offered at Low ?""Mees.
Thc Block comprises a\\ the ne?r Styles of GOODS
AND G ARM Sis XS introduced this season. Pur?
chasers ate Invited to call and cxanvne the stock and
IS GREAT VAB1ETY,
STAR BRAND SHIRTS!
Which I have been selling for twenty-five years,
noted for their GOOD ITT and Durability. There
are four qualities of them.
A LARGE LISE OF
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS,
Viz : THE BTBON?, THE DICKENS, SHAKES?
PEARE, THALBERG, EGBERT, GAROTTE,
BISHOP, tc. tc, tc.
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT,
Cholee French, English, and American
CASSIMERES AND COATINGS,
Which will be MADE UP TO OBDER in the best
manner, under the care of a first-class French
B. W. MeTCREOl S, Superintendent.
April 23 90
: alfil Bttpiw.
mm Ai DEEPii,
FLAR SAW MILLS.
3R THE STATE OF 80CTH CAROLINA FOR THE
ch and perfection in keeping all kind- of SAWS in.
a depth, antic and size.
per day where thia Machine ia used, the Saws run
> moat perfect manner.
nus in Hw cot ot nieaand labor.
i RY THE FAMOUS
ARCTIC SODA WATER,
A. W. ECKEL & CO.'S,
No. 931 KING-STREET
pKTER T O T A \ S ,
TURNER AND DEALER IN IVORY,
And Manufacturer of
BILLIARD BALLS AND CUBS,
AND IMPORTER OF BILLIARD CLOTH, CUES,
Letter Chalk,' and Billiard Merchandise in general.
No. 89 Fulton-street. Mew York.
May 7 Oreos
IMPORTED UV MtCSSKS.BETTBLlNIdf
TOGN1, AT JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,
BY RECENT ARRIVALS OF
THEIR LINE OF VESSELS,
FRENCH GOODS : .
.ff\ CASKS FINE CLABET WINE
I \J 800 cases Fine French Ale, pinta and quarts
U5 baskets Fine Cbanvnsime, celebrated brauds
30 caaes Fine Benedictine Liquor
10 casca Fine Vermouth Wine
30 ca<<es Fine Pomegranite Syrup
75 cate? Fine Sardines (quarter box-*)
10 cases Fine I ranea in fancy boxes)
300 groes French Matches
50 boxes French Sperm Candles
26,000 F? noy french Clay Pipes
60 doz .m Fine French Calfskins and Linings.
Samples of the above can bo seen al my store,
where orders will be received for quantities to suit
JOHN B. TOGNI,
Ko. 1*3 SIEBTEN GASTRIC KT,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF M MtKET-STBEtT,
May6 _ ?__C__
FLUTING! FLUTING I
MBS. ZI FOI. ER BEOS TO INFOBM THE LA
Dib S ol Charle ston that she is prepared to do
flue FltENCU FLUTING in shortest notu-e given at
her residence, No. S BLAKE-NTKEET, one door east
of America. mwlC_ _May rt
LUMBER! LUMBER !
OKA AAA PEET LUMBER
^OU?)UUU ?l I? cords Oak Wood
50'J cords Pine Wood.
For sale ?ow by th.- boat load or by the cord.
April 27 Comer Stale and Marke' fctreetp.
Tin Plate, Micet-Iron, Wire, and
all other tinsmith's goods, for
sale bj William Shepherd, No. 17
Hayne-street Charleston, S. C.
REGULAR SESSION OF 1868 AND 1869,
General Assembly Of South Carolina
For sale by DENNY Ai PERRY.
PUBLISHERS AND PUNTERS,
No. 1 .">?" Meeting street,
May 3 uiwl3 Opposite the Charleston Hotel.
REFINED FAMILY LARD
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
"?A ak your Grocer for our brand of
Lard In tUese Packages.
Packed 3 lb. 3 lb. IO lb Caddies 60 lb CUHC3 for
shipment. Cheapest mode for selling Lard. Send
for Price List. Imo April 8^
T O II N D . ALEXANDE_?l(
..uri ARTPU?LlC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. 10 Uroad-strect
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN AD.
JUSTINO ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others,
and in WBlTINli UP AND POSTING their BOOES,
either lu part or whole. Ac. Jannary 9
Jt D VV A lt D DALY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. elie Warren-street.
PERSONAL ATTENTION OTVEN TO THE PUR?
CHASE ot uU kinds of MERCHANDISE. Boots,
8boes. Hats, Ca s and Trunks, and Straw Gooda a
Conaignmenfa of all kinds ol Staple Articles and
general Produce nobe;ted.
Prompt returns guaranteed.
La tn of Charleston, 8. 0.
Pemi-Weekly Price Currents sent free by post.
January 28 nae Amos
glIA?tlFOOING AND HAIR-CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason
Rend orders to W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
April 14_No, 31 Broad-street (up stairs.)
BOOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NORTHWEST COR*
BBB OF MEETING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
November 30 fmwUmoa
JH?fljirteri), (?as?infls, Cte.
PHO?S?X 1 KO\ WORKS.
JOHN F. TA\JLOR&CO.,
C A fl KR?N dc CU..
Engineers, Boilermaker s, &c.
Not. 4, 6 ci fyi 8 PRITCHARL-8TREE1,
I NEAR TELE DBT DOOK),
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MABENE,
STATIONERY AND P6 RT AB LE.
BICE THRESHERS AND MTLL3 OF EVERY
SHAFTING, PCLLE.S AND GEARING
LEON f RON TS FOB BUILDINGS,
CA8TING8 OF EVERY KIND Di IRON Ol
We guarantee to foroitb ENGINES and BOILEBS
of a? good quality and power, and at as low rate? a*
can be bad tn New Tork. Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcrofts Low-water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM BOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY A I TE y PED TO.
F ROM 1 TU 360
horse power, including the
celebrated Corliss Cut-off
Engines, Slide Valve Sta?
tionary Engines, Portable
Engines, &c Also, Circu?
lar Mulsy and Gang Saw
Hills, Sugar Cane Mils,
(.halting Pulleys, Ac, Lath
and Shmgle Mills. Wheat
and Corn Mills, Circular
Saws. Bellin?, Ac Send
for descriptive Circular and
WOOD & MANN 8TEAM ENGINE CO.,
PobraarylS Cmos Utica, New York.
Builbin? ?latmalfj (Ste.
LUMBER AT WHOLESALE AND
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND QUALITY.
Arm J. STOCK OF WHITE PINE, FBOM H TO
13 inches tbick. clear nod well seasoned,
lhe attention of Builders and others is especially
Mahogany. Black Walnut, Hickory, Ash, White
Oak, Poplar Boards and Planks, Rokewood and Ma?
hogany Ve-ncrs, Newels, Balusters, Ac; also at
Manufacturer's Prices, Sashes, Blinds, Doors, and all
kinds of Mouldings.
Spruce Spars and Ladders, all lengths; Shingles,
Laths, ftc, constantly on hand and for sale in quan?
tities to suit purchasers, by
I. H. HALL ft CO..
Slice? saors to late J. N. Wood, Agent,
Northwest corner Market-street and ?sst Bsy.
If-AAC HALL, New York. I
I. H. HALL._j_mwf April 5
STEAM SASH, BLIND
L. E. COEDRAY & CO.,
No. 2 PR1TCHA RD~STREET,
OPPOSITE J. F. TAYLOR k CO'S MACHINE
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always
PANEL DOORS, HOT HOUSE 8A8HE8,
MOULDINGS, Ac, made up at ?hort no?
tice, and at thc lowest terms.
L. E. CORDRAY.C. A. TRO?CHE
March 93 3mo
LONDON AND PARIS EXPOSITIONS.
PRIZE MEDALS 1
GEORGE A. CLARK'S
o. HST. T.
SIX CORO, SOFT FR.ISH
This favorite 1**" a,
..ead oein<r Six Cord lo No.
?i p"'oly Soft Fini-sh, id recommended foi ita
! great superiority for Hand and Machine Sew?
FOR SALE BY THE
Principal Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Notion Dealers.
February !>7 ?imo
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and 5
250 STDES PATENT DRESSED LACE
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TLPPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
i INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, 4 INCH TO 1? INCH DI
SOAPSTON? PACKING, i INCH TO 1J
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OF
CAMERON, BARKLEY ?C CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 limo
UNITED STATES JUA lt SH AL'S SALE.
UV ?TED STATIS OF AMERICA-SOUTH O ABO LOTA DH'
C B. Grant et al, vs Sloop P. C. Gaillard -
W. Y. LEITCH ?t B. S. BRUNS,
Aoc tl oncers.
Br virtue of ea order or suie, ?od an order supple?
mental thereto, to me directed from th?
Hon. George H. Bryan, Judge of the District
Court of the United States tor the District of South
Carolina, in Admiralty, I will ?eu. siPuMio Aoo
tlon, at the Exchange, east end pf BrosAsrreet,
In the Port of Charleston, THIS MX, tb* 7th
May, 1889, at ll o'clock. A. IL,
The bloop P. C. GAI LL A KD, with her Tackle, Ap?
parel and Furniture, as she now Ilea at too ?sst end
Condi lions cash. Purchaser to ray (hs United
e'tites M?r-hal for all necessary papers and stamps.
3. P M. FPPINO.
C. S. Marshal for oouth Carolina District.
May 7_, _wf2
Millinery Goods-On Account of Underwri?
ters and all Concerned.
BY JOHN G. MI LNOR k CO.
THIS DAT, 7th Instant, at half past 10 o'dook. will
be sold, at our Auction Salesroom, So. 135 Meeting
BUCHES, MaUnes, Straw Cords and Tassels, Trisa
mlngs, Bi-torl Braid.
Damaged on board ot -on the royage from'
Kew Tork to this port.
Conditions cash. May 7
Sale of the most Desirable Furniture offert*
this Season; Consignment of' Government
KNOX DALY & CO.,
No. 180 .'Meeting, corner of Wentworth
Will offer for sale TB is DAT, commencing at IO
o'clock A. M. preoisely,
1 Magnificent MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD
1 Smaller Mahogany Sideboard, Mahogany and Mar?
ble-top Bureaus tn variety.
Mahogany h o faa. Lounges, Ma bogan y and Marble
top Centre and Pier Tables, Teapoy. Tables. Parlor
and Dlsnlng-room Chairs. Bockiog Chain:, ?took
Cases, Mahogany Secretary, Ghvw Cases, Bedsit.Mia,
Mattresses, Meat Safe, Crockery, ons Ohms Tea & ,
Glass Ware, Decanters, Lamps, Blankets, kc.
1 Box Family 80AP, 1 Bsg Coffee
Lot Scytoe Blades, Wsgon Jacks, Iron Shutters,
~ Window Saan, Lady's Saddle and Bridle. 1
For account of United States Government,
3 Upright Office DESKS, 1 Standing Desk, with
Frame, Pigeon Hole Cases, Offloe Ct sir? sad
1 Office Stove and Pipe. 1 Parlor Store
2 Bi x Stores, Zinc, Fire Screens, Cooking Utensils,
1 Water Cooler, Pails, Pans, Measures, Marking
Pots, Spades, shovels. Monkey Wrenches.
2 Copying PBE39ES. 1 3000 pound Fa'rbankl*'
Platform Scale, 1 Counter Scale, arti ii ards
18 Gross IK inch Screws, 4 Gross Clothes Hooks
1 Cask Chloride of Lime.
AT FRITATE S AL f.
4-4 and 61 CANTON MATTING, good quail'y.
Goods must be reme ved on day of sole.
Conditions cash._Msy 7
Booie, Shot? and Baie.
BY MILE> DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock. I win sell at my
Store, corner ol King and Liberty-streets,
100 CASES BOO I'S AND SHOES,
coNsisnifa ar: .
Cases Men's Calf Congress and OXFORD TIES.
Buff and Kip Brogans, Balmorals, Maia -offs, Shp
Ladies' Serje Congres-, Balmorals, Slippers,
Women's Kip and Buff Bootees, 3 to 7 *nd G to 9.
Cartoons Misses' and Children's fchoca- various
30 cases l o doz-n) Men's and Boys' Bats.
May 7 ii
Pensacola and Georgia Railroad First Morly
9 gage Bonds.
BY H. H. DeLEON.
I nill soil ou MONDAT, Mar loth, at ll o'clock, at
the Old Postofflce. in Charleston, S. 0"
$10,000-(TEN THOUSAND DOLLABS) OF PENSA?
COLA AND GEOBGIA BAIL,HOAD FIRST MORT?
83~ Jacksonrille. Florida, paper publish ono?.
Tallahassee paper once. mwft Msy 3
PANIK HEPATIC BITTERS*
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
A SD AXL DISEAAS* OF TES
STOMACH AND 'LIVER.
_ . vi moil
THKY ASI sicosnczirniD ar tn
HEGEMAN Sc CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YOBK.
Mannfactiired by C. F. PATOIN?
?EDBBS ANS APOTELC AS?,
?flor Sale by DrugffUts EveiywhereSV*
February 15 mwflyr
SOUTH CAROLINA EA I LRU All .
Ayr> ImWNZi APB ir. l\TB, TM
O??SmSSSl'TBA1OT of the South Carolins
sircad will nm ? JUows : ;
Leave Charleston....... ..8.?*?
tolre at Amraata^.^,...
CpnpecOHf witt irai"" .4.? p. M.
siasbviU* - urJiontgomery, Memphis
-a .>ew Orieane, rta Montgomery an^
Leave Charleston.g.SO A &
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester BU!.
road, anc Camden train.
Loire Augusta.9.01? A. *L
Arrive at Charleston.8.10 p. M.
Lesre Columbia.7 43 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
(SI'NP ATS EXCEPTED.)
Leare Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. M.
Connecting with trains lor Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans, ria Grand Junction.
Ieare Augusta.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4,00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EX PB EBB.
(8TJWDATB EXCEPTED.) 1 '
Leave Charleston.6,05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A M.
Connecting (Mind ay M excepted) with Greenrilte sad
Leave Columbia.5.60 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.30 A. M.
Leare Charleston.3.35 P. M.
Arrire at Bummerrille. 5.(0?. M.
Lsave Summerrille.7.10 A. M.
Arrive st Charleston...tM A. M
CAMDEN 13 HAUGH.
Camden and Columbi i Passenger Trails on Mos
OATS, WEENSSDATsand SATDTWATS, connects with
up and down Day Passengers at SingriUe.
Leave Camden.6.35 A M.
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. M.
Leare Columbia...".2.20 P? M.
Arrire st Camden.7.05 P. M.
Signed) H. T. PEAKE.
April 10 General Superintendent.
THE UNDERSIGNED CALLS THE ATTENTION
of both city and country purchasers to his largo
stock of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUM?
ERY, FANCYGOOD3,4c, 4c, all of which he of?
fers at the lowest market rates.
H. PAK R,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MAR?