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THE DAILY NEWS.
??^Largeat Circulation.-THE PAIL Y NEWS
USING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY RE?
COGNIZED AS HAVING 7HE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLBSTON,
.PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE. POSTOFFICE AT THE END Ol
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LA W.
MEETINGS THIS DA Y.
Orango Lodgo, at 8 P. M.
Lot-holders Magnolia Cemetery, at 13 If.
Home Loin and Building Association, at 8
Continental Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
Larras & BRUNS will sell at ll o'clock, at
the old Postoffice, the schooner Belle.
H. IL DELEO.N will sell at ll o'clock, at the
Old Poatoffice, railroad bonds.
Knox. DALT ? Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their salesroom, Meeting-street, shoes, cloth?
ing and hats. , _
li is s AID that the Professorship ot Law in
the South Carolina University will ba tendered
to Judge J. L. .Orr.
Tn MILITIA.-Atten'tion is called to an im?
portant order in rda iou to exemptions from
militia doty, published this morning;.
THE WXATHXE.-On Saturday morning the
thermometer stood at 47 degrees in the city,
but there was a change for the better yester?
day? sod st 8 P. M., the mercury was at 70
ATTEMPTED ROBBERY.-Several attempts
hare been made lately to rob the fowl house of |
Hr. John Campeen, at No. 87 Hasel-strset,
and on Friday night the knob of the gate of j
the private entrance was broken oft Similar
attempts to rob have, we believe, been made st
the bouse of Mr. He well. Householders must
be on their guard; and for house lobbers we
have bot two words-?as? cantm !
ARRESTS OS SATURDAY.- Abraham Edey, col?
ored, bj Officer Coates, en suspicion of larceny
of clothing from J. C. H. Clausen, Market
Jam03 snd John Stoker, colored, by Officer
Ni peon, on suspicion of larceny of locks and
keys from Mi. S. H. Oppenheim.
H. C. Gerkin, by Officer Coates, for larceny
of $10 ia currency from Lydia Dunham, colored.
.tbs BsowiTs PIXES.-When Joe Brown waa |
Governor of Georgia and s good Confederate,
ss well ts s respectable man, he had made
several thousand pikes with which tbe State
militia were to whip tba horrid Yankees. These
pikes were never used, and were sold a few
weeks ago in Augusts. It is rumored that
these are the "arms of the most improved pat?
tern" Of which Governor Scott spoke so feel?
ingly, snd. that s large number of them have
been bought ap for the ase of the South Caro?
ling "mehsh.n A friend bas lent ns one of I
these pikes, which may be seen at oar office.
It is at once a relio of. the "has been," and a
suggestion of rho "may be."
Il AiBED.-Tho Savannah News of j
Friday, the 7th inst., says : " We leam that
freights to New York on vegetables and fruits
bare been raised one hundred per cent, and |
np wards ; green pee? from twenty-five to fifty
cents, sod peaches from twenty-five to eighty
cents per bushel. These increased rates will
hare s tendency to so i ncr eas a the prices of |
early vegetables in New York that there will be ,
no demand, and consequently f-uits and vege
tabels will lie and rot where they are produced,
as the demand in this vicinity is not by any
meaos aa great as the sup pi y. This action opon
the part of the companies has caused a great
deal of discontentment among truck growers.
PXBSOXAU-Tbs following South Carolinians
gTkdnated at the Southern Baptist Theologi?
cal Seminary OD Saturday week last; George
N. Askew, W. H. Leavelle, Thomas P. Lide,
Jr., B. F. Miller, 0. T. Smith.
Mr. Gabriel Manigaalt and family, who had
been living in York vii le stn ce Shermao's md,
left that place, on Tuesday last, for Canada,
which will be their futuro borne. The En?
quirer 8ayf :
Mr. Manigauit is s descendant of the old Hu?
guenot colonista of South Carolina, and bis
ramify have been identified with our State his?
tory for a long period of years. He was for
several sessions a member of the Legislature
from Charleston, where he resided astil the
commencement of the war. The genial and
elated character of bimeelf and family, and
torpleasant associations connected with their
memory, will ling bj cherished by oar people.
He purposes to locate in New London, Canada,
under the protection of the British Crown, snd
we congratulate tho subjects of ber Majesty in
tbat locality anon their valuable acquisition.
TBS MMSKS CONVECTION,-The Mowing j !
is published in the Phoenix, of yesterday: fi
".i Xxaxirrrrrz DEPASTMXNI, J
COLUMBIA May 8,1889. \
The following gentlemen are ippointed dele?
gates to represent the State cf Sooth C-urohna
in the Commercial Convention, to be hold at
tbe City of Memphis, OD Tuesday, the 18;h | i
Anderson County-Jamos L. Orr.
Greenville County-James M. Allen.
Abbeville Comity-James S. Cothran.
Newberry County-B. Odell Duncan.
Richland County- T. J. Robert SOD.
York County-W. C. Bestty.
Darlington County-P. F. Whittemore. j
: Marlboro' Count v-C. W. Dudley. ?? .
Manning-E. E. Dickaom. .
Charleston County-Andrew Simonds, Hen
ry Gourdin, George A. Trenholm, George W. !
Clark, Sam. Hart, Sr., William Gurney, John j
A. Wagener, Wm. S. Hastie, R. 3. Bruns, John ,
M. Morris, William Aiken, William Laidler,
John F. O'Neill, James F. Weidman. F. W.
Dawson, A. F. Raveuel, G. L Cunningham, W. I ]
A. Courtenay, S. Y. Tapper.
BOBSBT IL; SCOTT, Governor.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, MAT 8 AND 9.-Charles
Ion Hotel.-S. lu Harris, Beaufort; W. Whit
boose, W. B. Wilkins, N. Y.; Dr. W. E. Antho?
ny and wife, R. L; S. B. Woodbery, B. W.
Wsjfrht, Barnwell; R. H. Mead, J. C. Taylor,
Jr., N. Y.; J. C. Gilbert, Aagusta; Mr. and Mis.
W. B. Goolman, city; C. A. Grinneli, Boston; I i
E. P. Morris, Philadelphia; J. J. Proudhomme, I <
Mrs. and Miss Proudhomme, Mrs. Schmit, N.
Y.; A. Bouvard, Flu.; J. B. Mon head, Phils- t
delphis; J. Craig, Mrs. Johnson, Rochester, N. j
Y.; ?t?ius Cornier, N. Y.; B. Kilbaum and wire, \
Wis.; J. M. Miller and wife, and two children,
N. Y.; W. B. K?*. Oraogeburjj; P. B. Nicker- 1
son, Jose M. Eet >rnio, C. Garcea, C ; A. H. 1
Keeler, E. Isaacs, N. Y.; E. E. Chisolm, Ga.; t
D. H. Lindema, Miss.; J. H. Cohen, George 1
North. N. Y.; D. B. Smith, 8. C.; G. W. Mason, 1
Jr., Postoffico Department; C. W. H ola en pi Uar, i
J>avit*on Hotel.-M. B. Swain, Georgia; C. j 1
C. DuBose, St. John's; John P. Buzzard, Phila-1 c
d?lphia; C. tf. Bogers, 8t Helena; A. P. Cule,
H. D. Brem?nd, Pennsylvania; J. M. Halton, ]
Abbeville; N. P. Duttjn, Steamship 8ea Gull; |
George M. E'hott, 8t. Louis; J. P. Sutherland, ]
Sooth Carolioa; Mr. Trombo, St. Dennis;
D. Provost, E. Scornell, lady and child, B. Taff.
New York; P. Quinn, City; G. W. M. Intyre and
Udy, Pennsylvania; E. B. Davis,Florida; H. H.
Tnompson, Mame; Mrs. M. S. Field, New Jer?
sey A. Floyd, J. T. Exum, Charles Bufkio,
Florida; E. V. Joye, New *ork; H. Gorham,
Steamship Saragossa; B.-Moorman, Newberry;
P ?ellfcX, Kipgstree; W. A. Deas, St. Dennis;
J.'T. Pennypacker,PhiIad3lphia; F. F. Duffus,
W, McGiroe, City. ,
EAGLE F I B E ENGINE COMPANT.-At the
fifty-first anni .'ersary meeting of the Eagle
Steam Fire Eagiue Company, held on Fridiy
evening last, 7lh instant, tho following orfi
cera wcro elected for tho ensuing year :
W. B. V CIHTOSH. President
J. Bun, Vice-Pre?ideot.
J. O. NOLTE, First Director.
W. H. Da VEAUX, Second Director.
j. B. KTJGKXT, Third Director.
A. SBOXKS, Fourih Director.
A. M. Coax*, Secretary.
0. E. JOHNSON, Treasurer.
C. F. BEAUFORT, Fngineer.
j. c. FLAGS, Assistant Engineer.
J. LIONS. Fust Axman.
J. H. OLIVXB, Second Axman.
0. WxsTXNDO&rr, Third Axman.
C. M. HAM, Fourth Axman.
J. S. BUN OH, Hallkeeper.
J. L. AKOXTTM, M. D.. burgeon.
B. S. DUBIXA, Solicitor.
TH? MONUMENTAL FAIB was opened all day
Saturday, and opportunity afforded the little
folks to attend and enjoy its numerous attrac?
tions. In the evening it was, as usual,
crowded. Tbe Fair will not be open to-day un?
til 7 P. M., this being Memorial Day.
Tho following ia tbe list of prizes won: Mrs.
St. J. Belser, one tidy; Miss Ann B. Robertson,
two paintings; Miss Laurence Stein, one mesa
cross; Mrs. J. H. Schalte, one fruit cake; Wm.
E. Howland, one oil painting; H. B. Olney, one
ham ; J. F. H. Blois, one doll; 8. J. Burger,
one barn; J. L. Toomer, one tidy; J. W. St.
Arnaud, cue fan; D. C. Marsh, one cake; Mrs.
7. M. Greer, one pm cushion; J.H. Devereux,
one opera cloak; R. D. More, one silver cake
basket; C. W. Simons, one photograph album;
J. Cornier, one doll, (Blue Bell of Scotland;)
C. 0. Martin, one wax cactus; Mrs. C. B.
Cochran, two vases pomatum; J. M. Soignions,
one silver ice pitcher; Mrs. J. J. Small, one
ioed fruit cake; H. J. Yates, one doll baby;
James Wiley, one jelly oak?; J. Butler, one
The following are the managers for to-night:
Senior Managen.-Hon. G. A. lrenbolm,
General W. G. DeSavssuxe, Colonel W. 1*.
Trenholm, Colonel E. MoCrady, Captar.
Jacob Small, Captain Henry Gerdts, F. li.
Wicke ?ber g, Esq., W. J. White, Esq., J.
G. Milnor, Esq., Wm. 0. Bee, Esq., J. H
Honour, Esq., J. Albara, Esq.; George W.
Williams, Esq., B. S. Bruns, Esq., Edward
8ebring, Esq., Wm. Laidler, Esq., T. A.
Junior Managers.-li. H. McDowell, Jr.,
Julian Barbot, F. W. Benneker, W. M. Mucken
REPORTES' CV?XBS. -When it became known
that membership in the league alone would en?
sure pub'ic omeo, a number of the ''latter day"
saints applied to get in the mysterious circle,
but were rejected and left on the outer edee. .
Alderman Barrow lives in Ward 5, yet repre?
sents Ward 3. This is certainly contrary to tho
city charter, which requires an Alderman to
live in tho ward which be represents.
THE MEWS bas been requested to suggest
that business be suspended this afternoon after
4 P. M., to allow a general attendance on the
coremonies of memorial day.
For tbe accommodation of tbe industrial
classes, a branch of the savings department of
the South Carolina Loan and Trust Company
bas been opened in the rear of Hayden's, Ba?
sel-street. Deposits received between 7 and 9
o'clock P. M. on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
The General Episcopal Sunday School cole
oration will take place in St. Philip's Church
on next Tuesday week.
Bishop Davis oonfirmed twenty women and
eight men at St. Philip's Church yesterday.
The Rev. Mr. Hay, of Society Hill, and the
Pastor, tbe Riv. Mr. Howe, were present.
The seventy-ninth Annual Convention of the
Trot cai sut Episcopal Church in South Carolina
will meet in St. Philip's Church on Wednesday,
kt ten o'clock A. M. There will be early morn?
ing service at half-past six o'clock on Thurs?
day, Friday and Saturday following.
The scholars of Graco Church Sabbath
Behool enjoyed a pionic at Payne's Farm on
Saturday, and had a very agreeable time of it
in the woods.
An ingenious young lady of oar city makes
an excellent imitation of coral out of raisin ?
stems dipped in sealing wax. A specimen will
be at the fair to-night.
MEMORIAL DAT-It will be borne in mind
that to-day must be fulfilled the solemn duty
of decorating the graves of the Confederate
dead, whether in the pubtio or private ceme?
teries. A large Dumber of floral and evergreen
wreaths and decorations are requited, and it
is hoped that they will be supplied to the wag
Mis as they pass along the ron te prescribed.
The following progr im me has been adopted:
She ladies ot tbe Garland Committee will
tssemble at Marion's store at half-post 9 o'clock
this morning precisely.
The wagons will start at 12 o'clock M., and
krill pus through the following streets, collect
hg flowers and evergreens sent to the reai- ,
len ces named:
East Bay-Wagon No. 1-Mr. F. J. Porcher ,
ind Mr. O. Middleton. ,
Meeting-street-Mrs. General Conner, Mrs.
Smythe, Mrs. B F. W. Alston, Mrs. M. P. O'Con?
nor, Hibernian Hall and Dr. C. F. Panknin.
Society, Laurens streets and East Bay-Mrs.
Calhoun and Meeting streets-Mr. Horlbock, ,
flr. O. J. Cha fee, Mr. Disher.
Kiog-8:reet-Wagon No.2-Miss McKay, Dr. |
Forrest, Dr. Trott, Mr..Laecasagne, Mr. Siloox,
Hr. Whiklen, Mr. Pennel, Mr. Knobeloch. |
Legare and But ledge streets-Wagon No. 8- i
Ara* L W. Hayne, Mrs. Charles Axson, Mrs. j
Robb, Mrs. G. Laurens, Mr=>. J. B. Lafitte, Dr.
Bacbman, Mr. Gilobrist, Miss Wagner.
The commemoration services will begin at 5 I
?. M. The clorgy of all denominations are
:ordia11y invited to uuite with the association 1
n the ceremonies of the dav.
The folio vf in? is the order of exercises:
Ode by Henry Timrod.
Prayer by the Bev. Dr. Bachman.
During the siggins of an ode by Mis3 Ch9es
jorongh, the graves will be decorated.
An ode by Mrs. Adams, wife of thc Bev. W. <
tl. Adams, will bo placed on the ornamented
iross in tho Cemetery.
The ladies of the association Lave been up to
he ground and have arranged it for the day.
? platform has been erected and a number of
wreaths made on the spot.
Trains will leave the South Carolina Railroad i
3epot, Ann-street, at 3:15, 4:30 P. M., and 5 P. ,
J., and tbe Northeastern Railroad Dopot at
be same hours. Returning, the trains will 1
eave the forks of the road at 6:30 and 7 P. M.
Additional trains will run at a later hour it
Omnibuses will run from Line-itreet to
rlagnolia every ten minutes, commencing at 3 .
>'c'.ock. Fare, ten cents each way.
Tickets for the round trip by the South Caro?
ma Railroad sud Northeastern Railroad oan
se had at all the book stores and offices of THE 1
NEWS and Courier, and of the members and ]
committee of the association.
Tho ladies of the different congregations are
requested to decorate tho cemeteries of their I
various churches, and moot the association at
The moss covered voluntary contribution (
boxes will be at the entrance to tho cemetery,
appealing silently, though eloquently, in be?
half of the guardians of the hallowed spots
where lie the bones of the heroes of the "Lost
THE WIN I AH S AND SALAMANDEH*.- Tbo
Georgetown Times gires the following account
of the return home of the Winyahs and Sala?
manders. Our firemen thank their visiting
.friends l'or their expressions of kind feel ins.
and assure them that i hey are not forgotten by
the Charleston Fire Department :
Many anxious eyes looked for the arrival of
the steamer Emilio, on Friday last, and our
firemen were in full uniform to receive their
brethren. But disappointment was visible on
the features of all at the non-arrival of the
steamer. On Saturday mornins. however, tho
Emilie steamed np to tho wharf with ber col?
ors fl. ins. and quite a crowd assembled to hear
what the Winyahs had to say. The conduct of
our boys on the occasion of the late parade in
Charleston meets the hearty ap, roval of all,
and from what we can learn, their efforts were
highly appreciated. It is conceded ibat they
were second on the list, and have no reason to
be ashamed of their place in the picture. We
hear continued enoominmB bestowed upon the
warm reception and cordial hospitality they
received by their brethren, the Stonewalls ;
and it will be manv a long day before th dr
visit to tho good old " City by the Sea " fades
from the memory of the Winyahs and Sala?
manders. On Saturday evening an entertain?
ment was given by the Salamanders that carried
us back to the good old days of the past, and
the only wonder is, in these days when the
housekeepers find it so bard to provide, bow so
many choice viands were sot at. The evening
faesed off in mirth, sentiment and song, until
be noon of Dight reminded the assembly that
Sunday was near at band. We understand the
Winyahs are to give an entertainment next
week, at which they expect some of their
Stonewall friends to be present.
THE VISITING SCHUETZEN.-After the festivi?
ties of the Schuetzenfest closed on Friday
night, the celebrants returned to the city
and enjoyed a ball, given at Lindstedt's ball,
whioh was kept up with unabated zest until the
small honra of morning. On Saturday, the
visitors were entertained by tbeir friends here,
by showing them around the city in vehicles
and on foot. Champagne and lager were
liberally poursd'out in the private residences
to which they were invited. In the afternoon
the visitors were escorted to the steamship
Champion with Muller's brass baud at thoir
heao. Aboard of the vessel, parting senti?
ments were drank, and champagne aud lager
mercilessly punished. Speeches were made
by Professor Meier, Captains Melobers of the
Charleston Club, and Gerd ea of the New York
Cl ab, and others, and a jolly time bad gene?
rally. The Charleston Schuetzen gave the New
Yorkers and New Jerseyians barrels'of lager
as parting tokens, and in turn received a barrel
from the recipients. "All aboard" was Bound?
ed, the decks were cleared, and the good ship
and visiting Schuetzen passed out of tbe pier
amidst cheering and hearty hurrahing and
other demonstrations of "God-speed."
The Fest has been an immense succoas, pe?
cuniarily and otherwise, and satisfaction is
experienced on all sides. The Aug ustians re?
turned on Fnday and Saturday, in "broken
STATE SUPE EMT COUBT, MAT 8.-Opinions
were delivered in tho following cases :
E. A. Searles, administrator, ads. J. P. Black?
well et ux, et al, and E. A. Searle?, guardian,
ads. Susan Searles. Moses, C. J. Motion
S. 8. Tompkins, J. W. Tompkins, executers,
et al, ais. T. H. Clark, administrator, A. C.
Tucker, et al. Moaos, O. J. Motion dis?
Jesse Heart et al, executors, ads. Savannah
E. Berry. Willard, A. J. Motion di sra' <od.
William Padgett and West Corley ads. H.
Meelze, commissioner. Moses, C. J. Motion
C. B. Hazleden and A. Godbol J, et al, ads.
E. J. Mo )riy, assignee. Willard, A. J. Decree
set aside, and case remind id to Cireuit Court
John Elmoro, assignee, vs. R. M. Scurry and
C. D. Spearman. Willard, A. J. Motion dis?
missed without prejudice.
The court thon resumed and concluded the
call of coses from the Fifth Circuit:
John W. Earhart vs. Gerhard Muller. Con?
James A. Crotwell vs. Jane Boozer, et aL
Jam 38 U. Adam3 Ti. John Eleckley. Brief |
read by Mr. Carroll. Argument written; to be
At ll A. M., the court adjourned to meet in
Charleston about the 21st instant.
THEOLOGICAL BOOKS.-The attention of the
members of the Episcopal Convention is call?
ed to tbe collection of theological books for
sale at Fogartio's Repository, No. 260 Kins
street (;n the bend,) as may be seen by tho
Sara TS AN? GLOVES.-Scott has received a
large consignment of the famous "Star" shirts,
and has on hand an assortment of men's kid
gloves, all sizes and colors, for Balo cheap at
the emporium in Meeting-street, opposite
BEXZDIOIIXA.-TcgDi, at his Meeting-street
Bttre, south of Market, bas on hand a con?
signment of this famous liquor. It is made by
the Benedictine monks and imported direct.
This is properly called the wy king of li?
A CHANCE FOB A GOOD IN VESTMENT.-Mrs.
Sowers, Florence, S. C., offers for sale a fine
residenco in that thriving town, the terminus
of the Northeastern Railroad, where property
ie daily enhancing in value; also, her half in?
terest in a first-class BOW mill, near Timmous
ville. S. C., on the Wilmington and Manches?
ter Railroad, now in complete operation. This
property is well worth thc attention of capital?
TBUNES, VALISES, &C, re-covered and re?
paired generally; new locks put on and lettered
with owner's name. For ?nie, new trunks and
i few second-hand ones.
F. F. CHATEAU,
May 10 Meeting-street, next Mills House.
ON NEW YOKE,
For ?ile hy GEO. W. (VILLI AUS & CO.
Api il 19_mwir>
JIO PURCHASE, UNITED STATES BILLS OF
til denominations, and NATIONAL BANK
SOTE3 too much mutilated to be redeemed by
government Agents, at fair prices, for oisn.
A. SAGE t: CO.. Charleston Ice House.
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with eire and taste can have their orders
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each case be
riven as to tho style of coloring pieferred.
Aprd 22 3mof>*
WABE H OUSE AND SEED STORE.
A GRICUL1URA L IM PL EME NTS, GA EDEN
GEO. E. PINGREE,
Nc. 140 Meeting-street, charleston.
March 21 6mo
Shirts and /nrnisljing (i?oobs.
SHIRTS OF ALL STYLES A VD SIZES, READY
MADE or made to omer, at
E. SCOTT'S SHIRT EM TORI DM.
TIES. BOWS. CRAVAT S AND SCARFS, IN GREAT
variety and latest fashions, at
E. SCO TI'S i UKNTSHING STORE.
AMP RICAN. ENGLISH AND FTtENCH HOS?
IERY, of all gt ad - H, can always be round at
E. SCOTT'S, Meeting-street.
EEVERSIBLE STITCH LINEN-FACED PAPfR
COLLARS AND CUFFS, of all stylos and sizes,
at E. SCO Ci'd GENT'S FDRN1SHING STORE.
STAR SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRT'', DRAWERS, OF
every kind, at
E. SCOIT'S STaB SHIRT EMPORIUM.
HANDKERCHIEFS I.ISEN AND SILK. READY
Hemmed for imm?diate usc, at
F. SCOTT'8 GEN I'a FCKNfSHING STORE
?NDIA GAUZE SHIRTS, LISLE THREAD ANO
.'ilk Shirts, at
E. SCOTT'S EMPORIUM.
RECEIVED RYtVEHY STEVMER FRESH AD?
DI 1 ION s lo my already full stock of Gi-ntle
men's Furniihina Goods, Apply to
E. SCOTT, Meeting-street, above Market.
mHE BE^T ASSORTMENT OF KID GLOVES
J. and Lisle Thread Gloves of all colors and sizes
to be lound at
gCOTT'S STAU SH1UT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE THE MARKET HALL.
January 1 6 mos
(Doti) int) ODD /a rn isl) in g ?0005.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
BLACKWELLS X E W S TORE,
No. 919 KISG-STREKI,
ONE DOOR BELOW MARKET-STREET,
May S wfmlmo
No. 291 King-street,
Corner ot W entworth.
AN ELEGANT SUPPLY OF
Spring Clothing and Furnishing
FOR MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
Now Opened and Offered nt Low Price?.
The Stock comprises all the new Styles of GOODS
AND GAHMEN I'S Introduced this season. Pur
chafers are invited to call and examine the stock aud
make their selections.
IN GREAT VARIETY,
STAR BRAND SHIRTS!
Which I have been selling for twenty-five years,
noted for their GOOD FIT and Durability, . There
are four qualities of them.
A LARGE LINE OF
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS,
Vir : TUE BYRONS, THE DICKENS, SHAKES?
PEARE, THALBERG, EGBERT, GAROTTE,
BISHOP. Ac, Ac, Ac.
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT,
Choice French, English and American
CASSIiLERES AND COATINGS,
Which will \)? MADE UP TO ORDER in thc best
manner, under the care of a first-class French
B. vv, McTCUEOCS, Superintendent.
April V. 30
PHI'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL DISEASES OF I HI
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TUFT ABB RECOMMENCED BY THE
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YORK.
CSaOST AUD AFOTEECASY,
AW l or Sate by Druggists Everyvahere.*Qk\ i
Februaiy 15 mwflyr
THE S*LT ?A i EU BVTIJING HOUSE. OFF
white, Point Garden, is now opt-ni-d, and his
been thoroughly repaired in all its various depar
uie- ts, The i adieu' Swimming Hath, has been en?
larged and reOtted. lhere ure also several private
1 aiiics ?aian i Diessing Bo ms. The Gentle?
men's Depai tui--uts has also been i e to vated.
The ICE CHEAM ond SODA W < 1 EB DEPABT
MEN TS will be tc t in the heit ?tyla and manner.
Everything will be in regular order under the man?
agement. M. McMANMuN,
May 10 inwf Proprietor.
MRS. ZI EG I ER BEG* TO INFORM THE LA
DI1 a ot Charleston that shj is prepared to do
fine FKENCU FLUTING in shortest notice ?tven at
her residence. No. a BL\Kfc>TREET, one door esst
of America. mwfB May 3
THK SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFIRM
his friends and tho pu 'Ile (bathe can be found
athis OLD SI'KND, Haselwreet oupostte Ponlof
flce. whore he kee,is FINE C ?KRIAGfc>, open acd
cl se and BUGGIER FOB Bl IE. Thanklnl for
past favor.?, be hopes that, by strict attention to bu?
siness, to ment a continuance of the s ine.
May tl Ihme_RICUARD McdUNMY.
Brazier's and ^lieathini Copper
of all sizes, for sale by William
Shepherd, No. 17 Hay ne-street.
Charleston, 8. C._
IR Y THE FAMOUS
ARCTIC SODA WATER,
A. W. ECKEL & CO.'S,
NO. 231 KIXG-STltEET,
IMPORTED DY M^S'tS. BETTKUM&
TOG IV 1, AT .1 \( KSDNVIU.E, FLA.,
BY KECK NT ARRIVALS OF
THEIR LINK OF VESSELS,
^CASK* FINE CLARET WINE
800 ca Hes Fine French Ale. pint* aad quirts
126 ba-tct- Fine I hamntpne. celebrated brands
' 20 ca-iD Kine Benedictine Liquor
10 cases Fine Yermonth Wine
. 80 cases Kine Pomegranite bj rup
7S cate - Fine Sardine? (quarte.- box-.-j
10 eases Fine I rune? in taney boxes)
200 grose F encb Matches
50 boxrs French Si>enn Csn'Ues
25,000 F.'ncy trench Clay Pipes
50 doaou Fia? French Calfskins and Linings.
Sample?of Oae above can be aren al my f-toie,
where orders will be : ccetved for quantities to snit
No. MS MEETING-STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF MARKET-STREET,
OKA AAA FEETLUMi?ER
j??)\J.\J\J\J SOO cords O .k Wood
503 cords Pine Wood.
For sale low by the boat load or by the cord.
April 27 Coi uer ?.Vite and Marke' streets.
REFINED FAMILY LARI)
PRGC'J ER & GAMBL?,
Ask your Grocer for oar brand of
Lard In these Packages.
Packed 3 lb, 6 lb. 10 lb Caddie?, 60 lb cases for
Rhipmont. Cheapest mode for selling Lard. Send
(or Price List. Imo April 8
SOUTH CAROLINA KAI LR O ALI.
O EN EBAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
(RAUESTON. H. C., April 9, I Mi?. I
ON ANT) AFTER SOI'DAY. APl-.IL llxu, TUB
PASSV^.l-EB TRAINS of tb* South Carolin?
Railroad will run a? follow? :
Leave Charleston.H.' A. V
Arrive at Augusta. 4 4i P. M.
Connecting with tram* for Mont .-ornery. Memphis
Nashville and New Orleans, via Munluonicn ?o<t
Leave Charleston.H.yu A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.C.IO'K M.
Connecting with Wilmington a?d Manchester h M
road, ans Camden tram.
leave Augusts.9 'in A. M
Arrive at Charleston.5.10 P. >l
Leave Colnmhiu.7 45 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.6 l l P. M
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston.7.KU f. M
Arrive at Augusta.U ly \. v
Connecting with trains ior Hcnipltia, Nk?livil?<
ami Ilew Orleans, v i Mruiri Junction
leave Vugusta.Ll 1 P. V
Arrive at Charleston.?.im A. M
COLUMPIA NIOH I I \ PK Erv.
. (SUN JUTS (XCKPTEll.l
i,f,v Charleston..>.?'. 1*. Vi.
Arriva at? ?lum bm.....LIA A. y
Connectingi>uutlay? rxcpindl with GrecDvilk1 au?1
Leave I'?lanibia.? a.) V. M
Arrive at Charleston.5.3(1 A. V
ttl MM URVILLE TRAIN.
Leave Charleston.a.:-5 V. li,
.\rr.ve at Summerville. 6.i 0 2. M.
Leave Sunirnerville.7.10 A. M,
Arrive at Charleston..1.23 A. V
Camdon and columbi \ Passeneer Trains on MON
DA?*, WEI NESHAYS and SATURDAYS, connects with
up and down Hay Passengers at Ringville-.
Leave Carauen.G 35 A. li,
Arrivent Columbia.IL'* A. M.
Leave Columbia.. . . ..2 2" P. M.
Arrive ut Camden.7.03 P. M.
Blgnod) H. T. PEAKE,
April 19 General Superintendent.
V KU M 4 TO 350
horse power, including the
celebrate! Corliss Cut-off
Engines, Slide Valve Sta?
tionary Engines, Portable
Engines, ?cc. Also, Circu?
lar Mulay and Gang baw
Mills, Sugar Cane Mile.
Shaiting Polleys, 4c. Lath
and shingle Mills, Wheat
und Corn Mills, Circular
Saws. Bettine, Ac. Send
for descriptive Circular and
WOOD k MANN STEAM ENGINE CO.,
February IR timos Utica, New York.
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggist! Evcrywher.
July 28 SAO Iii
Prut]?, Cljrmir?lSj Q?tc.
GUI11M I.T Ai tO.'S PREPARATIONS l
IODIZED SYBUP OF HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OP MATICO
SYBUP OF HYPOPHOSPHUE OF LIME
GU A VAN A POWDERS.
Alt fresh from Pari", and for sale by -
Dr. H. JBAER,
May 8 No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
FOR THE HAIR.
PHALON/3 CHEMICAL HAIR INVIGOBA
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR
MONTGOMERY'S HALB RESTORER
HALL'S SICILIAN HALB RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HALB
CHALFANT'sj COCOA CREAM
For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
May 8 _No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
THE ONLY CERTAIN
sealed and warranted to
keep fresh for all rime
the greatest discovery
j of ita kind In the age we
live in. No person need
be troubled with RATS,
MICE, BED BUGS or
ROACHE-:, for Mr. laaacsen's detractive remedy 1s
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and valuable compounds, ita cheapness ia
aa wonderful aa ita efficacy. Bundled? of testimo?
nials have been received from all parts of the United
Toe great advantage this 8URE POP possesses
over all similar preparations ia the FACT that it la
Certain in Ita Effect?,
and free from the unpleaaantcess of rat? dying in
their hole?, as lt causea tbem to leave the premise?
to seek air, and consumes them so entirely aa to
No Dlsasrreeanle Odor.
Numbers of refet enees can be made to
Persona in this City,
who have successfully used it.
SOLE AOENTS FOB SOUTH CAROLINA,
DOWIE & MOISE,
IMPORTEES AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Corner Meeting and Basel-streets,
April 23 mwf 6mo_Charleston, S. C.
MEN-W091 EN-ANO CIlILDliEV I
M KN -WOMEN-AND CHILDREN t
"Cooling to Scald? and Burns,"
"Soothing to all painful wounds," Ac.
"Healing to ah borea, ulcers," Ac.
'COSTAA'S' BUCKTHORN SALVE
Ia the most extraordinary SALVE ever known. It?
power of Soothing and Healing for all Cut?, Burns,
Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Chapped Hand? and bain, for
Sore Nipple?, for Piles, Ac, Ac -la without a paral?
lel. One person say? of it: "I would not be with?
out a box in my house, if lt cost IS, or I had to
travel all tb > way to New York tor it."
liV. Y. Evening Newt, September 5.
49" ill Druggists in CHARLESTON sell lt.
Bitter-sweet and Orange Bloaaoma.
One Bottle, $1-Three for $2.
"Costar1?" Hat, Roach, ?fee., Eitermi's.
"Cottar's" Bed Bug Exterminator*.
"Cottar's" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Remedies known."
H 11 Beware- ! 11 of spurious imitation?."
"All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell them."
" COSTAR," No. 13 Howard-st., N. Y.
Sold in CHARLESTON, S. C., by
GOODRICH, WINEMAN At CO.
March 23 nae lyr
ptlil&irnj /Hutr ri als, Ctr.
LUMBER AT WHOLESALE AND
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND Q CAL1TY.
AFULL STOCK OF WHITE TINE, FltOM ,50' TO
12 inches thick, clear and w-11 sesiono I,
.Hie attention of ituilders curl others 'u (-so cially
Mahogany. Mark Walnut, Hickory, Ash, White
<.'ak, Poplar Boards and Plaufcs Ito- ewood and Ma?
hogany Vi- ners. Newels, Balusters, .Vc; also at
ftisiiufteturer** Prices Ba>hes, Blinds, Doors, and all
kinds of Moulding*.
Sprue? .??pars and Ladders, ?ill li ngtbs Shingles,
Laths, kc , constantly nu hand and tot sale In quan?
tities lo su t purclia-er*, by
I H HALL k CO..
SncC'Ssors to late J. N. Wood. Agent,
North ir esl corner MarUet-^trect aud Last Bay.
ISAAC HALL, New York. I
I. ll. li ALI.. j mwf ?mos Aprils
ST KAM SASH, BLIND
L. E. CORDRAY & CO.,
No. 2 PR1TCIIARD-STREET,
OPPOSITE J. E. TAYLOR k CO.'3 MACHINE
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always
PANEL DOORS, HOT HOUSE SASHES,
MOULDINGS, Ac, made up at short no?
tice, and at the lowest terms.
L. E. CORDRAY.C. A. TBOUCHE
March 23 9mo
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, ??c.
KNOX. DALY & CO.,
Ko. ISO Meeting, corner ot Wentworth
Will sell THIS DAT. cotmnenciDgatlO o'clock A. M.,
Men's and Boys' Black and Taney FELT HATS,
MenV, Women's, Youth's and Misses' Balmorals,
Congress, Calf end Lasting Gaiters, Slippers, Ac.,
Cassimere Suits, Sacks and Vests, Hosiery, Handker?
chiefs, in Pongee, Plain and Pitnted Hemmed
Lawn. Sundowns, Purses, Envelopes, Shoe Brushes,
Spool Inroad, Printed Calico Shirts, Paper Col?
On account of United States Government,
1 case FINE BROWN LINEN TOWEL8
1 case Fin" Brown lean Drawers.
Conditions cash._May 10
Schooner Belle, Thirty Tons Tonnage.
W. Y. LEFT OH & R. 8. BRUNS,
Will be sold 1 HIS DAY, 10th ins?., at ll o'clock,
st tbe old Postoffcos, ?
That FINE AND WELL CONDITIONED ? CROON?
ER called the BELLE, as she now Hes, with every?
thing complete, at Central Wt art.
. Terms-One-half cash; balance in note at alz
months with bank interest and approved endorser.
Putchaser to pay us for papers and stamps.
Pensacola and Georgia Railroad First Mort?
BY H. H. DeLEON.
I will sell TB 13 DAY, May 10th, at ll o'clock, at
the Old Postofflce. in Charlearon, 8. C.,
$10,000-(1 EN THOUSAND DOLL ARS) OF|PEN?A
COI A AND GEORGIA RAILROAD FIRST MORT*
?i- Jackson rills, Florida, paper publish once.
Tallahassee paper once. mwfl May 10
BY A. H. AHR AHAUS & SONS,
By virtue of an order of sale to ma directed by the
Hon. George 8. Bryan, Judge ot the United States
District Court, for the District of South Caroona,
I will offer for sale at Public Auction, at the Old
Postofflce, foot of Broad-street, charleston, Bonah
Carolina, on SEVENTEENTH DAY OF MAY, 1869,
at ll o'clock, A. M.,
all the right, title and Interest of Julius H. Op?
penheim in the following LOTS OF LAND, with the
LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS thereon,
situated in the City ot Charleston, a- the conter of
King and Hodson streets, and known by the Num?
ber 492; measuring twenty-three feet two Inches,
more or less, snd in depth on the north and south
linea two hundred and forty-three feet, more or less.
Butting and bounding to the north on hinda of Mrs.
O. Oppenheim; to the east on bu?*? or un scum
Carolina Railroad Company; to the south on Hud?
son-street, and to the west on Klog-etroet - '.
Lot of Land, with the Buildings thereon, known
by the number 494, on tbe east side of King-street;
measuring on the east snd west linea thirty-fire feet
nine inches, and on the north and south lines two
hundred and forty-three feet, more or less. Butting
and bounding to the west on King-street; to the
north and south on lands of Mrs. C. Oppenheim'; to
the east on lands of the Sonth Carolina Railroad
Company, and to the south on lands of ?.tats of H.
That Lot o Land, with the buildings thereon, flit
nate OD the east side of King-street, know? by the
Number ?38; measuring on the east and west lines
thirty-fire rest nine inches, and on the north ' and
sonth lines two hundred ant fort j-three leet, more
or less. Butting and bounding to the west on King
street; to the north on lands ot - Almsr; to the
east o a lands of the South Carolina Railroad Com?
pany, and to the south on lands of Mrs. C. Oppen?
heim. . "
Ihst Lot of Land, with the Buildings thereon, sit?
uate at the northeast corner of King and Ann
streets; measuring on the east an I west lines sixty
three leet fix inches, and OD the north and south
lines one hundred an I flfty-nlno feet, more or lass.
Buttin i and bounding to the west on Rinatftreet, to
the north on lands ol -; to the eaal on lands
of the South Carolina Railroad Company, and to the
south on Ann-street.
ONE UNDIVIDED HALF INTEREST, in fee sim?
ple, In a Lot of Pine Lind, situit.- m Kershaw Conn
ty, In the state of ?outh Carolina, ?boutthree.miles
from the Town of Camden, measuring and oontain
lDg about ninety .uefe*. and loru-erly belonging to
the Estate pf^-- Workman.
TermBr^One-third caih; balance payable In three
equal successive annual instalments, secured by
bond cr b rads ol the purchaser with interest there?
on at the rate of seven (7j per cnt per aunum, paya?
ble annually, and mortgage of the real estate pur?
chased. Purchaser to pay for necessary stamps snd
T J?**!*5 COHUESK -The creditors of Jtf:
LID?. H. OPPENHEIM, Bankrupt, h-laing Mens 6?
tbe above Estate, whether by Jhigmem or otherwise,
are. hereby notified that under order of th?- Court
dated April 20, 186?, they are hereby required to
prove and establish their hens Before J O. CARPEN?
TER, Esq , Registrar, ou or belora loth day sf May
1869. or else be excluded from any benefit of the'
sale arising under the deoree made in this case
HENRY H. OPPENHEIM,
Assignee Julius H. Oppenheim, Bankrupt.
^LurtwHffrV grillte Salti.
Dwelling House on South Bay.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
At Private Sale
The plea?ant'y situated DWET LING HOUSE on
South Bay. third west of Meeri'ig-f treat, containing
four upright and lwe half upright rooms, one dress?
ing room and double piazza; on tbs premises lt s
kitchen. Lot measures about 26 feet ri Deluding the
right of way of a pa-sjge common to this and the
adj ol ring Homeland about 170 feet deep.
Apply aa above, at No. 23 BBOAD-STBEET.
Mav 10 _m whn6
NEUF VIL LE A; HANN?M,
SUCCESSORS TO COURTENAY.
BLANK BJ0X MANUFACTURERS,
Job Printers and Stationers.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IR
FLAT AND FOLDED PAPEfiS,
CARDS, CARD BOARDS,
BILL HEADS, kc.
Ko. 0 Broad-Street,
CHARLESTON, S . C.
B. E. NEUT VILLE. WM. HANNAM.
MM 1WS JOB
Xo. 149 EAST BAY.
BILLS LAD LNG.
Printed in the neatest style and at the