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f Meetings This Day.
Irish Citizens, at S P. M.
South Carolina Society, at 2 P. M.
Carolina Kine Club, at S P. M.
<'ineinnatl, at s P. M.
Hope Fire Company, at S P. M.
Hook ami Ladner, No. 2, at S P. If.
Marion Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
Union Chapter, at s P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock at his
?ft.?rc, boots and shoes.
Lowndes & Grimballwlll sell at 10 o'clock, at
the old postofllee, real estate.
U'ardlaw 4 carew will sell at ll o'clock, at thc
old postotnee, ieal estate.
John S. Ryan will sell at ll o'clock, at thc old
postofllee, real estate.
Louis D. DeSnussure will sell at ll o'clock, at
the old postofllee, real estate.
F. p. Salas will sell at ll o'clock, at the corner
of State and Chalmers street, sugar.
Steffens, Werner A Ducker will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at their stores, butter, hams, Ac.
Henry Cobla A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at
their store, molasses and cheese.
Schachte ? Touhcy will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their 3tores, shoulders, hams, Ac.
Johu G. Milnor A Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their store, dry goods, clothing ami hats.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, builders' materials ami sundries.
filB THIRD BALL o? Schiller Lodge, No. 1,1.
O. O. F., for the benefit of the widow and orphan
fund, came off at the Academy of Music last night,
au l was a most delightful entcrtaiuineut.
THE MASS MEETING TO-NIGHT.-We sincere?
ly trust that there will bc a large attendance at
the Hibernian Hall to night, to aid in getting up
the testimonial for tho mother of the gallant
patriot, O'Oonovan Rossa.
TUE ENGLISH OPERA.-The sale of reserved'
seats for the grand English Opera season of the
Richings Troupe next week, will begin on Thurs?
day morning. This engagement wilt be the
crowning treat of the winter for our amusement
MEMORIAL DAT.-We learn that on the 10th
of May, (Memorial Day,) the corner stone of the
monument to be erected in memory of our Con?
federate dead, will be laid with Masonic rites, by
Strict Observance Lod?e, and an address appro?
priate to the occasion will be delivered by General
CAPTURE OF AN OUTLAW.-Ephraim Moore,
who. says the Chesterfield Democrat, made his
escape from the officer on his way to court last
May, was shot In the leg the other day, and is
now in jail, where he awaits trial next month.
lt is thought that amputation of thc leg will bc
necessary to save his lire. s
UNITED STATES COURT-HON. GEORG*? S.
BKVAN, JUDGE, PRESIDING.-The following busi?
ness wasjllsposed of in the Circuit Court yester?
In the case of thc United States vs. Benj. WU.
iiaitjs, robbing the mails, the defendant not ap?
pealing to answer, a scire facias was Issued
against his surety.
Tlie case of the United States vs. W. A. Morson
was continued to th Augus: term.
WENT BACK ON Tua?_As is well known,
thc colored people of Beaufort had a graud cele?
bration on Friday last, In honor of the adoption
of the Fifteenth amendment. C. C. Bowen, F. J.
Moses, Jr., R. H. Cain, W. J. Whlpper,.W, R.
Hoyt, T. J. and J. G. Mackey, and others, went
down to make speeches. It is reported that
Bowen and Moses took the Savannah train and
arrived in Beaufort four hours sooner than the
rest of the above named wonld-be speakers, who
took the water route on the steamer Samson.
Taking advantage of their early arrival, Bowen
and Moses made stirring speeches to the large
crowd of celebrationis!s and then disbanded them,
and when the Blow coaches arrived they had only
a small assemblage to hear them.
BANK ROBRERT AT COLUMBIA.-We have seen
a letter from Columbia which states that the
banking house of Scott, Williams A Co. was
broken Into on Sunday, as already telegraphed to
THE NEWS. The banking house was entered by
the front door, and the vault (which was of
granite, and very strongly built.) was forced open
by boring holes In the outside door, so as to in?
troduce some instrument which turned the bolts.
Wedges were also used. The luner safe had Its
hinges on one side broken, and a large quantity
of tools were left by the burglars.
Nearly every box left for safe kesping was
opened and thc contents examined, though the
most. If not all, of them were found strewed on
The loss appears to be about $15,000 in curren?
cy. $1000 lu gold, and $200 in silver. It would
seem that the rogues were after money and not
securities. The bank continued its business yes?
terday as. usual.
THE CUBAN GIRL.-A few days ago we men?
tioned that a Cuban girl was before Magistrates
T. J. and J. G. Mackey, upon a writ of habeas cor?
pus. Thc petition asking for the writ stated that
Flora Osma, of African descent, aud boru a slave
In the City of Havana, was owned or claimed to
be owned by one Fernando Osma, who married
her half-sister, Ritter Osma, and who desired to
convey her back to the Island of Cuba, where her
mother now lives In slavery, and where she,
(Flora) also would have to be a slave. A corres?
pondent states that he can sec by the granting of
the application for the writ and the further action
of thu magistrates, that they ' are informed neither
of the laws of Spain nor of the twenty-fourth
chapter of the Constitution of Cuba," ' that if any
person leaves Cuba for Spain or the United States,
and being a slave, he or she will be free, and will
be so recognized on returning to Cuba, both by
the Cuban and Spanish authorities;" furthermore
that Flora "was not a slave in Cuba," and that
"she was treated by Ritter Osma as her own
child;" that Mr. Fernando Osma did not marry
his half-sister, for any one who was acquainted
with the Catholic religion knows that this ls not
tolerated, and, moreover, in a country which has
"been under the control of Spain.
THE REPUBLICAN MASS MCKTING.-The Radi?
c?is called two meetings on the Battery yester?
day-one for 5, and the other for half-past 7
o'cljtf k, both Tor the purpose of making arrange?
ments for a grand celebration at an early day, tn
honor of thc adoption of the Fifteenth amend?
ment, in connection with the first call was an an?
nouncement stating that C. C. Bowen, Gilbert
Pillsbury. A. J. Ransier, R. IL Cain, F. J. Moses,
Jr., J. H. Rainey, W. J. Whipper, G. W. Clark, J.
H. Jenks, and W. H. Mishaw would address the
meeting. This eall was supposed to be In the In?
terests of the Bowen faction. The other call, by
thc Mackey faction, stated that at half-past 7
.o'clock 'the action of thc Joint Committee on Cel?
ebrating the Ratification of the Fifteenth amend?
ment to the Constitution of thc United States be
there submitted to the people for their approval,
?ind that no list of speakers be announced for thc
occasion, but that such persons as the people may
.call for do address the meeting." This was evi?
dently intended as a hit at the Bowenitea, and
clearly shgwed that the Mackey Rcs did not Intend
that their opponents should hold a meeting of
At 5 o'clock a few colored mee, and a:iy num?
ber ofwomen and children, assembled on the
Battery. The Irrepressible Thomas Jefferson
Mackey wai on Laud, and made a brief speech,
telling the assemblage that they mnst disperse
?ind come at half-past 7 o'clock, thelmur for the
meeting of the faithful. None of the spt .kera' an?
nounced to deliver addresses were to be seen;
none stepped forward to instruct the assemblage,
and thc members gradually dispersed about the
grounds. At 7 o'clock quite a large crowd col
iccted. T. J. Mackey, Sam Dickerson and others,
made brief speeches; a set of resolutions calling
for a grand celebration at an early day wai*
aJ?p:ed, cal the crowd dispersed. '
TUE CAUSE OE CUBA.
Thc Sympathy Blotting at Market
Hall-Mayor Pillsbury Preslile?-Ad?
dresses by the Mayor, General McMa?
hon, and others.
The Cubans residing in this city yesterday
afternoon paraded tuc street? wit li martial music,
anil attracted much attention. They bore, side
by side, thc stars ami stripes and the national en?
sign of free Cuba, and though not a very nume?
rous body, they seemed to make up, in tho ardor
of their patriotic zeal, whatever they may have
lacked in the mere matter or numbers. In pass?
ing TUE NEWS cilice thc procession honored this
journal with a very hearty sainte. *
Later In the evening, in pursuance of thc pub?
lished call, a meeting of the Cubans and the
friends of Cuba assembled at the Market Hall,
crowding that editlee to its utmost capacity. The
walls above the stand were carefully decorated
with garlauds, while the crossed colors of the
Union and Cuba formed a bright background
above thc chairman's desk. Occupying the front
seats were a number of thc fair daughters of
Cuba, who were evidently warm friends of tho
cause. Mayor Pillsbury, who happened to be
present, was politely called upon to preside-a
responsibility which he assumed with evident
misgivings, being probably troubled with a
twinge or two or remorse as the recol?
lection of a certain champagne lunch given
by himself and his Aldermen to the haughty Dons
of thc Spanish licet, flashed across his intelligent
mimi. However, repressing these Inappropriate
reminiscences, his Honor assumed thc chair and
called the meeting to order, was just about to
make some remarks, when the spirited strains or
"Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines,"' from thc
colored band stationed in the portico, rendered
all attempts at oratory for the present lu'.ile. The
band, however, was speedily squelched, aud his
Honor proceeded to say that lt had been with ex?
treme reluctance that hc*consinted to preside on
this occasioh, and that even now he had his
doubts of thc propriety of thc step. By chance he
had been placed ip the position of Chief Magis?
trate of this city-a post iu which lt was not
becoming that the Incumbent should be
conspicuous as a partisan. Bur. the sight which
he had beheld that afternoon in the procession
was more than he could withstand. When he
saw those two flags, so closely resembling one
another, both alike made up of the red, white and
blue, thc thought forced Itseir upon him, how
easily they might bc blended into one, or, if that
were Inexpedient, how the one might be protect?
ed under the folds of thc other. [Applause.] He
declared that he was no revolutionist. The Cuban
cause was no revolution, but simply an assertion
of the God-given right of all men to govern them- .
selves. Spain herself, he contended, had no gov?
ernment. He concluded by an expression of his
profound sympathy with the Cuban cause, which
he regarded, not in the light of a political Issue,
but as a great national question. ,
Mayor Pillsbury then Introduced General M. T.
McMahon, who made some very brief and grace?
ful remarks, touching what he considered the
unjust attitude of this nation towards Coba,
which he attributed to thc bad policy of President
Crant. An appeal, he.said, hu) been taken to
Congress 'nd was still pending berore that body.
After explaining in a rcw words the organization
or the Cuban League or America, he proceeded
toread thc earnest and rorclble address or that ;
body to the people or the United States.
After General McMahon had taken lils sent,
short addresses In the same strain were delivered '
by Messrs. Ryan, Uudcrhlll and others; alter
which the meeting adjourned.
TUE rr.oroSEO FAIR. 1
The Cuban Junta have resolved to rollow the 1
example or the Cubans or Key West, and hold a
ralr, whose proceeds will be devoted to the cause 1
of Cuba. The fair will be held lu one of the finest 1
halls in the city, aud will be conducted in the
Cuban and American styles. ,
To show what can be done, it ls mentlone " that
at a Cuban meeting in Now York, presided over ?
by General Quesada, the ladles present gave more ,
than $8000 worth of jewels tr be rallied at thc
Cuban fair. (
Tnc TRUTH ABOUT CUD A.
We have lecelvcd a note from Mr. C. Edward j
Porns, secretary of the Cuban Ju nta in this cltj,
who reiterates lils denial of the truth or thc Span- ?
Ish telegrams innounclng the end ot the war in ,
Cuba. In reply to the letter or "Justice," pub?
lished in a city paper, Mr. Forns says that the
Spanish telegrams "are nothing but a stratagem
to mislead the public sentiment ol this communi?
ty,'' and that their date shows their falsity. Mr.
Forns giv*s the particulars of the engagement re?
ferred to in his former letter, and claims that the I
three hundred Cubans defeated the four hundred I
Spaniards. Against the statement of "Jus- 1
tice," that only 40,000 troops In all had been
engaged In Cuba. Mr. Forns quotes statements
made by General Prim, and sets the whole Spau- ;
ish strength at S1.500. Mr. Forns charges the 1
Spanish troops with being guilty of "atrocities
aud barbarities," and says "this ls not bravery 1
but cowardice." There are eighty-nine Spanish
vessels of war, with four hundred and thirty- ,
eights guns and 13,000 men in Cuban waters. This ,
looks like war Mr. Forns asks "Justice" why he ,
docs not go to fight for "uatlonal Integrity ;" and ,
asserts, in conclusion, that "the war ls on our
(the Cuban) side stronger than ever."
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.-The meet inj (
of thc superintendents and teachers or the Sun- ,
day Schools, last evening, was well attended, |
showing thc deep iuterest manircsted in the
work. The president, Dr. Pettigrew, culled the
meeting to order, and, alter singing, prayer was
offered by Mr. C. N. Averill. The miuutcs of
last meeting were read and confirmed
Mr. Augustine T. Smythe was added to the
Committee on Arrangements.
Mr. Averill, from thc Committee on Correspon?
dence, reported that letters were coming in rrom
all parts or the State, stating that delegates
would be here to join in the convention In May
Thc president asked for Information ir lady
superintendents and teachers would be admitted
os delegates, lt was decided that they would be
Mr. Gregory, rrom the Committee on Entertain?
ment, reported that the call for those who could
entertain delegates had been read In all the
churches on Sunday.
Rev. Dr. Hicks suggested that sub-committees
of ladies be appointed from each Sunday school,
to canvass for accommodations of delegates.
The motion was accepted by the committee.
Captain Chichester suggested that a short?
hand reporter be secured for the purpose of re?
porting the proceedings or the convention.
Rev. Dr. Hicks stated that be had lu his posses?
sion a song-roll, a new and Ingenious contriv?
ance, which he offered for the use of the conven?
tion to thc Committee on Arrangements.
Captain Chichester, rrom the Committee on
Subjects, submitted a programme ror the con?
Mr. Rob3on. from the Committee on Transpor?
tation, reported that the Greenville and Columbia
Railroad, and Columbia and Augusta Railroad
had also conscuted to pass delegates for one rare.
A debate arose regarding the annual meeting,
which was participated in by Rev. Dr. Hicks, and
Messrs. Robson, Har ral,' Averill, Gregory, Chi?
chester, Cook and others.
After prayer by Rev. Dr. Hicks, the union ad?
journed to meet again next Monday night.
CONCERTS AT THE ACADEMY-CUOIGE IN?
STRUMENTAL MUSIC-The gap in thc amusement
season during the present week will bc partially,
and most acceptably, til ed by two grand vocal
and Instrumental concerts, on Wednesday and
Saturday evenings, by the members ot thc Post
Band. Our community ls as rsnaillar with the
excellent music as with the accommodating dis?
position of this tine organization, and wheu wc
mention that the members have perfected a flrst
class minstrel company among themselves, we
arc sure that their concerts will be handsomely
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card printed on his
THE EASTER ELECTIONS.
Thc following arc among the usual Easter
elections of Wardens and Vestrymen which took
place yesterday :
St. Michael s Church.-Wardens-A. E. Miller,
W. C. Courtney. Vestr? men-Janies R. Pringle.
Wm. Pull Pringle. Janies M. Wilson, Thos. Frost
Martin L. Wilkins, William Jcrvcy, Richard Cald?
St. Philip's Church.-Vestrymen- I). N. Ingra
ham, J. T. Wclsmau, Daniel Lesesne, A. 0. An?
drews, J. U. Wilson, Jacob Williman, A. E. Gib?
son. Wardens-W. Alston Tringle, Edward K.
Thurston. Delegates to Diocesan Convection
Edward McCrady, H. D. Lesesne, J. J. P. Smith,
W. A. Pringle. Advice Committee St. Philip's
Church Home-C. R. Mlles, D. N. Ingrahara, Geo.
E- Trcscot, A. H. Dayden, Stephen S. Howard.
Finance Committee St. Philip's Church Home-A.
J. White, J. T. Welsman, E. N. Thurston, Caspar
Uh is ulm. J. H. Wilson.
Grace Church.-Wardens-F. E. Fraser, E. Mon?
tague Grimkc. Vestrymen-C. G. Mcmminger, I).
Jennings, Dr. J. S. Buist, E. H. Williams, W. C.
Breese, J. B. Grimball, Julian Mitchell.
St. raul's Church. Radcliffeboro\-Wardens
Win. T. Wragg, M. D., Professor F. S. Holmes
Vestr ymen-J. D. Aiken, C. It. Brewster, J. L*
Honour, Thos. M. Hanckcl, Wm. L- Trenholm,
Tho s, Y. Simons, T. Grange ?lnions, M. D.
St. Sti^iheu'-i chun-h.-Vestrymen-H. P. Arch,
cr. Robt. Evans. Thus Miller, J. A. Newton, B. G.
Wilkins, S. K. Williams, T. E. Newton. Wardens
- J. Webb, J. Puss. Delegates to Convention-B.
G. Wilkins, J. Russ, S. Webb, S. K. Williams.
Church of limy Communion.-Wardens-John
Hanckel, John Gadsden. Vestrymen-George A.
Trenholm, Uutsou Lee, Thomas R Waring, Wm.
C rovatt, Alexander Macbeth. John M. Thompson,
Francis A. Mitchell. Delegates to Diocesan Con?
vention-Evan Edwards, John Dauckel, Wm. M.
Lawton, Theodore 1). Wagner.
sc. Luke's Church.-Wardens-W. C. Bee, G.
Lamb Buist. Vestrymen-I. S. K. Renuett, A. R.
Taft, M. P. Matheson, C. 0. Witte, F. Pcyrc Por?
cher, M. ?., B. P. Colburn, R. E. Screvcn. Dele?
gates to the Diocesan Convention-W. c. Bee, F.
Peyre Porcher, M. ?., I. S. K. Bennett, G. Lamb
St. Mark's Church.-Vestrymen- S. L. Bennett,
W. E. Marshall, Wnr. McKinlay, E. Garden, S.
?'near, J. McP. Wheaton, John X. Gregg. War?
dens-R. E. Hereof, Robert Houston.
Caleary Church.- Vestrymen-S. B. Middleton,
W. H. Robertson, F. Heyward. H. Gadsden, S.
Washington. Wardens-J. M. F. Dcreef, E. A.
St. John's [Lutheran] Church.-President-John
U. Stelnmeyer, Sr. Vestrymen-J. H. Renneker,
Charles H. West, Jr., F. R. Wickeuberg, Dr. A. P.
Pclzer, J. H. Murrell, J. F. Picken, B. Lucas, Otto
Tidemain. Wardens-R. S. R. Chreltzberg, J. H.
Stelnmeyer, Jr. Treasurer-John A. Blum. Secre?
tary-J. E. Bolnest.
Parish of St. Thomas and St. Dennis.- Vestry?
men- Alfred Huger, John L. Nowell, James Rav
eriel. Dr. John S. O'Hear, Dr. G. E. Mantganlt, Dr.
E. Ravenel, E. W. Nowell. Wardens-W. L. Ven
ulng, James E. Dutart.
St. Stephen's Parish.-Vestrymen-W. Mazyck
Porcher, Phillp G. Palmer, Julius E. DuBose. H.
PAY YOUR TAXES.-The citizens are notified
that If they do not pay the first third of the city
laxeR by to morrow afternoon, they will have to
pay twenty per cent, additional.
ACCIDENTAI. SHOOTING.-Early Sunday morn?
ing, John Williams, a seaman ol thc brig Abbie
Watson, shot and killed, lu Savannah, Edward
Rusenholm, a shipmate. Two or three hours
iCter thc body was round. Williams gave himself
up. and stated that the shooting was accidental.
The evidence before the coroner's jury proved
this, and a verdict of accidental homicide was
CRUMBS.-A regular meeting of the City
Council will be held to-night.
Thc anniversary meeting of the South Carolina
Society will bc held at their hall to-day. The cleo
;lon for onicers will commence at 12 M.
The State Court ls now engaged lu closing up
Two men for being drunk were fined, by the
Jayor, ten dollars yesterday.
Pror. Kemmerer, who ls well a-:d popularly
<nown to our citizens, will commence a juvenile
iinging class this afternoon, in the hall of thc
Academy of Music.
B U S I N E 8 J NOTICES.
AN advertisement In another column will be
round Interesting to all shippers or goods to
.loints on thc Laurens Railroad, via the South
Tun fine Kentucky bullock seen on the streets
resterday, has been sacrificed for the public good,
ind the meat cnn be obtained rrom Mr. Thomas
l. Johnson at the upper market, stalls Nos. 20
ind 21. _ ?***
LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BITTERS, nowad
rertiscd In TUE NEWS, are new claimants for pop?
ular favor, and are highly recommended as a me
liclnal cordial which will strengthen and fortiry
ITow TO SATE $100,000.-The recent great
robbery in Columbia has again ll*ed the uttcution
?I business men on thc Importance of burglar
proof safes. Many safes are sold as such, but lt
ls a well established fact, and one that should be
known In every commercial community, that
HERRING'S BURGLAR PROOF SAFES HAYE NEVER
BEES OTES ED BY BURGLARS. Messrs. Walker,
Evans ? Cogswell are the agents for these safes
In Charleston, and also for Herring's Burglar
Proof Vault Doors. See advertisement.
SORGHUM WORKS AND REFINERY.-Tho works
recently put. up for the Illustration nf the process
of manufacturing syrup and sugar from Borghum,
and relining, will be In operation this day, from
ll o'clock A. M. to 2 o'clock P. M., nud will be
continued from day to day. All persons Interest?
ed are luvlted to witness lt.
FUANCIS G. CART, Agent,
No. 32 Bast Bay.
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS' worth of dress
goods, all last week arrivals, will be sold for the
next two weeks, at just half of their original Im?
porting prices. FPRCHGOTT A BRO.,
aprlS 3 Corner Calhoun ami Kiug streets.
THREE THOUSAND DOLLARS worth of hosiery,
two hundred dozen hoopsklrts, two hundred pair
of tweeds for men's and boys' wears, will be
sold at a great sac ri (icu.
Fl'RClIGOTT A BRO.,
aprlS 3 Corner King and Calhoun streets.
CHEAP DRKSS GOODS.-WC invite thc atten?
tion or the ladles to our popular styles of dress
goods, this morning opened, at 25 ceuts per yard,
and upward. J. R. READ ? Co.
LA9T CHANCE-STORE LHT.-Balance of stock
of clothing and furnishing goods, selling at dos
ln-out prices. Call early to secure bargains, as
our business will positively be closed April 30th.
Store fixtures for sale. Macullar, Williams A
Parker, No. 297 King street. apru thstu
SAVE YOUR MONEY.-Buy your periodicals at
the Hasel street Bazaar. New York Herald, Times,
World and Tribune 5 cents each.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$5, $6 50 and $6 50 per thousand, according to
size, at TUB NEWS Job Ofllce.
ANOTHER lot of those celebrated fifty-picture
albums, oue dollar each, at the Hasel street Ba?
A NSW STTLK ol fine initial note paper and
envelopes, 40 cents a box, at the Hasel street Ba?
LADIES, have you seen that nice note paper
at the Hasel street Bazaar, price 25 cents for two
PERSONS visiting the city will purchase the
stereoscopic views or Charleston and vicinity at
the Hasel street Bazaar, or at No. 161 King street.
HAVB rou tried my Dollar Tea.
aprie WILSON'S GROCERY.
POSITIVELY ONLY 10 DAYS MORE to secure
good clothing and famishing goods at less prices
than ever sold in this city, or win be again for
same quality of goods.
MACULLAR, WILLIAMS A PARKER,
I aprlO tuths3 No. 297 King street.
SALE EXTRAORDINARY.-We understand that
Messrs. Schachte A Touhey intend sobing to thc
highest bidder the double shoulder which they
have had on exhibition at their stores for some
weeks past. It ls a curiosity that will repay thc
trouble of a visit to their stores, whether it bc to
purchase it or uot. They also offer an attractive
assortment of merchandise for sale this morning,
and wc would advise all to give them a call. See
their advertisement in another column.
pS-TLJE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Brown arc
respectfully invited to attend the Funeral Ser?
vices of their infant son, DERVIN BOUNETHEAU,
at their residence, No. 121 Queen street, Trna
MORNING, at half-past 10 o'clock._aprlO
pS-THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances of Dr. WILLIAM DUMB and fami.
ry are respectfully lovlted to attend his Funeral
Services, at St. Paul's Church, Tnis AFTERNOON,
ar half-past 4 o'clock. aprlO *
F*~ THE GREAT TONIC APPETIZER
AND DIGESTIVE REGULATOR.-Among the
many preparations that have as yet been offered
to the American public as a Medicinal Cordial, in?
tended to strengthen and fortify the system, none
has been sp universally adopted as Nature's great
Vegetable "Tonic and Regulator, "LtPPMAN'S
GREAT GERMAN BITTERS." aprlO tuths3
pS- WHEN YOU HAVE LOST YOUR
And are complaining
Of headache, nausea, and, may be, something
Tried all the tonics, then give up, exclaiming
'Tis ?.I in vain, this life ts ?ut a bore I
And to your friends are constantly disclaiming
..Nothing will do me any good, I'm sure"
A help ls near, hear lt, poor mortal "oriners,"
Prolong your lives ky taking Solomon's Bitters.
fSr PEOPLES BANK OF SOUTH
CAROLINA.-The Annual Election for THIRTEEN
DIRECTORS of this Bank, will be held at the
Banking House, No. 20 Broad street, on MONDAY,
May 2d, between the hours of 10 A. M. and 2 P. M
ps- CITY TAXES-TIME EXTENDED, j
CITY TREASURY, 14TH APRIL, lS70.-The Ordl- |
nance to raise supplies for the year 1870, requires
thc first Instalment of one-third bc paid by the
10th April. The time has been extended to thc
20th Instant, "when If the Taxes, assessments and
penalties charged against any parcel or lot o
real and personal property, shall not be paid on
or before the day prescribed by Ordinance, a pen?
alty or twenty per cent, thereon shall be added
by the City Treasurer. S. THOMAS,
aprl? 5_City Treasurer.
~pS- UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT-IN EQUITY.
J. A T. GREEN vs. THE BANK OF GEORGETOWN,
KT AL.-In pursuance of an order In the above
stated cause to me directed by the Hon. Geo. S.
Bryan, United States Judge or and for the dis?
trict aforesaid, notice Is hereby given to all credi?
tors holding claims against the said Bank of
Georgetown, to prove them before mc, at Charles?
ton, on or before thc 20th of April, A. D. 1870, or
bc forever barred of the hene?is of the decree in
this cause. DANIEL UORLBECK.
Clerk of thc District Court or thc ?. S. for S. C. D.
ag*Thc Georgetown Times will please copy.
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OF MEAT secures great economy i.nd conveni?
ence In housekeeping, ami excellence iu cooking.
None genuine without the signature of Baron
LIEBIG, the inventor, aud of MAX PKTTENK.OK
J. MILIIAU'S SONS, No. 183 Broadway.
mellis Hui mo_NPW York.
ps-k GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From the time when, In 1S34, Dr. RUGGE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid" and Its extraordinary i.;c-dl
cal effects, nothing in the history or Medicine has
equalled lt. Largely used by the French physi?
cians In treatment of consumptive and scrofu?
lous diseases, lt was introduced by the Court Phy?
sician oi^Berlln, MAX ERNST HENRY, Into Prus?
sia, and from thence to the United States. No?
thing else of the present day can equal HEN?
RY'S SOLCLION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
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pS- MANHOOD.-A MEDICAL ESSAY
on the Cause and Cure of Decline In Premature
Man, the treatment of Nervous and Physical De?
"There is no member or society by whom this
book will not be found useful, whether such per?
son holds the relation of Tarent Preceptor or
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stomach complaints. It nourishes better than
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especially since he has confined himself entirely
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Mr. KEMMERER will commence a JUVENILE
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Tuition for thirteen Lessons, including a Book,
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^OFFICE SOUTHWESTERN RAl?
ROAD BANK, CHARLESTON, S. C., APRIL 19,
1870.-Notico Is hereby given that on and after
the 25th April lnstunt the Transfer Books of the
Southwestern Railroad Bank and the South Car?
olina Railroad Company win be closed till May 5,
for the purpose of preparing a list on which will
be had a Stock vote at a meeting of the Stockhold?
ers, to be held on the 3d May ensuing.
J. M. HARLESTON,
apr 19 tuths4_Cashier.
??r- SCnUTZENFEST OF THE GER?
MAN RIFLE CLUB.-On the 20th April instant,
at 3 o'clock P. M., at the Schutzcnplatz, thc fol?
lowing STANDS willie disposed of:
1. Thc Large Bar In the Hall, Including thc pri?
vilege of the Alley.
2. Rcstauraut in the Hall without Bar.
3. Deposit Boom for Rifles, Cloaks, Hats, ?c.
4. Seven Stands for Deer and Cigars.
5. Six Stands Tor Icc Cream, Fruit, Soda Water,
Codee, Cakes and Sandwiches.
6. One Restaurant on the Grounds without Bar.
7. One Barber Stand.
8. Stand for Shooting by the Guests.
9. Stand for Patent Swings, with use or Swings
None but members or widows of deceased mem?
bers of the Club need apply for any of the above.
By order of Directors.
aprH 3_C. H. BERGMANN, Secretary.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposaiijior completing the Breast Dam
at Langley, S. C., (formerly known as Kalmia
Mills,) about eight miles from Augusta, on the
South Carolina Railroad, will be received until
Mar 1st. Specifications can bc seen at thc office
of Messrs. J. SIBLEY k SONS, Augusta, Ga., or
upon the premises at Langley, S.' C. The Com?
pany reserve the right to reject any or all bids.
WM. C. SIBLEY, President
apr!4 imo Langley Manufacturing Co.
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?&r 4LSLP FOR THE MISERABLE.
No wonder that the face of the dyspeptic has a
dragged, worn, hopeless expression that ls pitiful
to sec. No wonder that the miserable martyr to
indigestion is fretful, Irritable and unsocial.
Whoever can bear thc pangs of this tormenting
complaint cheerfully and with an unruffled tem?
per, ls little short of a saint. But why should
human fortitude continue to be thus severely
tried, when an absolute specific for thc disease ls
always at hand. Everywhere within the limits
of civilization in this hemisphere, HOTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS ls obtainable, and the history
of the first case of dyspepsia In which lt has been
administered In vain, has yet to bc written. The
sickness at the stomach, the sense of weakness
and stupor, the reeling of emptiness and hollpw
ucss before eating, and of oppression afterwards,
the fluttering of thc pubje, the Intense nervous lr
ritatlon, thc morbid Indisposition to exertion, the
weariness of life and Indifference to all Its plea?
sures, which arc among the symptoms ot the dis?
ease lu Its chronic form, are rapidly ameliorated
by the tonic operation of this palatable vegetable
restorative, which seems to renovate and quicken
all the dormant forces of the system, ami rouse
thc mind from thu apathy and gloom Inseparable
from a derangement of the digestive and secre?
tive functions. In ordinary cases, a few weeks
suffices to complete the cure, but when thc dis?
ease ls complicated, as it often ls, with torpidity
of the liver, severe constipation, Impurity of thc
blood, and a sluggish circulation, a longer lime
may bc required. Persevere, however, and thc
result Ls certain. An encouraging Improvement
will be perceptible from day to day, and the con?
valescent, knowing and feeling that he or she ls
on the high road to health, will await the happy
issue with comparative patience. aprl? 6
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Over Drug Store next to Kinsman's Saloon,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
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Auction Sales-~?lvis Wan.
\ STEFFENS, WERNER & DUCKER
TT7TLL SELL BEFORE THEIR STORE
VV ROOM, Vendue Range, THIS DAT, at lulf
part o o'clock,
80 tubs BUTTER.
20 packages N. Y. Pig Hams and Strips.
300 boxes Pipes.
D. S. Shoulders, Sides. Bellies, Ac, Ac
By HENRY CORIA & CO.
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES.
THIS DAY, 19th instant, at 9 o'clock, will
bc sold before our store,
20 hbls. New Orleans MOLASSES. aprl9
By HENRI C0BIA & CO.
ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE.
THIS DAY, loth instant, at 9 o'clock, wlU
be sold before our store,
30 boxes Cn ERSE._apr!9 "
By SCHACHTE k T?UHEY.
SHOULDERS, HAMS, BUTTER,
Will sell THIS DAY, at Nos. 21 and 23 Vendue
Rauge, at half-past o o'clock,
5 tierces Hams
60 Arkins and tubs Butter
20 boxes Cheese
2.1 boxes Soap
25 packages Lard
50 hbls. N. O. Sugar
Potatoes, Herrings, Ac.
The Double SHOULDER.
By MILES BRAKE.
SPECIAL SALE.-UNRESERVED SALE
of Boots and Shoes for account of Manufac?
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell, with?
out reserve, for account of Manufacturers, at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets,
70 cases BOOTS aud SHOES, received by steam?
ship Tennessee, containing a desirable assort?
ment for elly ami-country trade, viz: Men's Fine
Calf Boots, Creole Congress. Calf and Kip Bro?
gans. Balmorals and Oxford Ties, Serge Congress
ami Downing, Ladles' Congress, Polish and Bus?
kins, Misses and Child's Shoes?a large assortment.
5 cases nATS. for account or Underwriters.
T?rms cash. Sale positive. aprio
By JOHN G. MILN0R & CO.
T\RY GOODS, CLOTHING AND HATS.
J" THIS DAY. 19th Instant, at 10 o'clock, we
will sell at our Auction Salesroom, No. 135 Meet?
Brown Linen DRILL, Black Satinet, All-wool
Cassimeres, Llneu Coatings, Fancy and Mourning
Prints, Bleached and Brown Shirting, Cottonades,
Kentucky Jeans. Shirting Stripes, Bine Denims,
Blue Plaids. Muslin Handkerchiefs, Shirt Fronts,
Kane; Lawns, Hoop Skirts.
An assortment or CLOTHING, Men's and Boys'
Felt and Wool HATS.
AT PRIVATE SALE:
4-4 and 6 4 White and Check MATTING.
Cond it iocs cash. aprlt
By WM. McKAY. ft .
UNRESERVED SALE-BUILDERS' MA?
TERIALS: Windows, Doors, Sashes, Ac.
Buggies. Spring Wagons, Stoves, Ploughs and
Will sell THIS DAY. the above, at the Mart, op
I positc Board of Trade, at io o'clock precisely.
And at half-past 10 o'clock, at his Store, at No.
140 Meeting street,
An Invoice or 50 dozen or Men's and Boys'
Straw HATS, assorted.
75 dozen Men's and Boys' Felt HATS, assorted.
Thc above will be sold without reserve, ror cash,
SUction Sales-iatnre Claris.
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
LOT WEST SID?OF WHARF STREET,
sold by order or the Executors or Estate ol'
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 2Sth Instant, at the
Old Postoillce, at ll o'clock.
That desirable LOT OF LAND, situated on the
west side or Wharf street, measuring ans) running
as follows: on Wharf street, east line, loo feet;
north line, 128 feet; then running southward 57
feet; then castwardly 40 feet; then again south?
wardly 44 feet; then again eastwardly 89 feet, be
the said dimensions more or less. Plat will be
exhibited on day of sale.
Terms-One-third cash; balanee In one and two
years, with Interest. Purchaser to pay us for
papers and stamps._aprl9 tuftuwth6
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
ELEGANT WOODEN MANSION, ON
Brick Foundation, with Iron Railing, south?
east comer or Lynch and Montague streets-by
order of the Executors of thc Estate ot John Fer
Will nc sold on THURSDAY, -jnth Instant, at the
Old l'osio?lce, at ll o'clock,
That elegant three and a half story CYPRESS
MANSION, with large vsgctahle and flower gar?
dens, situated at the southeast corner of Lynch
and Montague streets, containing ten square, be?
sides four large attic, pantry and dressing rooms;
also,- store and coal rooms, with Une brick kitchen,
stable, carriage house, Ac. Water works In dres?
sing and bath rooms. The fences on sides and
front arc brick. Thc Lot measures 121 feet front
on Ly nell, by l?3 reet in depth on Montague, more
In rear of the above, on Montague street, that
pleasant two story BRICK DWELLING, contain?
ing four square rooms. Lot measures 30 feet
front on Montague by 120 feet lu depth, be the
said dimensions moro or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one and two
years, wiUi interest, ?cc o red by bond and mort?
gage; property to bc Insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pav us for papers and stamps.
Bj ALONZO J. WHITE & SONS,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Executors of R. F. W. Allston, vs. Benja?
min allston, et al.
By authority or the decree or Hon. R. B. Car?
penter, in the above case, made on 9th day of
November, 1889, will be sold on THURSDAY, the
.?Stn day of April Instant, at ll o'clock, lu front of
the Old Customhouse, at loot of Broad street,
All that LOT OF LAND, with thc Dwelling
House and Buildings thereon, situate, lying and
ticing lu ihcTuwn of Georgetown and State afore?
said, known by the No. ?7, being the corner lot
on Bay street and St. James street, conveyed to
Rotiert F. W. Allston hy Theodore S. Courdm, 8th
All that TRACT OF LAND, with Ute Dwelling
House and Buildings thereon, situate on rawley's
Island. In the County ot Georgetown aud State
aforesaid, coutalulng twenty (20) acres, conveyed
to the said R. K. W. Allston by Peter W. fraser
and wlfo, hy deed, dated 3d July 13?4, and deline?
ated on thc plat annexed to thc said deed, to?
gether with all the right, title and I merest or the
said R. F. W. Allston lu the Causeway leading to
ONE SHARE in the M'est Point Mill, Charleston.
Terms-For Real Estate, one-third cash; bal?
ance In one aud two years, secured by bond of
the purchasers, and with Interest payable annu?
ally and mortgage of the property. For West
Point Mill Share, cash. Purchasers to pay for
necessary papers and revenue stamps.
li KN uv I). LESKSNE, I Qualified Executors of
ADELE P. ALLSTON, J R. F. W. Allston.
A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
James w. Crav Spcclul Referee, vs. Melvin
B. Wilbur and John Morrissey.
Will be sold on WEDNESDAY next, the 20th day
of April, lu front of thc Old Customhouse, at ll
o'clock A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the two and a half
story Wooden Dwelling, slate roof, on brick foun?
dation, situate on the west side of Pitt street, be?
tween Calhoun and Vauderhorst streets, and
known us the number 41, measuring In front on
Pitt street 50 reet; same on back Hue, by 200 reet
lu depth, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers and
stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
aprl3 wlhstuwS _S. C. C.
Bj LOUIS D. BCSAUSSURE.
INSTATE SALE BY ORDER OF THE
jj Executors. Brick Residence In Meeting
On TUESDAY. 26th Instant, at ll o'clock A. M.,
at the north or the Exchange, I will sell at public
The three story BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 39
Meeting street, containing ten rooms, pantry, dou?
ble piazzas, cistern, Ac, wlth'brick kitchen, car?
riage house and stable, he premises have recentfy
beeu repaired. The lot ls of Irregular shape, mea?
suring about 42 leet front, 211 feet deep, and 115
feet on the back Hue.
Conditions-One-fourth cash; balance by bond
bearing semi-annual interest, payable in live
equal successive annual instalments, to be se?
cured by a mortgage of the property ; house to bc
Insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps. aprlS
jpTrjL c. TRENHOLM"
(LATE COURTENAY A TRENHOLM.)
AG EXT OF
BALTIMORE AND CHARLESTON
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
No. 2 UNION WHARF,
Suction ?oUs--?f)?5 Bar).
By LOWNDES & GRINDALL.
RESIDENCE EAST BAY.
WlU be sold THIS DAY, 19th April, at the
OM Postofllce at 10 o'clock,
That three story BRICK RESIDENCE with doa?
ble piazzas, at the northwest corner of Laurens
and East Bay streets. Lot measures 152 feet on
Laurens street, 38 feet on East Bay, 71 feet on
west line, - feet on north line, be the same more
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance In one and
two years. Purchaser to pay for papers and
By WARDLAW &CABEiV.
KEAL ESTATE IN PITT STREET.
Will be sold in front of the Old Postofllce,
foot of Broad street, at ll o'clock A. M., THIS
DAY, 19th instant.
The two LOTS with the Houses thereon, known
as Nos. 38 and 40, on the east side of Pitt street,
between-Bull and Calhoun streets.
The House No. 38 contains four good rooms and
a kitchen. The Lot measures 28 feet fronton
Pitt by ?5 feet deep.
The Honse No. 40, directly north of the above,
contains Ave good rooms with kitchen and neces?
sary outbuildings. The Lot measures ss feet front
by 65 feet la depth.
These Houses will be offered together, and the
entire premises measure 66 feet front by 65 feet
In depth. . J
They are wry'sultable tor small families.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay W. A C. for
papers and stamps. _aprie
By J. S. BYAN.
POSITIVE SALE-DWELLING HOUSE
jina large Lot on Calhoun street, south side,
east or Meeting street, at Auction.
THIS DAY, the 19th of April, at ll o'clock A.
M., at the north of the Exchange, I will sell, at
Public Auction, without any manner of reserve,
All that LOT ORLAND, Situate, lying and being
on Calhoun street, south side, east of Meeting
street, and Immediately adjoining the residence
formerly occupied by the late James* P. Earle,
Esq., measuring and containing in front, on Cal?
houn street, 40 feet, by 41 feet on the back line,
and 217 feet lu depth, according to a plat made by
Major Charles Packer, February 2, 1854, bethe
same more or less. . ? t
with the BUILDINGS thereon, consisting of a
two and a half story frame dwelling, a two story
kitchen and other outhouses, Ac.*
Terms-One-third cash; balance lu one and two
years, secured by bond and mortgage of the
premises; the same to bc Insured and policy as?
signed. Possession given at once. Purchaser to
pay for papers and stamps._apr!9
By J. S. B??N,
THIS DAY (Tuesday), the 19th Insten t, .at. ll
o'clock A. M., at the north of the Exchange, I will
sell to the highest bidder, without any manner of
All that LOT OF LAND on Calhown street, south
side, east of Meeting street, rrormeriy occupied
by the late James P. Earle, Esq.,) measuring 36
feet front by 218 In depth, with the Buildings
thereon, consisting of a comfortable two story
dwelling house, with piazza to the south, a two
story brick kitchen Immediately adjoining, a large
cistern, and other outbuildings, and known as Ko.
8 on plat made by Major Charles Parker, 1854, on
record In the Mesne Conveyance Office, be the
same more or less.
All that LOT OF LAND, with any Buildings that
may be thereon, situate omuhe south side of Cal?
houn street, near Anson street, measuring 40 feet
front by 200 feet In depth, known as No. 3 on a
plat made by Major Charles Parker, 1854, on
record in the Mesne Conveyance Office, be the
same more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; remainder In bon
bearing Interest payable la one and two yea
with Insurance and assignment of policy. Par
chaser to pay for papers and stamps.
JAMES W. GRAY,
By LOUIS D. BeSAUSSUBE. -
HOUSE AND LOT NO. 25 LEGARE
On TUESDAY, the 19th Instant, at ll o'clock A.
M., will be sold at the Old Postoffice, Broad street.
The Desirable RESIDENCE, No. 25 Legare
street, containing eight upright and three dress?
ing rooms, pantry, garret rooms, dry cellar,
piazzas to the east and- west, large cistern,
kitchen, carriage house and stable of brick. The
LOT is a large one, and measures 1Q0 feet on the
front line, and in depth 276 feet. There are both
vegetable and flower gardens.
Conditions-Half cash; balance by several bonds
bearing legal interest, payable in one year, to be
secured by a mortgage of the property ; u uiiaiogs
to be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay for papers and revenue stamps.
The above property may be treated - for at priv
By F. P. SALAS,
CARGO OF DAMAGED SUGAR, ON
account of the underwriters and all con?
THIS DAY (Tuesday), the 19th instant, at ll
o'clock A. M., wlU be sold I. lots to salt purcha?
sers, at the store, southwest corner Bf State and
A cargo of SUGARS, damaged on the voyage of
Importation, consisting of: %
? 100 boxes SUGAR
100 boxes Sugar *
61 hogsheads Sugar.
49" The Augusta Constitutionalist. Columbia
Phoenix and Savannah Republican will give the
above three insertions and send bills to F. P. S.
COUNTRY HAMS, F?NE FLAVOR, 20
cents a pound. WILSON'S GROCERY,
apr 19 tus2
RAN K'S SALOON.
FRANK HOWARD, late- of the Pavilion Hotel,
and more recently of the Mills House, has opened
at No. 146 MEETING STREET, directly opposite
the Board of Trade Rooms.
ALES,. Wines, Liquors and Cigars, of the best?
quality, wlU be served, and Lunch dally from ll
till 2 o'clock.
aprl 3mOS_FRANK HOWARD.
IF YOU WANT YOUR PRINTING DONE
la Fine Style and at Reasonable Rates, goto
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C. decU Brnos
IF YOU WANT PAPER BAGS, FLOUR
SACKS, and Bags of every description, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C._deol4 6mos
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE AND ELECTROTYPE'
FOUNDRY AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE,
NOS. 28, 30 ANO 32, CENTRE 8TREKT,
CORNER READ AND DUANE STREETS,
* ~ NEW- YORK.
A large Stock of ENGLISH AND GERMAN
FACES, bota>.Puun and Ornamental, kept on
hand. All Type cast at this establishment ts
mauufaecured from the metal known as Conner's
Unequalled Hard Type Metal. Every article ne?
cessary for a perfect Printing Office furnished. <t
ittadjmcrrj, (Eastings, &z.
HONIX IRON WOE KS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR ?k CO.,
CAMERON it CO.,
BNQINEER8, BOILERMAKERS, dc,
Nos. 4, 6, 8, io AND 12 PRITCHARD STBBST,
(Near the Dry Dock,)
CHARLESTON, S. O.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY DE?
SHAFTINO?PULLEYS AND GEARING.
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS. 4
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND, IN IRON Oft
Guarantee to furnish ENGINES AND BOILERS
of as good quality .'. power, and at as low ratea,
asesa be had in New York, Baltimore or Phila?
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.