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ADVERTISERS win take notice that we cannot
engage that any advertisement, sent *o TBS
NEWS o QI ce at a later boar than h air-pas t nine
o'clock at night will appear in the next morn?
ing's paper. An exception to this rule ls made
tn favor of notices of meetings, deaths and fune
rals- ^ -
Meetings Thia Day.
Washington Lodgo, at 8 P. M.
Union Light Infantry Charitable Society, at 8
Charleston- County Agricultural and Horticul?
tural Society, at 8 P. M.
Harton Pire Engine Company, at half past 7
Auction Sales This Day.
A. C. MoOUllvray will sell at ll o'clock, at
the old Postomce, real estate.
John G. Mllnor <% Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their store, linen drills shoes, Ac
Lanrey A Alexander will sell at 10 o'clock, nt
their store, strips, hams, Ac.
PBRHONAI..-Eon. J. P. Reed, or Anderson,
arrived in our city yesterday.
FIRST OF TBS SEASON.-Yesterday Messrs.
Kanapanx A Gonzales shipped North by tho
steamship Sooth Carolina, the Brat snapbeans of
the Robson. They were raised by Mr. Wm. Lucas,
of this city.
OPPOSITION TO WHTTTEMORB.-E. J. Suet ter ]
has nominated J. H. Ralney, colored, State sena
tor from Georgetown County, asa candidate tor
Congress te fill tho unexpired term caused by the
resignation of Wbittemore.
A FULL CAROO ANO PASSENGER LIST.-The
superior steamship South Carolina left for New
York last evening with a very large cargo. In fact
the largest in balk ever cleared by steamer at
Charleston for that port. Every state-room was
occupied, some seventy or eighty passengers from
this city and the Interior being hansomely accom?
modated In her splendid deck cabins.
A . GOOD MOVE.-Messrs. W. C . Wbilden A
Co. and A H. Hayden will close their stores at
2 o'clock on Saturday afternoons, from May 14th
to October 1st. This la a good move, and lt would
be well for all of ou r merchants who can do so to
emulate the example, and thus give their em?
ployees an opportunity, which they seldom have,
of enjoying week day fresh air.
THE BOOTH CAROLINA VULROAD ACCIDENT.
Tho Jory summoned to hold an Inquest over the
body of little Miehew, who waa killed by the rail?
road collision last Sunday afternoon, was In ses?
sion yesterday, and a number or witnesses were
examined. As there are many more witnesses to
be examined, lt cannot bo o cum tc ly stated when
the verdict wUl be rendered.
Joanna Mlshew, the father of the little boy who
waa killed, ls In a critical condition from wounds
received at the same time
THE WORKING OHRBTIAN.-This Interesting j
and jjopuiar religious and family newspaper,
hitherto published at. York ville, S. 0., bas been
removed to Charleston. Tho next number will
be Issued from thia city next Tuesday. It is the
oigan of the Baptist denomination in South Car?
olina. The enterprising. editor, Rev. ni man R.
Gaines, has added to the editorial strength of the
paper the names of Rev. Dr. Reynolds, of Colum?
bia, and Rev. L. H. Shook, of Charleston, and has
an able o?rps of contributors from other parts
of tne State. __
BOLO BURGLARY-FOOR HONORED DOLLARS1
WORTH or 0 KOCK KI BS STOLEN.-Night before last
. daring burglary was perpetrated at the store
of Mr. P. Weh manu, corner or Laurens and East
Bay streets. The burglars forced a door on Lau
rena street, which was fastened with an iron bar
two and a hain non cs in diameter, anti then pro
oeeded-to help themselves to tea, coffee, sugar
rice, whiskey, Ac, oarrrlag off altogether about
four hundred dollars' worth of groceries. Mr.
Weh tc ann oom plains that a policeman ls never
aeon in bia neighborhood; oertalnly th are conld
have been none thereabouts at the hoar of the
burglary. Tho police force ls, lt seems to ns, suf?
ficiently large to patrol the entire city and pre?
vent su oh a depredation as above described.
CROM RS.-The committee of Council, ap?
pointed to revise the jury ham have, we learn,
completed their work.
The regular monthly meeting of the Charleston
County Agricultural and Horticultural Society
will take place to-nighfe
The parents of Richard Singleton, colored, have
had bim arrested for stealing monty fran them.
Jf. B. Delaney, colored, aide-de-camp to Gov?
ernor Scott, has boen serenaded by the Delaney
RioeGnarda, a colored company of this city.
Friday Nixon wui oe carried np to the peniten?
Tim steamship Tennessee, Captain Chichester,
left New York yesterday at quarter past 3 P. M.
wita a foil freight.
- UnUl farther notice tho Skating Bink will be
open every morning from lo to ii, exclusively ror
tad les. Admission and use of skates free
A VERT BANDOO:*tr COMPLIMENT.-The fol?
lowing letter has been forwarded to H.T. Peake,
Eso., by tho delegation which representen the
Cotton States Agricultural Association, in the.
Sonto. Carolina Meehan leal and Immigration Con?
AUGUSTA, GA., May 6,1870.
H. T. Penlee, Seq., General superintendent 3. C.
B. a., .Okarieston, S.e.:
DEAS SIR--The undersigned delegates from the
"Cotton States Meehan io and Agricultural Fair
Association, .? of Augusta, Georgia, to tue Agricul?
tural; Mechanical and Immigration Convention,
letaiybelu m your city, be/ to thank yon ror
placing at their disposal, your very luxurious
"special car."v This unexpected contribution tu
their comfort will be greatly remembered by each
and ail of us.
We have learned with genuine regret that you
are about to retire from the position von have
fill od for so many years, with rare abUlty, and
that you have determined to remain iu retire?
ment. Permit ns to hope that you will reconsider
tata? and consent to entertain any cali to a posi?
tion In which your administrative talent and pro?
gressive policy wUi be manifested in a Wide field
or usefulness. -
With sincere good wishes for your future health
and prosperity, we are
. J. w. MEREDITH, J<-HN M. CLARE,
JOHN OSLET, JK., WELLINGTON STKVKNSON.
-W. A. BRILL, -p. j. BBKEMANS,
WM. CRAIG. E. H. Ga AY,
THOM}. MORGAN, J. If. TURPIN.
?OB?RT Y. H AK KIM, GEO. A. WHITEHEAD.
UNITED STATES COURT-HON. GEOROB S.
BBTAX, JUDEX, PBSsxDQro.-The following bust. I j
ness was dispeled of in the Circuit, District and j,
Admiralty Oot rta yesterday:
Cf rouit court.- In the case or Thomas Branch
and Fred. R. Scott, of Virginia, and Thomas P.
Branon, of Georgia, copartners, as Branch Sons
A Co., vs. Reuben Tomllnson, James W. Grace et
al, or south Carolina, a motion for Injunction was
faade. After a short hearing, the case was con?
tinued untd to-day.
' District OourL-Ex parte W. G. Mazyok-appll
eatkra for a copyright of a production entitled
"The Oradle and th ? Grave" The application
Ex part? J. E. Adger A Co., creditor, In re Wm.
IL Haywood et al-petitlou to eatabUsh lien. Pe?
titions referred to Registrar Carpenter, to re?
Sx parte J. Lcbby ? Sons, ls re Owen P. Fitz
simmons-pectMoa to establish lien, iv ti t ion re?
ferred to Registrar Carpenter.
In re John T. Sloan, bankrupt. The Jndge ap?
proved the appointment or J. N. Brown, or Ander?
son, as assignee.
Ex part? D. T. Vaughan-petition ror final dis?
charge from bankruptcy. Referred to Registrar
In the cite of thc United States vs. David R.
Williams, oharged with being physician lu prac?
tice without paying license tax, a nolle prosequl
Admiralty Court.-The case of Charles Relegla
.t^jy, owners of the Ark, va. schooner Francis
; was under argument to the hour of adj oura -
Stray Shots ni the Ri flo mc rt-Turret
Practice by thc Ladle?- Bistrlbutlon
of Prizes by Captain Melcher*.
There was A o abatement of fun, interest or
crowd. Indeed, the week seems, hy common con?
sent, to be giren np to recreation, and between
one and five o'clock every dav the shell road,
Unod with vehicles, and the fastest horses thc
olty affords, presents a processional aspect that
charmingly contrasts with the monotony of ordi?
nary travel upon lt. At Brated intervals thc cars
came and went, discharging their living frelghr,
and talcing In those homeward bound, and be?
tween footmen, cav alies and carriages, thc sur?
roundings wore an aspect decidedly gay and
If the Immense throng within the grounds did
not enjoy themselves, it certainly was no fault of
thc ever-thoughtful Germans. The Committee on
Amusements were untiring In their efforts to
please, and at proper Intervals trotted out bri?
gades of little urchins, who, for a consideration,
were made to go through with antics that tickled
thc diaphragms of spectators. Individual mem?
bers of the Ride Club likewise exerted themselves
to promote thc object of the festival, namely, en?
tertainment, and all present were made to real?
ise the freedom or the place, the absence or -, re?
straint, and the hearty purposes of the occasion.
ir the visitor loved muslo, he found gratifica?
tion tn listening to the strains of Muller's Baad:
dancing, he could enjoy with true Teutonic vim
in the great hall; panoramic views of the peripa?
tetic humanity thronging the grounds, ha could
secure from the broad piazzas; quiet, he could ob?
tain la the shady re?usses of the old oak groves;
natural history, he could study among the mon?
keys and trained mice; tcte-a-tetes and perambu?
lating flirtatious were but natural outgrowths of |
the scene: sandbars in the throat were washed
away by ever-flowing streams of lager; and of I
eating, there was so end-the only drawback
being that Nature did not create man with a tast?
ing apparatus extending from his head to his
To those Interested in marksmanship, the tar?
get exeroises were naturally the chief attraction,
and the shots Indicated a degree of skill on the
part of a majority of the olub, which proves that
the German of to-day has m no wise lost the art
or his fathers.
Peeping Into the shooting shed (for only mem?
bers of the Sch?tzen verein are almltted there,)
yon are struck by tho order which prevails and
the system by which each bullet's work is record?
ed against the name ot the person by whom lt
You see big rifles and little rifles-rifles hoary
with antiquity, with old-fashioned stocks and bar?
rels; rifles bright with polish, and fresh from the
hands of Happoldt, our Charleston gun maker;
rifles with bores as big ai your thumb, or no big?
ger than a good sized pea; and you see too the
Jolliest, best natured, biggest hearted Germans tn
Charleston-true types of thc Fatherland,and true I I
representatives of our most valued adopted oltl- j I
Yonder, for Instance, ls Torck, the heavy
breasted, ronnd-bodled restaurateur, who makes
a practice every year -of shooting out "bull's j I
eyes" and carrying away crowns. Whether he 11
holds a majority or moral sunshine or lager under [
hts shirt buttons, ls a point that has never beea j I
There also ls Happoldt,.a keon, grey-eyed man,
slim, trim and athletic-a fine representative of
the men who are bnUding our fortunes, and yet j
preserve unohanged the traditions of their own (
people-a sharpshooter la the A No. 1 ranks of the l
Next appears Mclohers, the president or the
club, fair haired, ruddy faced and Teuton shaped
he who has a kind word for all, and is at home 11
equally In dispensing the hospitalities or thc
Sch?tzen verein or watching the inscrutable ways j f
or Providence amid the dispensations or every?
day life-a first-class citizen, full or oonhommie,
md alive with thc duties or his position.
Then, again, there is C. H. Bergmann, the sec?
retary, a serious looking, practical gentleman,
who keeps all the papers of the club where ho can
lay his hands on them Instanter; who nover gets
angry, and who believes a German ls a direct de?
scendant of Father Adam In everything bot the
disposition to partake of forbidden fruit. Ur.
Bergmann ls In charge of one of the best schools
in Charleston, and on the day or the parada hts
eighty pupils, every one of whom 1B a microscopic
Turnor, constituted a very important feature of ?
the procession. A bighearted, brave and intel?
lectual gentleman. .
There, too, ls P. Paokhabar, thc vice-president,
who received a gold-headed cane the other day,
because be was so unseltls? as to work for the
happiness ot other people- a generous looking
follow, who would pass, anywhere for a married
man, and ts unimpeachable as a bachelor.
Nor ls our friend F. Melcher* to be lost sight of.
lt was he who, with.Professor Deden and three
others, met in 1854 to organise the dab, and who
may be regarded as tho founders of these annual
festivities. They wear their honors serenely, and
in all that concerna the weal of the public, may
Dd written down with an emphatic "Yours,
And Yon San ten-he must not be neglected.
Toung, smooth-faced, handsome, a thorough son
rf the Fatherland, brim ru l of energy, with a kind
word for au, not proud of his prosperity, bat very
proud or his ancestry, mast happily does he com?
bine the suaviter in.modo ot the social gentleman
With the fm-Mer tn-, re ot the tl rie a rifleman. . He
wears -his uniform like the king Re deserves to be.
There are others who pass In view bet?re os?
good shots, good men, and-healthy old fellows
who haye mute their social mark; bat we must
morten our bowstrings and withhold Ure.
We Oiuyneod add that the'German Rifle Club is
som posed of a body of men, or every one of whom
?omethlng kind might be written; and lt is due
io the ract that they are all, by nature, ld en tl tied
with our social and bt di ness welfare, that they
to-day command a power tn Charleston which
parties wKh.lt the respect of the people. -
" TAUGET TR A CT I CE U Y LA VI BS.
Yesterday a ?umber.or 'ladies engaged in tar?
get practice with the air-guns. There were several
excellent shots made, and the ladles displayed
great Interest m the practice, each one seeming
ruxtons to secure one or the prizes offered. After
a long contest it.yras decided that Urs. Geilfuss
was entitled to the first prize; Mrs. Harms to the
second; Miss Nichols the third, and Mrs. w. D.
Harvey the fourth-for making the worst shot,
shortly after four o'clock, Captain Melchers dis?
tributed the prizes to the ladles. Mrs. Geilfuss
received a ladies' work st and -.Mrs. Harms a port
monnaie; Miss Nichols a sUver sewing-bird, snd
Hrs. Harvey one or Mr. ClauBsen's advertising
The firing at the eagle was lively during the
shooting hours, and although the bird suffered
sonsiderably. only the head was shot off, Mr. P.
gressel making the successful shot
The members of the South Carolina Rifle Club,
with their slxtccn-shooters, displayed consider?
able still. These rifles, while a very efficient wea?
pon, are not specially adapted to target practice.
One or the members or (his club fired abont thirty
shots at thc target, and although not one or the
bullets struck the bull's-eye, yet the whole num?
ber were close around lt in a space which could
be covered by the hand. Had he possessed one
or the rifles used in regular target practice, the
bull's-eye would have been put out.
Harry Leslie and Miss Nichols gave their usual
tight-rope performances. Leslie announced that
on Friday he would take a stove on the rope with
him and cook and eat his dinner. It is under?
stood that the pnblic are Invited to panic pate la
the meal. He need not prepare a very large din?
The exercises of to day will be similar to those
or yesterday-- To-morrow the fest will close.
TUB SKATING: RINK, at the Academy of Music
Hall, la getting to be a place of popular re-sort.
The roller ska ung exercise ls exhilarating and
healthful, aud we would advise our yonng citi?
zens or both sexes to avail themselves of the op?
portunity of getting a large amount of exercise,
combined with considerable amusement.
Motion for an Injunction to Restrain
the State from li e v y I n g Taxes
upon the So a th Carolina Railroad
AN INTERESTING CASE.
In thc United States Circuit Court jester
day, Ids Honor Judge Bryan presiding, a motion
was made by Hon. A. 0. Magrath for au Injunc?
tion to restrain Reuben Tomllnson, Esq., State
Auditor, and the treasurers of the several coun?
ties through which thc South Carolina Railroad
passes, from proceeding to the collection of taxes
assessed upon tho property of the company.
The bill ceta forth that the South Carolina Rail?
road Company has, by the statutes of thc State,
a perpetual exemption from taxation; that by tho
recent act or the Legislature the courts are for?
bidden to Interfere with the collection of any
tax assessed under the authority of the State,
and that the provision made in thc statute for the
recovery of taxes Illegally assessed and collected
ls Inadequate and affords no adequate or substan?
tial relier. Hence this bill ls brought by Branch
A Sons, citizens of Virginia and Georgia, against
the South Carolina Railroad to prohibit the compa?
ny from paying tho tax, and against tho tax om?
eo ra fer the purposes or suspending thc enforce
mens of the taxes.
Mr. Magrath appeared for thc complainants,
and Mesar?. D. H. Chamberlain and D. T. Corbin
for defendants. Mr. Magrath opened tho argu?
ment tn support of the motion, and cited from
thc various statutes of the State, showing that
the South Carolina Railroad Company had per
petual exemption rrom taxation. Uo then argued
that snoh exemption rrom taxation constituted,
a contract, within the meaning or the Oonstitu
Honor tho United States, which the court was
bound to protect. The act or the Legislature or
1870 was a distinct violation of that contract,
which this court was bound to give them protea
tlon against. The learned counsel cited name
rous authorities in support of his position, more
particularly from decisions of the Supreme Court
or thc United States.
The question made in the bill, he said, S this
Branch, ?oas a Co., citizens of Virginia and
Georgia, come into this court with the allegation
that they aro stockholders of the South Carolina
Railroad Company, and that the State of South
Carolina has Imposed a tax on the property of
that corporation, rrom which tax, by acts or the
Legislature or South Carolina, an exemption had
bean granted to the South Carolina Railroad.
That exemption, they allege, ls still In force. The
set or the Legislature imposing a tax now on the
property of that company is a violation of a con
tract, and Impairs the obligation of that contract;
Ming such, lt ls a case arising under the Consti
cutios of the United States, and a case of which
,hla court has Jurisdiction. According to the de
Malone or thc Supreme Court or the United States,
where a corporation within a State ls either
mable or unwilling to make sufficient opposition
to an unconst ltut lona.' act or the State Legislature,
tis the right of a corporator living outside of the
Jtate to come Into this court for that relief which
me corporation ls not able to secure. The parties
whom he (Mr. Magrath) represented, have dc
na?ded of the South Carolina Railroad Company
ts purpose In relation to the assessment made ot
.his property for taxation, and that corporation,
is stated la the bill, has expressed to them Its
nablllty under the laws of tho State to offer an
iffectuat resistance to the collection of thc tax,
Counsel, after thus briefly stating the case, sub?
mited a copy or the order, which lt was pro
meed to make after thc hearing of the whole ar
rument by the court. This order restrains
leuben Tomllnson and the various county treasu- <
'era rrom proceeding by distress or execution or <
my other manner to assess, Impose, or collect 1
my tax upon the capital t-tock or the Sooth Caro?
ma Railroad Company or dividends thereon, Ac,
md prohibits tho >outh Carolina Railroad Oom
?any from consenting to pay sud tax, proresscd
o be assessed and collected under the oct or 1870,
The argument for tho State will bs opened this
lornlng, at ll o'olock by, Attorney-General
Tn? BONDAY-SCBOOI. CONVENTION.-Quito a
urge number ot delegates to the State Sunday
Ichool Convention, which meets to-day at io
i'clcck, in the Trinity Church, arrived yesterday
.rternoon. There will be three sessions or the | 1
onventlon per day excepting on Saturday, when
here will be two. The exercises will bc Interest-1 1
og, and will doubtless result In much good to the
The public are luvlted to attend all these meet
ogs, as there will be many very Interesting sub?
lets discussed relating :o Sunday-schools. The
etalon Ulla mornlug will be devoted to effecting
ho organization ot the oouvention and tho an?
ointment cr committees. In tho afternoon the
Dilowicg subjects will be dlsonssed : Hair-past 3
'clock-"Tho object ana iicsign of Sunday
choois." 4 o'clock-"What relation docs the
ihurcli bear to the San lay-school." Half-past 4
'dook-"The duties of pastors, officers and
icmbers of Churches to tire Sunday-schools
o'olock-"Opening of question box.*1
The question box ls one of tho most Interesting
?atures or the convention. Every person la re
nested to write quedtluns relative to Sunday
choois that may uot be upoa the regular pro
ramme and place them lu the box. At the olosc
f each session the box whl be opened, and the
ueatious read and answered by the president.
in tho evening a public meeting will be held, at
rblch appropriate addresses will be delivered by
entiemeu appointed for the purpose. These
vening meetings aro likely to prove Intensely
aterestlng, aud should be well attended.
A NEW STYLE BOOT, for ladles, misses and 1
hlldrcn, called the "Pau" boot; the first that has
ppcared here. They arc of superb style and fln
m. Sold at retail by JOHN COMMINS, 1
mayl2-th2 No. 131 Meeting street. \
MBSSRS. L. CHAP?N & Co. arc offering great
argalna for the next sixty days In their large-stock
f carriages, buggies, harness, Ac, at No. 20
lay ne street, and No. 103 Meeting street.
may 12-2 ^.
SPECIAL ATTENTION is called to the large
tock or dry goods at Mr. A. R. Stillman's store,
Io. 281 King street, which will bc sold upon the J
lost reasonable terms. | t
BILL HEADS printed on fina paper at $3, 14,
;5, $s 60 and $8 50 per thousand, according to I
ute, at THE NEWS Job Office | I
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE MEWS Job Office |p
i now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
lusmess cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous
.nd. Send your orders. Every merchant and | j
melness man should have his card printed on his
FRANK HOWARD, late of the Pavilion Botet,
nd more recently of the Mills House, has opened
it No. 14? MEETING STREET, directly opposite [
he Boa ?d of Trade Rooms.
ALES, Wines, Liquors and Olgars, of the best
luaUty, wUl be served, and Lunch dally from ll
Ul 2 o'clock.
aprl 3mos_FRANK HOWARD.
pAUL C. TBENHOLM,
(LATE COURTENAY a TRENHOLM,)
.MOSE AND CHARLESTON j
STEAMSHIP COMPANY, ,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 2 UNION WHARF,
YOU WANT PAPEB BAGS, FLOUR
SACKS, and Hags of every description, go to
ic 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, a. 0. deol4 cmos
f nntxal Notices.
. ps- THE RELATIVES, FEIENDS AND
Acquaintances of Mrs. ANNE FOX, of ber daugh?
ter, Urs. Cecelia M. Corcoran and family, and of
Rev. J. A. Corcoran, D. D., are Invited to attend
the Funeral Servloes of the former, at the Cathe?
dral Chapel, Queen street, at 9 o'clock, Tms
ps- THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
accuatntances of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. FEUGAS,
and the Congregation of thc Cathedral Chapel, are
respectfully Invited to attend the Funeral Service
of the former, Tni3 MOKNIKO, ai io o'clock.
COLE.-Died attire Confederate Widows' Home,
on Wednesday, May ll, QHBTBOM COLK, one of
the pupils of the "Home," aged 14 years and 0
mo'ichs, youngest daughter of the late John J.
Cole, or Hindi un, S. C.
pS-THE FRIENDS OF THE FAMILY
and of the '-Home," are Invited to attend the Fu?
neral, TO-MORUOW (Friday) MORNING, at 10
o'clock, at the Huguenot Church. mayl2-2
PS-U. C. POROHER, ADMINISTRA?
TRIX, vs. EXECUTORS F. M. WESTON ETAL.-By
virtue of an ordtr entered on 5th Inat., before
Hon. K. B. Carpenter, in this case, the Creditors or
the late PERCIVAL R. PORCHER are required to
prove their olalms berorc me, at my office, No. 50
Broad street, on or before theist or July next.
W. ST. J UL1EN JBRVEY,
ps- EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE.-A L L
persons having claims against the Estate or the
late GEORGE W. NICKERSON, Printer, or Charles?
ton, deceased, will present the same, proparly at?
tested; and those indebted to said Estate wit!
make payment to the undersigned.
apriS thu Qns.ll'icd Executrix.
PS- PROPOSALS. -OFFICE SINKING
FUND COMMISSION, COLUMBIA, S. 0., APRIL
25, 1870.-Notice ls hereby given that the Commis?
sion is now prepared to receive proposals for the
purchase of STOCK owned by the State. All com?
munications must be addressed to the under?
signed. * J. H. RAINEY,
Secretary Sinking Fund Commission,
apron 22_Columbia, 9. C.
ps- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. -
Sealed proposals for completing the Breast Dam
at Langley, S. C., (formerly known aa Kalmia
Hills,) about eight miles from Augusta, on the
South Carolina Railroad, will be received nntll
May 1st. Specifications can be seen at the office
or Messrs. J. SIBLEY A SONS, Augusta, Ga., or
apon the premises at Langley, S. 0. The Com?
pany reserve the right to reject any or all bids.
.WM. 0. SIBLEY, President
april Imo_Langley Manufacturing Co.
PS- CARD. -WILLIAM COMINGS,
late practica! Painter of the flrm^of T. A. BEAM?
ISH A CO., Painters, begs leave"To return thanks
to his friends and customers or the late firm.
Being now In the employ of DOUGLAS A MIL?
LER, No. 50 East Bay, all orders from my friends
rvlll be promptly attended to, by myself and
PS- MILHAU'S GOLDEN COD LIVER
ML.-With Hypophosphlte of Lime, a great Im?
provement; made with the best of oil known, it
mites efficacy with pleasant flavor and easy di
restlbillty. Sold by all respectable druggists.
J. MILHAU'S SONS, No. 183 Broadway.
ap rei thmlmo_New York.
RESTATE NOTICE-ALL PERSONS
laving claims against the Estate of RIOUARD
l'EA DON, deceased, will present the same duly
Utested, and those Indebted to sahl Estate will
sake payment to Messrs. BUIST & BUIST, Solici?
tors, No. 41 Broad street.
ps- PEOPLE'S BANK OF SOUTH
CAROLINA.-This Bank ls now prepared to sell
>r Issue at par CenlUcates for Shares of Its Cupi?
al Stock, which will ho entitled to participate In
til future divisions or profits or assets, at the rate
>r Twenty-five Dollars each.
JAMES B. BETTS,
may-t-3 tuthnO nAO fnfdiler.
.?SF-SPECIAL NOTICE.-BOOKS FOR
Subscription to thc Stock of the ENTERPRISE
RAILROAD COMPANY of Charleston will be
jpencd on and after THIS DAT, the 23d Instant, at
the office of Messrs. WHIPPER, ELLIOTT A AL?
LEN, No. 91 Broad street, where the undersigned
nay be found dally between the hours of 10 A. M.
ind 2 P. M. WM. MCKINLAY,
ps- COMPLICATE!? MECHANISM -
Ire you aware that you arc wonderfully and
tearfully made, and that tho complicated and
leUcate mechanism of the human body can be
jntlrely disarranged by one part being out of or
1er, Just as the springs, wheels and cogs or a
slock refuse to go, If even an laflultesslmal por
lon of the works ls wanting r
Being aoqoalntcd with thia fact, howBurprls
ng lt ls to soe hundreds of sensible men and
romen going through life like a creaking door,
iiways complaining and yet never resorting to
my means of Improving their health.
Any little violent exercise for a few minutes
viii occasion great distress; beating of the heart,
iirobblng of thc temples and labored and Imped?
id respiration-this is weakness or debility, a
hin and Impoverished condition of the blood,
he pabylum of lire.
Nature by these symptoms, ls making a requl
iltlon Tor assistance and support. The macbl
?ery ls out or order-a screw ls loose somewhere
n thc animal mechanism-won't you repair lt t
Von't you raise up the digestive apparatus to a
lealthly condition, by a tonic and strengthening
nedlclne? Invalids, dyspepilcs, nervous and
lellcate women, nursing mothers, listen to a
vord of advice ? Take a course or SOLOMON'S
UTTERS and you will be most assuredly restored
0 your wonted health._mnyio-tuths3
ps- MANHOOD.-A MEDICAL ESSAY
tn the Cause and Cure or Decline m Premature
dan, the treatment of Nervous and Physical De
"There ls no member of society by whom thie
>ook will not be found useful, whether such per?
on holds the relation ci Parent Preceptor or
Jlergyman."-Medical Times and Gazette.
Sent by mall on receipt of fifty cents. Adores
he Author, Dr. E. DsF. CURTIS. Washington
). C._weptl lyr
ps- IF YOU WANT STRAW. MANIL?
LA and all kinds of WRAPPING PAPERS, go to
COWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, oppo
fte Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
pS-A GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
'rom the time when, In 1834, Dr. RUGGE dlscov
ired "Carbolic Acid" and Its extraordinary medi?
cal effects, nothing In the history of Medicine has
?quailed lt. Largely used by the French physi?
cians m treatment of consumptive and sensu?
ous diseases, lt was introduced by the Court Phy
delan of BerUn, MAX ERNST HENRY, Into Pros
ila, and from thence to the United States. No
hlng else of the present day can equal HEN?
RY'S SOLUCION OR ?ARBOLIO CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patients get better after only one
lose nae been taken, and we cordially recommend
t to the public-fEdltor "Argus." >anl7 lrr
PS- AWAY WITH SPECTACLES. -OLD
Syes made new, easily, without doctor or medi?
cines. Sent postpaid on receipt or io cents. Ad
lress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No? 120 Lexington avenue.
ps- TO PRINTERS.-D? YOU WANT
S'EWS, BOOK, CAP, DEMI and MEDIUM PAPERS,
3111 Heads, statements, Cards, Card Board, brini?
ng Material, Binding, Ruling and Cutting, go 10
3DWAR1) PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, oppo.
lite Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C
pS- AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
[.RUSSES,-Comfort and Cure for the Ruptured.
Sent postpaid on receipt of io cents. Address
i)r. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue. New
pa- THE UNDERSIGNED STORES, AC?
CORDING to their usual custom, Trill close at 2
o'clock on SATURDAYS, rrom May 14th to October
1,18T0. Vf. O. WHILDEN A CO.
mayl2_A. H. HAYDEN._
p3- SOUTH CAROLINA SUNDAY
SCHOOL CONVENTION.-All Delegates to this
Convention are reqnested to report Immediately
on their arrival, at the Committee Rooms of Trin?
ity Church, Hasel street, where they will register
their names and be assigned to residences.
OLIVER F. GREGORY,
Chairman Committee on Entertainment aud Re
pa- MRS. MCMILLAN, ITAVING OPEN?
ED a SEWING-ROOM at her residence, No. 34
Wentworth street, will be pleaRcd to receive a
continuation of the patronage hitherto extended
to the Sewing-room of Mr. D. B. Haselton, In King
street, which ls now closed. Mrs. M. thinks she
can give general satlsfaoton to all her patrons.
pS- OFFICE CHARLESTON CITY
RAIL rt AY COMPANY-CHARLESTON. MAY 7,
1870.-In order to provide Increased facilities for
visitors to the Festival of the Sch?tzenfest, thc
TWO HORSE (Red) CARS will be changed to the
KING STREET LINE, and thc ONE HORSE (Yellow)
OAKS will run on the KLTI.F.DOE STKBRT LINK,
commencing MONDAY, thc Otu Instant, and so
continue until FRIDAY, thc 13th Instant, Inclusive;
trier which date they will resume their regular
routes. S. W. RAMSAY,
pa- THE PIONEER STEAM FIK?
30MPANY-TO THK CITIZENS OF CHARLES?
TON: Would respectfully represent that thc pr??
tent condition of their apparatus and of their fl
lances compel them to make that appeal to your
lberallty and public spirit, which has never yet
?en made In vain by the Fire Department or |
Oar Engine, worn and Injured in your service,
lemands Immediate and extensive repairs. Our
lose, arter faithful use for five years, ls now un?
equal to the performance of its duty, and there ls
i balf.ncc due for the purchase of thc Engine,
till remaining unpaid.
The pay from thc city has been greatly reduced
ind can contribute to no more than the current
ixpendlturea, and the resources or the Company
itherwlse are entirely Inadequate to meet these
leccssltles, or they would be cheerfully devoted
o them without a call upon your aid.
We are willing and anxious to devote to yonr
Dterest all our zeal and all oar service, without
eoompense, and we only ask you to assist us to
10 so with that measure of efficiency which the
aagnitudo of that interest demands, by enabling
LB to keep np our Engine and apparatus In pro
The oldest chartered Company In the D?pan?
nent, the Pioneer, In the introduction of steam
ower for the salvation of your property, ask yon
o look back upon the long years or its service,
nd to contribute to that efficiency that lt ls their
ride and your Interest to cherish and protect.
The following named gentlemen have been ap
oin ted a Committee to walt upon the citizens
nd solicit contributions to the aggregate sum of j
Wo Thousand Dollars, for the purposes above
et forth. J. E. BURKE,
A 8. BROWN,
IL S. RENNEKER,
-? P. W. K KN NEK Ell,
H. T. SURAU,
J. 0. OOUTVENIER,
W. P. RAVENEL.
a F. STEINMKYER,
j. o. SIC WALD.
By order of thc Company.
A T. SMYTHE,
J. W. MoKEXRY. Secretary._may4
pa-AH OLD FALLACY EXPLODED.
Iilrty or forty years ago lt was the fashion to ad
alnlstcr powerful purgatives aa "spring medi?
cines." Terrino doses of salts and senna,
alomel and Jalap, or glauber salts were given to
11 the members of a family, whether sick or well,
iy way of preparing them for thc warm weather
n prospect. This pernicious custom ls nearly ob
oletc. but there are some old Bourbons or private
ire, Incapable alike of rorgettlng anything or
earning anything, who obstinately cling to lt
tiu. Nothing could be more pernicious, more
itterly unphllosopblcal Utan such an onslaught
>n the vigor and elasticity or the system. In
riler to enable thc physical structures to resist
he enervating effects of spring damps und sum?
ner heats, lt should be toned and reinforced, not
claxed and weakened. The best mealclne agent
or this purpose ls HOSTETTBB'S STOMACH
UTTERS. Its effect ls to tone the stomach and
Iver, gently relieve the bowels rrom obstructions,
race the nerves, Improve the quality or the
lood, stimulate the appetite aud cheer thc spir?
es. In this Improved condition the organiza lon
j capable ol resisting unhealthy influences,
rhlch would prostrate an enfeebled system. A
Igorous digestion ls absolutely essential to
.cattii, and there ls no danger or thc stomach fal
erlng or railing In Its Important office If tills ge?
lai vegetable elixir IR taken regularly as a
tomaehic None of the tonie tlnotnres or ex
rads will supply the place of the Bitters, for tho
imple reason that they operate as astringents
nly. In fact, in ordinary practice, five or six
rescriptions would be required to produce sepa
ately the beneficial results which are effected sl
lultaneuusiy aud harmoniously by this single
peel (lc ni a v 0-6 nie
^-SORGHUM WORKS AND REFIN
!RY.-The Works recently put up for tr-e^lllustra
lon or thc process or manufacturing syrup and
ugar from sorghum, and relining, will bo In ope
atlon Tu is DAY, from ll o'clock A. M. to 2
'clock P. M., aud will be continued from day to
ay. All persons Interested are Invited to wit
ess lt. FRANCIS 0. CART. Agent,
apr?Q_So. 32 East Buy.
pa- IF YOU WANT LAW BOOKS,
AW BLANKS and Legal Printing, goto EDWARD
ERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charlea?
ra H?te', Charleston. S. C decl4 flmo*
SAVE MONEY BY HAVING YOUR
EXEOUTED AT THE NEWS JOB
BORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.-?
pa- WEDLOCK-THE BASIS OF CIVIL
OCIETY.-Essays for Young Men, on the honor
nd happiness of Marriage, and the evils and dan?
ers of Celibacy, with. sanitary help for the at
?dninent or man's true position in lire. Sent free
i sealed envelopes. Address HOWABD ASSOCI
LTION, Box P, Philadelphia. Pa.
We have been appointed Agents for the sale or
IHAW'S COTTON SEED HULLER,
MAN?PACT?KED BY THU
"DIAMOND MILL MANUFACTURING CO.,'1
nd offer the same at Manufacturer's Prices,
"eeling assured lt ls what every Planter needs.
Sample or work, Circulars and all Inronuatlon
furnished on application to us.
me of the "HULLERS" to be seen at our Oftlce.
BRODIE A 00.,
Factors and Commission Merchants,
North Atlantic WharL
Charleston, S. C., February 12, 1870.
griotfjiwfl ano jFnrmgljinfl (fltoobs.
\rOW IS THE TIME.
GEORGE LITTLE 4 CO..
No. 218 KINO STREET.
Is the place to rind the largest and best selected
R toe ft of Men's, Youths' and Children's CLOTH?
ING ever ollercd In this market, and at prices to
suit the times. Having determined to sell our
Goods as low as can be purchased elsewhere, we
would respect:ally solicit an examination of our
?.ur Stock of CHILDREN'S CLOTHING com?
prises the latest styles in Linen and Casslmere.
Also a fine and well selected assortment of
GEORGE LITTLE A CO.,
No. 213 King street, below Market.
No. 2 19 KING STREET.
CORNER OF WENTWORTH.
An extensive Bupply of 8PRINO CLOTHING,
made up expressly for the trade of this city, is
now offered at LOW PRICES, the Goods having
been bought since the decline in gout The as?
sortment consists of all New Fabrics for men's
wear, and made up equal to custom work. This
house will continue to deserve thc wide reputa?
tion lt has enjoyed for many yr.ars of "selling the
best made Clothing In the city." In the s took
will bc found'tho following: '
SOOTOn CHEVIOT WALKING COAT SOIT8
Scotch Cheviot Sack Coat Suits
French Batiste Walking Coat Suits
French Coating Walking Coat Suits
Bngllsh and American Melton Goat Suits
Silk Mixed Coat Suits
Plaid Casslmere Coat Suits
Blue Flannel Coat Suits
French, Blue and Black Tricot Coat Suits
Oakes' Casslmere (all Wool) Coat Suits, at $U 60.
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING.
The largest and best assortment In the city, viz:
Walking Coat SUITS, sack Coat Suits, and Paney
Knickerbocker Suits, for ages from 6 to 17 veers,
of Meltons, Silk Mixed, Blue Flannels, Mixed Cas?
slmere, Black Cloths, Ac., of all qualities.
. FURNISHING GOODS.
S, In this department will be found every style of
Under-Garmeuts for men's wear, snob, as:
Gauze, Merino, Lisle Thread, Silk, Cotton and Per
Joans and Linea Drawers
Silk Ties and Bows, Colored Silk Cravats and
French Kid Gloves, Beaver Gauntlets, Silk and
Potent Shoulder Suspenders, Braces, Ac.
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
Introduced by mo in this city twenty-five years
ago, and since thea selUng them to the satisfac?
tion or all purchasers.
aw Prices as advertised m Cord.
Is supplied with French, English and American
COATINGS. Meltons, Batiste, Scotch Cheviot, Silk
Mixed and Cloths, of a variety of shades.
OASSIMERBS or the most wolcot patterns of
the eeasoB, Plaids, Stripes and Plain, which Goods
wtU be made up Vp order, In the well known good
style always displayed at this House, and at mod?
WHITE TURKISH HAREM VESTS,
A new and elegant Garment.
SW Purchasers are invited to call and make
Captain B. W. McTUREOUS, Superintendent.
Hlachincrrj, Castinge, &c.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW PUBNISHINQ THE IM?
MCCARTHY COTTON OIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Of various sizes, on hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Corn Mills,
Sugar Mills, Sugar Boilers and Pans, or all
Horse-Powers and Gm Gearing, from e to lo feet
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, for Hand, Power,
Saw and Rice Mills.
Machinery and Castings of all descriptions made
Particular attention paid to House Fronts and
Castings for Buildings, Gratings, Cistern Covers,
sash Weights, Ac, Ac
WILLIAM a H ENERE Y,
MACHINIST AND 'FOUNDER,
NO. 314 MEETING STREBT,
CHARLESTON, 8. G.
HONIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR A CO.,
CAMERON A CO.,
RXOISEERS, BOILERMAKERS, ?c,
Nos. 4, fl, 8, io AND 12 PRITCHARD STREET,
(Near the Dry Dock,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONARY ANT) PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY DE?
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING.
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS.
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND, TN IRON OR
Guarantee to furnUh ENGINES AND BOILERS
or as good quality and power, and at os low rates,
as can be had In New York, Baltimore or Phils
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
IF YOU WANT THE CELEBRATED
CARTER'S WRITING and COPYING INK
combined, go to
Nc 166 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, 8. C. decli Smos
Unction Salee--?l)is Oar).
By A. C. MCGILLIVRAY, ....
THREE STORY RESIDENCE, WITH
Large Lot, No. 6 Calhoun arreet, nearly
opposite East Bay, at Auction.
Will be sold THIS DAY, the latta instant, nt
ll o'clock, in front of the Old Customhouse.
All that LOT Ol' LAND, measuring 40 roe*
front by loo feet In depth, situate on the north
side or Cqlhoun street, 4th west or Washington
street, together with a finely built three story
wooden Dwc'ling thereon, containing 8 largo
rooms, double piazza to the west, dressing
rooms, pantry, large cistern, kitchen, and ali
necessary outbuildings. Gas throughout Dwell?
Terns-One-third cash; the balance parable m
one and two years, secured by bond arid mort?
gage or the property. Premises to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser paying Auc?
tioneer Tor papers und stamps as usual.
. A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
THE nOME, LOAN AND BUILDING
Associatron vs. Michael Bolger.
Under Decree in Equity in above case, will be
sold Tills DAY, the 12th or May instant, at
ll o'clock A. M., In front or the Old Customhouse,
All that LOT OP LAND, with the buildings
thereon, situate at the south end of Ashley court,
In Queen street, in the City of Charleston, meas?
uring on thc west line 68 feet 6 inches, same OB -
east tine, and on the north and south Unes46feet,
more or less; butting and bounding north on
Lands or L. F. Ashby, east on Lands or-,
south on Lands or B. C. Pressley. a d weat on
Land conveyed to James W. Gray, attorney and
trustee, by G. W. Cooper.
Terms-' ne-hair cash; balance payable In one
year from tiny of sale, secured by bond or pur?
chaser and mortgage or premises. Buildings to
be insured and pllicy assigned. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps. E. W. M. MACK BY,
mayis_S. 0. 0.
A. C MeGILLIVRAY,
HOME LOAN AND BUILDING ASSO?
CIATION vs. Melvin B. Wilbur.
Under Decree in Equity in the above case, wUl
be sold THIS DAY, the 12th of May instant,
at ll o'clock A M., in front of the old Custom?
All that LOT OF LAND, situate on the nerta ,
?rte ot Bogard street, in the City or Charleston,
measuring in front on said street 33 feet 4 laches,
by 115 reet 7 inches.
Together with the Lot adjointng the above,
northwest corner or the rear of the above Lot,
measuring about 30 feet square, together with the
Buildings thereon on both the above mentioned
parcels of Land, as per plan drawn by R. Ki Payne
in April. 1852.
Terms-One-third cash; balance payable In one
year, with Interest from day of sale, to be Beear
ed ty bond of the purchaser and mortgage of Ino
premises; buildings to be Insured and p?ftoy as?
signed. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps.
E. w. M. MACKEY,
m ay 12_a c. 0.
A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
The Home Loan and Building AssoolaMoa
VB. M. W. Cross.
Wilt be sold THIS DAY, the latta of May
Instant, In front of the Old Customhouse, at ll
o'clock A. M.,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the buildings
thereon, situate on thO north aide of Oannon
street, belog 5th lot east of Rutledge street, ia the
Upper Wards, City or Charleston, measuring la
width on the north and sooth Unes M reet, more
or less, and In depth, on the east and west linea,
175 feet, more or less; bounding north on buds
of-Allen, south on can no a street, easton
lands or Peter J. Sires, formerly of Pranola J.
Cobla, and west on lands of-.
Terms-One half cash; balance In one year,
with Interest from day or sale, to be secured by
bond or the purchaser and mortgage of tao
premises: buildings to be Insured and polio/ as?
signed. Purchaser to pay Tor papers and stamps.
E. W. M. MACKEY,
A. C McGILLIvARY,
UNDER DECRE-0 IN EQUITY.
The Home Loan and Bunding AssootaUen
vs. Melvin E. Wilbur.
Will be sold THIS DAY, the 12th or Kay
Inst., In front of the Old Onstomnouse, at ll
o'clock A. M.
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Bull dingi
theron, situate on tho west side of Rutledge.,
street, in tue City of Charleston, and dedgnttedr
by thc No. 62 and tho No. 49 in a plan by R. K.
Payne, Surveyor, dated ?-th November, ISM;
measuring 30 reet front on Rutledge street, 36
teet on the wost Une, 195 reet on the north line,
and 195 reet on the south Hue. Bounding east on
Rutledge street: west on Lam street; north by
Lots Nos. 61 and 48, and south by Lands of B. C.
Terms- One-half cash; balance payable In one
year, with interest from day or sate, secured tay
bond or purchaser and mortgage or the premises;
buildings to be insured and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps.
mayl2_B W. M. MACK KY, aaa
Dy JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
UNDERSHIRTS, FANCY LINEN
THIS DAY, 12th instant, at 10 o'clock, wa wfll
sell at our store. No. 135 Mretlmr street,
Fancy and Brown LINEN DRILLS, Linen Osat
Inga, Black Summer Cloth, White Brilliants, Oot
ton Oassimeres. Oottonades, Fanoy Prints, lima
Denims. Lace Bordered Embroidered Handker?
chiefs, Brown and Bleached Cotton Undershlrta,
Misses' White Hose. Shoe Laces. Corset Laces,
Dotted and Plain Swiss Muslins. Paper and Linea
Fans. Colored Turtons, Dress Goods, Bleach?
ed and Brown Shirting, Lot Bouts, Shoes and
Conditions cash. may 12
By LAU RE Y & ALEXANDER.
STRIPS, PIGS HEADS, HAMS, SHOUL?
THIS DAY, the 12th Inst., wlU be sold before oar
Store, ar IO o'clock,
6 barrels Extra Sugar Cured STRIPS
7 barrels Prime Smoked Figs' Heads
10 barrels Bright Hams.
Just received per steamer champion.
Conditions cash. mogil
Auction Soles- -irntnre (Dans.
By R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.,
-yALUABLE RICE PLANTATION AT
Under Decree In Equity-Lesesne, Trustee, vs.
Nowell, Executors, etsi.
WlU be sold to the highest bidder, at the OM
Post oin ce, in Charleston, on THURSDAY, tnelOtta
day of May next, at ll o'clock,
All that vu i y valuable RICE PLANTATION,
known as "Aukland," on the north branch Sante*
River, Parish of Prince George. Georgetown Coun?
ty, South Carolina, containing four hundred and
nrty-elght (458) acres, more or lass; hutting and
bounding to inc non? on '.Push-and-go" Creek;
west by "Peach Tree" Plantation; south by Landa
of estate John Hume Lucas, and east parity tay
Sante? River and Lands of M. O. Barksdale.
Splendid water laclllties, with Dwelling noose.
Barn. Ac. About 400 acres of the above is River
Swamp Rice Land.
Terms-One-third [H) cash; balance in one fl)
and two (2) years, secured by bonds of puretaaaer
and mortgage or premises, with Interest at tao
rate or 7 per cent, per annum. Purchaser to pay
ror papers, taxes and stamps.
ROBERT 0F1IS0LM, JR.,
apr29 fl th3 Special lloforoo.
E KALB HOUSE,
CAMDEN. 8. 0.
This elegant Hotel, having been recently refur?
nished, and thoroughly renovated, ls now opea
to the public. J. B. WASHINGTON,
A FIRST CLASS HOTEL, European Plan. Loca?
tion unsurpassed, being near UNION SQUABS,
WALLACE'S THEATRE, and A T. STEWART?
New (uptown) Store. Broadway and TwotRta
streets. New York. 0. P. HARLOW,
?yy ASHING TON, D. O.
THE NEW HOTEL,
. BulKJby W. W. Corcoran, Esq.
T. ROESSLE Sc SOW.
FORT WILLIAM HENRY HOTBL,
WILL BE OPENED FOR SUMMER YISiTORS
?y ROOMS can be engaged and plans of Botet
seen at "The Arlington.? Washington, D. a ?
T. ROESSLE A -ON.
mch2i 2mo3 PROFRMTBSJB.