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.Meetings Tbls Day
Carolina Chapter, at 5 P. M.
Survivors' Association, at 8 P. H.
St. Patrick's Benevolent Society, at S P. M.
Washington Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Pioneer Fire Company, at 8 P. X
South carolina Friendly Society, at 8 P. M.
Anet ion Sales This Dixy.
Louis D. DeSaussure will sell at ll o'clock,
at the ole. Postofllce, real estate.
Leitch A Bruna will sell at 10 o'clock, at No. 29
Eayne meet, stock of a wholesale crockery
A. C.- McClllivray will sell at n o'clock, at thc
cid Postorttce, real estate.
Macqueen A Riecke will sell at 9 o'clock, at their
store, shoulders, hams. Ac.
P. B. Lalane & Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at their
store, cow peas; and at half-past io o'clock, on
Kerr's wharf, Irish potatoes.
Henry Cobla & Co. will 3ell at 9 o'clock, at their
store, butter, hams, Ac.
Laarey & Alexander will sell at io o'clock, at
taeir store, rye flour, bacon. Ac.
Tideman, Calder & Co. will sell at three quar?
ters past 9 o'clock, at their store, butter, should?
Steffens, Werner Si Ducker will sell a: 9 o'clock,
at their stores, hams, c?cese. Ac.
John G.% Mllnor Sc Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at
their store", dry goods, clothiug, Ac.
A. H. Abrahams & Sons will sell at 10 o'clock, at
tltelr store, muslins, Jaconets, 4c.
THE CHERAW AND SALISBURY RAILROAD.
Pue annual meeting of the stockholders of this
ccmn&ny will be held at Florence, to-morrow, the
lOtti instant, at 12 M.
THE REVENUE CUTTER RACER.-Captain
Sands has been placed lu command of the Racer
at this port.- The vessel ls now undergoing repairs
under the superintendence ot Lieutenant Travis.
RECOVERED.-A coral neckir.ee, with a gold
locket and cross attached, wa3 recovered yester?
day morning by Officers Davis and Burke. The
articles had beeu stolen from a lidy of this city,
were duly returned to the owner.
THE WHITE SULPHUR SP.IINGS.-Mr. Ernest
Wlltz, well-known as a former member of 'he
press of Richmond, but now the agent of that
famous Virginia resort,the White Snlphur Springs,
ls now In Hie city, staying at the Charles.on Hotel
THE MLITARY HALL_The estimates for the
repairing of this edttlce were opened yesterday
morning, and Mr. C. C. Trameo furnishing the
lowest, the contract was awarded to him. The
regular agreement will be drawn up lu a few
days, after which the work will commence at
CATHOLIC PICNIC-The picnic of the various
Suoday-schoo s of the Catholic Churches tn this
cl*y takes place to day at the Sch?tzen platz, A
special train will leave the Ann street depot at
half-past 8 o'clock A. M. and take the young mer?
rymakers to the avenue of the Platz. The tickets
of Invitation will pass the bearer to and from the
grounds on the raHro.d. The Platz ls o ce of the
most suitable ami convenient places that could
have been selected for the picnic, and the pleas?
antest of holidays may with reason be anticipated.
^I'AYA?L STORES C?RCULAR.-A circular show?
ing the receipts and exports of naval atores at
this point for the year ending March 31,1371, has
been published by Mr. Chas. F. Levy, naval stores
broker or our city. The receipts for the year were
15,659 barrels spirits turpentine, 83.734 barrels ro?
sin, 450 barrels tar, 300 barrels pitch, 14,300 bar?
re's crude turpentine. There ls also a table show?
ing the range or prices for this period on spirits
turpentine and the various grades or rosins.
Spirits turpentine was as low as 33c. and as high
as 50c. per gallon.
THE CONCERT ia aid of the building fund of
fae St. John's Lutheran Sunday-School takes
place this evening, at the Freuadschaftsbnnd
Hall. The two parts Into which tne programme
is divided exhibit an array or tasteful selections
which will at once attract the eye of the musical.
The choruses are a specialty at th? Freundschafts
Lund, and with the cultivated sopranos, whose
services have beer secured far the occasion, the
entertainment wlh be a treat in its way. Go early
and secure a seat. Tickets may be had at the
bookstores, and at me door of the hall on the
evening of the concert.
DRUNKEN OUTRAGE.-Ben Loyd, colored,
and Jerry Berry, white, while in a state of intoxi?
cation, broke Into a ho :se at the corner of Church
and Oh limers streets, oa Sunday night, and Ina
few moments raised a royal row, cursing and
nghthig. Severhl of the detective farce came lu
and tried to arrest the drunken couple, who made
a furious resistance. Loyd Isa powerful fellow,
and befare he could be secured, gave two of the
officers severe blows on the head. The pair were
fishily arrested, and, being brought before the
Mayor, Loyd was sentenced to pay a One of $10
or spend twen'y days m the House of Correction.
Berry got off with a tine of $5, or an alternative or
CLUBS AND STARS.-Mary A. Duncan, a col?
ored girl, lodged far supposed Insanity, was re?
ferred far examination to the city registrar, who
confirmed the supposition.
A white man picked op on the sidewalk in Mar?
ket street at ll o'clock Sunday Bight, was sen?
tenced to pay a due ot Are dollars or go to the
House or Correction far Ave days.
Edward Matthews, lodged far being drunk and
disorderly, was sentenced to pay a due of ave dol?
lars, or go to the House of Correction for five
H?nry Williams, colored, arrested far being dis?
orderly an-l using very obscene language on the
street, was sent io the House or Correction for
APPOINTMENTS BY T?E GOVERNOR.-The fal?
lowing appointments and changes are announced
at the Executive Department: G. R. Whitndgere
Sigas tue position or trial justice at Mount Pleas?
ant ; J N. Broughton, ot Clarendon, has been ap?
pointed notary public, and also trial justice, vibe
Jared Warley; T. J. ruacKey and \V. P. Hague, of
Richland, to bc notaries public; A. Bnruch and J.
G. Catlin, trial justices for Darlington Couuty; J.
E. Tindall, jury commissioner for Clarendon Coun?
ty; Joel A. Schr?ck,coroner far Kershaw County;
A. W. Geiger, jury commissioner far Lexington
County; Samuel W.Maurice, or Williamsburg, no?
tary public; James M. Brawley, of Chester Coun?
ty, audltot. vice John Lee, re-igned.
*IN THE HARDWARE BUSINESS.-Some time on
Sunday night a daring marauder hroke Che large
glass window In front or Messrs. Btssell A Co.'s
hardware establishment, on Meeting street, and
attempted to carry off the various articles exposed
therein. The window was defended by a wire
railing, and the thief, with the aid or a crooked
stick, gathered all the articles in a heap near thc
hole. At this staae or the process, he seems to
have beeu interrupted, far thc articles were
found as described, but not one missing. This
daring attempt was made in one or tue most
public and frequented thoroughfares In the city,
and ye- the villain escaped detection at the time,
and has not yet been arrested.
MILITIA PARADE.-The First Regiment N. G.
9. C. turned out yesterday far Inspection and
drill. The line was farmed about 10 o'clock, on
Broad street, the companies averaging about 4(
mrn. After the formation was completed, th?
battalion, commanded by Colonel W. N. Tatt
marched down King street to the Battery, thenc<
to East Bay. np East Bay to Market street, throng!
Market to Klug street, thence to ;he vacant lot a:
the foot of President street, where the regimen:
was exercised In battalion drill. The parade pass
ed ofl quietly; everything fine as a fiddle; bn
there WHS an aching void universally felt. The re
glment was orphaned, ia not having its leather
major on hts famouB gray to complete the picture
and without bim the parade was like playfo
Othello without the presence or the dusky Moot
The echo everywhere resounded : " Where li
THE LADIES' MUTUAL AID AS?
The fifth anniversary of the Ladies' Mutual
Aid Association was celebrated, at their reposi?
tory, In Chalmers sTeet. yesterday afternoon.
Arter the reading of the Scripture? and prayer,
the flftfc annual report o? the association was
read by the Rev. W. H. Adama, it showed the
affairs of the association to be In a promising con?
dition in May, 1ST0. the association was free
from debt, with a balance cn hand of $137 23, io
which was added the valuable contribution at the
last anniversary meeting of f 62 50, from Mr. A.
Sullen, of New Orleans. This amount was after?
wards largely increased by subscriptions which
fell due, and were collected xv tiie board of mana?
gers. In July the association contributed largely
to thc relief of numbers of our countrymen who
had migrated to Brazf!, and were returning
in a destitute condition, and furnished
much ready-made clothing' at half the
oost price. In May, June and July an average
weekly report of $25 wa9 obtained from the sales?
room of the Garment. Society, which enabled tlte
association to defray its expenses. In the latter
part of October a donation of $200 from Messrs.
A. Gage & Co., and of $41 Cifr-Ju: the president or
the former Udies' depository, enabled lt to re?
sume the general distribution of work among the
needy. At this time the offlce o' ward distribu?
tors were discontinued, and since November the
work ha* been given out every Monday morning
from the Depository. During the year 1519 pieces
of work have been completed for the sales-room
aud to order. The dispensing of work ls the chief
aim of the association, and lt is in a ralr way of
accomplishing its object. In February, 1871, the
stock of goo l-, reduced to make preparations ror
the spring supply, was valued at $747 15, walch
value ls kept steadily up by the goods sold one
week being replenished the next. A good supply
ls now on hand, tb which the attention of the
public is invited. The report concludes as fol?
In addition to tho donations already mentioned,
we receive' in ?the month of March, through a
member or the board, $100 from "A Friend," in
Charleston. Also, at various times several small
er amounts from one to tweu.lv dollars in value.
To Mr. H. F. Baker, our sincere thanks arc again
due, for his generous supply of coal throughout
the wiuter. And t? rhe proprietors of the Courier
and DAILY NEWS we desire :o tender our ac?
knowledgments for many services rendered.
Our librarian reports" about seventy volumes
taken out tiiis year, the remuneration Tor which
wu's very sm?ll. Application having been made
m tue b ard to allow the turnares of the WI tows'
Home, Broad street, thc gratuitous use of the
library, at the Depository, the request was giant
ed on condition that, i he matron or the "Dome" !
would hold herself responsible for the 6afe return
of the volumes.
For the consideration of the members of the as?
sociation, and those who may be Interested in Us
progress1, we subjoin a condensed account of the
receipts .md expensas i-f the past yea- .
The amount of money received m:o the treas
nry from Mav, 1870, to May lStJ, ls as follows, v.z: I i
Balance in hand May 1st, 1870. $187 28
subscriptions. o io 85
Donations. 440 55
Salesroom account. S41 64
Amount disbursed within the same fe
Leaving a balance in hand of. 54 12
The Rev. W. H. Adams thea addressed the as?
sociation In a most fervent and eloquent manner.
WORTH SEEING AND KNOWING.-Mr. T. J.
Mackey, In a public communication, says he ls
now In Columbia "on a simple visit of curiosity,
to survey the Budden opulence of certain of my
Republican bretlirea in the State Government,
and to discover. If possible, that royal road to for?
tune which many of them haye trodden so suc?
cessfully.'' - . '. -
A FEW MORE LEFT.-The tickets for the
great famous land sale have nearly all been dis?
posed of. There are, however, we learn, a few
left, and these should at once be secured, aa t-he
drawing will soon come oil, mid lt will be too
late then to wish that you, too, had entered che
magic ring. Our readers will remember fpra
paltry dve dollars they may get a tine rarm. rv a
handsome prize In hard cash, or, at thc very
most, au elegant chromo, worth fully Ove dollars.
Mr. J. Russell Baker ls an authorized agent.
PREPARING FOR THE CONTEST.-Many ol the
steam engine companies called meetings last
evening, and are preparing by a little quiet prac- | ?
lice co insure a good run lu the comlug celebra?
tion. The Germans turue.l out in force, auu
their splendid steamer tliuudered along East Hay
In a manner which announced hut work OH the
17th Instant. The programme enables all to have
a fair showing. Activity and skill will have a
good uart in deciding thc victory. The.compa?
nies are requested toband in the weight or their
respective engines, on er b-fore to-morrow, to
thc committee on arrangements.
UNITED STATES OOURT, MONDAY, Sm.-HON.
GEORGE S. BRYAN - PRESIDING-In the District
Court, an exeneretur was. entered with the coa:
sent of the district attorney upon the recogni?
zance of the defendant, James W. Grace, charged
with a violation af the election laws.
Christopher alias Kit Moultrie was arraigned
aud ti led on the charge of studing the ballot-box .
ht Brick Church. Verd ct not guilty.
The Circuit Court resumed the consideration of
the case of the Willlman's Island Phosphate com?
pany vs. thc Marine and River Phosphate Mlulng
aud Manufacturing Company, and thc argument
of thc Hou. W. D. Porter in favor of the complain?
ants, for a temporary injunction, was heard up to
the hour of adjournment.
DEATH OF MR. N. HUNT.-This highly es?
teemed citizen expired yesterday, after a long
Illness, at his rc.-ldcuce In Anson street. Mr.
Hunt wus originally from the North, but residence
here for a loag number of years had Idem Hied
him wltli the basin ess ommuuliy of Charleston.
Ile came to this suite nearly forty years ugo, and
was for a long time a clerk in thu snoe hnuse of
Nathaniel Cooper, so well known In years gone
by, at the comer of tyuen und Kinn streets. Mr.
Hunt afterwards started in the shoe business
tnmseir, and of late years lias been principally
known to our busiut-ss men as a com mission mer?
chant In this line. He was held iii high esteem
.ia our business c roles, and leaves a large num?
ber of friends to mourn lils lo;.-, ills fuueral wftl
tate place this afternoon, at his late residence,
Anson-street, at half-past. 4 o'clock.
SUPREME COURT, COLUMBIA, MAT 6.-The
court met at io A. M. Present, Asoc?ate Justices
Wi'dard and Wright, . .
S. C. Hinton, administrator, vs. Sarah Kennedy
et al and W. R. A. Thomas et al vs. John W. Kelly
et al, were continued uy conseut.
R. B. Gordon et al vs. Sui ton uold -M ulug Com?
pany. Mr. Cl twson resnmed his argument for
appelants. Hr; smith was beard .for res oon?
da nts. Mr. Thompson for appellants. Mr. Wilson
Tor respond-tus. Mr. Brawley on sajue side. Mr.
dawson h reply fuwippellants.
. ohu R, Welsn, respondent, vs. John N. Davis,
appellant. Mr. Moore was heard for -appellant.
Mr. Allison fur respondent*. Mr. M?hre for appel?
lant In rep y. .
James JU Beti vs. B. S. Wheeler. Snbnilt'ed o:i
motion of Mr. Brawley to dismiss the appeal.
Ai JP. 1.'. the court adjourned uutil Monday,
8th, when thc Seventh circnit will be called.
A BARBAROUS OUTRAOH.-Yesterday uiorn
iug, at half-past 3 o'clock, John Mitchell, a molal
to. about twenty-five years of ag?, entered the
house of a gentleman lu (Elizabeth stteet, and
forcing the bolt, of the door., entered the bedroom.
The gentleman had gone ont but a law minnies
before, and left his wife alone In'bed, with a
lamp barning upon the table. As the burglar en?
tered the room she called -to him, thinking lt was
her huBhand, returned* for something. WKnout
answering, the rutilar, sprung upon her in the
bed, and placing one hand over her mouth, seized
her with the other around the throat. At this
crisis a desperate straggle ensued, and the lady
succeeded In giviug several screams. Her brutal
assailant now struck lier several blows lathe
mouth and face, and att' runted to free himself
from lier despera:e ho'd. He sncceed?d, and
made his escape, leaving jil*hat behind, bat not
before* the lady bad Identified him, Th?juatter
waaspeeduy reported at the detective ?ffle?, .and
Mitchell was ?o<m after arrested by Omeers Davis
and Hurlee. This assault had evidently been care?
fully planned. ?nd was attempted as soon as the
husband had departed from thc boase. Thc In?
tent of the burglar ls best known to himself". In
explanation of his conduct, he now pleads that
he was drunk ut the time.
The annual meeting; of the lotholders of
Maguolia Cemetery, waa hold at 1 o'clock yester?
day, at the hall of the South Carolina Loan and
Trust Company. Dr. R. Lebby was called to the
chair and Mr. E. N. Thurston requested to act as
secretary. The minutes of the last meeting were
read and confirmed. Mr. Sebrlng, president of
the Magnolia Cemetery Company, presented the
To Vie LoiJiolders of Magnolia Cemetery:
At your last annual-meetlnc the board of direc?
tor-i bf the Maguolia Cemetery stated that no
efforts would be spared to have the grounds en
closod. They have now the satisfaction to report
that this has been done by a neat and substantial
picket fence, and the geueral appearance of the
grounds has been mach Improved during the pas:
Owing to the numerous complain madeby lot
holders or depredations committed b v the taking or
plants and Bowers, the board determined to close
the gates on Sundays, and allow no person to
visit the grounds on those days oxeept those who
had tickets. The superintendent reports that the
effect has been to diminish complaints and the
security of the grounds enhanced.
It would be very desirable and tr the company
had the means to rebuild the lodge at the gate
they would recommend that the same regulations
which have been found necessary to adopt at
Greenwood and Mount Auburn Cemeteries be
adopted, viz: not to allow any person to visit the
grounds, at any time, without'first obtaining a
ticket from the office in the city.
The expense of maintaining and Improving the
grounds the past year has been very large, under
the limited receipts or sales . or lots, walch
ampunis rrom the 1st May. 1870, to the 30th April,
1871. to $1717 50-100, one-arth or which, $343 50-100,
ls subject and ready to be paid over to your b ard
or trustees, to be added to the lotholders' penna-'
(signed) EDWAR., SEBRIKG,
President M. C. C.
The following resolutions were unanimously
Resolved, That the information Imparted in the
annual report or the president and directors ot
the Magnolia Cemetery Company, In relation to
the recent enclosure or the grounds and the re?
strictions imposed upon visitors on the Sabbath
day, ls peculiarly grateful to the lotholders.
Resolved, That the Magnolia Cemetery Com
pany are respectfully and earnestlv solicited to
perfect, at the earliest practicable moment, such
addiilonal arrangements aswllleuee.iually secure
rot-that hallowed spot the respect and considera?
tion which, for grounds similarly consecrated,
ivery civilized community Imperatively demands.
Resolved. Thar as the fonds or the companv are,
it this time, inadequate to the cost orercciinga
porter's lodge, contributions In aid of that ob?
ied are Invited rrom mose who desire to see
:arrii-d Into effect the recommendations embraeed
n the foregoing r?solutions. ' . .
Resolved, Tnat the Magnolia Ceraeterv Compa?
ny be requested to close the gates of the Cerne
:ery at as early a day as in their Judgment they
may deem practicable, and to admit visitors
inly on tickets "Issued bv them, anrt that a porter
ie kept at the gate to answer all calls.
Mr. William C. Bee, chairman or the board of
irustees, read the auoual report of the trustees,
tvnich was adopted.
It was then moved ti go into aa eloctlon for
ive trustees to serve for the ensuing year, and
he following .gentlemen were elected : william
D. Bee, Dr. F. M. Robertson, George W. Williams,
Edward N. Thurston and Henry E. Young.
On motion, the meeting then adjourned.
ROBERT LEBBY, Chairman.
E. N. THURSTON*, Secretary.
FORGERY.-A dispateh Irom Coiumbia to an
?veulug city paper gives a rumor that a highly
respectable boot and shoe dealer, in Columbia
nas forged acceptances on drafts to the amount
Dr about $5000.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC-A large and fashion
lble audience as crabled lase evening at the i
Academy,"and-showed their appreciation of the 1
?xce?lent performance la continuous rounds of ,
ipplause. The sprightly Chapman Sisters and i
'heir ponderous comedian never appeared to more
Advantage, and the amusing comedy of "Check
mate" kept the audience In high good humor,
Unding veut not uufrequentl7 In a hearty laugh.
Bishop, ns Sam Winkle, more than maintained
his reputation as a Hist class comedian, and his
iron personation ol the British swell was Irresis?
tible in provoking a laugh. The artistic poses
md consentaneous, twiu-like movement of
Messrs. Cooper and Fields lu their double song
iud dance met wita their usual hearty reception,
ind the audience could hardly be satisfied with
)nee/wo)>. lu the afterpiece, the burlesque or
Fra Diuvolo, rich in cos'tume and knobby with
mus or the most fearful description, the varied
alen ts or the company were folly displayed. In
;hc ope "adc characters thc troupe were perfectly '
U homo. The principal performers were wellsus
talued, ?iud the piece went off In capital style.' To- 1
night the attractive opera or Kenilworth will be 1
.riven, to be followed by the anti-dyspeptic Taree
or My Precious Betsy.
MEMORIAL DAY.-The anniversary of this 1
sacred day, which has been se; apart by oar cit! - 1
zens as a brief season in which to pay a tribute
ot our love and reveren-.c for our noble dead, ls
?as: approaching. The celebration ls one to
which all who reel the slightest Interest can easily
contribute, and which ls peculiarly under the do- 1
main of the ladles of Charlestou. Flowers and
wreaths arc ali that ls asked for to dec* the
(raves of valiant men, who poured out their
blood like water In a durant State, in the cause
of their homes and II resides. There are few who
cannot, by a little exertion", famish, a contribu?
tion In the way or decorations, ami ir all do but a
little, the prepara-ions will bc amply sufficient.
Wreathe and Chaplets are principally desired, and
those who have flowers to spare are reque-ted to
Bend them to the.hall or-tue Ladles' Mutual Aid
Association, lb Chalmers street.
LADIES MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION*.
We are requested, by the committee of ladles to
Btate that they will have the use or the express
wagons to morrow, between thc hours or 9 and ll
o'clock. They therefore respectfully request con*
tnbutlons or dowers, garlands aud wreaths, to bo
left before9 o'clock A-M. on 'he lOih lnstant,-at
th? following places : East Bay-Mr. O. Middle?
ton, Mr. F. J. Porcher and Mis. Wigfull. Meeting
street-Dr. Sralttic, Mr. H. Griggs. Depository,
Uhalraer street, LCIiapIn, Dr. Uorlbeck, Mri Z. B.
Oakes, and Mr. S. Y. Tupper. King street-Rev.
Dr. Fi>rrest. Mr. Lacnssalgne, Mr. Von-Sauten,
Holrais's Book Honse, and Air. Knobeloch. Le?
gare street-Mr. Adger. Rutledge street-Mr.
Roob, Dr. Bachman and Miss Wagner. They also
sollclt-cotitrlbutlons or evergreens attheDepusl
tory In Chalmers street lo-day, and will be grate
lui for the lu lp or any ladles who may lind lt cou
veuieut to meet with and assist them In making
up the wreaths and garlands.
ii V S X N K S S SOT ICM 8.
DON'T FOROKT THE GRAND CONCERT, this eve?
ning, at Freundscliartsbund Hall.
FINE HORSES FOR SALE.-We direct atten?
tion to the advertisement, lu another column or
this morning's NEWS, or tine hor.-es for sale, both
Baddie ?nd draft, as also One work mules, at tlie
M dis House Stables. Those in need or such stock
ah mid apply carly, as Mr. Graham ? ill have
many customers. ^
NEW YORK LEDGER, WEEKLY, SATURDAT
NIUIIT and FIRE SIDE COMPANION, six cetitsa
coi7, at No. Ut King street. mayo
PlIOTfKrKAPU ALB CMS CUKAl'ER TUAN EVKK !
?a Velvet aud Leatucr blndluas, 75 cents; o'd
nrice so cents, lu Velvet and Leather eludings,
vi cents; old price $1. tn Velvet and Leather
bindings, fl: oid price $1 25. lu Velvet and Lea?
ther bindings, $1U0; old price $1 50.
HAS?L sr. BAZAAR, AND N'O. 161 KINO ST.
ENJOY a delightful musical treat at Freund
scharisbuud Hall to-night.
LADIES, have you seen this week's Chimney
Corner, with the mammoth Fashion Plates I
Price ten ceuts. HASEL Sr UK ET BAZAAR,
may3-4 And No. lei King street.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Oflice
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
easiness cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous
and. Send yow orders. Every merchant, and
easiness <nan should have his card printed ou
Go EARLY to the Concert this evening and
secure a seat while it may be had.
BILL HEADS printed on flue paper at $3, $4,
$5, $6 50 ind $3 50 per thdusand, according to
size, at THE NEWS Job Office,
THOSE wnp fail to attend the Concert thia
e'venlng wil! fall to enjoy the finest treat of the
THE ATTENTION OF WATCH-BUYER3 is called
to our large stock of Waltham Watches. These
Watohes ha?e been long known throughout the
United States a3 the beK and cheapest In the
market. Ai', watcltes guaranteed.
W. CARRINOTOX A CO.,
marlo _ No. 266 King street.
CROQUET ! CROQUET ! ! CROQUET ! ! '-Im?
mense reduction In price ! The largest Field
Croquet at $4.
HASKL STREET BAZAAR AND NO. 161 KINO ST.
PARCHEESI : PARCHEESI !-A royal game of
India. BASEL STREBT BAZAAR,
aprto And No. lei King Street.
ATTENTION, TOURISTS.-Stereosaopic views
or Charleston and vicinity, at No. 161 King street,
or at the Hasel street Bazaar. .' n.0vi2
O T' S P E I N ff S ,
BATH COUNTY, VA.
This renowned" Watering Place will be opened
for the reception of Visitors JUNE 1st.
Its waters are celebrated for their curative vir?
tues In the treatment of various diseases, such as
Chronic Rheumatism, Gout, Torpor of the?Liver,
Chronic Enlargement of the Liver or Spleen,
Ohroulc Diarrhoea or Dysentery, Non-Organic
Para,-sis. Old Injuries, Affections of the Skin,
especially of Syphilitic origin, Chronic Diseases of
the Uterus, Ac.
The Baths vary in temperature from 860 to 110?
Board $3 per day, $20 per week. $75 per month.
Telegraph Office at the Hotel.
Prof. J. L. CABELL, M. D., of the University,
Va.. Resident Physician.
S. C. TARDY A CO., ( prftnP,?rr,ra
TIIOS. R. PRICE A CO.. j Proprietors,
may9-tuthslmo _Richmond, Va.
"y?THITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
GEEENBRIER. WEST VIRGINIA.
These SPRINGS, famom for their alterative
waters and fashionable patronage, will be open on
the 1st bf Jane. They afford accommodations for
The cars of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
ron to the Springs. Excursion ticket-, at low
rates, will be rurnlslied in the principal cities,
S'orth and South.
These Spring* are'200O feet above tide water,
ind the climate in which they are situated ls al?
ways cool and Invigorating, affording entire relief
from prostrating summer heat.
Professor Rosenbergers excellent Band will be
In attendance to enliven the Lawns and Bali
Masquerade and Fancy Balls during the season,
An extensive Livery will be kept at vary mode?
cn Altores, $3 per day, and $75 per month of 30
days. Children under 10 /ears of age and colored
servants bah* pr?fe; white servants according to
Pamphlets In reference to the MEDICAL value of
the water, BOUTES to the S >rings, Ac, may be
had free of charge at the Charlesum Hotel and at
Dr. C. P. AIMAR, corner of Ring.and Vander
horst streets. GEO. L. PEYTON A CO.
rjIHE HEALING SPRINGS,
BATH COUNTY VIRGINIA,
w-ii be opened on the 1st of June. They are ac?
cessible by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad,
from Mtitboro', depot, twenty-three miles, hy
stages crossing the Warm Spring Mountain, and
passlcg the warm and Hot Springs; or from
Covington depot, sixteen miles over u One turn?
pike of easy grade, passing la full view of the
celebrated Failing Springs, and the splendid
scenery of'Jackson's River.
Board $3 per day; $20 per week; $75 per month,
or $60 per month for two months or more. Chil?
dren under ten years, and colored servants, half
Telegraph office at the hotel.
M. H. HOUSTON, M. D., resident physician.
B.-M. .QUARLES, Agent.
DUNLOP A MCCANCE, )
Huon W. FRY, J Proprietors.
A. T. STOKES, ) maj9-tuthslmo
Ulai cl] t's, JtnDchrrj, &c..
AT PRIVATE SALE,
AT AND BELOW COST,
In order to accommodate Ladles and others
tvho have been unable to attend the auctions held
aluhtly, at the store of W. G. WU1LDEN A CO., In
Ring street, corner ot Beaufalu street, the auctions
it this store will be suspended during the week
commencing MONDAY stn Instant.
Thc store will be open EVERV DAY DUR'NO THE
WEEK, at usual business hour.s, when the entire
remaining stock of Jewelry, China, Glassware
and Fancy Goods will be offered at private sale
at and below cost.
.Ladles are especially invited to call and exam?
ine the stock.
N. B.-The wholesale. Stock of CROCKERY; Ac,
of W. O. WHILDEN A CO., at No. 26 Hayne street,
will bc offered at auction, commencing TUESDAY,
<>th Instant, at 10 A. M. may6
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
NOS. 605 and 567 BROADWAY, N.'Y.
STERLING SILVER, FOliKS AND SPOONS
In quantity, at ,
$1 75 GOLD PER OUNCE.
These Goods are pronounced superior In beauty
or finish, and greater la variety of pattern, to any
Table Ware manufactured.
A LAUGE STOCK OF
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Sljiris ono ir ur ins lung ??oo?s.
SCARFS AND TIES.
THE MARQUIS OF LORNE
THE RUCBY CRAVAT BOW.
COLLARS AND CUFFS.
LO! THERE DISRAELI
CLUB HOUSE CLUB HOUSE
A Fresh Stock of Fine Fur?
nishing Goods of all kinds, at
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM
MBET'NQ STREET. OPPOSITE MARKET.
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
NORTH ATLANTIC WBAR?.
-p R. D AU ER,
NO. 3 9 9 KING STREET,
PIANO TUNER AND TEACHER OF VIOLIN,
FLUTE AND GUITAR,
Respectfully Informs all music loving people
that he has always 011 hand a fine assortment of
VIOLINS, GUITARS, Flutes, Fifes, Drums, Flo?
tillas, German aud French Accord?ons, Music
Boxes, Strings, Self-binding Mu?to Pollos, Munie
Paper and Blank Books, and over ave-hundred
Songs and Pieces of Hitchcock's Uve and ten
cent Music for the Piano.
All sorts Ot MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS RE?
Country orders for Piano Tuning attended to.
Orr) ?oo?e, Uz.
A FULL LIVE OF
PUNING DRESS 'GOODS!
PIQUES, WHITE GOODS,
SETS OP COLLARS
SEAMLES8 AND JUGLA
AND OTHER VARIETIES OF GLOVES,
SUITABLE TO THE SEASON. A LARGE
SUNSHADES AND PARASOLS !
ALSO, A VARIETY OF
LACE SHAWLS !
GRENADINE BA RECE AND.
? ? ,_.td
No. 263 KING STREET.
A ? G A I NS!
LADIES' AND CENT'S HOSIERY".
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT 4 CO.
are onerlng fall regular made COTTON HOSE 25
cents per pair, value 40 cents.
An extra superflue Cotton Hose at 50 c?ntB per
pair, value 75 cents; also, a large supply of Bai
brig?n and Lisle Hose, Gauze, Merino, Cotton and
Lisle Underwear, at corresponding prices.
RIBBONS ! RIBBONS I RIBBONS !
In ali shades and widths, at greatly reduced
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
NOB. 244 and 437 King street.
JIURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.
Are offering the largest and mu?: important and
cheapest stock of
HOUSEKEEPING AND HOUSEFURNISRTNG
that has ever been offered In this city.
600 dozen One Hack and Damask TOWELS
from $1 to $4, value $1 25 and $5. Each dozen
will be found -20 per cent, lower than similar arti?
cles at any other establishment in the city.
Napkins only $1 25, worth $1 50. '
Dollies only 75 cents, worth ll.
50 pisces White Tiques only 18 cent?, w- ith 25
50 pieces White Piques ODIJ- 25 cents, worth 30
cents. ' *
200 pieces White Marseilles 35 to 75 cents, value
so cents to $1.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
Are Offering 50 pieces BLACK SILK GRENA?
DINE, which have been bouarht for cash from thc
manufacturer atagreat sacrifice, and will bc Bold
at 75 cents per yard, worth
We would also state that we have reduced"our
entire and well selected stock of DRESS GOODS
AND SILKS to srflt. the present times.
Lace Shawls from recent Importation .In large
: variety at Importers' prices. . -' -*
J?UECriGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
Are^ offering 5 cases or 4-4 SHIRTING at 10 and
12>? cents, value 12J$ and 15 cents.
2 cases or io 4 Bleached Sheeting 37K and 40
cents, value 50 cents.
100 rolls or White and Cheek, 'Matting Will be
suki for the next fourteen days.
4 4 White at. 27 and 30 cents.
4-4 Check at 33 aud 35 cents.
Oil Cloths are constantly on hand Jn all widths.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT <fc CO.,
No. 244 Klug street, lu the Bend.
oct3l No. 437 King street, corner Calhoun.
tailoring, ihtrnisl)ing ?cobs, Uz.
No. 325 KING STREET,
Have just opened aa entire New Stock of
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac,
for Spring and Summer.
Our Clothing is a very large and tine selected
siock for Men, Youths and Boys. Irom $s io ??0
per suit. The largest, portion ls or Imported
goods and manufactured by ourselves; weean,
therefoiv, recommend them as regard flt, wear
OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
ts supplied with the fines: selection of FOREIGN
AND DOMESTIC CLOTHS, DOESKINS. DIAGO?
NALS, TRIOOTS, MELTONS, CHEVIOTS, CASSI
MERES, Ac, and a very large stock of the most,
fashionable Pant and Vest Patterns, which we
will make up to order by measure in the latest,
styles. Ttie foreman lu this department, of our
business has no equal lu thc artistic world for cut?
ting and producing an elegant flt.
.This department ls supplied wi;.h tiie celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Foreign and llomesric Under?
shirts and Drawers, Silk and Thread Gloves. Linen
and Paper Collars, Neckties, Bows, scarfs, Pocket
Handkerchiefs, Socks, Umbrellas, Ac.
Our stock has been selected wiih great care,
and pricos marked very low tn plain figures.
Buyers in oar line will dud it to their advantage
to gt ve us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Wc have In Stock and will always keep an as?
sortment or GOATS' THREAO for sale at New
, York trade prices. JOHN G. M ll. NOR ? CO.,
I rebll-atntuemos No. 135 Meeting street
. Glnrtian Sales- STIjis fllarj. -
By PAUL B. LALAlfE & CO.
WILL BE SOLD THIS DAY, BEFORE
our Store, No. 171 East Bay. at o o'clock
60 bushels Prime Cow PEAS.
Conditions cash:__ _maya
Cy PAUL B. LALANE & CO.
WILL BE SOLD THIS DAY, AT HALF
PAST 10 o'clock, on Kerr's Wharf,
207 bbls. Peach Blow POTATOES,
In prim? order, and In lots to suit purchasers.
Conditions cash. maro
By HENRY COBIA & CO.
BUTTER, HAMS, BACON, ?fcc.
TO DAY, at P o'clock, in front of *ur Store,
we wiU sell,
60 tubs BUTTER
6 tierces Sua ar-Cured Hams
1500 lbs. Prime Dry Salt Shoulden
looo lbs. Prime i aeon Sides
5 linds. Prime Bacon Shoulders
Cheese, Soap, Ac, Ac.
Conditions cash. maj 9
MACQUEEN & K?ECKE
WILL SELL BEFORE THEIR STORES,
Nos. 21 and23 Vendue Range, THIS DAY,
at 9 o'clock A. H.
10,000 pounds Sugar-Cured SHOULDERS
10,000 pounds Plain Bacon Shoulders
5000 pounds Sugar-Cured Bacon Strips
5000 pounds Sugar-Cured Canvassed Hams
10 tierces Choice Canvassed Hams
60 bbl-. Choice Super Flour
3000 pounds Plain fugar-Cared Hams
100 kits Nos. 1 and 2 Mackerel
2000 pounds Dry Salted Shoulders
60 dozen Damaged Buckets.
Terms cash. ? may 19
By LAURE! & ALEXANDER,
RYE FLOUR, BACON. GROUNDNUTS.
THIS DAY, the 9th instant, will be sold in
front of oar store, at io o'clock,
10 barrels RYE FLOUR
15 bat reis B. A. Flour
500 Bacon ?trips '
50u Shoulders and Sides
10 bags Groundnuts
Bluter, Lard, Cheese, Herrings
Salmon, Paper, Ac, Ac.
Conditions cash. _ may9
By T1EDEM4N, CALDER & CO.
BUTTER, SHOULDERS, SUGAR, ?fcc.
THIS DAY, authree quarters past 9 o'clock,
will be sold before our Storo,
50 tubs Prime Old BUTTER
20 tubs Choice New Butter
10 hhds. Prime Shoulders
20 bbls. N. O. Sugar
2000 lbs. New Yor-. strips
15 boxes Soap
- is bi'xes Chocolate
30 boxes Pickles-quarts and pints
100 boxes Herrings.
Conditlous cash. may9
STEFFENS, WERNER & DUCKER
WILL SELL THIS DAY, BEFORE
their Stores, on Vendue Range, at 9
200 S. C. HAMS
500 S. c. Strips
10 bbls. S. c. Pig Shoulders
20 boxes Factory Cheese
20 bbls. Pork
15 bbls. No. l Mackerel
io libas. Bright Smoked shoulders,
By A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
THIS DAY, 9TH, AT 10 O'CLOCK, WILL
be sold in our store, No. 133 Meeting street,
An assortment nf WHITE AND COLORED MUS?
LINS, Handkerchiefs, Jaconets, Summer -and
Italian Cloths, Black and Colored Alpaca, Linens,
Braids, Summer Shawls, Ho-lery, Ac, Ac.
By JOHN ?- MILNOR & CO.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ?fcc.
THIS DAY, 9th instant, at half-past 10
o'clock, we w.lt sell at our .-tore, No. 135 Meeting
Fancy and Mourning PRINTS, Kentucky Jeans,
Bleached and Brown Linen Drills, Cottonsdes,
Ginghams, Blue Drills, Denims, shirting Stripes,
Ticks, Jaconet. Swiss and Cross-bar Muslin, Nain
saok, Tuck Shirts, White Piques, Bleached and
Brown shirting. Tuck Sktrtlng, Bedspreads,
Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, and Sundries.
An invoice assorted CLOTHlNo4 Undershirts,
Conditions cash. mayo
Clothing ano ?-nrmsl|ing ?OO/J?.
I> ti l?fSfS SUITS.
- ?-- .
CANES AND UMBRELLAS.
TRUNKS t5? TRAVELLING BAGS
OF THE ABOVE HOODS IN THE
AND AT PRICES TO SUIT.
J. H. LAWTON ft CO..
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILD 1X1?.
glR JAMES CLARKE'S "FEMALE PILLS.
These PILLS have long been used both in Great
Britain and-thia country, and are the beat bf their
kind In the market.
Forsale by DB. H. BARR,
opr22 .No. 131 Meeting street.
&art?m Salte-ec?ji?i Atop.
By W> T. LEITCH & R. S. BRUSS,
POSITIVE SALE UND EE FORECLOS
?RE of Mortgage.
Will be Bold THIS MORNING, 9th day of Hay7'
at No. 29 Kayne street, running through to No. 62
Market stree;, at 10 o'clock, and continued frota
day to day until the entire stock ls disposed of,
The lartre and well assorted STOCK of Messrs.
Wm. G. Whltden & Co., consisting In part or:
Domestic and Imported WHITE GRANITE 0.0.
and DIPPED WAKE, In whole packages and tn
small lots from shelves.
Varied Stock of GLASSWARE. Lamps and Lamp
Fixtures, Ac, Ac, and such articles as are nsoaUy
r?um ln a first-class whotesale Crockery Empo
Parties desiring catalogues wUl make appllca
tton*at No. 29 Hayne street.
Terms cash. Goods packed at customary rate?
by experienced packers. may?
. By IO?IS D. DeSAUSSURE.
STORE No.- 84 EAST BAT.
THIS DAY, the 9th Instant, at ll o'clock A?
M., will be sold near the Old Postofflce,
AH that LOT OF LAND, with the three story
Brick Tenement Store thereon, situate at the
southeast corner of East Bay and Cordes
street, and known by the No. 84 East Bay street,
measuring 23 feetjfl Inches front by 687eat deep.
The property ls ander lease until 20th Decem?
Conditions cash. Purchaser to pay for papen
and revenue stamps._mayfl
- By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
THIS MORNING, 9ta DAT OP MAY, ?T
at il o'clock A. M., win be sold near the
Old Postofflce, Broad street,
AU that LOT OF LAND, With the BRIOK STORR
thereon, known by the No. 7*. situate,
lying and being on the east side of East
Bay street (a few doors north of the Post*
office,) in the city of Charleston, in the State .a
aforesaid, measuring and cony laing m front,
twenty-nine (29) feet six (6) Inrriss, and la depth
one hundred and nineteen 0-19) feet, more or leas;
batting and bounding to the north on fands now
or late of E. H. Locke, ta the south on lands of the
estate of Condy, to the east on lands late of Rhett
I- Robson, and to the west on East Bay street
Terms cash. Purchase' to pay for. papers and
By A* C. MCGILLIVRAY,
TTNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
U John Drayton and Thomas H. M. Drayton
vs. John Hargrave.
wai hespid THIS MORNING, the 9th day of May
next, In front of the Old Customhouse, at ll
o'clock AM., -
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Boldings
thereon, situate at the corner or Norman street
and Ashton court, in the City of Charleston,
known by the No. 48, In a plat of R. K. Payne,
Surveyor, dated 19th of April, 1852; measuring
and containing on front and hack Unes 35 feet, and
in depth from east to west loo feet, more or less.
Butting and hounding east on Norman street,
south by Ashton court.' west by Lot No. 47, and
north by Lot No. 49, in above described plat.
Terms-One-half cash; balance payable in' one
year-, to be secured by bond of purchaser and
mortgage .of premises; bandings to be Insured
and -policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for pa?
pers and stamps. E. W. M. MACKEY,
aprl8-tnls2,may9_8. 0. 0.
By A. C. MCGILLIVRAY,
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
John Drayton and Thomas fl. M. Drayton,
vs. John Hargrave.
Will be sold THIS DAY, the 9th of May, in
front of the Old Customhouse at ll o'clock, A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, situate at the corner of Norman street
and Ashton Court, in the City of Charleston,
known by the Number 48, In a plat of R. K.
Payne, Surveyor, dated 19th of April, 1852. meas?
uring and containing on front and back lines 85
feet, and In depth, from east to west 100 feet,
more or lass; butting and bounding easton Nor?
man street, south by Ashton Court, west by lot
No. 47, and north by lot No. 19, in above de?
Terms-One-half cash; balance payable in one
year, to be secured by bond of purchaser and
mnrtgatre of premises; buildings to be inst red
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. E. W. M. MAO KEY,
may9 _8. 0. 0.
Unction 5ales-~? ntnre Dane
AT AUCTION.-WLLL BE SOLD, ON
THURSDAY, nth Inst., at the Old Postof
L'ce, Broad street, at ll o'clock,
Two-story HOUSE AND LOT, No. 87 Tradd
street, with outbuildings. Lot 28 feet front by 105
feet d', ep.
Terms-One-third caen, balance In one and two
years, secured by bond and mortgage of the
premises, with Interest: property to be Insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay J; F. M.
for papers and stamps._may9
By WM* McKAY.
TO-MORROW, AT 10 O'CLOCK, WILL
be sold at No. 140 Meeting street,
The FURNITURE of a family removed for con?
venience of sale, consisting ef Handsome Rose?
wood Parlor and Bedroom Sets, one 7-octave
Rosewood Piano, one Melodeon, double bank,
with 5 stops, Extension Dining Table, Marble Top
Centre Tables, Brussels Carpets, English Damask
Curtains, Crockery. Glassware, Fine Table Cut?
lery, Kitchen utensils, Ac.
One Handsome DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, con?
taining 9 Stones.
N. B.-Sale to take place In second story. Place
reserved for adtes. , may9
?oots, SfJOCS, Ut.
ir~~T 1 C E~
THE "STAR" BOOT AND SHOE STORE
OPENS THIS DAV,
NO. 442 KING STREET, EAST SIDE, BETWEEN
HUDSON AND JOHN,
.(BELOW DR. LUHS'S DROO STORE.)
Customers can depend apon our Gootte being
Sold cheap, as they are Bonght for Cash, and our
motto is -Quick Sales and small Profits."
W. B. BURKE. W. C. CHAPMAN & CO.
mny8-6 ' - _
TgOOTSf SHOES AND -TRUNKS.
r.cceivlne .als dav per Steamships Georgia,
from New York, Full River, from Philadelphia,
assorted Invoices of FINE BOOTS A ND SHOES.
In addition to the chotoe selection always in
stock l keep those OABL'ii SCREW WIRE WATER
Sold Cheap at 'EDWARD DALY'S,
mar22 * No. 121 Meeting street.
Bv Fall River Steamship from Philadelphia tai
day 1 am receiving a fresu supply ot those Gent's
Hand-Sewed Magic Fitting FRENCH CALF
BOOTS. With much time and labor, I have the
same for Bovs and Gents.
inar2t!_No. 121 Meeting street.
rjpo THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
P?ea?e Inform the numerous readers of your
paner that the AMERICAN GAITER, Patented, or
th? Situe or the Future, ls a success To supply
tue demands of the Trade, another Invoice to-day
nv Kali Uiver, from Philadelphia.
Said by HOWARD DALY,
marttt No. 121 Meetlug street.
CABLE SCREW WIRE,
AS .v'FVSrF.N'IN'G FO RH EA VT
BOOTS ANT) SHOES,
Has proved superior to either Thread or Pegs.
For ali the lighter grades of work it ls equally ap?
plicable, ami the most delicate ladles' slipper or
thf il e.?t pump-soled boot is more pliable, more
durable, and preserves tts shape better, if fastened
(ME SCREW WIRE.
Tin- c Popular Goods arc sold by Deal?
ers ??very where., dprio-lmo.
Pianos, (Organs, Ut.
No. 191 KING STREET,
Importer and Dealer lu
PIANOS, CABINET ORGANS, SHEEP VISIO,
STRINGS. Ac, AC.
?W Tuning and Repairing promptly attended
to by HENRY YOUNG._mar2S-tuth83mo*
1845 PURELY MUTUAL. 184&
NEW YORK LIFE
18 4 5.Organize d..1 84ft
General Agent, No, 54 Broad street.