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Meeting? This Day.
Carolina Dramatic Club, at S P. M.
Marlon Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
Palmetto Guard" Rifle Club, at s P. M.
Franklin Lodge, at half past ; P. M.
S". Andrew's Lodge, at S P. M.
Committee or Steam Fire Companies, at 9 P. M.
German Fire Company, at 8 P..M.
Vigilant Fire Company, at s P. M.
Stonewall Fire Company, at 9 P. M.
Tioneer Fire company, at hajf-past 8 P. M.
Anet iou Sales This Day.
Leitch i- Bruns will sell at 10 o'clock, at No.
29 Hayne street, contents of a wholesale crockery
Wm. McKay will se'l at io o'clock, at his store,
R. M. Marshall ft Brother wu: sell at hair-past
io o'clock, at their office, horse, cow, Ac.
Miles Drake wUl sell at 10 o'clock, at his store,
looking glasses, clothing, Ac.
CRUMBS.- Skiff ,& Gaylord's Minstrels prom?
ise to appear in this city shortly.
The public market ls to be whitewashed.
LICEXSE3.-The collector of internai reve?
nue gives notice that the special taxes for the
year ending April 30,1S72, must be paid on or be?
fore the 20th Instant.
A MASS MEETING of the Republican party
will be held at the Military Hall, (his evening, at
8 o'clock, for the purpose of electing a city cen?
tral committee. See advertisement.
THE*VIRGINIA TO SAIL FRIDAY; MORNING.
This superior Iron steamship will sall for Phila?
delphia on Friday morning at ll o'clock, for the
accommodation or the shippers or potatoes and
PAID UP.-Mrs. Anna Louisa Eliza Buck, of
this city, acknowledges (in the Deutsche Zeitung)
the receipt of $looe cash, the amount of the life
Insurance policy or her husband, Ltder Buck,
lately deceased. The money was paid her by Ma?
jor Franz Melchers, agent for the Germania Lire
Assurance Company, of New York.
SAILING or THE IRON STEAMSHIP SOCTH
CAROLINA.-This superior passenger ship pro?
ceeded to sea late last evening, with a very large
cargo, being nearly full, and a fall list of passen,
gers. The consort steamship Georgia ls appoint?
ed to sall on next Tuesday afternoon from pier
No. 2 Union wharves.
FREIGHT FOR BALTIMORE.-The fine steam?
ship Sea Gull, Mr. P. C. Treuholm agent, left this
city, yesterday, for Baltimore, with a valuable
general cargo, among which were early shipments
of tomatoes, cucumber*, squashes, beans, Ac.
The tomatoes were grown on the rarm of Mr. Wm.
Sayere, Christ Church Parish, and are considered
GREENVILLE CITY CLUB.-We are indebted
to the gentlemen of the committee for a kind In?
vitation tn the costume hall, to be given in Green?
ville, on Thursday, May ll, In celebration of their
anniversary. Mr. Frank Cole-is the president of
the club, and Messrs. W. E. Easley, Alex. McBee,
Jr., M. Perry, S. A. Townes, John MarsbaM and
Japes. A. McDaniel, compose the committee of
REAL ESTATE SALES.- Yesterday morning,
at public auction, Louis D. DeSaussure sold :
Lot No. 84 East Bay, at the southeast co. ner of
East Bay and Cordes street, with a three Btory
brick tenement store', twenty-three and ahab feet
Ln front by flfty-elgnt feet deep, fdr $4000 cash.
Lot No. 74 ?> the east side of East Bay street,
a few doors n .h of the Postofflce, with a brick
store twenty-nine and a hair feet in front by one
hundred and nineteen fee"- deep, for $6500 cash.
THE SECOND PRESBYTERIAL CHURCH.-At
the anniversary meeting ot the corporation of the
Second Presbyterian Church, held on Monday
evening last, the following officers were unani?
mously re elected to serve Tor the ensuing year:
Colonel C. H. Simonton, president; A. McD.
Brown, treasarer; G. L. G? Cook, secretary, In
place of J. Adger Smythe, Esq., who declined a
re election. Standing Committee-C. N. Averill,
C. P. Frazer, H. T. McGee. A. McD. Brown, J. N.
Robson, E. E. Sell.
LADIES' MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION. -At the
late anniversary, meeting of this association, the
following officers were unanimously re-elected
to serve tor the ensuing year:. Mrs. a. A. Trea
holm, president; Mrs. John Forrest, vice-presi?
dent; Mb-s W. T DeS lussure, secretary and treas?
urer. Board of Managers-Mrs. H. W. Conner,
Mrs. J. S. Snowden, Mrs. Thomas Smythe. Mrs. C.
A. DeSaussure Mrs. Wm. Ravenel, Mrs. C. P. Fra?
zer, Miss Ramsay, Miss Brown, Miss Campbell,
Miss Ann Robertson, Mrs. J. K. Robinson, Mrs.
Wm. Adger. Ailsa Sewell. Miss Susan Adger, Mrc.
Jtf?n Lafitte. Mrs. H. F. Baker, Mi'". Joseph Black?
man, Miss R. T. Holmes, Miss Anna Simpson,
Miss E. J. Wagner, Miss Charlotte Smith, Mrs. C.
S. Vedder, Mrs. C. H. Simonton, Mrs. D. E. Huger,
Mrs. Sarah Lee, Miss L. Horlbeck, Mrs. John Mar?
Cr.rJkfc AND STARS.-A- Rauco, lodged lor
being drunk and disorderly in a store at the cor?
ner of Queen and Meeting streets, was sentenced
to pay a flue of $5 or spend Ave days in the House
or Correction. .
Thomas Fay, tor the same oflence in Chalmers
street, was visited with a similar sentence.
John Mitchell, lodged tor entering a house in
Elizabeth street on Monday morning, and assault?
ing a lady therein, ls held tor examination.
Jos. N. Mahe, arrested on the charge or deser?
tion rrom the ship Dauphin, ls held tor examina?
tion, subject to tiic Freuch Consul's order.
An aged colored woman named Ann Marla ap?
plied tor lodgiugs, and her destitute condition
being brought to the attention or the Mayor, she
was sent to the Old Folks' Home.
ROBBERT AT TUE CHARLESTON HOTEL.-On
Sunday last William T. Smoot, au employee at
the Charleston Hotel, was set to work cleaniug
out the safe In the office, which contained sundry
valuable papers, and among ot: er things a pock?
etbook with two hundred aud seventy-five dollars
la lt, deposited by a boarder. Soon after Smoot
had finished the work, the gentleman called for
his pocketbook, and on its being handed to bim
he found lt had been tampered with and eighty
five dollars in currency abstracted. Smoot was
subsequently seen with a large amount ol money
ii lils possession, and this, with the other suspi?
cious circumstances, led to his arrest. He was
brought before Trial Justice Levy yesterday arter
noon, and altera thorough examination or the
case committed to jail to await his trial tor grand
larceny at thc next term of the Court or Genend
THE HOT SPRINGS, BATH COUNTY, YA.
There is hardly a State In the Union that has not
someplace of resort. Virginia ls rich .u such re?
sorts, clustered around mineral waters, which
stand, some of them, the highest rn the civilized
world for tu? ir remedial qualities. Prominent
among these are the Hot Springs, In* Bath Coun?
ty, Va. It ls a very favorite watering place. Toe
baths vary in temperature from seventy-six to
ene hundred and ten degrees Fahrenheit. The
thermal waters are not to be excelled. Professor
J. L. Caben, of the University or Virginia, :s thc
resident physician. This celebrated watering'
plac?is situated in the Warm Sprlnas Valley,
twenty miles from Millboro, and eighteen miles
from Covington, on the Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad. These spriugs are wlthtu an easy
day's journey or the principe,! summer resorts in
the mountains or Virginia, and occupy an al?
mos'central position among the gr-mp or mine?
ral BprlngSi which must at no distant day be?
come the great watering places of the American
continent. Not quite two miles from the hotel is
the celebrate! Flag Rock, on the top of the Warra
Springs Mountains, at an elevation of about two
thousand feet above the ievel of the set. Visitors
will find the Improvements at this place new and
la good style, and the accommodations very su?
perior. See advertisement elsewhere.
BY MR3. M. J. PRESTON. OF VIRGINIA.
Past, the ciask and clang of battle
. Past the terrors, trials. fears
Past, toe deadly roar-and rattle.
Ye: we meet in tears.
Not a shoat of exultation .
Breaks the sobbing silence deep;
On the death day of a nanon.
Is lt strange we weep ?
But the homage sad we rendpr,
Softens with a proud relief,
And a solemn joy and tender
Mingles with our grief.
Oh. tue heroes wrested from us
Have not lived and died in vain :
For their memories1 bow of promise
Spans our years o' pain.
Countless eyes have conned their story
Countless hearts grow brave thereby;
Let ns thank the God o? Glory
We had such to die '.
Where had been the Church's honor,
When the overwhelming Hood
Of her foes rushed fierce upon her,
But for martyrs' blood?
Where the lofty acclamations.
O'er the wrench of turaldom^s chain ?
Where the grandeur or the nations,
Bnt for patriots slain ?
Shfjl we then rn sad procession
Heads low bowed upon the breast
Only bring oar tears to freshen
Graves where heroes ri st t
Rather lay the rose and laurel.
Glad with dew above the sod
Learn their lives' majestic moral,
Walt and trust lu God 1
This day is one of unusual interest to every
son and daughter of Carolina. The ladles of the
Memorial Association have succeeded, after en?
countering many obstacles and difficulties willah
would have dl3courag?d any but the brave and
loving hearts composing that association, lu col?
lecting the bodies of those heroes who fell for
them at Gettysburg, and who. for so many long
years, have slept so far from the land of their;
birth, and in bringing them home, where, day by
day, their living loved ones may visit the spot
where they lie, and where, year by year, living
hands may tenderly and reverently deck their
graves with the grateful tribute oriaurels, wreaths
and rr.t grant flowers. To-day the lot ol ground
at Magnolia, devoted to the Confederate dead,
will receive the remains of elg'aty more sons of
South Carolina. We trust that our entire OOT.
munlty will assist in t he sacred ceremonies. We
wenld respectfully suggest that all places o' busi?
ness be closed at 2 o'clock, and that the sch jls
be dismissed at an early hour, so that ; 'I may
have an opportunity to be present.
We have been rurnlshed with the rollowlng pro?
gramme or the day:
Wagons will start from South Bay, at 9 o'clock
A. M., ror thc purpose of collecting wreaths, gar?
lands and flowers, calling at Mr. 0. Middleton,
South Bay; Major F. J. Porcher and Mrs. Wigrall,
Bast Bay; Dr. Smythe, Mr. H. Griggs Mr. L. Cha
pin's depository, Dr. W. C. Horlbeck, Mr. Z. B.
Oakes and Mr! S. Y. Tupper, Meeting street ; Rev.
Dr. Forrest, Mr. Lacassagne, Mr. Yon Santen,
Holmes'* book-house and. Mr. Knobeloch. King
street; Mrs^ WHIIam Adger, Legar? street; Mr,
Robb, Dr. Bictituan And Mr. Wagner, Rutledge
street, and at the Depository, Chalmers street.
The South Carolina Railroad trains will leave
the Ann street depot at 3:20 and 4 P. M. Return?
ing, will leave Magnolia at 0:40 and 7:30 P, M.
The Northeastern Railroad trains will leave
the depot la Coapei s reetat 3:30 and ? P. M. Re?
turning;, will leave Magnolia at 6:40 and 7:15
Tickets for the round trip 25 cents; children 15
cents, and may be procured from Walker, Evans
A Cogswell and Joseph Blackman, Broad street;
Dr. Panknln, Meetin.r street; F. Yon Santen and
the book stores or Messrs. Fogartlo, Russell,
Holmes and Boinest A Martin, King street, and
from any member of the committee at the de?
The chairmen can procure badges ror their com.
mlttees by calling at the Depository this forenoon.
The members of thc railroad committees will
please report to their chairmen at the depots, at
half-past 2 P. M.
The City Railway Company will run oars on ihe
King street line every Ave minutes previous to the
departure of the trains, commencing a' 2 o'clock.
Thc red cars running on that tine will be designa?
ted bj white flags. ' . ..
omnibuses will al-o leave the Line street fermi
nns ever.' ten minutes.
Boxes will be placed as usual at the entrance to
the cemetery lor all rree will offerings.
OKDKK Or EXKKC1SES.
Prayer, by Rev. DR, Badman.
Singing or an Ode composed for the occasion.
Address, by the Rev. Dr.*Girardeau.
Reading of a Poem prepared ror the occasion.
Singing or an Ode on the return of the Gettysburg
Filling In or the Graves or the Carolina Dead rrom
Decoration or tue Graves.
The exercises will begin at half-past 4 P. M.
Members "or committees win please lend their
' assistance in preserving order on the ground, and
ra keeping visitors from entering thecemetery
lot during thet.xerelse?. ZIUMKRMA?* DAVIS,
Chaira in .Committee Arrangements.
THE CATHOLIC SUNOAT-SCHOOLS of the' city
were largely represent d at the picnic held yes?
terday at the Schutzenplarz. Over one thousand
persons were cm the grounds and the day passed,
as pleasantly as the most ardent lover of run,
rroiic and frosh air could desire. A new reature
was Introduced that accorded well with ha name
or the spot selec'ed for Che picnic. A target wa
erected and shooting from the stand waa almost
as lively as durlug t ho ?ate rest. Tho prize Tor the
best st:o: was a gold-headed walking cane, elabo?
rately ornamented. A number or shots ranged
near thc centre, and Mr. James Riley was award*
ed the prize, lie having made his shots closer to
the bull's eye than any of his competitors.
ROYAL ROW AT A PICNIC-A BLOODY Fleur
-LIST or THK WOUNDED.-Ou Monday last a pic?
nic was given by some of our enterprising colored
citizens, at the well known Giobs's farm, in the
suburbs of tho city, on Ashley River. TlieTlne- day
attracted many a vlsitorTrom the dusty city, aud
a pleasant tune generally was experienced by all
until the afternoon. At this time a large party
arrived at the ga te, and among them a gentle,
mau or color, with a lady Utto o;i his arm. The
admission price of fifteen couts was paid by tue
masculine member of the roupie; but- his goalie
companion attempt d io enter with her beau, re?
gardless of this essential part o? the performance.
Warm words ensued; the outsiders crowded up;
the quarrel grew animated, and an unlucky push
from somebody against somebody cse precipi?
tated a royal row lu a moment the whole ma-s
was engaged in a general rongli and tumble tight,
aud a babel of shouts, curses and screams emmed.
The men roiled over in :.'ie dirt, grappling, some
drew knives, and the adjoining fence soon ;ur
uislied clubs to ti:?.' unarmed. With these they
waded in, and lusty blows fell thick and faa:.
The crow.i was, fortunately, sc ja erne I together,
that these terribie weapons could not bc aa-.-,; to
Tull advan'age; bnt no such obstacle prevented
the free play of knives and fists. At an early
stage of the tls'iit, a message was sent, to the Cp
per Guardhouse by some of the peaceably in?
clined, ami a strong detachment of the police
were speedily, ea route ror the scene or action. As
soon aa their approach was discovered, Hie cry of
police was i?l?ed, and.'awed by tilt common foe
the combatants, by mty.ua! consent, pa rt td, aud
took to their hce'.s. ur the thirty-five mea en?
gaged, not one could bo captured bj the police on
the ground, and the detachment left soon after,
perfect quiet having been restored. Among the
wounded, our reporter obtained the names of the
following: Hairy Baker, a fisherman, who was
hideously disfigured, his lower lip having been bit?
ten clea-i off.- Wm. Holmes Jiad a tremendous swipe
with a razor or slurp knife across Iiis back, and a
cu: on the head, mid George McCoy had a deep
and severe cul on the head. During the evening
several or the parties engaged were arrested on
warrants Issued by Trial Justice caulfield, and
lodged In jail. They aro held for examination.
SUPREME COURT, COLUMBIA, MAT 8.-The
court-met io-A. M. Present, Chief Justice
Moses and Associate-Justices Willard and Wright.
Thomas L. Baggetr, plaintiff In error, vs. Allen
Barnsdale, defendant in error. Appeal aban
doued. . . .
James Robb and Charles T. Lowndes, trustees,
pla ntlnX Vs. John Parker, -defendant.- On mo?
tion of Mr. Rhett, ordered to be docketel.
Joseph Crews, et al. ads S. S. Farrar A Bro. Mr.
Sullivan was heard for appellants. *Mr. Simpson
for respondents.,- " *
THE ACADEMY.-The entertain?ent at the
Academy last evening was one of peculiar excel?
lence. My Precious Betsy was as amusing as
ever,and Mr. Bcmtall's domestic infellcltle-i-pro?
voked frequent shouts of laughter from the audi?
ence. Messrs. Cooper and Fields were, as usual,
heariliy encored, and only escaped after twice re?
peating their song and dance. KenJiworth Was
given with tue usual gorgeous appen lages of cos
tome and scenery. As Amy, Miss Ella, was never
prettier or more-vivacious, and her duet with the
graoeful Earl. Miss -Blanche, was loudly applaud,
ed. The bulky personation of tue vtrgta 0.aeen
kept the audience ima roar to the endl The sup?
port was good, and the whole play went off ad?
mirably. To-night will be tho last chance afforded
to the Charleston public bf witnessing one of the
finest comedians of the age.
THE ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL
CONCERT.-The Freundschaftsbund Hall was
crowded last evening with a-large and fashiona?
ble audience, and the lovers of music turned out
en masse to enjoy the entertainment In store for
them. At au early nour every available seat In
the hall was occupied, and when the performance
be?an few could obtain standing roora. Tuc dir
fleult'pleces, vocal and Instrumental, selected for
the occasion were ab executed in a manner teat
redacted credit upon the taeteand cultivation of
the performers, and afforded infinite satisfaction
to their delighted hearers.
Where all was so well arranged and carried out
it would be well-nigh Impossible to draw distinc?
tions. The ladies who so kindly contributed their
skill and ability met with most appreciative com?
mendation, and were ably seconded by the culti?
vated and practiced voices of the gentleman who
participated In the exerdS'-s. The Sasngerbitad,
as usual, acquitted themselves most handsomely,
and closed the programme with the stirring war
song of the Fatherland. "Die Wacht am Rhine."
The concert was a great succe-s, and drew out a
splendid rep rosen "at iou of the musical talent of
UNITED STATES COURT, TUESDAY, MAY 9
H OK. GEORGE S. BRYAN PRESIDING.-in the
Circuit Court, Gallaway Girardeau, plalntltr, was
ordered to'tile with clerk spuirity for costs, In
the sum of iso, within thirty days, and on falling
to do so, the case to be dismissed. The defen.
dam. Faust, was allowed the ususal time to de?
mur and plead, after such security had been put
in. . . ' .
The case of J. Newton Lewis, executor, vs John
J. McClure, was marked settled.
lu Ute District Court, Frank Allen, arraigned
and tried for voting more than once, was found
guilty, aud sentenced to three months' imprison
ment, and to pay the costs of the projection.
A nol. pros, having been entered in the case of
Charles S. Brown, charged with intimidating
voters, the prisoner was discharged.'
The following spebinl jury were ordered to re.
turn on the nth inst., all the rest being discharg?
ed: D. A. Wardlaw.'Ed. England, N. Field6, S. D.
Shannon, H. G. Du ?los, F. Lance, F. M. Johnston,
A. E. Cohen, Dr. John B. Irving, James H. Col.
burn, Jonathon Lucas, J. B. Wilson, Supernume?
raries, J. J. M malian and J. E. Hertz.
The assignee of J. N: M. Wohltmann, bankrupt,
was orde red to pay to E. PolnclgnOn $412 51, for
rent due the petitioner from the bankrupt's
Hotel Arrivals-Hay 0.
W. W. Stockton, Canada; Alfred A. Post,
wife, in/aut and nurse, .GeorgeJ. Mlnglns, New
York; Mrs. J. f. Druryea, Brooklyn' J. B. Dibble,
Geo. W. Dibble, New York; Geo. Brayton, Nor?
wood, N. J.; A. C. Niven, New York; Geo. A. Rlch:
mond. Mrs. N. S. Ruggles, Miss M. Richmond;
Miss F. Richmond, Newport, R. I.; Miss M. Par?
son, Miss Lily: Parson, Boston; Miss M. E.'Rich?
mond, Mks W. F-Gardner, Newport, R. 1.
CHARLESTON HOTEL. -
E. B. Cooke. Richmond; John Eaton. Jr:, Wash?
ington. D. C.: F. W. Walsh, New York; Miss Carrie
Smith. Mississippi; J. A. Foster, South Carolina;
A. Salcedo, New York; W. F. Brittain, Wm. B. Co?
t? el, Wm. Wilkins, Edward Pugh, J. E. Beattie,
New York; Mr. Geddings. A. J. White, Macon; W.
Holcomb, H. W. Dixon, Hartford, Conn.; T. D.
Me ormack, Georgia; Mrs. H. B. Scott, W. 0. N.
Scoit,'Baltimore: T. P. Branch and wife, Augusta;
J. C. Trumplett, New York: E. 0. Simpkins, lady
and servaut. K. P. Daniel, Florida-, U. P. Hyde,
Colombia: Mira Ober, Massachusetts; Thomas EL
A.:Luryea, South Oauoliua; W. T. Blautln, -Wll
>*mlngton; f.' C. Bry?n.'Savannao; M. L. Jones,
Northeastern Railroad; W. F. Baker, Frank B.
Fielding, Colum''ia; IL H. Pierson. Philadelphia.
it usia ii s s s o r ? v e s.
JUST OPENED, a good assortment ol'Apron
Linens, Linen Drina, Linen Checks, Summer
Tweeds and Cashmeres, at low prices, at
mayio-wfm.3 STOI.L, WEBB A CO.
THIS is the season of the year when the sys?
tem-should, be thoroughly purged of the humors
which create disease. There ts' no purgative or
cal harlie so mild and efficacious as Helm hold's
Grape Pills, cau-dng neither uauseanor griping
pains-as ls the case with the ordinary cheap
patent pills of Hie dav, most of which are com?
posed of calomel or mercury, and carelessly pre?
pared by Inexperienced persons. After thorough?
ly purging the system, use Belmbold'S Extract
sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier, and ihey'
will insure new life, new blood and renewed vigor.
NEW YORK LEDOER, WEEKLY, SATURDAY
NIOUT and Fi RR SIDE COMPANION, six cents a
copy, at No. l?l King street. may3
BEST BRANDS In Longcloths just opened at
mayloTwfiu3". t .STPLL, WEBB A Co.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS CHEAPER TOAN EYER ?
in Velvet, and Leather bindings, 75 cents; old
..price 90 cents, lu Velvet and Leather bindings,
v> cents: old ?pri?e SI. In Velvet aud Leather
b:ii i'u?s, fl; old price $l 25. In Velvet and Lea?
ther bindings, $120; old price $1 50.
HAS KL sr. BAZAAM, AND** >. 161 KINO ST.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
:s now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
ousiuess cards printed thereon, at 14 pej thous?
and. Send your orders. Every marchant and
nasiucss mau should have his card^priuted on
Sn.I. il ?ADS printed ou due paper at $3, $4,
?5, ic- 00 nid .?8 50 per thousand, according to
size, at Tes NKWS Job Office.
A SPLENDID lot ol' Pique, for Dresses, just
tn.ty.i0 -7.-rm3 STOLL WEBB & Co.
THE ATTENTION OF WATCH^-BOYERS is called
to our largo stock or Waltha a Watches. These
Watches have been tong known throughout the
United States as the be-<t and cheapest in the
market. All Watches guaranteed.*
W. CARRINGTON t Co.,
ru ur 13 So. 258 King street.
CROQUET ! CROQUET ! ! CROQUET ! ! !-Im?
mense' reduction in prlc?. I The iargest Field
Croquet at $4.
HASEL STREET BAZAAR AND NO. 1(11 KINO ST.
PARCHEESI! PARCHEESI!- A royal gutaeof
ludia. HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
apr2o And No. ici King Street.
.ATTENTION, TooRiaTs.--Stereoscopic views
of Charleston and-vici?ity,.ac-So. ioi King street,
or at the nase'i street Bazaar. '" novio
MORE OV THOSE cheap Colored Mullins, at
12>i cents, WARRANTED TO WASH, just opened at
maylO-wrm-3 STOLL, WEBB A Co.
Watches, JeUttlrri, Ut.
AT PRIVATE SALE,
AT AND BELOW COST,
In order to accommodate Ladles and others
who hare Ueen unable to attend the auctions held
nightly, at the store of W. G. WHILDEN A CO.. In
King street, corner of Beautain street, the strettons
at this store will be suspended during the week
? commencing MONDAY. 8th Instant.
The store will be open EVERY DAY DURING THE* |
WEEK, at usual business hours, when the entire
remaining stock of Jewelry, China, Glassware
and Fancy Gooda will be offered at private sale
at and below cos*.
Ladies are especially invited to call and exam?
ine the stock.
N. B\-The wholesale Stock or CROCKERY, Ac,
of w7 G. WHILDEN ts CO^ at Ko. 28 Hayne street,
wm be offered at auction, commencing TUESDAY,
Qth Instant, at 10 A. M. m_y6
pLNE JEWELRY, WATCHES, tc.
THE LATEST STYLES.
-Particular attention is Invited to the NEW,
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND F ANGY GOODS,
I suitable ror Presents, Jost received and opened.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
Ali the newest and most exquisite designs in
SETS OF PEARL GARNET, ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE.
Leontine, Opera. Neck and Vest CHAINS; Seal
Rings, Diamond Rings; Gent's Pins, Pearl and
Diamond; Plain Gold and Wedding Rings always
? on hand or made to order; Sleeve Buttons and
Studs, Bracelets. Brooches and Earrings; A.rmlets
and Necklaces, In Gold and 'Coral; Brooches for
Hair or Miniatures. Lockets. Charms and Mas?me
Pms, Glove Bands, at
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET:
A rew doors above Wentworth street.
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 565 and 567 BROADWAY, N. Y.
STERLING SILVER FORKS AND SPOONS
In quantity, at
$1 75 GOLD PER OUNCB.
These Goods are pronounced superior in beauty
of finish, and greater la /arlety or pattern, to any
Table Ware manufactured.
A LARGE STOCK OF
WE D D I NG SILVER
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Qb ir ts ano garnishing fetaoos.
SCAEFS AND TIES.
THE MATELOT .
THE MARQUIS OF LORNE
THE RUGBY CRAVAT BOW.
COLLABS AND CUFFS.
LO ! ' THERE DISRAELI
CLUB HOUSE CLUB HOUSE
. ; AND
A Fresh Stock, of Fine Fur
mshing Goods of all kinds, at
$ TA R S H-I?T . CTfjUSO fti?f lvr
ME ETI NX STREBT, OPPOSfT^aRgSTr '
- ?T-h? ?nWirafioTiB^:: ?
ST s ci? L"Tfo^^-?p?'-t5?.
; FOGA-RTIE'8 BOOK DEPOSITORY. S* '
Wc, ?are oOermg greaf 'inducements tcBooi;
bayera. Tue whole of oar large and ch ?ce-CO'..
[ lee ti on of Books, consisting of: i . ;.": ?K,
THEOLOGICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS.
SUNDA Y- SCHOOL LIBRARY BOOKS AND .
' m JUVENILE. RUOKS, -
hlave bee? rearranged ana matked rdrrw,a'.iff ac?
cordance with tl ie- reduced- prices ot Northern
I jjubUanera. . . . '' '. -m. :.
ii Waffler for the next SIXTY!)AY*, the further
inducement ct A LIBERAL DISCOUNT an ali pjrr
I -Chases Of Books amounting to F* VE DOLLABS
and upward?, our STOCK, OF BOOKS, cuniiatsW
all toe latest and best editions of STANDARD AKD
.NEW PUBLICATIONS. .. -
' .* 'OCR' JD rENI LE DEPARTMENT
ls particularly rich lu-good buqfcs for. the yoong.
We h?ve recently made large additions toaur
stock of BIBLES.. Thc pri?es ave greatly red need.
.Weare BOW orre ring ah unusually large vari? ty-of
English and American Family Bibles, rocket
Bibles, and the Episcopal Prayer Book, at ex?
tremely low prices.
We are Special Agents ror several Sundny
School Publishing Houses, aud have on hand sup?
plies ol their publications.
All varieties of STATIONERY, and a full assort?
ment Of SCHOOL BOOKS.
Our Store ls so arranged that visitors can ex?
amine the stock at their leisure, 'the price of each
book is marked so as to afford purchasers every
a?- Persons residing in the country will please
beac in mind that by sending their orders to us
ror any books published in America, they will be
charged only the price or the book. We pay foi -
the postage orexpress.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 2?0 KING STREET (In the Bend,)
marl4-tutl)s Charleston, S. C.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 76 BARCLAY ANO NO. 222 GREENWICH STREETS,
Reaeivers of Green and Dried FRUITS, Truck and
all kinds of Farm and Garden Produce.
Our location aud facilities for selling Fruits and
Vegetables are unsurpassed In New York.
Circulars and Marking Plates sent free to Ship?
pers. All correspondents and questions cheer
REFERENCE.-C. H. Lilienthal, Tobacconist.
JJEEVES, BROWN & VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IK ALL KINDS OF
DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
Ia their season.
NOS. 162 and 103 CENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET,
REFERENCES. -S. A. Lambert, with Adolph
Nimitz, commission and Forwarding Merchant,
No. 209 East Bay, Charleston, S. C. apm-Hnos
EPORT OF THE
IN CHARLESTON, VS THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON TFE
29TH DAY OF APRIL, 1871.
Leans and Discount?.$700,611 41
Overdrafts.... 4,913 58
United States Bonds to secure Circula?
tion. 200,000 oo
Other Bonds, stocks and Mortgages... 17,297 '53
Due from Redeeming and Reserve
Agents. 186,436 09
Due from other National Banks. 19,181 61
Due from other Banks and Bankers... 47,434 47
Real -Estate. I5,ooo oo
Fornlture and FLxtures. 2,861 55
Current Expenses.19,293 33
Taxes paid.2,810 lt-22,103 47
Premiums. 8,915 62
Checks and other Cash Items. 90,000 00
Bills of other National Banks..i06,ooo oo .
Fractional Currency and
Nickels. 1,084 oo
Specie.....' 3,243 60
Legal Tender Notes. 85,000 00-195,829 60
Capital Stock paid in.$500,000 00
Surplus Fund. 35,002~17
Exchanges. 5,617 67
Interest::. 10,621 65
Profits and Loss. 16,458 87-69,322 51
National Bank Circulation outstanding. 148,300 00
Individual Deposits. 641,648 10
Due to National Banks.,...' 17 26
Dae to other Banks and Bankers. 18,056 89
Cashier in Trust payments
towards Increase of Capi?
tal.$250,000 00-207,838 00
STATS OP SOCTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OP CHARLESTON:
I H. G. LOPER, Cashier, do solemly swear that the above statement ls true, to the best of
my knowledge and belief. R Q
Sworn to before me this 9th day of May. 1871.
JOHN F. ROBERTS, Notary Public.
CHAS. O. WITTE,
JA S. M. CALDWELL,} Directors,
may 10-1 ALBERT LENQNICK,
"Urs ?oo?s, ?fcc.
A. R. STILLMAN'S
BUY GOODS HOUSE,
No. 281 KING STHEET,
FOURTH DOOR BELOW WENTWORTH ST.
BROWN LINEN DUCK,
15 aud 20 cunts.
BROWN LINEN DRILL,
20 and 25 cents.
WHITE.LINEN PUCKS AND DRILL8
4-4 YELLOW CRASS LINEN,
HEAVY DOMESTIC GINGHAMS,
8*4 BROWN TABLING DIAPER,
40 and SO cents.
HEAVYLOOM TABLE DAMASK,
.40 and 50 cents.
A JOB LOT OF ^
12>? cents. .
ENGLISH FURNITURE CHINTZ,
STRIPED AND FIGURED.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, ETC.
ALL CHEAP FOR CASH,
A. R. STILLMAN'S,
No. .381 KING ST.
. A R ' G ~? T ? S!
LADIES' AND GENT'S DOSIERT.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT 4; CO.
are offering full regular made COTTON HOSE 25
cents, per pair, value 40 cents.
An extra superllne Cotton Hose at 50 cents per
pair, vaina "5 cents; also, a large supply of. Bal
tirlgan ami Lis lo Hose, Gauze, Merino, Cotton and
Lisle Underwear, at corresponding prices.
.RIBBONS ! RIBBONS! RIBBONS!.
In au shades and widths, at greatly reduced
FCKCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO...
Nos. 244 and 437 King street.
jpURCHGOTT, BENEDICT I CO.
Are offering the largest and most important and
cheapest stock of
HOUSEKEEPING AND HOUSEFURNISHING
that has ever been otler?d in this city.
500 dozen due Huck ami Damask TOWELS
from $1 to $4, value si 25 aud $5. Each dozen
will be fourni 20 per cent, lower than similar arti?
cles at any other establishment lu the city.
Napkins only $1 25. worth SI 50.
Dollies only 75 cents-, worth si.
50 pieces White Piques only is cents, worth 25
50 pieces White Pique only 2i cents, worth 30
200 pieces White Marseiiles 33 to 75 cents, value
50 cents to SI.
JIUKCHGOTT, BENEDICT I CO.
Are offering 50 piece? BLACK SILK GRENA?
DINE, which have been bought for cish from the
manufacturer at a grea t sacrifice, aud will be sold
at 75 cents per yard, worth $112>i.
We would also stat*; that we have reduced our
entire and well selected stock of DRESS GOODS j
AND SILKS to suit thc: present times.
Lace Shawls from recen: Importation in large
variety at importers' prices.
J-tTJKCIIGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
Are offering 5 cases of 4-4 SHIRTING at 10 and
12 cents, value 12},' i nd 15 cents.
2 cases of 10 4 Bleached Sheeting 37& and 40 ]
cents, value 50 cents.
100 rolls of White and Check Matting will be
sold for the next fourteen days.
4-4 White at 27 and .30 cents.
4-4 Check at 33 and SS cents.
OH Cloths are constantly on hand In all widths.
FURCHGO'tT, 3ENEDICT <fc CO.,
. No. 244 King street, In the Bend.
octSl No. 437 King street, corner calhoun.
JOSEPH W. HAR??ISSON'S,
ARTIST'S SUPPL**; PAIXT AND OIL STORE,
No. 62 QUEEN STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.'
Patent Thief Detecting (alarm) MONET DRAWER.
STEAM FIRE ENGINES
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
MAY 17TH, 1S7L
Companies will assemble at (he Citadel Square
at 8 o'clock A. M., pfeclseley, and form In line ac?
cording to Charter:
Committee or Arrangements.
Hook and Ladder No. 1.
Pioneer Steam Engine Company.
Eagle Steam Engine com pan v.
i Vigilant Steam Engine - Company.
Phoenix Steam Engine Company.
i?tua Steam Engine Company.
Hook and Ladder No. 2.
Marlon Steam Engine Company.
German Steam Engine Company.
Palmetto steam Engine Company.
Hope Steam Engine Company,
washington Steam Engine Company.
Stonewall Steam Engine Company.
Young America Steam Engine Company.
Line of march down King to Hasel, through
! Hasel to Meeting, down Meeting to Broad, through
Broad to East Bay, np East Bay to Queen, through
Queen to corner of Meeting, where the exercises
wHl comme nee tn the following order.
1. Pioneer Steam Fire Engine Company, Clapp k
. Joues, builders, New York.
2. Eagle Steam Fire En trine Company, Button A
. Blake, builders, Waterlord. H. Y.
.3. Vigilant Steam Fire Engine Company, Sllsby
Manufacturing Company, builders, Seneca
Falls, N. Y.
4. Phoenix Steam Fire EngDe Company, William
Jeffers, builder, Pawtucket, R. I.
6. JEtna Steam Fire Engine ConJpany, Clapp &
Jon' e. builders, .."ew York.
6. Marlon Steam Fire Engine Company, Clapp A
Junes, builders, New York.
7. German Steam Fire Engine Company, Amos
kcag Manufacturing Company, bedders,
8. Palmetto Steam Fire Engine Company, Amos
Keag Manufacturing Company, builders,
Manchester. N. H.
3. Hope Steam Fire Engine Company, Amos
keag Manufacturing Company, builders,
Manchester, N. H.
10. Washington Steam Fire Engine Company,
Clapp A Jones, builders, New York.
11. Stonewall Steam Fire Engine Company, Amos
fceag Manufacturing Company, builders,
Manchester, N. H.
12. Young America Steam Fire Engine Company,
Sllsby Manufacturing 'Company, builders,
Seneca Falls. N..Y.
OKDEB OF EXERCISES,
lsf. Steamer will start from Meeting street
near the Circular Church, running three hundret'
(300) yards, with twenty (20) pounds of steam al
the start, wUh r*,ve (3) men to the one tliousant
(1000) pounds weighter the Engine, reeling on
and uncoupling one hundred (IOU) fee:
of hose at the termination . of the three
hundred ?.100) yards. Taking suction al
the drain pit opposite Uayne street, and playing
one hundred (loo) feet of water; as soon as the
huatlred feet of water ls obtained the time wai be
called by the time Judges. Messrs. A. H. Hayden
ami Jno A. Wagcner. and marked on a board in a
conspicuous place. Messrs. A. Cameron and E.
Forgeaud will act as starting Judges, assisted by
Messrs. rt. M. Alexander and C. P. Almar; Messrs
M. H. Nathan, F. L. O'Neill and B. M. Strobel wll
assist the time Judges. AU discharge pines to bc
left open at the time of starting, cover of drair
pit to be lifted Tor the use or each Company bj
some member starting with Engine or Ho-<e Reel
2d. All reels must have three hundred (300) feel
of hose to start with. No member pulling on tin
reel will be allowed to handle the Euglue. Coup
ling or hose not being considered as handling
reels to start at the -same time and ou a line with
the Engine; unreeling orho6e to commence when
the reel reaches the drain pit.
3d. Eugine to come to-the stand ?rieh cold
water, and Are and steam up there; when twenty
pounds (20) of steam ls reached the sturt mast be
made. Correct steam gauges io be u-e.l, subject
to examination by the Judges. Companies to use
any coupling they see Qt. and no restriction as tc
the number or men pulling on the reel, in nc
case will a second trial bjtftllowed. The decision
or the Judges must be unaL In case, however, oj
au aeclde?t happening to the Engine before the
Trial comes orr, the Judges are empowered tc
change Its turn, so that the run is not sltogcthei
"4th. After the run and play, each steamer wll
be allowed teu (10) minutes to retire from th?
drain p;t. Ku members or any companies will be
allowed within the euclosure, except members ol
the Company on rmi, and the Oltlccrs and Mern
! bera or all Companies are earnestly n quested u
pay particular attention to this part or the pro
5th. Companies will baud in the weight ur En?
gines by the lodi of May. ;o the committee of
Arrangements. vice-Presidents of each Company
will act with the starting Judges, so as lo see
that Englues are all right according to the rules
0th. Prizes wm be awarded to the winning
.Corapaules by General Jno. A. Wagener, Immedi?
ately after the cioslug of the exercises, CO the First
and Second Company m iking the best mid second
best time. All Companies irom tnii aud other
cities enter into competition for all ' he Prizes;
in addition to which a special Prize ?rill be award .
e l to the successful'visiting Company. A Prize
will be given ror the best, distance flaying, ali
Engines to enter without classing. A Prize will
be gleen by the Pioneer Steam Englue Com?
pany to the Company who shall leave tile grounds
I lu the quickest time alter the run bas been
"th. Eneincs entering for distance ernst ila so
by the 15th Instant. No restriction wi'l be made
as to the amount or steam to bc carried. The
play will bc through loo feet, of ?tose, and
ca di Engin- ailowod llfteen minare* to oe at the
well. After the Engines have ma lo 'he ?un,
those Companies who enter for distance can re?
tire to the areli, corner Broad ami Ring streets,
and play ror distance.
8th. In the event or a tie run between two or
more Fluctue-", the run will be made over, ir the
Companies do not desire to run again, the Judges
can decide as to thc i'rizes In connection with the
Commanding Officers of the Companion.
Each Company will appoint an officer to assist
the Committee or Arrangements in keeping the
Visiting Companies will be allowed to select
their own time. Tor the run.
Citizens arc requested to keep on th i sidewalks.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
M. H. NATHAN,
R. M. ALEXANDER, C. P. AIMAR,
F. L. O'NEILL, B. M. STROBEL.
^Jknrtifxft Sal?ff^^?i Atop.
WILL SELL THIS DAT, AT HALF
PAST io o'clock, at So. 83 Broad street,
1 SORREL MARE, 1 Cow and Calf. maylO ?
By W. Y. LEITCH & IL S. BRUNS,
POSITIVE SALE UNDER FORECLOS?
URE o/ Mortgage.
Will be sold THIS MORNING,- loth day of May,
at No. 29 Hayne street, running through to No. 62
Market street, at 10 o'clock, and continued from
day to day until the entire stock ls disposed of,
The lartre and well assorted STOCK, of Messrs.
Wm. G. WhlidenA co., consisting In part of:
Domestic and imported WHITE GRANITE C. 0.
and DIPPED WAttE, in whole packages and in
small lots from shelves:
Varied Stock of GLASSWARE, Lamps and Lamp
Fixtures,. Ac, Ac, and Buch articles as are usually
found tn a first-class wholesale Crockery Empo?
Parties desiring catalogues will make appllca
tlon at No. 29 Hayne street.
Terms cash. Goods packed at customary rates
by experienced packers._ maylO
"Bj WM. McKAT.
THIS DAY, AT 10 O'CLOCK, WILL
be sold at No. 140 Meeting street,
The FURNITURE or a family removed'Ar con?
venience, or sale, consisting ef Handsome Rose?
wood Parlor and Bedroom Sets, oae 7-octave
Rosewood Plano, one Melodeon, double bank,
with 6 stops, Extension Dining Table, Marble Top
Centre Tables, Brussels Carpets, English Damask
Curtains, Crockery. Glassware, Fine Table Oat
ic-ry, Kitchen Utensils, Ao.
One Handsome DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, con?
taining 9 Stones. .
N. B.-Sale to take place in second story. Place
reserved tor ladles. . may 10
By MILES DRAKE.
LOOKING GLASSES, CLOTHING, LA
' DIES' HATS, AO.
.J HIS MORNING, af io o'clook, I wiU sell at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets.
An Invoice of LOo&ING GLASSES, Jost receiv?
ed, consisting of sizes 22x18, 20x12, 14x10, loxS,
12x9, 9x7, and 5x8.
An invoice ef SEASONABLE CLOTHING, com
144 Alpaca, Searsncker, Linen and Tweed SACK
60 Linen, Marseilles and Fancy Vests
300 pairs Linen, Searsncker, Camlet, Jean and
24 bags Linen Sack Coats
24 White Linen Snits
Ladles' and Gent's Hosiery, L. C. Handkerchiefs,
Lisle Thread Gloves. Dress Goods, Table Damask,
Towels, Neck Ties, Bows, Ladies' Trimmed Hats,
White and Brown Flats, Men's, Boys' and Ohtt
dred's Straw Hats, Ac.
On FRIDAY, I will sell 60 cases BOOTS AND
SHOES. 0 maylO ,
Unction 5oles-fntme Bane
PHOSPHATE STOCK AT AUCTION.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 11th instant, at
the Old Postomce, at ll o'c'ook, -.
9 shares PALMETTO MINING AND MANUFAC?
TURING COMPANY STOCK. .'>
Terms cash. maylo
R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
ESTATE SALE BY ORDER OF THE
Executor-Valuable Library and silver?
On WEDNESDAY, 17th Instant, at half-past 10
o'clock, will "be sold at No. 33 Broad street,
A valuable collection of MISCELLANEOUS
WORKS, sundry articles of Sterling Silverware,
such as Spoons, one (told Watch, Sugar .Disk. Tu?
teens, Ac. maylQ-wfw8
By TT. Y. LEITCH AR. S. BR?NS,
KARE OPPORTUNITY FOR PURCHAS?
ING Elegant Furniture.
Will be sold on FRI uAT, the 12th Instant, at the
Residence of Major R. C. Gilchrist, -No. 27 Rat
ledge avenue, -_
A superb lot of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, con?
sisting in part of:
ROSEWuOD PARLOR FURNITURE, Marble
Top Tables, Etxjeres. Oak and Cottage Chamber
sets, Sideboards, Extension, Tables, Mattresses,
Medall?n, Velvet and. Brussels Carpets, Glass and
Crockery ware. Paintings, Matting, Kitchen Uten?
sils, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Fine GERANIUMS, Camellas and Hot House
A Superior Rosewood 7-octave CHICKERING
At 12 o'clook noon, the RESIDENCE Itself win
be offered lor sale. Those desiring to Inspect it
and the Furniture can do so on Thursday, the
11th Instant, between the hoars of ll A.M. and 2
P. M., and 4 and 6 P. M.
Terms cash. Every article to be delivered on
Real Estate: one-third cash; balance in one and
two years, with interest, secured by bond and
mortgage of the property. Insurance andas*
stgnment of policy. Purchaser to pay ns for pa?
pers and stamps. maylo-wtaf3
By TV. Y. LEiTCrL/fc R. S. BRUNS,
HI LLOYD, EXECUTRIX, ET AL,
. vs. T. Heyward Thaver, Administrator,
auu L. M. Philips et al.
By virtue of an order of Hon. R F. Graham,
Circuit Judge, l will oder for sale, at public aac-"
flan, at the' Courthouse, Charleston, S. C., on
THURSDAY, 11th May, 1871, at ll o'clock A. M.,
All that PIECE, PARCEL OR LOT OF LAND,
with the two-story DWELLING and outbuildings
thereon, situate, lying ami belog on the norm
side or Judith street; in the City or Charleston,
measuring and containing* In front on Judith
Street forty feet, on the back line forty feet, in
depth on the west Hoe one hundred and thirty?
one Ieee, and on the east Une one hundred and
twcnty-niue feet six laches, be the sa>d dimen?
sions more or less; batting and bounding to the
south on Judith street, to the uort.h on laud of
, to >lie east on land now-or late of the Hon.
Geo. S. Kay an. and to the weston land now or late
of the Hun..Wm. Aiken.
Terms-One-third cash; balance In two equal
successive anuaal instalments, with Interest there?
on, at thc rate of seven per cent, per annum, pay?
able semi-annually, secured by bond ol purcha?
ser and mortgage of premises. Purchaser to in?
sure buildings and assign policy,-and pay for
stamps and papers.
JOHN F. PICKEN, Special Referee.
By J. FRASER MATHEWF.S.
AT AUC? ION.-WILL BE SOLD, ON
THURSDAY", nth inst., at the Old Postof
nee, Broad street, at ll o'clock,
Two-story HOUSE AND LOT, No. 87 Tradd
street, with outbcildinJS. Lot 28 feet front by 105
Terras-One-thlrd cash, balance in one and two
years, secured by bond aud mortgage of the
premises, with Interest; property to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay J. F. M.
for papers and stamps. may9
Siiiloring, i'tirnisijing ?cobs, Ut.
MENKE ?fe MULLER,
No. S25 KING STREET,
lave just opened an entire New Stock of
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac,
for Spring and summer,
our Clothing ls a very large aud fine selected
" Block for Men, Youths and Boys, from $5 to $50
per suit. The largest portion ls or Imported
goods .iud manuractured by ourselves; we can,
therefor-', recommend them as regard flt, wear
OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
is snnplieii wjth the nne*t selection of FOREIGN
AND DOMESTIC CLOTHS, DOESKINS, DIAGO?
NAL-- TRICOTS. MELTONS, CHEVIOTS, CASSI
MERE* ic, and a very large stock of the most
rash losable Pan: ?ind Vest Patterns, which we
will make up *.o order by measure in the latest
Kyles. The roretnan la this department of our
business has no equal In ttie artistic world for cut
tlna .iml producing aa elegant flt.
This department ls supplied with the celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Foreign aad Domestic Under?
shirts aud Drawers, Silk and Thread Gloves, Linea
and Paper Collars, Neckties, Bows,Scarfs, Pocket
tlandkerchlefa, Socks, Umbrellas, Ac.
Our stock has been selected with great care,
;>.nd prices marked very low in plain figures.
Buyers in our line will find lt to their advantage
to rtlve na a call before pu??masing elsewhere.
A SYDNEY SMITH,
COTTON FACTOR -
COMMISSION MER GEA NI,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHABP,
aprio-mwfimo Charleston, S. C.