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> Meetings This Day.
St. Andrew's Lodge, at S P. IL
Eagle Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Phoenix Fire Company, at half-past 3 P. M.
Vigilant Fire Company, at 8 P. M
.Etna Fire Company, at half past S P. V
Stonewall Fire Company, at s P. M.
Marlon Fire CompaDy, at S P. M.
Washington Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Washington Rifle Club, at S P. M.
Relief Loan Association, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
3iore, notions, cutlery, 4c.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card printed on
THE GREAT CHICKEN DISPUTE-Newberry
and Columbia vs. Edgefleld and Augusta-m Co-1
lumbla, last week, ended in the rlctory of the
former. Seventeen cocks were shown and fifteen
matched. The battles were even-seven and
seven-but the Newberry chicken, which once be?
fore decided a main, succeeded in placing his op?
ponent hors du combat. The fights were for
$100, and $1000 io $750 on the odd.
MONET FOUND.-Friday morning a colored
man named Robert Hamilton picked"nj? a large
roll of money lu the market, which was soon
after claimed by J. Weston, as the $41 Just lost by
him. The finder refused to deliver the money,
defying that the ownership bad been proved and
declining to tell how much lt amounted to. ? He
was arrested and taken to the Guardhouse,
where the sum of $31 and some cents was found
upon his person. The case came up before the
Mayor, who referred the parties to atrial jastice.
PERSONAL_The many friends of our young
townsman, Dr. George \Y. Winkler, will be grati?
fied to learn that he has succeeded to the busi?
ness of Dr. S. G. Holland, the eminent dentist, of
-Augusta, Ga. Dr. Holland, having made a for?
tune, retires from practice. In a card announc?
ing bis retirement, he says of his successor :
Dr. Wm kier has received as fine a dental edu?
cation as this country affords, and I take great
pleasure in recommending him to my patrons as
an operator in whom I have the utmost con?
fidence. I will remain for a time with the Doctor,
and would like to introduce him to my patrons.
SAVANNAH DRY DOCK.-This large and useful
structure, which was commenced by Messrs.
Jones A Cstna, in 1S69, is rapidly approaching
completion, and lt ls said will cost $250,000. It is
350 feet long; width at bottom 45 feet; at top
80 feet; depth 18 feet. The water will be removed
by one of Lebby & Due's rotary steam pumps,
the Invention of Mr. N. Lebby, of Charleston.
This pump is capable of discharging 20,000 gal?
lons per minute. The builder, Francis Marlon
Jones, ls a native of Charleston, a man of untir?
ing Industry and great mechanical skill. ? .
THE ADGER LINE.-The favorite steamship
James Adger, Captain T. J. Lockwood, now in
splendid condition, left this city on Saturday last
for New York with a heavy passenger list-over
09& hundred in number-and a large freight,
among the prominent items in which are near
3000 packages or Charleston vegetables, shipped
by our farmers and truck deolers from the abun?
dant crops realized by them during this season..
The rush of passengers for the Adger Line keeps
up in surprising volume, and is an evidence of
the universal satisfaction given by these first-class
A HARD SET.-Joe Williams, Edward Swee?
ney, Jim Bingley, Jesse Nash, Michael Randall,
. James McQueen, Thomas Banks, Robert Wickels
and William Fowler, seven members of a thieving
fraternity, captured by the detective force In a
descent on a house In Warren street, were brought :
before Trial Justice Schroder, Saturday afternoon,
for examination. The evidence showed them to \
be suspicious characters, and aU of them more
or less implicated in recent robberies. The five :
first were sent to jail for thirty days as vagrants,
and thc two latter were discharged upon giving
security Tor their good behavior.
CLUBS AND STARS.-John Greene, arrested
for raising a disturbance In Society street, was
sentence.: to pay a flue of $5 or go to the House
of Correction for five days. 1
Frank Broomer, with no local habitation or
visible means of support, was sent to ihe House
Ot Correction for thirty days as a vagrant.
Ellen Maxwell, taken np for being drunk and 1
disorderly, and Indecent behavior, td St. Phillp
street, was sentenced to pay a flue of $10 or spend
twenty days lu the House of Correction. 1
A bulky individual, found in a somnolent i
drunken state, on the sidewalk In St. Phillp
street, was brought to the Guardhouse In the j
city*-wagon, and was allowed to depart next
morning after paying a V for his ride.
A white mau, who. under alcoholic Influences, 1
was unable to take proper care of himself, was (
lodged in the Guardhouse and discharge-' on
tue plea of the first offence.
SUPREME COURT, COLUMBIA, MAY ll.-The
Court met at 10 A. M. Present, Chief Justice j
Moses and Associate Justices willard and (
Henry Beard ads James W. Williams. Appeal
J. T. Owen and wife vs. Isaac A. Allen and H. T. I
Lyon, executors, struck otf. j<
James McCravey, plain tiff in error, vs. Moses C.
Taggart amt James Taggart, Jr., defendants in
error. Mr. Burt was heard for platutlff In error. a
John B. Earle V9. J. W. Harrison, et al. Mr. v
Burt was heard f r appellant.
James J. Workman et ux et al. vs. Louisa C.
Bolling, executrix, et al. Mr. sullivan was heard f
for appellants. Mr. Pope for respondents. Mr.
Sullivan in reply for appellants.
The following cases were continued: Isaac L.
Slbert er. al, ads William Lyon; the same ads 1
Leonard W. Lyon; the same ads George Slbert i
and wife; the trustees of the estate of Dr. John r
De La Howe vs. W. p. Belcher et al; Abel Kobbms
vs. H. w. Kuhtman; the same vs. Bry Fretvell. r
FRIDAY, MAY 12.-Joseph H. MeUlcliamp, ad-, t
mlnlstrator, vs. Joseph B. Seabrook et al. De- t
cretal order continued and motion dismissed.
Opinion by Associate Justice Wrlgnt. 1
At 12 M., the court adjourned until Wednesday. I
17th, 10 A. M., when the tilth circuit will ?>e <
Hotel Arrivals-May 13 ?nd I*.
J. W. Covington, Columbus, Ga.; S. Candee.
Connecticut; J. Bates and wife, New York; Geo.
Tha^Bpson, Connectent: A. B. Farquhar, South
Carolina; Dennis W. D. BottUy, Georgia; Edward
UcIntnsh,South Carolina; Wm. L. Little and wife,
Brooklyn; N. s."Easton, Fernandina; A. '/.. Denac
rest. New York- tobt.Shaw, Paila lelphia; T. J.
Hey want, Som h 'olma; Joun L. Murr ty, Oin
-clunati; O. Holmes, U. S. A.; P.. H. Hosea, Cincin?
nati; Wm. McHall, Canada; A. Harkness, Savan?
nah; AVm. Sf. Sr.anuon, Camden; 'i. Hines, South
Carolina; W. Levi, l' iris: S. H. Newhouse, Mrs. B.
Lieber, Mtss Lieber, Philadelphia; De Yoogli, Ham?
burg; j. Kaufman, Savannah^C. D. Schrott, wire
and daughter, New York.
3?. B. Tltman, Augusta; R C. Logau, KIngstree;
Miss Ella Mackln, Miss Julia Spencer, Philadel?
phia; Miss L. Landis, Brooklyn; Captain (layne,
lady and daughter, Baltimore; Nathan Bern-fin,
Washington; R. W. Mudall, S.e. Railroad; Miss
N. Meredith, Miss F. Meredith, Augusta; Jos. Bo?
tham and boy, R. D. Brown, South Carolina: J. U.
Godwin, N. E. Railroad; S. J. Godwin and sister,
H. F. Bell, A. H. Hammond, New York; William
Kibble. Brooklyn; Stephen Marsh, N. E.; James
McCallle, N. Y. City; A. R. E. Meayst. Washington,
D. C.; Wm. F. Boud. Somers, Conn.; E. Pars >np.
B_ L. Robinson. F. N. Booth, Now York; F. Fow?
ler, Newark, N.J.; F. D. Gros Claude, Savannah;
Mrs. stephenson, Miss Stephenson, Boston; -ld
ney Crowe?. M ss Crowe?, Steamship Georgia: H.
H?gens, Germany: R. S. Yenning, U. P. Walker,
Percivals. Walker, British Consulate; j.Gurnang
Savannah; C. H. Hamilton. N"w York; T. G. How
ret,|phUaiielphla; F. H. Elmore, Columbia.
TUE DIDOES A y CONVENTION.
Third Day's ProeeerUngs,
At the opciing of the convention on Satur?
day, resolutions were adopted thanking Mr. T. P.
Elford for his efficient and gratuitous services os
treasurer of the convention for the inst ten years;
also, providing for the systematic collection of
offerings tn the several parishes In behalf of dio?
cesan missions, and ror the publication quarterly
In '.he Monthly Record of the-amount o' such
All canons, rules of order and standing reso
Hons were referred to the comm? fee on the con?
stitution and canons to report at the next meeting
of the convention.
Mr. John Hanc!:el reported the board of man?
agers ol the Advancement Society, elected at the
last meeting. The names have been already pub?
lished Iii THE NEWS.
The Rev. A. Toomer Porter orlered a preamble
and resolutions, pledging the convention to In?
creased activity In the work of missions snd
church extension; calling upon the boards of
missions for this diocese for a detailed licite?
ment ol' the indebtedness of any parish, and
means ?.nd plans for the settlement or the same.
Second, for Information In regard to parishes
dc siring aid for rebuilding, enlarging or erecting
new churches or patronages. Third, the board of
mission was requested to devise some plan by
which their needs might be supplied. Fourth,
enjoining upon parishes to provide parsonages.
Fifth, re commending the concentra-ion of effort
upon one poiut until that ls relieved, then upon
another, and so on.
The committee of finance were directed to In?
quire imo and report at the nest meeting _or the
convention upon the practicability of establish
lng a diocesan society for the purpose of insuring
the lives or the clergy of the diocese.
General Kershaw presented the report of the
trustees or the University of the South, with the
The convention thsn resumed the balloting for
an assistant bishop of the diocese, with the fol?
lowing result :
Second Ballot-Number of clerical votes cast 39;
necessary to a choice 20. Rev. 0. P. Gadsden re?
ceived 21. Rev. W. B. W Howe 14, Rev. J. S. Kld
nev 1. Rev. W. P. DuBose 1, Rev. J. H. Elliott 1,
and Kev. C. C. Plnckney L Number of lay votes
cast 42; necessary to a choice 22. Gadsden 15,
Howe 15, DuBose 6, Plnckney 2. Elliott I. Rev.
John Johnson l, Kidney 1, Rev. J. H. Wingfield l.
Third Ballot-Number of clerical votes 33:
Galsden 21. Howe 13. UuBose 2, scattering 3. Lay
votes 41 : Gadsden 13, Howe 17, DuBose 5, Wlng
Ueld 3, P.nckney 2. Elliott 1.
Fourth Ballot-Clerical vote 39 : Gadsden 21,
Howe 15, DuBose 3, scattering 2. Lay vue 43:
Howe 17, Gadsden 14, DuBose 5, Wingfield 4,
Plnckney 2. Elliott l.
Fifth 3allot-Ole leal vote 39 : Gadsden 21.
Howe 14, scattering 4. Lay vote 43: Howe 18,
Gadsden 14, DuBose 4, Pinckney 3, Wingfield 3,
sixth Ballot-Clerical vote 39: Gadsden 21,
Howe 13, scattering S Lay vote 43: Howe 19,
Gadsden 13, UuBose 4, Wingfield 4. scattering 3.
Seventh Ballot-Clerical vote 39: Gadsden 21,
Howe ll, DuBose 3, scattering 4. Lay vote.44:
Howe 24, Gadsden 14, DuBose 2, Wlngtleld 3,
Eighth Ballet-Clerical vote 39: Gadsden 20,
Howe 13, DuBose 3. Johnson 2, Wingfield 1. Lay
vote 42: Howe 22, Gadsden 17, DuBose 2, Wing?
Ninth Ballot-Clerical vote 3S: Gadsden 20,
Howe 14, scattering 4. Lay vote 43: Howe 21,
Gadsden 17. DuBose 4, Wingfield l.
Tenth Ballot-Clerical vote 39: Gadsden 21,
Howe ;3, DuBose 2, Johnson 2, Plnckney 1. Lav
vote 42: Howe 20, Gadsden 17, DuBose 4, Wing
Eleventh Ballot-Clerical vote 39: Gadsden 21,
Howe 14, scattering 4. Lav vote 42: Howe 19,
Gadsden 18. DuBose4, Wingfield l.
Twelfth Ballot-Clerical vote 39; Gadsden 21,
Howe 7, DuBose 9. scattering 2. Lay vote 44:
Howe 6, Gadsden 16, DuBose 21, Pincxuev 1.
Thirteenth Ballot-Clerical vote 39: Gadsden 21,
DuBose ll, Howe 2, scattering 4. ? ay vote 43:
Gadsden 14, DuBose 24, Howe 2, Elliott 2, Plnck?
Fourteenth Ballot-Clerical vote 39: Gads len
20, DuBoss 13, Howe 3, scattering 3. Lay vote 41:
DuBose 27, Gadsden 15, scattering 2.
Flfteentn Ballot-Clerical vote 38: Gadsden 16.
DuBose 12. Howe 4. Elliott 3. Pinckney 2. blan?
1. Lay vote 43: DuBose 28, Gadsden* 13, scat?
Sixteenth Ballot-Clerical vote39: Gadsden 14,
DuBose 13, Elliot 7, Howe 3. scattering 2. Lay
vote 44: DuBose 29, Gadsden 10, Elliott 4, Pluct
Seventeenth Ballot-Clerical vete 39: Gadsden ?
7, Dubose 13, Hom 3, Elliott 15, blank l. Lay
vote 44: DuBose 27, Gadsden 6, Elliott T, Howe 2, .
scar erinn 2.
Eighteenth Ballot-Clerical vote 38: Elliott 14,
DuBose 13. Gadsden 4, Howe 6. J. Johnson 1. Lav
rote 44: DuBose 2S, Gadsden 6, Elliott 9 Howe L
Nineteenth Ballot-Clerical vote 3N: Elliott 12,
DuBose ll. Howe 9, Gadsdeo 6. Lay vote 44: Du- ,
Bose 2G. Gadsden 5, Elliott 8, Howe 4, blank 1.
Tweuiteth Badot-Clerical vote 39: Elliott 13, <
DuBose 14, Gadsden 3. Howe'9. Lay vote 44: Du- :
Bose 20. Gadsden 5. Elliott 9, Howe 3. Sams 1.
Twenty-ilrst Ballot-Clerical vote 38: DuBose '
15. Gadsdea 6, Howe ti, Elliott S, J. S. HaucKel l.
Lay vote4-1: DuBose 27, Elliott 8, Howe 4, Gadsden
1, blank 1.
Tweutv-sccond Ballot-Clerical vote 38: Hiwe '
;. Ga.is.len 12, Elliott. 2. DuB. se 15. Hanckel 1,
blank 1. Lay vote 44: Bu Bose 27, Gadsden 10,
Howe 4. El.lott 3.
Twenty-thlrd Bailor-Clerical vote 39: Howe 8,
Gadsden ll, DuBose 15. Elliott 1. Lay vote 43:
DuBu-e 23, Gadsdeu ll, Howe 5, Elliott 3, McCul?
The Rev. Mr. Gadsden here returned his thanks
to the brethren for their support In a few earnest
?nd eloquent remarks, and urged them to unite
In support of the Rev. Mr. Howe.
Twenty-four h Bailor-Clerical vote 34 : Howe
29. Gads"ca 4, blank l. Lay vote 42: Howe 40,
3 ads nen 2.
On motion, the election was declared unani?
mous. Mr. Howe remarked, with much feeling, c
;hat under the elrcumst mees no course was left 1
mttotakeup the burden thus laid on him. and
ivowed his resolve to uphold, with Divine grace,
die hamis of thc bishop, and in the discharge of
its'responslbllitlcs to know only Jesus aud Him
The bishop appeared and congratulated the
lonventton upon the auspicious termination of
heir labors. (
The Gloria In Excel-iis was sung, and, after I
irayeraud the benediction, the couventlou ad
Ditrned until 10 o'clock this morning. ,
Many of the delegates may not probably be
wate that the testimonial ul the assistant bishop
viii have to bc signed this morning by the requl
lte majo-lty, and a large attendance is requested 1
or that purpose.
THE FIREMEN'S' TOURNAMENT.-The parade on t
he 17th instant promises tobe one ortho most "
mposlng that has been witnessed rora long se- j
?es of years. The various steam fire companies
lave been p.-epanug in earnest, and the nightly
rials cf speed and distance which are to be no- ,
Iced In sere ra! public -neets of the city Indicate 1
in ex'itiug o antes'- for tue handsome prizes of- ?
ered. These have been put on exhibition at the 5
stablish meat or Mr. Hayden, corner of Hasel and
King s:reet!-, and are as follows : i
First City Prize-Silver eur. lal stand, and a One
rlaekcoat, to oe ma* Morder lu No. I .itv te at the
slothing aud tailoring est-ddisii meut of Mr. Wm. '
klatt li lessen, by whom it has been tendered, lt
is to be given io nuy member or the successful
L-ouiputiy Nillo shad be named by Hie presuleui. ,
Second Cliy Prize-A wiuu set, ?ourgobleta, sil?
ver pitcher and wa-h howl.
Third City Prize-offered hy t he Pioneer steam
Fire Engine Company-A silver goblet, to be
niven to the company which gets off t he ground
Prizes for Visiting Companies-Water pitcher,
two gtblets, waiter and wash h .wi.
All ttl the above prizes, save .n the Instance of
the one niven by the Pioneer, are to bc awarded
for speed In getting lo work. Th. se to bu award?
ed tor distance In playing have nut been selected
D a a X N B S A S O '? I V J& s.
A SPLENOID lot ol' Pique, for Dresses, just
opened nt *
mayl0--wfm3 STOLL. WEBB A CO.
fl00,000 .lollurs to be given away in land
and greenbacks, at thc great Premium Land sale.
Tickets for sale at KDWARD PURRY,
No. 149 Meei lng street,
mayll-tbrnw? Oppcsite charleston Hotel.
SILL fl BADS printed on line paper ai $3. $4,
$5, $6 50-iud J3 50 per thousand, according to
size, at. TM NKWS JotrOffice.
THE ATTENTION OK WATCH-BOTERS is called
to our large stock or Waltha a Watches. These
Watches have been long known throughout the
United States as the best and cheapest in the
market. All Watches guaranteed.
W. CARRINGTON A Co.,
marl3 . No. 250 King street.
BEST BHANLS in Longcloths just open?d at
mayio-w 'ra3 STOW., WEBB A CO.
WILSON AND ms DOLLAR T.-It-is a truthful
remark, "That the main entrance to a man1,
heart is through h's stomach." Practical yonng
ladles may be interested to know that few are
so obdurate as to withstand the genial Influence
of wilson's Dollar Tea, at So. 306 King street,
POSTPONEMKNT.-The auction sale by Messrs.
Leitch A Bruns of crockery, glassware, Ac, at Nc
29 Hayne street, advertised in THB NEWS last
week, has been postponed.
BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY ! ^- Furchgott,
Benedict A Co., Nos. 214 and 437 King street, beg
to announce that, in order to reduce stock, they
are now offering all kinds of flue and staple Dry
Goods at lower prices than ever. The goods must
be sold without ?egard to cost.
ENTERPRISE WILL TELL. - Would you like
to make a fortune, gentle reader? Here ls the
receipt, gratis. Attend diligently to your busi?
ness, advertise systematically, Judiciously
and constantly, and treat your customers welL
By attending to these ordinal principles, success,
with wealth and rame, will certainly be your por?
tion. We have a signal Instance of this sort i
our city. A few years ago, Mr. Scott commenced
lu a small way Ids Star Shirt Emporium-with i
keen apreciatlou of the virtue of printers ink. He
has spent thousands in advertising-bnt lt has
proved a good Investment. His name now re?
sounds all over the State, and his shirts are in
great request. We ?Know of no merchant who
more carefully studies the wants of the public;
and as a matter of course, a grateful public ia
return calls on Its purveyor, Mr. Scott, whenever
shirts, drawers, nndervests, neck ties, or any?
thing else is wanted In the line of furnishing
goods. _ _
CROQUET ! CROQUET ! ! CROQUET 1 ! 1-Im?
mense reduction in price 1 The largest Field
Croquet at $4.
HABEL STREUT BAZAAR AKD NO. 161 KINO ST.
m ar22 _?_
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI !-A royal game of
India. HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
apr20 And No. 161 King Street.
MORE OF THOSE cheap Colored Muslins, at
12-; cents, WARRANTED TO WASH. Just opened at
maylo-wfm3 STOLL, WBBB * Co.
ATTENTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic vlcwp
jr Charleston and vicinity, at No. 161 King street,
orat the Basel street Bazaar. novl2
NEW Sf ORE LEDOER, WEEKLY, SATURDAY
NIGHT and FIRE SIDE COMPANION, six cents a
copy, at No. 101 King street. may3
JUST OPENED, a good assortment of Apron
Ltnenst Linen Drills, Linen Checks, Summer
Tweeds and Caseimeres, at low prices, at
mayl0-wfm3 STOLL, WEBB & Co.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS CHEAPER THAN EVER !
in. Velvet and Leather bindings, 76 cents; o'.d
price 90 cents, lu Velvet and Leather bindings,
S3 cents; old price $1. In Velvet and Leather
bindings. $1; old price $1 25. in Velvet and Lea?
ther bindings, $120; old price $1 50.
ll AS KL sr. BAZAAR, AND NO. 161 KINO ST.
Waldies, Jerodrn, &c.
Jp ENE JEWELRY, WATCHES, &C.
THE LATEST SJYLES.
Particular attention is invited to the NEW,
LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF WATCHES,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE AND FANCY GOODS,
suitable for Presents, Just received and opened.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
JAMES ALLAN'S, No. 307 KING STREET.
AU the newest and most exquisito designs in
SETS OF PEARL, GARNET. ALL GOLD,
CORAL AND STONE.
Leontine, Opera. Neck ami Vest CHAINS; Sea)
nings, Diamond Rings; Gent's Pins, Pearl and
Diamond; Plain Gold aud wedding Rings always
m hand or made to order; Sleeve Buttons and
?tuda, Bracelets. Brooches and Earrings; Armlets
ind Necklaces, in Gold aud Coral; Brooches for
Bair or Miniatures, Lockets. Charms and Masonic
rms. Glove Bands, at
JAMES ALLAN'S. No. 307 KING STREET
A few doors above Wentworth street.
LL, BLACK '& CO.,
Nos. 535 and 6C: BROADWAY, N. Y.
STERLING SILVER FOItKS AND SPOONS
In quantity, at
$1 75 GOLD PER OUNCE.
These Goods are pronounced superior In beauty
>f finish, and greater in variety of pattern, to any
Table Ware manufactured.
A LARGE STOCK OF
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
I Jr emin m Carib dale.
LIKEN PREMIUM LAND SALE.
$100,000 to be Distributed to Shareholders.
?IVE DOLLARS will purchase a Share, including a
Work or AI L wot th FIVE DOLLARS.
The Derby Farm I'roperty to bc distributed era
iraces Hie Largest Vineyard aud Orchard lu Hie
JNEQ?ALLED CLIMATE"! PEACEABLE COUN?
TRY 1 GENEROUS SOIL !
The salubrious aud health-giviug climate of
vikeu has given il theuameof "Tue Saratoga ol
he South. '
?95.000 ia Premiums pi esented to Shareholders.
?io.i,o.w lu Real Estate sud Greeuback Prizes to
be distributed to Shareholders.
14 Keal Esl ?nc Prizes, worth (rom $300 to $25,000.
>22 Greenback Prl/.es, from $5 to fiooo.
ONLY lo.ooo SHAKES WILL BB ISSUED.
)NE SHARE IN EVERY THIttTY-ONE WILL
DRAW A PRIZE.
This Real Estate Property, conveyed by Deed or
rrust t>. ;he committee who are to conduct the
DRAWING, is to be tra srerred by them to the
FORTUNATE SHA i EHOLUERS as soon as the re?
maining Shares aro Sold.
The Drawing will take place according to the
published prog ra. ame.
TUE DAY OF THE DRAWING
will bc announced by Telegram to the Associated
A Sm ll Sum invested now may secure a For?
Every Shareholder may rest a-surred of equal
justice, and thai tula Scheme, uuiikumany others,
IS "FAIR, SQUARE AND HONEST."
Money received alter the Books are closed will
be promptly returned. For full particulars, as
emb-aced m revised pamphlet, adui.ess
J. C. DERBY, General Manager,
mays Key Box No. 334, Augusta, Ga/
Q O L U M B I A HOTEL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR.
Thc Proprietor of this pleasantly located ano
elegantly furnished Establishment, at the State
Capital, desires to inform the travelling public ano
others seeking accommodattous, thai the "CO
i,it\IBlA" ts in every respect a Urst-ciass liotei,
in : .irpasaed by auy lu the State or thc Unitee
States. Situa'ed lu the business centre of th.
city, with Hue large airy rooms, and a table sup
plied with every delicacy of tho seasou, both iron
New York and Charlestou markets, thc Proprio
tor pledges that no efforts will be spared to give
perfect satisfaction in every respect.
A llrst-ciasa Llveiy Stable is attached to the
Hotel, where vehicles of every description can be
had at thc shortest notice.
omntbuser attend thc arrival and departure ot
every Train. WM. GORMAN,
Proprietor and Superintendent.
J. D. BUDDS, Cashier. apriy trfm
RES S E i. s*"WXFTBIV"
To load for NEW YORE, Philadelphia,
Boston, Sound Ports and Cuba. Cargoes
ready. Apply to H. F. BAKER <fc CO.,
mayl3-2 _ Central Wharf.
The Al Iron Clipper Ship REMINGTON, ja
John F. Fowler,Master, wants600 bales cot-O
ton to complete cargo. Apply to
may3 HENRY CARD
OR N E W YO K E
ON TUESDAY, MAY 16TH, AT fj O'CLOCK
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1S70.
ST.VTE-K.OOM? ALL O.V DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Crowell, Commander, will sail for New
York on TUESDAY, May 16th, at six o'clock P.
M.. from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.
The 8outh Carolina having hauled off for usual
docking and painting, the popular Side Wheel
Steamship CHARLESTON, Captain Berry, wlU
take her place, and sall on WEDNESDAY MORNING,
24th Instant, at io o'clock, from Auger's Wharf.
Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and the New Eng?
land Manufacturing Towns, at the lowest mar?
Insurance by Steamers of thia Line >i per cent.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, havinc
very One state-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER * CO., No. 28 Broad street, or
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Unlo? Wharves.
OR HW YORK.
OLD LINE M E "IV YORK AND CHARLES?
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE-ROOMS
The very fast and splendid Side-Wheel Steam?
ships or this Line will sail from Adger'a South
Wharf as follows : ,
CHAMPION, SATURDAY, May 20th, at 6 o'clock
JAMES ?DGER, SATURDAY, May 27th, at 12 o'clock
49?Insurance % percent, by this Line.
Through Bills or Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns at the lowest marke;
For Freight or Passage engagements, apply to
mayl _ JAMES ADQER A CO.
jp 0 R BALTIMORE.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED,DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADINO ISSUED.
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The tine steamship FALCON, Haynie, Com
nandcr, will sail for Baltimore on TUESDAY, 16th
Hay, at hair-past 4 o'clock P. M.
nj~ Piidaaelphia Freights forwarded to th a
.-itv by railroad from Baltimore without addi
ional insurance, and Consignees are allowed am
?le time to sample and sell their Goods from
he Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM. Agent.
maylO-6 No. i Union Wharves.
pACLFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP OOMPY's
ruRoroH UNE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN
FARES GREATLY REDUCED..
Steamers of th? above linc leave Pier
<io. 42. North River, foot of canal_
itrcet. N?w York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the 15th
md 30th of every month. (except when the.?t
?ates fallon Sunday, then the Saturday preceo
All departures connect at Panama witt, steam
'rs for south Pacltlc and Ceutrnl American : ort*
leparture of loth touches at Kingston. Jamaica,
.'or Japan and Chino, steamers leave San Fran
:isco ilrst or every month, except wheu lt falls on
tunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch ar Havana, hu
ro direct from New York to Aspinwall.
Une hundred pounds baggage tree to each adult
iTedlcitib and ai tendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information appi
it the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, oil Me
vharf foot of Canal street. North River, New
lork. F. R. BABY, Agent.
pOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN.
CARRYING TUE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIYERPOPL AND GREAT WESTERN
Viii dispatch one of their first-class, full power
ron Screw Steamships from
PIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
IAN*RATTAN, Capt. FORSYTH... .May 6, at 3PM
;0L0RAD0, Capt. T.W. FREEMAN.May 10, at io A M
VT8CONSIN, Capt. WILLI AMS....May 17, at 3 PM
CEVADA, Capt. GREEN.May24.at 0AM
NEBRASKA, Capt. GUARD.May 27, at ll AM
Cabin Passage 380, gold.
Steerage Passage (Otllce No. 20 Broadway) $30,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS k GUION,
No. 05 Wall street, N. Y.
N. B. Thc Steamships plying between .Oharles
on and New York, of the Lines represented re?
actively by Messrs. JAMES ADGKR k CO.,
VgcntH, and by Messrs. WAGNER, HUGER k CO.
iud W. A. COURTENAY, Agents, make close
lonnectlons with the Steamships or the WIL?
HAMS k GUION Line. maya
OR LAKE SUPERIOR
fcggjBE ''"E UNION
ATLANTIC, DULUTH AND PACIFIC LINE.
one ortho Splendid Steamers METFOR. INDI -V,
PACIFIC. COBURN, ATLANTIC, J VP AN, RE WEB
HAW, ARCTIC, CHINA ?ind ST. PAUL, will leave
UuOalo dully (except Fridays aud saturdays.) nt
1 P. M.. Kile me next nn'nilntr, Clevriau.i me
tame night, und Deirolt at 10 P. M.. daily, (ex
:ept Suudoys and Mondays, i Tor DULUTH and in
ermediate LAKE SUPF.RK?R PORTS.
Coiiuei tioas are made at Duluth with the Lake
Supcriur and Mississippi Railroad, to St. Paul,
md all peints in Minnesota, Northern Wisconsin
iud Iowa. Also, with the Northern Pacltlc Rail?
road for the Red River Country.
Kxcurslon Tickets, AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES,
tvdl bs Issued by all principal Railroads lost.
Paul by this mute, returning via all rail. Or by
Rail Routes to St. Paul and Duluth, returning via
During the months of Juue, July and August,
EXCURSION TRIPS will be made via the North
?ltore of Lake Superior, visiting the Silver Mines,
Fort William, Grand Portage, Ac.
For further information, apply to
B. F. PATRICK,
General Passenger Anent, Buffalo, N. Y.
E. T. EVANS. Manager A. D. and P. Line.
S. D. CALDWELL, General Manager U. s. Co.
.OR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain C.
C. White, will le?vc Charleston,_
every WEDNESDAY NIOUT, at 9 O'CIOCK, "?..
Georgetown every FRIDAY MORSISO, at 8 o'clock.
For engageoients apply on board or to
N. B.-Freight will be received on days of sail?
SHACKELFORD k KFLLY, Agents,
mayl3 No. l Boyce's Wharf.
Jjl?R NORTH ED^^i^E^^O^?m)
The Steamer PILOT BOT. Captain _ ^efl^k,
J. \V. sly, will leave Central Wharf?dESOSE?
forEUlsto, Beaufort and Pacific Landina, every
MONDAY MORNING, at t o'clock, and for Beaufort
and Pacific Landing every THURSDAY MORNING,
at 8 o'clock. Returning, will leave Beaufort every
TUESDAY and FRIDAY MORNING, at s o'clock, and
will leave Edisto every TUESDAY, at 3 o'clock,
P. M. j. D. AIKEN,
mavis_? ? ? . Agent.
JPOR EDISTO, ENTERPRISE AND WAT
INLAND ALL THE WAT.
The Steamer WATER LILY, Cap- _ -JT^
tain P. Tvglio, will receive I?eigtUa??SH?_
at South Atlantic Wharf, on THURSDAY, uta in?
stant, and leave for the above polnca on FRIDAY,
the 10th, at 7 o'clock A. M.
Returning, will leave Edisto on SATURDAY, the
20th, at 5 A. M,
For Freight engagements or passage apply on
board, orto DOUGLAS NISBET,
South Atlantic Wharf.
N. B.-Freight and Wharfage payable on the
wharf _ mayl5
OR GARDNER'S BLUFP,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE PEE?
DEE RIVER, VU GEORGETOWN.
The steamer PLANTER, Captain
H. S. Cordes, ls now rureiving^ - _
Freight at; Accommodation Whari, and win leave
on TUESDAY MORNING, the 16th Instant, at o
Freight and wharfage prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, having stateroom ac?
commodations, applv to
RAVENEL. HOLMES A CO.,
nrUyl5-l Ne. 177 East Bav.
F L O R I D A,
Thc Steamer DICTATOR, Captain
L. M. Coxetter, will leave southern?g?_
Wharf every TKEsnA' EVENING, nr. s.3u O'CIOCK,
(until further notice,) for Jacksonville, Fernan?
dina and Palatka, arriving back at charleston
every SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
inayll RAVENEL & CO.. Agents,
^TEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
KOP. PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT, H1LT0>
HEAD. SAVANNAH. DARIEN AND
The favorite Ste.yner
Captain L. w. BURNS,
will receive Freight at Accommoda- r . ?JT-^k.
Mon wi m rf for above poinrs every ^^TiatlfWl
TUESDAY, and leave every WEDNESDAY MORNING,
nt 7 o'clock, an i vt ag at Savannah same evening,
and leaving for Darlen, Ac, on, the following
Returning, will leave Savannah for Charleston
every MONDAY MOUSING, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or passaiie. apply to .
RAVKNEL. HOLMES A CO.,
may6 _No. 177 Eas?, Bar.
JgXCURSION TO ST. AUGUSTINE AND
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER, FLORIDA.
The splendid and rast Steamer - ^aJP^jfc
DICTATOR, Cartain L. M Coxetter.????gggg??
will leave Charleston, TUESDAY, May [wu, ut nan
past 8 P. M., on an Excursion ~o Florida, arriving
at Savannah early on WEDNESDAY, and remain?
ing there until afternoon, affording ample time to
visit Buenaventura and other points of interest.
Leaving at 3 o'clock P. M., will arrive at St. Au?
gustine THURSDAY MORNING, where ajnost agree?
able duy may be spent inspecting the ancient
Spanish Fortress, the Cathedral, and other relics
or the first settlement on the Continent, In sfldng
?u the Bay or visiting the Orange Groves of the
neighborhood. Leaving St. An justine, on FRIDAY
MORNING, the Dictator will pass up the St. John's
to Palatka, by daylight, stopping at all points uf
Interest, thus attording a rare opportunity of see?
ing, to the best advantage, the most beautiful of
Returning will leave Jackaonvllle SATURDAT,
Fernandina rhe same afternoon, arriving at Sa?
vannah SUNDAY MORNING, and Charleston SUN?
Fare for round trip, $18.
No extra charge for Meals or Staterooms.
mayl-14 RA VEN KL A CO.. Agents.
5i)ijfts ono ?nrniBiung (?oo?s.
SCARFS AND TIES.
THE MARQUIS OF LORNE
THE RUGBY CRAVAT BOW.
COLLARS AND CUFFS.
LO I THERE DISRAELI
CLUB H> JSE CLUB HOUSE
A Fresh Stock of Fine Fur?
nishing Goods of all kinds, at
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM
MEETING STREET. OPPOSITE MARKET.
?oots, SIjocs, ??c.
l?boTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS.
Receiving ..Hs dav per Steamships Georgia.
(Toni New York, Fall River, from Philadelphia,
assorted Invoices of FINE BOOTS AND SHOES.
In addition to the choice, selection always in
stock 1 keep t hose CABI.'J SCREW WI RE WATER
Sold cheap at EDWARD DALY'S,
marJ2 No. isl Meelina street.
VT O T I C E ! NOTICE!
Bv Fall River Steamship from Philadelphia r ni
Jay 1 am receiving afresn supply ut those Gent's
llaod-Sewed Magic Flttimr FRENCH CALF
BOOTS. With much tune and .abor, I have the
sume for Boys and Gents.
El ?WAR i HALY,
mar22 _No. 121 Mo-'Unir strfct.
r|VJ THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Please inform the numerous readers or your
paper thal the AMERICAN GAITER. Patented, ur
i he Shoe or the Future, ls a success. To supply
?lie demands of the It ide, another Invoice UMlaj
by Fall River, rrom Philadelphia
' sold by r i)WARU DALY,
marti No. lg! \U .-mik' street.
CABLE SCREW WIRE
BOOTS & SHOES,
For Wet Weather, For Dry Weather,
For Youllis, For Au'-.',
For Gentlemen; For Ladies,
Fur i he City, For the Country,
For Riding, For Walking,
For Fishing, For Hunting.
SOLD IJY DEALiKKS BVElllYWfl?UB.
See that every one bears tho rateul. Stamp,
CORKZR BROAD STRKKT A SD EAST BAY.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowest
cash rates for ALL PAPERS In the United States.
WALKER, EV^.-sS A COGSWELL,
Clotrjina enc ?arnis?jing QfawoM.
SPRING CLOTH!? G.
No. 291 KING STREET,
CORNER OP WENTWORTH,
An extensive assortment of
SPRING- AND SUMMER
made up for - he trade or this city, now orre -ed at
LOW PRICES. In the stock will be found the
following style? of snits :
SCOTCH CHEVIOT MORNING AND D.-SRBY
French Batista Morntng and Derby Suits
Silk Mixed Morn lug'and Derby Suits
Diagonal and Crape Coating Morning and Oerby
Blue and Black Flannel Morning and Derby Suits
Light Mixed Casslmere Morning and Derby Suits.
BOYS' AM mm m.
SACKS, DERBY AND MORNING COAT SC1TS,
for ages of from 5 to IT years. .
A full supply of all kinds-UNDERSHIRTS AND
DRAWERS, GLOVES, SCARFS, BDWS, Ac, pf the
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS
A FULL SUPPLY OF ACL QUALITIES.
Offers FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
SUMME li CLOTHS, COATINGS. BATISTE, CHE?
VIOT AND FANCY CASSIMER?S, of select, pat?
terns and shades, which will he made to ord jr In
tue best mauner, at MODERATE PRICES.
B. W. McTUREOUS, Superintendent.
S H IBTS.
Or LOVE S'.
CANES AND UMBRELLAS,
OF TTiE ABOVE GOODS IN THE
AND AT PRICES TO SUIT.
ACADEMY OP MUSIC JITJHD1N6,
THIS DAY, AT 10 O'CLOCK, AT No,"!
140 Meeting street, will be sold,
A Damaged Let of NOTIONS, Table and Pocket
Cutlery, Crockery. &c.
TO-MORROW the Regular FURNITURE Sale?
will take place, Instead of Wednesday,
^Lnction Sales-Sntnte dags.
U South Carolina District.-Wm. H. DorrUl vs.
Brig W. H. Parks.-In Admiralty.
By virtue or an order of sale to me directed
from the Honorable Judge of the District Court of
South Carolina, ta Admiralty for the idstrlct
aforesaid, In the above case, I will expose' for sale
at Public Auction, at the Old Exchange, east end
of Broad street, In the Port of. Charleston, on
WEDNESDAY, the 24th day of May, 187?. at ll
o'clock A. M.. .
The Brig W. H. PARKS, her Tackle. Apparel
and Furniture, Sails, Chains, Anchor-i, Boats and
Appurtenances, as she now lies at Marsh's Wharf.
Terms or Sale-Cash. Purchaser to pay United
states Marshal for all necessary papers and
United states Internal Revenue stamps.
' I. E. JOHNSON,
; mayl5.msw3 ?. S. Marshal, District of Sa Ca.
By Tf. T. LEITCH & R. S. BR?NS,
SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE LOT,
east side of Meeting street, at Auction, by or?
der of the Board of Directors.
wm be sold on THURSDAY, the 23d instant, at
the Old Postofflce. Broad street, at lt o'clock,
TUe above described LIT OF LAND, measuring
80 feet front on Meeting street bv 130 feet In depth,
TermB cash. Purchaser to pay ua for papers and
B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
TT7TLL SELL, AT AUCTION, ON WED
VV NESDAY, 24th Instant, at hair-past io
TWO BOXES MANUFACTURED TOBACCO.
Sold on account violation Revenue Laws.
B, M. MARSHALL & BBO.
TESTATE SALE BY ORDER OF THE
JJJ 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 o? MISOB LLANEOUS
WORKS, sundry articles of Sterling Silverware,
such as Spoons, Sugar-Dish, Tureens, Ac.
One Gold Watch. mayl0-wfw3
EJri) ?ooos, #c.
A R 6 A I N SI
LADIES' AND GENT'S HOSIERY.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ? CO. *
are odering full regalar made COTTON HOSE 36
cents per pair, value 40 cents.
An extra superfine Cotton Hose at 60 cents per
pair, value 75 cents; also, a large supply of Bal
brig?n and Lisle Hose, Gauze, Merino, Cotton and
Lisle Underwear, at corresponding prices.
RIBBONS I RIBBONS 1 RIBBONS 1
In all shades and widths, at greatly reduced
FUROHGOTT, BENEDICT ? GO.,
Nos. 244 and 437 King street.
pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
Are offering the larges; and most important and
cheapest stock of
HOUSEKEEPING AND HOCSEFURNISHING
that has ever been offered in this oity.
600 dozen fine Huck and Damask TOWELS
from $1 to $4, valne $126 and $6. Each dozen
win be found 20 per cent, lower than similar arti?
cles at any other establishment in me city.
Napkins only $1 26, worth $160.
Dollies only 75 cents, worth $1.
50 pieces White Piques only 18 cents, worth 36
50 pieces White Piques only 26 cents, worth 80
200 pieces White Marseilles 85 to 76 cents, valne
so cents to $l._'_
?pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT &, CO.
Are offering 60 pieces BLACK SILK GRENA?
DINE, which have been bought for cash from the
manufacturer at a great sacrifice, and will be sold
at 75 cents per yard, worth $112&
We would also state that we have reduced oar
entire and well selected stock of DRESS GOODS
AND SILKS to suit the present times.
Lace Shawls from recent Importation in large
variety at Importers' prices. _
J1URCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.
Are ottering 5 cases of 4-4 SHIRTING at 10 and
12)? cents, value 12ft and 16 cents.
2 casss of 10-4 Bleached Sheeting 87>? and 40
cents, value 60 cents.
loo rolls of White and Check Matting will be
sold Tor the next fourteen days.
4 4 White at 27 and 30 cents.
4-4 Check at 33 and 35 cents.
Oil Cloths are constantly on hand In all widths.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 King street, In the Bend.
oct31. No. 437 King street, corner Calhoun.
tailoring, irnrnisfiing (Soods, $?t.
PRING OPENIN G
MENKE & MULLER,
No. 325 KING STREET,
Have just opened an entire New Stock of
CLOTHS.CLOTHINO, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac,
for Spring and Summer.
Our Clothing ls a very large and fine selected
stock for Men, Youths and Boys, from-$5 to $60
per suit. The largest portion la of imported
goods and manufactured by ourselves; weean,
therefore, recommend them as regard flt, wear
OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
ls supplied with the finest selection of FOREIGN
AND DOMESTIC CLOTHS, DOESKINS, DIAGO?
NALS, TRICOTS, MELTONS, OHEVIi/TS, CASSI
MERES. Ac, and a very large atockofthe moat
fashionable Pant and Yest Patterns, which we
will make up to order by measure tn the latest
styles. Th? foreman lu this department or our
business has no equal In theartls?c world for cut
;ing and producing an elegant fit. t
This department is supplied with the celebra:ed
??TAR SII'HTS, Foreign aud Domestic Cnder
s iirt* and Drawer-, Silk and Thread Gloves, Linen
ucl ('.?por ?Jollars. Neckties, Bows.Scarfs, Pocket*
Handkerchiefs, Sucks, Umbrellas, Ac
Our stock has been selected with great care,
liol prices marked very low in plain figures.
Huye vs In our line wm find it to their advantage
rost vc us a cati before purchasing; elsewhere.
rr.;' x. ?-limos
3UI?JB POP !
DEATH TO RATS,
BOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHERS.
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold at Wholesale by
DO WIE. MOISE A DAVIS,
And at retail by all Druggists. febl-emo