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CITY AFFAIR S.
V Meeting? This Day.
Hook and Ladder, No. 1, at 7 A. M.
Hook and Ladder, No. 2, at naif-past T A. M.
Pioneer Fire Company, at 6 A. M.
Eagle Fire Company, at hair-past 6 A. SI.
Vigilant Fire Company, at * A. M.
German Fire Company, at 7 A. M.
Stonewall Fire Company, at 7 A. M.
Washington Fire Company, at half-past 7 A. M.
Palmetto Fire Company, at t'irec-quarters past
6 A. H. ?
.?Etna Fire Company, at 7 A. M.
Phoenix Fire Company, at 7 A. M.
Harton Fire Company, at 7 A. M.
Hope Fire Company, at three quarters past 6
Tyre Lodge, at half-past 7 P. M.
Knights of Pythias, at S P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
. J. A. Enalow <fc Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at
No. 24 Vendue Range, flour.
Wm. McKay will sell at io o'clock, at his store,
household furniture, Ac.
CITY MORTALITY REPORT.-The report of the
city registrar for the week end ia? May 18 ex?
hibits a total rf 20 deaths, of which nine we-?
waites and ll colored persons.
CRUMBS.-The New York Herald announces
the presence in that city at the St. James Hotel of |
Judge Carpenter and family, br Charleston.
The net prouts of the recenLGerman Shutzenfest
APPOINTMENTS BY THE GOVERNOR.-The fol?
io ...jpg appointments have been announced at the
Executive Department : Charles E. Curren, of j
Charleston, notary public. B. W. Macon, trial
justice or Chester county, vice W. M. McDonald,
FOB PHILADELHIA-THURSDAY.-The steamer
Empire will be dispatched for Philadelphia on
Thursday afternoon, at 4 o'clock; and arrange?
ments have been made to Insure through bills
lading for naval stores to Chicago, Milwaukle and
the Noithwest. Cotton as usual to Providence
RUNAWAY TN KING STREET.-Yesterday
morning, while Inspector Jenks was driving In
King street, near Berresford, bis' horse took
fright at a large quantity of bricks and mortar
piled on one side of the street, and ran ot!. He
had not gone far when the buggy ran against one
of the awning posts on the wes: c'/.e of the street,
and was overturned. Both shafts were smashed,
but no oones were broken.
CLUBS AND STARS.-James Kennedy and
T jomas Moony, lodged on the charge of havlug
stolen a boat, are held for examination.
B. Conly, reported for selling and retailing
liquor wi thom a proper license, was fined $10.
Daniel Plnckney, arrested for stealing cotton
from Mr. Coffin, on the Bay, was sentenced to be
detained ror two dayp.
Six fine fowls, stolen from a lady on Rutledge
avenue, have been recovered, and are at the De?
tective office, to be delivered to the owner.
REMOVAL OF FIXTURES.-A colored youth,
named William Brown was arrested, on Monday
night, and brought before the Mayor next morn?
ing, on the charge of larceny. The prisoner bad
entered an uninhabited house.in Berresford street
and deliberately tore down the blinds, sashes,
shutters, Ac. While carrying them off, be was
arrested by the detectives, and lodged in the
Guardhouse. Arter a partial bearing, the Mayor
referred the case to a trial just^ e ror prosecu?
SATLING OF THE GEORGIA.-TRUCK FARMERS
AIL HAPPT.-This commodious iron steamship,
Captain Crowell, left her pier a few minutes arter
6 o'clock last evening, with a good list of passen?
gers and an immense cargo, comprising about
5000 packages cotton, rice, naval stores, farm
truck, Ac. The farmers were very anxious when
tliey saw thc large movement of cotton. Ac, for
fear room would be scarce for their truck, bu1
the great caravan of barrels and boxes had no
trouble in securing comfortable freight quarters,
well ventilated and roomy. Between 3500 and
4000 packages of truck were shipped on the Geor?
gia, and yet there was room ror one or two thou?
THE LADIES1 MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION return
their earnest thanks to all who assisted them in
their observances of Me norial Day. Particularly
the gentlemen of the committee, to whose klad
and efficient aid they are deeply indebted; aso to
Mr. Purse, keeper of the Cemetery, for many fa?
vors; to Mr. Jackson, o.'the Charleston Hotel, and
Messrs. Graham, Gates an t Lehmkuhl, as also thc
Express Company, for carnages, wagons and
omnibuses; their constant friends, the Courier
and DAJLT NEWS, and to Hie preheats and their
gentlemanly officials of the South carolina and
Northeastern Railroads, do they still owe many 14
thanks for continued favors; to the president aud M
members of the .-survivors' Association for their
kiud co-operation in carrying out the object of
the Memorial Association, and to the board of <
managers of Magnolia Cemetery for a grant of "!
ground ror burial purposes, to each aad ail are <
thanks extended. *
Hotel Arrivals-Slay 1G.
H. E. Brace, Columbia, S. C.; J. L. McCullough,
T. w. Pollock, s. C.; F. A McCarthy, Greenville;
T. E. Hewitt, H. Lane, N. E. R.R.; W. H. Moncton,
Columbia, S. C.; John crabtre?, W. H. Strlcklln, ,
John Floyd. J. J. Nettles, S. C.; J G. McCall, wire, ,
child and servant, Miss McCall, Miss Sallie John?
son, L. 0. Dargan, Darlington, S. C.; E. c. LeDrolt,
E. S. Allen, N. Y.; D. H. Chamberlain, city; Jas.
Mullen, Columbia, J, C.; Mrs. ?arah Gooduougb,
Miss Carrie Goodnough, Geo. W. Gooduongh, N.
T.; K. R. Brew, Gen-, ral Ticset Ageut, Savannah,
Ga.; Mrs. K. R. Brew, Hy Glade, N. Y.; Mr. aud Mrs.
E. H. Poole, Miss Mary Poole, S. H. Harris, Pulla
del ph la; J. M. Moses, Savannah. Ga.
T. S. Mills, Ala.; . A. Todd, N. Y.; E. H. Goodah
Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Boyd, Miss M. S. Boyd', | j
Master A. S. Boyd, F. H. Stow and wire, N. Y.; A
Burt, S. C.; T. J. Steru, T. J. Hayward, S. C.; New?
ton Phillips, N. Y.; R. C. S. Sproul and wife, Mas?
ters Harry and Frank Sproul, Mrs. Eliza Snyder,
MUS 0. Donnell. N. y.; T. B. HymaD, N.e.; -R. W.
Newman and wife, N. Y.; J. N. Meredith, Ga.; Jno.
O'Neill, W. B. Scott, N. Y.; T. Murphy; Mrs. P.
McQueen ; J. W. Williamson, L. McIntosh, H. Mc
tiver W. E. James, R. C. Evaus, 0. E. McCall, Dar?
lington, S. C.; J. A Pe-ei km, W. E. Charles, D. D.
T. Niles, C. J. Garner, Myron "Fox, S. C.; L. A.
McCarthy and wife, Miss Anni? Rice, Savannah,
Ga.; Wm. Barter, S. L\ Ros3, N U.; T. S. DuPont,
Ga. ; A. J. Daveuport. S. C.; E. A. Marshall, M,
Polletzer, S. C.; and Metropolitan Firemen.
BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY ! - Furchgott,
Benedict A- Co., Nos. tm aad 437 Klug street, beg
to announce tba*. In order to reduce stock, they
are uow ottering all kinds of fine and staple Dry
Goods at lower prices than ever. The goods must
b sold without ?egard to cest.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-TEE NEWS Job Oflice
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
ousiness cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Seud yow orders. Every merchant and I.
oasiness man should h?ve ms card prtntet? ou
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS CHEAPER THAN* ETER ! 11
la Velvet and Leather bindings, 75 cent?; old
price90cents. In Velvet and Leather bindiags,
i? cents; old price $L In Velvet aud feather 1
bindings, $1; old price Si 25. In Velvet an. Lea- 1
tn cr blndlnRs, $120; old price $1 50.
HASEL ST. BAZAAR, AND NO. 161 KINO ST.
$100,000 dollars to be given away in land
and greenbacks, at the great Premium Land Sale.
Tickets for sale at EDWARD PERRY,
No. 149 Meeting street,
mayii-tnmw3 Opposite Charleston HoteL
THE VISITING FIB EM EN.
Their Reception by th? Delegation
fr o m the Charleston Fire Depart
mehi-The Preparations for thc Tour
nam?nt To-Day, o?c.
The Uetf.chment of the Metropolitan Steam
Fire Eugine Company, which at last determined
to accept tne invitation ol attemilug the tourna?
ment to-day, arrived In the etty yesterday arter
noon. Tills company is the guest of the Phoenix
and .Ema Compnules of this city, and the two
latter hasteued yesterday to meet the honored
members of the brotherhood n orn our sister city
with becoming courtesy. A cemmittee from each
or these co mpanies left the city in the morning on
the Savaunah and Charleston Railroad with sun?
dry imporiaut packages for the delectation and
refreshment or the travellers, and met the train
wit a their guests at Grahamville.
The Pho.'Dlx and Arlina Fire Companies were
the guests of the Metroplitan, when the two com?
panies visited the Forest City at the annual
parade las.t spring, and among the visiting de?
tachment many friends and, boon companions
were to be recognized. Taking tho train for this
city the Charlestonlans were soon lr the midst of
their guests, and the hours of travel were whiled
away in the interchange of social compliments
and pleasant reminiscences. ( .
At 4 o'clock, a delegation or five men and an
officer each from the Phoeulx, .?Etna, Pioneer,
Young America, Stonewall and Marion Steam
Fire Engine Cc .?panies, and from Hook and Lad?
der So. l, assembled at Cannonsboro' bridge,
under th? command of Presidents Wm. Alkea
Kelly and E. WU ts, aud. wita a fine band of
music, marched down to the Savannah & Charles?
ton Railroad wl:arf na the steamer crossed the
river. OE the lamd.g of the visitors,
President Edward Willis introduced them
to their escorts, aud they were welcomed
in a few brief remarks by Captain Wm. Aiken
Kelly, of the Phoenix. Mr. Holland, of the Metro?
politans. r?a; oudi'd lu an appropriate an I flatter?
ing address, and preceded by neck's Crass Band,
the line marched up Into the city-the visitors
in front, and the delegations from the city com?
panies taiing charge of the hose reel of the
The Metropolitans, firtee-: in number, are as
follows: R. IL Lewis, second vice-preside::t ia
command: W. T. Marshall, secretary; L. A. Mc
Carthy, engineer; J. Brooks. W. Clark, P. J.
Golden, J. H. Griffin, W. M. Gibbons, T. T. Hol?
land, G. M. Haynes, J. A. Lewis, J. G. Ro'ertSOD,
J. M. Rosewell, H. Yon Giana and A. J. Wragg.
They were escorted to the Charleston Hotel,
where tht detachment will stay during their
The Independents, or Columbia, were met at
the ?-ouih Carolina Railroad depot by delegations
from the Eagle, Washington. German, Hope, Pal.
mettoand Vigilant Steam Fire Englue Compa?
nies, and Irom Hook and Ladder Company, No. 2.
President McIntosh, of the Eagles, introduced
them, anc. they were welcomed hy Tr?pident
Bruns, of the Young America, in his o"ua' happy
style. President McKenzie, of the Independents,
and ex-Mayor of Columbia, responded in a few
f?licitons remarks, and their engine being manned
by the es' ort, the procession marched to the
Eagle Engine House. Tha visitors here enjoyed a
collation, ?ind their englue being quurtered with
that of thc Eagle, they proceeded to the Pavilion
Hotel. Tho company ls as follows: .
Officers-John McKenzie, presides!; John C.
Sntphen, vice-president; Daniel C. P<lxotto. sec?
retary; W. H. Monckton, first dlrectoi; Henry
Hennis, tldrd director; John F. antpheu, fourth
Membert-C. V. Antwerp. J. B. Smith, J. S.
Rawls. Jacob H Stelling. John H. Ste Ung, A. 0.
Monckton, J. A. Jackson, W. S. Morrlsaon, Wm.
McGumnls, Samuel Morris. R. S. Gilllland. T. L.
Mood. John T. Wright, C. J. Beck, N. pullman.
Chas. A. Bedell, w. Anderson, L. Maugmn.-H.
Frankr John Iv-*y, Harry Levy, James StokesrAY.
H. Cox, John Heise. George Green, James Mcdou?
gal, P. Cantwell, R. B. McKay, P. H. Melmbreese,
C. Hoefer. John McMillan, John F. Bt rd, N.
Levy. W. G. Bateman, W. O. Beck, Thos. Ballin?
ger, W, H. Denny. A. C. inquire, Jr.. W. H. Mood,
R. Y. -Nen), Lewis Levy. J. O.-Sutpbro, K. 0.
Smith,' Fr ink Miller. W. W; Deane, Masters R.
Morrison inda. P. Selby.
this morning will be one of -fh? finest spectacles
ever witnessed in this cuy. lt will be composed
?f uo less than thirteen st/.atucrs be;ongiug to the
city, besides the Independent Steam Fire Engine
Company or Columbia, and the Hose Reel of thc
Metropolitan of Savannah. The line will be
formed-at 8 o'clock A. M., ar, citadel Sq?ate, and
the procession.will move between ?? an?Tl?. Tue
line of march ls as follows : Dowa King tej?an:,
through Hasel' to Meeting, down- Meeting j.o
Brnad, trr-ough Broad to East Bay, up East Ray to
Queen, through ? Queen to corner of Meeting,
where the exercises will beglu.
:\, THE CONTEST
wlli,be ori: of thc wannest that has ever taken
place here, and thc winning company will have
to lay oat alL their strength and exhaust fhelr
[texterit? and*skill. We nave already heard or
unprecedented timo having been nude by one or
two comp mles; but alf have been" practicing ror
?vme"time, and will undoubtedly ?flow, grtaflni
?r?vemen : on their past record. The imposing
jaUows, with suspend'd parti-colored ghibe, hi>s
SesnYn position for some tithe near the comer of
[Buaberia'iKl and Meetlug streets, where lt marks 1
:he starting -point, and Us fellow opposite the
SbjH'leacbu Hotel stands equally suggestive. 1
Several Impromptu tents have also been errected,
md the whole city seems to be alive to.the great
jvent or tie day.
XE.BTING'OE CITY COUNCIL. -
A r?gulai* meeting of Council was held last
vening, at the usual hour. Present, the Mai or, 1
iud Aldermen Geddings, Potter, Cunnlgham,
lolloway, Voigt, Hampton. Colhus, Small, L. F. i
Vail, Thorue, Howard, McKinlay and Greene.x .. I
Alderman Greene rea i a petltlou of James F.
slattery, allowing that the assessment of taxes I
br 18?0 on his property was so-great that he had I
lot beeu able to pay lt; that he was now able to <
lo so, but asked to be relieve.! from the ?f'di- :
Ional penally of twenty per cent. Referred to
;he committee on retreuchmc-ut aud relief.
Alderman Volght presented a petition aigued by
nany peisous who had paid for their licenses io
?ell liquor, protesting against the erecildn ol
MMXba ar d the sale of liquors to-day ou Mee lug
itrect, near tho .icer.e of the firemen's tournament,
>y ?ersous who kept !" another part of the city,
ind asking that they be preveuied from doing so
The MM for staten that he had granted the prlvll
cge to taree persons who Iud paid for their lt
stnses, after conferring with the city appraiser,
)u condition of cio.iug their shops lu other purls
jf the doy and erecting tuese bootha.
After a long discussion the petition was refer?
red to tho Mayor, with power io act.
Alderman Codlna read .a p.t-tiou from the
Marion Fire Company, asking u proposal from tt;e
Jlty to purchase or rent their engine house, which
s owuci by the company, thu other engiras uiiug
iccomim.dated with houses furnished by the city.
Referred to a sp< clal committee of three.
Tue Mayor read a petition front ?Merman Jas.
P. Greene, asking leave of Obseuce for a few
uouths to visit his ugeu notier lu Ireland.
The petition of Alexander Roberts, trustte, tor
he renewal of certain city scvlp, was referred to
he committee ways and means.
Thepetl iou of the Plymouth Congregational
Church a?klag for the lighting of a street lump
lear the :hurch, lu Pitt street, north of Ball, ?vas
.cierren to tue committee on lighting the streets.
A communication offering a l it of laud, owned
ty G. E. Strohecker, >-u Lynch street, near the
mprovemetts made Uv the city ou the mill pond,
orsaletothecity for faoo, was rercrred to the
?ommlitee ou city ?ands.
A communication from.Thomas Grant calling
he attention of the board to the effects of the
>ad condition ufa nun.-, drain upou two lots on
Rutledge avenue, between Shepherd and' Line
itreets, was referred to the committee on streets.
OM moion. the coman iee ou contracta were
jrauted the privilege io advertise for estlma'es
ind contracts In the morning papers.
A communication from Patrick O'Donnell
Malm?ig au indebtedness from the city la thc su m
>f $1697 41, for work dune by him in paving Mar
cet street, between East Bay and State street,
was ordered, after aa exciting discussion, to be
Tue chairman of the committee on ways and
means presented bills to the amount of $531" 86,
which were ordered to be paid.
The committee on brick and wooden buildings
referred the petition of Mr. .Schlrmer back to
Council, recommending that it be granted as far
a3 relates to a temporary shed.
The same committee reported favorably upon
the petition of Mr! lierron as far as repairs, but
against allowing bim to resbingle. Reports
The same committee asked for further time to
act on the petition of Mr. Olaussen. which was
The committee on retrenchment and relief re?
ported on the petition or A. J. Salinas, recom?
mending that the penalty on his taxes be remit?
ted, and that his lot of land m Short street be
properly assessed. Adopted.
A communication from'the Board of Flremas
ters extending an invitation irom the steam fire
engine companies to the Mayor and Aldermen to
bc present and visit their exercises this morning,
An invitation to the Council from the Colored
Fire Department, to review their procession to'
morrow, at ll A. M., was also accepted.
The Mayor stated his Intention of being pres
eat at theBe parades, and hoped to see as many
Aldermen as possible.
Alderman Geddings called to the attention of
Council the assessment of the property for the
projected widening or East Bay, and stated that
many persons having heard what amount the
committee wa3 willing to give were anxious to
get their money. On motion the matter was re?
ferred to a special committee or three, consisting
ol the Mayor, the city attorney and the chairman
or the committee on streets, with power to act.
The bil! to reorganize and regulate the office of
civil engineer was called up and took Its second
reading by section?. The bill then took Its third
reading by Its title, and was ordered to be en?
grossed tor ratification.
An ordinance to amend an ordinance entitled
an ordinance to establish a health department,
ratified on 20th October, 1855, Increasing salaries
of ward physicians from $600 to $800, was duly
it v a x jr JB s a y o x i c ? a.
LADIES AND GESTS, who contemplate trav?
elling, are informed that we have a few of the
finest and most substantial Trunks ever offered;
also, Travelling Bags, lu great variety, and com?
mon Trunks of all description.
W. C. Cn A PM AN A CO.,
Star Shoe House, No. 442 King street.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
f l', $6 50 sad $S 50 per thoueand, according to
size, ar THE NEWS Job Office.
THE ATTENTION* OP WATCH-BUYERS is called
to our large stock of Waltha u Watches. These
Watches have been long known throughout the
United States as the best and cheapest in the
market All Watches guaranteed.
W. CARRINOTOX A Co.,
maris No. 258 King street.
CROQUET ! CROQUET ! ! CROQUET ! ! ?-Im?
mense reduction in price ! The largest Field
Croquet at $4.
HASBL STREET BAZAAR AND NO. 161 KINO ST.
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI !-A royal game of
india. HASBL STREET BAZAAR,
apr20 And No. 161 King Streer.
NEW YORK LEDOER, WEEKLI, SATURDAY
NIGHT and FIRE SIDE COMPANION, six cents a
copy, at No. 161 King street. may3
ATTENTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views
.>i Charleston and vicinity, at No. 161 King street,
ir nt the Hasel street Bazaar. novi'J
PECIAL BOOK NOTICE
FOO ARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
We arc offering great Inducements to Book
buyers. The whole or onr large and choice col
lection or Books, couststiug or:
THEOLOGICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
SUNDAY-SCHOOL LIBRARY BOOKS AND
have been rearranged and marked down in ac?
cordance .with the reduced prices of Northern
Wc ufler for the next SIXTY DAYS the further
Inducement of A LIBERAL DISCOUNT on all pur?
chases of Buoks amounting to FIVE HOLLAHS
and upwards. Our STOCK OF BOOKS, consists of
all the latest and best editions of STANDARD AND
NEW PUGI IOATIOXS.
OCR JUVENILE DEPARTMENT
ls particularly rich In good books (or the young.
We have recently made large additions to our
stock of BIBLES. The prices aro greatly reduced.
Weare now offering aa unusually lar^a variety of
English and American Family Bibles, Pocket
Bibles, and the Episcopal Prayer Book, at ex?
tremely low prices.
We ?re Si '*' Agents Tor several Sunday -
schoo! Publishing .louses, and have on hand sup?
plies ol their publications.
Ali varieties ot STATIONERY, and a rall assort
neut of SCHOOL BOOKS.
Our Store ls so arranged tliat visitors eau ex
iml'ie the stock at their leixure. 1 he price of each
>ook is marked so as to afford purchasers every
J?3- Persons residing In the country will please
jear in mind that by sending their orders to us
'or any books pubUstied In America, they will be
.harged only the price of the book. We pay for
lie postage or express.
FOG ARTI E'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 200 KING STREET (in the Bend,)
marii-tutlis Charleston, S. C.
iHilliucro, Hires sm aking, &t.
PEINGO PENIN G.
MRS. M . J . Z BRNO W
WILL OPEN TH I a DAY AT
No. 304 KING STREET,
A large and varied assortment <jf
To which Rle invites the atteution of the ladles
DRESSMAKING ATTENDED TO AS USUAL.
BRANCH OF MADAME DEMOKEST'S CELE?
BRATED PAPER PATTERN*.
S. B.-All orders recelve.prompt attention.
.jyj- A D A AI E LUZIER,
No. 238 KING ST HE ET, EAST SIDE, BETWEEN
MARKET ANO HASEL STA, (UP STAIRS.;
FINE FRENCH OORSMcf MADE TO ORDER.
Cigars, 8tobacro, &t.
QIGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, A.c.
Die undersigned. Proprietor of "EMPEROR
WILLIAM ClG.ill EMPORIUM," No. 310 KtU2
street, three doors south of Sucletv street, respect?
fully stales to tue Smoking, o ewing audSnuf
ling public, that he has concluded to offer extra
inducements to Wholesale and Ketatl Consumers
of CIGARS, TOBACCO, .SNUFF, Ac, by disposing
of his Stock at such prices as tu secure a large
and reliable trade. AU extensive a..d complete
as>ortmi Dt of ult articles la his line of business la
t ept constantly on hand, giving a faculty of
mung, without delay, all orders extended to him.
accompanied with lash or draft on responsible
houses tn the city. Purchasers are requested to
examine his perfect stock before trading else?
where. WM. .-H.RI iDfc'R,
proprietor or Emperor William Cigar Store.
rjr"o ?. R ty' K, B K
STEAM FIRE ENGINES
The following Companies having enter d /or
Distance Playing, Messrs. A. B. JARVIS, J. C.
LACOSTE and E. R. WHITE, will act as Judges:
The contest will take place from the Fire Wei
corner King and Broad street, immediately after
the run on tim?is made.
M. H. NATHAN, 1
R. M. ALEXANDER, | Committee
C. P. A1MAR, }. of
L. F. O'NEILL. I Arrangements.
B. M. STROBEL, j
P 3AND TOURNAMENT
STEAM FIRE ENGINES
MAY 1TTH, 1871.
Companies will assemble at tue Citadel Square
at 8 o'clock A. M., preclseley, and form tn line ac?
cording to Charter:
Committee of Arrangements.
Hook and Ladder No. l.
Pioneer Steam Engine Company.
Independent Steam Fire Engine Company of
Eagle Steam Engine Company.
Vigilant Steam Engine Company.
Phoenix Steam Engine Company.
Metropolltau Steam Fire Engine Company of
.Etna Steam Engine Company.
Hook and Ladder No. 2.
Marlon 9team Eugine Company.
German Steam .Engine Company.
Palmetto Steam Engine Company.
Hope Steam Eugine Company. *
Washington Steam Engine Company.
Stonewall S:earn Engine Company. .
Young America- Steam Engine Company.
Line or marra down King to Hasel, through
H'isel 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 |
will commtnee in therollowlng order.
I. Pioneer Steam Fire Engine Company, Clapp A
Jones, builders. New York.
2. Eagle Ste-im Fire Eugine Company, Button A
Blake, builders, Waterford, N. Y. '
3. Vigilant steam Fire Engine Company, Silaby
Manufacturing Company, builders, Seneca
Falte. N. Y.
4. Phoenix Steam Fire Engine Company, William
Jeffers, builder, Pawtucket, R, I.
5. jEtua Steam Fire Engine Company, Clapp Sc
Jon's, builders, New York.
6. Marlon Steam Fire Engine Company, Clapp Sc
Jones, builders, New York.
7. German Steam Fire Eugine Company, Amos
keag Manufacturing Company, builders,
Manchester, N. H.
8. Palmetto Steam Fire Engine Company, Amos
keag Manufacturing Company, builders,
Manchester, N. H.
0. 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.
II. Stonewall Steam Fire Engine Company, Amos
keag Manufacturing Company, builders,
Manchester, N. H.
12. Young America Steam Fire Englue Company,
SUsby Manufacturing Company, builders,
Seneca Falls. N. Y.
ORDER OF EXERCISES.
1st. Steamer will start from Meeting street,
near the Circular Church, running three hundred
(300) yards, with twenty (20) pounds of steam at
the start, with Ave (6) men to thc one thousand
(1000) pounds weight of the Engine, reeling off
and uncoupling one hundred (100) fee*
or hose at the termination or the three
hundred (SOO) yards. Taking suction at
the drain pit opposite Hay ne street, and playing
one hundred (100) feet or water; as soon as the
hundred reet of water ts obtained the time will be
called by the time Judges, Messrs. A. H. Hayden
and Juo A Wagoner, and marked on a board in a
conspicuous place. Messrs. A. Cameron and E.
Forgeaud will act as starting Judges, assisted by
Messrs. R. M. Alexanderand C. P. Al mar; Messrs.
M. H. Nathan, F. L. O'Neill and B. M. Strobel will
assisi the time Judges. All discharge pipes to be
left opeu at thc time or startlag, cover or drain
pit to be lirted ror the uso of each Company by
jome member starting with Engine or Ho^e Reel.
2d. All reels must have three hundred (300) reet
Dr hose to start with. No member pulling on the
reel will be allowed lo handle the Eugine. Coup?
ling or hose not being considered as handling;
reels to start at the same time and ou a Hue with
ihe Englue; unreeling of ose to commence when
the reel reaches the drain' pit.
3d. Engine to come to the stand with cold
water, and Are and steam up there; when twenty
pounds (20) of steam ls reached the start must be
made. Correct steam gauges to be used, subject
to examlnailon by the Judges. Companies to use
my coupi ng they see tit, and no restriction as to
the number of meu milling on the reel, lu no
:ase will a second trial be allowed. The decision
if thc Judges must be Anal, lu case, however, of
in accident happening to the Engine before the
Trial comes off, the Judges are empowered to
:hatige Its turn, so that the run ls not altogether
4th. After the run and play, each steamer will
pe allowed ten (10) minutes to retire from the
Jraln pit. No members of any compaules will be
?Glowed within the enclosure, except members of
the Company on ruu, and the Officers and Mem
pers of all Compaules are earnestly requested to
pay particular attention to this part of tue pro?
sib. Companies will hand tu the weight of En?
mities by the loth of May,'to the Committee of
arrangements. Vice-Presldeuts ol each Company
will act wita the starting Judges, so as io sec
that Engines are nil r gut according to the rules
stn. Prizes will be awarded to the winning
Companies by General Jno. A. Wageuer, inimedi
ite.y uficr the closing of tue exercises, to the First
md Second Company making the best and second
best time. All Communies irom this and oilier
Miles enter into cumpeiittou for all tnePiizes;
iu audition tu wuicli a special Prize wdl be awar?l
t \ to ttic'succeBsful visiting Company. A Prize
will be given Cor the best distance plavltig, all
Englues to enter without classing. A Prize will
be given by the Pioneer Steam Engine Coiu
pauv to the Company who shad leave Hie grounds
lu the quickest lime otter the ruu hus beeu
7th. Engines entering for distance must do so
by the 15th instant. No resirlctlou will be made
is to thc amount of steam to be curried. The
play will tK through loo reet uf hose, and
iach Engine allowed tuteen minutes to oe at the
wen. After the Euglues have made the tun,
those Companys who enter for distance can re?
tire to thc wei., corner Broad uud King streets,
iud olav tor distance.
8th. lu the event of a tie run between two or
more Knemes, the run wid be mude over, fl the
L-'ompanies du not desire to rim again, the Judges
;an decide as to thc Prizes in cunuectiou with the
Jomiuandlug Officers uf the Companies.
Each Company will appoint au officer to assist
the Committee or Arrangements in keeping the
Visiting companies will be allowed to select
their own time lor the run.
Citizens -vre requested to keep on the sidewalks
WEICHT OK EN?INKS AND SCMBKK OP MES EACH
COMPANY IS E.HTITLKl> TO.
Weight. No. Men.
Independent (Columbia).doo. 30
Young America.MW 32
It ls particularly requested that Hie members of
:ompauleson the run will not cry thc time. As
mon as the distaucc or 100 reet or water is 00
luined, time will be called <j the Judges and a
white nag dipped. Companies will bring their
lose-pipe up to the loo feet mark'from the drain
Ea<M) company will appoint one officer and dve
men, ta appear In uniform, for the purpose of rc
Miring the vJslilug companies.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
M. H. NATHAN.
R. 4L ALEXANDER, C. P. AIM AR,
F. L. O'NEILL, B. M. S1 R?BEL.
Shirts an? ?nrmsfjmg (Kooos.
gT^^THE PLACE FO?*DJW;'PRIONS'."" "g
Fit. Quality nn,d Work Guaranteed.
? Latest New Yors and London Outs.
SHIRTS. _ "
Order your shirts now, before the to;
Q SHIRTS. I
Shirts. Collars, Drawers, Night Shirts.
Made to Orders and Ready-Made.
Y SHIRTS n
At less price than any othor nrst class
Men's Furnishing Giods at
? SHIRTS T
SCOTT'S SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Meeting street, opposite Market.
iUro (Boobs, &t.
FI?RCHGOTT? BE?VBDICT & CO.
Nos. 244 and 437 KING- ST.
BEG TO A V VOl M K
THAT IN ORDER
TO REDUCE STOCK,
THEY ARE NOW OFFERING
ALL KINDS OF
FANCY & STAPLE
LOWER PRICES THIN EVER.
TH E GOODS
MUST BE SOLD,
WITHOUT REGARI) TO COST.
tailoring, i'nrnisliing ?ooos, &t.
g PRIN G ON? ? NT?GT.
MENKE & MULLER,
No. 325 KING STREET,
Have Just opened an entire New Stock o?
CLOTHS, CLUTHINQ, FURNISHING GOODS, ic,
for Spring and bummer.
Our Clothing ls a very large aud One selected
slock for Men, Youths and Boys, from $5 to $Si
per snit. The largest portion is of Imported
goods and manufactured by ourselves; weean,
therefore, recommend them os regard flt, wear
. OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
ls supplied with the finest selection of FOREIGN
AND DOMESTIC CLOTHS, DOESKINS, DIAGO?
NALS, TRICOTS, MELTON'S, CHEVIOTS, OASSI
MERES, ic., and a very large stock of the most
fashionable Pant and Vest Patterns, which we
will make np to order by measure tn the latest
styles. The foreman In this department of o'nr
business has no equal lu theartlsUc world for cut
ting and productug an elegant fit.
This department ls supplied with the celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Foreign and Domestic Under?
shirts and Drawers, Silk ami Thread Gloves, Linen
and Paper Collars, Neckties, Bows.Scarfs, Pocket
Handkerchiefs, bocks, Umbrellas, Ac.
Our stock has beeu selected wlih great care,
and prices marked very low in plain figures.
Buyers In our Une will lind it to their advantage
to give us a call before purchasiug elsewhere.
*3oots, 51]oce, &t.
guofri, "SHOES AND~TC??NKST~
Recelvlug ..ila day per Steamships Georgia,
from New York, Fall River, irom Philadelphia,
assorted Invoices of FINE ROO I'S AND SHOKS.
In addition to the choice selection always in
.-?tuck 1 keep those CABI.'J SCREW"WIRE WATER
bold Cheap at EDWARD DALY'S,
marja No. 121 Meelina street.
By Fall River Steamship from Philadelphia tills
day 1 am receiving a iresn supply oi those Geut:s
Hand-Sewed Magic Fitting FRENCH CALF
ROOTS. With much time and labor, 1 have the
same for Boys and Gents.
mar22 No. wi Meeline stree:.
<J\0 THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Please inform thc numerous readers of your
paper that the AMERICAN GAITER, Patented, or
t tie Shou ot the Futnre, is a success. To supply
Hie demanda of tue Trade, another Invoice to-day
by Fall River, from Philadelphia.
Sold by KOWARI) DALY,
mar22 No. IUI Mwtmir street.
CABLE SCREW WIRE
BOOTS & SHOES,
For Wet Weather, For Dry Weather,
For Youths, > For Aire,
For Gentlemen, For Ladies,
For ' he City, For the Country,
For Riding, For Walking,
For Fishing, For Hunting.
SOLO HY DKALERS VYE RY WHERE.
See tnat every one boara the Patent Stamp,
CEtotrjittg ano irnrniBrjing ?oobt.
C O Tu Ht Jk. R S .
SANES AND UMBRELLAS
TRtM?S & TRAVELLING fiJGS
OF THE ABOVE GOODS IN THE
AND AT PRICES TO SUIT.
J. H. LAWTON ft CO.,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BCTLMNgJ
No. 291 KING STREET,
CORNER OP WENTWORTH.
An ex te DJ Ire assortment of
SPRING- AND SUMMER
made up Tor Hie trade or this city, now offered at
LOW PRICES. In the stock will be found tue
following styles of suits :
SCOTCH CHEVIOT .HORNING AND DiRBY
French Batiste Sluming and Derby Suits
Silk Mixed Morning and Derby S-ilts
Diagonal and Crape Coating Morning and Derby
Blue and Biack Flannel Morning aud Derby Suits
Light Mixed Cassltnere Morning ann Dei by suits.
BOYS' m mm sm
SACKS, DERBY AND MORNING COAT SUITS,
for ages of from 5 to 17 yeats.
A full supply of nil kluds-UNDERSHIRTS AND
DRAWERS, ? LOVE-., S'-ARFS M A'S, .tc, of the
STAB SHIRTS AND COLLARS
A FULL SUPPLY OF ALL QUALITIES.
Offers FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
SUMMER CLOTHS, COATINGS, BATISTE, CHE?
VIOT AND FANCY CASSIMERES, of sele-.st pat?
terns and shades, willoh wlli be made to order In
tue best manner, at MODERATE PRIOES.
B. W. MoTUttEOUS, Superintendent.
Unction Sales--Krj is Sarj.
FLOUR ! FLOUR J : FLOUR ! - FOR
account of Underwriters and aUconc?rued.
THIS MORNING, the lita instant, at io
o'clock, will be sold in front df store No. 24 Ven?
due Ranee, for account of Underwriters and all
206 b bis. FLOUR. Damaged on royase of Im?
portation per Schooner'-, from Baltimore.
Bj W. T. LEITCH & E. S, BR?KS, '
SALE OF CROCKKLiY AT No. 29 HAINE"
m, STREET CONTINUED,
wu. be sold on THURSDAY, isth mate, at 10
" T^,?,A??N0E 0F STOCK on hand of Messrs. W.
G. WH1LDEN A CO., at No. 29 Hayne street.
Bj W. MeKAY.
TT7ILL BE SOLD THIS DAT, AT. No.
YT 140 Meeting street, at 10 o'clock,
A lot of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, 'Sundries.
Notions, Ac. The owner being about to leave the
city, the articles must be sold this day. may n
Portion Sales*"-Sntnxe Daus
ESTATE SALE-A SC HO ONER-RIG GED
SAIL BOAT, Ac.
on FRIDAY, 19th. Instant, wul be sold on Ac?
commodation wharf, at ll o'clock, on account of
A Schooner-rigged SAIL BOAT, 27 feet long and
8 feet 4 inches beam, with sails, Ac., complete.
1 YAWL BOAT, 17 feet long
I pair large Iron Davits. '
Bj MLES DRAKE.
SALE FOR ACCOUNT OF UNDERWRIT?
ERS and all concerned,
on THURSDAY, at 10 o'clock, I will selL with?
out reserve, at my Store, corner of iring and Lib?
erty streets, for account of Underwriters and all
2 cases MERCHANDISE, consisting of Heavy
Overcoats, Casslmere and Union Sack Coats, Satv
net and Casslmere Pants and Vests. Hlokory and
Belknap Shirts, L. B. Shirts, White Merino Under?
shirts, Ladles', Gents', Misses', Boys' sud Chil?
dren's Hose, Brown Linen. Plain Swiss, Red Fian>
nel, Jean. Satinet, Casslmere, Figtred Lawn*
Ladles' and Gents' Kit, Silk, Lisle Thread and
Berlin Gloves, Shirt Front?, Corsets, Madras Hand?
kerchiefs, Tablecloths, Bows, L. c. and Hemstitch
Handkerchiefs, Men's, Boys' and Children's Straw
Hats. Ladies' Hats, Ac.
The sale will be continued on FRIDAY, consist?
ing of 60 cases and cartoons Boots and Shoes, and
12 cases Felt and Wool Hats.
Terms cash before delivery. Sale positive.
B. Wi MARSHALL & BRO.
ESTATE SALE BY ORDER OF THE
Executor-Valuable Library and Silver
On THURSDAY, the 18th Instant, at half-past 10
o'clock, will be sold at No. 83 Broad street,
A valuable collection of. MISCELLANEOUS
WORKS, sundry articles of Sterling Silverware,
such os Spoons, Sngar-Dlsh, Tureens, Ac
One Gold Watch._mayl7-wfwth4
Bj W. T. LEITCH.* R. S. BRUITS.
SALE OF JEWELRY. ^ CROCKERY,
China, Silverware and Fahey Goods, con?
tinued nightly, at Store cf Messrs. W. G. Whlldea,
The above sale will commence on FRIDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock. _mayl7
Bj W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE LOT?
east side of Meeting street, at Auction, by or?
der of the board of Directors.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, the 28d instant, at
the Old Poatomce Broad street, at ll o'clock.
Tn e LOT OP LAND, situate on the east side of
Meeting street, between Cumberland and Queen
streets, one door south of the Ciro ular Church,
and known as the South Carolina Institute Lot,
measuring 80 feet on Meeting street by iso feet In
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay ns for papers and
stamps. ?. may 13
Iffenspapeis, ?togajmes, &t.
FOR MAY NOW READY.
CONTENTS AS VARIED AND INTERESTING
Price-For single number...26 cents
Per annum.$2 00
For sale by
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
Pu bushers, No. 3 Broad street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE.
Drugs ano Jttecicines.
0 TH BE SI "
For your Children, use none other than the
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL.
Mit contains no Anodyne. For sale by the
anti facturer, Da. H. DAER.
And also to be bad at all Drug Morea ._
Q.ERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL 1
AN INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR INFANTS I
This ls the best Medicine for young children
suffering with Colic, Diarrhoea, or any other com?
plaint, iu ideut to Teething. It may be given
with safety, as lt contains no opium, oi other in?
Price, 26 cents a bottle.
Manufacture! and for sale by
DE. H. BAER.
Also by the following Druggists:
A. W. ECKEL A CO., Dr. A. RAOUL,
Dr. W. A SKRINE, A O. BARBOT,
W. T. LITTLE A 00., J. BLACKMAN,
P. M. COHEN, Dr. E. H. KELLERS,
E. S. BURNHAM, GRAMAN A -CHWAKE,'
G. AV. AIMAR, J- LOCKWOOD,
G. J. LCHN, W. T. LINN, .
W. A. GIBSON,
And by Druggists generally._jan2
JpRENCH PATENT MEDICINES.
Prepared by Grimault A Co., Pans :
SYRUP OF HYPOPUOSPHATE OF LIME, a 80?
erlgn remedy In phthisis-relieves, Coughs,
?uarana. for headache, neuralgia Ac
Pepsine, for indigestion, loss of appetite, Ac.
Iodized Syrup of Horseradish, Invaluable fe*
persons unable to take Codltver OU-especially
recommended tn cutaneous affections, and as a
most powerful depuratlve. -
Digestive Lozenges of the Alksline Lactates, a
pleasant and effective remedy for functional de?
rangement Of the dlgeHU ve orgairi.
Troches of Pepatue ann Paucreatlne.
PURGATIF LE ROT, Pharmacie Cottle
VOM m F LE ROY, Pharmacie Onttic.
Drages de Sautonlve.
Dragees de Morphine.
Lancelot's Asthma Cigarettes.
For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
mayiw No. 131 Meeting stre"V
No DYE !
Insures Healthy and vigorous Growth. War?
ranted ,;ot to contain LEAD, Sulphur, or any
other Injurious Drug.
The Excelsior Hair Tonic will keep the head
Wear ol Dandruff, prevent the falling out of the
Hair and give lt a soft and beautiful gloss.
lt hi not injurious to the health of the user, nor
ls lt greasy anil filthy like many of the prepara
lions a* pre-ent offered as Hair Renewers.
Manufactured by DR. H. BAER,
Whole-ate sud i elad Druggist.
>c. tai Meeting street, Charleston.
Price per bottle 60 cents.
N. B.-Ail the preparations manufactured by
UK. H. BAER aro in accordance with formulas
given by distinguished Physician-, and have been
. objected to long and careful trial. They are no
secret remedies, sad he ls at all times prepared to
submit these formulas to members of me profes?
sion, or others desiring such information.
SUPERIOR COLOGNE WAT 15 R.
Manafastrjied and for saw oj
Dr. H. BAER.
runt 1*1 %?MMT.I->V irrfleA.
AND IRON PILLS.
For sale by ??? H- s*?*"?,
jaula Mo. 131 .ueettLK street
T^LBMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
jp (SANTONIN E.)
They*- purely vegj??ai? T
.lest 'ti v.se. For eale by Di. H.
.icu .u use. ? So. 131 Me-....? street.
<v <. vee
MEDICINE CHESTS, PHYSICIANS' SADDLE?
Por aale by DB. B. BAER,
mario No. 131 Meeting Street.