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BOOTHAT THE A CADEMI
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A Good Hons? Notwithatandli
^ Weather. '
Tn*r. Junios Brutus. Be^thfwas gte?
evenin g at iris second appearance wit
large house, considering the thn
weather at the hour of commencera
the driving rain that had prevailed du
afternoon. . The ^play wa.^ Much Adc
NqthiDg. with Mr. and Mri Booth res
ly Sis Benedict: and Beatrice". Both
stars achieved a notable success, the
the airy, railing, but vulnerable so
women being admirably rendered; whl
Booth's Beatrice was an Impersonation
archness, spirit and elegance. The
soliloquy by Benedick In the garden, 1
buscade, and bis sudden and miraculot
version were especially fine pieces of
The support was eoo& anjjLjte^ Si
aa the wlty3fra^fcor, Jfpn . Joho, Mr. L. R
ell as Doh Pe?r^, Mr. Mitchell as Claud
Ur. Howard asj Dogberry, acquitted
selves ^?cui?By weJL. ,':
This evening will be' presented the ]
riohaM-I?t Mr. Booth,'In the titi
which he has made peculiarly his own.
The German Church Benefit
A rare dramatic treat 1B promised
amateur performance by the Brude
Bnnd of Schiller's great play. "The Bot
at the Academy of Music, on the even
Friday, the 19th Instant, for the benefit
new German Church. The piece isr.i
active preparation, and the recent rent
afford-a proof that lt will be careful
faithfully put upon t^e stage, and cree1
performed. The price of admission hat
platted at one dollar for all parts of the 1
with an additional charge of fifty cents 1
served seats. '/ ?j |.< jVp S ?l \ :
The Commencement Ball.
The love.and .respect ,ln which th
Charleston College Ir held by the soi
daughters of Charleston, and the er: thu
with which its celebrations are always li
were strikingly exemplified last night 1
brilliant assemblage wbiih graced the Fr
Bcbaftsbund Hall at the Commencemen
of 1872. In the early part of the evenir
weather was as bad as that which, necees!
the postponement of the Commencemei
erclses; but the raina ceas?d, and the c
blew over in time tey 'cool ihe atmospher
afford as delightful an''evening aa
most ardent could have desired. The spa
and brilliantly illuminated hall was soon
with guests, and presented an array of yi
grace and loveliness, which would comp!
admiration ot a misogynist. " The "bali
everything that the most sanguine could
anticipated,' and'will be remembered ai
tile beauty and fashion bf Charleston a
ball o? the season. The management was
feet. The dignified courtesy of the Jun
and their close attention to their manlfoli
ties, were highly appreciated among
guests, and did honor to themselves.
The Firemen's Parade.
Pursuant to call a meeting of the Steam
Department, represented by three mern
from each company, was held last even
at the hall ol Hook and Ladder No. 2
Wentworth street. Major E: Willis was ct
to the chair, and a lengthy discussion was
a? tc?-whether the department should ha
parade, and, If so, when and how. It wt
length decided that the parade should t
place on the 8th of May, with. the same
gramme as for the parade of last year,
committee of arrangements, consisting ol
director from each company, was then
pointed, whose names will be found in the
verllsement in another column. A meetln
this committee ls called for this evening,
following gentlemen were appointed a c
mutee on finance : Messrs. R. C. Barkley,
Ferguson, A. W. Lewin, A. T. Smythe and
.THE SOCDER ART GALLEY, In King stn
opposite Hasel street, ls now in condition
execute photographs, porcelain types i
every variety of portrait In a style which c
not anywhere be surpassed. The instrume
are of'the newest description, and the acct
plished artists of the establishment finish
pictures with a tasteful delicacy which
highly attractive. A more complete est
ment cannot be fooud In the Southern State
FOR PHILADELPHIA, TO-MORRCW MOUNT
The fast screw steamship Wilmington, Capt)
Holmes, will leave Union wharves oo Thu
day? morning', nth instant, at half-past ni
o'clock, -Tor-Philadelphia, taking cotton a
other freights to Boston and the New Ec
land dtles upon accommodating terms'. '
CLUBS AND 8TARS.-The Mayor's Court y
teri ay presented' another gratifying instan
of the quiet which reigns supreme throughc
the city." From the upper wards not a sim
case waa reported, and from the lower war
the offenders were all dumb animals. A so
~ tory GOW, found promenading in White Poi
Garden, was fined one dollar, and one gui
dian of the peace bad a lively chase after soo
ruminant animals of the genus Capra, wbii
were amusing themselves on Gadsder
wharf. Four of the hircine quadrupeds we
captured, and were set free upon a pay me.
of fifty cents per bead by the owners.
"BUT TAM WAS GLORI?OS."-On Saturdi
afternoon a young man whose convivial habi
had belora entangled him tn sundry scrape
hitched up his mule and cart and started, wit
a load ot lumber, for the Four Mile nous
He delivered his lumber, but, enticed by fe
Uve inducements, he Indulged -in some bev
rages at the h*nse. Returning with his teai
along the road, he stopped at another sma
house, about dusk, and leaving his mule au
cart at the door, went In to refresh himsel
When the time came (or bim to - go, his mul
and cart bad disappeared. He took the roa
to tho eley and while meditating upon the ut
certainties of life, overtook his mule, con:
pletely harnessed, walking leisurely hom?
How the mole and cart got separated, an
what has become of the cart, are things whlci
the future must develop. That young mai
ha*not yetheard.of lt, and the mule ls prc
voklngiy silent on the subject.
CRUMBS.-The Charleston Library Soclet.
did not transact-any business yesterday.
City six per cent stock was sold yesterda;
morning, at anctlon, by Leitch & Bruns, fo
Robert Ford was sent to Jail yesterday, b;
a trial justice, for the theft of a vest and pat
The booths of the Sch?tzenfest will be dla
posed of this afternoon, at three o'clock, at int
Platz. The competition ls great, and a live]]
time is expected.'
The weather yesterday was particular!]
disagreeable. In the morning, it was wincrj
and dusty, and in 'the afternoon a driving
rain began which lasted all the evening. ' '
Yesterday morning the wheel of a heavy
baggage wagon struck the awning In front ol
Mr. Johnson's store in King street, near Lib?
erty, and ?carried away the whole affair.
The Enterprise Railroad Company will meet
on Wednesday, the 17th Instant, at the Hall
of the Bank of Charleston, instead of at their
office, aa previously advertised.
The sommer term o? the College of Charles?
ton begins to-day, and candidates for admis?
sion Into the Freshman and Sophomore classes
are notified to present themselves at the presi?
dent's room at tau o'oiock thia morning.
THE COVETS YESTERDAY.
TAO Circuit Court nt a Stand-Stll
^?Kn-?KInx Ca ? t? In Prtparatlc
In the United States Court yesterc
very little business "was transacted,
tact this court appears to ta ave con
' 8tand-3tlll In consequence or the non
j.of J od ga. Bond,, who was expected,to,
; on Monday : night, to preside ?ayer t
jpreaching-trials bf the. Ku-klux caa*
a curious COD fl ict of dates in the law T
to the holding of United States Courts,
of the United States i!'Circu?V?Cp?rt Is~o
to be held at Richmond, Virginia, beg
on the first Monday of April In each yet
a term ol the United States Circuit Com
sided over by the same judge, ls also 01
to be begun at Charleston, S. C., on th
Monday of April ia each year. Under
circumstances Judge Bond has the opt
which court he shall hold first, and lt
that he has chosen to begin at Bichmont
expected, however, to be able to co m ph
most important business before the co
Richmond during the first week of thi
term, and then come to Charleston so
arrive hore on Monday night; but lt a]
that he has been obliged to chance thic
gramme, and the date of his arrival ht
now a matter of some uncertainty.
la the meantime, Judge Bryan, wi
been holding the Circuit Court here sin
1st instant, has disposed ot all the cai
the docket, with the exception of the Ku
cases, and there is now but little for the
to do until the arrival of the circuit J
District Attorney Corbin and his asslstau'
Earle, are Industriously engaged in .pr
nary examinations ot witnesses, (and, t
way, are permitting an Intolerable nul
by keeping* a crowd of ill-conditioned at
mannered negro witnesses walting o
sidewalk in front of their office, on Me
street. ) and in preparing their cases for1
sentatloo to the grand Jury. It is under
that avery large-number of cases are in
aration, and that most of the persons si
be I mp! le a tod have 'ai rea dy been arre
Among the counsel who are expected ti
fend these defendants are Colonel F
McMaster, of Columbia, and Messrs. Bi
Buist, Pre s si ey, Lord & ID gie s by and SI
tonds Barker, of this city.
- j The Inferior Court?
In the Inferior Court, yesterday, Ji
Lewis "waa tried upon ' charges of mall
trespass; and ol assault with intent to kill
assault and battery, and found not guili
william- Frasier wai tried for grand lar
and found guilty, with a recommendatlc
..mercy. ' ' . >*?'( ? ?fl" il
The case of John H. Grotheer was struct
the docket upon payment of costs, and
cases of Joseph Truall, A. Marochetti
Peter Collins, charged with assault and
imprisonment, were struck off uncondi
: A number ef witnesses were absent, ai
the preceding day, and attachments were
dered to be Issued against them.
The grand Jury returned true bills of int
meut against James Harvey and Henry Ba
for assault with intent to kill and assault
battery; Sabey Cash, for petty larceny.
Samuel Smalls and John Parker, grand lai
ny. No blU was found against Ellzat
Court of Common Fleas.
IO tho Court o'1 Common Pleas, held
Judge P.. F. Graham, the following calen
will be called to-day : Wm. Blalock vs. Jc
Meyers et al; Eugene A. Boye et al, vs. M
Ann E. Mulcahy; Alston P. Kllpstlen vs. Tl
P. Jerman, trustee; Robert Austin vs. J. M
B. Ward, et al; Theodore D. Wagner et al,
the State Bank. _
. ExBormvE APPOINTMENTS.-The Govert
bas appointed Jobn J. Carrington sheri!
Newberry County, vice Thomas J. Payslng
defaulter. H. P. Johnson has been apppln
.notary public ot Greenville County. D.
Phifer has resigned his position as com
commissioner ol Newberry, and Mr. Sim?
Young has been appointed t J the sa
j THE SURVIVORS' ASSOCIATION.-The ann
meeting of the Survivors' Association
Charleston District will be hela in the hall
the Charleston Library at noon on Fr lc
next The anniversary supper will take pit
at night. Tickets for the supper may he
talned Irom the committee of arraugemen
which consists of Messrs. T.- G. Barker, F.
Dawson, A. vv. Marshal, Jr., James Ar
Strong, Jr., and Daniel Bavenel, Jr.
BABBITT'S BEST SOAP.-A thousand Charl
ton housekeepers have 1 een delighted wi
the sample tablets of Babbitt's soap, wi
which any person may "Washee ! Washee
the whole city without hurt to the hands
Injury to the temper. It ls adapted to use
the kitchen, laundry and bath room;'it J
moves stains from gloves, dresses, and i
k lads of clothing; lt ls Invaluable to znachlnii
and those who use Inks and oils; lt may
used in hard or salt water, and in ali climat*
The sole maker ls B. T. Babbitt, Nos. 64 ai
74 Washington street, New York.
THE CIGAR B->X CASES.-The sixth and la
ot the parties entrapped into selling a wort
less cigar box, without having first obliteran
the revenue stamp?, was disposed ol belo
the United States commissioner yesterda
AB usual the defendant showed that the bc
was sold by one of his clerks, (a new hand :
the business,) without his knowledge and
his absence, and he was iorthwlth discharg -<
The Informers .visited several other strn
with base designs, but did not succeed in the
schemes. At one place they asked for a clg<
box, Baying they wanted lt to keep whit
mice in. The clerk handed them oue wit
the stamps all torn off, and the back also. Th
they refused, saying lt would not suit Tb
law against the receiver ot therre articles !
even more stringent than against the sellei
but none of the Informers Lave yet bee
Tas RIFLE CLUB PARADE.-The. prellmlm
rles lor the proposed parad? of thc? Washing
ton Light Infantry, Sumter and Palmett
Guard Rifle Clubs on next Saturday, have a
been perfected, and if the weather shoul
prove propitious a gala day ls anticipated
The several clubs will assemble at elgh
o'clock, and after a parade through the pria
clpal streets will repair to Mount Pleasant
and the remainder of the day will be epen
among the groves of that pleasant retreat
The marksmen have been practicing lor som<
time, and the crack shots are anticipating th
ownership of sundry pieces of silver as tb?
reward of their prowess. Tully has been en
gaged to supply the best the market afford
for the three clubs, who will unite on thi
knife and fork exercise. A Joint prize o? ?
silver cup will be given to the best shot of th?
three clubs, while the several clubs have se
lected pieces of silver and other articles o
jewelry as prizes for those of their nnmbei
who can strike the centre of the target Th?
prizes selected can be seen at Mr. Hayden's
Jewelry store. This parade has excited con
slderable interest, both among the memberc
of the clubs and the public, as the clubs beai
the names of old organizations that have
earned more than a local fame, and their suc?
cessors will use every effort ^o preserve the
bright record of the past.
MORTUARY REPORT FOR THE WMBK.
The following is the officiai return of deaths
for tiie Caty o! Charleston, for the week elid?
ing April 6, 1872:
BLACKS OR COL?
B r o n c h 11 ls,
Br onchl tis,
Disease, P n 1
Tiismus. N a s
2 I ll 2| 8
Whites 8, Blacks and Coloreds-total 13, and l
Under 1 year o: age.
Between land 6 years or age....
Between 30 and 40 years of age....
Between 40 and 60 years of age. ..
Between 60 and 70 years ol age....
Between 80 and 90 years of age_
GEO. S. PELZ SR, IL D..
PRINCE GEORGE WINYAH.
"Wardens-Colonel Benjamin H. Wilson, Dr.
Thos. P. Balley. Vestrymen-Dr. A. M. Fors?
ter, B. L Middleton, R. E. Fraser, J. F. Pyatt,
8. T. Atkinson, A. M. Parker, J. Beese Ford.
BEAL ESTATE'SALES.-The following proper?
ty was sold yesterday morning at auction by |
Messrs Leitch & Bruns:
Lot on the north side of Radcliffe street,
thirty feet in front by one hundred and four
feet deep, for $510.
Building lot on the east side of Savage
street, seventy-six feet in front by ninety feet
deep, for $750.
Terms-one-third cash, and the balance in
one and two years.
THE FUNERAL OF THE LATE HENRY HORL
BECK took place yesterday afternoon, at the
St. John's Lutheran Church In Archdale
street. The services were conducted by the
Bevs. W. S. Bowman and T. W. Dosh, and,
notwithstanding the bad weather, were large?
ly attended by the friends and relatives of the
deceased, and by his brother members of the
German Friendly Society. At the end of the
services the remains were conveyed to-Mag?
nolia Cemetery for Interment In the family
Hotel Arrivals-April 9.
W. A. Whitaker, D. G. Shorts, Georgia; M.
Jacobs, Manning; R. F. Turner, Wright's Bluff;
Thomas A. Sherard, S. A. Torlay, South Caro?
lina; J. M. Seirltt, Ohio; W. J. Hulet, Edge
field; M. Rodgers, Kew York; E. W. Ferris,
Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Lersie, Augusta; Jno. J.
Hincnman, ww York; Cliair-Ti. Swann, Bos?
ton; Chas. Hamberg. Columbia; J. H. Tomlin
son, New;; York; B. F. LreWB>^'Phlladelphla?
B. F. G ii raey, August a ; G. C. "Atele n, WasWflgV
ton, D. C.; Mrs. Loring Andrews and maid,
Miss Isabelle Andrew?, Clarence Andrews,
New Y<|r?;? Albert Spoerry; Mulhouse; L.
Roderer,"Havre;;Cha?.' M. Dupuy, Jr., Phila?
delphia; Isaac dizier, Hartford ; J. R. Grout
abd wife, Mr3.Fep.lon, G.'W. BUsell, wife and
F. Ewbank,' England: Jos. Colton, Aiken;
Geo.jW. Quinitar?l, New York; J. M. Martin,
Aiken; J. W. Mc Mast er, Columbia; Mr. and
Mrs.;Ai;yan 'Wart,. Mri and.' Hr*. WrVghit. New
den?ef E. W,."w"atkljn>, BQ^ijn;\ Wm-^H. Sea
man,' James G. Ciark, F. A. Jaquet and wife,
Miss Cornell,-NewTork; S; P. MajiSiiton, South
Carolina; E. :iW. Ferris', KIngatree; T. H.
Eaton, Cheraw, N. R. Buffingtoo, U. S. A.; W.
8. Manning, Clarendon; Mr. and Mrs. Charles.
Litchfield, Miss E. L. Shipman, New York;
Dr. W. F. Jackson, Miss A. B. Jackson, Bos
.ton: M. Gidder, Baltimore; N. B. Clyde, Wm.
Alexander, R. N. Bellows, Miss Bellows, Mles
E. B. Kendall, New York; 8. Bice and wife,
Meeting? This Day.
Palmetto Lodge, K. P., at half-past 7 P. M.
Carolina Ri3e Club, at 7 P. M.
Committee of Arrangements Fire Depart?
ment, at 8 P. M. _
Auction Sales Tills Day.
Macqueen & Blecke will sell at * ? o'clock,
contents of grocery store at the corner of
State street and Unity alley.
N. A. Hunt will sell at hall-past 10 o'clock, at
his store, boots and shoes. -
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, dry goods, hats, ?c.,
Miles Drake will Bell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, clothing, hats, ?bc.
R. M. Marshall & Brother will sell at half
past 10 o'clock, at their office, mules, horses,
GENTS, If you want a fine dress or business
Suit, made at a reasonable price, go to Menke
& Muller. They have the largest stock ot
goods and the best cutters in the city apr9
WE CALL particular attention to our very
large assortment of Cloths, in Blue, Black,
Bro ivn, Olive, best European make; also
Fancy CasslmereB, Diagonals, Tweeds, Linen
Ducks, Coatings, Vestings, at very low figures.
These goods were purchased before the ralso
In the market. FORCHQOTT, BENEDICT, & Co.,
No. 244 King street. apr8.
ONE CASE Buff Lawns, fast colors, 15 cents
per yard; one case of Buff, Brown, Slate
Linen, suitable for ladles suiting, at 2? cents
per yard; one case of French Mozambiques, at
25 cents per yard. FORCHQOTT, BENEDICT &
Co., No. 244 King street. apr8
AN ELEGANT assortment ot Sewing Bilks at
85 cents per dozen. Also, the best Machine
Cotton In the world, namely, John Clarke, Jr.,
A Ca's. We would invite attention to the
above at Singer Sewing Machine office.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-TBS NEWS Job Office
Is now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at $4
per thousand. Send your orders. Every
merchant and business man should have his
card printed on his envelopes.
i* BUILDING MATERIAL.-An " extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Bashes, Blinds, I
Balusters, Mouldings, ?c., are. kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. EJCoale, at his warerooms,
No: 20 flay ne.Bt reet and No..33 Plnckney street.
The above are ail made at his own factory on
Hpclbeck'8 wharf. He keeps, also, Frep.cba.nd
?A?ni?fim Window Glass, S tai ned_ Glass,-, Slate
Mantels/ Builders' Hardware, ?c.. from tue
best manufacturen?. mchS-fmwlyr
j CROQUET I CROQUET 1-The cheapest in the
City. Price U. HASEL STREET BAZAAR. ;;
dec20 _.7 ' ' ;.'
NOTICE TO TOURISTS,-Stereoscopic views of |
Charleston and vicinity for sale at. the Hasel
street Bazaar. dec29 .
BRACKETS, Side and Corner Book Slides and j
Wall Pockets. HASEL ST. BAZAAR, febl?-w
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI !-A royal game of
India. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Bay [
NewB Boom. apr20-w
CHEILLKT'H PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gi ove a will be taken back
even alter wear, for any Imperfections, such as
tearing or ripping.
Paris, 20 Bue de la Paix.
TWT?. London, 63 Begent street.
LIEPOTS NEWTCRK.929 Broadway.
Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FDRCHQOTT, BENEDICT 4 Co., Bole Agents
for Charleston. nov3-?mos
Cloding, Oailormg, Ut.
FOB ' . :
SPRING AND SUMMER, 1872.
MENKE & MULLER,
NO. 325 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS BELOW LIBERTY STREET,
Invite attention to their large and splendid
Stock Of CLOTHS, OASSIMBRES, COATINGS,
Suiting Ob evicts, Linens, Ac, and the handsom?
est selection of Pants and Vest Patterns, widen
will be mad* to order under the supervision of a
moat sturui and fashionable cotter.
FOR MEN, YOUTH, BOTS AND CHILDREN, of |
every style and quality, and at very low
AND A GOMPLETESSTOOK OF GENTS
Which, embraces the celebrated STAR SHIRTS
and the choicest novelties in NECK WE AB.
Ail orders promptly executed and satisfaction
Ornas ano Mzbitints.
BUGS AND MEDIC INEST
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. H. B^JER,,
No. 131 MEETING STEEET,
Offers his Large and Well-Assorted Stock of
And all the Leading Proprietary Medicines.
The following comprise a few of the CHEMI?
CALS he baa on hand. These gooda are pur*
ohased of the Manufacturers, and will be Bold to
the trade at the lowe: t possible figure:
Iodide of Potassium,
Bromide of Potassium.
Nitrate of Sliver.
Quinine, P. A W. and B. AS.
Morphine, P. A W. and E. AS,
Chloral Hydrate, made by Schering, Berlin.
Queveone'B Iron, (French,)
Iron by Hydrogen, (Merck's,)
Glycerine, (Merck's and American,)
Calomel, English and American.
Blue Mass, English and American.
sweet Spirits of Nitre, Ac, Ac
Supercarbolate of Soda..
,(- Supercarbolate of Zinc.
Caulophyllln, Ac, Ac
A Fall Stock ol HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINES
always on hand, comprising Tinctures, Pellets,
Powders of d li?rent Triturations, Family Medi?
cine Cases, Ac, Ac.
The following are a few of the
FRENCH PATENT MEDICINES
always kept in Stock:
GRIMACLT'S SYR?P OF THE HYPOPHOSPHITE
. OF LIME.
( Grimault's Guaran? Powders, for Headache, Nen.
Grimault's Matlco Injection.
?Griman! t's Lera's Phosphate of Iron.
Pocgatir Le Roy.
Quevenne's Iron, (with Spoon.)
[ Olgarettea-Esplc for Asthma.
Drag?es de Santonlne-5 centigrammes, Ac,
None but the Purest Drugs naed, and satisfac?
tion guaranteed, both as to price and quality.
Orders are solicited from Druggists, Physicians
Country Merchants,. Planters and others, with
the assuranoe. that they shall receive prompt
and careful attention. ..' mohT-Bmos
?lillitwre, Straw fekt?ft?, Ut.
PRING OPENING I
MRS. M. J. ZEBNOW,
NO. 801 KING STREET,
WUI open THIS DAY an assortment of MILLI
I NERT GOODS, Ladles' and Children's Ready
Sole Agent for Mlle. DEMOREST'S PAPER
STOCKING SUSPENDERS, and
DRESS-MAKING in all its branches.
Country orders will receive prompt attention.
Universally Popnls r Stomachic ?nd
PREVENTS CHILLS AND FEVER,
RESTORES THE NERVE3,
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
BE 5TORES TONE TO THE STOMACH,
PLEASANT TO THE TASTE
EXHILARATING TO THE BODY,
And ii the mest
Now before tbe p a bile. Try lt and be con vin ced.
lt contains no arsenic or poisonous Ingredients
ofanv kind-not&lng In me ieaat degree Inj a
rlons to tbe system ander any circumstances
and may be administered wltb perfect safety tb
a ni nf ant. . ?-o n . T ." .y Si
It never falls to cure the most obstinate case
when taken as directed. *V .
It cores immediately. In no case will the patient
bave more tuan one chill arter the flrst dose, and
in the majority or eases bot even that- '
lt accomp lanes the. wort:.ty destroying.the
cause o' disease, which no other remedy pretends
to do. . - .? ..? _ ,
It ls an effectual preventive, neutralizing t?e
malarious poison In the system, and th na avert?
ing its consequences.
D OW I E, M Ol S E & DA VI 8,
PROPRIETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, CH.VRLESTO.V, 8. C.
feb20-wfmnoawSmos r : 1 ' . ' ''* . '
THE DOLLAR REWARD SOAP !
THE ONLY SOAP IN THE WORLD THAT WASHES FLANNELS WITHOUT SHRINKING THEM.1
Washes with bot, cold, hard, soft, or salt water. Removes Pitch, Tar, Paint, Grease, Printers' Ink;
Sweat, Leather or Fruit stales. Superior to Castile Soap for Teilet purposes.
R APPLE YE & KNIGHT, Mir nfuctnrera,
NOS. 1681 and 1533 RIDGE AVENUt?, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
_AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON. 8. C.
A CHANCE FOE SPOBTSMEX.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECEIVED DIRECT FROM EUBOPE AN INVOICE O
WISHES TO DISPOSE OF THE LOT IN ON3?
GRAND RAFFLE OF 300 CHANCES, AT $5 PER CHANCE.
There will be forty (40) Prizes, or one cha?as in
Prizes are as follows:
1st. Double centie-flre Breach loading Gun 21st.
2d. Double Muzzle-loading, very flee.ia 231.
1 3d. Doable Central fire Breech-loading Gun. HO 24th.
4tn; Double Fine Muzzle loading Gun-.. 76 26th.
6th. Double Breech-loading Gun, Pm Cart- 28th.
ridge. 76 y7ih.
6th. Double Muzzle loading Gun. 65 28th.
7th. Double Muzzle-loading Gun.. 60 29th.
8th. Double Muzzle loading Gan. 60 soiii.
9th. Doub.e Muzzle-loadlnjr Gun. 60r31St.
loth. Doable Mazzle-loadinj; Gun. to 82d.
nth. Doable Mazz e-loadtaf; Gan. 40 83d.
12th. Doable Muzzle-loading Gan. 85 34th.
13th. Double Muzzle-ioadinir Gun. 86 85tb.
14th. Double Mnzzle-1 adlnu Gun.:...... 86 86ih.
15th. Double Muzzle-loading Gun. .86 87th.
16th. Doable Muzzle-loading Gan. 86 Sith.
17th. Doable Muzzle-loading Gan. 86 soto.
18th. Double Muzzle-loading Uun... 80
19th. Doable Mazzle-lo&dlojt Gan.. 80 40th.
20 tb. Doable Mazzle-loftdlojc ann. 80
Parties wishing chances will please address
SEVEN AND A HALF 1 usures a Prize.' The
' PRIZE. ; "' VAL CB.
Double Muzzle-loading Gun...: $so
Doable Muzzle-loading Gan.. ........... so
Double Muzzle loading Gun. 80
Double.Muzzle loading Gnu. 25*
Double Muzzle-loading Gan. 26
Doable'Muzzle-loadlog Gan... 2s
Donlee Muzzle-loading Gan. 26
Doable Muzzle-loading Gun.' 26
Doable Muzzle leading Gan. 26
Siegle, Boy, Pine. SO
Single, Boy, Fine. 16
single. Boy Hoe..... 16
Fine Shot Pouch and Powder Flask..... 6
Fine Shot Pouch and Powder Flask.... 6
Fine Shot Poach and Powder Flask..... 6
Flue Shot Pocchacd Powder Flask.... 6
Fine Shot Poach and Powder Flask.... 6
Flnesbot Pouch and Powder flask.... 6
One Band Home shuttle Sewing Ma?
One Hand Home Shuttle Sewing Ma?
T. Hu BISSELL, Charleston, S. C.
The Gans can be sees, at bis office, No. 255 Bing street
chanca are made up.
Raffle will take place as soon as the
FOR SPRING Al SUMMER.
JUST RECEIVED, AND BJBCEIVD?G BY
OF ALL KINDS.
Li JL C E S ,
HOSIERY, WHITE GOODS,
OF EVERY KIND.
BLACK LACE POINTS,
BLACK LACE SACQUES,
FANCY GOODS, ETC.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF THE CELE?
J. R. READ,
263 KING STREET,
_jPrg (ffrooog, gg.
F?RCflGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
We take pleasure In informing our customers
and ladite In general that/owing to the extraordi?
nary facilities po-s eased by ns, we are enabled to
show one of the Unese Unes of GOODS ever Offered
ld this city, which for completeness of assortment
at exceedingly low prices are far ahead of any.
We call attention to oar
PLAIN AND FANCY RIBBONS, In ail'the -new
tints, bought exclusively for the retail sales.
Trimming Ribbons at 6, 8, io and 12XC per yard.
Necktie Ribbons, 26, 86,40 and Mo., Bolled and
Sash Ribbon, great variety, at 76c. and $1. -
For the accommodation of the mininera and
those d?sirons of purchasing Ribbons by the
piece m which prices will be charged at nnnsnal
NO. ??44 XINQ STREET.
DRESS GOODS AND SHAWL
10 pieces of LYON'S SILE, at il 26, $1 60, $1 76
10 pieces Japanese and Black Striped, at 76c.
io pieces or Colored Japanese Silk at $1
60 pieces of Japanese Dre as ea at $8 60
1 case Colored Mozambiouea only 20o. per yard
600 pieces of sultans, Alpaca, Lastres, Orena
dines, Llama, Plaids, from 25 to 60c..
loo Fine Llama Pointa from $10, $12, $16 and $20.
LINEN AND DOMESTIC DE?
10 pieces of 10-4 BLEACHED DAMASK at 76c
leo dozen of Linen Doy lies at 75c. per dozen
Towels of great variety at low figures
2 cases of 10-4 ^Bleached Sheeting, 40 and 46c
10 cases of Bleached Shirting, 10 to 20c
8 cases of New Sty lea Percales, is, 20 and 22c.
2 cases of Ginghams, only i2>ic. per yard
loo pieces of striped f iques, 25 and soc
200 pieces of Swisses, victoria Lawns, Jaconets,
C?mbrica, ranging from 16c upwards
60 dozen of French Corsets at 76c, $1 and $160
. l case of Honey Comb and Allendale Quilts at
200 Marseilles Quilts at $2, $8, $4 and $6-very
Something new and stylish-"Dolly Varden"
Parasols ! Parasols ! Parasols !
A great variety of the latest stylea Just re?
MATTING ! MATTING!
We will sell at present
100 rolls of 4-1 WHITE MATTING at 27J? and 80c
60 rolls of elegant Fancy Matting at 40c, worth
20 rolls of 64 White Matting at 860.
60 rolls of 4-4 Check Matting at 87 >? and 40c
We offer extraordinary Inducements in BR?S?
SEL AND WOOL CARPETS.
FCRCHGOTT, BEMD?CT & CO.,
NO. 244 KING STREET.
n ture. ' " ' ^^^^^^^^
sold on account of-family removing ???3 the
State...' ":.;;:.. *..". r ww'tbigSLe*
r. Terms cash. ,,,, -, i-.? .- - -,' *P*m
POSITTY? SAL? OF DRY GO?D&c" ?
WHl he sold THIS- PAY, at io o'clock, at Ko.
45 Wentworth Streetz ' ^ '
An assortment of seasonable DRY GOODS-r
Bats,'8to^:M?tlons, Ae; .. apticf
. wvivfyf??msTi- ?? ? - ^
Bp ? TS^.'? jfiDr :fe.H?;jB S. 5 "irr
THIS DAY. atmj Saiearoom. So. UlMiet
.na street, at nWrj?^K^cJ2^'LJlui<9u,'?(I,.
50 cases Spring Stock BOOTS AND oHOBS, all
rary deairable.gi-odaorr;> .- :. a .-?.. ?: :M apilo
CLOTrllN?; HATSf ?^. ;. ' ' ? '?\
' THIS MORNtNa. al io o'clock, 1 wffl ?eB, at
lelved and to bo ?OM 'wimqnr.rp?erye.- Xli pji^jg
Consisting In1 port ' o? Me r In os, Melton anita,
jasslmere sabka aod. Frocks, Fine' Light casalr
nere tests, ?roadclni h Frocks, Sacka and Yest?,
jlnen and Duck coats; Pains and Vests, Jab cy
?atmet Panjs, Fine Cassimem^&^?a Co*1**
)erby Saits^Fiannelgacis-me^WWeTS, Linen
landkerchl?f* ; Cravats, JipjlWn^?^??nen Col?
ara, Fans, Umbrella'', l^iesCronimetf^and Ua
rimmed Straw ll ats, (Coquet and ."Daily/, Yard en >
nats,:Csn^|ha^es, Mggjg. * J .>;?.'.>.<? ?on <..
A splendid ass ort m en ; o t Men' 8 and Boys' Pelt,
Wool and straw Bato of all styles.- ,.. ,". ," /?> ..
By R M. MARSHALL & JBSOi ?
TTTTLL SELL THIS DAY, AT HALF
YY PAST 19 o'clock, at NO. 8S Broad street. -
a MULES, i'Horsey i Rockaway; y ? aprKf
" 1 ? ?? " .1 ., ..if
?-..^jrilj^i DeLEON., "-. ."
STO?C?S AND B?ONDS. t
I will sell, on THURSDAY, April nth, at cor
ler East Bay and Broad arre?te, at ll o'clock,
$6003 South Carolina Railroad seven Per Cent.
$4000 Northeastern Railroad Eight Per Cent..
Second Mortgage Bonds. -
Terms casa.-ti,. ?????? ?? ?.>??. ?.: raprio.
By A? c. MCGILLIVRAY.
BUILDING LOTS WEST END BROAl>
.V< UU I? Orfl STREET, ? .-" .
. Will be sold oq TUESDAY next, lath instant, at
he Tostofflce, at ll O'clock,"..' ;
The Three valuable ?M Delightfully Situated
lauding. LOTSi on. the south side. Broad street,
vest of savage street; and adjoining each other,
isfwlows:'' ?"? . . mr . .
. First LOT, next ea * t of Residence of Ludas X.
ones. E?d., 4S feet front, by l64deep"(8fl feet on.
lackme!)'|:!'--' . u M ' '.'**.'-.
?econd LOT, next east of above Lot,and same
ase. ' .1 " ,. ? . ,.., .
third LOT, next east bf abo ve Lo t, 40 feet front,
won weat Hue. ii?oa.eaatlinet ?>???:?.
. Terma-One-half cash: balance in one year.
ri?eaTlroiranteed. 'see JPlStby William Home,
iocveyor, ac roy office. ? apriCPwsmtn? j
Bf SAM'L C. BLACK.
nnr six PER':C^NT.CSTOCK AND
STAT? BOHD& AT AUCTION,
win be solo; on THoaSDAY,-ii th instant, at IL
L M., at east end or Broad street, K??\ " -
128,000 Cl t y or Charleston SIX TER CENT. STOCK,
?? payable1 lalW' "? ?
til two city or Charleston Six Per Cent Stock,
5ftooo New Bonds or State or South Carolina,
Issued for Conversion of Secorttlea.
Termftcasb., ' , , ,;. , ?pr9
By J. FRASER MATHEWES.
BUILDING LOT ON SULLIVAN'S IS?
win ne sold*on THURSDAY, llth instant, near
tic Postoffloe, at il o'clock,
LOT No. 102. Home's Plat of Sullivan's Island,,
on south side of Middle street being second Lot
east or Fort Moultrie-, containing about Halfan
acre, more or lesa. .. "???
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay me for paper?
andatamps." >.< apr?
By R. MARSHALL b BRO.
"^TERJ', CHO?OE ijjgj ST?XIT?M'S
on TBURSDAT, llth Instant, at ll o'clock, will
oe sold ai .the Post-office,
LOT, No: 240, Home's Plat; at corner of Oova
and Accommodation streets, east of aaa quite
near the Fort-contains ab au t a of an sore. .
Terms cash. Purchaser'to pay us for papen
and aramaa, .. < . ? - spr8-mwtat
F?R SALE, LANDS IN ST. JOHN'S
. oca o ty, Florida, six cr seven miles from
Ht. Augustine, available for the : cultivation .or
Oranges apd other fruits, Klee and Vegetables,
known as the "Araqua" Tract formerly the pro?
perty of Joan Magee, now sold as part of bia
Estate, containing (?37) three hundred and thirty
seven acres, mora or less, Sit?ate, lying and
being in St. John's Coanty, Township six; (8.)
Range (29) twenty-nine. Sections 4a. 60..99, Oland
03, adjoining the lands belonging to ?he estate of
A. Alveres, called canoola. . ?''
The above described Lands will be sold at Pab?
ilo Auction, In the City of Charleston, S. G., on
toe 221 day of April, nuder power' given to bis
Executors by Win of John Magee, recorded la the
office or the Probate Judge at Charleston, South
Carolina. ..' ?'? ri'" ?.'. . 1
Terms or sale cash, ;. P. WEST, ..
aprS-winfltnl _Snrvlvlng Executor.
gfjirta ana iFcrniarjinfl f&aobit. ^
m um ifBL??a
Made to order or' Best Materials, and
WARRANTED TO FIT.
Sent by Express, 0.0. D. to any part of the
country. Directions ror measurement sent on
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
MEETING STREET, ;
Opposite the Ma'rket.
QHOICE FURNITURE AT LOW PRICES!'
R. C. MILLINGS,
FURNITURE DEALER, No. 444 KING STREET,
Near John Street, Charleston, S. 0.,
would respectfully inform the public that he has
last received a choice and select lot or FURNI?
TURE, including Grecian. Gothic and Corinthian
Chamber Sets, which will compete with anything*
ia the city for cheapness and beauty of style ana
Also a specialty of Ladles', Misses' and Chil?
dren's ROCKERS, and a variety of Dining-room
Furniture-oak, Wamuc and Imitation Rose*
wood-which he will sell from tea to fifteen per
cent, cheaper than any other store ia the city. ?
Can and compare his styles and price with
those found elsewhere; t 52
No. 444 KING STREET.
At the sign or the Maa and Rocker,: ,
reb26-mth2mos Oharieaton, 8. OL
J AM ES B I R N I S,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN?
THE COURTS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, AND OF
THOSE OF THE UNITED STATES.
Special attention given to business in the united
States Courts. -I :
OPTICI AT Gaaumiu c. H., s? c.