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4XUE KV-KLUX TRIALS RESUMED.
Arrival' of Judge Bond-Indictment?
Found to Order by the Grand Jury,
bat Abandoned by the Prosecution.
The announcement that Judge Bond had ar- j
rived, and that the Ku-Elux cases were at last
to be taken up in the United States Circuit J
Court, was sufficient to crowd the court-room
yesterday morning with a large and expec-1
taat audience. The grand Jury, which had
been out Bince Monday noon, returned indict?
ments against Walker Dawson, Walter P.
Antony, Joseph Lackey, Wm. Ramsey, Mc?
Donald Thompson, Chas. Sims, Galbraith
Hambrecht, Gideon Long and John Rodgers,
charging them with conspiracy and murder,
but on motion of the diBtrlct-attoroey lt was
ordered that the charges of murder In the first
five cases be discontinued. In the case o?
John Rodgers the d?tendant was released
from confinement upon giving his own recog?
nizance for ten thousand dollars, to attend the ,
court from day to day and not to depart from
Charleston without the order of the court.
Walker Dawson, Walter P. Antony, Joseph
Lackey, William Ramsey and McDonald
Thompson, pleaded guilty to the general
charge ol conspiracy, and the latter was ex- j
amlned at some length by Judge Bond as to j
bis connection with the Ku-Elux Klan. He
stated that he had been on two raids. On the
first occasion there were thirty or forty per?
sons In the party, who had been summoned to
attend by a man from Jonesville, who brought
intelligence that an effort was to be made by
the^friends of the negro prisoners confined in
Union jail to release tbem, and that the people
who were guarding the jail were worn out
with watching. Nothing was done by the j
party that night except riding to the Jail and
returning from lt The next raid that he
Btated be bad been on was the one lu which
the negroes had been taken out of the jail and j
bung, He said that they went to the Jail,
took the prisoners out, led them to an old
field and hung them upon the limbs of the
' trees. He supposed there were ten or twelve
persons killed that night, but he denied any
active participation In the killiog.
Mr. S. P. Hamilton requested from the court |
an order In the cases of William Hardwick,
Butler Hardwick and others, charged with
conspiracy, that the district attorney furnish
bim, as counsel for the accused, a Hst of the
witnesses on the part ol the government to j
be used on the trial, but the order was re?
fused by Judge Bond.
There being no cases ready for trial, the
Juries, both grand and petit, were discharged
until to-day, at ten A. M., to which time the
The Inferior Court
was opened at the usual hour yesterday morn- j
The sheriff was ordered to summon four ad?
ditional grand Jurors to complete the grand
Jury, which will serve for one year. Stephen
Brown, A. A. Asplnall, Edw. Weathers and
Benj. Hernandez were summoned. .
The following cases were disposed ol, R. S.
Tbarin, Esq:, acting for the solicitor.
J$hn McPherson, assault and battery and
resisting an officer. Attachments were Issued
against two of the witnesses.
Henry Baker, assault with Intent to kill and
assanlt and battery-two cases. Verdict, not
guilty in both.
Henry Page, assault with Intent to kill and
resisting an officer. Continued.
Samuel Smalls and John Parker, grand lar?
ceny. Fixed lor trial on Thursday morning.
Mary Jones, petty larceny. This case occu?
pied the court up to the hour of adjournment.
Under instructions, the Jury brought In a seal- j
ed verdict, which will be opened this morn
The grand Jury found true bills against Claus I
Locker, Alston Barton and James Grant lor j
assault and battery; James McDowell and Jno.
McClure, for robbery; and W. H. Harrison and
John Lee, for grand larceny.
No bills were found against Wm. Pinckney
and Reuben Hudgins, charged with assault I
and battery, and Nelson Davis, charged with j
At 3.40 P. M., the court adjourned until 10
O'clock this norning..
EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS.-The Governor
bas appointed J. 8. Mobley, of Union, county
auditor, vice W. H. M. Williams; W. R, Ed?
wards, commissioner of deeds, resident at El?
bert County, Georgia; J. H. H. Woodward,
commissioner of deeds, resident at Louisville,
Kentucky; Charles J. Colcock, Jr., notary
public at Charleston.
SHOOTING AFFRAT.-Last Monday evening I
a man gave another a beating In the yard of j
the South Caroline Depot, and having got j
through was walking off, when the beaten
party drew a pistol and fired at bis foe. The
latter as usual escaped unhurt, but the bullet
lodged in the ankle ol a colored man named
Charles Brisbane, who was standing some dis?
tance off. The lead was easily extracted, and
the wound and the participants In the affair
naviog dried up, nothing more was done.
A NQVEL FIGHT.-Yesterday afternoon a
crowd ot some two hundred persons collected
at the corner of Market and State streets to
Witness an impromptu fight between a fox
and a bull-dog. The latter first attacked foxy
With a muzzle on, the latter having attempted
to steal some ol his food; but a crowd having
collected, the muzzle was taken from the bull?
dog and a fierce encounter ensued. This
ended in the lox being speedily placed hors du
combat, at which stage the bystanders Inter?
fered to save Reynard's life.
CLUBS ANO STABS.-The owner of the bag-1
gage wagon, reported lor knocking down the
awning In front ot Mr. Johnson's store, on
King street, near L'berty, was fined five dol?
lars, and ordered to repair the damages.
Robert Lloyd, arrested by the detectives on
ybe charge of stealing twenty dol'ars from the
sf ore of Mr. Wehman, corner ot East Bay and
Laurens streets, in January last, was turned
over to a trial Justice for prosecution.
Mary Waring and Christopher Gadsden, two
homeless children, lound In the stree'slate
Tuesday night, were sent to the Colored Or?
phan House until claimed by their parents.
Two drunken men and a gray goat, found
wandering about the streets, were each fined
one dollar. The men paid up, but the goat ]
1B at the upper Guardhouse.
THE NEW IRISH CLUB.-Last evening a large
number of our young citizens of Irish descent
assembled, pursuant to call, nt the Hibernian
Hall, for the purpose o? forming another rifle
Club. Mr. F. L. O'Neill waa called to the chair,
and Mr. R. F. Touhey was requested to act as
secretary. A constitution was submitted and
adopted, and an organization was formed
under the name of the "Irish Volunteer Rifle
Club." The name was hailed with cheers, and
the names o? forty-five good men and true
were soon signed at the foot of the constitu?
tion. A committee of three was appointed to
Choose a uniform, and a committee of five to
nominate officers, and report at a meeting to
be held on the 17th instant. During the meet?
ing the St. Patrick's Brass Band came in and
discoursed a number of social stirring Irish
airs, which were highly appreciated by the as?
sembly. The club bas been formed with a
4 degree of dispatch and unanimity most grati?
fying, and a splendid success for the new or- j
ganlzatlon ls already assured beyond a doubt.
THE COMISO SCH?TZENFEST.
Auction sale of the Bar and Booths
Handsome Pri?es Realized.
Yesterday afternoon the privileges of oc?
cupying the new booths and stands at the
Schutzenplatz, during the coming Sch?tzen?
fest, were disposed of at auction. Ur.
B. S. Bruns was the orator of the day,
and it hardly needed his animated rail?
lery to get up a stirrlog competition among
the assembled bidders. The mais and only
bar was put up first, and knocked down to
Ur. N. Fehrenbach at the handsome figure of
$450. The large new bowling alley next ex?
cited the emulation of the aspirants, and Ur.
Semken was allowed to take lt at the price of
$205, for the privilege. The restaurant stands
were sold as follows: No. 4 to Urs. Aimers
for 350; No. 6, C. F. Torck, $60;No. 8, C. Ueyer,
$65; No. ll, G. Bulwlnkle, $60; No. 13, Urs.
Semke, $50. The other stands, at which lager
beer and Shine wine are allowed to be sold,
were knocked down as follows. No. 1 to C.
F. Torck for $100; No. 2, J. Bischoff, $80; No. 3,
C. Litschgl, $105; No. 5, H. Thees, $95; No. 7,
W. Nolte, $90; No. 9, C. H. Meyer, $70; No. 10,
A. ITiemann, $75; No. 12, Theo. Cordes, $100.
The total amount realized by the Bale was
The Platz ls daily crowded with visitors
who find it a pleasant retreat, and seem fond
ot Inspecting the new and varied improve?
ments for the amusement of the guests at the
coming Fest. The preparations for this are
progressing rapidly. The thirteen new sub?
stantial frame and shiagied booths and the
spacious new nine-pin alley are nearly finish?
ed, and the shooting-house, dancing hall, and,
in fact, all of the buildings are belog put in
thorough" order. The Schutzeugeselschaft
have been working with a will, and the com?
ing festival bids fair to exceed all of the pre?
ceding ones, both in the accommodation
and the amusements provided for the guests.
BICE ABD III AT TBE ACADEMY.
A Crowded Audience and a Brilliant
The Academy of Uuslc was again crowed
last evening with a brilliant and appreciative
audience to witness Mr. Booth in his greatest
impersonation-that of Richard IK. It ls In this
character that this eminent tragedian has
made his most complete success, and his ren?
dition of the part last evening fully justified
the universal verdict of approval that has
been given him. Mr. Booth's rather ample
physique is better suited for the ungainly
Gloucester than for either the character of
Hamlet or Benedick, and his wonderfully pacile
countenance completed perfectly the picture
of the bold usurper. His soliloquy in the first
scene, his grim wooing of the Lady Anne over
the very body of his victim, her murdered
husband, and bis final outburst of hate and
rage and scorn were particularly fine in con?
ception and detail of execution. In the clos?
ing scenes of the gloomy tragedy his acting
was full or fire and spirit, aud altogether be
presented by far the best Richard that has
been witnessed In this city for many yeara.
The support was admirable, Urs. Booth as the
Queen, Miss Pierson as Lady Anne, Mr. Shew- j
ell as Buckingham and Mr. Chester as King
Henry especially distinguishing themselves
in their respective roles.
To-night will be given Othello the Moor of
Venice, with a powerful ca9t, and, for to-mor?
row night, the occasion of Mr. Booth's benefit,
a bill of unusual attractiveness 1 j announced,
Including Romeo anl Juliet and Taming of
A TRAGIC ACCIDENT.
A few minutes after four o'clock yesterday
afternoon, a little son of Mr. James S. Westen
dorn*, of this city, was accidentally shot and
killed by his companion, another small boy,
named Willie E. Hale. The two boys, aged
about five and eight years, respectively, were
at play in an apartment at the residence of
Mr. Westeodo .'ff, on the west Bide of Meeting
street, next north of the Pavilion Hotel, when
Willie Hale founds pistol and playfully threat?
ened to shoot young Westendorff. He says
tbat the first time the pistol snapped, but the
next time the weapon was discharged. The
boys were within touching distance of each
other, and the pistol was held with a true aim.
The ball struck young Westendorff lo the left
cheek, on the Bide of the nose, and passing
transversely beneath the nostrils, lodged at
the back ol the right eye, piercing the base of
the brain. A physician was quickly called,
and every relief afforded the young sufferer.
The wound, however, was evidently fatal, and
alter gradually and painfully sinking, the
little sufferer quietly breathed bis last about
nine o'clock In the evening. The pistol was a
small pocket revolver, snooting a bullet
about the size of a pea from a percussion
cartridge. The sufferer waa a bright, promis?
ing little boy of five summers, and his sudden
death ls another distressing casualty Ia the Hst
of inevitable accidents.
THE LAW AND THE PROFITS.
Some of our readers may perhaps remem?
ber, not over a score ol years ago, one Au?
gust Von Glahu, a dealer in dry goods on
, Klug street, in this staid old city. The said
Von Glahn (no nobleman, the "von" not?
withstanding,} moved to the West, and there
came in possession of a fortune. But riches
do not always bring happiness, and Mr. Von
Glahn and his wife, they lived in great strife.
He sued for a divorce, and, after long years
ot litigation and much hope deferred, he won
tit J suit, and had the glorious privilege of
paying $37,128 in costs. Tobe sure, suits of
this sort cost 'money. Mr. Glahn appealed
from the Circuit lo the Supreme Court, who
again sent him back to the Circuit Court. The
costs in this case are something stupendous
notwithstanding. The whole amount went as
costs and fees; for of $10,000 awarded to Mrs.
Von Glahn for maintenance, Ac, she had
nothing leit after paying her lawyers. The
little bill reads as follows: Costs of first suit,
$2990; appeal to Supreme Court, $12,442; costs
of second suit, $11,696; paid Mrs. Von Glabn,
$10.000. Total, $37,128. Surely the law?s de?
lay and the lawyers' fees ought to make a fel?
low think twice before he seeks Justice in
THE GERMAN FUSILIERS.-The surviving
members of this ancient and honored com?
pany have lately begun to reorganize the old
company, and are taking steps to recruit their
forces from the young men for the purpose of
forming a ride club. In this manner they hope
to continue the society and revive the old
organization in all its pristine glory. The
company should by all means be kept up, if
only for the glorious record it bears. It was
first organized before the American Revolution.
It took an active part in several of the battles
of that war, and was in the van on the bloody
day when Savannah was stormed by the
American troops. During the late war the
members united themselves with other com?
panies, and all took active and honorable
parts in the great civil conflict. A company
like this will surely find many who will Join
its ranks with alacr'ty, and ere lODg we hope
to chronicle the Irst parade of the Fusilier
. EPISCOPAL CHURCH, EDI9T0 ISLAND.
Wardens-Joseph W. Seabrook and James
Edlngs. Vestrymen-Constantine Bailey,
William Whaley, J. J. R. Wescoat and F. M.
Balley. Delegates to Convention-William
Whaley, F. M. Balley and J. C. Whaley. Secre?
tary and Treasurer-Edward M. Seabrook.
Hotel Arrivals-April IO.
J. B. Thomas, Marlon; G. E. Steadman,
Blackville; E. M. Brand, Loganville; J. S. Mon?
tague, Massachusetts; J. E. Brackman, Edge
field; Miss Lizzie Pierson, Baltimore; O. L.
Robellard, New Tork; T. Callahau, Batrds
D. H. Chamberlain, City; W. C. Ilsley, New
Tork; 0. S. Bartlett, Providence; J. Aspln
wall, TJ, S. A.; Hugh L. Bond, Mrs. McGowan,
Ballimore; M. N. Cochraup, City; A. Stowell
and wife, Mrs. P. T. Davis, Boston; Mrs. Ring,
W. C. King and child, New Tork; John King,
C. A. Reed, Anderson; R. W. Shand, Union;
John T. Darby, Columbia; Jas. F. Hart, York
vllle; Mr. and Mrs. Walrop, New York; 8. A.
Fletcher,Jr., Mrs. S. A. Fletcher, 8. K. Fletcher
and lady, Miss L. Fletcher, Indiana ; James T.
Pettus, Captain J. F. Caulklns, New York; F.
Porter, Florida; Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, Rich?
mond; John A. Bowie, Atlanta; D. T. Packard,
Brighton, Mass. ; Mrs. S. B. Smith, Miss A. L.
Smith, Fairfield, Conn.; J. W. McCurry, 8outh
Carolina; F. K. Stevens, Mrs. Mary W. John?
son, Miss Johnson, Mrs. and Miss Smith, New
York; Mrs. C. Slmonson, Miss Simonson, Sta?
ten Island; Mrs. J. M. Benham, Miss Beulah
Benham, Brooklyn; W. H. Manning, China;P.
A. Emanuel, J. H. Burckhalter. South Caro?
Meeting? Thia Day.
Medical Society, at 12 M.
Agricultural Society, at 8 P. M.
Sumter Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
Catholic Institute, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
H. H. Del ion will sell at ll o'clock, near
the Postofllce, stocks and bonds.
S. C. Black will sell at ll o'clock, near the
Postofllce, stocks and bonds.
J. Fraser Mathewes will sell at ll o'clock,
near the Postofllce, real estate.
R. M. Marshall & Bro. will sell at ll o'clock,
near the Postofllce, real estate.
Holmes A Macbeth will sell at ll o'clock,
near the Postofllce, real estate.
Lowndes & Grimball will sell at ll o'clock,
near the Postofllce, real estate.
John G. Milner A Co. will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at their store, stock of a dry goods
GENTS, do you know where to get one ni the
[ latest styles of Hals ? At Plenge'e, No. 201
I King street_ aprll-ths2
FANS ! FANS ! FANS 1-Received per steam?
er a select assortment of fine Fans, at very
low prices. M. A A. ASHTON, No. 210 King
SOME REASONS WHT TUE SINGER SEWING
MACHINE IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD.-1st.
Because it will do both light and heavy work ;
2d. Because it never gets out of order ; 3d.
Because it is the simplest In the world ; 4th.
Because any child ten years of age can operate
it with ease. Office, King street.
PICTURE FRAMES-Oval and Square; all
sizes. Cheap ! Cheap ! HASEL ST. BAZAAR.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, holding two hundred
Pictures, at $2 60 each. HASEL ST. BAZAAR.
GENTS, ll you want a flue dress or business
Suit, made at a reasonable price, go to Menke
A Muller. They have the largest stock ol
goode and the best cutters In the city apr9
WE CALL particular attention to our very
large assortment of Cloths, in Blue, Black,
Broirn, Olive, best European make; also
Fancy Casslmeres, Diagonals, Tweeds, Linen
Ducks, Coatings, Vestings, at very low figure.
These goods were purchased before the raise
In the market. FORCHGOTT, BENEDICT, A Co.,
No. 241 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 Mozamblques, at
25 cents per yard. FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A I
Co., No. 214 King street aprS
VALUABLE AND RELIABLE.-"Brown's Bron?
chial Troches" are Invaluable to tooee exposed
to sudden changes, affording prompt relief In
coughs, colds, Ac. api9-tuthB3
CROQUET I CROQUET I-The cheapest In the
City. Price $1. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of ]
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
CHEILLET'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even alter wear, for any Imperfections, such as
tearing or ripping.
[Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
London, 53 Regent street
New York, 929 Broadway.
Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FUROHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., sole Agents
for Charleston._ _ nov3-6mos
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, Ac, are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Plnckney street
The above are all made at his own factory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
?est manufacturers, mchs-fmwlyr
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at $1
per thousand. Send your orders. Every j
merchant and business man should have his
card printed on his envelopes.
APRIL 8, 1872.-This office will be open from 9 A.
M. THIS DAT to 2 P. M. datly to and to include
the 30th Instant, for payment of all Interest doe
upon the city debt known as City Stock, except
SATURDAYS, npon which transfers of Stock will
For the first Ave days priority in payment will be
given parties paying taxes to the city in part or
whole with the same. AU payments of Interest will
be made by check, to be cashed at front desk of
this em :e, and where interest Is sufficient for taxes
they balance at par, but where less the penalty
shall attach on deficiency or difference, though
paid lo currency, In conformity with ordinance.
P. J. C00QAN,
apr8-20 City Treasurer.
SPRING AND SUMMER. 1872.
MENEE & MULLER,
NO. 325 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS BELOW LIBERTY STREET,
Invite attention to their large and splendid
Stock Of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, COATINGS,
Salting Cheviots, Linens, Ac, and the handsom?
est selection of Pants and Yest Patterns, which
will be made to order under the supervision of a
most akillul and fashionable cutter.
FOR MEN, YOUTH, BOYS AND CHILDREN, Of
every style and quality, and at very low
AND A COMPLETEJSTOCK OF GENTS
Which embraces the celebrated STAR SHIRTS
and the choicest novelties in NECK WEAR.
All orders promptly executed and satisfaction
?rjirts ano iFnmisrjing ?oo?a.
iE Um WM.
Made to order of Beat Matt rial?, and
WARRANTED TO FIT.
Sent by Express, 0.0. D. to any part of the
country. Directions for measurement sent on
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Opposite the Malrket,
Drr. ?oou?, Ut.
No. 244 KINO STREET.
We take pleasure in informing our customers
and ladlts in general that, owing to the extraordi?
nary facilities po Biased by us, we are enabled to
show one of the fla est lines of GOODS ever offered
id this city, which for completeness of assortment
at exceedingly low prices are far ahead of any
We call attention to onr
PLAIN AND FAN. Y RIBBONS, in all the new
tints, bought exclusively for the retail sales.
Trimming Ribbons at e, 8, io and 12 ac per yard.
Necktie Ribbons, 25,35,40 and 60c, Boiled and
Sash Ribbon, great variety, at 76c. and $i.
For the accommodation or the m Himers and
those desirous of purchasing Ribbons by the
piece'In which prices win be charged at unusual
FURCHGOTT, B?N?D1CT & CO.,
NO. 244 KING STREET.
DRESS GOODS AND SHAWL
lOplecet) of LYON'S SILE, at $126, $1 60, $1 76
and $ :
10 pieces Japanese and Black Striped, at 76c.
io pieces or Colored Japanese Silk at $1
60 pieces of Japanese Dresses at $8 60
1 case Colored Mozamblques only 20c. per yard
600 pieces of Sultans, Alpaca, Lustres, Grena?
dines, Llama, Plaida, from 26 to 60c.
100 Fine Llama Pointa from $10, $12, $16 and $20.
LINEN AND DOMESTIC DE?
10 pieces of 10-4 BLEACHED DAMASK at 76c.
KO dozen of Linen Doylies at 76c. per dozen
* Towels of great variety at low figures
2 cases or ic-4 Bleached Sheeting, 40 and 46c.
10 cases of Bleached Shirting, io to 20c
3 cases of New Styles Percales, is, 20 and 22c.
2 cases of Ginghams, only 12),'c. per yard
loo pieces of Striped Piques, 26 and 80c.
200 pieces of Swisses, Victoria Lawns, Jaconets,
Cambrics, ranging irom 16c. up war J s
60 dozen ol French corsets at 75c, $1 and $1 60
1 case of Honey Comb and Allendale Quilts at
200 Marseilles Quilts at $2, $8, $4 and $5-very
Something new and stylish-"Dolly Varden"
Parasols ! Parasols ! Parasols !
A great variety or the latest styles Just re?
MATTING ! MATTING !
We will sell at present
100 rolls of 4-4 WHITE MATTING at 27>i and 30C
60 rolls ol elegant Fancy Matting at 40c., worth
20 rolls of 64 White Matting at S5c.
60 rolls of 4-4 Check Matting at 37 >.' and 40c.
We offer extraordinary inducements in BROS*
SEL AND WOOL CARPETS.
Fl Ri HGOTT. BENEDICT & CO..
NO. 244 KING STREET.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. lu LUNSFORD,
rebe smith Street, north of Wentworth.
p3- ATTENTION I GERMAN BIFLE
MES l-Juat received an assortment of SCHUT
ZESIIUETF; also, Green and White Feathers, at
aprn-thsto5 PLEDGE'S, No. 291 King street
pm- THE CHARLESTON CHARITA
BLE ASSOCIAT. ON, for the Benefit or the Free
School Fand-OmcUl Raffle Numbera:
CLASS No. 445-MORNING.
27-10 -66-16-52-15-21-25-65-66-70- 6
CL Ai S No. 446-EVENING .
As witness oar bands at Charleston this loth
day of April, 1872.
april Sworn Commissioners.
pm- A STRONG APPLICATION OF
the DOLLAR REWARD SOAP, cares Prlcklyheat
and all similar eruptions, and instantly alleviates
the bite of Mosquitos, Fleas, Eed-bug?, Ac, Ac
DO WIE, MOISE ? DAVIS,
_Agents, Charleston, 8. 0.
pm- IN FEBRUARY LAST A SON OF
mine, aged seventeen years, was attacked with
Pienrlsy. His breathing was laborious, a rack?
ing, pslQfal cough developed Itself, and he com?
plained of severe pain extending from the arm?
pit to the waist on the right side. As the readiest
remedy within reach, I immediately admlalstered
nearly three tablespoons! al or DR. JAYNE'S EX?
PECTORANT, and applied JAYNE'S LINIMENT
over all the parts affeoted, covering hlm<ap warm?
ly In bed. In fifteen .minatea he vomited, and
was afterwards easy for two hours. The pain In
the side returning I gave him. a smaller dose'of
t~.e Expectorant, and again used the Liniment
which afforded him Instant relief. On the morn?
ing or the 14th be was decidedly better, raising
considerable phlegm with blood. Con tinning
with the Expectorant the disease was entirely
broken np in a day or two, and he was able to go
about as usual. Knowing how prevalent and how
orten fatal these attacks or Pleurisy and similar
Lung Complaints a. e during the winter, Lathis
section or country, 1 gladly make known these
facts, and at the same time express my entire
con fl d en ce In the virtue of the remedies mentioned.
E. 0. G. SICKENS, Esq., Ja? tice of the Peace,
Ellin, Pulaski County, illinois. PHILIP WINE?
MAN A CO., Agents, charleston, S. C.
pm- NOTICE.-THE BRITISH BABE
ANEVOGA, Hugh Williams, Master, from Car?
diff, has this day entered under the Five Day Act.
All goods not Permitted at the expiration of that
time, will be Bent to Public Stores.
April 8, 1872-5_HENRY CARD. Agent.
^BURNHAM'S SUPERIOR YEAST
POWDERS.-Having used Yeast Powder in oar
families for several years, we give a decided pref?
erence above all others to that prepared by
EDWARD s. BURNHAM, Graduate or Pharmacy,
No. 421 King street, near Calhoun street, Charles?
ton, S. 0. : King Mansion Boarding Honse, Julius
Petsch, B. C. Webb, George L. Holmes, George s.
Pelzer, M. D., John T. Wightman, D. D., William
Smith, Master Machinist, "s. c. R. R.
pm- O N MARRIAGE.
Happy relier for Young Men from the effects
of Errors and Abuses in early life. Manhood re*
stored. Nervous debility cured. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method or treat?
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Books
and circulars sent free, tn sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 3 South
Ninth street. Philadelphia. Pa._gatji
pm- BATCHELOR S HAIR DYE.-THIS
superb Bair Dye ls the best la the world. Per
fectiy harmless, reliable and instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints, or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A. Batchelors Hair
Dye produces Immediately a splendid black or
natural brown. Does not stain the' skin, but
leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The
only safe and perl ec t Dye. Sold by all dragglsts.
Factory 10 Bond street, New York.
pm- CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WA?
TER-NATT ANS'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOB
TUE HAIR.-A perfectly clear preparation In one
bottle, as easily applied as water, for restoring to
gray hair its natural color and youthful appear?
ance, to eradicate and prevent dandruff, to pro?
mote the growth or the bair and stop les falling
out. It ls entirely harmless, and perfectly free
from any poisonous substance, and will therefore
take the place of alt the dirty aud unpleasant
preparations now in use. Numer?os testimonia s
have teen sent us from many of our mos: promi?
nent citizens, some sr which are subjoined. In
everything In which the articles now tn use are
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY ls perfect.
lt ls warranted to contain neither Sogar of Lead,
Sulphur or Nitrate or Sliver, lt does not Boll the
clothes or scalp, ls agreeably perfumed, and
makes one of the best dressings for the Hair in
ase. lt restores the color or the Hair "more per
feet and uniformly than any other preparation,"
and always does so in from three to ten days,
virtually reeding the roots or the Hair with all
the nourishing qualities necessary to Its growth
and healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and Induces a new growth or the Hair mere posi?
tively than anything else. The application of
this won Jerful discovery also produces a pleasant
and cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $1 a
bottle. ARTHUR NATT ANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. 0.
For sale by the Agent, DH. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston, s. c.
vUmcbes, Jtweirrj. ?TC.
French and American Clocks.
IS TO BE FOUND AT
No. 307 KINO STREET*
A J. L ? H N,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now In stock or my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Pattey's Cold Cream,
English Dalby's Carminative, British Oil, Roche'B
Embrocation and chiorodyne.
TILDEN k CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PHIS, AC AO ?NT FOB
FOBD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA FOB
Da. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and Goods of loreign man?
ufacture imported to order.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em?
bracing all New Remedies.
A foil assortment of Trasses and Bandages al?
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night. JaolOwfmiy
?Draga at tur)0iesaie.
fTTHE ATTENTION OF PHYSICIANS
AND DRUGGISTS ls solicited to the elegant
JOHN WYETH ft BROTHER,
They are made with scrupulous care and ex?
actness, and their facilities for manufacturing en?
able them to offer these preparations of the purest
quality, and at less rate than they can be prepar?
ed for in small quantities. Tbey are in daily use
by oar best practitioners in all parts of the coun?
try, and consist in part of:
EXTRACT OF BEEF, CITRATE OF IRON AND
Extract of Beef and Wine
h xtract of Beef and Wine, Iron and cinchona
Tasteless Cod Liver OU
Tasteless Cod Liver Oil, Ferrated
Wine or Calisaya
Elixir Pepsin and Bismuth
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth, Strychnia and Iron *
E ix lr To rr ax ac um, Compound
Syrup Lach. Phos. Lime
Elixir Bromide Sodium
Compound Syrup Phos. Manganese
Syrup Super Phos. Iron ;
Elixir Calisaya Bark, iron and Bismuth
Elis. Phos. Iron, Quinine and Stryohnla
.Elixir of Gentian, Ferrated
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strychnia
Elixir of Calisaya Bark
Compound Syrup of HypophoBphltes
Bitter wine of Iron
Ferrated Wine or Wild Cherry Bark
Elixir Yalerlanate of Ammonia
Elixir Yalerlanate Am moni i and Quinine
Elixir Bromide Potassium
Elixir of the Pyrophosphate of Iron
Comp. Finid Ext. Bachu and Pare!ra Brava
Compound Syrup of Phosphate, or Chemical Food
Ferrated Elixir or Cinchona
wine or Wild Cherry Bark
Elixir Yalerlanate or strychnia
Wine cr PcpEln
Elixir of Bismuth
Elixir of Hops
Ferrated cordial Elixir
Elixir Calisaya Bark, Iron and Strychnia.
All of the above preparations will be supplied at
the manufacturers' prices by
DGWLEr MOISE & DAVIS,
JN MEDICINE, QUALITY IS OF THE
PHILIP WIREMAN ft GO.,
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF
CHOICE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
NO. 86 HAYNE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
FTXILTP WXNKHAN. JOHN ASHH?B8T.
Beg respectfully to call- the attention of Physi?
cians, Druggists, Country Merchants and Plant?
ers, to their extensive and complete Stock of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY, MfUICT
GOODS, GLASSWARE, SURGICAL INSTRU?
MENTS, PAINTS, OILS, DTR STUTTS
AND PURE LIQUORS,
All of which have been selected with great care
and particularly with reference to quality.
Many houses sell Medicines and Pharmaceutical
Preparations with regard only to cheapness ; this
we avoid doing, "qnlck sales and small prouts"
being oar motto. Physicians and Country Mer?
chante can rely on procuring at our establish me n
none bat pure and reliable Gooda; and we folly
guarantee every preparation that bears our label.
Mr. WISEMAN being a regularly educated Drug?
gist and Apothecary, takes especial charge of the
Belog Agents for the most approved PATENT
MEDICINES, can offer them at proprietors' prices.
We are in receipt, by recent importations from
Europe, of the following Desirable Goods:
Howards A Sons' London CALOMEL
herring A Co.'a Blue Maas
Berrina A Co.'a Medlcioal Extracts
Atkinson A Blgger's Iodide Potass
Sarge's Pure Vienna Glycerine
English Oonc'd Ammonia}, in bottles
English Calcined Magnesia
Calvert's Carbolic Acid.
Together with a rall assortment or AMERICAN
CHEMICALS from the best makers.
We can offer with great confidence to the trade
the following Desirable Goods or our own mann
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS
Ext Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight
Essence Jamaica bmger
Crj stanized Worm Candi
Infallible Cough Speclflo
Improved Liver Pills.
The above articles are prepared with special ref?
erence to the diseases they are Intended to cure,
and are warranted in all cases to give perfect
(Clo trj in g ano i-nrrtierjing ?0009.
ELEGANT SUPPLY OF
NOW OFFERED BY
KING AND WENTWORTH STS.
IN THE STOCK ARE THE LEADING STYLES OF
CHEVIOT DERRY 8UIT8,
AT FROM 915 TO $25 PER SUIT,
SUITABLE FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES.
BLUE AND BLACK CLOTH MORNING COATS
DIAGONAL COATINGS Di DERBY AND
LIGHT MIXED CASSIMERE MORNING SUITS
ELEGANT FANCY CASSIMERE PANTS
ftc., AC, &C, Ac.
BOTS', TOOTHS' AND CHILDREN'S
OF NEW STYLES, HANDSOMELY MADE FOR ALL
AGES AND IN VARIETY OF QUALITIES.
SILK SCARFS, TIES AND BOWS, of Novel
Patterns and Styles.
GLOVES. SUSPENDERS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
?tc, ike. Lc
MERINO AND THREAD UNDERSHIRTS.
JEAN DRAWERS, of a new Patented make.
TN ALL QUALITIES, FROM $2 TO $3 50.
MANUFACTURED BY THE INVENTORS (FISK,
CLARK. A FLAGG) AT $4.
IMITATION CHEVIOT SHIRTS, AT $2.
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS, Ol over
Sapplled with a beautiful assortment of SCOTCH,
ENULTSH. FRBN. H AND AMEKl?AN CLOTHS,
COATINGS. DIAGONALS AND FANCY
CASSIMSRES, which win be made
up to order in bert style, at
moderate price i
Cloths, Coatings & Cassimeres
BOLD BY THE PIECE OR YARD.
runion gmw-*&nw **"?B'_
Bj JOHN G. M?LTOI. & CO.
STOCK OP BETAIL DBY GOODS/
STORE. THIS DAT. ll tb instant, at haUV
past io o'clock, we will sell at oar Store, No. 185_
Meeting i-1rcet, the balance of Mock or a Retail\
Dry Goods More, conslstlntr In part of Fancy ant}'
Mourning PRINTS, Fancy Delaine). Blue Denimsy .
Osnaburg, Bleached and Brown Shirting, t-hlre-T
in? Stripes, Llnseys, Tickings, Pant Staffa;. Flan- ~
nels, Towelllngr. Skirting. Ladles' Sacks, Belts.
Haw, Scarfs, Dresses, Handkerchief*, Shawls, >
Shirts, i Ta wera, Hosiery, Gloves, Threads, Comba,
Gents' Coat 8, Pams, ?C., with lut fr und rles. Also,/'
a general assortment of desirable and seasonable
.DBTQOODa. Conditions cash._april il
Bf H. H. DeLEON. i
STOCKS AND BONDS.
I wu! sell, THIS DAT, April nth, at cor?
ner East Bay and Broad streets, at ll o'clock,
18000 CITY STOCK, past lae.. ,
loo shares People's Bank Stock.
25 Shares Railroad an i Bank Stock.
. I SOO J Son err Carolina Railroad seven Per Cent,
Bonds. . '
$4000 Nortneastern Railroad Eight Fer dent;'
Second Mortgage Bonds. \ g
Terms cash. _, . april.'it
By SAM'L C. BLACK. . , ,
CITY SIX PER. CENT. STOCK^ AHDr
STATS BONDS. AT AUCTION.
W1U be Bold, THIS DAY. the 11th instant, gt ll;
A. M., at east end or Broad street.' "
$28,0C0 City of Charleston &1X<PI*B CENT. STOCK,
payable DJ 1877 9? . .. -,
414,000 Oity of Ch v leaton Six Per Cent Stock,
. payable In 1880 -L.,?. M
$8,000 New Bonds of State or South Carolina,
lssueiifor Con version of Securities, ?
Terms ca?nl^ ?_T april
By J. FRASER MATHEWES. 1
BUILDING LOT ON SUIJATAITS IB
?vin be sold THIS DAY, the nth instant, near
the Pos to Kee, at u o'clock,
LOT No. 102. Hume's Plat of Sullivan's Island,
on south side of Middle street, being second Lot
east of Fort Moultrie, containing about half aa
acre, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay me for-papen/
By B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
VERY CHOICE LOT, SULLIVAN'S
THIS DAY, the 11th Instant, at li o'clock, will
be sold at the Poatofflce.
LOT, No. 240. Hume's Plat, at comer or cove
and Accommodation streets, east or and quite
near the Fort-contains about % of an acre.
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay ns for papen
and stamps._ april
By HOLMES & MACBETH,
11/ILL BE SOLD THIS DAY, THE
VV nth int tant, at li o'clock, at the Old Pest
Ail that LOT OF LAND." with the Buildings
thereon, situate at tbe southwest corner of Com?
ing and Montague streets, measuring and con?
taining la front on Coming stn e. 42 feet, and la:
depth 82 feet; butting and bounding north on
Montagne street, aoutii on Lands now or late or
-, east on Coming street, and west on
Lands or Reeder, the above measurement being
a little more or lets; ... ...;.?
-Ti rms or sale-one-half cash; balance In one
year, tecured by bond and mortgage of the
premises; buildings insured and policy assigned.
Parch asor to pay for papers sud stamps.
By LOWNDES & GRIM BALL.
LOT ON WEST SIDE OF EAST BAY,
between Market and Goignard streets, at
Wiu be sold at east end of Broad street,
THIS DAY, 11th April.
Ail that LOT OF LAND, on the west side of East
Bay, between Market and Gatgnard streets, and
designate l on a plat or William Hame, Surveyor,
made Deomber 27, 1870, as lot C, measuring In
front on East Bay 22 feet ? inches, by 118 feet 8
Inches deep, more or less. -."
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, tecured by bond and mortgage, with Inter?
est from day of sale, payable annually. Purchaser
to pay tor papers and stamps, . april
Unction Bain~~fntuTt jUaga.
SKITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALB.
A. T. Stewart A Co. vs. Kerrison A Leid In g
nlted states of America, bomb. Carolina Dis?
By virtue of a Writ, cf Fieri Facias, to me di
recced and delivered, tstalng oat of the Honora?
ble the Circuit coon of the Untied States tor the
District aforesaid. I will exp..se for sale to the
highest bidder at the east end of Broad street. Ul
the City of Charleston, on MONDAY, the 6th day
or May, 1872. (oeiug the Drat Monday of said
month,) ac li o'clock A. M"
All tue right, title and Interest of the df fend?
ants tn and to the following PROPERTY, viz.?
All that LoT OF LAND situate on the north,
side or Hasel street, in the City of charleston
measuring and con tain mg tm y (to) feet on
front and rear Unes, aid so throughout in
width, and In depth one hundred and twenty,
seveu (12;) leet (Winding tue. brick wall at the
Lor.h which wholly belongs to said Lot.) be
the said mea-urcment a lune more or less. Bat- *
ting and bounding to the north on Laads of J.
Thomson and partly on Lands whereon tao Mili?
tary Hail ls erected, te the east on Lands cf the
Charleston Jewisn Congregation of Beth Elohim,
or House of God, and to the west partly on Lot or
the Estate or Moses C. Levy, now or lately occu?
pied by A. H. Hayden, partly on Lands of Samuel
Fisher and John Marton, and partly on two
j other Lots of the said Estate of Mosed a Levy,
' now or lately occupied by John Daly and Wil?
All that TWO STOBY DWELLING HOU-E, situ?
ate, lying and being on Wentworth street, tn the
Cuy of charleston, now or 'ately known as No* "
119; and also all that Lei, Piece or Parcel ol Land
whereon lt stands, with the other buildings and
oui buildings thereon, which said Lot measures
end contains 106 Ieee on Wentworth street, and
146 feet m depth, bs tue same more or less; bat?
ting and bounding to the north on Wentworth
street sturesald, to the south and easton Lands
now or late of Elizabeth Corbett, and to the weat
on Lauds now or late of Robert Hume, being com
Ec sed chiefly of part of Lot No. 40, and partly of
ot No. 89, m the plan of Harleston Green, record?
ed Di the office Of the Common Pitas at Charles- '
All that LOT OF LAND, on the sooth side of
Wentworth street, measuring and containing 80
feet front on Wentworth sire? t, and in depth 600
feet, be the same more or les - ; bounded on the
east by Lands of B. D. Lazarus, on the west by
Land of Mrs. wilkinson, on the north by Went?
worth street, a.d on the south by Lands formerly
of B. D. Lazarus, and now of Miss Bunneau'a,
All that LOT OF LAND, situate on the north*
west corner of Legare and Gibbs streets, In the
City or Charleston: measuring and ooncalnlng In
front on Legire street 148 feet, and in depth from
east to weston the northern line 101 feet, and on
Gibbs street 98 feet, more or less; butting and
bounding on the north on Land formerly or Mrs.
charlotte W. Smith, to the east on Legare street, -
to the south on uibbs Btreet, and to the west on
other Lands of the said Edwin L. Kerrison.
Levied on as the property of Ken Ison & Leid
lng, dc rendan ts, at the sale of A. T. Stewart A co.,
Terms of sale cash. Purchasers to pay U. ?.
Marshal for all necessary papers and revenue
stamps. R. M IVA LL A CK,
april.I9,may6_U. N Mar?had.
By W. T. LEITCH & SUS, BRUNS, \
HANDSOME AND DESIRABLE BRICK
will be sold on THURSDAY, the 18th instant, at
ll o'clock, at the Old Post office, J- i
That Three-Story BRICK MANSION, situated'
on the east side of East Bay street, adjoining the
Ease Battery, containing In front, west side on
East Bay street, 96 feet, and on north Hue 42 feet;
bounding north on Southern Wuarf and north?
east on same, and containing on that side 108
feet, and south by the water, containing on that
side 62 feet. The House contains six upright
rooms, two dressing rooms, psntry, with brick
kitchen, carriage house and stable, with a re?
markably dry cellar, and gas throughout the
The location ls one of the most desirable in tbe
city. It ls salubrious, conveniently near to busi?
ness, and commands a beaut.rai view of the har?
bor. In the sommer months tt ls open to the pre?
vailing breezes from the south, and In the winter
it ls much protected from the north winds by the
me Fast Battery promenade In the foreground,
with the shipping of various nationalities lying
at anchor in the adjacent Bay, formed by the con?
fluence of the Ashley and Cooper Rivers, make a
most agreeablo picture; while Fort Sumter, Moul?
trie ville, James island and the Atlantic ocean
seen in the distance, serve to enhance and com*
pl cte the beauty of the prospect. Although the
buildings are so near the river, yet they are per?
fectly safe, the foundation being very Arm, hav- -
lng been built originally or concrete and formed
part ot a fort In colonial times.
Terms-one-third cash; balance In one, two and
three years, secured by band and mortgage or the
premises, with interest at 7 per cent.; property to
be insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay ns for papers and stamps.
LIVE AND LEARN. DIE AND
TUB SOUTHERN DTK HOCHE,
Ka 889 Kura STRUT,
Dyes and Cleans by means of steam, Gentle,
men's Ladles and Children's Clothes. Fine Laces
and Lace Curtains cleaned and done np with th?
Soft or Manufacturers' Fiolsb; Lace and Crape
Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and Dyed.
.MW Goods received and returned by Expresa,
jun22-iyr L BILLER, Proprietor,