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If O KV-KLUX TRIALS YET.
jgVaitlng to Hear from the Supreme
Coa rt-Compromise Pleas in Pour Old
No trials of the Ku-Klux cases have yet
been reached In the United States Circuit j
Court, all ol the defendants arraigned jester- j
day having concluded to plead guilty to the
less criminal counts of their Indictments npon
the abandonment of the others by the gov?
ernment. The court assembled promptly at
ten o'clock, with Judges Bond and Bryan on
the bench, Dlsttict-Attorney Corbin, Mr. Earle,
Major Stone and Colonel Merrill appearing for
the government, and with the usual crowded
audience ol colored men and women filling
the space outside of the rails.
District Attorney Corbin annonnced that
the government was ready to proceed in the
case of Julius Howe, ol York County, who
wa? indicted at the November term ot the
' court upon five charges of conspiracy, Ac.
Major Hart appeared for the defendant, who,
on being arraigned, pleaded guilty to one of
the charges, and the other lour charges were
nol prossed by the government
Eliza Hardy and Felix Dover, of York
County, Indicted for conspiracy, Ac., In April,
1871, In vlo'atlon of the act of May, 1871, were
arraigned and pleaded guilty.
Walker Moore was arraigned upon the
charges of conspiracy against Thomas Round
tree, and murder, and pleaded guilty to the
. charge of conspiracy, the charge of murder
Henry F. Ferguson, Indicted for conspiracy
and released on ball, not appearing in court j
according to the obligation of his recogni?
zance; a writ of BClre facias was ordered to be
Issued against his bondsmen, returnable on
the 22d instant.
The district attorney then annonnced that
the government had no more cases ready for
trial, the defendants In all the caseB which
they had prepared for trial having pleaded
guilty. Judge Bond announced that if any ol
the counsel in court were prepared to go to ' '
trial with, any of the civil cases on ihn docket,
the court would hear them then, o. .t any
time during the term, when similar circum- ' '
stances caused an interruptloL In the criminal
business. The docket, he said, would not be '
called peremptorily, but counsel could bring
np any case, by consent, at any time during
the leisure of the court
The name of John Rodgers should not have
appeared among the list of indictments re?
turned in the United States Court on Tuesday, | j
no indictment having, been lound against
A REVENUE CASE.
The grand jury returned a true bill of In-11
dlcfment against Henry Dosher, oharglng him
with carrying on the business of retail liquor
dealer without paying the special tax. The
defendant pleaded not guilty, and was re?
manded for trial.
The Inferior Court
waa opened at the usual hour by Judge Lee.
The following cases were disposed of:
Mary Jones, petty larceny. Sealed verdict
Guilty, but recommended to the clemency of
Paul Wilkinson, assault and battery. Not
Henry Draine, assault with Intent to kill
and assault and battery. Verdict, guilty of
assault'with intent to kill, but recommended
(9 Ute mercy of the court
W. H. Harrison and John Lee, gran?* lar?
ceny. This case occupied the court up to the
hour of adjournment and the Jury, under In
structions, brought in a sealed 7 er diet.
T.ae grand Jury brought in no bill against
JO?IL McPherson for disorderly conduct and
assault and battery; and true bills against
Peter Daniels, Wm. Grant? Ashley Carrero
Alick Williams, Charles Jones, Henry Jones
and Wm. F. Bedding, assault with Intent to
kill and'assault and battery; Jerry White, Em?
ma White and Jacob Robinson, grand larceny
and Tappin G. Green, breach of trust and
At half-past three o'olock the court adjourn-11
ed until ten this morning. | t
FOB PHILADELPHIA THIS AFTERNOON.-The
steamship Wilmington having been detained
wm sail this afternoon, at five o'clock, from
Union wharves. Through bills of lading ls
sued lo Boston and the New England cities,
FREIGHT TO EUROPE.-Mr. Henry Card clear?
ed yesterday the Norwegian bark Heinrich
Bjorn, for Liverpool, wiih twenty-nine bags
sea island and nine, hundred and sixty-one
bales upland cotton, and one hundred and
fifty io D s phosphate rock. Also, the Norwe
glan bark Ursus Minor, for Belfast, Ireland,
with four hundred and ninety tons phosphate
OUR PRICES CURRENT.-We especially invite
the attention of our merchants to THE NEWS
Prices current, issued this morning. Made
up with the utmost care, and handsomely
printed with entirely new type, it forms, with
the business card of the house forwarding it,
the most attractive and welcome weekly
commercial circular that can be used. Price,
for ten copies or more, with business cards,
two and a half cents per copy; single copies
five cents. _ _,
SALE OF STOCKS.-The following securities
were sold yesterday morning at auction by
Samuel C. Black:
$23,000 city six .per cent, stock, payable in
1877, at 54 cents.
$14,000 of same, payable in 1886, at 51.}
$6000 new bonds of the State ol South Caro?
lina, Issued for conversion of securities, at
These bonds had the coupons for July, 1871,
and January, 1872, attached to them, and
hence the Increase In the market value.
IN MEMORIAM.-A largely attended meeting
of the Medical Society of South Carolina was
held at noon yesterday at the Roper Hospital,
with the president, Dr. J. Ford Prloleau, in
the chair, to take appropriate action In view
o? the death of their distinguished brother
physician, Dr. Samuel Henry Dickson. Nearly
every member of the society residing in this
City waB in attendance, as well aa a number of
gentlemen of tbe medical profession ^n0 are
not connected with the society. Besolutlons
or regret and condolence were offered by Dr.
E. Geddings, and unanimously adopted, and
appropriate remarks were made by Dr. Wm.
T. Wragg^Dr. R. A. Kinloch, Dr. C. U. Shep?
ard, Sr., and Dr. F. P. Porcher.
CLUBS AND STABS-Francis Delmotte, a
white boy found sleeping on the doorsteps ol
a residence In Radcliffe street at Ave o'clock
yesterday morning, was fined one dollar,
which he paid, and lett for home.
Mai garet Walsh, arrested lor lying down
drunk In front of the .??ina Englne-Houee, m
Queen street, was dismissed on account of her
James HUI, lodged for raising a disturbance
at the corner of State and Queen streets, was
fined one dollar.
Two nice young men, who were overcome
by the heat of the weather and the fumes of
mean whiskey and tell asleep In the Market,
were fined one dollar each for being drunk.
They sighed and settled.
A Intrusive goat, which led a policeman a
lively chase airong the stalls of the Market,
was captured and fined one dollar. The owner
has not yet called.
THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.
Important Quarterly Mt-eti ns-Sub?
soil Draining-Floral Exhibition, &c.
The regular quir?terjyjneetlng of the Agri?
cultural Society of 'South Carolina was held
last evening, at trie Board of Trade Rooms,
the president, Hon. Charles Macbeth, In the
After the transaction of some private busi?
ness, Mr. Wm, M. Lawton called the attention
of the meeting to the Agricultural Congress, to
be held io St Louis on the 27th of May next.
He said that circulars had been received from
St. Louis showing that the use ol the spacious
Fair Grounds near that ciry had been obtained
for the congress, and the most extensive pre?
parations were on foot to further Its objects.
He deemed this congress one of the most Im?
portant to the agricultural Interests of the
South ever known, and moved that five dele?
gates from the society to the congress be ap?
pointed Instead of three. The motion was
carried, and the appointment left to the chair
at Its leisure.
On motion of Mr. Lawton, a committee of
three was appointed by the chair to visit the
plantation or Mr. W. G. Hinson, on James Is?
land, and report upon the plan of under-drain?
ing, recently established by bim in a field of
thirty acres. The chair appointed Messrs.
Wm. M. Lawton, W. G. Vardell and E. L.
Roche on the committee.
Dr. H. B. Horlbeck, of the committee on re?
pairs, stated that the repairs oin the buildings
of the farm owned by the society were not yet
comp!eied*,^j)nt he would be ready to report
In full at the neil meeting.
The executive coiWitt?e next made their
report, which was discussed in detail as fol?
lows: They recommended that a committee
ol three be appointed to report at the next
quarterly meeting- as to the feaalblhtv of hold?
ing au agricultural lair some time in the ?In?
ter. After some dobate fae whole matter was
?eft to the Judgment of the executive com-" ~
They reported that they had been requested
? hold?floral exhibition ,ln this city next
nonth, and that, at a meeting of the comm i t
:ee, a sub-committee had been appointed to
:onsid?r the matter and report ?t the present
Dr. A. B. Bose, chairman r ie sub-commit- j
iee, made the following report: ' ,
The committee appointed by the executive i
lom mittee to take into consideration the feasi- 1
J ill ty ol holding a flower exhibition, under the i
luspices of the society, reported that they bad i
?ailed upon several of the gentlemen of the 1
:ity possessing collections of exotic flowers1 f
md rare plants, and had been cordially met by i
hem with promises of assistance and co-op- ]
?ration. Prizes not only for exotica but for l
be finest specimens of cit flowers, early veg- ]
table?, lrulta and berries, could be offered,, t
rhlch would, doubtless, bring forth a good <
lisplay of such articles. Contributions ol oil ' j
lalotings, engravings, and other works of arr, <
ould also be solicited from the citizens, which <
rould add much to the attractiveness of the
xhlbltlon. Mr. J. B. Campbell had further
lore kindly offered to the society the use of
be Byan mansion In Calhoun street, a bulld?
og admirably adapted for the purpose. The ?
ommlttee therefore recommended that the
xhibition should take place as early In the
aonth of May as convenient, and thar a com?
mittee be appointed to carry into effect the
rlsbes of the society. g
The report was unanimously adopted, and 8
he chair appointed the following committee; j
ir. A. B. Bose, Dr. H. B. Horlbeck, Major W. t
i. Vardell andPMessrs. E. L. Boche, 8. Thom- t
3, Jr., A. B. Holmes, T. M. Hanckel, Jr., and g
L E. Davis. 9
The committee ?is? recommended the ap- r
ointment o? a committee on the meteorolo- a
leal features of the season, to report quar- t
?rly. The recommendation was adopted and t
ie following committee appointed: Proles- -t
'JV John McCrady and Dre. Shepard and i
They also recommended the appointment of t
committee on transportation, who should t
.irnish to the society a list of the various E
Ines ehlppiog produce, and their charges; ^
Iso, their modes or handling the articles, and ]
he condition In which the same arrived at t
he place of destination. The suggestion was f
dopted, and the committee appointed as lol- E
ows: Dr. H. B. Horlbeck and Messrs. J. A. F
Ltklnson-and James Price. I
They lastly recommended that a committee ?
ie appointed on exports, who should report j
o the society the number and contents of the
lackages shipped during the season by the <
ruck farmers. The report was adopted, and ,
he committee appointed, consisting of Dr. A. ]
3. Bose and Messrs. E. L. Roche and H. W. ?
The lollowlog applicants were elected mern- i
>ers: Messrs. Francis S. Holmes, W. L. Tren- i
?olm, H. H. Raymond, B. M. Heriot, P. T.
Lawton, James G. Holmes, Jr., and William i
L Bradley. Tbe meeting then adjourned. ,
WAHBAW CHURCH, ST. JAMES SANTE E.
Wardens-A. H. Seabrook, S. D. Doar. Ves
xymen-Thos. Plnckney, Dr. W. T. W. Baker,
L H. Lucas, Jas. C. Doar, Dr. S. D. Doar. Del?
egates to Convention -A. H. Seabrook, S. D.
Doar, Dr. W. T. W. Baker, Wm. Lucas, Jr.
CHURCH OP THE HOLY TRINITY, GRAHAMVILLE.
Wardens-Jno. H. Howard, C. C. Dupont,
festrymen-W. C. Howard, Dr. T. H. Grego?
rio, Dr. B. W. Seabrook, T. H. Howard, Dr.
Foseph De wees, Joseph Glover and Dr. C. E.
Dupont. Delegates to the Convention-Dr.
Seabrook, J. H. Howard, C. C. Dupont and Dr.
MERCANTILE AGENCY ANNUAL FOR ' 1872.
We have received from Mr. Holmes, the mana?
ger of the Charleston office of Messrs. R. G.
Dun A Co., a copy of this useful annual. In
addition to the usual statistics regarding the
Federal and State Governments, lt contains
an abstract of the State laws relating to debt,
a marine Insurance digest, a synopsis of the
national basking law, the United States tariff,
the rates of postage, navigation tables, and a
variety of other information of Importance to
the merchant and business man. It ls pub?
lished by Dun, Barlow & Co., o? No. 83 Centre
Btreet, New York, and is In every respect a
first-class mercantile almanac and book of
A WANTON OUTRAGE.-On the return of the
Ku-Klux prisoners from the United States
Court to the House of Correction, at the ad?
journment of the court yesterday morning, a
disgraceful scene occurred which should ba
carefully guarded against in the future, as
much lor the sake of the peace and credit of.
the city as lor the sake of the prisoners them?
selves. The prisoners were followed all the
way up Broad street by a crowd of colored
men and women, gathering accessions from
every group ol loungers assembled on the
streets, r.nd all hooting, yelling and hurling
all manner of obscene and abusive epithets
upon tbe unfortunate prisoners. The small
guard ol deputy marshals la cnarge or the
party made no attempt to repress these un?
seemly demonstrations, and perhaps would
have been powerless to do so If they bad been
inclined; but surely some efficient means
should be taken by the proper authorities,
either city or Federal, to prevent a repetition
of an occurrence which ls at once a serious
annoyance to all respectable persons upon the
streets, and a wanton Insult to men who,
whatever have been their offences, are now
firmly within the clutches or the law, and
likely to receive at lea?t their full measure of
-?? i. , ~ -rrr.
OTHELLO AS THE ACADEMY.
'.Othello'' was given at toe Academy last
evening, Mr. Booth appearing aa "Iago," a
I role in which his fine abilities were displayed
to peculiar advantage. "Iago1' is so unmiti?
gated a villain that the sympathy which an
actor claims in the part is purely and exclu?
sively that intellectual admiration which clev?
erness and intelligence, however misdirected,
never fail to excite In men. This tribute Mr.
Booth certainly deserved, and obtained. His
impersonation waa thoughtful, correct, spir?
ited, and, in the main, consistent We are in?
clined, however, to doubt the artistic propriety
of the pantomimic exit which closed his part.
"Iago's" hate and malice hardly needed to be
so practically illustrated.
The interest of the play last evening was
mainly sustained by Mr. Booth. There Is no
room in the role of Desdemona for the
sprightliness and vivacity which are Mrs,
Booth's most engaging characteristics; and
Mr. Shewell's "Othello" can only be described
as exaggerated and overdone. To lear one's
passion to tatters ls as objectionable in
"Othello" aa Shakespeare thought it was In
To-night Mr. Booth takes a benefit In a fine
double bill, including "Borneo and Juliet" and
"The Taming or the Shrew"-certainly an at?
The Ravels are Coming.
It will be seen by an advertisement In anoth?
er column that the Bavel-Martlnettl Troupe
the old-time favorites of the pantomimic
stage-are to begin a short season at the
Academy of Music next Monday evening, to ;
continue four nights, with one matinee on
Wednesday afternoon. The sale of reserved
seats will begin at the box office to-morrow
morning. This splendid company Is Just com?
pleting a highly successful tour of the South,
ano have everywhere received the most flat?
tering ecomlums of the press. The following
recent notice is taken from an exchange:
-Thc Martlneltl-Ravel Troupe again exoel
leniiy-?iifliied their programme last evening
to the gratnioaUoQ 0f a large audience. To?
night they make ni?ir jast appearance In a
grand programme, presemiu^ three panto- i
mines: The Hungarian Rendezvous?Jocko,
(the Brazilian Ape.) and the Italian Briga-a*^. <
with new songs, dances and beautiful tab- 1
teaux. Mr. Huniley will also give some or bis
inimitable banjo performances. The hall will
doubtless'be crowded, and we advise these
suring of seals early. The entertainment last '
evening Included two full pantomimes: The J
Green Monster and Pat-a-Cake, which were .1
full ol fun and laughable tricks and transfor- .
mations. Between the pieces. Mr. Huntley '
nave specimens of his marvellous skill with '.
the banjo, including a waltz performed while j
iwinging the banjo round his head, holding ,
ind playing the instrument with his unaided '
left hand. His songo were wonderful exhibi?
tions ol vocal gymnastics. There were also
pleasing dances, including a Highland fling |
)y the lillie baby of the company feur years j
)ld, and the boy of six. in a stomp speech,
rave the dictionary a severe dusting. This 1
?Vening the company should have a bumper '
>f a house at parting. 4
y Beautiful Day In the Woods-Large (
Attendance of Visitors. i
The children ol the St Patrick's Sunday
ohool enjoyed their annual picnic yesterday
kt the Sohulzenplatz. The pupils, to the nnm
ier of five hundred or more, accompanied by
heir teachers and a host of young friends,
00k the cars at the Ana Btreet depot of the (
louth Carolina Railroad; and at half past eight (
1 long train, crowded with Joyous young hearts, t
noved slowly out of the city and sped ewilily E
.long the verdant fields to the avenue leading g
0 the Scbufzenplatz. The living freight was
tore discharged, and a dense crowd, swelled
ty the constant additions from groan
ng omnibuses and other vehicles, moved c
ip the avenue and scattered among t
he pleasant grounds or the Platz. Amuse- c
nents of every description, nine-pins, balls,
wings and carousals, were soon in lull blast,
vhlie at intervals the St Patrick's Brass c
Sand, which accompanied the school, sent
heir inspiriting and sentimental airs echoing
imong the groves of pines and oaks. With
iuch a band, dancing was not to be resisted, <
ind the hours flew swiftfly by until after f
uncheon had been discussed, when the
imusemenls became less brisk, and the youth- -
[ul assemblage begau to think or home.
One of the most pleasing episodes or the
lay was the presentation to Superintendent
Jehu T. Kanapaux of a handsome sliver gob?
let by the teachers of the male department of
the' Sunday-school. The presentation was
neatly made by one of the teachers, and was ?
accepted with a touching response from the
superintendent At about six o'clock the
visitors began to move off Irom the Platz, 1
and, taking the train In walting, moved ;
quietly back to the city, having spent the ,
pleasantest of days. It ls estimated that fully ;
twelve hundred persons were present during .
the day at the picnic.
THOSP TOBACCO BOXES.-One of the parties ;
reported lor selling tobacco boxes without 1
obliterating the revenue stamps has reported
the buyer who Informed upon him, and yes?
terday had him arrested. The case was ex?
amined before the United States commission?
er, and the defendant was made to give bail
for his appearance before the Circuit Ccurt.
THE IEISH VOLUNTEER RIFLE CLUB.-The
roll of this promising organization is being
rapidly filled up, and upon lt are the names ol
many prominent citizens who were native
Irishmen. No one has a better lille to be an
Irish Volunteer than these, and their acces?
sion ls greeted with pleasure by those who
already are members of this club. We take
pleasure in mentioning this circumstance, as
in a late notice or the organization cf the club
lt seemed to be Implied that none but citizens
ol Irish descent could become members or the
club. ? _
SALES OF REAL ESTATE.-Yesterday morn?
ing, at auction, was sold by Holmes & Mac?
beth the lot with buildings at the southwest
corner of Coming and Montague streets, forty
two feet In front by eighty-two feet deep, lor
eight hundred and twenty-five dollars-one
half cash, and the balance in one year.
By Lowndes AGrlmball: The lot on the
west side ol East Bay, between Market and
Gu?gnard Btreets, twenty-two and a half feet
in front by one hundred and lourteen fee
deep, for seven hundred and fifty dollars_
one-third cash, and the. Glance in one and
CRUMBS.-Mr. J. H. Junlgblulh has been ap?
pointed keeper and caterer ol the Board o?
Trade Clubhouse in place of Mr. Lemon, re?
The "Presbytery of Atlantic" is in session
at the Wallingford Church.
State Treasurer Parker was in town yester?
day, and returned last evening to Columbia.
Attorney-General Chamberlain is again in
Mr. George W. Huntley arrived in the city
yesterday as the advance agent or the Marti
nettl-Ravel ballet and pantomime troupe, who
are to open at the Academy o? Mu-ic next
Meetings ol the several clubs who are to
attend the anniversary parade and maroon to?
morrow will be held to-night, and the final
arrangements perfected. A full attendance of
all who will participate 1B most earnestly de?
Meeting? Till? Day.
Washington Light Infantry Elfie Club, at
Palmetto Guard Rifle Club, at half-paet 7
Charleston Steam Fire Engineers' Associa?
tion, at 8 P. M.
Brotherly Association, at 12 M.
Marlon Lodge, L 0. 0. F., at 8 P. M.
Washington Lodge, I. 0. G. T., at 8 P. M.
Survivors' Association, at 1 P. M.
People's Savings Institution, at 5 P. M.
Auction Salce This Day.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, furniture, shop goods, Ac.
Macqueen A Rlecke will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at No. 8 Elliott street, household fur- ;
nlture and contents of bar-room.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, boots, shoes and hats.
MES9RS: STOLL, WfBB & Co., at No. 287
King street, announce a grand spring opening ]
of all the beautiful. novelties that can be
Imagined in dress goods, ribbons, laces, cor?
sets, linen, and everything that the ladles can
desire lu the way of dry goods. Their prices
have been marked down, and some splendid
bargains are offered in beautiful and season?
able goods. _
SAVE TOUR MONET ?-The merchants of this
city can have the photographs of their places
of business framed at sixty cents each. Hasel
street Bazaar. aprl2-12
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS a specialty at]
Plenge's, No. 201 King street. ap ri 2-2
I NOTICED as I was going along Churoh
street, I saw a fine lot of "well fed Cattle at I
my friend Kennedy's, opposite the Gashouse. |
He bas plenty of Milk and Cream on hand all,
times of the day. aprl2-l*
GENTS, If you want a fine dress or business |
Suit, made at a reasonable price, go to Menke j
fc Muller. They have the largest stock ol
gp^^^^ajdthe^best cutters In the city apr9
WE CALL partlcu^r-wan^n to our very
large assortment of Cloths, iiT^rm,rxuac?,
BroivD, Olive, best European make; also"'
Fancy Cassimeres, Diagonals, Tweeds, Linen |
Ducks, Coatings, Vestings, at very low figures.
These goods were purchased before the ralee I
n the market. FORCHOOTT, BENEDICT, A Co., \
STo. 244 King street. aprS
ONE CASE Buff Lawns, fast colors, 16 cents
Der yard; one case of Buff, Brown, Slate
Linen, suitable for ladlee suiting, at 2F cents j
Der yard; one case of French Mozambiques, at i
?5 cents per jard. FUROBGOTT, BENEDICT &
3o., No. 244 King street^ apr8
AN ELEGANT assortment ol Sewing Silks at
15 cents per dozen. Also, the best Machine
Cotton in the world, namely, John Clarke, Jr.,
fcCo.'e. We would Invite attention to the
ibo ve at Singer Sewing Machine office.
TRACING WHEELS ! Tracing Wheels I
febl6-f HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re?
solved one thousand boxes, each containing
me quire of fine Note Paper and Envelopes ]
o match, (without Initial,) also Penholder j
md Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel ]
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Boom. ]
VALUABLE AND RELIABLE.-"Brown's Bron-11
ihlal Troches" are Invaluable to those exposed
0 Budden changes, affording prompt relief in
toughs, colds, Ac. aprv-tuinss
CROQUET 1 CROQUET I-The cheapest in the
:ity. Price $4. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of j
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel <
1 tree t Bazaar._ _ dec29
CHEILLEV'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
sven alter wear, for any imperfections, such es
?earing or ripping.
(Paris, 20 Bue de la Paix.
London, 63 Regent street.
New York, 929,Broadway.
Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FUROHOOTT, BENEDICT A Co., sole Agents
tor Charleston._ _nov3-6mos
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
ind large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinde,
Balusters, Mouldings, Ac, are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his wardrooms,
No. 20 Hay ne street and No. 33 Pinokney street.
The above are-all made at his own lactory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
american Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
best manufacturers. mch8-fmwlyr
Olotrpng, tailoring, Ut.
SPRING ANO SUMMER, 1872.
MENEE & MULLER,
NO. 325 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS BELOW LIBERTY STREET,
Invite attention to their large and splendid
Btock Of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES. COATINGS,
Suiting Cheviots, Lineas, Ac, and the -handsom?
est selection ol Pants and Vest Patterns, which
will be made to order under the supervision or a |
most sklllnl and fashionable cutter.
FOR MEN, TOOTH, BOYS AND CHILDREN, of J
every style and quality, and at very low
AND A COMPLETE09TOCK OF GENTS
Which embraces the celebrated STAR SHIRTS
and the choicest novelties in NECK WEAR.
AU orders promptly executed and satisfaction
pHAS. LIEBEN ROOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Offices-No. 128 Meeting street, and corner Une
and Meeting streets.
49-HigheBt prices paid in Cash for Crude Turp?n
Virgin..$5 ou I Yellow Dip $4 00 | Hard.$2 76
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J> L. LTJNSFORD,
rebe smith Street, north of Wentworth.
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?). 287 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C
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WE EEG TO CALL THE ATTENTION OF OCR FRIENDS AND PATRONS-ESPECIALLY THE'
LADIES-to lar? e invoices of
SPRING- DRESS GOODS
RECEIVED AND OPENED FROM EVERY STEAMER THAT ARRIVES. A LARGE LOT OF
DOLLY VARDEN DRESS GOODS, AT 25 0ENT3
ALSO, CH EN"E. MOHAIRS
JAPANESE PL AIDS . AND STRIPES
LENOS IN S TRIPES, ALL 8HADES
CHENE CHALLI AND FIGURED CHALLI
DRESS GOODS FOR SUITS, 8PRING POPLINS
SPRING CAMBRICS, 4-4 WIDE, FIGURED
. '_. . . ,. ,., FRENCH PERCALES, AT 20. CENTS,
For School and Vining Dresses. New styles and Shades by every Steamer. New Masllns and
Lawns, one case very cheap. Colored Muslins at 12)? cents, Warranted fast. Fall Hoes.at 16 cents,
at 20 cents and 26 cents. .
BLACK ALPACAS at every price, In all of the best brands, ranging la prices at 20,25,86,60,00,
76 cents. We guarantee tue above at very low figures.
Black Silks at every price, ranging from $L *! 28, $1 60, $l16/s2to $8. -;
Colored Alpacas and D> ab shades In Empress Cloths, very desirable lor Spring Dresses. .: > .
A large lot or Shepherd Plaid Poplins at 25 cent*. Five cases o? ?pring Calicoes, all of the beat
brand?, warranted, at 12 >? cents at re tallie neapt-r by the piece.
Longcloths, In all of the standard brands, at the lowest wholesale prices by the piece. ..
New Lace Goods and WhiteGeoda in every variety and style. One case of Choice styles in White
Pique, ranging from 20 to 60 cent*. These Goods are cheap.
Hosiery and Gloves in fall Unes.
Ladles can always suit themselves with CORSETS at our Store, where they can buy good Corsets
at 76 cents, worth $1. A large int of corsets, a Utile discolored, marked djwn to $1.
A very good KID GLOVE at 80 cents.
Ribbons and Bows of every Variety and Shade.
SASH RIBBONS In rich andi handsome qualities ,- ? .
Bair Ribbons, Bonnet Ribbons. Trimmings and Fanoy Notions
Robert's "Parabola Needles," Bald to be tbe best in the world ' ? *
Coates best six-Coid'SpoolCotton, at 70 cents per dosen, solid numbera.
Clark's best six-Cord spool Cotton,EUctSpojis, at 70 cents per dozen, solid numbers.
ALSO, BARGAINS IN OUR
LINEN AND HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
Such as Table NAPKINS and Doylies, Towelings of au Undi, Tabling Damasks, cheap Unen Towels,
rrom $1, $128, si 60. (SI 80 very cheap) to $240 per dozen. *ummv umou I?*??,
We are also showing very large and attractive stocks In each department at the lowest Azures
tor cash or city acceptance.
We keep always on hand a fnll assort meet of
"L GOoDd sx?rrrA.Bt?E; FOB LADIES* WEAK,
3uch as LACES, Dress Goods. Embroideries, Silts,' L. O. Handkerchiefs, White Goods. 8hawls. Black
Gloods, Parasols, Hoopskirta, Notions. Also, , . '
5uch as KEBSETS, Lon*cloths, Plaina, ' Parally Llbens. Woollens, Brown. Shirtings. Satinets,
DB1?*?MuiasaimereB, Gingham*, Black Cloths, Osnaburgs, sheeting, Blankets of au qualities. At '
STOLL, WEBB CO.,
aprl2-fmw,lmo_ ~~y*?*aXTE NEW MASONIC TEMPLE, CHARLESTON,,8. O.
A CHANCE FOE SPOETSMEN.
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THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECEIVED DIRECT FROM EUROPE AN INVOICE OF
WISHES TO DISPOSE OF THE LOT IN, ON?
BRAND RAFFLE OF 300 CHANCES, AT $5 PER 6HANSE,
There will be forty (to) Prizes, or one chance In SEVEN AND A HALF insures a Prize. The
?Tizes are aa follows: . . *
PRIZK. TALUS. . : PBIZB. .. VAL?S'
1st. Double contredire Breach loading Gun 2isr. Doable Muzzle-loading Gan.tao
complete...."..$125 22J. Double Muzzle-loading Gan. 80
2d. Doable Mnzzlcloadiag, very One....1/6 281. Doable Muzzle-loading ann. 80
3d. Double Central Are Breech-loading Gun. 110 ??4th. Double Maisie loading Gan. ii 26
4tn. Double Fine Mutz;e losdlBg Gan. 76 26th. Double Muzzle-loading Gun. SS
5th. Double Breech-loading Gao, Pm Cart* 26th. Donble Muzzle-loadlng.Qaa..26
ridge.'.-..ii. 76 -iKh. Double Muzzle-loading Gun. 28
flto. Double Muzzle loading Gun. 06 29th. Doable Muzzle-loading Gan..... 36
7tb. Double Muzzle-loading Ono. 60 wth. Double Muzzle loading Gun.. 2ft
31 h. Double Muzzle loading Gan. 60 80ih. Single, Boy, Fine. 20.
9th. Doub.e Muzzle-loading G un. 60 31st. Single, Boy, Fine. 16
,0th. Doable Muzzle-loading Gun. to 82d. single, Boy Fine. 16
Ith. Donble Muzz e-Ioadlng Gan. 40 83d. Fine Shot Pouch and Powder Flask.... 5
2th. Doable Muzzle loading Gan.. 85 Mik. Fine Sbot Pouch and Powder Flask*... 6
3th. Doable Muzzle-loading Gun. 86 asth. Flue Shot Pouch aod Powder Flask.'..'. 6
4th. Double Mnzzle-i ading Gnu. 86 88ih?:Fine Shot Pouch and Powder'Piaak.... 5
6th. Donble Muzzle-loading flan. 85 87th.'Fine Shot Poach and Powder Flask.... 6
flth. Double Muzzle-loading Gun. 86 8-itu. Fine Shot Pouch and Powder flask. ?> .6
,7th. Donble Muzzle-loading Gun. 86 80th. One Band Home shuttle Sewing Ma- .
stn. Double Muzzle-loading i;un. 80 chine,.26
.9th. Doable Muzzle-loading Gun. 80 40th. One Band, Home Shuttle Sewing Ma
?tb. Dunole Muzzle-loading Gun. 80 chine. 40
Parties wishing chances will please address
T. x~ BISSETT^ n>>ftT.l?sttr>n; S. C.
The Gnns can be seen at his office, No. 265 King street Baffle will take place aa'aoon aa M.? j
inanes are made up. apri-mwfimo
Drugs at iDbolesale.
TBE GREAT SOUTHERN TOM!
Universally Popular Stomachic and
PREVENTS CHILLS AND FEVER,
RESTORES THE NERVES,
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
RESTORES TONE TO THE STOMACH,
PLEASANT TO THE TASTE
EXHILARATING TO THE BODY,
And ls the moBt
Now before the pabUc. Try lt and be convinced.
IT ^WARRANTED ENTIRELY
It contains no arsenic or poisonous ingredients
of any kind-nothing m the least degree loja
rlous to the system ander any circumstances
and may be administered with pertest safety to
It never falls to cure the moat obstinate case
when taken as directed.
It cures Immediately. In no case will the patient
have more than one cblU after the first dose, and
tn the majority of casas not even that.
It accomp lanes the work by destroying the
cause 0; disease, which no other remedy pretends
lt is an effectual preventive, neutralizing the
malarious poison In the system, and thus avert?
ing Its consequences.
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
PROPRIETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, CHARLESTON, S. C.
(?rje mollar ?etoaro Soap._
THE DOLLAR REWARD SOAP ! ,
THE ONLY SOAP IN THE WORLD THAT WASHES FLANNELS WITHOUT SHRINKING THEM.
Washes with hor, cold, hard, soft, or salt water. Removes Pitch, Tar, Paint, Grease, Printers' Ink
Sweat Leather or Fruit Stains. Superior to cast ile soap mr Toilet purposes.
RAP PL EYE Al KNIGHT, Manufacturers,
NOS. 1631 and 1633 RIDGE AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA, PA
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
_AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON, S.. C.
IMPORTANT TO COTTON PLANTERS!
TOE MARYLAND FERTILIZING ID MAIFAfflM CO.
HAVE PREPARED A SPECIAL FERTILIZER ADAPTED TO THE COTTON PLANT,
UNDER THE NAME OF
Which they claim to be of the Highest Grade of Fertilizer sold in the South, andJjJgfgJ^ e??*
in reau.ts Peruvian Guano, pound for pound, and of more ^r^^m^Omlk^tat two
It baa been used by several hundred Planters In North and South Carolina ana Georgia, ior rwo
seasons, with tbe following results :
It increases the crop from 100 tc 200 per cent. .
It produces a better ?2?<gffi"L,JKi mtelllgent planter wUl readily comprehend the necessity
"f ? L the highest?rade or Fertilizers, and of strictly avoiding those whoae1 jaine
SWef?^ cheap'materials ander the pretence of meeting the
10W unM c? only doubled by the use of "COTTON FOOD" It will give him from one to two hun?
dred per wnt profit on h s outlay, with Cotton at UM cents per poona, and lt wm enable him to plant
fewer aerra" with a corresponding reducUon of labor and expense, with better results.
SSS PER TON, IN SACKS, TWELVE TD THE TON. ?
LAWRENCE SANGSTON, President,
Ho. OS EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE.
?^INe]LB * SON' AgentSck^.x??.* c
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FOR MG il SEHi
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BLACK LACE POINTS^
SLACK LAGE SACQUES,
FANCY GOODS, B*a
A PULL ASSORTMENT OP THE CELE
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263 KING STREET,
ociar-m w rome? _ _
mCUGOTT, BENEDICT- & CO.
No. 244 KINO STREET.
We take pleasure in informing dor customer!
and ladles la general that, owing to the extraordi?
nary facilities po - s eas ed by ns, we are enabled to
show one of tho fl nest lines or GOODS ever offered
ld thu city, which for completeness or assortment
at exceedingly low prices are rar ahead of aar
We call attention to oar. .
PLAIN AND FANCT BI8BONS, in all the new
tints, bought exclusively for the retail sales. .
Trimming Ribbons at e, 8,10 and 11 % c. per yard.
Necktie Ribbons, 26,86,40 and eoe., Boiled and
sash Ribbon, great variety, at 76c. and $1.
For the accommodation of- the mininera and
those desirous of pur chas fa g Ribbons, by the
piece in which prices will be charged at rtuniual
) uuiiui/tvx vv i lr * j
NO. ?44 KING STREET.
DRESS GOODS AND SHAWL
io pieces Of LYON'S SILK, at tl 26, $160, $1 Tl
10 pieces Japanese and Black Striped, at 760.
io pieces or Colored Japanese Silk at fl
60 pieces ot Japanese Dresses at $8 60
l case Colored Mozambiques only 20c per yard
600 pieces or Sultana, Alpaca, Lustres, Grena?
dines, Llama, Plaids, from 26 to eoe.
I loo Fine Llama Points from $10, $12, $16 and $20.
LINEN AND DOMESTIC DE?
io pieces of 10-4 BLEACHED DAMASK at 76c.
I loo dozen of Linen Doy Ilea at 76c per dozen
j Towels of great variety at low figures
2 cases of io-4;Bleaohed Sheeting, .40. tad 46c.
10 cases of Bleached Shirting, io to 20c
8 cases of New Styles Percales, 18,20 and SSC .
a cases of Ginghams, only la^c per yard
loo pieces of striped Piques, 26 and soc
soo pieces of Swisses, Victoria Lawns, Jaconets,
Cambrics, ranging from 16c upwards
60 dozen of French Corsets at 76c $i and $110
1 case of Honey Comb and Allendale Quilts at
1 200 Marseilles Quilts at $2, $8, $4 and $6-very
low . . ' ~
(something new and Btyllflh-"Dolly Varden"
Parasols ! Parasols ! Parasols I
A great variety of the latest Btyles just re?
MATTING ! MATTING !
we will Bell at present
100 rolls ot 4-4 WHITE MATTING at 27 K and 90c
60 rous or elegant Fancy Matting at 40c, worth
20 rolls of 64 White Vatting at 86c.
60 rolla of 4-4 Check Matting at 37 K and 40c.
We oder extraordinary inducements In BR?S?
SEL AND WOOL CARPETS.
FtRCflGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
NO. 244 KINO STREET.