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THE GERMAN GAZA WEES.
The gchutxeafesC to Begin To-day-Th?
r Preparations aad tao Programme
"* ? Splendid Sac?eas Inevitable-Arrl
ral of the Savannah Schutrea Geseil
Toe greatest Germ?n festival of all the year,
and one of the moBt Important annual events
In Charleston-the Sch?tzenfest-begins at six
o'clock this morning, and will be continued j
until Friday night. The festival will be, of
course, as lt has always been, a grand success,
and, indeed, lt promises this year to far sur?
pass all former occasions of the kind. The
preparations are more ample than ever before;
the grounds have been improved and addi?
tional stands erected for the convenience and
entertainment of the guests, and new and
attractive features have been added to the
list of amusements for the week, and the re?
sult can h ar dry fail to bea week of rare enjoy?
ment, and one that will be long remembered
aa an Important event In the history of our
German population, and a matter of credit
and congratulation to its enterprising pro?
jectors-the Charleston Sch?tzen Gessel!
The festival will be ushered in to-day at 6 A.
M. by the booming of a dozen guns on Citadel
Square, and this will be a signal for the as?
sembling of tbs riflemen at Llndst ed t's Hall.
At seven o'clock the procession will be formed
at Llndstetft'e Hail, corner of King and Cal?
houn streets, and will parade through the
principal streets on the way to the South
Carolina Railroad Depot. The Hoe of march
w?i be down King to Broad street, down
Broad street to East Bay, np East Bay to Mar?
ket street, up Harket to Meeting street, and
np Meeting to the depot. Here the party will
take the cars for the Schutzenplatz. where, on
their arrival, they will be greeted with
another sal?te of twelve guns. Then a formal
welcome to the grounds and to the festivities
of the week will be extended by Captrdn A. f
Melchers to the guests and visiting societies, I
and the opening banquet will be ester*.
The prize target shooting for gentlemen J
will begin at noon and oontinoe until 4 P. M.
The ladles will be afforded an opportunity of I
shooting for the prizes offered to i .im from I
one to four o'clock P. M. The dancing will I
also begin at noon and will continue each day I
until 7 P. M. At 4 P. M. on Monday, and each
day during the festival,
will give an exhibition of bis daring exploits
upon the serial wire, and during the rest of j (
the afternoon there will be the usual variety I
o? general amusements, such as nine pins, I '
gymnastics, sloging, Italian music, race ron-1[
ning, balloons, milk feeding, sugar eating, I (
molasses diving, sack running, greased pole,
flying trapeze, ?c.. Ac. j j
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday the I ?
prize target shooting for gentlemen will be
from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M., and for ladles from 11
to 4 P. M. The shooting at the target o? honor
will be confined to the hour between 12 M. and I
1 P. M. There will also be dancing from noon j
until 7 P. M., and the same attractive list of I
general amusements as on Monday. I,
On Friday, the closing day of the fest, the I
shooting will begin as on former days; bot all I <
firing will cease at 1 P. M. All the general
amusements will be in foll operation, and the
grand ball will be given from 12 M. to 7 P. M.
At 4 P. M. the coronation of the new King of L
the Fest will take place, and the prizes wlli.be
dis tributed with appropriate- addresses by the
o rat o r of tb? day. Tbe festival will be 'closed
at 7 P. M., and its conclusion will be Indicated
by a salute of three guns. I
THE SAVANNAH SCHUTZ EX. I
The Savannah Sch?tzen Gesellschaft, which I :
sends a delegation of about twenty-five men j I
to our Charleston Scbutzenieat, is the oniy ri
rifle company in Savannah, a majority of the I ]
members of the others which existed prior lo I .
the war having enrolled themselves in the I :
present organization. This company ls offl
cered as follows: A. Schwaab, president; M. j
Helmkln, vice-president? G. H. Gemendon, J
secretary; Jo?. J. Schwarz, treasurer; Jos. I
Hirechbacb, first, schutzenmelste/f N. Marin,
second schufzenmeisier ; J. Bernard, A.
Tnleme, H.. Von Olabn, C. Schwarz and P. I
Dent, directors. The roster of the company
now shows one hundred and fifty members.
Their new uniforms are quite neat and tasty,
and their representatives will make a fine ap-,
pearanoe. The Savannah Ne w B Bays that lt is j
toe Intention of the Savannah Sch?tzen Ges?
ellschaft to offer as a prize, to be contended
for exclusively by their Charleston brethren, a
magnificent gold medal valued at over fifty
dollars. Tjie best Bbot with the rifle will take I
tht^prize. The delegation was expected
yesterday afternoon, until a telegram was re-1
ceived stating that they would not leave
Savannah until last night. They will be re?
ceived this morning, on their arrival at the I
Savannah and Charleston Railroad depot, by a
detachment of the German Rifle Club, and
escorted np to Llndstedt's Hall, where they
will be accommodated daring, their stay in the
city. This will afford them a short time for I
rest and refreshment before the parade.
TUE CAROLINA RIFLE CLUB
.will assemble at their hall, corner of East Bay
and Broad streets, at half-past six o'clock this
morning, in full uniform. They will be es?
corted thence by a detachment of the German
Rifle Club with band of music op to the ren?
dezvous at the corner of Calhoun and King
Btreets, where they will take their position in
line with their hosts and the visiting delega* I
Uon from the Savannah Sch?tzen.
HOW TO GO TO THE GROUNDS. ?
The Sooth Carolina Railroad Company bas
put on an extra train for the accommodation
of visitors to the Sch?tzenfest, which will
leave the depot at Ann street at 9 A. M., and
hourly thereafter until 6 P. M. Returning
from the Platz, the train will leave at 9.30 A. I
M , and continue to leave the grounds on the
half hour until 7.30 P. M. The trains will stop
both ways at the Line street depot for the ac-1
modation of the np-town passengers, and
tickets will be sold at both the Aon street and
Ltrffc street depots.
The horse cars will take passengers to the
corner of King and Line Btreets, whence the
omnibuses of the Magoolia line will start for
the Schutzenplalz every ten minutes during
the day. The fare on the omnibuses will be
ten cents each way. j
. Visitors can also take one of the steamers
of the Mount Pleasant Ferry Company, which
runs frequently during the day.
All of the railroads centering at Charleston
nave agreed to Issue excursion tickets during
the week for one fare, which will be good j
for the return trip until Monday next, 29th
GENERAL RULES. j
The following rules of order and general
regulations have been prescribed for the fes- I
tlval, and, as they are both essential and rea
sonable, lt is expected that they will be cheer?
fully and carefully complied with:
No person will be admitted without pro-1
docing their card of Invitation, and no Invita
Uon will, under any circumstances, be issued
at the gate ol the Schutzenplatz.
Cards of invitation may be obtained at
Messrs. F. Von Santen. No. 229 King street; G.
H. Ll nd B led t, corner Klug and Calhoun streets;
Me?cbere 4 Muller, No. 217 Kine street; Ph.
Buchhelt; corner Meeting and Line streets;
C. Litscbgl, East Bayand Broad street; J. M.
Martin, No. 3d Market street; F. Heinz, Kiog.
opposite Ann street; A. D. Lorenz, No. 133
Meeting street; Th. Heitmann, Three-Mile
House; William A. Gibson, northeast corner
Sing and Spring streets; H. Wreden, corner
East Bay and Lodge alley.
The attention of passive members of the
club is respectfully called to the following ex?
tracts ot the roles of the society:
Bnle 7.-Passive members are permitted at
all times to visit the grounds with their res?
pective families, as well as active members.
Passive members in unlfoim have all the
rights of active members, except the last shot,
or king's Bhot, at the eagle, and the Fhot at
the target of honor. But they are not per
mit ted to hold an office, Dor have they a vote.
Passive members pay, like active n-embers,
five dollars entrance fee, and four dollars per j
annum arrears. *"
Active members are not permitted to shoot
at tbe eagle, except they join the parade on
! the first day of the festival, or pay a fine of |
five dollars; and nobody is permitted to shoot
at tho target of honor except he has paraded
with the society.
Cards of invitation have to be worn on the
hat, so that the same can be seen. Invited
guests and members In uniform are excluded
from this rule.
No horses or carriages are permitted on tbe
grounds during tbe festival."
Tbe members, active as well as passive, are
respectfully requested to get their cards of In?
vitation from Mr. G. H. Llndstedf, corner of j
Calhoun and King streets, free of charge.
Bio GUNS.-The schooner Eagle, at Boyce cl?
eo.'s wharves, from Philadelphia, has on
board four flifteeo-inch guns for the forts in
VEGETABLES FOB THE NORTH.-The steam?
ship Manhattan, which left for New York on
Sunday, took about one thousand packages of |
green peas; and the Sea Gull, for Baltimore,
over two hundred packages.
CRUMBS.-Governor Claflin, of Massachu?
setts, ls at the Charleston Hotel.
Augusta has a steam pump In the city water?
works; capacity 25,582 gallons in half an hour,
or 1,250,000 gallons in twenty-four hours.
MILITIA PARADE.-The first regiment N.
G., 8. C., will parde tbis morolng through the
streets, and finish off with a general battalion
drill In the field near the old Magazine, where
the battery stationed at the Citadel usually
goes through its evolutions.
THE COTTON STATES FAIR_We beg to ac
koowledge the receipt of an Invitation to the
Cotton States Fair, which will be held in
Augusta on May 8' and 9. There will be a
horticultural exhibition, and a tournament be*
tween tbe sabre clubs of Savannah and Angus- j
ta. The South Carolina Bailroad Company
have subscribed five hundred dollars to the
stock of the association.
APPOINTMENTS-.-The Governor has appoint?
ed the following named trial justices: W. M. j ;
Flemming, Spaftanburg County; G. F. Wbil-1'
den, Picke ns County; O. S. Curtis, Coi le ton
County, vice Evans Brown, removed. ' B. E
Charles, of Darlington, bas been appointed
notary public. The resignation of Trial Jus?
tice A. M. Folger, of Pickeos County, has
A HEAVY SALE-DAY.-On Saturday Messrs.
B. Graham & Co. sold at tbe Mills House
stables a number of horses and mules to the
valneof $3125. The buyers were mostly farmers
and planters. The price' of the animals aver-1
agecLaboot two hundred dollars per bead, and I]
they were sold on time to soil' the purchasers. ' '
This ls a very heavy sale for the lateness ot
the season, and is the result of the careful 11
selection which the venders make of these |1
animals, and the accommodating terms upon
which they dispose of them.
THE REV. W. B. YATES.-The congregation
of the Seamen's Bethel were cheered yester?
day morning by tbe return of their friend and '
pastor to the pulpit where for thirty-nine |
years past be baa preached the word of God.
Ur. Yates bas Just recovered from a serious 1
Illness, and tbe services were performed by '
the Kev. W. V. A. Bingley, who fliloA rho-rmi \
pit during the pastor's sickness. At the close
of the sermon. Mr. Yates alluded in feellog
terms to bis recent sickness, which had so (
nearly closed a life-long connection with the j
sailor's cause, and hoped that, with renewed ?
health, bis sphere of usefulness would be en- 1
larged. . _ I
CLUBS AND STARB.-Seabrook' Mills, an old '
offender, arrested for stealing a turkey and
offering lt for sale, was sent to the House of '
Correction for thirty days under the vagrant j
Richard Ford, arrested In the King William '
Store with a lot of cigars, dc., upon his per- !
son, was examined on the charge of stealing I j
them and turned over to a trial Justice for f
Prince Bull, reported for dropping garbage
from bis cart along the street, bad his case
continued until this morning.
A delinquent goat, found astray in the
street, still has a penally of one dollar bang- I :
log over its head. I ;
DocK-SwiMinNo.-A little after five o'clock
yesterday afternoon, about a dozen boys col?
lected on Vanderhoret wharf, and allured by
tbe Inviting coolness of the high tide, stripped
themselves and were soon splashing about in
the dook. They were warned to come out,
but did not, and was astonished soon after by
a descent from a squad of the police. The
azure-clad heroes surrounded the dock, and
one by one the bathers were captured as they
came out. Two of the band preferred anything
to the Guardhouse, and made their escape in
primitive costume, leaving their clothes as
trophies in the hands of Clubs and Stars. The
remaining ten, five white boys and five col?
ored boys, were taken to the Guardhouse and
duly locked up for examination to-day.
MEMORIAL TABLET.-IO accordance with a
recent resolution of the Chamber of Com?
merce, a handsome tablet in memory of Robert
Mure, Esq., the late president of the Chamber,
has been placed la the north wall of the
Scotch Presbyterian Church, of which he was
an elder. The tablet was designed and ex?
ecuted by A. F. Chevreux, and ls of pure
white marble, supported by two cantilevers,
and set in a slab of polished gray marble.
It bears the following inscription, in letters of |
gold, cut into the face of the tablet:
Is erected by the
Charleston Chamber ot Commerce.
In memory ef their late President,
Born m Minigatr,
inly 26, 1812.
Died in Charleatoa, S. C., '
June l, 1871.
SERENADE AND INCIPIENT Row.-OQ Satur?
day night the guests at the Charleston Hotel
were treated to a delightful serenade by the
splendid Post Band, under the 'leadership of j
Professor Beer with. The band was stationed
in the centre of the portico, on the second
floor, and their pleasing strains collected a
large crowd, who listened with deep interest
from the sidewalks of the street below. A
little before nine o'clock a commotion was
caused in Ibe crowd which had gathered to
hear the music by a looker on, Francis Riley,
striking another man. Tbe excitement por?
tended a row, when the police came up and
attempted to take Riley In custody. Tbe latter
claimed to be In the right, and defended him?
self vigorously, but was at length taken to the
Guardhouse. His arrest restored quiet to the
crowd, and the matter will be looked Into
See First Page for other Local Matters.
COURTS OF LAW.
There were no trials on Saturday la the
United States Circuit Court, the deleudarifs
who were arraigned pleading guilty in each
case. They were Ellas Burnett, James Elm
ball, John Chapman, Beoj. Strickland; James
Kimball, Jr., and Calvin Moore, of Spartanburg
County, charged with conspiracy lo violation
of the act of May, 31, 1870.
Ou motion of D. B. Duncan, Esq., it was or?
dered that Mr. B D. Hunter, now In confine?
ment in Charleston, be allowed to return to
Spartanbnrg, and to enter into recognizance
before United States Commissioner Wilkes In
the sum of three thousand dollars for bis ap?
pearance at the next term of the court.
John Patty, Thomas Zimmerman, Elijah j
Lee and William Owens, in confinement at
Spartanburg, were, upon motion of the dis?
trict attorney? ordered lo be brought to
Charleston for trial.
United States District Coori-In Bank. I
In the United States District Court the
following orders were granted by Judge J
Ex parte Alex. H. Brown, (counsellor) in
re James D.. Kirkpatrick, surviving partner of I
J. & J. D.'KIrfcpalrick: Petition for compensa- j
tiou of petitioner. On motion, referred to
Julius C. Carpenter, registrar, to report
Ex parte' C. B. Fanner, et al, creditor?, in
re Barrell Sanders, bankrupt. Petition of In?
voluntary bankruptcy. A. D. Cohen, Simons
& Simons et al, counsellors for petitioner. On
the finding of the Jury of the truth of facts Bet
forth In petition on the first, second and third
count?, and on motion, lt was ordered and ad
judged that Burrell Sanders become a bank
rupt, and he was, therefore, declared and ad
judged a bankrupt, and the judge signed the
usual warrant of seizure as prescribed by law. I
Ex parte William M. Thomas, bankrupt, of
Chester. Petition for final discbarge. W.H.
Brawley, counsellor for petitioner. Referred
to W. J. Clawson, registrar in bankruptcy, to J
entertain final hearing of the case at his office I
In York ville, and report to the court after call
The State Supreme Court. I
On Friday, the 19th Instant, Mr. C.
P. Sullivan resumed bis argument In
Che case of James M. Sullivan et al, appel?
lants, vs. W. M. Thomas. Messrs. W. E. Earle
ind J. 8. Cotbran were heard for appellee, I
ind Mr. Sullivan in reply.
The court convened on Saturday, at 10 A. I
ii., and the following basiness was disposed of: I
J. B. Hamelin ads. the State. Cow stealing.
Mr. Colhran for appellant. Mr. N. Barnwell
represented Mr. Solicitor Perry for the State.
Reuben Burris, respondent, vs. Elizabeth I
3. Whltner, executrix, et al, appellants. Mr.
rrescct for appellants. General McGowan
James A. McCord, respondent, vs. John B.
UcCord, et al, appellants. Mr. Thompson
was heard for appellants. Mr. McGowan for
respondent. _._ /
CHURCH OF TBE CROSS, BLTJFFTON, 8. C. '
Wardens-Col. E. M. Seabrook, F. M Ed-1
?tards. Vestrymen-Dr. D. G. Verdier, Dr. P.
P. Pritchard, Dr. F. P. Pope, Col. J. J. Stoney, j
roi. W. G. Allen, Jno. A. Seabrook, T. While
lead. Delegates to the Convention-Col. E. I
li. Seabrook, Dr. A. G. Verdier, Dr. P. P.
Pritchard, F. M. Edwards. (
AFTER FRUITS.-On Saturday night, about
sight o'clock, a parcel of boys made a descent I
ipon a fruit store at the corner of King and
Warren streets. They were discovered plun
iering by the proprietor, who made a rush
iud captured a colored juvenile named James
Lewis, while all of the others escaped. Lew
s, with a big cocoanut In his hands, denied,
he theft, but was turned over to a policeman I
ind lodged at the upper Guardhouse. His exJ.
iml??tlon takes place this morning. ?
MAKING rr PAT.-The judiciary committee 11
>f the United States House of Representatives
lave decided to report a bill "BUBpendlng the
imitation of leeB governing the marshals of
Jailed States Courts in the case of Colonel.
Louis E. Johnson, and to allow him all the
ees earned during the continuance of the I
Iu-Klux trials in South Carolina." Tbe Big
ilflcance of this action lies In tbe fact that the
?es which Mr. Johnson may retain are I
imited to $6000 a year, and the suspension of
.he limitation will give bim $20,000 or more.
A similar suspension will, we suppose, be I
isked for by Major Corbin and Marshal Wal?
' FOUND DEAD-The dead body of au un-1
inown white man has been lound lu the Sa-1
vas nah River near Augusta. The corpse had
been for so long a time exposed to the action
of the water and the sun that there was noth?
ing left but a mass of bones-skin, bair and
flesh having all disappeared. On tbe feet
?vere boots, and upon one of them a heavy I
spur. Height about five feet elgbt or five feet
ten. No pocketbook or money. A large
pocketknife with two blades and a buckhorn
handle was found with tbe body. No bones I
were broken. The land where the corpse
was found has not been overflowed since the
29th of last January, and the body was proba?
bly brought there about that time.
Meeting? This Day.
Buist Chapter, at 8 P. M.
Sumter Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
Stonewall Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Marlon Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Eagle Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Washington Light Infantry Charitable Asso?
ciation, at 8 P. M.
Auction Salea This Day.
Wm. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, mirrors, dry goods, Ac.
NEW SPRING GOODS.-Mr. J. R. Read ? is ?
now displaying, in bis handsome store in King
street, a new and complete stock of spring
and summer goods, Including silks, dry goods,
embroideries, hosiery, gloves, shawls, ties and
fancy articles.. These have been selected with
great care, and fresh supplies are constantly
arriving. See advertisement.
SPRING GOODS at A. R. Stillman's Dry Goods
House, Nb. 281 King- street. DresB Good?, '
every Btyle, at reasonable figures. Yosemite
and Mariposa Stripes.
FORCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No. 214 King
street. Great Inducements in Black Tafeta
and Gros Grain Silks. 10 pieces at $1, worth
$1 37; 10 pieces at $1 25, worth $1 75; 10 pieces
at $1 50, wortb $2; 10 pieces at $2, worth $3.
The above have to be closed out. apr22
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No. 244 King
street, will offer for this week, 100 rolls 4-4
White No. i Matting at 27 cents; 100 rolls' 4-4
Red and White Matting at 30 and 35 cents;
Straw Hats and Trimming Ribbons, all widths,
have been greatly reduced in price. apr22
GENTLEMEN'S COATS, Vests and Pants nicely
dyed, cleaned and renewed at Otto Sonntag's,
Dyer, No. 34 Wentworth street, near Artesian
Well. . _ .
SILK MIXTURE TRICOTS, Cuban Tweeds,
Striped Tweeds, Fancy Casslmeres, Ac, at A.
R. Still man's No. 281 King street.
ant and Sullivan's-Island Ferry Company's
steamers ?lil ron the sch ed ala aa advertised
In another column during the festival, visi?
tors will have the pleasure of a moonlight
excursion on the last trip of return boats.
Lons COHEN ? Co., No. 248 King street,
beg leave to direct particular attention this
morning to their extensive assortment of real
Llama Lace Points, Spring Silks, Silk Ties,
Silk Sashes, and a large line of Black Silks,
ranging in prlae from 90 sen ts to $7 per yard,
inclusive. Also, lull Hoes ol Black Hernani
Grenadines from 15 cents per yard to (4. A
call Is cordially solicited. Louis C-.HENACO.
STRIPED BROWN LINEN DRILL, very good, 25
cents. Chene and Plaid Drills, Striped Sat
teens, all colors, beautiful article for boys'
wear, at A. R. Stillman's, No. 281 Eiog street.
YE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Boom. Branch of the Hasel street es?
tablishment. _ aprl6
8-4 BLACK HERNANI for shawls, Linens for
suits in Yellow, Brown Tan and Drab, cheap,
at A. R. Stillman's, No. 281 King street.
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, ?c., are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Pinckney 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, <?c, from tbe
best manufacturers. mch8-fmwlyr
MARSEILLES QUILTS, for single beds, at $175
cents; larger size $3 and $4; Damask Napkins
$1 per dozen; Loom Towels $1 25 per dozen,
at A. B. Stillman's, No. 281 Slog street.
THOSE Handsome Photograph Albums are
now sold at COc. each. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
GINGHAMS, every style and price-a good
Domestic Gingham at 12J cents, at A. R. Still?
man's, No. 281 King street.
PLATING CARDS, Linen, sixteen styles, 50c.
per pack. Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. _ febl9-m
SAVE YOUR MONET I-The merchants of this
city can have the photographs of their places
of business framed at sixty cents each. Hasel
street Bazaar._ aprl2-12
CHEILLEY'S PARIS Km GLOVES-every pair |
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even after wear, for any Imperfections, such as
tearing or ripping.
[Paris, ?I0 Bue de la Paix.
London, 53 Regent street.
I New York, 929 Broadway.
[Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FUBOHOOTT, BENEDICT ? Co., Bole Agents
for Charleston. ' novS-flmoa
ENVELOPES, White or Buff, good quality 10c.
a package, or three packages for 25c. Hasel
street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
Clothing, tailoring, &t.
SPRING AND SUMMER, 1872.
MENKE & MULLER,
_NO. 325 KING STREET,
THRLE DD0B3 gEtAr-riiioBiVii ai Ram, -
Invite attention to their large and splendid
stock of CLOTHS, ?ASSIMERES, COATINGS,
suiting Cheviots, Linens, Ac, and the handsom?
est selection of Pants and Vest Patterns, which
will be made to order under tbe supervision of a
most skilful and fashionable cutter.
FOR MEN, YOUTH, BOTS AND CHILDREN, of
every style and quality, and at very low
AND A COMPLETE STOCK OF GENTS
Which embraces the celebrated STAR SHIRTS
and the choicest novelties in NECK WEAR.
All orders promptly executed and satisfaction
guaranteed._ : . apra-tmos
MEN'S FURNISHING EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE THIS MARKET HALL.
Agricultural JmpUnuntB. *
THOMAS'S PATENT SMOOTHING HAR?
ROW AND BROADCAST WEEDER,
MONROE'S IMPROVED ROTARY HARROW,
THE NISH WITZ HARROW,
HANDLED EXPANDING HARROWS,
HANDLED EXPANDING HORSE HOES, .
THE EXCELSIOR ONE-HORSE CULTIVATOR,
FARQUQAR'S REVERSIBLE STEEL CULTIVA?
STEEL DICKSON COTTON SWEEPS, all sizes,
THE CHAMPION MOWER AND REAPER,
PARISH'S IMPROVED RICE CULTIVATOR.
THE DOW LAW COTTON PLANTER, with other
Improved Agricultural Implements.
For sale by h E. ADGER A CO.,
Agents, Charleston, s. c.
Send for Catalogne with fall particulars,
A CHANCE EOB SPOBTSME^
THE UNDERSIGNED H?TIN0 BEXT?IYBD j DI BECT FROM ' EDBvOPB- AK ESTVOIOB OF
? 1 WISHES TO'DISPOSE OF TB? LOT IN ONS
GRAND RAFFLE OF 300 CHANCES. AT $5 PER CHANCE.
i There will be forty (40) Prizes, or one chance In ?EVEN ANDA1 HiXF'wBnresa'r^ 'tte
Prizes are as follows: ' , ..,~
PRIZ?. r VAL ira i rana. VAIDJ.
1st. Doable Uentie-fire Breach loading Gun 21st. Double Muzzle-loading Gan.'..>? 480
complete.:.$1251 :?2d. Double Muzzle-loading Gun. 80
2d. Double Muzzle-loading, very One. 126 281. Double Muzzle-loading Goa.80*
3d. Donble Central ure Breech-loading Gan. no 24th. Double Mnzzle loading Gan. 25.
4th. Doable Fiae Muzzle loidlBgGon. 76 25th. Doable Muzzle-loading Gan ....<... St
6th. Donble Breech-loading Gao, Pm Cart- 28th. Donble Muzzle-loading Gao. 26?
ridge.~. 75 27th. Double Muzzle-loading Gan. 26
Ctn. Donble Muzzle loading Gun. 66 28th. Double Muzzle-loading Gun. 25
7UL Doable Muzzle-loading Gun. 60 ?th. Double Muzzle loading-Gun. 26
8th, Donble Muzzle loading Gan. 60 80ih. Single, Boy, Fine. 20
, ,9tb. Doable Muzzle-loading Qnn. 60 81st. Single, Boy, Fine..?.15
10th. Doable Muzzle-loading Gan. 60 82d. Single, Boy Fine.;. -36
nth. Double Mazzie-loadlng Goa. 40 83d. Fine Shot Pouch and Powder Flask..... : C
12th. Double Muzzle-loading Gun. 86 34th. Fine Shot Pouch and Powder Flask.... 6
13th. Doable Muzzle-loading Gan. >6 36th. Fine Shot Poach sad Powder Flask.... 5
14th: Double Muzzled adlngGun... 86 86^1. Fine Shot Poach and Powder Flask.... 6
15th. Doable Muzzle-loading Gan........ 86 37th. Fine Shot Poach and Powder Flask.... t
ler.h. Doable Muzzle-loading Gun. 86 3^ th. Fine Shot Pooch and Powder Flask;... 6
17th. Donble Muzzle-loading Gan. 85 39th. One Hand Home shuttle Sewing Ma
18th. Doable Muzzle-loading Gan..-.. 80 chine..........1..26
19th. Double Muzzle-loading Goo. 80 40th. One Hand Home Shuttle Sewing Ma?
mu. Doable Muzzle-loading Gan. 80 ?. ? .'Chine.:.. 40
- Parties wishing chances will please address
T. L. BISSELL, Charleston, S. C.
The Guns can be seen at his office, Ko. 265 King street,
han c.-s are made np.
Raffle will take place as soon as tb,
Prags at tDljolesale.
THE GREAT SOCTHERN TOM
Universally Popular Stomachic
PREVENTS CHILLS AND FEVER,
RESTORES THC NERVES,
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
RESTORES TONE TO THE STOMACH,
PLEASANT TO THE TASTE
EXHU1/1 RATING TO THE BODY,
And ls the most
Now before the pabilo.- Try lt and be convinced.
THfif IRE WM1W
They contain no arsenic or poison ons Ingredients
of any kind-nothing In the least degree inju?
rious to the system under any circumstances- 1
and may be administered with perfect safety to
They never fall to care the most obstinate case
when taken as directed.
They cure Immediately. In no case will the patient
have more than one chill after-the fl?t dose, and
in the majority of cases not even that '
They accomplish the work by destroying the
causeo." disease which no other remedy pretends
to do. ? ' . " '
They are an effectual preventlve.neutrailzlng thc
malarious poiso'J lu the system, and thus avert
lng Its consequences.
DO WIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
PROPRIETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, CHARLESTON, S. G.
feb29-wrmi>cAW8mos 1.? a k 1 t? i I : rf* ?J
THE DOLLAR REWARD SOAP I
THE ONLY SOAP IN THE WORLD THAT WASHES FLANNELS WITHOUT 8HBINKING THEM.
Washes with hor, cold, hard, soft, or saltwater. Removes Pitch, Tar, Paint, Grease, Fr inters' ink
Sweat, Leather or Fruit stains. Superior to Cast ila soap for Toiler, pur posas.. ." .
HAPPLEYE ib KNIGHT, manufacturer*.
NOS. 1631 and 1638 RIDGE AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA, PA. .'
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
AOENT8 FOR CHARLESTON, 8. C.
J. R. READ,
No. 363 KING STREET,
Respect rally invites attention to his NEW AND
COMPLETE STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER
FINE DRY GOODS,
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
SILKS, WHITE GOODS,
MOURNING DRESS GOODS
PIQUES-PLAIN AND FIGURED,
FRENCH CAMBRICS AND PERCALES,
LAWNS AND MUSLINS,
TABLE DAMASKS, LINENS.
LACES AND LACE GOODS.
PARASOLS-PLAIN AND ALPINES.
IN THE BEST ENGLISH AND GERMAN
FOR LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN, IN
LISLE THREAD, SILK AND BERLIN.
RUFFLINQS AND FRILLINQS.
BLACK FRINGES, GIMPS AND
BLACK LACE POINTS.
SHAWLS EST VARIETY.
RIBBONS, SCARFS ANO TIES.
CENT'S TIES AND CRAVATS.
PERFUMERY, EXTRACTS, 40.
My entire stock of SPRING AND SUMMER
GOODS ls new, saving recently been selected
with the greatest care.
NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIES
constantly being received.
J. R. READ,
263 KING STREET,
_jPrfl ?coc?, 4?c.
No. 244 KING STEEET.
Tte following Goods nave been rednced In price:
A foll sod complete assortment of tbe latest
sty ?es of STRAW HATS.
A foll Stock Of LAOIS'S, MISSES' and CHIL?
DREN'S HOSE, best makes (bargains.)
600 pieces RIBBONS, all shades, widths and
qualities, marked down. Call and examine your?
self. . - . ...
2000 pieces MOSQUITO NETS, only 75 cents per
A splendid Hoe of all styles and colors of PARA?
SOLS rednced from 16 to 38 per cent.
A large lot of PANS for 60, 75 and tl; worth $1,
fl 60 and $2.
600 pieces White, Colored, Bordered and Striped
PlQUK, at exceedingly low prices.
We most respect!any call the attention of the
public to the above facts, and guarantee satisfac?
tion to au.
FPfiUCrOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
NO. ??44 KING- STREET,
Offer for this week great Inducements In their
splendid assortment of tbe latest styles of
A fall lise of all styles latest fashions for 26
cents, worth 86 and 40.
Our 26 cents Summer Plaids are the best in the
Fine Japanese Silk Stripes only 80 cents.
Fine Japanese Dress Patterns only $8 60.
Fine Chene Poplins, Silk Stripes, only 80 cents.
Fine Black Grenadines, Colored Stripes, only 18
Fine Chambray Dress Goods only 16 cents..
Fast Colors best Lawns only 16 cents.
Fast colors and elegant Percales and Cambrics
only 20 cents. .
The Nilsson Suits all colors. ",: 4
The greatest bargains m BLACK SILKS. **
NO. 244 KINO STREET.
Great bargains in
60 cases BLEACHED SHIRTING will be sold as
8-4 wide Goods only 9 and ten cents.
7- 8 wide Goods only il and 12 cent?.
4-4 wide Goods only 12#,- 14,15,16,17,18,19,
20 and 22X cents.,
Fine styles of Calico, Fast Colors, only 12# cts.
Bleached Damask only 76 cents per yard, 8 4
8- 4 Turkey Red Damask $125, worth $176.
loo dozen Doylies at 76 cents.
50 dozen Napkins $125.
Towels very cheap,
loo pieces Diaper $140.
1 case of 4-4 linen Ea tt ls te.
Victoria and Bishops Lawns.
Swiss, Nainsook and Cross-barred Moa lin.
PURCHGOTT, B?xMDICT & CO.
OUR CLOTH DEPARTMENT
Contalna the latest Patterns of Gray, Blue and
Black BROADCLOTH, DOESKINS, DIAGONALS,
Also a fine nae of Summer Tweeds-for Boys'
A fall assortment of White Dock for Gents' Sui ta
jeans, satinets. Tweeds and all other kinda or
Cloth m best selection.
OUR WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT
Contains the best assortment of Goods for the
trade, and we guarantee satisfaction to all of our I
FlRCHGOrr, BENEDICT &C0.
<&umii&<at8-~iiw way, ji^
lng* twenty different atylo, . :- _ ._
'in kiwrtment o?r p?\%?ll? TrihW^^
AC. . "., K f?>. r.i ?n '*P*B-? :
--*7TT.-.1 ... 1 Jr-.^U-l- ?!
guroum 0ate9~> Jitter* w
CBy J. FRASER MAfHEjTOC7r g
STOCK.?nd Bank ol Charleston Stock.
Will be sold on TO-MORBOW, 28d Inst, at ll
o'clock,at-the Po?tffica,. ?? w,.<_?=.. '-?[?^?f)
. $23.320 City of Charleston SEC FEB CENT.
STOCK. .*'*..< ... t?a -i.T
105 Stares Bank of Charleston Stock, .
Terms cain;' *PT _
By ? FBASER ^THEWSS.
BUILDING.': LOT/. ?&* W?BBB&tOelk
atreet; opnoelte Gas Works.
.Will be sold on TUESDAY, 2M Instant, at cor?
ner or Broad and East Bay streets, at.ll o'clock. .
LOT No 21, opposite Gsa. Works, measnrlng 06 :
feet front by 200 feet deep, momor.less.' m\U ftafe
Terms cask; purchaser; ta .nar ma tor P?P?rs
By JOHN E. BOWEBS, T '
? i > i ... Aa?Uont?r. y. gyjffi
?OSITCVE SALE OR HORSES AND
Will be sold on T?EOTAF.^tosttnt. ?tjM?r
past io o?cloclti;atrflhrlstoplier -4 ?on'd stable*,
Na soe EJng streak? "^?1 " ;l; a '
12 Draft and Saddle HOBSBS.
is G jod Mules, brote and nnbroke? v
Just arrived, and to be sold without any re?
serve, xs,': : ?* ?
Pondi'lons cash, i . fun apia?
TEHALL BOATS, FLAT AM?
. |Seini4?^e4om ^_-^^i_:: .
Will be sold at Moreland's wharf, THURSDAY,
April25, atno'clock.- *"
3 WHITEHALL BOATS
LFJaiu,^.,-, ..,.,> . . ?
Mo?saad'Ker*.? r T- ' ' ' ?? ,
Terms cash. . May oe treated for at private sale.
apr22mth2_______? " '
By W. T. LEITCH & B* S. BfiUNS-.
. *. '".?UT, J?retM-*-*?? .?. , r , *,y .
TWO'AND A BEAEPSTOBTBfiHJKTKBSl^-.
DBNOBand store, ITO..? Otawen street, one
door sooth at Trad d, con tain Usg eleven rooms and,
^T_? _>OTe! BES ID E S 0 E A SD :8T0RB Wffl^br
soirt on THURSDAY, the 2ith ?instant. At the OldV
P08tofflce,atll6'olock. - v- I M l~D??Zk
lot measures 8? feet front by m feet tn depth,
T^nn a-One-hail cash: balance in one year,
with, interest, secured by bond and mortgage.
Property to be insured and policy assigned.
Pureoascr to pay nj for papera ?pd ?tamp?. .- :j
apta2-mwth8 . , ;..,
Bj W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BR?NS, V
rf,.y , y AHCtlopeer?.
?pOS?TIVE SALE-FINE LOT ON SUL?,
JC LTTAIPS Island," Front Beach; twadoors
from the resWeno?of-L-GTonlng, Esq.^r'-i
Will be sold on THURSDAY, the 36th Instant,:
stllo'ciooK, attnaOldPrjsto??e, , .. ?v?
The above Valuable and Pleasant Located
Terna cash; p?ron?ier ito pay ns for paperaandi
SETS LETXCH &\R, S." BBTJN% r ,
.'. ?' '?' Anctlonean..*?
Tiosrnva SALE .FOB DmsiON.-r
i wai be sold on THURSDAY,:tae 2fith hut.,
at ll o'clock, at tba Old Postoffloe,
That desirable THREE SToH Y BRIOK BUILD
INO ois tho south atde ot -X'araett atreet, oppoaito
tbs Academy or Muslo, formerly caed as a store-.
house, said building can be readily nAtielntc a
dwelling. Lot mcaaima 2urecs front ny..60 feet:
In depth. ,. rr..,. ?.. . f_
T?rmi-One-half cash; balance in one year."
Property to-b? insured and policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay lox pap. rs and atampa. ? .
. Tho o Ave MARSH IAJTS at the ?ad of Judith
street,, meaeurinewa feat mfront by --depih.,
Terms-Oash. Porchaaer to pay us . for
and atampa. ? 1 . - apta ^:
By LOWNDES & QRIMBALL,
SHEBD7FS SALR -HENRY E. YOUNG,
.TroataeEv a-! HJBNBY ? w. TaTSSand Wlfe._:?
By yirtne of an < rd er or court in the. above
case, "made by tne Hort R. F. Graham, Judge of
the Pint circuir, will be sold in ftojt of-tnoi
Conrthouae, at u q'olock A. M, on MONDAY.the.
stn day or May, i8T*y - -ll..'
A.n that, LO/OF LAND, wi tn a Two-atory Dwel
ilox and Onthonsos thereon? sltnate.on the weat,
side of Drase atreet, in the City of Charleston,
butting and ooundirg e.istwardly on- Drake
street, southwardly on Lands of Jamen M. E.? son,
and westward!/ on Lands or Thomas N. Gadsden,..
and north wardry on Laad purchased from Georg*
^g;g^^5^one hundred a^d-efgatj.reet,
more or leas. 0 ~_r-; ' .i i- fl ?ifl".
- ? ALSO, . ..
All that LOT OF LAND adjoining the above, and
gurcbased from George A. frwnolm. batting aaa',
bundug eaatwardiy on Drake stree t, n ott h ward
ly on Land formerly of J. Bsnett, southwardly rm
the above detorlbeJ Laud, va a weatwardly on
Lands of Thomas N. Gadsden, measuring and,
containing in iront on Drake street, *nd on the
west line, flfty-reet each; and on tb? south and
north line* one hundred and eighty Iee t, pe the
said dimesalons mo e or less. . . - .. .
Terma-One-third caati; baLmcein one, two and
three ye*?; secured: bj the bonds or the'pur?
chaser or p ur chase ra, with trite rea ti he roon irum
day of sale at the rate or seven per cent, per an?
num, payable annually, and a .mortgage cr the
premlaes sold, and, where that? are huUings, the.
same to bo insored by the purchaser, and the
poucy of insurance as-Hgned. Purchasers to jay
***** fe W.:ataUCK?*
apr32-m8 Sh?r.ffof ChariestonOonnty. a
By A. C. McOILLIVBAT, - 3
? A ?ic Honer r. . ty.
TWO BUILDING LOTS, CHARLOTTE:
And Alexander streets-Genteel, Neighbor-.
h<wlii be sold at ll o'clock on THURS D AY, sftk
Instant, at the Poetofflce. ... . >
One moat valuable and pleasantly located LOT
at the southwest corner Charlotte and Alexander
streets, io feet front on Alexander str?etbji26
feetonCh?rt3tte.8treet. , . r ? ;> \ .
One LOT next the above on ?oath, 40 feet on
Alexander street by;t25 toet f^^^^HS^.
Terms-one-half cash; balance in 12 nfontna,
secured aa usual. Pnrchaaer to pay Auct?oaeer
for papera.and sjamps. apm-wfamwthe j
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. 8. BRUNS, .
; i v Anettoaeets. . _
FOR SALE, LANDS IN ST. JOHNS
County, Florida, eli or seven miles from
Sf Augustine, available lor the cultivation of
Oranges and otter fmits, Klee and Vegetables,
known as the "Araqua" Tract, formerly the pro?
perty ?T Joan Magee, now ?old as ofJMs
Estate, containing (887) three hundred and thirty
seven acres, more or lesa, aljmate. lying and
belDg in St. John's County, Towiit?l? a&, (fl )
Range f29) twenty-nine. Sections 49.60, 90, 82 and
93, adjoining the lands belonging to the estate or
A. Alverer, called Casc?la. ^ _^ _
At the same time and place, 12 Shares Gai
Stock, belonging to the asme estate. :?
The above described Lands wul be sold at Pub?
lic Auction, in the City or Cbarleattn, S. 0., on
tbe 23d day or April, under power given to his
Executorsby WW or John Magee, recorded lathe
office ol the Probate Judge at Charleston, Sont*
Carolina. _ _a_
Terms of sale cash. P. ^^aj, _ .
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
SMALL DWELLING AND LOT, No. 74
Beauram atreet. .
WUi be sold on TUESDAY, 23d Instant, at the
Postofflce, at ll o'clock, . ,
AlHhat LOTOF LAND, with the two-story gwel
ling and Qntbniidlngs, on the north ?Ide of Beau
fain street known as No. 74. Lot measures is
feet front by 120 feet deep, more or less. .
Terms-One-half caBb; balance ta 12 montas,
Becured by bond of the purchaser and mortgage
of the premlaes; property to be Insured and poley
assigned. Purchaser to pay me 'or papaw and
By J. FRASER MATHKWES.
C? ALE; POSniVE-IN THE MATTER OF
rt the Linden Park Land Company.
Saxmant to an or.ier of the Hon. B. F. Grab*mv
jnd??of the Flrat circuit Oourt, I wul offer for
MleTUDMDAYVs? ?lnBt., at 12 o'clock M., at
Linden Pargin Beaufort County, on May River,
SI??ISR SAW MILL, wit?
Eo?lne8 and Bollera, Toole, Machinery and appnr
tenanceB. Corn MW, Cotton Gins, Timber carts,
Four &?d Two Horee ^7?*ous and Harness, Bug?
gy and Harnes, Ploughs, Blacksmith Toola, Lum
5er Cara, one large Flat.
Household Furniture, consisting of Table*,
Chairs, Sofas, Bedsteads and Beading. Waan
Stauda, Wardrobes, Crockery, Cutlery, Cooking
Stoves and Utensils, and many ?'her articles.
One lot of Sawed Lumber estimated at 260,000
feet, and about 400 Saw Logs. ^v.-i?-"
Terms cash. ALSO, . ?????ii
The Steam Propeller Tog Boat GENERAL
ROfYTF * ..'- j
Terms for the Steamer-Sixty, day*'draft, with
approved City ?Gbar^?^^^
The steamer General scott ww le*vd'Bwirbtt
for Linden Park on WxmrgaDAY, Mth tasMtnt. I
apris-fmtnwi .. \ ' t-.-.l- "\ '.
R. M. MARSH AIA ^Bm
Brokers ?nd *?u?^ ??fSSno?
LIFE SIZE PORTRAITS'OF
BlgTafTd, Lhop 'B^n?4i, .;an* Blabop
Lynch for sale. noV on exhtwtltm at
The above ^rtralta are wwL w?, ^j?MatM
oar Saleroom. ; ' . : ?ti : :* mi : utz?