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THE COURTS TESTERDAT.
The Ku-Klux Cases*
~- There were no proceedings of any Impor
ftanceinthe United States Circuit Court yes?
terday. The case ot Robert T. Higgins was
called, but was postponed until to-day on ac?
count of the absence o? material witnesses for
In the case of Henry T. Ferguson, of Spar
tanburg County, the grand Jury having failed
to And an indictment agalnBt him, be was dis?
charged from custody, on motion of D. R. Dun?
United States District Court-In Bank,
In the United States District Court yester?
day the following orders were granted by
In re tbe Laurena Railroad Company, bank?
rupt. Hayne & Son, and PresBley, Lord &
Inglesby for creditors. On motion, it was
ordered that the resale ordered on the 5th of
April be made in the City ot Colombia, and
that the sum of twenty thousand dollars on
the resale be deposited with the assignee, Ac.
Ex parte Hill & Morrell, In re L. A. Bigger.
Petition to postpone decree allowing govern?
ment claim until petitioner can be heard.
Buist A Buist for petitioners. Prayer of peti?
tioners granted, and in the meantime the as?
signee to retain all moneys realized from the
sale of the bankrupt's estate.
Ex parte J. E. Bowman, in re D. W. Moore.
Petition lo establish Hen. J. H. Evins for
petitioners. Ordered, that it be referred to w.
J. Clawson, Esq., registrar, to inquire and re?
Tbe Inferior Court.
^Before Judge Lee the following cases were
disposed of :
. Thomas Slattery, assault with intent to kill,
and assault and battery. Verdict, not guilty.
Robert Hasel and Joseph Brown, grand lar
' ceny. Trial fixed for Wednesday.
The seven cases agalnBt the county commis?
sioners, F. C. Miller, il. McLaughlin and E. P.
Wall, for official misconduct, were also flxed
for trial on Monday next.
Henry Dart, for a public nuisance. Indict?
Casper Hart, assault and battery. Verdlot,
James Ladson, assault with Intent to kill,
and assault and batte/y. The case occupied
the court np to the hour of adjournment, when
it was given to tbe jury, with instructions to
bring in a sealed verdict.
The grand jury found a true bill against M.
Collins, for assault and battery, and were
granted further time in which to prepare their
The judge gave notice that on Thursday
next the docket would be called peremptorily,
and all cases not disposed of would be as?
signed for trial.
Adjourned at half-past two P. M., until ten
o'clock this morning.
The Conrt of Common Pleas,
Judge Graham presiding, was occupied all
day with the case of Hand vs. the Savannah
and Charleston Railroad. The argument was
entirely upon a preliminary question as to the
construction of the contract, and the court did
not render a decision.
A SILVER WEDDING.-We learn from the
Deutscne Zeitung that our esteemed fellow
oltlzen, Mr. J. C. H. Claussen, celebrated his
silver wedding a few dayB ago.
THE BR?DERLICHE BUND.-At the last meet?
ing of the Bruderliche Bund the following
officers were elected to serve for the ensuing
year: D. Werner, president; J. Llnsebrink,
vice-president; Wm. Michaelis, secretary; J.
Heesemann, treasurer; J. C. H. Claussen, Geo.
H. Lmdstedt, G. W. Steffens, stewards'; C. Cas?
te na, caterer; C. H. Bergmann, librarian.
Music BY THE BAND.-The regimental band
at the Citadel will give a concert on the Cita?
del Green this afternoon, from five to half-past
six o'clock. On and after the 7th instant, tl e
band will play every Tuesday and Friday dur?
ing the hours above mentioned. The merits
of this band are too well known to aeed com?
ment, and their playing will doubtless prove
SERENADE AND SPEECH-MAKING.-A large
Radical gathering took place last evening at
the Military Hall, pursuant to call, for the pur?
pose of paying a public compliment to Robert
Purvis, of Pennsylvania, now a guest of Lieu?
tenant-Governor Rangier, in this city. The
assemblage, composed of military companies,
colored firemen and others, marched up with
a band of music to the residence of the lieu?
tenant-governor, in Pitt street, where they
were addressed by Mr. Purvis and other Radi
etti speakers. The demonstration, which began
a little alter nine o'clock, was kept np until a
UNITED CATHOLIC PICNIC-A delightful
time ls expected to-morrow at the union pic?
nic of all the Catholic Sunday-schools in the
city, at the Sch?tzen platz. The most complete
arrangements have been made for the enjoy?
ment of the little ones, and also for reaching
the grounds. A t rain will leave the Ann
Btreet depot of the couth Carolina Railroad at
8.30 A. M., and a steamer of the Sullivan's Is?
land line will leave Atlantic wharf at 1 and
3.30 P. M., returning at 2 and 6.30 P. M. The
price of admission will be fifty cents for adults
and twenty-five cents for children, which
amounts include the passenger fares both
ways on the railroad. Passengers by the
steamer will pay twenty five cents extra for
the round trip._
CLUBS AND STARS.-Henry Frost, colored,
arrested for raising a row and pitching into a
barkeeper in Elliott street, was fined one
Caesar Lawrence, lodged for being disor?
derly and hit Ung the policeman at the comer
of Market and Meeting streets, paid up a flue
ol two dollars. .
James Kelly, arrested lor assaulting a po?
liceman at the corner of King and Berresford
streets, and knocking him down, was fined
9?ye dollars. -
Anderson Griffera, a colored youth, lodged
for safekeeping at the request of his father,
was turned over to the paternal cflfc.
Tcvo unfortunates, whom the effects of li?
quor stupefied before they reached home,
were escorted to the Guardhouse and locked
up. One of them paid his fine, and the other,
not having the necessary funds, went to the
House of Correction for ten days.
ST. MARK'S FAIR.-The fair for the benefit
of St. Mark's Protestant Episcopal Church was
opened la3t evening, at No. lal Meeting
street, opposite the Charleston Hotel. The
hall, a spacious and well ventilated apartment,
is beautifully decorated with garlands of ever?
greens and flowers, and the tables around the
walls are spread with a profusion ol attractive
articles. The usual features of the raffle-stand,
refreshment tables and amusements.are to be
seen, and are conducted with a careful atten?
tion to the wants and pleasure ot the visitors.
Afine band of music is in attendance, and en?
hances the attractiveness of the scene. The
lair launder the management ol a committee
composed of the most respectable of our col?
ored citizens, whose names insure a pleasant
reception and every attention to visitors. Its
object must commend itself to the public
m\3 \ and bespeaks a liberal patronage for
the effort on the part o? the congregation.
THE FIREMEN'S TOURNAMENT.
Preparations in Progregs-Weighing
A meeting of the committee o? arrange?
ments of tbe Steam Fire Department was held
last evening at the hall of Truck, No. 2, In
Wentworth street, for the purpose of arrang?
ing the details of the coming tournament. The
programme of last year's tournament, which
bad already been adopted, was read over to
the meeting, and several suggestions made
and Incorporated. Among these the arrang?
ing ol the starting signal was left to the chair?
man and assistant chief, R. M. Alexander, a
change in last year's meihod haviog been
necessitated by the inability of the time judges
at limes to see* the dropping of the ball from
their positions on account of the heavy smoke
from the engines. It was also resolved
that all men running with an engine must
start with it from the starting Bland, aDd that
the cover of the Are well, which has to be re?
moved by some mun running on the engine
making the run or hote reel, be replaced by
the company leaving ihe ground.
The Citadel Band will furnish the music
during the day of the tournament. Hook and
Ladder Companies Nos. 1 and 2 were invited
to participate in the parade as an escort.
Committees were also appointed to prepare
the Judges' stands, scaffolds, Ac, and to attend
to the procuring of three handsome prizes,
which will be awarded to the winners on the
occasion by John F. Ficken, Esq. The pre?
parations were completed as far as possible,
and at a late hour the meeting adjourned.
Weighing the Engines.
The committee appointed to weigh the vari?
ous steam engines to take part in the tourna?
ment reported through their chairman, Mr. 0.
S. MlBcally, and the complement oi men (one
to every two hundred pounds) was assigned as
Weight-lbs. Nc. or Men.
Young America.. 6590 33
An extra man ia allowed for every fraction
over one hundred pound?. The committee
beg leave to return their thanks to the public
weigher for weighing the engines without
OWBXSATTHE ACADEMT.-The sale ofseatB
for Mr. Oweiis's Initial performance this even?
ing, at the Academy of Music, Indicates that
he will be greeted by an overflowing audi?
ence. The bill is ari exceedingly attractive
one, including "The Poor Gentlemen" and
"SolonShingle,"and in this latter character the
fame of Mr. Owens ls BO well known BB - to re?
quire no additional commendation now. In?
deed, in all the range of comic delineation,
the place of Mr. Owens is settled beyond dis?
pute, and it 1B admitted that he ls entitled to
the highest rank of any actor now on the
American stage. He has all the Jolly, rollick?
ing abandon which years ago made men go
wild with laughter over the performances of
Burton, and he ls wholly without the coarse?
ness and indellcacyiwhlch sometimes marred
the aotlng of the latter. He is always comi?
cal, but never clownish, and he has, almost to
perfection, that happy faculty of picturing the
ludicrous without ever personating the buf?
THE ARTESIAN WELL TROUGHS. - These
necessary nuisances are about to be located in
aplace where the equine working animals
and others may i xoerience all the benefits
and pleasures arising from Hie use of the wa?
ters, and the residents will no longer oe annoy?
ed by the din and clamor of talkative drivers
and clattering drays. The water 1B to be con?
veyed through iron pipes about a foot below
the surface of the pavement down Meeting
street to Plnckney, and into the latter street
to between Anson and Church. The troughs
will be located along the south side of Plnck?
ney street, end extend the whole length of
the square Included between Anson and
Church. The work was begun yesterday at
the Artesian Well, and the process of laying
the pipes has progressed a good distance
down Meeting Btreet already. It is expected
that the Job will be completed during the
week. These troughs have tong been thorns
in the Bide of the committee on Artesian
Well, who have heard for months the clamors
of the residents against the noise and tumult
around the troughs and the voices ot the
draymen exalting the relief and convenience
afforded their animals. Their complete solu?
tion of the problem will, doubtless, p.ocure
for them the thanks of all parties interested.
CRUMBS.-May Day to morrow.
The Mills House ls to be closed on the first of
The Palmetto Social Club picnic to day at
There will be a regular meeting of City
Council this evening.
An Irish Yo unteer Association ha3 been
formed in Augusta.
Strawberries are now abundant in the city
market at twenty-five cents per quart-five
quarts for one dollar.
Yesterday the work ol laying out the track
for the Enterprise Railroad was begun on East
Bay, near the Postoffice.
The Chamber of Commerce have lately se?
cured a valuable supply of maps and charts
of the entire seaboard of this country.
The editors and printers of the Deutsche
Zeitung took a holiday on Thursday on ac?
count of the Scfkitzenfest. This morning the
paper appears as usual.
The locomotive precipitated into Savannah
River some time since has been raised and re?
paired, and ls again in running order, having
made her first trip on the 22d instant.
Messrs. John Thomson & Co., seedsmen,
on King street, are now rablng some of the
most delicious strawberries ever seen In this
part of the world. The fruit is of wonderiul
size, and marvellously sweet In flavor.
An accidental fire on James Island, last
week, destroyed four buildings, including the
residence, on the old Legare place. The plan?
tation is worked by Juck Johnson, an old
family servant, and a worthy, Industrious
mau, and his loss is heavy.
Meetings This ?Jay.
Friendship Lodge, K. of P., at half-past 7
Charleston Riflemen Club, at 8 P. M.
German Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
St. Andrew's Society, at 8 P.M.
Auction Salej This Day^
Louis Dr DeSaussure will sell at ll o'clock,
near the Postoffice, real estate.
Lauroy, Alexander & Co. will sell at ll
o'clock, at store No. 175 East Bay, groce?
J. G. Milnor & Co. will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at their store, shirtings, plaids, &c
Steffens, Werner & Ducker will sell at 9
o'clock, at their stores. butter hams, ?fcc.
P. B. L^lane <i Co. will sell at half past 9
o'clock, at their store, butter, pigB' feet, &c.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
etore, dry goods, &c. "
A BATCH: OF INQUESTS.
I Investigation of Three Cases of Acct,
ID the case of Richard Prince, the jury met
at the coroner's office yesterday morning pur?
suant to adjournment, and, after hearing the
evidence, which corroborated in every par?
ticular the account of the affair given in THE
NEWS of Wednesday last, returned a verdict
of death lrom accidental drowning. The de?
ceased was drowned last Tuesday afternoon in
Ashley River, nearly opposite Colonel William
Bull's place, by filling overboard from the
The body of Ann Rogers, an old colored
woman, who had died last Saturday week
from injuries received from a fall, and been
burled in Potter's Field without the coroner
having been notified as required by law, was
disinterred, and an inquest held upon lt yes?
terday. The Jury found that she had come
her death on the 20th of April, at No. 5 State
street, from congestion ol' the brain caused
injuries received from a fall down the stairs
in the yard of the premises, on the 19th
The investigation in the case of James Mc
Carthy, drowned on Tuesday last, about
mlle from Fort Ripley, by the capsizing o? the
yacht Annie, was also concluded. The evl
dence substantiated the account of the ace!
dent as given in THE NEWS of Wednesday
and the Jury returned a verdict of death from
Hotel Arrivals-April ?9.
C. J. Smith, Oswego; H. Watkins, Bull
River; R. A. Douglas, Bennet'svllle; John
Hamilton, New York; Miss E. S. Taber, Miss
E. A. Sylvester.
Sol Weill, New York; J. T. Howard, Rich
mond; A. C. Spain, Ira E. Hill, Darlington
Mrs. W. H. Evans, Society Hill; Horace Hold
en, New York; R, H. Tucker, Maine; Rev. E
C. Logan and son, Cainhoy, ?. C.
' MILLS HOUSE.
A. Whyte, Savannah; George Nichols and
two sisters, Philadelphia; D. H. Chamberlain
City; George A. Sawyer, Dover. .
A Bio HAND shows on the Artesian Well to
Otto Sonntag's, No. 34 Wentworth street
Dyer and Scourer of Gents* Coats, Vests and
A NEW INVOICE ot Llama Lace Shawls
splendid designs, will be offered at low prices
at Furchgott, Benedict & Co., No. 244 King
street. Also a fine selection ol Shetland White
Shawle. _ _ apr29
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co. offer fifteen
pieces o? Black Stripe Japanese Silks, at only
75 cents per yard. apr29
THE LATEST STYLES of Summer Cloths for
boys' and men's wear have been received at
Furohgott, Benedict & Co. apr29
WE BEO to inform the public that on next
Wednesday we will have a lot ol' forty-five
No. 1 work Mules and Horses. It will pay
those in want of animals to walt on the arrival
of this stock, as lt ls selected with care and
every one warranted. R. GRAHAM & Co.
SAVE YOUR 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
Louis COHEN A Co., No. 248 King street
beg leave to direct particular attention this
morning lo their extensive assortment of real
Llama Lace Points, Spring bilks, Silk Ties
Silk Sashes, and a large line of Black Silks
ranging in price from 90 aents to $7 per yard
inclusive. Also, lull lines ot Black Hernani
Grenadines from 15 cents per yard to $4. A
call is cordially solicited. Louis COHEN <fc Co
FINE LEAD PENCILS, rubber-tipped, 45 cents
a dozen. HASEL STREET BAZAAR AND EAST
BAY NEWB ROOM. _- aprl6-tu
PICTURE FRAMES-Oval and Square; all
sizes. Cheap ! Cheap ! HASEL ST. BAZAAR.
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HASEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr27-sluth
DUTCHER'S LIGHTNING FLT-KILLER sweepB
them off and clears the house speedily. Try
lt. Sold by dealers everwhere.
YE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Brane'. of the Hasel s'reet es?
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 Ycrk, 929 Broadway.
Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., sole Agents
for Charleston. _nov3-6moB
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of
Charleston and vicinity for Bale at the Hasel
treet Bazaar. dec29
TUOSE Handsome Photograph Albums are
now sold at COc. each. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
PLAYING CARDS, Linen, Blxteen styles, 50c.
per pack. Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. febl9-m
(Elotljing, ?oilor?ng, Ut.
SPRING AND SUMMER, 1872.
MENKE & MULLER,
NO. 32S KING STREET,
THREE DOORS BELOW LIBERTY STREET,
Invite attention to their large and splendid
Stock Of CLOTHS, CASS1MERES, COATINGS,
Suiting Cheviots, Linens, ic, and the handsom?
est selection of Panis and Vest Patterns, which
will be made to order under the supervision of a
most skilful and fashionable cutter.
FOR MEN, YOUTH, BOYS 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.
Ail orders promptly executed and satisfaction
guaranteed. -' vapr2-4mos
We have received a large consignment of For?
eign OUKOMOS. The subjects are from the best
We are prepared to famish the "HYMNAL" at
the lowest introduction prices. A variety of
styles; prices from 40c, 60c, 75c, tl, and upwards.
FOGABTIFS BOOK DEPOSITORY.
NEW CATALOGUE, No. 26.
Wisdom Teeth for Little People, by Mrs. F. G. De
Fontaine, eoe. Thia little book, by a native au?
thoress, needs only to be known to give lt a gene?
ral introduction into our School?, as welt as a
hearty welcome from "little people? that have
not yet cut their "wisdom teeth "
Wonders of Electricity, translated from the
French of J. Balle; edited, with numerous addi?
tions, by Dr. John W. Armstrong, with 65 illustra?
The Moral Probe; or, One Hr.ndred and Two
Common Sense Entays on the Nature of lien and
Things, by L. Carroll Judson, firth eddies, $1 76.
Orlon, an Epic Poem, In three biota, by R. H.
Horne, ninth edUl'in, $1 60.
The Bremea Lectures, on Fundamental Living,
Religions Questions by vat lons emluent European
Divines, translated from the German, by Rev. D.
Heagle, SI 75.
The unknown River, an Etcher's Voyage or Dis?
covery, with thirty-seven illustrations, etched
from Nature by the auth jr, by Pnllip Gilbert Bar
The Wonders of Vegetation, from the French
of Falgence Marlon, with nins tr at ions, si so.
A Boy's Travels Around the World, edited by
Samurl Smiles. $1 60.
Injuries of Nerves and their Consequences, by
S. Weir Mitchell, M. D., $3.
The Resurrection of Christ, a Series of -Discour?
ses, by El ip tia kt Nott, LL.D , $1 fio.
Black Hobes; or, Sketches of Missions and Min
i tera In the Wilderness and on the Border, by
Robert P. Nevin, $160.
The Southern states Since the War, 1870-'7I, by
Robert Somers. "What an Englishman taints
aboutit." $3SO. v
Days in Nonh India, by Norman Macleod, edi?
tor of "Good Worda," Illustrated, $2.
Dante, the Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri,'
translated by Longfellow, $3.
William Tyndale a Biography;a contribution to
the Early History or the English Bible, by the
Rev. R. D .-mans, M. D., $3 75.
LATE NOVELS, Ac
Good-Bye, Sweetheart, cloth ti 50, paper 75c;
Mable Lee, by the author of "Vale te Aylmer"
and "Morton House," cloth tl 60, paper tl; True
aa steel, by Marlon Harland, tl SO; A Crown from
the Spear, by the author of "Woven from Many
Threads.'' 75c; Righted at Last, $l; Cecil's Tryst,
by theautnor of "Won not Wooed," Ac., 50c; The
Thief in the Mght, by the author of "The Amber
Gods." Ac, tl25; Within and Without, by George
Macdonald, tl 50; The Hoosier School-Master, by
Eggleston, $l 23; Can the Old Love? 76c; More
than She Could Bea-, by Hesper Bendbow, tl 50;
Jonn Thompson Blockhead, by the author of
"Dorothy Fox," tl 6u; wanted, A Pedigree, by
Farquharson, $2; Clotilde, from the French of
DePontmartln, tl 75.
%* Initial raper and Envelopes, In boxes,
F; euch, English and American, a variety of styles,
a unusually low prices.
NEW NOVELS AND LIGHT LITERATURE RE
CK IVE 9 BT STEAMER EVERT WEEK.
49-Persona residing In the country will please
bear In mind that by ?ending their orders to us for
any Booka published in America, they will be
ch irge i only the price of the Book. We pay for
the postage or expr?s-*. Address
FOGARTIE'3 BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, (In the Bend,)
apr23-tnths Charleston. S. O.
TDrrj ?coos, 4P?.
J. R. READ,
No. 263 KING STREBT,
Respect'ully Invites attention to bia NEW AND
COMPLETE STOCK OF SPB1NG AND SUMMER
FINE DRY GOODS,
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
SILKS, WHITE* GOODS,
MOURNING DRESS GOODS
PIQOES-PLAIN AND FIGURED,
FRENCH CAMBRICS AND PERCALES,
LAWN8 AND MUSLINS,
TABLE DAMASKS, LINENS.
LACES AND LACE GOODS.
PARASOLS-PLAIN AND ALPINES.
IN THE BEST ENGLISH AND GERMAN
GLOVES ! GLOVES !
FOR LADIES, QENT3 AND CHILDREN, IN
LISLE THREAD, SILK AND BERLIN.
RUFFLINGS AND FRILLINGS. .
BLACK FRINGES, GIMPS AND
BLACK LACE POINTS.
SHAWLS IN VARIETY.
RIBBONS, SCARFS AND TIES.
CENT'S TIESf AND CRAVAT8.
PERFUMERY, EXTRACTS, &c.
My entire Block of SPRING AND SUMMER
GOODS Is new, having recently been selected
with the greatest care.
NOVELTIES AND SPECIALTIES
constantly being received.
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263 KING STREET,
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OLDCAROLINA Bl f t?RS1
k A. DELIGHTPUIi TONIC.
The Southern Conn try has been so flooded with Bitters and Tonic?, all professing to be panaceas
for every disease that * flvsh is heir to," that it ls with some diffidence we place onr OLD CAROLINA
BUTEE;S before the public. We reel emboldened to do so, however, from the marked favor they
bave met with the past five years, and the contino d demand from every section of the country
where they have been once Introduced, is evidence that they potsecs some merit: - !
THE OLD CAROLINA BITTERS ARE NOT A VILE FANCY DRINK,
But are compounded by an Experienced Chemist, and contain tome of the very best Tonics found In
the Pharms'.opcea, blended with select Indigenous roots and herbs, together tanning a most delight?
ful Tonic, and can be taken with perfect safety by the old and young. The delicate female, suffering
from prostration ano nervous debility, will Ond in the ' OLD CAROLINA BITTERS" a remedy that
will gradually ptrenzthen the system, invigorate the spirits and restore bloom to the pale cheek. We
have never offered our bitters asja cure for all Diseases, but, SB a Reliable Tonio, they have uo equal
in general debility of the system resulting from Intermittent, Typhoid. Malarial and Nervous Fevers.
Taken in small doses. ; he ca dina Bitters wi;i be found highly beneficial, and th? patient will And
himself with altered feelings arter he has taken a few bottles. Try R once and you will be convinced.
Forsale by all Druggists and Grocers, and at Wholesale by the Manufacturers,
PHILIP WINEMAN-, & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Cmg 3 at LU rj oles a If.
IJIHE ATTENTION OF PHYSICIANS
AND DRUGGISTS ia solicited to the elegant
JOHN WYETH & 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 They are in (Tally 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
Extract or Beef and Wine, Iron and Cinchona
Tasteless Cod Liver Oil
Tasteless Cod Liver Oil, Ferrated
Wine of Calisaya *
Elixir Pepsin and Bismuth
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth, Strychnia and Iron
Edxlr Torraxacum, Compound
Syrnp Lach, Phos. Lime
Elixir Bromide Sodium
Compound Syrnp Phos. Mangasese
Syrup Soper Phos. Iron
Elixir Calisaya Bars, Iron and Bismuth
Ellx. Phos. Iron, Quinine and Strychnia
Edxlr of Gentian, Ferrated
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strychnia
Elixir or Calisaya Bars:
Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites
Bitter Wine or Iron
Ferrated Wine of Wild Cherry Bars
Elixir Valerianate of Ammonia
Elixir Valerian ate Am moni i and Quinine
Elixir Broml'le Potassium
Elixir of the Pyrophosphate ot Iron
Comp. Finid Ext. Buchu and Parelra Brava
Compound Syrup of Phosphate, or Chemical Food
Ferrated Elixir of Cinchona
Wine of Wild Cherry Bart
Elixir Valerianate or Strychnia
Wine cf Pepsin
Elixir of Hops
Ferrated Cordial Elixir
Elixir Calisaya Bark-, Iron and Strychnia.
All or the above preparations will be supplied at
the manufacturers' prices by
D0W1E, MOISE & DAVIS,
giotlling ono Jarniefrina, Q5oob*.
ELEGANT SUPPLY OP
NOW OFFERED BY
KING AND WENTWORTH STS.
IN THE STO^K ARE THE LEADING STYLES OF
CHEVIOT DERBY SUITS,
AT FROM $15 TO $--?5 PER SUIT,
SUITABLE FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES.
BLUE AND BLACK CLOTH MORNING COATS
DIAGONAL COATINGS IN DERBY AND
LIGHT MIXED CASSIMERE MORNING SUITS
ELEGANT FANCY CASSIMERE PANTS
?c., Ac, ?c., ?&c.
BOYS', YOUTHS' 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,
?c., ?ic, ?ic.
MERINO AND THREAD UNDERSHIRTS.
JEAN DRAWERS, of a new Patented make.
IN ALL QUALITIES, FROM $2 TO $3.50.
MANUFACTURED BY THE INVENTORS (FISK,
CLARK & FLAGG) AT $4. '
IMITATION CHEVIOT SHIRTS, AT $2.
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS, o? over
Supplied with a beautiful assortment or SCOTCH,
ENGLISH. FRBNv H ANO AMEKIUAN CLOTHS.
CO ATINGS, DIAGONALS AND .FANCY
CASHMERES, which ?Ul be made
up to order in be-t style, at
Cloths, Coatings & Cassimeres
SOLD BY THE PIECE OR YARD.
FTHE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITKD STATES. FOR THE EASTERN DIS?
TRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In the matter or
JAMES S. PERRYCLEAR, Bankrupt-In Bank?
ruptcy.-To whom lt may Concern: The under?
signed hereby gives nonce or his appointment as
Assignee or JAMES 8. PEKRYCLEAK, or the City
of Charleston, lo the County or Charleaion, and
State or South Carolina, within eald Disflhct, who
bas been adjudged a bankrupt upon hi? own peti?
tion, by the District Court of said District.
Dated the 17th day of April, A. D. 1872.
A. C. PALFREY,
DrTj ?cooa, Ut.
FLRCIIGt'lT. BENEDI? T&CO
I NO. ?44 KING STREET,
WILL OFFER ON MONDAT, APRIL 29; h, and
daring the coming week unprecedented bargains
10 pieces Rich LYONS' TAFFETA SILKS, at $1
10 pieces Gros Grain, $1 37 and $1 76
io pieces Superb Grce Grain, $2 and $2 ?0
10 pieces Elegant JapaneseBlaek Stripe, only 76c.
60 Japanese Silk Dress Patterns, (8 60
2 cases Assorted Summer Dress Goods, 26c.
A lot of Elegant Alpacas at reduced prices
Aalendld selection of Llama Lace Shawls from
$10 to $60
60 Elegant Shetland Shawls, $2 60 and $8.
20 cases or BLEACHED, from 10 to 20c-a saving
of 8 cents per yard ls guaranteed
io casea Fast Colored Prints, latest styles
2 cases Figured and Bliped Percales, 18, 20 and
io pieces 8-4 Bleached Linen Damask only 70c,
100 dozen Napkins, $125
60 dozen Doylies, 76c.
1 case of all Shades Linen Lawns, 26c.
2 cases Bon* and Figured Lawns, 16c.
WILL BB SOLD AT VERY LOW FIGURES:
100 pieces Swiss Muslin .
60 piece J Plain and Striped Nainsook
50 pieces Plain and Striped Jaconet
26 pieces Victoria Lawns
200 pieces of Striped, Bordered, Dotted and Fig
loo pieces Bobblnet * ^
2000 pieces Mosquito Net, only 76c.
We have ju-t opened a fresh Invoice of Plain,
Bolled and Groa Grain RIBBON, comprising all
i he fasti ion abie shades at very popular prices.
HOSIERY AND PARASOLS.
We call particular attention to the above
goods, which will be found real bargains, offer?
ing an opportunity seldom met with in this city.
0?R CLOTH DEPARTMENT.
This department we have made a specialty,
and shall continue to devote particular care and
attention to lt. The lateat noveltiea have been
received, and huyera will find an>asaortmeat of
goods varlet, extensive and unusually cheap.
We desire to call earnest attention to thia depart?
ment, as we shall endeavor to render it more at?
tractive each week, and will guarantee that no
honse in the city can excel lt in quality or in
F11RCHG0TT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
Sljirts ano fnrnisljing ?cobs.
MEN'S FURNISHING EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE THE MARKET HALL.
Cigars ano Sob a eta.
TJ L. MORILLO,
' CIGAR STORE,
No. 349 KING STREET,
BETWEEN GEORGE AND LIBERTY, WEST SIDE
Jost received, a fine assortment or CIGARS, o?
the most favorite brands, aa Mlrabllla, Henry
Clay, Jasmine, Golden Bug, Ac., Ac. Those cele?
brated Havana Figaros at 6 cents always on
hand; also Lyon's Durham Tobacco, at 66c per lb.
Please call and give me a trial ap:ii-thls6
Bj LAUREE ALEXANBE?? CO.,
Auctioneers. . <.
SALE -?P WHOLESALE GROCERY
HTOKK-James Hazlitt A Cc tad Otiten TB.
OstendorffA.Co..^ ^ - .?
Under execution in tbs above case will oe Bold
THIS DAT, 8Mb tait, St Tl o'doolt^r ' rj ^ ~ i
THE BALANCE OP STOCK IN STORE, No. .175
East Bay, consisting pf- -.:?'-' ? ?
Teas, Buckets. Soap, Broom3. Potatoes.- win es,
Liquors, Wine-Bottles, Flasks, Was h-Boards, Soda,
Wooden Ware, Rraas-bonnd -v Buckets^ InJc
Halenes, Herrings, Mackerel, Office Fumitrtre,
Empty Barrels, Ac., Ac. . ''
Conditions-cash. E. WY H. MACKEY,. ":
aprSO _Sheriff Charleston County. B
By PAUL B. LAI ANE & CO. . :,
TT7TLL BE SOLD THIS DAY, BEFORE
V V oar Store, No. 171 East Bay, at naif-past
o o'clock, _
15 tubs Choice GOSHEN BUTTER
ia bbl?. P.ckied PIJI' Feet
io bbl8. Pickled Pork Heads
100 C. B. D. S. Sides
800 Choice D. s. Bellies,.. . ??
Conditions cash._ - - aprSO t .
STEFFENS, WERNER & DUCKER
WILL SELL THIS DAY, BEFORE
their Storts, Vendne Bange,, at 8 o'clock
20 tubs NEW BUTTER
16 tierces s. 0. Hams '
10 bat reis Strips
io boxe s D. S. Bellies
. 10 barrels Sugar
Mackerel, Beef, Ac aprSO
By JOHN tf. MLLNOB & CO- 5
SPECIAL SALE OF BLEACHED AND
Brown Shining. Bra* f lal da. ?c. THIS DAT.
2uth Instant, at hair-past 10 o'clock, we will a*U
at our Store, No. 186 Mee?ng street to piecer. 8 4.
7-8 and 4-4 Bleached SHIRTING, 6"? piece?84, 7-8
and 4-4 Brown shirting, loo pieces Fsncyr Mourn?
ing aad Purple Prints, 60 pieces Bine Plaids, 60
pieces Bine Denims. 40 pieces Assorted Hickory
Stripes, 26 pieces Blue Drill, 26 pieces Assorted
Tics lng, Cotton adee, Kentucky Jeana, Linen
Drills and Coatings, Nainsook and Jaconets,Swiss
and Mall Muslins, Vlttorti Lawns, White Pique,
Muslin Aprons, Black Waterfalls, Corsets, omi
dren's and Women's Wblte Hese, Brown Han*
Hose, Black Alpaca, Maslin and verona Head
Handkerchief*, Blue, White and Pink Ganse, Aa,
Ac Conditions cash._ aprSO
By TYM. McKAY*
DRY GOODS, PRINTS, SHIRTINGS,
CASSIMKRES, Ac. ,- .r:;>;,
THIS DAT, st IC o'elock, at No. 46 Wentworth
street, will be sold.
One cse PRINTS,slightly damaged; also,aa
assortment of Bleached Shh tings, Satlaets, Css
Bimeree, Jaconets, Hosiery and other seasonable
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
DWELLING HOUSE, ftc, AT CALN
* .. HOT, to be Removed. ^?">>
THIS DAT, 80th April, at ll o'clock Al IL
will be sold at the Postofflce, .r*
ThetT?joand a half story WOODEN H0J8E
(known as the Summer Residence or the late Dr.
Edmund Ravenel,) ac cainao7, on the Plantation '
of Dr. J. 8. o'near, containing fourteen rooms,
two piazzas, chimneys, Ac
ALSO, - ,
A KITCHEN and two Outhouses. ?
Conditions cash. The Buildings are to be re?
moved immediately after the sale as they are on
leased land, which expires on tat May, aprso
By LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
RESIDENCE IN PITT STREET.
THIS DAY, the 80th instant, wUl be sold,
near the Old Pest ornee, at li o'clock A. M., '
The TWO AND A HALF STORY WOODEN RESI?
DENCE, on high brick basement on westside of
Pitt street one door s nth of Bull street contain?
ing six large and two small rooms, with gas and
cistern; also a large kitchen with six rooms ana
slated roof, stable and carriage house, and two
good well i of water. On the lot ls a flower gar?
den, iron fence on street Ac Lot measures CS
feet 8 Inches front, by 168 feet deep. . %.: .
Terma-One-half cash; balance by bond, pay?
able In one and two years, with semi-annual In?
terest, s=cnred by a mortgage of the premises.
Buildings to be kept Insured snd policy assigned. '
Purchaser te pay for papers and revenue stamps.
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
TT7LLL BE' SOLD ON WEDNESDAY,
VV 1st instant, at half-past 10 o'clock, at our
Lot of TRUNKS
Lot or Books
._Two Pianos. Ac._aprSO.
By W. Y. LEITCH & li. S. BRUNS,
LARGE IRON SAFE - WILDER'S
The above will be sold on WEDNESDAY, 1st
Instant, at our Office, at half-past io o'clock.
By WM. McKAY.
DESIRABLE FURNITURE OF A FAMI?
LY declining Housekeeping.
Will be soi l at No. 33 Society street near Vest?
ing street, on THURSDAY, 2d of May, at 10
The furniture cont iinc1 in said house, consist?
ing of handsome Parlor Sets. Marble Top Bed
Room Sets, Dialog-Room Furniture, Carpets,
Mirrors, flr.e Engravings Plano, Sewing Machine,
Kitchen Furniture, and a general assortment or
well-kept house-farhlshlng Goods. aprso
By & M. MARSHALL & BRO.
LIFE-SIZE PORTRAITS OF BISHOPS
ENGLAND, REYNOLDS and LYNCH at
On "WEDNESDAY, May 1st at half-past 10
o'clock, will be sold, at our Salerooms, No. 88
The above PORTRAITS, tw j of which are ele?
gantly framed. -v
Terms ca*b. aprSO
By F. P. SALAS; ~ ~
WINES, ALMONDS, MOLASSES AND
SCO XR, IMPORTED BY W. P. HALL.
On THURSDAY next. May 2d, .at ii o'clock. A.
M., will be offere l for sale at Pub lc Auction, In
the Warehouse corner of Queen and Philadelphia
T. 25 whole pipes Catalonia Claret WINE
T. 10 half pipes Catalonia Claret wine
30 bar? h Sweet Garnacha Wine
V. R. 2 quarter pipea S wert Malaga Wine
V. R. 8 kegs Dry Malaga Wine
P. Verges, 12 quarter pipes Dry Malaga Wine
70 sackB Soft Snell Almonds
26 sacks Filberts
io cans Red Pepper
90 hhd s New Crop Muscovado Molasses
iso bbls. New Crop Muscovado Molasses
30 hhds. Grocery Muscovado Sugar
20 hhds. Grocery Centrifugal Sugar.
Conditions of Sale-All sums nader $500, cash;
from $500 to $1000. thirty cays; above $1000, sixty
days, with approved city endorsed note api2S
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
PALMETTO MINING AND MANUFAC?
TURING COMPANY'S PHOSPHATE LANDS,
Buildings and Machinery, for Sale
win be sold at comer of Broad and East Bay
streets, on TUESDAY. 14'h May, at ll o'clock,.
The EMMRE PROPERTY as aD;.vev situated on
the Ashley River, 10 miles from .Charleston, con?
taining about soo acres of Land, 260 cleared, bal?
ance In Woods, about 125 acres or available Phos?
phate Rock, at an average or 4J? feet deep, analy?
sis of which by Professor Shepard, Stare Chem?
ist, and others, gives so per cent. Bone Phosphate
of Lime. On the place ls a double screw
washer, driven by 25 horse engine, capable of
washing 60 tons of rockier day, with a wharf
from washer to the river 20 feet wide, with pier
head 60 by 40 fret, railroad ot "T ' Iron from head
or wharf to washer, Mines and Factory, o Damp?
ing Cars and 1 P.atform Car, Factory Building,
two stories and a half high, containing four pair
French Borr ?tones, tan e Crushers, Elevators,
Ac,, Ac. driven by 30 howe engine, cjpacity for
grinding phosphates 30 tons per day, connected
with which is a Doub;e Brick Kim for baking
about the same anount or rock, one Blacksmith
Shop and Tools, Carts, Wagons, Wheelbarrows,
and all necessary Mining Tools for immediate
nee The works have been In operation to within
the last two months. There is a Dwelling House,
with all necessary outbuildings, B iras, stables,
Store. Office and quarters lor laborers.
Terms-Twenty-thou and dollars cash; balance
lu one. two and three years, secured by bond of
the purchaser, with Interest at ten per ceut. per
annum, and mortgage of the premises; property
to be tn-ured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
pay me for papers and stamps.
This property caa be treated for at private sale
up to the day of sale.
Snsituss dards. *
T^O^ATI?OSES, PH. D
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro?
perties reported upon, and Working Plans fur?
nished. Separating and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore-Deposits. Special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES Of FERTILIZERS,
Drugs, Ores, Minerals, Ac LABORATORY,
decaS-atnthemo_Nc 28 George street
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO?
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODHBAT1
By RATES,^ L. LUNSFOBD,
fens : Smith Street aorta of Wentworth,