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THE FLORAL EXHIBITION.
Ta? Successful Second Day and Bril?
liant Night-CnriosHies and Beau?
ties-Notable Additions to the Dis.
Vplay-Nuslc and other Enjoyments.
Toe brilliant success achieved for the floral
exhibition on Wednesday night was the
presage of its lasting popularity, and yester?
day the Ryan Villa was as largely visited and
the show as well patronized as the most san?
guine could have desired. All the afternoon a
stream o? visitors poured through the gates,
and among them were many connoisseurs
whose fine taste Was afforded a gratification
seldom afforded by a public exhibition in any
elly. The walks among the cool grounds,
well watered and bordered with lilies and
rose-bushes, were as popular as ever, and be.
neath the umbrageous foliage of the blooming
peach and broad-leaveu fig, strolled the visit?
ing fair with- their attendant swains in the
height of rural enjoyment. The luxuriant I
shrubbery, with its rich green hues, formed a
beautiful ba. ?-ground to the picture, relieving
the spring-tide sweetness ol the scene. The
flower tent, with its long show-stands, was
an unfailing attraction, and was inspected by
every visitor. The plants had all been well
cared for, and looked fresher and more luxu?
rious than ever. Their arrangement had been
perfected, and they make themselves quite at
home. Numbers of ladies hovered around
the flowers, expressing their enthusiastic ad?
miration, and examining the choice specimens
oh exhibition. Among the planta,'* wax ivy,
Jost added, received a large share of praise,
and an India rubber tree, growing finely, ex?
cited the wonder of the curious. During this j
Inspection, the Citadel Band was at its post in |
tmTcentre of the grounds discoursing a choice
selection of pieces-operatic, terpsichorean
and sentimental. Their performance was I
highly artistic, and formed one of the chief |
attractions to the vlsi (ors, when the arduous
work of criticising the articles on exhibition
was at an end. Many ol the couples and par?
ties also enjoyed a retreat to the palace saloon
of Mr. Brookbank^, where foaming soda,
dainty Ice-cream and refreshing sherbets were
Within the Yilla the imposing array of paint?
ings and the beautiful store of cut flowers
still charm the eye. The latter had been kept
fresh by assiduous waterings, and the dia?
mond drops glistening upon the bright petals
added to their striking beauty. The collection
of wax cuttings had also received tasteful and
elegant additions, an elaborate and exquisite?
ly finished basket of wax flowers being exhi?
bited by Miss Sallie G. Wigg.
In the same room hung a dingy historic
-paper which every Carolinian will read with
deep Interest. It was a short note, as follows :
25TH JULY, 1783.
Gentlemen -Please let Mrs. Elizabeth Grin
land have seven pounds ihree shillings worth
01 goods ont of your store, and charge the
Bame to the estate of Robt. Ervin, and you
will oblige Tour ob't servant,
; Messrs. GILES & FLUBS, Monck's Corner.
The curions and practical chirography, and
the unequivocal flourish beneath the signa?
ture, showed the authenticity of the order,
and proved that the "Swamp Fox" was not I
wanting in a knowledge ot the arts of peace j
as well as war.
TOe display of vegetables had also been im?
proved by the addition of handsome lots of
artichokes, strawberries and Irish potatoes.
AT NIGHT '
the grounds were again illuminated with a I
host of Chinese lanterns, whose gleaming |
light made the grounds look like tarry-land.
The "young folks'' enjoyed themselves im?
mensely, and regret that their fascinating
evening must so soon come to an ead. ltls
^pleasant to say that visitors from the North
-and Sooth, and from Europe, are unanimous
in the declaration that a prettier and more at?
tractive exhibition ol flowers and pictures has
not been seen. Taste and diligence will tell.
THE FINE ART EXHIBITION.
In the upper gallery will be found two fine
oil paintings by Guerln, exhibited by Mr. I. S.
K. Bennett. They represent the amusements
ol the French nobility, and are works of great
merit. The picture of the Port of Geneva,
exhibited by Mr. I. S. K. Bennett, was erron?-1
ously described, in yesterday's issue, as a river
view. This picture, wiiish is nearly a century
old, has many admirers among artists. The
atmospheric effects are especially good.
THE PROGRAMME TO-DAY.
At eight o'clock this evening the premiums
will be awarded, as follows:
Forgthe best grown collection of zonale and
double geraniums-In bloom.
For the best grown collection ol scented
For the best grown collection ol silver and
gold leaved geraniums.
y For the best grown collection of az ile as in
For the best grown collection ol pelargoni?
ums in bloom.
For the best grown collection o? Japan lilies
- For the best grown col lection of Chinese
primroses in bloom.
For the best grown collection of fuchsias in
For the largest collection of green-house
plants exhibited by one person.
For beet single specimen plant of any class.
For best display of carnation pinks.
For best dUplay ot pansies.
For best display of verbena.
For best display of cut flowers.
For second best display of cut flowers.
For most tasteful and best arranged hang?
ing basket of flowers.
For best specimen of wax work-fruits or
For best basket of strawberries.
For best display of vegetables of ail kinds.
The Post Band will then, as on the previous
evenings, be brought into the large hall, and
the exhibition will be closed with a grand
dance. The musical programme for to-day is J
as follows :
2. Beena from Ernanl.
3. Polka-Jockey Hat and Feather. -
4. Juliane Waltz.
5. Selections from the Grand Duchess.
6. Sont:- - carling Belle.
7. WlldfdDg Galop.
8. Medley Concert,
9. Quickstep-Sweet Spirit, hear my Prayer
10. bong-Beautliul Angel.
11. Waltz-Mouse Trap.
12. Romanza- L'Eciulr.
13. Cavatina from Somn?mbula.
14. Militaire Polka.
Flowers and plants for exhibition will be
received to-day np to twelve o'clock M., and
the exhibition will be open iromj5 oe'lock P.
M. to ll P. M. i
Oust 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 lt,
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. _ _
CLUBS AND STABS.-An enthusiastic lover of
tb ? drama, who was unable from the effects
of whiskey to take care of himself at the
Academy, was taken to the Guardhouse and
fined one dollar.
Chas. Irwin, arrested on the charge of steal?
ing a handkerchief, with four dollars and a
half tied up Ina corner of it, from Clara
Mitchell, was referred to a trial justice for ex?
A red and white milch cow found roaming
about Calhoun BtreM| cost her owner one dol?
lar to recover possession.
I THE ACADEMY OE MUSIC
'.ETfrj b?dy'? Friend," Lut Nig
A very good house welcomed Mr. Owei
night, and peals of laughter greeted th<
which he made. Tbe'doughty WelllDgto
Boots convulsed the audience, and
Shingle was, If possible, more successful
I upon its first representation.
"Self" To-Night -Mr. Owens as
"Won't pay, slr !" became a familiar
word upon the Hps of all, during the r
repeated performances of the corned
"Self" at Wallack's Theatre, New York.
Owens as John Unit bas, if possible, eel
his success as "Solon Shingle," and we a
pate the greatest delight at seeing him lo?
in his favorite role. The character ls e
tlally his own, there being no other actt
present upon the stage capable of such ma
and distinctive character portraitures,
comedy of "Self" has been the most sue
fut American production of the age. Il
plcts the manners and peculiarities ol our
people, and Is full of interest and variety,
the first act we have a modern dry g
establishment, with the lashlonable men
women ot the day. Much care, we are
will be expended upon the presentatioi
this play on its first representation in Cha
ton, and we trust the management will
rewarded with an overflowing audience.
The matinee Tu-.Morrow.
To-morrow (Saturday) at two o'clock,
Owens will appear ior the last time in Cha:
ton as "Solon Shingle," in addition to w
the petite comedy ol "Delicate Ground"
be offered. This will, doubtless, be the lar
matinee of the season.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.-Mr. JameB H. Jo
son has our thanks for a basket of the mi
m'oth Kalmia strawberries, grown upon
farm in President street, near Line. Tl
are the finest of the season.
PAINFUL ACCIDENT.-About eleven o'clc
Wednesday night a mt mber ot the Vigil
Steam Fire Company had his left foot i
over at the corner ol State and Cumberh
streets. The engine was being backed at
time, and the right hind wheel passed eio\
over the broad part of the foot, crusblog
severely. None of the bones are broken, I
the hurt ls a painful one.
CUTTING AFFKAT.-About eleven o'clc
last night, a cigar store in King street, n<
Society, became the scene of a distnrbai
between the brother of the proprietor and
man named William Johnson. In the quarr
the latter drew a knife and cut his antagon
severely In the hand. The police were call
la,-and arrested Johnson, who. was taken
the Guardhouse. The case will be examin
THE GRANT CAVALRT.-The annual pict
and tilt of the ?. S. Grant Cavalry Compa
took place on Wednesday, when the follow!
prizes were won: First prize, a sadd
valued at $30, won by Lieutenant W. M. Gai
den; second prize, a bridle and bit, valued
$12, won by Lieutenant J. A. Godfrey; thi
prize, a saddle cloth, valued at $8, won
Private Sd. Weston; fourth prize, a ridli
whip, valued at $4, won by Sergeant J. Bcyi
filth prize, a tin cup, valued at ten cents, wi
by Corporal J. R. Bohertson for bad riding.
PICNICS.-The Wentworth street Lntheri
Sunday-school picnic takes place to-day i
the Scbotzenplatz. The pupils and Invite
guests are requested to be at the Ann stre
depot punctually at a quarter before eig
The Trinity Sunday-school go upon th?
annual picnic.to Mount Pleasant this mornln
Those who expect to participate will assemb
at the church punctually at seven o'clock .
M., whence they will proceed to the ferry In
BEAL ESTATE SALES.-The following pro
erty, In this city, was sold yesterday mornic
by Leitch & Bruns :
The two and a half story wooden dwelllnj
at the southwest corser of Inspection ai
Wharf streets, lot fifty-four leet in iront t
slxty,feet deep, for $1500; one-third cash, ac
the balance in one and two years.
Ono-story wooden dwelling, west of tb
above, formerly used as a store, lot thlrty-fiv
feet in front by fifty-nine feet deep, for $35*
one-hall cash, and the balance in one year.
THE GOOSECREEK ACCIDENTAL s HOOTING.
An Inquest was held yesterday over the bod
of Abram Grant, who was accidentally shot o;
Monday by S. Q. Wiggins while on a flshin
excursion. The jury assembled pursuant l
adjournment, at the Oaks, sixteen miles Iron
the city, on the Northeastern Railroad, wher
they were met by Coroner Taft. The examl
nation of witnesses lasted throughout the day
and the testimony thus far seems to conflrn
the statement of young Wiggins that th
Bbootlog was purely accidental. In the alter
noon the Jury adjourned over until Saturda;
for the purpose of procuring furlher evidence
Brown and Wiggins remain at the jail.
FIRE ON JOHN'S ISLAND_The lumber anc
grist mills of Mr. J. M. Humbert, situated or
John's Island, atout ten miles from the city,
were destroyed by fire yesterday morning
about three o'clock. The stables and commis
sary depot adjacent were also consumed. Thc
progress ot the flames was so rapid that thc
stable door had to be cut open to save the
mules from destruction. The origin of the
fire is unknown, but lt is supposed to have
been the work of an incendiary. The properly
was uninsured. Mr. Humbert ls one of the
largest lumber dealers on the seaboard ol
South Carolina. He was in the city at the
time the fire occurred. The work of rebuild?
ing bis mills will be immediately begun.
DEATH OF MRS. BUTTERFIELD.-Yesterday
about noon Mrs. H. M. Butterfield, the well
known and highly popular proprietor of the
Pavilion Hotel, died at her residence alter an
illness of several months' duration. Since the
death of her husband in October, 1866, Mrs.
Butterfield has been the sole manager of the
Pavilion, and her affable and hospitable man?
ner during that time have made for her a
host of friends throughout the State. On the
1st of May the Pavilion passed into the pos?
session of Mr. Geo. T. Alford, who will con?
tinue to keep the house on the old terms. Mr.
Alford ls too well-known to need an Intro?
duction, and his courtesy and affability will
doubtless maintain the high standing and pop?
ularity which ihe Pavilion has hitherto en?
CRUMBS.-The sacred concert tendered to
Mrs. Barhop by her musical friends, will take
place at St, Mary's Church on Thursday even?
The Eagle Steam Fire Company will cele?
brate their fifty-third anniversary by a soiree
at South Carolina Hall, this evening.
Estimates for building the Young America
Engine House will be received up to May 21,
Instead of May 4, aboriginally announced.
Th? olty registrar gives notice In another
column of the places at which disinfectants
will hereafter be iuroished free to all appli?
A grand raffle is announced to come off at
No. 48 Wentworth street, with these attractive
features: "Five hundred articles. Five hun?
dred chances.' Only fifty cents a chance.
Every ticket draws an article."
The Stale Supreme Court.
Ia this court on Wednesday the following
business was disposed of :
The State ex rel. A. G. Bose, A. B. Bose,
David Geiger, J. C. Cothran, executor, South
Carolina Jocfcy Club, vs. City Council of
Charleston. Motion refused and appeals dis?
missed In the several cases. Opinion by
Moses, C. J.
Alva Gage et al, appellants, vs. the Mayor
and Aldermen of the City of Charleston, re?
spondents. Mr, Spratt resumed his argument
for appellants. Messrs. Corbin, T. Y. Simons,
and Phillips for respondents.
Bichar? McNamee. appellant, vs. A. G.
Waterberry et al. Mr. Youmans for appellant.
In the Common Pleas-Before Judgs
The application which was heard on Wed?
nesday from W. A. Courtenay, the Union
wharves, et al, praying for a temporary in?
junction against the City Council ol Charles?
ton, restraining them from erecting In Pinck
ney street artesian waler troughs for the use
of all persons and animals, came up, and the
injunction asked was granted. It was served
No further cases were heard, as Judge
Graham was indlposed.
Inferior Court-Before Judge Lee.'
The grand jury asked lor further time In
which to prepare their presentment, and also
for a rule of attachment against M. McLaugh?
lin, county commissioner, to compel bim to
produce certain checks drawn by the county
commissioners on the county treasurer, the
checks not havlngrheen delivered to the par?
ties In whdse favor ihey were drawn, and
being admitted by Mr. McLaughlin to be still
In his possession. Time granted and rule of
attachment Issued. In half an hour Mc
Laughlin appeared by counsel, and stated that
he was willing to produce the checks, that
the sum bad been drawn in an"clpatlon of
\ report from the treasury of sufficient funds
sn hand to piy them. That wheo the report
WM made considerable more cbecks were
found to have been Issued than the funds re
ported would pay, and consequently they bad
been retained by him and taken to his res!
jence for safekeeping. He asked lor time to
go for them, and he was directed to produce
ibem as soon as he could return before the
The court then took up and disposed of the
James Ladson, assault with intent lo kill
ind assault and battery. Sealed verdict,
William Grant and Ashley Car rere, same
offence. Verdict, guilty of assault and bat?
Alston Barton, assault and battery. Nol. pros
Charles Fludd, same offence. Verdict,
M. Colline, same offence. Nol. pros, entered.
Wm. BlBttg, brought up on habeas corpus,
was ordered to be discharged on his giving
bond for f500 before the clerk to appear for
trial at the next term of court.
George F. Habenicht, assanlt and battery
L.* Lui j en, receiving stolen goods. Con?
Ed. Brown, grand larceny. Struck off.
Wm. Darrell and J. P. Mason. Struck off,
with leave to reinstate.
Benjamin Brown and James Campbell, as?
sault with intent to kill and resisting a peace
officer. Same disposition.
Thomas Johnson and Wm. Smith, grand
Thos. H. Tilllcgnast, assaulting and resisting
a constable. Continued.
Hugh O'Brien, assault and battery. Con?
Ann Young, keeping a house ol ill-lame.
James Miller and Jerry Coleman, assault
with intent, &c, and assault and battery
Isaac Smalls, Sol Thompson, George Thomp
son an'' ?arls Morgan, riot. Continued.
Ann Huger and Phillip Wilson, forgery
Benjamin Hernandez, assault with intent to
kill, and assault and battery. Continued.
Labey Cash, petty larceny. Struck off.
Joseph Boisden, assault with intent to kill,
and assault and battery. Continued.
Alex. Williams, Charles Jones and Henry
Jones, same offence. Continued.
Jerry White and Emma White, grand lar?
ceny. Trial fixed lor May 7th.
Henry Harrison, assault and battery. Con
Alex. Scott, house-breaking, and grand lar
ceny. Struck off with leave to reinstate.
The petit Jurors were discharged till Mon
day morning. To-day the grand jury will
make their presentment, and the prisoners
convicted during the term will be sentenced.
von PHILADELPHIA AT NOON TO-DAT_The
regular scret? steamship Virginia, Captain
Hinckley, will sail from Brown's wharf to-day,
and afford first-class transportation to Phila?
delphia. Providence, Fall River, Boston and
the New Eng'and manufacturing cities.
Truck farmers should avail themselves of this
route for their shipments. Freight received
up to sailing hour.
THE CHARLESTON RIFLEMEN.-At a meeting
of this spirited corpr , held on Tuesday nigh;,
all the arrangements for the forthcoming
parade and maroon on Monday aext were ef
iected. The maroon and shooting contest
will come off at Mount Pleasant, and the club
will take the leu o'clock boat for that point
after the parade ls over on Monday. The
prizes to be contended lor were on exhibition
at Hayden's Jewelry store yesterday, and con?
sist of a handsome palmetto medal, (compa?
ny's prize) silver meda', silver goblet, pair ol
gold sleeve buttons and a box of fine Havana j
ciliar?. On the parade the club propose to fly j
the colors ol Ihe old Charleston Riflemen. A
large number of the gentler sex have been in?
vited, anil, with a band of music, a Jolly May
day festival may be expected.
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE MARKET:-The
Dally Bulletin ol' Wednesday, May 1, giveB the
following as the state of the vegetable mar?
ket In New York, on Tuesday, April 30:
Old potatoes are quiet and without essential
change in the prices. New Bermudas are
selling at $9 per barrel from the dock. Sweets
are not plenty, and held rather firmly. Seed
sweets dull at about $3*3 25. Our quotations
are io bulk ; lnshippln? order 50 cent* per bar?
rel must br- added. We quote : $2 50a2 75 per
barrel for Peachblows; $2 50a2 75 per barrel
ior Early Rose; $2u2 25 for early Goodrich;
$1 25*2 per barrel for Dyrlirhis; $l 75a2 per
barrel for Jackson whites; $1 7512 for Prince
Alberts. Sweet potatoes U ii 50 for Delaware
kiln dried. In vegetables, red onions are ex?
tremely du i and nard to move. Norfolk as?
paragus iJ a trifle lower; we noticed a small
lot Jersey sold this morning at 35c. Other de?
scriptions without particular change. We
quote: Carrols $2 75a3 per barrel. Radishes
S2 50a3 per 100 bunches. Russia turnips
$2 50a3 per barrel; white do., $3. Pursnlps
$1 50<?2. Onions, 5Cca$l 25 for red, and about
$3 per barrel for white. Sprouts $3 per bar- j
rel. Spinach $3a5 per barrel. Bermuda toma?
toes 80J95C. per box; do. onions $2 50<>2 75
per crate. Southern kale $2 50*3. Rhubarb
SGaS per 100 bunches. Norfolk asparagus 20a
30c. per buncb._
ENVELOPES, White or Buff, good quality 10c.
a package, or three packages for 25c. Hasel
street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
BLOCKING UP THE STREETS.
TO THE EDITOR OF TOE SEWS.
Toe announced parade of the Steam Fire
Department next week, Induces the sugges?
tion that some more appropriate rendezvous
be named than on the line of the Cit; Ballway
In Meeting street. This practice In the past
has been put up with, at great inconvenience
to the entire public, In deference to the
department. But lt Is respectfully suggested
that Broad street, west of King, affords more
unobstructed space for the Interesting exer?
cises, and If an elevated point be necessary
as an outlook we suggest the Cathedral tower
rather than that of the Circular Church, which
involves blocking up Btreet railway travel all
day. MANY CITIZENS.
Hotel Arrivals-May 3.
W. A. Addington, Franklin, N. C.; H. Heins,
Fairfield; E. E. Lee, Suffolk; E. H. Dowling,
Barnwell; A. F. O'Bairn, New Orleans: J. W.
Riley and sons, Barnwell.
J. H. Laws, Cincinnati; J. M. Alston, Alaba?
ma; A. N. Roundel!, New York; E. W. Evl
son, F. Jlndret, Jr., Columbia; C. K. Knowles,
New York; Y; J. P.iiOwens, Laurens; J. P.
Gorman, Baltimore; B. Hosea and wife, Miss
Hosea, Cincinnati; F. J. Hilton, Mobile; Mrs.
B. H.?Whitby, Savannah; W. A. Crosland,
South Carolina; F. Chalmers, wile and maid,
Liverpool; J. Canllne and wife, W. J. Mathie?
son, London; J. McDougall, Montreal; A. J.
Coe, Boston; Mrs. E. Van Lew, J. N. Van
Lew, Riclimond; Mrs. J. Mazoo, Michigan ; J.
N. McCllnte, U. S. C. S.; 8. B. Wright, H. G.
Meeting* This Day.
Marlon Lodge, at 8 P. M.
Vigilant Fire Company, at 9 P. M.
jEma Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Strict Observance Lodge, at 8 P. M.
Marlon Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
Pioneer Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Palmetto Fire Company, at 6 P. M.
Auction Sales Thia Day.
Miles Drake will Bell at 10 o'clock, at h 1B
store, boots, shoes and hats. ?
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
Btore, buggy, lurnlture, Ac.
ACTS OF THE LEGISLATURE of South Carolina
for 1871 and 1872 Just received, and for sale by
Edward Perry, Bookseller, No. 149 Meeting
street, opposite Charleston Hotel. may3-fm2
GENTLEMEN'S COATS, Vesta and Ponts nicely
dyed, cleaned and renewed at Otto Bonntag'a,
Dyer, No. 34 Wentworth street, near Artesian
Well. _ _may3-fm2*
NOTICE.-All persons having accounts
against me are requested to present the same
at the office ot the Mills Houee for payment.
D. C. BURNETT. maj 2-2*
A NEW INVOICE ot Llama Lace Shawls,
splendid designs, will be offered at low prices
at Furchgott, Benedict ? Co., No. 244 King
Btreet. Also a fine selection of Shetland White
FCRCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co. offer fifteen
pieces o? Black Stripe Japanese Silks, at only
76 cents per yard. apr29
THE LATEST STYLES of Summer Cloths for
boys' and men's wear have been received at j
Furchgott, Benedict ? Co. apr29
Louis 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 price from 90 eents to $7 per yard,
inclusive. Also, lull lines ot Black Hernani
Grenadines from 15 cents per yard to $4. A
call ls cordially solicited. Loma COHEN k Co.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re?
celved one thousand boxes, each containing
one quire ot fine Note Paper and Envelopes
to match, (without initial,) also Penholder
and Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
Jan3f _ _
YE THIRSTT MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch of the Hasel Btreet es?
tablishment. _ _ aprl6
CHEILLET'H PARIS Km GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even alter wear, for any Imperfections, such as
tearing or ripping.
f Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
London, 63 Regent street.
New York, 929 Broadway.
Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FCRCHGOTT, BENEDICT ? Co., sole Agenta
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Baluster?, Mouldings, Ac, are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toole, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Plnckney street.
The above are all made at his own lac tory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
best manufacturers. mchS-fmwlyr
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 50 per dozen. HASEL STREET
BAZAAR. _ aprl9-mwf
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of j
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
treet Bazaar. _**_dec29
OTlotrjing, tailoring, Ut.
SPRING AND SUMMER, 1872.
MENKE ?ft MULLER,
NO. 325 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS BELOW LIBERTY STREET,
Invite attention to their large and splendid
Stock of CLOTHS, CASS1MERE8, COATINGS,
Suiting Cheviots, Linens, Ac, 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.
All orders promptly executed and satisfaction
H0USE N-. . CHARGE,
IN r\ o Y ?fA F0B>
c_ 4g?3) 6h&r)estGn>>?? til
CwrigM ; . secured.
A Full Assortment of Fancy Groceries.
The Best Place in the City to Fill yonr Orders.
. NO. 306 KI ?VG STREET, &;
A FEW DOORS NORTH OF NEW MASONIC HALL.. - *
Send for Samples of Tea, and Compare Prices._ .
Srjirts ano irumisliing ?coos.
Attention is invited to my
Immense Stock of
SHIRTS AND COLLARS.
Gent's Half Hose for Summer
Wear in Great Variety.
THE LATEST STYLET OF COLLARS, LINEN
AND PAPER, TIES AND BOWS.
. E SCOTT'S
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE ' THE MARKEST HALL.
jjjjgjg ?nb ?leointus.
JJBUGS AND MEDICINES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. H. B^ER,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Offers Us Large and Well-Assorted Stock of
And all the Leading Proprietary Medicines.
The follewiog comprise a few ot the CHEMI
I GALS he has on hand. These goods are pur?
chased or the Manufacturers, and will he sold to
? the trade at the lowe* ^possible figure:
Iodide of Potassium,
Bromide of Potassium.
Nitrate of silver.
Quinine, P. A W. and R. A S.
Morphine, P. A W. and R. AS,
Chloral Hydrate, made by Soherlng, Berilo.
Que verne's Iron, (French.)
Iron by Hydrogen, (Merck's.)
Glycerine, (Merck's and American,)
Calomel, English and American.
Blue Mass, English and American.
Sweet spirits or Nitre, Ac, Ac
Snpercatbolate or Soda.
Supercarbolate or Zinc
Canlopbyllin, Ac., Ac.
A Foll Stock Ol nOMOOPATHIC MEDICINES
always on hand, comprising Tinctures, Pellets,
Powders or d li?rent Triturations, Family Medi?
?me Cases, Ac, Ac.
The following are a rew of the
FRENCH PATENT MEDICINES
always kept in Stock:
GRIMAULT'S SYRUP OF THE HYPOPHOSPHITE
Grlmault's Goarana Powders, tor Headache, Neu?
Grlmault's Matteo Injection,
Grlmault's Lera's Phosphate ot Iron.
Purgattr Le Roy.
Quevenne's Iren, (with Spoon.)
Oigarettes-Esplc lor Asthma.
Drag?es de San toni ne-5 centigrammes, Ac,
None bnt the Purest Drags nsed, and satisfac?
tion guaranteed, both as to price and quality.
Orders are solicited from Druggists, Physicians
Country Merchants, Planters and others, with
the assurance that they shall receive prompt
and careful attention._mchT-Smos
rjlHE UNEQUALLED MACHINE.
The HOME SHUTTLE uses the Straight Needle,
makes the lock stitch, (alike on both sides,) has
self-adjusting tension, and ls the only first class
low price Sewing Machine In the market adapted
for every variety of sewing from muslins to
heaviest cloths. Price $26 and $37.
Agents wanted. Bend stamp for circular and
sample of Sewing. T. L. BIS SE LL,
janll-rmwemo Charleston, S. a
I Uni ve rna! ly Popular Stomachic and
I CURES DYSPEPSIA,
PREVENTd CHILLS AND FEVER,
CB KAT ES APPETITE,
RESTORES THE NERVES,
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
RESTORES TONE TO THE STOMACH,
PLEASANT TO TH E TASTE
EXHILARATING TO THE B0D7,
. And u the most
POPULAR ii i TX r: its
I Now before the pabilo. Try lt and be convinced.
DO WI E, MO I
PROPRIETORS AND WHOLES,
Orr) ?OO?B, ?i.
[ NO. 1?44 KING STREET, |
WILL OFFER ON MONDAY, APRIL 29th, and
daring the coming week unprecedented bargains
N I J.KS
10 pieces Bloh LYONS' TAFFETA SILKS, at $1
10 pieces Oro9 Grain, $ i 37 and $1 76
10 pieces SnptrbOres Grain, $2 and $2 fiO
io pieces Elegant Japanese Black Stripe, only 76c.
60 Japanese Silk Dress Patterns, $8 60
2 cases Assorted s nm m er Drews Goods, 26?.
A lot of Elegant Alpacas at reduced prices
Aslendld selectton of Llama Lace Shawls from
$10 to $60
60 Elegant Shetland Shawls, $2 60 and $8.
20 cases of BLEACHED, from 10 to 20c. -a saving
ol 8 cents per jard is guaranteed
10 cases Fast Colored Prints, latest styles
2 cases Figured and Striped Percales, 18, 20 and
io pieces 84 Bleached Linen Damask only 70c,
100 dozen Ndpslns, $126
60 dozen Doylies, 76c.
1 case of all Shades Linen Lawns, 26c.
2 cases Bun* and Figured Lawns, isc.
WILL BE SOLD AT VERY LOW FIGURES:
loo pieces Swiss Muslin
60 piece i Plain and Striped Nainsook
50 pieceispiatn and Striped Jaconet
26 pieces Victoria Lawns
200 pieces of Striped, Bordered, Dotted and Fig?
loo pieces Bobblnet
2000 pitees Mosquito Net, only 76c.
We have Jnst opened a fresh invoice of Plain,
Boiled and Qros Gram RIBBON, comprising all
the fashionable shades at very popular prices.
HOSIERY AND PARASOLS.
we call particular attention to the above
goods, whir h will be found real bargains, offer?
ing an opportunity se-dom met with In this city.
00R CLOTH DEPARTMENT.
This department we have made a specialty,
and bbali continue to devote particular care and
attention to lt. The latest novelties have been
received, and buyers will find an assortmeat of
goods varie i, extensive and unusually cheap.
We desire to call earnest attention to this depart?
ment, as we Bhall endeavor to render it more at?
tractive each week, and will guarantee that no
house In the city cai excel lt in quality or m
No. 244 KING STREET.
QT??urs, Qobatto, 9ft.
TD ATHMT? E l L L O,
No. 349 KING STREET,
BETWEEN GEORGE AND LIBERTY, WESTSIDE
Just received, a fine assortment of CIGARS, ol
the most favorite brands, as Mirabilis, Henry
Clay, Jasmine, Golden Bag, AC, Ac. Tooee cele?
brated Havana Figaros at s cents always on
band; also Lyon's Darb am Tobacco, at eec. per lb.
Please call and give me a trial, aprii-thiss
TIM IRE WABRAIED
They contain no arsenic or poise- o oas Ingredients
of any kind-nothing fn the least degree lola
rions to the system nnder any circumstanoes
ancrmay be administered with penect fefety to?
an Infant. ? . _^_?L-"-_.
They never fail to cure the moot obstinate case
when taken as directed. LLLL
Tney cure immediately. Inno case witt tie pauent
have more than one chill after the teat dose, and
in the majority of cases not eveo that
They accomplish the work by destroying toe
canse of disease, which no other remedy pretends
to do * " ' ''
They are an effectual preventive, neutralising ther
malarious poison in the system, and thus avert?
I lng ita consequences.
SE & DAVIS,
IXE DRUGGISTS, CUARLESTO?, 8. O.
burrum Soles-?tjia filas
By WM. McKAT.
ESTATE SALE TOP BUGGY, HOUSE?
HOLD FURNITURE, AO. . .
w ii seU THIS DAY, at my Store, No. 45 Went?
worth street, at io o'clock. '
Marble-top bIDEBOARD. Cottage Sets, Table?
Chairs, Lounges and a la.0e ?ot sundries.
Bj MILES BRAKE.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
THIS MORNING, at io o'clock, I will sell, at.
my Blore, corner of h lng ano Liberty streets,
A long line or Men's BOOTS, Brogans. Oxford ev
Button seal Creole CoBgreas, Ba morals. English
Ties, Women's Polish and Balmorals, and Mlstee**
an i Childrens' Shoes.
A fine assortment of Men's and Boys' Woof,
Felt, Straw, snd Panama Bats maj3
By WM. McKAY.
IMPOSTED CHINESE, JAPAN AND
Will be sold THIS EVENING, st half-past T
o'clock, at Spear's store, King street, opposite
A large collection of Japan, China and India
GOUD--, composing many rare and valuable all?
For particulars see catalogue at store,
Portion Sato---JittBre iDan?.
By HUTSON LEE,
VALUABLE PHOSPHATE WORKS FOR
WUl be sold at the east end of Broad streeton
THURSDAY, loth May, mi, at ll o'clock A. BL.
The enture PROPERTY or the Farmers'Fertil?
izer Company of South Carolina, o nsis;lng of :
A TRAOr OF LANI/, half mlle from the City,of
Charleston, con tal u lng thirty-nve (86) acres, upon
which have been erected, m a most thor*, ugh and
^one FRAME MILL, three stories high, 46xso
One Brick Englne-Boller House, 25x40 feet, with
brick chimney. - '..
. Four Brick Kilns, for drying Phosphate Book,
and two Wharves.
The MACHINERY, which has been most care?
fully const, neted, consists of:
One 80-horse power aNGINE, complete.
Four pair of stones.
One Poole A. Bunt Patent Mixer.
Shafting, Elevators. Belting, Ac, Ac. -,
Located on the ashley KI ver, where the richest
Phosphate Dei oslts are fount1, m immediate prox?
imity to the City of Charleston, with sufficient
depth or water at the wharf to accommodate the
laigest vessels entering this harbor, connected by
the South carolina and Northeastern Ballioads,
which pass through tue premises, with tue entire
bomb, and West, built expressly for a Phosphate
Manufacturing Work, and never having been .
used, this Property offers unsurpassed induce?
ments to any party dearing to embark m this lu?
Terms of sale-One fourth (X) cash; balance In
three (8) equal payments, at a, e and o months,
secured by bond of the purchaser, bearing inter?
est at the rate of 7 per cent, per anoam, ana mort?
gage or the property. Buildings to be insured
and policy assigned. Purchaser tJ pey auctioneer
for all necessary papers and stamps.
The Property can be Inspected by parties de?
siring to purcha-e at any time prior to the tale.
.?nttionmo* jtejggg fiato, Ut.
By J. PHASER MATHE WES,
No. 56 Broad street.
AT PRIVATE SALE, A WHITEHALL
BOAT, (Ingersoll builder,) nearly new; has
been recent, y painted and put tn thoiough order,
with Oars, Rudder, Ac., compete. apr2u-mwl8
T. O H APEA ? & CO.,
DHALSES AND DISTILLERY OF
TURPENTINE AND BOBIN
OFFICE No. 148 EAST BAT,
CBABXKSTOH, S. 0" \
The highest prices paid for Crude.
QH AS. L I E BE N BO OD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY*
AT FORKS OF ROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Offices-No. las Meeting street, and comer Une
and Meeting streets. ?
as-Highest prices paid m Cash for Crude Turp?n
Virgin. .$4 75 I Yellow Dtp $3 76 | Hard..$2 60
HARLES B ER BUSSE,
NO. 379 KINO STREET,
Has Just returned from the North with a large
Stock or Goods, consisting of :
A large assortment or CHILDREN'S CAR?
RIAGE ?>, ranging in price from $4 to $?AJ
Ea ls also agent for Colby's celebrated-''Little
Washer and Clothes WrlDger," the most^rfeot
and cheapest In use, which he selis ?^manoiac
turera' price. Call and examine for j?ar?e?r.