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No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S. 0.
TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1872.
AV Mr. WILLUM E. SIMMONS, Jr., la the
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NEWS OE THE DAT.
-Gold closed yesterday at 13?al4.
-The New York cotton market was droop?
ing at the close; uplands 23|o.
! -In Liverpool cotton was dull at the close;
uplands lld, Orleans 114alljd; sales 8000 bales.
-A Chinese temple, with seventy-five idols,
? was recently consecrated at San Francisco.
-A national fair, for the benefit of the
French ransom fund, will be opened at San
Francisco on the 6th inst.
-A reaction is said to have commenced In
Spain In favor of the ancient Spanish costume,
Including large ^inbs and short dresses. -
-A New York florist is preparing himself
for future office-holding by constructing a
large pot ef "forget-me-nots" for presentation
to President Greeley.
I ?-A telegraph operator in Nashville, Tenn.,
has Invented a device for propelling railroad
cars by the power of electricity. He claims
that a speed of one hundred miles an hour can
-The march of Improvement in Japan Is
shown by the formation of the Yokohama and
Tokio Gae Company, for the purpose of light?
ing the principal city and chief commercial
town ol the country with. gas.
-InBoerne County, Texas, lately, a snit
was brought to recover fifty dollars for a don?
key, when the donkey himself waa tendered in
open court He was made aa decent and pre?
sentable as possible, by a pair of linen pants
slipped on bis forelegs, a stove-pipe hat on
his head, and P. oak ol spectacles on his vener?
able nose. The Judge and jury were con-1
vnlsed, and the suit withdrawn;
-A New York paper, referring to the uni?
versal moving, which took" place on the 1st of
May, said: "If ^foreigner bad witnessed the
busy disorder and hurried changes going on
liai the city yesterday, he wonld naturally have
' fancied that aa earthquake, a tidal wave, or a
volcanic eruption was Imminent, and that the
inhabitants, like the people of Torre del Greco,
were fleeing for the safety of their lives and
-Prince Camehameha, the heir to the throne
ofthe Sandwich Islands, arrived recently at
pSan Francisco, on bis way to Utica, New York,
whither he IB going to be educated at the
Jesuit College He is described as a young
m?A of about twenty-two, about five feet eight j
Inches in height, with a very dark copper col- j
ored complexion, and a profusion of black,
straight bair. He was bapthed at San Fran?
cisco, receiving the name of Joseph Guada?
lupe. '? ? .
-"We leam from a contemporary," says
. the London Lancet, "that M. Helndrlcb, the
headsman of Paris, and, indeed, lately of j
'France, ls dead, having discharged the duties
of bis office for no 'less than fifty-four years.
During thia period one hundred and thirty?
nine criminals bad passed through bis hands.
He was once asked by a visitor whether he
thought the separated bead continued to live
after lt bad rolled into the basket. He pon?
dered a few momenta, as if to collect his
memory, and then related instances which
went to support an affirmative answer.
Among them, he said that on one occasion a
woman's head made a faint effort to spit at
him; and he spoke of violent contortions oc?
curring In the muscles of Orslnl'e face. Simi?
lar contractions were observed to occur in
Queen Mary's face after decstation. But
surely none of these movements can be re?
garded in any other light than as of the nature
ol reflex actions. The stimulus is, no doubt,
the sudden loss of blood, which here, as else?
where,') nd u ce s convulsions, and we altogether
repudiate the Idea tba*: consciousness Is pre?
served even for a moment In the decapitated
bead. The mere blow must stun, and before
recovery occurs the flow ot blood from BO
many large vessels must be sufficient to occa?
sion perfect unconsciousness. M. Helndrich
appears to have been a man of some cultiva?
tion, or, at least, to have bad some Interest
In hlB calling, as be attended Yelpeau's lec?
tures in order to acquire a knowledge of the
exact position ol the noud vilaL fie also
made various improvements in the construc?
tion of the Instrument with which ne ope?
-The scene when the result of the sixth
ballot was announced to Mr. Greeley, ts thus
described:, 'hit five minutes of three o'clock
the Hon. BenJ. Wood entered the Tribune
counting-room. His fine face was flushed
with excitement. He passed behind the coun?
ter, and inquired for Dr. Greeley. In breath?
less words he announced Dr. Greeley's nomi?
nation to Sam Sinclair. Before Mr. Wood
could be ushered into Dr. Greeley's presence.
Tom McWatters, one of the Tribune's old
office boys, ran lightly up the stairs into Dr.
Greeley's office. The Doctor had begun a
fresh editorial article. His gold pen was
dancing over a broad Bheet of foolscap with
lightning rapidity. Tom handed him a dis?
patch. Dr. Greeley took his pen crossways
between his teeth, turned parlly around In
his easy chair, bent toward the light, and
read the following through his gold-bowed
CINCINNATI, May 3.
Horace Greety, Iribune. JV. Y.:
You* were nominated on the sixth ballot.
D. H. WM. ANSON STAGER.
Dr. Greeley threw the dispatch In his waste
basket and drew oJT his glasses. The shrewd
boy Tom fished the dispatch out of the waste
basket and shovedjt Into biB vest pocked as a
souvenir. In a second Mr. Sinclair and the
Hon. Benjamin Wo?d were in the room shak?
ing hands with the noble veteran, and warmly
congratulating him. Dr. Greeley arose. His
face was wreathed In smiles. He was pleased,
and honestly expressed his pleasure. But
when the mall clerks, the reporters, the press- j
men, the' compositors, the office boys, the
stereotypers and other employees ol the Tri?
bune rushed up the stairs and overwhelmed
him with genuine expressions of pleasure, the
heart of the good philosopher WES touched
with honest pride. His countenance re
ed one of a summer morn in June. I
peatedly shook bands, and thanked s
their kind wishes. The news spread like
fire. The whole city was thoroughly arc
The newsboys penetrated to the reo
Btreets and alleys Bhoutlng out their t
with" the nomination ol Horace Gr<
CrowdB surrounded the bulletins,
hearty cheers rent the air.
stopped each other on the streets, an?
pressed their pleasure at Dr. Greeley's i
nation. Everybody-even the bootbla
spoke of him aa "Horace," "Good old
ace," "Honest old Horace." AU acte
though their warmest personal friend
received the nomination. In some inste
workingmen threw their bats in the air <
ceiving the news, and rolled out lusty ct
Irishmen, Germans, colored meo, Amer!
all hailed the nomination with joyful sat
tion. The feeling among the Democracj
outspoken. They fairly gloried in the i
nation. Many well known ward leadet
pressed their intention of sending dele?
to the Democratic State Convection instn
to vote only for national delegates pledge
sustain Dr. Greeley's nomination. All reft
to Mr. Greeley's undoubted honesty,
won't steal, and that is enough for
shouted an ex-State senator, "and he's
only man that has been nominated for y
by either party, who can't be Induced to st
This was the general sentiment.
Tba Chances of the Contesr.
The Southern newspapers, for the i
part, approve of the Cincinnati non:
tions and platform ; bot among the Nort
Democratic journals there are several w
demand the immediate assembling of
National Convention and the oominatio
a straight Democratic ticket. This co
would change the situation, and make
calculations necessary. It is interest
however, to consider the chances of a <
test with only two tickets in the field:
Radical and the Liberal Republican.
In 1868 thirty-four States voted for Pi
dent, giving to Grant 211 electoral vc
and to Seymour 80. The States of
ginia, Mississippi and Texas did not i
at all. The States of Alabama, Arkan
Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee
Wept Virginia, which gave Grant 48 e
toral votes, have, since 1868, lapsed from
Republican party beyond all hope of
covery by the nominee of the Pbiladelj
Convention. The States of Connect!'
Indiana, Nebraska and Nevada gave Gr
24 electoral votes in 1866. If they now
away from the Philadelphia nominee, tt
defection, coupled with that of the
States above named, will alone be sufficii
to defeat Grant. Taking the popular v
of 1868 for a basis, a change of 1600 Rep
lie an votes in Connecticut, of 4800 in In
ana, of 2100 in Nebraska, and of 700
Nevada, would carry those States over
These statistics lead the New York Sun
believe that Grant cannot possibly be
elected if the Liberal Republicans and I
Democrats support the same ticket. Tl
result would be rendered still more cerU
by the fact that of the three States whi
did not vote in 1868, two-Virginia ai
Texas-are sore to go against Grant.
In these calculations no note is taken
such States as Pennsylvania and Illino
which voted for Grant in 1868, and a
almost sure to go against him now. Nor
confining the estimate to the figures of 18
is any allowance made for the popul
I uprising against the usurpations and inu
erance of the Grant clique.
The Prospect or an European War,
. The rest of the English press has appa
ently come to the conclusion that there
nothing whatever in the story of Prince Bl
marck's intention of going to war, if Frani
will not disarm, as told in the London Dat
Telegraph; bnt The Nation, a cool at
sagacious journal, thinks that the undeni
ble facts of the case are of too serions a n
ture to treat it as a mere "newspaper se
"sation. It is known that the reorganizi
tion of the French army is proceeding on
truly formidable scala The number i
pieces of artillery is being raised from I8(
to 2700, and the new Army bill, which hi
been reported to the Assembly, will rait
the Frebch force, available for defence, t
1,200,000 men, and will give a force aval
able for offensive operations little, if an]
short of 700,000. These preparations cat
not be regarded with indifference, and it 1
not denied that the Germans are fortifyin
the strongholds on the French frontier wit
extraordinary care and diligence, and thc
the training of the troops was never carrie
on with closer attention to every detail c
The French politicians have, it is true
given up all design cf attacking German
8iogle-handed. Their object is to form a
alliance with any strong power with whic
Germany may come into collision, and the
expect to find their opportunity wheneve
the dissensions and race hatreds, which ao\
distract Austria, shall tear that Empire t
pieces. This catastrophe, the French be
lieve, would lead to a quarrel between Sus
sia and Germany. The last named powe
would not permit the control of the monti
of the Danube to pass into Russian bands
and the Czar would not give up bis desiri
for a free eutlet to the Mediterranean. It
such a contingency, France would hope tt
be able to turn the scale on the side of Rus
The French politicians also think that il
they can borrow the rest of the war indem?
nity from England, that country would h av?
a powerful reason for backing France. Ic
what particular collision they fancy thal
England could be persuaded to play a part,
ft is difficult to say, ua'c?s they think that
Bismarck would some day Beize Belgium tc
round off his frontier on the left bank of the
All these hopes will need a long time foi
their fulfilment, and might be entertained
for half a century before beginning to look
wild or unreasonable. The policy of Ger?
many is Peace, so long as the treaty stipu?
lations are carried out, and her integrity is
not threatened. As long, however, as the
French indulge in their aspirations for re?
venge both countrie3 must remain armed to
their utmost capacity; and every year an
enormous amount of their wealth and in?
dustry will be devoted to the preparation
and maintenance of military and naval
armaments. A sadder abuse or the means
which might be applied to the development
of the two nations, and to improving the
condition of their people, cannot be
Growth In Florid?.
The censu? o? 1870 shows an ioctease ld the
population of Florida iu the last decade o?
47,324, or 33.69 per cent., while the increase
In Alabama was only 3.40 per cent.; Georgia,
11.97 per cent. ; Mississippi, 4.63 per cent, and
Louisiana 2.67 per cent. Increase in Texas,
214,364, or 35.48 per cent,; Increase In Mis?
souri, 539.283, or 45.63 per cent This com?
bined movement has grown largely since the
war, owing to the expanse ol territory, the re?
sources for agriculture and productive indus?
try, and facilities for an extended commerce.
The colored race, since emancipation, seem to
tend toward the tropics. Florida is remote
irom all the great sources of emigration. Tet
the increase of Delaware was only 12,799, or
11.31 per cent, and the population is but 126,
015. But Florida has become a great resort
for seekers after health. Florida has 59,268
square miles, with a population in 1870 of a
little over three persons to a square mile.
Pennsylvania has only 46,000 square mites.
While some women are clamoring for the
franchise, berating the tyrant man, and shak?
ing from platforms and various other places,
metaphorically speaking, their galling chains
in his hardened lace, others have quietly
undertaken, Ina commonsense, practical way,
to improve their condition and enlarge the
scope of what has been usually considered
t tje ir proper and only work. As an instas ce
of this, we notice that in San Francisco there
has been Incorporated the "Woman's Pacific
"Publishing Company.*' The company starts
with a capital of twenty-five thousand dollars,
and proposes to carry on the business of print?
ing of all kinds, bookbinding and engraving,
and to deal in books, newspapers and periodi?
cals, and also, if necessary, to publish them.
This betokens something like testing the
question ol women's inferiority.
The Labor Troubles In Germany.
From Berlin, by late papers, we get some ac?
count of the labor troubles In Germany. We
have already noticed the action of the Ger.
man Government against the International
and kindred societies, in the cases of Herr
Liebknecht and Herr Bebel. Ever since the
recent war there have existed disputes as to
wages throughout Germany between the em?
ployers and the workmen, and the differences
have been assiduously fostered by the various
socialistic societies, which ramify in spite or
the prohibitory law throughout the Empire.
In Berlin the discontent at last broke out into
open rebellion. That capital had been benefited
largely by the war, the population had in?
creased, and all industries based upon trade
were flourishing. Bents, at the same time,
steadily became higher, and the necessaries of
life dearer. Everything rose In value, except
the work of the laborer. There has, there?
fore, spread among the laboring classes o? the
city a deep dissatisfaction, which culminated
first in a strike of the masons for an Increase
of wages lrom fltty-Blx to seventy-five cents
a day, and a redaction of the hours of labor
from twelve to ten. During the continuance
of this strike about one thousand masons are
said'to have left Berlin and gone elsewhere,
aad the five thousand who remained were
supported by voluntary contributions from
other trades. The carpenters, to the number
of five thousand, struck soon after. A com?
promise was effected in both cases. Now the
last news from Berlin ls that this labor agita,
tion still continues, and that the builders, the
master masons and the master carpenters
have entered Into a combination to check the
demands of the laborers. The courts ar* also
dealing, with a heavy hand, with all pr.\,onB
affiliated wltfc agrarian and socialistic iso
dations. . _
CHEMISTRY. By H. E. Roscoe, Professor of
Chemistry in Owens College, Manchester.
Author of "The Spectrum Analysis," "Les?
sons In Elementary Chemistry," ic, with
Illustrations. New York: D. Appleton &
Co. 1 vol., 12 mo, pp. 103.
SCIENCE PRIMERS, PHYSICS. By Balfour
Stewart, Professor of Natural Philosophy.
The Owens College, Manchester. Author
ot Elementary Lessons ia Physics, with
Illustrations. New York: D. Appleton A
Co. 1 VOL, 12mo, pp. 132.
Theee science primers explain the funda?
mental principles of chemistry and physics in
the simplest language, and the experiments,
o? which many are given, are attractive to
the old as well as the yoong. The illustra?
tions are all good, and even the typographi?
cal arrangement serves to assist the juvenile
reader. Edited, as these volumes are, by
Professors Huxley, Roscoe and Stewart, their
accuracy ls assured, and we do not know of
any other elementary books on science so well
adapted to the wants or pupils of an early
These- Science Primers are for sale at
Holmes's Book House. Price 50 cents each.
BLACK WOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, for April.
American Edition. New York: The Leon?
ard Scott Publishing Company.
The "Maid of Sker" is continued, and we
have the second part of the new tale, "A
"True Reformer." The series of papers on
"French Home Life" Is by a writer o? keen
observation, and one thoroughly acquainted
with his subject. The political outlook is dis?
cussed under the title of the "Ministers, the
"Parliament and the Country."
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Attend a Meeting at Archer's Hall, THIS
EVENING, at 8 o'clock. JAMES J. GRACE,
HIBERNIAN SOCIETY.-THE REGU?
LAR Meeting of your Society will beheld
I THIS (Tuesday) EVENING at 8 o'clock.
may7 JAMESARMSTROSQ, JB.. Secretary.
SUMTER SOCIAL CLUB-ATTEND
the Regular Monthly Meeting of your Club,
THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, at 8 o'clock, at Mrs.
Bernard's Ball. Society street.
By order. JOHN W. HUT30N,
may7-?_Secretary and Treasurer.
p ERMAN FBEUNDSCHAFTSBUND -
\JT The Regular Monthly Meeting of this Asso?
ciation will be hel l THIS E VENIN G, tue 7th inst., at
8 o'clock, at the Hall, corner George and Meei lng
streets. The members are requested to be punc?
tual. J. M. PETERSEN,
maj 7 secretary.
ATTENTION, CHARLESTON SOOIAL
MOUNTED CLUB.-Members are hereby
noil fled to attend the Regular Meeting of the
Club. THIS EVENING, at 8 P. M., and be prepared
to pay arrears. A full attendance ts requested,
as business of importance will be tran -ac ied.
By order. F. PIEPER, S. W.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER,
No. 1_Attend the Regular Monthly Meet?
ing of your Company THIS (Tuesday) EVENING,
May 7th, at 8 o'clock, sharp.
By order. FRANS J. McGARY,
HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY, No. 2.
Attend Regular Monthly Meeting of yonr
Company, THIS EVENING, 7.h inst., at 8 o'clock.
By order. JOHN BURKE,
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER,
No. A-Attend the Regular Monthly Meet
lu tt of your Company THIS (Tuesday) EVENING,
May 7, at 8 o'clock, at baller's Rooms, Market
street, near Meeting. By order of tue Foreman.
R. C. BROWNE,
may7-l?_Secretary C. H. and L, No. A
VIGILANT STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
PANY.-Attend Regular Monthly Meeting
at Engine Bouse, THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
Assemble at Englue House TO-MORROW MORN?
ING at 7 o'clock, to panic!nate In the Parade and
Tournament ol the Steam Fire Department.
By order of the President.
J. A. ENSLOW, JR..
may7-l_Becretary Y. S. F. E. Ca
EAGLE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Yon are hereby summoned to as?
semble at your Enalne-Hou-e TOMORROW (Wed?
nesday) M 'RNINO, 8'h instant, at 7 o'clock, in
full uniform, (white pants) to attend the Tourna?
By order. ARTHUR M. COHEN.
may7_Secretary E. S. F. E. Co.
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-You are hereby summoned to as?
semble at your kugln* Heuse, In In 1 uniform, TO?
MORROW MORNING, at 7 oMock precisely, to par?
ticipate tn the Annual Tournament of the Steam
By order of President BARKLEY.
may7_OE". A. CALDER, secretary.
HOPE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Appear at your Engine House
TO-MORROW (Wednesday) MORNING, ac 7 o'clock
precisely, In roll uniform, for Parade and Tourna
*Ssy order or President PETERS.
a A. BUERO.
may 7-1_Secretary Hopa a. F. B. Co.
GERMAN STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-You are hereby summoned to ap?
pear nt the Engine-Hooss TO-MORRO w (Wednes?
day) MORNINO, at 7 o'clock precisely, in fall uni?
form, (white pan to participate In the Tourna?
ment ol the Steam Fire nepartment.
By order or President RIECKS.
may7-1 JOHN H. O?fENDiiRFF, Secretary.
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
You are hereby summoned to appear at the'
Englne-Uonse; TO-MORROW MORNIG. at 7 o'clock
precisely, In full uniform, (white pants.) to par?
ticipate la the Tournament or the Steam Fire De?
partment. By order. WM. 0. MILLER.
"VTIAGARA FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
Jj( No. 8.-You wlllattend the Regular Monthly
Meeting ol your Company. THIS EVENING, at tue
Eugine House, ats o'clock,
by order or President. J. M. HOLLOWAY,
ATTENTION. PROMPTITUDE FIRE
ENGINE COMPANY_You are hereby sum?
moned to attend the Regular Monthly Meeting ol
your Company, at Liberty Ha'i. at 8 o'clook pre
ch ely, THIS EVSNINO. By order ol the President.
may7-l?_Secretary P. F. E. Co.
LADIES' MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION
The Sixth Aunivcr-ary Meeting or this As?
sociation win beheld TUESDAY, rt ti instant, at
hair-past 6 o'clock P. M., at tue Depository. Chal?
mers street, on which occasion the Anona] Report
win be read, an ?lection ol officers f >r the ensu?
ing year made and an addresn delivered. A rmi
attendance of the members or the Association,
and or ali interested lu the cause, ls p >r lcnlarly
requested. Members will please come piepared
to pay their subscriptions. ma i 6-2
ANTED TO RENT, ASMALLHOUSE
of four room*, pleasantly located and In
good order. Add reas Tenant, at this o ru ce.
WANTED, A FIRST-RATE COOK,
with good recommendations. Apply a:
No. 101 Broad s'reet._may7-1?
WANTED, A GIRL TO WASH AND J
Cook Tor a family or three. Call at No.
IPS East Bay, American Hotel._may7-1?
WANTED, A STEADY WAITINGMAN.
References required. Apply at north-1
west corner ol Klug aud Morris streets,
WAISTED, A COLORED WOMAN TO
cook for a email ramtiy. Recommenda?
tions required. Apply at No. 6 Meeting street.
WANTED, A MAN AND WIFE A
Waiter and Washer, tor a small family.
Apply btfore s A. M., and between 8 and 6 P. M., at j
No. a Legare street._may7-2?
WANTED,'A TOP BUGGY FOR FOUR
or six months, for pleasure riding. Ad?
dress JOHN CLAKKE, Box 884, Charleston, S. 0.
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN
Ameiicau-a situation to cook and wash.
Good recommendations given lc required. Applv
at thia office._may7-2? '
WANTED, AN INTELLIGENT LAD,
fourteen or fifteen yesrs old, In a Retail j
Apothecary Store. Address H, m own hand?
writing, through PostolHce._may 0-3?
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A WHITE
Man to take charge of a farm at fara?
well. S. C. He must be a tilmouth ploughmau,
Industrious and honest. None other need apply.
Apply at this omce._maye 2
WANTED, A WOMAN WITHOUT EN?
CUMBRANCE to do the work or a small
family. A room furnished and good wages. Ap
ply south end Lncis street._mayfl-2?
BEESWAX WANTED, IN LARGE OR I
small quantities, aud the highest market
pi ice paid by W. P. HALL, Brown & co.'s Y> narr.
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House In the central or western
part of the city. Address "Q," ut this office, stat?
ing location, terms, Ac. _ feb8
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warratited
Sewing Machine In the market is the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $tf6 and $37. Can be seen at the Gene?
ral Ageucy, No. 256 King street, corner Beauruln
street. T. L. Bl -SELL. janl'Z-Omos
ITT ANTED, A SOUTHERN LADY TO
VY teach In a family. Oue required compe?
tent to teach the higher branches of English,
Mimic aud Drawing. Reference as to com pt tee
cy and character required. Address Dr. A. H.
JOHNSON, Bamberg P. 0., South Carolina Rail?
road. Information can be i<ad from Messrs.
Pk'LZER, RODGERS A CO., or E. U HALLEY,
Charleston, a. C. mchl3
H A RLES BER BU SSE,
NO. 379 KING STREET,
Has just returned from the North with a large
Stock of Goods, consist lu g Of:
A large asfortment of CHILDREN'S CAR?
RIAGE?, ranglne In price from $4 to $26.
He ls also Agent for Colby's Celebrated "Little
Washer and Clothes Wringer," the most perfect
and cheapest In use, which ne sei.s at manufac?
turers' price. Call and examine for yourself.
Q.RAND SACRED C O N CERT
ST. MART'S CHURCH, HABEL STREBT,"
THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 9,1872.
Mrs. BARBOT respectfully announces tbat trie
SAORED CONCERT tendered her by some of the
best m u 3i cal talent of the city will take place nn>
der ber direction next THURSDAY EVENING, with
1. Trio-For two Flutes, with Organ accompani
2. Gloria-Fall choras-Haydn.
8. Holy Mother-Sopran a a nd Tenor-Wallace.
4. Charily-Soprano Solo, with Ohorns of female
6. Oh, God, Bave Meroy-Bass Soto-Mendels?
e. I Waited for the Lord-Sop rano Solo, Daett
7. Trio-For FI nt es, with Organ accompani?
8. Let Thy Loving Mercy-Trio-Southard..
9. Thou, Lord, Art my Hope-Soprano and
Tenor ??o?os and Chorus-Millard.
10. Salve Marla-Soprano Solos-Blzzo.
11. Et Incarnates (by special request)-Trio-Mer
12. The Heavens are Telling-Foll Ohorns-Haydn.
TI CE EIS OF ADMISSION, $1. To be had at
the following places: ' Holmes's Book Store, cor?
ner King and Wentworth streets; Mr. J. B. Read,
King street; Messrs. Melcher* A Muirer, King
street; Mr. G. W. Almar, corner King and Van*
derhorsts streets; Mr. H. Siegllng, Music Store,
Beaufaln Btreet; Mr. C. Lltschgi, East Bay, neir
Broad street; Messrs. Walker, Evans A Cogswell,
No. 8 Broad street; Mr. A. 0. Barbot, Druggist,
Broad street, near Church street
The Concert will commence at 8 o'clock P. M.
itt i scella neons.
Slate-Lined Refrigerators I
Black Walnut Enamelled Refrlgerators I .
Bogorth's Patent Freezing REFRIGERATORS
Water Coolers, e.? sizes, from 2 to B gallons.
For sale low by 0. G RA VELE Y,
No. 62 Kaat Bay, south of the Pc st office.
may7-tnthB3_? , ._s ?
?)CA ELLEBBEE'S TBANSPLANT
201/ '& BUS,
AT $8 60 EACH.
S. B. MARSHALL A CO.,
No. S14, corner King and Society Btreet a.
Cost ano Xonnc.
LOST, IN QUEEN OB WENTWORTH
streets, a Moiocoo POCKETBOOK, contain?
ing a small sum nf Money, an J a Through Ticket
to New York, via Columbia, No. ?6. A reward
will oe given, if left at this office. may?-!*
FOUND ADRIFT, A'BATTE AU, 19
feet long. The owner can have same by
paying expeuses. Apply to B. STROBf L, No. 4
Aiken street. _._ma? 7-8*
LOST, ON THE 4TH INST., A GOLD
EAR DROP-an acorn pendant in a wreath
ui leaves. The Under will receive the thanks of
the owner, or a reward'if desired, by leaving lt
at "Big Boot." No. 260 King street may7 r?
LOST, A BROWN ALPACA UMBREL?
LA, with an iron-a viet and bamboo handle.
inc nader w.ll be rewarded on leaving the Bame
at thia office -, _may7
STRAYED, F BOM No. 92 WENTWORTH
street May Oth, a silver colored Setter Dog.
A reward wll. be paid for his return. may7-l?
LOST ON THE 13TH INSTANT, A GOLD
SLEEVE BUTTON, with coral scroll, either
on King, Broad, Meeting or Tradd streets. A re?
ward will be given to tne Under. Apply at this
T7EGETABLE CRATES FOR SALE
V low at Builders' Depot No. 94 Church Btreet,
three doors north of Broad. E. M., GRlMKE.
may 7-2_ ' . ?
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
M i CLUNES repaired on reasonable terms
sou at the .honest notice, AIBO a few good se
oond-haad Machines for sale, very low. J. L.
LUNaf? RD. smith street, mirth of Wentworth.
ALOT OF FINE BROKE MULES F?R
sate at WE vi'3 Si ABLES, Quten street
between Fr end and Mazyok streets. may6-1?
BOAT FOR SALE.-A FA8T SAILING
OAT BOAT, coppered and copper fastened,
lu excetleot co loltlou, for sale. Apply northeast
corner ot Qneen sud Mate street*. maye 8?
FIBST-CLASS MOLES AND HORSES,
Just receive.! at Kentucky Male Lot, King
street low for cash or city acceptance, a OAK
MAN. may 6 A*
To RE?T7FROOMS AND KITCHEN"
Water on same floor; convenient to Post
office; rene moderate. Apply at No. 67 East
Bay._may 7 6?
TO RENT FOR THE SEASON, A HOUSE
on sullivan's Island, on the Front Beach,
west of toe Fort containing Ave rooms, with a
large piazza. To an approved tenant will be
rented low. Apply at No. 187 Meeting street.
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.-A TWO AND A
HALF-bTORY HOUSE, partly furnished, and
pleasantly s mated, containing four rooms, with
storerooms and piazza, large stable, One well of
water; also, iron tank cistern, au in nice order.
Apply to JAS. B. HUWARD, east end Laurens
AHOUSE IN MARY STREET TO RENT.
Apply to WM. BYRNE, southwest corner
cuurch and Chalmers streets. may8-2*
REM?T?L^THES UBSC R IBERS
have removedjthelr place of business from
No 137 to No. 86 ajfcst Bay street opposite THB
DAILY NEWS Office, where t hey can be found with a
fail stock of Qooas in d.elr Une, and will be happy
to serve I heir i rienda us here of ore. Ont-door
Auction Sales attended to with promptness.
LAURE Y, ALEXANDER A CO.
(Cop armero ruse ano flhssointions.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between MACQUEEN A RIECKE
lb this day unsolved ty mutual consent.
4'EKHARD RIECKE con lnue-i the Commission
Business, at their ol i stand. No. 21 and 23 Ven?
due Banse, assuming all liabilities, and shall col?
lect dcb s due the concern. Pai ties are requested
to pay up promptly, at once, their Indebtedness
now due. PETER MACQUEEN,
In retiring from the firm of MACQUEEN A
RIECKE, I respect olly solicita continuance of
favors to Mr. RIECKE, so liberal y extended to
the late concern. PETER MACQUEEN.
Charlestun, S. C., May ISC, 1872.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE .-THE
Copartnership heretofore existing under the
arm name or OhO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.. Charles?
ton, 3. C., and WILLIAMS, BIRNIE A CO., New
york, has been dissolved on account of the death
af Mr. J^MES H. TAYLOR
The business of the late firm Will be continued
t>y ihe surviving pav .ner-i.
GEO. ?V. WILLIAMS. ) <="",_.,,?,
WILLIAM B KNIE, 1X3*2*?
JO?. R. ROBERTSON, ) *arIner8?
Charleston, 3. C., May l, 1872. .
We have th's day associated with CB as part.
]era In our charleston and New York Honses,
JAMES BR1DGK, Jr., FRANK E. TAYLOR and
ROBERT 3. CATHCART.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.
Charleston, S. C., May 1,1872.
TTHE COPARTNERSHIP BERETOFORE
X existing under the firm name or BALL,
BLACK A CO. ls this day dissolved by mutual
lonsent. Either partner will sign in settlement,
)f the business. _. .
(Signal) HENRY BALL.
V 8 ' WM. BLACK.
March 1, 1872. WM. D. BLACK.
In announcing the above dissolution, BALL,
BLACK A CO. mrorm their friends and the pnbUc
;hat they Intend to closeout their entire stock
?vii h aa little delay aa possible, and at prices that
?viii be an Inducement for all tj pnrchase from
They have also a very large stock of unset
Stones-Diamonds, Emeralds, Rabies, Cameos,
?tc.-which they will set, to order, at nansnally
low rates. Their manufactory for Silverware
grui be continued to enable them to meet any de
nanda in that line. No. 606 and 667 BROADWAY,
Sew York. july lb ly r
9tottxitB, Signora, &t.
QEMENTSl CEMENTS I y
SOO barrels ROSENDALE HYDRAULIC, for sale
low, :o arive per Bcliooner M VIM ver.
may7-l_ROACH A MOFFF,TT, Agents.
JgACON, FBOUR, LARD AND HAY.
30,000 pounds Dry Sa t 0. R, BACON
?o.ooo poonda Smoked O. R. bacon
300 barrels Flour-Family, Extra Soper
and Floe .
100 n?rrela Family Leaf Lard
200 bales Timothy Hay.
Just received and for cale by
QEO. W. WILLIAMS ? CO., ,R
maye-fl Nos.;i and 3 Hayna street
60,000 pounds SHORTS, fresh groan', an ex?
cellent food for cattle. Forsale by . - '
may2*h3tu8 JOHN fl AM PS EN A CO.
jg A O O N, FLOU H%. pg I ....i.;-.' J
Choice BACON 0. R. AND SHOULDERS, *
Choice Dry .Salt Mi ats, .">::'.' tvisa
Flour, Lard, v : ;
Molasses, ' : So?p, ' '
. Batta, ' ' . i ' salt, . ':
BarrelPork, . _,FJst,. .
- Axle Grease, Ac, 4c. .
Choicest Brands WESTERN S. 0,'HAMS, can?
vassed. Also Breakfast, Bacon constantly os
band. . ? .:. r, ? o' ' .-"
We invite purchasers to examine our Stock. .
MACQUEEN A REECKE.
NOS. 31 an <V23 Vend a e Amge
ebS-lmotutbsamos '. -
gALTl SALTI SALTI
sooraoks Liverpool' SALT for sale,, at $1 pei
sack, to close consignment by - a-a >
~\ HENRY CARD,
apr22_ Accommodation .Waar L,
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELRBBRJS
DY, DIU. S. BONDED STORES, fr* 1
. ... ?>-i<: .> -.;> nt <: \ :.
A TOBIAS' SONS, Na 110 EAhl BAY,
Offer for sale from ?. 8. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAO and LA ROCHELLE BRAND?
varions vintages, la ., i (); ?
Eighth casks 1 "
Cases of one dosen bottles eachi/,-' ''
JP AIR, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARS"
. MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale, Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS..,
V , ' VT*_ MOKD?OAIACO.
A IJ K I B K A LE.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bar, ofler for
sale an invoice of "Falkirk" ALE, landing dlrecit
from Glangow, tn Pinta. MORDECAI > CO.
poRTo RICO MOLASSES;
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay. offer fdr
rale Choice Porto Rico MOLASSES, in strong
packages. MORDECAI A CO. |
RIME WHITE CORN. .
MORDECAI A co., No. no East Ray, offer for
sale Prime White CORN, In new Backs. :\
_,_ ;. MORDECAI AGO. ,
^DAMANT ?NB.;: 0A, N.D L E S,
looo packages Adamantine CANDLES for Bala
by . MORDE GAI A CO. <
- feM3-amos_"? ? - m' ?
QHOICE HAVANA CIGARS. J
MORDECAI A CO., Na 110 Ea?; Bay, offer Tor
sale an invoice of Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di
reot from Factory in Havana. ; V
Summer Reaorjte. ^ ,
jj O T I- OB. .' '^^T
The BATTERY BATHING HOUSE, off Waite
Point Garden, has been thoroughly re. aired In
all us varions departments, and will be opened
on 13th in-tant for accommodation of Visit?n,
i ne Soda Water and Ice Cream Departments win
be under the Immediate sopermtendence of the
Proprietor. Tba .king the pnollcfor psst favors,
I would most respectlnlly solicit their patron?
age. M. M0MANMON,
?JJBW MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.
TRI WEEKLY LINE OF FOUR-HORSE COACHES
FROM GREENVILLE, S. G., TO ASHE?
VILLE, N. Ci
Leave Greenville Monday, Wedneeda? and Fri?
day at 7 A. M.
Arrive at asheville next day by 1 P. V.
Leave AB ne ville Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Arrive at Greenville next day by 7 p M.
Leaving Greenville In the morning, go through to
Flat Hock and Henderseille in daylight.
Fare to Flat Rock $6; to Abbeville $7.
ma> 3-2010 W. P. BLAIR.
HE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER A WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly. -
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'G COK,
aprt-lyr No. 20? King street,
THE STATE OF SOUTH C?R?L??T,
COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-Court of Com?
mon Pieaa-W. A. COURTENAY, for Union
Whams, et al, Plaint ins, TR. the city Council of
Charleston, Defenoants.-Order for injunction.
On bearing read the sworn complain in this ac?
tion, and the affidavit of W. R MORRIS, and on
motion of BUIST A BUIST, Plaintiff's Attorneys :
It ls ordered and adjudged that the defendants,
the City Council of Charleston, -their officers,
agents and employees, be enjoli ed aud retained
from erecting, or causing to be erected, In Hock?
ney street, In the City or Charlearon, the tank or
trough, set forth lo the complaint, for the pur?
pose of niling the same with water from the Arte?
sian v?< u, In the paid City or charleston, to be
used indiscriminately by all persons and ani?
mals lu the said ;ity, or from filing th? same With
water from said A rteslan Well or otherwise, until
the further order of the Ccu: t.
(MgneJ) R, F. GRAHAM.
May 2, 1872.
I certify that the within ls a true cony or the
original order for Injunction, or file in this office.
A. C. RICHMOND. C. C. a P.,
mays Charleston County.
Drugs ana ?Xcamnes.
W. B. WARNER ? CO.,
Offer the fallowing assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere,
Send ror Price List to Dr. H. BA ER, charleston:
Iron and Iodoform Plus, a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphorus Plus, for Impotence, Loss ot
Nerve Power, Ac.
Elixir C?nchenla Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir calisaya, Ir n and Bismuth
Elixir Oallsay*, Permed
Elixir Cailsaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcyhnla
Elixir Vaierlanate ol Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine of WUi Cherry
Ferrated Wine of Wild Cher 7
Comp. Syrup of Phosphates tor Chemical Food)
?vrup o? Hypophosphltes (ror Consumption,Bron?
chitis, AC )
Lozenges ur Pepaln and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, cutalnlng Vanilla, Tola, Ac
Elixir Taraxacum Comp. Thin ls a new and valu?
able combination of the medicinal properties
or the Dandelion, Wild Cherry ana Gentian?
associated with Aromatics. It. ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
Its medicinal virtu s, lt is u erm as a vehicle
and lor marking the bitter taste of Quinine.
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
Syrup Phosph. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia. (Alt
ken's syrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac
EUx. Vaierlanate of strychnia
Ellx. Phosph. Quinine. Iron and Strychnia (of the
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
Beer, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,,
especially serviceable tn cases ol children and
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner A Co..
manu!suture a full une or Fluid Extracts and
Sugar-coated Fills, all or 'which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, or
DB. H. BARB, Na 131 Meeting street
mcb23-DC*wemos Charleston, sfc