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: WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1872.
?--Kr. WILLUM ?. SIMMONS, Jr., ls the
travelling agent for TUE NEWS, for South
NEWS Of THE DAT.,
-Gold closed yesterday at 13}al3j.
? -The New York cotton market closed m a
? nominal condition; tplands 23$ cents.
-In Liverpool cotton closed flat and Irreg?
ular; uplands lOJalld, Orleans Hid; Eales 8000
-The Florida Senate have adopted a memo?
rial in favor of .a canal through the Gulf
States, between the Atlantic and the Great
-The New York Brutophlllst society, of
which Henry Bergh has been re-elected presi?
dent, has $22,000 in cash and $600,000 in be?
-Business in Congress is in such a state ol
forwardness as to leave little or no doubt that
AC adjournment can be finally effected four
weeks from Wednesday, the 29th instant.
-We are told that street costumes recently
sent over from Paris are made short enough
to clear the ground. Ladle) just returned from
abroad are surprised to Sud American ladles
dragging handsome silk dresses over the dirty
eldo walks ol New York.
-Francis Abt, the German composer, who
ls coming to this country to lead the great
? sender feet at St. Louis, receives in Germany a
salary of not more than twelve hundred dol?
?an. He can easily make ll twelve thousand
-The feeling among Democratic Congress?
men lo Washington towards the nominations
of the Cincinnati Convention is reported to be
rather more favorable than when the news of
the no miuatlon of Greeley and Brown was first
received. There are, however, many who
?till insist that there shall be a straight-out
Democratic ticket nominated...
-A Washington telegram says: "To-day
Justice Davis was waited on and asked If be
would accept a nomination from the Demo?
cratic Convention. The Justice did not give
a positive answer, but suggested that should
lie perm it the use of his name by the Dem??
crata it might be considered a want of good
faith alter be had permitted his name to go
before the Cincinnati Convention."
-A New York bachelor recently gave avery
gorgeous banquet to seventy-five ladles and
gentlemen, in Delmonicu's big oval room.
The immense table 'was tinned over, filled up
with moss, and stuck full of the richest flow- ?
?rs. Scallops in the flower-bed admitted the
necessary plates, and in front of each plate
was a little silvered column trimmed with
flowers, and a festoon of the same reaching
to the next pillar. Toe decorations furnished
by the florist alone cost two thousand dol?
-Dr. T. M. Bragg-, of Greenville, Ala., is
claimed to be the oldest Mason In the United
States. He was born in 1793, and Joined the
Baptist Church In 1820. He was initiated in
Spartanburg (Lodge No. 43; District, 3. C., A.
Y. M., February, 1816. He was appointed S.
W. of Eureka Lodge, No. 64, U. D., at Green?
ville, Ala., 1844, and elected and installed W.
M.,December, 184s, ui which office he served
seventeen years; was also elected Junior W.
of the Grand Lodge of Alabama, December 6,
1848. He is a healthy old mao.
-A Washington telegram says : "Just pre?
vious to the departure of General Sickles for
Spain to demand the release of Dr. Howard,
the President applied tb the house committee
on foreign relations, to obtain a modification
Ofthe act of July, 1868, so as to enable him to
declare war against Spain without the advice
and consent of Congress, in case Howard's re?
lease was refused. The proposition was
promptly and unanimously rejected. The
matter ls a subject of severe criticism, both in
Republican and Democratic circle?."
-The trade troubles in Chicago still con?
tinue. There have been repeated strikes for
Increase of wages and a further advance of
from 60 cents to $1 50 a day is nov demanded,
raising the pay ot laborers to $2 59 a day, ot
carpenters to ft 50 a day, ot bricklayers to
$5 50 a day, and of stonemasons to $6 a day.
The plasterers, who struck very recently, have
obtained an advance of wages to $5 a day. It
ls farther reported that on May 15th a grand
co-operative strike of all thetcades will take
place to effect the reduction of the period of
labor to eight hours a day.
. -"Jennie June" is authority for the infor?
mation that hooped skirts are now no longer
worn, but the tournure ls now an object ot the
very greatest Importance, as the entire char?
acter of the costume depends upon the more
or less bouffant style of the tunic, and its
proper arrangement over a fitting bustle, or
more correctly, tournure. The number and
variety, therefore, of new bustles and tour?
nures ls endless, and, in the meantime, girls
whose pocket money is scanty, draw a news?
paper upon a string and try to counterfeit the
required lump without more expenditure
than ls require J for the daily Intellectual feast
ofthe average American citizen.
-? Washington telegram of Sunday says:
"A special conference which was held at the.
State Department yesterday between the Pres?
ident; secretary of State, and Messrs. Harlan,
Patterson and Morton, of the Senate, and
General Banks, of the House committee on
foreign affairs, on the correspondence over the
consequential claims feature of the American
case, shows that while England has not abso?
lutely rejected the proposition made by ibis
government io settle the matter outside ofthe
Geneva board, she does not exactly see how a
settlement ls to be accomplished to bi made
binding between the two governments, ex?
cept by a supplemental treaty, or in some
lorna not yet proposed. In other words, Great
Britain does not concede that the United
States withdraws the indirect damage claim*
irom all negotiation. The question as to
whether this government will adhere to or
absolutely abandon such claims, therefore,
remains an open one, and the prospect of the
success of the treaty is not so bright as lt
-A Washington dispatch says: "The na?
tional Democratic executive committee will
meet la New York City ou Wedoesda;
olde wheo and where the National Den
Convention shall meet. According
present understanding, St. Louis \
seieoted, and as an earlier day is sp
now than heretofore urged, lt ls quite
We that the 26th of June will be
Some of the members of the comm.itt
In Washington will advocate t'aatd
committee from the St. Lou s Board ol
and a committee representing the cltl
St Louis will visit New York, to advoc
claims or their city tor the conventloi
principal objection wbl'jh has been
against St. Louis hus, developed Bli
nominations ot' the Cincinnati Conv
and lt comes from such Democrats as
posed to taking t?.ny step that looks llb
operation with that convention, or ti
so url Liberal movement which origin
It is Insisted from those quarters 1
Democratlo Convention should be so
as to be free from such an Influence,
this objection has weight and anothei
ls named, Baltimore will doubtle:
The Voice or the South.
The Democratic National Com
meets in New York to-day. We tru?
in its deliberations doe weight will 1
corded to the public sentiment and r
able expectation of that section wh
the past, bas been so steadfast and s
erful an ally of the party. To us
, South, the action of the National Dem
must either bring joy and confidence
the assurance of speedy relief from the
of onr troubles, or else prolong indef
the reign of anxious doubt and flt
misgovernment. If there be any pori
the Democracy who have the right t
ject to Mr. Greeley, as a life-long anta,
of their cherished political views, it ii
tainly the white people of the Soc
States. If there be any whom snf
and wrong and relentless persecution
entitled to a hearing, when the qnestl
staking their fate upon the doubtful foi
of a triangular contest is raised, it ii
same people. And we but give expre
to the unanimous sentiment in South
lina, and, as far as we can judge, in th
tire South, when we urge and entreat
Democratic friends throughout the Nor
sink for the moment all personal preji
and party pride, and give the death-blo
National Corruption and Sectional Hal
a prompt, generous and hearty endorsei
of the nomination of honest Ho
The Negro Population.
The statistics contained In the re po
the United States census for 1870 do
confirm the common opinion that tbei
likely to be a steady flow of the colored j
pie to this State. 4Time enough has
elapsed to determine the law of their mc
ment; still, it is interesting to study
Agares, and to me them to check oar ti
ries. The first table given below shows
percentage of gain in the entire negro pc
lation of the Southern States for the dec
from 1850 to 1860:
1860. 1850. per cen
Texas.182,921 58,588 213
Arkansas.... 111,259 47,708 133
Florida. 62,677 40.242 56
Mississippi... 437,404 310,806 41
Louisiana. ...350,373 262,271 34
Missouri.118,503 90,040 31
Alabama.437,770 345,109 27
Georgia.465.698 384.613 21
Tennessee....283.019 245,881 15
N. Carolina. ..361,522 316,012 15
Kentucky....236,167 220,992 7
Delaware.... 21,627 20,363 6
8. Carolina.. .412.320 393,944 5
Virginia.548,907 526,862 4
Maryland... .171,131 165,091 4
D. Columbia.. 14,316 13,746 4
The second table shows the loss or gt
.of negro population for the decade frc
I860 to 1870:
1870. 1860. percent.
D. Columbia.. 43,494 14,316 207
Florida.. 91,689 62,677 46
Texas.253,475 182,921 33
Georgia.545,142 465,698 17
Tennessee....322,331 283,019 14
Alabama... ..475.510 437,770 9
Arkansas.... 122,169 111,259 9
N. Carolina. ..391,650 361.522 8
Delaware .... 22,794 21,627 5
Louisiana....364,210 350,373 4
Maryland.175,391 171,131 2?
Mississippi... 444.201 437,404 ?
8. Carolina... 415,814 412,320 j
Missouri.118,071 118,503 i loss
Kentucky....222,210 230,167 2 loss
Virginia.530.821 548,907 3? loss
The third table shows the gain of neg)
population ia some of the Northern Stat?
from 1860 to 1870:
1870. 1860. per cent.
Iowa. 5,762 1,069 436
Illinois.28.702 7,628 270
Indiana.24,560 11,423 115
Michigan....11,849 6,799 74
Ohio.63.213 36,763 73
Mass.13,947 9,602 45
New Jersey..30,658 25,318 21
Penn.65,294 56,919 15
New York...52,031 49,005 6
It is a current speculation that the ne
groes will flock to the States where they ar
already in the majority, and South Care
lina, Florida, Mississippi and Louisiana ar
named as States which will probably be
come distinctively negro States. How i
this view confirmed by the censas of 1870
The gain in Florida was 46 per cent ; but ii
1 *tb.e previous decade it was 56 per cent
Louisiana, which gaiued 34 per eeut. ii
1860, gains only 4 per cent in 1870; Missis
sippi, which gained 41 per cent, in 1860
gains only 1? per cent, in 1870, and Soutl
Carolina, which gaiued 5 per cent ia 1860
gains only j per cent, in the next decade
Florida was outside of the seat of active
war. and a?lorded a refuge for the coloree
people. This may account for her gain;
but the gains of Louisiana, Mississippi and
South Carolina have fallen respectively to
4), Ik and i per cent, although the average
increase of the entire negro population, for
the same period, was 12 per cent. It is
true that the colored populations of the
three States last named suffered severely
during the war, and that the mortality
amongst them has been heavy Bincethe war;
but, if there had been any considerable mi?
gration to those States during the ten years
ending in 1870, the result would have been
very different Nor does the censaa show
that '??ere has been any considerable move?
ment from the North to the old slave States.
The third table indicates that the increase
in the more accessible of the Northern
States is very much greater than the aver?
age gain in the whole country.
In a general way, the Becond table proves
that the movement of the negro population
bas taken a Northern as well as a Southern
direction; but it is difficult to say what
changes are even now in progress. During
tho lost two years there has been, it is be?
lieved, a steady flow of colored people to
Mississippi, and it is hardly to be doubted
that the next census will show that there
has been considerable emigration from this
State. One great danger is that South
Carolina may lag behind in the work of re?
forming her government, in which case the
temptation to move in this direction may be
stronger than the attraction of higher wages
farther South. Even so, however, it is open
for consideration whether the new comers
would not be the few aspiring colored men
who envy the Elliotts and Whippers who
have obtained a prominent position here,
rather than the laborers who depend upon
the general prosperity of a State for their
rate of wages and the security of their earn?
ings. A more imminent peril is that the
continuance of a corrupt and tyrannical
government may drive the white people
away; in which event the relative strength
of the negroes would be proportionately in?
creased. And this resnlt can only be avoid?
ed by seizing every opportunity which pre?
sents itself of making any change for the
better, however slight, in the character of
our public officers. This is? as necessary to
the well-being of the colored people as to
that of the whites. If Sooth Carolina were
to lose ber white population, it would be im?
possible for the colored laborers to obtain
even the comforts which now are theirs, and
any improvement in their condition would
be oat of the question.
We do not. pretend to say that the statis?
tics of the census of 1870 are conclusive.
They are, however, true as Tar as they go,
and they show that from 1860 to 1870 the
increase in the colored population of this
State was only | per cent. ; while the aver
' age gain, throughout the United States, was
12 per cent., and the natural increase should
be, for the same period, about 15 per cent
Up to 1870, at all events, there was no move?
ment of colored people to Sooth Carolina;
and it is highly probable that thousands
were lost oy emigration to the far South.
FALSE THEORIES OVER?
THROWN.-We live under a new medical ?Upen
satlon, very diff?rent from tbat under which so
many of our forefathers died. The sick are no
longer bled till they faint, nor gorged with mer?
cury, nor prostrated with violent cathartics, nor
blistered on their shaven heads. Ever since the
Introduction Of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS, twenty years ago, renovation and restora?
tion, not depletion and prostration, hare been
the watchwords or the judicious portlen of the
profession. The remarkable success of this
famous vegetable preventive, tn vigoran t and cor?
rective, has wo; ked a complete revolution in the
general treatment of disease. At first the dog
malle members of the faculty would not believe
in lt. "What l" they exclaimed, "core liver com?
plaint without mercury, chronic rn eu racism
without Colchicum, fever and ague without qui?
nine ! Impossible !" But the most obstinate in?
credulity must yield lu the end to practical de?
monstration. Fi om that time to me present dys?
pepsia, biliousness, intermittent levers, muscular
diseases, nervous complaints and constipation
have vanished under the operation C the great
specific, lu at least niiety per cent, of the cases
in which it has been, need as a remedy for mose
ailments, while as a preventive of all maladies
generated by change of climate, Budden revulsions
or temperature, epidemic poison In the atmos?
phere, end unwholesome water, its beneficial
effects have been BO obvious and uniform as to
secure the moat perfect confidence In Its proper?
ties as an antidote, safeguard and cure.
i G E N C Y
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
GEN. JOHN B. GORDON,.President.
ASSETS January 1st, 1871.$1,241,017 40-100.
The undersigned having been recently appoint?
ed Agent tor Charleston of the ab uve Company,
would Invite the attention of his friends and the
public generally to a few arguments in Its favor.
It is a purely Southern Company, and invests all
its accumulations at the South. It ls ably man?
aged and has a large capital. It does business on
the cash system only, and at rates as low as any
other sound Company in the Country.
t? LO. id. COFFIN,
Agent for Charleston, s. C.,
apr'.S-mwflmo North Atlantic Wharf.
|LIFE .INSURANCE COMPANY
PRINCIPAL OFFlOE, MACON, QA.
The above Company bas appointed the under,
slgued Agents for the State of South Carolina,
under the firm name of ABNEY A PARKER, Otfice
in Columbia. As Sub-Agent, they have secured
the services or M .. WILSON GLOVER for the City
of Charleston, with authority to take risks In any
part of the State.
The above named Company ls rapidly increas?
ing in numbers and lu financial strength, posses?
sing now a large surplus fund of $176 to every
$ioo of liability, with other peculiar Inducements.
To those desirous or making good and safe invest?
ments at home, lt commends itself.
M. W. ABNEY,
J. W. PARKER,
(Late Supt. Lunatic Asylum, Columbia, S. ." t
WILSON GLOVE?, Agent,
Office South Atlantic Whirr,
apr22-mwa3,may6,8,ll Charleston, s. C.
THE WORLD'S PEACE JUBILEE
19 the book to be used at the coming Great
Festival. It ii now in the hands or tke 20,000
singers who are to compose the choir.
Tue music was carefully selected by the Music
Committee, and the book will be a popular and
use. ul book for use in all Musical Societies, and
should be lu the hands of all In the audience at
the coliseum, lt is the very best kind of Llberetto
175 OCTAVO PAGES. PRICE 75 CENTS.
Exquisite Song and ChOru'.
TUE BEAUTIFUL DAYS THAT ARE PAST.
THE HOUR OF SINGING.
By L. O. EMERSON and W. S. TILDEN.
Has been adopted promptly, on examination,
by a large number of teachers of
For which ita happy arrangement of Theory,
Exercises, and 1,2, 3 and 4 part Songs, admirably
adapt it. Price $1.
Capital Song for Young Singers,
MAUDIE AND THE BLUE BIRD. Hackieton, 30.
The above Books and songs sent, postpaid, en
? receipt of retail price.
OLIVER DIT .SON A CO., j CH. D1TSON A CO.
Boston. I New York.
THE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
of Ur. and Mra James R. Pringle, and of their
son, JAMES R, PRINGLE, Ja., are respec tr? ll y
Invited to attend the Fanerai of the latter, at
st. Michael's Church, Tars (Wednesday) AFTER
KOON, at e o'clock. may 8
UNION KILWINNING LODGE, No.
4, A. F. M.-The Members of thia Lodge are re
pecttnlly invited to assemble THIS AFTERNOON,
at 5 o'clock, at the Ball of the Ohamber of Com?
merce, for the purpose of attending In a body the
Funeral Services or their late Brother-Member,
JA MKS R. PRINGLE, JR.
By order of the W. M. W. GEO. GIBBS,
DELTA LODGE OF PERFECTION,
Ko. 1, A. AND A. S. H.-The Members of thia
Lodge are respectfully Invited to attend the
Funeral of onr late Brother, JAMES R. PRINGLE,
Jr., at St. Michael's Church, THIS AFTERNOON, at
By order of the T. P. G. M.
CHARLES F. SAMMIS,
maj 8 _Secretary.
?S- BUIST CHAPTER, No. 1, ROSE
CROIX -The Members of this Chapter are re?
spectfully invited to attend the Funeral of our
late Brother, JAMES R. PRINGLE, Jr., at St.
Michael's Church, THIS ApraaNooN, at a o'clock.
By order M. W. M.
CHARLES F. SAMMIS,
may 8 Secretary,
JV* UNION CHAPTER, No. 3, B. A. M.
The Officers and Members of Onion Chapter, Ko.
8, R. A. M., are requested to attend the Funeral of
their late Companion, J. R. PRINGLE, Jr.. at st.
Michael's Church, THIB AFTERNOON, at 6 o'clock.
By order M. E. H. P.
may 8 CHAS. PENNAL, Secretary.
?kW CHARLESTON CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE.-The me x bars of the Chamber are
respectfully invited to attend the Funeral Servi?
ces of their late Fellow-member, JAMES R.
PRINGLE. Ja, at St. Michael's Ohurcb, THIS AF?
TERNOON, at 6 o'clock. P. J. BARBOT,
may 8 _ Secretary.
?.-CAROLINA RIFLE CLUB.-THE
Members of the Club are requested to attend the
Funeral Services or their late brother member,
JAMES R. PRINGLE, JR., at St. Michael's Church,
Tnis AFTERNOON, at e o'clock.
THOMAS FROST, JR.,
ma; 8 Secretary.
MIXON.-Died, at the Convent of Our Lady of
Mercy, Queen atraer, .sister MART MAGDALENE
MIXON, a Dai Ive of Barnwell, aged 31 years. May
she rent In peace I
THE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT?
ANCES ol the Sisters of Mercy are respectfully
invited to attend the Fanerai Obsequies of S s ter
MARY MAGDALENE MIXON. at the Cathedral
Chapel, Tni3 MORNING, at 0 o'clock. mays
THE CHARLESTON CHARITA
BLE ASSOCIATION, for the Benefit of the Free
School Fand-Official Raffle Numbers:
CLASS NO. 481-MORNINO.
CLASS No. 402-EVENING.
As witness onr hands at Charleston this 7th
day of May, 1872.
mays Sworn Commissioners.
The best Bean ticer of the Complexion in ihe Mar
ket. Ladles try it, you will lind it so. Sample
Packages of THIS KEW AND BBA?TIF?L FACE POW?
DER, free by all druggists. DO WIE, MOISE A
DAVIS, Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. 0.
JE*-MY COAT COLLAR IS SO VERY
gn asy, I must send lt to the taler to cleanse.
Save your monty, young man, clean lt yourself
lu two minnies with the '-DOLLAR REWARD
SOAP." LOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS, Agents,
Charleston, 8. 0.
CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
SEA GDLL, from Baltimore, are hereby notified
that she ls THIS DAT discharging carge at Pier
No. 1, Un.on Wharves. All Goods not taten away
at sunset will remain on wharf at Consignees
risk. ? MORDECAI A CO.,
?Of ICE-A BRANCH OF THE MEET?
ING street Ice-Hoase will be opened on north side
of Calhoun stre t, one door east or Mee lng street,
on MONDAY, May 6th. JAMES KENT, Agent,
maye 3 Meeting street Ice-Hoase.
pa- DR. ANDERSON HAVING RE
TURNED to the city, offers bis services as Sorgeon
Dentist Dental Rooms southwest corner King
and Liberty streets. apr30
?&*BURNHAM'S SUPERIOR YEAST
POWDERS.-Having used Yeast Powder moor
families for several years, we give a decided pref?
erence above all others to that prepared by
EDWARD S. BURNHAM, Graduate of Pharmacy,
No. 42l<King street, near Calhoun street, Charles?
ton, S. C. : King Mansion Boarding House, Julius
Petsch, B. 0. Webb, George L. Holmes, George S.
Pelzer, M. D., John T. Wightman, D. D., William
Smith, Master Machinist, S. C. R. R.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF
I THE ENTERPRISE RAILROAD COMPANY.
I Your attention ls hereby called to the following
Resolution, id pted at a meeting of the Directors
held on tue 28th ultimo :
Resolved, That an assessment of TWENTY PER
CENT, be, and ls hereby, made upon the Capital
Stock of the Company, payable In four equal
monthly Instalments, beglnniog on the 1st day of
May ensuing. WILLIAM MCKINLAY,
maj6-mwf Secretary and Treasurer.
Happy relier for Young Men from the etCectb
of Errors and Abases In early ure. Manhood re?
stored. Nervous debility cured. Impediments
to Marriage removed. New method or treat
ment. New and remarkable remedies. Books
and Circulan) sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 2 South
Nlntti street, Philadelphia. Pa. octl2
last ano Sonnt._
L^TT?^LACOTAND TAN TERRIER;
answers to the name of "Rock." The
uuuer win bu rewarded, by leaving the same at
No. 41 Hasel street._may8-l
LOST, A BROWN ALPACA UMBREL?
LA, with an Iron stick and bamboo nandle.
I Tue lader w.ll be rewarded on leaving the same
at this office. may 7
JUoT ARRIVED AND FOR SALE, A
lot of Cows and Calves at HUNT'S WAGON
\RD. King htreettenear Line._maya-i*
FOR SALE. A TWO STORY AND A
Half HOUSE, NO. 145 coining street. Apply
at the premises to F. G. MICHEL. ma)6-mwi6?
VEGETABLE CRATES FOR SALE
low at Builders' Depot No. 94 Church street,
three doors north of Broad. E. M. GRiMKfc.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
auuatthe bhortest notice. Also a lew good se
oond-haad Machines for sale, very low. J. L.
LUNSKoRD. Smith street, north of Wentworth.
ALOT OF FINE BROKE MULES FOR
saie at WEST'S S-ABLES. Queen street,
between Friend and Mazyck streets. ms56-4?
BOAT FOR SALE-A FAST SAILING
CAT BOAT, coppered and copper listened,
lu excellent co idltfcM, for sale. Apply northeast
corner of Queen and State streets. maye o?
tIRST-CLASS MOLES AND HORSES,
lust received at Kentucky Mule Lot, King
street, low for cash or city acceptance. K OAK
MAN. maj 6i*
BAND T ODEN A MB N T
STEAM FIRE DEPARTMENT,
MAT 8th, 1872.
Companies will assemble at the Citadel Square,
at 8 o'clock A. M. precisely, whare the Line will
be formed according to Charter, under the direc?
tion of Messrs. M. H. Nathan, R M. Alexander, C.
P. A im ar, F. L, O'Neill and ?. M. Strobel, and who
will then take charge and officiate during the day
In the same manner aa on the last occasion.
The programme of May, 1871, will be carried
ont with additional regulations, wo ich will be
furnished each Company on thc morning of the
Citizens are requested to keep on the sidewalks
daring the Parade. E. H. SPARKMAN,
Chairman Commute Arrangements.
EAGLE STEAM FI BE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-You are hereby summoned to as?
semble at your Englne-House THIS (Wednes?
day) MORNING, the 8th instant, at 7 o'clock, In
iml uniform, (white pants) to attend the Tourna?
By order. ARTHUR M. OOHES".
may8_Secretary E. 3. F. E. Co.
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Yon are hereby a nm m on ed to as?
semble at your tnglna lieuse, in fu 1 uniform,
Tnis MOSSING, at 7 o'clock precisely, to par?
ticipate in the Annual Tournament of the Steam
By order of President BARKLEY.
may8_GEO. A. CALDEK, Secretary.
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
You are hereby summoned to appear at
nie Engine-Unuse; THIS MORNING, at 7 o'clock
precisely. In full uniform, (white pants.) to par?
ticipate iu the Tournament or the Steam Fire De?
partment. By order. WM. G. MILLER,
WASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPASY-Yon are hereby summoned
toaj pear at the EDglue-House, THIS MORNING, at
7 o'clock, In lull Ooliorm, tu participate In the
Tournament of the Steam Fire D..-par;meat. By
order. C. H. SOHW1NU, Secretary.
m ay 8_
PIONEER STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY OF AXMKN.-Assemble at your En
glne-House, THIS (Wednesday) MORNING, at 7
o'clock, in foll Uniform, to participate in the
Parade and Tournament of Steam Fire Depart?
B? order President A.T. SMYTHS.
may8-?_J. W. M o'v N KY, Secretary.
PHOENIX STEAM FIRE COMPANY.
Assemble THIS DAT, at 7 o'clock A. M., at
y ? ur EntMne-Houxe, lo full Uniform, for Parade.
By order of the President.
maye_B. J. HOWLAND, JR , Secretary.
ATTENTION, PALMETTO STEAM FIRE
ENGINE COMP ?.NY.-Assemble ar, your
bugine-House, THIS MORNING, at 7 o'clock pre?
cisely, in In 1 Uniform, Black Pants, to participate
in the Firemen's Tournament. All Honorary at,d
Contributing members are respectfully lnvlt.d to
By order of the President.
EUGENE A. ROYE,
may 8_Secretary P. 8. F. E. Co.
a?TNA STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
/Ti PANT.-Yon are hereby summoned to as
seuiD.e at your Engine House, la Full Uniform, at
7o'clock A.M., pr cl8ely, to participate la the
Annual Tournament of the Steam Fire Depart
Honorary and Contributing Members are cor?
dially In vi t- d.
By order of President EDWD. WILLIS.
HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY, No.
2.-A pp - ar at Track House. In roll Uniform,
at 7 o'clock, for Escort Parade,
tty o- uer of Foreman. JOHN BURKE,
KOF P.-PALMETTO LODGE, No. L
. Begnlar Semi-Monthly Communication
To-.MO HT, at half-past 7 o'clock. Tue rank of
Knight will be conferred. By order of W. C.
mays_J. H. KENDALL. W. R.S.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-A MEETING OF
THE GENERAL COMMITTEE STATE SU%.
M . Y >ciiUOL CONVENTION will be bold THIS
EVSNING, at 8 o'clock, tn the Hall of the Young
* en's Christian Association, AB this ls the last
Mee lng before the Convention, all the Committee
and all interested are earnestly requested to at
teni. J. BAUHMAN HASKELL,
DIOCE8AN CON VENTION.-THE
Eighty-second Annual Convention of the
Protestant Episcopal Church In the Diocese ol
Sooth Carolina, will meet In St. Philip's Church,
TO-MOKHOW, May 9th. Divine Service a' io o'clock
A. M. JNO. D. McCOLLOUGB,
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK?
HOLDERS or CHE RAW AND SALISBURY
RAILROAD COMPANY will be held at Cher .w, 3.
C., on WEDNESDAY, the 15th May, at ll o'clock A.
M. J. H. MCIVER,
Secretary and Tre.surer.
Cheraw, S. C., April 28, 1872. may i-w3
WANTED, A STEADY WAlTiNGMAN.
R?f?rences required. Apply at north?
west corner of King and Morris streets.
WANTED, A CLERK IN A WHOLE?
SALE and Retail Grocery Store, one wlih
some experience preferred. Address "Grocer"
to this office._may6-mw2?
WANTED, A MAN AND WIFE AS
Waiter and Washer, for a small family.
Apply before 9 A. M., and between 8 and 6 P. M., at
No. 6 Legare street._ma; 7-2*
WANTED, BY A WHITE WOMAN
Ameilean-a situation to cook and wash.
Good recommendations given it required. Apply
at this office._may7-2?
WANTED, AN INTELLIGENT LAD.
fourteen or fifteen years old, In a Retail
Apothecary Store. Address H, m own hand
writing, through Poatofflce._may8-8*
WANTED, TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House in the central or western
part or the etty. Address "Q, " at this office, stat?
ing location, terms, Ac. reb8
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that thajfthoapeat and best warranted
Sewing Machi ne rathe mamet ts the HOME SHUT?
TLE, price $26 and $37. Can be seen at the Gene
rat Agency, No. 255 King street, corner Beanfaln
street- T. L BjggELU_Janl2-flmoa
TTY ANTED, A SOUTHERN LADY TO
Yr teach m a family. Oue required compe?
tent to teach the higher branches of English,
Music and Drawing. Reference aa to competen?
cy and character required. Address Dr. A. H.
JOHNSON, Bamberg P. o., South Carolina Rail?
road. Information can be nad from Messrs.
PKLZER, RODGERS A CO., or K.L. HALLEY,
Charleston, g. 0._mchl3
Island.-A small family desires to obtain
board for the summer. Apply at this office.
?o flem, fi
Hoi>E and Store, No. 340 King street. Also
that very fine Sommer Residence, with extensive
varden. No. 1 Lucas street. Apply io M. e. C. H.
BERNARD, No. 840 Klug ttrett._may8
TO RENT, TWO COMFORTABLE FRONT
Rooms, with use cf kitchen, ir necessary.
Good cistern aod well on the premises. Apply at
Np. 67 Anson street, near caihonu. maya-wf2
TO RENT, A PLEASANTLY LOCATED
House and good kitchen ; all in good omer.
Apply at No. 33 Cannon street._may 8-1?
TD RENT, A LARGE AND COMMO
DloUS HOUSE la. society stree , between
Meeting and King streets, containing tentqaare
rooina; also, oue dressing room, one linen room,
oue bath room, pant y and tank room, with
water-works running through the house. Also,
kitchen, wash-room and ave beu-rooms, car?
riage h-?use and stables. The house has gas nx
lures and chandeliers. The above house would
be suitable fur a dr,t.clas4 boarding house or
school. The rent will be moderate to an approv?
ed tenant, who will keep the house in repair.
Apply at No. 60 Society street, at 6 o'clock.
TO RENT, HOUtE No. 315 EAST BAY.
Apply to A. JOHNSON, corner John and
Elizabeth sireets. may6-mw2.
TO RENT, 3 ROOMS AND KITCHEN.
Water on same floor; convenient to Post
office; rent moderate. Apply at No. 67 Eaat
Bay._may 7 6?
T" 0 RENT, No. 8 RUTLEDGE bTRKJfiT,
Immediately opposite ihe Mali, 'ihat de.
l.nhtruijy situ?t'd TWO AND A HALF STOnY
Wu ii EN RESIDENCE, with elated roof, coo tain.
lng six rooms, oesldes attica, two ?tory double
kitchen, with store room, carriage house and
stahl -, two nice lathed and plastered tooms over
carriage bouse, a large cistern, gas and fixtures
tbiougnout ihe house, ihe entire place In nice or .
der. Apply on the premises, or to JOHN F.
O'NEILL, No. 167 East Bay. mayl-w
RAND SACRED CONCERT
ST. HART'S CHURCH,' HASEL STREbT,
THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 9,1872.
Mrs. BAR60T respectfully announces that the
SACRED CONCERT tendered her hy some ot the
best magical talent of the city trill take place nu?
der her direction next THURSDAY EVENING, with
1. Trio-For two Fletes, with Organ accompani
2. Gloria-Pall chorus-Haydn.
3. Holy Mother-Soprano and Tenor-Wallace.
4. Charity-Soprano Solo, with chorus or female
6. Oh. God, Have Mercy-Bass Solo-Mendels
6.1 Waited for the Lord-Soprano Solo, Duett
7. Trio-For Flutes, with Organ accompani?
8. Let Tay Loving Mercy-Trio-Son th ard.
B. Thou, Lord, Art my Hope-soprano and
Tenor >o:os and Chorus-Millard.
10. Salve Marta-Soprano Polos-Rtzzo.
IL Et Incarnatus (by special request)-Trio-Mer
12. The Heavens are Telling-Full Chorus-Haydn.
TICKETS OF ADMISSION, (l. To be had at
the following places: Holmes's Book Store, cor?
ner King and Wentworth streets; Mr. J. B. Read,
King street; Messrs. Melchera A Moller, King
street; Mr. G. W. Almar, corner King and Van
derhorsts streets; Mr. H. Siegiing, Music Store,
Beanfain street; Mr. C. Lltschgi, East Ray, near
Broad street; Messrs. Walker, Evans k Cogswell,
No. 3 Broad street; Mr. A. 0. Barbot, Druggist,
Broad street, near Church street.
The Concert will commence at 8 o'clock P. M.
? al HS otites.
NOTICE -ALL PERSONS HAVING
Claims against the Estate of EDM1 >ND H.
TV KRELL, of St. Thomas Pansh, will present trie
same properly attested, and those Indebted will
make payment to J. B. W. PHILLIPS,
At Messrs. Mc Loy k Rice,
may8-w3 Corner Kl g and Hasel streets.
"VTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
IA Application will be made to the Planters'
aud Mech mles' Bank for the Renewal of the fol?
lowing CERTIFICATES OF sTOUK..the Originals
having been lost: 16,250, 14,614 and
mays-wo*_R. PRESS t-MiTH.
STATE OF SOU IH CAROLINA COUN?
TY OF BARNWhLL.-OO'irt of Common
Pleas.-VAN M. FITCH, flarntlff, against ISAAC
MEYER, OTIS L. COOK. JOHN GILMORE and
ISAAC B. HEWITT, Defendants.-summonB for
Money Demand-Complaint not served.-To
ISAAC MEYER, OTIS L. COOK, JOHN GILMORE
and ISA-vc B. HEWITT. Defendants above named:
Yon are hereby summoned ai d required lo
answer the complaint In this action, whloh ls
filed lu the office of the Clerk of the Court of Com?
mon Pleu, at Blackville, in the County of Barn?
well, in the state of south Caro ina. and serve a
copy of your answer on the subscriber, at bis
office on Laurens street, in the Town of Aiken,
Sooth Carolina, within twenty days after the ser
vice of this eum nons on you, exclusive of the
day of service. If yon fall to answer the com?
plaint within that tune, the plaintiff will take
judgment against you for the sum of one hun?
dred and six i y-seven dollars and forty cents, and
Dated at Aiken, South Carolina, thia 26th day
of April, 1872. G. W. CROFT,
Plaintiff's Attorney, Aiken, 8. c.
To the D?fendants ISAAC MEYER, OTIS, L.
COUK, JOHN GILMORE and ISAAC E. HEWITT :
Take notice that the complaint la this action'(to
gether.with the summons, ef which the foregoing
ls a copy,) was flied in the office of the Clerk or
the Court sf Common Pleas, at Blackville, lu the
County of Barnwell. In the State of South Caro 1
na, on the 7th day of May, 1872.
G. W. CROFT,
ALL PERSONS HAVING DEMANDS
against the Estate Of ELIAS GARDEN, late
ol Chat leaton, S. C., will please present their ac?
counts, properly attested, to the subscriber, and
all person3 indebted to said Estate will please
make payment to Bame.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-Court of Com
n.on Pleas.-W. A. COURTENAY, for Union
Wharvrs, et al. Plaintiffs, vs. the city council of
Charleston, Defendants.-Order for Injunction.
On hearing read the sworu c?mplala. In this Bo?
llon, and the affidavi' of W. R. MORRIS, and on
monun ur BUisr dc BUIST, Plaintiff's Attorneys :
It ls ordered and adjudged that the defendaots,
the City Council of Charleston, their officers,
sgents and employees, be enjoli ed and retained
from erecting, or causing to be erected, In Plnck
ney street, in the city of Charleston, the tank or
trongb, set forth In the complaint, for the pur?
pose of niling the Bame with water from the Arte?
sian Well, in the said City of Charleston, to be
rn-ed Indiscriminately by all persons and ani?
mals in the said city, or from flu .ng the same with
water from said Artesian Well or otherwise, unt li
the further order of the tioait.
(Mgned) R. F. GRAHAM.
May 2, 1872.
I certify that the within ls a true copy of the
original order for Injonction, of Ole In this office.
A. 0. RICHMOND. 0. C. 0. P.,
maya Charleston County.
Copartnerstjips ant Chssolntiono.
Copartnership heretofore existing under the
firm name of GfcO. W. WILLIAMS * CO.. Charles?
ton, S. C., and WILLIAMS, BIRNIE A CO., New
York, has been dissolved on account of the death
of Mr. JAMES H. TAYLOR.
The business of the late Arm will be continued
by the surviving partner J.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS, 1 Bn-VlM
WILLIAM B KNIE,
JU?. R. ROBERTaON,) T"?ers.
Charleston, S. C., May 1, 1872.
We have this day associated with us as part?
ners In our Charleston and New York Houses,
JAMES BRIDGE, Jr., FRANK E. TA?LOR and
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.
Charleston, S. C., May 1,1872.
mHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
X existing ander the firm name of BALL,
BLACK A CO, ls this day dissolved by mutual
consent. Either partner will sign in settlement,
of the business. -
(Signori) HENRY BALL.
? EBEN'R MONROE.
March 1, 1872. WM. D. BLACK,
In announcing the above dissolution, BALL,
BLACK A CO. Inform their friends and the public
that they intend to close out their entire stock
with as little delay as possible, and at prices that
will be an Inducement for all tu purchase from
They have also a very large stock of unset
Stones-Diamonds, Emeralds, Rubles, Cameos,
Ao.-which they will set, to order, at unusually
low rates. Their manufactory fur Silverware
will be continued to enable them to meet any de?
mands In that line. No. 666 and 667 BROADWAY,
New York. JalylS-lyr
S ero in g iliac I] ines.
rp HE NEW TMTP^"V?D
WHEELER ct WILSON *
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior Machines
on Tea Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER k WILSON MANOF'U CO.,
aprs-iyr No. 209 King street.
IJlHE UNEQUALLED MACHINE. ~
The HOME SHUTTLE uses the Straight Needle,
makes the lock stitch, (alike on both sides,) bas
self-adjusting tension, and ls the only first class
low price sewing M ichlne tn the market adapted
for every variety or mewing from muslins to
heaviest cloths. Price $26 ard $37.
Agents wanted. Send stamp for circular and
sample of Sewing. T. L. BISSELL,
Janll-fmwemo Charleston, s. 0.
Notices in jBankrnp.rtj.
A~lisrGr^ OF APPOINT?
MENT.-IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UMTED STATES, FOR THE EASTERN DIS?
TRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-In the matter oil
EDWTN L. KERRISON ann HERMAN LEIDIN'O,
Copartners m Trade as KERRISON A LEIDING,
Bankrupts.-In Bankrup'cy -To whi m lt may
concern: The undersigned Hereby nivea notice or
his appointment as Assignee of EDWIN L KER?
RISON and HKKMAN LKllMNQ, Cot artners afore?
said, or the C ty of Charleston, In the County of
Charleston, and State or South Carolina, within
sa d District, who have been adjudged Bankrupts
upon their own petition, by the District court of
Dated at Charleston, the 30th day of April, A.
(Signed) CHARLES KERRISON.
Q&rottxitM, t?qaotBt &t.
Q L A B E T C OB SS.
200 gross Claret CORKS of superior quality. ^
For sale by w. H. CH AI-EE * CO.,
may8-2_No.,207 East Bay.
-?ACON, FBOUB, LARD AND HAY.
80,000 pounds Dry 8a't O. R. BACON
60,000 pounds Smoked 0. R. Bacon
300barrels Floor-Family, Extra Soper'
and Fi >e . /
100 barrels Family Leaf Lard . ?
200 bales Tlmotby Hay.
Jost received and lor ?ale by .. ?l?lT
GEO. W. WILLIAMS ? 00., -
may6-6_Noa. 1 and 3 Hayne street.
JgALTl SALTI SALTI-: , , r
600tacks Liverpool s*LT for sale, at $1 per
sack, to close consignment, by 1 l~
? HENRY CARD, I
apr22_Accommodation Wharf. ?
?)A QUARTER CASKS FINE SHERRY
JU\J WINES, RECEIVED PER BRIG
L. F. MANSON, FROM CADIZ.
.' . . :?'J r
(Soper Brown '
super Golden m
Vino de Pasto
Which we oller at lo w prices. - .
may4-amw4 KL1N0K, WICKENBERQ A-CO.
QOGNAG AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, ns" U. S. BONDED. STORES.
A. TOBIAS' BONS, No. 110 EAST'BAY,
offer for sale from C. & Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY
various vintages, la
Fifth casks .
Eighth casks . ,
Gasea of one dosen bottles each; ! ..
J1 AIR, PB IMG AND CHOICE SUGARS:
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO. I
~P A L K I ll K A L E .
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, oder for
sale an ki voice of "Falkirk" ALE, landing dlreot
from 0Lai-gow, in Pinta. MORDECAI A CO.
pORTO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A co., Na ito East Bay. oiler for 1
sale Choice Porto Elco MOLASSES, in strong ,
packages._ MORDECAI A CO. .
T)RIME WHITE C?BN.V ;.
MORDECAI A CO., Na no "East Bay, offer for
sale Prime White CORN, in new sacks. u
_MORD BO AI A CO. .
looa packages Adamantine CANDLES tot 'sato'
by , MORDECAI A COi ;
feb28-6moa_ ., ' ,,, ., . .
/CHOICE HAVANA CIGARS. . :t
MORDECAI A CO., Na 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an Invoice ot Choice HAVANA CIGARS, di. >
rect from Factory m Havana. ?? ? ? .-. ..., ,r
QNE THOUSAND DOLLARS WANTED? i
On Bond and Mortgage on Real Estate, in
Orangeburg Comity, worth fifteen times, the .
amount. Large interest will be paid. Address
DUTiONS A LEGARE,
Attorneys at Law
msys-S Oracgeburg, 8. C.
jjpW MAIL ABBANGEMEt^ *f ":
TRI WEEKLY LINE OF FOUR-HORSE COACHES
FROM GREENVILLE, S. C., TO ASHE?
VILLE, N. C.,
Leave Greenville Monday, Wednesday and Fri?
day at 7 A. M.
Arrive at Asheville next day by 1 P. M.
Leave Asheville Monday, Wednesday and Friday
1 P. M. ''
Arrive at Greenville next day by 7 P M.
Leaving Greenville In the morning, go through to
Flat Rnck and Henderson\ Hie in daylight.
Fare to Flat Rock $6; to Asheville $7.
may 3 2mo W. P. BLAIR.
Black Walnut Enamelled Refrigerators
Bogorth's Patent Freezing REFRIGERATORS
Water Coolers, all sizes, from 2 to 8 gallons.
For sale low by C. GR?VELE Y,
No. 62 cast Bay, south of the Post?nico.
2gQ ELLERBEE^ TRANSPLANT?
AT $3 60 EACH.
S. R. MARSHALL A CO., *d
No. 814, corner King and Sooiety streets,
Praga ano Mtbxtirite.
Q_ J. L ? H N, '
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
?0. 460 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now in Stock of my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Patter's Cold Cream?
English Dalby's Carminative, British Oil, Roche's
Embrocation and chiorodyne.
TILDEN A CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS,
Pharmaceutical Pr?parations, Sugar-coated
Fills, Aa AOXNT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT IOS SOUTH CAROLINA FOI
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical instruments and Goods of foreign man
ufactare imported to order.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em?
bracing all New Remedies. ?
A fun assortment of Trasses and Bandages al?
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS 0? BJ pounded,
with accuracy day or night. Janiowfmlr
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREPA?
W. E. WARNER ?7 CO.*
OF PHILADELPHIA, . s
Offer the Mowing assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charleston:.
Iron and lodoform Pills, a powerful Alterative
and Tonic *"
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for Impotence, Loss oil
Nerve Power, Ac.
Elixir Cine hon la Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, lr. n and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferrated
Elixir Ca.laaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and strcyhnla
Elixir Vaierlanate of Ammonia,
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine of WU i Cherry
Ferrated Wine of wild Cherry
comp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
ay rup of Hypophusphltes (for Consumption, Bron?
chitis, Ac )
Lozenges of Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, cutalnlng Vanilla, Tola, Aa
Elixir Taraxacum comp. ThN is a new and vain*
able combination of the medicinal propertlea
of the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian,,
associated with Aroma: les. It ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside fro m
Ita medicinal virtues, it is u -eral as a vehicle-'
and for marking the bitter taste of Quinine.
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
Syrup Phoepa. Q.ilnlue, Iron and Strychnia. (Alt
ken's cyropi for Debility and Nervous Pros- -
trat on, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Aa
Eux. Vaierlanate of strychnia
Ellx. Pho-pn. Quinine. Iron and Strychnia (of the -
greatest service where there U a tendency to
Beef, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable In cases of children and "
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner A Ca
manufacture a full Une of Fluid Extracts anay
Sugar-coated Pills, ail or which are to be had at .
Manufacturer's Prices, of
DB. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street,
mch23-j3CAW6mo8 Charleston, 8.0,?