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TUESDAY, MAX 14, 1872.
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NEWS OE THE DAT.
-Gold was quoted at 13| and heavy at noon,
in New York, yesterday.
-The New York cotton market#Joeed quiet;
uplands 23|, Orleans 244 cents; sales 419 bahrs.
-In Liverpool cotton Closed ?rmer; uplands
16?d, Orleans ll jd; sales 12,000 bales.
-A new journal ?si lc Innovation ls about to
be made, In the shape o? a London daily pa?
per, to be Issued exactly at noon, a portion of
Its contents to consist o? " a reproduction et
the opinions of all the morning papers on
every subject, classified under distinct and
Imitative headings, BO that the reader can
tarn immediately to the Journal whose opinion
he wishes to learn, and so condensed that the
essence o? the entire press may be obtained in
* less.time than ls now occupied in reading one
-The Pall Mall Gazette gives this account.of
the way ' in which the French came to use
enormous quantities of absinthe. Except to
medical men absinthe was unknown prior to
the Algerian expedition in the reign of Louis
Philippe; bot when the soldtsjcs were at Con?
stantine and Oran, and suffering greatly from
fever, the doctors recommended that absinthe
shonld be mixed with their wine, as it was
much cheaper than quinine. During ihe en?
tire campaign the soldiers drank this mixture,
and afterwards retained the custom, which
appeared in France at Marseilles, whence it
rapidly spread through the country, and set?
tled permanently in Paris.
-Among the complaints made regarding
the operation ol the postal telegraph system
In England 1B one that in country towns it ls
Impossible to keep secret the messages which
pass over the wires. A correspondent ot the
London News writer . bat lt is a standing joke
In the country town where he lives thar, if
one wishes to give a matter f?ll publicity, with
au air of authenticity, the best means to se?
care that end is to telegraph it as a secret to
some distant friend, w.ien, in a very brief
space of time, lt ls cerain to be generally
known In the place frc m which the message
la sent. Why r^slotnce officials should be
more leaky than those or the regular telegraph
service Is not apparent, but such appears to
be the case in England. 1
-It ls curious to note the prices paid for
wild animals. Sales of the kind are rsi?, and
there are so few persons who have any use
Vor a lion or a tiger that the amounts paid are
seldom remunerative to the party disposing of
this kind of stock. Woombeli'a menagerie,
which has been In existence since 1805, was
sold by auction In Edingburgh on the 9th ulti?
mo. The performing elephant was purchased
foe the Manchester Zoological Gardens for
about $3000. Pelicans were knocked down at
$35 each, a price which would hardly make
their exportation from Louisiana remunera
- tl ve. Wolves brought $5 50 each, a price at
which our English cousins can have all our
coyotes on the prairies. A lion was sold for
$450, and a royal Bengal tigress for $775. A
male dromedary brought $160. The sale re?
alized about $16,000.
-Seven months ago Chicago was almost
obliterated from the face of the earth by one
of the most terrible conflagrations of modern
times; one who saw lt then would hardly
recognize lt now. The rapidity with which lt
has been rebuilt ls marvellous. The unsightly
reins made by the fire are almost entirely re?
placed by fine blocks of buildings, more sub?
stantial and beautiful than those which once
occupied their sites, and the value of property
1a rapidly rising In all pju-ts ct the city. On
Wabash avenue and lu Jackson, Adams, Mon?
roe and Jefferson streets the price of land has
advanced from one thousand dollars per iront
tact to twelve hundred dollars, and in some
Instances to fifteen hundred dollars. The
Grand Pacific Hotel ls the finest and largest
of the new buildings, and has five hundred
rooms. It ls rebuilding on its old site, and
will cost one million dollars. The Republic
Lile Insurance building, which was badly
damaged by the fire, Is rebuilding with stone,
Iron and brick, and the many public edifices
In process'of erection will make Chicigo a
much finer and better city than lt ever was
before. As may readily bb believed, in all
buildings great precautions are taken against
danger of fire, Chicago being a "burnt child."
-The very virtuous and consistent New
York Times, which a few weeks ago threw ail
manner of mud at Senator Schufz and his co?
adjutors in the Liberal movement, ls now ac?
tively engaged In crooking the pregnant
hinges ot the knee, and fawning upon the
Reformers, with the very evident design of
fomenting dissensions in the Liberal ranks,
first, we were treated to a fulsome eulogy of
Mr. Schurr:; and this followed by au attempt,
to throw out a "feeler" for "a common
agreement." As for the cry of " anybody to
beat Grant," the Times expresses a lofty hope
that this " narrow flew " ot the subject at
Issue may be disca, jed by the public. The
Grant question ls one which " the people will
have au ample opportunity of deciding"-a
remark which verges on the disloyal. And
thea the "principles" Involved, accord?
ing to the Times, are those which "the
Philadelphia Convention need not hesitate to
adopt." The "one term nonsense tai ked by
Horace Greeley" Is only "laughed at," but
"the measures worth serious consideration
are those which the whole (sic) Republican
party ought to unite in working for." If they
were to be repudiated at Philadelphia the
Times would "be obliged to express great dis?
appointment concerning that convention."
And while the Times does not as vet go so far
as to counsel the admission of "a set o?
tricksters," lt exclaims with fervor: "We
must keep np with the times. No Just and
necessary reforms can be refused lu these
days.-'' The Times' motive In all ibis will be
suspected by tbe scoffers; and tbe utterly in?
corrigible will be apt to recall ono of Mr.
iSsop's most renowned tables lu confection
-A large meeting was held in London on
the 20th ult. to urge the claims of women to J
tae suJLrage. The audience consisted mainly j
of ladies, and the chair was occupied by Mrs.
Fawcett, wife of the Junior member, for
Brighton. Among those who took a promi?
nent part in the proceedings were Miss Mor?
gan, a recent graduate ot the Zurich Medical
School, Mr*. Burbury and Miss Beedy, M. A.,
an American lady of much educational ex?
perience. The resolutions, which were pre?
pared for presentation to Parliament, urging
Hie claims of women upon the attention ol'
that, body, were debated somewhat at length,
and carried unanimously. But the most
notable feature ot the meeting was the open
ing address by Mrs. Fawcett. The griev?
ances of women have seldom, if ever,
been presented is so strong and clear a light,
or their demands pronounced so earnestly
and forcibly. She showed that the women
themselves were generally Interested in this
matter, coutrary to the assertions o? those
who oppose woman suffrage, and warned the
Option that the movement would be persis?
tently agitated until the desired end was
attained. Sho instanced a large number of
cases to exhibit the Injustice which is prac?
ticed in the relative treatment of men and
women before the law, and contrasted the
seven years' penal servitude and foi ty lashes
with a cat, given as the sentence to a robber
who knocked a man down and tried to steal
bis watch, wi th the three months' Imprisonment
awarded to the brute who pushed his wife
under a dray on London bridge, causing her
death. She refuted the idea that the com?
plaints of tne women were sentiment*),
strongly urged the paspage of the resolutions,
and at the conclusion of her address was
The South for Greeley.
Oar Washington correspondent tersely re?
produces the views which have been im?
pressed, in these columns, upon the atten?
tion of the Southern people. Again and
again has the South been bartered awuy for
the benefit of the Northern Democracy.
Now the honest Republicans and the honest
Democrats of the North and West are in ac?
cord with the South. Their opponents, and
ours, arc the obstinate politicians who would
flatly refuse to go to Heaven by any 'other
fa.th than that of their own choice. They
demand to be saved, but they decline to be
saved except by the process which jumps
with their own ideas of coosistoney and pro?
priety. These men are doing their beat to
kill off Horace Greeley. They might com?
mit political homicide as long as they
pleased, if they were tho only sufferers; but
their folly is the ruin of the innocent South.
They shall not be permitted lo destroy our
only hopo of peace and justice because tbe
instruments of redemption are not vuruished
and jewelled so as to suit their dainty taste.
It is lime for the South to speak out; and
the way to do this is to elect delegates to
Baltimore who will vote for Greeley,and can?
not be cozened or bullied into acquiescing.
in a Democratic nomination. Thc South
has at last the opportunity or striking a
stout blow for deliverance. Tho West is her
ally. A solid delegation from the South in
favor of Greeley will cor/ the sore-heads and
secure to our people an era of good fellow?
ship and substantial prosperity.
The End of oar Solar System.
Professor Jobn Fiske, in his lecture on
'.the nebular hypothesis," in New York on
Tuesday, made some startling statements as
to the processes going on in the solar sys?
tem and their probable results on the globe
on which we live, move and have oar being,
but as the terrestial smash-up is reserved
for the "remote future" we don't seo after
all that we need worry ourselves much about
it. The professor says that planets ure con?
tinually integrating diffused materials which
they encounter in their progress through
space, and it has been estimated that tbe
earth adds to itself nearly one ?hundred and
fitly billion such meteoric particles each
year.' Secondly, it bas been proved that
every planet must bo slowly losing a part of
Its molar motion or rotation. Tho eflect
of the tidal waves, which are caused by the
gravitation of liquid matter toward other
planetary bodies, is to retard diurnal rota?
tion ; and, in fact, the terrestrial day is
lengthening by reason of the friction of the
tides, and is destined in the remote future to
give about 480 hours between sunrise and
sunset. How about your eight hours for a I
day's work when that time comes ?
The present condition of the moon-a
dead planet of igneous rocks without water
or an atmosphere-affords an example, says
the professor, of the universal death which
in an inconceivably distant future awaits the
entire solar system. If along with the dis?
sipation of the molar and molecular motions
the planets are also losing angular velocity,
this loss of motion will ultimately result in
their int?gration with the sun. As ihe
planet slowly draws near the sun its tan?
gential momentum is replaced, aud some
what more than replaced, by ihe added ve?
locity due.to the increased gravitative force
exerted by the sun nt the shorter distance.
At the last the planet must strike the sun
with tremendous force. The beat generated
by the earth and sun alone in such a col-1
lisioa would Bufllce to produce a tempera
ture of nearly 6,000,000 degrees, centrigrade.
This is a good deal hotter than the present
heated term. Of course, disintegration
would immediately follow, and the next
stage is the dissipation of the whole into a
nebula. The question of a new era of evo?
lution presents an impassable barrier. Wo j
can only catch a vague glimpse of a stupen-1
dons rythmical alternation between the eras
of evolution and eras of dissolution, Bucceed-1
mg each other without vestiges o? a begin?
ning, and without prospect of an end. " I
"Thc Punic? of Gulena."
Miss Nellie Grant's foreign campaign will I
make her the envy o? all her schoolmates on
her return; for, while others may make the
"grand tour" in as superb republican style as
they will, it hos been given to no Amerlrun
girl in our previous history, and possibly
never will be in the future, to have the great
fountains of Versailles played for her especial
benefit alter the cascades and the spout i had
rested dry through two years, and ihen lo be
presented to the Queen of Great Britain as
the "lady of highest place in America." But
most notable in the very eventful trip of Miss
Grant ia the sudden and profuse auilcab. y
which her visit hus inspired la the London
Times. TobemadetheBubjectofaleader in
thisjournalisolitsella distinguished honor;
but when the Thunderer tames its usual roar
to mild phrases en her account, halls her
corn ug as an omen of recouclliatieu and good
feeling, and predicts that her return lo Ameri?
ca will lead to the diffusion of a better knowl?
edge of Engliah opinion and sentiment, and
ultimately heal existing dissensions, the
tribute is flattering indeed.
The Beginning of the End,
[From the Nation.]
Il' a crisis is not approaching in South Caro?
lina, there is no value in signs. The Scolt
Parker Ring, as our readers are aware, have
saddled the State with a debt, irom which her
honest citizens see no escape but In repudia?
tion. Since the Legislature adjourned, the
public institutions dependeutou annual appro?
priations have found their Aral's on thc treas?
ury dishonored, aud the alternative forced
upou them either to appeal to private benevo?
lence or to succumb at once. Nearly all the
free schools were suspended on lhe first ol
Iky. The Deaf and Dumb Asylum Is on the
point of being closed. The State Lunatic
Asylum, with two hundred and ninety-five
patients, has latterly been enabled to feed
them only by private charity. And finally,
I even the Slate Penitentiary is in want, and
has been compelled to bring lhe State treas- J
tirer into court for v^tbhojding a large part of
lhe appropriations doe lo it. All this is sympto?
matic of a society tumbling to pieces, and
good observers predict that lhe wreck is not J
far off. The Ring, whose members have a
thorough contempt for each other, which they
scarcely aitcmpt lo conceal, will fall as
Tweed's fell-wheu any one of them is faiily
cornered. That Mr. Niles G. Parker's turn
will come first ls not unlikely. Should the
I superintendent of lhe Peniieutlary be success?
ful In hts suit against him, lt ls understood
that the superintendent of the Lunatic Asylum
will enter n like complaint, with the schools
looming up in thc background. What renders
the situai ion all the more intolerable ls that |
the people ot South Carolina are almost model
taxpayers, nnd have promptly met every year
the burdens thus Imposed upon them; and
that on January 15 they paid into the now ex?
hausted treasury over a million of dollars,
besides what has accrued from the operation
ot the license law.
Coffee In Yanlcccland.
The New York Sun ls authority for the
statement that though New England was lhe
cradle of abolitionism, and lhe politicians aro
the loudest in the cry lor equal rights, it ls
certain that in no other part of the Union at
the present day are the colored people so kept
under. They arc never permitted to raise
their voices lu the legislative councils, and
the netty office of village couslable is the
highest to which any member ol llieir race has
successfully aspired, either in Massachusetts
or Rhode Island. Crowded together ia* the
slums of lite large cilles, they are kept in a J
state ol meutul and moral degradation, while
the charitable societies who send missionaries
to Fejee look with lotty scorn on the colored |
heathen In their midst.
The Financial Charonlcle and Its Cot?
Tho colton review of the Savannah Daily
Advertiser of a late date contains the follow?
ing remarks on certain defects in thc statis?
tics of lhe New York Financial Chronicle, a
periodical which ls now received as high au- j
thoiiiy even io the South. The immense
value of this staple, and thu Importance of]
having its movements correctly represented,
would seem to call on the Chronicle for nu ex?
planation ol the charges made, with much ap?
parent force, by the Advertiser. The state?
ment ol the /idnertiser says :
For several weeks thc Commercial and
Financial Chronicle's colton ?inicie hus been
..mn sed" by one thoroughly la the beariug in?
terest, and woe re the totals have been receiv?
ed ns gospel, its columns munt hnvc -"weak
kneed" a great mauy. We have refrained, ex?
cept in one instance, (rom correcting Its as?
sumptions; but when lt puts lonh misstate?
ments, of facts, lt is lime to inquire Into the
value of Its articles. Tho excess in visible
sopp y has been wonderfully and tearfully com?
posed ! The Indian supply uiloat ls said to be
lo nil Europe ?i?u.uuo bah s, against, 1G5,000 last,
year at the sumu time. By Its columns ol
May Gth, 1871, tho colton at sea Irom India
was 275.000 bales-a difference of 110.ono
bales. The total export irom India since 1st
January has been to all Europe 51(1,000 balea
therefore 80,000 bales is all that, with a thirty
days' passage via canal, and a ninety days'
passage via lhe Capo has arrived in five
inonu.s into Europe; while the arrivals Into
Liverpool alone are nearly 229,000 bales; aud
by the last Liverpool Circular, to widen we
havo access, 201,0; o huies ls all lhe India col?
ton afloat lor tltut port. American exports
since the 12tlt ultimo have been about 120.000
bales, and can lt be possible to export 240,000
bales prior to 1st September fi om date io bal?
ance the Chronicles fallacies ?
There ure other points which require notice,
but enough nus been shown to, we think,
reduce the value ol the great and almost uni?
versally received statistical medium. New
England, we are told here, ls using 23.000 bah s
per week, while the Chronicle says 19,000
bales, und we get our information from a
party interested, und thoroughly informed,
and 'new machinery is going into operaliou
every day, Induced by lue large profits now
being reaiize.l by Eastern mills. Willi all the
Chronicle's efforts to prove enough colton, it Ls
generally conceded that some oilier caine
must be developed lo control supply, and
advance in price ls ibe only one that can pos?
sibly, by restricting consumption, keep us
from a famine. Nothing in Europe bu.-, dear
money and a heavy, comparatively high priced
slock now prevents an ad vance, which mosi
people say must come sooner or le.ter, to
nrre.-t consumption lhere to an extent lo ena?
ble spiuners io eke out. By reference to
18G8 69, the course ot that year and this has
been aud will probably prove peculiarly alike.
pt* OOUNTrTBEASaJIBR'S OFFICE,
FIRE PROOF BUILDING, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
May 10,1872.-DELINQUENT TAXPAYERS.-The
Del nouent Taxpayers of charleston County, are
respectfully notlucd, thar, in accordance with tuc
law and recent positive Instructions, all Property
on which Taxes are due for the years 1808, I860,
1870 or 1871, will he advertised shortly, and sold
without reserve. Those who wish io avoid the In?
convenience and additional cost of the advertis?
ing and sale, will do well to call at once at the
OtUce of the County Treasurer and settle.
County Treasurer Charleston County.
o T ? o ft
The BATTERY BATH INO ROUSE, oir White
Polut Garden, has been thoroughly re aired In
nil its various dei ailments, and will he opened
on 13tli in-tunt for accommodation or visitors.
The Soda Water and I< e Cream Departments will
be under the Immediate superintendence ol the
Proprietor. Tua king the purdie for pust favors,
I would moat respectfully solicit their patron
use. , M. MCMANMON,
?J^EW MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.
TRI WEEKLY LINE OK FOUR-HORSE COACHES
FROM GREENVILLE, S. C., TO ASHE?
VILLE, N. C.,
Leave Greenville Monday, Wednesday and Fri?
day ar. 7 A. M.
Arrivent Asheville next dav by l P. M.
Leave Asnevilie Monday, Wednesday und Friday
1 P. M.
Arrive ut Greenville next day by 7 P. M.
Leaving G reen ville In the morning, go through to
Flat Rock and Henderson Hie lu daylight.
Fate to Flat Rock $5; to Asheville $7.
mav32mo W. P. BLAIR.
BSi MSW TMTR~OVED
WHEELER <fc WILSON
THE BEST IS TUE CHEAPE?*"
We are now selling these superior ?chines
on Ten Dollar monthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promptly.
WHEELER & WILSON MANUF'U CO.,
aprs-iyr No. 209 King street.
pm* CONSIGNEES PER ^ STEAMSHIP
FALCON, from Baltimore, are hereby notlfled
that Bhe ls THIS DAT discharging cargo at Pier
No. 1, Un.on Wharves. All Doods not taken away
at sunset will remain on wharf at Consignees
risk. MORDECAI A CO.,
^CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
MANHATTAN, from New York, are notified that
she will discharge cargo THIS DAY art" Adgcr's
South Wharr. Goods uncalled for at sunset
will remain on the wharf at owners' rlik.
may M l JAMES ADDER A CO., Agents.
pm* THE CHARLESTON CHARITA
BLE ASSOCIATION, for the Benefit of the Free
School Fun?-Official Raffle Numbers:
CLASS No. 400-MORNING.
CLASS No. 500-EVENING.
AP witness our hands at Charleston this 13th
day of May, 1872.
may 14 . sworn Commissioners.
?239-WHAT IS TBIS "DOLLAR REWARD
SOAP" that everybody seems crazed about ? Buy
lt and try for yourseir. DOW1E, MOIsE & DA?
VIS, Agents, Charleston, S. 0.
?&* TAKE AY ER'S SARSAPARILLA
to purify the blood and purge out the humors,
pimples, bulls and sores which ure merely em?
blems or tho rottenness within, may llthatus
?Sa--TO INCREASE AND THICKEN
the growth of the Bair, use DALL'S VEGETABLE
SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER. Nothing better
known to science. rasyll-thBtu3
pm* BATCllfiLOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
superb Bair Dye ls the best in the world. Per?
fectly harmless, reliable and instantaneous. No
disappointment. No ridiculous tints, or unpleas?
ant odor. Thc genuine W. A. Batchelors Hair
Dye produces immediately a splendid black or
natural brown. Doee not alain the akin, bat
leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The
only sate and perfect Dye. sold by all druggists.
Factory ls Bond street, New York.
pS* STATE SUNDAY-SCHOOL OON
VENTION.-DELEGATES PLEASE NOTICE.-1.
Convention meets In Trinity Church, Basel street,
Charleston, at 0 A. M., WEDNESDAY, 16th May.
2. Delegates paying full rare to city will be re?
turned free by thc dur?rent Railroads on presen?
tation or a Secretary's certificate.
3. Delega es will report at Trinity Church, where
homes will be assigned them.
J. BAUHMAN HASKELL,
. mayll-4 Secretary.
par CONSIGNEES' NOTIOE.-CON
Sl Gi SK ES by Nor we? lau Bark D RAUPNER are
hereby notified that she baa THIS Dav been en?
tered under the Five-Day Act. Goods not Per?
mitted at the expiration of that time will be sent
to Customhouse Stores. RAVENEL A- CO.
pa* DR. ANDERSON HAVING RE
TURNED to the city, o Hers his services as Sorgeon
Dentist. Dental Rooms southwest corner King
and Liberty stieets. apr30
pm* MAGNOLIA LINE OP OMNIBUS.
Mr. H. GATES would respectfully Inform lila
patrons that the Omalous leavlng?Llne and Meet?
ing aire?is here after fur Magnolia will on and
ofter the 12th In?tant leave tho corner Shepherd
and King streets, the Dpper Terminus of the City
Raliway Company, every half hoar.
Fourteen Tickets for one dollar.
Six.Tlckets ror bair a dollar. ' mayll-3*
^BURNHAM'S SUPERIOR YEAST
POWDERS.-Having used Yeast Powder In oar
ramilles for several years, we give a decided pref?
erence above all others to that prepared by
EDWARD S. BURNHAM, Graduate of Pharmacy,
No. 421 King atreet, near Calhoun street, Charles?
ton, S. C. : Klug Manalon Boarding House, Julius
Petsch, B. C. Wobb, George L. Holmes, George S.
Pelzer, M. D" John T. Wightman, D. D., William
Smith, Master Machinist, S. C. R. R.
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pST* A FEW WEEKS SINCE WHILE
sutfering from a very severe cold, I became BO
hoarse that lt was with great difficulty I could
tjpca.k so as to be understood. While In this con?
dition JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT not only gave
me immediate relier, but In threa to four days
completely cured my cold and removed my
hoarseness.. I, therefore, take pleasure In recom?
mending the EXPECTORANT as being, in my
judgment, the best cough medicine before the
publia-Rev.- B. F. HEDDKN, Pas or of First Bap?
tist Church, Camden, H. J. PHILIP WISEMAN A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. C."
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gray hair ita natural color and youthful appear?
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out. It Ia entirely harmless, and perfectly free
froto any poisonous substance, and will therefore
take thc place of all the dirty and nupleasani
preparations now Id ase. Numerous testimonia s
have been sent us /rom many of our most promi?
nent citizens, some ?if which are subjoined. Ia
everything In which the articles now.m ose are
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY la perfect.
It ls warranted to contain neither Sugar of Lead,
Sulphur or Nitrate or Silver, lt does not soil the
clothes or scalp, ia agreeably perfumed, and
makes one or thc best dressings ror the Hair tn
use. lt restores the color of the Hair "more per
fecr and uniformly than any other preparation,"
and always docs so la from turee to ten days,
virtually reeding tho roots of the Hair with all
the nourishing qualltles necessary to Its growth
and healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and Induces a new growth of thc Hair more posi?
tively than anything else. The application of
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and cooling effect on tho scalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $1 a
bottle. ARTHUR NATTANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, D. C.
For sale by the Agent, DB. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston, s. 0.
?Drna.B ano Meotiines^
y L sj H N,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now In stock of my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Pattey's Cold Cream,
English Dalby'B Carminative, British. Oil, Roche's
Embrocation and chiorodyne.
TILDEN 4 CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PHIS, AC. AGENT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOB SOOTH CAROLINA FOB
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and Goods ot foreign man
oractureImported to order.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em*
bracing ali New lt -mo iles.
A full assortment of Trusses and Bandages al?
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night. JanlOwfmlj
REGULAR MONTHLY CONVOCA?
TION of Carolina Chapter. No. 1. E. A. M.,
will be held at Masonic HaU, THIS EVBNIKO, ats
Bj order of the M. E H.P.
mayl4_L. B. LOVEQREEN. Secretary.
Regular Monthly Me? ting, at Charleston
Library Rooms, Trna EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
By order. A. O. MAGRATH JR.,
m?yl4 "_Secreta? y.
IRISH VOLUNTEER RIFLE CLUB.
Attend Ur,il THIS EVBNINO, at 8 o'clock, at
By order of the President.
JAMES A. MURRAY,
m ay 14_Secretary I. V. H. C.
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SOCIE?
TY.-A Kegular Monthly Meeting of this so?
ciety will be held THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, ar. the
Hibernian Hall, at hair-past 7 o'clncK. A mil at?
tendance ta requested. WM. BAKE?,
QUEEN CITY CLUB.-THE REGULAR
Monthly Meeting of your Club wilt be held
a tue CInb Rooms, THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, May
14, 1872, at 8 o'clock sharp. Members will come
prepared to pay all dues.
By order. PAUL B. LALANE,
may 14_Sccreinry and Treasurer.
ATTENTION, WASHINGTON LIGHT
I'.IFANTRY RIFLE CLUB i-Attend an Ex?
tra Meeting of your Club THIS EVKNINO. at yoar
Hall, at 8 o'clock precisely. All Members are re?
quested to ba present, as ouslnesB of importance
win be transacted. Bj order.
C. 0. TRUMBO,
mayl4_ Secretary W. L. I. Rifle club.
WASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-You are hereby summoned
to ? trem? an Extra Meeting of tue Company THIS
EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
By order of the President.
raajl4_0. H. SCHWING, Secretary.
ATTENTION I CHARLESTON SOCIAL
MOUNTED CLUB -Every member 1* here?
by requested to atteud a Special Meeting of the
Club THIS KVENINO, at 8 P. M.
Ry ord r. F. W. PIEPER,
TH! TN A STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
/TJ PANY.-Atten-t the Regular Meeting
m y ur Company THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, nth
instant, at paif-past 8 o'clock precisely.
By order. H. CARMGHAN,
GENERAL COMMITTEE STATE SUN
DAY-SOHOOL CONVEN HON -Thc Final
toeei.og ot i his Committee will be held THIS K VE?
NINO, at 8 o'clock, lu the Hall of the Yoong
Men's Christian Association, lt ls desired that
every subcommittee should also meet, hence
Members are earnestly requested to attend.
J. K AC ii M AN' HASKELL,
ra ay 14_ Secretary.
WANTED, A G0l)DWASHERW0MAN,
white or c iiorej, by the day or month.
Apply at No. io Rutledge avenue. mayll-1*
WANTED, A HOUSE SERVANT TO
make herself generally useful, Rccora
meudation required. Apply at No. 441 Kl' g,
three doors above Calhoun street. may 14-1?
WANTED, A GOOD COOK AND
Washer for a small family or two. Apply
wiihrecommennailjn at No. ll Minta jue street.
WANTED, TEN GOOD CANVASSERS,
natl v. s and lifelong residents or Charles?
ton, thoroughly acqualuted with all Its localities.
Arply at this oillce. ?_m ay 14-1*
WANTED, A GOOD GIRL OR WOMAN
to do general housework. Apply at No.
422 K'ng street, near Calhoun._m^yU-l*
WANTED, A SUITE OF COOL BOOMS,
with Board, for a gentleman, O fe and
servant. Unfurnished rooms and western loca?
tion preferred. Address, thiouglt PostotHce,
'.charleston," Key Box, t^o. 260. mayl4-3
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
WASH for a amati family. Good recom?
mendations required. Apply at No. 44 Society
st: cet. mayl4-2*
WANTED, BY A COMPETENT WHITE
female, a situation as seamstress during
the sommer, either at Aiken, Summerville or Sul?
livans 1-laod Small compensation only ron ilr -
ed. Address E. H., NEWS office, may:?>.!?
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN TO
Wash and attend a Chamber, for two per- J
sous. Good references required. Apply at No.
24 Meeting street._may 14 3?
TWO BOOMS MAYBE HAD BY A MAN
And Woman, tho one to do the cr.oklng for a
small family, aud the other to tako charge of a
3 ard. Apply at No. 147 calhoun street.
WANTED, A MULATTO GIRL TO
tike care of a Bedroom. Address Ton
onice Box. 423. -_mayl3-3?
WANTED, A COMPETENT WOMAN
to Cook and Wash for a small family. Ap.
pty at ?a. o Rutledge street, corner of Queen,
m ay 13-2*_'_
WANTED, A WHITE GIRL, TO COOK
for a small family. Apply at No. 40 Can?
non stree. may i:i
BEESWAX WANTED, IN LARGE OB I
small quantities, aud the highest market j
price paid by W. P. HALL, Brown A co.'s wharf.
AGENTLEMAN, WITH THE BEST
testimonials, of good character and com?
petency wisnes a position as Teacher in s'-ine
publie institution, or as private tutor In a family.
No objections to going into thc country, i an
teach french, Latin, Greek, Plano and the other
branches or a good education. Salary of not so
great consideration as pleasant association. Ad?
dress c. D. V., at the oiUcc of this paper.
WANTED, TO PUBCHASE FOR GASH,
a small House in the central or western j
part or tho city. Address "Q," at this office, stat?
ing lucat lon, terms. Ac. fe bs
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that the cheapest and best warranted
Sewing Machine In the market ls the HOME SHUT?
TLE, pri?e $26 and $37. Can. be seen at tho Gene?
ral Agency, No. 265 King street, corner Beaufain
ytreet. T. L BI.^fiLk_janlvi-flmos
Cost ano i:cnno.
L"^TTnf^NGr B?1?WEEN MARKET
and Liberty streets, a Child's Gold uRACE
L.KT, for which a liberal reward will bc paid, If
len at L. COHEN A CO., No. 248 King street,
STRAYED, A BLACK COW, WITH
short horns and tall. A reward will be
given if she ls left at No. 84 King street. ??
LOST IN QUEEN, NEAR RUTLEDGE
street, or In Kutlcdge street, a pair or ?old
SLLEVK BUT ION-?, A reward will be given If
left at THE NEWS Pince._ may 13
LOST.-DROPPED ON BROAD STREET,
between Church street and East Bay, a j
POCKETBOOK. A reward will be given if lett [
at J. H. Wilson's office, No. 0 Broad street,
LOST, A BROWN ALPACA UMBREL?
LA, with an iron stick and bamboo handle.
Tue finder wdl be rewarded ou leaving the same
at this office may 7
EGGS FOB HATCHING. - HAVING IN
CREASED my sti ck of recent importations,
l am prepared to lill orders mure promptly. The
stock now consists of:
Lig t and Dark BRAHMAS, Bun* and Partridge
C- cums, M.vcr Gray Dorking*, Silver ?Spangled
Black-breasted Red Game.
Bronzed and White Turkeys, Black Cayuga,
Aylesbury and Rouen Ducks.
A SETTING OF TURKEY AND DUCK EGGS ON
A few Pullets or the above stock of my own
raising now for sale.
EVERT E BEDFORD,
No. 275 King street, between 12 and 2.
TWO GOOD MILKING COWS FOR
sale, at No. 70 Church street. mayl4-3*
MULES AND HORSES.-A OAR-LOAD
Just arrived ot Kentucky Mule Lot, Klug,
street Low fur cash or city acceptance. R.
T710B SALE, FIFTY THOUSAND FELT
J? BRIGHT CITY SAWED SQUARE-EDGED
BOARDS, at $10 per thousand feei, in lots ?r one
thousand and upwards. R. R. UUuGINS A CO.,
foot or Lacas and Ball streets._mayll-3*
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SEWING i
MACHINES repaired on reasonable terms
ann at the shortest notice. Aiso a lew good se?
cond-hand Machines ror sale, very low. J. L.
LUNSFoRD. smith street, north of Wentworth.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO
NEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATE
By J. L. LUNSFORD,
rete smith Street, north of Wentworth.
rjHE SECOND ANNUAL PICNIC
BURNS CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION
Will take place TO-MORROW; the 16th instant,
Boat will leave Market street Wbarr at 10 o'clock.
A. M. STEWART SOMERVILLE,
A, G BNO Y
BOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
GEN. JOHN B. GORDON,..President.
ASSETS January 1st, 1872.$1,241,017 40-100.
The undersigned having been recently appoint?
ed Agent for Charleston of the ablive Company,
would invite the attention or his friends and the
public generally to a few arguments in its favor.
It ia a
PURELY SOUTHERN COMPANY,
and invests all its -accumulations at the South.
It ls ably managed and has a large capital. It
does bnslness on
THE CASH SYSTEM ONLY,
and at rates as low as any other sound Company
In the Coan try.
Call at my office and allow me to show yon the
long list of Policyholders, which ls the best evi?
dence of strength tn a Company.
Agent for Charleston, & C.,
ORO. U. COFFIN, Sub-Agent.
apr]6-lmo North Atlantic Wharf.
TO RENT. TWO PLEASANT ROOMS,
wlih Dressing mom, in a desirable lr.catl?n.
audresi R,, at this office. may 14 2*
TO RENT, THAT NEWLY REPAIRED
BRICK HOUSE. No. 31 Radcliffe Street. Rent
Sd?. Possession given Immediately. Apply at
No. 4 Manon street._mayU-tuihsl*
TO RENT, A HOUSE ON THd CORNER
or Rot edge and Bee streets with sis rooms,
la ge clBtern, outbuildings, A-c. Possession
given lat June Apply at Nu. 0 President street.
TO RENT, A BAKERY ON KING
street, between Broad and Tradd streets,
and two Storej on East Bay. Apply at No. 0
President street. may ii tuttis*
TO RENT FOR THE SUMMER, A FUR?
NISHED COTTAGE of seven rooms, pleas?
antly bltuated. near the woo ts, on Kershaw
street, a few minutes' walk norn the Aiken De?
pot. Mable on the premises. Terms moderate.
Apply to M. M'HOFIELD. Aiken, S. C. may 14-10
TO RENT, TWO STORES ON MEETING
Btr-et, No. 140 aad corner of Hasel and Meet?
ing f-tree i H. Apply at No. 0 President street.
AHOUSE IN MARY STREET TO RENT.
Apply to WM. BYRNE, southwest comer
cnurch and Chalmers streets. mnyl4 2*
TO RENT, ON SULLIVAN'S ISLAND. A
large House, pleasantly located on Front
Beach, east of Fort Moultrie. Apply at No. 120
King street. _mayl3-mv? th3*
TO RENT, THE VERY PLEASANT
RESIDENCE, No. 35 Meeting st cet, no77
undergoing thorough repair. Apply to W. C.
BEE A CD._mayll-mwffi*
TO RENT, THAT COMFORTABLE AND
PLEASANTLY LOCATED RESIDENCE, No.
las Queen street, next to corner ot Smith street.
For terms, Ac, apply at No. 1 smith street,
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.-A TWO AND A
HALE-STORY HOUSE, partly famished, nnd
pleasantly s teated, containing fonr rooms, with
storerooms and piazza, largo stable, One well nf
water; also, iron tank cistern, all lu nico order.
Apply to JAS. B. HOWARD, east end Lauren?,
street Wharf. m ay 7-lu ttl S il*
(?opanncrcl)ip6 ano iDissomtioni
heretofore existing at Florence, S. o., un
uer the same of F. L. SUOUBOE & CO. has this
day been dissolved by mutnal consent. Mr. K. L.
sUOUBOE will settle all outstanding claims
against the said copartnership, and win collect of
debis due tho same. F. L. SUOUBOE.
mayl4-tntli39_O. T. ALFOitD
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing nndor the firm name of BALL,
BLACK & CO, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent Either partner win sign In settlement,
of the business. . . . ..
(Signed) HENRY BALL.
March 1, 1872. WM. D. BLACK.
In annonnclng the above dissolution, BALL,
BLACK A co. Inform their friends and the pnbuo
that they intend to close oat 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 nnset
Stones-Diamonds, Emeralds, Rnbles, cameos,
Ac-which they will sot, to order, at unusually
low rates. Their manufactory fur Silverware
will be continued to enable them to meet any de?
mands tn that line. No. 606 and 607 BROADWAY;
New York. jnlylS lyr
CHARLESTON, S. C.
G. T. ALFORD & CO.,
mayl4 R. HAMILTON, Superintendent.
iRillinerrj, Strato ?oo?s, Ut.
g PRING OPENINGl
MRS. M. J. ZERNOW,
NO. 304 KING STREET,
Will open THIS DAY an assortment of MILLI?
NERY GOODS, Ladles' and Children's Ready
Sole Agent for Mlle. DEMOREST'S PAPER
STOCKING SUSPENDERS, and
DRESS-MAKING m au its branches.
Country orders will receive prompt attention.
HE^STATE oF"SOUTHT CAROLINA^
COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-Court Of com
n.on Pleas.-W. A. COURTENAY, for Union
Wharvrs, et al, Plaintiffs, "s. the city council of
Charleston, Defendants.-Order for injunction.
on hearing read the sworn complain in thl-4 ac?
tion, and the affidavit, of W. R. MORRIS, and on
motion uf BUIST & BUIST, Plaintiff's Attorney H :
It ls ordered aud adjudged that the defendants,
thc City Council or charleston, their officers,
agenta and employees, be enjoined and retained
from erecting, or causing to be erected, In Pluck
ney street, in the City or Charleston, the tank or
trongh, set forth In the complaint, for the pur?
pose or tilling the same with water from the Arte?
sian Well, in the saul City of charleston, to be
used indiscriminately by all perdons and ani?
mals In the Bald city, or from filling the same with
water from Bald artesian Well or otherwise, until
the further order of thc (?ourt.
feigned) R. F. GRAHAM.
May 2, 1372.
I certify that the within ls a true copy of thc
original order for injunction, or hie m this office.
A. C. RICHMOND. C. C. 0. P.,
ni ayn Charleston Connty.
TTO A. MOSES, PH. D'
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro?
perties reported upon, and Working Plans fur?
nished. Separating and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore Deponits, special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES or FERTILIZERS,
Drugs, Orea, Minerals, Ac LABORATORY,
dec23-stnth.6mo Ne. 28 George street.
(?xactxitis, C^?flCT? 40n.
-pjTAMS AND SHOULDERS."
?lib's. DAMS and SHOULDERS.
Landing per Manhattan.
majHl_ ROACH A MOFFE'T.
g A L Tl SALTI S A;L?T'l-'
600 sacks Liverpool SALT for Bale, at $1 per
sack, to close consignment, Dy
apr22 *.-_Accommodation Wharf.
pOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN C. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110' EAST BAT,
Offer for sale from U. S. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDT
various vintages, la '
Oases or one dozen bottles each.
JIAIR, PRIME AND CHOICE SUGARS.
MORDECAI i CO., No. 110 East Bay, ofic'- i r
sale Fair, Prime and Choice Grocery SUGAJU.
M O KO KU AI A CO.
MORDECAI A CO., No. no East Bay, offer for
sale an invoice of "Falkirk" ALE, landing direct^
from Glasgow, In Pinta. MORDECAI A CO.
pOBTO RICO MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO., No. HO East Bay. offer for
pale Choice Porto-Rico MOLASSES,' in. strong
packages._MORDECAI .A 00.
T_> RIME WHITE CORN^
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
salo Prime White CORN, in new sacks.
_MORDECAI A CO.
DAM AN TINE CANDLES.
1000 packages Adamantine CANDLES for sale
by v MORDE0Al A CO.
?1HOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
MORDECAI A CO., No. 110 East Bay, offer for
sale an invoice or Onolce HAVANA CIGARS, di
rect from Factory in Havana.
NGLISH AND AMERICAN PICKLES,
SAUCES, MEATS, AC
Morton's PICALILLI, Mixed, Chow-Obow, Onions
aud Gerki'is-plats and quarts.
Copland's Motasen, Mixed. Pical dil, C how-Chow
and Walnuts-; ints and quarts.
Batty's, Established 1705, Nabob, Cauliflower,
uhow-Ohow, Mixed.- Plcalllll, White onions,
Brown Onions, Red Cabbage, Vt alnnts, Moah
rooms-pints and quarts.
Underwood's Manufacture-MIXED, Piealllll,
Chow Chow, G TKius. Wa nuts, Onions, French
Beans, Cauliflowers. Peppers, Pepper Hash
one-elglun, one-quarter, one hall and one
ENGLISH SAUCES, MEATS AND MUSTARD.
Morton's and Crosse A Blackwell's HARVF.Y
SAUCE, Essence Anchovies, Walnnt catsup,
Anchovy Paste, Bloater Herring Paste, India
Moy, Terrines, came Pie, Chicken fie, "Ham
and chicken Pie In fancy pots, india Curry
Powder-vials and packets, Mnsta d-one
quarter, one hair and one-pound bottles, Cav
eune. White ?nd Biack Pepper-in vials,
Cream Tartar, Saleratus and Table Salt-In
gtasB jars, Keen's and colman's English
BATT yS LONDON SAUCES, MEAT?,4sC.
MULLIGATANNY 8&U0E, Gnetna, Jobff Bull,
Universal Relish, Army and Navy, Tortie,
Cambridge, Loni Pal nerston, Victoria, Wel?
lington, Colonial, Beef Steak, India Chetney
and Sultana Sauce. . *
CANNED MEATS, v.z: Mutton chops, Roast Mot?
ton, Seasoned Motton, Bolled, spiced, A La
'Mode;Ox Cheek, Roast and seasoned Beer.
'Lleblg's Extract BEEF-In two. four, eight and
Lleblg's Infant Food-In Jars.
Nestle's Lacteous Farina or "Mother's Milk Sub?
stitute"-a Swiss preparation.
Robinson's Prepared Barley-Lothian Mills.
scotch Oatmeal, Geenfleld Kop Huh Starch.
St. vincent's Arrowroot-EugUsh and French.
Paste and Liquid Blacking
Little wo d's kogltbh Crystal Wash.
Taylor* Brothers' Bermuda Arrowroot.
French Vegetables, Green Peas, Haricots, Vert's
Champignons, Macedon Fiagolei a, celeri. Sel
bel, Asparagus, Haricots. Vert's Oonpe,
Tr?ves a Leon, Oaxiar. Henri's and Doyen's
Pate de Pol Gras in Terrines and Casseroles
Victoria chedder and Wiltshire Cheese.
Trotties, Staffed olives, French and Spanish
Olives, Nunparlelie and Superfine Capers,
. Frenen Mixed P.ckles.
Lea A Perrin'? 'Worcestershire Since-pints and
Waller Leigh's London Bille Volunteer Sauce
pints and hair pints.
Copland's Lonoon Worcestershire Sauce,
Mathew's London Clnb sance and salad Cream.
Halford's Table Sance-H. T. sance company,
King's Royal Table Sance-New York.
Underwood's Paoli sance and Tomato Catsup.
Tarragon Vinegar, Pepper Sauce.
French Mustard-Louet Freres. . .
American French Mustatd.
Und rwood's Mustard-tn tins and glass.
Underwood's Preserved Poultry, Meats and Fish.
Cove Oysters, Little Neck Clams.
Beer lu Slices and Pie Meat-New York andlexas
Beef-Preserving Company. *
Fruits and Vegetables, assorted, in tins.
Preserved Fruits lnflyrun-Gordon's.
French Preserved Fruits-in bottles and de?
Cherries, Gages and Peaches In Brandy.
N. M. PORTlSR,
No. 2-16 Klug street, Third above Market street.
THE NEW "HYMNAL" AT TWENTY
We have received a large supply ot the various
editions of the NEV/ H ? MN AL. The new 32 mo.
edition at20 cents, 80 cents and 40 cents; 18 mo.
edition at 40 cents, 60 cents, $1 and upwards.
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outee for the communion or the sick, by W. E.
scudamore, M. A., 10 cents.
christ in Modern Life, Sermons preached in
St. James's Chapel, by Rev. Stafford A. Brooke,
The Reformat ion of the Church or England t?a
history, prlncip es and results, (1614-15*7,; by
Rev. John Deary Blunt, $6.
The Conservativo Reformation and its Theology,
as represented in the Augsburg Confession and in
the History and Literature or the Evangelical
Lui heran Church, by Krauts, $5.
Student's Hebrew and Ohuldee Lexicon to the
Old Testament, by Benj.Davis, Ph.D., Ac., $6.
Hamlietlcs and Pastoral Theology, by Wm. G.
T. chedd. D. D., tig h in edition. $3 60.
The Office and Work of the Christian Ministry,
by Jamen M. Happlo, Yale College, $3 50. .
A History of Philosophy from Thales Jw tue
Present Timi, by Dr. Uberw-g. vol. 1, History of
the Ancient ano Mediaeval Philosophy, $3 50.
"The speaker's C uimentary." tue Holy Bible
according to the authorized version (A, I?. I6tl)
with au explanato y and critical commentary
and a revision of the translation, by Blsucv* and
other Clergy or the Anglican church, edited by
F 0. Coote. M. A.. Canon or Exeter, vol. 1, part l,
systematic Theology by Charles Hodge, D.D.,
vols. 1 and 2. each $4 50.
staunton's Ecclesiastical DlcUonary, $4.
. Hagenbach's ti ls tory or the church in the 18th
aud 19th Centuries, 2 vois., $6.
Ma-son's Ld- or Milton, with the History or bis
Times, V0 . 2,1638-'40, $4 50.
The Agreement ol science and Revelation, by
Rev. Jos. u. Wy me, M. D., $l 76.
The Life ot John J. Crittenden, with selections
from hts correspondence and speeches, edited by
his daughter, Mrs. Chapman coleman, voL l,
The Science of Wealth, a Manna! of Political
Economy, embracing the laws of trade, currency
and tintinee, for popniar reading and use as a
text book, by Amasa Walker, CL. D., $1 6U.
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each Man lor bis proper Work, by Nelson Sixer.
Three Centuries of English Literature, by Chas.
Duke Yonge, of Queen's College, Belfast, $2.
'j he Life and Times of henry Lorn Brougham,
written by himself, now complete in 3 vols., $6.
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Freuch, English and American, a variety of styles,
a. unusually low prices.
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