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Address RIORDAN, DAWSON A CO.,
No. 140 East Bay, Charleston, s. C.
Wit <l]yat\t?\m Jietog.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1870.
NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold closed Lu New" York, yesterday, at
ii a aux.
-Cotton closed strong; uplands .lex cents;
sales 5000 bales. .. .-. . . .
-In Liverpool cotton closed firmer; uplands
8Xd, Orleans 8J<aM; sales 12,000bales.
-The coolies are makins Buccessfal cotton
pickers ba Texas.
-A son of the Hon. George H. Pendleton, of
Ohio, is one of the defenders of Paris. .
-Queen Victoria disapproves of the franking
privilege, nd pays her own postage.
-The New York sun publishes "Divorced" be?
tween "Married" and "Died."
-There are 1650 dwelling* ia the town of Sara?
toga Springs. ' . ! :
-There ls a flrm'ia Louisiana which does noth?
ing but --hip young alligators North.
-A New England widow contributed the last
dollar she had in the world toa home for indi?
gent females, aad then entered herself as an in?
mate for life. . ?.?..'
-At Cincinnati a new burglar alarm ia exhibi?
ted, which not only rings abeu and Indicates the
window or door, attacked, but also tums and
lights the gas.
-Newspapers are in such demand in Germany
Since the beginning .af the war, that newsboys,
an entirely ne w institution, have appeared la th's
streets of Berlin. ? ii;?;'/.'-.. .'; .
-It is now distinctly and unreservedly an
moaned by Ohioans that they . believe Ohler Jus?
tice Chase will retire fnjtp. t^b?neb, this winter,
and live a private, laucYIvo ilf? f or tho remainder
of his days. Hts retired pay will be au ample
competence fer himself and family.
-A correspondent at Bologna i write* that du
i g ' ! . i..??- toe- new nish
Legion tn the ce rv ice or the French -Republic dis
tmgulshed itaeJi popularly - .It was command?
ed by Colonel Lawler, an ex-Can fed era te, and ts
composed'c-fy onng x>*?n mainly from the vicinity1
-Mr. Rollin Howard, the gentleman who im?
mortalized, himself by writing "Shoo Fly," has
Involved posterity and the negro 'minstrels still''
more deeply in his debt by inventing another
song and dance Which h&calls '-Let mebe i" and
Mr. J. >*. Pattison has placed, hlni3elf or the high
road to fame'by publishing IL' " '
-Th- dffibtal Vote ef -all the counties lc Indiana
has beeri,'rece1*edVJ8howibgr',a Democratic ma?
jority on the tate ticket oF'2439. All the State
officers and supreme judges- elected are Demo?
crats, and the samo pan y have a majority on
joint ballot in the Legislature. General Grant
carried toe-State in 1868 by a majority-or 9572.
-Dispatches from .Tours announce that a
young girl of that city' is creating the most In?
tense excitement oy imitating the example of
Jota of arc. Hundreds of enthusiastic persons,
have Joined her standard. Her appeals for re1-'j
emits are. said to bo singularly patriotic aad
-It"ls ssid that California, that land of wonder,
is found to te-peculiarly adapted to-, (he cultivation
of cotton; that the sou and cUmate are remark?
ably suited tu lt, and the country ls free from the
Ohler difficulties and embarrassments that often
make it a failure elsewhere; the season ls uniform,
there are no worms, no Inopportune rains, and no
-The Prussians apparent^ do not expect to
leave France.be/orf the worst or tho winter seta
la. They have Just concluded a contract for GOO,
ooo winter coats rot the army and as many pau*s
of big win ter'boots. .Th? coatB are to be.covered
with a waterproof cloth and lined with sheep?
skin, and are to cos', on!; about, five dollars.
The boots are to be had for about two dollars and
a Hair. - ;' ?l? ?' ''? 1 *' ? ?? ?'? -
-When Chsrles D?cteos died, lt was stated that
he had written -Xor his oh lid rea, ia a sor r of -para?
phrase of Scripture, the history or the life and les?
sons or the Saviour. Mr. Dickens himself.alluded
to lt in a letter written oa the ve: ? day before his
deatb, and,kt waa said that this pai aparase would
be published. The friends or Mr. Dickens In Boa
ton, says a Tribune correspondent, now have di?
rect information from bis family in England*that
one of his most positivo injunctions was that the
manuscript 'should never be published; and lt ne?
ver will be seen by any one outside the author's
own home circle.
-About one hundred clergymen in New York
State, mainly from the-interior, hu ve signed a call
for a State meeting at Syracuse ou November 15,
declaring that they believe secret societies "ex?
clusive, partial, an tl-Republican, despotic In form
Of government, pernicious ia the propagation of
tingly titles, opposed in principle to free govern?
ment; practicing seml-rcllglous and senil barba
roos ceremonies, casting out fae true religion
with thu false, thus placing Jesus an J the Jugger?
naut on the same footing in thc same ante room,
and the members'or the fraternity bound by the
most solemn obligations to assist each other, so
tha: even In civil courts the ends of justice are
perverted, and-equity falls to receive her due."
It takes tue clergy to use strong language. The :
signers to this philippic are Baptists, Methodists,
Congregationalists, Presbyterians, Ac.
-The London bally Telegraph gays the rumor
that three French gentlemen of distinction had
beeashot.la Paris appears to be true. One of
them is the Viscount de Castelbajac, who was In
England last Jane, aad who flied his shot lathe
International Pigeon Match at HurHngbam
Another was M. Cartier, one of the "Anglo
mancs" of toe'Paris Jockey Club. The name oi
the third viert m bas not reached England. Both
M. de. castelbajac and M. - Cartier were adhi rents
of the b'mplre; and we assume that their coUeague
ia misfortune belonged to the Court elrae. What
their offene03 may have'been we have nb means
knowing, nor do we kuow as yet whether they
were ?mt io death ny order of the government or
by the people, 'the latest rumor is tb the efleot
that the victims were at the bead or a cliqua in
f avor or surrender, aad that by means of comma-1
, fog ..'.... ".'
nica?ons entrusted to s baUooa. they desired to
malte Known the parp?se "they* had In vtew.
General Trocha is said to have discovered the la-,
trigne, and to have summarily dealt with its
-Marshal McMahon speaks very disparagingly
of the condition of the French army, and attri?
butes ita defeats ia the present war to the exten?
sive prevalence of socialist Ideas, by which disci?
pline has been materially relaxed. The officers
lack control of the soldiers, who treat them with"
familiarity, contempt, and even insult. On the
otber haad, the soldiers complain of their officers,
and attribute their Ul success to t heir having been
BO badly led. The French modo of lighting has
been much changed in the present war. They
now employ cavalry, especially cuirassiers, for the
attack, while the infantry generally awaits the
attack in strong- positions behind cai th work s and
rifle pits. This is the caHse of i he enormous Prus?
sian'losses. In the battle of Sedan the artillery
did the most service. Mitrailleurs were not so
largely employed as at Woerth, bnt their effect
was fearful. The ability of the Prussian troops in
marching has In many instances been astonish?
ing. One division, 20,000 strong, were frequently
on their legs from 5 A. M. to 8 or 0 P. M. lu ap?
proaching Sedan the army marched from 5 A. M.
till midnight, and daring twenty-four hoars were
only able to make coffee, and not to cook.
WE beg that the correspondents of THB
NEWS throughout the State, as well as the
County Chairmen, will forward to this office,
as soon as possible, their reports of the
result of the elections.
Thc Popular Vote.
The following table shows the vote cast in
each county of the State in tho elections of
1868, and the official vote, at the elections
ol' 1870, as far as reported :
jOovernor. [President. I uovernor.
1868. I 1864. I 1870.
Spa rt an borg ..
> Total vote.
Tbc Wanbi of tike Working IU ?sn.
What can be done for the workingmen of
the land ? How may they obtain a Living
pay for their work? flow may they hud
leisure moments, for their owu education,
and for adding to the comfort of their fami?
lies ? How may they become happy and
contented ' citizens of a commonwealth
where all have- an equal voiot* Lu tho con?
duct of public affairs, and where individual
progress should atteaid- the growth of the
general prosperity ? ? This, ia the South, is
'tho-problem ol the times; one which presses
for a simple and lasting solution.
It is; apparent, to even the casual observer,
that the artisans and mechanics of this
State, for example, are poorly and iusuffi
r?iently rewarded. When they are fully em?
ployed, they may, by pinching and cou
.triving, keep the ganut wolf from the door,
and Hud bread arid-meat for those who ere
d?pendent ou thea;. But even the most
lucky dare hope to do no more than live
from hand to mouth, letting each day take
care;, of itself, until trembling arm and
aching joint can strain,aud strive no more.
Here in this broad connu y, the Mecca of
the industrious and hardy emigrant, each
.day is consumed in a struggle for existence.
TJ^e brain is dolled uud the muscular frame
is jaded, only that the morrow may witness
the same drearj' round ol-work audt toil
toil and work. For the poor privilege of
i living, the laboring man, the working class,
must slave from dawn to night. Tho rich
grow mor? rich-money makes money-but
they who wield the axe and hammer the
iron, who'till the soil and bow iuto simpe'the
virgin forests of the South, are unable to
belter their position, aud are stripped of
that cheerful confidence in themselves which
is the corner-stone of improvement, and the
unerring indication of the coming of better
The depressed condition of the working
classes ls, we freely admit, largely accounted
for by the absence of capital, and by the
distrust excited in the public mind by the
reckless dishonesty and extravagant ex?
penditures of the Government of the Stale.
There is little activity in the circles which
give employment to the artisan' and me
ch ?in ic, and thousands of hardy workers atfe
! debating with themselves whether it is better
to light out the fight in South Caroliua or to
seek a new home in the cities of the teem?
ing West. These staunch men will be needed
here to build mills and erect factories, to girdle
! with iron the whole extent of the State, and,
unless they are coufideut. of obtaining higher
wages elsewhere, it Ls best to remain at
Where the workingmen and their employ?
ers bear together the hard knocks of udver
siiy, neither class eau rightfully complain of
the other. The workingmen, however, are
not satisfied. They know where the shoe
pinches, and theories and columns of figures
will not content them. When they ask for
bread, ic is useless to give them a stone.
Now, we are far from desirous of seeiug,
in this Southern country, that active oppo?
sition of labor to capital which in the Old
World ^as nearly ceased. There the war
was bitter and sharp. Thousands of pains?
taking men were "on strike" for weeks to?
gether. Their employers bore the loss of
profit and waste of means as philosophically
as they might. The trades' unions assumed
gigantic proportions. With increasing
strength, they practiced more forbearance,
and the end of it is that no serious strike
takes place in England until the permanent
Committee of Arbitration, composed of works'
men and employers, has finally failed to'
make a compromise or agree upon reason-,
able concessions. The next step was the
adoption of the custom of giving thtf work?
men, a shard'of the net.profits ct the
establishment in which they .were employed.
This plan is becoming quite common, and is
thought, by men like Mr. Tom Hughes, to be
the only way that peace can be thoroughly
add permanently established between capi?
tal and labor. .
For this system the South is not ripe.
With ns the era of trades' unions is not yet
passed. But the workingmen have the
power to extend and liberalize their unions,
until the employers are ready for a move?
ment which enables capital and labor to
join hands, and work amicably together.
Still this must be a slow and tedious process;
while the grass grows the steed may starve.
The wants of the workingman are urgent,
and admit of little delay. What we ask, in
the opinion of the intelligent workingmen
of Charleston, are the surest and safest
means of making industry more remunera?
tive, and of strengthening and ameliorating
the condition of the bone and sinew of the
State ? ? .
The Lee M?moris? Association.
On the "day succeeding the death bf Gene?
ral Lee, the Confederate soldiers who had
escorted the body to the College Chapel, met
in Lexington and formed a Memorial Asso?
ciation, which is now regularly organized,
with General J. C. Breckiriridge as presi?
dent. The objecta and plan of the associa?
tion are fully described in the circular of
General Pendleton, which we print this
morning. We may add, however, that there
seems to be no probability that the ashes of
the Illustrious dead will ever be removed
from their present resting place. The family
of General Lee approved Qi that spot from
the beginning, and nothing ha? occurred td
change their feeling. It is surely most ap?
propriate that he whose victories in peace
were us great as his victories in war, should
repose in the midst of the monuments of his
last years-the only monuments which dis?
aster permitted him to bequeath to the silent
No word of ours is necessary to enlist in the
cause of the Lee Memorial Association the
hearty good-will of every South Carolinian
who worthily wore the gray. The whole State
mourned the loss of Lee. And all who loved
him; all who followed bis spotless banner; all
who revered heroic value and knightly truth,
will gladly join in the pious work of fitly com?
memorating his patriot lire and Christian
death. There, in quiet Lexington, where the
immortal Jackson lies interred, may we hope
to raise a monument more eloquent than
song or story-a symbol of the sorrow and
regret of the armies and the people of the
The Crowning Victory.
It is hard to realize the importance of the
one broad fact, narrated in the brief dis?
patch from Kiug William to Queen Augusta,
printed in our issue o? yesterday. Only this !
Bazaine and Metz Iiave capitulated. One
hundred and fifty thousand men, including
twenty thousand sick and wounded, are
prisoners of war. These Soldiers represent
more ?han tares-fourth? of a million of peo?
ple. They are absolutely the last ot the re- j
gular troops upon whom France, clutching
at straws, relied in the hour of her mortal '
agouy. The King who tersely rocoa^od tho
victory at Sedan, now with equal curtness
proclaims a greater triumph than that which,
a few weeks ' ago, was the grandest feat
blazoning the pages of all military history.
Without ostentation, with a solemn gladness,
King William'writes tho simple words which
herald the. certain coming of peace. The
surrender of Metz is a disaster which a score
of Trochus could not retrieve. The besieg?
ing army, one hundred thousand strong at
least, is free to march , on Paris or to roll
with resistless force over the sunny plains of
France. And tbe moral effect is even more
important. The gasconades' of Gambetta
and his colleagues were alwaj'B contempti?
ble enough. They dared not face the truth.
'And that truth, now that it can be hidden
no longer, will expose them to the just
vengeance of a people who have been led
on, by bragging and boasting, to mako
what for weeks past bas been a fruitless and
almost criminal resistance. -Far be it from
us to underrate the brav?ry of. the French
soldiers, or the patriotism of the French peo?
ple. But patriotism and bravery have not
averted a defeat the most crushing which
the world has known. Up to the time of the
fall of Strasbourg, Germany hud taken 190,
000 prisoners. Strasbourg added 20,000 to
the long roll. At Soissons, at Toul and
around Paris 20,000 Frenchmen were captur?
ed. Metz comes in with 150,000 more. Add
to these the 20,000 French soldiers who took
refuge in Belgium, and the 100,000 killed and
wounded on .the field, and there is a total of
six hundred thotisand French soldiers put
hors de combat by the Germans since the
What remains to France but IQ sue for
peace? The Germans are as strong to-day
as when their battalions first crossed the
Rhine. ' Franco has no government, no
trained armies; nothing npon which to de?
pend save the fierce desperation of despair..
This will not avail her now. All that Franco
can gain by deferring the general surrender
which is inovitable, ls more loss of life, more
waste of treasure, more disaster and defeat.
Ge'maoy, while just, will not bc an un?
generous foe. And France, while some?
thing remains, to surrender, can make better
terms than when Paris is taken, and the last
hope is lost.
Cos? ano .Torino.
LOST, BLANK CHECK ON THE FIRST
National BanR, Charleston, No. 2979 sizued
J. E. VANCE. M. STRAUSS, Attorney. 8
FOUND, ON THE 7TU OF THIS MONTH
a Pointer DOG, which the owner can net by
proving property and paying expenses. Apply
at No. i4o Cominz street. oct28-S*
STRAYED, FROM THE RESIDENCE,
No. 39 Montague street, a white Setter Dorr
with brown spots on his left eye and side; shark
eye3; answers to the name of cato. A liberal re
wTd Zm ?e given ror hls recovery. A. M. JACK
SON, North Atlantic Wharf. oct27-3
ESCAPED FROM No. 99 BROAD
street, a small Florida Parrot. A suitable
reward w?l be given for its delivery. octl7-i2
THOS. P. SMITH. COTTON FACTOR
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, has ro
Juuved his office from No. io Boyce's Wharf to
Nos. 3 and 4 ON THE 3 WHARP. OCt27-6
XjtPL M. LAWTON, COTTON FACTOR
TT AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, haare-,
moved his office from No. 10 Boyce's Wharf to I
NW. 3 and 4 v/N THE SAME WHARF. oe t7-B
lr\ 0 ! EVERYBODY WHO WANTS TO
VX" boy BOOTS, SH OHS, TRUITES, HATS, Ac,
abe aper than tlsewbere, to MURRAY'S, 112 Mar
*et street, near King, sin of "Big Boot." Bar
gains can be got there. oct29-2*
WANTED, A WOMAN TO DO HOUSE?
WORK for a family of four persons,
White preferred. Call at No. 161 King street,
Book Store, from 9 to 10 A. M. oct29-2
WANTED, TWO BED-BOOMS AND
Slttlng-Room, all furnished, with pantry
attached. Also, two Kitchen Rooms. Address
"A. B.," Postofflce. 00129-1*
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE COL
? ORED WOMAN, to Cook and do general
housework. Good recommendations wanted
Apply at No. 13 Blake street. oct20-l?
WANTED, TWO ROOMS, WITH
kitchen and servant's room; in the central
j or lower part of the city. Address H., DAILY
NEWS office. oct2?-l?
WANTED, A WOMAN AS CHILD'S
nurse. A settled w< man preferred. Ref?
erences required. Applv at No. 64 Radcliffe streer,
near Rutledge avenue. * oct29-2*
TjrrANTED, A VESSEL TO BRING
TT Rongh Rice from the South to this mar?
ket. Apply at this office, i ? OCt29
COOK WANTED.-WANTED . A RES?
PECTABLE white woman as Cook. Liberal
wages will be given. Apply at No. 176 Coming
. street, near Cannon. oct29-l*
TTTANTED, A HOUSE, WITH 4 OR 6
TT room*. Rent moderate. Por one to snit,
a punctual tenant can be had. Address "House,"
NEWS office. oct29-l?
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A
Young man-some light . employment
position as cashier or clerk in some office, would
te desirable; bad two yeats' experience in a re?
tail grocery in New York City, also six years sell?
ing goods by sample In Western States. Can fur?
nish recommendations. Address J. C. BEDELL,
Box 185, Charleston, 8. C. oct29-2*
WANTED, EMPLOYMENT BY A
Man of steady, Industrious habits, as a
Gardener, to lay out Ornamental Flower Ground.
Culture of Flowers, and Vegetables. He will give
satisfaction to any one who may wish to employ
bim. A healthy loratlon in the country preferred.
A respectable family wishing any such person,
will Cud a faithful servant and compeicnt work?
man. If Bteadj employment cannot be had. Job?
bing will be attended to. Old Gardens made up
In the neatest trim, and at small expense. Seve?
ral respectable city references given from past and
present ?mploy?rs. Applj at *Wl ?0lco, or to No.
24 South street, north side, second door from Nas?
sau street. oct29-l?
AFRENCH LADY OF MANY YEARS'
experience In teaching, wishes a situation
as a Teacher In a family or a schooL She can
teach Music. Best reference will be given. Apply
to Mlle. V. L., Edgewood, pear i-dgefleld C. H.,
S. 0. " OCI28-2
COMPANION OR HOUSEKEEPER.
A lady nf cheerful disposition, to whom
salary would bc no object, desires to obtain em?
ployment as a governess,. lady's companion or
honsi keeper, either in the city or country. An
interview or any further information may be had
by ad- resslng p, .DAILY NEWS office._oct28
WANTED, BY A PRIVATE FAMILY,
a medium sized CABINET ORGAN, with
steps and pedals, (not without.) Mnst bc tn good
condition. Address immediately by letter, des?
cribing Organ, and stating term, to T, care Key
Box. No. 7, Charleston, 8 0._ocft8-2?
WANTED, A SMALL RESIDENCE IN
the city. Apply at No. 56 Kroad street
(second floor,) or through P. 9. Box No. 81.
WANTED, A WHITE GIRL, TO COOK
and do housework. Most come recom?
mended. Apply at No. 180 Coming street. &3tat
WANTED TO RENT IMMEDIATELY,
a .-ma]] HOUSE, Address Z. A., at this
WANTED TO RENT OR PURCHASE,
a snail BOUSE. Address 3. E., NKWS
TTTANTED TO PURCHASE, A FORTY
TV Mose Power ENGINE and BOILER, all in
good order. Tubular Boiler preferred. Address
IF YOU WANT A GOOD SEWING
Machine, and a cheap one, go to LUNS
PoRD'S, in Queen street, and you will find R.
AGENTS WANTED-($225 A MONTH)
by the AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE
CO.. Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo. octl3 Imo
WANTED-AGENTS, f$20 PER DAY)
to sell the celebrated HOME SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE. Has the "under-feed,"
makes the "lock stich" (alike on both sides) and
Ls fully licensed. The best and cheapest Family
Sewing Machine In the market. Address JOHN?
SON, CLARK A CO., Boston, Mass., Pittsburg,
Pa., Chicago, 111., or St. Louis, Mo. octl7-lmo
WANTED, BY A. RESPECTABLE COL?
ORED Maa, a situation as PORTER, or
any employment whereby he may be enabled to
support himself and family. Recommendations
furnished If necessary. Apply at this office to
W. C._ sepl4
WANTED TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House. Address "House," Nsrwa
&4hfe fififl TO LOAN ON UNEN
iP-L^jl/U \J CUMBERED REAL ESTATE
In i his city. Apply to EDWD. LOWNDES,
So. 14 Broad stre t,
oct28-2_Corner Broad and State streets.
SOUIH CAROLINA STATE BONDS (OLD) MA?
South Carolina State Stock (Fire Loan.)
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Bonds.
By AC. KAUFMAN, Broker,
OCI25 No. 25 Broad street.
J-_ gp Htm_
TO RENT, TWO ROOMS WITH LARGE
PIAZZA Inquire at No. 68 St Phillp street,
east side, one door south of Cathou u street.
TO RENT, LEASE OR FOR SALB, A
large Lot on East Bay, wit .i neat ofllce and
entrance on.Oulgnard street, which has repentir
been used as a coal yard For particulars apply
to H. GERDTS A CO._octl-stuthlmo
TO BENT, HOUSE No. 6 LIMEH0U8E
STREET; a commodious and pleasant R?si?
dence, In complete order, with gas, water-works,
ample outbuildings, and large yard and garden.
Apply to LOWNDES A G KIMBALL, No. 26 Broad
TO RENT, TLB WIN SEA ISLAND PLAN?
TATION, st. James San tee. Healthy summer
rvJMjh?e. Apply to B. P. COLOURS, No. ll Broad
TO RENT, THREE STORY BRICK RESI?
DENCE. No. 21 Meeting street, convenient
lo the Battery, with fine outbuildings aud every
accommodation for a large family. Possession
given Immediately. For terms apply to JAMES
CONNER, No. 17 Broad street. mch30ws
FOR RENT, THAT ELEGANTLY SITU?
ATED RESIDENCE, No. - Logau street,
containing six upright rooms, pantry and dres?
sing rooms, with gas and water-works. Apply
to LOWNDES A ORIMBALL, No. 26 Broad street.
TO RENT.-TO RENT DURING FAIR
WEEK, ! he Space on the Fence surrounding
ibo Grounds for advertising purpos a. Diagram
of space and terms can be learn--d at Mr. VON
SANTEN'S STORE. No. 229 King street oct27-3
TO RENT, STORE No. 310 KING
STREET, a fine business stand, in central
part of the city. Apply to S. K. MARSHALL,
corner Society and King streets._sepas
FOR RENT OR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE in Oraugebnrg District, situated
on Lyons Creek, three aud a half miles from the
south Carolina Railroad. Thc tract contains
2500 acres, soil rich red clay, adapted to cotton,
corn, wheat, root crops and clover.
A splendid range for cattle; sunny hillsides for
vineyards, and low lands for meadows. Lyons
Creek, a large, never-falling stream runs through
thc estate, and furnishes one of the finest water
powers In the State.
A most valuable iron ore has been discovered
recently on the place.
The estate hus on it all the necessary farm
bnlldings, negro houses, barns, stables, gin
houses and small dwelling. It has becu in con
stant cultivation since the war, and the splendid
growing crop would give eutlre satisfaction.
It ls offered for rent or sale, on reasonable
Address Mrs. L M. KE1TT,
Society Hill, Darlington District, S. C.
Or R. M. MARSHALL A BRO., No. 33 Broad
IJUN PLATE, SHEET IRON, WIRE, 4c.
FOR SALE BY WM. SHEPHERD Se CO., No. 24
HAYNE STREET AND No. 85 TINCKNEY
/i HABLESTON TYPO Gril ? P. H LC A L
VJ UNIOSE, No. 43,-Attend the Regular Monthly
Meeting of year Union THIS ( Satu rd a J ) ETXHDtO,
24th instant, at Masonic Hall, at half-past 7
O'clock.- WM. J. MOSIMANN,
oct2? . secretary.
mYRE LODGE, No. 136, A F. M.-AN
J. Extra Commun Ication of Tyre Lodge, No. 1S8,
A. P. M., will be held at Masonic Hall, THIS EVEK?
ING, at 7 o'clock. Candidates fer the M. M. De?
gree wtu please be punctual. By order of W. M.
oct20 -WM. L. KING, Secretary.
SOUTH CAROLINA STATE DENTAL
ASSOCIATION.-The Regular Semi-Annual
Meeting of this Association will be held In Charles?
ton, S. C., on TUESDAY, November 1st, 1870, at 8
P. M., in the Hall of the Phoenix Fire Engine
Dentists wishing to become members will do
well to forward their names to the Secretary on
on before the day of meeting.
Members in attendance win be passed over tbe
different Railroads to and from the city for one
By order of the President.
THOMAS T. MOORE,
Corresponding Secretary, Columbia S. C.
SURVIVING MEMBERS OF THE
CHARLESTON LIGHT DKAQOON8.-A Meet?
ing of the Surviving Members of this Company will
be held at Hibernian Halt. In this city, on TUESDAY
EVENING, 1st November, at 7 o'clock.
Members in the Country are particularly request?
ed to attend. L C. NOWELL,
oct25 Chairman of Committee.
FRENCH CONVERSATIONAL CLASSES for
Ladles. The Evening Classes for Gentlemen are
now organizing. The Meetings will be in a cen?
tral place. Apply to Major L. DcBOS, No. 311
East Bay. oct29-l*
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON.-THE
Winter Term of this College will commence
on TUESDAY, November l, at io o'clock A. M.
F. A. POR J H ER,
oct28-4 Secretary Faculty.
MRS. G. W. ALEXANDER WILL RE?
SUME her instructions in DANCING, at
Masonic Hall, on TUESDAY, November 1st, 1870.
Night Classes for Ladles and Gentlemen. Soiree
every alternate Saturday night. For terms, Ac,
applv at her residence, No. ll Coming street.
ANIGHT SCHOOL FOB COLORED
Citizens has been opened In St. Peter's
school House, Wentworth street. ??o distinction
Cf creed. Terms, 50 cents every other Monday, in
advance. Lessons every night from half-past 7
o'clock, Saturdays and Sundays excepted. octl8
ENGLISH AND GERMAN SCHOOL, No.
82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercises of
this institution embrace all the branches necessary
for a good English and Commercial education.
The boars from 3 to 6 o'clock P. M. are devoted
to German lessons, viz: Grammar, s pc atine,
Writing and Reading. Lessons In Drawing and
Moulding every Saturday morning. The Night
School from 7 to 9 o'clock, for exercises of Arith?
metic, Reading, Spelling and Writing, and Orna?
mental and Mechanical Drawing for adults.
The Academy is under my special superinten?
dence, with the assistance of Mr. J. MCDONALD,
Hiss J. H. ANGEL, Miss LEON HARDT. Miss J.
Vocal Music by Professor F. BEROKHAN.
C. H. BERGMANN,
FOR SALE, AT A BUERO'S, No. 82
Maritet street, a lot of fine CANARY BIRDS
and Seed. Also, some choice Fish Roes.
_T1 REAT BARGAINS IN LANDS.-I
\JC offer for sale, at a great sacrifice, and on
accommodating terms. 6000 acres of valuable
LANDS, on west bank of Wateres River and
Spear's Creek, ten miles below Camden, and
twenty east or Columbia, opposite side of the
river, and within Ave miles of Bovkin's Depot, on
the Camden branch Railroad. The Charlotte and
Columbia Railroad runs within flrteen miles, and
tho road being built from Sumtervllle to Columbia
within twelve miles. The river navigable all
the veer >ound. Prodncc shipped to the Cam?
den Branch Railroad Bridge, thence to Wilmington
or Charleston. - The health of the country ls per?
fect, i OL? acres rich River and Creek bottoms,
producing, finely, Cotton, Corn, small grain, and
especially adapted to Stock raising, soo hundred
head of cattle could be kept without any feeding,
and readily f-old on the place. 4000 acre E Upland
Pine Lands, with a large proportion of Creek bot?
toms, ooo acres cleared and nnder fence, the
balance finely timbered with Pine. Thereia afine
Residence on the place, with Springs convenient,
and Cabins for laborers. Will be sold in a body, or
two or more separate tracts to suit. If not sold
previously, they wiU be sold at PuMlc Auction, in
Columbia, on the first Monday In December.
For terms, apply to E. C. DUB?, or JAMES
DAVIS, Camden, S. C. A Map can be seen at office
of the Times._ oct28-2
FOR SALE, HOUSE AND LOT/ No. 32
Rutledge Street, oppose Bee street. Apply to
No. 08 St. Phillp street._oct22-atuth8?
OLA Kf\Ci -FOR SALE,. A LONG
MDtteJVv'? ESTABLISHED BUSI?
NESS, (Retail,) paying a net prone or $2500per an?
num, Ample time given a purchaser to learn the
business. This Is a rare chance for an active man
to secure a permanent Income. Business done
wholly for cash. Persons having the "*tamps"
and meaning business may address "$2600-In?
come," Box v, DAILT NEWS Office, giving real
name._; ? , , jalyae
F" OB SALE.-I HAVE ON HAND AND
for sale another supply of second-hand
Sewing Machines, of various makers, which I
will dispose Of very cheap. Call and examine at
No. 27 Queen street. J. LUNSFORD.
FOR SALE, THREE FARMS, TWO
miles from the Port Royal Railroad, In
the Whippy Swamp neighborhood. One Farm
contains 87S acres, one 886 acres, and one 160
acres. Each Farm contalna one hundred acres
good planting land, with two or three comfort?
able cabins on each; also well timbered, good
range for cattle and hogs; and perfectly healthy
al. the seasons. For particulars apply to E. D.
H., Barnwell Village. may io
J. ?fe I?. COATS'
IS NOW TUB
Thread put up for the American market which ls
SIX-CORD IN ALL NUMBERS,
From Ko. 8 to No. loo inclusive.
FOR HAND AND MACHINE,
JOHN A HtTOH A?CHINCL03S,
Sole Agents in New Yortc for J. A P. COATS, of
oct3-imo Paisley, Scotland.
Prngg, Q[l)emicals, -?-r.
JJR. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR,
A preparation of Roots and Herbs, warranted
to be strictly vegetable, and can do no Injury to
It has been used by hundreds, and known for
thc la^t thirty-five years as one of thc moat relia?
ble, efficacious and harmless preparations ever
offered to the suffering. If taken regularly and
persistently, lt ls sure to cure:
Dyspepsia, headache, Jaundice, costiveness,
sick headache, chronic diarrhoea, affections of
the bladder, camp dysentery, affections of the
Sidneys, fever, nervousness, chills, diseases of
the skin, Impurity of the blood, melancholy or de?
pression of spirits, heartburn, colic or pains in
the bowels, pain lu the head, fover and ague,
Iropsy, bolls, pain In back sud limbs, as tuarn,
erysipelas, female affections, and bilious [diseases
Prepared only by J. H. ZEILIN A CO., Drag
?I=r3, Macon, Ga.
Price $1; by maU $1 25.
Many highly respectable persons can fully at
:est to the virtues of this valuable medicine.
For sale by *
GOODRICH^ Wi NEMAN A CO.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Janl5 siyr Charleston.
A FULL ASSORTMENT just received by
Da. H. BAER,
'uly* Bo Ul lice ung street.
Lessee.f."..Xt...V$ka LAURA KEENE.
. - THIS (Saturday) EVENING, OCTOBER 28,
CHILDREN AND LADLES'
CHILDREN AND LADIES'
CHILDREN AND LADIES'
MATINEE At 12 M. - - MATINEE
MATINEE At 12 M. MATINEE
MATINEE At 12 M. MATINEE
OUR AMERICAN COUSIN,
The great Comedy that delights old and young
in which Miss KEENE and full company will ap-'
$~r Admission to Matinee: Adults 60 cts.; Chil?
Doors open at 12 M. Commences at 1 o'clock.
MONDAY, G oldsmith's Comedy, SHE STOOPS
TO CONQUER. _ OCt29-l
IBER N IAN HALL.
FOR FAIR WEEK ONLY,
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 31,
The Famous Musical Commedlennes, the
> The Eminent Comedian
C. B. BISHOP,
AND A NEWLY ORGANIZED COMPANY.
First Introduction in Charleston of the
SLEEP INO BEAUTY,
In the Enchanted Wood.
A Comic Fairy Extravaganza, reconstructed
and rewritten from Blanche's Extravaganza or
the asme tttle expressly for this Company hy C.
w. TA Y LE UR, author of East Lynne, Ac.
PRLNCESS ISABELLA...Miss BLANCHE CHAPMAN,
KING DING DONG.MR. C. B BISHOP.
Including a FnU Cast,
NEW MUSIC I NEW SONGS!
NEW DANCES 1 NEW JOKES !
, EVERYTHING NEW I N
MESSRS. WALLACE AND WOOD,
The Australian Comiques, In their Artistic Musical
The Performance tc Commence with
MY PRECIOUS BETSY. '. r:
MB. BOBTAIL.Mr. BSUOP.
'Prices as usual. The sale ot Seats will com?
mence SATURDAY, at Holmes's Book-store, corner
of King aad Wentworth streets. oct26
O URNA MENT
THREE VALUABLE PRIZBS TO BE CON?
A GRAND TOURNAMENT will take place in
this cl ty on the RACE COURSE during the FAIR
WEEK, conditions for which will be as follows:
The Knights will ride with a lance eight feet
long. Each horse to be urged at full speed. Each
rider to be In full costume. '
All horses sent down to be used in Tournament
to care or R. GRAHAM A CO., Mills House Stable,*'
wlU be carefully attended' to. All applications
for entry to be addresed' to TOURNAMENT, BOX
No. 304, Charleston Postoffice.
T. F. CHUPKIN, )
JAMES M. NELSON. ? \ Committee.
THOS. T. CHAPEAU, )
Country papers will please insert. ; , oct27
EO L LE It SK ATI N G
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC HALL,
COMMENCING SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 1.
The assemblies will be ss follows : MONDA Y,
WEDNESDAY and. PRU) AY AFTERNOONS from
4 to 6 o'clock, and TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY NIGHTS from half-past i to.10.
Admission to Night Assemblies so" cents; Onil
dreh.26 cents. Tickets ut packages of tw?lve,' $3.
Use of Skates, 26 cents.
Afternoon Assemblies, Ladles and Children, In?
cluding use of Sates, 25 cents; Gentlemen, includ?
ing use of Skates, 50 cents.
Season tickets of admission (good for ali assem?
blies during three months) for gentlemen $5; for
ladies S3; for gentlemen and lady $7 60.
i aneri ?coos, &c.
QNE DOLLAR ! .ONE DOLLAR!
ONE DOLLAR I
-..?.ii nv*. :...?-. .-..v.: ri *'.' Si
: '. ? ,:? ???... ;:..;> .a olio':
$1! $1 ! tl ! $1 ! ?1 i $1 r
A beautiful assortment of ONE DOLLAR GOODS.
Such as ALBUMS, Writing Oases, Reticules,
Portemonnaies, Pipes, Smoking Sets," Wax Dolls,
China Vases, Toilet Sets, China Cups and Sau?
cera, Work Boxes, Jevrjl stands, Card Baskets,
Walking Canes, Baskets, Ac, Just opened.
GERMAN, FRENCH AND AMERICAN TOYS,
In the moat extensive variety, for 50 and 75c,
sold elsewhere for $1. Call and examine, at
VON SANTKN'S BAZAAR,
No. 220 King atreet,
oct27-thsm-3 Next door to Academy of Music.
gTEBLLNG SILVER FORKS AND
BY THE OUNCE OR DOZEN.
Sent to any part of the country per Express
C. O. D.
Photographs of different patterns sent by mail
Our faculties for manufacturing enable us to
give selections from the largest variety of pat?
terns and at the lowest price. No extra charge
RALL, BLACK * 00.,
?65 and 567 Broadway,
. Jutyl8-lyr New York.
VOLUME II-No. 1.
iff 0 W ~R~E~ A. D Y .
LABOR, by Hon. Alfred Huger. *
Is the South a Stock Country?-by D. Wyatt
Texas Istle In England-by Alex. S. McRae, of
Coffee and Coffee Culture-by F-.
Suggestive Experience in Farming-by A. M.
Be9C Culture for the South-br Thos. G. Clemson.
And many other interesting articles, filling
sixty-four royal octavo pages of folio reading
t&~ The RURAL CAROLINIAN ls SDeclally de
voted to thc development of the agricultural,
horticultural and poinologicai interests of the
Southern United States, and contains Information
to that ?nd not to be found In any other magazine
ta the world. .
Subscription, $2 per annum, In advance.
Address WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
8eo2C Charleston. S. 0.
-j QfJ HENRY'S RETREAT,
NO. 107 EAST BAY, ONE DOOR BELOW BROAD
2. Oysters always fresh cn hand.
3. FREE LUNCH from half-past 10 o'clock
4. Meals at all hours. Dinner served from 13
to 4 P. M.
5. Meals served on Sunday until 2 P. M.
6. The best.IMPORTED WINES, Liquors and
7. Only place la town for good genuine Hot
Tom and Jerry.
Give me a eau.
Formerly Barkeeper at the Mills House.
j^PPLES, CABBAGES, POTATOES, 4a.
' - wer ?ave. jnat received a Jot of ?holce Northern
Mountain APPLES, crates ot 'large Cabbages,
barnda selected. JAZL Potatoes;-also, Bird Seed.
Pecans, Butter.- Nuts,dBngtlsh Walnuts, Haz*
Nuts, Almonds, ?kc, all of which we will sell af
low prices. . ANDREWS A SALVO,
oct29_"_No. 407 King Street.
Q H O I CEPO T A T TB S.'
60 barrels CHOICE HATING POTATOES, land- .
lng; and for sale bj WM. ROACH A CO.
oct29-l .' \ > . . i -
QOALr- 'CQAIL! .- COAL !
SOO tons First Quail tv Red Ash EGG COAL, for
parlor use, will be sold low while landing. .
STOVE AND CHESTNUT COAL.
P. P. SEIONIOUS,
oct29-2- Corner East Bay and Hasel streets.
FINEST QUALITY CYPRESS SHIN- i
50,000 for ?ale at lowest market price, by I
STEINMEYER A STOKES. Factors,. . . ;1
0C?29-2_ West end Broad street, .. \
~p|" E W N i I M B ER.
SHIPPING, WHARF BUILDING, AC.
80 to 65 feet long. ..By
BTEfNMEYER A STOKES, Factors, ' '
oct29-2 - . - " West end Broad street.-, .
J^EW YOBK ELEPHANT BAGGING. '
Rolls of the above choice, heavy BAGGING,
"Elephant" brand, constan dy for sale by .?
oct25-tuthslmo . MORDECAI A CO.,
jp RIME CYPRESS SHINGLES.
60 MA No. 1 SHINGLES.
For sale by H. G. CH1SOLM.
oct29-fltn2_ChLsolm's Klee MlH. '.
gCO TC H PIG IRON.
Landing from Barque B. B. Gove, and foffcato
by ' RAVENEL A CO.
oct27-ths2_. ?. .?? -: ? ?
2QQ PACKAGES T
MACKEREL, SALMON ,. fONGUES ANO
SOUNDS, AND GEORGE'S BANK
li ?01 FISIJ.
LANDING PEP. BARK "HORACE SdUODiB."
- halfbbis. MESS MACKEREL
quarter bbls. Mea* Mackerel
- kits Mess Mackerel
- half kits Mess Mackerel
- kits Large No. 1 Mackerel ?
- bau* kits Large No. 1 Mackerel
- kits No. 1 Salmon
- half kita No. 1 Salmon
- kits Tongues and Sounds - -
- drams G B. Codfish
- boxes G. B. Codfish
Put np expressly for us, and for sale low by
. KLINCK, W10KENBERG A CO. f.
0Ct25-tUths3 _?j _
y LOUR, SLOES, SHOULDERS, HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, AO.
J E F F O R D-8 4 CO.,
Nos. 17 and 1? VENDUE RANGE, OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET RATES::
600 bbls. Fresh Ground FLOUR
25 hbda. Choice Clear Rib Sides
20 hhds. Prime Smoked Shoulders
lo tierces Choice S. 0. Hams .
lo tierces Pure Lear Lard
25 bbls. Heavy City Mess Pork
20,000 pounds Prime Dry Salt Sides '
10,000 pounds Dry Salt Bellies *~ .
loo sat ks Rio Coffee .- . *?.*
160 bbls. .Refined Sugars .
loo cases 2 and 3 tb, Fresh. Tomatoes li ? '
76 cases Fresh Peaches. .
loo cases, l and 2 ft, Fresh Oysters:
octll-tuths6mos ' . . . ? j j .: . :
jr^lYERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
2000 sacks Liverpool SALT, In; splendid order,
lust received per "R. B. Gove," from. Liverpool .'.
For Balo in lots to suit purchasers, by '.. .
ROBT. MURE A CO.,
oct25 Central Wharf.
rjLATR .F. .0:'''B ; S A L E.
. loo barrels on wharf ' .
. loo barrels to arrive, - . : .
. . . ^20 barrels Fish (N. C; Mullets) .
20 barrels Yam Potatoes. Apply, on :
OCt25 . MARSHALLS WHARF. t.
Jg L. , M O B I L ;(L 0 ,
* OIOAR MANUFACTURER, .?
- . <?
invites the public to try his CIGARS >at 6, ?and '
10 cents apiece (Spanish). Also, his stock of real
MEERSCHAUM PIPES, from ?2 to $4 apiece, In
Cases. Also,.the genuine Lynna's Durham smok-.- -
lng Tobacco at 7 > cents per pound. Also, Domes?
tic Cigars as low as $2 per ber. Give me; a fair
trial. Call at No. 349 King street, above Liberty.
JJ E A T H 4 B I C E , !..
JVo. 9 JETA TNE STREET, CHARLESTON", 8. O, ' \
WHO LES AIE DEALERS IN '
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, CIGARS, W
Have on hand, and are dally receiving, a large -
and well selected stock of the above, which they
offer on the most favorable terms.
We have stilt retained the services of Mr. JOB
DAWSON, who will bo pleased to Bee lus frienda?,
sepi6 . '
yqr "L~7" J u B s\ ;
? Having Jost received a new bad complete
stock of CLOTHS, Oasslmeres, Vest Patterns Cad
Furnishing Goods, is prepared' to make to order
Gentlemen's Clothes la the latest styles and from
the best materials.
Particular attention ls requested to the follow?
ing specialties :
FINE BROADCLOTHS, FANGT CASS I BIERES,
SILK VEST PATTERNS.
Call and examine for yourself at No. 147 King
ii n s in CG 6 (Hares.
HISOL? 4 WHALE Y.,
No. 30 BROAD STREET. [
The undersigned have this day formed a copar? f
ncrshlp for carrying ba the Practice of Law, an?
der the finn name of CHISOLM A WHALE?. \
B. CHISOLM, Ja.
OCta4_ W. JAMES WHALBT.
JO H N MARSHALL, it.,
NAVAL STORES, COTTON, LUMBER AND RICE.
TTO A. MOSES, PH. D.,
GEOLOGIST AND MINING ENGINEER,
No. 28 GEORGE STREET. ^
Preliminary Examinations or Phosphate and
Mineral Lands, Geological Surveys and Maps, BB- ,
timates of Values, and Plans or Mining furnished.
AGENCY FOE THE PEBUVIAN
The subscribers having been appointed Local
Agents for the sale of PERUVIAN GUANO, would
respectfully Informed manufacturers and dealers
that they will deliver from warehouses, as well
as from ships direct on arrival from the Peruvian
islands, PURE PERUVIAN GUANO, at the Gene?
ral Agent's price In New York, to wit: Sixty
dollars, gold, on delivery. Every cargo will be
Inspected and analyzed by Professor SHEPARD,
and satifactory guarantees of its quality ana
purity will always be furnished when desired.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
sepOS * Factors.'
J U S T, RECEIVED.
O ARBOLATE OF LIME, the best Disinfectant
?nd destroyer of Rats, Mice Bugs, Cockroaches,
Ac A Bmall quantity placed where they frequent
wfllat once disperse them. _^
Pendleton's Panacea, or Vegetable Pain Ex?
tractor. . _
A fresh suppl/ of Fleming's Worm Confections,
the most reliable in use.
Also, a freso supply of SEAL OLEUM, the great
remedy roi Rheumatism. ..
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
Dc H. BABB,
mayso No. m Meeting toe?.