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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO.,
No.. 49 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
TnnRSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1870.
SEWS OE TBE DAY.
-Gold closed in New York, yesterday, at
-Cotton closed heavy and dull at 16J? for ur
In Lirerp' ol, yesterday, cotton closed Arm; up?
lands 9)?a9,S?d; Orleans 9%a9>;d.
-Horses, lt~Is stated, are among the articles
in Paris which have been most greatly depreci
ated by the siege. At the fashionable horse ba?
zaars, animals which before the war brought rrom
fSOO to $1000. are now selling as low as from SS to
$40, and the miserable jades of the flacref. which
are too small for military purposes, sell ns low as
from three to twenty cents,
-Here ls the last slap of the Tribune's at Whi?
temore: '-It Is announced that the cadet-peddler
Whitemore, who was driven from the c jvass
for re-election to the House or Representatives, is
now a candidate for the United States Senate.
Before the Legislature or South Carolina considers
" him la that l'ghr, lt would be well for lt to remem?
ber that he ls also a candidate for the peniten?
tiary, tinder a plain law or Congress, the viola?
tion of which he doe* not deny, and the penalties
orwhich are explicit."
-To illustrate the necessity for coolncs; during
action, t-n anecdote Is-rclated or a stan officer
who produced an excellent effect upon a whole
column or men under Are by carrying an order
quietly through a hot bombardment with a cigar
between hi< Ups. And a similar story ls told or au
officer in one of the battles before Metz. His men
were suffering horribly, and he was unable to
steady them till he BAW a soldier smoking. He
was struck bv the effect produced on his own
mind, and was wise enough to walk up to the
man and ask if ho would give Ulm a light for his
cigar. Courage ls as Infections as fear.
-A Prueslan soldier, but jost reiurncd from the
trent, was sta ding in the centre or a listening
group, detailing to au officer his narrow escape
from death by one of the chassepot bullets. He
took out his watch and showed lt pierced through
by the ball, which, having thus expended its
strength on thc solid metal, Inflicted but a slight
wound on his breast The pecple pressed around
to get a look at the watch, and one citizen, impul
s; vely taking out his own gold nme-ke?per, put lt
into th" band of tbe astonished soldier, saying
"Here, take this one ! It is a good one. Yours
will never po again!"
-Thc ruauofactnrers of axed ammunition and
anni in New York and vicinity are unable to
manufacture metallic cartridges enough to supply
(be present' demand from abroad. One company
ia-turu lng out from 250,000 to 390,000 of these car?
tridges dully, and are unable to ntl their contracts
even with this rapid production. The French
Government will not receive arms from contract
log parties unless each piece is supplied with at
leant aoo Tounds of Axed ammunl lon, which
. rashes the dcruuud hf re v> ry active Some of the
agents if Ea-tern facioilos report their works
running night ai d day, and are still unible to fl!
order*. . * "
-lu the tun st ut enthusiasm for :u- m%n. and
?rush cf a. inlr.;tiou for tau wom-u rf Virginia, the
eeufr of. tue Petrrsburg Iudex says: ''But, arte
all, the greyest point of a Virginia agricultural
???ir, th- greaicv?exhibition lt eau make, is tts
ehow of people, oi Virginians, or 'folks.' Now,
people are ?me thing, 'folks' are another, and Vir
gima produces 'folks.' You can lind men and
'women everywhere, but hardly, except in Vir
gima, shall you see'folks.' Genial, social, gene
rous, careless, hopeful, old fashioned, good-hu
mored, quick-tempered withal, and a thought
lazy, abstracted, fond of theory, though less given
or late td politics, prejudiced, obstinate talkative,
foll of an- cd ot?, l?gica In argument, often cranky
In action. goode*ters, hearty lovers, Impractical,
seldom growlug rich, but helping one another,
. and with bark ever worse tb.au th?lr bite-such
are the 'folks' or Virginia."
-Thc rears now BO prevalent that the bombard
ment of Paris will des: roy thc art treasures In
. that city, it is stated will be dispelled when lt ls
known that the Palace of the Louvre ls situated
about three mUes from any?polut or the enc?lalo
or encircling wail. It is further mentioned that
thc detached forts are from isoo to G ?j yards be
yond the walis, and that the German army now
lies from one to three miles beyond the fora. It
is believed that ibo works or art will not suffer
. exceptio caso street fighting tUou?d commence
when Injury might be done by rocko:a or hand
grenade-?. It ls menrlciied as a curious circum
stance in the history of art, thai pictures have
suffered lit. le by sieg- s in modern Hines; The JC
cldental Are lu whiob Titia i'.s "Pi-tor the Martyr"
perished, bas, lt ls alleged, doue more injury io
the art of.paiutin? thau all the wars of this cou
-Hie grand ;estaurants at P.iris no longer dis?
play those attracilve bills of fare for which they
are celebrated the world over As f?r as France
ls concerned the supplies is totally cut off. and
Strasbourg cannot send her sa\'ory pates de role
gras; Perigord cannot transmit truffle.', Fon?
tainbleau irogs, nor Burgundy enails. The deU
cacles or foreign countries are also embargoed,
and Russia has stopped sending its woodcocks,
hazel-hens and partridges; Italy its kids, larks
?nd pheasants; England its grouse and macke?
rel; Norway Its ealmon and snipes; Germany Its
hares and hams; Spain its quails and olives; Bel?
gium lie oysters and pigeons, and Holland its
turbots and herrings. In times before the war
the great absorbing question in Paris was, "ou
what shsU one dine?" but now the quest! in is,
"shat!one dine at all?" And a ccrrespond.nt
says that as the early bird obtains the first worm,
so It is the early diner at the restaurant sl.ine who
. cia secure the beefctea* with mushrooms.
-A Mumal Assurance Assoctton agaiust ri?k.s
arising out or the sh-ge, has been estabiidu d In
Paris upon the following plau: Tho city is divided
Into three zones, and a premium of one per cent.
Is charged on property situated within me inner,
two per cent, -ya the middle, and three percent
-*n We cuter i -ne. Half or the premium lt p.?ya?
hie In cash, and the remaining half la a note Bub
jeot to calls for the amount or claims the associa?
tion will be called upon to meet. Within a
week after the association was formed, assur
rances on fifty million dollars' worth of property
had been effected. The Paris newspapers contain
very little new3 and no advertisements except
those as to modes of extinguishing fires. A flre
proor compound, consisting or protoxide or calci?
um, ls offered at ?2 50 the square yard, and the
charge for common sand ls $2 the square yard,
laid down. Official notices cover the walls, giving
i aformation as to the precautions to be observed in
case or a bombardment. The court yards and up?
per rooms or houses are to be cleared ot combus?
tible materials; books, papers and curtains are to^
be removed; reservoirs of water and buckets*
filled with water are to be placed on every floor,
and bags or earth are to be provided to close the
openings into the basements.
Thc Popular Vote.
The following table shows the vote cast in
each county of the State in the elections o? j
1SGS, and thc o?icial vote, at the elections
of 1870, as far as reported :
Governor. | President.!
28211 1100! 840
1287! 1397, 637
A Reform Conference.
We understand that a conference of thc
representatives of the Reform party will be
he held in Colombia, next week, for the
purpose of taking into consideration the
dangers which beset the body politic, and
for adopting such ?neasr.res as may seem
best calculated to insure the protection of
society and the political redemption of the
State. That conference should express, in
council, the feelings and determination of
the white people of South Carolina, and we
urge every county to be represented, in its
deliberations, by one or its most able and
The canvass of the popular vote shows
with unmistakable clearness that the
Btrength of the two political parties-the
Radical party and the Conservative party
is relatively unchanged. In our anxiety to
conciliate the colored mao, we have gone
just as far as dignity and honesty permit. We
have accorded to tbe freedmen a full recog?
nition of all their public and private rights,
and from that recognition we cannot and
do not recede. Yet no impression of moment
has been made upon the negroes, and, as a
race, they as bitterly oppose the efforts of
the whites to reform the government as they
did two years ago. They are incapable of
conviction by reason ; ur they are satisfied
that a continuance of Radical rule will con?
fiscate to their use, under the forms of law,
the lands and the homesteads which, they
are taught to believe, belong of right to
their race. There is too much reason to
Tear that the colored man caonot be won by
jonciliation and forbearance, and, while we
lo not withdraw one syllable of oar ^.qui?
escence in his stat us as a citizen, the white
jeopleof the State cannot pander to his pas?
sions, nor allow bim to make the white race
lis political and social inferiors.
We cannot live as we are. The time is
ipproacbing when we must a ba nd ou our
lonatry or save it. The time has come when
he white people of the State should be fully
)rganized, politically and socially, in the
nterests of decency, security and peace.
. . - . . ?fa.
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THE O.vLAXT FOR NOVEMBER.
This magazine always has an attractive table
>t contents, and the Novembor number ls
>articulnrly Interesting. Tho leaden dullness
>f Mr. McCarthy's novel, and the chastity ran
)f Mark Twain, aro more tuan compensated
or by Overland, and the miscellaneous papers,
tmong which that of ex-Secretary Welles,
ipon "the lacts in relation to the expedition
>rdered by the administration of President
lincoln for Ute rwitel of the garrison of Fort
Sunder," U ot great historical value.
The November number, with a ano bust- of
Scranger as a frontispiece, comes to us from
Fogartie's and Russell's. The leading article,
rom tho QuarUriy Review, is aa excellent
;ssay upon the second great period of English
liston-. The paper from Blackwood "About
low the Old Egyptians Lived and Died" is
iven lasoinatlng in its Interest. There Is,
imong ethers, a second lecture, by Professor
leeley. upon the EngUsh Revolution ot the
Uneteenth Century, and we have, besides,
he first chapter of what promises to be a very
owe. lui story.
Citof among the contents of tho November
umber, which comes to us from Mr. John
lus ell's, are A Polyglot Empire, A Yankee on
ie Throne of Prance, and The Stone Annals o?
ae Past. Anthony Trollope's new novel, Slr
larry Hotspur of Humblethwaite is continued
The October number (Leonard Scott Pub
shing Company,) opens with a slashing re
iew ol' "Piccadilly, A Frommt of Conleui
orary Biography, by Laurence Oliphant."
liri's Deno ia continued-with increasing
?wer. There are J.1S.> articles on Boating on
ho Thamw, Strangers lu U*! Ilmue ot Corn?
ions, and the Fenian Rali on .Canada,. For
alo at J Oha Russia's.
MINISTER GAMBETTA told. a deputation of
two thousand persons that the salvation of
the French peopfe was in their own hands;
the government could not even supply them
with arms. This is too much. The French
peasantry are expected to shed their blood,
in a cause which they do not love, under
.the leadership of men whom they cannot
trust; and DOW they are invited to oppose
the shot gun and scythe blade to heavy artil?
lery and the needle-rifle.
A correspondent informs us that the per?
sons who stuffed the ballot-'^.ixes at two
precincts in Chesterfield County have been
arrested, and will have an examination to?
morrow. The ballot-stuffing reduced the
Reform majority in Chesterfield from 436
voles to 147 votes.
THE Wlnnsboro' News believes that from
three to fivo hundred illegal votes were cast
in Fairfield County, and advises that the
election be contested.
MRS. PINCKNEY'S BOARDING AND
DAT SCHOOL for young ladles, No. 58
Basel street. 0C13-3
HEBREW SCHOOL -THE ISRAEL?
ITES of this city are hereby notified that
the School for Instruction in Hebrew Language
and Jewish Religion opens THIS -DAT, at the Tab?
ernacle of the Hebrew Congregal lon, Hasel street.
Hours from 3 to 6 P. M. LEON STRAUS,
ANIGHT SCHOOL FOR COLORED
Citizens h?s been opened lu st. Peter';
behool House, Wentworth street. No distinction
of creed. Terms, 50 cents every other Monday. In
advance. Lessons every night rrom hair-past 7
o'clock. Saturdays and Sundays excepted. octlS
ENGLISH AND GERMAN SCHOOL, No.
.82'WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercises of
thlsinstuutlon embrace all the branches necessary
for a good English and Commercial education.1
The hours from 3 to 5 o'clock P. M. are devoted
io German lessons, viz: Grammar, Speaking.
Writing and Reading. Lessons in Drawing ano
Moulding every Saturday morning. The Night
School rrom 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 or Mr. J. MCDONALD,
Miss J. H.' ANGEL, Miss LEONHARDT, Miss J.
Vocal Muslo by Proressor F. BERCKHAN.
' C. H. BERGMANN,
Co a rain g.
PRIVATE BOARDING.-GOOD BOARD
at No. 93 Broad street_nov3-l*
BOARDING-PERM A N E N T AMD
TRANSIENT BOARD In a private family, on
line of City Cars. Also, oater Rooms for rent;
with cr without Board._novl-tnth2*
BOARD WANTED.-AN UNFURNISH?
ED Room, with board, for a gentleman and
wire, m a private family. Terms moderate, Ad?
dress "C," at this office. nov2
FOR RENT OR SALE, RESIDENCE AND
lar?c LOT, sou'heaat corner Charlotte and
KUzabeth streets. Apply to J. FRASER MA
TH K \> Ea. _oc:24-mtm*
TO RENT. THE HALL. SECOND STORY,
of Odd Fellows' Building, corner Ktntr and
Liberty streets. Possession given on theeth of
November. Fi r terras, apply at No. 667 King
TO RENT, A PORTION Ov A HOUSE,
with large piazza, kitchen and stable accom?
modations. Apply at So. 9 Society street
TO RENT, STORE No. 310 KING
STREET, a floe business stand, tn central
part of the city. Apply to S. R. MARSHALL,
corner Society and King streets._senas
FOR RENT OR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE in Orangebur? District situated
on Lyons Creek, three and a half mlle? rrom Hie
routh Carolina Railroad. The tract contains
?500 acres, sou rich rod clay, adapted to cotton,
corn, wheat, root crops and clover.
A splendid range for cattle; sunny hillsides lor
vineyards, and low lands for meadows. Lyons
Creek, a large, never-railing stream runs through
the estate, and furnishes one of the nu esc water
powers In the State.
A most valuable iron ore has been discovered
recently on the place.
The estate has on lt all the necessary farm
buildings, negro houses, barns, stables, gin
houses and small dwelling. It has been hi con
staut cultivation since the war, and the splendid
growing crop wonid give entire satisfaction.
It ls offered for rent or sale, on reasonable
Address Mrs. L M. REITT,
Society HUI, Darlln?io'i District, S. O.
Or P.. M. MARSHALL A BRO., No. 33 Broad
^ar?oare, dutlcrrj, Ut.
T o v E 8, Ac.
A KIXB ASSORTMENT OF
PARLOR, OFFICE AND COOKING STOVES,
Among which are : "
STEWART"!* PARLOR BASE BANNER, tho
Boothera Oom and the Cottage Cook, both Or?t
rate Cooking Stove?, with galvanized tanti,
warming closets, and other modern improve
A variety or HOUSE FURNISHING OOODS. con?
sisting of :
TEA TRAYS, or various patterns.
Toilet Palls, Mop Jare and Foot Tubs.
Dish Covers. Chafing Dishes, Urus.
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Razors.
Brooms, Brashes, Feather Dusters.
Wooden Bowls, Buckets, Wash Tubs. Ac.
Together wita TIN-WARE or our own manufac?
We are Sole Agents In thh c'ty for the celebrat?
ed UNION KEROSENE STOVES, and DUVAL'S
J. B. DUVAL A SON.
No. 337 King street.
nov3_One door n- r h of Liberty street.
Just received per English bark Annie Kimball,
and in Store, a fine assortment or Boys' Single
and DOUBLE GUNS, Breech Loading Guns, Duck
Guns, Dixon's Powder Flasks aud Shot Pouches.
Ac, and a select stock or Jos. Rodgers A SOD'S
Balanced Handle Dessert and Dinner Knives,
Pocket Cutlery, Scissors and Razors.
Now landlne per brig Gove rrom Liverpool, a
l.ne lot of ENGLISH POTWARE. consisting of
Ovens, Pots, Spiders, Ac.
In Store and arriving a full stock of PLOUGHS,
Corn Shelters, Hay Cutters. Cultivators, Harrows,
and ether AKricultural implements, which, to?
gether with the above, are ottered at the lowest
market rates, at wholesale and reta'.!.
SAM'L. R. MARSHALL, .
Agent Tor the Dodge's Perfect Plough",
And Ellerbe's Tra??planters.
No. 3U Klug street, rorner oi Society,
oct31-0 Sign of the Big Gun.
fiiiUhi'.'rn. innen Oocos, &t.
us. s WAT T a,
No. 274 KINO S T J; R RT.
Will THIS Dtv open
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF MILLINERY.
CONSIST? ;:u OK :
VELVET BON> E FS,
mvl-3 Ac, AC.
jQR. BING'S PILE REMEDY.
For sale by Da. n. BAER?
WANTED, TWO SERVANTS, A COOK
and House Serrant. Apply to CLAG
HORN, HE KR]NQ A CO., North Atlantic Wharf.
I "100K WANTED AT No. 31 MEETING
Vj stree:. Colored female preferred. nov3-2
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO
Cook and Wash, and make herself gene?
rally useful In a small family. Liberal wages will
be given. Apply at No. 272 Meeting street,
T?TANTED IMMEDIATELY, A GOOD
V y Cook and Chambermaid. Apply at the
corner of Church anil Market streets. nov3-i*
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A GOOD
Cook and Washer. Apply at No. 39 Bull
TXT ANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, WHO
1 V can write a good hand, a Situation in some
wholf sale store or factor's offioe. He ls willing to
work and make himself useful to his employer.
References given ir required. Address W. Y.. at
~\\TANTED, BY A GENTLEMAN,^\
YT Situation as Clerk or any light employ?
ment. Has reference. Address Box No. 186,
charleston. S. C. ' nov3-l*
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A SMALL
Horse, not more than 14 hands high, for
a lady to rh e and drive. Must be perfectly sound
and gentle. aj<i not more than elf.ht years old
Applv at t?ieU. S. Arsenal, between 10 and 12 M.
WANTED, A GOOD STEADY MAN,
accustomed to the use of the file. Inquire
at No. lol fceaufaln street._nov2-4*
WANTED, A SITUATION AS GOV
VE KNESS or Assistant Teacher by a
young lady who has had several yerra experi?
ence. She wm teach the UBUHI Englisu Branches.
Also, French, Latin and Music, ir desired. Best
or rererences given. Addr< ss P. 0. Box No. 357.
HOWE SERVANTS WANTED.-I
wish to hire a white man and a white woman,
Irish or German, the latter as cook and wa-her,
and the former to make bimseir generally u?erul
about the house. Husband and wife without
children prefer? cd. I live at Kingtree, a small
town aa the Northeastern Railroad, sixty-four
miles inna Charleston. Good wages given, and
paid monthly ii desired. Make application tn me
at the Pavilion Hotel, accompanied by recom?
mendations on Wednesday or Thursday, the 21
and 3d or November, or afterthat time at Klng
siree. S. C. SAMUEL W. MAURICE. novl-3
WANTED, A VESSEL TO BRING
Rough Rice from the South to this mar
ket. Apply at thia office. _oct29
COMPANION OK HOUSEKEEPER.
A lady or cheerful disposition, to whom
s? iary would be no object, desires to obtain em?
ployment aa a governess, lady's companion or
nous' keeper, either in the ci<y or country. An
interview or any rurther information may be had
by ail resslng P, DAILY NKWB office. on 28
WANTED TO RENT IMMEDIATELY,
a small HOUSE, Address Z. A., at this
WANTED TO RENT OR PURCHASE,
a small ,HOUSE. Address S. E., NEWS
IF YOU WANT A GOOD SEWING
Machine, and a cheap one, go to LUNS
FuRD'S, m Queen street, and you will find it.
AGENTS WANTED-($225 A~MONTH)
by the AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE
CO.. Boston. Masa., or St. Louts, Mo. octl3 Imo
WANTED-AGENTS, ($20 PER DAY)
to sell tbe celebrated HOME SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE. Has the "under-reed,"
maltes the "lock stich" (alike on both sides) and
ls nilly licensed. The best and cheapest Family
Sew lng Machine in the market. Address JOHN?
SON, CLARK A CO., Boston. Mass., Pittsburg,
Pa., Chicago, m., or St. Louis. Mo. octn-lmo
WANTED TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House. Address "House," NBWS
r^REAT BARGAINS IN LANDS.-I
Vj oflvrfor sale, at a gr?at sacrifice, and on
accommodating term?. 5000 acre* or valuable
LANDS, on west bank ol Watcrec (.iver and
Spear's Creek, teu inlles below Camden, and
twenty east of rolnmbla, op< oi-bo nido cf thc
river, and within five milt* or Buy kin's Depot, on
the Camden Branch Ri un md. The Charlutte anil
Columhla Railroad runs within il norn miles, and
tbc road being built ri om Sn m i cr viii ? lo Columhla
.vi tri in twelve miles. Thc river navigable all
rue year round. Produce shipped to thc Cain
?ic.i Branch Railroad Bridge, thence to wilming?
ton or Charleston. Tlie health of the coumry ls
perfect. 1000 acres rich River and Creek bottom",
producing, finely, Cotton. Corn, small grain, ard
especially adapted to Steck raising. 500 head of
cattle could be kept wuhout any reeding, ano
reaiily sold on the place. 4000 acres Upland
Pine Lands, with a large portion ot Creek bot.
toms, eoe acres cleared and under renee, thc
balance ?nely Umbered with Pine. Hiere is a One
Residence on the place, with Springs convenient,
and Cabins for laborers. Will be sold lu a body,
or two or more separate tracts to suit, ir not
sold previously, they will tie acid at Public Auc?
tion, in Columbia, on the first Monday in Decem?
For term--, apply to E. O. D03Y. or JAMES
DAVIS, Camden, f. C. A Map can be Feen at otlcc
or J FKASER MATHEWES, Real Es'ate Agent,
Charleston, ft C._nnv3-i
FOR SALE, HOUSE AND LOT No. 32
Rutledge Btreet, oppose Bee street. Apply to
No. 63 St. Phillp Htreet._oct22-stnth6?
FOR BALE.-A SUPERIOR SEVEN
OCTAVE PIANO will be sold low if ap.
pited r?r immediately. Apply at thia office.
FOll SALE, THAT LARGE AND ELE
GANT three story Brick Residence, situated
at the northwest corner or Pitt and cmhoun
streetB. Terms easy. Apply to W. J. McKERALL,
Marlon, S. 0._Julyl3-mth
LOOKOUT ! LOOKOUT !-G 0 TO
KLEIN'S, No 339 King Btreet. take your
time, and bcu ali thc beautiful FRI'I r which has
been received per slimmer Champion, such as ex
t> a um* huge Apptes, new Dates, Maiaga Gnu cs.
Chestnuts, Fig-?, Tamarinds, very s-w-et Havana
orang' R uud Lemons. 25c. a dozen; ?.?so, 200 dozen
extra linc large hggs, with numerous othtr arti?
cles. All cheap ! cheap ! cheap I Bananas- or |
course cheap too-50c. a dozen; extra Urge un^s,
thc b> st or all. New Germau bu ur Kraut.
pPEAT BARGAINS IN BLACK AND
VT ann 001/IREDSILKS al MELCHER-4 A MI'L
LKK, No. 217 King sucer._novl-5
CU \ KC\C\ -FOR SALE, A LONG
i&^lzO\ f\J, KSTABLISHBL ii L ? 1 .
NESS, (Retail.) paying a net pronto! f ivo i?r an?
num. Ainnie time given a purchaser to ?earn thc
business. This is a rare chance for an active man
io secure a permanent raconte. Busings* doue.
wholly for cash. Persons bavins the "ttfr-npa"
and meaning business may address "ij.ooc In?
come," Box v, DAILY NBWS OtrJce, giving real
FOR SALE.-I HAVE ON HAND AND
for salo another supply of second-hand
Sewing Machines, or vanotis makers, which I
will dispose or veiw cheap. tiaH and? examine at
So. 27 Queen street. J. LUNSFORD.
?JOR SALE, THREE FARMS, TWO
miles fron the Putt Royal Itailmad, In
toe Whippy Swamp nclgnborfcu'id. Ore Farm
contains :?- > nciva, one ii?j acres, aud one iou
rwa-es. E:ich Kum contains one. htuidred auroa
irooil pinn thu land, with two or (luce comfort
nbie cabins ou each: also well ttnii>ered. good
range for cattle and lioji>.: and perfectly healthy
ul '.hf scacon". For panicitsirs apply MK. D.
IL, BarnwellVillaam. ' ?navio
AT PRIVATE SALE. - HANDSOME
AND DESIRABLE IUMDENCK IN TUE
HEALTHY AND OKOWlNU YO A'S OF FLOR?
ENCE. S. c.-Ali tiwi LOT OK (.AND. measuring
275 lett on Irby ?tree', HUI! li? I cet ou Evans
street, with the neat and handsome two story
Dwelling House, Kitchen. StaWrs, storehouse.
Dalry aud all necessary outbuildings. Thedwe 1
lng has Kix comfortable room.-. All the build?
ings are lu excellent order. On t he pre .nisei arc
a choice selection or rrult trees, grape vines and
?bade trees; also, an cxcelleut vegetable garden,
flood well of pure water, lu all, the entire
premises are in splendid order, and regarded a
mose desirable residence, and located In the
lashlonable street. Ti.e'terms will bc reasonable
to au acceptable party. Apply to or address
GEORGE .Mci). STULL.
Real R?tate Agent,
octlC-mth2mos Florence. S. C.
A GENCY FOR THE PERUVIAN
The subscribers having been appointed Local
Agent? tar the sale of PERUVIAN UbANO, wonld
respell ally informed manufacturers ami dea.'-.n'
Jiat they win denver fruin woreaouae*, as wen
MI rrom ?hips direct on arrlvsl irom thc Peruvian
Islands. PURK PERUVIAN GUANO, at the Gene
ral Agent's price In New York, to wit: Sixty
lollara, goM.ou delivery. Every cargo win be
uspect-'i and analVtCU by Professor SUhPARD.
lift Huttracuory guarantee* or IM quality and
jurtty wm always be furnish?*! when desired.
GEO. Vtr. WILLIAMb i CC.,
PYTHAGOREAN LODGE, No. 21, A. F.
M.-A Regular Commanlcatton of tue above
Lodge will be held at Masonic Hall, THIS (Thara
day) Ev KN INO, at 7 o'clock.
Candidates for the M. M. Degree wlU be punc?
By order of the W. IL Ii. STEWART.
YOUNG AMERICA FIRE COMPANY.
The Regular Monthly Meeting will be held
THIS (Thursday) EVENING, at Market Hall, at 7
o'clock. Members are requested to bc punctual
Bv order. J. S. WESTENDORFF.
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH
CAROLINA.-An Extra Meeting of this So?
ciety will be held at the Hall of the Society, cor?
ner of East. Buy and Broad street?, entrance on
Kast Bay, THIS EVENING, 3d instant. Meeting will
be railed to order at half-past 7 P. M.
nov3 ROSWELL T. LOGAN, Secretary.
NIAGARA FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
No. 8.-Tho 9th Anniversary Meeting of
your Company will be held Tni3 AFTERNOON', at 5
o'clock, for the election of officers for the ensuing
By order of the President.
ni>v3-l? _ J. M. HOLLOWAY, Secretary.
GRAND LODGE OF ANCIENT FREE?
MASONS OF SOUTH CAROiJ??A.-The An?
nual Communication of. *>e Mo3t Worshipful
Grand Lodge, of Ancient Freemasons of S>mth
Ca'ollna.-vr;7i be holden at Masonic Hall, Charles?
tom bu TPi.8DA?ythe I5tbol November. 1870, com?
mencing at high VJ.
The Presidents pf the various Railroads and the
Capta lus or SteHnib?atB have kindly permitted not
only the Grand Officers and Delegates, but all Ma?
sons a?d their families to pass and repass f rone
fare. Thu full fare is to be paid at the point of
starting, and re tm n tickets will be furnished upon
the Masons presenting a certifica:e o: member?
ship from their respective Lodges.
Worshipful Masters, nnd Wardens nnd Dele?
gates of Subordinate Lodges, Grand Officers and
Past-Masters, will take due notice, and govern
B. RUSH CAMPBELL,
fl^The Columbia Phoenix will copy three times,
3d, loth and <Lth November, anil send bill to the
Grand Secn-tary. ni>v3 Ui2mtui
CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY COM?
PANY.-The Annual Mating of this Com?
pany will be held at their office No. 2 Chamber
or Commerce Budding, Broad street, on MONDAY,
7th November, at which time an election ror eight
(8) Directors will take place. Thc polls will be
opcued from 10 to-2 o'clock.
By order. EVAN EDWARDS,
NOTICE.-THE MEMBERS OF THE
SOUTH CAROLINA CLUB ore requested to
meet at Columbia loth Novi-mtW. 1870. Appli?
cations for membership must be sent to WADE
MANNING, Treasurer, at Columbia. G.
R. E. ELLISON, Jr..
oct3-mthl2 Secretary a. C.|Club.
^SS?EE YOUR LIFE!
ASSURE YOUR LIFE
IN A PURELY MUTUAL SOUTHERN COMPANY !
THE POLICY-HOLDERS' LIFE AND TONTINE
ASSURANCE COMPANY or the South is thc only
Purely Mutual Southern Company. .
No stock capitol to take toll from the surplus.
All surplus belongs to the policy-holders, and will
be reiuiued to them annually in the reductl nor
PTEMIUMS, or applied to thc purchase of rever?
sionary uddhions to thc folley, or will bc credited
to the Policy-holder, and Interest thereon com?
pounded annually at whatever rate the Company
may realize on Its Investments, to be paid with
thc Policy, or may be withdrawn and applied to
the payment of future premiums. Tuc FIRST
mode will reduce the amount of future premiums.
The second mode secures an annual Increase of
the POLICY. Tue third mode provides a lund
payable with the POLICY, or that may be applied
to thc payment of r?;tnre premiums, if the neces?
sities of tue policy-h Oder should require it.
The advantages of Lifo Assurance have sfen 11
Ia-)ir?it?d in several caws in this city reccatly.
The following notes refer to jue of the cases:*
POLICV-HOLDKKS' LtFUANP TONTINE ASSCBANCE )
COMPANY tl F THU NOl'TT, Ni). 29 BROAD ST , }
CHARLESTON, S. C., September30,1370. )
Hulton Lee, tsq.:
?3AK Sm-The "proofs ol death'' or -.he late W.
E. to*****t assured lij this Company under policy
No. 17, ror $^000, Bul alttird by you on behair or
his widow and child.cn, luve been approved by
thc Company, ami thc claim passed fur payment
at maturity of thc policy. Or the Company will
pay cash on the pr<sentallon of the policy duly
receipted, less the usual bank discount for the
tune lt has to ruo. ,
WM. MCBURNEY. President.
CHARLESTON AD ENC Y MONUMENTAL FIRE CO., \
CuAhLEsro.'', S O.,' October 24, 1870. j
lfm. MaBurney, Zag., President, Charleston, S. C.:
DEAR SIR-The friends or Mrs. M****? advise
that she allow thc policy on the lire or her hus?
band, in your Company, to run to maturity, and
she has determined upon this course.
Very truly, yours, HCTSON LEE.
Thc Company has on deposit with the Comp
troler-Geoeral or this state $'0,01750 in the
Stocks and Itoud.s ot tho State, for the security or
POLiCY-HOL-ETta, and the raUh of t.'ia state ls
pledged for it s s ifi-kccpmg.
The Company li issuing al! tho most approved
kinds of Life and Endowment Po icios.
Arply a: No. 29Broad sir<et.
G' ORGE E. BOGUS,
Secretary and General Agent.
P. M. PORCHER, I
Gineroi Agent for South Carolina.
JOHN H. SIMONS.
Local Agent, Charleston, S. C._novl
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
08QAN12ED nt 1869.
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITASLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST UAHH DIVIDEND (FUTZ-) ?0 PKB CENT.
Pniicjs lu loree.i26,?oo,oa
Aunnal Income...... soo.o<o
buttes Paid. 6co,ooc
W. H. PF.CKUAM, President.
WM. T. HOOKER, Vlce-PrtrtW
L. MCADAM, secretary and Actuary.
Hon. John A. Dix, New York.
Hon. James Harper, t-'irm of Harper A Brus., ex
Mayor New York,
john J. Graue, President Bank Republic
Wm. M. Vermilye. Banker, (Vcrmiiye A Co.)
Unas. G. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Bankin;
Hon. George Opydyko, cx^Iayor New York.
Minot C. Morgan, Banker.
Thomas Rigney, Firm Thomas Rigney A Oo.
Beaj. B. Hhermau, Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Henning Company.
Aaron Arnold, Pirm ot Arnold, Constable A Co.
menard H. Bowne, Wetmore Jt Bowne, Lawyere,
S. V. Haughwout. Kinn E. V. Hang?wout A Go.
<Vm. Wakens, Firm uf wakens A Cc
Jullu? H. Prttt, Mcrcnaut.
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. starr. Merchant.
William Alien. Merchant.
Geo. w. Ourler, Bunker. Palmyra, N. Y.
deo.T. Hope, President Continental Fire instr
John G. Sherwood, Part Place,
walton H. Peckham, corner Fifth Avennc a.v
'-edward H. Wright, Newark. S. J.
fleo. W. Farlee, Counsellor^
L. Cogsvsfil, MerChah.
KTEIM &. IsttgRTSL,
G?nerai Ages? for South ca rotin H and Gui reis,
Office Nc 40 Broad street,
Charleston, s. C.
Dr. T.RSKSSTJSKSA, Elfcmmtog Phnnot?n.
gIBEENIA N HALL.
Contloncd success and last night but two of the
CHAPMAN SISTERS AND THE FAVORITE
COMEDIAN, C. B. BISHOP.
THUllSUAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 3,1870,
Thc beautiful Operatic Burlesque,
CINDERELLA. OR THE LOVER, THE LACQ?EY
AND THE GLASS SLIPPER.
Clorinda.Mr. C. B. BISHOP.
Messrs WALLACE and WOOD in their Musical
To commence with,
YOUR LIFE'S IN DANGER.
John Strong.Mr. C. B. BISHOP.
SS-Grand Family Matinee on SATURDAY. FRI.,
DAT Benefit of thc Chapman Sisters. SATURDAY,
Benefit of Mr. Bishop. _nov3
^CADEMI OF ll ? SIC.
Lessee.Miss LAURA KEENE.
(Also, of Theatre, Savannah.)
THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING.
First time this season of Boucicauifs Romantic
H UN? ED tOW??
o-. TUE TWO LIVES OF MARY LEIGH.
MARY LEIGH..;.LAURA KEENE.
FRIDAY EVENING-The great Parisian Sensation,
Seats secured at the box office during thc day.
Doors open at 7 o'clock, overture at f> o'clock.
CAD EMT OF MUSIC.
W. M. HOLLAND.Lessee and Manager.
JOSEPH MCAFDLE.Business Manager.
The great tragedian
Supported by Miss LILLIE, Mr. W. HARRIS and
W. M. HOLLAND'S Di -trnatlc Company.
For five nights, commencing
MONDAY, NOVEMBER, 7 1870.]
MONDAY. November 7.:.RICHELIEU.
TUESDAY, November 8.DAMON A PYTHIAS.
THURSDAY, November 10.KING LEAR.
FRIDAY, November ll.
General admission $1. Reserved seats SI 50.
Family Circle 50 cents. Gallery 25 cents. Boxes
$7 50 and $15.
Two Grand Performances SATURDAY AFTER?
NOON and EVENING, November 12 on which occa?
sion the Elfin Star, Miss EFFIE JOHNS, wm
Special trains will be ron to accommodate par?
ties at a distance, and seats can be secured by
mail or telegraph from this date at Holmes's Book
House, corner Wentworth and King streets.
MOMS F. C. WELLS, Agent.
The Tournament will take place on FRIDAY,
November 4th, at Fair Grounds. The Kinghts to
assemble at Mills House Stables, Chalmers
street, at o A. M., in fan Costume.
The following are the Prizes:
1st. A fine Bay Horse, five years old.
2d. A fine Summerset Saddle, Chefaey Blt and
Sd. A fine Set Single Harness.
T. F. CHCPEIN, J
JAMES M. NELSON, \ Committee,
octal T. T. CHAPEAU, ?_
SHERWOOD JOCKEY CLUB,
BARNWELL COURTHOUSE, S. C.
The Annual Meeting will commence on WED?
NESDAY, December 21st, 1870, and continue
FIRST DAY. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21.
First Race-Sweepstake, 2 mlle dash. Thirty dol?
lars entrance. Free to all horses.
Second Race-Sweepstake, mile and repeat.
Twenty dollars entrance. For horses owned In
SECOND DAY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22.
First Race-Sweepstakes, mlle and repeat.
Twenty dollars entrance. Free to all horse*.
Second Race-Sweepstake, mile dash. Fifteen
dollars entrance. For horses owned In Barnwell
THIRD DAY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23.
First Race-Sweepstake, one and a half mlle
dash. Twenty-five uollars entrance. Free to all
Second Race-Sweepstake, halfmile and repeat.
Ten dollars entrance. For horses owned in Barn?
/ry To each of the foregoing races the Club
win add plate or money.
Sweepstake, three-quarter mlle dash. Ten dol?
lars po*t entrance. Opened to all horses who
have run during the meeting. Beaten horses al
lowid ave pounds. General J. HAGOOD,
President Sherwood Jockey Club.
Dr. JOHN S. STONEY, Secretary. nov3-th2
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC HALL,
COMMENCING SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. L
The assemblies will be as follows : MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS from
4 to 0 O'Clock, and TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY NIGHTS from half-past 7 co 10.
Admission to Night Assemblies 50 cents; Chil?
dren 25 cents. Tickets in packages of twelve, $3.
c-e of Skates, 25 cents.
Afternoon Assemblies, Ladles and Children, In?
cluding use of Sates, 25 cents; Gentlemen, includ?
ing use of bkates, 60 cents.
Season tickets of admission (good for all assem?
blies during three months) for gentlemen $5; for
ladles $3; for gentlemen and lady $7 50.
?mien t&ooos, tot.
rjME EMPORIUM FOR ALL KINDS
TOILET ARTICLES, COMBS, HAIR BRUSH?
ES, Ac. 4c,
OF ENGLISH AND FRENCH MANUFACTURE,
Together with the choicest assortment of Genu?
ine French and German COLOGNES AND EX
TRACT.-? now to be found in the States, and which
c : nuot be replenished nntll thc termination of the
war, ls at the
LUBIN'S EXTRACTS OF FORTY DIFFERENT
ALL ORNAMENTAL HAIR WORK,
Now so absolutely necessary for the humnn head
divine, can be found in endles-i variety at the
QTERLING SILVER FORKS AND
RY THE OUNCE OR DOZEN.
Sent to any part of tho country per Express
C. O. D.
Photographs of different patterns sent by mall
Our facilities for manufacturing enable us to
give selections from the largest variety of pat?
terns and at the lowest price. No extra charge
BALL. BLACK A CO.,
505 and 587 Broadway,
Jnlyl?-lyr New York.
jyjESSRS. DAYTON & TULLY
Have leased thc Grand Stand at the Fair Grounds.
Refreshments or all kinds served dally. Can dine
a thousand people dally. novl-6*
rjlHE BEST SEWING MACHINE.
ir you wl-h to purchase the be?: Lock-stitch
SEWING MACHINE yet made, capable ol doing
all klmts of Wi?n>, with the LEAST NOISK aid
the LFT.wr LABOR, at a moderate price, cali and
WILSON'S IMPROVED SEWING M YCHINE,
now tlret o ie red to tho public in tills Stale by
W. G. DUVAL.
' Agent :or tuc aiate,
HOY2-? Corner of Liberty and Klug streets. '
QHOICE OREGON SALMON.
A supply Just received c? _*
S. W. corner Meeting and Market streets.
j^JADEIRA SHERRIES, BRANDY, tc
SOOTH SIDE MADEIRA-Welch Brothers.
Imperial Pale Sherry,
Amontillado Sherry, Yeast A Co.
Cabinet Sherry, I Garvey
Vino DePasto Sherry, ' A
Superior Pale Sherry, Harmony.
Pale Table Sherry, j
Hennessey Brandy, 1
Martel! Brandy. I Vintage 1849 and 1864.
Otard, DuPuy A Oo.'s [Vintage 1868 and 18?.
Jamaica and St. Croix Rum.
La Rose Claret i
Margeaux Cl ir?t,
ot- JU'..en claret, ? In hogsheads and cases.
Sauterne Claret, J
Champagne. 1 .
Sparkling JohannesbergerJ Qaart8 and pmta?
Pure Port and Burgundy wines.
BASS' PALE ALE-Quarts and pints.
Jeffrey's Edlnburg Ale-Pints.
German Lager-Quarts and pinta
For sale hy
nov3-ths2 KLLirCK, WI?KENBERO A CO.
TJ BAN" DIES.
1-8 and 1-5 casks "Marett." "Mnet. Oastillon *
Co.," "A. 5eynette" FRENCH BRANDIES.
Barrels and half barrels North Caro ina Peach
and Apple Brandies.
Barrels of Cherry, Blackberry and Dornest!?
Brandies. For sale low by
' W. H. CHAFER A CO.,
nov3-3 No. 207 East Bay street.
p 0 R K .
10 barrels PORK NECKS
25 barrels Pork Rumps
7 barrels Prime Mess Pork
G barrels Mess Pork.
For sale by W. H. CHAFEE A CO.,
nov3-3 No. 207 East Baft.
-^r H I S K I E S .
Barrels and half barrels of "NECTAR," "CABI
N+T," "Bourbon" and "Rye," and "Corn" Whis?
key. A full supply at low pries.
For sale by W. H. OHAFEE A CO.,
nov3-3 No. 207 East Bay.
unarter casks MADEIRA, SHERRY AND PORT
WINES, all grades.
Gases Claret. Port, Hock, Madeira, Sherry, and
"Dry Verzenay Champagne" Wines.
For sale by W. H. CHAFEE A CO.,
nov3-3 No. 207 East Bay street.
16 bbls. Pure APPLE CIDER
16 half bbb. Pure Apple Cider .
io boxes, pint bottles, Arpie Cider.
Just received and for suie by . -
W. H. CHAFES A 00.,
nov3-s No. 207 East Bay.
Jg UTTER, LARD AND CHEESE.
Tubs Cholee GOSHEN BUTTER
Tu'* Western Butter
Tierces Leaf Lard v
Firkins Leaf i ard V
Pails Leaf Lard
Pads Extra Lard
"Knglish Dairy," "Prime Factory," "Goshen
For 'ale by W. H. CHAFEE A CO.,
nov3-3 No. 207 East Bay.
Jg ASTERN HAY.
-30O bales prime EASTERN HAY.
Landing, and for sale by
nov3-2* H. BULWINKLE A CO.,
QNIONS AND POTATOES.
200 bbls. Fine '-Jackson White" POTATO ES J*
50 bbl*. Ouions. ,
Now landing at Central Wharf, and for sale by
J. A. E N'S LOW A CO.,
nov3-l_No. 141 East Bay.
J^ANDED FROM fi. B. GOVE:
2 cases FreBh SCOTCH-SALMON, 2 pound.
Underwood's Fresh SALMON, 1 and 2pound
Underwood's Fresh Lobsters. 1 and 2 pound
Sardines. Preserved Meats, Fate" d'Fole. Ac, Ac
For sale by D. PAUL A CO.
JJ^ADEIRA AND SHERRY WINES.
- quarter casks Floe MADEIRA
- quarter casks Good Pale Sherry
- quarter casks very Superior Garvey Sherry
- cases Clarets, Sauternes
A few Baskets of Heidseick and Clicquot CHAM?
PAGNES. For sale by
D. PAUL A ca,
DOV2-2_No. 47 Broad street.
JEFFREY'S EDINBURGH ALE.
20 casks, pints, or the above
io casks Bass's Pale Ale
10 casks Hlbbert's Brown Stout
10 casks Bremen Lager Beer.
All In fine condition and for sale by
nov2-2 D. PAUL A CO.
AVIS'S DIAMOND HAMS AT WHOLE?
SALE AND RETAIL.
10 tlcrcrs DAVIS'S DIAMOND HAMS.
For sale by J. P. KIEP,
N. E. cor. Wentworth and Rutledge streets.
?jyj 0 L A SSESI MOLASSESI
50 ntida. CUBA MOLASSES. ) PERFECTLY
100 bbls. Cuba Molasses, y
"0 bbls. Muscovado Molasses, ) SWEET.
For sale by J. A. ENSLOW A CO.,
novi-tnth2 No. 141 East Bay.
?pLOUB, SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, ftc.
J E P P 0 RDS St CO.,
NOS. 17 and 19 VENDUE RANGE, OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET RATES:
500 bbls. Fresh Ground FLOUR
' 25 h Dds. Choice Clear Rib Sides
20 hhds. Prime Smoked Shoulders
10 tierces Choice S. C. Haras
10 tierces Pure Leaf Lard
25 bbls. Heavy city Mesa Pork
20.000 pounds Prime Dry Salt Slues
10,000 pounds Dry Salt Bellies
100 sa< ka Rio Coffee
150 bbls. Relined Sugars
loo cases 2 and a Tb, Fresh Tomatoes
76 cases Fresh Peaches
loo cases, l and 2 rb, Fresh Oysters.
J^EW YORK ELEPHANT BAGGING.
Rolls of the above choice heavy BAGGING,
'Elephant" brand, constantly for sale by
oct?6-tuthslmo MORDECAI ft CO.
R SALE BY
PAUL, WELCH Sc BRANDES,
NO. ?3 EAST BAY.
APPLES, GRAPES, BANANAS,
Orango, RateinB, Cocoanuta
Lemons, Figs, Currants,
Citron, Fr un et<, Assorted J^uia,
Assorted Paney and Priz-? Candles, ftc
jpRUIT ! FRUIT ! FRUIT !
1,600 buoches BANANAS, Red
25,ooo half husked Oocoanuts
Landing this day rrom sehr. G. Washington,
and ror sale by
PAUL, WELCH A BRANDES,
No SIS East Bay.
C BART A CO.
oct31-l Nos. 65 and 59 Market street/
AR FOR SALE.
loo barrels on wharf
loo barrels to arrive
20 barrels Fish (N. C. Mullets)
20 barrels Yam Potatoes. Apply on
0Ct23 MARSHALLS WHARF.
EATH & RICE,
No. 9 HA TNB STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, CIGARS.
Have on hand, and are dally receiving, a large
and well selected stock of the above, winch they
offer on Uxe'rSaat favorable terms.
We baw still retained the services of Mr. JOB
DAWSON, who will be pleased to see his friend?.
JJOMOOPATHIC BEILE DIES.
A FULL ASSORTMENT yost recel ved bj 4
Da. IL RAER,
*tJl No 131 Meeting street.