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No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S. 0.
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? * SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1870.
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NEWS OF TELE DAT.
-Gol? closed in New York, yesterday, at
-Cotton closed quiet, with uplands at 17 Kc
-In Liverpool cotton closed buoyant; uplaads
?Kd., Orleans OXU.; sales 18,000 bales.
-Joe jefferson has been playing for eleven
areekato large audiences at Booth's theatre, New
-The long continuing suspense over the imme?
diate future of Spain Is removed by the annonnce
mont of the official ao*ptancc of the Spanish
throne by the Duke of A'*ta. .
-A Tribune correspondent at Metz telegrHidn
oe the Sd: "lam Informed from trustworthy
sourcesTb*t the Prussians have founJ In Uicnxii,
izinea. and arsenals of the forts stores of au kinds,
lncInning*pr?visions sufficient for the maintun
caoe of the garrison until March.
._A Washington paper gives an elaborate des?
cription of General Grant's stables, which com?
prise twelve.fast animals, and a large supply of
carriages, wasons, phaetons and other luxuries
on rf he> ls. Some of the harness la heavily moun?
ted with gold, an? other sets are richly laden with
?liver. It ts said the President takes the greatest
-interest tn his horses, and goes Out with them so
often that "his form ls better known to the pul lie.
than that of any of his predecessors."
. -The Germans expelled from France have re?
ceived an In lunation from the government that
their claims to compensation must be con s ned to
actual losses, an<i must not extend to coinpen.ia
tlon for ill-1 reatm eat. Some of the t rus s lan d ls
trlctB have furnished the .returns requested by
Cooiit Bismarck as to the injuries indicted on
them by France ln l8S6-'8, by requisitions, fines,
bum Tog * and . other devastations. The tc tal
amounts to 246 million thalers.
-When the boigie sounded the recall for the
.regiment, of dragoon guards, (Prussian,) on ;ho
evening following the battle of Metz, eo2 riderless
hones answered the familiar signal of their own
m accord. Some bf them came dashing gay ly np;
others, again, came np ata weary-walk, and yet
-others, pressed forward, halting painfully on three
?feet, or covered with blood and woonda. Rut
they all took their wonted places tn the rank- of
the regiment, and, as they ranged themselves into
line, tho entity saddles upon their backs were fad
reminders of the probable fate of their absimt
-A new drama, called "Wealth," has been pro?
duced at the H oyal ty Theatre, London. It sets
forth tho old teaching that contentment is rar
above gold', and that poverty at Camden Town ls
' -greatly preferable' to affluence in Belgravia. '.Tie
audience accepts this inculcation with implicit
faith apparently; certainly they applaudit wann
ly; and yet, says the Pall Mall Gazette, then is
.probably uoone among them who would not . vii
Ilngly allow his moral nature to be experimented
opon in the way of increasing his worldly posiies
apastoss. if such an ordeal could anyhow be con?
trived for him.
- -A London telegram of Wednesday says: "A
-cabinet council.to-day resolved to pardon O'Dono
,xan flossa and other Fenian prisoners. It is tJso
?tated at the connell that the surrender of Metz
jaaathe result of an understanding between Ba?
zaine and Bismarck, In favor of Napoleon, but the
Empress had refused to assent to the intrigue,
sod had gone to Wllhelmsbohe to protest against
lt. .io regard to M. Thiers's negotiations, a long
^uac^ss/on occurred In the council, resulting In a
determination to urge Prussia to consent to an
armistice, without insisting on the recognition of
tte principle or a cession of territory by France
u -Ltjeems now quite certain that Klug William
wm, at the dose, of the present war, be proclaimed
groperor or Germany. He ls evidently lu very
floe spirits over the developments or the past few
daya, and' has already assumed some of the pie
rogativos er Emperor by creating the Crown
Prince liad' Prince" Frederick Charles ileld
mi rs hal s. These appointments are signillcan : io
" connection with the strong rumor of the cont log
empire/ The Ring-has also given expression to
mr goodwill 'toward Oeheraf Von Moltke by
threating hinVa'couut: Bismarck thus Tar' seems
cot to have been so*-particularly remembered, but
hi? day. will doubtless come.
-The Parts papers are fljled with details of the
enrolment or volunteers from the National Guard
Coi active service. A platform was built on Place
d? Pantheon, on which was placed the motto,
, "Ottizen?, the country ls In danger." Onder this
were iatcmed tne dates or n?landlS70. The
drums beat ? charge', and as" the crowd lilied the
square the roar of cannonading beyond the valla
could 6e heard. The mayor thon delivered a pa?
triotic address, at" the' close" of which thousands
passed forward to enroll their. names. The'loth
battalion or the Natjoual Guard volunteered, en
masse. IQ the schools, boys over 16 years of'age
-drtu daily. lt ls jlaimed that such a formidub.e
system or defence has been arranged by barri
bades, thai lt will be lmposiib?e to take Parin by
? -^Tbe traditional oratory of the red man ha? no
?ter representative than Red Cloud, the Ogalial
I?h chiof. Last m .nth the Indian Commission
had a "ta*." with this redoubtable chler B.nd. his
bMv?'aV (fort Laramie, at which, after a pn.yer
by Friend Brunet and one by Red Cloud, in wiich
all .the indiana Joined, the. great Ogallallah deliv?
ered ai oration, in whloh he accused Great Father
Grant oj violati g tua pledge- to him that no v, hite
men should pass.through his land. Be continued:
"li I had ?hr.ee or four pieces or land I would give
?orne to the Great Fatner; but as 1 only have this
?ce?, l?thlnk he should let me live tn peace o a it
T*e Great Father ha? houses nlied with gold stolen
f^^? linds. I bot want him to de ns Juanee.'
^^LS^d** .l?*>* . us' we are near 10 lae sunset; '
med to h? ac the ?mrl?eo*t haroiiearv brain !
and sense, and want my rights. The white men
make their money by cheating. Some who are
sm at c take advantage of'those who have not mach
brains, and dri?e hard bargains with them. They
can't do BO with me; I have brains. I am not mad j
if my Great Father has told me stories, but he has j
made me and m j people ashamed, and thrown
shame on himself. I told the Great Father that if |
the white men kept off my land, there would be j
peace; if they come on, there will be war."
'. -Did it-not occur in the midst of-events of far
greater importance? the proposed interview "be?
tween the Count of Chambord and thc Count of
Paris would be a noteworthy historical incident.
The peasantry of La Vendee, a number of the
occupants of the chateaus of France, and sundry
modera representatives of the Faubourg st. An?
toine Btyle the Count of Chambord Henry V, and
regard him as the legitimate ruler of France. A
considerable section of the FreochraMdic class,
on the other ''hand, . consider the Count of j
Paris the heir of thevHouse of Orleans, as;
the most., desirable successor to the royal
dignity. Amid the parties which a restora?
tion of peace will bring into renewed activity j
dn France, the Legitimists and O/leanists might
individually be of little account. Unit?d, how?
ever, they may assume some-impon ance- The
eider branch of the House or Bourbon closes with
the Count of Chambord, the grandson of Charles
X and a childless maa of fifty, in default of j
issue from this quarter, the House of Orleans be?
comes the direct Une of succession, and the grand?
son or Louis Philippe unites the claims of both.
Meanwhie, the world views with supreme uucon?
cern a coalition between the two scion* or royalty,
and the new Republic probably considers tills as
one of the least of its dangers.
The Popular Vote.
The following table shows the vote crt3t in
each countv of the State in the elections of
1868, and th? official vote, at the elections
of 1870, 03 far as reported :
186$. I 186S. I lSTo.
2D DIST KIO -
?fil' ill .'TR I T -
O. "ll.-.- -.
i Laure UM. ...
I22??S 66 1:11156
31)71 10S| 3545
493? 601 6383
3343 501 3190
2957 1153 3057
958 62ii 841
?fl ,246 247t>
24M SUS 999
MU 1064 N<> e<
.2&:i noe MO
12671 1&.7 637
841 j 1574
3ttt?5 1680 I
97486 t 92750
According lo these returns, which are
taken from the official statements, the ma?
jority of Governor Scott, in the counties enu?
merated, is 25,059. To this most be added
the following majorities, claimed by the
Scott party: Lancaster 232, Clarendon 772,
Beaufort 5 OOO, liara well 1663, Laurens 1000,
and York 500, making in nil 9167. De?
ducting from this the Reform majority iu
Chesterfield, it is a moderate estimate to say
that Governor Scott is re-elected by 34,000
majority. As a set-off. tue Reformers have
elected three Representatives in Anderson
four ia Greenville, three ia norry, two in
Lexington, four iu Marion, two In Oconee,
two in Pickens, four in Spartanburg, and
two in Chesterfield, twenty-six in all; and
have Reform Senators in Anderson, Chester
Held, Charleston (if Mr. Bates be admitted),
Horry, O co nee, Pickens, and Spartanburg.
.The vote is the largest ever cast in tho
State, and the Reform vote rans several
thousand ' ahead of the Democratic vote in
1868. We defer, until the completion
of the officiai' returns, all analysis| of
the vote, but we -may call attention to
the fact that the election ia Beaufort is pro?
tested by the Bowenites, in Spartap.burg by
the Scott Radicals, and in Union, Newberry,
Laurens, Fairfield and other counties, we
believe, by the Reformers. These protests,
if sustained, will change very materially the
practical result of the elections.
The Isaacs of To-Day.
The ingeniously contrived frauds of the
Radical party, which have defeated the Re?
form candidates in counties where a fair
election wonld tell a widely different tale, do
not, it must be confessed, account satisfac?
torily for the re-election of Governor Scott
by a majority of thirty or thirty-five thousand
votes." Striking from the Radical vote every
ballot which is .believed to have been im?
properly cast or wrongly counted, the re?
mainder is still sufficient to elect the Radical
ticket This wholly unexpected result can
only be explained upon the hypothesis that
the Reform movement, while' it held the
whites together, has utterly failed in ita en?
deavor to obtain the political support of. the
colored people of 'tho State. The negroes
were assured of their bodily freedom. Their
every civii.and political right was recognized
and guaranteed. They received practical
evidences of the sincerity and candor of the
whiten They have, nevertheless, spurned
the olive branch which was extended to
them, ana thc chasm dividing1 the two races
is at least as broad ood os deep to-day as it
was two years ago. Nothing was left ?odoue
which could, with propriety, be done. Every'
resource of argument aod persuasion wa3
ethausted. Neither patience nor persever?
ance was wonting. Yet thc colored people
-eajoled and abused as they have been
elect to. office, for. the second time, the un
principled intriguers who are compassin,
the raia of the State. Only a few mouths
ago it was believed that tbe blacks had clung
to Radicalism because nothing better and
purer was laid before them. The Reformers,
accordingly, organized their party upon the
broad platform of accomplished facts and
civil ?ad political equality. It was evident
that the negroes had nothing to fear from
tliesuccess of the Reformers; unless, indeed,
it is their idea tliut a corrupt and ignorant
government favors the poor and oppresses
the rich'alone. All the conciliatory mea?
sures which zeal and disinterestedness conld
devise, were faithfully tried. And, at the
end of it, the colored race are os
hostile to the white race as they
were when absolutely nothing was done to
a!layT their alarm, and to win their coonV
dence and trust. It is evident that the
whites can so no farther. They adhere to
She prmtiples.expressed iifrtoe|^otm.ilat
true; and right. Bot they will not lawn upon
nize his political privileges, they will not
allow thoBe privileges to be exercised for
the disorganization and destruction of
The efforts^, the Radicals to convince
the freedmen that all white men? who are not
Radical politicians, are the enemies of their
race, have done the work very thoroughly.
It is hard to find a negro who does not re?
gard the whites as the authors of all his
troubles, and who does not" dream of a gene?
ral sharing ont of horses and lands, Imple?
ments and stock. The colored majority, in
the Legislature and out of lt, have more
power than they ever .had before. "That
power they will us?? remorselessly in re?
dressing their fancied wrongs; in healing, as
they phrase it, the wounds of slavery.
Where they cried for political equality they
now demand the absolute supremacy of the
negro race. Tiley move. quickly, and noth?
ing less than thorough organization on the
part of the whites gives any hope of saving
Sooth Carolina from the fearful evils which
threaten her. It ts for this reason, among
many others, that we hope to see the con?
ference in Columbia attended by the most
able and influential of the white citizens of
The Advent of Peace,
The conclusion of an armistice between
Germany and France, announced in our
foreign dispatches, is equivalent, in all pro?
bability, to the. speedy conclusion of the
bloody war which has whelmed in ruin one
of the fairest lands in Europe.
* Apart from any feeling of sympathy with
victorious Germany or defeated France, the
Southern people may well congratulate
themselves npon the closing of the Titanic
struggle which bas inflicted so heavy a loes
upon the pluuters and merchants of the
Sooth. Ali our interests, as an agricultural
people, are on the Bide of peace. Wars and
rumers of wars, whether at home or abroad,
change the course of trade, cut off our mar?
kets, and turn into other channels the active
capital which pays for the cotton, the rice
and the sugar, upon whose profitable sale
our prosperity depends. Especially is this
the case with cotton-the one great staple
which makes or mars oar fortunes. A long
continued war closes the mills, checks heal?
thy consumption, and, as tbeBtapleis pressed
on the market, forcee down the selling price.
This has been the experience of the Southern
planter during the past three months. And
the rise in price which now cheers the hearts
of both factor and planter is solely due to
the tidings or great joy-the expected coming
Let us hope,, then, that a lasting and dur
ablo peace between France and Germany may
speedily be accomplished, and while the
victors carry ont their grand idea of German
unity, and poor France repairs her Josses,
these Southern States, uolesa delayed, as
in South Carolina, by domestic troubles,
may parlue unchecked the road which leads
to Becurity and wealth.
g I'L L OF FARE
AT TSE GRAND STAND,
DAYTON k TULLY".
Fish Chowder, Fried Whiting, Blue Fish.
DOILKD IND BAKED.
Baited Hams, " Smoked Tongues, .
Corned Beef and Cabbage.
New York Beef, New York Mutton. Lamb,
Hew York Turkeys, A la mode Beef.
Sweet Bread. Tomato Saue*?;, Broil Quails,
Lamb Chops. Croquets,
Worcestershire Sauce. Tomato Catsup,
Celery, Radishes, ? Beets.
Wild Turkey, Venison, Summer Ducks, Quails.
VEGET \ Tl LFH
Cauliflowers, Ground Artichokes,
Snap Beans, Turnips,
Oysters, Wines, Ales, Brandies, Ac.
jy/J-ESSRS. DAYTON & TULLY
Have leased the Grand Stand at the Fair Grounds.
Refreshments of all kinds served dally. Can dine
a thousand people daily. novl-6*
dissolutions of Copartnership.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The Law Firm of TALLEY, BACH MAN A
W ATIEs ls Tura DAT dissolved by mutual consent.
Mr. TALLEY will c-minne the practice at his
present office, No. 4 Law Rance.
Me-srs. BACHMAN A WATIES continue tn thc
profession as partners, and have returned to their
former Office, No. 1 Lavr Range.
W. H. TALLBY,
W. K. BACHMAN,
November l, 1870. JOHN WATIES.
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD WILL BE
paid, and no questions aske4, for the re?
covery Of the GOLD DOUBLE-CASED WATCH,
with Chain and Seal, taken in thc car NO. 5, on
Thursday afternoon, at 6 P. M. Tue Watch Ls
marked with tho crest and initlul, and the Seal
engraved with a coat of anns. The reward will
be paid on delivery o? the Watch, Chain and Seal,
at this office. nov5-3
Cost an-i .fenny.
RECEIPT BOOK LOST.-LOST IN.
Horlbeck's alley or Cumberland street, a Re- '
ceipt Book. The tinder will please leave the same
at T. M.. BRISTOLL k CO.'S store, Meettug
street, opposite Kayne street. novS
the city can obtain rooms ?ind board at No.
?)4 Meeting street, one door north of Calhoun.
g OUT HERN DYE HOUSE.
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
at No. 369 Klug street, where DYEING in all col?
ors; and Cleaning of all kinds is done at the
shortest notice and In the best style-.
BLASCOW, BILLER & CO.,
_ ' French Dyers,
No. &>9 King street, near corner George street.
Sf)cet Iron, #r.,
ry IN PLATE, SHEET IRON, WIRE, .Ac.
FOR SALE BY WMf SHEPHERD A CO., No. 2i
HAINE' STREET AND No. Si PINCKNBT
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A COMPE?
TENT colored chambermaid, apply at
No. 40 VanderhoBt street._ nov6-l?
A. GENTLEMAN WHO HAS. HAD SEVE-.
BAL.years experience as clerk and travel?
ling salesman, desjres a al rn acion. Recommen?
dations. Address Box No. 186, Charleston, 8. C.
nov6 ' " ."' . * - "
>P< O ! EVERYBODY WHO WANTS TO
. V~T bny BtiOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, HATS, Ac,
cheaper than . Isewhere, to MURRAY'S. 118 Mat?
tet "street, near King, sign of "Big- Boot.? Bar?
gains can begot theres_ nov6-2? .
SIX LOTS IN GEORGETOWN, DISTRICT
Columbia, corner First and Sixteenth streets,
worth" ?bbut $3 the Bqnare foot, are owned by a
family lo Charleston-Apply at this ofllce for in?
formation _nov4-3* ?
WANTED TO RENT IMMEDIATELY,;
. two Furnished Rooms. None need apply
unless both rooms are furnished. Add. ess Plain,
this office. nov4-2*
XT 7" ANTED. TWO SERVANTS, A COOK
jnr. and House Servant. Apply to OLAG
HORS, HERRING A CO., North Atlantic Wharf.
WANTED,. A GOOD STEADY MAN,
accustomed to the use of the nie. Inquire
at Np. 101 Beaofam street_ nov2-4?
WANTED, A SITUATION AS GOV
VE RN ESS or Assistant,Teacher by a
young lady .who has bad several years experi?
ence.- She will teach the usual English Branches.
Also, French, Latin and Music, if desired. Best
of references given. Address P. 0. Box No. 367.
novg-a* . . , ._'_.
xrrANTED, A VESSEL TO BRING
M Rough Rice from'the Sooth to this mar
?ket.. Apply atthls office. . - . .. oct29
COMPANION OR HOUSEKEEPER.
A lady of cheerful disposition, tb whom
saiary would be no object, desires to obtain em?
ployment as a governess, lad v's companion or
hous> keeper, either in the ci' v or country. Ah
interview or any further information may bc had
by ad fessing P, DAILT Newe offloe._ort28
WANTED TO RENT IMMEDIATELY,
a small HOUSE, Address Z. A., at this
office. _ oct26
WANTED TO RENT OR PURCHASE,
a small HOUSE. Address S. E., NEWS
office._ ? _oct28
IF YOU WANT A GOOD SEWING
? Machine, and a cheap one, go to LUNB
FORD'S, in Queen street, and you will find lt.
AGENTS WANTED-($226 A MONTH)
by the AMERIOAN KNITTING MACHINE
GO., Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo. octlS-lmo
TTTANTfcD-AGENTS, ($20 PER DAY)
Ty toeell the celebrated HOME SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE. Has the "nnder-feed,"
makes the "lock stich? (alike on both Bides) and
ls fully licensed. The best and cheapest Family
Sewing Machine in the martel. Address JOHN
SON, CLARK ? CO., Boston, Mass., Pittsburg,
Pa., Chicago, UL, or St. Louis, Mo. octlT-lmo
WANTED TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House. Address "House," NEWS
? Sax 6c;le.
FOR SALE, A DESIRABLE FARM
situated in Darlington County, three and a
bair miles from Dove1 i Depot, Cheraw and Dar?
lington Railroad, an? L?i*way between Darling?
ton Court house an J Society Hill. The farm con?
sists of sixty-three (63) acres arable land, and one
hundred (loo* acres' wood land, all of good qual?
ity. Fences in good repair, and in perfect order
for planting. The dwelling Is a commodious and
comfortable two story bouse, containing six
rooms, dressing room and pantry, plastered
throughout; with all necessary servants' apart?
ments, arable, carriage house, barn and smoke?
house. For further -particulars, terme, Ac, ad?
dress J. W. FERGUSON, Dove'd Depot, S. C.
FOR SALE, A POINTER DOG,. AND
setter Pop. three months old. Apply at
Mills Hons" Stables. _novi-2
FOR SALE, HOU8E AND LOT No. 32
Rutledge street, oppose Bee street. Apply to
No. 68 St. Phillp street._oct22-9tntb8?
pi REAT BARGAINS IN BLACK AND
OT and COLi?REDSILKS at MELCHERS AMOL
LEB, No. 217 King street._ novl-6
CM RAA_FOR SALE, ? LONG
DHr'JUU, . ESTABLISHED BUSI?
NESS, (Retail.) paying a net profit of $2600 per an?
num. Ample time priven a purchaser to learn thc
business. Thia ls a rare chance for an active man
to secure a permanent Income. Business done
wholly for cash. Persona having the "stamps"
and meaning business may address "$2600 in?
come," Box V, DAILT NBWH Office, giving real
name. _ lulv26
FOR SALE.-I HAVE ON HAND AND
for sale another supply of Becoud-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 S76 acres, one 335 acres, and one 160
acres. Each Farm contains 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 K. D.
H., Barnwell Village. maylO
TO RENT, TLB WIN SEA ISLAND PLAN?
TATION, St. .lames Santee. Healthy summer
resldeuce. Apply to B. P. C0LBURN, No. ll Broad
TO RENT, STORE No. ' 310 KING
STREET, a fine business Htand. In central
part of the city. Apply to 8. R, MARSHALL,
corner Society and-Klngatreata. sep28
TO RENT. THE HALL, SECOND STORY;
of Odd Fellows'Building, corner King and
Liberty streets. Possession given on the 6th of
November. FurtermB, apply at No. 667 King
street. _ novl-tnths4
TQ RENT,' HOUSE No. 6 LIMEHOU8E ?
STREET; a commodious and pleasant Rest
ib nee, in complete order, with gas, water-works,
ample outbuildings, and large yard and garden.
Apply to LOWNDES A GRIM BALL, No. 26 Broad
FOR RENT OR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
. ESTATE in Oraneeburg District, situated
on Lyons Creek, three and a Half miles from tho
south Carolina Railroad. The tract contains
.?600 acres, soil rich red clay, adapted to cotton,
corn, wheat, TOOL crops and ?lovpr. . -
A splendid range for cattle; sunny hillsides for
vineyards, and low lands far meadows. Lyons
Creek, a large, ncvcr-faiUng stream runs through
the estate, and furnishes one of the finest water
powers in the State. .
A most valuable iron ore has beeb discovered
recently on the place.
Tho estate-has on lt all the necessary farm
buildings, negro houses, barns, stables, gin
houses and small dwelling. It has been tn con
scant cultivation ?ince thc war, iitid the splendid*
growing crop would give entire satisfaction.
It is offered for rent or aale, on reasonable
Atiuress Mrs. L IC KEITT,
Society HW, Darlington District, S. C.
Or R. M. MARSHALL A BRO., Nu. 33 Broad
wi reef..._ ' _ang4
Cigars, Slabrtcro, &t._r
.J^A VALENTINA CIGAR FACTORY,
No. 116 EAST BAY STREBT.
Visitors to thc city who desire to smoke
i. GENUINE SPANISH CIGAR,
and not pay a fabulous prici for it,
AP.E INFORMED *THAT TUET CAN DO Si
BT APPLTOiG AS ABOVE. '
ALFRED A. BARBOT,
80LH AGENT LA VALENTINA CIGAR.
L. M O R IL L O ,
Invites the public to try his CIGARS at6,8 and
io cents apiece (SpanNh). Also, his stock of real
MEERSCHAUM riPES. from $2 to (4 apiece, m
Cases. Also, the genuine Ly wis's Durham smok?
ing Tobacco at 7* cents per pound. Also. Domes?
tic Cigars as low as $2 per box. Give rn? a fair
trial. Call at No. 348 King street, above Liberty.
m " ^?9?-: g ??"
V-/ CIKTT.-Tne Regular Month!j Meeting-of
your Society will be holden THIS EVENING, the lat
instant; at 7 o'clock, over the Store of Mr. 3. H.
Von ers,. northeast corner.,of Beauiain .an fl St..
? By oder, h J. D. PARRY,
nov5 . . Secretary.
THE REGULAS MONTHLY7 MEETING;
of the Young. Men's Christian' Association,
will be held THIS EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock.
Members are earnestly requested to be present,
as business of importance will be considered.
nov5 P. A. S1LCOX, Recording Secretary.
DAN LODGE, No. 93, L O. B. B.-A
Regular Meeting will be held at the usnal
time and place. Members are requested to pay
.then* arrears. By.order of the President.
nov5 _D. BSNTSCHNER, Secretary.
CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY COM?
PANY.-The Annual Meeting of this Com?
pany will be held at their office. No. 2 Chamber I
of Commerce Building,3road street, on MONDAY,
7th November, at which time an election for eight
(8) Directors will take place. The polls will be
op en ed from 10 to 2 o' clock.
By order. EVAN EDWARDS,
novl-tuthsmt '. * Assistant Secretary.
MEDICAL COLLEGE OF THE STATE
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
The LECTURES in this Institution will be re?
sumed on MONDAY, the 7th day of November
next,' und terminate on the first Saturo av In
March following. The Anatomical Rooms win be
opened at the commencement or the course, un?
der the direction of the Dem?nstrate; of Anatomy
and bis assistant, and abundantly supplied With
the best material. The opening Lecture of the.
bonne win be delivered by the Decree of trie
Faculty, at half past 9 o'clock A, M., on MONDAY,
the 7th of November. The Medical Profession and
friends of the Institution are respectfully invited
to be present. ;
FAOVLTY.-J. E. HOLBROOK, M. D.', Emeritus
Professor of Anatomy; E. GEDDINGS, M. D.,
EmerltrM Professor of the Institutes and Practice
of Medicine, and Professor of Clinical Medicine;
R; A. KINLOCH, M. D., Professor of Surgery; F.
M. ROBERTSON, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics
and the Diseases of Women and Children; J. P.
CHAZAL, M. D., Professor of General Pathology.
Pathological Anatomy and Hygiene; MIDDLETON
MICHEL, M. D., Professor of Physiology;
GEORGE E. TRE900T, M. D., Professor of Ma?
teria Medica and Therapeutics; C. U. SHEPARD,
Jr.. M. D., Professor of Chemistry: J. F. M. GED?
DINGS, M. D., ]>rofesflor of the Institutes and
Practico or Medi?me; F. L. PARKE it, M. D., Pro?
fessor of Anatomy; W. H. BAILEY. M D., De?
monstrator or Anatomy; T. GRANGE SIMONS,
M. D., Assistant Demonstrator or Anatomy.
F. M. ROBERTSON, M. D.,
oct24-mthms4_ Dean or the Fae lty.
Tt/TRS. PINOKNEY'S BOARDING AND
??JL DAY SCHOOL for young ladles, No. 58
Hasel street. . _oct3-3
ANIGHT SCHOOL FOR COLORED
Citizens, has been opened in St. Peter's
school House, Wentworth street., No distinction
of creed. Terms, 60 cents every other Monday, In
advance. Lessons every night from half-past 7
o'clock, Satnrdays and Sundays excepted, oe tl 8 |
ENGLISH AND GERMAN SCHOOL, No.
82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercises ol
thistnotltutlon embrace all the branches necessary
for a good English and Commercial ?ducation.
The hours from 3 to 5 o'clock P. M. are devoted
I to German lessons, rix: Grammar, Speaking,
Writing and Reading. Lessons in Drawing and
Moulding every Saturday morn mg. . The Night
8chool from 7 to 8 o'clock, for exercises of Arith- .
rattle, Reading, Spilling and Writing, and Orna?
mental and Mechanical Drawing ror adults. '
The Academy is under my special superinten?
dence, with the assistance of Mr. J. MCDONALD,
Miss J. H. ANGEL, Miss LEONHARDT. Miss J.
MILLER. ' ' .
Vocal Music by Professor F. BEROKHAN..
O H. BERGMANN,
sng-B Principal. '
Snooks ano fam?es.
.Cj ADD LE S, HARNESS, SADDLERY
HARDWARE, CARRIAGE MATERIALS, Ac.
E. THOMLINSON & CO.,
importers and Manufacturers, Wholesale and
Attention ls called to our extensive stock In
the* above Une, which we offer on favorable
Agents for the American DOUBLE-ACTING,
NON-FREEZING FORCE PCMP, adapted to deep
wells, thc cheapest and best Pump In use.
OC129-7' No. 137 MEE ITNG-STREET.
S'S URE YOUR LIFE!
ASSURE YOUR LIFE
IN A PURELY MUTUAL SOUTHERN COMPANY !
THE POLICY-HOLDERS' LIFE AND TONTINE
ASSURANCE COMPANY of the South ls tho only
Purely Mutual Southern Company;
No stock capital to take toll from the surplus,
All surplus belongs to the policy-holders, and will
bo returned to thom annually in the reduction of
PrjntrtJHS, or applied to the purchase or rever?
sionary additions to the ollcy, or will be 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
the Policy, or may be withdrawn and applied to
the payment of'future premiums. Tiie'PiRST
mode will reduce the amount or future premiums.
The second mode secures an annual.increase of
the POLICY. Tne third mode provides a rund
payable with the POLICY, or that may be applied
to the payment or future premiums, if the neces?
sities of the policy-holder should require lt.
Thc advantages of Life ?ssurance have been il?
lustrated m several cases in this city recently.
The fohowiog notes refer to one ot the cases:
POLICY-HOLDERS' LIP? AND TONTINE ASSURANCE')
' COMPANY OF THE SOUTH, NO. 29 BROAD ST., J
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 30,1870. J
Hutton Lee, tsq.: '
DEAR SIR-The "proofs of death" of the late W.
E. M***"", assured by this Company under policy
No. 17, for $2000, 8ub:nltted by you on behalf of
his widow and children, have been approved by
the Company, and tho claim passed for payment
at maturity of thc policy. Or the Company will
pay cash on the presentation of the policy duly
receipted, less the usual bank discount for the
time lt has to run.
WM. MCBURNEY. President.
CHARLESTON AGENCY MONUMENTAL FIRE CO., 1
CHARLESTON, S C., October 24..1S70. j
W.m. iloBumey, Eag., President, Cliarleston, S. C.:
DEAR SIR-The friends of Mrs. M"**** advise
that she allow thc policy on the life of her hus?
band, le yonr Company, to run to maturity, and
she has determined upon this course.
Very truly.'yours, UDTSON LEE.
The Company has ou deposit with the Comp?
troller-General or thia State $50,017 50 in the
Stocks and Bonds of I he State, for the security of
roLicr-uoj.OEita, and thc raith or the State ls
pledged for its safekeeping.
The Company ls issuing all the most approved
kinds of Life and Endowment Policies.
Apply at No. 29Broad street.
GEORGE E. BOGGS,
Secretary and General Ageut,
P. M. POROHER,.
General Agent for South Carolina,.
JOHN H. SIMONS,
Lical Agent, Charleston, S. 0. novl
~^jyj HENRY'S RETREAT, -| QM
No. 107 EAST BAY, ON? DOOR BELOW BRuAD
2. Oysters always fresh on hand.
' 3. FREE LUNCH from half-post 10 o'clock
4, Meals at all hours. Dinner served rrom VJ
to 4 P. M.
6. Meals served on Sunday until 2 P. M.
6. The. best IMPORTED WINES, Liquors and
7. Only place In town for good genuine Hoi
Tom and Jerry.
A. HAMMERSCHMIDT, ?
Formerly Barkeeper at the Mills House,
JUST R E C EIVED,
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA .
Bicarbonate of Soda'
Cream of Tartar *
. _ . Fresh Hops.
For sale, wholesale and retah, by
_ Dr. (L BAER,
Sa. m Meeting street.
k Farewell Benefit and last night of
^ Us. 0. B. BISHOP.
*~'C g APjTiy^TBT'iI kA 1
SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5,1870,?? ;
^"t?e"iateTnoon' co^u^Hdng aT'm^if-paav' T
o'clock, Grand Family Matinee; woe rr, will be pre-v
sen ted the beautiful burlesque
GIN D'SELLA.. ,
In the EVZNTSO: the renowned burlesque, the.
OR STRLKLN'G OIL IN F AMIE T JARS. . '
Hassarac. ........;.Mr. 0. R BISHOP.
Messrs WALLACE and WOOD in their Musical
'To commence with * ; ~ ?
MT PRECIOUS 3ETST. .
Kr. Bobtail......"....Mr. C. B. BISHOP.
nov6-l_?' ' ' '. -
^CADEM? OF J1-D..S.IA<
(Also bf Theatre, savannah,^* '
THIS (Saturday) KVEN1NG, NOVEMBER 6.
Last Appearance of
MISS li A U B A' KEENE.
DOUBLE BILL-COMEDT AND DRAMA.
1 CHARLES READE'S Pastoral Drama,
CLOUDS' AND Str-lfff'HTN E;]
OR, RACHEL THE REAPER, ' ' '
And ROBERTSON'S Charming Comedy,
C A STE ; O R, RICH AND P.OOR.
Seats secured at the Box Office durirg the dar.
Will appear soon-the FLORENOES.
nov5-l . ". . ^
CAD EUT OF MUSIC.
W. ir.' HOIXANV..'.. .........lessee and Manager.
JOSFPH MOABOLI.Business Manager. ;
. >?[? Th?greatTT?ge^an ; ? J j
; E D W I N ,. F 0 R.E IJ 8 T, , ;
Supported by Miss LILL IE, Mr, w. HARRIS.'and
. W. M. HOLLAND'S Dramatic Company.
For ?ve nights, commencing,,.'. .,. !
- MONDAY, NOVEMBER, 7 . lite. 1
MONDAY, November:....... RICHELIEU. .
TUESDAY, November 8..... ..DAMON A PYTHIAS.
WBDNBSDAT,November9....OTHELLO. ." ? . '
THURSDAY, November 10.KING LEAR. .
FHIDAY, November ll.......
General admission $i. Reserved .seats $l 60.
Family Circle SO cents. Gallery 25'cents. 'Boxes
$7 Wand $16. ."' '.' ' *'* r- ??
Two Grand. Performances - BATUBOAT A FTES
NOON and Ev SN INO, November 12 on which occa?
sion the Elfin Star, Miss EFFIE JOHNS, will
Special trains will be run to accommodate par?
ties at a distance, and seats can be secured by
mall or telegraph from this date at Holmes's Book
House, corner Wentworth and King Btreete. 1
oct31-12 ? . ?F. JO WELLS, Agent.
Jj# ? L L E "B. "S K A T ? N G '
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC HALT# .' ?
COMMENCING SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. L
The assemblies will be as follows : MONDAY;
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS from
4.to 6 o'clock, and TUESDAY, THURSDAY .and
SATURDAY NIGHTS from half-past 7 to 1?.(. "...
Admission to Nlght^AssTuwlie* 60 cents; Chil?
dren 25 cents. Ticket+ In packages bf twelve, ?3. j
Use or Skates, 26 cents.
Afternoon Assemblies. Ladles'and Children, in?
cluding use of Sates, 26 cents: pent lernen. Includ?
ing use of Skates, 60 cours. i . '
Season tickets of admission (good for all assem?
blies during three months) for gentlemen $6; for
ladies $3; fur gentlemen ami lady $7 CO.
Newspapers, fRaaajmefl, &t. \
Jj? U R A L C A B.OLI N I A N \
'. _ ^NOVEMBER. "V .
H A N D SOME ENG B A Y,I N G S!
Maintenance of the Fertility of Bonarby-Prof
fassor Hilgard, of the University of Mississippi.
The South and her -Resonrcea-by Hon.-Alfred
Plantation Economy-ey Colonel ' D. Wyatt
Texas Grasses-by Professor Barkley.'--' ?..
Southern Fruits-by p. J. Berckmand.
Hints on Town Oardeningf-by H. W. RaveneL .
And numerous other valuable and interesting
Subscription, $2 per annum? -
Address WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,. .
novit Charleston, 8. C.
- A PUCK ASHOBTMBNT OF ?
PARLOR, OFFICE AND COOKING STOVES,
1 ' Among which are : "
STEWARTS PARLOR BASE "BANNER, the
Southern Oem and the Cottage Cook, both first
rate evoking Stoves, with galvanized tanks,
warming closets, and other modern improve?
A variety or HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, con
TEA TRAYS, or various patterns.
- Toilet Pails, Slop Jars and foot Tuba > -
Dish Covers, Chating Dishes, Urna ,. , .
Table and rocket Cutlery, Razors.
. Brooms, Brushes, Feather Dusters. *.'.
Wooden Bowls, Buckets, Wash Tubs, Ac.
Together with TIN- WARE of our own manufac?
We are Sole Agents In this city for the c?l?br?t
ed UNION KEROSENE STOVES, and DUVAL'S
PATENT BAKER. . . .
. J. B. DUVAL A SON,
- NO. 337 King street,
nov3 i One door j or th of Liberty street.
Just received per English bark Annie Kimball,
and in Store, a fine assortment of Boys' Single
and DOUBLE GUNS, Breech Loading Guns, Duck
Guns, Dixon's Powder Flasks and Shot Poaches,
Ac, and a select stock of Jos, Rodgers A Son's
Balanced Handle Dessert and Dinner Knives,
Pocket Cutlery, Scissors and Razors.
Now landing per brig Gove from Liverpool, a
fine lot of ENGLISH POTWARE, consisting of
Ovens, Pots, Spiders, Ac.
In Store and arriving a full stock bf PLOUGHS,
Corn Shellers, Hay Cutters, Cultivators. Harrows,
and other Agricultural Implements, which, to?
gether with the above, are orfeyed at the lowest
market rates, at wholesale and recall.
SAM'L. lt. MARSHALL. -
Agent for the Dodge's Perfect, Ploughs, 1
And Ellerbe's Transplanters, * * '1
No. 314 King street, corner of Society,
oct31-6 Slgn-of the Big Gun. ?
QI lo th in g a nb i'nrmsljing ?ooos.
SCOTTS . SCOTT'S
. SCOTT'S SCOTT'S . -
SCOTT* S.iOTT'S .
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTT'S -
SCOTT'S . STYLES ' SCOTT'S
SCOTTS STYLES SCOTTS -
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTTS ' |
SCOTT'S . STYLES SCOTT'S
. ? '.-. -.-.bf: > .-, .. .
. ' ? t Wt - . " i
FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND WINTER
' PALLANO WINTER
FALL AND WINTER
" FALL AND WINTER
o ' - . - '
OENTLt?AlENiS FURNISHING 0??DS
GENTLEMAN'S FURNISHING GOODS
GE TLBMEN'S FINISHING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S FD*HND3HING QOODS
lilli EN 8 E STOCK OK
PAPER COLLARS, CHAMPION BRA OE 3".
STAR SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS/
SOCKS, OAIX DRAWERS, "
SCARFS. AND 88s CANES, ''.
CANES, THUM. .SCARFS,
DRAWERS, SO? KS, .
UNDERSHIRTS, STAR SHIRTS,' "
CHAMPION BRACES, TAPER COLLARS,
IN GREAT VA VIET Y
IN GREAT VARIKTY
IN GREAT VARIETY .'
H : . "; rfc ., r>v?,:. ,
. . AT
SCOTTS STAR SHIRT KMPORIUM,.
MEETING STREET, '
oct8 Opposite-the Market
^Wfcjtew TS? received eboiae RAISINS,
Datei, ?c. We keep constantly a good sti
choice Eating aM -good Cooking Appila^
JLl WHEELOCK'S VEOBTATOR
M cona Whitlock's Vegeta tor.
- 26 tons Dissolved Bote.
20 sAct}iab?oe;JAr*?)fl^ s*
25 sacks Pr?ne I^ayr*. Codee, .attft r.
?80RN .ASA.OA.Tft. K&?&Z;
* .*1 10,000 b?sli?lB prime bid C??bf^*'1 ' n-v
3,000 bushels- primo' bl ?Ck and H?hlte BeW
I ?.. and reed in g Oat*. : fita ?.*.*. ? tu ?,
For sale by . ... ...... ...
novt . , . _ . ,r T.l/ttB^*? 0&'f
?p?B SAlJivATBJIDU^-EAm [
150 fanones ?SlPSB?SKSfr* *?\ \
1000 Cocoanuts . *
400 barrels Choice Bed ADJJIea,- ,.n
loo barrels Choice fte.' ama Silver-skin Onloru
ll Irorrels Jactton vrhWPOtSttea
-SO barrels' AssortM^totE fcp^-** ^
^ '?.VC _ .?--?. .- ?><:; C. Bastes CO"., '."
. novi-2 .. . -Soe. 66. g gg| gIfcke&streov
XTEW YORK' ELEPHANT BA6GLNG.
... Bolls of the above choice heavy BAGO WO,
"El?phant" brand, constantly ior sale by.
oct-26-tnthslmo _MORDECAI A CO.
jpLCHJ1V BIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS,
-?V. .. JE IKE o E<D-8f?i?'e<v; ?
.Nos.. 17 and lg.'.VRtrDUlil RANGS, OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET RATHS:
ft ' 600 bblS^re??Ol^d *
- 25 hhds. Choice CKflr-Riir^dea1 .?? -
ij 20 hhds. Prime smoked Shouidors .
10 tierces Choices,C. Hains,
? 10 tierces Pore Leaf tard
j?im bblaHeavylDriy Meaa l'ork- '
. 20,000 poonds Prime Dry *>aie ?ldee- ;
, 10,000 pounds Dry Salt Bellies,..,. , ,
- cs loo sa< ks Rio Coffee '
' ?lt>o-ebla Refined Sagan ":? .-*-""
loo cases 2 and 2 J?, Fresa Tomatoes
76 cases Fresh Peaches
100 cases, l and 2 m; Fresh Oyst?n-.
? octlMuthsflnoa-y.-.?r..r" ?.? .
jyjADEIRA SHERRIES, BRANDY, Ac
. ?^OCTTI SIDE MADEIRA-Welch Brothers.
Imperial Pale Sherry, \
. Amontillado Sherry, " Y?ht t t?o.' - . * ' '
d Catnnet?Shflcry/.-? - c xjarvey ---*?e .
YmaDePasto-SbeTry,' A.-,- , . -
VSnoeribr PattSti?rry, Harmony. '..
FaleTable'Sherryy J ? .'' .-?<.. f..-..
u fennessey .Brandy, .? 1 ??>.?.?.
Manell Urandy, ... , , . Vintage 19? and mi.
Otard. DuPqv A: Co.'s f Vintage-1858 and 1806.
. ^-Brandy, - !?** i
i Jamaica and St.Croll Rum. .>? -,
LaBnee.Ciarev?*,, .. . ,
Mar^iikCliet. . .
> St. Julien Claret, ? ? In hogshead s and esses.
. Paniluc Garet, ' : : .. ?
Sanlei ne Claret, J ?j&k*i?t*? i
. Pure Port arm Burgundy Wine?.
BASS'PALE ?LE^ulrta"and pints.'.
German Lager-Quarts and pint?. ?? -
- POT sale, by ? - - - .
nova-tnrz, KLINCK. WIOSJ?TNBERG A co.
t>v ?. A;.N, P -i E. ft.:>,. , .
1-6 'and'1-5 tasks "Mar^tt.^'-iinot. Oasn?on. k
Co.," v.-seynette" FRENCH DRA5D?S8: ' ~*
Barrels and half barrels North Caro Ina Fe?tf:
^arre^'ot^OTOrrfi' Bt^r^erir; an? DomeeUi
Brandies. For saletowbym * ty Wi
j W. li, CHAFFE A CO,
novtva_ "No. ao7 East fciaBk
"P i O v, -R?. i?Wi ei.jt( V 'v;?
io barrete POR?l?fc&'^*
25 barrel* Pork Rutnpp
.. 7. barrels Prime Mees Port ^ 's
,. . . 6 barrels Mess Porkv, ?? Tj.^^.*- *
Portaje^' . yjr,g.OTAraT*C?.,
. . novs-s1 - r ->t .-'yg -.??'Tro??oT>aa^-Bay;
? Barrels and half barr?is br "NECTAIV ' "C ABI
N?.T," "BooxbonM and "Bye.>laaa^Corn? Wai?,
key. A full supply at lowjme^,_^v .....j. -
. For sale by . W-'HTOHAPOT^-Oal 1
~ novfrS-- g ? 1 '? Ho7aor?a?fr8ay.
"yy?vxi.-t??.J'.-&. y^J? t& A* ??rln *.
Cases Claret; Port, Hock. Madeira, .8h?ry, ?nd
"Dry Vencenay Champagne? Wines. 1 ^
Peraalflcby.. ... ^ w. ?. CHAF.EE *"0fl.,
nov3-a ' " ; . - Nb.' 207 East Bay street.
0HAMPACrME -OIJXE?. ? *
18 bbb. Pur? APPLE CIDER
J- iff haifbbu; Pure Applettder>'*'- - '
10 boxes, pint botUes, Apple Cider. >
Just received and ?or sale by ... . ..*
- W. H. CHAFKK A CO., '.
nov8-g - -*. ^ftorgaat Bay.
BUTTER, :44R?) . A??x (?SSBv. .
, Tuba ChojreGOSHEN BUTTER . ^
Tubs Western Butter
Tierces Leaf Lard ' "-^ " ;
Firkins Leaf-Lards -w-.-jT.-y ^ . , . J,-.
Palls Leaf,Lard , , - . . > , .
Pails Extra Lard ' ' " c ' .
"English Dalry,"'"Prime;Factory/1 "GoaJUl
Cheese.? . \ .
.For'saleby ' W. tt CHAFBB A*O0"
nova-3 No. 207 East Bay.
R S'ALE BY
L PA ?_L, . wT.JB? CH A BR AN ?ES,
? ? - itfeto fit -SOY 316 EAST BAY".
APPLES, GRAPES, BANANAS, "
Oranges,r Raisins, Oocoa?uto
h Lemons, . Figs,' . 'if* - Currants,
f. ^ Irjiftr?n;';'.'' r Prdn?a, 'r . Aitort^i^N?lB.
.? .Assorted Fancy and.Prlze-Candies, Ac -
- 1 . I-'M I
IJI A- - -F Q R 'i-S- A-^ m.
loo barrels on wharf . .
loo'barrels^tto arrive ** * "" * .
.?- . 20 b?rrela Pish (N. C. Mollete)
E A T EA t?-E>M' E ,
JVO. 9^J2r7J2!R?M, t7?A RLS S TO Nt * Cfe
_ i-, WEOLESALK DEAUlltS-IK ' . ?
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, OINS^ WINB3, CIGARS,
. TOBA0QO.A0., ^? .*?> ?tj
Have on hand, and are dally receiving, alargo
and well selected stock of the above, which, they
offer on the most favorable terms.
We have still retained the services of-Mr, JOB
DA wsoN, who will be pleased to see ht? meade.
aeplfi .. ," v" ??'vi . v
-j-? 'j r^?oq "i1 . .. :-g . -r-t
JOHN * M A R SH A L L; J*..,
v . COiDUSSION MERCHANT.
NAVAL STORES, COTTON, LUMBER AND-BIOS.
Charleston, &<?.. . .. -a
. aug24 s ... - , T .... .
HISOLE * WHALEY,
No. 80 BROAD* STREET. \
' The undersigned have tala day form6tf> copart?
nership for carrying on toe Practico of Law, Vi?
der the firm name of CBISOLM A WHALET. -
- 00O4 ' - . ' . . W. JAME^ WHALHTr
0TTO. A. .^0VE,OJ? ?.r>
G KOLO G IST AND MINLNG ^S^&SR,
No. 28 GE OEGE STHE?T. li -
Preliminary. Ex'amlftotions or_Phoephaie and
Mine-, al'Landa, Ge^gicaT Surv?ys and Mane, "mt
Omatee o? .Vaines, and Plan? of Miaing furnished.