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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO.,
.n.? No. 149 East Bay, Ohsjieeton, S. C. .
THURSt>AY, NOVEMBRE 10, 1870.
r - SEWS OF THE DAY.
-In New York ?o?d* .yesterday, dqse&ah.
loxaiox. - CO?. <
-Cotton closed dull; uplands ie cents; aales
. SOM balee; . .J ?? . ."
-In Liverpool, at noon, cotton was dull at 9a
?Kd for uplands and OtfaOtfdTor Orleans; sates
tWJialesV.1' ; '
-^St. Cloud ls a total ruin, the pictures and ta?
pestry all burned; the bust or Nai>oleon and some
booka were saved. ,, ?
-The following.^sentence.of on$ thirty-four
letters contains aU the jettera in the alphabet:
.'John quickly extemporised t^f|b^gs."
-B?llalo hams, 'neatly'cut oct of the hind
quarters of the buffalo, with the skin left on them,
sell in the'town: of Days, Kansas,'for ? 2 so eat h.
They weigh from two to three h and red pounds
?ach. The hams, tongues and rump ate aka ol
the buffalo are delici?os sating.'*; i A
-One or the religious. papers! pliperves, In view
or the present fondness for prophecy: "It seems to
se forgotten that contemporary avants are mag?
nified to dor sight by their nearness, and assume
far greater : dimensions. ; than "they , will: wfcn
viewed in "ttie '^ls^? perspective' oratory.''/ V
-It ls certainly a curious cheml:al fact that the
substances required^ to form' common'.tablo salt
are both of thdmipolBonouS-^orine?nd sodium.
No one can use either/.of these articled separately
.with surety:and yet-; combine": them,'' arid-they
io rm a Substance necessary' to health, and one
foundnponevery taltfeiv\ > ? * . ;i:> '/.t
-Last year San fFraak^oj'bs porrea T,300,000
Backs or wheat, the'-tndst'or lt the product of Cali?
fornia. In 1899 the wine prod BC t ot the State was
4,000,000 gallon?, and. this, year \\ w,Ul bedout
7,000,000 gallons! an? lt is e's tl rr at ed that there
? are now ?30,000, ooo (n res ted th growing wine io
the State*--fr*' eiftoJl* 550
. -AT?ew, Tork.Jlett^..|Baya? |"4r nojejjr baudin?
enterprise x? on'f?ot.' Mr. Parke Godwin and a
number of f lends proposo erect ,ng a fine estaba
liahment on Madison avenue, divided into inde?
pendent'suiws. or apartment?,-O? the European
plan. "A few such buUdlngs already exist here,'
bntthe pecaliaxity of the, new-.-sirucwce, will,ba
> that each apa'rtm en t ls' td he owned 'by' the family
who occupy lt.- Seventy flv persons'.have'sub?:
scribed to. the stock, who \> ol, pay an average of
112,000 each, making a capital of $900,000 to carry
on operations with. ' Two-thirds cf the money, has
atteady been paid.o<?''V.?''rio-O TC -: . .'.
-A new reatare 1% clent ls try jp recorded in the
transactions or the Odontol?gica! Society or Lon?
don. It consists in the replantation or teeth
which have bjee-? extracted.?. In oi'her'woVds', lt
has been round that, la cases of inflammation;
about the roots-or ? tooth,'the latter may be taken
ont, scraped and cleaned,; relu8?rted, : and made
to do du. y again. The method ol procedure ls to
remove thedistased tooth; 'clean brit 'hs ' ca vitf?s;
nlUng them, pp, oj ter cleaning wi, Ur carbolic acid-.
With cotton wool Impregnated with the same:
next to scrape the- rangs,, -but preserving the mu?
cous membrane a^pm^neck; scatter b&tuiug
In a solrftfun or carbolic acid, return to its place.
The London Lan? t^say a. - speak lng of the procesal
?"Mr. Lyons carried this out in fourteen cases for
Mr. Boleman, with success, in 'the 'case of bis cu?
pids and molars, no mechanical appliances being
nsed to keep'the teeth supported untU they had
-DoUs' Bho^sMB.the, "Shoea*,pd Leather Bfrv
porter." seemingly have a status in* the trade, or
at least aro repmiem?d. lu being exhibited among
the sarnies :of manufacturer^' agen ts who dis'
play their geo-^s at thcr American"House, iii Bos?
ton. There are a number of manusacturers or
these diminutive goods In Boston' and in New
York City, ap? one ln?N?w Jersey.1 Tee' gooWare1
artistic imitations .of. the"prevtdiing styles, of
women's1 and children's shoes;, run through au
sizes and grades, 'and are regularly, quoted in
price lists by dealers-in all respects following
the trade custom? wit h a, pr?tention oV dignity;
and <5onsMuen?| as^^ns|ag as, 1, he ir wp?emao
.hip is adn?TBb?e. They are not causallymade
from remnants, but are cut from the rwhoic skin.
The bottoms are ?asten?d ?awtthi I n cement. g?n?>
raily-some are,..however,., regularly sewed ' and
turned. Polish boots, In all opton, tessellated
buttoned, laced, raney-scichea or'' p ain; walking
ah oes dress shoes, satin shoes roi.- parties, shoes
for brides, croquet slippers and slippers or all
kinds, with caoX* or aDJ sizes,', at D displayed: iu
show cases, and exhibited in samples, from, which
orders ar?H?kcu tnatstock'the toy houses or the
country. nPrices' ranice'from' fifty, cents to six
dollars per doz-n, Anally reaching tbe consumer
at prices mcreased, from two Mildred- to three
hundred per cent.
-Some curious details have just been published
in regard to the coi^of jivipg ?njU^lna? where the
currency ls comprised of three jnoneiary denomi?
nations, tp:wit: the "ta?i:" 'or bance or silver,
worth at par $1 330i ; the Mexican dollar, and the
"tsien" or "cash,'- worth the tenth to the tureen tb
or a cent. The average cost or the rood and lodg-1
lng or the lowest class Chinese ls 45 csah, or three
?eats a day; but this ts the lowest sum upon
which existence can. be indefinitely prolonged.
The next'higher class the ordiaary laborer or
.coolie, expends rrom $1 ro to $2 a mouth ror food
alone,"* Upon the taelor?l331* ct-nts per mouth,
he would tin ve a sufficient quantity 01 rice, Ash
and vegetables and pork*, once a Cay. The cheap?
est rout ror houses ror single persons b about 70
ceu'sa month. The better classiu China, who live
comrortaby. bn? without- .display., are estimated
to expend about 54 a monti),for tapa Individual.
The houseajfor Otis elass^qnld-rentTor ft? to S?8
a year. The'total expenses of a -Chinese '.ab on- r
for himself and wire are about $2 80 for, food?and
one dollar ft?Tent,making ?'?eces??ry outlay ?r.
$3 80 per month, exclusive or clothe*. The ex?
penses or a ramily oj Urn respecf|ble better fi?is,
<?mposed orar mau; his wife and three children,
are placed at $ao a mp&tit; divided a follows:
For rent, $8; food for three servants, $3; food for
parents, $8; food for the three children, 88, and
wages or servants $3. making the total of $30.
-The Bourbons stiu entertain hopes or ascend?
ing the throne of France, and the Count De
Chamb?n!, under date or October 9th, and from
the Swiss frontier, has addressed a manifesto to
Frenchmen, setting forth that for the fourth time
within less than half a century their political in?
stitutions have collapsed, and that once more
their destinies are in their own hands. The Count
De Chambord declares that he ls ready to devote
hu whole self to the protection or the happiness or J
his country, aad asserts that France will again
lirt up her head, tr enlightened by the teachings or
c rpertence, and weary or so many fruitless en?
deavors, she will consent to enter again on the
path which Providence has marked out for her.
He counsels the French people not to be led
away by ratal illusions, and alleges that
Republican Institutions will never take root In
the monarchical soil or France. In conclusion, he
states that all his ambition ls to found a truly
national government, with right for Its basis, hon?
esty for tie principle or Its administration, and
moral greatness for its ead. Henry, Count de
Chambord and Duke de Bordeaux, is the eldest
son or Ferdinand, Duke de Berry, the second son
or Charles X. At the time or the French revolu?
tion of 1830, Charles X abdicated, and his eldest
son, the Dauphin Louts, renounced his rights to
the crown of France In favor of the Duke de Bor?
deaux, whose fader, the Duke de Berry, had died
In 1820. The Fretch people, however, declined to
accept the new monarch, and elected Louis Phil?
ippe King or the French Charles X, his son and
grandson, then withdrew to Venice, and resided
m that city and at Frohsdorr, lu Lower Austria.
The Duke or Bordeaux, In hl? exile, adopted the
title of Count de Chamoord. He was born on
September 29th, 1820, and in 1545 was married to
the Archduchess Theresa, of Austria Este, the
eldest daughter of Francis IV, Duke of Modena.
The Popular Vote.
The following table shows the vote cast in
each county of tho State in the elections of
1868, and the official vote, at the elections
of 1870 :
1868. 1863. 1 18T0.
? IST DISTRICT
, . i Chesterfield...,
-1 I Marlboro'.
- * Darlington....
'. Kershaw ......
' Total Vot?. 97488
3057 1998 3797 1?93
841 1574 lOSlj 1432
I 2476| 1380 3500 1382
999' 2008 3916 1645
Noelject'n 4547 3704
840 2751 3385 2194
637 2169 1475 1838
304 1091 627 900
323 1107 612 775
1555 1608 1455 1840
1170 19121 3022 1967
505 1965 1423 1923
953 1767 1862 1744
1543 2043 2388 1873
1678 1405 2704 1366
1995 1193 2648 1134
92750 I 136,608
the total vote, aa reported officially by the'
Board of^jate Canvassers. Ls 136,608, and
Governor Scott's majority ls 33,534. The
official-majority un the.! four. : Congressional
districts isas follows: ? First Dis tri ct, Joseph
H. Kaiqey, 8593: Second 'District;'E. C. De
Large,' 986; Third District, R. B. Elliott,
656j7; Fourth D?tt;?ct,: ?'. S. Wallace, 3328.
ri ! a i rc '-LL' ifo'uT S^KT??n : i ? !.
Ul ;-. SfeffigfrSigWflftW ?ns
T Mr.' Joseph Hf Bainey,.the member elect
from tao First. District; -is a bright' mulatto,
andi was bom in Georgetown, nvftiis State.
Spine!years ago he was 'a-barber at the Mills
Bfoijse;' tai 'thia 'city. During the. war, he
made .several trip? as steward .on a block?
ade 1 ru nu Lo g steamet* and, unless wer are-1
mistaJontned, ?U3ed^bbast:,of1 the alacrity/
with which he "dog dirt" on the fortifica?
tions thrown, up to'?mj/?d? th?' ''advances of ]
i th4 Federal soldiery. - -Bfclwy^w ? m?mber
Of tji?'Cbot?tntib^ pf 1868,
and feerved as .sehflfpr ??rom. Georgetown uv|
the last General Assembly.. As an intelli?
gent! man, of GO-called moderate views, he
would- have been' supported by the Whites
in tt? First. Cpngresaonai,District had hp
not broken opt in a violent eruption of abuse
early! rn the ca? vasa. This, led p9 the noml
naUcp oTV Refor?rii 'candidate, 'Cfo?onel Dnd
ley, whomadea gallant and honorable tight
against tremendous odds. ...
. Mri R-C..DeLarge, the member elect from
the Second District, isa bright mulatto/
and ja native of Charleston. During the
war he;/like Rafoby,:'had'?a-tonger* in the
bfocEade'ranning plo, 'and' after th? War' b?si
camp! aniember of .the. Constith?dna? Con
ven tien and a representative from Charles?
ton ta the State L?gislature;- where he serv?
ed as chairman of the Committee on Ways
and Mean3. Mr. DeLarge is a quick and
readyj debatpr, , and with Elliott, the mem?
ber?lpct from the Third District,, ruled the
Lowef Ho?s? with' a rod of iron. ' The con
t)Sst.b?tWiBen DeLarge and ?tie Epp. , ?I,
Bowen,, the present member, was bitter In
the ettrema -Asiit was , reported- that Mr.
Bowen had promised to do wonders for. the
Reformers, who had no Congressional can?
didate, ta'tbe?field, prbvided'that ti?r?ceiv
ed the support of the Reform party, he was.
voted for very gen?rally by the white people
of the district. When it was learned that
Mr. Bowen, if.he promised anything, had
done nothing, lt was a commonly expressed
wish that DeLarge might carry the day, and
we believe, that the announcement of h?3
election has causedinuch satisfaction,
j: Mr. R^B. Elliott, the. member elect from
the Third District, is a black man, who hails
from Massachusetts, and made his appear
ance in this State after the "Union came
'.'in." He ii said to be a man of large brain,
and il is much better for South Carolina to
have him in Washington than in the State
Legislature, where he has served for two
years. Elliott ls regarded as one of the
boldest Radicals in the State, and a bitter
hater of the white race. The atmospheric
influences of the Federal capital aud Presi?
dent Grant's little dinners may, perchance,
tone him down.'
Mr. A. a Wallace, the member elect from
the Fourth District, is a white mau-a na?
tive or the Suite. So much the worse for
him and for us.
J. -To snm up: tho South Carolina delegation
ip ,thp n^xtCongress, will consist of two na?
tive mulattoes, one imported black man and
Which are We to Believe ?
The Washington correspondent of THU
NEWS telegraphs that Colonel Baker, an
aide-de-camp on the staff of Governor Scott,
had interviews on Tuesday with President
Grant and the Secretary of War, in refer?
ence to the condition of affairs in South Car?
olina. This Colonel Baker informed the
President that murder and other acts of vio?
lence "are constantly occurring," and that
offenders go unpunished in consequence of
"the inertness or want of power" of the
civil authorities. All Governor Scott's mili?
tia have not been able to keep the rioters
down ! And an attempt was made, only a
few days ago, to assassinate the veracious
Baker, and "three shot3" perforated his
clothing. The vile conspirators were, we
suppose, the same who plotted the death of
Governor Scott, by putting a keg of powder
under the car seat which he was to occupy
on his trip to the up-country. Colonel Baker
might well indulge in an explosion of vir?
tuous indignation, and demand that a stron|
force of United States troops be retained to
help out the National Guard and preserve
But on the very day which finds Colonel
Baker in Washington, Governor Scott raps
Joe Crews on the knuckles, suggests that
there has been enough agitation and'me?
nace, and tells him plainly that "more
"troops" he shall not have.
Which of the two accounts are we to be?
lieve ? What Governor Scott said to Joe
Crews is wholly inconsistent with what Col?
onel Baker, Governor Scott's aide-de-camp,
said to President Grant But we remember
the conversation with General Hampton in
1868, when Governor Scott promised to sell
out the negroes and work for the'success of
the Democrats. The man who would do
that and then deny it, is quite capable of
blowing cold in Columbia and red-hot in
Washington. It was thought, perhaps, that
Colonel Baker's arrival and his bloody yarns
would help to Beare the good people of the
North into a support of the Radical ticket.
For thia, however, he came too late, and the
only decent solution of the difficulty is, that
Colonel Baker was not sent by Governor
Scott to Washington, or did not tell the
truth when he got there. Now that he is
elected, and the Northern elections are over,
Governor Scott has no motive for bullying
the people as he has done for several
mouths past. It is his policy now to play
Prince Pretty-man, and to starve the people,
through the agency of the tax collector, in?
stead of putting them out of their misery at
once with bayonet or Winchester rifle.'
But who is Colonel Baker ? * . .
The Reform Conference.
The Marion Star devotes a carefully writ?
ten leader to a discussion of the political sit?
uation, in connection with the Conference of
the Reform party which is to be held lu Co?
lumbra to-morrow. It is emphatically stated
that the white people of Marion will not
break the pledges which they have made to
the colored people, and it is coafldently as?
serted that time and patience will overcome
the antipathies of the colored men, and en?
able both races to work harmoniously to?
gether for the well-being of the State.
Upon this subject we have at present only
one more word to say. No member of the
Beform party, nor any Reform newspaper,
has suggested any renunciation of the prin?
ciples of the Reform party. Those principles
were adopted because they were just and true
and right; and tiiey are as just and true to?
day as they were a month or three months
ago. We propose to abide by the principles
of the Reform party,, and' have so stated
again and again during the past week. But
we are bot inclined to go any farther than
we have already done, with the hope of con?
ciliating the Radical negro vote.
A Gocd Name.
: '"' ? - ? ? '
: The first number of a daily paper, estab?
lished to represent, at the National Capital,
the interests of the Democratic and Con?
servative masses of the country, is to be
toaaejd on the 14th lust. Mr. James E. Har?
vey,'a South Carolinian, is to be editor-in
chief, and the other departments of the
'papar will be in charge of competent and
.experienced;men. The new journal will be
called The Patriot.
1 ; ;;. gogrftmg.
PRIVATE BOARDING.-GOOD BOABD
?at. No. 08 Broad street Terms moderate.
Table Board ts per Week.: . nov8-tuths3*
MRS. PINCKNEY'S BOARDING AND
! DAT SCHOOL lot y our g ladles, No. 58
Hasel street. - _ . . ? nov 7-6
ANIGHT SCHOOL' FOR COLORED
' citizens has been opened in Ht: Peter's
Mchool House, wentworth street. No distinction
or creed. Terms, 60 cents every other Monday, In
advance, Lessous every night from:hair-past 7
o'clock Saturdays and Sundays.excepted,.. ootis
ENGLISH AND GERMAN SCHOOL; No.
80 WENTWOBTH STREET.-The exerctsesor
thu institution embrace all the branches necessary
for a good English and ' Commercial ?decatl?n.
Ike boura from 3 to 6 o?ciodk P. M. . ar? devoted:
to German lessons, viz: -Grammar, Speaklnx,
writing and Reading. Lessons m Drawing and
-Moulding every 'Saturday morning.' ''The Night
School from 7 co 0 o'?look, for exercises of Arith?
metic, Reading, Spelling and Writing, and .Orna?
mental and Mechanical Drawing for adults.
Thc Academy is under my speolal superinten?
dence, with .the assistance'of Mr. X. Mcl>ONALD,
M's s J. IL ANGEL, MISS LEON HARDT, Mis? J.
Vocal Music by Professor P. B ERC ?RAN.
C. H. BEUGMANN,
aug? ' Principal.
TO RENT, PART OF THE HOUSE IN
Mary street, one door from King, consisting
of four rooms. Apply from 12 o'clock to 4. . 7<"
TO RENT, STORE No. 310 KING
STREET, a flue business stand, in central
part of the city. Apply to S. R. MARSHALL,
corner Society and King streets._SCP2S
FOR RENT OR SALE. A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE in Orangeburfj District, situated
on Lyons Creek, three and a half miles from thc
>outh Carolina Railroad. The tract contains
..'600 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-failing stream runs through
the 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 has on it au the necessary farm
buildings,:, negro houses, barns, stables, gin
houses and small dwelling. It has been in con
stant cultivation ginee the war, and the splendid
growing crop wouidjrive entire satisfaction. .
lt ls offered for rent or sale, on reasonable,
Address '. - . Mrs. L M. KBITT,
- Society Hill, Darlington District, S. C.
, Or M. MARSHALL A BRO., NO. -33 Brad?
street j . ' .*'"... '.'.' i''8Ug4
JjR BING'S PILE REMEDY.
For sale by . '? ?; . : /. DB. B. BA ER.
Julye. .i H?;? .. ; . . = - .-.
WANTED, A SOPRANO VOICE FOR
tue choir of St. Michaers Church. Apply
to JAMES R. PRINGLE._novlO-3
HO?SE SERVANT WANTED.-A WAJT
?NGMAN and gocd House Serrant, who
can furnish aati3'actory recommendations, will
find steady eraploTment and regular wages by ap?
plying at No. 32 Montague street, corner of Gads
WANTED, AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN,
of good address, for out door work. City
references required. Apply by letter to F. W.,
NEWS office. _'_novlQ-2*
WANTED, A WELL RECOMMENDED
walter. Apply at No. 18 Meeting street.
WANTED, A COLORED BOT, ABOUT
16 or IT years of age, to make himself use?
ful about a Bakery. Apply corner of King and
Princess streets. novo
WANTED! WANTED! A WHITE COOK
can find a situation with good wages. In?
quire at Southern Dye House, Ko. 359 King street,
near corner of George street._nov9-2?
ARPENTERS WANTED.-SOME GOOD
steady bench hands and apprentice boys, at
P. P. TO ALE'S Sash, Blind and Door Factory,
Horlbeck's Wharf, near Northeastern Railroad
WANTED, A CAPABLE COLORED
man as House Serrant, and to take care
or a garden. He must come well recommended.
Apply to W. C. COURTNEY & CO., No. 3 Central
WANTED, A VESSEL TO BRING
Rough Rice from the South to this mar
ket. Apply at this office. _oct29
COMPANION OR HOUSEKEEPER.
A lady of cheerful disposition, to whom
salary would be no object, desires to obtain em?
ployment as a governess, lady's companion or
housekeeper,- either in the city or country. An
Interview or any rurther inrormation may be had
by ad? reBSlngp, DAILY NEWS office. oct28
WANTED TO RENT IMMEDIATE LY,
a smaU HOUSE, Address Z. A., at this
WANTED TO RENT OR PURCHASE,
a small BOUSE. Address S. E., NKWS
IF YOU WANT A GOOD SEWING
Machine, and a cheap one, go to LUNS
FURD'S, m Queen street, and you will find lt.
AGENTS WANTED-($225 A MONTH)
by "the AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE
CO.. Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo. octl3 lmo
WANTED-AGENTS, ($20 PER DAY)
to Bell the celebrated HOME SHUTTLE
SE WI NO MACHINE. Has the "under-feed,"
makes the "lock stich'1 (alike on both sides) and
ls full v licensed, The best and cheapest Family
Sewing Machine in the market, Address JOHN?
SON, CLARK A CO., Boston, Mass., Pittsburg,
Pa, Chicago, ML, or BL LQUIB, MO. octl7-lmo
WANTED TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House. Address "House," NEWS
Office, . aep24
STATE SOUTH CAROLINA BONDS
Greenville, and Columbia Railroad Bonds
Memphis City Coupons (past due.)
By A C. KAUFMAN, Broker,
novlO-l - No. 25 Broad street.
_Sax Bale. _
TY or the above. Arply at Board or Trade
Rooms, No. 191 Meeting street._riovlO-thtn
SUPERIOR RED ASH COAL,' FOR SALE'
low. Apply on board the schooner EL)z A
A. HOOPER, Boyce'8 Wharf._ nov9-3*
FOR SALE, SIX HUNDRED BUSHELS
of my fine heavy r earing Sea Island COT?
TON SEED, which I would cheerfully recommend
to the plantera on our coast. $1 per bushel.
GEO. F. HABENICHT, No. 17 South Bay.
FOR SALE, A PLAT OF GROUND,
finely situated on Norman street; will be di?
vided to suit purchasers. Terms liberal. Apply
to H. EVANS, No. 18 Jasper Court.
FOR SALE, THAT LARGE AND ELE?
GANT three story Brick Residence, situated
at the northwest corner of Pitt and Calhoun
streets. Terms easy. Apply to W. J. McKERALL,
Marion, 8. C. _Jnlyi8-mth
OLA Kflfi -FOR SALE, A LONG
flDi?UUv/? ESTABLISHED BUSI?
NESS, (Ratall,) paying a net prom of $2500 per an?
num. Ample time given a purohaser 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 "stamps"
and meaning business may address "$2600 In?
come," Box V, DAILY NBWS Office, giving real
FOR SALE.-I HAVE ON HAND AND
for sale another supply of second-hand
Sewing Machines, or various makers, which I
will dispose or very cheap. Call and examine at
No. 27 Queen street. J. LUN8F0RD.
FOB SALE, THREE FARMS, TWO
miles from the Port Royal Railroad, m
the Whippy Swamp neighborhood. One Farra
contains 376 acres, one 836 acres, and one 160
acres. Each Farm contains one hundred acres
good planting land, with two or three comfort?
able cabins on each: also weU timbered, good
range for cattle and hogs: and perfectly healthy
all the seasons. For particulars apply to K. D.
H., Barnwell Village._mayio
FOR SALE, A DESIRABLE FARM
situated In Darlington County, three and a
half miles from Dove's Depot, Oheraw and Dar?
lington Railroad, and midway between Darling?
ton Courthouse and Society Hill. The farm con?
sists or sixty-three (63) acres arable land, and one
hundred (loo* acres wood land, all or good qual?
ity. Fences lu good repair, and In perfect order
for platting. The dwelling 1B a commodious and
comfortable two story house, containing six
rooms, dressing room and pantry, plastered
throughout; with all necessary servants' apart?
ments, stable, carriage house, barn and smoke?
house. For further particulars, terms, Ac, ad?
dress J. W. FERGUSON, Dove's Depot, S. C.
A T PRIVATE SALE. - HANDSOME
?a. AND DESIRABLE RESIDENCE IN THE
HEALTHY AND GROWING TOWN OF FLOR?
ENCE, S. C.-All that LOT OF LAND, measuring
275 feet on Irby street, and 150 feet on Evans
stri.'et, with the neat and handsome two story
Dwelling House, Kitchen, Stables, Storehouse,
Dairy and all necessary outbuildings. The dwell?
ing has abc comfortable rooms. All the build?
ings are lu excellent order. On the premises are
a choice selection or fruit trees, grape vines and
Bhcde trees; also, an excellent vegetable garden.
Good weU of pure water. In all, the entire
premises are in splendid order, and regarded a
meet desirable residence, and located In the
fashionable street. The terms will be reasonable
to an acceptable party. Apply tn or address
GEORGE McD. STOLL,
Real Estate Agent,
octio-mthumos Florence, S. C.
C: v. Cost ono Jfourib.
^DST'OR STOLEN, ON MONDAYTTHE
lil 7th Instant, a Ladles' POCKETBOOK, on the
route from the Calder House to the Northeastern
Railroad 'Depot, lt contained about $33 and a
ticket on the South Carolina Railroad, A reward
wilt be given li iert at this offlca or at G. w. DIN
OLE'S, Broad stroef*_novlO-l?
OST, A RECEIPT BOOK! ?I? THE
I finder will return lt ne will nave the thanks
IL BA KR, No. 181 Meeting Btrcet. novio
OST, ON TUESDAY MORNING, BE- j
J. TWEEN the Market, and Grace Church, a
Ladles' POuKET??OK, somewha' worn, and con?
taining six or seven dollars In bids and fractional
currency, some car tickets and memoranda. The
lattenare of no value but to the owner, but will
s?rvelo Identify the property. A reward will be
paid If the Under leaves tue Book either at this
office or with Mrs. SNOWDEN, at the Widow's
Dome, Broad street. _._novo
RECEIPT BOOK LOST.-LOST IN
Horlbeck's alley or Cumberland street, a Re?
ceipt Book. The Under will please leave the same
at T. M. BRISTOLL <fc 00.'3 store, Meeting
street, opposite Hay ne street. nov5
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD WILL BE
paid, and rio questions asked for thc re?
covery or tho GOLD Di - CUL'?-CASE0 WATCH,,
with Chain and-Seal, taken In the car No. 5 on
Thursday afternoon, at 6 P. M.. The Watch is
marked with the crest and Initial, and the Seal
engraved .with fe coat of arms. The reward will
be paid on, delivery or thc Watch, Chain and Seal,
at this .office.. .- . nov8-3*
jg EA RD;'S LOCK TIES'.
These; TIES hayo Jual been received by the Eng?
lish Ye?ael Gove,and'are now iq store. .
Orders; will bp flilivi with promptness aid atten?
tion. .'? :GE0. W. WILLIAM* * CO., Factors.
nemo . . .chnrchstreet,.pity.
..' Ul? Lim '.:?...'*" :'.-VO ?
WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 5, A. P.
M.-The Regular Monthly communication
of Washington Lodge, Ko. 5, will be held at Ma?
sonic Hall, THIS KVBNINO, at 7 o'clock. The M.
M Degree will be conferred.
By order W. M. C. B. SIOWALD.
AKOLTNA DRAMATIC CLUB. - AT?
TEND an Extra Meeting of your Club, THIS
EVENING, at 7 o'clck, at No. 276 King street.
Members will please be punctual, as business of
great Importance will be transacted.
By order. JOB DAWSON, Jr., Secretary.
CATHOLIC INSTITUTE.-THE REGU?
LAR Monthly Meeting of the Catholic Insti?
tute will be held THIS (Thursday) EVBNTNO, at 8
o'clock, at the Hall, Broad street, By order.
novio HENRY J. O'NEIL, Secretary C. I.
WASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-You are hereby summoned
to a tend an Extra Meeting at your Hall, THIS
(Thursday) EVENINO. at 7 o'clock.
By order of the President,
novio _W. CHAMBERLAIN. Secretary.
THE MEMBERS OF THE GABMKNT
SOCIETY, and all who are Interested In that
noble charity, are requested to meet at the Depos?
itory, In Chalmers street. TO-MORBOW, 11th inst,
at ll o'clock A. M., on business of importance.
NOTICE.-THE COMMITTEES AP?
POINTED by the different Fire Companies
of this city, for the purpose of co-operating with
the Marlon Fire Engine Company In a Ball to be
given on the 7th of December next, are requested
to meet on FRIDAY EVENING, the 11th Instant, at
the Hall,of the Marion Fire Engine Company,
Cannon street, at half-past 7 o'clock. Punctual
attendance ls desired. A. J. J AGER,
nov9-3_" Secretary aud Treasurer.
/I RAND LODGE OF ANCIENT FREE
UT MASONS OF SOOTH CAROLINA.-The An?
nual Communication of the Most Worshipful
Grand Lodge of Ancient Freemasons of South
Carolina, will be holden at Masonic Hall, Charles?
ton, on TUESDAY, the l&thof November, 1870, com?
mencing at high 12.
The Presidents of the various Railroads and the
Captains of Stenmboats have kindly permitted not
only the Grand Officers and Delegates, but all Ma?
sons and their families to pass and repass for one
fare. The full fare ls to be paid at the point of
starting, and return tickets will be famished upon
the Masons presenting a certificate ol member?
ship from their respective Lodges.
Worshipful Masters, and wardens and Dele
?ates of Subordinate Lodges, Grand Officers and
ast-Masters, will take doe notice, and govern
themselves accordingly. ?
B. RUSH CAMPBELL, .
43-The Colombia Phoenix wul copy three times,
3d, loth and 12th November, and send bill to the
Grand Secretary. nov3-th2mtul
lUrp ?ODO0, &z._
RT~G^OTTS! DRY GOODsj
CARPETING, MATTING, Ac, Ac., &C.
1870. FALL AND WINTER, 1810.
McLOT Sc BICE,
No. 270 RING STREET, CORNER CF HASEL
Have received per recent arrivals the largest and
most complete stock- cf
DBT GOODS, CARPETING, MATTING,' Ac.,
Ac, TO BE FOUND JN THE CITY.
We respectfully and confidently Invite strang,
ers and our country friends to examine our stock
berore purchasing elsewhere. A'large saving
No. 270 KINO STREET, CORNER OE HASEL
'...EXANDER McLOY. J. W. RICE.
?pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
Largest, beat aud finest selection in town.
1 case of fine DRESS GOODS ut 20c., worth 30c.
1 case or Plain Poplins, our own importation,
only 25c, worth 37:ye.
1 case of German Plaids, of all shades, only 40c.
1 case or % Black and White Poplin only 25c.
worth 40C. v
1 case of Empress Cloths, In all colors, only 65c.
celebrated Lenos make.
A large stock of the celebrated "Elephant" Al?
pacas, at very low figures.
All colors 10 Twilled Merinos, 4-4, at 85 to 90c.
26 piecei Irish SUk Poplins at $1, worth $1 60.
A grand selection of Albanate Striped, Plain and
Repped Silk Poplins, at reasonable prices.
10 pieces of Heavy Black silk at $2, worth $260.
Also, a fine selection of Coiored Silks, Colored
abd Black Velvetlnes and Velvets.
A full assortment of the latest styles Derby
.pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
1 case Black and White Large SHAWLS, only
$2 25, worth $3.
1 case B ack and White* Double Shawls, only
$4 25, worth $5.
1 case Men's Travelling Shawls, only $5, worth
A full selection of other Shawls from 76c. to $10.
3 cases of good quality Balmoral Skirts, only $1.
A full assortment of latest style Cloaks. oct3,t
URCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KINO STREET.
A supply or the Finest French, Belgian, German
English and Domestic CLOTHS.
Beavers, Doeskins, Broad Cloths. Velvetlnes,
Diagonal's, Meltons, Cheviots, Corduroy, Cassi*
Ladies' Cloaking-prices guaranteed to give full
1 case of doable width English Waterproof
Cloth, only $1, worth $150. Call in time to se?
cure lt. octsi
pUBCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
1 case OPERA FLANNELS, only 46 and 60c,
Red and Whlto Flannels, froml25c up.
loo pair White Blankets, 10 4. at $3 50, worth $5.
100 pair White Blankets, 10-4, Extra, at $5, worth
$7. Our Blanket stock being very large, and
bought direct from the factory, lt will be for the
benefit of those In want of Blankets to give ns the
first call. oc31
^URCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
NO. 244 KINO STREET.
A full assortment of Hecker's SHOPPERS,
Wax A Son's Balbrlgans, sold at importing prices.
100 dozen of the celebrated '? Videttel' Kid
Gloves at $1, quality warranted.
The only place to get the celebrated French
make or Coupe Jou vin and Alexander Derrent Kid
Gloves-tit and quality guaranteed.
A full Hue of Trimming and Sa?h Ribbons; Plain,
Striped and Plaid always on band.
25 cartoons o' Black and Colored Velvet Rib?
bons, at prices to defy competition.
A full assortment of FURS on hand. OQ'31
p URCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO ,
No. 241 KING STREET.
CARPET8 AND OIL CLOTHS.
50 rolls or two and three-ply CARPETS wUl be
sold 20 per cent, below ihelr value.
Hugs, Mats, Uli Ctol hs-large variety. oct81
gOO THERN DYE HOUSE.
; A new FRENCH DTK HOUSE ha3 been opened
at N0.-3S9 King street, where DYEING lu all col?
ors, and Cleaning of all kinds is done at the
shortest notice and in the best style.
BLASCOW, BILLER Sc CO.,
No. 359 King street, near corner George street,
,. Srjftft Brass.
g HEBT .BRASS, OF ALL THICKNESS?
ES 'AN4? WIDTHS, FOB SALE BY WM. SHEP
HERD AlCO.; No. 24 HAYNE STREET AND No. 35
B?NCKNEY STREET.. th
^ CAD EMT O F MUSIC.
W. M. HOLLAND..Lessee and M?nager.
JOSEPH MOARDLE.Business Manager.
The great Tragedian
Supported by Miss LILLIE, Mr. W. HARRIS and
W. M. HOLLAND'S Dramatic company."
For fire nights, commencing
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, IMO.
THURSDAY, November 10.RINO LEAR.
FRIDAY, November ll.VIRGINIOS.
General admission (1. Reserved seats tl 60.
Family Circle 60 cents. Gallery^ cents. Boxes
$7 60 and $15. ri
Two Grand Performances SATCRDAY AFTER?
NOON and EVENING, November 12. on which occa?
sion the Elfin Star, Miss EFFIE JOHNS, will
Special trams will be run to accommodate par?
ties at a distance, and seats can be secured by
mail or telegraph from this date at the Box Office
of thc Academy of Music.
oct3l-l2_F. 0. WELLS, Agent.
^CADEMY OF MUSIC.
The management takes great pleasure in In?
forming the public that the distinguished Artists,
MB. AND MRS. W. J. FLORENCE, 1
Have been secured and will commence an en?
SIX NIGHTS ONLY,
MONDAY, NOVEMBER UTE.
Box sheet opens at Holmes's Book Store THURS?
Particulars In future advertisements.
rJlO THE PEOPLE OF CHARLESTON.
THE MARION FIRE ENGINE COMPANY
Propose, on the 7th day of December next, to give
A GRAND BALL
ACADEMY OF MOSIC
The object of the Company ls to relieve itself
from the pressure of debt, so that its service to
the community may be rendered more free and
efficacious. The pay of the Department has been
reduced, and the usual resource for discharging
necessary expenses has thus been greatly'limit?
ed. The members of'the Company give their
services, which are not free from risk, very
cordially, and they make liberal contributions
themselves; but they cannot sustain the burden
that ls upon them In the purchase of their Steam
Engine and their current expenditures, without
aid from those who derive the whole benefit of
"rh? Marion Fire Company therefore appeal to
the citizens to give them liberal aid in the pur?
chase of Tickets, and in the countenance and
support of their present enterprise.
00KMITTBE MAMON STEAK FIRS ENGINE OOH
T. S. SIG WALD, J.R. KEEGAN,
A. J. J AG ER, J. P. CAHILL,
j. w. STEVENS, G. MCNEIL,
BL L. CALDER, W. W. SIGWALD,
M. HARRIS, J. DsLESLLVE.
The above appeal of the Marion Fire Company
ls respectfully recommended.
The Company ls one of the oldest In the Depart?
ment, and has done faithful service. I cheerfully
endorse the same, and trust a generous commu?
nity will sustain them. M. H. NATHAN,
novO-25 Chief Fire Department.
rp HE SKATING ASSEMBLIES
SkWill be resumed TUESDAY EVENING, November
8th, at which time the proprietor would be happy
to see all his old patrons.
novS-3_T. M. DaHONEY. Proprietor, w
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC HALL,
COMMENCING SATCRDAY 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 10.
Admission to Night Assemblies 60 cents; Chil?
dren 25 cents. Tickets in packages or twelve, $3.
Use of Skates, 25 cents.
Afternoon Assemblies, Ladles and Children, in?
cluding nae of Sates, 25 cents; Gentlemen, includ?
ing use of Skates, so cents.
Season tickets of admission (good for au assem?
blies during three months) for gentlemen $5; for
ladles $3; for gentlemen and lady $7 60.
SHERWOOD JOCFJ?Y CLUB,
BARNWELL COURTHOUSE, & 0.
The Annual Meeting will commence on WED?
NESDAY, December 2ist, 1870, and continue
FIRST DAT, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21.
First Race-Sweepstake, 2 mlle dash. Thirty dol?
lars entrance. Free to all horses.
Second Race-Sweepstake, mlle and repeat.
Twenty dollars entrance. For horses owned In
SECOND DAY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22.
Fir?t Race-Sweepstakes, mlle and repeat.
Twenty dollars entrance. Free to all horses.
Second Race-Sweepstake, mile dash. Fifteen
dollars entrance. For horses owned in Barnwell
THIRD DAY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23.
First Ku ce-Sweepstake, one and a half mlle
dash. Twenty-five dollars entrance. Free to all
Second Race-Sweepstake, halfmile and repeat.
Ten dollars entrance. For hones owned m Barn?
MW To each of the foregoing races the Club
will add plate or money.
Sweepstake, three-quarter mlle dash. Ten dol?
lars post entrance. Opened to all horses who
have run during the meeting. Beaten horses al?
lowed ave pounds. General J. HAGOOD,
President Sherwood Jockey Club.
Dr. JOHN S. STONEY, 8eoretary. nov3-th2
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, AND FURNISHING
MENKE A MULLER,
MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 325 KINO STREET,
Have just opened the largest and finest stock of
Clothing ever offered in this city for MEN,
YOUTHS AND BOYS, comprising a full assort?
ment of DKE3S and BUSINESS SUITS, Derby
Suits, Walking Coats, Overcoats, Pea Jackets, Ac.
The largest onion ls ol Imported goods, and
manufactured into garments by ourselves-we
can therefore recoin ni-nd them as regards fit,
wear and workmanship.
Our TAILORING DEPARTMENT ls supplied w th
the finest i-eiection of English, French, German
and Domestic Cloths, Doeskins, Beavers. Tricots,
Meltons, Ve vetlne, Diagonals, Cheviots, Cordu?
roy, Casslmerca. .tc, and a large variety of mod?
ern Pants and Ves> Patterns, which we make up
to order, by measure, in the latest style. The
foreman in this department or our business has
no equal In the artistic world for cutting and pro?
ducing an elegant fir.
FURNISHING GOO OS.-This department is sup?
plied with the Celebrated %? shirts, English,
French and Domestic Undershirts and Drawers,
Alexandre and Couvolssier's Kids, Buckskin, Cas
slmere, Silk and thread Cloves, Linen and Paper
Colmrs, Neck Ties. B<IWE, .-caris, Pocket Handker?
chief, Socks, Umbrellas. Ac.
Our stock has been selected with great care,
and prices marked very low In plain figures.
Buyers In our line will find it to their advan?
tage to call lu and see ror themselves beiore pur?
chasing elsewhere. novl-tuth?2mos,
L . JURS,
Having Just received a ne<v und complete
Block or CLOTHS, Cassi meres, Vest Pat tenn and
Furnishing Goods, ls prepared to make to order
Gentlemen's Clothes in the latest styles and from
the best materials.
Particular attention ls requested to the follow?
ing specialties :
FINE BROADCLOTHS, FANCY CASSIMERES,
SILK. VEST PATTERNS.
Call and examine for y oursei f at No. 147 King
fctreet. . octl2
A FULL ASSORTMENTJaat received by
DR. H. BALK,
'alys N J Ul Meeting street.
Q.?NNY CLOTH ! GUNNY OLOTB?l
POTT BALES GUNNY CLOTH, In Store sad for
sale In lots to snit purchasers, br
E. I.AJFTTTE A CO.,
No. 3 Chamber or Commerce building.
CHOICE NEW YORK SUGAE CURED
10 boxes and barrels Choice New York Sugar
Cared STRIPS, Jost received and for sale br
DOrtO-1 LACKEY A ALEXANDER
QOAL 1 COAL ! COAL !
325 tons of Superior Red Ash, Egg and Store
COAL, now landing from schooner P. St. Clair Ed?
wards. For sale low while discharging.
Apply to C. W*. SEIGNIOUS,
No. 271 East Bay, west side,
novlo-2 Between Hasel and Wenworth Btreets.
?pLOUR, SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, Ac.
J E F F O RDS A CO..
Nos. 17 and 10 VENDUE RANGE, OFFER AT
LOWEST HARKET RATES:
500 bblB. Fresh Ground FLOUR
25 hhds. Choice Clear Rib Sides
20 hhds. Prime Smoked Shoulders
10 tierces Choice S. C. Haras
. lo tierces Pure Leaf Lard
25 bbl*. Heavy City Mess Pork
20,000 pounds Prime Dry Salt Sides t
10,000 pounds Dry Salt Bellies
loo sat ks Rio Coffee
160 bbls. Relined Sugars
loo cases 2 and 3 Bs, Freeh Tomatoes
76 cases Fresh Peaches
loo oases, 1 and 2 rb, Fresh Oyst ara.
.J^EW YORK ELEPHANT BAGGING.
Rolls of the above chotee heavy BAGGING,
'Elephant" brand, constantly for sale by
oet25-tuthslmo MORDECAI A CO.
JJAY! HAY! HAY! .jj,
608 bales Prime Eastern HAY, ex ship "City of
Halifax," landing this day at Accommodation
Wharf. For sale by
? , RAVENBL A HOLMES,
nov? No. 177 East Bay.
1240 bbls. Choice Eating POTATOES, Jackson
Whites, Ac, ex ship "City of Halifax," landing
this day at Accommodation Wharf. For sale by
RAVENEL A- HOLMES,
nov9 No. 177 East Bay.
?pOTATOESl POTATOES I
Now landing, ex brig Heelin, at Brown A Co.'a
200 barrels JACKSON WHITE POTATOES, in
One order, will be sold from wharf, la lots to.suit
purchasers, at $3 per barrel cash on delivery.
Apply to MOSES GOLDSMITH A SON,
nov9 . Vendue Range.
GOLD C HOP, No, i.
For sale low by" ' ^'
JOSEPH B, PURDY,
Nos. 22 and 34 Malden Lane, New York.
^-Established 1843. nov9-o
?EN AND OATS.
10,000 bushels prime old CORN
3,000 bushels prime black and white Seed
and reeding Oats.
For sale by
wye_ T. J. KERR A 00.
AR FOR SALE.
loo barrels on wharf '%,
100 barrels to arrive * fr
20 barrels Fish (N. C. Mullets)
20 barrels Yam Potatoes. Apply on
OCt25 _. MAMWALffSWHAftF.
EATH & RIOE
No. 0 HATNESTREBT, CHARLESTON, & C.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IK
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, CIGARS,
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 still retained the services of Mr. JOB
DAWSON, who wu! be pleased to see his friends.
ffgmbgr, SneU &t.
CHARLESTON STEAM SAW .AND
The proprietor respectfully informs his friends
and the public, that arrangements have been
made by which he will continue to (Ul all orden
for SAWED LUMBER, with satisfaction and dis?
Now on hand, an assortment of Sawed Lumber,
anda large stock of Seasoned Dressed Lumber.
JOHN H. STEINMEYER,
Gadsden, west end Beaufaln and Wenthworth sta.
Just received, forty (40) thousand prime
CYPRESS SHINGLES. For sale at lowest market
prices. nov ?-6 i
O. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, AND
50 tons No. 1 PURE PERUVIAN GUANO, from
the Galucha Islands;,
60 tons Wheelock's Vegetator. *
25 tons Dissolved Bone. *
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
AGENCY FOR THE PERUVIAN
Thc 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 wen
as from stups 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 satlfactory guarantees or its quality aaa
purity will always be furnished when desired.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.,
^aromare, Cuilerp, &r.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
PARLOR, OFFICE AND COOKING STOVES,
Among which are:
STEWART'S PARLOR BASE BANNER, the
Southern Gem and the Cottage Cook, both first
rate Cooking Stoves, with galvanized tanks,
warming closets, and other modern improve?
A variety of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, con?
TEA TRAYS, of various patterns.
Toilet Palls, Slop Jars and ?-'ooc Tubs.
Dish Covers, Chafing Dishes, Urns.
Table and Pocket 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 celebra*,
ed UNION KEROSENE STOVES, and-DUVAL*3
J. B. DUVAL A SON,
No. 337 King street,
nov3 One door north of Liberty street.
HISOLM & WHALEY,
No. 39 BROAD STREET.
The uadei signed have this day formed a copart?
nership for carrying on the Practice or Law, na?
der the firm name or CHISOLM k WHALEY.
R. CH3SOLM, JR.
OCt24 W. JAMES WHALEY.
TT O A. MOSES, PH. D.,
GEOLOGIST AND MINING ENGINEER,
No. 28 GEORGE STREET.
Preliminary Examinations of Phosphate and
Mineral Lands, Geological Surveys and Maps, Es?
timates of Values, and Plana of Mining furnished.
TTPHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SURE CURE FOR DB7?T?KENNESS.
One Dollar a Bottle. Sent by mall, postage
paid, on receipt of price.
The Antidote ls the best remedy that can be
administered In Manla-a-Potu, and also rt* aa
nervous affections. a
For sale by Dr. H. BAER
Na ia Meeting street,
oct? Agent for South carolina?