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THURSDAY, NOYEMBEE 17; 1870.
SEWS OE THE OAT.
-Gold closed in New York yesterday at 12 *
ai2X. . " .. ,
-Cotton was firm; uplands J6)?c.; sales 6500
-At Liverpool cotton ciosed firmer; uplands
9?id; Orleans 9#d; sales 12,000 bales.
-It is suggested in Paris to photograph letters
on aver; red need scaleA and thus be able to send
sevc ai monsand communications by one pigeon
-The female member of the Ohio bar advertises
herself as a* "attorneyess at law?1' Shebas not
yet had a case-ess. ,
-Charlotte Cushman has entirely recovered
'from her illness, aad will -shortly resume her pro?
, -"Napoleon le Sedantaire" is the nick-name
now given the Emperor by some of the French
-The'New England shoe manufacturers are
complaining that their dull season has begun a
week earlier than usual this year. '
-There are two william WilUamses elected to
the Forty-second Congress-one from Indiana, a
. RepubUcan, the other from New Yoi*, aDcmo
;<erat. . t:. ", .,..' *.
-Rev. Dr. John M. 'Forbes, who created con
?jsid?rabla?alk in NewjYofK. some.trine ago/ by be- J j
comings QathoUc, and .some mora by going back J ^
.to tho Episcopal Church, is to be married In a few
.days to a lady younger than some of his children.
;,, -The inquiry ordered by Count Bismarck into '
: th6 loss caused by Napole?n I to Prussia snows j
.thaf between 1806 and i sos alone, in only a part of
-Prussia, damage waa. sustained to tue amount of | j
. -At least 3?O0 German provision columns are
dally occupied in collecting everything eatable In
the neighborhood of Paris, though; interminable
provision, columns are', sent ' from'. t?e'railway
stations of Nogent and NahteuiL
-A letter lathe Allgemeine Zeltung notices tho
difficulties under which the government or Lor?
raine, by the German?',-1&- carried on. A police
commissioner, who hoi thirty villages under, his
control, has to make ?j dally circu?; bf eighteen qr
twenty mUes. and can go nowhere without an
escort pf Uhlans. . ..." , , ?
,' -Of the 20,000 horses captured at Sedan and
elsewhere the best have been picked out and sup?
plied to, the German artillery ' and cavalry. Those
include many capital Norman horses for the cav?
alry, and heavy animals for} the artUlery. The
.Barbary horses of the African troop's, excellent as
they are, axe deemed tao small for the Prussian
^avalry. '. '.. "t
.'. -The,, druggist Helmbold has brought suit
;tjgalnst'the New york Herald for one hundred
*liOusand dollars damage for ridiculing and, abus
. lng him |u ILS columns, because, as bo alleges, bo
bad withdrawn Ids advertisements (rom that pa?
per. 'Belmbold, publishes a card, saving lie has
frequently sought to oh tain satisfaction ire m this'
paper, and, failing, he brings the.first suit in his
- -The decision ot Judge Nelson is looked for
with i'tteivst Inthe caae.of one Berrj,.of Kentuc^
ky, a gu?rilla, sen't ra the Afbahypen?t?ntlary by1
a Uni ted States Court. It la .contended on, the
part of the prisoner, a white man, that it li n^n
! cons tl tu tlonal to try in a United States Court a
rCltlsen of a State, for murder, wheu the State
courts are open, unless the murder was commit?
ted in a fort, or some other territory exclusively'
under the Jurisdiction"?* the UnlteiTstates^?nd
? further, that as Kentucky-''TOS never out of tho
-?Union, and her State courts were always-open
rnocourt:marttal could lawfully .try . any person'
n& enlisted or employed m the United States'
-A N*w York letter of tho lath inst. saj8: "The
report that uv er tures are making for a COD oi U ai lon
between Democratic and Republican .Free Trade
Congressmen, with a view to ? revision of the
tarifTat the approaching! session br Congress, ls
only q uallfie-ny correct. No sn Cb coalition has
yet been perfected, bat:it is true, that a.corres?
pondence has been opened between certain of the
higrr contracting parties, with that end in view,
with what success rematas to be se?H." The "Free:
Trade League here-are'very aetlvo4n'ihe matter,
but their proceedings as yet are marked with
much reserve. Leading protectionists, who have
wind of the matter, are greatly alarmed, and
casting about for such combinatlohVon their pair,
as wUl serve to ward off the' "breakers ahead."
-The Chinese evidently Intend to show fight if
attacked by any European power on account of
the massacre of French missionaries In Tientsin
On tihe.20tb of August they Ti ad pi a ced S000 troops
within a day's march of that pity, and bad post
tlvely'.rpfused to surrender the three mandarins
who were la office when the slaughter took place.
Munitions of war are Jbelng shipped from Shang.
hal to the north in great quantities, and the Tsku
forts had been armed and provisioned. More?
over, through the Inaction of the British naval
force, the Chinese ?tad been allowed to secure the
mouth of the it. er leading to Tientsin and Pekin.
There, In 1859; the attack oT Admiral Hope on the
forts was defeated, and perhaps lt may again be?
come the scene of discomfit are..
-The great San'Fi??cisco Mercantile Library
aott^. thedrawtauj-'oir which created so much
txoltement' a few days'ago, has already caused
me suicide at Sanean cisco, and the widespread
nlschlef which has indirectly proceeded from it
s severely and properly commented upon by tr.c
California newspapers. In order to raise the
kum of $240,000, tickets were eold.ro the amount
of $1,000^000. Laborers, l widows, servant girls,
and, eVetf.chiben, invested all they could rake
and scrape together, on the chance of wmnlnga
prize. The day of. the drawing, business in San
Francisco was almost '.entirely suspended, and a
Und of .universal delirium prevailed. Of course,
when one ticket-holder was lucky enough tobe
rewarded with a prize, sdme hundreds had to be
disappointed; and lt will be long before they re
cover from t?c shock. In tne room or the suicide^
mentioned were found a~uuantlty or tickets and
coupons, which had cost some $100, and hal all
turned out blanks, showing pretty conclusively
the Immediate Impulse to self-destruction.
-The devastation wrought by the siege of Paria,
is specially notable In-the environs, once Its pride
and crowning glory. A letter by balloon-mall de?
scribes a tour to the Village of Le Folle, at the In?
tersection or the raliway to Strasbourg wiihthe
Canal de l'Ourcq. Before the siege the. roads
rrom Paris to Le Folle were Aned with beautiful
villas, and, at the least, three thousand vehicles
passed over them every day. Now the whole ls a
scene or desolation. Hares and rabbits, driven
from thc woods by their occupance by the Ger?
mans, bounded across the road ; troops of vagrant
dogs lurked about, deserted by their owners.
When caught they are taken to the Jardin de
Plantes to feed the carnivorous wild beasts.
Bveryfence, shutter, door, gate and casing has
been cutup ror ruel, and the outposts, composed
or Francs-tireurs and Mobiles, complain of scarcity
of food, receiving meat but tw'ce a week. The
German outposts are only two hundred yards
distant, but so well do they conceal themselves
that not a mau ls to be seen.
Judge- Carpenter and General Butler.
It was evident from thc beginning of the
late canvass that the Scott Radicals could
wily be defeated by the united efforts of the
whites, seconded, by a lange colored vote,
and when the Reform Convention was held
the prospects of the opposition, iu the public
mind'/were so desperate that any man of
reputation might have found a plausible ex?
cuse for declining a nomination where the
only certainties were hard work and the bit?
ter abuse of the whole Radical party. With
a fall knowledge of all the circumstances,
the gentlemen nominated by the Reform
Convention accepted tho leadership br the
party, and, with patriotic ardor, opened at
once the political campaign. Their whole
conduct proved that they were animated by
the purest and most unselfish motives-by a
generous desire to do all that might be done
for the political regeneration of the State.
General M. C. Butler, the Reform candi?
date for Lieutenant-Governor, already en?
joyed the esteem and good-will of his fel?
low-citizens. There was nothing in the
position for which he was nominated to
tempt ambition. At the best, the reward
must be small in comparison with thc heat
and burden of the canvass. Yet the gal?
lant soldier spared no time or pains in what
was not his cause, but the cause of his peo?
ple. Nearly every county was warmed by
his ?loquent words, and cheered by his man?
ly vindication of the integrity and worth of
South Carolina. And we only.express the
sentiment of the, people when we say that a
heavy debt of gratitude is due to General M.
C. Butler"- as knightly a combatant in the
arena of politics as on the field of war, a
man whom the older citizens respect and
trnst, and to whom the younger men look up
with confidence, admiration and love. -
Judge Carpenter, the Reform candidate
for Governor, was almost a stranger in the
State, where he had, nevertheless, lived
long enough to bring new. honor to the judi?
cial ermine, and to prove himself worthy of
the faith of the people. As a Republican,
standing high, in the councils of his part}-,
is a man of large abilities and strong mind,
lhere was no position in his party to. which
ie might hot aspire. But the venality and
?rickeryof tbe so-called Republicans com?
posing the Scott f?liqae wer? foreign, to his
sentiments, anti, at the call of the Reform
Convention, he accepted the leadership of
the irntiority, resigned his judicial office, and
centred upon himself the hatred and malig?
nity of the whole, faction;,which opposed the
endeavor of the Reformera to reconcile the'
whites and blacks, and to elect to office only
honest and intelligent men. How splendid?
ly Judge Carpenter labored in the cause of
Reform, all the people know. Ile.was slan?
dered aid abused, with wonderful ingenuity,
(rom the beginning of the canvass to its
close. Biit the'shafts feU liarrnless. On the
day of casting the vete, Judge Carpenter
stood higher tima he had ever done bffore.
The indomitable courage and vast energy
of the man bad silenced calumny and com?
pelled respect, jtud had, besides, implanted
in tb? public breast a -iirm belief in hid pub?
lic disititereste'djieas^-and personal integrity.
Judge Carpenter waa never sanguine of suc?
ceeding. It was, so to speak, a forlorn hope
which ne led. Bot seldom has a candidate
fought harder to win ; ?nd never lias one bet?
ter deserved a.victory. South Carolinais
thebome.of Judge Carpenter. Here he ex?
pects to live, and, although he may not
again be williDg to enter political life, he is
entitled, at all times and ander all circum?
stances, to the grateful remembrance of our
people... i .,_ _
The Spreading War Cloud.
"jn^tie prostration ol France, and the ex*
peeled isolation of England, the .Czar of all
theRossiasTnay hope to lindan opportunity,
of ' prosecuting the Muscovite designs in the
East. The road IQ Constantinople ?3 as
open/.nowias when the .large-b.r.ayied Peter
defined the future policy of his Empire, and
the Russier, diplomatists, obstinate and per?
severing rather than subtle and ingenious,
bay? nev??;a*oandoded the fixed purpose of
annexing , the provinces of European Tur?
key. The Crimean War. compelled Rusaia
to give guarantees to"Turkey, but even then
it was evident to the Allies themselves that
theirj/oe would return to the charge when?
ever the changes in European politics should
alienate France from England, or either of
them from the Porte.
The articles of the Treaty of 1856 most
obnoxious to Russia are as follows:
VART. .11. The Black Sea ls neutralized.
While open 'to the mercantile marines of all
nations, Us waters and ports are formally and
in perpetuity interdicted to vessels of war,
whether belonging to nations, having territory
bordering on it or otherwise.
: ART. 13. Thc Black Sea being neutralized by
a foregoing provision, Russia and Turkey en?
gage neither to construct nor ma:ntain any
naval or military arsenal upon its coast."
The treaty .was modified last year to the
?xtent of allowing Russia, under certain re
serrations, to have a limited number ofsliips
jf-war ?n the Black Sea; but nothing less is
30w demanded than the entire abrogation of
-he treaty, which prevents her from fortify?
ing her southern coast, or from entering the
Black :Sea with the bulk-of her powerful
navy. This, was to b? the first ?tep, and lt
will be justified by Russia upon the ground
that the Black Sea is her best defence in wari
?nd the chief trottet ic-rtbc immense trade
jf the regions traversed by the Dnieper and
Danube. There is the additional reason,
understood or expressed, that the Black; Sea
?ffera the best base for aggressive operations
against the Turk.
.-At the first glance, it would seem tba! no
combination can be made strong enough* to
prevent' the abrogation of the Treaty of
1856, and the /arther prosecution of the
scheine of Russian aggrandizement checked
in the West by the unification of Germany.
France is powerless, and, as the mission-of
M. Thiers shows, is ready to make any bar?
gain with Russia which may hasten the con?
clusion of the German war. Italy has no rea?
son now for casting her lot with England,
and is," besides, busily engaged in digesting
the Roman States, and perfecting the ma?
chinery of her government. England
more powerful now than she was in 1854,
but her military strength is not great, and
the understanding existing between Prussia
and Russia is a new element of at least un?
certainty. Turkey has not been idle during
the past fifteen years. Important changes
have been made in the organization and
equipment of her armies, and, when prop?
erly led, a half million Turkish soldiers are
no contemptible adversaries. The fleet,
altogether recovered from the Sinope massa?
cre, consists of 185 vessels, inclcdiog several
iron-clads, and is in a high state of disci?
pline and effectiveness. But, on the other
hand, it is reasonable to suppose that the (
Viceroy of Egypt, in case of war, might
lean more to Russia than to his suzerain the
Sultan. Austria has- too many domestic
troubles to be willing to fight unless forced
into the'struggle. Her Hungarian subjects
demand that the Russian pretensions be re?
sisted, while her German peoples gravitate
steadily towards united Germany. Eng?
land and Turkey, therefore, might be ex?
pected to stand alone against the Colossus
of the North, and, unless Inkermann, Ears
and Balaklava are forgotten, these two Em?
pires are an enemy which'even Russia can?
not despise. , .; ' .'
But it is not certain that there will be any
war. England requires peace. Turkey
dreads war. Diplomacy will be exhausted
before either Abdul Aziz or Queen Victoria
draws the sword in a contest in which they
?have much to lose and so little to gain. The
difference is, however, that while England
may afford to wait, Turkey must know that
every year swells the power of Russia, and
brings nearer the inevitable day of the dis?
memberment of the Ottoman Empire.
The German Vote.
The Radical soft-sawder about "Fatherland
"and Prussian victories" has had no eflect
upon the German voters of New York who,
in almost solid mass, voted the Democratic
ticket In the largest German ward in the
city, where last year the Democratic ma?
jority was only 1038, this year it is 5000. In
the Great West, also, and especially in Mis?
souri, the Germans, under the leadership of
Gratz Brown and Carl Schurz, have shown
themselves stalwart champions of political,
liberty. Mainly by their votes is the State of
lyiissouri delivered from an insupportable
despotism, To the German vote, 70,000 citi?
zens owe their enfranchisement.
There is, indeed, nb people to whom Radi?
cal intolerance and Radical extravagance
are more odious than to tile Germans. The
Germans lova freedom, not o3 an abstrac?
tion, but as a living, breathing reality. They
demand free thought and free act, and the
Puritanical bigotry which would dictate
what to wear, what to eat and what to drink,
is foreign to all thc liberal impulses of their
nature. They are, besides, a thrifty and
frugal people, and the riotous waste of the
Radical administrations-State and Fed?
eral-is in direct conflict with all their In?
terests. Without brag or bombast, the Ger?
mans go quietly on their way, but they may
always be relied on as important auxiliaries
in delivering the whole people from blue
laws, carpet-baggers and systematic public
GENERAL B. F. BUTLER, since the Demo?
cratic victories in tho North and West, has
come to the conclusion that the Republican
party is moribund, and that nothing can
save it from extinction but a war with Eng?
land, for the conquest of Canada, as a set?
tlement of the Alabama claims. A war
policy might be popular witli army contract?
ors and all the bomb-proof departments of
the .opposing forces, but any sort of war,
upon any pretext, will be s'eadlly opposed
by the South. These Southern States de?
mand peace ! Aud that, we suppose, is tho
reason why Radicals like Ben Butler begin
to damor for war.
THE same distinguished strategist-Gen?
eral B. F. Butler-declares that the Repub?
lican party "is not now united upon a single
.question or public policy." Wc beg his
pardon. They are united in the belief that
t^ie South can be won by blows more surely
than by kindness, and that to support such"
a Ring as that which the Boston Advertise}'
denounces is the surest way of converting
to Radicalism the intelligence and wealth of
the South. .
Tte Daily Union is. the name of a uew
Republican paper, the first number of which
was issued in Columbia, on Tuesday last.
The enterprise, we presume, is born of the
sffecess of the Radical State Government in
the recent elections. While ailirming its alle?
giance to "The Party," T/ie Union starts
with fair promises, and pledges its support
to a variety of good things, concerning
which nobody will be disposed to quarrel
with it. ? * . .
GARIBALDI and the French Generals have
agreed upon a plan of operations. In view
of the starvation policy in vogue with the
Germans, this plan is surely the ifa?-a-plan.
gO U T H ERN DYE "HOUSE. "
Anew FK.ENCU DYE UUU.SE has been opened
at No. 35? Klug 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 & CO.,
No. 399 King street, near corner George street,
TEEL CORN MILLS,
m "CORN'S" INDIAN CORN MILLS,
from Birmingham, England,
At the following reduced prices In lots of six or
more; for cash or city acceptance:
No. L . No; 3. No. ?.
$3 00. ..' j $3.50. $t oo. Each.
At S. R. MARSHALL'S.
Corner King and society streets,
Sign of the Big Gun.
Columbia Phoenix copy as marked, and send
bill to S. K. Marshall.
WANTED, A WHITE GR COLORED
GIRL to rabid children.. Apply at. No. 105
East Bay (up stairs;) References required.
"ITTANTED, A GOOD HOUSE SERVANT
TV and Chambermaid. Apnly at No. 50 Rut
ledge avenue, east side, third door above Cannon
street, _ novl7-l?
HOUSE GIRL.-WANTED, A COLOR?
ED woman, without children, well :1
posed, and or good character, to attend to house
work, and to assist in minding a child. None
need apply unless with good recommendations
character, Ac. Apply to No. 19 Montague street.
WANTED, A WHITE SERVANT GIRL
German preferred, to cook and wa9h ror
a small family. Inquire at southeast corner
Glebe and George streets, between the hours of
A. M. and 12 M. this day._noyl7-l
ANTED, A SMALL HOUSE, .OR
comfortable Suite of Rooms. Address W
G. M., through Postomce._novl7-3?
WANTED, A SMART GIRL, COLORED
to do the work of a. small family. Apply
at No. 13 Laurens etreet. novi7-l*
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN 1
years old, of steady habits and good edu
cation, a situation in some wholesale establish
ment or an office. Is willing to work and make
himself userul. References furnished if necessary
Address "B. P.." DAILY NEWS office. novi7
WANTED, A WOMAN TO WASH AND
iron ; must come well recommended. Ap
Dly at No. ?JG Society street, opposite Lee's Sta
WANTED, A SERVANT, TO COOK
anti WaslL Apply at No. 29 Meeting
WANTED, A WHITE FEMALE ' SER
VANT to cook and wash. Apply at No. 08
St. Phillp street._novis
AMALE TEACHER WANTED, TO
take charge of the Mineral Springs Acade
mv, Marlboro' County, S. C. Good references re
quired. Address B. N. ROGERS, Bennettsvllle
g. C. _novl2-l5
WANTED, A CAPABLE COLORED
man as House Seryant, and to take care
ot a garden. He must come well recommended
Apply to W. C. COURTNEY A CO., No. 8 Central
WANTED, A VESSEL TO BRING
Rough Rice from the South to this mar
kct. Apply at this office._ oem
COMPANION OR HOUSEKEEPER.
A lady or cheerful disposition, to whom
salary would be no object, desires to obtain em
ploy ment as a governess, lady's companion or
housekeeper, either In the city or country. An
Interview or any further Information may be had
by ad' resslng P, DAILY NBWS office. oct28
IF YOU WANT A GOOD SEWING
Machine, and a cheap one, go to LUNS
FORD'S, m Queen street, and you wUi find it.
WANTED-AGENTS, ($20 PER DAY)
to sell the celebrated HOME SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINE. Has the "under-feed,"
makes the "lock stich" (alike on both sides) and
ls fully licensed. The best and cheapest Family
Sewing Machine In the market. Address JOHN
SON, CLARK A CO., Boston, Mass., Pittsburg
Pa., Chicago, 111., or St. Louis, Mo. oe ti:-imo
. ?o Vitra.
FOR RENT, m 8U?TES OF APART
MENTS, that delightfully situated- RESI
DENCE, No. 6 Llmehouse street, with large flower
garden, and yard and spacious outbuilding?. The
House ls conveniently arranged for division, and
ls handsomely tined up with all the modem im
proveniente. For terms apply to LOWNDES A
GRIMBALL. No. 20 Broad street. nov!7-th3
FOR RENT OR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE In Orangebnrg District, situated
on Lyons Creek, three and a half miles from the
.South Carolina Railroad. The tract contains
2S00 acres, soil rich red clay, adapted to cotton,
corn; wheat, root crops and clover.
A splendid range for cattle; sunny hillsides ror
vlaeyards, and low lands for meadows. Lyons
Creek, a large, never-falling stream runs throngh
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.
Tlie estate has on lt all the necessary farm
buildings, negro houses, barns, stables, gin
houses and small dwelling. It has been In con
stant cultivation since the war, and the splendid
growing crop would give entire satisfaction.
It is offered for rent or sale, on reasonable
Address Mrs. L ' M. KEITT,
Soolety Hill, Darlington District, S. O.
Or R. M. MARSHALL A BRO., No. 33 Broad
FOR SALE. A DAVIS PATENT SODA
APPARATUS, with Fountains and Marble
Counter. R. M. M A Rill A LL A BRO., Real Estate
Brokers, No. 38 Broad street._novi6-2?
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
$-150 will buy 1 Six Horse STEAM ENGINE,
and French Burr Stone GRIST MILL. Apply at
FOR SALE, THAT LARGE AND ELE?
GANT three story Brick Residence, situated
ai the northwest corner of Pitt and Calhoun
streets. Terms easy. Apply to W. J. McKERALL;
Minion, S. C._Julyla-mth
NEWSPAPERS.-FOR SALE A QUANTI
TY or i he above. Anplv at Boura or Trade
Room?, No. lill Meeting street._novlO-tlau
AT PRIVATE SALE. - HANDSOME
. AND DESIRABLE RESIDENCE IN THE
UKALTHY AND GROWING TOWN OF FLOR?
ENCE, S. C.-AU that LOT OF .LAND, measuring
275 feet on Irby street, and 150 feet on Evans
street, with the neat and handsome two story
Dwelling House, Kitchen, Stables, Storehouse,
Dalry and all necessary outbuildings. The dwc.l
in- lias six condonable rooms. All the build
lugs are in excellent order, on the premises ure
a choice selectlouor fruit trees, grape vines and
shade trees; also, an excellent vegetable garden.
Gooil well or pure water. In all, the enrtre
premises are in splendid order, and regarded u
most desirable residence, and located lu the
fashionable street. The terms will be reasonable
to an acceptable party. Apply to or address
. . GEORGE Mci). STOLL,
Real Estate Agent,
octlo-mthZmos . Florence. S. C.
FOR SALE,-I HAVE ON HAND AND
for sale another supply of second-hand
Sewing Machines, of various makers, which I
will dispose of very cheap. Call and examlue at
No. 27 Queen street. J. LUNSFORD.
OLA Kf\f\ -FOR SALE, A LONG
?D*db?JUU. ESTABLISHED B U S I -
NESS, (Retail,) paving a net prout of $2500 per an?
num. Ampie time given a purchaser to learn tho
business. This ls a rare chance ror 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 Naws Office, giving real
FOR SALE, THREE FARMS, TWO
miles from the Port Royal Railroad, in
the- Whippy Swamp neighborhood. One Farm
contains 375 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
all the seasons. For particulars apply to K, D.
H., BarnwebWIllage. maylO
LOST, ON TUESDAY MORNING, BE
TWEEN the Market and Grace Church, a
LUCI es' POCKETBOOK, somewhat worn, and con
! laming six or seven dollars In h?ls and fractional
currency, some car tickets and memoranda. The
latter are of no value but to tnc owner, but will
serve to Identify the propertv. A reward will he
paid if the finder leaves the" Book either at this
office or with Mrs. SNOWDEN, at the Widow's
Home, Broad street. novo
ANIGHT. SCHOOL FOR COLORED
Citizens lias bceu opened In St. Peter's
school House, Wentworth street. No distinction
or creed. Terras, 50 cents every other Monday, in
advance. Lessons everv night rrom hair-past 7
o'clock. Saturdays and Sundays excepted. octl8
ENGLISH AND GERMAN SCHOOL, No.
82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercises ol
thHiustliution embrace all the branches necessary'
ror a good English and Commercial education.
Hie hours fruin 3 to 5 o'clock P. M. are devoted
to German lessons, viz: Grammar, Speaking,
Writing and Reading. Lessons lu Drawing and
Moulding overy Saturday morning. Thc Night
School rrom 7 to 9 o'clock, ror exercises or Arith?
metic, Reading,, spelling and Writing, and Orna?
mental and Mechanical Drawing for adults.
The Academy rs uncier my special superinten?
dence, with the assistance or Mr. J. MCDONALD,
Miss J. H. ANGEL, MIBS LEONHARD!1, Miss J.
Vocal Music by Proressor F. BERCKHAN.
C. H. BERGMANN,
"jp! OMOOPATHIC REMEDIES.
A FULL ASSORTMENT Just received by
DR. H. BAER,
'uly6 mo isl Meeting street.
FTNJON BEFjDRM WORKINGMEN^ AS
U ?T?J'C I AT TON.-Attend Regular Monthly.
?ee;lng at 7 o'clock, - THIS EVEKING, ..flt your
Room, Bogard-stree . Pnnctnal in attendance
is business of importance to be submitted.
Br order of President, JOHN- NISBILTT.
novn JOHN F. VAND ER LIPPE, Secretary.
CHARLESTON RIFLEMEN CLUB.
Ton are hereby summoned to attend an Ex?
tra Meeting of your Club, THIS (Th U rid av)-KV B
S'INO, at half-past 7 o'clock precisely. A full and
punctual attendance is requested, as business of
mportance ts to be transacted.
By order. H. D. BIOAISE,
PALMETTO PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE
ASSOCIATION.-The' Regular Quarterly
Meeting of this Association will be held at Market
dal:, THIS EVENING, 17th Instant, at 7 o'clock.
By order. W. H. WELCH,
nov!7_Secretary and Treasurer.
RAILROAD MEETING.-THE MEET?
ING ot the Stockholders of the Blue Ridge
Railroad, which was to have taken place in Co?
lumbia, on Thu rs clay, the 17th instant,.has been
postponed until the 24th instant, at 8 o'cloofc P.
M., at same place. '?> novl5-3
BOARD-A LARGE, NICELY FUR?
NISHED Room with Dressing Room attach?
ed, sultab'e for a gentleman and wire; also, a
Bingle Room, with excellent Board. Dinner from
2 to 4, as may be desired. Location on King
Btreet (central.) Terms reasonable. Inquire at
this oihce. . novl6-6*
SDrn ?coos, #c.
Y GOODS! DRY GOODS.l
CARPETING, MATTING, Ac., Ac, Ac
1870. FALL AND WINTER. 1870.
McLOY & RICE,
No. 270 KING STREET, CORNER OF BASEL
Have received per recent arrivals the largest and
most complete stock of;
DRY GOODS, CARPETING, MATTING, Ac,
Ac, TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY.
We respectfully and confidently Invite strang?
ers and our country friends to examine our stock
betdre purchasing, elsewhere. A large saving
guarenteed. . . .
No. 270.KING STREET, CORNER OE HABEL
ALEXANDER McLOY. J. W. RICE.
XpURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
Largest, best and finest selection In town.
1 case of fine DRESS GOODS at 20c, worth 80c
l case of Plain Poplins, our own importation,
only 25c, worth 37)(c
l case of German Plaids, of all shades, only 40c,
.l ease of % Black and White Poplin only 25c.
^?vortli 4 Qc?
l case of Empress Cloths, in all colors, only 65c.
celebrated Lehos make.
A large stock of the celebrated "Elephant" Al?
pacas, at veiw low figures.
AU colors .10 twilled Merinos, 44, at 85 to80c.
25 piece? Irish Sill: Poplins at $1, worth $1 60.
A grand selection pf Albanate Striped, Piala and
Repped Silk Poplins, at reasonable prices.
10 pieces of Heavy Black Mik at $2, worth $250.
Also, a fine' selection of Colored Silks, Colored
and Black Yelvetlues and Velvets.
A full assortment of the latest styles Derby
?piURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO..~~
No. 244 KENO STREET.
8 H AW L DEPARTMENT.
l case Black and White Large SHAWLS, only
$2 25, worth $3.
1 case Black and White Double ShawlB, only
$4 26, worth $5.
l case Men's Travelling Shawls, only $6, worth
A full selection of other Shawls from 75c. to $10.
3 cases of good quality BalmoralSkirta, only $1.
A full assortment of latest style Cloaks. oct3l
TjlURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO-,
No. 244 KING STREET.
A supply of the Finest French, Belgian, German
English and Domestic CLOTHS.
Beavers, Doeskins, Broad Cloths, Velvetlnes,
Diagonal's,- Meltons, Cheviots, Corduroy, Oassl
Ladies' Cloaking-prices guaranteed to give fu ll
1 case af double width English Waterproof
Cloth, only $1, worth $150. Call in time to Be
ourc lt.. octsi
"pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
NO. 244 KING STREET.
lease OPERA FLANNELS, only 46 and 50c,
Red and White Flannels, fromWGc. op.
loo pair White Blankets, io 4. at $3 50, worth $6.
leo pair White Blankets, 10-4, Extra, At $5, worth
S7. Our Blanket stock being very large, and
bought direct, from the factory, it will lie for the
benefit of those In want of Blankets to give us the
first call. . oc81
?pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
NO. 244 KINO STREET.
HOSIERY - DEPARTMENT.
A full assortment or Reeker's SHOPPERS,
Wax Jc Son's Balbrlgans, sold at Importing prices.
loo dozen of thc celebrated '.Videttc" Kid
Gloves at $1, quality warranted.
The-only place to get thc celebrated French
make of Coupe Jon vin and Alexander Derrent Kid
Gloves-flt and qunlliy guaranteed.
A full Une of Trimming and Sash Ribbons; Plain,
Striped and Plaid always on hand.
25 cartoons of Black and Colored Velvet Rib?
bons, at prices to defy comp?tition.
A full assortment of FURS on hand. octal
?piURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 241 KING STREET.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
50 rolls of two and three-ply CARPETS will be
sold 20 per cent, below their value.
Rugs, Mats, Oil Cloths-large variety. octsi
Saner) ?coos, &z.
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 565 and 5117 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Tn closing out their Department of
oner their immense and ?2* ^ ^
Imitation Bronze CHANDELIER; ura0Kecs> nau
Lights, Portable Stands, ?c.,
.AT LESS THAN THE ACTUAL COST OF MAN ?
This is an opportunity seldom offered to those
about furnishing heuses, stores, churches, Ac.,
for procuring the finest work and newest pat?
terns at moderate prices.
A large stock of Pattern Moulds to bc sold cheap
to the trade after March 1,1871.
Tue sale will continue for about three months.
O. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, AND
WHITE LOCK'S VEGETATOR.
50 tons No. 1 PURE PERUVIAN GUANO, from
the Chincha Islands.
60 tons Wheelock's Yegetator.
25 tons Dissolved Bone.
For Bale by T. J. KERR & CO.
AGENCY FOR THE PERUVIAN
The subscribers having been appointed Local
Agents ror the sale of PERUVIAN GUANO, would
respectfully Informed manufacturera and dealers
that they will deliver from warehouses, as well
as from ships direct on arrival from the Peruvian
Islands, PURE PERUVIAN GUANO, at the Gene?
ral Agent's price In New .York, to wit: Sixty
dollars, gold, on delivery. Every cargo will be
inspected and analysed by Professor SHEPARD,
aad satlfactory guarantees of its quality and
purity will always be furnished when desired.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
CT? P E IT JpP MUSI
FLOR E NC J Bl
THIS (THURSDAY) NIGHT,
The Great Moral Drama,
THE TICKET OF LEAVE MAN,
AB performed over two hundred nights at Winter
Garden, New York.
FRIDAY-Benefit of Mr. W. J. FLORENCE.
Seats secured at the Box Office during the day.
Doors open at 7. Commences at 8. nevlT-l
TWO NIGHTS ONLY, THURSDAY AND FBI
DAY, NOVEMBER 17 AND 18, 1870.
DAVENPORT. B B q T HE B 8
will appear after a most extraordinary and suc?
cessful career of seventeen years (five of which
have been spent in Europe,) In their
MYSTERIOUS AND STARTLING WONDERS.
Their wonderful powers have been witnessed by
the crowned heads and nobility of Europe, aston?
ishing and confounding the wisest of aU coun?
tries. They must be seen to be appreciated.
Reserved seats29 cents extra. Seats can be se?
cured in advance at Holtness Book House.
rpHE FIRST GRAND ANNUAL BALI
, OF TUE
MARION STEAM 'IRE ENGINE COMPANY,
. HALL OF THE AOADEMY OF MUSIG,
WEDNESDAY EVEKING, DECEMBER 7,
?NDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE FOLLOW?
ING COMPANIES :
Pioneer Steam Fire Company of Axmen.
Eagle Steam Fire Company.
Vigilant Fire Company.
Phoenix Steam Fire Company. . . ' - ?
Charleston Hook and Ladder Company? No. jil
.Etna Steam Fire Company.
German Steam Fire Company.
Palmetto Steam Fire Company.
Hope Steam Fire Company. -
Washington Steam Fire Company.'. ..
Hook and Ladder Company, No. . 1. >r
Young America Steam Fire Company.
Stonewall Steam Fire Company!
M. H. NATHAN, Chief Fire Department
R. M. ALEXANDER, First Assistant Chief.
. 0. P. AIMA lt, Second Assistant Ohief. > ?
F. "L. O'NEILL, Third Assistant Ohler.
. B. M. STROBED, Clerk or Board.
A. T. SMYTHE, W. R. MCINTOSH,
L. D. MOWRY, Captain W. A. KELLY,
J. C. LACOSTE, Major E. WILLIS,
R. 0. BARKLEY, J. H. ALBE RS, '
HUGH FERGUSON, W. H. SMITH. '
Captain J. M. CAR&ON, A. Bi JARVIS,
Major 0. L. BUIST. R. S. BRUNS,
Hon. W. D. PORTER, JOHN CHADWICK, '
E. D. ENSTON. ?J. H. DEVEREUX,
J. H. STKINMEYER, H. B. OLNEY,
E. H. JACKSON, H. T. PEAKE,
ARCHB'LD OAKERON, Major 0. B. SIGWALD,
C. BART. HOP. T. Y. SIMONSr M .
Capt. F. W. DAWSON, JAMES DUNNING, .'
Dr. T. R. ALDRICH, JAS. ARMSTRONG, Jr.,
T. & SIGWALD, Chairman.
A. J. JAG ER, Secretary and Treasurer..
MARION. . v
T. R. KEEGAN, H. L. CALDER,
J. DELESL?1N, GEO. MoVK.IL, ? i
J. W. STEVENS, M. HARRIS,
J. P. CAHILL, W. H. SIGWALD.
C. E. SUREAU. ,T. J. MELVIN,
C. E. STE1NMEYER,
A V. KANAPAUX, . J. H. STELNMEYER,
C. H. WESTENDORFF.
J. JVO'NEILL, H. J. O'NEILL,
A. H. MOWRY". *ut*.\
BOOK AND L i I) DE rt, NO. 2. *
H. C. CONKLLN, T. C. AST LE,
C. II. T1FT.
T. J. LY'ONS, WALTER WEBB, Jr.,,,
H. G. CARNIGHAN. . . "
T. J. LILIENTHAL, J. L. HARBERS.
J. H. OETGEN.
PAI.-LF.TTl). t . i \\ .?
THOMAS CORCORAN. THOMAS MILLER,
W. II. TUOMEY.
: V ti
C. F.. LYNCH, M. O'MARA,
HOOK AND LADDER NO. 1.
J. H. LOEB, JOHN DOYLE,
A. W. LEWIN, J. J. KELLY,
C. W. SEIGNIOUS, W. E. JENNINGS, *
W. H. SC H IFFLEY'. ? :
Tickets can bc purchased from either of the
Junior Managers._ novli, t
THE ACADEMY OP MUSIC HALL,
COMMENCING SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 1.
Tlie assemblies will be as foifows :?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 23 cents.' Tickets in packages of twelve, (3.
Use of Skates, 25 cents.
Afternoon Assemblies, Ladles and Children, In?
cluding use or Sates, 25 cents; Gentlemen, Includ?
ing use or Skates, 60 cents.
Season tickets or admission (good for all assem?
blies during three months) for gentlemen $5; for
ladles $3; for gentlemen and lady $7 60.
Newspapers, ftlagannes, Ut.
Maintenance of the Fertility of Solls-by T10'
fessor HUgard, of the University of Mississippi
The South and her Resources-by Hon. Alfred
Plantation .Economy-??/ Colonel D. Wyatt
Texas Grasses^-by Professor Barkley.
Southern Fruits-by P. J. Berckmand.
Hints on Town Gardening-by H. W. RaveneL
And numerous other valuable and interesting
Subscription, $2 per annum.
Address WALKER, EVANS ? COGSWELL,
. nov2 Charleston, S. 0.
JjQ'J HENRY'S RETREAT,
No. 107 EAST BAY, ONE DOOR BELOW BROAD
2. Oysters always fresh on hand.
8. FREE LUNCH from half-past 10 o'clock
every day. .
4. Meals at au hours. Dinner served from 12
to 4 P. M.
6. Meals served on Sunday until 2 P. M. ' "
6. The best IMPORTED WINES, Llquore and
7. Only place in town for good genuine Hot
Tom and Jerry. /?
Give me a call.
Formerly Barkeeper at The M Ula House,
T5JST3?BBBrv?D A?D FOR SALE AT
e^r V ." LOWsFIIBrRES, ~.
1000 sacks and. hair-sacks FLOUR, varions
02*. bushels Feed Oats, at
v GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO., Factors.
179 bbis flue Western APPLES, lost rec*iv?4
and tor sale at $3 to $a 60 per barret? - i tt:--* ?
..?Un. 0. Di EENBJ?K, ' ?
noviT-i No. 83 Market street.
g K 0 -Ri T S ! B R AN ("
?:OM bashels FH0RT9 and BRAN," freeh ground
ut onr ral ll. For sale by
novl7-2 _JOHN OAMPSEN A .00.
JpRTJTP4 ?3AH00 OF HKJ?TN
186,000 ORANGES ?tvrbP
2k) bunches Bananas ir?ti-a
3000 Grape Fruit, Cocoanuts, Limes, Ac.
Now landing at Kerr's WharTex schooner "Ro?
salie. For sift by ; -
PAUL, WELCH k BRANDES.
No. 215 East Bay.
0. BART k CO.,
novTM 'No. 57 Market stree*.
E?" jSLAND COT TO IT SEED,
For sale, loco bushels Sea Island COTTONSEED,
at Ixe per pound. 600 boebels best SM! Islaal
Planting Seed, at $1 per bushel,-at_u .-.??,. i ?
GEO. F. HABENICHT,
noyllra* , No. rt SontbrBay strtetl
?OAL ! COAL t GOAL 1 -
250 tons best HOUSE COAL expected dally, by the
Cecelia from Liverpool. For sate by
R. T. WALKER,
nov!7-2 ._Boy ca's Wharf.
JILOUE, SIDES, SHOULDERS;1 HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE; SUGAR, ko., . .
J E F F 0 RDS CO.,'
NOS. 17 and 19 VENDUE RANGE, OFFER AT
, LOWEST MARKST RATES: ' - '
600 bbla. Fresh Ground FLOUE' ? -
26 hhds. Choice Clear Rib Sides
20 hhds. Prime Smoked Shoulders
io tierces Choleo S. C Hams
10 tierces Pure Leaf Lard ...
25 bbls. Heavy City Mess Pork
20,000 pounds Prime Dry Salt Sides .
10,000 pounds Dry Salt Beales
100 sacks Rio Coffee
150 bbls. Relined Sugars
100 cases 2 and 3 Bs, Fresh Tomatoes
76 cases Fresh Peaches
>. 100: oases, l and 2 Bi, Fresh Oysters,
T^EW YORK ELEPHANT BAGGING.
Rolla of the above cholee heavy BAGO ENG,
"Elephant" brand, constantly Xor sale br
octgs-tuthsimo ' MORDECAI A CO.
p O T A.?-.0 E SI POTATOES!
400 bbls. chelee Eating POTATOES, Goodrich's,
Jackson.Whites, Ac. mn?r4*"K
For sale in lots to snit.purchasers, by
/ BAVENEL k HOLMES.
v . nevis . :>???>"-. No. m East Bay.
TJOTAT0ES.L POTATOES i .
Sow landing, ex brig Heslin, at, Ri own A Co.'a
200 barrels JACKSON WHITE POTATOES, Ia
Une order, will be-aol J from wharf, in lots io snit
purchasers, at $3 per barrel, cash on deliver/.
Apply to SOSES GOLDSMITH A SON, "
nova ' * ?_ '? Vendue Bange.
ORN AND OATS.
10,000 bushels prime old CORN
'8,000 bushels prime black" and white Seed
and feeding Oats.
For sala by
hov? T. J. KERR k CO.
AR F O R PALS.
100 barrels on wharf
100 barrelS to arrive- .'.> L ?
20 barrels Fish (N. C. M?llete)
20 barrels Tam Potatoes. ' "Apply on
dct26_ MARSHALLS WHARF.
j Jj BATH &. ? I 0 E.,
' No. 9 E?TNESTREET, CBARtg^TONl S. C.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, CIGARS,
TOBACCO. Ac, t
Hate on band, and are daily receiving,'a large
and well selected stock of the above, which they
I offer on the most favorable terms. ......
[ We have still retained the services of Mr. JOB
1 DAWSON,- who will be pleased to see his friends.
'sepl6 , . ' "
Q. ? A R D IA N HUTU Wjfo-.
LT PK TN8 UR AN CF' COMPANY
. " .. . : -(r-V, ~ rl? v. .'.'4 ?tu
.'fifi -, ', -.' ; ' ' .. I
NEW T O' H IL
ORGANIZED IN 1859.
ALL POLIOIES 'NON-FOHFEITABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LIST CASH WVTBXND (RRI) 60 FEB CENT.
Polices in roree..>.v.v....jss,000,000
Ann a ai income. 800,000
Losses Paid. noajOOO'
. dnml: ' 1
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
WM. T. HOOKER, Vice-Preside
L. MCADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
Hon. John A. Dix, New York.
Hon. James Harper, Firm of Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
john J. Crane, President Bank Republic,
wm. M. Vermllye, Banker, (Vennflye A?o.)
Chas. G. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Banking
Company. ' '
Hon. George 0 pye y se, ex-May or New York. '
Minot 0. Morgan, Banker.
Thomas Rigney, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
Benj. B. Sherman, Treasurer New York steam
Sugar Relining Company.
'Aaron Arnold, Firm or Arnold, Constable A Co.
Richard H. Bowne,- Wetmore k Bowne, Lawyers.
E. V. H a ugh won:, Firm E. V. H aug h wont ? Oo.
Wm. WU kens, Firm of Wilkens k Co.
Julius H. Pratt, Merchant.. v v. \ -. . <
|, wm. W. Weight, Merchant. .
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Merchant.
Geo. W. Cny ie r, Banker, Palmyra, 8. Y.
Geo. T. Hope, President Continental Fire Ina ar?
an oe Company.
John G. Sherwood, Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, corner Fifth Avenue and
Twenty-third street. ,
Edward1 H. Wright, Newark, N. J.
Geo. W. Farlee, Counsellor. . .
W. L. Cogswell, Merchant. ,
KEIM k ISSEBTEL,
General Agents for south carolina and Georgia,
Office No. 40 Broad street,
Charleston, S. 0,
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examining Physician.
gHEET B?ASS, OF ALL THICKNESS?
ES AND WIDTH8. FOR SALE BY WM. SHEP?
HERD k CO., No. 24 HAYNE STREET AND Na 36
PINCKNEY STREET*. ' th
TTO. A. MOSES, PH. D.,
GEOLOGIST AND MINING ENGINEER,,
No. 28 GEORGE STREBT.
Preliminary Examinations of Phosphate and
Mineral Lands, Geological Surveys and Maps, Es?
timates of Values, and Plans of Mining furn ldhed.
jryR. BING'S PILE REMEDY. ,
For sale by DB. H. BABS.