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MONDAY, NOVE UBER 21, 1870.
NEWS OE THE DAY.
-Gold closed In New York, on Saturday, at
-Cotton was quiet and firm; uplands 16}?c;
?ja'.ea 3600 bales.
-Da Liverpool cotton closed" Armer; uplands
t*d; Orleans 9%d; sales 12,000 bales.
-The next Congress will contain eight to ten
colored men-eight at least.
-The German papers say that, within a brief
period, Von Moltke will get the French army of
the Loire In as bad a i rap as Sedan er Metz.
-Monograms have broken out fiercely In two
new places-the comers of gentlemen's collars,
and the gauntlets of ladles' gloves.
-Revenue Reform Radicals in the West are
hinting that the organization of the Forty-second
Congrus ls In their grasp, and they mean to close
their I".gera upon it. The intimation Ls causing
quite a flutter among the Simon-pure Radicals of
the Grant stripe
-The Ice companies of Maine arc determined to
lay tn a large stock the coming winter. Three
new houses are now being erected on the KCU
nebec with a capacity of 50,(00 tons. Arrange?
ments are made in ' New York to break down the
-A letter from Brussels, just received in New
York, from a waree which ought to be well in?
formed, states that the ex-Emperor ls quietly
making his preparations for another visit to
America, anticipating that, with the fall of Purls,
a peace will be effected without reference to the
restoration of the Empire
-The Supreme Court or the Dnlted States has
refused to reinstate upon the calendar the case
which has already attracted much attention, and
which Involves the constitutionality of the Legal
Tender act. This was the decision of a full bench,
excepting Chief Justice Chase and Justice Nelson.
This may be regarded a \ settling the legal con?
struction of the Legal Tender act. . <?
.-Or the Liberal Republicans elected to Congress
from Missouri, the St, Lonis Democrat says :
"They and those who sympathize with them want
Congress so organized that their principles shall
prevail. Caring nothing for men, and much for
princlpl-.'s, they will be likely to vote only for a
man through whom their principles may rind ex?
pression, and whether he be a Republican or
Democrat, they will desire to know what Ideas as
to financial questions will control his organization
-The New Cleans Times of Wednesday last
says: "A very experienced cotton factor, recently
from the adjacent cotton section, reports the
amount ol cotton produced this season as beyond
- ail precedent, lie thinks that har liy a planter In
the Mississippi. valley has raised less than ten
bales to the hand; bit doubts if more thin half
the product will be saved. This ls the general
opinion. The reduced rates have had a large in?
fluence to discourage picking. The receipts la
this city be?in to gain upon those of last year,
wnich are n ?w but eighteen thousand ahead.
Eight or tea days ago they were thirty thousand
-The most extraordinary story connected with
thc defences or Ihe French capital is that which
asserts that two Americans. M-.ssrs. Reynolds and
May, went to Paris and came out by balloon, for
the purpose of making and fulfilling a contract
for the supp y . of velocipedes to the garrison.
These machines aro to be constructed with India
rubber tired wheels, so that their Uders can move
abojat^olselcssly. WcTmust be prepare! for cu?
rious details In the rep jrts of future engagements,
where the- number of velocipedes capturedTanst
be set side by side with gun?, muskets and ml
fr-allleures. They will certainly be less expensive
In the long run than horses, and the gallant offi?
cer who has three or four of these vehicles shot
under him can be more easily consoled for the
loss of his chargers by the reflection that a black?
smith and. a wheelwright will bo able to set his
stud In order at a very trifling cost.
-The various experiments for extricating Spain
from, the perplexities in which she has been ln
voled since the revolution of September, 1833,
have at length resulted (on Thursday) In the suc?
cessful election of a klug, th'.? Duke of Aosta hav?
ing been chas tn by li? Spanish Cortes by a vote
of 101 against l ?o. The person thus selected by a
not very large majority tor sovereign ls second
son ot th? King of Italy, aad ls a young minor
twenty-five. He ls sahl to bc a liberal prince,
and obtained quite a reputation Tor; idgment and
gallantry in the war of Italy with Austria lu lsee.
As the other Eur mean monarchs are reported to
have acquiesjed in the candidature ot thc prince,
we suppose no trouble abroad need be apprehend?
ed from the present election. Spain maj feel
satisfied with tho amount of mischef she has al?
ready oecasloaea lu that line, whilst tho spanish
peopl.', who do not ippcar to have boon even
asked what might be their own preferences in the
matter, may be expected to jog along, as hereto?
fore, wi h the Indifference of their own mules to
the "right cf suffrage.*'
-?arl3, otherwise isolated, Is enabled by means
of balloons to keep up communication with the
outside world, and the New Torie Sun and New
York Times publish letters from their correspon?
dents inside the city, received through this chan,
nel. Excellent sausages of beef ami pois are
.old at two and two and a hair rrancs per pound.
There are still a great many fowls; prke twelve
lo fifteen rrancs per pair. Good donkey
meat brings three francs a pmnd. Eggs
?re scarce at six to eight sous, and no
more milk ls sold, except Tor young children, on
a certificate rrom a physician or mayor. Tho yaks
in the Jardin d'Acclimation have been bought up
for soup and roasts ror the wo mded. Stray
horses and dogs are picked up in the streets, lm
poande I, and, ir not claimed, killed. It is certain
that .there is flour and grain enough in Paris to
aupplyT?r?ad udtlt M ireh. The supply or wine i's
also stffflclent for a much longer period, and near
ly every family has laid In provisions for the
siege, when the public supply shall be exhausted.
Meantime, the city still continues to be Paris In
the real sense of the word. Perfect, order and
tranquili ty reign. The city ls almost as gay BB
before; < ven the theatres occasionally open for
matinees, concerts and lectures.
-Tae lesson or the late elections is too plain for
mistase. The triumph In virginia was not only
over the pride of party so strong lu that State,
which rendered the old Une Whigs loath to adopt
Hie name of Democrats, but also over the gerry?
mandering of the ' black and tan" convention,
which threw the white preponderance into three
of the eight Congressional Districts, for that pur?
pose setting at naught harmony of Interest and
geographical unity. Yet, while the late Congress
contained Ave Radicals and three Deraocra's only,
the new delegation will have five sterling Demo?
crats, and but for the ..Independent*' ticket for
minor offices, Potter, the weakest or the carpet?
baggers, would have been defeated. All this In the
face of 123,000 ne^ro votes. In Illluols, the Dem
crats gain 4l,000 in the late election, and cut
down John A. Logan's majority to 5000. Sufficient
returns have come in to indicate that the Demo?
crats will have a majority in tho lower House of
.he Legislature, while the Radicals have a small
nnjorily In the Senate, ir the Democracy do not
iave a majority In the two Houses, Jointly, the
Jivision will be of such a nature as will, In all
probability, assure the election of Judgo Law?
rence to the United States Senate. All the Demo?
cratic papers In Missouri are half crazy over the
net resutt In their State, and are bringing forth
from their dust uf desuetude all the old rooster
cuts they own, to celebrate the election of their
choice for Governor and State officers, a majority
of the Legislature, and the control of seventy out
or one hundred and rourteen counties In the
State, Including the great County of St. Louis.,
Militia Outrages In Union.
We print in another column a firm but
temperate leading article from the Union
ville Times, containing a description of the
outrageous conduct of turbulent squads of
negro militia. Armed bands prowl about
Unionville every night, and volleys have re?
cently been - fired into the houses of two
white citizens. This condition of things
cannot last, and the white people of Union
think of organizing themselves into a mili?
tary body for the protection of themselves
and their families. So natural a determina?
tion cannot be condemned; but the people
of Union must, for their own sakes, be cir?
cumspect and patient. They should not
think of taking -the law into their own
hands, until they have exhausted every legal
and usual mean3 of obtaining redress for
the past and security for the future. This
may be their position now ; but we advise a
last appeal to Governor Scott, who can, if
he will, render the negroes inocuous by de?
priving them of the arms which they are
using to the injury of Union County and the
whole State. A committee of citizens, pre?
pared to substantiate the statements made
by the Times, might wait upon Governor
Scott, and demand of him that measures be.
taken for the preservation of peace and the
suppression of disorder. The white citizens
owe this to themselves, and it is due to
Governor Scott, who may now be willing to
extend some consideration to the white pco?
ole of the State. At all events, this last
effort should be made before the injured citi?
zens of Union go one step further. In offer?
ing this advice, we have no after-thouglit.
All that we desire i3 the punishment of
wrong-dooio and the maintenance of peace.
T!?e. Policy of thc Present.
The Radical faction, of which Governor
Scott is the head and front, proves by its
conduct since the elections of last month
its utter iguorance of the motives of the
leaders of the late Reform organization,
while, at the sumo time, it confesses, in and
out of seasou, that both Retrenchment and
Reform ure necessary in theadministratiou of
thc affairs of the State. All the Radical
journals-lit and few-teem with admissions
of ignorance and venality in times past, and
with exhortations and promises for times to
come. The laws which they stoutly de?
fended a short month ugo they now criti?
cise and condemn, and thc .end of all their
pretty writing is a fresh appeal to the re?
spectable and intelligent white citizeus of
the State to become members of tho Radi?
cal party in order that, lo a certainty, parti?
san and intemperate legislation may be pre?
vented, and that every interest iu the State
may have its just ropresentutiou. They admit,
so to speak, thut South Carolina Radicalism
has neither the brains nor the virtue needed
for giving the people a government worthy
of the name, aud they ask their opponents
to ruin themselves in the vain endeavor to
cleanse and purify a body of adventurers
who are, to all appearances, hopelessly and
irretrievably corrupt. In this lies their chief
.mistake. The Reform party waa one of
principle, not of policy. It was not a strug?
gle for olilce, not a bare contest between the
ins and the outs, but a straightforward en?
deavor to put in the honest man and put out
the knave, to put in practice the axiom that
they wno cannot conduct their own affairs
decently and intelligently are unfit to have
control of the lives and fortunes of a whole
people. The Reform movement failed to
accomplish its maiu purpose. Fraud aod
prejudice, in close alliance, could not be
overcome. But the fight is not yet euded.
Under one name or another, in some shape
or other, the Reform movement will go on
until vice and uncleanness have been
scourged out of the high places they usurp,
or until not an upright man remains to raise
a voice and hand for the regeneration of
his people. And this conviction, now that
the struggle is lost aud won, is settling deep
in the stout public heart.
At this time political agitation would be
out of place, if not positively hurtful.
There are no general elections uutil the fall
of 1S72, until which time we must live as
well a3 we can under whatever sort
of government the Scott faction may choose
to give us. Then the political battle-State
and Federal-will be sharp, and, we trust,
decisive, in which lost named quality, by
the way, the elections of October are by no
means wanting. At present we should hus?
band our political streugth, and, while we
stand squarely together, strive with might
and main to enlarge commercial operations,
to make the earth more fruitful, and to eu
courage immigration. Working in the di?
rection of Industrial progress, we are hewing
our way to political Reform. The people
recognize and obey the laws of tho State
and the United States. They will sustain,
in industrial life, those who stood by them
in political life. Every dollar honestly
earned, as well as every dollar saved, will
rivet more closely the armor of proof which,
in the next elections, will insure an easy
victory to the valiant soldiers of Reform.
A policy of political inaction 13 the true
policy of the present, but it should be an
organized inaction-not the passivity of in?
difference and despair. We must act on
the defensive, and it is absolutely certain
that the people of tho State who voted with
the Reformers at the late elections can, two
years hence, secure a government which,
whatever its party name, will bc frugal and
liberal, intelligent and just. This consum?
mation can only be prevented by violence or
despair, and by that desertion to the enemy
"for a consideration" which the Radical
leaders, ns their only hope in the future,.so
Thc Collapse of Grant.
Ever siuce his inauguration, President
Grant has been steadily losing ground in
the esteem and confidence of the leading
independent journals, and the best men of
the party which elected him. Recent de?
velopments in connection with the retire?
ment of Secretary Cox from the Cabinet,
and disclosures which have just come to
light concerning some very dirty land jobs,
have rapidly heightened the prevailing dis?
satisfaction in respectable Republican cir?
cles into absolute disgust with, and unstinted
denunciation of, the Administration. The
Nation, decidedly the ablest exponent of
Republican views in tbe North, in its lost
issue, gives the coup-de-gracc to the Presi?
dent in the following paragraph:
"It Is altogether a pitiful story, one o? the
most pitiful in political history. The wreck of
General Grant's lame is a national misfortune.
That lame was a national possession, and it
was the best people of the country, those
whom he now is repudiating or refusing to
rely on, who built It up by giving him the
hearty and unfaltering support in the field and
at the polls which alone enabled him to make
head against the worthless gang whom he has
now taken into his confidence, and who will
now use him lor his destruction and the filling
of their own pockets. We believe the opinion
of the shrewdest observer ls that the work of
.manipulation' and 'management' will be done
with sufficient dexterity to give him control
of the convention ol 1872. Of course it Is
rather soon to indulge in speculation on thia
subject, but it is not too soon for the friends of
reform and good government to decide on
what their course should be from this time for?
ward. Their first duty clearly ls to give no
encouragement or support to the corrupt
regime which ls being established at Washing?
ton; the second to do what in them Hes to
prevent any man's getting the Republican
nomination for the Presidency who seo lc s It as
General Grant ls seeking lt, and the third is
to see that, if be does get it, li shall profit him
nothing. The time has come for all friends ol
reform to stand firm and fast before the tide
of corruption rises any higher. The present
breed of politicians will assuredly die hard,
and will 'deceive many,' as their progenitors
have done In all ages before they got their
quietus, but get It they will eventually.''
STERLING EXCHANGE purchased by
E. LAFITTE & CO.,
No. 3 Chamber of Commerce Building,
Bov21-3 Broad street.
?Dissolntions of Copartnership.
NOTICE-THE FIRM OF WEST &
JONES having been dissolved by the death
or Mr. EUG ENE W. WEST, the business ot the con?
cern will be settled up by the undersigned ar. No.
76 East Bay, who will sign the linn name In liqui?
dation. WM. H. JONES.
NOTICE.-Thc undersigned begs leave to Inform
thc public that he will continue the GRAIN AND
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS at the old
stand, No. 76 East Hay. under the firm name of
WILLIAM II. JONES A CO., and re.-pectfully so?
licits a continuance or thc favors extended to thc
late firm of WEST A JONES. WM. H. JOSES.
STORE, corner Queen ?nd Franklin streets.
Apply on tho premises, or to J. M. MULVANEY.
FOR RENT OK SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE in Orangnburg District, situated
on Lyons Creek, three mid a half miles rrora thc
South Carolina Railroad. Tiio tract contains
.?500 acres, soil rich md clay, adapted to cotton,
corn, wheat, root crops and clover.
A splendid range for cattle; sunny hillsides for
vineyards, and low lauds for meadows. Lyons
Greek, a large, never-railing stream runs through
the estate, and furnishes one or the linear, water
powers in thc State.
A most valuable Iron ore has been discovered
recently on the place.
The estate has on lt all the necessary farm
buildings, negro houses, barns, stables, gin
houses and small dwelling. It has been in con
stant cultivation since thc war, and the splendid
growing crop would give entire satIsrael lon.
It ls offered for rent or sale, on reasonable
Address Mrs. L M. K lil ITT,
Society Hill, Darlington District, A C.
Or R. M. MARSHALL A BRO., No. 33 Broad
BOARD-A LARGE, NICELY FUR?
NISHED Room with Dressing Room attach?
ed, suItab e for a gentleman and wife; also, a
single Room, with excellent Board. Dinner rrom
2 to 4, as may be desired. Location on Ring
street (central.) Terms reasonable. Inquire at
this office. novl6-6?
FOR RENT OR SALE, RESIDENCE AND
large LOT. southeast corner Charlotte and
Elizabeth streets. Apply to J. FRASER MA
T il EWS._novl2-smws4
SHERWOOD SCHOOL, CHARLESTON,
S. C.-board and Dav School for young ladles
and children. Terms or pupil-? commence from
entrance. Mrs. JOHN LAURENS, Principal,
Corner Wcutworth and Rutledge streets.
ANIGHT SCHOOL FOR COLORED
Citizens has been opened In St. Peter's
fMitiool House, Wentworth street. No distinction
or creed. Terms, 50 cents every other Monday, In
advance. Lessons every night rrom hair-past 7
o'clock. Saturdays and Sundays excepted. octlS
ENGLISH AND GERMAN ?SCHOOL, No.
82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercises or
this institution embrace all the branches necessary
tor a good English and Commercial education.
Thc iiours from 3 to 5 o'clock P. M. are devoted
to German lessons, viz: Grammar, Speaking,
Writing and Reading. Lessons In Drawing and
Mouldlug every Saturday morning. The Night
School rrom 7 to 9 o'clock, for exercises of Arith?
metic. Reading, spelling and Writing, and Orna?
mental aud Mechanical Drawing for. adults.
Tbs Academy is under my special superinten?
dence, with the assistance or Mr. J. MCDONALD,
Miss J. H. ANGEL, Miss LEONHARD!, Miss J.
Vocal Music by Professor F. BE RCS HAN.
C. H. BERGMANN,
gOUTHERN DYE HOUSE.
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
at No. 36? King street, where DYEING tn all col?
ors, and Cleaning or all kinds Is doae at the
shortest notice and In the best style.
BLASCO W, BILLER A CO.,
No. 359 King street, near corner George street,
ST. ANDREWS LODGE, No. 10, A. F. M.
The Resillar Communication of this Lodge
will be belt! Tnis EVENING, at Masonic Hall, at 7
o'clock. Rj order Wi M.
nov2l L. P. SPEI3SEGGER, JR., Secretary.
CAROLINA RIFLE CLUB-ATTEND
a Special Meeting at your Hall, THIS (Mon.
day) EVENINO. 2l8t instant, at hair-past ".o'cluck.
Ry order of the Pre-ldenr.
THOMAS FROST. Jr.,
nov2l_Secretary and Treasurer.
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COM
PANY.-Tou are herebv summoned to attend
a Regular Monthlv Meeting of the Company,
Tnis EVENING, at Market Hall, at 7 o'clock pre?
cisely. By omer. WM. G. MILU.A,
j ' OJ fi ill sr.
WANTED'TORENT, THREE RO?M?.
? Address."Z." NEWS office. nov2l-2?
WANTED, BY A GENTLEMAN,
a neatly furnished Room, with par?
tial Board, in a private house centrally situated.
Apply to X. Milla House. _nov21-l?
HOUSE SERVANT WANTED. -WANT?
ED, a young colored man as a house ser?
vant, one or some experience, who can come
recommended. Apply at No. 143 Meeting street.
WANTED, A GERMAN WOMAN.
Apply at No. 208 Meeting street, corner
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN, OF IN?
DUSTRIOUS habits, for three or four
months, to assist in a Ketall Grocery Store, on
James Island. Nene ?eed apply without good re?
commendations. Inquire at GEO. F. HABE
NIGHT, No. io King street. nov21-l?
WANTED, A SETTLED WOMAN TO
Cook and Wash for lour.In family. Ap
ply at No. 44 george street. Recommendations
WANTED, A "WHITE FEMALE SER?
VANT to cook and wash. Apply at No. 93
St. Philip street._novis
AMALE TEACHER WANTED, TO
take charge of the Mineral Springs Acade?
my, Marlboro' county, S. C. Good references re?
quired. Address B. N. ROGERS, Bennettsvllle,
COMPANION OR HOUSEKEEPER.
A lady of cheerful disposition, t? whom
salary wonld 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 further information may be had
by ad? ressing P, DAILY NEWS ofllce._oct23
IF YOU WANT A GOOD SEWING
Machine, and a cheap one, po to LUNS
KORD'S, In Queen street, and you will find lt.
oct22 ' '
FOR SALE OR TO RENT, THE PITT
Street steam Grist. MUI, recently put In
complete running order, and but little used, ora
partner with sutneient capital preterred, as a
lucrative business can be conducted with certain?
ty. Also, two large and pleasant rooms to rent
In the' dwelling. Apply on the premises, No. as
Pltt8treet, nextsoutn of Calhoun. nov21-l?
FOR SALE, ONE SECOND-HAND
BOILER, 30 Inches diameter, 22 feet long,
lu good order, with Front, Grate, Bars, Beams,
Ac, complete. Applv to THURSTON k HOLMES,
Adger's North Wharf. _nov21-mth
HOOK AND LADDER TRUCK FOR
SALE.-Six L ADD Ki. S and full comple?
ment of Hooka, Axes, Lanterns, Ac, In perfect
order, and gooda* new; will be ?old cheap. Ap?
ply to M. 3. NATHAN, Chief of Fire Department,
Charleston. S. C._novl9-ltno
FOR SALE, TWO STEAM ENGINES,
twenty-horse power each, with all fixtures
complete, including an extra Steam Pump, suit?
able for a Steamer or Flat ?oat. Apply to J.
FRASER MATUEWES, No. 50 Bioad street.
TO PRINTERS AND EDITORS -FOR
salea II ALK OR,ENTIRE INTEREST in a
well-established np-country NEWSPAPER OF?
FICE, "weekly, which is located at one of the best
points in South Carolina. Good subscription and
advertising. Reasons for selling will be given..
A rare opportunity. Terms easy. Address "Edi?
tor," care Walker, Evans lc Cogswell, Charles
ton, S. C. ._novlS-3
FOR SALE, THAT LARGE AND ELE?
GANT three story Brick Residence, situated
at the northwest corner of Pitt aud Calhoun
streets. Terms easy. Apply to W. J. McKERALL,
Marlon. S. 0._JiUyl8-mth
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
$450 will.buy 1 Six Horse STEAM ENGINE,
and Freuch Burr Stone GRIST MILL. Apply at
WOOD SAWED AT 50 CENTS PER
cord for each cut, from and arter this
date; and sold at WM. JOHNSON'S WOOD AND
CUAL YARD, east end Laurens street.
FOR SALE.-I HAVE ON HAND AND
for sale another supply of second-hand
Sewing Machines, or various makers, which I
will dispose of very cheap. Call and examine at
No. 27 Queen street. J. L?NSFORD.
QU 4 KH?i -FOR SALE, A LONG
W-?0\J\J. ESTABLISHED BUSI?
NESS, (Retail.) paying a net prout or $2000 per an?
num. Ample time given a purchaser to learn the
business. This ls* a rare chance for an active man
to secure a permanent income. Business done
wholly for casi:. Persons having the "stamps"
and meaning business may address "$2000 In?
come," Box V, DAILV NEWS Olnce, giving real
FOR SALE, THREE FARMS, TWO
miles from the Port Royal Railroad, In
the Whippy Swamp neighborhood. One Farm
contains 375 acres, one ?!5 acres, and one loo
acres. Each Farm contains one hundred acres
good punting laud, with two or three comfort
able callas ou each; also well timbered, good
range Tor cattle and hogs; and perfectly healthy
ali the i?asons. For particulars appl" to K. li.
IL, P-i.wdl Village. '_may io
AT PRIVATE SALE. - HANDSOME
AND DES1RARLE RESIDENCE IN THE
HEALTHY AND GROWING TOWN OF FLOR?
ENCE, S. C.-Ali that LOT OF LAND, measuring
275 reet on Irby street, and 150 feet on Evans
street, with the neat and handsome two story
Dwelling House, Kitchen, Stables, Storehouse,
Dairy aud all necessary outbuildings. The dwell?
ing bas nix comfortable rooms. All the build
fgs are in excellent order. On the premises are
choice selection of fruit trees, grape vines and
shade trees; also, an eA'celleut vegetable garden.
Good well of pure water. In all, the entire
premises are In splendid order, and regarded a
most desirable residence, and located In the
fashionable street. The terms will be reasonable
to au acceptable partv. Apply to or address
GEORGE McD. STOLL,
Reul Estate Agent,
octlo-mth2raos Florence, S. C.
f fjgr ono j^njri?.
LOST, ON SATURDAY NIGHT, A
Check drawn by BAGGETT A CO.. In favor
of J. FINAGIN, on the First National Bank, for
twenty dollars. Payment of the same has been
stopped. The finder will please leave same at
LOST ON THE WAY TO THE UNITA?
RIAN Chur h. a ladles' OVEKSKIRT. The
Auder will be rewarded bv lcavlug it at Dowle,
Moise A Davis'._*_nov^l-l*
STRAYED FROM THE OWNER. ON
thc night of thc 19ih, a BAY MULE. A sult
I able reward will be paid for any information lend?
ing 10 Its recovery. Apply to STATE PRESS,
Pinck'ncy street. nov.'1-1
FOUND AT LAST ! THE BEST AND
cheapest place to buy HOOTS. SHOES,
HATS. TURNKS, BAGS, Ac. ! At MURRAY'S, 113
Maiketsireet, near King, sign of -'Big Boot." Go
and try him. Sells low for cash._IIOTIO-2
STRAYED OUT OF MY PREMISES ON
Wednesday night last, a yellow BULL TER?
RIER, heavy with pups. A reward will be palo If
the Auder leaves her at my residence, No. 26
Beaufain street. _novlS-3*
LOST, ON TUESDAY MORNING, BE
TWF.EN' lhe Market and Grace Church, a
Ladles' POCKETBOOK! somewhat worn, and con?
taining six or seven dollars In bills and fractional
curreucy, some cai tickets and memoranda. The
latter are of no Value but to tue owner, but will
serve to ld en I Hy '.he property. A reward will be
paid if the Ander leaves the Book either nt this
ofllce or with Mrs. SNOWDEN, at the Widow's
Home, Broad street. novo
g TEEL CORN MILLS,
154 " 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. 5.
$3 00. $3 60. $1 00. 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. R. Marshall.
SDr-g (Sctoos, &t.
^ ' R. i T PL L M A N'S*
DRY GOOD HOUSE,
No. 281 KING STREET,
FouuTii DOOR BELOW WENTWORTH STREET.
MORE DRESS GOODS.
A large lot of
STRIPED PLAIDS AND FIGURED DE?
LAINES AT 20 CENTS.
Reduced to 25 cents.
BROWN AND BLEACHED TABLE DAMASK.
HUCKABACK AND DIAPER TOWELLING.
BROWN AND BLEACHED CRASH
at 10 cents and 12>? cents.
LINEN CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS,
Two sizes, at o>? cents each.
LADIES'. AND CHILDREN'S KNITTED
NUBIAS, HOODS AND SCARFS.
A superior article of
10-4 BLEACHED SHEETING AT 50 CENTS.
ALL FOR CASH, AT
- A. B. STILLMAN'S,
nov21-l_No. 281 KING STREET.
No. 333 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S . C .
IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC !
Mr. ARCHER lias returned from New Tort, per
Steamship Georgia, and will receive per said ship
and Manhattan, upwards of
FIFTY CASES ASSORTED MERCHANDISE,
Comprising everything In the
NOTION A ND FANCY LINE,
all of which I will offer to my numerous custom?
ers, In a few days, at about
FIFTY PER CZNT. BELOW REGULAR PRICES I
My tried experience and position In the mar?
kets as a CASH buyer, gives me superior advan?
tages over those holding old stocks bought un
nr>v21-mwf3_No. 363 King street.
J1URCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO., \
No. 244 KINO STREET.
Largest, best and finest selection in town.
1 case of fine DRESS GOODS at 20c, worth 30c
l case of Plain Poplins, onr own Importation,
only 25c, worth 37>ic
1 case of German Plaids, of all shades, only 40c,
l case of % Black and White Poplin only 25c.
l case of Empress Cloths, In all colors, only 65c.
celebrated Lenos make.
A large stock or the celebrated "Elephant" Al?
pacas, at very low figures.
All colors io Twilled Merinos, 4-4, at 85 to 90c.
25 piece i Irish Silk Poplins at $1, worth $1 50.
A grand selection of Albanate Striped, Plain and
Roppe<i Silk Poplins, at reasonable prices.
io pieces or Heavy Black Mik at $2, worth $260.
Also, a linc selection or Colored Silks, Colored
and ?lack Velvetlues and Velvets.
A full assortment of the latest styles Derby
?pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ?fe CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
SHAWL D EPA ?TUENT.
1 case Black and White Large SUAWLS, only
$2 25. worth ?3.
1 case B ack and White Double Shawls, only
$4 25, worth $5.
1 case Meu'a Travelling Shawls, only $5, worth
A rmi selection or other Shawls from 75c to $io.
3 coses ot good quality Balmoral Skirts, only $1.
A full assortment oriatest style Cloaks, octal
JlURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ?fe CO.,
NO. 244 KINO STREET.
A supply of the Finest French, Belgian, German
English and Domestic CLOTHS.
Beavers, Doeskins, Broad Cloths, Velvetlnes,
Diagonal's, Meltons, Cheviots, Corduroy, Cassi
Ladles' Cloaking-prices guaranteed to give full
1 case of doublo width English Waterproof
Cloth, only Si, worth $1 50. Call In time to se
cn re lt._oct31
JpURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ?fe CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
FLANNEL D E P.A B T M E N T .
1 case OPERA FLANNELS, only 45 and 50c,
Red and While Flannels, from!25c up.
loo pair White Blankets, 10 4. at $3 50, worth-$5.
loo pair White Blankets, 10-4, Extra, at $5, worth
$7. Our Blanket stock being very large, and
bought direct rrom the factory, lt will be for the
benefit of those In want of Blankets to give us the
first call. oc31
JpURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ?fe CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
A full assortment of Becker's SHOPPERS,
Wax A Son's Balbrlgans, sold at Importing prices.
100 dozen of the celebrated ..Vldette" Kid
Gloves at $1, quality warranted.
The only place to get the celebrated French
make of Coupe Jouvla and Alexander Derrent Kid
Gioveas-fU and quality guaranteed.
A full-line of Trimming and Sash Ribbons; Plain,
Striped and Plaid always on hand.
25 cartoons o- Black and Colored Velvet Rib?
bons, at prices to defy competition.
A full assortment of FURS on hand. oct31
?RCHGOTT, BENEDICT ?fe CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
60 rolls of two and three-ply CARPETS wUl be
sold 20 per cent, below their value.
Rugs, Mats, Oil Cloths-large variety. octal
- Stones, Eauges, Ut.
Q0OK1NG STOVES, RANGES AND
HEATING STOVES. FOR SALE BY WM. SHEP?
HERD A CO., No. 21 HAYNE STREET AND No. 35
PLNCKNEY STREET. m
^ C'A DB li f OF MUSIC rf?
Lessee.'..LA rp A KBXNX.
NEW STAB! NSW COMPANY!
THIS (Monday) EVENING,
First appearance or the celebrated young and
beautiful French Pantomimic Artiste,
The only member or the Ravel Family In America.
THE FRENCH SPY!
CYNTHIA, THE QUEEN OF THE GIPSIES!
XS" Seats secured at the Box Office daring the
rjlflE FIRST GRAND ANNUAL BALL
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
HALL OF THE ACADEMY OF MUS1G,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7",
UNDER 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. 2.
.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.
Young America Steam Fire Company.
' Stonewall Steam Fire Company.
M. H. NATHAN, Chief Fire Department.
R. M. ALEXANDER, First Assistant Chief.
C.-P. AIMA R, Second Assistant Chief.
F. L. O'NEILL, Third Assistant Chief.
B. M. STROBEL, Clerk or Board.
A. T. SMYTHE, W. R. MCINTOSH,
L. 1>. MOWRY. Captain WT A. KELLY,
J. C. LACOSTE, Major E. WILLIS,
R. C. BARKLEY, J. H. ALBERS,
HUGH FERGUSON, W. H. SMITH.
Captain J. M. CARaON, A. B. JARVIS,
Major G. L. BUIST. R. S. BRUNS,
Hon. W. D. PORTER, JOHN CHADWICK,
E. D. ENSTON. " ' J. H. DEVEREUX,
J. H. STEINMEYER, H. B. OLNEY,
E. H. JACKSON, H.T. PEAKE.
ARCHB'LD CASERON, Major C. B. SIGWALD,
C.BART, Hon. T. Y. SIMONS,
Capt. F. W. DAWSON, JAMES DUNNING,
Dr. T. R. ALDRICH, JAS. ARMSTRONG, Jr.,
T. S. SIGWALD, Chairman.
A. J. JAG ER, Secretary and Treasurer.
T. R. KEEGAN, . Hi L. CALDER,
J. DELESLAIN, GEO. MCNEIL,
J. W. STEVENS, M. HARRIS,
J. P. CAHILL, W. H. SIGWALD.
C. E. SUREAU, T. J. MELVIN,
C. E. STEINMEY4ER.
A. V. KANAPACX, J. H. STEINMEYER,
C. H. WESTENDORFF.
J. J. O'NEILL, H. J. O'NEILL,
A. H. MOWRY. .
SAMUEL WRAGG. W. M. BRUNS.
H. F. FABER.
HOOK AND LADDER, NO. 2.
H. C. OONKL1N, . T. 0. ASTLE,
C. H. TI FT.
T. J. LYONS, WALTER WEBB, Jr.,
H. G. CARNIOEAN. '
T. J. LILIENTHAL, J. L. HARBERS,
J. H. OETGBN.
THOMAS CORCORAN. THOMAS MILLER,
W. H. TUOMEY.
A. B. HAIGUT. W. E. ABRAMS.
C. F. LYNCH, M. O'MARA,
. J. J. G?ENVER.
HOOK AND LADDEK NO. 1.
J. H. LOEB, JOHN DOYLE,
A W. LEWIN, J. J. CALLAHAN,
0. W. SEIGNIOUS, W. E. JENNINGS,
? W. H. SCHIFFLEY.
Tickets can be purchased from either of the
Junior Managers. novi-i
JJ OLLER SKATING
THE. ACADEMY OF MUSIC HALL,
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 10.
Admission to Night Assemblies SO cents; Chil?
dren 25 cents. Tickets In packages of ; wetve, $3.
Use of Skates, 25 cents.
Afternoon Assemblies, Ladles and Children, In?
cluding use of Sates, 25 cents; Gentlemen, includ?
ing use ol Skates, 50 cours.
Season tickets or admission (good for all assem?
blies during three months) for gentlemen $6; for
ladies ?n- for gentlemen and lady $7 50.
The Palmetto Mining and Manufacturing Com?
pany are now prepared to furnish to mu.'ufac
turers PURE PHOSPHATE ROCK, lroni their
Mines on Ashley uiver.
THURSTON A HOLMES. Agents,
nov21-lmo Ail ger's North Wharf.
1 PERUVIAN GUANO, AND
50 tons Np. 1 PURE PERUVIAN GUANO, from
the Chincha Islands.
50 tons Whltelock's Vegetator.
??5 tons Dissolved Bone.
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
AGENCY FOR THE PERUVIAN
The subscribers having been appointed Local
Agents for the sale of PERUVIAN GUANO, would
respectfully Informed manufacturers and dealers
that they will deliver from warehouses, as well
as from ships direct on arrival from the Peruvian
Islands, PURE PERJJVIAN 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 sat [factory guarantees of Its quality and
purity wUl always be furnished when desired.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
TTO A. MOSES, PH. D.,
GEOLOGIST AND MINING ENGINEER,
NO. 28 GEOROE STREET.
Preliminary Examinations of Phosphate and
Mineral Lands, Geological Surveys and Maps, Es.
timares of Values, and Plans of Mining furnished.
HISOLM & 'W HALEY
No. 39 BROAD STREET.
The undersigned have this day formed a copart?
nership for carry lng on the Practice of Law, na?
der the firm name of CHISOLM A WHALEV.
E. CHISOLM, JR.
0Ct24 W JAMES WHALEY.
PROFESSOR BERGER'S BED-BUG
Costar's INSECT POWDER
Glentworth's Roach Exterminator
Costar's Rat Poison
Isaac sen's Sure Pop-Death to Mosquitoes.
For sale by DR, H. BAEB,
Julys No. 131 Meeting street.
f CSrocm?t, Cignora, ?PI.
Q H Tl I S'T li'l' S C H E E ^
- --?OTT la the time to lay tn* -
SUPPLIES FOE THE HOLIDAYS.
S A V E M O N E Y
By" Dealing at
WILSON'S FAMILY GROCERY,
Southeast Corner Anson and Society streets.
THAT DOLLAR T -E A
THAT DOLLAR TEA
THAT DOLLAR TEA.
Greenand Black, $l a pound.
At_ WILSON'S GROCERY.
COFFEE, ALL KINDS, GREEN, ROAST?
ED AND GROUND,
COCOA, FARINA AND CHOCOLATE,
At - ._WILSON'S GROCERY.
FINE WTNES/LKJUORS AND SYRUPS,
SUGARS RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
At * WILSON'S GROCERY.
CANNED FRUITS, PRESERVES AND
At_ WILSON'S, GROPE BY.
POTTED MEATS AND IMPORTED
At _WILSON'S GROCERY.
ENGLISH, PICKLES, FRENCH MUS?
TARD, ITALIAN OILS,
At WILSON'S GROCERY.
ALM ON, LOBSTERS, MACKEREL
?EEK, FREAN & CO.'S UNRIVALLED
ENGL IS a BISCUITS,
At . ._WILSON'S GROCERY.
SMOKED HAM-5, TONGUES, SHOULD?
_At_, WILSON'S GROCERY.
ALMONDS, FIGS AND FRENCH
PRUNfiS. . .
At WILSON'S GROCERY.
EAKINS, CURRANTS AND CITRON,
CHEESES-EDAM, PINEAPPLE, ENG?
LISH DAIRY, SAPSAGO, FACTORY, STIL?
TON, IMITATION ENGLISH. Ac, Ac,.
?RICES LOWER THAN THE LOWEST
SAMPLES OF TEA SEHT FREE.
Address Poatofflce Box 333, Charleston, S. C. .
NO CHARGE FOR PACKING. .
AU Goods DELIVERED FREE In any part of the
Remember the place,
Southeast Corner Anson and Society streets,
_ Charleston, 8.-fi.
JPLOUR, SALT, BACON,. &c
lOoo bois, and bags Fresh FLOUR-Tennessee
1000 sack Liverpool Salt
25 tierces (Martin's) Palmetto Choice Hams
60 boxes L. O. Sides and Shoulders
10 hhds. Choice Smoked shoulders
20 hhdB. No. 2 Smoked Shoulders
25 puncheons Porto Rico Molasses.
In store, and for sale ac reduced pri?es, by
noYl9-2_ -Na 189 East Bay.
?10AL! COAL ! COAL !
250 tons best House COAL, arrived per brig Ce?
celia, from Liverpool. For sale by
R. f. WALKER,
novi9-2 Boyce's Wharf.
p O T A T O E 81 POTATOES!
400 bbhv choice Eating POTATOES, Goodrich's,
Jackson Whites, Ac
For sale in lots to suit purchasers, by
RAVENEL A HOLMES,
novi5_No. 177 East Bay.
-pOTATOES! POTATOES !
Novr landing, ex brig Heslin, at Brown A Co.'g
200 barrels JACKSON WHITE POTATOES, in
fine order, will be sold from wharf, bi lots to suit
purchasers, at $3 per barrel, cash on delivery.
Apply to MOapS GOLDSMITH A SON,
nov9 _Vendue Range.
ORN AND OATS.
10,000 bushels prime old CORN
3,000 bushels prime black and white Seed
and reeding Oats.
For sale by
nov5 T. J. KERR A CO.
EATH & RICE
No. 9 KAYNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, CIGARS,
Have on hand, and are dally receiving, a large
and well selected stock of tho above, which they
offer on the most favorable terms.
We have still retained the services of Mr. JOB
DAWSON, who wUl bc pleased to see bis frlends
i?IilliucrTi, -fancy ?oo?s, $?t.
A full assortment of
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
Cloaks on hand aid made to order. '
In all Its branches, promptly .attended to.
Country orders receive special attention.
oct22-Dnwf2mos No. 304 King street.
THE PHOSPHATE ROCKS AND MAR?B OF
THEIR HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT, WITH
COLORED DESCRIPTIVE PLATES.
.ROFESSOR FRANCIS 8. HOLMES, OF
8 VO. PPR, $125.
PUBLISHED BY HOLMES'S BOOK-HOUSE,
novl7-6 CHARLESTON. S. C.
Newspapers,^ JBaganuas, #i\
NOV EM BER.
AND S OME ENGRAVINGS.
Maintenance of the Fertility of Soils-by Pro?
fessor HUgard, of the University of Mississippi.
The South and her Resources-by Hon. Alfred
Plantation Economy-oy Colonel D. Wyatt
Texas Grasses-by Professor "Burkley.
Southern Fruits-by P. J. Berckmand.
Hints on Town Gardening-by H. W. RaveneL
And numerous other valuable and interesting
articles. * .q
Subscription, $2 per annum. *
Address WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
nov2 Charleston, S. C.