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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO.,
No? 149 East Bay, Charief*c?t. S. C.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1870.
y EWS OE THE DAT.
.. vi_. bia .. . .
-Gold closed in New York, yesterday, at
-Cotton opened strong, but closed weak; up?
lands ie ??c. ; sales 4800 bales.
-m Liverpool cotton closed steady; uplands
9>?d, Orleans 9}id; sales 12,000 ba'es.
-The Lancet says : ' 'It ls a curious fact that of
the passengers in a train which met with a ter?
rible accident lately, all who were asleep at the
tune escaped uninjured-nature's anaesthetic in?
suring them not only against fractures and con?
tusions, but even against the bad effects of shak?
ing and concussion.", ;
-Queen Victoria has now nine grandson ? and
eight granddaughters, together seventeen grand
.children, of whom the Crown, princess, or Prussia
gives Ave (one died in is se,) tbe Princess of Wales
five, ant. the Princesa Alice tl ve, and t lie Princess
Helena two. And the Queen has still five unmar?
ried-children. < in ? if? ?*l : : -
. .^-Oneof the results of the election in Missouri
wan tho adopt ion by that' State of six constitu?
tional amendments. These amendments abolish,
nrst, the district court system; second, the Jurors'
test oath; third, the'double-lla'billty clause for pri?
vate corporations;-fourth, .the voters' test oath;
fifth, thc disqualifications for holding office on ac?
count of color?disloyalty,'?o. -The sixth amend?
ment, addi to the Missouri State Constitution a'
cla^forblddta^' the'Geueral Assembly, or "any
county, city, towns,' township, school district, br
other municipal corporation," to make appropria,
tiens either in m?ney, real estate, or other prop-,
erv to any seonclan purpose whatever. ,-'
-The New York Journal ot Commerce,, .com?
menting upon thc victory achieved in Missouri"by
-the Reformers, says, that the objects they .have In
view are confined to no State, and that great
numbers of' the rising" yotmg Repobncans of the
West are with them heart, and soul. Of the Dem - :
ocra ts it says : "At" the very outset thc immense,
Democratic minority of the-Northern and We9t-'
ern Southern States Ata?d ready to trasfcr. 'unan
satisfactory term*, nearly their whole strength.tb
he movement. AJ? that is ne?ssary,.thererore, to
organize a new party capable say or electing a
Presidentfln f?"2, is Tor a comparatively small
foj.ee, o?'the Repub!Ic3?YWmy to step ont man?
fully from the ranks.and rheet and Join tbe Demo?
cratic masses coming towards them half way."
-When a certain Monsieur Max Pol made such
very severe strictures ou the Emperor in refer?
ence to bis savingj??wialleged that these latter:
amounted to such a'prod igloos eom, he specially
referred to M. Thelin, secretary dr the Emperor's
privy purse, as "a very honest man," who could,
he feltHtire, indorse the charges ma/la -M.? Tticlin, '
Jhower?r, ' wHtea'?'Interj. irony . Wi ! bel mshoh t on i
tte 25w,Oct?ber, w"h(ch so far from 'Supporting i
hIseulogi8t, speaks or him as "un M. Max Pol,
aneje n'ai pas l'honneur d? conna?tre," and pro?
ceeds by an elaborate account, to snow what had
become of the Imperial resources, and how
73,340,000 francs have been expended by the Em
peror.In charity pr public objects which, accord
lng to.h'is enemies, have been p'ac&l in-eligible
investments. . ;..
-Atery embarrassing case or mistaken identi?
ty occurred.-on. board the Missouri Valley train,
at Kansas City, the. other day. The wife of a
gentleman ??sitirng In that city has been visiting
In St. Joseph for several weeks, and h'o- was ex?
pecting' her that uvcnlng. On the arrival or the
train, he entered the car and'saw a lady whom he
Supposed to be his better hall sitting very com?
posedly with her back to him. He very slyly ap-;
proached and placed his hands over her eyes.
The ikdy ' finally released 'herself, and Indignantly
turned towards bim. It is impossible to imagine,
ula. surprise od finding the lady was an entire
stranger. He offered the proper explanation and
apology, and, turning his. >yes in another direc?
tion, he discovered his Dena: ft?? wife looking on:
ahbVqnieUy enjaylng- the affalri ?CAVAO
-In Vacuna, Colorado, election day, four herd-j
ers from Kort hem Texas and three New Orleans j
gammers were playing a game or poker, When a
quarrel arose between Joe Bigger, a Texan, and
Orestes . Watroni, one of tue gamblers, which it
was-techled to fight out with bowie-knives on
horseback. The combatants ,were divested of
their .'coats and shirts,' and : their knives were
bound to their right? hands. They were then
placed sixty yard? apart, with orders to ride at
each other full speed, passing on thc leite side
Befit' were sjlendid horsemen. Bigger -was
mounted on a clean-limbed, fiery pour, a little
over fourteen hands high, whllo. Watrousrode a
large,'.'watch-eyed," vicious roan. Eight times
t^?y.anried their horses uppa each other, and
each time.'fearful, -wounds ..were given with
terrible weapons, Mir at-last Watrons, weak
enedby two ghastly stabs fja.tho thigh, coiild not
wield his knire, anil Bigger drove his weapon Into
Ms heart. Bradford, another gambler. s?etng
his.friend's fats, Jsh?t Bigger dead, when a free
fight ensued with revolvers, and Bradford was
killed and two othersof/he party badly wounned.
-The prison pens near Cojleutz, in which some
12,O0ft=Ftench troops of all arras are confided,
mwe been visited by a ".orrespon?ent or the New
TqrkTlniea, who found about wo or wo tents in
long rows or streets, and each inhabited by anon
?mmlsaioned officer aad twelve to fourteen prl
.^tes. ^Ami^'t^'prfsbners he saw the Cent
lardes, or body guard ot Napoleon, whose gorg?
ons appearance $3- -they, lined - the Grand
^?tc?i??rin:'their glitteringuniforms, at the
leila .at the Tuileries.. m?ny an American
Ybntar to Paris will recall. Now . he sees
these sams human frames, not in undress or fa
j^^'u^brms, but in a miserable dirty attire,
compelled .to trudge through the mire ankle-deep,
with a" tin" can, to hash a few ounces of meat anda
basin of soup for subsistence. Typhus, of a most
viraient character, has. broken out in the camp,,
and there are many-deaths each day, the victims,
being buried with Military honors, and a platoon
. agi i.'
or Prussians flringflie volleys. He assigns as
cause the hardship and famine suffered by
French immediately before and auer Sedan,
terrible weathetjand the change of diet. Ba
bread, soup and coffee are the Prussian ratl
for their own men; but the prlsdners are not u
to lt. A Frenchman must have his glass of
wine and a wheaten crust to sustain him.
here they are given no wine, but sutlers are
lowed to sell them vile brandy, which is an inji
It is proposed to remove the prisoners from ca
to barracks, as has already been done at Mayer
-Naples has had a sensation lately in. the
of the career or a noted brigand. This was
Pilone, a cbler of a band quite in the cont
tional Fra Diavolo style. He had a headquari
In the village of Ottajano, where he was a popi
personage, and godfather of all the chlldrei
the neighborhood. His last capture-was as
stantial Neapolitan burgher, for whose : :lea'
large ransom was demanded. The friends of
prisoner haggling a little about the price, PU
cut of the gentleman's ears and forwarded tl
in a cream-laid envelope to his family, int Li
ting that only promptness and liberality wo
save the rest of the head. The brigands? tei
were at once accepted, and an appointment m
for the payment of the money at a certain stn
corner in Naples. With singular audat
Pilone hlmseir went Into the city to collect
money; and with almost equal courage
friends of thc prisoner informed the police of
appointment. The brigand appeared at the t
per moment, dressed, as stage-managers will
Interested to know, in a velveteen shootlng-ci
peg-topped trousers of striped holland, a poi
neck-cloth loosely encircling his muscular thr<
ahd a Calabrian wide-awake hat. He wall
gally into the ambush set Tor him; but, upon
lng assailed by the first policeman,- made such
slstance with his dagger, that the party of eli
or ten gave up the hope of taking him alive, ?
dispatched him with their knives soeffeetui
that he died without a groau. In bis pock
were found systematically-kept accounts of
operations of his brigandage, a pewter medal
the Pope, and several colored prints of salt
We do not learn what became of the prisoner :
m peril. ._
The Conservative. Members.
The Reform or Conservative members
the State Legislature are few in number, I
this very fact, during the session which 1
gins to-day, should bind them more cloe'
together, and cause them to be ready at
times to make their voices heard in defer
of the material and political interests of t
people. While we hope for the best, a
trust that the. absence of DeLarge, Elli?
and Rainey will do more good than t
. presence of Whitternore and the increase
the number of colored members will
harm, we feel that there is reason to fe
that the legislation of this session will t
into the usual-groove, and be illiberal ai
partisan, if not flagrantly corrupt Th
however, is an additional reason why t
Conservatives, in the Senate and the Hoiis
should be unanimous in their action, bold
their denunciation of wrong, and outspok
ia their demand, that some heed be given
the sixty thousand voters whom they on
represent. It will be np-bill work, but th
can. unquestionably render yeoman gervji
to the State if, keeping their skirts clea
and avoiding dangerous alliances, tin
watch closely their Radical opponents, ar
oppose, through thick and thin, every mea
are which is not calculated to redound I
the benefit of all classes of tue people. ]
thia way they can: restrain in'some degn
"tile excesses of (he Ring, while, as intell
gent and trustworthy men, their exposure <
-jobber}' and their denunciation of schemi
for wasting and misappropriating the pul
'lie money should have some weight in sha]
ing the course--of-legislation, and will ce
tainly give confidence to their vast constiti
ency-the white citizens ol the State. -
One of the first duties of the General A
sembly. is the election of a United Stat
Senator, and the'Conservative members wil
we presume, cast their votes for a Sout
^Carolinian-one whom the people know an
trust. A decent ancL/?apable Radical, if on
can be found, is more valuable lu Sout
Carolina than in Washington, and, if a Rad
cal is-to be elected; we heartily hope that
will be ono wbo3e malignity and venalit
qualify bim for being the mouthpiece. (
South Carolina Radicalism. . Wc do not d(
sire that the Federal Capital should mee
with the fate or Die cities bf the plaiu, bot
if a score of Senators were to be elected it
stead of one, we could find eligible Radica
candidates who- would do the Slate no iii
jury in Washington, but'who, while they re
main here; foster animosity; encourage ne
potisni, and squander the bard earnings o
the people, Radical*-of tbis stamp we de
sire to send anywhere-anywhere out of th
It seems to us, however, that the Con
servative members cannot, even for ex
pediency's sake, vote for an ultra-Radical
steeped in bitterness and party profligacy
.Their safest policy-failing, as they will, t<
elect a worthy South Carolinian-is to re.
fmin from voting. Under no circumstance;
should they vote for ?n unworthy caudldate
It is better to'allow the majority to do theil
.worst in selecting. the most venomous o
In the general affairs of the Bession, th?
Conservative members will, we are confl
dent, judge every proposition by its merits.
They are the expouents of the Reform move
ment which knew no party distinctions, and
will advocate every proper measure without
regard to the political sympathies of the
framer. The experience of last session
shows that the majority wilL occasionally be
divided, and, when the Conservatives can?
not defeat, an injurious bill, they may at
least, by voting with the more moderate
Radicals, strip it of some objectionable
A -great responsibility, then, re3ts upon
the band of Conservative members ia the
pre3eut Legislature, and, we doubt not, that
they will be found equal to every emergency
-worthy guardians ol au important public
THE Anderson Intelligencer, in noticing
tlie coufessiou of a Radical sheet that,
while the State Election law stands, Re?
publicanism ia "despicable tyranny," perti?
nently asks wby no sucb admissions were
made before the election ? Not one Radical
had.the manliness to denounce publicly the
Election law which they now condemn in
toto. The infamous character of the law
has given the Scott party the control of; the
government for two years more, and, now
that they are firmly seated, they protest
that the law ?3 so shockingly unfair that it
Bhould be instantly repealed. We shall not
grumble il they do repeal the law, but the
next general elections take place two years
hence, and it will be easy enough to amend
the new law in March, 1872, BO as to accom?
plish the object which waB gained by the
"infamous law" of Marek, 1870.
* . -. ' ."-Crowns got by blood
" Hu?t be with blood maintained."
Judge Carpenter and General Butler.
the Columbia Phoenix speaks Very warm?
ly of the ^effort.- made by Judge Carpenter
and General Butler, In the late canvass, to'
enlighten the minds of the colored people,
and to direct, aright their political conduct.
The Phoenix adda: "But it was not to the
"colored voters alone-that Judge Carpenter
"and General Butler directed their appeals.
"They awoke and stimulated the energies
"of their whit? fellow-citizens. ?They ren?
dered distinguished services, and they de
"serve well of South Carolina. If they did
"not command success, they did more
"they deserved it." ?
The Lexington Dispatch, upon the same
subject, says: "As for ourselves, we al
"ways did love General Butler, but since his
"unselfish devotion to the welfare of the
"State, in the late canvass, words could not
.convey an exaggeration of our- admiration
"for him. We hope the day will yet come
"when the people of South Carolina will be
"able, substantially, to reward him. In this
"connection, we desire to say that our grati?
tude to Judge Carpenter is also unbounded."
These sincere expressions of deep feeling,
coming from the interior of the State, will
fall pleasantly on the ears of the distin?
guished gentlemen whose honorable defeat
has only made them stronger than ever in
the confidence and esteem of the people.
The Macon and Augusta Railroad.
"We learn from a private letter that the
President of the Macon and Augusta Rail?
road has given notice that the first train
carrying cotton over this important road
will start from Macon on Thursday next,
the 24th instant. The through rate to
Charleston will be 45 cents per 100 pounds,
which is, also, the rate to Savannah.
We are sure that the good news of the
actual completion and opening of the Macon
Road will be received with lively satisfac?
tion. The South Carolina Railroad has
worked for years to obtain the completion
of this direct route to the great cotton cen?
tre of Georgia, and will now obtain, in a
largely increased business, a handsome re?
turn for its heavy contributions to the new
line. Nor must it be forgotten that the
South Carolina Railroad, in extending abd
completing its Western connections, is
steadily and surely building up tbe trade of
.this city. It now remains for our merchants
to "push things" in Georgia. Business can
be had, and Charleston need fear no com?
petition; provided, always, that our mer?
chants and factors show themselves alive to
the necessities of the times, and play "dia
|'"mond cut diamond" with the go-ahead
1 representatives of rival cities.
The Columbia Conference.
We commend to the serious attention of
our readers an article from the Camden
Journal, printed in another column. The
writer fully confirms the statements already
made by ourselves as to the conclusions
arrived at by the Columbia Conference; and
we join cordially in the wise and patriotic
counsel that the people of the State remand
their attention to suffering private pursuits,
and rely upon the organized efforts of the
intelligence and virtue of South Carolina to
secure to the people the blessings of good
government In "the not distant future."
A BiosTFiOAST rumor ls afloat to tho effect
.that the United States will be invited by
Russia and, Prussia to take part in a Con?
gress of the Great Powers. The relations
of the United States with both Germany
and Russia are cordial in the extreme, and
it has long been suspected that while the
Germans occupy the attention of France,
the'Czar may push Turkey to the wall, and
tho United States present a little bill for the
Alabama business, accompanied with thc
ultimatum-Canada or the Cash. Ben But?
ler'is rampageous for a war, and General
Grant is foolish enough to attempt to save
his party at the cost of ruining the country.
We shall sec. _____
THE Emperor Napoleon urges ^thc Pro?
visional Government to continue their re?
sistance to any proposition looking to a
cession of French territory. At the tame
time the London Times suggests that the
restoration of the Napoleonic dyuasty is on
the carpet. Perhaps by the time that the
Provisional Government have followed out
Napoleon's advice all Franco "will be ready
to welcome the return of any strong gov?
ernment, even with Napoleon himself at its
head; Unless the Emperor intends this,
perhaps he will be kind enough to inform
some enterprising newspaper correspondent
how this "continued opposition" is . to be
carried on-off paper.
GEORGETOWN hos a white population of
546, and the Times urges the leading men of
the county to form an immigrant associa?
C oat ano irop.no._
STRAYED FROM .No. 86 TRADD
street, on the 16thInstant, a RED COW, with
short tall and a dent on her rump. She had a
leather strap Around her neck. A reward will be
paid for her recovery. MARY AHRENS.
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 from
'l to 4, as may be desired. Location on Kins:
street (central.) Terms reasonable. Inquire at
this office. novl6-e*
ANIGHT SCHOOL FOR COLO KED
Citizens has been opened in St. Peter's
school House, Wentworth street. No distinction
of creed. Terms, 50 cents every other Monday, In
advance. Lessons every night from half-past 7
o'clock. Saturdays and Sundays excepted. octl8
ENGLISH AND GERMAN SCHOOL, No.
ti WENTWUKTU STREET.-Thc exercises of
thisinstitutlon embrace all the branches necessary
for a good English and Commercial education.
The hours irani 3 to ? o'clock P. M. are devoted
to German lessons, viz: Grammar, Speaking,
Writing and Readlug. Lessons lu Drawing and
Moulding every Saturday morning. The Night
School from 7 to 9 o'clock, for exercises of Arith?
metic, Reading, Spelling aud Writing, and Orna?
mental and Mechanical Drawing for adults.
The Academy ts under my special superinten?
dence, with the assistance of Mr. J. MCDONALD,
Miss J. H. ANGEL, Miss LEONHARDT, Miss J.
Vocal Music by Professor F. BERCKHAN.
0. H. BERGMANN,
g O ? T H ERN ?YE^BT?U S E. ~
Anew FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
at No. sao KlDg street, where DYEINO io all col?
ors,, and Cleaning or au kinda ls done at the
shortest notice and In the best ?ty ie.
BLASOOW, BILLER A CO.,
li French Dyers,
No. 359 Ring street, near corner George street.
WANTED, A^COlttREDfW?MAN, TO
do the cooking and washing for a small
family of three. Apply at No. 23 Legare street.:
TTTANTED, A MAN, TO DO HOUSE
Yj. . WORK and attend an Invalid gentleman.
Good recommendations requlr?oT Apply at'"Ko.
13 King street._'_nov22-l?
WANTED, TWO SERVANTS-ONE
to cook and wash, and one to nurse chil?
dren. .Apply to Mr. ALEXANDER, King street,
three Adora from Queen._nov22-l?
WANTED, BY A RESPECTABLE
while GIRL, a situation as chambermaid
or nursery maid. Can give good reference. Ap
ply at No. 9 South Battery._nov22-l?
WANTED TO RENT, THREE BOOMS.
Address "Z," NEWS office. nov2l-2?
HOUSE SERVANT WANTED.-WANT?
ED, a young colored mau as a house ser?
vant, one or some experience, who can come
recommended. Applv at No. 143 Meeting street.
WANTED, A WHITE FEMALE SER?
VANT to cook and Wash. Apply at No. 98
St Phillp street._nov!6
AMALE TEACHER WANTED, TO
take charge of the Mineral Springs Acade?
my, Marlboro' County, S. C. Good references re?
quired. Address B. N. ROGERS, Bennettsville,
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 further Information may be had
by ad< reaajng p, DAILY NEWS offlce._oct28
IF YOU WANT A GOOD SEWING
Machine, and a cheap one, go to LUNS
FORD'S, in Queen street, and you will find it. .
p ?T?>K LIEN'S" No. 339 KING STREET,
VX if you want to see beautiful Havana and
Florida ORANGES, very Bwea and large ones
about 6000 on hand and for sale very cheap.
Also, very One ripe BANANAS, and a very large
assortment of Nuts, all new._nov2?-2*
FOR SALE, ABOUT TWO HUNDRED
Empty Barrels, at KLIEN'S FRUIT STORE,
No. 339 King street. _ nov22-2?
FOR SALE, THAT VERY DESIRABLE,
centrally and substantially built Three
Story BRICK RESIDENCE, ol the late John C.
Burckrayer's, situated on the north side of Soci?
ety street, between Meeting and Anson streets,
and known by the No. 28, containing Beven large
and two small upright rooms, with private stair?
way. Gas throughout tho house, fine large ''cis?
tern and well of water," Ac; slate shed.
AIBO, a two story range of BRICK'BUILDINGS,
containing Cooking and Wash Kitchens, with
four upright sleeping rooms, also Carriage House
and Stable, with lofts. There ls also on the prem?
ises, a wooden Wood and Coal House, Storeroom,
and other outbuildings necessary *for a large
The lot measures on Society street forty-six (46)
feet six (6) Inches, more or less; on the north
side thereor, forty-two (42) feet, more or less; on
the east side thereor. one hundred and eighty-five
(185) feet, more or less, and on the west side
thereof one hundred and eighty-three (183) feet,
more or less; as per plat drawn in 1795, by Joseph
Purcell, surveyor, by the number 19.
The Property can be traded for at private sale
until the 24th inst.
For terms and further information apply to
JAS. BANCROFT, JR., No. 106 East Bav,
Att'y tor M. B. Burckmyer, Qualified Executrix.
TO TURPENTINE MEN.-I OFFER FOR
sale, on reasonable terms, the STILL FIX?
TURES and good will of rav Turpentine business
near Sandy B uff, on Little Peedee, lo B?rry Coun?
ty. The location ls seven mlle3 from Mulllu's
Depot, on W. C. & A. R. R., with good roads, or
the stuff can be shipped down Little Peedee.
Parties wanting a good situation In almost a new
turpentine section will do well to give me a call.
There can be cut within easy distance of Still ten
or twelve crops of new boxes. To a good busi?
ness man with a small capital, this, ls.a rare
chance, as this ia a good stand for a country
store, and more turpentine can bc'lyiignt here
than one still-can run. Sold -for no other, reason
but that my business In Marion requlros my at?
tention all the time. Address D. W. KETCH UM,
Mullen's Depot. S. C.
Georgorowu Times copy and send bill as above.
novl-tu4 . _ , ._
NEWSPAPERS.-FOR SALE A QUANTI?
TY or the above. Apply at Board or Trade
Booms, No. lal Meering street, rnovio-thtu
HOOK AND LADDER TRUCK FOR
SALE.-Six LADDERS and full comple?
ment of Dooks, Axes, Lanterns, Jcc, in perfect
order, and goodaa new; will be i old cheap. Ap?
ply to M. H. NATHAN, Chief of Fire Department,
Charleston, 8. O. novltf-lmo
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
$450 will buy 1 Six norse STEAM ENGINE,
and French Burr Stone GRIST MILL. Apply at
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. Gall and examine at
No. 27 Queen street. J. LUNSFORD.
Jnn-.il_ ? ? '.-_
CH A KHA - f0R SALE, A LONG
rljrkO\J\Jm ESTABLISHED BUSI?
NESS, (Retail.) paying a net profltof $2500 per an
mm. Ampie time given a purchaser to learn thc
business.' This ls 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 "(2500 In?
come," Box v, DAILY NBWB Offlce, giving real
name. ' Inlv2s
FOR SALE, THREE FARMS, TWO
miles from the Port Royal Railroad, in
the Whippy Swamp neighborhood. One Farm
contains 3T? acres, one 335 acres, and one 160
acres. Each Farm contains one hundred acres
pood planting land, with two*or three comfort
able cabins on each: also well timbered, good
range for cattle and hogs: and perfectly henltnv
al! the seasons. For particulars apply to K. D.
H., Barnwell Tillase, mavin
AT PRIVATE SALE. - HANDSOME
AND DESIRARLE RESIDENCE IN THE
HKALTHT AND GKOWIXO TOWN OF FLOR?
ENCE, S. C.-All that LOT OF LAND, measuring
276 feet on irby street, and 160 feet on' Evans
street, with the neat and handsome two story
Dwelling House, Kitchen, Stables, storehouse,
Dalry and all necessary outbulliflngs. The dwell?
ing lias six comfortable rooms. All the build?
ings are in excellent order. On the premises arc
a choice selection ol fruit trees, grape vines and
shade trees; also, an excellent vegetable garden.
Good wen 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 aa acceptable partv. Apply to or address
GEORGE McD. STOLL,
Real Estate Ageut,
octlo-mth2mos Florence, S. C.
TO RENT, THE RESIDENCE No. 5C
Tradd street, east of Meeting,- containing
six square rooms, double piazza, cistern, Ac.
TO RENT, THREE PLEASANT ROOMS,
with kitchen accommodation. Apply at thia
I office._ ._nor22-a?
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE TV70
and-a half Story House, No. 4 Mary street,
Apply at the southwest corner of CS'arch and
Chalmers streets. nov22
TO RENT, TWO COMFORTABLE
Rooms, with separate stairs, near the Hue ol
cttycars. Apply at this offlce. uov22-l*
TO RENT, THE RESIDENCE No. 1
STOLL'S ALLEY, coutaininsr fo ir square
rooms, dressing mom. ami fwo atti'^s, pump and
chue n. Apply at No. Church street.
PLANTERS'HOTEL TO RENT.-THIS
desirably located and extensively arranged
establishment, known for so many years to the
travelling public, ls now to rent. For rurtlicr in
.formation, apply to E. W. MACBETH, Agent,
I southwest corner East Bay and Broad streets.
FOB RENT OR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE lu Orangeburg District, situated
on Lyons Creek, three and a half miles rrom the
South Carolina. Railroad. The tract contains
??500 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-falling stream runs through
thc 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 since the war, and the splendid
growing crop would give entire satisfaction.
It ia offered for rent or sale, on .reasonable
Address Mrs. L M. KEITT,
Society Hill, Darlington District, S. C.
Or R. M. MARSHALL & BRO., No. 33 Broad
A FULL ASSORTMENT just received by
DR. H. BAER,
'alys Ko isl Meeting street.
ST^^GEC?tl? SOCIETY.-THE KS
YERSARY Meetlng'Tof this Society will b?
held at the Sou'h Carolina Hall SHIS EVENING/
November 22d, 1870, at 8 o'clock.
T. PINCKNEY LOWNDES,
nov22 Secretary and Treasurer.
WASHINGTON- LIGHT - iNFANTBY
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION.-The Quar?
terly Meeting will be held THIS EVEKING, In Ma?
sonic Hall,-at 7 o'clock. Come -prepared to-pay
Arrears. , . . J.h. HONOUR. :
nov22 Secretary and Treasurer.
WASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-Attend the Regular Monthly
Meeting or your Company, at your Hall, THIS
EVENING, 22d Instant, at 7 o'clock.
ncv22 WM. CHAMBERLAIN, ecretary.
Sftrticra in ?ankruylnj.
TED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH
CAROLINA.-IM THE MATTER OF JAMES F.
DRAKE, Bankrupt, by whom a petitionfor adjudi?
cation or bankruptcy was flied on the 17th day of
November, A. D., 1870, In said Court.-In Bank?
ruptcy.-Tbls ls to give notice, that on the TWBN
TV-FIEST DAT OF NoYKUEBR, A. D. 1870, a warrant
In bankruptcy was Issued against the estate of
JAMES F. DR4.KE, or Liberty Hill, In the County of
Darlington and State ol South CaroUna, who has
been adjudged a bankrupt, on his own petition;
that the payment of any debts and delivery of any
property belonging to said bankrupt, to bim or
for his use, and the transfer of any property by
bim, are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the
creditors of the said bankrupt, to prove their
debts, and to choose one or more assignees of his
estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to
be holden at No. 72 Broad street, Charleston,
South Carolina, before J. C. Carpenter, Registrar,
OU the FIFTH DAT OF DECEMBER A. D., 1870, at
ll o'clock A. M. .L. ?. JOHNSON, .
nov22-tu2 U. S. Marshal, as Messenger.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF- THE
UNITED STATES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
OCTOBER TERM, 1870.-In the matter of
MATHEW BYRD, or-, Bankrupt-Petition for
foll and final discharge in Bankruptcy.-Ordered,
that a hearing be hod on the 29th day of Novem?
ber. A. D. 1870, at Federal Courthouse in columbia,
S. C.; and that all Creditors, Ac, of said Bank?
rupt appear at said time and place, and show
cause, If any they can, why the prayer of the Peti?
tioner should not be granted.
Bv order of the court, the 14th day of November,
A. D. 1870. DANIEL HORLBECK,
. Clerk of the District Court of the United States
novl5-tu2 For South Carolina.
STERLING EXCHANGE purchased by.
E. LAFITTE A CO.,
No. 3 Chamber of Commerce Building,
nov2l-3 Broad street.
Diesolnticns of Copartnership.
NOTICE -THE FIRM OF WEST 4
JONES having been dissolved by the death
of Mr. EUGENE W. WEST, the business of the con?
cern will be settled up by the underalgned at No.
76 East Bay, who .will sign the firm name lu liqui?
dation. WM. H. JONES,
. . Surviving Partner.
NOTICE.-The undersigned begs leave to Inform
the public that he will continue the GRAIN AND
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS at the old
stand, No. 76 East Bay. under the firm name of
WILLIAM H. JONES A CO., and respectfully so?
licits a continuance or the favors extended to the
late firm or WEST A JONES. WM. H. JONES.
Drrj ?oo??, ?ftc.
RY GOODS! DRY GO ODS!
CARPETING, MATTING, 4c, 4c, 4c.
1870. FALL AND WINTER. 1870.
MCLO Y 4 R I C E',
No. 270 KING STREET, CORNER OF HASEL
Have received per. recent arrivals the largest and
most complete stock ofj
DRY GOODS, CARPETING, MATTING, 4c,
4c, TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY.
We respectfully and confidently Invite strang?
ers and out* country friends to examine our stock
before purcliaslng elsewhere. A large saving
No. 270 KING STREET, CORNER OE HASEL
ALEXANDER McLOY. J. W. RICE,
?pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
Largest, best and finest selection in town.
1 Case of fine DRESS GOODS at 20c, worth 30c.
1 case of Flam Poplins, our own importation,
only 25c, worth 37j<c. .
l case of Germau Plaids, of all shades, only 40c,
1 case of X Black and White Poplin only 25c
l case of Empress Cloths, In all colors, only 05c.
celebrated Lenos make. -
A large stock of the celebrated "Elephant" Al?
pacas, at very tow figures.
All colors 10 Twilled Merinos, 44, at 85 to 90c.
25 piece< Iris i Silk Poplins at $1, worth $1 60.
A grand selection of A; lu nate striped, Plain and
Repped Silk I'opilns, at reasonable prices.
io pieces of Heavy Black silk at ?2, worth $260.
Also, a Hue selection of Oo.ored Silks, Colored
and Slack Velvetlaes and Velvets.
A full assortment of the latest styles Derby
Shawl Suits. octsi
?pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT 4 CO..
No. 244 KING STREET.
SHAWL D EPA R T M E N T .
1 case Black' and White Large SHAWLS, only
$2 25, worth $3.
I 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 75c to $10.
3 cases of good quality Balmoral Skirts, only $1.
A full assortment of latest style Cloaks. oct31
pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT 4 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, Cassi
Ladles' Cloaking-prices guaranteed to give full
l case of double width English Waterprool
Cloth, only $1, worth $150. Call iu time to se
-pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
' No. 244 KING STREET.
lease OPERA FLANNELS, only 45 arid 50c,
Red and White Flannels, from)25c np.
100 pair White Blankets, 10-4, at $3 50, worth $5.
loo pair White Blankets, 10-4, Extra, at $6, worth
$7. Our Blanket stock being very large, and
bought direct from the factory,- it will be for the
benefit of those In want of Blankets to give ns the
JpURCHGOTT, BENEDICT 4 CO.,
No. 244 KINO STREET.
A full assortment of Hecker's SHOPPERS,
Wax A Son's Balbrlgans, sold at Importing prices.
loo dozen of the celebrated "Vldette" Kid
Gloves at $1, quality warranted.
The only place to get the celebrated French
make of Coupe Joavln and Alexander Derrent Kid
Gloves-flt and quality guaranteed.
A full line of Trimming and Sash Ribbons; Plain,
Striped and Plaid always on hand.
25 cartoons a' Black and Colored Velvet Rib
bons, at prices to defy competition.
A full assortment of FURS on hand. oct31
pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT 4 CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
CARPETS A ND O IL CLOTHS.
60 rolls or two and three-pl/ CARPETS will be
sold 20 per oent. below their value.
Rugs, Mats, Oil Cloths-large variety, octal
jQ? BING'S FILE REMEDY.
For sale by DB. EL BA EB.
cm D E lg? J F M ? S I o?
V A HIT I A HIT ! A HIT !
-THE ynrrxr. THE- ftR^nr?rrr., Tup JiEA?TIEirL^j.
THE ONLY RAVEL.
- - THIS (Tuesday) EVENING,
First time of Mlle. RAVEL m a speaking part in
THE QUEEN OF THE GIPSIES !
And a Roaring Farce.
THE WEPT OF THE WISHTON WISH.
4&- Seats secured at the Box Office dating the
fJIHE FIRST GRAND ANNUAL BALL
MARION STEAM FIBE ENGINE COMPANY,
HALL OF THE ACADEMY OP MUSIO,
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. 8.
?tna 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. .
Yoong America Steam Fire Company,
Stonewall Steam Fire Company.
M. H. NATHAN, Chief Fire Department
R. M. ALEXANDER, First Assistant Chief.
C. P. AIM AR, Second Assistant Chief.
F. L. O'NEILL, Third Assistant Chit.'.
B. M. STROBEL, Clerk of Board.
A. T. SMYTHE, : W. R. MCINTOSH,
L. ?. MOWRY, C?ptala W. A. KELLY,
J. C. LACOSTE, . Major E. WILLIS,
R. C. BARKLEY. J. H. ALBERS;
HUGH FERGUSON, - W.H.SMITH.
Captain J. M. CARSON, . A. B. JARVIS,
Major O. L. BUIST. R. S. BRUNS,
Hon. W. D. PORTER, JOHN CHADWICK,
E. D. ENSTON, J. H. DEVEREUX, - .
J. H. STEINMEYER, H. B. OLNEY, vi:
E. H. JACKSON, H.T. PEAKE,
ARCHB'LD OAMERON, Major 0. B. SIGWALD,
C. BART, ' H?n. T. Y. SIMONS,
Capt. F. W. DAWSON, JAMES DUNNING.
Dr. T. R. ALDRICH, JAS. ARMSTRONG, Jr.,
J an lor Managers.
T. S. SIGWALD, Chalnnan.
A. J. JAG ER, Secretary and Treasurer.
T. R. KEEGAN, H. L. CALDER,
J. DELES LA IN, GEO. MCNEIL,
J. W. STEVENS, M. HARRIS,
J. P. OAHILL, W. H. SIGWALD.
C. E. SUREAU, T. J. MELVIN,
C. E. STEINMEYER.
A. V. KANAPA?X. ?. H. STEINMEYER,
C. H. WESTENDORFF. .
i ." .. i' ?...-. ; rrr? .; n\u
J. J. O'NEILL, H. J.. O'NEILL,
A. H. MOWRY. ' '1'
>.. . . :: :/?:.?-..ma .
SAMUEL WRAGG. W. M. BRUNS!'
H. F. FABER. '
HOOK AND LADDER, NO.C..
H. C. CONKLIN, T. CASTLE,
C. H. T1FT.
T. J. LYONS, WALTER WEBB, Jr.,
. H. G. CARNIGHAN. .
... . . .. ,
T. J. LILIENTHAL, J. L,. HARBERS.
J. H. OETGEN. : > -
THOMAS CORCORAN, THOMAS MILLER, .
W. H. TOOMEY.
A. B. H A IG HT. W. E. ABRAMS.
?. F. LYNCH, M. O'MARA,
J.J. GUENVER. .
HOOK AND LADDER NO. 1.
J. H. LOEB, JOHN DOYLE,
. YOUNG AMERICA.
A. W. LEWIN, J.J. CALLAHAN,- "
. J. QUINN.
C. W. SEIGNIOUS, ' W. E. JENNINGS,
W. H. SCHIFFLEY.
Tickets can be purchased from either of the
Juulor Managers. novn
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC HALL,
COMMENCING SATURDAT EVENING, OCT. 1.
The assemblies will bc as follows : MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS from
4 to fl o'clock, and TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY NIGHTS from half-past 7 to 10.
Admission to Night Assemblies 50 cents; Chil?
dren 25 cents. Tickets in packages of twelve, $3.
Use of Skates, 25 cents.
Afternoon*Assemblies, Ladles and Children, In?
cluding use of Sates, 25 cents; Gentlemen, includ?
ing use of 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.
The Palmetto Mining and Manufacturing Com?
pany are now prepared to furnish to manufac?
turers PURE PHOSPHATE ROCK, from their
Mines on Ashley River.
THURSTON A HOLMES. Agents,
novZl-lmo Ad ger's North Wharf.
0. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, AND
' 50 tons No. 1 PURE PERUVIAN GUANO, from
the Chincha Islands.
60 tons Wh!teiock's Vegetator.
26 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, aa w*?
as from ships direct on arrival from t;ie Peruvian
Islands, PURE PERUVIAN GUANO, at the Gene?
ral Agent's price in New York, to wit: sixty
??.'lars, gold, on delivery. Every cargo will be
lnspec^t1 Bnd analyzed by Professor SHEPARD,
and satlfa^orP guarantees of its quality and
purity will ainu's be furnished when desired.
* GEO. W. WILLIAMS 4 CO.,
HISOLM & WH ALE Y
No. 39 BROAD STREET.
The undersigned have this day formr-l a copart?
nership for carrying on the Practice of Law, un?
der the firm name of CHISOLM A WHALEY.
R. CHISOLM, JR.
0ct24 W JAMES WHALEY.
TEEL CORN MILLS,
154 "CORN'S" INDIAN COBN MILLS,
from Birmingham, England,
At the following reduced prices In lets of six or
more, for cash or city acceptance:
No. 1. Na 3. - No. 6.
$3 00. So 60. $? 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. -
V EKTttKES FOB
BU R_K E A?LV-.SJI JLEE?fl, - JONCHES.
We haveopened this week-for retailing,- barrel*
. CBCrjMBEE P?OKLES \ ...
Soused Tripe and Pigs' f?eet- .
Lambs' Tongues, Sadr Kraut
-- Sounds and Tongues
Dutch Herring, Halibut Fina - ? ' -
New Hess and Na I Mackerel
Fulton Market Pickled Beef
Family Pig Pork .
Pickled Beef Tongues;
Our patrons sending for any of the above, will
piesse send vessels, otherwise they will be
wrapped In paper. : For shipping, we. nave then)
put up In kits and kegs.
SMOKED' M"E A T.S 0.- ' . I ,
. ! : . ? .. : ns ?...;*'
SMOKED BEEF TONGUES , , M
Smoked Beef - - ...*.v. -
Smoked salmon ? v r. j -
Sugar-cured Breakfast Strips
Sugar-cured Family Pig Hams
Codfish arid Herring' ;
.Ul selected with the utmost care as to'quality.
* EVERT E. BEDP?BD?, , (;'
BtTCCSSSOR TO ; ' .
WM. s. CORWLN A co.,
nov32 ? No. 275 King street.
HR 1ST MA S . C HE E BJ.
. Now Is the tune to lay in
SUPPLI?S FOR THE HOLIDAYS. .
. ... . - - , rf .:.?. K9> ?? ' - . ?
... . :: asi" H ; v. .
.. . Youcaa . . ... .....
.S' A V -B - M O'-'N -E- Y
By Dealing at
WILSON'S FAMILY GROCERY,
Southeast Corner Anson and. Society'sffeate..
TH AT... DOLL A R iii*-A
THAT DOLL 4 B TBA >h??2?
THAT DOLLAR TEA*. .
. Greeaand Bl?ck, $1 a pound. " - '*. ' '
At : " <. ' WILSON'S GROCERY.
COFFEE, ALL KINDS, GREEK W)ASL!
ED AND GROUND, "" "/ u
. - At ' WILSON'S (. RO?ERY.
COCOA, FARINA AND'CHOCOLATE,
ALL KINDS, .* . 3??
At WILSON'S GBOOERY.
t^INE WINES, LIQUORS".AND SYRUPS,
J At x . WILSON'S GROCERY.
'O UGARS RETAILED.. AT WHOLESALE"
O' PRICES,' "
At * WILSON'S GROCERY.
CANNED FRUITS, PRESERVES Ajj?
.;,?.. . . . , . SPICES, ? -
At! 4 WILSON'S GROCERY.'
fcOTTED MEATS . AND H?POE?EJ)
SAUCES. : ?
At -TT WILSON'S GROCERY.
ENGLISH, PICKLES,| FRENCH MUS?
TARD, ITALIAN OILS, r
At - ' . WILSON'S GROCERY.
SALMON, LOBSTERS, MACKEREL
AND HERRING, ,?.Vi . ??
At - WILSOX'SOBOCERY.
PEEK, FREAN 4 CO. 'S UNBJYALLED
ENGLISH BISCUITS, . .
At' WILSON'S GROCERY.
SMOKED HAMS TONGUES, SHOULD?
..At . .'.' .' WILSON'S GROOERY.'
A LMONDS, FIGS;. AND FRENCH
J\. -, PRUNES. . . .
At '. ' . WILSON'S GROCERY^
RAISINS, CURRANTS AND OiTBON,
At -. WILSON'S GROCERY.
CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER; LARD, BY
the tub, flrkih or tierce. " ' ?; .
At . WILSON'S GROCERY.
CHEESES-EDAM, PINEAPPLE, 'ENG?
LISH DAIRY; SAPSAGO, FACTORY, STIL
TIPN, IMITATION ENGLISH, Ac, Ac,, . li
At_ WILSON'S GROCERY.
.p RICES LOWER THAN THE .LOWEST
SAMPLES OF TEA SENT -CREE. '
4 ? ?? t ?<
Address Pos to m ce Bo ir 388, Charleston, S. C.
NO CHARGE FOR PACKING. . ,
Ail Goods DELIVERED FREE In anyparfof the
Remember the place,
Southeast Corner Anson and*SocIety streets,
Charleston, 8. C..
TH LOUR, SIDES, SHOULDERS, ; HAMS,
PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, Ac. .'
SE F F OB D 8 ": 4 ' CO..
Nos. 17 and 10 VENDUE RANGE; OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET. RATES: : .
500 bbls. Fresh Ground^FLOUB ... ,
25 linds. Choice Clear Rib Sides
20 hhds. Prime Smoked Shoulders di :
10 tierces Choice s. 0. Haras
10 tierces Pure Leaf Lard
26 bbls. Heavy City Mess Pork
20,000 pounds Prime Dry Salt Sides
10,000 pounds Dry Salt Denies
loo sac ks Rio Cooee
160 obis. Refined Sugars
loo cases-2 and 3 rh, Fresh Tomatoes,
76 cases Fresh Peaches ..
loo cases, l and 2'Jh,; Fresh Oysters.
octlT-tuthsemos - '
?J^-EW .YORK ELEPHANT BAGGING.
Rolla of the above Choice heavy BAGGING,
"Elegant" brand, constantly for sale by .
oct26-tnthslmo_MORDECAI A CO.
T> OT AT OES! POTATOES!
400 bbls. choice Eating POTATOES,' Goodrich's,
Jackson Whites, Ac.
For sale in lots to suit purchasers, by 1
RAYESEL A HOLMES,
novl5 _No. 177 East Bay.
JfOTATOES! POTATOES !
Now landing, ex brig Heslln, at Brown A Cot's
200 barrels JACKSON WHITE POTATOES, lu
.fine order, win be sold from wharf, ? in lots to snit
purchasers, at $3 per barrel, cash on delivery.
Apply to MO&ES GOLDSMITH A SON,
QOEN AND OATS.
10,000 bushels prime old CORN
3,000 bushels prime black and white Seed
and feeding Oats.
For sale by
nov? T. J. KERR A CO.
EATH 4 BICE
No. 9 BATNE STREET, CHARLESTON, X C.,
WHOLES ALI DB1X?B3 IN
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, CIGARS,
Have on hand, and are daily receiving, a large
and well selected stock of the above, winch they
offer on the most favorable terms; ' 1
We have still retained the services of MT. JOB
DAWSON, who will be pleased topee nia Wenda.
FLEMING'S WCRJ? CONFECTIONS.
They i -t purely vegetable, safe and sure, fha
beet in nae. For sale by Dr. fi. BA ER, Z?
No. Wi Meriting stredf :
ocU Wltoleaale Agent