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No. 149 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1870.
NXWS OF THE HAT.
-Gold at New York yesterday closed at
-At New York cotton dosed strong and active,
chiefly for export; sales 9600 bales at 16)?c. -
-The Liverpool cotton market closed active;
nplands J,Vd, Orleans 9*?d; sales 15,000 bales.
-Since ihe war began sa leides are said to have
ceased In Paris, and the morgue ls empty.
-Rnasla is said to be in the Held now for the
purchase of vessels and warlike stores in this
-The Census Bureau at Washington, having
got through thc bulk of its labor, the force or
clerks is to be reduced.
-Flesh-colored gloves are thc latest fashion.
The advantage Is that ata little distance no one
notices that you've got them on.
-A Chicago bootblack has made the trip to
San Francisco In forty-rive days, riding on tho
ears till put off, which was at every station. .
-It has been officially ascertained in Washing?
ton that the letter for the recall of Minister Mot?
ley ls new on i s way to England. Vntit lt shall
have been received by him, he will of course be
regarded as thc representative or this govern?
ment at the British Court.
-Chief Justice Chase, it is reported, has ex?
pressed thc determination not to resume his du?
ties on the bench of- the Snpreme Court Ja a -less
time than a year from now. He will take a vaca?
tion for rest and r?cup?ration. In order to effect a
perfect restoration of his healtk,
-The Washington 'correspondent bf the New
York Herald telegraphs ttat the "friends of Gen?
eral Sickles are tatting about "nins for tho English
mission, and that lt ts believed he would accept
a transfer from Madrid td London. In official
elides he ls regarded as the ablest man m the
diplomatic service. , ,
-The New York Stock Exchange has bought the
building In which it holds its sessions from the
building association which erected it, for $575,000,
while lt cost $825,000 to build. The building was
contracted for before the great advance in labor
and materials whloh followed the issue of paper
-One hundred and fifty Swiss Immigrants
passeefthrongh Lynchburg. Virginia, on Friday,
the 18th instant,"on the way to Water Talley,
Mississippi. It Is said that five thousand more
are ejected rrom Switzerland within the next
three mouths, all of whom design locating at
-In the counties surrounding Alexandria, Vir?
ginia, a great many Immigrants have lately
purchased land, and are making wonderful Im?
provements. Thc tide or immigration continues.
Among the persons who have lately purchased
land and settled In the vicinity are numbers from
Pennsylvania. New York, Eugland and Maryland.
-Tlie New York.Tribune ls reading its Chicado
namesake out of the Republican party, because of
Its advocacy of free trade principles. The specific
allegation is that it openly advocates an alliance
between the bolting KepubUcans and Democrats
in the next House, by whi-h the organization of
Congress shall pass to the opposition. S
-A Japanese pillow Ls a curiosity In Its way. It
la nothing but a rocker of a cradle, broad enough,
to statKl alone, with a seml-ctrcular depression,
on the upper side. The Japanese He at Tull length
- on the floor, place, not their head, but their neck
in the crescent-shaped hollow on the upper side of
the pillow, and rock themselves to sleep in a few
-Bishop Potter has forbidden thc celebration of
the holy communion as a private mass at St. Sac?
rament ^Mission, New York, when the priest ls
the' only communicant. Father Bradley has,
therefore, asked for the formation of a band of
tbjrty persons, one of whom sh.Hl commune with
him each day, as "the bishop of the diocese had
forbidden him to sacrifice to his d ear Lord a lone.' >
A dispatch from New York says that a pro-'
posed Informal conference of the revenue reform?
ers called to meet in that city next week,' and to
which Wm. Collah Bryant, General John A. Lo?
gan, David A. Wells, General Frank Blair* Horace
White, editor of the Chicago. Tribu ne, and Manton
Marble, of the World, were Invited, is likely to fall
through. General Logan has not usponded, and
some of those mentioned know nothing about lt.
-Agentleman Just arrived from "Little Kock
Arkansas, estimates that there are "now twenty-;
Ave thousand acres of good cotton standing lu
that imm?diate neighborhood, ready to t>e.picked,
but that, can not bc until midwinter o-ing to
the absolute impossibility of securing'labor. Thc
price offered ls a cent and a quarter to accent and
a half per pound for picking. A goo&ttfapd will
make from flPeen hundred to eishteeri*hftb'Tred>
pounds a week, and the best Held bandaged to
make considerably more than the maximum: ;
Thereare some Chinese there and in the adjacent
regions, and they arc much liked and very latins-'
-Tho eleven States that In 1831 declared I heir
secession from the Union, had in I860 a popula?
tion of 9,104,321. By the census of 1870 their ag?
gregate population is 10,010,557. This shows an
increase, notwlthstundl g the destruction of lire
caused by the war. The border states of Dele
ware Kentucky. Maryland and Missouri, which
had in I860 3,136,941 population, contain now ia
!S7<ran aggregate of 3,931,264 souls. The follow?
ing are the figur?s in detail: Alibama, 1S70.
1,902,000; I860, 964,200. Arkansas, 1870. 4S6,103;
i860, 435,450. Delaware. 1870.125.000; 1860,112,
?16. " Florida, 1870,189.905; 1860, 140 424. Gtorgla,
1870, 1,185,000;. I860, 1,057,286. Kentucky, 1870,
1,323,264; 1860,1,155.631. Louisiana, 1870, 71C,394;
1860, 708.002, Maryland, 1870, 780.000; 1860, 887,
029. Mississippi, 1870. 834.190; I860, 791,305. Mis?
souri, 1870, 1,701,00"?; 1330. 1,182,012. North Caro?
lina, 1870,1,072,000; i860. 902,622. South * arbUna,
1870. 716.000; I860, 703.708. Tennesse ?. 1870 1 2Ss -
326; 1822.214.171.1241. Texas. 1870. 850.000; 1800, 094,.
315. Virginia, 1870, L209.307. West Virginia'
1870, 447^043; tor both, Mao, 1,696,318. Aggregate
ono, lt,ml3?^m^0^O1X increase, 1870,
-General Aurelles de Palladlnes, the victor of
Orleans, ls now In the fifty-third year or his age.
The major portion of his hfe has been spent In
the service of his country. His conduct In Al?
geria, twenty-five years ago, received high praise
even from Cavalgnac. When approached by the
agents of Louis Napoleon, when thc latter con?
templated his coup d'etat, Palladines resisted all
I their e 'orts to draw him into their plans. While
other talented young officers allied themselves to
the fortunes of the Imperial adventurer lie re?
mained true to his Republican faith. For this he
was afterwards distrusted by the government,
and while officers of Inferior ability and who
had seen less service were entrusted with
marshal's batons, Talladines could not rise
above a simple brigadiers!)lp. This was his
rank when the empire went under at Se?
dan. France had suffered a series of the
most humiliating defeats, and Palladinea was
still the inferior of many of the corrupt and in?
competent generals who owed their stripes to
their devoi lon to the person of the Emperor.
Casting about ror leadets to command Its embryo
armies, Palladlnes was selected by the republic as
one in whom reliance could be placed. He was
entrusted with an Important command, and bas
already demonstrated his patriotism and ability
to handle large bodies of troops, qualities which
the Imperial marshals have failed to exhibit. His
victory at Orleans has Infused life and courage In?
to thc drooping heart of the French nation.
Mr. Arthur J. Mundella, a member from
Sheffield in the British House of Commons,
delivered a lecture to the workingmen of
New York, prior to his departure for home,
which has attracted no small attention, and
should be in the possession of every thought?
ful laborer in the land. Only a short time
before, a lecture on a kindred subject was
delivered to a similar audience by Mr. Tom
Hughes, M. P., a man who, as the New
I York Tribune declares, is, by education and
impulse, in sympathy with workingmen.
But as Mr. Hughes was in no sense unjust
to the employer, so Mr. Mundella, who is a
large manufacturer, "betrayed in his every
word the earnest purpose with which he has
worked for the elevation, the happiness, and
the welfare of the laboring classes of his
country. And it is worthy of remark that
both gentlemen, from opposite pointa of
view, unite >n making the same declarations
of the superiority to our own of the Eng?
lish system of Trades' Unions, and in ten?
dering the same advice regarding co-opera?
tion and arbitration to the manufacturers
and artisans of the country.
The lecture of Mr. Mundella was devoted
mainly to an account of the various admin?
istrative reforms in England which have
been or are being effected nader the liberal
regime, but, what was most interesting c4
all, was his account of the Councils of
Arbitration and Conciliation established,
through his exertions, in Nottingham, where
he is a large employer of labor. When these
councils were formed the,trade of Notting?
ham wa3 nearly ruined by incessant strikes,
and the bitterest hates raged between the
Trades' Unions and the capitalists. Since
their establishment there has not been a
singlo strike or a day's labor lost in any
trade which has adopted them. The hosiery
trade began them ; the lace trade then fol?
lowed its example, and the system then
spread to other towns, and is spreading all
over the, country, even to the great iron dis?
tricts. Nothing can be simpler than the
machinery. Seven delegates from the
Trades' Uuion3 meet seven delegates from
the employers once in three months or often?
er, arid sit round a table in a private room,
and talk over their differences and common
interests. If thoy cannot come to an agree?
ment-and, in Mr. Mundella's experience,
this bas only happened once-they call in an
umpire. Everybody is satisfied, and, as the
2i'ation remarks', "this one little simple de
"Yice ha3 probably done more for the spread
'.of Christian feeliug, and the promotion of
'.'real civilization, and the security of prop
"ertv, than thc legislation of the half cen
Both Mr. Maudella and Mr. Hughes tell
the workingmen of America that they are
on the wrong lack iu attempting "to right
"the wrong relations of capital to labor"
by proscribing workingmen who refuse to
join thc Unions, by limiting Hie number of
apprentices, by demanding au ei<rht-hour
law, and the like. Upon this subject, and
that of the Courts ot Arbitral ion, we make
some extracts from Mr. Aluudella's lecture,
commending his earnest and uuseliish words
to the careful attention of the workingmen
of tho South. The Labor Question is the
great question of the future, and both em?
ployers- add employed require all the light
'which exparience anil study can give, thai,
they may see their way to its just and har?
A Monument to General Lee.
The: g?nerons ladie? of Richmond, who
werearriong the first to establish an associa?
tion for keeping green the memory of the
dead soldiers of the South, have now fitly
undertaken the pious care of erecting a
monument in Richmond os a lasting memo?
rial of the Great Captain of the Armies of
the Confederacy. For this noble and sacred
purpose, a collection wilt be taken up on
Sunday next in every church in the South,
as iD is believed that this is the only way in
which a voluntary and simultaneous otter?
ing can be made to him whom wo love in
dealh, as in life, with a clinging afi'ectiou
which will only pass away when Cliristiau
virtue and knightly houor are forgotten hy
this Southern people.
To the appeal of the ladies of Richmond
we can add nothing, unless it be to express
tho conlident hope that Soulh Corolina will
worthily do her part in honoring him who
led so many of her children to the grim front
of.war. This, at least, we owe to the fame
and name of the Palmetto Stale.
A Radical paper says that Judge J. J.
Wright lins definitely announced that he
will be a candidate for re-election to the
About three months ago, or early iu the
Reform canvass, Judge Wright told a
Charleston lawyer, as we are informed, that
he felt how wholly unfitted he was for the
high position which be bald, and that he
only became a candidate because it was a
choice between himself and Whipper, and,
in his own opinion, he (Wright) was the
Judge Wright is a negro, and, if no other
qualification be necessary for an election to
the Supreme B?nch, he should receive, upon
the first ballot, the vote of every Radical in
the General Assembly.
Death of the Mon, F. D. Rlcharclion.
By a letter from ex-Governor Manning to
oui fellow-citizen, Colonel Jobn^ E. Carew,
the sad intelligence reached the city yester?
day morning of the death of Judge F. D.
Richardson, which took place at the house
of Governor Manning, ia Clarendon, on
Sunday evening, the 20th instant.
The-son of a distinguished father, the
Hon. John S. Richardson-for many years
one of the Associate Judge3 of the State
Judge Richardson, after fiuishing his acade?
mic course at the Charleston College, and
going through the liberal curriculum of study
in the office of the late lamented Henry
Bailey, was admitted to the practice of the
law, and, though quite a youth, soon made
his way to distinction in his profession.
He filled many important positions of trust
and responsibility; was for many years a
leading member of the Legislature, and,
after the war, upon the reorganization of
the judicial system, was elected a Judge
of the District Court for the District of
We will not attempt an extended notice of
the life and services of this distinguished
gentleman at this time, us we doubt not it
will be made at a future period in a manner
worthy of the rare gifts and brilliant quali?
ties for which he was so universally ad?
Judge Richardson was a native of Sum?
ter District, though he resided for many
years in Charleston, in the practice of his
profession, and was at the time of his death
in his 53d year.
THE Columbia Phoenix gives an account
of the condition of affairs in the State Lu?
natic Asylum tallying with tho statements
made by our Columbia correspondent The
Phoenix calls upon Dr. Ensor to protest
against the tyrannical conduct of the negro
Harris, who is head-attendant, secretary
and treasurer, and urges Governor Scott to
exert his authority to protect the unfortu?
nate inmates of the Asylum from the cold?
water douse, chain and padlock, and other,
EDGAR'S STRUGGLE. A STORT OF TEMPTATION.
McCarthy A Ellyson, Richmond, Ya. 1870.
This little work, an excellent one lor Sun?
day-school scholars, ls written, illustrated and
published by Richmond men, and ls au en?
couraging evidence of Southern taste and
skill. The publishers of Edgar's Struggle have
other works in press, and it ls their intention
to get them up as well and as cheaply as can
be done anywhere in the country.
ELEMENTS OF ASTROXOMT. By J. Norman
Lockyer. F. R. A. S. American h dillon.
New York: D. Appleton & Co. 1370.
The author believes, and rightly, that these
elementary lessons in Astronomy, although In'
tended lu the main for use In schools, will be
found useful to'.children of a larger growth"
who wish to keep np with the latest discoveries
in one ol the most fascinating of the sciences.
It ls Intended by Professor Lockyer to give a
connected view of the whole subject, rather
than to discuss any particular parts ot lt, and
to supply facts and ideas which may serve as
a basis for subsequent study and discussion.
Spectrum-analysis and Its results are fully
dealt with,.and the American editor, besides
extending the practical directions lor finding
Interesting objects lu the heavens on different
evenings throughout tho year, has appended
celestial charts taken from Arago's Popular
Astronomy. We cordially recommend Lock?
yers Elements of Astronomy to the favorable
consideration of schools and.the public.
' For sale by John Russell, King street.
WITH FATE AGAINST HIM. By Amanda M.
Douglas, author of In Trust, Claudia, <?c.
New~York: Sheldon & Co. 1970.
This novel ls sufficiently stirring without
being sensational, and has for its apparent
purpose the developement of the idea that
when a mau has learned ''the grand secret of
"life, and comprehends Its sacred duties, labor
"ls ennobled In his eyes for all time." The
hero, Victor Hurst, a model of "manly beauty,"
serves his time In a factory, where grime dust
and coarse companions fill him with supreme
disgust. His gcueral priggishness causes kim
to he handsomely detested by lils fellow-work?
men, and the "lurking demon" In his soul
prompts him to drop the shop, and carve out a
new career In company with an Itinerant
violinist, in comparison with whom Paganini
must hare been a musical dunce. The sudden
illness of Victor's father, a worthy clergymen,
upsets this pretty plan, and the young Apollo
-loathing his work the while, as one ol na?
ture's noblemen should-hammer:; and liles
until an unsuccessful strike, In which he ls a
leader, throws him out of employment, and
bars against him the opening factory doors.
By degrees he convinces himself that ho can?
not become a great painter, but a distant con?
nection of his mother turns up in the nick of
time, and his arrest for a murder of which, of
course, he Is Innocent, brings to light the fact
that be is not thc SOD of John Hurst, but of
one Kirke GilHatt, the 1 ist of a proud, exclu?
sive family, which had never been lacking "in
"grace, refinement or beauty." This Kirke
Gilllalt, In spite of his blue blood, is a precious
rascal, and Victor, scorning to accept rank
and wealth, (now that one is rightfully his
own, and the other is supplied by the distant
connection aforesaid,) marries the sweet
young patrician whom he loves, comprehends
the .nobility of labor, and lays out for himself
a plan of life in which are "towns to build,
"prosperity to evolve, human lives to watch,
"human souls to feed." This, it seems to us,
destroys the didactical value of the whole
story. Victor^ as long as he ls poor aid hum?
ble in station, ls fretful, moody, selfish and un?
grateful. Purification of spirit, and elevation
of purpose, do not come to him as the crown
of his sorrows and the fruit of lils wrestling
with self. The accidents of birth and relation?
ship give him what, to be consistent, should
have come from lils own nature, victorious
and triumphant, though fate was against him.
Aud we undertake to say that a man of lils
temper-leaving Kirke Gillian and the distant
connection out ol Bight-would have gone
rapidly to the bad. and cuded his career in a
jail ora mad-house. The story, however, as
wo remarked at the outset, is lively and agree?
able, and the different characters, If only out?
lines, are carefully and pleasantly drawn.
Miss Douglas never writes repulsively, and,
without pretending to any striking novelty of
thought or plot, is usually fresh and attrac?
Our copy of "With Fate Against Him" comes
from Lippincott & Co., of Philadelphia,
through Mr. John Russell, of King street, In
gOUTHERN DYE HOUSE.
Anew FRENCH DYE HO CSE has been opened
at No. 369 King street, where DYEING tn ail col?
ors, and Cleaning of all kinds is done at the
shortest notice and in the best style.
BLASOOW, BILLER A CO.,
No. 869 King street, near corner George street
TTTANTED, Ali BXPERpNOED FE?
TT MALE Cook. German preferred: Inquire
at No. 08 Hasel street. S "- nov?3-2?
WANTED, TO HIRE FOR SIX MONTHS
or a year, adeslrnhle Residence-preferring
to have the same furnished or partly furnished,
with locillty on or near the Battery, ornear Rut?
ledge street. Address communications to Box A,
NEWS "ince. nov23
WANTED, A MAN, TO DO HO?SE
WORK and attend or. Invalid gentleman.
Good recommendations required. Apply at No.
13 King street._nuv23-l?
WANTED, A COOK AND GIRL TO
assist with children. Must come 'Yell
recommended. Wages promptly paid. Apply at
No. 303 King street._nov2d-i*
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN, TO
do the cooking and washing for a small
family of three. Apply at No. 23 Legare street.
WANTED, A WHITE FEMALE SER
VANT to cook and wash. Apply at No. 98
St. Phillp street._no vi 5
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, to whom
salary would bc no object, desires to obtain em?
ployment as a governess, lady's companion or
housekeeper, either In the city or country. An
Interview or any rurther Information may be had
by ad' reusing P, DAILY NEWS ofllce. ort28
IE YOU WANT A GOOD SEWING
Machine, and a cheap one, go to LUNS
FORD'S, m Queen street, and you will find lt.
^ost ano JTonno.
LOST OR STOLEN FROM MY PREM?
IRES, corner of Calhoun and Rutledge
streets, on the afternoon of the 21at, a liver-col?
ored SETTER BITCH; answers to the name of
Zappho. A reward will be paid If delivered at the
above-named place, or at No. 52 Broad street.
STRAYED F H OM No. 86 TR ADD
rtreet, On the loth Instant, a RED COW, with
phort tall and a dent on her ramp. She had a
leather strap around her neck. A reward will be
paid for her recovery. MART A tl RH NS.
FOR SALE, A BUGGY MARE, SOUND,
well broken and fast. Apply at No. 37
Payne street._ nov23-l?
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.-THE SUB?
SCRIBER, desiring to remove to the West,
offers for sale, for cash, his REAL ESTATE In the
Village of Ktnstree, S. C., Northeastern Railroad,
consisting or one STORE-HOUSE AND LOT, on
Main street, nearly opposite the Courthouse, and
one of the best stands in the place for business.
Also his DWELLING-UOUSE AND LOT, con?
taining one square acre, situated on Academy
street. The Dwelling ls in thorough order, and
contains four rooms, with kitchen, Garden, fine
well of water, Ac, attached. Any one wishing to
engage In the merchantlle business, or to pur?
chase a gosd Residence, will find tnis a rare op
port un Itv. For further particulars, apply to WM.
J. LEE, Klngstrce, S. C._nov23-ws4?
FOR SALE, A No: 1 WHEELER <fc
WILSON'S SEWING MACHINE. In Cabinet
Case-cheap. Apply at J. L. LUNSFORD'S, No. 27
FOR SALE, ONE SECOND HAND MC?
CARTHY GIN, "Wm. S. Henerey'smake,"
lu good order. J AM RS R. PRINGLE A SON, No.
6 North Adger's Wharf._nov231
PRIME MULES AND HORSES FOR
SALE LOW.-Just received, some CHOICE
MOLES, and a few good Saddle and Harness
HORSES, and three prime Ponies. All or which
will be sold below the market value. Aoply to H.
ARNOLD. No. 219 Meeting street, corner John.
pi .OT.? KCl EN'S, No. 339 KING STREET,
VJT if von want to see beautiful Havana and
Florida ORANGES, very sweet and large ones
about oooo on hand and for sale very cheap.
Also, very fine ripe BAN \NAS, and a very large
I assortment of Nuts, all new._nov21-2*
FOR SALE, ABOUT TWO HUNDRED
Empty Barrels, at KLIEN'S FRUIT STORE,
No. 339 Klug street._nov22-2?
HOOK AND LADDER-TRUCK FOR
SALE.-Six LAD DE KS and full comple?
ment of Hooks, Axes, Lanterns, Ac, In perfect
order, and gooda? new: will be i.old cheap. Ap
plv to M. II. NATHAN, Chief or Fire Department,
Charleston. S. C._novio-lmo
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
$450 Will buy 1 Six Horse 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 varions makers, which I
win dispose of very cheap. Call and examine at
No. 27 Queen street. J. LUNSFORD.
QI A RAA ...EOR SALE, A LONG
W~iO\J\J? ESTABLISHED BUSI?
NESS. (Retail.) paying a net prout of $2500 per an?
num. Ample time given a purchaser to learn the
business. This is a rare chance for au active man
io secure a permanent income. Business done
wholly for cash. Persons having the "stamps"
and meaning business may address "$2500 in?
come," Box V, DAILY NEWS Office, giving real
FOR SALE, TUREE FARMS, TWO
miles from the Port Royal Railroad, in
the Whippy Swamp neighborhood. One Farm
contains 375 acres, one 33j acres, and' one loo
acres. Each Farm contains one hundred acres
good planting land, with two or three comfort
able cabins on each: also well timbered, good
range for cattle and hogs: and perfectly healthy
al. the seasons. For particulars apply to K. D.
H., Barnwell Village mnvio
TOBEN T y A LARGE ROOM WITH
dressing room, in ccntrul purl of the city.
Apply at No. Ol Wentworth street. nov23 1?
TO RENT, A DWELLING HOUSE AND
STORE, corner Queen and Franklin streets.
Apply on the premises, or to J. M. MULVANEY.
TO RENT, THREE PLEASANT ROOMS,
with kitchen accommodation. Apply at this
TO RENT,. A COMFORTABLE TWO
and-ahalf Story House, No. 4 Mary street.
Apply at the southwest corner of Church and
Cnaliners streets. nov22
FOR RENT OR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE In Orangeburg District, situated
on Lyons Creek, three and a half miles from the
aouui Carolina Railroad. The tract contains
??MO acres, soil rich red clay, adapted to cotton,
corn, wheat, root crops ana clover.
A splendid range for cattle; sunny hillsides for
vineyards, and low lauds for meadows. Lyous
Creek, a large, never-falling stream runs through
the estate, and furnishes one of the finest water
powers in the State.
A most valuable iron ore has been discovered
recently on the place
The estate has on lt all the necessary farm
buildings, negro honses, barns, stables, giu
houses and small dwelling, lt has been In con?
stant cultivation since the w..r, and the splendid
growing crop wouid give entire satisfaction.
lt ls offered for rent or sale, on reasonable
Address Mrs. L M. KEITT,
Society Hill. Darlington District, S. C.
Or R, IL MARSHALL A BRO., No. 33 Broad
igT. PETER'S SCHOOL (COLORED.)
Admitted-Catholic children, or to be raised as
Tuition-Lower Clashes.' 20c; Higher Classes,
40c, every two weeks In advance.
Teacher-Miss M. DELETIRG.
NIGHT SCHOOL. AT 7 P. M.
Admitted-Voung men of any creed. *
Tuition-50c. every two weeKS In advance.
Teacher-Mr. E. FOKNS.
FRENCH CLASS, H ALF-PAST 3 P. M.
Admitted-Voung ladles of any creed.
Tuition-For members of our Day School, 25c;
for others, 40c, every two weeks in advance.
Teacher-Miss M. DELETTRE.
A. M. FOLCHI,
nov23-l2 Pastor St. Peter's Church. Principal.
ENGLISH AND GERMAN SCHOOL, No.
82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercises of
this institution embrace aU the branches necessary I
for a good English and Commercial education.
The hours from 3 to 5 o'clock P. M. are devoted
w> German lessons, viz: Grammar, Speaking.
Writing aud Reading. Lessons In Drawing and
Moulding every Saturday morning. The Night
School from 7 to 9 o'clock, for exercises of Arith?
metic, Reading, Spelling and Writing, and Orna?
mental and Mechanical Drawing for adults.
The Academy is under my special superinten?
dence, with che assistance of Mi. J. MCDONALD,
Miss J. H. ANGEL, Miss LEONHARDT, Miss J.
Vocal Music by Professor F. BERC&HAN.
- O. EL BERGMANN,
?TT GEORGE? S?CIETY^THE ?MEM
;BERS of this-Society will hold a Regular
sting THIS DAT, at their room?. No. 54Broad
street, at 1 P. M..' , .- C. E. WALKER,*
novo _i secretary.
CHARLESTON RIFLEMEN CLUB.
You are hereby summoned to attend an Ex?
tra Meeting of your Club, THIS (Wednesday) EVE
KINO, at 7 o'clock precisely. A full and punctual
attendance ls requested.
nov23 _H. D. BICAISE. Secretary.
PALMETTO LODGE, No. 1, KNIGHTS
OF PYTHIAS.-Regular Meeting of tills
Lodge To-Niorrr, at half-past 7 O'CIOCK. Candi?
dates for the Degrees of Page, Esquire and
Knfght will be punctual.
By order of the Worthy Chancellor.
nov2S_J. IL KENDALL, W. R. S.
ST. ANDREW'S LODGE, No. 10, A. F.
M.-An Rztra Communication of this Lodge
will be held THIS EVENINGS at Masonic Hall at 7
o'clock. By order W. M.
nov23 L. P. SPEISSEGGER, Jr., Secretary.
IO. O. F- SOUTH CAROLINA LODGE
. No. 1-A Regular Weekly Meeting of this
Lodge will take place THIS EVEMHO, at Odd Fel?
lows' Hall, at 7 o'clock. All the members of the
Lodge are requested ; cmttend, as business of im?
portance will be transacted. By order of N. G.
ROB FRT JAMES,
2I7TNA STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
/TJ PANY.-An Extra Meeting of the Com?
pany will be held at the Hall, Queen street, THIS
(Wednesday) EVKNING, 23d Instant, at half-past 7
o'clock. A mil attendance of members ls desired.
By order of President WILLIS.
nov23 J. McLMSH, Secretary.
CAROLINA RIFLE CLUB.-ASSEMBLE
for Target Exercise on THTRSDAY MORNING,
24th Instant, at half-past io o'clock, at the cornel
of Line and Meeting streets.
Conveyance will be furnished to the Schoteen
Firing will commence ?t half-past ll o'clock.
Refreshments on the ground.
By order of the Presiden'.
THOMAS FROST, Jr..
nov23-2 _Secretary and Treasurer.
THE OWNERS OF FARMS ON.
Charleston Neck, within the city limits, an
requested to meet on SATURDAY, November 26, ai
12 o'clock, on the Washington Race Course, tc
take such action as may be necessary to bring be?
fore the Courts the claim of the City to tax lanai
and utensils employed in agriculture.
A. H. ROSE.
JOHN F. STRECKFCSS.
nov23-2* 01TO SCHMETZER.
Drrj ?oocs, SZt.
No. 363 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S . C
IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC !
Mr. ARCHER has returned from New York, pe:
Steamship Georgia, and will receive per aaid sblj
and Manhattan, upwards of
FIFTY CASES ASSORTED MERCHANDISE
Comprising everything In the
NOTION AND FANCY LINE,
all of which I will offer to my numerous custom
era, In a few days, at about
FIFTY PER CENT. BELOW REGULAR PRICES
My tried experience and position m the mar
kots as a CASU bayer, gives me superior ad van
tages over those holding old stocks bought oi
nnv21-mwI3 No. 363 King street.
URCHGOTT, BENEDICT <fc CO.,
NO. 244 KINO STREET.
Largest, best and finest selection In town
1 case or Une DRESS GOODS ut 20c., worth 3?c
1 case of Plain Poplins, our own Importation
only 25c, worth 37>ic.
1 case of German Plaids, or ail shades, only 40c.
l case or % Black and Walto Poplin only 25c.
l case or Empress Cloths, In all colors, only 65c.
celebrated Lenos make.
A large stock or thc celebrated "Elephant" Al
pacas, at very low figures.
All colors 10 Twilled Merinos, 4-4, at 35 to90c.
25 piece- Iiis'i Silk Poplins M ft, worth $1 50.
A grand selection or Albanare Striped, Plain am
Hoppe i Silk Poplins, at reasonable prices.
10 preces or Heavy mack Mik at $2, worth $250
Also, a One selection of Colored Silks, Colore*
and liluck Velvetlnes und Velvets.
A full assortment of the latest Btylcs Derbi
.p-URCnGOTT, BENEDICT <fc CO..
No. 244 KING STREET.
1 case Black and White Large SHAWLS, onlj
$2 26. worth $3.
1 case B ack and White Double Shawls, onlj
$4 25, worth $5.
1 case Men's Travelling Shawls, only $5, wortl
A full selection of other Shawls from 76c. to $ic
3 cases or good quality Balmoral Skirts, only $1
A full assort meut of intest style Clonk*, oet.it
jp URCHGOTT, BENEDICT Jk CO.,
No. 214 KING STREET.
A supply of the Finest French, Belgian, Germai
English and Domestic CLOTHS.
Beaver*. Doeskins, Broad Cloths, Velvetlnes
Diagonal's, Meltons, Cheviots, Corduroy, Cassi
Ladles' Cloaking-prices guaranteed to give ful
l case of' double width English Waterproo
Cloih. only $1, worth $150. Call in time to se
cure lt. oct3l
*PURCHGOTT, BENEDICT 4 CO.,
NO. 244 KING STREET.
lease OPERA FLANNELS, only 46 and 60c
Red and White Flannels, froml26c. up.
loo pair White Blankets, 10 4. at $3 60, worth $5
loo ?air White Blankets, 10-4, Extra, at $6, wort!
Our Blanket stock being very large, am
bought direct from thc factory, It will be for thi
benefit of those In want of Blankets to give us tin
JflURCHGOTT, BENEDICT <fc CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
A rull assortment of Reeker's SHOPPERS
Wax A Son's Bal Origans, sold at Importing prices
loo dozen of the celebrated '-Vldette'' Kit'
Gloves at $1, quality warranted.
The only place to^jet the celebrated Frencl
make of Coupe Jouvln and Alexander Derrent KU
Gloves-Ot and quality guaranteed.
A full Hue of Trimming and Sash Ribbons; Plain
Striped and Plaid always ou hand.
25 cartoons ol B|ack and Colored Velvet Rib'
bons, at prices to defy competition.
A full assortment of FURa on hand. oct3I
|^URCHGOTT, BENEDICT <fc CO.,
No. 241 KING STREET.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS
60 rolls of two and three-ply CARPETS will bi
sold 20 per cent, below their value.
Rugs, Mats, OH Cloths-large variety. octsi
HISOLM & WHALEY
No. 39 BROAD STREET.
The undersigned have this day formed a copart?
nership for carrying, on the Practice of Law, un
der the finn name of CH1SOLM A WHALEY.
B. CHISOLM, JR
ootat w JAMES WHALEY.
Lessee. .i:......... .LAURA KEENEV?
Third appearance of Mlle. MARIETTA RAVEL.
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, A GREAT BILL.
J. Fennlmore Cooper's famous novel, dramatised
expressly for Mlle. BAVEL,
THE- WEPT OF THE WISH-TON-WISH.
First appearance-of THE RAVEL on the Tight
Rope without the aid of a Balance Pole.
Concluding with A FARCE.
THURSDAY-THE FRENCH SPY.
XkT Seats secured at the Box Offlce during the
day. . _ HQV22-1
rpHE FIRST GRAND ANNUAL BALL
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
HALL OF THE ACADEMY OF MTJSIG,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER T,
UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE FOLLOW
INO COMPANIES :
Pioneer Steam Fire Company of Asmen.
Eagle Steam Fire Company.
Vigilant Fire ?ompany.
Phoenix Steam Fire Company.
Charleston Hook and Ladder Company, No. 3.
.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. AIM AR, Second Assistant Chief.
F. L. O'NEILL, Third Assistant Chier.
B. M. STROBEL, Clerk or Board.
A. T. SMYTHE, W. R. MCINTOSH,
L. D. MOWRY. Captain W. A. KELLY,
J. 0. LACOSTE, Major E. WILLIS,
R. C. BARKLEY, J. H. ALREK3,
H?OH FERGUSON, W. H. SMITH.
Captain J. M. CARSON, A. B. JARVIS,
Major G. L. BUIST. R..S. BRUNS,
Hon. W. D. PORTER, JOHN. (JUAD WICK, ,
E. D. ENSTON. J. H. DEVEREUX,
J. H. STEINMEYER, H. B. OLNEY,
E. H. JACKSON, H. T. PEAKE,
A RCHB'LD CAMERON, Major 0. B. SIG WALD,
C. BART. Hon. T. Y. SIMONS,
Capt. F. W. DAWSON, JAMES DUNNING,
Dr. T. R. ALDRICH, JAS. ARMSTRONG, Jr.,
T. S. SIG WALD, Chairman.
A. J. JAGER, Secretary and Treasnrer.
T. R. KEEGAN, H. L. CALDER,
J. DELES LAIN, . GEO. MCNEIL,
J. W. STEVENS, M. HARRIS,
J. P. CAHILL, W. H. SIOWALD.
C. E. SUREAU, T. J. MELVIN,
C. E. STEINMEYER.
A. V. KANAPAUX. J. H. STEINMEYER,
C. H. WESTENDORFF.
il. J. O'NEILL, " H. J. O'NEILL,
A. H. MOWRY.
SAMUEL WRAGG. W. M. BRUNS.
H. F. FARER.
HOOK ANO LADDER, NO. 2.
H. C. CONKLIN, T. 0. ASTLE,
C. H. TI FT.
T. J. LYONS, WALTER WEBB, Jr.,
H. G. CARNIGHAN.
T. J. LILIENTHAL, J. L. HARBERS.
J. H. OETGEN.
THOMAS CORCORAN. THOMAS MILLER,
W. H. TUOHEY.
A. B. HAIG UT. W. E. ABRAMS.
CF. LYNCH, M. O'MARA,
J. J. GURNVEB.
- HOOK AND LADDER NO. 1.
J. H. LOEB, JOHN DOYLE,
A. W. LEWTN, J. J. CALLAHAN,
C. W. SEIGNIOUS, W. E. JENNINGS,
W. H. SOHIFFLEY.
Tickets can be purchased from either of the
Junior Managers. novii
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC HALL,
COMMENCING SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 1.
The assemblies will be as follows : MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS from
4 to 0 o'clock, and TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY NIGHTS from hair-past ? to 10.
Admission to Night Assemblies 60 cents; Chil?
dren 25 cents. Tickets lu packages of twelve, $3.
U*e of Skates, 'Jo cents.
Afternoon Assemblies. Ladles ana Children, In?
cluding use of Sates, 25 cents; Gentlemen, Includ?
ing use of skates, so cents. ?
Season tickets of admission (good for all assem?
blies during three months) for gentlemen $5; for
ladies $3; for gentlemen and lady $7 50.
MESSRS. PAULB. LAL^NEAND^TR
LAROUSSE Ll ERE have this day entered
luto a Copar ner.-hlp tor the purpose of conduct?
ing a GENERAL AUC ION AND COMMISSION
BUSINESS, at No. 171 East Bay, under the firm
name of PAUL B. LALANE A . 0.
Consignments solicited, for which liberal ad?
vances will be made.
REPERSN'CES -Uart A Co., Mo Loy A Rice, Leng
nlck, Sell A Foster, John Commins, J. F. Roberts,
Assistant Cashier People's National Baak.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.-THE UN
\J DEKSIGNED have this day formed a Copart?
nership, for the purpose of conducting a Commis?
sion and Factorage Business In Lumber and Tim-'
ber, tn the City of Charleston, S. 0. Offlce and
pond weat end or Beaufaln street. Liberal ad?
vances made on Consignments when in hand.
October 25. 1370. M ALLON EE A KE ITT.
J. C. MALLONKE.G. D. KEITT
The Palmetto Mining and Manufacturing Com?
pany are now prepared to furnish to manufac?
turers PURE PHOSPHATE ROCK, irom their
Mines on Ashley River.
. THURSTON A HOLMES. Agents,
nov2l-lmo Adger's North Wharf.
0. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, AND
50 tons No. 1 PURE PERUVIAN GUANO, from
the Chincha Islands.
60 lons Wheelock's Vegetator.
25 tons Dissolved Bone.
Fur sale by T. J. KERR k CO.
AGENCY FOR THE PERUVIAN
The subscribers having been appointed Local
Agents for the sale ot PERUVIAN GUANO, would
respectfully informed manufacturers and dealers
that they will deliver from warehouses, as well
as from ships direct on arriv?t rrom the Peruvian
islands, PURE PERUVIAN GUANO, at the Gene?
ral Agent's price iu New York, to wit: Sixty
dollars, gold, on delivery. Every cargo will be
inspected and analyzed by Professor SHEPARD,
and satifactorj guarantees of its quality and
purity will always be furnished when desired.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
Bicarbonate of Soda
Cream of Tartar
For aale, wholesalerand retain by
Dr. H. RAER,
IM Nc lat Meeting street.
<&tvttr\t%, tinner*, $ft.
ft 260farrels JACKSOWWHITES
v loo barrels Caaadtf Reds. .
Landing ex-brig Htaam Abler, and for aale low.
KINSMAN A HOWELL,
nov23-l_ No. 128 Eaat Bay.
Tj ir rv w" ^ AK? cn ?; &:
100 rolls of thia popular brand, weighing i M
pounds per yard. Landing and In Store at low?
est market prices. KINSMAN A HOWELL,
nov22-l_. No. 128 East Bay.
13RIME MILLING' CORN.
1200 bushels choice old Mining CORN, landing
ls day, for sale by
nov2S-l JOHN CAMPS EN A CO.
HE GOOD THINGS
BREAKFAST, 8UPPERS, LUNCHES.
We bave opened tai? week for retailing, barrels
and kegs of
Soused Tripe and Pigs'Peet . ^
Lambs'Tongues, Saur Knot
Sounds and Tongue?
Dutch Herring, Halibut Pins
New Meas and No. 1 Mackerel'
Fulton Market Pickled Beef
Family Pig Pork
Pickled Beef Tongues.
Our patrons sending for any of the above, ?Ol
please send vessels, otherwise they will be
wrapped in paper. For shipping, we have them
put np lu kits and kegs.
SMOKED MEATS, ?0. ..
SMOKED BEEF TONQUES
Sagar-oured Breakfast .Strips
Sugar-cured Family Pig Hams
Codfish and Herrlag
All selected with the utmost ?are a? to qaalKy.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
WM. S. CORWIN 4 OX)!,.
nov22 No. 276 King street.
H R I S T M A S C HE E Bl
Now ls the time to lay In "
SUPPLIES FOR THE HOLIDAY^.
SA VE MONEY.
By Dealing at
WILSON'S FAMILY GROCERY, J*
Southeast Corner Anson and Society streets.
THAT DOLLAR TEA
THAT DOLLAR TEA
THAT DOLLAR TEA.
Groen and Black, $1 a pound..
COFFEE. ALL KINDS. GREEN, BOAST?
ED AND GROUND,
At . WILSON'S GROCERY.
COCOA, FARINA AND CHOCOLATE,
ALL KINDS, . ? . .?
At WILSON'S GROCERY.
T7UNE WINES, LIQUORS AND SYRUPS,
J? At WILSON'S GROCERY.
?GARS RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
At . WILSON'S GROCERY.
CANNED FRUITS, PRESEBYES .AND
POTTED MEATS AND IMPORTED
At WILS' N'S GROCERY.
ENGLISH, PICKLES, FRENCH.MUS?
TARD, ITALIAN OILS,
At_ WILSON'S GROCERY.
SALMON, LOBSTERS, MACKEREL
.. . AND HE BRING,
PEEK, FREAN & CO.'S UNRIVALLED
At WILSON'S GROCERY.
SMOKED HAMS TONGUES, SHOULD?
ALMONDS, FIGS AND FRENCH
EA1SINS, CURRANTS AND CITRON,
/ 1HOICE GOSHEN BUTTER; LARD, BY
V_y the tub, ?rkin or tierce.
CHEESES-EDAM, PINEAPPLE, ENG?
LISH DAIRY. SA PS AGO, FACTORY, STIL?
TON, IMITATION ENGLISH. Ac, Ac,.
?RICES LOWER THAN THE LOWEST
SAMPLES OF TEA SENT FREE.
Address Postofflcs BOT833, Charleston, S. 0.
NO CHARGE FOR PACKING.
Ail Goods DELIVERED FREE in any part or the
Remember the place,
Southeast Corner Anson and Society streets,
Charleston, 8. C.
400 bbls. choice Fating POTATOES, Goodrich's,
Jackson White?, Ac
For sale In lots to suit purchasers, by
RA VENE L 4 HOLMES,
novis No. 177 East Bay,
Now landing, ex brig Heslln, at Brown 4 Co.'a
200 barrels JACKSON WHITE POTATOES, In
fine order, will be sold from wharf, m lots to suit
purchasers, at (3 per barrel, cash on delivery.
Apply to MOsES GOLDSMITH A SON,
novo Vendue Range
ORN AND OATS.
io ooo bnshels prime old CORN
3,000 bushels prime black and white Seed
and feeding oats.
For sale by
nov? T. J. KERR 4 CO.
EATH & RICE,
NO. 9 SA TNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS LN
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, CIGARS,
Have on hand, and are dally receiving, a large
and well selected stock of the above which they
offer on the most favorable terms.
We have still retained the services of Mr. JOB
DAWSON, who will be pleased to see us friends.
TTPHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SURE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a Bottle. Sent by mall, postage
paid, on receipt of price.
The Antidote la the best'remedy that eat) bo
administered tn Mania-a-Potu, and also rtoMO.
For sale by Dr. H. BAXR.
Ho. ut Meeting street,
oote Agent for Booth Carolina.