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"WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1870.
JSTJEWS OE TUE DAT.
-Gold closed In .New York, yesterday, at
-Cotton closed quiet and % of a cent lower;
uplands io>? cents; sales 4500 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed steady; uplands
9}?a9>?d; Orleans 9)?a9J?d; sales 12,000 bales.
-Over"fifty persons were killed recently by an
explosion of gun-cotton at Alexandria, Egypt.
-Schneider wUl not come to the United States
Just yet, as she is afraid to cross the Atlantic in
the winter season.
-The North German consul-general In New
York bas remitted 300,000 thalers to Berlin In aid
or Prussian sick and wounded.
-At Trinity Chapel, New York, last Tuesday,
there was a nuptial ceremony in which the bride?
groom's daughters was the bridesmaids, and his
son the groomsman. The wedding was a bril?
-In the harbor of Dover, says the Jou'rnal de
Bordeaux, is a little t teamer, kept ready, day and
night, to bear to Calais a certain prince, who
claims the French throne, and proposes tc esta?
blish a provisional capital in Normandy.
-At a fa'r in New York, a young lady described
as "an heiress, beautiful and accomplished," of?
fers herself to be raffled for, "no married man or
bachelor over thirty-five to be permitted to take
a ticket." She says she ls convinced "marriage
ls alo tery," and wants to prove it.
-The sugar crop of South Louisiana bas never
seen a more favorable season than the last, and,
notwithstanding a deficiency of water, and the
high price of labor, which was nt: obtainable at
any pries early in the season, thc crop promises
to exceed that of last year by at least twenty or
twenty.flve thousand hogsheads.
-The late Wilkes Booth, shortly before the fa?
mous events which preceded his dearth, deposited
three thousand dollars in a bank at Montreal.
Noncor his family would draw this deposit, and
it still remains te his credit. Neither his mother
nor brother-will receive lr, although, our author?
ity maintains, lt has been offered to them several
times. It appears that eventually it will go to
the British Crown.
-A curlou? device to excite fresh irterest in
opera bouffe has been hit upou at the Grand
Opera House In New York. "The Grand Duchess"
ls to bo revived this week, with three prima
donnas in the leading part-Mlle. Montaland play?
ing her Highness of Gerolstein In the first. Mlle.
Sully taking up thc part In the second, and Mlle.
Persial finishing the opera.
-A good deal of unpleasant feeling has bean
created in England by sratements that the Irish
and English memoes of the Papal Brigade have
been very badly trentcd by the Italian officiais,
notwithstanding that they were protected by a
?pedal clause in the convention between General
Kanzler and the Italian commander. Some of
the best families In Eng.and had representatives
in the brigade.
-The Carlsruhe Zeituug, one of the largest
papers of South Germany, advocates the forcible
annexation of German switzerland. speaking of j
a performance'of Schiller's "William Tell," in
that city, it cc jdemns the theatrical manager tor
bringing 6uch a piece before the public, for lt
says the drama Is only a poltlcal glorification or
the secession or one or her duett provinces from
the German Fatherland.
-In regard to the contemplated sortie from
Paris there appears to be but two places where
the configuration of the ground will permit the
army to deploy Into Une-the plains of Gonesse
and Econen, north or Paris, and the plains between
Bonrg-la-Relne and Palal.-eau, in the south. These
are solidly occupied by ?i ossians, who have forti?
fied the villages and connected them with
trenches. Moreover, they are commanded by
the heights, which are mounted with cannon
Bweeptng thc whole field. In case or on attack,
should the French break the first line, they would
encounter another several miles back.
-The American female element w?l preponder?
ate next winter In th? foreign circles at Washing?
ton. The new French minister's wife, Madame
Trellbard, was a Ml-*s Coffman, of New York city.
The bride of the Spanish Minister ls Miss Terry,
a New York Cuban. The wife of that attache t
the Austrian legation w?s a Mrs. Griffin, and a
widow of a brilliant American general. The wife
of the Mexican Minister wea a Miss Smith, of |
Washington, ana mar of the Danish representa-j
tive, a Miss Zabrlskle, of New Jersey. The acting
Brazilian envoy, Mr. Fleury, is also married to au
American lady, and the late Italian Mlnls-er
Cerrutl has become the husband of Miss Noyes.
Of New York city, while Mrs. Le Strange, of the
British legatiuu, was a Miss Austin, or Boston.
-New York has a project ror a palace or indus?
try and art, af termite general plan of the Crystal
Palace in London. 1 he plan contemplates the
erection or a mammoth building between Third
and Fourth avenues-and Ninety-eighth and One
Hundred and second streets, to be one hundred
and fifty feet deep, and eight stories high. The
upper story will be an art gallery; one story will
be devoted to artists' stu.)ios' and o her parts of
the structure win be u-.ed for exhibitions and va?
rious purposes. A company has been cha ter^d
to earry out the plan, aud proposals Tor sub?
scriptions to the capital stock are uow out. The
realization of the scheme will of course depend
?on the answers to th se prop?sala, The list or
corporators embraces the names or many well
known gentlemen-Horace Greeley and Winiam
C. Bryant being among them.
-Toe medical dep-.rtment of the Privy Coun?
cil br Great Britain has recently taken up with
great earnestness the question of animal vaccina?
tion, with a view to its adoption or rejection la
England, according as It mav seem to possess
any special advantage over the present system.
Commissioner* vere sent to the continent of Eu?
rope, in 1889, io ascertain how far the vaccine
disease might be transferred from animal to ani
? " , 1 i
mal without difficulty, and to learn the chara
abd course of the disease produced In thc hui
body by Inoculation with animal lymph. Fi
-the reports on this subject, which have just b
published, lt appears that the system of ani
vaccination ls so very liable to constant fall?
that lt cannot be recommended for adopt I
Thc proportion of failures is reported to be twe
times as great as in the ordinary arm t'-nrm <
retlou. The calf lymph also is peculiarly liabl
spoil with keeping, and human lymph ls now s
ont exclusively from the large establishrac
which furnish the vaccine matter.
-In the course of some experiments by
O'Neill upon cottons, he ascertained that the
erage length of the staple of sea Island cot
amounted to nearly two Inches, while that
Surat cotton was but little over one Inch. '
tensile strength of this cotton ls, however, mi
inferior to that of many other qualities, break
with 33 grains, while Pernambuco cotton and
rat cotton sustained a weight of 140 grains. I
said that thc amount of twisting in cctton thn
is a very Important element in thc estimate
Its strength, and that the Dacca muslins of In
owe much or their superiority in lightness a
strength to the tightness of the twist of the d
cate filaments or which they are composed. .
cording to Dr. Watson, the average number
twists per Inch In a French muslin ls 6S, in
English 56, and In a Dacca they amount to 1
Some idea ortho lightness or this Dacca mus
may be inferred from the fact that a piece of
one yard wide and ten yards and a balf loi
weighed only a little over three ounces, tills,
an article for summer wear, would probably
quite equal to the ancient Greek fabric, poetics
termed "woven wind" by the writers of tl
The German Empire.
The details of the new constitution to be st
mitted to the German Parliament have ri
been printed on this side of the Atlantic, b
it is generally thought that the body will
invited to signalize the unification of Fath(
land by proclaiming King William as Et
peror of Germany. There may be some o
jections to meet and difficulties-to overcom
but there ?3 nothing in German counsels
the position of the belligerents, at this tim
to thwart for long tbe accomplishment of i
act which marks a mighty change in tl
course of European affairs.
The original German Empire was create
by Charlemagne toward the close of ti
eighth century, and from the beginning i
the tenth to the abdication of Francis I
early in the present century, the crown e:
isted in fact as well as io name. At Cha:
lemagne's death his dominions wore divide
between his sons, and his grandsons dimic
ished their power by other subdivision!
Then came the period of great dukes, a
ways at war, and of a long war with Ital
to re-establish tho Roman Empire. Th
last half of the twelfth century-tho perio
of Barbarossa-was very brilliant, and ha
long been to German fancy what the timo c
Arthur is to England and that of Bobadil t
Spain-a period of poetic and romanti
After a period of internal dissensions, Ru
dolph of Hapsburg, . e-established the em
pire and added to it. But tho centrifuga
forces soon fegained mastery. The title o
Roman Emperor wa3 asserted in the middli
of the fifteenth century, and an unsuccessfu
effort was made to form a national army bi
the first Maximilian, early in the sixteen b
Then came the Lutheran reformation ant
the scries of continental wars recalled by thc
name of Charles V, who, however, sough
to incorporate Italy against French influence,
and the Netherlands and Spain with Ger
many. France wrested much of the regior
lately the theatre of war from Germany al
this time; all oftbat about Metz and Tou
and Verdun on the eastern frontier. T?rke'
marched her armies in on tho southeast, an<
when the thirty years war closed in the mid
die of the seventeeth century* Germany wai
ia fact no more than a body of poorly weld
ed States. Ferdinand ceded Alsace tc
France by the treaty of Westphalia in 1643,
at the close of a war still recalled with livelj
horror. Then, though the style of Einperoi
was retained, it was but a mockery of thc
truth, and marks th"3 path of Austrian deca?
dence. Prussia sprang into sudden beinj
under William and Frederick, early in thc
eighteenth century, and opposed the idea o!
a great Austrian-German empire, such a?
had always been the dream of the people ol
every section, and when the second Francie
ceded the left bank of the Rhine to Franco
by the treaty ot Campo Formic, seventy
years since, he prepared the way for a rapid
disintegration. The Germanic Empire for?
mally ended in 1S0G, and the Rhenish Con?
federation succeeded it, Francis resigning.
French domination followed, and was only
broken liv the coalition of 1812 and following
years. But Prussia grew so great under this,
that at its close the old empire was an im?
possibility, Then carno an unsatisfactory
confederation in its place, with a Diet that
was unpopular everywhere and always. The
Zollverein enfolded seme of the German as?
pirations for nationality, but in 1830 liberal
institutions were borne in from France in a
flood, and served to balk rather than assist
a fusion. A national convention wa3 held
in ISIS, and formed a provisional national
government, with the Archduke of Austria
for Re^eut. But the Liberals in Parliament
excluded Austria the. next year, and offered
the title of German Emperor to the King of
Prussia, who declined it. Then came the
revolution in Saxony', Bavaria, Baden, Wur
temburg and'some other districts, which
was forcibly quelled by Prussia, who sought
to improve the opportunity and lead Ger?
many. The effort was defeated by Austria
in 1350, on the eve of buttle, and the nation?
al efforts that had been made, and in part
put in operation, were all resolved to their
original nothingness. After that, more ami?
cable relations existed under the treaty of
1854, uutil Austria proposed joining the
alliance against Russia, when Prussia inter?
fered at the head of the Confederation and.
defeated the scheme. Prussia also refused
to aid Austria in Italy unless the lead of
German military operations was conceded to
her, and she thereby secured iL In 1859
Prussia came uear leading tne Confederation
into a war with France, but was defeated by
Austria, and a rancorous feeling ensued. All
parlies theil hastened to reform the Federal
constitution, but nothing substantial was ac?
This summary sketch indicates what the
German Parliament will labor for : the con?
stitution of a homogeneous nationality that
has not been perfect for ten centuries, and
which necessitates a vigorous digestion and
assimilation or hard conditions. It i3 a
somewhat curious coincidence that as the
weakness of Germany became most complete
after the cession of Alsace to France, follow?
ing the peace of Westphalia, the strength,
and perhaps the restoration of the Empire,
should so accompany the recovery of this
i.i -'sf' ?
province. ; And it is another historic il curios
jtythat the objection .made by Frederick the
Great to the assertion by Austria of imperial
power over South Germany, the Austrian rul?
er then being titular Emperor of Germany,
should now promise to secure the crown of
Charlemagne for Berlin. And further, as the
German Empire wa3 destroyed by the success
of the first Napoleon, who created the Con?
federation, so does the revival of the Empire,
under a vigorous head, follow close upon the
heels or the downfall of the Napoleonic
Thc Alleged Metz Conspiracy.
The New York Tribune prints a singular
story of certain alleged negotiations, ante?
cedent to tho surrender of Motz, between thc
ex-Empress Eugenie, Marshal Bazaine and
Count Bismarck, which is rif true) one of
the most curious chapters in the history of
the war. A private gentleman, with an en?
thusiasm for tho imperial dynasty and a
taste for volunteer diplomacy, seems to have
constituted himself negotiator of a scheme
upon which depended not only the destinies
of France, but probably the political future
of half th6 Continent. He obtained the con?
sent of the ex-Empress to try his skill and
the permission of Bismarck to pass to and
fro though the besieging army at Metz. He
proposed to Bazaine to surrender on condi?
tion that he should be allowed to use hi3
army in reinstating the Bonapartes at Paris,
and the Marshal (so he says) accepted the
proposals with delight Ho. induced Gene?
ral Bourbaki to go to England and confer
with Eugenie. He persuaded Bazaine and
Bismarck to agree, or almost agree, to an
arrangement by which Napoleon should be
restored and Alsace and Lorraine given up.
All thi3 he did without authority, from any?
body. He had no communication with the
ex-Emperor. He had only an informal con?
sent from the ex-Empress to see what be
could do. He had no credentials to show
anybody, except a photograph with the
Prince Imperial's autograph on it ! Yet
Bismarck trusted him. Bazaine trusted him.
Bourbaki ( trusted him. The negotiations
fell through partly because Bourbaki refus?
ed to proceed with them, but principally be?
cause Eugenie would not consent to a res?
toration at the expense of Alsace and Lor?
raine, declaring that she valued the Interests
of France more than the interesta of the
The State Debt.
The public debt on October 31 inst, is
set down in Governor Scott's message at
$7,065,908 98, against $6,183,34917 on Oct?
ober 31, 1S69; showing an increase of Sl,
482,559, although the State has, during the
year, sold it* "remunerative property" to an
amount of $95,449 20. A part of thc in?
crease is accouuled for by the appropriation
made last session for the purposes of the
Land Commission. No hint is given in the
Governor's message of the disposition made
of the $2,700,000 of State bonds which were
in the hands of the Financial Agent a year
ago, and which were not included in the
$6,183,349, given by the administration as
the total debt of the State. We presume,
however, that full particulars upon all these
points is contained in the reports of the
State Treasurer and Comptroller-General,
which will soon be in possession of the
WE are glad to see that notice has Leon
given in the Legislature of a bill to regulate
the hours of labor in the cotton factories in
the State. The English laws upon this sub?
ject are found to work .well, and since their
passage there has been a Bteady improve?
ment in the mental and physical condition
of the women and children whom they most
WE know nothing of tho merits of the
squabble between Senator Mclutyre and
Senators Leslio and Corbin; but we think
that the first-named senator might lind a
more dignilled, if less congenial, employ?
ment than that of offering burlesque resolu?
tions on thc floor of the Senate in the very
Orst days of its session.
WE print a very tart letter this morning,
in which it is asserted that General Dennis
is not eligible to thc seat which he holds us
one of the members of the House of Repr??
sentatives from Charleston County. It will
do no harm to look into this grave charge,*
which, our correspondent declares, can be
IT is time that a thorough investigation bo
had into the management of the Greenville
and Columbia Railroad. Accident follows
accident with startling rapidity, and it is
plain enough that the road is unfit for use,
or that its officers aro incompetent. The
company owe it to the public to have the
matter sifted to the bottom.
WHEN the little bill for furnishing the
Statehouse comes up, we shall see whether
the General Assembly is inclined to heed
Governor Scott's recommendation that strict
economy be practiced in expending the pub?
_Cost an ft -fon no.
LOST OR STOLEN, A LARGE BLACK
OOO, St. Bernard and Newfoundland, with
a sma 1 white spot on thc chest. A liberal reward
will he paid for the recovery or the Dog and de?
tection of the thief. Applr coin r East Bar aud
Adger's South Wharf, to WILLIAM ItOACU Sc
STRAYED OR STOLEN FROM YARD,
No. 50 Rutledge avenue, on Saturday night,
an oiangeand while colored SETTKR DuG. about
three years old; answers to inc name of '.Rye."
A reward will be paid ror his delivery at No. 109
Kast Bay, next soiith or Courier office. novSO 1
LOST, YESTERDAY MORNING, A
roll of Bank Bills, sixty dollars, live tens
and two fives, in Uroad stree;. Meeting or Queen
Mreet. between the Freedmen's savings Hank
aud comer or Que? n aud Kine. The Under will
be regarded if it ls left at titi? oillce. nov30-i*
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD.- LOST,
near the corner or Linc and Kinir streets, a
Fur Tippet. The finder will return the same to
No 161 King street, Bookstore. nov3u-2
^Dissolutions of Copartners!)ip.
JONES having been dissolved by thc death
ol Mr. EOGENE W. WEST, the business or Hie con?
cern will bc settled up by the undersigned ar No.
76 East Bay, who will sign the tlrm name lu liqui?
dation. WM. H. JONKS.
NOTICE.-The undersigned begs leave to <.n Torin
thc public that he will continue the GRAIN ANO
GENERAL COMMISSION ?U-SINES^ at the old
stand. No. 76 East Bav. under the llrni name or
WiLLIAM II. JONES & CO., and respect Tully so?
licits a continuance of the favors extended to the
late firm of WEST & JONES. WM. li. JONES.
jyR. BING'S PILE REMEDY.
For sale by DB, H. BA ER.
AYOUNG LADY, "WHO HAS RECEIV?
ED a thorough educa'ion, ls desirous vt ob?
taining a situation as a! teacher ot the English
branches in some healthy section of country. Ad?
dress "R," at 'this office. Good references Riven
if required. _nov30-wfm3
.TTT ANTED TO - HIRE FOR FIVE
VT mouths.a PIANO, by u lady going to
Aiken, S. C. A liberal price vail be paid for a
good Instrument. Apply to-day before 12 o'cloik
at Room No. 3, Mills House._nov3Q-l
WANTED, A COMPETENT NURSE TO
tafce charge or children and do chamber
work. Recommendations required. Ar ply at No.
43 Charlotte street. _novso-1*
ERV ANTS WANTED.-TWO RESPECT
ABLE White Servants-Cook and House scr
vant-nnrse te be generally useful. The br st re?
commendations required. Apply at No. 121 Com?
ing street, opposite St. Paul's Church, from io to
12 o'clock. nov30-l
SITUATION WANTED, BY A MAN WHO
ls willing to work at anything, and is only
anxious to obtain honest labor. He has been em?
ployed at a gold mine, and understands that
thoroughly. Apply at I his office._nov29-?
WANTED, BY A RESPECTABLE
young man, of sober and Industrious
habits, a situation as watchman or porter, or any
other employment enabling him to earn an hon?
est living. Can furniBh flrst class references.
Apply at this office._nov29-2?
OVERSEER W A N T E D. - A FIRST
CLASS Overseer ls wanted to take charge of
a large rice planting interest. None need apply
unless they can give good references. Apply to
COHEN, HANCKEL A CO., No. 46 East Bay.
PLOUGH MAKERS.-WANTED TWO
or three good hands that are accustomed to
the manufacture of Ploughs. Gnod wages and
steady work. Apply at P. P. TOALE'S Sash and
Blind Factory, Horloeck'a Wharf, near Northeast
ern Railroad Depot._nov28
WANTED, A GOOD NURSE. APPLY
at No. 6 Church street, near the Battery.
WANTED, TO HIRE FOR SIX MONTHS
or a year, a desirable Residence-preferring
to have the Barae furnished or partly furnished,
with locality on or near the Battery, ornear Rut?
ledge street. Address communications to Box A,
NEWS office. . nov23
AMALE TEACHER WANTED, TO
take charge of the Mineral Springs Acade?
my, Marlboro' County, S. C. Good references re?
quired. Address B. N. ROGERS, 3en netts vii le,
COMPANION OR HOUSEKEEPER. -
A lady or cheerful disposition, *n whom
salary would be no object, desires to ootaln em?
ployment as a governess, lady's companion or
housrkeeper, either In the city or country. An
interview or any further. Information may be had
by ad> resslng P, DAILY NEWS ?mee. oct28
- ;_?ax Salt._
F~"o? SALE, THE SLOOP GAUSS, OF
eight tons capacity, suitable for river trade.
For terms, inquire at No. 310 King street, near .So?
ALARGE LOT OF VESTS AT $1 50.
Call and see them at O. E. A A. S. JOHN
HORSES FOR SALE.-A NICE CHOICE
lot of Horses, cheap for cash. Inquire at
Xo. 62 State street._nov28-mwi3?
T PRIVATE SALE TO DECEMBER 1,
the Desirable HOUSE AND LOT, No. 18
MorTtague street. Lot 60 by 2oo feet; high and
drv; first-rate neighborhood. Apply to J. MC?
CABE, State Cotton Press, corner East Bay and
FOR SALE, A No. 1 WHEELER ?fe
WILSON'S SEWING MACHINE, In Cabinet
Case-cheap. Apply at J. L. LUNSFORD'S. No. 27
HOOK AND LADDER TRUCK FOR
SALE.-Six LAD DE KS and lull comple?
ment ol Hooks, Axes, Lanterns, Ac, la perfect
order, and goodar new; will be i old cheap. Ap?
ply to M. H. NATHAN, Cider or Fire Department,
Charleston. 8. C. novi9-imo
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.-THE SUB
SCRIBER, desiring to remove to the We3t,
odim for sale. Tor cash, his REAL ESTATE In the
Village of Klnstree, S. C., Northeastern Railroad,
consisting or one STORE-HOUSE AND LOT, on
Mainstreet, nearly opposite the Courthouse, and
one or the best stan.is In Ctfl place for business.
Also bis DWELLING-HOUSE AND L')T. con?
taining one square acre, situated on Academy
street. The Dwelling ls la thorough order, end
contains rom rooms, with kitchen, Garden, line
well or water, Ac, attached. Any one wishing to
engage In the merchantile business, or to pur?
chase a goi'd Residence, will find this a rare op?
portunity. For further particulars, spply to WM.
J. LEE. Klngstrce. S. C._uov23-ws4?
G? A P^nn -JTOE SALE, A LONG
\D*Jc.O\J\J? ESTABLISHED BUSI?
NESS, (Retail,) paying a net pronto; $2500per an?
num. Ampie time given a pnrchascr to learn the
business. This ls a rare chance for an aotive man
to secure a permanent income. Business done
wholly for cash. Persons having the "stamps"
and meaning business may address "32500 In?
come," Box V, DAILY NKWS Office, giving real
FOR SALE, THREE FARMS, TWO
miles from the Port Royal Railroad, In
the Whippy Swamp neighborhood. One Farra
contains 375 acres, one 335 acres, and one 160
acres. Each Farm contains one hundred acres
good plant Ina land, with two or three comfort
able cabins on each: also well timbered, good
range for cattle and hogs; and perfectly healthy
all the season?. For particulars apply to K. D.
H., Barnwell Village. may io
TO RENT, A COMMODIOUS ROOM
suitable for gentlemen. Apply at No. 61
Wentworth street. t:0v30-l*
AN UNFURNISHED SECOND STORY
front room, with BOARD ror a gentleman
and w|re. or two single gentlemen, may be had in
acentral and most coiivenlents locality, near the
rostoflloe and both lines of City Railway. Address
M., DAILY NKWS office._ nov24
TO RENT,"A COMFORTABLE TWO
and-a hair Story Hous?, No. 4 Mary street.
Apply at the southwest corner of Church and
Chalmers streets. novSS
IJ10B RENT OK SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
; ESTATE lo Orangeburg District, situated
on- Lyons Creek, three and a half miles from the
south Carolina Railroad. Thc tract contains
.^00 acres, soil rich red clay, adapted to cotton,
corn, wheat, root crops and clover.
A splendid range for cattle; sunny hillsides for
vineyards, aud low lands for meadows. Lyons
Creek, a large, never-falling stream runs, through
'he estate, and furnishes one of the llnest water
powers-ln 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 houses, barns, stables, gki
houses and small dwelling. It has been in con
?tant cultivation since thc war, and the splendid
growing crop would give entire satisfaction.
It is offered ror rent or sale, on reasonable
Address Mrs. L M. KE1TT,
Society Hill, Darlington District, 8. O.
Or R, M. MAP-SHALL A BRO., No. 83 Broad
MISS A L. SALOMON CONTINUES
lo teach WAX and ROSIN FRUIT; Wax,
Worsted, Hair, Leather aud Paper Flowers; Gre?
cian and Oriental Painting; Embroidery, Tapestry
and Tufting Work; Crochet, Netting, K-iIttlng
and Fancy Work, ja its various branches,'at No.
23 Society street, third door east ol Meeting,
where specimens can be seen
Orders in any or the above branches promptly
jgT. PETER'S SCHOOL (COLORED.)
Admitted-Catholic children, or to be raised as
Tuition-Lower Clashes. 25c; Higher Classes,
40c, every two weeks in advance.
Teacher-Mies M. DELKTIRE.
NIGHT SCHOOL. AT 7 P. H.
Admitted-Young men of any creed.
Tuition-50c every two weeks lu advance.
Teacher-Mr. E. FORNS.
FRENCH CLASS. H ALF-PAST 3 P. M.
Admitted-Young ladles of any creed.
Tuition-For members of our Diy School, 25c;
for others, 40c, every two weeks In advance.
Teacher-Miss M. DE LETTRE.
A. M. FOLCHI,
nov23-K Pastor St. Peter's Church, Principal?
ENGLISH AND GERMAN SCHUUL, No.
82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercises of
this institution embrace all the branches necessary
for a good English and Commercial education.
The hours from 3 to 5 o'clock P. M. are devoted
to German lossons, viz: Grammar, Speaking,
Writing and Reading. Lessons lu 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 the assistance of Mr. J. MCDONALD,
Miss J. H. ANGEL, Miss LEONHARDT, Miss J.
Vocal Music by Professor F. BERCKHAN.
C. H. BERGMANN,
STRICT OBSERVANCE LODGE, No. 73,
A.- P. M.-An Extra Communication O? this ,
Lodge will be held at MasoDlc Hall.Tnis EVEKING, I
at half-past 7 o'clock. Candidates .'or the M. M.
Degree will be punctual.
By order W. M. W. W. SIMON'S,
HOPE FIRE EUGINE COMPANY - YOU|
aro hereby notified to attend an Extra
Meeting of your Company, on THIS EVENING,
the 30th or the month, ns the Commltree will re?
port, at 7 o'clock. WM. P. PATTERSON,
PIONEER STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY OF AXMFN.-Yon are hereby sum?
moned to attend an Extra Meeting of your Com?
pany, to be held THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, the
30th instant, at your Engine-House. Market street,
at 7 o'clock. By order or the President.
nov3Q?_J. W. McKF.NRY, Secretary.
VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
An Ex'ra Meeting of the Company will be
held THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at Company's
Hall, State street. A large attendance ls desired,
as business or Importance will be considered.
By order. . E. O. CHGPEIN,
ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY.-THE ONE
hundred and forty-first Anniversary Meet?
ing of the St. Andrew's Society will be held at
South carolina Hall, TO-DAY, at 2 o'clock P. M.
An election for officers of the Society for the en?
suing year will take place from 12 to 2 o'clock.
A Collation wM be served at 3 P. M.
nov30 ROBERT M. GORDO\ Secretary.
PALMETTO LODGE, No. 1. KNIGHTS
OF PYTHIAS, (under O. F. Hall.)-Meeting
To NIG HT at half-past 7 o'clock.
Candidates for Degrees will be In walting.
The Supreme Chancellor will exempliry the
work. By order or the W. C.
nov30 J. H. KENDALL, W. R. S.
BOARD FOR A LADY AND GENTLE?
MAN, or two single gentlemen. In a private
fumlly. Location central. References exchanged.
Address Postofflce Box 374. nov30-l*
Hirn (B00?2, tot.
?-QRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS I
LOUIS CO HE N<fc CO.
Beg leave to announce that they are jnst In re?
ceipt of a choice assortment of
which will be offered at much reduced prices,
owing to their recent purchase In the course of a
declining market. Consisting of
ALPACAS, &C, AC.
KID GLOVES AND SASHES.
With entirely new additions to the above, we
can exhibit the choicest and most fashionable
Goods to be found, an i at lowest prices.
We beg to draw particular attention to one Case
COLORED ALPACAS, DOUBLE WIDTH,
In all shades, to be sold this day at 13 cents.
Together with the above will be found a full
supply of stylish
BROCHE SHAWLS AND CLOTH AND SILK
Our stock of
PRINTS, LONG CLOTHS, .
And other Goods belonging to our line, will bc
fouad complete, and at very reasonable prices.
A call Is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN Sc CO.,
No 248 King street.
LOUIS COHEN. D. BKNTSCHNBB.
.p?RCHGOTT, BENEDICT ? CO ,
No. 241 KING STREET.
GREAT BARGAINS IN CARPETS.
GREAT BARGAINS IN CARPETS.
GREAT BARGAINS IN CARPETS.
20 rolls INGRAIN CARPETS, at 60 cents
10 rolls Brussels Printed Carpet, at 40 cents
worth 60 cents
SO Druggets, 12 by 12, at. $10-worth $18.
A large assortment or Hues, MATS, Oil Oloth
and Matt ng, constantly on hand._oct31
.p?RCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
Largest, best and finest selection in town.
1 case or tine DRESS GOODS at 20c., worth 30c.
1 case Ciiioi ed Alpacas at zoe, worth 30c.
1 case or Plain Poplins, our own importation,
only 25c., worth 37 Kc
1 case or German Plaids, or all shades, only 40c,
l case or % Black and White Poplin only 26c
l case or Empress Cloths, In all colors, only esc.
celebrated Leuos make.
A largo stock or rhe celebrate I "Elephant"' Al?
pacas, at. verv low figures.
All colors 10 Twilled Merinos, 4-4, at 85 to soc.
25 piece- Irish Silk Poplins at $1, worth $1 50.
A grand selection of Alba n at e striped, Plain and
Keppe l Silk Pop ins. at reasonable prices.
10 pieces of Heavy Black Mik ut $2. worth $250.
Also, a line s?lection of Cmorcd Silks, Colored
and Black Velwilncs ami Velvets._? octal
pURCUGOTT, BENEDICT & CO..
No. 214 KINf? STREET.
1 case Black and White Large SHAWLS, only
$2 25. worth $3.
1 case B uck and White Double Shawls, only
$4 25, worth $5.
1 case Mcu's Travelling Shawls, only $5, worth
? full selection of other Shawls from 75c. to $10.
3 cases of good quality Balmoral Skirts, only $1.
P ?RCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
NO. 244 KING STREET.
CLOTH D: ? A R T M B N T .
A supply of the Fine it French, Belgian, German
English and Domestic ?'LOTHS.
Beavers, Doeskins, road Cloths, Velvetlnes,
Diagonal's, Meltons, Cheviots, Corduroy, Cussl
Ladles' Cloaking-prices guaranteed to give full
1 case of double width English Waterproof
Oloth. only $1, worth $1 so. ?ail la time to se?
cure lt. OCt31
p?RCHGOTT, BENEDICT ? CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
lease OPERA FLANNELS, only 45 and 50c,
Red and White Flannels, f rom ,25c. np.
loo ptdr White Blankets, io 4. at $3 50, worth $5.
loo pair White Blankets, 10-4, Extra, at $6, worth
p?RCHGOTT, BENEDICT 4 CO.,
No. 244 KES'O STREET.
A full assortment or Decker's SHOPPERS.
Wax* Son's Balbriuans, sold at Importing prices.
loo dozen of tho celebrated '.Vldette" Kid
Gloves at $1, quality warranted.
Thc only place to get the celebrated French
make ol Coupe Jon vi u .md Alexander Derrent Kid
Gloves-Ut and quality guaranteed.
A rub Hue of Trimming aiidNash 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
OUTHERN DYE HOUSE.
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
at No. 359 King street, where DYEING in all col?
ors, and Cleaning of all kinds is done at the
shortest notice and In the best style
BLASCOW, BILLER & CO.,
No. 359 King street, near corner George street,
PROFESSOR BERGER'S BED-BUG
Costar's INSECT POWDER
Glentworth's Roach Exterminator
Costar'* Rat Poison
Isaacsen's Sure Pop-Death to Mosquitoes.
For sale by Da. H. CAER,
July5 No. 131 Meeting street.
?^C% D B ? MUSI CJ| j
S '" - ga
-i. fe ".y,\- i ?.>
THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING,
SOPHIE WORRELL'S Burlesque Company in
the excruciating Burlesque of
BLACK EYED SUSINQ. -
The laughable Farce IS HE JEALOUS,
anti a PANTOMIME. .
Thursday Evening-DON LEANDER AND MONS?
TER BILL. '_nov30-l
rp HE FIRST GRAND ANNUAL BALL
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
HALL OF THE ACADEMY OF 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. 2:
JLtna 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 Fiie Department
R. M. ALEXANDER, First Assistant Chief.
C. P. AIMAR, Second Assistant Chief.
F. L. O'NEILL, Third Assistant Chief.
B. M. STRUBEL, Clerk of 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. ALBE KS,
HUGH FERGUSON, W. H. SMITH,
Captain J. M. CARSON, A. B. JARVIS,
Major 0. L. BUIST. R. S. BRUNS,
Hun. 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 CAMERON, Major C. B. SIG WALD,
C. BART, Hon. T. Y. SIMON'S,
Capt. E. W. DAWSON, JAMES D?NNINO,
Dr. T. R. ALDRICH, JAS. ARMSTRONG, Jr.,
T. S. S IOWA LD, Chairman.
A. J. JAGER, Secretary and Treasurer.
T. R. KEEGAN, H. L. CALDER,
J. DELESLAIN. GEO. MoSElL,
J. W. STEVENS, M. HARRIS,
J. P. CAHILL, W. H. S1GWALD.
C. E. SUREAU, T. J. MELVIN,
C. E. STEINMEYER.
A. V. KANAPAUX, J. H. STEINMEYER,
C. H. WESTENDORFF.
J. J. O'NEILL, H. J. O'NEILL,
A. H. MOWRY.
SAMUEL WRAQO. W. M. BRUNS.
H. F. FABER. .
HOOK AND LADDER, NO. 2.
H. C. CONKLIN, T. C. ASTLE,
C. H. TIFT.
T. J. LYONS, WALTER WEBB, Jr.,
H. G. OARNIGHAN.
T. J. LILIENTHAL, J. L. HARBERS,
J. H. OETGEN.
THOMAS CORCORAN. THOMAS MILLER,
W. H. TUOMEY.
A. B. HAIGHT. "If. E. ABRAMS.
C. F. LYNCH, M. O'MARA,
J. J. G?ENVER.
BOOK AND LADDER NO. 1.
J. H. LOEB, JOHN DOYLE,
A. JOHNSTON. /
A. W. LEWIN, J. J. CALLAHAN,
C. W. SEIGNIOUS, W. E. JENNINGS,
W. H. SCHIFFLEY.
Tickets can be' purchased from either of the
Junior Managers. novit
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC HALL, .
COMMENCING SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. L
The assemblies wllf be as follows : MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS from
4 to 8 O'clock, and TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY NIGHTS from half-past 7 to 10.
Admission to Night Assemblies 60 cents; Chil?
dren 25 cents. Tickets lu packages of twelve, $3.
Use ot Skates, 25 cents.
Afternoon Assemblies, Ladies and Children, in?
cluding use of Sates, 25 cents; Gentlemen, includ?
ing use of skates, 60 cents.
Season tickets of admission (good for all assem?
blies during three months) for gentlemen $5; for
ladles $3; for gentlemen and lady $7 50.
ijjlOOy?OO ^ CBEBNBACKS
GIVEN AWAY! .
FORTUNE FOR TWO DOLLARS!
NO BOGUS GIFT ENTERPRISE !
BOT A GENUINE INSTITUTION!
THE ALABAMA IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION,
incorporated under thc Laws of the State
of Alabama, have resolved to give one
In the CITY OF MONTGOMERY, ALA., on
SATURDAY, De ember 31,1870.
Or, as soon before as the Tickers are sold, at
which time ONE HUNDRED. THOUSAND DOL?
LARS, IN* UNITED STATUS CURRENCY, Will be
given away, to holders of tlcketa, as rollow:
1 Gift in United States currency of $25,000 is
1 Gift lu United States currency of $10,000 is
2 Gifts in United States currency of $6000 are
5 Gifts in United States currency of $2000 are
$10,000 * '
io Girts iu United States currency of $1006 are
20 Gifts in United States currency or $500 are
100 Girts in United States currency or $100 are
1500 Girts In United States currency of $10 are
1639 Gifts Of $100,000.
THE AWARD OF GIFTS
will be made on the regular plan, under the su?
pervision of sworn Commissioners, gentlemen of
well-known Integrity atm hin h standing.
The reputation ami character of the Incorpora?
tion of this Association, coup ed with every safe?
guard that the aw of the land can throw around
it, is a guarantee that thedlstrlbutl <n will be hon?
estly ami ra.riv made, and that every protection
will be gtveu holders ol Tickets lu any part of the
In order to give all, rich and poor, an opportu?
nity at this
GRAND SCHEME I
by which they can become enriched In au hour,
the price of Tickets have been put at
ONLY TWO DOLLARS !
A discount of ren per cent, will be made to pur?
chasers or $50, and a discount or 20 per cent, to
purchasers or $100 worth or tickets.
WE HAVE NO AGENTS.
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE THOUS?
AND TICKETS ONLY WILL BE SOLD.
Parties at a distance desiring to purchase tic?
kets uw Si remit the money, direct to the "Asso?
ciation,''as per address below, either lu a Post
office Order, by registered letter, or by paid ex?
ALABAMA IMMIGRANT ASSOCIATION,
?S- A Circnlar giving rue result of the award
will be seut each ticket-holder. novoo-16
(gUPERlOH COLOGNE WATER.
Manufactured and for sale by
Dr. H. BAER.
co? 131 Meeting street.
JBs^otttu^ tiayotSi wc.
S SHOULDERS AND O. D. S. SIDES
60 whole, hair 'and quarter palls choice Baltl
.? more Family Leaf LARD pr
5 tierces Choice New Hams
5 tierces choice New Shoulders
io boxes L._Cv D. S, Sides.
Just received per Bt?ar?ef Falcon, and for sale
by - LA UREY k ALEXANDER.
SUGAE, SYRUP, SIDES, HAMS,
PAUL B. LALANE k CO.,
No. 171 'EAST BAT.
25 bbls. Brooklyn Sugarmouse SYRUP
20 bbls. Yellow Sugar
50 boxes Cheese
6 boxes L. C. Bacon Sides
5 hbds. Choice L 0. Sides '
loo hhds. S gar-cared gMMfcg nov2fl-2
JT^iV ERPOOL SALT.
COO sacks Liverpool SALT, for sale In lota tb
salt purchasers. RAYENEL k CO.
pRESH RICE FLOUR,
At 80 cents per bushel, m lots of fifty bushels .
or more. For sale fora few days. Apply at
West Point Mills. nov2?-6
ALT! SALT 1
6000 sacks to arrive and for sale from wharf in
lots to snit purchasers at $146 per sack. Dray age
to railroads or boats loo. per sack. O naran teed
standard weight 210 pounds.
nov26-smwf4 GEO. W. WILLIAMS* CO.
60 bbls. of Fine Georgetown PICKLED MUL?
LETS, for sale by H. KLATTE k CO.,
nov29-3 . :_No. 186 East Bay.
I N EYARD PROPRIETOR'S
EIGHT DOLLARS PER GALLON.
nov24-3mos JOHN HTJRKAMP * CO.
HE GOOD THINGS.
BREAKFAST, SUPPERS, LUNCHES.
We have opened this week for retailing, b?rrala
and kegs of ??
Soused Tripe and Pigs'Feet .
Lambs' Tongues, Saar Kraut .
Sounds and Tongues '
.Dutch Herring, Halibut Fins
New Mess and No. 1 Mookere i < *
? Fulton Market Pickled Beef
Family Pig Pork
Pickled Beef Tongues. \ ? . .
Oar patrons sendingfor any ef tue above, jrttl
please send vessels, otherwise they win be
wrapped in paper. For shipping, we have them
put np in kits and kegs.
SMOKED MEATS, ic.
SMOKED BEEF TONGUES J .
Sugar-cured Breakfast Strips ^
Sugar-cured Family Pig Hams .... *
Codfish and Herrlag ... . >
AU selected with the utmost .care as to quality.
.EVERT E. BEDFORD,
nov22 No. 276 King street.
. Now ls the time to lay In
SUPPLIES FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Yon can * .
SAVE M O N E Y
By Dealing at ,.. .
WILSON'S FA3?LY GROCERY";*
Southeast Corner Anson and Society streets.
HAT DOLLAR TEA
THAT DOLLAR TEA
TUAT DOLLAR TEA.
Green and Black, $1 a pound.
At WILSON'S GROOERY.
COFFEE, ALL KINDS. GttEEN, ROAST
. ED AND GROUND,
At WILSON'S GROCERY.
COCOA, FARINA AND CHOCOLATE,
ALL KIND ,
At WILSON'S GROOERY.
FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND SYRUPS,
At WILSON'S GROCERY.
UGARS RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
At WILSON'S GROCERY.
CANNED FRUITS, PRESERVES AND
At . WILSON'S GROCERY.
JOTTED MEATS AND IMPORTED
At WILS' N'S GROOERY.
ENGLISH, PICKLES, FRENCH MUS?
TARD, ITALI *N OILS,
ALM ON, LOBST ErtS, MACKEREL
' AND HERRING.
PEEK, FREAN & CO.'S UNRIVALLED
SMOKED HAMS TONGUES, SHOULD?
ALMONDS, FIGS AND FRENCH
EAKINS, CURKANTS AND CITRON,
At WILSON'S GROCERY.
/ 1HOICE GOSHEN BUTTER; LARD, BY
\J the tub, firkin or tierce,
' At WILSON'S GROCERY.
CHEESES-EDAM PINEAPPLE, ENG?
LISH DAIRY. SAPSAUO, FACTORY, STIL
T?N, IMITATION ENGLISH, kc, kc,.
At WILSON'S GROCERY.
?RICES LOWER THAN THE LOWES!
SAMPLES OF TEA SENT FREE.
Address Postofnce Bo v 393, Charleston, S. C.
NO CHARGE FOR PACKING.
Ail Goods DELIVERED FREE In any part of the
Remember the place,
. . WILSON'S GROCERY,
Sontheast Corner Anson and Society streets,
_Charleston, S. c.
ORN AND OATS.
10,000 bushels prime old CORN
3,000 bushels prime black aod vrtdte Seed
and feeding Oats.
For sale by
nov5_ T. J. KERR * CO.
p OT ATOES! POTATOES!
;0? bbls. choice Earing POTATOES, Goodrich'",
Jackson Whites, Ac.
For sale In lots to suit purchasers, by
RAVE NE L k HOLMES,
novl5_No. 177 East Bay.
JpOTATOESI POTATOES I
Now landing, ex brig Healln, at Brown k Co.'?
200 barrels JACKSON? WHITE POTATOES, in
Une order, will be sold from wharf, in lots to salt
purchasers, at $3 per barrel, cash on delivery
Apply to MOaES GOLDSMITH 4 SON. .
nore - Yendne BJfcge.