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VOLUME X.-NUMBER 1465.
CHARLESTON, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER I, 1870.
S?X DOLLARS A YKAH.
THE STATE CAPITAL.
FURTHER ARRESTS-GENERAL BUT?
LER ENGAGED ON THE
Defending Illegal Votera at thc Cost of
the State- Reducing Salaries - Regu?
lating Railroad Fares - Regulating
Labor-Proposal to Hare a State En?
gineer to Examine RaUroad Bridges,
&c.-Investigation of the Course of
Judge Vernon-The Public Printing.
[SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE NEWS.]
COLUMBIA, December l.
The House met at 12 o'clock.
Notice of bills was given by Wilkes, to regulate
fae rjght of traverse; by Wilson, supplementing
the act authorizing judiciaries to sell certain evi?
dences of Indebtedness at public sale; by Wooley,
to Incorporate tho Town or Manning; by L. Cain,
to authorize clerks of court to take test.mon y in
certain cases; by Hedges, to Incorporate the Town
of Wrightville, Edisto Island, also of a bill to
amend the education act, also of a bill creating
the office of State engineer for the inspection of
railroad bridges and tres le works on all public
roads, also of a tilt to reduce first and second
ciass?fares on ail railroads within the State to
three and two cents per mile; by Logan, to regu?
late the system of labor throughout the State and
for other purposes; by Mobley, to amend the act
defining the jurisdiction of trial justices.
A joint resolution was Introduced directing
that the Cunby school funds remaining in the
hands of the county treasurer, be appropriated to
the free school fund.
A concurrent resolution was adopted appoint?
ing a committee of five of the House, and blank
of the Senate, to wait on the Governor and ascer?
tain what measures he may* recommend to the
consideration of the General'Assembly.
A concurrent resolution, offered by Lee, of
Edgeneld, authorizing the Governor to employ
counsel for prisoners before the United States
Court Tor Ulegal vating, and to pay the expenses
of the same ont al the contingent fond. After
long and ardent discussion, lt was voted down by
a vote of ninety-two to seven.
Crittenden, Reformer, introduced a resolution
instructing the Judiciary committee to report a
bill providing for the reduction of the salaries of
school commissioners and the pay of county com?
missioners. He made a strong speech, and the
resolution was adopted.
Crews introdnced a resolution appointing a
committee of five to Investigate the judicial and
official act ion .of Judge Vernon and Sherie* Jones,
of Laurens, which was adopted.
Gardner introdnced a bill to appoint a State
geo'oglst and assistant. ..
Whipper presented a memorial In relation to
the election of the members from Spartanbnrg.
The Senate met at 12 M.
Arnim introdnced a resolution requesting the
Govr'nor to Inform ue Senate whether any di?
rectors of the Penitentiary have been appointed.
Whlttemore intiodnced a joint resolution that
a committee of three from each house wait on
the Governor to report his recommendations for
new measures. He also introduced a bili to
amend the education act. By lt Sectisn 4 ls re?
pealed, and the salaries of commissioners reduced
to -two hundred dollars, except In Charleston,
where three hundred ls allowed. Mileage is re?
duced to five cents.
Smalls introdnced a bm to authorize county
commissioners to assume township liabilities.
Arnim introduced a concurrent resolution, re
questing the aeadsof departments to report?t
aa early day. Hayes introduced a resolution of
respect to the memory of the late Senator Buck,
which was made the special order for Saturday.
Notices ot bills were given: By Wimbnsh,.to pre?
serve the public peace and protect persons; by
Hayes, to repeal the bastardy laws >! the State;
by Whlttemore, to authorize cities, towns and vil?
lages to levy a tax for school purposes.
Arnlm's bill appointing commissioners of rall- !
roads and telegraphs was read a second time
and referred to the committee on railroads.
Swalls's resolution requiring committee on elec?
tions to report aB to vacancies in Abbeville,
Charleston and Georgetown was passed. A reso?
lution that thesecretary of State furnish election
returns and papers In regard to Chesterfield was
referred to the committee on elections.
Senatorial matters dull.
L Colonel B. P. Todd and Captain Farley have
been arrested on hearsay warrants by Hubbard.
The former rearrested. General M. C. Butler ls
engage^ on the defence. He arrived here to-day.
Nothing further on the Laurensv?ile cases to-day.
? The House commutes on printing were chang?
ed by the speaker last night. He announced this
morning that he had made a mistake. The first
committee announced waa understood to be op?
posed to the Carpenter and Morris clique. The
latter to be in favor of it. Nevertheless, the
chances for Mr. Wilson, from Pennsylvania,
seem lo be a?ead, as the Senate will control the
THE WORK OF A BAT.
Foolish Measures-The Judgeship Flec?
tions-The Committees-The Laurens
[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
COLUMBIA, S. C., November so.
There seems to have been a general lassitude
to-day, and every one seemed to feel like the
weather - extremely dull. Nothing new has
transpired in senatorial matters.
. , WHAT WAS DONE TO-DAY.
A heavy day's work was accomplished in the
House, and not a bad showing made in the Sen?
ate. Contrary to expectation the wheels of legis?
lation have begun to move prior to the election
for United States senator. . Many new bills and
measures were introduced la the House and
many more given notice of. .
Mr. Bryan introduced a. .bill to provide for the
election of justices of the peace. We all know
That that means; how the last General Assembly,
in flagrant violation of the constitution, refused
to take any action In this matter, and how trial
justices were constituted, whose appointments
being in the hands of Governor Scott, were used
to his owe aggrandizement, as be admits ia his
message and inaugural address.
Some of the most ridiculous measures Imagina?
ble arc constantly appearing in this General As?
sembly. Mr. Morley gives notice of a bill to pre-,
vent the breaking of the peace and quiet of the
Sabbath "by the firing of arms. We hope Mr.
Morley will desist. The old statutes cover this
.point, and further legislation ls as unnecessary as
'xlt ls expensive.
ELECTION OF JUDGES.
The Senate'concurrent resolution, appointing
December sd as the day for. the election of an as?
sociate of the Sui-rerae Court and a Judge of the
First Circuit, came into the nouse to-day, and
was reierred to the Judiciary committee. It ls
not at all probable that this resolution will pass,
for the election proposed certainly will, not come
off uni U alter the Senatorial election.
COMMITTEES IN TUE HOUSE.
We have heard much said about these committees,
and have made our prognostications, which have
proved true. Many things have been said which
we had rather not believe. This morning there
is an Intimation in the Phoenix that Sneaker
Moses has been keeping his committees back, In
order to raise enough on them to elect his pater?
nal ancestor to the United States Senate. The
idea seems to bc that seventy-five thousand dol
lors ls not too high a figure for this patronage,
nor 9 it too much to secure the election of a
United States senator. The first question natu?
rally arising ts, where is seventy-five thousand
dollars coming from? We know of no source
I able or likely to be willing to come up to BO high a
figure but the Chief Executive. The latter, in con?
nection with Kimpton and other or the State's
financial friends, may have seventy-five thousand
dollars' worth or desire to pass certain
measures thl3 coming winter. But another
question presents itself: Suppose tho commit
tees are appointed in the interest,openly or covert?
ly, of any one min or clique, could it bc positive?
ly Known that :u*? speaker, as soon as the elec?
tion was over, would uot change them to suit
another man or etique ? Again/does scott desire
rtie f-lectlon of Chier Justice Moses, and would he
give money to another to be used to secure it, or
does he favor some other candidate, and is not
anxious to. have the opposition of the speaker of
theBonse? We cannot fathom these mysteries,
suggested hy the item in the Phoenix of this
morning, nor eau we, from the names of the com?
mittees that have been made, gain any further
light. Let tlnse readers intere ted ia the matter
60lve the problem.
The cha rman or the committee on claims (Ca?
cle Joe's former "best hold" ) is Mr. B. Byas, for?
merly sergeaut-at-arras of the House. This ls an
Important (Mrs. Grundy suggests "lucrative" as
being the better term) committee, and Mr. Byas
is not an important member. Ergo-what ?
PROTEST AGAINST MAXWELL, OF MARLBORO*.
A protest signed by C. W. Dudley, Harris Cov?
ington, C. S. McCall and other prominent citizens
of Marlboro1 County, was laid before the Senate
yesterday. Tin protest states that on the day of
election, and up to the date or the protest, 20th
or October, Maxwell was postmaster at Bennetts
ville, S. C., and constitutionally ineligible to the
office or State senator. He was, as well, county
school commissioner. The accompanying papers
show, conclusively, that Maxwell was postmaster
at and after Hie time or his election.
STRANGE FREAKS IN TUE COMMflTEES.
-Where are conservative members stuck this
time?" we heard it asked to day. By a careful
examination ot the list we find none on any im?
portant committee/except the judiciary, on which
there are Ave out of twelve, with Wilkes as chair'
man. One is on the luuatic asylum, and another
on agriculture-none on grievances. Joe Crews
suggestively goes on the tail end of the commit?
tee on the penitentiary, the chairman of which ls
Yocum, formerly a State constable.
SUITS FOR TAXES AGAINST KAILBOAO COMPANIES.
Mr. Hurley to-day gave notice of a bill to au?
thorize the State auditor to suspend proceedings
in certain cases. Although thc bill does not by
its title Indicate Its contents, in violation of the
constitution, its intention seems to be good. It
will give the State auditor power to suspend the
snits for taxes by the State against certain rail?
road companies. As there ls a case now before
the Supreme Court, which will decide the matter,
there is no uso in keep ng a retinue of lawyers
paid to merely ontinue these cases.
TUE LAUKENS ARRESTS-1 LIE WHOLE STORY.
As this is a matter which seems to be agitating
the whole public mind at this time, lt may not be
mal apropos to go back a little way and trace
the cause which led to the arrest or these elevea
very respectable citizens or LaurensCounty. The
incendiary speedie* or Crews, the overt acts or
the State constable, and the maddening assump?
tions of the negroes previous to the campaign,
culminated in the shooting adair at Clinton. Hie
people of Laurens were incllued to submit to
almost anything from Crews an-1 his hirelings
short or extermination, rather than bring about
a war or races, which they knew must happen
unless matters were checked. They wanted peace
and qnlet. In accordance with the agreement of
Mr. Ransler with the Reform party, ther desired
to have a committee of Reformers at
the polls. Crew3 treated the request with
contempt. The disturbance followed, the
truth of which will in due time come before the
public. The citizens or Laurens did not desire to
prevent any arrests, but did pr?fet that they
should be made by United States calcera. They
had decided to make no opposition, but.to sub '.ic
quietly to any arrests that might be made. This
was the state or affaire when Crews went to
Washington, and when the last force went to
A Cnlted States deputy mar-hal,accompanied by
United States troops, went to Laurens and made
the arrests. Some or them were made In an ar?
bitrary and insulting manner, others quietly. Mr.
S. T. Carlington was the first one arrested. The
prisoners were denied the privilege of communi?
cating with their friend?, or of procuring counsel.
They were hurried off at night, and placed in
camp, with nothing to shelter them.
On Monday bight they arrived In Newberry bat
the officers being apprehensive that they would be
rescued, got tuera oil oa a special train at one
o'clock Tuesday morning. Of course, their counsel
were very much chagrined to find that they had
gone and left them. They followed them to Colum?
bia, and found that they had b:en lodged in the
county jail without any commitments and were
then on a hearlug. before the United States com?
missioner. They were charged with viol?t on of the
6th section or the United States Election Act,
passed May 30, 1870. Ball wa3 given. Four wer?
Immediately rearrested on warrants by Hubbard.
The charge against three of the latter number be
?ig very vague, they were released on bail, but
immediately rearrested and Imprisoned on
charges by Hubbard. There the matter now rests.
The prisoners have for their counsel W. D.
Simpson, A. C. Garliugton, and Messrs. Baxter,
Jaeger, and Geueral McGowau. The case against
them in the (Jutted States Court ls v?ry weak,
the only testimony so far obtained being hear?
say. They will no doubt be released. One of the
witnesses (Howerton) oa whose testimony the
warrants were issued, was lu His famous "Tin?
pot" at thc time of tse disturbance, and ran.
The United States officers and troops were sadly
disappointed and chagrined that they had acted
"As if they held a liou there,
- And not a fenctless man."
CONVENTION OF TEACHERS.
A notice of the second meeting of the conven?
tion or teachers or this State is published in the
Phoenix. The meeUug will be. held lu this city
December 2?. The invitation ls extended t-> all
persons desirous or advancing Hie Interest or ed u
cation tn this S ate, and as delegates wm be pass?
ed over the different railroads for one rare, and
entertained at the Nickcrsoa House at reduced
rates, M ls believed that a large attendance will
Those who propose to attend are requested to
notify Mr. Hugh S. Thompson, chairman or exec?
utive committee, at Columbia.
This move is one that should Interest th3 friends
of education, and all who can do so should make
it their duty to attend.
Professor Carlisle, so well known as a fine
speaker and writer, will deliver an address.
WASHINGTON, December 1.
The decrease in the public debt ls seven and
a half millions. Coin in the treasury, ninety
seven and a quarter millions; currency, twenty
four and a h alf millions.
A. J. Falls has been admitted' as chief clerk or
the Department ot Justice.
The commissioner or internal revenue decides
that the mere initials or owners, or the importer's
name on packages or cigars, ls Insufficient. The
name must be written in fuB for the purpose or
identification; ar.d in case or Imported cigars,
must ba written on the stamp 'affixed to such
Buutwell's estimate for the year ending June
30,18T2, are two hundred and eighty millions, ex.
elusive ol an unexpended balance which on June
SO was eighty-six millions.
THE SUEZ CANAL.
LONDON, December 1.
The Falmouth, Gibraltar and Malta cable
The Suez Canal is to pass under English con?
trol. The Duke of Sutherland will probably be
chairman of the company.
THE END NOT TEL
THE FRENCH CLAIM VICTORIES
EVERYWHERE, AND A
Bloody Battles-Plan* of tue Army or
thc North-Strength of Pnlladines.
LOKDON, December 1.
The Telegraph say.s that the feeling ls be?
coming universal throughout England that the
French war is drawing to a close. It ls reporte d
that Pallailine3 was not only wounded, but cap?
tured, yesterday. A balloon, probably from Paris,
seen over the English Channel, was driven sea?
ward by the violent east wind. It ?3 unquestion?
ably lost in the Atlantis.
Letters by balloon- from Paris, private lette'rs
from Versailles and d'opatches from Berlin, all
concur in representing the prospeots of the French
as extremely gloomy. Thc Germans in the late
engagements with thc army of the Loire lost
enormous y; still their positions were maintain?
ed. The efforts .of Pallauines to advance to the
relief of Paris have Leen foiled. The provisions
in Paris are almost exhausted; scarcely a fort?
night's supply remain.
VERSAILLES, December 1.
The acceptance of Prussia's conditions of peace
by the Paris branch of the French Govcrnm ent
will be required before the capitulation of Paris
ls received. The army of the Loire ls retreating;
Its present position and numbers are unknown.
The Eastern Question.
BERLIN, December I.
Trlvatc advices from Vienna say that Austria,
England and Italy will accept the Prussian pro?
posal for a conference. It is understood fiat
Russia's claims will not be prejudiced by her par?
ticipation In the conference.
TOUHS, December L
The English dispatch relative to a conference ls
received. No answer has been returned, lt ls
understood that the government is Inclined to
consider England's course Irregular In urging
French adherence toa proposition coming from
NEW YORE, December L
A special telegram from London states that the
Cabinet complications thicken, and a dissolution
seems Inevitable. The Times suggests an imme?
diate assembly of Parliament.
Report of a Great Bnttlc Around Paris.
LONDON, December 1.
It said that the Prussians suddenly evacuat?
ed Amiens retiring toward Paris. This movement
ls regarded as very important at Lille, where lt ls
believed the great battle ls progressing around
Paris to day. The Paris Moniteur chronicles six
Plans of thc Army of the North.
BRUSSELS. December L
The Independence Beltre, of to day, referring to
the orderly retreat of the French army or the
North towards Arras, says it will doubtless occu?
py the great quadrilateral formed by the for?
tresses of the north, which are impregnable.
Reported French Successes.
LONDON, December 1.'
The French claim to have woa a victory at
Beaune Larolande. The victors, the French say,
were young conscripts, under fire for the first
time. They were gallant and steady. The French
have recovered the following places: Bessie Nor
gent, Charmasel, Sr. Calais, Mondonbleu and
Battles of Nfnts and Mezleres.
TOURS, December 1.
A credit for thirty five million francs has been
opened to settle actual contracts for armament,
and a credit of fifteen million for ulterior pur?
poses, in addition to these credits, four million
two hundred thousand francs has been opened
for the purchase or grain In Algeria. The expor?
tation of cereals from Algeria and elsewhere is
The following dispatch has been received here
rromNluts,ln the department of the Cote d'Or,
dated yesterday :
"An engagement occurred at Gernley to-day,
eetween a body of Francs-tlreurs from the depart -
ment of Eastern Pyrenees, and a Prussian col?
umn. The latter was not supplied with artillery.
In the afternoon-the fight was extended to the
village of Nlnts, where the Francs-tlreurs were
supported by tho Gardes Mobile from the Vosges
which came up from Beaune. Thc French were'
successful. The Prussian hm was severe-their
dead strewn In all directions. Ouly fifteen prison?
ers were taken by the French."
The following dispatch ls from Vendome, ia the
Departradjli of the Loire, dated yesterday, and
has just been given to the public here:
"The Prussians have evacuated this city, as
well as Blois, Chateau Dun, and Chateau Neuf
and Loire, to day. They twice assaulted Mez
ieres, and were twice repulsed. The fight lasted
nine hours. The French captured ono oltlcor
and three hundred and forty-five men. Tne
French loss ' was small. Thc morale of the army
Strength of Pulladines.
NEW YORK, December L
The World"s special from Tours to the night of
the 30; h, says all well with the army of the Loire.
Thc Prussian dispatches concerning the fight ina:
on the 28th are wholly fallacious. Palladlnes holds
well In hand in the Immediate vicinity of Orleaus
the Flft eenth. Sixteenth, Seventeenth and Eigh?
teenth Army Corps, numbering in all one hun?
dred and thirty thousand men. The right rear ls
formed of thc Eighteenth and Twentieth Army
Corps, whereof Bourbaki now ac-epts the com?
mand, and is 67,000 strong. The left rear ls com?
posed of the Twenty-first Corps. The whole of
these-forces were well conceutrated during the
recent fighting, and inflicted on the enemy great?
er loss than they themselves suffered. There ls
great confidence in Palladlnes. The government
has ordered the construction of eleven entrench?
FLORENCE, December 1.
A delegation from the Span'sli Cortes will ar?
rive on Sunday, when the vote of the Cortes and
the acceptance of the Duke of Aosta will be es?
pecially submitted to King Victor Emanuel.
Three hundred ?nd thirty of the deputies In the
italian Parliament have been re-elected. One
hundred aud seventy-two ol' thc deputies are now
Escorting thc Spanish King.
FLORENCE, December I.
The Spanish escort fleet has arrive! at OeneU.
THE FISHERY QUESTION.
TORONTO. CANADA, December l.
The Globe, on the fishery question, says :
"We in Canada have an impression that there ts
very little to sett'e. We have already granted
very reasonable concessions; but we cannot allow
American fishermen to steal our fish. American
fishermen caunot plead Ignorance of our regula?
tions, from the fact that their own government,
at the commencement or the season, warned
them of the existence of these regulations, and of
the consequences that would ensue If they were
disregarded. If a reckless schooner or two from
New England chooses to infringe upon our do?
main, we cannot, on that account, set about tink?
ering old treaties, or patching up new ones."
CHINESE HOMEWARD BOUND.
SAN FRANCISCO, December L
The steamer Great Republic sailed for Yoko?
hama to-day, carrying 803 passengers, all but six?
teen of whom are Chinamen, going home to spend
I he winter. She took a valuable cargo, lnoludlng
1800 barrels of flour. An agent for the Pacific
railroad also goes, to establish passenger agen?
cies in Cliina.
WILMINGTON, December l.
. The drawing of the' North Carolina Benefi?
cial Association took place to day. The follow?
ing numbers drew the principal prizes: No. 3310,
$5000; No. C0O6, $2500; No. 5778, $2500; No. 2S42,
$2000; No. 1407. $2000; No. 4412, $1000; No. 14S6,
$500; Kai 404, $500. The ticket No. 1407 is held
by a Citizen of Wilmington.
GOLD AUD BOND MARKET.
NEW YORk, December 1-Evening.
There is nothing new In monetary situations,
though the street Is full of rumors. Prime pa?
per 7aS; some choice names 10>i. Sterling con?
tinued very weak. Gold was rather dull all day.
Sixty-twos fours CJ?; fives same; new 9}?;
sevens same; eights 0}?'. forties 6>i; Tennessees
60H> new 58; Virginias 6Q}?. new 63)i; Louisianas
71, new 65; levees 71; eights 39; Alabamas loi;
fives 70; S?rth Carulinas 47tf, new 26; South Car
ollnas SS; new 68X.
MOBILE, December 1.
Horses are arriving daily to contest the pre
miums at the fair. Tue city ts fast filling with
strangers to attend the fair, whic.:- promises to be
a success. Captain AfooreU, Roach's, Cottrell's,
Tyler's, Shanlaw's, Myers's, Taylor's and William"
son's horses are a!re.?iy here. Others will arrive
to-day. A purse of two hundred dollars extra is
offered for the best double leam driven py the
owners. _ \
HEART'S CONTENT, December 1.
A steamer will be dispatched Immediately
after t;e cable steamer Lowe, to inform her of
the trouble and aid in its removal.
LARGE FIRE IN NEW. ORLEANS.
NEW ORLEANS, December 1.
The Varieties Theatre, John Hawkins's store?
room, the Schiller coffeehouse and Liner's stable
have been destroyed by a fire which originated
this morning In the property room of the theatre.
The'adjoining building was damaged. The loss
amounts to $250,000-Insurance $ioo,ooo. Two
firemen belonging to t he local c mpanles arc re?
ported to be under the fallen wails.
SFARKS FROM THE WIRES.
All the passengers by tho Bremen steam?
ship Union, ashore off the coast of Scotland, are
It is understood that there ls a movement on
foot In Washington to remove the Federal officers
In Louisiana who did not act with thc straight
Republicans in the recent election.
The loss by the burning of Hopkins, Dwight,
Trowbridge A Co.'s cotton warehouse In New
York 13 $60,000. They are insured for $140,000;
therefore there will be no loss to them or their
customers._ _ _
ALL ABOUT THE STATE.
The Watchman reports several cases of
horse-tbieviuir in Sumter County. Mr. James M.
Jennings and Mr. Turner Davis, are among the
& in-house Burned.
On Saturday last thegin-hi use of Mr. T. D. Fox
worth, near Privateer, about ten miles from Sum?
ter, look fire and was destroyed, with about three
bales of colton, two hundred bushels of seed, a
lot of bagging and ties, ami all the other contents.
The fire was occasioned by a match which was
seen, smelt and heard.
Hotel Arrival?, December 1.
Wm. Byrner, Augusta; C. Hle'skell, Phila?
delphia; W. B. Young, Staunton; Otto Meyer and
wife, New York; A. J. Cox, Boston; J. T. Settle,
Baltimore; B. F. Jenkins, Richmond; L. C. Dun?
can, New York; J. A. Lovett, Wm. Boredln, New
Orleans; C. C. Gilbert and wife, Bo3ton;L.W.
James, New York; E. C. Week, Florida; Mr. an.d
Mrs. Churchill, New York; E. T. Walton, Wilming?
ton, Del.; M. Caffe, New York; Wm. H. Elder, St.
Louis; S. D. Sollers, Savannah; J. M. Jones, New
York; S. H. Sanders, Sumter; A. M. Corrie, Flo?
Geo. Pettel, cincinnati, O.; C. S. Beatty, Nor?
folk, Va.; Wi B. Timmon?, J. S. M. Smith, Tlra
mousville; W. P. Miller, Orangeburg, S. C.; S. W.
Dossetr, Coward's; A. J. Price, Clarendon; Albert
Bedeaux, .Skiff & Gaylord; E. W. Bache, Maryland;
J. J. Crawford, Augusta, Ga.; J. D. Wiggins, Co?
lumbia; M. W. Hughes, Orangeburg; J. F. Smith,
Brewerton; S. li. Mahoney, Laurens; J. S. Smith,
M. D. brewerton; D. Monroe, Newberry.
T. E. O. Power ami wu*e, New York; J. H. Fuller
and lady, New York; Miss Laura Keene. Philadel?
phia; Miss Maria Simmons aud maid, New York;
G. C. Tonscett, Philadelphia; Mr.-?. J. T. Bowley,
New York; Alfred Rhett, South Carolina.
TnE CHARLESTON STEAMSHIPS DJ NEW YORK.
The Sew York BUIIKUD, in its Lssuc of Tuesday
The facilities for docking vessels and for re?
ceiving and dlschar^inz cargoes being much too
small at Pier 5, North River, for the rapidly in?
creasing business of thc Charleston line of steam?
ers, the company have leused the large pier at
Hie foot of Warren street, No. 2B, amt, as soon as
U eau bc put lu thoruugh order, will remove to
this pier. For the accommodation of shippers
and passengers thia will be a very great improve?
ment, BB Hie new pier ls nearer the centre of
business, and is very spacious and easy of access,
particularly for Height to and from the northern
part of thc State and the great West. Business has
increased very rapidly with this line within the past
year, and has necessitated the building of larger
and luster steamers. The Georgia, which has juBE
been added to the h ne,H truly a magnificent vessel,
and one which will fully answer Hie purpose, be?
ing of large carrying capacity, an excellent model
for speed, and nt teil wit n every knowu appliance
for comfort and safety. Tho new vessel has an
iron hull of extra thickness. Is thoroughly fasten
ened throughout willi iron, and has wrought iron
beams and knees. Her cabins aro elegantly
finished in bird's-eye maple, black walnut and ma?
hogany, and the state-nunns in a similar way;
each room ls furnished wita the best kind of
spring mattresses, ami heated by steam. The Geor?
gia has accommodations fur about. 125 first-class
cabin passengers and a large h umber in the steer?
age. Every attention has been paid to the comfort
of both classes uf travellers, and no steamer can
excel, and only one or two can equal her In this
particular among those now running down the
ciust in this or any other employ. This vessel
is a side-wheeler and is fast, having made the
passage from Charleston to this port In lifty-three
hours, with a large cargo, consisting or about
2<00 bales or colton, and a large amount of
rice and naval stores, which is a very fuir cargo
for a vessel or I80o ions reglstpr.' But she can
carry even more cot tun than this, and is esti?
mated at 3u00 bales capacity. The wheels or
this shlji are or the new kind, which are
worked With eccentric rods conuectiug tvlth
each bucket which turns, or feathers, them as
soon as they have done their work in the
waler, thus saving a very large amount of
power which ls wasted in the old style wheel,
and giving Increased sneed with less liability
to breakage in a heavy sea. The engines are
very massive aud un Hie oscillating principle,
which a vol s too much top weight, gives less
liability to rolling and strain upou the hull, and
saves a very great amount of usele^ss strain
upon the upper works, besides being safer and
much more comfortable in a sea way. Tue cy?
linders sixtv inches in diameter, aud In stroke
eighty-four inches. The eng nes were built in
Chester, Penn., and are first-class in every re?
spect. The uwners of steamship lines wno have
the discernment to seethe recuperative power ol
the South and to provide for lt. are deserving ol
the succ?s- which this line lias earned and are
enjoying. With the present, energei lc management
the line win bit sure to prosper and make money
for Hie stockholders. The new steamer ls com?
manded by Captain S. Crowell, who ls thcaenlot
captain In the line, and ad nlrably suited for the
position. Mr. Charles E. Uenslow, purser, under?
stands his business thoroughly, and has a capaci?
ty for his position rarely possessed by officers of
sea-going steamers. With o ince rs so well caleu?
la: ed to make passengers comfortable and ses
voyages pleasant, this vessel and Une must be fa?
vorites with thc travelling public and shippers ol
THE LA VEENS VI LL E CAMPAIGN.
The military editor of the Newberry Herald
prints a highly interesting report ot the Lauren a
villc campaign. He says':
On Friday last a portion of the Qfth array corp3
arrived here from Tennessee on the way to Lau?
rens, and on Saturday morning they marched for
their destination. The nonjj?cr was said to be
about three hundred. It waylaid that another
body took another road, that a park of artillery
was also en route for the same plac?, that a regi?
ment was also moving on Spartanburg and Union,
ami that another regiment was tobe scattered
promiscuously. Is this all Joe's doings? What does
it mean? What does Joseph want ?
LATER -Men who are acquainted with sounds
ailinn that they heard cannon tiring on Sunday
STILL LATER.-Joseph's army are retiring upon
Newberry, having accomplished the Job which he
had on foot for Laurens. They are within four miles
of the town. The General arrived on Monday
night at 8 o'clock, considerably Jaded from the
effects of the three days' campaign. The battle
was fought at Mllam's Creek, and resulted In favor
of tue flag of the Union; eleven distinguished
prisoners taken-no others wanted.
TUESDAY, 9 A. M.-The army has returned full
of elan, and now occupy Newberry.
77ie Prisoners.- Colonel Smith Jones, sheriff,
Stobo Garllngton, Dr. Richardson and son,
Colonel Mosely, Henry Sober, J. Y: H. Williams,
Spencer Harris, Gooree Copeland and son, and
Ford Todd, were precipitately sent to Columbia,
Tuesday morning before day, In consequence of a
report that twelve hundred cavalry were coming
to their rescue. (Of course no such thing was
contemplated, and the originator of this vile re?
port ought to be whipped, if only for the Incon?
venience and pain inflicted on thc prisoners io
this unnecessary night movement.)
VERY LATEST.-The army with ordnance wag?
ons unopened, Aa, ls leaving for Columbia to con?
centrate upon Joe, and thus has ended the most
brilliant and bloodless victory, of a short cam?
paign, recorded in the annals of war.
-The New York Tost, an administration paper,
but in favor of a revenue reform, after carefully
anal? zing the politics of the members of the next
Congress, says the "revenue reformers will elect
the next Speaker, and thereby control the organ
lzat on of committees and regulate the legisla?
tion of Congress." According to the Post, the
next House will contain 122 revenue reformers,
78 prot ec: ion'st s and 45 doubtful votes, which will
probably be pretty evenly distributed, allowing
about 140 votes as to the strength of the reform
p trty. This statement or the Post, II true, Is Im?
portant, not only politically, bnt In a business
-lt ls sad to think, when so many people are
In actual want of clothes, that other people catf*
be found In New York willing to waste $400 on
the dress of a single doll.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining In the Postofflce
at Charleston, for the week ending December l,
1870, and printed officially In THE DAILY NEWS,
as the newspaper having thc largest circulation
in the City of Charleston.
49- Persons calling for Letters Advertised,
should state that they are "Advertised."
na- Office hours from 8 A. M. to ?,'," P. M. On
Sundays, from &>,' to 6K P. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT. Postmaster.
Agen. Mary Fleming, Brid- lOlland.Mrs Ann
Ann get O'Neil, Eliza
Allston, Mrs E Fleming, Marg- Parmer, Rebec
F ret I ca
Barton, Jane Oeden, Rose iPaulding, Thos
Battis. MIPS E Ghers, Rebecca, James
Bell, Miss Nep- Gibbs, Louisa Perry, Sarah
tnne Gibs, Emma ?Peo!ie, Rebecca
Bell, Miss Mary Glven.Lncy Ann Thilip?, Mrs A
C Gilbert, Mrs r, tiiPitcher, Emma
Bell, Miss Carrie Goodshall, Mrs J
Bell. Miss Vir- L C Rabuel, Lou
Klnla Green, Nanc , leer
Beldon, Mattie Graham, Mlp'b F. Ralney, Sarah
P Grant, Elizabeth Rahders, Mrs L
Bird, Mrs Ferry E C -
Bostick, Aunt G ri mn, Mary Rah nil, Mary
Jane Jane Ramsey, Mrs.M
Bowley, MtB J V Hammond, Jen- H
Brown, Martha nie Richardson, Ell.
Bau ton, Christi- HHppoldt, Mrs J sie
na n Rivers, Sophia
Caldwell, Mary Har len, Jane C Roberts, Mary
C Harrison Matu- Helen
Oapers.MrsThos da Rnmley, Mrs "L
Farr Harvey, Corne- L
Casey. Mrs WU- Ha Rutledge, Marla
liam Henry, Mrs Jes- schofield, Mrs H
Carter, MrsNel- sie L
son Howard, Emily |Slau, Cecelia E
Campbell, Mrs Hutton, Margret Simmons, Erny
Susan Irrden, Mles Al- Simmons, Mary
Champlln, Mrs beno Singleton, Ola
George Ann Jenkins. Anna nah
Clark, Mrs Sa- Jones, Ella Separtez, Wil
rah Jones, Julia - lertz
Clennlon. Snsan Johnson, Miss A Stevens, Francis
Cohen, Alice C Ker, Eliza F L
Corcoran, Ann Laronssellere, Slurk, Caroline
Congan, Cathe- Mrs E F Strauss, Betzle
rlne . Lowry, Annie steckley, Eliza
Coe, Agnes E Lucas, Joseph Sv mmes, Sarah
Cooper, Alice Mayraut, Ema- Washington,
Cordray, Miss M Unge Sarah
W Malode, Mrs An Walton, Mrs E J
Cook, MrsJactho na Washington,
Cross, Mary Meyer, Metta Mrs Julam
Daniels. Lizzie Morillo. Mrs M Warren, Mrs
Davis, Elizabeth Morris, Sophia Margret
Doyle, Miss An- Moles, Clara Wells, Mrs John
nie Molen, AnnC Weston, Ellen
Dodge, Emma Morrison, Eliza- Whltsell, Emma
Doughty, Jessie beth whiting, Ella J
E Montgomery. Whaley, Mrs
Duggan, Mar- Mrs George Williams, Lydia
grct Morrison, Clo- Williams, Lettie
Dunn, Abbie risa Williams, Nancy
Edwards, Lue-Muller, Mrs A Williams, Alex
gcnla Murphy, Mrs ine
Espey, Miss L Murry, Mary wilson, Alice A
V McDonald, Mrs Wilson, Mary
. Benny Ann
Alger, CCA CoiGranvllle, M B Powers, Pierce
Alston, John Grosse, F S Price. John
Allen. Alfred Haines, William Proprietors of
Alexander, Hall, Hamlton American no
James Haynes, Robt tel
Baker, William Harney, John Purcell, William
Baker, Sollmon Hanley A Co s
Behrman, Fritz Halemot, R L Rantin, Charles
Berrv, Benjamin Hampton, Ward C
(coVd Hail, Jacob Rabb, George M
Beresiord, Haster, Herman Read, William.
Frank Hainan, Joseph Reed, W FJ
Bensen, Hlnrlch Hay, Dr F J Kegtn, Patrick
Bird, Rev Jonas Heutlckson, Ryan, Harry
Birch, E F Theodore Sanders, Robert
Blake, F W Heard, P N School, L
Bowles, George Hands, William Schaff, L
p i'lnson. Jno Screven, Thom
Brown, Pompey Howard, W J as E, Jr
Brager, John Hutson, J W Schlezer, John
Bryan A Hun- Husmau, Elber Schultz, Mr H
ter Jackson, W Seymour, Chas
Brunning, Jo- Jenkins, Joseph Seabrook, Wm
scph Jenkins, Benja- Schoolbred,
Bryant, Jones min James
Bott. Charles W Jenkins, Josh Simmons, Rev
Butler, Juhu S Johnson, M DJ
Carter, J Johnston, M P Simmons, J S
Calvitt' F L Jones, Alvenla Slmonds, H 8
Campbell, J W Kennedy, John Smith. G E
Campbell, W C F Smith, Samuel
P Kelly, Alexan- smith, Eddie
Casey Frank der Smith, Weslev
Carstens, Hern King, GD . R
O p Knotts, John W.small. Jno
Champt, D C Lance, Frank Smzlefritz, re?
charter,' W R W . I ter
Clinton Fed- Lecbenwood, C .Southwick.
rick La?an. T W Frank B
Clifford, F X Loyd, Nee ?Staley, C G
Cotter Simeon Lopes, Robert Stewart, John
Cochr?ue, Rob- Lucas, John F W
crt Mathews. J M Steadman, Wei?
dman, R H Mathews, S ley
Collalr J II Mangan, John Sumter, John
Days ?bham Martin, Charles Sullivan, C C
Daly John Meier, John Taylor, John
Daman. G W Michell, Julius Taylor, Marks
Dent. James M Michell, G C Taylor. W H
Doran, Andrew Miller, Peter Taylor, J C R
j Morrison, John Tal mage, T H
Doyle, C Morison, James Tlmmas, Henry
Drayton, C H Morse, A il W
Danoney, Jo- Moore, William Wallace, John
aeph Murhead, R M Walker, Robert
Dunne, John Murry, James Walker, J B
Edwards, CL Murray, P L Ward, Charles
Perers, Jacob Mulder, Hlnrlch E
Ferguson, S Myer, John A Way, A M
Ferguson, C MeNally,Patrick Watt, George
Fulas, William Neuville, Henry Washington, R
Flovd F E Newman, S N Werner, R
Fox, David W O'Brien, Luke White, W C
Fox, John Park, Joseph E White, W H
Fordham, M Parham, Frank Williams, John
Ford, Peter Pattieson,Frank Wldlams.John A
Friend, George Percy, Jose J IWIISOD, James
Fromuel, F G Pinkoson, Mr iWiermann, Eide
Gerties. Ch Plummer, Bi A Iwinpate, Jona
Gibbes, R Palmer. M iZe. bst, J D
j$-T Persons depositing letters In the Postofflce
will please place the stamp near the upper right
hand corner of the envelope, and they will also
please to remember that without the stamp a let?
ter cannot be malled, but will be sent to the Dead
ffr THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances of Mr. and'Mrs. H. F. Frenden?
berg, and those of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Meyer, are
repectfully invited to attend the Funeral Services
of the INFANT SON or the former, at io o'clock
THIS MORNING, the 2d Instant, corner Wentworth
and Lynch streets, dec2-*
pS- THE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barral, and of their son
WILLIAM, arc respectfully Invited to attend the
Interment of the latter, at Magnolia Cemetery,
THIS AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock. dec2-*
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-You are hereby summoned toappearat
the Engine House, at l E. M. THIS DAY, in full
Uniform, (black pants,) to pay the last tribute of
respect to your late comrade, WILLIAM BAR?
RAL, Ja. WM. 0. MILLER,
ps- THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances of MISS ELIZABETH A. MAN, and
of her Sister, Miss Mary C. Man, are respectfully
invited to attend the Funeral Services of the for?
mer, at her late residence, No. 91 Calhoun street,
THIS AFTERNOON, at half-past 3 o'clock, without
~JE9"^THE WOOD"FACTORS' WILL
oblige the bulles of the Fuel Society by sending
In their estimates before the 6th of December.
They must be left at the Depository, Chalmers
street By order of the President._nov29-7
ps- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Check No. 197, dated August 13th, 1870, for
$7000, signed JOHN DUNN, Oh al rm an'Board of
County Commissioners, and drawn On E. s.
KUH, County Treasurer, has been lost or mis?
laid at columbia, South Carolina. This ls to warn
all parties that the said Check ls null and void,-no
equivalent having been received therefor,
By order of the Board.
JOHN HUNN, Chairman,
novlO-30 JAMES E. MCGREGOR, Clerk.
pS~TME GREAT .MEDICAL WONDER,
DR. HASKELL'S ELECTRIC OIL k Us. all pain in
two minutes. Cancers, Bolls, Tetter and Old
Sores, cured In 48 hours by Da. HASKELL'S CAR?
BOLIC CANCER SALVE. For sale at retail by1
G. W.. AI M AR, COHEN'S MEDICAL DE?
DE, H. DAER, POT,
A. O. BABBOT, DR. G. J. LUHN,
ED. S. BURNHAM, W. T. LITTLE A CO.,
M. H, COLLINS A CO., ALFRED RAOUL, M. D.,
GRAMAN A SCH WAKE, DR? W. A. SK RI NE.
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.,
And at wholesale by DO WIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
sole Agents for South Carolina novH-3mospaw
pSf AN OLD FRIEND.-FOR MANY
years the press of the country has chronicled the
beneficial effects of Hostetter'B Stomach Bitters.
Editors, anthon, physicians, merchants, officers
of the army and navy, chemists, counsellors,
ministers of the gospel, m short, a great cloud of
witnesses of every profession, trade and calling,
have testified to its efficacy as a tonic and regu?
lating medicine. The names and statements of
these witnesses have i>een published la the public
prints.- Many of them are well known to the
whole public. Their testimony has never been
challenged or impugned. This OLD FRIEND has
been tried and pronounced, on the authority of
those whose Uves and health It has preserved, a
pure, harmless and eminently salutary prepara?
tion. Attempts have been made to rival lt. They
have railed. There ls nothing equal to the enjoy?
ment experienced by the afflicted when using
this valuable specific. Its mild tone, the sure and
vigorous action upon a disordered stomach, and
th? cleansing of the entire human body, recom
mon* lt to the whole community as a RELIABLE
PS- TWO OR THREE COLDS IN SUC?
CESSION wm, with many constitutions, securely
establish the seeds of consumption in the system,
thus converting what was originally a. simple,
curable affection, into one generally fatal. While
ordinary prudence, therefore, makes lt the busi?
ness of every one to take care of a cold until lt ls
got rid of, intelligent experience fortunately pre?
sents a remedy In Dr. D. JAYNE'S EXPECTO?
RANT, thoroughly adapted to remove speedily
all Coughs and Colds, and one equally effective In
tho primary stages of Consumption, Asthma and
Bronchitis. Sold by aU Druggists. GOODRICH,
WISEMAN A CO., Wholesale Druggists, Oharles
ton, S. 0._nov30-wfm3
ps- A SENSATION IN THE FOOD
MARKET.-No such sensation has been created
In the food market during the present century as
that occasioned by the Introduction of tbe new
staff of life, (for so it m cy be Justly called,) known
as SEA MOSS FARINE. It is difficult to tell the
truth about this extraordinary article of diet
without being suspected of exaggeration. Pre?
pared from a marine plant which grows sponta?
neously on the Irish coast, lt ls by all odds the
cheapest species or sustenance.ever offered to the
masses; while the dishes prepared from lt cannot
be excelled, either for nutritions properties, epi?
curean flavor or variety. The SEA MOSS FARINE
COMPANY, No. 63 Park Place, who own the patent
under which lt ls manufactured, are doing a busi?
ness m this nw edible equal to that of the most
extensive flouring establishments la the country,
and are now erecting new mills to supply the
ever-increasing demand. From a 25c package
you can produce sixteen quarts of unsurpassable
Blanc Mange, Custard, Farina Cream, Jelly or
light Puddings. Invalids and convalescents find
the dishes made from lt more delicious, digestible
and restorative than any dainties of the same
class derivable from ordinary souro s.
?STLIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
:LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS, the most delightful and effective m the
.LIPPMANN GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS strengthens the debilitated._
LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS cures female complaints._
ps- LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
fERS cures "never well" people._
^LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS wui give an appetite._Jnnlo-fmw
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
er Impropriety of getting Married, with sanitary
help for those who reel unfitted for matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLE
Eyes made new, easily, without doctor or medi?
cines. Sent postpaid on receipt or io cents. Ad?
dress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
?S- AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TRUSSES.-Comfort and Cure for the Ruptured.
Sent postpaid on receipt or 10 cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue, New
GRAND EPOCH Di SCLENCE.
From the time when, in 1834, Dr. RUGGE dlscov
ered "Carbolic Acid" and RB extraordinary med!
cal effects, nothing in the history or Medicine ha
equalled lt. Largely used by the French physl
clans la treatment of consumptive and scrofu
loos diseases, lt was Introduced by tao Court Pb?
slclan of Berlin, MAX ERNST HENRY, Into Prue
sta, and from thence to the United states. Nc
thing else of the present day can egual HEN
RY'S SOLULION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTUM
RENOVATOR, Patients get better after only on
dote Tuu been taken, and we cordially recom men
lt to the pnhUa-pEditOT "Argus." jan" lyr
.opcnai iv onces.
"^^ONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
CHARLESTON, from New Torfe, are notified that
she ls discharging cargo THIS DAT at AdgerV
Wharf. Goods remaining uncalled for st sunset
will be stored at owner's risk and expense.
dccC-l JAMES ADOER A CO., Agents. '
FEMALE COMPLAINTS SHOULD
be cured, as they often can be, by a few doses of
AYER'S SARSAPARILLA. decS-fmwSDATf^
pa- GO TO GEORGE LITTLE & 00.':
for BOYS' OLOTHINO, all sizes. novUUfmw
?Sh BLACK DOESKIN. CASSIMEEE
PANTS, at $5. Formerly sold at $7, at
nov28-mwf ' . 0. E. A A. S. JOHNSON'S. .
ps* NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS/ '"ABB*
hereby .cautioned against erklang any;of tn?
Crew of the British Bark BLOMIO?N, as no debts
of their contracting will be paid by tho Captain,
Or H?NRY CARD,
. decl-3_ Agent.
MW* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Tug Boa' J. R. STABLES is not nable
for any bills 'contracted without the consent of
her Agents, WILLIAM'ROACH A-00.
nov30-3 . _DAVID RISLEY.
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SCOTT'S- SCOTT'S .
SCOTT'S SCOTT'S . '. ;
SCOTT'S < SCOTTS
SCOTTS SCOTT'S rv? ti
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTTS
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTT'S
SCOTTS. STYLES SCOTTS .
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTTS
SCOTTS STYLES .SCOTTS.
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FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND WLNTER -
FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND WLNTER
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GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS ~
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS '
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS . *l
NOW READY.. , ... _.
. -t j IHMEN?B STOCK OF
PAPER COLLARS, CHAMPION BRACES,
STAR SHIRT? UNDERSHIRTS,
NECKTIES, ' UMBRELLAS,
SOCKS, CALL DRAWEES,
SCARPS, AMD sn CANES, 1
CANES, THU. SCARFE, ?
UNDERSHIRTS, STAR SHIRTS,
CHAMPION BRACES, PAPER COLLARS,! .
IN GREAT VAYIETY * N
IN CREAT VARIETY
IN GREAT VARIETY
SCOTT'S STAB SHIRT EMPORIUM,
' oe ts Opposite the Market.
The undersigned would respectfully call fee
attention of the publlo to their large and elegant;
MEN'S, YOUTHS'. AND BOY'S CLOTHING,
AND FTJRNI8HrNG GOODS,
Just received, and offering at exceedingly -
An early call is respectfully solicited, and satis
faction guaranteed In every instance.
GEORGE LITTLE A 00., '
No. 218 King street,
novis-fmw Below Market street.
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR.
The Proprietor of this pleasantly located and
elegantly furnished Establishment, at the State
Capital, desires to Inform the travelling publlo and
others seeking accommodations, th a", the "CO?
LUMBIA" is m every respect a first-class HoteL
dnsurpassed by any In the State or the United
States, Situated In the business centre of the
city, with fine large airy rooms, and a table sup
Siled with every delicacy or the season, both from
ew York and Charleston markets, the Proprie?
tor pledges that no efforts wul be spared to give
perfect satisfaction m every respect.
A first-class Livery Stable 1B attached to th?
Hotel, where vehicles of every description can be
had at the shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend the arrival and departure of
every Train. WM GORMAN,
. Proprietor and Superintendent. .
J. D. BUDDS, Cashier. aprlS-wfm
JQy HENRY'S RETREAT, ^ffj
So. SOT EAST BAY, ONE DOOR BELOW BROAD
2. Oysters always fresh on hand.
3. FREE LUNCH from half-past 10 o'clock
4. Meals at au hours. Dinner served from lt
6. Meals served on Sunday until 2 P. M.*
fl. The best IMPORTED WINES, Liquors and
Havana Cigars. .'
7. Only place in town for good genuine Hot
Tom and Jerry. *
Give me a calL
A HAMMERS CH MIDT,
Formerly Barkeeper at the Mills House.
H E SINGER ?IANTJFACTTJRLNG
have opened a si?te Agency for the sale of their
CELEBRATED SEWING MACHINES, at No. 197
King street, Charleston, where Silk, Cotton and
Flax Threads, Needles, Aa, may b 3 obtained.
Attention ls invited to our
NEW FAMILY "SEWING MACHINE
?RJT- NEW MANUFACTURING 'MACHINE,
in which simplicity and durability are combined.
Machines for sale on the LEASE PLAN. Stitch?
ing done to order. "?tsS A
Local and Travelling Agents wanted.
THE SINGER SEWING MACHINE AGENCY",.'
No. 197 King Street, Charleston.
.WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOOK-STITCH
are the best In use.
For Bale on the .Lease Plan, with monmir pay?
ments, on easy terms, or for cash. An kinda of
Machine attachments. Needles, Cotton, (wntte,
black and colored,) silk, Oil, Soap, Ac, Ac
Repairing as usual. Circulars and samples of
work sent on application. ' ??
D. B. HASELTON,
General Dealer tn First Class Sewing Ma?
chines and Material, No. 807 King stree!,
aoglT Charleston, S, 0..