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VOLUME X.-NUMBER 1465.
CHARLESTON, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER I, 1870.
S?X DOLLARS A YKAH.
THE STATE CAPITAL.
ELECTION OE JUDGES.
Re-election of Judge Wright to thc Su?
preme Bench and Election of Colonel
R. F. Graham to the Bench of the
First Circuit-Whipper In Trouble
The Bank of the State.
[SPECIAL TEL KG lt A M TO TUE NEWS.]
COLUMBI*. December e.
Wright was to-day re-elected by the Gene?
ral Assembly associate justice on the Supreme
Bench of the State. Colonel Robert F. Graham,
of Marlon, was elected judze of the First Circuit,
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation
of Jfidge Carpenter.
The details of the election are a? follows: At 15
minutes after 2 o'clock, a concurren: resolution
was passed to go Into the e ectlon for jndges, thc
former resolution being rescinded. This action
was decided npon late last night in cancus. Both
of the candidates were elected on the first ballot,
which stood as follows: For associat3 justice of
the Supreme Court-Wright 80, C. D. Melton 20,'
Hege 14. For judge or the First Circuit-R. F.
Graham 90, Wm. Whaley ll, scattering 15. The
election was unattended by excitement.
A motion was made to expel W. J. Whipper
from the Legislature, but after a long debate de?
[We presume the motion was ba^ed on the fact
that Whipper holds other public offices, contrary
to the provisionsof<he constitution.-Eos.j
H. H. Klmpton, President BuBh, of the Green
vUle Railroad, Judge Porter, W. H. Trescot, Esq.,
and President Harrison, of the Blue Ridge Rail?
road, left for the North this morning.
THE BANE OF THE STATE.
The Supreme Court of the state has struck
from the docket the action Involving the validity
of the new bills of the Bank of the State of South
Carolina. Another war case ls thus disposed of,
and Judge Carpenter's decision upholding the
validity of the new bills is not sustained.
In the House, to-day, the speaker announced as
the standing committee ou contingent accounts,
J. B. Dennis, Wm. Simons,?J. L. Jamison, J. H.
White. B. Humphries and H. McDanlels.
The following bills were Introduced: By Wilder,
to punish persons obtaining property nnder false
pretences; to provide for the administration of
derelict estates, and ceding the jurisdiction of the
State or Sooth Carolina to the United States over
such lands as may be required lor public pur?
poses by the United States; by. Hedge-', to author?
ize the land commissioner to purchase lands on
Edisto and Wadmalaw Islands; by Mickey, au
thorlzing and requiring the county commissioners
of Charleston County to levy a special tax, also to
regulate the pay of grand and petit jurors; by
Levy, to appoint a general Inspector of bridges
aJfd trestle works.
Notice was given of the following bll!s: By
Hedges, for the appointment of three commission?
ers In each county to draw Jurors for tho Circuit
Court sitting within their county; also a bill au?
thorizing changed of venue; he also presented
articles of impeachment against Judge T. O. P.
Vernon, or the Seventh Judicial Circuit; by Levy,
to compel county treasurers to receive county
orders in foil for county taxes; by Smith, to es?
tablish a hospital for the poor of t'hn-t Church
Parish ha the County of Charleston; also to es?
tablish a reform school in the County of
Charleston; also a blH authorizing the land
commissioners to sell lands in parcels less
than twenty-five acres; by Humbert, a bill to pre
vent persons charged with crime from being
brought to trial when absent from court; also, a
bul repealing so much of the act providing for
the assessment and taxation of property as re?
lates to the taxation of hogs when such hogs are
raised for home consumption.
Mobley Introduced tbe following concurrent res?
olution, which was adopted :
Resolved, That a committee of three of the
House and Senate be appointed to luvestlgate the
affairs of the constabulary department, and that
said committee oe requested to report at os early
a day as practicable.
Smart introduced a bill to amend so much of the
Code as relates to the third, fourth and fifth cir?
Crews, Wblpper, Corwin, Wilkes and Jones were
appointed a committee to Investigate the official
conduct of Sheriff Jones and Judge Vernon.
The Mil to amend an act entitled "An ac . to
establish a State orphan asylum," was reac. a
seconfc time. An unfavorable report of the com?
mittee on the resolution to appoint a standing
committee on the Lunatic Asylum was adopted.
A bill to alter and amend an act entitled "An
act to provide a mode by which to perpetuate tes?
timony In relation to deeds, wills, choses in
action and other papers and records destroyed or
lost during the recent war," vas read the first
time. The bllpt > Incorporate Uta Port Royal Im?
provement company was read the first time.
The report of the committee on the Judiciary
en a resolution relative to the returns of the'
election for senator or Chesterfield County, was
The consideration of the resolution to authorize
the committee on privileges and elections to send
for persons and papers in the contested election
case or P. B. Tumpkins vs. F. A. Clinton, senator
from Lancaster County, was postponed.
lue resolution to direct inquiry as to the eligi?
bility of Hon. D. T. Corbin to a seat In the Senate,
offered by McIntyre, was postponed.
A resolution was offered that W. J. Wblpper be
expelled i rum the House. Tn Ls resulted from a
communication In th- Phoenix or this morning
setting forth that he had no right to hold his seat
as a member while a codifier of the laws. A long
and exciting debate" followed, which was part Iel
dated in by Whipper, Moses, Wilkes and others.
The resolution was tabled by ti rote ot yeas 93,
nays 6; and Whipper retains his teat.
Both Houses adjourned until Monday.
HOW SENATORS AXE MADE.
A Forty Thousand Dollar Office-The
Kfc-Klni Bill-Public Roads-T h e
Charleston Election Bill.
[PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
Thc- animals have tasted blood.! The red
iwg has beer shaken in their eyes, and they are
no.w prepared and ready for devouring. Mr.
Robertson, with the aid of Governor Scott, has in"
augurated this year the reign of bribery. It ls
now gare to say that no measure of Importance to
the State, or otherwise, will be passed this ses?
sion without money. We hear, in the know lag
circles, that forty thousand dollars waa used by
Robertson to secure his own election. The price
of votes was five hundred dollars apiece for the
rank and We, and for some or the more Influential
as high as two thousand was paid.
Every one is "flush" to-day, ?ind money can be
The election for associate justice will most like?
ly not be postponed, for lt win be desirous to have
it follow on the wake of the senatorial election as
closely as possible before the brutes clamor
again for money.
STATE ORPHAN ASYLUM.
The committee on charitable Institutions, H.
Cardozo chairman, to whom was referred the
bill to amend the act establishing the State Or?
phan Asylum, have reported favorably. The bill
provides that section 0 of the act to establish a
State Orphan Asylum, passed January IB, 1869, be
so amended AS to give.to the trustees the power
to bin% ont orphan children; provided, that the
trustees shall make it, in all cases, a condition
that the children snail receive a good common
fcfcool education, and t&at the trustees shall exer
else a supervisory control over such chlldret
ring the continuance nf their appentlceshlp.
COLUMBI V FEV ALE COLLEOB.
A memorial of the trustees or the Columbia
male College, praying to be relieved from
atlon, was presented to the Senate toda)
Xash. They show that the Institution was li
pora'ed In 1554; that the object or thelnstltt
was tiic mora! and mental education or tia
tcrs of Sou'li Carolina and her sister States;
a large sum or money was expended lu thc
chase o' grounds and construction or bulldi
Ac; that the Institution was eminently sue
rul and prosperous, until by reason of th?
poverlshtuent of the people by the ?ate war,
were no longer anio to afford the support
patronage previously given; that thelnstltu
was subject to a debt Increased in the cs:ab
j ment, considerable In amount, but entirely m
geable In an ordinary condition of thc conn
I that ?he trustees, in contemplation of Increi
burdens and diminished Income, reit coustra
to suspend thc f'auctions or the Institution
order to preserve tho valuable property f
sacrifice, having lt In view to continue the ins
tlon under more favorable auspices; that v
rous efforts are now maklnz. with strong lu
of success, to put the In si tuition at au early
on its proper basis; but this can bi done ouly
adjusting a considerable debt, and any dim
tl?n of the burden uow resting on the corpi
lion will materially aid in the resuscitation or
institution. They pray Tor an exemption ol
State, county aud municipal taxes. The pet!
is signed J. W. Kelly, pre-ldent. R. D. Sean, sc
tary. lt was referred lo committee on educat
TRIAL JUSTICES' FEES REDUCED.
. Section 2 of the act regulating the rees or ]
bate judges, clerks or courts, trial justices
magistrates, approved March l, 1870, ls amen
by the senate bill of to day for that purpose
that so much of that t-ectlon as provides for a
or three dollars to a trial justice "for trial on
criminal cascor misdemeanor" shall read a c
construed to mean "that for every trial of i
crimina1 case or misdemeanor, the trial jua;let
justice of the peace, before whom such case si
be tried, shall bc entitled to receive three doll
for such trial, which shalt be Inclusive or all f
fur recognizances taken, warrants Issued,
other proceedings, services and expenses wit
ever, Incident or necessary to such trial "
FOBSATION OP AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES.
The bill to provide for the creation and regu
tion or independent agricultural societies, im
dimed by Mr. Arnim, and read a first time in t
Senate on Tuesday, provides that wbenev r a
number of pcrsoLS, not lets than ten, who r.
residents of any county, or of two or more i
joining counties of this State, shall organ!
themselves imo a society, Tor thc prosecution
agriculture, horticulture and the mechanical ar
and shall, under their hands and teals, make
certificate, and acknowledge before a trial jt
tice, in which shall be specified the name of t
society, the object or its rormaticu, and t
county In which lt shall be located, and shall i
cord the tame In the clerk of the court's ottlce
such county, such society shall bc deemed a bo?
corporate and politic, with all the provisto:
usual y granted to Incorpora:lons. The act tak
effect Trom its passage.
WH?TTEMOKE ON LAW AND OROER.
Thc already ramous bill or Whltteinore's, rel
ting to the punishment or "Ku-Klux," suppose
to be or other? Ise, was Introduced by him ti
day. It evidently was gotten up by some Phill
delphla lawyer, who was bound nothing thou
escape him. Hence the numerous "ors" an
"ands" with which it abound?. Such a law,
carried out impartially, would have a good aa
saving influence on the State; but when it ls a
most certain that lt will be used to persecute hon
est men as well as to bring felons to Justice, th
prospector its passage ls not nattering. The fine
and penalties are lett blank, and a good deal o
discussion will, no doubt, come up on fllliut
ihem In. The bill will be a notorious one, an
may gain Mr."Whitmorei.the notoriety he ha
seemed to lose the past few months. Some o
its provisio is remindjDne very forcibly of the las
winter civil rights bill.
As a specimen or what lt ls, we give the firs
flvesect.ons of itentlre:
A BILL TO PROVIDE FOB THE PROTECTION OF PER
SONS, PROPERTY AND TUE PUBLIC PEACE, AND T(
TAX REAL ESTATE FOR THE 'EXPENSE OF TUI
Whereas, Threatenings, Intimidations and vlo
lences are uted lu por; ions of the Slate agains
the peace or the same; and whereas, the lawi
are set at defiance, and the officers or the lav
hindered, preveutcd and obstructed lu the dis
charge or their duties; and, whereas, armed, dis
gulse i and law ess persons are threatening, mal
i real lng and as urinating peaceable anu defence
U ss citizens; therefore.
Be ft enace>\, etc., If any person, by threats,
force or luumidarloti. or otner uulawiul means
shall hinder, prevent or obstruct, or shall com
blue and conledetate with others to hinder, pre
vent or obstruct any citizen in the enjoyment ol
his vested right, or endanger or Imperil his life.
liberty or peace, such person shall, lor every snell
offence, forfeit and pay io such citizen the sum ol
-dollars, to t e recovered by an action In tin
? ase, willi full co->ts ai.il such allowance ror coun?
sel lees as the court; having cognizance or the of
fence shall deem just; and also shall, Tor every
such offence, bu deemed guilty of u misdemeanor,
and, on conviction thereof, be lined not less than
-dollars, orbe Imprisoned not less than-,
or boih, at tue dlsi Ktion or the court.
SEC. 2. That If any perscn shall threaten, as
sault orluitmidute tiny citizen because of pqiltl
cal opinions, or the exercise of. political rights
and prlvllege8.guaranteed to every citizen of the
United States by the Constitution thereof, or for
such reason discharge from employment or occu?
pation, or eject such citizen Trom rented house or
Jif.ni. or other property, such petsou shall be
deemed guilty or a misdemeanor, and on convic?
tion thereor be fined not less than - dollars,
and lmpilsoned not less than-, or both, at the
discretion or the court.
SEC 3. That if any two or more persons shall
band or conspire together, or go in disguise npon
the public highway, or upon the premises of an?
other with latent to Injure, oppress, threaten or
violate the person or property of any citizen, t?e
cau.se or his political opinions, or his expression
or exercise or the ??me, or ?hall attempt by any
means, mea-mres or sets to hiuder, prevent or ob?
struct any citizen In the free exercise and enjoy?
ment or any privilege or right s cured to him by
the costitution and laws ol the United States, or
by the constitution and laws or this State, such
person shall be deemed guilty or a relony, and on
conviction thereof be fined not less ?han-and
be Imprisoned not less than-, or botu. at the
discretion or the court, and shall thereafter be
Ineligible to, and disabled from, hoidlug uuy
office of honor, trust or profit In tills State.
SEC. 4. That lr, in violating any of the provi?
sions Of this act, any other crime, misdemeanor
or relony shall be committed, the offender or of?
fenders thereor shall be subjected to such punish?
ment Tor the same as ls attached ror such crime,
misdemeanor uud felouy byMhe existing laws or
SEC. 5. That the solicitors, sheriffs, constables
and other officers in the Beveral circuits or coun?
ties, vested With power of arrestlug, Imprisoning
and bailing offenders against the laws of the
State, aud all other officers who may be specially
empowered by the Governor of the State, be and
are hereby specially authorized and required to
institute proceedings against all and every person
or persons who shall violate any or the provisions
or this act, and cause him and them to be arrest?
ed. Imprisoned or balled, as the casu may require,
for a trial before such court as than have juris?
diction ?r the offence.- and with a view to afford
the fullest protection to all citizens In their
every right and privilege; and to the prompt
discharge of ull thc requirements of this act
it shah be the duty of the Governor of the State,
from time to time, as the case muy require, to in?
crease the number of constub es, or other peuce
officers, In each county, so as to secure thc
Bi<eedy arrest aud examination of persons charg?
ed w>th thc violation of the provisions of this
act; and such constables or other peuce officers
are hereby authorized and req ilred to exercise
and discharge all the duties conferred on tht-m by
this act, and the same duties with regard to
offences created by this act, as they are authorized
and required by law to exercise with regard to
other offences agalnsi the laws of this State.
The title or the bill, as round In the journal, Is :
"A oill to protect persons and property, and the
public peace, against the lawless and merciless
outrages committed by masked and other despe?
radoes ia this Siatcs. and to provide for the ex?
pense or the same, and all damages therefrom,
by a tax upon the real estate of the people of the
counties In which such criminal acts may have
been or shall be committed."
REPAIR AND CONSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAYS.
Senator Smalls introduced, to-day, a bill to pro?
vide ror the construction and keeping In repair or
public highways and roads.
As thc matter is of interest to all persons living
outside of cities, we give the provision of thc bill:
By section 1 each ami every county of the State
shall, lmraediacely^after thc passage of the act, or
so soon thereafter a9 possible, be divided, or
cauBed to be divided, Into three (3) districts for the
better accomplishment of the object of the aci ,'
that the distric s of each county aforesaid shall
be under the supervision and mana-jemeni or the
commissioners or that county, each commission?
er to be assigned his particular dis'riet by the
chairman or the board.
Section 2 provides that it shall be the duty or
each or the commissioners or each district to
cause to be performed under his direction such
labor as ls necessary for t e construction and
keeping iu repair or the public highways and
roads lu the respective precincts to which they
The time allowed a commissioner for the per?
formance or the duty above speciiled is excluded
by the bill from the* time allowed him for the per?
formance of their other duties.
Each of the coinmissiouers ls allowed, as com?
pensation for the performance of the road duty,
the same rate per diem allowed by law for the
performance of other duties, that Is three dollars?"
Every person able to perform such a day's labor
ou the roads, as shall be considered by the com?
misioners the day labor or an able-bodied per?
son, shall, whilst so employed, receive the sum or
one dollar per diem. '
The comity commissioners are authorized to
levy such a tax as shall be considered absolutely
necessary r?r the purpose aforesaid ; provided the
tax sha 1 not exceed eighteen cents on every one
hundred dollars. The tax may be paid in money
or labor, at tho opilon of the taxpayer. For the
purposes of constructing aud repairing ol the
bridges, the county commissioners are authorized
to give the work to the lowest responsible bidder
and to demand a bond. They are rurtuer author?
ized and instructed, wheu necessary, to hire
means of transportation.
Section 9 reads: That In order to facilitate the
payment of money due for labor and expenses in?
curred ander this act, the county treasurer or
each county Is hereby required to be present
either in person or by his deputy within thc road
district, when work ls being done, in order to pay j
lor the same ami at the end or each week.
VACANT SEATS IN THE SENATE.
Mr. Hayes, from the committee on privileges
and elections m the Senate, to whom was refer?
red a'resol ut ion or inquiry as to vacant scats in
the Senate from Abbeville, Charleston and
Georgetown, reported back the same, with the
Information that lt appears, upon Investigation,
that vacancies in the office of senator exist in
Abbeville and Georgetown Counties, and the com?
mittee ask for further time for consideration of
the vacancy suggested to exist In the ofilceof
senator from Charleston County.
This report did not evidently meet with ap?
proval by all. There was an attempt made to
consider the resolution at once, but Whlttemore
objected to any suspension of thc rules for such a
report as that, and lt went over. It will come up
Tor consideration to morrow, and the matter will
be thoroughly discussed.
Mit. HURLEY'S BILLS.
Mr. Hurley introduced three bills ol incorpora?
tion to day. None or them show what ls the
nature of the business contemplated except by
the title, and thc bills arc framed in accordance
with thc general Incorporation bill. They are as
A bill to incorporate the South Carolina Land
and Improvement Company ; a bill to incorporate
the American Cotton and Woollen Company or
South Carolina, and a bill to Incorporate the
United States Manufacturing Company or Colum?
bia, S. C.
The incorporators of the fl rat named company
are: James Perkins, ; Charles Oatmen, Lewis
Gregg, Waller Johnson and Emery Bander; of
the second, Lewis Thompson, James Johnson,
Daniel Pratt, M. M. Watkins, Henry Montgomery
and E. II. Spnggins; and of thc third, F. E. Dow?
ner, P. J. Stone, K. Lattee, Marcus Smith, John
Mitchell and Tom Brown. The capital stock or
the two former ls one million, ami may be In?
creased to two; ol thc latter three million, and
may bc Increased to Ave.
ELECTION OF ALDEKMEN IS CHARLESTON.
The olll introduced in the House to-day, by
Mr. Baseman, to prescribe tho mode or election or
aldermen in the City or Ctiar:oston, and which
was referred to the committee on elections, is a
good moasuic, and ls Intended to make thc elec?
tion In Charlton conform to that of other large
cities. Tbe bill provides, substantially, that on
and after the passage of the act, each ward In the
City or Charleston shall elect the aldermen to
which it ls entitled by law. Thc candidates for
aldermen in iac!i murd who shall receive the high?
est number or all the votes cast shall be declared
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO B'UILD SCtlOOL-UOrSES.
Notice was given ol a bill to-day, iiy Lee, to em?
power boards of county commissioners to levy
taxes tu build school-houses. In the "whereas."
lt ls stated that the financial condition or the sev
eral.count.les precludes the possibility of attempt?
ing any uniform method orsupplylng their wants.
The several boards of county commissioners are
empowered to levy such a tax BB In their Judg?
ment will bc required fur the purpose of building
school-houses, and for no other parp?se what?
ever. Thc commissioners are to oversee the
work, and the bills audited by the andltor will be
paid by the treasurer.
THOSE SENATS COMMITTEES AG Am.
The feeling of dissatisfaction in the Senate as
to the manner In which the committees have been
managed have not entirely died out, although lt
got to-day wh.r ought to have been a death blow.
After some reluctance on thc part of the malcon?
tents, the resolution of Montgomery to flx the
number or members or Senate standing commit?
tees, on a principle or odd number, or 3, 6 and 7,
or 4, ll, 44 principle, as Leslie Bays it is, was
taken ap. When lt was seen that the resolution
wa3 about to be killed, Whlttemore wanted to lay
it on the table; but Leslie came to a stand aud
said : "A motion to lay on the table ls like an old
grandmother's tea-pot half Ailed with water, that
may boil over at any time when some Aro ls
placed under lt. Besides, it is a cowardly way of
disposing of lt." It was kil ed stone dead, and
the Senate adjourned on the strength of it.
COMMITTEES IN THE DOUSE.
Thc speaker announced thc following standing
committees or the House to-day:
Committee on Labor-A. Smith, S. J. Lee, J. B.
Lyle, Wm. Perry, T. D. McDowell, T. N. Talbott,
and A. Morse.
Committee on Removal or Political Disabilities
S. J. Lee, R. IL Smith. C. D. Hayne, N. B. Myers,
B. A. Boseman, Jr.. P. J. O'Connell, S. M. Smart.
COME TO GRIEF.
RALKIOU, December 9.
Ia the House to-day the following resolu?
tion was introduced :
Resolved, That William W. Holden, Governor of
North Carolina, be Impeached or high crimes and
misdemeanors in ottlce.
The resolution was referred to the Judiciary
committee, and will probably be acted upon to?
morrow, when a committee will be appointed to
couduct the trial before the Senate. It la expected
that thc Seuate will take prompt action in the
matter, and that thc court of impeachment wiil
GOLD AND BOND MARKET.
NEW YORK, December 9-Evening.
Money easy; supply offering abundant. Gold
very doll all day. Governments showed great
strength this afternoon; sixty.twos 7#; fours 7J? ;
Aves same; new 9X; sevens same; eights lox ;
forties OJtf- Tennessees 60#; new 69. Virginias
68; new 65. Louisianas 70; new 04; levees 71;
eights 85. Alabamas iou; Aves 70. Georgias 64;
sevens 9K- North Carolinas 45; new 24>?. South
Carolinas SS; new fl95?.
THE EMPEROR WEHELM.
GREAT REJOICING-THE KING AC?
CEPTS THE TITLE,
Continued German Successes-Demor?
alization of tlie French Army-Capit?
ulation Expected on tlie 10til-Eng?
land Preparing Provision* far the
Famished-IX n s s i a Rampant-Thc
Bear Preparing for IVar !
LONDON, December 9.
A dispatch irom Berlin says: "King Wil?
liam accepts the title of Emperor of Germany.
Immense enthusiasm prevails iu the city."
The Emperor's Dispatch.
BERLIN, December 7,
A dispatch from the Klug to the Queen con?
firms the report that ten thousand prisoners,
seventy-seven cannon and four gunboats were
captured at Orleans. The King adds : Von Tw es?
tel has carried Gldy. Jan very and Prires. by storm,
and Manteuffel occupied Rouen after victorious
encouuters. Goedit now holds tlie city. Eight
heavy guns were found in the'lotrenchments.
Capitulation of Parla Predicted.
'LOND ?H, December T.
The town ls full of rumors, purporting that
Pans will capitulate on thc loth Inst. Great con?
tractors are known to have prepared Immense
quantities of provisions, to bc dispatched to Paris,
and special contracts have been made for rail?
Th? German Empire.
BERLIN, December 9.
King Louis of Bavaria writes King John of
Saxony: ''The Germans, led by King William, cele?
brated the brotherhood of arms, giving glorious
proof of the Importance and power of united Ger?
many. I have negotiated to this end at Versailles,
and now Invite all other German Princes to urge
the King of Prussia toassume the title of Emperor
of Germany, united with presidential functions.
Proud tims to take thc first step In German uni?
ty, I hope for your assent and that of the other
Pi laces and free towns."
A large number of prisoners arrived at Paris,
who were captured bi the battles east and south
of the city oa tlie 2d. The Prussians in their at?
tack hurled 120,000 men against Ducrot; never?
theless Ducrot held his ground and repulsed the
Advices from Belfort to thc Otb state that the
siege ls progressing vigorously. Thc Prussians
were beaten off In an attempt to storm Belfort.
One Prussian regiment was cut to pieces.
TOURS, December 0.
Montorgls, In the Department er the Loire, has
been evacuated by tlie Germans.
The Army or tlie Loire has again started for?
A balloon dispatch rrom Paris on the 8th sta'es
that the si tua! lon ls satisfactory. The Prussians
are actively constructing works near the lines
from whldi the French recently drove them.
BEULIN, December e.
The bankers or the city on the 3d Instant paid
In 34,000,000 or the new loan or 100,000,000 recent?
ly authorized by Parliament, and they announce
their readiness to take 17,000,000 more.
. The Berlin Kreuz Zeltung or to-day Bays the
Chambers will probably be convoked about the
NEW YORK, December 9.
Thc World's London special says that St. Peters?
burg letters, ot the 2d instant, received there,
state that a warlike reeling prevails over the
whole Empire. GortschakolPs circulars created a
universal feeling of Joy at Sebastopol. The Em?
peror has notified thc reserves to hold themselves
lu readiness, which ls considered a very Impor?
tant etep, being a measure which has not been re?
sorted to since thc Crimean war. Russia ls com?
mitted to a bold line of conduct, and resolved io
proceed in spite of all opposition, lt ls an?
nounced by thc Emperor that forty millions of
roubles will be devoted to extraordinary war ex?
penses. By tlie 1st of January, 49,700 remodelled
guns and 160,000 breech-loaders will be ready for
TOURS, Decembzr 7.
A dispatch from Lc Mans announces the arrival
of a balloon from Paris to the Cth instant. No
military operations or Importance have occurred
since the 3d.
GeneralTrochu has received a letter Trom Gone
ral Von Moltke announcing thc defeat or the
Army or the Loire, and granting sare c induct to
the parties designated to convey and verify the
news. Tlie offer was refused. A proclamation
was Issued giving the facts, and s lying that, even
if lt were true, thc government has atti! reason to
expect a great movement by the nation. Advices
from reliable parties Indicate the successes of the
Prussians to have becu greater than was sup?
posed. When the balloon started, (tang was
heard on the south of Paris.
Paris journals announce a change Ia thc army
of thc Loire. It ls now divided luto three corps,
commanded by Generals Oourr-akl, UQauc:iy ana l
France and tlie Eastern Question-Tin
New Con.tit ut iou.
LONDON, December 9.
The French acceptance of the conference ror
the settlement of the Elstern question is uncon?
Bismarck considers thc delay lu voting for the
new constitution as working mischief.
Dispatches from Tours are much confused.
The Protest of a Queen.
MADRID, December 5.
Queen Isabella senda a formal protest from her
residence la Genna, Switzerland, against the elec?
tion of Aosta to the throne or Spain, but disa?
vows any Intention to use force. All the political
factions are violently attacking Prim aad the
party who elected Aosta.
MIDNIGHT DIS PA. TC H ES.
A Terrible French Reverse-The People
In Despair-Official Figures- Apologe.
tic Sim men ts-Tlu End Approaching.
TOURS. December 0.
The government states that the army 01 thc
Loire ls at Its old garters, but thc locality Is not
given. Despair hns seized some here, and the
spirits of others have risen to meet the desperate
condition or affairs. Thc government declares
that its reverse was only or temporary impor?
tance. Many railway trains, loaded with cattle,
sheep and provisions, had been concentrated
near Orleans ror the succor of Paris. They were
The evacuation nr Orleans was caused by the de?
moralization solely of : he new F 'each troops, and
the mistaken strategy aud indecision of General
Patladlnes, who allowed two corps to be over?
whelmed by tue whole Prussian army, a'though
he had 200,000 men within reach. The official re?
turn states that the army ol the Loire consisted
of 300,000 men, with lOOO guns. In the engage?
ments of the 3d and 4th, only 60,000 French
fought against 150,00) Oermaus. The plan or
the campaign was devised by Gambetta, aided by
Deber?, a young officer of engineers, and was
either not carried out by Palladines, or the plan
itself was fatally erroneous.
The quarrel between Bismarck and the Crown
Prince has broken out worse than ever.
England to Protect the Pope.
LONDON, December 7.
Gladstone has written a letter, dated November
30, to Edmund Dease, M. P., for Queen Coen ty,
Ireland, acknowledging the receipt of a petition
praying for the Intervention of England lu behalf
of the temporal authority of the Pope. Gladstone
says the government has not interfered with any
changes in Rome since the election o. Plus the
LXth, bat feels bound to malte, and has made
provision for affordingprotecflon to the Pontiff.
In the meantime Italy has explicitly engaged to
protect the Pope's freedom and maintain his dig?
Tbc Future King of Spain.
FLORENCE, December 7.
The royal speech has been well received. Signor
Branched! has been elected president of the lower
chamber. Aosta will set out for Spain aboul new
years. The deputation from Spain ls everywhere
received with the warmest expressions of wel?
come. It has gone to Turin to offer congratula?
tions to the future Queen of Spain.
t? ES EE AL LEE WANTED ET TSE
It appears, from diplomatic correspondence,
that, on the nth of August, Minister Motley tele-,
graphed the following to Secretary Fish:
"It is au authentic fact that the French Gov?
ernment telegraphed to London, yesterday, to
know ir General Lee is' here, or whether he is ex?
pected. Thc supposition Is that a military com?
mand ls to be offered to him. I am nr : aware
that General Lee Is in London, or that he ls ex?
pected. Thc fact, however, that the French Gov?
ernment Hhow such anxiety to obtain the assis?
tance of military talent from so distant a quarter,
wonld seem to argue some want of confidence In
the government of their armies."
WASHINGTON, December 9.
A full Cabinet was In session to-day.
In the Senate, resohiti ms were offered calling
on the President for all facts regarding St. Do?
mingo, and the employment of United States
troops in i he recent elections. The body went
iiito executive session nnd adjourned until Mon?
The Senate will take no action with reference
to the Georgia senators until January. Farrow,
one of the contestants, leaves for Georgia to-ni gut.
SUTLER'S DISABILITY RILL.
WASHINGTON, December 9.
The Tribune says, editorially: "A general
amnesty bill, such as General Butler is to submit
to thc Douse, with an endless list of exceptions,
ls not what the country will be content with, or
what the political situation demands. The truth
is that thc bill ls a misnomer, for lt grants pardon
to lew not already practically exempted from
their disabilities. It ls precisely the same meas?
ure which was laid over at the last session.
Though the committee does not appear to have
been educated ta a broader appreciation of its
duty in thc matter, public sentiment has in the
meantime advanced in liberality. The present
bill will not do, and we trust that before lt ls
adopted, the House, which we are told evinces
comprehensive common sense on the question,
will much Improve and extend lt."
SMUGGLERS AT WORK.
Nsw YORE, December 9.
The custom house detectives this morning
recovery! $6000 worth of smuggled silks and vel?
vets in the boarding houses on West street. The
goods had been smuggled from France across the
English channel to the north of Ireland, and
thence to this port In emigrants' chests having
false bottoms. It is believed that this business
has lately been very extensive, and that govern?
ment hos lost in duties by this means $2ju ,000 in
BOyD COUNTERFEITER ARRESTED.
NEW YORK, December 9.
Wm. Brockway, who ls reported as very weal?
thy, has been arrested on the charge of counter?
feiting seven-thirty bonds, of which the govern?
ment returned over a quarter of a million.
Commissioner Osborne refused to accept bail in
any amount until he heard thc ev.dcnce for the
prosecution, which will be given to-morrow.
ALL SERENE IN ALABAMA.
MONTGOMERY, December o.
Th Ls morning Smith withdrew from thc contest
Tor Governor, and yielded the office to Lindsay.
Every thing is Joyful, and no demonstrations are
made except cr thankfulness that the conflict ls
SF ARKS FROM THE WIRES.
The suit of the State of Maryland vs. the
Ballimore and Ohio Railroad, for one-firth or the
passenger transportation through tho State, was
decided against ihe State. The State flied excep?
tions. The court Intimated that each passenger
conld recover one-flfth of the fare from the com?
lu New York, Patterson ? Co., provision deal?
ers, and Grant & Ascough, lard and oil mer?
chants, have suspended. A dry goods Arm hos
failed for $:oo,ooo, and a clothiug house for half a
Cable rates have advanced to $10, in gold ; no
message tc exceed Airy words. Press and politi?
cal news ar nair rates. The advance commences
on Monday, the 32th instant.
The steamer Hornet, suspected of being a
cao.iu privateer, got to sea last night.
Joseph M. Walters, the well known proprietor
of the National Hotel at Norfolk, committed sui?
cide yesterday. Cause-unfortunate cotton
It ls stated on proper authority that the gov?
ernment hos only redeemed eighty thousand of
the counterfeit seven-thirty bonds.
The complete census or California shows au in?
crease in ten years ol 126,619. Increase lu the- Cliy
of San Francisco 93,470, or nearly two hundred per
The Nation:.! Board of Trade, now in session at
Buffalo, resolved an approval of Creswell's
recommendations, and favor an immediate and
unconditional abolition or the fran klug privileges.
The smaU-pox is rapidly spreading In Brook
?yin. Fiatbush Hospital and the Dead House are
Ailed with patients, and the new county alms?
house will be prepared at once as hospitals.
All the telegraph companies were lu consul?
tation to day, and reported the tariff on all mes?
sages to be Increased Arty per cent, on the Arst
or January._ _ _
THU MISSIONARY SOCIETY - ANNIVERSARY
MEETING.-Last evening Trinity Church, in H?sel
street, was Ailed to its utmost capacity with on
intelligent and sympathetic audience to do honor
to the anniversary of' this noble society. Long
before 7 o'clock young ana old began to All the
pews of the beautiful church, and the large con?
gregation which assembled showed how deep an
interest was reit In the workings or the society.
Most or the members of the Conference were to
be seen in their places, and all looked forward
with pleasure and interest to the report and ad?
dresses about to be delivered.
The opening services were conducted by thc Rev.
William Martin, and consisted or the reading or a
selected passage of the Scripture, the singing of a
hymn and an appropriate prayer. The annual
report or the Missionary Society was then read by
the Rev. W. S. Black. The report was lengthy
and Interesting, and was listened to with marked
interest by all present. It began with the enun?
ciation of the sublime truth or the salvation of
man by the death of Christ, and In a s imple and
olear manner. Illustrated by frequent quotations
from the Scriptures, went on to express the faith
of the church in the power of the Gospe 1, and the
ultimate triumph of Christianity. The continued
and Increasing exertions or the missionaries
were shown, and the persecutions of the Chris?
tiane in China given as an illustration of the on
ward progress or tbe Gospel, 'rae increase ID I
number of missionaries ac home was adverted
and the effect or their ?abjr shown in the lucre,
lng prosperity of the church. The report o?os
with these words, after mentioning the seve
m ts M ons in detail: "The statistical reports of t
mlsslsnarlas show a gratifying increase, ai
should Induce us to make a more strenuous ai
persevering effort In the ruture.".
After the reading of the report, the Rev.
Betts, president or the society, moved its alt
tlon, which was agreed to.
The Rev. Dr. Harrison, or the Georgia Oonfi
euee, and editor or the New Monthly Magazin
tlie literary organ of the Church South, publish
at Nashville, Tenn., was Introduced by the pre
dent, and addressed the meeting at consid?r?t
length. His discourse, on the subject of the m
slouary and his labors, mide a deep Impressli
upon tho hearers, and at the close or the addre
an Illustration of the strong faith and moral COD
age, exhibited by a young soldier in one of o
regiments during the late war, brought tears
the eyes of the women ?nd many a strong mt
In the audience.
The Rev. Dr. Bond, of Baltimore, was next 1
tro meed by the president, and made a short a
dress, In which he won the hearts of his audlen
by his calm and earnest manner of speaking.
A collection was then taken up ror the aid or tl
society, and the services closed about ten o'cloi
with the usual religious exercises.
THE ACADEMT OF MUSIC-Lurline drew
good house to the Academy last evening, and tl
Blondes discoursed the usual amount of song ac
dance and grotesque posturing to the immens
delight of the audience. Miss Weber acted "R
pert" with her wonted spirit and abandon, ai
was almost m variably encored.
Mr. Atkins was as superhumanly elastic i
ever, and Miss Battle O'Neal looked her galla:
part to perfection.
"Tho Middy Ashore," which opened the pe
formance, brought out the comic strength of tl
company to great advantage, and afforded a
opportunity for Mr. Ketchem to present a vei
clever and thorough impersonation of an out am
out tar, which was well received.
The troupe give two more performances, at 1 1
M. to day and the usual hour this evening.
pa- THE STATE OF SOUTH CAEC
LINS, COUNTY OP ORANG EB CRG.-Court <
Common Pleas.-C. A STALEY, H. N. STA LEI
M. C. ULMER, F. D. STALEY and ANNA D. CUI
LER and L'JJANE CULLER, Plaintiffs, aga'nst J
WESLEY HOUSER and lt ACH EL HOUSER, De
rendants.-Summons. . .
To Hie Defendants, J. Wesley Houser and Jtacht
Houser : s
You are hereby summoned and required to ac
swer the complaint in this action, which ls fl lee
In the ofllce of the Clerk of Common Pleas fo
the said County, and to serve a copy of yon
answer to the said complaint on thc subscribers
at their office in Orangeburg, S. C., within tweut;
days arter the service hereof, exclusive of tin
day of sush service; and ir you rall to answer tin
complaint within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff
in this action will apply to the Court for the re
lief demanded in the complaint
HUTSON k LEGARE,
1ZLAR A DIBBLE,
Dated December 8, 1870.
I certify that the above Summons ls published
under an order made by the Judge or Probate foi
this County, which extends the time for answe:
to six weeks. . GEO. BOH SIR,
declO-sO_0. C. 0. P.
?&- LOAN ON BOTTOMRY AND EE
PONDENTIA_The undersigned, Captain of th<
Spanish Bark PAQUETE CANTABRIA, of San tan
der, Spain, now In this port undergoing repairs,
with a cargo of sugar, shipped at Havana' foi
Santander, requires to pay said repairs, and othei
expenses, a LOAN OF TWELVE THOUSAND DOL
LARS ($12,000,) more or less, on hypothecation ol
the above namsd vessel and cargo, to be relm
bursed fifteen days after arrival at Santander.
Sealed applications, naming rate of maritime
premium and other conditions to be accepted by
mc, with the approval of the Spanish Consul,
must be presented at the Spanish Consulate, No.
if Broad street, at 12 o'clock Noon, on MONDAY,
12th Instant, when and where they will be opened
In the presence of the applicants or their rep?
For further Information apply to my consignee,
Mr. W. P. HALL, at Brown's Wharf.
With the sanction and by order of the Spanish
Consul. Z. B. ONZAIN,
Captain Bark Paquete Cantabria.
Charleston. December 8. 1870. decS-3
pa- MEN'S MERINO SHIRTS ! MEN'S
MERINO SHIRTS ! Cheap at 75 cents to $2, at
dec8-tllS4_0. E. A A. S. JOHNSON.
pa- THIS IS NO APOLOGY FOR
whiskey drinking ; lt ls a medicine that cannot
bc used to Intoxicate; lt produces a tonic effect,
as well as acts as a cathartic. In fact, SIM?
MONS'S LIVER REGULATOR ls pronounced an
unexceptional medicine. decio-l
^FAITH WELL FOUNDED.-IN OLD
times, at the commencement of every season, lt
wus inc rashion to take a strong* cathartic as a
safeguard against a change of temperature. It
was a worse than senseless practice. The people
of onr day understand the matter better. Instead
of depleting the sjstem, they^relnforce lt. in the
method they adopt they exhibit a wise discrimin?
ation. Instead or resorting to the vitiated stimu?
lants of crmmcrce, or any of the compounds de?
rived from them, they put their faith In the only
absolute'/ pure lnvlgorant procurable In the mar
ket-HO ?TETTER'? STOMACH BITTERS. Their
faith ls well founded. Never has any tonic medi?
cine been prepared with such scrupulous precision
and conscientious care, lt ls a vegetable compound
of which every ingredient ls sound, wholesome, and
medicinal In the true sense of the word. Now we
have three prominent national complaints. One
half or the adult population or the United States
suffer more or less, either from diseases of the
stomach, derange ment of the liver, or affections
of the kidneys. Inno other land under Heaven
aro these maladies so general as in this country,
and Hosteler's Bitters ls a specific for them all,
unless organic m their origin, and, therefore, be?
yond cure. And let- those who are fortunate
enough to be exempt from them at present under*
stand one great fact, viz: That au occasional use
or this vitalizing tonic will aa certainly preven t
them as the sun will prevent the earth from
freezing where its genial beams descend.
pa- AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TKUSSES. -Comfort and Cure for the Ruptured.
Sent postpaid on receipt of io cents. Address
Dr. E. 3. FOOTE. No. 120 Lexington avenue, New
pa- A WAY WITH SPECTACI^ES.-OLD
y.yes made new, easily, without doctor or medl
clues. Sent postpaid on receipt or io cea ts. Ad?
dress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
pghA GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From the time when, tn 1834, Dr. RUGGE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid" and ita extraordinary medi?
cal effects, nothing In the history of Medicine has
equalled a. Largely used by the French physi?
cians In treatment of consumptive and scrofu?
lous diseases, lt was Introduced by the Court Phy?
sician of Berlin, MAX ERNST HENRY, Into Proa
sla, and from thence to the united states. No
thing else of the present day can equal HEN?
RY'S SOLULION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patients get better after only one
dote has been taken, and we cordially recommend
lt to the pubhc-iEditor .'Argus." janl7 lyr
^-TRLNIT Y CHURCH. -THE SOUTH
CAROLINA CONFERENCE of the M.. E. Cnarch
South will contlnae Its sessions Tais MORNING at
Tni? AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, the Antdveraary
Exercises of the Cooference Sunday School So?
ciety win take place, with addresses and other
attractive proceedings. TO NIGHT, at 7M o'clock,
there will be a Conference LoveTeast. Seats free.
Public invited to attend.
On SUNDAY MORNING, after a sermon by Rev.
Lovick Fierce, D. D., of the South Georgia 'Con ?
ference, the Ordination of Deacons will take place.
Services In the afternoon will be conducted by
Rev. W. T.. CAPE ns. and at .night, by the- Rev.
J. POiSAL, D. D., of the Baltimore Conference.
decio-i* . '_;_ .
/^-BETHEL M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH.
Divine Service will be held In this Church TO?
MORROW MORNING, at half-past io o'clock, by the
Rev. Dr. WHITEFOORD SMITH; In the Awn
NOON, at. half-past s o'clock, by Bishop -Q. F.
PIERCE; and in the EVENING, at quarter past
7 o'clock, by Rev. WM. H. FLEMING. Seats
free. At the dose of the Afternoon Service Bish?
op PIEROE will ordain those recommended for
Eider's Orders._ - decKM*
^BELIGIOUS NOTICE.-THE BE V".
CAMPBELL FAIR, Secretary of the irish Church
Mission Society, will deliver an address on the
subject, at Grace Church, on SUNDAY ETKNTNG, at
pa* THE BEV. CAMPBELL FAIR
will ofllciate (D. V.) at St. John's Chapel, Hamp?
stead, corner of Amherst and Havover streets,
TO-MOBROW AFTERNOON, December ll. Service
at half-past 3 o'clock.' ' :" " decfOV*
pa* UNITARIAN CdUBCH.-DIVINE
SERVICE wLl be held In this Chorea TO-HORROW ,
MORNING at half-past io o'clock, and In the EVE?
NING at a quarter-past 7 o'clock, the Rev. R. P.
COTTER .officiating. All strangers are cordially
Invited to attend.
Subject for the Evening Discourse: The "Sec?
ond birth though mysterious, yet not wl-btrnt
At the close of the Morning Service a collec?
tion will be taken In aid or the Ladies' Lee Mon
ument Association._ declO
p3*A.U- PASTIES HAVING CLAIMS
against the Estate of WM. B. MCDOWELL, de?
ceased, will hand them In, properly attested,,
within thirty days, or they wlU ,be debarred pay?
ment. Those persons Indebted to the Estafe will
make payment to WM. A. MCDOWELL,
pa* I WILL N?T BE RESPONSIBLE
for any debt contracted by the c-.eff of the British
Bark LILLIE M. PETER GUTHRIE, '
pa* IMPOBTANT TO OWNERS jOF
SEWING MACHINES.-JOHN CLARK, JR., A CO.S
BEST SEX-CORD SPOOL COTTON, on Black
Spools. For sale at retail by D. B. HASELTON
No. 307 King street._ decS-lmo
pa* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that Check No. 107, dated August *l3th, 1870, for
$7000, signed JOHN H CNN, Chairman Board of
County Commissioners, and drawn on E. 8.
KCH, County Treasurer, bas been lost or mis?
laid at Columbia, South Carolina. TIMS ls to warn
eli parties that tbe said Chook ls null and void, na
equivalent having been received therefor.
By order of the Board.
JOHN HUHS, Ch airman.
novlo-30 JAMES E. MCGREGOR. Clerk.
.RUNION BANK OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA-CHARLESTON, OCTOBER 10TH, 1870,-Ap
plicatlon will be made to the General Assembly of
South Carolina at Its next session, for the privi?
lege of Increasing the present capital of this
Bank. H. D. ALEXANDER,
CHARLESTON, S. C., NOVEMBER
25,1870.-THE SOUTHERN MUTUAL INSURANCE
COMPANY OF ATHENS, GA-The Dividend Scrip
of the above Company will be taken In payment
of Premiums by the Georgia Homo Insurance
Company of Columbus.
Holders of the above mentioned Scrip caa thus
secure Policies wblcu participate in the profits in
the Georgia Home, a Southern company, with a
cash capital of half a niHllon of dollars. Apply
to HUTSON LEE, Agent,
nov29-ttithB6 Broad street, comer of State.
pa* SPECIAL NOTICE.-NOTICE IS
hereby given to aU concerned that, on account of
my regular civil and criminal business, I cannot
attend to the arrest of "sailors" for desertion or
other cause than crime against the peace of the
community. -L. C. NORTHROP,
Attorney at Law and Trial-Justice.
pa* FIVE CENTS ADDITIONAL WILL
bny Shoes with sliver or copper tips, which will
save the buyer the price of a new pair of aboca.
Compared with ragged toes and dirty stockings,
they are beautiful, to Bay the least. Parents, try
pa* FOUND, AN ARTICLE OF INES
TIM ABLE value to the ladles; whereby health
may be restored,- beauty preserved, and comfort
and safety be secured. AU who use the PHILO
TOKEN, or Fe mule's Friend, admit that they nave
found a treasure. Fail Directions accompany
each, bottle, for treating cora plaints peculiar to
adult females, and when followed, this remedy
win prove more precious to sufferers than rabies, '
Sold by the Druggists for $1. Wholesale Agent?,
DO WIE, MOISE A DAVIS, No. 169 Meeting street,
Charleston, S. O._decS-thstuS
/2B-ARREST THAT TERRIBLE " CA?
TARRH, and thus avoid a consumptive's'grave by
using Dr. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY.* Th?
proprietor wul pay $500 reward for a case he can?
not cure. Sold by druggists, or send sixty cents
to Dr. R. V. PIERCE, Buffalo, N. Ti, and receive lt
by mall. Pamphlet sent free. decS-thstn3nao
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pa* GETTING MARRIED. -ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
er Impropriety of getting Married, with sanitary
help for those who feel^unfltted for matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
jp BENCH PATENT MEDICINES
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Digestive Lozenges of the Alkaline Lactate*, a
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Dragees de Sau to nive.
Dragees de Morphine,
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For sale by Dr. H. BASH,
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