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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO..
_So. 149 East Bay. Charleston. 3.0.
?be (Erjafk?l0n &tto?.
TUESDAY, OCTOBEK I", 1871.
NE IFS OE THE DAT.
-Gold closed yesterday at 13,jal3|.
-In New York cotton closed dull and heavy;
uplands 20? cents; Bales 2041 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed easier; uplands
9ja9?d, Orleans lOd; sales 12,000 bales.
-Geneial Sherman visits Europe to inspect
their forts and armies.
-Tho City of Richmond, Ya., has subscribed
$10,000 for the relief of Chicago.
-The steamer City of Paris, reported broken
down, has arrived at Queenstown.
-General Dlmlck, who commanded Port
Warren during the early years of the war, is
-The Washington postoffice has already
transmitted money orders to all parts of the
world under the new regulations.
-From all parts ol the country our exchange
newspapers and the telegraph are bearing us
report* of public meetings and munificent gifts
for our stricken sister city of Chicago. _
-On lost Wednesday night the announced
subscriptions in different parts of the country
for the benefit of the Chicago sufferers footed
up $1,971,168 35, and by this time they have
probably reached $5,000,000.
-The gratifying intelligence comes from
Constantinople that tbe progress of the cholera
has been checked, and the alarm which was
felt concerning tbe spread of the epidemic
eastward and toward Europe and the west is
-The following insurance companies are re?
ported suspended by the Spectator : 1 he Mar?
ket Company, of New York City; the Hide and
Leather, the Independent, the National, and
the New England Mutual, of Boston; the North
American and Putnam, of Hartford, and the
Norwich, of Hartford.
-There is no doubt that fully three million
dollars' worth of cotton goods were destroyed
at Chicago. The call to supply their place
would, under ordinary circumstances, cause
an advance In prices, and be reflected in the
market for raw material; but enter money
stringency and general distrust, and there ls
dullness and depression instead.
-The disarmament ot the National Guards of
France continues In the quietest manner pos?
sible. After Lyons, Bordeaux, and St. Etienne,
will come the turn of Toulouse. Thus this re?
doubtable disarmament which seemed so to
terrify the Right in the French Assembly, will
soon be an accomplished fact, without having
occasioned the slightest disturbance.
< -A new system In street railroading has
been adopted in Buffalo. The companies pro?
use to make a difference in rates wheio per?
sons go the entire length o? the route, and
where they only go part ot the distance. Thus
the fare from a certain point to either end of
the line, or lees, win be but little more than
half ihe amount cbaiged for the entire route
-A New York letter to the Philadelphia
Ledger says : "The action of the House of
Bishops, at Baltimore yesterday, with reference
to the word "regenerate" ls looked upon by
the Evangelical party aere as a great triumph
OD their side. The High Churchmen, and es?
pecially the Ritualists of the advanced school,
also accept that Interpretation, but say, 'in?
stead of harmonizing the church, it will have
precisely the opposite effect, as time will
-Fifty presidents of insurance companies
were consulting in New York yesterday. Mil?
ler, the State superlutei ent, addressed the
meeting, sa/ing : "Ii to pay compelled them
to go into liquidation, he would do bis best to
protect the interests of the insurers; but he
wanted frank and candid statements. " Presi?
dent Oakley, just from Chicago, considered
the losses there as understated. The Chicago
companies could not pay more than from ten
to fifteen per c?nt. ot their losses. He stated
that ail the New York companies would pay
-The yacht regatta lor the Queen's cup is at
length to come off In a series ot seven races,
between the Livonia and various yachts of the
New York Yacht Club. The negotiations in
this matter have been of as elaborate a charac?
ter os those which preceded the Treaty of
Washington. The Pt st of the seven races came
off yesterday (as we learn by telegraph) be?
tween the Columbia and Livonia. At 12 M.
the Columbia was a mile ahead, and the bet?
ting 6 lo 4 against the Livonia. At 5 o'clock
the Columbia passed the winning post, the Li?
vonia not being in sight.
-The New York Evening Post says of the
gilt of $50,000 to the sufferers by the calamity
at Chicago by Mr. A. T. Stewart, that "were
it not for betraying a confidence, we should
add that he took advice whether be should
not offer $25,000; desiring earnestly to give
four times os much, but fearing it would seem
ostentatious, and hoping to make lt up some
other way; but on being assured that he might
in the emergency send $50,000 without danger
Of offence, did so Immediately. Merchants
who themselves lose largely by this calamity,
seem generally to be as prompt as any others
to send aid."
-Official Jl6ts ol the losses of the German
armies In the recent war with France have
been completed. The total stated ls 111,000,
t)f whom 18,000 are set down as dead, 87,000
wounded, and 6000 missing. The smallness ol
the figures is surprising, but theil accuracy is
vouched for by ihe official authorities. Of
course the German armies were everywhere
victorious and everywhere mode advances,
and these favorable circumstances had much
to do with reducing their losses. It is the de?
feated and disheartened army that always sui
fers the most in a campaign. The exhilara?
tion of success is a surp; Ising cure for the
-Those who know best give the satisfactory
assurance that th? Chicago disaster is not o?
euch magnitude in a business sense as to war?
rant apprehensions of a scarcity in the arti?
cles of breadstuffs. Tlu re are other cities be?
side the Garden City capable of storing and
shipping io thc Attar tic seaboard the products
of the West. Milwaukee, Racine and Cleve?
land are fully equal to Hie emergency, and are
prepared to send all the wheat and grain now
in stock and reacy for shipment to the ports
and depots ot the East. So well is this under?
stood that the price of wheat and grain has
only advanced from four to five cents since
the announcement of the partial destruction
Of the Coica-o means o? transportation, and
the market is now reported as flat.
-Ibeflivn lining ot th? dark cloud ol
smoke which broods over the ill-fated metro?
polis of the West Is the remarkably prompt
aod generous charity extended to the desti?
tute citizens by the other communities of both
the New and the Old World. Especially no?
tices b'.e was the action of Chicago's rival city,
St. Louis. At the first reception of the direful
news all petty prejudice and animosity was
laid aside in an instan, and the whole com?
munity gathered together sponstaneously to
devise some measure of quick and adequate
relief. In a few hours nearly one hun?
dred and fiity thousand dollars was sub?
scribed, and the whole of Monday and
Monday night was consumed in tireless
endeavors to collect as large a quantity as
possible of the necessaries of life. Nor did the
citizens rest until far into the night, when a
train loaded with eighty tons ol provisions
was dispatched to the burning city, and reach?
ed its destination early in the morning, scarce?
ly twenty-four hours after the first reception
of the news. But this was not al). The next
day the good work was resumed, enlarged and
systematized. All classes and all nationalities,
the women as well as the men, enlisted in the
cause, and ore still forwarding supplies with
unwearied hands and unstinted generosity.
The newspapers echo the general sentiment,
and speak of theo? crippled sister city as hav?
ing been the symbol of all that was progres?
sive and enterprising in the country. But the
action of St. Louis is only a noble example of
the spirit which moves the hearts of all whose
ears have heard the tidings of this great ca?
Charleston and Chicago.
We had hoped that, long ere this, the
city authorities would have given the people
of Charleston, who live in the midst of the
gauot relics of a desolating fire, an opportu?
nity of conveying the expression of their
sympathy to the shivering hosts who haunt
the smoking streets of that Niobe among
cities-the once queenly Chicago. From
distant England come murmuring over tue
broad Atlantic waves golden words of cheer
and hope. Germany, strong ic the memory
of her victories, opeus t.vide her mighty
bands to comfort her children who sought
homes in the New World, and who forgot
not Fatherland when the Gallic legions
marched towards the Rhine. Poor France,
out of the riches of her poverty-softened
and quickened by sorrow and defeat-sends
an argent olive branch to the Teutonic citi?
zens of Chicago, who, like her people, know
what is hunger and thirst, and the bitterness
of swift-coming and inevitable misfortune.
The whole continent cf Europe throbs with
generous feeling towards the stricken city,
and the leviathans of commerce, freighted
with treasure, follow fast the electric spark
which bade America to know that distress
and disaster muke all men kin. In this
country the universal thought is of Chicago.
On the rocky shores of New England, on
the prairies of the West, on the ruddy wa?
ters of the giant Mississippi-the desire has
been to give her instant help. Philanthrop?
ist and railroad king, merchant and clerk,
millionaire and artisan, have vied with each
other in sending substantial aid. And the
South spoke warmly and well. We of the
South know bow sharp is the sting of |
what is deemed an unmerited affliction.
We know what it is to be reduced in the
twinkling of cn eye from opulence to indi?
gence. And the South would have learned
ill the long, hard lessons of the war, had she
not given back love for enmity-kindness
for sharp neglect. Richmond and Savannah,
New Orleans and Memphis, Nashville, Louis?
ville and Atlanta have spoken. Save ono,
every city of moment, within the limits of the
UniOD, has stretched out its arms to give of j
its substance to Chicago. Charleston alone
is silent. And for that silence the Mayor of
Charleston is to blame. The Massachusetts
politician, whose official life draws fast to a
close, has failed to give the white citizens of |
Charleston the desired opportunity of joining
the merciful throng which prays and works
"We have waited long enough. The
citizens of Charleston must act for them?
selves, without the intervention 6f Mayor
Pillsbury. To stand idly by is to give
this people a character foreign to their na?
ture-a character they do not deserve. Of |
the fearful conflagration of ISC 1, which
barned out the wildly Deuting heart of this
city, we do not speak; for the reason that
the sword was drawn and the North and
West coflld not help us. But in 1838, when
the entire business portion of the city was
destroyed by fire, every important city in
the Union sent to Charleston words of condo?
lence and encouragement. The whole coun?
try offered Charleston that aid, which Chi?
cago does not ask, but which mercy, gene
rosityand love compel u3 to give. We may
carp at the North and West, while they
prosper and grow rich. When they are
garbed iu mourning, when the smoulderin?
tires light up their saddened faces, when a
pall of smoke veils them from the light of
Heaven-then, as now, we have nothing
harsher to give than cordial word?, und a
part of the little wealth which the war has
left this people. We dare not open an ac?
count with Heaven. We will not give in
the hope of reward. But surely the bread
cast upon the waters will come back after
many days, and, as we forgive, we shall be
-We now invl -i the citizens of Charles?
ton to subscribe their mile for the Chicago
sufferers. And, as there is little time for or?
ganization, we have taken leave to open a
subscription list at THE DAILY NEWS Office,
where donations, however small, will be re?
ceived. "We desire to forward Charleston's
contribution within three or four days, and
we trust that the people will respond baud
sotne'y 0111 quickly to a cai:, ol which, iu
their hearts, they must approve.
The Ulelton Murder.
A correspondent of the Columbia Union
published in that paper the statement that a
brother cf Mr. M. L Hongb, of Chesterfield
County, wa3 one of the murderers of the
Melton family, the responsibility of which is
sought to be put upon the Ku-Klux. The
correspondent said that Mr. Hough's brother
received a mortal wound in the aflair, and
died a short time ago. In a recent issue of
the Union we lind the followiug card from
Mr. Hough :
I have no brother who bas been wounded by
bayonets or otherwise, or bas died since the
war. Ttie whole testimony taken at the coro?
ner's inquest is now in tbe coroner's office, as.
well as that or the surgeon who attended Mel?
ton, as that cf others, including the family of
The statements contained in the Union
above quoted are base fabrications, and this,
Republicans and Democrats, white and col?
ored, in Chesterfield, well know. I will seed,
as early as I can obtain them, affidavits irom
Melton's physicians and others, sustaining the
truth of what I have said above.
In times like these, when misrepresentation
and falsehood are made the means to effect
party purposes?, and truth ls stifled by them, it
ls well, perhaps, to submit the highest proof
ot what we have to say.
I conclude by requesting the publication of
the above In your columns. M I. HOUGH.
We learn from the Cheraw Democrat that
Mr. Hough procured and sent to the Union
the affidavits spoken of in bis card, with a
request for their publication, but we believe
the Union, so far, bas failed to do thal sim?
ple act of justice.
IT IS HINTED by the Columbia Union that
the negro school-house and church, at Clin?
ton, i? Laurens County, was bumed, a short
time ago, by Ku-Klux. The Laurensville
Herald can learn "nothing that will support
"the statement and hints of the Union.''
THE Intelligencer expects the coming An?
derson Fair to reflect the highest credit on
tbe county. The farmers are fully alive to
the occasion, and will present a splendid
array of stock of all kinds and the finest
specimens of their field crops. The house?
hold department promises to be unusually
The Lund Question lit England.
Lord Derby, in an address recenly delivered
before the Liverpool and Minebester Agricul?
tural Society, undertook to correct a popular
error, namely, the belief so widely entertained
that the whole soil of ihr British Islands is in
the hands of less thar. 30,000 persons. He
says lhat th s assertion was occasioned by a
misunderstanding of the census returns of j
1861. In that census only about 30,00t1 per?
sons returned themselves under the head of ]
landowners, and ol these 15,000 were wemen ;
but a great majority of those who owned lanes
entered themselves under other designations,
as they were free to do. This explanation ap?
pears reasonable, and lhere is no doubt but the
Earl was riant In his conclusions ; for it Is not
at all procable that one-half of all the land in
Great Britain is In the bands of women, as
would be the case ii the census returns are
to be Interpreted as meaniDg that there are
but 30,000 persons who own land in the
country. But Lord Derby was not so success?
ful in establishing the point that lhere is no
difficulty In England In finding small freeholds
lor sale ll a purchaser wishes to buy. He says
that ll there was a real demand tor small free?
holds, speculators would buy up large estates
as they came into market and sell them again
piecemeal. So, very likely, they would, If lt
were not that they could make more money
and find readier purchasers by selling In large
tracts, which is actually the case. Lord Derby
affected to doubt the popular notion that es?
tates In Great Britain are constantly tend?
ing to become fewer ID number and bigger in
size, while ut the same time he gave an excel?
lent reason why such should be the iact In say?
ing that lt was goor? policy tor ihe poor land?
owner to sell and Invest bis money in trade,
which would yield him a much better return
than land for ibe capital invested.
AN ANCHOR TO WINDWABD.
lt ls giod sv-amanslilp, when there ls reason to
expect htavy weather, to drop an anchor to
We are in the midst or the sea' on of chills and
fever. The sure preventive cr this distressing
ma ady is HOSTE TTE R'S STOMACH BITTERS.
A course or tea: wholesome vegetable tonic will
render an attack impossible. Take the hint and
drop an anchor to windward.
Weak stomachs are most liable to be disordered
late In the autumn, when the changes of tempera
ture are marked and frequent. Hoitetter's Bit?
ters fortines the stomach against the effects of
these variations>. Let dyspept.es make a noie or
the fact, and drop an anchor to windward.
The liver ls more sensitive when the weather is
continually alternating between Hie warmth of
summer and the cold or wiuter than at any other
period or the year. This h peculiarly the season
or such alt?rations. Let lin bilious remember
that Ho tetter's Stomach Bluers li essentially an
antl-billons meli.ine, sod drop an ajchor to
The wisest plan is to forestall evil. The next
beat thing '.s to arrest it. For disorders of the
stomach, irregularities or the bowels, and all
periodical fevers, take, as soon as the complaint
develops itself, Hosteller's Stomach Bitters,
?J?ONDS, COUPONS, ic.
GOVERNMENT, STATE. CITY AND RAILROAD
BONUS ANO COUPONS
Uncurrent Bank Notes
Gold and ?silver
Dealt regularly In by A. C. KAUFMAN,
Julyll tuttis_No. 23 Broad sireet
Kr ru s pap er?, iilagaunra. Ut
11E MARION STAR",
ESTABL'SUED OYER TWENTY YEARS AGO.
The oldt st and mos: popular Taper In the Pee
To-the Charleston Advertisers TUE STAR offers
special inducements. lt ls admitted that our
circulation ts the largest by far of any paper in
T1JE?>TAK c.rcinlates extensively In the two
Carolina*, und numbers many subscribers In
Terms liberal. Address,
McKERALL ft STEDMAN, Editors,
sep7 Manon Courthouse. S. C.
Among tho contents are :
AC RIC ULTU KAL SOCIETIES. By D. W. Aiken.
Land or Labor. By L. A. Hansen.
Lime as a Fertilizer.
Breeding ol Domestic AniraaL?.
Tn-- De by Came Fowl.
The Japan Pea.
Farmers, riant Trees.
Price-Single number.26 cent?
Per annum.$2 co
For sale by
WALKER, EVANS ft COGSWELL,
'.( bushers. No. ? Broad street.
AND BY BOOKSELLERS EVERYWHERE,
UNION CH?PT^r^cTs, R. A. M.
The Regalar Monthly Convocation or this
Chapter will oe held ai Holmes's Ljcenm. THIS
EVENING, at half-past 7 o'c.ock. Candidates for
Degrees wtll be punctual.
By order of M. E. H. P.
octl7_TV. W. SIMON?.
CAROLINA INDEPENDENT BOAT
CLUB.-Attend the Regular Monthly Meet?
ing of your Club, THIS EVENING, at half-past 6
o'clock. B. J. HOWLAND. JR.,
octl7-l?_Secretary and Treasurer.
WASHINGTON RIFLE CLUB.-THE
Regalar Monthly Meeting or your Club
will beheld at the RMe Club's Hall. No. 306 King
street, TBIS EVENING, at hair-pat t 7 o'clock. A
fall and general attendance ls particularly re?
quested on business of importance.
By order. PETE RFA LLON,
octl7_Secretory and Treasurer.
with four or Ave rooms. Address HOUSE,
ASITUATION WANTED AS NURSE
ror yellow fever or any other sickness. Good
recommendations can be given. Apply at No. 16
WANTED KNOWN THAT B. WHITE,
No. 88 Hasel stree*, famishes Funerals
complete. Latest improved Caskets always on
hand. Prices very moderate._octl7-2?
WANTED, A BASSO FOR THE CHOIR
or St. Panl'd Church. Candidates will
please apply to Professor ECKEL, Organist or St.
Paul'c comer of Wentworth and Pit streets.
WANTED PURCHASERS OF TICKETS
In the Land and Immigration Association
of Messrs. BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY A CO
Tickets now ready. Will be glsd to sec my friend
at the office or Mr. EDWARD M. MORELAND,
No. 28 Broad street. EBEN COFFIN, hub-Agent.
WANTED TO RENT, A DWELLING
HOUSE, with six or eight rooms, in the
c ntre or the city. Apply at Nc. 3.5 King street.
WANTED, A IOUNG WOMAN AS
NURSE AND HOC>E SERVANT. Apply
at No. 154 Calhoun street, two doors west or Rut?
WANTED, AN ACTiVE, tMARTCOL
OKED BOY, to go to Brooklyn, New York,
as a Coachman. Contract for ajear. Passage
pal i. Address J. H. S.. DAILY NEWS Office.
IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF A SEWING
MACHINE, see first the HOME SHUTTLE, the
cheapest and best, at BISsELL, No 61 Hasel
street, opposite Express Offlce. Price $25 to $37.
WANTED, BY A STEADY, INTELLI
GENTand perlectly trustworthy colored
ntan.of mature years, aplace as porter in a busi?
ness house. Satisfactory references given. Ad
dres9 "PORTER," offlce or THE NEWS. oct2
WANTED, BY A RESPECTABLE
middle-aged widow, Irom England, a
alt uatlo.i as attendant upon a lady, or house
keeper to a gentleman. A good plain cook and
seamstress. Address H. M., elli ton, Suspension
Bridge, Ontario, N. Y._octl0-12?
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, A
native of Florida, a situation as salesman
or clerk In a house In Charleston. He ls well and
favorably knott n throughout East Florida, and
<an furnish satisfactory testimonials as to char
licier and qualifications. Address J. S. J., NEWS
WANTED, BY A THOROUGHLY COM?
PETENT, steady and trustworthy colored
man, a situation, either an coachman, groom or
porter. Has had experience and can furnish the
very best recommendations. A note addressed to
"Coachman" at the offlce of TUB NEWS, wm
Becure prompt attention._july28
I L B E R S HOU S E,
No. 284 KING STREET.
The Proprietress takes pleasure in announcing
ber return to the city, and that after a complete
renovation of the establishment, she ls prepared
to accommodate pair ns. Attentive and respect
fui servants a specialty.
octl7-imo_MRS, B. HUBERS.
BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Will reopen under new management, August 22
for the reception oi guests.
The spacious building bas been thoroughly reno?
vated and newly furnished throughout.
The proprietors have made every exertion to
i 'apt lt to the comfort and convenience or lu
patrons, and have spared neither pains nor ex
pense to secure that end.
TWEED A OAKFIELD,
Q B7 HO LM E ST~
* COTTON FACTOR
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
^ B MULLIGAN,
COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION
sep27-DAC CHARLESTON, P. c.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 72 BROAD STREBT,
Charleston, S. C.,
wm Practice In the State and Federal Courts
FACTOR AND GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANT, . >
Noam ATLAN.IC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
REFEKNCES.-North River Ii.ir.k. New York;
leweiL Harrlsi n A Co., New Voik; Wjl lam Bryce
I Co., New York. octS-lmo
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DYE AND
TUB SOUTHER* DYE HOUSE,
NO. 359 KINO STREET,
Dyes and Cleans, by means of steam, Gentle
nen's, Ladles' and children's Clothes. Fine
Laces and Lace Curtains cleaned and done
jp with the Sort or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace
and crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
*W Goods received and returned by Express
Iun22-lvr I. BILLER. Proprlemr.
_fiats, ??? ^
Q C. PLENGE,
HATS, CAPS AND UMBRELLAS.
Children's Hats n Specialty.
No. 201 KING STREET.
Just opened and will have always cn baud an
is.-ortmeut or the above art. cl-s. Also, Gentle?
men's NECK TIES, SCARFS, WALKING CANES,
kc. His friends are re pectfully invited to call
ind examine fur themselves. ooiM-lmo
Agriculture? fiorticnltnre, Ut.
J?RS?~TR?ES I TREES ! '
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL,
FOR AUTUMN OF 1871.
We invite the attention ol Planters and Dealers
:o our lanie and complete sio' k or
STANDARD AND DWARF FRUIT TREES.
Grapevine and Small Fruit.
Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Plants.
New atm Hare Fiuit and Ornamental Trees.
Buitiou8 Flower Koois.
Descriptive and Illustrated priced Catalogues
lent prepaid on receipt or stamps as roUows:
No. 1-Fruit*, io cents. NV. 2-Ornamenta,
n?es, lu cents. No. 3-Ore n-hou.se, 10 ci nts.
So. 4-WnoiesHle, lr e. No. 5-Budi?, free. Ad
IresH ELLWANG KR A BARRY,
Established 18-iP. Rochester, N. Y.
Xl TY of the above. Apply at Board or Trade
Kooma, No. 191 Meeting street. novlO-tn
FOR SALE, SEVERAL SEWING MA?
CHINES, of good quality, which are offered
"heap. Call at No. 27 Queen street, between
Meeting and Church streets._febli
WRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS In large or small quantities.
Price 60 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
omce or THE NEWS._mavis
FOR SALE, ONE GOOD MCCARTHY
GIN, with Shafting, three Pulleys for driv?
ing Gina or Mill. Gin, with new Roller and extra
Plate; cost $174. Price $100. Apply to STONEY
A LOWNDES, Southern wjUtf._0CU6-2
ABARGAIN !-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Reggies Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, wUl be sold low for cash, ls nearly
r-.ew, cuts 28 indies, and has an extra knife. No
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at TUE
SK wei Job Office._m ar?
AT PRIVATE SALE, MARL BLUFF
PLANTATION, on Rocky Creek Swamp,
urangeborg District, South carolina, 16 miles
from Blackville, on South Carolina Railroad, AU
gutta Branch, and 18 miles from Orangeburfr
courthouse, on Columbi?. Branch Road. Charles?
ton and Augusta and Charleston and Colombia
Railroads, containing 1926 acres of land, 288 of
which ls cleared and nnder good fences; aboot 40
acres more cleared, bot not nnder fence-all ot
which ls first class Cotton and Corn Lands; the
balance ls Orst class Timber Land.
A first-class Circular Saw Mill (water,) In order
fer Immediate use, on a constant stream. Lum?
ber to' nat ii. and can be rafted to Charleston
from the Mill. Also, a good Grist Mill. Has a
comfortable house with six (6) rooms, outbuild?
ings all in good condition, stables, barn, Ac. six
ie) framed negro houses in good order. It also
has a Marl Bed on lt wh.ch makes lt very ad van
tageocs to agricultural purposes for making ma
mires, ftc. The best or titles can be given. Any
information either In writing or In person can be
bad by application to Dr. b. BAER, No. 131 Meet?
ing street, Charleston, S. C. junia
Cost ano ironn?.
STOPPED, A GOLD CRESCENT SCARF
PIN, supposed to be stolen. Th* owner can
oouin Hie same by applying at this office and pay
ing ror notice._oci 17
STRAYED FROM MY LOT IN SUMMER?
VILLE, on Friday, October 13, 1871. one
dark BAY MAKE, with bead stat! on. she ls
about fifteen or sixteen hands high, with heavy
mane and tall; a'so. one dark Iron-gray Filly, A
suit at le reward will be given If returned to JOS.
A. SA? PORTAS. Summerville, s. C. octlT-l?
Hai removed to No. 399 King street, where he
begs a continuation o? tt.e favors cf his eas tom
era. He still keeps constantly on hand an assort?
ment or FRUIT, JELLIES, NUTS, ftc.
Fresh srrlvals by every Steamer. ocil3-lmo
TO RENT, THE STORE ON SOUTH
FAST corner or Queen and Franklin streets,
completely fitted np. Apply on ihd premises, or
to J. M. MCLVANEY._octl7-s?
TO RENT, A TWO STORY HOUSE
with six rooms and kitchen, lu Meeting, one
dour south or Woolfe street. Apply to B. A. ROD?
RIGUES, Meeting street._octI4-s'n2
TO RENT, THAT DELIGHTFUL TWO
and-a half story Brick House, No. 2 Society
btreet, north side, one door from East Bay, hav?
ing all the necessary conveniences. Apply to J.
COSGROVE, No. 37 Market street, octio-iuths
STORE TO RENT.-STORE No. 203
EAST BAY, next door north or Cumberland
Bireet, lormtrly occupied by Messrs. Wm. M.
Bird ft Co. Possession given Immediately.
Apply to JAMES MARSH, at Marsh's Shipyard.
Do ar D in q.
BOARDING-GOOD BOARD, WITH
PLEASANT ROOMS, can be had by apply*
in^' at No. 70 Wentworth street. Day Boarders ,
fcSJ accommodated. ccil7-e*
BOARDING. - A FEW GENTLEMEN
can be accommodated with good board
?nd pleasant rooms, on moderato terms. Ly ap?
plying at No. 12 Wentworth street. DAY BOARL
1NG also famished. mavits
Copartner s ti ir G aub Dieeoln.ione.
L~~AW~FIRM jj MELTON, W. A
CLARK-MELTON ft CLARK.-The Law
Firm of Carroll, Melton ft Janney having been dis
so.ved, 1 have associated with me In the PRAC?
TICE OF LAW W. A. CLANK. Esq. The business
will hereafter be conducted In the firm name of
MELTON ft CLAKK. C. D. MELTON.
Columbia. October 2,1871._oct4
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE
this day formed a Copartnership under
the name and HIV,e ot WUILDEN ft JONES, lor
the purpose of carrying on the NAVAL STOKES,
COTTON. RICE ANO GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS, heretofore conducted by the late
John Marshall, Jr.
W. W. WH1LDEN,
D. H. JONES.
Office Marshall's wharf, east end calhoun Btreet.
?qin? ano i'nrnistjmq ?ooo*.
JUST REC E IVE D ,
A NEW AND SPLENDID STOCK
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
FALL AND WINTER WEAR.
THF. LATEST STYLES OF
IMPORTED ALL-WOOL MERINO (SCOTCH)
SHAKER FLANNEL UNDERWEAR.
Together with an uneq ailed supply cf the
CELEBRATED STAR SHIRTS AND.COLLARS
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS IN GENERAL,
S C OT 1'B
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OrposiTE MARKET STREET.
Cotton i?ics. (gins, Ut.
fJIHE WINSHIP COTTON GIN,
MANUFACTURED IN ATLANTA, GA.
The fubscribers are the Agents for the sale of
the above Superior GIN, and beg to call the atten?
tion of Plauters to lis merits. Price $4 per Saw,
delivered at any Railroad Station in the State.
PELZ ER, RODGERS A CO.,
aue29-2mos_Brown ft Co.'s Wharf.
CORSER BROAD STRKKT AND EAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowest
cash rates for ALL PAPERS lu the United States.
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL.
^ GOOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
GREENVILLE, S. C.,
nas tne largest real circulation or any paper
In that section. Subscription price $1 a year.
G. E. ELFORD, Editor and Proprietor.
G. ?. WELLS, Associate Editor.
?rocnru0, tiqrfOT0, #r.
R. BIDES, 8HOULDEBS AND V.
8. C. R. SIDES.
5 hhds. George A Jenkins' Choice C. P. SIDES
7 hhds. Ru weon's Choice C. R. Sides and Shoal' .ern
2 boxes Rawson's Choice D. S. C. R. Sides.
Landing and to arrive, and for sale br
0CU7-1 LACKET A ALEXANDER.
400 barrels Choice Selected Bakers' FLOUR land
log from Steamers Falcon, Gnir Stream and
Scnooner MT rover
1000 bn nels selected Choice Milling Corn, ex
ALSO, IK STOKE.
400 bbls. Family, Extra, Super and Fine FLOUR
600 sacks and barrels "Campsen Mills" Choice
Family, Extra and Super Floor.
For sale by JOHN CAMPSEN A CO.
THE PEOPLE OF CHARLESTON SEEN THE
latest novelty in PAINTING? ir not, they
have mused one of the rarest
To WILSON BROTHERS, No. 306 KING STREET,
and there can be
One cf the finest specimens of art that has
ever been witnessed In this etty. Every
one will acknowledge that at
All articles in the GROCERY LINE are in the
greatest abnndacce, and at the LOWEST
PRICES. Also, after your par
chases are made, tbty will
be sent home m the
NEW TEA WAGON P
jpiSH ROES! FISH ROES!
THE FIRST OF THE SEASON.
NEW DUTCH HERRINGS
Anchovies, in quarter and half kegs
New Oregon Salmon, Fresh and Pickled
Choice Smoked Tongues
Falt?n Market Beef.
Just received by W. H. WELCH,
8. W. uorner Meeting and Market street?.
O T I C E .
The undersigned ls pleased to be able to inform
his numerous patrols, and the public generally,
that he has Jost returned from an extended busi?
ness tour North, where be has worked hard and
used his experience and money to great advan?
tage, in buying up at low figures,
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS,
comprising a well selected and extensive assort?
ment of GROCERIES, Crockery, French China,
Glassware, House Furnishing Hardware, Table
Cutlery, Woodenware, Baskets, and a general as?
sortment of Wino w ware, Wooden and Porcelain
Toys, Stone and Earthenware, besides an inter?
minable hst of small articles Indispensable In
every household. These Goods are now b mg re?
ceived from every Steamer and sailing vessel ar?
riving at tuts port.
He would also state that ON SATURDAY, the
30th of September, he' will open for bnslness that
large and splendid
STORE NO. 180 KING STREET, OPPOSITE
with a Stock that will oe constantly Increasing
nntll abont the 15th of October, by which time he
expects to have received and arranged the entire
Stock bought. The l usiness at the Old Stand,
No. 383 KING STREET,
will be conducted with the same assortment, and
Blmllar prices maintained.
ai- Look out lor future advertisements; bat
call and see ns as soon as convenient.
Respectfully, JOHN W. LINLEY, '
july31 Nos. 180 and 3S3 King street.
?JHOICE DEMEBARA SUGARS.
MORDECAI A CO. offer for sale Invoice Choice
jp RIME WHITE CORN.
MORDECAI A CO. offer for sale Prime White
CORN, landina-. _aug8-6mo
jgUGAR AND MOLASSES.
MORDECAI A CO. offer for sale Good to
Prime Cuba and Poi to Rico SUGARS and Choice
A. TOBIAS' SONS Offer for sale ADAMANTINE
CANDLES, all weights._aug8-flmo
VINEGAR, PRUNES, WHITE WINE,
A. TOBIAS' SONS offer for sale VINEGAR,
Prunes, White Wine, imported direct from
. J^NGLISH PORTER AND ALE.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, ?geuts or Messrs. Edward
A George Hibben, of London, offer for Bale Hlb
bert's PORTER and B-iSo's PALE ALE-pints
QOGNAC AND LA ROCHELLE BRAN?
DY, IN U. S. BONDED STORES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, No. 110 3AST BAY,
Offer for sale from U. 8. Bonded Warehouse,
Choice COGNAC and LA ROCHELLE BRANDY,
various vintages, In
Cases or one dozen bottles each.
jyE BING'S PILE REMEDY.
For sale bf ?S- H.BAER.
. "koutit?, Ciqiot?, #i 1
JJAT! HAY! HAY!
200 bales Prime >". R BAT. For sale bj
OCI17-tUth83_JNO. CAM PS EN ? CO.
j? A GOING I BAGGING ! BAGGING !
?frolls of "ARROW"
25 rolls of Troy
100 rolls of Tnder
100 rolls or Bengal
10 bales of Goony
200 bales Of Ganny.
KINSMAN A HOWELL.
oct! 7 2_No. 128 East Bay.
g ? E D < ! SEEDS!
Best proof RED SEED OATS, Black and White
White, Red and Amber Seed Wheat
South Carolina Seed Rye
Carefully selected and for sale by
JN0. CAMPSEN A CO.,
No. 14 Harket, opposite State stree?.
gUTTER AND CHEESE.
in store, and .'anding by steamers from New
York, assortment of GOSHEN AND WESTERN
BUTTER, tn kegs, firkins and tubs. **
Factory and skimmed CHEESE at the lowest
market price. ADOLPH NIMITZ,
octi6_No. 209 East Bay.
"jT^ABDl LA BD! LABD!
to cases Wilcox A Co.'s Prime LEAF LARn, In tin
cans or s and io pounds
75 tnbs wilcox A Co.'s Prime Leaf Lard
lo tierces George A Jenkins's Reboiled Leaf Lard
10 t crees Choice Western Leaf Lard.
Now Isodine and for sale by
PAUL B. LALANE A CO..
octl6-2_No. 171 East Bay.
Q.?ANO AND LAND PLASTER. V
60 tons No. 1 PERUVIAN (CHINCHA ISLAND).
loo tons Land Plaster. For sale by
JBON TIES! IRON TIES!
200 bundles IRON COTTON TIES, at 3 cents pen
pound.' Foe cale by
J. A. ENSLOW A CO.,
octlO_No. 141 East Bay.
-^TOOL! WOOL! WANTED.
Highest cash price paid for 20,000 ponnds V?t?$m\
washed WOOL, free from burs, and 10,000 poonda
Washed Wool. Apply to
M. GOLDSMITH A RON,
octa _Vend ne Range.
200 rolls XX and LUDLOW BAGGING (standard
weight) jost received, and wu be aold low and on
MOSES GOLDSMITH A SON,
octl4_Vend ne Range.
Containing NTNETY-NINE AND TWO-THIRDS.
PER CENT. Soluble Matter. Warranted tree
Irom all Imparities. Prepared in this city, and
for ?ale at the low price of FIFTEEN DOLLARS
per ton, CAS H. JOHN fl. HOLMES,
sepio tuttis_Charleston. 8. C.
T?HSS CT"M. SMITH~1HLL RES?MB
IvJL ber School on the flth of November, at her
residence, southeast corner of Spring street and
THE EXERCISE OF THE SUBSCRIB?
ER'? SCHOOL will be resumed on MONDAY,
the 2d October. WM. P. DiSAUSSURE.
TL/TBS. HOPSON PD?CKNEY WILL.
IVJL resume the Exercises of ber BOARDING
AND DAY SCHOOL for Yonng Ladles, on TUES?
DAY, october 8d, at No 58 Hasel street.
sep20-2mos . .
Jj^ISS FRANCIA DE WAGNER'S
DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND CHILDREN,,
No. 07 TBADD STRIKT.
The Fall Term will open MONDAY, October 2.
FRENCH AND ENGLISH DAY SCHOOL
FOB YOUNG LADIES AND CHILDREN.
Mesdames GIRARD A ALEXANDER will rA
eu me the Exercises of their SCHOOL (D. V.) on
MONDAY, October 0th, at No. &3 Bail street, corser
?or particulars as te terms, Ac, apply atv
" . IMMACULATE CONCEPTION,
"VALLE CRUCIS," NEAR COLUMBIA S. C.,
FOB TBI EDUCATION OF YOUNO LADIES, r DIB
THE IMMEDIATE SITER VISION or TU Btu
eiBUBBS OF TUB UBSULXNI
The ladles of Che Ursuline Community, s. C., re?
spectfully announce to their fr lends, and to tho
public, that the annual exercises of the Academy
win commence september lat. Their Institute
being devoted to the education of youth, au t
each member having received a long and cArjB.nl
training for that purpose, the achoo.s uffder
their charge, as well In the various countries of
Europe as m America, have never laUed to win
i L I retain lie confidence of parents and guar?
Nothing will be left undone In Impartlhg to the
pupils cuuflded ts ueir care a thorough educa?
non, lu i he highest sense of the word-not alone
instructing toe intellect, but with maternal care
bulding aul training the heart.
The situation of the Convent ls all that con be
detired for health and beauty. Ihe buildings are
on elevated ground, about two miles from the
capital, and In the nid.-t or an oak grove of
twenty acres. It is withm half an hour's drive
from the depot, where omulbusses and baggage
wagons await the arrival of passenger!*.
No distinction or religion will oe made In tbs
admission of pupils, nor will any un Jue influence
be used over their religions principles: bat, for
the maintenance of good order, all will be requlr
d to attend the exercises of Divine Worship pre?
scribed for the Academy.
From individu?is or societies disposed to aid In
tbeedncation or young ladies, applications for
the admission of pupils, at reduced torms, will
receive the most favorable consideration that
the circumstances of the school will admit. jj#
The Scholastic Year IB divided Into two SesslontpBjj*
-theflret commencing september 1st, and endlnf^^
February ist; the second commencing February
1st, and ending July 1st.
TERMS PE* SESSION-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Board, Washing, Fuel, Lights, Tuition tn Eng
uah, Need le Work and Domestic Economy.. $150
Pens. Ink and use of Library. 2
Kreuch, Latin, each.w
Harp, $30-use of instrument, $6.dm
Piano, $25-use of Instrument, $3.
Guitar, $18-use of Instrument, $2. 20
Vocal Music, (Bas-ini'd Method). li
I Vocal Music, private lessons. 26
Drawing in crayon. 10
Painting in Water Colors. 10
Painting in Pastel.?. 2a
Painting in Oils. 80
For further information, application may be
made to the MOTHER SUPEKluR, to Right Ber.
Bishop LYNCH, or to the Reverend Clergy.
July 14-r. novlD.caw
Decor at inc Hp holst cr rj.
PAPER HANGINGS, AC
W . J . T Kl M
Has on hand a large and carefully selected stock
Of UPHOLSTERY GOODS, WINDOW ?ll A DES, Pa?
per Hangings, Decorations, ?c.
CONSISTING IN PART OF :
A full line of WINDOW HOLLANDS AND SHADES
Swiss, Nottingham and Muslin Curtain?
Brocha, Reps, Terrys and Satin Detains
All Wool Damasks and Watered Moreena
French and English Cretonnes and Chintzes
Linen Coverings and Stripes, Bindings, Ac
Embroidered Plano and Table Covers
Victoria, Dining and Centre Table Covers
Tollanettes, Oil Cloths, Table and Desk Covering*
Drapery and Centre Tassels, Fringes and Gimpa
out, walnut and Rosewood Cornices
Bands, Tassel Hooks and Picture Nails
Hair, Wool, Cotton and Moss Mattresses
Pew and Pulpit Cushions,
AT No. 243 KING STREET, IN TUE BEND.*
rilHE BARNWELL SENTINEL.
ESTABLISHED !N 1862.
Reaches every Fireside, aud ts read by every
merchant, planter, and buslne-s man J* the
County. ls lt not the paper to advertise in ^