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. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1870.
NEWS OE TBE BA E.
-Gold closed lu New York, on Saturday, at
Cotton closed dull and heavy; uplands le^c;
sales 2100 bales.
-In Liverpool, cotton closed with a downward
tendency; uplands OKaOXd.; Orleans 9%a9)?d.;
sales 10,000 bales. .
-The treaty uniting the Kingdom of Bavaria
with the North Germin Confederation was signed
on Wednesday night.
-Hon. Horatio Seymour, or New York, h presi?
dent of a cheese factory, which he considers to be
more useful than had he been elected President
of the United States.
-The new Lord Mayor of London, Mr. Alder?
man Dakin, when a youth, went to London to
* seek his fortune. He entered a wholesale drug?
gist establishment as salesman, and rose step by
step to its bead.
-It ls now stated positively that the Post mas?
ter-General, In his report, will recommend the
adoption of the penny postal cards, similar to
those now in use In England and Germany. Tbe
card is bought stamped at the government post
office, and ls transmitted through the malls open.
-Amodel of a "ware ship" is on exhibition at
the Merchants' News Room, Boston, showing how
a vessel may be propelled by the uadulatory mo?
tion of the ocean. It consists or a ship within a
ship, as lt were, the inner ship working freely on
shafting set into the sides of the outer ship. The
lever power thus obtained ls communicated by ,
Ingenious mechanism to an air engine which pro?
pels the vessel. I
-The Ff each and Germans in Wisconsin and '
Jowa.it is said, continue to uso wooden shoes, I
and a large establishment for the manum-ture or
"sabots" has recently boen * tarted in Iowa by a
German. The cheaper kinds or sabots or wooden
shoes sell at rrom 35. to 50 cents a pair. Woodoo
shoes are also extensively woram large cittei by
dyers and other workmen, whose trades exposo
their feet to the action of water and other sub
stances destructive to leather.
-It is said that the Presiden,* wiU in his mes?
sage (which has been completed and was read to
thc Cabine: Wednesday) renew thc recommenda?
tions contained in his special message or last
July to Congress for the removal or restrictions
qp forelgn tmllt vessels, so that they can be fur?
nished with American reglstcra He will elabo?
rate this position, and maintain that lt lt nad
bee? fulfilled by Congress In July, thc present car?
rying trade w>u;d have been more generally lu
-3D\ Henry Bos3emer, whose name ls Identi?
fied with the process of steel manufacture, has.
conceived the Mea of strengthening the British
defences, by an "auXillury steam army," which 1
would.have at least this recommeuda'lon.for the I
economists-thar, it would cost comparatively lit- .
tlerto create, could DC cheaply worked ln the time ,
of war, and during peace would require neither
rations, clothes nor pay. His idea ls to have a
steam flr? englue throwing a shower of bullets l'
instead of water. A ste un Ure engine can throw i
181J? pounds-repro-enting 2340 Enfield rifle bul- |
leta-to a vertical height of one mlle every min- j
ute, with a consumption of about five poonda of
coal and three gallons of water.
-Though people are generally Hred pr the dc- }
tails of the European war, the story which Gus- .
tave Flourens tells of the intended revolutions or
the Reds of Purls) ls not without interest. Thc
fcit'e en masse an .1 the election of the Commuoe
having been decreed, he marche t his tirailleurs to
the Hotel de Ville, forming them upon the qual in
front. By request of the crowd he named as
members of a committee of public safety, Dorian,
Fiourens. Felix Pyatt, Motto, Avrall, Ranvler,
Mlillcre, Bianqui, De'escluse, Louis Blanc, Ras
paru, RocUerort, Victor Hugo and Ledru-Rollirr,
and they were acclaimed with enthusiasm. Then be
went to the hall, where, as he naively remark* |
. The m jin bers of thalate government were sittln;
for they were deposed by the fact of this ne
election," and found Trochu, Garnier-Patres, Juh
Simon, Jales Ferry, Jales .Favre and General
Tamisler. Ho read . the list of-the new govern?
ment, and proceeded to arrest the geh:lernen in
seseion, and.Bent for bis men. With them he
held the prisoners till 6 A. M. r.f the n*xt day, not
having force sufficient to remove them. Then
suddenly, a force of loyal troops having gained
the Interior by a subterranean passage from the
Napoleon barracks, the'tide wns turno/i, and thc
victors became the vanquished. Tuen a compro?
mise was eifvcted, an? tue fiery Flourensaa-i his
late "prisoners" went out arm In arm, amid pop?
-The business of furnishing arms to the nation a
now at war in Europe hos lately attained im?
mense proportions. Two weeks ago four steam?
ers went to France from New York direct, with
three hundred thousand muskets and equipments;
last week the Ontario went to Co .ve* for orders
with about one hundred thousand m >re; to-day
the Porelrc salis with a very large amount, and
assoon as she leaves ihe Brie ls to bo sent round
from Boston . to load with the same material.
The French have received from New York nearly
a mUliou of small a'rm3, besides some cannon and
a large number or pistols, sabres and cartridges;
and from England probably two hundrad thou?
sand more. Ttiis large exportation of arms
and .imtnunltlon oas hal tue effect or making
hasinesd very active in these particular branches
of trade, and many of the factories arc running
Oil extra time to try and-keep up with their or
i??8. We have also shipped a considerable num?
berer American torpedoes to both parties, but
merely Tor experimental purposes. If they prove
.?atisraotoFy,.large orders will be forwarded, and
manufacturers ore now making them in- antici?
pation or the propose J. demand. The war has
been quite proa table to the dealers la arms and
ammunition, and will make business very lively
for some tima to come among the manufacturers.
The ahipments. of cartridges since the war com
menced have amounted to over soo,ooo,ow for
muskets alone, and aoout half that number for
pistols. W g
P -The agent sent'to China by the Planters' As?
sociation or Honolulu to procure coolies has made
a report, from which lt appears that this class of
labor cannot be obtained at as low rates aa has
been supposed. The planters at Honolulu were j
willing to pay six dollars a month wages and ex?
penses, but the agent states that the Increased
demand for coolies for Callao and for the United
States has raised the wages to at least sixteen
dollars a month. Thc colonial government at
Hong Kong docs not permit "contract men" to
be shipped from thc port, and the agent, after
visiting several ports, failed to obtain 1 ?borers at
thc prices he was authorized to give. At
Macao, all contracts for labor abroad are
made for eight years, and only men between
the eges of twenty and forty years arc allowed to
be shipped. The coolies, also, are not disposed to
enter into contracts, the most of them refusing to
be taten to Callao, Peru, and fearirg that they
will be taken to that place, in breach of the
agreement to bc sent elsewhere. The preliminary
expenses in procuring coolies are very heavy,
amounting to over $130. The Items are as fol?
io j-s : Brokerage, from $35 to $G5; government
tax fe; advance to the coolie, $8; clothes and
blankets, $5 25; Inspection fee, 50 cents; food
consumed before leaving, $2; food during voy
age, $S to $10 ; doctor's and interpreter's
fees, $1 50 ; head coolie broker's fees, $3 to $5
extra, making a total of from $00 to $100. To
this must be added exchange, $17, and pas?
sage money, $20 to $40. lt 1B stated that coolie
laborers landed at Havana or at Callao cost fully
$200 each, and that the contracts are readily dis?
posed of at those places for $400, in consequence
of the mortality on the voyage. The wages- paid
at Havana amount to $4 a week, and the cost of
the coolies, it is estimated, is never less than $20
to $22 a month. It is believed that these high
rates will prevent thc employment of coolies In
the South, but, at thc same time, lt ls stated that
responsible Chinese houses In San Francisco, hav?
ing greater facilities, can obtain a better class of
agricultural laborers from the Interior of China
than can be found In the large cities and sea?
ports, without paying the heavy brokerage de?
manded of private agents pent out from this
The Eastern Question.
Making fall allowance for the coloring
given to important news by the London cor?
respondents of tho American press, there
seems to be no doubt that the Eastern ques?
tion is causing serious trouble in the British
Cabinet. From the beginning it was pre?
dicted that the Gladstone Cabinet would
split np when the united Liberals bad ac?
complished the disestablishment of the Irish
Church and had adopted a scheme of popu- '
lar education. Ail the ministers are Libe?
rals; but there ar? degrees in Liberalism,
and the difference of opinion between Lord
Granville and Mr. Bright, for instance, is as
great as the difference between the first
named minister and the more advanced
members of the opposition. The Liberal
party is divided into two wing3-the Radical
wing being led by Mr. Bright, as opposed to
tbe . Liberal conservatism of the school o?
Palmerston and Russell. Mr. Bright, more?
over, is a peace at-aDy-price man, and will
not consent to a war with Russia whatever
the provocation. Mr. Gladstone leans in
the same direction, and if a war policy be
determined on, it is hard to seo how either
of them can avoid a resignation. It was
reported on Saturday that Mr. Bright bad
already resigned, but this news lacks con?
firmation. The Cabinet meeting to be held
to-day will, in all probability, decide whether
the Gladstone Cabinet shall remain in
Dower. If. the majority of his colleagues
oppose his views, or if the Queen is dis?
satisfied with the ministerial programme,
Mr. Gladstone will have no alternative
but to leave the ministry, or to request
h or Majeety to cook twr uU ? ?mu. -
Bright, it will be- remembered, was a vigo?
rous opponent of the Crimean war, and'upon
the appeal to the country, which followed
the opposition of the advanced Liberals to
the policy of the Palmerston ministry, both
Mr. Bright and Mr. Cobden were defeated
by the pro-Palmerston candidates.
It is hard to tell what is the temper of the
English people at tills stage of Hie discus- ;
sion of the troublesome Eastern question.
A few days will make matters more clear,
but it ?3 hardly to bo hoped that England,
renouncing lier traditional policy, will take
the sensible course of conceding to Russia
that fair play which, under similar circum?
stances, she would demand for herself. That
the power which . has territorial control of
the Euxiue should not be permitted to build
a fort upon Us shores, or to sail a vessel of
war upon its waters, is so manifestly unjust,
that the restrictions of the treaty of Paris,
so far a3 il fetters the action of Russia, must, .
t>efore long, be abrogated, whether England
likes it or not. Aud Mr. Gladstone will,
ioublless, bear in mind the significant dec?
laration that the interests of Germany and
Russia are one and the same.
The Census anil the Apportionment.
The work of completing the .United States
census ha3 proceeded so rapidly of late that
a sufficiently exact statement may be made
for determining the relative strength of the
States to each other in the Congress to be
next elected, which will meet in March, 1872.
The" present House of Representatives con?
sists of 243 member*. Assuming that num?
ber to remain unchanged, upon the basis of
a population of 38,471,998, the ratio of the
new representation would be 158*324. Divi?
ding the population of each State by this
ratio, and giving members to the States
having the largest fractions sufficient to
make a total of'243 members, the distribu?
tion would stand as follows:
The New Eugland States have 21 mem?
bers, viz: Maine 4, New Hampshire 2, Ver?
mont 2, Massachusetts 9, Rhode Island 1,
Connecticut 3-being ? loss of one member
in each State.
The Middle States have 60 members in?
stead of 61, viz: New York 28, a loss of 3;
Pennsylvania 25, a gain of 1; New Jersey 6,
a guin of 1; and Delaware 1, as at present.
The Southern States have 75 members, a3
at present, viz: Murylund 5, Virginia 8,
West Virginia 3, North Carolina 7, South
Carolina 5, Georgia 7, Florida I, Alabama
6, Mississippi 5, Louisiana 4, Texas 5, Ar?
kansas 3, Tennessee 8, and Kentucky 8.
The only changes are in South Carolina and
Tesus, which gain one member each, and in
Louisiana and Kentucky, each of which
States loses one member.
The .'Western States have 87 members in?
stead of 80, viz: Ohio 17, Indiana ll, Illi?
nois 16, Michigan, 7, Wisconsin 7, Maine 3,
Iowa T, Kansas 2, Missouri ll, Nebraska 1,
Nevada 1, California 3, Oregon 1. Ohio
loses 2 members. Michigan, Wisconsin,
Minnesota, Iowa and Kansas gain 1 member
each, and LUiDois.and Missouri gain 2 mem?
. .<??'" .
I sOfttli *!H'P. JWW ._'?.>' ' . . -..
The aummiDg np ia that- ^
The New England States lose ^itf?miS?T^
The Middle States lose 1 member. ~.
jjT?e Westera States:gain 7 members.
'And the Southern States hold .their own.
If Congress should increase the numerical
strength of the House of Repr?sent?mes;
by adopting a lower ratio than we have ap?
plied, the New EDgland States might retain
their present representation; but, as the
population would be the s?me, the West and
the South wonld gain iii the same degree as
A Scene from thc Forty Thieves.
lt seems that the comical trial scene iu
the well-known burlesque of the Forty
Thieves ia to be played "in real earnest" iu
Columbia, with the difference, however, that
the Hasserac of the occasion craves a seat
in the gorgeous Senate chamber at Wash?
ington, while the judge, whose opinions
oscillate with the alternating preponderance
of rival money bags, is the honorable body
known as the Radical General Assembly of
The money-bags of Chief Justice Moses
contain just $30,000, and are supplemented
by the filial fondness and smooth tongue of
the Speaker of the House. Mr. Attorney
General Chamberlain goes as high as $35,000,
to which may be added the money value of
the udroit manipulations of Mr. Timothy
Hurley. All this intimidates Senator Rob?
ertson, who is in doubt whether $40,000
would prove a profitable investment At all
events, he ought to know. The members of
the General Assembly are as coldly impar?
tial as the burlesque judge. Fifty votes can
be disposed of at four hundred dollars each,
and the market has an upward tendency.
The general determination is to give all the
candidates a patient hearing, to accept
bribes on all sides, and, when the election
comes off, to go for the candidate who offers
the most ready money.
The Columbia Union assorts that the
South Carolina Reformers, through the poli?
tical campaign, did not tight upon principle,
"for as soon as the contest is closed, and
"they find themselves io a hopeless minority,
"they renounce the platform upon which they
''professed to be fighting, and come out in
"support of their true principles-Democra?
cy." This charge, so far as we know, has
no other foundation than the desire to say
something smart and malicious. The men
who voted the Reform ticket, and supported
the Reform movement, stand to-day precise- j
ly where they stood on the day preceding
the elections; that is, they recognize the
civil and political status of the negroes, and
the binding force of all the amendments to
the State and Federal Constitutions. This
assertion of the position of the colored man,
together with the fixed principle of nominat?
ing to office only intelligent aud trustworthy
men, without regard to color or condition,
was the whole platform of the Reformers,
and from that platform, as the Union ought
to know, they have never receded a step. ,
A Bi8hopville planter writes to the Sum?
ter News that he has made this season thir?
ty-two bales of cotton, weighing 400 pounds
ouch, from just thirty-two acres of land.
This waa the result of an intelligent upplica
uuu ur rei uuzcia una lui uranun;, auuiv '
shows conclusively how much may be ac?
complished by those who are progressive
enough in their ideas to use the means of
quickening and invigorating tho soil which
now lie ready to their hands.
THE New York Citizen, in an able leader
upon National Democracy, declares that the
issues of the past are laid aside, and that
the necessities of the- present and future
must be boldly met and boldly treated.
Now that thc blacks are free, why, it asks,
should Democrats feel animosity towards
them ? The fiat of arm3 has determined
that the National Government is paramount;
the restored State governments, good, bad
or indifferent, must he accepted and respect?
ed. The negroes, thorefore, are safe in all
their rights, and the Southern State govern?
ments will only be changed by the instruct?
ed suffrages of the people. The past, says
tho Citizen, is laid aside and settled, and in
the future we are to have a nation governed
for the udvautoge of all and sympathizing
with manhood and the love of freedom every?
THE Winnsboro' News says that the idea
that the carpet-baggers and scalawags were
responsible for the bitter feelings of the
blacks towards the whites was a wholesome
illusion, and prevented much bloodshed and
perhaps anarchy. Bub it ia time for the
press and the politicians to know that the
negroes are- banded together in politics as a
necessary consequence of emancipation,
and that this banding together would have
taken place without the help of a single
white rascal. Blood ia thicker than water.
THE New York Post charges President
Grant with "gross and interested abuse'of
"authority," and with "prostitution of the
"civil service." The articles of impeactf
ment upon which President Johnson was
tried read like gracious compliments in com?
parison with the charges which some of
the most able and Influential Radical papera
bring against their President.
THE negroes in Southern Georgia, under
the lead of Bullock's pets, are organizing
what they call "mob clubs," whose object is
the "mobbing" of any colored men whp dp
not vote the straight Radical ticket. There
was something o? this kind in South Carolina
during the late canvass, and in Sumter
County-they still have full swing-burning
barns in place of mobbing voters.
THE Patriot sets the entire population of
the United States at 38,471,998, and of the
Territories at 479,531, making the total popu?
lation of the States and Territories 38,951,
Stones, Ranges, &r.
QOOKING STOVES, RANGES AND
HEATING STOVES. FOR SALE BT WM. SHEP?
HERD ? CO., No. 24 HAYNK STREET AND No. 3ft
PLNOKNET STREET. .. m
THE LADIES' FUEL SOCIETY WILL
meet THIS DA?k28tfrof November, st'W
Depository. Chalmew^Btr?et, at 1- o'clock P. li.
Ward Distributors and OaBso'Or? are reqnested^to
be punctual in their attendance, as business of
importance will be brought before the metung.:
The wood factors are; requested to be present .
with their estimates of the price of wood for the !
Hy order of the President. nov28
ST. ANDREW'S LODGE, No. IO, A. F. M.
An Extra Communication of this Lodge will
be held THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at Masonic
Hall. Ry order W. M.
nov28 L. P. SPEISSEGGER, JR., Secretary.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 9, A. F. M.
The Regular Monthly Meeting of thi^ Lodge
will be held THIS EVENING, at Masonic Hall, at
half-past 7 o'clock. Officers nnd members will
please be punctual. Candidates for the E. A. De?
gree win be punctual. By order W. M. .
noviS j. H. LOEB, Secretary. *
PLOUGH MAKERS.-WANTED TWO
or three good bands that are accustomed to
the manufacture or Ploughs. Good wages and
s'eady work. Apply at P. P. TOALE'S Sash and
Blind Factory, Uorloeck's Wharf, near Northeast
ern Railroad Depot. _nov28
WANTED. A GOOD COOK AND
Washerwoman/and also a Bouse Servant.
The best references will be required. Apply at
No. 6 Ashley street. nov28
OVERSEER WANTED.-A FIRST
( LASS Overseer ls wanted to take charge of
a large rice planting interest. None need apply ?
unless they can give good references. Apply to
COHEN, HANCEEL A CO., No. 46 East Bay.
WANTED, A GOOD NURSE. APPLY
at No. e Ohnrch street, near the Battery.
A LL IN WANT OF ROOTS, SHOES,
?IL HATS, AC, go to MURRAY'S, No. 113
Market street, near Ring, sign of "Big
Boot"-wholesale and retah. He sells
_cheap. Go and try him.. nov28-2*
WANTED-A COLORED WET NURSE
without a child. Good references reqolred.
Apply at No. 57 Tradd street._nov26-2? I
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN FOR A
Dry Goods Store; one who is acquainted
with the business preferred. Apply at No. 282 I
WANTED, TO HIRE FOR SIX MONTHS
dr a year, a desirable Residence-preferring
tn have the same furnished or partly furnished,
with locality on or near the Battery, ornear Rut?
ledge street. Address communications to Box A,
NEWS office._nov23 J
AMALE TEACHER WANTED, TO
take charge of the Mineral Springs Acade?
my, Marlboro' County, S. O. Good references re
tuired. AddresB B. N. ROGERS, Bcnnettsville,
/COMPANION OR HOUSEKEEPER.
" J A lady of cheerful disposition, to whom
salary would be no object, desires to obtain em?
ployment as a governess, lady's companion or
house keeper, either in the city or country. An I
Interview or any further Information may be had
by ad resslng P, DAILY NEWS ofhee. ort28
ALARGE LOT OF VESTS' AT SI 50.
Call and see them at 0. E. & A. S. JOHN?
HORSES FOR SALE.-A NICE CHOICE
lot of Horsey cheap for cash. Inquire at
No. 52 State street._nov28-mwi3?
TWO COWS WITH YOUNG CALVES
for sale low at J. C. U. CLAUSSEN, Market
JUST ARRIVED AND FOR SALE. A
large lot of APPLES, POTATOES, ONIONS,
aud an assortment of Country Produce. Apply
to W. HUNT'S, No. 42 Market street, northside,
above Church street._nnva*-l?
FOR SALE, ONE FINE ROSEWOOD
P'ANO, by J. FRASER MATHEWES, No. 50
Broad street. novJ8-mtuth?4
FOR SALE, ONE SECOND-HAND
BOILER 30 Inches diameter, 22 feet long,
lu good order, ?Ith Front, Grate, Bara, Beams,
4c, complete Apply to THURSTON & HOLMES,
Adger's North Wharf. . nov2l-mth
FOR SALE, THAT LARGE AND ELE
GANT three story Brick Residence, situated
at the uorthwest. corner of Pitt and Calhoun
streets. Terms easy. Apply to W. J. Mc EE RALL,
Harton, S. 0. _Julyl8-mth
AT PRIVATE SALE. - HANDSOME
AND DESIRABLE RESIDENCE IN THE
HBALTHY AND GROWING TOWN OF FLOR
ENc.E^s.jj.-^AU that LOT OF iJiMD. meaanring I
street, with thc neat and .handsome two story P
Dwelling House, Kitchen, Stables. Storehouse,
Dalry and all necessary outbuildings. Thedwed-'
lng has six comfortable rooms. All the build?
ings are in excellent order. On the premises are
a choice selection of frnlt trees, grape vines and
shade trees; also, an excellent vegetable garden.
Good well of pure water. In .all, the entire
premises are In splendid order, and regarded a
most desirable residence, and located In thc
fashionable street. The terms will bc reasonable
to an acceptable party. Apply to or address
GEORGE McD. STOLL.
Real Estate Agent,
octl0-mth2mos_Florence. S. C. j
AT PRIVATE SALE TO DECEMBER 1, I.
the Desirable HOUSE AND LOT, No. 18
Montague street. Lot 60 by ?oo feet; high und f
dry; Uist-r.itc nclghb?rhojd. Apply to J. Mc- ?
C A BE. State Cotton P-css, corner East Bay and -
Plnckney street._. iu>v24-6
FOR SAT.E, A No. 1 WHEELER &,
WILSON'S SKWJXG MACHINE. In Cabinet
<\-vse-chcnp. Apply tt J. L. LCNSKOKD'S. No. 27 '
Qtiecn street._?_nov23 J
HOOK AND LADDER TRUCK FOR
SALE-six L.DoK?S and full comple?
ment or Hooks. Axes. Lanterns, .tc, In perfect c
order, ano geodas nev; will be i old cheap. Ap
ply.to M. H. NATHAM Chief of Fire Department, .
Charleston. S. C._iiovlO-lmo
FOR SALI OR LEASE.
$450 wilt buy 1 ix norse STEAM ENGINE, C
and French Burr Sion GRIST MILL. Apply at
this office. . novis-12* r
CH i ^fife -J011 SALE, A TONG
UD*?0\J\J? ESTABLISH Ell ii U S 1
NESS, (Retail.) payingi net prout of $2500 per an
num.. Ampie time gUn a purchaser to learn the
business. This ls a rat chance tor au active man
to secure a permanet income. Business done
wholly ror cash. Fenns having the "stamps'
and meaning buslnes may address "$2500 lu
come," Box V, DAILT NKWB Office, glvini: real
FOR SALE, TREE FARMS, TWO
miles rrom tlPortRbyal Railroad, In
the Whippy Swamp elghborhood. One Farm
contains 375 acres, ce 335 acres, and one 160
acres. Each Farm ct tains one hundred acres
good planting land, ah two or three coraron
able cablus bu eaclulso well Umbered, good
range Tor cottle and hrs; and perfectly healthy
all the season*. Fonartlculara apply to R. D.
H., Barnwell Village. mavio
FOR RENT, TH LARGE, FINE AND
eligible buslne? Stand In thc Town or
Florence, known as "rome P. Chase's Store."
Apply to. or addre JEROME P. CHASE,
Florence, S. C. nov21-2*
TO RENT, A 70-STORY HOUSE,
on Oh.? riot*e streeS'o. 45. Apply to Doctor
1!. A. RODRIGUES Ming street. nov28-l
TO RENT, THfE KOOKS, WITH
kitchen accomm ir ions, desirably located,
nnd to persons wlthouclilldren. Apply at this
. office._ti o V20-2*
AN UNFURNBfJD SECOND STORY
front room. wthOARD for a gentleman
and wife, or two slirleentleineB, may bc had ia
ii central an I mosr. orunlent locality, near the
Proton*? and bothlneof City Railwuy. Address
M, DAILY NKWS oihe. nov24
TO RENT, ? 5)MFORTABI,E TWO
and-a half SuryJous", No. 4 Mary street
Apply ut the su??sst corner of. Church and
Ciialiners si reefs. V nov22
FOR RENT ORALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE In Utgeburg District, situated
on Lyons Creek, thread a half miles rrom the
>onth Carolina Raltd. The tract contains
?6O0 acres, soil rich ' clay, adapted to cotton,
corn, wheat, root croaud clover.
A splendid range roattle; sunny hillsides for
vineyards, and low ;<ls for meadows. Lyons
Creek, a large, nevering stream runs through
the estate, and lurnl? one or the finest water
powersTu the State.
A most valuable irbre has been discovered
recently on the place.
The estate has on all the necessary farm
buildings, negro hes, barns, stables, gin
houses and small diing. It has been in con
staut cultivation since war, and the splendid
growing crop wouid l entire satisfaction.
It ls offered ror r or Bale, on reasonable
Address Mrs. L M. KEITT,
Society Hiltrlington District, S. O.
Or R. M. MARSHJ A BRO., No. 38 Broad
street, " aug4
A B. 8 T??i LYMAN'S
- rv- DRYSGOODS HOUSE, ^
. .??" 'Ii . fi ir. >.
.V o. : ... 2 8 L--1F; G 3 T R EyE T ,
. Fourtli door below Wentworth Street.
BLANKETS AND COMFORTS,
A large heavy pair of Bed Blankets for $5.
BLACK AND BLUE BROADCLOTHS.
C ASSIMERES, SATINETS and KENTUCKY JEANS
All very cheap.
BEAL WELSH AND SHAKER FLANNELS.
5-4 BALLABDOALE SHAWL FLANNEL.
Of the most approved makes.
CAMBRIC EDGINGS AND INSERTING^,
A very large assortment, and
CHEAP FOR CASE,
? At .
A. B. STILLMAN'S,
No. aSl King Street
jyiEss GOODS: DRESS GOODSI
LOUIS CO E EN ? CO.
Beg leave to announce that they are just in re?
ceipt of s choice assortment of *
which will be offered at mach rednced prices,
owing to their recent purchase in the course of a
declining market. Consisting or
... MOHAIRS, BOMBAZINES,
ALPACAS, Ac, AO.
KID OLOVES AND SASHES.
With entirely new additions to the above, we
can exhibit the choicest and most fashionable
Goods to be found, and at lowest prices.
Wc beg to draw particular attention to one Oas?
COLORED ALPACAS, DOUBLE WIDTH,
In ali shades, to be sold this day at 18 cents.
Together with the above will be found a full
supply of stylish
BROCHE SHAWLS AND CLOTH AND SILK
' Our stock of
PRINTS, LONG CLOTHS,
SHEETINGS, TABLINGS, .
And other Goods belonging to our line, will be
round complete, anil at very reasonable prices.
A call ls respectfully solicited.
. LOUIS COHEN A CO.,
. No 248 King street.
LOUIS COHEN. !>. BSNTSCHNER.
_jmvi8=mwfl3 _ .__. JL_- _
J1URCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO ,
No. 241 KING STREET.
GREAT BARGAINS IN CARPET8.
GREAT BARGAINS IN CARPETS.
G BEAT BARGAINS IN CA&PETS.
SO rolls INGRAIN CARPETS, at GO cents
LO rolls Brussels Printed Carpet, at 40 cents
worth 60 cents
?0 Druggets, 12 by 12, at $10-worth $18.
A laige assortment or Rl<GS, MATS, Oil Cloth
ind Matt ng, constantly on hand. oe wi
pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
jargest, best, and finest selection In town,
1 case of tine DltESS GOODS at 20c. worth 30c,
1 case Culoicd Alpacas at 20c, worth 30c.
I case of Plain Poplins, our own importation,
inly 25c, worth 37)ic.
.lease of German Plaids, of all shades, only 40c,
1 case or yt Black and White Poplin only 2ic.
l ease af Empress Cloths, In all colors, only 65c
elebrated Lenos make.
A large stock of the celebrated "Elephant" Al
lacas, at. very low tl pures.
All colors 10 Twilled Merinos, 4-4, at 85 to 90c.
25 piece- Irts'i Silk Poplins *t$l, worth $1,50.
A grand selection of Albanate Striped, Pealn and
leppe t Silk Pop,ms, ac reasonable prices.
io pieces or Heavy Black Mik at $2, worth $250,
A iso. a tine selection of Colored. Silks, Colored
nd mack Velvetlncs nnd Velvets. oct3l
^URCHGOTT, BENEDICT ?fc CO.,
No. 244.KING STREET.
1 case Black and White Large SHAWLS, only
2 as, worth $3.
l case B ack and White Double Shawls, on>y
4 25, worth $5.
l case Men's Travelling Shawls, only $5, worth
A full selection of other Shawls from 76c. to $10.
3 cases of good quality Balmoral Skirts, only $1.
pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT <fe CO.,
NO. 214 KING STREET.
A supply of the Finest French, Belgian, German
nglish and Domestic CLOTHS.
Beavers, Doeskins, Broad Cloths, Velvetiues,
iagounl'a, Meltons, Cheviots, Corduroy, Cassl
Ladies' Cloaking-prices guaranteed to give full
1 case of double width English Waterproof
oth. only $1, worth $1 so. Cad in time to so?
ire lt. 0Ct3I
^IJRCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KING STREET.
I case OPERA FLANNELS, only 45 and 60c,
Red and White Flannels, from'-26c up.
mo pntr White Blankets, 10 4. at $3 60, worth $5.
loo pair White Blankets, 10-4, Extra, at $s, worth
jlURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
NO. 244 KING STREET.
L full assortment of Hocker's SHOPPERS,
ix A Son's Balhrlgans, sold at Importing pri?es.
00 dozen of the celebrated '-Vidette" Kid
ives at $1, quality warranted.
lie only place to get the celebrated French
.ke of Coupe Jon vin and Alexander Derrent Kid
ives-Qt und quality guaranteed.
1 rall line of Trimming and Sash Ribbons; Plain,
lped and Plaid always on hand.
5 cartoons o Black and Colored Velvet Rib
is, ac pelees to defy competition.
L full assortments FURS on hand. octSl
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
hey ? - purely vegetable, safe and sure. The
t In use. For sale by Dr. H. BARR, .
No. 181 Meeting street,
cw Wholesale Agent
C BRESTOM AT H10 %0 COTY ?F THE CHARLE S--;
ffi fj, TONCt???LEOE -g
?1U beheld, in the^??Uege Chapel, THIS (Mon*,
day) EVBNINO, at;8 o'clock.
The order of exercises will be as follows:
Anniverrary- Oration,'- by-Mr.-A. -HANOKEL.
Anniversary Lecture, by Prof. F. W. CAPERS.
Subject-Socrates. .. "
The public are invited to attend.
nov28-* COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS.
^CADEM? OF MUSIO.
Lessee.LACHA KEHN g.
THIS (MONDAT) EVENING,
First appearance of the charming
and full Burlesque and Opera Bouffe Company.
In the .
FIELD OF THE CLOTH OF GOLD,
THE GREAT HERNANDEZ,
AND THE LEON BROTHERS.
A HERNANDEZ PANTOMIME.
Seats secured six days In advance.
nov28-l . _
A B A L L
GERMAN FIRE COMPANY.
.Will be held at their Hall, Chalmers street, on
WEDNESDAY, November 30,1870, at 8 o'clock T.V'.
nov26-8 THE COMMITTEE.
rjlHE FIEST GRAND ANNUAL BALL
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
AT THE - '
. HALL OF THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER T,
UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE FOLLOW?
ING COMPANIES :
Pioneer Steam Fire Company of Axmen.
Eagle Steam Fire Company. .
Vigilant Fire Company. -
Phoenix Steam Fire Company.
Charleston Hook and Ladder Company, No. 2.
iEtna Steam Fire Company,
ccrman steam Fire Company. .
Palmetto Steam.Fire Company.
Hope Steam Fire Company.
Washington Steam Fire Company.' '
Hook and Ladder Company, No. 1.
Yonng America Steam Fire Company.
Stonewall Steam Fire Company.
M. H. NATHAN, Chief Fire Department..'
R. M. ALEXANDER, First Assistant Chief.
C. P. AlMAR, Second Assistant Chief.
F. L. O'NEILL, Third Assistant Chief..
B. M. STROBEL, Clerk of Board.
A. T. SMYTHE. W. R. MCINTOSH,
L. D. MOWRY. Captain W. A. KELLY,
J. C. LACOSTE, Major E. WILLIS,
R. C.? BARKLEY. . J. H. ALBERS,
HUGH FERGUSON, W. H. SMITH,
Captain J. M. CARSON, A. B. JARVIS,
Major G. h. BUIST. R. 8. BRUNS,
Hon. W. D. P?RTER, JOHN CHADWICK,
E. D. ENSTON, J. H. DEVEREUX,
J. H. STEINMEYER, H. B. OLNEY,
E. H. JACKSON, H. T. PEAKE, : #
AKCHB'LD CAMERON, Major 0. B. SIG WALD,
C. BART, Hon. T. Y. SIMON'S,
Capt. F. W. DAWSON, JAMES DUNNING:
Dr. T. R. ALDRICH, JAS. ARMSTRONG, Jr.,
T. S. SIGWALD, Chairman.
A. J. J AG ER, Secretary and Treasurer.
T. R. KEEGAN, H. L. CALDER,
J. DELES LAIN, GEO. MOMBIL,
J. W. STEVENS, M. HARRIS,
J. P. CAHILL, W.H. SIGWALD.
C. E. SUREAU, T. J. MELVIN,
C. E. STEINMEYER.
J. J. O'NEILL, H. J. O'NEILB,
A. H. MOWRY.
F II CEN IX.
SAMUEL WRAGG. W. M. BRUNS.
H. F. FABER.
HOOK AND UDDER, NO. 2,
H. C. CONKLIN, T. C. ASTLE,
C. H. TI FT.
T. J. LYONS, WALTER WEBB, Jr.,
H. G. CARNIGHAN.
T. J. LILIENTHAL, J. L. HARBERS.
J. H. OETGEN. -
THOMAS CORCORAN. THOMAS MILLER,
W. H. TUOMEY. '
HOPE. : -
A. B. HAIGHT. W. E. ABRAMS. .
C. F. LYNCH, M. O'MARA,
J. J. GUENVER.
HOOK. AND LADDER NO. 1.
J. H. LOEB, JOHN DOYLE,
- A. JOHNSTON.
A. W. LEWIN, J. J. CALLAHAN,
STONE IVA LL.
3. W. SEIONIOUS, W. E. JENNINGS,
W. H. SCHIFFLEY.
Tickets can be purchased from either b"f the
Funlir Managers. . novu
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC HALL,
COMMENCING SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. t
The assemblies will be as follows : MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS from
i to 6 o'clock, and TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY NIGHTS from half-past 7 to IO.
Admission to Night Assemblies 60 cents; Ohfl
Iren 25 cents. Tickets in packages of twelve, $3,
Jae of Skates, 26 cents.
Afternoon Assemblies, Ladles and ChUdren, in
iludlng use of Sates, 26 cents; Gentlemen, inciud
ng use of Skates, 60 cents.
Season tickets of admission (good for aU assem?
bles during three months) for gentlemen $5; for
adles $3; for gentlemen and lady. $7 60.
Vf ISS A L. SALOMON CONTINUES
JKL to teach WAX and ROSIN FRUIT;. Wax,
V'orsted, Hair, Leather and Paper Flowers; Ore?
tan and Oriental Painting;- Embroidery, Tapestry
nd Tufiing Work; Crochet, Netting, Knitting
nd Fancy Work, in its various branches, at No.
J So iety street, third door east of Meeting,
diere specimens can be seen
Orders in any of the above branches promptly
?rr. PETER'S SCHOOL (COLORED.)
Admitted-Catholic children, or to be raised as
loll. . .
Tuition-Lower Classes. 25c; Higher Classes,
lc, every two weeks In advance.
Teacher-Miss M. DELETIRB.
NIGHT SCHOOL, AT 7 P. M.
Admitted-Youug tneu of any creed.
Tuition-50c. every.two weeks in advance.
Teacher-Mr. E. FOltNS.
FRENCH CLAS?. HALF-PAST 3 P. M.
Admitted-Young ladles of any creed.
Tuition-For members of oar Day School, 25c;
r others, 40c, every two weeks In advance.
Teacher-Miss M. DE LETTRE.
A. M. FOLCHI,
nov23-12 Pastor St. Peter's Church, Principal.
71NGLISH AND GERMAN SCHOOL, No.
JJ 82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercises Of
is institution embrace all the branches necessary
r a good English and Commercial education.
ie hours from 3 to 6 o'clock P. M. are devoted
German lessons, viz: Grammar, Speaking,
rltlng and Reading. Lessons tn Drawing and
muling every Saturday morning. The Night
hool from 7 to 9 o'clock, Tor exercises of Arith
stlc, Reading, Spelling and Writing, aud Orna
jntal and Mechanical Drawing for adults,
rue Academy is under my special superinten
nee, with the assis tan ee of Mr. J. MCDONALD,
ss J. H. ANGEL, Miss LEONHARD!, Miss J.
Focal Music by Professor F. BERCKHAN. -,..
0. H. BERG MANN,
S VINTOJB? 18?8,
\EI??HT DOIX?ABS PER GALLON.
n0V24-3m08_JOHN HUBKAMP A 00.
g"TTL-'.'T. !. j Sj ? "h'jT? .. 7"
6000 sacks to arrive and for sale from wharf In
lots to snit parchasen at $i 45 per sack. Drayage
to railroads or boats 10c. per, sack. Guaranteed
standard weight 2T0 pounds.
nov28-smwf4 GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.
N' E W CROP y E W O BL EA NS
15 obis. Choice New Crop N. O. MOLASSES
9 bair bbl?. Choice New Crop-N:0. Molasses
20 kegs Choice New Crop N- 0. Molnsaon. . '
Just reeelved by Railroad, ?nd for Bare on con?
signment by STREET BROTHERS A CO.
rjpHE GOOD . THINGS.,
--_ - .?
E HT?. EES FOE
?REAKFA8T, .SUPPERS, LUNCHES.
We have opened thia week for retailing, b?rrela
and kega of
Souaed Tripe andHga'Fee^- ^' "1 *****
Lamba' Tongues, Saar Kraai .
Sound s and Tongues
Dutch Herring, Halibut Fm*
New Mesa and No.. 1 Mackerel *
Fulton Market Pickled Beef V -
FamUy Pig Pork - ' . v..
Pickled Beef Tongues. ?? - '?? ' -
Our patrons Beadtng for ac* of the ab ove, will
please send vesiela, otherwise they will be
wrapped In paper. For shipping, we hay? them
put up in kita and kegs.
, SMOKED- MEATS, 4,0; .
SMOKED BEEF TONQUES] .?
smoked Beef .
Smoked Saln??n **
Sugar-cared Breakfast Strips
Sugar-cnred Family Pig Hame
Codnah and Herring '
Bologna Sausage. '. *"'-" ^i"'
AU a?lected with the utmost care ai-to qnaiisy.
- , EVERT E. BEDFORD,
, WM. Si CORWIN A CO.,..
nov22_ .. . No: 278.Klngstreet.
QH.?ISTM AS CHEE'Bl
! . .?-.? 'ti?; uta .iuij '-...?>
Mow Ia the time to lay .lu
SUPPLIES FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Toucan " V ? . *
; S A V E M O N ? 'Ki
By Dealing at
WILSON'S-FAMILY GROCBRY, .
Southeast Corner Anson and Sodftty streets.
T~H AT D O^ LAE TEA
THAT DOLLAR TEA ??A ?
- THAT1 DOLLAR TE A.
Green and Black, $1 a pound. . - r -*i ?
At WILDON'S GROCERY.
COFFEE, ALL KINDS. GREEN, BOAST?
ED AND GROUND, V* * "w? w
At_ WILSON'S GROBEBY.
COCOA, FARINA AND CHOCOLATE,
ALL KIND-, '
At_??' " WILSON'S GROCERY.
FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND SYRUPS,
At ~ - WILSON'S OftOOERY.
SUGARS RETAILED AT WHOLES ACE
. At . ' WILSON'S GROCERY.
CANNED FRUITS; PRESERVES' AND
' . SPICES;-- ' .
At . WILSON'S GROOEBX.
POTTED MEATS- AND IMPORTED
.SAUCES. ..:.-,? r
? At _WILSON'S GROCERY,,
ENGLISH, PICKLES, FRENCH MUS
. ,TARDrITALIAN OILS,
At ,_ WILSON'S GROCERY.
SALMON, LOBSTERS, MACKEREL
At . ' . . WILSON'S GROCERY.
PEEK, FREA?T& 'CO'S UNRIVALLETT
" ENGLISH BISCUITS, ? ;
At WILSON'S GROCERY.
SMOKED HAM-1, TONGUES, 8HOULTA
At_ WILSON'S GROCERY.
A LMONDS, FIGS AND FBEJtOS
OL PRUNKS, *
At_ . WILSON'S QROCBRY, '
RAISINS, CURRANTS AND CITRON,.
At Wn.SON'3 QROOERY.
f 1HOICE GOSHEN BUTTER; LARD, BY
U ' the tub, firkin or tierce.
At_ WILSON'S GROCERY. "
DHEESES-^EDAM; PINEAPPLE, ENG?
LISH DAIRY; SAPSAGO, FACTORY, STIL?
EN, IMITATION-ENGLISH. Ac, Ac,. ! *
At . .. ._WILSON'S GROCERY.
PRICES- LOWER THAN THE LOWEST
. ?. . .? . \s
SAMPLES OF TEA SENT FREE.
Address Postofflce Box 333, Charleston, S. 0.
NO CHARGE FOR PACKING.
All Goods DELIVERED FREE in any part or the
.'. Remember the place, -r
WILSON'S GROCERY, . * .
Southeast Corner Anson and Society streets,
_.' ' ._Charleston, 8. 0.
^ORN AND OATS.
10,000 bushels primo old CORN . . . . .
3,000 bushels prime black and white Seed
and reeding Oats. 1
For sale by
nov?_ T. J. KERR A CO.
J EAT H ct R I 0 $ ,
N?. 9 BJ TNB STREET, CBAXLBSTON, S. C.,
WHOLESALE DEAL! ES IN
HISKTES, BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, CIGARS, "
TOBACCO, ic, ~*
ave on hand, and are dally receiving, a larg?
id well selected stock of the above, which they
fer on the most favorable terms..
We have still retained the services or Mr. JOB
1WSON, who wlU be pleased to see his friends.
j bbls. chelee Eating POTATOES, Goodrich's,
Jackson Whites, Ac
For sale in lots to suit purchasers, by
RAVENEL 4 HOLMES.
?ovl5_No. 177 East Bay.
JOTATOES1 POTATOES I
"Tow landing, ex brig Heslln, at Brown 4 Oo.'s
kW b?rrela JACKSON WHITE POTATOES, la
e order, will be~Bold?from wharf, m lota .to ault
rchasers, at $3 per barrel, cash on delivery.
Apply to MOaES GOLDSMITH 4 SON,
?ovfl Yendne Range.
TPHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
J . DRINK.
A SURE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
)ne Dollar a Bottle. Sent by mau, postage
idi on receipt of price. T,- - ,
HeAnUdoto ls the beat remedy that.can fee
ministered in Mania-a-Poto, and also rcratt
-vous affeckana, '-"i f? - - -
Fer sale by : Dr. FL BARK,