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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2*, 1880.
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JVJBTrVS OF TUF. DAY.
?Tn Liverpool cotton closed at lljal2d. for
uplands; 12jal24<l. for Orleans.
?In New York colton closed Hrm. Sales 2200
bales; middling nt 20jo,
?Gold closed very dull nt 2!>Ja30.
?It is said that New York lost n $1,000,000
picture gallery by an omission in the will of
Henry Keep, Hie railroad millionaire.
?The receipts oflhc recent Slate fair or Illi
nois were $20,000; of the Slate fair of Wiscon
sin, $7500; of the Slate fair of Indiana. $211,081).
?The Rnlcltrh, N. C, Standard says there
Bas Im??" - Isiiing Increase In the valua
llmt city and neighborhood
wil .in tin .a months.
^"jCI 'illy-live ,lured men left Richmond,
" "h : i d , for the CJulf States, where
\ ;.. to ree l , - $18 to $20 per month,
many others are preparing to follow.
?Low shoes are quite fashionable, the most
fashionable being the Marie Antoinette slipper.
This is made higher nt Ihe back than sides,
with a small, high heel, and the front is nearly
covered by full plaiting* of satins that res'
loosely upon the top of the foot above the
slipper, with nn ornament of steel or Jot In
?Cold, it is reported, is selling in Hayfiat
180,000 per coat., or $1800 in paper for $1 in
gold. In order to put n stop to this Immense
depreciation of the currency, President Sal
nave sont some of thu brokers to prison, nnd
pressed others into the army. The gold, how
over, kept on rising, and pork is selling nt
$50,000 a barrel.
?General H. B. Titus, of New Hampshire
lias purchased the farm owned by I be Into
John Minor Bolls, in Culpcpper County, near
Brandy Station, Virginia, comprising A!U acres,
with the mansion and buildings, for $55,000.
A largo number of Northern men have bought
farms in Northern Virginia tills fall, nnd intentl
settling there permanently.
?The Boston Board or Trade bave appoint
ed Nathan Appleton, Esq., as their representa
tive at the ceremonies attending the opening
of ttie Suez Canal. The Advertiser says Mr.
Applcton Is a young man of marked capacities
and promise, and bus already shown bis indi
viduality and character by preferring a life of
active usefulness to one of wealthy indolence.
He is at present on a tour of observation
through Sweden. Norway and Russia, and to
accompanied by General Banks.
?Bxtrordlnnry stories arc told of the heal
ing properties of a new oil which Is easily
made from the yelk of hens' eggs. The oggs
are first boiled hard, and tho yelks are thon
removed, crushed nnd placed over a fire, where
tboy are carefully stirred until the whole sub
stance is lust on tho point of catching lire,
when the oil separates and may be poured off,
One yelk w,ill yield nearly two teaspoonfuls of
oil. It Is In general use among tho colonists
of South Russia as a means of curing cuts,
bruises and scratches.
r,,v. - ... u--?. wtouil auiu
for fifty thousand dollars. Mr. Newell, tho
owner of the farm on which the giant was
found, retains one quarter Interest In the prop
erty. Crowds of people visit the monster each
day, and the excitement to on tho Increase.
Professor Hull went to examino It to see
whether it was a statue or a petrified body,
bul the owners would not permit a scientific
examination. It to now said lliat tho giant is
the work-of a German sculptor, and was
' planted" only a few months ago.
?General Don Platt to not jubilant over the
Republican success In Ohio. Ho writes to his
paper, tho Cincinnati Commercial, that there
never was a fight In Ohio so fiercely contested
by tho Republicans as tho last. "The land
rung with speakers nnd was flooded with doc
uments. The Republican losses Indicate com
ing dofeat unless wo toko a new departure.
As the FUTeenllt amendment takes tho negro
out of politics, the futuro Issuos will bo of a
financial sort, and thon whero nro wo 1 Put
your house in order, my Republican friend, for
to-morrow you die."
?A Washington telegram of Monday night
says: "Tho opinion of the Supremo Court in
the Ycrger case, rendorcd to-day, is regarded
by the Radicals os a fatal blow at the recon
struction acts of Congress. Radical sonators
now here say that It will rest?t In setting aildo
the entire work of reconstruction in tlio South.
Tliore to a good deal of speculation as to what
action tho Preside nt will take. Some say he
trill Instruct General Ames to disregard tho
writ of habeas corpus on the ground that Mis
sissippi is under military rule, and that the
writ to inoperative there. Y/rdlo tho decision
gives tho President considerable nn easiness,
and, as I learn, was not unexpected to him,
those best informed say he will bow to the de
?talon of the court, nod cause Yorgcr to be
delivered lo the civil authorities."
?t)n Sunday morning Father llyaclnlbo ul
lomlcd the French Catholic Clinrcli In Twenty
thtrd ?tn*ei. Now York, without K'lng recog
nized by any one. A (I ended by Mr. Darling
und Mr. Tilden ho uflerwnrds proceeded to
Plymouth church. In Brooklyn, (Rev. Henry
Ward UeecherV,) whore lie also escaped recog
nition until aller the congregation begun to
disperse, when he was cordially met and wel
comed by .Mr. Bcecher, with whom lie passed
the greater part of the afternoon. The Now
York Tribune, after speaking of Mr. Ueochor's
sermon, says: "Alter the benediction was
pronounced ItlO people crowded around
Fut her Hyacinthe by hundreds. Every per
son In tho body ol* I hu church pressed toward
tho great orator. Ladies mounted t hu back
rail oft he seats, and stood llicro supported by
tho gentlemen who attended Ihoin. Mr.
Bccchor having received word that lie wished
to see him, went tip and gnvo liltn a very
cordial greeting. Mr. Bencher spoke llrst.
lie said that till this demonstration was not
pure curiosity of their people, but their very
genuine sympathy for him In the stand which
lie has taken In behalf of manly Christian
liberty. The reverend father said that he was
much pleased with the reception they gave
The Union Iaongehoreisimi nro n^nio on a
strike. Three weeks ago they demanded
higher wages, and failed lo carry their point,
for the good reason thnt plenty of mon could
be four.;! io do the work at a lower price.
Now they decline Hint they will not help to
loud any vessel until a stevedore who bus
been discharged by his employer is restored
to his place. In plain words, these long
shoremen intend to dictate, If they can,
what wages shnll bo paid, nnd who sha.ll.
and shall not bo employed, by the ship
masters nnd agents at this port.
This foolishness can only bo stopped in ono
way. If the employers give an inch the
strikers will take nn ell. They must hold
fast and refuse to rnako n hair's-hrcadth of
concession, for it they recede now thoy will
givo tho signal for new cxnctlons which it
will be impossible to endure.
We believe that laborers can bo had to
take the places of tho strikers; but, whether
they can or cannot, the employers would
lose more by giving way than by quietly
standing their grouud. Fifty or Bixty nble
boilicd Inborore nro advertised for this
. rooming by Messrs: William Roach & Co.
They will lie paid liberally, nnd will doubt
less bo easily had.
Tin- Political Ycnr.
With the coming month of November tho
scries of political elections for tho present
yenr will lie closed. In the results of the
elections which have been held up to this
time there lias not been much variety, al
though Hiiilicitlism has received more tliun
one sturdy blow, and tho National Democra
cy have gained new nnd decided advantages.
New Ilatllpshircd led nil in March, electing
n Governor nnd members of tho State Leg
islature. As usual of late years, the Re
publicans wen? successful. Connecticut fol
lowed in April, electing a Republican Gov
^LJior nnd securing a Republican majority iu
Toth branches of the Legislature. In July
tho Virginia elections woro held. Tho Dem
ocrats made no party nominations, nnd sup
ported tho ticket of the moderate Republi
cans or A ni i-Radicals?the Democratic
vote electing the Governor nntl a large ma
jority in the State Senate nnd House. This
whs, to nil intents and purposes, n crushing
defeat of tlm hitter-end Radicals. In Au
gust the Conservatives or AnU-Rndicals
swept Tennessee, defenting Stokc3 nnd elect
ing Senior nnd a majority of the State Leg
islature. Again were tho bilter-eiidcr.h
smitten hip and thigh, although in Tennes
see, us In Virginia, the Radical candidates
liad on their side tho whole ollicinl influence
of the State and Federal Governments. In
September the Republicans were victorious
in Vermont and Maine, which was noth
ing new or strange. California, in tiic
smuc month, elected a new Legislature,
and the Democrats obtained a lnrgo ma
jority in that body. In tho lato judicial
olectlons the Democrats wore again suc
cessful by a thumping vote. Pcnnsyl
i vania, Ohio and Indiana followed during
tho present month of October, and- in each
State tho Republicans provniled. But in ]
Pennsylvania the Radical majority was eut
down from 28,898 iu 1868 to 4696 in 1869,
and in Ohio, from 41,428 in 1868 to about
8000 in 1869. On tho whole, the Democrats
have done very well, in spite of tholr occa
sional blunders of management and policy.
Elections are to bo held next month in
Now York, Now Jersey, Now Hampshire,
Massachusetts, Illinois, Minnesota, Wiscon
sin, Mississippi, Maryland and Texas. In
Now York tho election takes placo on Tues
day next, and tho officers to bo elected
are a Secretary of Stato, a Comptroller, a
Treasurer, an Attorney-General, a Stato Ep
ginccr and Surveyor, a Canal Commissioner,
an Inspector of State Prisons, two Judges
Of tllO Court Of Alinool? ?.!<,' ? n^oo oi
the Supremo Court and a full Legislature.
Tho Democratic majority at tho elect ions for
Socrotnry of State two years ngo was 47,930;
but tho Radicals aro working desperately
hard to outgeneral their opponents. In
nominating General Franz Sigol for Socre
tary of Stato and Horace Grceloy for Comp
troller, they make a high bid for tho German
vote, anil that of any lambs who may bo
willing to stray from tho Democratic fold.
Thoro is no doubt, howovcr, that tho Demo
crats will, as usual, carry the day, although
the elections hlngo more upon local and
personal than national questions.
Illinois does not this year elect Stato offi
cers, but on Tuesday next will eloct mem
bers of a Stato Constitutional Convention.
This convention will d?termine whothor tho
word "white" shall bo stricken from tho
clause in rotation to sufTragc. In tho Legis
lature the Republicans have a majority; but
tko Democrats claim that in tho constitu
tional convention tho strength of tho two
parties will bo about equal. On tho samo
day Chicago elects a now city government.
Tliero aro two tickots In the field?ono tho
regular Republican ticket, and tho other Ibo
011170118? ticket, supported by both Republi
cans and Democrats for tho purposo of
breaking up tho corrupt Radical ring.
The Massachusetts election for Stato ofll
c?rs und members of tho Legislature will
also take placo on Tnesday noxL The cam
paign has acquired additional interest from
tho prominence givon tho tcmporanco ques
tion, and from tho fact that tho Labor Ro
form party hai entered tho field and nom:
?uilcd a separata ticket. There !h every
p.;>spcct that tho now movement will cut
deeply into tho Radical majority, Which hut
year, for President, was 77,00'.), Tho Re
publicans have renoiniiintod Willhin Clullin,
tlm present Governor. The Democratic
candidate is Jotui Quinoy Adams. The
Labor Reform candklnte Ls Edwin M. Chiiiri
bcrlin, the son of n rich hotel-keeper in Ilos
toil. A special election will also lie held in
tho Seventh Congressional District, to Uli
tho vacancy caused by tho resignation of j
Secretary Uoutwell. The Republican candi
date is GcorsreM. Brooks, a brot her-in-law of
Attorney-General Hour. Tho Democratic
candidate is l.uiu ett Salstunstull, of Neavton.
On Tuesday, also, Minnesota will elect
StnlO ofllcers nnd members or tho Legisla
ture. There are throe tickets in the field?
tho Kopublicnu, Hornco Austin for Gover
nor; the Democratic, George L. Otis for Go\>
ornor; und tho Temporauce, Uov. David
Cobb for> Governor. Tho strong pointo[ tho
canvass is opposition to tho tariff, to which
the low price of wheat is declared to oo due.
In 1868 the Republican majority was 15,470.
On the srinic day 'Wisconsin elects n full
State ticket and the members of the Legisla
ture. Tho Republican candidate for Governor
is Lucius Fuircliild, and tho Democratic
Charles D. Robinson. Tho Republicans had
lust year, for President, ft ninjorily of 21,117,
and will undoubtedly be successful this year.
Marylnnd elects on Tuesday the members
of tin; Genend Assembly, n, Stale Comp
troller nnd County Commissioners. Tho
present Legislature is composed entirely of
Democrats, who uro .expected to have, us
usual, ft majority of about 30,000.
Now Jersey elects on Tuesday a portion of I
the .Stale Senate, and all Ihc members of the j
House of Representatives. This gallant
State may bo counted on for u Democratic
majority. New Hampshire has a special
election on tho snmo day upon tho question
of n Constabulary law. A change or 2500
votes would give the State to the Demo
crats, nud the Republicans fool thai they
tread on delicate ground. The Constabu
lary law may cause, their defeat.
On Tuesday, tho 30th November, Missis
sippi votes upon tho Reconstruction consti
tution adopted In May, 1868. Tho disabili
ties, test oath, nnd lonning the credit of the
State clnuscs nre submitted to a separate
vote. Tills Is tho second Reconstruction
constitulion submitted to the people, the
llrst having been rejected. At the same
time State officers, Congressmen nnd mem
bers ol tho Legislature will bo elected.
Tliero arc two tickets in tho Held. One is
the out-and-out Radical ticket, nnd the
other the Conservative ticket. Jnmcs L.
Alcorn is the Kadi cal candidate and Judj
Dent the Conservative enndidate for Gover
nor. The parents or General Alcorn wcro
originally Sou LI > Carolinians. General Alcorn
is u renegade Confederate, who, after tho
close of the war, "accepted ''ic situation."
Judge Dont is n brotlier-in-law of General
Gnuit, and an nnto-bellnin Democrat. He
resides and owns landed estate iu Missis
.The Stato of Texas closes the elections of
tho year. The pcoplo will vote on the adop
tion of the Reconstruction constitution,
adopted in Austin in June last, nnd wllf|
elect Stato olllccrs and Congressmen. In
1868 a proposed constitution was rejected.
Tho. election takes place on November 80.
There nre three tickets in the Held?Radical,
Conservative and Democratic General
Davis, the Radical candidate for Gover
nor, and General Hamilton, the Conserva
tive enndidate, are in favor of adopting the
constitution. This is opposed by the straight
out Democrats. There is some doubt of the
regularity Of tho Democratic nominations,
and tho chances favor the "third party,"
against whom President Grant and his Cubi
net arc using all the terrors nnd inilucnccs
of olllcinl decapitation and public plunder.
General Hamilton is an Alabnuiiun, and nn
original Union man.
Akter nil the talk about tho Suez Canal
and its cllecl upon the commercial relations
of the civilized world, it would bo somcwhnt
of n shock if it should be found wanting
with refcrenco to tho very object for which
it was Lullt In Alexandria the confidence
felt concerning the opening of tho canal for
useful traffic is snid tobe diminishing; but
what is more uncomfortable is that the agent
of n Liverpool firm, sent out expressly to
Rurvcy and report, snys that the depth
of water throughout tho canal is very
unequitl. a light vessel sailing in it the
other day grouuded, but having for'u!:.ii<-\
been sent on its mission ejevi
started back without ar?y dm ,<4,t
ho true, tho ten nt..\> liu i Hflloni
hay for the ** :? wie 'oon v aoim
other employ i
Tub Tribune f> ys thnt '.he Administra
tion, in tho ens, of iiuttarflcld, as In pre
vious instances, has shown its determina
tion to have its officials "above even the
suspicion of evil." Has Mr. Greeley forgot
ten iimt Daniel E, Sickles is the official who
repr?senta the United States at Madrid? Of
course it may bo said for ono thing that
Sickles is "nbovo suspicion," inasmuch ns
his "evil" is beyond all dispute.
TnE lottcr of Colonel D. Wyatt Aiken,
which we print this morning, contains im
portant regulations for the guidance of per
sons who intend to ho exhibitors at the
State Fair. This letter is intended as a gene
ral reply to the largo number of letter*
which Colonel Aiken is unable to answer
separately._ ' ?
Tns steamship Darlon, of the Charleston
and Llvorpool direct steamship line, arrived
at this port yesterday. Sho will bo followed
bv the Marmora, tho Adalia, and a fourth
ship of superior construction and flno sea
going and carrying qualities.
A Public meeting will be held at Marlon
Courthouse on ,the second Monday in No
vember for tho purpose of organizing a dis
trict survivor's association.
IJJOLME8 & MACBETH,
Mo. sc BROAD 8TREET,
Charleston, S. a,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER, p.hal BBTATE
I OENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS
Win attend to RcnUng and Collecting of Rents
and purchase and sale of Stocka, Donda, Gold,
I BUver and Real Estate.
I ALSO,' ' , ,
To the Purchase of Goods and Supplies for par
ties In the country upon reasonable terms.
GSOSOa L. IlOLMBB..AXJI.XANDKR MAOBBTB.
Il) ii il to.
WANTS OK ALL KINDS CAN HE
iiiiiiIo known i<? everybody In this coliiinn
ut tha rate of ? cents for twenty words or less,
fach innert Ion, if paid in nilvnnce.
LAlMJItKits WANTED.? I KT Y O K
J slxly iihlc-hodicd laborers, while or (-oh.reil.
win be employed nnd liberal wage* paid, in work
mi hoard th? British Irark Jemine Jones, nml
Aiuerlcuii br la Shamrock, now loading col Ion Tor
Liverpool. Appiv in K. citosuv .Muster iiriilsh
Imrk Jerome Jones, Middle Atlantic Wharf; JOHN
KAY, Master American i>rl>r shamrock, Ilmwit'M
Wharr, or lo WILLIAM ROACH A CO., Agents,
ort as i_
ANTED, V GOOD DKAYAIA N. A P
_PLYllt I Ills olHce. QCliBI
WANTED, A SINGLE WOMAN, t>F
good character, lo do Hie housework of n
private family. Apply at the southeast corner of
Went worth anil Itutlcdgc streets. OCtiM
WANTED, A STItONG SI' KI N G
Wagon, lit good order. Apply at No. 21
lleo streel. oclis i
WANTED, A GOOD COOK. WASH Kit
nml Iraner, white or colored, without en
cumbrance. Good reference required. Apply til
No. 176 Meeting slreel, near f?eorge.
WANTED, AN At BUTLEIt KOU A
private family, who knows his business.
Itecointueiiiliilltins required us to capacity and
character. Apply to CLACHOKN, HERRING A
CO., Norlh AtLmllc Wharf. tjoHM 3
WA N TED, A GOOD COOK AND
Washer fora smntl fatnlly; also, a Girl to
take care of a chihi. Good recommendations re
quired. Apply at No. 55 Smith street, above Hal
lioun street. ocl28 1*
rVNTED, A COOK AND WASHER.
Apply at No. 02 Coming street, next lo the
_?f uw-nj-i Btreet._oct2s i?
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A SMALL
llousewil h four (4) good rooms. Address
'House," Nw?;s ofllce, giving terms and locution.
YNTED, A GOOD COOK. APPLY
at No. 47 Hasel street. ocl27 2?
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
do clinmhcr work. None neetl apply un
less well recommended. Good wages pnltl. Ap
ply at No. 39 Montague street. oet27 2
XjrrANTKD, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
TT nssl?t in housework. Apply at southwest
corner Ogees and Trtipmunn streets. oct20
WANTED, A CAPAHLE LAUNDRESS.
Apply at No. 1G Went worth street, south
side, near East Pay. oci20 3
WANTED, A HOUSE IN THE CEN
TRAI, part of the city, containing four
rooms, with good outhiiildlngs and cistern. Ap
ply, by letter, to Key Box 95. oct2ti
WANTED, A WHITE GIRL, MIDDLE
agod, to do the work of a small family
and milk a cow. Apply at No. 01 Canuon street.
OCI26 4 -_
WANTED, TO PURCHASE A COM
PLETE eopv of the U. S. CENSUS Tor
18i0. Apply, suiting price, to " CENSUS," Daily
Nkws Offick. oci7
WANTED, A SITUATION AS CLERK,
in a Wholesale Drug Store, or a large Re
tall und Prescription Dnig Store. No objection to
go in the country. Will expect but a small com
pensation at hist. The applicant Is a graduate ol
the South Carolina Medical College. Address M.
I)., through the Postolllce. octo
TO DRUGGISTS.?A PHYSICIAN AND
DRUOfilST, of twenty-live years' experience,
extensively ami favorably known throughout the
Slate, anil tun Influence u large trade, wishes a
situation In a Wholesale Drug House, or n large
Betatl ami Presetiptiinl Drug Store. Both city
nud country references given. Address "Itefii
gee." box f.i, Yorkvlllc, H. C. octs into*
Wan7kd, A HOUSE, NEAR THE
central part of the city, containing live or
six rooms, with good outbuildings und wnter.
Address D. at this Orllce._BtiptM
"\XTANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
Y> that JOB PRINTING or all kinds, plain
ami ornamental, Is executed promptly in the
neatest style uud at the lowest New York prices,
at Tim News Job onu-c, No. 140 EAST BAY. Call
tiud examine the ?cale of prices before giving your
HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
Ac, now vacant, can readily be rented by
udverllslug lliem -In this column. The rate Is 2-r>
cents for twenty words or less, each Insertion, if
paid in ml va H ce.
For Sale, that desirable resi
DENCK, No. 38 South Bay. Apply to ROB
I.KT BEL', No. 3 Atlgcr's Wharf. oetJS th
rilO, RENT, A STORE IN MEETING
JL street, opposite the Circular Church?to be
completed by l&th November. Applr to II. A.
HORSES AND ROCKAWAY FOR SALE.
A Bay MAKE, 7 years old, of fine spirit am
action under the saddle, from reputable bloodetl
A Buy MARE of St. Lawrence nnd Canada stock,
for manr years accustomed to the city, gentle
and reliable, high spirited ami never ailing.'
A light ROCKAWAY, suited for single or double
draft, with harness, several years in use.
The elder Mure will be tuihl low lo n purchaser
Tor city use. N. M. PORTER, No. 143 Calluum
street. oct20 tuth2
(TW RENT, HOUSE No. 4 STOLL'S
_L Alloy, Kent low If applied for Immediately
Apply to Mrs. JORDAN, No. 1 /Ig Zug Alley.
TO RENT. A FINE STORE WITH FIX
TUBES for a grocery and bar-room, corner
Longitude Lane ami East Bay. To an approved
tenant rent will be $10 lier month. Also, six
large square Rooms, with fireplaces, back piazzas
and cistern water on every story. The rooms
will be rented singly If preferred, 'inquire of*
ROS^, on the premises. - .. . 11
ROOMS TO RENT.?THT;HSV.
Ni.SHKD rooms In .. m I Ion. t pies
situated lu the wesf; u pm t of 11.i
moderate. For.ri,it;i particular ippb : .
11 Doughty street* ... :.
jfai - vi?- "?' PKltSONAL pro
\ tiTV if il kind uiay bo advertised for
iseolhinn, *i tho rate of 25 cents for
ids'>r leas, each insertion, if paid la
iAIARIES I CANARIES I ? THOSE
\_y <reet creatures have arrived, and sing beau
t*ini- Co and select one In time. They will be
sold I KLEIN'S Cheap Fruit Store, No. 330 King
strut Also In store, a fine assortment of Fruit
JiisfecclTCd, very nice. Lemons at 50 cents a
do-it; Sweet Pears nnd Peaches. oct28 !
PR SALE OU TO RENT, THE FOR
MER preferred, that eligibly located PRO
PER Y kuown as "Cattle Farm," on Rut ledge
avetic, a short distance above Line street. Ap
ply I OTTO SWEITZBH, No. 360 King street.
H)rses and mules.?TO arrive
this day, 22rL an extra lot of young broke
MUM and HORSES, and for saloat thcsubscrlb
cr'sU?blns. P. WEST. octlp
PUNTING PRESS FOR SALE AT A
JREAT BARGAIN-?One small Cylinder TA Y
LOii'RHSS in compfctc repair. It has been but
Hit limed, and is Bold simply because the present
ownf has no use for it. The size of tho bed of
the few Is forty -four by fifty-eight Inches. Said
Fret will be sold at a great bargain If applied for
at oce, ns the room It occupies Is wnntcd for
othcipurposcs. Address? Box No. 3705 New York
K-VIOVAL.? DR. J. P. 0HAZAL HAS
removed his residence from No. 70 Anson
sirce to No. 6 Wentworlh street, north side, near
East Bay. His Office will remain as usual, until
furfur notice,- at No. TO Anson street.
DJS. DeSAUSSURE k SON HAVE RE
MOVED their Office and Residence to No.
104 koad street, north side, two doors east of
EE M O VA L.?THE UNDERSIGNED
would respectfully Inform his friends and
cusiimeni that he has removed from No. 627 to
546 pug street, directly opposite the old stand,
wh-e he will keep a fine assortment of STATION
ERY Blonk Books, New Novels, Periodicals. Ac.
ocQ7 2* J. SILVERST1IN.
RMOVED.?RIECKE k SCHACHTE
I have this, day rsmoved their Auction and
oownlBslon Business to VENDUE RANG*, 8a
iinm new stores, where tbey will be happy to
nee ilrlr old customers. sct26
EniOVAL?CLAGnORN, HERRING k
CO, Factors and commission merchants,
have removed from Accommodation Wharf to
Non? Atlaatle Wharf. ooU imo
l^l^OD BOARD WITH PLEASANT
VT ROOMS.?Permanent board, $7 per week'
Transient, $1 60 per day. Apply at No. 45 Fas
Bay. W. T. McDONALU. OCt28 8*
1L/TA30KIC KAI It ASSOCIATION. -COM-1
lvl. MITTUE on Management ol Manon lu Fuir |
Association will meet This Kvrsimi, fit Mammc
Hull, al half-pOMI T. A lull mid punctual at
tendance is earnestly rcqncsifd.
It. K. RltoWN.
S? T N A K I If K COMP A N V
The- SECOND SOI It KU of Oils Company will Iw
given ni llidr Mall, tpiccn street,
T II 1 S K v K X ISO,
jsiii Innlant, al s o'clock.
Members ?rlahliig tickets for themselves and
rriends can procure them from tin- l.'ollllillltce.
oillccrs of (be Department anil Klrcmeu arc
rcipicstcil to appear In lliclr respective uniforms
I'. C. WlO'lITHAN, f. A. V(IS IXHII.KN,
T. J. Lyons, Wai.tkh WkiiK,
F. KttKSKSi., Jr., John Makion,
rn II E FIRST S 0 1 R E E
THE FREUNDSCIIA ITS BUND
Will be held Tuis Evening, October 2$, ni their
Hall, Society street. A full ami varied programme
will lie presented.
OCI48 THF, COMMITTEE.
0 P E F I it E C O M P A N Y .
ASOIKEEwill be given by tlds Company at
their Hall, Archdale street, on Mon hay Kvenixo,
ttio ist November, nt s o'clock.
Members wishing tickets can procure llicm
OBOHOK BURKE, I JOHN KBXXV,
B. J. SKYMOUB, JOHX HILKY,
JOHN R. fHIRXS, W. BROOK BANKS,
m :128 thinu
WILf. HE tilVEX
MARION SOCIAL CLUB,
' ON TOCMDAY EVRNISn. KOVRUBKK ITH.
Tickets can be procured from cither or the nu
W. H. H A I.sa 1,1,, C. W. sunups,
J. T. M1LLIGAN, (S. F. BUC'HIIEIT,
J. I*. ('Aim.I..
?ost nub -fointo.
LOST AND FOUND AGAIN.?IF YOU
have lost anything, make it known to the
public through this column. The rate for twentv
words or less, each Insertion, Is 25 cents, If pulil
ABLACK AND WHITE COW STRAY
ED Into No. 588 King street, which the
?wncr can have by paying expenses.
STRAYED, FROM No. tl L E G A R E
street, a Red nnd White COW, one horned.
The finder will be rewarded for Ils return.
LOST, A BROWN SHE GOAT, THREE
cuts in one car and one in the other. The
Under will be rewnrded by leaving her at No. w
King street._oct28 1*
STRAYED FROM No. 70 BE A UFAIN
STREET, on the 2.1th Instant, a bull terrier
rri'nbout five months old?answers to ihe name
of Dan. All white except n few yellow spots
about the shoulders. Reward paid if required.
MRS. G. W. ALEXANDER WILL RE
OPEN her School for Dancing, ut the Ma
sonic Hall, corner of King and Wenlworth streets,
on MONDAY, November 1.
Hours for Class Instruction nt 4 and 8 P. M.
Soirees every alternate Satcuhay Night. For |
terms, Ac, apply at her residence, No. n Com
Ing street._octlS mlha
rflME EXERCISES OF MRS. BLUM'S I
JL SCHOOL will be ret-..med on Monkay, October
4th, ut her Residence,Mary street, opposite Eliza
beth. All the branches uf an English cducallou
taught. Music and French if desired,
$1000 to $5000 CITY OF MEMPHIS COUPONS
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock
By A. a KAUFMAN,
Broker and Commission Agent,
ocPJS ths2 No. 25 llroad street.
T E R L I N G E X C II A N G E ,
E. LAFITTE k CO.,
oct27 wths3_ No. 20 llroad street.
gIGIIT O HECKS
On Messrs. MORTON, BLISS A CO., New York,
In sums to suit purchasers.
For sale by E. LAFITTE A CO.,
oct27 wths3m5_No. 20 Broad street.
"P t? v A R D LOWN DBS,
. No. 1 mi . ;ii '?I
if" on commission', Bmi. I?l .
mrltles \ all hind - > hi '? '
.. ' V.Iisued, li ?f i orrv. - . j
iccrtuliv trlvcn. . iv n* . ntNo
. eil'- . t, i h:ollf ', >?totV ;i
Will LtUit utter . .? b<-, e (. _^um of money In
a I an Oi nil in ..nus.
io;\ i;atN0ES.?Wagner, linger A Co., Heeder A
Davis, O. A. Trcnholm A Son, W. C. Bee A Co.,
Thomas E. Waring, Cashier South Carolina Loan
ind Trust Company; Pclzcr. Rodgcrs A Co., J. D.
Alken and Co., George B. Walter A Co., Cohen,
Elanckcl A Co., Andrew Slmouds, President First
National Bank. scpt2l 2moa nac
LBOUJASSON INFORMS THE PUB
LIC that bo Is' the possessor of a SALVE
warranted to cure nil Chronic Diseases and In
lam maiion of the globe of the eve. Apply nt No.
tOS King-street, near Wenlworth. oct2l 6*
ACCOMPLISH ALL TBE Y PKOMISE.
For sale at
septn 3mos_BAOCL A LYXAH'S.
R . DAUER,
MTJS1C dealer, Piano Tuner, Teacher of Vio
lin, Flute and Guitar. Repairer of Musical Istru
Hitchcock's Flvo and Ten cents Music always
BALLS AND PARTIES furnished with the best
and most fashionable Muslo lately received from
Europe at moderate prices. Apply at No. 440
King street, four doors above Calhouo.
jy O YOU WISH
TO PREVENT YOUR
CHILL AND FEVEBf
septlT ?mos BSE SOLOMONS' BITTERS.
ILLIAM M. LAWTON,
lOTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Ne. 10 Boron's WnABr.
Extra Heavy Sea Island BAGOTNO AND TWINE
for sale. Advances mads on Produce In hand.
BROKER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 48 BROAD STREET.
Charleston, S. c.
Stocka, Bonds and Ooid bought, earned and
sold short In New York City,
Panlcuisrattcntion paid to the purchase and
sals of all kinds Of Southern ?tn rtHca.
Qriotljiitg mi? ivnrmol)inrt "??oo?o.
a it <; li stock
K1 13 F A T.Tj < T A >T IUI JTO.
NOW OPENED AT
No. 3 01 King Street,
CORNER 01' WENTWORTH,
A large aii'l elegant supply of Fall and Winter
FOR MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
Made In Hie liest manner, comprising all Hie latest
styles for this fall, and oiforcd at LOW PRICES.
IN THE STOCK ARE THE FOLLOWING:
MIXED CASSIMF.BK SUITS.fl6 00
Double and Twisted Cassimorc Suits. IT oo
Fancy Cusslmerc Sulis. IS 00
Dahlia Melton Suits. 19 00
Ulack and White Silk Mixed Suits. 20 00
Diagonal Coating Suits.21 00
Scotch Cheviot Stills. 24 00
Klhucuf Silk Mixed Suits.25 00
Colden Silk Mixed Suits. 20 00
Olive Mixed Melton Suits. 28 00
Chesterfield Coats at from...'.$12 00 to 20 oo
Waler-proof Tweed Ovcrsacka.10 00
Melton uversacka.. j? oo
English Melton Sacks.15 00
Fanoy Cnsslmcro runts at from ? f5 oo to 10 00
Vests of Cusslmerc, Cloth, Coating, Ueavcr
and Velvets, at from.$3 00 to 10 00
BOYS' AND YOUTHS*
To lit boys nnd youths from three to seventeen
years of age, In great variety of qualities,
School and Dress Salts
i? . ......
The handsomest supply ever offered In this city,
consisting in part as follows:
IIAJOU'S PABIS KID CLOVES, or all shades
Laport's Paris Kid Olovcs, or all shades
Trirotissc Paris Kid Olovcs, of all shades (all cele
Castor Beaver Gloves
Alert Capo Driving Gloves
Buckskin Walking and Driving Glovos
Tanned Deerskin Olovcs
Buck Gauntlet Gloves
Suspenders or all niytc?, iuuiuuiuh, tu? iiuooian
Fancy, Colored and Black Silk Tics
Bows, Scarfs and Cravats, such as tho Dumas,
the Parisian, the Now Brighton, the Shake
speare, the Opera, Alpine, Ac.
UNDEBSUIRTS AND DRAWERS. In all quali
ties, Including the Angola Flannel, Morino, Lamb's
Wool, Canton Flannel and shaker Flannel, Ac.
COLLARS of Paper and Linen, such as the
Grays, Dickens and lilsmarck, of Paper; and the
Byron, Thnlbcrg, Dickens, Egbert, Shakespeare
and Burllngame, of Linen.
TITI3 STAR SHIRTS,
Noted for their fitting qualities aad good work
manship. A full supply always on hand. Prloes
at from $2 26 to |4.
Sapplled with a large stook of now FOREIGN
IMPORTATIONS for this fall's wear of the most
cholco styles, which will bo mado up to order In
the best manner, under the ?are of a flrst.-slass
Prices nxed and marked on each garment.
Customers are Invited to call ami look throngh
the stock, and make their selection*.
B. W. McTUREOUB, Superintendent,
tPror ics, Ciq .
I VIS It ) oo I U. I
HKS? Sacks -, '.11 ri
MK k.-. V?t i-:ll ,.
|iriii,l Uj l it!
<m-i-.'S_ . . . ? . ri
n? A L!
:;i<i nuis of si .. vsi lAl 111 <
lauding Ti uni S,
w Imrf, r?>r stile
wish i ii ....
1 I, A T E! >- 1. A i K : .- I. A T KJ
'25,000 N?. I HOOFING si.ait:. 11,iw landing
fnuii Schooner .1. A. I'ursoiis, lor suit' low while
discharging. Apply to
V. W. RKHINIOUS.
No. '271 Kasl Hut.
wl2l ] llctwccu Hasel and Went worth Ms.
S * T A-J1
!. O A T
?000 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, on board llritish
ship linke ol ivi 11111 l_- I < 111. r<ir sole 1 iv
"? T2s -2 It.WKNKL A Co..
E W I. A R I)
H F. F I SRI) F A M I L Y L A It D.
We are now packing
N K W L A It 1>
OK THIS S n A S ii N S M A K K.
Tierces, half Mils., Keg*. :t n^.. .ri lbs., mid 10 Iii?.
Cuddles, 00 in. fuses.
Fur price lists, address,
PROCTOR A- G A MULE,
ncl2S im? is Cincinnati, Ohio.
UTTER, CHEESE, LA KU, FLOUR,
SUGAR, TKA, Ac.
20 firkin*.Choice Table BUTTER
in urns Uoua 11,our
loo boxes Knclorv Cheese
20 tierces Leur Lard
no lulis Leur 11111I Rellnod Lard
7"> huir chests Hyson mid Oolong Teas
100 lutrrels Helloed Sugar
200 Hurrels Choice Flour ?
2<?o cases Tomatoes
100 lings Java, Luguyru ami Rio CoiTec
r,0 barrels Whiskey
Brandy, ein und Wines
Tierces and casks Rice
Mackerel, Herrings, Coilllsh
Syrup. Peaches, Jellies
lirooms. Buckets, Paper. Ac.
For sale lit lowest market prices by
MCI,1,Kit. NIM IT/ * CO.,
oci20 tilth!_ No. 181 Knst liny.
J^E.M MOHNS, BOTTLES, FLASKS, Ac.
aooo derniun DEMIJOHNS, various sizes
.' 0 gross Hollies mid Flasks
SO casks and boxes Hottled Ale and Porter
10 casks French Claret Wine
100 cases French Hottled liecr
200 lbs. Smoking Tobacco
10 M Cigurs
go bbls. Acme Philadelphia Whlskoy
ft bids. Hoiirbon Whiskey.
On consignment ami for sale low by
octU 2Hlth4 CLAClCS A WITTE.
lOFFEE, PEPPER, SPICE, Ac, Ac.
60 bags RIO, I.AOUAYRA and JAVA COFFEE
10 bags Pepper nnd SpiCO
Ml bbls. Kellneil Sugars
20 liluls. and 30 bbls. W. I. Molasses and Sugar
tii) bbls. Cliler, W. W. anil French Vinegar
fit) bbls. 11ml half bbls. Mackerel
.Ml boxes und baskets imported olive Oil
7"i eases Kreuch Hrmidy Cherries
loo cases Canned Goods
40 boxes Chewing Tobacco.
For sale by CLAClCS A WITTE.
INK, UK ANDY, WHISKEY, Ac
r,o casks SHERRY. MADEIRA and PORT wines
r.-4 und ft-s casks French Brandy
10 casks Holland Hin, Scotch Whiskey und W. I.
Domestic Brandv, Rum, Hin, Com und Rectified
For sale low by CLAClCS A WITTE.
OCtl4 '21111114 _
j?TuNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH !
Ou 1 he spot and to arivc. For sale by
ocl7 Ihm OHO. A. THEN lit ILM * SON.
A L T ! S A L T ! S A L T
4on lnrcc sacks LIVERPOOL SALT.
, FT*!? '2 lw * WA lsit,
OCtlO tilth-,, AW. IM M?I..OIt?il
O A L ! COAL! COAL!
Now laniling rrom Hrlg Mary K. Dann, s
RED ASH, EGG AND STOVE COAL, Will
be sold low, by applying to
F. 1?. SEIGNIOl
Corner East nay and Hasel street, East si
octao tut lira_
QUO ICE C . It. SIDES.
40hb(ls. Choice CLEAR RIB SIDES. Foi
low to close sales. HENRY COHIA A
OKN ! FLOUR ! RLACK SEED OA
1500 bushels Choice Milling CORN, now I:
from Schooner Culled Brothers
1000 bushels Prime Western White C<
Steamship Promet hens.
1200 bids. NORTHERN FLOUR, among wl
choice brands or Rakers' Flour
looosncks Family and Bxtm Flow, ?T <
HI. ?. c K 'H : Ii ?\T
I 200(1 bushel, 'liolco ano eu M> .ci
SEED (1 TS. F... .. by .
rvit.c.'. !' ami'S!'*
I V j. ,:. > < . , ? A L T
9000 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, direct froi i.i\
rr pool- - large ami full sacks.
For sale at lowest market prices, bv
01:120 T. J. K?RR A CO.
600 cases, a lb. cans of 2 dozen
Single case, $3 80
Five or more cases $3 75 per case.
Warranted of the best quality, nnd putHip l'"
prcsslT for W. 8. CORWIN A CO.. "i.
oct 23 6 No. 275 King street.
gALL?NTIN? ~& SON'S PALE ALL
Weekly supplies of the above superior brand,
in barrels and half barrels. For anic by <-r
W. H. CHAKEE k Co..
octll lmo No. 207 Bust Hay Street.*'
A R E N G O
CURES FEVER AND AGUE.
THE FINEST TONIC IN THE w/iRI.l
43-For sale by all Druggists. '\*r
O. J. LUnN^ Agent,
corner King and John str^w..
sept 17 3mos Charleston, S. C.
ARE FPRSALE BY
D r s. RAOUL Sc, L Y N A H,
At Wholesale and B?tail,
CORNER KINO AND MARKET STREETS:-"
J T. H U M P II R E Y Sj
broker, AUCTIONEEI AND COMMISSIOlj
SALE? OF REAL ESTATE. STOCKS. BONDS
SECURITIES ANI PERSONAL PRO
PBRTY ATTEND KD TO.
NO. ? BROAD STREET,
Charles on, S. C. I
RlFBRKKCRS.?non. 1ENRY BDI8T, W. J. Mi
crat] 1, Esq., Generaljames conner, t. i
warino, Esq._j_]_ oct/
QITAMPOOING Ar<D HAIR CUTTING. -i
Attended at thelr *dences promptly and at'
r^aonablo rates. /
Send orders tol- _' ?'._ /
W. B. MARSHALL, Barber /
aprlU4 M Broad street, (upfSSSkt ? v