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NEWS OF THE It.iY.
-Gold closed ta New York, on Saturday, at
-Cotton closed quiet. Sales 2800 bales.
-InXlverpooU on Saturday, cotton closed
1 buoyant. Sales 20,000 bales. Middling uplands
Ja3aI2|d. ' '
-The Ch?nese are to budd a grand Joss
house In New York.
, -Only seventeen Republicans are left on
- the police forc? of Philadelphia.
, -Another urge party of female. emigrants
Jbtft liverpool, Thursday, for Quebec.
1. -Louisville makes 15.000 barrels of flour a
dav and 2i4W,000 gallons ol'whiskey a year.
-There will be six eclipses next year, but
pone of them will be visible in the United
-The election for the four vacant seats in
the French legislative corps has been fixed for
. November 21st. i.
'< -Hon. Samuel J. Person, one of the leading
Ughts of the bench and bar of North Carolina,
died ta Wilmington, on Saturday.
1 -Several vessels have arrived at New York
within a few days from the West Indies with a
r .tuber of yellow fever cases on board. One
df them imports six deaths previous to arriving.
' -*-Th? New Orleans Picayune says that all
th? hands that can possibly be procured ia
. Loulsiansfare busily engaged in picking cot?
ton. Every planter bs so busy picking he has
no time to ship.
i -The short dress, elaborately but artistically
- frbnmed, is fashionable for evening wear,-and
more worn at balls than the trained skirts, but,
for grand occasions and dinner parties the long
. train is the most stylish.
-The citizens of St. Louis are making liber
. a? arrangemeius for the recovery and sepulture
Of the bodies of the passengers and crew lost
by the disaster to the steamer Stonewall, and
ibr the relief of families rendered destitute by lt.
-The New York papers say that the Frank
21* telegraphers demand an Increase of 26 per
cent on their present salaries, which average
about $1COO per annum each. These salaries,
thc men claim, are smaller than those paid by
. any other'Une, and entirely insufllcierit for the
ordinary expenses of living.
-Min Pet McKay, a beautiful young- lady,
of Quincy, Illinois, deliberately drowned her?
self ta the Mississippi, at that place, on Thurs?
day. She left a note stating that she did not
?Commit suicide for shame, nor for love, but be?
cause "all her friends were enemies'* and
."this ls a cold, dreary world to live In."
. -A prodigal returned to the home of his
brother and sister in Pontiac, Michigan1, the
other day, and was received with open arms,
ate'the fatted calf and all that sort of thing,
and two days after built a nice fire with kero?
sene oil under the bed-chamber ta order to
burn them to death and secure the property.
-The Presbyterian Church bids fair to bc
reunited.- According to returns received by the
Editors of the New York Observer; two-thirds
of ail the Presbyteries have voted to ratify the
rettnlon of the church. The two General As
. semblies will accordingly meet at Pittsburg,
November 10, to count the votes and officially
i -Rochester papers are having a delightful
controversy over the bravery or cowardice of
a reporter. He was to make a balioon aseen,
alon with Professor King, but- just as the air
?ship was to start he jumped out and refused to
aake the ascent, bis sudden departure endan?
gering the lires ofthose who remained by sud?
denly lightening its load. The aeronaut takes
-.this view of the matter, but the paper to which
the reporter is attached is lilied with energetic
: -denials of cowardice.
-Father Hyacinthe, it appears, is about to
^entcr the field of Journalism. He proposes lo
i pnplisb, in' Purls, a newspaper, to be entitled
l>e Chretien, which shall be b<?th religious and
political, or rather secular in its character.
The'ex-monk pertinaciously insists uflon de?
daring himself a Catholic. He is fearful of the
approach of every stranger, lest he should
be seduced into au ad captandam expression
that would be twisted into an admission of a
Protestant leaning'. He is even afraid to take
a ride, as on "Sunday, when, tastend of a pure?
ly plea?ure excursion, he found himself whisk?
ed Into the. tabernacle ol' the noted Henry
Ward Beecher. Father Hyacinthe ate a broiled
beefeteak-on Friday becaiure, us he claims, ho
nod a right to do so. ? He received a '.dispensa?
tion* from the bishop of the diocese where he
last officiated to use fresh meat on Fridays ?on
account of hisvarduous duties; and he says in
addition tliat the rule is not imperative on
priests when they- are travelling. It should
be added that, dfspeasatioas relieving the re?
cipients o.' the obligation,, are often given to
abe sick an l weak by the 'Catholic bishops and
priests. There are many Catholics who be?
lieve that Pero Hyacinthe will eventually re?
turn to the Catholic Church, and be restored
to his former status as a Carmelite monk; but
they say he may have to undertake a "re?
treat" for one year before he can bc fully re?
stored to his tormer position. He is now sub?
ject to whatever action the bishop of his dio?
cese and thc superior of his order may take.
He took vows of poverty, chastity aud obe?
dience, and it is claimed that lie violated the
Tlie Finances of the City.
Thc annual statement of the receipts ami
expenditures of the City of Charleston for
the year ending August 31st, ii now made
public, and deserves at our hands u keen
scrutiny and impartial consideration. These
statements are our only means of learning
the exact financial condition of the city, and
iii spite of their involved character-per?
haps a necessity-they enable an approxi?
mate estimate to be made of the iidelity with
which the public revenue Ls collected and the
economy with which it is spent.
The total receipts fot the year ending Au?
gust 31gtr were, in amount and kind, as fol?
" Licenses. 40,537 1 t?
Harbormaster's Office. 4,602 si
" Orphanhouse Fuud.*8.:i78 71
? Rems. 1,54? 60
" Interest. 18^347*32
44 Fines. '?.725 7;1
" State for Transient Poor. 6,000 00
11 Markets. 4,943 1!)
\? Board of Health. 4,316 42
" Fire Loan. 10,500 00
Firemasters. 749 42
- Bonds Receivable. 2,640 00
1 6 Per Cent. Stock-.. 3,030 00
? " ? * " . 142,117 00
1 44 " " " . 2,000 00
. Suspense Account. GO 25
1 Police Force. ' 67 22
; High School. 3,511 30
4 Interest on Fire Loan Bonds 0S9 50
. Notes Payable. 75,745 00
4 Fire Engine-Companies. 2,574 00
Total Receipts.$914/603 30
ind the total payments for the same pe?
riod were as follows :
Artesian Well.$ _ 60 00
Almshouse. 27,353 3!)
Aiken'Foundiing Hospital. 136 33
Board of Health.' 46,505 02
College of Charleston. 511 Oj'
Corporat ion Account. 2,000 00
Contingent Account. 15,8^2 02
Fire Department. 38,700'll
Police. 75,500 14
" Contingent. 219 33 |
High School. 5.764 40 '
House of Correction. 2.433 87
Interest on Debt. 364,474 18
Interest Account. 3,889 06
Issue Certificate of Indebtedness... 465 15
6 Per Cent. Stock 1845. 545 31
" ? M ?l 1848. 600 00
Co?pon Bonds. 1,000 00
Licenses. 80 75
Lunatic Asylum. 6,883 24
Miscellaneous Bond. 10,500 00
Notes Payable. 97,445 00
Orphanhouse . 38,733 17
Old Folks'Home. 2,911 31
Public Printing. 1,298 50
Real Estate. 640 00
Streets. 83.399 69
Plank Roads. 26,'751 80
Shell Road. 17,113 32
Shell Road Completion. 10,503 31
Tidal Drains. 6,789 95
Assessor's Office. 3,899 42
Clerk 6f Council. 2,029 30 (
City Court. 3,359 34
City Engineer.,. 2,411 72
City Treasury. 5,270 86
Harbormaster's Office. 1,610 65
Mayor's Office. 4/49 6?
City Hall. 953 93
Gas. 27,653 67
Washington Engine Company. 1,500 00
Sundries. 805 27
Total Payments.$943,128 29
? According to these statements, thc total
receipts were $914,603 39, and the total ex?
penditures $943,128 29, showing a deficit of j
,$28,524 90. This is not a seripu? deficiency
by auy means, and at the first glance it wil
doubtless seem that pur city finances'are in
a reasonably nourishing condition. But
figures are double-faced, and to the skilled
accountant tell a widely different tale from
that which they unfold to the unprofessional
observer, . We desire, then, as well as we
know how, to strip the financial statement
of the City Treasurer of ali its apparent
mystery, and to put the same figures in a
shape which shall lie wholly intelligible to |
the general public. '
We may remark at the outset that in the
statement already given of tho receipts of ]
the city, many amounts are included which
should not enter into, a plain exhibiUgf cur?
rent income, and expenditure. They were j
actually received' hythe .Treasurer, und are
properly accounted for by him ; but we wbdi
the year to stand on its own bottom, and
have the benefit only of its own legitimate re?
ceipts, as well as of its legitimate outlay. We I
say, for instance, that the State donation for
the poor, $6000, aad the receipts from Fire
Loan, $10,500, from bonds receivable, ami
from sLx per cent, stock, do not enter into
the plain calculation that wc desire to make;
nor do we take into account, on either side,
the floating debt account, or borrowed
money of the city. On the other hand, we
do not consider the amounts paid by certifi?
cates oP indebtedness, city stock, coupon
bonds, miscellaneous bonds, and the like,
true payments. Robbing Peter to pay Paul
is more convenient than safe. Striking out
such items as those mentioned, we have the
following as the true receipts of the city for
Receipts from Taxes.$573,522
M Licenses. 46,537
" " Harbormaster. 4,603
44 M Orphanhouse. 8,379
14 " Rents. 1,547
" " Interest. 18,347
" " Fines. 2,725
u " Markets.4,943
44 " Board of Health. 4,316
u 44 Sumirles . 7,652
And we have the following U3 the actual
Paid for Almshouse.$ 27.3.V!
M " Artesian Well. 1 60
" 44 Aiken Hospital. 136
w " Orphanhouse. 38,733
" " Gas.J. 17,654
44 <*. Street.*... 83,400
" 41 Plank Roads. 26,752
" 41 Shell Road..... 27,617
" 44 Police.'.?. 75,719
*4 4> Fire Department. 38,709 ?
44 44 Lunatic Asylum. 6,883
44 44 Tidal? Drains. 6,790
41 44 Printing. 1,299
44 44 Health Department. 46,566
44 44 Interest. 368,363
44 44 Charleston College. 611
44 44 High School. 5,764
44 44 House of Correction. 2,434
4' 44 Old Folks' Home. 2,911
44 44 Contingent Account. 16,892
44 44 Office Expenses. 25,037.
*4 44 Sundries:. 2,489
According to this statement, and we be?
lieve it to be a just one, the city spent in
the year ending August 31st, last, $158, :
501 41 more than it actually earned. If our
view of the m ilter be correct, the city has
to this extent eaten up the income of the
future or incurred a new debt which must
one day be liquidated. Settling day will
come for corporations as for individuals.
Another view of the financial condition of
the city is even more suggestive. In Jan?
uary last the Clark Council made up their
budget, cr estimate of receipts and pay?
ments, for the year the statistics of which we
are considering. Upon their estimates tlie
Tax bill was passed, and we believe (hat am?
ple provision was made for all proper and
necessary expenses. Comparing, then, thc
estimated income with the actual income,
and the estimated outlay with the actual out?
lay, we have thc following results:
Taxes. $ (547,800 $ 020.058
Markets. 0.000 4,943
Orphanhouse. 6,000 8,370
Kents. 4,000 l,o46
Fines. ?,000 2,726
Harbormaster. 2,500 4,003
Interest. i:;,000 18,347
Miscellaneous. 15,000 11,969
Totals. $ 097,300 $ 672,571
By this it will be seen that the receipts
were $24,729 less than was estimated.
There was a gain in the receipts from the
Orphanhouse fund and from interest, but u
loss in every other department. Thc tax re?
ceipts alone were 527,000 less than the esti?
mates. After all, tho falling oil is not un?
natural; nor will it account for the alarming
deficit already mentioned. The cause of this
is shown in the following table:
Almshouse. $ 110,000 $ 27,354
orphanhouse. 40,000 38,733
(Jas. :t0,000 27,054
Police. 60,000 75.71'.)
Fire Department_?... 35,000 38,709
Lunatic Asylum. 7,000 0,884
Drains. 5,000 6,789
Printing..?. 2.000 1,200
Health Department. 20.000 46,566
Interest. 300,000 368,363
Contingent. 10,000 15,802
Salaries and Miscella?
neous . 35,000 27,526
Streets. 50,000 83,400
City Improvements. 36,000 54,368
Artesian Well. 60
Aiken Hospital. 136
Charleston College. 611
High School.>. 5,704
House of Correction. 2,434'
Old Folks' Home. 2.911
Totals. $ 660,000 $ 831,072
Here is a difference of $171,072 between
the estimated expenses and the actual ex?
penses. And it is easily accounted for.
The'police department swallows up $15,000
of thc difference, the health department is
responsible for $2G,'000 more, the streets
outrun tlie estimates by $33,000, 'and city
improvements absorb $54,368, instead of|
$36,000. In these branches alouc the ex?
cess of expenditure is more than ninety
thousand dollars. The rest is made up in
interest account, in contingent account, and
in the expenditures for the High School,
House of Correction, arid for other purposes.
With these figures before them, thc tax?
payers must draw their own conclusions as
to the degree of injury already done Charles?
ton by the present City Council.
Tlio Blue ilidgc Concern.
Thc Oconec Conner, published at the pres?
ent terminus of the Blue Ridge Hoad, says:
> " To get any tangible info malion os to the
"present condition and future prospects of
"this great enterprise, appears difficult.
"The contractors, Crisville & Co., urrivod
"in Walhalla on last Friday night. They
"are now gone in thc direction of Knox
'* ville, with a view of examining the route.
"No work of any consequence has yet been
"done; a mere handful of dirt moved to
"save tlie contract. We hear there is a de
"lay on account of machinery, and the real
"labor will not be undertaken for some
"days. Wc rather think the securing the
"other five millions, which is to come, has
" something to do in delaying tho machiner}'.
"We do not doubt, however, but the road
"will bc built, and n beginning in earnest
" be made l?efore Christmas.''
A MEETING of the friends of a railroad ex?
tension from Spartanburg, S. C.. to Ashe?
ville, N. C., will be held in the courthouse
at Spartanburg, 011 the evening of Tuesday,
November 16, at 7 P. If., for the purpose of |
devising a scheme for thc construction of I
this important railroad. All friends of the
enterprise are invited to attend. Persons
attending the meeting will 1? passed over
the Spartanburg and Union Railroad free of
charge. This Asheville road is, to our mind,
of raoie importance than the Blue Ridge
scheme. It should ?ost less und do the
State more service. Wc hopo that the meet?
ing will give the project a tangible shape.
THE Unionvillc Times speaks very highly
of the management of the Spartanburg and
Union Railroad. The road haj? been -rebuilt
without assistance from the State or 4Jie
stockholders, and is now, with its machin?
ery, in good running order. The guarantee
of the State is secured by a first mortgage,
and arrangements will probably bc made
soon to pay the interest on the bonded debt.
The Times says-and we believe with per?
fect truth-that the prosperous condition of I
the road is due entirely to the efforts of]
THE famous Syllabus of errors published
by Pope Pius IX., in 1S64, will probably oc?
cupy a good deal of the attention of thc ap?
proaching Council, and we accordingly
print it this morning. It is denied, however,
that there has been any intention, as many
had supposed, of erecting thc eighty dam?
nations of Syllabus into articles of faith.
Tun census of Anderson County is com?
pleted. The population is: Whites 14,072,
colored 9053; total 23,125. In I860 thc
population was: Whites 14,286, colored 8587;
total 22.873. There is, therefore, a falling
off in tho white population, mid au increase
in tho colored population of thc county.
TUB Radicals, thanks to the State con?
stabulary, elected their candidates in Abbe?
ville ou Wednesday by 286 majority. The
disturbance at Calhoun's M ills was caused by
an attempt of the negro guard to drive thc
whites from thc polls. This is Radical lib?
erty with a vengeance.
THE Barnwell Journal has been enlarged
and shows in its columns unmistakable evi?
dences of growing prosperity. The Journal
is a good newspaper, carefully edited and
well made up, and in typographical accuracy
has no superior among tho country press.
IT wits owing to a blunder in our compos?
ing room that an article on the Longshore?
men's strike, published in. Friday's NEWS,
found its way, a 6econd time, into our col?
umns on Saturdav last.
THE population of Oconec County by the
census just completed is: Whites 8304, col?
ored 2444; total 10,748.
Another Tarn of the Screw.
The Longshoremen's Protective Union As?
sociation held an extra meeting on Friday
night ami adopted the following resolution:
Resolved, That no member of tilla Union
shall be allowed to work at storing, or store
any cotton, for any stevedore who is not a
member of titi:, Union, under pain of being
Hued in the sum ol' ten dollars.
The- adoption of this resolution is another
stride forward. At first the longshoremen
struck for higher wages. This movement
was a failure, because non-Union workmen
in abondance could be had Lo do the work
required. The Union then determined not
to work on any foreign ship until ti.stevedore
who had been discharged was restored to bis
place. And now they solemnly resolve that
they will not work at all under any stevedore
who is not a member of the Union. This is,
to all intents and purposes, a deliberate ;at
tempt to force the employers to engage tho
services of a particular class of men.
Whether there is, or is not, a respectable and
trustworthy stevedore in the Union, is to !>e
of no consequence. The Union men declare
that tiley will only work for Union steve?
dores, and tliey hope to be able to force the
employers to agree to their conditions.
,It mast not bo understood that we ques?
tion the right of the Union longshoremen
to control their own body. Tiley may line
their members and rule their members as
they please. Hut this does not content t hem.
Tliey ask now that the control of all the
storage business be given to them, and to
them alone. We do not know that tliey have
done anything to merit this, trust. Vio?
lence, threat, and unreasonable claims have
characterized their action from the very be?
ginning. And while we are anxious that
the longshoremen und all other workmci
should have every proper privilege, wc con?
sider it no less important that the employer
should have full protection in the enjoyment
of the right to engage whoni he pleases, and
upon the best terms lie can make.
The experience of the past few days shows
clearly that tho Union longshoremen arc
going from bad to worse. Nor have they
reached their halting point. It is, then, hit
time that (lie. shippers and shipping agents
should take steps to protect themselves abd
those whom they represent. Fire must be
fought with lire; proscription with proscrip?
tion. What the longshoremen have done
they are responsible for. Tho employers must
now oller an effective resistance or give up,
for good ami all, all eonl roi over their own
actions and their own property. The mosl
simple plan is for the shippers and shipping
agents to determine not to employa "Union'
longshoreman In any capacity. This will
work a 'jure, in the interest of the hundred.
of steady men who are now seeking work.
Il eau be done if the shippers stand Logethei
as the longshoremen eland together. And
if any employers, high or low, are so weak
as to act against their own interests, and thc
interests of tho working classes, by agreeing
to what Ibo Union demands, let them under?
stand that they, in tho face of the commu?
nity, must bear the brunt <>f whatever cottles
in the future, of their greed and want of |
. TIIK Unionvtlle ??nt?ssays that the "en
"ergy, tact and ability" exhibited by Gov?
ernor Scott lu "raising the means and credit
"of the State finances in order to complete
"tlie Brue Ridge Railroad, will be to him an
' evcrlasl lng monument"
. THE election1 in Georgetown passed oiT |
quietly. The Times says that "no interest
"whatever was manifested by the whites,
"who kept away from tho polls, the negroes
"generally voting." Thc result luis not yet
HOUSES, FARMS, STORKS, ROOMS,11
ftc, now vacant, eau readily he rented by
advertising Ultim in tins column. Hi?ratela
cents r?r twenty words or less, each Insertion, if i
paid in advance.
RESIDENCE TO RENT.-THAT VERY
desirable Hors;;, Xo, i,-> Lynch street, two
doors from Wentworth, containing six square
rooms, dressing room and pantry, (?as throujili
out the houses luis a large dry yard, with till ne?
cessary outbuildings, large "cistern and bath
room. Possession given Immediately. Apply on
premires or at Ko. 253 King street. nov 1
riM) H H NT ONE. LAUGE SLEEPING
A. uoo.M, pleasantly located. Apply ?11 Ko. --J
Church stivei, near Broad. novl a*
rpo RENT, ROOMS ON ONE FLOOR,
X suitableibra family: also, Furnished Rooms
ft?:- gentlemen. Apply ut No. 4ti lleaufain street.
rpi), RENT, A STORE IN MEETING
JL street, opposite thc Circular Church-to be
completed by 1Mb November. Apply to ll. A.
RODRIGUES. _oe EB thnisa
TO RENT, AFINE STORE WITH FIX
TURKS for a grocery and bar-room, corner
Longitude Lane anti Butt Hay. To au approved
tcham reut will be $10 per month. Also, six
larne square Rooms, with lire places, back piazzas
and cistern water on every story. The rooms
will l>c rented singly If preferred. Inquire of Mr.
ROSK, on Hie premises. octio
BOOMS TO RENT.-THREE UNFUR?
NISHED rooms in a residence pleasantly
situated in the western part of the city. Terms
moderate. For further particulars, apply at No.
ll Doughty street. octl2
t'ost ono .found._
LOST AND FOUND AGAIN.-IF YOU
have lost anything, miike lt known to the
public through this column. The rate for twenty
words or less, each insertion, is 25 cents, if paid
LOST, ON S A TURD A Y NIGHT, AT
half-past H o'clock, between the corner of
st. Phillp street and Wentworth to the corner of
Pit! and Montague streets, a brow n fur Cape.
Thc Under will be rewarded by leaving it at No.
I'iu st reet. novl 1*
IOST, ON FRI DAV A FTCUXOHN. TUM
J .uh lussaut, on the nattery, South Bay or
Legare street, n MOURNING BROOCH. Thc Under
win be rewarded i>v leaving thc same at this
ORice. novl -i
IOST, A BUNCH OF REVS AND CORK
J SCRKW, fastened br . steel spring ring. Tho
nuder win I? rewarded by leaving them at No.
tu 'fradd street, or ?it this Office._novl I*
LOST. A DOUBLE CASK S I L V K R
WATCH and ?OL? CHAIN. The tinder
wm be suitably rewarded if he will leave thc
sa ute at Tuts DAILY NKWS odlce, or No. 4 Society
street. novl r
LOST, A CASHMERE GOAT, ON
Thursday morning last. A reward will be
given for the recovery of the same. Apply to
PEDERICK SUMTER, ut the northeast corner of
America and Mary streets. novl 2*
ITV)UND, IN A STORE ON KING STREET,
on Monday last, a sum of MONEY, inquire
ai this oillce. * novl 1*
ABLAGKTN?TWHITE COW STRAY?
ED into No. '.SS King street, which the own?
er can have by paying expenses. oe WU
REMOVAL-PELZER, RODGERS &. CO.
?iu*-e removed their oitlce from North At
I niue, to Drown A Co.'s Wharf. ocf.'ll 4
REMOVED.-RIECB7E ?fe SCHACHTE
have thia clay removed their Auction and
Cj.umisKlon Business to VENDUE RANGE, Sa?
linas' new stores, where they trill be happy to
sec their old customers. OCtiM
REMOVAL.-CLAGHORN, HERRING &
i CO., Factors and Commission mere han ts,
have removed from Accommodation Wharf to
North Atlantic Wharf. oct8 Imo
SOLOMON'S LODGE, No. 1, A. F. M.
The Monthly Communication will be held In
Masonic Hall, THIS EVENING, the 1st Instant, at 7
o'clock. Members and Candidates will be punc?
By order of W. M. W. A. WILSON',
no vi . i Secretary.
ST. ANDEE Vs S O CIE T Y. - T II E
Keznlar Meeting of this Society will he held
?ii. the South Carolina Hall. THIS BVENINO, at 7
o'clock. i KOUT. M. GORDON,
novl Secretary pr? tem.
MEDICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA.-Thc- Regular Monthly Meeting of
nus Society will be held THIS EVENING, at 7
o'clock. MANNING SIMONS, M. I).,
novl_ Secretary. .
CL.-A SPECIAL MEETING WILL
. lie held Tnis EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock
precisely, on business of importance. A full nt
tendance of the members is particularly desired.
By order. novl
T/TECIIANICS' UNION, Nc 1.-AT
1VL TEND the Regular Munt lily Meeting ol' the
Union, at Eagle Hali, THIS EVENING, at ; o'clock.
Punctual attendance is required, RS business of
Importance will be transacted.
By order. J.B. KIMMEY,
Uovl _ Secretary.
PALMETTO FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
The Regular Monthly Meeting of your Com?
pany will be held at your Hall THIS (Mouuay)
EVENING, 1st instant, at 7 o'clock precisely.
By order of the President.
IPALMETTO SOCIAL CLUB*.-THE
members of thc Pal nietta Social Club an
hereby summoned to attend the Regular Month?
ly Meeting THIS EVENING, ai naif-past s o'clock.
Hy order President. 1). \V. MUSTARD,
novl * Secretary.
CCHARLESTON MECHANICS' SOCIETY.
J A Regular Quarterly Meeting of tire Charles?
ton Mechanics' Society will be held Tnis EVE?
NING, at 7 o'clock, at Masonic Hall.
novl Secretary C. M. s.
CIAROLINA RIFLE CLUB.-AN EXTRA
' Meeting of this Club will take place THIS
AFTERNOON, at G o'clock, at the Reading Room of
Messrs. Walker, Evans ,v. Cogswell. W
By order. W. E. HOGER,
novl * Secretary and Treasurer.
HAMPTON RIFLE CLUB.-ATTEND A
Regular Meeting Tuts EVEKING, tit s o'clock,
ai your Hall. By order. P. T. LAWTON,
nov l Secretary.
/CHARLESTON RIFLE CLUB.-ATTEND
\_J Regular Monthly Meeting TO-NIGHT, at half
past 7 o'clock, at Masonic Hall.
A. H. DKSAUSSURE,
novl Secretary and Treasurer.
HOMESTEAD BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION.-The Monthly Meeting of
mis Association will be held THIS EVENING, 1st of
November, at Masonic Hall, at half-past 7 o'clock.
Previous to the sale of the money some uf the
Shares will be sold.
The Treasurer will receive the dues from Stock?
holders during the dar at thc oitlee of L. Gambrill
A Co.. No. 7 broad street, and at the Hall lu the
evening. JOSEPH WU1LDEN,
DOA 1 j Treasurer.
CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY COM?
PANY.-The Annual Meeting or the stock?
holders or this Compatir win be held at their
ofilee THIS HAY. November 1. at which time an
election for Eight Directors will take place. The
polls will be open from lo to -j o'clock.
Hy order. S. W. RAMSEY,
hovLWfm3 Secretary, and Treasurer.
WANTS OF ALL KINDS CAN BE
made known to everybody lu this column
at the rate of 25 cents for twenty words or loss,
each insertion, il' paid in advance.
WANTED, TWENTY-FIVE ABLE-BO?
DIED LABORERS to Ditch on a Planta?
tion. Wages $1 50 per day and board. Apply to
P. CLEARY, Ko. 699 King street, near Linc. " 1
novia*_ _ _
Wash for a small family. Satisfactory re?
ferences required. Apply at No. 'Jo Church street,
corner of Atlantic street. novl 1*
WANTED, A GOOD COOK AND
WASH KU. Reference required. Apply
at No. IM Meeting street Immediately, novl i
TTTANTED, A COLORED WOMAN.
VT without encumbrance, to cook aud make
herself generally useful, ror a family of two. Ap?
ply at No. 87 Cannon street. novl l*
TTTANTED, A SITUATION BY A RE
VY SPECTABLE white woman to mind chil?
dren ordo housework. Good recommendations
can be given if required. Apply at the northeast
corner ol Meeting and Henrietta streets, novl l*
WANTED, ROOMS IN THE WESTERN
part of the city, for a family of three ncr
solis. Address A. P. S., NEWS (lillee. novl -1*
TTTANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
Tv do cliambcrwork. None need apply unless
wi.il recommended. Good wages paid. Apply at
N?. 89 Montague street. novl .
WANTED, TWO FIRST-CLASS DAR?
BERS, to whom the highest wages will be
paid. Apply at J. LOMBARDO S, No. 114 Market
street. OCtaO "J*
TTTANTED, A COLORED WOMAN
W without children to du housework. One
thai can sew preferred. Must come well recom?
mended. Apply at this anjee. oct 30 2
WANTED, A ~WHITE WOMAN AS
Cook, Washer and Ironer. Apply at the
conic? of Meeting and Charlotte streets.
oe tao a* ,
WA N T EI >7 A WHITE FEMALE HOUSE
Servant. Also, a colored Man Servant.
Inquire at northeast corner of Charlotte cud
Alexander streets. oct-'to
WANT El \ ~ IN A WlIOL?sXliryRY
Goods House, one or two young men, Dior
ls years of age, as Stockkecpers; also, one to as?
sist In Ofilee work, only those willing to work
and fond of order will give satisfaction. Apply at
No. 1-J4 Meeting street._Pegg 3
WANTED. A GOOD DRAYMAN. AP?
PLY at this oillce._ jict-is
TTTANTED. A WOMAN TO COOK AND
YT assist lu housework. Apply at southwest
corn-M' Queen ann Trapinann streets. _oeriC
TTTANTED, A HOUSE IN THE CEN
T T THAL part of the city, containing four
rooms, with good outbuildings and cistern. Ap?
ply, by letter, to Key Pox O?. oct2?
WANTED, TO PURCHASE A COM
PLHTE copy of ,1110 U. S. CENSUS for
lS(iu. Apply, staling price, to "CENSUS,'' DAILY
NBWS ornea oct7
WANTED, A SITUATION AS CLERK,
In a Wholesale Drug Store, or a large Re?
tail and Prescription Drug Store. No objection to
go in tiie country. Will expect but a small com?
pensation at llrst. The applicant is a graduate of
the South Carolina Medical Colloge. Address M.
I)., through the Postoftlce. oe 19
TO DRUGGISTS.-A PHYSICIAN AND
DRUGGIST, of twenty-live years' experience,
extensively and favorably known throughout the
State, and can influence a large trade, Wishes a
situation in a Wholesale Drug House, or a large
Retail and Proscription Drug sime. Doth city
and country references given. Address "Refu?
gee.*' Ilox Gb, Yorkville, S. C. octS Imo*
A?rANTED, A II O I' S E. NEAR THE
VT central part of thu city, containing Uve or
si:: room i, with good outbuildings and water.
Address D, at this Office. septa
A QENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
JA. sell Mic American KNITTING MACHINE,
the only practical Family Knitting Machine ever
luveiited. Price SSS. Will knit 20,000 stitches
p-.-r minute. Address American Knitting Machine
Company, Boston, lina., or st. Loots, Mo.
oe UM amos
TTTANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
VV that JOH PRINTING of all kinds, plain
and ornamental, is executed promptly in the
neatest st vie and at t he lowest New York prices,
at THL NEWS Job Office, No. 14!? KA ST HAY. Call
and examine UK; scale ol'prices before giving your
WA NT El), AG EN TS. -TWO II UNDRED
and Fifty Dollars per month, to sell the
nnlv Genuine Improved Common Sense Family
SEWING MACHINE. Price only ?18- Great in?
ducements tn Agents. This is the most popular
Sewing Machine of the day-makes the famous
"Elastic Lock Siilch''-wlll do any kind of work
that can bc done on any machine. One hundred
thousand sold and thc demand constantly in?
creasing. Now is the time to take an agency.
Send for Circulars. ?3~ Beware or infringers.'iijft
Address SECOMB * CO., Boston, Mass.; Pitts?
burg, Pa., or St. Louis. Mo. oct29 3mos
PARTNERSHIP.-I HAVE MIS DAY
associated with me, in business, my son,
GEORGE G. BUTLER. The business-Grain and
General Commission-will hereafter be conducted
in the name of Ii. M. BUTLER * SON.
November 1,1S09. R. M. BUTLER,
OPE FIRE COMPANY.
A SOIREE will bc given by this Company at
their Hall, Archdale street, THIS EVENING, the
1st November, at 8 o'clock.
Members wishing tickets can procure them
GEORGE BURKE, I .JOHN KENNY,
lt. J. SEYMOUR, JOHN RILEY,
JOHN.E. BURNS, | W. BROOKBANKS.
GRAND MASONIC FAIR,
Under the authority, and approval of the M. W.
GRAND LODGE and M. E. GRAND ROYAL ARCH
CHAPTER of thc State of South Carolina, will be
AT HIBERNIAN nALL,
ON MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 16TH,
At half-past 7 o'clock. Will open at the same hour
during the entire week, and will close at ll o'clock
Masonic Jewels and Regalia, Silver and Plated
Ware, Jewelry, Household Goods, Perfumery,
Dress Goods, Clothing, Hats, Refreshments of all
kinds, Fancy Articles, and a large and varied as?
sortment of other merchandise, will be offered for
sale. Contributions and donations will be thank?
fully received and acknowledged.
Thc lower Saloon will be opened every night, at
10 o'clock, for Cotillion and Quadrille Parties, un?
der thc management and direction of the officers
of La Candeur and Walhalla Lodges.'and a line
String Hand will bein attendance.
Arrangements have been made to 'transmit
Telegrams from the Hall to all parts of tho United
States, or by cable to Europe.
IL YV. J. CONNER, G. M. W. c. II. Si MONT?N, P.
IL E. R. s. BRUNS, <;. H. M.
P. w. F. M. ROBERTSON, P.
M. W. C. M. FORMAN, M.
1*. G. M. W. J. A. WAGENP.R, P.
M. W. A. E. MILLER, P. M.
G. M. W. G. H. WALTER, P. M.
M. W. ALFRED PRICE, P. W. H. D. CORBETT, P. M.
G. M. W. A. ISAACS, P. M.
M. W. i!. R. CAMPBELL. W. J. BIRNIE. P. il.
P. G. M. W. J.'A. BRADLEY, Jr.,P.
M. w. H.' BUIST, P. G. M.: M.
M. W. J. L. OKU, P. G. IL W. S. W. MAVRICK.P. M.
M. W. WM. GURNEY, D. W. T. TURNER,I\ M.
D.. G. M., New York. \V. I. W. Hl'GEL, 1'. M.
M. E. J. H. HONOUR, Sr., W. J. MCKENZIE, P. M.
I'. G. H. P. W. H. H. DELEON, I'. M.
B.W. W. K. BLAKE, D. W. c. E. CHICIKSTER, P.
c.. M. M.
R. E. M. MOSES, I), G. H. W. E. J. WADDELL, P. M.
P. W. C. HENRY, P. M.
R. W. W. T. WALTER, P. W. W. S. BOWMAN.P. M.
S. G. M. W. J. CARNIGnAN, P. M.s
R. W. s. A. DURHAM, P. W. R. W. SEYMOUR, P.
J: G. W. M.
R. W. J. S. BUIST, J. G. w. A. RAOUL, >. M.
W. Rev. Brother A. T. POR
R. W. II. W. SCHRODER, TEIL
G. T. ' Rev. Bro. W. W. HICKS.
M. It. J. li. PICKETT, G. Rev. Bro. J. H. M. CAU
W. Z. W. CARWILE, S. Rev. Bro. S. C. VEDDER.
<;. I). ' Rev. Bro. J. M. GREENE.
W. IL COVINGTON, S. G. Rev. Bro. W. IL YATES.
D. Rev. Bro. W. W. LORD.
W. C. T. TOWNSEND, J. G. Rev. Bro. E. A. WAG
W. G. M. JORDAN, J. G. Rev. Bro. R. T. CPTLER.
D. Brother ED. SERRINO.
W. P.C. COBURN, G. M. Bro. JAMES W. GRAY.
w. D. E. GILCHRIST, G. Bro. A. P. BLUNT.
S. Bro. W. G. SIMMS.
II. E. C. F. JACKSON, G. Bro. T. J. LOCKWOOD.
T. . . Bro. M. H. NATHAN,
H. E. c. G. JAEGER, G. K. Bro. G. S. HACKER.
K. E. J. E. HOYT, G. S. Uro. T. Y. SIMONS.
E. W. H. 1). GAILLARD, Bro. J. B. BETTS.
G. C. IL Bro. G. W. PARKER.
E. E. W. LLOYD, G. R. A. Uro. J. HARLESTON.
C. Bro. R. S. VENXING.
W. sr: J. PHILLIPS, P. M. Uro. J. It. BOYLSTON.
W. li. F. DUNKIN, I*. M. Bro. E. D. BHSTOK.
W. ll. YEADON, P. M. Bro. N. C. NOWELL.
W. A.p. ALDRICH, I'. M. Bro. W. A. KELLY.
W. D. W. HAINES. V. M. S. S. SOLOMONS, Esq.
W. J. B. KERSHAW, P. M. il. T. PEAKE, Esq.
w. A.T. SMYTHE. President of the Association.
w. z. it. OAKES, vice-President.
AV. s. THOMAS, Sr., Chairman Committee of Ar?
Bro. S. E. WELCH. Treasurer.
Bro. R. E. BROWN. Secretary.
S. K. C. FRONKBERGEU, South Carolina Com
Comp. S. II. OPPENUEIH, n. P. Carolina Chap?
ter, No. 1.
Comp. W. T. MILLER, IL P. Union Chapter, No.
Comp. Dr. J. H. HONOUR, Jr., H. P. Zcrubbabel
Chapter, No. ll.
Comp. ll. IL MULLER, Germania Chapter, No.
JOHN MCI.EISH, W. M. Solomon's Lodge, No. 1.
WILMOT G. PESAUSSCKK, W. M. Union Kilwin?
ning Lodge, No. 4.
A. FALK, VV. M. Friendship Lodge, No. 0.
R. S. DURYEA, W. M. St. Andrew's Lodge, No.
CHAS. INOLESBY, W. M. Orange Lodge, No. 14.
FRED. HORSEY, W. M. Pythagorean Lodge, No.
J. BOCK, W. M. La Candenr Lodge, No. 36.
W. E. M i KELL, W. M. Landmark Lodge, No. 76.
(i. L. BUIST. W. M. Franklin Lodg^.No. 96.
W. F. PADDON, W. M. Tyre Lodge, No. 138.
Bros. GEORGE H. INGRAIIAM, Jr.. S. WEBB, J. M.
JEANNERETT. WM. KNOX, 1). MULLER, W. W. PEM?
BERTON, C. W, STYLES, WM. L. KING, J. H. LOEB,
N. W. KINSMAN, W. J. TRIM, L. F. MBTET*
\\. LEVIN, P. M. Bro. J. IL WOMACK.
Bro. V/ w. SIMONS. Bro. J. H. HALL.
Bro. J. IL LOEB. Bro. A. MOWRY.
Price of admission to the Fair, 25 cents.
Children under 14 years of age, 13 cents.
Season Tickets, $1.
Admission to Ball-room, one Gentleman aud
two Ladies, $1.
Tickets can be obtained at the Hotels, Jewelry
and Book Stores, at the Hall, and of the Secretary
at his place of business. Ko, 24 Hayne street.
The South Carolina, Northeastern, Cher.iw and
Darlington, Savannah and Charleston, Charlotte,
Columbia aud Augusta Railroads, Florida and
Georgetown Steamers, have, wirti their usual public
spirit, reduced the price of travel on their several
hues, and will Issue Excursion Tickets, good for
ten days, from the 13th November, for one fare.
REAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY of any kind may be advertised for
sale lp this column, at the rate of 26 cents for
twenty words or less, each Insertion, If puld In
A COW, WITH A YOUNG CALF, FOR
J\. sale at No. 16 Cannon street,
A FEW CHOICE MULES WILL BE
./JL sohl low to make room for a lot of choice
horses daily expected. Apply to H. ARNOLD,
comer Meeting and Johu streets._novl
FOR SALE, A SECOND-HAND STEAM
EN ?INE and BOILER-8 horse power-all in
good order. Apply at No. 23 Lynch street,
REAL ESTATE.-A COMMODIOUS AND
substantial three-story brick HOUSE, cos?
tuming six square rooms, dressing rooms, pantry
and sture-room, with kitchen of Uve rooms, sta-,
hie. .te., in a central part of the city, for sale by
WARPLA W Si CAREW."_octl3 wfm
]7?OR SALE. THE ELEGANT RESI
DENCE, north side Wentworth, between
Hill anil Smith streets, having large garden, and
abundant servants' accommodations. In com?
plete order. J. DRAYTON FORD, NO. 40 Broad
HI met. OCtaO 4*
1PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT A
GREAT BARGAIN.-One small Cylinder TAY
l.i ?It PRESS in complete repair. It has been but
lillie used, and is sold simply because Hie present
owner has no use for it. The size of the bed of
the Press ls forty-four tc tifty-eight inches. Said
Press will be sold al a (Treat bargain ir applied for
at once, as the room it occupies is wanted for
other purposes. Add ress? Box No. 3795 New York
MEDICAL COLLEGE OF THE STATE
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-The Lectures in
this institution will be resumed on MONDAY, the
1st o? November, in the College buildings in
Queen street. The opening Lecture will be deliv?
ered at u o'clock A. M. The Members of thc Board
of Trustees, members of the Medical Profession,
and snell other persons as feel an interest tu the
College, arc respectfully invited to be present.
F. M. ROBERTSON. M. 1).,
OCt30 2 Dean of the Faculty.
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON. - THE
Exercises of thc Winter Term of this Col?
lege will commence on MONDAY, November L
Candidates for admission into the Freshman
or the Sophomore Class will present themselves
at io o'clock Monday Morning.
P. A. PORCHER,
oct30 2 Secretary of Faculty.
MRS. G. W. ALEXANDER WILL RE?
OPEN her School for Dancing, at the Ma?
sonic. Hall, corner of King and Wentworth streets,
on MONDAY, November 1.
Hours for Class Instruction at 4 and 8 P. M.
Soirees every alternate SATURDAY NIGHT. For
terms, 4c, apply at her residence, No. ll Com?
ing street. octis mthe
?roxerks, Clqnors, #c.
SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT.
Now landing from British Ship Duke of Wel?
lington. For sale in lota to suit purchasers.
. n'ovl 0_GEO. W. WILLIAMS, A CO.
.JO hods. Choice BACON SHOULDERS, just re-'
ceived and for sale by
novl 1_HENRY COBIA A CO.
OB L E C TE 4) H A ,Y .
300 bales Selected HAY will be sold low. Apply
to R. ARNOLD,
i'novl 2_No. 219 Meeting street.
QUNNY CLOTH! GUNNY CLOTH!
On the spot and to arive. For sale by .
oct- thm QUO. Ai TPENHOLM k SON.
UN NY CLOTH
loo bales, extra weight, in store, and for sale
low In lots to suit purchasers, by
E. LAFITTE k CO., No. 20 Broad street.
I VE RP POL SALT AFLOAT.
40?0 sacks Liverpool SALT, just arrived per
steamer narien, lu large and superior seamless
sacks. For sale, ex steamer, at lowest market
price, by ROBT. MURE k CO., .
oct2S _Boyce's Wharf.
?J^IVERPOOL SALT! "t
. 6000 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, direct frois^ir
erpool-large and full sacks. , T
For sale at lowest market prices, by
0Ct26_ T. J. KERR k CO.
gALLANTLNE & SON'S PALE ALE.
Weekly supplies of the above superior brand,
in barrels and half barrels. For sale by
W. H. CHAPEE k CO.,
octll imo_No. 207 East Bay Street, "i
U~~PHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
. . DRINK.,
A SURE* CURE FOR DRUNKErTNBSS.
One Dollar a Battle, Sent by mail, postage
paid, on receipt of price.
The Antidote is the best remedy that can be
administered in Manlasi-Potu, and also for an
nervous affections. '
For sale by \ Dr. H. BAER.
No. 131 Meeting street,
oetO_Agent for South Carolina.
jyj" A R B N G 0
CURES FEVER AND AGUE,
THE FINEST TONIC IN THE WOELP?
?3-Por sale by all Druggists.
0. J. LOHN, Agent,
, Corner King and John street,
septl7 .irnos Charleston, S. 0.
ARE FOR SALE BY
Dr s. RAOUL ?fe LYNAjL^
At Wholesale and Retail, '
CORNER ' RING AND MARKET STREETS.
JUST RECE IV E, D.
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA '
Bicarbonate of Soda
Cream of Tartar
Fresh Hops. I
Fer ?ale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. H. BAER,
octo No. 131 Meeting street. ..
_Conb for gal*. , i7
O A AA ACRES TO LEASE FOR JA
??.?\J\J TERM OF YEARS-The large and
beautiful PLANTATION, known as Kelti Place,
consisting of 2400 acres, lioo cleared. Soil rica
and clay abounding In deposits of marl. 700 acres
of splendid cotton land; 100 acres of lt will make
a bag to thc acre; location perfectly healthy all
the year; four and a half miles from Lewlsvule,
South Carolina Railroad; well settled; has becuna
constant cultivation since the war: has all neces?
sary buildings; small dwelling, barns, stables, '
glnhouse. screw, laborers' houses. Lyon's Creek
runs tliMt h the estate and furnishes one of the
best sites tor a factory in the Stace.
Will be sold with the lease, the following: 8 fine
young MULES, a large lot of improved Imple?
ments, Brinly Ploughs, New Gin, Dikson-Cotton
Seed, enough to plant the entire crop: 2000
bushels of Cotton Seed for fJrtllizing; 300 bushels of
corn. All will bo sold on the place, low /or cash.
Parties desiring to lease are requested to Inspect
thc growing crop of cotton, which will give entire
satisfaction. For terms, apply to Mas. LAW?
RENCE KE1TT, St. Matthew's P. O., Orangeburg
District, S. C.
RKKER?.NCES.-Major T. B. Whaley, J. C. KMtt,
Esq., Orarfgeburg; H. W. Peronneau, Esq., W?
Uam Middleton, Esq., Charleston.
oct25 mwf.'mo* v ,
"IA AAA ACRES IN WILLIAMS
1U.UI/U BURG COUNTY-lOO acres of
which are cleared and 75 acres now under culti?
vation In corn, cotton and rice. The tract ia
heavily timbered with pine, oak, cypress and
hickory, and contains a dwelling and outbuild?
ings, with fifteen cabins for laborers; also on?
good mill site. Average production of the land
ten to fifteen bushels of corn and llftceu to twen
ty-flve bushels of rice to the acre, without fertili?
zers. The region abounds lu marl deposits.
Georgetown is thc nearest market, the place being
four miles from Black Mingo Creek and twenty
five miles from Georgetown Creek, which is navi?
gable at all seasons.
Price of the tract $15,000; one half cash, the
balance In one and two years, secured ny bond
and mortgage. Any smaller number of acres
will be sold at a moderate advance on this rate.
Parties desiring to Inspect the tract can .do sd by
. leaving the Northeastern Railroad at Klngstree,
and inquiring the way to my place, twenty-three
miles distant. The tract ties within ice ?nile of
the projected Georgetown Railroad. Address *
JAS. P. CARRAWAY, Survivor of Perkins k Car?
raway, Georgetown Postofflce, S. C.
septSO niwf2mos* PAC_
AAA ACRES.-TO CAPITALISTS.
UUU At private sale or far lease, a fine
PLANTATION in Orangeburg District, forming a
part of thc estate of tho late Colonel Keltt, con?
sisting of about 600 acres; 350 of it cleared. It ls
watered by Lyon's Creek, a large and never-fail?
ing stream. Soil rich, red clay, well adapted to
cotton, corn, wheat, root crops and clover. Cli?
mate healthy all the year. Splendid range for
eattle; the neighborhood attractive-the adjoin?
ing plantations owned by gentlemen who reside
there and secure good order. The buildings were
burned,but lumber mills being near.they could be
replaced cheaply. A large State road connects lt
with Lewlsville, South Carolina Railroad, six
miles distant. The above isa splendid chance
for those desiring, to forma beautiful Cann ina
pleasant, healthy section. In 1S66 these lands
were returned at $20 per acre. Will be sold at
half that price. For terms apply to Mrs. LAU?
RENCE KE1TT, Society Hill, S. C. /
RKKKHEXCKS.-Major T. B. Whafey. J. C. Keitt,
Esq., Orangeburg: H. W. Pcronnein, Esq., Wil?
liam Middleton, Esq., Charleston
/ - i .
ACCOMPLISH ALL THBY/PROMISE.
For sale ai J
septl7 3mos RAODIL A LYNAH*S.
R .. D A ?
MUSIC DEALER, Piano Tun?V, Teacher.of VI?
lin. Flute and Guitar. Repalrejr of Musical latrs
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