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XE WS OF THE DAT.
-Gold at New York yesterday closed dull at
-The New York cotton market was heavy and
lower at25X; sales 2300 bales.
-At Liverpool cotton closed steady; uplands
HXallJi; Orleans llj*al2d; sales 8000 bales.
-Napoleon will probably spend some of thc win?
ter in Nice.
-Mr. Seward has fallen ill on his journey to
Mexico, and is not expected to reach the capital
until the latter part of this month.
-Ex-Governor Peirpolnr. of Virginia, has been
elected to the West Virginia Legislature; all great?
er ambitions have proved vanity.
-Germans are not to be Btylish in New York
this wluter. Small receptions and afternoon
?lancing parties wUl take their place.
-A dentist m Western New York claims to have
extracted one of his own teeth arter putting him?
self under the influence of chloroform.
-The theatre in Rochester, New Y'ork, was
burned Saturday morning. Several stores ad?
joining were Involved. Total loss, $50,000.
-Cdolpho Wolfe left each of his three daugh?
ters $100,000. There's schnapps for three young
men who may like to bring the "WoU* to the
-The Archbishop of Paris maintains that the
French Concordat is opposed to any decision by
the Oecumenical Council on the infallibility of the
Pope, without discussion.
-The flags were hung at half-mast on the ship?
ping in the Thames, and numerous public build?
ings in London were draped in mourning on the
announcement of the death of George Peabody.
-Commodore Vanderbilt proposes to give New
York State two hundred thousand dollars and
build a new prison, If it will sell him Sing Sing,
which he wants for railroad purposes.
-Tho Onondaga ?tone giant was removed on
Fridoy from the pla ? where it was first discov?
ered and taken to ryracuse. It was found to Vc
perfect on all sides, and a scientific report con?
cerning the statue is soon to be published.
-Henri Rochefort has been nominated as soie
candidate for the Corps L?gislatif from the first
ward m Paris. Ledru Rollin has accepted the
nomination from another district in the city, but
without taking thc oath of fidelity to the Em?
-The concession for the proposed cable be?
tween Belgium and the United States was signed
In Paris Saturday by the Belgian Minister. Thc
r-cable ls tobe laid between Ostend aud "some
point between Mame and Georgia," by au Ameri?
-One of the results of the election In New
York-where the Democrats have conceitedly
elected a working majority in both branches of
the Legislature-will be the repeal of all the laws
passed during thc Republican ascendency in re?
gard to the government of New York City.
-The papers continue to publish stories con
cernlng the reported marriage, now said to be
near at hand, of Mrs. Mary Lincoln, widow of the
deceased president, to Count Schneldenbuntzen,
grand chamberlain to the Grand Duke of Baden.
It is not known how much truth is m the report.
Mrs. Lincoln ls yet In Germany.
-A Washington correspondent says: ' The
West and South are bent on the passage of a free
banking law. The administration is already fa?
vorable to it, if lt can be based on coiu. One or
two members who have arrived express the opin?
ion that a compromise may be agreed on, which
wUl require that all banks shall redeem arty per
eent. of their notes in coln. The Senate is more
conservative on the sublet uau the House, ami
the existing banks will make a great fight over any
attempt to interfere with their vested rights."
-The greatest co-operative enterprise yet pro?
jected in this country is the Sutro tunnel. More
than $500,000,000 is supposed to be hidden in a
most unluckily constructed mountain in Nevada,
the precious veins running through tlie centro of
the mass rather than along the convenient slopes.
Already the mines have been sunk tosucli a depth
that they cannot bc pumped out or ventilated, ex?
cept at too great cost. Mining ingenuity proposed
a tunnel into thc mountain, cutting thc veins,
draining the mines, and laying open tlie whole de?
posit. Congress was asked for a loan to aid in the
work, but refused, and Mr. Sutro WAS lu a measure
forced into the co-operative scheme, which is al?
ready advanced to rome extent. Three thousand
laboring men are asked to pay in an average of ten
dollars cacha month, to be applied to the con?
struction of the tuuuel, and secured by owner?
ship m the mines. The money, of course, conies
back to the miners In the shape of wages, with
the prospect or a rich interest when the silver de?
posits are reached. The plan seems to have
struck the rancy of the Nevada miners, ami many
are responding to thc call Tor thirty-three cents a
.day, and becoming prospective owners of what is
believed to be thcgi-ci'est silver mine on the con?
-The work of recovering ihc bodies of thc
Stonewall victim-: is being vigorously prosecuted.
Fortunately, the position of the wreck and the
rature of the reef or bar upon which it lies are
snchtha-- a strong eddy is formed, thereby pre?
venting the corpses of the drowned from drifting
out toto the swirt current, and being swept away
Into the channel of the river. Out of this eddy
one after another the rema'ns of the victims arc
drawn to the surface, showing no signs of decay,
and looking almost life-like until thc warm air
and exposure begin to produce the usual marks
of advancing decomposition. As fast as recov?
ered they are laid side by side upon the bank, and
an inquest is held over each separately. They
are then enclosed in a rough coffin, and a place
or interment has been selected on the crest of a
hill a short distance from the river. Here a long
grave or trench has been dug, and here they are
buried. When all is over, and thc last or those
who perished on the Stonewall receive the rite or
sepulture, it is hoped that means will be taken to
erect on the summit or thal hill, overlooking thc
scene or the tragedy, a simple but enduring mon?
ument to perpetuate alike the memory or the lost
and the event which sent them to their doom.
So heavy was the demand for coffins that the
supply or lumber carried dewn by the Belle or
Memphis proved totally inadequate, and more
was procured from a neighboring sawmill.
-Negotiations are in progress for the consoli?
dation or the Nashville and Northwestern Bail
road or Tennessee, aud thc Iron Mouutain Road,
or Missouri, the base or which ls St. Louis. The
Nashville and Northwestern Railroad having
passed, by the action or the Legislature or Ten?
nessee, into the hands or a receiver, ls now under
lease to the Nashville ami Chattanooga Road. This
railroad intersects the Mobile and Ohio Road at
Union City. Its extension to a point opposite
Belmont, on the Mississippi River, the present
southern terminus ol the Iron Mountain Road,
will form a direct and continuous conuction be?
tween St. Louis and the Southern Atlantic coast
through Nashville; trains being tret^ierrcd
by large steam flats, as now done at St. Louis
upon other lines, would permit fre'ght and pas?
sengers to go through rrom St. Lou s to Nashville
and all points South, without br ;aking bulk or
making change. Should the ne? jtiations prove
succcssfol, this linc will make No-hville the great
distributing point for the products of the Far
West destined for the Southern Atlantic States.
The corn, wheat, meat, hemp, wines, iron and
lead of Missouri and the Nortl west would, by
such a connection, find a Southi -n outlet by this
line In less time and about the sa inc cost as they
now require to reach Baltimore. The reciprocal
?trade which mu3t necessarily follow upon the
opening of such a trunk line to St. Louis, cannot
rail to attract the attention of the merchants au-J
capitalists of this section.
We are again constrained to ask outad?
vertising friends to hand in their advertise?
ments at thc earliest hour possible, and in no
case to send them to us through another of?
fice. The constantly increasing circulation of
THE NEWS compels us to put its forms to press
earlier than heretofore, in order to secure
the delivery of the whole edition in good sea?
son ; and to be able to accomplish this des?
irable but not always practicable result, as
well as to properly classify the advertise?
ments, we are' obliged to rencv the above
Governor Scott as an Incendiary.
Go* ernor Scott has made thc burning of
one or two country stores in Sumter County
tue occasion of a characteristic proclama?
tion. He dwells at length on the enormity
of the outrage, and denounces the use of the
torch with a vigor and earnestness that
seems ?Missing strange, coming from an offi?
cial who already, in the brief period of bis
administration, has turned loose upon the
community more robbers, incendiaries and
cut-throats than were ever before pardoned
by all the Governors that have figured in tlie
history of South Carolina. And lest, per?
chance, these precious graduates of the peni?
tentiary, upon whose help the political hopes
of our ambitious Governor and his motley
crew so largely depend, might innocently
imagine that some of the sharp words used
were meant for than, the following saving
clause is dexterously interlarded between the
falsifications and threats which make up
the burden of the proclamation:
"If those who pretend to possess the wealth,
the intelligence, and thc morality of the com?
munity, resort to it (the torch) under the
pretence of enforcing law, or punishing dis?
honesty, they must not be surprised if others,
not so favored, smarting under a sense of in?
justice and wrong, by which, perhaps, they
have been defrauded of the hard earned pro?
ceeds of their labor, and their families de?
prived of food, clothing and shelter, (and
such cases are not unfrequent.) should re?
sort to the same summary process for re?
This is the language of the man to whose
keeping Radicalism has entrusted the peace
and prosperity of South Carolina.
South Carolina and tho Fifteenth
It seems now tolerably certain thut tho
Fifteenth Constitutional amendment will
be ratified this winter, and, before New
Year's day, the declaration " that thc
' right of citizens of the United States to
"vote shall not be denied or abridged by
'.the United Staten or by any State, on
' account of race, color, or previous condition
"of servitude" will in all likelihood have be?
come a part of the organic law of tlie coun?
try. Universal suffrage will then be tue
order of the day. A State will, it is true,
still have Hie power to deny the suffrage to
certain classes of people, hut, as the num?
ber of persons so deprived of tlie right to
vote by any State would necessarily be
deducted from its basis of Congressional
representation, and to that extent diminish
its political power, the probabilities are that
there will be no exclusion whatever from the
privileges of the ballot. Indians and Chi?
nese, as well as Africans, will be allowed to
vote so soon as they become citizens of the
United States, and every portion of the
Union will stand substantially upon the
same footing. How far the country can
bear without detriment tins sudd >n surren?
der of the whole political power to a mere
numerical majority, the future must deter?
mine. Excess of miscalled liberty is the
usual forerunner of despotism, and there are
millions of thinking men in these United
States wiio would rather be ruled by an iron
handed Emperor than be subject to the
whims and caprices of an irresponsible mob.
What tho citizen needs is a just and eco?
nomical government, laws impartially ad?
ministered, and taxation so low as to be
easily borne. These we certainly have not
now, and debasing still further ilia member?
ship of tlie body politic, will har dry place
them more nearly within our reach.
To South Carolina, it is of lillie practical
moment, after all, whether the Fifteenth
amendment be or be not ratified. We have
H large negro majority, ami enjoy universal
suffrage in its worst form. Even should
the Fifteenth amendment fail of adoption,
with us the right t'> vote cannot lie reduced
or abridged j) awfully, except by an amend?
ment 11 the State Con titution. No amend?
ment to '.lu- South Carolina Constitution, de?
priving thc negroes of flie r pr s nt privi?
lege, cord I p ssioly b ; adoj ted, i nt ss they
were se completely nuder tb influence of
the white minority ns to vote to s?rip them- j
selves of what they hav : b eu tang t ti re?
gard us thea ni u security agaiist injustice |
i n ti L nAivj?ijo x i
aaid oppression. Such a state of affairs we
never expect to see ; and even if it were pos?
sible, then the colored people would justly
be regarded as more valuable as voters in
political combination with the whites, than
as disfranchised citizens excluded from thc
basis of our Congressional reprcseutation.
Our position, then, is very simple. We can?
not, even with the United States Constitu?
tion as it stands, take from the colored peo?
ple the privilege of voting, and when the
Fifteenth amendment is ratified, we shall be
in no worse condition. Nothing short of an
armed revolution is likely ever to disturb the
existing laws of suffrage, aud we may as well
make up our miuds at once to face the inevi
ble, and, taking things as they are, to
do the best we can. Let the colored people
once comprehend ?lie truth that the whites
have no thought of interfering with the
rights the laws have given them, aud the
keenest weapon of the Radical demagogue
will be made powerless for harm.
Until the coming of "the man on horse
'.back," we have to face, as bust we may, the
perils of universal suffrage, and as the pace
of tile equestrian deliverer is painfully slow,
wt; may well, instead of gnawing the file, di?
rect our efforts to coupling universal amnesty
with the universal right to vote.
?an? for Gale.
LAND FOR SALE IX WILLIAMSBURG
COUNTY, S. C.-Thc valuable PLANTATION
of thc late John lt. Pressley, containing about 2o00
acres.situated in the Indiahtown neighborhood,im?
mediately on the Georgetown railroad,and in seven
miles of water communication. There are near
live hundred acres Inclosed und under cultiva?
tion. The balance of the hand ls heavily timbered
and well adapted to turpentine. The place offers
ffnc facilities for stock raising, ns the pasture is
abundant both winter and summer. The dwell?
ing Is painted. In complet? order, contains nine
commodious rooms and extensive piazzas. All
outbuildings necessary for a cotton farm, in good
repair, and comfortable quarters for twenty la?
borers. This valuable place will be sold cheap if
disposed of before thc 20th December. Parties
desiring to purchase will apply to me in person at
Indiantown, or by mail, Klngstree, S. C.
novio nl2?C6 Agent for Executors.
O i AA ACRES TO LEASE FOR A
?>-?.\J\J TERM OF YEARS.-The large and
beautiful PLANTATION, known as Keitt Place,
consisting of 2400 acres, noo cleared. Soil rich
and clay aboundlng.ln deposits of marl. TOO acres
of splendid cotton land: loo acres of it will make
a bag to the acre; location perfectly healthy all
the year; four and a half miles from Lewlsvilie,
South Carolina Railroad; well settled; has been in
constant cultivation since thc war; has all neces?
sary buildings; small dwe! g, barns, stables,
ginhouse, screw, laborers' houses. Lyon's Creek
runs through the estate ami furnishes one ol' the
best sites for a factory In the state.
Will bc sold with the lease, the following: s fine
young MULES, n large lot of improved Imple?
ments, Brinly Ploughs, New Gin, Dickson Cotton
Seed, enough to plant the entire crop; 2000
bushels of Cotton Seed for ortllizlng: 300 bushels of
corn. All will be sold on the place, low lor cash.
Parties desiring to lease are requested to inspect
the growing crop of cotton, which will give entire
satisfaction. For terms, apply to Mus. LAW?
RENCE KEITT. St. Matthew's P. O., Orangeburg
District, S. C.
R?F?RENCES.-Major T. H. Whaler, J. C. Keitt,
Esq., Orangeburg: H. W. Peronneau, Esq., Wil?
liam Middleton, Esq.. Charleston.
IA AAA ACRES IN WILLI AMS
?V/?\./V/V/ BURG COUNTY-100 acres or
which are cleared and 75 acres now under culti?
vation in corn, cition and nee. Tho tract is
heavily timbered with pine, oak, cypress and
hickory, und contains n dwelling and outbuild-i
lng?, with fifteen cabins for laborers: also one
good mill site. Average production or the ?and
ten to fifteen bushels of corn and ?lteen to twen?
ty-five bushels of rice to the acre, without fertili?
zers. The region nbounds in marl deposits.
Georgetown ls the nearest market, thc place being
four miles from Black Mingo Creek and twenty
five miles from Georgetown Creek, which ls navi?
gable ut all seasons.
Price or the tract ?15,000; one half cash, thc
balance in one and two years, Been red by bond
and mortgage. Any smaller number of acres
will be sold at a moderate advance on this rate.
Parties desiring to inspect thc tract can do so bv
leaving thc Northeastern Railroad at Klngstree,
and Inquiring the way to my place, twenty-three
miles distant. The tract lies within one "mile of
the projected Georgetown Railroad. Address
JAS. F. CARRAWAY. Survivor of Perkins A Car?
raway, Georgetown Poe to 111 ce, S. C.
sept20 mwfimos* D?C
AAA ACRES.-TO CAPITALISTS.
VJv/v/ At private sale or l?r lease, a linc
PLANTATION lu Orangeburg District, forming a
part ol the estate of the late Colouel Kel?, con?
sisting of about 600 acres; 350 or it cleared. It is
watered hy Lyon's Creek, a large and never-rail?
ing stream. Soil rich, red clay, well adapted to
cotton, corn, wheat, root crops and clover. Cli?
mate healthy all the year. Splendid range ror
cattle; the neighborhood attractive-the adjoin?
ing plantations owned by gentlemen who reside
there and secure good order. The buildings were
bumed,but lumber mills being ncar.they could be
replaced cheaply. A large State roa.I connects it
with Lewisvllle, South carolina Railroad, six
miles distant. The above isa splendid chance
lor those desiring to ronna beautiful farm in a
pleasant, healthy section. In lsGf. these lands
were returned at $20 per acre. Will be sohl at
half that price. For terms apply to Mrs. LAU?
RENCE KEITT, Society Hill, S. C.
REFERENCES.-Major T. B. Whalcy, J. c. Kelti.
Esq., Orangeburg; II. w. Peru ne tti, Esq., Wil?
liam Middleton, Esq., Charleston
REAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY, of any kind may bc advertised Tor
sale in this column, at the fate or ...:> cents for
twenty words or less, euell insertion, ir paid in
FOR SALE, THE SUBSTANTIAL
BRICK RESIDENCE of the late Dr. Moultrie,
at the northwest corner or Pitt and Montague
streets. The Lot measures about 100 Icct on Mon?
tague street, by 101 feet on Pitt street. The House
contains six upright rooms, two basement rooms,
two large attics, two piazzas, three dressing
rooms, one bath room, water closets, ftc. Sub?
stantial brick outbuildings. Apply to RUTLEDGE
A YOUNG, Solicitors Estate, No. 26 Broad street,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.-FOR
salo, a desirable RESIDENCE, with large
Lot, No. IS Montague street, west or Pitt street,
au excellent neighborhood.
Also, a linc large Building Lot in Limehousc
Ami to Rent, a House or eight rooms, in Went?
worth, near Anson street.
Also, Store and Dwelling comer ol Anson and
Society streets. Apply to J. MCCABE, Real Es?
tate Agent, No. 36 nroad street. novo awi
FOR SALE, ONE HORSE. ONE DRAY,
one Buggy, one Wagon and two Carts. In?
quire at Southeast corner ol Market and Church
streets. nov2 12*
PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT A
GREAT BARGAIN.-One small Cylinder TAY?
LOR PRESS in complete repair. It lias been but
little used, and is sold simply because the present
owner has no use ror lt. The size ol the bed or
the Press ls forty-four by fifty-eight inches. Said
Press will be sold at a great bargain if applied for
at once, as the room lt occupies is wanted for
other purposes. AddreSSS Box No. 3T'J5 New York I
Post?nico. BCpt20 I
HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
?Vc., now vacant, can readily h? rented hy
advertising them in this column." The rate is 25
cents tor twenty words or less, each insertion, If
paid in advance.
110 RENT, A FINE ST I I K OF ROOMS,
ur more ir desired. There are attached piaz?
zas, closets, gas, ftc. or a few boarders, married
or single, will bc taken. None need apply but
genteel persona Terms moderate. Inquire at
this office. novo 3*
A PART OF A HOUSE TO RENT, Di
Ix. the central part of the city. Apply at this
office, novo 3*
mO RENT, A FINE STORE WITH K1X
JL TU RES for a grocery and bar-room, corner
Longitude Lane and East Bay. To au approved
tenant rent ??li be $10 pei month. Also, six
large square Rooms, with Dre places, back piazzas
?md cistern water on every story. Thc rooms
will be rented singly ir preferred. Inquire or Mr.
ROSE, on the premises. oetic
ROOMS TO KENT.-THREE UNFUR?
NISHED rooms in a residence pleasantly
situated in thc western part ol the city. Terms
rn-derate. For further particulars, apply at No.
ll Doughty streit. octlS
PARTNERSHIP.-I II AV E THIS DAV
I tuuociated with me. in business? my son,
?KG a G. BUTLER. The business-Grain and
. leia! COinuiiKsiou-will hereafter be conducted
itc name of lt. M. BUTLER ft SON.
M rei ?ber 1, iso;'. R. M. BUTLER.
ll1 ,1 10
1 HU ?TO: tt 1?I7.UJ.'I;.'H , xiv
WANTS OF ALL KINDS CAN BE
made known to everybody in this column
at the rate of 25 cents for twenty words or less,
each Insertion, if paid In advance.
TXTANTED, BY A SINGLE GENTLE?
ST MAN, a Furnished Room, within five min?
utes walk of thc Old Postofflcc. Address J. I), ir.,
NEWS Otllce. novio
TOANTED DIMEDIATELY, A GOOD
Tv COOK. Apply, with recommendation,
Broad street, corner Rutledge. novio l
CHILD'S NURSE.-WANTED A CAPA?
BLE white woman as Child's Nurse. For
one that can come well recommended, liberal
wages will be given. Apply at No. 176 Coming
street, near Cannon._novio 1
TX/ANTEDTA GOOD COOK AND WASH
VV ER and Ironer for a small family, and also
a Nur.se. Recommendations required. No. 147
Calhoun street. novio 2*
"VirANTED, A WHITE GIRL TO LIVE
V V with a family or three, and make herself
generally useful. Recommendations required.
Apply at No. 24 America street, east side.
WANTED, A BAKER TO GO TO
Winnsboro', S. C. Apply at J. IL ALEX?
ANDER'S Sale Stable, corner of Spring and King
streets. novio 2*
TX TANTE D TO HIRE, A HOUSE, WITH
TT four to six rooms; must have a good cis?
tern, gas, and the necessary outbuildings, be in
good condition, and in a respectable location.
Apply at No. 9 Broad street. novo fraw3
ALADY WISHES A COMFORTABLY
furnished apartment, with board in a pri
vate family. Location central. Address, stating
terms. "A. R..'- NEWS Ofllcc._ _nov9 3?
XX """ANTED TO RENT, A HOUSE CON
V V TAININO six or eight rooms, in the cen?
tral or lower part of the city. Address "H.,"
NEWS oflluc. novo 2*
TXTA?TED. BY A COMPETENT COL
VV ORED MAN. a situation as Cook. The
best of recommendations can be given. Apply at
this office. _BOTS 2*
TX7"ANTED, A WOMAN TO GO INTO
T T the countrv to Cook and Wash. Apply
at No 47 Hasel street._nov9 2?
TXTANTED. A YOUNG MAN TO HELP
T v keep books and make himself generally
useful in a manufacturing establishment. Ad?
dress P. 0. Box 290, lu own handwriting, stating
salary required. novfl 2*
TX7" ANTED, A GOOD WHITE SER VA NT
Vf to cook and do general housework. None
need apply unless well recommended. Call at S.
Strauss', corner of King and oiicen streets,
TX J* ANTED, A COLORED GIRL AS
TT house servant. None need apply who are
not well recommended. Apply at No. 8 Rutledge
avenue, before 12 o'clock. nov8
TXTANTED. A WHITE WOMAN, WHO
V V ls a flrst-rate Seamstress. Apply at No.
14 Meeting street. novo 2*
ITT ANTED, A HOUSE SERVANT AND
VV NURSE. None need apply unless well re?
commended. Apply at southeast corner of King
and Spring streets. novo
TXT ANTED, A SITUATION AS CLERK,
V V In a Wholesale Drug Store, or a large Re?
tail and Prescription Drug Store. No objection to
go in the country. Will expect but a small com?
pensation at tlrst. The applicant Is a graduate of
the South Carolina Medical College. Address M.
I)., through the Postolllcc. octo
TXTANTED, A HOUSE, NEAR THE
V V central part of the city, containing five or
six rooms, with good outbuildings and water.
Address 1), at this Otllce._sept28
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VV PLBTE copy or the U. S. CENSUS for
ISOo. Apply, stating price, to "CENSUS," DAILY
NEWS OFFICE. ort7
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
s. ll the American KS1TTINO MACHINE,
the only practical Family Knitting Machine ever
lu ven ted. Price $25. Will knit 20.000 stitches
pet minute. Address American Knitting Machine
Company, Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
TTrANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
VV t!:at JOB PRINTING of all kinds, plain
and ornamental, Is executed promptly in the
neatest style and at the lowest New York prices,
at TUE NEWS Job Office, No. 149 EAST BAY. Call
and examine the scale of prices before giving your
XX "ANTED, AG ENTS. -TWO HUNDRED
VV und Fifty Dollars per month, to sell thc
onlv (?cnuine Improved Common Sense Family
SEWING MACHINE. Price only SIS. Great In
ducemcnts to Agents. This ls thc most popular
Sewing Machine of thc day-makes the ramous
"Elastic Lock Stitch"-will do any klud or work
that can be done on any machine. ' One hundred
thousand sold and the demand constantly In?
creasing. Now is the time to take an agency.
Send for Circulars. t&- Beware or inrringcrs.-?ft
Address SECOMB A CO., Boston, Mass.; Pitts?
burg, Pa., or st. Louis, Mo. oct29 amos
Cost ano .forma.
LOST AND FOUND AGAIN.-IF YOU
have lost anything, make it known to thc
public through this column. The rate lor twenty
words or Uss, each iusertion, ls 25 cents, ir paid
IOST, A POCKETBOOK, CONTAINING
J a few dollar?. Thc finder will be rewarded
by leaving thc same at this otllce. novio l*
STRAYED OR STOLEN, ON MONDAY
lust, a large Bull SLUT, answers to the name
o:' Sipp. She lins one bruwnfepot on her back and
tha side of her head. A reward will be given, if
loft at No. 57 Rutledge avenue, three doors above
Lim* street. novlU ws2*
?CoticcG in Bankrnptcn.
IN BANKRUPTCY. -IN THF. DISTRICT
COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE
DISTRICT OP SOUTH CAROLINA.-Ex parte WM.
T. SHUMATE and A. BLYTHE, Assignees, in re
JOHN W. (?KAMY, Bankrupt.-Petition to sell
Kcal Estate, uiiincumbcrcd, call in Lieu Creditors,
Ac-Notice is hereby given to ?ill Creditors hold?
ing Liens against the Estate of JOHN W. GRADY,
that tlicy are required io establish thc same be?
fore W. J. ("LAWSON, Esq., Registrar, at Yorkville,
S. c., within forty days noni the date hereof, or
bc barred from ali bcuefitsof the decroe ror dis?
tribution to be made in this case.
Hy order of Hon. (?EO. S. HUYAN. Judge or sahl
Greenville, S. C., September li, 1SU9.
JTO. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
150 tons No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, now land
lug from schooner Archer A Reeves.
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
pACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
COMPOSTING WITH COTTOK SEED.
This article is manufactured at thc Company
Works under thc direction and superintendence
! or Dr. RAVENEL. lt contains I he same elements
or fertility as Soluble Pacific Cunno, except that
it is not furnished arith ammonia, it is prepared
expressly for composting with colton seed, which
furnishes tho clement of ammonia-the object be?
ing to render that side-product of thc plantation
available to thc highest degree as an element of
$40 cash, or $.:o on 1st November, 1S70, lor ap?
proved city acceptance or other good security.
For lu rt her, and particular luformatio.'i, apply
to thc undersigned,
J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Tor South Carolina,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
JOHN. S. REESE A CO.,
General Agents Baltimore.
^ A N D P L A S T E R .
500 barrels LAND PLASTER, lu store.
For salt- by
oct 12 OLNEY A CO.
A C . K A U I'' M A N
BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT.
No. 2s 1; I!OAD STREET,
Charleston, s. c.
Prompt attrill ion given to thc purchase . nd
sale of Heal Estate, Stocks. Bonds, Bunk H. ls,
Ac, AC. se.tti? w.m'-moics
FRANKLIN LODGE, No. OG, A. F. M.
The Regular Monthly Communication of the
above Lodge will bc held at Masonic Hall, Tu is
EVENINO, at 7 o'clock. Punctual attendance is
requested. WILLIAM ROY,
HE LIOME LOAN AND BUILDINGA?T
SOCIATION.-The Seventy-Thtrd Instalment
is due this date and will be received by the
Treasurer at No. I South Atlantic Wharf.
Monthly Meeting at Masonic Hall, at 7 o'clock
THIS EVENING, when parries having shares for
sale will have an opportunity of disposing of
them. F. 1!. HACKER,
novio Secretary and Treasurer.
g.VNKOF CHARLESTON STOCK,
JAMES H. WILSON,
novo 2 No. 5 Broad street.
State of South Carolina BONDS, "OM"
State of South Carolina Bonds, "New"
South Carolina Railroad Seven per Cent. Bonds
Savannah and Charleston Railroad Stock.
Apply to JAMES H. WILSON,
novo 2 No. 5 Broad street.
THIRST MORTGAGE TWENTY-YEAR
SEVEN PER CENT. BONDS
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD
PRINCIPAL ANO INTEREST PAYABLE IK NEW YORK.
These bonds arc secured bj a FIRST MORT?
GAGE ON THE ROAD, Including its outfit and
equipment. The Trustees are JAMES ROBB, of
New York; WILLIAM AIKEN and GEORGE W.
WILLIAMS, of Soutli Carolina.
Tills Road is 105 miles in length, connecting the
Cities of Savannah and Charleston, and is an im?
portant link of through travel from the North io
Georgia, Florida and the Gulf States. The whole
Road will be In complete running order by thc
first of December.
This loan Ls ".t the rate of only $5000 per mlle,
which Ls less ti:nn the cost of the iron, and Isa
first-class security in every respect.
These bonds are offered for the present at
EIGHTY CENTS on thc dollar, by the SOUTH
CAROLINA LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY, No. 19
Broad street. THOMAS R. WARING,
octl3 wfm Cashier.
BROKER, No. 4 BROAD STREET,
Buvs and sells on commission, Bonds, Stocks,
Bank Bills, and Securities of all kinds. Thc high?
est market prices obtained.
Any Information desired, by letter or otherwise,
will bc cheerfully given. Apply as above at No.
1 Broad street, or through Postofllce Box 307.
Will also attend to the investments of rnoaey in
large and small amounts.
REFERENCES.-Wugner, nugcr A Co., Reeder &
Davis, G. A. Trenholm k Son, W. C. Bee k Co.,
Thomas E. Waring, Cashier South Carolina Loan
and Trust Company; Pelzer. Rodgers A Co., J. D.
Aiken and Co., George H. Walter A co., Cohen,
llanckci k Co., Andrew SUnOBdS, President First
National Bank. Bept21 2mos D?C
US S ELL'S BOOK STORE.
LOUDON'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF AGRICUL?
TURE, illustrated by over 1200 Engravings, $11.
Loudon'* Encyclopaedia of Gardening, $11. How
Crops Grow; a Treatise on the Chemical Compo?
sition, Structure and Life of the Plant, with nu?
merous Illustrations and Tables of Analysis, by
Professor Samuel W. Johnson, of Yale College.
$2. Farm Implements and Machinery; the Prin?
ciples of their Construction and Use, with sim?
ple and practical explanations of the Laws of
Motion and Force as applied on the Farm, by
John J. Thomas, with 2X7 Illustrations, $1 50.
Gardening for Profit; a Guide to the successful
Cultivation of thc Market and Family Gardeu. by
Peter Henderson, finely Illustrated, ?150. New
American Farm Book, by Richard L. Allen, re?
vised and greatly enlarged, $2 50. Gardening
for the South, or Hoy to Grow Vegetables and
Fruits, by thc late Winiam N. White, of Athens,
Qa., with additions by Mr. J. Van Buren and
Dr. James Cama';, Illustrated, ??. Southern
Farmer and Market Gardener, being a compila?
tion of useful articles, from the me t approved
writers, by Francis s. Holmes, new Edition, $1
50. High Farming without Manure; Six Lec?
tures on Agriculture, delivered at the Experi?
mental Farm ut Vincennes, by George Ville, 50
cents. American Fruit Culturist. containing
practica! directions for the Propagation and Cul?
ture of Fruit Trees, Ac, by John J. Thomas. $2
50. Practical Floriculture; n Guide to the suc?
cessful Propagation and cultivation of Florists'
Plauts, $150. Pear Culture for Profit, by P. T.
tjulun. Illustrated, $1. The Practical Poultry
Keeper: a Complete and Standard Guide to thc
Management of Poultry, whether lor domestic
usc, the markets or exhibition, $2.
Kl F.MEYER: a Test Book of Practical Medicine,
with particular reference to Physiology and Pa?
thology, by Dr. Felix Nlemeyer, translated from
thc 7th German Edition, 2 vols.. $9. Dr. Moritz
Merer: Electricity in its Relations to Practical
Medicine. $4 50. J. M. Duncan: a Practical Trea?
tise on Perimetritis and Pa ru mot rit is, $2 SO.
John Eric Erichsen: the Science und Art of Sur
gery. Illustrated with on Engravings, with ad?
ditions by John Asllhurst, .lr., A. M.. M. I).. $7 50.
Pavy: a Treatise oil the Function of Digestion,
il s Disorders and their Treatment, by F. iv. Paw,
M. lt., F. R. s. Garretsou: Diseases and Sur?
gery of the Mouth, .laws and Associated Paris,
by J. E. Garretsou. M. D., Illustrated, $0 50,
Heath: Injuries and Diseases of the Jaws, the
Jacksonian Prize Essay of the Royal College of j
Surgeons, ISUT, $0. novo
PICTORIAL PHRENOLOGICAL JOUR?
NAL AND LIFE ILLUSTRATED Isa hand?
some Magazine, devoted to the Science ol' Mau,
Phrenology, Physiology, Physiognomy, Psycholo?
gy, Ethnology, Ac Terms only $3 a year." Sam?
ple numbers 25 cents. October, November and
December Numbers sent free to new subscribers,
who remit at once. Address SAMUEL R. WELLS,
No. aso Broadway. New York. novo 2*
SENT FREE OF POSTAGE
AT THE PRICES ANNEXED.
NOVELS BY CHARLES DICKENS.
OLIVER TWIST, 172 pages, 30c.; American
Notes, 104 pages, 20c; Dombey A Son, 205 pages.
40c; Martin Chuzzlewit, 342 pages, 40c.; Our Mu?
tual Friend, 330 pages, 40c; Christmas Stories,
163 pages, 30c; Tale of Cities, 144 pages, 25i
Hard Times and addlonal Christmas Stories, 200
pages, 30c; Nicholas Nlckelbv, 340 pages, 40c:
Bleak House, 310 pages, 40c; Little Dortitt, 330
pages, 40c: Pickwick Papers, 326 pages. 40c: Da?
vid Copcrfield, 330 pages, 40c; Barnaby Rodge,
257 pages, 35c: Old Curiosity Shop,221 pages. 35c;
Great Expectations, isl pages, soe.; sketches, loo
NOVELS BY SIR WALTER SCOTT.
The following Novels by Sir Walter Scott malled
af DOC each: Waverley. Ivanhoe, Kenilworth, Guy
Mannering. Antiquary, Rob Roy, oid Mortality,
Thc Black Dwarf and a Legend ol Montrose, Bride
ol' Lammermoor, Heart of Mid-Lothian, The Mon?
isten . The Abbot, The Pirate, Fortunes of Nigel,
Peveril of the Peak, Quentin Durward, st. ito
nan's Well, Red Gauntlet, The Betrothed und
Highland Willow, The Talisman, Woodstock, Fair
Maid <>: Perth, Annie ol' Geierstein. Count Robert
ol Caris. The Surgeon's Daughter.
SEA TALES OF CAPTAIN MARRYATT.
Midshipman Easy, Peter Simple, Jacob Faith?
ful, Naval Chicer, King's Own, Newton Forster,
Pacha ol' Many Tales, The Poacher, The Phantom
Ship, SnarlcyOW, Percival Keene, mailed at 55c
Meta's Failli, 55c ; Countess Gisela, Marlitt,
40c; The Seven Curses of London, L-ue. : Hard
Cash, Charles Reade, 40c; Love Me Little, Love
Me Long, Charles Reade, 40c; Madame Le Mar
chaild's Fortune Teller ?md Dreamer's Dictionary,
40c; Laws of Love, 35c; Ladles' Guide to Beuny,
auc; Parlor Theatricals, or Winter Evening's En?
tertainment. 35c; The Modern Pocket Hoyle, con?
taining all the Games of Skill and Chance, 68c;
Tho Parlor Magician, 35c; How to Behave or the
Spirit or Etiquette, 20c; How to Talk and Debate,
auc; How to Dress with Taste, 20c; How to Cut
and Contrive Children's Clothes at a Small Cost,
2uc. On receipt of the price, eil her in cash or
stumps, copies or any Books in t li Ls list will be
sent by mad postpaid.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
novS No. HR King st., Chariest on, S. C.
V I' - C H E V~ lt E U X,
SCULPTOR AND ARCHITECT,
Comer Meeting street, and Horlbcek's Alley,
Charleston, s. c.
Plans made to order ami work executed promptly
(Smns, fJistols, Uz.
JgREECII-LOADING SPORTING GUNS.
The subscriber is now receiving a fine assort?
ENGLISH BREECH-LOADING, DOUBLE-BAR?
REL SHOT GUNS,
Which are offered for sale at very low prices.
Also, a few French Breech-loading duns.
The prices of the above vary from $30 to $175.
A One assortment of
ENGLISH DOUBLE-BARREL GUNS,
Made to order, at prices varying from $22 up to
thc highest prices.
Also, Double and Single-barrel
ENGLISH AND GERMAN GUNS.
At much lower prices.
Powder Flasks, Shot Pouches and Game Bags,
from the lowest price to the very best made.
Percussion Caps, Wads, Gunpowder and Shot.
Pistols of all kinds.
And as Agent for thc United States Cartridge
Company, I am prepared to offer te the trade
their Metallic Cartridges as low as thc same goods
can be delivered here from the factory.
No. 52 East Bay, south or the Old Postorhce.
Stones, Hanges, Uz.
TOVES AT WHOLESALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED, SUCCESSORS OF HOR?
TON A SHEPHERD, HAVE RESUMED THEIR
TRADE IN STOVES, AS WHOLESALE DEALERS,
IN CONNECTION WITH THEIR OTHER BUSI?
NESS, AND ARE NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY
OTHER DEALERS, FACTORS, MERCHANTS AND
ALL TnE CUSTOMERS OF TUE OLD HOUSE
WITH THE MOST APPROVED DESCRIPTIONS
OF COOKING STOVES, RANGES AND HEATING
STOVES AT A CLOSE APPROXIMATION TO
THE COOKINO STOVES AND RANGES ARE
SOLD WITH OR WITHOUT FURNITURE-SOME
OF THEM ARE DESIGNED TO OPERATE WITH?
OUT THE AID OF CHIMNEYS IF NECESSARY
AND ALL ARE GUARANTEED TO BAKE PROP?
ERLY, IF SET UP AS DIRECTED.
THE RANGES ARE UNUSUALLY LOW IN
PRICE-UAVB SIX BOILER OPENINGS AND
DOUBLE OVENS, THOUGH BUT A SINGLE
PIPE, AND NEED NO BRICK-WORK TO SET
THE STOCK OF HEATING STOVES EMBRACES
CAST-IRON AIR-TIGHTS, RUSSIA-IRON |AIR
TIGIITS, SIX-PLATE OR BOX STOVBS, Ac.
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES AND PRICES
WILL BE FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION.
WM. SHEPHERD A CO.,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET,
_CHARLESTON S. C.,_
JAPANNED TIN-WA RE
WM. SHEPHERD A CO.,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET.
TAMPED TIN -WARE
WM. SHEPHERD & CO.
No. 24 HAYNE STREET.
JpiONCH RETINNED IRON - WARE
WM. SHEPHERD A CO.,
_No. 24 HAYNE STREET._
AGENTS IN CHARLESTON:
WM. SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET.
5l)irts ana -fnrnisljing ?coos.
fJMIE PLACE'TO BUY YOUR SHIRT;
SS THE ss
SS STAR SS
SS SHIRTS SS
SS AND COLLARS, SS
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SS MEN'S SS
SS FURNISHING GOO?S SS
SS A.sn SS
'ss UNDERWEAR SS
Don't forget the place, THE STAR SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
THOMAS H. BLACKWELL
Is constantly receiving additions to his Large
MENS' FURNISHING GOODS.
His Intimate relations with Importing Houses
at the North enables him to sell thc Best Goods at
less than New York prices.
THE LATEST STVLES OF
SCARFS, TIES, COLLARS, "OSIERY, HAND
KERCIIKIEFS, UNDERWEAR, Ac.
BAJOU'S CELEBRATED KID GLOVES. The
Quaker Ciry Flue Shirt, ready made and to order.
All goods marked in
ONE PRICE TO ALL.
Nt?. 219 KING STREET,
sept22 6mos One door below Market.
flats, Caus, Uz.
JJ ll . WILLIAMS,
No. 24 3 KING STREET,
Opposite the Big Boot,
Takes pleasure in announcing to his rriciids and
thc public generally, that he has opened a com?
plete stock of Gents', Youths' and Boys'
HATS AND CAPS,
Ol thc latest styles, to which he would invite their
attention before purchasing elsewhere, knowing
that he will give full satisfaction in beth quality
Jirst received, a beautiful style or SILK HAT. A
call is solicited. oci JO
WESTERN BACON, LARD AND
50 boxes Prime BULK SHOULDERS (Cragin A
50 tierces Clear Smoked Sides
20 bbds. Bright Choice Shoulders
* ZO hhds. Rejected Shoulders-large size
?200 packages Pure Leaf Lard
,300 bbls. Super and Extra Flour.
I In store, and for sale at reduced prices, by
Vs BERNARD O'NEILL,
novo 2 East Bay.
TS loo bales, extra weight, in store, and for sale
low In lots to suit purchasers, by
E. LAFITTE A CO., No. 20 Broad street.
JIJASTE RN HAY LANDING.
350 bales Prime EASTERN HAY landing at
For sale by WEST A JONES,
nov9 2 No. i ; East Bay.
6000 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, direct from Liv?
erpool-large and full sa ks.
For sale at lowest market prices, bv
oct26 T. J. K?RR & CO.
JgALLANTINE <t SON'S PALE ALE.
Weekly supplies of the above superior brand,
In barrels and half barrels. For safe by
W. H. CHAPEE A CO..
octll imo No. 207 East Bay Street."'
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
Thev are purelv vegetable, safe and sure. The
best in use. For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
oet5 Wholesale Agent.
JOLSON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE.
Warranted to remove all desire for Tobacco in
any form. Restores sufferers from its injurious
effects to robust health. Of great benefit to Dys?
peptics. For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street,
oct5_ .Agent for South Carolina.
UPERIOR COLOGNE WATER.
Manufactured ana for sale by
Dr. II. BAER.
oct5 No. 131 Meeting street.
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
Bicarbonate of Soda
Cream of Tartar
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. II. BAER,
oct6 No. 131 Meeting street.
CURES FEVER AND AGUE.
THE FINEST TONIC IN THE WORLD.
49~For sale by all Druggists.
G. J. LUHN, Agent,
Corner King and John street,
septn 3mos Charleston, S. C.
g OLOMON'S BITTERS
ARE FOR SALE BY
D r s. RAOUL ? LINAH,
At Wholesale and Retail,
CORNER KING AND MARKET STREETS,
ACCOMPLISH ALL THEY PROMISE
For sale at
septn 3mos RAOUL A LYNAH'S.
ELLING OUT AT COST.
Of all kinds and bc' quality, selling out at and
below cost until November 15, i860,
AT No. 140 MEETING STREBT,
Charleston, S. C.
N. B.-Auction sale of Stock unsold, November
oct29 fmw7 GEO. E. PINGREE.
JJ 0 YOU WISH
TO PREVENT YOUR
CHILL AND FEVER*
septn 3mos CSE SOLOMONS' BITTERS.
?rrngs, (El)emicals, Ut.
TJUSSELL'S SOOTHING CORDIAL
FOR INFANTS TEETHING.
ALLAYS INFLAMMATION OF THE GU1JS, CURES
CIIOLIC, CHOLERA INFANTUM, DYSENTERY,
AND ALL DISEASES TO WHICH
CHILDREN ARE SUBJECT
WHEN TEETH INO.
CONTAINS NO ANODYNE.
RUSSELL'S SOOTHING CORDIAL ls offered to
the public with an absolute guarantee against all
danger from its use. Read the following certifi?
CHARLESTON, May 16,1868.
Mr. J. B. ROWELL, one of our careful and intel?
ligent Pharmaceutists and Apothecaries, has sub?
mitted to my examination the formula for the
preparation of a Soothing Cordial prepared and
vended by him.
It affords mc pleasure to express a favorable
opinion of its sate and jeftlclent adaptation to the
particular cases of the diseases of children, which
it ls desigued to relieve.
E. GEDDINGS, M. D.
Having had occasion to prescribe RUSSELL'S
Soothing Cordial In severe cases of Bowel Com?
plaints In children and delicate females, I have
been much pleased with Ita effects. I consider lt
a valuable medicine In all cases, in which lt may
bc advisable to avoid the use of anodyne, and par?
ticularly for family use, as it Ls perfectly safe. .
W. T. WRAGG, M. DJ
CHARLESTON, S. C., isas.
Dear Sir-I have used your Soothing Cordial for
Dian lura in teething children, and Und it a very
excellent preparation. It bas a great advantage
over most preparations of the kind in containing
no Opium or Narcotic.
When these arc required they can bc added lu
proportions applicable to the case.
I therefore can recommend ita use in thc affec?
tions for which it is designed.
Respectfully yours, 4c,
T. L. OG 1ER, M. D.
CHARLESTON, S. C.. 1S68.
I certify that I have most successfully used
RUSSELL'S Soothing Cordial in the Summer Com?
plaints of infants. He has fully exhibited the in?
gredients of his remedy, and the tedious method
or preparation. I recognize the prescription
coutalning no anodyne whatever-as a most safe
and efficacious one iu bowel affections of children.
When much pain or restlessness attends thc affec?
tion, doses or Paregoric can be added to the pre?
scribed doses of Hie Cordial according to the age
or the patient. Thc compound, though more
orton, acts in an efllcient manner without any ad?
dition or anodyne.
In thc Diarrhoea of the aged. In Increased doses,
it is or great value as a remedy: never disagree?
ing with the stomach--in( reasing appetite, im?
proving digestion, and acing asa slow but effi?
cient astringent agent.
W. M. FITCH, M. D.
MOUNT PLEASANT, S. C., 186S.
Afr. J. B. Russell :
DEAR Stu-I have used ynrr Southing Cordial
for children extensively in inj practice, and most
cheerfully testify to its mcriis. i have lound it,
without au exception, to Accomplish all it claims,
and consider it superior to anything in use for
its freedom from anodyne of anj kind recom?
mend-; it asa peril ? tly-afc preparation In the
hands of mothers and inexperienced mir*??.
Very respectfully, kc,
l>. b. WILLIAMS, M. D.
Mad ! by J. H. R?SSEIJ, Chemist.
Sold by Dr. H. BA KR, Wholesale Afrcnt for
South Carolina. uctl3