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NEWS OE TSIJ>AT.
-Gold closed in New York, . Saturday, at
-In New York cotton opened heavy but clos M
steady, with sales of isoo bales at 25Xc.
-Cotton In Liverpool closed steady; uplands
llXd; Orleans ll?d; sales 10,000 bales.
-One hundred German emigrants have arrived
at New Orleans.
-The Mayor of St. Louis claims that the amount
of produce sent from that city to points south of
Cairo ls twice as large as before the war.
-The great "diamond," weighing seven ounces,
lound In New South Walos, turns out to be a piece
-of quartz crystal not remarkably pure, and very
moen water worn.
-After the8w?fete,it is sad, the Sultan will
reopen his quarrel with the Viceroy or Egypt,
and If the latter refuses to accept the Turkish
proposals, he ls to be suspended from his office.
-It is estimated the surplus wheat of Minne?
sota this year will reach fully fifteen million bush?
els? although as yet only a small part of the great
wheat growing plateau of the State ls under culti?
-The Spanish General Valmaseda has ordert d
that his salary be divide! among the poor lu
Santiago, Cuba. Tho misery there, caused by
cholera und smallpox, is reported on the In
-Francis Clare Ford, first secretary of the
British legation In Washington, ls writing a work
on the labor movement in England and the Unl?
oad States, which he ls preparing hy order of Ids
-Discussion of the Bible question in Cincinnati
has led one of the writers for the Cincinnati Com?
mercial to examine the book. After descrlbi.-tg
lt briefly he comes to the conclusion that "indeed
.ne Bible is a good book to read."
-Co-operation In purchases of food has recently
keen tried by tho men employed Sn the Congres
atonal Printing Once in Washington. One hun?
dred barrels of Kentucky white wheat family
flour have been purchased and delivered at $7 50
7, -It is certain that the Northwest Territory ls
to be annexed to the Dominion of Canada on the
f- first of December by royal proclamation. Tue
?300,000 to be paid to the Hudson Bay Company
Ja to be paid over before that time. It will be
raised by a loan in th<? market if possible, bnt
failing In that the Finance Minister has authority
to procure the money In any way so that it may
be handed to the company before thc specified
-John Mitchel and the no less celebrated John
Martin, of Ireland, delivered public addresses in
? Hew York a few evenings since. Mitchel said
Ireland would be freed only by force. Martin 1
4Mld Ireland might be freed without force. The
.crowd Interrupted Martin with dissenting cries;
and when the speeches were ended they passed a
resolution thanking Mitchel lor his speech, and
saying nothing as to Martin's. Marlin lives in
Ireland, and Mitchel in New York.
y' ,:-The London Shipping Gazette, of Friday, dis
?ussLng the practical operation of thc Suez Canal,
^ nays: "Whether the point of difficulty remains
to be overcome here or there before the canal can
fee available for vessels of the largest tonnage ls
merely a question of detail to be settled by the
constructors of the canal. As far as we are con?
cerned we can only point to the fact that thc
French engineers have redeemed their*promise;
Ohe canal ls open, and Is a magnificent success."
-The gentlemen who are managing the pro?
posed World's Exhibition Intended to be held In
Washington City, of which mention has already
keen made, last week made the first effort to1
raise funds for that purpose, and obtained the
following subscriptions: W. W. Corcoran, $20.000;
Matthew Emery, $10,000; Henry I?. Cooke, $20,- '
OOO; Alex. R. Sheppard. $10,000; Archer Potts,
$6000; J. W. Thompson, $500C; Matthew W. Galt,
-?$6000; Phillip Mohan, S50O0: FitzliaghCoyle, $50d?;
Dr. I. D. Gilman, $5000; James O. Davis, $5000;
Wm. B. Todd. $5000; John H. Slrames, $5000;
lohn W. Beetler, $5000; G. W. Metserott, $;ooo:
Oeo. W. Corcoran, $.">000: Metropolitan Rtilroad
Company, $5000; Washington Gaslight Company,
$10,000; Gen. O. O. Howard, $5000; Geo. W. Riggs;
$M00; Sykes & Chadwick, $5?w. Total $160,000.
-A dispatch dated Ismailia, Egypt, Thursday
night, says: "There are forty-seven aea-gouig
ships now at this station, with an average ton?
nage of one thousand tons. The largest vessel of
? the fleet is a.Russian frigate, which draws seven- i
teen feet two Inches of water. All the buildings .
In Ismailia are filled with guests and other vlsi- '
.tors, and the surrounding plains are covered '
with the tents of the native tribes, who ure ussem- 1
bled here In Immense numbers. This afternoon I
the evointlons of thc A: ab horsemen and other i
.native sports on a vast scale were niven. Thc (
Bmpress Eugenie assisted at t!-.e grand ball,
whloh ls In progress to-nigh-. Tho lake In front ;
?of Ismailia is brilliantly illuminated, and thc 1
.scene ls one o ' un versal splendor. M. Lesseps '
?gave a banque' th s evening to the representa?
tives oith . i ham'-ers ?f Commerce, members of
lite press and o hers."
-The "old fag" seems to have caused trouble
at tus Georg a State Fair. A d spaieh from Macon
dated Friday even ng says: "Yesterday Watson,
Assistant Uni'ed States Marshal, addressel a
letter, in the shape or an order to the Executive !
Comm "ce, ins s ng that the national flag should
te hoisted over the air grounds. This demand
?mu ostensibly based on the belief that the fair j
grounds and buildings, being government pro
ertj, should be adorned with the stars ai
stripes. This -caused much excitement, ai
elicited anything but favorable comments. Tl
Executive Committee met that evening at fi<
o'clock to consider the letter, and sat until
o'clock. After this long discussion between tho!
who favored and those who were opposed to cor
plying with the demand, it was finally decided :
write Watson that the committee declined coi
pliance, but as it was government property 1
might order a fing hoisted. Thc Hag was n
Hying this morning. Korney and Cameron ha\
returned home, rumor says disgusted. Bulloc
has also gone to Atlanta. Thc crowd i>egair lea
iug this morning and to-night."
The Labor Question.
There ure plenty of demagogues who cha
ter about the rights of labor and the tyrann
of capital, without any other design tuan 1
escape from labor and to make capital ft
themselves. They have no iuterest in tb
working classes. They are simply strivin?
in the use of clap-trap, to make the hbo
ers of the community subservient to thc
own political a ad social advancement. Sue
is the present policy of the whole Radia
party-from its Alpha to its Omega-froi
Wendell Phillips down to Governor Scol
Mr. Phillips proclaims that the politic:
role of the negro is emlcd. and arges a coi
test of labor against capital. Tho grec
bull-frog of the turbid pond has sounded til
alarm and paddled away to new quarten
and every tadpole of the species is followiu
in ?tis wake.
To this class of politicians the plan fe
reconstructing society is very simple. The
propose "shorter work and higher wages
as tue social panacea. They seem to im
agine that capital is a fund which proprif
tors are selfishly retaining to their own nset
and which the laboring community ma
draw upon without limit. They inveig
against the economic principle which regu
lates thc rate of wages everywhere-the lai
asserted by political scientists, that remune
ration depends upon tho relations of capita
and population, upon the amount of mone;
?..vested iu any kind of industry and tin
amount of profit accruing to it, on the om
hand; and on the other, upon the amour
and quality of labor seeking employment ii
that special business. These schemers hav<
been busily engaged, not only during th?
.war, but ever since the war, in confiscating
the capital and taking the profits from whicl
wages are derived ; and now they denounc?
the employer, as if he, not they, were re
sponsible for the privations of the workine
classes ! Such is the policy by which tht
basest of all the political parties that have
ever ruled this country seeks to win a new
lease of power. Whatever may be the suc?
cess of the project, its impudence is sublime.
The working classes will not need t.ny
great amount of acumen and reflection to
lind where the true difficulty lies,-we refer
to the intelligent among the working clashes.
Of course, when Pompey Ducklegs, who
blacks boots, is told that he ought to have-a
dollar a pair for his work, and that he shall
hare his rights, if he will vote for Morphine
Jawbreak, Esq., aa general Inspecter of
Boots, (with a salary of $1500 a year,) the
"swart artisan" will enter iuto any sort of
ituion, and cast any sort of vote that may
be required. He will not reflect that, at this
rate, people may prefer to eschew blacking,
or to polish their own boots. But, even in
this event, his advisor will claim the honor
and the office-of a friend of the workiug
The thoughtful operative knows very well
?hat higher wages augment tho expenses of
production, and that, when pushed beyond
a certain point of expenditure, the capitalist
can derive no profit from his investment, but
must divert it to some other business. If
the latter had the monopoly of the market,
he could save himself by raising the price
of his offices, or his goods. Unfortunately
this is not Hie case with U3. We have lost
514,000,000 of thccapital controlled by the
city before the war-a loss to evory. class in
the community. While Savannah to the
South, and Wilmington and Norfolk to thc
North, have reticwcd their ancient rivalry
with us, \~e hare not yet wholly recovered
from the desolation:) of thc blockade, the groat
lire, the bombardment; fruin the ravages
of cotton agents and Federal generals and
bureau agents; from tba incubus of Sickles
and Canby and Scott ; from tho visitations
of droughts and demagogues, of caterpillars
and carpet-baggers. And now the insatiate
leeches who are draining the iifo-blood of
the community; who with every new inci?
sion have renewed the cry, "Give, give;" who
have never said and who never will say, "It
is enough:" who will never let go until they
draw into their pestilent carcasses the whole
substance of the State of South Carolina
these monsters are striving to infuriate the
poverty which they themselves have created
against the property which they failed to
We honestly and earnestly feel that we are
acting for the best, interests of the working
classes, when we urge them hot to press the
employers and capitalists of Charleston.
The men upon whom the interests of all de?
pend are just getting upon their feeL Their
prosperity is the prosperity of all. They
arc striving to secure what will benefit all
tho concentration of thc products of the State
in the City of Charleston-the planting of a
forest of masts in the harbor ot Charleston
the construction of all the agricultural and
mechanical implements wo ucc-i ia the
workshops and foundries of Charleston.
With tue sentiment of that noble appeal
urged by the Hon. W. S. llcr.ercy, and pub?
lished iii our issue of Thursday last, wc en?
tirely agree. Lot our people stiil display
thnt self-forgetful fortitude which distin?
guished them during the whole war. LrL
them, as they then did, sacrifice present ad?
vantage to the hope o" future good-a hope
which in this instance caunot deceive; for
the restoration of business to tho city wiil
promote the interest of every citizen. AU
of us are friend:*-wc have lived together,
labored together, Bolfered together, fought
together, and thc blood of our children as
they died has flowed together. And non
oar duty is to stand thoulder to Shoulder
against the Radicalism thr.t has grown fat
upon our calamities, and socks lo win a now
victory by arming us against each other.
We were trained by the same institutions;
we are allied by the same experiences; we
havo drawn the milk of life from tho breast
or a common mother. Let us resolve
rather to die than prove false to our lineage,
to our history to our blood. There can be
no emergency so extreme as to require that
either the employer or the employed should
betray the honor of South Carolina.
A Radical paper bas pointed out the case
of thc Charleston coopers as an illustration
of the justiceand distressing need of an ad?
vance of wages in this city. It says that
(1) few coopers can caro ten dollars a week,
many cara only six or seven dollars, and
some, to do even this, must work from four
in the morning until lute in thc evening
that (2) before the war SO cents was paid
for making tierces, while (.'5) only X> nr :J5
cents is paid now; that (l) the necessaries
of life cost half as much again as they did
in 16G0, while the wages of the coopers
have been reduced 25 per cent ; that (5)
thc employers sell thc tierces at $1 50,
making ii clear prolix of 65 cents a tierce.
This, we are told, ?3 "extortionate and out
"rageous," and if there was a single gleam
of light in all this Radical darkness we
might believe that the coopers-contrary to
their own declarations-are an ill-used and
injured class. As usual, however, the
Radical sheet is either grossly ignorant or
1. The coopers now at work in this city
earn from nine to ftre're dollars a week,
working only live days in IL? week. Two
dollars a working day is what they actually
2. Before the war there wore no free coop?
ers in this city. Thc coopers wore slaves,
their task was four tierces a day, and they
were paid twenty-five cents for every tierce
made by them over and above their task.
3. The price now paid is 37| cents a tierce;
and tho heads are furnished them cut to the
circle, which, thc men say, is equal to an
allowance of 12? cents a tiorce. Before the
war the price was 25 cents, ami the coopers
cut out the heads; so thal the price now
paid is at least double what was paid in 1360.
4. The necessaries of life do cost more
than in 1860, but the wages are twice as
much as they were before the war. Can
any other of our Charleston mechanics say
more, or as much ?
5. The employers make no profit on the
sale of the tierces, and some of them, at
least, are ready now to make contracts with
responsible persons for the delivery of as
many tierces as they require at $1 40 a
tierce-ten cents being allowed to cover
Idling and handling.
There is, therefore, not an atora of truth
in thc five main propositions laid down by
the Radical ranter; not oie true word from
beginning to end I
The same sheet says that when a Coopers
Union was talked of, the mill managers
"began their proscription at once, and uo
"titiod the mon that ir they attended any
'.meeting, or had anything to do with the
"Union, they would bc promptly discharged."
This statement Ls-wc are compelled to put
it in plain English-wilfully and maliciously
false. Ko such notification has been given by
thc employers, nor has anything been said to
them in regard to forming a Union. The
coopers themselves are cheerful and con?
tented, and. of their own accord, told the
writer on Saturday last, that they were
"mighty happy, ami had no complaint to
"make of their manner of treatment, the
"character of their wo*\; or the amount of
TUHRB are in Orangeburg, according to the
census |ust completed, 182N whites and 3037
colored voters; total 4S65. And yet in March,
18C8. there were, under militar}- orders, 5025
qualified voters ia the county; and, at the
Presidential election last year, 5056 votes were
polied. There has been some fraudulent vot?
ing In Orangebunr.
Te? census of Orangeburg Connty, Just
completed, shows the following population:
Whites ?715; colored lH,0r?G; total 26,841. In
1860, thc population was: Whites 810S; colored
16,788; total 24,8%. Durimr the nine years,
there has been a gain of 6:?" whites and 1208
blacks. Total ?rain 1M6.
WK have received from the Leonard Scott
Puplishing Company thc American edition of
the Edinburgh Review, for October, and of
Iilack?DOO'?. for October. Tho October number
of thc Lonion Quarterly luis not readied us.
Mr. John Russell ls thc agent for these re?
? ?. <a>--?
TUB December number of tin' Galaxy i?
fresh, bright and Interesting, ('naries Reade's
"Put Yourself in Iiis Place"and Mrs. Edwards'
"Su?an Fielding''are continued, arid 1 ?lore is,
besides, a mass of miscellaneous matter.
REAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY of any kind may bc advertised for
filia in this column, ut thc rate of - j cents for
i won ty words <>r less, each insertion, li paid In
HORSES AND MULES. - THE SUB?
SCRIBER has and will keep on hand n con?
stant supply or MPLBS AND HORSES at his
Stables, tineen street, between Friend ami Ma
lycfc P. WEST.
FOR SALE, A FEW SADDLE AND
DRAFT H<)R?KS; also a tine MILCH COW.
with a young cair live days old. Apply at No. 52
State street," novio fru2*
FOR SALE, A THOROUGHBRED
SETT KR, nineteen months old. Apply at
No. OS Meeting street, next to Mills House.
PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT A
CREAT BARGAIN.-One small Cylinder TAY?
LOR PRESS in complete repair, lt has been but
little used, and ls sold simply because the present
owner has no use tor lt. Thc size or thc bed or
the Press is forty-four by fifty-eight inches. Said
Press will be sold at a great bargain If applied ror
at once, as the room it occupies is wanted ror
oilier porouscs. Addresss Vox No. 37;>5 New Y'ork
l'os ;o mee. sept 20
_ go Bent._
HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
Ac, now vacant, can readily be rented by
advertising them in this commit. The raie is 25
cents for twenty words er less, each inscriiou, ir
i nid hi advance.
FURNISHED ROOMS IO LET BY TILE
month, week or night. Terms moderate.
Applv at No. -ii> Res'ifain street. novm o
rpo RENT, FRO:: FIRST JANUARY
JL next, thc LOWER STORY or thc spacious
Store, No. HT Sleeting street, opposite thc Charles?
ton Hotel, now occupied by the Southern Express
Company. For terms apply ut No. 141 Mi.eting
street, up str.irs. nov22 mw?
mo RUNT, PART OP A HOUSE SIT
JL HATED In thc central part of the city. Ap?
ply at this olUcc. nevis 4*
rnO RENT, A FINE STORE WITH FIX
JL TURES for a grocery and bar-room, corner
longitude l<ancand East Bay. To au approved
tenant rent will be $io per month. Also, six
large square Rooms, with lire places, back piazzas
and cistern water on every story. The rooms
? ii! bc- rented singly ii" preferred. Inquire of Mr.
ROSE, on thc premises. QCtlS
ROOMS TO RENT.-THREE UNFUR?
NISHED rooms in a residence pleasantly
situated in thc western part or the city. Terms
moderate. For further particulars, apply at No.
ll Doughty sired. octM
LAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their reshlsnecs promptly and al
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, P.arber,
aprlll4 No. Jl liruad street, (up stairs.)
WANTS OF ALL KINDS CAN BE
made known to everybody In this column
at the rate or 25 cents for twenty words or less,
each Insertion, If paid In advance. _
WANTED. A COPY OF THE "CARO?
LINA HOUSEWIFE." Address " R," at
thtoolBce, Muting price. nov22
NU R S E WANTED.- A COMPETENT
woman to mind voung children. Also, a
woman to cook and wash. Apply Immediately,
with recommendations, at No. 147 Calhoun street,
second door from St. Philip street. novij -j*
WANTED7ANUR.SE TO MINI; CHIL?
DREN. None uuder 40 need apply to No.
2s Reid afreet. nov2o
TT7ANTED, A WHITE COOK, TO GO
VV into thc country. Applv at once at Room
No. 50, Pavilion Rotel. nov2Q 4
WANTED, A PARTNER WITH A
capital oirrom $3000to $5000, to embark in
a business (in a healthy ami thriving location) in
the country. To any one desiring to livest, the
undersigned can oirer very strong inducements.
Address MERCHANT, cure S. W. Fisher, Secre?
tary and Treasurer Savannah and Charleston
Railroad, office Savannah and Charleston Rail?
road, Charleston. S. C. novl9 3_
WANTED TO HIRE, A WHITE WO?
MAN to Cook and Wash for a small fami?
ly; must also understand milking cows: fair
w::ies will be Riven to one who will suit. Apply
immediately at No. 4S Cannon street. novio
WANT?rT-ATO??G MARRIED MAN,
28 years old, would like to take charge of
a large Oiton Plantation, in thc state or South
Carolina. Any one in want or a pood, faithful
Overseer, will do wen to address the undersigned.
Can ?rive the best of references. Good steady
habits, and not troubled with politics. Address,
fer two months, p. W. EDWARDS. Portland,
Maine. novie imo*
TTfANTEDTX??TUATION AS CLERK,
VV 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 Hist.. The applicant ls a graduate of
the South Carolina Medical College. Address M.
D., through the PoStOtllce. _ oct'.i
TTTTANTEDTAII O U S E , NEAR TUE
V V central part or the city, containintr ?Ive or
six rooms, with good outbuildings and water.
Address 1), at Hus Oillcc._sept2S
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
sell the American KNITTING MACHINE,
the only practical Family Knitting Machine ever
invented. Price $25. Will knit 20,000 stitches
per minute. Address Amorican Knitting Machiue
Company. Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
WANT?DT?VERYBODY TO KNOW
that JOB PRINTING or all kinds, plain
and ornamenta!, is executed promptly in thc
neatest stvle and at the lowest New York prices,
at THE NEWS Job Office, No. 149 EAST BAY. Call
and examine the scale of prices before giving your
and Fifty Dollars per month, to sell the
only Genulue Improved Common Sense Family
SEWING MACHINE. Price only $18. Great in?
ducements to Agents. This ls the most popular
Sowine Machine of the day-makes thc famous
..Elastic Lock Stitch"-will do any kind of work
that can bc done on nny machine. One hundred
thousand sold and the demand constantly In?
creasing. Now is the time to take an agency.
Send ror Circulars, as- Beware or Inrrlngers.-^a
Address SECOMB A CO., Boston, Mass.; Pitts?
burg, Pa., 6r st. Louis. Mo. OCtSQ Sm OS
?anb for Sale.
LAND FOR SALE IN WILLIAMSBURG
COUNTY. S. C.-Thc valuable PLANTATION
ot thc late John ?. Pressley, containing about uooo
acres.sltuntcd In the Indiautown neighborhood, i in?
mediately on the Georgotown railroad,and in seven
miles of water communication. There arc near
live hundred acres Inclosed and under cultiva?
tion. The balance of thc Land ls heavily timbered
and well adapted to turpentine. The pince offers
line facilities for stock raising, as the pasture ia
abundant bot* winter and summer. The dwell?
ing ls painted. In complete order, contains nine
commodious rooms and extensive phinzas. All
outbuildings neceHsary for u cotton rarm, In good
repair, and comfortable quarters ror twenty la?
borers. This valuable place will be sold cheap ir
disposed or berore the 20th December. Parties
desiring to purchase will apply to me in person at
Indiautown, or by mall, Kiugstree, S. C.
novio D124C6 Agent ror Executors.
(\fiCi ACRES.-TO CAPITALISTS.
\J\'v/ At private sale or far lease, a One
PLANTATION in Orangeburg District, farming a
part or thc estate ot the late Colonel Kelti, con?
sisting ot ubout ooo aerea; 350 or it cleared. It ls
watered by 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 thc year. Splendid range ror
cattle; thc neighborhood attractive-the adjoin?
ing plantations owned by gentlemen who reside
there aud secure good order. Thc buildings were
burned,but lumber mills being near.thcy could be
replaced cheaply. A largo State road connects it
with LewlsvlUe. Sonth Carolina Railroad, six
miles distant. The above is a splendid chance
for those desiring to form a beautiful rarm In a
pleasant, healthy section. In 1806 these lands
were returned at $20 per acre. Will be sold at
hair that price. For terms apply to Mrs. LAU?
RENCE KElTT, Society Hill, S. C.
RK KKK KN CES.-Major T. B. Whaley, J. C. Keltt,
Esq., orangeburg: H. W. Pero ne au, Esq., wil?
liam Middleton, Esq.,Charleston
o.-t tl mwCuosDM
1 fi AAA ? C R E S IN WILLIAMS
JLU.UUU BURG CO'.'XTY-IOO acres of
which ure cleared and 75 acres now under culti?
vation in com, cotton and rice. The tract Ls
heavily timbered with pine, oak, cypress and
hickory, and contains a dwelling aud outbuild?
ings, witl nftocn cabins Tor laborers; also one
good mill sile. Avenge production or the lund
len to fifteen bushels of corn and fifteen to twen?
ty-five bushels nf rice to the acre, without lcrti'i
zers. The region abounds in marl deposits.
Georgetown Is thc nearest market, the place being
fonr miles from Black Mingo Creek and twonty.
live mile, from Georgetown Creek, which Ls navi?
gable at all Bcasoux.
Price ol the tract 115,000; one half cash, thc
balance in one and two years, secured by bond
and mortgage. Any smaller number of aeres
will bc seid ai a mod?rate advance on this rate.
Parlies desiring to inspect tho tract can do so by
leaving the Northeastern Railroad at Ringstrt-c,
and Inquiring thc way to my place, twenty-three
miles distant. Tile tract lies within one mile of
the projected Georgetown Railroad. Address
.'AS. F. CARRAWAY, Survivor of Perkins A Car?
raway, Georgetown Pos ionice, s. c. .
sept?o mwf?mos? PAO
O i AA ACRES "TO LEASE FOR A
?-?\J\J TERM OP YEARS.-The large and
beautirnl PLANTATION, known as Keitt Place,
consisting or 2400 acres, 1100 cleared. Soil rich
and clay abounding In deposits or marl. 700 acres
of splendid cotton laud; 100 acres of it will make
a ban to the acre: location perfectly healthy all
thc year; tour und a hair miles rrom Lewisvillc,
South Carolina Railroad; well settled; has been in
constant cultivation since thc war; has all neces?
sary buildings; small dwelling barns, stables,
glnhonse. screw, laborers' houses. Lyon's Creek
runs through thc estate and furnishes one o? the
best sites Tor a factory in thc State.
Will be sold with the lease, the following: 8 line
yoting MULES, a largo lot or improved imple?
ments, Brluly Ploughs, New Gin, Dickson Cotton
Seed, enough to plant thc entire crop: 2000
bushels or Cotton Seed rorflrtilizing; 300 bushels of
corn. All will be sold on thc place, low for cash.
Parties desiring to lease are requested to Inspect
thc growing crop of cotton, which will give entire
satisfaction. For terms, apply to MRS. LAW?
RENCE KEITT, St. Matthew's P. O., Orangeburg
District, S. C.
REFERENCES.-Major T. H. Whnlcy, J. C. Keitt,
Esq., Orangeburg; H. w. Peronneau, Esq., wu
liam Middleton, Esq., Charleston.
]FLORIDA LAND FOR SALE. - A I
? valuable PLANTATION of fi SO acres In Ma
rion County, Florida, ls odored at private sale,
about otic "half cleared and under cultivation;
part best*hammock. This Plantation is one or
thc most desirablo in the State; ls very prod ne?
uve ror Cotton. Rice. Com. Sugar, Vegetables,
Ac: also tine for Oranges and other Fruits; is
localed in ono ot the healthiest and mo.-; plea?
sant neighborhoods lu the state, heir,' conveni?
ent to railroads, churches, Ac. Apply to A. U.
MULLIGAN, Cotton Factor, Accommod?t lon
Wharf, Charleston, s. C. nov 12
tos\ uni) io uno.
LOST AND FOUND AGAIN.-IF YOU
have lost anything, make it known to thc
pu'.'iie through this column. The rate for twenty
words or less, each Insertion, is ss cents, a paid
in advance. _
LOST. ON' VANDKRUORST OR RUT?
LEDGE STREET, a Lady's Enamelled Cold
Watch and Chain. Thc Under will please leave lt
at Ko. 6 Rutledge street, and a .suitable reward
will be given. novis
FOUND, ON SATURDAY NIGHT, IN
Mewing street, a gold watch and chain. The
owners 11 obtain tho hame by paying expenses
ami app.ying at TUB NKWS office. novio
Gabbles aub ^arness.
g A D DLE ll Y W A ll 32 II 0 U S E.
W I L L r A M II A R R A J, & CO.,
No. in HAXKE STBKKT.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
SADDLES, BRIDLES, 11 ARNES:-, COLLARS,
COACH AND HARNESS MATERIALS, Ac.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 9, A. F. M.
Thc Regular Communication of this Lodge
will be held THIS EVKNINO. at Masonic Hall, at 7
o'clock. Candidates Tor P. C. and M. M. Degrees
will bc punctual.
Ry order of W. M. .1. If. LOEB,
MASONIC F ADI ASSOCIATION. -THE
Committee on Accounts will meet at Hi?
bernian Hail, lower room, To-Monuow EVKNINO,
.jad instant, at fl 1'. M., to close up the accounts
of the Fair. All persons having claims against
Thc Association will present thom at that time
properly cert hied, and ali engaged in the Fair
are requested there to render in their accounts.
Ry ord-.-. R. E. BROWN, Secretary.?!
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION.-Thc Quar?
terly Meeting or the Association will be held Tins
KvKNrNO, In Masonic Hall, at 7 o'clock. Members
will please come prepared to pay arrears.
.1. L. HONOUR,
nov22 Secretary and Treasurer.
WASHINGTON ARTILLERY FR1END
LY SOCIETY.-Thc regular Monthly Meet?
ing of the Society will be held Tins EVENI.NO, at
half-past 7 o'clock, at the Hall south corner of
Liberty and King streets.
Dy order. PETER FALLON,
nov22 Secretary and Treasurer.
ST. CECILIA SOCIETY.-THE ANNI?
VERSARY Meeting of this Society will be
held, at the Hall of the South Carolina Society.
Tins EVKNINO, at 3 o'clock.
II. P1NCKNEY LOWNDES,
HOPE FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.-AN
Extra Meeting ol' y<mr Company will be
held at the Hall Tn ts (Monday) EVKNINO, 22d in?
stant, at half-past 7 o'cloek.
Ry order. JNO. E. BURNS,
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COM FA -
NY.-The Regular Monthly Meeting or the
Company will be held Tins EVKNINO, at the Hull
or Charleston Hook and Ladder. No. 2, al
o'clock precisely. Members are requested tv. be
punctual lu attendance. Ry order.
_n_OV22_WM. (?. MILLEU. Secret a rv.
ASHLEY FIRE ENGINE COMPAN ?, No.
9.-You are hereby summoned to attend an
Extra Meeting Tins EVENINO, 23d matant, at thc
Engine House. Columbus street, at 7 o'clock. The
attendance ofevcrv member is requested.
Ry order. IL HOLDEN P1CKINPACK,
nov22 *_ Secretary.
STEVEDORES' PROTECTIVE UNION.
Members and candidates for membership
are hereby respectfully Invited to attend a Special
Meeting of this Association Tins EVENINO. at 7::>o
P. M., at the Hall of Hook and Ladder Company,
No. 1, Queen street.
Ry order. HENRY MAY,
BANK OF CHARLESTON, CHARLES?
TON, NOVEMBER 18, 1869.-A Meeting
of the Stockholders of this Bank will be held
on TUESDAY next, the 2Cd Instant, at 12 o'clock
M.. in tuc Hall, upper part of Rank Building.
The Reports of thc President and Board or Direc?
tors on thc condition and affairs or the Rank, will
be submitted for considera; nm.
novl8 5 Cashier.
NOTICE.-PURSUANT TO THE RESO?
LUTION adopted by the Board or Directors,
a meeting or the Stockholders or thc Peoples'
Hank ol South Caroluia will bc held at No. 10 Broad
street, charleston, on MONDAY, the 2!>th day of No
vembercurrent, at ll o'clock A.M.,to take into con?
sideration thc provisions of the Act of Assembly,
approved March 13th, 1869, entitled "An act to
enable thc Banks of the State to renew business or
to plaoc them In liquidation,'' and to determine
tile ruture policy or thc Bank.
By order or the Board.
novis io H. C.. LOPER, Cashier.
EDissolntions of (?aportnersliip.
THE FIRM OF DAVID LOPEZ &, SONS
ls this day dissolved by mutual consent,
and a new firm, consisting of DAVID LOPEZ and
M. E. LOPE'/, under thc name and style or DAVID
LOPEZ A SON, has been formed; which firm ls
authorized to settle the afTalrs of the obi concern.
JOHN IL LOPEZ.
M. E. LOPEZ.
Having withdrawn rrom the concern or DAVID
LOPEZ A SONS, I will conduct the business or
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER on my own account,
and can be round at No. 192 Queen street.
nov22 1* JOHN H. LOPEZ.
Stones, flanges, &"c.
TOVES AT WHOLESALE.
THE UNDERSIGNED, SUCCESSORS OF HOR?
TON i- 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 THE CUSTOMERS OF THE OLD HOUSE
WITH THE MOST APPROVED DESCRIPTIONS
OF COOKING STOVES, RANCES AND HEATING
STOVES AT A CLOSE APPROXIMATION TO
THE COOKING STOVES AND RANGES ARE
SOLD WITH OR WITHOUT FURNITURE-SOME
OF THEM ARE DESIGNED TO .OPERATE WITH?
OUT THE AID OF CHIMNEYS IF NF.CESSARY'
AND ALL ARK GUARANTEED TO BAKE PROP
CRLY, IF SET UP AS DIRECTED.
THE RANGES ARE UNUSUALLY LOW IN
PRICE-HAVE 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
TIGHTS, SIX-rLATE OR BOX STOVES, Ac.
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES AND PRICES
WILL BE FURNISHED UrON APPLICATION.
WM. SHEPHERD A CO.,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET,
_CHARLESTON S. C.,_
WM. SHEPHERD ACO.,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET.
WM. SHEPHERD A CO.,
_ No. 21 HAYNE S'ntEET._
JIRE?CH RET I NN ED IRON - WARE
M . S ll E P H E R D &. CO.,
_No. 84 HAYNE STREET.
ELL E V I L L E CO P P E R
ROLLIN G MILLS.
AGENTS IN CHARLESTON:
W M. SHEP II EUI) & CO.,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET.
?jurorrare, (Statler?), ?c.
milE WATT PLOUGH AGAIN TRI
UM PII A NT.
In ivrPli'lon to numerous premiums, a SILVER
MEDALhasrjust bern awarded to it at there
cent Stale I'air, In Columbia, S. C., as thc best
TURNING PLOUGH ON THE GROUND.
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.
For hale at Factory prices, freight added, by
J. E. ADOER A CO., Agenr;\
No. 62 East Bay, Charleston, S 0.
SI-SIGMA - p Ul.
Tlie Anniversary of the CnRESTOMATniO SO
SIETY of Charleston Colk ,e will be celebrated
To-NjonT, the 22(1 instant, in the College Chapel.
The order of exercises for thc evening will he as
1st. Prayer by Rev. A. T. PORTER.
2d. Anniversary Oration, by Mr. T. HAMLIN
STROHECKER. SUBJECT-" Improvement of the
3d. Anniversary Lecture, by President N. R.
MIDDLETON, LL. 1). SUBJECT-11 Thc Social Prob?
The public are invited to attend. Exercises will
commence at 7J? o'clock.
COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS.
I CERNIAN II A LL.
" THE TROUPE OK THE UNITERSE. "
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
THIS EVENING, NOVEMBER 22.
First appearance in ten years or the old and well
known established Troupe of twenty years'
RUMSEY A KEWCOMB'S,
NEW COMB'S MINSTRELS,
THE CZ A KS OF MIN.STKE1.SY.
A combination embodying much that is truly
great, artistic and Incomparably excellent in the
world ol Minstrel Art, Talent, Genius; chosen
from the very Iront ranks or thc protession, with
that nicety of artistic perception and superior
judgment ol what is decidedly acceptable to thc
amusement seeking public, which onlv years ot*
professional experience can give. Such experi?
ence has been that of the veteran Comedian and
W. W. NEWCOMB,
and most snccessrul caterer to the rastidlous taste
or a relined, intellectual, appreciative public ror
THIS MATCHLESS ORGANIZATION
Will appear nightly in their
NEW AND SENSATIONAL PROGRAMME.
firs-Doors open at 7 o'clock, commencing at 8
Notices in jBonkrnptcrj.
IN BANKRUPTCY.-IN THE DISTRICT
COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-Ex parte WM.
T. SHUMATK and A. ULYTIIE, As-slKiieea, in re
JOHN W. GRADY, Bankrupt.-Petition to sell
Real Estate, uninenmbered, call In Lien Creditors,
Ac-Notice ls hereby given to alt Ot- dltors howl?
ing Liens against thc Estate of JOHN W. GRADY,
that they are required to establish the same be?
fore W. J. CLAWSON, Esq , Registrar, at Yorkville,
S. C., within forty days rrom the date hereof, or
bc barred from all beneilts of the decree ror dis?
tribution to be made in this case.
By order or Hon. GEO. S. BU VAN, Judge or said
Court. W. T. SHDMATB, I A88iirneoa
A. H LYTHE, ( .ass?nec3
Greenville. S. C., September 15,1800.
O THE LAWYERS.
Just published and ror sale, thc 15th Volume or
RICHARDSON'S LAW REPORTS, $6, and the 14th
Volume ot Richardson's Equity Reports, $?. by
BRYAN A McCARTER,
Columbia, S. C.
Who have a large assortment of Law Books,
Law Blanks and Statloucry constantly on hand.
USSELL'S BOOK STORE.
LOUDON'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF AGRICUL?
TURE, Illustrated by over 1200 Engravings, 111.
London's Encyclopaedia of Gardening, $11. How
Crops Grow; a Treatise on the Chemical Compo?
sition, Structure and Life or thc 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 ol their Construction and Use, with sim?
ple and practical explanations or the Laws or |
Motion and Force as applied on thc Farm, by
John J. Thomas, with 287 Illustrations, $1 60.
Gardening for Broil t; a Guide to the successful
Cultivation of the Market and Family Garden, by
Peter Henderson, finely Illustrated, $1 60. New
American Farm Book, by Richard L. Allen, re?
vised and greatly enlarged, $2 60. Gardening
lor thc South, or "How to Grow Vegetables and
Fruits, by th . late William N. White, or Athens,
Ga., With additions hy Mr. J. Van Buren aud
Dr. James Camak, Illustrated, $2. Soul...-ni
Farmer and Market Gardener, being a compila?
tion of useful articles, from the most approved
writers, by Francis S. Holmes, new Edition, ?1
50. High' Farming without Manure; Six Lee*
lures on Agriculture, delivered at the Experi?
mental Farm at Vincennes, by George Ville, r>o
cents. American Fruit Culiurist, containing
practical directions for the Propagation and Cul?
ture ol'Fruit Trees, Ac, by john j. Tilomas, $2
5o. Practical Floriculture; a Guide to the suc
eessiid Propagation and Cultivation ot Florists'
Plants, $160. Pear Culture for Profit, by P. T.
quinn. Illustrated, $1. The Practicil Poultry
Keeper; a Complete and Standard Guide to the
Management of Poultry, whether for domestic
use, the markets or exhibition, $2.
NIEMEYER: a Test Itook ot Practical Medicine,
with particular reference to Physiology and Pa?
thology, by Dr. Felix Niemeyer, translated rrom
the 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 Parametritis, $2 50.
John Eric Ericlisen: the Science and Art or Sur?
gery, Illustrated with 630 Engravings, with ad?
ditions by John Ashhurst, Jr., A. M., M. D., $7 50.
Pavy: a Treatise on thc Function or Digestion,
its Disorders and their Treatment, by F. W. Pavy,
M. D., F. R. S. Garretson: Diseases ami Sur?
gery ol the Mouth, Jaws and Associated Parts,
by J. E. Garretson, M. D., Illustrated, ?6 60,
Heath: Injuries and Diseases or thc Jaws, the
Jacksonian Prise Essuy or the Royal College or j
Surgeons, 1867, $0._novo
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i? reat. Expectations, 1*4 pages, soc.; sketches, HM
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smt by mall posieni''. 1?
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
nevS No. 161 King st., Charles toa, S. C.
?roccries, ?iqnors, &z.
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED TO CAMPSEN
MILLS FLOUR, AT COLUMBIA
STATE FAIR, 1839.
WE OFFKR FOR SALB:
KO sacks Choice Family FLOUR 1 ""_"."" ",".
500 sacks Extra Flour j Campeen Mills.
500 bbls. Northern FLOUR-all grades
500 bbls. Northern Choice Bakers' Flour.
CORN I OATS I
5000 bushels Prime White and Western Mixed
2000 bushels Prime Black Seed and White Oats.
For sale by JNO. CAMPSEN A CO,
?10W AND FOWL FEED.
10,000 lbs. MILL PS BO or SHORTS, which coa
snmers pronounce to be far superior to Rice
Flour, and a good Substitute for Cow Peas, at $2
per 100 lbs.
200 bushels Wheat Screenings, an excellent
Fowl Feed. For sale at 25c per bushel.
JOHN CAMPSEN A CO.
jyj-OL ASSES! MOLASSES!
150 hhds. SWEET CUBA MOLASSES
38 hhds. Bright Muscovado Molasses
50 hhds. Choice Muscovado Molasses.
Just arrived and for sale by
W. P HALL,
novio fmw4 Brown A v. , Wharf.
Q. U N N Y CLOTH.
loo hales, extra weight, in store, and formale
low in lots to suit purchasers, hy
E. LAFITTE A CO., No. 20 Broad street.
E. PYASS' LONDON PORTER
TO AKi: IVS FER BRITISH STHAMS?. ll A Bli OR A,
so casks R. B. Byass' London PARTER, pints.
20 casks R. U. Byass' London Porter, quarts.
- casks J. A R. Tennent's D. S. Ale, pints and
- casks J. & R. Tennent's E. L Ale, pints and
- casks Yonngcr's E. I. Ale, pint?, glass.
- casks Bass' Ale, bints and quarts.
For sale by JAS. BANCROFT, JR.,
novl8 thmw3_Nc. 106 East Bay.
Q.UNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH I
On the spot and to arlve. For sale by
oct7 thm_CEO. A. TRENHOLM A SON.
10 hhds. Choice Western Dry Salted SHOULD?
ERS. For sale by HENRY COBLA A CO.
RUIT! FRUIT! FRUIT!
Landing this day from Schooner W. II. Steele,
direct from Baracoa,
800 bunches BANANAS
17,000 half husked Cocoanut*
2,000 Sweet Oranges.
100 bbls. PRIME APPLES
10,000 Florida and Eleuthera Oranges.
MALAGA GRAPES, new crop Figs, Dates, Rai?
sins, Currants, and a full assortment of Nuts,
Canned Goods, and Keller's Package Candles.
For sale by PAUL, WELCH A BRANDES,
novio 2_No. 251 East Bay,
QHOICE TWELVE YEARS OLD
For sale by . JOHN B. TOGNI,
novl8 8 No. 126 Meeting street.
JT^IQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, ?c.
Just received, a fresh supply of Pine LIQUORS,
HAVANA CIGARS, Smoking and Chewing Tobac?
co, Pipes, Choice Fruits, Ac, Ac
For sale by JOHN B. TOGNI,
nov!8 a_No. 125 Meeting street.
"DURE SHERRY WINE.
Just received 30 casks of SHERRY WINE
prices $3, $4, $5, $6, $8, $12per gallon; to bottles,
from |l to $2 50.
PIPER & CO. nEIDSIECK
Ve Clicquot Ponsardin
AU of direct importation.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 King street,
Branch of No. 900 Broadway, New York.
Russ' St. Domingo Bitters
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
novl3 6 No. 275 Kto.; street.
eooo sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, direct from Liv?
erpool-large and full s:?cks.
For sale at lowest mr.ikot prices, by
OC126 T. J. KERR A CO.
CURES FEVER AND AGUE.
THE FINEST TONIC IN THE WORLD.
JO"Fur sale by all Druggists.
0. J. L?HN, Agent,
Corner King aud John street,
septl7 .inios Charleston. S. C.
ULOMO N'S BITTERS
ARE FOR SALE BY
Drs. RAOUL & LYNAH,
At Wholesale and Retail,
CORNER KING AND MARKET STREETS,
Cumber, iFnel, &t.
QOAL ! COAL! COAL!
300 tons Red Ash Egg COAL landing from Brig
Gambia, and for sale by
H. F. BAKER A CO.,
nov22 No. 20 Cumberland street. ^
d'?!)! W 0 0~D~!~vV O 0*D!
Wanted to purchase One Hundred (100) Cords of
Oak and Y'ellow Pin<\ Applv to
JAMES C. j'RRVEY'S Wood Yard,
No. 10 Gadsden street,
novio 3* Between Montague anil Bull streets. ,
H/0,600 Cypress SHINGLES to arrive. Por sale
low, and will be landed at anv point In the harbor.
Apply to JOHN TIENCKBN,
novtl ihsm8* Market street.
gO LOM ON '3 BITTERS
ACCOMPLISH ALL THEY PROMISE
For ?&\6 at
septH :;moj_RAOUL A LYNAH'S.
Y) 0 YOU WISH
IO PREVENT YOUR
CHILL AND FEVER?
senil7 ?mos USK SOLOMONS' BITTERS.
^jy ILLIAM M. LAWTON
FACTOR ANO COMMISSION MERCJBAN?,
No. 10 Borer.* WHAST.
Extra Heavy Sea Island BAGGING AND TWTN1
for sale Advances made on Pr jduoe la hand.