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NEWS OF THE HAY.
-Gold closed in New York yesterday weak
"-v ; -Cotton closed in New York yesterday inactive
Iand He lower, with sales of 1500 bales at 26c
-In Liverpool cotton closed Arm; uplands ll S
all Sid; Orleans 12al2#d.
-The English government, it ls said, intends
sending reinforcements to Ireland. "
-The managers of the Pacific Railroad are pre?
paring fuel and provision cars to run with every
train daring the wm ter, so that in case a train
gets snowed in the passengers will not freeze or
starve to death.
-One hundred and ten Mormon preachers and
, elders, in obedience to Brigham Young's orders,
y have arrived at Omaha, and separated on a mis?
sion of two years* duration, some going south
?nd others crt
-The convicts of the Southern prison, In Indi?
ana, have been living on wheat bread mr the past
month; something unusual. They generally eat
. corn bread three inches and a half thick, but
If wheat is now cheaper than corn.
I -Two thousand Jews have been removed from
the Bessarabian frontier to the Ulterior of Russia,
later/, m accordance with the requirements of an
old law, limiting the residence of that sect, but
the Czar, lt is said, will disapprove of this and
-The London Tunes views the election of
Rochefort to the French Chambers as the last Im- ,
potent protest of an angry populace. The gam?
ins, lt says, have sent one of themselves to the
Chambers, but this does not prove that France
is ripe for a gamin government
-The prise fighter Tom Allen responds to Mike
McOoole'ft challenge hy saying he has already .,
whipped him twice and been cheated out of the I.
money, but will try him again for 1600 or $1000 '
aside within ten days. If this is not accepted, he
?offers to fight any mau tn the United Sutes or
-The seoeders from the Republican State Con- j ?
ventlon at Richmond oom prise about one-half the
original body. They disclaim any idea of form?
ing a new party, and announce lt as their desire
to'reorganlse the one now existing. They oppose l
proscription and reckless denunciation of the ,
people of the State as obsolete ideas. ,
-The company owning the Kentucky Railroad,
on which Judge Black, or Pennsylvania, sustained
.serious injury by an accident several mont hs ago, I
ls called on to pay a doctor's bill of $sooofor i
medical attendance on the Judge. This the com- ]
pany refuses, but ls ready to pay the amount to
the Judge, that he may do with lt what he
-The winter quarters of Forepaugh's menage?
rie, at ConneilsvUle, Ind., was found to be on Ure
a few nights ago, and the whole menagerie was
let loose. The fire, however, was extinguished j
after several thousand dollars' worth of damage
I hail been done. Meantime the beasts feasted on 1
sheep and beef in the adjacent fields, but were E
hB recaptured before they could do any more s
serions damage. ?
-Two large and powerful Normandy horses, |
Imported for the purpose of Improving the breed
of American stock, arrived a few days ago at (
Kew York, on the steamship Lafayette. These 1
animals were obtained after a thorough research -
through the French markets. The first, a black
stallion of graceful build, named "Cupidon," is (
seventeen hands high, weighs 2300 pounds-1000
pounds more than an ordinary horse-and ls five
and a half years old. The second, a gray stallion, t
named "Mouton," is sLxteen and a hau* hands 1
high,. and ls four and a half years old. These i
horses are valued at $5000 each, and cost $340 to
bring over. Their former owners have received
medals, and ecrtiflcates for their Improved stock of
-The New Orleans Times says that "the sugar
prospects are not encouraging. Thc figures of
last ?nmreer will be brought down considerably
Instead of Increasing the erop of last year by
. twenty-five per cent., lt begins to be seriously
doubted whether we shall reach the result of that
crop. From 100,000 hogsheads, the estimates of
many shrewd observers now sink below so,ooo
hogsheads. The troth ts, the present labor in the
South ls altogether inadequate to the large and
profitable production of sogar. It ls inadequate
both In quality and quantity. The thorough, care?
ful, and diligent caltlvatltlon needed in our rich
bottom lands cannot be exacted from our eman?
cipated negroes. We must have some better
?lass of laborers."
-While ont shooting in Prince George County,
Virginia, one day last week, a young man named
Riobard Bowden, trying to mount a stump, acei
- dentally discharged both barrels or his gun, the
?h?rges making a frightful wound in hts abdo?
men. This was at 9 A. M. His dogs coming to
him, 00 the neck of one be tied a piece of paper
on which he bad written a note to one or ti,s
.brothers, stating what had happened. But that
?dog would not leave him. The other, however,
seeming to know that something dreadful had
occurred, went off and fouud Mr. Bowden's
brother, and by his actions attracted hui atten?
tion, who, with Mr. Sanxy, started in search or
him, and found h.m at 3 o'clock, guarded by the
Other ral hui dog. They removed him to the
nearest house, but his wound was mortal, and be
' -The Now York correspondent or the Phila?
delphia Ledger writes : "City trade or all des?
criptions continues ver/ dull, and from present
appearances tao prospect of Improvement is not
very flatterlag. Tho steady decline m the gold
premium has the effect to persuade buyers to defer
parchases, m the expectation that still lower
rates will be attained, while the corresponding
shriukago of every description of merchandise
that has been imported oa a gold basis, without
any business oven with thc shrinkage, causes a
feeling of almost universal depression umon:r the
merchants. But few or them are making any
money, and lt is not putting the case too strongly
to say that a majority or them will bc satisfied if
they can bul hold their own at the close of thc
year. It is more than probable that, if gold con.
ttaued to run down much further, some vf the
large dry goods houses in Broadway will let go at
gold prices, rather than hohl on any longer In
expectation of a reaction that may never como.
In that event thc smaller houses will have to fal?
Tke Rogue'* Paradise.
South Carolina i3 the Earthly Paradise of
the rogues, renegades and ragamuffins who
give tone and character, after their kind, to
Radicalism in the Southern States. Here
may the Radical brethren crown their brazen
fronts with the inconvertible currency of the
nation ; here may they stuff their pockets with
bills and bonds, and no one say them nay.
They may pilfer and peculate, cringe and
bluster, lie and grow rich. Call them but
Radicals ! and they laugh at bolts and bars,
mock at judge and jury, aud recognize no
other law than their own sweet will and
pleasure. They hold the purse-strings, and
can gag with greenbacks the bolters who
threaten to leave their camps. All the shara
majesty of thc law is called to their aid, aud
if by an unfortunate slip they do reach the
Penitentiary, "His Excellency Governor
"Scott" stands ready to pardon them, so
that "their civil rights" may not be put in
jeopardy. This is a very ?olly state of things ;
fascinating in the extreme for the knaves
who throw rocks into the turbid pool, though
it may be death to the frogs.
They who are so unfortunate as to have
some regard for honesty and truth are pun?
ished as they deserve, H they will not don
the Radical mantle they must expect to re?
ceive a scant measure of justice-compensa?
ted for by a full measure of oppression and
abuse. A thousand barns and gin-houses
are burned down by thieving negroes, and
no Radical whispers a word of condemna?
tion. But when the store of the Radical
brother of a Radical senator Ls set afire the
Governor issues a fiery proclamation, offer?
ing a reward for the apprehension qf the
incendiaries. Nor is this alL A band of
constables, armed to the teeth, hasten to the
scene of the Radical burning, drag harm?
less citizens from their beds and thrust them
into'jail-all upon suspicion. Nor in bis
proclamation docs the Governor confine
himself to denouncing crime; he goes fur?
ther, and indirectly invites the negroes to
take the law into their bands, encouraging
them, by hint and inuendo, to barn, slay
and destroy. The Speaker of the House of
Representatives-the man who, as aid-de?
camp to Governor Pickens, claimed the
privilage of Lauling down the United States
flag when Sumter was surrendered-hounds
on the negroes to violence, reminding them
that they have not yet been willing to wipe
ant with blood, shed by their hands, the mem?
ory of the tortures of slavery.
But Governor Scott and Speaker Moses
are both surpassed by Sooth Carolina con?
gressmen and members of the Legislature.
Congressman Whittemore, aC Georgetown,
inflames the passions of the negroes by de?
nouncing the whites. A riot is the result.
Congressman H?ge urges the negroes to de?
mand a half of the crops, and so excites
them that they hunt down a peaceful citi?
zen, crying-kill him ! kill him ! kill him !
In Abbeville, last week, one Gunin, who
was recently elected to the State Legisla
ture, got out of the cars, accompanied by a
squad of armed negroes, and made a speech,
in which he said, "The first Republican
"killed in this county, every leading Demo
"crat shall be killed and their houses burned
"over them." Mark 1 these words of a mem?
ber of the Legislature. Another GufBn
who claims tho seat of senator from Abbe?
ville-showed his devotion to the colored
race, on the same occasion, by kissing the
Juskey damsels on the platform-not crimi?
nal, perhaps, but highly characteristic
In Georgetown, a few days ago, a negro
*epre3entative and magistrate, who is al?
ready under bonds to keep the peace, heaped
ils maledictions on the rebels of the district,
rho, he said, "he was ready to kill at a mo
'ment's notice," as "he was accustomed to
'kill Southern rebels I" This is another
Four citizens of Abbeville are pursued
>y an excited crowd of negroes and arrested
f ithout warrant or pretext, other than the
itatement that one of their number had
ipoken of the colored people, before Con?
gressman H?ge, as "niggers." Their of?
fence hath this extent; but they are hauled
>ff to jail, while the Radical orator, as
isuaL seeks safety in flight This ls the
pray in which respectable men are treated ;
vhile Congressmen H?ge and Whittemore
excite a riot, Representative Jones threatens
x> kill the rebels, and Representative Gnffin
threatens to kill the Democrats and burn their
louses. No arrest of these men is made,
?or is it even hinted that what they do is a
rrtevous burning wrong.
Nor do these rioters go too far. They
mow that so long as their Radicalism is
lound they mu no risk, whatever they may
>ay or do. They show their appreciation of
ho horriblo fact, that in South Carolina
jvery law, every officer and every proclama?
tion, is intonded to shield the Radical and
?trip the opponents of Radicalism of ail
shadow of protection. They know what
iheir power is, and it will not be their fault
f the colored people do not take the hints
which they throw out, and attempt to win
ay force the lands and homes which the
Radicals failed to give them. These Radi
?als pray for a negro rising; they will be
disappointed, and their Old Master will for?
sake them when conies the tug of war.
One year more of working and waiting,
ind these thieving Cossacks shall be sent
Mattering back to tho Hades of shame and
iisgrace. Then may whites and blacks
live at last In prosperity and peace.
A .vorn BK move is made in that little stcck
lobbing game. A biH has bc JU introduced
in the Legis atarc, authorising thc State
rrcasurer to pay t':o interest on the State
lebt n specie anJ to uta'te the necessary
exchanges. The tn incial agent in Now
York is to ay tho ?iros an I pull the siringa,
ami State secur.ties aro to a lvunJO Giieen
percent in a e we ks-J. f >r the ?rtaier
glory and pro.lt 01 Seo,-., K nation & Co.
The Cheraw aad Darlington Railroad
The annual report of the president and
directors of this company, printed this
morning, shows that the net earnings of
thc road for the year ending August .list
amount to $18,447, a very gratifying result
when thc circumstances of the case are con?
sidered. The operating expenses have
been largely reduced, while passengers and
freight have lieen transported with regulari?
ty and promptness, the road and rolling
etock have been kept in good order, and
there bais been an absolute freedom from
accidents and failure to make connection.
The directors hope to be able to renew, upon
favorable terms, the first mortgage bonds
($150,000) due in April next, but the nec?
essary authority to opon negotiations for
this purpose cannot, we presume, be had
until a legal meeting of the stockholders
can be held. This is out of the question
until the majority of the stock of the road,
now held in the name of the President of
the Cheraw and Salisbury Rralroad Com?
pany, is represented in person or by proxy.
In this connection, we desire to call atten?
tion to the statement made in the report of
the differences between the Cheraw and
Darlington Railroad Company and Presi?
dent Townsend, in regard to the stock in
the road attempted to be sold by him to
Messrs. Walters & Newcomer, of Baltimore.
We are hopeful that the transaction may be
annulled, and that tho control of thc Che?
raw and Darlington Railroad may not pass
into the hands of persons whose interest is
directly against any extension of the road
from Cheraw which would affect unfavor?
ably the Wilmington and Manchester and
Thc Democratic Minority.
In the list of the members of the General
Assembly, published in our columns this
morning, will be found the names of the
Democratic minority who, with overwhelm?
ing odds against them, have faced the diffi?
culties of an embarrassing and unpleasant
.position, hoping to bc able to accomplish
pomething of good for the benefit of their
State and people. These gentlemen have
stood firm in the midst of chicanery and
corruption ; they are the only men in the
General Assembly who dare to raise their
voice for the vindication and protection of
South Carolina; they alone represent the
dignity and worth, the intelligence and
weal'h, of the State. Their courage and
fortitude will not be forgotten, and we look
forward with confidence to the coming of
the day when, triumphantly re-olected, they
shall sit in the capital not cheek by jowl
with boors and ruffians, but by the side of
senators and representatives whom the
whole people can honor, respect nud trust
Orr. Columbia correspondent shows up
the workings of the Land Commission Ring.
One report ia that a leading member of the
House bought a tract of land for $7000, and
sold it to the Land Commissioner for $22,000,
and that a Judge bought a tract for $300,
and sold it in the same way for $1200.
No wonder that Commissioner Leslie cries
for two millions more !
IT is reported in Columbia that Secretary
of State Cardoza, a member of the advisory
board of the Land Commission, has re?
signed because of the corruption which ex?
ists in the management of the Land Ring, as
it is called. If this be so, the Secretary of
State has done well. Whatever honesty
there is in the Radical party is found amonj
the colored people.
FROM the censos returns for Pickens Coun?
ty, we gather the following statistic? : There
are: males over 21 years 1455 white, 431
colored, making a voting population of ]
18S6. The whites, both male and female,
aro: 8206; colored, 2640; total population,
10,846. The militia of the county numbon?
1057 white, and 443 colored; total 1500.
W. J. WHIPFBB, a colored member of the
Legislature, is said to have at this time a
good chance of being elected Judge of the
State Supreme Court All thc colored mem?
bers of the Legislature are expected to
vote for him-this would make Iiis elec?
tion certain. Whipper is an intelligent man
and very popular in tho party.
WB print this morning tho report of thc
President ancL^ Directors of the People's
Bank, and tho proceedings of thc meeling
of stockholders to which it was submitted.
The bank has now a surplus of about two
hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and, we
are pleased to leam, resumes business this
day. _ _
ONE by ono, the old banks of the State
are resuming business. The latest cheering
indication of the kind is in the case of the
Bank of Newberry, an institution which, as
we are informed, reopened its doors for busi?
WE sincerely hope that the bill to sus?
pend the operation of the township law for
ten years will be passed at once. The rea?
sons for suspending the law arc cogently
given in the letter of our Columbia corres?
TUB Columbia Radicals speak of Attor?
ney-General Chamberlain as "the coining
"man" forGovernor. We might possibly do
worse, but hope to do better.
x o n A N G
8TBRLING BILLS ON LIVERPOOL, payable in
Loudon, In sums to suit purchasers.
For sale by W. B. SMITH & CO..
nov'tf 1_ Napier's Range.
rpWDNTY-FTVE HUNDRED DOLLARS.
Wanted to borrow on a mortgago ot Real
Batato, in value equal to roar times that amount.
Titles Indisputable, and property unlncumbercd.
Apply to A. C. KAUFMAN,
Broker and Commission Agent,
novSt No. 25 Broad street.
JJOLMES & MACBETH,
No. 36 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will attend to Renting aud Collecting or R*nts
and purchase and ?ale ol Stocks, ponds, Cold.
Silver and Real Estate.
To the Purchase or tJoods and Sr.ppltes ror par?
lies in the countrv upon reasonable t'-rms.
CEOK?B L. HUUtaS. Al?XAXDRB MACBETH.
WANTS OF ALL KINDS CAN BE
made known to everybody tn Oils column
at the rate of 25 cents for twenty words or less,
each Insertion, If paid in advance.
WANTED, A COLORED WOMAN TO
to do (lenora! Housework. The bwt re
oommcndaiiouB required. Apply at No. 67 Went?
worth Htr cc:. nov30
WANTED, SIX SHIP JOINERS, GOOD
workmen. Apply to J. I?. AIKEN A CO.
WANTEDTA GOOD COOK. WASHES
und Irene . None need apply without
(rood references. Apptv to WM. Mci.KAN, No. 433
King street. nov.lo l
WANTED, A COMPETENT AND
well recommended COOK. Apply, with
reference, to OL P. PANKNIN, No. 123 Meeting
street. nov.-? l
WANT?DTA GOOD COOK AND WASH?
ER. Apply at No. 02 Coming street,
SEHVANT WANTED. APPLY AT
southeast corner Pitt and Montague street;
a good Washer and Ironer, and to make herself
useful. nov30 1*
WANTED. A CHILD'S NLUISE IMME
DIATKLT; one that will come well recom?
mended will get a good home and wages. Apply
at No. 235 Meeting street, near Ann. novao
WANTED, "A-WHITE GI11L TO AT?
TEND to Children and Sew. Recoranren
dations required. Apply at No. 22Meeting street.
TxrAN^El)7A~T??^r FOR A FINE
TV Dwelling of eight square rooms, partly
furnished, situated in the western part of thc
city, on the Hue of the Street Cars. The owner
Wishes to board for the rent. Address Box 430
Charleston I'ostofllce. _nov30 1?
WANTED, ALL PERSONS WHO HAVE
left Clocks or Watches at OTTO SWEIT
ZER'S over a year. If not applied for they will be
sold at cost. nov29 3?
WANTED, A COMPETENT HOUSE
SERVANT. Apply at northwest corner of
Vanderhorst and Coming streets._nov29
WANTED, A GIRL BETWEEN 14 AND
18 years of years, to do housework and as?
sist in cooking. Apply at No. 28 Kiug street.
WANTED, "^COOK AND WASHER
for a small family. Recommendations re?
quired. Apply at No. 3 Ladsoa's court, Meeting
street. nov20 2*
WANTED, A GERMAN WOMAN TO
cook, wash and iron for a small fatniiy.
Apply at No. 1 Cannon street. nov20 2*
WANTED, WEST OF KING STREET,
a HOUSE with not less than s rooms or 4
rooms and attics. Apply at this Office.
WANTED.-A YOUNG M AHR IE D MAN,
28 years old, would like to take charge of
a large Cotton Plantation, in the State or South
Caroiina. Any one in want or a good, faithful
Overseer, will do well to address the undersigned.
Can give the best of references. Qood steady
habits, and not troubled with politics. Address,
for two months, P. W. EDWARDS, Portland,
Maine. novie Imo?
WANTED, A SITUATION AS CLERK,
in a Wholesale Drug Store, or a large Re?
tail and Prescription Drug Store. No objection to
go In the couti try. Will expect hat a small com?
pensation at ti rsi. Tie applicant ls a graduate of
the South Carolina Medical College. Address M.
D., through the Posiofllce. oct9
-flTANTED, A HOUSETNEAR THE
Tv central part of the city, containing five or
six rooms, with good outbuildings and water.
Address I), at. this Office. scpt2S
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
sell thc American KNITTING MACHINE,
the only practical Frrnlly Knitting Machine ever
Invented. Price $26. Will knit 30,000 sMtehcs
per minute. Address American Knitting Machine
I Company, Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that JOB PRINTING or all kinds, plain
and ornamental, is executed promptly in thc
neatest style and at tho lowest New York prices,
at TUB NBWS Job Office, No. 149 EAST BAY. Call
and examine the scale of prices before giving yonr
WANTED, AGENTS.-TWO HUNDRED
and Futy Dollars per month, to sell the
only Genuine Improved Common Sense Family
SEWING MACHINE. Price only $18. Great In?
ducements to Agents. This ls the most popular
Sewing Machine of the day-makes thc famous
"Elastic IiOCk Stitch"-will do any kind of work
that can be dono on any machine. One hundred
thousand sold and thc demand constantly in?
creasing. Now ls the time to take an agency.
Send for Circulars. Beware of lnfrlngers.-?a
Address SECOMB A GO., Boston, Mass.; PittH
burg, Pa., or St. Louis, Mo. oct20 3mos
HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
Ac, now vacant, can readily be rented by
advertising them in this column. The rate ls 25
cents for twenty words or less, each insertion, If
paid In advance.
TO RENT, AT $12 A MONTH, A SMALL
DWELLING and STORE, southeast comer
ol Ashloy and Bee street*, one block from Rut?
ledge avenue. R. M. MARSHALL A BRO., Real
Estate Brokers, No. 33 Broad street. novso 3*
FU1?NIS1?ED ROOMS TO LET BY THE
month, week or night. Terms moderate.
Apply at No. 40 neaufain street. novso tuf2
RRENT, THAT LARGE AND ELE
OANT MANSION, No. 43 Meeting-street, with
extensive Lot and Garden, located in one of thc
best and healthiest situations of thc city, and iur?
inated with all thc modorn Improvements and
conveniences. Poaacsslou given on first of Janu?
ary, 1670. Apply to MORDECAI A CO., No. 110
East Bay._ oom tu
TO RENT, AND POSSESSION GIVEN
on the Brat of January next, a FARM on
j Meeting street road, joining the city boundary,
I containing sixteen acres. Apply to C. WHITTE
MORE, No. 0 Radcliffe street. novl2 itu
TO RENT FOR $fi00 PER ANNUM, A
three story BUICK. RE8DENCE In Lambell
street, with largo cistern and necessary outbuild?
ings, ?md most respectable neighborhood. Ap?
ply to WM. M. LAWTON, Boyce's Wharf. ?
TO RENT, A NEW SEVEN OCTAVE
PIANO, of superior tone. Apply at No. 104
Meeting street. nov27
TO RENT, A FINE STORE WITH FIX
TURES for a grocery and bar-room, corner
Longitude Lane and East Bay. To an approved
tettaut rent will be $10 per month. 'Also, six
large square Rooms, with fireplaces, back piazzas
ami cistern water on every story. The rooms
will be rented singly ir preferred, inquire of Mr.
ROSE, on the premises. octl6
ROOMS TO RENT.-THREE UNFUR^
NISHED rooms Ui a residence pleasantly
situated In the western part of the city. Terms
moderate. For further particulars, apply at No.
II Doughty street. 00112
REAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY of any kind may be advertised for
Ktie in this'column, at the rate ot 25 cents for
twenty words or less, each insertion, if paid lu
I^UK SA LE, THE NEW AND COM
MODIOb'S yacht MARV ELLA, capacity six
tons, In complete order. For terms, Ac. apply to
T. 1). CLANOEY ? CO., No. 141 Euet Bay.
GOLDEN PROLIFIC COTTON SEED~~
We can fill orders for thc above Sew! ut 52 25
delivered herc JAMES M. CALDWELL A HON.
novSO etuthc* _
ONE FIRST-CLASS EIGHT HORSE
strictly PORTABLE ENGINE and BOILER.
One Steam Portable Cross-out or Wood Sawing
Machine For 6alc at CAMERON, BARKLEY ?
OH. _ nov2712
PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT A
GREAT BARGAIN.-One small Cylinder TAY?
LOR PRESS tn complete repair. It has been but
little used, and ls sold simply because the present
owner has no usc for IL The size or the bed or
thc Press is forty-four by fifty-eight Inches. Said
I*re8n will be sold nt a great bargain if applied for
at once, na the room it occupies is wanted for
other purposes. Addresss Box No. 3785 New York
JENKINS & CUNNINGHAM,
No. 2 WARREN BLOCK, (np stairs,)
JOHN JENKINS. ROBT. H. CUNNINGHAM.
Sole agents for thc sale of the celebrated Dickson
A Peeler Cotton Seed for the States of South Caro?
lina and Georgia.
Reierences-J. T. Gai d nor and J.J.Cohen A
Sons, Augusta, Go., and O agh rn, Berring A Co.,
Char eston, s. C. and Augusta, Ga.
LANDMARK LODGE, No. 76, A. F. M.
An Extra Communication of Landmark
Lodge. No. 76, A. F. M., will bc held at thc Ma?
sonic nail, Trna EVENINO, at 7 o'clock. Members
will take doe notice and govern themselves ac?
cordingly. The M. M. Degree will bc conferred.
Hy order o? the W. M.
nov30_W. H. PRIOLEAU, Secretary.
ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY.-TILE MOTH
Anniversary Meeting of thc St. Andrew's
Society, will be held at thc South Carolina liai!,
Tim DAY, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Eiectlen of officers will take place from 12 to 2
Members will partake of a Collation at3O'clock,
or immediately after thc business meeting.
S. C. BLACK. I s. W. RAMSAY.
w. J. liKuioT, q. A. DAMON,
JAMI? ALLAN, J. L. ANCRUM.
ROBERT M. CORDON.
nov30 Secretary pro tem.
SMITHS, TINNER S, BOILERMAKERS,
PAINTERS AND COPPERSMITHS.-The white
journeymen of the above trades are requested to
attend a meeting at thc Washington Eire Compa?
ny's Hall, on WKONESDAY EVENING, thc 1st in?
stant, at half-past 7 o'clock, for thc purpose of
electing Delegates to the Executive Committee
and signing thc Constitution of thc Workiug
By order. J. M. RABB,
novM 2* President.
JBxn ?ooos, &z.
JJEW SAVINGS INSTITUTION.
THE TIME APPROACHES WHEN
Ls unavoidable, and thc point ls to know
HOW AND WHKRE TO CO TO OBTAIN A SUPPLY.
A great many have found out already, and'- now
advise their frends in want of
To call at
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
CORNGB OF KING AND CALHOUN STRHOTK,
Where Dry Goods can bc bought toa great advan?
tage. Attention Ls catted to:
100 pair 10-4 White Blankets, only $3 75, worth
12-4 German Coverlets, from $4 up.
Large Comforts, only $3.
loo pair Fine Double Shawls, only $4 5?, worth
Arab Shawls, from $6, np.
1 case Brown Canton Flannel, only 15c. per
yard, worth 20c.
Heavy Black Beaver Cloth for Cloaks, only $2,
worth $2 75.
A flue assortment of Brown Shirtings, Long
clot lis, Alpacas, Dress Goods, Notions, Ho?
siery, Gloves, Ac, which have been bought by
large'quantities, and will be sold to satisfy the
purchasers m every respect.
FURCHGOTT A BRO.,
Corner King and Calhoun streets.
?3-A special Department for Boots, Shoes,
Hat?, Trunks, Ac, sold at correspondingly low
prices. nov22 3mos
SI)irts anb ?nrmeljing ?oo?s.
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S GOODS. S
AT Tfl-E GREAT SHIRT EMPORIUM !
LOOK FOR THE STAR SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET HALL.
po TO GEORGE LITTLE & CO.
VT for Fine Cassimere SACKS at $5.
ACCOMPLISH ALL THEY PROMISE
For sale at
septl7 3mos RAOUL & LYNAH'S.
WANTED, TUB LADIES TO CALL
and examine thc Stock of Youth's, Boy's
and Children's CLOTHING, at
GEORGE LITTLE A CO.,
oct30 stuthlmo No. 218 King street.
rjl F. CHUPKIN
Omni NO. 275 KING STUHHT,
GO TO GEORGE LITTLE Sc, CO
for Fine FURNISHING COODS ut LOW
PRICES. ocl30 stuthlmo
Y) O YOU WISH
TO PREVENT YOUR
CHILL AND FEVER?
septn 3mos USE SOLOMONS' BITTERS.
?nnu for Sale.
FLORIDA LAND F O li SALE. - A
valuable PLANTATION of 88? acres in Ma?
rion County, Florida, is oifercd at private sale,
about one hair cleared and under cultivation:
part best hammock. This plantation ls one of |
the most desirable lu the State; is very produc?
tive for Collen. Lice, Corn. Sugar, Vegetables,
ic; also Hue for Oranges and other Fruits: is
located lu one ul' thc hetdthicMt and must plea?
sant neighborhoods in thc Suite, being o>mvent
e:ii to railroais, churches, Ac Apply to A. IL
Ml ?.LIGAN, Cotton 1'aotor, Accommadation
VVharf, Caaiiestoa, S. G. novia
O L M ? S' LYCEUM.
Til ?8 EVENING, at hair-past 7 o'clock,
AROUND THE WORLD,
niNOPTRIC LANTERNS AND DRUMMOND
LIGHTS, TEMPLES, PALACES, CASTLES,
PRISONS, SCULPTURE, STATUARY
DISSOLVING VIEWS AND CHR0MOTR0PES.
tar Exhibition every TUESDAY and THURSDAY.
Reserved scats without additional charge can
be secured during thc day. at HOLMES* LOOK
HOUSE, uudcr the Lyceum. Ail seats 50 eta. each.
^CADEMY OF MUSIC,
KINO STREET, CORNER OP MARKET.
Agent.JULIUS L. MOSES
Architect and Contractor.J. H. DEVEREUX
Superintendent of Carpenter
Ins;.D. A. J. Sci.1,1 VAN
Superintendent of Masonry.N. P. DEVEREUX
Superintendent of Plastering....J. W. DEVEREUX
Painters and Gilders.T. A. BBAMISU & Co.
Artists in Eresco,
G. T' KRELL and E. CRAMER and Ass'ts.
Gliding.-..MCCEAKY and DOTY
Upholstering and Carpets.C. D. CAKR & Co.
Iron Columns ?nd Railing,
GEO. R. JACKSON and BURNETT & Co.
Iron Chairs.B. KEOCULINU
Iron Work.C. WERNER
Papier Mache Ornaments.W. SHORT
Gas Fixtures and Chande?
liers.GEO. H. KITCHEN A Co.
Oas Fitting.P. L. Gl'ILLBMIN
Plumbing.ADAMS, DAMON A CO.
Carvers.A.P. OUKVKKUX and R. LEWIS
Stage and Stage Machinery.W. W. DEHILT
Stage Carpenters.T. WALKER and HERBERT
Messrs. WALI.ACK, TIRRELL and CRAMER
Act Drop.MINARO LEWIS
Lessee and Manager.JOUNT. FORD
Stage Manager.OKOROR A. GARDINER
THE ACADEMY WILL OPEN ON WEDNESDAY
EVENING, DECEMBER 1, 1889,
From tuc pen or Dr. W. GILMORE SIMMS, or
South Caroliua ; Spokeji by Miss
Which will bc followed by T. W. ROBERTSON'S
Modern Comedy, entitled
As produced last season at Wallack's Theatre,
New York. Act 1st. Recreation I Act 2d. Ex?
amination I Act 3d. Flirtation I Act 4th. Reali?
Naomi Tighe, an East Indian
Heiress.Miss LILLIE ELDRIDGE
Bella, a Poor Scholar.Miss LAURA ALEXANDER
Laura, the Sleepy Scholar.Miss HERBERT
Mrs. Sutcliffe, Principal_Mrs. LOUISE ELDRIDGE
Jack Poyntz.Mr. W. H. CRISP, Jr.
Lord Beaufoy.Mr. JAS. O'NEIL
Beau Farlntosh.Mr. SAMUEL KNAPP
Krux, an Assistant Teacher....Mr. SAMUEL RYAN
Dr. Sutcliffe.Mr. JOSEPH PARKER
Scholars, Attendants, Ac.
??~ Doors open at 7, Curtin rolled up ats
PRICES OF ADMISSION.-Orcbeatra Chu ira, $1;
Orchestra Circle, $1; Balcony Chairs, $1; Balcony
Dress Circle, $1. Entrance on King street. Se?
cured Scats, 25 cents additional. Family Circle,
50ccuts, (one-hair reserved for colored ramilles;)
Gallery, 26 cents. Entrance on Market street.
The Sale or Secured Scats wiU commence on
TUESDAY, at 9 A. M., in thc Vestibule Entrance on
King street. N. LEVIN, JE., Treasurer.
In assuming the management or this elegant
Temple of Art, the Lessee deems lt Incumbent
npen him to state, that he enters upon his mana?
gerial duties with great diffidence and much em?
barrassment. Charleston being remotely situat?
ed from the great theatrical centres, his resources
will be consequently limited, and to some extent
contracted. He will not, therefore, indulge in
profuse promises for thc future, but will plodge
hlmseir to nse his best service and exertions to
furnish such novelties and attractions as he can
possibly command, and endeavor to produce
them in such a style as will deserve success and
seenre public approbation.
Courteous attention will bc paid to the patrons
of the Academy. Good order will be preserved
and enforced, and a proper morale bc rigidly
maintained throughout the establishment.
JOHN T. FORD,
nov29 3 Lessee and Manager.
Stones, Ranges, &r.
ES 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 ARK NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY
OTHER DEALERS, FACTORS, MERCHANTS AND
ALL THE CUSTOMERS OF TUE OLD HOUSE
WITH THE MOST APPROVED DESCRIPTIONS
OF COOKING STOVES, RANGES AND HEATING
STOVES AT A CLOSE APPROXIMATION TO
THE COOKING STOVES AND RANGES ARE
SOLD WITII OR WITHOUT FURNITURE-SOME
OE THEM ARB DESIGNED TO OPERATE WITH?
OUT TUE 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-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-PLATE OR BOX STOVES, Ac.
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES AND PRICES
WILL BE FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION.
WM. SHEPUERD & CO.,
No. 24 nAYJ?E STREET,
_CHARLESTON S. C.._
WM. SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET.
WM. SHEPHERD & CO.,
_No. 24 HAYNE STREET._
J1RENCH RET1NNE? IRON - WARE
WM. SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET. ?_
JJ E L L EV I L L E COPPER
AGENTS IN CHARLESTON:
WM. SHEPHERD ?t CO.,
No. 21 HAYNE STREET.
(Shroreries, Ciqnore, Sit.
-^ymSKEY! WHISKEY! WHISKEY!
SO barrels Choice Old Monongahela Rye Tt&JS
A full Stock of GROCERIES, &c.
Just received and for pale low by
J. N. M. WOHLTMANN,
nov2Q 1 Farrar Brothers' Old Stand.
jyVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
?ooo sacks SALT, In fine order, now landing per
Ship Gorilla, from Liverpool, and for sale by
ROBT. MURE k CO.,
E W DRIED FRUIT.
600pounds DRIED AFPES (new,) atio cents per
Kew Dried Peaches (peeled,) at
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free. nov30 1
1200 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, landing and for
sale by HENRY OOBIA A 00.
J B I S H WHISKEY.
Jameson's best IRISH WHISKEY, bottled by ?.
A J. Burke, Dublin, and bearing their label and
capsule. Imported direct by
WM. 8. CORWIN & CO.,
nov29 o No. 276'King street.
4000 sacks Liverpool ?. LT, by Bark Homber
sund, for sale hy RAVENEL A CO.
4000 flacks Livepool SALT, just arrived per hark
Arbitrator. For sale by
nov27_WAGNER, HUGER A CO.
KLATTE ? CO.
Are now receiving a full Stoca of
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS,
100 barrets REFINED SUGARS
20 hhds. and barrels Raw Sugar
loo hhds. and barrels Molasses
10 barrels Beehive Sy rap
loo bags Codecs
100 packages Mackerel-Nos. 1, 2 and 3
26 barrels Pickled Mullens and Herrings
100 kegs Nails
100 boxes Cheese
loo boxes Soaps
250 barrels Flour-Fine, Super, Extra and
25 half chests Hyson and Oolong Tea
50 kegs Dutch Herrings
loo barrels and tubs Lard
100 barrels Gibson's and Walter's Whiskey
- casks Gin, Brandy and Wines
50 cases Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
25 cases Hostetter's Ritters.
Raisins, Currants, Citron, Prunes, Figs, Al?
monds, Jellies, Oysters, Pickles, Sweet Oil, Toma?
toes, Brandy and Fresh Peaches, Soda, Fire
crackers, Sardines, Starch, Shot, Powder.Matches,
Brooms and Buckets, Saurkraut, Ac, Ac. .
For sale at io west prices.
H. KLATTE k CO.,
No. 201 East Bay,
nov25 Northwest corner Cumberland street
IT! FRUIT! FRUIT!
BY C. BART & CO.
Just received and now landing at Onion Wharf,
per schooner "Azclda and Laura," from Baraeoa:
1,200 Bunches RED BANANAS
3,000 Grape Fruit.
20.000 West India ORANGES
10 bblH. Limes
too bills. Baldwin Apples
10 kees Malaga Grapes
100 bblH. Onions
50 bbls. Jackson Whites and Peach mow Po?
25 bbls. Assorted Nets
200 drams New Figs, assorted sizes
300 boxes Assorted Figs, from 2 to 3 Uss. eaek
10 frails Dates
50 cases Union Torpedoes, containing 30,000
50 whole and hali boxes Fire Crackers.
Will be sold low by 0. BART A CO.,
nov23 Market street.
jyQUORS ! LIQUORS ! LIQUORS !
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE.
The subscribers having been appointed sole
agents for HENRY WALLACE A CO., Philadelphia,
for thc sale of their tine OLD RYE, WHEAT AND
BOURBON WHISKIES, are prepared to make a
liberal discount on large orders.
A full supply of the above Whiskies always on
Parties about purchasing wonk! do well to give
us a call before negotiating elsewhere.
BYRNE ? FOGARTY,
CORNER CHURCH AND CHALKERS STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
E W LARD
R FINED FAMILY LARD.
We are now packing
0^ THIS SEASONS mil.
Tierces, half bbls., Kegs, 3 lbs., 6 lbs., and 10 lbs.
Caddies, ?0 rb. cases. *f
For price ILsls, address.
PROCTOR A GAMBLE,
oct2S tluttoM_Cincinnati, Obie.
j^I VER P?OL SALT!
?ooo sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, direct from Liv?
erpool-large and full sacks.
For sale at lowest market prices, by
octae_T. J. KERR A co.
p U H E SH EBB Y WINE.
Just received 30 casks of snERRY WIN?
prices $3, $4, $o, $0, $8, $12per gallon; m bottles,
i rom $1 to $2 50.
PIPER & CO. UEIDSIECK
Ve Clicquot Ponsardin
All of direct importation.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 Kb) g street,
Branch of No. 900 Broadway, New York.
CURES FEVER AND AGUE.
THE FINEST TONIC IN THE WORLD.
;*yFor sale by ail Druggists. .
G. J. LUHN, Agent,
Corner King and John street,
sept? 3mos Charleston. S. C.
LO M ON*S BITTERS
ARE FOR SALS BY
Dr s. RAOUL & LY NAH,
At Wholesale and Retail,
CORNER KING AND MARKET STREETS.
Camber, Snei, Sit.
OAL! COAL! COAL!
300 tons Red Ash BRR COAL landing from
Gambia, and for sale by
H. F. BAKER k CO.,
UOV22 No. 20 Cumberland street
T T. U U M P H R E Y S1
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMLSSIOl
SALE? OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS. BONDS
SECURITIES AN 11 PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY ATTENDED TO.
No. 27 B BO A H STREET,
Charleston. S. C. ,
RGFBBBXCB8.-Hon. HENRY BUIST. W. J.MA?
GRA'! H, Esq.. General JAMES CONNER. T. R,
WARING, Esq. uct4