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TEEMS OE TUE XIS irs.
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XIS WS OE TUE DAT.
-Gold nt New York yesterday closed strong
at 27Kaat^.
-Thc New York cotton market closed heavy
Sales 2030 bales at 20.' cc.
-At Liverpool cotton closed nt 12,'t'd for up?
lands, and 12%d for Orleans, sales lo.ooo bales.
-Total registration in New York, 143,171-a do?
orcase of over 30,000 from last year.
-Tho Governors of eighteen States have desig?
nated November IS as a day of thanksgiving.
-Thc Duke of (tenon's prospects in councclion
with the Spnulsli throne emit in nc to improve.
-Thc weather in England ls reported ns very
cold, and Trost, Icc and snow arc abundant.
-Thc Allied rorces in Paraguay have again been
put In motion to attack Lope/, at San Estanlslaus.
-Thc report that Napoleon has sintered a re?
lapse ls denied. Humors of changes lu thc French
Cabinet arc revived.
-The Spanish steamer General Dulce was sold
by thc sherill" at thc Philadelphia Merchants' Ex?
change, on Thursday, for $24,000.
-It ls rumored In London that Rurs la has pro?
tested in a note to Turkey against the passage of
armed Austrians through Turkish territory.
-The Italian Government reserves thc right to
reject thc decisions or thc Oecumenical Council if
opposed to thc laws and the spirit of the age.
-The paperJanna" lo ? bott?oou tho coast or
- evrnirnii, itiionlng thc loss or thc emigrant ship
Weser, proves, on examination, to tic a hoax.
-Thc mission or thc French General Fleury to
St. Petersburg, it ls stated, is to induce Russia to
unite with thc other Great Powers In a general
disarmament.
-Belle Royd, late of Virginia, and well known
durlug thc war from her connect lon with the Con?
federate secret service, has been sent to the Cali?
fornia Insane Asylum.
-Considerable excitement was created in Paris
last week, from the fact that thc production of a
drama, which had passed thc Censor, had been
forbidden by the Prefect ortho Police.
-Th? Spanish financial deficit for the current
year amounts to five hundred and twenty mil?
lions or reals. Thc estim?tes for the ensiling year
show a surplus in favor or tho treasury.
-Thc Paris Charivari, under the title of "A New
Version of thc I'autIn Murder,''represents Prus?
sia killing another victim Illa.ten,) and pulling it
In thc grave willi thc ronner (Hanover, Sax?
ony, Ac.)
-Thc last exploit of thc Cuban insurgents in
thc Central Department or Ute island was to
throw n freight train oir a railroad track, secure
thc ?hinder, burn the railroad ?ridge, and make
oir withont loss.
-Another woman's movement ison foot in New
York, thc object of which ls thc "development of
oconomicnl education and moral Interests." The
lollies connected with lt disclaim any alliance
With the Woman's Rights party.
-The drat regular Pullman palace t rain over
the Pacific Railroad arrived at San Francisco Fri?
day night, on time. Aiming thc passengers were
two English noblemen, members of Parlhiiucut,
who wore delighted with thc trip.
-Highwaymen stopped thc Los Angelos, Cali?
fornia, stago, on Friday, near that city, and rob?
bed thc express and passengers of a large amount.
Thc mall, which contained several hundred thous?
and dollars in greenbacks, was untouched.
-General Prim announced In Hie Spanish
. Cort cs Saturday that thc government hoped soon
to withdraw thc decrco establishing martial law,
but that at present such a step would bo uuint
vlsablo on account of thc number of conspirator
who still remained at large.
-A horrible murder was committed near Purdy,
in tho 8tatc of Tennessee, on Sunday morning
last. Gilbert Combs shot ami kilted his brother
Jacob, wlio was defending his motlier agalukt
Ollhcrt. The affair grew ont ol'a distribution of
property left hy their father. Gilbu t was not ar?
rested nt last accounts.
-Sixteen sailors of her Majesty's ship Charyb?
dis, while al Victoria, went ashore with tho
launch, nu Hie 20th or October, under command
Of a midshipman. Twelve or Hie men mutinied
and ovei powered the otlicer anti oilier four sailors,
and rowed to tho port or Dungeness, lu Wash?
ington Territory, and escaped,
-A San Francisco telegram says: "Koopiuon
flCtinap luis returned. He will forward one hun?
dred Chinamen next week to work on thc Mem?
phis and Kl Paso Railroad. Ile says there arc
3000 Chinamen In the Stato nut nf employment,
and thal moro arc returning to China than arc, at
present, coining here, owing to the approaching
national holiday of thc empli e."
-Tito th iilsh hark Strathspey, from Sau Fran?
cisco, bound for ({ueenstown, with wheat, en?
countered a cyclone, was abandoned nnd went
down on thc 2ith of September. The crew suf?
fered severely Irom uxposuro and hunger seven
dayt and nights. They were picked up within
twenty miles of land by the French bark Surcouf,
and have arrived at San Francisco.
-Prince Arthur does not h ive a very good ex?
ample set him by the ofllccrs of the Dominion,
who now have tho special duty of lionizing him.
Borne of thc Canad inn papers speak very plainly
as to :i.e condition in which the premier or the
Dominion has several times found himself during
the royal visit, which hos rendered him unable to
make nso of tho -ord i nary moans bf locomotion.
-A cltl7.cn of Lansing, Michigan, has been en?
gaged In delivering to a paper manufacturing
firm In Huinilo u large uinount of wiro grass cut
from tho big marsh, north of Lansing, Tor which
he received $30 per ton, delivered. From a series
of experiments mudo a year ago, ho became satis?
fied that a tougher ami better, as well as cheaper,
article of wrapping paper could be made from
grass than from any material now in use.
-Thc International, of London, states Hist the
Viceroy of Egypt has concluded another loan of
35,000,000 flanes, that licha* forbidden the oillclnl
Turkish journal. UioTuniulc, to enter Egypt, and
that tte has caused thc Sultan's letter, Willoh was
placarded lu public, lo bc terned down. Oil ihe
other hand lt mentions that thc Sultan doe* not
Intend taking rtcilvc measures ><? enforce his
sovereignly until after the Inauguration ceremo?
nies of the Suez omni.
-The San Francisco Dulletin of tho 23d ultimo,
stales thal n car load of oysters, len tons tn
amount, arrived In that city on thc ?1st from Bal
tlmore. They wero shipped in a car constructed
for ihc purpose, and caine through tn eight days
lu excellent condition. Thc entire car load was
disposed or within twenty-four hours nficr their
arrival. The success or this experiment will, lt Ls
believed, result In lite construction or moreoystcr
cars and a regular overland bivalve trade.
-Wise men are puzzling themselves to account
for Ihc fresh water which comes up through an
Iron lube, sunk fifteen feet through the constant?
ly shirting sands or Cape Cod, rrom sixteen lo
twenty reel rrom high waler and not more than
three led above lt. Thc water tn this tube rises
and rails regularly wit li thc title, yet more than
loo barr?is have been pumped rrom ll nt one
time, without Unding the slightest trace or saline
matter. It ls or such linc quality that vessels
supply themselves lor a sea voyage rrom this well.
-At thc recent meeting tn Madrid, Spain, com?
posed or representatives or thc different political
parlies, complete disunion ls sold to have exist?
ed. General Prim had to usc every edon io pre?
vent a rupture both on thc church and kbig ques?
tions. The opposition is now state?', to be divided,
hut the lina) selection or Ute Duke of Genoa for
the throne ls regarded ns probable, lu thc pre?
liminary meetings or parties among the Progress?
ists and Democrats, he received 102 votes to two
lor thc Duke of Montponslcr. Among thc Union?
ists all but two deputies opposed him, while
among thc monarchists In the Cortes it ls said too
out of 200 will support his claim.
Thc Robber of tito Period.
An order for three thousand dollars, in fa?
vor of Mr. D. T. Corbin, approved by Mayor
Pillsbury, was presented for payment nt thc
City Treasury yesterday. How did.it get
there?
At thc meeting of the City Council held
on Thursday last, Alderman Cunningham of?
fered n resolution that Mr. Corbin be paul
three thousand dollars for his professional
services. Thc Mayor put tho question, but
there was so much confusion In thc civic
temple thnt only live or six"Aldermen votctl.
There were, however, four votes against,
and two in favor of Alderman Cunningham's
resolution. Thc yens and nays were called
for, and then began thc exhibition of ?UI
liugsgale rhetoric which ended in one Alder?
man firing thrice at another Alderman with
a Colt's anny revolver. The vote hy yeas
and unye was not taken, the resolution was
not adopted; yet Mayor Pillsbury, when
"asked for information, refused to say what
was its exact position.
We do not discuss now whether the ser?
vices of Mr. Corbin were worth Ihrec thous?
and dollars, or whether the eily should pay
thc fees for services rendered lo the Mayor
and Aldermen ns private citizens. This lias
nothing to do with thc present question,
which is-whether Mayor Pillsbury hus the
right to empty the City Treasury, when and
how it suits him? A vote of Council would
have relieved Mayor Pillsbury of till respon?
sibility. This he did not wait for. Tim
claimant hungered for thc loaves and ilshes,
and the gentle Mayor could not, or would
not, resist his honied pleading.
We expect to bc robbed, and shall not be
dlsappohiffct. But wc did not look for so
flagrant a violation of all rules of reason,
right and decency as is shown in this last
freak of our eminently honorable Mayor.
Well, what next?
Imlu?trinl Partnerships.
Thc Earl of Derby, then Lord Stanley, re?
marked this other doy that co-operation was
ft "good thing," nnd ho predicted "its suc
"cess." 'flinn Lord Stanley, no man in
England or America is more worthy of at?
tention, and he praises co-operation because
it is hum in natura that a mau should like
to feel that he is "a gainer by any extra in
"dustry he may jud forth, and that lie should
"like to have some sense of proprietorship
"in the shop or mill in which ho passes his
"days." This is the whole question in n
nutshell; hut Lord Stanley was evidently
speaking not of the ordinary co-operative
associations, bul of what ure called indus?
trial partnerships.
There are two distinct objects which the
workingmen, whether commun laborers or
skilled mechanics, nro iitriving to obtain.
Tho one is protection, and thc other is pro?
gress. The Trades Unions, in England ?it
all events, give the working meu ample pro?
tection ngninst arbitrary combinations on"
thc part of employers, and this can bc had,
and will bo had, without recourse to mea?
sures of violence like those which brought
down upon tho Sheffield Sawgrinders the
deserved condemnation of tho public. Natu?
rally and reasonably tho workingman is a
lover of fair play and equal rights. Tho true
workingman will not consent to holp in
maiming or killing his mates because thoy
refuse to belong to an association which is
intended for their bcnolit. The black sheep
may attempt to persuado the non-union
man hy beating and wounding. The honest
artisan will wait, knowing that self-interest
must in time bring all the workmen who are
worth having into what ls purely u protec?
tive and defensive association. In England
the Trades Unions hnvo grown so rapidly in
numbers and importuned that a measure for
their recognition ns legal incorporations
will undoubtedly receive Parliamentary sanc?
tion; and Lord Stanley, speaking In behalf of
a conservatism which is fur from being pre?
possessed in their favor, is content lo recog?
nise them ns inevitable, nnd, on thc whole,
a satisfactory form of popular combination.
The co-Opcratlve. movement represents
what may bc termed tho aggressive side of
modorn labor, as opposed lo Trades Unions
thc defensive side. Co-opcrntion in this
country, In its simplest shnpc, hos not been
strikingly successful. Tho co-operators
have been able to obtain provisions, for in?
stance, of full weight and good quality, ata
fair market price; but tho direct profits have
not been largo. Nor could any extension of
the principle, In its present application,
meet tho grout want of cither employers or
employed. Tho employers want to induce
their work?: n to take an activo and a per?
sonal iniuicst in their "occupation. As lt
stands, the good wor! mm does his work
faithfully, and re?oives lils well-won wages.
But he cnn do moro "than this. Ho can
watch over and protect tho interests of lils
employers' i? n hundred ways, mid this ho will
not do-it is not 'easonnblo to expect it-un?
less a saving or a benclittn Hie employer is a
saving or a benefit to him. Tho employer
understands th'13 argument, and, therefore,
when co-operation for production takes tho
shape of an industrial partnership, it is tole?
rably certain to succeed.
In langland, thc industrial iwrtnorshlp luis
been tried. The experiment luis been ma.le
in various branches of industry, under va?
rious conditions, but nil maintaining tho es?
sential principle of giving the artisan a di?
rect interest in the results of his labor, mid
furnishing him willi a fresh Inducement to
make them productive. In some cases tho
movement was made hy Hie employers; in
Others it originated with thc employed; but
in nil, the experiment has proved satisfac?
tory enough to justify its iudolinitc exten?
sion.
Industrial partnerships will satisfy thc im?
patient energies of the workmen of to-day.
They rise steadily In the social seule and
will not and shall not sink to tho level of n
mero machine. They claim the privilege of |
following their handiwork beyond Ibo gutes
of tho factory und of becoming identified
with ils progress. They claim that they and
their employers aro one, and ask that they
be given an association 113 inseparable ns
their interests. This will not ho deuied
them, and U3 years roll hy capital, thc or?
ganizer, and labor, the producer, may walk
side hy side In Hie smiling ways of industry
and peace.
Jons PI.OCO mu AX'S TALK; or Plain Advice for ?
Plain People. Uy C. II. Spurgeon. New
York : Sheldon & Co.
A mun may win notoriety hy a happy ac?
cident ; lie cannot win and keep distinction
without having something better in Iiis gifts
than tho capricious bounty of Fortune. Of |
t his truth Spurgeon alfords an illustration ;
that ho ls au English celebrity is due to his
having a good deal of brain, a good deal of
zeal, and a good deal of industry. Ile would
make a etir anywhere. A strong man never
resting prevents stagnation in a community.
Desides, lie has the gifts of a popular lead?
er-heartiness, humor, courago. All these
qualities John Ploughman's Talk reveals.
It might be named Spurgeon's opinions about
people whom he and all of U3 have met.
It i3 a book of friendly chat jind jovial ban?
ter and aphoristic wisdom-funny, homely,
good-natured-plensant to read and prolita
hle to ponder. While upon this subject, we
may be allowed, in justice to Mr. Spurgeon,
to say that John Ploughman's Talk i3 not n
specimen of the author's pulpit perform?
ances, ns a sensational story recently pub?
lished would seem lo ind?calo. Mr. Spur?
geon is not accustomed to ring bells or slide
down banisters, as n part of his public
ministrations, bul preaches to us orderly
and serious a congregation as can be found
in England. Oftentimes homely in illustra?
tion, he is uniformly earnest in the sacred
desk. This volume will serve to show what
he could do if he should undertake lo excite
the risibles of a public audience.
Hor Sale.
REAL ESTATE OK PERSONAL PRO?
PRIETY of any kind may bc advert bus! ro.
sale In this column, at thc rate of 25 cents for
twenty nora* or hus, each Insertion, If. paid tn
advance._
I71?R SALE, THE HOUSE AND LOT
No. 7 Minority Ktrcet, containing live rooms
uud necessary outbuildings. Possession glvou im?
mediately. Apply on ike premises.
nov3 wfin3? _
FOR SALE, A SECOND-HAND STEAM
ENGINE and IIOII.EU-S horse power-all lu
good order. Apply nt No. 2:1 Lynch stree?,
novl mw2*
|7K)R 'SALE LOW FOR CASU, THAT
JJ very desirable HOUSE AND LOT, southwest
corner of lingard street and Rose Lane, cnulnin
Ing four rooms, piazza, numerous closets and
other conveniences. Un lite premises, but de?
tached, ls a four room Kitchen, which rents for
$7 SO per month. House and outbuildings tin
roofed; an excellent well or water and choice fruit
trees. Ac; also, adjoining i he above are four va?
cant lois. Applv on thc premises,
oct so w?c*
REAL ESTATE.-A COMMODIOUS AND
substantial thrcc-s?ory brick IIOUSE, con?
taining sl.\ square rooms, dressing rooms, pnutrv
and store-room, willi kitchen ol' live rooms, Ma?
ble, Ac, in n central part of thc div, for sale hy
WARPLAW A CAREW._'odin wfm
FOR PALE, ONE HORSE, ONE DRAY,
one Ruggy, oiic Wagon and two Carts. In
quire at Southeast corner of Market and church
st reels. nuv2 v?*
AFEW CHOICE MULES WILL RE
sold low to make room for a lot of choice
horses dolly expected. Apply to R. ARNOLD,
corner Meeting mid John sirccts. novl
FOR SALE, THE ELEGANT RESI
DENCE, nord side Wentworth, between
I'm and Smith streets, having large garden, and
uhtiudnnl servants' aeuommodatlons. In com?
plete order. J. DRAYTON FORD, No. 40 broad
street.^,_octao 4*
PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT A
CHEAT HARRAIN.-One small CyUnderTAY
Loll PRRSS in complete repair, lt has been but
lillie used, mid ls sold simply because thc present
owner lins no uscrorlt. Thc size or the bed or ,
the Press is forty-four by llfty-cighl Inches. Said
Press will be sold at n great bargain If applied for
at once, ns the room it occupies ls wanted ror
ol her purposes. Addrcsss Uox No. 370S New York
Post?nico. scpt'20
ttcUJiUGS.
FIVE DOLLARS R E W A R D.-LOST,
yesterday morning, a white DULL PUP, about
six months old, with cars cut, and ono black
snot around one eye, had on a leather collar. Thc
nlMjvc reward Will be given If delivered nt No. 07
King-street. nor24*
Remettais.
REMOVAL.- CLAGHORN, HERRING <fc
CO., rhetors and Commission merchants,
have removed from Accommodation Wharf to
North Atlantic Wharf. ocl8 imo
(Eopnrtucrsljip Notices.
"PARTNERSHIP.-I HAVE THIS DAY
I. associated willi mc. In business, my son,
OKORO H (i. HUTLER. Thc business-Grain and
(?enera 1 Commission-will hereafter bo conducted
In tho name of R. M. BUTLER A SON.
November 1,180P. H. M. BUTLER.
novl10
Notices in 8ankru|)lcQ.
IN BANKRUPTCY.-IN THE DISTRICT I
COURT OP THE UNITED STATES POD THE
DISTRICT Ol' SOUTH CAROLINA.-Ex parte WM.
T. SHUMATE sud A. BLYTHE, Assignees, lu re
JOHN w. GRADY, Bankrupt.-Pet I Hon io sell
Real Estate, unb:cumbered, call In Linn Creditors,
Ac-Notice ls hereby niven to all Creditors hold?
ing Liens ugalnst tho Estate of JOHN W. GRADY,
that they arc rcqnlrcd to establish tho samo be?
fore w. J. CLAWSOX, Esq., Registrar, at Yorkvlllc,
S. C., within rorty days from thc dale hereof, or
bc barred h om all benefits of the decree for dis?
tribution to be made lu this case.
Uy order of Hon. Geo. 8. URYAN, Judge of said
Court. W. T. SHUMATE, 1 iaa,"ncMt
A. BLYTHE, J Assignees.
Greenville. S. G., September 16, I860,
oct is mwfis
C. KAUFM AN
BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT,
No. 26 BROAD STREBT,
Charleston, S. C.
Prompt attention glvon to tho purchase and
sale or Real Estate Stocks, Bondi, Bank Bills,
Ac, Ac. sepui wlm2mosca
monto.
i ALL KINDS CAN BE
. n lo everybody In thin column
ni I i if it? for twenty word? or lesa,
enc 01 'i.ild In advance._
\\ ? ) I HUE." A CAPABLE
V ". ' nulo cook, wash amt hon.
A|>| locllng street, corner of Hcn
rlef. nova I*_
.\I SITUATION BY A RE
>1 :. white girl, by the istb or No?
vell! . ! work. Has no objection to
mim ,1 ikMil reconuiieiidations given
If re ul I. t thia Pince._nova 1'
TX jjl 'OOD COOK, WASHER
> \ I (?crinan preferred. Recoin*
nieni Ria Apply at No. 0<j Rutledge
Aven . |> ivo Spring street.
mn ? I
-\T7 . US IN THE WESTERN
vv y, fora family of three ncr
solis. 'iv r?., NEWS Oillce. nov I 4*
lir 'TI..,, V )MAN TO COOK AND
tl cha? <. None need apply unless
well ri ?tu lod wages paid. Apply at
No. yo nov 1
\T7V ?OD DRAYMAN. AP
VY e._octJS
WA.iit'.?, TO PURCHASE A COM?
PLETE copy of thc U. 8. CENSUS ror
lsoo. Apply, stating price, lo "CENSUS," DAILY
NEWS OFFICE._ociT
ANTED, A SITUATION AS CLERK,
lu a Wholesale Drug Store, or a large Ile
tull abd Prescription Drug Store. No objection to
go In the country. Will expect but a small coin
peuTOtliTrraTTirst. Thc applicant ls a graduate of
thc South Carolina Medical College. Address M.
H., through the Post?nico._octo
aIO DRUGGISTS.-A PHYSICIAN AND
DHUOOIST, of twenty-live years*experience,
extensively and favorably known throughout thc
State, ami cnn hulm-uce a large trade, wishes a
situation In a Wholesale Drug House, or a large
Retail and Prescription Drug Store. Roth elly
and country references given. Address "Reta*
gee." Ilox 05, Yorkville, S. C._oets imo*
ANTED, A II O U S E , NEAR THE
central part of thc city, containing five or
six rooms* with good outbuildings nnd water.
Address 1), ot this Quice._septan
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
sell thc Amcrlcuii KNITTING MACHINE,
thc only practical Family Knit ting Machino ever
liivcniciLvPrlco $25. Will knit 20,000 stitches
por minuto. Address American Knitting Machino
Company, Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
OC120 31110S
ANTED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that JOH PRINTING of all kinds, plain
and ornamental, ls executed promptly in Hie
neatest slvto and nt thc lowest New York prices,
nt THE NEWS Jot) Oillce, No. 149 EAST HAY. Coll
and examine thc scale of prices before giving your
orders elsewhere._
WANTED, AGENTS.-TWO HUNDRED
nnd Fifty Dollars per month, to sell thc
only (leonine Improved Common Sense Fnmllv
SEWING MACHINE. Price only $18. Great In?
ducements to Agents. This ls thc most iiopular
Sewing Mnontuc or thc day-makes tho rntnous
"Elastic Lock Stitch"-will do any kind or work
lhat can bo done on any machine. One hundred
thousaud swld and thc demand constantly in?
creasing. Now is thc time to take nu agency.
Send fur Circulars. #3- liewnro of Inrrlngcrs.-?iO
Address SECOMR A CO., Ruston, Mass.: Pitts?
burg, l'a., ol' St. Louis, Mo. oct2!> 3mos
J?o Kent.
HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
Ac, now vacant, cnn readily bo rented liv
advertising them In this column. Tho rate lt SA
cents for twenty word* or less, each Insertion, ir
paid lu advance.
rill) REN/T AT $15 A MONTH. No. 2
A Drake street, near Amherst, 4 ROOMS AND
KITCHEN, flt. M. MARSHALL A UKO., Real Ks
tate Rrokers, Hroad-slreet. nova 4*.
rpo RENT, ROOMS ON ONE FLOOR
. _L nullullie rora family, also, Furnished Rooms
for gem leinen. Apply ut No. 40 Ueanfaln street,
nov i mw Ri*
TO RENT, THE DWELLING HOUSE,
No. 00 Coming street, containing seven (7)
square r<?>.its>. attics, pantry and all necessary nc
ciiininodallons. Terms moderato. Possession
given isl October. Apply ut No. 7 George street,
netti sw
1* PLEASANT ROOMS. COMFORTABLY
furnished, and Ruard, nt Mrs. MILLER'S,
No. o Hudson street. . oel2 swimo
mo RENT, ONE ROOM, FURNISHED
A or untarnished, lo one or two single ten i ie
mop. Apply ut No. ?Jasper Court. nov2 S*
Ito RENT ?tjNPj%ysjfjJJfil]' OTjiJuritru
ROOM, pleasantly ??t^^awpply at Ko. BS
Church street, near broad. _novl 3*
TO K1?NTV3V/FINE STOKE WITH FIX
TURES for a grocery and bar-room, corner
Longitude Lane, and East Ray. To an approved
tenant rent will be $10 pur month. Also, six
large square Rooms, with lire places, back piazzas
and cistern water on every story. Thc rooms
will he rented singly H preferred. Inquire of Mr.
ROSE, on the premises. octie
R~ OO.MS TO RENT.-THREE U?TuR
NISHKD rooms In n residence pleasantly
situated In thc western patt or the elly. Terms
moderate. For further particulars, apply at No.
ll Doughty street. octl2
?nn? for Sole.
IA AAA ACRE8 IN WILLIAMS
JLvy.\/V/\/ liUItfl COUNTY-lOO aeres or
whieh are eleni cd and 75 acres now under cult l
valiou lu com, colton and rice. The tract ls
heavily limbered with pine, oak, cypress ami
hickory, and contains a dwelling and outbuild?
ings, with lift cen cabins for laborers: also one
good nilli sile. Average production or the lund
tui tn lineen bushels or corn and iifteen to tyrell'
ly-live bushels nf rice to thc acre, without fertili?
zers. The region abound* In marl deposits.
Ret rgctown ls thc nearest market, thc pince being
four miles from lllack Mingo Creek and twenty,
live miles from Georgetown Creek, which ls navi?
gable at all seasons.
Price of thc tract $15,000; one hair cash, the
balance in one and two years, secured liv bond
and mortgage. Any smaller number of iteres
will bc sold ul a moderate ml vance on this rale.
Parlies desiring to Inspect thc tract can do sn hy
leaving thc Northeastern Railroad at Klngstrcc,
and inquiring the way lo my place, twenty-three
miles distant. Thc tract lies within one mile of
the projected Georgetown Railroad. Address
JAS. F. CARRAWAY. Sui vlvor or Perkins A Car?
raway, Georgetown Post?nico, S. C.
sept-jo mwf?moa* PAC
AAA ACRES.-TO CAPITALISTS.
viv^v/ At pr?valo snlc or for lease, a linc
PLANTATION In Oningcburg District, foi ming n
part or the estate of Hie late Colonel Kellt, con?
sisting of about OOO acres; 350 or lt cleared. Ills
watered by Lyon's Creek, a largo mid never-tail?
ing stream. Soil rich, red clay, well adapted to
cotton, corn, wheat, root crops and clover. Ch
mnto healthy all tho year. Splendid rango for
cattle; thc neighborhood attractive-thc adjoin?
ing plantations owned by gentlemen who reside
there and secure good order. Thc buildings were
burned,but lumber mills being near.thcy could bc
replaced cheaply. A large State rond connects It
with Lowlsvllle. South Carolina Railroad, six
miles distant. Thc above ls a splendid chance
for those desiring to form a beautiful farm in a
pleasant, healthy section. In I860 these lands
were returned ut"$20 per nero. Will bo sold at
half that price. For terms apply to Mrs. LAU?
RENCE KHITT, Society Hill, S. C.
REFERENCES.-Major T. ii. Wholcy, J. C. Kcltt,
Esq., Orange burg; H. W. Poronnoau, Esq., Wil?
liam Middleton, Esq., Charleston
oct ll iiiwr?mosn*o_
<OA AA ACHES TO LEASE FOR A
.?-?-\./V/ TERM OP YEARS.-Thc large and
beautiful ri.ANT.vi ION, known ns Kcltt Pince,
consisting m' 2100 acres, nco cleared. Soil rich
and clay abounding In deposits of marl. 700 acres
of splendid cotton land; 100 acres of lt will make
a bag to thc nero: location perfectly healthy all
thc year; four and a half miles from Lowlsville,
South Carolina Railroad; well settled; has been in
coustiiut cultivation since tho war: has all neces?
sary buildings; small dwelling, barns, stables,
glnlinusc, sorcw, laborers' houses. Lyon's Creek
runs through thc estate and furnishes one of tho
best sites for a faojory In tho Slate.
Will bo sold with tho lease, thc following: 8 lino
young MULES, a large lot of improved Imple?
ments, Hi Iniv Doughs, New Gili, Dickson Cotton
Seed, enough to plant thc entire crop; 2000
bushels of Cotton Seed for flrt Hising; 300 bushels nf
corn. All will bo sold on the place, low for cash.
Parties desiring to lease aro requested to Inspect
the growing crop of cotton, which will give entire
satisfaction. For terms, apply to MUS. LAW?
RENCE KEITT, St. Matthow'a P. O., Orangcburg
District, S. O.
RBPEIIKNCE8.-Major T. H. Whaley, J. 0. K?ltt,
Esq., Orangcburg; IL W. Peronnoau, Esq., Wil?
liam Middleton, Esq., Charleston.
cetus mwftmo*
T
drocUcrn, dljina, Ut.
WO THOU SAND SETS
SMALL PLATES, .
FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES,
3 Inch nat and deep PLATES, at 10c. a set.
4 Inch tint and deep Plates, at u?c. a set.
fi Inch flat nnd deep Plates, at 20c. a set.
0 Inch flat and dcop Plates, at 20c. a set. By
WM. O. WHILDEN A CO.,
Nos. 1S7 Meeting streot and 265 King street,
oct2s UisuiWlo Corner Beaufaln.
ittcclingo.
LANDMARK LOOGH, No. "C, A. F. M.
Thc Monthly Communiait hm or Landmark
Lodge, No. 70, A. F. M., will ho lii'hl at Mu- Masonic
Hall, THIS HVBNINU, at 7 o'clock. Members will
lake ilui" not icc ?md govern themselves accord
lusty. Hy order of thc \v. M.
ft', ll. PRIOLKAC.
novj_se? rotary.
BU LT A LODGE PERFECTION, No. I.
Tho Regular Uomiiiualcullon of this Lodge
win ho hehl Tum (Wedncstlay) KVENIXU, ut half
past 7 o'clock.
Candidates Tor thc Third ami Fonrtcentli De?
grees will ho punctual. Uv order <>i T. I*, ii. M.
K. K. REDFORD,
nnv.'l Seerelary.
IO. O. F.-SOUTH CAROLINA LODGE,
. No. I.-A Regular Weekly Meeting or this
I.oiIge will lie hehl Tills EVEN INO. ut Odd Kellows'
Hall, at a quarter past 7 o'clock. Fast Granit
Master H. s. Duryea ami Past Grund Master
Thomas Y. Simons will visit tho Lodge. Urethren
of Sister Lodges are respectfully lnvlte<l toat
lend. Hy onler. UOltKrtT J A M KS,
novj_Itccordlng Secretary.
1IARLESTON CH AMBER OF COM
MERCE_A Itegular Meeting of the Cham?
lier will take place THIS KVKNINU, Weilnesilay,
November a, isca, nt the tlibcrnlan Hail, at 7
o'clock. Hy order. I?. J. UAKHOT,
nova_Srcrctary unit Treiisurer.
MARLESTON STEAM FIRE COMPANY
OF AXMRN.-Tho Munt lily Mcctliigofyour
t.'ompany will lie held, ul Pheonix Hall, Tins EVE
MNti. at 7 o'clock. F. 4. ORKKN,
nova l Secretary.
MARLESTON BOARD OF TRADE.
The llcgiilnr Monthly Meeting will lie heel
at Hibernian Hall, at 7 o'clock, Tills HVENlNii.
Members will please bc punctual.
iiov3 H. HAHR, Secretary.
financial.
"DANK OF THE STATE HILLS WANTED.
HANK OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
DILLS, issue previous to the war.
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
I10V3_Hanker. No. 8 Itroail street.
?pUEST MORTGAGE TWENTY-YEAR
SEVEN PER CENT. BONDS
OP TUG
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD
COMPANY.
I'lUNCirAL AND INTEREST PAYARLE IN NEW' YORE.
These bomls arc secured hy a FIRST MORT?
GAGE ON THE ROAD, Iscludiiig its outfit mid
equipment. Thc Trustees aro JAMES ROHB, of
Now York; WILLIAM AIKEN uud GKORGEW.
WILLIAMS, of South Condina.
This Road is 105 miles In length, connecting thc
Cities of Savannah and Charleston, and is Lu im?
portant link of through travel from thc North to
Georgia, Florida and Hie Gulf States. The whole
Road will bc In completo running order by thc
first or December.
This loan ls at thc rate or only $5000 per mlle,
which is less than thc cost of thc Iron, and ls a
first-class security in every respect.
These bonds are eircrcd for thc present at
EIGHTY CENTS on the dollar, by thc SOUTH
CAROLINA LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY, No. 10
Broad street. THOMAS R. WARING,
oem wfm Cashier.
E
U \V A RD L O W N D E S
BROKER, Ko. t ll ROAD STREET,
Buys and sells on commission. Bonds, Stocks,
Bank Bills, and Securities ol' ail kinds. Thc high?
est m ar kei prices obtained.
Any Inroruinilon desired, by letter or otherwise,
will be cheerfully given. Apply us above at No.
1 Broad street, or throiiiih Dosi oillce Box 307.
Will also attend to Ilm Investmente of inonev in
large ami small amounts.
REFERENCE*.-Wagner, Huger A Co., Reeder A
Davis, (!. A. Ti '?niiuiin .V Soil, W. C. Ree A Co.,
Thomas E. Waring, Cashier Smith Carolina Loan
and Trust Company: Prizer. Rodgers A Co.. J. D.
Aiken and Co., George ll. Walter A Co.. Collen,
Hatickcl A Co., Andrew Siiuoxds, President First
National Bank. sept-Jl 2mos iuc
-f anni ?nobs, Sire.
Once s .IM If wc dUly*kncw where the resident
citizens made their purchases there we should get
well served. To such wc otter
A DIRECTORY.
Thc ladles who desire thc latest styles of fash?
ionable Head Dressing, curls, Chignons or
Braids, Co to M. k A. ASHTON.
The gentlemen who desire to bo presentable in
Adonis attire, lor Wigs,
00 lo M. A A. ASHTON.
Alt who desire thc beat Kerman Colognes,
Od to M. A A. ASHTON.
For Diadem or Coronal Com??, all
rio lo M. A A. ASHTON.
Those who require Hie best Extracts,
Co tu M. & A. ASHTON.
Every one who desires good Hair Brushes or
Combs, (?o to M. A A. ASHTON,
or uceesslty nil who require a good Tooth
Brush, Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
For genuine Talc de Voids, all must
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
For Hair Dyes and Regenerator.-, nearly alt
Go IO M. A A. ASHTON.
In fact, all who require genuine goods fioui the
following houses :
Soclctv Hygi?nique,
Lublu's,
Cnwdray's,
Pi vcr,
Guerlain,
Henry A Dcmarson,
.Haney's, )
~: Atkinson's,
sj.tosncli's,
-ILowe A Sons,
o I Yardley,
Rowlands A Sons,
?Gowlauil,
As also, VcnLs Goods In their linc from every
reputable manufacturer in tho Slates,
Go to M. A A. ASHTON,
No. 210 King street,
novl Five doors from Market street.
Sailormg, &t.
Q LO T il INC TAILORING
' AND
FURNISHING GOODS.
MRNKE A MULLER,
No. 325 KINO STREET,
Throe Doors below Liberty street.
Have Just received omi opened a largo nnd fine
assortment of Men's Youths' and Boy's CLOTH?
ING, FURNISHING ROODS, Ac. Consisting of
Elegant OVERCOATS. Business and Dress Snits,
Wli?tc nnd Colored Shirts, Underwear Goods, Ac,
E.iglirih and Domestic Hair HOSP, Alexander's
and Couvlslur's Kid Cloves, Buckskin, Doeskin,
Calfskin: Cloth, Cusslmero, Tweed; Silk and
Thread Gloves, Linen sud Paper Collars, Cravats,
Neck Ties, Pocket llundkorchlofs, Suspenders,
Umbrellas, Ac.
Also, a largo and well assorted stock of BROAD?
CLOTH, CASSI M HU ll, DOESKIN, UK A V B ll
CLOTH, .Vc, a largo variety of the new style Pants
and Test Patterns, which wc oiTor to sell by piece,
yard or pattern, or make up luto garments by
measure, In tho latest styles.
Our stock has boca select ml with great caro,
and prices marked very low, in pin lu figures.
Being conlldont thal wo can offer inducements
unequalled by any oilier hnuac, wc solicit buyers
In our lino to give us a call before purchasing
elsewhere.
All orders will rcoolvo our prompt and very
careful attention.
Entire satisfaction ls guaranteed,
octll mwRtmos
JJ OLMES & MACBETH,
No. 30 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER, BK AL ESTATE
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will attend to Renting and Collecting or Rents
and purchase and ?nie of Stocks, Bonds, Gold,
Silver and Kcal Estate.
A I.'IO,
To the Purchase of Goods and Supplies for par?
ties in tho country upon roasonablo terms,
o KOROR L. HOLMES.AI.KXANUKU MACBETH.
jniiT lyr_
g'UPERIOR COLOGNE WATER.
Manufactured and for salo by
Dr. H. BAER.
octo No. ita Meeting street.
Rmnocmcnis.
JJ I H K R N I A N ll ALL.
G ll A S ? T R s T I M O N I A L
TO
Mr. MARK READ mid Mba FLORENCE LA
n >xi>.
On whlcli occtiHlon Mr. RUO KN K ll. CRAMER omi
a well known Amateur of this elly win appear
for this Hmo only.
Mrs. MARK RKAI) will make lier Uni appear
anco on nuy stage.
THURSDAY KVKNINO, NOVEMBER I. 1800,
Two clorions piceos,
TIM: VETERAN, OR Tin: CONSCRIPT OF ISM,
In lwo nets.
After which Comic Song hy a volunteer, "Sham
UH O'Jlricu," E. ll. CKAMKR.
To concit?lo wini tho screaming farce entitled
TWO O'CLOCK IN Tili; MORNING.
Admission: Parquette, ft; t:allerv, cents;
Colored Gallery, 50cents, seats can" lie secured
?luring tito day at Holmes' nuuk store, corner or
King and Wentworth streets. Tickets for salo at
?Var Stands ol' I lie principal Hotels. nova
c
O M P L I M E N T A H V JJ IS N K FIT.
CHARLESTON, November 1, lS'W.
To MP. Marie Rmi! ami Miss Fionna in Fond:
We, ibo undersigned, citizens or Charleston,
having n true appreciation or your ability as ai
tistes, and liebig fully acquainted with tho mis?
fortunes of last week, do hereby respectfully ten?
der you a Complimentary Ucnetlt, to laka place
on any evening you may bc pleased to designate.
'ishliig you better success In thc future, we beg
to remaiu, respect fully yours,
JOHN CHADWICK, Academy of MUJlC.
RODERT HAMILTON, Pavilion Hotel,
fi. W. PARKER, Mills House.
J. W. SHERMAN.
Col. C. K. SMITH.
KOWARI) K. STONE, U. S. N.
W. KNOX.
JOHN ll. DEVEREUX.
JOHN O'NEILL.
A. BUTTERFIELD, Charleston Hotel.
0 KORO E TIRRELL.
JOHN A. MOHOSO.
II. BOINEAU.
Messrs. CliatVrtck, Hamilton, Parker, awl
others :
ni: \K Sins-Your note tendering us a Compli?
mentary Benefit ls received. Wc lieg leave to
lame Thursday Evening, November 4lh, on which
occasion wc will usc our best ctl'orts to please you.
With many thanks for your kindness, wc remain,
Your obedicut servants,
MARK READ.
nov2 3 .FLORENCE LA FOND.
Stones, llangce, &r.
TOVES AT WHOLESALE.
S
THE UNDERSIGNED, SUCCESSORS OF HOR?
TON A SHEPHERD, HAVE RESUMED THEIR
TRADE IN STOVES, AS WHOLESALE DEALERS,
IN CONNECTION WITH THEIR OTHER UUSI
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, RANGES AND HEATING
STOVES AT A CLOSE APPROXIMATION TO
FOUNDRY PRICES.
THE COOKING STOVES AND RANGES ARK
SOLD WITH OR WITHOUT FURNITURE-SOME
OF THEM ARE DESIGNED TO OPERATE WITH?
OUT THE Alli OP CHIMNEYS IP NECESSARY
AND ALL ARE GUARANTEED TO DAKE PROP?
ERLY, IP SET UP AS DIRECTED.
THE RANGES ARE UNUSUALLY LOW IN
PRICK-HAVE SIX BOILER OPENINGS .VXD
DOUULE OVENS, THOUGH RUT A SINGLE
1*1 Pt* VXD NEED NO PRICK-WORK TO SET
IgUEM IT. *
THE STOCK OF HEATING STOVES EMBRACES
CAST-IRON AIR-TIGHTS, RUSSIA-IRON AIR
TIGHTS, SIX-PLATE OR BOX STOVES, kc.
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES AND TRICES
WILL BE FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION.
WM. SHEPHERD te CO.,
No. 2 4 II AYN E STREET,
CHARLESTON S. C.,
J
A PANNED TIN- W A It E
AT WHOLESALE.
WM. SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 84 IIAYXE STREET.
(^TAMPED T I N - W A R E
AT WHOLESALE.
WM. SHEPHERD A CO.,
_No. 24 IIAYXE STREET._
jpRENCn RETINNEU IKON - WAKE
AT WHOLESALE.
WM. SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 24 IIAYNE STREET.
B
ELLEVILLE COPPER
ROLLING MILLS.
AGENTS IN CHARLESTON:
WM. SHEPHERD & 00.
No. 24 nAYNE STREET.
D 11
HDVD ?00?3,
Y GOODS
FOR
FALL AND WINTER.
MELCHERS & MULLER,
No. 217 KING STREET,
Have thc pleasure to Inform their friends and
customers that they have opened a most elegant
and carefully selected
STOCK OF DRY OOODS,
Suitable fur thc present and coming season.
They also ueg leave to call thc attention of buy?
ers to their largo and well selected stock of
BLACK DRESS GOODS, SILKS, Ac.
Respectfully,
MELCHERS & MULLER,
oem mwf imo No. 217 KINO STREET.
H.
Dato, ?Tapo, Ut.
H. WILLIAMS,
HAT BAZAAR,
KO. 343 KING STREET,
Opposite thc Big Boot,
Takes pleasure in announcing to hut friends and
thc public generally, that .he hos opened a com?
plete stock of Gents', Youths' and Boys*
II ATS AND CAPS,
Of thc latest styles, to which ho would invite their
attention before purchasing elsewhere, knowing
that he will give full satisfaction In both quality
and price.
Just received, a beautiful stylo of SILK HAT. A
call ls solicited. oct20
(?voccrico, tiqm.
Y)KY SALTED SHOULDERS, SIDES, kn.
2'> boxes 1). S. SHOULDERS
o innis. LongCh-ur siiicx
la H?rem sugar cmcd lluma
:<<> lulis I'ure I,an)
?? I ?oxes Adamantine Candles
234 bbl*. Kuper, Kin? nml Middling flour.
? it-i received mul rm- mil? hy
_HPV? I _ ll. & A. V. CALDWELL.
1^ L' K F , P l) lt K , TO N <V U E S ,
or Alhurgcr's choice packing, Josi lauding from
Steamship J. w. Kvcnuun, Kor Kale by
JOHN A Tl I KO. IIKTTV,
nova l _Xorili Ailuntlo Wharf.
L O ? R ! F L O ? R !
F
Just landing from Steamship J. w. Kvermaa
.joo Idilri. FLOUR, "Vcnungo .vms"
loo UtMM, Klour, "White Oak .Mills'"
loo bbls. Flour, "Rank Milts"
HO bbls. Flour, "Ragle Mills."
For sale by JOHN A Tl I KO. OKTTY,
nova I_North Ailnntle Wharr.
Q O A L ! COAL! CO ALI
330 lons Red Ash COAL. Hgt; and Stove sizes
pargo schooner John M. Kroman, ilallv expected
11 om Philadelphia, ?iud Tor sale by
ll. F. HAKKU A CO.,
Coal Yard, No. 'Jo Cuuihcrli'iid street.
nova -i
LO UK! FLOUR ! FLOUR !
:>uo ??his. Fine. Super, Kura and Family FLOUR,
Just received rrom Halt ?moro.
For sale by T. J. KKRR A CO.
_novU :i_
p 1 G I lt ? N .
00 tons No. 1 GLENGAI! NOCK rio I HON, land?
ing O om British ship Duke of Wellington, Tor sale
by
linv2 2_RAVRNF.L A CO.
QBVEN THOUSAND
SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT.
Now landing rrom British ship Duke of Wel?
lington. For sale in lota to suit purchasers.
I novl fl GF.O. W. WILLIAMS A CO.
Q. U M N Y OL O TH
too balea, extra weight, In store, and for sale
low in lois to suil purchasers, by
E. LAFITTE A co., No. 20 Broad street.
oct27 wm _
I VER POOL SALT AFLOAT.
-meo sacks Liverpool SALT, Just arrived per
st earner Harlen, in large and superior seamless
sacks. For sale, ex steamer, at lowest market
price, by ROUT. MURU A CO?
PIES_Boyce's Wharf.
TVIVERPOOL SALT!
cooo sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, direct from Liv?
erpool-large and full sacks.
For sale at lowest market prices, bv
oct26_T. .1. KKRR A CO.
Jg ALL ANTING ft: SON'S PALE ALE.
Weekly supplies of thc above superior brand,
lu barrels and half barrets. For sale by
W. U. CHAPEE A CO.,
OCtll Imo_No. 207 Kast Hay Street.-'
jy? ARENGO
CURES FEVER AND AGUE.
THE FINEST TONIC IN THE WORLD.
ja/yFor sale by all Druggists.
C. J. LUU-N, Agent,
Druggist,
Corner King and John street,
sept 17 3mos_Charleston, S. C.
LO MON'S ?? 1 T T E ll S
ARE FOR SALE BY
D r s. RAOUL & L Y N A H,
At Wholesale and Retail,
CORNER KING AND MARKET STREETS.
soptl7 3raos
luiscellancons.
J L. SHEPPARD
PRODUCE BROKER.
Will attend to thc Purchase and Shipping (
COTTON, RICE and General Merchandise.
Ofllcc at Messrs. COU KN, II ANCE EL A CO., Ni
40 Ksst Bay. _nov2
^OLOMON'S BITTERS
ACCOMPLISH ALL THEY PROMISE.
For sale at
septl7 amos_RAOUL A LYNAH'S.
JQ O Y O U - W I S H
TO PREVENT YOUR
CHILL AND FEVER?
septi7 3moa USE SOLOMONS' BITTERS.
c
_J&rte.
II R O M O S !
Thc largest and finest assortment of
CHROMO LITHOGRAPHS
AND
ENGRAVINGS,
Ever brought to this city, now on exhibition and
for salo at New York prices, at
QUINBY A CO.'S Photograph GoBtry,
No. 261 King street,
Charleston, S. C.
PHOTOGRAPHS.
PHOTOGRAPHS taken in ovcry stylo.
Entire satisfaction In all cases guaranteed.
QUINBY & CO.
oct4 imo
ii UGH vane c.
ROOKLYN
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
B
Assets ovor.$1,101,000
Issnes all kinds of Life and Endowment Poli?
cies. Dividends annually In ensh. Only Com
pnny having the Dcflnlto Guaranteed Surrender
Value Plan Policies, world-wide. Second to no
Company in tho United States for stability, libe?
rality and economy.
ornoo No. 141 Broadway, Now York.
CHRISTIAN W. BUCK, President.
WILLIAM ii. COLB, Secretary.
State Ag uti cy No. ss Broad-street, second floor.
Local and Canvassing Agents wan to?i through?
out tho State.
Apply In ponton or_by lotttr to
JAMES G. HOLMES, JR.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Jnlyl2 rawfomos
Q. IBBES A BARNWELL,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SAVANNAH, QA.
Advances made on Consignments of Colton,
Rice, Ac, to Foreign and Domestic markets.
ALLEN fl. GIIIBE8. AwTnon BARNWELL.
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