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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1889.
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If Ii IV S OJ-' TH JJ HA.T.
-In New York, yesterday, cotton closed
qnict; middlings i&)ic.
-In Liverpool cotton closed firm: uplands ll,'?
oil*? il, Orleans lljfallftd; sales l?.ooo bales.
-Tho Wholo oftho Russian army ls to bc pro?
vided with breech-loaders.
-Thc Roanoke River at Weldon, N. C., is lower
than lt luis been in thirty years before.
-The cultivation of Ute cork tree un a small
scale, ns un experiment, lins proved ti Bucees* lu
Eastern North Carolina.
-A colored man lately died lu North Carolina
from thc sting of a hornet. Ile lived only twenty
minutes after the attack.
-C. C. Spencer, a well-known auctiouecr of
Louisville, Ky, fell dead in thc street ou Satur?
day, from heart disease.
-The Legislative Chamber or Prussia bnvc Ax?
ed thc agc or civil majority al 21*. Before it varied
all thc way from IS to 2G.
-Thc Coliseum is outdone by thc building for
thc Macon (Ga.) fair. That struct ure Is seven hun?
dred and twenty feet long.
-A Canadian alderman, at whose house Prince
Arthur stayed two days, sent In a bill or $2.?OO
for his Highness* board and lodging.
-A single manufactory of chloroform In Edin?
burgh makes sooo doses a day, or between 2,000,
000 and .'5,000,000 of doses every year.
-Sixty-one bodies of thc victims of thc "Stone?
wall" steamboat disaster have becu recovered.
None of thc olllcers have been round.
-English tradesmen who stencil their adver?
tisements on thc pavements, are to bc prosecuted
for dishonoring thc llritish ring-so says Judy.
-Letters arc sent to sonic of the farmers or
California, threatening the destruction or thelr
property if they continue to employ Chinese
-Thc mi.jovlty of Fuirchild, Republican Gover?
nor elect, or Wisconsin, ls ?ooo. Thc Assembly
stands: 54 Republicans, 30 Democrats and 2 Inde?
-There ?ire one hundred and thirty pupils in
the North Carolina Deaf, Dumb and Blind Insti?
tute, or whom forty-lhreo ar<> blind and eighty
seven deaf and dumb.
1:1 imp Lynch, of Charleston, S. C., confirmed
seven hundred and seventy pursuits at tho Church
of thc Immaculate Conception, New York, on
Sunday, all but (My of them being children.
-Thc Turkish Government has at last made the
concession ur allowing commercial ships to leave
thc Eosphorus mid thc Dardanelles ut night.
But lt does not allow them to enter after dark.
-Thc English shipbuilders arc paying spcriO]
attention to thc construction of vessels suitable
tor navigating thc Sue/. Canal. Thc first one,
which draws twenty feet, sniied for Port Said 011
Monday, from Liverpool.
-Tho squadron of the Cent Gardes, composed
of thirteen olllcors mid two hundred mid eighteen
men, costs thc French War Department $00,000 a
year. Half the squadron ls lu personal atten?
dance 011 thc Empress, and half on thc Emperor.
-The pre pon d er.inee of testimony obtained by
thc House Committee on Foreign Affairs, lu rela?
tion to thc Paraguayan dinicultlcs, is against Lo?
pez. It ls believed, however, that there will be
two reports to Congress upholding opposite cou
-The President of thc Spanish Cortes gave a
banquet to the Amorlcnn minister on Sunday
night, at which sundry distinguished persons par?
ticipated, and, "from thc' interchange or viows
which was lind on thc occasion, Important results
-A witness in thc customhouse fraud rase nt
New York has figured up thc profits of Howard,
one ol thc purtles under examination, at two hun?
dred and inty thousand dollars, which amount
was ten per cent, on tho total amount of claims
fraudulently passed by him.
-Two Hindoo merchants, named Mooljce
Thackeray and TnolaliWsa Jadavjcc, arc on a
visit to this country for Hie purpose or encourag?
ing direct trade between Hie United Stales nnd
their country. They propose to enter into busi?
ness relations, U they Dud it possible, and will
visit the cotton-growing districts of the South to
Inspect tho -owl h nf the celebrated son Islands
and long staples, ami possibly lo lake aced to In?
dia, where not liing bul the short staple la known.
Tltoy hnve received a good deal or attention 111
New York. They will next visit thc West, mid
then go South.
-Tho rumor rn is that a now army law will
Bhortly be promulgated lu Prance. Tho Nutionul
Guard, long so lamons, will bc suppressed, say
those who profesa to know, and lt win bo assorted
that all citizens own military service to the coun?
try. Exemptions are lo bu more frequent thmi at
present, tho alt nation of the tinnily being oftener
an excuse than at present. Thc period or service
will bo reduced to three years, lt la now a frac?
tion under nine, censor Ipi lon yearly will bo pre?
served. All tho young men who have completed
their twentieth year In thu evolve mouth before
tho conscription will bu divided into two categ??
rica. Thc Ural, comprising lOO.ono mon yearly,
will bo drafted Into active servlco. Tho second
will comprise a reserve not held to regular mili?
tary duty, but liable tn bc called at any time.
Service tu Ilma nf war does not admit of substi?
-On .Sunday Hiero was a largo assemblage or
Latter Day Saints at the Froo church (Mormon)
In Brooklyn, N. T., on tho ocoasion of a Hormou
hy Bider Theodore Cartis, of Sall Lnko Olly, who
arrived on Saturday night. Tho Now York Times
says: "Many of those prcscul wore young and
handsome Welsh girls, besides a number or per?
lons who had Just come from England, and who
are walling hero for an opportunity to pursue
ihelr journey to the 'valley or tho mountains.'
Hider Polls, an Englishman, and tho presiding
OlUccr, received the brethren and sisters as they
entered, and lo each extended a cordial welcome,
conduct ins the women to sean in the body of
the church, aud Hie elders, or whom there were
more than a score, lo seals upon a raised dais, on
which was also Hie reading desk. Previous lo Hie
connon, tho communion was administered, bread
and waler being used, ami the congregation
sluging all t he while their peculiar religious songs.
Kider Curtis afterwards delivered a sermon in do?
rolice or polygamy."
Thr Situation in Prance.
Tlie twenty-eight opposition French dep?
uties who deuuind "tho righi o? Uto people
"to govern themselves," ?ire considerate
enough to say that they will use. peaceful
means "unless an attempt Is mode to silence
..them by force." However brave their
words, and however great; their apparent
moderation, these deputies know perfectly
well that none but peaceful modes or action
are within their power, ?ind that tho Man of
Destiny has borne anti forborne HO long,
that the eighty thousand men who garrison
Paris will hardly be. marched out lo silence
by force even twenty-eight proclaimer.-! of
orptal rights lind freedom.
Tho policy of ago ls not the policy of youth.
Napoleon reflects, anti doubts because ho
redec?s. The hesitation with which hu is
charged may well be due, moro to an anx?
ious pondering of Ute dtlllcullios of the situ?
ation than to a paralysis of tho energy and
nerve which inspired him eighteen years
ugo. For months past tho Emperor has
Allowed the tongue anti the pen full swing.
The restrictions on the press and thc right
of meeting in public have become u dead
lotter, and ?us was expected, both journalists
and mob orators make up for their long si?
lence by a revolting display of coarseness
and indecency. Gleeful parngraphists wrote
with brutal joy of the "mortal sickness" of
thc.Emporor; they insulted the bones of his
motlier and assailed tho honor of bis wife.
And yet Napoleon lins not, us ho might have
done, crushed out the revilers; nor has he
dispersed with thc bayonet tho meetings of
curb and gutter. Itochcfort, himself, is not
allowed thc honors of martyrdom, but is
permitted to return to tho capital and bo
come a candidato Tor tho Corjys L?gislatif.
In this way the Emperor has shown thc peo?
ple al large that popular leaders know not tho
distinction between liberty und license, and
that thc men who aro dangerous when threat?
ened with Cayenne or the guillotine, am
harmless tis sucking doves when tho odicial
hand is not raised against them. Tho pinch
of powder confined in tho crevice of the
rock may shatter tho mass lo lite base;
touched off in free ?tir, it may scatter the
surface dust, but ila breaking powor is
It was not lo be expected thal tho most
violent members of thc opposition, when
freed from all restraint, would contine them?
selves io words. They did attempt to lire
thc Parisian heart and mi ice thc Faubourgs
ripe for revolution. When tho 26th October
dawned Paris was Ulled with veteran sol?
diery. There was no concealment about it.
Before the decisive moment came, tho clank of
the cavalry, tho tramp of tho infantry, tho
rumble of the artillery were heard by all
Paris-by St. Antoino us well as by St. Ger?
maine. The Emperor showed- his strength,
and thc opposition demonstration was con
lined lo un harangue in the Place Vendome
by a half crazy citizen. Thc bourgeoisie,
the rentiers-or holders of government bonds
and slocks-all who had something lo loso
by anarchy and riot, felt Hitit they had a
ruler who, whatever his faults, could give
security lo their homes and save their proji
crty from destruction.
We do not look for a new and bloody Rev?
olution. The holders of the public funds, num?
bered hy millions, nil the property-holders
in the towns, and thu land-owners in the
country, dread, whether they bc Napoleon?
ist, Orleanist or Republican, a violent change
of dynasty. Thc opposition is not strong
enough lo defeat thc government in the
Chambers, yet it can do much to embarrass
the Ministers, and can, ii it will, secure the
adoption of indispensable reforms. Nor is
thc Emperor disposed to be stubborn, lt is
announced that bc will select as Minister "a
"man who can command the support of a
"majority of the Corps." This man will bc
hard to lind; but Napoleon may deem it
safer to throw some responsibility upon the
Chambers, so as lo secura in advance an
excuse for such action as may be necessary
in case of a new rapture.
Thc danger of Die situation lies in thc fact
that the prestige of tho Emperor is on the
wane. Mexico und Sadowa arc not forgot?
ten; nor the boyhood of tho Princo Impe?
rial; nor the ul tram on tunis m of the Em?
press. With thc French, ns willi thc rest of
thc world, to be successful is to bo great.
They care little for the potentate whose
sceptre 1B a distaff; nor have they any fool- ;
ing save contempt for tho royal victim of
misfortune. They require that France shall
I bc prosperous tit home and honored and
feared abroad, and may now begin to doubt
whether Napoleon can give them thc fullness
of their hear is' desire.
Now, if Ibero had only been a Scott, and
a Hubbard, and a constabulary, armed with
Winchester l ilies, in Dacotnh Territory, Gov?
ernor McDougall wou'd not have been driven
across tho border. The fugitivo Governor
ia calling for troops, and wo suggest that
"Ills Excellency," with Hubbard and all his
men, bundle off ot once to tho far North?
west. "Ills Excellency" has made money,
and, judging hy his big words, sighs for
martial glory. We will take the bravo Mc?
Dougall, "(insight unseen," nor foar to loso
by thc chango.
OUR Sumter correspondent speaks wilh
deep feeling of the stealing of colt in by ne?
groes in Sumter County. This eternal theft
is tis injurious to thc honest negro ns to tho
white mun. Wu shull sue whether thc Gen?
eral Assembly will do anything to save our
P opie from tho depredations of tho mid?
TUB Convention of tho Di tricl ''urvivors'
Association if tho ; tato hold or tho pur?
pose of orgaiilxin . a Stale Association will
convTQo in the South carolina Hall, at 1
o'clock to-day. ft Is expected that at oust
one-half nf (ho uto will bo represented
by regular delegates.
Thc I'rm? of ?bc South.
Tho South hua quito enough newspapers.
I mimi, it may bo questioned whether it hus
not already more of them than, with its pre?
sent population, it can fuirly support. What
wo (lo wunl. is timi tho pupers Ibal we have
should bo stronger in-resources and circula?
tion, and helter and more enterprising me?
diums nf popular intelligence than tiley now
ure. Houco it is always with satisfaction
thal wo seo two of our contemporaries com?
bining their capital, itillunnoo and business,
lo tomi a singlo press, which must needs lie,
in power, altility and management, the supe?
rior of either, while in tho number of its
readers, the value of its advertisements, and
thu amount of its profits, it is likely lo out?
strip both. A notable institu?e of this kind
is furnished by tho Louisville Courier-Jour
nul, willed, uniting tbo strongth of two rival
and well-established newspapers, hus, in thc
course of a twelvemonth, become perhaps
tho most powerful and profitable journal in
tho Southwest. A similar consolidation has
just occurred in Macon, Thc Journal und
Messenger and The Telegraph having link?
ed their fortunes, Ute combined Issue lo he
known OK Tho Telegraph awi Messenger.
They were holli allie, popular und prosper?
ous papers, and thc combination, we aro
sure, will bo a happy one alike for readers,
advertisers and publishers.
Tho outlay required lo BUB tu in a good
daily newspaper, now-u-days, is immense;
and lu all cases where tho income ia inad??
quate or precarious, proprietors would do u
sensible thing to club their means, abilities
and hopes in n common venturo.
Tile Bank or Cliarlcaton.
We arc authorized to say that tho surplus
fund of the Hunk of CliatlesUin, after pro
riding for all liabilities, amounts to $824,400,
the securities bold by thc bank being valued
at the prices of the day. Tho surplus, us
above staled, is equal to $25 a share on thc
capital of tho bunk. An ollicinl statement
of the tillairs of thc bunk is about lo be
made to Hie Comptroller-General.
A linell? ni Mug intrate.
One of Governor Scott'a magistrates in
Marion County has issued tho following
Stale of South Carolina!
County of Marion \
wharas Complain t lias
bean mndc unto mc Hy Jack Lane that Citais
Taylor ls in deblcd to the said Jack Lune and
others in tho sum of Kighty dollars with In?
trust from thu dale of the. subscription unto
lo any Lawful oilicer yu ar Comanded to Hum?
ons lite said Charles taylor by Leaveing a (Nip?
py of this with tlio said Chales taylor or Invit?
ing Ute same ut his lions to nppoarbetor me or
Kitinolher Lawful Magistrate of Cte saitl Coun?
ty lo anser to plec of debt prolerd by Jack
Lane given under my band and seal
this the '28 day oToCt 1889
W W Tucker Magistrate
HTATKIIKNT OF ACCOUNT.
Charles taylor to Jack l.ane and others
services performed Debebtlng thefts $0
with intrust, fro m the (lute ofsnhcrlptton
Tho South Carolina Radicals ure not
strong on spell i mr. And if their morals aro
only as bad as their grammar-!
Tun Quarterly Itccicw, in ita articlo on
tho Byron Mystery, omitted only one thing
which would have rendered tho contradic?
tion of Mrs. Stowe .complote. Thal one
Hiing is now supplied in a second edition of
Thc Retient, from which we learn that Hie
charge which Mrs. Stowe represents Lady
Byron to have mnde, was "named by Lord
"Broughton, anti distinctly disclaimed by
"Mr. Wilmot llotion on behalf of Lord By
"ron." Thc conclusion arrived at by the
reviewer is, that "if wc assume the charge
"to bc false, we at all events clear Mrs.
"Leigh. But if the charge, was well found
"od, or oven if Lady Byron believed il lo bu
"well founded, wo do not clear her. She
"still standa self-convicted or a prolonged
"course of dissimulation and hypocrisy,
"which is more likely lo milka angels weep
"llian hail her a spotless member of the
DON PIATT, of Ute Cincinnati Commercial,
says: "My friend and former comrade, the
"Hon. LafayeLlc Uoge, M. C., who went to
"South Carolina willi ti haversack and rc
"turnotl willi a enrpet-bug, elected by a ma
"jnrili/ pf throe thousand against him, re?
quested mc to sec thc Hon. Wm. Spraguc,
"touching certain interests of said State,
"where thc Hon. William S. holds large real
'.estate. * * * *
"Tho senator disposed of the proposition I
"carried from thc immortal State of South
"Carolina in a few words, running over witli
"practical common sense." Nothing morel
Columbia Canal, according to Sprague,
TUB people of Sumter condemn tho action
of tho men who burned out n dealer In seed
cotton, but want to know why "His Exccl
.loncy" docs not offer rewards for the ap?
prehension of thoso who burn down thc
barns nnd ginhouscs of persons who arc
not Itndicals. Dons thc Governor regard
thc ollonce nts ti brenking of tho law, or os a
sin against tho Radical party ? Tho home?
less und coltonlcss want to know.
AcnonniNO to Ibo proclamations of Presi?
dent Grant nnd Governor Scott, to-day is to
bo observed ns thanksgiving day. Tim
Nitws will, of course, bo published as usual
Wu print this morning a frank, tcmpcrato
und sensible loiter from Ibo lion. W. S.
11 en urey, upon tho relations of labor and
Notices in Dmikniptcrj.
I'M TUR DISTRICT COD RT OP TUB
DMITRI! STATUS, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA_
October Tenn, I860.-in tho mutter of I'KTKIt P.
t'A I,MIHI, of 8. John's Itorkelcy, bankrupt.-Peti?
tum for rilli and llnal Discharge in bankruptcy.
ordered, that a hearing bc hail on. lite 3d day of
December, A. D. 1869, at thu Federal Courthouse
in Columbia, S. C.; and Unit ail Creditors, Ac, of
said bankrupt appear at said limo uud place, ami
show cause, if any they can, why tho prayer of
Um Petitioner should not tie granted.
Uv order of tho Court, thc nu h dav of Ncvuinbor,
A? li. 1861?. DANI KL HORLIIKCK,
Clerk of thc District Court of thu Unlied Slates,
for South Carolina nevil th3
I L L I A M M. LAWTON
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MFttCHANT,
No. in Moves'.-. wtiAitr.
Bxtra Heavy Sea Island PACO I Ntl AND TWINK
for sale. Advances made on Produce tn haud.
WANTS OP ALL KINDS CAN BK
nimio known to everybody lu UIIH column
nt the rate of it) cents for twenty words or less,
each Insertion, If paid in nil vance.
WANTED, A YOUNG OOLOUBO WO?
MAN to do Cooking and Housework for a
small family. Apply at No. H Felix street,
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A GOOD
lemah' Cook, also II Girl lo do housework.
Recommendations required. Apply ul No. ls?
Medina; street. nov IT 2*
"\JC7" A N T VJ D TO 1HIY OU KENT, A
Vt i niall IIUUHK about len or ifflocn min
otes1 walk lioin Hie Did Post?nico. A|iply ut this
uiPcc. nov 17 2*
"VCTANTED, A CAPABLE WHITE OB
TV COLOHKD WOMAN M nurse to tin infitul
and lo superintend children; to one fully compe?
tent liberal wages will bc paid; must como well
recommended. Apply between tlie hours of n
ami I, at No. 121 Coining street, opposite/ St.
I'uul's i 'lim eli._nor 17 I
WANTED TO IIIKB, A MIDDLE AO lil)
v, tule woman, lo cook and wash. Apply
at residence on Lot of German Friendly Society,
Archdale street, between Wost, and Magazine,
WANTED TO IUBE, A YY1UTH WO?
MAN to Cook and Wash for a small fami?
ly; must also understand milking cows; fair
wages will lie given to one who will suit. Apply
immediately ul No. 4S Cannon street. noviu
WANTED.-A YOUNG M A1MIED MAN,
.js years old, would like lo lake charge of
a large Cotton Plantation, tn tho State of South
Carolina. Any one in want of a good, faithful
Overseer, will do well lo address tho undersigned.
Cull give Hm lust of references. Good steady
habits, and liol troubled willi politics. Address,
for two mouths, I*. W. HOWARDS, Portland,
Maine. novio lino*
WANTED, A SITUATION AS CLERK,
In a Wholesale Drug Store, or a large Kc
I nil and Prescription Drugstore. No objection lo
go lu the >. mnliy. Will expect but. a small com?
pensatio'i at llrsl. The applicant is a r'adu.ile of
thu .Sont a Carolina Medical College. Address M.
I)., through Hie Postolllce._octo
ANTED, A ll O ? 8 B, NEAR Tlll'3
central part or thc city, containing liva or
six rooms, with ginni outbuildings uud water.
Address o. at tMsOnice._sepias
A~(?l?N^^'~\?TI?D EVERY WI I URE TO
sell the American KNITTING MACH INK,
the only practical family Kuli ling Machine ever
Invented. Price $25. Will knit 20,(?oo stitches
pct minnie. Address American Knitting Machine
Company. lta?ton, Mass., r St. Louis, Mu.
W"X?TED, EVERYBODY TO KNOW
thai JOH PRINTING of all kinds, plain
and ornamental, ls executed promptly In the
neatest sty lu and at Ute lowest Now York prices,
at Till News Job (lillee, No. 14* HAST HAY. Call
and examine the scalcof prices before giving your
WANTED! AGENTS.-TWO HUNDRED
mid Fifty Dollars per month, to sell tho
only Genuine Improved Common Sense Family
SF.WING MACIIINK. Price only $18. Great In?
ducements lo Agents. This is the most popular
Sewing Machine nf tho day -makes Um famous
"Klasiie Lock Stitch"-wilt do any kind ?if work
thal cnn be done on uny machine. One hundred
thousand sold and thc demand constantly In?
creasing. Now lathe lime to lake an agency.
Send Tor Circulars. oa~ Hewaro of lnfrltigers.-r?o,
Address sl a OM li ,v CO., Hoston, Mass.; Pitts?
burg. Pa., or St. lxmis, Mo. u01211 amos
HOUSES, FARMS, STORES, ROOMS,
ico., now vacant, can readily be rented by
advertising ihcm in Hi ls column. Thornie la SA
cents for twenty words or less, each Insertion, if
paid in advance.
mo BENT, l'A RT OF A HOUSE SIT
.JL UATKIi III Hie central part of the city. Ap*
ply ut this unit e. novis 4*
I7IOR LEASE. VACANT LO
Greenhill and 'fradd streets; 4.1 by ?io frei.
An excellent stand for n grocery. Apply to A. P.
GRAY. No. ;w Broad street,
novit thstu4?_ _
rill) RENT, PART OE A GENTEEL BESI
A. DKNCK. Also a furnished Room, located on
King street. Apply al Ibis outee. novias?
rpo RENT, A FINE STORE WITH PIX
_I_ TURKS for a grocery and bar-room, corner
Longitude Lano and Kasi Hay. To an approved
tennni rent will bo ?ID per month. Also, six
large square Rooms, with tire places, back pliuszaa
and cistern waler on every story. The rooms
will be rented ?Ingly if preferred. Inquire of Mr.
ROSK, on thc premise?. _ oclio
ROOMS TO RENT.-TiIREE~~UNFUIi
N?snI'D rooms In a residence pleasantly
situated in tho western pnrt of thc city. Terms
moderate. For further particulars, apply at No.
ll Doughty street, 0C112
REAL ESTATE OR PERSONA!-. BRO
PKKTYiifauy kimi may bu mivAcd for
sale In I lils column, al tho rale of Saltia ror
twenty words or less, each Insertion, If paid in
FOR SALE, THAT DESIRABLE RB8I
DKNCK. No. 118 South Hay. Apply lo H015
HHT BBB, No. 3 Ailger'a Wharf. oct? lb
IPRINTING BRESS FOR SALE AT A
. G il KAT 11A HG A1N.-One sm nil CyllnderTAY
LOR PRK8S lu complete repair, lt has been but
little used, and is sold simply because the present
owner bas no use. ?or lt. The size or the bed of
Hie Press ls forty-four by ilfty-oight inches. Said
Press will be sold al a great bargain if applied Hu?
nt once, ns Hie room it occupies ls wanted for
other purposes. Addi esss Hox No. ;1705 New York
?ost ?tib -fonn?.
LOST AND FOUND AGAIN.-IF YOU
have lost nnytJiliig, make it known to thc
public Ihrough this column. Tile rule for twenty
words ur less, each insertion, ls 25 cents, if paid
LOST, ON VANDERHOHST OR RUT
LKDGK BTRBKT, a Lady's Knamellcd Gold
Wutch and Chain. Thc Under will please leave it
at No. f> Rutledge street, and a suitable reward
will bc given._novis
FOUND, ON SATURDAY NIGHT, IN
Meeting street, a gold watch and chain. The
owner can obtain thc same by paying cxponsea
and applying at Tm: NKWS ofllcc. novl S
tanb for Sale.
LAND FOR SALE IN WILLIAMSBURG
CODNTY, S. C.-Tho valuable PLANTATION
of the late John H. Prcsstey, containing about 2000
acres,all uated lu thc Indiantown neighborhood,Im?
mediately on thc Georgetown railroad,and in seven
miles of water communication. T?tere aro near
live hundred acres inclosed and under cultiva?
tion. Thc balance of the Land ls heavily tlmhorcd
and well adapted to turpentine Thc place offers
linc facilities ror stock raising, as the pasture ls
abunduut both winter and summer. The dwell?
ing is painted, in completo order, contains nine
commodious rooms and extensive plazeas. All
outbuildings necessary tor a cotton lunn, in good
repair, and comfortable quarters for twenty la?
borers. This valuable place will be sold cheap if
disposed of lief o rc tho 20lh December. Parties
desiring to purchase will apply to mo in person at
Indiantown, or by mall, Kingstree, H. G.
J AM KM McCUTOHKN,
novio ni2*co_Agent for Bx ecu tore.
IFLORIDA LAND FOB SALE. - A
1 valuable PLANTATION of sso acres in Ma?
rion County, Florida, ls oiler ed at private sale,
about one hair cleared and under cultivation:
purl best hammock. This Plantation ls ono or
the most desirable lu lite Slate; la wrv produc?
tive for Cotton, Klee, Corn, Sugar, Vegetables,
.Le,.; also lino for Oranges and oilier Fruits; ls
located In one or thc healthiest and most plea?
sant neighborhoods In Hie Slate, being conveni?
ent ttl railroads, churches, A.c. Apply to A. H.
MULLIGAN, Colton Factor, Accommodation
Wharf. Charleston, S. C. novia
NIG HT SCHOOL.-THE SUBSCRIBER'S
NIGHT SCHOOL has been . opened in the
building or thc Catholic Parochial School, nu
limad street. Any further applications may be
made to Rev. F. J. QU1GLY, Pastor or tho Catho?
novl? muna JOHN GANNON.
JJ O R B A U M St JURS,
Have removed lo No. UT KINO street, five doors
below thou former slnnd, where limy will bo
pleased to seo their former patrons and friends,
and Hie public generally.
Mr. .Inrs hus um returned rrotu the Nnrlh willi
ii large an I well selected stock of Foreign and
Domestic Cloths, Heavers, Coatings, Doeskins,
Cassiiuero-i mid Vestings.
A i .so,
A lino a -..sortaient ?r Coins' Furnishing Goods,
which will hu sahl al a very small pruitt.
Geiillcin.Mi In winn of any of the above articles
will do woll to call horero purchasing elsewhere.
eetll m th
UNION KILWINNING LODGE NO. 4,
A. F. M.-Tho Regular Monthly Commun)
( nilon nf (lils I.niigc win bc holden ut Masonic
Hull Til?n (Thursday) KVKNIKU, isih Instant, ul 7
o'clock precisely. Tliu candidates Tor M. M. De
grce will be )utncluul. Itv oilier W. M.
AD. K. GIRSON,
rillAKLESTON TY BOG li A i'll M'A I.
y. J INION, No. Ali.-A Special Muting of Hil:;
Union will tn' belli al Hie Itcluling Conni, No. :;
Croad Hired, Tins(Thursday) KVKNINU, al ball.
UUHl fi o'clock.
Ity unter of thc President.
HOV IN t). AHAMS, Secretary.
OIIONIX PIRE UNOINK COMPANY.
I. At temi Hie Hegnlar Monthly Meeting of
your Cuiiipauy, THIS KVHMMI, al half-pusl 7
o'clock. Hy unter,
novia WALTER WU,I,IMAN, Sccrelary.
SURVIVORS' ASSOCIATION.--T ll E
Convention of the District Assoeiulioiis for
the puriiose of organizing . 1 Slate Association,
will bu hehl at the South Carolina Hall, in this
city. THIS DAY, (Thursilay,) at I o'clock P. M.
A Cotnpliuicnlary Supper will tie given to the
Delegates alhalf-paslho'clock HIM evening, al Hie
Mills House. JAMI;.-. ARMSTRONG, JU.,
HOV HI Secretary.
BANK OP CHARLESTON, CIIAELES
TON. NOVKMtlKR IB, IMS.-A Meeting
IH* the Stockholders of this Hank will bo hehl
on TUKHDAV next, the '?.'lil Instant, ul 12 o*clock
M., in thc Hall, upper pan or Hank Hiilhliug.
The Reports of the President anil Howl or Direc?
tors on the condition ami ailalrs of Hie Hank, will
be subiniiteil fur consideration.
novis s Cashier.
N?TK?R~???RSUANT TO TUE RESO?
LUTION adopted by Ute Hoard ol Directors,
a meeting of Hie Stockholders of Hie People*1
tank of South Carohiiu will be held et No. IO
Droad tareel, Hliiirlestun, on MONIUY, the '??Ht
? lay of November curren I, to take imo considera?
tion the provisions of the Act of Assembly, up
proved March lath, isn't, untitled "An act iii ena?
ble Hie Hanks of thc Stale lo renew business or 1
to place, them lu HipildaHon," and lodcierinmu
tho future policy of the Hank.
Hy order of the Hoard.
novlH 10 H. H. LOPER, Cashier.
II Ii MASONIC V ? 1 lt
(Inder Hie authority and approval of the M. W.
GRAND L0IM1K and M. K. GRAND ROYAL ARCH
?HAPTKR of tho Stale of South Carolina, will
open THIS DAY, at 2 o'clock, and continue open
until ft o'clock P. M.; will reopen at 7 o'clock and
close at ll o'clock P. M.
On THURSDAY*, thc IStti instant, the FAIR will
he oneil at l*? o'clock M., and am linne open until
11 o'clock P. M.
Contributions lo thc Refreshment and other ta?
bles will bo gratefully received and acknow?
Thc lower Saloon will he opened every night, nt
10 o'clock, for Cotillion ami Quadrille Parties, un?
der thu management and direction of the olllccrs j
or La Candeur and Walhalla Lodges, and a line
String Hand will bc In attendance.
Arrangements have been made tn transmit
Telegrams from thc Hall to all parts or the United
States, or by cable to Europe.
Telegraphic reports or thc cotton, gold and pro?
vision maricela can be procurred ut thc Telegraph
Olllccs in thc Hall every evening.
W. A. T. Mn Y MO:, P. M., President of lite Asso?
W. /.. ll. OAKI-S, P. M., Vlee-Presldent.
W. S. THOMAS, Jr., P. M., Chairman of Committee
Hro. S. K. Wui.cti, Treasurer.
Uro. R. E. HIIOWN, Secretary.
W. N. LKVIN, P. M. I A. LlSriHTKOM.
Uro. S. H. Roiici'its. I ]?:. K. HKIIKOHII.
Hro. W. L. KIM;. | J. W. 1'KTKILSKK.
Price of Admission to thc Pair, 39 cents: chil?
dren under 14 years or age, 15 cents. Season
Admission to Rall Room, one gentleman and
two ladles, ftO cents. Tickets can bc obtained al
the Hotels, Jewelry and Hook Stores, at the Hall,
and or thc Secretary, at his place or business. No.
-?-I Harne street.
?B~The Street Railway Company have very
kindly consented to allow their cara to await thc
closing of the Pair, each evening, for thc uecoin
modulion or Hie visitors._novis
ARO LINA RIFLE CLUB
The PIC NIC or this Club will take place Tins
MOUNINO, ut half-pas: 9 o'clock, at Payne's Farm.
W. F.. HUGF.R,
novl8 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
Sljirto ono iurnisliiiig ?nobs.
rjlHOS. H. BLACKWELL'S O
" GK NTL KM KN" R
& No. 21? KING STREUT,
fij One door below Market struct.
Thc best assortment of
IN TUE CITY.
R E S H ARRIVALS!
LATEST STYLES 1
COMFORT AULD PIT I
LOWEST PRICES t
S SCOTT'S S
S STAR SniRTS S
S AND COLLARS S
S READY MADE S
8 AND MADE S
8 TO ORDER. S
S - S
S MEN'S 8
8 FURNISHING S
S GOODS. S
S S %
AT TTIE GREAT SHIRT EMPORIUM !
LOOK FOR THE STAR SIGN,
NEARLY OPPOSITE MARKET ll ALU
xUiitcl)CG, ikun-lrn, &c.
ATCH ES! WATCHES!
WATCHES of tho best English, Swiss and
American manufacture, in Gold and Silver Cases,
at JAMES ALLAN'S,
noel m?nimo_No. .107 King strceL
JT?WIB L R Y i ;71 w ELBY I
An elegant assortment nf Ono half octa KAR j
RINGS, Hi oodles, Ac, at
nnvl mthlmo No. 307 King street.
QALIFORNIA VINEGAR BITTERS.
For Rale bj lin. IL RA KR,
nos ll No. 131 Meeting street.
(Groceries, Ciquoto, &c.
QtiOICH TWELVE YKARK OLD
VRLVKT WH IHK HY".
For sale br JOHN II. TOUNI,
nov 18 o . Nu. I2S Meeting street.
r unions, CIGARS, TOHAOCO, ,U-..
Just received, ii fresh supply of Kino LIQUORS,
HAVANA CHI A118, Smoking anti Chowing Tobac?
co, linen, cindee PrultH, Ac, Ac
l'or nab: by JuilN I! TOHN1,
nnvwi No. isa Meelina atreot.
(ffirjnro, (Tabacco, vVc.
LA it O R A I' I, O V UWANA
SKGAKS, . KICS OK TUB
S Th. : AG I.E.
I Imvo rccclveil Ilia foUowlng CICA HS. winch,
:m tbey were Imported under tin: prevailing low
premium on gold, I will sell al greatly reduced
I'AKTAIIAK, Lomir? s. la, 2a ami .in
Intlinldail, l.oinlres and ItrovoM
Wymaiin. Entreactos and llrevas
Column*, ItruVMH,Turon, Menudeos
Palo Alto, Umdrcs, Figaro
Londres de Curica and
figaro, llrevas Imperiales.
K. SCH UDDER.
Meeting street, opp -ile Mills House.
nov IS I
?lotu'G, Uiiugco, tl'c.
^ T O V E ri AT W II O L E S A L E .
TUB UNDERSIGNED, SUCCB.": 0 J3 OF HOR?
TON A SHEPHERD, HAW RESUMED Tn Kilt
TUA OK IM 8TOVB8, AS WHOLESALE DEALERS,
IN CONNKCTION WITH THKIlt OTU KR BUSI?
NESS, ANO ARU NOW FRKFARRO TO SUPPLY
OTU KR DRALRRS, FACTORS, MRRCUANTS AND
ALL TU 15 OUSTOMKRS OP TUB OLD IIOUSB
WITH TUR MOST AJ'PKOVKD UKSCRIPTIONS
OF COOKING STOVKS, RANCIOS AND H KATING
STOVES AT A CLOSE APPROXIMATION TO
TUE COOKING STOVES AND RANGES ARE
SOLD WITH OR WITHOUT FURNITURE-SOME
UP THEM ARR DESIGNED TO OPERATE WITH?
OUT THE AID OF CHIMNEYS IF NECESSARY
AND ALL ARK 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 NEBO NO B1UCK-WORK TO SET
THE STOCK OF HEATING STOVES EMBRACES
CAST-IRON AIR-TIGHTS, RUSSIA-IRON A1R
TIGI1TS. SIX-PLATE OR BOX STOVES, Ac.
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES AND PRICES
WILL BE FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION.
WM. SHEPHERD A CO.,
No. 24 ll A Y N E STREET,
_CHARLESTON ft. P.,_
JpAPXN N 12 D TIN -WARE
WM. S II E P n E R D ?GO.,
I No. 24 HAYNB STREET.
TAMPED TIN -WARE
WM. SHEPHERD <b CO.
No. 24 HAYNB STREET.
?pilENCn RETINNED UiON - WARE
WM. SHEPHERD A CO.,
No. 24 HAYNB STREET.
AGENTS IN CHARLESTON:
WM. SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 34 HAYNB STREET.
N T E D
Grccnvitlo and Columbia Railroad Guaranteed
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Guaranteed
Coupons. Apply to JAMES II. WII-SON,
novi7 2 No. ft Broad alroet.
BROKER, No. 4 BROAD STREET,
Buys and sells on commission. Bonds, Stocks,
Bank Bills, and Securities or all kinds. Thc high?
est market prices obtained.
Any Information desired, by letter or otherwise
will he cheerfully given. Apply as above at No
1 Broad street, or through Postoillcc Box 307.
Will also attend to thc Investments ot money In
large and small amounts.
li KKK i n: NC KS.-Wagner, Huger A Co., Reeder A
Davis, O. A. Trcnholm A Son, W. C. Bee A Co.,
Thomas E. Waring, Cashier South Carolina Loan
and Trust Company; Pclzer, Rodgers A Co., J. D.
Aiken and Co., George IL Walter A Co., Cohen,
llanckcl A Co., Andrew SimoHds, President First
National Bank. sept21 2moa D*C
flO TO GEORGE LITTLE & CO.
VJT for Pine Casslmerc SACKS at $5.
R . DAUER
MUSIO DEALER, Piano Tuner, Teacher of Vio?
lin, Flute and Guitar. Repairer of Musical Istru
Hitchcock's Flvo and Ten cents Music always
BALLS AND PARTIES m ni Lilied with Hiebest
and most rasliionablc Music lately received rrnin
Europu at moderate prices. Apply ut No. 440
King street, lour doora above Calhoun.
oct 12 tu lint l?tanos
O LO MON'S HITTERS
ACCOMPLISH ALL TU EY PROMISE
For salo at
scptn amos RAOUL A LYNAIPS.
WANTED, THE LADIES TO CALL
nnd examine the Slock of Youth's, Boy's
and Children's CLOTHING, at
GEORGE LITTLE A CO.,
outgo Btuthlmo_No. 213 King street.
J) O YOU WISH
TO PRKVENT YOUR
GRILL AND FEVERI
septlV 3mos USE SOLOMONS* RITTERS.
F. G H E V lt E U X,
SCULPTOR AND ARCHITECT,
Corner Meeting street, and Horlbcck's Alley,
Charleston, S. C.
Plans made mordor and work executed promptly
july i thtnemoa ?
(?roccrics, Cirinors, Sic.
J.J 1). HYAMS" LONDON l'OUTKH
Tl) AltlllVIl PKK IIKITISII mTIAMHR m,:iiuu,
HO casks lt. lt. Byass1 London PORTER, pinta.
20 casks lt. H. Ilyaas' London Porter, quarts.
- casks J. A lt. Tcnni'iil'a IL M. Ale, pl uta and
- casks J. A lt. Tenncnt'ri K. I. Ale, pinta and
- casks YoilllgPr'S H. I. Ali-, pints, glaa-i.
- rusk" Lass' Ale, phil ?? ami (?UlirtH.
Por anio by JAS. BANCROFT. JR.,
nov H 1 No. H?! Knut HUT.
?piL O li lt ! FLO ll li ! 1' Ii O U ttl
Cargo Schooner blas. Burgess, consisting of all
grades. WM' herold vrry low from Aerommoda
Hon Wharf, n'lilta landing.
STENHOUSE A CO..
nnviettilha NOB. IO?, no ?UKI 112 Kimi. H119.
Ii O I) lt ! V h O ? it t
sano liarroH FLOUR. to arrive per ni earner Pro?
mctlteuH and schooners Minnie and K.J. Palmer.
AMI IN wroitK,
inooharrcla CliolceHuulliern, Family, Kxlrn and
Super FLOUR. All of willoh will he Mold low. by
KTKNII0U8K A CO.,
novio luths Nos. :0s, 110 nuil 112 Kan! Hay.
gKLK-LKA VENING FLOUR.
300 barn is Jowell Uros. Holf-Leavenlnc, FLOOR
landing thin day, and will Im sold low rniiu wharf
by STKNHOUSK A Co..
novio lulim w*?< HW, no und 112 K?st Hay.
TOUTTBU, LAUD AND CHEESE.
Firkins and tubs Cholee Orange. County DOT?
Itarreb;, hair barrels ami pails Pure Leaf Lard.
Firkins and tuba Kxtra Lard.
Boxea Pineapple, Young America, English Dal?
ry, Factory und Goshen cheese.
For attic by VV. II. CHA FKK A CO.
nov io luina No. 207 Lust. Ila?.
E W J;' ll ll I T
New KAISINS, In whole hair and quarter boxea
New Curran la, lu cuaks
New l-'lgs, in drums and boxes
Almonds, PecanuulH, English Walnuts. Braun
Nuts, filberts, Ar..
Just received. For sale by
W. il. CHAFER A Ct).,
nov 11; lutllS No. 2117 East Hay.
H A M P A G N I? 0 I I) E lt
2.1 bbls. new ClUEK, or superior quality, jost
received. For sale by
W. IL CHA FEE A CO..
novlO tntli2 No. 2117 East Hay.
Q.UNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH t
On the spot and to arlvc. Por sale by
oci7 Him (SEO. A. TUKN1IOLM A SON.
?J^IQUOltS ! LIQUORS ! LIQUORS I
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICK.
The subscribers having benn appointed sole
agents for HENRY WALLACE A CO., Philadelphia,
rortbesaleor their linc OLD RYE, WHEAT AND
HOUKHON WHISKI KS, ure prepurcd to make a
liberal discount on large orders.
A lull supply or Hie above Whiskies always on
Purtles about purchasing would do well to give
ns a call before negotiating elsewhere.
BYRNE A FOGARTY",
CORNER CHURCH AND CHALMERS STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
E W LARD.
R FINED FAMILY LARD.
We are now packing
N E W LARD
OP THIS SEASONS MAKE.
Tierces, half bbls., Kegs, 3 lbs., 5 lbs., and 10 lbs.
Caddies, no lb. caaes.
For price lists, address.
PROCTOR A CAMBLE,
oct2S lhstiU8_Cincinnati, Ohio.
?pO lt TO RICO SUGARS.
60 hhds. Choice PORTO RICO SUGAR. Now land?
ing and for sate by
MULLER. NIMITZ A CO.,
novia mtutli3 No. 1S1 East Bay.
RUITS FRUIT! FRUIT !
Landing this day from Schooner W. n. Steele,
direct rrom llaracoa,
ano bunches BANANAS
17,000 hair husked Cocoa Nuts
2,000 Sweet Oranges.
100 bbl?. PRIME APPLES
10,000 Florida and Elcuthcra Oranges.
MALAGA GRAPES, new crop Figs, Dates, Rai?
sins, Currants, and a roll assortment or Nuts,
canned Goods, and Keller's Package Candies.
For sale, by PAUL, WELCH A RRANDES,
D0V17 2 No. 251 East Hay,
IDES, SHOULDERS, ?tc.
25 hhds. Choice C. R. SIDES
25 hbds. Prime Rib Sides
.'IO hhds. Western Shoulders
40 boxes I). S. Long Clear Sides
20 tierces Choice Hams
100 bags Rio Colfce
fal barrels Ex. 0Sugar
500 barrels Choice, Super and Extra Flour
MM boxes No. 1 Herrings
:;oo boxes Cnn Oysters, peaches and Tomatoes.
In store and for sale ai low rules, br
JEFFORDS A CO.,
novio 3 Vendue Range, Sign or thc Hog.
II I S K B Y ! WHISKEY!
50 barrels Choice X, XX and XXX WHISKEY
75 barrels Declined I'roof Whiskey.
For aale by JKFFORDS A CO.
novio 3 _
QRANGES ! ORANGES I ORANGES I
30,000 sweet Havana ORANGES, at $2 60 por
hundred, and 40 cents per dozen.
40 dozen large Pineapples
25 buuehea Bananas.
For sale by Mus. C. D. KENRICK,
novlO 3 No. B3 Market, near Meeting Street.
J> URE S l?~E R It Y WI N E.
Just received 30 caaks of SHERRY WINK
Rrices $3, $4, $5, $6, $8, $12per gallon; Ul bottles,
'OIU $1 to $2 50.
PIPER A CO. HEIDSIECK
Vc Clicquot Ponaardln
All or direct importation.
WM. 8. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 276 King street,
Branch of No. OOO Broadway, Now York.
N G O S T U II A BITTERS.
1 JOKER'S BITTERS
Russ' St. Domingo Bitters
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
nov!3 6 No. 275 King street.
J^l VER l'? ? Ii" SALTI
0000 socks LIVERPOOL SALT, direct from Liv?
erpool-tnrgc njid full sucks.
For salo ut lowest, market prices, hy
0(120_T. J. KERR A CO.
CURES ELVER AND AOUE.
THE FINEST TONIC IN THE WORLD.
#?-For sale by ali Druggists.
O. J. LUI1N, Agent,
Corner Ring and John street,
septlT 3mos_ _ Charlesion, S. 0.
ARE FOR SALE RY
Dra. R A O U Ii A h Y N A H,
At Wholesale and Retail,
CORNER KINO AND MARKET STREETS?