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MADF.^^BNovombor 3.-A large
naval i?B?m preparing for Cuba,
consisting of four frigates, heavily
armed, convoying a fleet of trans
ports filled With troops. Dnlc?
with the fleet. Prim soys tho Go?
vernment has not discussed a succes?
sor to the Spanish throne.
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CHARLESTON, November 8.-Arriv?
ed-Steomor Ohampio?, New York;
Steamer Sea Gull, Baltimore.
NEW YORK, November 3.-Hon.
Samuel Ccbetts, for forty years
Jndge of this Federal District, died
of apoplexy, to-day.
SAVANNAH, GA!, November 3.-The
negroes appeared in great numbers,
when the polls opened, and took en?
tire possession. This continued
until about 7 o'clock. Every white
man wKo come to vote wos clubbed
away. Finally a fight commenced
the negroes were driven back and tho
whites then commenced to vote. In
a fow minutes, the negroes rallied
and .attacked the whites. A negro
deliberately drew a pistol and shot a
policeman in tho stomaoh-mortally
wounding him. The firing then be?
came general in . the orowd. The
polic? came to preserve order, when
the negroes fought them desperately.
Finally the police used their pistols,
when tho negroes broke and ran.
Five negroes wero killed and several
wounded. Four policemen were
wouuded-une mortally. A young
lady residing in a house opposite the
Court House was also Bhot by a ball
which come in through the window,
but not dangerously. Trouble is an?
SAVANNAH, November 3-9 P. M.
Since the morning disturbance, all
has been quiet. It is impossible to
say who is ahead until the actual
At the Ogeohee precinct, the ne?
groes, 1,000 strong, armed with mus?
kets, shot-guns and pistols, took pos?
session of the polls and allowed no
D?mocratie negroes to vote. The
whites who were allowed to vote had
to do it nndor guard.
Election Ile tur ns.
PHILADELPHIA, November 3-9 P.
M.-Ia the 5th Ward there is a De?
mocratic loss of l?5. The 2d Ward
of New York ditto, by 21. A private
despatch says Alleghany County, Po.,
gives 11,000 for Grant. Partial re?
turns from Philadelphia indicate
3,000 radical majority.
MAINE.-Bath, Saco, Portland and
other oities show large Bepublican
gains. The State is claimed radical
by 30,000 majority.
RHODE ISLAND.-Increased majori?
ties for Grant.
claim Philadelphia by 2,000 majority.
Altoono, Westchester Oity, Colum?
bia, Gettysburg, give Republican
majorities. In the 3d Ward, of Phi?
ladelphia, the Democratic majority is
1,544. The 16th Ward gives a De?
mocratic majority. A later despatch
says full returns from Philadelphia
indicate 1,000 majority. York Coun?
ty has gone Democratic.
NEW JERSEY.-Democratic majori?
ty 300 in Mercer County.
NEW YORK.-In New York city, the
total vote will not be far from 150,000
-Seymour's majority is about 55,000.
Brooklyn, with ten wards to hear
from, gives Seymour about 6,000 ma?
jority. Democratic gains in the 8th
a^y 6th Wards of New York. De?
mocratic majorit?s in Lookport and
Broome and Columbia Counties.
Troy, Binghamton, Elmira, Nor?
wich, Poughkeepsie, Oxford, Boom
ville and other cities show Republi?
4,000 Republicon majority. Butler,
Banks and Boutwell, Republicans,
aro re-elected to Congress. Returns
indicate 70,000 majority for Grant.
CONNECTICUT.-Returns from 31
towns show 1,000 Republican majori?
ty. The State goes for Grant.
NEW HAMPSHIRE.-About 6,000
majority for Grant.
OHIO.-The Republican majority
will be about 35,000.
INDIANA.-All the Northern Coun?
ties show Republican gains.
ILLINOIS.-Chicago hos gone Re?
publican by 2,000 majority.
NEBRASKA.-Tho State has gone
Republican by 4,500.
KENTUCKY.-Louisville gives o De?
mocratic majority of 478. Twelvo
towns in Kentucky show a Republi?
can gain of 900.
WEST VIROTNIA.-Twenty town?
ships show Republican gains. State
probably gone Republican by 8,000.
MARYLAND.-Increased votes on
both sides. Frederick County is re?
ported Republican-went Democrat?
ic last year by 500.
NORTH CAROLINA-Out of 18 points
in North Carolina reported, only 6
show Democratic majorities; and
oven these are light, as compared
with Republican majorities nt other
LOUISIANA.-Now Orleans has gone
Domooratic.by 25,000. The State is
largely Democratic. But few Repub?
lican votes were cast.
ALABAMA.-The Republican major?
ity is 4,000 in Montgomery; Dallas
5,000; Barbour 1,600. The State is
CHARLESTON, November ?.-A
strong forco of special police, com?
posed chiefly of colored men, was
" nized for duty to-day, but uo oc?
casion has arisen for their services,
the election having boen one of the
quietest ever known hero. Partial
returns indicate that the "Republi?
cans have carried the oity by a re
duoed majority. The State is con?
ceded ior Grsnt, but the Democrat
claim two ont of the fonr Congress-1
JJ-INANCIA?U iSD COI?IW-BRC1A1..
COLUMBIA, November 8.^-Sales of I
cotton to-doy boles-middlings
NEW YORK, November 3-Noon.
Money 7. Sterling 9%. Gold 33j?.
Jt'ork duli-new '?ti.W. JLard dull- I
steam 17@17^. Cotton quiet-up?
lands 25>?. Freights quiet.
7 P. M.-Cotton steady-sales I
1,800 bales, at 25;?. Flour steady- j
State and Western" firstname.lastname@example.org; com?
mon to fair extra email@example.com. Corn un?
changed. Mess pork 27.00. Lard
drooping, at 15??@15>?. Freights
quiot. Money stringent. Gold
steady, at 331?. Sterling tends
down, at 9%. Stocks closed weak
BALTIMORE, November 3.-Cotton
firm. Flour dull-superfine 6.75@
7.50. Wheat vory dull-primo to
choice red firstname.lastname@example.org. Low grades
unsaleable. Corn dull, at l.C0@1.06.
Pork quiet-shoulders 13%.
CHARLESTON, November 3.-Cotton
quiot and easier; sales 415 bales-mid?
dlings 24; receipts 1,745.
SAVANNAH, November 3.-Cotton
easy; sales 300 bales-middlings 24;
MOBILE, November 3.-Sales of
cotton 100 bales; market quiet-mid?
dling 23^; receipts 777.
NEW ORLEANS, November 3.-Cot?
ton easy, and but little done on ac?
count of the election-middling
23%; sales 1,400 bales; receipts
3,087. Gold 34K@34.%. Sugar and
molasses in fair demand and un?
changed. Flour-superfine G. 75;
choice 9@11. Pork firm, at 32.50.
Bacon-market nearly bare-shoul?
ders 14>?@15; rib 18%; clear 19%.
LONDON, Novembor 3-Noon.
Consols 94_%. Bonds steady, at
LIVERPOOL, November 3-3 P. M.
LONDON, November 3-Evening.
Consols 94j?^. Bonds 74%.
Cotton steady; sales 12,000 bales.
HAVRE, November 3.-Cotton
5AAA LBS. Clean Washed WOOL,
. V/V/V/ wanted, for which wo will
pay 10 cents per pound, and upwards, ac?
cording to quality and quantity. Clean
unwashed 28 cents, delivered at depot in
MOSES GOLDSMITH k SON.
WINTHROP B. WILJJ?AMST ~
COTTON FACTO It and COMMISSION
MERCHANT, Accommodation Wharf,
Charleston, S. C. Sept 3 5mo
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
THE undersigned having
taken charge of tho above
well-known HOTEL, re
_"spectrally informs his
friends and tue traveling public that it has
boen REFURNISHED, m all of its depart?
ments. The table will, at all times, bo
supplied with the beet the Markot affords,
including every delicacy in season, while
the cuisine will bo unexceptionablo. The
Bath Rooms attached to tho Hotel are sup?
plied with the celebrated Artesian Water,
and Hot, Cold or Shower Baths can bo ob?
tained at any time. Tho samo attention
will bo paid to tho comfort of the guests
as heretofore, and travolers can rely upon
finding the Charleston Hotel qqual to any
in the United States. The patronage of
the traveling public is respectfully solicit?
ed. J. P. HORBACH, Agent,
Jan ll Smo Proprietor.
Machine Oil and Belting.
OR sale by
May 31 FISH KR k LOWRANCE.
A\C\f\ BUSHELS PRIME OATS.
rk\J\J For salo low by
Soptember 1G E. & G. D. HOPE.
New Bay Mackerel.
Q f\ WHOLE AND HALF BARRELS
OU NEW MACKEREL, for salo low by
Sept 17 E. k G. D. HOPE.
D. W. HAWTHORNE,
Broker and Commission Merchant,
WALHALLA, S. C., and Hone? Path,
S. C., will attend to all business
entrusted to his care at either place.
2TIERCES OF PRIME CAROLINA
RICE. For salo low for cash.
August 8 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
IN store and for sale by
jAug 29 FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Aromatic Life Bitters.
ASUPERLATIVE TONIC and Invigor?
ating Cordial, composed, in part, of
American Centaury and Lifo Everlasting,
with other valuable vegetable products.
It will be found an excellent STOMACH
BITTERS, an appelizor, and an anti
dyspeptic remedy. It is invaluablo as a
Tonic, for Debility, Indigestion, Loss of
Appetite, Nervousness, Torpid Liver,
Sluggish Circulation. A generous stimu?
lant, quickening the action of the organs
of lifo, and imparting new powers to the
Directions.-A table spoon-full to a wine
glass may be taken, as often as occasion
requires, with a little sugar and water,
or without. Dyspeptics may take it just
For sale by FISHER k HEINITSH,
Just Received at Phoenix Office,
A lot of BILI* HEAD PAPER-which
will he neatly printed, at short notice, and
NEV/ YORK rS?OEfl. Cali and seo.
-. "?.."".^M , ,. , -
Cotton for ------ New York!
Cotton for ------ Baltimore I
Cotton for - - p - - Liverpool !
OFFICE WOODWARD, 13ALDWIN & CO.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE.
IT PAYS TO SHIP FOR HIGHEST PRICE !
MARE E. COOPER, of Georgia, Agent,
HARDY SOLOMON'S STORE,
IT IS OUR INTEREST TO SERVE YOU WELL.
October 2 Imo_
TO BE INSURED WITH
H. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
IS A POSITIVE GUARANTEE!
SINCE the wor, wo bave paid to our citizens, for Losses by Fire, about NINETY
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Having thus saved that largo sum to a community too reduced to lose it. we stand
ready to eavo more; and wo submit that the comfort and protection of thc TWENTY
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS wo represent, is moro than worth tho small outlay
neceseary to sccuro it.
INSURE ANB BE SAFE-FIRES WILL HAPPEN.
Wo represent the following Companies, all of which occupy thc very first rank in tho
atl&EN, of Liverpool uiul London.Assets, S10,000,000 lu Gold.
UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY, of New York. ? 3,500,000
SECURITY, ? ? . " 1,500,000
NORTH AniERICAN, " . 700,000
HOME, of New Haven. ?. ?,000,000
PUTNAM, of Hartford . " 70O.00O
UNION, of Baltimore. " 500,000
GEORGIA HOME, of Columbus, Georgia. ? 400,000
ALBEMARLE, -of Clinrlottrsvll lc, Virginia.. " 400,000
SOUTHERN MUTUAL, of Athens, Georgia. ? 400,000
H. E. NICHOLS St CO., Agent?,
OFFICE OVER AGNEW'S, COLUMBIA, S. C.
October 17 3mos
New Boot, Shoe
$^ m M
THE undersigned, who ia experienced in
thc business, has opened a fine and
?jarefully selected stock of goods in the
abovo lino, and invites a call from pur?
chasers. In the assortment, will bo found
Gent's, Ladies', Misses', Boys', Youths'
and Children's BOOTS and SHOES, of the
beat make. His stock of HATS is varied.
Tho articles will bo disposed of cheap for
cash. A. SMYTHE,
In Presbyterian Depository, opposite
Kinard's dry goods store. Oct 24
Opening of the Fall Champagne.
BEING in daily receipt of tho various
Btyles of fall and winter fancy and
staplo Groceries, also of several novelties
calculated to excite tho taste of the com
munitv, in thc gastronomic department, a
careful perusal of tho following list of
good things can scarcely fail of interest:
SMOKED BEEF, Smoked Beef Tongues,
Extra Now York Sugar-Cured Pig Hams,
Extra New York Breakfast Bacon Strips,
Pickled Fulton Market Beef and Charles?
ton Shrimps, Picklod Salmon and Pigs
Feet, New No. 1.2 and 3 Bay Mackerel;
New No. 1 Scaled Herrings, fine; Prime
Now York State Factory Cheese and
Goshon Bnttor, just in; fresh Crackers,
fall assortment; fresh New Hulled Buck?
LIQUORS AND WINES.-This department
is fullv stockod with tho choicest assort?
ment the combined markets of the coun?
try can furnish, and will be sold guaran?
teed as represented in every respect. All
of which aro offered at low ratos by
Oct 29_GEO. SYMMERS.
' RESISTING PROVIDENCE.
icf IFE INSURANCE enables a man to
I J put himself in harmony with Di?
vine Providence. Providence has brought
the institution into being lo bless the
race. Ho who refuses it, distrusts and
despises Providence and invites its ven
geance upon himself and his household.
Wo know ot no fallacy so transparent, no
dolusion moro groundless, than that
which makes the practice of Lifo Insurance
appear as au attempt to controvert the
Thousands of widows and orphans live
to attest the divine beneficence of LIFE
INSURANCE. Without its protecting
rngis, many of them would, to-day, bo beg?
gars upon tho streets, or occupants of
poor-houses and penitentiaries. No man
can foretell what will be his circumstances
at tho timo of his death. The rich man of
to-day dies tho pauper of to-morrow, and
the family, delicately roared, bcoomo the
unprepared victims of dire Want, with her
train of countless evils. Such a result is
impossible, with a policy of Lifo Insurance.
It, indeed, offers the only absolutely safe
investment which eau be made for the
benetit of one's family and of his own old
ago. Al', other investments may result in
loss or ruin. If all would insure, who can
calculate thc immense suffering and crime
which the world would be spared!
JETS A LIKU INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, or Hartford, Connecticut,
Assets - - - 910,000,000
H. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
October 23 3mos General Agents.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Interest Allowed on Teposits.
Advances Made on Cotton.
OClCi RUSHELS of tho celebrated Vir
r!> W gin!* BOUTTON SEED WHEAT,
for sale by E. A G. D. HOPE.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
The Best Made,
The Most Durable,
The Most Fashionable,
IN THE STATE.
NEW STYLE RATS,
FRENCH ANB ENGLISH
FOR FINE CUSTOM WORK.
We sell the best-fitting
SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
And keep all the latest styles of
R. Si XV. C. SWAFFIELD.
BY MRS. M. W. STRATTON.
CORNER Qervais and Assembly streets,
Columbia. S. C. Convenient to tho
Greenville ana Charleston Railroads, and
thc business portion of tho city.
Rates of trausiont board-$1J per day.
Lodgings can ho obtained with or with?
out meals, at any timo. Sept 30 3m
r White Fish,
Swiss Cheese, i
English Dairy Cheese,
Mackerel. Noa. 1, 2, 3,
T can Nuts,
Prune.-), A c,
Walking Canes, SiO.
Low for cash, at
Oct 25 _<L_DIEBCKSJB
MRS. C. E. REED bas re?
moved her MILLINERY ES?
TABLISHMENT to her old
stand, on Main Btreet, socond
door from E. Pollard's Drue
Store, whero she would call
the attention ot her city and
country friends and custom?
ers to call and seo for them?
selves the finest and cheap?
est stock of MILLINERY over offored in
this city, consisting of Ladies' and Child?
ren's Hats and Bonnets, of all kinds and
all prices. Also, Flowers, Ribbons, Caps,
Lacea, Ruches, Hair Braids, Curia, Water?
falls. Nota, Co'sets. Zephyr Worated, Fan?
cy and Bridul Veils, all of which will be
sold much lower than anywhere else in tho
oity. Everything of the latest and most
fashionable >?:;?!? constantly arriving.
Columbia to Baltimore
VIA CHARLESTON, S. C.
WE are despatching FREIGHT* *>r
first class Stoamshins from Chi.
ton, S. C., EVERY FIFTH DAY, to I
TIMORE and PHILADELPHIA, thus se?
curing to cotton shippers greater facilities
than ever before offered, to both these
ports. Merchants baying goods in Balti?
more or Philadelphia aro insured a moro
frequent despatch of their freights, and
can depend upon low rates of freight and
a groat saving in timo ovor any other route.
MORDECAI & CO.,
Corner Gay and Lombard streets, Agents
No. 31 South Wharves, Agent in Phila?
For outward freight.? or passage, apply
to COURTENAY & THEN HOLM,
Union Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
Notice to Planters-Soluble Pacific
THE highly satisfactory and remarkable
effects of this GUANO, in producing
very largely increased crops of cotton,
corn and other staple crops, has attracted
the general attention of planters and
farmers. In order to confirm public confi?
dence in tho continued excellence of this
Guano, nod avail of tho best scientific
ability in tho prosecution of this important
busiuess, the Pacific Guano Company has
consummated a professional engagement
with Dr. St. Julian Ravcnel, of charles?
ton, 8. C., as scientific adviser and con?
sulting Chemist to the Company. Dr.
Ravcnel is conversant with tho composi?
tion and qualities of tho Guano, as well aa
with the character, policy and unusual re?
sources of tho racine Guano Company,
and will communicate full information on
these points to planters who may call on
him, or address him by letter at Charles?
ton, S. C. JOHN S. REESE & CO.,
General Agents Pacific Guano Company,
J. N. ROBSON,
Agent for South Carolina, Charleston,
S.C. _Oct 31 4 j
Guns, Pistols, Etc.
THE undersigned informs
his friends, and tho public
generally, that ho has re?
ceived a largo and select
assortment of SINGLE and DOUBLE
BARREL GUNS, RIFLES and PISTOLS.
CARTRIDGES for all kinds of Guns,
Rifles and itepoaters constantly ou hand.
SPORTSMEN'S EQUIPMENTS, all of
which w ill be sold low for cash.
GUNS and PISTOLS made to order and
repaired at short notico and moderato
price. Cash system rigidlv adhered to.
Oct 1__P. W. KRAFT.
HISTORY OF THE NEW SCHOOL,
and questions involved in tho dis?
ruption of Presbyterian Church, in 1838.
By J. Baird, D. D.
Children with the Potts. By Harriet
Tales of Algeria, or Lite Among tho
Ab^a-Ra-Ka, Homo of the Crows, being
tho experience of an officer's wife on thc
Talks with a Child on tho Beatitudes.
The following new Novels:
Gold Elsie. From German of Marlitt.
Moonstone. By Wilkie Collins.
Dallas Galbraith. By Mrs. Davis, author
of Waiting for tho Verdict, Ac, and many
other new booka, at
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S
Oct 4 Book Store.
THOMAS & BELL,
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
ALL work in the department of mecha?
nical construction executed with
promptness and skill.
J. P. THOMAS. J. C. BELL.
LATEST STYLES OP
AND HORN JEWELRY,
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OK
WATCHES, JEWELRY, Sic.
! Some more of those FIFTY CENTS
BOG WOOD SETS.
Call and see, at
Sign of the Green Specks,
0?t IC Main street, Columbia. S. C.
DR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
OFFERS great inducements to his Pa?
tients, and tho public, in tho wav of
GOOD WORK and VERY MODERATE
PRICES. Teeth extracted without pain,
or any subsequent ill effects, by uso of
Nitrous Oxidicr Laughing Gas. Office on
Main street, over Gregg's China store.
DR. D. L. BOOZER,
HAVING obtained from the different
patentees of tho profession, office
rights of tho latest improvement in DEN?
TISTRY, is prepared to do all kinds of
DENTAL WORK with neatness, durability
and despatch, at tho very lowest rates.
Perfoct satisfaction guaranteed. Offlco oa
Main stroet, Columbia. 8. C., three doors
North of Agnew's. Vulcanized Rubber
Platos inserted at $25. __M_?1
Brugs, Chemicals, Medicines, &c.
WHOLESALE and Retail, Quinine,
Calomel, Blue Mass, Salts, Mor?
phia, Chloroform, Patent Medicino?, Oils,
Essences, Pills, Ointments, Queens Do
light, &o. For salo at low prices, by
FISHER A HEINITSH,
Oct 8 Druggists, Columbia, 8. C.
Russia Gin Bristles,
DRESSED and undressed, for sale by
FISHER A LOWRANCE.
WAIT POE THE
Best in the World!
FORMERLY STONE, ROSSTON * MUR?
RAY'S, WILL EXHIBIT IN
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5.
EXIITf? I TIO N A F TKRNO ON A NI)
Commencing at 2.30 and 7.30 o'clock.
Doors open ono hour previous.
Admission 73 cents. Children under
IO yearn old, f?0 cents.
THE LEADING CIRCUS OF AMERlCAt
NEW FEATURES AND FRESH
WONDERS! MARVELS: MIRACLES!
Look at this array of
The Graceful and Dashing Parisian
Equestrienne- tho moat Brilliant
and Darin.,' Lady Rider ?
ever seen. Her Iii st season in America!
The Great John Henry!
Tho Superb Defiance Champion Eques?
trian and Thaumaturgie Artiste, late Di?
rector of tho Cirque Napoleon, Paris. His
first season in America.
LE JEUNE] BURTE!
Tho Premier Baro-back Horseman
Champion Rider of the World.
"Ka*: afc?? ZS i.__^3^
MURRAY and HUTCHINSON, tho Ex?
celsior Acrobats. The originators of a
new series of Novel Performances.
The ROLANDE BROTHERS, tho peer?
less Sensational Gymnasts.
GEORGE COOKE, tho noted English
Protean Character Rider-first season in
Mr. DEN STONE, the skillfol Doctor of
Fnn and Popular Humorist, and
Mr. FRED. MAY, tho merry Monarch of
Clowns and Favorito Jester, will preside ia
the Department of Mirth.
Mr. HARRY NORTH, the most expert
Tumbler in tho world.
Mr. BURT JOHNSON, the Champion
Leaper and Vaulter.
Mr. GEORGE MURRAY, the Grotesque
Mr. ROBERT JOHNSON, the remarka?
HERR LUDORF, the amusing Equili?
WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, the Classto
?The chief attac hes will bo aided by a
complete force of auxiliary talent, consist?
ing in part of
Signor MORRATI and XERTIGNES;
Moiiilcan NICOYA and D'UCROIX;
Herr* WETZLAR, _fOJAJlTX,
STA?SSRG and ???L5HO?
FEN; McHsr.n. RY WICK.
The whole forming tho most brilliant
In the world, actually embracing moro
Than any three Companies in this country
STONE St MURRAY advertiso only such
attractions as actually belong to their
CIRCUS, and do not magnify the abilities
of their Troupe, when they claim that
NO EXHIBITION IN TUE WORLD
CAN EQUAL IT!
Don't Forget the Time !
Thursday, Nov. 6 !
And don't miatako this SUPERB CIR?
CUS for ono of the ordinary kind of Exhi?
bitions that are so abundant in (bia vicin?
ity. October 23 8f