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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1S70.
UNION REFORM NOMINATIONS.
<HON. B. B. CARPENTER, OP CHARLESTON.
.- For Lleutenaut-Governor,
GENERAL M. C. BUTLER, OF EDOEF?ELD.
NEWS OF THE HAT.
-Gold closed In New York, yesterday, at
-Cotton was easier; uplands 16* cents; sales
-In Liverpool cotton closed flat; uplands
8Jd., Orleans Sid.; sales 10,000 bales.
-It has been decided that a widow may con?
tinue the business of her husband without
taking out a new license, provided she has the
bonds changed to her own name.
-A new interest has been given to ramie
planting in Louisiana. The fibre of the ramie
plant is prepared exclusively for the European
-On a ranche, on the Carson River. In Ne?
vada, Is to be seen a herd of twenty-six camels,
all but two raised In that State. But two of
the old herd of nine or ten brought here some ?
years ago are now living.
-The New York Board of Education pro?
poses to buy the plates of Audubon's great or?
nithological work, which will make lt at once
a real educator of the masses in a splendid
way and a munificent patron of art.
-The Emperor of Brazil proposes, early
next year, to leave the Princess Imperial as
Regent, and to travel lor two years in Europe
and the United States, to observe their Institu?
tions, with a view to improving the slate of
affairs in his own country. It is thought he
will first visit the United States, and make a
careful study of our educational systems, for
the purpose of adopting them in Brazil.
-In driving from Saarbr?cken to Metz, says
an English correspondent, on the 14th of
September, we were much astonished to ob?
serve all tho deserted villages as you near
Metz. Where ali the people have flown to
God only knows. There ls scarcely a vestige
of a peasant to be seen anywhere. The vil?
lages for the most part are occupied by the land?
wehr, who are only now coming to the front. !
We passed innumerable wagons of provisions J
and cattle, driven along the road to the great
Prussian army, now well into the heart of .
-The public generally do not comprehend ,
the Immensity ol'the effort made by Germany
In the present war, or the extent to which she
,is staking her future prosperity. She has
placed under arms, It is estimated (in actual
regiments marching or ready to march,) her
entire youth, all persons between twenty-one
and twpnty-six,-physically competent to bear
?arm?. .Indeed, ?tis probably not untrue that
Germany has 1,230,000 young men of every
class engaged In the v.-ar, in front or in re?
serve, while quite as many us 200,000 addi?
tional persons must be engaged in manufac?
turing, collecting, or forwarding supplies.
These figures show that peace is just as much
for the interest of Germany as for that of
-Frere Hyacinthe has recently addressed
Minister Washburne, returning thanks for
sympathy expressed by him for the French
Republic. Frere Hyacinthe further says that
Europe, upon which the blood of the heroic
deleats of the French have been poured out,
still preserves silence, while America in spite
of the separating ocean, has made her voice
heard. America, he says, affirms that neither
distance nor diversity of race snail render lor?
eign to one another nations which have but
one soul, and claims for the French Republic
the inalienable right to live in laboring for thc
benefit of all. Frere Hyacinthe has also written
a letter expressing his gratification with the
'moble circular ol Jules Favre, at once so
moderate and so Arm, so pacific and so high
spirited." He also calls upon all the children
ot France to rally around the banner ot Favre.
The above letters are published in full in the
Paris Temps of September 14.
-A new Opera Bouffe, entitled "Petit
Faust," has Just been introduced by the noto?
rious James Fisk, Jr., at the Erie Opera house,
in New York. It ls a burlesque of Gounod's
g^-eat Faust, and of lt and the prima donna
the Tribune says: l< We have used some pretty
plain language In times oast with reference to
certain performances ut the French Theatre,
but we have no heart to spi'akofthe vPetlt
Faust' in the tern s which wa ihiuk lt deserves.
We may say, however, thai the credit belongs
to Mr. Fisk of introducing a play more Indecent
and a prima donna raoic revolting than any
previously offered to the public of New York,
and when we add that the nastiness ?3 not re?
lieved by anything pretty, or amusing, or
witty, that it is not accompanied by even toler?
ably good music, that it stands out in fact in
all its stark deformity, we ha- ,> perhaps said
ail that the class of people who read our paper
wlll care to hear."
-In her extremity, France turns to Ameri?
can ingenuity instead ol its boasted chussepot
for relief. The Army and Navy* Journal ?ays
that the steamer Luluyetle took out, ou Tues?
day last, fifteen thousand Remington breech?
loaders ot the so-called Egyptian pattern, cali?
bre 43-100, or eleven millimeters, for the
French Government; the Percire having taken
five thousand two weeks ago. There were
also on board the Lafayette teu thousand Rem?
ington army revolvers, three thousand car
blues, aud six million of cartridges, mnoufac
tu ed bj the (Juiuu Cartridge Company. Tola
shipment of arms to France, in itself of little
i mportance, acquires significance from theluct
that the French authorities have determined to
throwaway tue chasseput. and arm their sol?
dier? with the Remington. Among the ammu?
nition carried by the Lafayette were 400,000
Spencer carbines and a quantify of pistol car?
tridges, which, uaving been once la the pos
session of the United States Government, car?
ried its brand. This ammunition was sent by
Messrs. Schuyler, Hartley & Graham, whopur>
,chased it from the government. Metallic car?
tridges and American breech-loaders are thus
chosen to take the place of Marshal LeBceuf s
needle, paper cartridge and rubber stopper.
-Wall street, in the absence of the excite?
ment of breaking fortunes, has varied its busi?
ness by a general demolition of white hats.
The arbiters of fashion in the Board Room, it
seems, decided that the season ior articles of
that color terminated on Monday, and served
their wearers with printed circulars to the
effect that on that date they would be consider?
ed contraband, and treated accordingly. When
Trinity clock struck 3, the confiscation began.
The Long Roora was filled with flying white
hats. The bulls tossed them, and the
bears grappled them. Each wearer of
an orthodox color took a "flier" and
made a great success In the venture
"after call." Gold never went up In more
lively slyle tiian did tho3e hats, and never
came down with such destruction, even on
"black Friday." When no hat of the prohibit?
ed color was to be found in the Long Room,
the army of brokers invaded the Gold Room,
stormed the defences and enforced the rule
individually and collectively. This was the
scene of which the report came that "business
at the Stock Exchange was quiet." For a
quiet, undemonstrative manner of business,
the smashing of white hats can hardly be com?
mended, although it may be considered pre?
ferable as a relief to the more serious and
presumably more lively business which gave
way to lt for the time.
The Thieves' Own charge3 that THE
CHARLESTON NEWS applied to the Republi?
can party for the public printing, pledging
support therefor to the Republican party.
This statement is an unmitigated lie. The
Thieves1 Own must prove its charge, or be
once more convicted of deliberate mendacity.
Qualifications for Ofllce.
We assume that the Union Reform Con?
vention for Charleston County, which meets
on Monday next, is determined to nominate
staunch and trustworthy men who can take
their seats when elected. No candidate, bow
I ever intelligent, influential or experienced,
! is of any value to the people if he is not eli?
gible under the State Constitution, and can?
not take the oath of office.
Under the State Constitution no person
can hold office who is disqualified therefor
by the Constitution of the United States, and
members of the General Assembly, and all
officers, before entering upon the duties of
their respective offices, must take the follow?
"I do solemnly swear (or affirm, ?us the case
may be.) that I am duly qualified, according to
the Constitution of the United States and of
this State, to exercise the duties of the office
to which I have been elected, (or appointed,)
and that I will faithfully discharge, to the best
ot my abilities, the duties thereof; that I rec?
ognize the supremacy of the Constitution and
laws of the United States over the constitu?
tion and laws of any State; and that I will sup?
port, protect and d?tend the Constitution of
the United States, aud the Constitution ol
South Carolina, as ratified by the people on
the Kith day of April. 1S68. So help me God."
This oath, il will be seen, only requires
the official to swear that he is duly qualified
according to the Constitution of the United
States and of this State. That is to say,
he must le entitled to vote in this State, and
must not be disqualified from holding office
by the f institution of the United States.
Every male citizen, of full age, who has re?
sided in the State one year, andiu the
county in which he offers to vote sixty days
next preceding the ?lection, is entitled to
vote. And the only persons disqualified from
holding office by the Constitution of the
United States aro those affected by the third
section of the XIV Constitutional amend?
ment, which is as follows :
"SEO. 3. Xo person shall be a senator or
representative Itr Congress, or elector of presi?
dent or vice-president, or hold any office, civil
or military, under the United States, or under
any Slate, who, having previously taken an
oath as a member ol Congress, or as an officer
of the United Stales, or as a member of any
State Legislature, ?ras an executive or judi?
cial officer ol any Slate, lo support the Consti?
tution of the United Stales, shall have engag?
ed In insurrection or rebellion against the
same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies
thereof; but Congress may, by n vote of two
thirds ot each House, remove such disability."
Th?? only qualifications iheu of an office?
holder in this State ure these:
L That he is a citizen of the United Stales,
of full age, who lias resided in this State one
year and in the county for sixty days, and is
not an atheist, nor a pauper, uor confiued
in n public prison.
2. That he did not, prior to the be?
ginning of the Confed?rate war, hold
any State or Federal office, and, afterwards.
took part, on the Confederate side, in the
No iron-clad oath is required to be taken;
nor any other oath than the one printed
Tlie ..Argumentum ad HomlneiU."
The Scott Radicals, in their Campaign Ad?
dress, declare that the Union Reformers seek,
"by the most vulgar personal abuse, and da?,
"tardly slanders." to bully their way to
It is not to the taste of any Reform journ?
alist to pry into the private affairs of u
political opponent, whether he holds a<
many offices ns Corbin, or coins ns many
falsehoods as the arithmetic man of tlie
Ring. But the State officiais, high and low.
are t!i<.' servants of the people, and, when
any of them accumulate fortunes with mar?
vellous rapidity upon a small salary, the peo?
ple have u right to inquire where the
money came from. When Governor Scott,
beginning with nothing, becomes a million?
aire; when Secretary Canlozo, who, at Um
time of his eiectioD, was utterly impecunious,
acqi es houses uh J railroad shares; when
the same point, deftly follows suit; when
Comptroller-General Neagle, whose pocket
was empty two years ago. is able, one year
later, tu return an income of $15.000 or S16,
ooo; when Speaker Moses, a rubed man
when he was elected, is able to buy land and
pay debts amounting t0 $150,000-the peo?
ple have the right to adc and to inquire
whether these fortunes were honestly made,
or aro, in reality, the corrupt gains of a pack
of perjuring thieves. It is not pleasant to
play ibo part of an amateur detective, and
tho Ring wouid like to be let aloue; but
while the whole ?cott Ring are charged with
crimes which fit them for a matriculation at
tbe State Penitentiary, the press of South
Carolina do not intend to test tbe honesty
and capacity of the present government by
the provisions of a bill to provide for the
roasting of peanuts, or of a joint resolution
to authorize the application of a coat of lime
wash to the mangy, hides of the King.
Very much against our own placid inclin?
ations we are forced to call a spade a spade,
and not a ferruginous agricultural implement.
Kleptomania ?3 a softer word than theft, but
theft conveys the exact idea. And we should
like to knowhow to avoid what is called a
"personal attack" when the whole record of
the King government is that of personal
misconduct and personal trick and decep?
tion. Take half a dozen examples. Gover?
nor Scott, who ''can't make a speech" in
South Carolina, makes a speech in Wash?
ington, and declares that thi3 State is a nest
of assassins, and that ."Winchester Rifle
"law" is the only law fit for us. Joe Crews,
a member of the Legislature, tells tbe color?
ed people that they should help themselves
to the lands of the whites, and burn down
their houses if they feel aggrieved. Comp?
troller-General Neagle declares that the new
standard of Republicanism i3 '.'the Winchester
"Rifle and Bayonet." Tim Hurley buys and
sells votes for two years; declares "that all the
"leaders of the Radical party in South Caroli
"na are thieves, and are proud of it," and be
comes a caudidate for the Legislature. Nearly
every State official is accused of cheating
the'State through the Land Ring, and the
members of the General Assembly are
known to.have been bought and sold like
sheep in the. market. These are personal
charges. They are, al30, offences against
the people. Is the press of this State to be
silent because the facts show that Scott is a
vile incendiary; that Hurley is wholly unfit
to represent any set of people outside of the
Penitentiary; that Joe Crews is a ruffian,
whom a long cord and short shrift would
suit better than a seat in the legislative
chamber; that Neagle Ls either a kleptoma?
niac or the wearer of the cap of Fortunatas ;
that the whole Ring government is rot?
ten in stem, root and branch ?
We know that these aro personal charges,
but they relate to the public conduct of pub?
lic men. It matters not to us whether Gov?
ernor Scott does or does not employ Major
Rollins-so long as the State does not pay
for it. We care not a jot whether the State
officials drink small beer or champagne-so
long a3 the State does not foot the bill. It
is not our affair if every Ring-man became a
Croesus-so long as he has not filched his
wealth from the coffers of the State. What
we look to Ls the interest of thc people of
South Carolina, and when the people are
robbed, cheated and abused, we iuteud to
call the robbers, the cheats and the bullies
by their right names, whether it is agreeable
or not to the culprits themselves or to the
dainty time-servers, who chew rose' leaves
aud sip ambrosia, while the State is going
to the everlasting dogs.
Come Down to lt.
The Thieves' Own hashes up thc old story
that Judge Carpenter bribed certaiu mem?
bers of the Legislature, in order to secure
the passage of a bill in which he was inter?
ested. Judge Carpeuter has, to our knowl?
edge, deuied on the stump the truth of this
statement, and has solemnly declared that
be never offered to a member of the General
Assembly a bribe of any kind upon any oc?
casion. Until, therefore, 'members of the
Legislature can be produced who will prove
that they were bribed by Judge Cat pouter,
or attempted to be bribed, the public will
continue to treat the allegations against the
Reform candidate as utterly false aud un?
worthy of belief.
The State Constitution requires thc solici?
tor of each circuit to reside withiu his cir?
cuit. Mr. Attorney-General Chamberlain is
the solicitor for this circuit and resides in
Columbia, in this particular violatiug the
constitution which he has sworn to defend
ami support. Mr. Chamberlain discharges
none of the duties of the office of solicitor,
and, for all that we know, draws pay for
work which is done by a deputy. The only
reparation that Mr. Chamberlain can now
make ia to acknowledge that, for two years,
he has lived in daily violatiou of his official
oath. When he bas doue this-he may be
permitted to resign.
'.FEELS ms OATS"-that is to say, Prus?
sia feels Napoleon's, as will appear from the
following, communicated from thu spot to
the Nene Freie Presse: Such rich boot) has
not been made in any war, since the begin?
ning of railways. To say nothing of McMa?
hon's exchequer, or his crinolines, there was
found at Forbach a supply of oats, sufficient
to cover seven years of famine, like Joseph's
lean Egyptian Septenuary. Most of the
sacks were marked "Berliu," showing thur,
Napoleon had purchased his supply of oats
for this war in Prussia. But when could ho
have done this ? This, also, has beim as?
certained to the very day, hy the Berlin Pro?
duce Exchange. It wa3 one morning in
February last, when oats suddenly took a
ris?* from 25 to 40. The reason then assign?
ed, on 'Change, for this unaccountable up?
ward loa]) was, that large orders had arrived
from England and Sweden, aud the "Bulls"
and "Bears" of Berlin were wondering what
Euglu::.'. un'i Sweden wanted with so mueii
oats. Nov, it is all clear a3 day. Behind
Eugland and Sweden stood Napoleon, who
knew, in February lost, that there would be
a 00.*!? lid: in July between himself aud
-Thc Hing Radicals tried to keep Jonas
Byrd from spuaUingat Greenville Courthouse
Monday. T:MV didn't do it.
- Foi ll>r?? weeks the Ring Radicals had
advertised :i mammoth mass meeting on the
27th, al Bdtfetti'id Courthouse. The day came,
and only two hundred persons were present.
The Advertiser ?iys "a more emphatic lallure
has not l?.mu place lu South Carolina."
-The Barnweil Sentinel says: "There will
bo. no failure If eyery man does his duly.
Those who can work only, must work. 'Hiose
who cnn work and give money, must do both.
Tin; financier who knows so well how to han?
dle his means to a purpose, must look here for
an inve.-tinn.it tor himself and hin heirs. If
the spirit arid the will "say come," and we
obey, Ihv ugh; is won."
Well Done !
The Edgefield Advertiser says that Gov?
ernor Scott has accepted a white militia
company formed in Edgefield. His Excel
lency the Governor is coming to his senses
at last. Hip, hip, hurrah !
A SPECIAL election will be held in the First
Congressional District, on the 19th instant,
to till the vacancy caused by the resignation
of Congressman Whiltemore. The election is
for thc unexpired term, ending in March
ALL IN WANT OF BOOTS, SHOES.
HATS. *c., should not fail to call at MUR
KAY'S. No. 113 Market-street, near King, where
thor can purchase cheaper than elsewhere.
WAISTED, A COMPETENT BOOKT
KEEPER with best references. Apply.-In
own handwriting, to M., P. 0. Box 21S, Charles
ton. S. C._octl
TTTANTED IMMEDIATELY, A FIRST
YV CLASS TIS PLATE WORKER. None Dut a
good workman netd apply. Inquire at No. ISA
King street. _?_octl-1*
COOPERS AND LINERS WANTED -A
few good Rice Barrel COOPERS, and two
expert LINERS, will find regu ar employment
for the winter, with liberal wages, upon applying
at No. 208 East Bay. _octl-stnth3
TX TA NTED, A WHITE FF MALE SER
TT VANT, to do general housework. Pro?
testant preferred. Apply at this omce.
oct l-l ?_*T*_
WANTED, TWO WHITE CHAMBER
MAIDS. Apply at this offlce. sep30
TTT ANTED. A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN,
Tv as Nurse (colored preferred) for a family
of live children. Recommendations required.
Apply to A. M. JACKSON, No. 39 Montague street.
WANTED TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small Uouse. Address "House,"' NEWS
WANTED, BY A RESPECTABLE COL
ORED Man. a situation as PORTER, or
any employment whereby he may be enabled to
support himself and family. Recommendations'
furnished li nectssarv. Apply at this oClcc to
W. c. _*_sepl4
ATEACHER WANTED. TO TAKE
charge of a country school, six miles from
oranceburg Courthouse, South Carolina. Ad?
dress' either or the following: w. A. O'CAIN.
Chairman, DAVID F?R-NER, H. L. R1CKENBA
TTT ANTED, EVERY MERCHANT TO
Tv know that NOW is the TIME, and THE
NEWS JOB OFFICE ls the PLA.CE. to get his Cards
and Circulars printed neatly, and at low rates,
for the Fall Trade._aug4
WANTED, EVERY BUSINESS MAKIN
the city to call at TUM NEWS JOB OFFICE
and see for himself how CHEAPLY good Printing
can be done. augi
AFLAT AT PRIVATE SALE.-A NEW
DECK FLAT, 40 feet long, for sale. Apply
to JOHN E. BOWERS, No. 500 King street.
pARTS FOR SALE.-^JUST RECEIVED
\J per Steamer Leopard, from Philadelphia.
PLANTATION CARTS, Hon Axles 2 Inch lire, 2
bi ii- Apply to GAILLARD A- MINOTT. Agenis,
C_ fi RAH_FOR SALE, A LONG
ED*_tOUU. ESTABLISHED BUSI?
NESS. (Reiail,) paying a net proiltof $2500per an?
num. Ample time given a purchaser to learn the
business. This is a rare chance for an ablive maa
to secure a permanent income. Business dons
wholly for cash. Persons having the ".-tamps"
and meaning business mav address "J25O0 In?
come," Box V, DAILY NEWS Office, giving real
FINE OLD HYSON TEA ONE DOLLAR
A POUND, at METZ'S GROCERY, corner
cjuei-u and Meeting streets, opposite Mills House.
?101? SALE.-I HAVE ON HAND AND
for sale another supply of second-hand
Sewing Machines, of various makers, which I
will dispose of verv cheap, call and examine a:
No. 27 Queen etrec't. J. LUNSF?KD.
FOR SALE. THREE FARMS, TWO
miles Hom the Port Royal Railroad, lu
the Whippy Swamp neighborhood. One Furm
contains 375 acres, one 335 acres, and one 160
acres. Each Farm contains.oue hundred acres
good planting land, with two or three comfort
aide cabins on each; also well timbered, good
range for cattle and hogs; and perfectly healthy
ah the seasons. For particulars apply to K. D.
H.. Barnwell Villa.'3._maylO
TO PRINTERS. -FOR SALE A RUG
G LES'S Rotary Card and Billhead TRESS,
iii by 7 lachea inside ol'Chase. The Press is in
perfect working order, and ls capable of being
workedat the rate of 2000 Impression J per hour.
Is sold to make room for a larger one. Price $100
cash. Apply at Ti;:: NEWS Job Otlke. mays
rpHE EXERCISES OF MISS L. H. JOYE'S
JL SCHOOL, Tor Children and voung Ladles,
.ria be continued _t ter Residence, No. 6 King
CATHEDRAL PAROCHIAL SCHOOL -
The exerci.-es of this School ?iii be resumed
on MONDAY next. October 3d. septs
?VTOT1CE. -MRS. PAULINE DUFORT
J.1 takes this me'.hod or iufoniiing her friends
and pat ions that she is now prepared fur giving
Lessons m thu French Language. A Class will be
formed for Boys by the lat or October, also oue
for cirls. Terms made known ou application a:
No. 22 Wentworth street. sep27-l2"
ENGLISH. FRENCH, CLASSICAL AND
MATHEM ITIOAL ACADEMY, No. 30 HULL
M'KEET -Tue Exercises of the above Institution 1
will be resumed ou MONDAY. 3d october.
6ep2U-mtiism4 w. H. TARRAN r. M. D.
JJIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
The Exercises of this Institution wi;:""i>e re?
sumed ou MONDAY, 31 or october. Instruction
given lu Latin, Gi ees, French, German, Mathe?
matics, ami the higher branches o? English.
Terms of Tuition so per quarter, payable _i ad?
No extra charge for French, German or Sta?
tionery. W. R. K1NGMAN, A. M..
ERSKINE COLLEGE.-EXERCISES IN
THIS INSTITUTION will be resinned on
the Hist MONDAY lu October next, and continu?
uutii the second WEDNESDAY lu July. Course of
study extensive and thorough. Necessary ex?
penses for Collegiate year 51*). Candidates for
admission should be present at the opening or the
session, but are ad mittel at any time.
Persons wishing more particular information
eau address the President, K. c. GRIER, D. D..
Due Wost, s. c._ wona-fw?
RUTLEDGE AVENUE SEMINAR S
will commence lt next Session on the 3d or
October, at the corset of Calhoun street and i Le
Avenu?. D. X. LA FAR,
sepl5-i:- _ Principal.
MRS. HOPSON PINCKNE? WJLL RE?
SUME the Exercises or her Boarding and
Hay school for young La lies, on MONDAY, Octo?
ber 3, at No. 53 Hasel street. Neni-imo
p ARO LIN A EDUCATIONAL INSTI
V_^ 1 UTE.-The exercises of this School win be
resumei' (D.V.)on Mt-NDAY, Cl october, 1370, at
No. ii Coming street.
Madam?: A. Girt A P.D.
sep22-tht3.sm4_Mrs. 0. \V. ALKXANPER.
CL A S S I C A ?., - MATHEMATICAL
FRENCH AND GERMAN SCHOOL, "EAU
"AIS STR-.ET. ONE DOUR WEftT OF PUT.-Hie
exercises cf this School will bc resume ! on MON?
DAY, 3d October.
HENRY M. BR?NS. Principal.
CHARLES U. COCHRAN. Assistant.
A few Boys win be received a.s boarders ia the
family of the Principal.
ENGLISH AND GERMAN oOUOUL, Hu.
S2 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercls-* of
Hus nstttution embrace alli he branches necessary
for a good English und Commercial education.
The hours rr.nu 3 to 5 II'I lock P. M. are de Vi ired
to German lessons, viz: (Jiainmar, Speaking,
Writing uuu Reading. Lessons iu Drawing and
Moulding every Saturday morning. Tue Night
?school from 7 to 9 o'clock! for exercises of Arli h
metic. ?te.idlng, Spelling and Writing, and Orna?
mental aud Mechanical Drawlmr tor adults.
The Academy is unuer mv special superinten?
dence, wan the assislanee of Mr. J. MCDONALD,
Miss J. H. ANGEL. Miss LEON HARDT, Miss J.
Vocal Music by Professor F. BERCKIIAN.
C. H. BEKGMAKN,
ang9 .-rim- pal.
SUPERIOR COLUiiiNL WATER.
Manufactured and far sale by
-Dr. H. BAER.
oatt 181 Ue<:Ung street,
, - ?tte.iings.
UNION REFORM PARTY.-THE MEM?
BERS of the Convention of Charleston
Countj of the Union Reform party win assemble
for the purpose of organization, at the Hibernian
Hall, (lower room,) at 12 M., on MONDAY. 3d Octo
ber- ,. CHARLES H. SIMONTON,
o^1_Chairman Charleston County.
CHARLESTON TYPOGRAPHICAL SO
CIET1 .-The Regular Monthly Meeting of
your Society will be holden THIS EVENING, the ist
Instant, at 7 o'clock, over the Store of Mr. J. IL
V?llers, northeast comer of Beaufain aud Sc
By order. j. D. PARRY.
CAROLINA DRAMATIC CLUB.-AT?
TEND the Regular Monthly Meeting of vour
Club THIS EVENING, at half-past 7 o'clock, at No.
275 King street. Members will please be punctual,
aa business of great Importance will be tran?
sacted. By order. JOB. DAWSON, JR..
MEDICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTH CARO?
LINA.-The Regular MonthU Meeting or
the Society will be held THIS EVENING, ut 7
o'clock. MANNING SIMONS. IL I)..
HOMESTEAD BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION.-The Monthly Meeting will
be held TUTS EVENING. October lat. at Masonic
Hall, at hnlf-past 7 o'clock. A rew Shares for?
feited Stock will be sold previous to sale of the
The"Dues will be received from members daring
the day. at the store of William G. Whilden Jr Co.,
No. 29 Hayne street, and at the nail in the Eve?
ning. josEPn WHILDEN,
octl Secretary and Treasurer.
mo RENT, LEASE OR FOR SALE, A
JL large Lot on East Bay, with neat office and
entrance on Guignant street, which has recentlv
been used as a coal vard. For particulars apply
to H. GEKDTS A- CO._octl-stothlmo
TO RENT. THAT ELIGIBLY SITUATED
RESIDENCE, No. 95 Broad street, contain?
ing eight upright rooms, pantry, stable, cow?
house, and extenslv? outbuildings-well calcu?
lated Tor a genteel private boarding-house. Pos?
session given immeditttelv. Inquire on the prent?
lse.s. _'_oct 1-2
TO RENT, PART OF A HOUSE. No. 215
Meeting street. Kitchen accommodations
and good supply or water, gentleman and wife
pieferred. Apply on premises. scp30-4*
TO RENT, STORE No. 310 KING
STREET, a fine business stand, in central
parr or the city. Apply to S. R. MARSHALL,
corner Society and King streets._scp29
TO RENT, A HANDSOME STORE ON
Meeting street. Also, Tor sale or rent, a two
I story HOUSE in Coming street, near Spring, with
I modern Improvements. Apply to Dr. RODRIGUES
Meeting street. sepl2-ms
TO RENT, THREE STORY BRICK RESI
DENCE. No. 21 Meeting street, convenient
to thc Battery, with fine outbuildings and every
accommodation for a large family. Possession
given immedlatelv. For terms apply to JAMES
CONNER, No. 17 Broad street. ?mch30ws
TO RENT, HOUSE No. 6 LIMEHOUSE
STREET: a commodious and pleasant Resi?
dence, In complete order, with gas, water-works,
ample outbuildings, and large yard and garden.
Apply to LOWNDES 4 GRIMBALL. No. 26 Broad
FOR SALE, FINE HAY, IN BALES,
ar 31 per hundred, delivered. Apply to W.
HUNT. No. 42 Market street, north side.
FOR RENT OR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE In Orangeburg District, situated
on Lyons Creek, three and a naif miles from the
South Carolina Railroad. The tract contains
2500 acres, soil rich red clay, adapted to cotton,
corn, wheat, root crops and clover.
A splendid range for cattle; sunny hillsides for
vineyards, nnd low Iand3 ror meadows. Lyons
Creek, a large, never-falling stream runs through
tue estate, and furnishes one of the tlnest water
powers lu thc State.
A most valuable iron ore lia* beea discovered
recentlv on the place.
The estate has on it all the necessary farm
buildings, negro houses, barns, stables, glu
houses and small dwelling. It h_3 been hi con?
stant cultivation since the war, and the splendid
growing crop would give entire satisfaction.
It ts offered for rent or sale, on reasonable
Ad J ress Mrs. L M. KEITT,
Sociery HUI, Darlington District, S. C.
Or R. M. MARSHALL _ BRO., No. 33 Broad
tost ano forme.
LO?T, ON THE 13TU INSTANT ON
Meeting street ro.nl. a fine donlile-ea*a GOLD
WATCH AND CHAIN. The Watch ls numbered
2S.SSI, and ls marked J. H. R. The Chain has the
same initials on the post, A handsome reward
will be paid for its recovery if left at inls office.
LOST OR STOLEN, A PALMETTO
WALKING CANE, with stiver head, on
which owner's name is engraved. A liberal re?
ward will be pnkl If left at this office. sep23
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
associa-ed themselves for the purpose of
conducting a Wholesale FRUIT AND PRODUCE
ROSINESS in this cltv. under the Arm name or
BAYER A KR?SSEL, Ju., at No. 12 Market street.
sep29-_" FRANK KRE3SEL. JR.
Q. CARDIA N MUTUAL
LUE INSURANCE COMPANY
0?.C_NIZ_3 IN 1951?.
ALL POLICIES NON-F?RFEITABLE.
__LF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES RECURED.
__?T riiti D?T_>IND (FIFTY) to ?zz CSNT.
Prices _: force.f35,ooc,oo:'
Annuli Income. 300,0fr
Lesses Pal'.t. ?99.05?
W. H. PECKHAM, Preside.:.
WM. T. HOOKER, Ylce-Pres;l-_'.
L. MCADAM, Secretary and Actoarr.
Hon. John A. Dix. New York.
Hon. James Harper, Firm of Ha:;ie: t 3.-0*., ex
Mayor New York.
Jo_n J. Crane, President Bank Rep-bile.
Wm. M. Vermtiye, Banker, (Ycrmllye A Co.;
'."'aaj. G. Roc_wot>J, Casider Newark Bankin*
.IJH. George Upydyee, ex-Mayor New Tort.
.?not C. Morgan. Banker.
wiorcas Rigney, Firm Tnomus Rigney _ Co.
aeaji B. Sherman, Treasurer New York Steam
Sngar Retlnlng Company.
Aaron Arnold, Firm of Arnold, Constable A Co.
Richard n. Bowne, Wetmore & Bowne, Lawyers.
E. V. Haughwou?, Firm E. V. Haughwout A- CC
wm. Wiltons, Firm of Wintens A Co
Julius H. Pratt, Mercian:.
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Ciarles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Mercian:.
Geo. W. Cuylcr. Banker, Palmyra, N. T.
Geo. T. Hone, Presiden: Continental F\:s issu?
John G. Sherwood, Park Placs.
walton H. Peckham, corner Fifth Arenao an-1
5 'ward H. Wright, Newark, N. J,
'leo. W. Farlee, Counsellor.
W. L. Cogswell, Merchin;.
KEIM A IS3ERTEL,
Genera: Agents for South Carolina aud Georgia
Office No. 40 Broad stree:,
Charleston, S. 0.
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examining Pnyslc'mn.
U S T R E C E I VED,
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
Bicarbonate of Soda
Cream of Tartar
For sale, wholesale and retal1 bv
Dr. P. KAER,
octa No. 131 Meeting street.
Jj? O L L E E SKATING- |
THE ACADEMY OP MUSIC HALL, g
COMMENCING SATURDAY EVENING, OCTv'I.
Tte assemblies will be as follows: MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS from
A to 6 o'clock, and-TUESDAY) THURSDAY and
SATURDAY NIGHTS from lialf-past T to 10.
Admission to Night Assemblies 50 cents; Chil?
dren 25 cents. Tickets in packages of twelve, $3.
Cse of Skates, 25 cents.
Afternoon Assemblies, Ladles and Children, In?
cluding use of Sates, 25 cents; Gentlemen, includ?
ing use of Skates, so cents.
Season tickets of admission (good for all assem?
blies during three months; for gentlemen $5; for
ladies S3; for gentlemen and lady $7 50.
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 3.
Grand opening Academy of Music by the Chiefs
of the Amusement Profession,
SKIFF & GAYLORD'S MINSTRELS.
Co and see what has never before been attempted.
4 END MEN,
. All seated on the Stage at the same time.
2 BONE PLATERS
New stars and attractions.
JOE MACE, JB.,
sep22-S Business Agent.
fJlHE BIG SHOW IS COMING !
COLONEL C. T, AMES'S
GRAND NEW ORLEANS
THREE DAYS ONLY,
ON CITADEL GREEN, c.
THTRSDAV, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, October 6th,
7th aud 8th.
THE SUPERIOR GENERAL EXHIBITION OF
Three Hundred Horses and Persons required to
Produce the Imposing Exercises.
EVERYTHING RICH AND ELEGANT.
THE GREATS ST
RIDERS, ATHLETES. CLOWNS AND BALLET
ARTISTS IN THE PROPESS10N.
ELEPHANTS AND CAMELS,
From Arabia and Syria.
FAMILY OF EDUCATED MONS AND PANTHERS.
SPECTACULAR TOURNAMENTS. GLITTERING
PROCESSIONS, SPORTS AND GAMES.
win ir ;roduoe
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMEV OF FRANCE,
ITALY AND AMERICA.
THE GRAND REVI E'W
Surpasses all former Displays.
ROYAL TIGERS AND LIONS
LOOSE IN TdE STREET,
HERR LENGEL, THE LION KING.
fi "ff" Captain JOSEPH KINSLOWS Select Band
of Music will accompany the exercises.
ty The Review Till move at 10 o'clock A. M.
tar Doora open at 1 and 7 P. M. Performances
at 2 and hair-past 7 P. M.
REMOVAL.-MESSRS. ROBERT M?BJE
A CO.. have removed their Office from
Boyce's Wharf to Nos. 5 and 0 Central Wharves.
REMOVAL.-THE SUBSCRIBER HAV?
ING taken tlie store No. 237 Klug street,
formerly occupied by Lambert ? Howell, and
known as LA M BEST'S CARPKT STORE, will con?
tinue the Carpe: and Oil Cloth Business m all Its
sep20-tuths? G. A. COWMAN, Agent.
REMOVAL OF MRS. WOTTON'S
SCHOOL.-Mrs. WOTTON, having removed
to No. 52 Meeting >treet, one door south of St.
Michael's Church, the duties of the SCHOOL will
be resumed ou WKDNKSDAV, October 5.
g OL'TU ERN DYE HOUSE.
Anew FRENCH DYE HOUSZhaa been opened
at No. 35i< Kiujr street, where DYEING in all col?
ors, and Cleaning of all kinds is done at the
ah .nest notice and in in? beststvie.
BLASCOW, BILLER A CO..
No. ."50 King street, near corner George street,
BOARD -FAMILIES AND YOUNG MEN
can be pleasantly accommodated at the
fun^r uf Wentworth and Glebe streets.
?tliliincrtj, -fancp ?coos, &t.
MME?. LUZIER ET MALONE,
No. 297 KING STREET,
(Above the Dollar Store.)
CORSETICRES ET COUTURIERES FRAN?AISES.
The latest stvle* In Dresses i.'loaKs aud Corsets.
Dresses tut aud flited, and Patterns sold at low?
Country Orders promptly attended to.
iUttcljiucrrj, 8t. .
n E I S O L H'S
COTTON GINNING MI L"?L S ,
(FOR L'.'NG AND SnORT STAPLE COTTON.)
WEST END OF TItADD STREET, ON ASH?
Are now In complete order, and are prepared
LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON, ON TOLL.
R. G. OHISOLM.
A E R E L MACHINERY.
PATENT BARREL MACHINES
For tight and slack work.
WU! make barrels of every description, suchas
AND OIL BARRELS.
These MACHINES will make Barrels from either
rived or sawed staves, aud produce them In the
most perfeci aud beautiful style, as well as
stronger and better than those made by hand,
am) at a reduction of aOout one-half of the cost ol
MACHINES FOR CUTTING STAVES
and making beadings for Flour Barrels for sale,
combining all the ?aiest and best Improvements
The Barrel Machinery can be seen in operation
at the St. Louis Burrel Woiks, probably .he most
extensive and complete in its line lu the United
For Machines and pateut rights addrpss
St. Louis Barrel Works, St. Louis, Mo.
Send for Descriptive Olrculara.
tototttitg, C?piow, Gt.
Jg L. Mp BILL O,
I -: CIGAR'MANOTACTCRER,
Invites the publie to'try bia CIGARS at?, 8 and
10 cents apiece (Spanish). Also, his stock of real
MEERSCHAUM PIPES, from $2 to $4 apiece, In
Cases. Also, the genuine Lyons'a Durham Smok?
ing Tobacco at 73 cents per pound. Also, Domes?
tic Cigars as tow as $2 per box. Give me a falr
trlal.- Call at No. 349 King street, above Liberty.
?ORN! '. OORN! COBNT"
! SvCO bushels-Prime WHITE CORN
2000 bushels Yellow Corn. '
For sale by T. TUPPER A SONS.
0 A L ! COAL! COALI
650 tons Superior Red Ash, Egg and Stove COAL,
Dally expected to arrive per Brig Minnie Miller
and Schooner S. T. Baker. For sale low while
discharging. Applv to
C. W. SEIG.NIO?S,
No. 271 East Bay, between Hasel and Wentworth
gEED! SEED! S E ED I
1500 bushels Prince Edward's Island Black
SE RD OATS
100 bushels- Prime Seed Rye.
For sale by WEST A JONES.
sep2S _No. 76 East Bay.
JJEATH & BICE,
AO. 9 BA TNT STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
", WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, CIGARS,
Have on hand, and are dally receiving, a large
and well selected stock of the above, which they
fitter on the most favorable terms.
We have stui retained the services of Mr. JOB
DAWSON, who will be pleased to see his friends.
EEDS ! SEEDS ! SEEDS !
SEED WHEAT !
Seed Rye !
Seed Barley 1
Seed Oats I
Carefully selected for this soil, and for sale by
8ep20-tuthslmo_JOHN OAMPSEN k CO.
"PHYSICIANS, PLEASE NOTICE.
GENUINE AND PURE MEDICINES.
IODIDE POTASSIUM, Calvert's CarboUd Acid
Citric Acid, Herring's wine of Colchicum
Herring's Citrate Iron and Quinine
J. Collis Brown's Chlorodyne
German Chloral Hydrate. . a. j. LTJHN,
Apothecary and Chemist,
Southeast Corner Klug md John streets,
may2S-thstu6mos Char eaton, S. G.
Ct)ina, Crockers. &t.
TTfM. G. WHILD3N A CO.
HAVE REMOVED THEIR
WHOLESALE C EOCKE R Y, CHINA
FROM No. 137 MEETING STREET TO No.^JW
Extending through to No. 62 MARKET STREET,
entrance on bott streets.
Mr. W. S. LANNEAU will have the WHOLE?
SALE DEPARTMENT especially under his charge,
and Mr. STEPHEN THOMAS, Jr., will be found at
the RETAIL STORE, No^255 KING STREET, cor?
ner Beaufain, and will manage that branch.
Our customers and friends will dud a complete
ASSORTMENT OF GOODS at both Stores at REA*
Wit. G. WHILDEN. .S. THOMAS, J R.. W. S. LAN NB AO,
CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWABE
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
NO. 29 HAINE STREET,
No. 62 MARKET STREET.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE 4
CUT AND PRESSED GLASS
CROCKERY AND CHINA
N u . s ?8 KI N G .STREET,
C?EXEB 3 EAt; FAIN.
For sale oj
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN ? CO.
?ntnbcr, -fuel, &c.
[7-ELLOW PENE LUMBER,
Of the 'JEST QUALITY, and In quantities to snit
purchasers, can be obtained by applying to
W. J. BR YANTA CO..
No. 2 Ann street, Charleston. S. C.,
Or at Branchville Postonlce, S. C. '
SS* Columbia Phoenix and Augusta Chronicle
and sentinel wilt please copy and send bill to this
No. 87 LINE STREET, BETWEEN KING AND
LUMBER of every description and BUILDING
MATERIAL, Lime and Plastering Laths, Paints,
Olia, Glasses, Shingles; also Groove and Tougue
Boards, Ac, constantly on hand at the lowest
market prices; also, Vegetable Boxem}
JQJ HENRY'S RETREAT, JQ^
No. 1U7 EAST BAY. ONE DOOR BELOW BROAD
2. Oysters always fresh on hand.
3. FREE LUNCH from half-past 10 o'clock
4. Meal? at ail horns. Dinner served from 12
to 4 P. M.
5. Meals served on Sundav until 2 P. M.
6. The best IMPORTED WINES, Llquo's and
7. Only place lu town for good gen?lne Hot
Tom and Jerry.
Give me a call.
Formerly Barkeeper at the Mills House.
JTHN M~AR SHALL, JB.,
NAVAL STORES, COTTON, LUMBER AND RICE.
Charleston, S. C.
pERFECTION IN BAKING.
Housekeepers who do their Cooking on Kero
sene or Gas Stoves, should procure
DUVAL'S PATENT BAKFR,
which will bake Bread, Blscr.W. ties, Ac., and
Roam I'oultry, Beef, Potatoes, Ac, to pBrfectijpn.
For sale by J. B. DUVAL A SON,
may28-B No. 337 King street.