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Address RIORDAN. DAWSON A CO.,
No. 149 East Bay. Charleston. S. 0.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1870.
UNION REFORM TICKET.
R. B. CARPENTER.
M. C. BUTLER.
For State Senator,
FRANZ MJELCHERS, ABRAHAM BROWN,
RlCH'D HOLLOWAY, T. W. EASTER LINO,
BD tVTN WILLIS, ADAM M. JACKSON,
CYRUS FENWICK, J. C. SHULER,
BERNARD O'S"KILL, GEO. WASHINGTON,
W. H. FRANOIS, 5. PORCHER SMITH,
JOHN F. BRITTON, SIMON POLITE,
JONAS BYRD, CARL BERLIN,
E. D. EUSTON, PAUL B. DRAYTON.
For Probate Judge,
For County Com m Uti lone rs,
T. S. BROWNING, W. H. SMITH,
For School Commissioner,
E. MONTAGUE GRIMKE.
Fox County Coroner,
E. L. ROCHE.
NEWS OF THE DAT.
-Gold closed Armin New York, on Satur?
day, at 13Jam.
-Cotton was dull and lower; uplands 10?c;
sales 1500 bales.
-In Liverpool cotton closed at 8ja8jd tor
uplands, and 9d for Orleans; sales 10,000 bales.
-Piano making.is the third manufacturing
Interest In volume in this country.
-Many imperialist French 1 migrants arrived
at New York on Friday on the St. Laurent.
-St. Louis is to have a new Union passenger
depot, which ls to cover three blocks and in?
clude a flue hotel.
-The effect of the prohibitory law In Massa?
chusetts has been to double the manufacture
of malt liquors in Boston.
-Illinois claims to have grown more rapidly
In population during the past ten years than
any other Suite in the Union.
-Tlie by-laws of the ?rand Lodge of Masons
of Illinois, which prohibited colored persons
from admission into Masonic lodges in that
.?tate. have been repealed.
-The number of lives reported to have been
lost by the freshet in the Shenandoah River,
between Harper's Ferry and Staunton, num?
bers nearly one hundred.
-A "revised list" ot German merchant ves
-eels, captured by the French, published by the
London Times ot Hie 20th ult., makes the
.whole number, of all sorts, thirty-three.
-A breach of promise suit, in which the
.damages are laid at $20,000, was on Wednes?
day commenced In New York by the widow of
a former editor pl the Courier des Etats Unis
agalnt a present edit' r of that paper.
-It is stated that the Hamburg steamer
Westphalia, which left New York last Wednes
day. was chased by the French gunboat La
Touche Treville, but having the advantage of
her adversar}- in point of speed, she managed
to keep her- at a respectful distance and to
escape her altogether.
-The dramatic season was never more bril
liant in New York than it is at present. The
long list ol theatres now open Includes Nlblo's
the Olympic. Hie Globe, Lina Edwin's, Wal
lack's, Booth's, Wood's, Fourteenth Street, the
Graud Opera House, the Comique, Stadt, and
-The Southern Commercial Convention,
which has been in session at Cincinnati for
four days past, adjourned pn Friday, to meet
in Baltimore on tlie third Monday in Septem?
ber, 1871. lu view of the national character
which the convention hos assumed, its name
has been changed to the "Natioual Commer?
-Fitz Hugh Ludlow, well known to the
Tending public as a writer of considerable
-brilliancy and aiiractiveness of style, died at
-Geneva, Switzerland, a short time since, aged
33. For many years past he had practiced the
excessive use of narcotics aud other stimu?
lants, which did much to hasten his corly
-The auli-Coolie League of Philadelphia
has addressed letters to the city nominees for
Comrress, asking the question, "If elected
will you vous to prohibit the hnportation, un?
der the cou i ract system, or otherwise, of coolie
labor into i be United States ?" Thc responses
wore rend ai a public meeting Wednesday
evening. Judge Kelly answers squarely, "I
will !" and the other replies, seven in number,
were to the saine effect.
-The American officers who sailed for
'Egypt in Ute ?arty spring, finding their recep?
tion by the government there so cordial, and
th?" land of Egypt so promising, having Eent
for their latnin- .s quite a number sailed from
"New York un Thursday, In the steamship Ba?
tavia. Arnon:; i he-rn were Mrs. General C. P.
Stone, Miss Stone and three children, Mrs.
General Rhett, Miss Rhett aud Master Rhett,
Mrs; Ueleeil 'Reynolds "and Mrs.. : Colonel
Frank Reynolds and son.
-The tt.-iii>ii,?uiers ar? raking notes of the
liow exuf? iou ot .-pois ou the sun. The aide of
tte 8uu IIUWJ turned towards us is covered
with liundr.-.if. of them, of all sizes; uod thc
area ot'oujs ul . .. . larger spots, which is now
near thu ceutrt- u? he disk, ls found by mea?
surement to eic?c>? 2,300,000,000 square miles_
a biggish "spot," niuo* it covers an area more s
than teu Hines HMM, of our globe. It appears ! rj
that there ie some connection between the au?
rora borealis and these changes upon the sun;
and the aurora ls most vivid and frequent
when the solar action ls most violent. The
astronomers are now trying to trace the asso?
ciation, and also to ascertain what the sun?
spot really is, and what its growing frequency
and extent portends. We trust they will And
nothing serious the matter with old Sol.
-An account of the shocking treatment of
Cuban ladies by the Spaniards, In Havana, ap?
pears in the New York World correspondence
from that city. On the 23d ultimo, twenty
prisoners, all wemen and children, reached
Havana by railway, and were led from the
depot to the female prison under guard, and
all lied, even children only five and six years
old being tightly pinioned by the arms. At
the head of the sad procession marched two
handsome young ladies of eighteen years, both
handcuffed. One was the daughter-in-law of
President C?spedes, the other the daughter of
General Figueredo, recently garroted ia San?
tiago. The ladies were all members ol the
best families on the island. As these unfortu?
nate creatures passed through the streets, the
Spanish mob Jeered and threatened them, and,
in some instances, attempted violence. Such
outrages as these ought to arouse the Indigna?
tion of the civilized world.
A MASS MEETING of the citizens of Charles?
ton will be held to-morrow evening, in front
of the Charleston Hotel. General M. C.
Butler, General Wade HamptOD, General
Kershaw and General Kennedy, are then
expected to address the people. Ex-Gover?
nor Vance, and other prominent speakers,
are al30 expected to be present
Oar Standard Bearers.
Whatever the result of the elections which
take place ten days hence, the people or
South Carolina will owe to Judge Carpenter
and General Butler a heavy debt of grati?
tude. With a generous unselfishness only
too rare in political history, they consented
to become the champions of the honest citi?
zens of the State. Abandoning a position
of honorable ease, the candidates o! the Re?
form party plunged into the thick of the
fight. And from the day of their nomina?
tion to this present moment, toiling inces?
santly and with unexampled zeal, they have
enjoyed no relief and sought no repose.
Mom, noon and night they have labored un?
tiringly to rescue the State from an abyss o?
nis'ortune and shame.. They have staked
personal honor, and public reputation, in a
intestin which the people have everything
o gain, and they have much to lose. Theirs
vould b<3 the pain and mortification of defeat,
vbile the people alone will reap the rich re
rards of victory.
When the Beform Convention assembled
n Colunbia, Judge Carpenter was on the
igb ror.d to preferment/and' had already
be respect aud regard of the people. Re
uhlican and comparative stranger though
e was, the whole State had conlidence io
is judicial purity, no less than in his pro
?ssional ability. The dominant party re?
tarded bim ns one whose conduct on the
lench did honor to their choice. A charge
>f official misconduct, Investigated at his
?wn urgent request, gave the Senate of the
state an opportunity of expressing their ex
dted opinion of bia impartiality as a judge,
md bis worth as a citizen. It was not ex?
pected that he should enter the political
irena. The Scott Radicals were ready to
bestow upon him well nigh any office io their
;ift, upon the single condition that he would
wink at rascality and be a silent partner in
corruption. This he could not and would
not do, and. before the Reform movement
was thought of, Judge Carpenter condemned
with honest indignation, the systematic nepo?
tism and fraud which, taking deep root in Co?
rnubia, threatened to destroy the growing
wealth of ibe State. Judge Carpenter, as is
?veil known, made no effort to obtain the Re?
form Domination. It-was certain that the
)pponeiio uf the Scott party would be over?
whelmed with abuse, that his motives would
De questioned, that his personal and public
conduct would tie impeached, that no stone
would be left unturned which could diminish
bis Influence or paralyze his strength. This
fudge Carpenter knew well enough, but,
ivhen the Reform party demanded that he
should lead them against the common ene
ny, he accepted the post of danger, resign
?d his seat on the bench, und, without delny,
jpened thc political campaign. The Radi?
als opened tire, all along the line. No word
)f reproach or bitternesd was now too bad
or him whom, a few. short weeks before,
hey bud surfeited with praise. They aecus
id him of every crime short of murder. The
?tadical stinkpots were inexhaustible. But
he public marked the pregnant fact that
here was no word of censure until Judge
Carpenter became the antagonist of the Scott
party, and that, although affidavits might be
iiougbt at ten dollars a dozen, no proof was
iver give.! that the allegations of bribery
md corruption had even a shadow or foun?
dation. Judge Carpenter, once aud for all,
ienied tue trulii of the ingenious calumnies
ff his quondam friends. These repeated the
?lale story willi wearying iteratiou, but of
?u?i?ttintial proof they gave none. In the
meanwhile Judge Carpenter swept through
the State, arousing the people from their
iislless despondency, and organizing wher?
ever ho w.'in u sturdy band of the soldiers of
Re'orin. What lu? hus accomplished is shown
.n the public prints. In brief, be and Gene
.?1 Butler have made the people realize the
vbolft evifiiit u their danger, and that it is
n their power to. burl down the barrier
vliich divides them from security, plenteous
icoo aud peace.
Genera! Buller, gallant soldier and courte
?us gentleman that he is, has had his full
hare o- contumely and misrepresentation.
?he Rad.cal revilers discovered blots even
apon his Bpotlegs shield, and, ic. their sect
hearts, have wondered why a man so dist!
guished should battle so desperately tor t
barren honors of Lieutenant-Governor
South Carolina. They cannot understai
that private convenience, and private coi
fort, should count as nothing in compari3<
with the good of the State. Than Genet
Butler no man has been more devotedly tn
to this people, and if proof were wantin
it would be found in the burning enthusias
with which be bas fought the battle of B
form. A triumphant issue could bring
bim no material reward commensurate wi
the labor he has undergone, and the eaci
fices he has made. Nearly every county
the State has heard his cheery voice; b
very name is a tower of confidence ar
strength. But, come what may, his so
recompense-all that be asks for-is tl
hearty well done ! of his people.
At this closing stage of the canvass v
have deemed it proper to point out the ma;
nitude of the burden which Judge Carpenb
and General Butler were called on ?
assume, and to direct attention to the ma
vellous industry, aud surpassing energy, wil
which these gentlemen have worked 1
achieve the redemption of the State. Ha
we a thousand men like them, the defeat i
the Scott party would be certain. And, 8
it is, if the people of the State-all whos
interests are in peril-do only one-half c
much for themselves as the Reform cand
dates have done for them, a new era <
honesty and justice will dawn upon Sout
Carolina on the nineteenth day of Octobei
The Joint Election Committees.
Mr. Seibels, the Secretary of the Exect
tive Committee of the Union Reform Partj
prints a statement that "the efforts on th
"part of the committee to secure fair pla
"in the coming election have been fruil
"less;" also, that "the Governor and Mt
"Ransier. ore very profuse in their expr?s
"sions of-*a desire- for us to have fair play
"but when you. come to reduce this matte
"to something tangible and practicable, i
"ls explained away eo you can't find it.
Commenting upon this, the Columbia Puce
nix says : "The assurances given in profit
"terms by Governor Scott and his colleague
"Mr. Ransier, os to their disposition to pro
"vide for a fair and satisfactory election an
"now declared to bo worth nothing practi
We do not know what was the.nature 0
"the efforts" whose failure Mr. Seibels re
lates, but we are disinclined to believe thai
Mr. Ransier has iu any wisc receded fron
the proposition contained io hts letter lc
General Kershaw. From tb? beginning, il
was distinctly understood that neither Mr.
Ransier nor Gerjeral Kershaw, Dor both 0
them, could compel the Commissioners ol
Elections to allow an independent joint com?
mittee to witness their proceedings and re?
main with the ballot boxes from the opening
of the polls until the linal canvass. There
was doubt aud uneasiness, however, in tut
minds of all good citizens, and it was con?
ceived that if the commissioners intended tc
act fairly they would not object to the super?
vision of a committee which, without ham?
mering their movements in any way, would
give to both political parties the security so
generally desired. Those views were sub?
mitted to Mr. Ransier, who, without a mo?
ment's hesitation, said that he would use all
his personal and official influence to bring
about the appointment of the joint commit?
tees referred to. This was reiterated in his
letter to General Kershaw, who at once
agreed to the plan ns one which was certainly
of great moment to the Reform party. The
next step, it seems to us, should have been to
draw up a brief circular, recapitulating tito
agreement between tho representatives of
the two parties, and urging the Commission?
ers of Elections to cousent to the appoint?
ment of the Joint Committee in every elec?
tion precinct. This circular, signed by both
General Kershaw and Mr. Ransier, would
have secured the aciivc co-operation o? the
large majority of the Commissioners of Elec?
tions, while the minority, giving cause for
suspicion and distrust, would bo wal ched
throughout with scrupulous care by at least
the Reform party. This wu3 the plain and
simple way of giving practical effect to the
plan proposed, and unless Mr. Ransier lias
positively declined to sign such a joint circu?
lar as we have sketched out, we must de?
cline to admit that, in tins instance, th e
Radical leaders have shown bad faith or in?
It is time that something should be done.
We, therefore, beg ihe Reform committees in
each county to wait at once upon the several
Commissioners ol Elections, and ascertain
whether they will agree to the appointment
of joint committees as explained in Hie
Kersba w-Kansier letters. Where the Com?
missioners of Elections refuse to do what is
only reasonable and righi, let them bo
watched with sleepless vigilance. Where
they consent, u conference between the Radi?
cal aud Reform Committees will enable the
selection or committees who ure trusted by
boll) sides and will do their work well. Each
county should, at once luke this matter in
hand, au<i make the best arrangements it
ca.i for insuring a fair and peaceful election.
GEKEKAL BONHAM had an enthusiastic
welcome at Ninety-Six on Wednesday. In
Iiis speecli he pledged both Laud and heart iu
the cause of Reform, and protested that he
yielded to none in ardent hope and steadfast
devotion. After vindicating the principles
of Reform and tho character of the Reform
candidates he declared that "110 while man
"of the South could hesitate upon the issue
"presente'.!, or fail lo do Iiis duty at the polls."
A COSDUTTKE of three has been appointed
to wail on the merchants and mechanics at
Union Courthouse, aud suggest that all busi?
ness be suspended on. thc day of election.
We hope io see every business house in
Charleston closed ou the 19th. Let us give
twelve hours to the work of redeeming South
THE Uuionville Times justly says that
what we uow want is a masterly activity.
We must work ! work ! work ! from this day
until the election is over if we would rid our
State ol the infamous rule of Scott and his
A Good Word from Abbeville.
The Press and Banner does not admit that
there is any apathy in Abbeville Dietrict,
and declares that Abbeville is able to take
care of herself from seeming friends as from
open enemies. What though-it says-we
have not as many Reform clubs nor have
held as many Reform meetings as some of
our sister districts, it will be time enough to
boast at the "count out" when we- are
"weighed in the balancr and found want?
ing." Until then we wih not undertake to
say where the most effective work of the
campaign bas been done.
AT COLUMBIA, on Saturday, General But?
ler read to a public meeting a letter from
General Wade Hampton fully confirming
the charge that Governor Scott, before the
last Presidential ' election, bad proposed to
throw the negroes overboard and bring "the
Democrats" into power. How now ?
B. G. Huons, a reformed Radical, publishes
an earnest appeal to bis colored brethren of
Barnwell County, imploring then) to vote the
Reform ticiet, He says that when he at?
tempted to declare himself a short time ago,
he was "bullied and beaten" for bis pains.
Now be is a free man, in soul as well as
body, and can cry "UnionReform, forever!"
WANTS OF ALL KINDS CAN BE
made known to everybody hi this column
at i ne rate of 25 cents for twenty words or leas,.
each insertion, If paid In advance._
WANTED, A YOUNG LAD FOR A DRY
goods store. Apply at No. 2C2 King street.
WANTED, ROOM AND BOARD IN A
private ramify, by a gentleman bnd wire.
Please address "D," at this otflce. octlO-l?
WANTED. AT HEWITT'S GLOBE
Hotel, Augusta, Ga., two first-class Cham?
bermaids, white; wages linera!. Apply at the
office or the Charlettotf Hotel from ll to 12 and
from 3 to 4 P. M._octa
ALL IN WANT OF BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, Ac, should not fail to call at MUR?
RA PS, No. 113 Market street, near King, where
they can purri: ase cheaper than elsewhere.
WANTED, A MAN SERVANT. ALSO,
a woman to cook and wash. Apply at
No. 19 Legare street._. oct7-3
SECOND HAND MELODEON. -WANT?
ED, a Second-hand Melodeon, (Ave octaves,)
In good order. Address, stating lowest price
and name of maker, "S. S.," NBWS office.
WANTED, BY A RESPECTABLE COL
ORED Man. a situation as PORTER, or
any employment whereby he may be enabled to
BU upon himself and family. Recommendations
furnished if necessary. Apply at this office to
WANTED A G O O D COOK AND
WASHER for a small family. Inquire at
this office. ocW
WANTED, EVERY MERCHANT TO
know that NOW ls the TIMS, and TUE
NEWS JOB OFPICE is the TLACE, to get his Cards
ami Circulars printed neatly, and at low rates,
for the Fall Trae e. aug4
WANTED A HOUSE, ON A LEASE OF
TUREE OR FOUR YEARS.-A location on
or near Rutledge Avenue preferred. The lease to
begin as near M November as practicable. Ap
ply at 22 Broad street._octa
WANTED.-A SCIENTIFIC LECTU?
RER dedres a Partner for the coming
season who can furnish from three to live hun?
dred dollars. Noone need apply except he be
moral, temperare and energetic. No lecturing
required of him. Very large p'oflts certain. For
Particulars, address Immediately, JOHN C. HUM-,
PU KIES. Windsor, S. C._oct5-Daclw
WANTED TO PURCHASE FOR CASH,
a small House. Address "House," NEWS
AT PRIVATE ~SAT?T^ HANDSOME
AND DESIRABLE RESIDENCE IN THE
HEALTHY AND GROWING TOWN OF FLOR
ENCH. S. C.-Alt that LOT OF LAND, measuring
275 feet on Irby street, anti 150 feet on Evans
street, with the neat and handsome two story
Dwelling nouse, Kitchen, Stables, Storehouse,
Dalry and all necessary outbuildings. The dwed>
lug has six comfortable rooms. All the build?
ings are In excellent order. On the premises are
a choice selection of fruit trees, grape vines and
fluide trees; also, an excellent vegetable ?urden.
Good well or pure water. In all, the entire
premises arc In splendid order, and retarded a
must desirable residence, and located lu thc
fashionable street. Tuc terms will be reasonable
to au acceptable party. Apply to or address
GEORUK M I'D. STOLL.
Real Estate Agent,
ocU0-mtli2mos Florence. S. C.
STRAWBERRY PLAN T S.-MRS. A.
RUUMILLAT. at No. 2 Cannon i-treet. will. In
amounts to suit purchasers, dil any orders with
which she may be favored, for Hie Plants or the
M A.M M OTU STRAWBERRY, thc fruit or which
has attracted universal admiration and prefer?
ence now for years past. As this ts the best sea?
son in which io transplant, orders are particularly
solicited without delay. Application may be
mude to Mrs. ROUMILLAT, at her resldeuceas
HAVE YOU CALLED AT BLACK
WELL'S NEW STORK? If nor, go at once.
Nu 121 Meeting street, belo* Market. octio
HORSES AND~~MULES FOR SALE.
Ten (?0) prims Saddle ami Harness Horses;
MI.-.U. two 0 rat-class .Mules, will be sold very low
Io cash or city acceptance. Apply to R. AR?
NOLD. Nu. ??io Meeting street, corner John.
FOR SALE, A CHEAP LOT OF SADDLE
aud Draft Horses. Inquire at. No. 52 State
HORSES.-JUST ARRIVED, AT MILLS
House Stable*., a line lot of Saddle und
Dian Horses. Will be sold low for cash or city
acceptance. oe: 10-3
FOR SALE, THAT LARGE AND ELE
GANT three story Brick Residence, situated
at the northwest corner of Pitt aud Calhoun
streets. Terms easy. Applv to W. J. McKERALL,
Marion, S. C. *_Juli 18-iuth
FOR SALE, A VBRY FINE ROSE?
WOOD PIANO, Seven Octaves, made to
order by HASELTON BRO'S, of New York City,
about six months ago. with all thc laiest Im?
provements. Ai ply to FRANK A. TAMI'LET, nt
A. IS, Goodwin A Co'ii, No. 147 Meeting street.
Qi A lA ??"FOR SALE, A LONG
W~?0\J\J, ESTABLISHED BUSI?
NESS. (Reiall.) paying a net profit ol $2500 per an?
num. Ample time given H purchaser to learn the
business. Th:s ls a rare chance for an active man
to secure a permanent Income. Business done
wholly Tor cash. Persons having the "stamps"
mid meaning business may address "$25uu in?
come," Box V, DAILY NEWS Office, glviiut real
FINE OLD HYSON TEA ONE DOLLAR
A POUND, at METZ-S GROCERY, corner
tineen and Meeting streets, opposite Mills House.
FOR SALE.-I HAVE ON HAND AND
for sale another supply of second-hand
Sewing Machines, ol various makers, which I
will dispose of very cheap. Call and examine at
No. 27-Queen street, J. LUKSFORD.
FOR ' SALE, THREE FARMS, TWO
miles from the Port Royal Railroad, In
the Whippy Swamp neighborhood. One Farm
contains 375 acres, one ?CO acres, and one 160
?eres. Each Farm contains one hundred acres
good planting land, with two or three comfort
able cubius on each; also well Umbered, good
range ror cattle and hogs: and perfectly healthy
al the seasons, tor particulars apply to K. I).
IL, Barn well Village. _ mavio
TO PRINTERS.-FOR SALE A RL'G
OLES'S Rot.iry Card and Billhead PRESS,
*X by 7 Inches Inside of Chase. The Press is In
perfect working order, and is capable of being
worked at the rate ol 2000 Impressions per hour.
ls sold to make room for a Isrger one. Price $100
cash. Apply at TUB ?Bira Job Office. may3
PERM VNENT AND TRAN S I E N T
BOARD can be obtained at the King Man?
sion, corner or George and Meeting streets, at
reasonable terms. oct7-fmw3*
?ost onrj Xornio.
WALKING CANE, with silver head, on
winch owner's name ls engr?ved. A liberal re?
ward will be paid if left at this office. 8ep28
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, UNION
REFORM PARTY.-A Meeting cf tbls Com?
mittee, will be Held at their hall THIS Erantes,
at 7 o'clock precisely. W. INGLISS,'Jr,, '
WABD 8 REFORM CLUB.-AN EX?
TRA Meeting of tne Working Committee
of this Ward wm be held TOTS EVENING, at
the residence ef Mr. LOUIS DDNNEMAN, corner
King and Sheppard streets, at hair-past seven
o'clock. Members are reques ed to be punctual,
as business of Importance will be submitted.
By order of JOSEPH E. BROWER, Chlrman.
octlO_J. F. YANDERL1PPE, Secretary.
UNION BEFORM CLUB, WABD No. 6.
An Adjourned Meeting or tbiB Club will be
held THIS EVENING, the loth instant, at hair-past
7 o'clock, at Oppenbelm's Hall. A large and
prompt attendance ls requested, as an election
will be held for a Working Committee.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER
COMPANY, No. 2.-Attend an Adjourned
Meeting or your Company, at your Hall, THIS
EVENING, the 10th Instant, at 8 o'clock-. Mem?
bers are respectfully requested to be punctual.
By order. EDWARD MAGUIRE,
SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE.-THE
Committee of Arrangements will meet THIS
EVENING, at the Board of Trade Rooms, at .7
o'clock. Gentlemen who have been invited to act
with Committee will please attend.
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
Chairman Committee or Arrangements.
SURVIVORS' ASSOCIATION OF
CHARLESTON DISTRICT.-The Regular
Meeting or your Association will be held on TUES?
DAY EVENING, nth Instant, at 7 o'clock, at Hiber?
nian Hall. A prompt and general attendance ls
particularly desired, as Delegates to the Annual
Meeting or the State Survivors' Association will
be chosen, and other business or Importance
come np for consideration.
By order or Colonel EDWARD MCCRADY, Jr.,
President. JAMES ARMSTRONG, JR.,
CHARLESTON LIBRARY SOCIETY.
The Kegnlar Quarterly Meeting or this Soci?
ety, will be held at the Ltbrary TO-MORROW, 11th
instant, at lu o'clock A. M.
NOTICE.-THE MEMBERS OF THE
SOUTH CAROLINA CLUB are requested to
meet at Columbia 10th November, 1870. Appli?
cations for membership most be sent to WADE
MANNING, Treasurer, at Columbia, S. C.
R. E. ELLISON, Jr..
oct3-mthl2 Secretary S. C. Club.
$0 fi era.
kitchen and outbuildings, to an approved
tenant with a small family. Apply No. 2 College
TO RENT, STORE No. 310 KING
STREET, a fine business stand. In central
part or the city. Apply to S. R. MARSHALL,
corner Society ami King streets._sep28
FOR RENT OR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE In Orangeburg District, situated
on Lyons Creek, three and a half miles from the
sooth Carolina Railroad. The tract contains
2900 acres, soil rich red clay, adapted to cotton,
corn, wheat, root crops and clover.
A splendid range for cattle, sunny hillsides for
vineyards, and low lands for meadown. Lyons
Creek, a large, never-falling stream runs through
.theestate, and furnishes one of the finest water
powers In the State.
A most valuable iron ore has been discovered
recently on the placa
The estate has on lt all the necessary farm
buildings, negro bouses, barns, stables, gin
houses and small dwelUng. It has been In con
stant cultivation since the war, and the splendid
growing crop would give entire satisfaction.
It ls offered for rent or sale, on reasonable
AddrcBS Mrs. L M. KBITT, .
Society Hill, Darlington District, S. 0.
Or R. M. MARSHALL A BRO., No. 33 Broad
MISS WINSTON'S BOARDING AND
DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES AND
CHILDREN, No. IS Rutledge Avenue.
- Classes in German and-French, and In English
Literature and History for advanced pupils.
Lessons In Vocal and Instrumental Music, by
a Teacher trained" In a t-'erm&n Conservatoire.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RESUME
the exercises or his SCHOOL FOR BOYS, at
No. 104 Broad street, on MONDAY, the 3d or Oc?
tober' next. In-tructlon given in Mathematics,
English,.and In Language.
WM. P. DESAUSSURE,
Bcpl9-mthlmo_No. 104 Broad street.
NOTICE.-MRS. PAULINE DUFORT
takes this method of informing her friends
and patrons that she ls now prepared for giving
Lessons in .the Frenen Language. A Class will be
formed for Boys, also one for Girls. Terms made
kuown on application at No. 22 Wentworth street.
ENGLISH AND GERMAN SCHOOL, No.
82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exercises or
thls-nstltutlon embrace all thc branches necessary
for a good English and Commercial education.
The hours from 3 to 5 o'clock P. M. are devoted
io German leesons, viz: Grammar, Speaking,
Writing and Reading. Lessons In Drawing and
Moulding every Saturday morning. The Night
School from 7 to 9 o'clock, for exercises of Arith?
metic, Reading, Spelling and Writing, and Orna?
mental and Mechanical Drawing for adults.
The Academy is under my special ?uperinten
itencc. with thc assistance of Mr. J. MCDONALD,
Miss J. H. ANGEL, Miss LEONHARDT, Miss J.
Vocal Music by Professor F. BERCKIIAN.
C. H. BERGMANN,
ang9 * Principal.
REM OY ED.-THE UNDERSIGNED
hare moved to No. 131 East Buy ?tr et, next
to >EWS OFFICE. Store H> presr-nt occupied by
M. G. FOLLIN. WILCOX, GIBBS 4 CO.,
octs-io Importers and neuters uv Guano,
S?issolutions of Copartnership.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Thc Copartnership heretofore exlsilng under
Hie name of JOSEPH HBWO? k C. H. KURTH,
known as the'.Point House. Sullivan's Island."
ls hereby dissolved by mutual consent. Thc lin
t-la^sd will hereafter be conducted by JOSEPH
HEWOT, who will settle the business of the late
Arm. (Signed) JOSEPH HEWOT.
octlO-3* C. H. KURTH.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Notice ls hereby given that the limited
partnership .""bslstlng between the undersigned
ls this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Creditors of the firm will send in their demands
to Messrs. DOTSON'S k I-EGARE within three
months from date.
(Signed.) JOHN D. STOCKER,
.Signed.) PAUL S. FELDER.
Orangeburg, July 15,1S*0.
gOUTHEEN DYE HOCSE.
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
at No. 359 King street, where DYEING In all col?
ors, and Cleaning ol all kinds ls done at the
sh rtest notice and In the best style.
BLASCOW, BILLER k CO.,
No. 359 King street, near corner George street.
J. ?fc 3?. COATS'
IS NOW THE
Thread put up for the American market which ls
SIX-CORD IN ALL NUMBERS,
From No. 8 to No. loo Inclusive.
FOB HAND AND MACHINE.
JOHN k HUGH AUCUlNCLtJSS,
Sole Agents In New York for J. A P. COATS, of
oct3-lmo Paisley, Scotland.
PROFESSOR BERG EB'S BED-BUG
Costar's INSECT POWDER
Glentworth's Roach Exterminator
Costar's Rat Poison'
Isaacsen's Sure Pop-Death to Mosquitoes.
For sale by DR. H. BA ER,
jnly6 N" * " ' Meeting street.
- -jin r-j-L-ij-inj-.- jxj-o-ur^-i_-_-iWn-- -i.-, i -utj? >??WW I-- ? V*?** ,
j^CADE MY OF M D S I 0 .
Miss LAURA KEENE....Sole Lessee and Manager.
R. D. OGDEN.Director and Manager. .
E. D. DALTON.s tage Manager.
J. L. MOSES.Treasurer.
MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER ?OTH, 18T0.
FOR POSmVBLT ONFWEXX O?TCT. -
The world renowned
RAVEL-MARTIN ETTI TROUPE.
There will positively be no repetition of pieces.
Only alz nights. And one matinee at half price.
MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER lora,
The performance wul commence with the petit
A KISS IN THE DARK.
In which the great Southern favorites
MR. R. D'ORSAY OGDEN AND MISS SALLY PAR
TINGTON WILL APPEAR.
The performance will conclude with the serlo
eomlc pantomine of
JOCKO, THE BRAZILIAN APB.
Prices as usual. Seats can now be secured at
the Box Office. Por further particulars see small
bills. E. J. PARKER,
octT-3 Business Agent.
T NA FIRE COMPANY
A SOIREE of this Company will be given at the
HaU of the Engine Houae, on THURSDAY EVENING,
13th instant, at 8 o'clock. . Members wishing
Ticket8for themselves and friends can procure
them from either of the
C. C. WIGHTMAN. JOHN OGR??N.
T. J. LYONS. F. KREsSEL.
WALTER WEBB, Ja. J. T. WILSON.
C. A. VON DOHLEN. H. CARNIGHAN.
Firemen are requested to ajpear in their re?
THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC HALL,
COMMENCING SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 1.
The assemblies wul be as follows : MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS from
4 to 6 o'clock, and TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY NIGHTS from half-past T to 10.
Admission te Night AssembUea 60 cents; Chil?
dren 26 cents. Tickets m packages of twelve, $3.
Use of Skates, 25 cents.
Afternoon Assemblies, Ladles and Children, in?
cluding noe of Sates, 26 cents; Gentlemen, includ?
ing use of Skates, 60 cents.
Season tickets or admission (good for all assem?
blies during three months) for gentlemen $6; for
ladies $?.; for gentlemen and lady $7 60.
J 0. B. B .
A Lecture elucidating the principles of the In?
dependent Order "B'nai Berit,'1 Sons of the Cove?
nant, will be delivered by Brother N. LEVIN, a
member of Dan Lodge, No. 93, at Hasel street
Synagogue, on WEONESDAT EVKNIKO, October
12th, at 8 o'clock. Thc public are respectfully
Invited to attend. M. TRIESTE,
Secretary Committee of Arrangements.
LESESNE & WELLS,
No. 10 BROAD STREET.
"W-O. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
loo tons No. 1 PERUVIAN (Chincha) GUANO,
to arrive per schooner Ann E. Caril.
For sale by T. J. KERR A 00.
ATTSON it CLARK'S
Manufactured from the South Carolina Phosphate
Jalyll-mwf3moB Agent for South Carolina.
AGENCY FOR THE PERUVIAN
The subscribers having been appointed Local
Agents for the sale of PERUVIAN GUANO, would
respectfully Informed manufacturers and dealers
that they will deliver from warehouses, as well
as from ships direct on arrival from the Peruvian
Islands, PURE PERUVIAN GUANO, at the Gene
ral Agent's price In New York, to wit: Sixty
dollars, gold, on delivery. Every cargo will be
Inspect d and analyzed by Professor SHEPARD,
and satlfactory guarantees of its quality and
purity will always be furnished when desired.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
fanni <g>rjo?s, &c.
g TERANG SILVER FORKS AND
BY THE OUNCE OR DOZEN.
Sent to any part of the couutry per Express
C. O. D.
Photographs of different patterns sent by mall
Our facilities for manufacturing enable us to
give selections from the largest variety of pat?
terns and at the lowest price. No extra charge
BALL, BLACK ic CO.,
565 anil 667 Broadway,
julyie-lyr New York.
OLUMBTX D 0 T E L,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR.
The Proprietors of this pleasantly located and
elegantly fnrntshed Establishment, at the State
capital, desire to Inform the travelling public and
others seeking accommodations, tha*. the "CO?
LUMBIA" Is in every respect a tlrst-ciass Hotel,
unsurpassed by any in the State or the United
States, situated In the business centre of the
city, with fine large airy rooms, and a table sup?
plied with every delicacy of the season, both from
New York and Charleston markets, the Pi op rle
tors pledge themselves that, no etTorts will be
spared to give perfect satisfaction In every re
A flrst-class Livery Stable 1B attached to thf
Hotel, where vehicles of every description can be
had at the shortest notice.
omnibuses attend the airivnl and departure of
every Train, and passengers are carried to and
from the Hotel FREE OF CDARGB.
'ifYJ HENRY'S RETREAT,
No. 1?7 EAST BAY, ONE DIOR BELOW BROAD
2. Oysters always fresh on baud.
S. FREE LUNCH from half-past 10 o'clock
4. Meals at all hours. Dinner served from 12
to 4 P. M.
5. Meals served 011*Sunday until 2 P. M.
6. The best IMPORTED WINES, Liquors and
7. Only place in town for good genuine Hot
Tom and Jerry.
Give me a call.
Formerly Barkeeper at the Mills House.
H I s o L M * ?
COTTON GINNING MI LL S,
(FOR LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON.)
WEST END OF TRADD STREET, ON ASH?
Are now in complete order, and are prepared
LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON, ON TOLL.
R. G. CHISOLM.
&tottx?tnf C?piorf, #r.^
.gAGGING ! &GGING ! BAGGING !
200 rom Ludlow BAGOTJS?G, ix pounds
IBO rolls Dundee Boging, ix and IX pounds.
On consignment. For sale low.
KINSMAN A HOWELL,
octio-l_No. 128 last Bay.
JJAY AND SEEDS.
iso bales Prime l?stern HAT, ex schooner A.
E. Glover, Brown's Wharf, In lots to suli; purcna
. : INSTOSE,. ? i;.: !
1000 bushels Prime El ac Rand White Seed OATS
60 bushels: Prime Seed Rye, selected for.this
sou and season. For sale by
WEST A JONES,
octlO No. 76 Ei.st Bay.
Jg A G G I N G !
30 bales BAGGING, "BORNEO"
20 bslefr Bagging, "Iadla"
60 rolls Bugging, "Double Phoenix?
60 rods Bugging, "Single Phoenix"
20 rolls Bugging, "English Borneo"-Double
Warp, of superior quality.
Landing, and for sale by
W. B. SMITH A Oa, '
?J^EW TOES BAGGING.
60 rous New Tort BAGGING, for sale by"
OCtlO-2 HENRY COBIA A CO.
60 hhds. Prime Bacon SHOULDERS
16 hhds Bright Shoulders.
10 boxes Prime Western Dry Salted Shoul?
On consignment, and for sale by
octlc-mw2_"HENRY COBIA A CO
-gAGGING! BAGGING! BAGGING!
Twenty-five rolls'extra heavy GUNNY JAG?
GING, thirty yards to the roll, landing per st esme r
Clyde. For sale low from the wharf;
OCtlO-1_ WM. ROACH Sc CO.
H A T L A N DIN G;.
776 bales North River HAY landing thia day
and for sale by
octlo-i KINO A GIBBON.
A Y ! H A T ! ' H A ^ !
430 bales Prime North River HAT, ^
Now landing from Baric John Fyfe, at Brown's",
wnarr. For sale by
J. A. BNSLOW A CO.,
octlO_No. 141 Bast Bay.
?JOAL! GOAL! COAL !
loo tons of superior Red Ash Egg and Stove
COAL, now landing from brig Minnie Miller and
schooners. T. Baker. For sale low while discharg?
ing. Apply to 0. W. 8EIGN10U8,
No 271 East Bay,
. Between Hasel and Wentworth streets.
J1LO?HI FLOUR ! FLOUR I
Landing this day, per schooners Surprise and
600 barrels Choice Bakers' FLOUR.
700 barrels Fine, Extra and Super., which will
be sold low from wharf, by
STENHOUSE A- 00.,
oct8_No. 118 East Bay.
tA BOXES D. S. SHOULDERS
O VJ ?5 boxes' D. 8. Sides
ooo bois. Family. Extra, Soper and
Fine Flour. For t ale low by
WAOENER A MON8EB8,
oct4-6_Koa 163 and 166 East Bay.
JJ E ATH A RICE,
ATo. . HA TNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C,
WHOLESALE DEALS BS IN
WHISKIES, BRANDI GS, GINS, WINES, CIGARS,
Have o? hand, and are dally receiving, a large
and well selected stock of the above, which they
offer on the most favorable terms.
We have still retained the services of Mr. JOB
DAWSON, who will be pleased to see his friends.
GENUINE ENGLISH GOODS.
LOW'S BROWN WINDSOR SOAP
Low's Honey Soap
Low's Elder Flower Soap
Low's Glycerine soap
Piesse and Labia's Perfumes
Bank of Flowers
Heating's Oongh Lozenges.
Apothecary and Druggist,
Southeast corner Bang and John streets,
may :;-/m w?mos Charleston, 8. 0.
Clima, Crockt?rrj, &t.
WM- G. WHILDEN & CO.
HAYE REMOVED THEIR .
WHOLESALE C ROCK EEY, CHINA
FROM No. 127 MEETING STREET TO ?^. 29
Extending through to No. 62 MARKET STREET,
entrance on both streets.
Mr. W. S. LANNEA? wul have tue WHOLE?
SALE DEPARTMENT especially under his charge,
and Mr. STEPHEN THOMAS, Jr., win be found at
the RETAIL STORE, No. 255 KINO STREET, tor
ner Beaufaln, and will manage that branch.
Our customers and friends will find a complete
ASSORTMENT OF GOODS at both Stores at REA*
WM. G. WHILDBN. .3. THOMAS, JB..W. S. LAKNKAU,
CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
No. 29 HAYNE STREET,
No. 62 MARKET STREET.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE *
CUT AND PRE8SED GLASS
CROCKERY AND CHINA
NO. 25 5 KINO STREET,
For sale by
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN A 00.
Nerospapers, XUaganTies, &t.
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Texas Istie in England-by Alex. S. McRae, of
Coffee and Coffee Culture-by F
Suggestive Experience in Farming-by A. BL
Best Culture for "he South-by Thos. G. Clemson.
And many other Interesting articles, oiling
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