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' C ITT AFFAIRS.
ADVERTISERS will take notice that we cannot
??uzage that any advertisement sent to THE
NEWS office at a later hour than half-past nine
o'clock at night will appear In the next morn?
ing's paper. An exception to this rule ls made
4n favor ol notices of meetings, deaths and
Milting* Tbl? Day.
Hook and Ladder, No. 2. at 8 P. M.
Working Committee, Ward 8, at half-past 7
Reform Club, Ward 6, at half-past 7 P. M.
Executive Committee Beform Party, at 7
South Carolina Institute, at 7 P. M.
CURIOUS-to see sweet and Irish potatoes
unloading irom New York steamers. One
would think lt was like bringing coals to New
THE SALAMANDERS.-The Georgetown Times
announces the arrival of the new hook and
ladder apparatus of the Salamander Company
It is a handsome affair. A steam fire engine ls
expected to arrive soon.
IN TUE STREAM.-Several very fine ships
were lying off the Battery yesterday, to say
nothing of a fleet of schooners, sloops and
smaller craft, which were probably driven
into harbor by the heavy sea outside. It must
have Wowed "great guns."
. UNITED STATES COCRT.-We were in error in
g&tlng on Saturday that Richard Murphy and
Henry May had been fonnd not gulliy of the
charge of harboring seamen. The Jury render
ed the following verdict: "We find Richard
Murphy guilty, and Henry May not guilty."
NKW BICE.-The New York Journal of Com?
merce says: "Messrs. H. M. ? W. Le Count,
No. 136 Pearl street, oflthis city, have received
a stalk of new (white) rice, which shows very
vigorous growth. It was raised on the plan?
tation of Mr. J. Bennett Bissel!, Combab.ee
River, S. C."
" O'DONOVAN BOSSA MONUMENT ASSOCIA?
TION."-An association of the sous o? Ireland
was formed under the above name on Thurs?
day last. The officers are M. E. Collins, chair?
man; James Powers, treasurer, and James
Brennan, secretary. The association has for
its object the erection of a suitable monument
over the remains of the mother of Bossa, the
Irish martyr, and will issue an address to the
Irishmen of the United States for aid in carry?
ing out their laudable purpose.
THE FLORIDA STEAM LINE.-The steamer
City Point, which has been lately placed in
thorough order,'her machinery having been
overhauled and her hull repainted, will com
menee her trips to Palatka, Florida, touching
at Savannah, Fernandina and Jacksonville, by
leaving this city on Friday evening next
The City Point will run, as usual, in connec
?on with the "Dictator," these two first-class
vAjsels forming a line which is equal to any?
thing on the coast. The City Point will be
commanded by Captain D. B. Vincent, an ex?
perienced officer, and all his life connected
with the trade of this city. Passengers and
shippers will find every convenience and com?
fort In these vessels. Messrs. J. D. Aiken A
Co. are the agents here. Office on Central
THE STEAMSHIP TRADE.-The various steam
lines now plying from this city to Northern
ports are at present enjoying a large and
profitable trade, and the business ls steadily
growing. On Saturday last three steamers
Cleared from this port bound North, with the
following valuable cargo: The steamship Cham?
pion, of the Adgerilne,-for New York, with the
following larce Creight, viz : 2176 bales upland,
17 bags sea Island cotton, 100 barrels rosin, 77
l?ales domestics and sundries. The steamer
J. W. Everman, for Philadelphia, with 586
baies cotton, 70 tierces rice, 451 barrels rosin,
32 bales yarn and sundries. The steamship
Maryland, for Baltimore, with 433 balee cotton,
SI tierces rice, 120 barrels rosin, 41 barrels
Etiwan fertilizer, 29 bundles of leather, and
sundries. These larje end Important freights
apeak well for the prosperity and good man
agemeht of these steam lines, and the grow?
ing prosperity of the port.
THE SPRINO STREET WORKSHOPS OF THE
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.-That portion of
tb^e workshops known as the '-Hospital," or
shop for erecting and repairing engines, has
recently been pulled down, and a new one, on
an Improved plan, Is now being erected on the
same spot. The new building ls seventy-one
feet long, by fifty-two feet broad, and the walls
will have au altitude ot about twenty-eight
feet. The roof will be of tho shape known as
the "Mansard," through which an abundance
of light will be admitted by sky?
lights of hammered glass. An oil cellar,
provided with an oil press, has just been com?
pleted, where oil will be expressed from lard
for the use ot the company. A sliding section
table, made of Iron, for shil ling the engines
tn the shop from one trick to another, is
nearly finished, and will supercede the wooden
one now in use. In addition to the above, the
company-has purchased, and will soon put up,
a powerlul force pump, to be worked by steam,
which, In case of fire, will supply any portion
of the workshops with water.
Hotel Arrivals-October 8th and 9th.
James Charkel, New York; F. Rosebrook,
Aiken; J. M. Boberts, New York; R. C.
Welghtman, Philadelphia; R. B. Cain, W. O.
Cain, Sumter; J. C. Bundlett, Beaufort; F. E.
WellB, St. Thomas; W. Abrahams, Jr., Balti?
more; H. A. Curlel, Philadephia; M. E. Papy,
Gainesville; James F. Newbold, Baltimore:
Charles Bepka, Philadelphia; J. H. Burckhal
t*, WlUiston;G. W. Sellers, Mayesville; Henry
Goldsmith, J. B. Surely, New York; E. Hous
, ton and wife, Florida; J. W. McCarty,Rochester;
F. Daggelt, New York; S. B. Thomas, Florida;
N. Solinger and lady, New York; J. J. Creuse,
J. B. Baird, Atlanta; Dr. R. S. Heriot,
Georgetown; J. W. Redwood and wife, Vir?
ginia; James Lomas, Cincinnati; F. Nevith,
wife and child, T. E. Nevith, wife and child,
New York; W. P. Martin, wife and daughter.
United States Army; H. C. Pipe, Georgia; A.
C. Levitt, New York; John Wright, Carl Ber?
lin, H. P. Terrill, Edisto; H. G. Worthington,
Columbia; B. 0. Bowers, New Orleans; C. M.
Schurity, North Carolina; B. F. Whlttemore,
South Carolina; Captain J. C. Brain, Virginia;
Major Wilhe?lon, New York; W. S. Worth,
Philadelphia; James Yereauce and lady, G. A.
.Johns, New York; C. G. Kendall and' wife,
Beaufort; James Slade, New York; Mrs P. S.
Alcott, H. J. Church Alabama; J. T. Bageley,
Connecticut; F. C. Allston, South Carolina.
E. W. Selby, J. S. Bracknm, Columbia;
James Houston, J. S. Owen, Adams Run; R.
M. Butler, Jr., City; Pat Peppin, Ames's Cir?
cus; Captain J. D. Br?se, City; J. M. Long,
John B. Natter, Kentucky; H. T. Peters, Jr.,
City; C. H. Spices, John E. Doolittle, C. W.
Anlth, Miran Fox, New York; L. Montenerele,
Ames's Circus; T. Callahan, Bairdstown, Ga.;
W. J. Lee and wife, Kingstree; C. M. Matthews,
<Jourdln's; James 9. Foster, Wa?malaw;
SULLIVAN'S ISLAKI?.-Upwards of forty houses
will probably be erected on this island during
the ensuing fall and winter. It has recupe?
rated wonderfully since the war, and bids fair
to become again a fashionable resort. Above
all things, a good hotel ls needed, where what
Susan Nipper calls the "temporaries1' can find
a day's rest and a good dinner, whenever they
leave the city for the purpose.
THEATRICAL.-Dame Rumor has lt that Ed?
win Forrest, Joe Jefferson, the modern Rip
Van Winkle; Miss Gliddon, Neil Warner, and
other stars in the dramatic firmament, will
appear at the Academy of Music during the
winter. Charlestonis said to furnish better
and steadier audiences than any place of its
size in the South. It certainly 6eems to at?
tract the best travelling companies in the conn
THE YOUNG MEN.-Many of our young men
aro working heart and hand in the cause of
Reform, with a zeal which deserves the imita?
tion of the older and more influential citizens.
It is a curioua commentary on human nature,
that those who. do not own a dollar that can
be taxed are thus permitted to do the lion's
share of work, while those who must bear the
brunt of taxation sit with folded hands, and
are preparing to kiss the rod that will drive
them to their knees.
COTTON.-At a rough estimate, the present
crop of cotton will not fall far short of two
hundred and twenty-five millions of dollars.
Hurrah for that ! How muoh of this amount
?viii go out of our pockets, is a question for |
me statistician; but when we think of the mil
Ions required to pay for Northern fertilizers,
Hestern produce, New England cottons, Penn?
sylvania coal and Iron, European silks and
aces, and Yankee notions generally, we can't 1
iurrah80 much. Two hundred millions ol '
lollara ! What a sinful waste of greenbacks, 1
t seems, when one can't keep them.
DRUMMERS.-If these enterprising gentle- f
nen, many of whom are now making their *
arly fall visit to Charleston, will take a hint 1
riven kindly, it may add to tie warmth o? !
heir welcome and the success of their mission. 8
t is this-deal exclusively with jobbers, and 2
.How them, the home merchants, to supply E
he retail dealers of the city. No man can ex-1 v
iect to sell small lots of merchandise all over
own, and then after supplying the market lo?
uee the wholesale tradesman to give him a
u-ge order. It ls this taking of one's meat
rom under one's nose that has made all the
ute ry against commercial travellers.
CLUBS AND STARS.-On Saturday Wm. John- v
on was sentenced to pay $20 or go to jail for o
Jilly days lor creating a disturbance in King
treet on Friday night.
Jeannette Mitchell was arrested on suspicion
f larceny, and is held for examination.
Nancy Barnwell ls also held for examination
n the charge of being implicated in a late
A young man was arrested for shooting at
nother person on Meeting street. He was re.
>ased on giving bail to appear before court.
Otto Sontag was arrested on Saturday,
harped with selling some goods which were
>lt with him to be dyed.
Henry Dart and Gray Gaillard were sent to
di for making a malicious assault. Dart was
Eterwards released on ball.
COSRT OF GENERAL SESSIONS.-The court
let on Saturday, at 9 A. M., Judge Zephania
latt presiding. The following cases. were
sposed of :
The State vs. Joseph Williams, Gabriel
inckney, Robert Savage and William A. Hord g
.burglary, and larceny. A. M. Mackey, Esq., u
id C. W. Buttz, Esq., for defence. This case
as resumed, and no verdict was rendered,
ie Jury" sitting until ten o'clock yesterday 0
lornlng and falling to agree.
The grand Jury found a tree bill in the case n
f the State vs. William A. Hord, for perjury, .
ad no bill in the State vs. C. McVey, indicted
>r receiving stolen goods. a
Mr."Terence. R. Tighe, of Summerville, was n
imltted to practice In the courts of this State, t
The case of the Slate vs. William A. John- t
jn and J. WV, Morgan Indicted for the murder
f policeman "Martin, ls to be called up to-day.
THE WHARVES. -These are busy days among
tie stevedore's dnd longshoremen. The steam
rs from New York, Baltimore and Phlladel- [
ilia are bringing large freights, and the 1
rharves where they are unloaded are little c
entres of busy life In willoh men, mules and
aerchandlse play active parts. True, most ol r
hese"goods are destined for the interior towns j
f this State and Georgia, but to kuow that J
hey are even moving beyond U3 is an agreea
le offset to the chronic complaints of Broad
treet ?nd|. the Bay that there's uo money,
'here is money, and if gentlemen will only
/ait uptll William and the Frenchmen settle
heir little unpleasantness, so that the rest of. ^
aankind can feel their way more confidently,
hey will find the coffers unlocked, and busl
ess flowing once more in a prosperous chan?
el. As long as people wear clothes and u.?2
igeslive apparatus, there must be a market;
lie market must be supplied; farms and fac
>rs must make the supply, and greenbacks
ecp the world a-moving. Courage, therefore,
nd a stiff upper lip, until, ut least, old Gabriel
lows his horn.
THE Nnw CUSTOMHOUSE.-The work on this J
uilding was resumed last week. Through
ae courtesy ot Mr. T. H. Oakshott, the United J
tates superintendent of construction tor tills
ort, we learn the following particulars : The
rlginal plan ol the building has been conslde
ably modified; the northern and southern J
orticoes are to be dispensed with, and stone
alustrades placed upon the landings in their
lead; the eastern and western porticoes will 1
e completed according to the orignal design,
he western portico will be finished lim; and,
rlth a view to this end, the section of columns f
.-hieb, have been in position on -the landing of r
tie eastern, are now being brought over and i
laced In position on the former. Mr. Oak- f
hott assigns as his reason for moving these c
ectlons, that he has only enough ol them to [
nish one portico, and the quarries from
ruleta they were obtained having been closed,
aaterlal to match them exactly cannot now ?
ie had. The new columns will be placed on )
he eastern portico, where the difference in (
he material will be less noticeable. A stone j
lalustrade will be placed on the top of the
.uilding, extending all around, as originally
le3igned, but the dome will be a considerable
nodiflcation of the plan. The present wooden
Once wit! be taken down and replaced by a
?andsome Iron one, with stone posts. The
vork on :he wharves is being pushed vigo?
rously forward. They will cousist of two long
piers, running ea3t-one from the northern,
ind one trom the southern extremity ot the
tot, to points as far ont as the head of Fra?
ser's wharf, with a spacious bulkhead between.
Mr. Oakshott hopes to complete the whole in
about two years; and he assures us that, not?
withstanding the modifications, the building,
when finished, will be extremely handsome.
Mr. Oakshott came to our city In May last Trom
Portland, Maine, where he had just completed
two very handsome buildings-a granite cus?
tomhouse, and a marble postofflce, photo?
graphs of which may been at his office in the
REFORM MEETING AND BARBECUE
An immence meeting ot tbe Beform party
was held at Bonneau'a Depot, on the North?
eastern Railroad, on Saturday last. A special
train left tho city at an early hoar and carried
Judie Carpenter, Captain Maurice and many
other prominent gentlemen of the Beform
party up to the meeting, which convened im?
mediately after their arrival.
The Hon. Charles Macbeth was called to the
chair, and Mr. Thomas Raveuel was requested
to act as secretary. Upon taking the chair
Mr. Macbeth introduced Judge Carpenter, who
spoke for. upwards of two hours, being fre?
quently interrupted for several minutes at a
time by the unbounded enthusiasm of his im?
mense audience. His speech was powerfully
and clearly delivered, and is characterized by
those who heard him as one of his best efforts.
He was followed by Captain Samuel vV.
Maurice, ol Kiugstree, who brought to light
many of the hitherto hidden mysteries of the
rule of the Ring in Williamsburg County.
Captain Maurice bas doce yeomen's service in
the cause in this speech. Messrs. W. H.
Francis, Isaac Thorne and Cyrus W. Fenwick,
of Charleston, followed, and were received with
tremendous applauee. Their remarks were
mainly addressed to the throng of their color-1
ad friends who were present, and many of j
them were heard to express their satisfaction
with tho speeches.
General Butler was loudly called for, but was
ibsent in consequence of a previous appoint?
ment elsewhere. After the meeting had ad?
journed, tbe entire assembly enjoyed the fun
md excellence of the grandest barbecue which
lias ever been held in this section of our coun?
try. An interesting and novel feature of the
iccasion was th? presence of a very large nnm
jer of colored women who electioneered stoutly
br Carpenter and Butler. The excellent Scott
Sand of this city was in attendance, and en
ivened the meeting wi'h their performances.
Altogether the meeting was one of the most
gratifying successes which has anywhere at?
ended the Reform canvass, and muoa credit
s due to the committee of arrangements,
lessrs, Calhoun Cain, Charles Macbeth, Jr., IJ
.nd John C. Bradley, Jr., tor their untiring f
leal in completing the arran cernen ta which so
aaterially contributed to tbe comfort and con
enienco of those present.
RANGE OF THE THERMOMETER at Joseph
llackman's drug store, No. 39 Broad street,
Ictober 8 : Eight o'clock, 60; 10, 64; 12, 68; 2,
0; 4, 70; 6, 69; 8, 05. October 9: Eight o'clock,
5; 10, 69; 12, 74; 2, 74.
MASS MEETING- AT MOUNT HOLLT.-There
trill be a Reform mass meeting of the citizens
f St. James Goose Creek, at Mount Holly,
n Saturday, the 15th Instant. Prominent
peakers will address the meeting.
PERSONAL.-Mr. M. E. Papy, the editor of |
he Gainesville (Fla.) New Era, ls In the city,
nd will call on our merchants soliciting ad
ertlsements for his paper. This is an excel
ellent opportunity for our factors and others
o extend their business In Florida.
INQUEST.-Coroner Whiting held a Jury of
oquest yesterday morning over the body of |
olin Tucker, the watchman of the steamer
.lanter, who died on board, on Saturday
Ight, The Jury found that the deceased came
o his death from the effects ot conjestlve
CROMHS.- One of the circus men had his
atch and coat stolen from him yesterday.
The e:c-Hon. B. F. Whittemore, the cadet
llp auctioneer, is at the Mids House.
The line ot the Southern and Atlantic Tele
raph Company has reached a point about
m miles beyond Branchville.
JUDGE CARPENTER.-This gallant champion
i Beform arrived In Charleston from Chester
arly on Saturday morning, and In a few
ours alterward took the Northeastern train
>r Bonneau's, where he addressed the assem
etnu'?d multitude. Returning to Charleston
gain, Judge Carpenter was summoned to a
iieellng at Beech Island, for which place he
akes his departure this evening. Work like
his deserves and sboidd command success.
CLOSING UP ON ELECTION DAT.-At the meet
ag ol the Reform Central Club, held on the
th, a committee was appointed to wait on the
aerchants and masters of workshops, and
equest them to suspend business on the 19th
tistant-Election Day ! The names of the
ommittee are as follows: John H. Ostendorff, 1
L Harper, J. H. Wilson, Jehu Nelson, Gar- '
ett Byrne, W. Corbert, J. Rugheimer, Theo,
iltchell, W. S. Fraser, C. B. Nell, E. W.
jemnn, Cyrus Fenwick, F. L. Meyer, T. W.
?homp?on, E. Dunn, Isaac Thorne.
LAUNCH.-A fine schooner of about 2000
mshels capacity was successfully launched
rom the shipyard of Mr. Samuel Easterby, on
south Bay, on Saturday morning last. She is
milt of the best Carolina pine and oak for Cap
aln Henry Gradick, who will employ her
nosily In the rice trade. Her fine model and
;he excellent work on her reflects credit on
he builder, Mr. Samuel Easterby; the black
iraith, Mr. Chas. Scanlan; and thc rigger, Mr.
3co. Jefferson. The schooner is called "the R.
E. Lee. .
THE WAR OF TUE RADICAL FACTIONS.-Re?
ports having been current for a day or two
past that the break between the Cain and
[lowen factions had been patched up, our re
lorter, yesterday evening, interviewed Daddy
}ain, who emphatically repudiated the alleged
iompromlse. He said that although some
inch idea may be entertained by a lew sup
lorters of ? either faction, yet no propositions
'or a compromise have been made by any re
iponslble parties, and that, as far as he is con
:erned, he Intends to fight the battle to the
TUE GERMAN LADIES' SOCIETY FAIR.-We
ire pleased to learn that tho committee uu ar
-amrcments of this fair have received a very
iberal amount of contributions from their
rlends in this city, although as yet their
?all has met with no response elsewhere.
Vuioug the names ot the numerous coutribu
ors, we nolice as conspicuous that of Mr. Fred.
ron Santen, who, with his usual liberality,
las given to each of the six tables a very
?andso me present. The committee have se
;ured the two halls at the Academy of Music,
n one ot which the fair will be held, while the
)ther will be opened for those who
nay desire to "trip the light fantastic," 4c.
There will be two large ano well furnished
refreshment tables, conducted by Mrs. D. A.
imiuie, Mrs. Adolph Nimitz; and four laney
ables, which will be under thc management of |
Mrs. N. Fehrenbach, Mrs. Henry Bischoff, Mrs.
D. H. P. Fischer aud Mrs. C. Amme; also, two
soda water stands, a postotfice and that in?
dispensable adjunct ol all ladies'fairs-a raffle
stand. Friend Muller, with lils unrivalled
Eutaw Baud, will lend an additional charm to
the scene. Among the articles contributed,
are two large and handsome doll-houses and
several beautiful specimens of ladles' fancy
work made In this city. The fair will be open?
ed on the 31st instant, and will continue for
BILL HEADS printed on floe paper at $3, *4,
?5, $6 50 and $3 50 per thousand, according to
BIKO, at THE NEWS Job Office.
OPENING OP THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC-THT
RAYEL-MARTTNETTI TROUPE.-The regular
opening of the dramatic season takes place
this evening at the Academy of Music, under
the capable and experienced direction of Man?
ager R. D'Orsay Ogd en. The bill presented ls
of a varied and Interesting character. The
screaming farce known as "A Kiss in
the Dark" opens the entertainrrent, and
after a dance by Miss Sallie Partington, the
renowned Ravel-Martlnettl troupe will appear
In the amusing pantomime of "Jocko, or the
Brazilian Ape." The bill, we understand will
be changed on each of the six nights to which
the stay of the company Is limited. The little
ones will be delighted to hear that two half
price matinees will he given for their special
accommodation-one on Wednesday, and one
on Saturday afternoon.
A full house ought to greet the Mirtinettls,
for-such artists are seldom seen in Charleston.
Doors open at 7 P. M. Performance begins at
TRIBUTE OE RESPECT.
At a regular weekly meeting of the German
Friendly Society, held on the evening of the
5th inst., the subjoined preamble and resolu?
tions were unanimously adopted :
Once more the messenger of Death has in?
vaded our circle and taken from our midst a
useful and esteemed member. Mr. William T.
White, after a few days of sickness, has been
gathered to his Father. He was always de?
votedly attached to this society, ever scrupu?
lously zealous to advance its best interests,
and in endeavering to influence us for good by
bis timely and judicious counsel.
In his death this society has loat a warm
friend, his family an affectionate and indulgent
husbanded father, and the community a good
ind upright citizen.
Let bis virtues bo remembered and his
memory cherished. Therefore, be it '
Resolved, That in the rem oval from onr midst
sf our deceased associate, this society has sus?
tained the loss of a valued member.
Resolved, That a blank page in our Minuto
Book be appropriately inscribed to his memory.
Resolved. J hit lue :e proceeding bo publish?
ed io THE CHARLESTON NEWS and Courier, and
i copy of the same be sent to bis f mil v.
A.NR O UNCEMBNIS.
MESSRS. EDITORS: Please Insert the lollow
ng: JOHN C. MALLOXEE, nominated on the
>3th of September, for the Legislature, isa
umber merchant on Washington street; a
gentleman whom we all can centre on as a
worthy representative ol the entire communi
,y. MANY FRIENDS AND VOTKRS.
To CATTAIX HUNTER, OF THE EXECUTIVE
COMMITTEE OF THE CENTRAL CLUB.-Sir ;
)ur attention to-day has been called to a
nodel Reformer, Major E. Willis, one of the
?omineeB of oar part}', who, doubtless, ls ob
?oxlous to the poor man and an enemy to his
nterests, inasmuch as he led the opposition
o the Just demands of the Longshoremen in
he attempt to secure reasonable remunera
ion for their hard labor. Furthermore, our
?alor figures as the ruling spirit of the phos
>hate monopoly. Shall he be allowed to
itrengthen his position by election to the
legislature ? or will the people deny him the
?pportunlty to confirm his odious monopoly,
ind so ruin the industrious poor ? He will see.
* MANY VOTERS.
FOB CORONER, E. M. WnrrxNo, ESQ.-Messrs.
Zdltora : Believing that this ls no time to re?
nov? from office an efficient officer who has
9ng and iaithfully served the public, and who,
iy his energy, courtesy, uniform kindness and
onslderatlon, has given universal satisfaction
o the entire community, we would respect
ally nominate E. M. Whiting, Esq., as a can
lidate for the office of Coroner ot Charleston
bounty at the ensuing election.
oct? MANY CITIZENS.
MESSRS. EDITORS-Please announce Louis
)UNNEMAN as a candidate for County Com
nlssioner for Charleston County, and oblige
oct?-8* MANY VOTIRS.
RARE OPPORTUNITY.-In the prosperous
["own of Florence, that little city of railroad
?entres in our State, a fine opportunity to ob
aln a desirable residence is offered to parties
visaing to purchase. The premises are pleas
mtly situated on the corner of Evans and Irby
itrcets, In the most fashionable portion of the
own, are well watered and furnished, with a
argo garden and orchard, and all necessary
)utbulidlngs. For lurther particulars, see ad?
\Aucnox AND COMMISSION-Persons having
xislness In this line in Augusta would do well
:o call on or address Mr. Charles B. Day,
whose card appears elsewhere. Mr. Day ls
prepared to buy or sell upon conimlsiou every
iescrlptlon of produce, stocks, bonds, Ac,
?nd will devote his personal attention to con?
ARRIVAL OK FALL GOODS.-WC Invite atten?
tion to the advertisement of new styles of j
dress goods, blankets, carpets, Hannels, cassl
meres, Ac, which have Just been received, and
are now offered at bargains by Messrs. Furch
gott & Brother, corner of King and Calhoun
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, In leather bindings,
holding fifty pictures, 75c. and 90c. each, at No.
ICI King street, also at the Hasel street Ba?
zaar. CHAS. C. RIGHTER & Co.
C< USTRY DEALERS can purchaso their al?
bums at New York prices at the Hasel street
Bazaar. oct IO
A NEW LOT of mercantile note paper, five
quires for 60c, nt tho Hasel street Bazaar and
No. 161 King street. octlO
FiFTY-PrcTUitB ALBCMS, In velvet, 90c. each.
Hasel street Bazaar and 161 King street.
Only at BLACKWELL'S,
No. 121 Meeting street, below Market.
HORSES FOI; SALE.-We would refer our
readers to the advertisement of draft and sad?
dle horses in another column.
A GOOD CHANCE to make money by taking
the State Agency of the Wilson Sewing Ma?
chine. See advertisement. octT-2*
HAYE you tried my doilar Tea, Green aid
Black? WILSON'S GROCERY. june
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
IB now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at $4 per
thousand. Send your orders. Every mer?
chant and business man should have his card
printed on his envelopes.
? J. SCHLEPEGEELL,
NO. 87 LINE STREET, BETWEEN KING AND
LUMBER of every description and BUILDING
MATERIAL, Lime and Plastering Laths, Pam ts,
Ulla Glasses, Shingles; also Groove and Tongue
Boards, ac, constantly on hand at the lowest
market prices; also. Vegetable Boxes
LAFAKR-SETLE.-On the evening of the 6th of
October, by the Rev. W. S. Bowman. Mr. JOHN F.
LAFARB to Miss MAROARBT W., third danghter of
John H. Serle, Esq., all of this city. *
ps* THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances of Mrs. PAUL JONES and of Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Zealy and family, are respectfully
invited to attend the Funeral of the former from
her late residence, No. 8 Bee street, TO-MORROW
(Tuesday) MORNING, at io o'clock, without further
Sp erial Notices.
^.NOTICE-ALL PERSONS ARE
hereby cautioned against crediting any of the
Crew of the Bark MONSOON, as no debts of their
contracting will be paid by the Captain or Con?
signee. C. C. COE, Superintendent
oct8-12_M. A R. P. M. A M. Co.
pS* "THEYCURE!"-WHAT CURES?
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL for a Cough.
AYER'S PILLS for a purgative, and AYER'S
SARSAPARILLA for the complaints that require
an alterative medicine._,_oct3-mwf6
pS* SOUTH CAROLINA CENTRAL
RAILROAD COMPANY, CHARLESTON, 12TH
SEPTEMBER, 1870.-Subscribers are hereby noti?
fied that an Instalment of Five Dollars per Share
will be payable on the 15th day or October next,
as rollows, viz:
In Charleston, at the Office of the Company, Na.
10 Broad street.
In Sumter, to Colonel JAMES D. BL ANDING.
In Clarendon, to DR. JOHN I. INGRAM.
WM. H. PERONNEAC, Treasurer.
^?COTTON GINNING. -THE SD?
SCRIBER will GIN AND PACK SEA ISLAND
COTTON at 5 fi cents, and Upland at 3>i .cents
Bagging Included for each. Apply to STONEY A
LOWNDES, Yanderhorst Wharf.
WM. S. WHALEY, JR.,
sep28-thm8_John's Island Ferry.
pa* TO ARCHITECTS AND CON
TRACTORS.-Estimates will be received up to
the 20th of October for the building of a Masonic
Temple, In rear of the present Hall, on Went?
worth street, according to the plana and specifi?
cations In the office of the Grand Secretary.
The Committee reserves the right to accept any
estimate, although not the lowest.
The contractor will be required to give bond,
wita approved sureties, for tbe falthfal perform?
ance or tue contract.
Additional plans and specifications, with esti?
mates, for the erection of a banding lu rear of
the present Hall, on Wentworth street, will be
received by the Committee np to the aoth or
October. As soon thereafter as practicable, the
Committee win decide upon the plan and allot
the contre ct.
All plans and estimates must be delivered to
the Grand Secretary.
Any further information needed can bc had on
application to the Committee.
JAMES CONNER, Grand Master,
And Chairman of Building Committee.
;B?-LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS, an old German Tonic._
.^LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS, the most delightful and effective lu the
?&* LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS strengthens the debilitated._
par LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS cures female complaints._
$S* LLPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS cares "never well" people._
^aB-LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TE its will give an appetite._JnnlO-fmw
pS* S Y S T E MS KJN DOWN.-PER
SONS often auow their systems to "run down,"
or rather run them down by over-work, accom?
panied by a neg ect of the proper means of in?
vigoration. The result ls what ls called "O?NX
BAL DEBILITY;" in other words, a failure and
partial collapse of the pnylcal forces, accom?
panied, usually, by great degression of spirits.
The best remedy in such c.-'cs is UOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS. Wnei, ?? the state or ex?
haustion has been brought on by excessive phy?
sical labor, dissipation, anxiety of mind, expo?
sure, or any other cause, the remedial effect of
this great stomachic will bc found equally prompt
and certain. A9 a restorative, after severe sick?
ness has prostrated the bodily and mental ener?
gies, lt ls pronounced, by competent medical au
tborlty, "THE BEST TONIC IN usa." If men were?
not foolishly careless about their health, and over
confident in themselves, they would always,
when engaged in any work that required gniat
exertion, use corresponding means of sustain?
ing their strength. For this purpose HOSTET
TE R'S BITTERS are invaluable. All tollers should
use them as an Invlgorant.
For those constantly employed In in-door occu?
pations, especially lu crowded workshops, they
may be reckoned as the very best safeguard of
health. Where there ls a preulsposltlon to con?
stipation, or a tendency to biliousness, they may
be truly said to be a specific for which there ls no
^sr-A GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From the time when, In 1834, Dr. RUG GE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid" and Us extraordinary medi?
cal effects, nothing in the history or Medicine has
equalled lt. Largely used by the French physi?
cians in treatment of consumptive and scrofu?
lous diseases, lt was introduced by the Court Phy?
sician of Berlin, MAX ERNST HENRY, Into Prue
sta, and from thence to the United States. No?
thing else of the present day can equal HEN?
RY'S SOL?LION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patients got better after only one
lose has been taken, and we cordially recommend
It to the public-lErtltor "Argus." Ianl7 ivr
SAVE MONEY BY HAVING YOUR |
EXECUTED AT THE NEWS JOB !
?-ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.-*?
jOe-BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE ls the best in the world
harmless, reliable, instantaneous, docs not con?
tain lead, nor any vitallc .poison to produce par?
alysis or death. Avoid the vaunted and delusive
preparations boasting virtues they do not possess.
The genuine W. A. BATCHELORS HAIR DYE
has had thirty years' untarnished reputation to
uphold its integrity as the only perfect Hair Dye,
Black or Brown. Sold by all Druggists. Applied '
at No. 18 Bond street. New York.
ps* IN THIS CHANGEABLE CLIMATE
of oura a cold ls easily taken, and without due
care another will be contracted on top of lt-one
cold thus running Into another, until thc accom?
panying Cough becomes settled ami continued,
straining and racking the lungs, and ultimately
stimulating the production of tubercles; yet, not?
withstanding a majority of existing cases of
clearly defined Pulmonary Disease may thus bc
accounted for, thousands are now carelessly al?
lowing themselves ro drift through the prelimi?
nary symptoms, under the fatal delusion that
they are troubled with "Nothing but a Cold."
Uow obvious ls lt, therefore, that a Cold slioultl
be carefully cared for from its incipiency, and
every exertion used to rid the system of Its ef?
fects? Coughs and Colds, Pulmonary. Bronchial
and Asthmatic Affections, are readily cnreil by
that standard preparation, Dr. D. JAYNE'S EX?
PECTORANT, and by promptly resorting to it. all
rears of dangerous results will soon be dissipated.
Sold everywhere. GOODRICH, WISEMAN A CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, Charleston, S. C.
ps* AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TKUS8BS.-?omlort and Cure for the Ruptnred.
tent postpaid on receipt ol io cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 130 Lexington avenue, New
i ort. dsclfi
ps* TRY THE . "PIONEER" PAPER
COLLARS, pot np In "Log Cabin" boxes. Only
octlO Ko. 121 Mee: lng street, below Market.
ps* CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
"CLYDE," from New York, are hereby notified
that she is discharging cargo TO-DAY, at Pier No.
2 Tnlon Wharves. Goods uncalled for at sunset
will be stored at expense and risk of consignees.
octlO-l_WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent.
pS* CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
SEA GULL, from Baltimore, are hereby notified
that she ls THIS DAY discharging cargo at Pier
No. 1, Union Wharves. All Goods not taken away
at sunset, will remain on wharf at consignees
risk. MORDECAI ACO.,
RESTATE NOIICE.-ALL PERSONS
having claims against the estate of the late JOHN
C. BLOHME will present the same daly attested,
and all persons Indebted to him will make pay*
ment to DOROTHEA E. BLOOME,
?&* DRAWING-ROOM CHAT.-THE
following conversation took place In the drawing
room of a mansion en Chaton Avenue, Brooklyn,
one pleasant forenoon about ten days ago. (Twe
ladies, Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Knight, had Just
dropped In for a morning's call on Mrs. Rapelje,
the lady of the bouse.)
Mrs. M. My dear Mrs. Rapelje, are you sick f
Yo? look qnlte delitate.
Mrs. R. No; not sick exactly, bat suffering
from debility, and dreadfully nervous. Do yon
know, I could cry this minute.
Mrs. K. Too much excitement, I'm afraid.
Mrs. R. Perhaps. Bntwhat can one do? In
the gay season, one must give parties and attend
Mrs. M. I suppose so. Fashion ls law-more's
the pity. But yon mast take something to tone
your system, or you'll break down.
Mrs. R. I hate medicine I But you shall pre?
scribe for me. What would yon advise ?
Mrs. M. Well; 1'U teU you my plan. Whenever
I'm nervous or hysterical, or have a headache, or j
am at all ont of sorts, I take a couple of ' table?
spoonfuls of PLANTATION BITTERS once or
twice a day for a week or so, and lt ?nrar?ablj/
brings mt round.
Mrs. K. I do the same thing, with the same
pleasant result. I have Implicit faith In that
Mrs. R. Well, ladles, on yo?r recommendation,
PU try lt.
"SBA Moss FARINE can be taken lato the stom?
ach of the most delicate, and ls just the thing for
Invalids and all those desiring a light and delicate
^NOTICE .-SOUTH CAROLINA
RAILROAD, CHARLESTON, OCTOBER 0, 1870.
On and after thia date THOUSAND MILE TICK?
ETS over this Road will be confined strictly to
bnslness purposes, and only the names of Mem
tiers or Mercantile Firms will be put on the ticket.
Families will not be allowed to travel on them.
(Those holding tickets will of course be allowed to
use them ont.)
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PICEENS, ?. T. A._octO-6
pS* NOTICE.-AT THE EXPIRATION
of three months, application will be made for Is?
sue of a new Certificate for Seventy-three Shares
of Stock or the Bank of Charleston, standing in
the names of JACOB AXSON, C. M. FURMAN and
THOS. J. GANTT, Trustees, in lieu of Certificate
No. 1493, which has been lost or destroyed.
C. M. FURMAN, Surviving Trustee.
ps* TO THE PUBLIC-W. R. FORD?
HAM'S REFORM BRASS AND STRING BAND,
la support of the War (CARPENTER and BUT?
LER) Campaign. Latest style of Music for danc?
ing parties. Orders left at my residence, No. 212
Meeting street, two doors above John street, op?
posite Arnold's Grain Store, will meet with
prompt dispatch. W. R. FORDHAM,
of Reform Band.
N. B_Country orders promptly attended to.
pS*FOR EDISTO, ENTERPRISE, Ao.
The Steamer "ARGO" now leaves South Atlantic
wharf on TUESDAYS and PHI DAYS instead of
Mondays and Thursdays. See time-table adver?
tised In another column._sep30
pS*AU APPEAL TO*THE CITIZENS
OF CHARLESTON.-The Niagara Fire Engine
Company, No. 8, of Charleston, being desirous of
rendering their organization more efficient for the
preservation of property from fire,, earnestly so?
licit the citizens In general to aid the Company In
the purchase of a new Engine. The one they have
has been In service since the year 1850, and being
worn out, has become almost entirely useless.
The Company have been using this Engine
since 1861, and repairing lt with their own means
and without expense to the city. They are now
compelled to appeal to the generosity of those
whom they have heretofore faithfully served to
contribute for the purchase of a new Engine that
the Company may be enabled In the future to
render more valuable services than In the past.
The Chief and officers or the Department, as
well as the whole organization, can bear testi?
mony to our efforts as well as good order. We
feel confident we cannot call on our citizens In
The following named persons are authorized to
collect for the Company:
J. H. GADSDEN, Chairman.
J. B. BROWN, ?E. CHAPMAN,
J R. I'lNKNEY, H. CARROL,
H. WICK M AN. P.W.LEWIS,
E. C. TUCKER, R. MINDORA,
J. H. CCRT1S, B. E. LYONS,
D. FARST, IW. LAWTON,
T. McU. CARR, ?J. B. NELL.
No Hat ts genuine unless bearing the Seal of the
Wc the undersigned officers of the Charleston
Fire Department, approve of the above appeaL
R. M. ALEXANDER, Acting Chief Fire Depart?
C. P. AI MAR, Second Assistant Chief Fire Depart?
F. L. O'NEILL, Third Assistant Chler Fire Depart.
GEORGE L. BUIST, Chairman Board Flremas
R. S. BRUNS, Ylce-Chalrman-Board Firemasters.
pS* GETTING MARRIED. -ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
er impropriety of getting Married, with sanitary
help foi those who feel unfitted for matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
pS* AWAY WITH SPECTACLES. -OLD
Eyes made new, easily, without doctor or medi?
cines. Sent postpaid on receipt of io cents. Ad?
dress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue.
Kew York. dncifi
E ? O R MI REP 0~R~MTr~~
Having recently made extensive additions to oar
stock of PAPERS, Ac, for the printing or
Also, in NEW MACHINERY and other Printing
We are prepared to execute al orders for
LOWEST NEW YORK RATES.
Cau at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE aid examine
speilmens and prices.
By HETfRY COBIA & CO.
CAFE, DESK, SOAP, LAMP3, &C., Ac.,
KJ BALANCE OF STOCK
oX^rs^ 9 sw or
1 MARVIN SAFE
1 Desk, Table, Letter Press . r :
- boxes Soap, Pimento, Soda and Mn?tard
- barrels wine and Vinegar
- kegs Nails, - boxes Candles, Whiskey
Buckets, G Ian s-Lam rs, Ac, Ac.
Conditions casa. . . octio
<Cl0tl)ing ano inntisrjing ?ooo?.
jp O R H O B I E fi Y, ,
Go to BLACKWELL'S NHW ST?RE,
octio No. 121 Meeting street, below. Market
J^" E W STORE!
J. H. LAWTON ? CO.,
MAGULLAR, WILLIAMS A PARKER,
Have opened their NBW STORB In tie-ACAD?
EMY OF MUSIC BUILDING, with an entirely
New Stock of
GENTS' READY-MADE CLOTHING AND
Of every description,. The finest Stock of Goods
ever offered in thia market..
49- Come and see: J. H> LAWTON A 00.
HE COTTON STATES
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
MACON, G E 0 R QI A.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS '
Deposited with 3tate authorities of Georgia.-'
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
Deposited with State authorities of Sooth Caro?
lina for security of Policyholders.
OFFICERS AT MACON, 6 B ORO IA :
WM. JOHNSTON, President.
WM. S. HOLT, Vice-Presldeat.
GEO. S.0BEAR, Secretary. _
0. F. MCCAY, Actuary. .
JOHN W. BURKE, General Agent. .
W. J. MAGILL, Superintendent Agencies. .
Recommended by the following gentlemen, who
have examined i os Charter and prospecto^:
Gol. WM. JOHNSTON. President Charlotte, CAA.
Gen. WADE HAMPTON, Columbia, S. C. -.
Col. L. D. CHILDS, President Carolina National
Bank, Columbia, S. C.
CoL JAMES G. GIBBES, Columbia, S, C. . . '
Colonel JAMES H. RION, Wlnnsboro', S.O.
General M. C. BUTLER, Edgefleld.
General ROBERT TOOMBS, of Georgia, Ac, Ac '
BURDELL BROS. Agents..
Corner Broad and State streets.
T. L. OGIER, M. D., Examining Physician.
april mwlyr_-. . . ' .
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
NEW YORE, .
ORGANIZED IN 1880.
ALL POLICIES NON-FOBFEITABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH IHVIDKND (FIFTY) M P1R CTNT.
PoUcee in rorce. $24,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 100,000
w. H. PECK HAM, President.
WM. T. HOOKHR, Vlce-Preald 1 1
L. MCADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
Hon. John A. Dix, New York.
Hon. James Harper, Firm of Hasser A Bros., ex
Mayor New York.
John J. Crane, President Bank Republic
Wm. M. Venally e, Banker, (Vermllye A Co.)
Chas. G. Rockwood, Cashier Newark Ranking
Hon. George Opydyke, ex-Mayor New York.
Minot 0. Morgan, Banker.
Thomas Rigney, Firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
Benj. B. Sherman, Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Refining Company. .
Aaron Arnold, Firm of Arnold, Constable A 00.
Richard H. Bowne, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers,
E. V. Haugh won t, Firm E. V. Haugh wont A Co.
Wm. Wilsens, Firm of Wilkens A 00.
juhas H. Pratt, Mercaant.
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Merchant.
Geo. W. Cuy 1er, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Geo. T. Hope, President Continental Fire IniUT
John G. Sherwood, Park Place.
Walton H. Peckham, corner Fifth Avenue and
?dward H. Wright, Newark, N. J.
Geo. W. Farlee, Counsellor.
W. L. Cogswell, Merchant.
KEIM & I88ERTEL,
General Agenta for South Carolinerand Georgia,
Office Ko. 40 Broad street,
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examining Physician,
NICELY AND SUBSTANTIALLY DONE
J. L. LUNSFORD, No. 27 Queen Street.
I wish to Inform my friends and the pnbllc gen?
erally that the Hospital for SICK FURN1TURM la
still at No. 27 Queen street, where all the diseases
that Furniture is heir to wlU be cured speedily
and on the most reasonable terms as usual.
Send In, therefore, all yonr sick and wounded
patients, and 1 will heal them and make glad the
the hearts of all those who favor me with patron?
age In this line.
1 would respectfully beg leave to call your at?
tention to the fact that I am selling the beat Sew?
ing Machines to be found m the market, ail com?
plete, for only $17. Call and examine for yoar
selves, and read the testimonials In favor of the
Improved Common Sense Family Sewing Ma?
chine, and then I am sure you will take one home
with you. J. h. LUNSFORD,
No. 2T Queen street, near Calder House.
rjlHE GREAT GBRMAN REMEDIBS.
Professor LOUIS WUNDRAM'S BLOOD PURL
F YIN G AND PURGATIVE HERBS, (in PIUS OT
Powders ) for the cure of ali Acute or Caronia
Diseases,' resulting from impure blood and Imper?
Also, tbe following Medicines by the same (Pro?
fessor Louts Wundram, Brunswick, Germany :)
?ptfqptfc tmeay. .
Hare Tea (for Dftfessla and Nervousness.);
Rhene alic Barb Tea.
Wtodwasaer (the German ''PtmiUltK.)
?reals ty Dr. H. BABB,
jnayb Nc lil Meeting street.