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ADT?RTI3ER8 vvflTt?ke notice ffi?fw? cannot
engage that any advertisement sent t? THE
NEWS office at a later hoar than half-past nine
o'clock at night will appear in the nert morn?
ing's paper. An exception to this rule is made
in favor of notices of meetings, deaths and
Judge Carpenter has made arrangements to
address the people as follows:
At Whapetaw Church, on Saturday, the 15th
instant, at ll A. M.
At the Club House, Mount. Pleasant, on Sat?
urday, the 15th instant, ats P. MY
On John's Island, on Monday, the 17th in?
At the Camp Ground, Edlsto Island, on Tues?
day, the 18th instant.
Meetings This Day.
Orange Lodge, at half-past 7 P. M.
South Carolina Friendly Society, at 7 P. M.
Survivors' Association, at 7 P. M.
Charleston Library Society, at 1 P. M. .
Social Club, at 8 P. M.
St Patrick's Benevolent Society, at 7 P. M.
Charleston Riflemen Society, at 8 P. M.
Carolina Chapter, at 7 P. M.
Reform Club, Ward 4, at 7 P. M.
Reform Club, Ward 3, at half-past 7 P. M.
Auction Sales Tnt? Day.
_ John G. Mllnor A Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, clothing, dry goods, &e.
Henry Cobla & Co. will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at his store, safe, sundries, Ac.
Laurey A Alexander will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, butter,, hams, Ac.
PERSONAL.-Senator F. A. Sawyer is in the
city and ls staying at the Charleston Hotel.
WORKINGMEN OF CHARLESTON, ll you desire
abundant employment and*"high wages, rally
in front of the Charleston Hotel to-night.
RANGE OF THE THERMOMETER at Joseph
Blackman's drug store, N". 39 Broad street,
October 10: 8 o'clock, 69; 10, 76; 12, 76; 2,75;
4, 75; 6, 74; 8, 74.
CRUMBS.-The Radicals are contemplating a
N. Levin, Jr., will lecture on the "Prlncl
. pies of the Order of B'nal Berith," at the Easel
street Synagogue, to-morrow evening.
MERCHANTS OF CHARLESTON, if you value the
prosperity of your city, atteud the mass meet?
ing to-night. ' _
DONATIONS TO THE FAIR OF THE GERMAN LA?
DIES'SOCIETY.?-The ladles again thankfully ae-;
knowledge the following donations : One fancy
caKe Btand, C. Schnell; one pan* silver candle?
sticks, Mrs. C. J. Schlepegrell* one basket
choice fruit, M. N. Klein; one embroidered
chair eus h ion,. Mrs. M. N. Klein; one pair
worsted lamp mats, Miss Emma Kroeg; one
Ahina soup tureen and ladle, P. C. Schroder;
one rocking chair, D. H. 611cox;'one sofa cush?
ion, Miss M. Himmelreich; one table-cover, A.
R. Stillman; packages of raisins and citron, J.
C. Ojemann; one package of fancy articles to
each (6) table, F. von Santen; one Jar preserv
?d ginger, Hurkamp Av Co.; one. bottle brandy
cherries and one ham, J. Muller; one pair
gaiters, W. Schmitt
THE CAMPAIGN.-The decisive hour ls only
Hine days off. Come, then, to the mass meet?
ing to-night to hear Simons and Simonton,
Rutledge and O'Coanor, as well as the gallant .
Bntier. . . ' * L : .
CLUBS AND STARS.-Yesterday John Moree ;
waa sentenced-to pay $5r or go to jail, for dis?
orderly conduct In Iront of Centenary Church,. '
-Wentworth street, on Sunday.
Thomas Crawford was sent to Jail for ten
days for beating William Singleton on the
Daphne Alexander and John Hopkins, two
vagrants, were sent to Jail for thirty dayai
each. j i
' w. Ri Thomas and Joseph Small are held for
examination on the charge ot robbing the
premises of Mr. Webb, In Market street.
Officer Quinn, of the detectives, recovered a
watch and a coat yesterday, which was stolen I
by Henry Bliss a short time since.
George Tell was fined $5 or two days In Jail
for'-driving faster than the law allows," and 1
disturbing the congregation at Central Church,
Lieutenant Phlllppy has recovered a hand?
some gold watch, valued at $75, from a house I
of Ill-fame In the lower part of the city. 1
Sylvia Gaillard and Robert Smith were ar- 1
rested for assaulting a policeman on Sunday 1
night. Smith was sent to Jail lor twenty days <
and Sylvia for ten days. t
OCR WORK.-At the meeting to-night, it will ,
be Been whether General Wade Hampton, the i
Bayard ot South Carolina, approves of the Re- |
form movement and stands by its candidates, i
Come and listen ! .
UNITED STATES COURT-HON. GEORGE S.
BRYAN, JUDGE, PRESIDING.-The District Court
was opened at 10 A. M. yesterday, and the fol?
lowing business was disposed of:
In re the Laurens Railroad Company, ex
parte the State of South Carolina, ex relatfone
D. H. Chamberlain, attorney-general. The :
petition tor the appointment of an additional ,
assignee was dismissed.
In re the Laurens Railroad Company, in
bankruptcy. In this case lt was ordered that
the State of South Carolina have until the 22d
. day of October, 1870, tc make proof of the ?
lien of the State-said proof to be made before 1
C. G. Jaeger, registrar, at Newberry.
In the case of the United States vs. Richard
Murphy and Henry May, rule to show cause
why an attachment for contempt of court
s|puld not be Issued on the charge of improp- i
?rly Influencing a Juror, lt was ordered that ?
each of the defendants give bonds for the sum i
of one hundred dollars, with sufficient secu?
rity, to appear at the January terni of 1871;
.and Messrs. G. Bennett and W. J. Able were I
ordered to give similar bonds to appear as
It was orderiid that a copy of the present?
ment of the grand jury be forwarded to the
Secretary of the Interior, at Washington.
Richard Murphy, tor harboring seamen, was
sentenced to pay a fine of $30, and the costs of
James M. McEIroy, of Ireland, was made a
citizen ot the United Slates.
In the District Court M. C. Worthington was
admitted to practice in the courts ot the Uni?
ted 8tates for this State.
The petit and pleas jurors were discharged
with the exception ol the following members,
who were ordered to appear when summoned:
W. A. Wardlaw, foreman; H. S. Griggs, Sam?
uel Ashe, J. H. Simons, B. D. Roper, J. M.
Adams, Motte* A. Pringle, W. M. Sage, Wm.
L,ogan, J. M. Johnson, John Ciidworth, John
H. Schmidt. Supernumararles-W. Schnelrle,
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
<jftth business cards printed thereon, at $4 per
thousand. Send your orders. Every mer?
chant and business man should have lus card
printed en his envelopes.
X Ay AG ESS OE ELECTION EOE
The commissioners of election for this
county have appointed the following named
persons for the purpose of conducting- ihe
election at the several precincts designated.
All appointments as managers heretofore
made, and not contained in this list, are re?
voked. All polling places .heretofore estab?
lished and not enumerated; are abolished.
Elections will be held only at the places and
by the persons herein mentioned. All mana?
gers who have not yet qualified are required to
do so immediately r
"tm Of CHARLESTON.
Ward 1-City Hall-J. J. Young, J. W. Nu?
nan. E. P. Stoney. ,
Ward 2-Courthouse-Edward Pinckney, F.
W. Johnson, H. C. Baker.
Ward 3-Market Hall-M. J. Simonds, H. A.
Cohen, Joseph Truall.
Palmetto Engine House-J. Dottuge, Thoa.
Maxwell, M. B. Allen
Eugine House in Inspection Street-1. F.
Farrar, C. S. Miller, James Barre.
Ward 4-Stonewall Eoe mo House-P. L.
Miller. T. H. Hawkins, L. F. Campbell.
Hope Engine House-S. G. Bussell, Charles
Simons, B. Foley.
No. ?Engine House. Smith Street-George
N. Little, J. B. Wright, B. L. Sutton.
Ward 5-Eagle Eogine House-Wm, Glover,
T. P. Bunch, Joseph Grant.
America Street-B. N. Deleslin, Claudius
Elliott, Phillip Salters. _
TFord 6-Washintrton Encine House-Sam-,
uel Dickerson, B. Beds, C. H. Vanderhorst,
Marion En trine House-L. Pinckney, Ii. For?
rest, J. E. Wrisrht.
Ice House, Butledge Street-F. J. Winkler,
?dward Wilkeraon, F. H. Carmand.
Ward 7-Engine Hsuse, Columbus Street
Wm. Peronnean, J. N. Gregsr, J. J. Grant.
Ward 8-Niagara Engine House, Sires Street
-J. F. Mason, J. M. F. Dereef, N. A. Quinn.
CHRIST CHCRCH PARISH.
Mount Pleasant-C. F. North, Enoch Mur?
iel!, J. P. Morgan.
Fifteen Mile House-John Miller, James
White, John Lawrence.
ST. JAMES 3ANTEE.
Thirty-two Mile. House-W. G. Pinckney,
James Simmons, Stephen Geddes.
Dutart's Creek- Elijah Querry, Joseph My?
ers. Wm. No wei L
Club House-^Jacob B. German, Wm. San?
ders, Benj. Broughton.
j ST. JAMES GOOSE CREEK.
Eight Mile Pump-C. W. Buttz, W. H.
Smith. Cesar Si?all.
Wbaley's Church-W. A. Grant, Jacob West,
Sommerville-Marcus Huggard, Jesae Smith,
Wassamas^aw-Edward Green, Mack Wil?
liams, Jacob Perry. _
Cross Roads-J. H. Hilton. Abram Smalls,
Hickory Bcd-Nelson Joyner, JOB. Bunch,
ST. JOHN'S BERKELEY.
Black Oak-Morton Waring, Nero Smalls.
Calamus Pond -Wm. Perry, Samuel Ander?
eon. JobD Houshel. _ _ _
Blegio Ch ur eli-J. M. GUlins, Jas. W. Can?
non, B. Selby.
.Sirawberry.jFerxv-Wm. Harleston, Thomas
Evaos. Bicbard Harleston.
Oarrett Church, Strawberry Boai-Joshua
Garrett, Wnu Walker, Wm. Dallas.
Palti's Old Field-Adam Croea, Nelaon
Grooms, Henry Cross.
Muster House-S. D. Russell, J. C. Ting
man, Wm. Small.
Pineville-James Mitchell, P. Lesene, A. G.
ST. THOMAS AND ST. DENIS.
Brick Church-John Yanderpool, James K.
Brown, G. H. Allen.
New Hope Chorch-Benj. Holmes, Jacob
1 ST. rome's COLLETOJT.
John's Island-Bushland-Sam Johnson,
Wm. Wright, Adam Simmons.
Cedar Spring-J. J. Rivers, Noah Brown,
Gregg's Farm-R. B. Gathers, J. P. Flood,
Wadmalaic Island-Enterprise Landing
fohn Jenkins. Allen Sams. Stephen Jenkins.
Garreth's Store-David Fiver, Benjamin
Jenkins, Peter Hams. -
Edisto Island--Calvary Church-R. Gordon,
Tobo Blouot. Dennis Gibbes.
Wright's Store-Georaa Wright, James
Hutchinson, A. C. J. Hamilton.
New Church-Francis Dover, Primus Morri?
son, G. A. Bichmond.
Main Zand-St. Andrew's Church- R. K.
Moultrie, J i ck Giant, Thoma* Parker.
Wilkes's Old Plantation-J. E. Moultrie, B.
Lamb's Farm-9am Miles, W. Brodie, Isaac
James Island-Cross Roads-M. F. Becker,
WUty Days, James Hamilton.
MASS MEETING.-Turn ont, one and all, to
the Reform mass meeting to-night. Our future
Lieutenant-Go vernor, General M. C. ?Butler,
will, for the first time, address the people of
BRILLIANT BASE BALL MATCH-THE GAME
FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF GEORGIA.-The
jreat match game of base ball, for the cham?
pionship of Georgia and a gold-mounted bat.
ivas played In Macon on the 6th instant, in the
presence of three thousand spectators. The
:ontestanls were the Olympic Club, of Macon,
ind the Savannah Blue Stockings, of Savan
?ah. The grounds were exceedingly uneven,
ind, consequently, there were few opportunl?
ies lor good fielding. The Savannahs were
Irst at the bat, and scored eleven runs, taking
the lead from the start, and outplaying their
opponents at every point. The score was as
R. O. i R. 0.
Alden, p.12 1 Flanders, c.3 3
Veidlinger, 3d h.ll 2 lLainar, s. s. 3 4
May, r. f...%_7 5 I Wiche, L f.2 4
Kimball, s. s.... 0 3 Rogers, r. f.S 3
Beard. 2d h.5 7 ' Abrams, let b... 4 2 .
McNulty. c.ll 2 jShluliol3ter,3d b. 3 1
Schachte, ist b.. 9 3 I bonner, p. o 5
Bailey. Cf.ll 2 Ross, c. f. 2 2
Sullivan, I. f_ll 2 Freeman, 2d b.. 1 3
Total.Sd 27 I Total.21 2
Savannahs..ll 13 S 9 4 5. 7 ll 18-86
Olympics_ 5 2 0422 22 2-21
Time of game, four hours.
Umpire-s. II. Cohen Lee Club, of Augusta,
scorers-J. F. Dasher, of the olympic Club, and
W. H. Turner, of the savannah Club.
The Savannah boys gained a complete
triumph, and bore off the gold-mounted bat,
which is said to be an elegant affair, valued at
LET THEM see what Charleston can do. Fill
the whole broad street In iront of the Charles?
ton Hotel to-night.
Hotel Arrlvtils-October IO.
J. S. Browning, Augusta; Frederick A. Saw?
yer, city; T. C. Arnold, R. Bolt, Savannah;
James Baker and wite, New York; T. A. Will?
son, Reading, Va.; A. J. Coe, Boston; J. C.
Madlin. Cheraw; G. G. Rollins, Tlmmonsville;
B. T. Masters and daughter, Jacksonville, Fla.;
John M. Livingston, Florida; R. E. Lloyd,
Louis S. Beldon, Bobtown.
W. M. Williams, B. W. Moore, New York;
Wm. Hacker, Philadelphia; Georire Wigg, wife
and daughter. Savannah; J. A.. Pon, Jersey
City; C. J. Andell, John's Island; F. G. Ham
ton and wife, Texas.
B. Waters, steamer Sea Gull; N. P. Dutton,
Baltimore; J. H. Conner, Bamberg; L. P.
Bice, Graham's; L. F. N. Cottrey, Kingstree,
J. M. Tison and son, Georgia; J. S. Foster,
Bru. HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$6, $6 50 and $8 50 per thousand, according to
size, at Tax NKWS Joh Office
LET EVERY HONEST CITIZEN, free from the
shackles of party,.go to the mass meeting" to?
uight,_... . . ' " -
REFORM CLUB OF WARD ?.-The Reformers
of this ward met at Oppenhelm's Hall last
evening. The chairman ol the working com?
mittee reported substantially that if any mem?
ber did not attend faithfully to the discharge
of his duties In the Interest of the Reform
party, his place would be supplied. Major
Hutson Lee was elected, by acclamation,
chairman of the working committee.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE PAIR.-The
committee of arrangements of this fair have
determined that, in order to accommodate
persons having articles on exhlblilon at other
fairs, they will continue to receive such arti?
cles until the 31st instant. It- ls, however, de?
sirable that notice of an Intention to enter
articles tor exhibition should be handed In by
the 15th instant, though the committee prefers
not to receive the articles themselves until
the 25th. Papers throughout the State are re?
quested to copy this paragraph.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, UNION REFORM
PARTY.-At a meeting of this committee, held
last evening, the following sub-committees
were appointed to canvass the city for funds to
carry on the campaign: Tor Broad street and
East Bay-F. D. Fanning, J. H. Wilson, W. G.
Rout; Meeting, Hayne and Hasel streets-J.
F. O'Neill, J. E. Adger, A. Cameron; Wharves
Henry Gourdin, Jos. F. DUI, Wm. Ingliss, Jr.;
I Wards 1 and 2-H. E. Young, C. W. Townsend,
I T. Street; Wards 3 and 4-Garrett Byrns, F.
W. Wagener, R.E. Dereef; Wards 5 and 6-Hut
son Lee, Otto Tiedemann, C. P. Almar; Wards
7 and S-Robert Hunter, W. G. Eason, E. L.
Roche. The sub-committee will proceed this
morning to make collections, and will report
the result to the committee on Wednesday
! evening. No one else is authorized to make
collections. H. E. YOUNO, Chairman.
WM. INGLISS, Jr., Secretary. ;
GENERAL M. C. BCTLER.-This hero of Re?
form will address the people, In front of the
Charleston Hotel, to-night. Give him a rous?
ing welcome !
OPENING OK THE ACADEMY LAST NIGHT
THE MARTINETTIS.-The brilliant aspect of the
Academy of Music, both within and without,
last evening, afforded pleasant evidence that
the dull season ?3 fairly ended. The house
looked as fresh and beautiful in its dress of |
white and crimson and gold as on the night it
was first thrown open to the public. All the
arrangements were admirably planned and
carried out, and the audience, though not a
crowded one, was large enough to fill the
building comfortably. The opening farce
was very well received, Mr. Ogden, as
Selim Pettibone, at once establishing him?
self as a favorite. The other parts were also
very creditably filled. A song and dance from
the '.Infant prodigy," Ignacio Martlnettl. and
a fancy dance by Miss Sallie Partington, made
up an agreeable Interlude. The pantomime of J
Jocko, which concluded the evening, was a
really wonderful perlormance. The teats ol
agility and marvellous stage tricks, with
which the piece abounded, certainly ex?
celled anything of the kind that Charleston has
seen since the days of Gabriel Ravel. When
Jocko lightly climbed the rope to the topmost
gallery, and, after brief dalliance with the |
"gods,'' swung himself In mid-air over the
heads ol the audience, the applause was deaf?
To-night we are offered an excellent.blll,
opening with the Protean comedietta of "A
Day In Paris," In which Miss Sallie Partington
assumes a number of characters in succession,
?nd closing with the comic pantomime of "The
Magic Trumpet." The entertainment will be
agreeably varied by songs, ballet dlvertlse
ments, fancy and Chinese dances, and a "Bull
Frog Scene"-whatever that may be.
IPHROVEMENTS.-Grace Church.--The dam?
ages which this church sustained during the
late war are at lost receiving the attention
they have so long required. The broken col?
umn which so greatly dlsflgured the Interior
has been replaced, and the holes in the ceiling,
and various minor deficiencies, will soon be
remedied. The root, also, ls being thoroughly
overhauled and repaired. Mr. P. O'Donnell,
of our city, ls supervising the work and hopes
to bring lt to a speedy conclusion.
St. John's Chapel, Hampstead.-Since the
war this chapel has been in quite a dilapidated
condition, the congregation not having the
means to repair lt. A sum has been collected
for this purpose, however, through the Inde?
fatigable exertions of the rector, the Rev. Dr.
Marsnull.'and the work ls noa- being pushed
rapidly forward. The entire plastering has
been pulled down and will be renewed
throughout, and new ellis and flooring have
been put upon the porch. The work is
being superintended by Mr. L. D. Turner.
It is also purposed to give the chapel a new
coat of paint, if the sum collected proves suffi?
The Parochial School of the Church of ?ie
Holy Communion.-This building has been re?
cently extended tweuty feet on the front,
thereby receiving an addition of tour large
and airy class-rooms, two on each floor, which
are to be provided with all the modern Im?
provements In school furniture and fixtures.
The building Is now capable of giving ample
accommodation to three hundred and Illly day
scholars. The work was done unner the su?
perintendence of Mr. Walter Cade In the short
space of eight weeks.
Iiobb's liice Hills.-These mills, situated on
Whart street, near the east end of Calhoun,
after having been closed about seven years,
have been leased for a term ot five years by
the Marine and River Phosphate Mining and
Manufacturing Company, of which Mr. George
W. Williams, of our city, ls the president. The
old machinery for beating rice has been taken
out, and will be replaced by? improved appara?
tus, capable of throwing out one hundred tons
of prepared phosphate per day, but the old
engine and boilers will be used, and are
now being repaired by the company. The
outward appearance of the building will be
much improved by a new coat of paint. The
works will be ready to commence operations
In about two weeks. Mr. C. C. Coe, the cour?
teous superintendent of the company, Inlorms
us that these works will give steady employ-,
ment to thirty operatives. The wharf adjoin?
ing the works has also been leused by the
company, and will be extended to the channel
of the river. Mr. Coe expects to export the
cruile phosphate in large quantities, and in?
lorms us that he will ship three thousnnd tons
to England in a short time. .
Hamlin's Wharf foot of Laurens street.
The large storehouse on thia wharf, which has
been unused since the war, has recently been
fitted up as a cotton giuning establishment by
Mr. J. A. May, an energetic young Charleston
Ian. Mr. May's mills are capable of turning
out four bales ol upland and one bale ol sea is?
land cotton per day, and are provided wltb
powerlul machinery for compressing upland
cottoti. One teamre that we noticed, and
think worth; ci mention, ls that every piece
?f machinery In use In these mills ls ot South?
In additlou to the above, Messrs. H. N. A F.
J. Pregnall have Just opened a ship-yard on
this wharf, with ways capable ol holding a ves?
sel ol three hundred tons burden.
COURT or GENERAL SESSIONS-JUDGE Z.
Pnirr, PRESIDEJ^."-The court met .yesterday,
at's A. M.. Thejojlqwing cases were disposed
In the case o? ?he State TS. Joseph Williams,
Gabriel Pinckney, Robert Savage and William
A. Hord, Indicted ion burglary and larceny, the
jury, after an absence of nineteen hours, failed
to agree, and were discharged. A new trial
' The State vs. Abram Robinson-grand lar?
ceny. A. M. Mackey, Esq., for defence.
Guilty of petty larceny, but recommended to
the mercy of the court.
I-The State TS. Melvin B. Wilbur-assault and
battery. H. w. Schroder, Esq., for defence. |
The State vs. William A, Johnson and J. W.
Morgan-murder. This case was continued to
the next session of the court, and the prison
ers were released upon bail.
The State vs. Robert Grant andWIllls Ban
combe-grand larceny. R. W. Seymour, Esq,
for defence. Not guilty.
The State vs. Isaac Butler-grand larceny,
Attachments were ordered and Issued lor E. H
Dals and Frederick Sumter, witnesses.
The State vs. Henry Wilson-grand larceny,
No defence. Guilty of petty larceny.
The State vs. Samuel Jackson-burglary and
larceny. No defence. The jury retired at 10:30
o'clock, and had rendered uo verdict at the
close of the court.
The case of the State vs. Thomas Bampfield
indicted for assault and battery, was struck off.
The State vs. Peter Williams-arson. The
Court heard the testimony for the prosecution
and the case was continued to this momia?-,
The grand jury brought In true bills in "the
following caaos :
The State vs. Richard Murphy-resisting an
officer, and assault with intent to kill.
The State vs. Peter Bee-assault and bat
The State vs. Jacob Butler-grand larceny
The State vs. W. G. Pinckney-false Imprls
onment. Two indictments.
No bills were found in the case of
The State vs. Wy. Robertson, alias Smith
The State vs. Joseph Nelson-grand larceny,
The State vs. James Middleton alias Dray
Messrs. George A. Locke and R. H. McDow?
ell were excused from further duty as Jurors,
and Messrs. R. B. Allender and R. C. 8tone
The court adjourned at half-past 3 P. M.
Judge Platt bas managed to finish a large
amount of business since the opening of the
present session of the court, and will probably
close the sessions on Thursday next.
A VTORB- TO "MANY VOTERS "
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 10.
TO THE EOITOB OF THE NEWS. 5
In the card of "Many Voters," dlrected'to
Captain Hunter, and published in your paper
this morning, that part of it which charges Ma?
jor Wilds with having led the opposition to
the just demands of the Longshoremen, ?c., is
entirely Incorrect. That organization to which
"Many Voters" refera was organized by Long?
shoremen for their protection during the ab?
sence of Major Willis from this city, and was
in successful operation for two weeks before
he returned. I would, in all kindness, sug?
gest to "Many Voters" thal; it would be more
in accordance with the spirit of Reform to
vent their indignation on the enemies of Re?
form, instead of those who are working for Its
success. STEVEDORES' PROTECTIVE UNION.
ANN O VNCEMENTS.
TURN OUT.-A mass meeting of the citizens
of Charleston, favorable to the cause of Re?
form, will be held in front of the Charleston
Hotel, at 7 o'clock this evening. The meeting
will be addressed by General M. C. Butler, our
candidate for Lieutenant-Go vernor; Colonel B.
H. Rutledge, Colonel C. H. SImonton, and the
Hon. M. P. O'Connor. General Wade Hamp?
ton will be present, or will be represented by
MESSRS. EDITORS-Please announce LOOTS
DCNNEMAN as a candidate for County Com?
missioner for Charleston County, and oblige
oct5-* MANY VOTERS.
FELLOW-CITIZENS OF CHARLESTON COUNTY,
S. C.-I hereby beg leave to state to the public
the motives which induce me to run for the
office o? County Commissioner of this county.
There are a great many of my fellow-citizens,
both white and colored, who have solicited my
name to be used as an Independent candidate
for said office, knowing my capacity to fill the
I hereby accept the nomination, and lf|
elected, will do what honor and Justice de?
mands to myself and my fellow-citizens of |
Charleston County. Yours, Ac,
Charleston, S. C., October 10, 1870. octll*
FOR CONGRESS, R. S. THARIN.-Messrs,
Editors: Please announce B. S. THARIN AS the
People's Candidate for Congress lor this Dis?
trict, and oblige MANY VOTISRS.
MESSRS. EDITOKS: Please Insert the follow?
ing: JOHN C. MALLONEE, nominated on the
28th of September, for the Legislature, ls a'
lumber merchant on Washington street; a
gentleman whom we all can centre on as a
worthy representative o? the entire communi?
ty. MANY FRIENDS AND VOTERS.
octl0-2* _ _
FOR CORONER, E. M. WHITING, ESQ.-Messrs.
Editors: Believing that this Is no time to re?
move from office an efficient officer who has
long and faithfully served the puolic. and who,
by his energy, courtesy, uniform kindness and
consideration, has given universal satisfaction
to the entire community, we would respect?
fully nominate E. M. Whiting, Esq., as a can?
didate tor the office of Coroner ol Charleston
County at the ensuing election.
octG MANY CITIZENS.
FOUR CASE* CHEAP BROGANS.-Received on
consignment four cases of Brogans at 60 cents
per pair by the case or dozen. Must be sold to
pay advances, at JOHN COMMINS,
No. 131 Meeting street,
octll-tu-l Nearly opposite the Market.
IT WILL be seen by the advertisement in
another column, that Messrs. H. Gerdts A Co.
are the sole agents for this city of T. Kings?
ford ii Son's pure Oswego starch.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS^ in leather bindings,
holding fifty pictures, 75c. ac d 90c. each, at No.
161 King street, also at the Hasel street Ba?
zaar. - CHAS. C. RIGHTER A Co.
C'UNTRY DEALERS can purchase their al?
bums at New York prices at the Hasel street
Bazaar. _ _ octlO-mtu
A NEW LOT of mercantile note paper, five
quires lor 50c, at the Hasel street Bazaar and
No. 161 King street, _ octlO-mtu
FIFTY-PICTURE ALBUMS, lo velvet, 90c. each.
Hasel street Bazaar and 161 King street.
Only at BLACKWELL'S,
No. 121 Meeting street below Market.
HAVE you tried my dollar Tea, Gre?? tai
Black? WILSON'S (??OOBRY. jun.8
SALE.-Died la this city, October -3, 1870,
CffAnxw Vf. SAEI,-sorrof Captain-W.; W. Sale,
aged 21 years, 7 months and 24 days.
Mysterious are thy ways, oh GodJ Yet, "shall
the clay say unto Him wno fashioned lt, what
doest thou V
Toe untimely death or this dear young Wena
bas created In our hearts a void deep and terrible;
yet, "sorrow we not as those without hope," for
his life evinced that he had lain up "his treasure
in heaven." and, therefore, experience the blessed
consolation of believing that, freed from the dross
of corruption and sin. he now "sleeps in Jesus."
Need more be said ? Still we can truly add, his
disposition was mild and conciliatory; his deport?
ment modest, courteous and consistent; and that
the beautiful Impress of sincerity and truth
stamped all his professions of love, friendship and
Deprived at an early age of the Bv?et counsels
and watchful care "fa tender mother, he was left
the only child of an Idolizing and devoted father,
to w?om he was ever an affectionate and dutiful
son; and to this bereaved and grief-stricken pa?
rent, while mingling our tears with his, we would
gently whisper, "Peace, be still !" your "darling"
ls safely housed; and thontrh "he cannot cometo
yon, you can go to him."' You can meet again,
no more to part.
On Jesus "lean, who* not in vam,
Experienced every human pain;
Ho feels your griefs, he sees your feara,
And counts and treasures up your tears."
Charleston, S. C., October 7,1870.
^5B-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. 0. C. COE, Superintendent
oct8-12_M. A R. P. M. A M. Co.
pa- THE ESTATE OP ROBERT E.
BEE.-Notice ls hereby given that the undersign?
ed will, on the 22d of October next, at 12 o'clock
M., apply to the Hon. GEORGE BUIST. Judge of
Probate, for Charleston County, for Letters Dis
mlssory as Executor of the above named Estate.
^ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COM?
PANY OF CHARLESTON, S. C.-CHARLESTON,
S. C., OCTOBER 1,1870.-In accordance with a res?
olution of the Board of Directors, TEN PER
CENT, of the Capital Stock of this Company is
hereby called for, payable at the Treasurer's Of?
flee, Brown's Wharf, on or before the loth ln
stact. F. J. PELZ ER,
pB* THE SOUTHE CAROLINA LOAN
AND TRUST COMPANY.-CHARLESTON, S. C.,
SEPTEMBER 30, 1870.-DIVIDEND No. 8.-The
Board of Directors of this Company having de?
clared a Seml-Annual Dividend or FOUR PER
CENT, on the Capital Stock of the Company
(being Four Dollars per share), the same will be
paid the Stockholders on and after MONDAY, 3d
October. THOS. R. WARING,
pS- GERMAN SOCIETY OF SOUTH
CAROLINA.-r-EmlgrantB seeking employment can
obtain Information concerning the same from
Captain H. HARMS, Agent of this Society, whose
office for the present ls at No. 8S East Bay.
Parties wishing to employ Emigrants can consult
the Agent daily. Office hours from 12 to 2 o'clock.
ap23 sta President.
pB* BEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE.
DB. J. BRADFTELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR is
one of those fortunate, discoveries that only occur
at long Intervals. This remedy ls Woman's Best
Friend, and no lady who ls familiar with tts vir?
tues ls to be found without a bottle of lt.
For sale by GOODRICH, W1NEMAN A CO.
pa- TO THE PUBLIC-W. R. FORD?
HAM'S REFORM BRASS AND STRING BAND,
in support or 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.
pa- NOTICE -SOUTH CAROLINA
RAILROAD, CHARLESTON, OCTOBER 6, 1S70.
On and after this date THOUSAND MILE TICK?
ETS over this Road will be confined strictly to
business purposes, and only the names of Mem?
bers of Mercantile Firms will be put on the ticket.
Families will not be allowed to travel on them.
(Those holding tickets will or course be allowed to
use them out.)
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PlCKEN'S, G. T. A._oct6-6
pa- MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENTS
suffering from Diseases pe* t?lining to the GENITO
URINARY ORGANS; will receive the latest scien?
tific treatment by placing themselves under the
care ot Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, office No. 71 Hasel
street, three doors from the Postoffice.
pa- SYSTEMS RUN DOWN.-PER?
SONS often allow.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 is what is called "OBNK
i:AI. DEBILITT;*' in other words, a failure and
partial collapse of the physical forces, accom?
panied, usually, by great depression or spirits.
The best remedy in such cases ls HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS. Whether 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
ti ts great stomachic will be round equally prompt
and certain. As a restorative, arter severe sick?
ness has prostrated the bodily and mental ener?
gies, lt ls pronounced, by competent medical au
thority, "TUE BEST TONIC IN USE." If men were
not foolishly careless shout their health, and over
confident in themselves, they would always,
when engaged in any work that required great
exertion, use corresponding means of sustain?
ing their strength. For this purpose HOSTET?
TER'S BITTERS are invaluable. All toilers should
use them as an lnvlgorant.
For those constantly employed In ln-door occu?
pations, especially In crowded workshops, they
may be reckoned as the very best safeguard of
health. Where there ls a predisposition to con?
stipation, or a tendency to biliousness, they may
be truly said to be a specific for which there ls no
pa-A GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From the time when, in 1834, Dr. RUGGE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid" and its extraordinary medi?
cal effects, nothing tn the history or Medicine has
equalled lt. Largely used by the French physi?
cians In treatment of consnmptlve and scrofu?
lous diseases, lt was introduced by the Court Phy?
sician or Berlin, MAX ERNST HENRY, Into Prus
Ala, and from thence to the United States. No
thing else of the present day can equal HEN?
RY'S SOLULION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patients get better after only one
?lose has been taken, and we cordially recommend
lt to the public-fEditor "Arsrus." ianl7 lyr
SAVE MONEY BY HAVING YOUR
EXECUTED AT THE NEWS JOB
?.ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.?5?
pa- AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TKUBSES.-Comfort and Cure for the Ruptured.
>cni postpaid on receipt of 10 cents. Addresh
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenne, New
pa- GETTING MARRIED.-ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
er impropriety or getting Married, with sanitary
help for those who feel unfitted ror matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
pa* AWAYWITH UPECTACLES.-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,
Sew York. dec?s
MANHATTAN are notified that ahe ls discharg?
ing i;argo at Adger's Wharf. Goads uncalled tor
at sunset will remain on the wharf at owner's
risk. JAKES ADGEB A CO., Agents.
OCtll-l _;_. ' '_'
- RUNION BAKE OF SOUTH CABO
LINA-CHARLESTON, OCTOBER 1?TH, 1870.-Ap?
plication will be made to the General Assembly of
South Carolina, at Its next session, for the privi?
lege of Increasing the present, 'capital of this
Bans. H. D. ALEXANDER,
pS* TEY THE ?PIONEER" PAPEB
COLLARS, put np in "Log Cabin" boxea. Only
octlO No. 121 Meeting street, below Mart et.
QTlotrjing aub iftrnuoljing <8>o$?e.
?jp O B HOS I.fE, RY,
Goto BL ACKWELL'S NBW STORE,
octio No. 121 Meeting street, below Mar Lc t.
No. 141 KING STREET, WEST SIDE, A FEW
DOORS NORTH OF QUEEN,
would respectfully inform his friends that he has
Jnst returned from New York with a large and
well-selected stock af the
LATEST STYLES OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Also, a foll assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
THE CELEBRATED "STAR" SHIRTS.
E W STORE!
J . H . LA WT ON A GO.,
MAGULLAR, WILLIAMS A PARKER,
: Hare opened their NEW STORE in the ACAD?
EMY OF MUSIC BUILDING, with an entirely
New Stock of
GENTS' READY-MADE CLOTHING AND
Of every description. The finest Stock of Gooda
ever offered in this market.
49* Come and see. J. H. LAWTON A CO.
J!ALL AND WINTER CLOTHING/.'
The Long and Well-Established CLOTHING
HOUSE, corner of
WENTWORTH AND KING STREETS,
bas. opened a large and elegant supply of CLOTH?
ING, made up for this market, equal to custom
work, for Men, Youths and Boya, of new and
staple sty les pf goods, and offered a:
In great variety, at from $14 to $25.
DERBY SPITS-a New Style.
MORNING AND WALKING COATS,
Of Meltons, Castor, Beavers, Tricot, Silk Mixed
Coating, Cheviot, Ac, Ac, Ac
PLAIN AND FANCY CASSIMERE PANTS,
Of the Newest Patterna of the Season.
Of Cloths, Casslmeres, Beavers, Velvet, Silks, Ac
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING,
For ages of from 5 to 18 years, for Dress and
School purposes, or Cloths, Casslmeres, Silk Mixed
Coatings, Ac, Ac, in Sack and Walking Coat
In this department will be found a large assort?
ment of Merino, Lamb's Wool, Silk, Canton Flan?
nel and Shaker Flannel
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
SILK CRAVATS, BOWS, TIES AND SCARFS
In great variety.
French, Kid and Beaver GLOVES.
English Buck, Deerskin, Beaver and Gauntlet
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
Introduced by me twenty-five "yea^s ago. AOEKT
FOR THEM, and the largest stock kept on band in
The above named STAR SHIRTS WILL BE MADE
UP TO ORDER, ALSO BY MEASURE.
Of the Pioneer, Promenade, Dauntless, Washing?
ton, Astor, Royal, Bismarck and Dickens.
Supplied with a Full Stock of English, French
and American Cloths, Casslmeres, Coatings, Cas?
tor, Beavers, Silk Mixed and Basket-Faced Coat?
ings. Ac, Ac.
Of the most Novel and Select Patterns.
Of Plush, Velvets, Casslmeres and Silks, which
Goods will be Made Up to Order, In the well
known Good Taste always displayed at thia
House, and on Moderate Terms.
PURCHASERS ARE INVITED TO CALL AND MAKE
WM. MAT THIESSEN,
No 291 KING ST., CORNER WENTWORTH.
B. W. MoTUREODS, Superintendent.
?vp. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
100 tons No. 1 PERUVIAN (Chincha) GUANO,
to arrive per schooner Ann E. Caril.
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
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. PORE 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.,
- i ' i ,- II -T^
CLOTHING, DEY GOODS, BLANKETS, "
\J COUNTERPANES, Ac.
THIS DAY, lita instant; at io o'clock, we will
sell at our Store, No. 136 Meeting Btreet
Black and Fancy CASSIMERES Black and
Fancy Satinets, Kentucky Jeans, -Black Plains
TwlllH, Tweeds, Paney and Mourning Prints!
Bleached and Brawn Shirting, Red, Blue, Gray
and White Flannels, Blue Drills, Denims, Stripes
Tickings, LinseysK Ladles' Black Cloth Cloaks,
Brown and White Blankets, Fancy end White
Bed Spreads, Balmoral Skirts, Children's Worsted
Boots, Calico Comforts, French and Madras Head*
Handkerchiefs, L- 0. and Lawn Pocket-Handker?
chiefs and Sundries.
Satinet, Jean and Tweed, COATS and .PANTS,
Fancy Casslmere Vests. Brown and Gray Under?
shirts, 4c " "
Conditions cash. _ ; '. ootll
By HENB? COB?A & CO.
SAFE, DESK, SOAP, LAMPS, Ac., ?kc.,
BALANCE OF STOCK.
THIS DAY. at half-past e o'clock, in front of
onr Store, will be sold,
1 MARVIN SAFE
1 Desk, Table, Letter Press
- boxes Soap; Pimento, Soda and Ma?tard
- barrels Wine and Vinegar
- kegs Nails, - boxes Candles, Whiskey
Buckets, Glass Lamps, Aov Ac.
i Conditions cash. ,, ? ?:. oct ll
By LATJSET & ALEXANDER.
BUTTER, HAMS, SHOULDERS. SIDES,
AC., Ac -* ;
THIS-DAY, llth instant,- will be sold before oar
Store, at io o'clock,_
14 kegs Goshen BUTTER
10 tierces Uncanvassed Hams
5 tierces Extra Sugar-Cured Canvassed Hams
400 Bright Shoulders
e hhds. O. R. and R. Sides
200 Smoked Bellies
-10 boxes D. S. Clear Sides
SO boxes Raisins, Soap, Sweet OU, tc, Ac
Conditions cash. ; oe til
Unction Sales--Jtttgre j-Pags.,
WM. McK?T;- ?:-~rr~~r"
WILL SELL TO-MORRROW,' (WED?
NESDAY,) at 10 a/clock, at No. atp Meet?
ing street, :. ,0 ^izxrj:
Small STEAM ENGINE, (new,) two .Turning
Lathes, and a general assortment-of'Household
Furniture. . , ' " 7 ' ?
Tenus cftflht - ~ ?
At ll o'clock precisely, I will soil, the balance
or stock of MILLINERY GOODS-Ribbons, Tem?
mings, Merino, Veiling, Hats, Caps, Boot?, Shoes,
Velvet and Kid Suppers, Notions, Ac octil
gHEET LEAD, LEAD PIPES, Aa
FOR SALE BY WM. SHEPHHBD A CO., No. 24
HAYNE STREET AND Nc 85 PWOKHEY
S TR S ET. ' . . ...J :: j??
B E A T F A I B
SOUTH CAROLINA- INSTITUTE
TO BE HELO AT
CHARLESTON. S. C.,
T .' . . . ahm - .. .
FIRST WEEK IN NOVEMBER, 1870.
Arrangements have been made for Visitors to
Travel at the following Reduced Rates:
South Carolina Railroad, and connecting roads,
Return Ticket Free .
Northeastern Railroad, and connecting roads
Return Ticket Free
Savannah Railroad, Bemm Ticket Free.
Savannah and Florida Steamers, Return Ticket
Georgetown Steamers, Return Ticket Free
From New York to Charleston and Return, by
From Philadelphia to Charleston and Return,
by Steamer, $80.
From Baltimore to Charleston and Return, by
SHOCLD ADDRESS APPLICATIONS FOB SPACE TO
.'GENERAL WILMOT G. DESAUSSUBE,
SECRETARY- AND TREASOBERJSOUTH CAROLINA
CHARLESTON, S. C."
43- AMPLE ACCOMMODATIONS WILL BB
PROVIDED FOR STOCK.
H I S O L M ' S
COTTON GINNING HILLLS,
(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. CHIS0LM.
PATENT BARREL MACHINES
For tight and slack work.
Will make barrels of every description, such as
AND OIL BARRELS.
These MACHINES will make Barrels from either
rived or sawed staves, and produce them in the
most perfect and beautiful styl*, as weU as
stronger and better than those made by hand,
and at a 'reduction Of about one-naif of the cost of
MACHINES FOR CUTTING STAVES
and making headings for Flour Barrels for sale,
combining all the latest and best Improvements.
The Barrel Machinery can be seen In operation
at the St. Louis Barrel Works, probably ihe most
extensive and complete in its line In the United
For Machines and patent rights address
St. Louis Barrel Works, at, Louis, Mo.
Send for Descriptive Circulars.
STA BTLTSI?YD 1 8 5 3.
No. 1204 Frankford Avenue, above Girard Avenue?.
Manufacturer of Exclusively First-class
Clarences, Landaus, Landaulettes, Close
Coaches, Shifting Quarter Coaches, Coupes, Ba?
rouches, Ptuetons, Rockaways, Ac, suitable for
private family and public use. Also, Hearses of
most modern styles and finish.
Designs and prices furnished when desired.
Workmanship and finish second to none tn the
Fine and varied stock completed, on hand and
tn the works.
Orders receive prompt and personal attention?
Ali work warranted. * sepis-ima