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WE BEG that the commissioners and man
agers of elections will send us, as soon a 3 possl
ble, a statement of the number of votes cast, and
of the probable result of the elections, lt ls Im?
portant that all friends of TEE NEWS attend to
this matter without delay.
Meetings Tnls Day
Hope Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
Cincinnati, at half-past 7 P. M.
South Carolina Institute, at 7 P. M.
Tyre Lodge, at 7 r. M.^
IRISHMEN!"Green Erin'was never more op?
pressed than is this poor State. Strike on* her
shackles to-day, and give your adopted land
rulers who will do you justice, and augment the
.prosperity of all our people.
SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE.-A meeting of
the South Carolina Institute will be held at the
Board of Trade rooms, at 7 o'clock this evening.
Citizens favorable to holding a fair are iavlted to
IP TOC want to put a finishing stroke to the
corrupt work which makes a needy legislator a
wealthy man In one session, vote for Carpenter
and Butler and the Reform ceunty ticket.
Crrv MORTALITY RETURNS.-The return of
the City Registrar for the weet ending October
15. reports the total number of deaths to be
twenty-one, of whom seven were white and four?
teen colored persons.
TAKE CARE !-Any persons who create a dis?
turbance, or interfere with the voting to-d jy, will
be arrested by the United States officials, and
tried in the United States Court. No packed Jory
of,colored Scotti?es will then save the offender
from punishment. Mackey's rallying committee
and all kindred spirits had better take care.
DEPUTY MARSHALS FOR THE RIKERSYILLE
PRECINCT.-The following gentlemen have been
appointed depnty United States marshals lor the
nev; precinct at Rittersville : E. G. Holmes, A. W.
Mar hall, Jr., John Carson, Andrew Jackson,
ON THE FENCE. - The medallion likeness ot
C. 0. Bowen ls posted on the walls in Charleston
as a sign that the accomplished Congressman ls
? himself on the fence.
SUICIDE FOR LOVE_lu the absence of the
coroner, Trial Justice Bunch held an Inquest, yes?
terday, over the l>ody nf a colored man named
John Baxter. The Jnry rentered a verdict that
the deceased came to his death by,suicide with a
pistol. The cause ls supposed to have boen dis.
appointment in a love affair.
THE ADGBR LINK.-The popular steamship
Champion, commanded by that excellent officer,
Captain R. W. LOCK wood, arrived here from New
York yesterday, with a large and valuable cargo
for city and interior consignees, and a very full
- passenger list. This superior vessel, so well adapt?
ed both as a carrlor and passenr,r ship for the
trade, continues to grow in favor with the public
and shippers, as her long list Of consignees will
V -? -
WHAT do agricultural laborers care for the
prosperity or the artisans and mechanics of
- Charleston ? Yet the Scott party offer you a dele?
gation containing hardly any other element of
. legislative strength.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Officer Johnson, ot the
detectives, has recovered a silver watch, .which
was stolen about a year ago^lrom-Mr. E. Coch?
rane. He ibo cspnui8drj^^^j^<UL|^J^
examination. ^ '' - "" ."'""""!';
John Carmody, a maniac, was sent to the City'
Registrar yesterday, for examination and safe
MarlvManigauit was bitten by a savage dog, !
owned"by Mr. M. HlrshiinJLnson street.- She bas"
. comi'nenced a suit for damages. ; . \\
? ! i .> ?
ACCIDENT TO THE STEAMSHIP MARYLAND.
The Baltimore Sun, of: October 17, says: "The
: steamship Maryland,iCaptain Johnsen, of the!
Baltimore and Charleston line, sailed pn Satur?
?lay afternoon for Charleston, with a jvaluable
- cargo, and on the same night, off Thomas's Point,
she uoUIded with the schooner Fannie, In conse- .'
- qnence, lt-is alleged, or the latter- vessel being 3
wit bout lights. The Maryland received consider?
able damage and was compelled to put back,
reaching port yesterday. Her cargo will be trans
- ferred to the steamship Sea Gull, and forwarded
to its destination. Thc Mania nd will at once be
put tn thorough repauy andtwuf resume-her,place .
In the Charleston line as soon as practicable."
DEATH OF WILLIAM H. MISHAW.-Mr. Ml
*Mw died about 9 o'clock" last night. He, was
t ?jtulve of Charleston, a barber in early Ufe,
. subsequently educated in the North,and one of the
most Intelligent of the colored people of this city.
. He waa president of the Union Star Fire Engine
Company, and, until recently, captain of the Ran
- dolph Riflemen. He was 4 trial justice, and a
- rising politician, being the nominee lor State
' Senator on the Bowen ticket. The death of Mi?
shaw leaves Cato the sole colored candidate for
that office. Mishaw was about 30 years old.
CENTRAL CLUB.-At a meeting of the Central
-Club of the Reform party, held Friday evening,
the following preamble and resolutions were
unanimously adopted :
Whereat, The Union Reform party, through
their delegates regularly elected, have presented
a ticket, after due consideration, for the support
of the people: therefore, be lt
Resoloee., That the Central Club regard it as
essentiady important that this verdict of the peo?
ple, through their delegates, should be respected;
and that the whole ticket, as nominated, should
be supported by every friend of Union and Re- 1
Resolved, That lt ls the duty of every patriot '
and lover of his country and State to discounten?
ance every effort cf disappointed aspirants to split 1
the ticset thus nominated. ,
Resolved, That we will suppcrt the whole ticket
as thus nominated, and that these resolutions be !
published m TH* DAILY NEWS and Courier. '
MECHANICS ! Now ls the time to show that
jon will vote for the representative mechanics
who are on the Reform ticket, instead of voting
for the ignorant laborers whom Scott would foist
Hotel Arrivals-October 18.
-*T CHARLESTON HOTEL
J. E. Marley, Georgia; E. Hern, J. J. Norton,
Kew York; H. S. Dotterer, Philadelphia; G. C.
Hutton, Scotland; W. H. Rice, New York; H. S.
Meyers, Pennsylvania; R. E. Frazer, Miss S. C
Brown, Miss E. A. Brown, Georgetown; George
Kerr, wife and daughter A. H. Cook and wire,
Georgia; Thomas Weston, Detroit; J. E. Chan?
ning, W. J. Reynolds, St. Helena; Mrs. Je wet t and
?wo children, F. B. Jewett, Connecticut; F. Cox
and wife, Greenville; S. Sendkim, Georgia; G. J.
.Geer, Jr., Norfolk; E. J. LIUy, Fayetteville; W. L.
Ledbetter. wife and son, Georgia; J. H. Buston, S.
Hubbard, wife and daughter, Florida; C. T. Part?
ington, Richmond; C. A. Oliver, Baltimore; W.
Taber, Jr.; New York.
A. G Tunstall. New*York; M. M. Moses, Augus?
ta; E. B. Morrell, South Carolina; J. B. Merrill,
Savannah; Dr. P. L. Mooser, L. H. Harper, South
Carolina; George T. Gray, New York; J. P. Garniss,
G. W. Farmer, Georgia; H. W. Camp and wife,
.Ohio* Miss Mary Leckie, A. Leckie, Scotland: C.
R. Leek le, Rhode Island; H. B. Ho lie mau, South
Carolina; T. M. Creecy, Northeastern Railroad; 3.
W. Fairey, Branchville; W. S. Utsey, George's
Station ; W. P. Appley, Reesville; S. C. Syles and
lady. North Carolina; E. J. Parker, J. P. Buck
halter, Willis ton: L. P. Miller, Columbia.
WORKINGMEN ! An honest government will
Bring in capital, and capital will build honees,
reads, mills and factories. This will create a de?
mand for labor, and increase your scanty wages.
Vote, then, for Reform.'
APPOINTMENT OF DEPUTY MAB
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S OFFICE, J
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT. J
CHARLESTON, S. C.. October 18th, 1870. )
By virtue of an act to amend the naturali?
zations laws, and to punish crimes against the
same, and for other purposes, approved Joly 14th,
J1870, under section sixth of said act, empowering
me to appoint special deputy marshals, I hereby
? WARD NO. 1.
Republican: L. Bcuford, Tobias Scott, John J.
Jones, Montgomery, Alex. Pensile, Richard Eas?
ton. Reform: 0. A. Duncan, Arthur Lynch, J.
Cannaday, Joseph M. FalL
WARD NO. 2.
Republican: George Philips. John Freeman, Jr.,
George Butler, Edward Mathews, Prtmu3 Green,
Samuel Ashe. Reform: Louis McCain, W. St. J.
Jervey, F. F. Chapeau, T. R. Tully.
WARD NO. 3.
First Poll-Republican : Jerry Richardson, Thoa.
Richardson, Isaiah Richardson, Brlster Moise,
Francis Bright, Jackson Grant. Reform :' An?
drew Farley, Thomas Ferguson, John Ferguson,
Delaware ?tart. . .
Second Poll-Republican : Robert Mears, Jos.
Green, Aaron McCroy, Michael Terry, Jos. Fraser,
John Anderson. Reform : John Burke, Wehman,
Henry Brandes, Peter Gulllemln.
Third PoU-Republican : James Mitchell, Charles
"Wright, Josiah Grant, Scipio Cross, David Burns,
Thomas Morrison. Reform :.W. Farrell, Mitchell
King, Wm. Heslln, Patrlek Lynch.
WARD NO. 4. *
First Poll-Republican: W. G. Fields, Robert
Hamilton, John & Howard, Alstoa Barton, Daniel
French, William Dayton. Reform : James S.
Hyer, 0. S. Pratt, F. E. Hurst, Thomas Thens.
. -Second Poll-Republican : C. Gaillalrd, S. Steed,
J. Ford, J. Manlgault, S. Watson, James-Johnson.
Reform : Thomas R. Jordan, F. Parham, M. Hal?
sey. C. E. Miller.
Third PoU-Republican : Adam Green, William
Lloyd, Benjamin Blanchard, Lewis Brown, Wil?
liam Mathews, Lewis G. Brown.1 "Reform : Henry
Riggs, R. S. Walker, George Bomar, B. K. Kin?
WARD NO. 6.
First Poll-Republican: Robert Grant, Robert
Howard, William Hood, Jonathan Lucas, W. G.
Fields, Robert Hamilton. Rerorm: William
Moran, Robert Morrisou, Patrick Brady, Charles
Second Poll-Republican : Marcus Sanders,
James Nash, Robert E. Savage, Thomas Dickson,
DanleL Holmes, Samuel Holmes. Reform: James
Keally, Andrew Jackson, James Quinn, W. G.
WARD so. 6.
First Poll-Republican: R. W. Givens. E. C.
Tucker. Charles Tinsley, S. E. Gaillard, H. Bltvl
sette. Richard Smith. Reform : J. W. Guy, Paul
Wilkinson, James Melvin, W. Scott.
Second Poll-RepubUcan : Seymour Gardner,
E. Letltue, Preston Owens, M. M. Brown. Samuel
Jacobs, H. R. Hamilton. Reform : D. McNamara,
Wm. Fisher, R. Gordon, J. F. Kanapaux.
Third PoU-Republican: L. Gibbes, T. C. Du
nree, H. L. Smith, N. Butler, James Holloway,
joseph Morris. Reform: John Hay ran, T.
Ryan, Joan Johnston, P. Kinsman.
WARD NO. 7.
Republican: Samuel BaseU, Abel Plnckney,
Samuel Washington. Frank Oliver, John Brown,
Robert W. Turner. Reform: S. Means, T. H.
Houston, Sam Myers, C. Heinsolm.
WARD NO. 8.
Republican : J. L. Fenwick, Chrl-topher Ro?
berts, Edward Western, Thoa. D. Smalls, Edward
Weston. Wm. Logan. Reform : Duncan Came?
ron, E. Dunn, B. McTureous, J. H. Bordenave.
The persons appointed as aforesaid, are hereby
notified to report at 5 o'clock P. M., this day, at
my office, at the United States Courthouse in
Meeting street. L. E. JOHNSON,
United States Marshal, South Carolina.
FOREIGNERS ! Look at the Scott ticket. Is
there a man upon lt who represents the adopted
citizens of Sooth Carolina ? There ls not. Tote,
then, the Reform ticket upon which are men
whom you know and can trust.
MEETING OF CTIT COUNCIL.-The regular
meeting of Council was held last night. Present:
Alderman Geddings, (acing Mayor,) and Alder?
men Collins, Greene, Hampton, Holloway, McKin?
lay, Potter, Small, Thorne, Voigt and E. P. Wall.
On motion of Alderman Greene,' the reading of |
the minutes of the last meeting was dispensed
-The Mayor pro tem, read a petition from the
wood-sawyers, requesting that they should be
permitted lo Ute out licenses.
Alderman Collins moved that the petition be 11
received as Information. \
Alderman E. P. Wall stat ed that certain per?
sons from the county and the Islands In the j ;
aelghboThood-^f-the city came Into Xhe city in 11
th?^aUabd early winter, and during".the few
weeks that they .remain i Interfere materially with
the business of .the professional wood-sawyers. <
lie-therefore thought that the same protection on I
theipart of Council;, was due to the wood-sawyers i
aa^rias extended-tb our ?merchants, by compeU.
lng transient traffickers to take out licenses, j I ]
Alderman Small stated that many of the par* | <
ties engaged in thia business were old and desti*
tote, and could hardly fttroni to pay for the li?
censed He therefbre'seconded the motion oe Alder?
man CoiUns. , .
Alderman McKinlay moved that the motion bc
laid upon the table, Carried. I
Alderman McKinlay then moved ' that the mat - t
ter be referred to the commit tee cn licenses. t
Alderman E. p. Wail thought that to refer the
petition t-o-a-committee was equivalent to refus- | t
lng lt, as the present season was the time for
which the wood sawyers desire the protection of
Council, and, therefore, what wa? to be done
must be done Immediately, to be of any practical
benefit to the petitioners.
Pending the discussion of this question, on mo?
tion of Alderman Hampton, Council adjourned to
meet on next Tuesday evening.
A MEMORABLE DAY.-Make this a red-letter
day in our calendar-the day when the good peo
pie of the State, joining hands, overthrew a cor
rnpt, dishonest and wasteful government.
UNITED STATES COCRT-HON. GEO. S. BRYAN,
JCDOK, PRESIDING.-The District Court was open?
ed at ll A. M. yesterday, and the following busi?
ness disposed of :
Patrick Bligh, R. B. Stanley, Peter Smith, W.
H." Lemon, Robert Bergmann, Clemens Clacius,
B. Riols, J. A. Riols. ?. A. Murray, M. Ryan, Wm.
Powers, J. W. Barlow, C. J. Player, E. F. Sherck
en, David Ryun, C. T. Mackey, J. Klatte, J. Fau
Dorg, M. Harlow, F. Basello, J. Altscbuler, A. F
Witte, J. Marleiihoff, H. Wigger. L. Schwabe, E.
Forres. J. Ivaaowlch, H. Rosebrock, A. Johnson.
L. Kcnake, S. Devesso, J. Furguson, J. Kosmon
sky, J. W. Cumming, E. J. Mcsweeney, S. La
Torre. H. Skeenken, G. Seraken, M. PhUlps, A. T.
Riols. L. Rich, P. McTlerwan. E. Strauss, E. Mor?
gan, E. Albrecht, M. Rich, C. M. Doscher, D. M.
Doscher, T. Donnehey, J. H. C. Wagner, H. W.
Tlnch, J. F. Schroder, F. W. Meyer. J. O'Bryan,
F. Hube, L. Getmaa and Samuel Schneider, were
made citizens of the Cnltod States.
Christian Nelson, of Spain, Hied hu notice of
intention to become a citizen of the United States.
ATTENTION !-The up-country does its duty
to day. Second thc efforts or the brave Reform?
ers or the mountains, and we shall drive the
Scottltes from their camps before the setting or
DONATIONS TO 'THE FAIR OF THE GERMAN
LADIES' SOCIETT.-The ladies again thankfully
acknowledge the foUowing donations : Photo
graph of board or ll remasters and two lanterns,
Washington Lodge. No. 5, A. F. M.; one box wlue,
Mr. Pieper; five dollars, C. Wulbern; two pair
patent leather shoes, E. Pilis; one rocking horse,
Mr. Barbusse; one set children's furs and two
boy's hats, W. Steele; two pair baby shoes and
one pair mats, Miss R. Saalmaun: one stool, D.
H. SUcox; one ham, J. Graver, Jr.; packages cof?
fee and sugar, Mrs. Wohlers; packages coffee and
sugar, Von Glahn; one pair of ducks, H. Bensen;
packages coffee and sugar, Messrs. Steffens, Wer?
ner A Dusker; one china jewel box, C. D. Harms;
one cigar stand, ^Captain H. Harms; one pair
vases, Mrs. H. Harms; one cordial set, G. H.
Harms; one china tea set, G. H. Letjen; two pair
baby shoes, J. W. Schutze; one pair toilet mats,
Miss A. L?tz; packages sugar ana pickles, J.
wieters; one pair teilet mats and one pincushion,
Miss IL Angermann; one pair toilet mats and one
worsted watch case, Miss J. Von Glan; two pair
toilet mats. Miss C. Oldenburg: one plcture. C.
Hickey; one raney work basket, Mrs. A. Lucken;
Ave dollars and stand for Alpine Bitters, O.
Wieters; Ave dollars, Mr. Bollmann; one dollar,
A. Roen necke; ??e dollars. S. H. Kramer; two dol?
lars, D. Haealop; one dollar, R. D. White; one dol?
lar, J. Knobeloch; one sack dour, Messrs. Knobe?
loch A Small; two dollars. A. Stelling.
POLLS 0&l?t?d.T6 A. M., ASL) CLO
' \ *}.MT 6 2H~M.
Ral?? and Regulations.
r TiV-fbilow&?f ^ wh
the Sections oPto-day are held, ?intains^aii
information required by voters, as well as
managers or elections and chairmen 'Of work
1. Election to be held third Wednesday In 0<
ber, 18*0, and same day every second year th?
2. Who are entitled to vote :
Every male citizen of the United Staten, of
age of twenty-one years and upwa'.ds, not lab
lng under the disabilities named tn the Const!
tlon, without distinction of race, color or fora
condition, who shall have resided in the State c
year, and In the county in which he votes slj
days preceding any general election.
3. Governor to appoint three commissioners
each county, at least sixty days prior to electl?
they to appoint three managers for each electl
precinct. They (the managers) to take the ot
prescribed In the Constitution, Section 30,.Arti
II, before clerk or County Court.
4. Managers can appoint a clerk, who shall ta
the same oath.
5. Commissioners and managers to elect
a chairman of their board. .. ,
6. Polls to be open from 6 A. M. to 6 P. M. wti
ont Intermission, at such places as may be desi
7. Representative to Congress to be chosen.
8. State constables to be present daring t
whole time that the polls are open.
9. All bar-rooms to be closed.
10. Persons voting who are not entitled, ai
every person who shall by force, Intimidation, d
ceptlon, fraud, bribery or undue Influence, o
tam, procure or control the vote of any electc
shall be punished by fine not exceeding $100, r>
more than $1000, or by Imprisonment not e
ceeJing twelve months, or less than three month
or both-, at the discretion of the court.
IL Voting shall be by ballot, folded, and co
12. One general ticket.
13. Each clerk of the poU to keep a "poll Hst.
14. Managers to deliver at the close of the ele
tlon, or within three days thereafter, the poll ll
and boxes containing ballots.
15. Commissioners to meet at county seat an
organize as a county board of canvassers.
16. They shall meet at county seat on Tuesda
next following the election, before one o'cloc
in the afternoon of that day, and appoint
secretary, who shall take constitutional oath.
17. They shall count the votes, and make sue
return thereof as the nature of the election sha
require, within ten days from meeting, and tran
mir to the board of State canvassers any protei
and all papers relative to the election.
18. Duplicate statement to be made and flied I
the office of the clerk of the county; ir noclet
duly qualified therein, the Secretary of State.
19. Separate statement to be made of all pe
sons voted for.
20. Commissioners to prepare three s?parai
lists of each statement, besides the list to be Ale
In the office of the county clerk or Secretary <
State, each Hst to be certified as correct.
21. Certified copies to be sent to the Governoi
Secretary of State and Comptroller-General.
Tim Harley Declares for Bate9.
We call the attention ol our readers to th
card of Mr. Timothy Hurley In another column ?
Tns NEWS, this morning, In which he informs th
Republican voters of this county that he will vot
for Mr. Edwin Bates, the Reform candidate fe
the Senate, and he advises all his friends to d
We are Informed by ene the commissioners ?
election for Charleston County that, imm??iatel
upon the closing of the poll this evening, th
managers are directed to bring the ballot-boxe
to the Courthouse, where they will be deposltei
in the court-room. Proper precautions will b
taken for an efficient custody, which shall b
satisfactory to all parties. We are further In
Tormed that the commissioners desire that i
special committee of four watchers from eacl
party shall be appointed, whose duty lt Baal
je to remain at the Courthouse, with thi
jallot-boxes, from the moment when they an
received from the managers, this evening, nntl
tuesday Dext, the time of counting. It is lin
portant that this committee should be appointed
It is stated that on Monday night a number ol
scott negroes went through the upper wards tell
ng tke colored men there, that if they dared to
rote for Carpenter and Bntler they should be
tilled. They said that they were armed, and if
he whites troubled them they would "go
brough" the whites In no time.
We know of some colored men who are afraid
o go to the polls, and will not go, unless they are
irotected by white men, lu whom they have con
ldence. This must be looked arter. The Reform
Ts must take care that every colored man ls free
o vote as he chooses. This ls not 136S.
Mackey'? Kully cr*.
WCare informed that Mr. T. J. Mackey has or?
ganized a corps of "Rallyers for Ward 2"' who
rill wear a badge, and whose duty lt will be to
iffer a DeLarge Radical ticket to every voter as
ie approaches the poUs. Now there may be as
nuch Intimidation in the manner of "offering'' a
icket to a timid colored man as In knocking him
iver the head with a stick. It is necessary, there
ore, that these "Mackey Ratlyere" should be
losely watched, and turned over to the United
?tates marshal If they do anything which has the
ffect or constraining the voters to accept a par
To prevent any conflict of authority, we are
equested to state that order at the polls will be
olely under the control of the United States
leputy marshals. Any disturbance there eera
nitted will be an offence against the United
?tates, and will be punished In the United States
Facts and Rumors.
Trial Justice Bennett told Major Johnson yester
lay that a poll had been established at the Junc?
i?n or tbe King and Meeting street roads.
A. J. Ransler ls said to b1* the writer of the let?
er, signed "Irishman," printed in a city Radical
Governor Scott ls reported to have asserted, at
he caucus on Sunday, that he would be "count
d lu" whether elected or not elected.
The Committees Authorized by Con?
Judge Bond has appointed the following per?
lons as election committees for Charleston City,
inder the ac: of Congress authorizing their ap
lolntment in any city of twenty thousand In
?abltauts r.ud upwards. These committees are
'authorized to attend at all times and places for
leldlng elections of Representatives in Congress,
ind for counting the votes cast at said elections,
ind to challenge any name proposed to be reg la?
ired, and any vote offered, and to be present
ind witness throughout the counting of ail votes,
?nd to remain where the ballot boxes are kept at
all times after the polls are open, until the votes
are finally counted: and said persons and either
of them shall have the right to affix their signa?
ture or his signature to said register, for pur?
poses of identification, and to attach thereto, or
to the certificate, or the number of votes cast, and
statement touching the truth or fairness thereof,
which they or he may ask to attach; and any one
who shall prevent any person so designated from
doing any of the acts authorized as aforesaid, or
who shall hinder or molest any such person In
doing any of said acts, or shall aid or abet in pre?
venting, hindering or molesting any such person
In respect of any such acts, shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor, and on conviction shall be pun?
ished by Imprisonment not less than one year :"
john Ancrum, Republican; Dunbar S. Paul,
George Holmes, Republican; Frederick E. Fra?
First Precinct.-Robert Mears, Republican; A. J.
Second Precinct.-Michael Terry, Republican;
nugh Ferguson, Reform.
Third Pieclnct.-Aaron McCoy, Republican; L.
3. Nowell, Beform.
i First Precinct,-James Dobbins, Republican : E.
R. WMte, Reform.
Second Precinct:-Joba Hubbard, Republican;
R. S. Bruns, Reform.
Third Precinct.-Robert Hamilton, Republican;
F. L. 0!NeUlr Reform.
WARD 5. .tm
First Precinct.-W. T. Oliver, Republican; W. S.
Second Precinct.-J.' B. Plumeau, Republican;
Wm. E. Holmes, Reform. I
First Precinct.-J. R. Campbell, Republican;
John Gonzalez. Reform.
Second Precinct.-J. D. Price, Republican; H. B.
Third Precinct.-J. R. Maurau, Republican; R.
C. Barkley, Reform.
J. M. Adam?, Republican; W. G. Eason, Re?
_ Peter Gregory, Republican; Robert Hunter, Re?
The-oereons so appointed are notified to call at
the office of L. E. Johnson, the United States
marshal, at the United States Courthouse, at 12
SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE FAiR.t_The com?
mittee of arrangements or the South Carolina In?
stitute Fair met on Monday night at the Board of
Trade rooms. The committee on the buildings
made a very favorable report. The Race-track
was reported almost ready, and stables are in
course of erection. Messrs. R. Arnold and C. E.
Holmes were appointed a committee to take
charge of the stables. The committee en booths
reported that the ground had been marked out,
and the booths would soon be ready for sale.
Professor F. S. Holmes waa elected a member of
the commUtee of arrangements. The committee
appointed at the last meeting or the board or
directors to select a suitable person for superin?
tendent, reported that they had chosen Mr. E.
Montague Grlmke, whose election was unani?
mously couflrmed. Messrs. Grlmke, Chupeln, Ker?
rison, and Bacot were appointed a committee
to enlist the co-operation of the ladies of the city
in completing the arrangements for the fair.
Messrs. W. F. Paddon and F. Von Santen were
appointed a committee on lighting the fair build?
ing and grounds. The committee on railroads,
Ac, reported very favorably on the extension of
the South Carolina Ra Uro ad track to the fair
gronnds. The i commUtee of arrangements win
be.prepared to receive articles on and arter to?
morrow, and hare agreed to pay the cost of
transportation for all articles Crom abroad, from
and to the railroad depots, wharves, Ac. We con?
gratulate the gentleman composing the commit?
tee on the success which has so rar attended their
THE HARVET COMHDT COUPANT-We were,
sorry to see so small aa audience m attendance
at the Hibernian Hall last night. The popular
Irish Drama, "The Coueen Bawn," was chosen
for thc evening's entertainment, and war ad?
mirably given. Mr. J. M. Ward's "Myles na
Coppaleen" was probably the best performance of
thia character which bas ever been witnessed
here. Miss Sefton's "Anne Chute" was much bet
ter than her "Gertrude" of the night previous,
and- received considerable applause, as did also
Hrs. Sheldon in the sprightly character of
"Eily O'Connor." Miss Annie Harvey as "She
lab," Mr. Haly as "Anny Ann," and Mr. Sheldon
as "Mr. Corrigan," also made a most favorable
Impression, though Mr. Sheldon s "Rip Van Win?
kle" was certainly superior to his "Mr. Corrigan."
The whole play b:re evidence of ca rei ni study.
REFORMERS I We shall win if you work hard
to-day. Be cool, go carly to the polls, and vote
solidly for Carpenter, Batter, and the whole
county ticket. 4
GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD-A
LIBERAL OFFER.-The officers or this road have
Issued a circular to the effect that "for the accom?
modation of visitors and delegates to the fairs to
be held at Charleston, Columbia and Anderson,
and to the Grand Lodge of A. F. M at Charles?
ton, daring the month of November, this compa?
ny win. famish free return transportation to pas?
sengers from all stations on this road, from Co?
lumbia, from October 28th to November 2lst, in?
cludive, and for Anderson, from November 1st to
THE CLUBS LAST NIGHT.-The Reform Club
of Ward 6 met at Oppenheim'* Hall, at 8 o'clock
last night, President Barkley In the chair. Only
the routine business of the club was transacted.
Ward 6 Club met at their hall, at 8 o'clock,-vice
President Bowers In the chair. After the. trans?
action of the ordinary business, the meeting was
addressed by Messrs. John A. Moroso, W. F. Mer?
chant, and others.
THE LINCOLN AID SOCIETV.-This charitable
association celebrated their fourth anniversary,
last evening with a supper. The society, we are
pleased to learn, ts In a flourishing condition.
OUR CANDIDATES SERENADED.-A strong pro?
cession of the friends of Reform were engaged
last night and this morning, in'serenading'thc
several candidates on the Reform ticket. Every?
body ls In the best of spirits.
THE MOVEMENT FOR REFORM gains steadily,
and the only thing that keeps pace with this glo?
rious movement ls Wilson's dollar tea. octl9-l
RUSTIC GOODS ! RUSTIC GOODS ?-Side and
corner brackets, book racks, wall pockets, paper
stands, match safes, and picture frames. Hasel
Street Bazaar and No. 161 King street, octis
HAVE you tried my dollar Tea, Green and
Black? WILSON'S GROCERY.. jun8
Only at BLACKWELL'S,
octio , No. 121 Meeting street, below Market.
NEW YORK: LEDOER at Six CENTS, in to-day,
at 6 P. M., at the UP-TOWN NEWS DEPOT.
WONDERPUL ! WONDERPUL !-Dr. Grose's
Marriage Guide. Price 25 cents. By mall, post-*
paid, 30 cent3. No. 161 King street. octi2-wth
USE "COSTAR'S EXTERMINATORS and Insect
Powder for rats, mice, roaches, ants, bed-bugs,
moths," Ac. Sold by all druggists.
ONE HUNDRED different varieties ot io cent
Song Books mailed, postpaid, on receipt of $7 in
registered letter or money order.
octl2-wta CHAS. C. RICHTER A Co.
PHOTOGRAPHS.-The largest; assortment
erer offered In this city, 20 for $1, or malled, post?
paid, on receipt of price. Hasel Street Bazaar,
and No. lfll King street. octl2-wth
PLATS! PLATS! PI.J.TS ?-Seventy-five
kinds-15 cents each; by mail, post-paid, 20 cents
each. No. iel King street, and Hasel Street
Eazaar. CHAS. C. RIGHTER A CO.
INFORMATION FOR THE PUBLIC-lt will be
seen by the advertisement in another column,
that Mr. A. R. Stillman has Just received a fine as?
sortment of kid gloves, plaids, merlnoes, ic., at
No. 281 King street.
MESSRS. Furchgott, Benedict & Co., at the
ontaeaat corner of King and Calhoun streets, are
still offering strong Inducements to buyers of dry
goods, blankets, carpeting, Ac, and have a very
full stock in all lines on hand.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$5, te 50 and S3 50 per thousand, according to
size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $1 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
business man should have his card printed on
if?!-!- " "
(Stents' iFnrni?ijing ?oa?a? &t.
R E S H S T 0 C K 0 F FALL GO 0 D S
MADE: TO ORDER
? : AT
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
[MEETING STREET/,.- (?jggH
OPPOSITE THE MARKET.!
..!*. -.... : :. ! '
_ STAR SHIRTS
.. STAB. SHIRTS
- STAR SHIRTS
.: ???. STAR ?SHIRTS
'?. ~*. STAR SHIRTS
i-Call and see the new and elegant asaortment or Winter and Fall Underwear, Champion Braces,
Umbrellas, Canes, Scoria, Ties, Bows and Gente' Furnishing Goods generally
octS-emoa l,\ ti
?J^TEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
JUST OPENED AT
S T O IJ JL , WEBB A CO.,
. "W HOLES ALE
We beg to inform the ladies of Charleston that we have opened a large WHOLESALE STOCK AT
No. 2S9 KINO STRi ET, for the convenience of those fltllag Country Orders,?WtHfre they caa ge: all
classes of Goods bythe piece, at Jobbing rates, as low aa at any house m ute city. v. tgPXIQ
We have also arranged dur RETAIL STORE with special care forbidding to the comfort and
convenience of the ladies and all who purchase
C H E A. JP I> Hi Y
G O O X> S.
We are determined to sell all styles of Goods at a very small auvance on cost, and hope that
oar friends and nil consumera ot the useful, as well aa ornament al Coods in oar line, win' give
ns a call before purchasing elsewhere.
We have Jost made veryjlarge additions to oar Storks la both Stores.gwe beg to call special
attention to a few leading styles:
DRESS GOOD3j?FRO?I AT. CTIO.V-CHEAP.Ug?g 7TS 3^j?
A lot of FALL POPLISS. 25 ceo ts . aU??5TOTH
AU shades in Plain Colored Alpacas, at 25 cents, worth 40 cents-cheap ff ;TjC? : a
Large let of Detains, a good assortment of Poplins, Piala sad Plaid, from 35 to 45 cents ' ~T~gffi
AU shades Wxrured Ottoman Cloths, at 85 cents. These aire choice Goods.2Also,~tae 4-18B38BS
Cloths-in all shades
Large assortment of Empress Cloths, ranging in price from 65 to 90 cents and $1.
Also, a CHEAP LOT OF FLANNELS, Loogcloths, Sheetings. Browu aud Bleached Shirtings, Ac, Ac.
Together with every other article to bc found la a DRY GOODS HOUSE, which we wOl sell low
for cash, or city acceptaace, at
sep26 *' STOLL, WEBB & CO.
pm* N 0 TIC E.-ALL PERSONS ABE
hereby cautioned against crediting any of the
crew of the American bark Sharpsburg, as no
debts of their contracting wal be paid by the
Captain, or BAGQETT A CO.,
pm* TOO OFTEN A COLD IS CONSID?
ERED a very ord lnary, trlfl.ng affair; Just as we
let lt go as lt came; and hence systematically neg
lected, nntll a simple, curable affection ls con?
verted Into a serious and generally fatal pulmo?
nary disease. The more prudent, aware that a
violent cough or cold should never be trifled
with, but on the contrary taken.care of from its
Incipiency, promptly make usc of Dr. D. JAYNE'S
EXPECTORANT, a curative which has sustained
Its reputation for over thirty years as a remedy
always efficacious, and sure to exert a most bene?
ficial Influence on all the bronchial and pulmona?
ry organs. Sold by all Druggists. GOODRICH,
WISEMAN A CO., Wholesale Druggists, Charles?
ton, S. C. _octl9-wfm3
pm- GETTING MARRIED.- ESSAYS
for Yoong Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
er impropriety, of getting Married, with sanitary
help for those who feel unfitted for matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, In scaled envelopes. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
.pm* SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE I
FAIR.-The Committee of Arrangements will be j
prepared to receive articles for Exhibition on and
after the 30th instant. Transportation will be |
furnished for all articles from abroad to and from
Railroad Depots and Steamboat Landings. Cop-1
mnalcatloQS in relation to the Fair can be ad?
dressed to the undersigned, Postofflce Box 371.1
Bj order of the Board.
- E. MONTAGUE GRIMEE,
oetiT. '' Superintendent.!
ESTATE THOMAS A HARVEY,
OF ST. JAMES GOOSE CREEK, FARMER -All
persons having Legal Claims against said Estate
will render the same attested, and those indebted
will make Immediate payment to C. J. CAIN, i
Qualified Executor, Oakley P. O S. C.;
pm* "BREAD CAST UPON THE WA
TERS."-If the.Great Providence has not literally j
cast bread upon the waters, He has planted the j
elements of wholesome nourishment on the rocks,
In the shape of Sea Moss, rrom which thc SEA
MOSS FARINE ls made. This new article has
everywhere won "golden opinions of all sorts of
people," and the housekeepers of the land gener?
ally regard ls In the double light of a staple neces?
sary and a delicious luxury; for while Its use
lessens the expense of living, the exquisite dishes
prepared from lt cannot be obtained even at an
extravagant cost, from any other source.
Scientific committees, hotel-keepers, professional
cooks, ladles who superintend their own kitchens,
physicians, nurses, dyspeptics and Invalids of
every class bear witness of these: facts. To this
mass of Indorsements we unhesitatingly add our
own; and without fear or contradicts say tha
the blanc mange, puddings, custards, Ac., are
the mbst delicious we have ever tasted. ''"
pm*SO INSIDIOUS ARE THE FIRST
approaches of Consumption tnat thousands re?
main unconscious or its presence until it bas
brought them to the verge of the grave. An Im?
mediate resort to Dr. D. JAYNE'S EXPECTO?
RANT, npon the first appearance of the Cough,
pam or soreness of the throat or chest would very
generally preclude a fatal result, or, In case the |
symptoms Indicate the presence of Latent Con?
somption, would tend to subdue the violence of
the disease, and thus materially assist In prolong?
ing the life of the patient. Use the Expectorant
therefore when you tace a cold, and thus prevent
the necessity for Its use In more dangerous com?
plaints. Sold everywhere. GOODRICH, WISEMAN
A CO.. Wholesale Druggists, Charleston, S. C.
^BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE ls the best In the world
harmless, reliable, instantaneous, does not con?
tain lead, nor any vUalic poison to produce par?
alysis or death. Avoid the vaunted and delusive
preparations boasting virtues they do not possess.
The genuine W. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR ' DTE
bas had thirty years' untarnished reputation to
uphold its integrity as the only perfect Hair Dye,
Black or Brown. Sold by all Druggists. Applied
at Na 18 Bond street, New York.
nov26 fmwlyr_ ?
^SB-ESTATE NO 1 ICE.-ALL PERSOfNS
having claims against the estate or the late JOHN
0. BLOHME will.present the fame duly attested,
and all persons indebted to him will make pay?
ment to DOROTHEA E. BLOUME,
octl0-m3 Qualified Executrix. :
pS* FIVE CENTS ADDITIONAL WILL
bay Shoes with silver or copper tips, which will
save the buyer thc price of a new pair of shoes.
Compared with ragged toes and dirty stockings,'
they are beautiful, to say the'least. Parents, try
pm* AWAY WTTH SPECTACLES.-OLD,
Eyes made new, easily, without doctor or medi?
cines. Sent postpaid on receipt of io cents. Ad
dross Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
New York. dec?a
AKNIE KIMBALL, from Liverpool, has been THIS
DAT enterca at the Customhouse under the Five
day Act. All Goods not permitted at the expira?
tion of the time will be sent to Pabilo Stores.
Otober 15tb. : ' RAVENEL ? CO.
octlT-3 - .
^NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS ABE
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
oct5-12 - ? M. A R. P. M. AM. Co.
j?f* TBY THE '.PIONEEB" PAPER
COLLARS, put bp in "Log Cabin" boxes. Only
octio No. 121 Meeting street, below Market.
?sfr*TO APPRENTICES AND MINORS.,
By virtue of a temporary arrangement of a very
liberal character with the Charleston Library So
clety, the Trustees of the Apprentices'Library
Society m vite all Apprentices and Minors to the
USE OF THE BOOKS of both Libraries, at the
rooms or the Charleston Society, corner Church
and Broad streets, subject to the roles of the two
Societies and of the following
Every Apprentice or . other Minor shall be enti?
tled to the use of the Libraries, who shall bring
from his parent,, guardian or master, or from any
member who ls not la arrears,, a certificate of
good conduct, and shall ?lgn his name in the
book prepared for that purpose, designating his
place of residence,, his trade, bis master and his
.age; Provided that such parent, master or guar?
dian be a punctual member ot eltUer of-the soci?
eties, s nd that the person giving such certificates
shall be responsible for the value of any book
lost, Injured or not returned according to rule.
And, in order to extend the usefulness or the
Society, the Trustees Invito citizens to beoome
The Library ti open every day from io A..M. to
to 3 P. M., add cu Saturday evening from first to
second bell-ring. W. D. PORTER,
President Apprentices' Library Society.
ARTHUR MAZYCK, Librarian. octi3-S
AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TRUSSES.-Comfort and Cure for the. Ruptured.
Sent postpaid on receipt of io cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue, New
^LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS, an old German Tonic.
/SSTJIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS, the most delightful and effective in the
world. .' ->.'.. .i i
LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS strengthens the debilitated.
LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS cares female complaints.
?jtT* LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS cures "never well" people.
^.LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS win give an appetite. Junio-fmw
?S- COTTON GINNING.-THE SUB?
SCRIBER Wffl GIN AND PACK SEA ISLAND
COTTON at 5?? cents, and Upland at Z% cents
Bagging included for each. Apply to SION LY A
LOWNDES, Vanderhorst Wharf.
WM. S. WHALEY, JR.,
sep2s-thm8 John's Island Ferry.
jaS^A GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From the tune when, In 1834, Dr. RUGGE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid" and its extraordinary.medi?
cal effects, nothing in the history of Medicine has
equalled lt. Largely used by the French physi?
cians m treatment of consumptive and scrofu?
lous diseases, lt was Introduced by the Court Phy?
sician or Berlin, MAS ERNST HENRY, into Pm?
sis, 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
dote has been taken, and we cordially recommend
lt to the public-TEdltor "Argus." Janl7 lyr
?S-TO THE MARTYRS OF LITER
COMPLAINT.-Among the wonderful medical
properties which have rendered HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS pre-eminent among the
health-restoring preparations or the age, its anti
bilious virtues are not the least remarkable. No
words can do justice to its marvelous effect upon
the diseased liver. Perhaps the simple word3 of
a convalescent sufferer, who describes it as "go?
ing right to the spot," tell the story as clearly as
may be. It does go right to the spot. It operates
directly upon the disordered organ, and whether
unduly active oj In a state of paralysis, restores
lt to a condition of health. ?The Sickness at the
Stomach, pain between the Shoulders and in the
Right Side, Yellow Surfusion of the Skin, Costive?
ness, Drowsiness and Langour. D?mness of Sight,
Colic, Palpitation of the Heart, Dry Cough, Low
Fever, and other symptoms which Indicate the
various phases of Acute and Chronic Elver Com?
plaint, are one and ail promptly relieved, and
finally removed, by the action of: this famous
preparation, which ls at once'the best of correc?
tives, the gentlest and most genial of aperients,
an Infal ible regulatory and a powerful restora?
tive Persons of a bilious habit, who use the Bit?
tere as a protective medicine, will never suffer
thu pams and penalties of Liver disease or Bli?
nna Remittent Fever. octi5-o*c?
^^^nSa?s^r f?tate Ba^a.
/-? Ann, Auctioneers.
gOUTH. CA^LD?^ INSmOTE *A1B
Will be ??id BESS&?SStt ???C?--.9?IT
Broad street, ai .on?oflloe, 5o.?
Terms cash. ' ' M
_ : . oct u
?nctiorteers' J?rioate Soles, #c.
By J. FRASER JnATB?WES,
Real Estate Broker, Wo. 56 Broad Street,
A; T PEIVATE SA^EV'
?JL PHOSPHATE LANDS of teat 'qnaUty and
locations. . ?i 'ti, ;"'r ?
^RJce and Cotton Plantations igallpar^of .tote
City Residences, Stores,:Bolldlne Botswana
rarma. -, .-t . ,;, octis-oino
JDrrj ?osos, &t.
W. STIL L MXNTMT
. DRY GOODS HOUSE, ;
NO, Ml KING STREET, '
ForBTH Doon. BELOW Wccrwonra STEKXT.
JOST RECEIVED, Z
K I D " O L -O Y E. S, . .
t Superior Article In .Black- and - Co io re -low
' , . .'/ ?.. '.f
PLAIDS I PLAIDS j PLAIDS I
A large assortment at 25 cents-very cheap.
P L A I N P 0: P"L I N S .
Every style at 25 cents.
In all Colors.
. . .. -. - rV.-j ::? ?ir-??LQti .
SHAWLS! SHAWLS 1
'atti Shawls, for early Fair, a-very pretty artlole,
and cbeap. , ;
BLANKETS AND COMFORTS,
' Ail cheap for cash, ac
A. R: s. TIL, L I\*'A:N;:S
?Nc* 281,. KING-, SWBRV ff I
?ctl7-mw2 J ? iml
. ? -? - ? . .???_
pmST ARRIVALS ;.0P FALL GOODS.
JO pieces of desirable New. styles of D.1ES8
: ;. GOOD J, from soc. np i?iwi?
W pair Of 104 WHITE BLANKETS, only |3 76,
w. rta$4 50
W pair of 10-4 WHITE EXTRA BLANKETS, $5,
/ worth $0 60
SO pieces, Choleo Colors, Empress "Cloth, only
W Improved Styles arid line tm?llty of "ARABS,"
only $3, worth $6
13 rolls CARPETS, which will be sold 25' percent.
below their value.
A magnificent assortment or the LATEST
TILES PLAIDED AND PLAIN DRESS GOODS.
HOSIERY, ": '"'
From, our own .Importation, the largest ind
est assortment in the city. ' ,;," . .
Also, a rich selection of FLANNELS, CASSI
tERES, Jeans, Satinets, Domestica, Ac.',.;" ?
An early cali ls earnestly, solicited, and bar?
alns will be guaranteed. . _
FTJBCHGOTT, BENEDICT k CGv
? "No. 437'KING STREET,
ootlO Corner of King and Calhoun streets.
?j HIB TINGS AND YARNS.
50 bales Ti SHIRTINGS
60 bales Assorted Yarns.
For sale low by
." .. , GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
Agents for Batesvllle Manufacturing Cc.
? ; Jnsmranrg. _V.
pHE COTTON STATES
! .LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,.
. . M A C O N; G E 0 R Ol A;
naran teed Capital...-1000,000
ONE ' HUNDRED THOUSAND . DOLLARS
Deposited, with state authorities of Georgia.
; FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
lep?slted with State authorities or South Care?
na for Security of Policyholders. rr. 8
. OFFICE B3 AT MACOS, GEORGIA:
WM. JOHNSTON, President.
WM. S. HOLT, vice-President.
GEO. S. OBEAR, Secretary.
. C. F. MCCAY, Actnary.
. JOHN W. BURKE, General Agent.
w. J. MAGILL, Superintendent Agencies.
Recommended by the following gentlemen, who?
ave examined its Charter and prospectus: '
Ol, WM.: JOHNSTON, President Chaetotte, 0. A A.
RR. s. . .
lem WADE HAMPTON, Columbia, Si .0. '
lol. L. D. CHILDS, President Carolina National
Bank, Columbia, S. 0.' - ? .
lol. JAMES G. GIBBES, Columbia, S. 0.
lionel JAMES Ht RION, Wlnnsboro', S. 0.
leneralM. C." BUTLER, Edgefleld.
leneral ROBERT TOOMBS, of Georgia, Ac, Ac
1 ' ; BURDELL BROS. Agents, .
!.v?./ Corner Broad and State street?.
'. L. OGIER, M. D., Examining. Physician,
april mwlyr : ? *??:?'. .-_
T1HE FOUNTAIN. SYRINGE.
SELF ACTING.-NO PUMPING.-r?) A?S
The best universal SYRINGE in the market,
t ls recommended by the first Physicians of the
ountry. . .
ft ls so simple that lt cannot get ont of order,
here are no valved, ana nothing that will cor*
?le. One will last a life tune:
Dr. JOS. H. WARREN, sai eminent Phlslclan, of
oeton writes to the manufacturers:
"From the fact of its st?'^Jty and correct
rincipie lu the structure of yobi 'FountainST*
.nge,' and for the easy manipulation,practicable
.suit, and com tort to the patient, I have recom?
iende! thia instrument extensively
The Profession are in vit 2d to call and examina
ie apparatus. "
For sale, wholesale and retalLby
? ; ?" .. Dr. H; BAER,
?t?o. 131 Meeting street,
may3Q Agent for South Carolina.
Jferosjiapers, iUogqmes, &t.
VOLUME II-No. L"
\N 0 W R~E~ A D Y
ABOR, by Hon. Alfred Unger.
i the South a Stock Country!-by Ip. Wyatt
Aiken. . l~ "." ",
ex?s Istle In England-by Alex. 3- McRae, ot
toffee and Coffee Culture-by F--. . . M
uggestlve Experience In Farmmg-oy A. tx.
IS for the south-by Jhos O-OlernsotL
And many other interesting far.^3, mung
ixty-four- royal octavo pages of folio reading
AS^rThe RURAL CAROLIN J AN; is soectaUy de
Jg? ^ne development of the agricultural,
nrticuiturai and pomologlcai Interests of the
S.raknited States, and contains information
o that end not tc be found in aay other magazine
a the world. , .
subscription. $2 per annum, in advance.
Address WALKER, EyANS .A COGSWELL,
sep2S Charleston, s. 0.
A FULL ASSORTMENT Just received by
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'alys So laittiungstreew