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VOLUME IX.-_NUMBER 2070 CHARLESTON, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 18^2._EIGHT DOLL4HS A YEAR.
A BLACK MAN'S ADVICE.
CO GEN'S" ARGUMENTS IN FAVOR OF
? A Great Advance on thc Conservative
Side-Thc Conservatives ean do Noth?
ing by standing orr- Hobson-g Choice
leaBarrlNcedle Pointing Towards the
Pol? of Future Harmonization.
[From tho Missionary Record.)
Tas Danvr NEWS has entered tbe contest
to aid In having a good and honest government
hy the election of socb men to tho Legislators as
' it th!?ka will be the most advantageous to the
public good. We concede to every one the right
to form their Judgment ot the men who are
placed in nomination b? any party, and to urge
the election of such aa they renard as the best
qualified to assume those important obligations
While we do not agree with, THE NEWS in . -iking
np a Hobson's Choice, yet we recognize t h ts a j a
great advance upon the part of cur Conserva
tlve friends. It Indicates e'early what will be
the future course of those who are anzionsfor
good government in this State. It ls the only
true course for them to pursue in order to aid In
bringing about a state of affairs, which ls the
wish of every good citizen In the State of every
It win ever be a matter or impossibility to make
a change in the class or politicians and public
men, who are to control our destinies, until the
white citizens who are large taxpayers and Inter?
ested in the purification of the Government take
bold, and help by their votes and influence make
those changes. The Conservatives, being in the
minority, can never accomplish that end while
they stand off from the colored mrn who are
anxious to bring about the necessary reforms.
It is also almost impossible to secure a good and
able class of representatives BO long as all good
men give the party, which alone bas the power ?
to elect, a cold shoulder. The good citizens must '
conquer their foolish pride for their country's
good, and place themselves ta the ranks, where
they can db good servir? for their country,
Every citizen should reel that bis country .Je?
mand s nui services, in order to bring to lt
and bis the blessings of good govern,
menr. The white cuzens of south Caro
lina have no real excuse for refusing
to harmonize with their colored fellow c; tlzens
only their preconceived ideas, that they will bo
degrading themselves by so doing. It is a fixed
fact that the negroes are largely In the majority
in thia State, and for years yet win control Us
destinies by voting mea into power, bat Intelli?
gence win rule large majorltlrs ir properly direct?
ed. With the whites intelligence predominates;
hat so lang as they briste t)?n ?selves from'hat
majority, they may never ho..'? o make their in?
telligence felt for the good of their State.
Tbe movement or the Hobson's Choice is a sure
Beedie pointing toward the pole of future harmon?
ization. It ts a proper recognition or the progress
of events, and the future will do Justice to the ef?
forts which are beug made to bring about the de?
si red end of good government, and a happy rela?
tionship among the people of th 8 Commonwealth.
While we shall vote the straight-out Regular Re?
publican ticket, and advise all Republicans lo do
the same, yet we cheerfully recognize the pro?
gress which oar white fellow-citizens ore making
in tbisdlrectlop. _ _
TOTE FOR HOBSON'S CHOICE !
TAKING IHR BULL BT THE HORNS.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Believing that tbe present time Is one in
wataa ww?-Qa* aaoold nse bl? roting-privilege
for themoat available parp?se that ls most bene?
ficial, 1 Shall advocate the tie:ron ot F. J. Moses,
Jr., believing that be -will endeavor to harmonize
the discordant parties that exist in our State.
Whilstii shall throw no veno meus dost at those
not born in carolina, yet, us a Car Untan, he
mast feel an interest for the prosperity or his own
state. The spirit of local attachment must ani?
mate every man's bosom unless he ls dead to any
ortho simplest emotions of the bnman heart.
I aban give other reasons in other writings of
bis claim for Gubernatorial elevation.
VOTB FOR HOBSON'S CHOICE !
CHAT FROM COLLETON.
The Rival Factions - One'? Afraid and
the Other Don't Wane to-Utter Rbnt
of tine Bolter*-No Hobson's Choler.
[FROM OUR 'OWN CORRESPONDENT ]
The Regular Republican Convention met
here on Saturday, the 6th Instant, and the local
contending factions having tried their strength
the day before, In the precinct meeting, lay off in
opposite pans or tba town, each afraid to make a
more, *becarpet-bag faction were confident of
superior numbera, bu, efrsld to make any move
without the chairman, Wno was leading the scala?
wags, and whose trlokery and Ingenuity waa well
known and greatly feared by those who thought
they would- be compelled to bolt. The chairman's
little game bi bide and aeek made the carpet-bag.
gera alick to the court ho nse all day Saturday,
from morning till midnight. Daring Saturday,
Sunday and Monday, these contending comical
armies lar watching each other, each pmy being
fed by their leaders, and speakers hired bv tbe
boor. Tbe courthouse was tull, both headquar?
ters were foll and the streets wore lull of these
well-fed, well-paid and well-drank orators and
On Monday there came rumors of a sell ont to
carpet-baggers r>y thescallya; bat lt terned 03
to be a back out, ror ? hey got no part of the
plunder. Tne county chairman fought long and
well, hut was pulled from the chair and canted
lcglortont-ly from the Held, "his back to the earth
and bm reel from the roe." The balance ls soon
told-the nominations ate no improvement on
the last; there is no bolt and no "Hobson"
Choice." 11 ea some sango me Democrat or some
ennntng Radical bas advertised a Democratic
ticket for our county; but lt ls bini ply hopeless
The Regulars Will have an easv walk over the
track, without any opp if mon. Tom ii nt on getting,
maybe, one-fllthor trie votes In the county.
Crops are fine, the merchants ard doing well
and the ho el keepers and lawyers are preparing
for the October term or the court, which sits on
'.lie Slut Instant tor two weeks, Judge J. J. Mn her
pi eal ding._ _ ISOCBATES,
Yon FOB HOBSON'S CHOICE !
OVER THE SEA.
The Military Insurrection In Spain.
MADRID, October 14.
A dispatch from Ferroll received lu Madrid
late last night says that the insurrectionists made
two attacks on the frigate A?orarlas on Frlhay,
but la both Instances wete speedily reoulsedby
the crew. Three government vessels are blocka?
ding the entrance to tne harbor or Ferroll. and lt
ls Impossible for any vessels cap ured by ibe
rebels to get ont. Anarchy preva le in the losur?
gent band, and lt ls believed that the insurrec
tion will be overthrown by the first attack of the
government troops. Fifteen hundred insurgents
who bad left Ferroll wore Intercepted ana re.
The Carlista continue their agita'ion In Cata?
lonia, ?here several have been arrested,Tncludlng
some soldiers on furlough. The capital ls per
LONDON. October 14.
The steamship Glamorgan, tne pioneer of the
one between Cardiff and New York, sailed yes.
GENEVA. October 14.
Prince Napoleon, escorted by French agents
Has arrived on the frontier.
TOTE FOR HOBSON'S CHOICE !
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
-Professor Fraser, of the University of
Pennsylvania, ls dead.
-A roiling mill at Johnc town, covering five acres,
ls burned- Tne iosii ls j40o,coo. Several firemen
were Injured. ,
-Tbe funeral of William H. Seward took place
yesterday. . _ .
TOTE FOB HOBSON'S CHOICE 1
TBE RECENT STATE ELECTIONS.
Sentiments of the Southern Press.
[From the Ric ii mond Enquirer.]
Victory may be more difficult of achieve?
ment, bac lt li neither Impossible nor improba?
ble. We can elect Qreeiey and Brown by hard
work vet, abd we must elect at least seven of our I
candidates for Congress, if not the whole nine.
Forward 1 U a nil the word of command.
[From toe Richmond Whig ]
It ls not pleasant to explain defeats. lt fa bad
enough to endure them. But these, bad as they
may be, do not render itie Liberal cause desper
ate. in r. sense, thene ttiree states were merely
tue skirmish Uno of the great Liberal array, and,
If they bad sided wlih us, our work would bave
been done. As lt IB, they leave our reserves un?
touched, which, with proper energy, are fud;
equal to ultimate triumph.
[From the Petersburg Index.]
Let na make up oar minds to tarn for still a
term of years from Federal affairs, and for this
month at least, let no means be neglected, no
pains be spared, to retain v Irglnla and her rutare
In the hands of her p~ojile so to retain lt, exer?
tion li necessary, and no careless one. Let us
see that we make IL
, [From tba Norfolk Journal.]
But we do not yet despair or the Republic. For- j
ward, friends of liberty and order, and cease oot
your labors until mo honest farmer or Ohappa
qua la elected President of the united States. Be?
tween now and the 6th of November there la am?
ple time to work, hard word, and If all of us do
our duty we will win.
[From the Alexandria Gazette.]
The result of the State elections, although dif?
ferent from what WH had hoped lt wonld bave
oeeo, and while li will doubtless cause a reeling of
disappointment, should not dlsplrt or causeaoy
relaxatioa on the part of tbe Conservatives to se?
care success at the anal contest la November.
[From the Lynchburg Virginian.]
The fi le-dil of the great Liberal movement
should only bi stimulated to redouble meir ex?
ertions for victory in November. It can be
achieved, ana will oe, tr they but do their dury.
An almost .united South and tbe great state of
New York are certain. Tho leaves us but little
to accomplUb among the doubtful states to make
our sut cess an assured fact.
[From the Wilmington (N. C.) Journal J
Let us not be hasty either In action or speech
as to the nniortunate position la which we fiad
ourselves placed. All U not yet lost, southrons
are not accustomed to surrender at the fli st re?
verse, nor U lt their habit to desert their ?r?enos.
We have fought against greater odda than now
[From the Wilmington (N.e.) Star.!
It ls wrong for ns to cripple our efflclenoy for |
the national canvass by taking a misanthropic
view of these State elections. There ls no cause
for despair. We bave a fine national organiza?
tion, though without the gorgeous pecunliry re
resources of our adversaries. W? hops we ?
bave on the part of au tue Conservative peo?
ple an indomitable purpose to run Grant to the
throat latch, if we cannot ad mu ls ter to him a j
complete overthrow. Let us resolve to do the |
[From the Wheeling Register ]
Jost now, lu the drat flush of disappointment by j
the destruction or their hopes, the Greeley men
are reeling somewhat disheartened. We b-lleve,
however, tbat this feeling will, to a very consid?
erable extent, pass away when tbe election re
tun.B are known with sufficient accuracy ror
analysis, and when the result caa be traced to Ita
legitimate causes. Greeley may yet be elected
President, and no lawful effort should be omitted
that may tend to the accomplishment of tbat pur?
pose, notwl hst and mg t'jo temporary check pro?
duced oy the eleotloua laat Tuesday.
[From the Savannah Nowa.]
We hoped for a different result; but we must !
confess that we are uot greatly disappointed, in
the success of Hartranrt, of Pennsylvania, the
candidate of the Cameron-Grant Rms; of corrup
tloolsM, we have the mort mortify lug evldeuoe of |
the utter demoralization of popular sentiment la
tbat state, while the Radical triumph In Ohio and
Indiana glvea assurance, of one of two things
either that the people of those states are con?
tent to Uvd nader a centralized despotism, or
tbat the corrupt lng power of the government la
the control of elections ls Omnlp stein. We fear
that the latter is tue trae explanation of the Radi*
sal triumph yesterday.
VOTE FOR HOBSON'S CHOICE f
ON TBE VERGE OF RUIN.
A Young Girl's Escape from ftloral
[From tbe Savannah Advertiser.]
There are incidents in real Hie when the
virtues and good traits of thone wno are unfortu?
nate enoogh to be uaaer the ban or their reno w
3 eaturea are brought into active play, and are |
leveloped lu wonde.fnl d spropori lon to the good?
ness or tbe seir assured christ ians who affect to j
loeer at these leas lavored publicans and sinners.
?Ve have been so Impressed by thia fact, that we I
prop >se to give our readers the outline< of a life
malory-a real di ama in our midat- the central]
Jgure in which ls a young girl ol sixteen, who ar?
rived lu savannah last Wednesday on tbe ateam
sr San Jacinto. She la the daughter of a real es- 1
cate broker In the upper part of New York city, t
where, Jost from school, she chared under the re- i
jtraint ot home rule, and decided in an evil mo- f '
ment to leave her parents and seek fortune j
abroad in me wend.
It was a wretched step for her, some straDge
ratsilty, which seems to golda tbe young when
>nce on the road to destruction, leadlog ber into j
Ita company ora woman la New York'interested f
lu Bending out members of tba demi monde to
Savannah. Realizing that the (tin was a victim
}f value, thia woman secured the former a pas-1
ia ge on the san Jacinto under the nama of Lilla 11
Howard, instructing her to go to a noted maison ' '
tej?te in tbls city, where sba would be duubly
welcomed in view of ker innocence. Arriving
lere, she roiiowed out tho instructions, and re- j
jtaired to the house designated, i he proprietress
-eoelved bar, and upon questioning her, to her
istoulshment deveiopeu the facts as we have
itated them. Folly satisfying herself that the girl
lad (old the truth, tbe landlady communicated
vit ii some of the Catholic clergy, who took
?barge of her, and atlll have her, we believe, un
kr meir keeping. We understand tbat ane will
n time be bent oack to her pirents, who have
teen written to, and who, wa hope, will keep I
mich a?d ward over her carefully in the future.
We cannot praise too warmly the woman who
has s i ved a pure and innocent girl from ruin,
ind w hose heart was nc dead to tbe Inspiration
if virtue und goodness, la the day or re.koulntt
hU act or hera will go far towarda winning
m m or ta li ty. while the divine c mmendation,
?well done," will, we believe, ba more freely
>estowed. _ _
VOTE FOR HOBSON'J CHOICE !
TBE NEWGATE CALENDAR.
A Saratoga Bank Robbed of $300,000 by
a Gang of Desperadoes.
NEW YORK. October 14.
The Saratoga County Bank, at Waterford,
was robbed, at an early hour mis morning, of li
iver three hundred thousand dollars, by a gang or f
aloe desperad? es, disguised in Ku-mux uni?
forms. Tbe robbers secreted themselves la the
noose of the cashier, Mr. D. M. Ha vauu berger
-arly ld st evening, and, af ter wai d s, gagged the j
m tire family, except the cashier, who they com
?ei?eil to open the vaults of the bank. Tbe loss
;o the bank ls about eigat thousand rive hundred
lollara. The special depositors will lose about j
hree hundred thousand la Ualted States bones
ind stocka. The cashier occupied rooms over |
?be bank. A reward or ten thousand dollars ls
)ffered ror the arrest or the robbers.
CHICAGO, October 14
Two sample trunks Oiled with watches, vained
it twenty thousand dollars, belonging to M. N,
strauss, travelling agent tor Rich. Berg A Co., of
Hew York, were taken from the office of tbe Bess
House, some time between one aud six o'clock,
>n Saturday morn m g.
Pranks or the Locomotive.
HARRISBURG, October 14.
The engine ora train at Lew,st own Bridge ran
into an omnibus on saturday, killing toe driver
indiujurlng seven passengers, lot-lading David
K. Robinson, cashier of the Minim County Bank.
Radical Ku-Klaxlsm In Kentucky.
. CINCINNATI, October 14.
There was a riot last night ht Covington. A
3rant procession, bair white and halt bla s, wu
sassibg, and a boy shouted ror Greeley. ? negro
-aid, -shout bim." wnes firing corarneoctd.
There were many ineffectual shots, and a number
>r persono were stracK with torches. The doors
ind windows or two stores were broken In.
VOTE FOR HOBSON'S CHOICE !
JACK FROST COMING.
WASHINGTON, October 14.
Probabilities : The barometer will probably
all In the Northwest aud on the upper Lakes,
vue HOU mer ly winds, cloudy weather and rain in
he middle Mississippi and lower Ohio valleys.
,vinda veering to the southwell, with cloudy
veatber (iud iroats, In the Gulf and Sooth Atlantlo
states. Winds veering to tbe northerly and east
irly, with generally clear weather, from i he lower
j kea over the Middle Mates and New England.
Viada generally, northerly to westerly, with
loaring und clear weather, but increasing In tem
>eratut e. and winds southerly on the lower Lakes
ty i aesa.iy noon.
A WOMAN AT THE BOTTOM.
THE USD EEL TINO- CAUSES OF THE
A Fight for Dillon's lindy-Thc State?
ment of the Dead Ulan's Mother-A
Loose Woman the Cause of the Domes?
[From the Savannah News of yesterday.]
Since the recent tragedy In the Dillon family
a variety of rumors have be?n afloat lu reference
to the parties concerned, as to the con di Mon of
Dillon, Sr., and the disposition that had been
made of the remains of the deceased son. These
reports were BO contradictory that but little re?
liance could be placed on them. We are now,
however, enabled to lay before our readers a
concise and corroct account of the events fol?
lowing upon the unfortunate airalr.
1 iilon. Sr., gave Instructions to an undertaker
la this city to bring a cheap coffin to the outee
and take the body to a farm of his, abour, five
miles from the city, for interment. The b dy
waa placed in the coffin wltn toe same clothes the
deceased had on at thc time of his death. The
coffin wita placedla a hearse, and the undertaker
proceeded to the locality designated, taklog with
him a negro man to dig the grave. When just
beyond the Belay Bouse
THEY WEBB MET BT HB. DILLON 'd WIFE
la'a carriage, who demanded the corpse. This
was refused, ann the driver of ihe he irse was
ordered to proceed. Tae party continued on, close?
ly followed by ber In the carriage; bat before the
place designated for tbe burial weaueached. she
hired a wagoner, whom they met on *Ue road,
to proceed with her, aa ahe waa determined to
have the body, on arriving at the ground the |
undertaker bad ths coffin removed, and left lt la
charge of the ui gro wno had been employ-d by
nu on, Sr.. to later the remains The undertaker
having performed his duty, returned to town.
The mother, whh the asaUiauoe of some colored
men, who were at'racted to the spot and who,
sympathized with her, succeeded In getting pos?
session of the coffin, h <d lt put In her wagon, and
then surte i to return to town, taklug a different
They had proceeded several miles when they
were overtaken by Henry Tow, depnty sheri ir,
wiih other names, woo demaaded the b dy, In
the name of the Uw, at the lustance of Dillon, sr.
She at first declined to give it un, but Anally
yielded to the force of circumstances. One > more
the directlo i was changed, and lu due time the J
farm waa again retched, the mother still follow?
ing. The body was then Interred, and the pary
returned to tbe city. At el;bt o'clock the mother,
taking with her assistants drove out to the place
HAD THU BODY DISINTERRED.
The coffin waa then pat In a wagon, and mored
rapidly towards town. Oons.derabie time was
occupied lu accomplishing thia, and they did not
reacn ner house, corner of State and Montgomery
streets until half-past two A. M., Saturday. On
saturday morning ahe had a very fine coffin or?
dered, and the boly waa removed from the other
and placed In that.
took place yesterday morning at hair-past ten
o'olocR from thc residence ut cite mother, and
was largely attended. The remains were baned
on thu place of Mr. T. J. Walsh, situate on the
Middle Ground Hoad, a short distance irom the
elty. This information ls correct, aa It waa fur?
nished by the mother herself.
CONDITION OF THE WOUNDED SUN.
The report that Dillon, Sr., was 8alTerlng gr0at
ly from his wcundH we learn Ls incorrect. He is?
iahi to be getting along very well, aad lt la ex?
pected will be out In a few daya. He ls at pres?
s?t at a house out oa the road known as tbs Be?
TUE ABSENT SONS.
The rumor that the other sons, who are absent
from the city and who had been telegraphed for,
bad arrived ia incorrect. One of them (Benjamin)
ls la Montgomery, Alabama, and a telegram-was
received stating th a' he sympathized wi h the
family, but waa nuable to travel on account of
sickness. The other son ts lu the interior near
Marietta somewhere, aad may be In tho etty thia
week. Three other children are in Europe, and
one, a married daughter, ls in Canada.
STATEMENT OF THE HOMER OP THE DECEASED.
We received a request last evening from the-1
ifflicted mother to cull at her house, nod In com, '
pitance therewith we proceeded at half-past eigtu,
relock to her residence to ?scertaln the object of
ber request. She seemed solicitous about certain
reporte that were circuited to the effect that her
deceased son had m reaten ed tbe life or his rather
previous to the recent difficulty. She eraphatl
ea ly denies thia, and Baja that on the morning
la question she had gone down to her husband's
office to c insult him lu regard to BO me
lomestlc matters, wheo, In the coarse or con
venation, be called Alexander Dillon "a
1-d pappy." Thia excited ber auger, aad ahe re
Duked him for lt, when he told ber to go home,
she ahortly arter left and returned ; o her house,
whare she met hf r decease I son. On the Impulso
if the moment abe said to him, "Alexander, your I
'ather called yon a d-d puppy." she states that |
: tie boy Beamed to feel lt deeply, and mode some
reply about his father disgracing the family. He
baa aald he waa going down, and she In
julred If ha wan going to nu father's om'e. He,
vpiied he thought not. He did not make any
hreat on hearing or hts father's remark?, and
ila mother asserts that she never knew him to
;arry a-pistol or weapon of any kind; that a1 ter I
ie left the house be met a friend named sack,
rho Bhowed him a new pistol, and Alexander
lorrowed lt. She expresses disbelief in any pre
nedltatlon on bis part. He subsequently visited his
at ber's office, and the conversation which then
iccurred, aa given ia the ?vidence at- the Inqu Al?
lon, and the command "clear out and go home "
ogether with the epithet which his mother told
dm had baen applied to bim, so excited aad out
aged bia feelings that in
THE HEAT OF PASSION
ie drew the pistol aud fired at his rather. His
notber spoke or the different reports which had
teen circulated concerning the manner or his
leatti, and ?tated as her belief, that he Kl led hlm
iclf, as eatab tabed by the conn-r' s inquest tie
vas under the impression that be had mortally
round-d lil? rather, she spok*or thedec<>a?ed
isa re mu rs ably quiet, peaceably disposed boy,
.ery reticent in hts disposition, and perfectly con
ented when engaged la musical exerci-e-, of j
rhlch he was passionately food. Thia description
>f the youth's character was also corroborated by
l?verai neighbors who were present at the lo
THE CAUSE OF THE TROUBLE,
ve were informed, dates about three years back,
dace which time her husband has not been living
vltn her regularly. Mils was brought about by
he discovery that the husban i and rather had
leea lured off by a young woman to whom the
rife says she was particularly kind, and had at.
listed in many ways, but that events proved she
ras making "a stick to break her own head." Tho
ion. Benjamin, who ls now tn Montgomery, was
ocensed at this, and one montog visited the
lomlci'e where this woman was stay lag and
?leaned out the establishment. dri7lag her away.
This caused a rupture in the family. The son was
furnished with one hundred dollars and seat off |
with Instruction? not to write to his father for
money. His mother says, however, he wrote to
uer regularly. Since that time things had not
zone en pleasantly. Her husband cut down ber
allowance a-id bestowed apon the other worn m
mentioned thiags previously given ti ber. She
states that some times her indignation would got
the better or her, and Bhe would visit the place
where this woman was staying and nse her
tongue freely. About two weeks slace she states
she waa on the place when David R. Dillon
SNAPPED A PISTOL AT HER FOOR TIMES,
this was probably done to frighten her, as she
says she understands the pistol was not loaded
with bill-but she saw the ria-hes and heard the
reports On another occasion a woman, she says,
bred at her thtough the window of the house,
whom she has every reason to celtevo was the
pei son m question. Sba further state 1 that her
husband told her she had better keep away from
that place, as "Jenny (t'.iename of the woman)
could shoot."' She denies tne reports that she
carries a weapon or liss ever sought the life of
this woman, an hough she has aonsed hi r. Some
time alace she says she was barned with ki ro?
sene oil, aad was considered in a dangerous coo
dit lon. While 111 she says this woman visited
her aud said to her "Mammy Dillon, I thought
you would die and then 1 would get 'Poppy Dil?
Thfso are the malu features embraced In her
statement, which bear upon the recent uohapny
occurrence lu her family. She expresses no III
feeling towards her husband, whom she sara has
been kind to her In the past, and for that she is
We give the above statement, as made to us,
which embodies the substance of the distressed
mother's remarks, although we present lt In a
more connected form. The interview was sought
by ber In order that false reports, which she be?
lieved were circulated concerning herself and
deceased son, might be corrected through her
VOTE FOR ROBSON'S CHOICB !
THE INDIANA VICTORY.
INDIANAPOLIS, October 14.
The Republicans elect both congressmen at
large. Shanks ls defeated by twenty-eight votes.
The deiegatloa stands nine Republicana to four
TOTE FOS HOBSON'S* CHOICE .'
CHAT FROM COLUMBIA.
Carter Still In Llmbo.-The For thoo min g
Application tor the Release of Captain
Tupper-Both Bolters and Regulars
Confident of Victory. -
[SPKOIAL TBLBORAM TO THE NS WS.]
COLUMBIA, S. C., Monday, October 14.
Henry G. Carter, tbe so-called government
agent, was brongar ap before Judge Me.toa to-day
on a writ of habeas corpus. No facts were develop?
ed. The counsel, Mr. Pope for the prosecution, and
Messrs. Le ?Jonee and Boone for tue defence con?
fining themselves to points of law. Judge Melton
withholds his decision nntll to-morrow, bo'- the
Indications are that thc prisoner will be released,
as no legal forgery cw be egtab?shrd carter
keeps his own s?cr?ta, and leaves both Bolters
and Mcseyites as much in the dirk as ever.
An effort will be made by bis counsel, I un?
derstand, to have Captain Tapper released on
bail in a rew days, and the venue will be changed
for his trial from Richland to some oiher connty,
and. perhaps to another Judicial circuit.
M ?t era are quiet here in relation to the state !
election. The tickets have all been printed, and
full arrangements made by both parties to get
cut their rejective followers to the polls, and to
guard against frauds. The'Bolters ire pretty
confident, anl are counting upon a heavy vote in
the upper cunt es The Regalara, on the other
hand, pooh, pooh ?he idea of Moses being beaten.
From all appearance! the clemton will be very
quiet aud unexciting about here. Qoi Viva.
VOTE FOB HOBSON'S CHOICE I
SIPPINOS OF BUNCH.
Meato tuti83lmia Ibis. The; Ibis ls safest in the
FROM a coMFKirrryi xx AH.
Q. Give what you know abunt Papyrus ?
A. He was a King of Egypt who established a
paper currency instead of the aheeps' heads which
nacl up till that time been passing for money.
This waa issued by the Nile Bank, and on the re-1
verse side were the words Ex Silo.
Wire (returning from ?hopping) "Hullo,
Geor.e, waat'd this? Uuve.you bscn ordering
coals?" . ;i - '.'
Husband (greatly elated ) fsb. my dear; but a
noie from Biogglna-actually-most kind-h^d no
lack oa the Moors, so, as hq can't send ns any
birds, begs our acceptance oiinatf a toa of coals 1"
wife '-How nice i Now vi can have that little
dinner party I"
Pere Hyacinthe abjures monastic vows,
Tne childless father has become a spouse.
Blest with his consort in their nuptial bower,
Behold the Hyacinth a double flower.
VOTE FOB HOBSON'S CHOICE !
CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WA- |
TER-NATT ANS'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERT FOB
TUE HAIR_A perfectly clear preparation In one
bottle, aa easily applied as water, for res to ring to
gray luir lu natural color add yontbtal appear?
ance, to eradicate and prevent dandruff, to pro?
mote the growth of the bair and stop its falling
out. It ls entirely harmless, and perfectly free
from any poisonous a abs tan ce, and will therefore
take the place of all the dirty and unpleasant
preparations now In ase. Numerous testimonia t
have been sent us from many of our most promi?
nent citizens, some ef which are subjoined. In
every thing lu which the articles now in use are
objectionable, CRYSTAL DISCO VBR7 la perfect,
lt ls warranted to don tain neither Sugar of Lead,
Sulphur or Nitrate of Sliver, it does not soil the
clothes or scalp, ls agreeably perfumed, and
makes one of the best dressings for the Hair tn
ase. lt restores tho color of the Hair "more per
feet and uniformly dan any other preparation,"
and always does so in neun .turee to ten days,,
virtually feeding the roots of the Hair with au
the nourishing qualities necessary to Its growth
and healthy condition; lt restores the decayed
and indaces a new growth of the Hau* mere posi?
tively than anything elsa Tho apoiloatlon ol
this won 1er foi discovery also produces a pleasant
and cooling effect on the scalp and gives the Hair
a pleasing and elegant appearance. Price $1 a
bottle. ARTHUR NATTANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington, n. a
For salo by the Agent, DR. ll. BAER,
No. 181 Meeting street, Charleston, S. 0.
BtaaSf Ciiisnrais, Ct.
f GUYOTS TAR N
CONCENTRATED PROOF LIQUEUR
&[' Guyot has succeeded in depriving tar
of its insupportable sourness and Bitterness,
and in rendering it very soluble. Profiting
by this happy discovery, he prepares a con?
centrated liqueur of tar, which in a small
volume contains a large proportion of the
Guyots tar possesses all the advantages of
ordinary tar-water without nny of its draw?
backs A glass of excellent tar-water without
any disagreeable taste maybe instantaneously
obtained by pouring a teaspoonful into a
glass of water.
Any ono can thus prepare his glass of tar
water at the moment he requires it, thus
economizing time, facilitating carriage and
obviating the disagreeable necessity ol' hand?
Gayola lar replaces advantageously se?
veral more or less inactive ptisans in the
treatment of colds, bronchitis, coughs, and
Guy ot? tar is employed with the greatest
success in the following diseases .*-.
AS A DRAl'CIIT. - A teasponfal in a glass
of waler, or tivo tablespoonfuls in a bottle.
CATARRH OF THE BLADDER
OBST NATE COUGHS
IRRITATION OF THE CHEST
DISEASES OF THE THROAT
AS A LOTION. - Pure or diluted with a
AFFECTIONS OF THE SKIN
DISEASES OF THE SCALP
Guyots lar has been tried with the
greatest success in the principal hospitals of
France, Rclgium, and Spain. Experience has
proved it to be the most hygienie drink in
time of epidemics.
Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
Depot ia Paris, L. FRERE, 19, rue Jacob.
Agents in Ch arl eat-n, DOW.E, MOISE A
DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists. J
WUlTB SULPHUR SPRINGS WATER, frcm the
Celenrated Greenbriar White Sulphur ? pi logs
In Virginia _
For sale by DR. H. B EB,
_No. m Meeting ?treeL
BEEP, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINCHONA.
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tonics
are now getting Into general use, especially In
cases of delicate females and childi en. They may
be had of DR. H. BAER,
Ko. 131 ueetmg street.
A full stock of Elixirs, and all the other new
Pharmaceutical Preparations always kept on
Bicarbonate or Soda
Cream of Tartar
Alcohol, 96 per cent
AC, AC, 4c.
At lowest market rate9. By
DR. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street.
I illa: tic?.
LIEB EN ROO D-STAFFO^D^oTrTuuSay ev*,
Ding, Ootooer io, 1872, st the resldeno - of the
bride's father, by the Btw. L. H. Shao*, Mr. CHAB.
LIEBEN MOOD, 01 Leam: n ?, ton Spa, England, to Mira
JULIA ESTELLB, daught a- of Henry R. Stafford, of j
Charleston, S. C. No CE rds. . |
THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
acquaintances of Mr. H. M. ABRAHAMS, and of
Mrs. A. H. Abrahams aad family, and of Mr. A.
Falk and family, are respectfully invited to attend
the Funeral Services of the former, from hie late
residence, No. 28 Coming street, at 4 o'clock. THIS
JfSf UNITED S TTTETINTERNAL
REVENUE, COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. SECOND
DISTRICT, SOOTH CAROLINA, CHARLESTON,
OCTOBER ll, 1872.-IMPORTANT NOTICE.
Holders of Army and Navy Certificates of sales of I
Land by D.rect Tax Commissioners, District of
South Carolina, will pisase take notice that the [
8th day of December, 1872, Is the la?t day on
wh'ch application can te made f jr permission to :
redeem the Lands desc r.bed in said certificates
under the Act of 8r.h June, 1872. Applications
should be addressed to the Hon. J. W. DOUG?
LASS, Comm! stoner of Internal Revenue, Wash?
ington, D. c., and forwarded through this office.
W. R. OLOUTMAN. Collector,
octis-l_Second D.sn let South Carolina.
BBV BELL SCHNAPPS DISTILLtD
by the Proprlet'.rs at Schiedam, ta Holland. An
invigorating Tonic and Medicinal Beverage,
Warranted perfectly pure, and free from al
deleterious substances. It ls eimile j rrom Bar?
ley of the finest quality, and the aromatic Juniper
Berry of Italy, a .d deigned expressly for caseB
of Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Dropsy, Gout, Rheu?
matism, General Debility, Cartarrh of the Blad?
der, Pains in the Back and Stomach, and all
diseases of the Urinary Organs, lt gives reUef J
in Asthma Gravel anti Calculi lu the Bladder,
strengthens and invigorates t: e system, and ls
a certain preventative and cure of Hut dreadful
scourge. Fever end Ague.
OAUflON t-Ask for 1'RUDSON 0. WOLFE'S
For sale by all respectable Grocers and Apothe?
HUDSON G. WOLFIS A CO., Sole Importers.
Office, No. 18 South Winiam street, New York.
?Bf[ CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
MANHATTAN, from New York, are notified
that she will discharge cv go, THIS DAT, at J
Adger's South Wharf. Goods uncalled for at j
sunset will remain on the wharf at owners' risk
coi 16-1 JAMBS ADf?ER A CO.. Afrenta
pty NOTICE. - CONSIGNEES PER
COMMERCIAL LINE Schooner ADP LIZA, Hun?
ter, Master, from New Tor);, are hereby notified j
that she ls discharging oargo at central wharf?
All goods remaining o a wharf at sunset will be!
6tond at expense md risk cf owner. No]
claims allowed after goods leave the wharf.
E. P. S WE EG AN,
?S- NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS ARE
hereby cautioned agal oat narbo) lng or trusting
any of the Crew of B::lttsh bark RANGER, from
Boston, as no debts of their contracting win be.
paid by me. j. FRANK COX.
NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS ARE HERE?
BY cantloned against harboring or trusting any
of the Orewjof.the Brit sh Bark "BEL.STEWART ?
rrom ii J-ton, as no debts of their contracting]
will be paid by Captain PUHDY, or
OCtll 8 ALFBE D J. CREIGHTON, Agent.
pa* CONSIGNEES WANTED FOR (24)
twenty-four tubs LAUD, marked W, per Steam?
ship Virginia, from Philadelphia, October 2; also
for 1 birre, marked F. 0. ARCHER. Unless
claimed, above artlcl's will be auld for expenses.
OCtl2-3 W. A. COURTENAY, Agent.
?arTHE MEMBERS OP THE GERMAN
HUSSARS TILTING CLUB are re quos ted to call
on Messrs. MLNKE A MULLER and leave orders
fur their Uniforms.
By order or the Pre, ?ido at.
J. 0 W. BISCHOFF,
^-BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS IN
purchasing HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR RENEWER. The genuine has a private
revenue s' amp. ibree inches long, with a likeness
of Tr. Hall upon lt oier the cork.
pff- THERE IS KO EXCUSE FOR
those who drag their weary and disordered bodies
into our company, when a few doses of AVER'S
SARSAPARILLA would cleanse their mnrky blood
and restore their health and vigor. Ye maddy
victims of billons disease, have some regard for
your neigh!) ra, if not for yourselves.
pty PRIVATE PARTIES, BALLS, 4c,
will be furnished with ene and the rn' st popular
MUSIC. Apply to F. DAURK'S Muslo Store, Nc
377 Elag street, or to 0. BE RE, corser Went
worth and Anson streets._octs-tnthst
^arTHE CLOSEST OBSERVER CAN-J
NOT detect Dr. TUTT'S HAIR DYE. Its effect ls j
per 'ec ly natural. Leaves no ridiculous tints.
pty BURNHAM AROMATIC DENTI
FKIOE, for Cleaning, Beautifying and Preserving
the Teeth, and imparting a refreshing taste to the
mouth. Trepared by
EDW. S. BURNHAM,
Graduate of Pharmacy,
No. 421 King street, Charleston, S. 0.
Recommended by the following Dentists: Dr
J. B. PATRICE, Dr. B. A. UUCEENFUSS.
pf TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OF?
FICE OF COMPTROLLER OF THE OURRENO?
WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER 10, 1872 -Whereas,
by satisfactory evidence presented to the under
signed, lt has been made to op;>ear that the Bank
of Charleston National Banking Association, In
the City or Charleston, la the Coaaty of Charles
ton and State of South Carolina, hts been duly
organized under and according to the require?
ments or i he A t of Congress, e-titled "An Act to
provide a National Currency, secured by a pledge
of United states Bunds, and to provide for the
circulation and redemption thereof," approved
June 3,1864, and has compiled with all the provl
siona of said Act, required to be complied with
before commencing the business or Banking un?
der said Act.
Now, therefore, \ JOHN S. LANG WORTHY:
Acting Comptroller or .he Currency, do hereby
cen 1 'y that the Bac k or Charleston National Bank
lng Association, in the City or Charleston, In the
County or Charleston and State or South Carolina,
ls authorized to commence the business or Bank?
lng under the Act aforesaid.
In testimony wt ereof, witness my hand and
Seal or office, this Kith day or September, 1872.
J. S. LANG WORTHY,
Ac ti ag Comptroller or currency.
(SEAL., INO. 2044.]
po- BATOHEJJOR'S HAIR DTE.-THIS
superb Hair Dye hi the best ia the world. Per?
fectly harmless, reliable and Instantaneous. No
disappointment. ISo ridiculous tinta, or unpleas?
ant odor. The genuine W. A. Batchelors Hair
Dye produces immediately a splendid black or
natural brown. Docs not stain the ekln, but
leaves the hair cuan, soft ?nd beautiful. The
only safe and perfect Dye. Sold by all druggists
Factory 16 Bond sireet, New York.
_gleit on ffoftrg?,
pm* ANNOUNCE WM. J. DETBEVIL1*E
aa a candidate for Solicitor of toe First circuit,
composed of Grangeborg and Charleston Conn
p9* CHARLESTON, OCTOBEB li,
1872.-MESSRS. RDITORS: Please ano ounce that
I am not a candidate ror a seat in tue state Legis?
lature, and oblige Toara, Aa,
. OCtl6_JMO. F. FIOKEN.
?ST-TOB, CONGRESS-GEN EB AL WIL
LlAM GURNEY. -MESSRS. EDITORS : Plewe ac
noonee General WILLIAM GURNEY as tbe Repub?
lican candidate for Oongreaa from thia District.
He will be aopported by the majority of the
OCtO 7 REPUBLICAN VOTERS.
pm* CONGBESSION A L. -PLEASE AN?
NOUNCE that Genera? WILLIAM GURNEY ls ?ot
the Nominee or the Republican party for congress,
from thu Dist rice. He U an Independent Candi,
date, who proposes to ran against the onlj Re*
publican Nominee, the Hm. A J. KASSIER.
pa*?.T AN EXTRA MEETING OF THE
UPTOWN INDEPENDENT COMMITTEE, the fol?
lowing named gentlemen have been elected
to Hil the following named offices :
R. POBTiB, colored.
- " Kor Lieatenant-Oovemur, ~~"
Eo. LAB mn.
For Secretary of State,
For Actor nt y-Otu t ral,
" For Tresaarer,
. W. J. SEYLB.
For Superintendent of Ed ac at lon,
JACOB JINKINS, colored.
H. L. WOLFE.
For Congress at Large,
N. C. LUD SN.
R. S. SCOTT.
For Clerk of Court,
For Probate Judge,
J. W. REED.
For School Commissioner,
- F. W. PIEPES.
For "tate Senator,
BALLIFOB PALMER, colored.
For County Commissioners.
W. Q. Fi SUD,
For Rc prece n ta 11 ve a,
JOHN DOLAN, A w. THAMES,
OKORO s HO SEIL, E. A. LOYAL.
T. R EEO AN, CHARLES W?LLING,
JAMES DUNOON, BICH ABD LEE, colored, -
E. SCOTT MILES, WILLIAM DUDLET,
P. BRADY. WILLIAM GEORGE,
L. L. ERV ANT. HENRY LINC8TIDT1
W. G. WHITNEY, I DWARD LABTUA, col'd,
GEOBOE STBQNO,_SIMON FA1 B._
fW THE PEOPLE'S TICKET
For Congress-Second Dis trier,
A J. RAMBLER.
For Sae riff,
C. B. SlOWALD.
For cierit of Court,
_JACOB WILL MAN.
For Probate JaJgr,
JOHN G. MAOKET.
For ?chool Com in Issi o uer,
E. M. GRIMES.
JOSEPH P. HOWARD.
For County Commissioners,
WILLIAM E. HOLMES Lona DUN H EM AN,
JOHN 8. THORNE.
WILLIAM R. JERYBY.
House o? nepreaentatlvea,
JAB. M. OABSON while, WILLIAM NOEL, col'd,
8. B. G ABB VIT, OOl'd, T. P. M 1KB LL, WD 1U?,
A 9. SOLOMONS, white, JACOB ROYAL, col'd,
JOHN W. HALL, col'd, R. 0. BABKLBT, white,
J. w. REED, white, BENJAMIN BEBET, col'd,
R. MORRISON, Sr.. col'd, G. F. HABENICHT, white,
D. F. FLEMING, white, WM. HARRISON, col'J,
J. H. ROBERTSON, co.'d, W. A. WILSON, white,
SIMONS LUCAS, White. TONY GIBB J, col'J.
^-REGULAR NOMINATIONS ONION
UNION REPUBLICAN PARTY.
FRANKLIN J. MOSES, JR.
For Lie uten an 1 -Go vernor.
R, H. CLEAVES,
For Secretary or Stats.
HENEY E. HAYN?.
SAMUEL W. MELTON.
SOLOMON L. HOGS.
F. L. CARDCZO,
For Superintendent or Education.
J. E. JlLLSON.
For Adjutant General.
H. w. ruBvis.
For Congres i at Ltrgt,
R. Tl. CAIN.
For Congress-Second Congressional
For Solicitor-First cir<ult.
0. W. Burra.
E. W. M. MACKEY.
For Clerk of Court.
For Probate Judge.
JOHN A MUSHINGTON.
For school Commissioner?
P. P. HEDGES.
For State Senator.
WM. N. TAFT.
For County Commissioners?
LOUIS DUN s EM AN,
GEOBOE I. CUNNINGHAM,
WM. G. FIELDS.
E. J. ADAMS, ABRAM SMITH,
J. A WILLIAMS, STEPHEN BBOWN,
T. H. JONES, GBOBOB CANNON
B. J. MEARS, 3- D. RUSSELL,
J. L. WALKER, AMIS BLTOBN,
H. c. MINOTT, ROBERT SIMMONS,
0. H. TANDERHORST, R. W. BROWN,
F. 8. LEB, JOHN E. CLYDE,
W. G. PTNCKNBT, F. 0. MILLER.
pWDO YOU- SUFPEB WITH INDIGES?
TION, Headache, Pain in the shoulders, conchs,
Tightness of the Cheat, Dizziness, Sour Eructa?
tions of the stomach, Bad Taste in the Month,
BU.ous Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, these
Paine in the regions of ihe Kidneys, and a hun?
dred other painful aymptoma, are the offsprings
of Dyspepsia. If yon would find immediate re?
lief, use at once SIMMONS'S HEPATIC COM?
POUND or LITER CURE. It lnvlgoratea the
Stomach and stimulatea the totpBUw ^
Bowels, which renders lt of unequalled efficacy
ta Wansing the blood of all Impurities, and im
Par ing?ew lire and vigor to the wholaay-tam.
it ls ready forlmmedlate nae, and for sale by
It ls ready MoI8E 4 DAVIS>
cctu Agents for So. Ca.
/ETREGDLAB RE PUBLIC AN TICKST.
COUNT? NO KI SAT IO S3.
General WILLIAM O?xnr.
Dr. w. D. P. ABVAO.
For Clerk of Co ort,
For Probate Jodge, -
For Soi ie (tor.
Colonel E. w. SiTKotTB.
JOHN A. MCSHINOTON.
For School CommLMloner, '
P.P. HEDGES. " . ~
For 3(?te Senator,
Dr.R.B. BlWZrT. ;
For Co nary Com m II i lon ?ra, -.".->/
oto Eu i L crntirntffHAif,
JOHN & THOBXB.
For Rep relent? tl ve a, " ' "
WK. 0. PINCXHIT, GBOEOI CANNON,
apt. J AJ? ?3 M. CARS as, Dr. B. A* BoexKoat,
J. E. CL TD i, B. J. If AM,
Ui* BABXLIT, F. & LO, .
0. G LOVE a, fj j. Aj-MtX,
ROBOT Snoicms, ABBAHAIC TATLOB. '
S.D. RCBSXLX, A. B. MrTOHBTX,
R. W. SHOWN, 8TXPHX1.' BKOWX,
PBAMK 0. Maus. SOLOMON D. Htm?.
pr- NOTICE.-OFFICH OP COMHIB
SIONRRS OP ELECTIONS, CHARLESTON COUN?
TY. FIRE PROOF BUILDING, OCTOBER 4TB,
1878.-Io parroABoeof Geasrai statutes, Tilla ll,
of Ele clan a, Chapter VIII, of the mann? ot con?
ducting Hoot loo* and returning votos, section i.
Hie undersigned, Com m Issionera of Ejection, har?
and do Hereby appoint the following named per?
sons as Managers of Election, for tue purpose of
conducting the Election at the a?rerai precinct:?
herein designated, at the General Election, to be
held on WEDNESDAY, the leen dar of october,
1672. All appointments aa Managers kereutfiee
made and not contained lo tm? no Ice an bert by -
revoked; and a l Polling places heretofore ratall
Uahed and not enumerated herein anj abodsned.
Elections will be held only at Ute placas aad by '
the perjons herein mentioned. All Managers
hereby appointed are req orated to qualify imme?
diately by taking and subicrlblng to the oatt of
offlou, prescribed by Section so, of Anlcit n 07
the oons?tntJoo, and nie said oath in the office of
the Clerk of Court. : :- ;
E. P. WALL, Chalrmaa,1
G. L CUNNINGHAM. ?
W. ROLLINS, i ...r.- ,
Co mmlss loners of Elect 1 on, Charleston Count j,
CITY OP CO ARLESTON. '
Ward 1-01 ty HaU-W. M. Sago, H. Siawsoa;
John Reed. ': "?'n-H>
Ward 2-Courthouse-Peter Mazy ct, E. P. far
guion, W. 8.1 eHay. ; .
WardS-Market Ball-J. A. Winthrop, !ft ht
Pltray, TL M. Bolger, t p?i ?.. >
Palmetto Eoglae-Houae, Anson street-8. A.
Watson. John H. Gregg, 0. W. MfBiotu. . : 3
United Engine Ho use. Inspection atrret flhsty. .
a.Grant,J.B.Howard,O.S.Miller. ... .
Ward 4 -Hope Englne-House, Archdale street
G. L. Pratt, Charles Simons, W. B. H. Hampton. ,
StonewaU Englns-Hooae, Georg? si rabi g. CK
Ross eil, Thomas Osborn, J. 0. Chadwick. :v '
Prudence Ecglne-Hoase, Smith street-H. J. ?.
teing, G M. Magrath, B. Bc Donnison. ' ? A.inf J
Word 6-Bigie Engine-Home, Meeting ?swak i
W.T. BirneyJamMO. naiiiptrSrl, B. A. 0?r?oo
America Street-J. M. Johnson, Abram June*. J
Ward ?-Washington Eaglne-Houso, Vaadar
horst street-J. H. Happoldt, P. n. ??amg w.
M. Whitlock. _ | . - ?
Marlon En g lne-House, Camon -street-J. E.
Wright, J. M Freeman, Jr., Charles LLaoiog. 3
Ward 7-Ashley Engine House, columbus street
-G. A.-Douglas, J.B. MtiHhlDgton, John Honi?
ton/ . . ? ?'
Ward 8-Niagara Engine-House, Sire* 8tt?t
J. M. P. Dereel, J. E. Bewers, R. L Richardson. 1
ST. JAMES GOOSE CREEK.
liz Mlle House, Stats Bond, Partih Line-J.T.
Keren, Thomas Ki g an, Moses Gadsden. *
whaiey's Ohurch-s. 0. Brown, Pani Grant, J.
Moant Bony-M. R. Tharln, Thomas. W. Plnck
ney, James M. Ward, n nldofi '
bum morville-T. B. Tighe, Marcos Haggard.
Wassamasaw-W. B. Harri on, McDurr wu?
nama, E. Green.
Hickory Bend-Nelson Joyner, LlmuiMacket,
H. W. Edwards.
cross Roads-J. H. Bilton, Simon Polite, Wada
Mount Pleasant-William Murrell. H. Torck, F.
Fifteen Mile noose-John W. Mead,' Claries
Brown, John Lawrence. . ... il
ST. JOHN'S BERKELEY. . r
Black Oak-M. N. waring, Tharaaa havana!,
KdwardMlckey. : > 1
Bigg en's Ohurcb-E. a Banca, B. Selby : Boa
ion J tesson.
Strawberry Ferry-Wm. flArleston, Exekiel
Elven, Wm. Scott. \r .
Calamus Pond-Adam Cross, T. W. BatteTHnf,.
PlneopoUs-H. H. Bawey, T. P. Raven el, -t
ST. THOMAS AND ST. DENNIS..
Brick Church-G. H. Allen, winiam Sparks, B.
New Hope Church-Stephen Allen, Hat Bald?
win, John Shoolbred.
ST. JAMES 8 ANTE E.
. . -ju
Dutart Creek-A. J. Batley, Benj. King, John
Thirty-two Mi:? House-L. , ^oClellan, Jig,
Simmons, Major Hamilton.
Plnckaey Gam or Board Church-R- T. Montrai,
Jr., Ben Broughton, Prince Wethen.
ST. STEPHEN'S. . ' "
Bonnean's-J. J. williams, Geo. Brown, Joseph
st. stephen's-B. a McMakln, Alex. Addison,
A. D. walker. : ' '
Pineville-W. M. Porcher, P. a Lesesne; Paul
Blackville-W. J. Rodgers, Wm. Smart?, Ed ward
Pipkins. i.s. ht -1 . : . .i :
ST. ANDREW'S-MAIM LAND.
dob Boase-T. H. Mlihtvw, H. c. inwood James
Wilkes-J. K. Moultrie, T. A. Johnson, R. W.
WUiiama. . ^
Lama's Farm-israel Brows, L. J. Taylor.
DUl'i Blnff-W. 0. Glover, W. W. Uwt^.Osjo.
M. King. . s ..... - r
Tue Cut Bridge-M. P. Becker, Hat. Hamilton,
William Fraser. <al_
ST. JOHN'S COLLETOH-EDISTO ISLAND.
Wright's store-G. Oolemaa, Edmond Gregorie,
\???Ohu?h--Dr.T. P. Mikell, wm, nokUag,
Virgil Brown. . . !
Calvary Church-Carl Barun, Prince. Baller
Enterprise-E. 8. Whaley, W. H. w. G ray. \
JOHN'S ISLAND. SJ. . ;
Andeli's Store-Edlngs Fripp, Enoc Holt, John
Lawton. . :: -n.-V
Campbell's Church-Thoa. GlmbalL Bobin eath?
ers, Sam Dorly.
Rushland-Sam Johnson, Wm. stevens, Boah