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Young Men's Christian Assoc. *Joa, at' half-past
Auction Sale? THl* Day.
HolmeB A Macbeth wiH sell at4 o'clock, at
tao Race Tract:, tho at am on jon oe Hooper. *
Wm. McKay will aell at io o'clock, athis store,
h?iij cotton gins.
J. A. Baslow A Co. will sell at half-pas: 10
o'clock, on Central wharf, Irian potatoes.
I Apiwrxivr.-Dr. / H. Reed, o? Anderse n,
? has been appointed a notary pnbiic by Governor
r'-?coa. ? ./-'._ -
? QOAaxNTD?K.-The restrictions imposed, by
a procicmatioa of Governor Scott, npon Teasels
. arri vii g from infected Cuban ports, hare been re?
SwiKDLkSS. - Edward Stenaon, William
Johnson and Miciiae! Howard have been arrested,
nader warran-3 issued by Trial Justice Levy, on
suspicion of swindling, and held for examination.
Rsvov IL.-Professor A. Sachtleben has re?
moved his school from the corner of King and
Hasel streets to N . 44 Beaufain street; the house
formerly owned and occupied by Dr. Philips,
JACK Paoar.-In Greenville, oh Tnesday, the :
air waa M lng, and in the morning the thermome?
ter waa near freezing potaV'During the night .
there waa a good rain.
SALK-'OP'REAL ESTATB'.-Messrs. Alonzo J.
White A Son aold a house and lot on Green street,
ta the rear of the Charleston College, on Tuesday,
r^Mm. -. j^'-hr. '
MELANCHOLY AaSDBn^LUtfB giri aboi s
alz yean old, the daoghterof Mr.ljfeurna.'fWl into
the cistern on bia preml-tfei in Philadelphia st: eet, '
yesterday a ternoon, anofWaa drowned before she
was discovered. J/'C ' ?
A NARROW EscAPE.-^-Mc-Ryais and - lira. 1
Rya?, of Greenville, were ^Ttag .down Petidie- I
.-c street ta that town, whim the horses took 1
fright, and both the riders were dashed to the i
ground. Mrs. Ryals waa^BriofW.hiirt, but ls re- 1
covering. ^."-f-. ?
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.CASES BEFORE THE JJKITEB- STATES COM- ?
MISSIONER YEST?I;DAT.-Three of tho rioters at ;
Wappetaw Charoh hive been ?rres;c? and 10med
.ver, to appear at the January term of court.
Jeffrey Snipes, who has been confined in ja Ll fer j
taree days, on the charge of. having voted twice, j
waa released on $600 bail. .' i
A BABB CHANCE FOB AXVBKTISERS. -During ]
tate pr?tent week Charleston win be crowded with ,
strangers, and very large extra editions of TUB (
News will be Issued to meet the unusual demand. ,
Mow ls the time for our merchants and holiness ,
met: te avail themselves of om* advertising fpace, \
and reap a hnndredfold advantage therefrom. A j
word to the wise, Ac.
STRANGERS In the city desiring to subscribe (
to'the beat and cheapest newspaper In the Soutar f
will cal^at otq offloe and ha?e- their names en- ,
ien^(v;Xn? Tix^yr^i'Vru?Xi.Y, or WIEKLT ;
THC DAJXT Narwa, for one year....,. $6 00
THE TBI-WEBELT NEWS, for ona year.:. i co (
Tt^j WBXSXT NEWS, for one year. 2.00 (
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PROMOTED.-We leam with great pleasure
that Mr. T. D. Gillespie, who' for four year, past j
Uas performed, with efficiently and courte* j, the
dntiea of superintendent of the Southern Empress
Company's. office in this city, hachean promoted j
,to> the offloe ot assistant superintended ot tie 1
corp pany, and will have charge of* the various rall- t
roao> rontee in Virginia, North Carolina and.south
Carotina, wita his headquarters in Charleston. . 0
THB CASE O?" CAPTAIN DAM EU. -Tte in- '
tuest in this case was resumed yesterday norn
lrg "-ArnvvOoronerLevy, and the jory, after a long
COQ3T?tai.ir?, rendered the following verdict ; .
That he came :o bia death from violence by the ~
hand or hands 01 ?me person- or perseas un- ;
known tb tile Jury, ou the South Carolina Rail- '
road, about two and a half miles rr om the City of '
Charl eaton. B. c., 00 the afternoon of the nth ot pg
October, 1870, between the hoorrrors^and 1:45. ~ S
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QUEER.-A Greenville -Bepiiblican Wi5"4nV |?
formed by a, New York firm that the) would ship 1
Bim a box of "Queers" whlch would make his for- j
tone. The. G. B. remitted $10 SQ in sd van se, and -
a nicelydovetailed box came by express- marica _
$00, OJO. D. .The 'G. R. borrowed th?\taoneyy 8
paid the espres? company $146C, and reeeiv?d the' t?
boXyWhloh contained some Bm all-pieces 3f iron,
a little larger than a man's thumb, eacfc nicely T
warped np in taney bits of paper, of n> value' r
whatever.' ? - J
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT CouRTj^Thi court a
met yesterday at il A. M., Hon. George ? Bryan'' 11
presiding. The foil >wing-cases were.disposed of: J
Ex^arte E. P. Lake, lien creditor, In ireH. &<. *
KJnhartffc. Petition to establish ilea. Ac. Ordered,
that it be referred to C. J. Jaeger, registmr, to re?
port af ter calling on creditors tc prove demands. 1
Ex parte itohorr. ?. Scott, lien creditor, in re P
the Laurens RaKroaA Company. Petition to es- D
tabUah lien. Ordered, that petitionerti? ve leave -D
to prove and establish b ls lien,' and Ole the same J
as of the 7th October, 18T0, the petitioner paying 0
the costs of th ese proceedings. _, r
Ex parte Joseph Crews, Hen Creditbr.Hn re the a
Laurees Railroad Company. Petition to establish '
lien. Ac. Same order as in the foregoing case'. ' d
Ct CBS AND STARS-Charles Clark waa fined
$6-by the Mayor yesterday morning for disorder?
ly conduct in Mr. Treuho: m's office on Onion'
Wharf. He was- also made to pay the t?3t of a
bucket which h? broke in his c;Tt ' **
P. P. Bland, ar res; ea a? attempt^ t poojtpt
picklng ta the Crab House ai the Pair Grounds,
waa released by Captain Hendricks on condition
that he should leave the city.
T. Wenmann was reported for runninga wagon
wlthoot a license, but as he did not appear, the
ease waa postponed.
A valuable certificate, several articen of cloth?
ing, and a silver watch and .chain, have, bean re?
covered by the detectives, and are 'mid at the
. Guardhouse, where they may be recovured by the
Thomas Mahoney wass>nt to jaU'hy Trial Jus
ties John G. Mackey for five days, for stealing a
bottle-of pickles-from a store at the .corner of
Boanfain and* Archd*ie streets yesterday.
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TjTr? Mtr>icAL^C,ii,t?oE.^-The ' opufing lec?
ture of the c?pese will he dejljtereu-at aie college,
in Queen street at half-past ft. o'clock OB Monday
morning next, bv thVdeah-of thefamlty. The
museum, laboratory, Ac, will be threwn open at
9 o'eie-ou A. M., for the inspection of -visitors; and
the profession and others who,may fe, ij.merested
ia such matters are cordially invited.
The Medical College' ol Sonth Canilina, before
the war,?was'-ogeof the,moat flonrtf hing in the
United States; and her graduates .m ir'be.found
ta every part of the country-many ?yt them- oe
cupying hJ?h positions as scientific teachers, or as
shining tights in the profession.Ti ie wau*, and
the social and financial revolution t sat ffif? ?blr
lowed In its train; hkveinatWiaHy 'interrupted'ite
Qf?gQ^oXtala, asor every other-Sputhern Ins'tf
tM?L^S^S^'&?i'Wf kfeP* regular
COUTS?, theprofessor^ jaar after year, being found
at their post;;'an?L no*, as t.hlags- are gradually
renaming their ante-b Jiu?; status, th ? colles'^ also
kas.a fair promise ora good claas this winter,
which promise; ?eearnestly hopei*Will be fully re
ailxed. ^ a7- ..'
Th? profea^on/an^L^th? JpnblIclenerallyVar?
cordially invited to' be present on K.'onday morn'
.tag, at the opening rectore.
BTJ8Dr?88 ?^IBWP.S&-T^l?B'VS Job Office
Ls now prepared to furnish good en velopes, with
basLaeaa cards pi ji ted thereon, at J 4 per th ons
. andi 'send yonr ordsTs. Every merchant'and
business man shouid mare his cart printed on
. THE ISSTITDTE > FAIR;
THE TO vs irA. xx sri.
BRILLIANT SUCCESS-IMMENSE THRONGS
-OUT-DOOR SPORTS-li,OOO PERSONS
PRESENT-A FOOT RACE TO-DAY. *
Early yesterday ra or ni n g the crowded street
cara and ' excited throngs harrying, alone oar
principal streets announced that the great day of
the Fair, looked forward to by all, had arrived. \
Each train, as it left the South Carolina Depot,
Was filled even to the platforms with bright races
eager for the pleasures or the day, and on Rut?
ledge avenue vehicles of all descriptions were
brought into r?quisition to convey the numerous
visitors t >the Fair Grounds. Many, anxious to
be there early, took to the dusty sidewalks, and
for some hours a continuous stream, reaching
from the terminus jf the street cars to the Fair
Grounds, poured along -through the weary sand
and hot sun. Before eleven o'clock the numbers
on the grounds were Immense, and momentarily
increasing. The hall was speedily filled to over?
flowing, and outside the press of people, animals
and vehicles, was stupendous, surpassing the ex?
pectations of the most enthusiastic supporters of
A s hon. time was spent In looking around tue
hail, and then the ladies, all anxious to secure
seats on the balcony to witness the coming tour?
nament, ascended tue stairs and crowded m to the
piazza. Every ?eat In this place, and even the
standing ro <m. was speedily taken, and by far
the greater p?rt'on were obliged to content them?
selves with ihe open field around the lists. Nume?
rous s. Lndid equipages, filled with lovely women
and h?ppy children, were driven ?ttothe field, and
afforded convenient and comfortable stands to
witness the expected rests of the knights.
A BACK RACE.
To amuse the spectators while awaiting the
tournament, entri -a were soon made for a Back
race near by, md three eager sprigs of African
descent took their places in line? enveloped from
the waist dowuwardfia kindred crocus. ?The
start was a signal for shorts of laughter, as the
three tottered clumsily along their journey around,
anlivened with repeated falls. One, more cnn nmg
thin honest, quickly got ono of bis feet through a
-onvenient hole, and, with this advantage, came
In] first. .The second, who followed hun close,
nade his way in a very characteristic manner by
continuons jumps, and the third took lt easily,
ran fairly, and was distanced. The prize, con
listing of a twenty-five cent greenback, was
awarded to the second, the first having run foal
T&K. TOURNAS! ?NT.
"?? About noon tue strains of music from the ap?
proaching band announced the coming of the
knights, and ovrr the high fence their gay ban?
nerets could be discerned in the distance as tney
marched along the road In singl? lie. Arriving
i% the gate they med lu, and making a small de*
tour In front of the building when the roll was
?lied, entered ther?eid and forniw*nat the head
>f the lists. The, bannerets wfcr? quickly planted
it' intervals along a line abaoBTweuty yards from
.he side of the, list, and ab-1 effort was made to
-ress the dense throng baoT? to this line. .
This having been partially effected, the mar tia 1
ooklng herald, elad in- a salt or dazzling scale
krmor, and moan ted upon a fine bay,announced
.he name of the knights, and at the sound of the
>ugle, the Knight of Alhambra commenced the
-assaga. The fl ra t ring was hung at a distance
>? seventy-five yards'from the starting point, and
He other two at intervals of forty yards from the
irst. The rings were about two and a half inches
fi diameter,'' but looked, considerably smaller
irhen in position. The excitement was now In?
iense, and the danger of bolting horses completely
'orgotten by the crowd as they pressed beyond
he line towards the list. The riding was full of
pace and skill, but the time allowed foipractice
io snort that the horses did not know what they
vere about, and from this canse fewer rings were
aken by many than was expected. ::
The folio wing ls the roll of-the knights, and the
ount of their rings, -taken In each passage :
2. Broken Branch'..ft
L Gil Blas..
b. Gol11 en Lance..
0. Kyfoozleum.... :
1. Red Cross..
3. White Plume.
The Knight of Kyfoozl*um was ruled, out for
lowf riding, and the'Knight of Terpsichore' wlth
IreVaftersthe first run. ":. \
Aa each ring wm taken, the successful knlghtr
ras hailed!with repeated cheers, and the excite
aent steadily increased aa the contest proceeded.
lt the end ol t he passage the judges of the tourna
DMQ Mesara. Louis McLaln, Clover Tr cn holm,
nd E. WQlla, awarded the first prize, a fine $200
lors?. to the Knight, of Kir. gs tree, and the second
irlze, a magnificent saddle, to the Knight of the
tad Cros3. ... . \,
Some time was now spent lp/ preparing
he field for the hurdle race^and- an im?
promptu hedge was arranged -with green
rush covered by a coarse cloth, a'horizon tal bur
ut.np.and ditch dog, the .three being about 20
ards apart. A wide space being cleared, the
entfstrtn horsemanship began. The knights who
ode in this contest displayed considerable ?kill,
nd elicited frequent cheers from thc densa crowd,
rho surrounded the field. But one Slight accl
ent occurred, by' the stumbling and fail lng of a
erse; but the knight who bestrode him reeelved
to hart, and was loadiy cheered for' the skill he
llsplayed in recovering himself. Five minutes.
rete allowed each knight, and at the close the
irizefor excelling in horsemanship, a splendid
et of harness, was awarded to the Knight of
lid ge way, by the Judges of^ riding, Messrs. Louis
lc Lain, Glover Trenholm and E. Willis.
CROWNING THE QUEEN OP LOVE AND EKAUTT.
The knights now assembled, and, marching to
he building, were drawn up In front of the bal
?ony, where Dr. J. Somers Bui -t, sitting upon his
<orse, made them the following address :
ADDRESS OE J. BOXERS BUIST..# \
Ladles and Gtn?emen-Str Enigma ojthaiTour?
nament-It affor..s 'me great pleasure to be ihe
medium, upon the part or the Judges, to ?x
ien? to you their congratulations upon the sue
-ess of your emernrise, and also to "present, in
f our-nam?; to the victor lu this honorable contest,
the prize the reward of successful hors-nvinslitp
in the arena-of Knight Errantry with which we
have, been regaled this- d+y. Your energy, zeal,
and graco have won for you the encomiums of ail
chis assembled thron? or love and beautv, and lt
IB with Intens? Interest that we of this rime-hon?
ored old city hay.? : watched.your progress, until
culminarme lu this triumph, we feel tim our first
effort ls but *he harbinger of greater future suc?
cess. <'aleulated'as-these ?ports are to elevate
the mind. inprove the heart, and call forth the
more obaste and exalted sentiments which ani?
mate the hnmart sour in the Juit and equitable
rivalry or'contest, weseein the tnlUatronor teem
herein o.urmidat but the recurrence'-of'ihatold,
but never dying dre which burns with perpetual
fl une upon the altar or the southern heart This
assembled thr-'he, these thousands, who have as?
sembled to-day. to pay court and lieuor to thc re?
vival of a spirit peculiar,to .our Southern, clune,
promise In the f uture 8-wldei; fi eld, a g reater suc
cess.'and a generous, widespread welcome to hon?
orable competition in the prize which orowns a
Southern Queen of Love and Beauty. . -
ii." Kino-Knight of Kinqslree-Xou. who have
won this day the right an - title to bear thar
name, by supporting the. victor's palm, to you I
present this beautiful crown and these wreaths,
in the hame of your brother knights, ? fairly
fought, fairly won ; and the rejoicing at your sno
oesssfdl welcome will Un i your- aclec; ion of one
to be the queen of love and beauty, the reigning
monarch or this vast m altitude, enshrined, as
she wi l b?, In our hearts, a- the first to bear that
distinguished honor, and feeling that she will be
?vi worthy to receive the same a? that yoa are
dis'.ina'P-ished and hoaored in presenting it.
The .KnUbt or Klngstree reeelved the crown,
and, riding fortran.!, named Miss Sallie Ruther?
ford as the Queen of Love and beauty. The cr? wd
was so dense that lt was some time befare the
knight could enter the building, where hecrowued
the queen, much to the chagrin of the crowd
without who expected a scene. The victor and
queen then entered ai open carriage and drove
rlOOOBINO MATCH. ? '
While*all this was going on near the Fair build
Mr. O. bulow ...
lng an unromantic contest attracted a good ma
practical men and all or the planters and fai
era to the field In front of the grand stand. T
was the great.ploughing match. A certain Bpi
bad been ano: ted to each plough,, the exhib?
furnishing team and ploughman, and the mal
was opened 07 the two horse ploughs. Messrs.
-E.' Adger A Co., a kerrison'Jr;, C. Gravel
and Samuel R. Marshall, ably represented th
several agencies. Among the notable ploughm
present were Mr. Brio ley and Mr. Watt. The I
ter alt rac t ed particular attention by nts entbu
asm and skilful' performance with the plough, ?
sert ea a first class premium as a ploughman, a
lt is oaly necessary for bim to take a plough'
band to bring out ita merits. The decision w
left to the judges, the appearance or the wo
done and the working or the ploughs being tat
into consideration, and they have no easy ta
before them to decide which was the beat arno;
the two-horse ploughs on trial.
. j The one horse ploughs were next put on trli
and all did splendid work, the management
experienced ploughmen doing wonders for tl
implements handled by them. The following a
some of thc ploughs entered for this trial: Tl
Monitor, Collins, Dodge, Brlnley, Watt? ai
Louisville. At the end of this, the sulky plongl
began their contest, the competition being b
tween the Collins sulky plough and one mauufa
turedby W. S. Henerey, of our city. Both we:
much admired and gave great satisfaction to tl
large number of farmers present.
,. The match was closed by a display of revoiyU
harrows, and'an English plough of curious shap
whose fine work surprised many. .
About 4 o'clock an impromptu mlle race wt
started, and, judging from the shouting ai
hurrahing, the favorite distanced his opponen
This was followed by another very excltin
match, In which Mike Hogan's "Too Soon," tl
victor of yesterday, again added to his laurels.
COKTIKDANCK OP THE FAIB.
There were yesterday at the Fair Grounds aboi
t welve thousand persons, and la consequence <
the Intense Interest, shown by the citizens an
strangers, we are authorized to announcetht
the fair will probably be continued dering Monda
and Tuesday of next week. Efforts are. bein
made to get up another.tournament for one c
those days, and all the usual amusements will b
Arrangements will be made BO that ah visitor
to the city shall have their return tickets extend
ed to embrace those days.
Amusements for To-Day.
12 o'clock-Half mile race (running) open to al
horses. Purse $60.'
12>,' o'clock-Mexican race; one mile; open t
alL Purse $5 and collection from audience.
1 o'clock-Foot race; one mlle; open to* ail
Purse $s and collection 1 rora audience.
2 o'clock-Pacing and trotting match; one mill
and repeat-best two m three; open to all pacer
and trotters Purse $50.
3 o'clock-Gander puiliug. Purse $S and collec
tion from audience.
The Mexican race ls something novel and inter
eating. A purse ls suspenied to a tree, and h<
who takes lt down and Hucces-fuli.v curries ll
through the mlle without its b ing taken away
from him by others in pursuit, will retain its con
tent's. Thc contestants in the race will all be
The Academy of Alaaic.
Little can be said in favor of the moral ot
morality of Fr ou-F rou, but in the. hands of Misa
Laura Keene, and her well-trained company, lt is
an attractive play, and brings a full house. Miss
Keene played splendidly. Ber acting ls somewhat
uneven, and she does not always-perhaps can?
not-play her best. - But last night, her whole
rendering of the character, In Ure and in pathos,
was worthy oj h'.r'established reputation. ' Mr.
Conway, Mr. Hubbard and Mr.- Kennedy did well
m their respective parts, and were deservedly ap?
To-day Miss Keene and her company appear for
the last time, and give a grand double bill, begin?
ning with "Clouds and Sunshine " and ending
with "Caste." Both plays are favorite, and dis?
play to advantage the many excellencies of Mlas
Keene's company. They should, together, be suf?
ficient ':o draw the biggest house of the season.
The ever varied entertainments of the love?
ly Chapman Bisters and tho renowned Bishop,
posses? a never falling attraction, not only
for our city folk. . but also for our country
cousins, large numbers of whom ware In the Hall
last night, and testified their appreciation of the
performances by hearty laughter and loud ap?
plause. The wretched farce of Young America
was mado not only endurable, but actu?
ally runny by Bishop's Irresistible humor,
and one laughed the louder the more
one was ashamed of having laughed at all.
Tjy Australian musicians were, as usual, a de?
cided success, and their perform anea of Dixie took
th-J house by storm. Aladdin, or The Wonderful
Scamp, vas rendered in ali that glory of fancy cos?
tume whloh ls thc chief, if not the only attraction
of the popular burlesques of to-day. The Chap?
mans shose with a brilliancy worthy of a better
cause, and, supported as thoy were by the inimi?
table Bishop and a good company, carried the
farce through to the great delight and satisfaction
of tbe audience.
There will bo a grand matinee this afternoon at
reduced prices, giving a good opportunity to the
children to enjoy an hour's amusement: To-night,
benefit of Mr. Bishop. A word to the wise, Ac.
. The German Ladle?' Fair.
The Music Hall at the Academy last night was
crowded to excess, there being upwards of one
thousand persons present during the evening.
The tables show little diminution In either the
nnmber or variety of the articles, notwithstand?
ing the large number which have been sold and
raffled. To-night the fair will close and all arti?
cles remaining will be sold at auction.
Mr. Johannes, the winner or a pair living white
mice, which were raffled one or two nights ago,
Is requested by thc committee to call and take
them away. Oue pitcher and goblets, on Mrs.
Fehrenbach's table, mentioned on Thursday as
from Mr. A. H. Hayden, was from the establish?
ment of Messrs. W. G. Whilden A Co.
The following prizes .were won last evening :
Silk sack; Mr. Syle Wlssjcblld's silk sack and hat,
Mr. G. F. Heidt; basket of fruit, Mr. T. Shelling,
crochet cover, Mrs. Reils; bead set, M. Alexander;
china toilet eet, Mr. Hugo closs; preserved
peaches, Miss Brummer; .cup and saucer,
Mr. F. J. Llllenthal; silk vest pattern, Mr.
G. Paul; fancy ornamented cake, Mr. H. Kia tte;
ladies' breakfast shawl, Miss M. VYreden; one pair
?adios' gdt gaiters, Mrs. Von Glahn; one pair toilet
mats, Mr John Lindstedt; one cherry basket, Mr.
G. R. Davis; one pair enamelled slippers, Captain
J. Small; one swan cake. Mr. John Carves; one
sliver rrnit. basket, D. P. Patterson; one table
cover, Mr. M. Boesch; . one velvet vest
pattern, Mr. J. Hnrkamp; a child's fancy
cloak, Mrs. Gcrken; cologne castor, Mrs.
Meyers; set sliver forks, L. O. Behling;
half dozen double damask table napkins, Mrs. C.
H Sberhardt; one pair worked lamp mats, Capt.
J. Smali; one box waxed fruit, Mrs. Von Glahn;
artificial flower boquet. Mr. J. N. Robson; fancy
cuu and saucer, Mr. H. M. Meyer; large sponge
cake, Mr. D. Pope; one worked table cover, Mr. J.
Tieucken; silver thimble, Mrs. A. Unlandt; a fancy
tea se', Master A. LindsteJtj ornamental pound
cake, Miss M. Lubs; pincushion, Miss Kllnek;
handsome rocking chair, Mrs. G. Riecke; fancy
cigar staud, G. Riecke; oottle of cologne, Master
C. H. Beare; ?velvet vest pattern, W. D. P. Arnau;
one $?0 bul, Jacob Knobeloch; china jewelry
stand. ?. Rosenthal; photograph of Rev. L. Mul?
ler, Miss C. Cappel ;" child's'dress, G. Logomann;
embroidered pincushion, M. Zerbst; Worsted
table cover, D. Sulltvau; large mirror, Miss C. Bull?
winkle; velvet beaded watch slipper, J. C. Oge
mann; ladies' fancy workbox, Mrs. M. von Glahri;
one embroidered cat, Miss C. Meyer; a silver tea
put, Mrs. Berkemeyer; bunch Havana clgars,B.A.
Brande; sliver goblet, Jacob Knobeloch; diamond
ring, A F- C Cramer; one pair tidies, Hiss S. Froh
n.g; ene doll baby, Jacob Knobeloch; one silver
cake basket, Master T. Stelllag; one embroidered
Mfa cushion, L> Muller; one pair French vases, H.
Lubkin; one tiny baby, E. ll. Oldenburg; silk
beaver hat, Mr. H. u. Boesch.
' SC. Peter*? Pair.
Last night, the second of the fair,- showed'' an
Improvement in th? attendance, and, of coarse,
a diminution of the articles on exhibition, 'lt ls
proposed to seep the fair open for a week, tx the
end of wTuchttae itto hoped all theartlclev wUl
be.disposed of. The.ebject of the fair is. really
laudable, and we regret to see that it ls not better |
i.?ap?rixT TO WHOLESALE AND BETAJX
LIQUOR DEALERS, RECTIFIERS ANO OTHERS.-We |
are requested by the Internal Revenue offle? rs to
say that orders have been reoeived from Washing?
ton that au parties interested in the sale of dis?
tilled spirits mast, on the lith of this month,
make a return of ali such In their possession, not
ia a bonded Warehouse, on that day. They are
required, in making their returns, to distinguish
between imported and domestic liquors; also to
B peclfy the d?n?rent kinds and quantities of each.
Every information and assistance will be cheer- j
foUy given, by the local officers of the Internal
- t ' ???.*. -
A CAST? JFJSO.Br MR. QUINN.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
I see, by* your, teano of yesterday, a card j
from Sheriff Mackey, one of the commissioners of J
elections for Charleston County, in which he al?
ludes to an affidavit made by me. i.did make an
affidavit about a conversation which took place
between myself and Mr. Butte. Now, the ques?
tion is, waa Mr. Buttz appointed a manager at the
Eight-Mile Pump? Answer-res. Did he serve j
as such? Answer-No.
On the afternoon of the day preceding the elec-1
tlon, I had a conversation with Mr. Buttz, and
the affltfavit I made Mr. Buttz never denied when |
on oath before the United States commissioner.
Now, why was it Mr. Buttz did not serve, I don't
know, but I do know, what conversation took
place between us. Just exactly what I stated in
my affidavit. Those who know both Sheriff Mac.
key and myself will, I am confident, take but a
moment to decide whether my werd is not worth
mote than his. N. A. QUTHH.
. BUSINESS NOTICEB.
SOOTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE FAIR.--The
stand occupied for the display of Duryea's Starch ;
wa<i the centre of attraction. Over 5000 packages
of these celebrated goods were given away yester?
day. The excellence of the Satin Gloss starch for
laundry purposes, and the Improved Oom Starch
for dessert and for the Invalid and children, will be
appreciated by our people. The generosity of the
Messrs. Duryea will not be forgotten by South
Carolina . .
I HAVE BEHOVED from No. 9 Broad street to
No. 04 East Bay (opposite Courier office,) where 1
will continue the stationery, Job printing 'and
blank book manufacturing business, until the 1st |
of December, when I will occupy permanently
one of Mr. Litsehgl's new stores.
noV&-2 B. K. NEUFVILLE.
FOB FORT SOMTEB.-The Pocoaln wlll'fleave
Market wharf at 12:1? to-day, and return at 2:15
DESSERT.-See advert?s ment of Aadrews ?
TH- xs will be an auction sale of fancy stock
at the Fair Grounds this afternoon.
TWENTY-FIVE head of fine Horses Just re?
ceived and for sale low at the Mills House stables.
This stock comprises saddle, buggy and carriage
Horses; also' large ones, suitable for hoisting j
work. TODD a THORNTON.
nov4-s ?. J ? ' .
DON'T PAIL to visit the Up-TownNews Depot,
and see the handsomest and most complete as?
sortment of Chromos in the South. nov2-wfro3
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, li,
$5, $6 50 and SS 50 per thousand, according to
Bize, at THE News lob Office.
MARK YOUR CLOTHING ?-Order your Stencil
Plates a: the Hasel street Bazaar. ootl*-ia
WRIT INO DESKS AND PORTFOLIOS, one dollar
Bach-Hasel street Bazaar, and No. lei King
jtroet, _ _ octH-rs
FRAMES ! FRAMES ! FRAMES !-AT REDUCED
PBIOES 1 AT REDUCED PRIORS I-For Photo?
graphs and Imperial Cards-the greatest variety
ever seen in this city-the Ladies are especially
invited to call at No. 161 King street, or at the
Hasel street Bazaar. - octl4-fs
HA VB you tried my dollar Tea, Green and \
Black? WILSON'S GROCERY. . j uns
.ACADEMY OF MUSIC SALOON.-A,Hot Lunch
every day-fronr ll to-llo'clock. rOyjaiera served in
every style, day"and night. J. P. HORBACH,
octar-lmo ?.? Proprietor.
RUSTIC GOODS. ! RUSTIC GOODS I-Side and
corner brackets, b?ok racks, wau pockets, paper
stands, match safeaj and- cictu re frame? Hascl
Street Bazaar and No. 101 King street. 1 OOHS
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! BARGAINS'! at McLoy
A Rice's, No. 270 King street, in Black Silks, trish
and French PopltnB, Empress Orot hs, Delaines, '
Flannels, Blankets, Domenic Goods'or all kinds,
Carpets, Mattings, Ac, A c. novl-6
- ...... ' ssfj&g * -
COOBVOISISR'S SEAMLESS BJB GLOVES, the
best in the world, to b chad at
? MELOHBRS A MULLER,
nojM ,,\ . No. 217 King street. 1
jyj^:K?T?NG STB?ET iTOUNDB Y
THIS ESTABLISHMENT rs Kow PURNISIIBNQ THE LM
PROVED J ?jy ' i
M ? C ART H Y . 0 ? J? O j?f OTN.
STEAM ENGINES-AND BOILHRS, '
.., - [j - .. -l.k.. r . .
" Of various sizes, on. hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Oom Maia,
Sugar Mills, Sugar Bollers: and Pans, of aO
Horse-Powers and Gin Gearing, from 6 to-IS feet
' in diameter.
Improved Lever Cordon Presse?, for Hand, Power,
Saw and Rice Mills.'
Machinery and Castings of all descriptions made
ta order. y>
Particular attention paid to House Fronts and
Castings for Buildings, Gratings, Cistern covers,
Sash Weights, Ac, Ac.
WILLIAM S; BENE REY, :
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER,
? ! S0?-3U MEETING STREET,
"CHARLESTON, S 5.
angj m wa_"'.
JgACON*S TBUNK.? ENGINES !
FOR ALL PURPOSES. COMPACT, DURABLE
^ AND * EFFICIENT.'/
BACON'S STEAM AND;BELT
For Manufacturers, Stores, Docks, Ships, Ac.
Price hst, on application!
.?.[. : . DELAMATER IRON WORKS,
Foot of West.Thirteenth street, New York. !
... augio-wsamos*'. .-- ... _\
JgBI?SSOiTB ?ALOBI0 iENGLNE, |
?Inp v.* SrrSfw.v'v."' ' <;' . -
SAFE, JECONOJnC.VX, , DURABLE
USES NO'WATER, REQUIB-BS NO ENGINEER.
M % -JQ-?4~: ? ' '
.Having made arrangement? for manufacturing
tftfeE?MHfE?n-aTr-e^ are now
prepared to furnish to all desiring a light power,
the bast and most economical Engine eves orfered
to the public/
- g DBLAMATER IRON WORK8,
Foot of West Thirteenth street, New York.
Branch Offlce-JAS. A. ROBINSON,
angio-wssmos* No. 180 Broadway.
CH ,vB A P. D, B "T . G -? -?"'?D i >
. tu .'? JW . .- J*- . ^?r-O: >.?. .- - .j***.: 4 i?-?* j????-?.tti??> <- a*? -?? .
?os." 987 and }?if&&SSS^i ? "
One castfiDRESS GOODS at*l2)? eeats
Ons case Plain Poplins at 25 cents
Two cases Plain and Figured Poplins at so, ss, 40 and so cents ?
' 4-4 Ottoman Cloth, all colors, at $1 per yard
Plgnred Ottoman Cloths at 86 canta . ',. -m :
Superior Slik ?nd Wot? Pop?^ at $1 and $160 per yard
Bmpreas Cloths at 65 cents to $1 '
French Merinoes at 86 cents to $135 .as
Pl J in Wool Delaln ae, an colors. .....
* .?'>. '"ti ; . ' ..' " C '"?.-... . . .... *.*. k-rt-i i: . .
-?? -tia' . . - , jjr: v^^-^/^^ti^^^^^'
T> O MES TIC OO O" I> ?.
One case, Fast Colors, PEINTS at io cents
Two caaes, best mare, Prints at IZH cent? s
One case ?omestle Gingham at 13tf and 16 cents
3-4, 7-3 and 4-4 Brown Shlrting
3-i, T-3 and 4-4 Longcloth at 8 to 2? cents f
10 and 11-4 Bleached and Brown Sheetinga.
,wt?rO? i ; ,-. V M.. -. J: <..--> .(
A L S'O, A COMF1, ETE ASSORTMENT OF
BLANKETS. In White sad Colored
* White, Red and Bine Flannels
Opera Flannels, ail colors
Hosiery, Gloves, Lace Goods, Aa., 4c.
All of which will be sold at the lowest prices, at j >
. r- -. .- . . ; ^ . I J(, (?li ott ** J
STOLL, WEBB &WCO.,
sep26 ' : NO. SST and 280 KINO STREET.
?eruego Blare I)
pUBE OSWEGO j_S TA BC H .
T. KINGSFORD & 8QN, MANUFACTURERS.
THIS STARCH has established greater celebrity than any other ever obtained, and ha vin? re?
cently doubled the capacity of their works, they will now be able to meet the demand. Their works
are the largest pf the kind m the world, the prod action being over twenty tons each day.
The great desideratum ia tho Starch, and that which is exceedingly difficult to secure, la unifierai
good quality. NONE OF INFERIOR GRADES IS EVER WANTED BY THE CONSUMER; and overy
Grocer ls aware of the annoyance caused by even a slight variation in the quality. None below toa
Btandard la ever allowed to go out of the factory, abd not a box has over been returned to them aa
defective. IT WILL KEEP PERFECFLY SWEET POR TEARS IN ANY CLIMATE.
.V Mr. KINGSFORD has been engaged In the manufacture of Starch ror THIRTY-NINE TEARS, and
is the Inventor of the process of making CORN STARCH.
The subscribers are sole Agents for Messrs. T. KINGSFORD A SON'S STARCH, and are prepared to
l urnlsh the wholesale and retail trade at MANUFACTURER'S PRISES.
octl2-2mos JEtElNTtXY GERDTS ?fe CO., Agenta.
TTNICEEBBOGKER MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, ; . .
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
0 . ESTABLISHED mi.
ERASTUS LYMAN, President. GEORGE F. SNTFFEN, Secretary. .
INCOME FOR 1840.$5,041,024
Securely Invested under stringent Life Insurance Law of New York.
This Company has deposited $60.000 in State Bonds with Comptroller-Genera. ?M south roilna,
as addiction al security to Local Policy holders.
ordinary Life, Non-Forfeiture and Endowment Polic?as issued oh every plan. Premiums payable
annually, semi-annually and quarterly.
Rates of Premium are as low as any Company can offer and do a safe business. No extra charge
for Southern residence.
_Cash and Reversionary Dividends proportioned on Contribution plan declared annually, and may
oe used to reduce Premiums for ensuing year, or to increase amount assured.
A Loan of 33 H per cent, on amount of pre ml urns allowed if desired. No restrictions on travel in
any portion of the United States or Europe. Losses promptly paid. <s
' WM. S. HASTIE Sc, SON, General Agents for the Carolinas,1 -.
sepi-6 samoa No. 43 BROAD STREET, Charleston, S. C.
jgO?TH CAROLINA BAILBOAD.
During the continuance or the Sooth Carolina
Institute Fair, Trains win leave the Passenger
Depot, Line street, every hour for the Fair
Grounds, commencing TUESDAY, November 1.
LEAVTNO LiN?SraszT . LE AVINO PATH
? - , DXPOT: G BOUNDS:
0 o'clock. . 9:30 o'clo.-fc.
* ? 10 o'clock. 10:80 o'clock.
11 o'clock. ii:3o o'clock.
12 o'clock. 12:80 o'clock.
1 o'clock. lao o'clock. . a
2 O'Clock. 2:30 o'clock.
S o'clock. ' 3:30 o'clock. ,
4 O'ClOOk. 4:80 o'clock.
5 o'clock. 5:30 o'clock.
Tickets will be on sale at Charleston fl ote L.
Hills House, Hoimca'a Book Store and Passenger
Depot, Line street.
No one will be allowed to get on board train
without a Ticket. Price of TICKETS TWENTY
CENTS to go and return. - Good only for the day
on which they are purchased.
noTl-j _a B. PIOKENS, G. T. Agent.
SAVANNAS AND CHARLESTON RAIL
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road run dally as
follows: . .
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Savannah..8.00 P. H.
Leave Savannah.11.15 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston. .5.20 p. M.
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic A Gulf
Railroad for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and all
points in Florida.
Wltu central Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile, New Orleans and the West.
With Steamboats for points on the Savannah
At Charleston with the Northeastern and South
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all points
North and West. -*. .
Through Tickets over this line on sale at Hotels
in Charleston; Sc roven House, Savannah; and all
principal Ticket offices North and South.
Freights forwarded dally to and from Savan?
nah and all pointa beyond.
Through Billa of Lading isiiued to Jacksonville,
Palatka, AC " . .
Tariff as low as by any. other line. . ,
. G. S. GADSDEN,
octe _Engineer and Superintendent.
NORTHEASTERN RA IT ?ROAD.
Trams leave Charleston dally at 9.30 A. M..
(Sundays excepted,) and 0.36 P. M
Arrive at Charleston 7.80 A. M., (Mondays es.
cepted,) and 5 P. M
Train leaving at 9:30 A. M. makes through con?
nection to New .York via Richmond and Aqulu
Creek only-going through in 42 hours, and with
out detention on sunday.
Train leaving at 6:30 P. M, have choloe of route
via Richmond and-Washington, or Bay route via
Portsmouth and Baltimore.' Passengers leaving
Friday by this tram lay over on Sunday tn Balti?
more ; those leaving on Saturday remain Sunday
in Wilmington, N. G.
This is toe cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to Cincinnati, Chicago and other point?
Weet and Northwest, both trains making close
connections at Washington with Western trains ol
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
S. 8. SOLOMONS.
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CHE ATOE, General Ticket Agent.
NICELY AND SUBSTANTIALLY DONE
1.' .:.v. . ' . \ i .
L. L?N8F0ED, No. 27 Queen Street
I wish to inform my friends and tho public gen
erallythat the Hospital for SICE, FURNITURE 1*
still at No. 27 Queen street, where ail ure-diaetioes
that Furniture ls heir to will be cured speedup '
and on the most reasonable terms as usual. ... 1
send In, therefore, all your sick and wounded
patients, and 1 will heal them and make glad tnt
the hearts of all those who favor me with patren
age m this line.
I would respectfully beg leave to call yeur at
tention to the fact that l am selling the best Sew
ing Machines to be found In the mutet, a ll?om
piete, for only $17. call and examine roryaar
selves, and read the testimonials m favor oil the
improved Common Sense Eamlly Sewing Ka?
chln Sj and then I am sure you will take one houir
with you. - . J. L. LUNSFOKJV '
No. 27 Queen street, near Gainer House
Boots, 5l)oes, &t.
O'NEILL <fc SONS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
. . . tw.-- < f: " . - ?"?
- : . -av . -; ..
No. 3? KAYNE STREET,
CHARLESTON', S. C.
E W FASHION
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, AND FURNISHING
. GOODS, Ac. ' .
MENKE A MULLER,.
MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 325 KING STREET,
? Have jost opened the largest and finest etook of
Clothing ever offered in this city for MEN,
YOUTHS AND BO Y ft, comprising a full assort?
ment of DKESS and BUSINESS SUITS, Derby
Suits, Walk mir coats, Overcoats, Pea Jackets, Ac
The larg.-st ortlon is of Imported goods, and
manufactured into garments by ourselves-vre
can therefore recommend them aa regarda fit,
w lar and workmanship. ? I
Oar TAILORING DEPARTMENT ls supplied with
the finest selection, of English, French, German
and Domestic OlotluVDoeaSius, Beavers,'Tricots;
Meltons, Ve vetihe, Diagonals, Cheviots, Cordu?
roy. Cashmeres, Ac; ?ind a large variety or mod?
ern Pants and Vest l^tterne^wblch we make un
to order, by meas are; in the latest aryle. --The
foreman hi this department of oar business has
no equal la the artistic world for cutting and pro?
ducing an elegant flt. : - -
FURNISHING GOODS.-This department is sup?
plied with tho Celebrated *?* Shins, Englisb,
French and Domestic Undershirts and Drawers,
Alexandre and Oonvolfwler'wKlds, Buckskin. Oas
slmere, S.Ik and lhread Cloves, Linen and Paper
Collars, Neck Ties. Rows, .-caris, Pocket Handker?
chiefs, Socks, Umbrellas. Ac.
Our stock has been selected with great care,
and prices marked very low tn plain figures.
Buyers m our hue will find lt to their advan?
tage to call In and see for themselves before pur?
chasing elsewhere. novl-tuths2mo3 -
L .' -J. ?J R S , . - .
M E R C H. A N T T A.I LOB,
Having Just received a new and complete
stock of CLOTHS, Casalmeres, Vest Patterns and
Furnishing Goods, ls prepared to make to order
Gentlemen's Clothes In the latest styles and from
the best materials.
Particular attention is requested to the follow-,
tag specialties : ?
FINE BROADCLOTHS, FANCY CASSIMEBSS,
SfLK VEST PATTERNS.
Call and examine for yourself a: No. 147 King
street. " ootia
ifanrp; ?ooos. &t.
QTERLTNG SILVER .FORKS AND
. SPOONS, -:' ?j
BY THE OUNCE OB DOZEN.
Sent to .any part of the country par Express
0. aD.. ? . su .vaJktS vb* !
Photographs of d?Hereat patterns sent ' by mall
I on application. .... ??r?v ?
Our .faculties for' manufacturing ..enable us to !
glveaelectlomv Iroml the. Jargest jaxletj of pat
terns and at the Io west-prl ce;-: No. extra charge
forjengravlng. f-' > * ?
?^>-W m^B9 BALL, BLACK A CO., f ' !
666 and 607 Broadway.
JulylWyr New Tork
- ^ Bfk?.>i, B?K A CO.
THIS DAY, - ?tn?testant, sar Miflpft if
o'clock, ? wai ne soldo* Central Wakrf.... . ?
TX A li B< ?^P*T GIN? .
8 Hand Cotton 008, at the ioirpTtwof fat*
$25. <*-u-?r~.-+}}i ?? mn
jpKEMITJM STOCK AT'THE fil?
WiU De sold, .THI^^FTB^
Ttioroaghbred Stanton- JOKCE- HOOPER..
One SOW, n am ed Beauty, taking -the first pre?
mia rn; and a lot or flue Chester ana Bertunurt
Terna cash., g ,^ < ^.->- >?.: . . nor5
.' Auctioneer*. ** "*
nriH?KOCGHBRET): STALLION J?NOE *
A ' -ams* "*K HOOPER. ? *^?r f -
Will ti sold at the Pair Grounds; THT8T>A Y,
5th November, at' 4 o'clock, tn front o? tl? stock
C That well-known stallion,' JONCE HOOPBB
Terms cash.' <?r'-"rH*?t*? v ? w?*rjf*>#;
N. B. Qsoom's Bridle, Biaate ts, Sommer Sheets,
Nets, ?Mncluded. .. . , . ..nov?
ESTATE OF MB? 8USAK a NEWTON,
Residence No. M Cannon street, and three
BWldlng-LotB on Spring. " J ' ^ T
Will be sold at auction on TUESDAY, 8th ina t.,
s c the old Boat Offlee, afcjl- o'clock, y
That. desirable tro-, itory . wooden. DWELL-'
INO, on" bncr iasen^^wiC'nli?k .lah?
known as No. 91 (north side) . Oannoja
street. House contains six square rooms,
pantry, Ac: stable, en lot.. Measuring 100 feet
front on Cannon by iso reet in depth, more or lesa.
Also, three lots in rear of the above, fronting os
Spring, measuring '33 feet each by iso in -depth,
more or less. -?f>*
Terms-Half cash, with balance in OM year with
interest, secured by bond and aortigager* Pur?
chaser to pay ns Tor p?p9T ?M'?tua?fir *
noTS-amtni '.' . *?
Vj JT. FEARER' ?Al^E^ES, t ^
Heal K ?tat? Broker, No. 56 |Siv?d Street.
A T-PRIT AT E SALK?
A PHOSPHATE LASOS of best quality and
locations. .J.HV - .
Bice and Cotton.Plantations in all parts ot the
State.*'. ?. <w ?-- . b . iu .'
City Residences, Stores, . Boildlng Lots and'
Farnw. ' . ..".-> ? g? <xM*-Qm
^ /^ji ^ ^j ..^ffij* ' . ,;>jr?; ??ffif
THE FATE OF THE- SOUTH" 'CAROL ISA INSTI?
TUTE will be Tieldirr the spaciousnm^djpg erected
on the Washington Race Course, -comm racing oa.
ruBSDAT, November 1, and continuing during tte
week. 'The officers and Members hope that an at?
tract l ve exhibition will be made, comprising,; be?
sides the usual articles of Machinery,'Agrien]taral
implements. Mechanical Articles, Ac, Ac, ali o
Sattle,. Horses, Poultry, Ac ; Matches at Trotting
ind Runntag-wlll probably be made, to exhibit the
mantles of the horses exh ibited.
The hours of exhibition will be from 8 A. M.' 'io
(P.M., dally. The prices of admission are ru*
follows, Viz.: r ~ -." . ' J . ..
Adults...: .A:h..i.M'..'. ;.......?-. 25 cents.
Children^ ..>,....,?......,. ia.. ??>.v -,~;is.~. %
Season Tickets.. .....I dollar.
Vehicles drawn by one Horse............ JM.eena.
Vehicles drawn by tir? Hoi -ses: -... ?M.... .1 dollar.
The riders and persons ti the vehicles win offre
ijulred to pay as other visitors to iwjflj?*^ "
Tickets ad mit ting to the .Piaxsaupontheioof
of the building, 2S cen ta, Pass tickita will not be
Issued.' . ? -y >.<.? ? '-! )'
Persons desirous of becomirig Lire Membcrsinsy
b?eom? so by appucatton to the Secretaflr
Lite Member's Jlcket ls lio. . ..- , , '?. /
Tickets can be procured at the atore* or
W. G. Wunden A Cc ; John Rissen ; and Holmes'
Book Store; and also at the'girtes- ' ' |*;/ '
The South Cwollna Railroad will run excusi?n
cara, h o uriy, t o' t he Fair gm un d, . ?? wm ap pear.' by
its advertisement. " ^ - .' ?-'"?'
A Band of Music will be constant^ uithe ?tifa,
tog/ ' M - : ?4%i?Ml)T^1tt???n^P^
.octsi-e , , .....^, ...Mtxmm.
?CTES .. av* ? ? ^
GERMAN' L A D I E s* io ? I'B rr,
- r I AT THE u
CONCERT ROOMS OP THE ACADEMY OF MUSIO,
OoinZQ9DClllg ? + ?
MONDAY jWENZm^JO^^^i. '
'... And ending rr., \
SATUJSD?t EVENING, November 5tA,.
UNDEH THE GENE EO US PATRONAGE OP TH a
FOLLOWING GBNTLiMW :
Gen. J. A WAGENER, J.^nCKlN,
Gen. JAMES SIMONS, JAMES SIMONS, JJL,
Capt. J. SMALL, RUDOLPH SiEGLTNG,
Capt. H. GERDTS, W, LAIDIirT
Capt. S. LORD, JR., ' i. H. MUR.,
Ciipt A. ME LL'HE RS . J. H. DETE
Capt. D. WERNER, J. F. O'NEILL,
Capt. F.W?WAOENER, ColonelT. YTSIMONS,
Capt. THEu. CORDES, DrrO: F. PANKNIN, ,
Capt. A.STEMMEKMAN, Dr. H. BAER.
Capt. J. H. ALBERS. ? . Dr. A W. ECKEL, '
0.0. WITTS, . -' " J. H. STEII?MEYBR, 1
JOHN KL ENC E, -, H. LKIDINO,
JOHN H CR RAMP, - '! 0. CLACTU8, . ' .
B. BOliLMA'NN; * 8 WTTVSf .'?
H. BISCHOFF, C. D. AHRENS,
J. D. GEDDINGS, P. ?. CO OG AN,
H. STENBER;' JByHASTEBT,
JOHN 0AMP3EN, A. TIEFENTHAL,
0. WIETERS, - .CH-'BEHRE;
A. BISCHOFF, . . C. H..RLENOKS,
CF. STRECKFUSS, . .0. LILiENTHAL, "
H.KLATTE, 0. AMME, ' .;? -
1. M. OSTENDORFE,. J. KNOBBIAOOH.
E. H. STELLING, . i ? EL BULW1NKLE, Sr.,
0. WULBURN, :. .. O.P. BBAHjy : u *
F, D. 0. KRACKE,, , N. F. DEYEEBTJ3L
J. GRAVES, . .... JAMES M^EASON,
A. F. STELLING, aw? IfeCNpMi^p.'V h>
Cap L F. W. DAWSON, ?. G. S. HACKER, ? F
Dr. W. G. TROTT, " Da. W. C. HORLBSGC; .
Capt. F. MELCSLRS, Capt P. T?CKLENBHRO.
Billets of Invitation (SO cents each) may also be
had at- . . . ' ' ' "
F. VON SANTE N, Esq., No. 229 King street. .
WM. UPFERHARDT, Esq., corner King and Mar?
ket streets. t
Messrs. MEL0HERS 4 MULLER, No. 216 King
srreet. .? ' r v .:
Mr. W". A MERTENS, NO. l^.Kmg stteeC.^ ;?
GEO H. LINDSTEDT, Esq., oo.mer King ana
Calhoun stree ta. -
WM. SEMKEN, Esq;, comer Xing- ?nd .Spring
Btreeta.^ .. . ? .s-i/
J. HEESEMAN A BRO., No. 3"Jl King" stree ta. '
D.. A. AMME, Esq,, corner. Meeting and Market
streets. -. . *
F.. F. TORCKi Esq., corner Queen street and
N. FE UREN BACH, Esq, No. a Broad street.
The ladies have entrusted $be arrangements te
the following gentlemen:
SBNIOB COMSTTTEE: . ? --**
C. VOIGT, ' - O. LOO* MAN, <& >
J. H. KALB. E. G. SCHl.EPEORELL,
F. WE H MANN, F. V' N SATEN, . S - ?
W. UFFERHARDT, - - W. S FMK EN,
J. C. H. CLAUSSEN, ' J. HAESLOCP,
J. HEESEMANN, r D. A AMME, ^ -,
J. P. MERKHARDT, 0. H. LTNDSTOOT,. ,
J.RFILS, ., & ?. PPCK?LVBER, \
F. J.L11JENTHAL, N. FEBRENBACH,
F. H. PL0EGER, 8.1 H. FISHER. . [,
J CN ios o?imrrTBB.
L. MULLER. W. STENDER.
J. KLATTE, W. MICHAELIS,
L.MO?UJBRv.i'- '- U-.A. KRA-BMBR, "
F. G. GERARD^ - , . < j R. HE1S8ER, -.(-.?
.j,F.LlL?ENT?iL. - J. BO^?f|r .
J. H. M- OSTENDORFF, ? U. 9S?tf*i " M
coMiHTfEB von HALL.
Messrs. OBUSSEN,.UF^ttHARDT-and. TOM
SANTHN; M j^gjfgffc ifOBip. J . ?'v.:. : ;
Mesara, WALTJEN, KLATTH and MUELLKB?
Doors open.at Oo^ctoj? P.M.v^Soiree ci?eaak
U o'ctock Vj^vi gggPgig
.-. .-. " '? Maa. K. WEH MANN,-Sec!
, Maa J. H. BOHSCH, Treasurer.