From the May 24, 1915, Indianapolis Star.
Nicknames, for both individuals and teams, were better a century ago. I give you what I believe to be the finest team name in the history of baseball: the Terre Haute Champagne Velvets.
Nothing of particular interest here with respect to Charleston. But do note how box scores were done then: At-Bats, Hits, Outs (as in putouts), Assists, and Errors. It makes sense that in the deadball era, and in an era where fielding was much less reliable, there was a greater focus on defensive performance.