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?which ia about, twice aa huge as that of any
other paper published in South Carolina, is the
osst advertising medium for all business men.
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to rent; who want or who ofter board and lodg?
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and warehouses wanted or to let, and miscella?
neous wanes of all kinds.
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NEWS ornoo by 9 P. M.
rt wage ot snernaouieter at ttie Mews
Thursday ...| 73 [78 j 79 1 77
?eatings Tails Day.
Horns Loan and Building Association, at
half-past 7 P. M.
Hampton Rifle Club, at balf-paat 8 P. H.
M. A. and P. A., at half past 8 P. M.
* Aaetlon Sale? Thia Day.
Karex, DALT & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, at ]
their atore, clothing* and babs.
MILIS UKASE will sell at 10 o'clock, at bis
?tors, boots, shbestrrd hats,
* y VTZUSAJC MOKAT will seil at 10 o'clock, at bis
store, carpets, furniture, ?tc.
?Tex DAILY NEWB PRICE Cuaxxxr AHD OOJC
KBSCTAL CJBOULAS will be reedy for delivery at
our counting-room at nins o'clock this morn?
ing. Single copies five cents. Orden for ten
copies and over will be filled at the rate of two
2nd a bah* cents per copy.
A Womat TO ME BOH Airrs.-If you want job
printing done at very cheap rates, call at THE
Narwa JOB Ornas. Business cards 83 and op
wards per thousand.
TEAT HAT.-Bumor bath it that an energetic
- ouMoor express derk, who indulges in an
Oriental tile, was recently pursued for two
sq ares by an enthusiastic countryman, who
mistook him far Xoopmanschaap, and wanted
to inaugurate a small coolie trade.
Msw Eouos trios,-A a blumont of 1300
bushels of new crop of Carolina rough rice
was received here on Wednesday evening from
Ute plantation of T. B. Biasell, Esq., on Com
bahee. It waa consigned to Messrs. W. C. '
Bee ? Co.
DELBOATKS TO THE PoatoLoaio AL CONVENTION.
General Ha good, president of the State Agri?
cultural and Mechanical Society, bas appointed
the foUowinz delegates to represent this so
Oioty in tbe Pomologtoal Convention, to meet
in Philadelphia on the 15th : Dr. A. P. Wylie,
of Okies ter; H. W. Rarene), of Aiken; and B.
O. Preesley, of C bari eaton.
V COLUMBIA ITEMS.-Mr. W. E. Bose the
well known hotel proprietor ef Yorkvill., has
pnrohased Hunt's Hotel, in Colombia, and is
preparing to open it m bande?me style in No?
W. D. Corn will, M. D., has been appointed
by Governor Scott, assistant physician at the
Lanaiio Asylum, vies Or. J. J. MoCants, re?
An tcoident occurred at the new State House
on Wednesday ?A?*. Wm. E. Sestford, a plas?
terer, fall from the second story of the build?
ing to the first floor, a distance of some th ii ty
feet, and was picked up io scorn bio. No bones
were broken, but serious internal bj aries are
feared. ? _. -.
.OaoMB3.-The defeat of the Police biU is
still a subject of conversation among tho Ra?
dicale, soma of whoa assert that it was de?
feated by the oo?cced Aldermen, who believed
that it would not only ?Babia tba Mayor to
put T>emocrata ou the torce, but also ?ve him
tba opportunity (wnat, rt malteged. be desires
to do) ef dttvharfrng tbe colored pelioemen.
Offloers Lovett and Tmall on Wednesday
pounced upon Poser Bestow Aaron Allston
and Jenn Nelson, wnp wara gambling. Before
tba Mayor, yesterday, it vas proven that
Aaron sad John wore engaged in fleecing Peter.
. They were fined 86 each, and Peter ISL
AJexaader Bobineon was fined $10 by Ute
Mayor yesterday for inspecting naval stores
without a lioeoee. We-learn that djs lera in
, naval s tores nave peti i mod Conuo:l to appoint
Sar. Boonmoo- nwo tutor of narai stores.
lafayette Woo f, a'iai Li <o, wis on a ram
paga yesterday, dmoLinoing -he City OouneiL
Tue fines impoeeQ bv the Msyor yesterday
am mal od oo % ?.
Tb? soldier wio rou* ht 'bopotico and kicked
bis obi bea off, was fined $51 by th o Mayor yes
. ' Kirgaret Ano Smith and S ira h Burne, who
aided tho so dior in biara i .taooe to the polios,
wjre sent to i be Jai' lor iwenty dayl each.
ina negro boy wno ssas arreatad a abort tim?
sicco upon tbe charge of stealing a watch from
Hrs. Kingsman, baa sued bar for false impris?
onment, lavis* few? damages at $99 The ease
Will be beard before Magistrate Mackey to-day.
Tba pump near tba Market. Ball needs ?sten-,
B. R E liott, cootel assistant adjutant
Seneral nf tn? Srate; N. J. Wnioper, colored,
Co l.-fier bf Ute law <; J. I. Wright, oolored,
BtatO senator; A. J. Rumor, oolored, county
auditor, B. C. Dabarge. co ored State repre
eentatir* sod* Aklertntn Barrow, propose to
. r$a fccAjoogrossaaaa Bowen's placa.
"'Wareo vj?ie?? wt DOTO ta the bathing
bouse on toe b ttery yeaterdav, ta seise some.
pt out ly under a warran \ The occupants
made s display of rapanea, and the ofBoers eon
ohaaad a? peat BS aa assen tan of tba ?Narrant. '
Bu?ir^>wr*ir8>w?Bd?J at the customhouse i
yutferday, a* * aaark of rte peet to tba late
WaBaBAs^p^ut^Waa^^aA?' waa buried in Wash
ingtxi yesterday. . ?.
THE ASHLEY KIF BU PHOSPHATE
A Projected Canal ta the Lattas Firming
"the Achter ?irrr-Vrsr six Million Dol?
lars' u'oriu of r*nosrpB?tes Walting Its
Completion to bo Brought, to Chtn-Iea
LOCATION OF TBS ?KB3.
For some time past the attention of commer?
cial mea bas boan tamed to the larg ?J deposits
of phoepbatic rook la tho vicinity of the Ave
lakes, abont twenty-seven miles from the city,
which form the head waters of the Ashley
Biver. The area covered by these deposits ls
from six to seven hundred aerea of land, owned
by Captain F. C. BohottB and others.
The average tbiakn?sa ofihaatraicm ia from
eiRhtecn inches to two feet. An elimination
proved the ey istence of tho deposits tn ten or
twelve pla?ai already excavated. Tho forma?
tion appeau to bo conttnuona from these ex
ca va tiona towards tho laxes, and ?noxOMlag In
thickness as the lakos are approaohed. Exoa
vations ?re now being; made to traoe the direo
tion and ascertain the absolute quantity that
can be obtained in thia locality. These de?
posits are removed fire miles from the railroad
and five milej above tho navigation of the
Ashley Biver. In consequence of the heavy
expense of transportation and the repeated
handling; which would be required, overland
transportation cannot be resorted to. Hence
the idea of a survey to ascortain the feasibility
of water communication by means of a navi?
Mr. L. J. Barbot, oivil engineer, in company
with Mr. Archibald (Jetty, abont ten days ago
visiitod the locality, and made a superficial
examination, which led him to make a regular
survey of the hue in order to determine
whether or not a canal oonld be made which
would permit of these mines being worked
and the rook brough t to a market at a remune?
rative price. The survey was oommenoed on
the first of this month, and fioishod on the
fourth. It convinced bim that the work was
feasible, and would provo a source of profit to
a'l who would engage in it.
The bead of navigation is at Bacon's Bril ?jo,
about twmty miles from tho city, where there
is always about five feet water? Tho tidal back
water extends four m?es above thia bridge,
within half a mile of gian's Bridge. The plan
proposed by Mr. B. provides that a canal fifty
feet wide and three feet dean be mads to these
lakes, a distan?a of two miles and a quarter.
The upper and largest of the lakes will be
used as a regor .our to supply the reach of the
cana). The lower terminus of the canal, which
is a half a mile below Sian's briJgo, will bs
provided with a desoending look two hundred
feet long aod sixty feet wide. Thia will carry
the boa ? into an excavation known as the
Oliphant canal, whiob was exoavatod many
years ago to shorten the transit ar land a bend
of the river. This excavation is a mile and a
quarter long, and will only req lire a little
dredging to brina: it into ose.
The lake, or reservoir, is nearly a milo long,
and about four hundred feet wide and ten to
twelve feet deep, thereby allowing accommo?
dation for nearly a hundrei fitts.
Of thia improvement in estimated at 13865 75,
divided as follows: The excavation, four thous?
and four hundred and fifty-nine yards), at twon
ty-fiveoenta a yard, ?1114 75; tidal gates and
descending; locks 81000; grubbing Add dredg?
ing 8500; four fkt-boata for canal navigation,
capable of carrying from fifty to one hundred
tons of phosphate, 8780.
It le estimated that in the immediate section
of country which this canal will tap there are,
^suming the avenga thickness of the whole
area of the stratum to be only twelve inches,
rolly ono mUuon tona of phosphate rook. Thu
rook ael?s ia IL is mar'cet ?t six dollars and a
half per ton, making th* value of the yield, of
this section, over six million dollars. This es?
timate is only confined to one locality of six or
seven hundred acres; but thoto are muoh lar?
ger tracts adjoining whiott aro said to contain
strata of equal thicknefs. I '
Besidea this phosphatio rook, there are other
reeo iroes which cao be brou?h t to market, and
add materially to the trade of the city. We
mention among* these the large quantity of
clayey loam used for making compressed
b-icka, similar to- ?bose formed pf eba Bavauel
cement; then the extensiva beds of coarse
gravel which ia muoh aooght after a-id prized
as a building material, for * road oovortngs,
walks, ftc. Thoogboat the whole of this sea
tiou are to be found large nambera of cy pi ess,
ash, white and red oak, poplar, cedar, walnut.
Uve oak tupelo, maple sud pine tree*, all of
whioh can be transported to this market, at a
coat which will scarojly exceed that of fe Iii og
tba trees. Ail of these prodno's caa be
broughton the flats from the lakes to the
wharves, requiring bot the first handling.
It ia understood that the parties immediate?
ly interested ia the ooostraotion of this oana!
desire to form a company to work the m nea
and develop*) the resources of the eeo tiou ol
country tapped .by it. Oar oitiaeas should
taire hold of the matter and oi<anise a com?
pany at oooe. The outlay of capital required
is very sm ill. while the results will not only
enrich the stockholders, but will necessarily
add greatly to the oemmeroe and prosperity of
the eitj. The attention of Northern oapitaUete
has already peen turned to this matter, and un?
less oar people embrace the opportunity of
leamrtgantheerierpri-e, H will ?hp through
their fingers Into tho hand* of Northern capi?
talista. .? _
THAT Moaxi. UBOBO MAOIBTBATB.-Yester?
day toe cooetabio'j of the negro magistrate
Lojgau were arrested and arraigned before
Magistrate R>aapaax, to answer the charge of
mas? hnprieoomeut. The bearing of the oase
waa post,?oned rm til Tuesday next. Tho names
of the ooustabies are: Joseph Ball, Adam
Pr-.zier, Agrippa (lade-don and Maroh Lacas,
all colored. _
THC, PBOTBBTT. OF A DECEASED CHAULBSTONIAN
CLADXBO BX A W. Af AN WHO AUJVQKS TH A r SHS
IS His WIDOW.-Mr. T. W. Bradley died last
-sommer m Columbus, Goorgia. waste ho kept
the Exobango ttosraoraut. He hailed from
this city and has rolatives hero. Mr. Jobn
Johnson, savs the Columbas San, was appoint?
ed temporary administrator (no will having
been made) of toe rotate. vaJuod at nome 8800t).
Yesterday morning he applied for letters of ad?
ministra; ion to 'bo court of or di nan-, tho usual
legal Botioe na via sr beeo given. Throagh her
attorneys. General H. L. Benning and G. B.
Thomas, Eaq , a woman named in tho docu?
menta as Mrs. Emma Bradley, but better
known aa Mrs. Emma Tomlinson, entered
awarest, claiming that sba ia tips widow
Of said Bradley, having been legally rnarried
to him; and that as he died childless, she ia en?
titled obis estate and to the administration
thereof. * Mr... Johnson said, that ha was sur?
prised and asked that the hearing be post?
poned.until the next term of tho court, tobe
held ou ?io first nanuav ls Ooiober. No ob?
jection being made, asoeot was granted. About
thirty witnesses ma.a and feraaie, had been
summoned and. assena bled, among them Rev.
J. B. Evans, pastor of St. Luke's (Methodist)
Church, bat no endeuoe was o?ared. We
know oat little of the raerits of the ease. The
ordinary ?he u* that truro is no record of a
Kcense having been gran'ed at this office; bot
good authority stat*? that this ia notrrrflepsu
saaUe to a kgaJL saarriagc, ,_
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THB NEWS JOB OF?
FICE is now prepared to furnish good envelopes
with nosiness eards printei tberecn, at Si per
thousand. Send your orders. Bvery mer?
chant and business man should have his oard
printed on his envelopes.
PBBJUBV.-Mollie Blewett yesterday prefer?
red chargea of perjury against Anna Morgan
and Susan Stephenson. As they could not give
sacority. Magistrate Morrison sent them to
jail. 8ns in had charmed Mollie with attempt?
ing to set fire to her honse. Anna swore to
il. The oharge was not sustained and Mollie
waa discharged. Susan then said she had put
the toroh under her own boase, just to get up
the oharge against Mollie.
SBOBET SESSION OF COUNCIL.- At lix o'clock,
yesterday afternoon, the Mayor and Aldermen
assembled in the office of the Clerk of Council,
and remained in session until nine o'clock.
What was done is not known. Preparing work
for the extra meeting- of Council, on Tuoedav
night next, it is thought. There is a diversity
of opinion upon various bills now pend? g. and
a little arranging of matters is neoossary to
prevent any Alderman front uttering some on
pleasant truths in Conncil, as they sometimes
HOTEL ABBXV?LS, SEPTEMBRE 9_Pavilion
HoleL-J. J. Hosten, Adams Bun; Dr. C. H,
Brownloy, James Island; Lonis J. Weber, An?
thony Straus, Miss C. H. Nickerbocker, Savan?
nah, Qa.; H. B. Bioe, South Carolina; J. A.
Shnok, Barnwell Journal; A. M. Kirkland,
Southern Emigration Company; A. M. West,
fiar n well; J. M. Moller, Columbia; T. M.
Keels, Williamsburg;F. A. Conner, Abbeville;
rt. B. Wright, B jan lort; J. J. Just, Atlanta.
Charleston Hotel.-A. Law, Louisville, Ky.;
George W. Williams, City; J. Boss, Georgia.
Inspection ot limber.
TO TUE EDI TOB OF THE NEWS.
A typographical error occurs in my commu?
nication on the inspection ot timber, published
in your issue of 9th inst., and als i one of my
owu, dna to inad/ertenoy in transcribing my
notes. I am made to state "that in a stick of
timber 00 feet in length, 24 inches at the butt,
and 21 inches at the top, the limber cutler will
lose 27 feet, board measure, by having it meas?
ured nt one-third from the too instead ol at
the middle." Tho manuscript gives the loss
at 72 feet, which, however, in an error, caased
by my giving tbe result of a calculation made
on a stick of ?maller dimensions, instead of tbe
one given in the hypothesis. The loss to the
cutter shoald have been stated at one bandied
au J tea (110) feet, superficial measure.
T. J. MAOXET,
Inspector General of Timber and Lamber.
HUS IN ESS NOTICES.
CooTEB SOUP, fried fish, boiled mutton, with
caper, sance, shrimp pie, Ac, for lunch at j
foss's, this forenoon.
A BABE CHANCE is offered to those d?sirons
to open a oomm idious boerdine-houao or ho?
tel, by the proprietors of the bail linc at the
northwest corner of Varderhors: and King. It
has been recently refitted, and is admirably
adapted for the purpose proposed.
TOBACCO, DI GBBAT YABIXTT.-We direct at?
tention to the announcement of Mr. J. Mad?
sen, No. 814 King-street, who offers for sale at
low rates a very larne stock of tobacco, env
braoiog all the oboioest as well as the ordinary
brands. Dealers and others wishing to supply
themselves will do well to give him a ealL
LIGHT BEA DINO FOB THE WASH W BATH KB,
Our friends in the country who desire to obtain
light reading for the warm weather, at strictly
popular prices, are referred to the advertise?
ment of Mr. C. C. Righter, tbe very ontr-prIs?
ing and trustworthy King-street dealer In uooks
and periodioals of all kinds. His list will be
round to inolnde something to snit every taste,
and it seems to us a marvel how be can afford
to send bis books by mail over the coontry,
post-paid, at the ridlonlously low prices named.
"P AKUOH1AL (SCHOOL
HOME FOR BOYS,
ASHLEY - STREET, OHA RLBSTON.
TBE IHBUIrtES OF THIS ^CHO >L WILL
commence ou the 1st of Oo'ober li. Y Limited to
400. The H OM r will be reopened on the suns day.
We are limited to lOO inmates, and applioaMons
ahoulo be madest once tan. baal attendants is re.
quired, Information will ti? given in cl omar by
application io Kev. A. T. PO BTE*, Bector of j
ach? o and Home.
Terms for Day reboot, tuition payable in advance:
0 lacteal Ooaree.$3 OJ por mouth.
tnoliab.195 per m >otb.
Prlmaiy. 70 usr month.
We are eudo-vortn- io sotare the servi oes ol s
Brit-class Frono'-i reacher Ii wi* aucreed doe no?
tice will oe glv u Oar sim has been to make this a
kanool nf the highest ch tractor, and shall ase oar
boat endeavors to attain Ula end
JOHN GA DUD ^ if,
UMVKKSITY OK SOUTH CAtttll.INA.
The next Session ?ill begin on the rina r MON?
DA? nt Ocrosas, and continus without ?ntermls.
sion, to the essnma Ju y.
?avantuses are offered at thia Inatltnlioa to Sta
dentH In Law ?tao RI aJuttes being entitled to prae
tioe ia the ooarta ot tnt? Mate;) m Me-dein?, (the
course oftest ueuou being extensive and morongo,
with two w>Uten ox minations during tho -easton;)
tn Engineering, Mat nematic*, Mental. Moral a- d
Political Philosophy. H story. Rhetor*. Engttah
literature, Ancient aad Modern Languages, and in
tbs varions Scientific riehoo.s.
Expeneas for -easlau of nine months: Ansssl
fee, SS; Library fee, SIB; Boom Bent fee. SIS; I union
fee. - ; tor each of three aohoais BIS; tuition lo
Law or Medicine, ?60 Board caa bs bad at ?18 to
$90 per month. Br massing it will os lesa.
Far fanner raforaaatioo. ssad for Catalogue* to
the Secretary of the Faculty, Bsa. a BRUOB
WALKES. ft, W, B t RNWKI.I..
Chairman ol Faculty.
Columbia, 8. O., August 2, 1H89.
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA,
um ta rn's rsrsoaaos or
BIOHF REY. BISHOP LYNCH.
For Prospectas, please address THE MOTHES
tfUPF.BIOB, Ursuline Convent, Valle Cruda.
FURMW UMIVK.icHI rv, 8 lt IC K t.
VILLE, 8 C.-i he next ee sion or thu IN s rt.
1 O'L)N will opeu itv* 15th eptember, and rou linne
font- we- ki vi n. i ut intonnl?slou.
Thro*' years' -cU<>Ur?hius miy b- stained coi.'1!
Uoned nu i tie pay-moot ot thirty riotUrn anno illy
lor three yens, aui. entitling tho bolcor of a Hobol
ar-hlp to ttie tuition of o ie pu ll in ?ill the regulir
-chools, ^n th" payment of the incidental fee of Ave
dolara. <-xenpt co Holders nf ^-b wt?pe. the
charge roc tuition to- tho vwtr wll be sixty dollars,
Bud five dollars for lnoiJsital exuenses. For In?
str oeiton in Practiu? chemLury, or in tl odo ca t *<>
gusve?. tuere will oe as extra 0bargo, to be regula?
ted by the atze ot itv dam
Tbe : eg Our -<hoo s emnrace ttathentatios aad
Uechan oal Philosophy, P ofesaor JUD ON; Latin
Language and Ulai a?ure Professor fABKB; Greek
Lanruage. Protestor ? ttl i H ; Obemlttry and Nata
ral Ptatoaophv, Pr >fo-?oc U i R?U?; asps, Bh-torte,
an . Intedeeioal and Moral Philosophy, Proiessor
Dr. CA BEB will lMtruot m German, French sad
Gool Hoard ng exoluslve of lights sad washing,
can be obtained ar about SIS pet month.
Catalogu?e t r -cholarshlpe o>n be obtained hy as
? reusing tue snb^cuoer.
JT ME-t a FUBMAN, .
Augutt 93 18 President
R. S?LOMORS, B, O.,
DENTIST, \ .
Has Re tarra esl, -:
. - i . if ? t? i . .: J
BASEL-BTBIBT, OPPOSITE STRACrOODE,
THE SUBSCRIBES TAKE3 PLEAS ? fl E IN
informing bia friends and the pubi c that be bu ob?
tained from Mons. Jean Elis Menard the ex,? ri
enced portrait painter and artist of Columbia, H. 0 ,
the sole rieht for tbe State pf South Carolina of nain*
hit improved apparatus for Printing Photograohi-:
Vignettes irom tbe Solar Camera Ibis invantlau
recently patented, has the advantage of imparting a
softer tint, a more accurate delineation, and In all re
spec ts a batter picture tbanean be obtained by fha
old mr th od; and being labo'-aavfn* and *-li-ac?ng
by a clock-work motive power, tba p, io.? of the Pho?
tograph can be greatly radnce i. The lar^a experi?
ence of th - inventor, and ho suocetafal t sta be ku
applied to this combination, g. arantes* a (kithfol
and true likeness tn the highest style of the trt, and
st reduced prices. Hr. Richard win rana tin here a
few days previ ona to his departure for the North,
where ho expects to obtain for bia Invention testers!
adoption; and in the mpanwhi'e wlllhe happy to ex?
hibit specimens and the modus operandi of hil new
ft ?nt at JESSE H. BO LL KS' Photoaraphlo Gallery,
o?;oai'e new Opera House, corner King and Market
a.reeis. 1? : Sept IQ
PEB80N8 WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care and taite can have their orders
promptly nDed by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each ease be
given as to the style of coloring preferred.
July 23 3mos?
Stilts anl /nrntsfjinr] ?onus.
^ H K GREAT S E S S A T I O S.
Superior Fitting Shirts.
POPOXAB ABD BfcT.IABT.t
S HIB T MANUFACTORY
Opposite Market Hall.
SHIR i 8.
sm at TS.
SB I HTS.
SMUTS MADE TO OBDBB.
SHIRTS JtEAD? M ADB, ALL SISES.
Directions icr Missurssistrt, ftc.,
8BNT BT MAIL,
Na. MB KI il ?-STRICKT,
Ono door below Market
IM P BJ CBS OP
tf*r TB7 IT.
EW ROUTE RORTHI
TBE ST. LOCH
IBON MOUNTAIN AND SOUTHERN RAIL WA Y
Is now open for business from
COLUMBUS. KT., TO 8T. LOUIS,
Makin? the quickest, safo?? and only all rail ronlo
to KL Loma.
Paaaengera taking this rente avoid ene chang*, of
oar* and a tedious riv?r tnawfer of twenty mi lei,
and arrive In M. Loni* POUR A?O A HALP HOURd
tn ?dranos ol any ot tier Road.
4Sy*imus leave oranatro? upon the arrival of !
traine on the Mobil? and Dado Railroad.
W. U ALLEN,
Copt 1 Imo General Ijaftsj Agent.
gOUTH CAROLINA HAI L. lt OA I >
LsUsaffisaswaMlllllitil III "ITT
S EMERAL BOPEBINTENLEHT'S OfPtUE,!
OHABUSTOM. h. C" April t, 18?. <
OH AND AJTEB BDl'DAY, APRIL llTB, TH H
P ASS Ll.'.1KR TBA tilt) of th? Sooth Carolus Rail,
road wm ra? a* folVrva t
XOR A BO OST A.
Leave Char leaton.MO a. U
Arrive at aogswta.*.?* P. V.
Ooaaeoting With train? (br Montgomery, M cm pint
Nashville and New Orlean*. via Montgomcrv an
Leave Champion.....9.1G a. At
Arrive a? Ootamuia.......6.10 P. M
couneotinK with wilmington and M anet en tor U.l
road, MK- Camden trait
LMVS Augusta.8-U" A. 34
Arrive at Obartt*toQ.MO P. .V
f.eare Coiumoia..-. ........7 45 A. V
Arrive at Charleston.i.5 io P. ?
AOUCSTA NM8.T KXPRBHs
.mr* OATH CXCRPTKD.
Leave CMrteatan.7.3? V. At
Arrive at A turu* ta.....10 A. V
Connecting with exam? tor Memphis, Ntthvii.
and tie? Orlean*. V:? oran J Junci?n.
?eave Augusta...4.10 P. V
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. v
. IOLI'HHIA NIGHT KXPRBhS.
Let?? Obarteatoo.-.-.i-i>5 P. M
Arrive ti ;olum0ta..?.46 A. V
Oonneetiog i-undaya exempted' with GreeoTilte ?D
Dora n Ol . Railroad.
L?av? Columbia..>.AJSJ P. ?
imn at Oharlsatoav.-.3.Jv> A. *
H' MMKKVILLC TRAIN.
Leave Oaarleaton.~....s.9o P. * : |
Amvn at SatBoaervtue................ 6uOP. ?
Leiv? Summerville...7.10 a. *J ?
Arri te at Charl eaton.- ....8.35 A. V
Camden and ' o turaba Parse oe er r rai is on MON
DAT*. WSCWBUUTS and "AToanxATS. connects witt
ap sod down Day Passengers al SlngviIH
Lea?e Casad aa.?..>'...?.85 - M
Arr" ?at Columbi....IL ? A lt
Leave 'SohrmbH.... ......--.Iv tf.y
arrive at Carn den..7.00 P. *.
HlgwecT 8. T. Pfc AR>,
rpo RE HOVE OREASE 8A?OTB.
USE THE DOUBLE DDI TTL LED
Prepared, sod Kw ?ale, wholesale and retail, ty
: Dav H. BARR.
Ray 91 Na. Ul Mesttag-street.
THE RURAL. CAROIINIAN,
. ' - '. :;: .V :J:. "'irina : u
An Illustrated Magazine,
uoK it:. . : ; ... . o ?j.
FARM, THE GARDEN, AND THE HOUSEHOLD.
TBE OFFICIAL OHOA.V OP THE
: South Carolina State Agricultural and Mechanical Society
O? f .. 'd 8 . "i f won ,i'-'Ut ???
D. H. JACQUES, Editor,
Assisted, ta every Department by Gentlemen of ability nacl experience, laclad? ]
late; ?*mo ot tke meat emtaetrt Plantera, Farmern. Gardiner?, Pratt 58
. . .J
Grower?, Manufacturer* and Artisans of tate State "
THE PLAN OF "THE RURAL CAROLINIAN"
Ia Comprettenjire, enhraelaf a wide range of Toplea, varied modes af Presen
tatton, and a liberal nae of Pictorial Illustrations Among the subject*
witien will receive special attention are Ute following, all af
which will bc treated In a careful, thorough,
and practical manner t
In Its various hrsnobes, and all itt processes and
operatlone- Propeling lbs Soil, Manaring. Cultiva?
tion, Harvesting, Preferring and Shipping Crops,
Aa represented in tbe Kitchen Garden, the Flower
Oarden, the Trnok Farm or Harket Garden, the Or?
chard and tke Vineyard.
Including desi ons for Country Homes, Barns, Sta?
bles, Aa, and BflRfc ou Landscape Gardening and
Kuril Adornment generally. -
The Mechanic Arts and Trades; Manufacturing, in
alt Ita branohes; Improved Implement?, New Inven?
The Labor (luestlon,
And, ba their beninga thereon, the Freedmen at
Farm Hands and Operativos; White Labor and Im?
Horses, Males, Cattle, ?heep, Bogs and Fowls- the
Best Breeds; Feeding and General Treatment;
Diseases and Kerned! n.
Household ! conomy,
In the form of Receipts tnt Cooking. Waabing, Drying
arni otherwise Preserving Fruits sod Vegetables;
Hints on Health, and othtr Useful Information.
including Fiah Culture, Entomology, du lta'Jboar
ings upon Agriculture and Horticulture']) and Our
Pet Bird? and Animals.
For the Family Circle, snob aa Choice Essays,
"ketches. Biographies. Anecdotes, and Poetry espe?
cially suited to thone who live
In tbe Country.
Special Correspondents In all parts of the State
and of the South will furnish Monthly Be po rta of
Tbe Season and tbe Crops,
And the Editor proposes to make, from time t?bame, j
aa opportunity may offer, ,_r
Excursions Among tbe Farms,
Market Gardens, Orchardt. Vineyards and Manu?
factories, taking not?e for tbe benefit of our readers
of whatever strikes him as deserving of attention or
worthy of imitation.
Motes and Queries,
Literary Intelligence, Bdentlflo Items. Spirit of abe
Bural Press, and Work for the Month, Ac.
Will be In the highett style of art, and many of th sm
designed and en grayed expressly lor this work.
We intend to make "THE RURAL CAROLINIAN*" the best and handsomest Industrial
Magasine ever published in the Sooth, and we feel Justified in asking the co-operation or every
good oitiaan in onr enterprise, folly believing that it will largely promote the welfare and pros?
perity of the State. It will advooate
Improved Syp terns of Cultivation, Diversity of Crops, Methodical
Management, Organizad Industry, Th rife and Economy,
and inculcate Cheerful Labor and Patient Waiting
for the Present, and Hopefulness
f .r the Future.
The first number will be iaauod about Ostober 1st, and we shall distribute 10,000 copies
gratuitously, eo that all who wish m?y seo wliat the work is before subscribing. Persona
wishing the first number will please send in their address, together with those of others whom
they may think wonld like to see it. Those who have already done so will pleas? accept onr
"THE RURAL CAROLINIAN"
Will contain SIXTY-FOUR large pages of roadins: matter, (nearly twice the quantity given
in most similar publications,) and will be published on tho first day of eaou rnpntb st tho
k>W prioe of
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, in Advance.
WALKER, EY ANS & COGSWELL, Publishers,
No. 3 Broad-st., Charleston, S. C.
N. H.-The attention of advertisers, and eapeiially of those who d?sire to communicate with the agri
eulturlsta of the South, is ?lied to the superior advantages offered by " rn (.: BURAL c ARO LIN IAN" ss
as advertising medium. Oomneucln^ with a eiroulehou of 10(00. extending from North Carolina to
Texas, and with etery prospect of large and continu ian addi tous to I bat number.no other period wi
affords equal opportunities for thoroughly advertisiug Agricultural Implements, Fertilisers, improved
Seeds, Improved Cattle, Cotton Gin ., OoUon Pr?tais, Cora Mills, Factors' business, and au other things of
interest to an agricultural people. Tho terms of advordslng offjred below aro more liberal than those of
any similar publication with tho same circulation.
BATES OF ADVBBTI8IKO.
1 Month. 3 Months. 3 Months. ? Mont tn. 13 Mentha
One page.eas 00 $46 00 $60 00 $100 00 $150 00
Half page. IS 00 3500 ?000 60 00 1C0 00
Quarter page. 10 00 18 00 SO 00 40 00 76 00
Uoscotumr. 16 00 23 uO 4000 6000 100 00
loree-quarter column. 13 00 20 00 3000 SO 00 SO oO
Half column. 10 00 18 00 3-4 00 40 00 75 00
8uarter column. OOO 10 00 19 00 9400 AU OS
ae-oighth column. 400 700 JO 00 1600 30 00
Email bust neva tards of three ?ines, flo a year.
Outside of btck cover, double above rates.
Inside of front cover, 76 per cent added to above rates.
Inside of back corer, 60 per cent, added to above rate*. Sept 10
Colton ?ins, (Str.
COriON GINNING MILLS,
WEST END TH ADD-STRBE1,
WE ABB NOW PREPtRBD TO RECEIVE AND
Ott rai Island and Upland cotton at tb- old rates ol
toll-fl cent* per poitud for Hes Island*, s neats per
pound for Uplasds, Rinne j ny "Gullett (jin."
Fept 3 fmwlnio Adger"* Wharf.
Q. Ubi? KT T'S ST h. KI. lill L'S II
THU SUBSCRIBER IH NOW PRKPARED TO
flit orders lor those Juntlv cel.bratod (?INS. Certifl.
rate? tram reliable plantar* in thia -tate who have
bonitht und used them tb? past soaso*, ts well un
I rom tbs Factors und Bmknrs, tully co.itinn all that
ta culm*" for them; and tho fact ls DOW well ettab
I uti. il that the lacrean* in the pr o? of Oottonginned
on ibi* Ola will, on ever; forty bales, lally pay for
the cost of the Uta.
HALL'S PATENT < Oil ON OIN FEEDER
A valuable Machine, savin? boto time and labor in
the (Tinning of a crop. Can be attached to any Oin
Send for Circulars.
Na? EAST BAY, ROUTH OP OLD POSTOFFICE,
Angust? mwlSmos charleston, H. 0.
JJ lt ll B R K V ' g
IMP ROVED MoCARTHY OIN,
Ginni ma; Fine Upland Cotton."
LATE ORANGES ?UBIS iHH OIN ADAPTS
lt to UM Rinning of UPLAND - Ol ION. Thc ave 01
M. ny a for, on ibis cotton la-t season proved that it
enhanred the value of Ihn Cotton, as it does not >n
the staple in the Blight*?t degree.
Plauters will dad lt to tb?'r advan aga. and are r> -
quested to examine into thia Oin. particularly those
wno barr plauteu the fleer Brade* ot Uptaud Conon.
1 be <iin has been In ase ayon the. -ra Island co too
for over I Reen years, sod its reputation for that cot?
ton folly estacha)*!*). Apply to
WILLIAM fl. HENEBVY,
Machina?t and Foundry,
A UK aa tn wfmlmo No. 314 Meetrar-rtreet.
frag?, ?bcmualt, (Etc.
CHE P O PI
THE ONLY CERTAIN
i AT DESTROYER
H ERM ET TO A LUV.
staled and warranted to
'resp fresh for al' time
e greatest dla-every
tits kmd In Uv age ne
./..in. No person need
*^ io troub.ed with RATS,
MICE, DEO BOQ-i or
BOAOBE-. ter air. Ih-aacsen's destructive re.i.edv ts
wltbin the feacb of all. Prepared oolv by bimt.e1f,
rrom rare and valnaolo compounds, its cheapness ID
as wonderful as Itt effica'*v. Bundled:! of testimo?
nials have been recei ved : rom all perts ot the Unit >d
Ibe great advantage this KOBE POP poeeeuei
[ over all fimflar preoenuons is the PACT that it ls
Ort-?in tn ita Kflects,
and free from ?be unpleasant'ese of rats dying In
their holes, as lt causes them c leave the premises.
? to sees air, and consumes them so entirely as to j
Nw Disagreeable Udor.
Numbers of rofe enoet can be made to
Persons tn this City,
wbo have successfully u?ed IL
SOL 12 AO EN TH FOR -00 TH CA BOLINA,
DOW IE & MOISE,
IMPORTSB9 AND WHOLES \ LK DKDG?I8T8
Corner Meeting and Basel-a tree ts,
April 33 mwfdmo Charleston, 8. a
g H \ai'<?.?I\(i AVI) HAlH-CUTTlStt.
LADIES AND JHTLDhSM
attended at their residences promptly and at reatos
send orders to W. E MARSHALL, Bather,
. april H No, 31 rlrotxbstreet la?-traira.)
Opening Sal* of the Seaton of Boote, Stott:
-: ? - - and EaUr--.. -?? -
BY MILES DRAKE.
THI*. DAY (FrtdaM af 10 o'clock. I wlTT ?ll
al say -'or*, corner of King and Liberty street*}
100 oa*?i B >OTS AND SHOE*, pcracoaly Maa****
lor city and country trade, couaLUng of the tot
to wing ?tyla? : , .
Cases M li N'S "ALF P. 9. AND H. W. BOOTS '
Cases Men'? Kip and Buff H. W. Boots
Cases Men's Calf Cro?le Condren
Caaes alta's Calf and "uff Ba'.aa oral*
Cases Men's Calf, Bail and Wai Brogans
Ca-es La les' Sarge and Sid Congress sod Poflaa
Cases Women a Morocco, Goat and Bas? Bootees-S
to 7. 5 to9and 6 tod .. ,d
Cases Boya' Calf Congress and Balmorals, and a
general axsortm nt of Mfaas?'.'Yogas' aasT
40 cases (210 doaen, Ken's and Boys' Black, Bron
sud Pearl alpine, ital an. Broadway. Ses? -
1er and Planters' Par sad Wool HA rsl *
Ter**? cash. Sale poefHre._rept K
An Invoice of Desirable Clothing, Men's
Wool and Felt Batt . , <c
KNOX, DALY & CO.
*.> ISO lueeUng-strcot,
Will sell TB 18 D4T.com me aol rag at 1? ofclook A. IC,
Invoice of Seaaopaole COA r VR9TB AND
PANT*, Cass* Men'* Wool and Pelt Hats, recel re*
per strainer Mann* tiara.
Conditions raab._ .? ?eptia
Sale Carped, Wardrobes, Bare ta*. Mattresses,
Crockery, Qlitswart, Household f urniture,
and Balance of Farming Utensils
WM. McKAY. Au'tt'.aeer,
Will sell THU DAT. (Tbnrsdav.) IOOJ instant, at
10 o'clock, at bia atore, No. 136 Veetlng-ctreet
? Bent 10_t
Estate Sale -By Order of the Cou rt of Equi?
ty-SM Shares S nonnah and Charleston
Railroad Stock ? .
BY WARBLAW & CAREW.
Will be sold, at Public Auction, at ll o'clock A. M.,
on TUESDAY next, llib instant, at the old Post
effl-o. foot of Broad-a r..ct,
334 feH'BB* SAVANNAH AND 0HABLE8TOK
KA II.KO *D STOCK. wfa Sept 8.
at Ixial*y> S*atW.
LASS-TOP PICKLK A NU PttCIT JAR
THE ACID COKES
ONLY IN CON TAUT
WITH OL ABB, AND
THU ? IS THE MOST
. . . ti . i X O ?
PEEP EOT JAB TET
... . ..
Por sale by
WILLIAM G. WUILDEM Al CO.,
Nos. 167 MEETIN0.8TBEET, sod
3?6 KINGSTHKET, COBNEB BEA?P TN-STBEET.
S ASTRAL OIL
J-NO CHANGE 07 LAMPS
jy\ALL ANO WHITER 1MPORTATIO?.
RIBBONS, MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS
ARMSTRONG, CATOR f CO.,
No*. 237 ?Bid 330 lialtinxorc-Stareot,
JMPiiBlEBS A?D JOBBERS OW
HO W K T A\D TUDU ?Hf*ti HIB80HS,
VELVET AND SA-H RioBONri,
Bonnet SUI?, Satina and Velvts, Ilrasioais, Blonds,
laces, tim-bes, Nets and urana*,
FREN OH FLOWERS AND FEATHERS,
S tr a tv Bonnet* and Ladles' Hats,
Trimmed and Un trim oed
SILE, VELVET AND Ft Ll' DONNEl? ?ND BATS.
SUNDOWNS AND SHAKER HOODS.
TUE LABU Hts T STOCK OF MILLI < 1- KV GOODS
IN IHlo COUNTRY, and anequaUsd tu ai***
variety, wbisb wc offer a', prices th it will defy oosav
perl i ion.
jSa-ORDBRS fOLI TPrD. Ino Aorastlf
Jisitw/**** jro cfc sat**)
wmxm uAM tm mm
any htair B^???^J*
Por Bot?la, Restaurant* and Pafcile
MANU raero RHO BY
W. T. 4 J. MEIERE AU, 62 Ooaw Si* Nat
August ia . .?**?