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MEETING OE COVXCIE.
Corbin's Opinion-Exciting Debate
upon Corbin's Claim-One Alderman
Accused af Having Sold Himself.
CORBIN STILL WAITING FOR $3000.
A regular meeting of the ?ty Council was held
The Mayor came In about half-past 7 o'clock.
The Clerk called the rou and the following an?
swered: Mayor, Aldermen T. J. and E. W. 21.
Mackey, Voigt, Barrow, Potter, Collins, Green,
Geddings, Cunningham, white, Howard, E. P. and
' L, F. Wall, Hampton, Holloway, McKinlay, Small,
"COhncil was then called to order.
The reading of the minutes was dispensed
Petition of Alexander Josephs, to keep a junk
shop, was referred to Committee on Licenses.
Petition or Geo. Little, Ed. Wilkinson and other
street laborers, asking for an increase of pay, was
After considerable discussion and a nnmber of j
amendments, Alderman T. J. Mackey offered a j
resolution providing that the laborers and fore?
men be paid $160 per day.
Alderman E. P. Wall moved that the foremen
receive $1T5 per day.
Alderman Mackey accepted the amendment
and the resolution was adopted as amenced.
Petition or Marion Fire Eng! rte Company for a
loan of two hundred dollars, was referred to
Committee on Fire Department.
Petition of John Cook for a transfer of liquor
license, was referred to Committee on Licenses.
Petition of residents of Price's Alley for gas
lamps, was referred to Committee on Lighting
Petition of Robert Turner for a license to retail
liquors, was referred to Committee on Licenses.
Petition of Collins A Morse for a license to per?
form daring the season, was referred to CommP -
tee on Licenses.
Petition of J. Trieste, for a license to retail li?
quors, was referred to Committee on Licenses.
Petition of Catherine Barden, to keep a junk
shop, waajeferred to Committee on Licenses.
Petition of Comet Fire Company, for the pur?
chase of City Engine No. 5, now in their posses?
sion, was referred to Committee on Fire Depart?
.Petition.of John Parker, of Mills House, for a li?
quor license, was referred to Committee on Li?
Petition of J. Ardwlnk, for a license to carry on
the business of scissors grinding, was, on motion
.?of Alderman Mackey, granted.
Petition of W. H. Mlshaw, in behau* or Star Fire
Company, for use of No. 2 engine house, was re?
ferred to Committee on Fire Department, with
Bower to act.
Petition of W. P. Russell to erect a three story
wooden building, waa referred to Committee on
Petition of Captain H. w. Hendricks, asking
that overcoats be furnished to the policemen,
Alderman T. J. Mackey said that the old over?
coats were not comfortable enough even for the
policemen to sleep upon their posts with, and
therefore moved that the Mayor be authorized to
contract for seventy-five overcoats, at a cost not
to exceed what has been heretofore paid.
On motion of E. W. M. Mackey, the whole mat?
ter waa referral to a special committee-Mayor,
E. W. M. Mackey, Howard and Greene, commit
Petition of M. ?. Wilbur was referred to Com
? mlttee on Assessment.
i Petition or Joseph Hilton and others, asking
that lamps be placed in Queen, between King and
Meeting streets, was referral to Committee on
Petition or .?tna Fire Company was referred to
Committee on Lighting Streets.
The report of the Chief of Police (published else?
where) was presented, And, without a reading
was ordered to be printed.
The report of the Harbormaster, showing that
$663 had been received as harbor dues for the
month of September was read. The Harbormaster
requested advice of Council in regard to an
opinion given to bim by the City Attorney.
Some of the Aldermen moved that the subject
be referred to a committee.
Alderman Mackey said he understood that D.
T. Corbin had given au opinion to the Harbor?
master, which, if he obeyed, would cause a loss of
98000 per year to the city; and he moved that the
opinion be read.
The motion was carried, and the' opinion read,
it ls as rollows :
OFFICE OF CITY ATTORNEY, \
CHARLESTON, S. C., October ll, i860, j
&.? Stoddard, Esq., Harbormaster, Charleston,
SIB-Your communication of the 8th Instant, In
which you inquire my opinion as to the legaUty of
collecting "harbor fees'' or vessels entering the
harbor, as required by city ordinance, ls received.
I think the practice of collecting harbormas?
ter's fees ls contrary to the ruling of the Supreme
Court of the United States in the case c*a>steum
shrp va. Portwardens," (Oth Wallace, 31,rTn which
lt was held that a statute of a State enacting that
the masters and wardens of a port within lt
should be entitled to demand and receive, in ad?
dition to other fees, the sum of five dollars, wheth?
er called on to perform any service or not, for
every vessel arriving In that port, is a regulation
<on commerce within the meaning of the consti?
tution, and also a duty on tonnage, and is uncon?
stitutional and void.
H you have reference to the harbormaster's fees
aa fixed by the ordinance of May 17th, 1841, by
which lt ls provided tha* .Ul vessels of the United
States, ?to., which shall, from and after the pas?
sage or this ordinance, arrive at the Port or
Charleston, and come to anchor within any part
or the harbor within one mlle or the city, Ac,
?hall pay to the harbormaster, every voyage, one
cent and a half per ton, according to the vessel's
register or papers, and other ordinances by which
"one cent" and "three cents" per ton are collect?
ed, then I advise you the collection is illegal for
the reasons stated above, and should not be in?
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
[8igned] D. T. CORBIN,
After the reading, Alderman Mackey made
some remarks, and moved that the Harbormas?
ter be Instructed to collect the dues upon the
tonnage of vessels until otherwise ordered by the
Alderman Barrow seconded the motion, and
said he was surprised that the man whom Council
had elected as its attorney should have written
suen an opinion. A blind man could see how
?lear the law was upon the matter of the dues
The motion was then carried unanimously.
Alderman Greene, rrom the Committee on Ll
cenaes reported favorably upon the petitions of j]
H. G?tschen, James Gallagher, W. E. OtJen, P.*
McAnnauy and Anna Stent. The report was ac?
Alderman Geddings, from the Committee on
Hospitals, reported that the price ror fitting np
the house at Pottersfleld would not cost more
than $76, and recommended'that lt be fitted up
at oace.' Th? report was accepted.
Alderman Geddings reported that six parties
Md sent in plans and specifications lor the repair
or the Stonewall Engine House. Tho amounts
for which they would agree to do it being res?
pectively, $460, $676, $498, $420, $620, $726.
Mr. Walter Cade was announced as the lowest
On motion of Alderman Cunningham, thc con?
tract was awarded to Mr. Cade.
Alderman Geddings reported favorably upon
several bills against the city, amounting to sbout
$8000. Toe report was accepted.
Alderman E. W. M. Mackey reported favorably
lipon the petition of-Melvin, city scavenger,
and requested that $1700 be paid to.hlm.
Alderman Geddings opposed the adoption of
the report on the ground ;hat the charges against
Melvin were very ?rave, and that he did not
think Council was prepared to act upon the re?
port without further examination.
After considerable discussion thc report was
Alderman T. J. Mackey submitted a report from
the Committee on Ways and Means.
The report recited at length the great deeds
done by *D. T. Corbin, and concluded with a
resolution providing that the amount of $3000 be
paid to him.
During the reading Alderman E. W. M. Mackey,
E. P. and L. F. Wall, and Hampton left the room.
Alderman T. J. Mackey stopped the reading to
remark that the Aldermen had no right to leave,
and said he was in favor of summarily expelling
those who had gone.
Alderman Collins. I move that they be sent
The reading was resumed.
Alderman Geddings. Can I interrupt the read?
ing to correct the report?
Alderman Mackey. Yes, certainly, I would
like to see the Alderman correct this report.
Alderman Geddings commenced to speak, and
Alderman Holloway stated that there was not a
Alderman Mackey resumed his reading of the
report, but was mterrupted by Alderman Hollo?
way, who again stated that there was not a
Alderman Cunningham came in making a
Alderman Small slipped out.
Alderman Collins, In a vexed tone of voice
"Come back here."
Alderman Small came back.
At the conclusion of the reading of the report
Alderman Barrow seconded it.
Alderman Howard moved to adjourn.
Alderman Geddings seconded the motion.
The motion was put and lost. ^
Alderman Small wanted to know if there was a
law under which members could go out and lock
themselves up; li so, he would frequently go out
himself, in fact, he would stay away altogether,
Alderman Barrow spoke in support of the adop?
tion of the report and resolution, saying that he
did not use violent language generally; but he
must state that it was contemptible for any Al
dorman to vote against the payment of the
Alderman T. J. Mackey called Alderman Barrow
to order, and, after some remarks offered, a reso?
lution providing that the account of D. T. Corbin,
amounting to $3000 for legal services rendered to
the city in accordance with a contract made with
said body, be paid.
Alderman Cunningham seconded the resolu?
Alderman Geddings said there had been no
cont act and the resolution was out of order.
The Alderman continued his remarks, but they
were unheeded amid thc loud calls of "question,"'
Alderman Mackey moved around to Alderman
E. tv. M. Mackey, who was standing in the door?
way, and requested him to remain; whereupon
he said to the Inspector-General, that he'd be
-if he would stay and see the Aldermen
making jackasses of themselves; you are selling
Alderman E. W. M. Mackey, however, took his
Alderman Howard wanted to know if the three
lawyers associated with D. T. Corbin would get
$3000 each, also.
Alderman Cunningham thought not.
Alderman T. J. Mackey made some remarks
about the conduct of the Aldermen who had re?
tired, but had returned.
Alderman E. w. M. Mackey. We were only
practicing the tactics taught us by Alderman JR
Alderman E. P. Wall. Yes, Mr. Mayor, Alder?
man T. J. Mackey has been our schoolmaster.
Alderman T. J. Mackey. I was In favor of not
paying the money, but seeing that my action was
highly commended by the Democratic press, I
began to suspect thc correctness of my position,
and changed it.
Alderman E. W. M. Mackey (sneeringly.) Yes,
the Republicans commended your course, too,
didn't they ? I have no doubt but that your poor
constituents, who took their last ten-cents out of
their pockets to pay Corbin, would approve of this
Some discussion ensued relative to thc right of
Council to have made a contract with Corbin, If
such a contract had been made by Council.
Alderman Howard moved to adjourn.
Aldermen E. W. M. Mackey and E. P. Wall se?
conded the motion.
Alderman Collins moved to adopt the report.
Alderman Cunningham seconded the motion.
Aldermen Howard and E. W. M. Mackey moved
to adjourn, which motion was loudly seconded by
several of the Aldermen.
The motion to adjourn was put and carried.
A division was called for. Nine voted for and
seven against adjourning.
Alderman T. J. Mackey claimed that thc mo?
tion was lost.
Alderman Collins called for the yeas and nays,
which was granted, and Aldermen Geddings, E.
W. M. Mackey, Voigt, Hampton, E. P. and L. F.
Wall, Howard, McKinlay and Holloway, (uine,)
voted in favor, and the Mayor, and Aldermen
Barrow, Collins, Cunningham, Potter, T. J. Mac?
key and Small, (seven.) voted against adjourning.
Council then adjourned In confusion.
A. SO VTMERN ENTERPRISE.
A Visit to Che laboratory of Messrs.
A. A. Solomon' r? Co., in Savannah
How Solomon, otters arc Made.
The Savannah News gives the following in?
teresting account of the extensive manufac?
tory of bitters, conducted by Messrs. A. A.
Solomons A* Co., the eminent chemists ol thut
Probably no undertaking has met with so great
success as the one which we are now about to no?
tice; an enterprise which proves In Itself that
there are energetic, far-seeing men In our city,
who properly realize the changes which have
been brought about In a few years, and that Sa?
vannah ls no longer a country town, dependent
for Its prosperity on the good will and little capt
tal of a limited circle of old fogies. Every street
demonstrates that we are ; live people, as ready
to be benefltted by the many wants of a progres?
sive age, as our countrymen further north. The
people of this great nation have looked with won?
der upon the colossal fortunes accumulated in a
few years by the manufacturers of various arti?
cles, many of whose names have become house?
hold words, and whose advertisements can be
read on every hillside, fence and railroad station
from Maine to Oregon. But these names, though
known to us, convey no Idea of the features of
those who bear them, but the manufacturers of
the article which we are about to speak of are
known to us for years, and whose prosperity all
are glad to see.
Messrs. A. A. Solomons A- Co. have In a few
mouths become as well known through their
"Bitters" as Presidential candidates became bv
means of their party organs, and though "every?
body uses Solomons' Bitters," few there are who
think for a moment how many processes that
clear fluid must pass through, and how often
that now well known blue bottle must be handled
before it reaches those who are to be benefltted
by its use. As one of a privileged class, we visit?
ed the laboratory a few days since, and under
the guidance tr Mr. M. J. Solomons (the Alder?
man.) saw the Bitters manufactured. Mr. s.
conducted us to the third floor of the manufac?
tory, where the Bitters first "commenced its
career." In this department are fifty vats, in
these the Ingredients arc placed and allowed to
mascerate for fifteen days, after which the liquid
is gradually drawn off and passed through four
successive filterers, entering the first as thick
Ilqnid and emerging from the last the article as it
appears in its merchantable state. From the last
filterer lt passes into a vat that sets Immediately
over the bottling machine, in the room below. In
order tovprevent overflow in the event or the
machine below ceasing operations, this vat la
provided with a floating, self-adjusting spigot,
which, although the pressure on it is equal
to one hundred and fifty gallons, ahuts off |
the supply of Bitters whenever it is threatened
with an overflow. From this room we pass to
the second floor. This is a busy place-filled with
men, boys and blue bottles. As we enter, two
men are engaged in transferring bottles from a
large hogshead into the washing trough, rbr
KS??00* must be perfectly clean. The trough
holds rorty dozen bottles. After they are washed,
tney are placed in the dripping rack, and when
ory are passed on to the bottung machine, which
S8? rnrtberend of the room. This ma?
chine fills Arty dozen bottles per hour. The bot
Tv).t?nV??^Mr?fr' anrt eventually finds its
way along a table which extends to the other end
of the room, successively passing through the
hands of men, who one after another, and in or?
der, puts on the "stopper label/' "front and back
labels'' and "outside wrapper,'' and ls deposited
on a shelf, whence it ls taken to be packed In
boxes for shipment. The boxes thus filled are
lov. ?red below to the business floor where they
ar branded. On the street floor the "business"
of the Bitters receive attention.
Here we may as well mention that Messrs. Sol?
omons have an advertising department, under
the charge of Mr. W. E. White, who attends to
everything in that line. And in the same connec?
tion'we would also mention pro bono publico,
that the firm spent nearly $10,000 in advertising
the Bitters before they commenced Its manufac?
ture. In the basement is a carpenter shop where
the packing boxes are made, and it takes a great
manv of them to hold the five thousand dozen
bottles of the Bitters that are sold every month.
As we said before, this enterprise deserves the
success that it has met with, and it is not sur?
prising that other Bitters have ceased to be called
for in this section, for aside from thc energetic
and unceasing endeavors ofnhc manufacturers to
pul ft and keep it beiore the public, lt has already
achieved a reputation second to that of no other
Bitters that have ever been offered to the public.
Not unpleasant to the taste, they make an agree?
able beverage, while their medicinal qualities ren?
der Solomons' Bitters the most effective tonic that
has yet been introduced.
That One Hundred Thousand Dollar
To a gentleman who inquired jf Mr. Bonner
If his offer of $l?O,000 for a horse that would
equal Dexter's great performance to a road
wagon was still in force, and if he had any re?
servation in regard to it as to age, soundness,
Ac, Mr. Bonner replied as follows :
Dear Sir-I have received your favor 0/ thc
11th Inst., in which you inquire if there are
any conditions, so far as soundness or age is
concerned, annexed to my offer of $100.000 for
a horse that can equal Dexter's recent per?
formance of 2:21| to a road wagon. In reply.
I have to state that I have no conditions of
the kind to interpose. I thiow the door wide
open. Of course, I should prefer a young and
sound horse like Dexter, but I shall not make
it a barrier against any horse undertaking to
perform the feat whether ne be young or old
sound or unsound-lame or free from lame?
ness-whether he have one spavin or two,
three ring-bones or four-be blind of one eye
or both-broken-winded or foundered-so long
as Tie performs the feat of starting, as Dexter
started, from my stable in Twenty-iseventh
6treet, near Ninth avenue, at 1 o'clock, P. M..
and trotting during the same afternoon on
Prospect Park, as Dexter trotted, a mile in
2:21J. to n road wagon and driver weighing
together 318 pounds. There must bc no run?
ning or Jumping-every Inch of the mlle must
be trotted, as Dexter trotteolt. without a sin?
gle skip or Jump; and I must have the privi?
lege of witnessing and timing the trial, and
taking one or two friends with me. The owner
of the horse can also have one or two friends
present; but under no circumstances will I be
concerned, directly or indirectly, in a public
or advertised trial, where money ls received
at the entrance gate, or opportunity is given
for betting. * .
If you know of any man who owns a horse
that can perform this feat, I will thank you to
send him to me, as I want to own the animal,
even If he has one or all of thc blemishes
which I have enumerated. With all of them
I would consider him cheap at the price named,
after performing the feat in question; and I
can assure you that if you put nie in the way
of procuring such a horse-either with or
without blemishes-you will have my lasting
gratitude, and find* me ready at any time,
whether night or day, to reciprocate the favor.
Yours truly, ROBERT BONNER.
NEW YORE-Per steamship Charleston-13 bags
sea island cotton, 1259 bales upland cotton, 48 tes
rice, 82 bills rosin, 18 pkgs sundries.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea (Juli-284 bales
upland cotton, 105 bales yarn and domestics, 148
tes rice, 10 bales rags, 5 bales hides, 30 pkgs fruit
DELAWARE CITY-Per sehr Wm B Thomas-lui
tons phosphate rock.
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, l
TCESDAY EVENINO, October 19,1869. j
COTTON.-The market showed a firm aspect, the
limited supplies of thc article enabling factors to
hold Stiffly, and while all qualities of the staple
were strong, the lower grades were '4e better in
some cases. Sales about 450 bales, viz: 1 at 23??c:
19 at 24c; 18 at 24'4c; 46 at 24,'ac; 34 at 24.^; 3 at
24??c; 93 at 25c; ll at25?,c; 121 at 25'4c; H at
25'ic; 05 at 25,lic. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.23,'j<si24.li
Low middling.25 (&
BICE.-The market, for this grain was firm.
Sales about 125 tierces of clean Carolina, say .'1
tierces nt 7Xc; 6 at 8c; 65 at 8.\,'c: 28 at 85,c; 15 at
8??c; 2 at 9c; the latter a choice article. Wc quote
common to rair clean Carolina at 7}2<$~Jtc: good,
8@8??c; common prime, 8.'4'@R?a'c ? lb.
NAVAL STORES.-nie stock was light, with a
fair inquiry, and the following sales: 45 bbls low
No. 1 rosin at $2 25; 102 bbls No. 2 at $1 85; 40
bbls No. 8 at $175; 8 bbls spirits turpentine at 41c
FREIGHTS.-Thc supply of freight room to most
points IH for thc moment sufficient for the demand.
To Liverpool, by steam, engagements are making
at V-l %* lb on uplands and 1 '?d on sea Islands;
by Rall, ,',d on uplands and >4d on sea islands. Tc
Havre, by steam, nominal; by sail, l.'4'c ^ lb on
uplands and 2c on sea Islands. Coastwise, to New
York, by steam, *?c V lb on uplands and lc on
sea islands; by sail, J,c $ lb on uplands. To Bos?
ton, by steam, nominal; by sall, ?,c ? it. on up?
lands. To Philadelphia, by steam, Jfe ^ lb on up?
lands; by sall, somewhat nominal. To Baltimore,
by steam, >,@?,c V lb on uplands; by sall, some?
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, October 19 -Noon. - Consols 93?,'.
LIVERPOOL, October 10-Noon.-Cotton opened
finn; uplands 12.',al2.'4d; Orleans I2??al2*4'd;
sales 12,000 bales; Bombay shipments to the 9th,
since the last report, are 15,000 bales.
Afternoon.-Yarns and fabrics at Manchester
firmer. Winter wheat Ps Pd. Corn 29s. Turpen?
tine 27s 3d.
Evening.-Cotton quotations unchanged; sales
12,000 bales, of which 4000 bales were for specula?
tion and export. No 2 red Western wheat 9s 5d.
Flour 24s 3d. Corn, European 29s Od.
FRANRFORT, October 19.-Bonds opened heavy
Panis, October 19.-Bourse steady. Rentes 711
Evening.-The Bonrse closed flat.
HAVRE, October 19.-Cotton quiet both on the
spot and afloat.
Evening.-Cotton closed quiet and steady at
If 37c afloat.
NEW YORK, October 19-Noon.-Stocks steady
and strong. Money 6a7. Sterling, long 9??;
short 9ii. Gold 30??. Cotton firmer at 26??a26?4'c
Turpentine quiet at 46c. Rosin declining; good
strained $2 22>?a225.
Evening.-Cotton firmer; salC9 3000 bales at
26?4'c. Flour less active; quotations unchanged.
Wheat heavy at la2c lower; Western winter red
$1 50al 53; Illinois $1 30; Michigan white $1 60a
1 70. Corn, la2c lower. Mess pork closes at $30
75. Lard heavy at ISattXc. Whiskey firmer at
$1 21 ii. Groceries quiet and dull. Turpentine
45a4Cc. Rosin $218aS. Freights firmer; on cot?
ton, by steam, ,'2a,s4d. Governments closed
strong at 120; Southerns dull. Money more in
demand; rates unchanged. Sterling quiet at ya
91?'. Gold dull at 30. Stocks closed steady.
BALTIMORE, October 19.-Cotton dull and
nominally at 26c. Flour active; prices unchang?
ed. Wheat firm; prime to choice $1 50al 55.
Corn, white $1 20; yellow $1 15. Oats ssa?lc.
Rye $115al 18. Provisions unchanged. Whis?
key In good demand at $1 21.
CINCINNATI, October 19.-Corn dull at 87a88c.
Whiskey quiet at $115. Mess pork dull at $31.
Lard, jobbing sales at 17?4al7??c Bacon lower;
shoulders 16?,'c; sides 19?ic.
LOUISVILLE, October 19.-Corn, 85c. Provisions
very firm. Whiskey $115.
WILMINGTON, October 19.-Spirits turpentine
steady and in light stock; sales at 41c. Rosin
firmer at $1 60a4 60. Crude turpentine steady at
$160a2 75. Tar unchanged. Cotton firmer; mid?
At'QCSTA, October 19.-Cotton very active;
prices a shade firmer, but not quotably higher;
sales 840 bales; receipts 073 bales; middling
SAVANNAH, October 19.-Cotton, receipts 3075
bales; exports 2430 bales; sales C50 bales; mid?
dling 25,>4"c; good demand and market very firm.
MOBILE, October 19.-Cotton in good demand
but closed hard; sales 900 bales; middling 24>?c;
receipts 785 bales; exports 922 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, October 19.-Cotton lower at
25c; sales 2500 bales; receipts 3610 bales; exports
to Genoa 1184 bales; to Bremen 2996 bales; coast?
wise 2867 bales. Sugar, 3 hhds new centrifugal
sold at l3-ac. Molasses, 3 obis new received sold
at $1 25 per gallon. Others unchanged. Gold
20??. Sterling 41. New York sight exchange ;<a
WILMINGTON, October 18.-SPIRITS TVRrKN
TiNE-Sales of 288 casks at 41c for count re?
ROSIN.-Sales af 133 bbls No. 1 at $3 50.
.. CRCDE TURPENTINE.-Sales of 75 bbls at $2 75
for virgin and vellow dip, and $1 50 for hard.
TAR.-Sales of 128 bbls at $2 per bbl-a decline
COTTON.-Active demand: sales of 60 bales at
23, 24a24,'a'c for mixed grades and 25c for mid?
MONTGOMERY, October 13.-Receipts of cotton
during the week have been very fair In Montgom?
ery, as win be seen by statement.
Stock on hand September l, I860. 136
Received past week..-.3.964
Received previously. 17,293-21,257
Shipped past week.1.2.855
Stock on hand Friday night. Oct. 12.5,761
Receipts per Railroad, October 19.
SOLTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
087 bales cotton, 39 bales domestics, 200 sacks
flour, loo bbls flour, 5 cars stock. To Railroad
Agent, Thurston A Holmes, Kirkpatrick A Witte.
L 1) UeSaussure, Brodie A co, Mowry A co, Grae?
ser A Smith, Frost A Adger. Dowling A co, W C
Bee A co, Reeder A Davis, Pelzer, Rodgers A co.
G H Walter A co. E J Wiss A co, W C Courtney A
co, J B E Sloan, G W Williams A co, W B Smith A
co, stenhouse A co, and others.
103 bales upland and l bale sea Island cotton, 40
bbls naval stores, 15 cars lumber, tobacco, mdse,
Ac. To E Welling, D C Ebatigh, J Marshall, Jr,
Kinsman A Howell, J Wiley, J Colcock A co, Frost
A Adger, Reeder A Dtvis, Wiss A co, W K Ryan,
J M Caldwell A Son, Johnston. Crews A co, A S
Johnston, G W Williams A co, Mowry A co. Kirk?
patrick A Witto, W C Bee A co, Gaillard A Minott.
A J Salinas, Ravenel A co, Graeser A Smith, Rav
enel A Huger, J A Quackenbush, J Welters, S C
White, B F'eldmann A co, and M Finley.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
CottoR, rough rice and mdse. To W P Dowling
A co, J T Kanapaux, B Moultrie, T Middleton. T
Mustapha, J R Pringle A Son. W C Coutney A co,
Cohen, Hanckel A co, Roper A Stoney, Kinsman
A Howell, Reeder A Davis, M Flaum, B Feldmann
A co, G H Hoppock, H Kcsler, Gaillard A Minott,
W c Bee A co, and W L Webb.
Per steamship Charleston, for New York-Dr
Ludwick, W Haskins, John Condon, N A Dawson,
D P Tulley, J Mlth, A Stickney, R S Bates, J B
Clark, II Gilbert, L M Brady, M Jacobs, and 20 on
Per steamship Manhattan, from New York-W
Mcclean, Mary Maguire, F L Whlton and servant,
Miss Lille Whlton, Miss Julia Carrington, A P
Boyd, C R Brewster, Miss S Hatch, Miss Bally, F C
Andrews, John Campsen, Jno N Rising, Miss Em?
ma Eaton, Wm Stone. G Wiarda, J H Baily and
wife, A H Shaw, W H Bird and wife, M Thompson,
M (?alvin, Mrs Nash, Mrs Stevens, W Waterbury,
Miss E A Campbell, Mis9 Julia Winton, Master F J
Whlton, A Polheraus, EA Dickinson, S Chart rand,
Miss E A Morse, Master Baily, Virgil Andrews,
Miss Campsen, M Prouthon, Miss Anna A Fay, B
G Stanton, A F Stiles, Wm Reeve, G W Lee, D
Yates, wife and infant, Mrs Galvin, M Ryan, E
Foster, Mrs Auderson, Mrs Edwards and two chil?
dren, Mrs Rembert and two children, Miss Mollie
Whlton, Miss Marv Rankin, Henry Cohen, Oscar
Silverman, Rev R *P Cutler, E E Balley, wire and
child, and two servants, Mason King. R N Rising
and wile, Miss M J Rising. J E Dey, G Weatherby.
Henry Weiss, K H Ferris. N D Platte and wife, Mr
Thompson and two children, Miss Galvin, I' Bren?
nan, D A Miller, Mrs Rogers, and io on tieck.
Per steamer Pilot Boy. from Beaufort via Edis
to and Rockville-J G Owens, Dr Thompson, ll M
Stuart, Mrs J F Mathewes and servant, G A Rich?
mond, Col J Whale/, H M Balley, Miss Ellis, J f,
Edlngs, J J Mlkcll, J F Townsend, Jr, J Seabrook,
and 32 on deck.
r o ic T v .i ? E y n A ii.
New Moon, 5th, 9 hours, 0 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, Pith, 4 hours, 42 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 2Mb, 8 hours. 37 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 2*th, 3 hours, 14 minutes, morning,
? OCTOBER. L^
18|Monday. 0.. 0
19iTuesday. 0.. 9
20? Wednesday.. 0..10
23 Saturday.... 0..12 ,
24,Sunday. 6..13 | 5..15 j 8..21 | 9..49
CHARLESTON, OCTOBER 20.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull. New York
left Saturday, 3.15 P M. Mdse. To J B Adger A
co, CD Ahrens A co, Jas Allan, J D Aiken A co,
(i W Almar, J Apple, Andrews A Salvo, E Bates
A co, II Bischoff A co, T M Bristoll, J W Boesch, J
; Bennett A co, W M Bird A co, T W Bliss, W C Bee
' A co, E T Brown, Mrs M J Booth, W S Corwin A
' A co, C ? Carr A co, Cameron, Barklev A co, L
! Cohen A co, T M Cater, W ll Cltafee A co, J Com?
mins, Chapeau A Heffron, J H Devereux, Dowic
A Moise, P Dorsey, Miles Drake. I L Falk A co, 1)
F Fleming A co, J S Fairley A co, ll Feldmanii A
. co, M E Finley, Frost A Adger, Furchgolt A Bros,
II Gerdts A co, A Goldstein. Goodrich, Wiueman
A co, C Gravcley, W S Henerey, Harbesou A co, R
Hunter. Huger A Ravenel, J Hurkamp A co, N A
Hunt, Hart A co, J H Hillen, Hopkins, McPherson
A co, T M Horsey A co, Jose Jura, E II Jackson,
Jeffords A co, Jennings, Thomlinson A co, John?
ston, Crews A co, C ll Johnson, C Kerrison, Knobe?
loch A Small, J S King, Kinsman A Bro, Kinsman
A Howell, Klinck, Wlckenberg A co, H Kla'.te A
co, F Koldeway, Kielte A Chapman, Lauroy & Al?
exander, Mrs E Lowndes, Lengnlck A Sell, D Lo?
pez A Son, A Lauger, C Litschgl, C Lillenthal A
co, J Malonev, Mantou? A co, Mc Loy A Rice, Wm
McLean, J G Milnor A co, S R Marshall, Marshall
A Burge, Muller, Nimitz A co, J H Murrav. North,
Steele A Wardell, J C Ogermann, ll O'Neill, 1)
O'Neill A Sous, D O'Neill, Jr, J F O'Neill A Son, P c
Association. C F Panknln, D Paul A co, E Perry,
J S A P Pierson, Pelzer, Rodgers A co, Ravenel A
Holmes, J H Renncker, J Relis, F J Ruekh, S C R R
Agent, N E R R Agent, Southern Express co, L
Schnell, J E Sempke, A Stelling, G W Steffens, E
B Stoddard A co. Strauss A Vance, W Vince, Mrs
Watts, Werner A Ducker, Willis A ciiisolm, Robt
Wing, J N M Wohltmann, G W Williams A co, Jno
Wulbern. Geo F W A co, W J Yates, and others.
Steamship J W Everman, Hinckley, Philadel?
phia-left - Inst. Mdse. To Jno A Theo Getty,
and others. Consignees previously reported.
Bark A B Wyman, Wvman, Boston-lo days.
Ballast. To W B Smith * co.
Sehr D V Streaker, Van Gilder-New York-0
days. Hay and railroad iron. To W Roach A co,
Railroad Agent and King A Gibbon.
Sehr Ann S Deas, from West Point Mill. 50
tierces Rice. To Cohen, Hanckel A co.
Steamer Pilot Hov, Peck. Beaufort via Edisto
and Rockville. 29 bales sea island cotton, l bale
upland cotton, mdse and sundries. To J D Aiken
A co, Mrs D E Huger, Hopkins, McPherson A co,
John F Porteous, Southern Express co, B C Ad?
ams, J Adger A co, W S Henerey, Ravenel A co,
Street Bros A co, Pinckuey Bros, Fraser A Dili,
Roper A Stoney.
Sloop Fenian, Jones, from WU town. 1200 bush?
els rough rice. To Ravenel A co.
Moore's boat from Santee. 6 bales upland cot?
ton. To Gaillard A Minott.
Received from Chlsolm's Mill-bags sea island
cotton. To Gaillard A Minott.
Hutchinson's boat from James Island. 1 bag
sea Island cotton. To Wm A Boyle.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York-James
Adger A co.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-Courte
sehr Wm B Thomas, Winmore, Delaware City
H F Baker A co.
Steamship Charleston, Berrv, New York.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, Baltimore, Oc?
SAVANNAH. October 19.-Arrived, steamers North
Point, Baltimore; Wyoming, Philadelphia. Sail?
ed, steamships Virgo, New York; America, Balti?
WILMINGTON, October 19.-Arrived, steamer
Gary, from Baltimore. Cleared, steamer Clyde,
Tor New York.
Pilot boat No l spoke off the bar yesterday, the
brig John Sherwood, from a Northern port ror
Captain Townsend, or the sehr Lucy W Alexan?
der, ror Baltimore, previously reported lost in our
columns, makes the tallowing report in the
She sailed from Cardenas on the Lst inst with
srs i MOON
SETS. IR. t s.
4..14 6.. 3
rises. 6.. 39
213 hbds and 40 tes of molasses. After leaving
Sort, experienced continued heavy S NE gales,
n the 25th, off Carysport Reef, wind heavy, the
Bea making a clear breach over thc vessel, which
seemed to he in a foundering condition; cut away
the deck load. At 8 PM, sea rolling heavy; fore
topmast unshipped; carried away malu boom. At
4AM the next morning, saw breakers on the lea;
tacked ship and stood to; eastward, N N, 5 A M,
let go anchor; a heavy sea running; wind strong
from the eastward; vessel dragging; set the cables
and went shoreward : a heavy sea running, and thc
crew found great difficulty in getting ashore.
The officers and crew made a tent of the mate?
rials brought from the schooner, and after suffer?
ing severe hardships, succeeded In reaching In?
dian River by the use or a small battean.
The schooner is owned by Messrs Sterling A
Shrews, of Baltimore; valued at about $8000. The
cargo was insured.
Captain Townsend complains of the treatment
he received at the hands of Colonel Titus, at Sand
Point, Indian River. The captain desires us to
return his thanks to Capt McNelty, of the steamer
Dictator, for courtesies extended.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
Steamship Marmora,-, to sall.Oct 30
Steamship Adalia,-, to sail.Nov 20
BritlRh steamship narien,-, sailed.Oct 5
Ship Gorilla, Say, cleared.Sept 23
Norwegian bark Skjold, Albrechtsen, up. .Sept 28
The Apolle, Jorgensen, up.Sept 22
The Duke of Wellington, Allen, sailed.Sept 1
The Clara, Nichols, up.Sept 29
The liomborsnnd. Neilson, sailed.Oct 2
Brig Cecilia, Bistrup, cleared...Sept 30
Brig Josie A Devereaux, Clark, up.Oct 5
Sehr Sarah Cullen, Avis, cleared.Oct 7
Sehr Hattie Lewis,-, sailed.Oct o
Brig Monica, McCobb, sailed.Oct 4
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, cleared.Oct 14
Sehr L QC Wlsriart, Mason, cleared.Oct 14
Sehr A Halev, Haley, cleared.Oct. 9
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, cleared.Oct 14
Sehr Georgetta Lawrence, Robinson. clear'd.Oct 13
Sehr Carrie Holmes, Holmes, cleared... .Oct 12
Sclit V?ale, Mason, cleared.Oct 13
Sehr Myrover, Brown, up.Oct 14
Brig Mary E Dana, O'Neill, cleared.Oct 12
Brig H C Brooks. Briggs, cleared.Oct 13
Sehr Glengarry, Yates, up.Oct 13
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, sailed.Oct 18
Sehr Virginia Dare, Johnson, up.,_Oct 2
Sehr Henrietta, Lcavltt, up.Oct 13
Sehr Mary E Fenwick, Darcy, cleared.Oct 12
Sehr Henrietta, Leavltt, up.Oct 13
L?rngs, (Erjemtcals, &t.
YE R'S CATHARTIC FILLS.
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A LAXATIVE
Perhaps no one medi?
cine ls so universally re?
quired by everybody as
a cathartic, n^r was
ever any before so uni?
versally adopted into
use, in every country
and among all classes,
as this mild but efflclent
purgative PILL. The
obvious reason ts, that
it ls a more reliable and
far more effectual rem?
edy than any other.
Those who have tried lt, know that it cured them:
those who have not, know that lt cures their
neighbors and friends, and all know that what it
does once it docs always-that Jt never rails
through any fault or neglect of Its composition.
We have thousands upon thousands of the certifi?
cates of their remarkable cures of the following
complaints, but such cures arc known in every
neighborhood, and wc need not publish them.
Adapted to all ages and conditions in alUlimates;
containing neither calomel or any deleterious
drug, they mav bc taken with safety by anybody.
Their sugar coat lng preserves them ever fresh and
makes them pleasant to take, while being purely
vegetable no harm can arise from their use in any
They operate by their powerful Influence on thc
Internal viscera to purify thc blood and stimulate
lt Into healthy action-remove the obstructions of
thc stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of
thc body, restoring their Irregular action to health,
and by correcting, wherever they exist, such
derangements as ?ire the first origin of dincase.
Minute directions are given In thc wrapper on
the box. for thc following complaints, which these
PILLS rapidly cure:
For DYSPEPSIA or INDIGESTION, LISTLESSNESS.
LANGUOR and Loss of APPETITE, they should be
taken moderately to stimulate thc stomach and
restore Its healthy tone ami action.
For LIVER COMPLAINT and Its various symp?
toms, BILIOUS HEADACHE, SICK HEADACHE, JAUN?
DICE or GREEN SICKNESS, BILIOUS COLIC and
BILIOUS FEVERS, they should be judiciously taken
for each case, to correct the diseased action or
remove thc obstructions which cause it.
For DYSENTERY or DIARRHOEA, but one mild
dose ls generally required.
For RHEUMATISM, GOUT, GRAVEL, PALPITATION
OF THE HEART, P>JN IN THE SIDE, BACK and
U NOS, they should bc continuously taken, as re?
quired, to change thc diseased action of the sys?
tem. With such change those complaints dis?
For DROPSY and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS they
should be taken In large and frequent doses to
produce the effect of a drastic purge.
For SUPPRESSION a large dose should bo taken
as lt produces the desired effect by%ynipathy.
As a DINNER PILL, take oneoY two" Pi LU to pro?
mote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels Into healthy action, restores the appetite,
and invigorates the system. Hence it ls often ad?
vantageous where no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often linds that a
dose of these PIUS makes him feel decidedly bet?
ter, from their cleansing and renovating effect on
thc digestive apparatus.
DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Practical Chemists.
Lowell, Mass., U. S. A.A
Sold at wholesale and retail by DOWIE
MOISE, Charleston, S. C., and by Retail Druggists
everywhere. Die oct4 mwf3mos
E C A R E F U
VYhcn you are exhausted by overwork of head
or hand, and feel the need of something invigorat?
ing, don't drink whiskey or any Intoxicating
thing, whether under the name of Bitters or other?
wise. Such ardi les give just as much strength
to your weary body und mind as the whip gives
to the jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stim?
ulants nre Injurious to nerve health, and are al?
ways followed by depressing reaction.
DODD'S NERVINE AND LWICORATOR
Is a Tonic and gentle'stimulant, which is not at?
tended by reaction. What it gains for vou it
maintains. When it refreshes body or mind, lt
refreshes with natural strength that comes to
stay. Wc are not recommending teetotalism In
thc interest of any faction; but long and extend?
ed observation teaches us that he who resorts to
the bottle for rest or recuperation, will find, as he
keeps at lt, that he ls kindling a lire in his bones
which will consume like thc flames of perdition.
Turn from it. Take a touic that will refresh and
not destroy. DODO'S NERVINE is for sale bv all
Druggists. Price One dollar. See book of certi?
ficates that accompanies each bottle.
R . R I C II A U ' S
Ask for no other, take no other, and you will
save time, health and money.
$1000 reward for any case of disease In any
stage which they fail to cure.
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 1 cures
Ulcers, Ulcerated Sore Throat and Mouth, Sore
Eyes, Cutaneous or Skin Eruptions, Copper Col?
ored Blotches, Soreness of the Scalp, Scrofula,
Ac; ls the greatest Renovator, Alterative and
Blood Purifier known, removes all diseases from
the system, and leaves the blood pure and healthy.
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 cures
Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism lu all its
forms, whether from mercury or other causes;
gives immediate relief in all cases. No dieting
necessary. I have thousands of Certificates
proving the miraculous cures effected by these
remedies. Price of either No.'.l or No. 2, $5 per
bottle, or two bottles for $9.
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe,
speedy, pleasant and radical cure for all Urinary
Derangements, accompanied with full directions.
Price $3 per bottle. i
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUR,
radical cure for Nervous or General Debility, in
old or young, imparting energy with wonderful
effect. Price $5 per bottle, or two bottles for $9.
On receipt of price these Remedies will be ship?
ped to any place. Prompt attention paid to all
correspondents. None genuine without the name
of "Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN REMEDIES, D. B.
RICHARDS, Sole Proprietor," blowu In glass or
Address D. B. RICHARDS,
No. 228 Varlck street, New York.
Office hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Circulars sent. july3 lyr
UPILAU'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SURE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a Bottle. Sent by mall, postage
paid, on receipt of price.
Thc Antidote ls the best remedy that can be
administered in Manla-a-Potu, and also for al
For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street,
octe Agent for South Carolina.
pAST FREIGHT LINE
TO BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON AND
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
The Steamship MARYLAND. Johnson .^??5?
Commander, will ?ail for Baltimore ^-fMftim
?ATURnAY AFTBRNOON, October 23d, at half-past
1 o'clock, from Pici No L Cnion Wharves.
j8S-Insurance by the Steamers of this line ii
per cent. Philadelphia Freights forwarded to
that city by railroad from Baltimore without ad?
ditional expense for insurance.
OS- Through Bills Lading given to PHILADEL?
PHIA, BOSTON and the CITIES OF THE NORTH?
For Freight engagements or Passage, apply to
COURTENAY A TRENHOLM,
oct20 4 Union Wharves.
O R NEW YORK.
The steamship MANHATTAN. IL S-^trESS*
Woodhull Commander, will be dlspatch-2^]fiM?
ed for the above port on SATURDAY, the 23d ii
stant, at - o'clock.
For Freight or Passage apply to
OCt20 4 . JAMES ADC-ER A CO., Agents.
TEAM TO BOSTO N
We are prepared to give Through ^Fflfek.
Kills of Lading for Cotton, to Boston,???tt?Mti?
via Semi-Monthly Line Boston and Savannah
Steamships, and Steamers DICTATOR, CITY
POINT and PILOT BOY, at liberal rates. First
Steamer leaves Savannah on the 20th instant.
OCtl8 J. D. AIKEN A CO.
OR NEW YORK.
REGULAR LINE EVERY THURSDAY.
The splendid Steamship MINNETON
KA, Captain Carpenter, will leave Yan-^&IfifiSfc
derhorst's Wharf on THURSDAY, October 2lst, at
4 o'clock P. M.
octl6_RAVENEL A CO., Agents.
?pOR PHILADELPHIA AND BOSTON.
Thc Steamship J. W. EVERMAN,
Captain J. N. Hinckley, will leave North._
Atlantic Wharf THURSDAY, October 2lst, 1869, at
4 o'clock P. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JOHN A THEO. GETTY,
octl6 North Atlantic wharf.
OR NEW YORK.
The fine Steamship GEORGIA, Cap- jeg&fa.
thin Cutler, will load for the "'-^nWntfi
port, and will have dispatch.
OCtll_RAVENEL A CO., Agents.
rJRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
'CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA
And other places, should lay in their^dpjCfife
supplies ol' clarets, champagnes, ^-KuiWm
dials. Brandies, Whiskies Wines, Canned Soups
and Meats, American and English Biscuits, De?
villed Ham, Tongue, Lobster, Durham Smoking
Tobacco and Imported Segars.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 2?5 King street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.
Branch of No. 900 Broadway, corner 20th street
New York. sept28 enios
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COUTTS
THROUGH LINE TO .T
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN
CHANGE OF SAILING DAYS.
Steamers of the above Une leave Pier
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal street,._
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the 1st, nth am
2lst or every month (except when these dates fal
on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding.)
Departure or 1st and 21st connect at Panam
with steamers for South Paclflc and Central Amei
lean ports. Those or 1st touc'i at Manzanillo.
Departure or 11th ol each month connects wit,
thc new steam line from Panama to Australia an
Steamship CHINA leaves San Francisco Io
China and Japan October 4,1869.
No California steamers toucli at Havana, but g
direct from New York to Asplnwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adul
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or further Information ai
plv nt thc COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on th
wharf, foot of Canal-street, North River, Nc
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
-p O ll F L O R I D A ,
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA AND JACK
On and after thc 23d of October p _?JK^*I
the steamer CITY POINT, Captain?g^??55L
George E. McMillan, will sall froniCharlesto
every SATURDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
Returning, the CITY POINT will leave Savanna
every THURSDAY MORNIKO, at o o'clock, connec
tug with Central Railroad at Savannah ror Mobil
au'i New Orleans, and with the Florida Rallroa
at Fernandina ror Cedar Keys, at which polr
steamers connect willi New Orleans, Mobile, Pei
sac?la, Key West and Havana.
Through Bills or Lading given for cotton per Si
van nah line of steamers to Boston.
Through Bills or I.ailing given for goods to Mt
bile, Pensacola and New Orleans.
J. D. A IK KN A CO.. Agents,
oct is_South Atlantic Wini rf.
pOR SAVANNAH VIA BEAUFORT
Thc fast steamer "PILOT BOY," _ rTT***
Captain Fenn Peck, will leave Mid-dg^uGa
die Atlantic Wharf for above points every Tn UK:
DAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock, until further notlci
Returning, will leave Savannah SATURDA
MOHNINO, at 7 o'clock.
The PILOT BOY will touch at BlufTton on ht
way to Savannah on the 14th October, and als
on her way back on thc 16th October.
oct9_J. D. AIKEN A CO.
pOR BEAUFORT VIA ROCKVILLE
ED1STO AND CHISOLM'S LANDING.
The rast steamer "PILOT BOY," _ .rtr*",r>i
Captain Fenn Peck, will leave Mid- MaBBBBi
die Atlantic Wharf for above points every MONDA
MORNING, at 8 o'clock, until further notice.
Returning, will leave Beaufort every TCESDA
MORNING at 6 o'clock, and Edlsto 2 o'clock P. >
octo_J. D. AIKEN A CO.. Agents.
QUANGE OF SCHEDULE
FOR PALATKA FLORIDA.
VIA SAVANNAH. FERNANDINA AND JACKS0?
i The Elegant and First-class " rJT****
Steamer DICTATOR, Captain W. T JafSttB
McNelty, will sall from Charleston every TUES
DAY EVENING, nt S o'clock, Tor the above points.
Returning, thc Steamer will leave Savanna
SUNDAY MORNINO, at 9 o'clock
Connecting with the Central Railroad at Savar
nah for Mobile and New Orleans, and, with tn
Florida Railroad at Fernandina for Cedar Keyi
at which point steamers connect witli New Ol
leans, Mobile, Pensacola, Key West and Havant
Through Bills Lading signed to New Orleans au
All freight payable on the whaW.
Goods not removed at sunset will be stored ti
risk and expense of owners.
r J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
oct4 South Atlantic Wharf.
Orngs, (Eljemicals, Ut.
o s K o o !
On account of the great number or Wonderft
Cures of obstinate and inveterate
GENERAL BAD HEALTH. Ac,
MADE BY TUE
"C ELEBRATED K0SK00,
It has won thc enviable reputation or being th
best and most popular Medicine ever discovered.
It Is dally prescribed by physicians, and rccorc
mended by many thousands of our best citizens.
For sale by
DOWIE & MOISE,
", Charleston, S. C.
And Druggists and Merchants everywl ere.
OS- Ladies suffering frc m any Disease peculla
to their sex, eau be restored to health by uslni
DR. LAWRENCE'S "WOMAN'S FRIEN.'." I
purifies the secretions, and restores the system t
a healthy condition.
For sale by
DOWIE A. MOISE,
july20 lyro*c CharXst' a. S. C.
?pOR NEW YORK.
Thc First-class Regular Tacket Schooner
B,N. HAWKINS, Wvatt master, having ai*
portion of her cargo engaged, will load with dis?
patched. For balance of room, apply to
oct20 2 WILLIAM ROACH A- CO.
J! OR HAVRE DIRECT.
Thc splendid New Al American Clipper ?x?
Brig MARV M. FRANCIS, Francis master.SgT
(capacity 1300 bales,) having two-thirds or"her
cargo engaged, will load with quick despatch.
For balance room, apply to
octl8 mwf WILLIAM ROACH k CO.
The American Bark ANNIE KIMBALL,
Stlnson Master, having alarge part of her^_
cargo engaged, will be dispatched for the a
For Freight engagement ? apply to
STREET BROTHERS k CO,
The ANNIE KIMBALL ls of small capacity.
EXCURSIONS TO ALL POINTS OP
INTEREST AROUND TH li HARBOR.
The fast sailing and comfortably ap?
pointed Yacht ELEANOR will now r?sume J_
her trips to all points in the harbor, starting
EVERY MORNING, at io o'clock, from South Com?
For Passage or Charter, apply to
septl3 Captain, on board.
jgOUTH CAROLINA RAILROA?.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
CHARLESTON, S. C., Sept. 15,1869. f
On and after Thursday, September 16, the Pas?
senger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will
run as follows:
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M
Arrive at Augusta.4.? P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Mem?
phis, Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery
and Grand Junction.
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.40 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester
Railroad, and Camden train.
Leave Augusta......8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
Leave Columbia.7.45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.7.M P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.W A. XL
Connecting with trains for Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.6.05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A. M.
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with Greenville
and'Columbla Railroad, and on Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays with Charlotte and South Caro?
Leave Columbia.5.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
Leave Charleston.4.05 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.5.30 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M.
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains on
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, and be?
tween Camden and Ringville dally, (Sundays ex
heeptcd,) connects with up and down Day ..Pas?
sengers at Kiugville.
Leave Camden.6.35 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.1.45 P. M.
Arrive at Camden.6.00 P. M.
(Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
septic General Superintendent.
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