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ADVERTTSBRS will take notice that we cannot
^engage that any advertisement sent to THE
NEWS o?iee at a later hour than halt-past nine
o'clock at night will appear In the next morn?
ing's paper. An exception to this mle is made
?ic tavor ot notices of meetings, deaths an i
Meetings This Day.
Hibernian Society, at S P. M.
Jefferson Lodge, at 8 P. M.
Reform Club. Wurd 3, at S P. M.
Reform Club, Ward S, at 3 P. M.
Vigilant Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
Chamber of Commerce, at 1 P. M.
Carolina Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
Hook and Ladder, No, 1, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
John G. Mllnor & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, blankets, dry goods, Ac
Richard Caldwell will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at his store, shoulders, butter, Ac.
T. M. Cater will sell at 9 o'clock, at his store,
batter, lard, Ac._
RANGE OF THE THERMOMETER at Joseph
Blackman's drug store. No. 39 Broad street,
September 5: 8 o'clock, 78; 10, 82; 12, 80; 2, 86;
i, 8?; 6, 82; 8, 81. _
NEW SEA ISLAND COTTON.-Messrs. W. B.
Williams A Son received on Saturday, per
steamer Dictator, the first bag ot the new crop
of Florida long cotton.
ACCIDENT.-A little colored girl, three years
old, fell out of the second-story window on
$ast Bay, near Tradd street, yesterday after?
noon, injuring herself severely In the head and
MRS. E. B. WHITE'S SCHOOL.-This school ls
on Murray HUI, in the most agreeable part of
New York City. It is highly recommended,
Jtnd we are assured that Mrs. White, herself a
Southerner, is willing to make a liberal de?
duction in the case ol Southerners who are in
. straitened circumstances.
THE BEST WAT TO SETTLE DIFFICULTIES
that can't be settled any other way ls to go to
law about it. For Instance, Margaret Smith
tmd Anny Brown beat each other. Anny
sought the protection of the law at the hands
ol Trial Justice Bunch, and Margaret was sen?
tenced to thirty days In jail. Meanwhile Mar?
garet applied to Trial Justice Levy, stated the
case, and Anny was sentenced to thirty days
In Juli also.
REFORM MEETING ES WARD 2_A very large
meeting of the Reforme .-s was held last night,
at the Hibernian Hall, President George A.
Bowman in the chair. The hall was crowded
to Its lullest extent, and the addresses of Mr.
M. P. O'Connor, who was introduced by Mr. J.
N. Nathans, and Mr. T. Bernard King, who
was Introduced by Mr.' C. 0. Trumbo, drew
forth the most enthusiastic applause. Mr. Wil?
liam Black and Mr. C. Turnbull Maokey were
called upon, and gave a good account ot their
work In the country, at the various Reform
meetings lately held, especially at those held
on the line of the Northeastern Railroad.
A letter from the central committee was
read, and its si jgestlons adopted.
At the conclusion of Mr King's very forcible
. and Interesting speech, the meeting, on mo?
ENTERTAINMENT FOR TRAVELLERS-THE
BRANCHA CLLS EATING-HOUSE.-The officers of
the South Carolina Railroad Company desir?
ing to supply a want that lias long been feit,
have established a first-class eating-house at
Branchville. The old house there has been
thoroughly renovated and conveniently alter?
ed for this purpose. It ls now supplied with
ample kitchen accommodation, wash-rooms,
for ladies and gentlemen, In which dusty
travellers can refresh themselves before par?
taking of thc ample and well-cooked meals
that are served upon the arrival of each pas?
senger train. The ladles' reception-room is a
model of neatness and comfort, and the eating
room ls well arranged, either as a lunch or
-dining-room. The furniture, cutlery, crockery,
table linen, Ac, are all new and handsome.
Especial pains are taken to have eic onliness
and neatness in every department ot the
This establishment ls in charge of Mrs. E. A.
Carroll, assisted by her son, Mr. Edward Car?
roll. It ha3 been opened about a month, and
the manner in which lt has been conducted
has given general satisfaction. The house ls
now pronounced by the travelling public to
be* one ot the be3t, If not the best, railroad
.eating-houses in the South.
RADICAL WARD MEETINGS.-Last night the
' Radicals held meetings in all of - the wards ol
:the city for the purpose of electing delegates
to the County Convention, (to be held on the
12th instant,) which will nominate candidates
Cor county commissioners, school commission
- er, judge of probate, senator and members of
the House of Representatives. There were In
? all of the meetings we witnessed more or less
disorder, but so far as we could learn there
were nd knock-down arguments use J. 1
The Radical house of Charleston County ls
divided against itself and must surely fall. The
Radicals generally, when invited to the meet?
ings last night, were advised not to conduct
their meetings in such a manner as to give
their enemies "grounds for sneers or ridi?
cule." Voters of Ward 1 were exhorted to
vote for Republicans, and not to be intimida?
ted by the Rule And Ruin Ring;" those ot Ward
2 were told to show the Rule and Ruin Ring
that they took an interest In ward meetings;
those 6f Ward 3 were entreated to turn
. out, as the "Rule and Ruin Ring would be
present In great force and attempt to brow?
beat the honest gates of this stronghold of Re?
publicanism;" those of Ward 6 were inform?
ed that it was the "bully" ward, which would
"settle the 6tatus of the Rule or* Ruin Ring;"
. and, as an extra inducement for the voters o?
Ward 7 to attend, they were told "to be
on hand to let out" "the dark lantern fellows,"
who said that they were going to meet In the
Ward 7 room.
.Liter.,-We learn, through Messrs. J.W. Grif
*-?a and James*Harrington, that in Ward 1 the
Radicals who consider "Daddy" Cain county
chairman, a?d those who believe Mlshaw to
hold that poeiuon, elected delegates. The
parties above referred lo state that Mackey's
friends had armed men at the doors to prevent
Mishaw's and Griffin's friends from entering,
and those of them who secured entrance were
not allowed to vote as they desired. In Wards
1, 2, 5 and 6, and perhaps In others, the fac?
tions split, and both elected delegates. We
have been favored with a list ot the names of
most of the delegates, but, as it is not certain
who are really elected, we decline publishing
Httel Arrival?, September 5.
J. B. Carrigan, Wright's Bluff; G. W. Driggs,
Washington; J. S. Foster, Northeastern Rail?
F. D. Lee, Augusta; G. S. Douglass, Camden;
W. S. Ford, Alabama; C. H. Bass, Mrs. Wallace,
ff. A. Grondelle, England; King Booth, New
THE STAT? IN' A. NUTSHELL.-Mr. Preston C.
Drake, of Bennettsvllle, died on, Tuesday.
Mrs. M. Webster, wife of Mr. George Web
ster, died in Marlboro' on Monday.
Sam Peel killed Archy Quick, at Bennetts
ville, on Sunday. * j ,' " "".
The cotton in Chesterfield and adjoining
counties ls suffering from rust. The Democrat
estimates that the crop will be cut off one
firth by it.
THK SALE OF SECURITIES belonging to the
city, advertised"" to take place yesterday, to
satisfy the claims of the executors of Gibbon,
and others, was postponed for twc weeks.
We understand that the postponement was In
consequence of the discovery that the securi?
ties in question were among the assets decid?
ed by Judge Carpenter not to be liable, as the
common property o? the city, for its debts. It
would seem, however, that such an objection
to the sale would be quite as valid a fortnight
her/ce as now.
CLUBS ANTI STARS.-Jacob Butler was sent
to jail for thirty days for trespassing upon Mr.
Chlsolm's premises, corner of Yanderhorst and
William L. Witherspoon was sentenced to
thirty days in jail fov assaulting Jane Rut?
Lizzie Johnson, a vagrant, was sentenced
to twenty days in jail.
Jane Dugan, for beating Rachel Artope, was
sentenced to thirty days in jail.
John Flaherty, tar raisins a row in Meeting
street, was fined ?10 or goes to ?ail for twenty
John Hudson and Timothy Robinson were
each sentenced to $5 fine or ten days in jail.
George W. Williams, reported previously as
having been turned over for prosecution for
beating Hannah Dolly with a board, has been
sent to jail.
Mary Jane Leahey was fined S10 or twenty
days in jail for keeping a disorderly house in
Anna Abrams was sent to the House of Cor?
rection for twenty days for robbing Mr. Chris?
topher Boags. She is only twelve years old.
Patrick Ward, for raising a disturbance In
Elliott street and assaulting a policeman, was
fined $10 or twenty days In jail.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
? EAGLE HALL, September 2,1870.
At a regular monthly meeting of the Eagle
Steam Fire Engine Company, convened this
evening, the accompanying preamble and res?
olutions were unanimously adopted:
We are again called upon to perform the sad
duty of chronicling the death of our deceased
honorary member. E. DCTORT, which painful
event occurred in Savannah, Georgia, on the
3d August, 1870.
For many years he was connected with us as
a worthy, faithful and efficient member, and
on retiring from active duty, as a recognition
ol' his services, his name was inscribed on our
Cut down in the prime of life, with all his
energy and faculties in full bloom, it ls, indeed,
sad, and, though we were deprived of the plea?
sure and gratification of soothing his dying
houx3, yet we have the privilege I?ft of offer
iug the last tribute to his memory by the ac?
jResolved, That by the death of our honorary
brother, E. ^UFORT, this company has lost a"
zealous member and esteemed friend. .
Resolved, That we bow In submission to the
decree of Providence, and lender our heartfelt
sympathies to the family of the deceased.
Evolved, That we wear the usual badge of
mourning at our next parade, and that a page
in our minute book be inscribed to. his
Resolved, That a copy of the above pream
amble and resolutions be sent to the family of
the deceased, and that they be published in
THE DAILY NEWS.
Letter from i ud O'Hare.
[From the XIX Century for September.)
Charleston possesses a senilis in the person
of Tad O'Hare, cousin-gcrman to Terence
McGrant, of the White House. Tad has been
writing a letter to his Cousin Terence about
affairs in this city, and Terence has sent it to
us for publication, if we wish lt. We gladly
accept ot it, and insert it in "Tad's own nand
writin' and spelling'.'"-ED. CENTURY.
CUARLESSTON, IN SOUTH KALLIN'AR, I
August the 5. 1870. f
Aie Deer Cuzzin: I takes me pen in hand tu
rite tu yes, informin' yes that we ar awl sics
at tiles prisents and hope Dies lu Ivens wll find
yes In the same state uf heit h. The cauz uf
bur Uc^?, ye must kno is a terlble"- frite that
we've all bin a havln, to be sure, owln to a
lille broth.ul a fellow nc bigger than a wee
spalpeen ut a boy, as cals himself Hix, bad
luck to him. And the trubblesum mite ut a
chap, whu hasn't lived in our b'luved palmet
ter State more nur tu yeres, or thereabouts,
purtends to leclur us "natives as wur born to
manners," (that's Shackspur, me deer,) and
tels us as-how. what we must be afther a doin'
in politiks, bad cess tu him.
Wei, ye must kno that iverybody ls a inter
vlewin' iverybody, and a button-holln' lvery
one- as they meets um, and frum mouth tu
mouth, and frum korner tu korner; frum the
soshul ta-party at Mrs. O'Hare's-that's my
own dnxlin' wile, your cuzzln-ln-luw, me deer
Terry-tu the nuzepaper donkey compounds
on the Bay, but won question ls a bein axed,
"how goes the batle ?"
Wei, ye must kno that the last frite we had
wu s a misunderstand^' between this mite of a
man, and the coves of the Kuze otnz, who. If
lt hadn't bin fur a onfortunat mistake wuld
have had the honor also uf bein born on Kalll
nar sile, and bein natives til, but they wusu't,
ye see. This misunderatandiu' was kaused by
a playful remark as maid by wu n of these nnze
boys, when he towld Mishter Hix as how "they
didn't care a red kerrin fdr the money, its the
principles they need," or sumtbin' ur that sort,
1 furgit the xact words. But now, ye see, the
ould woman of the Kurrier has picked up the
gluv, and pitched Into the little parson-fur ye
must kno that by thc same token, this broth
uf a boy is a person tu-and bin and given him
a terlble trou ns: n".
Ye Bee the ould woman has the room-attics
or the newrology, or some other dlsase, so
that under a grate xcltement, she makes a
mltey bad showing, just like the ould wheezing
wind-mill that she is, to be shure, goln round
and round, whi?hlver wav the wind bloze, but
? grindin no korb, do ye "see. Well Symmins,
I the rale quill-driver uf the ?'urrier, was out uf
town, a trylfi to reform the polilrkal morals ut
the people Irvthe upcountry, so the ould gran?
ny called Misther J. Baret Kohn, Esq., mor?
ney at law, etc., etc.. so we are.to'wld, to the
sanctum, and the follerln rich sene insude.
The ould, woman grately aggltated, pertusely
perspirin' and grindin' her gums-she's lost
her teeth, ye kno-walkin' up and down,
around and akross t ha,, famed retrat? ofgauius,
the Kurrier editorial rutne3. shtoppci ?li uf a
8uddln, as a body may say, befor the lamed
gintleinau, and striking au atitnde, delivered
"Tunder and litenin, Baret ! Have yes red
The XIX Century for Aitgust ?" Now ye must
know, me deer cuzzin, The XIX Century is
the book that this little blt of a mite of a spal?
peen of a parson Hix edits; so ye see he's an
editor tu, in arid?sima tu his other krimes.
J. B. K., which ye know. Terry, stands for
Jacob Baret Kohn, put on a bit ufa non-com
itol wink, a sort ufaknoin leer, pukuliar to
some lawyers-bad 1'ick lo the hole uf em, sez
I-and anscred the ould woman, "uf korse I
"Very gud. very gad-bad I mane." sez the
ould one. "But I want yes to smash lt ! D'ye
here ? Smash it, I say ! And the ould kreeter
-fumed and puffed jike an ould wornout siauie
botein kocfederit times. "Yes,.sir, smash it
is the word, and it won't be the furst impel
dent stranger I've smashed. Smasher's nu
name, bejabers," sez she, ' and smash it ?hall
be." Oh, Terry deer, H wus the most outiful
est sene ye ever saw at all, at all. Be me sow!,
the ould woman hiked as tho' she only wished
she had a bit of ashelalah in her big fisht, and
the little parson editur be the nape of the neck,
huw she wuld smash him. tu be shure.
"But how," bez J. B. K., "ye don't intind
persone! vialenz. Mrs. Smasher, does ve, spe?
cify as that XIX Century editur ls a ?rend o'
"Frend ! Frend o' mine, slr ! No man is a
trend o' mine whu dusn't put munney In my
purse, sir; whu dusn't think es I think, air;
who dusn't grind at my mill, and turn around
with the same brezo as turns me, slr ! !
"All rite," 8aj6.J.="B. K.' -"We!ll- smash him,
sum way another. Ef w e kan't du lt by fare
menes, why we kan du it anlther way, ye
kno," says he, tippln the ould woman a sly
wink out'n the learner of his eye. and a
feelin' ol his bit of mustacb. "But ye know e3
how, Mrs. Smasher," sez he, "lt's a big Job, lt
ia, and Its mitey litel argument we're got to
Eercede with. Es ther*s so lltle material to
lld with, hau nt we better be after sendln fur
'Karpinter be -!" yeld out the ould
woman. "I wish Td nlver 'seen him, at all, at
all; nor other fellow ayther, a3 fur that; and I
don't men? to be after wastin eny argument.
It must be sumthin' else; sumthin' startlln';
stuathin' to raze the di vii and turn the publik
aginst him intirely. Tell any lize about him
ye plaze," sez she, 'she did, "fur ye kno as how
at least fifty peeple rede the A'urrifr wher
wua redes 'The XIX Century, and they'll
b'ileve whatlver we sez about him, and nlver
shtop to find out ef its thru or not. We'll crush
him ! we'll smash him '. we'll kill his bark ?
we'll turn him out'n his church ! we'll blacken
his karacter ! we'll run him out'n the town !
we'll-we'll-" and here the ould woman broke
complately down with rage and shpite, and
wuld have fallen into a flt, if J. B. K. hadn't
kaut her in his arms and held a kan o' koro
seea ile undur the ould kreeter's noze to bring
her tu; and here I think, me deer Terry, is
war J. B. K. dun very rons, fur ef he had left
her gone off thin lt wud har bin sich a relafe
to her moarnln' trends. But ye kno "the gude
Well ye must kno, me deer cuzzen, that the
upshot uf the hole thing was an editorial next
moram' In the Kurrier, made up uf ekal parts
of potash-which meafls lye-assafetlda and
brimstone. A bit uv a mixture of Jew and
Christian. Oh, be my sowl Terry, il was fun?
ny, lt was, to hear a Jew, and one tu who be
lo'ngs to the prastehood-bad luck to him-a
quoii n' part of the sarmon on the Mount. Did
ye?? ever here the likes of lt before ! Well lt
was a mane, contemptibel attack, leveled'
shtrait at the hed and hart of the little edltci
ot The XIX Century. Shure, lt was tu mane
to hurt much. Ir. told a big lie, which ivery
body In touc knos to be false, when it sed as
how thal Doctor Hix-fur ye must kno Terry,
me deer, thar this same little rascal as I'm a
tellin' ye uf has a big handle to his name, and
the people all calls him doctor, bad luck to
him-had gone over to the Scott party.
Blood an' ounds, Terry, but ye should have
bin here to see the xltement. Iverybody was
tellin' iverybody what iverybc-/ knew alrea?
dy. Sum was a ci irs in', and sum was a damln;
and sum was mad, and sum was madder; the
hole toun beleved what the Afumer sed; those
who had red The XIX Century, for August,
run home to rede lt aguln and see If lt was
thrue, but they couldn't find ennythlng that
looked like a wurd for Scott; those thal hadn't
red it beleved the Kurrier ennyhow. Well,
this mornln' the little parson, edltur, doctor;
ansered the arllkel of the Kurrier In a quiet,
dignified way, hittln'.em hard noxtho'and
axin em sum pelitlkel questshnns that's goin'
to be pretty hard for em to anser, now mind
what I tel ye.
The Kurrier and auld Mrs. Smasher hes got
therselves in a bad fix. and wil be alter a feel?
ing the effex uf lt fur manny a day; and that's
not awl, Terry, fur I here that thare's goin' to
be a lawsute for damages agin the ould wo?
man, for gi vin' the little chap a bad karacter,
and fur tryin' to smash his buk, and fur oilier
charges tii numents tu menshun. I don't kno
how much damage they'll be after elvin* him,
but I think the lltle doctor, edltur, parson
vallers hlsself purty high, ef he ls so lille. So
ef ye here of the Kurrur losin' the kase. and
bein' sold out fur damages, and bein' bought
In by the little cuss, and swallowed up In Tia
XIX Centum, don't be surprised, cause it mite
be, ye kno. Smashers, ye* kno, sumtlmes git
And now, me deer Terry, I've writ so much
that I have no space left to tel ye about the
beautiful mux we've got our polltlks In here In
Kaillnar. Fur the life uf me, I kant tell how
to vote at all, at all. Here cums the black
Radical Republicans, a cottonln' up to the
bloody nagurs-the dlvll fly away wld the hole
uf em', sez I-at ir.' and slaplu' wld em to git
lhare votes, to put carpet-baggers and scala?
wags.into orris, and then lettln' the nagur go.
Next cums the Reformers, a doln' the same
? things, hob-nobbln with the blackest ut em,
travelln round the kountry spachlfying and
prazin em up to the skize. Jlst to git thare
votes so's tu put the whiles lntu offis. and then
they'll drop em tu, like hot pertaties. But
what we ould shtrate out Dlmocrats are tu do.
ls a raistery tu me. Here we are, me and a
mltey site more uf the same old Kaillnar stock,
what" have been Dlmocrats ever sence we left
the ould country, what's nlver voted fur enny
but Dlmocrats, and what's never goin tu vote
fur enny but Dimocrats, and now we.aint got
any Dlmocrats tu vote fur. We kan't vote fur
Scott, cause he's a Radical, and we kan't vote
fur Karpinter cause he's a Radical uf the wurst
sort. Now what are we tu do ? I wish ye wus
here with yer clear and brilliant head-no In
8inuashuns ment up its color, Terry-I kno
yes could give U3 sum advise. Scott's bad.
Karplnter's badder, the Radical platform's
baddest, and the Reformer's platform ls the
most baddest uf all.
People keep a tellin' me that thare's only
two parties, and ef I don't be alter goin with
one I'm a working fur the other. Botheration
take it, but I kan't sec the truth in that same
saying at all, at all. Sure didn't we used to
rite in our cony books when we were young
'uns, and lirin lu deer ould Ireland-God bless
her foriver-somethln' that used to go like
this: "HTiere bad is the best, naught must be
the choice." Some tels me "of two evils chiiae
the least." "Just so," I answer em, "but when
on one side is the div;], and on the other the
deep sea, which side will ye cotton to ?" and
divil an anser kan they giye me. My answer
ls, "If ye have standin' room, fite em both,"
and, be jabers, me and the little doctor I towld
ye about .abuv, is goin tu do that same. The
times'll be after changing sum day, the lane
will be havin a crook in it sure, aud then me
and the doctor, and all the rest ut em as stand
thrue tu the principals that they fit, bled and
dide fur, will have nothintu be sorry fur in the
past. All we kau be after doln now is tu look
on and see the Ate, and watch the fur fly. We
kan't take part with ayther party, cause thare
tu much allk. "As well ate the dlvil as the
broth he's biled in," sez I.
And now, me deer cuzzln, I must be alter a
klosln this pistle. which I hope may kum safe
tu hand; but if yes left Washington bet?re this
gits thare, and yes shouldn't git this, I hope
ye'Il be alter returning lt tu me by the first
male, wld directions w\re tu send* lt, so yes
may git it safe.
Yore cuzzln, Mrs. O'Hare, and awl the
childer send thar luv tu you and awl the
Yuie affectionately perplexed cuzzln.
P. S. If yes enid make lt convaynlent tu
kum tu this city about election times yes mite
assist us in carryin the. day. wun way or
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?Sf THE RELATIVES AND FRIENpS
of Hr. an ) Hrs. Jobo, Ryan, and of their., sons,
Wm. E. nod John T. Ryan, ana the Congrega?
tions of the First and Citadel Square Baptist
Churches, are respectfully invited to attend the
Funeral Services of Mrs. JOHN RYAN, at thc
Citadel square Baptist Church, at half-past 10
o'clock THIS MORXtxo. gep6
KNOX.-Died, at Mount Pleasant, on Wednes?
day, August 8lst, In the thirty-third year of his
age. GBO. D. KNOX, a native of Oxford, Mass. *
Spacial oil ceo.
pa- NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAV?
ING bills against the Schooners EMMA BAKER
or C. B. GRANT will please present them for pay?
ment on or before the 10th Inst. . .
K. B.-On and after this date all bills transact?
ed on accouut of Schooner EMMA BAKER will |
not be paid by me without my order.
C. B. GRANT.
September 3, 1870._sep3-3?.
pa- ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO
the Estate of A. F. CARSTENS win make-payment,
and all having claims against said'Estate will
present them properly attested, to the under?
signed, or to Messrs. SIMONS A SIEGLTNG. At?
torneys ai; Law. A. H. M. CARSTENS,
pB- STATE OF SOUTH * CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF KERSHAW. - LA?CHLIN B.
MCPHERSON, AS ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ES?
TATE OF CATHERINE MCPHERSON, DECEAS?
ED. VS: JOHN D. YOUNG.-COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.-Copy Summons for Money Demand
(Complalnt not Served.)-To JOHN D. TOUNG, the
Defendant in this action: You are hereby sum?
moned and required to answer the complaint m
this action, which ls this day filed In the office or
the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, for the
said Cooaty, aad to serve a copy of your answer
on the subscriber at his office, In Camden In said
State, within twenty days after the service of |
this summons on yon, exclusive of the day of ser?
If you ft. ii to answer this complaint within the
time aforesaid, the Plaintiff will take Judgment
against you for the sum of three thousand dollars,
with Interest at thc rate of seven per cent, per
annum frrim the first day of February, one thou?
sand eighn hundred and fifty-seven, and costs.
Dated Camden, S. C., July Slat, 1870.
J. M. DAVIS,
julygg-tiio_ Plaln'iff'a Attorney.
j&*-THE SHIVERING SEASON-THE
loss to the laboring classes of the United States
caused by fever and ague has been estimated at
upwards of two millions of dolla rs per annum.
Whole settlements are sometimes prostrated by
tile dlsea <e, aria lt ls regarded in some localities'
as one of ! hose visitations of Providence which
cannot be avoided. This ls a mistake. AB cer?
tainly as any ot the evils which are invited by
neglect may be forestalled by precaution, so cer?
tainly may an attack of Intermittent (or remit?
tent) fever be prevented by invigorating the sys?
tem with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters in advance
of the season at which this malady prevails. Pre?
vention, lt ia needless to say. ls the wisest policy;
but lt ls consoling to know that where time has
not been thus taken by the forelock, and the par?
oxysms have actually commenced, a complete
PBX? may. tn ali cases, be rapidly effected by the
use of thta powerful vegetable tonic. Thc repu?
tation of the Bitters aa a specific for dyspepsia,
liver complaint, constipation and nervous debili?
ty, hos In some measure thrown Into the shade
its merits a? a preventive and cure of other ail?
ments, bet all who have ever taken lt, either as a
protection against or remedy for ma'artous fe?
vers, will admit that lt surpasses In efficiency all
the so-called specifics (including quinine) usually
prescribed for t.'iede maladies, wnlle tt ls at the
same time entirely harmless and decidedly pala?
pa- NOTICE -OFFICE SAVANNAH
AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD COMPANY
CHARLESTON, S. C.-The Coupons ror interest
on the-Bonds or the Charleston and Savannah
Railroad Company, guaranteed by the State of.
South Carolina, which mature September 1st,
1870, will be paid on presentation, at the First Na?
tional Bank of Charleston.
.mg29 m_S. W. FISHER. Treasurer.
pa- NOTICE.-OFFICE SAVANNAH
AND CB ARLESTON RAILROAD COMPANY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.-The Coupons on the Bonds of
the Savannah and Charleston Railroad Company,
for funded Interest, which mature September 1st,
1870, will be paid on pr?sentai iou at the Banking
House of H. H. KIMPTON. FlaanclalJAgent State
of South Caronia, No, 9 Nassau street, New York,
or at the'Flrst National Bank of Charleston, at
the optldll of the holders. S. W. FISHER,
pa- A GOOD THING.-A. REMEDY
that will relieve women of those complaints that
are peculiar to ladies, ls a remedy without price.
This DR. J. BRADFIELDS'S FEMALE REGULA?
TOR will always do. For sale by
GOODRICH, WIN EM AN A CO.
jfef NOTICE. -THREE MONTHS AF
TER date application will be made by the sub?
scriber to the Bank of Charleston for RENEWAL
of CERTIFICATES-No. 7042, for two Whole
Shares: No. 3540, for roar Hair Shares; No. 3770.
for one Hilf Share; No. 380?, for three HaKShares:
No. 3385, ?'or four Half Shares; No. 4293, vfor six
Half Shares-In the Stock or said Bank, standing
In the name of the President and his successors
In of?ce of the Trustees or the Pineville Academy,
the original Certificates having been lost.
W. MAZYCE PORCHER.
President Board or Trustees Pineville Academy.
pa- NOTICE.-AT A MEETING OF
the Town Council of Monltrlevllie, Sullivan's Is?
land, held THURSDAY. August 20,1870, the follow?
ing resolutions were adopted:
. . * . . . . .
Resolved, That the Clerk of Council be 'Instruct
ed to advertise that all parties who havemado?ap
plication for Lots prior to August ll, mo, will
receive their certificates by calling on him, at
No. 15 Broad street, and paying ali charges, in?
cluding road duty for this year. '?
Resolve*. That all persons to whom Lot3 have
been granted must apply for the certificate of the
same, and pay all charges therein within thirty
(30) days after publication of notice heretofore
ordered, and that in default thereof the privilege
granted be forfeited.
Extract from the Minutes.
D. B. GILLILAND,
Clerk Town Council,
aug27 _Monltrlevllie, S. I.
pa- AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TRUSSES.-Comfort and Cure for the Ruptured.
Seat postpaid on receipt of 10 cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue, New
I SAVE MONEY BY HAVING YOUR
EXECUTED AT THE NEWS JOB
?"ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.-?as.
pa- AWAY WITH SPECTACLES. -OLD
Eyes made new, easily, without doctor or medi?
cines. Sent postpaid on receipt or io centB. Ad?
dress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
pa-k GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From tue time when, In 1834, Dr. RUGGE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid" and Its extraordinary medi?
cal effects, nothing in the history of Medicine has
equalled lt. Largely used by the French physi?
cians tn treatment or consumptive and scrora
10U8 diseases, lt was Introduced by the Court Phy?
sician of Berlin, MAX ERNST HENRY, Into Prus?
sia, and from thence to the United States. No?
thing else or the present day can eqnal HEN?
RY'S SOLUUON OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patients get better after only one
&>*e fia? been taken, and we cordially recommend
it to the public_[Editor "Argus." janlT lyr
UNITED STATES DIST BI CT
COURT-SOUTH CAROLINA ' DISTRICT.-IN BB
THE LAUREN'S RAILROAD COMPANY, BANK?
RUPTS-IN BANKRUPTCY.-The creditors pr the
Laarens Railroad Company, Bankrupts, are re
r|Ttlred, by order or the eonrt, dated August tat,
1870, to render and establish their respective
hens, berore 0. 0. JAEGER, Registrar, at New?
berry, Sodth Carolina, within thirty days frota
the publication hereof, or they will be precladc.l
from any distribution of the assets of the said
Bankrupt. JAMES M. BAXTER, Assignee.
Newberry, S. C., September 8,1870.
?ST.NOTICE.- CONSIGNEES PER
Schooner J. H. STICKNEY, from Baltimore, are
informed of her cargo being THIS DAT discharged
at Kerr's Wharf. All goods on the dock at san
sec will hz stored at risk and expense of owners.
sepg-l_STREET BROTHERS A CO.
??* CONSIGNEES PEE STEAMSHIP
CHAMPION, from New York, are notified that
she ls discharging cargo at Adger's South wharf.
Goods uncalled for at sunset will remain on the
wharf at owner's risk.
- JAMES ADGER A CO,
aepo-l_ . '. ._Agents.
CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER
MARYLAND, from Baltimore, are hereby notified
that she is THIS DAT discharging cargo at Pier
No. 1, Union Wharves. All Goods not taten away
at sunset, will remain on wharf at consignees'
risk. MORDECAI A 00.,
??-CONSIGNEE WANTED FOR FIVE
(?) BARRELS WHISKEY, recen ed from Baltimore
per Steamship Sea Gull, and marked J. Mc Nally.
Charleston, S. C. MORDECAI A CO.,
f&* NOTICE. - CONSIGNEES- PER
British Bark GRANTON are hereby notified that
she has THIS DAT been entered under the Five
Day Act. All goods not permitted at the expira?
tion of that time wi'l be sent to the Government
Stores. HENRY CARD,
ggj CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
J. W. EVERMAN, from Philadelphia, are nott
fled that she will discharge carga TO-PAT at
Brown's'South Wharf. Goods uncalled for at
sunset, will be stored~at expense and risk of con
slgnees. "?- WM A. COURTENAY,
?ar-NOTICE.-I WISH TO SAY THAT
Mr. 7CDIG0N, late of the firm oj MORGAN A
PUDIGON, for waking Turpentine, has no longer
any Interest ta Turpentine or other buslness'with
me. A. MORGAN.
Georgetown, September 1st, lSTQ. septs-6
?m* TO THE PUBLIC-OWING TO
the long continued term of hot weather, the pro
prictors of the Charleston Ice House, and the
Meeting Street Ice House, are compelled to ad?
vance the price of leo from one (1) to two (2)
cents per pound, in order to reduce consumption
and make the stock on hand last nntll more can
be secured. As. soon as the supply ls secured,
the price will be reduced to former rates.
ALVA GAGE A CO.,
sep5-2 _JOHN L??IHE._
pa*BANK OF NEWBERRY, S. C., AU?
GUST 25,18*0.-Notice ls hereby given that on the
lothorsepteiflber, 1870, thi'Transfer (or Stock)
Books or this Bank will be finally closed, to facili?
tate liquidation of the Bank. B. D. BOYD,
piF GERMAN SOCIETY OF SOUTH
CAROLINA.-Emigrants seeking employment can
obtain Information concerning the same from
Captain H. HARMS, Agent of this Society, whose
ofllce for the present ls at No. 89 East Bay.
Parties wishing to employ Emit, ants can consult
the Agent dally. Office hours from 12 to 2 o'clock.
PB* SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE PUB?
LIC-GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE-EVERYBODY
INTERESTED.-Extraordinary sale of Diamond
and Gold Jewelry, Silver and Platedware, Musical
Instruments, Sewing Machines, Dry and Fancy
Goods, Table Cutlery, Photograph Albums, arti?
cles of Virtu, and an endless variety of Foreign
and Domestic Goods, both useful and ornamen?
tal, at a uniform price of ONE DOLLAR each.
Agents wanted everywhere. Great induce
ments offered. Send for circular. Address,
C. C. CORY A CO.,
No. 193 Broadway,
Jun3-ftu3moB New York.
rp H E MARION STAB,
MARION, S. C.,
has a large and Increasing circulation among the
Influential planters and outness men of the Pee?
dee country. Crops were never more promising.
The enthusiasm for Reform U unbounded. The
circulation of THE STAR will be largely increas?
ed during the present campaign. Merchants and
others, in view of these facts and or the large
number of our planters who will vl|lt the Agri?
cultural Fair to be held In the city la November
next, will find its columns an excellent medium
through which to make their business and place
of business known. Rates of advertising liberal,
A FIRST CLASS HOTEL, European Plan. Loca?
tion unsurpassed, being near UNION SQUARE,
WALLACK'S THEATRE, and A. T. STEWART'S
New (up town) Store. Broadway and Twelfth
streets, New Yorfc 0. P. HARLOW,
TOWN OF SPARTANBURC, S. C.
This comfortable and convenient HOTEL ls
now open for the accommodation of transient
or permanent BOARDERS, under the manage?
ment of Mr. ROSS SPRIGG, formerly of Charles?
ton. The comfortable arrangements of Parlors
and Bed-rooms, with the convenient 1 cation In
the town, and Its nearness to Glenn's and Chero?
kee Springs, make it a desirable stopping place
or residence to the man of business, or the seek?
er of health or pleasure.
The table will be supplied with the best the
Charleston market or surrounding country can
furnish, which, with competent cooks and atten?
tive servants, cannot fall to j?ive satisfaction to
all who may favor the House with their pa?
A large Stable ls attached, where horses and
vehicles can be obtained for excursions luto
the country or other purposes. The terras will
be moderate, and cannot fail to give general sat?
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Legal-Notices, Real Estate Sales, and general
advertising Inserted In New York World, Tribune,
Journal of Commerce, Evening Po?t, and other
Northern papers, on favorable terms.
WALKER, EY ANS A COGSWELL,
mch31 tuths No. 3 Broad street.
-QR. BING'S PILE REMEDY.
For sale by DB. H. BAER.
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wlthjnumerous illustrations and a Map o? the
Pacido Railroad and the Northwest, fl 50.
Hark Twain's Innocents Abroad: or the NewPU
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G una's Domestic Medicine. New Revised Edi?
The Geological. Evidences of the Antiquity or
Man. with remarks on Theo-les or the Origin
of Species by Variation, by Slr Charles Lyle,
F. H. S., Ill Q.st ra ted, $3.
Health and Disease, as affected by constipation
and Us remedlclnal cure, by Dr. W. W. Hall,
$150. A new soppty of ''Hall s Health, of Good
.Living," $1 60, and "Sleep," $160.
Hans Anderson's New Books. Only a Fiddler, a
Danish Romance, $176; 0. .T., a Danish Ro?
mance, si 75.
Keebie's Letters; Letters of SDtrtual Counsel and
Guidance, by the late Rev. J. Keeble, edited
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The Devout Christian's Help to Meditation oh, the:
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Stepping Heavenward, by E. Prentiss. "Faint
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Consolations on Comfort for the Afflicted, edited
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Free Russia, by Wm. Hepworth Dixon, $2.
White as Snow, by Ed. Garret, author of "Occn
pattons of a Retired Life," Ac, Sheep, 75c;
The Virginia Tourist. Sketches of the Springs and
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Maps and Illustrations, $2 so.
Letters from Rome on the Connell, by Quinlans.
Reprinted from the Allegemelne Zeitung, au?
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ly adding New Books. They will alway3 And our
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tar Persons residing In the country will please
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ter Addr< as
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No. 280 KING STREET (in the Bend,)
Jun28-toths6mo8_Charleaton. 8. C.
AGRICULTURAL WORKS, ic.
THE PARKS. PROMENADES AND GARDENS OF
PARIS, IUustrated. 1 voL. svo.
Curtis's Farm Insects,with Colored Plates. 1 vol.,
Stephens'B Book of the Farm. 2 vola., Svo.
insect Enemies of Fruit and Fruit Trees, by Trtm
Viole's Six Lectures on Agriculture.
Wright's 3000 Receipts.
Yonatt on the. Dog, edited by Levis.
Mcclure's Diseuses, American Stable, Field and
Far AI Yard.
Stonehenge: The Horse in the Stable and the
American Gardiner's Assistant-Bridgman, revis?
ed by Todd.
Bridgman's Kitchen Gardeher, a new edition.
Culture or the Grape and WlnemaXlnjr, by Robt.
Buchanan, with an Appendix on the Cultiva?
tion of the Strawberry, hy Longworth.
Downlog's Landscape Gardening, Illustrated.
Farmer'? Barn Book, by Cater, Yonatt, Skinner
Gleanings from French Oardenlng, by Robinson.
Henry conrtland, or What a Farmer Can Do, by
A. J. Cline.
Leavitt: Facts about Peat, as an Article of FueL
The Sportsman and the Dog. 1 vol., l:2mo.
Woodward's Graperies and Horticultural Build?
ings. _ -.
The Honse: A New Manual of Rural Architecture,
or How to Build Dwelling0, Barns, Stables ana
Outbuildings or ali kinds.
The Garden: How to Cultivate Vegetables, Fruits
The Farm: A New Manual of Practical Agricul?
ture. . .
The Barn-Yard: A New Manual of?Cattle, Horse
and Sheep Husbandry.
Allen'a( R. W American Farm Book.
Alien's (R. L. and L. F.) New American Farm
Johnston's Elements of Agricultural Chemistry. .
Rummer's Method of Making Manures.
Breck's New Book of Flowers.
Caldwell's Agricultural Chemical Analysis.
Dadd'a American Cattle Doctor.
Johnson's How Crops Feed.
Johnson's How Crops Grow.
Mohr on the Grape Vine.
Our Farm of Four Acres,.
Pardee on Strawberry Culture.
Pedder"* Land Measurer.
Percher on Horse.
Randall's Sheep Husbandry.
Saunder's Domestic Poultry.
Turner's Cotton Planter's Manual.
Warder's Hedges and Evergreen?.
Waring's Draining for Profit and Heal'JL
Wheeler's Rural Homes.
Wheeler's Homes Tor the People.
Waite's Gardening for the Sonta.
Woodward's Country Homes.
Farm Talk (Brackett.)
Fuller's Forest Tree Guitarist.
Jennings on Cattle.
Jennings'.on the Horse and his Diseases.
May hew's Illustrated Horse Management.
McMahon's American Gardener. .
Norrlfl'a Fish Culture. *
The Horse (Stonehenge.) English edition. 8vo.,
The Mule (Riley.)
Thomas's Fruit Cuiturist.
may! Na 286 KLN J STKIR.
Drugs, Chemicals, &C.
riHE B RI LL I ANT SUC CES?
' . of *
THE TONIC OF THE COUNTRY.
Is unprecedented la the annals of Proprietary
SOLOMONS'S BITTER ?SI
Tlie Great Restorer.
Rebuilder of the
All who wish to bc Reconstructed, use it for
Loss of Appetite
And the "Hollow Cheat" of
Prepared at the Laboratory of
A. A. SOLOMONS A CO.,
?9-Sold by ali Druggists. . ?. , .
W. S. CORWIN A CO. will supply it at Froprle
tora'prices, ., ' ,?, mchl-tuthsgmos.
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS
They are purely vegetable, safe and sure, Th<
best m use. For sale by Dr. H. RAER,
No. 131 Meeting street,
00? Wholesale Agent
? Bf JOHN fi. MIL>?K * CO. :
BLANKETS, DRY GOODS. CLOTHING,
? SHIRTS, HATS, Ac "
?J? v?*Y??e 1th ln3tant, we win sell at ^ur
Store, No. l3o Meeting street, . ' . 1 .>?.'..; i
". ". ...'. .AT 10 0:CLOCK,'
Cadet. Steel Mlx/BluelBlac* and Brown SATI?
NETS, Kentucky Jeans; Doeskins, Kerseys. Twilla.
Flannels, Canton ? Plannei, Delaines SWrttnjr
Prints, Bleached and ' Brown S ilrtlng, Dtt?SSS.
Stripes, Ticking, Llnseys, Scarlet, Blue, Brown
and wtiite Blankets, Plain Wool Shawls, Fancy
Coverlids and Sundries. rsi! . n
. a -n.' . ' OLOTHI.VG AND SHIRTS. .? :ri
Satinet, ' Kersey, Jean and Tweed COATS and
PANTS, Casslmere Vests, Gray and White Men's
Shirts andiDrawers, White Shirts-, Drill Drawers.
ALSO, ON ACCOOVT OF SHIPPKR, ??>
1 case Heavy SATINET. PL AIDS.
Conditions cash. ; : ? . ._sepo,
By RICHARD CALDWELL. %
SHOULDERS, &.C.. !
THIS DAY. the 6th Inn.. will be sold before
my Store, at half past 0 o'clock,
300 Baltimore SHOULDERS
300 D. S. Should?rs -
20 tubs Butter
200 S. C. Hams
50 kegs Nails
50 boxes No 1 Soap
11' - .... 60 boxes Family Soap
?Iv? , co boxes Star Candler, -. ??S??
Conditions ca9h. ,.. . sepa
By T. M. CATER.
BACON,. LARD, BUTTER, SYRUP, Ac
Will be sold before my store, 22 Vendue
Range, at 9 o'clock THIS DAY.
100 Arkins and tubs BUTTER
50 tubs prime and extra Lard
50 barrels choice Syrups
25 barrels choice Loaf Sugar Drips .
20 boxes Cheese .
6 tierces Hams
Lot open crockery
60 caddies Oolong Teas, choice. .>-. ' ?
Conditions cash: : . ? .'.r aept?j
Auction Sales --.fnturc fflarjo.
By W. Y. LEITCH ? II. S. BRUNS,
TWO-STQRY BRICK BUILDING ?S
. HASEL STREET, KNOWN AS "GEORGE'S
RESTAURANT." ' . ' .
WIIP be Sold On THURSDAY, 8tb'Tn?? a? ^e
Old Postofflce, At xi o'clock, !>&; 'Wilo oi.)
That desirable' two-story BRICK BUILDING
and excellent, business stand, in . Hasel street,
south side, between Ktng and Meetmg, known as
"George's' tostiurant," now rented'at flitydOl
lars per month. ' Lot measures 28 J< feet front by
95 feet In depth. '. ..:...;.>
Terms-One-half cash; balance in one year,
with Interest on bond and mortgage; property to
be Insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to
payas for papers and stamps._sepq
Br F. P. SALiS.
? Auctioneer. '
'.On' THURSDAY next, the 8th Instit tl
o'clock A M., will be' sold on Vanderhorst Wharj,
alongside the brig H. C. Brooks, from Havana;
150 barrels superior Muscovado MOLASSES
50 rinds, superior Muscovado Molasses. . .'. ??
25 hhds. Sweet Cuba Molasses. . . .
Conditions of sale-AU sums under $500 cash;
above that amonnt, thirty days, with approved
endosed notes, or one per cent, orr for.cash.
sep6 '. ; ._'. ..: ?J.
By WILLIAM Mo KAY.
Om SUBMARINE DIVING AND
Blasting Apparatus, In complete order.
Also general assortment Household Furniture
, WEDNESDAY, the-7tb~at io o'clock, at his
Store, Meeting street, opposite Pavilion Hotel
. JL M. MARSHALL & BRO. ,
WILL SELL ON FRIDAY, l?ra INST,,
at ll o'clock, at No. 33 Broad, street, ,
4 Superior WAGONS (Wilson A Child's make.)
aepQ-tnwf3_ ? - f ; ?
By J. FRASER MATHE WES.
HOUSE AND LOT ON FRONTBEACH,
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND. *- I
Will be sold ar thc old Postofflce, on THURS?
DAY, loth September, ??'.KA
A LOT on the Front Beach of Sullivan's Island,
opposite the Bowman Jettle, with a new Dwell?
ing of 5 rooms. This ls one of the most desirable
situations on the Island. The Lot was formerly
owned by John S. White, and adjoins Dr Have?
ners Lot on the west, and Lot of estate of Otis
Milla on the east. '
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay J. fi M. for
papers and stamps. aug27-8tu4thl
?ailroo?B. ... -?
J^ORTHE ASTERN .. RAILROAD.
Trains leave Charleston dally at 9.30 A. M.,
(Sundays excepted,) and 6.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 7.30 A. M., (Mondays, ex?
cepted,) and 5 P. M.
Train leaving at 9:30 A. M... makes-through con?
nection to New York via Richmond and.Aqula
Creek only-going through m 42 tours; and with?
out detention on Sunday.
Train leaving at 6:30 P. M., have choice of rout?
via Richmond and Washington, or Bay route via
Portsmouth Mid Belmore. Passengers leavinjj
Friday by Jhis train lay over on Sunday In Balti?
more ; those leaving on Saturday remain Sunday
tn Wilmington, N. C.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most, pleasant
route to Cincinnati, Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both trains making close
connections at Washington with Western trains of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. ??,
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLEAPOR, General Ticket Agent,' ..'
septe ? _. ? ?'?
g O U T H ? AROLI.NA RAILROAD
NOTICE.-On and after TUESDAY, the 0th Inst.,
the Summerville Train will leave Charleston at
5.20 P. M., arriving at Summerville at 6.40 P. M.
A L. TYLER, A
aug8 _Vice President.
REDUCTION OF FREIGHTS.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFipE, 1
NORTHEASTERS RAILROAD COMP AMY, - [
CHARLESTON, S. C., Aug. 15. 1870.. I
The attention of the public ls respectfully called
to the following REDUCED RATES OF FREIGHT
between Charleston and Stations on the wilming?
ton and Manchester Railroad, togo Into operation
on the 20th of August : . .
1st 2d 3d 4th 6th
Class. Class. Class. Class, data.
To Sumter, .$1.15 90 80 55 35
To Mayesvllle,. )
To Timm's ville, 1 . 10 M -5 M 30
To Mars Bluff, f iao , 90 75 60 30
lu order to show the extent of this reduction,
the following OLD RATES are appended:
1st 2d 3d 4th 6th
Class. Class. Ciaos. Class. Class.
To Sumter, $1.80 J.? 1.20 76 47
To Mayesvllle. 1 ?
pTlmm'?vllle, I l -0 1>40 u, ? t? '
To Mars Bluff, f
To Pedee, j
To Marlon, J
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Superintendent Northeastern Railroad.
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OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
OENERAL SUPERlNThNl>i-.> C#FICE, 1
CHARLESTON. C. ? 'ij ll, 1870. J
On and after sunday, ila- .a:h, the Passenger
Trains upon *.ut* So&Cii vV.Jona Railroad will mn
as ioho wa:
Leave Charleston.8.30 A MV
Arrive at Augusta.4.26 P. M.
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.10 P. M.
Leave Augusta.8.00 JL M.
Leave Columbia..7.46 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.....3.30 P. M.
AUGUSTA Kiunr EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.;.6.80 P. M.
Leave Augusta.6.00 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.7.06 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.40 A M.
COLTJifBIA "NIGHT EXPRESS.
(Sundays excepted.) _~m
Leave Charleston.?. Jj?
Arrive at Columbia.J" 7* ii*
Arrive at Charleston.8-*> * ?.
8CMMBRVTLLB TRAIN. _
Arrive at SummorvUle..-&40-P. Jj.
Leave Summerville.H? T JJ
Arrive at Charleston..8.95 A ?.
! "' CAMDEN BRAKO?. -V
' camden and Columbia Pana en ger Trains .on
! MONDAYS WBDNK9DAY9 and SATXTIDATS, and be
i tween Camden and Ringville dally, (SandayajBX
Icepted.) connecta wltnup sud down Day pa*
iengers at KlHgvllle. ?'
Leave camden......6.85 A SL
Arrlve at Columbia..'.ii. .U.0fi> A
I^eave Columbia.:...*, .LOO P. IL
Arrive at Camden. .*.*.*<>p
. tL. T PBAKB
m ay is General Snpcrtntendent.