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J WE BEG that the commissioners and man
agers or elections will send ns, as soon as possl
Me, a statement of the number of vetes cast, and
of the probable result of the elections. It is im?
portant that all friends of THE NEWS attend to
this matter without delay.
Meetings This Day
Union Kilwinning Lodge, at 7 P. M.
DROWNED.-On Friday, a colored man named
William Lee, a deck hand on board of tne brig
Ida, was thrown overboard, while leaving Enter?
prise, by a sudden Jerk of a tow line and was
ASSAULT.-Mr. J. H. Kalb, a baker living on
St. Philips street, was assaulted and severely
beaten by a drunken soldier on Tuesday after
no on last. Mr. Kalb received an Qgly, though
not severe, cut on the baok of his head. The sol?
dier was arrested and taken to the station-house.
UNITED STATES COURT-HON. GEO. S. BRTAN,
JUDOS PRESIDING.-The District Court was open?
ed at ll A. M. yesterday, and the following busi?
ness was disposed of:
rr. F. Peterson received his dual discbarge in
A. Marochetti, A. Bendix, and J. Engstrora
-were mada citizens of the United States.
D. M. Pelon, of Portugal, flied his notice or in?
tention to become a citizen.
SERENADE TO JUDGE CARPENTER-A, number
of gentlemen secured a baud last evening, about
10 o'clock, and serenaded Judge carpenter, at his
-?S8tdence in Meeting street. The stirling sound
of music drew a large crowd, who were briefly
addressed by the Judge, who thanked them for
the enthusiasm displayed 'n his cause. The
-Judge was Buffering from revere hoarseness,
and begged tobe excused from making an ex?
FEARS OF ELECTION TROUBLES IN EDOBFIELD.
The Augusta Chronicle, of yesterday, thus alludes
to the election m Edgefleld County, S.C: "Maay
fears are entertained of collisions between the
Radicals and Union Reformers, and a good many
guns were carried across the river yesterday.
In anticipation of a conflict we learn that several
gentlemen from sooth Carolina brought then
wives and children to this city yesterday, and
placed them in hotels and private boarding
houses, so that they might be out of the way of
CLUBS AND STARS.-Officer Quinn has re?
covered $1025 which was stolen sometime since
from Laura Parker. He also captured the thief,
who is now in j au.
Benjamin Williams was arrested on th? charge
of having been implicated In a recent robbery
and ls held for examination.
Joseph Alston was sent to Jail to await trial for
stealing a watch from Mrs. Caulker. The watch
has been recovered.
ROBBERIES IN MARION.--The Marion Cres?
cent, of yesterday, says: "Several robberies have
been committed here during the last few days.
On the night of the 13th, Mr. Brady's barn was
broken and several hundred pounds of seed cot
ten stolen. On Thursday a sneak thief secreted
-himself In Mr. Harman Hartys store and carried
away about one hundred dollars' worth of goods.
The goods were recovered, but the thief made his
escape. On Friday night the drug store of Mr
W. C. McMillan was entered by force, and a small
amount of money, together with some goods, was
THE THEATRE TO-NIGHT.-We call attention
to the programme for 'to night at the Hibernian
HalL "East Lynne" ls a popular play which
always pleases. Miss Annie Sefton mattes ? bril?
liant "Lad/ Isabel," and as sae wm be supported
by a good stock company, we have every reason
to expect a first-class entertainment to-night,
and we hope, now that the election ts over, and
the excitement abating, that the "New York
Comedy Company" will be cheered with a full
house this evening.
THE NEW CATHOLIC BISHOP OF SAVANNAH.
.The man/ friends of Bishop P?rsico in Charleston
will read with pleasure the following from the
-Savannah News :
Right Rev. ignatius P?rsico, whose arrival in
this city on Saturday was noticed hy this Journal
on Sunday morning, was duly installed Bishop of
Savannah at the Sunday morning half-past 10
o'clock mass la the Cathedral. The ceremonies
were solemn and Impressive-Right Rev. Bishop
Verot, the predecessor or Bishop P?rsico, tnrnlng
the See of Savannah over to the new Incumbent,
At the conclusion of the Installation ceremonies
the new bishop celebrated Pontifical High Mass.
Bishop P?rsico ls a native ti Italy, and was '
born m the Kingdom of Naples early In 1823. He
was consecrated priest when but twenty-three
years of age, and was Immediately sent as a
missionary to India. When but thlrtyone years
of^age he was consecrated bishop, and in 1857
was appointed Bishop of Agra. On account of
the failure of his health he returned" to Naples In i
the latter part or the vearisso, and jiiiseT-iame
to Charleston. Soa^Carojmar''TJuring the'- 'ast
three years he Uttored as a missionary In the dir?
rerem Southern' States, though the most or his
time was occupied in South Carolina, until the
session of 'the Ecumenical Council opened, when
he returned to Rome.
* At the conclusion of the .Vesper service Sunday
afternoon. Hon. D A. O'B/rne, of this city, in be*
half of the Catholic laity of thia see, welcomed the
new Bishop In eloquent lan g na xe. In response ta \
this address the Bishop, who evidently was much
impressed by the occasion, replied eloquently and
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B JJ S I A' ? S S NOTICES.
RUSTIC GOODS! RUSTIC GOODSi-Side and'
corner brackets, book racks, wall pockets, paper'
stands, match safes, and picture-frames. Hasel- -
Street Bazaar and No. iel King street, octis
HAVE you tried my dollar Tea, Green and
Black? WILSON'S OKOCERT. Jun8
"F^.?.:.T...., ..... .77.7." '."SA
Only at BLACK-WEU.'?,.
octio No. 121 Meeting street, below Market.
WONDERFUL ! WONDERFUL ?-Dr. Grose's
Marriage Guide. Price 25 cents. By mall, post?
paid, 30 cents. No. 161 King street. octl2-wth
ONE HUNDRED diff?rent varieties ot 10 cent
Song Books malled, postpaid, on receipt of $7 la
registered letter or money order.
octl2-wth - CHAS. C. RIGHTER A Co.
h _ _
PHOTOGF.APH3.-The largest assortment
ever offered la this city, 20 for $1, or maned, post?
paid, on receipt of price. Hasel Street Bazaar,
and No. 161 King street. octl2-wth
PLAYS! PLAYS! PLATS !-Seventy-five
kinds-15 cents each; by mau, post-paid, 20 cents
each No. 161 King street, and Hasel Street
Bazaar. CHAS. C. RIOHTER A Co.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, In leather bindings,
holding fifty pictures, 75c. and 90c. each, at No.
161 King atreet; also at the Hasel street Bazaar.
ootio-mtu CHAS. C. RIGHTER A Co.
Bru. HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$5, $6 50 and $8 50 per thousand, according to
size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send /oar orders. Every merchant and
business man should nave bia card printed on
his envelopes. _
WATERPROOF BROGANS.-Jost received, four
cases of those celebrated'brogans for winter
wear. Sold by the single pair. -
No. 131 Meeting street,
*OCl6-tb4 Near the Market.
THE ELECTION LN THE CITY.
A GLORIOUS DAT FOR THE REFORM
Thc Universal Suspens on of Buitness
Scenes at the Polls-The Multitude of
Tickets-T. J. Mackey Awakes to a
Sense of the Merits of our Leaders
How Everybody Worked-What Be?
ca me of the Ballot Boxes-Clues to the
Result-Incidents, ?ic., ?fcc.
The elections are over, and the whole State
breathes more freely. In the conduct of the can?
vass there ha3 been a degree of bitterness wholly
wanting In the contests whose memory lingers
in the minds of the older politicians. And this Is
natural. For the ilrst time in the history of South
Carolina, the people have been called upon to
decide between Honesty p.nd Dishonesty, between
Ignorance and Intelligence, between Patriotism
and Greed of Gain. In earlier days the elections
were decided apon personal or national Issues,
and, whatever the event, the liberties and the for?
tunes of all our people were safe. Yesterday the
issue was between a gang of lawless marauders,
and a band of patriotic citizens, who, all the
State over, were striving to put the government
In the hands, not of party politicians, but of hon?
est and capable men.
Charleston City was late In realizing the vital
importance of thc contest. There was, in all
qu.irters, an appearance of apathy which would
have melted a heart of stone. This was main?
tained until a few days before the election, but
when Charleston did awake, she came np to the
scratch with a cool determination worthy of her
ancient fame, and worthy of the purity of her
people. They may abuse the Old Lady, (and this
sheet of ours has done it,) but when the tug or
war comes, Charleston Is always there ! Look at
the streets yesterday. Every store was
dosed. Business was absolutely suspend
od. Even the few drays which carried
cotton to the depots rolled with a subdued
roar, suggesting that they were ashamed of them?
selves. The street cars kept up their trips, travel?
ling with something less than their usual rapidi?
ty. Bat draymen and car employees had their
opportunity, and they voted early In the morn?
ing. East Bay was as silent as on the Sabbath*
The busy hum of King street was still. It may
be sau, indeed, that there had never been In
Charlesion a suspension of business, a lock of the
wheels of trade, as complete as that of yesterday.
Charleston did her duty I
Before the public were three regular tickets
known as the Union Reform ticket, the Bowen
Harley ticket,.and the DeLirge-Caln ticket. The
Union Reform ticket was as follows :
For Governor-R. B. Carpenter.
For Lieutenant-Go vernor-M. C. Butler.
For State Senator-Edwin Hates.
For Repressntatives-Franz Melcher-?, Richard
Holloway, Edward Willis, Cyrus Fenwick, Ber?
nard O'Neill. W. H. Francis. John F. Britton,
Jonas Byrd, E. D. Euston, Abram Brown, T. W.
Easterhng, Adam M. Jackson, J. C. Shuter, George
Washington, s. Forcher Smith, Simon Polite, Carl
Berlin and Paul B. Drayton.
For Probate Judge-George Buist.
For County Commissioners-T. S. Browning, W.
H. Smith and Samuel Holloway.
For school Commissioner-E. Montague Grlmke.
For County Coroner-E. L. Roche.
The Bowen-Hurley ticket, claiming to be the
real Republican Simon pure, was as follows:
For Governor-R. K. Scott.
For Lieutenant-Governor-A. J. Rsnsler. .
For Congress-C. C. Bowen.
For Probate Judge-George Bulat.
For state Senator-W. H. Mishaw.
For Bepresentatlves-Timothy Hurley, J. W.
Lloyd, W. E. Elliot;, B. A. B?sem an, O. R. Levy,
J. B. Dennis, T. A. Davis, H. H. Hunter, J. J.
Hardy, P. P. Hedges, C. J. Andell, W. 0. Glover,
Abram Smith, Aaron Logan. Edward Mickey,
W. R. Jervey, Richard Bryan. A. P. Ford.
For County Commissioners-M. McLaughlin, F.
C. Miller and R. M. Gregorie.
For School Commissioner-A. M. Mackey. . .
And next was the DeLarge-Caln ticket, which
made special appeals to the sympathy of the col?
ored people. This ticket read as follows :
For Governor-R. K. Scott.
For Lleutenan'-Governor-A. J. Ransler.
For Congress-R. C. DeLarge.
For Senate-R. LL Cain.
For House of Representatives-George Lee,R. B.
Moultrie. Polado Jenkins, WI H. W. Gray, W. R,
Jervey, J. M. Gillios, W. G. Plnckney, Jas. White,
E. J. Adams. Wm. Grant. Alexander Williams,
John 0. Mal lo nee, M. Caulfield. L. I. Woolf, L. 0.
Northrop, B. A. Bose ni an, B. Dos ch er, Samuel
For Judge of Probate-George Bular.
For County Commissioners-J. F. Greene, A. A.
Asplnall and Stephen Brown. . ,
For School Commissioner-H. L. Hammond.
For County Coroner-J,P. Howard.
This mo of tickets might have been thought
enough, but likings and dlsllklngs led to the con?
coction of split tictets of all sorts and sizes.
There was a "Phosphate Grabbers'' ticket, arid a
"Mechanics" ticket, and an "Independent Re.
publican" ticket-the difference being In the
omission of some particular uames, which were
especially obnoxious to a handful of voters. There
were a dozen of these, and the voters, without
paying their money, took their choice.
THE VOTING", t - A "j
It was known that there would be some offers
of compromise; bat lt was generally resolved to
vote once and vote early. Soon after 6 o'clock .
the polls were thronged with anxious votera, and
lt waa_' remarked:tha; citizens, who had not de?
posited a ballot slnoe "tne'Un-wn came in" turned
ont on this occason. N
WHO THET VOTED FOR.'-.^ V
Under the State law the commissioners of elec?
tions meeton Tuesday next to canvass the vote,
and they ar,eaUowe l ten days la which to do the
work.': Until'their count ls published, the result
of the elections cannot be known with certainty,
although an approximate estimate may, in a few
days;.be made. Tn.this city all the Indications
are that over-ONE THOUSAND HAJORITT has been
given for the Reform candidates. The result in
the county, however, depends on the vote outside
the city limita. \
Th? white vote,; yes_ largely given to Bowen
early In the day. Tuts was mainly due to the
fact that Mishaw, the Bowen candidate for the
State Senate, having died on Tuesday -night of
country fever, Timothy Hurley-Bowen's First
Lieutenant-published a card saying that he
smnM w<m fhg.sM^^'p^j^f^ Reform candi
'(late, and urging his friends to do the same. This
Scaned.to-gtri"the whites a quia pro quo, and
they voted heartily for Bowen.
MACK EV'S M ANU? UV KB.
Between nine and ten o'clock it was evident to
the supporters of DeLarge, the opponent of Bowen
for Congress, that things were not going as they
wished. T. J. Mackey, than whom there are few
keener politicians in the country, scented his op?
portunity and made a diversion which, for all
that ls known, may have routed the pictorial
Bowen. Mackey, as we are informed, made a
stump speech, tn which he denounced Scott and
Ransler. and declared his intention of supporting
Carpenter and Butler, provided that their
friends would vote for DeLarge for 'Con?
gress. As the Reformers had no Congressional
candidate, and as there was little room for choice
between the two Radicals, this stemed a liberal
offer, and was pretty generally accepted. A lively
barter business sprang up, and votes for "De
Large for Congress" were freely traced off for
votes for the Reform ticket. In some cases (too
and even three votes for Carpenter and Butler
were given, by the DeLargeltes, in exchange for
one vote for DeLarge. Mr. T. J. Mackey, himself,
voled the Reform ticket. This conduct brought
down upon him the Indignant condemnation or
the Scott negroes ; con arming, not weakening
his laudable resolution. Later lu the day Mr.
Mackey visited the wharves In the same Une of
business, and he ls saM to have Induenced a large
number or votes In the terra incognita "np the
road." His carriage was decorated with Reform
placards, and throughout the day Mr. Mackey
appeared to be fal th fall y acting opto his cry of
"War against the New England carpet-baggers."
- THE ORDER OF TH? DAT.
A marked feature of the day was the good order
maintained Io the streets and at the polis. Thous?
ands of whites and blacks thronged the thorough?
fares, and kept guard at the different precincts.
There waa, however, no disturbance or any mo
ment. Some excitement was caused at the
City Hall precinct by the arrest or a colored mari
who was charged with "repeating." The man
was afterwards released. Early in the morning
Mr. Olando Levy (Radical candidate for toe Leg
la ?acore,) th rea tened to st i ike United States Depu?
ty Marshal Damon, bot waa promptly put where
he could do no mischief. There were other trivial
cases of the same kind-all about la spots. All'
the cases of cons?quence came under the juris?
diction of United States Commissioner Porteons
upon arrests by the U. S. Marshals.
ARREST BY DEPUTY MARSHALS.
The following are the arrests made yesterday
by the United States deputy marshals : Robert
Lawrence, for attempting to vote twice. Adam
Maniganlt, same charge. Thomas Lacas, for
attempting to intimidate a voter. William How?
ard, Tor attempting to vote without being a citi?
zen of the United States. Andrew Washington,
for attempting to vote without being or age. John
Ryan, for attempting to vote without being a res?
ident of the city. Robert Foster, same charge.
Daniel Jones, for attempting to vote twice. Henry
Fraser, same charge. Wm. Davis, ror' obstruct?
ing voters. Thomas Young, for attempting to
.vote twice on James Island. F lenard Washing?
ton rOT;at?tt??njg_tpvote twlce?aif? Peter.Ashe,
for obatructmg voters. All of the above were
discharged,u except Davis, Fraser, Jones and
Young, to? 'Urfft three Qt who rn were committed
for trial. Their* c?sea will come up this morning
before J. F. Porte?os, the. United States Commis
''sion jr for Charleston J*^omas Young-"gave bail
to appear, b?fofte cte January term of thc Cai ted
States Court. "*%. .
CLOSING THE POLIS. ".
As 6 o'clock drew -nigh, the Reformers and
Ra?lcal3'reaonblfcd their efforts.. ^Elderly,'Reform?
ers, who had held back, untlltbe last moment,
screwed their courage^o the sticking point and
vote.Ulie straight.'"Xlaket?. Others Mia had hig?
gled for thrtf for one, consented to trade even.
Hacks and.horsemen.'-boggles and spring wag?
ons, whizzed in every direction. The boys shout?
ed, the lit tie dogs barked, and the heated pollti
?xL?as;.' Tull of" patriotism and devoci?n- to their
cause, wished that the day .were-donee Much
work-was done for the- Reform' party in the last
hour."' And somethidg"waB don^fcT tne other
side, if lt be true that one Protean- colored man
qot?d the Scott ticket just-fourteen times,'mak?
ing, as rumors says, more greenbacks- than he
had gained before Ln any. on e day ot ?tr uneventful
life.'.There.is no doobt.-rtat..the"Radicals "re
.p??ted''Avety 'llher?ny. ;Bdr rbi'this;- Charleston
ci ty wo nj ci errs ttro tftoutasul or.twentv-JiDe liun
?rea majority .for .the candidates of Reform.
.What w^*h?' p^lti^ or the vote
; easy cannot be toa a un tu next week. We are,
.however, jable. to show the total Voce, by color, in
p3 " i:rr3iteB?R on VOTBS TOLLED: :'. -. . jj
.. The'rollowlog' table j will eihlolt., aa accurate
statement of-the number or votes polled yestei
"day,- whUe and colored,' Chowing a colored' ma?
jo rltj -o? SST.' For- the Infor m at lon of our readers
we append alio the result of the registration and
?i?<ction (for Mayor and Aldermen) tn November,
1868: i?r: ;:?;: '. '.'.. . :".
Ward 1.;. 477 488 503 485
Ward 2..;.;088 ;62S. .'"504U 639
Wards, 1st Precinct.... 198 T41 189 80
., "2d-Precinct...T t? 406 286 ^, -299r' 115
- ii Precinct. .U -298 r-409 - 378 601
Ward 4,1st Precinct.... 398 453 276' 363
.. 3d;pmnnct..>.'. ?tn 490 . 569? sie
3d Precinct.... 194 ,165 210' 344
Ward fi, 1st Precinct;...-h 292'. '631 . 212?: 5$5
.21Cfcl 2a^Precincti;.? J 184 ' fc?l :-235|- 286
Ward 6, ist Precinct.... 293 . 571 303 603
.. 2d Precinct.... ; .:191.':843 ) ,."
.. '3d Precinct.... 204 389 j il? **
Ward 7..?-.*...?*'390 21?, 472- 212
ward 8;....'.:?.?..-.???AW7w?4l ."
RlterfCvlUe.:..:.....'.... 37 136|f w* 627
Total-registered ?ve^e November; 1863..'..'.?.;il0,102
Total vote october, 1870-,*,.9..11.231
.rf urti )'. 1, till '?' ' - '
Increase of yesterday's pct! over that of
; -.'- '(/WARDING ros- h&XKir *
^Vhqa, thc yolla. Trcrc clOrcd, U1? LliiUO'.-bOZes,
g?ard?0by"th^"T?rteN?^tai? (marshals and the
managers of elections, were taken down to the
court-room, In the Courthouse, where they noir
are. The boxea were guarded! last night by a i
committee of lour, viz: Messrs. R. s Brans ?ad S. '
E. Welch, Keformerf^? and- J. -K. Campbell and
Robert ?avage, Raaicals. This committee was
to be relieved at 4o,clock this morning by Messrs;
W. S. Fraser and,.WYE. Holmes, Reformer?, and
J. M. Adams cindi. W; T. 01l?ir?=?~aatfr^ The,
boxes will be carefully wa^cnelriintil theivate ls
coated. >\ ff .Jh 'j x ?
rS;. t ita BBTORNS.'. ; "j.
At a taw-tour last ' night 'the ballot-boxes had
been rncfe?ed/?t the Courthouse', front?ltthe pre?
cincts in tue" city, from Rik'eraville, Trom Eight
Mlle Pump and from Wilkes' Plantation, St. An?
drew's Parish. At Eight Mile Pump 339 votes
were polled-321 colored and 18 white.
lt was reported last night that Mr. Edwin
Bate?, the Reform candid it e for State senator,
(or whose election there ls little doubt) was set
npon by the Cain faction, on Wadmalaw Island,
and badly beaten. No confirmation ot this pain?
ful rumor had been received up to midnight.
We hear that W. R. Hoyt, the former Radical
senator for Colleton County, was cut In the back
yesterday by a colored man, at Glover's Station.
One rumor, which ?lew like wildfire through
the streets yesterday afternoon, was to the effect
that Mr. Mles G. Parker, the State Treasurer, had
left Columbia for "parts unknown.''
AN OVATION TO JUDGE CARPENTER.
As Judge Carpenter was passing by the Court?
house yesterday arternoon, he was surrounded
by a large crowd or white aud colored men, who
began to cheer vociferously ror the Reform candi?
date. The crowd, numbering about three hundred,
ol.owed Judge Carpenter down Meeting street as
rar aa his residence, shouting and cheering until
the welton rang. One or the Scottlces threw a
brick at Judge Carpenter, happily with no effect.
This Increased the enthusiasm or the rest of the
crowd, who would have made short work of the
would-be rioter if they could have caught him. <
The voting on Wadmalaw went on quietly, the
Scott Radicals having things pretty nearly their
own way. One hundred Rerorru votes may have
been cast on Wadmalaw, but the accounts from
John's Island and Edlsto are very much better.
The United States marshals, and the policemen
in general, deserve the thanks ot the community
for the zeal and discretion which they displayed
iu the discharge ofj their duties. With very Tew.
exceptions, their conduct, in its good temper and
forbearance, was all that could be desired.
Hotel Arrival*-October 19.
D. G. Ambler and wife, Jacksonville; H. M.
Drane, Jiorth Carolina: Colonel Cleshy, wife and
child, Macon: G. Sellers, Mayesvllle: E. H. Smith,
D.strict of Columbia; J. A. Bremen. Augusta; Mrs.
H. W. McCafferey and -daughter, Maryland; F.
Schack. New York; W. R. Doty, Kentucky; F.
T. L. Johnson, R. Forrest, Tennessee; S. F.
Will, St. Stephen's; M. W?chter, Baltimore; A. B.
Clarkson, Santee; J. S. Foster, N. E. R. R.;R, D.
J. Tames, Augusta; J. Bruckman, Columbia;
D. H. Chamberlain. E. Tomllitson, city; C. H.
Erwin, agent Harry McCarthy Troupe; Mr. Ep
ping and daughter, South Carolina; W- B. Clark
and wife, Illinois; T. Yoong and wire, Chicago;
J. C. Carpenter, city; C. Cushman, New York; I.
Kip and aon, New York; G. W. King and wife,
J. Croley and J. Murphy, city.
fm* THE ESTATE OP ROBERT R.
BEE.-Notice ls hereby given that the undersign?
ed will, on the 22d of October next, at 12 o'clock
M., apply to the Hon. GEORGE BUIST, Jndge ol
Probate, for Charleston County, for Letters Dis
missory as Executor of the abov? named Estate.
seo32-thstolno* ROBERT BEE.
?. ?S-ALL CLAIMS AGAINST THE EX?
EC DTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE UNION REFORM
PARTY, must be presented today, at the office of
RUTLEDGE A YOUNG, No. 26 Broad street, or be
debarred payment. H: E. YOUNO,
oct20 Chairman Executive Committee.
pm* CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
"EMPIRE," from Philadelphia, are notified
that she will discharge cargo TO-DAY at Brown's
Wharf. Goods uncalled for at sunset will remain
on wharf at owner's risk and expense.
oct20-l WM. A. COURTENAY. Agent.
^CONSIGNEES PER MERCHANTS'
LINE Brig G. S. BERRY, wlU send for goods to
Adger's North Atlantic Wharf before BOnset.
Goods not called for will be stored at their risk
and expense. No claims will be'allowed after
Goods are lemoved.
cct20-l WILLIAM ROACH A CO.,
pm- NOTICE. -ALL PERSONS ARE
hereby cautioned against crediting any of the
crew of the American bark Sharpsburg, aa no
debts of their contracting will be paid by the
Captain, or BAGGETT A CO.,
pm* GETTING MAEEIED.-ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
OF Impropriety of getting Married, with sanitary
help for these who feel unfitted for matrimonial
happiness. Sent free, m sealed envelopes.. Ad?
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia,
pm* SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE
PAIR.-The Committee of Arrangements will be
prepared to receive articles for Exhibition on and
after the 20th Instant. Transportation will be
furnished for all articles from abroad to and from
Railroad Depots and Steamboat Landings. Com?
munications in relation to the Fair can be ad?
dressed to the undersigned. Posto race Box 374.
By order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMEE,
pW AWAY WITH SPECTACLES. -OLD
Eyes made new, easily, without doctor or medi?
cines. Sent postpaid on receipt of io cents. Ad?
dress Dr. E. B. FOOTE,' No. 120 Lexington avenue,
Sew York. ?>--l- , rteo.16
hereby csu tlc? ed against'crediting shy of the
Crew ot the Bart MONSOON,'aa no deb Ls of their
contr&ctingwUl be pail by 'tho Captain'br Con?
signee.- ' . C C OOfit. Soperlntendent -
octa-^ y.::' ,. ;1 y:JL_ A R^P.-hLyjr-M;.Co.
pm*g$Y-- THE -^IQNEER^^PAPER
C9IiLAB^-4kni^l? HLog. ^fl^^ea. Only
octlO No. 121 Me?'lng street, below Market.
pm* AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TKD8SES.4?Gbmrbrt and Core for the Ruptured.
Sent postpaid on receipt of io cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue, New
^LLPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS, an old German Tonic._
^."LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS, the most-delightful and effective in the
^LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS strengthens the debilitated._
pm* LIPPilAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS cures female complaints._
pm* LTPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT
TERS cures "never well" people. _
^LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BIT?
TERS will give an appetite._Jnnio-fmw
pm* COTTON GINNING.-THE SUB?
SCRIBER Will OIN AND PACK SEA' ISLAND
COTTON at SK cents, and Upland at zy, cents
Bagging included for each. Apply to STONILY A
LOWNDES, Vaaderhorst Wharf.
WM. a WHALEY, Ja..
sep28-thm0 t John's Island Perry.
jaCA flSAND EPOCH TN SCIENCE.
From the time when, in 1834, Dr. RUG GE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid'1 and les extraordinary medi?
cal effecta, nothing m the history of Medicine has
equalled lt. Largely used by the French physi?
cians in treatment of consumptive and scrofn
iona diseases, lt Was Introduced by the Court Phy?
sician bf Bei llnj MAX ERNST HENRY, Into Prus?
sia, and from thence to the United States. No?
thing else of tho present day can equal HEN?
RY'S SOLUTION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patients get better after only one
date hat been taken, and we cordially recommend
lt to the pnbllc-IKdltor "Argua" janHlvr
pm* SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE
FAIR_Parties desiring articles hauled from the
Railroad Depots, Wharves or other points in the
city to the Fair Grounds, can have the same
promptly done by a responsible person, on app'.l
cation to Messrs. W. G. WHILDEN A CO., No. 29
Hayne street, or at No. IS Nassan street.
pm* MEDICAL NOTICE-PATIENTS
snfferlng from Diseases pertaining tothe G EN ITO
URINARY ORGANS, will receive the latest scien?
tific treatment hy placing themselves under the
care o? Dr. T. REBN'STJBRNA, office No. 74 Hase
street, three doora from thc Postofflce.
^ar-TO THE MARTYRS OF LIVER
COMPLAINT.-Among the wonderful medical
properties which have rendered HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS preeminent among the
health-restoring preparations of the age, Its antl
billoas virtues are not tho least remarkable. No
words caa do Justice to its marvelous effect upon
the diseased liver. Perhaps the simple words of
a convalescen t sufferer, who describes lt as "go?
ing right to the spot," tell the story aa clearly as
may be. It does go right to the spot. It operates
directly apon the disordered organ, and whether
unduly active or m a state of paralysis, restores
lt to a condition of health. ?The Sickness at the
Stomach, pain between the Shoulden and In the
Right Side, Yellow Suffusion of the Skin, Costive?
ness, Drowsiness and Langoor, Dimness of Sight,
Colic, Palpitation of the Heart, Dry Congh, Low
Fever, and other symptoms which Indicate the
various phases of Acute and Chronic Liver Com?
plaint, are one and all promptly relieved, and
finally removed, by the action of this ramona
preparation, which Is at once the best of correc?
tives, the gentlest and moat genial of aperients,
an inrai.ible regulator, and a powerrul restora?
tive. Persons or a bilious habit, who use the Bit?
ters as a protective medicine, will never suffer
the pams and penalties of Liver disease or Bll
ous Remltteat Fever. OCU6-DAC6
pm* ESTATE THOMAS A HARVEY,
OF ST. JAMES GOOSE CREEK, FARMER.-All
persons having Legal Claims against said Estate
will render thc same attested, and those indebted
will make immediate payment to c. J. CAIN,
Qualified Executor, Oakley P. O S. C.
pm* "BREAD CAST UPON THE WA?
TERS."-II the Great Providence has not literally
cast bread upon the waters, He has planted the
elements os* wholesome nourishment on the rocks,
In the shape of Sea Moss, rrom which the SEA
MOSS FARINE ls made. This new article has
e?ery where won "golden opinions of allsorts of
people," and the housekeepers or the land gener?
ally regard it in the double light or a staple neces?
sary and a delicious luxury; ror while Its use
lessens the expense or living, the exquisite dishes
prepared from lt cannot be obtained even at an
extravagant cost, from any other source.
Scientific committees, hotel-keepers, professional
cooks, ladies who superintend their own kitchens,
physicians, nurses, dyspeptics and Invalids of
every class bear witness of these facts. To this
mass of indorsements we unhesitatingly add our
own; and without fear or contradiction say that
the blanc mange, puddings, custards, Ac, are
the most delicious we have ever tasted.
pm- NOTICE.-THE PLANTERS' AND
MECHANICS' BANK OF SOUTH CAROLINA Will
apply to the Legislature, at ita next session, tor
an Amendment or Its Charter.
Clothing and ?tmusljitig (Saabs.
J : U. E s i
ME ECHAN T. T AI LOE,
Haring: Jost received ' a new and complete
stock of CLOTHS, Cassimeres, Yest Patterns and
Furnishing Goods, Ls prepared to make to order
Gentlemen's Clothes Lathe Latest styles and from
the best materials. '
Particular attention ls requested to the follow?
ing specialties :
FINE BROADCLOTHS, FANCY CASSIMERES,
SILK VEST PATTERNS.
Call and examine for yourself at No. 147 King
J?" O E HOSIERY,
GO to BLACKWELL'S NW STORE,
oct io No. 121 Meeting street, below Market.
J1ALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
The Long and Well-Established CLOTHING
HOtfSE, corner of
WENTWORTH AND KING STREETS,
has opened a Urge and elegant supply of CLOTH?
ING, made np for this market, e-^al to custom
work, for Men, Youths and Boys, of new and
staple styles of goods, and offered at
In great variety, at from $14 to $25.
DERBY SUTTS-a New Style.
MORNING AND WALKING COATS,
Of Meltons, Castor, Beavers, Tricot, Silk Mixed
Coating* Cheviot, Ac, Ac, Ac
PLAIN AND FANCY CASSIMERE PANTS,
Of the Newest Patterns of the Season.
Of Cloths, Cassimeres, Beavers, Velvet, Silks, Ac.
BOTS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING,
For ages or from S to 19 years, for Dress and
School purposes, of Cloths, Cassim er ea, Silk Mixed
Coatings, Ac, Ac, la Sack and Walking Coat
In tills department will be found a large assort?
ment of Merino, Lamb's Wool, Silk, canton Flan?
nel and Shaker Flannel
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
SILK CRAVATS, BOWS, TIES AND SCARFS j
In great variety.
French, Kid and Beaver GLOVES.
English Buck, Deerskin, Bearer and Gauntlet
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS,
Introduced by me twenty-five years ago. ASCOT
FOE TELBIT, and the largest stock kept on hand In
The above named STAB SHIRTS WILL BI MAD*
Ur TO ORDER, ALSO BT MEASURE.
Of the Pioneer, Promenade, Dauntless, Washing?
ton, Astor, Royal, Dlvmarck au j Dickens.
TAILORING DEPARTMENT, I
Sapplled with a Fnll Stock of English, French
and American Cloths, Cassimeres, Coatings, Oas?
tor, Beavers, Silk Mixed and Basket-Faced Coat?
ings, Ac, Ac.
FANCY CASSI HERES,
Of the most Novel and Select Patterns.
Of Plush, Velvets, Cassimeres and Silks, which
,*>ods will be Made Up to Order, in the well
known Good Taste always displayed at this
House, and on Moderate Terms.
PURCHASERS ABB INVITED TO CALL AND MAXS
No. 291 KING ST., CORNER WENTWORTH.
B. W. McTUREOUS, Superintendent.
OHN R UGHEIMER,
No. 141 KING STREET, WEST SIDE, A FEW
DOORS.NORTH OP QUEEN,
would respectfully Inform his friends that he has
just returned from New York with a Large and
well-selected stock of the
LATEST STYLES OF PALL AND WESTER GOODS.
Also, a foll assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
THE CELEBRATED "STAR" SHIRTS.
OUTHERN DYE HOUSE.
Anew FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
at No. 559 King Btreet, where DYEING In ail col?
ors, and Cleaning or all kinds ls done at the
shortest notice and in the best style.
BLASCO W, BILLER A CO.,
No. 859 King street, near corner George street,
AGENCY FOR THE PERUVIAN
The subscribers having been appointed Local
Agents Tor the sale or PERUVIAN GUANO, would
respectfully Informed manufacturers and dealers
that they will deliver from warehouses, as well
aa from ships direct on arrival from the Peruvian
Islands, PURE PERUVIAN GUANO, at the Gene?
ral Agent's price in New York, to wit: Sixty
dollars, gold, on delivery. Every bargo will be
inspected and analyzed by Professor SHEPARD,
and satlfactory guarantees or its qnallty ana
purity will always be famished when desired.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
Bep28 . Factors.
CTOBER, 187 0.
J. ?fe JP- COATS'
IS NOW THE
Thread pat ap for the American market which ls
SIX-CORD IN ALL NUMBERS,
From No. 8 to No. 100 inclusive.
FOB HAND AND MACHINE.
JOHN A HUGH AUOHINCLOSS,
Sole Agents in New York for J. A P. COATS, of
oQt3-imo Paisley, Scotland.
Cr)ina, - Crodwrj, &%.
yyH- ?^i^l&VI?if ^ co.
HAVE REMOVED THEIR
WHOLESALE CROCKERI, CHINA
'?' AND ni:a?
FROM No. 137 MBBTINO STREET TO NO. 29
Extending through to No. 62 MARKET STREET,
entrance on both street g.
Mr. W. S. LANNEAU will hare the WHOLE?
SALE DEPARTMENT especially ander his charge,
ind Mr. STEPHEN THOMAS, Jr., will be found at
the RETAIL STORE, No. ??? KING STREET, cor
ner Riaofaln, and will manage toa: branch. .
Our customers and friends will find a complete
ASSORTMENT OF GOOD* at both.Stores at REA
WK. 0. WETLDKN .. S. TH OKAS, JB. . W. S. LANNSAU.
CROCKERY, CHINA AND G LASS WABE
; AT j fl
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
. .AX '[;'.' :
No. 29 H A Y N E STREET,
No. 62 MARKET STREET.
. '' ;. . . . .. ;?' . . . ! li
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
CUT AND PRESSED GLASS
CROCKERY AND CHINA
No. 2 6 6 KINO STREET,
CORNEE BSA CT AIN. !
For sale by
WILLIAM O. WHILDEN A 00.
mays . .
: r. s o L M
COTTON GINNING UIL'.LS,
(FOR LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON.)
WEST END OF TRADD STREET, ON ASH-.
Are now In complete order, and are prepared
LONG AND SHORT STAPLE COTTON, ON TOLL..
R. G. CHIS OLM. i
aep22-lmo_._? ?~ ?.. ; ?
iTetDe*paper0, fRagapnes, Wt.
VOLUME n-No. L j
.NOW S~E~ A D Y .
LABOR, by Hon. Alfred Huger.
Ia the Sooth a Stock Country?-by p. Wyan
Aiken. j .
Texas Istle in England-by Alex. S. McRae, af
Coffee and Coffee Culture-by F^-. .
Suggestive Experience In Farming-by A M.
Best Culture for the South-by Thoa. G. Clemson.
And many other Interesting articles, niling
sixty-roar royal octavo pases ot loUo reading
i matter. .- ?.
MW The RURAL CAROLINIAN ls socially de
I voted to the development of the agricultural,
horticultural and pomol?gica! Interests of the
Southern United States, and contains information
to that end not to be found la any other magazine
m the world.
Subscription, fi per annum, in advance.
Address WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
sepM Charleston, s. C.
JJR, SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR,
A preparation of Roots and Herbs, warranted
to be strictly vegetable, andean dono Injury to
It baa been used by hundreds, and known for
the last thirty-five years as one of the moat relia?
ble, efficacious and harmless preparations ever
offered to the suffering. If taken regularly and
persistently, lt ls sure to cure:
Dyspepsia, headache, jaundice, costiveness,
sick headache, chronic diarrhoea, affections of
the bladder, camp dysentery, affections of the
kidneys, fever, nervousness, chills, diseases of
the skin, impurity of the blood, melancholy or de?
pression of spirits, heartburn, colic or pains in
the bowels, pam In the head, fever and ague,
dropsy, bolls, pam la back and limbs, asthma,
erysipelas, female affections, and bin?os "diseases
Prepared only by J. H. ZEILIN A CO., Drug?
gists, Macon, Ca?
price $1; by mall $i 25.
Many highly respectable persons can fahy at?
test to the virtues or thf i valuable medicine.
Fer sale by
GOODRICH, WINGMAN A CO.
DO WIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Janie alyr Charleston.
HE FOUNTAIN SYRINGE.
SELF ACTING.-NO PUMPD?G.-NO AIR
The best universal SYRINGE la the market.
It ls recommended by the first Physicians or the
It ls BO simple that lt cannot get out or order.
There are no valves, and nothing that will cor?
rode. One will last a life time.
Dr. JOS. H. WARREN, an eminent Phlslclan, of
Boston writes to the manufacturers:
"From the fact of ita Kt??ltfiXj and correct
principle tn the structure or yo-*." 'Fountain Sy?
ringe,' and for the easy manipulation, practicable
result, and comfort to the patient, I have recom?
mended this Instrument extensively."
The Profession are invited to call and examine
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. H. BAER,
.rfc 131 Meeting street,
m ay 30 Agent for South Carolina.
rjlHE GREAT GBRMAN. EEMEDLEsT"
Professor LOUIS WUND RAM'S BLOOD PIR1
FYING AND PURGATIVE HERBS, (la Pills ai
Powders,) for the cure of all Acute or Chranlc
Diseases, resulting from impure blood and Imper.
Also, the ronowlng Medicines by the same (Pro?
cessor Louis Wnndram, Brunswick, Germany -J
Herb Tea (for Dyspepsia and Nervousness.)
Rheumatic Herb Tea.
Eye Water. .
wand w ass er (the German "Paiakftecd
For sale by Or. F?3 A ER,
may 30 No. 181 Meeline street.
STEAM ENGINES AND ENGINEERS
A foll assortment of BRASS and IRON FIT
TINGS, for steam and gas-fitters and plumber"
Steam Guages, Goage-oocka, Low Water Deten
tors, Oil Cups, Toola for maohiaista and blacl
amit ha, Bellows, Ac
v For aale by ? . < . *
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets,
mch24 ?mo charleston, s. 0?
Bj . WM.'McKAY. *
SUPERIOR -FF?mbRR-j 1 - '%
o clock, at No. wo Mee Ung street, *- .
/J^Li^S1.1^1* T?P BEDROOM SETS ,
\lf%^y^lx')rSmrPet8<1 BUU*rtl Table, large
Stovea^?c ^?are, Crockery, Bau?e?,
Sale positively without reserve
Terna cash.- ._.,. octjo
Bj WY. Y. LEITCH & R, S. BRUNS,
i AncUonetr?. ... .
SOUTH CAROLINA AJNOTITOTE FAIS.
Bootha at Ancdon. - :oO
.Will be eold .at auction on. FRIDAY APTES?
NOON, 21st" Instant, upon the Fair Grounds, at?
o'clockPv IL . - . - :.'..?i??..U'*
22 ReXreahment BOOTHS, as designated hy plat S
which will be on exhibition at ouroffice, No, 34
Broad street. Also the large stand known as
Club House. . .?!.-..? : . S.a-j
Terms cash. ?;dT--.i:;:?0tl* : 1
Bj J. FRASER MiTHEtrfJQ^;;
Real Estate Broker, No. Q6 BroiUI Street.
A T PRIVATE MLE, .
ix PHOSPHATE LANDS or best quail ty and
locations. . i _.0) 0
Bice and Cotton Plantations m aU parts of the
State!- .' - . . '.- . ?
City Residences, Stores,. Building - Lots -and
Farms. , ? ?.; ... , r.-.,-:,.:MtU*mo "
?Bru ?coos, ?3?c.
piRST ARRIVALS OP FALL GOOBS.
200 pieces ol desirable New Styles of DRESS
. . GOOD:*,from20cnp
300 pair Of 10-4 WHITS BLANKETS, only $t? Ti,
.......worth$4 60 .-.iw.-c
100 pair of 10-4 WHITE EXTRA BLANKETS, $S,
worth $860 . . . rs..V 3i? ?? if sr?
30 pieces, Choice Colara, Empress Cloth,- only
66n.worth 86- .-.J .? .::-..fi
loo Improved Styles and floe quality o r "ARABS, "
only $3, worth $6
25 rolls CARPETS, which will be SOM 26 per cent.
below their value.' siad:??l?
A magnificent assortment or the LATEST
STYLES PLAIDED AND PLAIN DRESS GOODS.
From oar own importation, 'the 'largest and
best assortment in the etty.'. " ' '." .J,',"." .????
AIM, a rich selection or FLANNELS, OAS 31
MER?8, Jeans, Satinets, Domestics, Ac '
An early call, is earnestly solicited; and bar?
gains wm be gnaranteed. 'WiV-:-'
FUROHOOTT, BENEDICT A GO.,
No. 437 KING STREET,
octIO Corner or King and Caiho in street:.
PASSENGER TRAINS oh this Road run d
fellows.-' ; .. ' iui"-J.'- r*ie-3l
Leave Charleston.-6.30 A; M.
Arrive at Savannah..ajx> p. M.,
Leave SAvfc?nah.........:.V...lL%jL M.
Arrive nt'ChaMeston."...-.:.v..v.?.?ft UV,
i Connects at Savannah with the AU?DUC A Gulf
Railroad for Jacksonville, St. Angus y ne, and all
point* In Florida. ' "' '' ' ,
wit ii Central -Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile. Now Orleans andlho Weat. c :s..to .
With. Steamboats; for points on the Savannah
At Charleston with tho Northeastern and Sontk
Carolina. Railroads, and Steamships for sat points
North and West. . ... w
Through Tickets over this Une on sale at Hotels
bi Charleston; 8creven Hotrse, Savannah; and all
principal Ticket offices North and South, .nob
Freights forwarded daily to and from Savan?
nah and all paints beyond. ,' . ' V * ".,
Through Bins of Lading tssued-to Jacksonville,
Palatka,Ac ; .. -. y ;
? Tariff as low as by any other line.'. v... .
. ,;?. :r~V c s. GADSDEN,'1
oct6. - Engineer and Superintendent.
EEDUCTION OF FREIGHTS. *?
5 rjaa ii" "? i t -.'.'.-'T'. O ,r.y.'M.-!:
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. >
fl NOBTHIAHTHKN KAIXROAJ) COMi"ANTV: >
CHASLESTON, S. C., Ang.-i5,I870. ).
The attention dr the pabilo ls respecrruny calle*
to the f Olli wing REDUCED RATES OF- FREIGHT
between Charleston add Stations on the Wilming?
ton and Manchester Railroad, to go ini^operaUoa
on tho 20th of August : . ' ' ? '
? ". ' 1st 2d 3d '.'**?' ; Stn
- Class. Class. Class. Class. Class.
To Sumter, $l.l& 90 80 M SJ
To May es ville, '
To Tim m's ville,
To Mara Bluff,
In order to show the extent of tutu reduction,
the following OLD RATES are appended; -,
1st 2d Sd 4th ?th
Class. Chus. Claas. Class. Class.
To Sumter, $L80 L40 L20 75 47
TO Mara Bluff
L10 ?0 TS
LTO 1.40 1.16 70 . 46
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Superintendent Northeastern Railroad,
augia-totha. . .. . , . , .. .:
"VfORTHE ASTERN RAILRXJAJI
Trains leave Charleston dally at 0.30 A. M.,
(Sundays excepted,) and 8.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 7.30 A. M., (Mondays ex?
cepted,) and 6 P. M.
Train leaving at 0:30 A. IL. m*> through con?
nection to New York via Rich mont and Anula
creek only-going through in 42 hot rs, and with?
out detention on Sunday.
Train leaving at 6:30 P. M.. have :hoiee of route
ria Richmond and Washington, ov Bay route via
Portsmouth and Baltimore. Pa'^en ge rs leaving
Friday by this train lay over e:. Sunday-to Balti?
more ; tboso leaving on Saturday remain Sunday
In WUnurfgton, N. 0. . \
Thtafa the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
rente to Cincinnati, Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both trains 'making clone
connections at Washington with Western trains of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
? S. S. SOLOMONS,
. . Engineer and superintendent.
. P. L. CLEAPOE, General Ticket "Agent.
'sept*.,, , ..'" . j 'fi'-', .
Maori .Jik?l ash?i M 1 otu .? '
OENERAL SUPERINTENDENT OFFICE, 1
CHAKLXSTOh. ?. C.; ?VI ky ll, 1870. J
On and after sunday. May -oth, the Passenger
Trams upon '.nc Soutu Cf toona Railroad will ran
Leave Charleston.?.8.80 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.'..4.28 P, IL
Leave Cn arl est on.8.80 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia..4J0 P. M.
Leave Augusta. .8.00' A. M.
Leave Colombia.7. ts A. M.
Arrive at Charleston. .3.80 P. tt.
ACOCOTA NIGHT XXPBXSB.
Leave Charleston.8.80 P. tc
Leave Angosta..&>oo P. st.
Arrive af Angosta.T.O? A. IC
Arrive at Charleston.6.40 A. K.
COLUMBIA NIGHT BXTBESS.
Leave Charleston.J.? P. M.
Leave Columbia.T-"?- S*
Arrive at columbia.e-?? A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.;.OM A. M,
StntMXBVILLK THAIN. " - ' ' -
Leave Charleston.6-2? P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.8.*0 P. IL.
Leave Summerville..........".10 A. m
Arrive at Charleston.8.05 A. M.
C AMD KN BRANCH.
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains on
MONDAYS, WBQNBHDATB and SATtTBHATra, and be?
tween Camden and KingvUle daily, (Sundays ex?
cepted,) connects with np and down Day ras?
sengen at Kingvulc . ..' M
Arrive at Columbia..". %MP M
Leave Columbia.V^JQ P' J?
Arrive at Camden.B^T- fBAKX,'
mayl8 General snpe'rtntendent.
^^U mfW ^?^^^ Worm ConiecUoas,
remedy for Rheumatlam. .
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
may? No. 131 Meeting stree*, .