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WE BEG that the commissioners and man?
agen of elections win send tra, as soon aa possi?
ble, a statement of the number of cotes cast, and
of ttsjpprobable result of the elections. It ls im?
portant that all friends of TEX NEWS attend to
auls matter wltbont delay.
Meetings Thia Day.
Charleston Typographical Union, at half
T>ast 7 P. M.
Tyre Lodge, No. 136, at 7 P. M.
DEATH.-Mr. John E. Grist, the father of
the proprietor or the YorkvUle Enquirer, died on
the loth instant.
FOR NEW YORK os MONDAY.-The Al iron
screw steamer Hercules will sall on Monday, 3lst
?or New York, as will be seen by the advertise?
ment. - She can take a limited arnon nt of cotton
If applied for early.
THE BREMEN LINE.-The Bremen Line of |
North German steamships having resumed their
regular trips to and from Baltimore, Mr. Pani C.
Trenhoun, or Union wharves, the agent of the
Charlest?n and Balli nore Steamship Line, will
Issue through bills of lading from Charleston to
the North German port?.
THE- ADGSK LINE.-The popular steamship
Janies Adger, Captain T. J. Lockwood, reached
her wharf yesterday forenoon from New York,
with a good freight and passenger hst. The steam?
ship Manhattan, Captain Woodhull, of the same
Une, leaves Adger's wharf to-day for New York,
with a foll cargo.
CA3ES BEFORE THE UXTTBD STATES COMMIS?
SIONER YESTERDAY.-Jeffrey Snipes, arrested for
doting twice, gave bail to appear for examina?
tion on,the 31st inst.
Prosper Flood and Robin Geddis, charged with
unfairness as managers of a poU, gave ball to ap?
pear before the January term of the United Skates
#ourt. Several warrants of arrest were issued.
CITADHL SQUARE BAPTIST CHURCH.-We are
Informed that public sen-ices for the Sunday*
school of this church will be held In the main edi*
flee on to-morrow afternoon, at half-past3o'clock.
Rev. John T. Wightman has kindly consented to
deliver a lecture, with a black-board exercise, for j
the Instruction of the pupils. The school of the
Spring street Church will also attend. The gene- j
ral public are Invited. The children-win occupy
the middle aisle._
CRUMBS.-Two vest patterns have been re?
covered by th? detectives and are now at the
guardhouse, where they will be delivered to the
owner on proof of property.
Miss Annie Sefton, the accomplished young
actress, lately attached to the Harvey Comedy
Company, has gone to New York.
The Comet Star Fire Engine Company will give
a grand fair at the Military Hail, commencing
on Monday night.
SoicrOB.-Mr. J. T. Wesootc, a student of
the Greenville Theological Seminary, cut his
throat with a razor in hts room in the Seminary
boarding house on Thursday evening last. The
Enterprise says Chat Mr. Wescott was known to
be subject to Attacks of gloominess, and his most
intimate assol?tes have for 'months past feared
-that his mind was at times seriously affected by
them. ! Disordered health, acting upon his peculi?
ar temperament, was doubtless the cause of these
attars. Mr. Wescott was from Smithville, not
far from wilmington, N. C., and was about twen?
ty-seven years old. '_
FATAL ACCIDENT.-An unknown white mau
was run over and instantly killed by the Columbia
train on the South Carolina Railroad on Thurs?
day night, about lour miles fr., m the city. The
body, which was nronght to the city, was badly
crushed, both.legs * ere broken near the knee
Joint, and the skull was fractured. A jury olia-,
.quest was empanelled at the Upper Ward Station
house yesterday morning, bnt the inquest was
postponed until Monday morning at ll o'clock, in
consequence or the -abseoaa.wUnesjjen. pie
deceased was'abburTorW-flv'e5'yeats o hi, 'had a
reddish beard, and wasJ?ressod Us. a salt of steel
gray. Up to a late b?fcr.?-esjeraay evening he
bad not been IdentlfiwX* v *** x - n *
CLUBS S^D 8TAW.-3mMdM?1?nri
Johnson auas5oJ^rr Wjiliam^ w?sr^c ate need by'
Trial Justice Livy to thirty days in jail rohateal
'. lng a Bum or money from Henrietta Smothers. '
Adam Gommla gs, a vagrant, was sent to jail
for ten days-ay the Jkayor? \ ^4 nt?;' rf! VJ
Thomas Mahofiey wasT TBned arr?r bei?? drank
and assaulting J. N. Komahren*,.in his house, In '
Queen street, ^LLTJI ?^f\ - , .-y,
William TOnnlsV^v?g b'eea^'todged by^ls
father for vagrancy, jt*? son: .to the Boote ot ,
Correction for ten days. ' j
James Dawson was Wrested'on charge of as- j
sault and battery,; and, ?satenaed to pay. $r and
COStS. ..? . M T?Sll 4
TS?f?> 4i"~ m jj ; .!. ?1
UNITED STATES CO?BT- HON. G KO. 3. BBTA?%'|
JuDa?^PR?siDiNc-The Dlstrb* Court was open?
ed at il ?JU. oV .yesterday, Jana thc'?ouowlng
bosineas disposed of: ? ' ' .
In the matter or James C. Marshall, bankrupt,
ex parte Louis Mc La In, assignee or Marsha'.], Vs.
James w. Gray, receiver, and Raven el A Co.;
bill In equityfor foreclosure?ftaall property, re-.
Ueved of ? comb ranees: lt was ordered, that
tteproperQ^dBBcrr^b?aol?, ind tue "receiver
be paid the amount due him. and-that,, after the
aa'lsfMtloncy RaVen?l A Co's clalm ' th? balance,
lt any, be held subject td the order or the court
In the Circuit Court, James F. CaldweU, of New?
berry, s. cf, was admitted j? practice in tho
OOurts of theTJuit?d S ta tc a for South Carolina.
THE MANDAMUS * AGAINST CrrrlOoiisciLl-j
JODOB PIATT'SDECISION. -The petition for a man?
damus, to cgmpeiComi'<^a to.lsaue an order for an ;
election to DU the va ancles existing tn tho pres?
ent Board of Aldermen, occasioned'by th? resig?
nation of Aldermen T. J. Mackey and- E,' W. JL.
Mackey, and.thei death"W Alderman David Bar?
row, has been dismissed. The following ls the de
-cisi?n of the judge:
The State- wt 'relations'' 9. ll Bennett ?r al vs.
the City Council nf Charleston. Petition for man
Samus to compel th?.cUy to order au election to
li vacaacies lathe Cuy council.
The respondent-(the city) showed for cause
against the granting of a wriu of mandamus,
first, that the Cou t of General. "Sessions had- no
jurisdiction; second, that th- affidavit upon which
the rule ls asked does bdt sho? suffloi. nt cause.
The judgment Ls as follows: "The questions
arising from the two, grouuds or demurrer were
fully argued before me by counsel on both sides,
?na subsequently I have investigated, the re. ords
of the Supreme. Court to ascertain the decision tn
a certain case referred to by respondent's coun?
sel, and wherein the demurrer was precisely the
Barnebas the first branch of demurrer In inls case,
to wit: that the Court of General Sessions bad no
Jurisdiction ip mandamus oases.' 1% was the
case or the Stste*ex'rel. B. D.' Townsend et al vs.
H. Mciver et al The Supreme Court ruled that
the constitution had transferred the jurisdiction
ia mandamus cases from the General Sessions
Court to the Common Pleas Court, and that the
latter court possessed lt exclosjvely."
The Supreme Court, having thus decided as to 3
the question of Jurisdiction, no further no' ice can
here be taken of the second branch of respon?
The petition for mandamus ls dismissed.
Z. PLITT, Judge Second'Clrcuity;
Hotel Arri vaia-Oe t?lier 38.
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B, EL Bliss, New York; E. B. Stoddard, Bos?
ton; J. P. 9. Anderson, wire and child, Florida; B.
G. Rockville and wire. Aiken; P. Aborn, Boston;
T. S. E.13, Florida; J.D. Robertson, Blanton; A.
Dewitt. Baltimore; J. McRae, Georgia; W. H. Ger
spacii. J. B. Kemsman, Pennsylvania.
W. EL Fowler, New Orleans; A. E. Sommers,
Florida; G. Qulntard, T. M. Nevin. W. Bonner.
New York; S. DeWitt, Augusta; J. E. Bacon,
Edgeffeld; M. H. Burnett, Baltimore; R. Allwau,
New York; J. Gorham. Savannah.
R, Thompson, Barnwell; A. Hull, New York:
Captain W. Biers, Baltimore; J. Humbert, South
Carolina; J. S. Foster, Florence; J. S. Owen, Ad
am's Run; P. R. Coburn, Summerville; J. P. Bach
. Bauer, WJllistan.
COUSTIKG VELE VOTE.
A Reform Majority In Charleston City.
Last evening the board of canvassers, having
made better progress than on any previous day,
finished the votes for the eighth ward; and we
are able to lay before oar readers this morning
..the result of the late election, as far as the City of
Ch ules ton is concerned. The majority for Re?
form 18 smaller than was at first expected, bat
still shows an exceedingly gratifying change for
the better since the municipal election of 186S,
when the Conservatives were defeated by a ma?
jority of eighteen. The people have done their
duty, and althongh their success in the city is not
auffielen t to Influence the county vote, they have
done enough to" satisfy themselves that In the
municipal elections of 1871, with a good represen?
tative ticket and plenty of systematic hard work,
they can elect a Mayor and Board of Alderman
who will economize the revenues of the city, re?
duce taxation, and carry out lo every particular
the broad principles of Intelligence, Retrenchment
The entire number of votes cast, as shown m
detail in another column, ls 10.99S. Of this num?
ber Judge Carpenter (the Reform candidate for
Governor) received 5670, and Governor Scott (the
Radical candidate) received 5323, giving the Re?
form party a majority of 347 votes. General But?
ler (the Reform candidate' for Lieutenant-Gover?
nor) polled 15 votes-13 votes more than Judge
Carpenter and 421 votes more than his opponent,
Mr. A. J. Ransier.
0. C. Bowen, Radical, for Congress, received
5447 votes, beating hts opponent?, R. C. De Large,
colored Radical, by 3174 votes, and R. S. Th arin,
Independent, by 5242 votes.
Mr. Edwin Bates, the Reform candidate for
State senator, polled 6706 votes, beating W. H.
Mlshaw, Rac al, by 1865 votes, and Cain, Radica!,
by 4213 vot'
These fig ;8, of course, relate to tue city only.
After fin ling the city vote the commissioners
went on with the country. vote, completing St.
Thomas and St. Denis, Wadmalaw Island, St.
Stephen's, Pineville and Christ Church Palish.
Adding the additional vote, we have the following
totals as far as the vote ls counted. Carpenter
6068. Scott 7416; Scott's majority 1348. Butler
9117, Ransier 7389. Ransler's majority 1272. For
Congress-G. C. Bowen 7244, R* C. DeLarge 2754.
Bo.ven's majority 4190.
For State senator, the vote stands : Bates, Re?
former, 6099; Mlshaw. Radical, 5456; Cain, 1970.
Bates's majority over Mlshaw, 643 votes.
It will be noticed that the Bowen. ticket makes
all the running in the parishes except in Christ
Church, where the Der-arge ticket is ahead.
INTEREST ON DEPOSITS.-The Treasurer of
the National Freedman's Savings and Trost Com?
pany offers to pay interest from the 1st of Novem?
ber on ali money deposited before the 2lst.
TAXES.-The extended time allowed for- the
payment of the city and State taxes expires on
the 3ist instant, and the attention of all who ob?
ject to paying the 20 per cent, penalty ls- called to
the notices or the city and county treasurers, in?
serted m oar columns this morning.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.-The schedule of the
steamer Emilie has been chunged for mis trip
onlu, so that she will leave on Sunday morning,
at 8 o'clock, and returning will leave Georgetown
on Monday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. This change
ls made for the special accommodation or visit
tors to the Institute Fair, who will be passed for
the round trip on one fare, which rate will re?
main In force until the trip on the 6th or Novem?
PERSONAL.-Mr. George Quintar?, president
of the New Y rk and Charleston Steamship Com?
pany, arrived on the James Adger yesterday, and
is a guest ot the Mills House. Accompanying
him, are Messrs. T. M. Nevin and William Bon?
ner, both "solid men" or New York. Mr. Quin?
tar? has-done not a little to benefit our "City by
the Sea," and we trust he will find bis brier stay
among os both pleasant and profitable. .
Major John E. Bacon, of Edgefield,S. C., arrived
in this city yesterday afternoon, and ls staying at
the Mills House.
TOE GREAT FAIR.-The faur opens on Tues
j day, and many things are still wanted by the
committee in the way of decorations for the
great bau. The efforts or the young ladies and
gentlemen who have already given their assist?
ance bi this line have accomplished mach, but
the building la so large, tha* the committee are
again compelled to ca l upon the ladies for aid.
Five hundred baskets of flowers, arranged for
show, are wanted to complete the decorations,
and assistance from the young people of Charles?
ton ls earnest\? desired. The baskets are to be
heat to Holmes's. Lyceum, where they will be
taken bi charge by a committee, and a receipt
given for them to insure their return/ A visit to
th'egrounds to-day will amply repay all the young
people who desire to spend u pleasant Saturday,
and assist in promoting PE. object of such impor?
tance to the Internal lmr>rovemeat of old Caro?
ij ACADEMY OP MUSIC-LONDON ASSURANCE.
Dion Bonclcanlt'a comedy of London Assurance
was given at the Academy last evening, to a fair
house, In a very creditable manner. The play it?
self., without ?ny striking novelty ot incident or
?situation, ls-clever and amusing, with unusual
felicity in many ot lu vestal hits, and in some of
its characters affords scope for acting of a very
high order. Mr. Colin Stuart played "Slr Har?
court Courtly" with admirable judgment and
taste, and contrived to make a role whose indi?
viduality ls very difficult to preserve perfectly
.onslstent and natural. Mr. Kennedy's "Med?
dle" was a.very decided hit, and was carried ont
both bi dress and action with his usual thorough?
ness. Mr. Hubbard played "Dazzle" very well,
Mil Mr. Uart Conway, whose acting is full or
. promise, was a very successrol "Dolly Spanker."
Miss Laura Keene, as "Lady Gay Spanker," was
as careful and correct as usual. The rest or the
cast was tolerably filled.
Oar American cousin will be given at a matinee
to-day at 12 M.. and the same play will be repeat?
ed this evening. Miss Keene's role in this play ls
one ol her specialties, and she bas achieved la lt
an extended reputation.
- DONATIONS TO THE FAIR OP THE GERMAN
LADIES' SOCIETY.-The ladles again thankfully
acknowledge the following donations: Four
books, B. Doscher; one crochet doylie, Mrs. Hein
? ricuson; one crochet doj He, Miss M. Elsenbach;
' one handsome doll, Miss A. Bul winkle; one pair
cups and saucers, Mrs. A. M. Semken; one pack?
age tooth powder and one package cologne, Dr.
Caulier; one pincushion, Miss L. Smith; one
fruit stand and one album, Mrs. Frendenberg;
one crochet tidy, Miss M. Body; one handsome
cap and one pair mats, Miss M. Albers; one cro?
chet table cover, Miss Biertischen; two bottles
cologne H. Mayburg; one large lamp, P. L. Gull
lemln; one package perfumery. Dr. H. Baer; six
silver plated spoons, Mr. Woodside; two tidies.
Miss J. Meltzler; one pair Infant's shoes, Miss
Jancovlch; one pair mats, Miss C. Kappel; three
handsome cakes, Mrs. Phaler; three bottles
cognac, H. Klatte A- Co.; one bottle mixed pickles,
W. Marsoher; one sliver. plated cake basket, E.
Spear; one concertina, F. Dauer; two bottles
cologne. Dr. T. E. Hertz: half dozen linen towels.
Miss C. Clauss; one worsted table cover and two
pair cups and saucers. Mrs. C. D. Bolwlnkle: one
pair slippers, Ml-s A. Thees; one table cover and
pair oops and saucers, Mi's. Thees; one pair mats,
Miss M. Brassen; one pair shoes and three ladles'
vests, Mrs. Moloflns; two crochet covers, Miss A.
Eoester; one crochet baby dress and one pale
mats. Miss C. Klein: one work basket, Mrs. Lu?
den; one crochet sacque, Mrs. Stolze; one pair
worsted mats, Mrs. A. Semken; one reather pyra?
mid. Miss E. Builcken; one reather pyramid, Mrs.
L. Wagener; one crochet sacque, one fancy mat
two pair worsted flower bouquets^ Mrs. Brooks
one Taney pincushion, Mrs. Forreston ; a numbei
or fancy articles, W. L.Webb; half dozen dumasl
napkins, Miss C. Doscher; hair dozen dress?e
dolls, Mrs. Harms; cake Ingredients, J. H.Tietjen
a number ol fancy articles, Mrs. Himmelreich
one crochet child's skirt, Misses A. A S. Ort mann
Ave dollars, E. F. Benedikt; two doUars. D. M
Doacber; two dollars, Mr. Steencken; one dollar
Mr. Bitters on; one box of cigars, w. T. Leon
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THE GEE AT GERMAN FAIR.
The work o? arran ging-th o concert-rooms i
I the Academy o? Music, for the accommodation
I o? -the Fair of the German Ladlee' Society, will be?
gin this evening. Four long tables, for display?
ing the fancy articles, will be set in regalar order
along the sides of the rooms, and will be under
the management of Urs. H. Bischoff, Urs. N.
Fehrenbaoh, Urs. E. J. H. Fischer, and Urs. C.
Amme. There will also be two refreshment ta?
bles ander the' management of Urs. D. A. Amme,
the president or the society, and Mrs. A. Nimitz.
The rooms will be elegantly decorated with ever?
greens and flowers, and the flags of all nations
will be hung along the walls. In one of the rooms
will be a Jacob's wen, without which no fair
would be complete.
The fancy tables will display a great many
handsome articles, for sale and raffle, varying in
value, from twenty-five cents to five hundred dol?
lars; and a number of grab-bags will be carried
around the rooms, for the satisfaction of juvenile
purchasers. The refreshment tables will be load?
ed with every lurary that the appetites of the
visitoia may demand. Four magnificent steeple
cakes will be raffled for reasonable amounts.
Refreshments will be provided at low rates, and
the hungry and thirsty may obtain anything be?
tween a glass of lemonade and a square supper.
A magnificent epergne, or combined fruit and
cake stand, two feet and a bair high, made or sil?
ver, and valued at about five hundred dollars, will
be awarded to the fire company holding ?he
largest number of tickets. The price of the tickets
has not yet been fixed, but they will probably be
sold at ene dollar apiece. The epergne will be
placed ia the centre of thc president's table. Uni
ler's Band will be in attendance, and will delight
those who love the pleasures of the dance.
The doors will be opened at 6 P. M. on Monday,
the 3ist instant, and will be closed nightly at mid?
night. Tickets of admission will he sold at Arty
cents a piece, children half-price. This ls the first
fair that has been undertaken in aid or the Ger?
man Church In this city, and lt gives us pleasnre
to announce that the ladles of other denomina?
tions have, In many cases, manifested their Inter?
est by liberal donations.
A number of exquisite pieces of needle-work,
and other articles, donations to the rab;, are to be
seen at Ur. F. von S an ten's, No. 270 Bang s'reef.
MESSRS. ANDREW & SALTO have just received
a large supply of apples, large enough and fair
enough to tempt the modern Eve without the in?
tervention of a serpent; also, cabbages, almonds,
potatoes, and every other variety of nut, vegeta?
ble and fruit.
ACADEMT OF Music BALOOK.-A Hot Lunch
every day from ll to 1 o'clock. Oysters served In
every style, day and night. J. P. HORBACH,
oot27-lmo _ Proprietor.
MARE TOUR CLOTHINO I-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Hate! street Bazaar. octl4-fs
WRITING DESKS AND PORTFOLIO?, one dollar
each-Hasel street Bazaar, and No. 161 King
street. _ octl4-fa
FRAMES ! FRAMES ! FRAMES !-AT REDUCED
PRICKS I AT REDI-CRD PKICKS I-Por Photo?
graphs and Imperial Cards-the greatest variety
ever seen In this city-the Ladles are especially
Invited to call at No. 161 King street, or at the
Hasel street Bazaar. octl4-fs
RUSTIC GOODS! ROSTI? Goops!-Side and
corner brackets, book racks, wall pockets, paper
stands, match safes, and [picture Trames. Hasel
Street Bazaar and No. iel King street. oe ti ?
HAVE you tried my dollar Tea, Green and
Black? WILSON'S OBOCBBT. .. Jans
GRAND AND F?RST OPENTNO OP DRT GOODS,
consisting of Dress Goods, Blankets; Flannels,
Casslmeres, Velvets, silks; also, Carpets and
Oilcloths, ftc, at the Branch Store or Furchgott,
Benedict ft Co., No. 244 King G tree tr next to the
Misses Ash tons. Uost all the goods are or our.
own Importation, and wit] be offered to the public
at such prices never known in Charleston be?
fore. ? OOt 24
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to famish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon,' at ?Pper thous?
and. Send yonr orders. Every merchant and
business man should ha*ft? his card printed on
his envelopes. ^ s'^^0"1*^
. SIUMO?SB?s??ttr?-l0^Ihls rttrr^^sday
evening, the a6tbrtuat, by:i^'Rw. W. B. Yates,
Ur. J. H. SmaoNs to ilka SALL?E E., daughter er
the .delating clergyman.
Special HS elites. i
p9~ OFFICE CITY TREASURY, OC?
TOBER 24, 1370.-Unill the inst instant, CITY
TAXES for 1870 will be received at this office,
arter which time the penalty or twenty per cent,
will be added, and executions issued to the
Sheriff. S. THOMAS,
oct20-:: _City Treaanrer.
pi- OFFICE TREASURER CHARLES?
TON COUNTY, FIREPROOF BUILDING,
CHARLESTON, S. O, OCTOBER 2?, 1870.-The
Books of this office will be closed on the 3lst In?
All Taxes remaining unpaid at that time will be
subjected to a penalty of 20 per cent
oct? WU. GURNEY. County Treasurer.
NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S SAV?
INGS AND TRUST COMPANY, CHARLESTON
BRANCH, No. 74 BROAD STREET.-Money de?
posited on or before the 21st of November, will
draw Interest from November 1st. Interest allow
ed, and compounded in March, July and Novem- ]
ber, and on Special Deposits every thirty days.
All Deposits payable on demand, with interest
due. NATHAN RITTER,
oct 29-, 19_Cashier.
^THE LITER IS MORE FREQUENT?
LY the seat of disease than ls generally supposed,
for upon its regular action depends, in a great
measure, the powers of the stomach, bowels,
brain, and the whole nervous system. Regulate
that Important organ by taklug SIMMONS'S
LIVMR REGULATOR, and you prevent most of |
the diseases that flesh ls heir to._oct29-l
~pm- AN AUTUMN SUGGESTION.
Now, as heavy fogs arise and searching winds
commence to blow; now, as the human body,
exhausted like Inanimate nature by the heats of j
summer, begin to wilt and droop; now, ere the
Inclement winter makes Its trying onset; now ls
thc time for a preparatory course or the best ac?
climating medicine in existence, HOSTETTHR'S
Fever and Ague is rampant in ail parts of the
country. Quinine, the physicians admit, will not
quell the phase of the disease which at thc pres?
ent pervades the entire West. It is well that lt ls
so, for the remedy (so-called) is deadlier than
the malady. But if quinine ls inefficient In inter?
mittent fevers, Hostetter's Bitters ls irresistible.
It would be sare to make a contract, under heavy
penalties, that auy given "Fever-and Ague Dis?
trict1' shonhl be exempted from the disorder for
any particular time, provided every Inhabitant
would take the Bitters according to dlrecttons.dur
mg the term of the contract. There has never been
an Instance In which this sterling lnvigorant and
anti-febrile medicine has failed to ward off the
complaint, when taken duly as a protection
against malaria. Hundreds or physicians have
abandoned ull the oftlcinal specifics and now pre?
scribe this harmless vegetable tonie, and nothing
else, as a preventive and cure Tor all the rorm3 or
chills and fever. Vigor is the thing must needful
In the-e cases, as weil as in dyspepsia and ner?
vous affections, and Hostetter's Bli ters are the
safest, surest, and mest wholesome strengthening
preraratiou that human skill has yet concocted.
pg* AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TRUSSES.-Comfort and Oure^for the Ruptured.
Sent postpaid on receipt of io cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, Na 120 Lexington avenue, New
1I1JUUJ,V?1 i 1 ,1 ., . . . ? .
PI-i rf?.:.].n< . ..7
- -Special 5f ot ices.
^ TRINITY CHUECH.-TE
will be preaching. in. this Church To-Mo
MORN rsa, at half-past io o'clock, and in tt
TBKNOOK at half-past J?. Prayer : Meetb
NIGHT, in the Lecture Room, at a quarter-p
ps- OIBCULAR CHURCH.
Pastor having returned, regular Services v
resumed To-MORROW, in the Horning at hal
io, and In the AFTERNOON at 4 o'clock, QI
pB- HIBERNIAN HALL.-DH
Service will be held in Hibernian Hall TOMOF
at half-past 10 A. H., and half-past 7 P. M.
Subject for the evening,' "Home- its law
ps- UNITARIAN CHURCH.-DI"?
Service will be held in this Church To-Moi
MORNING, at half-past io o'clock, the Rev.
CUTLER officiating, strangers are cordial
vlted to attend. _oe
^DIVINE SERVICE WILI
conducted in the Orphans' Chapet?n SAB
AFTERNOON, at half-past 3 o'clock, by the
C. 0. PINCKNBY._ . ' . QC
p** FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHUB
The Pastor of this Church being absent iron
City, Divin ce Service will'.be conducted To
BOWEVI-NTNG and AFTERNOON by the Rev.
BUIST, D. D.__0C
ps- THE MARINERS' CHURCH W
be open fof Divine Service every SABBATH M
INO, at half-past 10 o'clock, corner of Church
Water streets. Services by the Rev.' W. B. YA'
^NOTICE-ALL PERSONS HAY]
Claims against the British Bark Crusoe, wre<
in Folly Island Inlet, are hereby notified to
sent.them, for adjustment at the office of D. .
NINGS, No. 12 Brood street.
Ogg_?_E. A. MIX. Masti
pS- ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE OF A
POINTMENT.-IN THE DISTRICT COURT
THE UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT
SOUTH CAROLINA.-In the Matter of 0.
AVERILL A SON, Bankrupts.-In Bankrnp
To whom lt may concern : The undersigned h
by'gives notice of his appointment as Assigne
C. N. AVERILL A SON, of the City of Charlesi
In the County of Charleston, and State of Sa
Carolina within said District, who have been
Judged Bankrupts upon their own petition
the District Court of Bald District, dated
Charleston, the-day of October, A. D. 187
??-COTTON PRESSES ON ?NK
WHARF.-The Press at East end of Shed on Un
Wharf wm be known as "STEAMERS' PRES
and that at the West end will retain the name
Both Presses will be auder the management
the subscriber, assisted by Mr. MCCABE.
Shippers bf cotton will please take note of
several names of the Presses, and draw up tl
No change has beea made In the charge
?.Ct29ra_._ JOHN HAN'CKEt
ps- SOUTH CAROLINA LNSTIT?
FAIR.-Persons desiring to send articles for e:
bition at the approaching Fair of the "South Ce
lina Institute," are notified that the building
now ready for the reception of goods. \
The undersigned will be at his office on the I
Grounds every day, between sunrise, and sun:
until the 1st November, for the purpose of rec?
lng and entering articles for "exhibition"
"competition for premiums."
Small packages can be left at the store of Mes:
W. G. WHILDEN AGO., corner King and Beaux
streets. E. MONTAGUE GRIMEE,
I ps-. NOTICE. -ON AND AFTER MO
j DAY, 31st October,;the Steamer PILOT BOY i
make two trips eaoh week through to Savarin
' leaving Charleston every MONDAY and THDRSI
I MORNING, at 8 o'clock. Returning win leave
van uah every TOXSDAT and FRIDAT MORN INO
7 O'Clock. J. D. AIKEN a cc
p*- RISLEYS PHLLOTOKEN, OR ?
MALE'S FRIEND, ls a treasure-that should
possessed by every female who desires to reste
improve or preserve her ' beauty, her health
physical comfort. Its nae relieves pain, contr
the nerves, dispels hysteria, and secures comf
and safety daring periods of trial Useful
treating all complaints peculiar to adult femal
Sold by the Druggists at %\ per bottle. Whc
sale Agents, DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, No.
Meeting street, Charleston, S. C. oct27-thsta:
*-pS- $500. REWARD OFFERED BY TI
proprietor" Of Dr. SAQB'? ?ATARRH,.*B*ED
for a case of Catarrh which he cannot cure. *
by Druggists, or by mall Rix ty cents. Pam pu
giving symptoms and mode of treatment, se
free. Address Dr. R. V. PIERO*, Buffalo, N. Y,
pS- FIVE CENTS ADDITIONAL WIL
buy Shoes with stiver or copper tips, which w
save the buyer tho price of a new pair of shoe
Compared with ragged toes aud dirty stocking
they are beautiful, to say the least. Parents, ti
pS- OFFICE $P THE SOUTH CARC
LINA CENTRAL RAILROAD COMP AN'
CHARLESTON, S. C., OCTOBER 15, 187<?.-Tt
Fourth Instalment of FIVE DOLLARS per Shai
I will be pay ab e on 15th November proximo-.
In Charleston, at the office of the company, N<
10 Broad street.
In Sumter, to MSQor JOSEPH JOHNSON.
In Clarendon, to Dr. JOHN J. INGRAM.
WM. H. PERONNE AU,
! ps- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. -
AU persons having claim* against the Batate o
WM. J BR VE Y, deceased, late of Charleston, ap
hereby notified to present the same, duly attest
ed'; and all persona indebted to make paymen
to me, at my office. No. se Broad street, Charles
ton. W. ST. JULIEN JERVEY,
0022-83_ . Administrator.
ps- GETTING MARBLED. -ESSAYS
for Young Men on Social Evils, and the propriety
er Impropriety of getting Married, with samtarj
help for those who feel unfitted for matrimonia
h8.pplaes& Sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad
dress Howard Association, Box P, Philadelphia
j ?ser-NOTICE 3 0 SHIPMASTERS ANI
AGENTS OF VESSELS.-On and arter Tnis DAI
I the rates Tor compressing Cotton, Includlnj
drayage to the vesseL will be Beventy-flve cent?
(75c.) per bile. SHIPS COTTON PRESS,
TYLER COTTON PRESS,
~~ps- AWATWTTH SPECTACLES. -OLI
Eyes made new, easily, without doctor or medl
cine?. Sent postpaid on receipt or lo cents. Ad
dress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue
~;2ff-A GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From the time when, tn 1834, Dr. RUOOE*dlscov
ered "Carbo?c Acid" and Its extraordinary medl
cal effects, nothing In the history or Medicine hat
equalled it. Largely used by the French physi
elana in treatment of consumptive and sc/ofu
lons diseases, lt was introduced by the Court Phy
slclan or Berlin, MAX ERNST HENRY, Into Pros
ala, and. from thence to the United states. No
thing else or the present day can equal HEN
RY'S SOLULION OR CARBOLIC C0NST1TUTI01
RENOVATOR. Patients get better after only ont
dote hag been taken, and we cortUOly.recominent
it to the public-TEdltor "Antas." . Janl7 lyr
TTPHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SURE CURE FOR DRJT>XEi?N?BS.'
Ono Dollar a Bottle. Seat by roan, poatagi
paid, on receipt of price.
The Antidote ls the best ramedy that can, tx
administered In Mania-a-Po^n, and also roz al
For sale by Dr. H. BAKE,
No. i a. Meeting street,
oct? Agent for'South Carolina.
N:E w/-, r/AX't.'' A NB. ^IAEI?:
- ; ..^?USTO?ENEDAT..;
287 -\ .Tging Street. ?80
" -C:.^. A-. . . ,. ,, . . .' . .--tH:: !.':?? f* *ofl hw- I i?
...-'"''' - . ' ..'."T^- -?. ' y '.' ..?*.. : .. . . '?>?>[????:
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We beg to laform the ladies of Charleston that we hare opened a large WHOLESALE.STOCK AT
no. 280 KING STEP ET, for the convenience o? those' niling Country Orders, where they can get ad
ciasaea of Goods by the piece, rt Jobbing rates, na tow aa at any house in tne city.
We bave also arrangea oar. BETAU, STORE with special care for adding tojhe comfort and
convenience of the_ladies and au who purchase
C H E A T I> R Y GO O I> S .1
; We Are determined to sell all Btyles of Goods at a very snail auvance on cost? and hope ?that
oar friends and all consumers of the useful, as veli as ornamental Gooda] ia our hue, wlir give
us c jan before purchasing elsewhere. * .'"..:
we;have Jost made very large additions to ourStocks in; both Stores. We b^.to'cau special
attention to a few leading styles: . ' --
DR.KS5 GOODS PROM ACCTION-CHEAP.
j . ;./ .... j:
;e r.v,' lahpi-.
A lot?of FALL POPLIN'S, 25 cents "A""""--.." P
AU shades lu Plain Colored Alpacas, ac 23 cents, worth 40 cents-cheap
Large lot of Detains, a good assortment of Poplins, Plain and Plaid, from 85 to ?4 cents
All shades Puxored Ottoman Cloths, at SS cents. These are choice Goods. Als?, the 4-4 Ottoman
Cloths-In aU shades .
Large assortment of Empress Cloths, ranging la price from ft? to 90 cents and $1. ?
Also, a CHEAP LOT OF FLANNELS, Longcloths, Sheetings, Brown and Bleached Shirtings, Ad., Ac
Together with every other article to be found in a DRY GOODS HOUSE, which we wfll sell lew
for cash, or city acceptance, at
sep26 STOLL, WEBB & CG.
U fi E 0SWE60 STARCH.
T. KINGSFORD & SON, MANUFACTURERS!
THIS STARCH has established , greater celebrity than any other ever obtained, and having re?
cently doubled the capacity of their works, they will now be able to moet the demand. - Their works
are the largest of the kind la the world, the production being over twenty tons each day.
S.The great desideratum in tho Starch, and that which ls exceedingly difficult to secure, ls uniform
good quality. NONE OF INFERIOR GRADES IS EVER WANTED BY THE CONSUMER; and every
Grocer ls aware or the annoyance caused by even a slight variation in the quality. None below tne
standard ls ever allowed to go ont of the factory, and not a box has ever been returned to them aa
defective. IT WILL KEEP PERFEOFLY SWEET FOR YEARS IN ANY CLIMATE.
Mr. KINGSFORD has been engaged in the manufacture of Starch' for THIRTY-NINE YEARS, and
is the Inventor of the procees of making CORN* STARCH. "
The subscribers are sole Agents for Messrs. T. KINGSFORD A SON'S STARCH, and are prepared to
famish the wholesale and re tau trade at MANUFACTURER'S PRICES.
ootl2-2mos_HENRY GERDTS <fc CO., Agenta.
TT" NICKERBOCKER MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
BRASTUS LYMAN, President. GEORGE F. SNIFFEN, Secretary.
INCOME FOR lase.?s,oti,?24
. ASSETS OVER. T,o00,o00
Securely invested under stringent Life Insurance Law of New York.
This Company has deposited gso.ooo in State Bonds with Comptroller-General of South rollas,
?saddltltional security to Local Policyholders.
f ordinary Life, Non-Forfeiture and Endowment Policies Issued on every plan. Premiums payable
annually, semi-annually and quarterly.
Rates of Premium are as low as any Company can offer and do a safe business. No extra'charge
for Southern residence.
Cash and Reversionary Dividends proportioned on Contribution plan declared annually, and may
oe used to reduce Premiums for ensuing year, or to increase amount assured.
A Loan o f 33 H per cent, on am o an : of premiaras allowed if desired. No restrictions on travel in
any portion of the United States or Europe. Losses promptly paid.
WM. 3. HASTIE & SON, General Agents for the Carolinas,
sep0-S s3mos .*fl-48 BROAD STREET, Charleston, S. C.
Soots, Srjoes, &c.
O'NEILL 4" 8 O N S ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
No. 33 HATNE STREET,
a&ARLHltfO.V, S.C. ' - , j
LIFE INSUBANC E COMPANY
SEW Y 0 H.S.
OB0AKI2BD m 1869.
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEIT AR LE.
j HAL? LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
UBI 0A8B DtnOKKD (FIFTT) M FIB OXKT.
Poll cea IQ loree.-$ 25,000,000 j
Arnual loc?me.~>. 800.0W I
Losses PaM. 100,000 j
W. PL PBCKHAH, President,
WM. T. BOOKER, Vice-Preside
Lu MoADAM, Secretary and Actuary,
iicjp. Joan A. Dix, Now York.
Hon. James Harper, Firm of Harper A Bro?., et
Mayor New Torie
Joh? J. Grane, President Bank Republic.
Wm? M. Vermilyer Banker, (Vermilye * Go.)
Oha?. G. Rockwood, Oas ni er Newark Banking
Hon. George Opydyke, ex-Mayor Sew York.
Minot 0. Morgan, Banker.
Thomas Rigney, Firm Thomas Rigney A Oo.
Beni. B. Sherman, Treasurer New York Steam
Sagar Benning Company.
Aaron Arnold, Firm of Arnold, Constable A Ob.
Richard H. Bowne, Wetmore A Bowne, Lawyers.
E. V. Hanghwout, Firm E. V. Haughwoat A Oo.
Wm. Wllkens, Firm of Wllkens A Co.
julius H. Pratt, MertSoant.
Wm. W. Wright, Merchant.
Charles J. Starr, Merchant.
William Allen, Merchant.
Geo. W. Cuvier, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Geo. T. Hope, President Continental Piro lnsor
John G. Sherwood, Park. Place.
Walten H. Peckham, corner Fifth Avenue and
Edward H. Wright, Newark, N. J.
Geo. W. Farlee, Counsellor.
W. L. Cogswell. Merchant.
KEIM ? ISSBBTEL,
General Agenta for Sooth Carolina and Georgia,
Office No. 40 Broad street,
? Charleston, S. 0?
Dr. T. RE EN ST J ERNA, Examining Physician.
QHAMPOOING AND HAIR. CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly and ai
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
Broad street, next door to Telegraph office.
?Jrrj ?oo?s, &Z.
JUBST ARRIVALS OF FALL- GOODS.
200 plews of desirable Nev Styles of DRESS
GOODS, from 20C. ap ;.
SOO pair Of 104 WHITE BLANKETS, c.Uy $3 TS,
worth $4 50_
100 pair O? 104 WHITE EXTRA BLANKETS, $5,
worth f6 60 ,
so pieces, Cholee Colors, Empresa Cloth, only
06., worth 86
loo Improved Styles and fine quality of .'ARABS,"
only $3, worth $5
26 rolls CARPETS, which will ba sold 26 per cent,
below their value.
A magnificent assortment ef the LATES1
s?tXE? PLAIDED AND PLAIN DRESS gOODS,
From our own Importation, the largest an<
beet assortment in the city.
Also, a rich selection ol FLANNELS, CASSI
lt?RES, Jeans, Satinets, Domesttos, Ac
An early cali ia earnestly solicited, and bar
gains will bfi guaranteed.
FURCHCKyrT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 437 KING STREET,
oma Corner of King and Calhoun streets.
ellina, QTrocImn, &c.
"HAVE REMOVED THEIR
WHOLESALE CROCKERY, CHINJ
FROM No. 137 MEETING STREET TO Na *
Extending through to No. ?3 MARKET STREET,
entrance on both streets.
Mr. W. S. LANNEAU wUi have the WHOLE?
SALE DEPARTMENT especially ander hie charge,
and Mr. STEPHEN THOMAS, Jr., will be found at
the RETAIL STORE, No. 256 KINO STREET, cor?
ner Bea nra LU , and will manage that branca.
* Oar customers and friends will rind a complete
ASSORTMENT OF GOODS at both S tore? at REA?
Wv. G. WHIXDBN. . S. THO?U, JR. . W. 8. LANNBAC
CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
NO. 29 HAYN B.'SfS IEBS1,
No. 62 MARKET STREET.:
SILVER AND PLATED WABE
.CUT AND PRESSED GLASS
CROCKERY AND CHINi
NO. 255 KING STREET,
For sale by
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN ? 00.
gO U TEEB^DY E HO U S E.'~
A new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opene
at No. 359 King street, where DYEING In all co
ors, and Cleaning or all kinds ls done at tb
a Hortest notice and In the best style:
BLASOOWj BILLER A CO.,
/ French Dyers,
No. 369 King street, near corner George street,
- S SIGN E B'S* "'B A't*. nm
A. THREE VALUABLE RICE- PLANTATIONS
UN COMBA BEE RIVES. V ...
~ By virtue or aa order or sale to me dlrecw by -
*jje Hon. George S. Bryan, J?d^or tAeCrlted
States Court for the DfetrictW^u
win offer for ea'.eat PtibUc Auction, attteOld
Postofflce, foot of Broad street, on TUESDAY,
the first day of November nert, at If o'clock
ffr ^The following PLANTATIONS, tO"wiifc ?
X. GREEN POINT PLANTATION, In Beanfort
County on Co m dabee River, containing about
100 acres, or which 281 acres are tide swamp rio?
neldsi under bank, and the balance high lands, ut
woodB. pastures, Ao. Bounded north on Landa
of Mrs. Susan s. Kelthr south by Lands or Mrs.
Wilham Henry Heyward .and the CornMaha;
Biveri; east by said river, and west by Lands or
Mrs. wullara Hep-T Heyward. . ? * *?
il ?ROVE PLANTATION; in CoUetoa County
north side or Combin?e River, containing 148
acres or tide swamp rice n^MToctun
cleared swamps, and 318 acres ot highland Heida,
woods, Ac. Bounded north by .Lanas orMTS.
William Henry Heyward ; east by Lands or Mayen
A Blssell, south by Lands of Nathaniel Heyward
and Blssell, and west by Lands of Nathaniel Hey?
ward and Mrs. William Henry Heyward. :
Also au that TRACT OF LAND, adjoining the
above, containing 21 aereas of uncleared swamp,
and formerly a part of the Vineyard Plantation.
Also aU that other Tract or Land adjoining the
above, containing 38 acres or uncleared swamp,
and originally a part of the Vineyard reserved
8. PART OF THE BLANFORD PLANTATION. *
in Eeaufort County, south side or oombahee
Blver, containing m iwrjfl Of wreclafme?
swamp, Bounded north'hy Combabas River an er
Lands of Mrs. WUaahl HeywATd; east by COmba.
hee River; south and wes t by Lands of /Mr*.1 Wil?
liam Henry Heyward. ? ? ?_ .
4. PINE LAND HOUSE, .on the Waiterboro?
Road, CoUetonCounty.: ? ,.; r
Terms-One-fourth .cash; .the balan oe payable
In one, two and three years; the deferred pay?
ments to be secured bj bonds of the purchaser
and mortgage of the premises,' with interest at
the rate of seven per cent, per annnrd. Purchaser
to pay assignee for stamps and papers.
Assignee of william Henry Hey ward., -,
oct8-a3 _ . y .
SALE AT AUPTION.-^FOB ACCOUNT
. of Underwriters and all concerned.
Or. MONDAY next, 31at Instant,
The HULL and what errees may be saved from .
the wreck or the Britisa Bark crusoe, now lying
at FoUy Island Inlet.: i>r - v. E. A. MLS,
.J piaster Bark Ornase.
<r-- At Office or D. JENNINGS,.
oct28 : . No. 12 Broad street . ch
Bj LOWNDES & GRIMBALL,
AUCTION SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT. arr,
WUl be sold on TUESDAY. 1st ot No ve mow :
next, at the Old Postofflce, at il o'clock, __:
AU that LOT with the two story DWELLANO
HOUSE and KITCHEN, on Park street, in Ware ;
No. 8, near Rutledge and Line, measuring 40 reet ? "
on Park street, 78 feet on the north and 80 reet on .
the south line; bounding on Lands no WW rora
erly or P. Mathews. - Byan and others un
known, bat marked as Lots 2 and li on J. lt-' .' ?J?
Branch's D.S. Survey or Upper Waids. .?. o-..v
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay L.'AG.forpa-;. .
pera. _ oct2T-tqsw> . . . ^ .
By JOHN S. BYAR* ; "5
Io. 5 9 Broad Street.
SNUG DWELLING; No. 84 CANNON '
street, weat of Coming street,opposite Is-'
On TUESDAY, the 1st day of November. I wm .
seu, at Public Auctlon.'at li o'clock A. M., at the ,'.
Old Postofflce, Broad street, . - -, ile
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings . :
thereon, consisting ora Two Story Frame Honse, '
with Kitchen detached, and a weuiof good water? , ; &
known as No. 64 Cannon street, north side, di
rectly opposite Ialingtfln Court, measnrlng abd '
containing- thirty-three and one-third feet front
on Cannon street, bj one hundred and seventy-. .
two feet in depth, be the same more or lesa. ". a::
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two .0
years, secured by bond and mortage of property- ,
Property to be Insured and policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps, j J L ?
1 JOHN S. RYAN. Auctioneer. "
oct27-thatu3 ,No. $2 Broad street..,*.;
By J. FRASEE MATHE WES. ?
FURNITURE-OF THE CALDER HOU8E> WM
comer of Church audQneeu streets, _ ;
WUl besolden the above premises TUESpAT ?
next, 1st November, at IQ o'clock, "
The entire FURNITURE or the Hotel, constattaf'
or Tables, Chairs. Crockery, Cutlery, Handsome '
Rosewood. French and other Bedsteads, Mohair
Sofas, Tete-a-Tetea* lounges. Wardrobes, Wash- -
stands, Centre Tables, Large Brussels and other nu
carpets. Mattresses, Pulows and Blankets, Cook?
ing Stove and Kitchen Utensils, and many other
articles. . . . .
Terms cash. occas
By J. FBaffl^MairilB vTi3,
Re al EitAte Broker, N o. 56 Bread Street.
AT PRIVATE' SALE,
PHOSPHATE LANDS Of best auaUtywd
locations. ' '.. \'#?x?&\}j?'a?L ?
Bice and Cotton Plantations In all parts Of. ttl?.
St?t6* i* *l n .? ( . v
City Residences, Stores, Piding Lots',??d
Farms. V QWMW,.
>J0RTHEASTERN ' RAILROAD.
Trains ieave ^^on.dany^at ?.80 A.. IL,
Arrive at Charleston 7.30 A. M., (Mondays et- .
Train leaving at 9:30 A. M.. makes Jhrough con?
nection to New York, via Richmond and Aqula
Creek only-going through In 42 hoars, and with?
out aeiSSftw on onnciaT. -
Train leaving at ?jo f. AL tm oholca of rdui#
via Richmond and Washington, or Bay route via
Portsmouth and Baltimore. Passengers leaving
Jirtday by this train lay over on Sunday tn Bain- '
more j those leaving on Saturday remain Sondar
in Wilmington, N. c. " ,
This is toe cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to' Cincinnati, Chicago and other point?'
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. CLBAPOR, General Ticket Agent.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road mn dally as
Leave Charleston.8.30 A.M.
Arrive at Savannah........3.00 P. M."
Leave Savannah................ll.i? A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.20 P. M.
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic A Gull
Railroad for Jacksonville, St, Augustine, and all
points in Florida.
Wita Central Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile. New Orleans and the West.
Wkh Steamboats for points on the Savannah.
At Charleston with the Northeastern and Sont h
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for ad points
North and West. . . . . arri -
Through Tickets over this Une on sale at R?tete
in Charleston; Screven House, Savaanah; and oil
prindin! Ticket offices North and South.
Freights forwarded daily to and from Savan?
nah and all points beyond.
Through Bills or Lading Issued to JacksonvlUe,
Palatka, Ac . "
Tariff as Iowas by any other ^?^^
oct5 Engineer and Superintendent.
O?TH CAROLINA RAILROAD
GENERAL SUPERLNThNLENl> OFFICE,\?
. CHARU-p-.TOh. IS C., Mi/ ll, 1870. J '
On and after sunday, May .sth, the Passenger
Trains upon *.uc Soutr: -.'j- ouna Railroad will run
as foUows: . .
Leave Charleston.6.30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.4.25 P. M.
Leave Cnarleston.8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.10 P. M.
Leave Augusta.6.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.7.45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.3'J P. M.
AUGUSTA Niorrr EXTBSSS.
. (Sundays excepted.)
Leave Charleston.8.30 P. M.
Leave Augusta. .6.00 P. M.
Arrive ar- Angosta..7.05 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.?.40 A. M.
COLUMBIA HIGHT HXTUSSd.
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Leave Colombia.;.7.?o P. M.
Arrive at Colombia.?.?-?O A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.46 A. ?.
BUMMEaVLLLX TBA1K. ' , v
Leave Charleston.y ?r
Arrive at Summerv?lc.5vj! f* 5*
Leave Summerville...l'zt T" 5
Arrive at Charleston.. j. .iy.^.~
Camden and cSSsSla^FM^f^^^^
UnuniT? WRDVK3DAVS and SATuBDATo, aQQ DO>
seagers at Ringville, ?Vr?s M.
Leave camden.: ** 5
Arrive ax wiumoia.V'VllSp.S
Leave Oolumbla." aiai ?
Jgrtve at casndea.yy;f^*^
ma7l3 General superintendent