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-?tWEDAY? OCTOBER 19,1872.
. ?Tiv. .is ? _
jsBws.ov THE DAY. .
.' -Thei Gennaa army ot oc:npaUon have her
gao 'to evacuate Ute department of Upper
-A dispatch from the East announces that
the mil way 'between Yokohama and Yeddo,
Japan; has' been formally opened by the
^Din-Anne Arundel, Md., Circuit Court
meets at Annapolis on Monday, and during
thia- term the trial of Mrs. Wharton on the
charge ot attempting to poison Van Ness will
be called up, and lt Is expected that lt will be
-The engineer and fireman ol a Tennessee
train at lollBinjed lately, had a fight which re?
sulted adversely to the engineer. The ore
TQtm ttenjmddanly reversed the engine with
mob a shock that several cars were smashed
and tte train-delay ed several hours. ?
_A correspondent of the Cincinnati Com.
morcial says: "When In Switzerland last
month I chanced to meet fis wet In the rail
way station at Ol ten. Quit* .?earty and Jolly
hewasv I could not but laugh to read on my
return the sentence of death pronounced on
hJm i>y the m 111 lary court at Versalll es. "
of the ultra fashionable ladles of
rintroduoed a new costume, or
tiiquainjaaoe calls and ts BO unfortunate as to
fiad the ladies out. Instead of being asked to
leave his card, he is requested to inscribe his
Baale In a handsome visiting book.
. -Co-operative associations seem to flourish
better in Scotland than any other co uni ry,
while In Ixsland they are extremely unpopu?
lar, 'liTr^Alajad, tba ''Funeral " and ''Friend .
^?artig?je ^r&n'n?jly~ lacr?ase l? member
shlPnOt those devoted exclusively to bual
aets,grocery, prevision and baking societies
poya1 rory nice dividend. : tant?n
-IT the report that coal bas been found in
Ireland la true lt will certainly be the turning 11
point in taut long lane of misfortune that dis?
tracted ^tion of the klogdom bia been plo*
ding In ap Lbtig. The .seam said to have been J
. diapered.is ten feet thick, and iles near the
River Sulr, which wiU render Its transporta?
tion TBrj: easy.
-The Long Island Baptist Association has
been. dlflcujMing for the past two days the
question of close communion, and the recent
action ol Bev. Dr. Pentecost tn baptizing Miss
Smiley, the Quakeress. The association,
which comprises repr?sentatives from all the | j
it churches In Brooklyn and Long Island,
i to be about equally divided The aa
. can orly vote aa an association, ita
action not binding any society, unless said so
clety shall -en dor? Its action by vote.
Jtvia reLUed by a correspondent of the
New York:Herald that a lew months before
- the lamented Archbishop Spalding died, he
FkyfiUly put his gold chain and cross around
the "neck ot Bishop Bayley and remarked,
"That will soon be yours. Here 1B the Arch*
bishop of Bali core." It- ls also narrated by
tba 'jame oorrespouGeat, as a blt ol history,
that two of Archbishop Bayley's predecessors,
Whitfield an?, Ecclertcn, were converts to the
Catholics lal tb, as well as Archbishop Bayley,
who Ia now the eighth of the line ot Archbish?
ops of Baltimore, his predecessors having
been John Carroll, Leonard Neale, Ambrose
Mar?chal, James Whitfield, Samuel Eccleston,
Patrick Kenrick and Martin John Spalding,
In the order In which they are named.
-A Berlin letter attributes Mme. Lucca's
tour ol the United States to domestic trouble,
and intim?tes that divorce from her husband,
Baron Von Rheden, will be tbs consequence
of ber leaving Berlin without his consent.
The Berliner Borsenzeltung confirms this re?
port, and speaks of Baron Yon Bhaden having
instituted legal proceedings against his wife
for? divorce. On behalf of Mme. Lucca lt
says, however, that the Baron ls no longer
tba exemplar? husband be waa during the
flrat three or lour years of marriage; that he
U ah inveterate gambler, and haa squandered
macy thousands of dollars of the earnings o?
His wife. Mme. Locos, before she left Berlin,
however,'Wrotea letter to the Flemrerdlat
newspaper, in which her allusions are alto?
gether to a dhsageement with the manage?
ment of the royal theatres of Berlin. She ls
accompanied by her only child, two years old.
, -A most extraordinary use of advertising
a?a meanB for the promotion of crime was
recently revealed lu the criminal courts ol
Australia. Two yoong men named Nichols
and Laster, both from England, and both per
aoaB or some education, after punning crimi?
nal'li ves for se/eral years with varying suc?
cess, bli upon the idea of using the advertis?
ing columns ol the newspapers to assist them
in their designs. Nichols began the business
by advertising In the Bydney journals for a
companion to a lady la the country. Numer
ons applicants presented themselves, but only
those .were selected who were well provided
ts^ lnggage. These were engaged, and
sent one after another Into the bush, where
they were robbed o? all they had. While
seeing a term in prison lor these rob?
beries Nichols became acquainted with Les?
ter, who waa serving a term for forgery, and
when the two were discharged they conclud?
ed to'unite their interests and try their for?
tunes together. By advertising they got hold
of a yoting man who had some money, took
him down the river Paramatta and murdered
him, having first drugged him with laudanum.
Encouraged by their success they captured
and Bordered another victim, and might
have proceeded with their work indefinitely
l^thair bat crime bad not been discovered.
Tbefiicbi In both of these cases were brought
o?on the Wal of the culprits, who were con
e^h???CBipU1ry han*ed lD Sydney, the
n^Y??ttMsylMlimade centre of their
genernrnr-Bngiand, the bnuiant but M
temperedlawyer acting on behalr of the heirs
ta tlieu?lebrated Tichborne trial, and perpet?
ually badgering Sergeant Ballantyne, the op
.posing colosal, baa come out in the role of a
law refermer-a modern Bommy. He has
just made a speech, in which he stated his
views ?pon the subject, and very sensible
views they are. That they are likely to pre?
vail at present in England we cannot say. In
that country legal technicalities and special
pleadings ile at the foundation o? the practice
and rulings o? the courts, and three centuries,
by slow accretion, have so. piled precedent
noon precedent, statute upon statute, that to
disturb one weakens the whole. The reforms o? j
the attorney-general would Involve a herculean
labor. First, he la an advocate of a codifica?
tion o? all the law, a work that has, we be?
lieve, been only twice accomplished as to the
Iowa of a whole nation. Justinian codified
the lava o? the Romans, and the imperious
will and lar-slghted statesmanship of the first
Napoleon saw the necessity for suoh a sys?
tematization of those of France, and the work
was undertaken and nearly finished. The
task in England will be more difficult than
either of these. Sir John Coleridge further
advocates that law and equity should be
united, and the House o? Peers, as the su?
preme and ultimate tribunal of the kingdom,
be superseded by a Court of Supreme Appeal.
He promises also, at the next session of Par?
liament, to introduce two bills, the one deal?
ing with the law of evidence, the other with
the jury question.
..Tike Question at Rome."
..... ?S3 '
: Under this heading a long correspondence
bas boen carried on in the London Echo,
respecting the present high prices of food,
fuel aud other necessary articles in England,
with suggestions of varions kinds for allevi?
ating the prevailing distress thereby oc?
casioned to the bulk of the population of the
British Isles. The suffering occasioned by
this among the poorer classes is very great,
and is stimulating emigration on a scale
hitherto unusual in England, though long
witnessed in Ireland. Bot, to relieve the
misery and the privations of the 'millions
who. remain at hobie, many suggestions
have appeared from tune to time in the
English papers of schemes of economy,
change of diet, co-operation, &c, some of
them good, some of them ot doubtful util ll j,
some of til sm amusing, others irr, practicable,
without an entire change in the habits of
the people. One correspondent, signing
himself "Economist," bits the nail on the
head at the very outset by suggesting that
the only real and substantial economy
"consists in doing without something to '
"which we have been accustomed, and to dis?
?pense as much as possible with the services
"of others by doing the things wanted our- ?
"selves." . "ll H. H." advises that "more i
?ose ehonld be made of the excellent bacon, 1
"hams, pork and cheese, of which each large
"quantities are Imported from America, "fie
says: "An almost boundless supply is to J
"be obtained from thence, bot, unfortu?
nately, a prejudice exists against the ,
"oarne 'American,' and people who would i
"net buy 'American bacon or cheese,' as >
"Boob, gladly pay fifty per cent higher - for i
"it under foe name or 'Wiltshire bacon' or 1
'"Gloucester cheese.'" If the present 1
ramirje prices of these articles should be the '
means of eradicating tbis absurd "preju
"dice," they Will prove "a blessing in dis?
guise." "A Putney Householder" exposes j
a trick ot the London salesmen for keeping .
op prices, viz: using the telegraph to stop j (
supplies being sent np to town from the j,
joantry. This is a practice not wholly un-1 f
known in Philadelphia and New York. 11
"Big Bee" explains how he manages to re-11
Ince his gas bills nearly one-half, viz: by j'
patting on new burners of different Ulam ina-11
dog powers, No. 1 for garrets, Na 2 for bed 11
rooms, No. 3 for sitting rooms, No. 4 for re-11
septlon rooms. He also stuffs them loosely I (
with cotton wool to prevent roaring. "Dots I
"Only" thinks that the greatest bugbear is I .
waste, "the downright wicked waste oil
"some, notably the domestic servant" He I
wants a maximum of heat with a maximum
o' fae), and asks how be can get lt. "One j1
"who has lived at home and abroad" sag-11
gea ts that a vast amount of coals could be I '
saved by using stoves instead of grates. 11
"Jane Cooper" points to women's dress as
the cause of the misery; bat "A Woman
"Housekeeper" is indignant with her for
this, and says that men areas bad as women J i
in regard to dress, and will grow as "waxy" 11
over ill-ironed shirts or dall boots as over a I
fall In stocks. She sams up her experience j1
ih us : "When the master of the boase is ab-1
"sent for a month, the expenses fall to aboat 11
"one-half." "A German Lady" rates Eng-11
lish women for their expensive dressing, and 11
for being unwilling to work in the kitchen. I,
She says: "Continental women, rich asl,
"well as poor, are taught that econ-1 ?
"amy ls a doty and a virtue, and waste it 11
"sin and folly." "C. K. E.," however, J1
capa the lot by advocating vegetable diet 11
His experience ia that he can dine sumptu-1 '
onBly off of a cauliflower, or a dish of peas, I
or a plate of potatoes, or a well boiled 1j
cabbage. He adds a little fruit, with I
coffee, to his meals;' also, bread, butter,
and an occasional egg. On the dayl
be wrote to the Echo, ho was going to I
dine off carrots. Sapper is, with bim, a Boper-1
fluous meal, and he chuckles over the way I
he has "done" the coal merchant by inex- j
pensive cooking and by diminishing the)
size of his grate. "W. E. Corner" thns "cor-1
"nero" "the question at home." He ad-1
daces statistics to show that in 1871, more I
than 63,500,000 bushels or barley, bops,
corn, fruit and other produce, were used in
making wines, spirits, cider, perry, ale, ?c.,
which would have made, at the rate of fif
teen four-pound loaves per bushel, 923,842,-1
695 loaves of bread, or more than 150 loaves j
tor every family in the United Kingdom.
Also, that daring the same year nearly I
?,000,000 gallons of foreign spirits and 16,. I
?00,000 gallons of wine were imported, all j
>f which might otherwise have been Import-1
sd in food. He, therefore, suggests that the I
people of the United Kingdom should at I
jnce begin to drink only half their present I
quantity, which certainly would be a very I <
apod beginning. F. J. D. recommends I:
?beaten bread and maccaroni made of al'
Decollar hard Italian wheat as the main 11
iiet of the people, and that they ehonld, as j j
-he Italians do, content themselves with two I:
neals a day. His views are confirmed by
Hiss Ida Percy and by "A Housekeeper o? 11
'Twenty Years' Standing," the former rec-1 :
>mmending the importation of Italian mac
caroni -makers, and the adoption of the I -
French hours of meals. R. P. advises that I '
.he money now lo the savings banks!
amounting to ?50,000,000 and upwards,) I
ihonld be - applied to colonizing the waste I
ands of the British Possessions. The other
suggestions are very numer?os, showing I (
low much the subject of high prices occu-1
flea tte British people. '
The mobilization of the negro, and the
wanton precipitation of him upon the unof?
fending loyal States of Ohio, Indiana and
Pennsylvania, is a spectacle more sad and
instructive than carions. Bat the time to
point the moral effectually ,is not yet- at
hand. It ls of a piece with Radical cnn- J
moir and rascality generally which baa
never failed in the long rnn to rebound to
the Injury alike of the party and of the j
negro. Already the jocose Conservative
journals are shouting "Hoop la /" over this
strange invasion of the North. Unless
Greeley is elected there will be in a few years
no occasion for j ubi lat ion over this monstrous
business. But the riots in Cincinnati and
elsewhere, of which the telegraph 'orongat
tidings early on tbe day of election, the j
8th, foreshadow oar meaning.
Bat the idea of trimming the ship o? State
with black ballast is certainly a novel one.
It lacks the originality of Grant's masterly
conception of "attrition" as applied to the
Confederate army, bat it will do. At all
events it pata the ward of the nation to a
ase which promises to be permanent. Lo I
the poor negro, driven to and fro, now a ;
makeshift and now a dead weight, always a |
menial for Radical service-what a fate for a
freeman and an owner of the American fran?
chise 1 It seems to as that if Coffee bad a
shadow of trae spank he would rebel against j
this degrading process by which he la made
haman ballast and nothing more.
Aa Ally *?r Colton.
[From the Kew York South.]
The cable lnlormB us that the jote crop of |
india has been destroyed by a cyclone. In
Ind ia Jute bas taken the place of cotton as aa
agricultural product. India exports yearly!
$26,000,000 worth of Jute ia a raw and manu-1
iaotured state. The Importations of raw and J
manufactured Jute by the United stales In
1871 amounted to $5,362,988. For some
strange reason jute has not become to any j
exteot one ot onr agricultural products.
Mach or the laud on which cotton grows Is
suitable for tbe cultivation ol Jute. It ls
raised for about ooe-elghth of the cost of cot?
ton, and at present sells for one-quarter of Its
price-a profit ol one hundred per cent. Iis
yield ls larger than that of cotton. Ia India
Jute is driving ont cotton as a product. There
leno possibility ol its being cultivated at the
Soatb In place of cotton, but lhere is great
feasibility of Its belog accepted by Southern
planters as an ally lor that great staple, and
sn ally supplying in some respects what lt
lacks as a great Industry.
A writer la the "Agricultural Report" for I
1871 very truly says that If the placiers of j
tue cotton States divert "from the cultivation
"of cotton a force sufficient to produce bair a I
. 'million of bales ol 1 ute, that crop will be
''nearly a clear acquisition, and will save a J
?large outlay for freight, bale-cloth and com
'pression of cotton." He farther adds that
ts cultl vatio J "will save several millions (of
'dollars) sent oat ol the cotton States every
'year to purchase gunny cloth," and that
'Jaie would supply the female labor of the
'South, which retir?e from tbe cotton field
.under the system of free labor." The "hands"
night be ^employed lu picking lt when
irlven from the fields by Inclement weather.
The Booth could manufacture as well as
grow the article, and have lt leave their bands
>nly In a manufactured stale. The writer
'rom whom we have before quoted says that
'the simple machinery used In Kentucky for
'spinning and weaving hemp might be ap.
'plied lo jute." We hope to hear soon
hat some of our large planters have taken
iteps to add the culture of jute to that of cot?
on, thereby subserving their own Interests as I
veli as Inaugoratlog an Important branch of j
nd us try for the Southern States.
rtie Cotton States* Agricultural Fair at j
The third annual Fair or the Cotton States
Mechanics' and Agricultural Fair Association
BVlll commence next Tuesday at Augusta.
The Association commences Its Exposition
this year under the most flattering auspices.
Under the difficulties which attended the first
year's operations ol the Association lt ran In
debt; but last Bummer, through the public
spirit ol the City Connell ol Augusta and the
citizens, all this Indebtedness was paid off,
and the Association ls free and untrammelled.
The premium.list ls liberally and most skil?
fully arranged, and ls calculated to interest
Tbe representatives or every brauch or South
Bra Industry. The gentlemen who have
sbarge of the affair bave an experience ol
l?verai years; they have profited and have
been taught by the lessons of former
exhibitions, and have taken every pre?
caution to make the Fair a complete euc
:ess. The manufacturer, the mechanic, tbe
planter, the raiser ol horses, of cattle, ol
poultry, will find that everything has been
done to Insure their, convenience, and to give
the articles which they may enter an advan?
tageous plaoe. A large crowd ls expected
to be present, and the exhibitor could find no j
better field for benefiting himself and the
public than will be presented In that city. No j
one need stay away for fear of insufficient ac-1
commodatlons. The citizens will make every j
exertion to entertain suitably their guests,
and Augusta has plenty or first-class hotels
and boarding houses. Let no visitor who can j
go stay away. A cordial invitation ls extend?
ed to all, and we are convinced that no one I
who goes to Augusta will fall to have a |
pleasant and Instructive vlsi,.
qPHOS. P. O'NEALE, TEACHER OF
X the Plano, Organ and Vocal M?sle For
terms Inquire at the Music stores or at bis rr si
dence, No. 40 Radcliffe street. octO.wsme*
CABD.-MRS. P. J. BARBOT RESPECT?
FULLY Informs her Pupils, and the public
generally, that she will resume her lnatrnctl ns
on the Plano and to her Sollege Class on MONDAY
next, october 21st.
A new Solf?ge Class will be formed on TUESDAY
22d Inst., at her residence, southwest corner
Smith and Montagne streets. Terms $12 per quar?
ter, payable In advance. octu
QHABLESTON FEMALE SEMINARY.
No. 60 ST. PHILIP STREET.
The THIRD ANNUAL SESSION Will begin the
drat MONDAY In October, and end the second
b'BiDAT In Joly, the term being shortened two
weeks to Induce pupils to remam until the close
of scholastic year.
Applicants and those absent from the July Ex?
amination win be examined the first week.
Prompt attendance requested, so that the Regu?
lar Exercises of the School be not retarded.
Pupils entering the second and third weeks will
oe charged from the first.
For Terms and Circulars containing pan ic ulara,
ippiy as kbovo. MISS E. A. KELLY,
J1HE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER & WILSON
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
We are now selling these superior MACHINES
in Ten Doiflawnonthly payments.
Adjusting and Repairing done promtly.
WHEELER A WILSON MANUF'O CO.
sprMyr No. 209 King street.
?NC??NATL-THE EEG ULAR MEET?
ING or this Society will bc held THIA EVXN
INO, thei9ih matant, at half-past 7 o'clock, at
Tuiiv's. King etreet. JAMES SIMONS, Jr.,
DAN LODGE, No. 93, L O. B. B.-THE
Regalar Meeting of this Lodge win be held
tn the nsnai time and placo. Candidates for Ini?
tiation and higher DegreeB are requested to be
By order or the President.
oe tl 9_ aaMUEL ir PRINZ, Secretary.
HOPE STEAM FIEE ENGINE COMPA?
NY.-Attend the Regular Monthly Meeting '
or your Company, THIS (saturday) EVKNINO, tue
ism lustant, at 7 o'clock, sharp I
By order. C. A. BOERO,
octiQ_ secretary H. 8. F. E. Co.
SOCIETY. FOB THE RELIEF OF THE
WIDOWS ANO ORPHANS OF THE CLERGY
ur THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN
TUE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.-The 110th
Anniversary Meeting will be held at the Mans on
Mouse, Broad street, on WXDNRSDAT. tho23d inst.,
at l e'clock. * ti. H. FROST,
oe tit? Secretary.
WANTED, A WOMAN TO COOK AND
and be useful about house. Apply at No.
2 Aiken's Row._octHM
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN TO j
cook and wash for a sm all family. Ap
ply at No. 7 Water street._ocil9-l*
WANTED, A LAD WHO CAN WRITE
a gooo hand, ls periect at figures, and
eau bring good recommeuaaUons, ai VuN a A>
TKN'a Bazaar, No. 229 King at'eet. octl9-l
MERCHANTS REQUIRING THE AID
OF A BOOKKKEfaR OR ACCOUNTANT,
c?u uave lt satisfactorily rendered by addressing
"J," Box No. 491, ubaneatun Pos.offlce.
LIVE OAK ! UVE OAK I-WANTED
immediately one thousand cubic feet of
u? o and White oak for snip-bunding. Also,
tmee Mast spars su feet long. For particulars,
appiy at Marta's shipyard. J. u. A u. c. MARSH.
WANTED, A MAN TO ATTEND TO A
horse aud wait about me house, 'lo a
Competent pernuu liberal wages will oe paid. Ap
ply at No. 674 King street._uctia-8
WANTEDTFURNISHED APARTMENTS j
suitable for a family of three, with con?
venience for housekeepiug. Adare.H J. ti. D.,
Box UM P. o._octl7
WANTED, A COMPETENT COLORED
Woman aa Nurse; good recommenuatioua
required. Apply at northeast corner of Tradd
and Orange an?ete._oom
WANTED, A GIRL TO COOK AND
du housework. Apply at the north corner
ol Amherst ana Bay street*, Hampstead.
WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, ACOMPE-I
TENT bookkeeper io a Factor's ouice.
Aud res Box 378, wita reiereuces and salary.
WANTED, ALL TO GO TO .'WHITE'?"
for meir Furniture ano eave 20 per ce ut.
We went mere ana wessurpilsed io see au much
Fornitura at ancn low prices. Hts stock c vers a
apace of about twenty iDousand Bquare feet.
AGENTS WANTED. - THE MASTER |
SFIhlfS OF THE WOHLO, THE TKKAS
L uti B'JL'sK OF AMERICA. THE UK KAT BOOK
or THE VK AK. Agent? report sales oi M to iou
coplea in a lew hours or days, Pruspectus iree.
Adoree* J. W. oooDSPEKO, New Yurk, chicago,
cinciunatl, si. Loma, New orleans.
with modern improvemeuis, un Une of |
au eel Cars. Apply at No. 19 nut ledge avenue.
octl4-mws8?_. _? ?
rpo RENT, TUE STORE No, 65 HASEL
_L street, knuwu as me Haael stu et Bazaar.
Ajiply io ur. BOLOMUNS._ocii'-thsiu?
KENT, THE LARGE HALL ON
; third story or building southwest corner I
Meeting ana . Merket aireeia, suitable for club or
drui roum. TUEo. STONEY, southern Wharf.
rpo RENT, ema RESIDENCE IN COM
X PLETE order, soumwesi corner spring add
AC uley aire?is, Willi every c JU ven leu ce- gai),
waterworks, cutieru, Ac Apply tu WILLIAM.u
WaiLDEN, No. BM Klug stieet. outfi-stuih
110 RENT, THAT ELEGANT NEW
. STORE, Nu. 41u h. iii g street, next to curuer
narcs laue. Tu an approved tenant tu ey wiU be
rented luw. Apply lu FOnSYTHE, fcOOOMB A
CO., corner King Btreet and Burns lane.
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE,
No. 394 King street, recently occupied bj
iviiS?THE, MCCOMB A cu. The alor, is neatly
shelved, and wiih Couuiers and uas Fixtures wm
be rented luw to an approved tenant. Apply io
FuRsYTHK, McCoMu A co., corner King sirtei
ano Burns lune. ocii-inms
ELEGANT ROOMS TO RENT, TO
UETHtR OR SEPARATELY. Also, Oom
uiuuious atore, with back Room, Yard and cia
tem. Apply at lui Meeting street. octis-4*
110 RENT, STORE No. 188 KING
. STREET, next to Singer sewing Machine
umce. win be ranted very low tu a good tenant.
App.y at singer offlce._uctie-wfma
TO RENT, 'IHAT LARGE AND DE?
SIRABLE RESlDENUE No. 0 King street,
recently finished, suitable fur one or twu reelect*
aole families, having all tne necessary ouibuud
lugs lor the aocommouatiun of me same. There
ia uu tue premises oue or me largest cisterns and
one or me best wells of water lu the city. Apply
ou the premises. sepM
LOST, AN ORANGE AND WHITE
SETTER DOO. A reward will be paid IT re
iu.ued io ta Meetlug street._uctlO-l*
LOST, DEPOSIT BOOK No. 694, IN
south caronua Luau and Trust Company, In
tue n?iiue of SARAH J. MURPHY. The Coder
will please leave aame either ac AO. 17 Bro^d
street or at residence No. 4 aires alley,
?0patiTurflt]ip0 and CDiosointion?
day formed a oopartnersnip, under me
Dameandbtjleor COUNTS* WKOlON, for tue
putpoee of carrying ou the cotton Factors ge and
ueneral Commissi JU Business, omeo south At?
lantic Wharf, Exchange Row.
T. J. COUNTS,
W. H. WKOTON.
Charleston, October 16, 1872. oceie-imo
Joint Stork Compatin.
OFFICIAL RAFFLE NUMBERS OF
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COM?
PANY for the benefit of me State Orphan Asylum.
CLASS No. 206-FRIDAY MOKNINU. Oct. 18.
75-71-19- 6-68-65-21-18-16- 1-60-43
CLASS No. 206- FBI DAY E vu NI NU. Oct. 18.
26-69-71- 6- 6-15-60-43-13-37-36-64
oetlO 1 A. MOROSO, sworn Commissioner.
i would respectfully inform my frienda that I
have resumed business at No. 26 Vendue Range.
Provision and Produce Commission Merchant.
J) A. J. SULLIVAN,
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
No- 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO
Desires to Inform his friends and the public
mathe la prepared to carry on the GENERAL
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repatr? of all kinds at?
tended to. Designs and esilmateB furnished upon
^TREASURY DEPARTMENT] CTTY i
JL HALL. OCTOEEll 16th, 1872.-This Onice ls 1
now open from o A. M. to 2 P. M., dally, for Pay- 1
ments or all Interest due upon the city Stock ?
except SATURDAYS, upon which transfers of Stock 1
win be made. (
_?? th.e flret nve uftyB priority in payment
win oe given parties paying Taxes to the city in
part or whole, with said interest. AU Pavments
PriS?e.r.e8lwm be iaade b* chcct, to be cashed at
iront Deas or this office, and where lo teres t le
Bufllclent for taxes they balance at par; but where
I88' ?ne ,Peni"'y shall attach on deficiency
though paid In currency, in conformity with Or?
dinance. P. j. uoooAH,
oct16 6 City Treasurer.
J1HE BARNWELL SENTINEL,
PUBLISHED AT BLACKVILLE, ti. C.
Was established in 1852, and aa an Advertising
Mellum ls unsurpassed by any Country Weekly
n the State. Now ls the time to Advertise.
For Terms, Ac, address E. A. BRONSON,
^C?DEMT OF MUSIC.
OPENING OF THE SEASON,
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTO?
BER 2!!0 AND 230.
TWO GRAND CONCERTS
BY THE POMEROY. NNEDAIR SEXTETT CLUB,
Prominent Artists : mats VIOLA POMEROY, the
charming Contralto, conceded to Have tee purest,
sweetest and most powerful voice in America,
ft. S. GLOVER, Tenor Absoluto of toe Rlchlngs's
opera Troupe. The Sned<lr s>exiett Club. CHEV?
ALIER L. s NED AIR. Conductor, Composer and
Solo Clarion et 1st, front the Italian Opera, Part?,
having received fourwen Medals and Decorations
from the Musical Institutions of France, Germany
and Italy. signor R. REBECHINI, only success?
ful rival of Paganini Lea ?reres Cornu-AL?
BERT AND LOUIS-tie youngest [Violinists in
existence, playing all the classical Music of the
Old Maate: s. Mons. A. SHNEIDDER, Solo Flutist,
from Milan, recognlznd as the Paganini of Fmt
isis. E. BILLHAKDf, Solo Bass Player. M. MA?
RIUS KOKK RT, French Horn SoloLt, the only
competitor of the celebrated Smyth. D. MARI
ANNI, Violin Soloist, ene of the oldest Instrumen?
talists living, originally of the Jenny Lind and
Parepa-Rosa Troupes. CE. BRONTE, Accom
pan int. LOUIS SN EU AIR, Conductor.
Admission to Orche* tra and Dress Circle, $1 60;
no extra charge for Reserved Seats. Family
Circle and Gallery, 60 cents. octl7-0
SELLING OUT~ BELOW COST.-THE
* undersigned win sell his whole ?took below
cost io an approved parchaser. Bargains can be
obtained by calling on C. GOETJEN, No. 106
King street. Also a lot of Fancy Pigeons.
WPRESTON DOWLING, FACTOR
a and commis; lon Merchant, No. 9 Boyce's
Wnarf, Charleston, s C., has a few or the Cele?
brated Wright A Warnock's Horse Power ready
KENTUCKY SALE STABLES, No. 89
OHUROH STREET, CHARLES D. McOOY,
Proprietor.-Jost received, direct from Kentucky,
a car load of MOLE; and HORSES*, suitable fur
cans, Farm and Bmrgy wort. For sale cheap.
CHARLES D. MCCOY._ootios*
BRICKS I BEIGES ! BRICKS 1-FOR
sale, 60,000 OLD BRICKS, cleaned. Apply
at No. 14 Elisabeth street._octl-tusC*
FOR SALE, TWENTY-HORSE POWER
stationary ENGINE AND BOILER, In fair
order. Price, $600. Also, a lot of SUAFMNQ,
Pulleys, Ac, at a biJgaln. CAMERON. BARK?
LEY A CO. aug22 thstu
FOR SALE, A FIRST-RATE ABBE
VILLE. PLANTATION, containing about I
icOO acree, capable of advantageous division, the j
Property formerly of General Augustus M. smith,
now of his widow. For terms and particulars,
apply to JOEL a. PE IRIN, Esq., of Abbeville, or
tu WARDLAW A uAf ,EW, Charleston,
FOR SALE, A CRUSHING MACHINE,
suitable for crushing Phosphate Rock; ca?
pacity iromtoto so tons per day; two hoiue
p .wer required to wort lt. The above, completo
with eur? jaw platel and gear wheels, for sale
low. apply to UEO. A. TRENHOLM A SON .
OCtU 6? _._
MULES, HORSES AND MARES AT
R. OA KM AN': STABLE, 86 Church street,
near Broad, J nat arrived, and for sale on time.
FOR SALE, A JUDGMENT AGAINST
J. HENRY OT J EN, son of the late Henry
uijen, for Seventy-five Dol?ais. Wal ba sold at a
discount at MENKE it MULLER'S. ang27
ITTRAPPING PAPER FOR SALE.-OLD
TT NEWSPAPERS UI large ox small quanti le?.
iTiou 60 CENTS PEI HUNDRED. Apply at tiu
Ogas of run NRWN._mavis
BULL POND PLANTATION FOR SALE.
The'above named PLANTATION, situated
m uara well County, live ml.ea from Graham's
turnout, on the suntu uaroliua Railroad, ni offer?
ed for sale, lt contains seven huudred and niiy
acres, two hundred and fifty acres of which are
good clay Cotton Land. There are also upon tue
pi ?mises a line DWELLING, containing sue
rooms, together with houses for the accommoda
tlun of twenty laborera, um House, Screw, Barns,
stables, Ac, all In geed order. The place a per?
fectly healthy, wita an abundance of one cool
water. For terms, apply to REEDER A DAVIS,
Charleston, S. C., or to Dr. W. H. UAUOOD,
Blackville, g. p. octl
FOR SALE, AT CH1CORA MINING
AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY'S MINES,
s miles rom cnarleitun, one mlle irom Northeast?
ONE STEAM ENGINE, ie loch diameter cylin?
der, M Inch stroke Eugine; shalt 6 inches in diam?
eter, with fly-wheei i leet diameter; solid rim nu
by s inches, and one s feet pulley, ul loch face
turned; Judson's governor, pomps, Ac, complete,
au lu good order.
CLO Tubular Bolltr, with 61 3-inch tubes, io feet j
long; grate bars; smoke stack, 32 feet long, steam
ana water pipes complete.
one Patent Upright beater, e feet high, 3 feet
The above will be ?old as a whole or separately.
Ont 4 luch olam ter metal Shaft, turned, ii fte.
long, coupled with pod estala, Au. Oa this shalt are
two t)-ieet pulleys, ?8 inch J ac?, two 4-feet pulleys,
14 inch face, and one 24-feet pulley, 10 lnun lace;
polleys turned on face.
Two pair 6 feet dlumeter French Burr stoma,
with Spindles, paten; Brush, Ac, complete, driven
by a 6 feet bevel moruea wheel.
Two Crushers for Phosphate Rock, complete;
one entirely new, with gearing for driving same.
One 4-lnch Shaft, 20 feet long, coupled and
One Wire Rope, X Inch diameter, abont iso feet
One Rubber Belt, io>? Inches wide, 60 reet "ong.
One Single Screw Phosphate Rock Wsahel,"com?
plete, In good order.
There is a tram road from the works to the
Northeastern Rallioud, and suitable cars, which
will enable the purchaser to remove the machinery
For terms, Ac, ap ply to
J. M. EAS ON" A BRO.,
OCtl5-tntha8 cn artest J n, a. 0.
JSotiuB in CankrnjJtrp.
STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF SJUTH |
CAROLINA.-in Bankruptcy.-In the matter of
ISAAC ti. K. BENNETT, Bankrupt.-Eastern Dis?
trict of south Carolina-A warrant in Bankrupt?
cy has been ht? ned by said Court against the
Estate of I.** A AC S. K. BENNETT, of the County
or Charleston and Si ate of Sooth carolina, In said
District, wno has been duly adjudged a Bankrupt
upon pedil?n of bis crtdltora, and the payment
01 any debts and the delivery of any property be?
longing to said Bankrupt, to bim or to bis use.
and the transfer of any property by him, are ior
bluden by law. A meeting of the Creditors of
Bald Bankrupt, to prove their debts and to choose
ono or more Assignees of his Estate, will be held
at a Court of Bansruptcy, to be holden at Charles?
ton, In said District, on the 19th day of Ociooer,
A D. 187-2, at 12 o'clock M., at the office of JULIUS j
C. CARPENTER, Esq., one of tho Registrar t In
Bankruptcy of said District.
R. M. WALLACE,
octlO.19 U. 8. Marshal for said District.
TWO GENTLEMEN, OR A GENTLE?
MAN and his WIFE, can obtatu BOARD,
witn pleasant Rooms, upon reasonable terme, at
No. 71 Broad street, on ihe south side, between
Meeting and King si reeta. oct!6
"P I R B I H'S U R A N OS.
THE NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH,
THE PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP HARTFORD, C0NNE0TT0?T,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $L,427,826 74.
The undersigned, having Increased f.elr INSUR?
ANCE facilities by the Agency of that strong and
.enable American Company, the PH O NIX, of
?artford, are now enabled tn offer to merchants
ind property ownera Policies in the above named
Companies at as low rates as any other first-class
Jompanies. E. SKBRINQ A CO.,
sep6-3mos No. 14 Broad street,
Will be reopened to-day. Lnnch from ll to 2.
rhe Bar bas been refitted and supplied with im
lorted Liquors and Cigars.
ocl7-lmo Late Barkeeper at the Mills House.
LfJL Physicians' Saddle Bags
Physicians' Pocket Cases
For Bale by DR. H. BAfcR,
No. 181 Meeting street.
~P ALL OPENING,
No. 804 KINO STREET.
Mrs. M. J. ZRRNOW would respectfully an?
nounce to the public that she wDl open Tars TIT,
s^v&Vnml?*?/"1 line or MILLINERY AND
Ladles' and Children's Under Garments, Wrap?
pers, Sacks. Furs, Ac Dress and Cloak Making
attended to as usnaL B
-Sole agent for M'me Demorest's PAPER PAT?
TERNS, country orders wm receive prompt at?
"|Ty/JA DE MOISE LLB ESTELLE HAAS,
NO. 276 KINO STREET,
WM open THIS (Thursday) MORNING, October
17tb. af mi and handsome assortment of French
Pattern BONNETS AND HATS, Flowers, Feathers
and Ribbons. Fichus and Belts; also, Fine French
Corsets, Hoopsklrts, Bustles, Ac, Ac.
QPENED THIS DAY,
A full and carefully selected stock or Fall and
Winter Millinery In all the new styles.
Grapes Crape Collara
Crape and Love Yells
Laces Lace Sets
Infant's Hoods and Sacqo.es
Corsets Bust lea, AO.
octl8-fata3_No. 429 King si rest,
MRS. H. ARMSTRONG
WILL OPEN THIS DAT,
AT NO. 343 Krna STRUT,
A carefully selected assortment or MILLINERY
and other Goods, consisting tn part or elegant
BONNETS and HATS In Velvet, Crape, Silk and
Straw; also Infants' Caps, Hate and Cloak*, Furs,
Ornamental Hair, Corsets and Ladles' Under,
wear, Ribbons, Ac. octl8-3
y ALL AND WINTER MILLINERY.
MRS. M. FINLEY,
NO. 467 KING STREET (UP STAIRS,)
NEXT DOOR SOOTH OF THB NBW GEE M AN CHURCH,
Will open THIS DAY a handsome assortment of
FALL ANO WINTER MILLINERY, Pattern Hats,
Bonnets. Ac, to which she invites the attention
of her patrons and the Ladies generally.
Personal attention given to country orders.
JJ M. WATERS & C0~
(LATS WATS RS, PTHROI ? 00.,)
BANKERS AND COTTON COMMISSION
Na 66 BROAD STREET, NEW YORK,
Buy and Self Contracts for Future Delivery of
Cotton, strictly for a commission, ad that no In?
terest of our own can possibly conflict with lhat
of our patrons.
Rorer, by permission, to Union National Bank;
People's Bank, New York.
Correspondence solicited. ocls-lmo
IJlHE STANDARD IN THE VAN '
All other Church Music Books/of whatever de?
gree or excellence, are respectfully invited to fall
In the rear or
Onr New collection of Music for Choira, Conven?
tions, and Singing Schools. It cannot be excelled
lo quality, and Intends te lead la circulation.
SOMB OP THB MERITS.-Short Theory. Abun?
dant Material, Sacred and Secular, for practice.
Excellent set of Metrical Tunes, in Urge, clear
print, and not crowded-a great advantage Un?
usually good collection of Anthems, Set Pieces,
Ac The compilers, Messrs. L. O. EMERSON, of
Boston, and H. R. PALMER, or Chicago, are per?
haps the most skllfal men of their time m adapt?
ing music to the wants of the "singing" public.
Price, $1 60; Specimen Copies sent, for the pres?
ent, postpaid, for $12c.
A PBRFS0T SUCCESS I TUE PRINTERS CANNOT KEB?
FACE WITH THB DBM AND I DITBON A OO.'S
GEMS OF STRAUSS!
BT JOHANN STRAUSS I
It IB a large book of 260 pages, full sheet-music
size,] Ailed with the best Strauss Music, Waltzes,
Polkas, Quadrilles, Ac, including those perform?
ed In thia country under the direction of the
About $4) worth of music are included in the
"Gems" which are, however, sold for i he diminu?
tive price of $2 60 In Boards, $3 in Cloth. Sent,
postpaid, for the retail price.
OLIVER D1TSON A CO., Boston.
CHAS. H. DITSON A CO., New York.
j?plfl?T?T^ o H.
We are prepared to furnish the "HYMNAL" at
the lowest introduction prices. A variety of
styles. Prices from 20c, 40o, eoe, 75c, $l and np
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
NEW CATALOGUE. Nc 28.
A NEW IMPORTATION OF ENGLISH BOOKS.
The Practical Philosopher, a Dally Monitor for the
business men or England and others, by
David Thomas, D. D., $8.
Unexplored Syria, by Riobard F. Burtoa and
Charles F. T. Drake, 2 vols., $16.
Man tu the Past, Present and Future, from the
German of Dr. L. Bucbner, by W. S. Dallas, F.
C. S., $4.
Wanderings In Scripture Lands, being a Tour of
nine months In i be years 1869'-70, by Thomas
Robinson, D. D., $2 60.
Memoir of Coont De Montalembert, by Mrs. Oli?
phant, 2 vols., $12.
Acta or Gallantry, by Lambton Young, C. E.,
Thoughts and Meditations on the Mysteries or
Life, by John Frith, $3 76.
Shakespeare and Typography, the Art of Printing;
also remarks upon some common Typograph?
ical Errors with reference to the Text or
Shakespeare, by winiam Blades, $160.
On the Preservation of Health, or Essays of the
principles to be adopted by those who desire
to avoid Disease, by Thomas Inman, M. D., of
London, Third Edition, price 2 vols., $7.
The Days of the Son of Man, a History or the
Church in the Time of our Lord, by William
Lee, D. D., $2 60.
Philosophy of Christianity, or the Purpose and
Power of the Gospel, $2 60.
Bible Truths, with Shakespearian Parallels, by
J. B. Selkirk, $260.
Angels and Heaven, by Thomas Mills, $2 60..
Growth and Vicissitudes of Commerce, by John
Yeats, L. L. D., $2 60.
Ere ?hon, or over the Range, Third Edition, $160.
Demonology and Witchcraft, by Slr Walter Scott
Canoe Travelling, by Watlngton, Baden-Powell,
Anecdotal and Descriptive Natural History, by A.
Anecdotes or Celebrated Men and Women, by Edi?
tor of London Jest Book, $2.
The Sea Weed Collector, by Shirley Hlbberd, $176.
Hair Hours at the Sea side, by J. E. Taylor, F. G.
Science and Commerce, their Influence on our
Manufactures, by p. L. Simmonds. $3.
Roundabout Rambles in Lands of Facts and
Fancy, by Frank R. Stockton, $2 60.
Dr. oldbam'e Tals, by O. S. Henry, $1 60.
NEW NOVELS, 40.
"EBB-TIDE." By Christian Reid, Aotnor ef Mor?
ton House. Paper $1. Cloth $150.
"Dr. Vandyke." By John Esten Cooke, ciotn
$126. Paper 76c. , ."",_
"Lord Kligobbln." By Charles Lever. Ciotn
'ThrGoideKon^f Granpere." By Anthony
Trollope Cloth $126. Paper 76c
The New Edition of coopers Novels." ciotn
$126. Paper 76c
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 260 King street, (in the Bend,)
aprts-tnths Charleston, S. ?
?rocen**, ttipotB, Vt.
OR S A Ir E .
Barrels Mess Mackerel
Barrels No. l Bay Mackerel
Ram Is No. 1 Shore Mackerel
B?rrela Fat Family Mackerel
Rice, Batter and cbeesa at reasonable
?rices.'' .' ?' - '?
0CLlfl-2 ADOLPH NIMITZ A CO.
-p o B s qfp ;B>/
10 boxes Long Clear PORK BACKS
io boxes Cumberland Middles
20 oozes Bacon Hams
20 boxes D. SC Shoulders
10 boxes Smoked Meats.
TUST RECEIVED, .......
Kits and half kia MESS MACKEREL ? '
Kits and half bits No. 1 Mackerel
Kits and, half kim No. l Salmon
Kengs Dutch Herrings
Boxes Scaled Herrings. -'
For sale by D. PAUL A 00.,
octls-fBtna,_Ko. 4T Broad street.
J1ULTONMARKET BEEP, Ac.
F. M. BEEF, very fine (in naif bbla.)
Smoked Tongues -
Finest N. Y. Bacon Strips.
For sale by D. PAUL A CO.,
oe11g-istti3 No. 47 Broad street.
J^O. 14PEBTJVTAN GUANO.
100 tons No. 1' Peruvian, Chin ci a and Ga a.Tpe
GUANO. For sale hy . v;.-.c:c>-.:
HERMANN BUL WINKLE,...
OC53 Kerr's Wharf.
?gORNEO BAGGING. . ...
loo bales Heavy BORNEO BAGGING. Jft>r sals
by HERMANN BULWI?L?V
joots_ , ,., Kerr's Wharf.
QOTTON SEED WANTED.
I will pay the Highest Market Price for CLEAN
COTTONSEED. For rnrtheT Information apply to
WM. A. COURTENAY,
8ep28-84 Union Wnarrea.
yOOD FOR THE MILLION.
TUE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE.1 AOS,
AMERICAN CLUB FISH-BONBLBS8,u "
YOUNG SHAD. / "" ^
The Cheapest and beat Food in existence. In
whole, halves and quarter boxes.
PAUL B. LaliASE Sc CO., ; .,, i^.
Nb. 175 East Bay, Charleston, 8. a, Sole AgenU.
Liberal dUcoont to the trade. apio-a?baT
TOEN S . DUNHAM '-ft7?:'?*
YEAST POWDER, ?
? - . ttl !.>. ?3 i^?iSI^ZI^r i
For parity and strength, la unequalled, AH house- . .
keepera who nae lt once will haye no other. Ask M
your Grocer for lt, and tale no other. ^Whtileaale J
by OTTO F. WETTERS. M
July29-tnwf-8mo ,, ? ? ?*-, i?t.
r- H,v*y*tt jf.r?A?5; . . -33
; .. . -. g
. . .?.;:?v->?-!?v;.-Ji. .--?j
' -?< t;ii?$?jtoir?w/f-?T
.: .. ; '?i. ? tski'.
wiLSON'SOROOEaT la nowojler^ Aba raoet d
carefully selected stock of LIQUORS tobe found M
in thia city. ''<>>:- fl
They have been .selected '^e?e?wWr
medicinal qualities, and their purity' en^s? b7 '
the most eminent phy slclans of Charleston. ';; ;
Parties desi ting a pure -article can aiwikys rely
on Liquors Mid from thia estaxllsmnent and <
recommended. ' ' ! "il b\.J3i?-*:
A foll anpply oflowgradeion bandi c:?::?'
- No. soff King, street
aj- Address Box No. 888? 'tffi? . /;
TT A L I B U T F trN S ?
HALIBUT ^HN S.
TONGUES AND SOUNDS.
TONGUES AND SOUNDS. ,';v
For sale low at . WILSONS' GROCERY,
No. 807 King Street.
All Gooda Delivered Promptly. ; . aepSr';* -
CANNED PEACHES 1 ' 0 A N N B -a) 1
PE AC fl ES I - ' 'J I
180 dosen 2 and 3 lb. CANNED PEACHES.' (??it
For aale low at WILSONS' GROCERY.
No. 808 King street "
ag-All Goods delivered free. . ;. ? t: .
CANNED TOMATOES 1 CANNE? TO-.. .
700 doaen a m Canned TOMATOES.
For Bale low at \l(TWHb^tJBA1uMl,
. No. 306 King street. J
KW Aaox)odadrtft?yredJrBe. u..r. a .J
O YEtfP 1* SYRUP 1 SY*WI i
GOLDEN SYRUP, M canta a MuTOtt.;^ I
WILSONS' GROCERY, M
Na sos King street M
aw All Gooda delivered free. . M
ARQAINS IN TEAS, COFFEES, GRQ-aJj
OERIES AND PROVISIONS. _ : WM
Warranted to snit the ff"^,^i^^*f?- M
of the million. WILSONS' GROCERY; ? ?M
jg-All Goods delivered free. , |
EW CODFISH, PICKLED SALMON?
SPICED SALMON. H
Extra NO. 1 MACKEREL -. >?
Mess Mackerel ^
No. 8M King street
ag-All Gooda delivered free. ? . .
XTEW SMOMD BEEF, FRESH SMOKED
JN TONGUES, NEW JJAMS, (SMALL SIZE.)
FIG SHOULDERS. .
Fulton Market BEEF
Family Pi? Pork .
smoked Pig ToDgnea
jg- AU Goods delivered freeje
_fiflilroa&a._; . .
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD, ??fi
CHAELKST?H, s. 0? September 27, ian.
On ano after SUNDAY, september 2?, the Pas
I sou gar Trains on the South Carolina Railroad Will
I run as follows: , .
I Leave Charioetcn.'.. 9.80 A M
Arrive at Columbia...-.?.so r M
Leave Charleston.-.080 A X
Arrive at Angosta.?... &>40r M
FOB CHA EUSTON.
Leave Columbia.9.00 A M
Arrive at Charleston. ??O r M
Leave Angusu.8.00 A M
Arrive at charleston.. ?M r M
OOLVXSU NIGHT KXFBA.M.
Leave Charleston.~. -7.10 r M
Arrive at Columbia.e. so A M
Leave Columbia. 7.50 r M
Arrive ac Charleston.6 4? A M
AUGUSTA NIGHT IIP BASS.
Leave Charleston.8.80 r H
Arrive at Augusta.7.8C A M
Leave Augusta.V ?. 6.16 T M
Arrive at charleston.M. 6.to A M
Leave Summerville at.T.9S A M
Arrive at charleston.8.00 A M
Leave Charleston. SM r M
Arrive at summerville.4.40 r u
Leave Camden..7^0 A M J
Arrive at Oolnmbu?.11.6? A ? J
Leave columbia.2.10 r y
Arrive at Camden.;.6.54 Jf ft
Day and Night Tra?na connect at Aasoaaa wita
Macon and Augusta Railroad, central Railroad
and Georgia Railroad, ra?ala the -q.oiekeav.and
most direct route and as comfortable and ch/iap ?g
any other route to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago,
st. Louis and all other points Weat and Northwest
Columbia Night Tram connecta with Granville
and columbiajunroadrand Day mdltotf-.TfitfOT
connect with Charlotte Road.. i / . F
Through tickets on sale via this route to all
pointa North. . ~U-.?JUW .? ?u
Camden Train connecta at :KinivLUe danv (ex
S. B. PICKENS, ? I? J^T*~>T '