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?UBMSHED DAI LY AND THI-WEIH LY.
i'VKUY WE UN EH DAY MOItNINO.
aY JULIAN A. SELBY,
KDI ron AND ruoi'uiKTou.
vfflce OB Main Street, above Taylor.
?-Hook and Job Printing of ovory dotcrip
4ou promptly and faithfully attended to.
Inserted in tho Daily at 75 cents por square
for tho first aud 60 cents each subsequent in
lortion. Long advortisemcnts by tho week,
mouth or year, at roasonable rates.
Daily, six mouths, fl UO; Tri-Weekly, 2 5C;
r?Ookl>, 1 5??.
A MURDER TRIAI, IN NEVADA.-"I wns
sitting here," said tho judge, "iu this
old pulpit, holding court, and wo were
trying n big, wicked-looking Spanish
desperado for killing tho husband of a
bright, pretty Mexican woman. It was
a lazy summer day, and au awfully long
one, and tho witnesses woro tedious.
None of us took nny interest in the trial
except that nervous, unen?y devil of a
woman-because you know how they
love and how they bute; and this ono
bad loved her husband with all her
might, and now she had boiled it nil
down into hate, aud stood hero spitting
it at that Spaniard with her eyes, and I
tell yon she would Btir me up, too, with
a little of her summer lightning occa?
"Well, I had my coat off and heels up,
lolling and sweating, and smoking ono
of thoso cabbage cigars tho San Fran?
cisco people used to think were good
enough for us in those times; and the j
lawyers all had their coats off, and were
smoking and whittling, and tho wit?
nesses the same, and so was the prisoner.
Well, the foot was, there wasn't any in?
terest in a murder trial then, because
the fellow was always brought in not I
guilty, the jury expecting him to do as
m neb for them some time; and although
the evidence was straight and square1
against this Spaniard, wo knew we would
not convict bim without seeming to be
high-handed and sort of reflecting on
every gentleman in the community, for
there wasn't any carriage and liveries
then, and the only 'stylo' there was, was
to keep your private grave-yard. But
that woman seemed to have her heart
set on hanging that Spaniard; and you'd
ought to havo seen how sho wonld glare '
on bira r. minute, aud then look up at I
me in her pleading way, and then turn,
and for the next five minutes search tho
jury's faces, and by-and-by drop ber
faoo in her hands for just a little while,
as if sho was most ready to give up, but !
out she'd come again directly and be as
livo and anxious as ever. But whan the
jury announced the vbrdiot not guilty,
and I told the prisoner he was acquittod,
that woman roBe up till sho appeared to
be as tall and grand as a seventy-four
gun ship, and says she:
** 'Judge, do I understand yon to say
that this man is not guilty, that mur?
dered my husband without any oauso,
beforo my own eyes and my little chil?
dren's, and that all has boen done to
him that ever justice and the law can
" 'The same,' says I.
"And then what do you reckon she
did? Why, she turned on that smirking [
Spanish fool like a wild-cat, and out
with a 'navy' and shot him dead in open
"That was spirited, I am willing to
"Wasn't it, though?" Baid the judge,
admiringly. "I adjourned court right]
on the spot, and we put on our coats
and went out and took up a collection
lor hor and her cubs, and sent them over
the mountains to their friends. Ah,
she was a spirited woman."
AN ASPIRING LADY.-On the 22d of
July, Miss Walker, au English lady, to?
gether with her father, who is sixty-fi vo
years old, and another gentleman, as?
cended Mont Oerviu, a peak of the Alps,
in the Swiss canton of Wallis, 13,850
feet above tho level of tho Rea. A few
years ago she ascended Mont Rosa,
which is 1-1,272 feet above thc level of
Scegers' Beer is Pure.
"T don't contain Coppeiaa, Salt, l ime <
. Alum. March I"
DONT contain Strychnine. It ia pure, and
warranted tobo so. March ll
"I Afl A POUNDS Pulton Market PACON
X.Lfwl/ STilil'S, for salo low
Aimnnt 3 E; HOPE.
BUSHELS FitlME HEAVY OATS.
Julv27 E. HOPE.
Native and Foreign Wines.
CICUPPEltNONO, Concord, Samerns, Cla
JO rot, Champagnes, just received and for
salo low, by_K. noPE.
COTTON SEED HEFINED OIL, by the gal?
lon or barrel. Also, in glauss, pints and
quartB. For salo low._ E. HOPE
Imported Ale and Porter.
2pf CASKS-PintB-best brands, in store
t j and for Halo_OF.O. KYM M F. US.
The Doctors Recommend Scegers' Beer
IN proforenco to London Porter and Scotch
Alo. Whv?Thnv know it in unadulterated.
CASES Wolfo's celebrated SCHIEDAM
,?50 AROMATIC SCHNAPPS, jiu-t arrived
and for salo low bv JOHN AO NE ?VA SON.
O C*(\f\ ACHES of LAND in Barnwell,
?.OUU on thu KdiMto.
750 ACHES in Kershaw-in lots to snit.
Saw Mill and 2 OOO acres of Land in sexing.
ton, on North Edisto, $7,001).
2.C00 acree Wat creo Hotiom Land, $2 pr aero
2.500 acros creek bottom and pine Land, itt
$2 per aero. 1 House in this eily, $5,000.
HOUSE and thirteen acres LAND, neuritic
clty-f8 500. Apply to JOHN BAUHKETT,
Attorney at Law and Heal Estate Agent.
Tho only lino Playing Cards at POLLOCK'S
SeegerV Beer is Fore. !
IT don't contain COCOCUIUH Indiens Fish
Borrica to make sleepy or headache.
"VT? KKJOYMKNT WITHOUT II RAI.TII
J3I Of all the property wo own in tho world
that which demands tho greatest i aro ia our
own bodioa. Bet ter lose houses, landa, ba
lances in the bank, anything that represents
wealth, than the strength, vigor and elasticity
of tho phyBical framo. Tho dyspeptic, tho
bilioua sufferer, tho norvona iuvslid. can not
enjoy thc gifts of fortune. Happily, however,
dyspepsia, hilioUBnesB and nervous dobiliU,
aro rcmoYuble evils.
TARRANTS SELTZER APERIENT
Is a apoei?c for them. It renovates tho sto?
mach, improves the appetite, cleanses thc
bowels, regulates the liver, calms the nerves,
aud disinfects the depraved fluida.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Aug 29 _?C>
II rapidly aupenedln?; aU otter preparation* f.ir producing:
Elegant, Saeet and ir?otr?ona ROLLS, BISCCITS, RREAD,
Buckwheat end other Gr?ddtt Cake*. Perfectly Pure and
Bellalie, and alway ready for Immediate ute. Tho CURAI'
EST Raking Powder In the WORLD, and It WILL KEEP O.V
OR SEA, In any climate, far year?, lt la well adapte !
to tho uriel I/ou?eieriitr?, J?i'ner?, Itarineri, Emigrant?, Ar.,
and 1? In fact. In rrrry rejjwer, the REST TRASTPOWDER,
?ade "for the Kitchen, the Camp, th? Galley."
BOLD HT OKOCEnS & HEALERS EVEUVWIIEUE.
Mnnufactarcdby DOOI>F.Y &. BROTHER,
69 NEW STREET, NEW-YORK.
May 23 l?mo
North Oarolina Corn Whiskey.
pf f\ BARRELS of superior quality for nale
OU by the barrel. E. HOPE.
BY authority of a special Act of tho Lcgislat
tees of tho Public Library, of Kentucky, ?
AT LOUISVII.IJK, KY., ON Tl
Under direction of the
100,000 Tickets of Admission, $10 each
Each Ticket will consist of four quarters, val
mission to the Concert and to the amount of gi
bur from 1 to 100,000.
Tlie Citizens* Bank or ?
AU monoya arhing from the Bale of Tickets v
ject only to tho ordor of the President aud Tr
Business Manager. During the Concert, tho 8
$550,000 IN G
"Will bo distributed, by lot, to tho holder
One Grand GUt ot.$100.000
Ono Gift of. 25.000
Ono Gilt of. 20 000
One Gift of. 10 OOO
Ono Gift of. 18 OOO
One Gift of. 17.000
Ono Gift of. IC 000
Ono Gift of. 15.0U0
Ono Gift of. 14 000
Ono Gift of. 13 000 I
Ono Gift of. 12 000
One Gift of. 11000
OuoGiltof. 10 000
Ono Gift of. 0.000
Ono Girt of. 8,000
Ono Gift of. 7.000
Ono Gift of. . G.00O |
After paying tho exponaos of the enterprise, i
balance of the proceeds arising from thc salo ol
ment of a Free Library, in Louisville, to be cal
Tho Oonoort and distribution will take placo t
tees mentioned in tho Act of incorporation.
Tho Trout eec will be assisted by well known
consented to bo present at thc concert, and to
Tho holders of tickets to which gifts are awat
their fraction, at the oftico in Louisville, the sei
for six mouths thereafter, and may bo sent dire
for collection. AH orders accompanied by di al
will bo promptly attended to and tickets returnt
Tickets aro like greenbacks-good only lo tin
Buyers will note that there aro only 100 000 t
cisco Gift Concert, and that there ia $50 OtiO II
awards in four mont tia, and paid $483,000 to ti?
and turned over $12.000 to tho Secretary due tic
lt will bo particularly noticed that it'is a mat
numbers draw gifts, as it i* not known what tl
wheel will bc. until tho sealed box, with anion
the oilier wheel and opened in full view of tho
como out until towards the lust, or in the midi
San Francisco Gift Concert, under the mating)
drawn, and wus awaitltd und paid to a gent lou
ht! drawn in ono day.
US~ Tho humber? and gifts are drawn hy bli
llie drawing will bu extensively puhiirhed, u
lists sent them. Parties terming clubs and d
ll 'Ticket*for'$100; 28 Tickets, $253;
The undersigned, late principal business u
brary Gift. Concert al Sun Franeisco, Cali lundi
the Gift Concert in aid til' the Public Library <>
The drawing will tithe place in public, mid
tickets that their inteiesta will lie us well j.rotc
om ire affair.
There will be two glans wheels. Ono wheel
on loather tugs. Tho other wheel will coolah
or number will be drawn from tho 100 (00 whee
721 box wheel will continu a gift, heath- print et
the second wheel will be the gift of Ibis lag Iii h
11.301 TICKETS D1SP
To insure ticket holders, the publie are nst-u
25.000 nnmbeiB go in tho large wheel, the 721
caso 50 000 tickets only aro Bold, only numbera
gifts diminirhed one half; and in case only 85 (
puid in 1 nil-it being int? tided that no unsold t
'J ho manager has already j nit! into thc Cit ta
penses, and does not depend on sales or ticke
itu?. Ac. Tho public aro iuvited to tho utmot
Persona desirous of neting as agents for fhe
Slates or Caundaa. atldress CHA?
tiM- Office-120 Main street, Johnson Block.
lt. Ti DU RHETT. President. I
W. N. II A!,)) KM AN.Y.co.l'resident.
miCKETS to tho Concorta of tho SOUTH CA'
CIATION ready for salo and delivery. All ord?
wanted for tho Counties of Lancaster, Loxing
nco and Fickons. Apply lo
Sixty-five First Prize Medals Awarded
THE tillie AX
WM. KNABE & CO.
Manufacturer? Grand, Square and Upright
THESE instrument* bave ht.on before tho
public for nearly thirty years, and upon
their excellence alone attained nw uitpurchas
edjire-emineuce, windi pronounces them une?
Combines great power, sweetness and fine
singing quality, as well as great purity of in?
tonation, and sweetness throughout thouutiro
aculo. Their 'I OUCH
ls pliant and elastic, and entirely freo from
the stiflut.es fv lind in so tu a nv pianos.
They aro unequaled, using nono but the very
beat seasoned material, the large capital bin
ploycd in our business enabling us lo keep
continually au imuiciibc stock ol lumber, Ac,
aar Al' our square piano* have our new im?
proved oVKltsTUUXU SCALE and Agraffe Treble,
SOT We would eall special attention to our
hitit improvements in (f II A ND PIANOS and
SQUARE O li A NHS, patented Aimil*! 14,
18(il>, which brings tho piano nearer pi rfoctiou
than hs.H yet been attained.
Every Pitit?n fully Warm nt cal (ol'5 Vein?
Wo have made arrangements for the sale
nholesale agency for tho most, celebrated
PARLOR ORGANS and ME L 0 DEO NS,
which wo offer wholesale and retail, at lowest
lactory prices. WM. KN Allic & CO.,
May 23 P??Qrun_Baltimore. Md.
NO FUIE I sl'.I) IN WAM1INCI.
WARFIELD'S COLD WATER SOAP.
TlilS SOAP washes perfectly in cold water,
soft, hard ur ?alt. It removes grease,
oil and paint from gurments. lt wash** ul!
kinds of goods-cotton, lianne!, nilli or woolen.
It cleanses silver, plated ware and jewelry
.without scratching. Il thc articles an niucli
tarnished, rub Ham with a piece of dannel
which has plenty ortho Soap on it. To people
who do their own washing, it is invaluable.
It will save itB cobt in one wabbing. For salo,
in boxes ot thirty-six bars, bv
April 0 Anent for South Carolina.
f^i UNPOWDEH. Hvaon. Oolong and English
\JC Breakfast TEAS. Tho choicest imponed
for salo low. E.HOPE.
uro of Kentucky, of March 13,1871, the Trus
ill give a
UESOAY, OCTOBER 31, 1871.
bent Musical Talent.
in currency; Half Tickets $5; Quarter I
uo $2 50 each. Tho holdor is entitled lo ad?
it awarded to it or its fruction. Tickets uuni
ientuclcy la Trcniurcr,
pill be deposited with the Citizens' Bank, sub
oasurer of thu Library, countersigned by thu
s of Tickets, in tho following gifts, viz:
One Grand Gift of. 830,000
Ono Gift of. 5.000
Ouo Gift o?. 4 ODO
One Gift of. 3 0 0
Ono Gift or. 2 Ul t)
Ten Gilts or $1,000 each. lO.OtiO
Fifteen Gilts of 1900 each . 13 500
Eighteen Gifts of $800 each. 14 4U0
Twenty Gifts of $700 each. 14,0(0
Twenty-five Gifts of $600each. 15.000
Thirty Gifts of 1500 each. 15 000
Fortv Gifts of $4011 each. 1? 000
Forty-live Gifts of $300 each. 13.501?
Fifty Gifts of $200 each. 10,000
44? Gifts of $100 *ach. 44,0(?o
721 Gifts in all. $550,000
und making tho distribution of the gifts, thc
r Tickets will be appropriated to tho establish?
' OF KENTUCKY.
indor tho immodiato supervision of tho Trus
and eminent citizens of Kentucky, who li a vi
superintend tho drawing and distribution ol
rded will bn paid on presentation of them, or
mud day after drawing and every business day
ct or through any Bank or Express Company
ts. post ofiico nionoy ordi rs, or greenbacks,
al by mall, registered or expressed, e.s desired.
iekets, instead of 200,000, as in the San Fra ll
loro distributed. 1 sold that and made the
:kot-holders, from November 'Jd to 15th, liS7u,
ketu not presented.
ter of impossibility for any ono to know what
be gitt of any number drawn from the tirol
ut ol' tho gift plainly printed, is taken from
audience; therefore thu larger gifts niav not
Hoof tho drawing. The $Ili(1.0(K) ?rift iii the
.mont ol (? lt. Peters, waa t lie .Juill li number
ian in New Orkan*. 721 gifts ls all that can
nd children, frini eight tn fourteen years of
nd punies ordering tickets will have printed I
esirhig iliim nullum will idease ?utdi'u.-s litis '
fif? Ticket?, i?OO; 113 Tickt ls, i 1,000.
lamigirof ihe very successful Mercantile Li
t, liss been uppo?iiU'd agent ?tm) manager ol
everything will bo done lo snti-fy buyers ol
.en d as if tiny beret nally buperiutended th?!
will cont aili ICO.fOO numbers, pitt inly print? ri
i'Viii box? s, each containing a gilt. Oro liif
I, and the ilrst box drawn tn un ibo second or
I ami staled up. and the gifi so drawn "roto
it drawn, whether $100, $1,100, or ilUi.oht), us
OSEO OF IS JV LY.
red that if only 25,000 tickets aro sold, bjilj
gifts awarded, bul diminished pro nita, lu
Ito 50 000 go ill tho 1st ge win td and the 721
100 tickets are t-old, the entire 721 gifts will be
iekets shall rmrtieipate.
ens' Hs nh 6flO?eOO towaids defraying the ex
ts io pay his expenses of piintiug, adverti*
it scrutiny as lo the reliability oi thu entire
?.ale of our tickets in Biiv eltv in the United
*. It. l'K'iKiis, Manager, Louisville, Ky.
SI. W CL?3KY.Srcretarv
CITIZENS' DANK.Tri UMP-"
ROLIKA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASS?)
rs from Hie country promptly filled. Agent
ton, Spurtanburg, Greenville, Ahhevillb, Oeo
I). CAM BB I LL ? CO.,
General Agents, Columbia, S. C.
2 5 0,00 0-3
Real Estate and United States Gold Bonds
Will positively bo distributed by RAFFLE on Ibo 22d of Novomber, 1871, in public, iu Ibo
city of Charleston, nt 10 o'clock A. M., by
THE MARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION,
s For tho bondit of tho
FREE SCHOOL FUND,
Chartered by the L?gislature of South Carolina at its last session, and approved March 8,1871.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER SHARE !
1MIH RAFFLE will positively take place on WEDNESDAY, the 22d day of November, 1871,
in public, in the city of Charleston, at 10 o'clock A. M.
All tho Property, real and personal, mentioned below must bo Distributed in the Award,
and a valid deed of euch piece of Heal Estate, free from all incnmbranccb, given. I bo Per?
Hotial Property and United States Oold Bonds will be delivered immediately after tho Kn file.
Each and every Certif?cate bus Three separate and distinct Numbers in figures, and Hie
words of euch figure written thereon, and aro all combined with each other from Nos. I to
78 promiscuously. Alt the Certificates of Share* issued by tho Company, with their numbera,
are registered in their booka.
SCIIITUIILF. Orr AWARDS.
That Certificate of Sharo having ou it the 1st, 2d anti 3d numbers obtained on tho
lt a file will be entitled tb the award of that lirst class Threo-Story Warehouse, situ?
ate on Sleeting street, No. 147, Charleston. H. C., (opposite tho Charleston Hotel.)
being 38 feet Iront by about 210 deep, freo from al iucarubraiicca, and valued at. .$35,000
1 hat Certificate of Shute having on it the 4th, 5lh and 0th numbers obtained on tho
battle will bo entitled to Hie award of that lirst class Three-Story Warehouse, No.
115 Meeting street, Charit ston, S. C., freo trom all iucti\nbrances, valued nt.?30,000
That Certificate of Share having on it th?: 7ih, 8th and Util numbers obtained on tho
Ita flin will be entitled lo tho uwaril ot that first class Three-Story Warthouso, No.
143 Meeting street, Charleston, S. C., freo front all iucumbrnnces. valued nt.$27,500
That Certif?cate of Share Laving on it the 10th, 11th nod 12th numbera obtained on
tho Its file will be entitled to tho award of that 'J bree-s tory Warehouse,No. 141
Meeting sticut, Charleston, B. C., free trom all iucuuibrances, valued at. $25.000
The above Four Warohoue.es are opposite tho Charleston Hotel, and aro the most valuable
property in Charleston.
That Certificate of Share having on it thc 2d, 3d und 4th numbera obtained on tho
llafllu will be entitled to nu award of that fine piece of property, situate on Broad
street, Charleston, S.C., and known as tho "Mansion House," treo trom all iuctim
brunces, valued at.$20,000
That Certificate of Share having on it the 3d, 4th ard 5th numbera obtained on tho
Kn file will be entitled to an award ot that fine Two-Stoiy Dwelling, situate on
Gadsden and and Lumber Btreets, Columbia, S. C ,wilh all the out-buildings and
improvements, with about half nu acre ?if ground thereto, valued at.$10,000
That Ce rtificate of Miare ha\iug on it thc 5th, Gth and 7th numbera obtained on tho
t batu will t>o infilled to an uwaid ot that fine Cotton Plantation, containing
about 1.SOD acres, one-third cleared, and heavily limbered, situate in tho County
of Darlington, S. C., on tho Gnat Pee Deo Uiver, treo from incumbrances,
That Certificate of Share having on it the til h. 7th aird 8th numbers obtained on Ibo
K-?flle will be entitled to an award of United States Gold Monda (new ifisue) of tho
That Certificate of Miare having on it the 8th, Olli and 10th numbers obtained on tho
liafllo will bo entitled to an award of United Stales Gold Bonds (new issue) of tho
That Certificate of Share having on it the 0th, 10th and 11th numbera obtained on the
liafllo will bc entitled to an award of United Slates Gold Bonds of tho valno of.... $1,0C0
Thoso Forty Certificates ol Shares having on them the following numbers obtained ou tho
2d Sd Otb 2d 4th Otb 4th Gth 7lh Stn Cth 0th Otb 7th 12?h 0th 10th 12th
2d 3d 7th 2d 4th 7th 4th 5th 8th 5th 6th 10th 7th Ki h 10th 1st 3d 4th
2d 3d Hih 3d 4th 8th 4th 5th Dib 5th Aili lilli 7th 8th 1Kb 1st 4th 5th
2d Sd 0th 3d 4th ?-h 4th 5th 10th 5th Gib 12th 7th 8th 12th 1st 5th Otb
2d 3d 10th 3d 4lh 10th 4th 5>h 11th Gib Viii Otb 8th 9th 11th 1st (Uh 7ih
2d 3d 11th 3d 4tb llih 4th 5th 12th Gth 7th 10th bib 9lh 12th let 7th 8th
2d 3d 12th 3d 4th 12th 6th 6th 8th Otb 7th Uth |
Will bo each entitled to au award in United I: tates Gold Bouda of tho valuo of. $500
Those Forty Certificates of Shares having on them the following numbers obtained on the
isl 8th DI li f 2-1 Otb 101b 3d lilli 121 h 5lh 8th 0th 7th 0th 10th
1st 9lh 10th 2d 10th 11th 4th Gth 7lh 5th Olh loth 7th 10th 11th
1st 10th lltb 2d lltb 12 h 4Hi 7th 8th 5th 10th llth 7th Ulli 12th
1st lltb 12th 3d 5th Gth -Ph 8th Dili 5th llth 12th 8th 10th llth
2d 4th ;>h 3d G>h 7th 4th Otb 10th Gth 8th 9th Hi h llth 12lh
2d 5th (bb 3d 7th Rib 4th Kith llth I Gth 9th 10th 9th llth 12th
2d Gth 7th 3d 8th 9th 4th lilli 12th Gib 10th lltb 1st 3d 5th
2d 7th 8ih 3d Otb 10th 5lh 7th 8th | (Ith llth 12ih 1st 3d (Uh
Will bo each entitled to an award of United States Gold Bonds of the valuo of. $250
All the oilier Certifient es of Shores having on them any three numbera obtained on tho
Ku file, and not designated as any of the abovo Certificatea are, will each be enti?
tled to an award of United Staten Bond? ot the value cf.. $50
Awards will be made only to such Certificates of Shares as havo threo numbers on them,
so obi nie td on thc Bailie.
To such as desire to luke Sharca in thia great Raffle and distribution cf real and personal
property; tho Directors will afford every facility and satisfaction; and perfect fairness will be
exercised throughout, and many persons may traco their future prospects in business and
station in society te> a fortunate share hei ein.
Orders, with the money tor Certificates, may bc sent by Express, or Registered Letters, or
Pott Office OrderB, at tho riak of tho Association. Persous sending orderu will be particular
to give their names, placea of residence, County and State, which will be entered in tho books
ot the Company, and immediately upon the Rafiio laking place tho official raffled numbers
will be forwarded to each correspondent.
The Rufilo will positively tako place on tho day named, and everyaward of thoproperly and
Gold Bonde must bo made to the holders ot the Certificates.
Address all orders to L. T. LEVIN, Agent, Columbia, 8. C.
FBEISET AID PASSEMEB LINE.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, KEW YORK, BOSTON,
AND ALL THE NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURING CITIES.
THREE TIMES fiSSSr*^r|TO7?ft'V?gVfol A WEEK.
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays.
ELEG A A T S TA TE-EOOit A CCOMMOlf A TIO XS.
Sea Voyage 10 to 12 Hours ?^^^^s^^^N?Shorter via Charleston.
TOTAL CAPACITY; 10.000 IIALKS MONTHLY.
Tho South Carolina Railroad Company,
A ND conni ci nu?. Hoads West, lu alliance willi Hu Ile??, f ol thirteen li i Ht elura Steamships to
/V lin* above poris, invite attention to lin quick time sud regular despatch nflordcel to the
Ubini i-* public in Ibu Cullen Stater, al I he
1? O lt T O V C II A II L K S T O N ,
Od', ringfitci'itiea ofrail and sea tram-port nt iem fe?r Freight und Pasacng? ts not excelled in
exced?? nee und capacity at tiny other i oi t. '1 ho following splendid Oct un Sttaiueis me ie
g?i'?rly on the linc:
TO ?CK \V Y O It Iv .
.U t .V//.4 7 TA E. G EOE G IA,
M S. Woodhull, Commander. S. Crow! ll. Commander.
CHAMPION, SOL' L'HICA ROLIKA;
it. Wi Lockwood, Commander. T. J. Beckett, Commander.
CHARLES I ON, CLYDE.
.Lillies Pei rv. Commander. .1. Kennedy. Commander.
JAMES ADin li, ASHLAND,
TY J. Lockwood, Cuni manlier. - Ingrain, Commander.
JAM KS Alni I lt fi CO., WAG NEK. H UGER A CO.,
Agents, Ch?r?eetdii, S. C. WM. A. COURTENAY,
Agents, Chariest'JU, S. C.
T O PHI L A I> IC I. I? II I A .
AK-x. Hunter, Commander. C. Hinckley. Commander.
SAI 1.1X11 DAYS -TH UK SHAYS.
WM. A. CO URTI-. NAY, Agent, Charleston, S. C.
T O II A L T I M O It I? .
Haime, Commander. Johnson, Commander.
Dm tun. Com mundt r. Sailing Dava-Every Fifth Dav.
PAUL C. TREN HOLM, Agent. Charleston. H. C."
Ripes guiiaiiti i'd as low as Hi? se of competing tines. Marine li.su ru lice, one-halt of one
THrvOUfiH BILLS OF LADING AND THROUGH TICKETS
.an ..(. liait ut all t!n> principal bu il rond Oftic? s in Georgia, Alubama, Ti nui rs? c and Missis
Slate Rooms in:i> l e M?ni?d |n advance, without extra charge, by addressing Agents bf
thc .StoaiiirhipH in ('hsrh ctol., el wt.IM* offices in ult cusca the Railroad Tickets should bo
exchanged ?md It?rths ii-stgM-il. 'ibo '1 hi on g h Tickets bj this route Include Transf?ra,
Meals mid State K? '?m. wb??e ?rn idiiphoaid
Th?- Smith Carolina Ititiiioad, O? Ligia Rsi'ii lid, ni d tb? ir ci uri etti e. lit es, have largely
?ncr? us-? ?l thin incitili? ? ur the rai id lin yen mt ol Fi? ight rind 1'it sst i?g?rs between ibo
Nnithei II chi? s and th? Sm.th and Wi st ( < intel tubi? N IL lit Cms, with the Hohnes Chair,
ivithiiiit Yxtrii clint ge, have bern hilrndlii-?d nu tb?- St nib ('molina Ituilrnad. 1-ii tl class
Eating Saloon ut HriiM-lividc, On lin- Giorgia Knill? ai liii-t clui-s t-hipil u Cart-.
Freight prompily ti-fii'slet i rd tioni St? i n er lo i u> ut ii night trains?I Uti Smith Carolina
Railroad. Close connection made willi nillirRonda, delivering Fi?)! I ts M dtstaiit points
? i'h gi ? at i ruin pl liesa. The mulingi ls will K?C* ? vt 1 y ? x? 11 ii n lo i-nt is fy ll.? n patron* that
t lo- line ria Cl ur iee lon ci ni ni he i ininis^i il iii dt rp uti b nt.?! the int? delivrij ol goods.
For fui tber inf'irn-niioii. npplvin.l M Sn.KiiiK Sum i inti nd? 11, Cl ni 1? s'? n. S. (' . M D.
HASI.I.I.. Gt ni nil Aeeiit, P. (>. Box 4 '.170; ( flin -317 I?io?tlM ny, N. V ; S.B Piotr y* ronor.l
I'lu-songor mid 'lieket Agent, Smith Carolina Pa bond. Al.FltKD L. Tl ) ER,
June 20 ?Cilio Yice-Pretident Senth Ci.iolinn Baili one!, Chm le? ti n, ?. 0.
Change of Schedule.
GENERAL H Ul'EH INTEN DENT'S OPFICE,
WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA & AU??BTA R. R. CO.,
Wu,MINO TUN, N. <J., AUGUST C, 1871.
ssa? ? s iis
bo run by li ains on this road :
DAY EXl'KKKB TUALN [DAILY..] ..
Loavo Wilmington [Union Depot] a.?O A. M.
Arrivo at Florene 0.. 9 13 A. M.
Arrive at Kingsville. T2.20P. M.
Leave Kingsville. 9.10 A. M.
Arrive ut Florence.12 1)3 P. M.
Arrive at Wi lining ton. 6 30 P. ?I.
NIGHT EXPUK8S ?KAIN, [DAILY,] SUNDAY LS
Leavo Wilmington. 7(10 P. M.
Arrivo at Florence. 1.84 A. M.
Arrive al Kingsville. 8.45 A. M.
Leave Kingsville...'. 3.45 P.M.
Airivo at Florence. 1105 P.M.
Arrivo at Wilmington. 5.5U A. M.
Aim 9 JOHN C. WINDER. Gen'l Snp't.
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta R. R
S ? PERINTENDENT'8 OFFICE,
COLEMBIA, 8. C., August 4. 1871.
?W?.a&-- ON ami alter SUNDA!
K~2?@??xt, Otb i nat., the follow?
ing schedule will bc run over tbiu road:
Train No. 1. Train No. 2.
Leave Augusta.3 25 A. M. 0.00 P. M.
Leavo Columbia.8.09 A. M. 11.00 P. M.
Arrive Charlotte.2.15 P. M. 5.20 A. M.
Leave Charlotte.7.40 A. M. 8 15 P. M.
Leave Columbia.1.57 P. M. 2.30 A. M.
Arrivo Augusta.fi.50 P. M. 7 30 A. M.
No. 1 Train daily. No. 2 Train daily, Sun?
days excepted. Loth trains make close con?
nection to all points North, South and West.
No. 1 Train makes close connection at Rich"
mond lor Virginia Springs.
Through tickets sold nnd baggage checked
to all priucipal points. Standaru time-Wash?
ington City time. 10 minutes faster than this
city. E. P. ALEXANDER, General Sup.
E.R. DonsET, Gen. Freight and Ticket Agent
Change of Schedule.
SOUTH CAROLINA KAILIUTAD Coair-ANT,
COLUMBIA, S. C., June 0, 1871.
Change of Sehedulo
' to go into effect on
and after Suuday, 11th instant:
MAIL, AND FA6SENOEH TRAIN.
Leave Columbia at. 7 40am
Arrivo at Charleston at.8 20 p m
Leave Charleston at.8.20 u m
/ rrivo at Columbia at. 8 40pm
NIGHT EXr-BESS, FHEIOnT AND ACCOMMODATION
THAIN, [Sundays excepted.]
Leave Columbia at.7.50 p m
Arrivo at Charleston at.C.45 a m
Leavo Charleston at.7.10 p m
Arrivo at Columbia at.6 00 a rn
Camden Accommodation Train will con ?
tinuo to run to Columbia as formerly-Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. TICKINS, General Ticket Agent.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., MABCH 1,1871.
ON and after this
'dato, tho following
schedule will bb run daily, Sundays excepted,
connecting with Night Trains on South Caro?
lina Railroad up and down; also with Trains
goiug North and South on Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta lt aili ead:
Leave Columbia at." 7.00 a. m.
" Alston.9.10 a. m.
*. Cokesbury. 3.00 p.m.
" Belton.5.00'p. m.
Arrivo at Greenville. 0.30 p. m.
Leave Greenville at. 6.15 a.m.
" Belton.8.05 a. m.
" Cokesbury.10.07 a.m.
" Abbeville.8 15 a. m.
.* Newberry. 1.60 p.m.
.* Alston.4.05 p. m.
Arrive at Columbia.5.65 p. m.
THOS. DODAMEAD. General Sup.
M. T- BARTLETT, General Ticket Agent.
Schedule on Bine Ridge Railroad.]&
Leave Anderson.fi.00 P. M.
*. Perryvillo.7.45 ..
Arrivo at Walhalla.8.30 "
Leave Walhalla.3.45 A. M
" Perrvville.4.S0 "
?? Pendloton.5.30 ??
Arrive at Anderson.6.30 "
Waiting at Anderson one hour for the arrival
of np train on Greenville and Columbia hoad.
July 2_W. H. P. GAILLARD. Snp,
Summer Schedule S. & U. R. R.,
To Commence 2Q(h Moy, 1871.
DOWN THAIN. UP TRAIN.
Arrive. Leave. Arrivo. Leave.
Spartanburg.. 5 30 5.25
Hatesville. fi 00 COO 413 4.53
Pacolet. fi 08 ?.13 4 40 4 45
Jonesville. fi.43 0 48 4 15 4.10
Unionville. 7 25 7 50 3.05 3 25
Han tnu. 8 20 8 25 2 30 2.35
Fish Dam. 8.40 8 45 2 10 2.15
Shelton. 11.15 9 20 1 35 1.40
Lvles' Ford... 9 40 9 15 1 12 1 17
Strother. 10 05 10.10 12.50 12.55
Alston. ll t;0 12 00
Mai' 24 THOS B. JETER, President.
Change of Schedule.
OFFICE NORTH CAROLINA R. It. CO ,
COMPANY Snot's. N. C., June 3. 1871.
HST *W. raV?Mtri^.v. ON and after SUNDAY,
tSBlXStsMC^^? June 4. 1S71, TRAINS will
be run over this Road in tteeordui.co with tho
following TIME TABLE;
Trains Going IMIS?. Trains West.
AllltlVK. LEAVE. AKlilVK. LEAVE.
Charlotte ? :55 a ni 3 10 p m
Salisbury 8.03 a m 8 23 u n ? "Ct p ni 5 "0 p m
Gr'nsb'o'l 1 Cs amil 13 u n. J/? 25 p ni 8 35 p m
Co Khopl2 40 p m 1 05 p n< 0.5? p m 10. Hi p m
HillnbTu 2 28 pm 2.33 phi 11.35 p m ll 37 pm
Haleigh 5.1.5 p tn 12.' 5 a ni 2.40 am
Goldaborn I 7-20 a m
Trains Going Patt. Trains West.
Charlotte7.15a ni R OO pm
Suliab'ry 4.32 a ni 1 37 a ni 5 15 j. m 5.2C p m
(?r'nsb'o 1 25a ni 1 35 a ni 2 10 p m 2 20 p m
Co Shop ll 37 pm 12 l>2 an. 12 SO j? ni 12 50 p m
HlllshrolO "7 pm H? 09a n> 11.07 a ni 11.10 n in
Haleigh fi.58 p ni 7 40 u ni 8.45 a m
Goldsb'o 3 00pm
June fi W H. OREEN, Mas. Trans.
Teas'. Teas.: Teas'.!!
WE have just received an invoice of choice
TEAS, consisting of
I tyson, Gunpowder,
Yoiilig Hyson. Imperial.
Oolong aiid English Breakfast Teas.
For sale at our liriial low prices.
J une. 28 J DUN AGNEW ,V SON.
Thief Proof Drawers.
HpHE undersigned have received the Agency
JL pf these DRAWERS 77??? ure the ?.?,<
th lug needful for Ute pro i rv ti/, 1 . a
lection of every store thu h*-uw ' N S1 8
ii A op ?" Columbia, al IMPROVED H
fording a sure protect- T . n
tim, from tho liuht-tln TlLL LOCKS URAWERU
gered gentry. For sah - 3
low, by FAIRBANKS &. CO., W%
IOHN AGNEW A SON. AOENTS, Eg
^ 252 Broadway, N.Y. 63