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IONS OF THE NSW POSTOFFICE LA W.
Ttac CHARLESTON NEWS, the circulation of
which is about twice as large as that ot any
other paper published in South Carolin), is the
best advertising medium for all business men.
For persons who want eira ?tiona or serrants;
who want booses or apsttments, or baye them
to rent; who. want or who offer board and lodg?
ing; who haw? lost or found arri?les of value,
TBS Maws bas no equal; and in order that all
?lassos may have their wants aapphed, we have
adopted the following scale of CHXAP ADVKK
TISEMXKTS, payment tot which most invariably
oe made when ike order is given:
Advertisements of situations wanted by or
offered to clerks, governesses, tutors, work?
men, mechanics, h ona e-servan ta, porters, shop
boys, cooks and washers; board and lodging;
waated or offered; apartments wanted or to
let; artioles los t or found ; houses, shops, offices
and warehouses wanted or to let, and miaeeUa
leous wanes of a ll kinds.
For etch insertion of advertisements of the
?kuffio specified :
Not exoasimg mux* uruna;pr 9) words....35 cents
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All advertisements to bs inserted at these
Tates mu?ft bo prepaid and delivered at TECS
Nrwa offloe bv 9 P. M.
? ?nare of Thermometer st the Hews
8 A. M.
6 P. H.
MSB TINGA ram DA r.
Orango Lodge, at 8 P. AL
Carolina Baie Ball dob, at 8 P. H.
AUCtlON^ SALES THIS DAY.
G. W. STiJTias will sell at 10 o'clock, at cor
T^TrjuJdand King streets, contents of a gro
KNOI, DALT A Co. will sell, "at 10 o'clock, at
th sir ?.tore, furniture, lager beer, 4 c
WILLIAM UOKAT will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, household furniture, Ac.
Mix?! DBAJCX will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
Store, shoes, doth inj?, 4c.
TBS DAILY NBWS Paus CLTUUENT ARD COX.
?aaiAL CacuLAR will be ready for delivery at
our TOuntioff-iooto at nine o'clock thia morn
ing. Siog?e copias five cents. Orders for ten
copias and over will be filled at the rate of two
apd a han* cents per copy.
PAKBONAI-General Johnson Ha good, (of
tbs Ute Confederate Sutes army,) President
?of tbs State Agricoltura] Society, is in the city, j
stopping at the Charfeston Hotel. .
TBS Nsw? ZN -rax Ck)Tnrrar. ^Readers of
Tn NEWS going? the country can receive !
their fav sn te paper by mail, daily, at sevent y
fi ve oenta a mon th, by addressing a no te. with
their snbscriptioD, to bair publication office.
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Tn CDsToacHooss SQDABBXZ.-An adver?ee
mant In another part of to-day's Naws trivrs
what purports to bo the programme for some j
interesting c?r?monie*, m which the outgoirg
and iiioomingoustomhouse officials are lo bear j
a conapacuoua part.
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A CvLOBiD BOT DROWNED.- A colored boy
nvmed Joseph Durham, about fourteen years
?? asra, wee tin bathing near tho Savannah
Bsilroad depot yesterday afternoon, and was
drowned. His body waa recovered, and the
?Coroner notified to hold an inquest.
A Hrarr tx? DULL TIMES -Take advantage:
of the great reduction in prices, and prepare
for tbs approach ir>g business season by hav-.
iog jour Job Printing neatly, expeditiously
and cheaply done at THB Naws Job Office, No. ;
09 East Bay. 1
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Fnorso THC Pszsoxaas.-In publishing
^hia morning a tetter upon tho subj oct of tbe
cost of dieting prisoners, it ia proper to say
that we are assured th it prominent merchante
biete ax? witting to contract to supply similar
rations, to tbSeo now furn ?shed ?be prisoners tn
the jail at from fifteen tb twenty cents a day.
Til Slain IXSTBCTOR EMPLOYS Frrrf
HAKIM.-JOS. H. Jenks, Street Inspector, bas,
since entering opon the duties of bis office,
xeoeivod five. hundred applications for work
from negroes. Yesterday, be employed fifty of
this number and appointed the following fore?
men of gangs : H. L. Ben ford, Edward Wilkin?
son, John Brown, Bobert Savage, all colored,
and A. Boyd, white. It is thought that he
will find it-necessary to employ more. We
learn that tbs pay of a hand per day is one
dollar; foremen one dollar and a quarter.
FUKMBAL SXBTICKA.-The funeral services of
.Mr. J. Goerjen, whose sudden dea h night
before last has been mentioned, took place yes?
terday morning from his late residence at the
southeast co mer of Meeting and Woolf? streets.
Among the. largs number cf persons who had
.assembled to pay tbs last tribute of respect
were members of Solomon's Lodge, No. 1, A.
JP. M., Howard Lodge, No. S, I. 0. O. F., Ger?
man Friendly Society, German Br?derlicher
Buad. and GermanBrfle Club, of all of whim
bodies deceased was an earnest and beloved
member. Peace to bis ashes.
H[ HOTEL ARRIVALS, JD LY 13-Pavilion Hotel.
-John K. Terry and servant. Walterboro; A. O.
Oraj, steamship Prometheus; B. L. Ba ldi ck.
I?. H. Henderson. 8. O. House. Florida ; C.
Moira, J. B. McQuillan, Georgetown ; E. W.
Blanca, F. E. Hewitt, Florence ; M. Vau Bus
kirk, New York; Captain Charles ?elmer, wife
and servant, Atlanta; Philip Malone, Augusta.
Charleston HoleL-Dr. F. E. Willis, Hilton
He \d; C. N. West, Savannah ; Mrs. Ellen viun
-oey and serrant. Miss Laura M. Tonn, Beau?
fort; Charles H. Campbell, New York; Fred. A.
Savage, City; P. G. MoNuity, Savannah; W. L
Price, Hamilton, N. C.; B. P. Brunner, Califor?
nia; General J. Htgood, Barnwell.
TBS WEATHER.-Yesterday, though sensibly
?cooler than the preceding days was anything
but comfortable. Mondav seems to have been
the "hottest day" in all parts of the country.
At Poughkeepsie, N. Y., the thermometer at
two P. M. was 91 degrees in the shade; at
Portland, Me, 98 at two P. M.; at Philadel?
phia, 96; at Washington, 98; at Augusta Ga.,
at two P. M., 103 degrees. Ia Baltimore she
. highest mercury was 96 degrees.
We are pleased to learn that there was a
heavy and refreshing fall of rain on Wednes
nesday afternoon along the greater patt or i ht
line of the Savannah and Charleston Railroad.
This must have come in good season for the
-^rice crops, besides being of great benefit tc
tbs a? islands.
WORKINGS OF THE RADICAL RINO.
HOW GOVERNOR SCOTT IS TO BE EUCHRED
OUT OF A BB-ELBCriOV BY ? PROMISE OF A
8ENATOBSHIP, AND HOW HE IS TO BE "SOLD
Organization of a Tnlrtl Party - A
Peep at tue Machiner j- tkat Worked
Clark into thc Collectorship - Ur ant's
ftenuvrles-Haven't Tim Huxley Been
the Palie of tkat Machine:
For some time past there has been a quiet
agitation, or at letst that is all that baa been
noticed by these not in the circle, among that
portion of the Radioal Ring of Charleston
which the nance Radicals would style tbe Mas
saehuaetts-ites, bat who ate more familiarly
known as the party composed of men who. in
their hurry to rush into the South, had only
time ti pick their carpet-bags. For all that
the outsiders know, there may have been and is
a terrible rushing of pol? deal winds in that
body of tba Rtdioal camp; bat an agitation, as
we have said, has been noticed, and floating
about are various rumors, which THE NEWS
gives to the public for what ti my aro or th.
' OOTZBKOB SCOTT TO BE EUCHRED
Is the gu bat anea of tho first, rumor, and it
states that the said body ol Radicule are already
getting up the slate for the State election in
October, 1870. On it tbe names of Dr. A. O.
Mackey, late Collector of tuts port, and F. J.
Moses, Jr., Speaker of the House ot Represen?
tatives, are written, tbe first for Governor, and
tbe latter for Lieute nan t-Governor. Io pre?
vent Governor Scott from running, be will be
j given a stick of candy tu Ahe shape of a nomi
nation for United 8 ta tea Senator to amase
himself with. The party intend to elect the
I two persons first named, all the while pretend?
ing tobe pushing the interests of Scott aa sen?
ator. So soon aa Dr. Ol. and Mr. Moses are
elected, the former will be nominated for the
senitorahip, and will be elected. H ; pre term rr
the latter to the Governor's position, will re?
sign as Governor and go to the Senate-Moses,
the choice ol this faction, then, of course, be?
coming Governor. Governor Scott will then go
. . THE TITTED P AB TT.
The second rumor bas it that this same
laboring., faction.-any it not bring forth a
ie?-is forming a third parry, the object or j
which is at the oext State election 'to kick out
of office, and, if possible, out of the Radical |
ranks, Governor Scott, Parker, State Treasu?
rer; Jillaon, Educational maa, and other per- ;
sons of like character, whom the said faction j
term disreputable, and to place in office more
reputable men, auch ai those headed by Attor
I ney-Gen eral D. H. Chamberlain. The Third.
Party itea assert that the; have promises of ad?
hesion to their policy from all parts of the
State, -nd that some of the "prominent men of |
Charleston express their willingness to go into
it, and they (tho "Third's ") stale that all tbat
they need to carry out their policy is inaction j
on the part of tba conservative white people
previous to the election.
A PSST AT THE K ACHETE BT.
The eic itement which that Ut Je matter be?
tween Mr. Clark-, and Dr. Mackay, regarding
the Collectors h ip Of this poi r, when they wore
in Washington, and in the Present's scales,
first one and then the other, kicking the beam
created -hero among', those wbo were in the
c'-Stoib h ouse officesand did not want to go ont,
and thees! who were out but wanted to get ia,
has in a measure subsided by the announce?
ment that Clark, had received ?the appointment;
still, everything ls of ?interest that relates to
that time when men were weighed down by
official cares, or car? -for office, and one per- j
rshecrby tbe wayside. -
One day when Grane was weighing the aspi?
rants and an even ' balance was all that had
been obtained,a telegram from F.J. Moses,
Jr., arrived, requesting-the President not to
decide upon the appointment until.bia letter
could be received, and stating that every Re?
publican in the State was in favor of Mackey
being retained and all were opposed to Clark.
.Grant to ?k a long whiff from a Havana,
doubtless presented by one of Cbirlc'a friends,
who antioipates being sent on a foreign mis.
j sion for bis remembrance, and spoke thusly to
said friend: "I can't appoint Clark, for here's
the" Speaker of the House of Representatives
assures me that every Republican in the State
is opposed to Clark and in favor of Mackey."
.'But, General," Bftid the friend^[maw it not
have boen Timothy Hurlo*.?] "do joh know
who tb is F.J. Moses is?" ?j .
After taking a long puff, the General admit?
ted that he didn't know him.
Said the friend, "Why, be is the son of the
man who- boasted that he persuaded North'
Carolina to eoe ide, and is himself the man
who, as aide-de-camp to Governor Pickens,
hauled down tbe United States flag at Fort
Bmx ter in 1881.
Said the General, after sucking at the cigar
for a moment, "That is a - of a recom?
mandation;! appoint Mr. Clark;" and Clark
became Collector of the Port of Charleston.
Tnt UNITED STATES DOUBT, JOLT 15-HON.
GEOBOE 8. BBYAN, Junas. PEESXDD?O.-The
following cises were disposed of to- day :
Petition of J. H. Saber, of Newberry, for
final discbarge from bankruptcy, was referred
to Registrar Jaeger, and final hearing ordered
before the Com t at Greenville on the lOtii of j
In the cases of the United Slates vs. George
L. Black, Nathaniel O. Tilton and William
Gregg, Jr., motion to set aside the verdicts
rendered on the Uh of June, 1869, the argu?
ments were heaid, after which the motion was
granted and the causes transferred to the Dis
tri ct Court for trial at tbs October term.
Application of Eugene Esdra, of Charleston,
for copyright, was granted according to act of
Congress. The copyright was for "French
conversation playing cards," with the English
translation, affording bjtb amusement and in?
Petitions of Jo; eph D. Blanding, Ormsby
Blanding, Warren H. Burgess, Richard T.
Campboll, Joseph Chandler, Daniel A. Fox
woith. Wm. E. Flowden, Joshua Meyers. Wm.
M. Reese, Wiley Smith and Josiah W. Wilder,
all of S -roter, tor final dis"harges io bankrupt?
cy, were referred to Registrar Carpenter, and
final bearing oidered bet?re the court at Green?
ville on the 20th of August.
Petitions of Bryant Y. (tharne and Paniett A.
Sanders, of Sam ter, for final discbarge in bank?
ruptcy, were granted.
CRUMBS.-It is reported that the Mayor will
call an extra meeting of the City Council next
The Carolina Base Ball Club yesterday receiv?
ed a challenge from the Savannah Club, to play a
series of (tames. The Club will hold a meeting
to-night to consider over it.
Five hundred out of the large number of un?
employed negroes in Charleston want to go to
The advertisements in yesterday's NEWS for
a geutlcmau of color, wt o was a graduate of
Yale or Harvard, to tafe? caro ot a pair of
horses, and for a lady ot color, who tad a re?
fined and cultivated taste, and with a thorough
knowledge ol tho French language and music,
todo ibo cooking for a snail family, called
forth a number of Applicants of the colored
TAKING- TMS CENSUS.
Negroes arter the 9peens-A Oamtion to
The following letter bas been sent to ns by a
resident of Ward No. 8, and is published as ?
warning to our citizens :
CHARLESTON. July 13.1869.
TO TBE EDITOB OF THE NEWS.
Yon would greatly oblige some ot the resi?
dents of the Upper Wards, if yon could give us
some information m reference totnesenegto
census takers. Last week a negro went around
in Ward No. 8, taking the names of every per?
son, old and young, male and t?male, their
age, &o., Ac; thu week, another black negro
comes around with a big book, and says "I is
toe 'eeasor.'' Ht wants to know bow much
silver spoons, forks, and other ware yon keep
io the house, and what you value it at. He
does not itemize the articles, but puta down
tbeir value, with the owner's name. Also, the
value of tour furniture, Ac. If he is in any
way doubtful, he demands to be shown tbe
pieces, and marches in private bed chambers,
with his dirty blaok assistant, sud scrutinize i
everything. Yesterday afternoon, this black
devil, "the City Sesear," went into a lady's
noose in Spring street, and not being satisfied
about tbe value of the silver plate, dem inded
to s e it. The husband of the lady fortunately
coming in at tbe time, nskeithe negro to show
hts authority, when he said, -Tee been 'looted
to *he. City Sesear, by Mr. Pillsbury, and be
tole me to go round " He was ordered ont of
;he house, and wheq near the door exclaimed:
'TU bab dis bouse marked.'' I would like
you to caution our up-to wu residents to look
out for these thieves, for such is surely their
aim. 1 am, with respect, *?*
Wo have taken some trouble to obtain trust"
worthy information npon this subject, and
have received 'rom Census Taker B. C. De
Larsre the following particulars:
.The City of Charleston is allowed six assis?
tant census takera, who are: W. H. Gibbes,
N. Levin and W. L. Gowan, white, and George
Lee, W. R. Jervey aud P. L. Miller, colored.
Iheee six have employed and pay two other
census takers, viz: John Robinson and Peter
Morgan, colored. No other person than those
named bas authority to ask for any informa?
tion of any oitizeo for census purposes.
Each census taker is provided with printed
books, and ia required to obtain the number
of persons of different ages in eaoh family, dis?
tinguishing white and colored; also a report of
tb* quantity of farm and gard n produce rais?
ed during the year, the number of animals, tbe
quantity ot machinery, and other statistics of
a like description. This the censos takers are
authorized by the law to require to be given
them, under penalty of a fine, bot they have no
r ghi to ask f.r any information in regard to
plate or Bpoona. Any men who have asked for
this, have nothing bot robb ;ry in view. Every
householder should be on bis guard against
DeLarge seems to be anxious that every?
thing should go on smoothly, and requests that
immediate complaint be made if there be any
incivility or impropriety of behavior on the
part of any of his assistants.
COLUMBIA ITEMS.-The convention of rail?
road presidents and superintendents, connect?
ed with the through line from New Orleans to
Washington, was in session at Columbia yes?
Mr. Isaac Hope, a young Englishman, who
bas been in this country only a few months,
and waa living with Mr. John Davis, died very
soddenly on Wednesday from the effects of
Sergeant George King, of Company H, 8th
United States Infantry, also died suddenly on
Wednesday morning from the effects of heat.
Hot a Candidate.
TO THE EDITO B OF THE NEWS.
This is the second lune I have noticed my
name in the colnmns of THE NEWS, in connec?
tion with others, as a candidate for Commis?
sioner of Markets and Alms House. While I
believe Alderman Collins meant well in offer?
ing mine and the names of several other citi?
zens in this community, yet in justice to my?
self 1 beg the ose of your valuable journal to
say it was unauthorized by me, and as Ur.
Collins acknowledges, was unsolicited by other
gentlemen whose names be placed on the
tickets. JULIOS RODMTLLAT.
CHARLESTON, July 15,1869.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEW*.
The Courier, of this date, in commenting
upon the cost to the State of feeding the pri?
soners in our county jails, makes a most vio?
lent assault npon the truth of the old adage,
"Figures never lie." As its erroneous state?
ments are calculated to mislead the few per?
sons who read that ancient and splenetio jour?
nal, I beg leave to correct them through your
Error No. 1. "There are sixteen hundred
prisoners In the various county jails .through?
out the State."
This is evidently a gross exaggeration, as
there axe but thirty-one (SI) jails in the State,
and according to "this estimate they average
fifty- two prisoners each.
The records show tbat our county jails aver?
age about Hf teen (15 ) prisoners each, making a
total of four hundred and sixtv-five (463) in?
stead of sixteen hundred (1600,) as stated by
Error No. 2. ''It is well known tnat the ra?
tion of each soldier in the United States army
eosts the government just eleven (II) cents."
The commissary at this poet will inform tbe
Courier "that the ration of each soldi sr in the
United SUtes army costs the government just:'
twenty-four cents and seven one hundredths of
a cent (247-100,) and the commutation value
of such ration is thirty (30) cents. It is a well
known fact that the government purchases its
armv supplies in large quantities and at tbe
lowest wholesale rates, hence the cost of the
army ration to the government is no criterion
by which to determine what it should cost the
various sheriff's to feed tbe prisoners in our
county jails. The army ration, taking quanti?
ty and quality, cannot be purchased in this
market, at wholesale rates, for less than thirty
five (85) oents. The Courier, when it advo?
cates an allowance of only sixteen (16) oents to
feed a prisoner, must have in view the bill of
fare that led Oliver Twist to beg for "one more
TO THE EDI TOB OF THE NEWS.
In your isaoe of this morning yon wero
pleased to honor me with a coospicuous and un?
merited notice, taken from the Georgetown
Times. First, thanking you for your confi?
dence in believing that I would not swindle a
poor freedman out of tuenly-fioe dollars, 1
shall proceed, in as brief a manner as possible,
to make the fo lowing statement of the a ff nr.
As far as the writing of thu omer is concerned,
I care nothing about it. Thu ingonuitv shown
iu garbling it is certainly deserving of great
credit. As the only apparcut object the
Georgetown Times had m publishing it was to
show up my ignorance, and as I plead guilty
to the charge, I would congratulate the Times
and all others of ita ilk on their easy victory,
and say any evidence on such score is unne?
Now, in relation to the money statement, the
charge IP as false as it is malici?os. When at
Georgetown, several months ago a boy "ame to
me, and after s atins that he had been whioped
by one Paris Dennis, said he desired to have a
suit brought against him for damages On
mvestigatine tbe affair I found there bad been
eeveral ineffectual attempts made t J settle the
matter amicably. I the efore suggested that
tho question of damages should be left to three
disinterested persons. Tho arbitrators wcie
then choson, tho question submitted and they
agreed upon giving the boy twenty-five dol?
lars. Dennis was to pay twenty fire more,
five of which was my fee; the balance was to
pav the costs. I engaged to stop tho criminal
actirn then pending. There being no solicitor
it Georgetown at the time, on mv return ?o
the city I wont to tho Attorney General who
assured me lie would enter a nol. pros, on the
payment of tho costs Shortly aller tbe twen'y
hve dollars wis forwarded to mo bv Mr. J. H.
Rai nev. Sr.. one of the arbitrators in tho c iso.
Dennis took counsel of a law firm, and, through
their advice, refused to pay the balance of the
award. 1 took no farther steps to stop the
proceeding* h court, as the boy had left the
otate. The money is still m my hands; I have
repeatedly tendered it to Mr. Karney, who, not
more than two weeks ago. told me that he de?
sired to correspond with the boy before taking
it. It is distinctly understood that the money
can be drawn at any time by the boy, or any
one authorized by bun. This is all I know of
the affair. The course pursued by me, I have
been assured, was satisfactory to those by
whom I was employed. * W. J. WHIPPEH.
COOTES SOUP, boiled mutton with caper
sance, fish, kc., for lunch this forenoon at
Torck's, "Our House."
INTERNAL REVENUE STAMPS of all denomina?
tions, also PROPRIETARY STAMPS, a full assort?
ment always kept on hand, and for sale by
HUGER k RAVEN EL,
No. 66 East Bay,
Jnly 10 Opposite Courier Office.
FINK WHITE: SHIHTS.-TI1E CELE?
BRATED ST'B SHIRTS, tn all sizes, ready
made or made to order, at
Gent'emen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-etreet. opposite tbe Harket.
FANCY 8TRIPKDPKHCALE SHIRTS
of the beet quality and tn assorted patterns, a*
Gentlemen's Famishing Store,
Meeting-street opposite the M ar ?et,
INDIA G A CZ fr; SHIRTS. PnUJl 34 TU
44 inches, at SCOTT'S
Qentlemen's Furniahing Store,
Af eetina-street, opposite the Market.
LISLE THREAD SHIRTS, WITH LONG
and short Sleeves, in all sizes and grades, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
DRAWERS, IM Ll* KN AND JEANS,
in all s'zei, and warranted to flt, at
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Moeflog-etreet, opposite th- Market.
f \ ENTLBMACN'S LINK? KSD PArKR
\JT COLLARS-a specialty. The beat stock, m
price, style, quality or quantity. The following
styles constantly on band, viz: Broadway, Vander?
bilt. Best, Jockey, Snow Flake, Boz, Shakespeare,
Dickens, Boston facht Club. At
?, Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
GRAY'S PATENT MOULDED ORIENT
COLLAS; also the latest style Paper Collar,
called the XKYSTOME, manufactured by the Key.
stone Collar Company. At
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
_Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
LINEN AND PAPER CUFFS, IN ALL
styles and sizes. At
Gentlemen's Famishing Store,
_Meeting-street, opp, site the Market
HOSIERY-ENGLISH ANO GERMAN
HALF HOSE, in Cotton and Lisle Thread.
Gentlemen's Furniahing Store,
_Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
NECKTIES AND C ti AVA? 8.-A FULL
Une of the latest styles of NECKTIES, CRA?
VATS, SCAB F'S and BOWS, soring Stocks and Na?
poleon Ties. At SCOT I'S
Gentlemen's Famishing Store,
_Meeting-street, opposite the Market
HANDKERCHIEFS, IN LINEN ANO
SILK, ready hemmel for immediate use. At
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street opposite the Market.
UMBRELLAS. IN COTTON, SCOTCH
Gingham, Alpaca and Silk all sizes and prices.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
Meeting-street, opposite the Market.
- Joly 8 nae 8m oe
THE "BADEN" PAPES
COLLAR dt CUFFS
THOS. H. BLACKWELL.
No. 219 KINO- S T R E E 1 ,
OTT? DOOB BELOW MARKET.
"P. P. D. " TIES, 80ABF3,
PATENT PANTALOON GLOVES, HOSIERY and
DRAWER3. . UN DEB WE AB.
June 10 wfm Imo
JJ II OTU G II AP II COLORING.
BEESONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care and taste can have their orders
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each case be
given aa to tbs style of coloring preferred.
April 22 t 3mos*
JJrugi, (fcljemicols, (Cir.
p lt E S II DRUGS.
G KI BI AULT! df CO.'S PREPARATIONS I
IODIZED 8YB?P OF HORSE KADISH
VEGETABLE 0APS?LES OF MATICO
SYBUP OP HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIME
AU fresh from Paris, and for sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
May 6 No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
jpO R THE HAIR.
PHALO?T3 CHEMICAL riA1BINYIGOBATOB
AYEB*8 HAIR VIGOR
MON iGO MERVS HAIR BESTOBEB
HALL'S SICILIAN HALB BENEWEB
CHEVALIEB'S LIFE FOB THE H ALB
C HALF ANT'S COCOA CBEAM
EXCELSIOR HAIB TONIC
BATCHELOB'S HAIB DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
HAMBLETON'S HAIR STAIN
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE
BAY BUM, &c., &c.
For sale by Dr. H. BA ER,
May 8 No. 131 MEETLNG-STBEET.
EATH TO WORMSl
FLEMING'S WOBM CONFECTIONS,
The Best In Use.
They sre made of "Santonlne," and contain no
injurious dm g.
Bead wbat one of tbe most distinguished physi?
cians of Richer ona. Va., says about the Lozenges :
I have long used vantonine, tbe active principle of
European Woim-^eed, ss in effectual r<medv for
Worms in chli 'ten. Mr. Wa>ner L. Fleming pre?
pares a Lozenge composed of It, wbicb ie a veiy
pleasant snd palatable f rm in which to administer
"i to children, and which may be relied oo a" prop?
erly prepared. 0. E. MANSON, M. D.
For sale by
DR. H. BAFR, Wholesale Acent,
June ?I No. 131 Meeiinc-street.
?\ O L O G N K ,
sflPEBTOR TO THE BEST IMPORTED CO?
LOGNE WATER, manufactured and sold wholesale
and retail b- Dr. H. B \KR,
June 21 No. 131 Meeting street.
|n} ?Uefa, (Ett.
NEW IDK/IT QOOZDS STOBE.
No. 228 KING-STREET,
EAST SIDE, AND FOUR DOORS ABOVE MARKET-STREET.
THE f UBSCBIBEB, HATING WTTBDBAWN TOO If THE FIBM AO LONG KNOWN ARTHAT OP UF.
PEBHABDr k CAMPaEN, hai opened a DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT on his own account, at the
above well known stand.
The undentfrned, having been for maur years connectes with the Drv Goods Business in this city, ls
thoroughly acquainted with the wasts of this communitv. He has just purchased in New york, and
now. ffers to the public, the PBE8HK8T R?OOK, 8UITABLE TO THI? MAUSET, and one of the best thst
bas ?ter been offered. He wm make bia prices very re aonable, and thereby nopes to retain and icceive
that full abare of custom to which hs considers himself entitled at the hands of bis friends and the public.
july 15 fm wi mo
Q.V ARDUI MUTUAL
LIFE IN8UBANCB OOMPANll
NEW TO BK.
Organis?e! In 1830,
ALL POLICES NO N- F O r.FE I FABLE.
HALF LOAN TAKEN. NO NOTES ESQUIRED.
L VST CASH DIVIDEND 60 (FIFTY) FEB CENT.
Police? in force.$2?,000,0X)
As?ete. 1,500, COO
Annual Income. 800,000
Loases Paid. 600,000
w. H. PECKHAM, President,
H. Y. G AH AG AN, Secretary.
L. MCADAM, Actuary.
G. A. FUD I CK AR, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New Yaric.
Hon. JAMBS HARPER, Firm of Harper A Bros., ex
Mayor New Fork.
JOHN J. CHINK, President Bank Republic.
Wa, T. HOOKE?. Wall-atreet.
WM. M. YERMO, YT, Banker (Verm i lye A Ca)
OHAS G. BOOXWOOD, Cashier Newark Bankin j Com?
Hon. Ono HOI Orones, ex-Mayor of New Torie.
MnroT 0. MOBO AIT, Banker.
THOMAS BIONBT, Firm Thomas Bigney k Co.
Btw;. B.rHKBVAX, Treasurer New York Steam Sn?
gar Benning Company.
AARON ARNOLD, Firm Of Arnold, Constable k Co.
BIOHABD H. Bowira, Wetmore k Bowne, Lawyers.
K. Y. BA?OKWO?T, Firm E. V. Hanghwont k Co.
Wac. WILXKNS, Firm of W. Wilkeaa k Co.
Julius H. PB ATT, Merchant.
WM. W. WRIGHT, Merchant.
CHAS J. (STARS, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLKJT, Merchant
GEO. W. CUTLEB, Banker, Palmyra, N. T.
GEO. T. Hors, President Continental Fire Insur?
JOHN G. SHERWOOD, Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Fith Avenue and
ELWARP H. WSIOHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KI KM,
OENEBAL AGENT FOB 800TH CAROLINA.
Dr. T. BEENSTJEBNA, Examining Physician.
OENEBAL AGENI FOB CHARLESTON.
I*mee No. a65 King-street,
January H ly_CH A RLESToy, a. o.
MUTUAL FIRE AND LIFE
HAVING FOLLY ORGANIZED OUB COMPANY
on a sure and permanent basis, an : baring the
Comptroller's authority, we present to the Southern
People what we bi Here to be one of the sal eat and best
Life Insurance Compaules ever established In the
Southern Country. The Home Office ia in Macon.
Georgia, where every dollar Invested will remain in
our mid at. 1 he galaxy of names, given as directors
and referees, is a sufficient eua ran tee of itself of the
fidelity with whloh this institution will be managed.
The capital ls sufficient to meet all losses in every
contingency. We earnettly appeal to our citizens
everywhere to build up with us thia structure for
the benefit of our loved ones, our homes, and our
Hundreds of thousands ol dollar? ara yearly ab?
stracted from the pockets of our people, and carried
to foreign parts to enrich strangers who bare but
little sympathy for us.
Can we not learn wisdom and use our means to
ec rich ou-selves and beautify our homes?
We will try and place, in every locality, polite and
efficient Agents to trinket tho business of the Com?
pany And we cordially Invite all desiring agencies
in this Company to call on the Officers, at the office
building, near the Pas?enger Depot, in front of the
two hotels, on Fourth-street, whore all matters of
detail will be cheerfully given.
The profits will bc entirely mutual after paying
six per cent, to the stockholders for amount of ?stock
W J LAWTON. President.
J c. MoBrBvkY, Vlee-President,
BJ LIGHTFOOT, focreUry.
BOABD OB DIRECTORS.
ASHES AYRES, F?rtil ser. Macon, Qa.
T C NI' BET. Iron Founder, Macon, Ga.
H T JOHNSON, Johnson, campbell k Co., Whole?
sale Grocers. Macon, Ga.
JACKsON DE LO ACH t', Carriage Depository, Macon,
J C MCBURNEY, Macon. Ga.
W J LAWTON, Lawton A Lawton. Macon, Ga.
DAVID T SIN GL. TON, Planter, Eatonton, Ga.
BICH A Bo HOBBS, of Cruger k Co, Bankers, Al?
DB. J AM Ha F. DOZ EM AN, Pieaident Georgia Home
Insurance Company, Columbus, Ga,
WALLACE CUMMING, Banker, savannah. Ga.
M P SIOVALU btovall at butler, Augusta, Ga.
F ADaMS, Cashier National Bank, Athens, Gs.
T M rUKLOW, Americas, via.
RB mi "NC ES.
Harris A Howell, Wilmington. N O
General Augustus Young. ? harlotte, N 0.
Wm B Writjhi, laya?lerida > U
John <! docum, Golda* oro', N <J
Wm M Lawton. Cbarlea'on, h C
James P Boyce, Preaideut .theological Institute,
Greenville, s O
B Furman D D, Newberry Courthouse, S C
JOB Durgau D 1). ->umier. H O
S T Aikln, Knoxville tenn
John ?levaob P.csident 89 ern Bank of Eufaula,
r'ufaula. Alab >ma
Thcodote *>ar ia, Prosideut 1 ouisvtlle Insurance
and Banking Company. Loumiile, Ky
Wm D Ml 1er, Lynchbu v, Va
T <1 ? Fe guson, Lyncboura, Va
D H Halo win &. o, New York
Golthw igbt. hire A .-em,,.e. Montgomery, Ala
Kx-Goveruor J G -honer Eulaula, tb
L L Warreii. lYeaideut F lia (.icy National Bank,
0 ord on. Owens A Stoke'. Abbeville, Ala
P H Pepper A Co. Mooi'e, Ala
Josiah Morris, Banker, Montgomery, Ala
Hugh Mccoll, CommiBBiouer, New orleans, La
Wood Low k LudwLr-eo, New Orleans. La
Noble k Brothers. Iron Works, Rome Ga
General A B Lawt -n, -?avannxh, Ga
General A H Colquitt Raker i'o miy, Ga
1 bomas fl Willingham, Dougherty County, Ga
Janies Callaway, Atlanta. Ga
Colonel Luther J Glenn, Atlanta, Ga
Dr T W Keen, Salisbury, N C
Major W M Bobbina, Attorney at Liw, Salisbury,
Colonel 0 F Low, Merchant I exlngton, N C
James .-lom, Kaq, Mer-haut, Greensboro*. N C
Hon E O Reade, supreme Oturt Judge, Boxboro',
Hon il S Winstead. Boxbnro', N C
13 P Williamson, Ah?rnale Grocer. Raleigh, N C
J P Dillinabam. Newhern,^.^'
Robert 'thompson, t>q, w?iolcsale Grocer, Nash?
Hon john Lrskin, Judge f" S Ccurt, Atlanta Oa.
J. G. IIULUKS. Jr.,
General Agent for -onth Carolina.
Local an i Travelling- agenta WanW m all paris of
thc .Ma'c. Liberal romm'Sficna allowed. Applica?
tions tu be madn to J G HOLME*. Tr. General
Sgcnt, No. ?J liroad-atreet, Charleston, S. C.
july 5 rac mwf
PORTBAIT AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFAC
No. 345 KING-STREET,
CH ABLE-.TON. S.O.
LOOKING GLASSE-* of all sizes fitted to Frames.
TH E STAR
SOUTHERN BEAL ESTATE ADVERTISER,
Aa aa advertising medium, offers fa?.i ties to Mer?
chants, Dru triste, Machinists, Ac, of extpndltig
their business, unsurpassed >y any Southern
Its circulation is fe?.t becoming general. Beal
Estate agents, and parties interested in the purchase
or sale of real estate wfl. find it to their advantage
to consult its colomns and advertise therein, as we
are effecting arrangements by which our pa;, er will
circulate largely among Northern eatltallsts.
Information tending to the development of our
mineral, manufacturing and sgricnltural resource*
descriptive ot climate, soil, A solicited and thank?
fully received from any section.'
Terms cash, SS a year; a copy gratis to anyone
sending six subscribers; a club . f ten, $260 each.
Rates of advertising lloeraL Address
W. J. McKEKRALL,
July 16_Marlon.. 8 C.
GOLD MEDAL FOB 1868 HAS JUST BEEN
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STIEFF FOB
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADS,
OT EB BALTIMORE. PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW TOBE
OFFICE AND WARERCOM. No. 7 N. LIBERTE*
STREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STREET,
STTEFF'S PIANO5' BAVE ALL THE LATEST
Improvement, including the Agraffe treble, lvorj
fronts, and the Improved French Acdon, lull y war?
ranted for five years, with privilege of exchanuf
within twelve months if not entirely satisfactory tc
purchaser. Second-handed Pianos and Parlor Or
gans always on hand from $50 to $300.
RITXBEEfl WHO HAVE OCB PIANOS XS CSE:
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Rinso no, Wilmington, N. 0.
General D. H. Bill, Charlotte, N. C.
Governor John Le tc ber, Lexington, Va.
Messrs. R. Barwell A Sons, Charlotte, N. 0,, Fe?
O. B. Riddler., Female College, Elttrell'a Spring?,
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Max S tra lc ouch, Italian Opera.
Messrs. Pier BOO A Sons, Sumter, S. 0.
Charles Spencer, Charleston. (*. C.
Send fora circular. Terms liberal.
Ulmes, ftqwrs? (Cte.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO AN?
NOUNCE that they have been appointed by M es'rs.
HENRY H. HANNIS A CO- of PbllAdelpbia, their
sole Agents for the State of South Carolina for the
sale of their celebrated ACME, X. XX, XXX, XXXX,
N KCl AB, CABINE I and other brands OLD BYE
They aiso wish to announce that they will be in
constant receipt of their COPPEB DIsTILLED
MOUNTAIN PURE BYE WHISKIES, direct from
Distillery at Hannaville, Berkeley County, West
Liberal contracts will be made for large lots of
new Whiskies in bond at Distillery Warehouse.
OLAOIOS A WITTE,
No. 86 East Bay street,
June 16 wfmSmos Charleston, S. C.
A BI ES A. MILLER'S
CHICKEN COCK WHISKEY.
We are Agents of the above celebrated and well
known brand of JAMES JR MILLER'S CHICKEN
CO''K OLD BUCTRBON WHI^KF.T. which is the
tiNUINE ARI I?LB, and offer it to the trade, war?
ranting lt to ?ive nntiro Fatisiactlon. It ls manufac?
tured, copper distilled, of the best grain and pure
qualities-improves bv age, especially in the South?
A large stock constantly on hand, of different ages
and prices; cooperase of the most superior.
For sale In lots to suit purchaser?, by
COBB, DO L HON DE A CO..
-ole Agents for the South,
No. 37 Natchez-street New Orleans.
Or HENRY COBLA A CO.,
Sub-agents, Charleston. 8.0.
June 16 Imo
XE CU Tl VE DEPARTMENT.
THE FOLLOWING CIRCULAR HAS BEEN IS?
SUED to the Sheriff* of the various Counties
throughout the St itr:
LAUD COMHISSIONEB'S ^FFICB, I
COLUMBIA, H. ti.Joly 14, 1E69 J
To the Sheriff of . County:
* IB-You are her-by requ sted to report to this
office all lands in your County purchased by the
State at Tax Sales, date of purchase, by whom --ccu
pied, under whit au hority the party bold * posses?
sion, whether under cult>vsticn or not, and what
disposition sLoutd be mads of all such lands to ec
eura the greatest b neflt to the ?tie. A mil and
early report, together with your re?Jmmen lation
and suggestions and a statement of your expenses
incurred, will oblige
Very respectfully, C. P. LE-LIE.
July 14 6 T ar d Commissioner.
g D W A lt 1) DALY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. S2 Warren-street,
A'jfW YO UK.
PERSONAL ATTENTION UIVEN TO THE PCR
CH\SE of all kinds ot Ml Ui'H NI.'ISB Boots
sanes. Bats, Ca s md Trunks ?' d Straw Good* ?
Consignments of all kinds ot Staple Articles ano
general Procure solicited.
Prompt returns trua-anteed.
_ EDWABD DALY,
-ate of Charleston. 8. 0.
rai-Weekly ?>r!oe Currents sent tree by post.
January 28 nae ?mos
Content? of a Grocery Store.
GEO, W. S PH FENS
Wflt sen THU DAT, the 16m tenant, st 10
o'clock, st toe well known Grocery Store, north?
esst corner Klug and Trodd streets.
The CONTLNTN of sala Store, onsistinr of s
wea selected stock of G. onEHfE^. < IQUoBS, &?.,
fcc, with the unexpired term of Lesse.
Thc shore cm be treated for privste'y previous/
to da of sale.
Terms caan. stuthf* Joly 1?
Boote, Shoes, Hate, Clothing, ic.
BY MILES DH AK E.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock. I will sell, at mr
etore, corner of King and Line rey e tree ti
F ' FT? C ASES BOO rx AND SHOES,
coN-18-rrnQ ow :
0A&E9 MEN''* KID AND CALF CONGRKSS OALBT
AND BUP F OXTORD TIES, Brogans. Ba'arP
raia, Malatoffs, Ac.
Ladles' "ergo ?nd Morocco Congress and Bsimoralsv
Bosklcs an<*.Tie?, Women's Gnat and Enamelled
, Bootees, and a fine assortment of Misses' andi
? Children's hboes s?
20 cases, 120 dozen, Men's and Soys Felt and Woof
20 dozen Men's, Boys and Children's straw Hats. _
ALSO, . " .
LINEN, CA8-IMEBE AND JEAN COATS, PANTS"
AND VESTS. _Jory 16 r
Furniture-Regular Tri- Weekly Sale House?
hold Requisites, Groceries, ??c.
KNOX. DALT & CO.,
BO'ISO Meeting street,
Will sell THIS DAT, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
BEDSTEADS, WABDKOBkS, SaOBSTAaUgeV
Chairs, lab es, Black Walnut Extension Tining Tab?
bie, Moss arni Curl-d H ur Mattresses, Chamber
Sets, and a large varlet? of ^und les.
LAGER BEEB, in cases; Smoked Meats, kc. K
Conditions casli._Joly 16
Household Furniture, Centre Tablee. Leung rtt
Meat Safes, Carpenter's Tools, te.
WM. McKAY, Auctioneer,
Will fell THIS DAY (Friday) 16th iosiant, at his
f toro, No. 136 Meetin.'-nreet, at 10 o'clock. '
Ten (10) STO< K BARRELS, ?0 gallons each, Ream?
Wrapping P ? per, Brushes, Biackinr, Atc
Bale on Monday of Variety Goods. July lg
Valuable Real Estate at Auction. c
W. Y. LEITCH * H. 8. BBUN8,
By virtue of an order of sa'e to me directed, by thar
Bon. GeoraeS. ( ryan. Judge of the United gutes
District Court for tne Dla ri ct of -onto Carolina, X
will offer for ade at public ano rion, at the 014
Postofflce, foot or Broad-street, on I?URSDAY?
July 22d, at ll o'clock A.M., ,. . ?
All that PLANTATION OB Ta ACT OF LAND, on
the Wando Elver, a boa yoi ne mlle* from Ch? sass fney,
known as Woodville, containing four hundred aeres?
more or less.
AU that PLANTATION OB IB40? OF LAND*,
known aa the Derby Tract, M tua ted in the rear of
the Four Mlle Borne, on the plank road, contamina,
forty-lour acres of high lani and eight acres of
marshland, more or lesa. ,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the BuMldai, aird;
a tod ou the west side of Mechanic-street, UL the Vil?
lage of Rik rsville, measurlna and containing ootha
front and bick linea each ninety feet by three hun-r
dred feet in depth.
ALSO, ' ,
All that LOT OF LAND, with the Buildings there?
on, situate at the corner of the Main Bo*d and DivtV
sion--treet. in the Village of Blker?slHc me?niling
and containing In front on Division-street ninety
leet, and in depth-feet; butuag and bounding. .
east on Main Bead, west on Northeastern Railroad
track, south on Division street, and west on lande of
AU those TWO LOTS, known aa Lot B and Lot Cv
in the plan of the village 'of PfkemiQe, made, bx
John L. Branch. Lot B containing about ons ana
one-quarter acres, and Lot O oontauiing snout tweet?
ty-one acres of mann land, as will appear by refer*
en co had to said plat .,
AU that PLANTATION OB TRACr OF LIND, op?
posite the Quarter House! on the plank road, about
five miles from Charleston, containing one hundred
and six (ic6j acree, more or less.
TWELVE LOTS in the i own of Raven el, situate
on the Charleston and Savannah Railroad, about
fifteen miles from Charleston, Iron ting on Meltord*
e treet, and measuring on Slid f ont i lae two huh,
d red and ten feet each, and containing from four tot
seven acres each, as may be seen by the plat of said
Village. , . t
Terms-One-third cash; balance In two equal
successive annual instalments, secured bv bond of
purchaser and mortgage of the premises. Building?
to be insured and tolley assigned. Purchasers to.
pay lor papers and s tam pe.
LOUTS MoLAUL .
Assignee lori). Biker. -
?-To WHOM rr MAT CONCEBS.- The lien credi?
tors of D. HIKER, Bankrupt, are tureby notified
that pursuant to an-order of Coori, dated Marea
26th, 1869, they are required to prove and establish,
their liens, before J. C. CARPEN I EB, Esq., Heg?v
(rar, on or before July 1st. 1869, or else be debarred,
from any benefit arising from the decree to be made?
in this case. LOUTS MOLAIW,
July 14. wfm3 ratha Assigne? D. Biker.
ASSIGNE) K'S SALK
Of Real Estate of Josiah J Brabham, Bank?
rupt, hy the Decree of the Court tn Bank?
ruptcy, in the case of Frederick J. Smith,
Assign?e, vs. Charles H Rice, C. C Rusk
and wife, and George Grims.
Will be sold on the first MOND A Y In August next
at the Courthouse, m BarnweU County,,
The foUowing valuable BEAL ESTATE.
First. A TBsCT OF LAND in the County or Barn?
well, in the State of South Carotina, situated on tho
waters ot the Great ralkehaichie consisting of 224".
acres, more or less; bounded north and east by
lands of W. B. B*cr and H. B. Bice weat by land?
of J. M. Williams, and south by lands ot W. B. Bice.
Tero;?-One-half 0 st ; balance on a' credit of
twelve months, secured by bond ot the purcbiaer.
with interest from day of sale aud mortgage of th?
premises. Purchasers to pay for papers and stamps.
FREDERICK J. SMITH,
Assignee of J. J. Brabham.
NOTICE ia hereby given, under the order of Court?
made in tho above stated case, to all persons hold?
ing liens upon the above described UH? EVtate to
prove the same before J. 0. CARPENTER, Esq,
Registrar in Bankruptcy, in Charleston, on or before
the first di.y of August trat or be debarred from alf
participation in the dlsiribadon of ihe net proceeds
of the sale thereof. FR EDE RI K J. ?M 11'H,
A ss'guee J. J Brabham.
?3? Barnwell Sentinel will please copy.
July 18 _f?
By virtue of an order of the Hon. R. B- Carpenter.
Judge of the First Circuit, I will expose at punda
auction on THURSDAY, the 22d day of July in?
stant at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Northeastern
Bo Uro id Wharf,
Ihe Steamer IDEA, attached and to be Mid aa the?
property ot CHARLES WILLEY, under an attach?
ment, in the case of Albert O. Stone vs. Charles^
Terms cash. F. W. M. MACKEY,
July 16 fmtbS 8. C. O.
rj OL'Til CAIIULINA UA1LUOAJJ.
OENEBAL SUPERINTENDENT',* OFFIOB, I
CBABUCSTOM. S, O.. April 9. 'HW. f
ON AND AFT EB SUI'DAY, AfblL 11TH, TH?
PAtsKLr-'GEB IR A I "ir. oi the "*outb narolua BaaV
road will run as foUows :
FOB AUGUSTA. mm..
Leave Charleston.8.30 ?- _ .
Arrive at augusta. 4.46 P. AT.
Co'ineeting with trains for Mont omarv, Memphis.
Nashville and New urican-, vis Montgomery and.
Leave Charienton.8.30 A. M.
irr ve a? Colnmlna.8.10 P. M.
ConncctinR with Wilmington and Manchester Ball?
road, mr Camden train
K?lt OB ABLESTON.
Leave Augusta.9.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.a. 10 P. M.
Leave Columbia.7 46 A. M.
Arrive at Chsrleston.f.10 P. kt,
A CUESTA NIGHT EXPRES*
Leave CbaxiestoD.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. M.
Connecting with trams lox Memphis, Nashville
and Hew crions, 7? ?rand Junction.
Arrive at Charleston.tOO A. hi.
COLUMBIA NIGHT i- S PU ESS,
Leave Charleston.(.?6 P. M.
arrive at Columbia.1.46 A. M.
Connecting mundays excepted1 with Green* He ana
Leave Colombia.5.6J P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.9C A. M.
Si MMERVILLH I KAIN.
Leave Charleston.P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. *.'0 .?. M.
Leave Summerville.7.1 A- Af?
irrt re at Charleston.*.* A. af
CAMDEN H H * Ni H.
Camden and ''olumblt Paeseuoor Trans on Mos.
DATS, WE' NE8DAYS add SATUBDAT8. connect? with
upanddo*o Day Pasj'Dgers ? tiiogviile.
Lia Te Cam len..?.0.X A. kt.
Artl'e at Columbia.IL'* A. M.
Leave Columbia.?....3 ??' P.M.
arrive ut Camden.7.06 F. M.
Slsnedi B. T. PEAKE,
April 10 General bup i-rm tendent.