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PUBLISHED BVhltY WEUNKSHAV. AT BEAUFORT SOUTH CAROLINA X Independent in Politics. tkkmsT ' v ?/ (Vtii Ti'?r, . . . 4, ' ?1 no Six AtoutliH, . | . 1 OO . AUVKKTISINfi KATKR; VerSqunre, (Imt Insertion . . . SI 50 r Hi|t>ure. seronct insert Ion. . 1 OO Soeclnl contract* made with yearly advertiser*. AUdreoa all communication* to % TnH TRIBDXE BEAUFORT. S.O. t ' . " TTIK FIGHT FOR TIIK HIOTIT. Since onr last issue affairs'in Columbia bavc'takcn (in extraordinary ttirn,'fnnd a recital of the eve nts is enough to nstonish the most stolid "nature. On Wednesday last.the Supreme Court Jissucd an order to theJStntc', Hoard "of Canvassers commanding them to certify to the election of the members of the legislature as appeared from the^fiiee of the returns, leaving the judicial functions pertaining to the status of the individuals appearing so chosen to the legislative body. The order also called on the Board to show cause why they should not revise the aggregations vote for Presidential electors by comparing them with the precinct returns also in their possession. By a sad deo stroke the Canvassers Board cut their way out of the legal net by issuing rrrli 11wu's to the Siayes e'eoi r- and the Republican mr aers of the h-gi 'h: lire, throw 1 i<g out the v.ile of Ldu? field and Laurens counties on ttic ground of fraud and in? limidation. The Board then adjourned without day, pleading that by the law they must decide within a period which expired on that day. The throwing out of these two Democratic counties would give the State and the Legislature, which catriA a United States Scnatorship with it to the Republicans and defeats the two members of the State ticket that, were elected according to the count submitted to the Supremo Court. Of cour.-e this sudden move created great excitement and disconcerted the Democracy who were not prepured for such a wholesale grab by the Board. On Friday the Supreme Court took the matter up and in the morning issued a rule to the canvassers and their counsel, Corbin, to show cause why they should not be attached lor contempt in violating the court's order of the 17ih inst, and issuing certificates in defiance of the court. In the afternoon the court room was crowded and Corbin put in answers for the Board, but the answers w ere not satisfactory and the court was inclined to commit the whole lot, but I hey were given till Saturday morning to make make their final anawers. On Saturday the Court took up the cases against the board for contempt and unci ingumum fccnicuccu cacn ana every no of the members to a fine of $1,500 and to be imprisoned in the county jail until the further order of the court. Air. Corbin's case ns attorney for the hoard was then taken up but at his request was postponed till Monday. The court in ilie afternoon took an nrdi r under advisincnt requiring the hoard of canvassers to make comparisons of the returns of the county canvass rsand the returns of precinct m inpgir- in cases of Presidential ?lectors but came to no decision. The court declined to issue an order giving certificates to members of the Legislature from EdgcCe'd andJLaurens counties, rclustd by the board, hut said that such members could obtain a copy of the record from the clerk of the court, which would be equivalent to a certificate. 7 he live members of the state hoard, Cardozo, Duon, Stone, Hayne and Purvis were then locked up ia jail to await events on Monday. On Monday Mr. Corhin appliul to Judge Bond of the United States Court fi??* Q v* ri fr fif LWw.io fri.l/ A % hoard who had rciiiaim d quietly in jui' irt er buaday living like piinces rather lliau jailbirds. The prisoners were produced but their counsel .asked ior time which was granted and in the meantime the board were to be in cburgc of the U 8. Marshal. Mr. Corbin's case was called but no decision wasmidein his case which was also deferred. There whs gieat excitement in the cily over the aclicn of Judge Bond an ! trouble was feared, but Gen. Hampton preserved order on the part of the Democrats and nothing occar red to disturb the peace. In the evening it was discovered tint the Stite House had b.'in tilled with U. 8. soldiers tind the plan of the republicans was plain hs to the course they meant to pursue. 1 lie following p -o.est was telegraphed 4 "d-?jj.-i j iu inc riRiucui uu mommy wuen H wns found that Chamberlain I.ail asktd for nioic troops. The diapaich vns signed by Gen. Hampton. Senators Gordon and Johnson and ninny otners. ' We have no objection* to the presence of tl e troops, and will cr>-~?jierate with them in preserving ihe*per,ce; tiut wc do protest against the use of the United Htates array in controlling the organization of the Legislature and in enforcing the inauguration of Governor Chamberlain, who hns been defeated by tiic white and colored voters at the ballot-box. '* There ia not tho remotest <l?mger of a diaturbanoe of the pence by Democrat-'. I If it occurs ii will lie at the instigation j of Governor CImmbcrlain, whose paitisans have taken the only lives lost. Not tone drop of blood has b?en shed in any ' political disturbance except by Republi! cans. ! "It is literally true that the Democrats j received their greatest majorities in the Counties where the United States soldiers were stationed. What pretence, therefore, is there for Governor Chamberlain's demand for troops to keep the peace ? VS c refer for the confirmation ofthesi statements to the commanders of the United States forces at this place and elsewhere j in the State." -- - s---nw I On MondllV lust in the Snnpi.mo Sr. Columbia ttio chief Juslics referred to h tcurrillous article in the Union Herald "a ! paper," he said, with a grain of satire I "withsut ostensible editor or proprietor,'' and which lie thought should not be allowed to pass unnoticed: Justice WilI an I said "this article is cf that elas< called scurrillons, tliat does not present any substantial charge that any honorable man is bound to notice, and is regarded | universally as the emanation of a low and | sordid mind. It is an article of that I class that docs not find place in any of the respectable or rcsp insib'.e journals of the country. We do not know who is rcspon ible for this article, but we propose taking actiou to find the proper parities and bring th< 111 before the bar of : this court, at the proper time. An order will, therefore, be entered by the court retelling it to counsel to submit an order to the court with the view of bringing the proper parties before the liar of this court,that they may be dealt with as the cusc demand* " SOME SETTLED rOINTS. After all this is a government of law. DaVbV dftV. disCII?<ii<n clmn-o ? . . . , ...w.t ? I ly what the law requires, and, it we exj oept * few hot-headed partisans, <lie peo] pic manifest a determination to abide by | the law and sustain its enforcement Discussion lias settled ccrtuin points already. The Constitution leaves to each State the duty of ascertaining the will of its people in the choice of a President, and guarding the election and the counting of the voles by eucli precautions anj forms as flic State may deem best. If a state is in such condition, through rebellion or d >nv stic violence that it cannot participate in a choice ol Piasiclcnt, as was tiuo of some State, duiing and nficr tlic war, the Consttution makes ro specific provision, becau c it presumes that nei her House of Congress nor the Vice-President will recognize ns a State that which is not a State. But if a State exists, si organized as t i be entitled t? v >tc at all, th ? Con tit u> i- n loaves to that State t he mode of ascertain ing the will of P.s elector3. When the electors meet, on the daj- fix ed by law, their first duty is to verify their powers?to ascertain that they are the persons lav fully elected. If by error, fraud, or disregard of law, a certificate has been given to a p rson not duly elected, the other ilcctois will know the fact, and act upon it. VV hen the Ci itific ttcs have been received land are opened" by the President of the j senate, the Constitution requires both Houses or Congress to be present. Hut it docs uot ch arly make the presence of both necessary to tl.e validity of the election. It does not empower either House to do auytliing except be presentThe language of Kent, on this point, i> entitled to weight scarcely less than a decision of the highest legal authorityHe says: "I presume, in the ubscnceofall legislative provision on the subject, that the President of the Senate counts the votes an?l declares the result, and that the two Ilouscas arc present only as spectator* to witness th? fairness and accuracy of the transaction, and to act only if no choice Uc made by the electors." This view is sustained by the example of those who framed the Constitution. The words of Kent recognise that "legislative provision" might he made, by joint resolution, or otherwise, prescribing other modes, but none exist; the 22d Joint Rule ha* been repealed; and the matter stands precisely as it did when the opinion of Kent was cjpressed. According to that opinion, can it !jr supposed that either House can nullify an election by the people by mere refusal to attend and witucssthc counting} If this view is correct, the House has no power whatever to nullify an election by seceding from that joint convention, or by refusing to attend. TUo Constitution imposes a duty upon th* President of the Senate, the Senate, und the House, ami 11 euner should refuse to perform the duiy thus imposed, it would not defeat the will of the people. It would still be the duty of the Presidunt of the Senate to open the certificates. It would still be the du'y of the Senate to attend, "witnessing the fairness and uccuracy of the transact ion." No formal declaration by the two Houses is required by the Constitution, which tays, simply that the portion having a majority of all the votes "shall l?e President." When once the votes have been counted, at the prescribed time and by the proper official, nothing but revolutionary violence can prevent the inangnration of I he person who receives a majority of the votes.?N. T. 1 Tribune. T1IE STATE. Th? opening of the State fair has been postponed until the 5th of December. Gen. Hampton declines to receive as a present his old home, winch was to he purchased for that purpose by the Indies of tl* Slate. There seems to be a mutual non-admiration society 111 South Carolina. Tiie ! board of canvassers hold tbo Supreme Couit in contempt, and the court and ail ( honest men hold the board in supreme i contempt. i The Sumter Democratic elub have j passed resolutions pledging themselves ( not, to lend tln-ir aid or patronage to the i Republican party by going their surety ' on the oflicial bond of any of their can- ( didates lately elected. ] Isaac and Jim Wallace, two brothers, vwuMcti, nving mi me ?my p aniation, about nine miles below Barnwci1, got into t\ dispute atmut some land rent on ^ Tuesday morning lnnt, when Jim seised j ? market ar.d'siiot Isaac, killing him instantly, and then fled. The trouble grew out of Isaac making way with all the ^ cotton which Jim claimed for rent. Putting the sudden movement of the t I South Carolina board of canvassers in 1 ! the best light, it is manifestly nnd liter- s I ally a dodge, and, being so, it is exactly the sort of thing which the great majority of men of all parties will concur in reprobating. Qjii. Hampton, in his dignified and temperate address to the people, expresses confidence that the trick cannot serve the purpose ?f those who have executed it. Certainly such a proceeding ought not to have even a temporary and prima facie validity.?N. Y. Journal of Commerce. A shooting affair in Hlackville last Sat urday resulted in n; killed and two wounded. William Newton, colored, made sonic Insulting remarks about the ! iithcrofE. J. Peacock, who, hearing of j it, attacked Newton. In the melee New- I ton was shot and killed. Ilia brother John Newton, then fired upon the two I Peacock brothers, unit woiin.led mm "t i | them. Oilier shots were then tired hy I I both whites ami ingroes. About ten i l^hnts were tired in all, ami one white, J. < A. I'eacock, and a colored boy were i wounded,each in the arm. I . Robert McEvoy, who so cruelly inur- 1 den d Major J. J. Gregg, at Granite ville, ! la t spring, and who was undci sentence i of death, escaped lrorn the Aiken j <>1 l ist i ihursdny. Some time alter midnight I McEvoy succeeded i.i cutting through j I the roof of I.is cell and gaining a win- < dow in the gable end, from which he let s himself to the ground l?y means of his J blankets, t hi< is the second attempt h? j 1 has made at.an escape. He :s a one-legged man, and has other < marks by which he can easily be dulcet-j cd. Information from Aiken states that > he is pr ibahly making his way to Gcor-j ( j sjia, and the officers, as well as people,!' j shoui 1 lie on the lookout for him, as a< I reward will no doubt be tffiid 1". r his canture !1 ' Adam Johns >n, the murderci of Ilausenian and Parkinson was captured lust J Wednesday by a posse under the com ... mi.i . j i. ?v. ivccnnn, ne.nr Williston, |1 twenty miles from Aiken. Finding himself surrounded in .in .op# house, lie sur- i rendered nnd was brought to Aiken and l lodged in jail thus nmking the sixth now . in jail. Johnson impiicitcs John Ilenry Dennis one of his co-murdeicrs in the . (Houseman affair in the Parkinson robi t>en. He also fastens upon Dennis the j guilt of an outrage committed upon old I Mrs. Parkinson the night of the robbery of her house. Everybody in Columbia seems to g i i armed and on Wednesday evening last t lire e persons were wounded in that city by pistol shots, and one stabbed. Mr. >,| Dent, son of the Sheriff was shot and J i probably fata'ly wounded by John II. i Cochran, the senator from Anderson. Tintwo men were standing at the har of Fine's saloon, when some dispute arose, which resulted in tho lie being passed. Mr Dent struck Mr. Cochran in the face nnd both men immediately backed and drew their pistols. Some one snatched Mr. ' Dent's pistol awav Vr _ Ml?l> All I'U three shots, one of illicit struck Mr. Dent in the*" arm and another in thc*atxl?mcn. The lust shot will almost certainly prove i fatal. Mr. Cochran wis arrested and ta- ' j ken to jail. THK LBOISLATUBE. The long-looked for meeting of the General Assembly took place yesterday morning. When th? members having certificates from tho Supremo court attempted to enter the house they were stopped by bayonets in the hands of U. , S. soldiers, and they were obliged to remain outside. The Repnbliejtng numh >r ing 59 organized, l?.y electing E. W. M. Mnckey speaker and A. O. Jones clerk. The Domociats retired to another building ard were joined bv two Republicans , MrReedish of Orangeburg, white, and J. W. Wcsthurv, colored of Suinter-mak/ ing their number, with the members from f Elgcflcld and Laurens, eir.ty-six; leaving out the representatives from these coun- A ties, fifty eight of the member* with ccrti- u fieates from the secretary of state leaving I the Republican house without a quorum. I The Democratir, or Constitutional house as they have earned it, then proceeded to f organize Judge Cooke administered the oath Ur the members, when Ocu Wallace was elected speaker and Mr. J. F. Sloan clerk, and J. 1). Brown of Orangeburg sergoant-at-arms. A committee was then appointed to call on the secretary of state to obtain the election returns for Governor and Lieutenant-Governor. The committee consisted of Messrs Shcppnrd, Aldrich and Orr. Hughes and Mullin, the alleged Lincoln monument robbers and body snatchr;rs, who were recently arrested, have oeon indicted at Springfield, II!., (or con spiring to steal I incoln's body and for larceny. There is said to be no doubt of their guilt. It is now alleged that their object was to bury Lincoln's remains in some secluded nlnce. nn<l to <rivt> (1mm > only on payment ofn large sum of money. They expected to receive two hundred thousand dollars for their singularly horrible undertaking. The constitutional amendments in Vir Uinia have been adopted by n large majority. They provide for bienninl sessions of the legislature and for the disfranchisement of voters for petit larceny *nd noil payWtent of their po 1 tax. It is reckoned that tlie costs of the session of the Virginia legislature will be reduced |150,000 by the amendments, and the state school funds," to which the receipts from tlie poll taxes will be transferred, is jure to be largely increased. AN KN1> TO TMKGANO. The sentence of the Younger brothers to imprisonment for life in the Minnesota date penitentiary for the robbery of the North field bank and tlie murder of the 'ash icr, i* a step toward breaking up the most dangerous gang of mfiiinu west >f the Mississippi river. The Youngers, the Colas and the Jameses hare Iwcn con:eracd in the robbery of railroad train*1 plundering of slags coaches, and the Hank burglaries almost w^hout number. Their criminal exploits have liecn of the nost daring kind, and and all readers of the ncur.-p ipcrs will remember the uiost nlicnt features of tlieir deeds. Their tiandi have heen drenched in hlood, for t*cv never hesitated to commit murder nlian it-was necessary to the carrying out ?f their intentions. The gang has been limited down from the Arkansas river to the Platte, hut none of its members weicj jauglit until they ventured into Minneso- [ ta and made their fatal raid on the North i icld bank. The heroism of tlia casliier,' who, rather than surrender tlie keys of [lie T iult, faced the pistols of the raiders ind yielded up Ins life, is we'l known. I'he pursuit of the marauders ended in [lie killing of two of them and the capture of the Youngers, who have confessed >11 trial and been sentenced to life imprisonment in .Minnesota. 'I lie remainder >f 'be gang hn\ j been hiding since that unfortunate enterprise, and ar* now probably in th -ir haunts in the farthest rceigs s of .Miss >uii or Arkansas. Entered. Nov. 2'tliXorw~fian bark Alpha, Marion master 'JO day a from Liverpool in ballast to Cftmpkcl) tt'yllie & co. (leaped From St. Helena Sovnd. Nov. 2)th,-Ur. bai ken tine RoHftmond, Davl? uaster, for Swansea, with 510 ton* of phoepbate ock from Cowsaw mine*. iSFrd. Br. bark Albert T. Young, Davis ma* let. for Lon'oil with 500 tone of pho.-pbate reck ftoiu C'oo?a\v mine*. Jllli, Br. brtgftntiuc I.lly, Davis master for Bristol England with U&t tons of phosphate rock From Pacific mines 31th, U. 8. Schooner Freddie L. Porter. Cbne?, master for Woods Hole with 500 tons of [ihosphatc rock from Pacific m tncs. BANKING HOUSE OF Win. H. Lockwood, Bay St., Beaufort, S. C. GOT.T), AND EXCHANGE ON ?PW VfifV tJatTonnnVi nnd nVtnwl/??4?? nun ivia uuiauuau am liildUCilUll 1KWGIIT AND SOLD. fSTi'ollections made ou any point in the U S. ur- Accounts received subject to cheek at night. WOOD! WOOD! # "?_/MFTY TEXTS PER CORD, AT THE AT. *- LAN 1IC Saw Mills, Beaufort. IloUUINS i.OOUIMUTON A C'O. Beaufort, N >v 1, i#JJ. Special Notice. ^TKITIIER THE CAPTAIN NOR CONSIGN * ^ ecs of tiie British Brig "Dement" will he responsible for debt* contracted by at y of thj :re\v. Rordina, Boddinoton ?t Co. Nov 1, 187t?. OEO. W. ROBERTS, I NOTARY PUBLIC, BEAUFORT, S. 0. AUCTION SALE OP Condemned Stores INSPECTED AND CONDEMNED STOriKS Will be sold AT PUIIL1C AUCTION, inder <>fTI< tnl orders from the Nuvy Department By JAMES M. CROKUT. Government Anctioneer. U hl? stores on Bay Street, In Beaufort, comracninjj on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 1876, it 2 o'clock p. m., nnd continuing each Satarday lutll tho entire stock is disposed of. 140 BARRELS FLOUR. 18 BOXES NAVY BREAD. Tho same to b? sold in small lots to salt pur hascrs. IP. M. WHITMAN, WlTCHMiKES ill JEWELER DAY STREKT.BEAUFORT, S. C.. Ilao^Mit rcccired froni the North a fine naeoi moo I of goods nt Northern Prices. WEDDING RINOS, $3.00 to $13.00, SILVER KINGS. 30c. to $1.50. BILVBR NArKIN KINGS, $3.00 to $4.00, LADIES GOLD WATCHES, $30 to $50. 8 Day & 1 Day striking Clocks, $3.50 to $8. GENTS GVl.D CUAINS, PINS, KI NG9.SLEEV BU TTONR. STUDS, WATOII CHAINS, LA VIES OOLDand PLATED JEWELRY, GOLD PENS. AC.. AC. Gents' Gold and Silver Watches. Call and examine before purchasing, and?ati*f yourself yon can save tet to twenty-live ptrccii from Charleston or Savannah prices. NEW BAKERY. The undersigned having leased tin new ovens erected l>y John Franz, ii n?w prepared ?o serve the public witl the best quality ot Bread, Cakes, Pies, Polls and every other article in his line. :y Particular attention will be glvei to Ornamental Pastry for weddings ant par4ies. |~y Shop in Jobn Franz' basement store Francisco da Silva. Richard P. Rundle, SHIPPING is* COMMISSION MERCHANT, Part Royal, S. C. Cstton. Havat Stores, Lanier, tcaoent roa tiivi NEW YORK A PORT ROYAL STEAMSHIP LINI mis?ieiiti A Doiimok, Wr?T India A Pacific. and LivEiiroct. A Galveston STEAMSHIP COMPANIES TO LIVERPOOL. H. M. STUART, M . E I DrumilHt nn<l A potliccnry BKATJI OI:T. S. C.. DEAI.r.K DRl'fiS AND CllRMICAt o P \TKNT MEDICINES. TOILET ART I i.ES, PERFUMERY. BRUSHES, c A Sue Assortment of HTATIOVKllY. Physicians Prescriptions Compounded with car UOV2S-!Pi. i FRENCII *V CO Granite Monuments, <5tc. SOB ISi'itntlMny. (Evening-Post Building.) NEW YORK. | risnii, ilfHlenH ami mtlmatritraii beseei mill contracts made with XV. >1. French, Si.iithcrn Agent, itcHiifurt, S. C. PEABODT HOUSE, CORNER or LOCUST A*n NINTII STS.. PHILADELPHIA, PA. Convenient to all places of amusement and ca lines In the city. No changes to and from th Centennial gronnds. Col. tt aison, proprietor o the IIsnrt House. Cincinnati for the past twent; years, and present proprietor, has leased the hous for a term of yea! *, and has .newly furnished 1 throughout. He will keep a strictly first clas house, and has accommodation for 3u0 guesti Terms only fS per day. Cot. Watson is a native of Virginia, and prob ably thi only Hotel Proprietor in Philadclphii from the South NOTICE! * Bolder# of Claims itenliiat Beanforl Caaatv, Far tile Team 1873-4, and 1374-4. UniC! ( OITHTT COMMISSIONERS, J llrAUFOIIT t OlIKTT- | Reaufort. 8. C., Auguat 11 1H7U. In accordance with the provisions of a Joint resolution of tho General Assembly. approve! March Jith 1S7G, entitled "A Joint Resolution au thorislng the ( onutv Commissioners of Rcaufor County to levy a Special Tax:" NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN* that all peraont holding claims against Itcaufort County, for tin fiscal years 18711-4 or 1871 5, arc required by sulci Joint Resolution to rcgistc their claims with tin < oun.y Treasurer wltlnn ninety [OJ daysfroiu anc after the flrsi day of Srptcmb"r next. < laims nol so registered in the time required will not be cnti tied to the proceeds of the lax levied under said Joint Resolution. Til OS *11. WI1KELRR. Clerk of the Hoard of Co. Com'rs. f. d. j. lawrence7 hit. m cohelh n lit Beaufoit, S. C. NOTICE. To ALL WHOM IT ?>v - Oac month from the date hereof I will a-iply to the Judge of Probate for Beaufort county for a final discharge aa executrix of tho will of 1 homaa McToer, Aukx If. McTxnt. I.xecn'rlx. Oet.ll 41. avi<:i tiiji j 4 1 CHEMICAL PAINT | Mixed, Ready for Use in \rniTF. and ^ " Oier One BniidreJ Different Colors. Made of strictly piuo prime White Lend. Zinc and Linseed Oil, cne.nicallt oostniNm, \vnrr?nt<d to last TWICE AS LONG as other rat lit. For Sale in Beaufort by I". W. StCIIKI'MH. Wholesale find Reiail Grocer. I R P DABDV J ti i i vmitt i j I WHOLK.SAI.K unit KKTAIL DEALKIl IN ' Dry Mi, . Jt CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, " ' IIATS AND CAPS, NOTIONS, &c. &c. : W. H, CALVERTTIN SMITH. DEALER IN JAPANNED PLANISHED and PLAIN TIN WAUE, Constantly on band a full Stock of ; Heating, Cooking and Box STOVES and PIPE. Particular attention given to patting on and re 1 pairing Tin Itoofa, Leader* and Gutters. Terras Cast. / Hoping for a continanncc of tlic patronage hire toforc bestowed on me, I all! warrant all woifc to be done in the mop I workmanlike manner novi5-4ti. PORT ROYAL Saw & Planing Mill BKAUFOUT, S. C. > D. C. WILSON & CO., vanuracvcnera or and deali.bp ix Yellow Piae Timber aid Lamber ami CypresM Nlilnglcs, al-so ^ Builders and Contractors Plaster, Lathes, All kinds of -loll SAWING promptly done. Flcoriip t Ceiling Beard always on fcasa m ~ Orders Tor Luirkr and Timber l y ILc rtipi promptly died. Lumber dt-livercd iu any pait of Itic Town frev of Oi&igr. Turns Cash D. C. WILSON A CO. TO JiJtJXT. 11 TWO DESIRABLE Si ORES in the bsst saent of the Stevens Iiousc. I'riec, (10. and (15. respectively Apply to W. J. Vir.nsCB. Aifeut " X . . f y Magnolia Passenger Route. ' POUT 1IO Y A T j RAII.TtOAD. g Augusta Oa. April 27tii 1"70 , TnE FOLLOWING PASSENGER SCHEDULE will bo operated on nnd after Way 1st: GOING SOUTH?TRAIN No. 1. i Leave Angusta 0.30n.m. Arrive nt Ycmnssec 12.to p. m. Leave Yemassce la.SB p. in. Arrive at Beaufort 818 p.in Arrive at Pori Royal 8.85 p. m. Arrive at Savannnh 4. .70 p. in. Arrive at Charleston 5.20 p. ni. t Arrive at Jacksonville 8. 3i?. a. m. GOING NORTH?TRAIN No. 2. Leave Jacksonville 2.10. p. m. Leave Charleston 0. ,70a. m. Leave Savnanah * 10. 00 a. ai. Leave Port Royal 10.50 a. m. Leave Beaufort 11.10 a. m. t Arrive at Yomassce 1200 a. in. 1 Leave Yemas.ieo 12S0 p. n?. Arrive at Augusta 5.10 p.m. 1 Itcnnfort Accommodation. , Leaves Port Royal nt .... 8 a. in. and 5.80 p. in. . leaven Beaufort at 8.80 a. m. and tip. m. I The only line making close connection , ruin m' Atlantic and Oulf Railrnnd at Savannah I nud from and to Jacksonville and all pointa In 1 Florida, avoiding the long, tcdioua and well known Omnibus transfer through that city. I The only line miming Thronirh Pay Coaches wlth-out c'inngo between Augusta and Savannah. p?r"Connectioiis made at Augusta with the South Carolina Itailroad for Aiken, 8. C., Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Itnilroad for all points North and East; and with the Georgia Railroad for all points Southwest, West and Northwest. t^TTasscngcrs deairing.Slecplng Car accommodations ran he supplied l>y g'ving orders to tho Rail Road nget.ts lit l'ort Ro>al or lienufort. Baggage Cheeked Through. It. O. Flbhiks, T. S. Davant. Superintendent Gouernl Passenger Agent. SHEPARD D. GILBERT. NOTAIIV Attention given to Marine 1'rounta. OF KICK In the ftva I 'del. A