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THE DAILY NEWS.
Drift On, My Baric !
Drift on, my bari; I The- sunbeams sleep,
Upon the tranquil tide; !
The lina'rios waters idly creep
And nestle tu my Bide.
The languid breeze that Ugh dy plays
Its softest, sweetest air
Upon the river, fails to ruse
One golden ripple there,
And cm my breast she is at rest,
Drift on I driit on t
Drifton. my bark 1 The day is worn,
The shadows round us close;
O'er distant hill and waving corn
The dying sunset g ows.
The sapphire tide, grown dirk at last,
Wak s with a dresinv sigh.
And ]olns the oreeze, now rising fast,
In mournful lullabv.
But still I hear a whisper near.
Drift on, drift on !
Drift on, my bark t Tho night winds chill
Sweep round; tho bitten; calls;
O'er waving corn and distant hill
The gathering darkness falls.
One pale and solitary star
Steals out a tim d light;
The ourfew-bell chimes out afar
A musical good-night 1
The day is done, we sro alono,
Drift on, drift on I
G?APBTC ACCOUNT OF THE NEW VOLCANO IN*
NXOABAGUA.-A letter has been received by the
Secretary of State from Hon. A. B. Dick?
erson, United States Minister to Nciaragua,
dated Leon, December 4, 1867, in which he
gives the following graphic picture of the now
volcano that broke om. in Nicaragua, about
eight leagues to the east of the city of Leon,
on a crowded line of volcanoes running through
the States, parallel with the Pacific coast. He
"On the morning of November 22d I went to
the new volcano for the purpose of observing it
more closely, though I had seen and heard
it very plainly every day and night from
Leon. The best view which I obtained of it
on that occasion was before daylight, from a j
mountain summit, about one mile northwest
of the fi?sue, and at right angles with it. The
main crater at the right was activaly at woik
throwing out flamee aDd half melted cinders,
through a ch cular ondoe, about sixty feet in
diameter, wh.ca was constantly filled to its
utmost capacity with the ascending masses.
"A regular oone, built np entirely by the fall?
ing cinders to the height of about two hun?
dred feet, bad already termed around the cra?
ter. The rim of the cone was wnite with heaf,
and the outside was red-hot for hali' way down,
while the remainder of its black ground-work
waa glittering with innumerable glowing
sparks, lt was puffiing quite regularly about
once a second, with a strong, constant blast,
which kept np a column of flame filled with fly?
ing cinders to the height of about five hundred
feet above the mouth of the orifice. Irr gular
explosions occurred at intervals varying from
ten to thirty minutes, increasing the force and
volume of the discharges, and seeding them
far up into the rolling clouds above.
"The cinders went up in half-fused blazing
masses from one to three feet in diameter, and
came down upon the cone barden ed, striking
with a clinking, metallic sound. After da\light
the red appearance of the cone clanged to a
blueish black. The left hand crater was s h oo tr?
ine oat ob?que discharges of flame and cin?
ders of a similar character at an angle of forty
five degrees from the other, and evidently com?
municated with it about a thousand feet below
the surface, the two crat?re being that dist ince
apart, and both discharging simultaneously.
This halt horizontal crater waa about twenty
feet iu diameter. Tho volcano was an active
and interesting sightfor sixteen days, and now,
in its repose, affords au ample and instructive
field for the geologist."
AN ENOCH ASPEN CASE-A WOMAN CLAIMED
BX TWO HUSBANDS.-The Rochester Express
has an account of a singular case that has oc?
curred iu that oity, in which one woman was
olaimed as a lawful wife by two husbands, each
of whom had been legally married to her-the
last marriage taking place when the first hus?
band was behoved to be dead. The facts ore
these : Two young men were very friendly to
each other. One of them had a wife, for whom
he cherished all of a li ving husband's i ?gards;
the other was an ardent student and experi?
menter in scientific matters, anda bachelor
having devoted himself to perfecting a scien?
tific instrument to demonstrate a formula
which he had conceived in his mind.
On the outbreak of the war, the young mar?
ried man went, into the army; and before doing
so, exacted from his friend, a. promise that in
case he was slain, and never returned, he (the
friend at home) would marry his wife and give
her a permanent home and support. With
this assurance that his wife was piovided for,
the soldier watitto the wax. ' After a while re?
port came that he was killed in battle, ard his
' wife mourned for her lost husband. He did
not retara, afc- all events, even at the end of the
war, and after a due space was given to mourn?
ing, the promise givsn to the absent and sup- j
posed to be deceased soldier was fulfilled; the
widow became the- wife of tho husband's
friend, and their joy was crowned by the birth
of a handsome child, on which tho parents
There is another incident in this BO far sim- '?
pie tale, -? hieb gives it greater interest. Soon
after the soldier marched to the South, the
student was taken sick in his forlorn dormito?
ry, and he was behoved by his kind physician
to be very near to death's door. He must have
careful and constant nursing, or must inevita?
bly die-with the longing of his sonl unful?
filled. In this emergency, the soldier's wife,
who was earning her livelihood by sowing, was
called in. She went to the lodgings of the
young man-iu .a block in the centre of the
city-and there nursed him thiough the fever,
and baok to convalescence and labor. In this
way the lady had established a claim on ber
own part to the fulfilment of the pledge given
in friendship for her husband.
Now comes the conclusion ; A short time
since the long absent soldier reappeared, ex?
plained the reason of his long absence- (tho
circumstances which detained him we have
not learned), and claimed his wife. The sec?
ond husband was loth to surrender tua wife,
who waa the mother, of his child alao, und ho
declined to give her up. The question as to
which had the best right to the woman was
submitted to a legal tribunal, and, on the last
day of 1867, the court decided that the first
marriage was binding, and tbe wife must pass
to the former husband-a decision which all
parties are understood to abide. What be?
comes of the child we have not learned: but
of course the father will have the best right to
CTJEIOUS CASES-THE SEXES IN COUBT.-Two
cases were decided in the New York Courts a
few days ago which, the Times seems to think,
will furnish a new point of departure in this
country for those affairs in which mea find
themselves in legal collision with the other
sex. We quote:
One of these was % breach of promise case,
in which a woman brought suit against a man
who, as she alleged, had also ruined her char?
acter. It is the custom of our courts and ju?
ries to aeddft cases of .this kind iu short order.
Sympathy for th? victim of ' man's wiles over?
comes the reason, the judgment, and often the
facts m the case, and as the culprit hears and
sutlers tho sentence, the plaudits of the specta?
tors and the public show the universa' approval
of the pujnshment. Nobody expects any other
verdict than guilty iu such a case. The late
trial was1 not much different from numerous
others that every reader ot court reports is
familiar with. , jibe plaintiff brought suit as
mentioned, and ruado allegations that would
ordinarily be considered conclusive by an
American jury. The defendant did not deny
his associations and intercourse with her for a
number of years, bat he attempted to show
that they were voluntary on her part; that af?
ter leaving him, she went to Uve with another
paramour, and that the present suit for dam?
ages was a blackmailing operation. For some
unaccountable reason-unaccountable in view
of innumerable previous decisions in cases
precisely similar-the jory found for tho defen?
dant, and the voluntary victim failed to get tho
$500Oso eagerly sought.
Thc other case was one in which a certain
man was claimed by a certain woman as her
husband. She brought evidence to show that
he had married her ten years ago, that he had
recognized her as his wife, and that his name
was Peterson. He admitted his name, out de?
nied the other charges. Proof was brought
that he was not the some Peterson as the
other, and on this point the testimony was
really extrsortlinary-witnesses ou one side
swearing to circumstances' that were utterly
contradictory of those sworn to by the other,
till finally there seemed no explanation ot uer
than that.it was a case of mistaken identity;
For example, he was recosnized as the. verita?
ble individual who married her in 1857 by cer?
tain marks on his person; but he showed con?
clusively that these marks did not exist on his
body till seven years after the alleged mar?
riage, when they were produced by ii surgical
operation performed in this oity. She brought
proof that he lived wiih her in one pla"e at the
time he proved he lived a thousand mues
awav from it. And sc on through this remark?
able" and complicated trial. Now, though-on:
ordinary principles as ordinarily applied, we
might suppose that the plaintiff's aberration s
and evidence would have been considered far
more than sufficient to condemn and compel
the man to accept and recognize her as ni j
wife, he was dischar? od from custody and she
deported without a husband."
-It will be a great oomfort to the swarm of
American travellers in Germany to discover
that the annoying passport system, from
which they have heretofore suffered in every
petty State, has been entirely abolished in tho
territories of the North German Confederation.
At least ono of our tiorrespondents writes us
that formal notice w is given by the Prussian
Government that thin would be done from the
b ginning of the pre sent year; and no doubt
it has been carried out. This is another of
the things that Gern:any and mankind owe to
tho battle of Sadowa.
-The first horse d nner in England has been
held. The beast wsB eighteen years old and
thirteen hands high, and after being butchered
was Berved ip to a ?elect company in a great
variety of modes of cooking. It was pro
nouned excellent food, Uno in texture, tender
in quality and unimpeachable in flavor, with
such a remarkable resemblance to beef that it
would be difficult to tell the difference bo
tween the two. It wa) farther pronounced to be
thoroughly wholesome, nutritious and satisfy
tug-which is more than can be said for some
other sorts of popal or flesh. It con also be
procured at a cheap prica, which is another
great advantage in England, the laud of dear
meat. As to the mc ral justice of eating horse,
one of the guests argued that if tho horse is
really the mend of man, eating him seemed
the most innocent 'ray of h vin g apon one's
LIVERPOOL-Per British bark Pawnee-1 bog 8 I
Cotton, 917 bales Upland Cotton, 476 oags Cot?
PAL HA AND A MARKET-Per Spanish brig Fenix
cai bales Upland Cotton, 60 bbls Koain.
BARCELONA AND A MARKET-Per Spanish brig
Leonor-354 balee Cotton, 26 bbls Rosin_Per
Spanish brig Pace-415 bales Upland Cotton.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Champion-165 bags S
I Cotton, 773 balsa Upland Cotton, 141 tierces
Rice, 4438 bushell Corn, 44 bales Domestics, 22
bales Moss, S packages Sundries.
ruc ena neg ton Cotton mamet,
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, I
CHARLESTON. Tues jay Evening, Januarv 7, 'C8. j
Prices having eorter cd to the extent of ?c. ? lb.
on the better grades ?nd ??lc "ft lb. on the lower
quail les from the hif heat point of the martot, there
was rather more inquiry on the part of buyers, and
the transactions amounted to 628 bales, say 30at 11&
91 at 12?, 46 at 13, 25 at 13?, 190 at 14, 15 at 14<?,
146 at 15, 5 at 15?, 2- at 15j;, and 56 at 15? cents.
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.12??18?
Low Middling*.14 @
WILMINGTON, Jmuary C.-TUBPENTIHE.-About
127 bbls received to-day and sold at $3 20 for soft,
and $2 for hard, per 280 Iba.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Market quiet One lot
changed hands on private terms, but no public
Roam.-Sales of 730 bbls at $2 for black. $2 12?
for strained and No 3, and $3 60 lor low No 1.
ZAS.-The marke t is lower. Sales of 70 bbls at
$1 75. 65 do at SI 85. and 40 do at $1 90 per bbl.
COTTON.-Market quiet, and the price has de?
clined. Sales of 52 balea at 12?c for Ordinary, and
I3?c for Low Midd:lng.
AUGUSTA, Janunrye.-COTTON-Declining; prices
in Liverpool and Ni w York has caused this market
to be depressed and unsettled, and prices are very
irregulAr. Middliu ? (same as New York middling)
sold to-day at about 14?, showing a decline of ? to
Xe tine? saturday. Sales amounted to 304 baleR
and receipts 427 bales.
COHN-New Whit? SI 10, Mixed SI 05al 08.
WHEAT-White Si: 70a2 85. Red S2 30a2 40.
Sew Orleans market.
NEW ORLEANS, January 2.-COTTON-1 be sales
to-day amounted to 6800 bal B. at prices showing a
further advance of .'Olly ?c. We now quote ordina?
ry at 12?al2?c; flood Ordinary 13^al3?c; Low
Middling 14?ul4?c; Middling 14?al5c; Strict Mirl
dUng 15?al5?c; ?nd Good Middlingat 15^0. Yes?
terday's eales eumiied np 21u0 bales, at figures lead?
ing to the outside lates of the previous day.
The market ope aed with a general and brisk de?
mand, but only a fl mi ted supply offering. At a later
hour, however, moro samples were opened, and not?
withstanding the nigh prices asked, tho business
summed up the amount noted above. Wo have ad?
vanced our quotations #o on the better qualities,
but a consid?rai)]'? portion of the sales showed
a still greaier i'u^irovement It was in fact bard
' to find Low Middling* at 14? cents, or Middling at
14J?. and there were i soeptional transactions above
?our outside figures. Ordinary and Good Ordinary
showed little variation from pievious rates, but still
there were sales of Strict Good Ordinary on which
we have raised the outside Agu cs for that grade ?c.
Tu ere was a general complaint of the scantiness of]
the sup ly, parti ularlv of the better qualities, and
tlii! market may be regarded as having been pretty
thoroughly ewept o'all desirablo lots on sale. The
improvement lu prioes m y be attributed partly to
the encouraging accounts I rom Liverpool and New
York, and partly to the moderate supply ana compe?
tition among buyers.
SXAXtCMXNT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand September 1st, 18C7.bales-15,256
Cleared to-day. 3,882
Stock on hand and on shipboard. 111,892
I The clearances anbzaced 1157 bales for Boston and
1725 for Havre.
I Baltimore Market,
BALTIMORE. January 4.-COTTON-With less
favorable cable adi ices to-day the market was easier;
we rut ?ort saleo of l? bales Low Middling at 15? eta;
135 bales berel. Middling*ut 16 eta per lb.
Coma-There were sale? to-day of 200 bags Rio
Bt 14? rts; 750do do on private terms. .We give the
range of prices ti follows : For Rio, ordinary 12 ?a
13? eta; fair Hall, eta; good 16?al6 eta; prime 16?
al7? cte; choice 17? cte; Laguayra 17?al8 cte;
Java 28a2t3? eta; all gold, 30 days.
: DRESSED BOOS--Supply light; worth $9a9 25 per
FLO rm-The market waa steady to-day, with sales
of 500 bbls Moo nt Vernon Extra at $12; 600 bbls
Royal York *upei at $10 50; 140 bbb Rio Grame do
at $10 90; 100 bbl- Northwest-ra Super at $8, and 50
bbls Rye Flour at $8 12? per bbl. 3 he market
closed quiet and without quotable change, though
the New York market was decidedly better to-day.
GRAIN.-Receipt* of all kinds were quite small to?
day; of Wheat233 bushel* white and 4850 bushels
red received; market steady at previous prices, with
Sales ol 350 bunni ls choice Maryland red at $2 85; 540
bushels prime d at $2 80; 1300 bushels good do at
$2 55 ; 100 bush c ommon at $2 35. No sates of white.
Corn-Offerings 1200 bushels white and 3360 bushels
> ellow; market s .?adv for white anda little armer far
yellow; we re por: sales of 3500 bushels good to prime
white at $118a l ? 0, mostly at the outside price; 1600
bushels damp dc at$lloall6; se\eral lots prime
dry yellow at $133; 3500 bushels do at $131; 360
bushels damp dc ai $119. Oate-2700 bushels offer?
ed, with sales of 440 bushels at 73c per b uanoi. Ne?
ttling reported in Rye.
MOLASSES-W<> hear of no transactions, and quote
prices nominal, dz: For Porto Rico 53a65c; Cuba 37
a48c; English Island 50a60c; New Orleans 80a90o per
PBOVISIONS- Market quiet, but prices nominally
unchanged. Wo quote, with small sales, as follows:
Bacon shoulden* lt?c, Kio Mdes 12?c, and ele r
Rib 13c, Hame 17al8o. Mess Port at $23 tja bbl. Lard
13?c, demand better. Bulk Meats-no sales; we
quo e scarce andfirm for "boulders at 9a9?c tor cur?
ed, and 10?c for clear Rib eldee.
: BIOE-Remains inactive, but without change in
prices; we quoto Caroona at 9a9?c $ 16.
bALi-With t teady good demand for Liverpool
from bands o' dealers, we quote as be lore, viz .
Fine $Sa310, aid Ground Alum 82 16o2 20 %? sack.
Turk's Island i>t 65a60 cents *$ bushel for lots from
fcUQAB-Was in quite brisk demand to-day; sales
reported were 182 boxes Cubs No. ll? at ll?c, DO
duse: 33 hhds Cuba at 12?c; 106 do do on private
terms; 63 do fdr grocery at 12? c; 60 hhds English
Island vacuum pan, understood at 14? ; 27 hbdi
fair and good grocery Porto Rico at I2?ai2?c ; 20 do
do at 12?c.
Consignees per South Carolina Railroad
716 bales Cotton, 82 bales Mdze, .1083 bags Grain,
38 bags Flour, 104 bbls Naval Stores, 8 cars Wood,
and Sundrins. To Railroad Agent, Stenhouse k Co,
West & Jones, ? W Wilhams & Co, IB E Sloan, E H
Rodgers & Co, UL Jeffers k Co, E J Wise & Co. W C
Courtney k Co. J M Caldwell k Son, J Milling, Willis
? Cliisolm, S 1. Howard, Cohen, Hauckel & Co, J N
Robson, P Weat, J H Ostendoi-ff, ? c Peronneau, J
R Brintde, Thirst on k Holmes, CourUnav k Tren
holm, E Hana;oft. J k F Dawson, J ? jp Kirkpat?
rick, W Roach Greeser, Lee, Smith & Co. L D De
?aussure, Z Di vis, ti H Walter a co, L R Coidray, A
J Salinas, Chicolm Bros, Adams, Frost & Co, Mo*'ry
& Co, W C Dulles & Co, Wardiaw & Carew, Ravenel
& Co, O Reeder, f G Goodwyn, E Lowndes, J Wiley.
W P Dowling i: Co, G E Pritchett, J C H CJausst n, H
Bischoff & Co, A Kobineon k Co, G W Steffens k co,
E H Jaokson, Orphan HpuBe.
Per steamship Manhattan, from New York-Mrs S
A Moody, J J Lucas, I Ball and wife, 0 Huntington,
F Redder, Miss Eliza Mulligan, T S Bird, W H Bird,
Mrs E C Twining, Mies Whitman, Mrs Evarta, T J
Richters, E Eaesloop, J R Heath, Mrs Ford, Miss L
J&rnea;c Marstadt, C IC-Barnes and wife, :Arihujj
Painef Q-E Childs, T Paine, G Paine; W ?mill, Mrs
Griffin and child, R Henry, and 7 steerage.
PHASIC OF TUE MOON.
First Quarter, 2d, 10 hours, 54 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 9th, 5 hours, 46 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, ICtb, ll hours, 56 minutes, looming.
.Kew Moon, 24tb, 2 hours, 10 minutes, evening.
Fort of Charleston, January S.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-left
Saturday, P M. Mdze. To Street Bros k Co, Rail?
road Agents, J ? Adger k Co, Mrs Abrahams, D A
A mme, 1 W Aim ar, C L> Ahrens & Co, H H Baden?
hop, Bollmann Bros, J TJ Boesch, Bowers k Silcox,
T M BriBtolL C D Brahe k Co, A Bischoff, H Bischoff |
k Co, J C H ClansBon, A Canale, W Carrington k Co,
H Cobia k Co, Cameron, Barkley k Co,- Claffy, R st,
A P Caldwel, L Cohen k Co, T M Cater, T D Clancy,
WH Cbafee & Co, Campbell, Knox k Co, J Com?
mins. Chisohn Bro R, W S Corwin sc Co, M Drake, J
k F Dawsou, J W Benny, Agent Steamer Dictator, D
F Fleming k Co, T P Forreston, E J H Fischer, J
Ferguson, H Gerdts k Co, W Gurney, Goodrich,
Wineman &Co, C Goldstein, Graber k Martin, Hart.
k Co, Holmes k Calder, A Illing, Jeffords k to, O H
Johnson, E H Kellers k Co, Killick, Wlckenburg k
Co, H Kia tte k co, J Kinnerty. s Lal orre, Laurey k
Alexander, P Lots, A Langer, D LUlienthal k Co, B
H McDowell k Son, McLoy & Rice, W McComb &
Co, J G Milnor k Co, McKay k Campbell, J B Mc?l
hose, S R Marshall, Muller, Nimitz & Co, J 0 Ogcr
man, J McCarthy, Ostendorff k co, D O'Neill k Son,
5 ii Oppenheim, J F O'Neill k Son, B O'Neill, L T
Potter, J Purcell, H 1 Psake, Superintendent, W F
Paddon, D Paul k Co, J Ramal, R B Rhett, Jr, C C
Bighter, W Roach, L Schnell k Co, G W Steffens k
Co, O Stackley, Southern Express Co, H Steitz, J S
Taylor & Co, J Small x Co, W Stute, Seymour k Sil?
cox, O Teidemann, J H V?llers, Werner Ai Ducker,
I Col A J Willard, Wagener, Heath & Monaees, J Rus?
sell, W J Tates, Agent, U S Sub Department, Do wie
6 Moise, Or.ier, and others.
Sehr A S Deas, from West Point Mill. 66 bbla
Rice. To Cohen, Hacckel k Co, Porcher k Henry.
Sloop Black Crook, Lom Goose Creek. 6 bales S I j
Cotton. To W C Bee k Co.
Boat from James Island. 3 bales S I Cotton. To
Boper k Stoney.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-Courte?
nay k Trenholm.
British bark Pawnee, Anker, Liverpool-R T Walker.
Spanish brig Fenix, Ensignat, Palma and a Market
P J Esnard.
SpaniBh brig Leonor, Sebastian, Barcelona and a
Market-P J Esnard.
Spanish brig Paco, Bosch, Barcelona and a Market
P J Esnard.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York. A
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, Boston.
Steamer Diotator, Coxetter, Palatka, via Jacksonville,
Fernandina, and Savannah.
From this Port.
British bark Hector, Nelson, Liverpool, Dec 18.
Vp for this Pori.
Sehr Maggie McNeill, Snow, at New Orleans, Dec 28.
Sehr Sequin, Call, at Bath, Me, Jan 1.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Magdala, Coghill, sailed.Dec 9
The Hope, Hancock, up.Dec 16
Bark C A Jones,-, up.Nov 16
The Sabina, Martin, sailed.Nov 28
The Bertha, Anderson, sailed.Oct 22
Behr Sequin, Call, up.Jan 1
Brig Josie A Devoreaux, Clark, cleared.Jan 3
Sehr Hattie Baker, Oro well, up.Jan 4
Sehr E H Furber, Cobb, cleared.Dec 24
Sehr A E Cromner, Cranmer, up..?. .Dec SI
Sehr Lilly, Francis, up.Dec 30
Sehr O E Raymond, Higgins, up.Dec 31
Sehr M B Bramhall, Hussey, cleared.Dec 30
Sehr Vapor, Bogert, cleared..Lee 14
Sehr Oharlss J Smith, Wright, up.Dec 18
' Sehr Maria Lent, Tracey, cleared.Dec 27
Sehr Maggie, Diggs, cleared.Deo 31
Sehr Maggie McNeill, Snow, up."..Dec 28
Sehr J W Hall, Powell, sailed.Dec 30
Prugs, (Cjemifols, (Cir.
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FOR ALL WHO ARE CONSUMPTIVE, OR ALE
SUSCEPTIBLE TO ANY IRRITATION OF THE
LUNGS, WHETHER THE COUGH HAS BEEN
OF LONG CONTINUANCE, OR OF RECENT
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impermeable obstructions which prevent access to
other remedies. While gradually redudug the ac?
companying constriction which attende the malady,
it reproduces the essential warmth and elastic vigor
of the respiratory vessels, which, by this remedial
combination, promotes the healingjp?ucese by which
relief and cure ie effected.
i Hemorrhages are arrested and cured, with every
other concurrent disorder.
! As neither narootio nor emetic properties of any
kind are employed in this Pulmonic Compound, and
the most ausiduoua attention given to tue quality
and medical value of each component article which
'constitute it, it is confidently and conscientiously
recommended for its salety and reliability, without
restriction in generous, wholesome* dist, or appre?
hension of renewed cold from its effects.
For sale wholesale and retail by the Proprietxsse,
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MEETING AND SOC1ET?-STREETS, and at tho
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November 12 . lyr
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msy be avoided; a ningle application will radically
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This most reliable specific, so universally adopt?
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first time in America by F. A. DCPOBT k 00.,
only aulhori2ed Agente for the United States.
Price $3 per bottle. Large bottle, double size, $c.
The usual discount to the trade. Sent, 6e
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with directions, and pamphlet, by addressing to
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Sole Agents for Dr. Bi cord's P. L.,
May 2* lyr No. 12 Gold Strut New York.
A Cough, a Cold, or a Sore Throat,
Requires immediate attention, and should be checked
If allowed to continue,
Irritation of the Langs, a Permanent
Throat Disease, or Consumption,
is often the result
BROWS'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
Having a dtrect influence to the parts, give Imme?
diate relief. For Bronchitis, Asthma, Ca?
tarrh, Consumptive and Throat Diseases,
Troches aro us-d with always good success.
Singers a-ad Publie Speakern use them
to clear and strengthen the voice.
Obtain only "BBOWN'S BBONCHIAL TBOOHZS," and
do not nike any of the Worthiest Imitation* that may
bc offered. For sale by
HOWIE & MOISE,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel,
Octo'oor 28 mwfimo
; If NOJ1 Lrtuuu ].!CH\SK.S. , ,
APPLICATIONS FOB Np. 1 LIQOOR LICENSES
must be flied Ju this offloe by the 13th in?
stant. W. H. SMITH,
January 8 Clerk of Council.. j
OFFICE CLEBK OF COUNCIL, j
JANUARY 7, 1868. j
ALL APPLICATIONS FOE TAVERN LICENSES
must be filed in this Office by the 13th instant.
None will be received after that tune, only in cases
where persons are about entering Into the business.
The following paragraphs under the head of Bar
Booms, General Orders, No. 164, issued by command
of Brevet Mojor-General Edward E. 8. Canty, is
published. W H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
"I. The municipal authorities granting the license
shall be answerable that the parties to whom such
licenses are granted, together with their sureties,
shall be responsible persons, and of good moral
standing in the community, and that both prirclpal
and sureties shah be able to qualify individually in
double tho amount of the bond required, and that
the bond shall be a lien upon the personal pro?
perty of both principal and ?ure ti es, and upon proof j
of default, shall warrant tho summary seizure and
sale of so much of tho property of either or both as
may be necessary to satisfy the forfeiture or fine and
"2. Drunkenness or disorderly conduct on the
premises shall work the forfeiture of the license and
of the penilly of the bond.
"8. The owner or keeper of any bar-room, saloon
or other place at which intoxicating liquors are sold,
and ail other persons Interested or connected there?
with, sholl be regarded aa principals in any action
of damages growing out of any assault, riot, affray
or other disorder occurring on the premises or di?
rectly traceable thereto.
"4. All bar-rooms, saloons or other places at which
intoxicating liquors are sold, shah be closed on the
day or days ot any general or local election, and for
the twelve boors nert preceding the opening and
next succeeding tho closing of the polls at such
election; and the sheriffs of counties and dis trie is,
and the chief of police of elden and towns, shall
have poTcr to direct the closing of bar-rooms and
other" places for the sale of intoxicating liquors
whenever it may be necessary in their judgment to
preserve order and quiet." January 8
ST. MICHAEL'S CLOCK.
OFFICE CLEBK Or COUNCIL,)
December 18,1867. j
ESTIMATES FOB BEPAISING, CLEANING AND
PUTTING IN ORDERST. MICHAEL'S CLOCK,
will be received at this Office until Monday, 12 th fr?
?tant, at l- o'clock.
The Clock can be examined by applying at the
Mam Guardhouse for the key of the church.
Separate estimates for arranging the STRIKING
APPARATUS vdu be received at the same time.
Ry order. W. H. SMITH,
January 4 Clerk of Council.
OFFICE OF CITT TEE A SC REE, )
CHARLESTON, S. C., 3d January, 1868. f
HOLD - RS OF COUPONS OF THE FIRE LOAN
BONDS of the City of Charleston, ore noti?
ced that those due on the 1st instant will be paid cn
presentation at tho First National Bankin this city,
S. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
January 3 _
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, >
January 3, 1868. j
PUBLIC NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
under the following Ordinance licenses have
been prepared for delivery from this office.
8. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
SEC. 1. Et it Ordained b, Ute Mayor and Aldermen
in City Council assembled. That from ond after the
first day of Jaouary, licenses shall be taken oat for
all carts, drays and wagons, used for private und do?
mestic purposes, in the same manner, and according
to the same provisions now of foi ce In relation to
carts, drays and wagons, let or driven for hire, ex
oept giving bonds. And each such cart, dray or
wiigon, shall be provided with a badge containing
the number thereof, and marked Private, to be
placed on the outside of the shaft.
SEO. 2. No per.-on sholl betaken by the Treasurer
as surety lor any bond under the Ordinance con?
cerning licenses for carts, drays, wagons and other
carnages, un.ess he or Bhe be a freeholder.
SEC. 3. The following shall hereat ter be the rates
for licenses for public and private carts, drays,
wagons, ?ic., including the horses or mules used
thereof, which shall be free from other taxation.
PUBLIC CARTS. DRATS, ETC., OB THOSE EMPLOYED IN
ANY BUSINESS WHATEVER, FOB HIRE DIBECT OB IN?
For overy cart, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse
or mule, $20.
For every cart, dray or wogon, drawn by two
nome- r mules, $30.
For every nae* and carriage with two wheals, S20.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, $40.
For every stags or omnibus (except line omni?
bus) with two horses, $60.
For every stage or omnibus (except line omni?
bus) drawn by four horse?, $60.
For every truck drawn by two or more horses or
For every expresa wagon drown by two or more
horses or mules, $60.
BREAD CARTS AND PRIVATE CABTH, DRAYS, EIC.
For every bread cart or wagon, $5.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private
or domestic purposes, and not to be employed in
the transporting of goods, wares, merchandise,
lumber, or st y other commodity, for .compensa?
tion, either directly cr indirectly for the same, Bhall
pay for a license the sum of $6, exclusiva of the
horse or mule.
Ratified in City Council, this 16th day of Jau
IL. a] nary, In tho year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-six.
By the Mayor. P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor,
iii W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council .
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR, )
CITY HALL, January 1,1808. )
vronca is HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CON
J.1 CERNLD that the Monthly Returns for the
month of December post (1867), in compliance with
the Tax Ordinance, ratified on the 28th day of De?
cember, 1866, must bc made on or before the 16th
instant W. N. HUGHES,
January 1 13 City Assessor.
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
CHARLESTON, November 26, 1667. J
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED FIRST
OCTOBER last Those who failed to renew
at that time are not considered us having a License,
and consequently are no Auctioneers.
W. H. SMITH,
November 27 Clerk of Council
TO JUNK-SHOP KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
DECEMBER 2, 1667. j
miB JUNK-SHOP LICENSES OF THE FOLLOW
J. LNG persons have expired. They are hereby
notified to apply at this Office Immediately and re?
new the same :
PHILIP RILEY, Warrenond St Philip-streets.
M. REYNOLDS, No. 6 lledon's Alley.
MARY BURKE, No. 72 Calhoun-streot
EDMUND WALLACE, No. 24 AVushington-etreet
JAME? WALLACE, No. 96 Spring-street
JOHN LEAHY, No. 314 Coming-Btreet.
MARY H AF FE RT Y, Columbus and Hanover-sts.
MARY CAMPBELL, President and Cannon-sts.
P. MANION, No. 67 otate-street.
JOHN HENNY, No. 46 Quoen-etreet
J A M?s BARRY, No. 10 Whuri-etreet
D. CONROY, No. 32 St Phihp-Btrest .
P. DORAN, No. 10 Exchange-Btreet
P. PLNK?880HN, No. 03 East Ray.
W. H. SMITH,
December 3_Clerk of Connell.
OFTICE Cucas: or COUNCIL, I
May, 1867. f
The following Section of An Ordinance to abolish
the office of Sperm tondent of Streets ; to provide
for Keeping the Streets, Lanes, Alleys, and open
Courts in tho City of Charlesston Clean, and'for
other purposes," lt hereby published for the infor?
mation of all concerned :
For the due protection of the said contractor or
contractors, il is jurlhcr ordained, That every owner,
lessee, occupant and tenant ol any preta ?sen front?
ing in an; street, lane, alley, or open court, shall
on every day (Sundays excepted) hove the dirt, filth
garbage, or other, offal, placed in front of his or her
Jut, in a burrel, box or heap, and lu readiness for
the contractor, by the hour ot seven o'clock, A M.,
from tho first first duy ot Moy to the first day of
November in every yoar ; and by tho hour ot nine
o'clock, A. M., from th? first day of November to
thu first,'day of May following. And any person of
feuding herein, or placiug any curt hlth, garbage,
or other offal, in any street laue, or alley, or open
court otter the hours above named, shall be subject
to a line oi not less than two nor more than five
dollars, for each and every offence, to ba imposed
by the Mayor.
By order . W. H. SMITH,
May 16 Clerk of connel),
TO PROVIDE FOB TEX LIQUIDATION OF TBE INT5R
! EST OK THE DEBT OF THE CITY, WHICH ACCRUED
. ON THE THIRTIETH BAX OF SEPTEMBER LAST,
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND
ALDERMEN in City Council assembled, That
for the purpose of liquidating the interest on tho
public debt ot the city, which accrued on thu thirti?
eth day oi September hut six per cent stock, obli?
gatory on the corporation ol the City of Charleston,
shah be issued under the direction of the Mayor, to
the persons holding stocks or six per cent bonds ol
thc city, and eut-tled to receive the interest ac?
crued thereon at tho timo above stated, the said
stock to be*r interest alter thc roto of six per cent,
per annum, payable quarterly, redeemable lu thirty
years rrom date: Provided, That no part of said
stock snail be issued tor any sum less than twenty
dollars, or for any lroctiouul part of a dollar: Pr*
faded, also, that ail sums tor lees than twenty dol?
lars, and for fractional parts of a dollar, shoji be
paid In city buis.
SEO. 2. That the fe rm of certificate, and mode
ot transfer of said stock shall be subject to the same
regulations as now exi?t m ?elation to otber city six
per cent stocks of the city.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-second day of
October, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-seven.
[L.S.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. Saara, Clerk o? Council October 23
__J^mti faflritl cnfr (?nfl!n?rfi, Snpjuics, Stones.
BR?OKLYr L?F? SNS?R?NCE COMPANY
ISSUES ALL KINDS OF LIFE AND ENDOWMENT POLICIES-PART OF THE PRE?
MIUM loaned to the assured, and NO LOAN NOTE ?B a lien or claim against the Policy in
case of death after two years.
DIVIDENDS ANNUALLY IN CASH.
This Company is the most liberal in thc country, and presents particular advantages and in- 1
duoementB to Southern people.
OFFICE NO. 141 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
WM. M. COLE, Secretary. CHRISTIAN W. BUCK, President.
es-Parties desiring to insure, or wanting appointments as canvassers or local agents in the
City or State, apply to
HOLMES & MACBETH,
GE il ER Ali AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
Office No. 36 Broad-street, Charleston, S. C.
January 7 Imo
STOVES! STOVESI STOVES!
NOW IS YOUR TIME!
Stoves so Cheap
THAT IT Will Ia
THE DtPBOYED ORIENTAL.
MAKE YOU LAUGH!
The Cheapest Store Store Be?
tween the Potomac and the Bio
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Hall, Parlor and Cooking Stoves
Sheet Iron, Lead
Zinc and Copper
Lead and Iron Pipe.
TC ROOFING AND PLUMBING WORK
ATTENDED TO AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE,
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.,
No. IO BROAD-STREET.
(Oohing ?itf /urnislpij (?toobs.
large Stock of
MEN AND BOIS
LOW PRICE S
rpHE TATLORINO DEPARTMENT SUPPLIED
JL WITH an olegant assortment of CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES and VESTINGS, which will be made
up under the caro of a First-class Cutter.
No. 219 King-Street,
West Side, One Door South ol
WM. MATTHIESSEN, Agent,
B. W. McTU?EOUS, Sup't
LEA & PERRINS'
TO BE Xl IE OKIT
fc-y of a letter from s
l l M EDICAL GENTLE
I MAN at Madras, to
#A bl? Brother at
?Stfoi, WORC ESTER, Msy,
^W^. " Tell LEA 4 PEB
^ipEir RINSIhat their Sauce
MaSig 'B highly esteemed in
X?jc?~'-:- India, and ls, in my
?.??f(??2? oplnioa, the most pa
?KM Istablc, as well ss the
MBJEfiiJinost who 1 e some
UVE! "sADCEthat is msde. "
The success of this most delicious end unrivalled
condiment having caused many unprincipled desi
era to apply the nome to Spurious Compounds, the
PUBLIC is respectfully and earnestly ragueeted to see
that tue nani rs of LEA 4 PEBBIVS ora upon the
WRAPPER, LABEL, STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA Si PERRINS, Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOB THE UNITED STATES.
October 19 ftnwlyr
THE BEN NETTS VILLE .'OL lt .VAL
Ib PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING
at Beunettsville, S. 0" m the o aa tem portion
of the State, by STUBBS 4 LITTLE, Proprietors,
and offer superior Inducements .o Merchante and
all others who wish to extend their business in this
section of tho Pee Dee country. We respectfully
solicit the patronage ot our Charleston friends.
Terms-$3 per annum, invariably In advance. Ad
vertisements Inserted at very reason ible rates.'
CHEAP FOR CASH!
PRESSED AND PIECE PANS >i PT., PER DOZ?
EN, 64a; 1 pt. 6?c. ; 3 pt. 91:1 qrt. 75c. ; 2 qrt.
?1.22; 3 qrt. ?1.38; 4 qrt. $1.9?; O qrt. $2.60; 10 qrt.
PIE AND DINNER PLATES, 8 in. ?.76; 9 in.
FDrlNELS^TlAlf 60c: Pinta 80c.; Quarts $1.25;
2 Quarts $2.00; 4 Quarts $8.00, per dosen.
WASH BASINS (Pressed, Plain and Japanned}
small $2.00; large $3.60, pei dozen.
PRESSED CD LLENDERS-small $8.00 ; large $4.00,
per dozen. At *
NO. 16 BROAD STREET,
ADAM?, DAMON & CO.
PAINTS FOR FARMERS AND
nrUTE GRAFTON MINERAL PAINT COMPANY
JL are now manufacturing the best, cheapest and
most durable Paint in use; two coats, well put on,
mixed with pure Lin ar ed Oil, will last 10 or 16 years;
it is ol a light brown or beautiful chocolate color,
and can be changed to green, lead, stone, drab,
olive or cream, to suit the taste of the consumer.
It ls valuable for Houses, Barns, Fences, Carriage
and Car-makers, Palls and Woe Jenware, Agricultural
Implements, Canal Boats, Vessels and Ship's Bot?
toms, Canvas, Meta) and Shingle Boots (lt being fire
and water proof), Floor Oil Cloths (one manufacturer
having used 6C00 bois, the past year), and, as a
paint for any purpose, is unsurpassed far body, du?
rability, elasticity and adhesiveness. Prise $6 per
bb), of 300 lbs., which will supply a fanner for years
to come. Warranted in all oases as above. Send for
a circular which gives full particulars. None genuine
unless branded tn a trade mark Grafton Mineral Paint.
HOLMES & CALDER, Agents,
December 13 fmw6mo . Meeting-street.
LEAD PHIL COM,
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
WHOLESALE SALES ROOM
NO. 34 JOHN STREET, NEW TORS.
ALL STYLES AND GRADES OF LEAD
PEN Cil S of superior quality are manufac?
tured and offered at farr terms to the Trade.
The public are invited to give the AMERI?
CAN LEAD PENCIL the preference.
THE PENCDLS ABE TO BE HAD AT ALL
THE PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND
NO i ION DEALERS.
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. '
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, 1
ENonrEEBiiro DSPABTKBIT, J
YALE COLLEGS, November 16, 1864. J
I have always recommended the Faber Polygrade
Lead Pencils as the only pencils fitted for both or?
namental and mathematical drawing; but, after a
thorough trial of the American Polygrade Lead Pen?
cils, manufactured by the American Lead Pencil
Company, New York, I find' them superior to any
pencil in use, even to the Faber or the old English
Cumberland Lead Pencil, being a superior pencil for
sketching, ornamental and mechanical drawing, and
all the ordinary uses of a lead pencil
j These pencils are very finely graded and have a
very smooth lead; even the softest pencils hold the
point well; they are all that can be desired In a pen?
cil. It gives me great pleasure to be sbla to assure
americans that thev trill no longer be compelled to
aepend upon Germany or any other foreign marks' I
Pr Of easer ofD rawing, ire,
ALL FXNCTL8 ABE BTAU7XD :
S3- "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y"
None genuine without the exact name of th.
Brm ; look to it. December 13
COLGATE & COSfe
THE' STANDARD OF
For Salo by all Grocoxr.
PUN FOR ALL t
FULL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PE7V
SON, msle or female, can master the great art
al Ventriloqulnm by a few hours' practice, maldig
i world of tun, and after becoming experts then' -
selves, can teach others, thereby malting 1* a soun e
rf income. lull instructions seitby mail for 10
?nts. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Address F, o. Drawer 3L Troy, N. Y. ...
IEW SCHEDULE ON SPART AM BURG
LND UNION RAILROAD, FOB 1868. "
' y ; r . ? : fr?T? T
ON ASD AFTER THE IST OF JANUARY NEXT,
th? Trama will run Tri-weeily, going and re?
runing, on Mondays, Wednesday! and Saturdays,
Jboervli ig the preeent Schedule. "_" "
THOMAS B. JETEE,
President s, and TJ. Railroad,
rnlor Courthouse, a C., December 38, 1867.
Janus ry 2 12
NORTHEASTERN lt Alli ROAD,
QI NEB AL SIPPER INTEND ENT*8 OFFICE, I
CHABLZSTC?, a. C.. January 1.1868. I
THE PASSENGER TRATN8 ON THE NORTH?
EASTERN RAILROAD will run dally as fol
Leive Charleston....:...9.00 AM.
Arrive at Florence.7.2.30 P M
Lt ave Florence.8.46 A M!
Arrive at Charleston. .xao P. M.
The e Trains connect with the Trains o? tho Wil
mlngt'm and Manchester Railroad going North, and
comm j South, and with the Trains of th? Ch?raw
and D arlington Railroad, ii & 8. SOLOMONS,
January 1 . Vngirumr ?nd finporlntttii^Bt.
SAVANNAH AND C ITARLESTOV RAIL?
GEN! EAL STJPERTNTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
SAYAJTVAH t? CH^UII^OK'EAILEOAD, Y
. CHJLBLZJTOK, December S1;M67.?
0? AND' AFTER JANUARY11 TSE TRAINS
' an the Savannah aad Charleston Railroad-will
Tn ins leave Chafleaton on Mondays,-Wedvaday!
and Fridayt, at 9 A. M., arriving at Cooaawhatchls
at 3.f 0 P. M.. ,
Returning; leave Cooeawhaichie on Tuesdayi,
Tkwtdayt and Saturdays, at 7 A. M:,-arriving at
Char leaton at 1.S0 P. M. - -
A steam Ferry connects the Companys wharf, at
the foot of Mill-street, with the Railroad Depot on
the Teat side of the Ashley Elver.
. JOHN 8. RYAN,
January 1 ... General Superintendent ;
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL 6UPER?NTENDENTS OFFICE, )
. , OHABLESTOH, n C.Octeber 8,1867. \, ..'
ON AND AFTER OCTOBEB 6, 1867, THE PAS?
SENGER TRAINS on the Scorn Carolina- Batt?
re* 1 will run aa fellows, vii :
Lei ve Charleston....... ..a..10.40 A M.
An Ive at augusta... .7.40 P.: M.
Lei .ve Charleston.. .7.30 P. M.
An ive at Augusta...............6.60 A M.
. ' FB0M AUGUSTA. [
Lerive Augusta...... 3.40 A M.
An ive at Charleston.,.12.20 P. M.
La ive Augusta.......... 1.4.10 P. M.
Ar ive at Charleston..4.00 A. M.
'ne 7.80 P. H. Train from Charleston, and (he 4.10
P. M. Train from Augusta, win not mo on sundays.
Lutn Charleston.. '??i. .4.20 A IL
Ar rive at Columbia. Lio P. M.
IA ive Charleston.5.40 P. M.
Ai rive at Columbia. .6.00 A X,
Lt ave Columbia.10.00 A M.
Arrive at Charleston..7.06 P. If.
Lave Columbia.. .3.00P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.20 A. M.
The 6.40 P. M. Train from Charleston, and the 8.00
P. M. Train from Columbia, will not ran on Bun.
L ave Ringville.!..12.05 P. M.
L ?ave Camdon.... ,-8.30 AM.
A -rive at Ringville....ILIO A M.
These Trains will only run on Mondays, Wednes?
days and Saturdays.
CHARLESTON AND SUMMERVILLE. ...
For Summerville_...ASO A M.
For Charleston.1.28 A HS.
For Summerville.10.10 A M.
F jr Charleston.2.08 A M.
For Summerville.. .8.40 P. M.
Far Charleston.. .6.85 A M.
For Summervale.....6.40P. M.
For Charleston.;.'. ..'.7.10 A M.
Tor Summerville..7.30 P. M.
For Charleston..10,68 A M.
H. T. PEAKE,
January 1_General Snpem ten dent
GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAIL
ROAD. " n1 "
/\K AND AFTER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6TH'
Lr Pasienger Trains will ran daily, Sundays ex
'?pted, as follows: ,
?eave Columbia at.. 7.00 A" M.
Leave Alston at. 8.65 A M.
Leave Newberry at,.-..10.86 A. M.
irrive at Abbeville at. 3.30 P. M.
Arrive at Anderson at.6.15 P. M.
Arrive at Greenville at.6,00 P. M.
Leave Greenville at. 6.00 A M.
Leave Anderson at. 6.45 A.M.1
Leave Abbeville at.aiSA H.
Leave Newberry at.L25 P. M.
Arrive at Alston at..7. . 8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia at.6.00 P. M.
Trains on the Bluo Ridge Railroad wflL also rna
daily, Sundays excepted, connecting with the up and
down Trains on the Greenville sud Colombia Rail?
road, a? follows t
Leave Anderson st.,.5-20 P. M.
Leave Pendleton at.6.20 P. M.
Arrive at Walhalla at. ...8.00P. M.
Leave Walhalla at...A00A.1L.
Leave Pendleton at._.6.40 AM.
Arrive at Anderson at.. .'6.(0 A M.
The Train will return from Belton to Anderson on
Monday and Friday Mornings. . -HA!_
JAMES O. MEREDITH,
January 6 _General Superintendent
CHARLOTTE AND SOUTH CAROLINA
. . i| ?.vi E?B3 ! ...<: ..
SUPERINTENDENTES OFEIJE, . >
COLUMBIA, a C., October 5,1867. f
ON AND AFTER OCTOBER 6TH THE TRAINS
over thia Road wm run as fellows:
Leave Columbia at...?L40P, M.
Arrive at Charlotte at...... :.9.40 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at.....;.2.65 AM.
Arnvo at Columbias*....utM A M.
Making clooe connection for all pointa North and
South, se fellows: ? ?.
Leave Columbia.L40 E. M.
Leave Charlotte..10,S?f- H*
Leave Greensboro'......6.1o A IL
Arrive Richmond..;.A? P. BL
Leave Richmond.CJ.9,45 P- M
Arrive Washington.0.15 A M.
Arrive Baltimore...9.10 A M.
Arrive Philadelphia.L32 P. M.
Arrive New York...SUPP. M.
January 6 .Superic tennent .
i i ? ? !." i rrrr"
'.THE IRISH CTTIZBjS.w .
NEW WEE EXT1!! B "W B' p'A'-?? BB.'
Proprietor and Editor J0B2? MTICHEL,
T7IR8T NUMBER TO APPEAR ON SATURDAY,
Jj the 12th of October, 1867.
Terms by the year.*??J}
Terms ror half year.ii.yjg
Terms foi four months.....lw .. .
Clubs of 10 in the uiraalprcpochon..
Advertisements to be forwarded immediately, so
?s to be duly classifled. ...
Address,, JOHN MITCHEL,
" J! i office of tbe Irish Clt?sen,
No. 31 Barclay street, New York.
Ser tomber 30 ; j_?- ' . - ._
DIE CHARLESTONER ZEITUNG.
: _ JOHN a.'WAGENER, EDITOB.
TTNDER THE "ABOVE HEAD THE UNDER
U SIGNED propose to pubhah s German wn
Paper, to be the wganof^^O^OT^ta,
and devoted to the i^^^^^^t ,
aging Immigration- aM Industrial Purimt?; .J.,,
' LUer? AgrlcUtnre; Com?eree^A^''iMJ
Tradej wUl'be repwpented-in- ita cornmnsr?natn?
news of the day;WiQ Wglyem_- ' ? '."-_. .
General JOHN A WAGENEB has todiy con??nt
Sd to ,i dertake tiie: editorial -management form?
P^aoription-43- fer Twelve Months; 81.60 fer
Six Months; $1 fer Three Months. ;.- r j _
Adverti?em?nta ?uerted ou hh<nal_^Oiit. |
;..;..' . O. G." WOB^ANlf * CO..a
-j- yo..3"Broad street Charleston, O. a
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