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THE DAILY NEWS.
Long hod ha been a th ng of common clay,
A heine of earthly mold;
But lo I an ansel cross 2d his path one day.
And turned-ihe clay to gold.
Silent vas he; the angel came again,
And, as she passed along,
She kissed hi<* Ups all lovingly, and than
He opened them in song.
-Prince Albert Victor, eon of the Prince of
Wales and future king of England, bas just
celebrated his fourth birthday.
-Some French chemists have discovered a
way of increasing the lighting power of gas
sixty-fold, viz.: by puttiug in the flam o a small
cylinder of magnesia.
-Captain Palin, Chief Constable of Manches
ter, says that a sufficient sum lins been col
lected to afford a comfortable provision for life
for Mrs. Brett, the widow of the policeman
who waa murdered by the Fenians at Manches
-Prince Frederick of Augustenburg has
formally expressed a desire to be reconciled
with tua King of Prussia, and to be ready to
renounce his pretensions to the sovereignty of
Schleswig-Holstein, in consideration of receiv?
ing a suitable appanage.
-Suez has a model postoffice. On the arri?
val of mails from England and India, the rush
for letters ia said to be indescribable. Fach
one helps himself to whatever letter or letters
he can lay hands upon. In the scramble many
letters are torn to shreds.
-Two of the largest cotton manufacturers
in France have closed their mills, in which 6000
persons were employed, because they cannot
compete with England. Government is to be
asked to impose a duty on cotton goods for the
protection of manufacturers.
-The Times describes the distress at the
East End of London as vast and heartrending.
The number of persons in ieceipt of out-door
relief is upwards ol' KX0O0 ; but the measures
adopted, whUo they foil to meet the need, are
actually increasing th" a:i.ount of pauperism,
and are demoralizing- the district.
-A Paris letter says the belief in an early
war continued as strong as ever io France*.
The people will have it that France and Prus?
sia are arming, and that in spite of friendly
telegrams between the Tuileries and Berlin,
the maintenance of peace between the two
countries ia at the mercy of the merest trifle
that may arise.
-A Hellenic journal states that the Greek
government had obtaiied from the French
government a concession of Chassepot rifles
and a battery of rifled guns, which have been
wrought in the French arsenals. The success?
ful resistance of the insrugents in Crete is at?
tributed to the superiority of their arms over
those of the Turks.
-La Fiance says : A most friendly corres?
pondence was exchanged between the Kins: of
Prussia and the Emperor Napoleon on the oc?
casion of the inauguration of the new year.
The initiative atep of courtesy is due to the
King of Prussia, whose letter was couched in
terms of a nature to facilitate an understand?
ing between the sovereigns of the respective
countries upon the great questions pending.
-The Queen of Prussia, considering the dis?
tress existing in the Eastern Provinces of the
irinftdnm invited, a few day s back, nearly
seventy ladies, chiefly the wives and daughters
of commercial men, to consult with her respect?
ing the most proper means of aiding the ne?
cessitous people. .The holding of an immense
bazaar in the royal palace was determined on,
all the ladies engaging to assist.
-The Prussian journals publish strong ap?
peals to the public charity on behalf ol the
laboring population of the eastern provinces of
that kingdom, who are not only rlready suffer?
ing dreadfully from want, but threatened with
absolute famine from the scarcity of the late
harvest. Already the hospitals are crowded,
and typhus has made its appearance.
-A dreadful accident has just occurred on
the Danube. Two floating mills not far from
Pea th wore torn from their moonies by blocks
of ice, and several men on board were carried
away. Some spectators went to their assist?
ance, but the boat in which they were was
crushed by the ice and all drowned. No ODO
else daring to put. off the^aj^a^rrggn'Ee
- "longing to the miks suffered the came fate.
-A proclamation of the Grand Vizier was
read to the Cretans on the 13th December.. -Jt-?
places the general population of Cr?t3 on a
footing of complete equaiity^^gxshts an exemp?
tion from tithe-jmn>"wrTor two years from
March next, and/atithe expiration of that pe?
riod only,os6-nalf the tithes will be levied tor
amodier two years, which will be applied for
~ 'special purposes. A general assembly to dis?
cuss subjects relating to public utility ia to be
established, and exemption from military ser?
vices, on payment being made for substitutes,
is also granted.
-The Fenian alarms continued to dim nish
in London. The committee of the Meirjpoh
tan Working Men's Conservative Association
had determined to abandon the an ti-Fenian de?
monstration which it was in contemplation to
hold m the metropolis. The Daily News re?
marks that though the loyal Irishmen in Lon?
don may feel a little reluctance to volunteer the
assurance that though they are Irishmen they
nra no sympathisers with wholesale assassina?
tion, there are many important reasons why
they should not allow tnese scruples to prevent
them signing the address to her majesty. The
Morning Advertiser believes that Fenianism is
now evidently dying out in London, so tar, at
least, as its external or practical manifestations
-Maximilian's Bhck Book is concluded in
print. It is a collection of biographies, kept
nv the Emperor's private secretary, of all those
who served him or were candidates for his
service. Judging by the portraits drawn of
Mir&mou, Marquez, Almonte, O'Horan, and
l?verai more, it is a sort of Imperial rogue's
gallery. Maren.z is set down as a maker of
massacre; Almonte as a cold and vengeful vil?
lain; Miramon* as a gambler and tr ic kat ci;
O'Horan as a bold, but vulgar scoundrel.
Minister Arroyo, ex-Consul for the Empire at
New Tork, is a scamp, badly iu debt, who had
fled into the pale of government in order to
escape hu creditors. Velasquez de Leon, ex
Minister of State, is a badly hacked old fogy.
Salazar is respectable, but not a whit better.
Miguel Lopez, tho betrayer of the Archduke, is
a daring knave, whose honesty counts just for
what it rece:vid at Queretaro. So says the
The Laad ?nd Labor (luestlon.
The following is tbe plan submitted to the
convention, by United States Marshall, J. P.
M. Epping, for the settlement of the land and
labor question. It is an interesting paper, but at
the time of its presentation we wore unfortu?
nately only able to publish a sketch of its
To the President and Members of the Consti?
tutional Convention of Sou.h Carolina:
GzHTLSaiEX-The undersigned respectfully
submit (he following plan for the settlement of
the land and labor question to the convention,
with the suggestion that Congress be memori?
alized by a resolution of the convention, to
grant the boon herein prayed for, and it is
thought that the same will be readily and
promptly granted, in view of providing homes
for the freedmen throughout the South, and
of relieving the prevalent general distress for
want of a sufficient circulation of ready capi?
Particularly would the now dominant great
Bepublican party, it is thought, gladly avail
itself of the opportunity of showing its kind?
ness and interest, in the welfare of the South?
ern States, and thereby secure ihe everlasting
gratitude and goo elsey of ail races and colors
It ia a well known fact in political economy
that for a State or community to flourish,
three elements are requisite : First is land'
second labor, third capital or money. Through?
out the Southern Slates lands are plenty, labor
is abundant, but the capital is wanting.
A disorganization of society, and an utter
absence of remunerative industry is conse?
quently everywhere felt. Congress having
abolished slavery, owes it to itself and the coun?
try to take proper caro of their wards, the
freedmen, who nave been turned loose upon
the world. It owes it not only to itself and
the freedmen, but to the entire Union, to set
in motion the now obstructed wheels of com
merceagrioulture and manufactures through?
out the South.
Two of the elements named already exist
here, th third only is wanting, and vetean easi?
ly be supplied.
The freedmen are in a manner like children
turned out of doors by their paronts. They
have been wilfully kept in ignorance, while i?
the state of slavery, and consequently have
neither the knowledge, ability nor means to
establish themselves independently of their1
ormer masters and owners, vf bile the latter
are themselves in a situation equally embar?
rassing, because, with all their landed posses?
sions, they havo not the funds neo issary for
the payment of remunerativo wages to the
laborer, and thus developo tho capacities and
resources of those possessions, and there is
not capital sufficient in all these Southern
States to buy the lands and to put thom into
successful cultivation by means of hired free
It is, therefore, for the General Government
to step in, and besides affordin<: its protection
to the one class, lend its material aid to the
other, in order that existing difficulties may be
Heneo tho proposition is now made, that
Congress, in the amplitude of its power, fur?
nish a limited amount of capital, not to indi?
viduals, but to the States m the shape of a
loan, for the benefit of the two classes referred
? sum equal to the amount collected from
the agricultural products of the former 6lave- I
holding States in ono year, in the way of taxes !
on cotton, would, it is believed, be sufficient
for this purpose.
There arc, tor instance, in the State of South
Garoona between twenty and thirty thousand j
persons who own plantations of five hundred ]
acres and upwards, and who could spare very :
readily from one-fourth to one-third of the
With such a fund as has been described, put
into tho hands of the Governor ol'tho State and
managed by a Board possessing supervisory
powers, consisting of the Governor, chief agent
of the iroedmeu's Bureau, and one or two
other authorized commissioners, these sur?
plus lands may be purchased at a very mode?
rate rate, aud sold and transferred to such
freedmen on ere lit, as formerly belonged to
the respective plantations, or any others
upon waich they desire to locate, and the
State give to the purchaser a cheap and per?
fect title which is very seldom and even diffi?
cult to obtaiu now in this Stato, whero lands
oro purchased from individuals.
Enough land would thus come into tb e pos?
session of the freedmen to give each a home?
stead, at a moderate price, whiie the planter
making such a disposition would receive
monoy enough to pay cash wages to his em?
ployees, and carry forward his yearly Jabor tc
the satisfaction or all.
The present precarious system of working
by contract for a share of the crop, has been
cause of great confusion and distress siuce
tho cessation of hostilities, and ought, for the
welfare of the community, to be avoided ir
the future ; but the plan now proposed, it in
thought, will Bupply the capital necessary for
the payment of cash wages, and likewise se?
cure permanent homes tor the freedmen.
HEADQTJAJITEBS. 2D MILI TA KY DISTRICT,
CHARLESTON, S. C., January SI, 1868.
[General Orders No. 13.]
I. At any sale of personal property by virtus
of execution issued upon any judgment of any
court of the State of South Carolina, rendered
prior to the 19th day of December, 1860, cr
subsequent to the 29th day of April, 1865, upo a
any cause of action arising on any contract et -
tered into prior to tho 19tb day of December,
1860, if the hiebest amount offered or bid at
such salo for such property shall bo loss than
two-thirds of the fair cash value of such proi>
erty, which value shall havo boon ascertained
and fixed on or before the day ot sale, by three
appraisers, one of whom shall bo named by
the defendant, one by tho plaintiff, and tl s
third by these two, and a minme of whose a]>
praisement shall be certified on tho process L y
the officer holding the same-then, and in
every such case, it shall be the duty of tte
sheriff or other officer conducting said Bale, it
the request of either or any party to the r*
sord, then and there to adjourn and postpone
such sale for the poriod of three calendar
IL At any Bale of real estate by virtue of
execution upon any judgment, or by virtue of j
my decree of any court of the State of Sou .h
Carolina, renduied prior to the 19th day of
December, 1860, or subsequent to tho 29th diy
)f April, 1865, upon any cause of action arising
>n any contract entered into prior to the 19th
lay or December, 1860, if the highest amount
jffercd or bid at such sale for such real esta te
ihall be less than two-thirds of the amount of
;he valuation of suoh real estate, as assess ad
u the last preceding assessment for tits te
Axes, and a minute of which assessed vail A
ion shall be certified on the procesa by the
ifficer holding the same,-then, and in every
inch case, it shall be the duty of tho sher fi,
naater or other officer conducting such sale,
it the request of either oi auy party to tho ro
:ordT then and there to udjolrn and PQ?j?|jmm
moh sale for the period_j>?/tiffSir'o?Ten'lar
months. ,_-. ~~
IXlrThe provisions of this order shall not
?pply to execuiio.rs for tho collection of over
iuo taxes, nor to any process for the enforce
no nt of any hen for labor or material recog?
nized and guaranteed by the laws of the St ito,
jr by military orders.
By command of Brevet Major-General ED.
El. S. CAMBY.
LOUIS V. CAZLABO, Aide-de-camp,
Act'g Ass't Adj't General.
LIVERPOOL-Per Norwegian bark KjoUestadt-167
bags S I and 883 balea Upland Cotton, 123 bags
Cotton Seed, 74 bbls Rosin, 100 White Oak
s'EW YORK-Per steamship Charleston-40 tinrces
Rice, 100 bu?g Seed Rico, 863 bales Upland Cot?
ton, 26 bundles Paper, CG bales Dome-tice and
Yarns, 2115 bushels Corn, 101 packages Sun
The Charleston Cotton Market.
)FF1CE O? THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, I
C?ABLXSTON, Saturday Evening, Feb. 1, '68. J
1 he inquiry from buyers was only to a fair e::tent(
i older? being firm, and the transactions, irldch
mounted to near 800 bales, were shout on the bi sis of
he rates of the day before, the sales being-IS at 14;
W at 14* ; 66 at 15? ; 90 at 15% ; 56 at 16 ; 50 atl 6 ? ;
LO at 16? ; 2at 17; 104 at 17?; 174 at 17%; 160 at 18;
ind 100 on the evening before at 18?. We qu otc :
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.16 @ 16?
Btriot MiddlL.,.18 @
Ltverpool Cotton Market.
LIVERPOOL, January 17.- COTTON.-(From th o Bro
lers's Circular.)-Codon has been In good demand
hrou bout the week, uni on Monday the business
vas very extensive inflaouced by advices from New
fork of reduced receipts, and most descriptions ad
ran, ed ?d. per lb. nince Tuesday tho marliot has
oeen less animated, but to-day hus again become
i troue, and closes with a (?enera! advance upi >u the
piotatious ol last week. Ot Sea Island the choioe is
mw ample, and buyers obtain a slight advantage Lt
ince; tte demand, however continues gocd. In ,
American the busin SB h JS been large to the trade,
s well as exporters and speculators, and q io attona
ae raised ?d. to ?d.p rib. New York advice s to the i
.Ct inst, quote Middling 16?c, costing to sell In
jivisrpooi 7 6-16d. per sailing vessel or steamer.
Brazil has been in very good demand, at m ad
.an:e of foil ?d. per lb. In L'gypti.n an exten- (
ive business bas been done, quotation-) of tue j
orrent j jab ties closing %d to ?d per lb dearer. '
'he sales of East India having been large, prices <
lave in many Instances risen ?d per lb, closing with
ome degree of firmness at this advance. In Cotton t
o arrive, the transactions lave been unusually large,
lartlcularly on Monday and to-day. The latnat quo- r
liions are: American, basis ot middling, hom Sa- i
annan, ship named, 7?d and 7 3-10d; good ordina- r
y, ship named and shipping or shipped, 5 9-16J; >
hip named, 6? J ; basis ot im .diing, from New York, s
isles, at sea, ?d. Mobile, ship named, 7,:4'd and ?
3-16d; by steamer from New York 7?d. New.Or- j
?ns, January shipment, 7?d; ship named 7;-?d, and s
[early due 7?d. Texas, ship named, fron New 'j
'ork, 7%d. Dhollorah, fair merchants, December or n
anuary shipment, 5?d. Oomntwuttee, ii ir new t
iercbant8, January-Fobruary shipment, 6?Ciperlb.
lie soles of the week amount to 97,790 bales, inclu?- a
lg 0130 on speculation and 17,450 declared for ex
art, leaving 71,9*0 bales to tho trade. Friday, Janu- fl
ry 17-The sales to-dsy am-untfd to 30,000 bales, ?
?cluding 6?00 on speculation and for export ; prices a
enerally ?d dearer. f,
ILKS Or COTTON FOB WEEK ENDING JAN u AB Y 16.
D. D. &
740 Sealsland.14 @46 }
- Ditto Stained...- (r- 1940 sp?culation e
5360 Ui-land. 6%<? 8 r
5380 Mobile.C?? 6? j 3370 export.
?300 Orleaus. 5?@ 8? )
7640 Pernam it Par'b 6??10? i
2560 Santos. 6?@ 7? ! - spe misti?n, c
IG50 Marauham. 7 ? 8 f 1000 cxroit. p
900 Bah? i Macelo. G?? 7? I w
7680 Egyptian. 4 @21 1 1280 speculation, ti
70 Smyrna, Ae.... 6?<fc 6? J 460 export. ai
1080 West India, Ac. 6?@19 ) d
- La Guayra.- ?_ ( ~ spoliation, j,
1830 Peruvian. 6?@ 8 ) ,0 exP?r;- '?
2610 East IndiMi.... 4 @ 7 I 5960 speculation. M
- Chiua ii Japan.- ?- f 12550 export. ai
rices declared for fair
Import ibis veek.
West Indies, ?ic.... 112
Savannah Weekly Market.
SAVANNAH, January 30.-COTTON-Orr market
is been strong all the week, although an occasional
dispatch quoting "moderate demand" may have in?
clined buyers to hold off and sellars to become
stringent, until to-day, when the do.ided improve?
ment in New York has really given some reason for a j
more general advance, and middling, after gradually
Heiring to 17c during the week, bas risen in price to
I7J?o in the rooming, and 17}?c as the closing price,
on the Kew York dispatch of 19c for middling in that
:xarket. We note that the advance has brought for?
ward lar er lists ami better selections, but we cannot
claim that our at present few receipts will show a
better class than we said was general in our laat
weekly report We quote :
Low Middling.17 @
SEA ISLANDS.-?f thc different grades of this class
of cotton, there has been an active deman? for
common, and a stronger inquiry for medium, while
the finer qualities aro still more sought alter, and
aro beld with estreme firm n?s-, from the belief,
which we have exp: essed in our former issues, and
which now approaches to a certainty, that naerly all
of this crop has already come forward. Advices from
the country seem to support this opinion, and wo
hear in many sections, where the finest qualities are
made, that the public gins have ceased running. Ad?
vices from Liverpool tbow this class of cotton to
..occupy a very favorable position, and factors who
make ?ea Islands a 'speciality' are holding their
stocks and express great confidence in that staple."
We quote as follows:
The reenpts of the week have been 22,870 bales
Uplands and 448 bales Sea Island, against 10,074
bales Uplnnd and Kl Sea Island same period last
IIL.:."::PT8 AKH EXPOBTS.
Stock on hand Sopiembor 1, 1807. 122 511
Eecelved since January 22 . 448 22,870
Received pi eviously. 6629 287,134
Total. 7099 310,616
Exp'd bince Jan. 22. 618 18,851
Exp'd previously. 4279 233 183 4797 262,034
Stock cn hand January 29 . 2302 68,481
RICE-The receipts for the week have been 7033
bushels, malting a total of 176,046 bushels since Sep?
tember 1st Owing to large shipments to Boston and
New York, the market is almost entirely bare, and
there is none offering in first hands Orders con?
tinu* to come in which cannot be Siled. Prices con?
tinue firm atoar quotations: For Clean Carolina 9a
10c, according to quality ; for prime and rough, nom?
inally $2 26a2 60.
FKEIOHTS.-To Liverpool,hy saU, on Uplands. Jid ;
on Sea Islands, ld; through via New York, by steam,
on Uplands, l%d; OD Sea Islands, l%al)?d; to Ha?
vre, lc; to Brum, n, 1>?C. To New York, by steam,
lc cn Uplands, iy?c on Sea Island, $2 60 on Bice, il
on Domestics; by salt, %c on Uplands, and $1 60 ca
Moo. To Philadelphia, by steam, *?c on Uplands,
$2 on Rice, 75c on Domestics. To Baltimore, by
steam, >*c on Uplands. To Boston, by steam, on
Uplands. l%c; by sail, %c; through ?va Philadel?
phia, by steam, l,S,'c; on Rough Rice, by sail, 14c ;
Iroru tbe Altamaha, 16c. On Lumber, coastwise, S9c
9 60. Cuban freights, 8a9, north side; 9 60al0, sooth
side. Tonnage ls wanted, both coaBtwlse and for?
eign wise, for Timber and Lumber.
[Newt and Herald.
BALTIMORE, January 30.-Corra-Market for
Rio is steady, and prices firm for all grades. ' We re?
port sales of W0J bags ex hilada, and 879 bags ex
Cricket, both taken by the trade hero on private
terms; also, 240 bags from second hands, at 163??al7
eta, gold; stock at close 22,000 bags, in first hands.
FLO rm-Thu demand is stiU inactive, but holders
firm. We huird of no sales to-day. Within a few
days past 21/00 bbls city Mills Extra, Magic brands,
h ?ve been sold on private terms.
G BAIN-Offerings of all lunns light; of Wheat 800
bushels white and 20(10 bush red ; market continues
steady; sale 300 bushels prime white S2 90; no South?
ern red reporie.i; quote prime and choice (2 7Ss2 85;
sales 650 bushels cno.ee Pennsylvania $2 60a2 66; 600
bushels prime $2 63; 160 bushels ordinary at tl 42.
Corn-2600 bushels white and 4600 bushels yellow
received; included ia to sales were 2000 bush damp
white, m lots, at $1 06al OS; 800 bushels goo l dry
lots, $i lOal 16; prime cargoes would bring $118a
120; 3000 bushels >\ How tl 16al 17, for up town de?
livery; no Western mixed offered, cats-2000 o uah
r-ceiveu; salas 800 bushel? at 76c; 100 do 78c; IUD
black 86c. Rye-300 bushels offered, bat none sold;
last sale reported was at tl 66.
MOLASSES-We notice sales to-day of 48 hhdt. com?
mon Porto Rico et 43c; 10 hhds Coba and 48 nh da
English Island, both on private terms. Market
wituout quotable change.
1'BovrsioHs-Market ls active and firmer for Bulk
Moats, Bacon Sides and Lard. v. e report sales
?0,000 lbs loose Bulk Sides at 9c; 20,0c0 lbs rib Sides
ttlO/^c; 3U.0JU lbs do at lu^u Bacon is selling
iee J y on o ru ors at ile for Shoulders; 12 for rib,
md 13al3>?c lor clear rib Sides, all Baltimore cured,
dams we quote steady at 17altto, latter for best
irauds. Lard has auvanced; new held firm at 13&c
'or Western steam rendered in round lots; jobbing
!?c higher. Mets Pork-Quote quiet at t22 76a23 t?
BICE-We report a sale to-day of 60 tierces Carolina
it Ile; market firm; stock small.
\ .> w York .Harket.
^rW'New York E venn, j Poat of Thursday, Janu?
ary 30, says: '
The loan market ie easy st 5a6 $ cent, and heavy
amounts are offering at 4 to the large government
dealers. Discounts are unchanged, choice bills
have iree currency at 6}?it8)?, but there is a very
scanty supply offering.
NEW YORK, January 30.-Enoua, ic-The mar?
ket fur Flour opened quiet, but closed more activo;
Uta>e brands are in speculative request and better;
Woatiirn brands ot the low grades aro firm. Family
grade- are dull.
The sales a>e 8600 bbls at $8 66a9 IS for superfine
State-,t9t>6al0 25 for info.tor Ri var and City Extra;
?10 (I6al0 86 for extra State; tl? 96all 60 tor
laney ?tate; f 6 G5al0 40 tor the low grades of Spring
Whe-i.t Western extra; fio 60al2 00 for good to
:hoiee Spring Wheat extras; $10 lOalU 76 tor shipping
Ohio; $11 4Ual2 85 for amber ?inter Wheat extra
Induna and Michigan, and $12 86al6 for St Louis
Buckwheat flour is firm at $3 76al 20 per 100 lbs.
California flout ls active and firm, bales of 4200
Southern flour is loss active but firm.
Sales of 210 bbls, at $10 06all 60 for ordinary to
jood extra Baltimore and country; $11 7&al5 25 for
jxtri? family Georgia and Virginia, and $11 60al5 60
For extra and family Maryland and Delaware.
Osts are easier and dull mo sales are 18,000
bushels Western at 84#a85c; and 87c for Ohio de
Cora oponed quiet, but closed with a good demand
ind rather stronger.
The sales sre 76,000 bush new Western mixed atti 24
il 2/3; and ve y choice do tl 27; old do tl 31al 32 in
itors; do white at $130; very choice do yellow $1 28
m pier; Jersey yellow at $123al 24} Southern white
it tl 20al 24; do yellow at tl 17al 23.
PROVISIONS-The Pork market is quiet, but de?
ucedly better and strong at the improvement.
The sales, cash and regular, are 1200 bbls at $22 26
i22 37>? tor new mess, and $21 for thin mess.
Forfutuie doli von-wo note 760 bbls new mest,
seller Marah, at $22 60.
Beef ia arm sod fairly active. Sales of 800 bbls at
50 a 13 for common brands; *14al9 for plain mass, and
HSa22 for extra mess.
Tierce bael is steady. Sales of 460 tes; $38 for
jsacon is more active and firmer. Sales of 1000
wets at 10>?c for choice Cumberland cut; ll >?aii ??c
'or short rib; ll^c for fancy do, and 12sl2J?c lor
Dressed hogs are firmer. We quote at 8J? a9>?c far
vestern, and93?alOc for city.
Lard is fit m but less active.
Sales of 700 bbls and tes at 13Saisie for No 1;
13 >i al J Kc for city; l3}4'aHc for fair to prime steam
md kettle rendered.
COFFEE-Rio is leas active, but prices are firm.
COTTON-The market is excited and quite active at
in advance of tully >?c per pound. We quote :
Uplands. Florida. Mobile, and Texas.
)rdinary.lGy3 16? 17 17*
Low Middling.. 18 18?? 18>i 18J?
middling.19 19 19>i 20
J:iod Middling.21 21 23 23
BAT-Is in good demand and prices firm at $116
il 20 for shipping, and $1 40al CO for retail lots.
NAVAL, STORES-Continue grm and a good do?
ri and prevails. Wc quote : spirits Turpentine, free,
?er gal, 69 cts; Spirits Turpentine in bond,
?er gal, 60c; Crude Turpentine, per 280 lbs,
14 00; Rosins, common, per bbl, $2 ; Rosins,
trained, per bbl, $312>?u? 25; Rosins, No 2, per bbl,
? 25a 3 60; Rosins, No 1, per bbl, $3 60a4; Rosins,
isle, per bbl, $4 25a5; Lt sins, extra pale, per bbl;
?5 25at>; Rosins, window glass, por bbl, $6a7 60,
Tar, North county, per bbl. ?2 50a2 75; Tar, W1
aiegton, per bbl. t312??a3C0; Pitch, city, per
ihl, $3 25a3 50; Pitch, Southern, per bb!, S3 50.
RICE-Is duh, and in the absence of eales prices
buoAB-Raw sugars ore in good demand and
inner, tho business being principally in hhds, and
ri th a reduced stock prices tend upward. We quote
t ll>?al2c for fair to good refining, and 12??al2>?c
jr No 12 box. Refined are firm at IC^c for hards.
WHISKEY-The market is inactive and prices nom
FBEIOHTS-To Glasgow, by steamer, 15,000 bush
ls cora at 13d.
BOSTON, January 29.-COTTON.-There has been
insidorable excitement in the Cotton market the
set week, and prices have boon steadily tending up- ?
'ord, with a good demand for export and consumo- 1
on. Tho sales have been 7a800t) bales, mostly to t
rrive, and we quoto Ordinary at MJfaUe; Good Or- 1
mary MalTo; Low Middling 17al8c; and Middling 1
-alie per pound, iucluding Uplands and Gulf. 1
here is voiy little Cotton offering at the close, and
i advance of >?a>?c per pound on these prices is
DOMESTICS.-The upward tendency of Cotton and I I
ie comparatively low price of Goods has led to con
dorable activity tho past week, and the sales of oil
andard Cottons have been largor than any previous
eek tor a long time past. Besides an active de?
land from the trade there has been considerable
ti'ort inquiry, and a better feeling generally pr??
dis. The sales of standard makes of Brown and
leached Sheetings have been largo, jobbers pur
ir slug freely in anticipation of higher prices, and
es traolo makes have been sold ahead of production,
'rills have beeu in fair demand, and Denims, Stripes
id Ticks are firm and moro inquired for. Prints have
een in fair demand, and the stock of dark and medium
lyles has been conUderablv reduced. 1 he cale J nave
een principally from 12/'?al3>?c. New spring styles
rc not opened, but a good demand ter thom is
expected and Uigher rau^oof prices than is now cur?
rent. Delaines are selling at previous prices. Wool?
lens have boen comparatively quiet as yet Clothier*
are purchasing moderately, and general trade is ra?
ther Inactivo as yet. Desirable styles of Cnssimores,
Cloths and Satinets rate low, but are held firm.
GUNNY BAOS-lhere ls a moderate demand for
Gunny Bags, and tho article is held Arm, nut the
sales ore only in small lots. We quote sales of SOO
bales, here and in New York, atl8al8%c-the latter
price for a small lot of heavy.
GUNNY CLOTH-There is no demand for Gunny
doth, aad the p ice of this article is quite nominal
-from 18)jal9c currency.
NAVAL STOUES-The transactions in 8pirits Tur?
pentine have been con io ed to small lots at prices
ranging from 62>$a67c $ ga), and now held at 66a?7c
9 gal. In Tar the sales ha* e been small, but at bet?
ter prices, ranging from $3 26a3 50 $ bbL Bostn
has been in fair demand, and the market is steady.
The sales have been 300 bbls common Strained Rosin
at $3 12 K ; 100 bbls low No 1 at $3 62)?, and 100 bbls
good No 1 at $4 $ bbl. Ln Bitch the sales have been
small at $3 75 $ bbl for Southern.
Bice-Prices have advanced, with a better de?
mand and a small start The sales have been 300a
400 bbls at 9>ial0c for Rangoon, and lO^allKcfor
Carolina, as to quality.
Consignees per South Carolina Kailron ti,
1446 bales Cotton, 41 bales Maze, 1756 baas Corn,
4c. To Railroad Agent L H Rodgers 4 Co, West ft
Jones, G H Walter it Co, lhur?ton ft Holmes, W C
Courtney ft Co, ? J Wins ft Co, G W Williams ft Co,
T J Gibson, W Reach, J B E Sloan, Graeser. Lee,
Smtth i Co, J N Hobson, J T H White, G Foll?n, J
Colcock s Co, Willis ft Cbisolm, J Campsen ft Co, A
G Treuholm, Bollmann Bros, al Drake. O Seeder, M
St?ren ft Co. Gold.-mith ft Son, Major Parker, T H &
W Dewees, J F O'Neill ft Son, J W Sprague k Uro, J
D Aiken ft Co, J Boob, Adams, Frost k Co, John?
ston, Crews k Co, Clacius k Witte.
Per steamship Champion, from Now York-Mrs
J 8 Eaton, J D Stewart, J W Bones, W L Weston, H
G Adams, R Purvis, W Ardley, Miss Laura Stetson,
Madame Dclaux, H R Thorndike, W Gray, T Tznon,
Miss Mitchell, Miss Clark, J W Clark, B L Grant, C
Farrington, Miss Dana, W Dana and servant, and -
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah-Airs Benso, 2 chil?
dren and servant, Mrs W C Lvcns, H A Topham, J
Crandall, Col W A L Bowen, J Perry, J Brown, D O
DeJarnott J;Tcmpleton, C Stewart, P Cane, F Con?
ley, H West G A Thomas and wife, E S Bergan and
wue, H Clifford and wife, Miss Alice Vane, Miss Isa?
bel Vane, Mrs Cherry and son, A S Bigelow, Mrs
Lidy aud daughter, E J Lidy, Oapt C C Neil, Capt T
Johnson, W H Malone, W B Guerard, and 20 deck.
Per steamer Fannie, from savannah via Beaufort,
Blufften, 4c-L Ahr en a, vi rs S Finney, M Strauss, A
S Alderman, J P Drexler, J W Kelp, B W Boss, J
Roach, E Pickett, J A Albers, J H Albers. T H Mur?
dock, A M Trollinger, Gen Gile, Col Judd, Mrs Mat
thiessen, J D Stubbs, and others.
Per steamer St Helena, from Edisto and Rockville
Dr T P MikoU, F Read, W Sesbrook, W S Honahan,
C J Wilson, E Bates, Mary L E Johnson, Lieut John?
son, D H Chamberlain, J Seabrook, S A Legare, W R
Jonkins, Mary J Jenkins, D J LaBocne, Dr Hart, P
Chtaolm, P K Paulding, E Lomon. S R Easterby, A
Einsbury and lady, D S Steele and lady, Miss Col?
lina, E W Wbaley, T S Ba?aban, W S Ba?aban, Rev
L Cuthbert and lady, H E Vincent, W Gregg, and 21
PHASES or THE MOON.
First Quarter, 1st 1 hour, 8 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 8th, 4 hours, 27 minutes, morning.
Lut Quarter, 15tb, 4 hours, 8 minutes, rr o ming.
New Moon, 23d, 9 hours, 12 minutes, morning.
BISES. I SETS.
MOON I HIOH
BISES, j WATEB.
3 Monday....; e..65
4 Tuesday.... 6..66
C Thursday...' 6..63
8 Saturday... 6..61
Port of Charleston, February 3.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-56
hours. Maze. To Street Bros k Co, J E Adner k
Co, C N Averill k Son, G W Aimar, J D Aiken k co,
fl Bis 'hoff k Co, C A Bria. ed, Brown k flyer. J B
Betts, Bollmanu Bros, D Bmwinkle, fl Bulwinklo k
Co, C D Brahe & Co, G H Brown, a k W, Cameron,
Barklay k Co, J A Cook, T M Cater, L Cohen, BAA
P Caldwell, fl Cobla k Co, Cartmill, Barbeson k co,
A Canale, Steamer Dictator, J F Dawson, M Drake,
Dowle k Moise, C A Davis, D F Fleming k Co, Fer?
guson k Holmes, Forcbgott Bros, CjjjaveJ";, V,'
Gregg, Jr, J H Graver, Goodrich, Wileman k Co.' H
Gerdts k Co, Gruber k.J&Zun, j Gerdsig, Hurkamp
k Co, N A Hunt ?omW Book Store, Bart k Co, J
W Harris^; jefforos k Co, E S Jeiiningson, E King,
H-Vf Tfinsman, Xrioto k Chapman, Kilnck, Wickeu
berg st Co, X Kelly, W J k J X Kaiser, Lopez k Sons,
U LUlienthal 4 Co, A Langer, Laurey k Alexand r,
Mull- r. Nimitz k Co, McLoy k Bice, J G Mi?iur k
Hi; W Mccomb ft Co, Murphy -V Co, J M Martin, J
J McCorter, Nieman k Burger, B C'Neill, J FU'Nuill
k Sons, Knveuel k Burn .sell, J lt Read k Co, J Rus?
sell, I'TsH Richards, fl Schole, Southern Express
Co, G W Steffens k Co, T Tappin k Son, J Tlede
man, G W Williams k Co, J Walker, Agent, Wago?
ner, Heath k alonsess, Werner ft Bucker, Willis k
Chisolm, G L Wright G W Wk Co, S C Railroad
Agent Agent Florida Steamer, and others.
Steamship Falcon, Roed, Baltimore-left Thurs?
day, P M. Mdze. To Mordecai k Co, Courtenay ft
Trenholm, Railroad Agent fl Klatte ft Co, Jeffords
ft Co, T M Cater, G W Steffens ft Co, B O'Neill, fl
Cobla ft Co, fl Bischoff ft Co, J B ? sloan. J Hur?
kamp ft Co, Z Davis, W Roach, Bissell ft Co, Adams,
Damon ft Co, F Entelman, J C Blohme, J fleeseman
ft bro, S B Marshall, C D 1 ranke, J F Taylor ft Co,
W Knobeloch, C N Averill ft bou, J Steiber, Osten?
dorff ft C , F Weybman, J Smail ft Co, B H Rodge?-?
ft Co, Holmes ft Calder, J H Graver, T A Boamisa
Co, J Wiley, J Holmes, Gen B O l'y 1er, c Linien
thai, Klinck, Wickenberg & Co, B ft A P Ca ld w\ ll, D
Paul ft Co, Laurey ft Alexander, J Ferguson, L M
Coxetter. J P Boye, W H Choteo ft Co, Bieffe ft Lil
hen thal, J ft W fl Armstrong, D briggs, B Feldman,
J H Rennekar, Muller, Nimitz ft Co, J P florback,
bprague ft Bro, West ft Junes, fl Bulwinkle ft Co, G
H Lmsledt, Order, and others.
Sehr N B Clark, clark, New York-5 days. Guano
To H F Baker ft Co, J N Robson, G W Wilhams ft
Co, and Order.
Steamer Fannie, Peck, Savannah, via Beaufort,
Dluffton, ftc. Mdze. To J Ferguson, R Salas, Ray
enel ft Co, E Bates.
Steamer St Helena, Boyle, Edi?to and Rockville
Mdze. To J fl Murray, G H Hoppock, W S Corwin
ft Co, Gen W E Marun, W 8 Hastie, W Wilkinson,
Sloop Goorge, Lowdrich, Santee. 1500 bushels
Ro.'gh Rice. To G H Ingraham ft Son, Thurston ft
bloop Joseph ft John, from Santec. 800 bushels
Bough Bice. To Thurston ft Holmes.
Steamship Liberty, Bain, New Orleans, via Ha?
vana-left tho lutter on the evening of the 28th and
Key West at 8 A M on tho 29th. Bound to Baltimore
and put In for a supply of coal. Off Jupiter Inlet,
at 10 P M, on the 29th, took a heavy northerly gale;
bore away lor this port at 10 A M on tho 1st, when
160 miles S of Hatteras. Off Indian Key passed tho
ship Moss Rose, of Liverpool.
Sehr D Talbot, Packard, Camden, Me, via More?
head City, N c-3 days from tho latter. Limo and
flay. To A McCobb, Jr. On the 1st in?t, off Gc urge
town, S C, saw sehr Magnolia, steering E, with furo
Scar Emma D Endicott, Endicott New York-ll
days. Hay. To the Mas'er, and Order.
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter, Palatka via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina, and Savannah. 66 bolos Cotton
10 bbls Whiskey, Mdze, ftc To J D Aiken ft Co, G
H Ingrahom ft Son, Cohen, Hanckel ft Co, W M Law?
ton, Jeffords ft Co, Piuckney bros, Hunt Bros, M G
ft Sons, J E Adger ft Co, J ft J D Kirkpatrick. M ft
S, M O B, J A Enslow ft Co, W G Muzyck.
Steamer Marion. Foster, Santee. 7 uc?i Sea Island
md 236 bales Upland Cotlou, 422 bids Rosin, 4 bbls
Spirits, and Sundries. To J Ferguson, W C Dukos
S: Co, Cart, Kopff ft Jervey, J R Prince, J M Cald?
well ft Son, Graeser, Leo, Smith ft co. Adams, Frost
t Co, Z Davis, G H Ingraham ft Sou, J A Quaoken
bush, O Reeder, G W Williams ft Co, H A Pritchard
fe Co. E fl Rodgers s Co, Ravonel ft Co, W C Bee 4
Do. Gaillard ft Minott, S L Howard ft Bro, A Butter
oeld, G E Prltchett S D Stoney, and Order.
Steamer Planter, White, chorow. 416 bales Cot?
ton, 91 bbls Bosln, ftc. To J Ferguson, Mowry ft
So, J ft J D Klrkoatriok, Kondall ft Dockery, Adams,
Frost 4 Co, G W Wilhams ft Co, E H Rodgers ft Co,
shackelford ft Kelly, J H Buggdtt ft Co, Mazyck
Bros, Z Davis, G H Walter ft Co, L D DeSaussuro, R
S Harney, Willis 4 Chisolm.
IN THE OFFING.
\ ship, unknown.
?teamship Saragossa, Crowell, Now York-Ravenel 4
steamship Charleston, Berry, Now York-Courtenay
4 Trei holm.
Norwegian bark KJcllestadt, Werge, Liverpool-R T
Brig Tangent, Rich, St Jago de Cuba-J A Enslow 4
Went to Sea Saturday.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York.
steamship Saragossa, Crowell, New York.
3rig rangent Rich, St Jago de Cuba.
5chr May Munrce, Munroe, a Port in Cuba.
From this Port.
Steamship Fatapsco, Neff, Now York, Feb 2.
Jritish ship Charleston, Williams, Liverpool, Jan 15.
Jhip Mary Ogden, Coldrcy, Liverpool, Jau 16.
?ark Leonidas, Howard, Liverpool, Jan 16.
?ritish bark The Queen, McNabb, Liverpool, Jan 13.
?ritieh bark David McNutt, McElheuny, Liverpool,
?panlsh brig Camilla, Mestres, Barcelona, Jan 9.
ipanish brig Maria, Sira, Port Mahon, Jan 8.
irlg Shannon, Sawyer, Havre, Jan 13.
Cleared for th 1M Port.
Ichr C E Raymond, Higgins, at New York, Jan 29.
Sailed for this Port.
Irittah ship Scdbergh, Kneale, from Liverpool, Jan i ,
The steamer Dictator, from Jacksonville aad Sa
annan, at this port, reports passing yesterday, off
I Helena, a ship hauled on the wind, bound appa
ently to this port.
The British steamship Pioneer, Shackiord, from
hiB port ot Liverpool, entered outward, Jan 14, tut
BROOKLYN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ISSUES ALL KINDS OF LIFF AND ENDOWMENT POLICIES-PART OF THE PRE?
MIUM loaned to the assured, and NO LOAN NOTE is a lien or c aim against the Policy in
case of death aftor two years.
DIVIDENDS ANNUALLY IN CASH.
This Company ?B the most liberal in the country, snd presents parlicular advantages and in?
ducements to Southern people.
OFFICE NO. 141 BROADWAY,
ITEW IrTOK/K: CITY.
WM. M. COLE, Secretary. CHRISTIAN W. BOUCK, President
flS-Parties desiring to insui or wanting appointments as canvassers or looal agents in the
City or State, apply to
' PPy HOLMES & WATIES,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
Office No. 4 South Atlantic Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
STOVES I STOVES! STOVES !
KOW Iii FOUR TIME !
Stoves so Cheap
THAT IT WILL
MAKE YOU LAUGH!
The Cheapest Stove Store Be?
tween the Potomac and the Bio
THE IMPROVED ORIENTAL. A LARGE ASSORTMKNT OF
Hall, Parlor and Cooking Stoves
Sheet Iron, Lead
Z:inc and Copper
Lead and Iron Pipe.
TB ROOFIVG ANO FLOW WORK
ATTENDED TO AT TEE SHORTEST NOTICE,
"GOOD SAMARITAN." AT
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.,
No. 16 BROAD-STIlFUT.
ACERTAIN, RELIABLE AND SPEEDY CURE
AND ALL KINDS CF
THROAT and LUNG DISEASES.
WARRANTED TO CURE.
A supply of this valuable preparation ls Just re?
ceived, and for salo by the
AGENTS IN THIS CITY,
L. CHAPIN & CO.,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS Di
DRUGS & CHEMICALS,
No. 20 Hayne-street,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
January 30 6
For the Handkerchief.
"WIGHT BLOOMING CEBELTS."
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND
FRAGRANT PERFUME, Distilled from tho
Raro and Beautiful Flower from which it takes
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PHALON & SON,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASE FOB PHALON'S-TAKE NO OTHER.
Sold by Druggists generally, and
8old at Wholesale by
GOODRICH, WI1MM & CO.,
January 21 . mthlyr
Xta Effect? are
It is thn UNFAILING REMEDY in all cases of
Neuralgia Facialis, often effecting a permanent cure
n less than twenty-four hours, from tho usc of no
nore thau TWO or TUREE PULLS.
No oth r form of neuralgia or Nervous Disease
ms falcd to yield to this
WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AU LINT.
Evcu In the severest cases nf Chronic Neuralgia
ind general nervous derangements-of many years'
itandlng-affecting thc entiro system, its use for a
cw day?, or a few weeks at the utmost, always affords
be most astonishiug relief, aud very rarsly fails to
iroduce a complete and permanent cure.
It contains no drugs or other materials in the
?lightest degree injurious, even lo tho most delicate
lystcm. and can ALWAYS be used with
It has long boen in constant use by many of our
MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS,
vho give it their unanimous and unqualified ap
Sent by mail on receipt nf price and postage.
Ono package, S1.00, p-staRC 6 cents.
Sixpackaees, COO, Postage 27 cents.
Twelve packages, 9.00, Postage 18 cents.
It is sold by all wholesale and retail dealers in
lrugs and medicines throughout the L'ulted States,
TURNER ?Se CO.,
No. 120 Tremont-etreet, Boston, Mass.
January C miBznos
PERUVIAN GUANO, DIRECT FROM AGENTS,
at market n .tes.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO, S75 ca?h ; 180 1st
November, wltL interest, approved city acceptance.
BAUGH'S PHOSPHATE OF LIMB, $60cash; SSS
1st November, 1 rith interest, approved city accep?
PHON1X GUI?O, SSS cash; $66 1st November,
with interest, approved city acceptance.
FLOUR OF EON IT, unadulterated and unburnt
FARMERS' I LASTER OR GYPSUM, warranted
In offering thu above Manures to Planters I do so
with every conti aence, not only having testimonials
from Planters M ho have used them the past year but
the further guarantee that every cargo, as it arrives,
ls analyzed by ?roi. SHEPAliD, ot the South Caro?
lina College, an> I the high reputation ot these Ma?
nures tully kept up. J. N. ROBSON,
NOB. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
January 1 wtm2mo
C0LGA?? & CO.
6 E R MAN
TH?. STANDARD OF
For Sale b r all Grocers. 3mo Januar Jl
GREAT BIALTB RESTORATIVE
BALM OF LIFE!
FOR ALL W?O ARE CONSUMPTIVE, OR ABE
SUSCEPTIBLE TO ANY IRRITATION OF THE
LUNGS, WS ETHER THE COUGH HAS BEEN
OF LONG CONTINUANCE, OR OF RECENT
raun ram SPE?
HAS RAPIDLY DISTINGUISHED ITSELF FOR
its won 1er ful restorative and curative qualities.
Under its simulative influence, and by its pen?
etrative agen iy, this health invigoiating cordial ex?
cites a gener. J beneficial reaction, and disperses the
Impermeable obstructions which prevent access to
other remedies. While gradually reducing the ac
companying ...onstriction which attends the malady,
it reproduces the essential warmth and elastic vigor
of the respratory vessels, which, by this remedial
combination promotes the healing process by which
relic:' and cu e ls effected.
Hemorrhages are arrested and cured, with every
other concur rent disorder.
Aa neither narcotic nor emetic properties of any
kind are employed in thia Pul rn onie Compound, and
the most sw iduous attention given to the quality
and medica! value of each component article which
constitute it it is confidently and conscientiously
recommend! d for Its soiety and reliability, without
restriction i n generous, whole soul* diet, or appre?
hension of renewed cold trow its offects.
For sale w holesalo and retail by tho Proprietress,
Mrs. CECILIA RODRIGUES, northwest corner of
MEETING AND SOCIETY-STREETS, and at the
PRICE SINGLE DOTTI.E $1.26.
November 12 tyr
PREVf .NTIO.V IS BETTER TH AH
Celebr&led Preventive Lotion.
API ROVKO AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
by the FRENCH MEDICAL FACUL'l Y as the only
sato and bxAtlliole auiiiWU against infection from
Special Di-ieasr.s. This invaiustjle preparation is
suited for ( ithcr sex, sud bas proved, from ample
experience, tho most efficient and reliable Preven?
tive! ever discovered, thus effecting s desideratum
lon?; sough t for in the Medical World. Ii used ac?
cording to directions every possibility of danger
may be avoided; a single application will radically
neutralizo the venereal virus, expel all impurities
from thc absorbent vessels, and render contamina,
tion imposable. Ee wiso in time, and at a very small
outlay, save hours ol untold bodily and mental tor?
This mo it reliable specific, so universally adopt?
ed in tl ie Old World, is now offered for sale for the
um* time iu America by F. A. DUPORT Si CO.,
only authorized Agents for the United States.
Price Sa per bottle. Large bottle, double size, $5.
The usual discount to the trade. Sent, se
curely packed, on receipt of price, to any address,
wi:h directions and pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A. DUPORT A CO.,
Sole Agents for Dr. Rirord's P. L.,
Hay 23 lyr No. li Gold Street, New York.
CHARL LISTON CITY RAILWAY COM.
OFFICE CH ABLE8T0N'CITY RAILWAY CO., 1
COBKXE BBOAB ABD EAST BAY fiXSESTB, [
CHABLXSTOH, So. CA., January Lt, 1868. j
SCHEDULE OF THE CHARLESTON CHT
Leave Upper Terminus Leave Lower Terminus
at 7.80 AM., and at inter- at 8 AM., and at inter?
vals of ten (10) minutes vals of ten (10) minutes
during the day till the during the day till 9 P.
last trip at 8.30 P.M. M
N.K-Leave the Battery on each hew from 8 A
M., to7 P. M Every other trip from the old Post
?pptr Ten>Hnus Leave Louer Terminus
at 7.30 A.M., and at inter- at 8.07 Ai--, and at inter?
vals of nftceo (16) minutes vals of flftt ea (16) minutes
during the day tul 8.15 during tilt-day t?l 9 P.M
N.B.-Leave the Battery thirty-seven (37) minutes
past each hour. Every other trip from the old Post
Upper Terminus I Leave the Lower Tarmi
at 9 A.M., and at inter- nu* at 9.30 A.M.. and at
vals of twenty (20) nun-1 Intervals of twenty (20)
utes till Three (3) o'clock | mlnut'i dil 3.30 P.M.,
P. M, when the interval I when the Intervalls every
ia every ten (10) minutes ten (10) rjinutes till 7.30
?U 7.00 P. M I P. M.
N.B.-AU the trips are to the Battery, until 6J20 P.
M. The last trip of each car to the old Poetoffice.
Leave Upper Terminus Leave Louer Terminus
at 9 AM, and at inter- at9.37A.M, and at Inter?
vals of every fifteen (16) vaia of every fifteen (l?)
minutes till 12o'clock M., minutes till 12.37 P.M.,
when the Interval ls every when the Interval ls every
thirty (30) minutes till thirty (30) minutes till
6.46 P.M 7.b0 P.M
N.B.-AU the trips are to the Battery, until 6.37 P.
M The last trip of each car to the old Poa to flee.
S. W. RAMSAY,
January 22_Secretary and Treasurer.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,)
CH?BT.PBTQW, S. C., October 3,18rt7. J
ON AND AFTER OCTOBER 6. 1887, THE PAS?
SENGER TRAINS on the South Carolina Rail?
road wiU nm as follows, viz :
Leave Charleston.10.40 A. M
Arrive at Augusta.7.40 P. M.
Leave Charleston.7.80 P. M
Arrive at Augusta.6.60 A M.
Leave Augusta.3.40 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.12.20 P. M
Leave Augusta.....4.10P. UL
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A M.
The 7.30 P. M. Train from Charleston, and the 4.10
P. M Train from Augusta, wi ll nut run on Sundays.
FOR COLUMBI 1.
Leave Charleston.4,30 A M.
Arrive at Columbia..1.10 P. M.
Leave Charleston.6.40 P. M
Arrive at Columbia.6.00 A M
Leave Columbia.10 00 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.7.06 P. M
Leave Columbi?.3.00 P. M
Arrive at CharLtston.8.20 A If.
The 6.40 P. M Train from Charleston, sad th? 3.00
P. M Train from Columbia, will not run on fian
Leave EingvUle.12.C5 P. M
Arri>e at Camden.2.40 P.M.
Leave Camdon..-..8.30 A M
Arrive at KingviUe.1L10 A. M.
These Trains wiU only run on Mondays, Wednes
atys and Saturdays.
CHARLESTON AND SUMMERVILLE..
For SummsrvUle.4.30 A M.
For Charleston.L28 A M.
For Summerville.10.40 A M
For Charleston.2.08 A M
Por Summerville.3.40 P. M
For Charleston.6.S6 A M.
For Summerville.6.40 P. M
For Charleston.7.10 A M
For Summerville.7.80 P. M
For Charleston.10-68 A M.
H. T. BEAU,
January 1_General Superintendent.
GREENVILLE ARD COLT^RJLtrMfAIL
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ON AND AFTER FRIDAY, DECEMBER ?TH
Passenger Trains will run daily, Sundays ex?
cepted, as follows :
Leave Columbia at.7.00 AM
Leave Alston at.8.66 A M
Leave Newberry ut..10.88 A. M
Arrive at Abbeville at. 3.30 P. M
Arrive at Anderson at.6.16 P. M.
Arrive at Greenville at.;.6.00 P. M
Leave Greenville it. ?.00 A. M.
Leave Anderson at.(?46 A M.
Leave Ahbevflle at...8.46' A M.
Leave Newberry at. L26 P. M
Arrive at Alston at.8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia at.6.00 P. M.
Trains on the Blue Ridge Railroad will also run
daily, Sundays excepted, connecting with the up and
down Trama on the Greenville and Colombia. Ball
road, as foUows : ,
Leave Anderson at.6.20 P.' UL
Leave Pendleton st.Vi.6.90 P. M
Arrive at Walhall* at.. .8,00 P. M
Leave Walhalla at...'. .4.00 A M
Leave Pendleton at.6.40 AM.
Arrive at Anderson at.6.40 A M
The Tndn will return from Belton to Anderson on
Monday and Friday Momingi. "
JAMT? a MEREDITH,
January 6 General Superintend*' t
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL
GENERAL SUPERI NTEND??NT'S OFFICE, )
8AVA5HAB * CnxaLZSTON RATLBOAD, >
CHABLEBTOS, December 31,1867.)
ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1 THE TRAINS
on the Savannah and Charleston Railroad will
run as follows :
Trains leave Charleston OJ Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, at 9 A. M., amving at Coosawhatchio
at 3.30 P. M.
Returning, leave Cooaawhatchie on Tuesday,
Thursdays and Saturdays, l t 7 A. M, arriva ? at
Charleston at L30 P. M
There is steam communication between tbe Com .
pony's wharf, at the foot of Mill-street, and the Rail?
road Depot on ie west side of the Ashley River.
JOHN S. RYAN,
January 1 Goners! Superintendent
NORTHEAV KR V RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, \
CHARLESTON. S. C., January 1,1868. j
THE PASSEN UER TRA .'NS ON THE NORTH?
EASTERN RAILROAD wul run daily as fol?
Leave Charleston.9.00 A. M
Arrive at Florence.2.30 P. M
Leave Florence.8.46 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.2.80 P. M.
These Trahis connect with the Trains of the. Wil?
mington and Manchester Railroad going North and
corning South, and with the Trains of the Cberaw
and Dax&ogton Railroad. 8. S. SOLOMONS,
January 1 Engineer and Superintendent
CHARLOTTE AND SOUTH CAROLINA
SUPERINTEND I NT ' S OFFICE, \
COLOTCBIA, S. C., October 6, 1867.)
ON AND AFTER OCIOBER 6TH THE TRAINS
over thia Road will mn as follows:
Leave Columbia at.1*? ?. g!
Arrive at Charlotte at.*M P. M.
Leave Charlotte at.?fia 2
Arrive at Columbia at.
Making close connection for all pouts North and
South, as follows: 1 40 P M
Leave Columbia.i AIM? vt
Leave Charlotte.sis A M
Arrive Richmond.fj? S "
Leave Bichmond.B IS A.* Sr
Arrive Baltimore.fT? ff
Arrive Philadelphia.kio P M
Arrive New Yoi k.? - - '???K??GHT,
january 6 _Superintendent.
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