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VOLUME TI.-NUMBER 815].
CHARLESTON, S. C., MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1868.
[EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK
Oar European Dispatches.
fBY ATLANTIC CABLE.]
THE WAE IN* AFRICA-THE HlTM ET SPAIN-THAIN
TS HOT WATEB-BISE TS COTTON. .
LONDON-, March 98.-The Abyssinian army
has commenced the ascent of the highlands.
It is regarded a difficult undertaking. The 1
sanitary report is favorable. Some mountain
passes are formidable.
Train was recently arrested on old street
railroad debts. The bankruptcy court, to which
train applied, rejected his schedule, denouncing
it as a farce.
The coal minera' riots at Charleroi are as?
suming alarming proportions.
MADBTD, March 28.-American newspapers,
even those addressed to Minister Hale, who
protests, have been suppressed in the mails.
LONDON, March 28.-American Securities
firmer and a fraction higher. Bonds quiet at
LIVERPOOL, March 17-Evening.-Cotton
closed buoyant; Uplands, lOjalOi; Orleaas, 10*
alO;; sales, 18,000 bales. Manchester advices
March 28-Noon.-Cotton buoyant and ex?
cited, sharp upward turn in prices; brisk
speculative demand; sales, 20,000 bales; Up?
lands, on spot, lOf; afloat, 10?al0|; Orleans,
10|. Breadatufis quiet. Provisions dull.
Evening.-Cotton closed active and excited
at a further advance; sales, 30,000 bales; clos?
ing, Uplands, 10$; Orleans, ll. Bacon, <L3s.
Naval Stores dull.
Oar Washington Dispatcher.
HANCOCK FOB THE PRESIDENT-IMPEACHMENT
GOSSIP-PILING THE WITNESSES-MEADE TS
ALABAMA-MEND THE CONSTTTU TION--THE
TWIN FLORIDA CONSTITUTIONS -PAT OB NO
WASHINGTON, March 29.-General Hancock
has been assigned to the command of the De?
partment of tho Atlantic.
Impeachment rumors are rife. It is the
general impression that the President's coun?
sel will move to dismiss the bill of im j 3ach
mentnpon th? ground that the charges and
replication contain nothing impeachable, it ?B
- also thought that Chief Justice Chase will sup
r port the motion. High Radical authority
boots at this.
It is confidently stated that Chase will take
no extreme ground, although he may claim
, the power of deciding all judicial points as at?
taching to his position, but that he will put
the qustion to the Senate and submit to their
Mr. Evarts has been in New York looking up
authorities, there being no arranged law li?
brary here, and no time for a ckme search. He
will return on Monday, and the counsel, having
been in the meantime separated, will have to
go into the Senate without a full consultation.
The President's counsel see no reason why
the trial should last more than two weeks.
Butler's speech is prepared. He treats the
matter in regular prosecuting-attorney style.
After Butler's speech, the managers will, to
use the expression of one of them, "pile in
General Meade writes to General Grant, un?
der the law requiring one-half of tho regis?
tered voters to vote upon the ratification of the
Alabama constitution. Ho saysthat he cannot
but look upon the result qi the recent elections
as an expression of the opinion that the regis?
tered voters do not desire restoration under the
constitution submitted to them, and in view of
the recent act of Congress, allowing a ma?
jority of the votes cast to ratify the constitu
-tion, he would prefer seeing the convention re?
assembled for the revision of the constitution,
and the revised constitution submitted under
the new law. He says: "I am of opinion that
a revised constitution, more liberal in its
terms and confined to the requirements of the
Reconstruction laws, would in Alabama-as I
have reason to expect it will be in Georgia and
y Honda- meet the approval of a majority of
the registered voters."
Two delegations from Florida, each with a
bran new constitution, are before the Recon?
struction Committee. One of the delegations
is largely represented hythe Massachusetts
and the other by the Wisconsin element The
Wisconsin party has the endorsement of Gene?
ral Meade and lorty-five signers, but the Mas?
sachusetts party claims that the delegates only
signed the Meade constitution, because other?
wise they could get no pay.
THE NEW MTT.TTABY D18TBICT-THE WHISKEY
BING-REJECTIONS OF UNIVERSAL SUFFBAGE-L
ANOTHXB SQUEEZE FOB ALABAMA.
WASHINGTON, March 28.-IN THE SENATE.
The President was ' asked whether he had es?
tablished any new military district sinco Au?
gust, and under what name.
The Tax Conference Committee's report was
rejected. Mr. Nye 6aid it would fill the peni?
tentiary with government officials. Mr. Howe
said that would be a good thing. Mr. Morrill,
of Maine, didn't behove that there was an
honest distiller in the Union.
IN THE HOUSE.-After unimportant proceed?
ings the Alabama question was resumed and
discussed at great length. A motion to table
was defeated-30 to 103. A motion to strike
out the second section was carried-72 to 33.
Mr. Stevens' amendment, universal suffrage,
was rejected without division. Mr. Spauldings
substitute was adopted-77 to 55. It declares
the Montgomery Constitution the fundamental
law of the provisional government. The offi
? eera recently elected to quality and enter upon
the discharge of their duties May first. The
Governor may convene the legislature elected
under said constitution. The legislature
shall possess all the powers conferred by the
Montgomery Constitution. The legislature
may submit the Montgomery Constitution to
qualified electors with or without amendments.
When a majority of electors, qualified under
the act of Congress of March 23d, 1867, have
adopted a constitution, and the legislature has
ratified the fourtes nth artiota of said constitu?
tion, it may be presented to Congress for ap?
proval. Laws to provide for more eflkient
government in the rebel States shall remain in
force in Alabama, except as modified by tbis
act, until Alabama is admitted to represen?
Politics In Louisiana.
NEW ORLEANS, March 28.-The Democratic
State Central Committee, haviDg considered
the impending election on the proposed new
constitution, and for officers thereunder, sub?
mit that ail citizens sympathizing with the
Democratic party, who are entitled to register,
be urged to do so, and vote against the adop?
tion of the constitution. They recommend
that present incumbents of all State, Congres?
sional, judicial, parochial and municipal offices,
so far as they are known to act in harmony
with the special purpose of defeating the con?
stitution, be placed in nomination, and voted
for as candidates for their respective offices.
Affairs in Virginia.
RICHMOND, March 28.-The United States
grand jory has found anew indictment against
Jefferson Davis. It covers fifty pages, and de?
tails all his offences since the opening of the
The convention is engaged on the education
report. An amendment for separate schools
for whites and blacks was laid on the table.
GALVESTON, March 29.-Astonishing revenue
frauds have been detected here. They were
committed by means of a bonded warehouse,
and have ramifications in New Orleans and
elsewhere. Several officiais are involved. In?
stead of tobacco and whiskey, there was found
in the warehouse four hundred barrels of water
and three hundred and fifty packages of a vil
ainous compound intended to ignite and de?
stroy the warehouse and the evidence of fraud.
The persons implicated have fled.
NEW TOBE, March 29.-Arrived, James
Adger, from Charleston.
NEW YOBK, March 28-Noon.-Gold 188J.
Sterling 9|a9?. Cotton active; decidedly firmer;
sales of 3000 bales at 26?a27c. Freights dull.
Evening.-Gold firm at 138$. Cotton active
and excitad; ?alo. better; sales 12,000 bales at
26?a27c, closing quiet; no buyers over 26jc.
Flour dull for all grades. Wheat closed droop?
ing. Corn dull; Western mixed S126al28.
Pork $25. Lard 15$al6Jc. Turpentine 64a65c.
Groceries quiet. Freights more active and a
BALTTMOBE, March 28.-Cotton active and
firm at 26c. Flour active and in better feeling;
not quotably higher. Wheat unchanged. Corn
firm; white $115; yellow $118al 20. Oats 85c
Rye 80c. Pork quiet. Lard 17c.
WILMINGTON, March 28.-Turpentine buoy?
ant at 62. Rosin advanced; strained $2 30;
palo $4 60. Cotton advanced Ljc.; Middlings
24*. Tar $2 05.
SAVANNAH, March 28.-Cotton opened firm,
and becamo excited, closing irregular; sales
1890 bales; Middling 25*a26. Receipts, 413
bales. Exports to-day, coastwise, 1552, and
112 bales Sea Islands to Liverpool; 3574 bales
Uplands, and 180 bales Sea Island.
MOBILE, March 28.-Cotton-market opened
at 25, and closed hard at 25*; sales 3300 bales.
Receipts, 338 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, March 28.-Cotton excited
and unsettled; sales 6000 bales; Middlings 2C*.
Receipts, 1067; exports, 228. Sugar-trime
15jal5$. Gold 140. Sterling, bank, 52*>5S.
Commercial 50Ja52. New York Sight ?c. pre?
POLITICS IN THE STATE.
' A meeting of the citizens of St. Matthew's
Parish and all persons interested in the events
now transpiring, and who desire to save the
country, will be held at the Washington Semi
ntry on Saturday, April ll, for the purpose of
organizing a Democratic club "to act in concert
with other portions of the State, and to assist
our friends of the North who are trying to save
us from 'Negro Rule and Military Despotism.' "
At the District Nominating Convention, held
on Saturday evening, B. F. Randolph was
nominated for senator, and W. J. McKinlay, T.
K. Sasportos, Francis Demars, Edward Cain
and James Mays, for representatives.
This district is fairly aroused, and clubs are
forming in every direction.
A Democratic club has been organized at
Calhoun's MUIB, with Dr. J. P. Reid as Presi?
dent. A correspondent of the Press nominates
Hon. B. F. Perry for Governor, and Hon. W.
D. Porter for Lieutenant-Governor, Wade
Hampton for Congress, and John N. Young for
the State tanate.
Mr. S. P. Boozer, in a letter to the Press, de?
clines to accept office until old Abbeville "dis
robeB herself of present disabilities and calum?
A Conservative Constitutional Club was or?
ganized at Unicnville on Tuesday.? Dr. J. H.
Dogan was elected President, and Gen. W. W.
Wallace, CoL R. Macbeth and Major B. H. Rice
vice-Presidents. The preamble to the consti?
tution is as follows:
We, a portion of the citizens of Unionville,
believing that the Southern people are true to
constitutional li berty, and are ready to adopt
any policy looking "to the honor and good of
the whole country, and recognizing then? duty
to sustain law and order, and maintain the
rights of all classes of the people, do hereby
protest against the vindictive and partisan
acts of Congress, as not only wrong in princi?
ple, oppressive in action, and ruinous to both
races, but a crime against civilization and hu?
manity, which it is thc duty of all good men
to discountenance and condemn; and we here?
by associate ourselves together under the fol?
lowing brief articles as our organic law.
A meeting of the conservative citizens has
been called at the courthouse on the first Mon?
day in April to nominate suitable candidates
for a senator and four representatives to the
legislature, from York District. Th e object of
this meeting is to secure a unanimity and a
concert of action among the conservative citi?
zens, and to select for the legislature men of
intelligence and probity, who can be trusted
and appreciated by all classes and conditions
of our citizens. The Enquirer supports the
movement, and says :
The matter of having the offices, created un?
der tho constitution that is to be, filled by
suitable and competent persons, is one of the
highest importance to the peace, good order
aod common welfare of every community. A
proper effort will secure this*. But all efforts
will be useless, unless we organizo and concen?
trate the common-sense element upon suitable
nominees, and then work to secure their elec?
tion as men only can work, who have every?
thing staked on the issue. It is a contest of
decency, character and competency, against
vice, ignorance ari hate. No man will be safe
if the latter class triumph in the local elec?
tions. If every man over twenty-one years of
age, who is qualified and has heretofore failed
to do so, and will also give his aid and his vote
in favor of the competent nominees of the con?
servative meeting, we may arrest some of the*
evilB that threaten us-fn tho future.
A meeting of citizens was held at Rock Hill,
on the 24th, and a spirited preamble and reso?
lutions were adopted, having in view the nomi?
nation of suitable candidates for the district at
large, for senator and members of the legisla?
Our special Sumter correspondent writes as
follows, under date of the 24th instant:
By the way, there is to be a grand "pow- 1
wow" on Saturday next, at which the mis-rep?
resentatives are to give an aocount of their
stewardsbip, and receive the congratulations
of their fellow citizens upon the termination of
their arduous and well-paid labors. The dis?
tribution of the loaves and fishes will follow,
as a matter of course.
I have noticed with much gratification, your
remarks upon the necessity of political organi?
zation. lu my bumble judgment, such or^ani
zation should not have been delayed so long.
Onr people seem to be awaking from their ap?
athy; and efforts are now being made to secure
a meeting at an early day, with a view to the
formation of some such association (combining
all the conservative elements) as that recently
inaugurated in Colleton, and perhaps other
portions of the State. We can thus at least
form the nucleus upon which to build up the
old Democratic party in the State, and although
possibly too late to make much impression on
the next elections (of which, however, I am by
DO means sure), we could still strengthen tho
hands of our friends at the North, and be in a
better position for contesting with the Radicals
every inch of ground hereafter. Somo such
demonstration seems to be actually necessary
to a proper understanding of our own position
by those friends who have heretofore acted in
concert with us, for, without it,. the action of
the late convention goes out as the voice of
the people of South Carolina.
1 he Columbia PhCDD?X contains a full report
of the proceedings of the Richland Democratic
Club, which waa organized at Columbia on
Thursday. The following are the principal
articles of the constitution:
ABT. ?.. The objects of the association shall
be to co-operate with the Democratic party of
the United States, for the purpose of perpetu?
ating a white man's government, maintaining
tho constitution and the Union, and preserving
our republican institutions, State and Federal,
in their original purity, as handed down to us
by our fathers.
ABT. 9. Any free white man of the age of
eighteen years, a resident of tho district, may
become a member by signing this constitution,
in a book to be kept for that purpose, or sending
in their letter asking membership, which let?
ter shall be filed by the secretary of the club.
The principal officers are as follows:
President- Captain Wm. B. Stanley.
Vice-presidents-John McKinzie, John
Meighan,*J. G. Gibbes, John Alexander, Dr. D.
W. Ray, J. G. Dykes, John Dent, W. H. Stack,
E. D. GiUmore, Preston Bookter.
Secretary-Richard O'Neale, Jr.
The proposition of a meeting at Newberry was
most heartily concurred ia, and it was moved
and seconded that delegates from all tho dis?
tricts of the State be invited to assemble in
convention at Columbia on Thursday next?"'
The Phoenix publishes some correspondence
between Captain J. P. Thomas and T. J. Rob?
ertson. Captain Thomas led off on tho 25th
instant and said:
In the address you made last ovening to tho
colored serenaders, am I correct in afhrming
that you said, in effect, as follows: That your
hearers must mark every man who goes up to
attend the Democratic meeting called tor
Thursday next; that such men were no friends
of theirs; that if they dared they would enslave
the colored man again to-morrow; that they
conceded no riglils whatever to the blackman.
Permit me to say that I, a private citizen, ad?
dress myself to you as one who is now in pubhc
hfe, and that ? desire to be satisfied that I
have not misrepresented your remarks.
In reply Mr. Robertson says:
My reply is: That I do not remember tho
precise words that I used, but they were to
this effect: That the Democrats were the po?
litical enemies of the colored man, and tho
party to be organized here on Thursday next
(26th) would deprive them of their political
rights if they could do so on to-morrow, which
would be worse than slavery-the ballot being
their only protection, eec.
Captain Thomas rejoined in a long letter, in
which he d inies the truth of the assertions
made by Mr. Robinson, and declares that the
South does not desire to re-enslave the negro,
and that the South is prepared to concede to
the colored people whatever rights they may
be entitled to under a high and enlightened
view of what humanity may suggest.
THE IMPEACHMENT TRIAL.
THE REPLICATION OF THE SOUSE OF RE?
THE SCENE ON TUESDAY.
FLAKS AND PREPARATIONS OF THE COUNSEL.
The Washington papers concur in reporting
a decided abatement in the impeachment ex?
citement during the proceedings of Tuesday
last. The crowd in the Senate galleries was
of reasonable dimensions, but there was a
smart falling off from the day previous. The
performance was evidently losing interest.
The ladies, with the penetration peculiar to
their sex, had been the first to discover this
fact, and many of them took good care to
bring their novels and magazines along, so as
to kill the time. The diplomatic circle seemed
to regard the affair as a bore; for there were
not over half a dozen persons in it.
After a message from the House, announ?
cing that they had agreed upon a " replica?
tion " to tho President's answer, we have again
the curtain raised by Mr. Wade, with all tho
officious zeal of a theatrical supernumerary.
The worthy Bergeant-at-arms, who has so far
been thc first and only victim of these proceed?
ings, is again made, by virtue of his office, to
go through tho solemn farce of proclaiming
"silence," when, in fact, nobody is making any
special disturbance, and then of announcing,
with gravity, " Tho managers of the House of
Representatives ;' "The House of Represen?
The managers appear at the Senate door,
make a graceful pause for an instant, as if con?
sidering the matter, or perhaps modestly wait?
ing to be invited to come forward, and then,
walk up to their table.
Mr. Boutwell then rose and read tho "repli?
cation " of the House as follows : /
REPLICATION by the House of Representatives of the
United States to thc answer of Andrew Johnson,
President of the United states, to thc articles of
impeachment exhibited against him by thc House
The House of Representatives of the United
States have considered the several answers of
Andrew Johnson, Presideut of the United
States, to the several articles ot impeachment
against him, bv them exhibited in the name of
themselves and of all the people of tho United
States, and reserving to themselves all ?dvan
tage cf exception to the insufficiency of this
answer, to each and all of the several articles
of impeachment exhibited against said Andrew
Johnson, President of the United States, do
denv each and every averment in said several
answers, or either of them, which denies or
traverses tho acts, intents, crimea, or misde?
meanors charged against said Andrew John
Bon in 6aid articles of impeachment, or either
of them; and for replication to the Baid answer
do say that tho said Andrew Johnson, Presi?
dent of tho United States, is guilty of tho hiph
crimes and misdemeanors mentioned in said
articles, and that the Houso of Representa?
tives are ready to prove the same.
The question before the court now waa Mr.
Reverdy Johnson's motion to allow ten days to
tho President in order to prepare for trial.
Thereupon Mr. Sumner comes forward with a
proposition very happily illustrative of the
rigid impartiality, gravity and conscientious?
ness with which he, pursuant to his oath, eits
iu the cause. He submits an order to go on
with the trial at once, so as jot to allow one
hour to tho President's counsel for prepara?
tion. Mr. Edmunds, of Yermont, more studi?
ous of appearances, moves the Senate to retire
for consultation. The vote on this is taken by
yeas and nays-the ultras generally voting uot
to retire; but tome who thus voted have not
ranked heretofore as pledged to convict any
how. Mesara. Anthony, Corbett, Fessenden,
Fowler, Frelinghuysen, Grimes, Henderson,
Boes, Williams and others vote t< retire, and
the motion is carried by a conederable ma?
The Senate stayed out two hoirs, and the
galleries proceeded to chat, lun<h, improve?
ment of their minds by reading, flrta?on, bet?
ting on the time to be allowed, aid Jther ra?
tional and appropriate avocations, ard euch as
anybody might be expected to indulge in under
Bindiar circumstances between the a,ta of a'fiv6
act drama. Members of the House rdapsed into
noisy talk, and thus disobeyed tte order to
The Senate is back, the historical attitudes
are resumed, and the decision announced. Tho
President's counsel, who day before yesterday
stated on their personal honor thafchey need?
ed thirty days in order to prepare fe trial, that
they had been obliged to trench non Sunday
in order to make ready their aDfwr, are to be
limited to five working days! On Monday (to?
day) they must be ready, and the trill go on
"with all convenient dispatch." Tte temper
and spirit of this order cannot 'be mistaken.
It ia obvious that a majority of the Snate have
not only prejudged the case, but hive become
careless and defiant even of the form of justice.
WHAT WAS DONE IN THE 8ECBET 6E3I0N OF THE
The well informed Washingtoncorrespond
ent of the Baltimore Sun, writinpon Tuesday
night, gives tho following account of what the
High Court of Impeachment said and did du?
ring its secret consultation:
From conversation and inquiry anong sen?
ators to-night it is gathered that th) proceed?
ings which took placo in secret sssion tb is
afternoon are about as follows: Af tr retiring
into thc marble room, the Chief Jlsticc, who
is very precise, and adheroa to all he formali?
ties, stated that the first question or senators
to decide was upon the amendmeib submitted
by Mr. Sumner (to proceed at ace with the
trial ) to the motion made by Mi Johnson to
grant an extension of ton daye^ime to the
Mr. Johnson then spoke in favcr ot allowing
a reasonable time to the counsl U prepare
for the defence, and modified hs oiler so as
provide that tho trial should omnonce on
Thursday, the second day of April. The de?
bate on the matter was pretty gene-1, a large
number of the senators participate, buf 110
one speaking moro than a few minuss.
Mr. Sumner was very emphatic ii insisting
that no delay at all should be penitted, not
even an hoar, as did also Mr. Howad, who, by
tacit consent, soems to have tcome the
mouth-piece of the 2.40 members f tho high
Mr. Wilhams submitted an ord: and advo?
cated it as the most proper way trproceed, to
postpone tho further consideration of tho ap?
plication for time until tho mangers should
open their case and submit their videuco, but
it was rejected by forty-two negaivea to nine
affirmatives; the yeas being Mears. Anthony,
Chandler, Dixon,* Grimes, Hann, Howard,
Morgan, Patterson, of Tenne&e, and Wil?
There waa great contrariety of opinioi aa to
the probable effect of this tcotira, ant many
of those voting on the same Bile dil so for
directly opposite reasons. After a pntty full
interchange of opinion the 2.40 memiers be?
came convinced that they could not arr y tho
Mr. Conklin, to 'lessen th? evil, no ved to
amend the motion of Mr. Johrson b striking
out Thursday, April 2, and irsertin Monday,
Mr. Sumner called for tho yeas and nays,
when the amendment was adoptee7aa follows:
Yeas-Mean. Cameron, Chatte Chandler,
Colo, Conklintr, Connese, Cragin,Drake, Fer?
ry, Harlan, Howard, Howe, Morg?, Morrill 0
Maine, Morrill of Vermont, Mortn, Nye, Pat?
terson of New Hampshire, Ponyoy, Ramsey,
Ross, ?towart, Sumner, Thayer. Tipton, Wil?
ley, Wilhams and Wilson-28.
Nays-Messrs. Anthony, Baird, Buckalow,
Corbett, Davis, Dixon, Boolite, Edmunds.
Fesaenden, Fowler, Frelinghrsen, Grimes,
Henderson, Hendricks, Johnaa, McCreery,
Norton, Patterson of Tonnes?, Saulabury,
Sherman, Sprague, Trumbull, 'tn Winkle and
Not Voving-Messrs. Wade ax Yates-2.
Mr. Sumner then withdrew be substitute
submitted by him in open Bessie.
Mr. Hendricks then offered 1 amendment
that the Senate proceed with tb trial with all
convenient dispatch; which wasgreedto, and
the secrect consultation then ered.
THE PLANS AND PBEPABATIONB r THE MANA?
GERS AND OF THE PB ES ID ENT COUNSEL.
The same correspondent writg on Thurs?
day night, two days later, says :
It is reported that the House tanagers will
endeavor to close their case on luraday next.
They have arranged the record vidence, and
think they can get through withhe witnesses
in two or three days. The arguent for the
prosecution will be opened t Butler and
closed by Bingham.
The President's counsel will, ndoubt, intro?
duce a large number of precedes in the his?
tory of the government to shoshe power of
the Executive to remove subordate officers,
even during the session of the mate. They
have divided the work accordingo the special
heads of the defence, and will pnare the lists
of the witnesses on Friday to istain their
case. The witnesses for the dence will bo
very numerous. Secretary Stanh will be call?
ed to the stand to exhibit his crontials, with
a view of showing that ho was it appointed
by President Johnson. Tho spedies of lead?
ing Republican Senators will alBoe prcsonted
and proved, to sustain the positn that tho
Tenure of Office bill waa not intcled to apply
to any of tho members of tho prent Cabinet.
The Impeachment Managers say ia: they will
close the prosecution in four as, including
thc examination of witnesses. ?ch of their
evidence will be documentary, wbh j's expec?
ted to be admit'ed by tho defencwithout re?
quiring formal proof.
The Preaideut has not solcctcan attornoy
to fill the placo ot Judge Black ono of hid
counsel in thc impeachment triahnd it is un?
derstood Mr. Johnson docs not pposo to re?
tain any other counsel than tl gentlemen
who appeared for him on Tucsda.mst.
There is a report to-night, whiccomesfrom
a respectable source, that JudgChase, upon
reflection and full examination o?e Constitu?
tion aud the discussion upon its hnation and
adoption, haa concluded l?s fuuions as pre?
siding officer of tho Senate, win trying a
President on impeachment, are i the nature
of those of a judge pre8iding upi the bench;
that therefore it ia his provinceo decide all
legal quoationa that may be rabi by either
the prosecutors or tho accused, inle progress
of the trial. Aud it is further et;el that this
matter baa been considered and icussed in?
formally by the Supremo Court 'ulges, who
coincide with the Chief Justice athe views
above set forth.
BALTTMOEE AND B BEATEN UNITED-3NTHC5?I
A8TTC DEMON.STKATION.-A great iononstra
tion occurred in Baltimore on Tursday in
honor of the arrival of the fir?t samship of
the direct line just established beteen Balti?
more and Bremen. Tho Baltimore kn says:
The celebration of yesterday TS a grand
exhioition of tho universal interest ?lt by the
people of Baltimore in an event whh tbev re?
gard as a great epoch in the commeial histo?
ry of this community. There hasever been
an illustration before on a scale ofreater di?
mensions, and embracing such a vaety of ii
fluencea, as that which called fortthe mag?
nificent civic and mititary parade ofesterdav,
and which crowded the principal thoughfares
of the city with enthusiastic apectate. Whilst
those at a distance may think it singe that
such imposing ceremonies aa took>lacc here
yesterday Bhould be aroused by ie arrival
here of a pioneer vessel of tho Bahiore and
Bremen line, the true signiricancef thia re?
markable demonatration ia to be fond in the
conception pervading all classes of lie com?
munity of tho great commercial advitagea to
be realized from tho union by steamhe of the
ports of Europe with thia thc most attiguous
point among Atlantic seaports to DC great,
populous and productive interior triona of
thia country, with which we are B satiated by
direct and" important railroad lineiand cot
DRAKEFORD-H4TLE-On thu 10th instant, at
the residence of L. B. STEPHENSON, by the Bev. J.
G. RICHARDS, Captain J. J. DBAEEFOBD to Miss
LAURA J., daughter of the late Colone! J AMER C.
ll .UTE , all of Sershaw District
jf?-THE ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT OF
THE COLLEGE OF CHARLES! DN w?l be cele?
brated at the College Chapel I Ms Evening, at 8
o'clock. The Honorable the Pre:ddent and Board
of Trastees, and the Honarable t ie Mayor and City
Council of Charleston, and the pi iblic generally are
invited to attend.
THE EXEBCISSS WILL BE All FOLLOWS:
1. Prayer-By the Bight Bev. Fiehop Wightman.
2. Oration, with a Valedictory jiddress, The Ori?
gin of Language-By Edwi i Parker Frost, a
Candidate for toe Baccalaun ate.
3. Oration, with Valedictory Ad iress, Self Culture
-By Williams. Julien Je:Tey, a Candidate
for the Baccalaureate.
4. Oration, An Aim in Life-By Everett C. Edger?
ton, a Candidate for the Mai ter's Degree.
5. Braiidas, an Historical Essa j-By Thomas W.
Olen, a Candidate for the Meister's Degree.
6. Degrees Conferred, and Address by the Presi?
7. Benediction-By the Bishop.
>.. B.-The exercices of the Collo ge will be resumed
on Wtdnesday, 15th April.
March 30 1 ? ecretary Faculty.
S3- NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
ninety, days after dato hereof application will l>e
made at the Southwestern Ba:In a i Bank, in the City
of Charleston, for the renewal ii the foUqwing Cer?
tificates of Capital Stock, issued in tho narho "G. A
GLENN," of Newberry, S. C., to sit:
Certificate, number and date nc t ascertain able, for
eight Shares in tho Strath Caroli: ia Railroad Compa?
ny and thc Southwestern Railroac: Bank.
Certificate No. 4083, dated 10th February, 1864, for
four Shares in tho same.
Certificate, number and date nut asccrtainable, for
twelve half Shares in the Sout'i Carolina Railroad -
Newberry, 28th February, 18G8,
February 29 lamoS
BS- BREAST MILK.-CC MSTOCK'S RA?
TIONAL FOOD is by analysis Un same in its chcml
al elements os healthy mother's m 'llc, and is the easi?
est of digestion and assimilation ct all nourishments
for infanta, invalids and dyspeptics.
Samples to Physicians gratis. Sold by Druggists
and Grocers. G. W. COMSTOCK. NO. 67 Courtland
Btreet, New York. DOWIE 4 MOISE,
General Southern Agents,
March ll wfml2 Charleston. S. C
JO-IN WASHINGTON, D. C., MORE THAN
THBEE THOUSAND BOTTLES of tho celebrated
PALMETTO HAIR RENEWER vas'sold at.retail in
December last, and tho cry ls sill for more. Asa
Restorer and Dressing it has no uqual. Try it once
and be convinced.
For sale by all Druggists.
DOWIE & MOISE,
General Agents, Charleston. S. C.
March 9 mwfl2
?SSTFIRE DEPARTMENT.-FOR THE
better government of thc Fire Department, the
Boord of Firemasters have fonied THREE FIRE
DISTRICTS within the city, which will go into ope?
ration on the first of April:
DisTBicT No. 1-Wards Nos. 1 md 3.-The follow?
ing Engines will do fire duty in these Wards-Steam?
ers PALMETTO, YOUNG AMERI CA, rHONDC, and
Hand-engines VIGILANT and GERMAN.
DISTRICT No. 2-TFard* Nos. 2 and 4.-Steamers
iE INA, PIONEER; Hand-engin 28 HOPE, STONE?
WALL, and CITY ENGINES Nos. 6 and 7.
Meeting-street, from Calhoun to South Bay, tho
dividing Une, East and Wost
DiBTBiCT No. 3- Wards Nos. 5, (1,7 and 8-Steamers
WASHINGTON, MARION; Hand-engines EAGLE,
and CITY ENGINES Nos. 8 and H.
Calhonn-strcet the dividing lino. North and South.
HOOK AND LADDER COMPANIES Nos. 1 and 2
will run to all fires.
Tne peal of St Michael's will bc discontinued and
the Wards struck.
If assistance is needed from any of the other dis?
tricts other than where the fire may be, the Waru
will be struck requiring the attention of engines in
If tho fire should be an extended one, and the
services of the entire department required, the
alarm bells will be struck twelve times.
The members of all companies are required to re?
pair to their respective engine houses, subject to the
rules of their companies.
Any company violating the above regulations
will be subjected to a fine of one hundred dollars.
By order of the Board of Fire Masters.
M. H. NATHAN,
March 20 15 Chiel Fire Department
OS-CTIY TAXES.-OFFICE OF THE CIYT
TREASURER.-Under tho Ordinance to Baise Sup?
plies for 1868, Tax-payers ore ii formed that, during
the present month, Taxes on leal Estate must be
paid; also, the Income tax specified In the first sec?
Tho fifth section reads
"Any person or persons, or corporations, failing to
pay the taxes in the marmor ind at tho times herein?
before prescribed, may be double taxed at the option
of Council. And it shall be tbe duty of the City
Treasurer to forthwith issue executions against the
goods, chattels, and other property of said person*
or corporations, and lodge tho said executions with
the City Sheriff, who shall immediately proceed for
the collection of thc same, in the manner provided
by 0rdinace8 for the enforcement of executions."
Office hours from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.
S. TIIOM.U3, City Treasurer.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAX
PA Y EES.-MA?OB'S OF? ICE, CHARLESTON,
FEBRUARY 24,18C8.-Tho lo! owing notice is here?
by published for tho inforniaticn of all persons con?
Whereas, m?ny of tho tax-payers of the City of
Charleston have not met their clues on the 15th inst.;
And whereas the care of the city, the property and
health, comfort and lives ol the people demand a
proportionate contribution from each for tho general
good, it is proclaimed that thc delinquents must
promptly come forward, or bc proceeded against ac?
cording to law.
By order of thc Mayor.
WM. W. BURNS, Mayor.
W. H. SsnxH, Clerk of Council.
NOTICE.-OFFICE OF CITY TREASUBER,
CHARLESTON, S. C., 3d January, 13G8.-Holders of
Coupons of the Fire Loan Bonds of tho City of
Charleston, are notified that those duo on the 1st
instant will be poid on pres-ratation at tin; First
National Bank in this city.
S. THOMhS, City Treasurer.
OS- THE GREAT PRESERVER OF
HEALTH. - TABRANT'S EFFERVESCENT SELT
ZEB APERIENT can always bo relied upon as a
pleasant, mild, speedy and positive cure in all cases
of Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Sick Head?
ache, IndigCbtion, Sour Stomach, Liver Complaint.
Biliousness, Flatulency, Fullness of Blood, and all
Iuilamatory Complaints wher* a gentle cooling ca?
thartic is required; so says tho Chemist, so says the
Physician, so soys the great .Lmerican Public of tho
Heed ye them, and bc not without a bottle in thc
house. Before life is imperilled, deal judiciously
wi th the symptoms ; remember that the slipLt internal
disorders of to-day may become an obstinate incura?
ble disease to-morrow.
Manufactured only by the sole proprietor?, TAR
BAST & CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 278 Green?
wich and No. 100 Warren streets New York.
Sold by all Drugeists. 3mo February 22
MS" A-A-A-A-A-TEE BEST DYSPEP?
TIC BITTLES now In usc are PANKNIN'S Hepatic
Bitters. They never fail to give rebel'. Try a bottle,
and be convinced. For sale by all Druggists. m
?- NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LINE.-Consignees per steamship
MANHATTAN, from New York, are notified of her
cargo being This Day discharged at Adgcr's South
Wharf. All goods remaining on the dock at sunset
will be stored at Consignees' risk and expense.
March 30 1 JAMES ADC EE k CO.
J93-GENERAL TAX OFFICE, FIRE PROOF I
BUILDING.-SPECIAL NOTICE.-Tho attention o' j
delinquents for returns of commissions received
by Brokers, Vendue Masters, Factors, Commis?
sion Merchants, dealers in Exchange (Foreign or
Domestic), or in Mortgages, Bonds, and other nego?
tiable papers, ls respectfully directed to instructions
received at this office, from Headquarters Second
Military District, viz:
"That taxes must be paid on commissions receiv?
ed, Losses will not be taken into consideration."
FLEETWOOD L ANNEAU,
Tax Collector St Philip and St Michael.
March 30 1
JO" REMOVAL NOTICE.-WM. MAT
THTESSEN has removed his Clothing House from
No. 219 King-street to No. 291, at the Corner of I
Wentworth street, where he is opening an elegant |
supply of SpriDg Clothing and Furnishing Goods for
Men and Boys, 12 March 28
ta- TN EQDTT Y-CHARLESTON, S. C.-EX
PABTE, HENEY COBIA, JAMBS M. CABSON AND
OTHERS.-OBDEB.-Upon hearing the report of j
JAMES TUPPER, Master in Equity, it ia ordered
that the same bo confirmed. It is further ordered
that WILLIAM B. HERIOT, LEWIS D. MOWRY,
JOHN B. DUKES, E. MORELAND and WIL?
LIAM THAYER, be appointed Trustees of the
BELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION, with the powers
and for the purposes specified in the petition ;
Provided, that this order shall not be operative
against the Stockholders who are not parties to these
proceedings, until after they are called in by the
Master, by public advertisement, for thirty days, to
signify their assent or dissent to this order. It is
further ordered, that after thc expiration of the time
fixed for the publication of the notice, the Stock?
holders who dissent from the appointment of the
said Trustees, shah have an additional time of thirty
days to go beforo some Chancellor, and state their
objections to tho said appointment.
[Signed,] J. P. CARROLL,
13th March, 1S68.
OFFICE OF THE MASTER ru EQCITT, )
Charleston, S. C., 20th March, 1868. )
La pursuance of the foregoing order of Chancellor
CARROLL, the Stockholders of the BELIEF LOAN
ASSOCIATION, who are not parties to these pro?
ceedings, oro hereby notified to come in on or before
the twenty-first day of April, 1868, and signify their
assent or dissent to thc said order.
March 23 m5 Master in Equity.
?3- SOUTH CAROLINA, CHARLESTON
DISTRICT-IN CHANCERY.-OFFICE OF THE
REGISTER IN EQUITY.-RT. BEV. P. N. LYNCH,
D.D., vs. PETER GREEN AND OTHERS-BILL
FOB SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE.-It appearing to
my satisfaction that PETER GREEN and PATRICE
TAREEN, two of the defendants in this cause, are ab?
sent from and reside beyond the Umita of this State,
so that the ordinary process of the Court cannot be
served on them, on motion of M. P. O'CONNOR,
Esq., Complainant's Solicitor, Ordered that the said
defendants, PETER GREEN and PATRICE GREEN,
do appear and plead, answer or demur to thia bill
within forty days from the publication of this Order,
an Ordor pro confessa will be granted and entered
against them. JAMES L. GANTT,
Registrar in Equity, Charleston District
March Gth, 1868. lelOd-4 March 7
JO"AUDITOR'S OFFICE, SOUTH CARO?
LINA RAILROAD COMPANY, CHARLESTON,
S. C., March 21st 1868.-Holders of the past due
Six Per Cent Bonds of thia Company, and also of
those maturing in October, 1863, are respectfully in?
formed that the Company is prepared to give in ex?
change for tho same new Bonds bearing interest at
the rate of Seven Per Cent, per annum, on presen?
tation at the office of the Auditor, John-street where
the exchange will be made. J. B. EMBRY,
March 21 Auditor.
JO-NOTICE-ON AND AFTER SUNDAY,
the 29th instant a LINE OF OMNIBUSES will leave
the King-street Terminus of the City Ballway for
MAGNOLIA every hour from 9 AM. to 2 P. M., and
every half hour from 2 P. M. to 6 P. M.
On Sundays from 9 AM to 2 P.M. every half hour,
and from 2 to OK P. M. every quarter hour.
jO-Ihe Omnibuses can be hired by Marooning or
Pic-Nic Parties, upon reasonable terras, upon appli?
cation to the proprietors.
March 27 5 H. GRAHAM & CO.
JO" CIRCULA R.-THE EXTENT TO
which tho adulteration of Liquors is carried on in
this country makes it the duty of the purchaser to
investigate the merits of the article offered for sale.
It ia a weU known fact that many or the Brandies,
Wines, &c are manufactured from French extracts,
essential oils and alcohol, which is poisonous, there?
by causing many injurious effects.
The public is justly suspioious of nearly every?
thing put up for sale under the name of Liquors and
the trade has been brought into disrepute, and in
order to Insure to those who desire a Pure Article, it
is only necessary for us to say that vre Import Direct
all Brandies, Wines and Gins, and warrant them per?
fectly pure, as originally imported.
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 275 King-street, Charleston, S. C.
March 16 Branch ot No. 900 Broadway, N. Y.
SST WHEATON'S OINTMENT WILL CURE
WHEATON'S OINTMENT will cure Salt Rheum.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures Old Sores.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures all Diseases of
jPrice 60 cents; by m~.ll CO cents. AU druggists
seU it. WEEKS k POTTER, Boston, Proprietors.
of Correspondents, au authorized Postoffice messen?
ger, will, until further notice, be found daily (except
Sundays) at the hours given below, at the office of the
City Railroad, corner of East Bay and Broad Streets,
ta receive and convey to the Postoffice letters and pa?
pers intended for the moils, viz :
For the South Carolina Railroad Malls-Augusta,.
Savannah, and Western, from 8 A. M., to 9 A. M.
For the South Carolina Railroad Mulls-Columbia
and Greenville, from 3 P. M., to 4 P. M.
For the South Carolina Railroad Mails-Augusta
and Western, from 5 P. M., to 6 P. M.
For tho Early Morning Malls-from 7 P. M. to 8
P. M. STANLEY G. TROTT, P. M.
JO-NEW MARRIAGE GUIDE.-AN ESSAY
for Young Men. on Physiological Errors, Abuses and
Diseases, incident to Youth and Early Manhood,
which create impediment* to MARRIAGE, with sure
means of rebel. Sent in sealed letter envelopes free
of charge. Address Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
January 31 3mos
JO" BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
splendid Harr Dye is the best lu the world; the
on!y true and perfect .Dye; harmless, reliable,
instantaneous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints; remedies the iU etlects or bad dyes; invigo?
rates and lcavrs the hair soft and beautiful black or
brown. Sold bv all Druggists and Perfumers; an
properly applied at Batcbelor'a Wig Factory, No
Bond-street, New York. lyr January
T1IJK BENN JETTS VIL LE JOURNAL
Tb POHLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING
!. at BcinettsviUc, S, C., m the eastern portiou
of the .State, by STUBBS At LITTLE, Proprietors,
and offer superior iuducements to Merchants and
all others who wish to e-tend their business in this
Hection of the Pee Vee country- We respectiuUy
solicit the patronage ol .mr Charleston trieuds.
Terni*-33 per at mun, invariably i" advane.-. Ad?
vertisements inserted a' very reasonable rates.
WASTED TO CHARTER.
-jrp. VESSEL, CAPACITY 100 to 110 THOU
figj SAND FEET LUMBER, to load for a
jjHg&P Northern port Apply to
5e?=S. JOHN H. HOLMES,
March 30_1_Boyce & CO.'B Wharf. 1
??rv THE Al BRITISH SHIP 8EDBERGH,.
WILLIAM ENT.AT.T-. Master, wffl hare dis
ter^THm For Freight engagements, apply to
1 ATTERS ON fr STOCK,
March 30 South Atlantic Wharf.
rfrv THE FIRST-CLASS AMERICAN SHEP
jffljjO "GRAHAM'S POLLY," CHABLIS BURGESS
?JlgjKy Master, having two-thirds of her argo on
- ' w board, will meet with quiet: dispatch, i
For Freight engagements or Passage, hiving supe?
rior accommodations, apply to
PATTERSON A STOCK,
March 30_South Atlantic Wharf.
r-rrv THE FINE BRITISH BABE "ARBI
fBBflS TRATOR," IBWIK, Master, having a por
ZJMg hon of her cargo engaged, will meet with
T dispatch for the above port
For Freight engagements apply to
March 25_6 ROBERT MURE fr CO.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
MTHE FAST SAILING SCHOONER 0. C.
PETTTNGTLL, ALLEX Master, wants five
hundred bushels to complete cargo, and
wiU have dispatch for above port
For Freight engagement? apply to
RISLEY fr CREIGHTON.
Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay.
March 30 1
MEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LINE.-FOB NEW YORK.
>fc<f-*a?B? THE ELEGANT SIDE WHF.KL
V^KlHRS STEAMSHIP " MANHATTAN, "
??ffi1}<4W& Captain WOODHULL, will leave
uJrr- - tM-iLm, Adger's South Wharf for the abovo
port on Wednesday, 3d April, at 2 o'clock, P. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMES ADGEB & co..
Corner East Bay and Adger's South Wharf,
March 30 3 Up Stairs.
FOR NEW YORK.
REGULAR LINE STEAMERS.
A^f?Sgm. THE STEAMSHIP SARAGOSSA,
jf?Ptl?f xj? Captain M. B. CEO WELL, wiU leave
^?^JT?MK YaPderhorst'a Wbarf, on Saturday,
=^t??Apnl-, 1868, at-o'clock.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
March 30_RAVEN EL fr CO., Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE AT GREATLY RE?
jjyf^t^- SIE AMERS OF THE ABOVE
hne leave Tier No. 42, North River,
??Zh?i&'/VtC* foot of Canal-street, Now York, at
=^S~=?2??i-! 12 o'clc-k noon, of the 1st, 11th
and 21st of every month (except when these dates
fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding).
Departure of 1st and 21st connect at Panama with
steamers for South Pacific and Central American
ports. Those ot 1st touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of ll th of each month connecta with
the new steam lino from Panama to Australia and
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to AsplnwalL ?
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or farther information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf,
foot of Canal-street, North River, New York.
March 14_lyr F. B. BABY, Agent
STEAM TO LIVERPOOL.
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN.
JtSrM^m THE INMAN LINE, SAILING
S/%?sf?xX*? SEMI-WEEKLY, carrying the U.
^^Jj^yjj s- Maila, consisting of the following
CITY OF PARIS,
CITY OF BALTIMORE,
OCTY OF WASHINGTON,
CITY OF BOSTON.
Sailing every Saturday and every alternate Monday,
at 1 P.M., from Pier No. 45 North River, New York.
BATES OF PASSAGE,
BT THE .wtTT. BTE AMERS SAILDrO EVERY SATURDAY.
Payable in Gold. Payable in Currency.
1st Cabin to London.. 105 Steerage to London... 85
1st Cabin to Paris-.... 115 Steerage to Paris.40
Passage by the Monday steuners-First Cabin $90,
gold; Steerage $30; payable in U. S. currency.
Rates of passage from New York to Halifax; Cabin.
.20, Steerage, $10; payable in gold.
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Barn burg,
Bremen, frc, at moderate rates.
Steerage passage from Liverpool and Queenstown,
$40 currency. Tickets can be bought here by par?
sons sending for their friends. .
For further information apply at the Company's
offices. JOHN G. DALE, Agent,
No. IS Broadway, New York.
February 20 6mo
FOR EDISTO AND ROCKVILLE.
m . ?iffi^a? THE STEAMER ST. HELENA,
?BpBB&SS Captain D. BOYLE, will receive
freight Thu Day, and leave To-Morrov Morning at 9
o'clock and Edlsto Wednesday Morning at 10 o'clock.
For Freight or Paaaage, apply on board, or to
JOHN H. MURRAY, Market Wharf.
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA,
BY CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH STEAM
PACKET LINE, VIA BEAUFORT, HILTON
HEAD AND BLUFFTON.
_ _^rr^W THE STEAMER ?PILOT BOY,"
JUB3?3m Captain W. T. MCNELTY, will leave
Charleston every Monday Night, at 12 o'clock, and
Savannah every Thursday Morning, at 7 o'clock.
All Way Freight, also Bluftton Wharfage, must be
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JOHN FERGUSON, Accommodation Wbarf.
FOR PALATE A, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S
, .?JT^w STEAMERS DICTATOR AND
M^tPTyrTTY P0INT> ^h leave Charleston
every Tuesday and Friday Evenings, at 0 o'clock,
for above (laces, and Savannah every Wednesday and
Saturday, at 3 o'clock P. M.
Steamer DICTATOR, Capt L. M. COXXTTZR, saSs
Steamer CITY POINT, Capt. S. ADKINS, sails Fri
For Freight or Passage apply on board or at ornee
of J. D. AIKEN fr CO., Agents,
Januarv 3 South Atlantic Wharf.
OFFICE CHERAW AND DARLINGTON
RAI i.ROAD COMPANY.
CHERAW, MARCH ?}. 1868.
ON AND AFTER THIS DAY THE 1V.AIN8 ON
this Road will run as follows:
Leave Florence daily (Sundays excepted) at 7.45 P.
M-after arrival of trains from Charleston and Ring?
ville-and arrive at Chcraw at 10.30 P. M.
Leave Cheraw on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
da^ s at 8.00 A. M., and arrive at Florence at 11.00
Leave Cheraw on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur?
days at 12.30 A. M. (at night), and arrive at Florence
at3.00 A. M., in time to connect with Trains for
Charleston or Kins ville.
Passengers tor Wilmington will take the 8.C0 A M.
Train from Cheraw. S. s. SOLOMONS,
j85J*The Darlington. Florence, Beunettsvile, che?
raw, and Wadesborc' N. C., papers will give four
insertions. 6 March 30
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, S. C., March 30, 186S. i
ON AND AFrER THIS DATE THE MAIL AND
PASSENGER TR ?INS on this Ho id will nm
Leave Charleston.1.30 P. M.
Arrive at Florence."d? P. M
Leave Florence.3.30 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.0.00 A. M.
?. S. SOLOMONS,
March 30 C> Superintendent.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD CO.ll.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OF'ICE. I
CHARLE-TOS. S. C.. Marci' 24, 18C8.?
ON THIS DAY AM) UNTIL FURTHER NO?
TICE the EXPRESS VAIL ANo PASSENGER
TRAIN wiU arrive a' S O-.' A. M. The Train going
North will leave at 2 00 A. M. ts at pr? sent.
" . ?. SOLOMONS,
M ireh 24 Superintendent