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.[/Vent Belgravia for October.\
Dowe with a rush and a roar and a clatter,
Down from thc peaks ot perpetual snow,
To crush anet to eh ll. to smash and to shatter
Ri vine the piae-trtes while hy ia g them low;
Spoiling 'he vines, and then splitting asunder
Great cr. ni te rocks With the blast of its breath ;
Down with a boom und a bound and a thur der,
Ruthlessly dealing destiuclioa and death.
Down like an army to waste and to pillage,
ThunderiTK down thc snow-conqueror came,
Doing its work in our bright little village
More sharp than the sword, mote sure than the
Its vengeance on lowly cots aron it is wreaking,
Quickly it tolb'th the poor peasant's kueil,
Mournfully mourning and savagely sbriekin??,
Like gibbering fiends in some glacial heh.
Down it comes?down, Hkc a grand giant crashing
Poor puny pigmies that stand ia us path;
Down with'thc s jund of a mighty wind rushing,
Breaking the bridge like a reed or a lath.
Through pleasant pastures 'tis fearlessly flying,
Crushing the crops with a shower ot stones;
Heedless alike of the dead an thc dying,
Prayers disregar ling like curses and groans.
Down it cote? swift, over church, hu1, ani chalet,
Down tho steep hill-side 'tis hurrying fast;
Ali that is bright in tho sweet smiling valley
Bows 'neath the blight of its withering blast.
Men cower down in a wi'd consternation,
On rolls Lawine, and soon it is past,
Dara is the day ol the dire desolation
The work of tho snow-fiend is over at hst.
2I?J?. SEWARD'S VIEWS.
Thc Secretary of State Defines Ills Posi
sition on .rational Questions.
We hare already given to our readers a
meagre telegraphic account of tho speech de?
livered at Auburn, N. Y., on Saturday, by Sec?
retary Seward, defining bis views on natioual
issues. The followirg moro satisfactory synop?
sis will bo read w.th iuterest :
After a lengthy review of the events of the
nast four years, Mr. Seward reviewed the Presi?
dential contest of 1864, ?and showed the wis?
dom of taking tho old Northern Whig, Lincoln,
and tho old South rn Democrat, Johnson. Ac?
tive hostility, however, he said, had hardly
ended before there appeared a portentous con?
flict Of popular ideas and opinions concert)-.::ti?
the proper conditions of peace and reconcilia?
tion, and these ideas and opinious had rela?
tion to the so-called reconstruction of the State
governments in the rebel States. He describ?
ed thc various forma and plans for reconstruc?
tion, and compared tho condition of the coun?
try with that ot Franco after the revolution ot
1789, which gave way to military despotism.
The speaker then eulogized the late Presi?
dent Lincoln, ani reviewed his administration
and che succession of Johnson. The latter, he
said, in addressing himself to the holy work of
national reconciliation, proceeded with due de?
liberation and with firmness and vigor.
Mr. Seward defended President Johnson's
policy of reconstruction at great IcDgth,
claiming that it was following merely the foot?
steps ot Lincoln, an 1 consisted simply in open- .
ing the easiest, shortest and safest way fer re?
turn into the national family of the people of 1
the Southern S tat ts, who now repented for
their attempted separation.
He attacked violently the Radical plan of re?
construction as proposed by Congress, and de?
nounced the impeachment project, and charac?
terized the designs of the Radicale as wild,
and the reckless proceedings of the inconsist?
ent leaders such as kept Mexico in a condi?
tion of anarchy through the period of forty
y ear s, and which has left hardly a stable, or
even peaceful republic remaining m South
It was not his purpose to vindicate the part
he took in these proceedings. He said: I
simply say, that as I stood by tho wiso and
magnanimous volicv of tho late President
Lincoln in his life, I have adhered to that same
policy since his mortal remains were com?
mitted to an untimely grave, and I havo ad?
hered with equal fidelity to his constitutional
So much, wv friends, ior the past. What for
the future? The cry is frantically uttered by
all parties, '"Let us have peac." What docs
the country n ;od in view OJ! the painful situa?
tion?" I answer my own question. It needs
inst what it needed in 18G5-the admis.-iou of ;
loyal repi?acntatives from the late rebel States
in ti Congress, and it needs at this time, and !
at our hands, no more; but it belongs to thc .
people of those States just as much as it belongs .
to tho people of tLis State to say vthethey they j
shall live under one form of republican govorn- :
ment or another, J, donotaekorrcquu*o?w ?
r?pr???zt*??Ves hero or Governors there shall :
be white or black, or mixed. I insist only that 1
they shall be representative mon, freely chosen \
in those States by the people themselves, not
br outside compulsion or dictation. ?,
I sholl bot take tho sword into my hand or'' ,
put it into tho hand of any other person "to ef- ;
feet a reform by force ia mose States, where in i
which, I am sure, it will be effected much soon
ex and much more permanently through the )
exerciso ot persuasion and rccson. As little 1
db I think it my duty to use thc sword to undo !
or remove what has already beon dono in those
States, whether it was necessarily dono, or un- ,
necessarily and unwisely done. Ambitions of
parties and chiefs moat como to rest with tho
close of this election, and calmness and tran?
quillity must sooner or Inter resume their sway
of the publio mind.
It is possible that tho dilcmxa of reconcilia?
tion may continue unsolved, and may require
the attention of the new administration, lt is
in this respect that I deem the present choice
of a future chief magistrate not merely impor?
tant, but, perhaps, critically so, as tho'last two
choices were so. One considera tiou alone is
sufficient to determine my judgment ia this
emergencv. I cannot forgot that tho civil wax
has closed with two great achievements. .Thc
one, saving of the integrity of lbj Union; tho
other, the abolition of African slavery. Thc
magistrates who aro to preside i\i thc work of
reconstruction hereafter ought, like tboso who
have proceded in former stag03 of that work,
to be men draw.i from ^gd representing that
clasjp of citizens who nuuniamed the govern?
ment in its Drosecution of civil war and in the
abolition of slavery. In no ether hau ls could
the work of reconciliation ba expected to ba
The attitude of each of tho political parties
in this canvass is different from that I tu \ s vil
could have desired. Very groat crimes have
been committed in thc na.no of liberty by thc
Republican part;.; nevertheless the Republican
party neither rests under any suspi .iou of its
loyalty or its devotion to human freedom, nor
can it fall under any such suspicion. Ino Do
mocratic party, t do not now propose to say wi th
how mncb justico, has not conducted itself in
its corporate and responsible action as to 8'ciire
tbs entire confidence of loyal people iu its un?
conditional anti uncompromising adherence to
the Union, or in its acceptance and approval ot
the effective abolition of slavery.
I entertain no jealousy of tho Democratic
party or its leader-no unfriendly or unchari?
table foelings towards that gre.it constituency.
On the other hand, I cherish a grateful appre?
ciation of tho patriotism, magnanimity and
heroism o? nun? ol my :ollow-citiz;us, with
Vhom I have cheerfully labored and co-opera?
ted, while they still retain their adhesion to
the D'3iD0crafic party. How cjuld I distrust
the loya'ty or virtue of Andrew Johnson, sena?
tor Buckalew. ot Pennsylvania, or Senator Hen?
dricks, of Indiana, or his associate, Mr. l\ib
lack, or ot Mr. Cox, of Ohio, to whom, person?
ally, more tbaa to any other member, is due
the pa.saga of the constitutional am:ndm.-ut
in Congress abolishing slavery?
To confide tho responsibility ot tho gowrn
Laent to thc Democratic party in the present
condition would bo to continue, and perhaps
increase, the lamentable political excitement
which alone has dolayed tho complete restora?
tion of the Union up to the present time. I..o
result of the election, if favorable to the candi?
date of our choice, will prepare the popular
mind to expect now what it has heretofore re?
jected-namely, tho most practicable and
easy solution of the national embarrassments.
Mr. Seward ended by stating; throughout his
Ufe he had been an advocato of universal suf?
frage for exile, emigrant and slave, and had
given to those classes tbe support and patron
age which the constitution permits and allows.
STEAMSHIP SEA GULL-QUICE. W?BE.-The
steamship Sea Gull, Captain Dutton, sailed at
four o'clock on Saturday afternoon for Charles?
ton with a full cargo. She takes tho place of
tho Carroll, Captain Hudgins. which last woek
met with an accident bv*thc breaking down of
tho marine railway of Messrs. Fardy & Wood?
all, and was prevented from being ready for
aailinc Aa a specimen of expedition it runv
be stated that the tea Gull left Charleston for
Baltimore at four o'clock P. M. on Tuesday
hst with a full cargo of cotton, arrived hore 3t
four o'clock A. M. ou Friday, discharged her
cargo, took ina full freight", and depurtrdat
four o'clock P. M. on Saturdav.-Baltimore
The Charleston Cotton and Klee Mn
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NI
CHARLESTON. Tuesday Evenlnjr, Novrmoer 3,
COTTON-The inquiry for the arliclo was
moderate, and factors willing to sell had, ic
cases, to ease c ff their prices; but the chan
not mfflciently marked to cause a quotable d
although our quotations are somewhat no
Sales about 415 bale?, vir: 34 at 21 C at 22;
22?X. 121 at 23, 5 at 2U.'?. 122 at 23}i, 1 at 23J?
24, ll at 24,?4', 22 at 24J?. We quote:
Ordinary to Good Ordiuary.'.T??@23
Low Middling.- ?&23
SCict to Ooo l Middling.2?X?24
RICE-There was a good dem ind for this
and factors disposed of about 250 tierces of Cu
e'ean, say 83 tierces at 77?= per lb, 7 do ct Bl*,
at 8 5-10, 14 at S.'i, and SO do at 8>?c per lb.
art:c"o h-d an e.isiir tendency. We quote COJ
tr fair Caro*ina nt "J?aS,^? per lb, good a? 8;
common pr me at 81ie per ib.
Markets by Telegraph.
Loxtos, November 3-Noon.--.ousels
B :nd8 steady at 14.%. Sugar quiet end steady,
low 51s Cd.
Evening.-Consols 04.'Bonds 7?,?i.
LIVEKTCOL, November 3-Noon.--Cotton
sales 12.000 balee
Two P. M.-Colton firm. Yarn; quiet. I
unchanged. Lard dceliuing at C7 Cd. Fork i
Beef 02s 6.1.
Evening -Cotton steady; sales 12,0.'0 bale?,
mon rosin 53 Od.
HAvr.c, November 3.-Low middling cotton a
NEW YORK, November 3-Noon.-Money 7.
ling O?*. OOMSJJJ. 'C2*s, 9.!?,'. Cotton quiet;
Evening.-Cotton steady; ?ales 1S0O bales at 0
Flour .-teadicr; State and Western S5 75.5 80; Sc
ere, common to fdr extra f3a9 75. W heat 3
better. Com ULChangsd. Pro-istons quiet,
pork S27. Lard drooping; 15J4'al7jsC. Whi
quiet. Groceri s firm. Turpmtiac 41a44Ji. Il
S2 70a7 50. Freights quiet. The naoscy string
is unabated. Gold steady a: 33.'^. Steriiua t
down at 9,'?. Stoaks closed weak and unset
Governments firm. 'C2's, 109>4'. North Carol
67. Virginias 50.
BALTIMOBB, November 3.-Cotton firm. F
dall; superfina 56 75a7 5?. Wheat very dui!; pt
co choice red S2 30a2 35; low gralee uasile:
Corn dull ; old white Slal 00. Oats dull. 1
quiet Provisions active; shou'ders 13?ic.
WILMINGTON, November 3-There was a tacit
pens on of business. Spirits turpentine lO'?e.; rc
strained, SI CO; market dull.
SAVANNAH, November 3.-Cotton easier; sales
bales; middlings 24c; receipts 2024 bales; exp
MOBILE. November 3.-Cotton sales 400 ba
market quiet; middUngs 23Jic; receipts 777 ba
NEW ORLEANS, Novcmlcr 2.-Cotton easy; but
tie done on account ci the election ; middlings 2 J?.
sale3 1100 bales; rcccpts 3087 bales; experts ?
bales. Sterling 45a46,l.i. Yerk sight exchango )?
discount. Gold 34,,4'a3i,,?'. Sugar and molasses
fair demand and unchanged.
Kaston & Co.'? Cotton Itcport
[ron THE WEEK ENDINO OCTOBEB 30,18C8.]
NEW YORK, Satur Jay, October 31-T
MABKET-Our prices have not fluctuated mt
this week. Thc market opened at '?5}? cents, ;
vanced to 23^a25?ic, aud c'osrd strong at 25)
Liverpool advanced iroui 10%d to lld, ou Mund,
when the small exp iris lrom this country wi
known. Freights herc hive been finn, an 1 tho n
now is 7-lCd for compressed, and }$d fur uuco
pressed. Ouly one sale for future delivery has bc
reported tbi< week: 500 bales average middling, >
\ ember delivery, at 24>?c. Yesterday tomo mi
diing was offered at 23)jc, January or February d
livery, lhere havo now b<>en roceived at thc por
6inee 1st September, 319,978 bates-ol which i
porters have tauen 91.783, spinners 117,230; and ti
stacks have increased 110,926 bahs.
The weither at tho South has been fine, aa i tl
rcpo ts of killing fio.>t wero cot confirmed, 'il
conftdenca of bu;, era wa- much increased yc-terd
who : it wa known tita*, tba quantity at st? for Li
cipool and London bad been reduced 133.0111 bub
Last week i he ti gu res were 414,000, and now they ??
280.00) balts. It is lair to presume that u'.v
8'),00O bales of this amouut arc for Lou.loo. cud tl
balance for Liverpool. Supposing tbe whale arnv<
beioie Jiuuary first, which is not probable, tl
weekly receipts of Sands ralaht average 23,000 bal
f:r tho rem lining eight weeks of tho yo ir. Thc c
ports Loni this nde ere being watched wilh great s
licitudo by Mauc'icster, ana the shipmen-, of ori
|0,< 00 bale? last week cau-el &d advance. To-lu
baia y ?ro very saall-only 9183 bi cs to Live
rbal-and wo anticip?t J ft fart!!?? ac! vane when Uti
Li knowa there on Monday*. Ow.'n.; io the Ia: gc 4'
r.vila this week, thc stout; ia Liver/to.0? bj ?13,11
bales, oran iacrca'C of 37,030 Lalo.; over las!; we j'
Wn look for a steady diminution iu tba slo.-k ft
some "ime ic coajc. Business continue ii in au ui
satisfactory jtato in M inchoster, but w-i h-vc not a
fut heard of any ri duction of thc consumption, lb
takings (or cansu nption and export tor the torty-tw
wcaks of tho year have averaged 63,831 bales, i. i
plain Luit combined action ou thc part of spumes
looting toa redaction of cansumpUou, will bc ucee:
sary to prevent stocks running to a daugc:ously lo
pii_t beJ'ore January first
STATISTICAL, POSITION- ibo ito.It In Liven col i
145.000 balea; afloat lrom ludio 28C.0C0, t-r.o iror
America 29.0 0 bales. Tot tl 760.000 bales. Ou Ne
vomber 1, 1867, thc stock was 027.09'J bales; tula:
from India 223,000, and fro.u America SHOO ba.ii
Total 833,0.0 bales. Dcflcioucy in visib c supply, u
compared with la<; year,.93,000 bales. Price of inn
diing Orleans now ll>id; then'Jd. Slock at lilith
ports iu the Unite J States 19,350 hales moro tim
same time last year. Estimatol stoak hell by M ir
chester spinners at ?he mills 140,00J o les. stoc'j i:
Ut vre, 9th mst. 50,429 bales, ag dust 80,114 bale
last yeur, with tn excess at sea over last year t
29,835 biles. Stock iu London, 15th inst., 82,57
bales, . gamst 111.9>8 bales last year, with an execs
in the quantity at sea ol 61,000 bales over ISO".
RECEIPTS AM) EXPORTS-Thc icceipt.s thia wcel
have boen 06,471 hales.'ngaiust 43,396 bales tho coi
respondina w. ok last \ear, an l tbs foreign exnirl
3.1,101 bahs, ngami t7tt)l bales in 1867.
Uplaud ?? Mobile. New
Fioiiila. Or.cms. Texas.
Ordinary.- a23,'? - c23;? - a24 - a.'4J.
dinary.- c21?; - a24?i - a21 - a23'.
Lo v Mid?
dling..- ?.23 - a25'4' - a25;a' - a2">."
Midd Ung- a23,'i - 823.^ - H2S - u26.'.
sales this week 25.328 bates, including 808s i<
spinners, 3137 to speculators, uad 11,18? to export
Stoc : in Ihe interior towns i ctobcr Iii. 1808,31,
864 bales, against 23.SJ7 bale; same Lime lost year.
Murray, Ferris ?Si .'o 's Cotton azt? Navai
NEW Y'ORK, Octoi'cr OL-Wo can report an active
market fer cottou during the month at a steady dc
c me froni 27 l4e, tue opening pace of middlin tc
23.- ou thu 23d inst. Later tbs improved touo of thc
Live pjol market, and advance i? piicc to lld, has
brought exporters into the market, and a good busi?
ness has been doac at an advance of y3o \\ lb.
i fe rides and rc3 les for the pat week are 23.503
bales, ot which 10 2JI bales were ta exporters; 8771 to
spinners, aud 5446 to speculator--. Wc hoar of 6aIos
of 300 bales m'.ddl Lg for November delivery at 24,'ir;
December, 530 bales, at 231<; February, 00? bales, at
23 c s.
J h? va: y small st~ck of Am?rican cotton In Liver?
pool. 32,009 bales, a dr crease eince ours ef 3d msc of
73.OOO bales, together with tba emili emasairfloat,
23,CuO ba'es, must t9nd to keep our mamet firm and
give confidence to ex orler?. Thc wea thor still coti
tinues good for g tbering Ibo crop. We quote.- Mid?
dling upland 25; t; low middling 25: good ordinary
24 onlii ary 23; Mobile and Florid i 23 Ji; low mid?
dling 23M ; good ordinary 2-1J?; ordinary 2JJ4'; New
Orleans and Texis 2?.'4' ; low mi J diing 25?? > K??d cr
dmary 23'4 ; ordinary 23f4.
SPIEITS TCRPENTINE-Tho market opened this
week at the decline forshadowed in our last repon,
some sales being made at 43a43.':', merchant, bul
later w - had mo.-e lirmacss, owing to the cxecu iou
of a German order tor 1000 bbls, prices closing
quito Btcadv at 14. merchant order. The sales aud
resales arc 3315 bbls at 43a41c merchant, 44.'.ia43o
shin: iug order, later for New York bbls. Receipts
788 bbls ; exports 33 bbls.
ROSINS-Ol all gradc3 are qu'ct and unchanged,
except strained common, which is quoted at ?2 49.
The tomi siles arno ut to 18,003 bbls., of which
13,033 wjfo of thc lower grades at S2 40 for strained
common; S2 45a2 53 for good strained ; S2 i?0a2 60
for Na. 2; ?3 23a4 23 tor No. I; pale ?1 59a6 50.
Receip a i973 bb.s. Expor s 74.1 bbls.
BOSTON, October 31.-COFFEE-Thc inaikct is
firm for a.l kind-, but this week lhere havo been no
movements of importance. Small sales ot Java ?.t
23?JI24J cold; Singapore J iva nt 21c gold; Bio at 21a
23c currency ; SI. Domingo i:. worth nomiuaby 3a9 ' ,c
gold in boud.
COTTON-The reccpts this week have boan 3723
bales, of which 1399 bales were Irria N'-w Orleans,
310 from Charleston. 28: from Norfolk, Ssl from Rai?
nmore, 152 tvTO Philadclphi-, 60S hythe albany
railroad, and 651 by the Providence railroad. The
marlct has.b'cnfi'mer with a better demand, and
prices have advanced about 2o lb. The salr-< of
the weet have betn aOOO bales, and the stock ia
about lOOo bales. We quote ordinary at aijxc; erooil
ordinary 24'?c; ?ow middling 23J?c; middling 25^1
26c; gool mid Jung 2S.^a23e ^ lb
Go.vsr BAOS-The m^rV"t is quiet; latt sales
were at I8".ic, cash.
GUSNT CLOIE-liiere has been more inquiry for
this ar-.iclc. Sales cf 200 balei at 20a, and 100 bales
heavy Romeo at 2!e per vard.
HA?-l'he market is dui] and prices are lower.
Sales of gos! Eastern ct *20a22 per toa. |
NAVAL MCKEE-Spirits turpentine ia quiet, with
small Eales at tfifa45a per call?n. In rosin there
have been sales of ?00 bbls c mmon at $2 75; 300
bbls low Ko 1 at Si 50; 400 Obis low So 2 at S2 80
RICE-Tbere have been small ?alis of Carolina at
9a9,?ic per lb.
Phillips' Provision Exchange.
CIN INK&U, O-taber 30.-During the pas! fif?
teen years thc (-tock of provisions in Cincinnati bas
not been leJuccd PO 1O.V at this tinic of the rear as
it is thc present searon, r.u.1 yet the demand tor old
stuff is ligbt, and thc orders small, and while the old
stock ii so reduced thee seems to bea lisbter de?
mand for new stuff thau usual. '1 here seems to be
a genera want of confidence it to what pri- es should
bc paid for tho tature, ri ht r for thc hoc; or product,
consequently tlur-areuo anxioui buyers except at
very low pri es, and few sellers except at lu 1 prices.
1 he slock of mess pork, balk moats and Incl are so
pcarlv exhau tvd that only noorna] quot itior.s can
BACOX-Ia the only article in any supply, and this
eveu is licht, aud prices we'd maintained.
HOGS-Tho receipt.? are li~!?r, and wea her un?
favorable for killing; ordia irylo choice are ?oiling
at SC ?30 to T no cro?s but lorimer deliveries ?ewer
prices arc offered, out none selling : tceders arc bald?
ing strong for full pri cs
GKEEN MEATS-Are quio.', thc weather teing too
warm to slaughter; (or first coed weither, shoulders
are off'rel at 7,'?. sides 10 tu IO1;, and hams r.e. but
?O'- later deliveries these prices would not be paid.
MESS rona-Old nominal at 53J, but Utile, new
ready; held at ?27 5d on thc srot. and for delivery
all November, it is offered at S?2 to 22 ;0.
LAUD-0-d is almost exhausted, and held nominal*
ly at 17c-new fettle 30e wbrn cold, cn I new prime
st. am l.".!?e on spot, a-d 15: tor next week, and li:
for an November. Ibo little lng lard now ready is
selling at 19c.
BULE MEATS aro nominal ; stock too light to sive
BACON has a betti r denim* than other nt tides,
and though tbs ordc.s arc small it ij dim-ult to buy
except at full prices, sboullers 13113,'ac; rib side?
15?^c; clear rio lCUalC.l-c; dear lT??al?'?c; thc lat?
ter asking prices, and fr.'u.'r offern.'. Hams are a
drug ut I2a!4e plain; Hi;:al8c lor s. C.
XASHVILLE, October 30 - .OTTOS.-The "nariel
to-d-iy was tiiot.'crateiy active, but closed quiet, buy?
ers autiiipitiug a deciinc. We tira the closing quo?
tations as fatlowi :
The receipt-, sal s and shipmmts o? 'he day foot
up as follows: iieceipU 331; sales 331; shipments
Stock on baud September 1, 180s.CD
Received to-day. .:':;1
Shipt ed previously.2340-2374
Slock on hand.?tlO
Cons-But little ofl'ering. We heird ol' a sale OJ
CO bushels, in ear, at 50e.
WILMINGTON, November 2.-ITU:PENTINE-Is
in moderate inquiry, and re.eipts uictigre. Sales of
only 08 bt?ls, at $2 05 ior 60it and ?1 Go fer bard, \\
For spirits turpentiu'; and rosin the market has
ruled quiet to-dav, ?nd no transactions reported.
TAR-20 bids changed hands at S2 30 'ri bbl.
COTTON-Market steady, sales of 70 bales at 23 i
23 M eta lor low middling, and 2.1'i cts ior mt Jilling.
FISH-Sale lrotn whari ot 20 0 bbls mullets at
CC 87J? forptt.o bbls.
Consignees per South Carolina itailroacl
014 bales Cotton, 83 bales Domestics. 225 sacks
Floor, 3 eats Lumber, 10 ears Wood. To lt.ilroad
Ageut, li W Willama ft Co, Ii D DcSuussurc, Mowry
ft Co, Caldwell ft Son, Brodie ft Co. I II A: W Dewe?*,
Pelzer, Kodgers & Co, Heeder ft Davis, A J Salmos,
Stenhouse & Co, Johnston. Crews ft Co, G H Walter
& Co, H E Gr ingar, Frost ft Adger, W C Bee ft Cn.
W r DUWIIUK & (_o, (*->10>mltl> i .-on, C Q ra velor. J
,\ Hobson, Claghor.i, Heniug & Co, F. nate.- ft co, n
C sharp Ac Cn, Thurston ft Holme-. JDK Sloan, E J
Wlss, M Ansel, Al Brewer, C Baliutge, W K ityan.
Consignees per Northeastern Kailiouii
85 balee Cotton, C4 bushels Bough Bice, Milne,
fte. 'I o G W William? ft t'o, M Drucker, Caldwell A:
Son, Strauss ft Yance, Frost ft Adger, W K Byan,
Howry ft Co, Kendall i Docker?, Cleghorn, Hcrrug
k Co, Walter M Co, l\achmau ft Co. , ned er cc Davis,
L Manu, it G Chtsolin, Cbis.-lm's Mill, Mazyrk ft
-altits, A A '.iold-nuth ft Co, t> lt Marshal', 1.'Bull,
Kirkpatrick ft Witte, and Older.
Per steamship Champion, Irani Sew Tort-Mrs M
li Hawkin*. Mi-s E J Gould. Mis.' C S .Malt.ton, Mis:;
C M Wi Icjtf, J K HawkiUS, ii Hurt, ti Burr, .Miss
Inns Burt, Mrs Finck, W s Maren. 1' H smith, W B
L -cai, W Stcwa. t, tl Antonio E Bi Cramer and wife,
Mt s J W Collins, Mn B 1' T?ale, G McDonald and
laughter, Misa Agnes Bate, Mi-n Mary Bates. Hrs
A F Hl-cs. and two children, Mr Ett'ag and aife, W
S Adams and wiie, S Denton, Mrs Bland, Mts S Mary
Lung. II slavin. E Tylee, Dr T lt Aldrich, Mis i Amy
Boss, L SlRWald. an. i 13 iu steerage.
Per stcamshio Sea Gul!, from Baltimore-Miss
Mag.ic Purks, Dr U tl Gin es and ton, Mrs Adeline
Baiing u'id daughter. J ct Paddock, lt Hooper.
Port of Chnrlefcaoii, KOV'IMV -1.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-left
Saturday, H M. Aldze. To Janies Adger .-. Co, J
K Ad ?cr & Co, J D Aiken ft C?>. J Apple. 1? A Vrumc,
J All n, V D A Ure UM .': C'y, G SV Aunar, il Bul .rink r,
tl Haies .V Ct, J Bennett, Birii.il Ac Co. c F Cm-diet,
A B'col:i>anus, TAI Bristol, \ Itaiter?cld, Brown ft
Byer, J CBurckmyer, A Bischoff. J I ciniulas. Chi*,
olat Bros, I M cater Cbc ns ft Witto, Cumuli], Ila -
beam ft Cu, I'. n.pbe.l, Ki.ox ft Co, w s Corwin ft
Co, E . biipin. P Darcey, iMwie ft Aloise H Daly, J
\Y Benny, F Euielmtn, D F fleming ft Co, 11. Falk
ft co. Kotsytb, Mccomb ft co, Furth-ott BroA J s
ta riv .V Co, G Foll n, A D Plemiug, S l-'abs, Good
neb, Whiemau (t i o, P L tiuilcmia, c Goldstein. II
Gerdts ft Co, J Hutkam? Ac Co, N A iniat, Ilari
Co, J ? Heuen y, C il Billen, Uoline?' Book store, D
B liazaltou, J Btes.inaa, J H Hall .M CO, J W Uar
rleso.i, leanings, Thom in. on Ac Co, TctTords ft Co,
C li Johns u. A ILiug. J T Kananacx, Kins i aa
Bros, J P Kvip, C Ktrr.stn, Jr, Rbut-k, Wicken borg
.-c Co, E l Lowensteiu, J Bo ls, Lcouhardt Dtun
si ;g. J llu-u.-ll, Lauroy AC Aicxaudor, routhuru Ex
pas n o, E J Lewith, Sto'l, Webb i: Co. :; Lilri bg',
W bern pce ii .v Co, W Lcbby, straus A: Vance Lung
nick & soll, L Schroll ft Co, A Lance, Shacke'.fanl
Ac Kelly, S i: Alataha 1, A scckenlorff, W A Mc.tens,
McnUonsi Co. J P Merkhardt, G W: ti'i ii? co,
M rshali & Burge, ll y st-?dar I Co, . c etiitifc
Co operative ?SAOci??ju, J i; Sn^ar, Mari-tie ii Co,
P A .Stu ;h. Mowry Ac Co, O lid cluan, J G Milao: .\:
Cu, J J- Taylor Ac Co. W Marsrhcr, V?' L'uerbardt, J
Marion, J H \"':1 cr-, Eduller, Nimitz Co s H Wil?
co -, J B tlcEi! u?c, G w W ltiams c: Ca, J It Mulle.-,
Walker, Evans ft i oaswcl!, W Matihlcssen, McLoy Ac
Bice, W J. Webo, Vol. h ?? Brandes, J C Ujcm.u. V
Wa sb, B u':,'.i l Ac son. :.; it Wurt ?, t; O'Neill, J F
O'Neill K son, L WcUk'jff. Wem r k Du.kcr, W J
Yate:,:: E Kui.road Agi nt, P. ?mc t ) Pion er.AtUO
ii_;i:.u, Zjguauin, Youuj .\: Co, Par h.r Ac Henry,
int-:; M J Zc:uow, Telz tr, Bodgvra ft cu, j lt Pringle,
J il L'cnttttke ., J Bu Lei.ni-, ?>c Baihoid Ag^nt, and
Steamship set Gu l, Dutton, Baltimore---left 3!s;
ult. Mdzc. "lo Mtrdcc I ft Co, Courtoasy ft frca
l o:m, s C B iiiroad Co, G W Steffins Ac co, ll Bu
cboffft Co. Cameron, Barkley Ac Co, L urey Ac Al-x
tn 1er, Cia chis Ac Witte, J ll Kcip, C i'Paukuin. J c
BL-bniO, Mowry Ac Co, A Tobla?' sou-, J Wiley i: Co,
lUrftpairlck AC Witto. I J Kerr ic Co. \V L Webb, ?
W Williams ft Co, J F Taylor ft Co, Bo'.lmanu Bro-*,
J E Adgi r ft Co, Werner ft Ducker, T A Biamisb Ac
Co, D H Silcox, H Klat'.c Ac Co. O J Lubu, Douglass
Ac Miller, J A Quackeubu h, W Marscher, C Li len
thal, H Cobla U Ct), Ost ndorff ft Co, J A Cooke ft
Co, F Ercs-eU, W H Chufee ft Co, Bowie ft Aloise,
G A Locke ft Co, J Campscn, lt White, Stcchou-c ft
Co, Goodrich. Wine.uan ft Co. B O'Neill, Stol1, Webb
ft Co, W G Whitten ft Co, J F O'Neill ft Son. Pelter,
Bcdeorsft Co, F F Chapeau, G Walmar, Powis. <'i
Moise, Ha-ttl?, Calhoun ft Co.
Sehr Aua S Deas, from West Point Mil!. 95 ti. rees
Bice. To Cohen, Hauckel ft co, J ll Pringle.
From this Fort.
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, Baltimore, Novcmbc; 2.
Bark Mary a Lou sa, Davis, Bost si, October 31.
.-cbr Ida Belli, Irisher, Bal iin-jie, November 1.
Sch.' C L Davi s, Dayton, Baltimore, November 1,
Sehr A ii li eland, lie aud, New York, October 31.
Shipncws by Tcicgrnph.
SAV.O?NAU, November 3.-:aiie.', thc steams-hip
Leo, ior >.ew York.
Tte steamship Falcon, Horsey, I rom ?hi? perl, ar?
rived at Haiti m ui e ou Monday, i-he experienced
heavy weather OJ thc passage.
The ship Clara Ann, simson, ?rom Tubusco f ir
New York, winch tcttchid off ta is pert ?ur provi?
sions, Bas arrived ct ber place ot itislinaii n.
The brig F J Mc:riman, from llancor. Tue, for
Gcorgetoan, s c. put imo Bola.es>' Huit- October 29.
Tbc sehr AO Ireland, at New York ?rom tin's pott,
repor s eighteen day?' passage, and ou thc lath cf
October, toity miles loath 0? Untteras, m a ocavy
northern gale, lo*t part 11 deck load, split fails. Acc.
The sehr Sut-an V.Vi. ht. Prout, from Georgetown,
s C, arrived ut New York Oe to Lor 31.
The echr Anita E Glover, Perry, from Gecrgc.own,
S C, arrived a'. Now York October 31.
3 he sehr tinericus, Duh-, from Georgetown,!) C,
arrived at N-.w Vori: October 31.
The sehr Billow, Grate, from Georgetown, H C. !or
Hallowell. Me, put iulo Hollins,' Hole October 2U.
POUT OF GEOEGETOWX, S, C., TO NOV'll 2.
A mu VED.
October 2S-Brig Hamden, Perkins, ?avant ali, Ga.
? ovomb.-r 2-cchr liddy, Cataart, Bo<tou.
Oct-jbtr'27-Sehr Eva A dell. Elton, Sloiktou. Me.
November 2-i"chr Frank and Lmi y,-, Boston.
GET THE BEST!
THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS McD?TIBES IMPROVED COiTON TIE. WHICH WE HAVE NO HESITATION IN PRESENTING
to tlic Public as tuc
BEST TIE I2>T TJSE.
It has been thorcmrhlv tested in different sections of thc South, anti its superior merits freely acknowledged by all who have tried it. In fact
its popnhirit.' lit- become so great as to warrant us in thc assertion that it if, destined to become THE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE. This TIE
combines case and simplicity of adjustment with undoubted strength and durability. Wo particularly invite the attention of PLANTEHS,
PRESSMEN and (leah rs gcriorallv to thc fol owing poit.tb : The perJcct construction of thc Hinge and rounded edges of thc Bueklo secure the
e.-tirc strength of thc Band, and give it great advantages in compressing. It bas no Tongues to press against the Band-docs not require any
Pins to bc slmped in, pulled out or to FALL OUT; mid is used wiLbout thc troublesome opsration of bending or looping thc Band. The manner
in which it works is easily uni?orstoo? from thc cut. Each Tic is complete in itself-tho Buckle being riveted to tho Band; and no part can be
ost. Hie simple process of rennins the Band into tho Backte ?md letting it go at thc proper place is all that is necessary, the fastening being
perfected thc moment tito press -: ' of the cotton is brought to bear on the Bands. The Bueklo is strone;, compact and small, presenting aa
even surface, bas no rough edges or protruding points, consequently sinks even with the cotton and obviates tho great objection to other Ties,
which sre wrccchc 1 apart when the ba-'-Ies c: different bales get ca.ight in handling or transportation, and especially when bales are piled on
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
* i gent 5 for State of South Carolina, Charleston.
Sop! ember 2
Jnsurnnrc ,3 g c it t 9.
NEW YORK LIFE INSUEANCE' COMPANY.
1845.PURELY MUTUAL..1845 *
rjnriis COMPANY ORIGINATED THK CELEBRATED TLN YEAH NON-FORFEITCnE SYSTEM.
X Issues evsry kind ol Policy approved by science and ita experience of nearly a quarter o! a century,
aud insures A f cus I", reluming Ai L tbo profits to thc policy-holder*.
PRBM1CMS PAYABLE ANNUALLY, SB ii I-A N N U A LL Y AND QIMBTF.RLY ; ANO CREDIT OF 10
PEB CENT. ALLOWI.D IF DESIRED.
General loformitioii will Lc afl'jrdcJ, and tlc SnperiuicnJcjl's reports of all thc Companies exhibited,
upon call at this Oillee.
THOMAS li'KOST, General Agent for South Carolin?,
October'J fiuwlmo No. iii UltOAD-STltEET.
C.IC. CLAGIIOU.Y, 1 PLilaelel- W. P. HKHTtlXG, A. ?I. JACKSON,
ll. COATES, i j Lia, Pa. Augusta, Ga. Cliarieaton, S. C.
CLAGHOEX, HESSING & CO.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
AUGUSTA, GA , CHARLESTON, S. C.. PHILADELPHIA, PA.
HiYING RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A BRANCH HOUSE AT CHARLESTON (AC?
COMMODATION WDARVj, wc arc prepared to offer cveiy facility tor RECEIVING, FOR?
WARDING AND SELLING
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE,
TC ICITtlER Of '?VII 'IMBEE tlOUSUS.
LIBERAL ADVANCE mad.- on n!I consignments when desired. Also to our friends,
Messrs. ROUT. LOCKHART & DEMPTER, Liverpool, England.
October tl Die ames
Wi!. KN A BE A; CU,
October 19 3o.'< s
piA ai v s : ?' i A .'J u s ! '
GOLD MEDAL F?R 1858 HAS JUST BEI->
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. SHEFF FOR
TUE EEt>T PIANOS NOW .MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE. PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEV.' ?ORK
OFFICE 4SD WABERGOM. NO. 7 N. LHtEBll.
ilUEKl', ABOVE B <t LI'lMORE-aTREET,
SHEFF'S PIANO- UAVK AU TBE LATES':
Imprdrcmcnt, lucladia.i thc AsrarTe treble, ivor;
fronts, and thc improved French Action, nilly war
ranted tor live j carn, with privilcgf of excbaoui
?iilun twelve raoiittis i: not mtireiy satisfactory tc
purchaser, i-ecoiid-btuidcd I'ianss and Parlor Or
gnu always on hand tr.-tu to?300.
rE-VEIHtES WHO HAVE Ot*It mSf'S IS ItSE:
3en?r:ti Kohert 1. Lee, Lexington, Va.
Genf?) llobcrt Rauso'n, Uilrain^ton. N. c.
Iii ?hop Wilmer, SewOr.can?, Lt.
Messrs. B. Harwell .t MUS, Charlotte, N.e.
M..X strakoccb, Kati aOpitra.
k i caa rs. Pim io J K t-u.is. sumter. 0.
i ha: lc- spencer, CUarlcstoa, 3. <:.
October 33 ?tilmos
K-NOX U UHU
c o T T ?; :i F A c T o ?>
GENERAL l.O3isII3SI0M MERCHANTS,
No. 123 SMITH'S WHARF, It ALT i MOB':*.
Consignments ol COTTON, RIOS, ?C, rcfpeci
lui.'y solicited, and liberal advance? made thereon
Orders lur t'OKN and BACON promptly executor
.nu caro ann attentiou.
T7l H. GliVPY ?: CU.,
LKATIITSK. lllf/KS ARO OIL,
No. 12 SOU HI CLVEKT-SIEEET,
P. H. GRDP?.0. G. CUBTA1
October 19 9-3mo3
C. AUSTIN JENKINS. AL1T.ED JENKINS, J?
sonara n. jiisusa,
J^DAV. JE.XEA.S9 ? SONS,
i:iror.Tim3 AND DEALERS XS
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS,
NO. isa BALTIMORE-STREET.
Avril ? j Italhrcore. Vd.
Il IF FIN, BROTHKK ? CO..
V 0 M 311S S10 iV M E ll C ll A JV T S
No. IC LOM HARD-STREET,
GE0BGE CPD?KE. V.T.I. A. STEPHENS.
G. FRANCIS 0PO?KE.
jj A .*. II I S G HOUSE
( ? E 0 ROE O i* D A K E fi: CO.,
No. S3 Rassau-strcct,
(CO BSCS S OT CESlB-ilBKIDi
DLPO-IH ItECFIVED FRO ll INDIVIDUALS,
Fn m-, Kaus-. Bankers and corporations, suojeat
to check at sight, aud interest allowed at the rate
of FOUKPEB CENT, per annum.
CERTIFICA rtsj OF DEPOSIT is-ued, bearing FOUB
PEU t'h'NT. interest, payable ou demand, or aLcr
lix d dates.
COLLEClloNS made i n all accessible points in thc
United Stales; C nada an I I- urope. Dividends and
Coiii ons also collected, and all most promptly ac?
ORDERS l rotnptly execute), tor tho purchase ot
Cold, also, Government and oth.r Securities, on
INFORMAI ION luraiabcd. and Purchase* ot Es
changes f>i Securities made 1er investors.
NlGOiIATiONS of Loans aud Foreigu Exchange
effected. Cmos September 19
You can do nil your Cooking, BOTO lime, i
trouble aud money, and avoid heating tho iSj
jg! house in Summer, by using a
?Si Kerosene or Gas Stove. |j
Ask for tho UNION (Kerosene) or WLCA'.i jj,;
(Gas) STOVE. They aro tho best. TaionO/*j
lo??i? fer Circular. 1
; Also Attaclimestn for Lamps or Caa [?!
'Hi Burners, Nursery Lamps, Kerosene Glue'hi
? Pots, ftc, ftc. jg
Liberal terms to Agent?. ;gj
1206 Pearl St.HX?
J. 13. DUVAL. & SON,
Ko. 337 KIKG-STJUEET,
AGENTS FOB CH ABLESTON.
Augusts n.ic '?roo
rs A A C !S ti A'S S O' UK PO ? :
Bata,?Mice, ftc. fte.,
without the unpleasant |
effects aiinim: from
their dying ia their
scaled, and warranted
to keep fresh tor al!
time?. The grcalc-t discovery of ita kind m the age
wc l.vc in. No person need be troubled with Rats
Mic", Coi BU?S or Roaches, for Mr. Isaacson's des?
tructive reined .- is within the ro;:c:i of ail, piepar d
only by hiuiseir. from rate and Vii uah c compounds,
its ch;apnoea is ns wonderful . tl-1 ctUcacy-hun?
dreds of testimonials ?ave been received from ail
parts i i' thc United Mates as to hs value ad i eitisdac
tory oycru?vc power, from which, for want of space
wc simply select tho Inilowieg:
Wiuwuro'a HUICL, \? asmKOTOX, P. C., I
October lsM8t>3. j
MK. ISAACS EX-Dear Sir: It gi .cs me great pica*
ure to testily to tn . gratifying result obtained a"t this
Uo:el through usina- your PliospbOiie Paste; it is
now two years a nce i lits' heard o' your rcmi dy.and
dctc:nnncd to give >t a la'r trill; that trial proved so
aaccosaml that not a (race ol Baw cr Boachcs have
pince hem discovered, a!.hough previous to that
lime we w< rc complctelT overrun. W ishing you eve y
aucc?.-s ::i ti:? usc; ul eirecr you have cuott-n,
Iicmaia, lo-ard re?- eelful-y.
JOHN wo I,TE. Engineer.
Foi talc by DOWIE ft MOISf.
No. 102 Meeiing-strceet, corner Basel,
t cbarleatoii, C.,
October 7 v,fj'i3:no:' Agents lor Son thorn statis, j
11J I Lill A Alii & GCXU.V,
-VP. 71 WALL-STREET, >'E\V YORK,
Issue CT rc al ar Letters of Credit Throng!)
ALEX. S. PETRIR ft CO., London,
AVAILABLE FOR TRAVELLERS LN ALL
PARTS OP EUROPE, &c.
Sterling Ezchqnae cl Siyfit und Six/y Bui,!.
Ordeis for SIGO?'. BOND- and MERCHAN?
DISE txecut. ? in I ondon Ly table or Mai!. 1
September li) limos
rjy ii io c i-; L, K ?S I: A T U D
.*AITCW Tie" Cotton Band.
TU". DEMAND FOR THIS UMVEKSAT.LY TOP
ULAR ("OT ION Tu bavin-.' so ?arexceeded oar ex.
pectatious iu view ? I tin- many oilier patenta offered
Io Ibo nrirkct, we have hlthor'o boen unaiO- lu heep
RUpplie>l. Wc late pleasure, howe vcr, lu ttunounc'mi
to uar customers that we have now mado such
arrangi menlo a- will enable ns henceforth io kc. p a
mil supply always on hand. We are now ilailj i
porting the arrival o; a shipment, whet) ali ordern
awaitiuj cxeeui 0:1 will bj filled.
KOBKS;T .-UKH & CO.,
Agents .'or fouih Caruhtn and Chati, stun.
QP.l!, V E % T ALLI S A ,
TOOT II ll' .-1 5 ll ,
For Cleansing thc Teeth, Preventing thc
Formation of Tartar, giving tone to
thc Ginns, anti leaving a delight?
ful sensation of I leanlincssand
Fragrance in thc Mouth.
SUPETJJB TU ?0ZCD0NT AND CHEAPER
TTf rs PREPARATION Is '1H Ll RESULT OE THE
combioed skill of the physician, dentist und apothe?
cary, and it isoifsred aja UF.LI.UILE BU'Slilutotor
tli?- numerousunc-r aiu washes now in \o3>uo. nbc
microscope has also been called into u c, ana the re?
searches cf a celebrated observer ha ve detected the
manner it: which tho tartar is lo.nicd, showing i: to
h.; thc Werls of anlma'ctilra.
Substances which Ficinus foa::d lo ?les ray -hchfe
of 'h. so iclusoria arc coutaine.i lu ?he DentaUiua,
an ! ibm ti prevents the ?ucease of tartar aa I eon-o
fjuent loosening of the teeth. It wilt be lound useful
io persons in advanced Iii* giving strength ?ml tune
tu thc gums, while to every oi.o ?he ar. ma and sen?
sation Ol eieauliuess after u-ing lt will bo sullieieat
rccomuiCudaU n; smokers especially will appreciate
us cficai v.
Numerous dentists ol thc highest standing bel?g
acquainted willi Ric composition 01' iha Bcmalliua,
advocate its u.-e, it containing nothing corrosivo or
injurions to promeut 1 s unrestrained employment-.
Prepare 1 only by JAS. T. slIINN, chemist, Phila?
Eur sale by LOTvTs ft .MOISE,
Corner Meeting and Masc] streets,
ivtob.-rU ?finamos Cliarlcsroa, S. C.
J Li . :.! V S Li s ,
GLNEKAL COLLECTOR AND SUPERVISOR OF
I offer my services to the public in thc above ca?
pacity. Office at re iden c Corner KIN 1 and MOE
tilS-STREE 1". At home ? to 'J A. M., and from J to
.iP. M. luthsluio CctoUri'J
SAVANNAH AND CHAKUBSTOA RAIL.
WISTER TIME TABLE PASSENGER 7BAIN.
St PEBINTEN LENT'S OFFICE, )
CJ?.VJ?LESTON, November 2,18C8. j
ON AND AFT.'iR MONDAY, NOV.-HUED 9iH,
tlic'Jri-Weei-lyTrain will Je ive Chnrieston on
Mondays. Wednes >ays and Fridays, at 9 IS A. IL, ar?
ri Ving at Coosxwbatchie at 3.!5 P M.
Beturnin?, leave Coosawhatchic on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, at 10 A. 5L arriving in
Charleston at 4 P. BI.
Connection* both wayg b." hacks with Walterbo
roujib and beaufort.
'Lo insure prompt rniismfoioii, Freight must be
at the Depot; foot of Mili-str- ct, by -? P. IL on Tues?
days, Tbursdavs and saturdays.
C. S. GADSDEN,
Ergincer and s upc tin tendent.
November 2 C
SOUTH CAROLINA ItAlLROAD.
OEXERlL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
CHAITLTMIOM, S. C.. Octoncr 31, 18C8. I
THE PUBLIC IS HUttbY INFORMED THAT
the line of Railroad fi om Belina, Alilania. via
BoT'e to Charleston, S. c., is open tor pas?cagc:s
and frciffbt H. X. PEAKE,
Noveojbcr 2 General Supetinteudeut.
ATLANTIC AND GULI?' RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
GEN f. It AL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD, J
SAVANNAH, OClOREit "iii, 1863. J
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1,
TKALNS ON THIS ROAD will rat. as follows,
commencing with 7 P. M. Train:
NionT EXPIIESS THAIN.
Leave Savannah (Saturdays exceptes) at.7 00 r M
Arrive at Live Oak at.3 JO A 34
Arrive at Jjcltsouv. 1- at.7 3D A M
Leave Jacksonville (Suudays excepted) at_7 15 p M
Leave Live Oak at.ll 40 p M
Arrive et Savannah (Mondays excepted) at. ..8 OJ A M
Leave Savannah (Sundays exeeptedl at.7 (?0 A ai
Arrive at Bainbridge at.10 20 P M
Arrive at Live Oak at.t .5 30 P st
Arrive at Jacksonville at.1 33 A M
Arrive at Tallahassee at.12 57 A ii
Arrive at Quincy at.315 A M
Leave Bainbridge (sundrys cxatptcdjat.7 00 p M
Leave Quincy at.8 27 A si
Leave Tallahassee at.10 45 A M
Leave Jacksonville at.10 18 A si
? Leave Live Oak at.7 20 A si
Arrive at Savannah (sundays excepted) a-...6 00 p si
Passengers to Stat .on? weat ot Lawton and Live
Oak take Day Train from Savannah.
Passengers from Bainbridge conner: at Lawton
with Lxpress Train for Savannah at ? DO A M.
Pasacm-ers from I'aJahtiss^e by Day frain connect
at Live O th with Express Train for Savannah at ll 40
Slcepin ; Cars on Exp.-es? Tra! ns.
No change between Jacksonville and savannah on
Express Train. ^
Meamera leave St Mari:* for NOT Orleans, Apa?
lachicola and Pensacola ever/ Fndav.
f eavo St M.irks for Havana. Ke> West. Cedar Ef ya
and '1 ampa every Widncsdav.
Stearne-a leave ? acksoiville for Palatka, Enter?
prise and all points on the st. John's River every
Sunday aud Wednesday at 9 00 A. M.
H. S. KAINES.
November 2 2mo Genetal Superintendent.
CHANGE UK SCI1KUCA.E OX TUK
SPART AN bUll G AN'D UNION RAILROAD.
ON AND AFTER THE 2D NOVEMBER, 18C8,
thc Passenger 'i ralas will lr-av; sparianburg
Courthouse oa Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
at 7 A. M.. and arrive at Alston at 1.20 i: M., con
ue-tins with itreeuvillc Down Train, and Trains for
Charlotte nnd Charleston.
On TursJnys, Uhursdays and Saturdays, thc Up
Passenger Trains, cjnnectlng wilh the > rceuviUe
Up Train?, will leave Alston at 0 A. M., and arrive at
spartanburg courthouse at 3.20 P. 31
'IHO^. H. JETER,
President Spattmburg and Union Railroad.
October 3d Imo
SOUTH t'AltuLl.'.a KA! LK y AD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT S OFFICE, I
CnsBLEsxoil, P.. C. March 20, i.> H. (
r\N AND AFTER SU- DAY, MARCH S9TII. TOE
KJ PASSENGER TRAINS ol tho South Caroline
Railroad will rmi as follows :
Lvtve Charleston.(1.30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.a. JO P. M.
Connecting with trams for Montgomery. Memphis,
'.ville and New Orleans, via M ouigorncr) tad
;. ?.ve Charleston.,.H.:"J h. M.
Arrive at Columbia.3.5u P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Mandu ter Rii!
road, Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad and
Leave Augusta.i:."u \. at,
Arrive ct charleston.:?.?o I1. M.
Leave Columbia.S VJ A. M.
Arrive at CbarWtou.tl.lu P. M.
AUGUST* NIGHT EXPSESa
Leave Charleston.P. 3L
Arnv ? at Aueusta.U.45 \. M.
Connecting with trams lor Mempbts, Nashville
and New Orleans, v'a Grand Junction.
leave Augusta.i.WP. M.
Arrive at Charleston.LOO A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT kSPREos.
ISCSOATf *X-.-?rTEi .'?
L'-nvt Charleston..">.") P. \L
Arrive ut Columbia.G.2?i A. >?.
Connecting(--uudaya excited' wi'u Greenville and
Zuta 1 Lia Railroad.
i eave Columbia.'.">) P. Al.
i rn ve at Charleston.3.3d A. M.
S MME!!Vil LL i BAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.? P. M.
Arrive at Summerville."?.Li P. M.
Leave Summer.?He.".? 20 ?. 31.
Arrive at Charleston.T.~> A. M.
CAMDEN LRAN; H.
On Mondays, Wednesday* and SaturJa
Leave EitgvUIe.P. M.
Arri c st Camden.>.' ) P. M.
Leave camden." ?0 A M.
Arrive ?t KiugVillc..'.HA. M.
iSicurdi ll. t. I'KAKr',
April 29 1 tcueral ?u:>ermtt mien I
I.HAHbKST?A ?. : : i ICAI ??;.!.
OPTICI! CHARLESTON CUY RAILWA" -f.,*
coronta UBOADAVD EASS HAY .-amtEr*, r
CtuaaESTO*, ?o 1:1, November 2 :: - o. I
SCUEIfULE OF THE CHAULE ?OS CHI
RAILWA Y <: o:u'.i.\ y
dave Ujyr Teru?;.?s.* ! Lcara?ower rem te-J
ii 1.30 A.M., and ; t inter. ! at c" A.M., ati. al inter?
vals 01 ten (10; Qilnutca 1 vals LI ten 10i minute?
during thc day till the daring lia ?i-y iii J 9
l:i>t trip at 9 P.M. I ".M.
N.K-Leave tho Vatt'tuib lo?ow-: Ont'iehor.r,
and ten (10) M'Nutes m the Lour, Lom e A. M.,
until 8 P. M., except at (sa (IO) minutes 0/ $ o'clock,
A. M. Ever? other trio trow the oil PO?tO??Ce.
Leave t'f;i?r rsrmiNlM Leave Lo tc-r Term vi us
i;L7.3i> A.M., and at inter- at f.O? A.M.. and nt inter?
vals Oi* twelve (IX mtoutes vals of twelve Il2i mla
ilurinc the dav till 8 51 ut. < daring MC day till
N.B.-Leave the Battery ut teetntitn 17 minite*
ali? the hour, sud fortune (41) minutes af'cr the
lu-ur, until retentan (17) minutes put e\ Lver;-other
trip trotj the oal Posioilicc.
Leave Upper 7?rmtHvs\ Leave tbs ??KWJITBH
atO A.M., and at toter-1 nu*at 9.SG A.M.. and at
vals or ilftecu I15i min- J totervals rt ruteen <\J)
mes i'll 7.00 P. M. ! Miaute? till ,.33 P. V.
N.B.-All the trips arc to the Uattery except thc
last trip 0: cai li car. _
1 rt UT LEDO E-FTREET LINE.
Leave f'/'""" TrrmirHS | Leave Lower TermirM
at 9 A.1L, and at toter-1 at 9.35 A.M.. aad at toter
val- of every twenty 120 vals of every twenty
minutes till ?.15 P.M. ! minutes til] 7.:;0 P.M.
u.U.-AU the trip* arc to the Battery except thc
last trip of each car.
S. V. . RAMSAY.
November 2 Secretary and Trcasurjr.
^ylLLIS iii CTI1SOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign aud Do mc; tic Porta) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES,
ATLANTIC WD ABE, Charleaton, S. C.
E.WILLIS.A. lt. CUISOLM.
October ..'.*'_, ?
Y T, WEsTEKVEhT,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT.
Prompt atteution given to COLLECTION CF
BENTS, OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS, ic
No. ERO AD-STREET, Charleston
S, c. Imo Oetoha U