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THE BAILY NEWS.
1 He Picture of the World.
One morning of a Summer's day,
Upon a pain ter's easel lay
Toe picture of a child at pla;;
A form of laughing life and grace,
And finished, all except tte place
Left empty for the um ouched race.
In nodding violets, half asleep, .
'lhe dancing feet were ankle deep;
One rounded ann was heaping np
With clover-bloom ?nd buttercup;
The other*V>s. ed a blossom high
To lure a hovering bu tte ?fly.
'Twas easy to imagine there.
In that round frame ol rippled hair.
The wanting lac, all bright and fair.
A salder artist came that day,
Looked on the picture where it lay.
And, sitting in the painter's place,
He painted in the missing face.
From bis own heart the hues he took
Lo ! what a wan and woeful look 1
Under that mocking wreath of flowers;
A face once seen oue still must sec
Wise, awful eyes' solemnity
Lips long, ago too tired to hide
The torture-lines where love had died;
The look of a despair too late.
Too de?1 ?? *~ -rate_
_.. --,- -. - --ir
1 face for which to far away
The struggle and the protest lay,
No memory of it more could say
Repulsed and rockie's, withered, wild.
It stared above that dancing child.
At night a musing poet came. _
And, shuddering, wrote b.neath its name.
PROCEEDINGS OP CITY COUNCIL.
REGULAR MEE UNG.
COUKOTJL, CHAMBER, November 3.1868.
Present-The Mayor; and Aldermen Tot?
ter Voigt, Cade, " (Dunningham, Whilden,
Olney, Howard, Marshall, Moore, McKinlay
and liereef. ,
The minnies of the last meeting were read
and confirmed. , ,.
Application of W. McKay for auctioneer's li?
cense. Referred to Committoe on Licenses.
Application of W. Shepherd, executor estate
ot Thomas A. P. Horton,praying for permis?
sion to build ced vaults nnder the sidewalk in
front of premis-'a No. 128 Meeting-street. Re?
ferred to Ckjmmtttee on Stroeta with power to
Fetation of Mrs. M. A. Whitney for relier in.
the matter of ber bnilding, damaged by a mob
some time ago. Referred to Committee on
Letter of James Melvin, Contractor for the
Upper Wards, protesting against the action ot
Council relative to his contract. Laid over for
Bills of Gas Light Company for October.
Referred to Committee on Lighting the City.
Sundry bills. Referred to Committee on
Return of City 8herLff for October, 1868,
showing 91493 30 collected from delinquent tax
- Statement of number of patients remain?
ing in the City Hospital, &c. Information :
. STATEMENT OF TEX K CUBES OF PATIENTS HE
MALMSQ IN COT HOSPITALS OF CHARLESTON,
s. c., AUGUST 10TH, 1868, SINCE ADMITTED,
DVSCB?SO?D ABD DIED.
wm 8 ft
;S?3S f Adult Males?
SSMCJO I Aoult Females
eogga j M lo Children.
o *. o g ?, j Female Children.
! g I Adult Males.
,ggg| Adult Females.
.MMI- I Male i hildren.
? ? Total in both Hospitals.
5?oSS5 I Seamen.
ca Ol S "?J
?O ?-Ol M
Total in both Hospitals including S cam o n
Males. Females. TotaL
City Hospital, Mazyck-st.... 12 9 21
City Hospital, Hampstead.... 6 7 IS
Office Health Department, Charleston, S. 0., Octo?
ber 30, 16?S.
The United States Government, through the
Bureau R. F. and A. L., furnished a supply of
medicinen which was sufficient, in m.st re?
spects, to last about six months under favora?
ble circumstances; many of the leading arti?
cles, however, snch as quinine, stimulants, ?c.,
were not enough for more than three months
if enough for that time.
Report of the City Treasurer of the nam es
.of licensed auctioneers :
COT TREASURY, November 3,1868.
To Mayor and Aldermen in Council assembled:
GENTLEMEN : It is my duty to report to you
the Licenses renewed, showing who are auc?
tioneers for twelve months from 30th Septem?
ber last, viz :
8. C. Black, L S. K. Bennett, Henry Cobia &
Co., B. & A. P. Caldwell, Clifford & Mathewea,
Campbell, Knox 4 Co., T. M. Cater, H. H. De
Leon, J. & F. Dawson, Miles Drako, L. D. Do
Sauasure, J. A. Enslow & Co., Wm. Gurney,
Holmes & Macbeth, N. Hunt & Son, Jeffords &,
Co., Leitch & Bruns, Lor,-,ides & Grimball.
Lauroy & Alexander, J. G. Milnor A Co., Milli?
gan & Son, B. M. Marshall & Bro., Z. B. Oakes,
J. S. Biggs. P. P. Salas, G. W. Steffena & Co.,
A. J. White & Sons, T. A. Whitney, Wardlaw &
Carew, I. Y. Westervelt, Bowers & Silcox, Abra?
hams & Son, Hutson Lee.
Very respectfully, S. THOMAS,
By Alderman McKinlay :
To lhe Honorable lhe Mayor and Aldermm of
Ute Cdy of Charleston:
The Committee on Steam Engines, to whom
was referred the petition of Mr. T. D. Dotterel-,
to erect a structure at the northwest corner of
/Calhoun and Alexander streets, /or the pur?
pose of enclosing an engine to be propelled by
steam, respectfully begs leave to report that
they have examined the site upon which it is
proposed to erect said building and the plan of
its Btruoture, as submitted to us by Mr. Dot?
terel, and find that it contorna in every par?
ticular to the ordinance regulating the erec?
tion of steam engines, and he promises to
observe the regulations required therebv in its
use. W6 therefore recommend that the ap?
plication be granted. Most respectfully sub?
mitted by WM. McKLNLAY, Chairman.
L. T. POTTER.
By Alderman Olney :
The Committee on icconnts beg leave to re?
port upon the examination of the following ac?
counts; they find ??e?n correct, and recommend
that they be passed for payment, viz :
Sundry bills ending October 20,1868. $2877 99
Sundry bills ending October 20,1868.. 1127 92
HOUSE OF CORRECTION.
H. Bensen. 27 00
Sundry bills. 273 06
STREETS, 4C. .
Sundry bills. 93 75
Sundry bills. 354 ll
GLEBE OF COUNCIL.
Hiram Harris. 3 50
John Russell. 17 Ori
Sundry bills. 1721 62
. $6496 03
H. B. OLNEY, I Committee on '
WM. G. WHILDEN, f Accounts.
By Alderman Voigt :
The Committee on Brick and Wooden BaiA
inga to whom was referred tb.9 application ? f
Hr. P. Goutvenier ? Bro., for repairing their
wooden building at No. C2 Besufain-street.
beg leave to report that they have examined
the same and recommend that it be granted,
provided the roof be covered with incombusti?
G. J. CUNNINGHAM, } Committee
ROBT. HOWARD, )
By Alderman Whilden : *
The same committee to whom was referred
the petition of tho Board of Commissioners of
the Market for the lighting ot three addtional
lamps in the market, recommend that the mat?
ter be referred to his Bonor the Mayor with
power to act.
The Committee on Lighting the City, to
whom was referred the petition of residents
of Ashley-street, continued above Spring, for
thc lighting of a lamp in that court, recom?
mend that the petition he over for further
WILLEM G. WHILDEN, I " ...
A. S. MARSHALL, r Committee.
The Special Co;^^ on tue Fire Depart
ment T-pectfullv report that, atter a careful
examination, they recommend that the sum ot
two hundred and'fittv dollars be paid in full for
the claim of G. W. Esau, Esq.. for extra work
performed on buildings of iEtna, Hook and
Ladder aud Phoenix Companies._'
WILLIAM G. WHILDEN.
H. B. OLNEY.
G. J. CUNNINGHAM".
L. T. POTTER.
Th? Mayor presented the following commu?
nication trom the City Attorney:
CHABLESTON, November 2, 1868.
Hc.t. G. W. Clark, Mayor:
;IB: I send you draft of tho agreomont con
c iining the Artesian Well, prepared upon con
f.ronce with tho committee and Mr. Welton,
'Jhey approve the dratt.
As there arc some amplifications, and, per
h;,-?. some modification of thc repoit in this
draft, nude to carry ont what tho committee
and Mr. Welton stated lo be their mutual
understanding, it is perhaps proper that tho
draft ba submitted to Council before execution
to ascertain whether it embodies their views
I stated to tho committee that the agree?
ment to divide tbe net profits might involve
Council in a liability for the contracts ot Mr.
Welton in the execution of the work.
To provide against this, the earnings 01 tho
water are to be applied to such outlays and ex?
penditures; and if Mr. Welton does not comply
with his covenant to do the work at his own
coBt and charges in the first instance, Council
may protect itself by determining the lease and
It will be tor Council to determine whether
they regard this protection as sufficient.
An inventory and appraisement of the prop?
erty in the well is to be attached to the agree?
W. D. PORTER.
I The agreement wih be published in a future
The favorablo report of the Committoe on
Streets on the petition of Robert Brodie, Esq.,
praying compensation tor 971 feet of land,
taken to widen Market?street, was taken up
Alderman Whilden moved that the report of
the Committee on Streets, made at last meet?
ing, on the petition of james Melvin, Street
Contractor, be reconsidered. Carried.
Alderman Olney moved that the petition of
James Melvin be indefinitely postponed. Car?
Adjourned. W. H. SMITH.
Clerk ot Council.
MAI A NZ i S-Per British brig Oajrev-103 hhds
Sugar, 49 hhds Molasse?, to W P Hall; 100 bois
Orange?, 25 bunches l'ananas, to J A Enslow k
Co; 32 bales Tobacco, 2 boxs? Cigars, 4 quarter
casks Wine, 1 bundie Paper cigars, to Maiinas k
BALTIMORE-Por steamship Sea Gall-93 tierces
Bleu, 460 bales Upland Cotton, 13 bales Rat's. 26
bales Yarn, 12 bales Hides and Skins, 119 bbls
Bosin. 3 bbs Pork, 72 casks Clay, C bb.ls Hones,
1 bhd Copper 10 bbls Brandy, li;: sucks Dried
Fruit, 13 bb s Pried Fruit, 303 sacks Peach Ker?
nels, lO.OUOfeet Lumber, 5 Pa :tages.
Mic L nain s ton Cotton and Klee M ar kel.
OrFlCE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, |
CHARLESTON.' Friday Evening, Nov. 6, "CS. !
COTTON.-This articlo was dull aud depressed in
consequence of less favorable telegrams from the
English and Northern markets, and sellers ir-d to
lower their rates aboutie 9 1b, but thc transac?
tions were small, tho limited supply of the articlo
and the indispoeit:oa of factors to accept declining
rates restr cting the operations of the day. Sales
HObalej, viz: 33 at 23;?. 56 at 23??, ll at 23}? and 8
at 24& Wc quote:
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.21 &23
Strict t) Good Middling.24>?-@24;?
RICE-Thia grain continues in good demand, and
prices are generally steady. Sales 173 tierces of good
el jan Carolina, say 95 tierces at 8>?c f) lb, 78 do at
8?,'c ? lb. Wc quote good clean Carolina at 8,'4'a
8,','c 9 lb.
Market? by Telegraph.
LONDON, November 6.-Consols 94^a94J?. Bonds
easier at 733?.
LIVERPOOL, November 6.-Noon-Cotton stoady;
sales 15,000; sales of the week 121,000; for export
27,000; for speculation 26.000. Stock 426,000 bales, ot
which 48,000 are American; the latter being nearly
30,000 over the est??ate.
Aitemoon.-Cotton firm. Lard 66?. Turpentine
LIVERPOOL, November 6- Evening. -Cotton afloat,
284,000 bales, including 35,000 from the Uni ted States.
Yarns, fabrics, and heavy breadstuff! quio '.. Pro
YTsious uncbango 1.
PABIS, November 6.-The bullion in thc Bauk ot
France has decreased nearly half a million francs.
NEW YOEE, November C-Noon.-Money very un?
settled and excited. Sterbur 9)?. GM 32!,
Flour 10 to 15c low?r. Wheat nominally 1 to 2o
lower. Corn dull and drooping. Mess pork hesvy
at $26 75 to $26 85. Lard dull-steam 16i?c tol7^c.
Cotton drooping at 23J?o. Turpentine ttljfe.
Rosin quiet-strained, $2 10 to $2 45. Freights
Evening.-The cotton market ls heavy and de?
cidedly lower; sales 2300 bales, at 25a25,\ic. Flour
heavy; superfine $5 7>a6 10; extra $6 25. Wheat 2a
3c lower. Corn lc lower; mixed Western $116; yel?
low Southern $8. Mess pork $26 75. Whiskey lower
at $1 02al 05. Rosin, strained, $2 40a2 45. Tallow
quiet at 12^al3c. Freights quiet; cotton by steam
%. Money, after great excitement, closed at 7. Ster?
ling closed weak at 9. Gold 32%a33.
BALTIMOBS, November 6.-Cotton dull at 25c.
Flour and wheat dull Corn dull with light i eccipts,
$lil 06. Oats and rye doll and nominal Bacon ac?
tive; shoulders lS?^allc.
LOUISVILLE, November 6.-Lard 17. Shoulders 14
to 14>?; clear sides 19.l^al9^i. Whiskey $1 05.
WILMINGTON, November 6.-Spirits of turpentine
40>j'. Rosin-strained $1 50; strained and No. 2
mixed $170; No. 2 $1 75al 90; extra No. 2 $2; No. 1
$4; pate $6. Tuipentine $2 63. Cotton-no receipts
and no soles.
AUGUSTA, November 6.-Cotton more active, but
prices lower. Sales 815 ba'es. Receipts 676. Mid?
dling 22?^. Sal-, s of thc week 2180 ; receipts 3235.
SAVANNAH, Novena bor 6. -Cotton d ull ; m tddiings
IM?S?X; sales, 533 bales; r.-ceipts, 1135 bale;.
MOBILE, November 6.-Cotton quiet and weak;
sales 100 bales; middliog22>?a23c; receipts 709 bales.
Receipts ol the week 4792 bales; sales 5950 bales.
Exports coastwise 92 bales; foreign 2760 bales. Stock
NEW ORLEANS, November 6.-Gold 33?ia34. Ster?
ling 42)?a44??. New York sight >?" discount. Sugar
firm; receipts all sold; prices unchanged. Molasses
easier; Centrifugal 70; prime to choice 80a83. Cotton
easier; middling 23&a23X; sales 4600 bales; receipts
7962 bales; exports 339 balee. Receipts of the week
proper 31.403 bales; total 32,240 bales. Exports to
Liverpool 10,502 boles; to Havre 3000 bales; coast?
wise 3882 bales. Stock 78,389 bales.
NASHVILLE, November 3.-COTTON-After a day
of c nsiderable a- tivity the market closes quiet ai>d
steady at the following quotations: Ordinary 39,^a
20; good ordinary 2')^a20?i; low middling SlJIfa
1 he receipts of the day amounted to 188 bales, with
sales of 160 and shipments of 299 bales.
Stock on haud September 1, 1868.60
Shipped previously.. .3111-3110
Stock on hand.547
WHEAT-WO heard of a good article of red wheat
to-day being sold at SI 50.
COEN-Sales to-day at 52??c
OATS-Sales of 100 bushels at 65c.
WILMINGTON, November 5.-SPIRITS IUBPEN
TINE-sales cf 10J bbls at 40 cts, and 275 bWs at 40>i
Hoers-"ales ol 75 bbls pale at SI 65; 23 do No i
at S4 25; IIS do No 2 at. 170, and 1828 do strained and
No 2 at SI Goal TU.
CRUDE TURPENTINE-Sales cf 84 bbls at 52 C5.
COTTON-Sales of 12 bales mixed at 23?? cts.
Consignees per Scutti Carolina K ait road
?55 bales Cotton, 93 bales Domestics, 40 boxes To?
bacco, 1511 busheis Grain, 2C bundles Paper, CO bbls
Naval Stores, 7 cars Wood, 3 cars Lumber, 2 cars
Stock. To Raiin ad Agent, Fiost k Adger, Pelzer,
Rodgers k Co, Reed r k Davis. W P Dowliug k Co,
Caldwell & Son, Willis k Cbisolm, L'tscy k Kenyon,
T H & W Dewtes, BollmaEn Bros, Holmes, Waities
& Co, G S Walter ? Co, L D DeSaussnre. W Roacb,
Wardlaw k Care r, Hopkins, McPbe.-son & Co, W C
Courtccy k Co, Monry k Co, J D Aikeu & Co. Rave
ncl ? Co, Grae-er, Lee, Siuilh ? Co, Cohen, Han kel
& Co. Thurston k Holme?, Courtenay k Trenholm.
J R Prinalc, a Cooia & Co. G W Williams 4: Co, J ?
E Sloan, Pinokney Bros, G Follm, E J Wis?, and W
C Dukes & Co.
Consignees per Northeastern Huilroad
147 biles Colton, 104 lu-hds Bonah Ere. Naval
Stores, M:lte, fcc To J S '? Hill, J Schirmer, J D
Aiken & Co. Wuibern k Co. J franck, Graeser, Lee,
Boiitb k Co. W Gurncv, J McNeill, Frost k auger,
W K Ryan, Na.hoan ?: Co, W C Bee A- Co, Thurston
& Holmes, C A Burrett. Mowry & Co, Reeder k Da?
vis, Caldwell A: Sou. C.; V," Willi ins ? Co. Kendall k
Doekcry, Ravencl A: Co, A A Goldsmith & Co. and
Wogeuer, Heath & Monsees.
Per steamship Sea Gull, for Baltimore-Mrs Ad?
dison. T B hule, Dr HD Fraser, two Misses John?
ston, J S Lumber ton, and 1 in steerage.
Per steamship Charleston, from New York-Miss
Mary Barns. W O Kt mp and wile, E Bull, Mrs G D
Knox, Capt Himer and wite, J Morriseon, D Houck,
Bisbop Davis. Miss Div s, Mr nankin and wife, G
Hamilton, Miss Huger, Miss Hayne, Miss S Smith,
Mrs Thayer. Miss Tbayer, Misa Hamilton, Mr Mul?
cahy. J F Baker, W J Frisbee, Mrs Miller and two
daughters. Mrs Ford, children and nurse, W H Bel?
lamy, Mrs smith, child and nurse, Mr Ravenel, Rev
Dr McCullough, J Pipes, M T Remp and nurse, G
Miller, J Miller. H Miller, and - in the steerage.
P?r steamer Emilie, 1mm Georgetown, S C
J S Higgins, C E Higgins, N Emanuel, and 5 deck.
PHASES OF TUE MOON.
Last Quarter, 7tb, 8 hours, SO minutes, morning
New Moon, 14th, 5 hours, 47 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 22d. 1 hour. 38 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 29tb, 7 hours, 52 minutes, evening.
SISES. I SETS.
2 [Monday,...1 G..20
3 Tuesday.... C..21
6 Friday. 6..24
5.. 7 7..12 i 8..38
6.. 6 8.. 5 9..26
6.. 5 8. .58 i 10..14
5.. 4 9..S7 ll.. 5
5.. 3 10..69 i 12.. 3
5.. 2 Morn. 1.. 8
6.. 1 12.. 4 1 2..15
Port of Charleston. ^NTov'ber V
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York-loft 3d
Inst. Mdzc. lo J Adcer k Co, Adams, Damon
k Co, T M Bristoll, H A Due, Dowio k Moise, A Bis?
choff, J D Mien & Co, E Bates & Co. J DolnVn, J M
Eason, Bollmunn Bros, E J U fischer, BissellA: Co,
Furchgott B os, G H Brown, B Fcldmaun k Co, J
burek, Forsyth, McComb k Co, Mrs Booth, Boyd k
O'Mora. D F Fleming & Co, W Brookbank*, M L
Pemman, J H Graver, H BLic'jofI k Co, A G Good?
win, agent, J Commins, Goodrich, Wineinau k Co,
Cameron. Barkley 4: Co, G H Grube-, C D Carr &
Co, C Goldstein, N A Hunt, R & A P Caldwell, F F
Chapeau, F Horsey, G Hamilton. W Carrington. W
H tl:alee, Jennings, Ihomliusou k Co, A Illing, C H
Jobnson, M Drake, Joffords .V Cn, Kinsman Bros, H
H Knee, outhern Express Co, J F Taylor. 1 L Falk,
H Hua?. J A skeiis, Klinck, WicLeubrrg .v Co, P P
T?ales, L Lorentz, Lengnick k Sell, Welcb k Brandes,
Laurey A: Alexander, Willis & Chlsolm, G J Lubrs,
Worner & Ducker, W Mareehcr. R Wtiite, J Mulcahy,
V.agcuer. Heath k Mouse-.s, -McLoy k Bice, Muller,
Nimitz & i 0, W G Whildeu, Walker. Evans M Cogs
wed, J G Milnor A Co, H R Wolker, North, Steele k
Warde 1, W a Corwin k co, D O'Neill, J N M Wohlt
man. D O'Neill, B O'Neill, Pelzcr, Ro Igers k Co, D
Paul 4; Co, Palmetto Pioneer Association, S C Rail?
road Agent. Ciane, Boylslon ic Co, Marshall, Burge
k co, J R Read .t Co, Strauss & Vance. G W Steffens
k Co, W Steele, E B Stoddard 4: Co, aud others.
British oark Boroco.-Card, Halitax, N S-7 days.
Bjllast. To R M uro & Co.
r.ritL-'u brig Osprey, Oulton, Matanzas. Sugar,
Molasses, Cigare and Fruit, 'io W P Hull, .1 A En6
low k Co. and Marinas 4: Sayas. While ly i a . at an?
chor off t. e bar, a sharp sea prevailing, carried away
the windlass, and lust anchor and sixty lath J:.IS of
British brig Joshua k Mary, Veal, St Vincents,
Cape dc Ve: de-22 days. Ballast To R Mure k Co.
tear C S Grove, Weaver. Philadelphia-5 days.
Coal. 1 o the MLster, and C Vi Seignious.
Sehr W H Tiers, Holtmin. Phtiadelpida-5 days.
Coal To tho Master, and F P seignious.
Sehr San tee, Prince, Back River. 2237 bushels
Rough Rice. To Cohen, Hanckcl k Co.
Sehr l>eu Brown,-, iiack River. 5374 bush?
els Rough bice. To Cohen, Hanckcl 4: Co
Sehr Charlotte, Peterson, Hack River. 3400 bush?
els Rough Rico. To Coben, Honekel A; Co.
Sehr Odd Fellow, Kam'sd'-u, Back River. 2110
bushels Rough Bice. To Cohen, Hauckel .v Co.
Sehr Ann S Deis, irom West Point Mill. 95 bbls
Rice. To W C B?.o k Ca
Sehr Louisa, -, Cooper River. 1100 bushels
Rouan Rico. To F G C:rt.
Clark's boat from James Island. 4 bags S I Cot?
ton, 'io Gaillard A: M mott.
By drays Irom Chisolm's Mill-110 tierces Rice.
To Chisoini Bros, J il Baggctt A Co, T H A: W Dc
wees, and H Bischoff A; Co.
Steamer Emilia, Davis, Georgetown, S C. Ill
tierces Rice, aDd Sundries To Shaekchurd Jr
Kelly, Mrs c H Ward, J R Pringle, J Hug. 1, Geu W
G D. Saussure. - Dawson, W W Foster, Mrs S E
Raine.', and others.
Stcnmt r Marirn. Foster. Sautcc. IS bales Cotton,
122 bbls Bodo, 15 bois Spirits and 77 bbis Crude
Turpentine, and Suudnes. Tr J Ferguson, Frost k
Adger, W C Dukes A: Co, J A Quuck. ubush, Prizer,
Rodgcis & Co, G E Pritcbctt, Goldsmith k Co, F L
Myer, I M Caldwell fe sous, W C Bea 4: Co. and
Steamer Volunteer, Elder, Ashcpoo. 1400 Lushed
Rice. To G H Hoppock.
IN THE OFFING.
British ship N Mosher, Mosticr, New York. Bal.
last, io R Mure A: Co.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-Courtenay
Steamship Sea Gull, DutLm, Baltimore.
From this Fort.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York, No?
Bark RGW Dodge, Munro, Philadelphia, Novem?
Cleared for this Port.
Bark Lizz:e H-, Spring, at Bath, Me, Novem?
Brig J B Kirby, Barnard, at Philadelphia, Novem?
Sehr E S Tin6den, Chase, at Philadelphia, Novem?
Sehr W ll Ihomas, Dinsmore, at Philadelphia, No?
The schrN ellie True. Hume, from Georgetown, 6
C, arrived at Portland, Me, November 1.
lhe sehr Shiloe. Hatch, from Georgetown, S C,
put into Holmes' Hole, November 1.
Li I ST OF VJelSSKLS
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOE THIS POh'i
Ship Richard the Third, Wood, clearad.Sept 30
The Agra, Fuluiore, up.Oct 8
The Mouuc quash, Murray, sailed.Oct 8
Bark Jenny Lind, Sherwood, sailed.August -
Ship Narragansett, Hamlin, sailed.Oct 9
N G bark Gauss, Welting, sailed.Oct 8
Sehr J W Allen, Doane, up.Oct 23
S-dir L Rich, Paddock, up. Nov 1
Bark Lizzie H-, spring, cleared.N ov 2
NEW ?C Lt',
British ship N Mosher. Mosher, cleared.Oct 26
Sehr Ida S Burmese, Burgess, cleared.Oct 5
SCUT ll Caldwell, McCormick, up.Oct 36
Brig John Welsh, Jr, Mundy, np.Oct 23
Brig J B Kirby, Barnard, cleared.Nov 3
Sehr Wm D Thomas, Dinsmore, cleared. N ov 3
Sehr E S Tinsden, Chase, elcired.Nov 3
Sehr Kate E Rich, Church, up.OCL 30
Steamship Cirro!, Childs, to leave.Od 29
GENER\L SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. I
CHARLESTON, S. C.. October 31, 1868.1
THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY INFORMED THAT
the line of Railroad from Selma, Alibama. via
Bone to Charleston, S. C., is open for passengere
and freight H. T. PEAKE",
November 2 General Superintendent.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE ON THE
SPARTANBURG AND UNION RAILROAD.
ON AND AFTER THE 2D NOVEMBER, 186b,
the Passenger Trains wIU leave .^parianburg
Courthouse oj Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
at 7 A. M., and arrive at Al-don ut 1.20 P. M., con.
nc-ting with Greenville Down Train, and Trains for
Charlotte and Charleston.
Ou Tursinys, 1 kunda ?fi and Saturdays, thc Up
Passenger Trains, connecting willi the i.reeuviUc
Up Trains, will leave Alston at 9 A. M., and arrive at
Sportanburg Courthouse at 3.20 P. M.
.J HOS. n. JETER,
President ?part mburg and Union Railroad.
October 30 Imo
SAVANNAH A.\D C H A Ii LE STO 3 RAIL?
WINTER TIME TABLE PASSENGER TRAIN.
SrPERINTICNDEN'T'S OFFICE. )
('inr.Lr.sros. November 2, 16G8. )
ON AND AFTElt MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH,
tho'1 ri-Wockly Train will le ive Charleston ou
Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays, at 9 15 A. M., ar?
riving at Coogiwhatcbio at 3.15 P M.
Returning, leave Coosawhatchie on Tu-siays,
Tltursdays and Saturdays, at 10 A. M.. arriving in
Charleston at 4 P. M.
Connections both ways by hacks with Walterbo
rough and beaufort.
To inrure prompt transmission, Freight must be
at the Dejiof, foot of Mill-stavct, by 2 P. M. on Tues?
days, ThuTidavs and saturdays.
C. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
November 2 C
ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
GENF.FAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,)
ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD. 5
SAVANNAH, OCT OBEit 28, 1868. )
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1,
TltALNS ON THIS ROAD will runas follows,
commencing with 7 P. M. Train:
NIGHT EXT II ESS THATS.
Leavo Savannah (Saturdays excepted) at.7 00 r M
Arrive at Live Oak at.3:0AM
Arrive at Jacksonville at.7 30 A M
Lc?ve Jacksonville (Sundays excepted) at_7 15 p M
Leave Live Oak at.ll 40 p M
Arrive at Savannah (Mondaye excepted) at. ..8 OU A M
Leave Savannah (Sundays excepted) at.7 00 A M
Arrive at Bainbridge at.10 20 P M
Arrive at Live Oak at.5 30 p M
Arrivo at Jaeksonvi lcat.1 3J A M
Arrive at Tallahassee at.12 57 A M
Arrive at Quincy at.315 A M
Leave Bainbridge (Sundays excepted) at.7 00 P M
Leave Quincy ai.8 37 A si
Leave T allahassee at.10 45 A M
Leave Jacksonville nt.10 18 A M
Leave Live Oak at.7 20 A M
Arrive at Savannah (Suudays excepted) at.. .6 00 p ii
Passengers to Stations west ol' Lawton and Live
Oak take Day Train from Savannah.
Passengers from Bainbridge connect at Lawton
with Express Train for Savannah at 2 00.A M.
Passengers from tallahassee by Day train connect
at Live O ik with Express Train for Savannah at ll 40
Slccpin;; Carson ExpresoTraius.
No change, between Jacksonville and Savannah on
steamers leavo St. Mark? fer Now Orleans, Apa?
lachicola and Pens icola every Friday.
Leave St Mjrks for Havana. Hoy West. Cedar Key.-?
and J ampa every Wednesday.
Stearne's leave I ackson ville for Palatka, Enter?
prise and all points on the st. John's Uiver every
Sunday and Wednesday ot 9 00 A. M.
H. S. HAINES.
November 2 2mo Gene:al yupcrlnton.lent.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON.^. C., March 20, lt-iS. |
ON AND AFTER -SUFDAY. MARCH NTH. THU
PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Carolmt
Railroad will run a* follows :
Leave Charleston.?.30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.S.ao P. II.
Connecting with trains lor Montgomery, Memphis.
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery auc
I cave Charleston. .6.P0 A. BL,
Arrive at Columbia.3.50 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road, Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad and
Leave Augusta.O.'iU A. ?Vt,
Arrive at Charleston.3.10 P. M.
Leave Columbia.'.6 Oe A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.1u P. AI.
AUoUSIA NIGHT EXPRliSs
I KUNU ATS EXCilPTED. I
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.15 A. Al.
Connecting with truius tor Memphis, SashvJUt
and Hew Orleans, via Graud Junction.
I eave Augusta.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.l.On A. M,
COLUMBIA NIGHT hXPRESS.
Lr ave Charleston .3.40 P. M
Ai rive at Columbia.6.20 A. M
Connecting (?iiudays excepted) with Greenville and
Colive bia Railroad.
Leave Columbia.5.30 P. M.
?rnve at Charleston.5.30 A. Al.
Si MMEltVII.LE iRAIN.
Leave Charleston..'1.4': P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.5.16 2. M.
Leave Summerville.7.?0 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.S.33 A. M
0;i Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Ringville.2.20 P. ll.
Arri eat Camden.5.00 P. M.
Leave Cunidcc.5.M A. M.
Arrive Lt Raeville.7.1(1 A. kl,
Signed) ' ll. T. PEAKE,
April 29 General Superintendent
CHANGE OE SCHEDULE.
CHARLOTTE AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL
SUPERINTEND. NT'S OFFICE, I
COLUMBIA. S. C., Jlarch 31.18G8. (
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE, THE TRAINS
over this hoad will run as follows:
Leave Columbia at.*-00 P. Al
Arrive at Charlotte at.11.00 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at.IL35 P. M
Arrive at Columbia at.O.Oo A. M.
Passengers taking this route, going North make
close c-infections at Greensboro', Weldon and Ports?
mouth, to all principal Northern cities.
^.Tickets optional from Grernsboro', either via
Dunville or Raleigh; and from Portsmouth either
via Bay Line or Annaui'Sric Route. Baggage checked
Connections made both ways with trains o? tht
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
April 2 Supenntendent.
CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY COM.
OFFICE CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY CO., }
CORNER BROAD AND EAST HAY STREETS, V
CHARLESTON, So. CA., November 2. 1868. 1
SCHEDULE OF THE CHARLESTON CIT)
Leave Upper Terminus Leay; Lower Termina
at 7.30 A.M., and at inter- ai 8 A.M., and at inter
vals ot len (10; minutes vals of ten 1101 minute?
during the day till the during the day till 9
last trip at 9 P.M. M.
N. H.-Leave the Eall'Ty as follows : On the hour,
and ten (10) minutes ol the hour, from s A. M.,
until 8 P. M., except at ten 110? minutes of 0 o'clock,
A. M. Ever? other trip trom the old Postoflice.
Leave Uiver Terminus I Leave Lower Terminui
nt 7.30 A.M., and at inter- ai 8.05 A.M., and utiuter
vals ol'twolve il2. mmuhi.s | vals ol' twelve |12? min?
durina Cae dav till 8 54 I ute? during the day tili
P.M. I 9 P. M.
N.B.-Leave tte nattery al seventeen (17> minutes
aliej tbe hour, and forty-one (41) minutes after the
hour, until jrrenicm (17) minutes past 8. Every other
trip trom the olii Postollicc.
Leave Upper termsuul Leave the Lower Termu
at 9 A.M., and at inter- [nus at 9.3U A.M., and al
vals of nfteeu (1S| min- mtervals ol UUeen (15
utes till 7.00 P. M. I minutes till 7.30 P. M.
N.B.-All thc trips arc to the Battery except the
last trip of each car.
HUT LEDGE-STREET LINE.
Leave Upper Terminus | Leave Lower Tei-minut
at 9 A.M., and at inter-1 at 9.35 A.M., and at inter?
vals of every twenty (20; vals or every twenty (20
minutes titi C.45 P.M. | minutes till l.'Mifi^l
N.B.-All the trips are lo the Buttery ??cept the
last tr.p of each car.
S. W. RAMSAY,
November 2 Secretary au'l Tria?'arer.
GET THE BEST!
MCINTIRE'S IMPROVED COTTON TIE,
THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS McLNTIRE'S IMPROVED COTTON TIE, WHICH WE HAVE NO HESITATION IN PRESENTING
to the Public aa tho
BEST TIE 11?T USE.
It has been thoroughly tested in different sections ol the South, and ita superior merits freely acknowledged by all who have tried it. In fact
ita popularity hag become so great as to warrant us in the assertion that it is 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 PLANTERS,
PRESSMEN and deah rs generally to the following porMs : The perfect construction of the Hinge and rounded edges of the Buckle secure the
o..tiro strength of tho Band, and give it great advantages in compressing. It bas no Tongues to presB against th? Band-does not require any
Pins to be slipped in, pulled out or to FALL OUT; and is used without tho troublesome opsration of bending or looping the Band. The manoer
in which it works is easily understood from the cut. Each Tie is complete in itself-the Buckle being riveted to the Band; and no part can be
ost. The simple process of running the Band into tho Buckle and letting it go at the proper placo is all that is necessary, the fastening being
perfected tho moment the pressure of tho cotton is brought to bear on the Bands. The Buckle is strong, compact and small, presenting an
even surface, bas no rough edges or protruding points, consequently sinks even with the cotton and obviates the great objection to other Ties,
which are wrenched apart when the buckles of different bales get caught in handling or transportation, and especially when bales are piled on
FOR SALE BY
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
Ageuts for State of South Carolina, Charleston.
September 2 D*C _ _ws2mos
Prrjfl?, (ILIjcmif?Ia, (Etc.
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FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
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Ask 1er SUMTER BI HEUS. Sold by Druggists
t?r"Sec that our sigua', ure is over tbe cork of each
bottle. DO WIK ?Si MOISE,
POPRIETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Augu?t 5 fimo* Charleston, S. C.
O S A D A L I S
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty and Many
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z?5r For Testimonials of remarkable
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rnEPAnim ONLT BI
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
NO. 211 liALTIMORE-STUZET, I?ALTIMORE, MD.
FOR SALE BY
DO WIK di MOISE,
No. 1G9 Meeting-street, corner Hasel.
Pt OSAD A LIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Everywhere.
July 28 DA? _Jyr
For ea'.e by E. H. KELLERS A CO..
September 18 No.131 Meeting-stieet
J ii s ti r a n r c il g c n r ij.
YORK IDT IN^ (
1845 PURELY MUTUAL..1845
THIS COMPANY ORIGINATED THE CELEBRATED TEN YEAR NON-FORFE?TDBE SYSTEM.
Issues every kind of Policy approved by science and its experience of nearly a quarter of a century,
and insures AT 006ft returnlag ALL tho profits to the p'ilicv-holders.
PREMIUMS PAYABLE ANNUALLY, SEMI-ANNUALLY AND QUARTERLY; AND CREDIT OF 40
PER CKNT. ALLOWED IF DESIR* D.
GcBcrnl i-J formation will be afl'ordc-J, and thc Superintendent's reports of all the Comnanies exhibited,
upon call at this Office.
THOMAS FROST. General Agent Ur Soutb Carolina,
October 0 tow Imo No. 54 BROAD-STREET.
INSURE YOUR LIFE
PIEDMONT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
f r. vTT-' ?I I O F VIT. G INI A.
Capital paid in and Securely Invested - - $100,000
Income first ten months of actual work, over 200,000
Policies issued on same, over. 1,000
?3* Eighty-seven and a half per cent, paid to Policy- Holders.
A3" No Reduction In regard to travelling.
?3-Ali Policies arc Non-forfcitabTc.
For rates anti terms, apply to
J. ALPEED CAY, .Agent,
October 20 UiBlmo OFFICE No. 151 fJAST BAY.
FOR BALING COTTON.
OF TBIS EXCELLENT TIF, WBICH BAS GIVEN SUCH GENERAL SATISFACTION, I HAVE NOW
left only thc short lengths-say ?igtit feet nine inches, eight and a half feet, and eight feet. Tc
those who eau us- these lengths, ?hey trill bj tarnished at very reduced prices.
Try them. For sale by
R. M. BUTLER,
November 5 thatu Imo AGENT AT CHARLESTON.
E. CLAGHOR.t, 1 Philadel- AV. F. HE KRIK G, A. M. JACKSON.
E. ll. COATES, } phia, Pa. Augusta, Gc. Charleston, S. C.
CIAGHOKN, HEEEINGr & CO.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Mercln.nts,
AUGUSTA, GA., CHARLESTON, S. C., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
HAVING RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A BBANCH HOUSE AT CHARLESTON (AC?
COMMODATION WHARF), we are prepared to offer every facility for RECEIVING, FOR?
WARDING AND SELLING
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE,
TO EITHER OF BUR 7 HItEE HOUSES.
LIBERAL ADVANCE made on all censiftuments when desired. Also to our friend*.
Mosers. ROBT. LOCKHART & DEMPTER, LiverpooV, England.
October ti mc 3mos
?piANOS! PI AS?SI|W
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1868 HAS JUST BEEr<
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STLEFF FOR
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFIOE AND WARERGUM. No. 7 N. LIBERT'S.
STREET, ABOVE BALUMORE-STREE?,
BA LiTIMUlO. Md.
8TTEFF*3 PIANOS fl AVE ALL THE LATEST
improvement, including the A s ra tie treble, ivorj
trouts, and tbe improved French Action, fully war?
ranted tor five years, with privilege of exchanut
within twelve months if not entirely satisfactory tc
purchaser. Second-handed Pianos and Parlor Or?
gans always on hand from SSO to $300.
REFEREES WHO HAVE OUB PIANOS D? USS:
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. C.
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Messrs. R. Burwell i ?otie, Charlotte, N. 0.
Max Strokosch, Itali m Opera.
Messrs. Pict son & Sous, Sumter, $. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleston, S. C.
October 22 3-3mos
WM. KNABE & tUaT
October ID 3a:rs
JAMES KNOX.JOHN GILI?
KNOX & (jILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
Consignments of COTTON, RICE, A-c, respect,
fully solicited, and liberal advance* nude thereon.
Order? for COHN and BACON rromptly executed
.nth care and attention. v
MONUMENT SQUARE, A.
KIltKi.\.\L & CO., Proprietors.
April 27 iyr