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THE DAILY NEWS.
To a Beautiful Stranger.
A glance, a smile, I see it yet I
A moment, ere thc train was starting;
How strange to tell 1-we scarcely met,
And yet I felt a pang at parting I
And you-alas! that all the while
'Tis I alone that am confessing
?What thought was lu-klng in your smile
Is quite beyond my simple guessing.
I onl. know Ihose beaming rays
Awoke in me a strange emotion,
Which, basking la the r warmer blaze.
Perhaps might kindle to devotion.
Ah ! many a heart as staunch as this,
By sm'Ung lips allured from duty.
Has sunk in Passion's dark abyss
"Wrecked on the coral reefs of Beauty I '
And so, 'tis well the train's swift flight.
That hore away my charming stranger,
Took her-God bless her !- ont of eight,
And me, as quickly, out of danger 1
COUNCIL CHAMBEE, February 18,1868.
Present-The Mayor, aDd Aldermen Ravenel,
Gerdts, Small, O'Neill, Olney, Honour. Mar?
shall, Euston, WhildeD, Cosgrove, Parker,
Courtenay and Wragg.
The minutes of the Inst meetings were read
The following matters were disposed of in
regular order :
Applications of B. Reils, for No. 2 License;
Elizabeth Gorman, Philip Riley and Mrs. With
ington, for Junk-shop Licenses. Refeired to
Committee on Licenses.
Petition of. Dr. W. H. Collins, relative to his
arrearage of taxes. Referred to Committee of
Wftys ?ud ilcEiis
Petition of W. H. Dawson, attorney for Miss
Clementine Gadsden, for renewal of city scrip,
the original being lost. Granted.
Petition of Mrs. M. A. Whitney, for relief in
the matter of her taxes. Referred to Commit?
tee of Wavs and Means.
Petition of John Moore, D. D., pastor cf St.
Patrick's Church, praying for a sufficiency of
bricks to pave in front of a new brick residence
on St. P'lihp's-street, to be used as a parochial
residence for St. Patrick's Church. Referred
to Committee on Streets.
The following communication from thc Com?
missioners of Marketa was read :
MARKET HALL, February 5, 1868.
To the Honorable Mayor and Aldermen:
GENTLEMAN : At a meeting of the Commis?
sioners of Markets, held this day, the commu?
nication from your honorable Board relating
to Mr. Bull's claim was presented to them for
their consideration. On motion,
Resolved, i bat the clerk transmit to Council
a duplicate copy of the resolution adopted by
this Board August 7th, 1867, in relation to the
claim of Mr. Bull.
MARKET HALL, August 7th, 1867.
Resolved, That a return be made to Council
informing them that this demand appears to
have originated in the year 1853; that, after
fall inquiry into aDd consideration of the mat?
ter, the Board are of the opinion that Mr. Bull
has no claim and is not entitled to receive any?
thing on account thereof from the City Coun?
cil or from this Bjard.
The Board also, on the 5th of June, 1867,
passed the following resolution in reply to Mr.
Bull's communication. On motion.
Resolved, That the Board don't recognize
Mr. Bull's claim.
[Extract from Minutes.] Chief Clerk.
Received as information.
SUNDE V BILLS REFERRED TO PBOFEB COMMIT
Bills of Lunatic Asylum-$3829.72. Referred
to Comniitroe on Accounts.
Bills of Gas Company amounting to $2349.80.
Referred to Committee an Lighting the City.
Belum of Harbor Master for Januar}', 1868,
showing $367.33 paid into the treasury. Re?
ceived as information.
Return of City 8beriff for January, 1868,
showing $9940.22 paid into the treasury. Re.
ceived as information.
The following return of the City Sheriff, of ?
property bid in for city, February 4, 1868, was
referred" to Committee" on City Lands, to re?
port to Council a plan for renting and mana?
ging the same.
Return of City Sheriff of property sold by
bim for city taxes, on Tuesday, 4th February,
and bid in for the city on a lease of five years :
Two houses and lots, Anson-street,
Bold as the property of Mrs. M.
FOB TAXES OF 1866-7.
House and lot, Hanover-street, proper?
ty of Cnps & Dereef. 24 75
FOB TAXES OP 1866.
House and lot, Nos. 4 and 5 Desportes
Court, property of Louisa Edwards.. ll 20
FOB TAXES OF 1866.
House and lot, Sires-street, property of
Eliza Ann Gill. 26 80
FOB TAXES OF 1866-7.
House and lot, corner Queen and Trap
man Btreets, property of John Hor?
sey, wife and children. 214 70
FOB TAXES OF 1865-6 AND 1867.
House and lot. Rutledge avenue, prop?
erty of John S. Mitchell. 409 50
JOB TAXES OF 1865-6 AND 1867.
House and lot, Wont wort h-strce t, prop?
erty of John I. McDowell. 96 05
FOB TAXES OF 18G6.
House and lot, Monta"ue-street, prop?
erty of estate Elizabeth Schmidt_ 127 70
FOB TAXES OP 1866-7.
House and lot, Rutledge avenue, prop?
erty of Mrs. H. Shirrer. 51 95
FOB TAXES OF 1866-7.
House and lot, Lynch-street, property
of John H. Simons. 605 10
FOB TAXES OF 1866-7.
House and lot, Cannon-Jtreet, proper?
ty of John Thorn.. 48 05
P. C. G?ERRY, City Sheriff.
Alderman Wragg submitted the following
[These reports will appear on Monday, j
Received as information.
Alderman ? ragg, from Committee on Tidal
. Drains, submitted the following report, which
The Committee on Tidal Drains report that
they hive examined the bill of F. E. Besselieu
for cartage, amounting to forty-six 20-100 dol?
lars, find it properly certified, and recommend
that it be pussed for payment.
WM. T. WRAGG, "
P. C. GAILLARD,
Alderman Wragg, Chairman Committee on
Tidal Drains, submitted the weekly report of
the Keeper of the Tidal Drains, ending 17th
February. Received as information.
Alderman Wragg submitted the following
The committee to which was referred the
communication from the President of the
Board of Trustees of the Charleston College,
covering a petition from the beneficiaries of thc
Boyce fund, respectfully requesting that
Board to lay their case before the City Coun?
cil and ask for such relief as m their wisdom
and iustice they may deem meet to extend,
which petition is endorsed by a resolution of
the faculty of the college, respectfully report:
That they see little to add to the views that
have already been BO forcibly brought before
Council on the subject of the Charleston Col?
lege, first, in tho memorial of the trustees,
lately submitted to this bod}-, and subsequent?
ly in the report of this committee on that me
moriaL The present appeal comes to us, if
possible, with even greater force than the
former-certainly with no weaker claim. All
that they would now add is to draw the atten?
tion of Council to tho disastrous consequences,
so modestly and forcibly set forth by tho bene?
ficiaries of Mr. Boyce, which must result to
them, in their prospects for life, if they are
compelled, for want of means, to forego the
prosecution of their studies and turn their
thoughts into new channels. Time, to these
youths, is everything. If their stipend is
withheld now their whole arrangements for
life are ruined, and they will be cast upon the
world unprepared to struggle with its Difficul?
ties. It will not do to say that at a future time
the deficit may be made up. To these youths
it is now or nover.
And one word may be said in relation to the
bsnefactor. This gift of Mr. Bovce was made
to the Trustees of the Charleston College
under the conviction that by making them th
trustee? of his donation to deserving but indi?
gent youths be was placing it in such safe
hands that no contingency could ever occur to
turn it from its object or arrest its beneficent
operation. Failure now on the part of Council
to meet this claim will inevitably a?t discour?
agingly on others contemplating'similar bene?
Tho committee therefore recommend that
the prayer of thc petition bo granted.
Respectfully submitted. "rrw""
WILLIAN T. WBAGG,
JOHN H. hONOUR.
E. \V. MARSHALL.
Alderman Ravencl moved to receive it as in?
format io:). Adopted.
Alderman Honour made tho following re?
port, which was adopted:
Thc Committee on Retrenchment and Relief,
t > which was referred tho petition ot William
Pendergast, respectfully roport:
That they have had before them the City In?
spector and City Civil Engineer, and, from a
careful investigation of the subject, aro of
opinion that the charge of forty-two 60-100 dol?
lars for work in King-street, across Moultrie
street, is correct, though there is an informali?
ty in the statement of thc account, which mis?
led tho Committee on Streets, and they recom?
mend that it bc paid.
In relation to tho charge for work done in
Elizabeth-street, this comraittco are of opinion
that tho deduction mado by tho Committee on
Streets is greater than tho circumstances seom
to justify, and we recommend that twenty-five
cents per foot bo allowed for the Elizabeth
street drain. JOHN H. HONOUR.
SAMUEL G. COURTENAY.
Alderman Olnoy made the following report,
which was adopted:
The Committee on Accounts roport that they
have examined tho following Dills, find them
piopcrly certified, and recommend they be
passed for payment, viz :
G. W. Aimar-Medicines.$ 75 10
Joanna Barrigan-Milk. 94 35
John Baker- Repairing Organ. 35 00
Heury Bischoff- Grocorics. 357 28
Henry Cobia & Co-Groceries. 173 82
B. Feldman-Groceries. HG 24
Thos. H. Goodwvn-Wood. 20 80
Thos. A. Jjhnson-Beef. 354 12
F. Lampe-Coul. 44 00
C. F. Lubs-Grist. 149.60
Marshal, Burge & Bowen-Drv Goods. 413 55
Bernard O'Neill-Butter. 64 28
D. O'Neill & Sons-Shoes. 260 00
Jacob Smuil & Co-Bread. 822 80
Stoll, Webb & C)-Dry Goods. 145 25
Taft & Howland-sheetings. 160 70
E. Welling-Wood. 80 40
West & Jones-Corn. 286 90
W. G. Whilden & Co-Crockery. 25 90
Whittemoie & P.hodes-Soap. 144 54
Salaries. 505 00
R. S. Millar (2 bills)-Bread.$1563 09
T. A. Johnson (2 bills)-Boef.. 1128 50
Wm. Johnson (2 bills)-Wood. 65 25
J. S. Scbirinor-Rice. 62 87
Hiram Harris-Blauk Books. 12 00
Bernard O'Neill-Groceries. 66 56
Margaret Tionkon-Grist. SO 60
Salaries. 114 33
Jno. Campsen & Co. (2 bills)-Grain
and Hav.$252 46
H. Benson-Corn and Oats. 259 20
Hiram Ha? ris-Guard Books. 50 00
F. P. Seignous-Coal. 20 00
F. P. Seienous-Coal for City Hall... .$ 10 00
Courier Office (2 bills)-Printing Bills,
&c. 39 50
City Engineer-Hire of Rodmen, &c... 87 00
tlSS&BK Mayor, f Committee.
The Mayor mndo tho following report:
Upon tho application of P. Dolan, for pay as
Sergeant of ( ity Police for tho month of Au?
gust, and pa?t (say ten days) in September,
1864, the Mayor respectfully reports tho cir?
cumstances of the case as follows : In Septem?
ber, 1864, Sergeant Dolr.n was reported by
First Sergeant Caldwell for disrespectful con
duot towards him, Caldwell boiug then his
superior officer. When tho cuse came up be?
fore tho Captain's court for a hearing. Sergeant
Dolan did not appear to answer the chnrge,
but sent in a letter asking his discharge. The
Captain considered tho chnrge so grave that
he declined to act upon tho letter, and, after
hearing the caBO himself, discharged Sorgcant
Dolan, and forfeited his pay under section 8 of
tho ordinance to reorganizo tho polico force,
ratified lGth Februar?, 1858, it hoing, in his
opinion, necessary to make an example, in or?
der to preservo tho discipline and subordina?
tion of the force.
Dolan admits the fact, but pleads that it
was the result of long continued injustice and
impositions on him by Sergeant Caldwoll,
which caused him to lose control of himself.
By tho section of tho ordinance already quot?
ed, the Captain is authorized to impose a fine,
not exceeding ono month's pay, with a pro?
vision that the Mayor may remit I he fino, iu
whole or in part. Dolan mudo no appeal to tho
Mayor, nor did he call to receivo what pay
might be due him over and above the pay for
The pay rolls, as well as tho books of the
police for that timo, having been lost, it is im?
possible to say what number of days' pay may
have beon due, but ho states himself that it
was about ten days.
As it is essential to preservo proper discipline
in the polico forco, and as it would be a dan?
gerous precedent, after a lapso of three years
and a half to reverse tho action of the Captain
-tho party, at the timo, not choosing to avail
himself of tho appeal open to him under tho
ordiaance-I would respectfully recommend
that tho petitioner bo allowed ten days' pay at
the rate of fifty dollars per month, that being
the then pay of a sergeant of police.
A bill to amend the first section of an ordi?
nance lo prevent the filling up of lots with cer?
tain materials, ratified January 18,1859, came
up for its second reading.
Alderman Gerdts moved to amend by insert?
ing after tho word "description" in tho fourth
lino, the words "except during tho months of
December, January. February and."
After some discussion Alderman Ravenel
moved to lay tho bill on the tuble.
Tho ayes and nays were called for on this
Teas-Aldermen Ravenel, Wragg, Olney,
Honour, Whilden, and the Mayor-c*.
Na vs-Aldermen Gerdts, Small, O'NeiU.Mar
shall, Enston, Cosgrove, Parker and Courte?
The motion was lost.
It was moved that the bill bo taken up for
its second reading, 'lhe yeas and nays wero
Teas-Aldermen Gerdts, Small, O'Neill,
Marshall, Euston, Cosgrove, Parker and Cour?
Nays-Aldermen Ravenel, Wragg, Olney,
Honour, \S bilden, ard tho Mayor-6.
The moiiou was curriod.
Tho bill was taken up for its second reading.
The proposed amendment ot Alderman Gerdts
was carried, and the bill passed its second
The bill was passed to a third reading,
which it received this evening, tho titlo was
changed to ordinance, and it was ordered to
be engrossed fur rati6cation.
The bill reads as follows:
A BILL TO AMEND THE FLB8T SECTION OF AN
O ['.DI NA NC". TO PREVENT THE FILLING UP OF
LOTS WITH CERTAIN MATERIALS, RATIFIED
JANUARY 18, 1859.
Beit ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen
in City VouncU assembled, That, hereafter, it
shall not be lawful ior any person or persons,
or body politic, to fill up any low lota or low
lands within tho city with nco chaff, sawdust,
or. ffal of any description, except duri >g thc
months o< December, January and February,
except such lot or lots as may CV covered by the
tides, under a penalty of twouty dollars for each
and every offence; and, also, a furthpr ponalty of
twenty dollars for each ?nd every day that such
piohibi*ed materials shall lie or bc permitted to
remain on any euch low lot or low land, after
twenty-four hom's' notice from the Mayor, City
Inspector, or City Rogiatrar to lomovo the
same. And one-half of tho first named penalty
shall go to the informer in each case.
By Alderman Cosgrove :
Resolved, That thc City Treasurer report to
Council on each regular nicetmg the amount
of currency and city bills in the freasurv.
Bv Alderman Parker :
Whereas, Reports aie in circulation tliut
there is a largo quantity of real estate iu this
city which aro not on the tax list; therefore,
Resolved, That the Committee on Assess?
ments be instiucted to inquho into and report
whether there is any foundation for &uch re?
By Alderman Olney :
Resolved, That the City Assessor be allowed
to employ the services of tho clerk formerly
detailed to that office from the police force, at
the salary after the rate of $800 per annum, so
long as tue services of said clerk may be deem?
Ordered to lay over to the next meeting.
The majority and minority reports of the
Committee on the Artesian Well, on the peti?
tion of the proprietors of the Charleston Hotel,
came up for consideration. Atter considerable
discussion ou tho part of Aldermen Wragg,
and Euston and others, Alderman Olnoy offer?
ed the following resolution, which was adopted:
Resolved.., That the majority report of the
Committee on the Artesian Well be adopted,
but tho assessment of $500 per year for the
past two years bo remitted, aiid that it be re?
ferred to tho Committee on the Artesian Well
to report to Council what disposition Bhall be
mado of the water.
Tho report of the special committee on the
memorial of the Trustees of tho College of
CliLileston, made January 14, 1868, came up;
on motion tho further consideration of the
Borne wuu post poned to the next meeting.
Tho Mayor asked for leave of absence for a
Alderman Olney moved that leave of absence
be granted and Alderman Honour act as Mayor
pro teni. ' Oarried.
Adjourned. W. H. SMITH,
Clork of Council.
PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL.
COUNCIL CHAMBEE, February 20,1868.
A special meeting of the City Council was
held in the Council Chamber at 7 P. M.
Present-3!*vor P. C. Gaillard, Aldermen
RaveneL Genii.-. Small, O'Neill, Willis, Stein
moyor, Olney, v..ikes, Marshall, Enston, Whil
doh, Butler. Pu ker, Courtenay and Pringle
His Honor th 3 Mayor said :
Gentlemen of the Council : I have called you
together this evening in consequence of the
leceipt, between the hours of 12 and 1 o'clock
to-day. of the following order from tho head
qnartera of tho Second Military District, which
re .ds as follows:
Ki;ADQi"ARTERS SECOND MILITARY DISTRICT, )
CHARLESTON, February 19, 1868. j
[Special Orders No. 43.]
Brevet Brigadier-General W. W. Burns,
Chiot Commissary of Subsistence, in addition
to the other duties of his office, is assigned to
tho dutv of Mayor of tho City of Charleston,
vice P. C. Gaillard, Esq., who is hereby re?
By command of Major-General E. K. S.
LOUIS V. CAZIABC, A. A. G.
The publication of this ordoi severs my con?
nection with you in tho administration of city
affairs; but before taking leave I beg that you
will indulgo mc for a fow moments. The cir?
cumstances attending my ^lection to this high
office are iamiliar to you all. Nominated with?
out solicitation on my part, and even during
my absence from tho city, the large and hand?
some support wnich was given to me in prefer?
ence to a formidable rival candidate, has im?
pressed upon my heart footings that will be
cherished while life lasts. Oft times heretofore
.1 have been placod in trying circumstances,
but I do not know that ever before I have had
JO painful a duty to perform as that of to?
Before biddingyou adieu, one word as to our
relations towards each other. Many differ?
ences of opinion havo existod, and much feel?
ing mav have been exhibited on both sides;
but in retiring from this poaition I carry with
me only tho kindest regards for all with whom
I have been associated, and I trust I have
merited as much from you. It affords to me,
as it must to any other right-thinking man,
the best satisfaction that in poing hence I can
conscientiously put my hand upon my heart
and oxekv m, "Mens sibt conscia recti." If I
have failed in the discharge of my duties, it
has been the result of errors of judgment, and
not fiom a want of disposition to exercise that
udgmont according to tho measure which
Providence has gi>en to mo.
Before retiring, allow me to introduce to you
General Burns, tho Mayor appointed by the
General Commanding this district. And hav?
ing boen appointed, under tho circumstances
attending that appointment, I do not feel that
it is incumbent upon mo to administer to the
new Mayor thc usual oath of office. In fa -t,
ti pur ti un of thc oath I would have to omit,
and after consultation with him, I have deter?
mined to dispense with it altogother.
General: Introducing you lo tho fi Idermen
of the city, I wish to say this, that m our in?
tercourse, short os it has been, it has always
been marked with pleasantness and courtesy,
r.ua after thc iutcrview wo had to-day, allow
ino to state that I hold you in higher estima?
tion than I did be.'oro. Ueiitloniou, I bid you
General Burns, addressing Council, said :
GentUmen and Members oj the Council: You
aro ail gentlemen of intelligence and men of
honor. You can theroforo appreciate the de?
licate position I occupy here m holding an
electivo office without having received the sut
rages of the people. I can only assure you that
I shall do my duty to you and to tho people ot
Charleston to tue best of my ability.
Alderman Whilden arose and said :
It is proper that in parting at a time like
this with ono with whom we have been
associated for over two ycare past, we should
give sonio slight expression tu our ieel
ings. I wish that 1 could exproBS ah I feol
and I have no doubl most of you will con?
cur with mc-but prudonco and the respect
lhat is duo to our new Mayor suggest that
these feelings should bo controlled. Ihey,
nevertheless, havo sank deeply in our hearts,
and will stir the hearts cf all interested in our
city where most of us have boen born and nur?
tured, and of which, in her desolation, wo are
still proud. And if, gentlemen, all of her SODS
possess tho samo unsullied purity that has
characterized our recently removed Mayor, we
would have less irequent occasion for regret
that there are a few who claim Charleston os
their birth-place. Living and dying for princi?
pio has always been extollod aa an example
worthy of imitation. If om- late Mayor had,
by the usual and legal process, been dis?
placed, it would havo been a subject of
regrot; but, uuder thu present circumstances
of his removal, ought it not to be rather
a Bubjecl of congratulation on the part of
our citizens that he has been removed from
office with his character pure and unsullied?
In conclusion allow mo to offer the following
preamble and resolution:
Whereas, Hon. P. C. Gaillard has been re?
moved bj- tho military authorities from his po?
sition as Mayor of tho City cf Charleston.
Therefore be it
Resolved, That this Council exceedingly re?
gret tho removal of Colonel Gaillard from his
position as Mayor of tho City and presiding
officer of this Board; that Colonel Gaillard will
carry with him our best wishes, and that as a
Board and individually he has cur thanks for
the sterling integrity and manly candor which
have always characterized him in his inter?
course with this Council.
Alderman Marshall seconded tho resolution
which was unanimously adoptod.
On motion of Alderman Bavenol Council ad?
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
I m tun in >i on Lotion ttUTKCt.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS. |
CHARLESTON, Friday Evenlug, Fob. 21, 'GS. |
Buyers woro generally out of tho market, and
from nant ol demand, and a dull market at Now
York, factors had to concede a decline of V?ale, ?i
lb. to make salts, the transactions amounting to
about 400 bales-say 50 at 18; 2 at IB%; 50 at 19>i ; 9
at 20; 50 at 21; 170 at 22; 12 at 22?; 21 at23, and 18 at
23J?. We quoto :
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.18 @20
Low Middling.21 @
strict Middling.23 @
Llverprol Cotton Market.
[From the Broker's Circular.]
LIVEBPOOL, February 1.-CoiroN-Cotton has
been in good demand throughout tho week, but on
Tuesday the market t pea un; quiet, and prices of
some descriptions were barely supported; ou Wed?
nesday, also, buyers obtaiced some advantage, but
the day closed with renewed animation, upon advices
from New York ol mod?rale receipts and higher
quotations, and a largo business hus been done to?
day at hardening prices, thc week closing Ann with a
general advance upon oat Thursday's quotations.
For Sea Isiand tt.ero lias been an active demand at
full prices. American is in very general request,
and, after giving way about }(d per lb, is agaiu very
firm at lid per lb above last wcok's rates. For futuro
delivery prices are fully ftd per lb dearer. New
York advides to the 3?th instant quote middling
at 18?? reute, costing lo se'l in Liverpool Sjfd
per sailing reese1, 8?id per steamer. Brazil
attracts increased at enfion at an advance ol tully ?d
to ?jd over tho rate* ol last week. Egyptian has been
in extensive demand, and closes firm and fully ^d
lier lb dearer. For East Inui i there bas been an in?
creased inquiry, and prices aro about ?gd per lb
higher. In cotton to arrive the business has been
unusually large, and attrac's increased attention.
Thd latest quotations are : American, basis ut mid?
dling, ship named, from Charleston, 7%d. Savan?
nah, 7??d. Mobile. 7?id and 7%d; at sea, 7&, 7
13-16d and 7%d ; shipping, or shipped, 7&d; January
shipment 713-16d ; New Orleans, January ship?
ment, 7%-t ; February shipment, 8d. Oomra
watlee, fair new merchant?, ship named. 6%a per lb.
Tho sales of the week amount to 112,650 bales, ln
cludiug 12.270 on speculation and 19.890 declared fer
export, leaving 8n,990 to the trade. Friday, January
31: 'Ihe8a!e8 to-cay amounted to 15,00d tales, in?
cluding 4000 on speculation and for export, the mar?
ket being without material chanje.
BALES OF COTTON K?K WS8K ENblNO JANUAltY ?10.
8C0 Sea Island.IO @6G )
10 Ditto Stained... 10 019 | 1GG0 speculation
17170 Upland.6i?@ 0? r
5120 Mobile. C @ 8>i 2740 export.
10980 OrloauB. CJ4(fl) 9,^ I
9170 Peruam fe par'b 7Jif?l0 }
2260 Santos. 7?i@ 8>? ! C70 speculation.
2220 Maranham. 7>4@10i? [ 1840 cxpoit
1040 BahiaiMaceio. 7J?? 8 J
10240 Egyptian. 4 @20 f 1320 speculation.
2?0 Smyrna, ie_C @ 7% J 760 export
930 West India, ic. 7 ?10 ) _ .peculation.
- La Guayra.- @- } 10 ""or,
1990 Peruvian. 7 @10 J 10 cxpor'*
60040 East ludiin.... 4 @ 7V$ 1 8020 spoculation.
70 China i Japan. 6 @ J 14060 export.
Prices declared for fair
Import this week.
West Indios, ic... 567
East Indian. 4846
BALTIMORE, February 18.-COFFEE-Late last
evening 3400 bags Rio, ex Gertrude, were resold to
tho trade here, on private terms, supposed \\% or
11X Cts, gold, in bond. S<mo days since 10C0 bags
ex New Light were sold, but not reported on private
terms; to-day loj bags per same also on private
terms; market inclined for Rio steady; quote for 3rm
cargoes 11% cts, and for prime lots from second
hands 17%al7J? cts, gold. Bark Adilaido ie below,
from Rio, with 30^0 bags.
COTTON-The cable reports a further advance in
Liverpool to-day, closing firm at 9>i eta for upland,
and Q% cts for Orleans. Our market was inacUve on
account of the high prices demanded bv holders;
buyers held oif. Wc report sales of 360 bales low
middling upland and Gun at 22a22V, cts, and a tow
bales middling at 23 cts; at tue close 23>? was offered
and refused tat Georgia middling. Receipts since
Sunday by water, 792 bales, stock offering light.
FLOUR.-There is a fair jobbing demand, and also
some inquiry for export, but the stock ol' all kinds
is light, and holders steady. We notice sales of 200
bbis medium City Mills Extra at $10 76; 300 bbls do
Columbia brand $11. Quotations generally remain
GRAIN.-Wheat was in moderate supply to-doy; no
Southern offered. The sales were couuno.i to Penn?
sylvania, of which we report sales of 1500 but ti els
common to prime at $2 46a2 65; 2800 bushels lair to
choice at 12 48a2 CO. Included were 1- Ot) bushels at
tho latter price. Corn-Ibo offerings were com?
prised of 27U0 bushels white, and 80 0 bushels yel?
low; market s cady and more active. We note sales
of 1400 bushels mixed white at fl ICal 17; 900 bush?
els good at $118; 100 do at $119. Of yellow 760
bushels damp at $116; 2850 bushels fair at $117;
7600 bushels primo dry Pennsylvania at $118; 360
bushels at $119; 114 bushes at $1 20, aU up-to wu de?
livery; 3000 bushels Western mixed sold at $1 IC.
Oats-3000 bushe:s offered, with sali s of 1300 bush?
els common to fair at 76a78c; 1000 bushels good and
prime Pennsylvania at 79a8Dc; 250 bushels black, ior
seed, at OOo. Rye-200 bushels 'reported rceeived,
i.ut we report sales of 60 bushels at $1 60, and 700
busbols Pennsylvania at $1 05.
MOLASSES.-Nothing doing to-day. Market firm
h r new crop,
PROVISIONS.-Bulk Meats are held firmer. We re?
port a sale of 40,000 lbs. loose rib Sides at HJ? ccnt> ;
Clear rib held at I2y? cents. Bacon is in ac ive de?
mand, and prices tending upward, having for some
days been relatively lower than Bulk Meats. Wo
now quote Bacon Sbouldors llhi cents; rib sides 13
cents, and Clear rib 13k cents, and in tome cases 14
cents ; carly in the day there wore sales of 20 casks at
13}? cents. City sugar-cured Hams 17al8 couts.
Mess Pork $24. We-tern Lard, in tiercos, 15 cents.
RICE-Is quiet but held firm at ll^all>t cents for
Carolina. We repoit the sale of an invoice oi 60
tierces at 11% cents.
New York Market.
The New York Evening Post of Tuesday, Febru?
ar} 18, says :
The loan market is easy at 6 per cent, on call, with
exception* at 4 and at 6. Discounts are dull. Choice
bills pass at 5a7, but very few are offering, and infe?
rior grades sro not wanted.
There is less movement of currency this way; but
the accumulations of capiial in quest of investment
are so lars'e that the case of the money market is un?
NEW YORE, February 18.-FLOUT., ic-The mar?
ket for Western and State Flour is only moderately
active. Ihe low grades are firmer, while tho better
grades aro irregular, the buslines being confined
ohicfly to ordinary brands, the demand being in part
Tho sales are 6,200 bbls at SS 95a9 GO for superfine
State; $10al.) 25 for luferior river and city extras;
$10 40al0 30 for ordinary and common oxtra
state; $10 90all 30 for fancy State; $9 Walo 10
for the low ?Trades of spring wheat western ex?
tra; $10 30all 30 for good to choice spring wheat
extras; $llal2 60 lor Minnesota extras: SlOilO 70
lor shi'.'piu-.' Ohio: SK) 80al4 75 for tra<ic and tnuii
ly brands do; SH 25al2 80 for amber winter wheat
extra indiana aud Michigan; $13all 75 f<r white
wher.t do do; $12 40alC 25 tor ci tra St. Louis.
Bucbwhcat Flour is dull at $4 60a4 90 ? 100 $s.
CaUiomia flour is steady. Sales of 1C00 bbls at $13
Southern flour is fairly active and firm.
Sales of 1400 bbls at $10all 75 tor or unary to good
extra Baltimore and country; $11 60al6 00 for extra
and family Gcorgiaand Virginia, and $11 20al5 30 for
extra and >amily Maryland and Delaware.
Oats arc a shad" bettor and moro active. It was
suggested that a clerk should bc specially employed
to make tho calculations.
Tho sales are 102.0UQ bushels at 83??c, 83 80.100c,
83 85.100c, C3JjC, 83 90.100c, 8395.1U0a84clorwcstern.
Corn ls very dull, strew colored and low mixed are
easier; business light inconsequeuce of the poor as
PROVISIONS-The pork market has been moro ac?
tive at decidedly higner figures, but closes weak at
The sales are 3000 bbls at $22 75a23 for old mess;
$238i>4'a24fornew do; $23 60a21 lor western prime
mess, and $22a2250 for city do.
Forfuture delivery we note 3500 bbls at $24, seller,
March; $24a24 37)$, EoUer, April.
Beef has been fairly active, and is firm for all
Sales of 500 bbls at $9alS for common brands; $14
al9 for plain mess, an J $19a.'2 for extra mess.
Tierce beef is scarce and firmer. Sales of 150 tes at
$35 tor prime moss and $41 for India mess.
Beef barns aro higher and in demand. Salc9 of 200
Cut meats are firm, and wanted. Sales of 250
pkgs otiose for jioklcd shoulders mid Hillie
for dc hams.
Bacon is irregular. Sales of 350 boxes, at lO&c
for Cumberland cut, 12Hc for short rib, 13??c lot
Dressed hogs are unchanged- Wc quote at lOJ^a
Ile for Western, ami ll&al2c for cjty.
Lard ls higher and prime lots in demand.
Sales of 1600 bbls and tes, at 14ai4Jic for No 1;
14)ial4>?c for city; 14?ial5c for fair to prime
steam kctUo rendered.
COFFEE.-Wo have had a more active demand, and
pri?es uro firm.
COTTON.-Tho market is fully fie higher, but there
is less doing. We quote:
Uplands. Florida. Mobile. andToxaa.
Ordinary.19 19 19)? 19%
Low Middling..22 22>i 22 * 23
Middling.21J? 24' 24 26
Good Mlddling.25 26 20 2B>?
Rice-Is dull, but firmly held.
SUGAR-Raw Sugars ure in moderate demand, and
steady sales at 12al3Kc ior Cuba. Refined ure quiet
WHISKEY-'i he market ls inactivo and prices aro
FREIGHTS- TO Liverpool, 2000 halos cotton at %a
7-16d, und by steamer 16,000 bushels grain, th p
pers' option wheat cr corn, ut lOd, und 20 hhds to?
bacco at 56s. Io Loudon by steamer, 55 crises tobac?
co at 7s.
Consignees per South Carolina Railroad,
2124 bales Cotton, 56 bales Mdzc, 1508 bags Corn,
19 bbls Naval Stores, 1 cur Cattle, ic. To Capt Bur?
rett, Railroad Agent, C M Besselieu, Il Wood, Miss
Tunno, \v H Holmes, J B E Sloon, C N Averill, Ci W
Williams i Co, H Mills, Johnt-ton, Crews i Co, O W
Clark i co, Strauss, Vaneen 4 Co, F Horsey, Willis
i Chisolm, W E Haskell, G U Walter i Co. L il Rod?
gers i Co, W M Lawton, Adams, FroBt i Cu, King i
Venning, Kiug k Gibbon, E J Wiss i (.'o, W C Court
ney i Co, W K Ryan, J lt Pringlo, Grao-cr, Lee,
Smith A: Co, C O Martindale, Uart & Co, W IJ Wil?
liams, J i T R Agnew, iMuulout 4 Co, (J W Wilie, J
M CalJwcll 4: Sons, spraguo & bro, J Cauipscn i
Co, J N Robson, P Malkai, T J Kerr i Co, '.Vardlaw
i Carew, G E Pritehett, L D DcSuussuru. J D Aiken
i Co, W W Smith, I L Falk i Co, J is J li Kirkpat?
rick, Thurstou i Holmes, G A Hopley i Co. Kana
paux i Lanneau, H F Baker <v Co, Ulsey i Kenyon.
Consign?es per Northeastern Hallroaci,
232 bales Cotton, bbls Naval Stores, Cotton Seed,
Stock, Mdzc. ic. To G W Wilhams 4 Co, P liacot,
S L Howard 4 Bro, E H Rodgers i co, W K Ryan,
Adams, Frost i Co, Kendall i Doekery, J M Cald?
well 4 Son, Graeser, Lee, smith i co, M Goldsmith
4 Son, A Licston, R E Pennal, Witchuin i Clarke, U
Reeder, S Wolle, P Mulkai, J 1 M?lnor i Cu, a S
Solomons, F A sawyer.
fort o?* Charleston, February 2?d
Ship Graham Pollcz, Burge*, Havre, via Tjbco
Light-*5 days from Havre. Ballast. To Patterson
Boat from Christ Chureb. 7 bales Sea Island Cot?
ton. To Gaillard 4 Minott.
Steamer City Point, Adkins, Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and savannah.
From thia Port.
Steamship E B Sou '.er, Lebby, New York, Feb 17.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York, Feb 18.
Spanish brig Galileo, Vela. Barcelona, Jan 31, and
cleared for Port Mahon.
The British brig Two Brothers, from this port at
Liverpool, had 189 bbls rosin washed overboard.
?li?ilron?) anb (Eng?ne?rs' ^'nppitea.
B A MERON, BARKLEY & GO.,
No. 150 MEETINGSTBEET.
DEAIiEKs IN EVERT DESCRIP TION OF
CIRCULAR SAW AND GRIST MILLS
BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERS
BAR AND SHEET IRON AND CAST STEEL OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
GUM AND LEATHER BELTINGS
LACING LEATHER AND BLAKE'S PATENT BELT STUDS
GUM and HEMP PACKING
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS
SPERM, LARD AND PETROLEUM OILS
BRASS AND IRON, SINGLE AND DOUBLE-ACTING FORCE AND LIFT
No. 150 MEETING STREET.
November 2 pruth6mo
BUNDS AM) STOCKS
GREENVILLE ANO COLUMBIA RAILROAD
BONDS, State gnnramee
LHARLEsTON AMD .-A VANNA H RAILROAD
L O.NDS, state guarantee
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD BONDS
CITY OF SAVANNAH BONDS AND COUPONS
CITY OF CHARLESION fl OCK. SIX PERCENT.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROL!..A BONDS (Old or
CITY BILLS, 8TATE BILLS RECEIVABLE
NORTHERS 1 ERN RAILROAD BONDS AND COU?
PONS. A-.DRE.V M. MORELAND,
Broker, No. 8 Droad -street.
February 21 6
STATE BILLS RECEIVABLE
BO* Dd, STOCKS AND COUPONS
BANK BILLS of aU kinds.
Highest prices paid by
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Broker, No. 8 Broad-street
February 18 C
FOR SALE IN SUMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS.
TIME BILLS ON NEW YORK PURCHASED.
Advances nude on consignments of Cotton and
Rice to our friends in New York.
E. LAFITTE & CO.,
February 3 Imo No. 20 Broad-sireet
Cloding aub /orniflljinfl (finoDs.
rjlHE ATTENTION OK OUR CUSTOM?
ERS AND THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO OUR
STOCK OF CLOTHING,
Which wo have roplenlshod with GARMENTS OF
OUR OWN MANUFAC'l URF, and arc offering them
at PRICES SUITED TO THE DEPRESSED STA1E
OF THE MARKET.
We have also received an invoice of
Gentlemen's FurnisltiH- Goods,
In SCARFS, TIES,
SHIRTS. AND COLLARS.
OF NEW AND HANDSOME STYLES.
UMUR, WILLIAMS ft PMER,
NO. 370 KIN 6,
CORNER OF HASEL-STREET,
CHARLESTON S. C.
finifl?, g?mirais, (Etc.
Its Effects are j
It is the UNFAILING ROI EDY in all cases of
Neuralgia Facialis, often effecting a permanent cure
in less than twenty-four hours, from the use of no
more than TWO or TITREE PILLS.
No oth r form or neuralgia or Nervous Diseaso
has fated to yield to this
WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT.
Even tn tho severest cases of Chronic Neuralgia
and general nervous doranaoments-of many years'
standing-affecting tho entire system, its use for a
fow dayor a few weeks at the utn06t, always affords
tho most astonishiU!,' relief, and very rarely fails to
produce a completo and permanent cure.
It contains no drugs or other materials in thc
slightest degree injurious, even to the most delicate
system, und can ALWATS be used with
rt has long been in constant uso by many of our
MUST EMINENT PHYSICIANS,
who give it their unanimous nnd unqualified ap?
Sent by mail on receipt of price and postage.
One package, $1.00, Postage 0 cents.
Sixpackaeea, COO, Postage 27 cents.
Twelve packages, 9.00, Postage 18 cents.
It is sold by all wholesale and rotail dealers in
drugs and medicines throughout the United States,
TUr.XER & CO.,
No. 120 Tremont etrcet, Boston, Mass.
GOODRICH, WIREMAN & CO.,
Original Southern Druu House,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
No. 153 Meeting-street, Charleston. S. C.
Janunrv G mlBmoB
ITS CONSTITUENTS, THE RICHEST PART OF
the berry of Wheat and Borley Malt, being
scientifically prepared read.v for usc.this food by au
alvsia ls the same in ita chemical elements as
UEAITHY BREAST MILK, and ls the easiest of di?
gestion and as-imlration of all nourishments for
Children, Invalids sud Dyspeptics. It has been
tried by thc physicians of Charleston, an] is recom?
mended and prepcribed by the most eminent phvsi
clans of New York. GEO. WELLS COMSl OCR,
No. 67 Cortland-strcet, New York
DOWIE & MOISE,
January 16 thstuCmos Charlepton, S. C. I
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY,
January 8, 1868.
PUBLIC N3TICE IS i-EREBY GIVEN TI
under the following Ordinance licensee 1
been prepared ?or d eli very from this office.
S. THOMAS. City Treasure
PEO. 1. Bi it Ordained ft? tte Mayor and Alaer
in d'y Council assembled, Thot from and after
first day of Ji.nuary, licenses shaR be taken out
aU carls, dra rsand wagons, used for private and
mestic purpo ses, in the same manner, and ac-ord
to the same i revisions now of force in reladot
carts, drajB and wagons, let or d iven for hire,
cept giving bonds. And each such cart, dray
wagon, shall be provided with a badge contato
the number thereof, and marked Private, to
placed on tho outside of the Bhafr.
Ssc. 3. No perron shah be taken by the Treasi
as surety lor any bond under the Ordinance c
cerning licenses for carts, drays, wapon? and ot
carnages, uii.ess ho or she be a freeholder.
SEO. 3. Tte following shall hereattor be then
for licenses for public and private carts, dn
wagons, ac, including the horses or mules u
thereof, whir h sliall be free from other taxation.
PUBLIC 0AB18, DRAYS, ETC., OE THOSE EMPLOYEI
A HT BUSINESS WHATEVER, FOB HI BE DITiECT OB
For every -yurt, dray or wagon, drawn by one he
or mule, $2C.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by I
bornear males, ?30.
For every back and carriage with two wheels, $
For every hack and carrlago with four wheels, J
For over} stage or omnibus (except line on
bus) with two horses, $50.
JFor every stage or omnibus (oxcept line om
bus) drawn by four horses, $60.
For every truck drawn by two or more bonn.
For every express wagon drawn by two or m
horses or mules, S60.
BEEAC CA HTS AND PRIVATE CASTS, DRAYS, ETC.
For every bread cart or wagon, $6.
For everj cart, dray or wagon, used for priv
or u<<mestlc purposes, and not to bo employed
the trae shorting ot goods, wares, rn? rolland i
lumber, oi ai y other commodity, for compet?
ion, eilhor directly i r indirectly for thc same, si
pay for a tcenso ibo suiu of *5, exclusive ot
horse or m ile.
Rab!.cd lu City Council, this 16th doy of J
ir.?,] ni.ry, Intbo yi-.ir ol'our Lord oue toOOM
eight hundred un ! sixty-six.
By tho Mayor. P. C. GAILL*RD, Mayoi
W. ti. SMITH. Oler* ot Couucfl
TO 1 .rouxATE THE DREDOING OF DOCKS.
Whereas The best interests ot the city, as well
I the conveilenee of tho shipping visiting the pc
I demand that tho channel of Cooper River be ki
I open with Mifllcicnt depth of water for ail co
I mcrcial purposes, mid free from obstruction:
Be ii ordained. That lu miine all mud rcmov
from any ct the city docks by dredge machines,
otherwise, sholl be removed one huudr.d and ill
tathomH fr-jiu the end of the dock.
The Harbor Master shall bc turnished with a co;
oi this Ord bianco, which he is required strictly to e
force; and to report tor prosecution oil violations
the same; which shall subject tho parry BO offen
big to a hi e not exceeding ono hundred dol?ais i
etch and every offence,
Ratified ir City Council this eighth day of Octotx
in the year ot our Lord one thousand eig
hundred and sixty-seven.
(L.8.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
October lfl W. H. SMITH, Clerk or Council.
TO JUNK-SHOP KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
Panano 2, 1867. i
rrVHE Jl NK-SHOP LICENSES OF THE FOLLOW
JL ING persons have expired. They are herel
notified t< apply at this O UL o immediately and r
new the sime :
PHILH RILEY, Warren and St Philip-streets.
M. REI NOLUS, No. 6 Bedon's Alley.
MARY BURKE, No. 72 Calhoun-street
EDMUND WALLACE. No. 24 Washington-ntreet.
JAMEs WALLACE, No. 95 Spring-street
JOHN LEAHY, No. 2H Comine-street.
MAR? HAFFERTY, Columbus and Hanover-sts,
MARY CAMPHELL, President and Cannon-sts.
P. MAI TON, No. 67 State-sireet
JOHN TEN NY, No. 46 Queen-street.
JAMES BARRY, No. 10 Whari-streot.
D. CON LOY, No. 32 St Philip-street
P. DUI AN. No. 1U Exchange-street I
P. PIN IUSSOHN. No. 63 East hay.
W. H. SMITH,
Docera icrtt Clerk of Council.
NOTICE TO PEDLARS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
JANUARY 18, 1868. J
ALL ?! NN UAL LICENSES FOR PEDDLING I
tho streets and thoronghtares of Charleston e:
pired on 3tstday of December last. Application
tor renevLl? must bo mode immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
Januar y 20 Clerk of Connell.
Ol TICE CHIEF OF CITY DETECTIVES, )
JAM UAH Y 17TH, 1868. j*
THE PUBLIC ARE Ri QUESTED TO PLAC]
upon their COPPER PUMPs somo private mart
in order that they muy bo identified when stolen an
ree uvere 1 by tho City Detectives, as numbers c
copper r umps are recovered by the Detectives, bc
none cali bc identified.
U. W. HENDRICKS, . .
ls: Lieutenant and Chief ot City Detectives.
January 17 _
NOTICE TO AUCTION EEKS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL,)
CHARLESTON, November 26, 1867. J
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED FIRS"
02TOB?Rlast Those who failed to renev
st that time arc not considered us Laving a License
and consequently ure no Auctioneers.
W. H. SMITH,
November 27 Clerk of Counoil.
TO ABC Ll sn THE OFFICE OF KEEPr.3 OF ST. sn
Be il ordained, That the office of Keeper of St
Michae ls Clock be, .iud thc same is hereb;
Ratific?, in City Council this twenty-eighth day o
January, in the year of our Lord one thousanc
eight hundred and sixty-eight.
r> 8.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. E. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
Jana try 31 20
TO PROVIDE FO lt THE LIQUIDATION OF THE INTE RES!
ON TIE DEBT OF THE CITY. WHICH ACC11?ED ON 3181
DAY OF DECEMBER LAST.
Be ii ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in City
Council asiembled,'i'aa.t for the purpose of liquidating
tho ints'.cst on the public debtoi thc ci.y, which
accrued on the 31st day of December last, Six Per
Cent Stock, obligatory on the Corporation of the
City or Charleston, shall bc issued under tue direc?
tion o; the Mayor to tho persons holding Stocks or
Bonds ot the ClLy, and entitled to receive the inter?
est accrued thereon at the limo above stated, the
said ? .tock to l ear interest alter the rate of six per
cent per annum, payable quarterly, redeemable in
thirty years from dato: Provided, That no part of
enid Stock shall bt> issued for anv sum less tl, m
tweet ; dollars, or lor any fractional part of a do!' u*.
Provided, also. Ihat ull sums for less than tw< ty
rlolLn and tor fractional parts of a dolLr shah ie
paid in City Bi.le.
SEC. 2. J hat thc form of certificates and mode of
transfir 01 said Stock shill Le subject to the nam ;
regulations as nw cxitl in relation to other six Per
Cent, stocks ol the City.
Ratlfljd in City Council this twenty-eighth day of
Jacuary, in tho year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-eight.
" .[*". 8 ] P. C. GAILLARD. Mayor.
W. H. SMITH. Clerk of Council.
Jan gary 31 _ Imo
OFFICE OF CT!Y TREASURER, 1
CHARLESTON. S. C., 3d January, 1868. J
HOLD RS OF COUPONS OF THE FIRE LOAN
BONDS of the City of Charleston, nre noti?
fied taat those due on the l6t instant wiR be paid cn
presentation nt tho First National Bank in this city.
S. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
CHARLOTTE AXD SOUTH CAROLINA
COLUMBIA, 6. C., October 6, 1867.
ON AND AFTEB OCIOBER OTB THE TRALN8
over this Road will run as follows:
Leave Columbia ot.L40 R M
Arrive at Charlotte at.9-40 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at.3.66 A M
AiTivc at Columbiast.9.40 A M.
Mating clo:o c o im ec t?o u for all points North and
South, as follows:
Leave Columbia.1.40 P. M.
Leave Charlotte.10.00 P. M.
Leave Greensboro.6.16 A. M.
Arrive Richmond.4.46 P. M.
Leave Richmond.9.46 P. M.
Arrive Washington.G.15 A M.
Arrive Baltimore.9.J0A. M.
Arrive Philadelphia.1.32 P. M.
Arrive New York.6.10 P. M.
January 6 Superintendent.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 3.18?7. J
?N AND AFTER OCTOBEB 6, 1867, THE PAS?
SENGER TRAINS on the South Carolina Rail?
road will run as follows, viz :
Leave Charleston.10.40 A. AL
Arrive at Augusta...7.40P. M.
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.60 A. M.
Leave Angosta.3.40 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.12.30 P. H.
I eave Angosta.410 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A M.
The 7.80 P. M. Train from Charleston, and the 4.10
P. M. Trahi from Augusta, will not run on Sundays.
Leave Charleston.4.30 A M.
Arrive at Columbia.1.10 P. M.
Leave Charleston.6.40 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia. 5.00 A. M.
Leave Colombia.10 00 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.7.05 P. M.
Leave Colombia.3.60 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 A. V.
The 6.40 P. M. Train from Charleston, and the 3.00
P. M. Train from Columbia, will not run on Sun?
Leave Ringville.12.05 P. M.
Arrive at Camden.2.40P. M.
Leave Camden.8.30 A M.
Arrive ct Ringville.1L10 A. M.
These Trains will only run on Mondays, Wodnes
J?ys and Saturdays.
CHARLESTON AND SUMMERVILLE.
For Summerville.4.30 A M.
For Charleston^..L28 A M.
For Summervale.10.40 A. M.
For Charleston.2.08 A M.
For summerville.3.40 P. M.
For Charleston.5.36 A M.
For Summerville.5.40 P. M.
For Charleston.7.10 A. M.
For SummervUle.7.80 P. M.
For Charleston.10.69 A M.
H. T. PEASE,
January 1 General Superintendent.
GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAIL
ON AND AFTEB FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6TH
Paw eng or Trains wiR nm daily, Sundays ex?
cepted, as follows :
Leave Columbia at.7.00 A. M.
Leave Alston at.8.55 A M.
Leave Newberry at.10.36 A. M.
Arrive at Abbevffle at. 3.30 P. M.
Arrive at Anderson at.6.15 P. M.
Arrive at Greenville at. 6.00 P. M.
Leave Greenville at. 6.00 A. M.
Leave Anderson at.6.45 A M.
Leave Abbeville at.8.45 A M.
Leave Newberry at. 1.25 P. M.
Arrive at Alston at.3.00 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia at.6.00 P. M.
Trains on the Blue Ridge Railroad will aleo run
dally, Sundays excepted, connecting with the np and
down Trains on tho Greenville aod Columbia Rail?
road, a? follows :
Leave Anderson at.5.20 P. M.
Leave Pendleton at.6.20 P. M.
Arrive at Walhalla at.8.00 P. M.
Leave Walhalla at.4.00 A. M.
Leave Pendleton at.6.40 A. M.
Arrive at Anderson at.6.40 A. M.
The Train will return from Belton to Anderson on
Monday and Friday Mornings.
JAMES O. MEREDITH,
January 6 General Superintendent
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
OFFICE OF ENGINEEu AND SUF'T, 1
CHARLESTON, February uth, 1868. I
ON AND AFTER THE 7TH FEBRUARY THE
Passenger Train on the Savannah and Charles?
ton Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri?
days, at 9. A M.
Arrive at Co< aawhatcbie at 3 P. M.
Leave Coosawhatchie Tuesdays, ThursJuys and
Saturdays, at 9 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston at 2.30 P. M.
C. S. GADSDEN,
February 0_Epglneer and Supt.
G EN EU AL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 1,1868. J
THE PASSENGER TRAINS ON THE NORTH?
EASTERN RAILROAD wiR run doily aa fol?
Li-ave Charleston.9.00 AM.
Arrive at Florence.2.30 P. M.
Ltisve Florence.8.45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.2.30 P. M.
These Trains connect with the Trains of the Wil?
mington and Manchester Railroad going North and
coming South, and with thc Trains of the Cteraw
and Darlington Railroad. H. S. SOLOMONS,
January 1 Engineer and Superintendent
CHARLESTON CITV RAILWAY COM.
OFFICE CHARLESTON CITY HALLWAY CO.,1
CORNER BRO AX . .ND EAST BAT STREETS, }?
CHARLESTON, So. CA., January 1st 1868. J
SCHEDULE OF THE CHARLESTON CITY
Leave Upper Terminus Leave Lover Terminus
at 7.30 A.M., and at inter- at 8 A.M., and at inter?
vals of ten (10) minutes vals of ten (10) minutes
during the day till tho during the day UU 9 P.
last trip at 8.30 P. M. M.
N.K-Leave the Bait'ry on each, hour from SA.
M., to7 P. M. Every other trip from the old Post
Leave Upper Terminus Leave Lower Terminus
at 7.30 AM., and at inter- at 8.07 A.M., and at ir ar
valsof fifteen (15) minutes vals of fifteen il5) minutes
during the dajr till 8.15 during the day tili 9F.M
N.B.-Leave tho Battery thirty-seven (37) minutes
past each hour. Every other trip from the old Post
Leave Upper Terminus Leave tho Lower Termi
at 9 A.M., and at inter- nus at 9.30 AM., and at
vals of twenty (20? min- intervals of twenty (20)
utcs till Three ?3) o'clock | minutes tm 3.30 P.M.,
P. M., when the interval j woen the interval is overy
is every ten (10) minutes I ten (10) minutes till 7.30
till 7.00 P. M. I P. M.
N.B.-All the trips sre to thc Battery, until 6.20 P.
M. The last trip of each car to the old Postoffice.
Leave Upper Terminus I Leave Lower Terminus
at 9 A.M., and at inter- at 9.37 A.M., and at inter?
vals of every fifteen (10, | vals of overy fifteen 06)
minutes till 12 o'clock M., I minutes tul 12.37 P.M.,
when the intcrvul is overy I when thc Interval is every
thirty (30) minutes U.l thirty |J0) *nnutes till
ti 45 P M I PM.
' N.B!_All thc Mps are to the Battery, uutil 5.37 V.
u xhe laet trip ol' each car to tho old Poatoflico.
* S.W. RAMSAY,
I anuary 22 recrctary aud Treasurer
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