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CHARLESTON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1868.
[EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK
? V?i V AU..
BY TELEGKAPH.
HIGHLY IMPORTANT SEWS,
.? NEW CABINET.TO BE FORMED.
THE PRESIDENT ACQUIESCES IN THE
EECONSTBUCTION ACTS.
MOVEMENT FOR A NEW PARTY.
CHASE IN THE FOREGROUND.
WASHINGTON, May 18.-It ie stated that im?
portant Cabinet changes are in contemplation,
looking to a reconciliation of the differences
between Congress and the President. It is be?
lieved that the formation of a revised Cabinet
will tend to harmonize the Executive and Le?
gislative Departments of the Government, and
at the same rime to adjust the case of Stanton
in such a manner aa to satisfy all parties with
the exception of Stanton himself. The Presi?
dent is said to have admitted that the Recon?
struction measures of Congress have now
gone"too far to be successfully opposed, and
that the progress of events have rendered his
own plan impracticable. Moreover, be believes
that the material interests of the Southern
States require an immediate representation of |
some kind, and hence, it is said, he will give
his foll co-operation in fut me to the Recon?
struction scheme of Congress. This state?
ment is made on high' Republican authority.
[NOTE BY THE EDITORS.- The fol lo wiri g spe?
cif: dispatch, which we find in the New York
Times Of Saturday kst, throws a flood of light
on the above statement:
. 1 THIRD POLITICAL PARTY PROPOSED.
"The most astounding political intrigue ever
known to the politics of this country is now on
foot among prominent politicians and office?
holders in. this city- and elsewhere. The chief
movers in it are Andrew Johnson, President of
the. United States, after acquittal, and Chi cf Jus?
tice Chase. Th e object is the formation of a third
party, and the defeat of Gen. Grant-if nomina?
ted at Chicago. On Tuesday last Ex-Go v. Pratt,
of Maryland; said that acquittal would follow,
and before the week was ont the country would |
be astonished by an entire change of Cabinet.
It has since transpired that the President has
..- agreed, to send in a new Cabinet of Republicans,
.;' iaunediately after acquittai, and to adopt and
' strictly carry ont the reconstruction measures
of Congress. Senator Henderson last, night
staled thia agreement to bo a fact, and it is
h^eyed by shrewd judges to bo one of the j
principal elements whereby sufficient strength
and power may be given to Mr. Chase's
, party to maia it formidable, and to 'throw the
Presidential election into the House of Repre?
sentatives, if not to elect fte candidate before
-the people. This movement expects to be able
to defeat Gen. Grant by arraying itself against
the extreme Radical element in the Republican
party, which, it ia believed, will be his main
support;- The proposition "that tbe President]
shall abandon his opposition to Congress is
intended to neutralize the power of that body
kmg enough to make inroads upon it in favor
" of this movement. When the Administration
is fu?y reorganized, ita power and patronage
will boused to enhance Mr. Chase's prospects.
It is not believed he would accept ? Democratic
PAwfrtatjfY", hot-tile fact that Mr. Voorhees
-And many other prominent .Democrats or ->nly
advocate his nomination,.ia conclusive that a
strong Democratic sup port is at his command.
Mr. Chase m.unreserved in bis expressions of j
contempt roc General Graneas political lead?
er, and for tiie impeachment movement, and
bewails what he terms the tendency of the
party to take np with email men, and says
the party has srrrrendred to General Grant.
His influence nias. been 'exerted from tbe
beginning to defeat, the impeachment,
and he ia behoved to ;have done more
than any other min .lb secure the acquit?
tal of. Mr. Johnson. ; Hence th> latter is wil?
ling, if acquitted, to reward Mr. Chase by
Throwing the infl??my of the administration in
his fa vor.- The discovery of this intrigue has
startled the political metropolis to it- very cen?
ote. AU\eye8 are anxiously turned on the Chi?
cago Con ven tien. The intriguers hope for the
pqmntttteD of Wade as Yice-President, which
Aey claim will place Grant on such an extreme
Radical basis ss .to afford additional capital for J
the ssw combination. These are the develop?
ments which are in everybody's mouth to-day
to the exclusion almost of even the verdict.
Those who choose can take these statements
cum grano taos. ?j But they are based on the
facts and names mentioned above, and have an
absolute foundation. One thing is certain, the J
Chief Justice is still a candidate for the Presi?
dency; any one who doubts this deserves s
straight jacket."] :
PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS.
IN THE HOUSE to-day a bill was introduced to
prevent frauds in the matter of the abandoned
sands in the Southern States. Also, a joint
resolution amending the constitution so as to
make naturalized citizens eligible to the Presi?
dency. A committee of five was appointed to
investigate the case of Senator Henderson and
the ilissouri delegation. The Alaska Appro?
priation mil was postponed to June. Stevens
offered a resolution calling for the secret pro?
ceedings of the High Court. He said that no
one could doubt that there was deep damna?
tion somewhere, and he wanted to And out
.rho was guilty. In reply to a question
whether senators would have been justified in
committing perjury, he said: "Well, sir, I
don't think it would have hurt them much."
The resolution was then passed.
In THE SENATE the Virginia Constitution was
referred to the Judiciary Committee. After
some other unimportant business the Senate
adjourned to Thursday.
Our European Dispatches.
BEWS FROM JAPAN-DEFEAT OF THE TUSKS
avmtt??? TO THE QUEEN-THE CANADIAN UNION
-AT? ATES TN FRANCE.
[FSB ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.]
LONDON, May 18.-The newspapers all com?
ment on tbe acquittal of President Johnson.
The Times says the eleventh article was almost
too vague for any substantial charge; bat the
vote upon it corrects the fear of any party
bias, and shows tbe case to have been judged
on its merits alone. The Telegraph says that
dignity and decorum have marked the whole
trial, and now the acquittal of the President is
its most fitting close. Even the most ultra
Radicals will be compelled to admit this at no
distant day. The Standard says that the Radi?
cal plot has been beaten, and the country has
been saved the shame of deposing its Chief
Magistrate for refusing to obey an illegal act of
Congress..
LONDON, May 15.-Late and important dis?
patches have been receive^from Japan. The
civil war was being vigorously prosecuted. The
army of the Mikado had arrived at a point near
Jeddo. The civil dissensions have killed com?
merce in Japan.
A dispatch from Athens contains the follow?
ing: The Spakiotian mountaineers claim that
in a recent conflict with the Turks the latter
were defeated and driven to the seacoast.
A deputation waited upon the Queen at Wind?
sor Castle yesterday, and presented an address
from the Irish Church Hierarchy in regard to
the changes contemplated in the establishment.
The Queen repli ed in vague terms, not commit?
ting herself to the policy either of the Church
or Liberal party.
In the House of Commons this evening John
Bright presented a petition from the people of
Nova Scotia, praying Parliament to repeal the
act by which that province was united to the
dominion of Canada. The petitioners de?
nounce the Canadian union act as an evil un?
called for and unjust, the result of surprise
sprang on the people, and of fraud practiced
on Parliament. After the reading of the docu?
ment the 26th instant was assigned for debate
on the subject.
PARIS, May 15.-In the Corps LegislatihTthe
debate on commerce, which commenced early
in the week with a speech from M. Thiers in
favor of protection, was continued yesterday by
Forcade, minister of commerce, who replied to
Thiers. He deprecated reopening the com?
mercial question and the creation- of a crisis
in trade when peace and industrial prosperity
were sure and undisturbed. He declared that
France would not adopt a retrograde policy,
either in commerce or any other pnblio
question. General Failly, commanding tho
encampment at Chalons, in an address to the
troops, saya, war being possible, the labors of
the camp must be serious and unremitting. It
is rumored that Count Sartr nj minister at
Borne, will be removed.
Salnavc on the Rampage.
KATANA, May 18.-Salnave has reached Port
an Prince and arrested many citizens and shot
some. American merchants were robbed, and
others shot at their own windows by the
troops. Salnave menaces the foreign consuls.
Hr. Hollister has sent here for a war vessel
and to Jamaica for a British vessel. Intense
anxiety prevails. It is understood that the
British gunboat Phoebe has left Jamaica to as?
sist the American Minister.
; LATEB.-Advices from Port an Prince to th?
12th state that the whole country except Go~
naives, Jacme'i and the Cape were in anns
against Salnave. At Jacmel the merchants
were closin g their stores.
A New York Excursion Party.
RICHMOND, May 18.-The new steamer Isaac
W. Bell, of the Richmond and New Tork line,
arrived this morning from New Tork, with
seventy invited guests, including forty ladies.
Among the guests are Mayor Hoffman, of New
.York, Senator Bradley, General Sawdello, TJ.
S. A., Morgan Jones, C. G. Cornell, J. B.
Nicholson, Isaac Bell, Owen W. Brennan, Hen?
derson Moore, Judge Dowling, Henry Smith,
and others. A banquet will be given on the
ship this afternoon, and the party will leave
to-morrow for Petersburg. They rejoin the
steamer at City Point, and, upon arriving at
Norfolk, will visit Fortress Monroe. They re?
turn to New York on Thursday. A meeting of
the City Council will be held this evening to
welcome the visitors. The new steamer made
the trip handsomely and to the satisfaction of
the builder, who was on board. General
Mahone came np with the party from Norfolk.
Affairs in Georgia.
ATLANTA, Hay 13.-Delegates to the Chicago
Convention are passing through this city. Ex
Governor Brown has gone.
The new City Council are arranging accom?
modations for the Georgia Legislature; the
time of meeting has not been mode* known.
Governor Bullock has gone to Washington.
TEZ ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE PBTNCE AL
FBED or ESOLAND.-Late mail dates from Aus?
tralia give some interesting particulars of the
recent attempt to assassinate Prince Alfred of
England, from which we take the following:
The affair occurred at a picnic given for the
benefit of a Sailors'Home to be established at
Sydney. The Prince had been invited in order
to help the charity, and had kindly gone, draw?
ing the beauty, wealth and fashion of the
place. About half-past one the prince arrived
in a special steamer, and the people collected
at the wharf and cheered lustily, while the
prince smiled and bowed his thanks. Imme?
diately upon landing he /:s conducted to the
luncheon tent, and m co. ?tty with the gov?
ernor of the colony, Lady Belmore and several
othera. partook of some refreshments. Leav?
ing the tent, the Prince led Lady Belmore to a
special pavilion which had been erected for the
nae of the elite of the party, and then saunter?
ed away with Sir William Manning (an old resi?
dent of Sydney) to' enjoy a walk about the
grounds. As he went along he met a gentleman
named Allen, with whom he shook hands and
chatted for a few moments, snd then handed an
envelope to Sir William Manning, saying that it
contained a donation to the Sailors' Home.
Scarcely had he finished speaking when a man,
whose name is now known to be OTarrel], was
observed to run quickly across to where he was
standing and tire with a revolver at the Prince,
who immediately fell forward, crying out "Oh,
my God, I am shot; my back is broken." Sir
William Manning turned hastily round upon
hearing the report of the revolver, and seeing
that the man who had just fired had pointed
his weapon towards him (Sir W. Manning), he
stooped to get out of the line of fire, and in do?
ing so fell. This time, however, the revolver
snapped, and while O'Farrell was again level?
ing his pistol at the Prince, a gentleman nam?
ed Vial, who had witnessed the whole occur?
rence, ran np and pinioned his arms to his
body, thus changing the direction of the weap?
on, which, however, exploded, the bullet hit?
ting a Mr. Thorne in the foot. Meanwhile the
report of the revolver had drawn together the
picnicers from all parts of the grounds, and a
scene of confusion and disorder ensued
which no words can depict. O'Farrell strug?
gled hard to get free from Vial, swearing
fiercely and loudly, and in the tussle the
identity of the combatants became a little
confused. When, therefore, the bystanders,
who had cow discovered that the Prince had
been shot, rushed in and separated the men,
they were uncertain as to which of them was
the assassin, and while the majority of the
crowd pitched upon the right man, Mr. Vial
was also seized noon and very severely mal?
treated. After awhile the police succeeded in
getting hold of O'Farrell, but not before he had
been terribly and brutally beaten. The people
called savagely ont "K?l'him 1" "Hang him !"
"Lynch him I", and fought desperately with the
police to possess themselves again of his body,
the poor wretch getting a dozen kicks and
blows for every yard the police progressed
down to the wharf, and, bleeding and uncon?
scious from the injuries he had received, was
conveyed to Sidney and lodged in jail. Mean?
while, the Prince had been raised from the
ground and conveyed to his'private tent, very
weak from the loss of blood. An examination
of his wound, however, showed it to be a very
serious one, and, indeed, it is strange that the
bullet, entering where it did, an inch or two to
the right of the spine, about the middle ol the
back, did not produce instant death, or, at any
rate, more serious results than it has done.
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any injurious ingredients. As a preventive to
fever and ague, and as a tonic for patients re?
covering from fever, or other eicknees, it can?
not be surpassed. It is recommended by the
most eminent physicians. Prepared by Hege?
rn an & Co., New York, and sold by all respect?
able druggists in the United States. J
POLITICAL. SUMMARY.
THE POLITICAL CAULDRON AT WASHINGTON -
TROUBLE TN THE RADICAL COUNCILS-WHAT
SHALL BE DONE AT CHICAGO ?-THE OMNIBUS
AND ARKANSAS BELLS.
The Washington correspondent of the Balti?
more Gazette writes, under date of Friday
evening :
The most important development this morn?
ing is that the course of Forney and Greeley in
denouncing Judge Chase and Senators Fessen
den, Grimes, Trumbull and Henderson does
not meet with the approbation of eveu a ma?
jority of Radical senators. The demoralization
and trouble among them are infinitely beyond
what is surmised out of Wasnington. The dif?
ficulty looming np most prominently and de?
manding immediate attention is how to treat
the apparent schism at the nominating conven?
tion. Will the aoti-impeachers be repudiated
and denounced? The question will arise, per?
haps, upon calling the name of Mr. Fowler,
who has been elected a member and is at the
head of the Tennessee delegation. Dare the
party follow the lead of the Chronicle and Tri?
bune, and refuse him or his proxy a seat?
The revolutionists are confessedly in a peck
of trouble upon these points, and I accordingly
learn th at a senatorial canons was held this
morning at the residence of Senator Pomeroy,
corner of Vermont avenne and H street, and it
is rumored, with great probability, that plans
for smothering for the pr?sent?t least the ef?
fects of the fend upon this particular question
were freely discussed. What influence these
movements may have upon a further postpone?
ment of the vote upon impeachment I am un?
able to say-opinions are variant in both poli?
tical party - .circles. Mr. Pomeroy, although
classed with impeachers of the deepest dye, is
still a fast friend of the Chief Justice, lt Is
probable, therefore, that the machinations this
morning are favorable to delay in taking the
question until the Chicago difficulty shall have
been "bridged over." On the other band, it is
thought in intelligent quarters that the Radi?
cal majority may themselves press a vote for
opposite purposes. The "managers" (it was
whispered this morning by reporters of Re?
publican papers) favor a direct vote, in the
double object of cornering their adversaries,
and clearing the way for the institution of a
new impeachment upon new articles, to be
tried by a "packed jury" composed in part by
carpet-baggers pretending to represent the
Southern states. It is possible this game will
be played, with what, success remains to be
seen.
Taking it for granted that impeachment on
the present articles is dead, the question of
the fate of the Omnibus and Arkansas b ills
becomes a matter of the gravest and most im?
mediate consequence, what sufficient securi?
ty can the dominant faction give tho anti-im
p each ers in their own ranks that they will not
take advantage of the influx of spurious sena?
tors from the South? If they are caught in
such a trap they will deserve either the exe?
cration or contempt of every man in America.
They well know that the removal of Mr. John?
son a single month before the expiration of his
full term, is intended to, and must eventually
result, in civil war. The right to make a Presi?
dent on grounds of party exigency alone is as
clear as that of removing one for precisely the
same reason. With Wade in possession of the
Executive power, and their nominee in that o?
the military, what would the present House oi
Repr?sentatives care for a preponderance of
electoral votes, even should the Radicals be in
a-minority after counting the Ml vote of all
the Southern States?
HOW THE PRESIDENT TALES-HIS OPINION 07
SENATORS.
The correspondent of the New York World
gives an account of an interview with Mr. John?
son on Thursday last. After the usual greet?
ings, the President asked :
"Well, what is there new to-day abont the
impeachment ? Yon argus- eyed gentlemen are
supposed to know nearly everything that's go?
ing on."
I stated to the President what appeared tobe
the feeling in the city, and what I had been ad?
vised was the average opinion in New York the
previous Saturday afternoon.
"8o," said he, "the weighty men of Wall
street are not quite so confident.of what is call?
ed conviction as they have been.
"Such is my understanding." ?
Mr. Johnson laughed an odd laugh, drum?
med with his fingers on the desk before him,
watched them while he drummed, and mutter?
ed to himself:
"Yea; well, well."
"Of course, Mr. President, you're well
enough aware, without my reminding yon, of
all the methods by which the managers and the
rest of the Radicals interested in the impeach?
ment are endeavoring to force their point
They are trying in particular to make senators
believe that in. the event of acquittal the Presi?
dent will, thus sanctioned in his well known
outrageous goings on, at once proceed to mle
or min the country, npset things throughout
the South, spoil the reconstruction business
with a swift hand, withdraw the troops, depose
the mihtary governments, declare all congres?
sional super-legislation null and void."
"And, in fine,** interrupted the President,
with a smile, "set np anarchy in general and
preside over it with a sceptre, if he can."
"That's about the end of the prophecy-yee-,
certainly," continued Mr. Johnson, after an im?
patient sign, "I anticipated just such non?
sense, ?ou have been here often enough, and
have heard my views expressed often enough,
to render it needless to talk abont now. These
men, 1 suppose, will stop at nothing. It will be
Strange, though, if they make any unpreju?
diced senator believe all the exaggerated state?
ments that are afloat."
I went on to remark that I had half pre?
sumed thc President might deem it improper
to make any public declaration of what he in?
tended to do after the conclusion of the trial,
and that I would not, therefore, suggest that
he should vouchsafe such a communication
to me.
"I am strongly of the opinion," said the
President, "that at this time the other side
may be left to do the talking."
The conversation then turned until it took
the form of a discussion of the personal and
Solitical character of the Senate. The Priai?
ent had a list of senator's names on the table,
and manifested a cool, deliberate interest while,
complying with his request, I went over the
h'et with a pencil and underscored the names
of senators then supposed to be certain to vote
for acquittal, or whose intentions were in doubt.
He nodded favorably or shook his bead unfa?
vorably, as the pencil marked name after name,
and his remarks o pon the several candidates
then humbly suggested for a decent immor?
tality, were as 'temperate and unprejudiced as
they were shrewd. He expressed the firmest
faith in Fessonden, Trumbull and Grimes. His
belief in the honesty of several other Republi?
can senators was unshaken, and he was. manly
enough, in nearly every instance, to seem to
base bis hope upon the characters and dis?
position of the men, without reference to their
politics. When I thought of the manifold rea?
sons he had to regard some of the individuals
alluded to as among the bitterest of his per?
sonal enemies, 1 could not help wondering at
the triumph of the President's impartiality
over his prejudices and passions. It was plain
that Mr. Johnson'felt himself secure, although
he did not express in terms his anticipation.
Preparing to leave, I congratulated him upon
his apparent confidence.
"Whatever may be the result," he responded
in a pleasant tone, "it certainly won't affect
me."
"It certainly won't affect you, Mr. President,
in the regard and good opinion of your friends."
"Nor in the good opinion of those every?
where, I hope, whose regard a man with a
clear conscience could ever prize," said the
President, as he walked with me toward the
door and said "good night."
SENATOR FESSENDEN ON THE VERDICT- NOBLE
SENTIMENTS.
Mr. Fessonden concluded his speech against
conviction as follows :
To the suggestion that popular opinion
demands the conviction of the President on
these charges, I reply that he is not now on
trial before the people, but before the Senate.
In the words of Lord Eldon upon the trial of
the Queen, "I take no notice of what is passing
out of doors because I am supposed, constitu?
tionally, not to be acquainted with it." And
again, "it is the duty of those on whom a judi?
cial task is imposed to meet reproach, and not
court popularity." The people have not heard
the evidence as we have heard it. The re
sponeibdity is not on them, bul upon us. They
have not taken an oath to "do impartial justice
according to the constitution and the laws."
1 have taken that oath. I cannot render judg?
ment upon their convictions, nor can they
transfer to themselves my punishment if I vio
late my own. And I should consider m
undeserving the confidence of that just au
telligent people who imposed upon me
great responsibility, and unworthy a i
among honorable men, if, for any fear of
he reprobation, and for the sake of sect
popular favor, I should disregard the co:
{ions of my judgment and my conscience.
The consequences which may follow e
from conviction or acquittal are not for
with my convictions, to consider. The ft
is in the hands of Him who made and gov
the universe, and the fear thal He will not
ern it wisely and well would not excuse m
a violation of His law.
IIB. CHASE DETERMINED TO BEAT WADE
BUTS THE RADICAL PARTY.
The Washington correspondent of Fon
Press says :
The fact that the Chief Justice is conste
in the company of Messrs. Fowler, Trnn
and others, who are known to be or are coi
ered doubtful, is accepted as circumsta
proof that there has been a conspiracy i
the first to accomplish the result now th i
ened. He drives, dines and visits with tl
early and late. It has been bis custom bei
fore to hold himself aloof, and compel pe
to seek bim, instead of seeking them, ai
now does. A private letter from him tc
eminent Southern loyalist declares that he
done everything in his power in tho past tc
feat Senaror Wade, and that he will contint
do the same in the futuro. I hope soon tc
able to get permission to print extracts f
this letter; but until I do, yon must accept
meagre abstract of its ron tents, in the fon
ing sentence, as a specific explanation of
extraordinary course. The reeling towt
him, even among mild Republicans, is exc<
ingly bitter, as even his personal friends I
failed to offer a respectable apology for bis ]
ceedings. Home of them predict that he
become a candidate against Orant, and i
his course will consolidate not only the i
Republicana, but the War Democracy, in tl
support of a ticket to which none but the et
est advocates of impeachment eau object.
OPINIONS 07 TEE REPUBLICAN PRESS.
The New York Times roads a wholosc
lesson to its brethren. Speaking of the BE
cal attempts to overawe and overrule
Court of Impeachment, it says;
If the leaders of the Republican party tb
that party has anything to gain by forcing
result they seek-by bringing abont the Pr
dent's removal by other 'means than a fi
just and judicial conviction of his guilt, tl
will not nave long to wait to find ont tb
mistake. His removal, on the eve of a pn
dential election, under any circumsfanc
even if the testimony were so clear and uni
peachableaa to leave no shadow of doubt
distrust on the public mind, would have adc
to the weicht which that party would havel
to cgrry through the canvass. But h is com
tion and removal, without the clear con vic t:
and settled judgment of the required major
of the court that tries bim-brought abont
party violence, by personal or politi
menaces, by coeicion or outside pressure
any sort-will crush to the earth any party
any faction that dares to try it.
The New York Post (Radical) very sensit
Bays :
If the majority in Congress is wise it \
drop just here the whole impeachment bu
ness, and go on with the other and importa
matters which demand attention. It is imp
sible to secure respect for a verdict for cour
tion hereafter rendered by the High Cou
The ircegukr and unlawful efforts to sect
that end have been too shameless, too cons
cuous. Of what use or ?bice will be the silei
of Mr. Henderson, or th? resignation of 2
Trumbull? Of what accent will be the ct
viction of the President py one or two voti
or indeed by any number, ticer the proceedin
of Tuesday?
WADE'S VIEWS.
"Mack" writes : 4
Senator Wade ia quite confident the Preside
will be convicted. Ho was asked this afternoe
if his vote should be required, if he would gi
it, and then resign, BO as to make Colfax Pre
dent. H?B reply was quici: "If I had twee
voice Td give thom all; an8 as for resigning
never thought ol such a thing; of course
shan't."
CHARGES OF CORRUPTION.
Radical organs nave already began to t
smear with filth those senators whose sense
justice will not permit them to vote for the ii
peachment of the President. Speaking
Mesare. Trumbull, Fesaenden, Grimes ai
Henderson, the Boston Traveller Bays:
It ls stated that these four gentlemen had
private interview with the President abo
three* weeks ago, and pledged themselves
vote for his acquittal if be would nomina
General Bohoifeld as Secretary of War. Th
statement oomes from the best of sources, an
is credited by a great many senators. Ti
opinion is freely expressed by Radical senate:
that all these four senators have been bong]
by the free nae of money. The members <
the whiskey ring claim this morning that th?
have disposed of two millions of money darin
the past ten days, but preserve an entire ret
cence aa to where it went.
The New York Tribune meanly inquire
"what ls Mr. Trumbull's guerdon for defent
ing the President?" and the Sun brings up ti
rear with a dirty insinuation that "there is
woman in Mr. Henderson's case, which a?
counts for his defection."
A HOWL FOB RADICAL RECRUITS FROM TE
SOUTH.
Forney isn't so certain of conviction as h
used to be, and now howls for the admission e
Radical senators until the requisite two-third
is made up. He pays :
Now, if the nation, in this hour of her ei
tremity, needs loyal votes in the Senate, let th
loyal majority admit at once the senators fror
the newly-reconstructed and regenerated Stat
of Arkansas. They are standing waiting a
the door. It is a superfluous caution that keep
them out. Bring in, too, if there is need c
them, patriot senators from Florida, Georgiu
Louisiana and the Carolinas. It needs bu
little time to bring their representatives on th
floor of Congress. If the country needs there
or if there id a risk thu L she may need them
let the loyal senators from the ??tates we hav
made loyal by the sword and at the cost of th
nation's best blood come in."
THE RADICAL PARTY SPLIT IN TWATN-FOBNE
DENOUNCES MB. CHASE.
'The Washington Chronicle, of Friday, says :
Those who are not for us are against us. Wi
would trust no man whose sympathies are no
sufficiently enlisted in the great cause of thi
people to express himself. Andrew Johnson'!
friends have no difficulty in saying that the;
intend to vote for his acquittal, and .ve canno'
view the recreant senators in any other lighi
than as co-conspirators with Andrew Johnsoi
to effect this purpose. As for Mr. Chase's little
game, it will be as effectually blocked oy a post?
ponement as by a conviction. He says ''the
party has surrendered to General Grant,'
whoso habits aro a constant theme with Chase's
partisans, and it is no secret that Mr. Chase
would infinitely prefer Andrew Johnson at
President for the balance of bis natural life
than eeo either Mr. Wade or General Grant
in that office for a day. Hiving failed
to secure a nomination for President
over Mr. Lincoln in 1864, it is well
known that Secretary Chase endeavored,
after the Baltimore Convention had placed
its candidates in th?j field, to organ?
ize a new movement to divide the party. Fail?
ing in this, he reluctantly retired to'the Su?
preme Bench, where he has considered himself
politically shelved, and with restless ambition
has constantly manoeuvred to get the Presi?
dency. An eminent politician, well acquainted
with the purpose of prominent men in Wash?
ington, annonnced six mouths ago that there
were to be three candidates for the Presidency,
of whom Chase and Grant would be two, with
a view of throwing the election into Congress,
out of which the Chief Justice expected to
come triumphant. We expoct this is a true
indication of the ultimate purposes of ihe
Chief Justice, who has resorted to An extra?
ordinary amount of dinner diplomacy, and
long drives with doubtful senators, to defeat
impeachment. It is abont time his long career
of treachery to the Republican party iras ex?
posed. Nobody, of course, doubt9 that he and
Andrew Johnson long ago conspired together
to save the life of JeffersoT Davis; and that
this leading traitor would have been tried, con?
victed, and punished long ago hod an honest
judge performed his duty and an honest ex?
ecutive enforced the law.
THE BANDALL-HAMILTON RENCONTRE.
I The facts in regard to tho difficulty on Fri
day afternoon, between Samuel J. Randall an^
ex-Governor Jack Hamilton, of Texas, are
given as follows in the Washington Express,
which says :
Mr. Randall, in company with Senator Cam?
eron, Mr. Jonah D. Hoover, and another gen?
tleman, were seated in the dining-room of tbe
hotel, when Hamilton entered to eee Senator
Cameron, and the two repaired to the bar-room
and engaged in conversation. Soon after Mr.
Randall left the dining-room, and, passing by
the parties who were conversing, inquired
Hamilton's name. The latter replied that he
was ?. J. Hamilton, of Texas. Some harsh
words then passed between them, and there?
upon Hamilton struck Mr. Randall with a heavi?
ly loaded cane, the blow falling on the right
side of the head, near the eye. The assault
was followed up by other blows of the same
sort, until the parties clinched and fell to the
floor, Mi*. Randall in the meantime giving his
antagonist a well-directed blow under the eye,
which left a black streak in the immediate
vicinity. Mr. Whitney, proprietor of the house,
then interfered, and succeeded in separating
the combatants, after which Hamilton went to
the room of Senator Cameron, in the hotel,
and Mr. Randall was cared for by his friends,
who accompanied him to his home in George?
town. He was considerably injured about the
head, but it is thought that he is not seriously
hurt.
Sjjfcid natters.
SS*BRITISH CONSULATE -PORT OF
CHARLESTON.-Mw. ELIZA JANE BBOWN,
daughter of FEANCIB BECK, of Leeds, England, is
requested to communicate with
H. P. WALKES,
May 19_1*_H. M. Consul
SS* NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LINE.-Consignees per steamship
CHARLESTON, from New York, are notified of her
cargo being THU Day discharged at Adger's South
Wharf. AD goods remaining on the dock at sunset
will be stored at Consignees' risk and expense.
JAMES ALGER A CO., Agents.
May 19_ 1
SS* CONSIGNEES PER BRITISH BARK
"EASTHAM" are hereby notified that she has been
entered under the five day act. All goods not per?
mitted within that time will be sent to Customhouse
stores at the expense and risk of owners.
May 18 2_JOHN FRASER A CO.
SS* CATHOLIC CHARITY FAIR.-ALL
persons having DEMANDS against the Catholic
Charity Fair, will please present the same immedi?
ately at No. 20 BROAD-STREET.
THEO. BUCHET, ) Committee
GEO. A. BOWMAN, S on
EDWARD LAFITTE, ) Accounts.
May 16_3__
SS* IN EQUITY .-CHARLESTON- WES
COTT VB. WESCOTT.-Under the Decree filed in
this case on the 10th January, 1868, the creditors of
the late G. W. WESCOTT are called upon to come in
and prove their demands before tho undersigned on
or before the Firtt of July, 1868, or be debarred from
all benefit of the decree to be made in this case.
JAMES TUPPER.
February 18_tn20
SS* NOTICE.-ON A FINAL ADJUSTMENT
of the affairs of the late co-partnership of CRAIG,
TUOMEY A CO., it was agreed that all the outstand?
ing debts due the Concern should be paid to the
subscriber, who ia alone authorized to receipt for the
same.
All persons indebted to said Concern, by note or
otherwise, will moke payment to
JOHN TUOMEY,
36 East Bay,
April 8 Corner Auger's South Wharf.
SS* THE K. K. K. IS SAID TO BE RAPED
LY spreading through the South, but faster sall
spreads the wonderful fame ol the PALMETTO
HAIR RENEWER, which ls used by the old and
young with the most satisfactory result. Ask for lt
where you trade. DOWIE A MOISE,
May 9_stuth6_Agents, Charlestom
SS* BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS !
splendid Hair Dye is the best in the world; the I
only trae and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
nstan tan eons; no disappointment; no ridiculous
ants; remedies the ill effects of bad dyes; invigo?
rates and leaves the bair soft and beautiful black or
brown. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers; an
properly applied at Batchelors Wig Factory, No
Bond-street. New York. lyr January
MS* "BLESSINGS BRIGHTEN AS THEY |
TAKE THEIR FLIGHT."-Home, friends and all
the enjoymenta of life seem infinitely more dear to
the sufferer from nervous debility when the proba?
bility la that ere long be must leave them forever.
When the health has become impaired and the
strength 1B failing, then life looks more alluring.
Stimulants are the only means of restoration in cases
of nervous debility. The great difficulty has been to
provide s stimulant possessing not only medicinal
merit, but one affording permanent relief. If HOS
TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS ia resorted to in
auch cases, its beneficial effects will soon become
apparent in the buoyancy of spirits and renewed
strength of the hitherto dejected patient Experience
has proved this preparation to be "THE REMEDY
OF THE AGE" for NEBVO?3 DEBILITY, as well
as oil diseases arising irom derangement of the
stomach and liver.
Persons advanced in life, and feeling the hand of
hmo weighing heavily upon them with all its
attendant ills, will find in the use of HOSTETTER'S
CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTERS an elixir that
will instil new life into their veins, restore, in a
measure, the ardor and energy of more youthful
days, build up their shrunken forms, and give health
and vigor to their remaining years. Those who are
in the least afflicted with Dyspepsia, Ague, Languor,
Nausea, or any other troublesome and dangerous
disease arising from a disordered system, should
not hesitate to avail themselves of the benefit de?
rived from this great remedy.
The immense quantities of this invaluable tonic
that are consumed, and which is steadily ino easing,
year by year, is sufficient in itself to disarm the
most skeptical. 6 May 16
arNERVO?S DEBILITY, WITH ITS
gloomy attendants, low spirits, depression, in?
voluntary omissions, loss of semen, spermatorrhoea,
losa of power, dizzy head, loes of memory, and
threatened impotence and imbecility, find a sove?
reign cure in HUMPHREY'S HOMEOPATHIC
SPECIFIC No. TWENTY-EIGHT. Composed of tho
most valuable mild and potent curatives, they strike
at once the root of the matter, tone up du system,
arrest the discharges, and imf art vigor and energy,
lite and vitohty, to the entire man. They hovi
cured thousands of cases. Price 36 per package oi
six boxes and vial, or SI per single box. Sold by
druggists and Bent by mail on receipt ot pnce
Address HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC
MEDICLNI COMPANY, No. 562 PROADWAY, NEW
YORK- Semem ber li
SS* A YOUNG LADY RETURNING TO
her country home, after a sojourn of a t-.'w months
In I : e city, was hardly recognized by her friend.?.
In place ol a coarse, rustic, flushed face, enc had a
sort roby con plexion of almost marble smooth?
ness, and instead twenty-three she really appeared
but eighteen. Upon inquiry as to the cause of FO
great a change, she plainly told them that she used
the OIBCAoslAN BALM, ac d considered it an in?
valuable acquisition toany lsdy'stoilct. By its use
any Lady or Gentlemen con improve their petsoual
appearance an hundredfold. It is simple in its
combination, as Nature hersch is simple, yet unsur
passed m itB efficacy in drawing impurities irony
also hearing, cleansing and beautifying the skin and
complexion. Ey its direct action on the cuticle lt
draws from it all it* impurities, kindly healing thr
ame, and leaving the surface as Nature intended: it
should be-dear, soft, smooth and beautiful. Price
51, sent by Mail or Eipress. on receipt of an order,
by
W. L. CLARE & CO.. Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette-street, Syracuse, N. Y.
Tbe only Amerioon Agente for the 6ole ol the soxsr,
Mar.-b 30 lyr
Special Mices.
SS* MESSRS. EDITORS: PLEASE AN?
NOUNCE L. BUNCH as a candidate for Sheriff of
Charleston County at the coming election, and oblige
the lovers of justice to all. May 19
SS* JUSTICE TO ALL.-THE PEOPLE'S
Candidate for Sheriff of Charleston County, Captain
C. B. Sig WA LD._tuth2fttde? May 12
MS* THE FRIENDS OF CAPTAIN 81G
WALD, the People's Candidate for Sheriff, will meet
To-Night, and every night during the canvass, at
Fordham's Ball, Meeting-street, at Eight o'clock.
May 18 _3
MS* MESSRS. EDITORS DALLY NEWS:
You will please nominate B. S. DU BYE A for Mayor,
and oblige
MANY NATIVE AND ADOPTED CITIZENS.
April 1*_
??WORKINGMESo CANDIDATE.
Major E. WILLIS will receive the support ot the
workingmen and tax-payers of the city for the
Mayor! ty, and we are authorized to state, will serve
if elected. MANY WOBKING-MEN,
April 23 Imo From all Wards.
XS-MESSRS. EDITORS : WE BEG LEAVE
to suggest the name of Mr. E. D. ENSTON as a suit?
able candidate ior the Mayoralty at the ensuing elec?
tion, being impressed with the importance of select?
ing one who represents every class in this commu?
nity. We are satisfied he will, receive the support of
the citizens and TAX PAYEES.
April 22
MS* OFFICE CITY RAILWAY COMPANY,
CORNER BROAD i ND EAST BAY-STREETS
CHARLESTON, S. C., April 29, 18C8.-Persons de?
sirous of advertising on the Panels of the Cars of
this Company, can be accommodated on application
at this Office. S. W. RAMSAY,
April 29_Secretary and Treasurer.
SS* CHAMPAGNES AND CLARETS.
VE CLIQUOT PONSABDIN
"Green Seal" Moct and Chandoo
Jules Mumm's "Private Stock"
Jules Mumm's "Verzenay"
jule.; Mumm's "Cabinet"
Piper Heidsieck
Dry SiUery and Verzenay
Chamberin A Uits
"Urbana" Wine Company.
CLARET WINES.
GODARD'S COUTBY
Johnston's Medoc
Brandenburg Medoc
E. B. C. A Co. BouiUac
Johnston's St. Lonnes
Chateaux Margeaux
Chateaux Yquem
Sparkling Catawba, Ac
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.,
May ll 12_No. 275 King-street.
SS* INFANTS DO NOT CRY WITHOUT A
CAUSE.-By an interesting practical application of
chemical laws to the kernels of wheat and barley, a
nutriment is produced and perfected that sets in
operation the natural laws of digestion and assimila?
tion in the most inactive, indolent and tender
stomach. If your Infant suffers from ic auffielen
breast milk, give lt COMSTUCK'S RATIONAL
FOOD. , G. W. COMSTOCK,
51 Courtlandt st., N. Y.
For sale by DOWIE A MOISE, Agents,
May 6 wfm6 Charleston. 8. C.
SS* NO CURE NO PAY.-DR. FORREST'S
'JUNIPER TAB" ls warranted to cure Cough,
Croup, Throat and Lung Diseases, of whatever
nature, if not hopelessly bed-ridden, or the price will
be positively refunded. INSTANTANEOUS BELIEF
PBODUCED. Try lt, and if not satisfied return the
.impty bottles and get your money back. For aale
by druggists everywhere.
Price per bottle-35 cents.
For sale at G. W. AIMAB'S Drug Store,
Corner King and Vanderhorst streets.
E. H. KELLERS A CO.'S Drugstore,
No. 131 Meeting-street, near Market
L. CHAPIN A CO., General Agents,
No. 20 Hayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
February 20 thstu 3moe
?^S-A-R^A-P-A-R-I-I^L-I-A-N.-BID
DEN VIRTUES BBOUGHT TO LIGHT.-For three
hundred years the curative properties of Sarsaparilla
have lain dormant in a part of the root that have
j escaped the notice of chemists. By the new process
recently discovered by Dr. BADWAY, in extracting
the medicinal properties from vegetable substances
that enter into the composition of RAD WAY'S REN?
OVATING RESOLVENT, SABSAPA BILLIAN, the
crystalline principle o'. Sarsaparilla was found to
possess the true virtues ascribed to this root, ob?
tained as it now is under Dr. BsDWAY'S new pro?
cess, rescues', by RB wonderful curative power over
all forms of Chronic, (-kin, Scrofulous and uncured
secondary diseases, the reputation of Sarsaparilla
from the unfavorable opinion of the Medical Faculty.
SARSAPARILLIAN, SARSAPARILLA!*,
associated with other ingredients of extraordinary
curative properties, enters into the composition of
BADWAY'S BENOVATING RESOLVENT, and this
remedy may now be considered as the most effectual
and quick curative remedy in all Chronic Glandular,
skin, Sidney, Bladder and Urinary diseases. Indus
eases of the Lungs, Bronchi, Throat and liver, it af?
fords immediate assistance. It communicates its
curative powers through the blood, sweat and urine.
Tho moment it is swallowed it commences its work of
purification and the expulsion of corrupt humors
from tho blood. It repairs the waste of the body
with sound and healthy material, and secures func?
tional harmony of each depraved organ in the natu?
ral s e ere ti on of its proper constituents. In cases
where there is difficulty In tee Kidneys and Dia?
betes, Gravel, Catarrh, or irritation of tho Bladder,
Bright's Disease, Ac, Ac, is present, this remedy
will give immediate relief and insure a cure.
QUESTION.-Dr. A-1 asks: "Will your SABS A
PARJLHAN RESOLVENT make a permanent cure
ot uncured secondary disease, and restore the vigor
of Ufe to those uniortunates who by self-abuse or
otherwise ore suffering a waste of the Ufe fluid?"
ANSWEB.-The purilying.ystrengthening and re?
parative properties of this remedy ia truly wonder?
ful. In 1849-5U, when thia remedy was first intro?
duced, it made extraordinary cures of persons who
were treated unsuccessfully on the Parisian plan,
both in Europe and in this country, by vapor baths of
Mercury, Arsenic, Sulphur, and Iodine, Potash, Mer.
cury in several forms, and by inunctions, which only
suppressed or stifled the disease; and persons cured
by the Resolvent made under the old process, afflict
d with Spermatorrhoea, weakening Discharges, &c,
threatening impotency, have since married and have
cbUdren of from five to fifteen years now living,
without a sign of inherited disease. This we con?
sidered good evidence of its thorough curative aud
fruitful efficacy.-(.-'ce page 14 of "False and 'I rue,"
Dr. Bad way's new Medical Book, article headed,
'Ricord ti. Bad way. "J
If this remedy, prepared nnaer the old process,
possessed such powerful curative properties, its fail?
ure now is improbable and almost impossible.
lu all cases of Skin Diseases, Pimples, Blotches,
Worms or Insects, Black spots ia the Flesh, Sores,
Eruptions, Ac, a few dotes will remove and restore
the skin to a clear und beautiful appearance.
Da Chronic Disease?, Ulcers, Tumors, Fever,
Sores, Ac, a cure is sure to follow its use. In ail dis?
eases of the Kidneys, Bladder, Urethra, and where
the urine di posits sediments, cither ota brick dus:
color, gravel or albumen, white shreds of s'rlnjy
matter, a few doses wiU chango these signs of terror
to its natural condition. S ARRAPA BILLIAN RE?
SOLVENT is a far better remedy for Kidney difficul?
ties than Badin, see that each bottle of Rad way's
Resolvent has thc word "SarsapariUian" on the
label.
Price SI per bottle, or six bottles for $5.
RADWAY & CO.,
Nc. 87 Maiden Lane New York.
Mavis DAC 0
_$wm>_
^^iTal^HT^tA^Ga? MITCHELL..
r-, THI8FAVOBITKYACHT, HAVING
wOiecn thoroughly refitted for pleasure par
7_jvgiti>a. ta now ready for engagements by.ap.
^~ '?plication to ?1 captain on board, orto
BLACK A JOHNSTON,
April 7_tuths6mo8_Agenta.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LINE.
FOR NEW YORK.
THE SPLENDID SLOE WHEEL
x?fe?WE??STEA M 8 HIP JAMES ALGER,
?<y?MU^Mtt LOCKWOOD Commander, will leave
JMaMHBU Adger's Wharf, on Wednuday, 20th
instant, at 5 o'clock P. M.
The Charleston will follow on Saturday, 23d, at ff
P.M.
ta* The steamers of this line insure at three-quar?
ter per cent
Fer Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMES AD GER A CO..
Corner Adger's Wharf and East Bay (Up Stairs).
May 18 3
FOR NE VV YORK.
REGULAR LINE STEAMERS.
sttf-xr-r.-* THE STEAMSHIP SARAGOSSA,
y^g??^jg;^Capudn M. B. CROWELL, will leave
Vjnderborst's Wharf, on Saturday,
==^30=3-May 23, 18G8, at 8 o'clock, A.M.
Bills Lading must be presented for signature by
Seven o'clock on Ft t'ddy Evening.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
May lt_RAVEN EL A CO., Agente.
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD.
STEAM BETWEEN
BALTIMORE AND BB EMEN,
Via Southampton.
THE BGBEW STEAMERS OF THE NORTH GERMAN LLOYD,
BALTIMORE.Capt. VOECKLEB.
BERLIN.Capt. UNDUETSOH
OF 2500 TONS AND 700 HORSE-POWER,
AT-yfA^?. WILL RUN REGULARLY BE
s&mffz! TWEEN BALTIMORE AND BRE
?Sffl Wom*M '-N. VIA SOUTHAMPTON. From
.-T.*' ?a?a- n^m?n nn the 1st of each month.
From Southampton on the ?th of each month. From
Baltimore on the 1st of each month.
PRICE OF PASSAGE-From Baltimore to Bremen,
London, Havre and Southampton-Cabin $90; Steer?
age $36. From Bremen to Baltimore-Cabin $90 r
Steerage $10.
Prices of passage payable in gold, or its equiva?
lent
They touch. at Southampton both going and re?
turning. These vessels take Freight to London and
Hull, for which through billa ot lading are signed.
An experienced Surgeon ia attached to each vessel
AU letters must pass through the Post?nica No
bills of lading but those of the Company-ill be
signed. Bills of lading will positively not be de?
livered bet?re goods ore cleared at the Customhouse.
Fer Freight or Passage, apply to
A. SCHUMACHER & CO.,
No. 8 South Charles-street Baltimore.
Or to MORD t CAI A CO.. Agents,
East Bay, Charleston, 8. a '
April 20 _6mos
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPT'S
THROUGH LINS TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE AT GREATLY RE?
DUCED RATES!
-yf-tw-' STEAMERS OF THE ABOVE
/f?nffiilu^ ^no leave Kcr If0- 42, North River,
<~?JN<W)M^ foot of Canal-street, New York, at
r ritr*n 12 o'clock noon, of the 1st 9th, 16th
and 24th of every month (except when these dates
fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding).
Departure of lat and 3l*t connect at Panam? with
steamers for South Pacific and Central American
ports. Those of 1st touch at Man anillo.
Departure of nth ot each month connects witta
the new steam line from Panama to Australia and
New Zealand.
Steamship JAPAN leaves San Francisco, for China
and Japan, August 3.
No California steamers touch?t Havana, but go
direct from New York to AspinwalL
One hundred pounds baggage tree to each^idult
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or furthor information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf,
foot of Canal-street, North River, New York.
March IA_lyr_F. Bj BABY, Agent
FOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF AND LAND?
INGS ON 8ANTEE RIVER.
m . ^nT*****. THE STEAMER VOLUNTEER,
Jg??iiS?CCapta111 C' ELDER, having the prfn- .
ci; al part or her cargo engaged, will take light .
Freight This Day and posit!velv sail on To-Marrouj
(Tuesday), the 19th inst, at i P. M.
For Freight engagements, apply to
JAMES BROWNE, Agent
May 18 2 .'Central Wharf.
:
FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA, ,
VIA SAVANNAH, FfiRNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S
RIVER.
_ _*JT-*>K ON AND AFTER THE 21 ST MAY.
JrtBBaZthe DICTATOR and CITY
POINT will leave Charleston every Thursday sud
Monday Evenings, at 9 o'clock, for tho above j. laces,
and Savannah every Friday and Tuesday Afternoons,
at 3 o'clock.
8teamer CITY POINT, Capt S. ADKINS, sails
Thursday Evening.
bteamer DICTATOR, Capt C. WILLEY, salli Mon?
day Evening.
RETURNING.
The Steamer CITY POINT, will leave Savannah
every Tuesday Mamine, at 9 o'clock.
The Steamer DICTATOR every Friday Morning,
at 9 o'clock.
N. B.-All Freight payable on the wharf.
All gooda not removed by sunset, trill be stored
at expense and risk of owner.
For Freight or Passage apply on board or at office
of J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
May 18 South Atlantic Wharf:
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA,
BY CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH STEAM
PACKEI LINE, VIA BEAUFORT, HILTON
HEAD AND BLUFFTON.
m ^jt?T^Jtm THE STEAMER "PILOT BOY,"
Eggggfigg Captain W. T. MCNELTY, will leave
Charleston every Monday Night, at 12 o'clock, and
Savannah every Thursday Morning, at 7 o'clock.
AU Way Freight, also Blufiton Wharfage, must be
pre-paid.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JOHN FERGUSON, Accommodation Wharf.
Marchs
Special Notices.
ta* FOB RESTORING STRENGTH AND
appetite, use the great Southern Tonic, PANKNTN'B
HEPATIC BITTERS and you will not be disappointed.
For sale by all druggists. tu
ta* I HE GREAT PBE8EB VEB OF
HEALTH.-TARRANI'S EFFERVESCENT SELT?
ZER APERIENT can always be relied upon as a
pleasant, mild, speedy and positive cure in all coses
of Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Sick Head?
ache, Indigestion, Soar Stomach, Liver Complaint.
Biliousness, Flatulency, Fullness of Blood, and all
Inflamatory Complaints where a gentle cooling ca?
thartic is required; so says the Chemist so says the
Physic'an, so says the great American Public of the
Nineteenth Century.
Heed ye them, and be not without a bottle in the
house. Before life is imperilled, deal judiciously
with thc symptoms; remember that the slight internal
dUcrdcrs of to-day may become an obstinate incura?
ble disease to-morrow.
Manufactured only by the sole proprietors, TAB
RANT A CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 278 Green?
wich and No. 100 Warren streets New York.
Sold by all Druggists.
February 22_[oct31]_3mo
J8S-NEW MABB1AGE GUIDE_AN ESSAY
for Young Men. on Physiological Errors, Abuses and
Diseases, incident to Youth and Early Manhood,
which create impediments to MARRIAGE, with sure
means of relict. Sent in sealed letter envelopes free
ol charge. Addr?6S Dr. J. SEILLIN HOUGHTON,.
Soward Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
January 31
?5- ItOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. -PRIZES
CASHED AND INFORMATION f URMSHED.
The hiche*t rates paid tor DOUBLOON a and al]
kinds ot GOLD AND SILVER.
TAYLOR .v CO., Bankern,
No. lu Wall ?treet
Qrtohpr IP_Vvr_tfP? yorir
1ST WHEATON'S OINTMENT WILL CCBE?
the Itch.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT will euri Salt Rheum
WHEA I ON" S OINXM OTT cures Old Seres
WHEATON'S OlNTMtNT cutes all DLeaNS
the ?>kin.
Pnce 50 cents; by mill GO cents. AU draceist*
s-.'U it WEEKS A POTTER, Beaton, Pro. rieiors
SeptSBcer IC Sasaufi?

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