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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1078. CHARLESTON, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY ll, 1869._SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM
OFFICE SEEETN?-LONGSTREET'S CHANCES-PAD?
DON OF AN OFFICES WHO HAD INSULTED MB.
JOHNSON-DEATH OF HON. JAMES GUTHRIE.
WASHIKQTJN, March 18_The postmaster
ship of Washington City, a very profitable po?
sition, is pursued by eight patriots.
Tho order assigning General Sheridan to
Louisiana has not been countermanded.
Commissi'.uer Delano is reported to have
said this morning tbat be would not recom?
mend for removal any reliable nndloyal Repub?
lican who has bscn au honest, capable and effi?
The Secretary of the Interior appoints as
commissioners of the Union Pacific Railroad,
Mr. Isaac N. Morris, of Illinois, vice Frank P.
Blair, Jr.; General Gouverneur R. Warren, vice
General W. B. Buford; Mr. James F. Wilson,
rice Cornelius Wendell, of Louisiana.
Senators Kellogg aud Harris aro reported as
committed to vote for Longstreet's confirma?
George Wilkes and Dan Sickles are com po ti?
ler* for the Mexican mission. Tho chances of
the latter arc the best.
The trustees of the Metropolitan Methodist
Church called on the President to-day, and for?
mally assured him that his pew would hereafter
The coin in the treasury is one hundred and
two millions, including twenty-nine millions o'
gold bearing certificates.
Tba public debt bas been reduced three mil?
lions since the 1st of December.
No interest wi)! be due until the 1st of Hay
when thirty millions in coin will be required.
Second Assistant Engineer Sawyer, suspend?
ed from rank and duty and put on half pay for
using disrespectful language towards Mr.
Johnson, has been pardoned.
Mr. Jeffries*, Registrar of the Treasury, has
Dr. Samuel Bard had an interview with the
President to-day, which he reported as highly
Neither House is in session.
There is a prevalence of small-pox in various
pari? of the country.
WASHINGTON, March 14.-Until Congres?
sional action has been taken, General Ames
will continuo to act as commander of the
Fourth Military District and Provisional Gov?
ernor of Mississippi.
Jaubert and Dumas, two colored men from
? New Orleans, came here in starch of foreign ap?
pointments. Dumas wanted to be minister to
Hay ti, and Jaubert wanted a consulship. They
have been persuaded, however, that tho in?
terest of their race demauds that they should
stay at homo, and Jaubert is now applying for
the New Orleans assessorship, and Dumas for
the Baton Rouge collectorslnp.
Thc chances arc equal fur Longstreet's con?
A dispatch from Louisville announces the
death of the Hon. James Guthrie.
TILE WJLRRESTOA' 'TRAGEDY.
TWO DREADFUL MURDERS FROM ONE POLITICAL
QUARREL-A COWARD MURDERS A_N EDITOR,
AND IS HIMSELF LYNCHED BY OUTRAGED CIT?
WARREST*N, GA., Mai cit 13.-The excite- ?
ment growing out of the murder yesterday
morning, of Mr. Wallace, editor of the Clipper
newspaper of this place, culminated in another
terrible tragedy last night. The particulars of
the whole affair are as follows : i
There had previously been some difficulty '.
between Dr. Dar Jen and Mr. Wallace, on ac- I
count of political sentiments, aud more re?
cently Dr. D., who is a Mason, and is connect?
ed with the Masonic Lodge at Warrenton, vot- :
ed against Wallace becoming a member. To '
this implied insult, Mr. Wallace replied through ?
his paper, in a long and scathing abuse of Dr. 1
Dardan, and on yesterday morning, while walk- 1
ing quietly through the streets of Warrenton, !
he was shot from a window with a double- i
barreled gun in the hands of L r. Dardoo, tai- '
inc off the entire lop of his head, and killing I
bim instantly. The closing paragraph of the 1
card published by Mr. Wallace, referred to
above, is as follows :
. "Many of our best citizens who have con?
ceived a favorable opinion of Masonry, hold
themselves aloof on account of this individ?
ual's membership, knowing his cowardly dis?
position, and tearing him as a coward. Li
conclusion, I would say, mat if any Mason who
voted on the occasion-referred to will vindi?
cate Durden, I will make ample reparation;
but if no Mason feels it his duty to give Dur?
den justice other than this, then I again
brand bim as a har and villain. I can bo
found at my office at any time, and if the Doc?
tor eeos proper to practice on me, I am bis
patient, but not without fear that he will ad?
minister poison or attempt a surgical operation
on my back with a scalpel, in the dark.
After the shooting of Wallace, the citizens
of Warrentou became so ince-med at the atro?
cious manner in which it was done, that Dar
den, by the advice of a few friends, and desir?
ing to preserve his life, gave himself up to the
sheriff of the county, who promptly placed
him in jail, and locking it up made his way to
Augusta-the sheriff admitting him in jail
armed. At intervals, and nearly ali through
the day, crowds were seen on the street cor?
ners discussing the killing. Things thus pro?
gressed until night, when a *owd of men,
numbering some twenty-five oi thirty, assem?
bled and proceeded to the jail, demanding from
Dardon that ho should give himself up to them.
He refused, and the crowd piled a lot of rub?
bish against the door and under the jail, and
attempted to smoke him out. Darden then
cried out that he would give np his pistol
and yield to their wishes; but when they came
near, the smoke having gradually left the
house, ho again refused. The crowd then be?
came more incensed, and made another appli?
cation of rubbish to the house, and again
smoked him. This timo tho smoko and heat
became so intense that he was heard to feebly
ask to be let out. The crowd broke open the
jail und took from it their victim. They then
oonducted him to his office, and allowed him
to write a letter and make his will. He was
notified that his time was up, and they gave
him a few moments to make a last appeal to
God, which boing done, they escorted him out
to the public streets and there shot him until
every spark of life lett his body, piercing
him with no less than twonty-fivo balls. i'hus
ended auotber fearful tragedy.
STAJRKS FROM TUE WIRES. \
The Georgia Legislature has reconsidered
the Fifteenth amendmeut, but will probably
adopt it this week.
The Fenians of Chicano have assessed every
Irishman and every Irish woman in the city
one dollar each to change thc present arms of
the organization to breech loaders.
-fDr. Mudd, thc famous Tortugas prisoner, is
en his way North.
The Chairman of tho Virginia Republican
State Central Committee refuses lo enters? ib*
nominations of the Petersburg Conventi- -r-.
MOUE TBOOP3-INSlONXPICAJiCE OF THE AMEBI
CAN 6Q?ADB0N-BEBELS COMMANDED BY A
HAVANA, March 13.-One thousand troops
have arrived at Cienfuegos. The entire rail?
road is guarded, but the insurgents aro nume?
rous and active.
The Spanish commandant at Santa Spiritu
has prcelaimed conciliation onded.
The fiends of the prisoners depirting for
Fernando Po were allowed to furuish them
The insignificance of the American squad?
ron, compared with those of England and
France in Cuban waters, has excited derision
The fighting is lively in Sagua district.
The Diane, in a leader, argues against the
confiscation of insurgents' property.
The insurgents are commanded by a Polish
general, and have burned a bridge and torn
up the railroad between San Marcus and
A second expedition will leave soon with po?
litical prisoners for Fernando Po.
There was a riot yesterday on Frigurus
street. One of the leaders has been sentenced
to death, and another to wear a ball and chain
. CHRONIC ANARCHY.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 13_Acapulco advi?
ces report Jaurez's situation as critical. Tuc
available forces aro limited. There is no mo
noy in the treasury.
Outrages continue. The perpetrators are
Alvarez declines to go to the capital and re?
fuses to account for the custom receipts.
FROM THE STATE CAPITAL.
Thc Louve? and Fiancs- Resolutions of
tine Indignation Meeting-A Mew Slate
for the South Carolina Offices- All the
Mames-The Appropriation Bill-The
Chatham Railroad Bill.
[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. ]
COLUMBIA, S. C, March 13. 18C9.-The groat
indignation meeting was held last evening.
Rev. B. F. Jackson presided. The speakers on
tho occasion were Senator Leslie, Speaker
Moses, W. J. Whipper, Dr. B. A. Bosemon, W.
E. Johnston, E. Rankle, R. B. Elliott and
others. The speeches were generally of a mod
arate tone, gently remonstraling with the
senators and representative against tho pro?
posed or rumored manner of distribution of
Federal offices m South Carolina. Senator
Leslie offered tho following resolutions, which
were declared unanimously adopted:
Whereat, On the 3d day or November, 18G3, tbo
American people elected General O. S. Grant Presi?
dent ot Ino United Sutes upon tbc express uuiicr
standing thai be waa to bo tho carmal friend of tbo
ttocoustruction act? of tlie Congress of tbo United
Stater, and tu t bo was pledged to seo tbem laltU
fu!ly tzet uto 1 ; and.
Whereas, 'ihe opposition contested tai'd election
ur.ou the gre und* that >ni.l lt construction acts
were uuju?t, rcro'.uUoi^u-y. nutt mut ??M, nuil Hin*
thc present State gov.Turnout* ot Uic South estab?
lished by virtue cf said acts ought to be au il sliou d
bo -up reeded tu tbo event ol' thc election of fccy
mouraud uiiir; aud,
Wri'-reas, hit LC the passage of lbc?o acts, ahno.-t
mu., .?trabte ob-tru-row. have bren interposed by
Ibo opposite'), with thc view of breaking down thur
force and effect in our own State, -tud ti chnud
ol tho assassin hiving beeu invoked for tboir di?
stinction eveu to the mu-der of senator and mem?
bers ot tho General AHrombly and members of tbs
prisent bale yr?eminent; falsehoods und blander?
Ming among thc least of the barriers Interposed by
tho opposition, ano notwithstanding all these things
the Trends ot reconstruction have boen able to
weather tbo storm, and the present Mato govern?
ment s ands intact, so that wo can Bay to-day thc ad?
vocates of liberty, j us M co and a fiee ballot live aud.
havo political existence in th? freo aud regenerated
State of South Carolina m spite of all opposition ;
therefore, be it
Resolved, That wo. th? Republican members of
the Legislature, representing ? large majority ol the
people in this State, insist aud demand ef our repre?
sentatives in Washington that no person shall be ap
pointed lo offlco in tuc civil ectvtco of the United
s ta :et ia this State who ia not known to have been
and now li. tne true and tried friend of liberty, a tree
ballot, the enforcement of the reconstruction laws of
L'on crees and maintenance of the present State gov
erament, and farther, that every nan holding ofnVo
in this State wbo has not, in days gone by, earnestly
md unequivocally iavored the system of reconstruc?
tion of the United State Congi ess and themaiuten
mee of the present State government shall not be al?
lowed to held office and control the Federal patron?
eo in this state to the exclusion of those who, in the
dark hours of the past, have been true to tao princi?
pie! which are the foundation ?tones of the present
State government, to wit: A free ballot, equal and ct
set justice before thc law for all, and thc zealous ad?
vocate of the principles enunciated in tho present
State Constitution established by the people ot the
State of South Carolina ba pursuance ot thc require?
ments of the Reconstruction aets of Congress.
Resolved, That in consid?r?t on of these things a
special committee te appointed to consist of tho
following gentlemen of th? Senate and House et' Rep?
resentatives, to draft a suitable preamble aud reso?
lutions expressive of the sense of the Republican
party iii this State, and to forward tho same to our
senators and representatives at Wut-hiigton, to
On the pat t of the Sena' e ; Hon. C. W. Montgome?
ry, President pro tem.; Hon. J. E. Jilla-m, W. B.
Nash. s. A. Swaila, Hon. W. E. Kose, Hou. W. ta.
On the part of the Honso of Representatives : Hon.
F. J. Moses, Sneaker; W. J. Whipp? r. It. C. DcLarge.
R E. Elliott, A. J. Hausier, Hou. H. W. Webb, and
Hon. Reuben Tomlinson.
Resolved farther, lhat said commit!oo be instruct?
ed to torward a copy of this pru? cu t lc ard resolu?
tions to tbe President of the United States, a co.?y
to tho President of the United Stales Seitab-, a id a
copy to the ??peaker of the House ol Eeprvte..taU\cs
at Washington, D. C.
Elliott withdrew his name.
During the meeting Tim. Hurley, who was
present, was apparently the most iodi^caut
person in attendance. Sittiiis: at one ut .h?
tables, as each speaker aroso Tim. would oj io?
nia te, "Here goes more indignation." Tim. I
olaims that the "indignants" have been fooK d.
and that the three hundred and twenty-four I
Federal offices lo be given out in South'Caru- I
lina have not yet been apportioned. He siys I
ho ppi aka ex cathedra in reference to the pio- !
posed distribution, aud names some of tho
leading ones as follows : Collector of thc Port,
Reuben Tomlinson; Postmaster of Charleston,
John B. Dennis; Major L. Johnson, Assessor ot'
internal Revenue; Major D. T. Corbin. United
States District Attorney; J. P. M. Epping,
United States Marshal; G. W. Clark, tempora?
rily Collector of Internal Revenue; John D.
Ashtnoro, Collector of LiternalEev. mm i a thc
Third Congressional Dist net; C. H. Haid win
of Columbia, m place of Herrick, for Ai-sessor;
Senator R. J. Donaldson, Collector of Litornal
Revenue for tho First Congressional Disiri t;
C. H. Pettongill, Assessor for Third Congres?
sional District; James S. Smith, for Inspector
of Lighthouses; M. McLaughlin, Boarding
Master of the Port of Charleston; Dr. A. G.
Mackey, United ^States Consul to Liverpool; B.
0. Duncan, Consul to Frankfort; C M. Wilder,
Postmaster at Columbia.
Besides the above, Tim. says a large number
of special agents of tho PosUffico Department,
three on the Northeastern Railroad, eight on
thc South Carolina Railroad, two on tho Savan?
nah and Charleston Railroad, and so on, are to
be appointed; also, thirty-two census takers,
or ouo for each county: a" supervisor of inter?
nal revenue for the Slate, with the power of
appointing assistants, deputy collectors and
The above aro only a small portion of thc
offices which Tim. announces as ready to bo
given out and distributed amoug the indignant
brotherhood. He also reports that Mr. Trott
will be called to Washington to tako charge of
a department there, having been postmaster
for General Graut at Vicksburg aud other
places during the war.
The various boards of County Commission?
ers are sending in their reports in referenco to
the new formation and division of the coun?
ties. The Comraw&ionero o? Greenville Coun?
ty report that eouuty divided into sixteen
townv-hips; the Commissioners of Horry Coun?
ty teourl thiee townships.
On Frida;-, DeLirge, amid somo applause,
introduced tho Appropriation bill, which re?
al voil i?8 second reading to-day, was atnoudsd
and ordered to Lo oogrossod, as follows :
A BELL TO lUulS APPROPRIATIONS AST) RAISE
PLIES FOR THE YEAH COMMENCING IS OCTI
ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED ANO SIXTY-E
Be it enacl'd by tho Renato and HOURO of ?
tentatives of the Mate of south Carolina, not
and sitting in General AfBembly, and b7the a
rity ot tho same:
SECTION 1. That tbo folio-wirier sums be, and
are hereby, appropriated for the payment of tl
rioua officers and expenses ot the - tate governi
that ls to say: For salaries: For the Governor S
for thc Secretary of the State $8000; for the Fi
Secretary ofthe Governor 52000; for Adjutant
Insnector-Gene.-al $2500; tor the Assistant Adj
and Insprctcr-Geceral S1500; for tho eomptri
General 53000; for the Treasurer of tho -hts S
for the chief clerk to the Treasurer of the State 5
for the Auditor of the State S2500: for Su?:
tendent of Education $2500; for tho <
Constable S1500; for Chief Justice of thc
preme Court, $4000; for tho two Afsociite
tees. STOt'O; for the eight Circuit Judges, W
for the eixht Circuit Solicitors. $8000; for thc I
Chan -el ors, to January 1, 1SG9, $1500; for tb
torney-Genoral, $800; lor the Attorncy-Gcnt
clerk, Sletil ; lor the Clerk of the Supreme ti
$1504; tor the state Reporter, $1C00; for the Ec
of the State House, $300; lor tho Superiutcnde
the South Carolina Penitentiary, $2000; for thc !
Librarian, $109: for the three Beul th Of?cets, $1
(or the county Auditors, $31,500; for two watch
of thc State House and Grounds, $900; for ar;
ages of salary due Judge 1 lomas W. Glover, $]
SEC. 2. Executive TJcpartmenl : For courin
fand of the Governor. $25.000; out of which sha
paid tho expenses of the Bureau of Agricull
Statistics, to bo drawn upon the order of the Gt
nor; for the coutingcnt lund ofthe Treasury, $1
for fire proof Fate for Treasury, $1800; for
Ungi nt mud of the Comptndlor-General, $1000
contingent tund ot the Auditor of thc State, $1
for cont.neem fund of tho Adjutant and Inspei
General, $1500; for the continuent lund ot tue
peri:; ten lent of Education, $10??; tor tho cont in,
futid of tue Secretary of Stato, $750; for the coi
gent fund of thc Chief Constable, 500?forthe
tingent fund of the Legislative Library, $200.
above appropriations to bc drawn upou the ordt
the beads of the several departments, if so mud
SEC. 3 Judiciary Department: For parchisi
books for the supreme Court Library, ?1000. t<
paid on the order of thc Chief Justice; for coi
gent expenses of supremo Court, under soc
seveu ot an act ratified the 18th day or Septem
bzo.'4, Ordinary Civil Expenses: I 'cr con ti nt
tum account, $70,000; out ot which shall be paid
expenses of tax notices, assessment book*, and cl
forms of the whole State, to be paid Ly the Tr
urer, on the warrant of the Comptroller-Gene
Provided, No accouu's for cost on tax executione
turned nulla bena shall be paid eut of this appro
aiion; for the pay ot County School Ommls'ion
$18,000, if so much bo necessary; torsuppor
Lunatic Afylum 516,000; for deflcicticy inapprop
lion of 1867, for the support of the Lunatic Asyh
$1500; for the education ot thc deaf, dumb and bli
$3000 to bo dravtn on the crder of the Governor;
deficiency iu appropriation of 1867. tor construct
of South Carolina lenitentiary, $12.300, and for c
tinning the construction of south I'aroltDa Pi
tentiary, and other expenses incidental then
$80,000, if so much be necessary, to oe paid on
order of the Governor; tor quarantine expeni
$3000; accounts to be approved by tbe Governor, i
i poid on the warrant of the Comptroller-General;
transportation and clothes for discharged convi
from thc south Carolina Penitentiary, $1300; tor j
mancnt printing $10.000, if so much bo ncc. ssary,
bo paid by the Treasurer upon the order of
Comptr.Oler-General ; for the Catawba Indiana, fl:
to be paid upon order of thi Governor.
SEC. D. For payment of state Police $20,160, if
cinch be necessary.
SEC. G educational Department: For tho supp
free school? $50 SoO in addition to tho aruouut rail
by tho capitation tax. te be appo*tlo9ed io these
ral counties, ac -ordim: to t i ?ir representation in I
lower branch cf thc Goueral Assembly; tor (he )
ofthe 1'roiossois lu the Uni vorsity of ~outh droll
$22,000, ifso m-ch bo necO;s;.ry;forouedeiucns'
tor $1000; for a Librarian, Treasurer aud Secrets
Ofthe Faculty $1500; fur the Bursar and Mar-!
ij.iO; for iiKUrauce un i repairs of tho Univc >
building* $;8W); oil of which shall bo pain upou I
order o; th" Governor.
tEC 7. l-'or the payment of thuinterc-l ou tbept
lie dent falltug duo during the prescut lisca. ya
SEC. 8. Military i xponsf s: To il?fray Ibotapani
ot euiollment. orcaii teuton and equipment of the n.
ilia $30,000, if so much bo coe ossa ry, io bc paid o:u
dur ot uie auvern jr.
e>EC. 9. For tb.! paynien' of tho Balarles ofthe coi
raiwiou to couity tho laws r t the Mate, S1U.500. j
eon i im'cnt expenses conni ctcd therewith aud al I o
cd by law shaii do p.ucl out ot thc contingent fun i
the Statc.bpon tho order ot thc Coniptroller-Genen
SEC. 10. 1 hat ml taxes, asscs-cd and payable uud
i bis act shall be paid in the following ki d nf fund
viz: Tho bills rec.ivable of the State, United stat
currency, national bank noles, cold and t-ilvoi coi
County I reasurers are hereby forbidden to racer
any thing elso ia payment, thoreof.
SEC. ll. The Auditor of state is hereby autborizi
and directed to levy, and cou-ietobc collected, a st
fle'ent per continu of taxes, to raise a ncce.sat
amount of money, npon tho assessed valuation
tho property of the State, to meet the appi opriati?i
enumerated in thwart: Provided, there shall not I
a-se.-seJ or eolice cd. unter the provisions of th
act, an amount excoedin : ono million dollars.
The Governor sent a messsage with his a|
pro val of the following sets:
An act to alter and amen 1 an act entitle
"Au act to alter and amend tho charter of tl:
King's Mountain Railroad Company," passe
Au nd to enable tho banks ot thc Stato to rt
new business or to place them in liquid?t.oi
A joint resolution to provide for tbo eu^in
up ol certain portions ot the State House.'*
A joint resolution relieving J. M. Wi
der, late Sheriff of Sumter County, of a per
alty of five per cent, per month upon execi
lions not return- d by him.
An a it to establish a public ferry in Yor
An act to establish certain societies in th
City of Charleston.
Cain, from the Committee on Incorporations
to whom was referred a bill to establish a com
pany under the name of the Mount Ptoasan
and'Sullivan'e Island Ferry Company, reporte
back tho same with a recommendation that th
"bill do pass. Ordered for consideration oi
Tho t wo Houses met in joint Assembly to
day and elected threo Commissioners to cod:!;
tho laws; W. J. Wnippor, colored, C. W. Mont
goraeiy und D. J. Corbin, white, elected.
Joint resolution authorizing Stale Troasure
to apportion to the several counties tko appro
Sriation of $23 OOO authorized by Gene til Ordo
lo. 139 for support of Ireo schools was road t
Saspows, fromthcCommitlooon Engrosset
act?, reported ns duly und correctly ensrossot
for a third reading a Se?alo bill to ernpowe:
tho Judges ot the Circuit Courts to graut relic
ni caso of et roacous judgment obtained during
tho existoueo of tho Provisional Governmcn
ul' South Carolina, whica was read a thi rc
lime, pa-sed, title changed to an aet, ant
ordered to be enrolled.
Elliott, from ibu Commit leo on Ka ?roads
revolted ?av.uably un a Satiate bill to uuariei
lim Sat li (arohmi Central Hi il rc ad, ?hid
was oi den d to tie over tor a seco d readiuc
4,'lie ili itim 'ten on Huiro.uis, to whom was
referral a bJl entitled "A lull to aid tho ox
tension c; tilts Chatham R ulroad," beg leave t
r-';-ir? that they liavu cuti?idureu tho matter
co?t u;-ed in the b b, that limy havo failed tt
agi< e. tvid titasiiiiic i tts thu session is ncai
its uiose. und tim co.nmitloe is desirous ol
WTiwiii;: np its business, tho committee, there?
fore, a^k Ititiv.' to io!uni the bill to the House
fo i't. ac ion tbereon. with tho accompanying
paper which tho lriends of the measure sub?
mitted to tho committee as a substitute foi
section four of the bill:
SECTION 4. On the delivery to tho 8.ato
Treasurer by the saul company ol' their bonds
thus executed to the amount of thrco hundred
thousand dollars, it shall bo the duty of the
Stato Treasurer thereupon to deliver to tho
president of thc said company an equal amouut
of the aforesaid bonds of the State, and, upon
thc completion of thc grading of each section
of ten miles of said railrotd and the delivery ot
three hundred thousand dollars of tho bonds
of tho said railroad to tho Stato Treasurer, it
shall bc the duty ov thc State Trcasnicr to de?
liver to tho president of tho said company rt:i
equal amount of thc aforesaid bonds of Ibo
State: Provided, however, That if at any time
Ibo said Chatham Railroad 0 uipany shall
furnish to tho Governor satisfactory security
for the completion of thc entire line of s uti
railroad between Choraw and tho City of Co?
lumbia, or shall furnish lo the Governor un?
questionable evidence that tho said entire line
from Cheraw to Columbia bas boon placed un?
der contract to reliable contractors, whick lact
shall be verified by tho affidavit of thc proai?
dent of thc said Chatham Railroad Company,
then, and in either of such casos, tho Gover?
nor shall cauee to bo delivered to tho presi?
dent of the said Chatham Railroad Company
thc full amount of tho enid oonda of tho State
authorized to bo issued by the act which may
then remain to be delivered, except the sum of
three hundred and sixty thousand doilars.
which shall bo retained by the StaleTreasuter
to insuio tho payment by the said Chatham
Railroad Company ol ihe semi-annual iutercst
on the aforesaid booda ol' tho said company
which shall fail due on tho first day ot Ju!?',
A. D. 13C0, on the first dav of Januar-, A.
1870, on the first day of July, A. D. 1?7U, a< ?
on tho first day of January, A. D. 1371, u.i i
whenever any of the sai 1 interest t-i-rui D-D
paid by the said company, tae S'.ato T-rea-urc:
shall deliver to the said cjmpany an equal
amount of the bonds so by him retai:
all shall be delivered.
? Senate bill to authorize tho cons
of tho Charlotte and South Carolina
Company and thc Columbia and Augv
road Company and to amend tbe char
same, was read a third time, passed, a
ed to be returned to tbe S?nate, with
- ? i ^ ? >
AFFAIRS IX TUE STAT!
At an election held on the 6th or Marc
for officers for Centre Township, the f
men were elected : Selectmen, M. S.
A. S. Stephens and B. B. Harris; To?
J. B. Maret; Constable, F. C. Brown; ?
of Highways, S. M. Crawford.
Tho Clarendon Press siys: "It is
aging to ,:ee with what earnestness our
are manifesting in preparing for tho st
another crop. Some, we hear, have
ready up, but we fear the re.etit cold s
thrown it back."
The Chaster Reporter says : "Tho git
screws, &c., together with a large qua:
cotton seed, tweuty-hVe hundred po
guano, and a number of farming uten
belonging to Mts. Joe Coleman, were de
by fire on tho night ot tbo 3d instant. ?
man has been arrested, against whom
strong suspicion exists."
The Sumter News is agitating the
of a railroad from Gourdiu'd on the
eastern Railroad to Sumter and boyoi
says: "Wo think that the road she
built, and that the Northeastern Railroa
nany should build it. Our people coi
would very roadilv subscribe lands to th
tal stock required, and tho road could 1
on those lauds."
Tno following is the result of tho e
held last week lor officers of the Loor
Township of Greenville District : Seiet
James P. Mooro. 355; J. A. David, 2
Blythe. 234; Clerk, A. Bacon, 242; Sur
C. T. Hammond, 238; Constable, Wm. ]
248. The above named are ali Democrat
were elected by a large majority over thi
ical ticket, thc hiehest vote given on th<
ical sido beiDg 193 and the lowest 33.
Bv order of the Board of County Coi
sioners, a meeting will be held in the r<
tive townships on the third day of April
at which will be elected three selectmen
constable and one surveyor. Tho folli
places of meeting in the respective town
have been desi ?ra tc d': Simavillo, Si
Union, Jonesville, Goshen Hill, Crosi
Goudeysvillo, Braytonville, Fair Forest
office, Samuel Faucett's old store.
The Board ot Equalization of taxabli
perty for Marlboro' County has been in se
at Bonnettsville fer several days.
The Bonuettsville Journal says: "Sine
last term of our court, crime seems to
tho decrease, as but two or three parties
been lodered tn jail. This is very dciirab
the reason that our cnmiual docket wil
consume the term of the cout i at its nex
tine to tho exclusion of important civil
noss. Wo hoar of but little stealing unyw
in tiio cou:tty."
Ibo Journal also lias tl-o following:
pcoplo aro using guano extensively the pct
year. Some are also testing tho manipu
fertilizer. \>'e very mueh lear it will not \
'remuuerative, as there is a disposition in
section to plant too much cotton, and
should decline considerably in price thu d
trous results ol' yeir before last will b
perioncid. Wc admonish our people in t
nun earnestly advtai thom to ba sore
make plenty of corn."
The Chcraw Democrat of Frill iy says : "
Saturday while all hands w^'e at dinner,
stearn s.i w a:id crist null ot Captain Jame
Craig, nbout two miles hom town, took
anti was not ouly a heavy losj to Cap
Craig, but a serious one to tho whole c
The same paper has tho following : "Cap
Jfihn Evans exhibiled to us. yesterday s
very fino specimens of ore, taken from his li
called the Ktrkly mino, in thu1 upper pul
tois distrtot. Several of tho partieles of t
he showed UB were coniplofely ladon with
precious m~-t.il, which sparkled from e'
crevice, and wore tho richost we have s<
He has no.. worked bis mine regularly,
lias only used tho hand rocker at any time,
never tails to get a dollar a day per' hant
the little branches about his premisos, i
sometimes as much as five dollars. If
shaft bo has recently sunk was worked by i
chiner-, under skillful managomont, it wot
no doubt, yield an abundance ot gold. Tb
specimens have been examined by pern
scquainted with minerals, and pronoum
Seabrook Hagood (colored), convicted
burglary at the last term of the court, and s
fenced by Judge Platt to the penitentiary
one year, escaped from the Barnwell jail I
week, in company with three other prisonc
A correspondent of the Barnwell Sentit
writing irom Bamberg cu the 7th instant, aa
"Our planters in this scctiou are rapidly gt
tiug their lands ready for planting, und jud
iug by tho amount of fertilizers which I i
brought up and lying upon the platform
should say that they intend putting in a lat
amount of cotton this season, and I am ie
ful tbatour country friends are again maki:
tuo samo mistako which they always have do
whenever cotton ruled at anything like i
numerativo rates. Will our planter frien
nevor learn wisdom, never learn that ono b:
of cotton which brings $100 is really wot
more to them than two bales uhich bring or
the same amount? for with one bale ibero
almost a certainty, plenty of corn in the cri
while with the two it is problematical. I he
no complaint of want of labor; the negroes
this soclion havo gone to work with a wi
most ot them, or many at least, having mac
money on last year's labor, aro encouraged i
Messrs F. A. Conner, Samuel B. Jones, ?
Z. Herndon, P. F. Garv, W. A. Moore,N. Sim
P. W. CoiiLor, Jarnos W. Tompkins, 8. Wai
W. Z. McGheo, John W. Tompkins and F. A
Godbold. publish an affidavit iu tho Abbevill
Press, in thc eour&u of which they affirm upo
oath, "ihat they ari eil zeus of Cokesbury, i
said county, that they aro mou.bera of th
Democratic dub; Ilia, uo mo ittng of said du
has ever boon mild at WHICU a number of thei
were not piasom: that no such remarks as ar
imputed to the club by W. K. Tolbert, in hi
extraordinary testimony, about cutting up tb
body of B. F. Randolph and feedim,' it to th
hogB, or boxing it up und sending it as a pres
ent to Governor Scott, worf- ever made bofor
the club; that ne such organization as thc Ku
Klux-Elan was ever formed or ever existed ii
thoir community, nor do they behove such at
organization ever existed in any part of thi
country; that tho Democratic club was a legi ti
I o?ate and proper political organization tc
further tho interests of thc D^niocretic partj
by ul) legal and proper means, and that saul
club transected* its business in accordant
with law and usage, as tho minutos of its pro
ceedinu's will nt any time show; and further,
tjiat neither W. K. i olb.rt nor his associates.
Logan and i'olbcrt, were ever ai a meeting ol
tho Cokesbury Demjcutic dub."
Thc Intelligencer suggests to thc Anderson
merchant" and business men to secure bank?
ing facilities in that town by the establishment
of a brandt of tho South Caro'ina Loan and
Trust Company, recently organized in Cnarloa
toD. It is only necessary lust a cern narai i vcly
small sum should be subscribed, to the capital
stock of said company to obtain an agemiy at
Tho Intelligencer of Thursday says : "Tho
tostimouy on tho part of liou. J. P. Bee tl, thc
respondent, was taken beforo W. W. Hum?
phreys, Esq., Judge of Probate, on Thursday
una Friday last. The evidence was conclusive
and ovetwbelm'Ug in sustaiuing the answer of
.Mr. Reed, so far as Anderson County is con?
cerned, and giving a positive aud unequivocal
denial lo th- allegations made by the contest?
ant. !" a ouo appeared in behalt of Hugo, who
is certainly eschewed bv the leading colored
menin this county, ?nd wo aro inclined to
think ihat thc ?nita Radicals arc ashamed of
his um;.. L J.JII'OUS eharg'.'S ngtinjtour people."
I Ti?; tutoil?:::'iie?r also has the following: "It
j ia a Kijguhr coincidence that wo have toan
I D07ar.ce din morning t. e d.ath of titre3 old
jon . - ot this county, all of whom tl?oi after
j brki inness. On a.aura lay monda*; last, ia
thin viii gc, Ur. Ezekiel Udorge, aged?j rears,
j departen! thia life, having beeu ?ick only a
week. He had been living in Anderson for
more than thirty-five years, and was perhaps
known to every resident during that time.
Major James Gilmer died suddenly at his resi?
dence near Roborte' Cbnrch, on Thursday nijht
last. He was complaining for scarcely half an
hour before his death. Major Gilmer was one
of our most highly respected citizens, and at
one time represented this district in the Leg?
islature. He was 76 years of age. Mr. Robert
Smith, another estimable citizen, died yester?
day morning, at his residence four miles east
of this place, in the 74th year of hie acre. He
was taken sick at 3 o'clock on Tuesday, and
lived only about twelve hours."
as- The Friends and Acquaintances
of Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM PR06TOR and of their
family, and also of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. BLACK and
family, are requested to attend the Funeral Services
of the former, at the Unitarian Church, A r cb dale
street, Tine AFTEESOON, at Four o'clock.
March IE 1
JW ESTATE NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS
having demands against the Estate of the late Cap?
tain 8. C. TURNER, aro requested to present them
properly attested, and these indebted to Faid Estate
to make payment to SAR AH L. TURNER,
Qualified Executrix, Charle-fon, S. C.
Mar-h 16 mS*
ta- NOTICE. -CONSIGNEES PER BARK
HARRIET F. HUSSEY, from Liverpool, are hereby
notified that she baa neon entered under tbe Five
Day Act, and all goods not permitted at the expira?
tion of that time will bo sent to public Blores.
March 10 wurt RAVENEL k 00.
WUNE-FR AUTHORITY GRANTED ME
as Commissioner by the Legislature of South Caro?
lina, the books are hereby opened THU DAT, at the
Banking House of the South Carolin a Loan and Trust
Company, (the Southwestern Railroad Bank), for
Subscription to tho Capital Stock of the VAUCLUSE
MANUFACTURING COMPANY-the whole amount
being five thousand shares of the nar value of one
hundred dollars each. JAMES J. GREGG,
March 16 mwfid Commissioner.
ta- A MALARIOUS MONTH.-MARCH,
that gives us a new President, ia also the lnangnral
month of rainy harras9ing disorders. Entangled in
its fogs are the seeds of coughs, colds, and of that
alternation of frigidity and fire, more widely known
than admired, called fever and ague. The only
way to avoid these "I't'lo unpleasantnesses," is to
render the system strong enough to fight off the at?
mospheric poison that produces them, and the
best way lo ende* it with this repoll-st power ia
to tone ii With HOSTETTEB'd Bl OMACH BIT?
If a wayfarer were credibly Informed tbat a ruf
flan was waltin.T ut tho next corner, bo would doubt?
less turn in bis tracks, nd take a safer route to bis
destination. With just alu it the sam? amount Of
trouble, th .- attack- ol' diseases prevalent at this sea?
son muy ho evadod. Nay, tile trenb lo will bo le-e,
for drug stores Ho in every one's route, and every
respectable druggist in the Union keeps on band
HOST OTTER'S UlTTEHS. The article is a staple
of trade, and it would lo as easy to find a grocery
without sugar, as tho store of an apothecary without
tbU popular tonic lemedy.
In view of the experience of thu nation with re?
gard to the article, during the space of twenty
years, it seems almost unnecessary to recapitulate
it- merit* to Americans. But as our population ia
increasing a*, the rsl? ol a couple of millions a
year, in tho natural way and by immigration, it may
bc aa well to tr nt ta tbe rising generation and new
arrival?, (the old settlers know all about lt,) that
H03TKTTERM. STOMACH BI IT KB S is the most
wholesome and potent vegetable tonic ever manufac?
tured; that it isa specific for debility, dyspepsia,
biliousness, aud mi ismatic lovsrs; that it prevents,
SB well as euros, th-se complain.s and their oom
plications; that it la not ' bad to take," and la abso?
lutely barml -ss. G nao Marchi!
JW?N THE COMMON PLEAS, CHARLES?
TON COUNTY-FI HST CIRCUIT.-lt 1. ordered,
that a Special Session of the Court of Common Pleas
for the First 6'renlt shall bo held at Charleston, on
MONDAY, the twenty-ninth day of ?fa *ob instant;
and that the Clerk of the Court shall canse the time
and pla e for holding the same to bo notified for two
wueks successively In one or more of the newspapers
published in the City ef Charleston.
(Signed) 2. B. CARPEN TER.
March ll, 18SS.
A true copy. A. C. RICHMOND,
~l?r Di THB COURT OP COMMON PLEAS
FOR CHARLESTON COUNTY- ON THE EQUITY.
STDE OF THE COUR T.-Ordered, that a peremp?
tory eall of the EQUITY DOOK ET, commencing on
MONDAY the, 15th in-taut, be m-ide, and that the
Clerk give notice thereof in the dally papers of the
(Signed R. B. CARPENTER.
A true eopy. A. C. RICHMOMD, '
March 12 3 Clerk.
JO-NOTICE.-THE A8SES80RS FOR ST.
Andrew's Parish give notice that they will be at St.
Andrew's Church ou TUESDAY and W?DNKBDAT next,
the 16th and 17th inst., for the Assessment of all
Personal Property and Real Estato in said Parish.
March ll 5 THOMAS A. BAYNARD,
J93T NOTICE. -NATIONAL FREEDMEN'*
PAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY, CHARLESTON
Blt A Ni. li, No. 71 BUOAD-STREET.-Money de?
posited on or bororc the ITFTCENTH DAT or MARCH,
will bo entitle*! to interest from MASCH Finar, st
fivo per cent, per annum. Interest payable MASCH,
JULY and NSVTMBZB.
Interest of four per cent, per annum paid from
date of deposit on Bums of $60 or more remaining
on deposit thirty days or more.
March 10 6 Cashier.
jf?rTHE EXTENT TO WHICH l'HE ADUL?
TERATION of Liquors is carried on in this coun?
try makes it tho duty of the purchaser to Investi?
gate the merits of thc article offered for sale. It ia a
well known fact that ninny of the Brandies, Wines,
kc, are manut'aeturod from l-'rench Extracts, Essen?
tial Oils and Alcohol, whick is poisonous, thereby
causing roany injurious effocte.
"Iho public in justly suspicious of nearly every,
thing put up for salo under thc name ef Liquors, and
thc traue hos been bronghl into disrepute, and In
order to insure to thone who desire a Pure Article, it
ls only necessary for us to say that we Import Direct
all Brandies, Wines and Gins, and warrant them per?
fectly puro as originally Imported.
All Bottled Liquors beating tho labels of W. S.
CORWIN k CO., can boreked upon as being pure.
tfyPurchasers should no'leo that the Paper Cap
ovpr the cork ie not broken. We p.:y for Bottles that
have our labels on, Ono Dollar per dozen, when re?
JOS-WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING
from thc Moyune Distincts of China thc choicest
chops of GREEN AND BLACK TEAS of new seasons,
which aro unrivalled for their strength und delicacy
flavor. We warrant mir TEAS to be pure sud un?
od terated, and lo give general satisfaction. As we
arc constantly in receipt of larcre cargoes of Teas, we
arc enabled to odor to the public the Quest chops at
a i rice that many deniers offer inferior Tea at. A
trial and comparison will at once prove th's asser?
tion, and it only rcmahw for the public to judge of
themselves. WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
tic 27? Kins-street'
jtjs- ALL ARTICLES SOLD FROM THE
establishment of WM, 8. C?KWIH k CO., No. 276
King-street, botween Wentworth and Beaufam, are
ol tho FIRST QUALI ?T. They sell uogood8 but what
can be warranted as PURE AND GENUINE. This is
an established fact.
J0a-J. S. MAP. TIN (LATE GRUBER &
^^R^IN), will b? pleased to seo his friends and cus?
tomers at WM. S. OORVYtN k C*\, No. 273 King
street, between rTeatwertJ? aid Beaafain.
PASSED AT THE SPECIAL SESSION OF 1888,
togeti-er with the STATE CONSTITUTION and
M nj TART LAWS REENACTED.
Fer sale by
DENNY Ai PERRY,
Printers and Stationers,
No. 163 Meeting-street
March 15 mwf8
RISK3 TAKEN FOR FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
porte in the PHENIX, MANHATTAN AND ENTER
PRISE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Cash assets and security, $4,000,000.
Losses made payable in Gold and Sterling when
S. Y. TUPPER, Agent.
March 12 fm wi mo
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
OF? HARTFORD, COiNTSr.
03ABTERKD BY THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT
IN THE YEAR 1820.
Annaal Income. 6,000,000
Losses paid in 1868, Three-quarters of a Million
Dividends paid in 1868, over Hall a Million Dollars.
The Atna has $126 to pay every $10 0 liabill ties. ] >
It has insured over eixty thousand members.
It innres from $600 to $20,800 on a single life.
The entire profits divided among Poliey-holdera
annually, commencing at the end of the first year.
ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITING.
New Cash Rates-Cash Policies-Cash Dividends
on the Contrlbntive Plan.
HUGER & RAVE NE L,
CORNER EXCHANGE-STREET AND EAST BAY.
Charleston, 8. 0.
March 8 rafmsl
TOUR LIFE AKD PROPERTY.
THE CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE IN?
OF EAurroBD, co.vsixriouT.
ASSETS and Surplus over.834,000,000
DIVIDENDS have averaged over 60 per cent, an?
RESPON'slBILlTY.-For every $100 of Liabilities, lt
has $154 of Assois.
PBEMIUMS.-Nctes taken for Roper cent of same.
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IA SUR.
OT BOSTON, IZAMSACHUSmS.
PREMIUMS.-Kates taken fir 40 per cont, of same.
DIVIDENDS paid annually on the Contribution pian.
THE JET NA FIRE INSURANCE COM.
THE HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE
THE NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INSUR?
THE CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE
THE IRVING FIRE INSURANCE COM?
Mr. W. C. COURTNEY, of the firm of W. 0.
COURTNEY b CO., No. 9 Boyce b Ca's Wharf, W?L
in connection with this Agency, take risks on COT?
TON, RICE AND PRODUCE generally.
A. H. HAYDEN,
Ko. 97? KING-STREET.
January 29 fmw?mo
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY,
OF NEW YORK.
Office j Park Bank Ballding, Noe. 814
and 216 Broadway.
COE ADAM9, President.
WILLIAM T. PHIPPS, Vice-President.
HENRY B LLD EN, Secretary.
J. T. HUMPHREYS,
Agont for State of Roath Carolina,
Office No. 27 Broad-street
. J. 8. BUIST, M. D., Medical Examiner. '
*W SUB-AGENTS wanted throughout ree State.
Apply .by letter to J. T. HUMPHREYS, General
Agent m December "M
THE SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE
Annuity Conway of New Iori,
Robert Hi. Case, President
Theo. R. "Wetmore, Vico President
Isaao H. .Allen, Secretary.
Annaal Income. 1,000,0(10
New Assurance in 1368.19,000,000
W. MUTSON TOWNSEND, Aiken,
GENERAL AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
For standing of thia Company, eec roports of Su?
perintendents of Insurance for States of New York
Its business is conducted ipon the Mutual and
Non-forfeiting plan. No restriction in travel or resi?
dence. Usual forms of Policies Issued. Annual
Dividonda to dato, Filly Per Cent. A credit of from
forty to fifty par cent, allowed on Premiums when
desired, and dividends applied to cancelling tho
eamo. Terms liberal.
It is a better investment than a Savings Bank.
Information cheerfully given at Agency.
JOHN D. ALEXANDER, Agent,
No. 16 BROAD-STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
March ll ths2rnwa4
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER,
Nu. 1 BROAD-STIir.ET.
WILL BOY AND SELL ON COMMISSION, REAL j
?STATU, Bonds. Stocks, 4c. Ano, attej 1 to Lent
lnff a', d Collecting Rents.
f_ Marchs ff Imo |
PUR COUPER KlVKK AMD Alili WAT
THE SLOOP ZULIKA. SANFORD MAS?
TER, will rocelve Frelaht as above until
> tho 16th.
For engagements, apply at MARSHALL'S
POR BOSTON-D KS PATCH I.I VB.
THE ONLY REGULA a LWB PACKETS.
THE FI ti ST CLASS SCHOONER B. N
HAWKINS, J. P. YT TATT Master, having
)a portion er cargo engaged and going om,
?board, wants Cotton and light freight to All
up with quiek despatch.
March 12_WILLIAM ROACH k CO.
EXCURSIONS AROUND THE HARBOR.
THE FINE, FAST SAILING ANDOOM
'FORTABLY appointed Yacht ELEANOR
i will resume her trips to historic points ia '
?the harbor, an.J will leave Government
Wharf dally at Ten A. MV and Three P. M.
For Passage apply to . THOMAS YOUNO,
December 18 3mo Captain, on board, :
. FAST FREIGHT UNE .
TO AND FROM BALTIMORE, . PHIL AD EL
PEA, WASHINGTON CITY, WILMINGTON,
DEL., CINCINNATI, OHIO, ST. LOOTS. MO.,
AND OTHER NORTH WE S TEEN CITIES.-.
LLAVIN9- EACH PORT EVERY ETH DAY.: '
FALCON.JESSE D. HOBEST, Commander.
SEA GULL.N. P. DurroK, Commander.
MARYLAND..J. V. JOHNSON, Oonunsnder.
THE FAVORITE AND SWOT
'Steamship SBA GULL, N. P. Bur?
row Commander, will sail for Bal ti
pmore on TUESDAY, 15th March, at
half-past 6 o'clock P. M., from Pier Ne. 1, Urdon
49- Cotton to Baltimore S3 per bale, Rles $1 25.
Cotton to Philadelphia, $3 per bale. Bice SI SO.
The MARYLAND, Captain JOHNSON, will follow on
For Freight or passage, apply to
COURTENAY k TRENHOLM,
March 13 8 Union Wharves.
FOR PHILADELPHIA AND BOX SOM.
BEG TTL AB EVERY THURS DA Y.
THE STEAMSHIP J. W. EVBR
' MAN, Captain td? rn BB, "mil leave
'Norw Atlantic Wharf, THVBSDAY,
.18th inst., at 13 M.
For Freight or ; .as .age, apply to
JOHN A THEO. GETTY,
Marah 18_North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR NEW YORK.
REGULAR LmfsTERX THURSDAY,
PASSAGE REDUCED TO flo.
THE STEAMSHIP SARAGOSSA,
'Captain 0. ETD IB, wt* leave Vender
' horst's Wharf on THURSDAY, March.
.10th, 1869. at 10 o'clock A M.
March 13_BAVINEL * CO.. Agents.
TRA V K LRKS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA, AIKEN
",TrV5 And oUlor plaees, ahanlt not rsl
/42s*wSfflS. w taT 1n tbeU" "apelles of PB07I8
^<2i^JT^i?? I0NiJ. CL ABETS, CHAMPAGNES,
mS&SS??Smm CORDIALS, BBANDIBB, WHJ.
KIES, WINES, CANNED MEATS, SOUPS, ?e.
Pates of Wild Game, Deviled Entremeta, Eau.,
Tarkey, Lobster, ste, for Luncheons, Sins'Wiehes,
Travelers' Repast, 4c
4sT*S?nd for a catalogue.
WM. S. OORWTN k CO.,
No. 375 King-street,
Between Wentworth and Bea nial a,
? Charleston, 8. 0.
Branch of No. 800 Broadway, corner 30th street,
Kow York. OcteberlS
PACIFIC HAIL STEAMSHIP CO BIP Tl
THBOUOK Hi, A TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AMD JAPAN. .
CHANGE OF BAILING DAYS!
STEAMERS OF THE ABOVE
>-? Une leave Pier No. 13, North River,
^ foot of Canal-street, New York, at
13* o'clock noon, of the 1st, 11 th and
31st of every month (exeept when these dates (all
en fcnnday, then the Saturday preoedlng).
Departure .( 1st and 21? t cona?ct st Panama witt
steamers for South Psclao sod Central Americas
u*ru. Those or 1st touch at MamsanMle.
Departure of 11th ol each month connects wit:,
tho new steam line from Panama to Am tualta SD.'
PvStsamahip JAPAN leaves San Frateisco for China
and Japan May i, 1869.
No California steamers tenon at Havana, blt go
direct from New York to AspinwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult,
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or farther laformatten ap ol*
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf,
foot of Canal-street, North River, Now York.
March 13_lyr F R. BABY. Agent.
FOR FORT RU UTE H,
MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.
THE MOUNT PLEASANT. FERRY .
___? Company's Steamer will leave as above..
? o-Moxsow MOBHTJUO, at 10 o'clock, from Harket'
Wharf, foot of Market-street, and return at hair-past
OS~ Fare fer round trip, One Donar.
CAPTAIN J. K. RICHARDSON/OT :
'the Steamer CHUISiTANA, wilt TOW
Ltf TO AND FROM SEA
AU applications for the present must be made to
the Captain on board. 6 Marchs
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA.
CHARLESTON AND 8s. Y ANN AH STEAM PAOKIT
LINE, VIA EDISTO, BEAUFOBT AND HILTON
THE ATLANTIC AND ?ULF RAILROAD AUTO?
CONNECTIONS FOR ALL POINTS IN
THE FINE, FAST STEAMER
_J PILOT BOY, Captain FEHN PECK, win
leave Charleston on MOSTDAT and THURSDAY MORB?
OSOS at Eight o'clock. Returning, will leave Savannah.
TUEHBAY MOBEDKIB at Eight o'clock, aui FRIDAY
ArrEBHooN at Two o'clock, toa-tung at Ed ts to on
THURSDAY trip from Charles wa, at Eleven A M.,
and leaving Edisto at Nine A M, SATURDAYS, on re
. torn trip.
The steamer will touch et Obisolm's, each way.
every two weeks, commencing with trip of Febeo?
For Freight or Passage apply to
February 16 Accommadaroi "Wharf.
FOR PALATKA, FLOH? UAt
VIA BAYANN AH, FERNANDINA AN I? JA?HQaV'
THE FIRfsT-CASS B T F. . Y 9 ?
_?DICTATOR, Captain L. il. . oEErrsa,
will sail from Charleston every Twsaag fte? if.?, at
Eight o'clock, ior the above points.
The flrst-elass Steamer CITY POINT, '-.uni no *x.
T. MONELTY, will i-ail from Charleston erorv fixur.
day Evening, at Ev ht o'clock, for above po nra.
Connecbng with the Central RaUroa l at ra va .-jab.
for Mobile and New Orleans, and with tue Florida
Railroad at Fernandina for Cedar Keys, at wbxh
point steamers connect with New Orleans, Moan?,
Pensacola. Key West and Havana.
Thronen Bills Lading given for Freight to Mobile,
Pensacola and New Orleans.
Both steamen connecting with H. S. Hart's slea*
rrj Oclawaha and Grifln for Silver Springs and Lake*,
Grifflri, Eustis, Harris and Durham.
All freight p-iyablc on the wharf.
Goods not removed at sunset will be stored at ria
and expense of owners.
Fer Freight or Passage enaacemo* apply to
J. D. AIKEN st C\, Agents,
South vi*ntte Wharf.
N. B-No extra charge for MeaU and Staterooms.'
November ai r
4S-T0 CONS?MPT1TES.-TEE ADVER?
TISER, having been restored to health in a few
weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suffered
several years with a severe lung affection, and that
dread disease Consumption, is anxious to make
known to bl; fellow-stifferers the means of cure.
To all who desireit, he will send a copy ot the pre?
scription used (free of charge), with the directions
for preparing and using the same, which they will
find a sure care for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchi
tas, Ac. Thc object of the adverh-er in sending the
prescription is to benefit the asueied. and spread in?
formation which ho conceives to bo invaluable; and
be hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will
coat them nothing ?ad may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing she prescription will please ad
dross RCA-. EDWARD A WILSON,
Wi'diamsbur?, Kniffs County, New Tock.
jfsF* TUB 01?UU?RATKD W. 8. C. CLUB
HOUSE GIN, p??, ??ft and Bseqnalled-W. S. COR?
WIN k CO., 5ol? Agent* Medical men of the high?
est eUmdiiwr a*knei?l?d*? thai GAm. in t's pure state,
bas great naoansal properae*. We therefore >ilaee
the CLUB BOBSZ 8IN Wm ?be pubbo with Sae
grasest csnidene*. east men ?wcieularly te these
wi.o aie it ncAidatStf, ss en arel?la (bat ear/ re.
& i's nt te fee known te be prattex*/ aaureeeited.
4aT SI M nee ?eitle. & act eas*.