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VOLUME VI!.-NUMBER 1048. CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 1869. SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM
TJBDSBK CHEEKS SOB THE PALMET?
ODS PIBEMEU AT TBK ATLANTA. TA lt AD 8.
Tb? Palmetto throws Two H and red ?nd
Seventy-Nine feet, ?ml Coi rles off the
[SPECIAL DISPATCH TO TR ?TEWB.]
ATLANTA, Hay 3.-T?o annual parade of tho
Fire Department of Atlanta took pla -o to-day.
Th? Parmetto Company and the detachments
from tb? Vigilant and- Stonewall were hand
eoruoly received. The other visiting companies
are the steamers Cluoch. Vigilant and Fillmore,
and the hand engine Augusta, from Augusta,
the Defiance, from Macon, and th? Bain bo iv,
from Borne. Eleven companies ware in the
prooas:ion and the ?tty waa hronged. At an
?arly hoar the oars brongut ?si 'ora from all
parts of the Stat?. The weather was pleas?
ant, hat windy.
Befare m ?* ing the presidents of the different
companies assembled in counoil for the par?
p?se of determining- the order of playing ott
President BaiBt, of Charleston, waa called to
After a long line of march and passing in re?
view before tho Mayor and (Jo usc ii, - the exer?
cises commenced in front of the btato House.
The Palmetto, of Charleston, and the Atlanta
enterad for the first-class prise, consist inj; of a
magnificent punch bowl, I valved at one hun?
dred and twenty-five dollars. They played
through one hundred feet of hose, each steam?
er being allowed to play ten minutes alter ob?
taining sixty pounJa of ?toam. Both steamers
are of the same das? and from the same manu?
The excitement was intense when the Atlan?
ta moved up for the first trial, and, with a
strong wind in ber lavar, threw two- hundred
and se ven: y-eight feet and ten-tenths of an
inch. Later %in the day the Palmetto j
played, and; without the advantage of the I
br?ete, made a distance of two hundred and \
stTxrny-ntnc feet, thereby winning the prise.
There waa immense cheering wheo the result j
was announced. The other ?teamera threw j
SU feet. The hand engines threw209feet, 215
feet, and 221 feet. The value of the prises was
six hundred dollars. Among' the judges was
Genera? Live Oak Walker. A grand banquet is
given to-night by the citizeni. A number of
distinguished men wer ? present. The Charles?
ton firemen were splendidly treated, and the
speeches by Chief Nathan, President Buist and
otters were loudly cheered. To-morrow is de?
voted to festivity.
TETE STATE SUPREME COVET.
[SnCIAI. TfT.TQBiM TO TBS KrWB.]
COLUMBIA, & C., Maj 3. - The motion ex parte
Mary t?. Mont ei tn was resumed and o nciuded,
Mr. Wstiea contra and Ur. Pickling m reply.
Adjutant-General F. J. Moses, Jr., is here
making ready to enroll the militia.
WASBTKoros, May 8.-Secretary Boutwoil
has issued twelve stringent roles for the
guidance of the deportment. Among them is
one prohibiting visiting, smoking and drink
' ing daring business hours.
Minister Wsahburne started for Prance on
H. T. B air, of Missouri, tass been commis?
sioned as Minister to Brasil.
Corninisswner Delano bas been notified th it
his decision sustaining tyebstei'a assessments
will be con tea te 1 in court by' th J bankers and
The Dyer Court-martial is in secret session
preparing a verdict.
Nelson, the new Minister td Mexico, will
soon sail for Havana, whences United States
vessel will take bim to Vera Cruz.
There is no troth in the newspaper state?
ments that the Mexican government proposes
to seD Sonora to the United 8tates.
f$hs wild statements th st have been mads
regarding General Lee's visit to the President,
make necessary a repetition of the statement
that tho Tint was very brief, not lasting ten
minutes, sad that the whole conversation was
limited to mattara at personal courtesy.
Chiaf Jrar?oo CfcXM wilt hold court succes?
sively in Biohmoad, Baleigh and Charleston.
Consul General Plumb salle for Havana on
Thursday. His instructione include a caution
against participating ia the quarrel with the
P. K. Perry has been appointed Supervisor
lox Carolina, cv? Bennett.
CHIEF JUSTICE CHASE IN RICH?
BICHJSOXD, May 3.-Chief Justice /Chase
opened the United States Circuit Court this
afternoon, a sa (etc d by Jad Re Underwood. The
jury iras composed entirely of whites, and the
iron-clad oath bern g dispensed with, many old
eitisens appeared in the jory box for the first
time since the war. The case of Cesar Griffie,
involving the logan ty of Underwood's decision
setting aside the action bf State Courts whose
officers are ineligible under the amendment,
was called, and will be argued tomorrow.
MAINS IN ALABAMA.
MOBXLX, May 3.-The incessant rains during
the past ten days hare overflowed the larger
portion of the cotton crop and caused great
ssVro?tion. The low lands and creek bottoms
will have to be replanted. There is great j
scarcity of seed.
* SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
The Seventeenth United States infantry ar?
rived al Bichmond last night.
The recall of Baron Stoeckl, the Buseian
Minister at Washington, is officially annoanoed.
The weather was cool m Augusta yesterday;
cool with light rain and a southwest wind in
In the approaching hbel snit General Butler
j? oanosel for Yoong, of tho Tribuno, and
Mayor Oakey Hall, for Oana, of the Sun.
A fight waa reported to be in progress at
. Brownsville, Tennessee, last night. At last ac?
counts two negroes and ono whito had been
At a mass meeting held in Cork on Saturday,
the Mayor's recent speech was approved, and
r?solutions of confidence in and sympathy
with him vera passed.
Joseph Bammelt, a leading merchant of Bos?
ton, and for fifty years identified with the Sand?
wich Island and Cali tonna trade, died jester ?
day st the age. of seventy.
The Central Pacific Railroad reached its tar?
in jins at Promontory Point on Saturday. The
. Union Pacific Bailroad has boen delayed by a
jffcavy rock cutting, and it is doubt t al if the
roads will meet before the 10th of May.
..Women having a certain amount of prop
artv ir Bossia have the right to vote, though
it moat be exercised by proxy, a male rela?
tive or friend representing them at the olec
FROM TUESTATE CAPITAL.
The Conrentlon- I lie Psst Weefc-Thc
toan ty A, lr ct long in 1< ichland
tares on Kfjjrpt stn?: on Spiritualism.
[FROM O?B OWN OOBBESP 'NDE.1T ]
Ct>L?MBi\, May 8.-Tbe Agricultural Con?
vention ii felt to have been i decided success
to have done quite aa mach as it waa reasona?
ble to expect of a body comprising so many,
and in some instances, rival if not directly con?
flicting, interests. Twenty-four counties were
represented by delegates, and these represent?
ed every branch of industry and every sec?
tion of th a t tate. There were a hundred and
fifty-two delegates present. A perusal of tho
proceedings will show that the who e matter
iaytt inceptive, and that all the results aro
only to grow out of these beginnings. It is,
however, saf ; to predict that the moat vitally
important advantages will oome to South Car?
olina, nit jough there lie ahead m my causes to
interfere with these high bo, es.
THE PA,T WEES.
The jam and discomforts of overcrowd in cr
made the greater portion cf the past week
anything but delightful On Tuesday there
was a larger crowd than - Colombia has known
since the war, and on Wednesday the railroad
men estimate that at least a thousaud more
were added. The general estimate is that
there were here Thursday three thousand vis?
itors. The destitution of room that Columbia
bas felt e\ er since Sherman's visit, was made
utter by the demand for tbreo thousand addi?
tional berths. The hotels all had crammed
into them titty per cent, beyond their utmost
capacity of comfort; and by day all through
the city might be seen extemporizad picnics
enfam tte, with rural abandon, upon the sward,
under the trees, and everywhere. By night
these same picnickers slept wherever fortune
found lodgings for them, aud fortune' was kept
busy try them. Private bouses were opened
liberally, and, after many turnings and many
questions, the great many were dormi toned
somewhere. On Friday morning a deluge left,
and on Saturday, the rest.
IRE COUNT! ELECTIONS.
rho "tnrormality" already related in TEX'
MEWS, of trying to push through the elections
of township officers on the 27th ult. without
fair notice, was arrested in the Columbia
Township. There are four townships in Btob
land Coan ty, Columbia being Mo. 1. The trick
o? posting obscure notices (only one in the oity,
ind that torn down by au intentional accident
immediately,) and one notice in the Phoenix on
the morning of the election, has been exposed.
The election was stopped by snob protest as
the managers could u t withstand. In the
three other townships, however, elections were
bald; at least the official results aro publish?
ed in Sunday morning's Pheonix. The not,ces
seem to have been regular in the country
townships; at least many of the parties elected
are our beet ?tisane, and this indicates fair?
ness in their selection. i
The chairman of the Boara oTEicctora fur tatar t
Columbia Township has thus far published nj ]
explanation of the unseemly haste with wbioh ,
our citizens were about being hurried into au i
Biection, the whites bavin* practically only a J
few hours' notice, and the blacks regularly or- ,
nnized and instructed how to vote in their <
inion leagues days before. The community 1
axpecte-and bas a right to expeot-some ex- \
plana lion from this officer. If the facts have
noe been fairly stated, he owes it to him se. t to <
state them fairly; aud ir they bave been fairly '
stated, be owes it to the community to explain ?
his part in them, and thus como ou from
among those union league negroes, provided ?
he wants to come out from among them.
While tout le monde was busy with railroads
and agriculture and where to sleep, a select
lew, numbering less than a hundred, were
hearing the lectures of Colonel W. P. Starke,
prementiened in my last. The lecturer made
the m e take of leo turing too long at a session
two hours and a half each night. The second
evening was exceedingly interesting. The
lecturer gave life-like sketches of present-day
life in the Land of tbs Lotos and big tomb
atones. His readings of Hieroglyphics ( r
Holographies, rather) were intensely inter
esfttagand suggestive. His accounts of Arab
Ufa abd of tho Jerusalem of to-day were as
spicy as a chapter of St Fureidi* or of Jan
ored. His talk about the Plain of Troy, the
Simoia, and tbt> Scamander, brushed the dust
ot three thousand years from the magnificent
dream of Homer. A Columbia audience bas
rarely listened ts discourses of such vaned
and caiious information.
Then th? Spiritualists have had a represen?
tative here all tue week, who gives lectures to
email audiences from time to time-bas given
'two. I behove, the psst week. She cairns to
be ot New Orleans, and ia the first regular
clairvoyant medium that has ever exhibited in
Columbia. Several have called upon Madame
Stewart, of whom some report that they were
solo, others say very little about it. Her suc?
cess is very moderate. COBS ALS.
UTTER NA ~L REVENUE DECISION^
BANKERS AND JBROMJSJtS.
Io the nutter of the appeal of Clarke, Dodge
ft Co. from an aaeeBsment made by the asses?
sor of the thirty-second district of New York,
the commissioner ol m te rna I revenue has given
the following important decision :
1st. That a person, firm or company haviug
a place of business where credits are opened
by tte deposit or soUectiou of money or cur?
rency f ubj ct to be paid or remitted upon
draft, check or order, or where money is ad?
vanced or loaned on stocks, bonds, t>ullion,
bills ot txoh inge or promissory notes, must be
regarded as a hank or bankers, nuder section
79 of the ?ct of Jone 30 18?l, as amended July
13 1866 aud as such are liable to a tax of oue
twenty fourth of one per centum per month
upon their capital employed in the business of
bankin?, beyond the average amount invented
in Uuiu d Sates bouds au J a like tax of one
twenit-fouuh of one per centum upon the
"average amount ol deposits on money subject
to pay menu by check ot draft, or re resented
by cotiihoi.e of deposit or otherwise, or
whe her jayable on ueinand or at souiu future
day," under thu HOih section of the said act of
June SO 18C4. HS ' anieuded. and that, under
this rino, baid Clerke. Dodge & Co. aro bank?
ers, aud liaoe lo said tax ou their capital and
2d. 'J'uat in aseoriainiog the amount of capi?
tal of ?Ma person, firm or ouinpauy, all monies
us-ed una i nip.o.* ea in ino ousin-ss of oauking,
except ile..o -.its, should bo regarded as capital
and taxed as nach, und it is immaterial whether
this cupuul is fa-nibbed by the poiaou or per?
sona c?MMti?util g the film or company, or bor?
row' d foi tue purpose of bJing u?od in tao bu?
siness of b tukum; aud if borrow jd, it IB minis?
ter,ai m ou w.iutiougth of tim.) tue luau is made.
ID largo cn ie-, wnere mousy nt borro wea ou
ooltateirals, auort joaus, frequently changed,
lumi-n . ? certain nnd reliable capitol foruauk
mg purposes a* much longer loaos in the coun?
try. Li alt such cases the average amount thus
borro wo j and emiioyed m tho business of
bmiKiug aUouKl bo ascertained, and treated and
taxed as c .puai.
3d. Tuac iu a-ceitaining the amount ofdo
pi'dits tiie average amount per mouth of ail
suma jl mouey deposited with such pe.vou,
firm or company, ' subj ct t i payment by
check or omit or re pre-cu ted by cortilioaies of
deposit ur otherwise, whether payable ou de
mano or ?il a mie taunto day." for wuich such
per? rn, finn or com,any pay " interest, as n oil
aa ali aae fU.ua for which no interest .s p?id.
Ibu. I'uat ibo billie pets JU. firm or cnn
pan.Y ma> be engaged iu ousin&a cs brokeiu
a?jd bank rs, ?inJ m i-uch case tho payment or
tux a us brokers does not r.-lo.aa ibo tu trom
liability to pay taxes on capital and deposits
tmpiuyed iu tut ir basinoss as bankers.
MANIFESTO OF THE SEIT MAYOR.
The End of tho Contest-Condition of
the City-Pamper Labor-t'ompaliory
Kduoat lon-Programme of the Admin?
Tho following is thc address delivered yes?
terday by ila vor Pillsbury o ooo the occasion
of bra installation as Mayor of Charleston. We
do cot propose to eater now into any long dis?
cussion of the principles whioh Mayor Pill-bury
lays down for his guidance and oars; bat it is
somewhat singular that ia the first flush of
sncoeBs he should take a gloomy view of the
situation of the city. The aspect of affaira
generally is not discourage nf,, although it may
be made so. lr?de this year has been-botter
tl an in any other year since the beginning of
the war. Thors are hundreds of idlers in the
city, it ii trae, bat t bis ie because they prefer to
lire here in idleness to working in the country.
No city, who to vor its giza, can undertake to
support, every able-bodied wanderer who
ohooses to squat within tho corporate limits,
and the ?cheme of finding employment for
every coloied mau who prefers Charleston to.
the oorn-field, w ,uld, if carried ont, double the
debt of the city, md make progress and im?
provement impossible. Mayor Pillsbury ad
mite that he is ignorant of the wanta and gene?
ral condition of tho city, and when he under?
stands better tho trae position of affairs he
he will, perhaps, find good causo for chang?
ing bis opinions in regard to those measures
which he not assumes to be necessary.
tienUemen of the Vounoil - We have con?
vened under cucumstances somewhat peculiar.
Our election took place nearly six months
si i'co, yet events beyond our control have
transpired to detain us from our seats till the
present time. A resort to law, to the courts,
to the Legislature, and tben back again to the
coarte, bas st last placed us in the unenviable
positions wbich we now assume. Wu boat
reviewing the influences whioh tuve operated
against os to debar us. ne can exult in toe con?
sciousness that we are not here as usurpers.
We entered the Municipal straggle presum?
ing that all parties would consent to be gov?
erned by the great democratic principle lying j
at tbe foundation of every free government- j
that the minority must defer to the majority, j
luis principle bas been recognized at every t
stage ot the tedious and annoying contest ,
tbrongn which we have been dragged. To
have advanced a Bingle ateo without it would (
have boen revolution, and each a revolution as ,
could not have passed tnumpbantly through ?
ali the VJr.ed searching or 'eats to which oar j
case bas been subjected. We have, therefore, ,
been constituted the ofhci? board of this cit \ : .
not only siter the usual manner of an oleo- ;
taon, but also by the iudgmo-t of the .
courts, both inferior and superior, and by
the high sanction of the State Legisla ture. j
Io the discharge of oar official duties, wo ,
shall doubtless encounter difficulties, which, j
to some, might appear almost insormouuta- (
ble; and yet, if we move ot urageously onward. ?
sacredly observing the oath wo' nave tauen,
acting wi i bout ie*r, favor or discrimination,
thea J d.faculties will, one by one, vanish from
Prom tiie singular position in which I have
besa placed since the election in Novembet
last ; uncertain when the duties of Mayor t
ah .old devolve upon me, and from the un- ,
trnjnurj rsmnoga hwwwe ??n..<?, ? , l
predecessors in office, I bj va not felt at liberty
to resort to Ibo inuai sourced ot information 1
LS to the past workings ot tho City Uovorn- v
neut, or as 'o tho present wants and general r
condition of tho city itself. I shall now, how- ?
nar, cntei- at onco_jipon that duty with what- c
3ver of zaai and earnestness I shatl oe abie t . 1
<->cnmaud ; and ebal!, from timo to timo, give 1
Mich information and submit tor \ our coneid- 1
aranon sue J suggestions as the exigencies ot j
the time shall seem to indicate. }
Without entering into details, we may see at j
i glance that the condition of the city presents i
a somewhat discouraging aspect. War ha? '
itamp-d its roleutlceo footpr.n's in every di- (
rection. Tho devouring flimo has swepi over <
largo sections, and the city has but partially I
recovered from these desolations. Our chan- 1
table institutions are unusually crowded with 1
dependent inmates, while the general eta.nti- '
tion < f business curtails the means necessary '
tor then: generous support. Every street and 1
corner is thronged with needy applicants for 1
labor and broad. The limited variety ot em- 1
ploymentB in the city and State, together with <
tbe vast number ur unskilled workers, randers 1
thia our task of supplying tb esc nooda of the .1
laborer embarrassing. A varied agriculture <
and the mechanic arts are sources of promi- I
neut prosperity to cities. With these elements <
in the background, with fie plavful but md >- f
lent currents of oar mers chained to water- '
wheels and belts; with furnaces, foundries and <
forges in foll operation; with the products of l
spindles and looms constantly flowing in upon '
as, our "City by tbe Sea" would soon become '
tje coronet of heaney to the State. '
Bat at present it is far other * ?BJ. The lathes '
turns sluggishly in the workshop; the hammer '
falls irresolutely upon the anvil, and every 1
branch of business seems &s if stricken wita '
paralysis. Tbe city groans under a debt :
amounting to nearly or quite one-fourth of its 1
entire valuation ; the interest, at least, of which 1
must be kept down, or it will accumulate with j
the ratio of the swift revolving mouths, till ;
?nanci il rain may become complete.
Such, gentlemen ot the Council, is the inheri?
tance transtmtted to us by virtue of oar acc?s- :
sion io tffioe. And, though tbe present?is-' 1
couraring aspect of affaira cannot properly be l
charged to oar account, wo might not be held
blameless for its continuance. Let us, theo, '
endeavor to discharge our high tra >ts with a 1
d?termination and honesty of puipose to
achieve anything but impossibilities.
The first requisite for administering the gov?
ernment is money. Tins must be ramed mainly
from taxation. Ia determining upon thc
amount to be raised, reference should ba hud 1
flt UL tO OUT actual necessities, and tbeu to i he '
sbilitv of taxrayor* to project improvement*,
which, though desirable, may not be ?eiraided
as indispensable. lu our present condition
we shall, no doubt, be-juatinod in applying
the rnle of retrenchment, wnerewr lt caa bo
done wittiont jeopardizing our most vital in
terests. First in imp >rtance to any communi?
ty are meaHurea pertaining to its health snd (
morals. Soundness of body is requisite ,
to the fall ano proper enjoyment of all
other blessings, and heneo our sanitary
regulations should not OD ly bo rigid, but
t.iey Should be Btrictly enforced. Moral.
ti, also, and virtue are as essential to (
general prosperity as are pure air and whole?
some diet lo health. Therefore wo should
throw around them all the safeguards which it
is wubin our province to supply.
Our charmes shouid.not boourtailed too pi r
8imQniou8iy, notwitbhtandi g the financial
pressure upon us. 'lhe aged, the infirm, the
orphan have demands upon us wnich no peo?
ple, claiming to roragmzi common humanity,
can disregard- Sickness, accident, and other
varied misfortunes throw many helpless at our i
teet. And while we chouid lend no sanction to
idleness or vagrancy, we mast not turu a deaf ,
cor to utter distress nnd hejplo-soesa. To Hie
ablo bodied employment should bo fur.vsned,
so far as it is needed and oau receive proper re?
muneration. If toe dei?Hod for lahor in tho ,
cry should not be sufficient to un o; tho wauts
of ?ill those dependent unou it, they should bo j
encouraged au 1. it need bs. assistoJ. io go out
and culuvato the broud unoccupied acres ot tho
In this connection I doom it not improper to
m.iko briof uLusioa (o labor as the powerful
engine wbich propels the machin?ry ot hts.
So long as lt waa by law ooustrained,
and in great measure unrequited, it was
almost, from neie-auy, subject io degradation. 1
Bat upw that it has become tree and remu?e
raiiv.-, the laborer possesses tho rigiittocom- '
maud respect, proportionate to the linpor ance
sud r.-sponsib lilies of his calling, dp.tai. t-o '
far from h-ing independent ofi .b r io com. 1
paratively fruitless without it. I. is indeed
ouiy its offspring, toddling by its side, ready
to stumble un i tall tho moment the strong 1
uand ol its creator ?a witblie.d. Our million* 1
of Kilver and gold would bo left to canker in the
vaults were there no urawny bauds or sii.ewy
arms to a aol} it. The lab ter miy b.* ooor, he .
nm be ignorant ; but iu nine cases out ot teu
it is his misfortuue. r-tiier ihau hu built. In i
elligeocu is au ix^e.lenco ; if. ii a power, ;
acknowledged everywhere and justly so ; but
it is due to no one class. It answers its high
purpose tin- more effectually as ibis thu mora
gvuentUy diftasod. Icisnotincomoariblo with
toit but, on ibo contrary, it swoeteus and en?
nobles it. C'ncimtus alternated between tho
plough and ''affina of State," sud U Waa this j
esper lil adap ation that has rendered bis name
immortal. It would be well if moro of this
Roman virtue should be transplanted into our
nine eec th cootury.
I will alindo to one other subject of vital im?
portance to the city, and tuat ia its schools.
There are several beautiful and commodious
Behool edifices belonging to the city, be,mes
otbe a built by private munificence.
These all appear to bj well patronized, and
yet it is painful to witness the crowds of va?
grant, idle children, of all atreus, racPB and con?
ditions, that constantly saunter through the
streets, haug about the markets, wharves, rail?
roads, and other publie reaorta, with no fixed
occupation ot wtibi? means of support, com?
ing in consta J t contact with whatever is vici?
ous and demoralizing, till many of them be
como adapts in every species of crime. With
proper effort, thia ovil can bo checked, if it
emu ot be entirely removed. For tho seourily
of life and property, and for the promotion of
peace and good order in tho community, to say
nothing of its moral woii-beiog, I would rather
have m each ward school accommodation j for
all of suitable age, with compulsory power to
enforce attendance at school, than cordoas of
police, or even garrisons of armed soldiery.
The State Constitution wisely enjoins upon
us thia identical duty. Article 10 section 4,
declares: ' It shall be the duty of the General
A aernbtv to pr?vido for the compu.1 si ry attend?
ance at either public or privait, schioia. of all
children . between the agea of aix and sixteen
years, not pbysioi?y or mentally disa?
bled, for a term equivalent to twenty-tour
month?, at least." Aud although the Letnala
ture, al its last session, unfortunately tailed
to complete au act for carrying out this piovi
sion, still we as a corporation, with certain
vest ed rights and pri lieges, need not, nor eau
we afford to await the slow process of 8 ate leg?
islation, but should address ourselves at once
to tho grout werk, with euch resources as may
bo at our own disposal. A true and noble SJU
timent was recently uttered at our State Agri?
cultural Convention by air. Clemson, son-in
law ot Jobu C. Calhoun, that ?. there could bo
DO prosperity, no advance, no civilization, with?
out td.ical ion."
In carrying put this object it m&v require ad?
ditional provisions ; bot it were better policy
to expend mcney in this direction than to be
torced to invest it enlarging our almshouses,
? LI a and houses of correction. Unless a thor-'
JUL'h reformation shall be speedily commenced,
KO shsll be driven to the last ni med resort, in
de rc nco of the public safety and prosperity.
Of other important branches of municipal I
interest and support, such aa the police, the
Fire Department, the markets, hospitals, ?cc, ?
I shall not speak on thia occasion, oalv pre- ,
Hising that they should bo made as beneficial
ind effective as publio necessity, united with 1
jonnietont economy, shall demand.
Q*nilemen of the Board oj Aldermen-lu i
3 ur direction of the city government I rust we
"hull be controlled by principles of stern int cc - ?
ity aud genuine patriotism. Io my own eff uta '
[ shall rely largely upon your wisdom, counsel 1
md friendly co-operation. I also invoke tho
renerous aid of all good citizens p!ed?mg, in 1
eturo. my utmost eff jrte to secure for them
jrospon ty and peace. So far as it sh ill bo my .
jroviuoc to administer justice, I shall strive to
.etain the acales in popper aijustmeiit-dis- 1
lensing to all without partiality. With this
leteimination I enter upon tho responsibilities
>f office, only asking impartial judgment from
i caudid public.
THE RESOURCES Of BARUWELL
Tho Sentinel gives the following sketch of
ho water power and resources of Barnwell
<TiieV waters or l?ucx^voarnin?^Thoaemary ,
on to : other and make the Urea Salkchatchie,
mich almost from ita commencement deserves
allier the name of a river tuan a creek. Il ia
, bold, broad stream, and fij*B tor iwenly-nvo i
>r thirtv milts through tho contre of the da- ,
net, irngatiiis aud fertinz ug thu lam' ou
iiher ude. For motive power, its watera
night be made available at many points. Then
vo bavo Lemo ii'a Swamp, a flue struarr; aud
-attie Salkchatchie ia anoiber splendid stream, i
Then we come to the South hdiato, which
orms the eastern boundary nf our district,
vnoro principal and larges-, affluent is Shaw's
?i eck, but many other creeks flow into it, some
>t which are milizjd fur m.liing pur
rases. Thus we have, on the west,
;he Savannah River, with its tributa
?tes, the Upper and Lo.ver Three Runs,
jcBides other fino wstei-courses; io the een?
ie, the Great Salkoha*ebie witii its tributa
??es. Buck Creek, Turkey Creek and llOs?mary;
be LittleSalkehatcuie and Lemon's Swamp;
iud on the east Shaw's Creek and Pouth Kd s
o; and on the south tho Edisto tor somo dis
an ce. In those port i ns of thc district unpro?
vided with water courses, wt find large oval
simular bisms, which bold fresh waler the
rear round, andar? ot incalculable value, ren?
dering the land in their vioiuity available for
igricuhural purposes, by affording a ready
l id abundant supply of water for the uso of
stock and tann animais. We have said enough
1 JW on the subj; ct of water-courses, to show
that Barnwell District ie ono of the finest
watered districts in South Carolina-a para?
mount consideration with every man wbo
wishes to settle, let hie occupation be what it
may. Before the war thia tine territory was
being rapidly filled UD, and was on
thu high road to wea kn and prosperity. The
more navigable of these wa'er-courses were
then kept open, aa wo hope they will be again,
to give our timber and lumbjr getters free ac?
cess to Charleston, Savannah and the sea?
board lalands. For several years r,aat the ti u -
ber and lamber trade, a source of great wealth
to our district, has beou languishing; but it
needs but enterprise und capital to set it going
again, ibo most unlimited supply of male?
na! abounds on every side. Nor is the mate?
rial o. cflued to pine timbei aloue; but the
finest woods of every description tor building
or ornamental purposes abouud everywhere.
These nooda could be Bawed up. seasoned
and shipped, and would never ful to hud a
ready market. The finest shingles in the
world con be made Irom the c., presses ao
abundintin our swines. Wuai we want is
capital and the moans of irausporeation
?heap and easy tranap iriatio.i-to sei in o oc?
rai ion lftCtOries that Could supply tho world in
pails, tubs, buckets, b ure la a d every sort of
wooden utensils-nuim 'gs < xeopted.
CUBAN AFFAIRS.-A Wasuiutrioi dispatch
Bays tbit the Administration hos determined
on recognizing Cuban bjliigereuo.v a . au early
day. The policy ami mt dj ot procedure are
determined upon. It is also said thal the
President has given direct ous io s jil all war
m terial not wanted bj the g >ver..m nt to any
Dartiea wbo may wish to pure jase.
Tue Tribune saya that au t x ie litton for
Cuba Bailed from hero on tho night of tho
21st ult. The veaaol was the famous fast sail?
ing schooner Grapeshot, moiuorubio f r tho
part sha took in tue capturo of Louis Baker,
indicted for the killing ot W.in >m Poole. Tue
schooner waa bo.iv.lv loadod with boxes con?
taining arms and niunitions <>( war, nu 1 bar?
rels containing abont 1000,000 rounds of
cartridges. Tooee weie p.ueeu n tho hold,
while the deck was loaded ?itu boxes ontain
mg harneas and other ?gilt aruo.es. O i the
night ot her Billing hf y men wero taken on
board, and tho vessel q ii -i ly sailed nuder the
command of Captain K milton, formerly of
the Unit -d States Navy. She wi 1 uouu bo
heard o .
Tba voto of tho Mex'cara Congress in lavor
of recognizing Cuban boiigoruuO< btnoa 100 to
12. Aims have been shipped to Mexican porta
intended for Cuba, amt let ors or m ti que will,
it is declared, moo be issued. lu viow of ibis,
the patriota ure inaki . J S*ruuuoua ill'ms to
ob .a maud hold a pori ou lucir Southern
-The French arm?, aw rung io i lie Moni?
teur ofelia Army, tho obi ; ai unlitaiy j ?Brual,
is at present on a pour . Ootiu. ol 5U? 000 men.
In July, 18C9 tine onm o. will be iioTeaacd to
Sil COO, ut win-in 50,OJJ wu bo a aiionud in
Almer?a. Atter duda*i??; 710OJ Ul account
for s lidien in h taltal, o.. larinuctli anion
special duty, there is iou a.i ai my of 522 OOO
mea, fnll.v eqtiipoei wito a -un au ! Bilpin a,
?nd ready tor action. J his force s now UL
tlorgoi.ig ctioataut dril l g ut mu vuioua
camps a d barracks t.'.r.uv^.. mc thc empire.
-A. T. Siewurt's t cw m do' dwelling is
rapidly goi lg up iu Now Y ir?, lt ia to bo cn
tirely ol n on"and brick. ei?in s ones in hotghf,
enclosing a court ?mo .mu-iivd f . t Mituro. Ic
ia to contain a.i cu va ir. a muaiu-heating ap
paralna a-id a wurr-?uk. a id un tuiuidhed
with bleeping apr m ???> . i'?>r li. I cen hundred,
restaurant,parlor. Ut u- ?< UH lam.dry, k.tch
?n, & .. I-, will c ?s o .%? 3.1 (UJ.000. and, il ia
calculated, will alio, d -J rt .. ?ing-wouteu, for
Wucscbi>uefit ic ia um f i oi n ., lood and
was li lng at a ooat ot iwo djii.uu ti wock.
8EARR0 IK-WHU.EY.- ')n tho 28th of April,
by ttao Rev 0. 0 PINCKNE?. at rh* residence of the
orino'? uther. Mr. KR .-EABKOOK to Mine R.
HARRIET WHALFY, diuabter or toe Hon. Wk
WH A LET all of Ch irle - ton. No cai d*.
jfjT* X CAB 0.-THE COMMITTEE ON
8CHUKiZ8NF?sTbe;r to acknowledge with thank*
therecelp of the foftowi <g Prize Presents, in addi.
Hon to those already published of April 33th, Mar
int and 8ti) now on exhibition at Air. VON SAN
TEN'S STORE, No. 229 Sing-street:
One pill- Enibroiderel Suspenders, f'om PB.
FCHUCKHAN, Im wortcr sud dealer in Berlin Z;phyr
Woihtfd. Kilting, Wool Embroidery Pattern i, ko,
No. 271 King-street, opposite Hasel.
W. F. PADDON. Oas and Steam Fitter, No. 447
King.street, three doors aoovo Calhoun, for repair- j
lng and putting Lp Oas Fixtures at Schuetze ip lats.
One doz tn bottles Sumter Bitters, from Dowra k
Morsa, Wholesale Southam Dru? House, corner of
Mee lng and Hasel streets.
One pair latent Leather Boots, fro n J MXTIZLXB.
Boot and ohne Maker, No. 131 Meodng-atreet, oppo
r-i e Pavilion Hot?l.
On? Chromo-Lithograph, " Return of the Storks,"
from CHAULES HicKET, Gilder, Pjrtralt and Picure
Frame Manufacture -, No S>."> K'sg.-c reot
One Keg Dupont's Eagle Rino Powder, from J. N.
HOBSON Comml.-slon Merchant and Agent for Du?
pont's Bide Powder, Noa 1 and 2 ulautic wharf.
T. A. BEAMISH k Co., Houss and sign Painters
ind doalersin Painters' Materials. No. 113 Market-I
a tree t, f r Painting doae at bennet zenplaiz.
ooo fine Water Cooler, from Mo Dorr Co nsw,
Mauu.actur T of Plain and stamped Tin Ware and
dealer in Stoves, Orales, Tinners a took, lie., No. 297
One line White Aluino Hat, from H. MAST?N,
Wbo'esale and Retail Des er in Hoots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Ac, No 91 Market-street.
One K g Orange Kiri J Powder, from Ososas W.
WILLIAMS a Co., Whole tale Grocers, Gatton Factors I
inl Banker?, Hayne-atreeL also. Agents for toe
?bovo Po?der, for >or li and Bouth Carolina, Geor- I
tia. Alabama, Tennessee and Florida.
Wax Flowers, lu Ola** Cate, from J. P. Mxsx
HtSDT, Bread, Pie sud Fancy Cake Bakery and
Candy Manufactory, corner of King and Tradd
One Wanted Work Mst, from Miss Wa,? LUISE
OTZBN, No 43 George-street.
une Flue Inlaid Boee wood Concertina, from Zoe -
BAUM, YOUNO st Co.. importers and dealers in Mu ri?
rai lustrums ts, Strings, &c, No. 191 King street.
One Fine McClellan saddle, from Wu. H Aaa AX, SI
Co's tsaudlery Waretmu e. H >. 19 Uiyne-street,
Uno Fiue Iuksisud, from DSNHX k Pun, Book
?nd Job Pnnturs, stationers, kc, Ho. 163 Meebng
Half-dun bottles Flavoring Extracta and sample
bottle Co.ogno, aannf oturod by O. J. LOHN,
who e.uii! and Retail Druggist, southeast corner of
King and Jjhu street i.
Cue bine China Mnoking set, from B. H. MCDOW?
ELL & cox. Im, ortet n of China, Olas s, Crockery,
?c., o mer Wum and Libert/ utrea!"_h
Ono~Fme w rea tn for tne schuetzea Qa*<-n. from
Urn. M. UOSKKSN A; Co., Millinery and Fancy
Good J. So. 20 J Klug at r crt.
Ooo tin-Fruit take, from K HUMAN DB TUXES.
Cundy Fae ory and Impo. ier3 o. loy*, Fancy Arti?
oles, k .. so 279 Klug-a root.
One Flue Vwt.ch-stcr Breech-loadinn Rifle, with
ammunition cm.i.eto. from Messrs. ? IOEDAN. DAW?
SON k > o , proprietors of "las LU ABLES ION DAILT
6?sws," No. 149 K st Bay.
Une Flue We ding eke, from Captain ALKaaitoaa I
Maxi auna, Bakery and (Justoctionery, ?O. 381 Kit.g
On? keg Alpino Ht t? rt-, with Sample Stand, from
MULLES, Nun z k co., Commi sion Meichaute,
Wbolosale Doalers in Groceries and Rice, No. 181
New Tuck Croiser and Se.f-sewer combined for
Wheeler it Wi son's .-ewing Machines, from D. B,
JJ AC ELTON, General Sewing Machine Agen', No. 307
Cae Swinging Cradle, from I ANDO. H. STLCOX,
Vmntiture Warerooms, Nos. 170, 177 and 179 King
Embroidered Infant's Robe, from Loma Coaxw k
Co., let lera in Foreign and Dometha Dry Goods,
NO. 248 Klug-?ucrt.
One Pair Pre nob Calfskin Boots, from E. PILLS,
Fashionable Boot and Snoe Maker, No. 183 King
Phot 'graph of Confederate Generals, from Jeana
B. BOLLS?, Artist, northeast osmer Klag and ii ai kef
One year's free shaving, by J AH ES Lo HU AB DO,
Barber Shop, No 114 Market-street.
Ose Fin* Ladies' Bonnet, from Mrs. M. J. Zea
NOW, Fissionable Millinery and Dress Malting Es?
tablishment, No. 304 King-street.
May 4 1 A. MEMANN. Chairman.
SOT MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION_T H E
Rev'd Clergy, of all den minutions, are pxrtfcularly
requited to cill on the ladles of their congregations
to decorate the graves of Confederate soldiers in
their respective churchyards, on Memorial Day,
May the 10th.-_May 1
?-UNION BANK OP SOOTH CAROLINA.
CHARLESTON. APRIL V, 1869.-Tbe Comptroller
General of the State having approved the official
statement or thia Bank, and authorized the resump?
tion of bubinoss under tbe provisions of tbe late Act
of the General .? aacmbly. lbs B.ard of Directors cte
e're a meeting of the Stockholders in connection
A meeting will therefore be held at the Banking
House, oo tast Bay-street, on THOHSBAT, SOOI May
proximo, at twelve o'clock M.
By ord or of tb* Board.
April30_H. D ALEXINDER. Cartilar.
ta-PEOPLE'S NATION ?L BANK.-PUR
SUANT to & resolutiou of tbe Board of Directors,
thu present stockuodert In this Bank who held i h-ir I
stock on 1st .-eutember last, are hereby notified that,
for the site of convenience, tbe Mate tax upon tho
shares held by them wi tl bj paid through tbe Cash?
ier, tbe amounts so to be paid to be obargei against
dividends. H. O. LUPER,
Mav 1 stutbS Cashier.
SM-NO CUUEI NO PAY 1-FORBES L'S
J CN I PEU TAR le warranted to care Cou.'he, Croup,
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, spitting of Blood and I
Lui,g Diseases. Immediate relief produced. Try
lt; ll not satisfied, return the empty bottles and get
your money back.
Sold wholesale and B?tail by the Agent,
O. W. AIM ill. Druggist,
Corner King and Vanderbortt streets.
tO~ Price 3J cents.
February 27 DAO tnthsSmo*
49- CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL (JIN,
OR PURE LIQUJ't OF JUNIPER BUSBIES.-Thu
lavorile iirand of PUB? 'LUNDJJ CORDIAL OIN
bas Blood the test ot time, nutation, piracy, high
tann's and untair coin ,>eu.iou, aud still o.ijoyj a con?
stantly increasing sae; showing that true merit
docs u.it alwsjjjagj unappreciated.
CUABLEV ..UADON CORDIAL GIN
Is offored to t ae public a9 a portee.ly reliable sp?ci?
fiai* ah oases or DissjssJ Ubddor sad Kld.ieys. It
acts directly on these o gana, with a tiiroatne.ss and
speenlucsf, wbtch render it invaluable to persons
suffering iromGravel. Diabetes, luiUjied Bladder,
Ecaniy and hight;-colored urine, and in all cases
where, tro LI wuuie.er came, a healthlul diuretic is
Ladles stibjoct to pain:u! menstruation, can by the
nee of cO ii CIA L OIN a lew days previous to and
dur HR l luo-s obtain great relief. In such instances
it BLOUIJ be taken with ULK ar and warm water.
AB S tonic and beverage this OIN is unequalled, as
lt postease* none of tbe headache pripertio.-i to be
found in those pois ns, now too frequently sold un?
der ibe uame.< of Gio. Brandy Whiskey, ko.
JOHN F. H KN UT. sole Importer,
No. 21 Park Kow, New York.
For salo in Charleston, South Catolin.i, by Dr.
H. BArR, RAOUL k LYN' ill, W. A. sKl.T.Nb, G.
W. AIMAH. EU. S. HOUNUAM and A. W. cOKKL
6 CO. tuthseonSmoa nao February 23
Special lot ire s.
49" CONSIGNEES PEB STEAMSHIP
CHAMPION, from New Yoik. are notified that abe
will discharge careo THIS DAY at Adair's South
Wharf. Gooda nu ailed for at sunset will ie stored
at risk and expense of o wm ra.
JAMES ADO EB & CO,
Uay i Agents.
?-CONVEN HON.-THE SEVENY-NINTH
Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal
Church in south Carolina will meet In St. Philip's
Church, on WEDNESDAY, lbs 12th Instant.
Divine service will commence at I en o'clock A. M.
JOHN 1). M cCO LLD i H,
May 4 t"ths4 secretJ ry
AW UNI TED STATES INTERNAL. R EVE
HUE - COLLEClOR's* OFFICE, SECOND DU.
TBIOT, SOU I H CAB lLlNA-CHARLESION, MAY
1, 1869.- The undersigned, Collector, will bo in at
tendance Ht No. 48 Broid-etreet. Charleston, anti]
May 31st, to receive from r?ndente o' the City of
Charleston. St. James' San tee, St. Jamei'Qoosecreek,
St. T hornn and St Dennis, St John's Berk elev, et,
John's holleton, St. Andrew's, St Stephen's and
Christ Church, Special or License Taxes, also laxes
on Incoan. Bi hird Table?, Carriages, Pla e and
Gol i Watches, included in the unnual list tor 1869.
Colass pay ?outs are mido on or before the day
above named, th" Iii? imposes additional charges.
Taxpayers are inform d that the Collector has no
power to deduct tbe five per cent penalty an i one
per cent, rer m< ntb interest ou taxes not pa'd with?
in i he time specibed in bc notices.
Neither ls the Collector responsible if (be parties
who require License? do not receive their notices, aa
thoy are invariably put in ihe Peat- mee. All Licenses
sro due ten days from date of notice.
WILLIAM B. CLOUT}!AN,
May 4 filths Collector.
??IF THE LADIES BUT KNEW WHAT
thousands of them are constantly relating to us, we
cannot believe one baif ot the weakness, prostration
and distress experienced by them would vanish
Jim MAUSH, Esq , No. 169 Weat Fourteenth street,
Mew York, says, "be bas three children; the first
two sre weak and puny, his wife baving been unable
to nurse or attend them; bat she h?i taken PLAN?
TATION BI IT KU s tor the >ast two years, and has a
child now eighteen months old, which she has nari
ed and reared herself, and both are hearty, siucy
and weiL The ?rdele is invaluable to mothers,'
Such evidenoe m'?ht be continued for a volume.
The oest evidence ls to try them, lhey speak for
themselves. Persons of sedentary babita, troubled
with weakness, lassitude, palpitation of the heart,
lack of appetite, distress alter eating, torpid liver,
constipation, diabetes, &u., will flad speedy relief j
through thone bitters.
MAOROLIA WATEn .-Superior to the best imported
Gorman Cologne, and sold at ball the price.
?TESTATE NOTIoE.-ALL PEBSON8
having demands against the Estate of J O H N J.
BROWN INO, late Of Charleston County, de?
ceased, will present their o alms attested, wdhin the
JJm i '. ? i -|- -fi -i-1-1 i AMI
at Law, No. 93 Boad-treet and ?ll indeoted lo said
Es.ato will make payment to tbo name.
ADDIE J. BROWNING.
JO-VEBONE'S ELECTKO CHEMICAL
BATHS.-A Btu >cu OF DB. VERON fa (OF N tw
YO HE) Electro-Chemical Baths ls now eatable: ed
and in daily operation in Mot Lin ?, oue door a >ovo
Hudson-street over the office or Dr. lt, T. i-CHLtY,
who has a private room for tbs especial accommoda?
tion ot thoie wbo wish to be tri at'a cy toe mear
outed Baths, which ai o celebrated for the cure of all
dlseas?s proJuced by the too liberal use cl Mer u - y
ia any of lt- form?; also Rheum it Ism, acute and
chronic; 'lotit, Lead Poisoning In any form, Nervous
Affections, Debility, and Chronic Diseases gener?
Dr. 8. will administer the Baths by Instructions
direct from the discoverer, Dr. V., which embrace
many recent and useful hints.
49- BORDEAUX OLABEF WINE, OF SU
PEBIOB QUALITY, by tbs gallon; SMOKED SAL?
MON and HALIBUT, SMOKED TONGUES, PIG
SHOULDERS, BREAKFAST ?TRIP.?, received th e
week._WM. 8. COBWIN at CO.
?"NOTICE.-OFFICE OP COBON EB OF
CH ELESTON COUNTY. APBIL24, 1869 -During
mv temporary ab-onoc from the State, E. M. WHIT
INO, Esq.. Coroner for the Parishes of sc Philip's
and St Ulclael's, and Magistrate, will attend (o the
duties of my offl.-e at No. 61 HBO AD-STREET.
April 24_TIMOTHY BUBLFY.
49* WH VT IS A TONIC ?-BE AR I illa IN
mind-that although a tonio is, to a certain extent, a
stiunJirt-? stimulant unmodified by any medi?
cinal substance, ls not a tonic, but a debllttant. in
HOSlETlEB'o STOMACH BITPBB9 there it a
stimulating element of the purest grade manufio
tured in thia or any other country. Every fiery a d
corrosive oil or acid which contaminate* the ordi?
nary liquors of commerce, is expelled from the rte
spirit which lonn s tbe alcoholic basis of the PI r
1ER-, by careful snd repeated rectification. The
juices of the valuable roots, barks and herbs, in fu-rd
Into this wholesome product of the finest grain, still
further modify itt nature; so that it becomes, in
faot, a simple diffusive ?gent minus all the heady
and brain ex -Ring propertte i wbicb belong, more'br
less, to all liquors in a raw state It le merely the
sate and harmless vehicle which readers the med?
oinal virtues ot tho preparation effective-increasing
their active power, and diffusing them through tue
flvet-jm. Ueooe the pleasant and gentle glow which
is experienced aftm taking a dos- of the Ul l i ER
Iiistoid or creating hoads* he. as un medicated stm
alanu are apt to do, ibis salubrious tonic is the b it
known reme y for that complaint It calms a< d
soothe* corebral excitement, strcugthens the ne; ve*,
promotes t-'0 secretion of the gastric juice. Invigo?
rates tho bowels, determines the fluids to the sur?
face, improves the appetite, increases the anim il
vtg jr, regulates organic action, and. lrom it" mild
yet effective alterative qualities, is the very best
preparation that can ho administered to the weaker
sex in the peculiar difficulties to which their organ!
% .tum HUljects them.
May 1 nae 6
aa- SARArOGA "A" SPRING WATER.
Saratoga, in the Sta'e of New York, li? one of tbe
most remarkable mineral reservoirs upon the su duce
of the globe. Within an area of a mile in dtumeter
are some thirty mineral springs- uo two of thom
alike. In ;oaeof tbe waters, Chloride ol' sod om
predominates; in others, IoJioe. Magnesia, >ul,ihur,
Chalybeate, ?kc. ?he buucflcUl etfeoU of some ol
those wi tern, as medicinal agents, aro known
throughout the i ivillzed wo ld. Probably one h i >.
dred thousand person* visit these Springs an cual y
Many hui dr: d thousand bottles of tbe waler ure
transported and consumed lathe various local Itu
of tbe country.
Tbe SARATOGA "A" SPBING WATER ia oro
ba ly the must effect!vj mineral watt>r round on
either continent. It will he observed that it has ten
per cent greier mineral propertied than the cele*
bruted I ongress Spring; tour tunis that of Baden
Boden of Austria; flvi times that of Six Ja cusp n?
inPrui-sta; twice that ol Vichy iu Franc-;; no .nv
three times greater than the renowned Setz r ot
Gern, aa y ; audeqially over the Spaa of Bath, tm
land and Kissengen in Barana.
The reputation of this water is based upon i
effects in diseases of the stomach, liver, to ?cl-,
kidneys, and spleen, and acta wich wo i -c fa- i> ne- j
fit m cases of Ch ron c Dy-ppLii -. O.m-il.-- - I
Gravel, Gout. Scrofu a Cutaneous Affections, Genc
lal Lethargy, soieue.-B, aud Prootcauoaj o u..-,
The value of mineral waters has been prized md'
a Inowldg-d by in-ni leal men (luce tur ?*>.. !
C'vLuatiou. A col' bratoil author ty fays; "I he Vi - 1
tues oi minera waters have bcoo beet sho*u i.i .kv
treatment ol oh-core sui chronic diseas---."
Aueni for tue Saratoga "A" Spnng rt'at.'r, ?
* JOilN F. U.MtY. 1
Ni 21 P-nk Row, N"v Y-> k i
foldm ?barleaton, - c., nv tr. w. AH.AK, W. ,
A. SEETHE, RAOUL ?i LYNAS, A. W. t? b.< L *
CU.. KD. S. BUiiN?iM and Dr. U. BA kB.
February 23 nae tuthstcw3ir.es |
KXCLHSIUHS ill?f.U IHK HARBOR,
THE FINE, FAST SAILING AND COM".
"FORT A BLI appointed Yacht ELEANOR
y will resume ber trip* to historic poiou Ia
?the barbjr. and will leave Government
Wharf daily at len A. M. and FOOT P. M,
Foi Passage apply to J H USIA s Y o CN G,
Decemoer 18 i apt?)a. on board.
CHARLESTON AND Li VE RI VOL STEAMSHIP
THE FI B?T CLASS IBON SC HEW
1 Steamship M AH MOB A. B. kt. BOB?
IN BO.v Commander, having a por*
: ton of her cargo engaged, will uti
on or about irth instant
for Freight engagements, apply to
BO HE HT M CB B * OG.,
49?N. B.- In m ran cc taken .by thia Teasel at
nve-dghths percent._ ' _May 4
B ALT LBS UHK %ND CH A ll LKSTO?
THE STEAMER- OF THU LINE
are appointed lo -ail on the follow?
ing days f r h -Ll'IMOBE daring
tbe month of Ma ? :
FALCON, captain Boa-XT. May 6ib, at 2J? o'clock
SEA GULL, CapUfn Dmos. May 11th, at 6 o'clork
MARV I A s r>, Captain JOHNSON. May loth, at 10
o'clock A M.
FALCON, Captain HoBSET, May 50!h at \% o'clock
SEA G CLL, Captain Denos. May 25th, at 6 o'clock
MARYLAND, Captain Joans.N. Msy 29th, at 10
o'clock A. M.
49~ l bro ugh Bills Lavin g signed for all olaasee of
Freight t ? toU.VTON. PHlLiLr . IB i. HiLMl
TO.*> DEL., WAaHINoiON CITY, and the NORTH?
For Freight or passage, apply te
COURTENAY k TBENHOLM.
May 4 3 Onion Wbarves.
NEW YORK, ANO CHA it L KS TOI.
STEAMb fl IP LIKE.
FOR NEW YORK.
CABIN PA SSA'JE $2U.
r r-Twn TBK F1R3T-0LA80 STDE-WBEKL
?;5T?fey?^i ?TKA?>HiP CH-MPIO.V. Locr.
4-fS^?W?AA WOOD, Command r, will leave Ad
mSst -WBSFE?. ger'? Khan, on SATOTLDAT, 8thln?L,
at 4 o'clock P. M .
49-N0 B?.S of Ls ding signed after tbs sailing o.'
SS-1 trough Bills Latbig given to Boston and
Providence, R. L
Sar insurance can be obtainer1 by these steamer?
at H per cent.
For Freight or Paiaage, apply to
ISSUS ADttat? *-H). Agents,
Corner Adger'j Wharf and.hast Bay (Up-ttam. ?
FOR PR1LA UHLPHIA ANUBUDiON
REGULAS EVESi TRIRXDAY.
TH ti STEAMSHIP . PBO
ME t Ut U -, Captain Gs*I, will lt ave
North Ailantie Wbart, on lasas
DAT, A: ay 6, ut - o'clock,
For Freight or Passage spplv to 4p
JO?\ ss t H LO. G ETTY.
May 1_North Atlantic ghSBf.
___.JfOR Ntci* * .M-if .
BEG ULAS LINE AVERT WEDNEEDA Y,
PA xs AC K 1240.
?.SiSasSS THEMDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP
. jf?f.f ?:> R\ONOLI\, Oapiuia M. ?. Caow
jlls?llilSg^ ou WEDNESOAY, May 5, 1869, at 1
O'clork P. M.
April?_RAWNKL AT CO.. Agents,
PACIFIC MAH. M's t?A JU** ?IP COMP V'S
THEOCOH LLN- IO
PALIP0BN1A. CALNA AISD JAPAN.
CHANGE OF SAILING 'DA ra:
"""-"5-tr-a SI BA MESS OK IBS ABOTE
?/$%Off T'S: Une leave Piar No. ia. North Biret,
? \? foot ot Canal sheet New York, at
?ffi ?tewyjw 12 o'clock noon, of the lat, Utk and
01st of every month .except when tl ese oates tal'.
.D Sunday, then the Saturday precedlce*.
Departure ot 1st and J]*t COD nt ct at Panama with -
steamers tor Sontb Paddc and Central Amenc??
no ru Those of 1st touch st Manzanillo.
Departure of 11th ot eacb month connects with
tbe new steam Une from Panama to Australia and
Steamship J- PAN leaves 8an Fm cisco tor Chica
and Japan Maya, 1869.
NO Cs uremia steamers teach at Havana, bat st;
direct from New York to AerinwalL
One hundred pounds baguage tree to ?sch td nil.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage rtekett or I arther information apais?
?t the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on lbs whstt
root of Csual-ttreet, Noitb Hirer New York.
March 12_IJT_F. B. BABY, Agent
FOR THE GERMAN SCUD KTZ EN nt ST
THE FINE STEAMER FVNSIE,
_?Captain antis, ?ii leave the City
from Accommodation Wha f WED.IBSOAX. reroasoAT
and FRIDAY, at the boura of 10 A M. and 12 30 P.
M., and 3 P M., landing passengers at tbe Pacifie
Manufacturing Compauy's DBW Wjsrf, Ashley
Blver. within SOO yards ot the ground*.
List Trip, returning, will be at 7 P. M On Fmi
SAT the tw ) last retain trips wil. bs ai 7 and 10 P. sf.
Fare, 26 cents. May 4
FOR KOlSrO, KM I'KKP tivE, ROCK?
VILLE, MARTIN S POINT AND SIMON'S
THESTFAMFR EMILIE, CAPTAIN
._' P. C. LEWIS will le ivs ''om m er .lal
wharf aa above, every WBSSISDAT Moajmta, st
8 o'c o.-k.
lie urning will leave Edisto at 7 o'clock os
Freight reef ived THIS DAT. Apply to
SHAOKCLFORD St KELL), Agents,
May 4_1_No 1 Boc-e'* Wharf.
IXIKA 1 KIP TO ?.A VA NM AH.
THE EL KG AN r STEAMER CITY
_J POINT, Cap'ai J Gao. E. MOMILLAS,
will lea-e Charleston for pavannab on WSDSMDAX
1 vt NIX ii, at 9 o'clock._
She wilt leave Savannah I? r Charleston every THU SI
DAY AFTFB ? o >N. at4 o'clock.
tot lreLjbt or pis-ag", apply to
J. I>. ?IK.k> k CO . A jen U.
May 3 bonth Atlantic Wbart
VIA BEAUFORT -.ND HILTON HEAD.
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA.
OH AND APTER MAY 1ST
To Savannah.. .$3. Io Beaufort... .frfcr
."ff-??> TBE STFAMBr- PILOT BOY. OAP?
^atSksaaVCTAIl. FENN Vtn. w leave Acron*,
modation wbarf every MONDAY and THUBSDAT Moss.
ruo ai 9 o'clock
Hemming will leave savannah every luzstux sad
rair A\ MOHN INO at 9 o'clock
April 29 Ar.-omiu daa o 1 Wbarf.
1 OR SA VA A NA H.
. -fP^>j THE SlEAMsR DICTATOR,
aSSSml CAP IAIN W. T. McN > LTT, will -all
m.m I ba le-ton fjr savannah oa Sn JED IT hrs .
Will have Ssvaonaii tor Charleston on BUKDAx
Arr?NOON at 4 o'ui ck
For > reicht or Pastare, applv lo
Apiti 29_J. D AIKEN oe CO., Agents.
h i ?I - TO, ROCKY-lit.K ANO K.MTBK
- .T?T"*!?. THE S BA M ER FANNIE, fAP
- " ? -1^7 TAIN ASAIS will Ie-ve Accommoda
ti m Wuari ev??ry WKDNE.DVT fotisiNO ats u'c oct .
Ue'ivnin.. leave < d>?M a 12..Mocil on IHUBSDAT.
l o.-Freight or Pasisgj, ^p I? lo
April 26_Accommc-ltttioa Wbart
H?H ?Ml. Alu 1, t> : I?'.,
?ts HAVANNAH, 1 t- r. N . V;.' 1 ? ? A ASP JaCSdOBV
.?)-**? 4. THF f'H'?-i'A-s ~ I 2 4 M EB
S3?JXSB5S OlOlAlOH CaptamWM T. MONEX
11 ?'li ?a l (rom Charte-iou ??... /-c-.a, tVianv,
.f Nine n'd'-ck, jot'ue ib<>v? points
fi r t: M.(-'i,?a ^teamer bl'! ? K?f>'I, "sptam Gao.
?. .McMrLLAN will ml rroiu Cb*rl<ston orery Jr?.
?ta?i /.?.?.mo, . Nine aVia.ik,Tor anove poiara,
minx'tma with ib" ?"-H?>-a? ItaiiroaJ ?t -lave-ustb
?V Mocito sad Ne - Orlean<aand w.tb tu? ? :onda
H. hoad at i'-ni.v dui i for ?V-.Ur at ?bick
?.im .'ei'niers coniiect w tb >'ew Orieaas. Mobile,
!v.,K3"o:a. 6e* 'Vesii and Iii vana.
t brandi Bills Lu nu iii ven tb* rr ij .it to Mohlis,
l'?iiraco'a auo v?>a' ii.-L .-ni-.
on.:tc?n? uti/i H .\ Han't it'tm-n Oelawah?
.inti Un*', ' TM.i. e.* ur.l lakee?ri?a, ?W
,'U. li t. h I iii "'Jul
Ali ir- . 1; . ya??? 141 'he?barf
iriNHi. HOI reniovcil ai iu>ic< . * t # ?cifd at (ls
and int < ** 01 on- .1-.
'o: f te'i.tt or Pa m v' etiptiaemoi t, apr ly te
J. D. AIK1N n c ., (jiu*
-o i:'. ?' iT?i .- ^tarl.
N. H.-No extra chirgo for Meal, ar.d distortesaii