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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1046
EXCITING TIMES IN WALL-STREET.
Nsw Yous, M ty 19.-Wall-s'root has been
greatly excited ?11 day over son sat i o o al ram ors,
and all the markets bave beca affected. Money
dosed fa rly easy at 7 per cent., with ex?
ceptions at C. Tue supply was equal to the de?
mand. Prime paper worth 7 to 9 per cent.
Gold was excited and ioae to 44L Lllt reacted
after four o'clock P. H., and closed at 43$.
Sterling very firm at 9.?a9?. Government
Stocks active and excited, but declined OB re?
porta from London and Frankfort, and finally
?closed steady. Stocks generally sttoug. South
ern stosks heavy.
NEWS FROM WASHINGTON.
WA8HiMGro5, Slay 19-Evening.-Bcutwell
'will continue for tho pt usent bavin? a million
of bonds weekly, aud placing them in tho sink
ing fand. Tho bonds will be changed L om
coupons to register , d an mor J secure.
Chas. Clinton has neon appointed Treasurer
Of the Branch lim:, aad Assistant Treasurer
of Lbs United Statos at New Or.'eom.
It ie undt rs:ex >d that Secretary Fish does
not think that Great Britten ought to be called
upon to apologize as well as pay the Alabama
Secretary Cresswell is ousting and appoint?
ing postmastc rs at tho rate of feur hundred a
The Cabinet at ita next meeting will con
aidor the case of Mississippi, and afterwards
that of Texas.
BLOODSHED IN NEW ORLEANS.
NEW OSXEAKS, May 19.-Until last night the
adjoining suburb of Jefferson City, though
include 1 in the Metropolitan Police Dis?
trict, has resisted by force every attempt of
the Metropolitan Police to assert their jurisdic?
tion. Lae? night, however, a force of three
hundred Metropolitana, in charge of a captain,
wera detailed to take charge of Jefferson pre?
cinct, and made a movement a lout 10 o'clock
on the municipal buildings of Jefferson, which
were filled wita armed citizens. A small bal- I
ale ensued, in which twelve or fourteen of thc
Metropolitans were wennded, two dangerous?
ly, after which the police retired. Governor
Warmouth called on Goners] Mower for the
aid of the United States troops, and a company
waa furnished, who took possession of the
Jefferson Market House this morning without
opposition, and installed the Metropolitans.
The Metropolitans then proceeded to re?
vengo their defeat of last night upon unoffend?
ing bystanders, a number of whom were bad?
ly beaten with emus. Citizens were arrested
?Ddt^arimiDately. The vi?lenos of the Metro
fph*ans waa entirely unprovoked. Much ex?
actement prevails in Jefferson, and the troops
?Ul remain there.
SPARKS ERO M THE WIRES.
Minister Motley sailed, yesterday, for Lon?
The Swiss Government have prohibited
Mi rn ni fr Jin residing in cantons bordering on
Prance or Italy*
Sixteen Western and Southern States were
represente! in tho Memphis Convention, and |
a permanent organization has been effected.
' The Soci?ty of the Cincinnati held their
eighty-sixih anniversary yesterday, at Bar?
num's Hotel, Baltimore? Se.ue.ary Fish pre?
Richard Pallyon, the rooney delivery derk of
Harnden's Express, was gagged and robbed of
sixteen thousand dollars, in the third story of
a building ia North Charles-street, Baltimore,
Ceas ar Wiggins, one of toe ten negroes ott
trial in Savannah for the murder of Broad
backer and Bookman, committed m December
Mal, was found guilty of murder yesterday.
The others are yet to be tried.
THE DUELLO IN NEW ORLEANS.
?.abs TS. Spain.
The New Orleans Times, of the 11th inst,
. A few weeks; since a procession of Cuban j
patriote, in this atv, borea banner inscribed j
'.Death to Spain-Death to Spaniards," and
ss oh eries were raised in the streets as the
Cuban sympathisers passed The demonstra?
tion led to some angry recriminations and
lengthy publient tone in the journals, and to
the issue ol the following card :
1 To the Cuban Refugees and to those leno
sytnpaJhize With thtm-the undersigned, a
European Spaniard by birth, and who was
brought up in New Orleans, is des ii oas of re?
sponding on the field of honor, and in any way
they may indicate, to those who, in their
meetiuRB and processions in this city, have
shouted 'Death to Spain 1' 'Death to tie Span?
iards I' And whoever mig it desire to take up
the nutter is requested to address himself,
either personally ot through hie fiiendfl. back?
ers or seconds, to the undersigned, from six to J
sight o'oiock in the morning, at the corner ot
Congress and Uoreuu streets, or in the after- ,
noon, from two o'oiock Uli dark* at the office of |
the cemetery on Louisa street, Third District,
j to obtain whatever sa istaocion he or they
might desire, under the penalty, should they
tail so i o do, of being looked upon as impost?
ors, oowards and contemptible boasters.
New Orleans, May 4,1869."
Pepe Llalla or Joseph Dalia, whose name is
signed to the t Love, is a gentleman fi ?ty years
or age, who has been residing in this city for
the last twenty-five years, and is well known
all through the 'J hird. For the last ten years
I he has enjoyed the repatation ot a quiet and
' prospeious citizen, devoting his tune to bis
cemetery. His previous history was, however,
of not so quiet a cberaoter. A response to
L1 ulla's- placard, which was posted about the
street?, and even upon the door of one of the
vioe-gpNuents of the Cuban meeting, was re?
ceived on Thursday. Upou tbat day the name
of Carlos de Mayer, who had resided and had,
perhaps, been born in Cuba, was presented to
Llalla and a verbal acceptance of the chal?
lenge given. Linila thereupon pointed out
the f ct that 'tho demand was not in
writing, and named Alfred Wiltz ai tho
_gentleman who'would serve os his secoud.
I The parties repaired to the County of Carroll
f ton on Sunusf morning last, and the prennii
I naries being ai ranged, the seconds intimated
that the principals would be responsible to
them if either fired before tho command.
Pias, the Cuban's BO ood, then pronounced
tue words, "Are you ready-arel" For more
than a minute after neither par y ma e aoy
movement, bat stood willi arms raised, watch?
ing what the other wou d do. At tho expira?
tion of that time, the Cuban, wno had been
Standing iu the attitude prescribed by the
code, made a step forward, AS he did so Pepe
LIuLu's pistol was discharged. Mayer halted,
made an attempt to raise his pie toi, and rolling
his cv- e likj one who had received a mortal
wound fell Pt awl v backwird. Thc sorte?os,
Dre. Ribot aad Hava, who had been made to re?
main at some distan?a i ff, wore now summoL
ed The ball, upon examination, proved to
have penetrated the breast upon the right
side, sud to have come out at tho back. Ooo
of the seconds of Llu'.la. Mr. Wiltz. now ad?
vanced to the side ot the wounded mao and
Eoffered his assistance and a flisk of brandy,
avec at first declined the latter-?aid that it
was noihing, that he was an o'd soldier, but
was ultimately persuaded to swallow a di aught
upou the advioe ot his surgeon. The snrgoon
ot Pope Lluila having been placed at the dis
po? it (fe of Mayer, the former, with his eoc?
enos, returned to tho city.
HLortlv after lus arriT.il a 6econd challeuee
was tendered him and accepted, and the sec?
ond duel doubtless took place yesterday. j
SUMNER AND "MR." GRANT.
Another Aceaunt of tsxt Snubbing of
Ike Massachusetts Senator.
A correspondent of the New York Herald
gives the folio wi ur version ol the recent "un?
pleasantness" between Senator Sumner and the
Senator Sumner went to the White House to
hare au interview with President Grant. Sum?
ner, .you kr ow, is pompous, and so likewise ia I
Dent, the important usher m chief and card
receiver of the Executive mansion. But the
difference between Summer and Dent is just
this-the former knows bow to ho pompous,
while the latter, though ambitious to exsel in
that line, is sadly deficient m ab li ty. But to
the story. Sumner arrived at the White House,
nd ot course passed to the teodor bands of
Dent. The latter, on hearing the senator's de?
sire to have a talk with the President, dre v
himself ap in an airtsh fashion, rem irked Mat
he would see what could be done, and then
disappeared to announce Sumner's wishes to
the Executive Tvcoon. What Grant told Dent
can only be gathered from what Dent said when
be reappeared in iumii?t'a presence.
"The President wishes me to ask you." ob?
served Dent, "whether your business with bim
to-day is of an important character."
"1 never call to see the Presi ieot." tartly re?
sponded Sumner, with a haugh ty toas ot tb J
head, "nnless I have business of imoortnncc "H
"The President is busily engaged senator .
bm 1 will give, him youi at>Hwer," replied Dent.
"Do so. sir," said Sumner.
Dent disappeared again lox a short time
within the door of the Executive office and then
came forth looking very solemn.
" The President sa>s, senator, that he will
see yon in about fi t tee o min?tes," exe aimed
Dent, bowing at the same time to the senator.
'Tell Mr. Grant." ah outed Sumner, m one
of bis load tones, "that I won't wait fifteen
min?tes for the Emperor of the Frenou, the
Queen ot England or anybody else. Yon may
state also that hereafter "ic Hr. -Grant wants
me he ?an eend for mo," and off walked the
Massaehasett8 senator in a big hoff. The
same day, in conversation wi tn a friend. Sum?
ner was beard lo say that the Wuite House
was now nothing more than a military camp.
Truly Grant ia fretting into not water with the
leaders ot his own party.
TSE MODERN DRAMA.
Olive Logan's Opinion of the Theatrical
Miss Olive Logan writes the following tart
letter to the New York Times, in answer to
some commenta of that journal upon one of
her/ecent lectores :
To the Editor of the New York Times:
Io your issue of to-day \ou are pleased to ac
onse me of "slandering ' the dramatic profes?
sion by cir. am remarks wu, ch 1 made at Stein?
way Hall, ou Wednesday even mg. ibis is a
?trange charge to bring against a woman who
bas sutler- d as mn h as 1 have for insisting
that there are virtue sud honor among tau
members of that proie^sion. On o ie ?.orible
occasion 1 stood np before an audience of three
i h on sand of the moat puritanical people to. be
found in Mew England, and tried to interest
them io the career or a virtuous young ac?
tress. 1 signally failed, and 1 can o -ly ex
pr ss my profound regret that 1 ever was BO
loolhardy as to (Law apoa myself the condemn?
ation of he intel hg nt people by advocan ug
the cause of a profession wh ch is now dis?
graced by its recognition ot these indecent
Toe cases you citi of the successful players
who still rotuiu decency in the dramatic pro?
fession, aie those of Janauucbek itistcri. kira.
Lander and Miss Bateman. Jauaaschek has
ai ways played to empty bouches at the Acade?
my of Music. Baton, as a na ural result ol
skilful manipulating by a>> astute manager,
drew almost as well as ai cn cns tor a few weeks,
bat when the furore died ont, she played for
the pleasure of playing, apparently, for tho
bad to pav for the pr iv.lege. Mrs. La ider, a
trae artist aud u lad v, ia, a is well known, as
unprofitable a "star* as the country aft"jrds,
even wheo backed by two or three strong sub?
sidiary players, whom she takes wm her.
Miss Bateman's success was bo.oro the advent
of the yellow-haired nudities.
Bis des. even if it were quite different, the
persons yon name are players who have toiled
fur many years ia this prof. SSIOJ, and who
have acquired wond-wide celebrity. I retened
the other Dight to d.'bo jut yoong women wbo
are not celebrities-merely hobest, modest
Kurls, whose parents have left them the not
very desirable heritage of the stage, and who
find it difScttit td obl?la any other employment,
being uneducated for auy other. When these
girls go into a theatre tv. apply for a situation
sow, they find that tba requirements of mana?
gers are expressed in the tollo win g questions:
1. "Is your hair dyed yell JW !"
2. ''Are > our legs, arms and bosom symme?
trically formed, and are yon willing to expose
& "Gan yon sing bi a e -ry songs, and dance the
cao-oau, and wink nt meo, a.id give utterance
to dirgus'ing ha.f words which mean whole
4. "Are yon acquainted with any rieh men
who will throw you flowers, and send yon pre?
sents, and keep aflaat dubious rumors con?
cerning yo or obastity ?"
5. "Are yon willing to appear to-night, and
every nig tat, amid tbs glare of gaslights and
before the gaze of thousands of men, m this
pair of satin breeches, ten inches long, with?
out a vestige of drapery on your person?"
"If you caa answer these questions affirma?
tively, we wal give you a situation. If not,
there s the door."
For myself, I left the stage four years ago,
to pursue h teri tor e. With writing and lectur?
ing 1 am able to' earn a decent and dignified
livelihood. I am very tnankful I can do so,
ont my own pnvate s fla ira are not my sole
concern, and "what I coe, I say."
I am sir, very truly, your?.
Af FAIRS IN THE STATE.
Ur. F. A. Miles, wh > waa so badly beaten by
some would -bo assassins at bis store on the
night ot th3 8:h, is improving.
Some of the thieves who shot Mr. Law at his
residence near Florence, last winter, and s ole
his cotton, have been arrested. One of them
bas been lodged io jail at Marion.
The Marion Cresosut Teootts an unprece?
dented quantity of sickness, paiticularly among
children. An epidemic cough and catarrh bas
afflict jd nearly the who e community, and
there has been a great dj ii of suffering;. It
baa not, however, been fatal in its efleo'.s.
At a meeting of the members of tue fire en?
gine company of Marion Courthouse on the
14th instaut, the name o Peedee Fire Engine
Company was agreed ?pou. I ho following
officers were elected to serve for one ye.tr from
the second Mouday in May matant : J. D. ale
Lucas. President; J. M. Jedi neon, Vice-presi?
dent; W.H. Locnw. ol, Secretar); G. Smith,
Treasurer; H. Clarke. F rei D rec or; B. F. Gra?
ham, SecondD rector; A L. Evans, thud Di
Metor; W. C. MoAlillaii Fourth Director Henry
Shaw. B. A. Flowers, Axm'eu; J. D. Montgom?
AK ELOPEMENT AND ITS SLQULL.-ibo AugOA
ta Constitution^!;?., <>. y.s et uv. says: "Aoou*
a week ago tho housch il J of a Carunna taime
named Parker, who resides m Barnwell D.L
ttiot, was distill Odd by the mvsicrious disup
pearauco of ono ot its m m'cia a young and
coufi hug girl of some li. tc n sum uers. Sus?
picion poiniort to her disappearance with a
man numed Boyd, who would uot require
many atroles oi ouret cont to constitute iiim
"truly lon" in olor aud vho had abandoned
bis own wife and oluldr. n about be s m i
period, in the samo Leignhoruood. Tue anx?
ious and distressed fattier arrived in fuis city
vest ord av morning in search of bis ab
sent and misguided child. Boyd, wita
a heartless.io s only equalled by the
cruel abandonment of his wifj and children,
by in; muan n g ovei tures of morr.age, had in?
duced the trusting girl to forsake uer home to
join and share his uuccrtiiu fortunes iu this
cuy. Arriving here, lie i rovided lier with a
home of questicnab e comfort, in a rude shun y
on Bay btreet. When tue rather und tho offi?
cers visited tho houso, \osterday morning.
Boyd was said to be abseil at work in Ham
buig. Failing to R:;t a Kliinpse of him, tho
fattier succeedc l in inducing his daughter to
return to her home, without Laving anv o illi?
ston with tho man to whom she had committed
FOREIGN ITE MS.
-Since 1852 the French public debt has been
increased $861,200 OOO,
-Mr. Burlingame's Chinese embassy leaves
France for Prussia next week.
- Qneen Victoria bas corresponded regularly
with the old King -of Prussia ever since her
daughter married his son.
-A silk weaver in Lvons has invented &
loom so simple tbat an entire revolution in
the manufacture of silks and satins is pre?
-Bismarck, it is reported, lately enid, in
reply to some English criticism on bia poli
j cy, "If 1 were an Abyssinian, or a Hindoo,
or even an American, I might, perhaps, care
what England thinks. Bot being a European,
I do not."
-Vast rnins have been discovered in the
Zulu country in South Africa-obelisks with
colossal carvings, tenaces, and halls of benn
stone, or cut ont of the solid loci. The na?
tives regard them with mysterious awo, and
keep s ti angers trom them, for fe<r if they are
approached no iain will fall for three yeats.
-According to Chinese writers, the great
bell of Canten was east five centuries ago. At
first a i person was bold enough to strike it
Afterward, bowevtir, ono o' the officials order?
ed it to be et rook, whereupon upward of one
thousand infants, malo"* and fernab, died
throughout tho city. .On this account, young
children, both boys and girls, were made to
wear clothing with fringes, to which email
silvei bells were attached, as a charm to ward
off the evil influence.
-A gentleman in search of lodgings in Paris
inquired the pries ora room, and was told tbat
it was six hundred francs a year. Remarking
that it was too high, be crossed the street and
found another precisely l.ke tho first, which be
was told was eight hundred francs. "Two
hundred fr mes more than the ot ber side of ti; o
street ?" "Ab 1 but if Monsieur should happen
to die in this housa be would be buried at
Pere la Chaise, while if he should dit on the op?
posite side o. the street he won d be carried to
-Victorien Sara in, the popular French dr?.,
mat ist, ten years ago fonnd himself standing,
one wintry night, in a doorway, with a roll ot
refused manuscript m his pocket, witn the 1
wind and rain penetrating btu miserable cloth?
ing, without money and without friends, and
worse than all, with an inexorable landlord
who bad turned him into tho street to starve
or to frece ; I Now ho receives a thousand
francs a day for bis pieces; he owns the mag?
nificent chateau ot Alaria, on the hill, near >
Malmasion; he lately built a busiuess house in 1
Paris to reut, and he has money in the funds. *
-The danica d'honneur at tho French court f
re?oive each a salary of about ?430 per annum. t
They are not lodged in the palace, but apart- <
men ts are assigned to them in Paris. The gen- c
fiemen of the court and the demoiselles d'bon- }
nenr. however, have rooms in the Tuilerie-. <
The day's service of the dame d ho incur, or, '
as we should say, Ialy-in-waiting, docs not J
commence until ha'f-past twelve, wheu a court j
OJrrirge is Bent to tho one on duty to convey (
her to the palace. Tho E n poror and Empress J
breakfast quietly together ai eleven A. M., and ,
at on J tho Erapross requires tho attend tnco of i
ber suite. Th? ladv-i?-w?t?Tn* wwpmkrm to tbs 4
drawing r JOIU, and is present at the auJioneos ,
given there by the Empress; a drive follows, <
and sh) then roi urns hone to dress for din- '
nor; the court carriage is absolutely at her j
service and oi ders tor the whole term of tho t
week's duty. Dinner over, if there aro no tho- 1
atneal entertainments, childish games are al- j
lowed for the am uso meut of the Prince Imp?- \
rial. Tea ls introduood at ton. There was |
very lately a violent discussion betweeu tho '
dames and demousblles d'honneur as io which -
of'he two had the right of handing to tho Em?
press hor cup of tea. But as th j damas d'hon?
neur urged that they presided over the tea
table tbev triumphed, and to them the privilege
was conceded. At 11.80 P. M., the court car?
riage once more conveys the lady back to her
apartments. It is tho custom, while in Paris,
for two always t J be on duty at tbe same time. !
TRAGEDY TS NEWMAN. OKOBOIA.-A lamenta?
ble homicide occurred in the Town ot Newan,
Georgia, on Sunday last. It seems that there
had boen a game ot base hall played in which
the umpire was Hinton Wright, soo of The Hon.
W. F. Wright, and Edgard Robinson was one
of tbe principal players. In rendering the de?
cision, Robinson complained that Wright bad
decided a g A mst him unjustly. This lead to sn
altercctio.1 upon the ground, without any seri?
ons result. The young men parted and did
not meet any more nntil Sunday, when both
attended the Baptist Churoh at Newan. After
service the young men were the first to leave
the eli ur cu As soon as they were outside an
altercation arose bot ween them, in which
Bobiosor. was shot dead by Wright. Four
shots were fired all of wbicn took effect in or
near the heart of the unfortunate young man.
Wright was immediately taken in charge by
the marshal of ewnan and tal>en to the hotel;
bnt he managed to moko his escape, and ac
lost accounts was still at large. Tue impres?
sion was that Lo wmld give himself np as
soon as be ebal! havn communicated with bis
father, who was on his plauiatiou at the time
of the homicide. Bath ot these young men
belonged to highly respa -taols families. Both
families were un the most intim tte terms.
The yonug men were each about twenty years
THE COTTON CBOP IN Gtaiaoia.-The Quit
man (Ga.) Banner of the 13 h instant saja:
Mr. R. R. Renfrow was in our office on Wed?
nesday, and informed as that his cotton was
looking remarkably well, and on a recent ex?
amination he discover d "formB" in abun?
dance. This IB much better than we expected;
for the recent cold nights bave had a teudency
to retard the growth ot cotton.
Per contra, the Early County (Ga.) News
We hear a great complaint from the farmers
of every part of this section that tbs cotion
plant is dying in considerable quantities. It
is thought in many p ac s, as uoed is t carce,
that tbe cotton will bo ploughed up and corn
planted in us stead Tho neavy raius aud coid
snaps have grea Iv injured coltou, and the
d. m tge is bei .ig apparent under the influence
of warm woaihcr.
Tho Albany News, of Ihe 14th instant, say.s :
We are assured by plant?is who know more
from txpuneuuo than all the theorists in tho
Wund about thu c? i ci pi liar, that it has mada
Its ann nra ncc IA liiis section, uni that from
their knowledge ot its o.igin. progress and
-avugus, mu most soriou apprehensions may
11 ten for lite b iiotv of thu i>i'<*souc crop.
rBAZNiNO THE L4us.-A Leavenworth pa?
per bi oajiiL? a Kr'nu pr jucc, by w.i.ch Chicago
i ropose-> lo d.stance, .td il j r.vals. A Suip Cuiiul. !
one i ousand fuel broad and sixty tee; deep, is
to bo construct d ncrosa ihe State of Illinois, 1
io sumo pon t ou <lie .MisBisBippi ll,ver. onough 1
below the level of Lake Mici.ig tn to admit of a
steady flow ot wa<er into ibo ..lissi'-sippi. Thc ?
following r suits aro to ensue: ibo river St,
Lawrence will bec une bur a brook. Niagara
Falls will Bland a <iamp ?all of ruck, if indeed,
thu water duea nut fl w back over them, (bretti
by the tiemendous sm-lion of Chicago; Luffa- ,
io, Cievuiaud D.'.-ro.t and Mi. wa uki? will bu
sixty f ei ?i hove thu pre.-o.it high water 'nark,
aud iriilioua uf acres of i.ew I md will appear
in the BUaliuw lakes. New Yor.? would be uo
wbere. Hie larg? st vessels ;n thu w: rid would
nuvigato the Mn-Husippi, ' aud deana tues ot'
txi'raoidiiiory putei"-w<? quulo rho Leaven?
worth p;i|HT-'Would brili^' Sailing VC8HC.?
fruin Ne>v Orleans tu Chicago in :ourdays."
The work win co. t on.? $84 100,000; and Chica?
no, with thu help uf Leavenworth, aili ?aise
thu hule amount in a mw days.)
RAILROAD STOCK INFLATION.
St?nd from TJnder--Stoct?i at Fabulous
Valuation-Ute CMitb that ju nat
Water is not costly. The Now York Com?
mercial ?nd Financial Chroniob publishes a
hst of twenty-eight great railroads whoso ag?
gregate stock in 1867 was $287 086,000, w.iich
in two years have watered their atook to tho
cx(< nt of 1113,618.000. their present aggregate
valuation being $400 68i 000.
But this is not all. I he nine leading roads
in the list bad. in 1855, a total capital stuck ot
183.309 000. They have now, to represent sub?
stantially the same property.or with proportion
alely small additions, a caph a I ?rock of $203 -
683 OOO The increase is $125 374 000. or o e
huudied and fifty per cent., and consists al?
most wholly of water.
But this is not the whole of tho inflation.
Not mere y has the bonded debt been lu 'nany
instances seriously mere std BO that tho prop
perty left to be represented' by the stock is
ici itally 1- 84 to ni it WHS thoo, bu, tue inn kot
price of tl.e smelt itself has, in mjst oa^es, ad?
vanced enormous j
lu this comparison it wou'd not bo just to
take tho prices of stocks b fire tho war. nor
even the pauic prices modi) uj.o.i tho conclu?
sion of peaco, whe i den>rs were expecting a
speedy return to -pecio pay mom, a.ul the con?
st qtie.it eclosi?n of tho enormous speculative
buob.e. Hut in the winter und s.ir.ng of 18G4.
ii w i: be remembered, tho prices of rai road
bu cKs were rapidlv ndvanced by active specu -
lanon; tbou-unds of people f om all p rta of
the country bought tut m re?aidless . f cost;
ihe om minitv discussed their fluctuations os
tho einet topic of the day; an excitement l ko
Ibo iradi tiona! fever of the Misse ipni bubblo
iu Loudon pervaded Wali-streoi and a treat
part ot ti.e city; and whilo nianv cool and long
h.adj withdrew trom bus;Dess in stock?,
through dread ot the reaction, tho mu'titudo
went on giow.ng rich by Selling to ono another
at eiioimous advances, uutil a ?uddeu d mund
for money struck thom with p..mo. und the
pnces of some slocks tell more than fatty dol?
lars a abare before the owueis could hear of
Ibo Chi oniclo continu s with figures, show?
ing that railroad stoats Generally i.avo > cen
euormouHlv inflited, and adt's tint whether
tho heh' mi- bo thu hulloing of new roads or
the purchase of old it is ojtuin that it illan?
gi rous ?nd that (be speculative fevor now ra -
ein? io railroad property, exoaeditig bv tar
everyihiug bit bei io known in the markets of
thin couu ry. has reached a height at which
prudent men will wish not to meet itt haz irds.
When the revulsion doe* come, ibo rum of u
will be the wider and the moro lasliug for
avery citizen who engages in it now.
TUE LONDON MUSIC MALLS.
A Strange Scene.
The following pathetic account of the sing
ng of "Father Come Home, ' io ono ol the
music halls in London, is from the oarrespond
mee of tho Tioy (N. Y.) Times:
Having reached tho hall, we paid an admis?
sion fee of .-ix peno. i'here was a verv r eat
itace, paudy dtop-sceno. Hide wings and a io -
.T?blv g<?ud orcucsira. I i the s.ulls hat tue
ihairman, to keep order over ns motley au au
liouco as ever was out of tho gallery uf ibo
Victoria. All appoiroi plentiluily? sup lied
vith porter, and all were enjoyiug their pipes
o such un extent aa lo mike me piuco alun st
lufJoeutini;; for thorc tn tnt havo bo ?ti un andi*
moe of noui i? Uv* bunitred. A nigger "walt
:ouud" was just being fiaished and tim shouts
A '"ei c ire," waist hug and Btaminnar of
cot mido the hall perfectly bowilJer
i>g. A namo ivas announced from Ibo chair
nai, i winch we could not catch, aud
imidst clapping of hands and Slumping
4 fun I, Nt- - ?kw- t- ni?l?lii III m
?oas:I" 'tho waiters called loadlv,' Any moro
laders?" and these bun.tr taken and uuiy exe
:u od. all soemed to settlo do.vn qui.tly to
isteti to thc song, 'ihero was tho s> mphony
md buzz of "i bis is it I" and wo began to lo?l
uixious. t're.-ouLly a f malo carno in front of
be curta n, amidst ereai applause, and com?
menced '"Either, dour father." 4c. Every word
vas distinct, and she sam; tho ballad w th ure.it
.'.eliog. la oidor to fuilv describa the scene
ivhich fillowcd o-icii vor.su, it is uocossary to
jive "Little Mary's" sonsr :
'Father dear f tibor, come hora? with mo c w,
the clock lu tue steeple strikes one (j ngl)
Son promise I. dear lath r, uiat you would come
Aa <oon as your day's work was don \
Our fire oas ?< ne out-our hou-e U ail dark,
and XQotbarV brea wat- hln^r since tea,
Wilb p<>or little Benny, sa 'ick in ber arma,
And no one to h -Jp her bat me,
com-1 omo, come u me, come home,
1 lease, laihsr, a ar ia.nur. come h.me."
At the ooDC'usion of the last line tho drop
scene drew up, disclosing the father sitting at
the t'oor of a public bouse in a drunken, be
muddled state, with his pipe and pot before
him. Little Marv was trying to drag him from
his seat, at the same lime pointing to the cur?
tain behind, as she took up tho refrain from
the lady, and touchingly san?, "Come home,"
&c. 1 hui other curtain was now drawn aside,
disclosing a wretched room, with tbe poor
mother sitting on the ground with asi.kly
looking b y in ber lap. and in the act of feed?
ing him with a spoon. Simultaneously with
the drawing of th . curtain, the lime light was
brought to bear upon the tableaux, giving
them a truly scaitliug effect. After a moment
or two tbe act-drop came down, ana tho lady
"Father, dear father, come home with me now,
'1 he dook lu the steeple strikes two I IRO. g. gong,)
Ihe night has grown oadcr, sud Benny Is worse,
But he baa been collin" tor you.
Indeed he te worn*-mother ea* H be will die,
lei bann before tnorulug nhall dawn,
And than was ih- menaaa*1 "be sout oe to bring
Come quick y, or he will be gone.
Come hom**, come home come borne.
P eau-, l?dier, d ar lather, come home."
The uct-di. p rises attain, and now the child
has bold of tim powter pot trying to tako it
trom her druukoii parent, and, as sbo contin?
ues the two last liocs, ' Com J home," &c, tho
other cu iain is drawn aside, and we next eeo
the child 8trolcuod>out on i'S motuei's la >, und
as it just raises its little head and falls ba"it
with a gasp, with the l>me-ligbt reflecting
strongly upon it, there was a reality about the
whole leiTible to view. Sobs were heard from
the female portion ot tho audience, wbile tears
trickled down many a rough male cheek. We
have seen "Siisan Hoploy," 'Jane shore,"
'.The Stranger," "E ist Lynne." and other ef?
fective pieces played, but nover bet?re did we
witness Buch i sceno of general crying. Even
the lady who sang tho song was affected and
could scarcely proceed with the third verse:
'?Fatber. dear futter, come boma with mo now,
lae elock In thc; steeple strike- tareel ((jong, gong,
Tho hou e s co lonely, tbe boars are so loDg,
For poor weeping utotber sud me.
Yei, we ?re ulono- nooi Benny is dead,
And gouii with the aosiels of llgutj
And tbeso nvru inc v rv bat wo di that ho said:
I want o k ss papa-gooi Dight
Ci m : nom ', oom J borne, .omo home,
Please tattier, d^ar latlier. como noai.\"
Again the drop rose, disclosing littio Mnry
on her knees appealing to ber lather, .ho, with
.jot eleva i id. ia in tb'.! act of s ri tiing ber with
it ins .-die simts. "Come hume" and then thu
back curium draws aside, chowing the mother
ptny.ng over In r child's roiliu. lim; now 'ho
Beb-from tho audie co biuii out still moro
freely, and t wo lem iles were cirnel out until?
ing * The scone was uroly harrowing, and wo
gladly turned our c>os away. Au additional
verse was sung ubout "I'oor Bunny" being
with thu a ii;els ubovu. Tue i'rop rose; thu
falber, sob r uow, is weeping over the coffin
with the m ither, and liitlo alar? en bet knees,
singing, 'linnie, homo, dear father como
homo." At this moment the o'her cnrlain is
dru ?rn aside, und linio Dinny is suspended
aver tho oofli.i wild wmes, bUUiin-j d wu upon
themauu p unting upward. The father fills
forward ou bis face, the aoi-dropdo?C3uds. and
tor n m. nu e ali is hushed 6uve the sobs of tho
t?males in tho audi once.
-Four capital Preachdmoors, Messrs. Clod
?clio, Flaj>ler, Normando and C< met, havo
b.-ou eimag iii bv tho managers of Ntbiu's
(jardo , at wbvou theatre they an Dream tty
to appear. I b-y will do tho ca i-can as ii is
donn ia Paris, aod as it has never been dot e
iu Arnot ici,. Certain:/a sensation.
-A'l tho sovereigns ut Europe have now
contributed money io tho moaument to b^
oreo (vd at Trieste, iu honor i/i tho Emperor
Maximilian. Thc -Sultan tout one thousand
tior:us).:;ud tho Gang of Italy two thousauu.
.10" EXECUTORS1 FINAL NOTICE.-NO
TICK 18 horaby given that on the fifteenth day of
June en rai na at Twelve noon, the undarsigm-d will
-applv to th* Judge ot Prob ito or Charles'on County
for a Qnal discharge sa Executors cf ?hi of the late
THOMAS M. HUM-'.
E< w. (j. HU11E )
J >HM S. MI L'OH?LL, H. D., J Executors.
T. GKANGE SI ilO.N'% )
May IB_trnth imo
$3" OFFICE COU .SIT COMMISSIONERS,
FIRrPRuOF BOTLi>I.?G, CHARLESTON. H. C.,
MAT 14. 1863.--eded proiio<al* will bo recoiled at
this office unto tn 33tu ?mtaat inclusive, to "build
a suitable, UKI UGii /or the public una and conveni?
ence ovc-r Ibo .:re;lt koowa as Oharch < 'reo'*, which
creek now separates Walmalaw iHland from John's
Po- all informition eonaected with this work ap?
ply at this offlee.
By order ot the Board. F. C. MILLER,
Ma; 16 itathO fl Chairman Roard.
?*A SUPPLY Ol'1 CHOICE NEW ORANOE
t'OUNl? BOTTER. Fulton Market Bepf, in half
ond qnarter barn?:* W\I tl. iTOIWf * k .'*>.
83- CHAULES* LONDON COliUiAL UlN,
OR HUBE I.IQDO'l OF JUNIPKR BERRIES.-Tb?
lavorile brand of PDR.<. LONDON ?'OUDIAL GiN
has stood the test ol time, nutation, piracy. bh;h
tariffs a'd un lair compet? .ion, and still oajoys a con?
stantly mjreastug sae; shDWIna; that true merit
docs not always go unappreciated.
CHARLES' i.ONDON COHDIAL GIN
Is offered to tue pahlic as a perler.ly reliable sped
fl' li alt casu ot Unease! Ulai 1er an J Ka.1 leys, lt
acta directly on these o gaits, with a difMfMM and
speociiue-s, which runder lt Invaluable to persona
mfforins from Gravel, Diahotes. IuJuie.l blidder,
scan iv and blghly-oolored uria-, aad in all cases
wii. ri;, Iron wuato.er cause,a hoalthlal diurotic ia
Lad ie J subject to paln'ulmenitruatloo, can by the
une of CORDIAL OIN - a few days previous to and
during iilne*s obtahi grear relief. In euoh instances
it should be taken with sugar and warm water.
As a tonk and beverage this GIN ls uuaqualled, as
lt posaesse? none ot the heidache pr ?parda* to be
fouod l? tboee poianas, now too frequanUy sold un?
der the names of Gin, Brandy Whiskey, Ac.
JOHN FvHENRY. oolo Importer*,
No. 31 Park How. New York.
For sale in Charleston, South Carolina, by Dr.
U. HAU:, RAODLA LYNAH, W. A. SKBI.NK, G.
W. AIMAR, ED. S. H'JHNHAM and A. W. fcCFEL
A CO tmtlis<?o?3mo? nari Feb nary 2fl
?aY* TIES. SCARFS, QLUVE-, UNDER?
WEAR AND HOSIERY, at
May ll baths_No. 710 glng-Mwt.
?S-HALF WAY UP LOOKOUT MOUN?
TAIN, tte place where mern >ry ls stirred by a
thousand thrilling a-socla tiona, and whore the brave
boys ol both srmlee met and fought hun I to hand,
where the blood ol both (neut und foe was mingled
together ..nd ruo dowu the aaonntaiu-sldein iivaieta,
is a >m o h faced rock, upon whinb a poor, wounded
Saldier iuscnbJd tho following:
"S. T.-1*60-X -har y lu Ihe billi?I wa? wound?
ed, and carrio l to tliis spot by two c evor -Yanks.'
I hey bad . me farewell, as (he. su.ipnsed, lo dio, for
1 ?as ?o wean tram loss ot l>looj thit I c.uld but
lain:ly thank them lor their kin ines-. 1 buy lett In
my ran'eeo a part bottle ol PLANTATION DIT
1 ERS. lo wbl h I owe m /lifo, lot it strong! heui-d
me, and kept life within nie until ho! 3 rame sud my
wound waa dressed. God blesa th' m ior their kicd.
nets, and for tho PLANTATION BlffKBS,
Company B, 10th Georgia."
MAGNOLIA WATT.n.-Sn trior to tho best Imported
German Cologne, and sold at half the price.
Muy 18 tuthsS
MTUNII'ED SIAIES INTERNAL REVE?
NUE - COLLECI OR'S OFFICE. SECOND Dis.
THIOT, 80CIH CAROLIN A-CHARLES I ON, MAY
1,186'J.- The undorslgnad, Collector, will be in at?
tendance at No. 48 Broad-street. Charieston, anti!
May 81st, to receive trout re Ideuta o' the City of
Charleston, SI. James' Saut?e, SL Jame-'Goosecreek,
St 1 bomas and St Dennis, st John'? Oorkele?, SL
John's colleton, Kt. Andrew's, St stephen's and
Christ Church, Special or License Taxes, also laxes
on lucina \ Billiard Tables, carriages, I'la e and
Gola Wa tr li cs, included lu tho snnual list tor 18?9.
Unless payneuta are mids oa or bet?re tho day
above named, the l\w imposes additional oharges.
Taxpayers are inform d that the Collector has no
power to deduct the five par cut penalty an 1 one
per cent per month Interest on taxes not pa d with?
in thc (Imo specified In <he notice*.
Neither is the Collector responsible If the parties
who require License? do not receive their notices, as
they are Invariably put tn tho Poetofflce. A Ll Licenses
axe due ten days from dat? ol notice.
WILLIAM H. CLOUT ii AN",
May 4 tutus Collector.
BAILS.-A BRANCH OF DB. VERGIL'S (OF NEW
YORK) Electro-Chemical Batos is now establ'shed
and in daily operation in Meeton", oue door a:.ova
Budaon-streot, over the office ol Dr. P. T. .?CHLEY,
who has a private room for the especial accommoda,
(ion ol thote who w?h to be tn ar-u by tho Modi
cited Baths, which are celebrated tor the curs ol all
diseases produced by the too liberal use ut Mercury
in any of tts form*; also Rheumitiain, acute and
chronic; Gout, Lead Poisoning ia auy form, Nervous
Affections, Debility, and Chronic DUeasoi gener?
Dr. 6. will administer the Baths hy instructions
direct from tho discoverer, Dr. V., which embrace
many recent and userai btu ts.
May 3 Imo
49- A HOUSEHOLD ELIXIR AUAPtED
TO ALL CLIMATES.-It wou d bo a happy thing for
the world it all the excitants at preseut used m the
practice of m-dlciue could be ?wept out ot exist?
ence, and HOSTET FERU STOMACH BI f TER j
substituted in their place. There U . prooabllity,
too, that this desirable substitution m ty oue day be
accomplished. Certain ic is, tb it the OKI-AT VEOE
TABLE TONIC is gradually displac?/ g them, and that
the con?denco of the people 111 fis saulturv nod rav?
ing properties Increases with ovary passim; year.
' Figures that caonot Ho" showiha to bethefict.
No medicinal preparation enjoys the like pof.uUrlty
among ail classes and conditions, in every sectloa ot
thoeouatry. As au appetizer, a general luvigoraut,
a remedy for indigestion, a rurt lor intermittent aud
remittent fevers, aicntle cathartic, a specific for
flatalouey and soar atom ich. a izenile J.ure.ic, a
nervine, u blood depuren', a aped ic tor sick bead
ache, a mild anodyne, and, above all, asuraoiio
net AO.UNsr EPIDEMICS, lt li uuqua-tiouati y the
Ki.o-u.AHD MEDICINE 01 tho wi o> U ii oJ Mates. Iz.
Hu- towns and Oitios ft is it.oral'y u UOOSEUOI.D STA?
PLE. Mothers bdicve in it. ahe: llaJ il a "mo-' ut
helplti time of tembl?,"-a sat.-and iilei-iui r-m
?dy tor'ho various aliments lo windi I heir sex is
ex'luslvelysubj it. Mau b-ne ei - it, o- .uv it
relreahes and iavigoritos IW b.iJy uud thc m.nd,
and tonea both without exciting either.
May 13 _LAC_0_
S3- SO CURE I Nt) l'A? I-FOUUli3l*S
JUNIPER TAB ls warranted to euri' Cou .hs, t roup,
Hoarseness, Sors Throat . pitting ol Ulool und
Luug Diseases. Immediate reliei proJured. Iry
it; ff not sat-fled, return the empty bjttles aud cet
your money back.
Bold wholesale and B?tail by the Agent,
G. w. al M sit. Drucgist,
Corner Kim; ond Vuniieruorst directs.
j?y Price 36 cents.
February il DAO _tutbs3moa
JCS" BATCH ELOR'S HAIR D?E.- 1 HIS
splendid Hair Dye is die be?t in the worid; tho only
true and por fact D>e; harmless, rehabing iuj>a la?
mons; no disappoiatm nt; no ua?LUioua nu's; :em>
ed.es the Ol effects of bad dve-<; invigorates arfd
leaves the bair soft an J bea nt: ul blue!: or bro in.
>oId ly ah Druggets aud Pen amer-; aad properly
applied at Batchelors Wi?' Factory, No. - Bond
street, New York. lyr M.. y 15
?- SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATE
COMPANY, OHlRLE-TON. 8. C.-STATS OP
sODTH CAROLINA, OHABLB4TON COUNTY.
Personally ap wared before me, GEOBOE S. CAME?
RON. President, and THOMAS H. CROFT, Secre?
tary, of the So i th Carolina Phosphate Company,
who being duly sworn, depose that the Capital of
the f aid souib Carolina Phosphate Compiny to the
extent of ONE HU ND RHO THOUSAND DOLLARS
baa * cen paid into tbe Treasury ol said Company in
current funds. GEO. S. CAMERON.
TH03. H. OBOFT.
Sworn to before me, Ibis 15th day of May, Anno
Domini, 1SS9. OtO. WM. LOGAN, (i s]
OFPIC2 SOUTH CABO LINA PHOSPHATE COM?
PANY. CHELESTON, H. C.. MAY 19. 1869.-The
above affidavit has been dui? flied in the office of
the Secretary of .sta's of South Carolina al Colombia
in accordance.with the charier.
TH Os. H. CBOFT, Secretary.
May 20_ tb3?
17, 1H69.-At the third anniversary meeting of the
Draymen's Benevolent Aasoclatlon, held on the 17th
uh., at their Hall, No 6 Jo in-street, tbe following
offloera were elected to serve tor the ensuing year,
W. L. TURPIN. President.
H. 8. MCNEILL. vice-President.
E. H. KB?AV, Secretary and Treasurer.
L. GFH\hDEAC, Chaplain.
Committee on Finance-W. H. Jenkin?, Chah man;
J. Mitchell, Thom JR GranL
Co mmittee on RU.t .dvntnl and Relief- Thomas
Kirk, Chairman; A. McPherson. H. McPherson, B.
Investing Committee-% Morrison, W. Lewli.
Oommittee on Letteri.-Wm. blanchard, Chairman;
Wm. WiLersou, 0. Gibbs.
Steward*.-ihoxnM Wilson, C. J. Jenkins.
tO-1 HE NEA 1 EST, THE QUICK HST AND
THE CHEAPEST.-1 BK NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
14J EAsT BAT, having replenished ita Steck with a
ne v and lara? assortment of material of ene finest j
quality and latest styles, ia prepared io execute, at
tbe shortest not;co and m the beat mai,ncr, JOB
PBIN TINO of every de-cripbon.
Call sod examine tba scale of prices before giving
your orders elrewberc
?S-L AGER BEER AT $225 PER DOZEN, OR
M lu per case. Cbampaiina Cider in glass-quarts
ano pinta. A new supply received thu week. Also,
a superior article ol FRENCH CL A ULT ou draught.
WM. 8. CORWIN ft CO.,
_Nd r,ii Klog-treet.
?"CREDITORS' NO iTCE.-ALL FKR.SON8
indebted to Mr. OEOBOE H. O BC BEB are requested
to m iii o payments to either Mr. GEORGE H.
GRUBEH, orto Mr O. W GRC3ER, (lo be found at
Messrs. CORWINS rtTORE.Rl ^G-STREET,) during
the mouth. After tbe first of Jun ?, all indebtedness
uopatd will be placed int > tbe ban Ja ol a Magistrate,
in order to wind np the affair* as speedily as possible
H. GKBDl -j ft CO.,
MAT 10 Imo A eeo ts lor Creditors.
?.UNION BANK OF S?U I II CAROLINA.
CH?BLESTON. APKIL 29. 18?9.-ibo Comptroller
Ocncral of the Slate lianne, approved the official
statement of thia Bank, and au'borlzeJ the resump?
tion of business under tbe provisions ot the late Act
of tho General <> ssembly. the U ard ol Directors de?
sire a meeting of the Stockholders in connection
A meeting will therefore bo held at the Banking
Rome, DU last Bay-street, on THO**U>ix,~20lb May
proximo, at Twelve o'clock M.
By order of the Board.
May ll tu'ba H. D ALVX*NDBR. Cashier.
?- ROS AD ALIS IS A CEU IAIN CCRE
tor tho ? orst forms of Rheumatism. It never fails.
B?XTTMOBZ May 90, 18C8.
DB. J. J. LAWRZNCZ- Drar Sir: Your "RoflJdalls"
?baa prover a grad success in my case ol' Chrome
BbeumirUm and Neuralgia, attar hiving tried la
Vain lor two months to gat relief from otber sources.
It certainly ia worthy of ulai by any person so
Very respectfully, yours, ftc,
THOMAS H. GORE.
Dear Sir: This is to certiy that I have been afflict?
ed with Rueumatism for the past Ove or six years,
many time? unable to move I tried all medicines
recommended to me for the disease, without receiv?
ing any benefit. Having heard "Roeadalls" highly
spolion of. I procured a bottle, and finding some re?
lief continued lt until I am happy to say that 1 am
I net only consider the "Booadalia" a sovereign
remedy for Rheumatism, but I believe ls also a pre?
ventive, and I obeertully recommend it to the "af?
flicted." Yours, very truly,
For sale by
GOODRICH, WIN EM AN ft CO.,
Irr porters of Drugi and Chemicals,
May 15 ' atnths_Charleston, 8. 0.
SS- SARATOGA "A" 8PRING WATER.
Saratoga, in tbe Sta'e of New York, is one of the
most remarkable mineral reservoirs upon tbe surface
of the globe. Within au area of a milo in diameter
are some thirty mineral springs-no two of them
alike. In tome of toe waters. Chloride of Sodium
predominates; lu others, Iodine. Magnesia, Sulphur,
Chalybeate, ftc The beneficial effects of some of
these witera, aa medicinal agents, are known
throughout the civilized wo Id. Probably one hun?
dred thousand persons visit these Springs auLual y.
Many hundred thousand bottles of the water are
transported and consumed in the various localities
of the country.
The SARATOGA "A" SPBING WATER ia pro?
bably the most effective minorai water found on
either continent. It will be observed that it has ten
per sent, greater mineral properties than tho cele?
brated Congress Spring; lour tunes that of Baden
Baden of Austria; Ava times that ol' ats la Chapel 1?
InPrU'Sia; t*ice that o? Vh-by in .Vrance; nearly
three urnes greator iban the renowned Seitaer of
Germany; and eq lally over the spaa of Bath, Eng?
land, and Bissengeu in Barana.
The reputation of this water is based upon its
effects in diseases of the stomach, liver, towel.-,
kldnevs, and spleen, and acta with wo'iflefful bene?
fit in cases of Chronic Dydpcpsii, Constipation,
Gravel, Gout, Scrofula, Cutaneous Affections, Geue
tal Lethargy, Soreness, and Prostration ot tbe aya
The value of mineral waters bas been prized and
acknowledged by medical men since the earliest
c vi izallou. A eel- bra.c l author ty caye: "The vir
Urns ot iuiuera waters I ave bene best shown ia the
treaimeut ol ob-cure und chronic discaees."
Agent lor tue Saratoga "A" Spnug Water,
Jolis P. HENRY.
No. 21 Park Lo?v, New York.
told m Charleston, S C., nv O. W. AIM AH, W.
A. SF HINE, RAOUL ft LYN.VH, A. W. LeKEb ft
CU.. ED. S. BU UN UAH and Dr. ki. BUB.
F?i.tuary 23 na.o tuthsrow3:uos
tar I LIAM ?J? CHI SOL? JU.
FACTOID, COMMISSION MERCHANT8
WILL ATTEND TO TUE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT ito Foreign and domestic Portel ol
COTTON, BICE, LUMbEB AND NAVAL B?OBEb.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, ti. 0.
S. WILLIS.A. R. CHIf-OLM
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?will rename ber tups to bi? to rle pointa la
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REG ULAR LIKE EVERT WEDNESDAY,.
FA8WOK J?40. .' ~
THE S1DEWHEEL 8T?AM3HIP
SARAGOSSA, OapuiO 0. T TD aa, will
l6?-e Va'BdHinoral't ?'mn, OB WKD-S>
? xxsnar. May 26,1869 ai - o'clock.
May 80_KAVH .NKL A- < o. ,MDu,
NEW YU UK AMD CH A UL KOTO M
STEAMSHIP LINE. ?
FOR .NEW YORK.
CABIN PASSA3E $20.
THF. t-Pl.tNPID STDE-VTHEEL
re!TKAW?BIP CHAMPION. P. W.
LOCKWOOD Command, r. will tail
from anger'? .-out ti witurt on "AT.
CUD AT, tho 2'ld loaf., at half-past 4 o'clock P.M.,
49* An extra charge of 16 made for Tic'.-ot a pur- '
shiaed on board alter saillog
ay No Blha of Lading signed after the steamer
ay Throngh Billa La ling gwen for Cotton to
Bo-ton and Providence, fi. L
iff Marine luraranee by thia Hoe % par cant. -
Sb?"- The Meso?-TH of thia Hoe uri drat class, in
?very respect, and their Tabla? are - u wlipd with all
the delicacies ot the New York and Cnarloaton mar
For Freight or Passage, apply ta
JA M. Kc) ADO t h a JO. Agents,
Corner Adirer** Wharf and Kaat Bay ilip-- mm.)
kW 'Ihe MANHATTAN follows on SATOBDAX, the
?tb Instant, at 9 o'clock A. M.
REG ULAR EVERT TRI RS DA Y.
THE STEAMSHIP PR0HE
[THb.CS, Captain GHAT, will have
- NortL Atlantic Whan, on FBXDAT,
.May 21. at li M.
For Freight, apply to
JOHN ii rn KO. GETTY,
May 17 North Atlantic ? nari.
PACIFIC MAIL, sikA-UMiir comp Y S
TBBOCOH 103... Jjfl
CALL? OK NU. CHINA AND JAPAN.
CBA>QE OP SA I LIU O DA rs I
Si H A Vii-KS Of Jill! ABOVE
line I'-avo pier No 43, North hiver,
fool ot Canal-ttieet Nsw York, at
V2 o'clo' k noon, of ta* 'pt. nth ind
Slit of every montb lexcept when ilene nate* tall
BO Sunday, then the Saturday aneadme>.
I>i ariurt- ot lat and Hat concret at V'Jcama witt
.taamers tor south Pantile and Central Americas
turn Those ot lat touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of lltb oi each month connects with
the new ateam Une from Panama to Australia and
steamship GRE Af REPUBLIC l?av?a Ess Frat ?ii-.
co lor china aud Japan Julv 3. 1819.
No California steamer* tomeo, at Havana, bat ge
direct from New Ifork to AsplnwaU.
One hundred pounds baggage tree te ?ach adult,
Medicine aud attendance tree.
For Pa.<sace lockets or i arther information apply
at tbe cov PA v y's j K Ka-1 OFFICE, on the wharf,
toot of Canal-street, Not tb Uiver N<>w York.
March 18 . lvr_F. H. VAUT. Aawot,
FOR 6KMKOKTOW.1, S. C.
THE STEAMER EMILIE. 04.PT.
_JP. C. Li vu, will reoe ve Frei ?ht
I ms DAT, at t oath Commercial Wbar., and leave
as above loxoanow (Friday) Moama ti Itt Inst.,
at 6 o'clock.
h et urning, win leave Georgetown on MoaoAX
Moxxnto, 24tbins ant, at daylight
All freight prepaid,
No Freight receiv e after ?unset.
SB\CKtXF0iU * KELLY, AgSBtS.
May 90_1_No 1 Boyce*? Wharf.
EXCL USION TRIP TO SI". ALGCfeTINE,
IHE STEAMER CT TY POINT,
_Captain G zo BO ? E. MOMIIXAX. wfll
make an Excursion Trip to St Aa nub na, tearing
Charleston oo FBIDAT. list May, at 9 o'clock P. M.
She will touch at S tvaonah, FernindJaa, Jackson?
ville and Paiotki. and will n nala at *C Auiuaaoe
near y a whole day. giving excursionists ampie time
to nslt point? of latona! abo rt the city.
Tickets foi the roand trip, 620. Meals and State
rooms, Ac, included.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
May ll_So ith Atlantic Wharf.
FOR SAVANNAH-I NLA 3D HOLTE,
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
THROUGH TICKETS ,TO FLORIDA
Of! AND AFTEH MAX 1ST
To Savannah....$9. To Beaufort.... M.
THE STEAM Bb PILOT BOY, OAP?
'TAIN Fur* Pres. wi1 lear? Accom?
modation Wharf every Mom>AX andTBtraanax Moa*,
mo at 8 o'clock
Returning will leave Savannah every IUSSDAT and
FSJEAI MOEHTHQ at 8 o'clock.
April 99 Accomm-dat-on Wharf. .
THE STEAM KR DICTATOR,.
_[CAPTAIN W. T. MCNUTT. wUl aai-'
from t ba lexton for Savannah on SATJBXUY ETK
mna, at 9 o'clock.
Will leave Savannah for Chsrleston on ScjtruT
ArrEPNOoK. at 4 o'cl-ck.
For ?relght or Passade, apply to
April 29 J. D AIKEN & CO., Agents.
FOK PALATKA, FhUHIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, F H BN ANDINA AND JACKSON.
THE ? IHST-CAS.S STEAM BB
_ DICTATOR, Captain Wu. T. M o Nan*
TT. w'h ?ail from Charleston ?ver ? Tue J Ja y Svenxn?,
at Nine o'clock, lor 'he above pointa.
The c r*t.r'an Steamer UITY It?TNT, Captain Gao,
F. MCMILLAN will >ail from Charleston every JW?
dag Pventng, ai Nine o'clock, for aoove points.
Connectant with thc Centra) Railroad at ->avannak
for Mobil* and Ne? Orleans and with the Florida
Railroad at Fernandina for (Valar Kev?, at which,
point -leerrer? connect with New Orleans. Mobil*,.
Pensacola. Key WPM and Havana.
Ibrouirb Hills Ladlo-i irtven for Fr?tant to Mobile,
ptnsaco'a and New Or'eaus. .
'onrxcfinp wi(A H S. Han't ur awn Oelavaka
and Grtfin for Silver Sp rn.ct and I ak et Grijm, Ea*.
tu, Harru and Vurham.
Ah ttvioi . iv yaole i>n 'hfwbarf.
Good? not removed at anubu' will be ?tared at ri?
aud ?xprnfe orowi.ers.
> or Fielgbt or Pasaage enssgeinei t, apply to
J. D. A1EK.N a C"., tgrnts.
-on ttl / lianne wharf.
N. B.-No extra dargo for Mean ord Staterooms*
J B BEA TOD, M. X I W. J. UK AUD NO tl OLK.
c. w. X0TJSO, M. Y. I p. E. oojoainuE, rjursMOOTH,
JT^KAUD, YOUNO ?!k CO?,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 847 Woahin-^ton.street,
.VE IV YORK.
SPECIAL ATTENTION QIVLN TO THE SALE Of
EARLY VEGIGABLE*. FUUfT8,
POIATOEH, io. <
REFEasttcES.-Governor Z. n. Vaneo. Chark)**?;
W. D. Bevno ds & Uro , Norfolk ; K. J. Ghi?, super
int'eden'. H. A- U itail.oa l, PortSUWO h; Col net ct,
L. Fremont, li E. Furrum. Est), Wilmington; H. *
E. 1 burlier b Co., Lancbra.i t ? tbsrt, New York ;
ivrnard O'Neill, Chariest on; Alexander A BosaeH,
Pa vanna*', 3mos April a