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SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM
VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1046
THE Oin CHUBCH BILL-THE CXOSTNG BOUKA OP
Tai D?Bir? ix rna aorjac pr LOUDS-XHS
\ . iillliltMlAIUrTMX MBi
" Low??, Jone 15. -ile House of Lords did
r no* adjooiu'?il asaili four Vctedr thia norn
T lng, owing, to th?- efforts made Co press the
r paaBa?eOf'tSe Mah Church bul to its second
, reading.^ . ;
. The proceedings, which were highly inter?
esting and impartant, attraoted a great crowd
of epectatorfl. araoag whom were the Prince
Of Wales, and the Ppke of Cambridge. Tire
Y eenohee,' lobbies, gaBetries, and every available
apace were filled with people, who remained
until the final result. .
Lord Hatherjey took the floor immediately |
ern the conclusioo of Lord Weetbury't} epee?b,
sod warmlj1 ?upporled tho bill. He ?aid that
what \ ver vere th? short comm gs of Hr. Bright
r and Mr. Gladstone, the waar of dearness Was ]
oertaioly not ooo of them. I Last year both cf ]
' these gentlemen unfolded the policy to bs pur?
sued, i He regretted the long delay in an aet
of jostkaa, and assert ed that lt was the right of
the 8ute to interfere and regulate property for
religious and charitable ptrrpoaea when oppos?
ed to tire publie good, and when it could be
net ter-aad suero ruefully appropriated; Ha
said that the act? of Elirahetb dearly intend?
ed the ?horch to be that of .the nation.. He
drew a fearful pic t ure o f 'the manner in which
the policy had been carried out, but he Baid it
had entirely failed, although seconded by tbs
blahopa; and, j clergy. * The attempt io force j a J
hostile church on a people was the'root
of all eva s. 'Ireland . exonerated the cler?
gy of ' the present '" day" from c?mphoity
in these acts, but, the. ydaom attach ed and de?
scended to thom, ".The. present measure was
only ono to establish a new epooh in the reli?
gion of, Ireland^ instead of rain mg, to give the
oborolj foif^first .toe alair field aridebaaw
of concUfctirfg the people. Hs' strongly de?
fended the j us tree, necessi ty and sound policy
of the bm.. H e. agreed with the idea advanced
by Borne, that it -would be better to devote a
part ot the funds accruing t > eduoition, bat as
?he narro o waa unable to agree to its nae in
thai way, thoa w ae- no course to be pure oed
-, bat that specified in the bill. The bill waa
I fuDy endorsed by the country. In conclusion
' he exhorted the House to a calm consideration
of the great roeasufe, irrespective of party foal- i
_ ing, and expreaaed hie belief that all would |
' unite in the desire to" oettie the question on a j
fair tad impartial basia.
At midnight, Lord Cairos took the floor in
! opposition to the bili. He said the subject bail
been folly exhausted, together with the*
cbargis against the church aa being a "badge
I (rf conquest" and a rnhwion that badfahed.
The luS?&tance reejmrea to en fore the penal:
laws io Ireland, the denial of the rule that the
EogtishsoveretonVin posae?afcn of the land,
and the fact of an Irish P?rhament sailing at
London, were greater bad ?roe of conquest. The
church proclaimed Christiaoity and traih to all,
who were willing to re?oive; BO her mission was
i not a failure. With regard to the pana} lews,1
the church ought not now to be blamed for'
' them, failing to be before her age, a honored
and fifty years ago. Th* union of Church acd
State was the only eecority for religious free-,
dom -and indepaodaow af tUonght,. and rt;
could not be severed without shocking the:
Protest an tie m of the country to its very four,-. |
dations.. ;_ : .
After speaker nearly three hours, Lard
Cairne sat down amidst prolonged cheering
1 from the Conservative benches.
Earl Granville replied to Lord Cairns briefly;
and then, at three o'clock, amidst the wildest
' excite ment, the Bouse of Lord? proceeded to
divide Wi he question, "Shall the bill be read
the second time?" The rasait was annouced |
ae foll?wBt For, 179,; agsiiiBt; lia ^ajori^, 33.
The wildest cheering from th? Liberal
benches greeted the announcement, which 1
ttkeo np "by the partie ans in lie lobbies and |
the crowds of. people who were anxiously
awaiting tue reeoii' outside the building. Ina'
Lords immediately adjourned.
'. -M . . B10T8 IN MILAN.
MILAN, Jane SI.-A tnmaltaoas assembly,
' to-day, waa dispersed by the military without
resistance. Tbs Prefect threatens severe
' measures if the riots are renewed.
KBETDta OV TBK OOS? LEGI3I AT1F.
PARIS, Jane ?H.-The Corps L?gislatif organ?
ized to-day, electra^ 8chneIddr President, and
i Leroux.Donava! sod David Yice-Preside? t ?.
MATTERS IM SPART.
ajADBXD, June fil. -The President of the
Cadis Republican Club has been arrested for
speaking against Serrano and causing excite*
mont. Prim said to the Cortes that the gov?
ernment roast be inflexible sad even cr asl in
- suppressing disorder.
' .. /.r.nv?'.-? i ?*>. -i- .
r ^ * WASHINGTON NEWS.
. ?sv< T >
W Aa HUT OT?N, Jone 21.- After Jane 30th,
f Secretary BoatweU will p ur chase tl. 000? OOO in
I tunas sad self $1,003,ODO in gold, on silernstv)
, weeks, without furttrer notice.
Judge Fisher to-day ordered the marshal of
the Crhninsl Court to summon negroes to fia
f vacan ciee "ifl tfiYgrantl abd^pefit j uri et?, and
j nias negroes were put on the lists.
Three, gover ornent oomp cai tors have resign?
ed in coneequenae o* the presence of the . col?
ored printer Douglass.
Revenue to-day over $1.000.000.
Tbe committee on the impeachment of Jadge
Bau teed, of Alabama, has adjourned to De
1 Uoder the heading of "The Opportunity and
i Tallare of the Government," the New Tork
Herald has a clamorous article d?noaaciog tbs
Cuban policy ol the administration. ?
;-V SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
The Crest Be pa elle has arrived st San Fran
eisoo w?tb 1300 (Jhineee. ? .
Several buildings in Monroe, Louisiane, were
con BU mod by dre bet nvghft Leas $30. OOO. '
The Internal fte ven no officers seised yester?
day at New Havrri 150,000 agars ' and $10,000
machinery. . \
The ram Stone wail, now in the service of '
Japan, Ut ely di ove off two sad destroyed one
"rebel" 4 Japanese} TseseL
Tbe ocbool-ehip Saratoga, from. Havana.has
been qairaatined a. New York, with twenty
. casca of yellow fever on board ami foirf-deatha.
} Tbe bark Li ey ?. Nichols, from Havana for
New York, nae arrived at Key Wear,'with the
captain and six of the crew down-with yellow.
r isrer- nae: ia sa ?. ?< t.t* ' rnarcan? \
Fifty prominent posiaess firms 10 St. Louis
hsvft guaranteed tho grain 'asaocuf?on against
loas ia bringing an ocean steamar from New
York and lOad;rag hex wiih grain.
Ojhe Srte<l?j3bojr?iari Cooiereuoo in Nea York 1
bars eleoted. OhmO* liurko, of N?w Orieau,*, a
"m- sher af theexaeauvc ctmmiuee, viaeHer
tttm?i V.-VjhT?iwe, ?'? wndm- obj?etwo waa ;
THE TERQER MURDEH TRIAL.
J ACOSOS. Misa., Jone 21-Counsel for the
defoDoe- in-tbe ease of Yerger, on tnal before ?
mihtary oonuBMt?ffltt'fer tbe m ardor of Crane,
commended the examination br witnessee- to?
day. ': ?'?<>'* ;.?r> . r!i ?r? ~: . .* i. -?-.?-. t '.>.- J i i
The Conservative Republican Convention
meets bera on the 23d or the month, and the
Badi cal Republicen C?venteos on theist of J
?July. '? ? "v. -
TOE INDIANS ?ON THE WAR PATH.
Sx Loma, Jabe 21.- The Indiana attacked a
eur veri ng party- near Sheridan, Kania?, and
bad killed four surveyors and wcmnded several,
when the Indians fled.'*"-' -
THE WAR IN CUBA.
HAVANA, Jane 2?.-Espinad reviewed the vol?
unteers on Satur Iay. .
THINGS IN DARLINGTON.
A Sketch mt the Town-The nerrhants
I and Trading Men-The churches -
Flore nee sad its People-Crops, ?Ce.
[non otra own ooBaxsporozirx.]
The recent ex?cution hero of the negro
Coachman, ibo particulars of which you re?
ceived by telegraph, has excited considerable
interest throughout this section and turned
the attention of the reading publie in this di
re-JtioD, and therefore, th in kioR ft few lines de?
scriptive of the Boene of the execution and of |
other pointe in the vicinity raient not be amiss,
I &ave ?ritten these few items.
Before proceeding farther I will state th"t
the recent hanging was the third event of the
hind that has taken place in ocr community.
A white m io named Powell, who stole a horse
from a negro, ?as hong.in 1846. In 1865 a ne?
gro ctrl wno had in ber possession some Roods
which had been stolen by Yankee raiders, was
fried by a court-martial of Confederate officers,
found guilty, and haag to a limb of a tree near
the public square.
Darlington, the county seat of Darlington
Comity,' ia situated about one hundred and fif?
teen miles from charles toa, and a hoot a mue
and a half from the Cheru-w and Darlington
Buitread. It has aboarseveo hundred inhab?
itants; It Buffered comparatively little from
the war, but since has been nearly destroyed
by fire. In 1866, the courthouse and three
sides of th? publia Square Wore burnt by an
incendiary fire. The jail had been consumed
previously, the prisoners having sot fire to it.
boping to escape in the confoaion attendant
apon it, bat not one succeeded. Shortly after
the maia fire, another confl?gration destruye J
the other side of the square.
All of the private buildings here have been
rebuilt. The courthouse and jail are still a
mase of rams, the latter building, bowever,
will soon be rebuilt, a contract ha vina been
awarded to a negro named Cox, who for $10,690
pledges to have it ready for prisoner? at an
ejjrry'dtr. . .-.
In the centre of the square a large building
of brick and wood is in process of co cs tract ion.
The lower and front portion will bo a market;
over it a Masonic half; in rear o? the market
an engine house for the Phoaix Company, the
engine of which was purchased from Charles?
ton ; and over the engine ho J BO a town hall.
The town ts eoverned by an intendant and
Wardens, named as follows: J. G. McCall, in?
tendant; H. Hy me J, John Floyd, W. A. Maynes-1
worth, Wardens; G. W.Daigan, Treasurer; 0.
Libby, Town Marshal ' . . -
There are two papers published here-the j
Darlington Democrat and the Darlington
Southerner-the former thoron* hi y Southern :
in seo timen t; E. Lacas, pr o wie tor; iiajor F. :
g. Warley,literary editor; and the latter accus?
ed of Ridical proclivities; J. M. Brown, editor
and proprietor;. Both .papers are issued
Among the firms engaged in business here
axe Parker fr Kelly, B. A. & J. F. Eirly, J. G. j
MeCaU, 8. A. Woods. Charles fr Co., B. Maroo.
H. Hvmes, John Floyd, J. W. Woodward and
A. J. Pierce
- Prominent representatives of the bar are
Messrs. Mcivor fr Boyd. La ,v k Law. War h y fr
Dargan, Edwards k Coker, Spain k Saunders
and G. F. Edwards. The fact that eighteen
hundred eases were retained at ode court ls
proof positive that the lawyers have enough to
The town- is quite healthy, but it and the
surrounding countrv furnished a fair practice
fur Da. W. G. Player, B. L. Hart; T. A. Dar?
gan and B. C. Norment.
Thereare-tbree churches for whites, a Bap-,
tist, Bav.E. Saeon. pastor; a Methodist. Bev.
Emory Watson, pastor, and a Preeb . nan
Charco, R-v. Wm. Brearley, pastor. J1 are
are also two churches for n. groes-a Kuptfet
Tuera is a creek about two miles from tora
known as Black Water Creek, the waters of
which ?re aa black a? ink, .bot are noted, for
their health-giving properties. The people of
the county propose building a cotton factory
apon thur creek, and a subscription list bas
been started. It is believed that if the cotton
crop is good the factory will b? established
Florence, a li vi ly town In this county, with a
population of about nine hundred souls, is sit?
uated at the jonction of the Northeastern,
Wi : mini; ton an 1 Manchester, and D .rlington
and Cberaw Railroads. '
There are four churches-a Presbyterian,
Bev. J. D. Brown, pastor; a Baptist, Rev. J. 8.
B. Dargan pastor; ao Episcopal Church, Bev.
L;-F.'Querry, rector; and a Methodist Church
the pulpit of which is Ailed alternately by Bev.
jir. Jo QOS ?od Ber. Mr. H a m by. There are,
also, two churches for the colored people.
' There seems -to be a good-deal of business
trans oted hore, and prominent among the
firms we notice those, of M. Jacobi, A. W. Ly?
ons. G. Hoffman, B.'T. Burch: Ho Am ey er Ai
Saker, WeU'bsrg. fr Straus, J. H. Fawley,
Schouboe fr Co., L. Cohen k Uo., Phillips Bro th?
ere.-Starnberger Brothers, r. K?phin, A. Cann,
J. J. Eilis, W. A. Washington.
The town I'B governed ny a Board of Select
men-, named aa-fol?ola : J. P.-Chaw, white,
chairman ; Rev. EV J.'S?etter, coLre'; F il.
Smith, colored. -
"The farmet s complain that the crops are not
good. The assessment upon lan J s and stock
W Jtbe Equaltsman B,oerd has disheaitened
tho people aod very few work with any spirit,
contending that it is useless, as all made from
the-crops Trift have to go tor taxes, anti-then
there- will not bs enough. - Land bau been
assessed at about twelve times its value, and
many owners seem- disposed to let their pro?
perty be pur> np at auction for taxes, 8 nd if
tl ere are bids higher than at what they value it,
to let .t go. it nut to bid it io, claiming that by j
so doling ? he proper vaine of the land will ne j
.Caora IN MAULBOBO'.-The Bennetteville
Jooro ) says:
Corn and cot tor? have received new impetus
from the rrcentcams, and are growing fresu
and vigorous. The prospect, of good crops is
becoming more apparent, and the farmers aro j
sanguine. Ou Monday last we were visited
with a most refreshing ram, which Bet the
yoong oom to laughing with jov, tinco nhicb
time it has been shooting np with remarkable
rapidity. * The young, cotton stalks are buoy?
ant. The ?heat crop ia excellent, many plant?
ers having realiz jd their highest antinoations.
-A Spirometer man was doing a good busf
nssa near the Detroit cuy Hall the other day,
the ten oeots coming in as tut os the people
could blow. But at length a sable negress
stepped op, deposited ber dime on the box,
aud with her fair mouth on tho tube sent the
p .inter I OD c e and a batt aron nj. 1 his pleased
evei ybody wonderfully,, aid they tell jost as
funny naif ?n hour af erward when the lung
man had topapk np for other fields, failing to
get an?tuer bingle customer after the exhibi?
tion of lung? of dis last patron. Clearly, they
need a EitteSntb. amen lment out lhere.
-A French lady of rank bas sued for a di?
vorce from her husband on (he ground cf Ill
treatment and deeertion. One ot the most,
berton* it-'nu laid io me charge of the deie<
dint is tnat when he mumed fi om tbe Mexi- 1
eau campai ? :i-...te**! o' flymg it once to P .u,
.whtro his wiie.wa< atayinji, he sent her the fot
Swing telegram; -'Woere aro my shirts ? I
jg **?'' ???*c?t * . a" P-u ?po4>eeampaware
Ot the laconic d'spatoh* an I the Prinoeas cou id
ii-'. ?J -ox w. ii o J i boinx asked what
abe bad doue wi*h her huebvvd'e linea.
JFEOM THE STATE CAPI TAX
The Columbi?. Can* l-Ethnologl
Ju?tir<-liilji of the Baak of the St
-Freedom amt Crime-The TJnivet
ty-1 he Meward betiOOl-.'Vejjro F 1
Company-Pint Taxes i Sent In-J
; Drowns Soldier-\>loclp<Kie?n?.
[TBOM CUB OWN COBREfif OSDZNT.]
! COLUMSU, Jone Si.-The Columbia Cai
with ita immense water-power of ten hnnd
and sfxty-four borae-power, ie soon agars
come bi/ore the public eje. The limit of ti
allowed to the purchasers-Secator Sprat
and Colonel /Pearce-to begin operatio
com es on the 5th of July. It is generally i
deiBtood that these 'purchasers intend'to f
feit the bargain. It has not been so announc
authoritatively; bat the inference from erri
iDg facts is -well nigh conclusive. When tl
date arrives, should nothing have been do
by Messrs. Sprague and Pearce,, the comm
sion-Governor Scott, E. N. Lewis and Poj
master Chartes M. Wilder-will, it is andi
stood, proceed* with their duties of dispos i
of the canal. It is hoped that this time th
will require a larger forfeit; than two hun dr
dollars, so as not to keep the State another t
months ont of the immense benefits to be i
rived from a thorough development of that fi
water-power. Let the canal be this time gin
to a man who means business.
ETHNOLOGIC AX JUSTICE.
At the last term of the Court of Genei
Sessions, it will be remembered, a very inte
eating case wis that of the State vs. Thom
Richardson for th d murder of Dallas P. Suit
in Colombia, last summer. Part of the in e
est of the case arose, -it will be remembere
out of the fact that Richardson ?as a mom tx
of the General Assembly, a Radical, and an
gro, while Smith was a Democrat and a whi
man, and a part of it out ot the intense excit
ment that attended the act at tbe time of i
perpetration. Judge Boozer heard the ca?
Both prosecution and defence were ably a
gued. The jury consisted of five white mc
and seven negroes. They remained out tx
about two days. They took tb? vote on th
case but once; that vote was, for convictic
five (white,) and tor acquittal seven (colored.
Ono of the whites wa3 of the prisoner's pol
tical party. The jury failed to agree. It wa
amistiial. Judge Booler bailed the piisone:
This case came up at the present term. Th
evidence, pleadings, charge (three hours and
half long,) and all were repeatel in exlensi
The jory this time were twelve negroes. The
remained out an hour, and returned a verdie
of not guilty. This verdict, like the one at th
first trial, ?3 purely ethnological. As soon ai
the jury was impanelled, in both cases, no
body in this community for a moment donbte
as to what the verdict would be. Among th
witnesses for the prosecution was ona wb<
sworo that he waa near Smith when the latte:
was shot; that he knew Richardson and recog
nixed him, and saw Richardson shoot Smith
and all this in moonlight. The testimony o
this witness was not invalidated at all; an?
the strongest offset to it, of the direct kind
was thb testimony of the prisoner himself.
Those of oar community who are dispos?e
to give Richardson the benefit of ali doubts ii
the case, think that he shot Smth., bat did sc
in a state of mental consternation or panic tba
he was hardly aware of what he was doing.
BILLS OP THE BANK OF THE STATE.
It will be remembered that the General As
sembly at its last session, in pursuance of ai
"Act to close the operations of the Bank o:
the State," appointed a committee of one fron
the Senate and two from the House to examini
and destroy, in company with the Comptroller
General, the bills of this bank that had beei
funded or redeemed by tbe treasurer witt
bonds. The committee consists of Senatoi
Rainey (coloied,) Dr. Bosemon (colored,) ant
Mr. Crews, the Comptroller-General being Dr.
Neagle. These parties have been at work the
past week, I am informed, in the Comptroller
General's office in Colombia, at thia task of ex?
amining and destroying these funded bille.
Each member coaots his pile, verifies the
amount, and lays it asido to be burned-and
it is burned. That is regalar, fhat ie
right. That is what the law requires.
These men are, of course, honest; but
suppose, by semo possible mistake of the Leg?
islature, some one unprincipled man had been
put on that committee. Is it not practicable
for such a person to put false label9 on some
of tbe piles and pat soma of the bills into his
pocket? Such bills might, after awhile, find
their way into tho hands of some banker, who,
by a jndicions use of a portion of them, might
secure the passage of a law to expend the time
for funding the notes ot the bank. What I
venture to suggest in the premises is that tbe
Legislature has probably not taken the very
best way to accomplish thc given purpose, and
that this division of the responsibility among
four men might be, in certain contingencies,
far less safe : han if it were given to one officer.
I speak of possible contingencies; and
of course do not mean to reflect in any way
upon any individual of. this committee, who
are all, I take for granted, above suspicion.
The Legislature had the most unbounded
reliance upon tb cir honesty, or it never would
have entrusted them with so delicate and re?
sponsible an office. The incorruptible honesty
of Joe Crews is said to be ? proverb-in Lau?
rens ; while, Di. Neagle is understood to be a
graduate of Davidson College-a Presbyterian
institution of the highest standing. The two
colored members of the committee have the
appearance of being honest men; and they cer?
tainly have the confidence of the General As?
sembly of South Carolina. We all trust that
this committee will do its work thoroughly;
and let there be no Bank-owe ghosts to bother
FBtBDOM AMI) CllXME.
One item in the presentment of the Grand
Jury of Richland County is worthy of special
note. They recommend to the Legislature '"to
elect another judge, whose special business
it shall be to hod court for criminal business
in Charleston and Colombia." In explane! on
of the maui fort need of such extra a .minai
courts they say : "Prom the fact of Columbia's
being a city, and tho capital of the State, tho
idle and vioione. from all parts congregate
here; and, as they do not work, many resort to
theft and other-crimes. In this'county it is
probable that crimes will increase instead of
diminish." More definitely, as to the' omocnt
ox increase, they -add ; "Judging, from the
past three years, it will take ai least four
months in each year io try the criminal cases
in this county, aud without the co-operation
of a tpecial criminilcooit," the jury bo:ieve
that Ibo circuit, judge will be unable lo die
pose of tho civil business of the county.
These statements indicate an increase Of cant
ia this county amounting to at leitet five huL
dred per cent, over that of ante bellum limes.
Bili Greeley says that the negro is an honest,
iodastnons anti law-abiding citizen, and Gree?
ley ..is an honorable man."
The examinations at the TJt?veratty are pro?
gressing; ?nd will ?mclade, na already euud,
I on Saturday, the 96th. The results are h
nmg- to be made out. Tbe tiusteeeatte
' tu only the routine busmeee last Monday
adjourned to meet again thia evening.
; Tbe dosing examinations of the Ho
School of Freedmen comes off on Tuet
Wednesday and Thursday of this week.
A fire company of freedmen-the Yigihv
has been organized in Columbia, and is r
for service.' The City Council turned ov
thia company tbe old city engine.,
. The tax collector of Newberry County
forwarded to the Treasurer, thus far, tm.
account of taxes for this year. Of this
11100 is in United States currency and the
in bills receivable. The collecter of Lau
County baa also seat to tbe Treasurer'$51
this y ear's taxes.
: . The mystery of the soldier drowned in I
Hole a week ago waa solved by the appear!
of the body upon the surf toe of the watt
due time. So that it waa a bona fide eas
drowning, and not a ruse to desert as 8
Velocipedes have fallen under the ban ol
municipal authorities in Columbia. The |
al ty for riding a velocipede upon the pavea
is t5. The same for wheelbarrows.
Interview with. Count Bismarck
fpiiilon? on Paxllsmentairjr Blffle
ties - Metenatna; anti Diet- nillti
Clrcumipflctlon - 1 he Parole ft <
Tirer*-Cares or State -The Cum
The correspondent of the New York Hen
writing from Berlin, under date of May
The complete defeat sustained by the Nc
German Confederate Government lu ile demi
of increased revenue and the details ot
exciting debate in the Reichstag have b
airead? communicated to you. PiesumiDg t
your readers were quite surprised to perce
such a solid opposition, a phalanx of votes i
ting at defiance the earnest appeals of Coi
Bismarck -the iron Count, and head and s
of the Confederation-1 thought fit to obu
if possible, some rt liable explanation of so i
portai.t a contingency, which seems caleula
to snake the veiy foundations cf the ne'
eetabii Hb ed North German L nio .. Not danni
by the wfli-koowo fact that nine ont of '
applications of whatsoever kind, made by pl
civilians to Prussian authorities aj?ffictt
meet with a stereotype refusal, 1 penned a I
lines to his Excellency Count Bismarck, poli
ly requesting ot bim au audience for the p
po e of being enlightened with regard to t
actual position, avowing at the same time i
intention of furnishing whatever informati
he might be pleased to give me, as correspoi
ent of the New York Herald.
A reply tb this note was received yesterd
afternoon, brought by a special messen^
from the Foreign Department, and apon ope
ing the broad seal I said to myself, "He v
certainly wish to be excused-plead overwbi
ming engagements, or indisposition," ?c., b
a second arter wards I saw that I was wide
the mirk. "The Premier, Count You B
marck-Scbonbausen, bas the honor to Infoi
yon that he expects you this evening ( May 2
at half-past 8 o'clock."
On my arrival I waa conducted to the spat
oas gardens behind his mansion, where ti
Count instantly'Joined- me, 'Having aocepi
one of the Count's excellent cigars, we at on
proceeded to business, which; owing to il
affability of the host, led to a lively con vere
tion between us. Io reply to my question i
to what motives the very determiued oppot
tion io the Reichstag might be ascribed, tl
Count proceeded aa follows:
Bismarck, lt is evidently a lack of compn
hen sion ot the position on'the part of the re;
resentatives. Oar institutions differ matei
a ly f om those m England, though bonorab
members of all parties here persist in viewir
British conditions ss applicable to this com
try. They cannot freo themselves from fe ad
prejudices; have neither learned nor forgotte
anything since1848, and imagine themselvc
necessarily to be a State within a State. The
plan of operation is a constant attack upon tl
goverument-a persistent abuse of tbe adam
istration, and untiring energy in placing ol
s tades in its way. Their leading idea appeal
to be always indulging in contradiction au
abuse, thinking that it is government's on
lookout to free itself from its difficulties. 1
step into the breach, to remedy matters, 1
matte useful suggestions, they don't cc ? sid*
their province. Split up into divers faction
just as interest demanda, and scarcely an
point of sympathy between them, tho got
emment bas no firm support upon whio
to rjly, and encounters opposition ou a
si dp s. I am resolved to bring matters I
a pomt in the ensuing autumn, lt ma
then be necessary even to appeal to th
iutellicence of the people, that they may con
prehend the difficulties of a pjsition which i
obstinately ignored by the representative:
eaah OJO of whom thinks himself a statesmai
par excellence, forgetting that if he were ti
attain to power he w.mkl very speedily b
brought to a dead lock. Hy position is c'.earl
defined. 1 shall oe compelled to restrain th
most u'eful expenditures, regardless of wha
calamities may ensue. I am determined tha
not a penny shall be spent which has not beei
expressly granted by the law-making powei
Wo will govern strictly on constitutional prie
ciples, and do away altogether w'th loans am
floating debt, lt is a pity that representative
will not understand that they are called upoi
to co-opt rate with government; that it is no
to government, but to the country, they art
asked to grant the requisite means, and i
they refuse to do so that they not only tie thi
hands ol the administration, butundermim
the welfare of the whole country.
Correspondent But. Count, this is th<
Prussian aspect of affairs. How does thi
North German Bond, your creation, and ad
mired m both hemispheres, stand affect?e
- Bismarck. Certainly, it is true, I am ball
Bund Chancellor and Prussian Premier, and il
has never yet occurred to me to contemplate
the contingency uf the two offices being filled
by distinct individuals. I admit that the diffi?
culty of my position towards BeicLstag tb?
Prussian Diet cannot be. over estimated; ic
tact, it has become ahnest insupportable. Con?
stant assurances of confidence are given me,
bot their votes are as many C3nsures of my
acts; Denying me the means makes govern
meot ont of the question. ? will no longer be
the anvil, and ? have for a long time resolved,
as a benefit to me both bodily and mentally, to
Jay down my office. (Here the Count sighed
deeply and continued.) Bat the aged King, to
whom I have been personally and officially at?
tached for many years, whom I profoundly rev?
erence and who reciprocates this devotion,
probably recogntzing.my enrneBt efforts in be?
half of tho country, wints no' other minister,
will not trust Himself to new and untried coun?
cils, and determinedly refuses all my ott-re
peatod offers of resignation. Wnat cm 1 do in
such a predicament? And, still, wuat will
finally remain to me but to throw up the ieios
. Correspondent. As it is generally acknowl?
edged thai the gmt of this coull ct is all in re?
gard lo the mnitary ctai which you sir, have
repeatedly and solemnly Jec axed as not ad?
mitting of nay roireijCdimdnt, ami justified in
supposing that the general position is a men?
acing one ?
Bismarck. Indeed, it is more or less so.
We must be arm od aud on the alert, for we pos?
sess no guaranties as to the intentions ol
France and Austria. Where, theo, are we to
look? Even our best friends, England and
America, have got np between themselves a
family quarrel, the result of wlnca still re?
mains a matter of uncertainty. Spjak not ot
our alliance witn Russia 1 why, my honor?
able and inveterate opponents always took
Upon it w th dislike, and speak disparagingly
ot it. Understand me; wa are strong and pow?
erful, am, thunk Heavoa, those who are eaten
np with envy know this and d ire not attach
us. For this reason they bave stood at bay for
the last three years. How could we be less
armed ? And ia not the premium paid in tho
shape of support of our military establishment
a cheap one in hen uf defeat aud war contri
buuoua ? Before lending this arm to a rednc
t oo of this military sirength 1 would rather
cut it off. Never! 1 would soo,-ci die! lt is
no use speaking of further retrenchment tn the
time of sorvioo, already i educed to t o and a
half* year. ; toe thing nt simply impossible.
Correspondent. But, Count, yon have as?
serted io your ppcechcg; if I am sot mistaken,
that Cabinet wara are no longer to be dreaded;
that henceforth it wonld be the war of peoples.
Bismarck. I have said BO with regard to
ourselves, not with respect io France. There
a momentary resolve might conjuro np a war,
and wa are, therefore, forced to be always OD
the qui nice. We have oten been, and that
lately, nader the necessity of questioning our
generals and engineers, ''Are yon all ready for
instant action ?" The French people do not
wish a war, but when called upon their tem?
perament is Bach that they would rush into it
with an eagerness and impetuosity of which
disunited and phlegmatic German factions
would not be capable. Only an essential change
of these peculiar conditions could induce an
alteration of regime here, but at present it
could not be thought of for a moment. And
here a?ain the Count reverted to his nothank
tnl position, deploring the shallowness of bram
of those who counteracted his best intentions,
sud would leave bim in the lurch. "'Vast abase
of the government," he Slid, "but, no one to
take the reepousib lity, and an utter refusal of
eu pp]'es." tot (BS3 KB
Correspondent. I beg to call your attention,
Count, to tbe difficulty which will be experi?
enced in America to understand this matter,
as your last observations evidently touch Prus?
sia more than the Bund.
Bismarck, lt cannot be otherwise. Imagine,
sir, the State of New Tor* to have a population
of thirty millions and all the other States of
the Union together but six or seven millions.
Must not everything which affects New York
affect equally the others ? Have (hey not the
same interest in averting any difficulty or dan?
ger threatening the most prominent member
of the Colon ? I am now compelled to stand
before the Prussian Diet and weather the
storm there, but they shall be convinced that
I have done my best in the Rei cha ta tr.
Correspondent. How with respect* lo your
policy. Count, iii- the matter of the Southern
The Count. It is unaltered. We will exert
no pressure in order to annex these eight mil?
lions if they don't manifest the wish, t hould
they do so, we will receive them with' open
aims. Ia case of war we will fight with them;
for, if it should be otherwise, without them.
Ther ; is one fight, however, which completely
overtaxes my strength; il ls the short-sighted
and recalcitrant opposition at home, which will
compel me, sooner or later, to retire in utter
In taking leave I expressed strong hopes that
no such a'ternaf ive wonld be forced upon him;
that his great work would not bc wrecked upon
a mere financial point, which, when compared
with what America has achieved on similar
grono Is, dwindled down to an absolnte zero,
and that I felt convinced he held tramp cards
in reserve which made him master of the situ?
Shaking bands with the Count. I thanked
him heartily for the valuable information be
bad imparted, and on my way home, in fixing
in my mind the details of our conversation,
came to the conclusion that his sentiments did
not differ at all from those he bad rrevionsly
expressed m the Rei cb BI ag, *nd that he was
determined to adhere to them.
J \CK-iON- SKLLY.-On the evening of the 15th
instant, at the residence of the bride's fa tuer, by the
Bev. C. C. HscxNZT, - O WARD JACKSON to MAI
HB A , daughter of WILLIAM KELLY, Esq., all ot
this city. No cards. *
49* The Reist ives, Friends and Ac?
quaintances of Mrs. ED WEN E. CALDE?, of Mr. and
Mrs. K C. Panes, arni Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Panes,
aae respectfully invited to attend the Funeral Servi?
ces of EDWIN CHARLES, son of Mrs. Eswnt E.
CALLEE, from their residence, Me. 1 Ann street, at
Five o'clock, Thu Arrana OOH. Jone 22
SjittMl Mut j.
*s*TO THE CUSTOMERS OF WM. 8. COR?
WIN ? CO.-With a view to accommodate all our
Customers, we will send to the retid?nc?s of those
who detire us for their orders on such days aa they
name, between the hours of 8 and 10 A. M., and the
goods so ordered will be delivered by 2 P. M. the
same < ay.
Our Customers and others who wish to avail them?
selves of the above will please leave their name? and
residences at the store.
Respectfully, WM. 8. CORWIN t CO.,
_No 27S King-arreet.
MW OFFICE CHARLESTON GASLIGHT
COMPANY, JONE 22, 18G9.- t Dividend of FIFTY
CENTS per Baale on the Capital Slock of tb.it Com?
pany having been declared by the Directory thc
same will be paid on and after MONDAY, the 6th
The Books of Transfer will ba closed from thia date
to 6th proximo. W. J HERIOT,
Jone 22 12 Secretary and Treasurer.
MmT PBOPOS ALS FOB BAITONS ANDF?EL
FOB LIGHT-VBA-EL"1, Af.-Off ICM 1,10 UI
HOUSE INSPECTOR, AT CHARLESTON, SOOTH
CA? LINA, No. 40 BBOAD-STREET, JUNE 21,
1809.-Staled proposals will bo received at this offl.-e
undi 12 o'c'ock M. on WEDNESDAY, the 30ih day of
June, 18G9, for tarnishing and dehverinu RATION?
and FOEL ss may be called for for the light-vessels
and tenders which are or may be in this District, for
one ye r, hom lat day of July, 1869, agreeably to
poedfl'-ation?, cop es of which may be had by ap?
plying at this office.
Thc Olds for Ration ?, Coal and Wood will be con?
All bids muf.t be sealed and endorsed "Proposais
for Ration? and Fuel for Ligiit-voasets,' and then
placed in another envelope and left at or directe! to
this office, prepaid if sent by mail.
By order of the Lighthouse Board.
E. E. STONE,
Commander U. S. N.,
Lighthouse Inspector, Sixth District.
ay_ALL PERSONS HAYING CLAIMS
against the Estate of the late D3AAC B. WILSON,
Ju., will present them properly attested, and those
indebted to the Estate will make payment to either
of the undersigned.
M. W. WILSON, Executor.
JOANNA C. WILSON, Execulrix.
?O' ' ESTATE NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS
indebted to the late JAMES MOULTME, M. D , will
make payment, and tho?e having claims against his
s?tate will prefent them properly attested to Mesare.
RUTLEDGE SI Youno, Solicitors, No. 26 Broad-street.
LT. GOUBDIN, Qualified Executor.
Juno ll June ll, 22 lamo 2
~Oa-?O TO GEORGE LITTLE & CO. FOB
cheap UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
SS-MARENGO.-F EVER A>?D AGUE
PURE, TONIO, FBVER PEEVBNI'IVE: -Tnis val?
uable nced.clne, entirely vegetable m its prepara?
tion, ie offered to the pnbllc and warranted to cure
any case of CHILL. S AND FEVER c.'however long
standing, completely eralicrting its effect from the
system, purifying the blooi, strang tue min the di?
gestive organ?, inducing au appet te, cud keeping
the sv Bt- m in perfs:t health.
Thos? suffcrinR?rom debility arriving from any
cans wiUfladlttho purest and best IONIC to bo
had anywhere To persona residing in unhealthy
sections, or who are predisposed to fevers ol any
kind, it will bc f mad lnvalcaolo as a prorentive. It
ls quite pleasant to tbe Issie, and can be given to
children of all agei without Injury Numoroua let?
ters have been received testifying to its efficacy and
value s? a FEVeiB AND AGUE CUKE AND TONIC.
Itisiullv guaranteed to give compete and naiver
MABKNGO la oo humbug. TM VI.
For sale at retail by all DrngRist*.
Atwho eealeb) DOWUE A MOISE, corner Meot
inirand Hasel streets; GOODRICH. WIN SM AN a
00? Hayne-etreet, and 0. J. LUHN. General Agent
of Proprietor, southeast corner King and John
streets, Charleston, H. C. PAC gases Jone 8
MS- ESSAYS FOR YOUNG ME?.-OH IRE
Errors and Abuses incident to Youth and Bar*y Man.
hood, with the humane view ot t-eatm mt and care,
scut by mail tree orch?rge. Address BOW ABD- AS
SuCuTiON, Box P. Philadelphia, Pa.
May 22 3mog
t&- CONSIGNEES PEB STEAMSHIP
CHAMPION, are notified that she will discharge
cargo THIS DAT at Adder's South Wharf. Gooda
remaining nnoalled for at sunset will be stored at
owners' risk and expense.
JAMES ADO EB kCO,
49- N?TIGE.-NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S
SAYINGS BANK -DEPOSITS made between now
and Joly 19 h. will draw interest from July 1st
Jane M 3A NATHAN BJTTEB. Cashier.
A?- IT IS ESTIMATED THAT 8EVEN
TENTHS of an adult ailments proceed from a dis?
eased and torpid lifer. The biliary secretions of the
liver overflowing into the stomach, poison the entire
system, and exhibit the above symptom P. After a
long research, we are able to present the moat re?
markable cure for these horrid nightmare of dis
j eases tbe world baa ever produced. Within one year
over six' hundred and forty thousand persons have'
taken PLANTATION BITTERS, and not an instance
of complaint has come to om* knowledge. It la the
most effectual tonic and agreeable stimulant, ?Tilted
to all conditions of life. Inquire of yonr druggist
in regard to lt
MAGNOLIA WATER.-Superior to the best imported
German Cologne, and sold at half the price.
June 23 tuths3
AS-STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, MARL?
BORO' COUNT Y-LN IQUiTY-MARY & 8. JACK?
SON, ADM'S., vs. HUGH JAUKSOH, XX AX?-BILL
FOB PARTI i ION, tc -Notice ls hereby given, In
obedience to an order made in the abo .e stated case,
that the next of kin of WILLIAM J. JACKSON, de?
ceased, living at the time or hit death, or their heirs
at law and legal representatives, besides HUGH
JACKSON and ELI Aa JACKSON, are requested to
establish before me such relationship, at Benne ts
ville, S. C., on or before the vxarr MONDAY OF AU?
G?BT next P. McCOLL, Clerk.
Jone 13 atut?a Imo
S9-GO TO GEORGE LITTLE & CO. FOB.
PINE LINEN SACKS, $1 60.
June 1 tntbslmo
MST WORDS OF WEIGHT FOR WIVES
AND MOTBEBS_The superiority of HOSTET
TEE'S MIOMACH bl MERS over all other tonics
and correctives, as a rrmedy for Dyspepsia, Bilious?
ness, Nervous Affection?, and all complaints of the
Visceral Organs, and as a preventiva of malarious
disorders, is pioverblal; but perhaps lt ls uol so gen?
erally known that tbe ingredients of this famous in
vigorant and alterative exercise a poweiiul and
i most beneficial influence in that numerous and dis.
tres-ing class of ailments, of which BO maDy thous?
ands of delicate * omen are tuefpa tient, uncomplain?
ing victims, The spacial troubles of the fex, com?
mencing with the dawn of womanhood, and extend?
ing over a period of from thirty to thirty five years,
are as readdy and certainly relieved by tbe opera
ration of this aamlrable vegetable preparation, as
any ol the complaints common to both sexes, for
which it is recomsien Jed as a specific. The atten?
tion of mothers is invited to its balsamic effect in
those peculiar cases of functional irregularity and
irritation, which, when neglected or maltreat ed, des
troy the health and shorten the lives of so many
invalide, lhere is no need for the powerful and dan?
gerous drags too often resorted to m such cases.
1 be mild tome and restorative action of the BIT?
Ti KS ia aB tbs aaa 1 stan oe that nature reqnire? m l'a
struggle to overcome the difficulty, and a vast
amount of suffering would be ?paced to the sex, if
they placed implicit faith In tula wholesome vegeta?
ble in vigorant, corrective and nervine, and discard?
ed the pernicious nostrums advertised by ignorant
and mercenary charlatans. .
Jone 19 _rac_6
JW THE NEATEST, THE QUICKEST AND
THE CHBAPEsT.-TEX NXWS JOB OFFICE, Do.
IO EA9X BAT, having replenished its Stock with a
ne* and large assortment of material of the finest
quality and latest stylet, ia prepared to execute, at
the shortest notice and In tia? best manner, JOB
PRINTING of every description.
Call and examine the scale of prices before giving
your orders eliewhere.
j?- HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM.-THIS
article is the Trae Secret of Beauty, it ^?v, hat
Fashionable Ladies, Actresses, and Opera Singers
nae to produce that cultivated distingue appearance
so much admired in the Circles or Fashion.
It removes all unsightly Blotches, Redness,
Freckles, lan. Sunburn and Effects of ."pring winds,
and gives to the complexion a Blooming Pur ?ty of
transparent delicacy and power. No Lady who val?
ues a fine complexion can do without the Magnolia
Balm. Seventy-five cents will bny it ot' any of our
Lyon's Kathalron ls avery delightful hair dress
lng. . ruths Imo nae May 23
tar ROSADA LIS I ROSADALI3 1 ROSA
DALISI- This medicine has become justly celebra
ted aa the most re i iblc Alterative we posteas. It is
i well conceded medical fact that those Alteratives
which exert an influence on tha Kidneys, increasing
tbe quantity of urine and improving Itt quality,
rill provi the moat efficacious lo the treatment of
diseases. It is on this account that the RUSADALH
id so much more reliable, and pi educes so much
more speedy action in Chronic L-heases than any
beiore tooan to the medical profession and the pub?
lic. It ls composed of medicines that not only pos?
sess the mott powerful Alterative properties, but
also Diuretic, Tonio, Hepadc and Diaporetic proper?
ties, and it therefore acts directly upon all the secre?
tions of ti e system and carries off The impurities,
not only through the Blood, but alio through the
bain, Kidneys, Ac '
For sale by GOODBICH, WIN E.MAN k CO, Im?
portera bf Drug) and Chemicals, Charleston, S. C.
June 19 - stnth3
JWBATCHELOR'8 HAIR DYE.-THIS
splendid Hair Dye is the best in the werld ; the only
true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable, instanta
.neons; no disappointment; no ridiculous tints; rem*
edies the ill effects of bad dyes; Invigorates and
leaves the hair soft and beautifal black or brown,
bold ty all Druggists and Perfumers; and properly
applied at Batchelor's Wig Factory, No. - Bond
street. New York. lyr May 15
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
MENKE & 1RJLLER,
MERCHANT * TA ILO RS,
AKD DEALERS IN
R?adv Made Clothing,
I SUIT ASL B FOR CHILDREN, HEN AND BOYS.
MFSi'? FURNISHING GOODS, Ac.
Ko. 335 King-street.
WE TAKE PLE^SUBI? IN INFOHMTNG OUR
patrons and the public gen'rally that we have j . et
opened a larae and wiU assarted .took of GLOfH
I.,Q, MEN'a FUBNI-<HINQ GOODS, ftc, tor tbe
Sort g and summer, at the above ?taad, consisting
ol Bu sit. eas snd Ilma Baits, all sizes and qualities
of Shirt! snd Underwear ii ooo e. kc; al] sizes and
qnolities of Kngliah and Domestic.Hali Hose ; all
sizes and qualities of Silk and Lisle 1 bread .-loved;
all tlzes and stylet bf Linen and Paper Collars ; all
B'ZPB and\sty!es of Cravat*. Neck Ties, Pocket
Handkerchiefs, Mupenders. UmbreH-t, Ac; also, a
large and web a<aor. ed Block of Broadcloths, Cms:
mored Doeskins. Coa?uga, V. stings, kc, wh<ch we
offer to ae? by p eoe. yard or pa." tv rn; or makeup
mi o Gorm e ts, by measure, in any ehap or style,
according to order, at tne shortest nottca Our
stock bas been selected wi h ?real ere, and we ?re
confident that we ea" compete wi'b any other bou'O
In this ci tv. We invite an exanilnatlon of our Stock,
and bespeak a abare of the public pa ronage.
BUdlKJE ?* MU Loot rt.
Marok 27 i ruamos
EXCURSION 8 I EXCURSIONS I
THE PEKE FAST SAILING TACHT
ELLA. ANITA, tbs Champion of (be Booth,
, ia now ready and prepared to make regular
i trips, thus afford!og au opportunity to a 1 J
who mav wish to visit points of interest in our bean .
For passage, apply to the Captain ca Union Whar f.
EXCURSIONS AROUND THE HARBOR.
THE FINE, FAST 8AILING AND OOM
A?w^FOBTABLT appointed Yacht ELEANOR
Ck trill resume her trips to historio pointa Di
HrTltfcitbe harbor, and will leave Govennnen '
Wharf daily at Ten A. V. . r?-*.
Fox Passage apply to IE OM AS TOCKS,
December 18 Captain, on boera, M
BALTIMORE ARD CHAKLESTOS
STEAMSHIP COMPANY. ' '
THE STEAMSHIP SEA GULL,
'Captain DOTTO*. will sall fer
1 Baltimore on WXDNSADAT Arm
- HOOK, 23d instant,at S O'clock, frwsn
Pier So l, Unk? Wharf.' - ' -m
MW Throuxh Bills Lading signed for aJJ classes of
Freight to BOSTON, PHILADALPHIA. WlLMTH?
TON. DEL., WASHINGTON CITY, and tba NORTH-,
FCT Freight or passage, apply to
COCBTENAY A TRENHOLM, .
June 21_3 _Union Wharves.
FUR PIIILAUKLPHIA ANDBUSTO?.
_ .* - - -i
BEG Ul AB ETRE Y THUBSDA Y.
THE 81 EA M PHIP X W. EYBBMA N
' Captain SHZOZB, will hare Norla
3Atlantic Wharf, on TBOBSDAT, Josae
. 24th, poeid vely at 2 P. M.
For Freight or Passage, spply to
JOHN A THEO. GETTY,
June at_North Allan tte Wharf.
NEW TURK AND CHARLESTON
FURN B W TURK.
CABEN PASSAGE $20.
TBE f-PLFNDID FIDE-WHEEL
'STEAMSHIP CHAMPION. B. W.
.LOCKWOOD Commander, will sah
. from adger'? south Wharf on Six?
CEDAT, ??me 26, k) 6 o'ewek P. M.
MW An extra chaise ot ti. mad? for Tickets pur?
chased on board alter sailing.
' No Blits of Lading signed after the steamer
. Through Billa La Ung given for Cotton to
Boston and Providence, B. 1.
' Matine Insurance by this line X per cent
_ ' The Ateam?rs ot thia line a? 3rst class ia
every respect, and their Table? are -uiolied with asl
the delicacies ol the Nsw York and Charleston mar? ?
For Freight or Passage, apply to %
JAMES ADGHH * CO.. Agents,
Corner Adler's Wharf and East Bay (Up-atairs.)
FUR NEW 1 JKH.
REG UL AB LINE EYER Y WEDNESDA Y,
THE STE A M BB IP SABAGOSSA
'Captain C. Bron, vin leave ? an der .
hom's whin CB WXDBXSDAT, Jane
i 33d, 18CT. al 6 o'clock.
Janett'' . BAVBNaTL A GO.. Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAM SHIT COMFY 8
TH HOUGH LIA ? TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
CHANOS OF SAILING DATS!
STEAJsFBS OF THE ABO VB
line leave Pier Na ii, North Brr*a.
toot of Canai-atreat. Nsw Fork, BU
19 o'clock noon, of the lat, ll th and.
21st of every month (exsept when these Astea BP
en Runday; ?beata* Saturday nreeedingV . - _
Departure of 1st and 21st connect at Panama wita ,
steamers for South Pacific and Central Americas
perta. Those, cf 1st tomah at MastariiTVi ;
Departure of 11th of each month connects with ,
the new steam hue from Panama to Australia ans
New Zealand. \ ;.; f'3
Steamship GREAT REPUBLIC leaves Baa FraD cla?
ro lor China and Japan July A 1MB.
NoCaltrorn'.o steamen touen at Havana, bat ft
direct from New York to AsptswaU.
Ons hundred pounds baggage free to each a a nit.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or farther information avoir
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot of Can al-street, North River, New York.
March 12 lyr F. B. BABY, Ajsat
ENTERPRISE, ROC EVI ILE AND WAY LAND.
THE STEAMER ST. HELENA,
_[Captain H. D. ELLIOTT, will Itara
for tbe abote points on, TH?BXDAT M OBSESO, 24th
instant, at 4 o'clock.
B* turning will leave Edisto F BLOAT MOBHTKO, th?
25>b, at 4 o'clock-. '
For Freight cr Passage apply to
JOHN H. MUBBAY. Agent
No Freight received after *uns?t.
The St tani er will leave again IBVBCDAT, July 1.
MOUNT PLEASANT FERRY.
CHANGS OF SCHEDULS FOB THUBSDAT
THE COATS ON THIS LINE WILL
_,'leave as follows;
Leavo the City at SM, 10 and 12 A.M.; Ik, !
and 6 li P. M.
Leave Mount Plea?ant at 8, 0 and 11K A. M.; 2 an
C P. M.
There will also oo an Extra Trip that night
June 92 2? J. B. MUBBAY, Agent
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
FOR PALATKA. FLORIDA.
VTA SAVANNAH, F>BNANDINA AND JACKSON
THE ELEGANT AND KIR8T-CLA B
^TEAMER CITY POINT, C?ptate
>EO, E. McMliXaX. will sall from Charleston every
TEXSDAY EVXHIHO, at Nine o'clock, tor the abort
Connecting with the Central Railroad at Sa vannai
for Mobile and New Orleans, and with t&e Florid)
Ball road at Fernandina for Cedar Keys, at whist
point steamers connect with New Orleans, Mobile,.
Pensacola, Key Weat and Havana.
Through Billa Lading aigu ed to New Orleans and
AU frsfgbt payable on the wharf.
Goods not removed at rosset will be stored st tis k
and expense of owners.
J. D. ATHEN A CO., Agents.
Msy 97 South Atlantic Wharf,
rpi H E HUT SPRINGS,
BATE COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
8. C. TARDY* A CO., PBOPBTBTOIIS,
PBDFBSSOB J. L. CAB ELL. kl. D., OF THE TT5I
vEBsnr OF vniann 4, RESIDENT PHYSICIAN,
WILL BB OPEN FOB THE BFCEPIION OF
VISI l?hs, lune let, under the mamcement of J.
A. Mc 'LU VG. All tbe buildings having been re?
paired, painted snd fitted out with nsw Furniture,
Linen, Bed? and ? able-ware, these SPRINGS offer
unsurpassed attractions to both th? invaho and pie*,
rure-aeeter. No expense or eflort has been spared
by the Proprietors to mako it as comfortable and
pleasant aa possible to ail visitor:.
S3" The HOI WAI EB" here have been wen known
for more than naif a coolary to poetess, in a wonder?
ful degree, Ionic, alteiative. Denirgent and KUmu
laiing Properties, and bave become justly celebrated
for thc cure o' Kh-mma in<n, Gout, Disease* ol tbe
Liver, sain. Bladder and Womb. Paralysie, the result
ottnjurv or srriou' effusion ; Cooa action ot Mnscles
and Joints, Diarrhoea, and Dyapepsia, accompanied
a itb ^ ore Mooth and Tot gue. ' ?
Descriptive Pamphlete furnished by the Manager
at the ?Drinks, or by S. C. TARDY A CO., Bich
A telegraph office will ba established at tbs
Springs, thus affording visitors an opportunity of
prompt commubicatioB with every part of the coun?
try. Imo May 29
?1 T . CLOUD HOTEL.
THU NEV? A SD COM ii O i 10D8 BOTJflE. LOCAT?
ED corner ot Broadway and Eorty-fecond-a'reet,
posseasea advantages over all other bouw? for the ao
commodation oi its guests. It was built expressly
for a firi-t-clsss family boarding house-the rooms
being large and en suite, bested t>y ste un-?iib bot
ana eold w ter. and tarnished second to noie; while
the culinary department is io the most experienced
hands, affording gue?te an nneqoaEsd table.
One of Atwood's Patent r.tevaior? is atfo among
toe "modern Improvemenls" ano at the service of
guests at all hours.
Tbe Broadway and University Place Cv? pass the
door evoir four minutes, rusnmv from tbe dry
Hall to Central Pa k, while the sixth and teventn
Avenue 'ines are tnt a short block . n eitL-er ?Me,
affording ample faculties tor cotsmumcatlog with au
.be danois, steamboat landin aa, olaee* of anraae
mrnt sod business of th? Mat taetrop^3. .
11UKK ?S .HULLKT, Proprietors.
March 12 ?mc?