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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1092.
CHARLESTON, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 24, 1869.
SIX DOLLARS A YEAR
THE MEW CABUL.
PAJBJB, Jone 22.-The Great Eastern bas ar?
rayed off the Port of Brest. Tbe splice of the
sabre end will soon be.made and the nt w cable
Ismael Pasha leaves for London to-morrow.
BREST, June 21.-A banquet waa given on
board the steamship Great Eastern last night.
Toasts were given in honor of the Emperor
Napoleon, Queen Victoria, President Grant,
and to the union of France, England and
At sn early hour this meaning the shore line
and the deep sea cable were spliced, and at
daylight the whole expedition put toses, the
Great Eastern paying out the csble with ease
and rapidity. Dispatches from on board show
that the work is going on without interrup?
TOK?LTfl IN SOLAN.
MILAN, June 21.-Slight tumults occurred
yesterday. The military was called ont, and
quiet has been restored. The Prefect bas is?
sue^ proclamation threatening to take severe
measures to suppress the outbreaks if they
AN ntPOSTANT AMENDMENT.
LOXTON, Jone 23.-Lord 8haft?bury to-day
introduced an amendment that the Irish Char oh
property shall be made a fund '.rom which to
grant loans to the Irish peasantry.
THE COTTON TRADE.
LONDON, JOBS 28.-A deputatk n represent?
ing the Lancashire cotton trade has petitioned
for government aid in Indian cotton culture.
0P A BOW IN ITALY.
FLOUNCE, Jone 28.-The authorities in
Naples, Milan and Turin, are adopting extraor?
dinary precautions against tumults, it is fear?
ed, the revolutionises are inciting. Distur?
bances and several arresta have occurred st
. Brnos. _ <~
. THE CUBAN ARRESTS.
NEW YOEE, June 21.-Six important arrests
of Cuba* leaders were made by United States
Marinai Barlow to-night, comprising the fol?
lowing : lg na tio AlUro, General of the North?
ern Division of the Cuban Provincial Amy;
Colonel V7. O. C. Byan, Chief of the Recruit?
ing Service; Captain Felix Von 6 ton burg, Cap?
tain Ackerman, Captain James Peters and Cap
? tain Lindoif. They aie now confined, in Lod
low-atrset jain Warrants are also ont for the
arrest of a burge number of others, and they
will probably bs secured during to-night or to?
Secretary Fish ordered active measures to
beJaken to secure all the leaders. Byan was
loTommand tho expedition of s thousand men,
wno intended to leave to-night or to-morrow
morning, with arms and ammunition. It was
supposed they would Join tbs Quaker City,
which is believed to bs lying off tbs coast.
Byan and Peters were first taken as th ey were
entering a earriace from tbs Casino, (their
beadqusrter?) on Houston-street, near Mul?
berry. They offered no resistance. Acker?
man, Ton St on burg and Lin dorf were after?
wards arrested at the Casino, when quits a ra w
took place. The volunteers, under the in?
fluence of whiskey, attempting to prevent tbs
ospture, tbs marshal was obliged to resort to
some force. _
WASHINGTON, Jone 28.-Caban affairs have
never been the subject of consultation, al?
though occasionally the theme of conversation
bi the Cabinet, nor in the present aspect of af?
faire is official action probable. Tbs govern?
ment bas no information that the opposing
forces in Coba aver mst in tbs open field, bot
learns that the little fighting that bas been
done amountoao nothing more than skirmishes.
All operations are confined to a few inland
pointe. In this view of - the cass no member of
the Cabinet bas expressed any desire lor or
bin tad at recognising tba belligerent lights ot
Tbs Spanish Minister has been informed
-t|af while tbs government will enforce the j
neutrality laws, lt and the people sympathize
with the Cabaos. The Spanish Minister has
been placid in direct commnnisation with the
United States mara??is and attorneys, so that
he may furnish them information enshling
them to enforce the instructions issued months
ago to intercept tbs sailing of hostile vessels.
The recent arrests were made on information
' furnished through Spanish sources, and are
mainly attributable to the open boastings of
tbs Cubans of their success ia landing-men
* Ther? is im disagreement between Secretary
Fish and Senator Sumner in regard to Motley's
General Butterfield has been appointed as?
sistant treasurer at New lark.
ALABAMA DEMOCRATIC STATE CON?
MONTOOHZBT, Jone 2&-A special dispatch
to the Advertiser says that tbs Democratic
Convention met at Manon to-day and adopted
a resolution that it was inexpedient to nomi
nate s Democratic candidate tor Congress m
the Four th District, and adjoin ned. It en?
dorsed the action of tbe other districts, and
urged a strict party organisation in every
county. Colonel Les Crandall addressed the
people after the adjournment of the Conven
rion on the subject of Immigration, and was
SI'ABES FROM THE WISES.
The Arizona bas arrived at New York with
The Pennsylvania Republicans nominated
Geary for Governor, on the first ba lot.
gonth American advices state that the fever
ie dreadful at TB eua, Pera, and the smallpox
was st Chinqai.
The bark iL V. Hogg bas arrived at Now
York from Matanzas with fever. Two more of
tbe Saratoga's crew are dead.
There was a slight earthquake- and a great
'storm at Valparaiso. The government build?
ings were da na-ed to the extent ol $100,000.
Minuter Webb tells Secretary Fish that the
Brazilians have no more respect for tbe United
States than for Hay ti, and suggests that the
United States thrash them.
A meeting of Ute citizens ot West Tennessee,
North Alabama, Mississippi and Arkansas, is
called fir tbs 13Ai of Joly, to consider the best
means of securing Chmsse labor.
Yesterday, Chief Justice Chase, by invitation
visited tbe Tobacco Exp ban ?re, atBiohmond,
Vs., and in response tb an address of welcome
from the president, expressed the hope that ?
Virginia would regain ber former prosperity.
In an affray at Franklin, Vs., a negro was
mortally wounded by a man na ned Holland.
Tbe negroes col ec oed at night and tried to
born Holland's boose, bat were driven off, A
few noars later they burnt the sawmill and
lumber yard af Nealy Brothers. Lose nearly
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD COMPANY.
COUNCIL CHAMBEE, j
CHARLESTON. Jane 28,1869. J
Agreeable to adjournment, the Stockholders
of the Blue Ridge Railroad Company, m South
Carolina, assembled at 10 o'clock, and was call?
ed to order by the chairman.
Mr. G. 8. Cameron offered the following reso?
Resolved, That the Board of Directors are
hereby instructed to issue a seven per cent,
coupon bond, principal and interest payable in
coin, bavins twenty years to ran; ano that all
mattete pertaining to the text thereof and
issuing the bonds, be teferred to the Board of
Which, after discussion, was unanimously
Hon. J. L. Orr offered the following :
Resolved, That it be referred to the Board of
Direotors to ascertain upon what terms the
stock now held in this compi ny may be re?
tired, so as to enable the company to issue
new stock to aid in completing the building of
the road, and, if the same can be accomplished
advantageously in seeming the certain and
epeedy completion of the road, that they be
authorized to consummate each an an ange?
rs en t. . ..
Which was unanimously adopted.
On motion, it was ordered that so much of
the proceedings of this meeting be published
in the oity papers as the board may deem ad?
On motion, the meeting then adjourned.
W. H. D. GAILLARD, Secretary.
THE GREAT BOSTON JUBILEE.
A Review of Its Motives and Merits.
The philosophic wag who "did*1 the Boston
Jubileo for the New York Tribune thus sums
up his impressions at ita close:
When I think opon wha 11 have gone through
this week,' I hardly know whether I am pleased
or BO? It has been almost impossible to
treat the Jubilee with entire seriousness, be?
cauee Boston gets BO very mad whenever it is
spoken of with levity. Her indignation at-the
bulking New Yorkers who wont be enthusias?
tic, and. as another correspondent remarks,
absolutely spit m the frog pond, bas such a
comical aspect that I don't see how an ordi?
nary man can help laughing. Then the wild
reporters of the local newspapers bave slopped
over BO fearfully that I take warning by their
example and try to curb my pen whenever I
hod it running into compliment. But, in sober
truth, there is a grandeur m this celebration
(music apart) to which juatice has hardly yet
been done. She aggregation of such miguty
I numbers ls always imposing, and the appear?
ance of the Cohseim when the organ used to
sound the signal and tbat tremendous ohoras
rose to its work with a sort of majestic undula?
tion, like a field of wheat swept by the wind,
waa superb beyond description. Think that
75,000 or 80 000 people, branding those who
listened outside, were brought together every
day for a week to enjoy themselves; tbink that
they did ibis with good humor and good or
der; and remember bow unfortunately rare a |
1 popuhr festival is? the United d?tes, and yon
will agree with me in rating Patrick S. Gilmore
aaa puWicbenefactor. There was.something
grand in the daring which conceived the plan
of bringing people from the remotest parts of ?
America to take part in a festival of snob a very
abstract character as this celebration of a
peace which ia four rears Old; and something
grand in the energy and business talent which
earned it to such aBUOoessral conclue.on. We
cannot help respecting the musical entbusi ism
which inspired the great chorus, who came at
their own coat long days' journeys from the East
and the far Weat, sang gratuitously, and sub?
mitted to the moat stringent discipline. (The
instrumental performers were paid $50 apiece,
and all their travelling, lodging and boarding
expensas.) And finally there ia something in?
spirit! o g in the excellent aider which was pre
I eerved in the midst of this eic ting scene, and
the thoughtful hospitality with which the city
took care of ita myriad guests. But before we
decide whether the Juoilee waa triumphant,
we ought to know what its object waa. "Peace"
I am afraid waa an afterthought. If Art was
the chief matter involved, then the festival was
certainly a failure. Yery little of the music
waa really good, and the things which
were beat performed were those not worth
performing. I thought the Boston Trans?
cript let ont a little bit of the truth
this afternoon when it said with a chuckle
that the Jubilee had been a splendid advertise?
ment for Bostoo; bot this way of looking at
the matter was probably only the result of prov
fesaiooal instinct; we had heard of Boston be.
fore. The whole thing was indeed a stupon
dous advertisement, and the anxiety of some
of tbe Boatob houses to improve the occasion
by a little dickering was abominable; but there
waa a better Paebng than this at the bottom of
the enterprise. 1 suppose it was mainly Ameri?
can spread-eagleism. We have the biggest
rivers, tho biggest railroads, the biggest chaine
of lakes and mountains in all creation. Let os
bare the biggest choras that ever was got to?
gether. Let na put np the biggeat concert
room the world over saw, play the biggest na?
tional air with the biggest braes band, and
make a bigger noise than was ever before pro?
duced o? Ave acree ortho earth's surface; and
then let us brag about it until we have some?
thing bigger. That I believe is the sentiment
of the Peace Jubilee. It ia not ignoble, it is
OUR SECURITIES AT THE NORTH.
A Gratifying Exhibit.
The New York Herald of Monday, in its re?
view of the stock market for the preceding
week, says :
Southern securities were more than unusually
active, and tue market exhibited many fea?
tures of interest Almost simultaneous with
the announcement that Lonisiana was ready to
meet the payment of ber coupons came the
news that missouri, according to the opinioo
of her Attorney-General, woe bound to redeem
her bonds io gold. The Nashville Press
now says that the money to pay the semi-an?
nual interest on tbe Tennessee State bonds
this July will hpe to JO all borrowed. Tho
semi annual interest to be provided for is about
$1 100.0CO. The railroads provide about
$400,000 of this. The remaining f 700 000
must be provided for either by laws or by
taxation. Not one railroad in the hands of re?
ceivers paya a cent in the treasury in the way of
interest to be provided for; the railroads ought
to pay something over $800 000. Instead of this,
they provide about half that sum. In contrast
to this ia the example of South Carolina, whose
authorities, aocording to an announcement
from Charleston, which is b .rae out by a no?
tice m the advertising columns, will promptly
meet the oayment of all the interest due Julv 1.
The old bonded debt of the> S ta Le is $5,407.800.
The iutereet OD thia som has been arcumul.it
iug 6iu CG Julv 1,1867. a mount ID ^ to twelve per
cent. This debt was increase! about a mil?
lion dollars in funding the notes of tbe State
Bink, the new bonds having tbrec per cent,
accrue! interest. The assets of the State
amount to $2,722,315, comprising State an tirai 1
road stocks, wbir-u the Comptroller is unwilling
to dispose fit at their piesent depreciated
prices. Tho tota1 interest due July 1. aniouut
ing to about $700,000, is pi ovid d for by taxa?
tion, ininaknir ibe assessments tho system
hus been changed to tbat prevailing in New
York and Ohio, and gives great satisfaction.
Tbe axes, according to letters from Co.umina,
are'coming in Without troabie. Undor in
Biructio ia from the Treasurer tbe collect TS
are required tc receive the co up JU a at their
par va ue m liquidation of taxes -t'out-ufths of
the deb. being held at home. Tho coupons on
the bouda bcid in the North will be paid on
and after July 1. at tbe agency in this city.
Tue following were thi closing prices for the
Southern fisi : Tennessee ex-coupon, 62 68; do.,
new, CIA G2; do., five per. cent., 68 70; Vir.in
iae, ex-coupoL8,564157: do., new. Gl|i62; do.,
reanetered s ock 48 19; do. registered. 1866
56a57: do. registered 1867,58i58J; Georgia sixes
83a83ft do. sevens 95?a97; do., interest payaba
Ueoruia, 94J95; North Carolinas, ex coupon, 69
o59?; dc. new 56? 56; Missouri sixes93 93?; da
H ?uibal and bi. Joseph 92a94; Louisiana eix
e- 714 78; do. leveo eixjs 66ja67; do. do. tights
87.87}; Alabama eight* 33.1X1; do. fives 65a
67; do, H.xes, sterling, 95.100; South Caro.ma
aixee 82a85; do. new 81a82; do. registered
Block 70*71; City Mern ibis sixes 53.54; do. At?
lanta eigoto 85a87; do. Savmnah nevena 93a 95;
do. New Orleans consols 78 77; do. do., it-Buo
railroads, 70-71; Mobile andO.no. stet ling 65a.
66; do. eights 68168; Mississippi Central Rail?
road, first mortgage, 73a77; do. second do. 60a
68: Mempuia and Chail-sion, first morie: re.
b7 9J; do. second do. 77 79: do stock 47?47i;
Greenville and Columbia railroad, guaranteed,
Auditor To ml in so n Charge? tbe People
of Marion with Perjuring Themselves
-A Cool Kplstle.
Tbe Marion Stt.r publishes with comments
tbe letter of Auditor Tomlinson relative to the
action of tho State Boord of Equalization in
increasing the valuation of real estate in the
county two bnndred per cent. The Star calle
the letter impudent, ignorant and unsatisfac?
tory, and advises the citizens to appeal to the
I law for redress. The letter is as follows:
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, )
OFFICE OF A UMTOB OF STATE, >
COLUMBIA, fe. C., Juno 18. 1869. J
Messrs. John Wilcox, Wm. Evans, and others,
Marum, li. C. :
GENTEEMEN-The Governor has referred to
me a statement from you relative to the action
of the State Board of Equalization, to which I
have tbe honor to make the following reply:
First, as to the alleged exaggerated estimate j
placed upon tbe real estate of Marion County
by the board. The real estate of Manon Coun?
ty, as returned bv the County Au litor, w s
valued at $1,209,037, while that of Dallington,
the adjoining cono ty, was valued at $3 588,962.
At the same time Marion returned 90,000 acres
more than Darlington. The value of real prop?
erty in Marlboro' was (1,189.600, while she re?
turned 369,000 seres less than Marion. Tbe value
of real property in Williamsburg was $1.612,695,
while ehe returned 50 000 acres less than Ma?
rion. Tho value of the real property io ail
these counties, except Darlington, was raised,
and the raine of property in Marion County
was raised to what was thought to be its true
1 fail to see that the board bas placed an "ex?
aggerated" estimate upon the value of the
property of your county,
I can very readily understand, however, that
this increase will bear hardly upon individuals
whose property was properly assessed in the
first instance. If the people of your county,
with the assessors and County Board of Equal
zation had all done their duly, the necessity
for the action of the State Board would not
Tou ask that a new valuation may ba order?
ed. There is no authority under tbe law for
such sn order. Tbe only remedy is for indi vi?
ctuals Who feel aggrieved to send through the
County Auditor a statement showihg the valne
of their property-such statement to be sup?
ported bv affidavits. Thia statement should
give a full description of tbs property, such as
the n timber of acres of arable, meadow or wood
lands as the case may be, together with a de?
scription Of the improvements. The County
Auditor shook! consider the application favor?
ably or unfavorably, and recommend such an
abatement as be thinks jost. I will then, to
I the beac of my ability, act in the matter: and
you may be sure that I mil be glad to make an
abatement in the assflment wherever it is
demanded by justice.
1 am, very respectfully,
- Your obedient servant,
BE ?B EN TOMLIN SON,
THE MA RU IA Q ? BROKERS OF BARIS.
How They Do BnaLness.
A Paris letter to the Mew York Times says :
In the works of some of the popular French
novelists, we often find episodes caricaturing
the manner in wbiob marriages are contracted
in France. The courtier des marriages is
frequently made sn important personage in
the story, and in actual l.fe this appreciation
of his position is not far from the cru th. The
persons who concern themselves with this bu?
siness of making up marriages belong to all
ranks in society, from the insufficiently dow?
ered Duchess or Countess, down to the strictly
professional agent.. The only difference be?
tween them is that while the noble interm?di?
aires of the Faubourg St. Germain work in
secret and receive their commissions sousmain.
the regular marriage broker carnes on his or
her business openly, and even advertises in
the newspapers. If you have more money than
blazons in your escutcbeon,and want to thin t he
plebeian blood of your family with tho pur sa*j
you have only to go tesone of these trafickers
m truman flesh and he will supply you with a
husband for your daughter, iuruisbed accord?
ing to the amount of dot which you are pre?
pared to give her, with more or less antiquity
of descent and hereditary dignities. There is
no sham in the matter, lor these scions of no?
bility being without a sou to bless themselves
with, think it no disgrace to them to place
themselves in tbe market by inscribing them?
selves on fte books of those courtiers des mar?
riages. It is no wonder that with such encour?
agement the persone employed in this capacity
should occasionally tor cet that other countries
bold such customs in contempt, or transgress
io thoir cupidity the respect dee to distin?
guished foreigners. A flagrant example of this
boldness has just been brought to my knowl?
edge, in the lormjof a letter addressed by a
marriage broker m tho Faubourg St. Germain
to the wife ol one of the diplomatic represen?
tatives of the United States, who is staying
here temporarily. I translate it from the ori?
ginal, which is now lying before me :
"Madame (Ambassadrice - Permit your
bumble servant to announce to you a piece of
intelligence which will occasion much pleasure
to vourhonor.!ble countrywomen, the Am rican
ladies at pr?tent visiting Paris, and who might
wish to remain bore permanently. Tbe sub?
ject *8 a veiy delicate one, and Bhould there
tore only be communicated to those whom it
"A great number of immensely rea lt hy
American ladies come to Paris in the hope ol
contracting matrimonial alliances with young
fontlemen of high position and the bearers of
rench titles. I have been to Borne, and tbero
I have acquired tho conviction that the rich
American and English ladies who are staying
there only visit that city to gr. married to the
young men uf high rank who are to be found
among the Pontifical Zoua/es. 1 therefore
desire to inform Madame l'Ambassadrice that
I am in business relations with many young
men < f great family who are members of that
c >rps and resident at Borne. I have also to
announce to Madame l'Ambassadrice that here
in Paris I am m daily intercourse with 3 ooo g
men b.'ar in g tbe titles of Marquis, Baron, Vib
count, Count, Duke and even Prince, and who
would willingly consent to marry Americans
or any other foreigners, provied they bad tor
tunes, among these >ouug men, bearers of
great titles, there are many wno are in the
gre it departments of State, and who oven hold
rank at court.
'Let ms assure you, Madame, that these
marriages are effeeted with all the delicacv
possible, and all the observances usual in
such caBes. I undertake all the arrangements,
and I shall only expeot compensation for my
tron?le when tbe marriago shall be fully ac?
complished. In this way there ie no possibili?
ty ot fraud OD mj p iru Uivs ihe k'ndie.-sn;
Madame l'Ambassadrice, to aanouire this
nows to jour countrywomen, who. lam sure,
will hail it with joy, as it will permit them .0
marry, or to marry their dau?hicrs io the
e.Ue of Par.a 11m soc;efy. If I had known tbe
addresses ol the american lidies residtng
Pons, I would luve dcvo.cd niyseif to the task
of bearing tho news to them persou&ly. I
bust. Madime rAmbasstilricc, that you will
do this lor m-j, or < nat you will bave thu kind
ness to send me tbe names and addresses of |
tho 1 ich and handsome mumbel s of the Am J ri?
can co ons permanently or temporarily resil?
ing in Paris.
".Je good onoush also. Madame l'Ambassa?
drice to commun.cute ray name and address 10
Mesdames-(hpre follow the names of several
well known American ladies)-who I am ac?
quainted with nurdy by name, and who have
tho honor of being por?out?lly known to you.
1 hey will c rculate my oller and I hope by this
means to acqu ro the esteem ot tho Amcrlciu
ladies, and u der your fortunate auspices to
effect tho happiest and finest marriages, which
will pcrm.t the young cm pies to remain in
Paris nuder your kimi pro ec non.
"I can be seen ai any ho r at my residence,
but 1 preter gor g to the houses of loose who
have occasion for my services.
"I bavo the houor to be, Madam? l'Ambas
t adrice, your very devoted servant.
* 1N0.45 Bue d ? -, Faubourg St. Ger?
main, 5 h May, 1869.
*'Bo good enough. Madame l'Ambassadrice,
to nouorme with a reply."
I suppress the name and address of the
writer ot ibis precious cpis;le for obvious rea?
sons. 1 hold the original letier, however, at
tje disposal of any one wb. may doubt its au?
-A de<jerado bas been arrested m Misa DOTI
who .s c urgid with the molder of ssveotj
THE UEITEDl STATES AND BE AZIZ.
A Temporary Rapture.
There Lae been c rapture of diplomatic rela?
tions between Brazil and the United States,
General Webb, the Uoited States Minister at
Rio, having demanded and received his pass?
ports from'the Imperial Government. The
facts are thus stated in.a letter from Rio :
The difficulty arose ont of the old demand of
the Amen jan Government, dating as far back
as the year 1857, for indemnity in the case of
tbe American whale ship Canada. That vessel,
it may be remembered, wah in tbe month o'
October, 1856, taken possession of by Brazilian
soldiers when on the Ger?as Reef, near the
month of the Rie Grande de ?orte, in Novem?
ber, 1856. and, in spite of the remonstrances of
the captaio and crew who Rot ber afloat and
ont of dancer, her cargo was sold and the pro?
ceeds deposited in the Brazilian treasury in
1857. Reclamation was made by the American
Government in January, 1857, and was reject?
ed by Senor P?rannos, Brazilian Minister of
Foreign Affairs, who charged tbe captain of the
Canada, his tbree mates and twenty-two sea?
men with deliberate perjury.
Daring the civil war ia the United States the
j claim slept ; bat in Joly, 1867, Mr. Secretary
Seward ordered the United States minister at
this court to renew il, the dam rees, with inter?
est, amounting to the som of $400,000. The
minister accordingly placed the order of his
government in the bands of the foreign secre?
tary here on the 21st ot August, and on the 1st
of November, 1868, when it was presumed that
the Brazilian government had bad time to
make the necessary examination, he made his
formal demand. During the next ten months
the claim was discussed with four different
ministers ot foreign affairs, the last of these
being Senor P?rannos-the same gentleman
who bad rejected rt i J 1857 -who, without giv?
ing any notice of his intentions to the Ameri?
can minister here, directed the Brazilian min?
ister in Washington to ask Mr. Serrard for a
re-examination of the claim with the view to a
change of his instructions to the American
minister here. Mr. Seward promptly promised
this reexamination, and General Webb, ftrnv
mg m Washington before it was concluded,
advised the adoption cf the exammrr's report
to oom promise for less than one-fl ft h of the
original claim, including interest. The advice
was adopted, and General Webb was author?
ized to propose to the Brazilian Government
the payment of the som of $70,000, full satis?
faction of he claim.
Ou the 81et of March, General Wt bb placed
in the hands of the Baron dc (Jotegipe a tot mal
note, m wbicb he copied at length bis instruc?
tions from Mr. Seward, and made the proposal
he was ordered by his government to make,
confiaing himself, in so doing, to the language
of his instructions. Un the 24th of Apt il, the
American packet being about to sail on the
25th, and General Webb being ill m bed, he
sent his Secretary of Legation, the rion. Wm.
Y. V. Lidgerwood, to the Bacon de Cotegipe'e
residence, to inquire whether he accepted or
rejected the offer of compromise made by the
Government of the United States, m order tbat
be might report the result by steamer on the
following day. The Baron, then, for the first
time, repudiated the instructions issued by
Mr. Seward and embodied iu General Webb's
dispatch, and said to Mr. Lidgerwood, accord?
ing to his official report to his minister: "All
action on General Webb's proposition from the
United States Government is declined, be?
cause, inasmuch as the minister from Brazil in
the United States has not advised this govern?
ment that he has been informed by Mr. Sew?
ard of his having issued renewed instructions
to the United States Minister in Brazil, no ac?
tion can be taken upon such instructions until
Bach advice has been received from our Minis?
ter, informing this government that the matter
has again been referred to tais legation."
Against this extraordinary decision General
Webb remonstrated, staring that if such a
coarse waa persiste J io he would resent the
ofienoe to hiB government and ?Jemand his
passports, stating at the same time that asim?
ple rejection of Mi. Seward's proposal to com?
promise would be perieetly satiafactoly, be?
cause that would be rr cognizing the minister's
instructions, thereby removing all cause of
offence. The Baron de Cotegipe refused to
read or receive the letter; insisted that the
Government of tbe United States had treated
their minister with disrespect ; and that what
purported to be renewed instructions would
not be received. The Secretary of Legation
replied that it was bis minister and the dignity
of his government that were outraged, and
took bis leive, brmgijg with him the letter.
On the following day the rejected note was
again handed to the Baron, and left with bim.
On May 3, General Webb wrote a scathing
letter to the Baron, lo it ha used the follow?
ing language :
"Bas no other nation bat that of the Impe?
rial Government jost susceptibilities to be
wounded ? May not a republic, boasting of its
forty millions of intelligent and enlightened
freemen, be os susceptible to contemptuous
treatment as tbe Imperial Government of Bra?
zil, based as it is upon the institution of haman
slavery ? And is it not within the present ultra
monarchical and reactionary administrators of
Brazilian affaire that -he undersigned, tho daly
accredited Envoy Extraordinary and Munster
Plenipotentiary from the (JmtedSta.es, any
have susceptibilities to bs wounded, quite
as much entitled to consideration and res?
pect as are the just susceptibilities of the Min?
ister of tbo Imperial Government in Washing?
General Webb remonstrated in vain. A
sharp correspondence ensued. 1 he Baron re?
turned General Webb's first letter as inputting,
and on May 10 General Webb demanded his
passpoits. They were sent bim on tho 12th.
Tho General packed bis traps and engaged
passage on the Merrimack.
At 2 o olock General Webb embarke 3. By
order of the government, the steamer was de?
tained two hours, i be Boron appeared ap?
palled at the storm be bad created. Webb re?
fused to parley. The Baron then gavo way,
and, just as the anchor was being raised, he
recognized tbe validity ot Secretary Seward's
instructions, conceding all that General Webb
demanded. Webb's trunks were tossed back
on the wharf, and Webb himself fol owed them,
limping down tbe gang-plank ot tho Mern
mark with a peculiar satisfaction. His wife
acccmoanied bim. Everybody seemed joyful,
and tbe diplomatic combatants resumed their
He ls Wanted In the Rice Fields.
The Georgetown Times is not very much in
love with John Chinaman, bat is decidedly ia
favor of trying him in our rice fields. The
Times soys :
The completion of the Pacific Railroad has
already demonstrated that the Asiatics will
become a very important element in the Uni?
ted States. The building ot this great iuter
oceuiij road has shown them to be a very effi?
cient and industrious class of laboreia, adapt?
ing themselves to all ibo improvements in the
arta and sciences that ute thu result ol advanc?
ing civil zxtion,while tho individuality of John
Chinamau remains tho same. Ile letti steal
so wib tue negro; be will lid-so will tho ne?
gro. But work, indefatigable, persistent la
bjr, seems to bj un inherent characteristic of
tue Chinaman. With the negro ic is, for tho
most part, c. mpulsor . The iabor ii the cheap?
est in tho wor.d. 1 hey sae capable of ndapt
mg themselves to any pursuit, being among
tbo most ingenious people on the globe. 1 hey
will di cu, dig, plough and attend to all of the
requirejjcnte ol agriculture, while they are
useful in tue factories. For nee culture, they
would tar excel Cuffse and Sambo, both in
thrift and powers of end irance.
Wo are certainly ia nocd of such laborers,
par icu.am BU for our ri:e fields; and tbo time
is not far distant wben tho Celestials will find
their way to tue cotton aud rice fields of tbe
South. The country must Le developed and
improved. We cannot expect any large arnon at
o: European immigrants, and doubtless atten?
tion will be directed to the Jhinese. As re
gards tuo political bearings of tho subject, this
is a problem for politicians to work oat, and
we will soou seo how the Fifteenth amend?
ment will apply; but the present indication
are that Asia wul soon "pour upon and over
us countless thousands ot her superfluous,
oheup-iiviiig. Blow changing, auassuniliiting
but very une.'ul labireM."
-Ex-Pr?sident Johnson recently visited a
Tennessee female .tvminaiy, and "after shak?
ing bande w,th tie largor gil s and affection
a io > kissing the Bmal.er oaes * mide a speech,
lu which he told them that "u..d his educa?
tional advantages in eany life beeu equal to
LLoae enjoyed by the inmates of this acad -my.
be won a have passed his days as an oldfield
schoolmaster and not as a public mm,"
THE CUBAN QUESTION.
The Neutrality Laws to he Rigidly En?
forced-1 he iteason Why-What lt is
Said England Proposes to do -The
Strength ol the Insurgen ti-Retaining
Fees Given to Radical Journals.
The Waehington correspondent of the Balti?
more Gazette, writing on the 20th instant,
On tbe 15th of this month, I wrote that
"upon intelligent inquiry 1 find that the recent
remarkable change in the tone ot Badical
newspapers in respect to the Cuban revolution
is owing to the fact that its success is by no
means the same thing as annexation to the
United States, much less the inauguration m
that island ot a negro State Government, sub?
ject to the orders of the Badical faction." And
it was tuen intimated, in addition, that this
Badical administration had been for some time
"suspicious of this condition of things." and
would shortly show its hand m inimical move?
ments against the revolutionists.
since men it has been made manifest that
without a guarantee of negro supremacy
(which cannot and will not be given,) a portion
of Grant's Cabinet are disposed to th wart every
sppoies of aid from toe people of this country,
to wbat they bad previously eulogized as the
'.cause of the patriots" of that island. I say
a "portion," because the Secretary of State
has taken particular pams to assure the press
representrtives here that be bas had nothing
whatever to do with the arrests at New York
and Bichmond of Cuban agents.
The truth is (as I learned yesterday) that a
circular has been sent from the office of the
Attorney-General to the District Attorneys at
all sa jpected points, with very stringent in?
structions to enforoe*-oar "neutrality laws."
This matter, therefore, by the sudden turn the
a ministration has taken, is a muddle that
threatens, if not the peace of the country, at
leset the peace of the Cabinet officiate and the
dominant party. _
In the meantime the English Government
seems to be aware that the American people
will not stand the refusal cf the Administration
to absorb Cuba upon any other terms than the
supremacy of the negro race of that island;
andu is consequently thrown oat that sbe win
shortly recognize the rights of belligerents to
the insurgents as a counterpoise to the efforts
of a part of Grant's Cabinet to purchase tee is?
land of the Spanish authorities., Io this latter
contingency, of course, the Radicals could pre?
scribe what terme they chose as tbe future
government of the Island. But it is extremely
improbable that our influence will be sufficient
io overcome that of France and England with
Spain in this regard. It may be said, there?
fore, with certainty, that the annexation of
Cuba to this repubLo 1B impossible, short o' a
protracted war, until oar own government
snail have passed into conservative bands.
Borne other very important facts have wit hin
a day or two come to my knowledge, which
show far greater physical and numerical
strength in the Cuban revolution than I had
thought it possible. I am not at liberty yet to
make these facts public. It is very certain
that the now known hostility of our govern?
ment baa immeasurably increased this power.
What still further increases the embarrass?
ment of the administration m this business is
the fact now well known that many Badical
journals have accepted large "retaining fees"
from Coban agents, and this short corner has
given them a world of trouble. In this aspe it
of the oise the predicament of the Chronicle
is pitiable indeed.
49" ESTATE OF NICHOLAS DEVEBB/JX,
DECEASED. -AU persons having any claims against
said Estate will render the ssme attested wi thin the
time prescribed by law, and those indebted to said
Estate will make Immediate payments to
JOHN H. DF.VEBF.OX,
Jone a*_th3_Qualified Executor.
JS^MOUL'lBIEVILLE, SOUTH CAROLI?
NA.-NO I"ICE-During my absence hom the But*,
warden C. H. SI M ONTO X will act aa Intendant of
said Town. . JOHN M. TOD SET,
?O' OFFICE CHARLESTON GASLIGHT
COMPANY, JUNE 22, 1869.-K Dividend of FIFTY
OENTS per Share on the Capital Slock of tuts Com?
pany having been declared by thc J> lr ec tom, the
same will be paid on and after MOND?T, tbe 5th
The Books of Transfer will b: closed from this date
to 5th proximo. W. J. HERIOT,
June 22 12 Secretary and Treasurer.
AS-BEAUTIFUL WOMAN, IF YOU WOULD
be beautiful, use Hagan's MAGNOLIA BALM.
It ?ives a pure blooming complexion and restaros
Its effects ere gradual, natural and rorfect.
It removes Bednesa, Blotchos and Pimple e, cures
Tan, Sunburn and Freckles, an j makes a lad; of
thirty appear lut twenty
Tte MAGNOLIA BALM makes the ?kin smooth
sod pearly; the Eye bright and clear; the Cheek
glow with tbe bloom of youth, and tmpsrU a tosh,
plump appearance to the countenance. No lady
need complain of her complexion, when seventy
five- cents will purchase this delightful article.
The best article ta areas the hair ia Lyon's Kathai
rou. thara Imo DAC Jane 24
?- TAX N O TIC E.-THE OW NERS OF
PROPERTY, in the Town of Mount Pleasant, are
herebj notified that the Treasurer will be in attend?
ance at the Mount Pleasant House, between the
hourn of 3 and 6 P.M., on TCKSDAYS, 1 HUES O ATS
and SATURDAYS, until tba ?Oth instant, to receive
the Corporation Taxable Returns for 1SC9.
Payment ot tbe same will be required on or before
the 15th of July. JOHN FERGUSON,
Mount Pleasant, Jone 15, 1869. Treasurer.
June 16 ju, b5
49*G0 TO GEORGE LITTLE & CO. FOB
cheap UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
Janel ., *, tuthslaxi
AS- IT IS ESTIMATED* THAT SEVEN
TENTHS of all adult ailments proceed from a dis?
eased and torpid liver. The biliary secretions of the
liver overflowing into the stare neb, poison thc entire
system, and exhibit the above symptom?. Altera
long research, we are able to present th" most re?
markable cure for these horrid nightmare of dis
ease? tbe world bas ever procured. Within one year
over six hundred ?nd fortv thousand perrons nave
taken PUNTA HON BI TTERN and not an instance
or complaint has come to ou? knowledge. It is ibo
mo-t effectuai ton e and agreeable stimulant, suited
to at] conditions of life. Inquire of yoi'r druggist
in regard io it.
M AGS oi IA WATBB - Superior to the best imported
German Cologne, and so.d at half the price
June 22 ruthsS
49* ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN.-ON 1HE
Errors and Abuses incident to Youth and Ear'y Man?
hood, With thc humane view ot t eatmmt and cure,
sent by mail free of charge. Address t? OW A RD AS
SOLUTION, Box P. Philadelphia, Pa.
Al ay 22 3mos
49- ROS AD A LIS 1 ROdADALlS ! ROSA
DA Ll-. !-Thia medicine h is become J si ly celebra
ted at the most re'iible Alterative we posseaa. It is
a well renceded medical fact that those Alteratives
walch exert an influence on th J Eidneys, inore a- i - g
the quantity of urine and improving i:s quality,
will prov the most efficacious io the treatment of
diseases. It is on this account that the ROSADALI.?
ii ao much more-reliable and produces so much
more speedy action in Chronic Lineases than any
beiorekmo?n to tbe medical profession sud the pub?
lic. lt is composed of medicines that not only tos?
sers the most powerful Alterative properties, but
also Diuretic, Tonie, Hepaiic and Diaporeii - proper?
ties, and it therefore act- directly upon all the secre
tl.oisoft esy-temand carries off the im i uri.ie?,
not O'ily through the Blood, but also through the
bkin, Kidney a, ic
For aale by GOODRICH, WIN EM AN At CO, Im
porters ol Drugi and Chemicals, Charleston, 8. C.
June 19 etutb.3
COVERT-BULOW.-On Tuesday evening, the
8th insta nt, by the Kev. Pr. fesf or JOHN T. BOBEBTS,
at (he residence of the bride's mother, New fork,
THOMAS W. COVEBT to MABTHA CAROLINE
BULO W, all of Charleston, S. C. No cards. *
ON TEE DEATH OF MB?. AKNA MARIA JOOSSET HOW
ABD, WHO DEED KAT 24, 1869.
Weary days and weeks of suffering
Patiently bore are ended now,
And a glory bright and heavenly
Best? upon tbat loved one's brow.
Hard it is to bow submissive,
And to say Thy will be done,
When death enters a happy home
And calls away a mother.
In bright morn when all was fair,
When strong was every tie,
Ihe summons came* with patience
And laid ber down to die.
Your home will now be sad and drear,
You will too her vacant chair.
And oft your hearts will burst with grief
To know tbat she ls not there.
But upwards look, methinks she bids you
Wipe away each Ditter tear;
Children mourn not for me, .
Weep no no more, my children dear.
Then I know yon ?Ul not murmur.
Blessed hope to you ls given
That your mother in an angel.
And her home is now in heaven. 1
STONE?.-Pied, on the 18th Instant, after an ill?
ness of a few bonn, SARAH MILLS, daughter ol
THIODOHI and BOBA- STONXT, aged 8 months and 7
MW TO BE RAFFLED, GOLD CROSS AND
CH vIN, at the store of Mr. M. DBaKB, corner of j
King and Liberty streets, THIS EvKxruo, at Six
?arc ON SIGNEES' NOTICE.-MER?
CHANTS' LINE.-The Sc coner LILLY will dis?
charge cargo THIS BAT at Auger's North wharf.
Goods not called for before sunset, will be stored af |
risk and expense of Consignees. No dalma allowed
after goods leave the wharf.
June M 1 WILLIAM BOACH A CO.
MW NOTICE.-NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S
SAVINGS BANK -DEPOSITS made betweea now
and July 19. h, will draw interest from July 1st.
June M 2? NATHAN BITTER Cashier.
?3-10 THE CUSTOMERS OF WM. 8. COB
WIN A CO.-With a view to accommodate all our
Customers, we will aend to the rer iuvnces of those
who desire us for their orders on auch days aa they
name, between the hours of 8 and 10 A M., and the
goods so ordered will be delivered by 3 P. M. the
same r ay.
Our Customers and others wno wish to avail them?
selves of th? abeve will please leave their names and
residences at the store.
Beapectfaliy, WU. S. COBWIN A CO.,
_No 375 King-street
40-GO TO GEORGE LITTLE A CO. FOR
FINE LINEN SACKS, tl 80. '
MW IHE NEATEST, THE QUICKEST AND
THE CHEAPEST.-Tm NEWS JOB OFFICE, So*
Hi EAST BAT, having replenished ito Stock with a
new and large assortment of material of the finest
quality and latest styles, ls prepared to exscutc, at
the shortest notice and tn toe* best manner, JOB
PRINTING of every description.
Call and examine the scale of price? before giving
your orders elsewhere. m
?3-8 TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, MARL?
BORO' COUNTY-IN iOTJlTY-MABY S. S. JACK?
SON, ADM'X.. vs. HUGH JAUKSON. rx AX*-BILL
FOB PARU HON, Ac-Notice la hereby given, la
obedience to an order made In the abo ;o atatedScase,
that the next of kin of WILLIAM J. JACKSON, de?
ceased, living at the dme of his death, or their heirs
at law ard legal repr?sentatives, besides HUGH
JACKSON and ELIAS JACKSON, are requested to
establish before me such relationship, at Benne tr
ville, S. C., on or before the VTBST MONDAY or. Ac
ouBT next P. McCOLL, Clerk.
June 13 stuth Imo
MW WORDS OF WEIGHT FOR, WIVES
AND MOTHERS.-The superiority of HOSTET
Tilt's STOMACH BIITEB3 over all other tonlos
and correctives, as a remedy for Dyspepsia, Bilious
ne MI, Nervous Affections, and all complaints of the
Visceral Organs, and as a preventiva of malarious
disorders, ls pioverbisl; but perhaps it is not so gen?
erally known that the Ingredients of tbis famous In
vigorant and alterative exercise a powerful and
most beneficial influence in that numerous and dis?
tressing class or ailments, of which so many thous*
ands of delicate women are tbu patient uncomplain?
ing victims The spacial troubles of the rex., com?
mencing with tbe dawe of wominhood, and extend,
ing over a period of from thirty to thirty five years,
ore as readily and certainly relieved by tte opera
ration of this aJmirable vegetible preparation, as
any ol the complaints common to both sexes, for
which lt is recominen led aa a specific The atten?
tion of mothers ia invited to Its balsamic effect in
those peculiar cases of functional Irregularity and
irritation, which, when neglected or maltreated, des
troy the health and shorten the lives of so many
invalids, lhere ls no need for the powerful and lan
gerous drusa too often resorted to in such cases.
Ihe mild Unie and restorative action of the BIT?
TERS is all the assistance tbat nature requires in l's
etrugsle to overcome the difficulty, and a vast
amount of Buffering would be epared to tbs ses^ If
they placed implicit faith in this ? holes orne vegeta
ble invigorant, corrective and nervine, and discard?
ed the pernicious nostrums advertised by ignorant
and mercenary charlatans
June 19 nae 6
?arMARENGO.-F EYER AND AGUE
CUBE, TONIO, FEVER PEEVES Tl VE -Thu val?
uable med.clue, entirely vegetable m its prepara?
tion, ie offered to tbe public and warranted to cure
any ca-e of CHILLS AND FEVER of however long
Blandina:, completely eradicating itt effect from the
system, purifying tho blool, Blren^tbeninr the di?
gestive organs, inducing an appetite, and keeping
the system in perfect health.
Those Buffering from debility arri ?lng from any
caus ? will find lt the purest and best IONIC to be
had anywhere. To per9on3 residing in unhealthy
sections, or who are predisposed to fevers of any
kind, it will be found invaluaole as a preventive. It
ls quito pleasant to the taste, and can ba given to
children of all age' wimont lojury Numerous let?
ters have been received testifying to its efficacy and
value Ai a FEVER AND AGUE CV HZ AND TONIC.
Ii is lullv guaranteed to give complete and naiver
MARENGO is no humbug. IRV IT.
For sale at retail bv all Druggists.
Atwho esalebv DOWIE& MOISE, corner Moet
iutrand Hasel streets; GOODRICH, WI N KU A N st
CO., Hayno-street and G. J. LUflN. General Agent
of Proprietor, southeast corner King and John
streets, Charleston, S. C. nae 3mos June 8
?3-BATCHEL0R'3 BAIR DYE.-THIS
splendid Hair Dye is thc best in tho world; the only
true and perfect DTP; harmless, reliable, lnstat ta
neons; no diaappolntm nt; no uuiculous tints; rem*
edies the ill effects of bad dyes; invigorates and
leaves tue bair soft and beautiful black or bro?n.
?.old t y all Druggists and Perfumers; and properly
applied at B achelor's Wig Factory, No. - Bond,
street. New York. lyr May 16
J_?OL?lh.i5 di MACBUTIl,
No. 30 Broad-street,
Charleston, b. C.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, BEAL ESTATE
tiE.VKRAL COMMISSION AGENTS
Will at tr en J to Benong aid J llechng of Rents
and purchase, and eale ol bioo-s. Donas, Gold,
Silver and Beal Estai e.
To the Purchase of Goods sud Rnpnltes for parties
In the country upon reasonable terms.
GEQBOI L. HOI ira.AJJOAXDEB MACHE J H.
January 1 ly
FOR NKW IORJI-MERCHANTS LISE t
THE SCHOONER I ILLY, BUGHES
M a^ ter, bavlD g s large portion Of cargo en*
gaged, wtll be promptly despatched
EXCURSIONS I EXCUKSIOS il
THE NEW AND COMMODIOUl YACHT
MARYELLA, is now ready an/* prepared
to make regular tripe to pol ats of in ter eat
in our harbor. Will also tsk/ parties for
Picnics and Moonlight Excurrions.
For Engagements apply to C?ptala COOK, on
board at Atlantic Wharf, or to No. 102 EAST BAY.
THE FINE FAST SAILING YACHT
ELLA ANNA, the Champloi of the fon tb,
is now ready and prepared to make regular
_trips, thus affording an opportunity to all
who mav wiah to visit points of inter ist in our bes u -
For passage, apply to tbe Captain <m Union Whar f.
EXCURSIONS AROUND THE HARBOR,
THE FINE, FAST BAILING ANDOOM
Mw? FORT ABLY appointed Yacht ELKA WOK
/JCk,will resume her trips to historic points in
^T?TT?T the harbor, and will leaTo Qovercmen
Wharf daily st Ten A. M.
For Passage apply to THOMAS YOTANG,
December 18 Captain, on board. 1
VOR NEW V aRU.
REO ULAR LINE EVERT WEDNEEDA Ti
THE SIDEWHEEL HTXAfiSKIF
MAGNOLIA, Captain M. B. Caow
KXL, sui leave Vanderhorafa Wharf
OB WEDNESDAY MORNING, Jone
80th. st 10 o'clock. _
June 2*_BA VEN KL k CO.. Agents.
FOR PI1ICADKCPH1A AND BOSTON.
REG ULAR EVERT THURSDAY.
THE STEAMSHIP J W. EYERMAN
'Oaptain SKTDXB. will hare North.
5 Attentic Whan, on THURSDAY, Jun?
, 24th. positively st 2 P. AC
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JOHN At THEO. GETTY,
June 21_Worth Atlantic Wharf.
NEW KURE ANO CHA ULKSTOR
FOR N E WJ? YORK.
CABIN PASSAGE tV.
TBE (-PLKNDID SIDE-WHEEL
STEAMSHIP CHAMPION, H. W.
LOCEWOOS Commander, will sat
from auger's eouth Wharl on BAX
CEDAT, June Sf, at 6 o'clock P.M.
sty An extra charge of $8 made for Tickets pur?
chased on board siter sailing.
MW No Bills of Lading signed after the steamar
MW 1 brough BDls of Lading given to Liverpool.
?*T> Through Billa Lalmg given for Cotton te
Boston and Prerldenee, R. L
MW Marine Insurance by this line % per oeat
49? The Steam ?ra of this li oe sn first class in
every respect, and their Tablea are iupc-Ued with at
the delicacies of the Nsw York end Charl ea ton mar?
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMES ADOS H k CO.. Agents,
Corner Auger's Wharf and Esst Bay (Upstairs.! _
PACIFIC MA IC STEAMSHIP COMF1 S
THBOEOH UBi< TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
CHANOS OF SAILING DATS!
8TXAJaIIA8 OF IBS ABOVE
line leave Pier Bo. 42, North River,
foot of Canal- street. Hew Y ark, si
U o'clock soon, of the 1st, Uth ssal
Met of every month (except when thees dstes fall
en 8 and ay, then the Saturday preceding).
Departure of lat sud Hst connect et Panama wits
steamers for Seutb Pacific and Central ft mensa?
perta.- Those of lat touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of 11th ot each month connects with
the new steam Ene from Panama to Australia sn*
New Zealand. - e
Steamship QUE AT REPUBLIC leaves Bsa Frax cis?
co for China sad Japan July 3.1869.
No California steamers touch at Havana, bat gc
direct from New York to ArpinwaU.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adels.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or farther information sealy
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the whait
foot of Canal-street, North River, New York.
March 12_lyr_F. B. BABY, Agent
KXCUtlBlON AROUND THE HARBOR.
SATURDAY" AFTERNOON, 26TH JUKE, AT FOUR
O'CLOCK. * '
THE ST!.AMER EMILIE, WILL
_[leave South Atlantic wharf, foot of
Brosd-streel, (back of the Old Post office,) as above,
affording a fine view ot ail uuiuts of Interest in the
. arbor. Will return at sunset Music will be os
Fare for grown persons-60 cents.
Children under 12 years of age-2J cents.
SLACKELFOBD At KELLY. Agents.
June 24_8_No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
FOR PALATKA. FLORIDA.
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA AND JACKSON
THE ELEGANT AND KIR8T-OLA S
_ gSTKAMER QTY POINT, Captais
Iso. E. EcMXBAV, sill sail from Charleston ever)
TUESDAY Evswrso, st Nine o'clock, mr tbe abort
Connecting with the Central Railroad at Ssvsrmar
for Mobile and Nen Orleana, sud with the Flo ri di
Railroad at Fernandina for Cedar Key?, st whist
point si earners connect with Nsw Orleans, Mobile,
Pensacola, Key West and Htvana.
' Through Billa Lading slgoed to New Orleans an d
All freight payable on the wharf.
Goods not removed at sunset win be stored st ria k
sud expenae of owners. *
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents.
May 37 South Atlantic Wharf.
JOHN D. AiiBXANDKR,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. IS Bro std-street.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS TN AD
JUSTINO ACCOUNTS ol Merchants sod sthesa,
and m WRITING OP AND POSTING their BOOBS,
either in part or whole. Ac_January >
J. B HEARD, H. Y. I W. J. HEABO, NORFOLK.
C. W. YOU SQ, K. T. I P. E. GOODBXDOE, PORTSMOUTH.
JT/EARD, YOUNG ?ft CO.,
PBOD?CE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nd. 347 Washing ton.street, *
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE PALS OF
EABLY VEG E&A BLES, FBU7T8,
BxFXRDicxs. -Governor Z. B. Vance, Charlotte;
W. D. Reyuo-Us k Bro., Norfolk; E. G. Ohio, Super?
intendent H. ? IL Railroad, Portsmouth; Colonel ti
L. Fremont, E. E. Burmas, Bsa... Wilmington; H.
K. Thurber k Co.. Lengora i A Egbert, New Yew?;
Bernard O'Neil], Charleston; Alexander k Bassel,
Savannah. Smoe Apr!!:
yy i cci s <u C HI SOL,m.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SHIPPING U GENTS,
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