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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1046
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006T OF TELEGRAPH LIHB8.
Loroow, JtBXfi 36-P. lb-The Queen re
Tie wed the Guards at Windsor to-day, in honor
of the Viceroy of Egypt. There were twenty
thousand persons present, and great enthu?
siasm was manifested. .
lt is stated to-day that it will cost the gov
ernment i? SW.OOO to purchase the telegraph
p Unes of the co on try, as contemplated. <
. PBOOKSS8 OF TBS NEW CABLE-TBOU
BLE IS TBS 00EPS r.mm.k-rrw
? BUIST, June 38. -Advices bave been received
through tho cable fromthesteame hip-Great
. Eastern up to this moroiog. Home difficulty
had been encountered, bat everything was
favorable at the last accounts. At noon y es tar
day abs had sailed 497knote, and had paid oqt
'Bia kno?s?f cable. At 4:30 thia morning a Unit
was detected in the .communication with the
shore, and toe ship wrns instantly stopped sad
measures taken to localize the fault. This was
found to be impossible; but signals soon after
.JwWd became perfect again, and it was resolved
jo proceed, which was done, and the signals
sent $f to this time have been good. ;
* BSBST, Jone 27.-At noon on Saturday, the
.Great Eastern" had made 574 knots, and paid
* Out63Gm?es of cable* She Was detained three
hours on Saturday norning, on account of jint
torrup ti on of signals; the detect Was removed,
communication restored, "and the expedition
- (BAS?T, Jone 2?.-The Great Eastern is pro
Riosaiiig finely. ...
KAPOLSON'S POU CT.
PABIS, June 37-The Emperor has written a
Je?er i o Schnieder, President of the Corps L?g?
islatif, in which he says the policy of th? Gor?
st has bera "maire manifest with suffl
; dourness:to' present equivocal interrup?
tion^ Now, as before the elections,'lt will con?
tinue to perform the t? oi reconciling strong
power, with sinbirely lib?ral institution?.
Schneider's r^ig?allon DM^?6% WilDo>??t.\
I .Ol 80ABA? rBo* THE ABSBJOAWBSaXBU
?. Pian, Jone OT.. J. G. Warren, an American
citizen, has enterad a tarmaj complaint for ar
and cruel treatment docing the not, and
eda damages through Minster Waan?
yi i. ? [Se :. . ? .?t-r.-strt;"?.
STAW-POIJCT OJ TH? 00 V ABU tfm J TOWARD
' MADRID, June 26.-There was an exciting
debate m the Cortee -to-day on ?be policy of
"the Obverament Wward the BepubUcaDa tai
the arbitrary coedaot of civil governors.
*?enor begaster sard that tbe government
was dotermioed to punish all un cons tl tutional
manifestations. ~ '
" Ijfcin), Jotre 87.-In the Cortes yt s ter day .
JjwfopubtrcAD ?embers were warned that
fteir presence in the Chamber was .permitted
as an set of patriotism, but they could not be
jalera ted as aooon^ios? in a scberoe. for build-1
Jm np a republic. The pr?sent condition of
affairs could not long cen?nos, as it would be?
come necessary to repress the people, or an ar -
Ahy would result.. ! -j
f General Dulce bsa arrived in this city.
JChamgesih^ . j
jj? TTAT.-r_xOa OOtJJITBX 4?AXH TBASQIJTi..
jWtOBWwat fcrne 86.-Tb* cffioial newspa\> er
Wbtains thfjloUowlBg\\ *7^**o*tej is tran-;
KU everywhete? ah* the attitude of the people
Std the vigilance of the attf horfties will pre
jfent further disunfasasea.1'
SltaAH, Jone 2ft.-The govo/umBrrfrhas for?
bidden the circulation of subscriptions to aid
&09e injured rn the hve-disturbances.
I THE CUBAN RKFOLUTION.
HAVANA, June 29.- The New Caofcain-Gene
ral De Rodas, was received very quietly. His
man ifc s to states" that bis policy wu) be ?m
rality. He tehs tup yoiaB?eers that they
should be proud of their past actions.
The insurgent? have- ?aptured the garrison
il at Babiva Nuev?, near Puerto Principo. O
Nsw TOSS, JuDe-89>-Notwithstanding Mar
a abai Barlow* denial,. lt is considered certain
*that the filibusters got to sea, and that tbs
jWfcthar me,* which the revenue cutter captor
lt, was* decor. Captain Hanni roo, with fifty
laen recruited at Richmond, are with the ex?.
> RICHMOND, Jane 89.-General Can by issued
an order to-day, extending the stay law to Jan?
uary 1st, 1870, io all cases where one years
- interest on the debt is paid before August
' next, but allowing executions to be levied in
cases ia wh ioh such interest ta hot paid, i
There was a large Republican meeting in the
i Sark, this afternoon, which waa addressed by
Yaa Wyck, Of New York ; Beers, of Montana,
and others. Near the close of the meeting, a
* ahite Itopubhoan m th? crowd dissented IVem
?ne of the speakers* and the negroes thinking
it was a Conservative, set on hun and beat him
severely. The ponce resined him.: JJ
-, Gilbert C. Walker, candidate for Gftvernor,
arrived to-night, was serenaded by the Con?
servatives, and spoke in response.
SFABKJS EBOM THE WIRES.
Tbs United &?tiAQjorwnment has now no
'var vessel in Coban waters.
?Bich Bilvez sames hare, been discovered on
the line of the Southern Pacific Railroad.
' The st ea roera City of Newport and. Bay
Oneen were injured by a collidion in a fog at
Providence, R. L, yesterday; but do li vee were
fho Secretaries of War and the Navy have
ftaced their forces at the disposal of the 8ecre
J&ry of the Treasury, to break np illicit dis?
It is ssid that there win be a favorable set?
tlement of tbe aftsirs of the Merchant's Nation?
al Bank at L Ula Bosk, Ark., and an early re?
sumption of business.
Tbe New York Times of yesterday has a
long editorial approving Federal non-interfe
renc 3 in favor of either of the tickets in Virgin?
ia, Tennessee and Texas.
?nd Gottlieb, two Teutonic friends in
alo, recently h*d a drinking match in a j
r garden, cs Ihev progressed **aeok and
' to the fifteenth g ass; time, three-quar?
ters Of ?W hour. Tb? Clock struck ten. Baas
ed at Qottbeb and Gottlieb 1 oked at Hans,
_bo*b looked at the sixteenth glass wniob
ey held lull in their bands. *'By tam, I neat
fen." Hans was heard to matter, and wah an
affirt he drained ni? glass. Gottlieb tried to fol- ?
!ow snit, but couldn't get it down, and had to
set his haix-omptied glass back upon the table.
Hana pttoaived th? mo vern eat, ?nd grasped
Maa sevyueemh gb ea. A BU ort etnwgie and
?be was om si de bia seventeenh. "Two to one
\Tmu Hans," was rb? cry. -Gottlieb had nearlv
I Hxushed bis s xteemh? but snddeuly it dropped
n tbs floor, and the feeble words, "1 eau
think no more," issued from between his teeth,
! aa he sana into drunken 'oblivion. Hans, wbo
had worried down about two-thirds of his eig.i
f asea th glas?, wheo he saw that he had won the
agMory. looked up exultingly at his friends
IkWW said, a '?(ting oootemptoonsly at his fal?
lan foe, "Ooh I by tam I if Iwaeto try again I
?mid ?trink dar whole .keg, " and theo fell back
AFFAIRS IE COLLETOX.
An Interesting Letter from the Con
WALTEBBOBO', S. C., JUO<
TO THE EDITOR; OF TUE NEWS.
I The Town of Walterboro' has a dilapi
appearance, and impresses strangers wit
belief that its glory was departed fo:
Many of the residences are unenclosed, f
thrown down, gates swinging by one t
and often, on entering, one would almo
pect to Bee ibe beaming race of tbe bospi
planter of the glori?os ante betium, when
rudely awake to the reality by tbe appea
I of a patriarchal face and beard, noddioc
with the Shire / of the planter, bot the <
of the bidy goat, who is tenant at will, a
times do not improve, bids fair to bold i
Many of the planters have sho wn great
; of energy, and because the labor Was rt
tun, money hard to raise, and the chane
crops precarious, seem to regard it as the
t?mate business of the balaceo of their liv
fold their arms, mourn the past, and fore
evil for the future. A portion of the y<
men deserve that I ehoukl do them -the ja
to say that they have done all that cou!
done ander saab great disadvantages,
used to work themselves, when negroes rt
ed to confer ot they eeLsed tho handles,
hate given practical illustration that the I
suDpoeed to be useless from the enerva
influence of the kid glove could guide
plough as'steadily or wield the axe as suet
telly, if hacked hythe right pluck, as
horny hand of the?pme laud plough boy.
Notwithstanding ibe signs of oecay refei
to above, Walterboro' does a brink bade, ei
dally in the fail. J. W. Burbridge, Bellii
A Son, P. H. B, 8 bul er, J. J. Stem H.
Luisn, Jasper Bice, H. Warner and M. Fli
are fha nunnett h "mses-all of them dom
good business. Walterboro'boasts tho fli
ooo rt irons? and jail of any county in the. Sti
The bar L represented by Tracy ? Malone, \
Hame A Fox, Godfrey S Harper, Bendersoi
Bebre, Robert Campbell. W. S. Harley, C
Farmer and Jefferson Warren, all or wh
seem to be ahve to the tntttastB of their oliei
and it ibe next seasioo of the court (in Jory
not ooo sumed by Kiamba business, aa waa
last, they hope io clea/1 he docket? of the gr
mass of boeineew that ha* been accttinulat
for a fo a g time.
The corn crops in this section are promisii
though they Buffered for rai h. But experienc
planters say that it we get rain now tine ere
will st'll be made.
Cotton is backward but very dean and ii
healthy cond.tlon. If the caterpillar wm
falsify the prediction cn* everybody and st
away, fine crops would yet re wari th? fiithf
and gladden the hearte of the despondent?
To write of the political situation might
considered only a plagi arie ra ol accounts fro
other coo.atlee, but perhaps- with features of i
a? gr ty a ted nature, With few exceptions o
public oflgea are filled witt) * >et of men wi
weald regard ii duly aa a matter of ???rrimo
If they were accused of having the interest
the public at tuart. I think they Btand
little danger of an accusation so perieot
groundless. Each of these birds of paasaj
seem only to th mk of how he can best fea tb
hus own nest, not caring whether friend or f
is plucked, so he gets the feathers.
The township elect kr na are straws, ahowii
the way the wind would blow if the negro wei
not completely controlled by a party whot
whole object ia evidently to plunder.
In the few township elections yet held, tr.
negroes (although in the majority) have a
lowed the whites a Jibfral share of the office
and show their good sense in being. guided
?elect the beet men that would accept the p
An election was held for Warren Townshi
on the 12 h instant. It waa agreed upon b
fore that party ticks ti should not be rah, ai
the foltowicgpare?os, were elected;. James (
Padgett, Thomas Willlama and ' EVaac Spel
(the last colored.) Selectmen;--Cono
Clerk;Philip J. Hiera, Surveyor of Beads; Jil
Risber, Colored, Constable. Sheridan To wi
ship elected Benjamin Hughes, James 1
Ackerman, Aaron Mutin. (last colored,) ft
I ermeo; StoboR, Perry, Clerk; James A. Ai
kerman, Surveyor of Hoad*; Kit Ludas, colo
ed, Conatsjjfr ; :, * ? .
. . . ri . " - I r
Hew the Atlaatlc Catie ? Worked.
We find the following interesting account c
the working of the Atlantic cable in a rece i
lecture by the Hon. William J. Mc Alpine, o
the subject of "Modern Engineering
Telegraphy may. with propriety, be consit
ered one of the branches of engineering, an
ia peculiarly of modern development. A elev,
writer saya that it may be read by each of th
five senses'. On land linea-each signalis-mad
by suspending the.flow of the electric curr?
fir two different intervals if time called "dol
and dashe?"-the use of which, in different o?
den oonstitu'es the alphabet of the telegraph
When U?e?e aco printed . ttwrw ?re read b
"eAghi," but ordinarily the operator reade thei
by "sound1' as easily as a musician reads th
letters of the ?cale by the dame sense. If th
operator haa no instrument, he will <rrasp th
woe in his hand and read the sigoala by ''feel
ins" the interm ssione ot the flow of the elec
trio current. In like manner, by placing th
wire across hm tongue he cen "teste" the sam
intermission, bot this is a dangerous ex peri
mena. And it is said that the electricity cai
be marie to dissolve a obemical and produce i
pungent odor IQ the telegraphic alphabet ?hid
oan be read by "siaeUiflg," bot for Ibis I do no
vouch. I believe that the method ot eigaallini
through the Atlantic ca Die ls known in detai
to bnt few persons. The operation is exaotl]
reversed from (hail of the land wires.
The gutta-percha covering, of the coppei
wires, under the pressure of a great depth o
water, becomes an absorbent of the electricity
which is being Bet through them to the exten
of 90 per cent. Tbe first port fou of the'electrn
wave of 10 par cent, orosaes abe ocean (1701
j mi.es) in two secon p," *nd it would be follower
by a succession of waves i rom tbe reatoratioi
of that portion of tbe electricity which: hal
, been absorbed by the gutta-percha in impuls?e
, and the signal would be repeated like echoes
and produce not only confusion, but great de
lay. To remedy this Professor Yarley intro
doo d a key, which sends alt?rnalo currents,
i positive and negative!.' at. such intervals ai
allow the first wave of IO pei cent, to pass foe
ward, and then that portion ao^orbed by tbi
co verm g is neutralized by its opposite, and 'hf
cable is cleared for-the transmisaion of a second
, pair of cuereo ta.. -The battery .nexl. is a verj
aimil ODe, (fhreo OT Daai?ra-cap3.) and the
Signal bein? 10 pei cont; of lb? sm ill current,
is powerless to move any of the other instru?
ments in ase on land. ' The instrument used
consists ot a minute polarized needle, suspend?
ed on a ningle strand of a spider's web, or one
from the silkworm. In..the middle of this
. minute needle is Maced an almost microscopic,
.maror, which reflects a single ray of ii j; ht from
. powerful lamp.
The correa ta of electricity affect this needle
alternately to the right and lefo for a space of
time corresponding to tbat occupied ia tbe sig?
nal of the land-line, the same kind of alphabet
being used io Doth cues. The receiver (not
operator) sits in a dirk room, and the small
mirror reflects the ray of light anon a piece of
white naper before him, on whian a black line
ia drawn, to the tight and left of which tbe
light is alternately reflected. T*ie receiver
reads these signal* by "sight " and transmits
I them into another person, placed outside of
j the dirk room, by means of an ordinary io
I strament. A short time since, General Rev
I nolds toid me that be had sent a message,
without either wiro or cable, ninety-two mdes
I across an arm uf Ltira Superior, by means of
the heliotrope or mirror, and on tho return of
thia messenger, wuo bad been sent with a
written oopv, be found that the heliotrope mes?
sage had been received, ?nderst ood and ob J y ed.
He had two assistants, who had been tele?
graphic operators, who had fora whole som?
mer beeu smasing themselves in tallang to
each other with these instruments, though
they were stationed ten. twenty, or thirty
miles apart. When the reb ? Genoral Morgan
made his great raid through Indiana and
Ohio he captured ono ot my operators, . and j
compelled him to telegraph, io General Lew
Wallace's name to Cincinnati, asking how
many regnlai troops wore in that city. Morgan
read by "sound " and toereforo the opera or
did not dare to intimate tbat he was under
d?rese, and cou d only venture to add an extra
initial to his owu Signatare The receiving
: operator at Cincinnati knew that Morgan was
in that neigaboihood, and suspecting from
heeXTa initial letter that all was nu.riga,
replied greatly exaggerating the fotoe of regu?
lars soothe consi-quenoo was mat Morgan
changed his route to a ccroait of twenty miles
beyond the city, an 1 th na saved it from a sack,
and the probaole loos ol raillions of dollars.
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
The Charleston Collectors hip-T he Ten
nestee t. am rmi g n-.The Administra
Hon Favorable to ? ta bes-Attorney
General Hoar's Resignation Hooted
s on thc rn Steaanshlp and Sobaidy
The Washington correspondent of the Balli?
more Sun, writes ander date of Sunday night:
Albert G. Mackey, collector of customs for
the por tot Charlee.on, S. C., was removed yes?
terday, ana George W. Cia rfc . appointed in his
place. Tho principal charge against Mackey
is that ba put conservati vea in office nader bim
and refused to recognize the friends of the ad?
ministration. Mr. Clark, Mackey's successor,
is a Northern man.
The administration having been forced to
lake sides in the contest non t oing on rn Ten?
nessee, has declared in fa vor' of 8 totea for Gov?
ernor as .against Sunter. Stokes h os made a
s trout: appeal to the President to have th J fed?
eral patronage in the State thrown in his favor.
The President has responded favorably. Ali
federal officeholders in Tennessee will be ex?
pected to aid S okes, or suffer the conse?
quences. Senator Browolow*d course in oppo?
sing General Qrant in the Senate, and in taking
sides with Banter, has neutralized whatever in?
fluence he bad with the administration. Here?
after Stokes will be regarded by the President
as the leader of the party in Tennessee.
It ls said that Attorney-General Hoar medi?
tates resigning his place in the Cabinet at an
early day, and that hm successor will be ap?
pointed from Pennsylvania. Thu is given by
Borne as explanation of the President's con
due; in appointing Mr. Bone's successor from
New Jersey, instead of Pennsylvania. Penn?
sylvania politicians, who are doubtful of car?
rying the State at the next election, say no?
thing will save them hat A movement of this
Senator McDonald, of Sansas, will, *t the
next session of Congress, present a memorial
signed by H. G. Walbridge, ot New York; W.
B. Trenholm, of South Carolina; li. T. Blow,
)f Missouri,- J. J. Hinds, of Arkansas, - and
?there, for tbe establishment of astfamebip
line from Norfolk, Va . and New York, to the
Mediterranean and Suez Janal. The memorial
?ill be accompanied by abill incorporating tbe
;ompauv, which also provides thil the compa?
ny ?hall be established by sabsidies from the
tonthern States, and the Postmaster-General
ihali give it a madcontrict for fifteen years,
it the compensation of 112 OOO per week. The I
>bject of the company ia io encourage immi- I
.-ration to the Southern States from Southern 1
Sorope and the Eut. i
? IL ? ? . ? _ ?
Ex-president Johnson tn Washington- \
Ai ls 'Opinions of President Urn nt and 1
the Admlalstratloa--Bitter Commenta
upon General Grant.
Another correspondent of the same paper j
Ex-President Johnson arrived in this city io
light, accompanied by Colonel Jobu Wilhams,
o* Tennessee. The object of his visit is to at?
en d to private business, and to be present at
he commencement of Georgetown College on J
Thursday next, his son being a pupil at that (
Your correspondent sought an interview r
rith the ex-President and bund him in good i
lealth and spirits, and willing as usual to cou- ]
rene upon political and other topics. He still T
'eels very bitterly towards President Grant c
rVben ask jd bia opinion or the President and t
he administration he replied very frankly and ^
?reely, "Yon know what my opinion wa? in the \
3sst, and I have asen nothing m the connuet ,
jf the administration to induce me to change t
that opinion." He then spoke of the President ?
in the most contemptuous tarma, oaaracteciz- f
ing him as a nonentity, a? wanting m physical
?nd intellectual power, and declared that be j
was a man without creed or a policy, and t
therefore not to be trusted. i
He reviewed some ot the past acts of his own ]
administration, especially those with whiob j
(jeneral Grant, as a Cabinet officer, was con- j
nee ted. He said he knew Grant thoroughly, }
tai had on more than one occasion read him (
through aa i throu?b, and was satisfied that <
be was without substance or opinions of his j
own. He also spoke of Cabinet members from (
whom tbe President had been the recipient of ,
Ha thought it a most humiliating spectacle j
the President of the United States should per- ]
mit himself to be placed under such obliga- ;
tiona to his constitutional ad visera. He then
rehearsed at length the con tro. cray between
himself and General Grant, and reiterated tbe
charge of prevarication on the part of the lat?
ter. Upon this subject Mr. Johnson became
very warm and showed a greal deal ot ill tem- ;
per and bitterness o* sortit.
He had no favors to eek of this administra
rion, he said, and no ends te accomplish. He
bad reached the summit ot his ambition, and
his race was almost ran. All that he desired
was to see .the government fixed upon a solid,
constitutional foundation ; bathe bad no hope
of that under the present administration. He
took a most discouraging view of public affairs
generally, and entertained the most serious
apprehensions ol the result. ?.
A NOBLE-HEARTED WOMAN.
Bars. Crane Pleads for Verger's Life.
The Natchez (M'IBB.) Democrat of the 21st
Through the kindness of a friend we are per?
mitted to make the following extracta from a
lady's private letter to a lady in this city. It
ehows snob trae nobility of heart in the widow
of the late. Colonel Crane as cannot bat add. if
anything can be added, to the piofonndsympa?
thy felt for the bereaved lady by the people of
Mississippi. We quote:
"When Ko v. Dr. Crane cot to Brown's store,
be found Colonel Crane lying with his feet on
the pavement and his head and body in the
store, just weitet ing in his blood and dead.
0.1 tbe floor clinging to the dead body of her
husband, and covered with his blood, was bia
wife, calling him by every endearing name,
imploring him to speak once more. She was
surrounded by mea and negroes; no female
near ber. While Rev. Dr. Crane knelt by her,
trying to do what ho could, the negro preacher
Lynch stooped over and said to her, "Yon
shall be revenged." Dr. Crane told him there
woe no place for such language; if h" could say
nothing to soothe hex he must remain quiet.
Finally, Airs. Crane was induced to eater a c ir?
rit?e where they were joined by airs. Judge
Jeffords and Mrs. Major Eagan, and all went
to Dr. Crane's residence. Here the awful trial
commenced-tor the scene was truly heart
rendaug. Mr*. Crane waa seated iii a chair,
covered with her h ns ban d's blood. She Iookeo
UDat me and smiled;but oh! sacha smile.
She threw ber arms around me, and asked me
if L know Joseph had been murdered, calling
him by every tender name. I almost shrieked
with agony. I got water and washed the blood
from ber bands I never witnessed such agony.
The ladies wept. The tears streamed down tne
cheeks of the officers. Mr?. Craue begged to
go home at once to her parents-to her two
eons-to tbe home where she had gone whei.
first mairiod, where her husband had made
her life one soone of happiness, Ac. Soe san?,
she raved; but suddenly she tamed and said :
'Judge Jeffords and Dr. Crane. I call upon yon
to hear nt words. Judge Jeffords, by all the
love >ou bore my husband, and I know ha waa
your dearest friend-your pa tn*r in law for
seven 1 >ng yeats-by all tbe love you bore him,
I beseech ?ou to use all the influence you have
to save the man who murdered bim. Joseph
ia m the hands ot his God; lot th it God be his
avenger. 'Vengeance ie mine, saith the Lord.'
Let not Mr. Yerger fall into tbe hands of man;
let no more blood be spilt; le* my husband's
blood be offered for peyes; let it cry to beaven
for peace for his couotrv; let it be the martyr's
bloo crying foi peace.'
'Turning to Dr. Crane, she said: 'Dr. Grane,
preach this to all. I would go and see Airs,
x.-rger if I could, and tell ber I have no feel?
ing of revenge.'
"She th?n threw herself into tb9 arms of
Dr. Crane and screamed, looking perfectly de?
The remainder of the letter ia a narrative of
inte?se grief, from the privacy ot wbich it
would not be proper to remove the veil.
-Tho steamship United Kingdom, now sev
enty-ono days out from Glasgow, has not yet
be n h -ard of, and serious le ,i rs are entertain?
ed for her safety. She b*B not been spoken by
Soy vessel whiob arrived here lately, nor by
any ves*el which arrivod in Europe. Toe
agents, however, ore still hopefm, as she is
known to be a very Blow vessel, eveo andar
steam; bot abe is sound and well built an 1
may bare drifted about out of bail of any other
A GREAT FRUIT TEAS.
Prospects of an A bandant Fruit Yield
In all Quarters-Tbe Soutb and 1 rack.
From every port of the country come reports
of the f alineas of the fmit trees. The New
York Evening Post, after noticing the cheering
prospect of the yield, adds :
Tbe people of New York begin, in one way,
to feel the benefit of the abolition, of ela verm?
in the Southern States-in the great abon?
dance and variety of fruits and vegetables
which we now receive from different Son tb em
States. Since the dose of the war, market
gardening, or "truck farming," as it is called,
has engaged the industry cf. thousands of
email capitaliste along tbe Southern seaboard;
this spring peas, beans, tomatoes and pota?
toes have been sold in our markets which were
raised in . Florida. Georgia, South Caroona,
North Carbljna and Virginia. Tho red Bermu?
da potatoes have found ii val g in white and f ?ir
tn bera from the neigborhood of Savannah and
Charleston; strawberries, and lately black?
berries, have been brought hither from near
Norfolk; peaches 1 from South Carolina are
sold in the shops, and presently we shall have
Market gardening in the South will yet bc
a very important industry, wherever a, rail?
road or a steamer is at hand to carr- early
vegetables and fruits to New York. To raise
these will pay skilful and indus irions men
much better than to grow cotton; nor do these
small crops require so mnch capital as the
more famous staples.
VJ one needs to be afraid that tbe Northern
market will be overstocked. The city grows;
and it is after all only a large depot and store
Q jose for all the surrounding country. It ia
not possible to overstock snob s market as
this, even with perishable articles. For in?
stance, no sooner do strawberries fall below a
wrtam once here, than agents from Boston
ina the cities between a?re and there pick up I
the choice lots to forward thither; and so it is ',
frith other fruit a.
It is, hythe way, one of the anomalies in <
market gardening that the earliest cucumbers 1
ire sent here from Boston. They are'raised i j
in der glass, of coarse; bat how is it that m 1
growing this vegetable the Boston gardeners
seat those of Savannah ? <
( Not only does the fruit promise well, bot '
rom all parts of the Weat and ? North west we <
jet welcome accounts of the promise of the 1
i rain crops. Unless some un foresee ti cause '
?events..the country will-bo made glad by .
'nil crops of every kind; and the year 1$G9 i
rill be one to which farmers - will look -back. 1
nth pie isnre, and which will be one of the fa- j
noaa years in agricultural annals. . i
THE BLIGH CONSTABLE XX JUG ,
arrest of Constable John B. Hubbard, Ij
Of Ho nth Carol ? ut, an Augoita-Iw ter - I .
eating Partie niara j,
The Augusta, Chronicle, of yesterday, saya : I !
Cn last 8 iturday night about ten o'clock, f 1
Tobo B, Hu bb ird, holdin g tha since of State I :
Constable of South Carolina, was arrested rh
?his city on a warrant issued by Justice Ella, [
lpou the affidavit of William E. Flint, charg- I
np .hjm ?Ith the oflaaoe n* Maa '"Tri'Tonpipnt. I
[he accused was taken bef ire Juatica Ells that I <
light, and being unable to give the bail re- 11
loured-one thousand dollars-wa? committed j '
o the'etty j iii to await an investigation. On I
resterdsy morning the prieon?r was again
iroug ht before Justice Ells ona warrant issued I
it the instance of Pleasant Sharptoa, charging I
lim with the same offence, and bail required i
n the same amount as in the. previous nv I,
it at oe. The case is a very singular one.. I
In tbe early part of last month a row occur- 11
ed in the neighboring Town of Hamburg, 11
joutb Ctrolina, which resulted in the woona- I
ng of tbe town marshal, Kennedy, by ja young I 1
nao name j K M ea. On the fourteenth of that I
nonth Hubbard arrived in Hambarg from Co-1
lamb?a, armed with authority from the Govef
oorof South Carolina to arrest Keyes and all I
:ther parties snooosed lo havo beso implioat- .1 ,
3d in tbe shooting affair. On his arrival in 1,
Hamburg, Hubbard and bis deputies arrested
ie/eral of Ibe citizens ot the place on snspi
3ioo, among others the two complainants,
Flint and Sharpton. On tbe evening of the
fourteenth tho prosecutors allege th it Hub?
bard and his officers brought .them from (
Hamburg and the State ' of Sooth Caro-,I
lina into this city, and procuring a room at
the Globe Hotel confined their prisoners in it (
outil the next morning, despite "the fact that
thia hotel was situated in tbe State of Georgia
and not within the Jurisdiction of S juth Caro?
lina. On the following morning this imprison?
ment tbe party went to Columbia, and arter au
examination the prisoners were released on bail
and returned to their homes. On last Batu relay
night Mr. Flint became aware of the presence of
Hubbard in this city, and took ont a warrant for
his apprehension. He was discovered that night
about JU o'elock by the officers, on Ellia-atreet,
and was arrested ?nd carried befor Justice
Ells with the result above described.
TUe accused denies tbe oh*ra;e, of course, I
and gives a very different verdi?n of the affair.
He says that after hiving arrested the parties I
in Hamburg, being unable to leave tor Colum
bia before the next morn I Dir, he found it im?
possible to obtain lodgings for the night in tbe
former place. Accordingly be released two of
his older prisoners on parole, accepting their I
promises to meet him at the railway station
next morning; Messrs. Sharpton and Flint he
proposed that they should accompany his
officer a and himself to the Globe Hotel in tbis
city for tbe night, at the same time informing
them that as soon as tbey tonched Georgia soil
he would of coarse, have no authority over
them, ana if they remained with him they
wodi'' do so voluntarily. These terms, he says,
they accepted, and spent that night at the
hotel, without tbe employment ot any force
whatever, and next morning accompanied him
to Columbia. Thia, we confess, does not sound
like a very probable story, and circumstances
are certainly aga nstUu accused
It may not be knoa^ka! Hubbard was once
an actor m the m et creel and wicked tragedy
which has ever disgraced the annals of a civil- I
ized country- tho judicial murder of Mrs. Sur- I
ratt for a crime of which she has been proved
to have been totally innocent; yet we are
informed that Hubbard bas boasted to one
of bis prisoners tne part he played in that
event. He is reported to have said tbat be
rTss employed by the United States Govern?
ment,'as a deteotive at tbe time of tbo trial,
and visiting in disguise the cell of the uofortu
nS'e woman, he was enabled to worm enough
oat of her to appear before tbe murderous tri-1
bunal as a witness. He is also said to have de?
clared that after the execution took place he
cot tbe rope from whiJil the body was suspend
ed, and stol bas the knife with wbiob tie did it I
in his possession. If this tale be true he must
be a most abaodoned monster, and one is
reauy to believe any charge which may be
made against the man who could act this base
part in tbe murder of an innocent woman.
Hubbard appeared to be very md.gnaut yes?
terday morning at tbis examination, that a
gentleman BO loyal as himself, and one holding
so high a position under a lo vii State govern
ment, should be arrested and incarcerated on
tbe affidavit of two Ku-Klux De:uocru ta. When
the aniouui ot bis bail bad been decided UOOD
he immediately cent ;t dispatch to Governor
Sott, infoxming the latter of his difficulty, a d
then went up town, in tbe custody of an offi?
cer, to search for boudsmen. L 'ter lu the day
Governor Scott sent a telegram to this cny
announcing that he would be responsi?
ble for the amount of bail required, and,
on the strength of tbis, bail was procured,
sud the prisoner released until next Mon?
day morning, when he will appear before
Justice Ella for i preliminary examination.
1 ne accused is coarse looking but well made,
sports an enormous bla-k moustache and
soems to be it man of a great de il of intelli?
gence aod shrewdness. He says that for some
time past he has been on the track of a maa
by tbe name of Briscoe, whom be stiles a "no- I
torious descerado and bushwhacker," wuo has ]
committed maov murdt-rs in South Carolina,
and for whose apDrebeuSion tberehas been a
reward of |50J0 offered. Li o says that bo bad
laid a trap for bim ?hieb wood have resulted
iu his arrest on Saturday night bad he not
been arreste J brm self. The accussd was rep?
resented yesterday morning by Major J. P.
Carr, and tbe S'ate by Mr. J. C. C. Black.
-The New O .-leans Bulletin or thf 24 h inst,
says: 'As a striking ev.d-nceof the return of
tbe tobacco trade to New Orleans we may ite
the recent cargo of ovnrone tbomaud hogs?
heads, brought b> the Robert E. Lee, and the
arrival yesterday morning of the Richmond,
with no less than twelve hundred and thirteen
hogshead'. All tbe Western boats are bring?
ing, on their regular trips, a proportionate
quantity of tbe staple."
THE GEORGIA CROPS.
A Careful and Interesting Statemei
The Macoa Telegraph of Monday has
following careful editorial review of the cc
rion of the crone in that 8tate :
The crop tidings of tbe past week have 1
about as favorable as could be desired. To
remark the exceptions are so very few anc
important as scarcely to merit attention
general review. Ia some one or two local
the rain has been excessive-in one or
others, the 6tands are reported poor.
Dougherty, the orqps on two or three pla
tiona have been seriously damaged or dest
ed by bail-bat these conditions and casual
oover but small space, and we may say, f
the wno le broad cotton region of Geo;
comes tan-most cheering intelligence. Ic
better report in short, (we mean as tb the i
actually in cultivation) than we ever ht
- The cotton is growing rapidly with the
of rain and sultry weather. The grass, un
the operation of the same canses, is t
springing ap with equal vigor, but the cro|
bi a condition to meet the foe. It is all lt
oed to a stand-it is of good size-i t has onJ
yoong growth to com oat, and tbe rains h
not b en so continuous as very seriously to
terfsre with field labor.
Consequently, we do not anticipate any
those disaatrons blocks ia plantation labor,
which, under a pressing accumulation of wi
in very warm weather, tba bandi get disco
iged, or get sick, or fagged and nnambitiou
ind which frequently force planters to abano
i part of their crop in order to save the
Two conditions lend additional cheer f ulm
to the picture. The freedmen are universa
reported quiet, friendly and industrious, a
She health of all agricultural Georgia is gooc
Ear better than last year or any year since t
The highest cotton - we have heard of
?bout three feet six inches, bat the average
ibe crop even in Southwestern Georgia,
probably less than two feet, lt is universa
Healthy and the mora foi ward part of it
The use of fertiiikers has made a difieren
if more than fifty per ceot, and we belie
will, under favorable circumstances, make
Inference of mora, than a hundred per cent,
ibe product. We believe ' it will bring cottj
to market probably ?rcm fifteen tb twen
lays 'earlier than uaual, (and probably mor
ii the favorable conditions we speak of ce
anne. All the trouble to tue: cotton oro
In abort, ia yet to come, ..and the time f<
its appearance, if it com? at all, is at han
Inly will pretty much determine the qaestio
The corn crop la tm usual ly promising, ai
(bree weeks more of favorable weather will pi
u ont of danger. The wheat crop of Georg
bas been very .fine? Indeed, the products
particular sores have been marvellous, at
show what we assert and behove to be tm
that Georgia is a better wheat country tbt
O rilo or 111 mois. With the same labor we ci
produce more and better wheat.
PKM BERTON.-Died, m th ia City, on the morah
sf tbe 2lth instant, alter a long a jr? painful innes
WILLIAM P. PEM BRUTOS, ig. d M years. .
aa- The ?Visants and Ac?tnalatancss ?
gre. ELIZA MU tm VT, aMo of her Son and Daogl
tar, are respectfully invited to attend ber Fane rt
Services, atFoar o'clock THIS Arrxsxoow, from hi
residence, Ko. 51 Cal noun street.
June 80_ :_.
MW OFFICE CHARLESTON GASLIGHT
COIIP?HV. jtrwR vt. ians.-\ i weena, or nrt
CENTS pot febar- on the Capital Stock of thlt Con
nany having been declared by the DIreotors, tl
?ame will be paid on and after MOND?T, the 6t
The Books of Transfer will ba dosed from this dat
to 5th proximo. W. J. HEBIOT,
June M ll_Secretary and Tre*?orer.
NOTICE.-TAX ON REAL ESTATE.-CIT
TUE * SU RY 1ST JUNE, 1S69.-Uni'er an ordinanc
to raise supplies for the year 1869, the Second li
stalment Of ONE-THIRD THE 1 AX ON BEAL E!
TATE will be received on and alter THIS Dar, di
Ang the n oath af June, at this office.
June 23 wfsmtaw6 City Treasurer.
MW NOHCE.-MAIIONAL FREEDMAN';
BA Vi SOS BANK.-DEPOSITS made between not
and July 19.h, will draw interest from July lat.
June 23 24 NATHAN BITTER. Cashier.
MW 1 HE NEATEST, THE QUICKEST ANT.
THE CHEAPEST.- THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No
IO EAST BAT, having replenished its Stock witt i
nsw and larga- assortment of material of tbe fine*
quality and latest styles, is prep ired to execute, a
ino shortest notice and m the* best manner, JOl
PK IN TING of every description.
Call aod examine the scale of prices before giv?u
jour orders elsewhere.
MW ESTATE ISAAC HABEIS, DECEASED
All persons bavihg any dalma against said Estai
will render the same attested within time prescribe?
by law, and those indebted to said 1 slate, will maki
Immediate payments to HANN AH HARRIS,
Q J ali fi Id Executrix,
'June 33 w3 No. 277 Kins-street
AS-EXECUTORS FINAL N01TCE.-NO
TICK ls hereby given Um on the sxcoirn nar or
Jtn.Y ensuing, at ll o'clock, A. M., th? undersigned
will spply to the Judge of Probate of Charleston
County for a final discharge as Executors of Will o:
the late EBENEZER H. RODGERS.
FRANCIS H. RODGERS, )
GEORGE A. RODG ERS, J t xecutors.
E. H. RODGERS, )
June 2 wfmlmo
MW THE SEASON OF EXHA?SalON
No matter bow vigorous by nature the system and
the constitution may be, they most necessarily ?t?Tei
more or less from the depleting effects of tbe tempe?
rature of midsummer, unless strengthened and sn
talced by wholesome tonic treatment. The extra
pressure upon tho vital forces must be met aod
co outer balanced by an extra reelstaat power; the un?
usual and rapid consumption ot tbe animal fla ds by
profuse perspiration, must be compensated hythe
perfect digestion and assimilation of toe food taken
into tbe stomach, from which roth the fluids and
the solids of the body are derived. Otherwise the
physical strength declinsg. aod the mind, sympstbiz
ing with the machinery through which it acts, be?
comes depressed and enervated. A stimulant ie
there.ore absolutely required at this season; not a
violent one, c ilculated to produce febrile ezsliement,
but something which will recruit and reinforce the
Whole organization m proportion to the extraordi?
nary drain to whl h the torrid beat sabj-cts it.
This dedidera'um ls supplied inapalatab:e and
most efficient form in HJSTEfTEiTS STOMACH
BITTERS, wb'ch the people of this country, otter
more than tweoty-five yean.' experience, have ac?
cepted and endorsed as tbe beat tonic, alterative and
anti-bilious preparation which medical chemistry
has yet auccecJed in obtaining from the strength
sus sining, beihng acd purify ng producta of the
vegetable kingdom. Every ingredient ol this famous
compound ha-< its o*n spec fie virtue, sod thc result
ot th ir i omb n ilion is the most genial invigorant,
aperient and regulating medicino ever administered,
either as a preventive or cure of tbe disorders most
common in our variable Climate. Among these may
be enumerat d dyspepsii, btlioupneee, coistipatioo,
fever and ague, nervous debility, : nd all the ailments
proceeding from imperfect digestion. A course of
HO-iTElTEK'4 BITTSRS ia the best possible safe?
guard aeainst the dangers wbich menace persons of
both sexes, and all ages, dorine: the heated term.
MW ESSAYS FOR ?OUNG MEN.-ON THE
Errors and Abuses incident to Youth and Ear1 y Man?
hood, w.th the humane view ot treatmmt and cure,
peut by mall free of charge. Address BOW ?RD AS?
SOCIATION, Box P. Philadelphia, Pa.
May 22 3mos
THE NBW8 JOB OFFICE,
Ho. 149 Kart Bar,
Execute? all kinds of PLAIN and
FANCY PBINJTNO with neitneas and
The beet work guaranteed et lesa theo
New York prices.
I EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
BRIEF A. PAMPHLETS, POLICIES
CABD8, 0IB0?LAB9, NOTES
BILL-HEADS, POSTERS, BE j EXP IS
CATALOGUES, B AN E-CHECE3
TICKETS, DR?? LABELS, A-c. fte.
AS WEIX AB '
LAW BLANKS of every description,
Printed et the shortest no!Ice, end
cheep for onto, at
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
And ill tb Me who have JOB PRINTING
to do, will find it io their inttrert to call at
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
Ka. 149 Kut Bar*
A Urge and well assorted stock of
PAPERS and MATERIAL kept on hand,
from which s?lections may be made.
OCR FRIENDS TN THE COUNTRY
may send their orders to
. THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
And rely upon their receiving the aime
attention and being Stied a* promptly
end M cheaply self given personally.
Oar Job Department ls in charge of
Mr. JAB. D. PABRY, a practical and ex?
perienced Job Printer, who will afford
every faculty poadble In the execution of
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 Beat Bay, Charleston, S. C.
sa-DDrCHER'? LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER.
Death to the Llvlog I Long lire the Eillers I Sold
by Dealers everywhere. Imo Jane 29
MW PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE.-A
NEW COURSE OF LECTURES, an delivered at the
New York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub?
jects : Bow to Live and Whet to Live for ; Youth,
Maturity and Old Age ; Manhood generally review?
ed ; the (lanae ot Indigestion ; Flatul-nce and Ner?
vous Diseases accounted for ; Carriage Philosophi?
cally Considered, ftc. These Lectures will be for?
warded on receipt of four stamps, by addree?in? :
SECRETARY BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ANATO.
MY. No. 74 We Ht Baltimore-street, Baltimore. Md.
April 19_mwf lyr
?3-BATCHELORS HALB DYE.-THIS
splendid Hair Dye la the beat in tbe world; the only
true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable, ins tai ta
neous; nodisappolntm nt; noridiculous tinta; rem?
?di?e the ill effects of bad dyes; invigorates and
leaves toe bair soft and beautiful black or brovn,
.-old ly all Drugrsta and Perfumers; and properly
applied at Batchelors Wig Factory, No. - Bond
attest New York._lyr_May IS
Sa-HARENGO.-F E Y EB AND AG?E
CUBE. TONIO. FBVEB PREVENTIVE-Tm* val.
uable med.ctne, entirely vegetable m its prepara?
tion, is offered to the public and warranted to cure
an; case or CHJLLS A ND FEVEB of however long
standing, completely era Heating ita effect from the
system, purlfving the blooi, strengthening tbe di?
gestive organs, induoing an appet.te, and keeping
the sjshm in perfe.-t health.
Thoao suffering from debility arri sin g from any
cans will find it the purest and best IONIC to be
bad anywhere. To persona residing in un healthy
sections, or who are predisposed to fevers of any
kind, it will be fou ad lovalaaDlc aa a preventive. It
is quite pleasant to the taste, and can be given to
children of all age' without injury Numerous let?
ters have been received tee ti iring to ita efficacy and
value a- a FlYtfBAND AGUE COES AND TONIC.
His lull v guaranteed to give complete and univer?
ii AREN 00 ls DO humbug. T ET IX.
For sale at retail bv all Druggist?.
Atwho'esaletn DO WIE & MOISE, corner Meet
iucrand Hasel atreets; ?00DH0H. WINEMAN ft
00.. Hsyne-strert, and O. J. I URN General Agent
or Proprietor, southeast ?orner King and John
streets, Charleston, 9. C. sse 3mss June 8
FOU PHIL a O? L PHI A .
THE BBIG JOSIE A. DEVEBEAT7X,
CLABK master, bavintt all of ber beary
cargo engaged, ?Ol take 100 bates of cot.
1 and sal) in a few days.
For Freight engagement? apply to '."
Jone 80 HijRgET BBOTHEBS At CO.
[ONE HUNDRED A\D HFTY BALLS QOTION
TBE BRIO H. O. BBC OKS, BRIGGS
Vaster, haring most of ber cargo engage?],
requires one-hundred and fifty bales Cot?
ton to fill up.
For Fr? igbt engagements apply to
J. A. IN-LOW A CO. TO
June 26 _Bo. 141 East Bay.
JVOR S KW TURK-MERCHANT?)
THE SCHOONEB 1ILLT, B DOH Efl
Muter, baring a large -portion or cargo saw
gaged, will be promptly despatched.
WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
Jone 24 _ . ?_-(
EXCURSIONS! KXCCK8IOXSI ?
-x-v THE NEW AND COMMODIOUS YACHT
?w^ MABY ULLA, ls now ready and prepared
//ty* to make regular trips to pointa of totereet
? I In our harbor? Will also take parties for
Picnics and Moonlight Excairions. : ? ..._
For ETuragements apply to Captain COOK, on
board at Atlantic Wharf, ar to No. 103 EAST BAT,.. -
Jane 34 , ?? . ;. . TW>
EXCURSIONS! EXCURSION J
THE I TN g FAST SAILING YACHT
ELLA ANNA? the Champion of the sow Us,
la new ready an d prepared to make regal tt '
trips, tims affording an opportunity to a n
who mar wish to rhu t pointa of Interest in oar beaa ?
For passage, apply to the Captain on Union "Waar t
June 31_ ?_
EXCURSIONS AROUND THE HARBOR.
?iktat THR FINK, FAST BALLING ANDOOM.
yJsjtO F ORT A BLT appointed Yacht ELEANOR
/lawfflwmm? her trips to historie points la
aftaW? the harbor, md WIR leave Oorerxm?*
Wharf July at Ten A. M.
W Passage apply to THOMAS TOtsNG, *?
December ll Captain, on bosrd.
HRW YORK ANO CHA K LICHT O ll
8 TB AM HB I P. Ll N E. ^
FORKE W Y OR K .
CABB* PA88AOE $2u.
? rilaa TER fcPLlNDDD fuDK-WHEKH
^^ja?PjBTKAMRHIP MANHATTAN, M . 8
'?^lM?Xfir WOODHULL. Commander, wIR aefi
.SaHltaaWL from edger'* south Wiuwt on HAT .
i?j)4T.^nlj?.at t *OMK$ P. M. vjitj??\ ? crrw
JOT An extra charge of IS made foe Tickets par- ,
cbsscd OP board1 after aa?lng .?.'*.> i ?lJ ? Fazbl
?MW Mofifhs of Lading signed after the et a aap ag r
MW Through Bills LsUng gtren for Cotton ts*
Bo?ton and ProTidsuee, H. L
MW through Bills ot Lading giren to Liverpool.
M- Marine inflnrafiee try mm line % per cent.
-Xor Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMiS ADO?h A CO.. Agent?,
Corner Adtfe?**- WhsK ?nd last Bar /Dp-?tarra,i -
MW CHAMPION ?ill follow on SAXTOUT, Joly
10, ac 0 o'clock P. M. ;
Jnnea? ? _. - ? $ -?
FOR PHILADELPHIA ANO BOSTON.
REGULAR RV?MY THURSDAY.
THE STEAMSHIP PRO V ETHE
'US,Captain A.B. Gaur, wd) lear*
"North atlantic Whan, on Tauat
--_?nar. July l, IBM, at ll o'clock A. M
For Freight apply to . ?
t ; . i? JOHN A THEO. GETTY.
June 38_North Atlantic Wharf.
BALTIMORE AND -CHAHltBETON
THE STEAMSHIP MARYLANB,
Captain JOHMOH, will sall sa*.
Bajtimore on IHUBSDAT Moaxn??,
__ Joly Ist, sill o'clock, irom pier flo
1..Union Wharf. -
?ST rhrotM?n Uftl? ZMnos; tamed for all claws? of
Freight io BOSTON; PMALADAXPSUA, W1LMIN?.
TON, DEL., WASHINGTON CTTT, ?nd th? NORTH?
For Freight er passage, apply to o' del
COURTENAY A TRENHOLM.
? June 26_ 4_Union Wharves,
FOR MEW VJRJat. .
REGULA* LINE RTttY WEDNESDAY,
THE SIDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
MAGNOLIA. Captain M B, Orncm
six, ?iii leave Tanderborsfs Wharf
OB Wau* AUDAX Mouu?uto, Jane
Maa! at io o'clock.'
Jana .24, . RA YEN EL A CO.. Agent?,
PACIFIC HAIL] STEAMSHIP COMFY M,
?BTBOCQH LIN * IO
CAL1POBNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
CHANGE OP SAILING DATS!
STEAMERS OF THE ABOVE
lina leave Pier No. il North River
foot of Canal-street. New York,-ai
13 o'clock noon, of the 1st, 11th sad
Slat of every month (except wbeh these dates fall
en Sunday, then the Saturday preceding!.
Departure of lat and 2lst connect at Pararos wak
steamers for Benth Pacific and Oentral Am ?xl ear
ports. Those of 1st touch at Manranino. -
Departure of 11th. ot each month connects with
the new steam Ene from Panama to Australia and
Steamship OREGONIAN leares San Franaacofor
China and Japan AnauatA. 1669.
No California steamers touch at Barana, but go
direct from New York to Aspfnwafl.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adair..
Medicine sad attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or further information aptOT
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot of Canal-street, North Birer, New York.
March 13_lyr_F. B. BABY, Agent
ROCKVILLE, ENTERPRISE AND WAY LAND?
, THE STEAMER ST. HELENA,
mi i ism Captain H. P. ELLIOTT win receive
Freight HIS DAT and leave To-Monow Momnxo,
al 10 o'clock, and Edisto Fnroai Moamso, at lt
For Freight or Passage applv oo board, or to
JOHN H. MUbBAY, Agent
No Freight received after suns?L
Tbs Steamer leaves again i HTTBTOAY, Joly 7.
FUR EUlsTO, ROCKVILLE AND
THE STEAMER PILOT BOY,
i i i Osaban FUI Pica, will leave ?pr
the abore points every i HTJBSDAY Aiomnao, at .
o'clock. BetnrnlDg, will leave - Beaufort FBJDAT
MOBS INO, at 8 o'clock, ?nd kdiatoat 3 P. M.
June 80 w Accommodation Wharf.
FoR W ttl G HTS BLUFF.
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THE S ANTEE RIVER.
. THE STEAMER MARION. OAP.
a.J TAI N .1 T. FOOTES, ls now receiving
.^Jt at Accommodation WbarX. and will le*ve oa
WELNESDA? NIGHT, the 30th !? aunt
June 26 Accommodation Wharf.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
FOR PALATE A. FLORIDA.
VIA SAVANNAH, FHBNANDINA AND JACKSON
, THE ELEGANT AND ?-TBST-CLA 8
_,'RTEAMEB CITY POINT, Csp*si?
GKO E. MC MILLS?, elli sail from Charleston ererj
T TEE DAY ETZNINO, at Nine o'clock, it? the abort
Connecting with the Centra) Railroad st Savanna!
for Mobile and New Orleans, and with tn? florid!
Railroad at Fernandina for Cedar Keys.at whin!
point si earners connect with New Orleans, Mobile,
Pensacola, Key West and H*rsna.
Through Bills Lading sig oed to New Orleans sad
All freight ptyable on the wharf.
Gooda not removeu at sunset will be stored at ria k
and expense of owners.
J. D. AIKEN A CO.. Agenta,
May 37 Sourb Atlantic Wea*.
J_J Ub.UES dt MACBETH,
No. 36 Brood-street,
Charleston, s. C.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, BEAL ESTAIS
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS*
Will atttend to Renting and d Usotlng of Bants
and purchase and aale cl fcu>o-s, Bond?, Sold,
Stirer and Real Estate.
To the Purchase of Goods an! Ruppllea tor pa?tate
m the connery upon reason a bte texma.
G ?OBOE L. H OLIOS.Aiaxasreta MAcaaaa
January 1 lyr