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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1046
?A?AT.TJ?. BETWEEN THE fe?AN-CUBAN EXPEDI
TION AND THE CASI 07 THE ALABAMA.
LONDON, Jane 29.-The 8bar, commenting OD
tho reported departure of Ryan's expedition
for Coba, brings the circumstance to bsar
upon the claims now pendine: between the
United States and Great Britain. It says: "We
are interested in the conduct of the United
States Government in this matter. America
now stands id relation to Cuba exactly as Eng?
land did in relation to the Southern Confed?
eracy. Her neutrality laws mast be thorough
' and effectively enforced, or abe will lose the
, she bas gained ou public opinion, which
a fair consideration of the Alabama
s. The Alabama escaped unarmed, with
ordinary merchantman's crew on biard,
Iand we are justly bold tb bare incurred a high
degree of responsibility for the consequences.
The departure of a party of eight hundred men
from New York, as far as can be judged from
present accounts, appears to be an infraction
of L^e neutrality laws just as flagrant as the
escape of the Alabama, and one which could
bara been much more easily prevented."
THE FENIAN PBISOKEBS.
DUBJJIC, Jone 29.-At the meeting held last
night to orge apon government the release of j
the Fenian prisoners, four thousand people
were present. Batt, a prominent lawyer, said
the motto of all true Irishmen ought to bo,
"Bide your time; put your trust in God and
keep your powder dry." If the British Gov?
ernment persisted in keeping these men incar?
cerated, all its professions of" conciliation would
be useless. Williams, of Dungarvon, declared
the Fenian prisoners wooli not accept mercy.
They demanded j oe tice from mi ulsters, lithe
mtier refused it, let blood.be upon their own
beads. He would not, however, advocate a
resort to the sword, for that doctrine was now
out of tim?.
-A rr AI BS IN (Hm. *
MADBTD, July 1.-The Cortes bave rejected j
tho bill increasing the du ty on cereals.
Pit OM WAMHLNPTON.
anson or CUBAN CRAET-CUBAN EXP?DITIONB
CUBANS TO BE DBCXAKED BELLIGERENTS BT ]
THE UNITED STATES - THE MONET PANIC.
WasBXJKra?r; Joly 1.-The three Coban
erafl8 captured in New York harbor contained
only ono hundred and fifty men. The main
expedition has undoubtedly gone to sea. The
police have information of the' departure of a
schooner loaded with horses, which will proba?
bly perish for want of the hay on board of the
captured vessel. Thornton, the British, and.
Bo?rf s, the Spanish Minister, have been in
consultation with Banks. After consulting the
Cubana visited the President. Ba wunga and
Banks think that the Jut au s will obtain their
independence, and that the United States Gov
?earomant will declare them belligerents before
Bishop White visited the President to-day.
j Yesterday's Express says that it has leaked
out that shoat 16 000,000 in greenbacks are
kicked ap by parties manipul?t ia g the money
market to effect prices generally; the present
distress coul? never he ve been reached at this
season bot fl r remarkable assistance from the
Treasury Department Wall-street bas looked
np $5,000,000 and Boutwell $80 000,000. ? -
The? was an immense crowd at Gettysburg
to-day. The ceremonies took place according
The debi statement shows a decrease of
sixteen and a half mi liions.
The debt bearing coin interest ia two thous?
and two hundred millioas. Bearing currency
interest, sixty-3ix mahons. Bearing DO inter?
est, four hundred and eighteen and a half mi 1
bons. The debt on whicj interest has ceased
Sinoe maturity, fire millions. Coin in the
Treasury, seventy-nine and three quarter mil?
lions. Coin certificat ea, thirty and a half mil?
lions. Currency, thirty-seven millions. \
The Secretary of tho Treasury directs the
assistant treasurer at New York to parchase
bonds not exceeding three million dollars
per month, to be held by the Treasury Depart?
ment subject to the fatore action of Oon
Among the Cubans overhauled and captured
are parties bailed to keep the peace for an
amount of about seventy-five thoo sand dollars.
Colonel Byan and a largs number are still. 11
missing. The New York papers convey the'| \
impression that the entire expedition failed.
Among the American officers captured were
Colonels Bryan and Seats, Majors Obey and
Courtenay, Captains T. F. O'Neill, Wm. H.
Lindsey, Kearns, Moriha, McCue, Simonton,
Gibbins, Tom ktaaterlon, Dixon, Hoar, Harris
sad several others; all of whom have acquired
s reputation as brava offlcars in the late war.
Nsw YOEE, Joly 1.-Tho Alaska brings As
pinwall dates to the 23d and sixty-seven thou?
sand dollars in ipa?o.
The Colombian Congress has adjourned
after refusing to ratify tho American and Brit?
ish treaties for an inter-oceanic canal. Two
thonsanl laborers are employed on the inter
; The Chilian President accepts the media
tion of the United States between Chili and
There was a large meeting of Cuban sympa
I thiseis at Lima, whioh adopted resolutions
urging the Peruvian Government to send mon?
itors to aid the cabaos.
The y el ow fever is rapidly disappearing
?pe Congress of Costa Rica confirmed tho
contract wiih the Americans for tho inter
A FEDERAL STAR CHA31BER.
Nsw ORLEANS, July 1.-Tho Congressional
Committee of Investigation into the conduct
of tho November elections in this city and
State, consisting qf Stevenson, of Ohio; B?r?
delt, of Missouri; Kerr, of Ijdiana, will ad?
journ to-day the last witness examined being
Governor Warmoatb. The committee has
been io session continuously for two months,
sith ni? generally seven or eight hiurs da il v ;
has examined some five hundred witnesses
from every quarter of the State, and embrac?
ing five conies ted election cases. The most
important part of the testimony relates to dis?
turbances in this oily, the Parishes of Ss. Lan?
dry, Bossier and 8t. Bernard. Hoch of it re?
lates to a secret order >nowa as the Knights
or the White Camelia. The testimony covers
some teu thousand manuscript pagos, equiva?
lent to two thous md mated pages.
FRO it MARYLAND.
BALTHIORE, Joly L-Judge G ile?, of the
ppderal .Court, decided to-day that the steamer
Coba was bable to confiscation for smugg (og
aliara from Coba, The defendants have ap
THE NEW CABLE.
HAVASA, Jane 80.-The steamer Contocook
has arrived, and will return to Key West to?
night. This norning at nine o'clock-Green?
wich time-tbe Great Eastern telegraphed to
ne: "Welcome; going to cut the cable and
buoy." Have received no signals since the
first aign; something wrong in tbe electrical
condition of the cable occurred this morning,
but nothing definite has been heard. Electri?
cians see no reason for alarm, delay being the
THE NEUTRALITY BUSINESS.
NEW YOBS, July 1.-The Revenue Cutter
Mahoniog yesterday afternoon captnrcd the
last filibuster tug boat Chase, with seventy
five men on board; also, the schooners Haney
aod Winona, with rifles, fle'd-pisces, sabres
and ammunition. ? Ail the vessels are now al
the Brooklyn Navv Yard.
SAM FRANCISCO, July 1. -Sacramento City re
cei ved Seward with a sainte of fifty guns and
flying flags. Bo tb parties participated in the
Tbe Democratic Convention passed resolu?
tions denouncing the Fifteenth amendment.
WILMINGTON, DEL , July 1.-An explosion
took place at Dupont's powder mills, which
killed two persons.
AFFAIRS IN THE STATE.
The Kingstree Star announces the death of I
Samuel Eaihiey Graham, an old ana well known j
citizen of that comity.
The same paper saye : "We are now having
a continued and excessively hot and dry spell
of weather, and tbe ero pe are eoffenng very
muon for rain. Uniese we bare rain in a few
days crops will be badly injured."
The Camden Journal says : "The crops are
looking aa well aa we contd expect, and tom
cresent indications we have reason to hope
that enough and to spare will oe made tbe
com in? se a s JD. An intelligent farmer says,
notwithstanding the" severe effect wbich the
cool weather bad upon the cotton io tbe com?
mencement, together "with tbe bad stand, be
believes it will prove a success."
Mr. ?. M. B'aerbas boen appointed magis?
trate for Newberry County, vtce General H. ti.
The t-ubstautial building on Main-street,
aaa t of tbe Newberry Hotel, has beeu disposed
of by-Mr. Thomas Peyeinger to Mr. Jacob
Bingley, for $5075.
The ratall grain crop just harvested in New
Derry District is the hut st ai d bast ever be?
t?re grown Tho wbeat will compare favorably
with that of Maryland and Virginia.
lhe Newberry Herald notes the presence io
that place of tbe Rev. Ellison Capers, of Green?
ville, Rev. J. W. Humbeit . or Shelby, N. C.
Mesen. F. G. DeFontaine, J. H. Renneker and
Uarehbnm of Char.eaton.
The Newbprry Herald says : "We have re?
lived during tbe past and present week
iever.il cotton blooms from different sections
?t the district. We are gratified to learn tbat
the i eaeons of late have been fine, and that
the plant looks charming', and should co mis
bap occur, Newberry will have a magnificent
St. John's or Midsummer's Day was celebra?
ted at Frog Level, Thursday last, wu h great
?lat-every one present entered into the
nerita of the oooaeioo with a vim. Saluda an 1
im? ty Lodges were the guests of Frog Level
Uodge, and right cavalierly were they enter
wned. It was estimated that the immense
sonoonrse of people i>reeent nnmoerrd fifteen
mndrcd. An interestin? address wis deliver?
ed bet?re the Lodges by Rsv. Mr. Hawkins.
Kl g efl eld.
Mrs. Nancy JODO -, an old resident of Edze
loid. died at her borne, near Antioch Church,
m Friday last.
A painful occurrence took place lately io the
lection lying between Bethlehem and Rocky
Jreek Churches. Un Saturday, the 19.ti nit.,
wo young men, named Robert Powell and Rob
irt Q nari es, some eighteen br nineteen j ears
)t age, went ont shootant; and wbile Q ?arles
rae walking in front of Howell, bearing upon
lis sboulder a loaded rifle, the nile went off j
Lccideutolly, shooting young Powell through
he head. Tbe latter lingered an til tbe fol lo w
ng Mond ty when he died.
OnSunday morning: last, on Big Creek, near
Saluda River, John A. Garrett was shot and
rilled by Thomas W. Blease. There had been
k difficulty between these two men some time
irevious to this homicide, and Garrett had
mrsued Blease with evil intent. On Sundav
norning he entered Blease's piazza, deported
limself fiercely and angrily, and tinnily drew
i knife upon- Bteaee. Up m this the latter ehot
tim. Mr. Blease has ever been a peaceable and
aw-abiding citizen. He will of course give
limself np voluntarily.
The Edgefleld Advertiser save : "General 0.
Ian, a gallant soldier in the United States
Lr my daring the late war, and who so conduct
id himself during bis few months' sojourn io
?ur town M to win manv warm friends, has
?eeo removed from the office ot Assistant As
3ssor ot Internal Revenue and Mr. R. Reaif.
JO Eugl'sbmw, wo are told, appointed in bis
lead. Mr. E. hos been living some time at
jramteville, and bis offlo will bo at that
.lace. Mr. R. W. Cannon, deputy colle;tor
ar this dietr ct, has also been removed, and
Ir. George ?Y. Turnor appoint'd to tho of
103. These gentlemen ere both Edgcneld
nen, and of known Democratic sentiments."
The Darlington jail is progro^ ug and will
>e ready for the fall creo otruEcahty.
It is rumored that court will sit' one month
n October to clear the docket.
Tho market house is nearly finished on tbe
intside, and is un ornament to tho square.
The colored junes ore giving thtir brethren
rho come before them "'file."
The Swift Creek Bridge is at last completed,
.nd toe structure 19 pionounced safe, subatau
ial and every v. ay satisfactory.
Thc remaining township officers elected in
Jnrlingtoo Cou ?.ts aro as follows:
Holtaman Township.- Clerk. Jos. Stephens
leleotmen. John C. 1'rueti, Hampton Pipkins,
Richard Jobnson; Surveyor. Auton Sane burs ;
-onstable, Samuel B nauatte.
Lincoln Township.-Clerk, Wiley Blackwell;
lolfcimen. W. Johnson, J. L Coker, McLain
>icF.<rland; Surveyor, ?. NV. Cannon:Consta?
rte, A. W. Edward*.
Colfax Township -Clerk. IL M. Johnson;
?oleetmoo. P. Wbipole, Troup Witl>er.-p:>ou,
Jbarles Simmons; Surveyor, R. B. liacut; Cou?
pable. Pbi'ip James.
Hush Township.-Clerk. Thoo. J. Cannon;
Selectmen, Joltu C. Blackwell, Thomas ?-e
ibenBOO. G. P. Lmgatou; Surveyor, G. W.
IcLeud; Constable, J. S. S usbory."
Rollins Township.- Clerk, J. E. Pettigrew;
Iclectmon. Archibald McLancaliu, S. T. Lane,
larry Brown; Surveyor, G. W. Pettigrew; Con?
table, John Shaw.
Lang Township. Clerk. R. B. Nettles; Sc-'|
einen, Wm. E. James Dani ol Jessie, Toby
Vashin'jtou; Surveyor, J. F. Anderson; Con?
table JJP. McGill.
Sneltfr Township.-Oik Silas Lee; Select?
men, Denis Lee, Wosley Cannon, Albert Wilds;
urveyor, Arnold Gurley; Constable, Charlea
Hamilton Township.-Clerk H. Presley; Se?
amen, Lewis Coker Jae. Hamilton, Joba A.
lan: ^'niveyur, Andrew W">noo; Coostablo,
Buller Township.-Clerk, Isaac Shit; 8elec'
Jen, 0. H. DeLoi-me. Andrew ?I. Fiinu Henry
Vrguson; Surveyor, Josiah Green; Constable,
Beaton To wnship - CiVrk. Wm. M'ms; Se
?amen, ?bram Minas. Jno Scarborough, L-aac
tewborry; Surveyor, W. W. Youug; Constable,
olin A. Ros-?.
8h"rman Township.-Cleik. Chas; A. Brace;
?eke men, H. Kl Wuodbam Burrell W. Segare,
vm Gilber ; Surveyor, Houry Cl.butn; Con?
table, btepben Wooibam.
Gran! Townslup.-Cleik G Hoffmeycr; Se
sctnaen, J. i\ cAi^se F. D. .Sm tb. E. J. Suct
H ; Sm Teyor, A. V. Laytotr, Corutaolo, Jacob
-M. Rouhcr is to be made by Napoleon
Ticeroy ot Algeria.
-The Imperialists squints toward Seward as
the coming Emperor.
-Baron Rothschild's estate in Paris paid
$330 OOO legacy duty.
-The Czar has sent tbe President a small
cannon, on which is engraved the names of
some of Gran i'd victories.
-The largest returns made by newspaper
men in New York City are those of the Ben?
netts, Senior and Junior. The formar returns
$186,500, and the latter $45.000.
-The marriage of Lord Byron's only grand?
daughter, Lady Anne Isabella Noel King Noel,
has jost taken place, and sbe is now Lady
Anne Blunt. Her mother was Lord Byron's
only daughter, Ada.
-Biston, it would appear, is not desirons of
establishing a branch of ber f miry in America,
for we bear that a matrimonial engagement
contracted by her daughter while in this coun?
try bas been broken off.
-A newspaper called The Western World has
j oat published a com munication asking "Are
we to have an Empire?" and from the fact that
it bears Millard Fillmore's initials and dates
from his city, the anxious inquirer is supposed
to be no other than the ex-President himself.
-Here ia a bit of French philosophy. It is
set down to the credit ot Alexander Dumas,
i#8.'_"Walk two hours every day. Sleep seven
boura every night. Get up as soon as you
wake. Speak only when necessary, and say
only half what yon think. Don't write anything
but what yon can sign. Think neither too
much ncr too little of money ; it is a good ser?
vant, but a bad master. Beware of women be?
fore yon are twenty. Avoid tb;m after you are
-Dr. Bayne, the Norfo'k negro, who persists
in running for Gongress, has been mobbed on
eight every time he haa attempted to speak by
men of his own race, who have been paid by
the Wella party to run him ont of the district,
because his color is too strong for the mid?
summer canvass. No antidote, seems, how?
ever, to have been found for this Bayne, be?
cause he is likely to be elected, and to be one
of the two black menwbom oarpet-baggery
will send to Gongress from the Old Dominion.
-The Russian Princess Snwaroff is the
greatest female gambler in Europe. She
makes the tour of the various gambling re?
sorts, going from Baden to Monaco, and spend?
ing all her time at tbo tables. She is still
yoong, but has been married three times, and
is now separated from ber last husband. Some?
times she wins largely, and at other times
loses very heavily, but plays incessantly, and
is still very rich. Sbe is superstitious about
her luck, and sometimes holds her face in a
particular position to attract good fortune. At
other times she ia careful to ask unlucky per?
sons to leave the table, and those whom she
regard* as lacky to eland by ber side while abe
-The Rev. Rowland Hill used to ride to and
from church in a carriage. Thus gave offence
to one of his members at least, who went so
far as to hand in, among the notices, one re?
questing "the prayers of this con cremation for
the pastor, who, yielding to pride, ia tn the
habit ot riding in his carriage, not content,
like bis Divine Master, to ride upon an ase."
It was not until Mr. Hill bad read the paper,
and observed tbe sensation create!, that he
noticed its imoort; and then laying it down be
said: "It is true, brethren, I ride m my car?
riage; but if the author of tb is notice will ap?
pear at the door at the conclusion of the ser?
vices, saddled and bridled, I will do my beet
to ride him borne.*'
-Havana advices mention that on the 10th
ult., a detachment of Spanish soldiers brought i
to Yilla Clara, as prisoner of war, Donna Pas?
tora Gonzales, captured a few leagues in the i
interior ot the district the day before. She is
a member of one of tbo best Cuban families.
Sbe was taken to Villa Clara-handcuffed, and '
was shown many indignities on the way. She
is to be tried by military commission for dis- 1
loyalty. This lady is probably a relative, per?
haps a sister, of General G?nz iles, well known ?
in this city, and who is reported to have been <
treacherously arrested on his return to Cuba '
last winter, and transposed as a political pri- ,
soner to Fernando Po. The general has sis- .
ters in Cuba, and from bis prominence in the ?
former Cuban insurrection nader Lopez, it is ?
likely enough that the family are sympathy- <
ere with the present revolution. 1
-Robeson hauled up Borie by the waistband
at ibo navai ball at Annapolis where tho latter
fell down and broke bis crown. And when j
Grant came tumbling alter through the lan- ,
eera, "swinging corners" worse than he ever i
dodged round them in earlier life, it was Robe- i
eon who took bim tbrougb, tolltDg bim that '?
the "grand chain'' was not tbe one worn by ,
Mis. Admiral Porter on that occasion, who was ?
also in tho eel. And now Robeson is made 1
Secretary oi the Navy. He i3 fair, fat and |
forty; has hay-cjlored whiskers and straw-col- i
ored hair, is five feet eight, weighs 187| 1
pounds, wears spectacles, drinks, nmokes, hos '
a colored housekeeper in Camden (so did j
I bad. Steven* at Lancaster,) has never <
boen married, and was never anything
worth speaking of. His standing at ibo Jet- j
scy bar is not evou first-rate second-rate, and <
tho greatness thrust upon bioo amazes all in
the Mate who knew him.
-Connop Thirwall, liishop of St. David's, ?
stands preeminent among the distinguished i
members of tho English hierarchy; and those
who read in tho cable telegrams that he voted
for disestablishment of tho Irish Cnurch, saw
in thc fact nothing surprising nor unexpected,
but tho speech with which ibo great historian
supported Ins vote is ono of the must rcina.ka (
b'.c that bas boon de irerod on thia subject, oe- ,
cup--.no, as il dd. the ndndsof some of the <
first of tho Euglibh st itesrueu. Hardly a clei i- j
cal advocate of thc Irish Church has von lui od ,
on nu argument stronger than "Saci ileg. I" or
"Will you rob the Lord of bis iuheritaoc^?" 1
But Thirwall laughs at this. He reminds his j
cleric;;! brethren that this idea of proper y be?
longing to the Lor i, as if ha had need of it, 1
was neither Christian, nor even Judaic, bi*+. j
simple and pure heathenism. He further rc- ;
minda them that St. Ambrose was once accus?
ed by thc Arians of sacrilege. And why?
Because he old the vessels of silver aud gold ,
which tho faithful had presented to the altar, i
and with tho proceeds be released captives of
his dock from their barbarous masters. Of a
class with this Baoriteg? is to at of the dises?
tablishment of tho Irish Chm ch.
-Grant Booms to be governed very much by j
the same principles in the choice of his Cab:- i
net ofilcors that ne is in the selection ot his
horace. The b^st illustration of this is f und
in tho caso of tho new Secretary of tho Navy.
Mr. Hobosou. The President met Mr. Robeson
for the first time about a year ago, when he :
was introduced by Senator Cattell. He had 1
mot hi,n onco or twice si,ice, but ouiv cmnahy. ,
Wheu Mr. Boric told the Proaidcut that Lo
wauted to rotire from the Cabinet, Grant a-ii- 1
ed him whom ho would recommend as hie auc
C338or. Boric mentioned Mr. Robeson. Grant
8 . : he did Dot know him well enough. Tbi's
ax ened just before tho President's trip to
Wes Point. He wanted to get a charco to
study Robeson's good and bad points with?
out la : ns the object of his cariosity know
about it. Before starting for West Point,
the P. es. nt said to Bone : "Suppose >on
write a n ts to ycur friend BobesoD, and
Bay you aro going with mo to West
Point, and tba ; as you have the privilege of in?
viting a friend you would like him to be ooo of
the party. In that way I will get a chance to
see what kind of a man he ia,? Bone, who it
seems was anxious to place Robeson in bis old
shoes, readily complied with the request. The
result of it was, Mr. Robeson made one of the
Presidential party at West Point. On the way
ap sad daring the time they remained there
Grant embraced every opportunity to draw
Robeson out on various topics. Of course Mr.
Robeson-who bad no idea at that time of
being offeied a placo in the Cabinet-felt con?
siderably honored in the attentions be received
from the President, and spoke his mind quite
freely on every subject introduced. Grant is
said to have eyed Robeson aa a man does a
horse he is about to purchase. The President
told Borie that Robeson had many good points
about bim, and he would appoint bim Secre?
tary of the Navy, as he guessed he waa about
as good a man as be could get.
THE 1'ARAGUATAX WAR.
Reply of .President Lopri to the Demand
of the Allies for his Surrender-He De?
cline? to Comply-Is Willing to Treat
for Peace on Term? of lt quality.
The following is the answer of President Lo?
pez to the sommons by the allies to surrender :
Headquarters in P?cysynn, December 24,
1868, 3 P. M.-The Marshal President or the
Republic ot Paraguay might well ho d himself
excused from giving a written reply to your
excellencies, ibe geuerais-in-chief of the allied
armies engaged in war with the nation over
which he presides, because of the tone and
language, unusual and inconsistent with the
honor of a soldier and the dignity of a cbiet
magistrate, with which your excellencies have
taken occasion to convey to me the intimation
to lay down my arms within the space of twelve
hourj, in order to terminate so prolonged a
struggle, threatening to throw apon my head
the blood which bas been already spilled, and
which has yet to flow, if 1 do not consent to
the laying down or arms, and holding me re?
sponsible m person before my country, the
nations which your txcellenci s represent,
and the civilised world; nevertheless, 1 chose
to impose upon mvself this dary; rendering
thus a tribute to that same blood so gener?
ously poured out os well by my people as by
those with whom they fight, as also to ibe sen?
timent of religion, humanity and civilisation,
which your excellencies invoke io 3our de?
mand. These same sentiments are precisely
those which influenced memore than two years
to nee above all the official discourtesy with
which the elected ruler of my country bas been
treated m this war. I sought theo, at Zatai'y
cora, in a conference with his excellency the
general-in-chief of the allied armies and Pres?
ident ot the Argentine Republic, Brigadier
General Don Bartilemi Mitre, the conciliation
ol the four sovereign Stales of Sooih America,
which had already begun to destroy them?
selves in a notable maimer; sod yet my initia?
tive and most earnest effort met with no other
reply than disregard and silence open the
part of. the allied governments, and new and
sanguinary battles upon the part of their
armed ^preventatives, as your excellencies
can b ear witness.
Since then I have seen more clearly the ten?
dency ol the war of the allies against the ex?
istence ot tbe Republic of Paraguay,' and de?
ploring the blood which has been shed in so
many years of strife, I was silent, and placing
the fate of my country and her g?nerons BOOB
in the bands of the God of nations, I fought
her emmies with tbe loyally and earnestness
1 have shown, and I am still ready to continue
fighting until the same God and our arms de?
cide the definite fi te or the cause.
Your excellencies are good enough to advise
me or the knowled e you posse,-e of the re?
sources whi :h I can actually command, believ?
ing that I am also aware" ot tbe numerical
force of the allied armies and of meir re?
sources every day increasing. 1 bare no such
inf jrmation; but I have the experience of f JUT
years, during which this numerical fore J and
these resources have never prevailed against
the self-deni.il and courage of the 1 araguayan
soldier, who flgats wnh the resolution of an ,
honorable citizJU and a Christian man, that
a narrow grave may open for him in his coon
try before he will see her in any manner hu?
Your excellencies have had the goodness to
remind mc that the blood poured out at tSto
rora and Ahoy should havo decided me to
avoid the bloodshed of the twenty-first of the
: orren t month; but your excellencies forgot,
without doubt, that these same actions have
demonstrated in advance bow certain is the
dependence which I pl-ce on the sell-denial of
my compatriots, and that each drop of blood
which falls to iho earth is a new obligation to
[hose who sui v. vc; and before such an example
:au my poor head be affrighted by tim threat
so very uuchivalrous. (permit me to call it so)
<vh:ch your excellencies have deemed it your
luty to convey to mc
ionr exc3lloncies have no right to accuse me
before tho Republic of Paragn.iv, my country,
because 1 havo defended her. I do defend her
and will vet defend her. tibe has imposed
upon mo this duty, and it is my glory to lulu!
it to the last extremity ; and fir the rest, leav?
ing my deed? to history, 1 havo to account only
to my Uod; aud it 11 bo that b oad mast still bo
-hod, He will take noto of it and where tho
responsibility rests. 1, tor my part, am still
disposed to treat for the termination of the
ivar upon tas.es equally honorable to ali tho
belligerents, bnt I am not disposed to hear one
word BB 10 thc laying down o' my aims called
Tor by your excellencies in order to treat for
Thus in my tura, 1 believe, I comply with
my imperative duty to religion, humanity and
:ivilizatiou on thc one baud, and with that
nrbicu I owe 10 tho unanimous cry which I have
just head from my generals, chiefs, officers
ind troops, to whom I have communicated tbe
demand of youl excellencies, and with that
which I owe to my own name and honor. 1
lok your excellencies to excuse rn? not quot?
ing the date and hour of your notification, in
ismucu as it Lore nunc, and was received in
ny lines at 7J this moruiug.
God keep your exeeucueiej many yeirs.
Fiaawasoo S. LOPEZ.
To their Excellencies tho Marshal .Marquis de
CaxirtH, Coloncl-.Mijor Heurv Castro and
Brigadier-Generals John A. Gelli and Ibes.
WrjAT THE FE ATnces INDICATE.-We are told
thai tim ex romes ol loo:h largeness and small?
ness of sta: uro uro not favorable io filicngih
ol'ni'ollect. Grants and dwarfs are generally
leflcieut in this resoect, anti excessive corpu?
lency or moas-raneas is seldom associated wnh
nicuial act.v.ty. Aristotle cnl Napoleon Bo
laparte however, were very short, Cuiir.i s
fames Pox was exceedingly nt, lianio Web?
ster bo h nroad and tall, ?iud Lord Nc.'son a
A >argo head is gencrallv the acionipaninient
ot a groat intellect; hut a small ono with a
so npara'ivelv extensive forehead is quite con?
sistent with menial capacity. Raphael, Chai.e.i
XII. Frederick the Great, and L->rd Biougham
were i Hu .1 rations of thc latter fact.
It is said that any 110-0 which is loss than
thu height of the forehead is an indication nf
defective intellectual power. The eves indi?
cate character rather by their color than form,
i he dark bluo aro found most commonly m
psjsons of a gt nile au>J refined characer;
light blue and gray in the rudo and energetic.
Lavuter says : "UsZ il ey es aro tho moro usual
indications of a mind m isculinc, vigorous and
profound ; just as genius, properly so-culled,
is almost a.w ya associated wi in eyes of a yel
lowi-h cast, bordering on huzel." Thc higher
the brows rise the more meir possessor is sup?
posed to be und r the inihi mee ot feeling, and
tho lower the better con .rolled by his reason. A
vet y small eyebrow is an indication of waul ol
force of character. A tolerably large mouth
is essential to vi.-or and enc-rgv, aud a ven
i-mall one is indicative of weakness and indo?
lence, lu a mai.h f .co tho oopcr lip shoulu
ext cud beyond and dominate the lower. Fie-hy
1.1 s ure oftener found associated w th vo rjptu
ous and me'gre o ies with a passionless iv
turo. The retreating chin ud'ca.es Weakness;
thc perpendicular slrcugih; ono thc slurp,
acuteness of mind.
JOHNSON ON Oil ANT.
The -Little Fellow" Accurately Me?*
KU red-An Estimate that has Alore
Truth than Poetry about lt.
Ex-President Johnson evidently doesn't
mince words in expressing his opinion of his
successor in tho White House. The corres?
pondent of the New York Herald, with whom
Ur. Johnson had a conversation on Sunday, re?
ports him as saying:
Yon know very well, sir, for you were fa?
miliar with my views, while I was President,
what my estimate of Grant was; and 1 don't
know of anything that bas since occurred that
has caused ma to change my mind the slight?
est. 1 know Grant thc roughly. I had ample
opportunity to study him when I was Presi?
dent, and I am convinced he ia the greatest
taree that was ever thrust upon apeople. Why,
the little fellow-excuse me for using the ex?
pression, but I can't help pitying him-tbe lit?
tle fellow .has nothing in bim. He hasn't a
Bingie idea. He has no policy-no conception
of what the country requires. He don t un?
derstand the philosophy of a Bingle great
queetion, and is completely lost in trying to
understand his situation. He is mendacious,
cunning and treacherous. He liea to me
flagrantly, by -, and I convicted him by
my wboie Cabinet; bnt (bat even would have
been tolerable were it the only instance;
bnt it was not. He lied on many other
occasions. 1 tell yon, sir, Grant is nothing
more than a bun ;lc of petty spites, jealousies
and resentments. And yet they say (irant is a
second Washington. Only thing of it, when
yon compare bun with Washington or Jeffer?
son where is he ? Why he is so small yon
must pnt your finger on bim. He, a little up?
start, a coward, physically and intellectually,
to be compared to George Washington I Why,
it makes me laugh. I have more pity for the
mao than contempt, for I have no spite against
him. Bat 1 fear for tbe country wben such a
man is likened to the Father of his Country.
Why, just look at the inaugural of Washington.
He speaks about his fear and trembling in ac?
cepting the Presidency, even after all hie ex?
perience and success. But this little fellow
Grant, an upstart, a mere accident of the war,
a creature witLout the ability to comprehend
the philosophy ot a single great queetion, says,
in ma inaugural. "Iknow the responsibility is
Si at, bnt I accept it without 'ear." Is that like
ashinR ton or Jefferson ? Pshaw ! It's mon?
strous to think of. Grant, I tell yon, sir, has
no ideas, no policy. Why, Washington consid?
ered that a man's ereatnerB was measured by
bis morality, by tbe standard of his soul. And
1 have always considered that the more eonl a
a man bad, the more be developer the sool or
intellect within bim, the more Godlike he be?
came. Bot, sir, Giant has nothing. Physic illy
and mentally and morally he is a nonentity.
Why, ir, his soul is to small that yon could
pot it within the periphery of a hazel nutshell
and it might float about tor a thousand years
without knocking agatnat the walls of the abd).
That's the size of his soul. Just 1 ok at the
man sitting ut a Cabinet council. Ho has LO
idea, no pol cy, no standard, no creed, no faith.
How can he guide the people ? Bow can he
impress any great improvements ! or moral
ideas upon tbe nation ? He has no object to
look forward to, no leading aim to draw the
people towards any particular end. He sits
theie with his Gibiner. One member bas
bought bim a house in Philadelphia, another
has p i ven him $63 OOO, another has given him
a carriage, aud so on. It ia degrading to tho
office of President of tho Cm tee States to Lave
such a man there. They talk about his gene?
ralship. Well, he wis a mere incident of ihe
war. Mon and arms were supplied in abun?
dance, and his forces were so massive that
tbey rumply crushed out the rebellion. It
would have boen done had Grant never been
born. Therefore he was a mere incident.
Hut the little fallow has con e to think be
is somebody ically. 1 can't help pity?
ing bim when 1 think how wed I know
bim and what an inhnitessimal creature
he really is.- I often think that about the fit?
test place for Grant is at some place in thc
country whore there are cross-roads. I have
b:eu at those places and have ot ten noticed
toe scenes. At tho.corner perhaps there ii a
blacksmith's shop. At another comer of the
cross-roads there ia a grocery store, and at
another a house where the squiie meeta to set?
tle cases. Well. I have of'en notice3 at such
a j unction of sever il roads that when the
squire's business is orel some fellow Will pro?
pose a horse race, and to givo interest to the
thing a barrel ot cider and perhaps a half gal?
lon ot whiskey will be staked on tho result.
Now Grant is just suited tc such a situation.
His ideas are of tho coss-roads order, and he
has not a thought above that.
Mr. Johnson pays General Batter the com?
pliment of having a wonderfully correct idea
of Grant. "He used to come to see me much
at ono time, and expressed the r rofoundest
contempt for Grant. His estimate of Grant
wae about the same as my own. He thought
Grant cou d be made to do anything, that
he could be made a complete tool, and that
if he desired he could have himself invited to
Grant's boase. It happened precisely so, after?
ward, just as Datier hoisted."
HINTS EOR SUMMER.
Sea Bathing-Dangers of Kxccaa-Sum?
mer Drinks-How to Keep Cool-Diet
for Hot Weather-Fighting the -Mos?
Sea and river bathing arc now in order, and
it is to bo hoped that people will not indulge
in those luxuries with recklessness. Many con?
stitutions aro sadly shattered every summer
by too much battling.
Bathing is a good thing employed in moder?
ation; but immoderately enjoyed it becomes
a Very dangerous and damaging thing. Only
thc most robust and sou-idest system can long
stand dail v so tor river immc>nious without be?
coming impaired. Persons afflicted by oryauic
disabilities should bathe in tue sea or liver
jut oftener than every other day, and in no
event should they remain in tho water longer
than ten or fifteen minutes. Any indulgence
in bathing extending TO half an hour or an
hour (which is more frequently the rule than
the exception) is highly injurious, although
thc injury may not bo immediately apparent.
"What are the best and most healthful sum -
mer drinks ?"
The immediate object of crink'ng is to satis?
fy thirst. There is bnt ono ' thine capable of
doing this, aLd that is wat-r. Tue principal in?
gr?dient of all thc diff?re ot kinds of drinks used
is water and ibo purer tbe water, aud tho less
quintity of other substances mixed with it. thc
moro p?rieotly do^-s II supply trie wama of tho
8>sluiu. llii.s being tlie ci^e, pure water is
the best ano mos? healthful ot drink*, not only
for Eliminer, but for all seasons of tho year.
Hie m muer in which it is dran ? is very lin
pestant. Jr ii is swallowed ran div and m
large quit tides, it may Drud ll ce undue disten?
sion and pressure of the stomach, and intel
f,re wita ita luuctio s and then; ot t'j? sur?
rounding organs, lt the water thus s Tallowed
bu Vi ry cold and thosyidem at thy same Hmo
bo Buffering from heat and fatigue, very fc?ri?
ll US refaits arc spt to o *cur from the sudden
thurk. Water Biiou d a Iwate bo drank slowly.
Uv sipping, ihe desire for drink ts more tff-c
Itidly gratified, and any desirable quantity a:
any temperature mav DP drank without inj an?
nas effet*. Ice water in sum mer is not objec?
tionable if liken in this way. Water should
not be drank at or soon after m .-al*, as :t in?
terf?res witli tho process of digestion.
' It is capy to sav so," says one. " hut how
are >on going to do it, this?" hot weather ?" I
will tell you. I bo clothing should bc light and
loose, and ot such a chai actor that the air can
readily pass turon, b it. lt shonld be chang.-d
olten." Clothing worn daring tho day should
not bo worn at uight. The eutire body should
ue bathed every day os to keep the pores
open and thc skin clean. Perspiration ebonld
unt be checked but encouraged, if one do-.s not
perspire easilv. Perspiration necessitates
evaporation, and evaporation cools.
Eat soaringly, and avoid everything of o
'?caung, stimulating, or irritating ci ir ic ter.
i> palta, spices, condinipp's swecs, fats, tea.
Ci floe, tobacco, alcoholic drinks. &c. The ciici
-hould coimist principally or entire'y o? fruits
ierrie3 and vegetables. The only Droper driuk
s wa er. Especially avoid eating moro ban
the system requues. as excess in amount o.
food is one of tue orincipa! causes of that lazy,
listless; uncomfortable feeling experienced by
so niany (lin ing hot weather. Keep a clean
conscience as well aa a clean skin and clean
clothing, and don't get excited. It uncom?
fortably worm at any time, immerse the bands
ard feet in cold water, or let a stream of cold
waterrun npon the wrisls or ankles for a short
time, or hold a piece of ice in the bands. This
will soon cool toe whole body.
AN ESCAPE FROM MOSQUITOES.
How to evade the annoyance of mosquitoes
is, at this season, a matter of primary impor?
tun?e. Nettings, tbe most impervious appa?
rently, fail to keep out the desperate little buz?
zers. We have used every stratagem in vam.
They will manage to putin an appearance, aud
shortly thereafter a bill, just as we compose
ourselves for ihe much-needed rest; sleep is
ont of the question with even one mosquito
for a bedteilow, while the one shortly becomes
a dozen, for the sly little fellows exhibit
a great deal of generosity toward each other,
and always reveal to their friends the modus
operandi of their eu<ry to our closely scirened
couch. While puzzling our brains recently
for some efficacious protection against these
diminutive enemies of human repose, we re?
ceived the following from a friend, which wdl
be found j se t the thing and never failing. We
give it for the benefit of our readers : "Take
of gum camphor a piece about one-third tbe
size of an eeg, and evaporate it by placing in a
tin vessel, holding, it over a lamp or candle,
taking care that it does not ignite. The smoke
will soon fill the room and exp?l the mosqui?
toes, who will return no more, at least for that
night, even if the windows be left open.'
Try it. _
SUNSTROKE-HOW rO AVOID ir.
The season when the son's rays pour down
with their greatest intensity, and inflict upon
the head of man the dangeroof malady known
as coup de ?0U?, is n w at hand, aod it is well
to remind persons of the fact. Very simple
precautions will save persons from being seized
by the malady in question. One of the best
pieventives is a thin piece of sponge loosely
sowed into the top of the hat, and occasionally
moistened with water in the course of the day.
We have heard of P mao who walked twenty
miles ander a hot sun with a damp pocket
handkeichiof inside the crown of his hat, and
did not suffer any inconvenience. The pre?
cautions are so obvi?os and simple that people
do not regard them. Were they complicated
and expensive, their ose would be more gene?
PIN?'EVE Y-SEYLF.-On the morning of the 23d
June, at B-lbel Chm ch by the' Rev J. T. WIOHT
KAN, S. GOURDIN Pi NOE,V Y to M iii Y JA.NE,
only daughter of C. C. MYLE, Esq., all of this
CO MES.-Died, at Ku turnorville, on the 1st inst,
ELIZiBfc.lt!, only child of Vf. ?. and f. A. Corns.
49* The Friends of tho Family arc re?
spectfully invited to attend the Poserai Services at j
Mrs. W. C. GATEWOOD'B residence. No. 87 fradd
s.reet, at half-past Mne o'c'ock THIS MO&NTNO, with
out further invitation. * July 2
49*N0TIC?.-A DIVIDEND OP TEN (10)
DOLLARS PER SHARE will be paid to the Stock?
holders of tho Graniteville Manufacturing Com?
pany, at Ibcofflce of the President, on and alter the
10thinstant. E. H. Pl .'KMAN,
??UNION BANK OF SOUTH CAROLI?
NA, CHABLESTON, JULY 2, 1869.-Sunday next
being the ?tb of July, this Hank will be closed on
MONDAY, the 5 th Instant. Paper payable on tbe 1th
aod 5th instante must be anticipated.
H. D. A LEX AK DEB',
49"S0U TH CAROLINA LOAN AND TBUoT
COMPANY - SAVING* Dh PAR i MENT. -Deposits
made on or before 20th July, will draw Interest irom
1st in-tan-. THOMAS B.*WABING, Cashier
SS" THE PEOPLE'S NA HON AL BANE OF
CBABLESTON, 8. 0.-JULY 1st, 1869 -The Fourth
oi July fallinz on SUNDAY this Bank will be closed
on MONDAY, tbe 6th. All paper maturing on that
day must be anticipated.
JOHN F. BOBERT9,
July 2_2_^. Cashfag
49-SOUIH CAROLIN A LOAN AND IRUST
COMPANY.-The 4th of July falilog on SUNDAY,
MONDAY, tl e 6th, win be observed as a holiday, and
this office closed. All paper payab o on the Uh and
5th of July mu.-1 be anticipited.
July 1_THOM VS B. W ABING. Cashier.
49- OFFICE CHARLESTON GASLIGHT
COMPANY, JUNE 22, 1809.-A I ividend ot Flt' li'
CENTS per Snare on the capital Stock of this Com?
pany having been declared by tbe Directors, tho
same will be paid on and after MONDAY the 6th
The Books ol Transfer will b: closed from this date
to 6th proximo. W. J HERIOT,
June 22 12 Secretary and ireaenrer.
49" NOfl'JE.-NAIIONAL FREEDMAN'S
SAYINGS BANK -DEPOSITS mada between now
and July 19 b, will draw Interest from July 1st.
June 92 24 NATHAN BITTER. Cashier.
49" I HE NEA 1 EST, THE QUICKEST AND
THE CHEAPEST.-THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
UJ LAST BAY, having replenished its Stock with a
ne# and largo assortment of material of the fluent'
quality and latest styles, is prepared lo execute, at
tuc 6bnrte3C sett ea a ad la the best manner, JOB
PB1N TING of every description.
Call aod examine the s.:u!e of prices beforo giving
your orders elsewhere.
~49* EXECUTORS FINAL NOTICE.-NO
XIOK is hereby given tint on the SECOND DAY or
JUXT ensuing, at ll o'clock, A. M., th" undersigned
will apply to thc Jud'o of Probate of Charleston
County for a final discharfjo aa Executors of Will ot
the late EBENEZER H. BODO EBS.
FRAN1 TS S. HODGE HS,)
GEORGE A. RODGfc.lt?), J Executors.
E. H. RODGERS, )
Jun 3 2 wino Imo
49* ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. - ALL
persons having clalais agnlnst the Fsiato of JOHN
MEHRT. N-?, deceased, will present the sanio duly
attested, and all p rsoos iodeVed to faid Estate will
make payment at No. 187 LastB.iy, to
J. N. M. WOULTMANN, Administrator.
?-STATE OF SOU l'U CAiiOLIN A, MAHL
BORO' C0UN1Y-IN 1 QUtTY-MARY S. S JACK?
SON, ADM'X.. vs. HoGU JA E*ON. KT AL.-BILL
F>nt PARU IUM, io-Notice ie hereby given, in
ched tence to an order made in the auo.x sute J case,
that the next of kin of WI I.LIAM J. JACKSON, de?
ceased, liv.mr at the time ol bis death, or their heirs
a-, law a:d legal representatives, besides BUG II
JACK-ON and ELI A < JA El-ON, aro nquest-d to
establish co fore mo su.b relationship, at Reuse lr?
ville, S*. C., on or before ibe rxssx MONDAY OF Au
OOST next. P. Mc 10LL. <"?cr?:.
Juno 12 nt H th Imo
49* PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE.-A
NI W COURSE OF LECTURES, a? delivered at the
New York Museum of Anatomy, embracing thc ?lb
jeets : How to Live and ?hat to Live for ; Youth,
Maturity and ola Ago ; Manhood generally review,
ed ; the Cause ol Indigestion ; Flatul-ncc and Ner?
vous Dlso'ses accounted for ; >'. arrase Philosophi?
cally Considered Ac. Tbcso Lectures will be lor
v.arded on receipt of tour stamps, by addres-ins :
'KCBETARY BALTIMORE M?StUM OF ANATO.
MY No. 71 Wc-.t Baltimore-street. Baltimore. Md.
april 19_g*j jg
49-D?rCHER'? LIGHTNING! FLY-KILLEB.
Death to the Living ! Lons live tho Eiders I i^ld
by Dealers everywhere. imo_Jam- 29
"SSTBATC D E LOIi'3 HAIR DYE.-THIS
splendid Hair Dy? ia the beat io tbe world; the only
true and perfect ti?; harmless, reliable, msto ta
ueoup; no dtsapoolutm nt; no lidkuloas tints; rem?
edies the fl) effe'ts ol bad dves; invigorates and
leaves tie fair soft and beautiful black or bro-?c
-old ly all Druggists and Periumers; aud properly
applied at Bachelor's Wig Factoty, No. - Bond
street, New York. Jyr May IC
FOU PHILlDl- LPH1A.
THE BBIQ JOSIE A. DEVEBEAUX,
CLABK master, ba vine all of her beary
cargo engaged, will take 100 bales of Cot
1 and sail m a few days.
For Freight engagement* applv to
Jone 80_HI BEET BROTHERS & Qg?
EXCURSION S I KXCfJlt SlUnsj t
THE NEW AND COMMODIOUS YACHT
ll A HY ELLA, is now ready and prepared,
tomare recular trips to poi J ts of Interest
- in our harbor. Will also take parties for
Picnics snd Moonlight Excurf iona.
For Engagements apply to Captain CO K on
board at Atlantic Wharf, or to No. 103 EA3I BAIT.
Jane M_ ]mo
E XCURSIONS I EXCUHSIO>8!
THE ITNE FAST SAILING YACHT
ELLA ANNA, the Champion of the son tn,
-_ i? la now ready a?d prepared to make regal sr
tripa, thus affording sn opportunity to a IT
who mav wish to visit points of interest in our beau*
For passage, apply to (he Captain on Union Whar f.
BXCURSIUMg AKOUHO TBE HAllfiOR.
vX-v. THE FINE, FAST 8AUJNO AND OOM - "
AW FOBTABL? appointed Tacht ELEANOR
.^-AJ?wlll rf rame her tripa to historic point? tn
?????afcthe tarbor, and win leave Geveromeu
Wharidaily at len A. M.
For Passage apply to 1H OM AS TOOKO,
December 18 Captain, on board.
VOE DEW Y JHK.
REGULAR LINER VERT WEDNESDAT;
THE erTE/MBBIP SARAGOSSA.
?Capt lu C. Bznxx. will leave Tan
.derborat'i Wbarf on w"TON xena*
-?ATiiBHooir, July ith, lt?, at 4P
July 1_BAVENKL At CO.. Ager ta,
NKW YORK AND CHARL.KSTO?
FOE ? K W YORK.
CABIN PASSASE $20.
TBE SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL
' STEAMSHIP MANHATTAN, lLgT
WOODHTTIX. Commander, will sag
-?from auger's ooutb Whart on Hnr -
C?D?T, July 3, at 1 o'clock P. M.
MW An extra charge ol 16 made for Tickets par
chased on board alter aalllng
MW Mo Billa of Lading signed after the ?teamer
MW Thron sh Billi Lallng given for Cotton to
8o?ton and Providence,. B. L
MW 1 brough Bills of Lading given to Liverpool J
MW Marine Insurance ny trna hoe % per cent. -
MW The steam ?re ot this line am Ant alas? tai
every respect, and then: Tablea axe ?noolled with ell
tbe de Ur actes ot the New York and Charleston mar
For Freight or Passage, apply to
J A ML.- ADoth A CO.. Agents,
Corner Ada-e**?, Whan and Hast 2ay fTTp->tairs.)
MW CHAMPION ?ill follow on BATUBDIT. Jaie
10, at 6 o'clock P. M.
June 38 S
PACIFIC MAIL, STKA?1?H1P CUJHFY S
THEOUGE I IN? TO
CAL1POBN1A. CHLNA AND JAPAN.
CHANGE OF SAILING DATS!
S1EAMEB3 OE IBU. ABOVE
line leave Pier No. ia. North Baver,
foot of Canal afreet. New Fort, at
13 o'clock noon, of the lat, lim tod
Hst of every month (except when these dates tait
en Sunday, then the Saturday preceding).
Departure of lat and 21st connect at Panama with
.teamen tor South Pacific and Central Am erl eat
porta. Those of lat touch at Mantanillo.
Departure of 11th ol each month connects with
tbe new steam line from Panama to Australia as' '
Steamship OREGONIAN leaves San Fraxciacofor
China and Japan Augusta. 1869.
No Camionna steamers touch at Havana, bat ge
direct from New lark to AspinwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adah*
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Ticketa or t arther information aral'
at the COM PA N vs TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
toot of Canal-strat, Not th Hi ?er, New York.
March 13_lyr_F. B. BABE, Agent.
CHANGE OF 8CHED ULE.
FOR PALATKA. FliORTDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, F> BM ANDINA AND JACKSON
m .?4T^a> THEELEOANTAND KIBST-CLA F
Tis i ifaai -?TE" Cl ry POINT, Captain
(Tao."E. MCMILLAN, will aatl lrom Charleston ever j
TrxsuAX EVENING, at Nine o'clock, tor the abort
Connecting with the Central Railroad at Savanna r
for Mobile and New Orleana, and with tne florida
Railroad at Fernandina for Cedar Keys, at wnlct
point steamers connect with New Orleans, Mobile.
Pensacola, Eey and Havana.
Through Bills Lading sigued to New Orleans and
All freight Diva tile on the wharf.
Gooda not removed at aunaet will be stored at ri? k
and expense of owner?.
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agent?,
May 37 south Atlantic Whan.
JtO-MABENGO.-F EVER AND 'AG?E
CUBE, TONIO, FEYER PREVENTIVE.-Thu val?
uable medicino, entirely vegetable in its prepara?
tion, ia offered to tbe public and warranted to eure
any cato of CHILLS AND FE7EB of however long
standtaar, completely eradicating its effect from the
system, purifying the bloo 3, strcnztbenuu tbe di?
gestive organs, induoing on appetite, and keeping
the system in perfect bealtb.
Those suffering from debility arris! ag from any
cana: will fl od it the purest and best TONIO to be
bad anywhere. To persons raald lng in unhealthy
sections, or who are predisposed to fevers of any
kind, it will be f mid invalnaole as a preventive. It
is quito pleasant to the taste, and can be given to
children ol' all age ? without Injury Numerous let?
ter? have bren recciveJ testifying to ita efficacy and
valuo ai a FEVlilt AND AGUE COKE AND TONIC.
It ia rolly guaranteed to give complete and univer?
MARENGO ls no humbug. Tar rr.
For aale ct retail by al) Druggists.
At who'esale bj DOWIE & MOISE, corner Meet
inaand Basel streets; GOODRICH, WIN EMA N A
CO., Hayno-atreet, and Q. J. LOHN, General Agent
of Proprietor, ao?t; cast corner King and Jobn
streets, Charleston, ri. C. nao 3mos June 8
MW ESSAYS PUB YOUNG MEX.-ON THE
Errors and Abuses incident to Youth and Early Man?
hood, with the humane view or treatment and cure,
sent by mail free of charge. Address HOWARD AS?
SOCIATION, Box P. Philadelphia, Pa.
May 32 tim na
MW THE SEASON OF EX?A?SiION.
No matter how vigorous by nature tbe system and
the contttitntion may bc, they moat necessarily .uffer
moro or less from the depleting effects of the tempe?
rature of midsummer, unless strengthened and sus?
tained by wholesome tonic treatment. Tbe extra
prepare upon the vital forces must be met and
co J utor balanced by an ex'ra resistant power; the an -
usual and rapid c nsumption ol the animal flu da by
prouse perspiration, must be comp* nsated by the
perfect d:ges'ion and assimilation of toe food taken
into the stomach, from wtiicn r>olh the Bolds and
the solids of the body are oenved. Otherwise the
phvsical strength declines 8'd the minti, sympathis?
ing with the machinery through *hich it acts, be?
comes dcpr:s*ed and enervated A stimulant is
thcreiotc absolutely required at thia season; not a
violant one, c dcuhted to produce febrile excitement,
but something which will recruit and reinforce the
whole organizion in proportion to th- extraordi?
nary drain to wbl b the torrid beat aubj eta ic
This deaidera'um ls supplied in a palatable and
most efficient form in HISTBI'TEH'S 81 OMACH
B1TTEBS, wb>ch the people of this country, after .
.,.or.' than tweatv-flve yean- ' experience, hare ac?
cepted and endorse! ae the best tonic, alterative and
anti bilious preparation which medical chemistry
bas yet aucceeJed in obtaiulng from the strengtk
ams sining, bedlog and purify ng producta of the
vegetable kingdom. Every ingredient of this famous
compound baa its o*n spec flo virtue, and the result .
ci tb ir romknnilion la the moat genial invigorant,
aperient and regnlating medicine ever administered,
either as a prevootive or care of the disarders most
common ta eur rarJab e enaste? Among these may
De enumerated dyspepsia, bili o asnees, coastlpatfoo;
fever and ague, nervous debility, ; nd all the aalmnits
proceeding from imperfect digestion A conree of
DOsiEilEU'" BiTTt-KSi* tue best possible mftv
guard aealnst the dan utera w.ilcb menace persona of
both sex sa, and all ages, during the heated term.
June ac SM (