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VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 1157.
SIX DOLLARS A YEAR
WASHINGTON. August 81.-It ie stated that
there axe eighteen and a quarter millions 0/
gallons of whiskey still in bond.
Robeson has arrived.
Tb? Cabinet is in session. It is understood
that routine questions of the departments only
will be entertained.
The Revenue to-day was nearly a half mil?
lion.. The total for the month was over fifteen
The Cabinet continued in session until four
o clock. Various matters, of public inteiewt
were made the subject of conversation, bnt no
active mea sures were takoa regarding them.
Fisk read a dispatch from Burlingame deny?
ing the rejection of the treaty by the Chinese
^Tbe President receives visitors to-morrow
and departs for Saratoga at nicht.
Secretary Fisk, in reply to inquiries from
Cubans, bas no information as to any action of
the Spanish government in the proposition to
.ell Cuba. It ia tellered in Cuban circle? that
the Serrano government ?ill make no d?cision
in the mttter, but will leave it to the Sing who
is to be chosen by the Cortes.
THE WAX IN CUBA.
HAVANA. August 81.-The insurgents in Co?
lon District hare gone* eastward, taking many
- TsDenms are ordered to be offered up in the
Puerto Principe churches, for the disappear
- ance of the cholera, .
The semi-monthly Diario, prepared for tas
tptrriih steam er r editorially regrets their in?
ability to send .tattering notices regarding the
suppression ot the insurrection.
A DESERVED CASTIGATION, i
HAVANNAH, August 81 -The carpet-bag de?
puty postines tar of this city having refused to
deliver tbs mails of the Morning Newt, the De?
mocratic newspaper of Savannah, the proprie?
tor, Hr. J. H. EatilL doma nd ed an explanation
thia morn in?, which not being giren, he ebaa
t?ed the deputy, who is named Seely.
8 TRIKE AT Q UEBEC.
QUEBEC, August 81.-The laborers employed
on the shipping struck for wage?. Seventeen
hundred joined in a disorderly procession, and
the Mayor and several prominent citizens
were roughly handled and the military were
NAPOLEON'S HEALTH-THE WAH IN J if AK.
PARIS, August SL~-The Emperor received
The capture of Hakodadi by the forces of
the Mikado is confirmed.
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
Sheldon & Son's cotton mill at Barber's ville,
B. L, was burned.
At a large meeting held at Springfield, Mc,
directors for the railroad from Kansas City to
Memphis were elected.
The conspiracy and executions on the United
States steamer Sabine are pronounced by a
London dispatch a canard.
The United Stiles, MoMakin's, Atlantic and
American Hotels, at Cape May, with many in?
tervening stores and cottages, aie burned.
The brown-stone building in Chestnut-street,
. Philadelphia, immediately adjoining the Con?
tinental Hotel, was buming 'ast night, and the
Continental was in great danger.
UNITED STATES COURT.
Proceedings of lite United States District
Court Har the Wettern Dlatiiet of Son th
Carolina- A ngnst Terns, 1669.
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rtr rasa rs BAT'S nocsatnxsos.
UaavrvxLix, S. C., THTJXJDAX. August 26 -
The court waa opened at 10 o'clock A. M., Hon.
George 8. Bryan, presiding.
The grand jury returned into court with the
the following bills and findings:
No B?ls.-Vmted States vs. Isaiah Murphy.
Distilling without paying tax, sections 5, 6, 7
and 44, act Joly 20,1868.
United States vs Wm. Love and Jas. Moore.
Distilling without paying tax, sections 5, 6, 7
and 44, act Jnly 20,1868.
United States vs. John W. Carter. Distilling
without paying tax, sections 5,6, 7 and 44. act ,
United Sutes rs. twenty barrels distilled
spirits, one distillery and appurtenances, found
in Bichland Comity, in possession of W. H.
8taok. information for forfeiture for violation
of internal revenue laws. Jury Na 1 was
charged with this case on Monday, and the
argument was closed to-day, and the further
hearing continued till to-morrow, when the
judge will charge the jury.
FBJDAT, August 27.- 'Joan opened at 10
o'clock A. M., Hon. G. 8. Bryan, presiding.
Petit jurors answered to their names. Zhe
grand jury was dismissed until Wednesday,
United States vs. John P. Wynne. Violation
internal revenue laws-distilling without pay?
ing tax. Defendant pleaded guilty, and was
sentenced to pay a fine of eleven hundred dol?
lars and to seven months' imprisonment.
United States v*. twenty barrels distilled
spirits, one distillery and appurtenances, found
at Richland County, in possession of W. H.
Stack. ^Information for forfeiture for viola?
tion internal revenue li wt. W. S. Ea ale v and
Samuel W. Helton for defendant. Jury No. 1,
i charged with this case, returned into cour.
\ with the verdict of not guilty. D. T. Cor?
bin, District Attorney, moved for a new trial.
h United States vs John Bevis. Distilling
T without paying tax. Jury No. 2, charged with
this case, returned into couit with a verdict of
United States vs. Thomas A. Holtzclawr
. Violation ot internal revenue laws. Retail li?
quor dealer without paying tax. On beariog
argument in this case", on motion of E. P.
Jones, ordered that the judgment be set aside
and a new trial granted.
United States vs. Frank Arnim. Oppression
h m orne?. The above named defendant having
9 been called, and failing to answer, on motion
of District Attorney, ordered that a bench war?
rant do forthwith issue for bis arrest for trial.
In Bankruptcy-Ex parte M. Lesser. Peti
tition tor final discharge. W. E. Earle pro net.
Registrar C. G. Jaeger reporting favorably,
the judge signed an order and certificate of
discharge under seal of court.
? -The Southern Historical Society is pro?
ceeding bravely with its work. It counts
among its officers General Lee, vice-president
[ for Virginia; Wade Hampton, who holds the
same office tor South Carolina: Raphael
Semmes for Alabama; S. E Mallory for Florida,
and others lesa lamons for the other States.
Ibe "mission" of the society is now announced
^ to be, "tho publication of the records of the
recent struggle for (Jonfederate independence,"
toward which a great mass and variety of doc?
uments bave been already contributed. These
\ publics tons will, in the opinion of the secre
? tary. Dr? Joseph Jones, vindicate before the
world "the consummate ability of the Confede
*t rate loaders, who, with scarcely 600,000 men,
-t poorly armed and equipped, prolonged, through
i lour years of unexampled privation and toil, a
I bloody and gigantic war against 3,000,000 of
men. armed with the most effective and de
(tractive weapons Of moaern warfare."
COURT DAT IX BLACKVILLE.
The First Meeting of Comrt-Platt in th?
Pulpit-The Colored Lawyer?-A Q,neer
Case-The Weather and Crops.
'.FROM OUB OWN CORRE . PONDENT. )
BLAOKTILLE COURTHOUSE, Aaguat SO.-This
has been the first time since the removal of
the oonrthonse of the "keouoty" to this place
that the blind gooches' has made her debut.
We might well nigh say w8 had forgotten
whether the blindfoldel female is supposed,
under the now regime, to preside especially
over Justice or Liberty, or whether she bas not
given a slight change to her base and om
braces them both. At any rate, we may safely
infer that she leans rather much to the dark
side in both respecte, whether her eye j be
blindfolded or not.
Everybody and their uncle came to town,
influenced ni doubt by as varied emotions as
sway the human heart. Hope, fear, curiosity,
cupidity and whiskey, all cou tr ibu ted their quo?
te in swelling the throne:. The vendors of
watermelons and cakes were as happy a set of
individuals as an August sun ever shone opon,
as they smilingly wilneeeed tbe diminution of
their piles of edibles anda proportionate in?
crease of fractional currency.
"HEB HONOR" TAKES TO THE PULPIT.
The court convened io the Baptist Church,
wbi:h has been secured for that purpose, bio
Honor, Judge Zephaniah Platt, presiding in the
pulpit. We wondered and smiled, and smiled
and wondered still, if his Honor perched up in
the sacred desk imagined that by virtue of his
position, his words might not be considered as
a happy combination of the "law and gospel,"
and thus convey additional force. It seemed
to ns a queer place for a Radical judge, tbat
The weather has been intensely warm, and
judge, jury and ail, with one accord, tried the
efficacy of ice water, fans and possibly other
sustainers and invigorators of wearied nature,
and bore their s offerings like martyrs.
A HUED JOST.
There is something novel, if not interesting
and calculated to produce a soent-satipn ;n thia
parti-colored jury, which is without didtfection
of race, color, odor or previous condition; and
there were many present who desired, from
motives of curiosity, to witness the new order
of things under Radical reconstruction.
TAKER IN ANO BONE FOB.
One unfortunate individual, led by the afore
sad spirit of curiosity, to squeeze his portly
form within the precints of bis Honor, was
forthwith seized and placed on the jury in the
stead of a recreant juryman who had not suffi
cient fear of Judge Platt before his eyes to in?
duce his attendance. The moral to this little
court episode is simply that, by minding one's
own business, we may avoid much tribulation,
especially that of being placed on a mixed
jury in the heated term, from which we may
reverently say, "Good Lord, deliver us."
Among the gentlemen of the legal profes?
sion who contributed their talent towards a
proper administration of justice, appeared the
honorable senators from Barnwell and Beau?
fort, Elliott and Whipper, who afforded their
legal brethren and outside barbarians an op?
portunity of measuring their mental calibre.
The general impression seems to be favorable;
and although the stomach of your corespon?
dent may not be as thoroughly reconstructed
as those of ethsrs upon whom he might place
his finger, and becomes a little nauseated in
taking these black Radical pills, yet it must be
admitted that the easy politeness and general
good bearing of these "gentlemen of color"
has impressed the communty with no other
f clings than those of good will, and we may
COURT ADJOURNED -LITTLE DONE.
The j uriee were discharged on Friday. The
only case of much interest was one of rape, in
which the prisoner was found "gnllty;" but
strange to state, alter the jury bad returned to
their homes, it is stated that the foreman had
an interview with the judge, hal the finding
reversed, and a new trial ordered. This must
be something novel in law, and should be
placed on record for future reference.
The farmers are busily engaged in picking
cotton. Owing to the rust, the cotton opens
more rapidly than usual. The impression is
general throughout the county that the crop
bas been cut short at least one-third, some
think one-half; but though it is undeniable
that in some instances a half crop only will be
made, we do not think, on a general average,
that so large a percentage will be lost as some
persons imagine. Few men, comparatively,
will estimate their crops, and the disposition
is rather to make too low an estimate; hence
the expression ot the opinion lhat the cotton
crop will fall short one-half, must be taken
cum grano salis
We noticed the shipment from this place, on
Saturday, ot two bales new cotton, which were
consigned respectively to Mesar?. George H.
Walter A Co., and Hessis. Pelzer, Rodgers &
Co. Sunday, it is conceded by many, was the
hottest day of the season; and we so much
wished that our honored female ancestor of
Paradisaical notoriety had only restrained her
curiosity, so that we, like her, might appear
pluris nalural?bus, and have no breath of scan?
dal assail us. MEDICUS.
RADICAL PO tr- WO W IN EDGEFIELD.
The correspondent of the Aususta Constitu?
tionalist, writing from Edgefield Courthouse,
under date of the 28th, stye:
During tbe last three weeks our village bas
enjoyed a short peace. Since Eichelberger pub?
lished that letter in th > Columbia Pnoaix, he
bas been the guest of Congressman H?ge, in
Colombia, and at tbe same time keeping ms
Excellency Governor Scott posted in regard to
the one hundred and fifty murders, (said to be
committed in our county each month,) which
his Excellency promised a committee of our
citizens to forward the names of, and which
said committee agreed to have arrested and
tried, but np to this time their names have not
been for varded.
On last Thursday Eichelberger returned
home, and every one was saying what mean?
ness is now to follow. On yesterday afternoon
the constabulary force, arma and equipments,
were all put in order to proceed to escort
Philip Eichelberger ?be ex-captain) to the
Pine House depot. At 3 o'clock, Philip, in a
carriage, with bis escort, proceeded to the
depot, and escorted Congressman H?ge into
town, and thence to the residence of Philip,
one mile from the village, where it is said tho
party were up until a late hour last night dis?
cussing the great wrongs the loyal party has
suffared in our county.
To-day, H?ge spoke to the negroes for an
hour and a half upon the lawlessness of this
county, whiob, of course, ii all done by the
rebels, and that the only friend of the negro on
this earth was the leaders of the Republican
He was followed by Realf, the assessor of
revenue of this county, who intends to start a
loyal sheet at this place soon. He is a firm
supporter of the late John Brown, and does
not deny being with Brown in Marv land, in
I860. His character is too well known to need
comment here. Be is not worthy tba notice of
anv respectable man.
Over one thousand negroes were present at
the Academy grove, where tbeee'speeches were
delivered, the matter being kept au entire
eeciet from the whites until yesterday even?
Congressman Hogs ran for Congress last
fall and was beaten by the Hon. J. P. Reed by
fire thousand votes, md Congress then beat
Reed, and hence Hotre is now allowed to draw
his pay to misrepresent the people of tbis Con?
gressional District. The freedmen here oad
bim Hog. This was the tirst grunt of the hog
in the way of a campaign speech, as his object
is to get re-elected next year; bat we think
he does not look sharp* Philip will prove
heavy atone in his way for the nomination
Philip, too, his political ambition.
Miss Buie. the Confederate soldiers' friend
recently paid a visit to Governor ?Scott to get
him to remove the "melish" from this place
but Governor Scott refused her request, and
said tbat old Edgefield had put bim to more
trouble than the whole State, and instead
removing the present force, he intended to
crease it; he also said that all loyal men should
be respected and have justice. Justice is
our people want, for we know if the Rads get
justice somebody will euffr.
GENERAL CANBT AND THE TES1
This interesting dispatch from Richmond
taken from the Baltimore Sun of Monday:
The following is as authentic as it is impor
tant: A gentleman belonging to one of the
two Walker State committees, (whose name
am not authorized to divulgo, ) bas bad an i
terview with General Canby, in which that
official declared that the only terms he had
propose were that all ineligible members of the
Legislature should resign, ard that he won
immediately or 1er new elections to fill tbe va?
cancies thus created. If men were thereuoon
returned who could take the test oath,'
should further a speedy reconstruction to the
extent o: his ability and authority; bat
the present ineligibles did not resign, or
other ineligibles were elected to succeed them
he should feel bound lo refer the whole elec
tion of July, ?c., to Congress, pcs pouing all
action till that body reviewed the matter and
gave final directions. Being questioned as
why be bad not installed Governor Walker he
replied that he would have co ie so ere ilia
but that; when be issued his circular to tue
members of the Legislature, inquiring as to
their ability to take the test-oath, the Come
vative State committee officiously and sedi
tiously interfered to pre vee i responsos, and
?bat he considered the oou'iuued active exis
teoce of that committee aa a standing menace
to hun and reconstruction. He vi ould never, as
long as he could avoid it, surrender any depart
meat nf the State government to the practical
control of a chque composed of men having
a job antecedents, and originally organized
open opposition to every measure of recon
General Owabj s - . ntrust of the Conservative
Committee hos long been known, and within
the last few days efforts have been made to re
place it and tbe true Republican Committee by
a new committee that should represent tb?
whole body ot the supporters of Walker.. But
tm's has been strenuously opposed by Raleigh
T. Daniel, the cbaiiman of the Conservative
Committee, and the question is in abeyance
until tbe committee (nearly all the members of
wbich aro absent from tbe city ) shall be con
vened. It is believed that this committee, as
soon as it ia aware that it is looked upon as an
obstado in the way of reconstruction, will
readily agree to dissolve in favor of a joint
committee composed of unobnoxious Conserve
ti vea and moderate Rep?blica ns.
The proposed resignation of the ineligible
members elect of the Legislature, coupled with
General Canby's promise, is looked upon as
not a very objectionable way out of oar diffi
cutties, and there is little doubt entertained
here tbst tbe members unable to take the test
oath will generally vacate. Ii they hesitate
the pu J lie voice is likely to be raised in d??
nonciation against them. General Mabone is
here, and he warmly advocates a prompt and
hearty complianca with the conditions offered
by General Canby. Mahout's influence in our
State politics, as evidenced iu recent move
menis, is vast, and it m ty be considered that
his approval, under all the circumstances, oe
cides the matter.
THE CIVIL WAR IN JAPAN.
C?ptate of Hnkodadl-Heroic Defence b
TheJapan Times, of July 12, gives an ac
count of the fall of Bako'ladi, by which the
?ato war came to an end. Qa the 19:hsf Jur
a very severe engagement occurred between
the Tokugawa refugees and tue Imperial fleet
consisting of tho Hen da. the Eamt-no-ilami
the Kiangsu and another vessel, name not
given, all led by tbe Stonewall. The fire was
directed against thc fort and tho rebol war
vessel Eagle, and was aoiwered with spirit
The Eagle was stranded, but not silenced
during the battle. On the 23th tbe Mikado
fleet commenced an attack on the lort, while
the troops advanced towards the breastworks
For four hours a severe and continuous fire
of great guns and musketry waa kept
up and both Bides fought with vigor
and spirit. But superior to all in gun?
nery, in indomitable courage and inexbausti
ble vigor, were distinguished tbe crew of the
rebel ship Emperor. Besot by the wholo of tho
Mikado's fleet, meoaced by the crushing ram
of tbe Stonewall, tbe especial mark of the weil
directed fire of the Kiangiu and tbe Hen da
the little vessel, hardly larger than a yacht
was fought with heroic courage and dauntless
resolution. One of the attacking fleet was
blown up by a shell in ber magazine, thrown
by the Emperor. She sank immediately, and
her crew struggled in the water, with more
shell from the enemy bursting over their beads
The rules of civilized warfare were not observ?
ed by tbe rebels, and tbe sinking men were
ao far neglected by their friends tbat only twen
ty were saved. As tbe day progressed, it
was i.v dent that the Togi g wa men were
being overpowered. The Eagle and the Em
peror were fired and blown up. The town and
neighboring villages and official house? were
also fired. During the afternoon of June 21,
the Mikado's troops and civil officers occupied
tbe town, but tho Fort Eamida still held 1400
desperate men. It was surrounded by impe?
rial troops, and on the 231 a messago was re?
ceived from its commander, Enomoto, propos?
ing terms of surrender. The terms were re?
jected, and Enomoto opened fire with rapidity.
Supplies were sent into the fort, during tho
night of the 231. from some of the Mikado's men.
The garrison was also allowed to replace guns
in position, and enjoy other advantages, be?
cause the imperial officers thought it was
"inglorious to interfere with them in
their starving condition." This absurdity is
described as peculiarly Japanese. On the 23:h
the fort was surrendered after some fighting.
On the 27th the Tokugawas were all disarmed.
They were a motley crew-many of them lads
of seventeen or eighteen, and all very yo un,-.
Their dices exhibited every possible variety of
what seemed English slops of the worst'de?
scription, iu the dirtiest possible condition.
Tue number of executions will not be great.
Seldom, says the Japan Gazette, bas a revolu?
tion, anywhere, certainly never in the East,
bien followed by so fe* political executions.
Enomoto's crime, however, has been enor?
mous bo is a trai'or to his sovereign; a
traitor to bis chief, a renegade from biselan,
and a robber of the public. Ho has caused
much bloodshed and great loss to thc country,
ami bis punishment will doubtless be signal.
On the 26th July the Gazette bod tho following:
Politically, every thing is quiet. Tho fleet bas
returned from Hakodadi, with a great portion
of the troops on board, the rest coming down
oveiland. As they arrive they are dispatched
to their several provinces, and Yetldo will Boon
have only its ordinary garrison. The place
seems ie be filling fast again with its legitimate
inhabitants. We wish wo could add that its
legitimate trade was also reviviug.
A RADICAL SCHOLAR. -Mr. John Covode, the
chairman of the Republican State Central Com?
mittee of Pennsylvania, is more remarkable
for tho peculiarity ot his orthography than for
his scholastic attainments. Recently he wroto
Attornev-Genoral Brewster, of that ."State, ask
iog his resignation as a party necessity. Be?
low we publish his very unique epistle:
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The 30, '69. \
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after con Sultashun With our porlitikal Ass
08heat8 Who ar Ankshns Forr the elekstun uv
our MewtsbaL fr End I am satistld tht ure
Rezig Nasbun Azz atura E genrl wil Goo A Lo
ang wa too heel xizting Dis Conshuns I rite
This frankie tu y oo Bee Cans i no J desir tu
eek nur tht Reezult thia kuukloozhun Haz Nott
bin ari i vd At bazetillee But haz bin awe Thur
rized By the guvern R hymn selff.
' Yura troolee Jos KOVAD
chare Man staet Cen tral
ANOTHER BIG RADICAL COME TO
Impeachment of Gorcraor Bullock.
It will be seen by the following extracts from
an article in the Angosta Constitutionalist,
that Governor Bollock is in a fair way of get?
ting bis deserts at last:
Hr. Angier, the Stale Treasurer, charges
that of the $35,000 illegally drawn from the
National Bank, the "Governor ' appropriated
$4000 of the State fonds, which amount has not
been accounted for 01 paid. He farther
charges that the "Governor" has used the
pnbhc fand, without proper authority, to cover
op a private indebtedness of $17,000, in which
transaction the State was compelled to
pay eleven per cent, in order to ac?
commodate the individual deficit of ' Mr.
Bullock. He farther, charges that the
"Governor" has already paid the State Attorney
$3000 oat of tbe Stoic fand, although this offi?
cer is bv law entitled to bat $3000 per annum.
He farther charges that the State Attorney is
allowed $3600 a year as Attorney for the State
Road, when by act of Assembly this officer is
obliged to proceed in that capacity without
other compensation than th* $2000 per annum
specially appropriated for him. He farther
charges that enormous sams are drawn by
"Hm Excellency" for the illumination o' Kim
ball'd Opera House, whereas there bas been
bot a trifling eas bill. In this danae it is
clearly insinuated that the State is paving the
gas bills of restaurants and billiard saloons for
the "Governor's" peculiar benefit. Ho further
charges that a pretentious guard of the Exec?
utive Mansion ia paid $120 per month, when
pnblio exigency dees not warrant such an out
lav and ou B?do partios would be willing to
save this expense io the Commonwealth.
To this i-x eu>, the '"Governor," the trooly
loil "Governor." i? arraigned, in a monetary
point or view, by li e trooly ?oil treasurer. Go
in ; beyond tho mer ?iv financial, the treasurer
shows him up as a moral delinquent as well as
a political brigand. And this is the man, this
corrupt, unworthy ard ignorant creature, who
is a representative in Georgia of the "patriot?
ism," the "virtue" and the 'intelligence" made
triumphant Ly war I Is ho not a beauty ? Is
he not wot thy of adoration by oar o?d, original
Union men. North anWjputh ? The misery of
the matter IB, that he still bas so lengthened a
term for evil. The consolation remains that
he can, by no future hocus-pocus, ever climb
so high again, and that the day will come,
sooner or later, when he and h:s robber crew
will be glad to abandon the soil of a State they
have plundered and'defamed.
-Boston felt peculiarly interested in the in?
ternational boat-race, and adopted a peculiar
method of announcing the matter. If the
Harvards were victorious, 5-5 was to be struck
by the fire-alarm; but as they were defeated,
2-2 was struck. If the Harvards won, the
American flag was to be displayed on tbe top
of a pole on Telegraph Hill at Hall; batas the
English beat, the flag waa ran only halfway
of the staff. The Harvard boys assembled in
Boston to learn the result, and when it came
they did not cheer.
J ARV-Departed this life, in Williamsburg, N. J.,
on the 11th August, 1809, Mrs KLIZl COS 1'fLLO.
beloved cont-ort of JOSE JABA, of this ci tv, in the 32d
jear of her age. A devoted wife, kind mother, and a
moat generous frier d. Io the domenic relations of
life her gentleness, forbearance and kindness en?
deared her to all with whom she came in contact
Bat a few weeka since, the anbject of tbii notice,
in prime health and vigor, with a pleasant anticipa
tion ol meeting a dear brother whom the had not
Been tor man* vean, and intending to rpend a few
months in bis company and other friends whom
ehe longed to see, took passage la thu steamer and ar*
rival safe, flndlcg all.ber anticipations fully realized.
Welcomed and kindl* entertained by her brother
and Mends, nothing seemed present to mar the hap?
piness of thia family and friendly union. Bat this
pleasant condition of tblnga was destined to be of
short duration, for on tb* 5th of August Rho waa
S3ized with a violent attack of cholera morbus, and
after a few days suffering, ?hieb she bore with
Christian rafceoce and fortitude, termloated her
ruorui existence, thus verifying the holy admoni?
tion, that "in the midst ol life we are in death."
The bereaved husband having been advised of tbe
critical condition ot bis beloved companion, inime
dutely left by rail, bat arrived loo late to meet her
alive, and tho' was deprived of th? sad and la it con
ao'atton of bidding herbie last farewell
Oh, bow terrible the thought, were all things to
end here; bat no I lhere is an hereafter, where all
hope to receive the reward of a well-spent life In the
enjoyment of an everlasting bliss. Of thia wo have
the promise Crom Him who suffered death on tbe
Crostt for our redemption in the welcome invitation:
"Come ye blessed of my Father, Inherit the king?
dom prepared for yoi from the foundation of the
world." A Fit I END.
?-.MARENGO.-F EVER AND AGUE
CUBE, TONIO, FEVEB PREVENTIVE.-Tb? val?
uable preparation hau been in private use for many
years, and through the persuadion of friends, who
hare uced it with the most beneficial resalte, the
proprietor has been induced to offer it to tbe pub?
lic. It is warranted to cure CHILLS ANO FEVEB
of howevei long standing, removing tho cause and
entirely eradicating ils effects from the system. It
will POBIFT TBE BLOOP, strengthen the diges?
tive organs, induce an appetite, and restore the
patient to perfect health. It is a purely VEGETAOLE
preparation, und so harmless that children of all
ages may take lt with safety. Aa a tonic MARENGO
bas no superior, and for debility arising from the
effects or fe vor, or from other cause, is invaluable.
A few do-es is sufficient to satisfy the most in?
credulous sufferer of lu virtue and worth. All
who try one bottle of MAKENGO will be so much
pleased with its effect, that they will readily en?
dorse it, NO HUMBUG. For evidence of its effi?
cacy and valut*, refer to MARENGO circulars, which
contain certificates of wei? known and respectable
MARENGO is a genuine Southern preparation,
the proprietor and manufacturer b'lng a native and
reaident of Charleston, and it is fully guaras'-' ed lo
give complete and universal satisfaction.
NO HUMBUG. TBY lt.
For sale by all Druggist?, and by DO WIE i
MOISE, comer Meeting and Basel streets; GOOD
RICD, WISEMAN & CO., Hayne-street, and G. J.
LOHN, Druggist, Agent of Proprietor, comer of
King and Joh' reeta. Charleston, 8. C.
June 8 nae Smo
9S- A REGULAR HABIT OP BODY IS
absolutely essential to physical health and clearness
of intellect. Nor is this all. Beauty of person can?
not co-exist with an unnatural condit-on of tho bow?
els. A free passage of the refuse matter of the sys?
tem thrcugh thoso natural waste pipes is as neces?
sary to the purity of tho body as the free passage of
the offal of a city through ita sewers is necessary to
the health of its inhabitants.
Indigestion ii the primary cause of roost ol the
diseases of the discharging organs, and one of its
most common results ls constipation. This com?
plaint, besides b'lng danjerous iu itself, has many
disagreeable concomitants-such as an unpleasant
breath, a sallow suiu, contaminated blood and bile,
hemorrhoids, headache, IO^B of memory, and gene?
HOSIETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS remove all
these evils by removing their immediate eau-e in
the digestive organs, and regulating tho action of the
intestines Tb? combination of properties in thia
celebrated preparation is one of its chief merits. It
is not merely a stimulant, or a tonic, or an anti-bil?
ious a*ent, or a nerving or a blood d?purent, or a
cathartic, but all tbese curative elements judicious?
ly blended in one powerful restorative. It lends ac?
tivity and vigor lo the inert and enervated stomach,
relieve!) the alimentary canal of its obstructions, and
gives tone to the membrane which lines it, gently
stimulates the liver, brace) the nerves, aud cheeis
the animal spirits. No other remedy possesses such
a variety of hygienic virtues. It is to those charac
tenatlcs that it owes its prestige a? a household me?
t? icine. Experience has proved that it ls aa harr?
ies s aa it is efficacious, and hence it is as popular'
with the weaker eex as with the stronger.
HOSTETTER'3 STOMACH BITTERS is sold in.
bottles only, and the trade mark blown in the glass
and engraved on the label, with cur steel engraved
revenue stamp over the cork, is test of genuineness.
Beware of counterfeits. sac 6 August 29
.?.CONSIGNEES PEE STEAMSHIP OHAM
PION, from New York, ?re hereby notified that
she is Tars DAT discharging cargo at Adder's South
Wharf. AU goda remaining on the wharf at sunset
will be stored at expense and rlak of consignees.
.TAMES ADO EB ft CO.,
?I- EXECUTORS' FINAL NOTIOE.-KO
tice ls hereby given that on tie nnsr SAT OP
SXPTKKBXB ensuing, the undersigned will apply
to the Judge of Probate, of Charleston County, for a
Anti dis:harge as Executors of the Estate of the late
JOSEPH PATT AN I.
JAMES F. SLATTERY,
FBANCIS PO LIEGE,
Executors of Estate of J. Paitan!.
?" SOUTH CAROLINA, BEAUFORT
OOUNTY-IN EQUITY.-D. H. PL A TTS, ADMIN 13
TRATOB, Ta GABBIEX YAUN'.-HILL FOB IN?
JUNCTION.-Pursuant to an amended lecretal Or?
der of the Court of Equity in the above stated case,
the Crediton ot J. J. PLATTS, deceased, are called
on to prove their demands before me by the iran
BAT or NOVUDBB next. H. O. JUDD,
Beaufort. 8. C., August 28. C. 0. P.
ta- TAX NOTICE.-OFFICE OF CITY
TBKA9UBY, SEPTEM BBB, 1er, 1869.-The third and
last instalment of TAX OS RH! AL ESTATE for 1889 is
due, and payable during the present mon (h. -
Sept 1 8 City Treasurer.
93- THE SURGEON'S REPORTS SHOW
that oar armies have suffered greatly from chills
and fever, which ls induced by the miasma and
change of climate to which they are exposed. They
also find AYEU'3 AUUE CUBE is an effectual reme
dj for thia distemper, and are urging the govern?
ment to adopt it within the regulations. The Sur*
g eon-General heel ta tee, because it la put up in a pro?
prietary form. However great that convenience to
the public, he pr?f?ra the phyflclani ol the army
should give their own directions for the doses.
Whatever professional pride may dictate, he knows
as well as we do, that Dr. Ayer"a "Cure" is an almos t
perfect antidote for the Ague, and that the soldiers
should bave the benefit of lt, as well as the people
[Washington (D. C.) Correspondent.
Sept 1 BAO 1
??TTAXh?l TAXES 1-COL LETON
COUNTY.-The time for paying 8tate and County
Taxes wimont the additional twenty per cent, baa
been extended until the EIQHTZENTH DAT or SXP
TEKBxn. JAMBS W. GBACF,
August31 6 Treasurer C. C.
JO-OFFIJE SAVANNAH AND CHARLES?
TON BAILBOAD COMPANY, CHARLESTON, AU?
GUST 38,1869.-This Company ia now prepared lo
FUND THE INTEREST DUE, and to become due on
September 1,1869, on the Bonds of the CHARLES?
TON AND SAVANNAH BAILBOAD COMPANY, en?
dorsed by the State of South Carolina, according to
the provkiona of Section Third (Si; of aa Act to ena?
ble the Savannah and Charleston Railroad Company
io complete their Boad, which section reads as fol
SECTION 3. That the said Company ia hereby
further authorised and required to fund and redeem
the Coupons for interest of the Bonds of the
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Company, gua?
ranteed bv tho Stite, now past due, and that may
fall due on or oefore the first day of September,
1869. by issuing therefor an equal amount of their
Bonds, with Coupons attached, for interest, payable
semi-annually, at the rato of seven i er cent per
annum, and the principal to boee me due in twenty
years after the date thereof. And tht payment of
said Bonds so t > be issued in substitution for inter?
est Coucona shall be guaranteed by the State in tho
aame manner and as rally as the said original Bonds
ot the Charleston and Savannah Railroad Company
aro now guaranteed; aubjec', however, to the provi?
sions of section 6 or this Act
The Treasurer of thc Company will FUND DAILY,
between the boors of Nine and Two o 'clock, at the
Office of Messrs. CAMPBELL ft SEABROOK, No.
SO rroad-street S. W. FISHES,
AugustSO mwf Secretary ard Treasurer.
??FLOUR, CORN, HAY, &c-MESSRS.
JOHN CA M Ps EN ft CO. have opened a Branch to
their Market-street Flouring Mills at the corner of
East Bay and North Atlantic Wharf. The Store ls
large and commodious, an i having secured a full
stock of the various cereals, they are prepared to fur?
nish their customers with Grains at the lowest mar
ket rates. 3, eow24 September 24
??MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENTS 8?F
FERINO from Diseases partaioing to the Qenito
Urinary Organs, will receive the latest scientific
treatment, by placing themselves under the care of J
Dr, T. BEENT8JEBNA, Office No. 74 HABEL
8Tb EET, three doors east from tho Poatofflco.
August 25 W8
?-STATE AND COUNTY TAXES-OF?
FICE OF COUNTY TBEAbUBEB, CHARLESTON
COUNTY, FIREPBOOF BUILDING. AUGUST 9TH,
1869.-NoUce ia hereby given that thu office is now
open for the BECEIPT OF THE STATE AND
COUNTY TAXES for the year 1869.
Taxes not paid on or before the twenty-third (23d)
day of h'eptembei, 1869, are liable to a pena'ty or 20
All taxes remaining unpiid on thc fourteenth
(14thi day ol December, 1869, ara liable to collection
by distress or otherwise, with an additional penalty
ol five |S) per cent, for collection thereof.
The total rate of levies for State purposee ls seven
and a half (7X) mills on the dollar.
Tbe total rate lor County purposes is threj (3)
millson the dollar.
An astestmect on the General Tax of each Tax?
payer in the City of Charleston, lor Free Schools, is
fifteen (16. per cent on the amount ol said tax.
The State Taxes are p lyable tn Billa Bec elvable of
thc Slate, U-ilted State* Currency,- National Bank
Notes, Gold abd Si.ver Coin.
In sddidon to the above, Coupons dated since 1st
July, 1867, from certain Sta'e Bondi, will also be re?
ceivable in payment of Ihe State Taxes, vis :
1. Six per cent. Bondd, issued by tho State, under
an act of 1854, in aid of the Blue Bidge Bailroad.
2. Six per cent Bonds issued by the State, under
the acts of 1863 and 1855, for ibe construction of the
new Statehouse, and six per cent. Bonds itsued by
the State, under the acta of September and Decem
ber, 136G, for funding tho past due principal and in?
terest on the State debt.
All Coupons that have acciued on Bonds denoted
1st and 2d, on or before lat July, 1867, arc fundable
under thc acts referred to above of September and
December, 1866, and are not receivable fur tax ea.
The County Taxes are payable in United States
Currency. FLEETWOOD LANNEAU.
Treasurer of Charleston County.
August 16 auirlO, septl, 15
?-PRETIY WOMEN.-A COMPARATIVE?
LY lew ladies monopolize the beauty as well as tbe
attention of society. This ought not to bc so, but it
ie, and will be while men aie foolish and single out
pretty tace-i tor companions.
This can all bo changed by using HAGAN'S MAG?
NOLIA BALM, which gives the bloom of youth and
a refined sparkling beauty to thc complexion, pleas?
ing, powerful and natural.
No lady need complain of a red, tanned, freckled
or rustic complexion who will invest 75 cents in Ha?
gan's Magnolia Balm. DB effects are truly wonder
To preserve and dress the Hair use Lyon's Ka
thairou. nae wfmlmo August 25
jay BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
splendid Hair Dye is the best in the world; the only
true and perfect D;e; harmless, reliable, lnstanta
neons; no disappointment; no ridiculous tints; rem?
edies the ill effects of bad dyes; Invigorates and
leaves the bair soft and beautiful black or brown,
.-old ly all Druggists and Perfumers; and properly
applied at Bachelor's WiK Factory, No. - Bond
street, New York. lyr May 15
49* THBEE MONTHS APTER DATE,
application will be made for renewal of Certificates
of the following STOCK, Tlx: S Shares, Ne. 1026, In
People's Bank; 5 Shares, No. 939, in People's Bank;
also, 1 Share of each of the following numbers in
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank, Tlx: Nos. 12,382,
15,756 15.769 to 15,780 inclusive.
?O' MANHOOD.-A MEDICAL ESSAY ON
THE CAUSE AND CUBE OF PREMATURE DE?
CLINE IN MAN, the treatment of Nervous and
Ph) steal Debility, ?c.
"There ia no member of socle tv by whom this
book wUl not be found useful, whether such person
holds the relation of Parent, Preceptor or Clergy?
man."- Medical Time? and Gcuetu.
Bent by mail on receipt of fifty cents. Address
tte Author, Dr. E. DEF. CURTIS,
Sept 1_lyr_Washington. D. C.
49" FANC? AND FASHION NEED NOT
be ashamed to mw MILK OF VIOLETS, as it bu
been awarded the highest prias in the Court of Beau?
ty, and esteemed the perfection of true loveliness by
the ladles everywhere. Sold by Druggists and facey
goods rtealers. V. W. BRINCK EH E OFF, New York,
Bole Agent for the United 8Utes. 1 Sept 1
NOTICE.-I, THERESA SONNTAG, WIFE
OF OTTO SONNTAG, Dyer and Scourer, residing at
No. 141 Market-street, south ?ide, do hereby give
notice that J will cari y on business aa a Sole Trader
In one month from the date hereof.
August 25 Imo THERESA SONNTAG.
49" EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.-ALL PER?
SONS having demands against the Estate of PAUL
D. REULKY, late of Christ Church Parish, will pre
sent the same legally attested to JOHN E. RIVERS,
Esq., Attorney at Law, athis office, No. 1 Courthouse
Square, on or before the mm DAT or NOTXHBSB
next, or they will be debarred payment; and those
indebted to said Estate will make immediate pay?
ment to the same. 0. E. HUGHES, Executor.
July 20 1, aug 2-16. sept 1-16, oct 1-15. nov 1
49" A CARD-SOUTHERN LIFE INSUR?
ANCE COMPANY, ATLANTA DEPARTMENT.
To the PeopU of South Carolina:
The above Company was organ zed in 1866, in
consequence of the wholesale forfeiture of Boothera
policies by Northern companies. The unparalleled
success of the enterprise has forced several of these
companies to restore their Southern policies, from
the fact that they could not operate in our midst
without the appearance of honesty.
We keep all our money at home to build up our
impoverished country-every dollar of premium
being safely invested in the State from which it is de?
rived. The institution ls purely Southern. And hence
should appeal with great force to the patriotism and
and sympathy of every Southern heart
'Tis not our purpose to make war on other com?
panies, but to exhibit the special advantages offered
by this purely Southern Company-founded on
patrtoUim and solid wealth. Its ratio of assets to
liabilities-the true test of a company's strength-Is
second to none on this continent, being nearly $300
to tl 00.
Whenever and wherever we have presented the
claims of this Company, it has not only enlisted the
sympathies of our people, but bu also secured their
hearty co-operation. We have secured 600 policies
in South Carolina since the 10th of February. We
number among our Directors General Wade Hamp?
ton and colonel Wm. Johnston, gentlemen weU
known to every citizen of South Carolina. We ap?
peal personally to the people of South Carolina to
assist in pashiog forward this deservedly popular
Southern institution. J. H. MILLER,
General Agent Southern Life Insurance Company,
,No. 23 Broad-street. Augusta, Ga.
a Y. TUPPEB,
Agent, Charleston, 8. C.
H. W. DESA?SS?RE. M. D.,
We elie erf ally recommend the above Company to
the patronage of the citizens of South Carolina.
Columbia, 8 C.-J. S. Preston, J. P. Carroll, C. D.
Melton. 8. W. Melton, J. D. Pope.
Camden_J. B. Kershaw, Wm. M. Shannon, W. E.
Sumter.-John B. Moore. <k
Wlnnsboro'.-W. R. Robertson, J. B. McCants,
James H Rion.
YorkviUe.-W. B. Wilson, A. Coward, James Ma?
son, I. D. Witherspoon, J. R. Bratton, J. T. Lowry,
B. G. Mccaw.
Anderson.-J. L. Orr.
Barnwell.-Jos. A. Lawton, James Patterson, John?
Clarendon.-Jno. I.. Manning, T. C. Richardton,
BETEBENCES IN CHARLESTON.
General JAME ? CONNER, Messrs. PELZEH,
RODGERS & CO , JAMES H. WILSON, Esq., tt'iO.
H. WALTER, Esq., LEWIS D. MOWRY, Esq.
August 19 2mos
49-THE NEATEST, THE QUICKEST AND
THE CHEAPEST.-THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 EAST BAY, having replenished its Stock with a
new and large assortment of material of the finest
quality and latest styles, is prepared to ezecuie, at
the shortest notice and in the bes: manner, JOB
PBfNTING of every description.
CaU and examine the scale of prices before fifing
your orders elsewhere.
49- SOLOMON'8 BI rTEB8.-THIS PRE?
PARATION, compounded by one of our oldest and
most esteemed diugglsts, bu, during the short tune
In which it has been offered to the public, attained
a reputation which hu almost entirely driven out of
market the various tonics and stimulants which, for
a few mon'he, by exorbitant puffing and heavy ad?
vertising, succeeded in building a profitable busi?
ness for their projector*.
Solomon's Bitters are not of the flashy style, de?
pending upon large advertising, bought puffs and
fictitious recommendations for a ule to a gullible
public. Their composition is weU known to and ap?
proved by many of our best physician?, and the pro?
prietors depend upon tbe intrinsic merita of their
medicine to make it u popular as it is curative.
They do net pretend to offer a medicinal prepara?
tion that will cure all the ills that flesh is hear to,
but they do contend that tho judicious use of these
Bitters will greatly alleviate human suffering, and
bring very many to a state of comparative health
who have long been strangers to that grear blessing.
One good genuine recommendation of any pro?
fessed curative is worth dozens or hundreds of
bought certificates, and the Messrs. SOLOMONS
have only published a few out of the hundreds of un
so'icited testimonies which the have received. We
this morning give a copy of a lotter from Hon. ALI X.
H. STEPHENS, whose peculiarly enfeebled condition
for the past six months has been known to the whole
country. His few earnest words will go much fur?
ther to confirm the good opinion already existing as
to the beneficial qualities of this medicine than
would columns of stereotyped recommendations
from unknown parties:
LIBEHTI HALL, 1
CHA WT JRD3VILLE, GA , August 14,1809.1
Mtssrs. A. A. Solomons di Co , Druggists, Savannah,
GENTLEMEN-Please send me half a dozen bottles
of your Bitters. I have been using them lately
upon the recommendation of a friend, with decided
benefit, in giving tone to the digestive organs and
general strength to my astern. Send by Express,
with valuo endorsed, C. O. D.
(Mgned) ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS.
August 24 _Imo
J99- PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE.-A
NEW COURSE OF LECTURES, as delivered at the
New York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub?
jects : How to Live and What to Live for ; Youth,
Maturity and Old Age ; Manhood general review?
ed ; the Cause ot Indigestion ; Flatulence and Ner?
vous Diseases accounted for ; Marriage Philosophi?
cally Considered, Ac. These Lectures will be for?
warded on receipt of four stamps, by addressing :
SECRETARY BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF AN KIO
MY, No. 74 We? Baltimore-Btreet, Baltimore, Md.
BOSTON AND CHARLESION LINE-FIRST
THE BRIG JOSI A. DEVERBAUX,
CLABX Mister, naring two-thirds por?o?
of cargo engaged, will receive balance 1?
Apply to MOSES GOLOSH ITH it SON.
FOR NEW YORK-M E KC H A N T'S
THE REGULAS PAOXET SCHOONER
LILLY, B?OHEJ Master, having nearly aD
' Ber cargo engaged, will receive balance and
August 30_WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
EXCURSIONS TO ALI, POINTS OF IB.
TERESX AROUND TBE HABBOB.
THE YACHT ELEANOR WILL NOW BB
"SUME her trips to all points in the harbor
Apply to A. A. GOLDSMITH, 5
At M. Goldsmith tito's, .
Or to THOMAS YOUNG, Captain, on boaidT^
Angnst 10 _
THE EINE EAST SAILING YACBX
ELLA ANNA, the Champion of the Sooth,
, ls now ready and prepared to make regala*
i trips, thus affording an opportunity to all
who may wish to visit points of interest In oar bfcam
For passage, apply to the Captain on Union Wharf.
FOR PHILADELPHIA AND EUSTON.
, THE STEAMSHIP PBOMETHEV
'US, Captain A. B. GBAT, will kara
Norfs Atlantic Wharf, on THUESDAT,.
-?2d instant, at 1 o'clock P. M.
For Freight apply to
Septl_JOHN A THRO. GETTY.
BALTIMORE AND CHARLKSTUI
, 'THE STEAMSHIP TALOON.
[Captain HOESET, will sail for Balli,
more on F RID?T, 3d September, at
-.half-past A o'clock P. M., from
Pier No.-1, Union wharves.
ta- Through Bills Lading signed for all classes of
Freight to BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA, WILMING?
TON, DEL., WASHINGTON CITY, and the NORTH?
For Freight or passage, apply to
COURTENAY k TRENHOLM,
Angnst 81_4_Union Wharves,
NEW YORK. AND CHAHLB8TOI
FOR N E W YORK.
CABIN PASSAGE 190.
TBE SPLENDID SIDE-WHEKL.
[STEAMSHIP CHAMPION. B. W"
LOCKWOOD, Commander, will sett
from A tiger's couth Wharf on SAT
C ED AT, September 4th, at 6 o'clock, P. M.
tST An extra charge of IS made for Tickets pur?
chased on board after sailing.
4ST No Bills cf Lading signed after the steamer
?-Through Bills Lading given for Cotton to
Boston and Providence. B. I.
ta- Through Bills of Lading given to Liverpool,
tar Marine Insurance by this lise % per cent
ta~ The Steamers ot thia Une are first class ia
every respect, and their Tables are tupplied with all
the delicacies of the New York and Charleston mar?
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMES AUGER k CO.. Agents,
Corner Adger's Wharf and East Bay (Up-ptairs.)
49" The Steamship CHARLESTON will follow and
rail on TUEADAT, September 7, at hBT-patt 7 o' >'ock
FOR NEW YORK.
.REO ULAR LINE EVER Y WEDNEEDA Y.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
' S A BAG038A, Captain C. Binn,
will leave Ytnderborst'a Wharf on
? WEDHESOII, September 1.1889, at 1
O'clock P. M. RAVEN EL k CO..
PACIFIC HAIL STEAMSHIP CGHFY'S
THROUGH LIV* TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
QB A NOE OP SAILING DATS!
STEAMERS OF THE ASOV
Une leave Pier No. 42, North River*
foot of Canal-street, New York, at
12 o'clock noon, of the 1st, Utb and
21st of every month (except when these dates fall
enSunday, then the Saturday preceding;.
Departure of lat and 21at connect at Panama wit?
steamers for South Pacific and Central American
ports. Those of 1st tench at Manzanillo.
Departure of 11th ot each month connects with
the new il earn line from Panama to Australia and
Steamship CHINA leaves San Erara?co for Chin?
?nd Japan October 4. 13691
No California steamers touch at Havana, bat gc
direct from New York to AspInwaQ.
Ons hundred pounds baggage free to each adan*
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or farther Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OtfFIGE, on tbs wbai?
foot of Canal-atreet, North River, New York.
March 12_lyr_F. H. BABY, Agent.
FOR GEORGETOWN, 8. C.
THE STEAMER EMILIE, (HAV
_??LNG been unavoidably detained) win
leave as above on THWESDAX MOEKLNO, the 3d inst.
Freight will be received 1 BIS DAT at South Commer?
SHACKELFORD A KELLY, Agents,
Septl_1_No. 1 Boyce'a Wharf.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
FOR PA LAT lt A, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH. FERNANDINA AND JACESfl
TBE ELEGANT AND FIRST-CLASS
! STEAMER DICTATOR, Captai?
W. T. MoNriTT. will sall from Charleston every
TcrsPAT Evxirnto, at Nine o'clock, lor the abott
Connecting with the Central Railroad at Savannar
for Mobile and New Orleans, and with the Florid?
Railroad at Fernandina for Cedar Keys, at whlot
point si earners connect with New Orleans, Mobile.
Pensacola, Key Went and Havana.
Through Bills Lading signed to New Orleans and
All freight payable on the wharf.
Goods not removed st sunset will be stored at ri*
and expense of owners.
J. D. AIKEN k CO., Agents.
May 27 mw Routh Atlantic Whari.
FOR BEAUFORT, KDISTO AND ROCK?
?s THESTEAMER PILOT BOY,
?ZCaptain FENN Paca, wi? leave for the
above points on THTCVDAT MOBBXHO, at 8 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Beaufort FBIDAT MOEirnto, at.
For Freight or Pastacre. apply to the
OFFICE OF THE AGENCY,
August 31 2 Accommodation Wharf.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL SISEASES 07 TEX
STOMACH AND LITER.
TEXT ARE RECOMMENDED BT TBE
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YORE.
Manufactured by C. F. P?NKNIN/.
CHBtlST ?NS AP0TSXCAS7,
49?For Salo by Druggist* Everywhere.%^
Februaiy 15 _mwflyT
O L O G N E ,
SUPERIOR TO THE REST IMPORTED CO?
LOGNE WATER, manufactured and sold wholesale
and retail by Dr. H BARR,
June 21 . No, 131 Meeting atreefc. _