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VOLUME IX.-NUMBER 1335. CHARLESTON, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1870. _ SIX DOLLARS A YEAR.
WASHINGTON.
[FROM THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.]
WASHINGTON, April l
General Order 35, Fifth Military District,
makes Texas a separate military department,
Headquarters at Austin, Reynolds commanding.
The Department of Louisiana ceases, and Loulsl
ana is added to the Department of Texas, and
Arkansas to Missouri. Thc new Department of
Texas will be part of the Military Division of the
South. Troops now in Arkansas will bc relieved,
and report to ReynoMs, commanding Texas.
General Young, of Georgia, was on the floor of
the Senate yesterday and to-day, nrging the
passage of the Georgia bill as it came from thc
House. Young apprehended that thc seating of
Ames, with the votes of the Texas senators, will
defeat Bingham's amendment. . .
Revenue seven hundred and eighty-eight thous?
and dollars.
Governor Reed, of Florida, is here.
The President has given Butler, as President
of thc Asylum for disabled soldiers, two West
Point and one Annapolis appointments.
*Evarts argued against McCallahan beiore the
House Judiciary Committee to-day.
The Ways and Means Committee have placed
seed cane on thc free list.
Benj. Perley Poore is prominent as successor of
Gorham for secretary of the Senate.
The revenue yacht jnst built in New York, has
been ordered to report to Collector Robb for dnty
on the Savannah River.
In thc case of Boachinot, in the Ch?rokce Na?
tion, charged with violation of thc Internal reve?
nue laws, the House Judiciary Committee revers?
ed the decision or Commissioner Delano, and de?
clare that hts action cannot fall to lead to much
embarrassment to legitimate business and enter?
prise, and much discontent among the Cherokee
Indians.
. In the Supreme Court Chief Justice Chase an?
nounced that the court decided to reopen thc de
cisi?n on the legal-tender question, and would
hear arguments again on the second Monday of
April, the llth Instant.
The debt statement shows a decrease of five
and three quarter millions. Coln in the Treasury
one hundred and five and a half millions j currency
seven and a half millions.
The President in responding to a negro club
serenade, said: "I can assure those present, that
no consummation since the close of the war af?
fords me som nch pleasure as the ratification of
the Fifteenth amendment to thc constitution by
three-fourth s of the States of the Union. I have
reit the greatest anxiety ever since I was called
. to this house, to know that this was to be secured.
It looked like thc realization of the Declaration of
Independence. I cannot say mnch on this sub?
ject as I Tould like, as I am not accustomed to
public speaking, but I thank you for your pre?
sence this evening."
damner also addressed the meeting.
FuUer's statement regarding the Legal-tender
question was argued In the Supreme Court to?
day. The Chief Justice announced the order
that, on consideration of the Attorncy-Ccneral
of the argument thereon, the cases of Lattimer
against the United States and the Legal-tender
cases would be set down for hearing on all the
questions presented in thc records on thc second
Monday in April of the present term. From this
order of the Chief Justice Mr. Justice Clblord and
Mr. Justice Fields dissented.
SENAT?.
O. B. Hart contests Gilbert's seat as senator
from Florida. The papers were referred to the
Judiciary Committee.
The resolution of the California Legislature, In
favor of thc abolition of the income tax, was pre?
sented.
The case of Ames was resumed, and he was
seated by a vote of forty to twelve.
Morton gave notice that he would call up thc
resolution regarding the Oneida tragedy on Mon
day.
Morton introduced a bill .or enforcing thc Fif?
teenth amendment and prescribing penalties.
The first section reads: "That ir any person
shall prevent, hinder, control or intimidate, or
shall attempt t J prevent, hinder, control or lu
timidatc any person from exercising thc right of
suffrage, to whom the right of suffrage is secured
or guaranteed by the Fifteenth amendment to the
Constitution of the United States, by means
ot bribery, threats, or threats of depriving
sach person of employment or occupation, or
of ejecting such person from a rented honse,
lands, or other property, or by threats or refusing
to renew leases, or contracts for labor, or by
threats of violence to himself or family, such per
soojso offending shall bc deemed guilty of a mis?
demeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall bc
imprisoned for not less than sixty days, nor more
than six months, and fined (u any sum not less
than five hundred dollars, nor more than one
thousand dollars." The third section gives thc
United States Jurisdiction over such cases. The
Senate adjourned to Monday.
ItOCSB.
The morning hour was devoted to private bills.
Thc tariff was resumed and the debate will be
continued to-night.
The bill authorizing the return of Thomas Jeffer?
son's papers to. lils executors was passed and
goes to thc President.
Tlie bill authorizing a bridge between Philadel?
phia and Camden was passed and goes to the
President. " .
TBE FIFTE??T? AM?N?MEST.
MESSAGE OF THE PrtBSIDBNf IN FULL.
Proclamation oft ht Secretary of State.
ALL POLITICAL DISTINCTIONS ON ACCOUNT
OF COLOR ABOLISHED.
Thc following is thc message sent by Presi?
dent Grant to Congress on Thursday, accompany?
ing the proclamation of the Secretary of State,
publishing the ratification of the Fifteenth amend?
ment to the constitution by twenty-nine States:
Message of thc President.
To u&Scnatc ant House of Representatives :
It is unusual to notify the two houses of Con?
gress, by message, of thc promulgation by pro?
clamation of thcSccretary or State of thc ratifi?
cation of a constitutional amendment. In view,
however, of thc vast Importance of the Fifteenth
amendment or the constitution, this day declared
a part of that revered instrument, I deem a de?
parture from thc usual custom justifiable. A
measure which makes at once four millions or
people voters, who were heretofore declared by
thc highest tribunal in thc laud not citizens or
thc United States, nor eligible to become so. (with
the assertion that "at thc time of thc Declaration
of Independence thc opinion was lixed and uni?
versal tn thc civilized portion of thc white race,
regarded as an axiom in morals as ivell as in poli?
tics, that black mea had no rights which white
men were bound to respect,") is indeed a meas?
ure of grander importance than any other < ne
act of thc kind, from thelfoundallon of our free
government to the orcscnttlmc.
Institutions like oure, tn which all power ls de
rived directly rrom the people, must depend
. mainly upon their Intelligence, patriotism and
indnstry. T call the attention, therefore, of the
newly enfranchised race to thc importance of
their striving, in every honorable mannor, to
make themselves worthy of their new privilege.
To the race more favored heretofore by our laws
I would say, withhold no lena! privilege of ad?
vancement to the new citizen. The framers id
our constitution firmly believed that a republi?
can form of government conld not endure with?
out intelligence and education generally diffused
among the people. The "Father of his Country,"
in his Farewell AdJrcSs, ases this language :
"Promote, then, as a matter or primary impor?
tance, institutions for the general diffaslon or
knowledge. In proportion as the structure of
government gives force to pnblic opinion, It is es
sentlal that public opinion should bc enlightened."
In his flrst annual message to Congress, tue
same views were rorclbly presented, and arc
?iznin urged in his eighth massage.
I repeat, that tho adoption of thc Pirieenth
amendment :o the constitution completes thc
crealsst civil change, and constitutes the most
imncWant event that has occurred since thc
nation aime into lire. The change will bc bene
fcinl Lr proportion to thc heed that 13 given to thc
urgent recommendations or Washington. If
these recommendations were Important then,
with a population of but a few millions, how
much more Important now, with a population of
forty millions, and increasing in a rapid ratio.
I would, therefore, call upon Congress io take
all the means within their constitutional powera
to promote ana encourage popular education
throughout the country, and upon the peoplo
everywhere to see to lt that all who possess and
exercise political rights shall have the opportuni?
ty to acquire the knowledge which will make
their share in the government a blessing, and not
a danger. By such means only can the benefits
contemplated by this amendment to the constitu?
tion be secured. U. S. GRANT.
Executive Mansion, March SO, 1S70.
Proclamation .
HAMILTON FISH, SECRETARY OF STATE OF THE
UNITED STATES.
To all whom th'se presents may come, greeting :
Know ye. that thc Congress of the United States,
on or about the27th day of February, in the year
of 1869, passed a resolution In the words, io
wit:
"A RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to
thc Constitution or the United States.
"Rcsolvtd by the Senate aud House or Repre?
sentatives of thc United States of America In
Congress assembled, (two-thirds of both houses
concurring,) That the following article be pro?
posed to the Legislatures of the several States OR
?n amendment to the Constitution of thc United
States, which, when ratified bv. three fourths
of said Legislatures, shall be valid as a part of the
Constitution, namely :
"ARTICLE XV.-SECTION 1. The right or citizens
or the United States to v .ito shall not bc denied or
abridged by thc United States or by any State on
account of race, color, or previous condition of
servitude.
"SECTION 2. The Congress shall have power to
enforce this article by appropriate legislation."
And further, that it appears from official docu?
ments on file in this depart ruent that the amend?
ment to thc Constitution of the United Suites,
proposed as aforesaid, has been ratified by the
Legislatures of the states of North Carolina, West
Virginia, Massachusetts, Wisconsiu, Maine,
Louisiana, Michigan, South Carolina. Pennsyl?
vania. Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois,
Indiana, New York, New Hampshire, Nevada,
Vermont, Virginia. Alabama, Missouri, Missis?
sippi, Ohio. Iowa, Kansas, Minncs-da. Rhode ls
land, Nebraska anti Texas, lu all twenty-nine
States.
And farther, that thc States whose Legislatures
have so ratified thc said proposed amendment
constitute three-fourths of the whole number of
States In the United States.
And farther, that it appears from the official
document on file in this department that thc Le?
gislature of the State or New York has since pass?
ed resolutions claiming to withdraw the said rati?
fication or thc said amendment which had been
made by thc Legislature or that State, and or
which official notice had been flied In this depart?
ment.
And further, that lt appears from an official
document on tile in this department that thc Le?
gislature nf Georgia has, by resolution, ratified
thc said proposed amendment.
Now, tuerefore, be it known, that I, Hamilton
Fish, Secretary or State or the United States, by
virtue and In pursuance or the second section or
the act or Congress, approved the 20th day or
April, In the year 1818, entitled "An act to pro?
vide for the publication of thc laws or the United
States, and Tor otircrpurposes," do hereby certify
that the amendment aforesaid has become valid
to all intents ami purposes, os part of the Con?
stitution or thc United States.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand, and caused the seal of the Department of
Stute to he affixed.
Done at the City of Washington, this thirtieth
day or March, in the year or our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and seventy, and or
the Independence or the United States thc
ninety-fourth. HAMILTON FISU.
EUROPE.
Change : i: tl? i- Spanish Cabinet.
MADRID, April l.
There was a sharp discussion this alternoon
between Seno.1 Robledo, deputy from Porto Rico,
and Senor M. Kccerra, minister or (he colonies,
wherein thc hon.ir or the first named ger tleman
was called in question. An exciting scene en?
sued, which was followed by the withdrawal of
I'eccrra from the Cabinet. Thc resignation of Rc
;erra having been accepted, Morct, recently
jonnectcd with thc navy department, has been
?ppolntcd mlniiiter or thc coloides.
DlKaflTvctlou In Ireland.
LONDON, April l.
Thc discontent iu Ireland seems increasing.
Thc evening papers publish a long list of out?
rages. A" Protestant church at Eatterent, Cork
County. ?vas nearly destroyed. Thc movement
}f emigrants to the United States is largely In.
creased.
Pari? r.'cws and Gossip.
PARIS, April 1.
Bonaparte has gone to America. His family go
:o Switzerland.
The medic.il students have again refused to
lear Fardiea. There was much disorder, but the
milco did not interfere.
Charles Hugo, thc editor or thc Rappel, has been
sentenced to six months1 imprisonment and 3000
tancs fine. Thc managing editor or thc Rappel
ios been scnteuced to three months' imprison
nent and 2000 rraucs flue, ror violation or thc
>ress laws.
Thc Pope and thc Armenian!).
ROME, April 1.
It is said that the Papal Court refuses All
'asha's overtures in favor of thc Armenians.
THE RICHMOND MUDDLE.
RtcuMOND, April i.
This orening tue difficulty of the Mayoralty was
aken into thc State Courts by Ellyson. and Judge
Telford of the Circuit Coartsrantot! a mandamus
n;l (ssned an injunction restraining Ctulioon
rom excreting the dillies of Mayor. The city la
aiet, EHyson ?nd Cliahoon each acting as Mayor,
taboon demands possession or thc city Bau,
ud Ellyson retases it. Tjfc f8*?*! troops stand
!oof.
MO J: LAW IN LOUISIANA.
MONROE, April 1.
J. K. Wittier, sheriff of Ouachlta Parish,
ros murdered here last night by a pirty of fifteen
r twenty armed men, who came for thc purpose
f releasing Beaver, who was In custody for mar?
ier. The mob also killed Offut Johnson, colored,
rho was witness against Heaver. After relcas
ng Beaver, Hie mob barred thc jail to prevent
he escape of other prisoners and retired. John
Vimbcrly was killed yesterday In a difficulty
nth D. Dinkgravc.
A SHOOTING SCRAPE.
Pn IL ADELPH! A, April 1.
A constable, attempting to serve a writ on n
olored man, was struck on thc head with a brick,
lie colored man. armed with a knife, attempted
o escape. Thc constabic fired, killing a byst?nd
r, and, escaping from an infuriated crowd, took
efuge in thc jail, where he awaits the result of
he coroner's inquest.
SPARKS PROM THE WIRES.
Lynch Ring, thc leader ol thc riot on the
teamer Dubuque last fall, was arrested in Arkun
as, and brought to Cincinnati yesterday. He
rill be taken to Little Rock for trial.
The Western rivers are rising rapidly from con
inued min.
? special from Tuscaloosa to the Salina Times
cports Ryland Randolph and a man named
in?til, exoil ingert several shots lu thc hotel of
hat town, -wounding each other and killing a
ystander. lt appears Randolph acted on the
le fen cc.
The Motarle spring races commences to day.
Thc Jefferson City fire department had their
ost annual celebration yesterday, under thc old
>rder. Henceforth Jefferson City will bc the
ilxthdistrict of New Orleans.
Thc Eighth District Court of New Orleans has
saned an Injunction preventing Council rroin
selling city stock. The Jackson Railroad has also
Interdicted thc sale of water work?.
Thc. directors of the Philadelphia Academy cf
Music have rernsecl to grant n lease of thc hall for
a lecture by Revels, the colored senator from
Mississippi.
The registration of negroes ccmnun-cd yester?
day iii Maryland.
TUE WAE IN CUBA.
Important Proclamation of thc Cap?
tain-General to thc Insurgents.
HAT AKA, March 20.
Captain-General DeRodas, on his arrival at
Tuerto Principe, issued a proclamation, in thc
couse of which he addressed the insurgents os
follows :
"I know most of you have been drawn Into re?
bellion by force or fraud. Who are your chiefs?
Where ls your promised liberty ? You were told
that Spain could not spare soldiers for Cuba, and
that those soldiers th'rsted for blood who now
divide their dally rations with the women and
children you have left behind. Such falsehoods
can only be temporarily effective.
"The Eastern Department and the Cinco Villas
District are returning to peace; and while terror
deprives you of your repose, the WeBtern Depart?
ment enjoys security an;! tranquillity, and the
public weirare, credit and true liberality in?
creases. The troops no longer needed in those
districts will come to the mountains of the Cen?
tral Department, and a war, of which up to the
present time yon have had no idea, will begin.
"I call on none of you for help, for I need none.
Thc clemency of roy predecessor was interpreted
as weakness, and 1 do not incline to imitate
them. But at the same time, although you are
rebels to-day, 1 do not seek your lives, and advise
you to submit In time to save yourselves; for as
soon as operations have commenced in this East?
ern Department they will be prosecuted with
energy, let the end be what it may.
"All those who surrender their arms to any
legitimate authority will be well received and
their lives are hereby guaranteed. But from thc
benefits of this offer your principal leaders and
thc officers of thc so-called Cuban Government
are excluded,''
One of the first acts of thc Captain-General was
to pardon a man sentenced to death.
THE ELA S TINO INTEREST.
Condition and Prospects of thc Crops.
Thc Rural Carolinian for April makes the
following abstract of the reports furnished by its
agricultural correspondent in this section of the
South :
THE SEASON.
1. That thc season throughout thc South has
been buckward, and in many parts of the coun?
try very wet.
SMALL (.?1! A IN CHOPS.
2. Wheat, rye, oats, ic, are generally reported
as looking well, but our returns ou this point ure
too meagre to bc of much value.
AC KRACK TLAKTED.
3. Thc area planted and in preparation for
planting is iibout t- c same as last year, cn an
average, In corn and colton, so far ns can be
judged from paseal returns, but more In thu
small grains.
ru El'A KATION OF TnE SOIL.
4. Herc there is undoubted cause to congratu?
late thc country, and draw hope and encourage,
ment, for Southern agriculture. Our corrcsoon
dents almost universally reporta more thorough
preparation of the soi; for tho coming crop Ulan
for any previous one. though somewhat back?
ward on account of unfavorable weather. Deep
ploughing and sub-soiling are decidedly on the
increase, as ls thc usc of Improved Implements.
CONCENTRATED FEIITILIZERS.
5. Thc usc of commercial manures ls reported
almost universally as Increased largely over last
year, especially in South Carollua and Georgia.
LABOR.
C. In regard to thc proportion of freedmen un?
der contruct, or actually employed, as compared
with la?t vcar, our reports do not enable us tu
judge; but there ls probably decrease In numbers,
with a somewhat increasing cmcleucy. Immi?
grant labor ls Increasing slowly. . _
MATTERS IN GEORGIA.
Thc colored people of Forsyth are luxuriating
in thc possession of a billiard table.
Thc ?savannah fishermen have this season ship?
ped "5,000 white shad, most of them to the North.
A negro girl was bumed to death at Harlen on
Monday night. The mot her had gone to sclioul
and locked it up in thc kitchen.
The Mayor of Port Gaines does things on a new
principle. He wanted to adjourn a session of the
Council Hie other day, and he just knocked a
couple of Aldermen and thc clerk under the table.
The others adjourned before he not round.
Two Germans had a race in Columbus Monday
for $10. Kegs.of lager were placed at convenient
d stances to make the head light, and thus thc
racers would have less to carry. Each bore, as
his colors, a tin quart cup.
The Catholic ccngregatlon of Columbus have
determined to bnild a larger and more beautiful
church cdiilcc than the one they now have. They
will soon have the requisite fuuds for that pur?
pose.
The Constitution announces the arrest, on
Tuesday, Uj Terry's soldiers, of Mr. John Ste?
phens, a worthy citizen and upright merchant of
Atlanta, charged with uo crime, but simply to
extort from him supposed knowledge of au of?
fence committed by other panics.
Thc Augusta papers announce thc death rof
ntioilicr old and esteemed citizen, Benjamin
Holmes Warren, in thc seventy-fourth year of his
ige, thc head of the National Bank of Augusta.
The deceased was long and completely Indentlfled
is a merchant with the history or ?nat city, A
native or Mecklenburg County. North Carollua he
removed to Georgia ut the carly agc of sixteen.
The Aligns'a Constitutionalist of yesterday
says: "On Wednesday night about 9 o'clock, two
rvhlte men, Flunk and Samuel New, and two
?right mulattoes. Governor and Weston New,
?ailing from Abbeville, S. C. of thc same pater
jal source, went on a shoplifting excursion in
he city. They succeeded in gathering a hoc and
tn axe in the hardware line, the latter Implement
uipposed to have been captured at tin; store of
Hessrs. O'Uowd A M'lllierin. Their next move
nent was upon the boot natl shoe cstaulish
uent or Mr. E. K_ Rowley, where thev' obtained a
mmclSOf pair of shoes. In this then they wir?
letecied, and alienated to escape the con
iequenccs hy running. They were, however,
)verhau!ed by thc policy and furnished quarters
n tile gll&hlhonse for thc night. Yesterday
norning thev were arraigned for trial before
lustice Ells." After Investigation, one of the
irhlte men, Samuel New, was dismissed. His
irolher, Prank New, was fined $100 und cost, or
;ix months on the chain gang. Thc two mulat?
toes plead guilty, and were lined $'?0 each
xml cost, or two months on thc chain gang. Thc
Ines were paid, and thc prisoners discharged
"rom custody."'
FLORIDA ITEMS.
The '.Hutchinson Family" gave a performance
?ii Jacksonville Monday night.
Tampa reports a very general frost, and des?
truction or plants nnd early vegetables.
A culled meeting of thc Agricultural and Immi?
gration Association of Florida ls appointed lo i>c
lieu on Wednesdav, Hie 'Juth day of April, at thc
Cit* of Jacksovlllc.
The llrst anniversary of the Grand Division of
S'His or Temperance, in Florida, was celebrated
on the 20th ult., at Jacksonville, with considera?
ble eclat. An excursion and dancing made thc
affair a pleasant one.
TUE WOMAN MOVEMENT.
Manifesto Extraordinary.
70 the American People, Greet ina :
I am commissioned to procure the name and
address of every person in the United states who
takes a friendly interest in Woman's Enfranchise?
ment. In order to compile this roll or honor, I
hereby request every such person, Immediately
on reading this announcement, without wailing
long enough to forget or neglect lt. to take pen
aud ink, write the name and address legibly, and
lorwurd the same to mc by mall, postage paid
a i rifling cost which you will not begrudge to a
good cause. Anybody sending in one envelope
all the names lu a family, a village, or assocla
lion, will render a helpful service. Three
thousand American newspapers will oblige a
brother editor bv generously printing this caril in
their columns. The purpose of this registration
is to know to whom to send Important docu?
ments. Friends of inc cause are urged to re
snood so simultaneously that theirletters shall fly
hither like a snow storm. Sign at once. And
the dav will come when yonr children and chil?
dren's children will bc proud of thc record.
Fraternally, Tu KO JJ o un TILTO.V.
Editor of The Independent, Box 2787, New York
City.
President O'Neil, ot the Fenian Brotherhood
in Now York, has deposed Richard McCloud,
secretary and treasurer of thc organization,
and expelled him from thc order. McCioud.
who ls also a senator, will, lt la stated, attempt
to ! m peech O'Neil.
THE CITIZENS' PARTY.
A BEAUTY GOD-SPEED PROM A SIS?
TER BT ATE.
Thc Sooth Carolina Press.
A correspondent writing from Eutaw, Ala.,
on thc is tu ultimo, sajs :
The Initiatory movement of the anti-Radical
press or South Carolina Is bur, wc hope, the pre?
cursor of a general convention of those favoring
the "Citizens' Party." The crisis now Is pre?
eminently critical. It calls for the united ener?
gies or every man In the State-indeed, through?
out thc entire South, who regards the protection
or "lire, liberty and property" essential condi?
tions to the "general welfare or the people."
Apathy and supineness, on the part or the ultra
Democrats in the last campaign, and the alarm?
ing evidences or a policy almost as ratal as lt was
injudicious, BO abundant and significant, call
upon every man ti uc to the Interests or his State
and government to discountenance and contemn
inaction and listlessness as ruinous and suicidal.
Further persistence in a policy already prolltlc or
the direst results, must entail endless and ratal
consequences. A retributive, national and social
course can not but rollow in the wake or that na- j
tion and people who suffer the exercise er their
legislative, executive and judicial fonctions to
the venal arbitrament or an abject and Iguoraut
representation.
Doubtless miuy ask: What shall be done to re?
dress grievances, raaffcasance and the like-re?
trench iniquitous and senseless legislation, and
re-establish the public weal on a permanent and
acceptable basU?
Enervated by a prostration Inseparable rrom
the material aud intellectual condition or a van?
quished and subjugated people, they pander to
thc eloquent nnd Immortal shibboleth or thc
ramed son of Anchlses : "Una salas viotio, mul
lom sperare solutum." And. not unlike Aurea?,
they must divest themselves or a fallacy no less
sophistical than fanciful. With thc valiant Trojan
they must know thc future, and, through the Im?
penetrable vista, descry a sunny Italy-a kindly
Latlclus-a nucleus for new operations and more
rational institutlous.
Hy common consent, the panacea ror our ills
is In the formation or a new party, with a result
aut policy-the conjoint effect or tue Democratic
and tnodcraCc-Itepublicau elements.
That organization now gaining strength and
Increasing In favor In Alabama, with mu advo?
cacy of the nest men lo recommend lt, may be
regarded as thc ultima thule or all attempts made
to retrieve our political disasters.
From pretty crrect data, we may entertain
few misgivings as to the result In Alabama. She
will doubtless make a determined and united ef?
fort In the ventilation and disinfection of thc
odious and iniquitous corruption that tends to
bankrupt the State. I
. An awakening sense of Conservative Republi?
cans to the venal instincts of thc great mass or
their co-laborers, has driven some of them to open
exposure and rcnunclaton or the administration.
Now, let the anti-Radical press rally thc State
)o unite with one serried, solid phalanx,under thc
ibanner or the ;'Clttzens' Party,^ und say to them,
"Behind the cloud the sun Is at ii: shlulug."
Ku****
The Kew Coalition.
(Prom the Spartonbnrg Spartan.]
In this State there U now no lolitlcal question
dividing the two parties walch onghr, to consti?
tute a suitlcient barrier to a common coalition or
thc honest and patriotic or ali parties, natlo: un?
ties and colors against political hishonesty,
sti?shness and corruption. Tho recent amend?
ments to the constitution of the United States
settle the questions of main importance between
thc two great panics of the country. Tluse
amendments arc KOW the organic law of tue
land. The questions they dtcldc are dead issues,
lt ls idle to quarrel over them any longer. Wheth?
er they are w.sc or unwise must bc a matter or
experiment, and ought nut to bc thc subject or
au Idle quarrel between g..od men. The press
resolutions lnulcatc the acceptance or tho con
stitoiiouul amendment* by thc Democratic party
or this State. We believe they arc accepted iii
all honesty and good faith. The right of every
citizen to votcand hold office is acknowledged.
This being conceded, let every man, white and
black, adopt t he spirit or these excellent resolu?
tions, and determine that In the exercise of thc
prerogative or suffrage, he Will allow no motive
to Influence his action lower titan an honest
desire to promote the best Interests of his coun?
try. No more let the inquiry or the candidate be,
ls he Republican or ls lie Democrat? Is he rrom
this section or tinny lint let lt be inquired or
him rather, is he honesty Is he faithful y ls he
competent? Then may we expect to sec thc re?
turn of these proupcronn and nappy days of thc
republic, when Intelligence and virtue sat en?
throned upon thc high und I he low places of thc
nation, and "to be au American was greater than
a King."
Thc four short, simple resolutions recently
adopted by the Press Convention In Columbia.
Indicate Hie source of and the remedy ror all our
political Ills, both State and national. They con?
stitute a pla; form upon which every honest man
in thc nation, bc he Democrat or Republican, can
stand. They announce the only theory upon
which a hope or Hie ultimate success or a Repub?
lican form of government can bc rationally
based.
Let Chester be Represented.
[From thc Chester Reporter.]
We do not wish to bc understood as being op
posed to Chester being represen ted In the conven?
tion to bc held on thc lilli of June. Wc hope
that every county In the State may be represent?
ed there by a Hill delegation or practical men.
and that a lull and free conference, regurding the
wisest policy to be pursued, may then bc had.
The deliberations of SUCH a body would command
our most earnest attention, and wc can scarcely
antic?pate any linc of policy upon which It might
conclude, that would not receive our hearty sup?
port.
Shall wc Refuse :
[Fruin thc Camden Journal.]
Shall wc refuse to unite? Does distrust still
prevail to keep tu sunder? It cannot be. Every
intcllieeut mau knows who have thc power of
controlling the ballot-box, and consequently or
thu State. Ami no mun would adv?cale any trial
orsirength upon thc same Issues that were be?
fore us two years ago. ror the purpose of suffer?
ing defeat a Bccond time. Therefore, we ask the
whole people of the State to unite lu restoring to
Its proper channel our State. It Is ours, and we,
(he native burn people, should control lt. Have
wc not men, native to thc soil, competent to take
charge or thc government and administer Its
rnnctlons properly ? Are strangers ami foreign?
ers the only living men who are capable of gov?
erning our people ?
These ?re thc questions which it behooves
everyman, no matter what his race may bc, to
answer. We dad rc all to ponder these grave
questions, and conscientiously determine them
according to the best lights before them.
TUE GOOD CAUSE.
Camden E M t e r s thc Lists
Camden ls making a vigorous effort to secure
a good municipal government, and lias nominat?
ed a CITIZENS' PAUTV Ticket.
Thc Camden Journal reports that at the mass
meeting, that gallant soldier and courteous gen?
tleman, General J. B. Kershaw, submitted thc fol?
lowing resolutions, which were unanimously
adopted:
I. Jiesolocit, That it ls the opinion of this meet
ng that national or State politics should not bs
permitted to enter Into the town elections. That
honesty, capacity and community or interests
should lie Hie true tests or eligibility to olllcc lu
llicinuniclpalitj'.
.J. Revolved, That we cordially Invite all thc
citizens or thc town to unite with us In pro?
moting tlic pence, order and prosperity of this
community and thc happiness of all our people,
by securing tu the lown a Just and good govern
ment, totatly ignoring therein ali political differ?
ences.
3. Keaol-Td, That a committee tn consist or ten
members bc appointed rrom the citizens present
to report to the meeting, for consideration, a
suitable ticket for intendant and wardens of the
town for the ensuing year.
Un 1er the third resolution, the following gen
tlem mwere appointed thc committee on norn I -
natlo is: J. ll. Kershaw, J. A. Young, Henry Pate,
A. M. Kenne ly. lt. S. Douglas. Manus Raum. (..
Alden. J. W. Rodgers, Henry Carduza, William
Adamson.
Thc committee nominated the following ticket:
For Intendant, W. /.. Leittier; for Wardens, W. I).
McDowell, S. R. Adams, A. Witskowsky, J. ll.
Good alo.
On motion or tlencral Kershaw, u committee
rrom each ward was appointed whose duty lt shall
be to see that every voter In their respective
wards shall register within the three days pre?
scribed by law, and thal the election ls properly
conducted.
A PRETTY LENIENT DIVORCE LAW has been
Introduced In the Massachusetts Legislature, and
seems, thus fur, to encounter no opposUiou,
having passed thc House almost unanimously.
It makes separation for five years, even by mu?
tual agreement, a cause of divorce, ir Hie parties
were living In thc State all thc Umc; permits a
divorce for desertion after three years Instead of
live; leaves both parties to a divorce rrcc to
marry again; and authorizes the court to carry
Into effect any arrangements regarding property
that may have been agreed upon by divorced
couples. Hitherto In that State adultery nnd
utter desertion for five consecutive years have
been deemed necessary for a iLvorce, and thc
offending purtv has not been allowed to marry
again without the special permission of the Su?
preme Court. One effect of its passage will be
doubtless to restrain the rather extensive emi?
gration of badly yoked couples from thc Bay
St ite to Indiana to get thc benefit of thc lenient
divorce laws of tlKit Stale.
filarrie?.
SMITH-FITCH.-On Tuesday, March 28, at
home, by Rev. C. C. Pinckuey, T. OOTBR SMITH to
CORNELIA WALTBR, daughter of Ur. W. M. Fitch,
all or this city. Ko cards. .
GREGG-BERRYIIILL.-On the 22d br March,
nt the residence or the bride's father, by thc Rev.
J. M. Osmond, JOSEPH GREOO, Esq., ol South
Carolina, to Miss CASSIS W., only daughter of
Chane? H. Berrybill, Esq., or Iowa City. Iowa.
No cards. *>
HAWKINS-McMORRIES.-At Hawkinsville, on
thc 24th of February, by the Rev. J. Hawkins,
Prof. L. A. HAWKINS, of Greenville, to Mrs. LIZZIE
MCMOKRIES, of Newberry.
?m\exa\ Notices.
pS- THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances or Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM SMITH
arc respectfully Invited to attend the Funeral of
thc latter, from his late resideuce, No. 10S Church
street, at io o'clock, THIS (Saturday) MOKNINO,
April 2. _ _ apr2
pS- I. 0. 0. F., HOWARD LODGE,
No. 3.-The Members of the above Lodge are here?
by summoned to meet at Odd Fellows' Hall at 0
o'clock THIS (Saturday) MORNING, to pay the last
trlhnte of respect to our fate Brother, WILLIAM
SMITH. By order of N. G.
E. L. TERREY,
apr21 Recording Secretary.
JSJ-PALMETTO ENCAMPMENT, No.
I. O. O. F.-The officers and members of this En?
campment are requested to attend the Funcraj
Services of Patriarch WILLIAM SMITH, at his late
residence, No. 108 Church street, THIS MORNINO,
at io o'clock.
By order. E. JOHN WHITE, Scribe.
apr2
^WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 5, A.
P. M.-The officers and members of tho Lodge are
fraternally Invited to attend the Funeral of our
late Brother, WILLIAM SMITH, from his residence
No. 108 Church street, THIS MORNINO at io o'clock.
By order of W. M. C. B. SIGWALD,
upr2 _ Secretary.
pS-BOPE STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.-Y'ou are hereby summoned to appear at
your nail, THIS (Satnrday) MORNINO, 2*1 Inst., at
0 o'clock, In full uniform, to pay the last tribute
of respect to our late member, W. SMITH.
By order of the President.
ROBERT R. COSTE,
apr2_Secretary pro tem.
^SJ-TUE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs. JOHN HELFRED
are respectfully Invited to attend thc Funeral
Services of the former, from his late residence
No. 1 Laurel street, THIS AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock,
without further Invitation. apr2
Special Notices.
PB- CONSIGNEES PER MERCHANTS'
LINE Schooner LILLY will please attend to re?
ceipts of Cargo TUIS DAY at Adgcr's North
Wharf. Goods not removed before sunset wilt bc
stored at their risk and expense. No claims al?
lowed after goods leave the wharf.
april_WM. ROACH A CO.
?SfJAMES ISLAND, DILL'S BLUFF.
Notice for thc Ferry Boats, on and after April 1,
18T0, will leave Dill's Bluff for Charleston at 0, 8.
10 and 12 A. M., and 2, 4, 0 and 8 P. M. Leave
Charleston for Dill's Bluff?t 7,9 and ll A. IL, and 1,
3, 6 and 7 P. M. TONY STAFF ORO.
apr21?_
.?S0-NOTICE. -THE STEAMER DICTA
TOR will sail from Charleston for Savannah and
thc nonda port? hereafter on MONDAY EVKNINO,
at 8 o'clock. Instead or TUESDAY, ami will, after
thia week, arrive herc on SATURDAY AFTER?
NOON, instead of SUNDAY.
aprl C_J. D. AIKEN & CO.
^.NOTICE.-A DIVIDEND OF TEN
DOLLARS ($10) per Share on the Capital Stock of
thc Granltevllle Manufacturing Company is here?
by declared, and will be payable at thc office of
the President on and after MONDAY, the 11th lust.
H. H. HICKMAN,
President Granltevllle Manufacturing Co.
oprl 3_
pa- GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S
OFFICE, SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. C., MARCH 30,1670.-For the
information of Shippers, the following letter ls
published. H. T. PEAKE,
General Superintendent.
(COPY.)
GENERAL AGENT'S OFFICE.)
CREKNVII.LK A Cot.CMniA R. R. Co., >
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 28, 1870. )
Ur. IT. T. Peake, General SuperW S. C. R. R.:
DEAR SIR: You will please stop Hie receipts of
Freight for points on thc Laurens Railroad, (Jnla
pn, Klnard's, Martin's, Clinton and Laurens,)
until you are notiilcd from this office to com?
mence receiving Freights again for these points.
Yours, very respectfully,
(Signed.) W. ALSTON GIBBES,
mcli31_ Genera! Agent.
pS- CAUTION.-AUDACIOUS COUN?
TERFEIT!-The reputation which for many years
has attached to HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS, as thc standard Tonic of the age. and the
large demand for thc article, not only lu thc Unit?
ed States but elsewhere, have provoked thc cupid?
ity of the counterfeiting tribe, and lt hos been ex?
tensively simulated and Imitated by unscrupu?
lous sharpers.
Tnc most daring counterfeit of said article
which has been attempted, has recently come to
our knowledge. Thc engraved steel label on bot?
tles containing the genuine bitters, with Its beau?
tiful vignette of St. George and tho Dragon, its
shield, containing n warning against counterfeit?
ers, and its note of hand for "one cent" at the
foot, signed by our finn name, has been copied so
closely that the fraud can only he detected on a
minute Inspection. Tin dark label ls also well
counterfeited, and thc wording on both thc Imita
tatton and genalr.e are precisely thc same, the dif?
ference being simply in thc execution of the work;
that or the Imitation being somewhat coarser
than thc jr cn nine. Other counterfeits arc on thc
market, which are in all particulars the same as
described above, willi the exception of a slight
difference In thc spelling of our name.
In addition to thc above, these counterfeiters
have gone so far in some instances ns to place a
strip of paper over the cork and fasten to the neck
or thc bottle, on which is a vignette, and other?
wise printed to resemble the general appearance
of our proprietary U. S. Revenue stamp, but upon
Inspection will disclose the absence of thc figure
"4," and thc words "four cents," also "United
States Internal Revenue," all ol which, together
with additional wording, appear on our genuine
stamp. Thc public arc, therefore, especially war. .
cd against these new counterfeits, and arc advis?
ed to purchase HOSTETTER'S STOMACH HIT?
TERS only of houses whose integrity ls above
suspicion. The true specific is sold in bottles ex?
clusively-never In bnlk.-IIOSTETTBR ? SMITH.
nprl 6DJLC_
pgr TO P1UNTER&-IF YOU WANT
NEWS, BOOK, CAP, DEMI and MEDIUM PAPERS,
Bill Heads, Statements, Cards, Card Board, Prim?
ing Material, Binding, Ruling and Cutting, go to
EDWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, oppo
site Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
rt eel 4 ?mos_
ps- IF YOU WANT LAW HOOKS,
LAW BLANKS and Legal Printing, go to EDWARD
PERRY, No. 165 Meeting street, opposite Chnrles
ton Hotel, Charleston. S. C._decl4 cmos
gST AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TRUSSES.-Comfort and Cure for the Ruptured.
Sent postpaid on receipt or 10 cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avcuue, New
York. decl5
Special Notices.
ps* DIVINE SERVICE WILL BE CON?
DUCTED In the Orphans1 Chapel, on SABBATH
AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, by tbe Rev. L. H. SHUCK.
apr2_
pSf TRINITY CHURCH.-THE PAS
TOR having returned to the city, will Preach in
the MORNING, at half-past io o'clock, and in the
AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock. No Services at night.
Public Prayer Meetings in the Lecture Room
every TUESDAY NIGHT, at 8 o'clock._apr2?
7p&* FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.-DI?
VINE Services will be held in this Church TO?
MORROW MORNING, by the R?v. L. H. SHUCK,
Pastor, at half-past lo o'clock, and In the Aram
NOON, by the Rev. W. W. HICKS, D. D., at 4
o'clock._aprl
ps* UNITARIAN CHURCH.-DIVINE
Service will be held In this Church T?-MORROW
MORNING, at half-past 10 o'clock, the Rev. R. P.
CUTLER officiating. All strangers are cordially
Invited to attend.
For this Sabbath, the Evening Service will be
suspended._apr2
^CITY TAXES.-CITY TREASDRY,
MARCH 23, 1870.-Pursuant to Ordinance to Raise
Supplies for the year 18T0, tbe FIRST INSTAL?
MENT or one-third of the Corporation Tax will be
received at this orrice from and arter this date to
the 10th of April. S. THOMAS,
merrie smwstnsO_City Treasurer.
ps* SPECLVL NOTICE.-BOOKS FOR
Subscription to thc Stock of the ENTERPRISE
RAILROAD COMPANY of Charleston will be
opened on and after Tn is DAY, the 23d Instant, at
the offlce of Messrs. WHIPPER, ELLIOTT A AL?
LEN, No. Ol Broad street, where the undersigned
may be found daily between the hours of 10 A. M.
and 2 P. M. WM. MCKINLAY,
mch23 ws2mth8 Treasurer.
ACORNS SOLVENT-A NEW DIS?
COVERY.-Mark this : If you feel the least pain
during or after the operation, or if you are not
satisfied, you'll not pay.
Mons. BERGER will henceforth remove Corns
by a NEW SOLVENT, which acts only on Corns,
and bas no more effect on the skin and flesh than
pure water. One mnst see to believe. Apply at
No. 332 KINO STREET, from 0 to 12 o'clock M.
mch23 W84* _
pS* THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLI?
NA, COUTTY OF CHARLESTON-COURT OF
COMMON PLEAS.-JAMES W. SPRACGE, TRUS?
TEE OF MARTA A. WOODRUFF, PLAINTIFF,
AGAINST JAMES S. WOODRUFF, DEFENDANT.
Copy Summons.-To the Defendant JAMES S.
WOODRUFF: You aro hereby summoned and re?
quired to answer the complaint in this action,
which Is flied In the offlce or tho Clerk of Common
Pleas, ror the said County, and to serve a copy
ot your answer to the said complaint on the sub?
scribers at their office, No. 41 Broad street,
Charleston, S. C., within twenty days otter the
sendee hereof, exclusive of thc day of such ser?
vice; and ir you rall to answer the complaint with?
in the time aforesaid, thc plaintiff in this action
will apply to the Court for the relief demanded
In the complaint. BUIST A BUIST,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Dated 17th March, 18T0.
To James S. Woodruff, Defendant:
Take notice, that thc Summons in this action,
of which the foregoing ls a copy, was filed in the
office of thc Clerk or thc said Court ot Common
Pleas at Charleston, In the County of Charleston,
in said State, on the seventeenth day or March,
1870. BUIST A BUIST,
mein a ?6_Plalntitrs Attorneys.
psr STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF CHARLESTON-IN THE COMMON
PLEAS.-P. T. SOUTHERN vs. THE TRADES
MANUFACTURING COMPANY, A BODY CORPO?
RATE UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF
NEW JE RSI". V.-SUMMONS FOR MONEY DE?
MAND. COMPLAINT NOT SERVED.-To the
Trades Manufacturing Company, a body corpo?
rate under the laws of the State of New Jersey
-Defendants In this action: You are hereby
summoned and required to answer the complaint
In this action, which ls flied in the Office of the
Clerk of the Court or Common Pleas ror the said
County, and to serve a ropy or your answer on
the subscribers, at their office, No. 41 Broad
street, Charleston, Sonth Carolina, within twenty
days after the service or this summons on you,
exclusive or the day or service.
iryoufall to answer this complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plantiff will take Judgment
against you ror the sum or one thousand seven
hundred and thirty-four 89-100 dollars, with In?
terest at the rate of seven per cent, per annum
from the eighteenth day or January, one thou?
sand eighteen hundred and seventy, and costs.
Dated Charleston, S. C., March 18, 1870.
BUIST A BUIST, Plaintiff's Attorneys.
No. 41 Broad street, charleston, S. C.
Take notice that the Summons, or which thc
foregoing is a copy, and also the complaint in
this action, was duly filed in the Office or thc
Dlerk or the Court or Common Pieos Tor the Coan
;y of Charleston, and State of South Carolina, on
he sixteenth day or Moren, 1870.
BUIST A BUIST,
mchIO so Plaintiff's Attorneys
ps* GAYETY IS TO GOOD HUMOR AS
mlmal perfumes to vegetable fragrance; thc one
jyerpowcrs weak spirits, the other recreates and
.calves them.
Good humor seasons all the Incidents and oc?
currences or our dany existence and is a defence
igalnst the infirmities of ill-health and other evils
)flife.
The humors of the body have a stated and reg
llar course to perform, which impels and lmper
?eptibly guides our will, exercising a secret In
lucnce over all our actions, without our being
iblc to know or appreciate lt.
To preserve then this desirable position or state
:o goodness, thc condition of the humors of the
jody, thc Inceutlve to good or bad actions, have
o be kept up to a healthy standard, by a remedy
hat will alter the character of the fluids or the
?ody, when In a morbid state-know yo, then,
hat this alterative ls SOLOMON'S BlTfERS.
mcliSfl tnths3_
pff*1XQ MORE MEDICINE.-SEVENTY
.housnnd cures without medicine by DuBarry's
leliclous REVALENTA ARABICA FOOD, which
indicates dyspepsia, Indigestion, acidity, nausea,
.'omiting, wasting, diabetes, sleeplessness, cough,
tsthma, consumption, debility, constipation, diar
.heca, palpitation, nervous, bilious, liver and
itomach complaints, lt nourishes better than
neat, and saves, moreover, fllty times Its costin
>thcr remedies. Cure No. 63,413-"ROSIE, Jaly 21,
1803.-Thc health or the Holy Father 13 excellent,
specially since he bas confined himself entirely
;o DuBarry's Food, and his Holiness cannot praise
.his excellent rood too highly." Sold in tins of
me pound, $1 25; 24 pounds $18; carriage D ee.
\lso. the REVALENTA CHOCOLATE, in one pound
lackets, $1 50. Copies of cures sent gratis. Ad
Iress C. N. DDBARRY A CO., No. 163 William
itreet, New York, and at all Druggists and Gro?
cers. apr2 ll
- ? , .it----'-"
ps* AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD
Eyes made new, easily, without doctor or mcdl-.
cines. Sent postpaid on receipt of 10 cents. Ad
flreas Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
Kew York. _decl5
ps* WEDLOCK-THE BASIS OF CIVIL
SOCIETY.-Essays for Young Men, on tho honor
nnd happiness of Marriage, and the evils and dan?
gers of Celibacy, with sanitary help for the at?
tainment or man's true posltlou In lire. Scat rrce
m sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCI?
ATION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
janis 3moa
Sapping.
F
OR LIVERPOOL,
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL STEAMSHIP'
LINE.
The favorite new Steamship At>p r ?fVfaar
GON, Howlson, Master, is now ready t*Wf\fM<^*'
receive Freight for Liverpool, to sail leta April.
Through Freight received for all the principal
Eolnts on the Continent of Europe, and Bin?
adlng sigied at Charleston.
For Freight engagements apply to
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
mch31 _Boyce's Wharf.
R NEW Y O BK.
ON SATURDAY, AT 5 O'CLOCK P. M.
The Superior First-class Side-wheel Steamship
CHAMPION,
R. W. LOCKWOOD, Commander,
Of the Now York and Charleston Steamship Com?
pany's Line, will leave Adger's Sooth Wharf on
SATURDAY, the 2d of April, at S o'clock P. M.
ag-The steamers of this Lina are handsomely
and comfortably fitted np for passengers, and'
their tables are supplied with all of the delicacies
of the New York and Charleston markets.
dsr Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to.
Liverpool, Boston and the New England manufac?
turing towns.
jes- Insurance by this Line half per cent.
jag-LOCAL AND THROUGH RATES ALWAYS AB Low
AS ANY OTHER LINE.
ta* The Side-wheel Steamship CHARLESTON
follows on TUESDAY, April 6, at 6 o'clock P.
JAMES AD G ER k CO., Agents^
Corner Adger's Wharf and East Bay. -
mell30 4_
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, BOS?
TON, AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTH?
WEST.
THROUGH BILLS OF LADINO GIVEN FOR
COTTON TO BREMEN.
The Une Steamship "MARYLAND,",
Johnson, Commander, will sail for Baltl_
more on SATURDAY, the 2d April, at & o'clock
The "FALCON" will follow.
ta* Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi'
tiona! expense for insurance, and Consignees are
allowed ample time to sample and seU their Cot?
tons from the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, .Agent, .
aprl 2_ No. 2 Union Wharves.
pACDTIC M A TL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S-'
THROUGH LINE TC
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal street, Js&jfigjgr
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the 6th and '
21st of every month (except when these dates fall?
on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding.)
Departure of the 2 ist connect ai Panama
with steamers for South Pacific and Central Amer? -
icon ports. Those of 6th touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship CHINA leaves San Francisco for '
Japan and China April 1,1S70.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but gc -
direct from New York to AsplnwaU.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult,
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or further Information ap?
ply at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on thc
wharf, loot of Canal-street, North River, Kew
York. F. B. BABY, Agent.
marchia
VESSELS SUPPLIED WITH CABIN ANT>
MES8 STORES ON SHORT NOTICE.
Captains and Stewards aro respect-^?r?T"ke.
fully invited to call and examine fh? ^rflfWjT
quality and prices of our GOODS. FuU weight?
guaranteed. Delivered free of expense.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 276 King street, opposite Hasel, .
Charleston, S. C.
IO* Branch or No. 900 Broadway, New York.
Jan24_
rjp RAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA
AND AIKEN,
And other places, should lay tn theur^^aaSBa.
supplies of Clarets, Champagnes, Cor-?fiAfi?z
dials, Brandies, Whiskies Wines, Canned Sara*
and Meats, American and English Biscuits, De?
villed Ham, Tongue, Lobster, Durham Smoking
Tobacco and Imported Segara.
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 276 King street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.
Branch of No. 900 Broadway, corner 20th street.
New York._sept28
JpOR SAVANNAH VIA BEAUFORT,
(INLAND ROUTE.)
The steamer PILOTBOY, Captain C. ? *jr*****
Carroll White, will leave Charles.J^^rSrr?^
ton every THURSDAY MORNING, at 1^PcTocK^or
above places.
RETURNING:
The PILOT;BOY will leave Savannah every
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, connecting with
New York Steamships in Charleston en Saturday.
Cabiu Passage $6; including Meals and Berth.
mch24_J. D. AIKEN A CO.
Jp OR BEAUFORT, VIA EDISTO, ROCK?
VILLE AND PACIFIC LANDING.
FREIGHT REDUCED FIFTY PER CENT.
Steamer PILOT BOY, Captain C. - _?JT^^.
Caroll White, will sall from Charles-?gg????EgC
ton for above places every TUESDAY MORNING, at
8 o'clock
Returning, the PILOT BOY will leave Beaufort
early WEDNESDAY MORNING, touching at all the
above named Landings on her rome to
Charleston. J. D. AIKEN A CO.
iuch24
PALATKA, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH. FERNANDINA JACKSON?
VILLE AND LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. '
Steamer "DICTATOR," captain
Oeorge E. McMillan, sails every,
MONDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock.
Steamer "CITY POINT," Captain Fenn Peck,
sails over? FRIDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock. Con?
necting w"lth Steamer STARLIGHT for Enterprise.
Through Tickets and through Ellis of Lading
for Freight given.
J. D. AIKEN 4 CO., Agents,
janis_Sooth Atlantic Wharf.
jp O R FORT SUMTER.
The Steamer ST. HELENA, Cap- . . ?ir*?^.
'Hin 1). Sinclair, Jr., will leave asjgSgfctfiBC
lbove THIS DAY, April 2, at 12 o'clock, from Mar?
iel Wharf, foot of Market street.
Fare $1 60. J. H. MURRAY,
apr21* Agent.
~QMlg. ~
p RATT'S "ASTRAL" OIL
Unlike many other illuminating Oils, ls per'
fectly pure and free from all adulterations or
mixtures of any -kind. It emits no offensive
smell while burning, gives a soft and br?llanV
light and can be used with the same assurance
of safety as gas. Chemists pronounce lt the
best and safest illuminating Oil ever offered ta
the public; and Insurance Companies endorse and
urge upon consumers the ose of the "Astral" Ol?
Inmreference to any other. It ls now burned by
thousands of families, and In no Instance has
any accident occurred from tts use; a lamp filled
with lt, If upset and broken, will not explode. To .
prevent adulteration, the ''Astral" ' Oil ls packed
only in the Guaranty Patent Cans, of l gallon:
and & gallons each, and each can ls sealed m a
manner that cannot be counterfeited. Every
package with nncut seal we warrant. Be sure
ana get none but the genuine article, Pratt's As?
tral" Oil, for sale by dealers everywhere, aaa at -
wholesale and retail by thc proprietors
! OIL HOUSE OF CHARLES PRATT,
No. 108 Fulton street. New Yort,
Postofllce Box No. 3OG0.
Send for circulars, with ^?^?i? '
lists. Enclose stamps for copy of thCAs-ial
''S?'sale by GOODRICH, WINBMAN * ??
vgesateProggwi Charleston, S. C. dec? S
TF YOU WANT BLANK DOOKS MADE
X TO OKDKR, and of thc best material, to auy .
pa ttern gu to ^^ ??0^
No 156 Meeting street, opposite Charleston HoteL
' Charlestor, S. C. desueraos

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