irr^T TTUff IT_N?TMRER 1259.
CHARLESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1870.
SIX DOLLARS A YEAR.
W A S H I N G T 0 N.
VIEWS OF TME CABINET ON THE
Secretary Boutwell and thc Ineomc
Tax-An Important Question in the
Court of Claims.
WASHINGTON, April 2.
At the Cabinet meeting to-day it is under?
stood thc President read his proposed message to
Congress for tho removal of disabilities. The
message met with favor amone thc members of
A strong pressure is brought upon the President
oy senators and representatives to induce Secre
tary Boutwell to desist from his advocacy of the
income tax. Letters are pouring in npon Con
gress from all parts of the country against the
extension of what they pronounce a most odious
SJRU inquisitorial law. Thc President has prom
ised to call thc attention of Secretary Boutwell to
this measure, and Indicated his willingness to
abandon it if deemed advisable. Secretary Bont
weU, however, ls known to be favorable to this
tax, and will insist on its extension without re
duction. He maintains that it is the most equita
ble tax in our whole tax system, as it bears
principally on the wealthier classes, and not upon
the industrial interests.
There ls an important question pending in the
Conrt of Claims, as to when the President's proc?
lamation, dated June 24th, isca, regarding com?
mercial intercourse and removing restrictions in
certain portions of thc South, took effect. Thc
24th of June of that year was Saturday, but thc
proclamation bearing that date was not promul?
gated until Tuesday following. Meantime thc
Treasury agents made many Important seizures.
The intention ls to appeal the question to the
Supreme Court, In order to definitely determine
when the proclamation took effect, whether on
the 24th or the 27th. If the conrt decides in favor
ef the 24th, the proceeds of much cotton will be
restored to the original owners.
The best opinion is that the recent legal tender
'tecUlon by the Supreme Court will be reversed.
The French Government has withdrawn Us
monopoly regarding cables, so far as the United
States ts concerned, and full reciprocity has been
Grant, Belknap and Sherman will attend thc
celebration of the Grand Army of thc Republic,
Saturday next, at Philadelphia.
Tho necessary disbursements during March
were $1G,500,000, exclusive of interest on the pub
Sumner's movement for compulsory atten
dance upon mixed schools meets with little sym?
There is a tremendous pressure ftom the West
against the seventh section of the Funding bill.
In thc House the City of Buffalo was authorized
to construct a tunnel under the Niagara River.
Butler introduced a bill to collect debts from
The Tariff was resumed.
SchCBCk, answering a question, said a revenue
bill would be reported, reducing the amouut
thirty millions, but declined giving particulars.
The tariff on tea was Axed at twenty cents per
pound, and thc tariff on come fixed at five ceuts
The question of sugar was reached, when thc
committee rose without action, and the House
THE BICHMOND WAE.
Ut cn HON i>, April 2.
The day passed quietly, with the poBce of
both Mayors on the streets to-night. The United
States Marshal served a writ on Ellyson to give
op possession of the City Hall and other property;
Ellyson refused, and the marshal then applied to
thc military for aid. On the appearance of the
military Ellyson retired with his force to other
headquarters, not owned by the city, where he
will continue as Mayor. This ls done with a view
to get the matter before tho Supreme Conrt.
RICHMOND, April 3.
Ellyson still holds the City Hall, and Canby has
not yet sent the military to aid the United States
Marshal in ejecting him. It is understood, how?
ever, that the military will be sent to-morrow,
when Ellyson will retire to other quarters, and
continue to act as Mayor.
THE MA YOJRAETY OF NEW OR?
0 NEW ORLEANS, April 2.
?g'esby having declined to accept, thc Gov?
ernor has appointed ex-Governor Flanders Mayor
in accordance with thc act of the Legislature.
The spring meeting of the Metairc races com?
menced to-day. The weather ls Hue and atten?
dance large. Two mlle dash, pur?e $000, $50 to
second horse: Coquette beat Marietta; King T?mj
Colonel Roberts, Nat Grittln, Victory aud Betty
Bay, In same order; time, 3 minutes 3S*i second?.
National Ualf Eagle stake and loo half eagles
added, 23 to second horse; Lida, l; Greaser, 1;
Shawnee. 2. distanced; Lizzie Trig, 3; list, 1:51.V,
l:?0. _ _
NEW YORK COTTON STATEMENT.
NEW YORK, April 3.
The cotton movement for the week shows a
a large falling off. The receipts at all points were
46.6S1 bale-1, against 53.109 last week, and 44,8'J0
the previo is week. Receipts at all points for thc
expired portion of the cotton year are 2,-506,340,
against l,$44.490 bal.-s las: year. Thc exports for
the week are 72,525, against 64,032 bales for same
week. Thc exports thus far in thc cotton year
reach 1,541,409, against 1,019.653 bales. Stock at
ah points 432,290, against 375.5S9 bales. Market
quiet and devoid of ?ny special Interest.
SPARKS FROM IHEH WIRES.
Dispatches from Sickles indicate a crisis
rapfciy approaching in Spanish affairs.
An Incendiary fire occurred yesterday morning
in Portsmouth, Va., at the coraer of Klug and
Middle streets, destroying six buildings. Includ?
ing the postoftlce. Thc ie:ters.'4books and papers
of the latter were saved. Thc loss will be Sis.ooo,
partially covered, by insurance.
W. J. Hine3 committed suicide in Richmond
on Saturday afternoon blowing hi3 brains out.
The schooner Fabeas, arrived at Savannah yes?
terday, reports that in lat. 33 49, on the edge of
the Gotf Stream, she fell In with the ship Tama
tare, orNantes, France, abandoned. She had five
fee: of.water in h;r hold, aad was loaded with
The Petersburg, Vit., Iron works were burned'
Saturday morning; loss $100,000. ; -
Governor Davis has oalled an extra session or
the Texas Legislature, March 2Cth.
A resolution, adroitly Introduced in the Phila?
delphia Council, passed both branches'on Friday,
allowing the colored paople to hold a Jubilee in
Independence Square. A great crowd, including
the colored Zouaves, assembled there to partici?
pate In the demonstration, but the affair proved
to be a first of April hoax.. .
At a negro meeting held in Washington, D. C.,
yesterday, a colored man said that he was beyond
Mr. Sumner in his claims for equal rights for the
negro. He would not rest until the colored mau
could saiely vote the Democratic ticket.
The American Anti-Slavery Society, of which
Wendell Phillips ls president, has resolved to hold
its last meeting, as a commemorative j abllc?, in
Apollo Hall. New York, on Saturday, April 9th.
The society will be disbanded on the even lng-of
The negroes voted at the school election which
look place ia Delaware on Saturday.
The Irish Question.
LONDON, April 2
The House of Commons rejected all the
amendments but one of thc House of Lords to the
Irish force bill.
The Spectator laments the utter acidity of de?
bates In Parliament lately. The same paper
thinks Colonial Independence would divert the
tide of emigration now running strongly from
Great Britain to the United States.
Kev. Dr. Posey publishes a communication in
the Record, to-day, arguing against the revision
of the recognized version of the IHble.
DUBLIN, April 3.
An immense indignation meeting was held last
night. Speeches were made and resolutions
adopted repudiating the Peace Preservation bill
as threatening to destroy thc remnant of liberty
yet remaining to the Irish people. It was repre?
sented to Gladstone that the policy of thc gov?
ernment. In this respect, receives the censure of
all clashes in Ireland, and he was earnestly urged
to modify his views. Resolutions were also
adopted urging a repeal or thc union existing
between?England and Ireland, as the interests of
both countries antagonistic to Us perpetua?
PARIS, April 2.
Tnc disorders at LaCrcuzot arc increasing. Ad?
ditional troops have been sent. Thc strikers
pelted the troops stationed there to preserve or?
der, but thc forbearance of the onlcers prevented
a couflict. The journals published tclc;r?ms
from LaCrcuzot, afnrmlng that the troubles are
kept alive by contributions of money, Ac, from
The Pope postpones the naming of thc cardi?
nals until September.
La Liberte announces that Darn has abandoned
the idea of sending a special ambassador to
Rome. Marquis Bannevllle, French Minister to
that city, who is at present In Paris, will there?
fore return to his post im mediately. The reason
for this is found In thc failure of Darn, in his re?
cent negotiations at Vienna, Madrid and Flo?
rence, for a plan looking to concentrated action.
PARIS, April 3.
A parliamentary crisis is at hand. Thc Empe?
ror desires to submit the new order of things to
the vote or thc people, and thc ministers are not
willing to permit the discussion of thc Senatus
Consnltum by the Corp3 L?gislatif. Nothing defi?
nite on these points are known now, hut a deda
ration from the Cabinet is expected to bc made a t
the opening of the Chambers to-morrow. It ls re?
ported that Prime Minister Ollivier wi I ask for a
vote of confidence, and if this ls refused he will
Prince Pierre Bon?parte is still in Paris, but he
will go to Belgium.
MADHID, April 2.
Very angry feeling ls manifested lu regard to
the new conscription bill. Trouble is apprehend?
ed at thc demonstration to-morrow by the oppo?
nents of the measure.
Moret, the new Mluirtcr of Colonies, declared
to thc Cortes that thc question of liberty In thc
Antilles was Important. He saki he would exam?
ine into the condition or Cuba and report to the
MAORID, April 3.
In the Cortc3, yesterday, the new Colonial
Minister in reply to a question Lom a Unionist
deputy, said that his policy In regard to Colonial
reforms would be thc same as that or his prcde
:c3Sor. He expressed his disbelief lu rumors of
lisastrous events in Cuba, and discredited tlir re- ^
>orts that there was any diplomailcarrangement i
ictwecn the Uuitcd States uud Great Brita! ! ou '
he Cuban question. j
A motion to postpone the consideration er the <
lew constitution for Porto Rico was defeated by u I
,-ote or 103 to 13. Th j Unionist deputies lert the '
?harnber before the vote was taken. i
ROME, April 2. ?
Thc "Ctvitta Cattollca" to day published a long ?
irticle on the view of the approaching discussion i
m the proposition of Papal infallibility, tending j
o show, that the Pope has no particular need of
immunity ia thc Council, but that a simple ma- 1
orlty is sufficient to establish the dogma.
ALL ABO UT THE STATE. I
The Union Times says : "All of the water
conrees or Union have been ont or their banka.
Almost all thc bottom lauds or Tygcr uud Uroad
Rivers have been covered with water. In con?
sequence, planters upon thc rivers are delayed lu
their planting, lt will bu many days "before
ploughiug can bc resumed, and in some in?
stances, a good ??eal or work has been lost. Wc !
rear other serlo is injury luis resulted from this
There were two burglaries In Abbeville Ia?:
week. One at thc house ol Mrs. .lames M. Perrin,
iud the other at that or Mr. Anderson Small.
The Lancaster Herald says: "Heavy rains dur?
ing thc past week, and all the water courses
booming. The hutment at GUIs Creek bridge was
washed away on !a*t Saturday night."
The appearance or thc wheat crcp In Lancaster |
County is very favorable.
The fruit crops In Lancaster arc almost hope
Many Lancaster farmer? arc planting corn. I
Eggs uud butter aro very scarce.in Lancaster, .
?nd meet with ready sale ut fair prices.
Near the whole section of country cast of the
Town of Lancaster, known as thc I'iueywoodB, ,
was on lite on last Wednesday ami Thursday. No ,
considerable damage done.
During the past week Hurry has had even more
than the u.sual surplus of wet weather. Farming
operations have been very much backened by
the excessive coM and wet. There ls a promise 1
now of sprlug and sunshine. 1
Thc chie! engineer of the Georgetown Railroad
reports that thc distance, ns computed by actual
measurement, and taken from the most accurate
survey, ls about 166 miles. Of this, 42 miles were
graded in 1C82, ar. a light cost, and I Und 58 miles
pass through a leve., iiubrokeu tract, ami which
can be evaded at a low cost. The remaining 65
miles are over a miling country, and the cost will
be greatly Increased. Estimated cost of Hie grad?
ing nail buildiug, trestliug and cross tics, for 155
miles, STOO.OOO. or about $4000 per mile. The iron
and rolling stock is estimated to cost $l,ouo,utiu.
in all $2,000,000.
There was an Incendiary Ira on March 10th
re-mltlng In the destruction of the barn and
stables of Mr. Henry Tennent, In lue vicinity of
Lowndcsville. A negro woman, Agnes Voling,
bas been arrested and lodged tfi Jail. She con?
fess s thc crime, a ul charges that she was put up
to it by Andrew Speed, a colored man who pro
missed to divide his crop for this year with her,
as au Inducement.
A bloody fracas, rcsnltlng In the death of c ie
man and thc dangerous wounding of three
others, occurred on the 23d ultimo, at the rcsl
\enc* or Josiah F. L?:;:: near the Tumbling
Shoals. It appears taut J. Seabrook Leak, thc
irotaer or Josiah F. Leak, remained on Tuesday
night at a Mr. Bolt's, near thc residence of J. F.
Leak, whom he wished to sec on business, and
that..-Grown was accompanying Seabrook
Leak.' On Wednesday morning Brown wcut to
the house or Leak, and a diltleulty occurred with
the occupants or J. F. Leak's house, in which
Brown was severely wounded. In a short time
Seabrook Leak came upon the scene, and also
-Bolt, and tue fight became geueral. Sea?
brook Leak was Uliled dead, and Bolt, his com?
panion, severely wounded. The occupants of the
house were l'lnckncy Wilson,-Shockley,
Morgan Leak, son or Josiah F. Leak, und proba?
bly J. P, Leak, at the beginning ol' the fra v.
Wilson was severely wounded in two places. It
ls said there had been some misunderstanding
between the Leak brothers, and Hint they were
not on good terms. The parties engaged In thc
bloody tragedy were quite young men, excepting
Messrs. Holt and J. P. Leak, who arc middle-aged.
Shot guns and pistols were tho firearms brought '
-Under a pressure which overcame all re?
sistance, thc so-called ''Tweed charter" passed
ibu New York Assembly on Wednesday by a
vote of Uti to .5. The bill now goos to thc
Senate, and, Judging from the action ot thc
House, lhere ls little doubt of its speedy pas?
sage there. It seems to be a foregone con?
clusion that it will become a law. Although
the result of the contest. R6 thus shown, is a
crowning triumph ot the Tammany over the
yoting Democracy, the bill itself was framed
with a view to harmonize the opposing ele?
ments, and further measures have been taken
to bring about a ' perfect reconciliation.
Several eminent citizens have called upon
Hie Uou. Benjamin Wood and requested that
he consent to ac: as mediator und referee be?
tween the factions.
THE CITIZENS' COHORT. I
AN UNITED PEOPLE AND UNITED
MAKE READY FOR THE CONVENTION.
Bear it in Blind.
[From the Union Times.]
Every paper in the 8tate has expressed its
views upon the resolutions recently adopted by
the Press Conference. They arc almost unani?
We must bear Jn mimi that the Convention of
anti-Radicals assemble:-: in June, only two months
on". Some preparations should be made to secure
a proper representation In tho convention from
It ls purely a convention of antl-Radlcals-of
men opposed to the corruption and dishonesty
of the present State ottleials, executive and legis?
Thc Plan Proposed.
[From thc Orangcburg News.]
The plan proposed ls simply tills: Upon the full
and unreserved recognition of thc civil rights of
the colored people of the State, an effort ls to be
madero unite all thc citlzcus in thc endeavor to
secure nonest and good mc.? as our rulers ami
representatives. A meeting of thc Silixens is to bc
called in each county, of black and Tait* Demo?
crat and Republican. That meeting ls to endorse
the policy recommended by the unanimous press,
and to select delegates to represent thoconuty ut
the convention of citizens to bc hold in Columbia
on thc loth of June. Thc day for these county
meetings will bc suggested and recommended hy?
the press, lt ls thc sentiment and suggestion of
the press, and tliey utter the voice of Hie people,
that colored men shall bc choseu as delegates
from each county as well as white.
In some counties, this great movement will be
a Buccess. The day will have come when thc
colored citizens will reason together with thc
white citizens, and take counsel as to thc best
met? and best measures for thc good of their
Heaven ?rant that this may bc in Orangeburg !
In order that this shall bc the case in our county,
there is a vital and pressing necessity that our
citizens should each one do his part.
Men or Orangcburg, you know that thc course
advocated by the press ls the >nly one that has
one shadow of promlw of success. We aopeal to
you now, In no vague and eloquent generality, to
be more practicable, and to accept Tacts which
your opposition cannot change; but we appeal to
you for thesakcof honesty, purity, for toe sake of
vour State, your altars, homes and ht le ones, to
"favor, to work for this movement. Away with
the lethargy of despair I. Say not to yourselves,
we have made so many efforts and they have
failed, therefore we shun make uoother! You
have never yet made a sensible practical effort
upon the basis of facti
This ls the first one which ls being Inaugurated
now by the people of South Carolina. Oh I let
none stand off nor shrink from thc performance
of his part in this grand effort. * * ? * *
And to our colored citizens we would speak In
favor of this movement. Thc facts or your citi?
zenship is recognized and admitted by thc white
people of your State. They greet yon as as rel
low-ciiizous and ask you to come and reason to?
gether for ti e welfare of their common State.
They arc willing to nominate and they will
nominate anil vote for thc honest and won hy of
yon to hold ?nices lu thc State.
Do you ask more than this! Docs thc party
that control.? and enslaves your vote give you or
promise you more tlinu this? Do you ask or
promise yourselves more than this?
This ls what wc recognize and guarantee to bc
your rights. And we ask yon simply to exercise
your rights and prerogatives as citizens of this
State, not to continue this rule of corruption
which ls as revolting to your sense or decency sud
honesty as to ours, but to secure the gove rnmcnt
to those who arc worthy, whether they arc white
We ask you to unite with us in thc great effort.
When the meeting ls called in this county, come
to lt and consent to be delegates to represent the
honest and worthy citizens or ymir State who
would redeem their State from Us vile durance cf
dishonesty and unworthiness.
Integrity our .Standard.
[From thc Lancaster Ledger.]
lu many respects, wc arc suffering Irons mis
rule and misgovernment, and which should bc
ihe purpose of all, Irrespective of past differences,
LO improve. The legislative body recently uti*
mimed is characterized as the most corrupt ever
Assembled. All good citizens, white amt black,
?hould see to lt, that our next Legislature ts com?
posed of different material, or, ut least, those mem?
bers who proved themselves unworthy or the trust
corniced should not bc allowed to again impose
upon thc people. Much has been said against thc
executive branch or thc State Government,
sr which, personally, we know nothing. In all
Icpartments, State and National, wc presume,
personal advantages ?ire taken, when opportunity
affords. This bas been thc case, generally, willi
ill administrations, and we suppose will bc, so
[outr as republican form of government lasts.
Thc main Issue now before us, and which should
rulo in the rail elections, is simply between bad
?nd good government. The past lins settled Itself,
ind UK issues arc living luc?s which no sane mind
will attempt to refine. Ignorance and corruption
nott be thrust mit or the law making power or
che State. Intelligence and honesty should rule.
W1IITTEMORE ON TUE STUMP.
HIS RECEPTION IN GEORGETOWN.
5c:i:iior Italney'a Onslaught upon thc
TUE raren HIT-SOME OF RAI NEV S ADVEN
TURES IN WASHINGTON REV EA CED.
Whitlemore, as lias already been briefly stated
in Tut: NEWS, addressed lils Republican constitu?
ents at Georgetown on thc Ski ult. Ills attempted
?ustl?lcutlon of thc corruption of which he had
Licm Convicted was of th* same character as that
lie has uttered elsewhere. At the conclusion of
Iiis remarks he was answered by Ralney, thc col?
ored senator, who, in thc course of his speech,
He would answer to thc call ma le from no ill
trill to Mr. Whitlemore, but from a sense of duty
-that When he was lu Washington bo was in?
debted to linn lor many courtesies, which ren?
dered the task he was about to cuter upon of ex?
posing I he falsities of his statements and Hie
sophistries of his address au un pleasant and
painful one. Yet that duty he would discharge
without rear, ravor or affection. That Mr. Whi?
temore had been guilty of conduct lu bis repre?
sentative capacity in (,'ongress that mude him un?
worthy (?ra seat iu that body, could not success?
fully be controverted or denied by any one who
knew any i liing of thc charges made against him.
He said that Whtttemore denied that lie was ex?
pelled from his seat. That he was not actually
expelled was thc truth, but that he was
virtually expelled was equally true. A vote
had been takeu lu the House by which lt was
absolutely certain that thc two-thirds necessary
lor expulsion would bc obtained-he as Daddy
Cain once said, saw Hie Sirocco comliig and dod?
ged its blast and force by resigntng. Let those
herc present bear lu mind, that this cry raised by
him or persecution, Ac. has no. foundation.
Who are lils pretended persecutors? Arc they
Democrats and enemies tn thc party to which he
is associated? lu fuct, are thc? not Republicans
ami Radical Rcpullcans of whom he complains.?
Who investigated thc charges made again-1 him.'
Was it nut a committee made up almosi exclusive?
ly tu'Radicals? Who passed a unanimous vote
Hint he was un worthy iff u seul In the National
Legislature! Was ll not by a body ut men, more
than three-fourths of whom belonged to tile party
with which he ls Identified? If there had
been any palliation or excuse for his
conduct, do you suppose that thc party
or which he ls a member would have inflicted
upon him a disgrace which. In somedegrce, would
act Injuriously to lt? Un the contrary, lt ls no;
reasonable to suppose, and do you not bel.eve.
that il it hud not been u ilagrnntcuse of corrup?
tion on thc part of a member of Congress, that
Hutt ra?ntberofCongiess, associated and tdeati
ded arti h the great majority or the body or which
be was a member, and whose political opinions
and sentiments were In perfect accord with that
majority-do you believe he would have been
sent home, stamped by them willi the Ignominy
of having degraded aud disgraced his position"?
It is Impossible for you tb so believe. Depend
upon it, il'there had been any plausible pretext
to let him escape it would have been resorted to,
for it is not thc habit or interest or partie* tu turu
on Its members, nnd the Republican party
forms no exception to the rule. Hut he says
his zeal lor the welfare and Improvement
or the ignorant colored men who had but lately
emerged rrom slavery to a condition of rrcedom,
aud who were poor and unable to help them?
selves, induced him to take the money ror the e.i
detshlp. Now, what evidence have you for lt. or
what proof have y ou that he ever spent that mo?
ney for that purpose ? You have nothing but his
word fur ii, and vou must remember and keep it
in mind that tne word of ft man who has dis?
graced thc high position to which he has been
elevated, and, by lils acts, has been deemed un?
worthy iff holding lt, must have corroborative
testimony toentltiehim to belier. Senator Ralney
said that he did not believe that he ever spent one
dollar i>rhi8 own money in erecting the many
schoolhouses o.' which he made such, boasts
that, on the contrary, lie had mnde money out
or all these jobs. Willi regard Ki the regrets of
General Logau and other mernb?rs of Congress
of Iiis virtual expulsion ami their desire to wel?
come him back as a member of the House,
he did not believe a word of it. If GeneraFLogan
expressed any such regret and desire, lie acted
more like a child than a man, aud had Justly for?
feited thc opinion that had boen entertained for
his firmness and honesty, but lt required better
proof than the word of thc ex-member of Con?
gress to convince him that a man who, according
to his account, had pursued him with bitterness
and illiberality which amounted to persecution
and cruelty, should so stultify hlmseir as to ex?
press thc hope or soon seeing In thc hall of thc
House of Representatives one whom he had so
solemnly and earnestly denounced as being un
wort hy of a seat In that body.
senator Ralney went on at some length to show
the emptiness or Mr. Whlttomorc's pretensions to
credit ror the many benefactions he claimed to
have conferred .on the colored race, anti cautioned
Hiern to beware how they trusted one who had
disgraced the high position to which he had been
elevated by their conlldence and votes.
As soon as Rainey had finished, he, In turn,
was ai tacked in lively style by one of his brother
colored Radicals, Representative Jones:
Thc flrst charge, he said, he had against the
senator, was that with all lils pr?terions of love
to thc negro race, he had, on a very Important
occasion, Ignored them by attempting to pass off
as a Spaniard. The most of the meeting would
recollect that last winter, thc senator and
hlmseir were appointed delegates to a labor con?
vention lu Columbia-that thc convention in Col?
umbia appointed delegates to attend a National
Labor Convculiun in Washington, and that J. H.
Ralney, thc senator who had Just addressed them,
were with others oue or the delegates. Ile
charged that when Senator Ralney got to
Washington, he lound that thc boasted equality
which ls represented to exist at the national
capital did not extend to everything-that there
were certain sights he wished to sec. Unit were
not accorded to those who had African blood lu
their veins, and he forthwith assumed witta
Vt'imbush, tho senator norn Chester, to pass on*
as spaniards, one calling himself as lion Rodrigo
and the oilier as Hon Alfonso.
Senator Italuey (interrupting.) That ls a He, a
Representative Jones, Keep cool, senator.
That is not a circumstance compared to the
charges I am prepared to make and substantiate
against von. He continued by saying that he
niude thc" charge on lils Individual responsibility,
and that he could prove lt. That he had en?
deavored to keep In accord with the senator, hut
found it impossible. The split was now made be?
tween them, aud when "Qreck meets Urcclc, then
comes the tug <>r war," aud he was prepared ror
that "lug." He went on to describe, in a very
ludicrous manner, the adventures or th? senator
passing orras a Spanish don at Washington.
He proceeded to charge, thal ll came with bad
grace from the senator to denotmcc H. P. Whliic
inore, who for three years and ten months had
braved his breast to rebel bullets-had stood be?
fore rebel batteries-had endured all that time
thc hardships and diseases of the camp, and
breasted thc dangers of the Held-all for thc eman?
cipation of thc slaves, when the senator was en?
gaged in the lucrative business or running the
blockade, by means whereof the rebels were sup?
plied with cannon, rides, muskets and ammuni?
tion to con linne the war, and to prolong the
shivery of thelicgro. That there was no excuse
in saying he could not get to the North, and Join
the loyal army, for each successful trip or thc
blockude rtiuuer placed him at Nassau or Burmu?
da, where, ir he had wished to juin the loyal
army, abundant opportunities were presented to
him by which he could havegottcu to New York.
Thc speaker pressed bis point earnestly and
vigorously against thc senator, more than inti?
mating that his pretended love for thc negro was
a nev; burn /.cal by which he succeded lu getting
position, and hoping to gel still higher.
He further charged lliat thc senator had a great
contempt for tuc Ignorance of tuc negro, and
said that he held In hts hand ii letter written by
him loan internal revenue collector, saying that
there was not a colored person lu Georgetown
County cupatsle of lining the humble otllce or
county collector: that, having a lighter race, he
looked down upon the 11 J ck man with contempt.
Ile enlarged considerably upon this point. lu
conclusion, he said lie had many more charges
against the senator, much more serious in their
nature than those he had brought against him,
but lie would not press now.
Ralney. llrlng Hiern out. ir they ni e as raise
and uusubstaiitlal as those already made, I have
no rear or them.
Jones. Don't get excited. You will and your
hands full when you attempt to answer thc charges
made against you.
Upon Junes retiring from thc stand, Rainey
rose, und was proceeding to reply to thc attacks
made upon him, In a capital and telling speech,
when Joues Interrupted hun by asking him ir he
would permit him to put a question tu him?
Ralney said certainly.
Jones. Then 1 ask the senator to Inform this
andlenco whether, when he was in Washington, as
a delegate lo thc labor couvention, he passed off
as Don Rodrigo and Wimbush as Don Alfonso, or
whether he played the part or Don Alfonso and
vrimhtish figured as Don Rodrigo? I think the
This question brought down the house, and was
too mncb.for the senator, who quit the stand with
animated disgust pictured on Ins countenance.
TUE CONFEDERATE DEAD.
REMOVAL OP TIIR1R REMAINS FROM GET?
"Nothing from South Carolina.''
Tho accompanying letter and circular ex?
plain the work proposed to be done by the
Hollywood Memorial Association, in removing,
to Richmond the neglected remains of tho
Confederate soldiers who (ell at Gettysburg.
So fur. only a miserable sum has been collected
for the purpose, and it will be noticed that
there is "Nothing from South Carolina."' The
suite which poured out lier blood like water in
thc cause of the South has, up to this time,
given nothing for preserving from insult nnd
pollution the mouldering bones of the gallant
men who fell in thc mighty conflict In Penn?
sylvania. Now that the truth is known, this
reproach will not be allowed to rest upon our
LuxixirroN", VA., March 8, 1870.
2iij Bear Mrs.-: I have felt great Inter?
est In the success of the scheme of the Holly?
wood Memorial Association of Richmond for
the removal of the Confed?rale dead at Gct
tysburg, since learning of the neglect of their
remains on thc battle-llelJ. I hope that sulli
clent funds may be collected hythe association
to accomplish this pious work. I f ?el assured
that lt will receive the grateful thanks of the
humane and benevolent. May I request you
to apply the enclosed amount to this object.
* ? ? * , * *. ;
With great respect and esteem, I am your
most obedient servant. R. E. LEE.
"To Mrs. -, Richmond, Va.".
The above letter was received In Richmond
by one of Hie directors ot the Hollywood Me?
morial Association enclosing a very handsome
contribution from General Lee to aid In the
removal of the Confederate dead from Gettys?
burg. As" It was a private loiter, lt was not
published until permission was granted by
General Lee. In a subsequent letter, dated
lTtli Mut ch, 1870, he says : '-.My former letter
was written for your own eye, and I nm always
reluctant, to be unnecessarily brought before
the public. Still, if you lliiuk that Its publica?
tion will be of any aid to Hie cause which the
Hollvwootl Memorial Association has so kindly
undertaken, I cannot refuse Hie slight assis?
tance within ray power."
We are Informed by tho president of thc
National Cemetery at Gettysburg-David Wil?
lis; Lsq.-that Hie charter incorporating the
association in charge ol that national cemetery
provides only for the "interment of the re?
mains ol* I hose who fell in defence ot the
Union." It is estimated that 7000 Confederate
dead were hastily interred at Gettysburg, (?00
alone haring limit graves marked. The marks
on these COO graves, Mr. Willis informs ns, ure
fast becoming obliterated. The remains of
Hie 7000 of our kindred wno there offered so
willingly their lives for ns and ours are con?
stantly, weare lold, being thrown out from
their shallow sepulchres "'as the farmers culti?
vate their fields.'1
An appeal has been already made .to thc
Southern people by the Hollywood Association
to aid in the removal of what we once esteem?
ed "our beloved and honored dead," from Get?
tysburg, a work which General Lee terms "a
pious work," and of which he, In the letter
ubove cojiied, says: "I feel assured that it will
receive the grateful thanks of the humane and
benevolent." This appeal went forth more
than a year ago, and abouUionc thousand dol?
lars have been received by the association from
Ihc following sources:
From Norfolk, Va., about.$450
From Uichittoad, Va., about. ??W
From General Lee and his family about.li".
From a lady in Louisiana. 2S I
From the State or Alabama. 85
From thc State or Georgia. 4B
These figures require little commentary.
We would simply ask: Are they a irue indica?
tion of our estimate of what we fought, bled
and died for, during these memorable venrs
between April 18GI and April I8G5 >. Is ike so
cheap In th's our land of chivalry, orl3 a name
and a nation but nn empty sound ? The Legis?
lature of Louisiana has recently-nobly, we
would say-authorized $5000 to be paid from
her public treasury for the protection of her
dead at Fredcricksburg. It was a righteous
act on her part, for it ls her solemn duty
to guard thc graves of her children where
ever found. They rest, however, In Virginia,
where the grave of the Southern soldier who
fell under Lee and Jackson will ever be a hal?
lowed spot. Bot our dead at Gettysburg And
no resting-place. Their bones He scattered
on that terrible field, exposed to every insult,
polluted and cast out by North and South, by
friend and foe. The Soldiers' Nattonal Ceme?
tery has no place for them, as it is only lor
"the remains of those who fell In defence of |
the Union;" and they arc thrown ont of the
shallow sepulchres In which, in our haste on
the field of battle, we Interred them, exposed
to every insult "as the farmers cultivate their
If there is indeed any one thing that makes
us tremble most of all for the future of our
country, lt is thc quick oblivion that covers the
past. The nation that never remembers the
past, will never be mindful of the future. Thc
present alone will be its God.
We ask, shall this be so in the South ? Shall
the North provide for its dead, and have we
no thought for ours ? Where is our boasted
pride and chivulry ? Eighty-five dollars from
Alabama and forty-six dollars from Georgia !
Nothing from South Carolina ! Nothing from
Tennessee ! Nothing from Mississippi ! Noth?
ing from Texas I Nothing from Arkansas !
Nothing from Florida! If this had been told
in their lives to the seven thousand men whose
bones now lie on the field of Gettysburg
the "seven thousaud who have not bowed
thc knee to Baal"-do you think they would
have so willingly offered up their lives
for us and ours, to make us a nation, to
give us liberty, if they had been told
that we would let their bones bc thus
thrown out of their graves "as the farmers
cultivate their fields?" In the name of our
country, in tile name of our kindred, in tho
name of honor, in thc name of bare humanity,
wc ask the Southern States and Southern
people, one and all, to come forward and res?
e?o our name and the cause for which so many
died, from this infamous reproach, that, unless
immediately removed, will be a lasting re?
proach to the latest day to us and our chil?
dren forever. Individually and nationally.
Communications and remittances may be
sent to Mrs. George W. Randolph, Richmond,
Southern papers are respectfully requested
to copy this appeal at once, and bring lt to
the notice of the Southern people.
pSf NOTICE TO THE BAR.-T II E
Members of thc Bar arc notified that the Equity
Docket will be called at 10 o'clock To-Mounow,
5th Instant. apr-l 1
.^NOTICE.- THE STEAMER DICTA
TOR will sail from Charleston for Savannah and
the Florida ports hereafter on MONDAY EVENING,
at S o'clock, Instead of TUESDAY, anil will, after
this week, arrive herc on SATURDAY AKTEU
NOON, Instead of SVNDAT.
apr] 0_J. D. AIKEN A CO.
jZSfNOTICE.-A DIVIDEND OF TEN
DOLLARS ($10) per Share on thc Capital Stock of
the Craniteville Manufacturing Company ls here?
by declared, aud will be payable at the oltlcc of
thc President ou aud after MONDAY, the 11th inst.
H. II. HICKMAN,
President Granitevllle Manufacturing Co.
COMMON PLEAS.-Equity Side.-MARY CUN?
NINGHAM, EXECUTOR, vs. ANDREW CUNNING?
HAM, HORACE S. HALL, ETAL.-RILL TO SET?
TLE ESTATE.-In accordance with thc order of
thc Hon. R, ll. CARPERTER, of the l?th of
March, 1870, the Creditors of the Estate of
ANDREW CUNNINGHAM, deceased, are hereby
notified that they aro required to establish their
rc-pectlve claims before mc on or before thc fourth
Monday In MAY, next. WM. J. CAVER,
mcli21 mlO Special Referee.
JJSF GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S
OFFICE, SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. C., MARCH 30, 1370.-For the
Information of Shippers, thc following letter ls
published. H. T. PEAKE,
GENERAL AGENT'S OFFICE.)
GREENVILLE .t COLUMBIA R. lt. Co., J
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 2S, 1S70. )
Afr. II. T. Peake, General Super'at S. C. Ii. II.:
DEAI: SIB: YOU will please stop the receipts of
Freight for points cu thc Laurens Railroad, (Jala
pa, Klnard's, Martin's, Clinton and Laurens,)
until yon arc notified from this oltlcc to com?
mence receiving Freights again for these points.
Yours, very respectfully,
(Signed.) W. ALSTON GIBBES,
nicb31 General Agent.
?Sr- CAUTION.-AUDACIOUS COUN?
TERFEIT !-Thc reputation which for many years
has attached to HOSTRTTER'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS, as thc standard Tonic of thc agc. and thc
large demand for the article, not ouly In the Unit
cd States but elsewhere, have provoke I thc cupid?
ity or the counterfeiting tribe, and lt has been ex?
tensively simulated and Imitated by unscrupu?
Tue most daring counterfeit of said article
which has been attempted, has recently come to
our knowledge. The engraved steel label on bot?
tles containing thc genuine bitters, with Its beau?
tiful vignette or St. George and thc Dragon, Its
shield, containing a warning against counterfeit?
ers, and its note or hand ror "one cent" at the
root, sigued by our firm name, has been copied so
closely that the fraud can only be detected on a
minute Inspection. Tua dark label ls also well
counterfeited, and tlie wording on both the imita
talion and genuine are precisely the same, the dif?
ference being simply in lite execution of the work;
that ot thc Imitation being somewhat coarse
than thc genuine, oilier counterfeits arc cb. thc
market, which arc tu all particulars the same ns
described above, with thc exception of a slight
difference Ul the spelling or our name.
In addi! lou to I lie above, these counterfeiters
have gone so far in some Instances as to place a
strip of paper over Hw cork and fasten to the neck
or the bottle, on which ls a vignette, and other?
wise printed to resemble the general appearance
or our proprietary U. S. Revenue stamp, but upon
Inspection will disclose the absence or the figure
"4," aud the words ".'our cents," also "United
States Internal Rcvcutu'," all of which, together
willi additional wordlug, appear on our gonulnc
stamp. Thc publicare, therefore, especially ward?
ed against these new counterfeits, and areradvis?
ed to purchase HOSTETl'ER'S STOMACH BIT
TERS only ol houses whose Integrity ls above
suspicion. The true specific ls sold lu bottles ex?
clusively-never in bulk.-HosTBTi'Ei? k SMITH.
j???-BATCIIELOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE ls thc best In the world
harmless, reliable, Instantaneous, does not con?
tain lead, nor any vliulic polsou to produce par?
alysis or death. Avoid the vaunted and delusive
preparations boasting virtues they do not possess.,
Thc genuine W. A. BATCHELORS HAIR DYE
has bad thirty years' untarnished reputation to
uphold Its iutegrlty as the only perfect Hah- Dye,
Black or Brown. Sold by alt Druggists. Applied
at No. 10 Bond street, New York.
jSST JUST OUT.-CHERRY PECTO?
RAL TROCHES, superior to all others ror Colds,
Coughs, Sore Throats, Bronchitis, and Hoarse?
None so pleasant. None cure so quick.
Manufactured by RUSHTON A CO., Astor House,
No more of those horrible tasted, nauseating
Brown Cubeb things.
For sale at wholesale by- GOODRICH, WINE
MAN A CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 23 Dayne
street. meh3l 4
pa- CONSIGNEES PER BRIG HAMP?
DEN will attend to tlie reception ot Cargo Tnis
DAT, at Atlantic Wharf. Goods not taken away
before snnset will bc stored at risk and expense
of Consignees. WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
pa- NOTICE.-THE CONSIGNE K OF
Railroad Iron per Schooner W. H. DEARBORN,
Scnll master, from New York, designated in Bill
Lading "to order," and "to be landed at the Sa?
vannah Railroad Wliarf," ls Hereby notified that
thc vessel is ready to discharge the same, and re?
quested to make arrangements for its receipt
without delay. H. F. BAKER A CO.,
apr4 1_Agents, Central Wharf.
pa- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
TSENNESEB, from New York, aro notified
that the cargo is being discharged at Pier No. 2,
Onion Wharves. All Goods uncalled for at sun?
set will bc stored at expense and risk of owners.
WM. A. COURTENAY,
pa- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
RENEWAL OF LOST CERTIFICATES.-Three
months after date application will be made for
Renewal Certificates of the following described*
Stock In the Planters' and Mechanics' Bat- of
South Carolina, viz: Certificate No. 15,949, for
Eleven Shares, standing in the name of W. B.
Heriot, In trust for Mrs. M. C. Inglcsby ; and Cer?
tificate No. 16,304 for Five Shares, and Certificate,
number unknown, for Three Shares, standing In
the name of the General Committee of the Charles?
ton Baptist Association Fund. feh4 lnmo3
pa- SPECIAL NOTICE.-BOOKS FOR
Subscription to thc Stock or the ENTERPRISE
RAILROAD COMPANY of Charleston will be
opened on and arter Tnis DAY, the 23d instant, at
the office or Messrs. WHIPPER, ELLIOTT k AL?
LEN, No. 91 Broad street, where thc undersigned
may be found daily between the hours of 10 A. M.
and 2 P. M. WM. MCKINLAY,
mcu23 ws2mths Treasurer.
pa-m MORE MEDICINE. -SEVENTY
thousand cures without medicine by DuBarry's
delicious REVALENTA ARABICA FOOD, whioh
eradicates dyspepsia, indigestion, acidity, nausea,
vomiting, wasting, diabetes, sleeplessness, congn,
asthma, consumption, debility, constipation, diar?
rhoea, palpitation, nervous, bilious, liver and
stomach complaints. It nourishes better than
meat, and saves, moreover, fifty times its costin
other remedies. Cure No. 68,413-"BOMB, July 21,
1888.-The health of the Holy Father ls excellent,
especially since he has coufined himself entirely
to DuBarry's Food, and his Holiness cannot praise
this excellent food too highly." Sold In tins of
one pound, $1 25; 24 pounds $18; carriage free.
Also, thc REVALENTA CHOCOLATE, in one pound
packets, Si 50. Copies of cures sent gratis. Ad?
dress C. N. DuBARRY k CO., No. 163 William
street, New York, and at all Druggists and Gro?
pa- AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.-OLD
Eyes made new, easily, without doctor or medi?
cines. Sent postpaid on receipt of 10 cents. Ad?
dress Dr. E. B. FOOTB, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
New York. dec?
^?S-TJSE JOHN DWIGHT & CO.'S
SUPER-CARB. SODA, thc best for housekeepers.
Established 184G. sept27 mOmosoAC
pa- WEDLOCK-THE BASIS OF CIVIL
SOCIETY.-Essays for Young Men, on the honor
and happiness or Marriage, and thc evils and dan?
gers or Celibacy, with sanitary hcip for thc at?
tainment of man's true position in life. Sent free
In sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCI?
ATION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
FRANK HOWARD, late of the Pavilion Hotel,
and more recently or thc Mills noose, will open
Tum MORNING the ,
at No. 140 MEETING STREET, directly opposite
the Boaid ol Trade Rooms.
ALES, Wines, Liquors and Cigars, of the best
quality, will be served, and Luneh dally from ll
till 2 o'clock.
aprl 3mos_FRANK HOWARD.
J S. K. B EN NE TT, '
REAL ESTATE AGENT
DEALER IN EXCHANGE, GOLD, SILVER, BONDS,
Office (at thc Old Stand) No. 40 Broad Street,
Charleston, S. C.
N. B.-Orders from the country respectfully so
JOHN MARSHALL JR.,
NAVAL STORES, COTTON, LUMBER AND RICE.
Charleston, S. C.
HUPEIN & WINKLER,
OFFICE NO. 275 KINO 8TBK5T.
J E. DAPRAY,
No. 277 KING STREET,
Over Drug Store next to Kinsman's Saloon,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
REFERENCES.-Prof. E. Geddings, M. D., T. L.
Ogler, M. D., Prof. Middleton Michel, M. D., W. M.
Fitch, M. D._mchlT Imo
pa- MANHOOD.-A MEDICAL ESSAY
on thc Cause and Cure of Decline in Premature
Mau, the treatment of Nervous and Physical De?
"There is no member of society by whom this
book will not be found useful, whether such per?
son holds the relation of Parent Preceptor or
Clergyman."-Medical Times and Gazette.
Sent by mall on receipt of flfiy cents. Address
thc Author, Dr. E. DsF. CURTIS, Washington.
p. c._septl lyr
pa- IF YOU WANT STRAW, MANIL?
LA and all kinds of WRAPPING PAPERS, go to
EDWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, oppo?
site Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
pa- TO PRINTERS.-IF YOU WANT
NEWS, BOOK, CAP, DEMI and MEDIUM PAPERS,
Bill Heads, Statements, Cards, Card Board, Print?
ing Material, Binding, Ruling and Cutting, go to
EDWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, oppo?
site Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
pa- IF YOU WANT LAW BOOKS,
LAW BLANKS and Legal Printtag, go to EDWARD
PERRY, No. 165 Meeting street, opposite Ciiaftcs
ton Hotel, Charleston, S. C. deci4 Cmos
pa- AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TRUSSES.-Comfort and Cure for the Ruptured.
Sent postpaid on receipt of io cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue, New
Thc American Ship PACIFIC. S. Foss.
Master, wants about ??00 bales Cotton to fill
For freight engagements apply to
W. B. SMITH A CO.,
apr4 Napier's Range
OR NEW YORK
The Superior First-class Side-wheel Steamship
JAMES BERRY, Commander,
Of the New York and Charleston Steamship Com?
pany's Line* will leave Adger's South Wharf on
Sc PSD AT, the 6th of April, at 6 o'clock P. M.
X?-The steamers of this Linc are haudsomely
and comfortably fitted up for passengers, and
their tables arc supplied with ail of the delicacies
of the New York and Charleston markets.
SS" Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Bost on'an a the New England manufac?
SS" Insurance by this Line half percent.
J9S"LOOAL AND THROUGH RATES ALWAYS AS Low
AS AMY OTHER LINE.
OS" The Side-wheel Steamship CHAMPION fol?
lows on SATURDAY, the 9th inst., at ll o'clock A.
M. JAMES ADGER A CO., Agents,
Corner Adger's Wharf and East Bay.
JpOR NEW YORK-THURSDAY.
THE Al SIDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP
Chichester, Commander, will sall for ^fiflBfc.
New York on THURSDAY, April 7th,S?fififik
at 6 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves,
connecting with day Passenger Trains from Co?
lumbia and Augusta, arriving -1 4P. M.
Through Bills Lading will be Issued for Cotton
to LIVERPOOL, HAVRE, Boston and the New
Eneland Manufacturing Cities.
Freight on Sea Island Cotton, Xe; Upland, Xe;
Rice, $1 per cask.
Insurance by the Steamers of this line X per
For Freight engagements, or passage, having
very superior stateroom accomrnodatlons.all new?
ly furnished, apply to WAGNER, HUGER A CO.. No.
28 Broad street, or to WM. A. COURTENAY,
No. 1 Union Wharves._ apr4 4;
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL STEAMSHIP
The favorite new Steamship ARRA-.^dpgSa?.
OON, Howison, Master, ls now ready rnXd^jffly
receive Freight for Liverpool, to sail letu April.
Through Freight received for all the principal
points on the Continent of Europe, and mila
Lading signed at Charleston.
For Freight engagements apply to
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
-pACIFIC W*R. STEAMSHIP COMPY*&
THROUGH LIKE TC
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier ^z-jr&tL.
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal street, ??Mk?l??
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the 6th and.
2ist of every month (except when these dates rall
on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding.)
Departure of tho 2lst connect at Panama,
with steamers for South Pacific and Central Amer?
ican ports. Those of 5th touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship CHINA leaves San Francisco for
Japan and ellina April 1, 1870.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Aspln wall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For rassage Tickets or further information ap*
ply at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the.
wharf, foot of Canal-street, North River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
VESSELS SUPPLIED WITH CABIN AND
MESS STORES ON SHORT NOTICE,
Captains and Stewards are respect- _J fjfllr
fully invited to call and examine theJSafiSB
quality and prices or our GOODS. Full weight
guaranteed. Delivered free of expense.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 276 King street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.
SS" Branch of No. 900 Broadway, New York.
rjRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA
And other places, should lay m thea-J^CC?L,
supplies of Clarets, Champagnes, Cor-Js2?!a6??
dials. Brandies, Whiskies Wines, Canned Soups
and Meats, American and English Biscuits. De?
villed Ham, Tongue, Lobster, Durham Smoking:
Tobacco and Imported Segara.
WM. S. CORWLN A CO.,
No. 275 King street, opposite Hasel,
. Charleston, S. C.
Branch of No. 900 Broadway, corner 20th street,.
New York._- sept28
jpOR SAVANNAH VIA BEAUFORT
Thc steamer PILOT BOY, Captain C. r _ ?IP^w
Carroll White, will leave Charles-aSaBC
ton every THURSDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock, for
Thc PILOT BOY will leave Savannah ever?
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, connecting witto
New York Steamships m Charleston on Saturday..
Cabin Passage $5; including Meals and Berth.
mch24_J. D. AIKEN A CO.
JpOR BEAUFORT, VIA EDISTO, ROCK?
VILLE AND PACIFIC LANDING.
Steamer PILOT BOY, Captain O. - .?tT^*i^
Caroll White, will sall from Ch aries-M?BK
ton for above places every TUESDAY MOBNINO, ac
Returning, the PILOT BOY will leave Beaufort
carly WEDNESDAY MORNING, touching at all the
above named Landings on her route to
Charleston. J. D. AIKEN A CO.
jpiOR PALATKA, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH. FERNANDINA JACKSON?
VILLE AND LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Steamer "DICTATOR," Captain _ a^Tmm*t?
George E. McMillan, sails every ?^gggg?
MONDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock.
Steamer "CITY POINT," Captain Fenn Peck,
sa?severv FRIDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock. Con?
necting w'ith Steamer STARLIGHT for Enterprise^
Through Tickets and through Bills of Lading
for Freight given.
J. D. AIKBN A CO., Agents,
Janis South Atlantic Wharf.
EXCURSION TO PHOSPHATE WORKS?,,
The Steamer "SAMSON," Captain p-f^
John T. Flinn, will leave Accommo-4MSmmk?Sm%
dation Wharf on WEDNESDAY MORNING, Aprn o,
at 10 o'clock, returning In EVENING fer Landings'
on this River, affording an excellent opportunity .
for pnrtlcs wishing to see this beautiful Rivery
also Phosphate Works, Ac.
Passage for the round .trip $1 each person. -
Tally will bc In attendance to furnish refresh
mcnts, Ac '??5" .
fhouid the weather prove unfavorable on WED?
NESDAY, thc first fine day following.
HENRY CARD, Agent,
apr4 2 , , ?iy Accommodation Wharf.
JlOR FORT SUMTER.
The Steamer ST. HELENA, Cap- _ _ ^TT*)^ .
tain D. Sinclair, Jr., will leave S&JBKSSSSE ?
above THIS DAT, April 4, at 12 o'clock, frowMar
ket w narr, foot of Market street. Returning at -
hair-past 2 o'clock. ,
Fare $1 60. J. H. MURRAY",
apr41* .... Agent,
'Q J? SOHLEPEGRELL,
No. *37 LINE STREET, BETWEEN KING AND?'
LUMBER of ereTy description arid BUILDING.-.
MATERIAL, Lime and 7 Plastering Laths, Paints,
Oils, Glasses, Sningjea; also. Groove and Toa gue
Boards, Ac, constantly on hand at the lowest,
market prices; also, Vegetable Boxes"
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