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irr^T TTUff IT_N?TMRER 1259.
CHARLESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1870.
SIX DOLLARS A YEAR.
TUE RA ILE OAD IO CONNECT
CHARLESTON WITH THE EACIVIC
The Freedmen's Burean Redivivas.
[FROH TUB ASSOCIATED PRESS.]
WALKINGTON, April 5.
Judge Brad loy, of tue Supreme Court,
leaves for New Orleans nu Hie 1st ot May, for the
purpose of try lug such eases as may come before
Collector Bailey's defalcation amounts to two
hundred thousand dollars.
Michael Vidal, of New Orleans, has been eon
"firmed as consul to Tripoli.
The Colored Philosophical Society, of Virginia,
have petitioned Congress to call this country the
Onlted States of Columbia, instead of America.
Thc President, vice-President, Cabinet, Supreme
Coojtt, foreign legations, marine baud and many
celebrities, are at the Honse of Representatives
In honor of the late General Thomas. Ry some
means the negroes were not allowed to be pre?
sent on thc il--or or in the galleries. It U stated
that tickets were required. Tiie colored popula?
tion are discontented; they crowded the corridors
or the capitol.
Representatives or the 30th and 32d parallel South?
ern Pacific Railroad routes, are before the Sen?
ate Committee. A strong lobby and able lawyers
argued for the Atlantic and Great Western and
thc Memphis and Little Rock and El Paso lines.
Senator Kellogg made a speech In support of the
road from Callville or Marshall, Texas, to El
Paso, thence to San Diego, with a connection to
Opelousas, Louisiana, and Little Rock, Arkansas,
making a continuous line with Hie Shrcvcporr,
Monroe and "Vicksburg Rond to Charleston, S. C.
It seems probable that only Kellogg's line through
the centre of thc cotton belt can pass. Fremoat's
Interest representing the Memphis, Little Rock
and Jefferson, offer to compromise.
The Sena'e adopted the resolution passed by
the House relative to the Oneida disaster; it now
goes to the President, lt demands a thorough In?
vestigation into thc affair.
Certain German citizens of Tennessee petition?
ed for the reconstruction of Tennessee.
The case of Georgia was resumed. Sumner de?
nounced Bingham's amendment as au engine of
rebel power, and the doctrine or State Rights as a
great heresy with which reconstruction had to
contend. He claimed that thc only arguments
against the power or Congress to interfere was
based upon technicalities; that Congress was a
high court of equity, with Georgia at thc bar.
Carpenter. In reply to Sumner, delivered a
lengthy constitutional argument against thc val?
idity of fundamental conditions upon a State,
urging that Georgia should either bc admitted
without qualification or kept oat until the gov
eminent could trust her.
Thc House passed thc bill transferring the pro?
perty of the Freedmen's Bureau to thc Education?
al Bureau. The opponents of the bill claim that
this perpetuates the educational features of the
Freedmen's Bureau bill.
Tho Recons;ruction Committee referred the
case or Shober, member elect from North Carol!,
na, to thc Elections Committee.
The report of the Secretary of the Navy, to the
Hou>?, on the Oneida disaster, .concludes: "The
Oneida was steering thc proper course, that the
bad seamanship of thc officers of thc Bom?
bay caused thc disaster, and that the latter ex?
hibited a reckless disregard of human life and
the common obligations of humanity."
The House, in committee on the tarin*, fixed thc
rate on clarified sugar at two and a hair ccuts
per pound, refined sugar Tour cents; molasses re?
mains as rep '. ted from the committee. Thc duty
on braudy and other distilled spirits was Axed at
three dollars. Thc committee rose.
Butler introduced a resolution auncxiig San
Domingo. Wood objected. Adjourned.
The bill discontinuing thc Freedman's Bureau
and fur other purposes, passed the House to-day.
lt repeals all acts prescribing duties for officers
of thc Freedmen's Bureau, so far as said duties
have not yet been fully executed, aud trans?
fers all money and property hitherto en?
trusted to thc Freedmen's Bureau to thc
account of the Bureau of Education, to bc
expended exclusively for educational purposes
among freedmen and refugees, having especial
reference to aiding the establishment and use?
fulness of common schools among them.
Thc Bureau or Education is to exercise the same
powers as those hitherto exercised by the Freed?
men's Bureau In reference to education, and es?
pecially lu co-operating with benevolent or edu?
cational societies, and the same co-operation
may be extended to State, territorial, county and
municipal authorities for similar purposes.
All buildings constructed wholly or par?
tially under the direction of the Freedmen's
Bureau, and now held by municipal or State au?
thorities, corporate Uilea or trustees, for educa?
tional purposes, or funds aristo; from their salcf
shall be forever applied to aud used for such pur?
poses. Thc com missioner of the Freedmen's Bu?
reau is allowed three months to fulfil all legal obli?
gations and contracts,and settle his accounts With
the Uuited States; ell other employees are dis?
charged except such as the Secretary of War may
retain for lite care of hospitals aud the collection
and payment of bounties and the pay of colored
soldiers, of which business he is hereafter to take
THE NORTHERN ELECTIONS.
The Radicals Beaten in Connecticut
HARTFORD, April 5.
Half of thc State gives English (Democrat)
a gain or 459. Jewell's majority last year was
411. Hartford gives Jewell 2859; English 3307.
Thc Democrats carry thc municipal election by
800 majority, and have a majority of four in the
common council. English ls no doubt elected.
The Legislature will probably be Democratic,
though the Republicans still claim a majority in
J* TOLEDO, OHIO, April 5.
Incomplete returns from the district indicate
the election of Peck. Republican, to Congress.
The Republicans also carry the municipal election.
The twentieth senatorial district, counted last
night as Republican, ls Democratic by 97 majori?
ty, and the third district ls Democratic by three
or four majority. This gives thc Senate to the
Democrats by one majority, unless thc sixteenth
district, which is close, should be Republican.
Thc House is RepubUcau by a small maj"*'*
probably not more than six, perhaps ten. Eng?
lish's majority will, from present appearances, be
CINCINNATI, April 5.
Thc Republican majority in the city average
three thousand. Thc school board stand 20 for
ano 22 against the Bible in the schools.
LATEST EH ASE OE THE WAR IX
RICHMOND, April 5.
The city troubles will at last go to the United
States Supreme Court. A motlou by Ellyson and
others to dissolve the Injunction will be heard on
Thursday, In Washington, by Chief-Justice Chase.
The motion is made 1st, on want or jurisdiction;
2d, that there ls no equity in the bill, and, 3d, the
facts show that the injunction was improvlden
tially awarded. In the meantime, affairs will be
peacefully conducted here. The writ of ejectment
against Mayor Ellyson, the doubt of the legali?
ty of .which caused General Canby to dedin;; giv?
ing military aid to the marshal, will be referred
to Attorney-General noar for bis decision. The
two Mayors go on. as usual, holding courts, with
their police peacefully on the streets. The State
Court has enjoined the city officials from paying
or o'borw.se recognizing Mayor Chahotn, his
pol.ee, or any or hi old city government.
A Stormy Time In. the * rcnch Chumben.
TAKIS, April 5.
Thc Corps L?gislatif had a stormy session.
Jules Favre made a violent attack on thc Scnatus
Consultum which would add greatly to personal
power. Ile said thc power of declaring war and
peace should not bc left to the chief of the State,
who, after a fortunate war, could crush the legis?
lative power. Thc proposed alteration of the
constitution he denounced as thc ultima ratio
ot despotism. His speech caused great excite?
ment In the Chamber. Dcmauds were made to
set thc question aside. It was decided, by 101 to
4, to proceed with the discussion. 0>ving to the
lateness of the hour, thc setting adjourned; so thc
expected debate will be resumed, and thc result
Thc Irian. Bill u Law.
LONDON, April 5.
The Queen has signed thc bill for the preserva?
tion of peace iu Ireland. ^
TU? Strikes of the French Woklngmen.
. PARIS, April 5.
Advices from La Creuzot are more favorable.
No collisions have taken place. Schneider peti?
tions the government to withdraw thc troops, as
their presence tends to keep discontent ulive.
The European Grain Prospect.
LONDON, April 5.
The French cable shares have declined in con?
sequence of the proposed competition.
Importations or wheat, oats and other grains
from the Baltic provinces of Kussia, are nu heavy
as to depress thc breadstuff's market herc a:.:! at
NEWS FROM HAVANA.
HAVANA, April 5.
Thc Teutonia, from Hamburg, and thc
Prance, from St. Nazaire, have arrived here.
Tue brig Poinsett, from Boston, is ashore at
Sierra Morena, and is throwing cargo overboard.
""She will probably get off.
The brig Philip Farra bee, from Boston for Mo?
bile, with a.cargo of icc, is ashore at East Sag us,
aud will probably bc a total loss.
Advices from Caraccas to the 20th nitimo have
been received. The revolution is progressing
throughout the Republic. Bolivar has joined the
revolutionists, who hold tho road from Caraccas
to Laguayra. The revolutionary General, Blanco,
ls advancing on Caraccas. President Monadas,
with his fleet. Tailed to subdue Careo, and lt ls
probable he will return to Puerto Cabello.
SPARKS FROM TUE WIRES.
Thc New York Legislature at Albany, yesterday,
passed the New York City Election bill and
The strike amongst the Schuykill, Pa., minos
ls becoming general. Only a few small collieries
arc at work. The proprietors arc very firm, and
declare their purpose to resist until the strikers
The McFarland jury In New York is incomplete,
only eight having hjeen secured thus far I rom
three hundred aud fifty examined.
GENERAL LEE ON THE WAR.
..If thc Trath were Toltt Jnsf now, it
wonld not bc Credited."
David MuCrac ls furnishing Ihe Glasgow
(Scotland) Herald with a series of interesting
Sketche?? o: American men and women. He de?
scribed his tlrst interview with General Lee as
'.When 1 got back to the hotel. I found thatl.ee,
who was aware of my coming, hail already (with
the courtesy so conspicuous among a class of
Amei leans.) Rent his servant to Inquire ir 1 had
arrived, and to say that be would like to see me
at the col lon e.
*'On Rjlug iberc after breakfasr, I was taken np
stairs and shown Into the room sn aside for the
"A noble-looking man, dressed In gray military
coat, who had been writing at a table near thc
window, rose, as I entered. He was tall, straight
and soldler-hkc, with crisp hair turning while;
short-trimmed beard, pointed at the chin,
and dark, imperial-looking eyes, very keen and
searching. It was Robert E. Lee, the old Confed?
.'As the tlrst w. rds of greeilng passed between
ns, there was a hidden sadness in his look which
Impressed mc painfully. He was suffering from
ill health at thc lime, but it was not a look of
physical pain. Perhaps lt was only my feeling,
but it seemed as if the shadow of ihe past was
over him-as if you could real behind the vigi?
lance of his dark eyes the fate of the South, and
of thc myriad who lay sleeping on the battle?
"When I was scated bc betrau to Inquire where
I had been in the Solidi, and about my journey
up-smiling at the somewhat doleful account I
had to give him ?rf my experience lu the stage
from GisUeu. He said there was another road I
might have taken-the one from Stanton. 'But
they say which ever road you take, you wish yon
had taken theotuer.' Ile had been twice by ihe
Goshen road on horseback. The scenery was
..He began to speak about Scotland, and said:
'You will meet willi many of your countrymen
here. Thc Valley of Virginia ls peopled with
?cotch-Irish-people who have come from Scot?
land by way of Ireland. They are a line race.
They have the courage and determination of the
Scotch, with the Irish dash ami intrepidity. They
make line soldiers,'
'.He said it was an old wish or his tu visit this
country; but it would never be realized now.
Stonewall Jackson had been In Scotland before
the war. He had heard him speak of lt.
"When some reference was made to the odds
against which the South hail f.nicht, and the
want there was of accurate statistics, I told him
lt was understood he was preparing a history or
the war himself.
" 'I have had that in view,' he said, 'ont the
time ia not come tor un impartial history. If the
truth were told j ist now.it would not be credited.'
"When the bv>oks that had already apprared
were spoken of, aud 1 mentioned oue. the proof
sheet of which, lt. was asserted, had been sub?
mitted to General Grant and himself for revision,
he said: -lt ls a mistake. I have never read a
history or the war, nor the biography ofanv man
engarl-d In lt. My o.vn life has becii written, but
I have not looked into it.' He added, aller a pause,
'I do not wjsh to awaken memories of the past.'
"ile spoke highly of Sherman's abilities-said
Sherman had always been a good soldier.
"Rc seemed much gratilleil when I told him of
the estimation lu which he and Stonewall Jack?
son bad been held from the Brat l>y the British
people, irrespective altogether of Northern and
Southern sympathies, lie said, arter a pause,
'Jackson lies In the Presbyterian burying ground
at the other extremity of Lexington."
-?T> i, ?
THK SKCUKT OP AIIVRKTISINO is not yet dis?
covered by all who advertise. A good deal of
money and space ls wasted in clumsy announce?
ments, which nobody reads, heavy standing pla?
cards which no more stimulate purchasers than
thc names on signs. Much money is uUo wasted
in circulars, which arc thrown jnto cutri?s. and
always received witil contempt, or in so-cailcd
iuTcrtising sheels, which nobody reads. There is
no medium that comes iuto such close contact
with the people as the newspaper; and ir adver?
tisers only understood their business they contd
make their part or the paner as interesting as any
other part or lt. In many or thc German papers
advertising is carried to an extent or which wc
have no idea. The newspaper is thc real ex?
change. Everybody goco to it with all his wants,
and almost all his woes. The consequence ls that
thc sheets are as lively as neighborhood gossip,
and often the pages devoted to advertising are
the best parts or thc paper. And the papers are
read through. The announcements arc always
short, always "transient," and oue looks at them
lu thc moi o sec what the world has to offer
him that day, oy way ot busiuess or amusement.
Perhaps bis next door neighbor has a rare piece
or china or a choice engraving .J sell, or he
would like to get an odd number or some serial,
which you would happen to have; somebody,
somewhere, announces something that interests
you, and so ure is made more endurable, trade la
quickened, and wants are supplied. Wc I ok to
see a more general u^eor thc advertising columns
of newspapers in this country, for all thc wants
and queries of il e.
-Basil Duke and Simon Bolivar Buckner have
declined the ofllce or chief or police of Louisville,
at a salary or $3000.
TUE FIRST G UN.
Thc Citizens' Party Victorious in Cam?
[SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO TUE NEWS.]
CAMDEN, April 5.
Tile election of town officers took place to?
day. Thc CITIZENS' PARTY elected their whole
ticket for lutcudant aud wardens, by a majority
of fourteen votes.
ELECTION IN COLUMBIA..
[SPECIAL TELICGIIAH TO TUE NEWS.]
COLUMBIA, April i.
The election for Mayor and Aldermen of this
city, under thc special act of the Legislature, took
place to-day. Thc Radicals had perpetrated the
grossest frauds in thc registration, by importing
hundreds of negroes rrom the country to register.
Thc election passed on" in perfect quiet. Out of
1?57 who had registered, only 1709 voted. The
Radicals claim to have a majority of 375; but the
result will not bc definitely knuwu till to morrow.
SOUTU CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL
AND MECHANICAL SOCIETY.
Colonel D. Wyatt Aiken, the secretary of thc
South Carolina Agricultural and Mechanical So?
ciety, lniorms us that thc following members
have been appointed by thc president to attend
aud represent this society in thc Immigrant,
Mechanical and Agricultural Convention to con?
vene in Charleston on thc 3d May next. A full
ultcudaucc or the delegation ls requested:
M. !.. UONUAU, J. Ii. Fl'UMAN,
J. 0. KENNEDY, A. A. GILBERT,
J. W. UAHRINUTON, li. P. WILLIAMSON,
T. S. lloiNEST, J. I). AIKEN,
R. P. WiiivNEa, ll. K. WATTS,
T. G. CLEMSON, J. M. CRAWFORD.
TUE WAR IN CUBA.
Heavy Fighting in Las Tunas-Two
Spanish Columns Routed, with a IiQSa
of Thirty-five Officers and Four Hun?
dred Men-Great Excitement In Ha
A Havana letter or March 26, to the New York
World, suys :
Again have thc Spanish troops been thrashed
The event, or rather eveut", for there were two
different engagements, occurred in t he district or
Las Tuna*. My information, l win preface, is
not obtained from Cuban sources, but fruin
French panics ami conies from Ray ainu.
A RUSS DE (jl'ERRB.
Ou tho loth thc Spanish commander at Canto
dei Embarcadero received a letter from a Cuban
officer announcing io him that the writer and
over ono hundred cotopunionp-ln-armx were de?
sirous 'T submitting lo thc Spaniards having be?
come" tired ol'Hie war and despondent as to ulti?
mate success; thal they were closely watched
mid unable to present themselves, lim that ir
the commander in question would only send a
force b?y?nd the River Salado, that then they
would tie abie io Join Mic Spaniards and return to
that allegiance they regretted bavins abandon?
ed. Thc com mander lamped at n honk so largely
baited, aud at once dispatched Colonel Qursadu
(no klu of the Cuban ex generalissimo,) willi thc
Battalion or Matanzas ?iud part or a companv nf
artillery, lo the Salado, lu all about 423 mea.* li
KO happened that at thal time tin- lunation ol
San Quintin and another, forming together
calaum of 900 men, were In seared ur luxurceiii
bands between Arenas and the River Salado, ?ind
uot many miles rrom the point indicated for Hie
submission ol thc Cuban officer and companions,
and. to guard agalust treachery and surprises,
Colouel Quesada was instructed as to how he
could communicate wltn the commander or the
column-this one at the same time receiving or?
ders to assist the colouel tr asked to do so. Now
for the results.
' ONE BPANTSn COLUMN ROUTED.
I suppose you have already divined that thc
Cuban offer to surrender was only a ru.*e ar gu?tre.
When his rominand reached Rio Abajo on the
11th. Colonel Quesmln discovered ihis to his POSI,
for there he was vigorously assuulted by i GOO In?
surgents, led by Generals Modest j Diaz (colored,y
and Vincente Garcia. Despite a stubborn resist?
ance, the Spaniards were forced lo retreat before
their fur more numerous opponents, but. to their
credit be it said, succeeded lu saving one of their
canons. Their accounts claim that st first they
were successful, driving the Insurgents before
them, and killing a large number, thirty-seven of
whom they saw and counted, but that, their am
munition having become exhausted, tbey natural?
ly bad to retire. The truth ls, colonel Querada
was badly whipped, and lost nearly one third of
Ids force, the Insurgent losses being less, as they
fought most of thc lime under cover.
A SECOND COLUMN ROUTED.
? s soon as attacked, Colonel Quesadu sent mes?
sent rs to thc comniiiudcr of thc other Spanish
column, but they failed to hud him. He heard,
however, the lire from Colonel Qnesada's artille?
ry, aud Ims ened to his assistance, but un fortu?
nately got lost In the woods, and never came up
with Colonel tmesada's command. The Insur?
gents pursued their routed foes for onlvafew
miles, and then turned upon the second Spanish
column, and commenced a second engagement
only a short distance from where tho first hail
been (ought. The Spaniards aguin were defeated
and compelled to retreat. An insurgent force
under Luis Figucrcdo, that had been watching
thc moveiuents'or the second column, took part
in this second engagement, and contributed
much towards thc results obtained.
My informants do not pretend to bc able to give
the exact losses or thc Spaniards In the second
engagement, lu the twe the Dons are said to
have lost between 35 and 40 officers killed, wound?
ed and missing. From this I inter they must
have also losi about 400 enlisted men-killed,
wounded and captured. My Informants arc posi?
tive thut thc insurgent losses were less than those
ot the Spaniards, but do not give them. They say
several Spauisli ofilccis, who were in one or thc
other or the engagements, have declared that the
lusurgeuts Knight with desperation, and were
better armed thau they were ever before known
W ll ERE A no UTS OK JORDAN.
General Jordan, by Spanish, Cuban and private
accounts alike, ls to-day located within ihe dis?
trict of Las Tunas, and some ur thc Cuban reports
have him present at the second engagement. As
Count de Yalmaseda has entered upon the recon?
quest ot the district, which Tor fourteen mouths
has been almost eutirely III insurgent possession,
aud as affuirs in the Camag?e) permit his being
away, General Jordan has come to Las Tunas tu
oppose the Spanish efforts. Reports ayrcc pretty
well in giving him a force of -tooJ men, wuk
which he will contest with thc renowned
Cuunt for the supremacy within thc district, with
Hue chances of success. It is plain io see (hat hU
policy is to struggle long and desperately to pre?
vent the Spaniards carrying out their plan. In
possession of the district of Las Tunas, tiny
would be within a few leagues or the Cuban capi?
ta", and the place would indeed then bu. more sc
llon-.'; ii'.reaieued iq lU? rear luau IS ever was ny
the front, with tiiosc In t he front moreover slid
powerful and very anxious to effect its capture.
From all this wc may therefore expect to soon
hear or more engagements of importance wiituu
thc district of Las Tunas.
From Trinidad there ls also news of a disaster
to the Cuban cause, not a disaster through the loss
ot men. bul through that of a train, which is near?
ly as bad. On tuc 18th the Spunish column ot
Colonel Martinez overtook and captured forty
four pack horses and mules, near Arroyo Velas?
quez, thc escorting Cuitan soldiers abandoning
the (ruin aluiost without fighting Meat, rice,
coffee, com, clothing, shoes aud tobacco, were
found to comprise the loads or thc captured
horses and mules. Opinions differ as to whether
these anieles were smuggled by the Cubans troiu
the Spanish lines, or whether :!:?v were brought
to Hie island by some Jamaican Joop.
MURDERS AND EXECUTIONS.
In Cienruegos City, a customhouse officer, on
the21st, killed Dun Rias Rodriguez, a Cuoun. be?
cause he opposed his foaling around a private
bath-house In which ladies were bathing. The
assassin has been arrested and imprisoned. The
results or the late arduous labors or the military
commissions of Cien fuegos and Villa Clara were
seen ou the 22d at den turf os city lu the shipping
lur Havana or nineteen prisoners condemned by
them-twelve for disloyalty and seven fur crimes
against the common law. Six of thc twelve dis
loyals vere sentenced to ten ynars at hard labor;
one to Tour years, and rive io banishment. These
nineteen prisoners, with thirteen more from
Saniiatro, nrrived bera on Thursday evening by
the Batahano cars, smallpox ls most decidedly
on the increase lu Clenfuegos.
Four Cubans were yesterday executed in Ma?
tanzas, they having been found guilty of disley
ally by a military commission. They were Cassi
miro, Francisco and Juan Rtvero. brothers, and
Antonio Cruz. They resined near the outskirts of
Ci?nagas de Zapa'a, where they were arrested;
and their disloyalty consisted In giving informa?
tion to a band of Coban Insurgents that recently
passed near their homes. Three of the men were
married and leave large families tn mourn their
death, and probably to avenge them at no very
distant day. In Cardenas a free (BO longer In?
dentured) Chinaman was shot by tlie authorities
on Wednesday asa Cuban emissary and author
of one of the recent cane Held fires of the district,
In Havana, on Thursday, a couple or civil guards
entered a bar-room, aud Immediately afterwards
one of them levelled lils gun at the barkeeper,
and without saying a word, tired, killing him In?
stantly. The murderous civil guard was at once
arrested, and now coolly declarea the killing was
M ATTERS IX GEORGIA.
A steam flouring mill ls to be erected at
Forrcstvlllc, within the precincts of Rome
The Financial Chronicle of New York gives
$5,770,000 as the amount of State Road bonds
now In that, market.
A lafge number of families who went to Texas
from Cherokee, Georgia, Intend returning.
Several have already done so, and those remain?
ing arc reported tu bc dissatisfied.
Judge Ivey, a prominent and highly respecta?
ble citizen of Baker county, was thrown from his
buggy and fatally Injured lost week, by thc run?
ning away of his horses.
Active "preparations arc being made by Mr.
Johu Winter to rebuild thc Bock Island Paper
Mills on the ob?sit?, three miles above Columbus.
The building wjl bc 90 by 100 feet, and lilied with
new and ImproVed machinery.
The colored Uapiist Churcii In Covington hav?
ing no home of worship, the white people, with?
out distinction of sect, contributed liberally to
assist them in bovine thc building.
The Augusta Fair Oreunds will contain about
70 acres, and have three buildings for exhibition
purposes-two, of 200 feet Ion? by 40 In width,
and one-the main building-400 feet long by 80
Some very important, changes are soon to bo
made in connection with thc Macon and Augusta
Railroad, among them the Improvement of the
bridges, an Improvement in thc mall facilities,
and a direct close connection willi the Augusta
trains, and last, but not least Important, early
direct railroad connection with Macon and the
great South wesr.
A venerable darkey named DI :k Taylor died In
Randolph County, last week, aged 105 years. Thc
Cuthbert Appeal ls responsible for the statement
that Dick was tlfe rather of over sixty living chil?
dren, twenty of whom were born by one wife.
Ile was brisk and acilve to thc last, and could
Imbibe as much "hell dre" as any other man.
Wednesday morning, thc 20th ultimo, about sev?
en o'clock, during the prevalence of a severe thun?
derstorm, thc residence or Dr. George B. tsmlih.s
near Benevolence, was struck by lightning, anti
the entire family prostrated ami PI mined by thc
shock, while Dr. smith was killed Instantly.
A magnificent monument ls to be erected in
Columbus io thc memory or Colonel Pevton II.
Colqultt, colonel of the Forty-eighth Georgia regi?
ment during Hie war, It ls or Italian marble, ele?
gantly polished. The die, three feet high by two
thick, rests on a solid base three feet square, and
Is surmounted tty a gracefully shaped cap ami
urn. Thc whole ls ten reetln height, and or solid
-Mr. Cyrus W. Field la wortli $5,000,000.
-Eugenie's tobacco/ation ls ten cigarettes per
-Even Mr. Greeley asks Tor au end to "the re?
enlist mci ion bedevilment."
-Ingenie ls growing economical, and now
wears some or her dresses twice.
-Mr. A. T. Stewart paid $2700 last year to the
police Tor watching his clerks?
-Hudson E. Bridge was elected president of the
Pacific Raliroad Tuesday last, lu St. Lonls.
-A French gentleman recently proclaimed
himself King or Patagonia.
-Horace Greeley's daughter Ida ls wrlllng
"Tropical Sketches" for thc Tribune.
-AChicago woman has procured a divorce be?
cause ber husband would not let her Join a ballet
-It la understood that General Ames, senator
elect from Mississippi, is to be married to Miss
Blanche Butler, daughter or General pinier.
-The French .Prlucc Imperial ls said to bc
clever witii his pencil, and has drawn a portrait
of himself rbr his godfather, the Pope.
-Mr. Charles Dickens, Jr., has made such
marked success ns an amateur actor that a false
report has gained currency in England that he
Intends to adopt the singeas a profession.
-Elihu Burritt, the learned blacksmith, ls try?
ing to Induce the English to adopt our orthogra?
phy, by showing that It costs them $50,000 a year
to spell labor with a n.
-The Kerman papers announ**} the death of
Moscheles, thc once famous pianist and composer,
and the tutor or Thalberg and Mendelssohn, at
the age or seventy-six years.
-The present Karl of Derby ls disposing or his
rather'? stud, just as the late Earl disposed or his
rather's aienagcrie. Thc mares Repulse and In?
spiration Wrought 1000 and 000 guineas respec?
tively. Tidi ly horses were sold ror 4849 guineas.
-There ls au old gentleman In Paris whose
only occupation consists in securing a copy of ll!?
hills or rare or all noted dinners. He has a collec?
tion or these extending over iorty years, with the
opinions o: the dishes and wine expressed by
sonic or Hie guests.
-A Pennsylvania editor rejects an advertise?
ment sent him by an Indiana lawyer on the con?
dition that he should take his pay In divorces,
saying, however, that he does so because he ls a
batchelor and the proposition is "scandalously
-New York rapers give an account or a man
lu Queen's County, In that Slate, who was seized
with hydrophobia, and it becoming Impossible to
relieve him, "lt was found necessary to cause
his death by smothering him between feather
-Lamartlne's estate and chateau of Monceau,
near Macon, was advertised to be sold by auction
last Saturday. Thc widow or the improvident
poet was compelled lo this sacrifice by thc de?
mand or the numerous creditors or her late hus?
-John Powers, who murdered a Catholic priest
in Rellcrontainc, Ohio, last November, has been
acquitted on thc charge ot insauity. It was tes
tlcdon the trial that he was known In Buffalo as
"Crazy Jack;" that he once thought he had been
changed into a statue; that he imagined lie had a
big ny lu his stomach, Ac.
-Melton Ellis, a son or thc proprietor ot a paper
mill In South Dedhain, Massachusetts, last week,
got caught In thc shafting and was carried over
the shaft twenty times, striking violently against
thc ceiling above and thc steam pipes below. He
was denuded of all his clothing except one stock?
ing and shirt sleeve. No bones were broken and
he is expected to recover.
-The New Orleans Times says that ever since
the termination of Hie war the mind or thc Hon.
Pierre Soulc has been unsettled, bul during the
last iwo years it has been completely unhinged.
Thc once great orator, unequalled advocate, ac?
complished jurist aud scholar, dwindled Into a
helpless and hopeless Imbecile, and passed the
Um two years or lils lire In the most frivolous and
imbecile manirestations of the complete over
throw or his once magnificent powers.
-..It Is almost needless to state," says the
London Daily Telegraph, "that the paragraph
now going thc rounds or the metropolitan and
provincial papers concerning court honors to Mr.
Charles Dickens has no foundation In fact. We
shall probably run no risk or error If we conclude
that Mr. Dickens' visit to her Majesty was In obe?
dience to the express desire of a most ardent ad?
mirer or Iiis works, naturally anxious to make
the personal acquaintance of their distinguished
AMERICANS IN EUROPE.-The Naples and
Floreuce Observer, of Mardi 5, records thc arri?
val at thc /Vi?ton de Suez or three Misses Camp?
bell, or Charleston, S. C. The same Journal says:
A large party or Americans, accompanied by
the consul B. O. Duncau, Esq., Mrs. Duncan and
Mr. Rogers, made an excursion to Pompeii yes?
terday, where, by order ol Senator Fiorelli, a
special excavation was made. Several vases, a
lew coius and various other objects were lound.
A sumptuous drjruner was laid uut In the Thermce
SUibiano, to which the guests, upwards or forty,
sat down. Thc day was remarkably Hue, aud a l
were highly delighted with the trip.
ps- THE RELATTVES, EMENDS AND
Acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Davey are
respectfully Invited to attend Hie Funeral Ser
vlcos of their daughter, ELLA DAVEY", at 3
o'clock, THIS AFTERNOON, at the corner or Legare
and Tradd streets. apn*
SAVE MON BY BY HAVING YOUR
EXECUTED AT THE NEWS JOB
?-ORDERS PRuMPTLY FILLED.-??
^.NOTICE.- THE STEAMER DICTA?
TOR will sall from Charleston for Savannah and
the Florida ports hereafter on MONDAY EVENING,
at 8 o'clock, inatcad or TUESDAY, and will, arter
this week, arrive here on SATURDAY AFTER?
NOON, Instead or SUNDAY.
aprl e_J. D. AIKEN k CO.
PS- GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S
OFFICE, SODTII CAROLINA RAILROAD,
CHARLESTON, S. C., MA RCH 30,1870.-For the
Information or Shippers, the fallowing letter ls
published. H. T. PEAKE,
CBNERAL AGENT'S OFFICE, )
GREENVILLE & COLUMBIA R. R. Co., \
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 28, 1870. J
Kr. II. T. Paake, Genei-al Supernal S. C. R. E.:
DEAR SIR: YOU will please stop the receipts ol
Freight far points on thc Laurens Railroad, (Jala
pa, Klnard's, Martin's, Clinton and Laurens,)
until you are nodded Dom this office to com?
mence receiving Freights again for these points.
Yours, very respectfully,
(Signed.) W. ALSTON GIBBES,
rach3l General Agent.
PS- CAUTION.-AUDACIOUS CO?N
TERFEIT I-Thc reputation which far many years
'has attached to HOSTETTEft'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS, as the standard Tonic of the age, and the
large deraind far the article, not only In thc Unit
cd States but elsewhere, have provoked thc cupid?
ity or the counterfeiting tribe, and it lias been ex?
tensively simulated and imitated by unscrupu?
The most daring conntorfalt or said article
which has been attempted, has recently come to
our knowledge. Thc engraved steel label on bot?
tles containing thc genuine bitters, with Its beuu
tlfal vignette of St. George and the Dragon, Its
shield, containing a warning against counterfeit?
ers, and its note of hand far "one cent" at the
faot, signed by our firm name, has been copied so
closely that i he fraud can only be detected on a
minnie inspection. Th; dark label is also well
counterfeited, and Ilia wording on both thc imita
tallon and genuine ure precisely the same, the dif?
ference being simply In thc execution of the work;
that or thc Imitation being somewhat coarser
than the genuine. Other counterfeits ure on thc
market, which arc In all particulars the same as
described above, with thc exception of a slight
difference in the spelling or our name.
In addition to Hm above, these counterfeiters
have gone so far lu some Instances as to place a
strip ot paper over the cork and fasten to the neck
ot the bottle, on which ls a vignette, aud other?
wise printed to resemble thc general appearance
or oar proprietary U. S. Revenue stamp, but upon
Inspection will disclose Hie absence or thc ligure
"4," and thc words "faur cents," also '.United
States Internal Revenue," all or which, together
with addltloual wording, appear on our genuine
stamp. The public are, therefore, especially war -
ed against tbese new counterfeits, and are advis?
ed to purchase IIOSTILTTEI.'S STOMACH BIT?
TERS only or houses whose Integrity ls above
suspicion. The true specific M sold In bottles ex?
clusively-never In bulk.-llosTETTEB 4 SMITH.
p#-A GRAND EPOCH IN SCIENCE.
From the time when, In 1834, Dr. RUG GE discov?
ered "Carbolic Acid"' and Its extraordinary medl
1 cal effects, nothing lu the history or Medicine has
equalled lt. Largely used by thc French physi?
cians In treatment or consumptive and scrofu?
lous diseases, lt was introduced by the Court Phy?
sician or Berlin, MAX ERNST HENRY, Into Prus?
sia, and from thence to thc United States. No?
thing else of thc present day can equal HEN?
RY'S SOLULION OR CARBOLIC CONSTITUTION
RENOVATOR. Patieuis get better after only one
close lut* been taken, and wc cordially recommend
lt. lo the public-'Editor "Argun." muli lvr
TUE NEWS JOB OFFICE
ALL KINDS OF PRINTING
NEATEST AND CHEAPEST STYLE. ?
SS- ORDKRS SOLICITED.
^sarHATClIELOR'S HAIR DYE.-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE ls the best In thc world
harmless, reliable, Instantaneous, docs not con?
tain lead, nor any vilalic poison to produce par?
alysis or death. Avoid thc vaunted and delusive
preparations boasting virtues they do not possess.
The genuine W. A. BATCIIELOR'S HAIR DYE
bas had thirty years' untarnished reputation to
uphold Its integrity as thc only perfect Hair Dye,
Black or Brown. Sold by all Druggists. Applied
at No. 16 Bond street, New York.
PS- AWAY WITH UNCOMFORTABLE
TRUSSES.-Comfort and Cure for the Ruptured.
Sent postpaid on receipt ur 10 cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue, New
ps- To" PIUNTEI?-TJ? 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. 106 Meeting street, oppo?
site Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
deci I cmos
pS- IP YOU WANT LAW DOOKS,
LAW BLANKS and Legal Printing, go to EDWARD
PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charles
ton Hotel, Charleston. S. C._decl4 Cmos
pS- 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. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
New York. _decl5_
pS- MANHOOD.-A MEDICAL ESSAY
on the Cause and Cure of Decline in Premature
Man, the treatment ol Nervous and Physical De?
"There ls no member or society by whom this
book will not be round userai, whether such per?
son holds the relation or Parent Preceptor or
Clergyman.''-Medical Times and Gazette.
Sent by mall on receipt or fifi y cents. Address
the Author, Dr. E. DEF. CURTIS, Washington,
1). c._sept] lyr
pS- IF YOU WANT STRAW, MANIL?
LA and all kinds or WRAPPING PAPERS, go to
EDWARD PERRY, No. 155 Meeting street, oppo?
site Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
pS- WEDLOCK-THE BASIS OF CIVIL
SOCIETY.-Essays far Youog Men, on the honor
and happiness or Marriage, and the evils and dan?
gers of Celibacy, with sanitary help for the at?
tainment of man's true position In life. Sent free
fa Beaned envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCI?
ATION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa.
jan28 Sm os
fgf NOTICE TO THE BAR.-THE
Members of the Bar are notified that Motions for
New Trials will bc heard on FRIDAY, 8th instant,
at 10 o'clock precisely, and continued on SATUR,
DAY, If necessary. A. C. RICHMOND,
apre 3_ _c. c. p.
^-NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING
claims against the Estate of J. P. BREDENBERG,
of Charleston, deceased, will present them duly
attested, and all persons Indebted thereto will
make payment to Mr. F. WILLIAM STENDER,
Ko. 549 King street. J. J. BREDENBERG,
pST NEW CHURCH LECTURES.-THE
Rev. LOUIS H. TAFEL, Missionary or the-]
Kew Church Association in South Carolina, Geor?
gi a and Florida, will deliver a series of Lectures
at Holmes' Ball, as follows :
WEDNESDAY, April 6- '-The Atonement not vi?
THURSDAY, April 7-"Charity and Faith.? ?
SUNDAY, April 10-"The Old Church and the
The Lectures to commence at s P. M. The pub?
lic arc Invited to attend. aprO 4
par AT A MEETING OF THE TOWN
Council of Moultrlevllle, held on Monday evening,
4th April, 1870, lt was
Resolved, That his Honor, the Intendant, be in-,
strucied to advertise for cstlmutes for levcllfog*|
and lllliug up the few retuning Lots which have
been excavated, and where owners have thus rar
neglected to UH them. And that personal
service or this Resolution be made on the
owners of such Lots.
Extract from thc uJIbutM.
D. B. GILLILAND, '
Clerk of Town Council.
In accordance with the above Resolution, esti?
mates are Invited fur doing the work specified
therein. Particulars can bc obtained by applying
to Nos. 21 und 23 VcuUuc Range.
JOHN M. TOOHEY,
??r CONSIGNEES PER STEAMER
FALCON, from Baltimore, arc hereby notified
that she ls THIS DAY discharging Cargo at Pier No.
1, Union Wharves. All goods not taken away at
sunset will remain on wharf at Consignees' risk.
qpra 2_MORDECAI A CO., Agents.
?ar* THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN
AND TRUST COMPANY-CHARLESTON, S. C.,
APUIL4, 1870.-DIVIDEND No. 2.-The Board of
Directors of this Company having declared a Semi
Annual Dividend or SIX PER CENT, on the Capi?
tal Stuck ol the Company paid up to Goth ult., the
same w^ be paid the Stockholders at the Ofllce,
No. 19 Broad street, on and arter THIS DAY.
TUOS. R. WARING,
^NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING
claims against thc Estate or ANN INGLIS, de?
ceased, will present them, duly attested, and all
persons Indebted thereto will make payment to
thc undersigned, at thc Law Office or BREWSTER,
SPBATT A BCRKE, No. 03 Broad street.
J. E. BURKE,
nicli23 w3 Administrator cum test, annex.
pt)- NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAV?
ING claims against the Estate ot GUY INGLIS,
deceased, will present them duly attested, and
all persons Indebted thereto will make payment
to the undersigned, at thc Law Onice of Brews?
ter, Spratt A- Burke, No. 08 Bread street.
J. E. BURKE,
Administrator debonls non cum test annex.
??-ROWENA M. CLARK, ET AL,
VS. JOHN PORTEUS DEVEAUX, EXECUTOR OF
J. P. DE VEAUX.-By virtue or an order of the
Honorable R. U. CARPENTER, Judge of First Cir?
cuit, to me directed, the Creditors of the late J
P. DEVEAUX arc hereby required to present and
prove their claims before me, at the Office of
BROWN A MIEELL, Attorneys at Law, Law Range,
Broad street, city of Charleston, on or before thc
Ont Monday of May, 1870, or bc debarred thc ben
cfit of any Decree which may be made In the
above cause. WILLIAM E. M1KELL,
Charleston, March 8th. 1870. nicho w8ml
.ACORNS SOLVENT-A NEW DIS?
COVERY.-Mark this : If you feel the least pain
during or after the operation, or ll you are not
satlsded, you'll not pay.
Mons. BERGER will henceforth remove Corns
by a NEW SOLVENT, which acts only on Corns,
and has no more effect on the skin aud flesh than
pure water. One must see to believe. Apply at
No. 332 KING STREET, from 9 to 12 o'clock M.
p3-m MORE MEDICINE.-SEVENTY
thousand cures without medicine by DuBarry's
delicious REVALENTA ARABICA FOOD, which
eradicates dyspepsia, Indigestion, acidity, nausea,
vomiting, wasting, diabetes, sleeplessness, cougn,
asthma, consumption, debility, constipation, diar?
rhoea, palpitation, nervous, bilious, liver and
stomach complaints. It nourishes better than
meat, and saves, moreover, tiny times its costin
other remedies. Cure No. 83,413-"ROILE, Joly 21,
1808.-Thc health or the Holy Father Is excellent,
especially since he has confined himself entirely
to DuBarry's Fuod, and his Holiness cannot praise
this excellent rood too highly." Sold In tins or
one pound, $1 25; 24 pounds $18; carriage free.
Also, the REVALENTA CHOCOLATE, in one pound
packets, $1 60. Copies of cures sent gratis. Ad?
dress C. N. Ol'BARRY Sc CO., No. 163 William
street, New York, and at all Druggists and Gro?
cers. apr2 ll
CRUSHED SUGAR,. SEVEN POUNDS
FOR ONE DOLLAR. At
apr5 WILSON'S GROCERY.
FRANK HOWARD, late of the Pavilion Hotel,
and more recently of thc Mills House, will open
Tuis MORNING the
at No. 146 MEETING STREET, directly opposite
the Board of Trade Rooms.
ALES, Wines, Liquors and Cigars, of the best
quality, will be served, and Lunch dally from ll
till 2 o"clock.
apr! 3mos_FRANK HOWARD.
pH UP EIN & WINKLER,
OFFICE NO. 276 KINO .STREET.
J S. K. DENNETT,
* REAL ESTATE AGENT
DEALER IN EXCHANGE, GOLD, SILVER, BONDS,
Office (at the Old Stand) No. 40 Broad Street,
Charleston, S. C.
K. B.-Orders from the country respectfully so?
licited, aprl fmw3mosp*c
gUPERIOR COLOGNE WA TER.
Manufactured and for sale by
Dr. H. BAER.
oct6 *o. isl Meeting street.
IF YOU WANT BLANK BOOKS MADE
TO ORDER, and of the best material, to any
patt ?ra go to
No. 156 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel
Charleston. S. C._ decl4 amos
IF YOU WANT NOTE, LETTER AND
CAP PAPERS and ENVELOPES, go to
EDWARD PERRY. " ,
No. 156 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hote.
Charleston, S. C. decli emos
The American Ship PACIFIC, a FOBS.
Master, wants about 500 bales Cotton to fill
For freight engagements apply to
W. B. SMITH k CO.,
apr-t mwf3 Napier's Range.
JP o R NEW Y O BK.
WEDNESDAY, GTH INST., AT 10 O'CLOCK AM.
The Superior First-class Side-wheel Steamship
JAKES BEERY, Commander,
Of the New York and Charleston Steamship Com?
pany's Line, will leave Adger's Sonth Wharf on
WEDNESDAY, the ath Inst., at io o'clock A. M.
49- Tlie steamers of this Line are handsomely
and comfortably fitted up for passengers, and
their tables arc supplied with all of the delicacies
of the New York and Charleston markets. - .
SST Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston and thc New England manufac?
ta- Insurance by this Line half per cent.
J8EJ"L0CAL AND THRO (JOE RATES ALWAYS AS LOW
AS ANY OTHER LINE.
50- Tas Side-wheel Steamship MANHATTAN fol?
lows on SATURDAY, the 9th Inst., at ll o'clock A.
M. JAMES ADGER k CO., Agents,
Corner Adger's Wharf and East Bay.
"POE NEW YORK-THURSDAY.
THE Al SIDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP
Chichester, Commander, wlU sall for
Nen' York on THURSDAY, April 7th 'gCZUB&g
at 5 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves,
connecting with day Passenger Trains from Co?
lumbia and Angusta, arriving at 4 P. M.
Through Bills Lading will bc issued for Cotton
to LIVERPOOL, HAYRE, Boston and the New
England Manufacturing Cities.
Freight on Sealsland Cotton, %c; Upland, J_c:
Rice, SI per cask.
Insurance by the Steamers of this line per
For Freight engagements, or passage, having
very superior stateroom accommodatlons.all new?
ly furnished, apply to WAGNER, HUGER* CO., No.
26 Broad street, or to WM. A. COURTENAY,
No. 1 Pnlon Wharves._apr* 4
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA BOS?
TON, AND THE CITIES OF TUE NORTH?
THROUGH BILLS OF LADINO GIVEN FOR ?
COTTON TO BREMEN.
The line steamship FALCON, Horsey, jf&tt*.
Commander, win sail for Baltimore on *<S.rauffi*j
SATURDAY, the 9th of April, ut ll A M.
Thc SEA GULL will follow on thc 14th.
49- Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional Insurance,and Consignees are allowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Cottons from .
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
apro wfs3 No. 2 Union Wharves.
Y O B
CILVRLESTON AND LIVERPOOL STEAMSHIP
The favorite new Steamship ARRA-^H^??*.
CON', Howison, Master, ls now ready lo????j??????
receive Freight for Liverpool, to sall I6r.ii April.
Through Freight received for all the principal
points on thc Continent of Europe, and Bills
Lading slgucd at Charleston.
For Freight engagements apply to .
ROBERT MURE k CO.,
-pACIFIC HAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers or the absve line leave Pler_*&8?fc.
So. 42, North River, root or Canal street,_gK||__?
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the Stn and
21st of every month (except when these dates fall
on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding.)
Departure of the 2lst connect at Panama
with steamers for South Pacific and Central Amer?
ican ports. Those ot Ath touch at Manzanillo.
steamship CHINA leaves San Fransisco for
Japan and China April 1, 1870.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct Irom New York to Aspinwail.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Mechelle and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or fumier information ap?
ply at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFHOE, on the
wharf, foot of Canal-6treet, North River, New
York. F. K. BABY, Agent.
ESSELS SUPPLIED WITH CABEN AND
MESS STORES ON SHORT NOTICE.
Captains and Stewards are respect- ^i"*^^
rudy Invited to call and examine tiip~<|_jffl_*
quality and prices of our GOODS. FuU weigbt
guaranteed. Delivered free of expense.
WM. S. CORWIN ? CO.,
No. 275 King street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.
MS- Branch of No. 900 Broadway, New York.
rJIRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA
And other places, should lay In JrfJjjL
supplies of Clarets, Champagnes, Cor-2fifi__5_
dialB, Brandies, Whiskies Wines, Canned Soups
and Meats, American and English Biscuits, De-,
vdied Ham, Tongue, Lobster. Durham Smoking
Tobacco and Imported Segars.
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 275 King street, opposite Hasel;
Charleston, S. O.
Branch of No. 900 Broadway, corner 20th street,
New York. _ _sepi28
JpiOR SAVANNAH VIA BEAUFORT.
Hie steamer PILOT BOY, Captain C. -
Carroll White, will leave Char!e3-??????E32
ton every THURSDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock, for
Thc PILOT BOY will leave Savannah every
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, connecting with
New York Steamships lu Charleston on Saturday.
Cabin Passage $5; including Meals and Berth.
mch24 _J. D. AIKEN k CO.
"UIOR BEAUFORT, VIA EDISTO, ROCK?
VILLE AND PACIFIC LANDING.
Steamer PILOT BOY, Captain C. - .?J-?^
Caroll White, will sail from Charles-i^^lsl-S?C
ton ror above places every TUESDAY MORNING, at
Returning, the PILOT BOY will leave Beaufort
early WEDNESDAY MORNING, touching at all the
above named Landings on her route to
Charleston. J. D. AIKEN k CO.
J". OR PALATE A, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH. FERNANDINA JACKSON?
VILLE AND LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Steamer "DICTATOR," Captain
George E. McMillan, salla every,
MONDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock.
Steamer "CITY POINT," Captain Fenn Peck,
sails every FRIDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock. Con?
necting w"i tn Steamer STARLIGHT for Enterprise.
Through Tickets and through Bills or Lading
ror Freight given.
J. D. AIKEN k CO., Agents,
Janl3 South Atlantic Wharf.
"ptOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF AND INTER?
MEDIATE LANDINGS ON TUE SAN
The Steamer MARION, Captain
W. F. Adair, will receive Freight at
Accommodation Wharr. on 'mis DAT, tne mn
Instant, and leave at Niour.
Freight and Wharfage must be prepaid.
For engagements, aPPft" __ _ HOLMES,
apret?lo _Ko. in East Bay.
-ir- 0 R FORT SUMTER.
The Steamer ST. HELENA. Cap- .
above fuis DAY, April 8 at 12 o'clockT 1 romMar?
ket Wharf, root or Marke", street. Returning ac
half-past 2 o'clock.
Fare $1 50. J. H. MURRAY.
apro 1* Agent.