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VOLUME IV.NO. 534. CHARLESTON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, M>Y 7, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS.
TELEGRAPHIC.
Our Cable Dispatches.
BASIS, July 1,1867.-The prizes were distributed
to-day. Napoleon said " people and Kings have
come hare to crown the ideas of peace and concilia?
tion. Franco ia proud to be groat, prosperous
and free, not unnerved by her material joys, being
thoughtful, she can see the national fibres vibrato
tar the honor of France ; but this noble suscepti?
bility should not create any fear for the world's re?
pose, aa we here prove our anxiety for peace.
This Expomtion marks an era of harmony and
progress, and the triumph of grand moral princi?
ples, which with justice alone can establish
thrones and ennoble humanity." The speech was
followed by " Tm Napoleon." " Vive VEmper
I eur" continued for some time.
ST. PrmsBUBO, July 1.-The Czar entered the
capital at noon. He waa welcomed bv immense
popular damonstr&tions.
PESTH, Joly 1.-Great agitation is reported
.t Gario Witz, and Vaeovar Stratimiravitz has
been declared dictator by the Servian population.
General Bableutz has been ordered to evacuate.
LONDON, July L-Lord Stanley announced in
the House little progrese in the settlement of the
Alabama claims.
LIVERPOOL, July 1-2 P. H.-Cotton declined i;
Uplands 10?. Bacon 41s. Gd. Tallow 43s. 9d.
LONDON, July 1-2 P. M.-Consols 94}.
LONDON, Jury 2-Noon.-Console, 04?; Bonds,
LIVERPOOL. Jury 2-Noon.- -Cotton quiet and
inactive. Sales 5000 bales-Uplands, Hr Orleans,
Lbj. Breads tufls quiet Corn 87s. 6VL Provisions
firm.
? LONDON, July 2-Evening.-Quotations unchang?
ed.
LrvTBPooL, July 2-ETening.-Cotton closed
weak. UrJicds, lDjaU; Orleans, IL*. Sales 7000
bake. Manchester advices unfavorable. Goods
and Tarns heavy, and show a declining tendency.
Provisions quiet, ffosin, common, 6a9 ; fine, 12.
Turpentine 80. Breads tul fe firm.
Washington Sews.
WASHUOT05, July 2.-Colfax, the Speaker of I
ihe House, and Wauo, the President pro lem, of
the Senate, have arrived.
St Marie on the stand, in the Barratt trial, tes?
tified 'Tasked the prisoner how be got out from
Washington? He told me he left the morning
after the assassination, and said that he was dis?
guised that none could recognize him as an Amer?
ican ; that he waa disguised as an Englishman,
with a scarf over his shoulder.
A Press dispatch from Montreal says that a m n
is on bia way here from that city to testify that
Snrrstt bought a knife from him in Monties! the
day after the assassination. The prosecution
hoped to conclude to-morrow.
The arrivals of members of Congress is watched
with intense anxiety. The chances of a failure to
?ecdie a quorum seem increasing. Mr. Wilson,
the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, has ar?
rived. The Committee had Messrs. S tans bery and
Speed before them, but it is understood the evi?
dence is of little moment Greeley publishes his
evidence. He had no communication whatever,
with the President, nor with the members of the
Cabinet, nor with Mr. Davis regarding the signing
Ol his bad. .
The extreme Radi cala held a caucus last night
at Willards.. A more general caucus ia called for
to-night.
N The President has never been officially notified
of, or aeon Sheridan's letter to Grant
The Cabinet session to-day ia represented to
have been somewhat stormy. Stanton supporting
hil views vigorously. Affairs io Sheri dana Dis?
trict? said to have monopolized the session.
To-night's train improve the prospect for a quo?
rum. Colfax enroroBfles himself confidently ola
quorum in the House.
There are twenty-three Senators present- within
four of a quorum.
Immediately after tho adjournment of the Bar?
ratt Court, a personal collision between Judge
Fisher and lawyer Bradly was only prevented by
tho interposition of officers of the Court.
Registration Isa Georgia,
SarsiDXAR, Jury 2.-73 whites and 289 blacks reg?
istered to-day. t
fifi V ' The ladlia War. ? ? '
Br. LOUIS, Joly 2.-den. Sherman, ina letter to
Gen. Hsaebsk, anya : " Wo must remain on the de
fenaive, but follow the Indians up, and attack them
on an possible oocasions. We must clear them
out between the Platte and the Arkansas, and
thea mono in. loros on them beyond , these
rivara."
m ? ?
Frons thus Weat.
S AS FnABcaaoo, July 2.- Alvin Flanders. (Radi?
cal), has been ejected Ckmgresaianal Delegate
from Washington Territory.
, Fresa Carnada.
OTTAWA, Joly 2.- Lord Monck waa inaugurated
us. --
Nsw OBXXASS, July 2.-A Galveston dispatch
says that a Monterey letter, written previous to
the execution of Maximilian, says that he was
?tripped entirely naked. Escobedo presen ted him
with a shirt to cover his nakedness.
.Martas* TatelUpteaco.
July 2.-Arrived, the Manhattan,
The Hex aid and the Associated Press.
Tho following letter has been sent by Mr. J.
Gordon Bennett proprietor of the New -York Her?
ald, tO the NSW York Associate! Press :
. Comos or THS HBBALD, )
; New. York. f
To Ute Gens* > News Association of tho City of
New York, and tue President and Executive Com
mittee thereof: Pursuant to article 2Sd of the ar?
ticles of association, I hereby give you nouce that
on tho 31st day or December next, I shall with?
draw from theaaid J jBac*:ifttw^ I shall, ol'course,
be reidy, io pay my proportion of any expenses and
debts o wing by the Association up to that day.
My interest in the small boats and other property
used by the Associa jon, and in the concern gene?
rally, will be there for isle to the other members of
the Association, puisuant to the 24th article.
J. G. BENNETT.
Domestic Marketa.
HCON DISPATCH.
Nsw Yass, July 2.-Stocks excited and depress?
ed. Gold 188. Sterling, time, i; Sight ?; '62 Cou?
pons 110{ allot Flour 15a25 lower. Wheat dull
and nominally ?lower. Corn quiet Pork steady.
New Mess 120 98*20 99f Lard quiet Whiskev
?toady. Western, in bond, SSL. Cotton quiet a't
%6fS. for Middling Uplands. Freights quiet Tur
Butine easier at 59a6?. Rosin quiet at 83 50a*4
r Strained to No. 2.
rann DISPATCH. - ?
Cotton easier; sales 900 bales at 26a26Jc Flour,
State $6 75al0 90; Southern, $950al3 25. Wheat
heavy; nsw whits from Georgia S3 85a8 50. Com
in fair demand ard unchanged. Pork firm at
82115. 'Lard lliall ic. Whiskey quiet and steady.
Bice quiet Sugar firm. Naval Stores steady ;
Turpentine 59a60c. ; Boeill 83 25a8 00. Freights
quiet Stocks strong. Gold 38i. 1868 coupons
H0|; Tennessee (Ts, new issue, 63}.
BADTMORX,', July 2.-Cotton very dull. Coffee
firm. Sugar closed activo and firm at 13?al3?.
Flour duli and irregular. Wheat dull. New white
82 25a2 40- quality inferior. Corn steady. White
$106sl 10; mixed 81 02al 05; yellow SI 05al 06;
mixed Western 81. Shoulders 9c; sides ll ?c.;
clear bacon sides 18Jc; shoulders 10?o. Pork,
Lard and Whiskey unchanged.
CTNOSNATI, July 2. -Flour drooping. Corn dull
st 73a7L Whiskey steady. Mess Pork $21a2125.
Bacon firm; shoulders 91; clear sides lil. Lard
dull; new 114: old IL
AuaosiA, July 2.-Cotton moze active. Sales
192 bales. Middling 23c
MOBLTJE, July 2.-Sales SOO bales Cotton-closed
quiet Mlnttfftiga 23c Beoeipte 12 bales.
WILMTNOTON, Julv 2.-Cotton, no transactions.
Spirits quiet, 52. Rosin Arm at $2 60a? 50, an ex?
tra lot of pele sold for 87.
SAVANNAH Joly 2.-Cotton dull and nominal
with s amafl business. Low Middling 22?c. Be
ceipta 123 bales.
Nsw OBLZASS, Jtoly 2.-Sales 1100 bales ; market
dull and easier ; low middling 23Ja24. Receipts in
throe days 1033 against 14oo. Exports 4189. Loui?
siana Sugar, yellow clarified 15j ; Cuba do. no
quotations. Floor in light supply, superfine
110 50; Extra 811 00. Corn, stock light; mixed
yellow and white $1 20al 25. Oats scarce at 80c,
Pork firmer et 23?a23i. Bacon shoulders Wi ;
Bibbed sides 124; clear aides 13? Lard quoted
in tierce? at 12ial2J, in kegs ISL Gold 38. Ster?
ling 48a52}. Sight Exchange on New York J per
cent premium.
DAVAO* TO CROPS.-From all directions we hear
that the frequent and heavy rains of week before
last have done great damage to the growing crops.
Especially has this been the case in the eastern
part of the Staid, where the water courses easily
overflow and drown the oom and cotton. We hope
the damage is not so great in this section, but it
must be considerable in consequence of continued
wet weather during the month of June.
But this is a time when no man ought to give up
to discouragement. Let all do their duty as
Kmptly and as best they can, and trust to a kind
vidence for final results. Remember that ' 'suf?
ficient unto the day is the evil thereof."
The Wilmington Journal says of the rains in that
section:
"The damage sustained by planters in Bruns?
wick, Bladen, New Hanover, Onslow, Duplin, Samp
Bon, Edgecombe and all the eastern counties, so
tar ?fcheard from, has been very serious and almost
irreparable. The oom and cotton crop havo re?
ceived s most severe blow, while the noe crop in
this section has been almost entirely ruined. Along
the Une of the Cape Fear, and in fact in all the
lowlands of the counties named, the damage is
very apparent, and the pernicious results of tho
recent terrible rains will oe long remembered."
[ChartoUe Democrat.
MIHIXG Nzws.-We leam that rich silver mines
bare been discovered, near Walhalla, m this dis?
trict. Mr, Lewis Eaton has sold bis mineral in?
terest to Northern men. Mr. J. C. Cobb has dis?
posed of his mineral interest, receiving stock in
the milling company therefor. We further leam
that this company will proceed at an early day,
with tbs most improved appliances, for working
their silver mines.
On Mr. J. O. Lewis' place, in the same section,
we leam that gold has been found in unusual
quantities,-?ewoee Onerier,
CHARLESTON BOARD OF TRADES.
The regular monthly meeting of the Board took
place at the Charlea ton Hotel Club Boom last
evening. I t
Messrs. HERMAN BULWINKLE and W. PBESTON
DOWLING were proposed for membership and duly
elected.
Mr. GURNEY, from the Committee appointed at
the last meeting to confer with General SICKLES,
presented a report stating that they had held a
satisfactory conference, lasting about two hours,
on Monday last. At the conclusion of which the
General requested the Committee to present then
views to him in writing, and that he would reply
in the same manner.
Sufficient time, it is thought,Vhas not yet elapsed
for General SICKLES'reply. The following is the
communication of the Committee :
To Major-General Daniel E. Sickles, Commanding Se?
cond Military District:
GENERAL, : At a meeting of the Board of Trade, 4th
ult, the following resolution was unanimously adopted :
"Resolved, That a Committee of Five, with the Presi?
dent, be appointed from this Board to wait on the Com?
manding General of the Second Military District, and
confer with him in relation to his recent orders which, in
our judgment and experience, are likely to tend to ob?
struct the collection of just debts, thereby destroying mu?
tual confidence at home, and creating distrust of Charles?
ton merchants abroad, increasing, when capital is most
needed, the disinclination of capitalists to afford it"
At an interview you had. General, with a Committee of
merchants of Charleston, yon were pleased to say "that
yon should always be glad to bear any expression of
their sentiments and to comply with their suggestions,
so far as might comport with your sense of duty."
Subsequently yon declared "that the military authori?
ties would do nothing to Impair the value of our posses?
sions, or to increase the risk of those who have hereto?
fore embarked in enterprises upon our soil ;" also, "that
whatever yon could do to strengthen confidence in our
resources, and to promote the material prosperity oi the
Commonwealth, should be done."
Emboldened by those declarations, the undersigned, a
Committee under the resolution named, beg leave to
call your attention to General Order No. M, Section 7 :
"All contracts hereafter made for the- manufacture,
sale, or transportation, storage or insurance of Intoxi?
cating liquors. shall, within this Military District, be
deemed and treated as p gainst public policy, and no civil
action, suit or proceeding for the enforcement of any
such contract shall be entertained ia any Court"
The liquors ta question have been consigned to parti s
here in good iii th from foreign countries and distillers
at tho ""forth and Weat The duties to the United States
on foreign liquors have been paid, and the tax upon
domestic liquors, also Be ttl ed according to law, and we
esteem it an act of injustice to those parties who have
consigned this kind of property to merchants in the
Second Military District in Rood faith, to suddenly with?
draw all protection from said property against fire, and
also to prevent owners of said property from collecting
their lust duce at common law. We are alarmed, ana
we think justly so, AS TBTRF IS A GREAT PRINCIPLE XX
VOLVED-a principle that reaches far beyond the interest
we feel in the article treated of in thia order.
The termination of the late unfortunate war loftus
with nothing but our lands, and the debris of our rail?
roads, to offer as security. The former required animals
and farming utensils for cultivation-the latter, money
to re-build them.
i our Legislature having wisely abrogated the usury
laws, and made money an article of merchandise, our
high rates of Interest causad capital to flow to our rescue,
but about this rime, - Bin was Introduced into the
House ol Repr?sent?t! ves of the Unite 1 States, looking
toward confiscation, which gave a severe check to otu*
prosperity, by questioning the title to our lands, and
Baaing them almost valueless as a security.
However, credit founded opon PERSON AL HONOR, was
still left to ur, but when we cease (o protect the property
Of those who entrust us with the same, and deprive them
of the power of the law to protect themselves, we strike
at the basis of the tittie credit we have left
We also beg leave, General, to call: your attention to a
portion of Section nine in General Order No. B2: "The
remedy by distress for rent is abolished."
We would reapectfully suggest that If your Order pro?
hibiting the distraining for rent ls to act retrospectively,
that it is a great Injustice to those who have rented their
houses, relying entirely upon the existing laws. The
Committee are of opinion that if this Order waa so modi?
fied as to act PBOSFECUVKLT, there are reasons to believe
that it might prove beneficial to the community at huge.
Tho tenant under the present Order, is deprived of that
credit bis goods and chattels naturally give him, which
to him may prove a souroe of great Inconvenience.
I We would. General most respectfully bat strongly re?
monstrate against any military order, In favor of any
etas? of citizens, tending to annul Or* tn any manner
change the condition of pre-existing oem tract?, unless
upon evidence of intended deception or freud, when ANT
process for relief of the Injured party cannot be too sum?
mary or severe,
In the uitfortunate condition of our country tor the
past few years, vary few have escaped "oases, and it la 1
but natara1 that the tgnoranfcahouefAW **** maaAcen-J
sure, ii not reeponaibllliy, should attach to th: se having
the control of their meena; hat such should certainly not
be the case, unless upon acme good ?vidence of an Im?
proper administration, ss no brmnaTy prudence or fore?
sight could have guarded against disastrous resolta, and
it Bo-jms but Just that all partiee bear an equitable portion
ol loss, according to their various interests. Our Courts
are open to ali caora, AMP W? HALL TRIAL BT J ?BT AS THE
PALLADIUM O' OOH CIVIL RIGHTS.
Wo also beg leave, General to refer yon to Order No.
10, nutting a blay Law upon executions. The Court of
Appeals of our State declared the Stay Law, as passed by
the Legislature, unconstitutional. At the opening of the
Coarta, after the war, the people in the country com?
menced suoing each other; the debbi were nearly all
local; the Northern cities and Charleston were scarcely
represented, nor have they since, to any extent, pushed
their claims at law.
A large portion of the debts sued in this Military Dis?
trict were, as we have been creditably informed, for sams
not over twenty dollars, and had a few executions been
pushed, tile whole debt could have been paid with a very
small sum of money. A owed B twenty dol?ais. Bowed
C twenty dollars, and so to the end of the alphabet; but
lt ls very evident that twenty dollars would have paid the
M hole indebtedness.
The daims being local lt mattered little to the public
at large who owned the property; for if every execution
had been pressed, tho aggregate wealth of each district
or county would not have been lessened; the property
would merely have changed "ocal ?WKSBS, bat the press?
ing of a few executions would have enabled the balance
of the debtors to pay out, without resorting to stringent
meeaUrsati
While- lt becomes us in a measure to sympathize with
the debtor, we should not loee sight of the tact that the
rights of the creditor are, by the Stay Law, entirely ta?
ncred. He has parted with his property; bia debtor is
enjoying that property under military protection, WHTXX
THE CREDITOR, IN MANX INSTANCES, HAS HOT A POT,LAB
TO TEE O HIS F AUTLT.
We, there.'ore aak. General, that the Stay Law be at
ance abrogated, simply because it was adopted UNDER A
MIST AK. IN FEELING OT PHILANTHROPY, ls UHWise, UlljU?t,
tnexpeclient and unconstitutional.
Wo have the honor to be, General, with high respect,
your friends and fellow-citixens. _
(Signed) WM. GURNEY, Chairman.
WM. 8. HASTIE.
EDWIN BATES.
" A. R. TAFT.
H. COBLA.
. E. W. TWAUlsTT?T.T
President of the Board of Trade.
CHAHLE8T0N, 8. C., June 28th, 1887.
"* The report of the Committee was received as in?
formation.
A communication was received from the Louis?
ville Board of Trade, in relation to a memorial
asking Congress to abolish the tax on cotton. Re?
ferred to the Executive Committee.
A communication was also read from the Toledo
Board of Trade on the cental system. Referred to
the same Committee.
On motion of Mr. GURNEY, the Executive Com
mitteo was instructed to furnish a report, at the
next meeting, touching such matters as had been,
from time to time, referred to them.
Tho Board then adjourned. -
The New York Evening Post, in noticing the
late iaahions, says :
The London Spectator has a discussion of the
new hat which is "coming in" in England, and
which is distinguished by a low crown and a
broad brim. The Spectator's article is likely
to interest both men and women, for it con?
tains also an elaborate defence of the bonnet
now worn:
"Is the funnel-shaped bat, the hat of Europe,
the distinctive mark of the West, which no Asi?
atic mentions without scorn, and no man who
wears it eyer dreams of defending by any ar?
gument of health, beauty or convenience, about
to perish ? It looks like it, for the extraordi?
nary superstructure has at last been attacked
in the rational, way. Artists have denounced
the tali bat, doctors have condemned it, wits
have satirized it, quiet citizens have allowed
that it has every bad quality a head-dress can
have, and still western mankind has pertina?
ciously adhered to a costume it did not approve.
The attack was too revolutionary. Some peo?
ple wanted us all to go bareheaded, which
seemed to mea accustomed to go covered im?
possible; some to adopt the wide-awake, which
was condemned as vulgar; some to fall back on
a straw hat, which was inconvenient.
"A man with s bare head is half dressed,
wide-a-wakes are worn by grooms, a straw
hat breaks when lift ea1 properly in a bow, and
altogether every substitute failed. At (last
some genius bit on a bright idea. Leave the
silk hat alone, but lower its crown, "and lo! the
work was done. Monthly, almost hourly, the
height of the funnel hat declines, the brims
widen, the edges turn up, until, if the reform?
ers have only nerve and cash, we shall, in
twelve months, be wearing a reasonable head
dress-a low, st iff sombrero of silk-covered card
board, with soft interior edge?, than which no
one could wish for a more reasonable or more
becoming covering. It will be light, for there
will be little of it; will shade the eyes and
Beck-far more important-because it has
broad brims; can be taken off for a bow, be?
cause those brims are stiff, and will not heat
the head, because it has the single merit of the
old hat-it admits of scientific ventilation."
POISONED.-We regret to learn that a little
daughter of Mr. Jessie Jenkins, of this District,
caused her own death last week by innocently us?
ing strychnine, which had been purchased by the
father, and left where it could be had by the child.
Too much care cannot be observad in removing
such deadly poison beyond tho reach of children
and ignorant pei-sons.-Kcoicee Courier.
When a book sells to tho extent of 140,000 copies,
it maybe piesumedthatils author has struck upon
a popular topic. Helper's " Impending Crisis of
the South " reach'.'d this enormous sale, and we
shall be curious to soe whether his new book, enti?
tled NOJOQUE, just published by Carleton & Co.,
will make as great a hit,
Sunday Street Can.
"Remember that thou keep holy the Sabbath, day
ic-> 4rc
MESSRS. EDITORS:-I know that you
allow me a space in your highly esteemed
appreciated journal to express the thoughts
that have occurred to me in regard to the viola
tion of this high imperative command,
necessity does not, cannot, exist; for the run
ning of the street cars on that day-that
sacred day of seven-Sunday afternoon and
evenings, is but the revival of the saturnalia
in this our christian land. It is hoped that
the Company will at once discontinue the run
ning of the street cars. The commandment
and nature forbid it ; it is no convenience
the public on that sacred day, but a palpable
desecration of the day, for "in it thou shalt
do no manner of work ; thou, and thy son, thy
man servant, thy cattle, ?cc, ?cc."
. If no other consideration would induce
them, commisseration for their employees, man
and beast, should induce them to abandon the
practice of running the street cars on
SUNDAY.
Crops, etc., In Anson County, North Caro?
lina.
The following letter in reference to the
crops in Anson County, N. C., is from a re
liable and observing gentleman, and can be
considered very correct. In a note accompany
ing the letter, he suggests the importance
our business men making a strong effort to get
the business of that section which naturally be
longs to this city, and which has latterly been
somewhat drawn-off by other points.
Editor? News:-Charleston being by right
the market of the Pee Dee section of North
Carolins.-though, by the apathy and indif?
ference of her capitalists and business men
other markets are getting much of this trade
a few words in relation to our crops may not
be unacceptable to some of your readers. Corn
except where injured, in the low or sandy
lands, by excessive rains, is promising, and
with favorable seasons henceforth, enough will
probably be made in the county for lise next
year. The wheat crop, up to about the time
harvesting, was very prime, but the continued
rains of the past two weeks have very serious
ly damaged such as was not harvested and
sheltered.
Of oats there never has probably been so
fine a yiel?-certainly not within the last ten
or fifteen years-though there is considerable
complaint among those who bought Northern
seed that they are mixed, some lots apparently
aontaining several varieties, and a part ripen
ing and falling down, while others are green
and growing. Dealers who supply planters
with seed should give this matter attention.
Cotton, though from two to three weeks later
than usual, was, until about 10th instant, vigo
rous and healthy, and every thing indicated
crop somewhat approximating our ante bellum
twenty thousand bales figures.
Planters had generally invested largely in
fertilizers, good stands were obtained, our
freedmen were working, comparatively well
(we have not been visited by Yankee missions
rles) and all felt encouraged that our efforts to
make a "big crop" would be successful.
But the two weeks just passed have put
different phase upon matters. We have had
rain nearly every day. Upon the highest
ridges we .tyre yet unable to plow, while the
level and-bottom lands are completely "drown
ed out."- Grass has gained such a foothold
that, it cannot bo fully overcome even should
everything favor us for the future. The plant
is looking badly-rust is making its appear
ance-and not over half the crop we antioi
pated oan now be made.
Last year we made in the county about four
thousand five hundred bales; this year we had
every reason to think we would reach nearly
four times that number-but now, if we make
eight thousand we will do well.
This is not written in a "croaking" spirit
but as the result of inquiry, observation, and
deliberate conviction.
Respectfully, E. R. L.
Li LE s VILLE, N. C., June 25.
Btr. Wade Explains Himself.
CINCINNATI, June 27.-The Cincinnati Com
merdai publishes in to-day'B issue a letter from
one of its men whom it sent to visit Ben Wade
at his home in Jefferson, Ashtabula county
Ohio. Mr. Wade is reported as saying, rela
tiv? to the account in the New York Times of
his Kansas speech, "That is a very garbled
account, and the editor purposely misunder
stands me. Why, sir, if you would make an
equitable distribution of all the property in
the United States to-day among the people, in
five years it would again be in the hands of a
few men. Such a measure would not be just
nor would it be of any practicable advantage
to the poor people if done. The editors and
correspondents who have been writing about
my speech know very well I am not in favor
of BU eh a foolish thing as the distribution of
property, or of disturbing in any way proper?
ty rights." About the Presidency he said
"My dear sir, I do not seek that office. I
never sought any office, and never will. 1
have served the people only because they
wished me to, and not of my own choosing
It is thirty years since I began public life ; I
am an old man, as you see, and need rest.'
On the labor question he remarked, "That
system of labor which degrades the poor man
and elevates the rich, which irak?s the rich
richer and the poor poorer, which drags the very
soul out of the poor man for a pitiful existence,
is wrong. We must elevate the laborer, and
give him a share in the proceeds of his labor.
The man who successfully solves that problem
will do more for the world than any man that
has lived in it since the days of Christ. I be?
lieve, however, that the shp.dow of the great
struggle is upon us, and we must meet it. There
is deep discontent among the masses, and they
will shortly demand that their condition be
niadc more comfortable, both in this country
and England. There is a restlessness, a fever?
ish excitement, a discontentedness with their
lot among the poor classes that we cannot dis
regard. The people want more recreation
more enjoyment. They are casting about for
relief from their monotonous and half-starved
condition, and they will have it. Mr. Greeley
is a wise man. He hus done some very foolish
things, but he perhaps has more knowledge on
all subjects than any man in this country. I
think well of his plan, and the idea of co-oper?
ation, if carried out among the working classes,
will do much to ameliorate their condition."
Mr. Wade then went on to show how in Cin?
cinnati, New York, Boston and other places
workingmen had combined, started manufacto?
ries, and were doing well.-Baltimore Sun.
REGISTRATION IN MISSISSIPPI.-A corres?
pondent of the New Orleans Picayune, under
date of Liberty, Mississippi, June 22, says :
A few weeks ago General Ord sent registrars
to this (Amite) county, and they immediately
entered upon their work. They gave notice
by publishing in both the newspapers publish?
ed in our town, at what time and how long
they would be at each precinct, and requested
all who were entitled to vote io meet them at
the times and places appointed. Without fur?
ther ceremony they began their work, and
are now engaged in it. The result is, every?
thing is being done in the most orderly man?
ner, without the least excitement or dissatis?
faction among whites or blacks. The latter go
quietly to the appointed place, register, and
with the least possible delay, return to their
respective farms and renew the contest with
the grass. A more peaceful, contented, and I
may say industrious people, cannot be found
than the blacks of this country. If left to
themselves, there is no reason why this state
of thiugs should not continue, and why both
races should not live together in harmony and
to mutual advantage.
THB CROPS.-INJURY, PROM BAD WEATHER.
The reports we obtain in regard to injury done
the gathered and growing crops is so contradic?
tory that we are at a loss to know upon what to
rely. Tnere is, no doubt, somo sections of the
District have boon flooded, whilo others have had
the most delightful seasons. In some places the
wheat has sprouted, in others it has not. The
ratio of damage, in this particular, to tho whole
crop we are unable yet to determine. We hope it
will be email,-Winnsboro News,
ONE PRICE
-:o:
WE ABE OFFERING OUB BTOCK OF SUMMER
CLOTHING, comprising LINENS, FLANNELS AND
LIGHT WEIGHT WOOLLEN, at prices which cannot
fail to satisfy all who are seeking to boy GOOD GOODS
CHEAP. The larger part of our Stock we manufacture
in our own workshops, which we warrant in every
respect.
We give below some of om* leading prices :
LINEN SACKS at.$2, 3, i and 6
LINEN PANTS at.$1 26,1 60 and 3
LINEN VESTS at.tl 60 and 3
CHECK CASSIMERE SUITS, SACK, PANTS AND
VEST.$0
GREY FLANNEL SUITS, SACK, PANTS AND VEST. .$7
CHECK LINEN SUITS, SACK, PANTS AND VEST... .$8
CB ECK MARSEILLES SUITS, SACK, PANTS AND
VEST.t?
WHITE LINEN AND DUCK BUTTS.?ll to 20
BLACK ALPACA SACKS.$2 60 to 6
LIGHT WEIGHT CASSIMERE SUITS, In fancy mix
tures, and solid colors, and BLACK DRESS SUITS
all our own make, at very low prices.
FURNISHING GOODS, adapted to the season
WHITE SHIRTS, four qualities-12 50, 3, and
MACOLLAR, WILLIAMS & PARKER
No. 270 EMG STREET,
CORNER OF HASEL,
CHAET35?SSCi?? S. C.
June 13
THE
DAILY NEWS
III
WE HAVE rJO\?_AJM>ED TO OUR NEWS?
PAPER ESTABLISHMENT a most extensive and
completo
Sapplied with a great vario ty of PLAIN' AND
FANCY TYPE, of tho latest and most approved
styles ; arid we havo every facility for executing
all kinds of JOB WORK in
ENGLISH,
GERMAN, and
FRENCH,
Bill and Letter Heads
Circulars
Pamphlets
Catalogues
Drafts
Railroad and
Steamboat Printine
Business Cards
Invitations
Sec.
&<?.,
&c.
THOSE OF OUR FRIENDS DE?
SIRING JOB WORK, will please
leave their orders with ns. We
will guarantee as good work, and
at as CHEAP RATES, as can he
had in Charleston.
CATHCART, WILLAN & .HORTON.
M*y9
tk%T The Friends and Acquaintance
Mr. snd Mrs. H. H. DELXON, are invited to attem
funeral of their infant daughter MART, This Af let
at half past Five o'clock, from No. 1, College street
July3
SPECIAL NOTICES.
83* TO THE P?BIJC.-THE JEWISH <
GREGATION (tenth Shalom) was organized in th i
about ten years ago, and for temporary purposes
structed a small building near the corner of St ]
and Calhoun streets. In this humble House of O oe
have ever since worshipped. It was their design
tho commencement to accumulate fonds toward ore
a larger edifice, more commodious, and moro in c
nance with tho wants of the present age. But
savings were an swept away by the war, and nearly
thousand dollars, set apart for this purpose, were
lost
The new house of worship is much needed, there 1
constant applications from new members, but no
to accommodate them. The servicer, of this congreg
are conducted in the German (almost identical wit
Polish) Minhag. And this is tho or.ly synsgogu
Charleston in which Israelites from Continental Et
can worship the God of their fathers in precisely
same forms, language and ceremonies as their
fathers did.
They are, however, too poor to carry out such ai
terprise unaided. They have the ground for the
synagogue, but not the means to construct the bulli
They therefore solicit assistance from their brethren
friends everywhere ; both from those of the Hon
Israel, and from all others, of whatever faith or na
believing that the Great Author of all good will prc
many to step forward and help thom in this their tin
need. They are extremely solicitous to finish i
new building before next Roth Hashanah (Sop ter
30), as there is every reason to expect a large accessit
worshippers, far beyond the capacity of the presents
building.
The new synagogue will be a large and bandst
though not expensive structure. Subscriptions or d
dons will be gratefully received by any of the und en
cd officers of the congregation.
Mr. B. A. WEINBERG, in a few days, will set out i
tour to the North and West to solicit contribution,
the above named object, and the subscribers coma
his mission to the liberality of every Jewish congrega
in the land. B. A. WEINBERG, Preside!
G. COHEN, vice-President
P. JACOBY, Secretary.
L. RICH, Treasurer.
49- Tho Jewish Messenger and The Israelite will pl
insert the above four times, and send account to Mr
RICH. 6 July
HeT COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, U. S INTERN
REVENUE, SECOND DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLI
NO. 48 BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C., June
1867.-The Taxes on the Annual List for 1867, corni
lng Taxes on Income, Billiard Tables kept for private
Carriages, Plate and Gold Watches, are now due and ]
s Me.- _t
These Taxes may be paid by persons residing In i
le lou District to SAMUEL KING M AN, Esq., bep**???
lector, st Summerville, P. 0. on the Oth and 10th Ji
st Ridgeville on tho 13th of July ; at George's Statior.
the 13th July; at Reeve's Station on the 16th July
Walterboro' on tho 19tb, 20th, 22d and 23d of July;
Salkahatchie Bridge on the 26th July; at Adam's Bun
the 2?th July.
Unless paid by that time tho law attaches odd i Ut
amounts to the tax.
FREDERICK A. SAWYER,
July 2 tufO Collector Second District, & (
jay IN E Q UIT Y-WILLIAMSBUBO D
TRICT.-JOHN WATSON and J. J. LANE, Assignees,
a P. MATTHEWS. W. E. LANE, et ol-Bill for Accot
Belief, Discovery snd Injunction.-It appearing to
satisfaction that WILLIAM K. LANE, Sr., and WILLI
K. LANE, Jr.. Defendants in the above stated case,
beyond tho limits of the State of South Carolina: Ii
ordered, that tho said WILLIAM K. LANE, Sr., and Vi
LIAM K. LANE, Jr., do, within forty days alter the pu
cation of this order, plead, answer, or demur, to
above Bill of Complaint, or an order pro confuso will
entered of record against them.
July 3 IsmoS R. C. LOGAN, C. E. W. E
tar CONSIGNEES' NOTICE.-CONSIGNE
per Steamship SARAGOSSA are hereby notified that i
is Th is Day discharging har cargo st '."an de rh ors t's Win
Goods not taken away at sunset will be otu rea at own?
risk snd expense. RAVEN EL k CO
July 3_,_1_
?"CONSULAR NOTtCE.?-INF OBMATION
wanted on the situation of Mr. STEINMETZ, (JACQUB
born at Ueborach, (France). Any body able to furn
it ls requested to address at the FRENCH CONSUL*,
in thia city. a July :
?- CUSTOM HOUSE, CHARLESTON.-CO
LECIOR'S OFFICE, July 3d, 1867.- Thursday, 4th im
being the anniversary of the National Indeptnd enco, i
Custom House will be closed on that day.
A Ot. MACKEY,
July 3 9 Collector
?- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP CHA]
PION are notified that she is discharging cargo at Adgei
South Wharf. All goodB remaining on the wharf at sr
set wlH bo stored at owner's risk and expense.
STREET BROTHERS k CO.,
JulyS 1 Agents.
S9-MARKET HALL, JULY SD, 1867.-T
MORROW being tho 4th July, the Marketa will be clos
ate o'clock. ' WILLIAM KIRKWOOD,
July 3 1 Chief Clerk.
?- ELMORE MUTUAL INSURANCE COS
PANY.-CHARLESTON, Jnne 19th, 1867.- AU doman
against this Company must bo presente J on or before t
lOfA day of July next, or they will bo debarred paymoi
as a final settlement with tho Stockholders will be mn
after that dato.
By order of tho Board. JOSEPH WHILDEN,
June 19 ws7 Secretary.
?- U. S. INTERNAL R .VENUE, SECON
DISTRICT, SOUTH CAROLINA, CHARLESTON, June 2
1867.-The Taxes on the Annual List for* 1867, comprl
lng Taxes on Income, Billiard Tables kept for privatous
Carriages, Plate and Gold Watches, ore now due and pa
able. These Taxes may bc pdd by persons residing i
Charleston District, at No. 48 BBOAD STREET, Charle
ton, to the CoUector or his Deputy, ou or boforo tho 201
of July, 1867. Unless paid by that time, the law attach*
addi! ional amounts to the tax.
FREDERICK A. SAWYER,
CoUector Second District, S. C,
June 26_ws0_
ter NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HOLDLN(
Certificates of tho EPRATH BURIAL GROUND, Calhou:
street, and others having lawful claims thereto, are rc
quested to report tho same as soon as convenient to th
Secretary of the Eprath Society.
By order of thc President, H. MORLEY.
J. M. DUNCAN,
June 12 w4* Secretary.
?- N O TIC E.-THREE MONTHS AF TE!
date application wlU be made for the renewal of the fol
lowing lost CERTIFICATES : Eight shares of the S. W. B
R. Bank and the SCR. R, Company. The numbe
and dste not known. Also, Eight shares of the S. 0. B
R. new issuo, No. 340, issued March 31, I860, belong
lng to tho estate of JOHN GIST. lamo3 Juno 3
?- NO TI CE.-THREE MONTHS AFTEI
date application will be made for tho renewal of the fol
lowing lost CERTIFICATES : Forty shares of the 8. C
R. H., new issue. No. 339, issued March 31, 1860, and be
longing to the estate of NATHANIEL GIST.
JuneS lamo3
?"WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
E. M. WHITING, Esq., as a candidate for Sheriff o
Charleston (Judicial) District, at tho next election.
September 10
jay MESSRS. EDITORS :-YOU WILL PLEASE
announce Gen. A. M. MANIGAULT as a candidate foi
Sheriff at the ensuing election. A CITIZEN.
November 3 stu
??STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, CHARLES?
TON DISTRICT-.CLERK'S OFFICE C. G. S. AND C. P.
-PUBLIC NOTICE.-I, J. W. BROWNFIELD, Clerk of
said Court, In pursuance of the Act of tho Legislature, in
such case made and provided, do hereby give pubUc no?
tice that an ELECTION FOR SHERIFF OF CHARLES?
TON DISTRICT wlU bo held on Monday, the 6th of
August next, at aU the usual places of election through?
out the said District
Witness my hand, at Charleston, tho 26th June, 1867.
J. W. BROWNFIELD, C. G. S. and C. P.
Juno 28
?3-FIFTY CENTS FOR 1HE GOLDEN STA?
TIONERY PACKAGE, is money well spent.
Sold by Booksellers, Stationers, Desle?s and Agents
everywhere. M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
No. CJ7 King street, Charleston, S. C.
June 26 wfm
?-OFFICE OF BOARD OF HEALTH.
CHARLESTON, S. C., JUNE 28th, 1887.-On and after
This Day, CLORi. E OF LIME AND COPPERAS, for
DISINFECTING PURPOSES, wUl be furnished free of
charge, on appUcation at this Office, No. 117 Coming
street, as the City authorities earnestly desire that tho
citizens generally should use disinfectants promptly and
freely, wherever ueceesary.
GEORGE S. PELZER, M. D.,
Juno 28 16 City Registrar,
SHIPPING._
, THE SCHOONER WILLIAM AND
JOHN will maka AN EXCURSION TO THE
>BLACKFSH BANK, To-Morrow, July 4tb.
-? Fare, tl. Bait furnished.
Leaves South Commercial Wharf at half-past 7 AM.
Julys_1?
FOR LIVERPOOL.-THE NOR?
WEGIAN Bark "KJELIES'f AD," WEHGE. Com
?mander, capacity, 1000 bales Cotton, ha vine
.more than one-half ber cargo on hand and
ready to go aboard, will have quick dispatch for the
above port
The "KJELIESTAD" will bc ready to receive freight
on Saturday.
For freight engagements apply to
COCETENAY A TBENHOLM,
July 1 m wm 3* Union Wharves.
FOR COOPER RIVER.-THE FAST
' sailing sloop JULIA DEAN will leave Marshal 1' ?
i wharf, on the 1st and 16th ol July, and continue
.until further notice, for all points on Western
branch of Csoper River, and Eastern branch to Bonneau's
Ferry. Trading la strictly prohibited.
For Freight engagements, apply to Master onboard, or
to EBACGH A M ALLON EE,
Horlbeck'a Wharf.
N. B.-All Freights must be prepaid.
June 22 imo
FOUBTH OF JULY EXCURSION.
STEAMER
ST- I?E3L.E2STA
CAPT. JA& O. RUMLEY,
.XT/ILL LEAVE SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
VV Thursday Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, on an EXCUR?
SION ABOUND THE HARBOR, affording a good view of
Fart Sumter and other points. Returning at sunset.
A Band of Music has been engaged.
Fare for Cabin and Promenade Deck... 60 cents,
Lower Deck.26 cents.
JolyS 2
MOUNT PLEASANT FERRY.
FOURTH OF JULY SCHEDULE.
LEAVE CITY AT 1 AND 10 A. M., L 3, AND 6?
P. M. ?
Leave Mount Pleasant, at G \, and 7)j A. M., 12 M., 2
and 6 P. M.
Will go to Sullivan's Island at 10 A. M. and 3 P. M.
Julys 2 JNO. H. MURRAY. Agent
FOR BALTIMORE.
THE FAVORITE STEAMSHIP
S 33 -A. Or TT Xi lu ?
N. P. DUTTON, Commander.
WILL SAIL FOR THE ABOVE POET, ON WEDNES?
DAY AFTERNOON, 3d Inst, at 6 o'clock from Pier
No. 1 Union Wharves. .....
For Freight or Passage apply to
, COURTENAY A TRENHOLM,
July 2 2 Union Wharves.
FOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF
AND ALLOTT? IMMEDIATE LANDINGS ON
THE S AN TSE RIVER.
PLANTEE,
. CAPT. J. T. FOSTER,
WILL RECEIVE FREIGHT AT ACCOMMODATION
Wharf, on Wednesday, the 3d Instant, and leave
on Saturday Night the 6th inst
All Freight must be prepaid.
No Freight received siter sunset
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JOHN FERGUSON,
July 1 Accommodation Wharf.
OFFICIAL.
Headq'rs. Second Military District, 1
CHABLZSTON, & C., May 20th, 1867. j*
[GENERAL ORD EBB Na 26.)
.It appears from sundry petitions and official re pre
sentations that the present scanty supply of food in the
Carolinas is seriously diminlshel by the large quantity
of grain consumed in numerous distilleries, put up and
worked in defiance of the revenue law. of the United
States ? ic is repreb.nted that few or nono of the require?
ments of law are observed in any of these establishments ;
that the officers of dc internal revenue service, while
endeavoring to asses i and collect the whiskey tax, are
frequently treated 'sith disse spec t, and sometimes
menaced with violence ; and that when offenders aro
prosecuted in the cMl court., and violations of the in?
ternal revenue laws indisputably proved, juries fall to
convict tho partie. ; it 1. further shown that this un?
lawful traffic makes food dourer in pisces where large
numbers are depending upon public and private bounty;
that tho Government is, i csides, defrauded of a large
amount of revenue ; that tho authority of its civil officers
is brought into contempt ; and furthermore, that the
mischief complained of tends to increase poverty, dis?
order and crime ; therefore, In the exorcise of the au?
dio ty vested in the Commanding General, it is ordered
that
L The distillation or manufacture of whiskey or other
spirits from grain, ls prohibited in this Military District
Any person BO engaged or employed will be deemed guil?
ty of a misdemeanor. The possession of a still, or other
apparatus for this purpose, will bc considered presump?
tive evidence of s violation of the Revenue Laws, and the
party or parties using the samo, or on whose premises,
or in whose possession the samo may be found, will bo
arrested and brought to trial before a military tribunal
composed of the Commanding Officer of tho Post and
two officers of the army, next in rank on duty within the
territorial limits of the Post If the exigencies of the
service do not permit the detail of other officers, that
fact will be duly certified and the Post Commander will
hear and determine the case.
TX Thc penalties, punishments and forfeitures pre?
scribed by the severaf acts of Congress for distilling or
manufacturing whiskey or other spirits in violation of
the revenue laws will be imposed and executed by the
military tribunals hereby authorized.
IXL No sentence extending to imprisonment, forfeiture
of stills, liquor or other property, or tho imposition of a
fine or other penalty will be carried into effect until re?
ported to these Headquarters and approved by the Com?
manding General.
IV. All troops of tho United States, Magistrates, Sheriffs,
Constables, Police and others in authority, aro required,
aud all citizens are solicited, to bo vigilant in detecting
and prompt in giving information of the violation of
these orders. Commandiog officers w?l bo held re?
sponsible for their enforcement
By command of Major-General D. E. Sicasa.
J. W. CLOUS,
Captain 38th Infantry,
A. D. 0. A A. A. A. G.
Official : ALEXAHTJEB Moons, Captain 38th Infantry,
Ald-de-Camp._w8_May 22
"COSTAK'S"
PREPARATIONS.
ESTABLISHED EIGHTEEN YEARS.
Laboratory, No. IO Crosby street, New York.
3000 Boxes, Bottles and Flasks manufactured daily.
SOLD BY ALL BRUGGISIS EVERYWHERE
" COSTAB'S " SALES DEPOT,
No. IS vi BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Where 81, 83 to $6 sizes are put np for Families, Stores,
Ships, Boats, Public Institutions, Ac, Ac.
It ls truly wonderful the confidence that is now had in
every form of Pr?parations that comos from " Costar's "
Establishment
..COSTAB'S" EXTERMINATORS-For Rats, Mice,
Roaches, Ants, Ac, Ac. "Only infallible remedy known."
"Not dangerous to the human family." "Rats come out
of their holes to die," tte
"COsTAR'i " BED-BUG EXTERMINATOR-A liquid
put-up In bottles, snd never known to fail
"COSTAR'S" ELECTRIC POWDER-For Moths in
Furs and Woollens, is invaluable. Nothing can exceed it
for power and efficacy. Destroys instantly all Insects on
Plants, Fowls, Animals, Ac.
.' COSTAR'S" BUCKTHORN SALVE-For Cuts, Burns,
Wounds, Bruises, Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples, Piles iu
all forms, Old Sores, Ulcers, and all kinds of cutaneous
affections. No family should bo without it. It exceeds
in efficacy all other Salves in usc.
"COSTAR'S " CORN SOLVENT-For Corns, Bunions,
Warts, Ac.
" COSTAR'S " BITTER SWEET AND ORANGE BLOS
S IMS-Beautifies tho Complexion, by giving to the skin
a soft and beautiful freshness, and is incomparably be?
yond anything now in usc. Ladies of taste and position
regard it as an essential to the toilet An unprecedented
sale is its best recommendation. One bottle is always
followed by more. Try it to know.
"COSTAR'S " BISHOP PILLS-A universal Dinner
Pill (sugar-coated), and ot extraordinary efficacy for Cos?
tiveness, all forms of Indigestion, Nervous and Sick
Hoadacbc. A Pill that is now rapidly superseding all
others.
" COSTAR'S" COUGH REMEDY-For Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup, Whooping Cough, Asth?
ma, and all forms of Bronchial, and Diseases of the
Throat and Lungs. Address
HENRY R. COSTAR,
No. im BROADWAY, N. Y.
DOWIE & MOISE,
WHOLESALE AGENTS,
No. 151 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
June 17_
THE HERALD.
TS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY C. H., AT
JL $3 per annum, and, having a large circulation
throvgh all thc upper and lower Districts of the State,
affords great advantages to advertisers.
Rates for advertising very reasonable-for which applj
to our Agout, Mr 1. P. til J O ?. i :, st the Mills House.
niOS. V * a H. aBKNEl^fcri,
November xtfttarsao*4 "
SHIPPING.
FOB SOUTH EDISTO, ROCK
VILLE, HUTCHINSON'S ISLAND, BEN?
NETT'S POINT, AND WAT LANDINGS
THE STEAMER
ST. SELENA,
CAPT. JAS. O. RUMLEY,
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE FROM SOOTH
Atlantic Wharf, on Friday Morning, at 7 o'clock.
Returning will leave Edlato on Sunday Morning, at
6 o'clock.
Freight received Tkit Day, to be prepaid.
For Freight or Passago apply on board, or to
J NO. H. MURRAY, Market Wharf.
Joly 3_ a
FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSION.
THE FINE STEAMER
FANNIE,
CAPT. F. PECK,
WILL GO ON AN EXCURSION AROUND THE HAEe
BOR on Thursday Afternoon, Joly 4th, leaving
Accommodation Wharf at 4 o'clock precisely; returning
at sunset; affording excursionists a fine view of the vari?os!
pointa of interest in the Harbor.
' The fine Band of the 6th U. 8. Infantry has been em
gaged.
esr REFRESHMENTS will be on board.
#8- Fare $1. Colored persons 60 cents.
N. B -Upper Deck and Saloons reserved exclusively
for WHITE PERSONS._ Joly a '
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
People's Mail Steamship Company.
SAILING DAYS...WEDNESDAY*.
THE STEAMSHIP
EMILY E. SOUDER
CAPTAIN LEB BY,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANT IO
; WHARF Thursday, July 4, at 6 o'clock.
* Line composed of Steamers "MO?
NEE A" and "EMILY B. SOUDER."
JOHN A THEO. GETTY,
Jnlyl _No. 4* East Bay.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LINE.
FOR NE W YORK,
THE NEW AND ELEGANT STDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
CHAMPION,
B. W. LOCKWOOD, COMMANDER.
T TT ILL LEAVE FROM ADO ER'S SOUTH WHARF
\ VT on Saturday, the 0th inst, at 6 o'clock P. M.
JUT AU outward Freight engagements must be made
St the office bf COURTENAY A TRENHOLM, No. 44
East Bay..
! 49" Far Passage and all matters connected with the
Inward business of tho Ships, apply to STREET BROTH?
ERS A CO., No. 74 East Bay. . .. i
STREET BROTHERS A CO., 1
COURTENAY A TRENHOLM, f A*r8ntS
. Joly 1 /
FOR NEW YORK;
REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
ONE OF THE FAVORITE A?fp ELEGANT STEAM.
; SHIPS SARAGOSSA, GRafllTOr^WILL LEAVE "
! NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF EVEBxSATURDAX,
j THE STEAMSHIP
SARAGOSSA,
CAPTAIN CEO WELL, ,V!
' <yf-ft-ar"> WILL LEAVE NORTH ATL \ NTIC
yrp^??T^ Wharf on Saturday, July 6, at - o'clock.
?UZMWXMAX Shippers must present Bills of Lading
jTT. OS?BEfa, by C o'clock on Saturday Afternoon,
Jnlyl_RAVEN EL A CO..
FOR ROCKYILiiE AND EDISTO.
i _
. ? . .?. {tsi 'T .'.
THE STEAMER
! *.i . ......( .*!.'.?: 'i 'i. :
y?T. W- PRAZIER,
CAPT. D. BOYLE,
TTTTLL RECEIVE FREIGHT AT ATLANTIC WHARF,
VV Th is Day, and will leave To-Morrov, the 2d Jory,
at 4 o'clock A. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply cm board, or to
JNO. A THEO. GETTY, Agents.
Jnlyl_a_North Atlantic Wharf.
THROUGH TIlB?o WL0BIM,
BY
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET LINE,
TRI-WEEKL V ,
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
WEEKLY,
VIA BLUFFTON.
STEAMER PILOT BOY.,..CAPT. W. T. MCNELTY.
STEAMER PAN NIE.,. .CAPT. F. PECK.
ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS WILL L'AVE
Charleston and Savannah every Monday, Wednes?
day and Friday Mornings, at 7 o'clock. Touching at
Bluffton on Monday, trip from Charleston, and Wednes?
day, trip from Savannah.
Freight received daily from 9 A. M. tc 5 P. M., and
stored free of charge.
AU Way Freight, also BlufftoTi Wharfage, must be pre?
paid.
For freight or passage, apply to
JOEN FERGUSON, Accommodation Wharf,
Charleston.
CLAGHOBN A CUNNINGHAMS,
Agents, Savannah, Ga.
FULLER A T.KK,
Agents, Beaufort, & C.
N. B.-THROUGH TICKETS sold at the office of the
Agency in Charleston to pointe on the Atlantic and Gulf
Railroad, and to Fernandina and pointa on the St John's
River._Jnlyl
POB"S?VANNAH?
THE STEAMER
"DICTATOR,"
1000 TONS BURTHEN.
CAPTAIN L. M. COXETTER,
TTTTLL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC WHARF EVER X
V V Tuesday Sight, at 9 o'clock, for Savannah.
Far freight or passage apply on board or to office of
J. D. AIKEN A CO, Agenta,
May 10_South Atlantic Wharf.
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
FERNANDINA. JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL THE
LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
VIA SAVANNAH, GA.
THE 8PLENDID STEAMER
"I>IOTATO R, "
1000 TONS BURTHEN.
CAPTAIN LOUTS M. COXETTER.
TTTTLL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC WHARF EVERY
TT Tuesday Night, at 9 o'clock, for the above places?
connecting with the Georgia Central Railroad for Macon,
Mobile and New Orleans at Savannah.
All freight must be paid hero by shippers.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to office ol
J . D. AIKEN & CO., Agents.
May 10 wf_S .uth Atlantic Wnarf.
NEW YORK AND BKEMEN STEAMSHIP
COMPANY.
TEE FIRST-CLASS U. a MAIL STEAMSHIPS
ATLANTIC.
BALTIC.
NORTHFRN LIGHT.
WESTERN METROPOLIS.
Leave Pier No. 40, N. R., New York, every second Sat?
urday, from Juno 16.
FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN,
taking passengers to Southampton, London, Havre an 1
Bremen, at the folio wir g ratee, payable in gold arl?
equivalent in currency: _-~rrr~ ...
First Cabin, $110; Second Cabin, ?BT; Steerage, tai.
From Bremen, Southampton a*^'?kVT? to New Yoik,
First Cabin. $110; Second OaWn. $76; Steerage, $43.
EXCURSION TICKETS-^r^, *SJ) ft?ME-F,t8t
Cabin S210; ScconjEfT*^' *13?; steerage, $70.
aar^?^-2T?B?,f !** YOBK **? BREMEN :
Tnnni?^fc' July 13 and 27 I August 10 and 24
IwE^SS J Oct? and 19 Not. 2 and"
L>**ur Freight or Passage apply to
r . _ ISAAC TAYLOR, President
February 27 ly No 40 Broadway, N. Y,

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