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VOLUME IV.NO. 590. CHARLESTON, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, JULY ll, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS
Oar Cable Dispatches.
LONDON, July 10-Noon-Consols 94$. Bonds 7a
LTVHEPOOL, Joly 10-Noon.-Cotton heavy and
quiet ; sales 8000 bales; Uplands, 10?d.; Orleans,
10 15-lGd. Broads tofft quiet. Corn 37d. j Others
Loinxw, July 10-2 p. M.-Consols and bonds
LIVERPOOL, July 10,-2 P.. M.-Cotton finner ;
demand bettor; prices unchanged; the sales will
reach 10,000 bales.
LONDON, July 10-Evening.-Consols 94J. Bonds
LIVERPOOL, July 10-Evening.-Cot^oa and
Breads tuffs unchanged. Bacon, ?2a43. Produce
FRANKFORT, July 10_Bonds 72?.
From the West Indies.
NEW YORK, Joly 10.-Advices from Havana, July
4, report that the revolution at Porto Kloo was
only a military revolt, easily suppressed. The
leaders were executed.
It is reported that a caigo of slaves was recently
After the 21st, vessels arriving will be fined 125
if weight and measure is not stated in the mani?
Sugar ii active at 8$.
i-iM? n W?ia?agtoa Kew* '
?WASHINGTON, July 10.-Comptroller Exox has
returned from New Orleans, and is preparing his
final report regarding the New Orleans Sub-Treas?
ury and First National Bank troubles. He has re?
covered $?00,000, which covers about half the
Government loss. * -
Gen. SICKLES has written to Senator THUMBu LL,
urging a general amnesty, except individuals to bp
named (the letter will be found in full in our local
The Kentucky members regard their admission
during the present session as hopeless.
The defence in the SUBBATT trial were engaged
all day in impeaching the witnesses. A number
swore that neither RIBBETS nor CLEAVER could be
believed on oath. Several parties swore that there
was no dancing at the Metropolitan Hall on the
afternoon of the, 14th; and that there was no round
table in the Hall, contradicting YANDERPOOL'S tes?
Hon. JOHN NUGENT, of California, applicant for
i tte Mexican- Mission, ie backed by the California
delegation. . . v i
Tho Internal Revenue receipts to-day amount to
WASHINGTON, July 10.-Th the House the Limo
for taking evidence in tho Kentucky elections was
extended to December.
A Committee of five were appointed to inquire |
itfojtheferfatmsut of Union prisoners, with power
. to-BsndHbr persons aird papers.
A Bill was introduced extending the provisions
of tho Homestead Act, to Alabama, Arkansae,'
Mississippi,'' Louisiana and Florida.' ' Referred lo
the Reconstruction Committee. |
The Committee on Foreign Relations was direc t- |
ed to inquire whether any American citizen had'
been arrested and convicted in Great Britain for!
words spoken in America. ,
Mr. WILSON stated that ?he Judiciary Committee j
bsd requested him to state that they were not!
ready to report on the impeachment question.
Mr. Bo ur WELL die red a concurrent resolution to j
adjourn to October next, winch elicited a warm de? ]
bate, interrupted by the announcement cf;Mr.
DENNISON'S death. After eulogies, the House ad?
In the Senate, tbs consideration of the Judiciary
Committee's Reconstruction Bill was resumed.
An. ammdment, giving commanders power to fill
vacan etea by appointment eoff ojttons or detailed
soldiers, was adopted by i vot? of 20 to 16.
The fallowing waa added to the 6tb section :
''Whether holding such office at tho time of the
rebellion or before."
DENNISON'S death was announced and eulogies
pronounced. The Senate .then adjourned. /. i
BL aa? Rtoaanoad,
RiOTK*?^-je.-i^:wfffit: in Petersburg,
about id fiat*? liegifi? tseembled *st the cars
and rescued from the sheriff of Nansemond coun?
ty, a negro convicted bf felony, who was being
brought if) the Penitentiary here. ; They m ado tito j
sheriff procluoe the keys to the handcuffs, and
then made off with the prisoner. The negro was
again arrested by the police of : Petersburg .this
morning and brought to the Penitentiary.
A meeting of the citizens of Luckin gha m county
yesterday adopted the Republican platform, and j
endorsed the course of the Whig.
Tho majority of negroes registered in this city .j
The French to^aorO, wited as captured property
by tbs iCOTernment, and for which the ROTHE
CHTLD3 are suing, was sold here to-day by tbs. j
United States Treasury scent. The money fe to1
be held until the snit is decided. The lot conai J ti?
ed of 319 hogsheads.
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? Registration ia Augusta.
AUGUST A, July 10.-The registration list vas
closed m this city to-day. ToiM registered. 3277 ;
whites, 1546 ; bia ks, 1781.
,.'.''.-. >."> m
Regfat rattan la Sawanaaa.
SAVANNAH, July 10.-116, whites and 30 colored
registered to-day. There is. ? Republican mass
meeting this evening ; attendance orderly. A. W.
RENNT, of New York, gaye the negroes goocTad
vice; several speakers followed, and resolutions
were passed endorsing the Atlanta Convention and
Nsw ORLEANS, July 10.-Madame JUAREZ and
party, mimbering fifteen persons, arrived last
night, and left this morning for' Yera Cn? on
board the revenue cutter Wilderness, Captain'
FREEMAN. They will have slender accommoda?
tions, the ve soi not having been built' for1 passen
The Brownsville Rancha o of the 4 th inst'con- |
tams the proceedings of the court-martial trial of
MAXIMILIAN and bis Generals. The Court was
composed Ct Lieutenant-Colonel MANUEL ASPIREZ
as President, six Captains, and a Judge-Advocate.
The prisoners were tried separately, each plea
.conUining tbe denial of tho jurisdiction of the
Court, protesting against the refusal of tho
right of appeal. MAXIMILIAN was confined in
bed when his case was called, his trial being hist;
be was ably defended. Senor.EULALIO ORTEGA, in
refuting the charges of usurp er and cruelty, said
that the law of 3d October was made when Maxi
MILLAN waa cheated into the belie! that JUAREZ
bad abandoned the territory, and that this law had
been dictated by the French Commander-in-Chiof.
He said moreover that this law had been only in?
tended as a terror, for no petition bad ever been
presented which was not conceeded. The Council
earnestly asked the members of the court in the
' name of civilization, and tho history which will
judge of the terribie deeds done this day, as the
defenders of the second independence of Mexico,
to save the good name of the country, for in the
eyes of coming generations the}' will forever ap?
plaud the crowning of the greatest victories by the
Among the accusations against MAXIMILIAN is
the attempting to prolong tho war by the decree
of March Tu, creating a regency in cane of his
death in coming battles.
JESUS MARIA YASQUEZ, MAXIMILIAN'S counsel,
closed the argument as follows : "If you condemn
tbs Arch Duke to death, I am not uneasy about a
coalition in Europe, or the threatening attitude of J
the United States against the Republic I have
confidence in the Liberal armies who have routed
the French from our soil, but I fear tho universal
reproach that will fall upon our country as au
anathema moro than oven tho sentence of death,
because of the nullity of the pr oe co lings of this
The Court commenced at 8 AM. on tho 13th,
went into;secret session on the evening of the 14th,
and resolved at 10 the samo night.
A large number of MAXIMILIAN'S officers and sol.
diera, representing several nations, are in tho city
all wearing mourning badges.
Dome itic Markets.
Niw ?OBX, July 10.-Flour 10a20c. better.
Wheat Sa?c bettor. Corn quiet. Pork firmer at
$22 20. Lard quiet at HJal2Ac Cotton dull at
26}. Turpentine 53. Bosin $3 75a$6 for etiainod
and pale. Stocks heavy. Money 5aG. Gold 38$.
Sterling,, limo, 104. Sight lOj. '62 registered
bonds lOOalOO}; coupons 112; '64 coupons 109J;
*C5 registered 99?; coupons 109?; 1867, now issue,
lOS.JalOS;; 10-10's, registered, 102al02|; coupons
102ial02?; 7-30'B, first scries, T08?; others, 1073
Cotton firm; Bales 1800 bales, at 26?c. Flour,
State $6 90all; Southern $3 50al5 75.' Wheat, now
white Virginia $3 35; amber Georgia $2 53a2 55.
Mixed Western corn ti 06jal-08; white New Or?
leans fl 09. Pork unsettled; new $22 25; old
$21 25. Lard firm, at ll^al2jc. Whiskey quiet,
Bice quiet. Sugar finn; Bales 1000 hogsheads
Muscovado ll?al2c. Coffee quiet. Turpentine
58$c. t:osm$3 08. Tallow linallie. Wool dull.
Freights moro activo. Cotton by steamer 3-16.
BALTIMORE, July 10.-Cotton dull ; Low Middling
24. Coffee quiet; Bio firm. Flour scarce and
higher for good grades. Bcceipts of new wheat
light. Corn active and scarce; yellow $112al 13;
Western mixed $1 07al 10. Bacon firm, stock
small; mess pork $22 75a$23. Lard dull. Sugar
finn at ll j for fair to good refining. Whiskey
(cora), in bond, 25; country 80aS2; sales 1000 bbls.;
rye, in bond, 75. Stocks steady. Gold 138$. 'C2
coupons Ul j.
CINCINNATI, July 10.-Flour in good demand;
higher grades improved. Corn firm and un?
changed. Cotton dull at 23. Whiskey steady.
Mess pork firmer at $22a$22 25. Bacon active;
shoulders 10c.; clear Bides 13c. Lard in improved
demand; country 1 hil li
LOUISVILLE, July 10.-Corn doclined, 93c. Meas
Pork $22. Shoulders 10c. Clear Sides 134c.
ST. LOUIS, July 10.-Flour firm. Corn easier;
90c.-tfl.05. Pork $22 75. Shoulders 9Jc. Clear
WILMINGTON, Joly 10.-Spirits of Turpentine
steady at 50? ; Rosin steady, $2 50a3 50 ; fair firm,
AUGUSTA, July 10_Cotton moro active ; salee
210 bales ; Middling 22?a23.
SAVANNAH, July 10.-Cotton dull ; no demand ;
Middlings nominally 23. Bcceipts, 115.
MOBILE, July 10.-Cotton closed dull at 21Ja22c
Sales 200 bales.
, NEW ORLEANS, July 10.-Sales 1900 bales; market
unsettled; Low Middling, 22Ja2S$c. Bcceipts 72
bales. Exports 250 bales. Louhvana Clarified Su?
gars, VA; Cuba numbers, 12al4. Molasses, no
sales: Superfine Flour quoted" at $11; Treblo Ex?
tra to Choice, $13al8. Cora quiet and firm; Yel?
low and Mixed, $115. Oats quiet and firmer, 85.
Pork advanced, $24 50. Bacon firm; Shoulders,
10i ; Clear Sides advancing, 13f. Lard dull and
nominal; in tierces 12}al2|, kegs 13$al.U. Gold,
39. Sterling 50a53. New York Sight, lui prom.
ON TUB WING. . k
Finding that pur old friendJahrenheit had gob
to "feyer beat," wo took, the alarm ?-lew-days
.gae, -likewise took our valiBe,.* and passage on the
Northeastern Railroad, in a desperate effort to find
in the vast wilderness some cool lodge. " Wo were
surprised, on arriving at Chapel street, to see the
large, commodious, and vory hands ame now depots
that have been recently constructed by the North?
eastern Railroad Company. From the number of
fellow-travellers, we concluded that others, as well
as ourselves, had been stewed in our good old city,
.and were making for a more northern clime. Al?
though it was hot on the cars, the open air of the
country was a relief, and oar eyes feasted on the
varied and ever changing verdure that invested
field and forest, swamp, mead and grove. Tho
rich foliage of the maplo, gum and poplar; the*,
sombre coloring of the pine, cypress and live oak;
the tropical luxuriance of tho "cane," and the
thousands of vinos and parasites, comfortably
vegetating in ease, and void of care, depending on
other more' hard working subjects ot that kingdom \
for "heir sustenance and support-these, and hun-1
dreda of other rural sights, formed a pleasing dio?
rama to our wearied urban eyes, and we gazed and
feasted on them through all the hundred miles of
the picturesque "Northeastern" scenery. Tho
fields of cora and of cotton were in order, and pre?
sented an agreeable variety in thc landscape.
Tiie log hats, also, and freedmen's colonies hero
and thero observable, if not ornamental ^in them?
selves, were nevertheless picturesque But this
we cannot say $4 the barked and "boxed? pino
trees, cr of the "unsightly "stills, ' with hundreds
of barrels of "rosin" and turpentine lying about
?loose. So likewise with the numerous saw-mills,
situated along the line of road. Those are all use?
ful, and speak well for tho enterprise and indus?
trial activity vjf oar people; bat thoy mar the
baan ty and harmony of nature. However, as long
las tar, pitch and turpentine bring good prices in
Liverpool, and lamber is a good deal in demand,
BO long . "virgin dip" will pay bettor than virgin
landscapes,, au d sa w-r ulla than sylvan t nen timon t.
j - Tho Northeastern Bailroad'is in excellent order,
all tbs wayside, as well as the teimlnal depots
have been rebuilt, and 'in superior style to what
they were before tho war. Numerous villages aro
springing ap along this railroad, and Florence, its
terminus and point of intersection, is growing
with every month. If we were to judge of the
amount of -business dono there by. the number of
stores- we should say that1 Florence was in the very
zenith of prosperity. There are very many stores
lhere, so many that we were unable to count them
all. The whistle Veiw before we.w?rs half tftrpagh
ttliecsfK.J?WJdUBUs, ?a^rnfifer4r?st of4no
largo and elegant Florence Hotel, keeps an excel?
lent lioa8e, and though he entertains travellers,
and in first-rate style, too,, we would not like to in?
cur his displeasure by saying he "takes them in."
They pDast a newspaper now in Florence, the Ga?
zelle, which takes care of the interests of this
rising city by day, relieved In its arduous duty at
night by the gallant corps of firemen who made
such ? favorable impression among tho fair of tho
Palmetto city in April last. Watched over by such
sentinels (and" having no mosquitoes), the good
people of Florence can rest sec ure.
Bai we must delay in rho fan4 Italian city no
longer; wo are off again on oar way to Darlington.
Tins is our first visit since tho great fire. Unlike
our own Ci ty by the Bea, wa find. Darlington is not
pursing her burnt district, bat on the contrary
making all the haste she can to cover the unsight?
ly scar. Hie public square is once more surround?
ed with a number of now stores, largor and hand?
somer than those that were burned. Themis
alone is still covered with sackcloth and ashes;
whether or not emblematic of the -present slate of
civil law wo did not learn. Tho rums of the Court
HoYise are almost tho only vestige loft of the luto .
fire. This speaks weil for a small community
Uko Darlington, at a timo.like this, when business
is dull, money scarce, and prospects gloomy. The
goddess of justice holds temporary court in a pri?
vate hall, improvised for the purpose.
Darlington has a flourishing nowspapor-tho
?Ibu?Amier-with a veteran sou of Faustus-Mr.
BBOWN-to keep her citizens informed of what
transpires beyond her limits. We visited the
office and found the typos engaged in their ardu?
ous vocation; the foreman '-imposing' "thrilling
incidents," "shocking murders," "the weather and
the crops," "Hymeneal," and "Beconstruction,"
on an ex-tombstone, now doing service as an im?
The following list comprises the principal mer?
chants of Darlington; some of whom have been
identified with the village for many years: Messrs.
CHARLES & Co., S. A. WOODS, M. A. HUGGINS, B. &
J. EARLY, EASON & Co., PAUKER S? KELLY, D. SIL
1) ER ST EIN, H. H VUES, J. G. MCCALL & Co., J.
WOOWARD, LAW & CHARLES, NORMENT & DAR
OAN. Thero is a hotel here kept by Mr. BUSSELL,
and a restaurant by Mr. PEARCE. Since Genoral
SICKLES'order has gone into effect, however, which
rung tho knell to restaurants, thc latter establish?
ment, wo believo, has boen "aanoxed" to tho
former. This, however, may bo mere rumor.
Darlington being the centre of a largo and
wealthy district, as may be supposed, is suffering
from an overplus of lawyers and doctors : the for?
mer very busy, tho latter resting on their oars,
owing to the distressingly healthy condition of the
country ibis summer.
Business is dull; indeed thero ia a complete stag
n ttion. There is no money in tho country, and
very properly little or no credit. 'Tay as you go,"
and "don't spend your money before you got it,*?
arc two wholesome lessons, which, it is to bo
hoped, may survive tho bitter school of our present
experience. Ii BO, our low oxchoquer will have
subserved one good purpose.
There is in this district, os iii many other parts
of thc State, great scarcity of provisions; and a
largo numbor of persons, both black and wbito,
receive eleemosynary assistance. On Saturdays,
when rations ore distributed to thc needy uudor
the auspices of the Freedmen's Bureau, every road
leading to the village is crowded with tho appli?
cants, who come.from Darlingtju and Chesterfield
districts, twenty and thirty miles, nnd perhaps
stiE greater distancos, on foot, on horseback, in
carts, in wagons, and a hundred non-descript, an?
tediluvian vehicles, drawn by animals, that ap?
pear but remotely descended from tho genus
equus, poor and bony, spavined and scrawny,
most piteous looking objects. They oncamp on
tho public square, aud stay there for hours, waiting
not very patiently, it must be confessed, but
rather noisily, for their turn. They reoeivo gener?
ally a pock of meal each for tho week, and nothing
else, sometimes a very small quantity of bacon.
For this pittance they expend in time not un
ftoqnontly from two to throe days, and in muscle
of self and horse certainly moro than is compen?
sated by the said peck of meal. Wo regret, more?
over, as a faithful chronicler of current events to
bo compelled to say, that sometimes the frolic of
the day breaks up riotously, meal being "swopped"
for whiskey, and some of the pensioners get noisy,
and even bellicose. A humiliating and piteous
A gentleman told us that he accosted a number
of these "sand-hill people" on their way to the
Commissary, and remonstrated with them on the
folly and improvidence of wasting two or thrco
days every week in going af tor a peck of meal;
told them that if they would take work, ho would
employ thirty of them, and give them as much
meat and bread as they could eat, and wages in
money besides. "We cannot leave our crap," w?s
the only reply. "But you are leaving it, as it is,
and wear out your animals, and all for nothing.''
"Well, we cannot help it. "We haint got nothing
at bon o,-and we cannot starve." There aro strange
scenes and Bights witnessed among theso poor
people as they como up for their rations. In order
to avoid imposition as much as possible, the Com?
missary requu-OB applicants to come in proprla
persona. Nothing is issued to proxies. Old arid
diseased negroes may be seen crawling up and
comm;,' many miles, who three years ago, "in
slavy times," could not bavo walked a hundred
yards. Some aro brought hero, lilted out of the
wagon, and taken to the office, more dead than
alive. One case we hoard ' of, told us by an eye?
witness, is that of an old and infirm negro, who
hold on to a chair, pushing the same beforo him,
and every few m mutes would Bit dowu and rest
himself on this chair. By this slow and primitive
locomotion, he came from five to six miles. ? |
These "sandhillers," that have su often furnish?
ed a theme to our radical detractors-the "poor
whites"-have heretofore been at a disadvantage,
in that they were not willing to work bide by sido
with the slave, but now that this institution is
abolished, their prejudices need not be thus wotfhd
ed. The land ownor would even prefer white labor,
and, if insisted on, let the sandhill ore work m
' squads to themselves, if they could be reliod on to
do it. In tho course of time, we doubt not, these
peoplo will learn to work and become respectable.
They are now going through tho period of transi?
tion. Tho spirit very often is willing, but the
flesh weak. Some, we learn, this year agreed to
work for wagon, and others rented land at
somo di s tanco from what had been their home?
stead. They ni ado a fair start. Dire necessity
taucht them order, civilization, work; but, alas,
tho tempter came in the shape of blackberries,
and they lacked the power to resist. The kind
year had showered her first fruits upon them;
there were blackberries in tho old Gelds and on the
ditch banks; they now could "soo their way clear."
They laid by the' plough and the crop, put away
shovel and hoe, and all hands "took to the woods."
Blackberries demoralized thom. Moro anon.
Another Reconstruction Act.
The following is the full text of the Bill
agreed upon by the House Judiciary Commit?
tee, and offered by Mr. STEYEHS on Monday
AN ACT supplementary to an Act entitled an
Act to provide for the more efficient govern?
ment of the rebel States, passed March 2,
1867, and the' Act supplementary thereto,
passed Mareh_23, 1867.
Be it enacted'bythe Senate and House of Repre?
sentatives of the United States of America, in Con?
gress assembled, That it is hereby declared to
have been the true intent and meaning of the
Acts of March 2 and March 28, 1867, to which
this Act is a supplement, that governments
then existing in the rebel States of Virginia,
North Carolina,.South Carolina, Georgia, Mis?
sissippi, Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, Texas
and Arkansas, were illegal and void, ana that
thereafter said governments were to be cern- .
tinued subject in nil respects to the military .
commanders of the respective districts and to
the authority of Congress only.
SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That said .
acts, to which this is a supplement, shall be
construed to authorize thc officer assigned to
the command of any military district under ?
said acts, whenever bc shall deem it necessary
to the due performance of his duties under
said acts, to remove or suspend from office any
municipal br State officer, or person exercising
authority under or' by virtue of any so-called
State Government existing in his district, and
to appoint another person instead of the officer
or person so removed, if he shall deem proper
soto do. and to authorize the officer assigned
to thc command of any military district under
said acts, whenever he may deem it necessajy
as aforesaid; to prohibit, suspend or set aside,
any act 'or proceeding of any such State or
municipal government, or any act or thing
done under dr by virtue of its authority; it
being the intention of said act that during its
continuance, said so-called State Governments
of the Hebel States shall bc allowed to continue
only as subordinate to, and subject to thc con?
trol of the officers assigned to the military dis?
tricts aforesaid respectively, and to Congress;
and all acts heretofore done by any such of?
ficer in accordance herewith shall be deemed
SEC. 8. And be it further enacted, That the
boards of registration of the several military
districts, established by the acts to which this
is additional, shall admit to registration only
such persons as they deem entitled to bo regis?
tered by the acts aforesaid. They shall not re?
gard the taking of the oath prescribed in the
act of March 23, 1867, conclusive evidence ol
the right of the person taking it to be register?
ed, but prima facie only; and may receive such
evidence under oath, relating thereto, as they
may deem proper, either from the person ap?
plying to be registered or others, and either of
the members of said boards are hereby author?
ized to administer oaths or affirmations, and
examine witnesses touching the right of any
person to bc registered. Said boards of regis?
tration may strike from tho list of voters the
name of any one already mentioned who, in
their judgment, improperly took the oath pre?
scribed in the act, to which this is additional,
or was not entitled by said acts to be register?
ed, and shall not bo bound or governed in their
action by any opinion of any officer of the Unit?
ed States Government. Record evidence shall
not be required by said boards to prove parti?
cipation in the rebellion, but parole evidence
of fact of such participation shall be deemed by
( said boards sufficient to effect the disfranchise?
ment provided for by the acts to which this is
SEC. 4. And bc it further enacted, That no
civil court of thc United States, or of any State,
shall have jurisdiction of any action or pro?
ceeding, civil or criminal; against any such
District Commander, or any officer or person
acting by his authority, for or on account of
any act done by him in his official capacity
under this act, or under the acts to which it is
supplementary, to wit, the aci named in thc
first section of this act, and thc act of March
28, 1867, supplementary thereto.
SEO. 5. And be it furl ber enacted. That no
District Commander shall be relieved from thc
command assigned lo him under thc aforesaid
ucls unless the Senate shall have first advised
and consented to his removal, or unless by sen?
tence of court-martial he shall be cashiered or
dismissed from the anny, ur unless he shall
consent to be so relieved.
W. T. BRANTLY, i). D.-Thia eminent
divine, now pastor of thc Second Baptist Church
of Atlanta, was in our city last Sabbath. In
the forenoon, at the Mulberry street Metho?
dist Church, he delivered the commencement
sermon before the faculty and pupils of thc
Wesleyan Female College-one ot' his masterly
efforts. At night, in the First Baptist Church.
Dr. B. preached a most impressive discourse
suggested by thc sententious supplication re?
corded in the thirteenth verse of tho eighteenth
chapter of Luke-a sermon which will never
be furgotton by thc more thoughtful among the
large audience who listened to his unanswer?
able arguments and truly eloquent persua?
An enterprising merchant of Cincinnati pro?
poses to send wheat down the Mississippi to
New Orleans, and thence to New York, for half
the' ruling rates, or thirty cents a bushel.
EARLY IN TIIE FIELD.-We are informed by
a colored freeman (not freedman) that Aaron
Sweat, of Marlboro' District, another colored
freeman (not freedman), who has always en?
joyed all the privileges of a white man, is n
candidate for Congress in this Congressional
District. That he has made several appoint?
ments, at which he has been met by crowds of
freedmen, to whom he has made electioneering
speeches. In these speeches he tells the
freedmen that ho gets his papers'from the
West, informing him that in that region thc
Radicals are butchering all the old secession?
ists, mon, women and children, and argues
that the same must be dont1 here, and that now
is the time to do it. There are other native
born, natural orators, of African descent, who
also address these meetings, using equally vio?
lent and incendiary language. One of these,
by tho name of Prinoe, a bricklayer by trade,
is also in thc field as a candidate for tho con?
COTTON BLOOM.-The first, cotton bloom that
we have heard of in this vicinity this season,
appeared on the plantation of Mrs. JaneCump
bell, on Thompson's creek, near this place. It
was plucked from tho stalk on the 27th ult.,
and sent to our office.
If we remember rightly, this is some ten or
twelve days later than the general average ih
former times; and from all we have heard of
the crop we should think this is the case gene?
rally. Cotton has, upon a general average,
about three months-from about the 18th of
June to about the 18th of Septomber-to mature
its fruit, so that if the crop is ten days behind
time, but about nine-tenths of a crop may bo
reasonably calculated upos.
THE WEATHRR.-For the last two weeks rain
has fallen almost daily, but not in such quanti?
ties as for a few weeks before. Crops of all
kinds are more or less damaged : and we fear
there will uot be mofe than a half crop gather?
ed in this section. Wheat has suffered moBt
severely; in some parts of the District wo
learn of whole fields, containing many acres,
being destroyed after having been cut and
shocked-the heavy rains flooding the fields,
and the wheat lining the banks of the creeks
for miles. Corn and cotton in tho low lauds
have been almost entirely ruined ; Lut, that
on the uplands app?ars folie doing well. Tltc
fruit crop is a complete failure. Apples, peach?
es, melons, kc, being things that weean
think of anfl know that wc have had.
We regret to learn that the grist mill of thc
Rev. D. LeGettc, was washed away on Monday
last. This misfortune will doubtless be a se?
rious inconvenience to thc citizens in thc neigh?
borhood of the mill. Wc are informed that all
of Mr. LeGette's corn was in the mill at the
time, and was consequently lost.
An armed guard of soldiers arrived here last
Monday, for the purpose, we understand, of
guarding the jail until after Friday next, the
day appointed for the execution of Jeff Gee,
who assassinated Darius Gandy. Everything
that possibly could be, has been done, hy both
civil and military authority, to save this un?
fortunate man from the awful doom that awaits
him. We trust that his execution will be a
terrible warning to cowardly assassins and all
who are BO base as to take thc lives of their
fellow-men in cold blood.
Since writing thc above, the following dis?
patch bas been handed to us :
COLUMBIA, 9th July,?1807.
To the Siimff of Marion, S. C.
You will postpone the execution of Jeff Gee
until the arrival of instructions from Governor
Orr. F. G. DSFONTAINE,
CROPS.-The recent heavy rains inflicted the
severest injury upon the crops in tho neigh?
borhood of Bishopvillc. In many instances wc
learn thc cotton was entirely submerged and
destroyed. It is difficult, at this period, to
form any correct idea of the average of this
crop, but we think, from carefully comparing
and aggregating all that we have seen and
heard, that it must be comparatively short. In
many places, thc weed is very small and In thc
grass. The corn prospect, while being far
better than that of last year, is yet not so pro?
mising as it wat; earlier in the season. I
DRESSING OF UOZALTT.-Our lady readers
may feel a desire to readdhe following:
Hie Queen wor? a black silk dress at her re?
ception on the 24th ult.; thePrinc?ss Louise wore
blue and white satin; the duchess Of Buccleugl^
a green silk trimmed with lace, a white satin
pctticont and a plume and diamond head dress;
the Countess of Home a mauve silk trimmed
with lace and satin, plume and diamond head
dress; the Countess of Dalkeith white satin em?
broidered, with straw, plume, veil and dia?
monds; Lady Courtenay grey silk, white pettis
coat, black velvet and lace trimming, head
dress of roses, diamonds and plume; Hon. Mrs.
Rashlcigh white satin, apple green petticoat,
ostrich feathers, diamonds, pearls, flowers, &c.
Thc New York Herald, of the 8th inst..
Bays: ''Several Austrian officers in New Or?
leans', tho remnant of the garrison at Vera
Cruz, left yesterday for Havana, where they
propose to organize a movement against the
Juarez party in Mexico. They claim that they
will in a few days be again on Mexican soil
allied with a powerful party, and under thc
lead of a powerful chieftain. Steps w ere taken
in Washington on Saturday evening tb 'organ?
ize a filibustering band, to join a party which
it is believed is iilrcady nearly completed for a
raid on Mexico. The company, it is reported,
is to be called Maximilian's Avengers."
The Paris Kentuckian, of the 3d inst.,
says: "We have been permitted to peruse a
letter just received from Hon. John C. Brcckin
ridge. The letter was received from Paris,
and states that he is tired of tho hubbub of the
Exposition, and contemplated leaving for
Switzerland. He will sail for Canada in Sep?
tember with.his family. He sends his best
wishes to all his friends. .
-?*- ? -
WE ARE OFFERING' OUR STOCK OF H?MMER
CLOTHING,' comprising LINENS, FLANNELS AND
LIGHT WEIGHT WOOLLEN, at prices which cannot
foil to satisfy all who aro seeking to buy GOOD GOODS
CHEAP. Tho larger part of our Stock we manufacture
ia our own workshops, which wo warrant iu every
Wc givo below some of our leading priers :
LINEN SACKS at.32, 3, 4 sud 5
LINEN PANTS at.$t 25, 1 50 and 2
LINEN VESTS at. $1 50 and 2
CHECK CASSIMERE SD.TS, SACK, PANT8 AND
GREY FLANNEL SUITS, SACK, PANTS AND VEST..$7
CHECK LINEN SUITS, SACK, PANTS AND VEST... .$8
CB ECK MARSEILLES SUITS, SACK, PANTS AND
WHITE LINEN AND DUCK SUITS.SH to 20
BLACK ALPACA SACKS. W 50 to G
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 quaUtics.$2 50,3, and
MACOLLAR. WILLIAMS 4 PARKER
No. 270 KING STREET,
CORNER OF HASEL,
CHARLESTON S. C.
Juno 13 4ni
X?- Thc Ut lu ti ves ami Friends of Mr and
Mrs. AXONZO J. WHITE, and of their Son, ABBOTT
| BRISBANE WHITE, are invited to attend the Fanerai
? Services of thc latter, at Saint Philip's Church, This Af?
ternoon, at Six o'clock. * July ll
?3- STRICT OBSERVANCE LODGE NO. 73,
A. F. M.-Tho officers and members are requested to
attend tho funeral of Brother A. B. WHITE, at St.
Philips Church This Afternoon, at 6 o'clock pecisoly.
By order W. M. DOUGLAS, Secretary.
DIED, in Colinton District, S. C., on tho 11th ol Hav,
Mr. WILLIAM MARS, In the 84th year of Ida age. The
deceased was born in North Carolina, bot removed with
hlB parents at a very early age to this State, where he
has ever since lived, highly respected by all who have
known him, for his worth as a man and a citizen.' He
was industrious, honest, - kindhearted and liberal, and
was altogether such an one os makes the world poorer
when ho dies. He had been a member of tho Baptist
denomination about twenty yearn, and hoe left pleasing
evidence to his friends, in bia christian walk and life,
that ho has gone to rest His last days were full of pain
and suffering, but ho waa patient and resigned to tho
will of God. Ho bas left b bind him fo monro his loss
an aged wife, throe children, grandchildren and many
roladves an 1 friends. W.
?3- NOTIoE.-M. DEIGNAN HAS NO AU?
THORITY to uso tho name of McGOURTY k DEIGNAN,
and tho undersigned is not responsible for any contracta
he may enter into. MICHAEL McGOURTY.
July ll th2*
J4?- HOPS ! HOPS ! I HOPS ! 11-JUST RE?
CEIVED, a Ano lot of prime fresh WESTERN HOPS,
and for sale by the pound or hundred weight, by
0. F. PANK.MN,
Chemist and Apothecary,
July ll thara No. 133 Meeting street
?3-NOT1CE.-I HEREBY CAUTION ALL
persons not to credit any ono in my nrme without my
written order. CHARLES DEIGNAN.
July 4 6*
JOJTSTATE 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 the Legislature, In
such caae mode and provided, do heroby give public no?
tice that an ELECTION FOR SHERIFF OF CHARLES?
TON DISTRICT will be held on Monday, the 5th of
August next, at all tho usual places of election through?
out the said District
Witness my band, at Charleston, the 36th June, 1907.?
J. W. BROWNFIELD, C. G. S. and C. P.
J83- NOTICE T ) MARDTELS.-C A P T AI NS
AND PILOTS wishing to anchor: thc lr VPSROls In Ashley
River, aro requested not to dp so anywhere within direct
rango of the heads ot the SAVANNAH RAILROAD
WHARVES, on (he Charleston and St Andrew's side ci
tho Ashley RI vor; by which precaution, contact with the
Submarine Telegraph Cable will bo avoided,
?S. C. TURNER, H. M.
Harbor Master's Office, Charleston, February 6, 1866..
J8EF-ERROR8 OF YOUTH.-A GENTLEMAN
who aufferod for years from Nervous Debility, Pre?
maturo Docay, and all the effects of youthful indiscre?
tion, will, for tho sake of suffering humanity, send tree,
t> .1 ll who need it, tho receipt and directions for making
tho eimplo remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers
tvishi- f to prom bj the advertiser's experience, can do
30 by undressing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN,
April 12 3mos* No 42 Cedar street New York.
SS" WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE
EL M. WHITING, Esq., ai a candidate for Sheriff of
Charleston (Judicial) District, at tho next election.
UsT BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS'
SPLENDID y AIR DYE is the best m the world. The
roly true and perfect T>y-harmless, reliable, instan?
taneous. No disappointment No ridiculous tints.
Natural Black or Brown. Roracdlos tho ill effects of Bad
Dyes. Invigorates tho hair, leaving it soft and beautiful,
rho gonuino ls slgnod William. A. Batchelor. All others
ire mere imitations, and should bo avoided. Sold by all
Druggists and Perfumera. Factory, No. 81 Barclay
itrcct, Now York.
MIT BEWARE OF A COUNTERFEIT.
December 10 . lyr
J83- BEAUTIFUL HAIR.-CHEVALIER'S LIFE
br the HAIR positively restores gray hair to ita original
?olor and youthful beauty; imparta lifo, strength and
?rowth to tho weakest hair; slops its falling out at once;
tecps thc head clean; is unparalleled aa a hair-dreeaing.
?old by all druggists, fashionable hair-dressers, and deal
ra in ancy poods. Tho trade supplied by the whole
SARAH A. CHEVALIER, M. D.,
Juno 8 : Btuth?mo New York.
?3- THE GRAVEST MALADIES OF YOUTH
iND EARLY. MANHOOD_HOWARD ASSOOTATTO.N
?SSAYS, on the Physiology of the Passions, and thc
?rrors. Abusos and Diseases poculiar to the first ago ol
a an, with Reporta on now methods of treatment em
iloyed in this institution. Sent in sealed letter en?
velopes, free of charge
Address Dr. J. 6KILLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Ta.
May 20 3mo
tar ARTIFICIAL E YES. - ARTIFICIAL HU?
IAN EYES mode to order and inserted by Drs. F.
MUCH and P. GOUGLEMANN (formerly employed by
tousosKEAO, or Paris), No. 500 Broadway, Now York.
April 14 lyr
JOS" A YOUNG LADY RETURNING TO HER
ouatry homo, after a sojourn of a lew months In the
ity, was" hardly recognized by her friends. In place o'
i coarse, rustic, flushed face, sho had a soft ruby com
tlexlon of almost marble smoothness, and instead ol
w. nty-throo she really appeared but eighteen. Upon ln
iniry as to thc cause of so great a cheuge, she plainly
old them that she used tho CIRCASSIAN BALM, and
ionsidcrcd it an invaluable acqniei Uon to any lady's toilet
3y its use any Lady or Gentlemen can Improve their per
lonal appearance an hui*Ind ibid. It is simple in its
iombination, aa Nature herself is simple yet unsurpasa
id in its efficacy in ?cawing imparities from, also booi?
ng, cleansing and beautifying thc skin and complexion.
3y its directicHon on the cuticle lt draws from it all its
m pari ti es, kindly healing thc same, and leaving tho fur
ace as Natura i ?.tended it should bc-clear, soft, smooth
md beautiful. Price IL' sent by Mail or Express, on re
>oipt of an order, by
W. L. CLARK 4 CO., ChomiBts,
No. 3 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. T.
Tho only American Agents for tho salo of the same.
March 30 ly
ESTABLISHED EIGHTEEN YEARS.
Laboratory, No. IO Crosby street, New York.
30 JO Boxes, Bottles and Flasks manufactured daily.
SOLD LYALL BRUGG ISIS EVERYWHERE
" COSTAR'S " SALES DEPOT,
No. 4SA BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
SVlicro SI, $3 to $5 sizes arc put up for Fnm ilics, Stores
shipsf Boats, Publy: Institutions, fcc., kc.
It ls truly wonderful thc confidence Ant is now had in
livery torin of Preparations Hint comes from " Coaler's "
..COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATORS-For Rats, Mice,
Roaches, Ants, kc, kc. "Only infdlible remedy known."
"Not dangerous to thc haman fan.ily." "Rata como out
of their holes to die," kc. * aBW
"COSTAR"J" BED-BUG EXTERMINATOR-Jfiquidf*]
pdtnp in bottles, and never known to fail. .
"nSTAB'S" ELECTRIC POWDER-^Fbr Moths ia W
rr.rs.tMid^VM.-fflVn*. is iuvuluable. Nothing canjejnftedJt L
for powor aud efficacy. Destroys instantly ?ll >?Wt!*'?r?|l
Plauts, Fowls, Animals, A-c.
.' COSTAR'S" BUCKTHORN SALVE-For Cuts, Burns,
Wounds, Bruises, Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples, Piles in
all forms, Old Sores, Ulcer--, and all kinds of cutaneous
affections. No family should bc without it II exceeds
in efficacy all other Salves in uso.
"COSTAR'S " CORN SOLVENT-For Corns, Bunions,
? COSTAR'S " BITTER SWEET AND ORANGE BLOS
S 1MB Brantlnoa the complexion, by giving to thc skin
a soft and beautiful freshness, and is incomparably be?
yond anything now iu use. Ladies of taste and position
regard it as au essential to thc 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
Headache. A Pill that is uow rapidly superseding all
"COSTAR'S" COUGH REMEDY-For Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup, Whooping Cough, Asth?
ma, and all forms ol' llronchial, and Diseases of the
Throat and Longs. Address
HUNKY R. COSTAR,
No. 4S2 BROADWAY, N. Y.
DOWIE & MOISE,
No. 151 Heeling street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
DEVOTED LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART,
AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.
Cl-.rraw, S. C. Published weekly, by W. L. T. PRINCt
TF.itMs or KUBscitrPTioN :
One copy ono year.ft Ol
One copy six months. 2 itu
One copy three months. j ou
Five copies one year.l? 00
IIATKS OS AOYJKJmSlMO :
One Square, lon lines or less, first insertion.#1 ail
For each subsequent insertion. 1 uo
All Advert! semen ta to be distinct'..- marked, or tbrj
will be published until ordered out, and charged accord?
Merchants and others advertising by the year, - libo
ral deduction on the al uve tales will bj mud?,
JO-OFFICE OF BOARD OF HEALTH.
CHARLESTON, S. C., JUNE 28th, 18C7.-On and after
ThU Day, CLORi ? OF LIME AND COPPERAS, for
DISINFECTING PURPOSES, will be furnished free oj
charge, on application at thia Office, No. 117 Coming
jtrcct, oe the City authorities earnestly desire that the
citizens generally should use disinfectants promptly and
freely, wherever necessary.
GEORGE S. PELZEB, M. P.,
Ju nj 23 10 City Registrar.
tar NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS HAVING, DE?
MANDS, against the estate of THOMAS RYAN, deceased,
will present their claims, properly attested; and those
indebted will make payment to WM. B. RYAN,
Qualified Administrator, with the Will annexed,
June 27 th3 At No. 7 State street
tar HALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR
RENEWER has proved itself to be the most perfect pre?
paration for tho hair ovor offered to the public
It is a vegetable compound, and contains no injurions
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL
It will keep tho hair from falling out
It cleanses the scalp and makes tho hair soft, lustrous
and silken. ".'
It is a splendid hair dressing.
No person, old or young, should fail to use it
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY THE FIRST
tar Ask for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer,
and take no other. B. P. HAT,T. & CO.,
Nashua, N. H., Proprietors.
For sale by all Druggists. Whole Ale by
SUCCESSORS TO KING A SD CAS?lDEY,
Marchi tilly* Charleston, S. C.
WE HAVE NOW ADDED TO OUR NEWS
PAPER ESTABLISHMENT & most extensive and
Supplied with a great variety of PLAIN AND;
. . j ? .: 't . ? 'i ....??)
FANCY TYPE, of the latest and most approved
styles ; and we have ovory facility for oxeouting
all kinds of JOB. WORK in
Bill and Letter Heads
j. " ! Kl ..
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, ; ?til t? uw/ ei'-ist lt >.ttl*?f'?;?
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Sec., &c, &c.
THOSE OP OUR FRIENDS DE
gfelNG JOB} WORK, will please
reave theirs orders with us. We
will guarantee as good work, and
at as CHEAP RATES, as can be
had in Charleston.
CATHCART, MULLAN 4 MORTON.
M y 9
IS AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LET
, Merchants and business mon ny it tor a few months.
..No risk no gain." Send on your canis and increase
your trude thia tali There'? nothing to equal Printer's
Ink-it lias mado many a fortune.
Terms for the paper-$3 per annum, in advance.
Advertisements inserted at thc raio of $1 lier sqnare ot
twelve lines or lesa for each insertion.
Our la of tou Unca or lesa, at thc rito of $10 for thrcf
inantbs. ., "
Contracts by tho year or tor six months, allowing priv
?Ieee of chan"ing on more favorable terms. Address
neg? oi i^uui?, * EDWARD A. BRONSON.
McvoMib.1 L? l'n;.i.-u.-i .11.1 iet.ti.icr
THE ORANGE BURG NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, Al
Orangeburg, S. C. Terms 12 per annum, in ad
During thc spring and fall seasons extra copies of the
OB?MBBOBO NEWS will bo circulated for the benefit ol
.?ur. advertising patrons. -
Centrad Advertisements inserted on the most boora!
tenns. Address SAMDKL DIBBLE,
Editor Oran, deburg News,
February 25 Orangeburg, 8
FOIX LIVERPOOL..-THE NOR?
WEGIAN Bark "KJELIESTAD," WEXOE. Corr
mander, capacity, 1000 bales Cotton, having
more than three fourths of her cargo on hand
arni ready to go aboard, will have quick dispatch for the
The "KJELIESTAD" is receiving cargo To-day.
>'or freight engagements apply to
COURTENAY k TRENHOLM.
July 9 tutL'J Union Wharves.
FOR COOPER RIVER. -THETAST
sailing sloop JULIA DEAN will leave Marshall's
wharf, on the 1st and* 15th ol July, and coatinue
until further notice, for all points on Western
branch of Csopcr River, and Eastern branch to Bonnes c'a
Ferry. Trading is strictly prohibited.
For Freight engagements, apply to Master on board, or
to EBAUGH& M ALLON EE,
N. B.-All Freights must bo prepaid.
Juno 23 imo
THE SUPERIOR SCREW SEA M SHIP
E. 0. REED, COMMANDER. ,9tl?
TT7TLL SALL FOR THE. ABOVE PORT, FROM PDZR
TT No. 1, Union Wharves, on Friday Afternoon, t at ?
o'clock. .>? ?? ?',
For Fi eight or passage, having good cabin accommo?
dations, apply to COURTENAY k TRENHOLM,
July ll_2_ Union Wharves.
FOR ROCKVILLE AND EDI8T0.
_ ' Ivs;
CAPT. P. BOYLE. ti? !
IS NOW RECEIVING FREIGHT AT' ATLANTIC
WHARF, and will leave on Friday, the 12th, at 3
A. M. ? '? '
Returning will leave Edisto on Saturday, the 13th, st
For Freight'or Passage, apply on board, or to
JNO. k THEO. GETTY, Agenta..
Joly ll _ . ' No. g East Bay.
NEW YORK 'AND CHARLESTON
, FOR NEW YORK,
THE NEW AND ELEGANT 8LDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
WOODHULL, COMMANDER, ,
TT7TLL LEAVE FROM ADO EE/8 .SOUTH WHARF,
TT on Saturday, the 13th tost, at 3 o'clock P. M.
A3~ AU outward Freight engagements must bo mada
at the offlc- of COURTENAY k TRENHOLM, Na At
M3~ For Passage and all math rs connected with the
inward business of the Ships, apply to STREET BROTH?
ERS k CO., No. 74 East Bay.
STREET BROTHERS k CO., I
COURTENAY k TRENHOLM, J AgeOW"
July8_,_. . .; , ...
FOR NORTH AND SOUTH EDISTO,
ROCKVILLE, HI TCHINSON'S I Al AND,
BENNETT'S POINT, AND ISTE H HEDI?
ATE LANDINGS. , ,
r"""_.__ . :
.... . . ! ?li '-' M . V
CAPT. JAS. G. RUMLEY.
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE FROM SOUfH
Atlantic Wharf, on Friday Night, 12th inst, at 19
Returning will leave Edisto on Sunday, at 12 M. '
Freight received on Thursday and Friday, and be pre?
For Freight or Passage anply ou board, or to .
JNO. H" MURRAY, Market Wharf.
N. B. Passengers eau sleep on board the night previ?
ous._tuthfS_ , July 9
1000 TON S BURTHEN,
CAPTAIN L. M. COXETTEB, u;
TI7TLL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC WHAWEVW I
YT Tooday Night, at 9 o'clock, for Savannah, ?.
For freight or passage apply on board or to office of'
J. D. AIKEN k CO, Agoi,;*, ? |
May 10_ South Atlantic Wharf.
TllltOll. Il Tl( KaTS TOFLOKIIM,
? ? .1 .. . .. j -*V "K
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
STEAM PACKET LINE,' ,
" . ., . \_a ... . -f il
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
STEAMER PILOT BOY. ...CAPT. W. T. ?ioN?LTY*.
STEAMER FANNIE.i..OAPT. F'PEGK.
ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAMERS WILL L'AVE
Charleston and Savannah evory Storulay, Wednes?
day end Friday Mornings, at 7 o'clock. Touching ist
Bluffton on Monday, trip from Charleston, and Weona
day; trip from Savannah.
Freight received daily from 9 A. M. to 6 P. M., and
stored free of charge.
All Way Freight, also Bluffton Wharfage, must be pre*
For freight or passace, apply to
JOHN FERGUSON, Accommodation Wharf,
CLAG li OE N k CUNNINGHAMS,
Agents, Savannah, Ga.
Agents, Beaufort, s.e. ai
N. B.-THROUGH TICKETS sold at thc office of the
Agency in Cbarlestou to points on thc Atlantic and Gulf
Railroad, and to Fernandina and points on thc St John's
NEW YORK. AND BREMER STEAMSHIP
THE FIRST-CLASS U. S. MAIL STEAMSHIPS
ATLANTIC. I NORTH HRN LIGHT.
BALTIC. I WESTERN METROPOLIS
Leave Pier No. 46, N. E.. Now York, every second Sat?
urday, from June 15.
FOB SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN, i
taking passengers to Southampton, London, Havre ?al
Bremen, at the followirg rates, payable in gold or io
equivalent in currency :
First Cabin, $110; Second Cabin, $66; Steerage,
l "rom Bremen, Southampton and Havre to New Soi tr,
llrst Cabin, $110; Second Cabin, $75; Steerage, $43.
EXCURSION TICKETS OUT AND HOME-First
Cabin, $210; Second Cabin, $130; Steerage, $70.
SALLI.VG DATS FBOM NEW TOBE AXD BREMEN :
Juno 15 and 29 I July 13 and 27 I August 10 and 21
Sept 7 and 21 | Oct 6 and 19 | Nov. 2 and 16 .
For Freight or Passage apply to
ISAAC TAYLOR, Pr?sidant,
February 27 ly No 40 Broadway. N. Y.
Office No. Ul Meeting i\t\ t.
Every attention given to the sale
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGHT
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PLANT, President,
April 10 '_Augusta. Qa.
THE MARION STAR,
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO, Iii
published at Mirica, S. C., in the central portion
oi thc country, and offers a favorable medium to Mer?
chants, Druggists, Machiulsts, and all classes who desir*
to extend tbeir business in tho Pee Deo country.
For tbe benefit ot our advertising patrons, we nhill, in
addition to our subscription list which is constantly in?
creasing, publieh and distribute gratuitously 3000 extra
copies of the STAR, during thc business season this
Rates of Advertising liberal.
W. J. McKERALL,
November 20 Editor and Proprietor.