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VOLUME 'VII.-NUMBER 1097.
CHARLESTON, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1869.
?HEAT BUT AIN-HOY AL BEVIEW AT WINDSOR
COST OF TELEGRAPH LINES.
LONDON, June 2d-P. M.-Tho Queen re
Viowod the Guards at Windsor to-day, in honor
of tho Viceroy of Egypt. There were twenty
/thousand persons present, and groat enthu?
siasm was manifested.
lt is stated to-day that it will cost tho gov?
ernment ?0 500,000 to parchase the telegraph
lines of th? country, as contemplated.
."FRANCE - PROGRESS OF THE KEW CABLE-TROU?
BLE IN THE CORPS LEGISLATIF.
BREST, June 26.-Advices have been received
through the cable from the steamship Great
Eastern np to this morning. Some difficulty
had been encountered, but eveiytbing was
favorable at the last accounts. At noon y OH tar
day sho had sailed 497 knots, and had paid out
612 knots of cable. At 4:30 this morning a faull
waa detected in the communicat ion witb the
i shore, and the ship was instantly stopped and
?measurea taken to localize the fault. Tbis-was
?found to be impossible; hut signals soon after
d became perfect again, and it was resolved
proceed, which was done, and the Bignals
t up to this time have been good.
* BREST, Juno 27.-At noon on Saturday, the
jSreat Eastorn had made 574 knots, and paid
Out 630 m des of cable. She was detained three
hours on Saturday morning, on account of in?
terruption of Bignale; the defect was removed,
communication restored, and the expedition
BREST, June 29.-The Or eat Eastern ia pro?
NAPOLEON S POLICY.
PARIS, Jone 27.-The Emperor bas written a
letter to Schnieder. President of the Corps L?g?
islatif, in which be says tbe policy of the Gov?
ernment hatv been made manifest with suffi?
cient clearness to prevent' equivocal interrup?
tion. Mow, as before the elections, it will con?
tinue to perform the task of reconciling strong
power with sincerely liberal institutions.
Schneider's resignation has been withdrawn.
A SCREAM PROM THE AMERICAN SABLE.
PARIS, JUDO 29.-J. G. Warren, an American
citizen, bau entered a fermai complaint for ar?
rest and cruel treatment during the liot, and
demands damages through Minister Wash
SPAIN-POLICY OF ' THE GOVERNMENT TOWARD
MADRID, June 26.'-There was an exciting
debate in tbe Cortes to-day on the polioy of
the Government -toward ' th ^_Be publican s and
the arbitrary conduct of civil governors.
Smor 8agaator said that the government
was determined to punish ail unconstitutional
MJDRXD, Jane 27.-In the Cortes yesterday
the te pub i i can members were warned that
theil presence in the Chamber was permitted
as ai a ot of patriotism, but they could not he
tolente J as accomplices in a scheme for build?
ing ip a republic The present condition of
affairs could not lon? continue, as it weald be
oom? necessary to represa the people, or anar?
chy vould result.
General Duloe has arrived in this city.
Changes in the Ministry are imminent.
ITALY-THE COUNTRY AGAIN TRANQUIL.
FLORENCE Jane 26.-The official newspaper
r^be following "The country is tran
.r j where, and the attitude of the people
tadorne vigilance of the authorities will pre?
vent further disturbances.n
MEiAN, June 26.-The government has for
biddm the circulation of subscriptions to aid
those injured in the Ia" o disturbances.
THE CUBAN REVOLUTION. ?V
HA/ANA, June 29.-The Nsw Captain-Gene?
ral, Ie Bodas, was received very quietly. His
manifesto states that bis policy will be em?
brace! in three words-"dpaiu, Justaco and Mo?
rality He tells the volunteers tbat they
shoat! be proad of their past actions.
Tb? insurgents have captured the garrison
at Saliva Nueva, near Puerto Prinoipe.
NEV YORE, Juno 29.-Notwithstanding Mar?
shal Jarlo w's denial, it is considered certain
that tho filibusters got to sea, and that the
"Catlarine," wbioh the revenue cutter captur?
ed, wis a deco v. Captain Hamilton, with fifty
men lecruited nt Bichmond, are with the ex
VIRGINIA, i. .
BKHMOND, Jane 29. - General Canby issued
an crier to-day, extending the stay law to Jan?
uary tat, 1870, in all cases where one y oar'a
int?r?t on tbe debt is paid before August
next, but allowing executions to be levied in
oases in which such interest is not paid.
Thee waa a large Republican meeting in the
Park, this afternoon, whiob was addressed by
Van Vyok, ol' New York ; Beers, of Montana,
and others. Near the close of the meeting, a
whiteBepebhoan m the crowd dissented from
one cf tho speakers, and che negroes thinking
it waa a Conservative, set on him and beat him
severity. The police rescued him.
Gilbrb C. Walker, candidate for Governor,
arrivel to-night, was serenaded by the Con?
servatives, and spoke in response.
SPARKS FROM TUE WIRES.
TbeUnited States Government has now no
war visse! in Cuban waters.
Bick silver mines have been discovered on
the lite of tbe Southern Pacific Railroad.
V*th? steamers City of Newport and Bay
taeen w?re injured by a collision io a fog st
.rovidence, B. I., yesterday; but no Uves were
The Secretaries of War- and the Navy have
?laced their forces at the disposal of the Secre
tory of tbe Treasury, to break np illicit dis?
It is laid that there will be a favorable eet
ttemeol ot the affaira of tbe Merchant's Nation
kl Bani at L ttle Bosk, Ark., and an early re
sumption of business.
The New York limes of yesterday has a
long sartorial approving Federal non-interfe
ronco ia favor of either of the tickets in Virgin
ia, Tennessee and Texas. *
-Hans and Gottlieb, two Tentonio friends io
Buffalo, recently hud a drinking matoo, ina
beer garden. They progressed ' neck and
.cok*' to the fifteenth g ass; time, three-quar?
ters of tn hour. The clock struck ten. Hana
8/v >gd at, Gottlieb abd Gottlieb l oked at Bane,
SBjnoJi looked at the sixteenth glass wiiioh
they held full in their banda. "By tam, I neat
lam," Hans was heard to mutter, and with an
.ff ?rt be drained his glass. Gottlieb tried to fol?
low suit, but couldn't get It down, and had to
set his baJl-4inutied glass beek upon the table.
Haas perceived this movement, sad grasped
us aevenieeuih gb se. A short strusgie and
be was outside his seventeeah. "I wo to one
ap Hana." was the ory. Go: theb had near?v
(bushed hie s xteenih, bat suddenly it dropped
IA the floor, and the feeble words, '1 can
brink no mura." issued from between his teeth,
I? he sante into AVoukeo oblivion. Hans, ?rho
aad worried down about two-thirds of ins eig i
eenth glees when he saw that he had won the
fietory. looked np Haltingly at his friends
.ndsaid, p.H.ting contemptuously at bra fal?
ta Iba, "Ooh I by tua I if I was to try again I
ovid drink der whole keg," and then fell back
AFFAIRS IN COLLETON.
An Interesting Letter from the Country.
WA^TEBBOBO', 8. 0., Juno 20.
TO THE EDIIOK OF TUE NEWS.
The Town of Walterboro' has a dilapidated
appearance, and impresses strangers with the
belief that ita glory waa departed forever.
Many of the residences are unenclosed, fences
thrown down, crates swinging by one hinge,
and often, on entering, ono would almost ox
peot to se? the beamiug taoe of the hospitable
planter ct the glorious ante bellum, when ho is
rudely awike to the reality by the appearance
of a patriarchal face and beard, noddine, not
with the Salve ! of the planter, but the Cave!
ot the bi ly goat, who ie tenant at will, and, if
times do not improve, bide fair to bold in fee
Many of tbe planters have sho vn great want
of energy, and because the labor was uncer?
tain, money hard to raise, and the chances of
crops precarious, aeom to regard - it as the legi
timate business of the balance of their livoe to
fold their arms, mourn the past, and forebode
evil for the future. ? portion of the young
men deserve that I should do them the justice
to say that they h&ve done all tbat oould bo
done under such great disadvantages. Un?
used to work themselves, when negroes refus?
ed to contract they seized the handlea, and
have given practical illustration that the hand
supposed to be useless from the enervating
influence of the kid glove oould guide the
plough as steadily or wield the axe ae success?
fully, if baoked hy the right pluck, as the
horny hand of thejpine laud plough boy.
Not withstanding the signs of deeay referred
to above, Walterboro' does a brisk tl ade, espe?
cially in the fall. J. W. Burbridge. Bellinger
& Bon, P. H. B. Sbuler, J. J. Klein, H. W.
Linken, Jasper Bice, H. Warner and M. Flaum
are the business h mses- all of them doing a
good business. Walterboro' boasts the finest
courthouse and jail of any county in the State.
The bar ia represented by Tracy A Malone, Wil?
liams & Fox, Godfrey A Harper, Henderson A
Behre, Robert Campbell. W. B. Harley, O. B.
Farmer and Jefferson Warren, all of whom
seem, tobe alive to the inter asts of their clients;
and if the next session of tbe court (in July) is
not consumed by sessions business as was the
last, they hope to clear the dockets of tho great
mass of business that has been accumulating
for a loag time.
Tbe com crops in this section are promising,
though ?they suffered for rain. Bat experienced
planters say that il we get rain now fine crops
will at'll be mada.
Cotton is backward but Very clean and in a
healthy cond.tlon. If the c&terp.llar would
falsify the prediction of everybody and stay
away, Abe crops would yet reward the fdithraf,
and gladden the hearts of the despondent.
To write of the political situation might be
considered only a plagiarism ol accounts from
other counties, but perhapa with-features of an
ajrerwated nature. With few exceptions oar
public offices are filled with a set of men who
would regard it only as a matter of merriment
if they were accused of having the interest of
the public at heart. I think they stand m
little danger bf an accusation so perteotly
groundless. Each of these birds of passage
seem only to think of bow he can best feather
his own nest, nob oaring whether friend or foe
ia plucked, so he gets the feathers.
The township elections are straws, showing
the way the wind wonld blow if the negro were
not completely controlled by a party whose
whole object is evidently to plunder.
In the lew township elections yet held, the
negroes (although in the majority) have al?
lowed the whites a liberal shaie of the offices,
and show their good sense m belog guided to
select the best men that would accept the po?
An election was held for Warren Township
on the 12 h instant. It waB agreed upon be
fore .that party tiokets should not be ran, and
the following persons were elected: James G.
Padgett, Thomas Wilhams and Isaac Spell,
(the last colored,) Selectmen;-Conor,
Clerk; Philip J. Hiers, Surveyor of Roads; Jim
Bisher, colored, Constable. Sheridan Town?
ship elected Benjamin Hoghes, James D
Ackerman, Aaron Mw tin, (last colored,) Se?
lectmen; HtoboB. Perry, Clerk; James A. Ao?
kerman. garvey or of Roads: -Kit- Lness. color?
ed, Constable. .,
How the Atlantic Cable ls Worked.
We find tho following interesting account of
the working of the Atlantic cable in a recent
lecture by the Hon. William J. MoAlpiue, on
the subject of "Modern Engineering :"
Telegraphy may. with propriety, be consid?
ered one of the brandies of engineering, and
is peculiarly of modern development. A elevar
writer says, that it may be read by each of the
five senses. Od land linea each signal is made
by suspending the flow of the electric current
for two different .intervals of time called "dots
and dashes"-the ase of which, in different or?
ders constitutes the alphabet of the telegraph.
When these-ate printed they are road by
"sight," bat ordinarily the operator reads'them
by "sound" as easily as a musician reads-the
letters of the scale by the same sense. If the
oporator has no ins tramant, he will grasp tho
wire in his hand and read the signals by ''feel?
ing" the interm ssions ot the flow of the elec?
tric current. In like manner, by placing; the
wire across his tongue be can "taste" the same
lnterruission, tait this is a dangerous expert
me-; c. And it is said that the electricity can
be made to dissolve a chemical and produse a
pungent odor io the telegraphic alphabet ?vhich
can be read by "smelling,* bot for this 1 do not
vouoh. I behove that the method ot signalling
through the Atlantic cable is known in detail
to bat few persona. Tho operation is exaotly
reversed from that of the land wires.
Tbe gutta-percha covering of tbe ? copper
wires, ander the pressure of a great depth of
water, becomes an absorbent of the electricity
wbioh is being set through them to tbe extent
ot 90 per cent. Tbe first portion of the electric
wave ot 10 per cent, crosses the. ocean (1700
rni.es) in two aecon B, ?nd it would be followed
by a succession of waves from the restoration
o? that portion of the electricity which has
been absorbed by the gotta-percha in impulses,
and the signal would be rc poa ted like cohoes,
and produce not only confusion, but great de?
lay. To remedy Ibis Professor Yarley intro*
duo d a key, which sends alt?rnale currents,
positive and negative, at euch . intervals as
allow the first wave of 10 pee cent, to pass for?
ward, and then that portion aDsorbed bv tbe
covering is neutralized bj its opposite, and the
cable is cleared for the transmission of a second
pair of currents. The battery usxl is a very
email ono, (threo ot Daniel's oap?,) and tho
signal being 10 per cent, of this small current,
is powerless to move- any of the other instru?
ments in nae on land. The instrument used
consists ot a minute polarized needle, suspend?
ed ou a Bingle strand or a spider'*" web, or one
from the silkworm. In the middle of this
minute needle is placed an a'moat microscopic
mirror, windi reflects a Bingle ray of li^ ht from
a powerful lamp *
The currents of electricity affect this needle
alternately to tbe right and lef?. for a space of
time corresponding to that ocoupied in tbe Bie?
nal of the land-line, the same kind of alphabat
being used in Doth otses. Tho rec'iver (not
operatjr) sits in a dirk room, and the sm all
mirror reflaots tbe ray of light upon a piece of
white paper before him, ou which-a bl?ok line
is drawn, to tbe right and left of which tbe
hg nt is alternately refleoted. Tie receiver
reads these signals by "sight " and transmits
them into another person, placed outside of
the dirk room, by means of an ordinary io
Btrameot. A short time since. General Rey?
nolds toid me that be had sent a massage,
without either wire or cable, ninety-two miles
across an arm uf L kn Superior." by means of
the helio'rope- or mirror; and on the roturo of
this messenger, woo had noon ?ont with a
written copv, be found that the heliotrope mes?
sage had been received, understood aodobjyed.
He had two assistants, who had been tele?
graphic operators, who had for a whole sum?
mer been amusing themselves m tadtiog to
oaob other with these ins tramen is, though
they were stationed ten. twenty, or thirty,
miles apart.' When the rebel General Morgan
made his great raid through Indiana and
Ohio he captured ono ot my operators, and
MMDpeiiedhimto telegraph, in General Low
?Vallaoe'a name to Cincinnati, asking how
nany r?gulai troops ware in that oity. Morgan
read by "bound." and tc ero toro tho opera or
lid not dire to intimate tbat ho waa under
Inresa, and cou d only venture to add an extra
initial to his own signature. -The receiving
iperator at Cincinnati knew tba? Morgao waa
n that neiguboihood, and suspecting from
heexuca initial letter that all #va* not rig it.
eplied greatly exug/e-anng the foi co of rogu
tr? and the consequence waa that MOT ur ?rs
hanged his rome to a orroult of twenty sanea
leyond the city, ad i thoa saved it from a sask,
nd the probante loss ot minions of dollars.
- THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
The Charleston Collcctorsntp-The Ten?
nessee Campaign - Th? Adminirtra
I tlon Favorable to * tah es-Attorney ?
General Hoar's Resignation Mooted
mouther n Steamship anil SnHsWy
The Washiogtou correspondent of the Balti?
more ?un. writes nuder date of Sunday night:
Albert G. Mackey, collector of customs for
the port ot Charles .on, 8. C., was removed yes?
terday, and George W< Clark appointed lu hiB
place. The pnucipal oba*ge against Maokey
ia that he put conservatives in office under bim
I and refused to recognize the friends ot the ad?
ministration. Mr. Clark, Mackey's successor,
ia a Northern man.
The administration having been forced to
I lake sides in the contest now t oing on in Ten
I nessee, has declared in favor of Stokes for Gov?
ernor as against Sontor. Stokes bas made a
strong appeal to the President to have th J fed?
eral patronage iii the State thrown in his favor.
The President has responded favorably. AU
I federal officeholders in Tennessee will be ex?
pected to aid S okes, or suffer the conse?
quences. Senator Brownlow'? course in oppo?
sing General Grant in the Senate, and in taking
sides with Senter, has neutralized whatever in
I fiuence he had with the administration. Here?
after Stokes will he regarded by the President
as the leader of the party in Tennessee.
' It is said that Attorney-General Hoar medi?
tates resigning his place in the Cabinet et an
early day, and that his successor will be ap?
pointed from Pennsylvania. This is given by
I som o os explanation of che President's con
I duce in appointing Mr. Borte's suooessor from
I Mow Jersey, instead of Pennsylvania. Penn?
sylvania politicians, who are doubtful of car?
rying the State at the next election, say no
I thing will save them but a movement of tbia
I Senator McDonald, of KaneaB, will, at the
I next session of Congress, present a memorial
signed by H. G. Walbridge, of New York: W.
H. Tr?nholm, of South Carolina; H. T. Blow,
I of Missouri; J. J. Hinds, of Arkansas, and
I others, for tbe establishment of a ate amship
line ii om Norfolk, Va., and New York, to the
I Mediterranean and Suez Canal. The memorial
I will be accompanied by a bill incorporating the
I company, which also provides thdt the compa
I ny shall be established by subsidies from the
I Southern States, and the Postmaster-General
I shall give it a mad contr tot for fifteen years,
I at the compensation of $12 OOO per week. Tba
I object of the company is to encourage imtni
I gration to the Southern States from Southern
I Europe and the Eist.
I Kx-PrealeTent Johnson In Washington
I Ula Opinions of President Unat and)
I the Administration-Bitter Commenta
opon (General Grant.
I Another correspondent of the same ptfpei
I Ex-president Johnson arrived in this city to
J night, accompanied by Colonel Jobo Williams,
I of Tennessee. The objeot of his visit is to ab
I tend to private business, and to be present at
I the commencement ot Georgetown College on
I Thursday next, his eon being a pupil at thal
I Your correspondent Bought an interview
I with the ex-President and found him in good
I health and spirits, and willing as usual to coi
I verse upon political and other topics. He std
I feels very bitterly towards President Grant
J When askad his opinion ot the President aie
j tbe administration he replied very frankly anc
I freely, "You know what my opinion was in thc
I past, and I have seen nothing in the conduct
I of the administration to induce me to chang*
I that opinion." He then spoke of the President
I m the most contempt nous terms, ooaraoteriz
I ing him as a nonentity, as wanting in physics
I and intellectual power, and declared that hi
I was a man without creed or a policy, ant
I therefore not to be trusted.
I He reviewed some ot the past acts of his owi
I administration, especially those with whicl
I (Jeneral Grant, as a Cabinet officer, was con
I booted. He said he knew Grant thoroughly
I and had on more than one occasion read hin
1 through &n i throuTh, and was satisfied tba
I ho waa Wltndht M?bHtftUCe OT OpTUlOOB Of 5?
f own. He also spoke of Cabinet members fron
I whom tbe President had been the recipient o
I He thought it a most humiliating apectaol
I the Preaident of the United States should per
I mit himself to be placed under such obliga
I tions to hid constitutional advisers. He thei
I rehearsed at length the controversy betweei
I himself and General Grant, and reiterated th
I charge of prevarication on the part of the lat
I ter. Upon this subject Mr. Johnson bec im
very warm and showed a greal deal ot ill tem
I per and bitterness of sDirit. "
He had no favors to a.-k of this administra
I ti on, he said, and no ends te accomplish,. H
had reached the summit ot his ambition, an
I his race was almost run. All that he desire
was to soe the government fixed upon a split
I constitutional foundation ; but he-Had no hep
of that under ;ho present' administration. H
I took a most discouraging view bf public affair
generally, and entertained the moaPqaerion
I apprehensions of the result.
- j A NOBLE-HEARTED WOMAN.
Mrs. Crane ' Pleads for Verger's' i,lf<
The Natchez (Miss.) Democrat of the Sdi
I instant says:
I Through the kindness of a friend we are pei
I mitt ed to make the following extracts from
I lady's private letter to a lady in this city. ]
I shows snoh true nobility of heart in tbe wido
] of the late Colonel Grane as cannot but add.
I anything can be added, to the piofoundsympj
I thy felt for the bereaved lady by the people <
Mississippi. We quote:
I "When Kev. Dr. Crane got to Brown's ator<
I he found Colonel Crane lying with his feet c
I the pavement and bis head and body in tl
Biore, just wellet lng io bia blood and dea<
I On the floor clioging to the dead body Of h<
busband, and covered with hie blood, was h
I WitO. calling bim by every endearing nam
I imploring him to speak once more. She wi
sut rounded by men and negroes; no fema
I near ber. While Ber. Dr. Urine knelt by he
I trying to do what he could, the negro preach*
I Lynch stooped over and said to her, "Ye
shall bo revenged." Dr. Crane told him thei
waa no place for auch language; if he could si
nothing to soothe, .ber be must remain quie
Finally, Mrs. Crane was induced to enter a oi
naee where they were joined by Mrs. Judi
I Jeffords and Mrs. Major Bagan, and all wei
j to Dr. Crane's residence; Here the awful tri
I commenced-tor the scene was truly beac
rending. Mts. Crane was Boated in a chat
covered) With her husband's blood. She look?
I no at me add smiled, but oh I sucha emil
abe threw ber arms around me, and asked n
I if I knew Joeann had boen murdered, oallii
I him by every tender name. I aleuoat nhneki
I with agony. I got water and washed the blot
from her hands. I never witnessed each egon
I The ladies wept. The tears streamed down ti
I cheeks of the officers. Mrs. Graue begged
I go home at once to her parents-to her ti
eons--to the home where she had gone whi
first mai ried, where her husband* had ma
I her life one scene of happiness&c. She san
I she raved; but suddenly she turned and eau
I 'Judge Jo fiords and Dr. Crane. I call upon y<
I te hear rn? words. Judge Jeffords, by all tl
I love you bore my husband, ead I know ha w
I your dearest friend-youraaa boer in law 1
j seven long years-by all the love yon bore hit
II beseech ? on to use all the influence yon ha'
I to eave the man who murdered bim. Josei
I ia io the hand* ot bia God; lat tb it God be b
avenger. 'Vengeance ie mme, saith the Lori
Let not Mr. Ye rger fall into the bands of ma
let no more blood be spilt; le* myhaabanc
blood be offered for peuea; let lt ery to hean
for peace tor hia oona try; let it be th? manyi
bloo crving foi peace.'
'Turning to Dr. Cruse, ahe said: 'Dr. Orar
fletch this to all. I would go and eoe kit
rgerifl could, and tall ber I have no fat
lng of revenge,'
"She th ?n threw herself into tba arms
Dr. Crane and aoreamed, looking perfectly d
The remainder of the lotter is a narrative
intense grief, from the privacy ot whioh
woold not be proper to remove tba veil.
-The steamship Baited Kingdom, now so'
enty-one days ont from Glasgow, has not y<
be n h ard of, and oaf iona tetra are entortar
ed for her safety. Sba Ima sot been spoken 1
aa? vessel whiob arrived here latelv, nor I
any vessel whioh' arrived lu Barjoe. Ti
agents, however, are still hopefai, ss she
known to be a verv slow vessel even audi
sf earn; bot she ts eo'asd and wall boult aa
may baye drifted about ont of haul of any otb?
A QU JE AT FRUIT TEAR.
Prospects of an A bandant Fruit Yield
In all ?Auartcre-Taxe South and. Truck
From every part of the country come reports
of the fullness of the fruit trees. The New
York Evening Post, after noticing the cheering
prospect of the yield, adds : , &
Tbe people of New York begin, in one way*
to feel the benefit of the abolition or slavery'
in the Southern States-in the great aban-4
dance and variety of fruits and vegetables
which we now receive from different Southern
States. Since the close of tho war, market
gardening, or "truck farming," as it ia called,
has engaged the industry of thousands of
small capitalists along tho Southern seaboard;
this spring peas, boana, tomatoes and pota
i toes have been sold io our markets trhich were
raised in Florida. Georgia, South Carolina,
I North Carolina and Virginia. The red Bermu?
da potatoes bave found rivals in white and fair
tubers from the neigborhood of Savannah and
Charleston; strawberries, and lately black?
berries, have been brought hither from near
Norfolk; poaches from South Carolina are
sold in the shops, and presently we shall have
Market gardening in the South will yet be
a very important industry, wherever a rail?
road or a steamer is at hand to carry early
vegetables and fruits to New York. To raise
these will pay skilful and indus irions men
much better than to grow cotton; nor do these
small crops re qui ro so mu oh capital as the
more famous staples.
Vi one needs to be afraid that the Northern
market will be o vet B tocked. The city grows;
and it is after all only a large depot and store?
house for all the surrounding country. ?It ia
not possible to overstock suth a market aa
this, even with perishable articles. For in?
stance, no sooner do strawberries fall below a
certain price here, than agenta from Boatos
and che cities between here and there pick up
the choice lots to forward thither; and so it it
with other bruits.
It ia, by the way, one of the anomalies ic
market gardening that the earliest ououmbexe
are sent here from Boston. They are raised
under glass, of course; but how is it that u
fro wing! this vegetable the Boston gardeners
eat those of Savannah ? ; ti i
l Not only does the fruit promise well, bul
from all'parts of the Wost and Northwest wc
get welcome accounts of the promise of th?
grain crops. Unless some unforeseen cans?
prevents, the country will be made glad b:
full crops of every kind; and .tbe year.. .-1881
will be one to whioh farmers wilt look -baol
with pie tsure, and which will he one of the fa
mous years in agricultural annals. . ,
.-j ?. '' . \*SJ;
TUE XI1GII CONSTABLE IN JUG.
-Arrest of Constable Jahn H., Huofcaro
of South. Carolina, tn Augusta-jtefer
eating Particulars flR
The Augusta Chronicle, of yeslerd&y, says
On last Saturday night about ten o'clock
John B. Hubbard, holding tho office of Stat
Constable of South Carolina, was arrested ii
this oity on a warrant issued by Justice Elle
upon the a tad* vit of William ?. Flint, o h ar g
! ing him with the offence of Jalee imprisonment
The accused was taken before Justioa Eus toa
night, and being unable to give the bail re
quired-ono thousand dollars-was committee
to the city jail to await au investigation. Ol
Sesterday morning the prisoner was ashli
rou? ht before Justioe Ells on a warrant iaeuei
at the instan oe of Pleasant Sharpton, chareta!
him with the same offence, and bail require
in the aame amount as in the previous uk
stance. The case is a very singular one. <
In the early part of last mooth a row occui
red in the neighbonng Town of Hamburt
South Carolina, which reauYed in the won nc
ing of tbe town marshal, Kennedv, by a y ono
mao named Keyes. On the fourteenth of iknt
month Hubbard arrived in Hamburg from Cc
lumbla,armed with authority from the (Jovei
nor of South Carolina to arrest Kevern d A
other parties supposed to have h-ej^ T iflf
|MaVn the shooting affair. 0P~&??.?~ ;
-Aiihnntg, saneara anu DIB UBpu?es arr?ate
' aerara! of the citizens of the place oa snap
oion, among others the two complainant
Flint and Sharpton. On the evening of tl
fourteenth tho prosecutors allege tust Hu
hard and his officers brought them fro
Hamburg and the State of South ' Oar
I lina into this oity, and procuring a room
J the O lob J Hotel. confined their prisoners in
until the next morning, despite the fact th
this hotel was situated in the State of Georg
and not within the jurisdiction of Siuth Cai
lina. On the following morning this impriso
ment the party went to Columbia, and after ;
examination the prisoners were released on b
and returned to their homes. On last Sato rd
night Mr. Flint became aware of the presence
Hubbard in this city, and took out a warrant 1
his apprehension. He was discovered that nig
about tau o'clock by the officers, on Ellis-stre
and was arrested and carried hefor Justi
Ella with the result above described.
The accused denies the charge, of conn
and gives a very different version of the ana
He Bays that after having arrested the parti
in Hamburg, being nuable to leave fox Golm
bia before the next morning, he found it i
i possible to obteru lodgings for the night in t
; former place. Accordingly be released two
i his older prisoners ou parole, accepting tn
I promises to meet him at the railway atati
I next morning; Messrs. Sharpton and Flint
! proposed that they should accompany 1
o?icers and' himself tc the Globe Hotel ia tl
oity for tho night, at the aame time inform i
theoa^bat aa soon as they touched Georgia a
he would, of course, have no authority ot
- them, and if they remained with him tl
wouh' do so voluntarily. These terms, he sa.
they accepted, and spent that night at (
hotel, without tbe employment ot any foi
whatever, and next morning accompanied b
to Columbia. This, we confess, does not sou
like a very probable story, and circumstanc
are certainly against the aooused.
It may not be known that Hubbard was or
aa actor m the m at cruel and wicked trage
whioh has ever disgraced the annals of a cb
ized country-the judioial murder of Mrs. 8
ratt for a onme of whioh ahe han been prov
to have been totally Innocent; yet we t
informed that Hubbard baa boasted to <
of bia prisoners tbe part he played in tl
event. He is reported tp have said that
was employed by the ?.United States Gove
ment, aa a detective at the time of tho tr
and visiting in disguise tho cell of the uofor
na'e woman, he was enabled to worm enou
ont of ber to appear before the murderous
s banal aa a witness. He is also said to have
dared that after the elocution took place
cut the rope from whioh the body waa auspei
ed, and Btdl baa the knife with whioh he did
io his poa?es>ion. If thia taja be true, he m
be a mba* abandoned monster, and one
reaay tb believe any charge which may
made against the man who could act thia bi
parti? the murd fir of an innocent woman.
Hubbard appeared to be very md.?nant y
terday morning at thia examination, th!
gentleman ao loyal as himself, and one bolu
so bigh a position under a kml State gove
ment, should be arrested and incarcerated
the affidavit of two Ku-Klux Democma. WI
the amount of his bail had been decided ui
he immediately S6nt a dispatch to Gover
Soot t, infoi ming the latter of bis difficulty, i
then went up town, in the custody of an <
eer, to search for bondsmen. Liter in the <
Governor Scott soot a telegram to thia <
announcing that he would be reapoi
ble for tbe amount of bail required, a
on the strength of this, ball waa procur
ead the niiaoaev released uotil next M
day morning, when he will appear bel
Justice Ella for % preliminary. exam m i ti
1'he accused is coarse looking but well ms
sports ao enormous but sk rxiouataoho i
seems to bo a man of a great deal of int?
genoe and shrewdness. He says that for sc
time past he baa been on the track of a r
by the name of Brieooe. whom ha BU lea a *.
to Pious descerado and bushwhacker," woo
committed maa? murders in Soutn Carob
and for whose apprehension there baa bee
reward of $5000 offered. Ue says that be I
laid a trap for him which wou.d bave reBul
io his arrest on Saturday night had he
bf en arrested bim ?elf. The accused waa i
resented yesterday morning by Major J.
Carr, and the State by Mr. J. O. 0. Blaok.
"". . .* ?? eas ?? m , .
-Tho New Orleans Ballotto ?? the M h it
saya: **As a striking evidonoeof the return
tbe tobacco trade to New Orleans we may.
the recent cargo of over one tkonaand ho
heads, brought by the Bobert E. Lae, and
arrival yeeterdiy morning of tba Biohaso
with no lesa than twelve hundred and tbirb
hogshead?. All the Western boats are bril
lng, on their regalar trips, a proportion
quantity of the staple."
THE GEORGIA CROPS.
A Careful and Interesting Statement of j
The Macon Telegraph of Monday baa the
following careful editorial review of the condi?
tion of the crops in that State :
Tho crop tidings of tbe past wdek have been
about as favorable as could be desired. To this
Lremark the exceptions are HO very few and un
rvsaportant aa scarcely lo m or it attention m a
gwen oral review. lu eomo one or two localities
?he ram has been excessive-in one or two
others, the Stauda aro reported poor. In
j&ugherty. the orops on two or three planta?
tions have been aerloualy damaged or destroy?
ed by bail-but those condition a and casualties
cover bat small space, and we may say, from
tho whole broad cotton rogion of Georgia
comes the moat cheering intelligence. It ia a
better report in short, (we mean as to tho area
aoiually in cultivation) than, we ever heard
? The cotton ia growing rapidlywith the aid
ol raia and sultry weather. The grass, under
the operation of the some canses, ia also
springing ap with equal vigor, bat the crop is
in a condition td meet the foe. It ia all thin?
ned to a stand-it is of good size-it has only a
yoong growth to oom oat, and tlio rains bave
not b en so continuous aa very seriously to in?
terfere with field labor.
..Consequently, we do not anticipate any pf
those disastrous blocks in plantation labor, in
which, under a press m ar accumul?t io:-. .irk
in very warm weather, tbe hands get discour?
aged, or get sick, or fagged and unambitious
and which frequently force planter? to abandon '
a par? of their orop in order to save the re?
Two conditions lend additional cheerfulness
to the picture. The freedmen are universally
reported quiet, friendly and industrious, and
the health of all agricultural Georgia is good?
iar better than last year or any year since the
Tbe highest cotton we have heard of is
about three feet sra inches, bat the average of
the crop even in Southwester;! Georgia, is
probably less than two feet., lt. ia universally
healthy and the more forward part of it is
The use of fertilizers has made a difference
of more than fifty per cent., and we believe
will, ander favorable circumstances, make a
difference of more than a hundred per cent, in
tbe product. We believe it will bring cotton
to market probably from fifteen to twenty
days earlier than usual, (and probably more)
If the favorable conditions We speak of con?
tinue. All the trouble to the cotton crop,
in short, is yet to come, and tho time for
its appearance, if it com es at all, ia at hand.
July will pretty muoh determine the question.
The corn crop is unusually promising, and
three weeks more of favorable weather will put
na out of danger. The wheat crop of Georgia
has beeb very fine. Indeed, the products of
particular seres have baen marvellous, and
show what we assert and believe to be true,
that Georgia is a better wheat country than
Ohio or Illinois. With the same labor we can
produce more and better wheat.
PEMBERTON.-Died, in thia City, on the morning
of the 24th Instant, alter a long and painful illness.
WILLIAM F. PEMBERTON, sg-d MS years. *
49? Tile Friend? anti Acquaintances of |
Mrs. ELIZA MC BB AT, also of ber Son and Daugh?
ter, are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral
Services, at Four o'clock Tau AFTERNOON, from ber
residence, No. 61 Calhoun street.
Jone 80 *
SST OFFICE CHARLESTON GASLIGHT
COMPANY. JUNE 22, 1869.-A. ' ivldand of FIFTX
^"TU BUT Hoare on the Capital Stock of tiri? Com- ?
pony hi?Tinp been declared by the Directors, the
ame will be paid on after MONDAY, the 5th
The Books of Transfer will be closed from thia date
. to Sob proximo. W. J HBBIOT,
June 22 12 Secretary and Treasurer.
NOTICE_TAX ON BEAL ESTATE.-CITY
TREASURY. 1ST JUNE, 1869.-Under an ordinance
to raise supplies for the year 1869, the Second In?
stalment of ONE-THIRD THE TAX ON REAL ES?
TATE will be received on and after Tars DAT, du?
ring the a ont h of June, at thia office.
June 28 wfsmtuwA City Treasurer.
4W NOTICE.-NATIONAL FREEDMAN'S
SAVINGS BANK.-DEPOSITS made between now
and July 19, b, will draw interest from July 1st.
JaneW 24 NAT SAN RITTER. Cashier.
49"THE NEATEST, THE QUICKEST AND
THE CHEAPEST.-TBE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
143 EAST BAY, having replenished tts Stock with a
new and large assortment of material of the finest
quality and huent styles, ls prepared to execute, at
the shortest notice and in the beat manner, JOB
PRINTING of every description.
Call and examine the scale of prices before giving
your orders elsewhere._
4ST ESTATE ISAAC HARRIS. DECEASED.
All persons having any claims against said Estate
Will render the same attested within time prescribed
by law, and those. Indebted to said i state, will make
immediate payments to HANNAH HARRIS,
June'28_w8 t No. 277 Raqg-street.
S&B~ hXECDTORS FINAL NOTICE.-NO?
TICE ia hereby given that on tue. SECOND DAT or
JULY ensuing, at ll o'clock, A. M., the undersigned
will epply to the Judge of Probate of Charleston
County for a final discharge as Executors of Will of (
the late EBENEZER H. ROBORES.
FRANOIS 8. RODGERS, )
GEORGE A. RODGERS, S Executors.
R. B. RODGERS, J
49-THE SEASON OF EXHAUSiION.
No matter bow vigorous by natue tbe system and
the constitution may be, they must necessarily entrer
more or les*?rom tbe depleting effects of tbe tempe?
ratura of midsummer, uniese strengthened and sus?
tained by wholesome tonio treatment. Tbe extra
pressure upon the vital forces must be wei sod ?
counterbalanced by an extra resistant power; the un?
usual and rapid consumption of the animal fia da by
profuse perspiration, must be compensated by tbe
perfect digestion and assimilation of tbe Mod taken
into the stomach, from, which both the fluida and
tbe solids of tbe body are derived. Otherwise the
physical strength declines, and the mind, sympathiz?
ing with the machinery through which lt acts, be?
comes deprjssod and enervated. A stimulant ls
therefore absolutely required at this season ; not a
violent one, calculated to produce feortle excitement,
but something which will recruit and rei alor ce the
Whole organization in proportion to the extraordi?
nary draio to wiri :h the torrid beat subj* ct* it.
This desideratum ls supplied in a palatable and
most efficient form in BUST? CTEa*d SI OMACH
BITTERS, which the people of this country, after
more than twenty-five years ' experience, have ac?
cepted and endorsed aa the best tonio, alterative and
antt-bilioue preparation which medical chemistry
baa yet aucoeeJed in obtaining from the strength?
ens sining, kelling and purify ag products of the
vegetate kingdom. Every ingr?dient ot this famous
compound has its own ?pee.flo virtue, and the result
of thi ir comb nation ls the moat genial invigorant,
aperient and regulating medicine ever administered,
either aa a preventive or cure of the disorders most
common in our variable ctimate. Among these may
De enumerated dyspepsia biliousness, constipation,
Caver and ague, nervous debUlty, ? nd all Abe ailments
proceeding from imperfect digestion. A course of
H04TB1TBR'* BITTERS is tho best possible safe?
guard aoalnat the dangers which menace persona of
both sexos, and all ages, during the heated term.
June 26 rac ' I
43T ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN.-ON THE
Brows sad Abuses ind drat to Youth and Barty Man*
hood, with the humane nsw ot treatment sod cure,
tent by mall tree of charge. Address HOW ABD AS?
SOCIATION, Bex P. Philadelphia, Pa
May 23 tow
THE NBW8 JOB OFFICE,
IVo. 149 Earn Bay,
Executes all kinda of PLAIN and
FANCY PRINTING with neatness and
The best work guaranteed at leas than
Mew York prices. ? ? '
EVESY DESCRIPTION OF
BRIEFS, PAMPHLETS, POLIOIE3
OABDS, CIRCULARS, MOTES
HILL-HEADS, POSTERS, RECEIPTS
( AT ALOQUES, BANK-CHECKS
TICKETS, DRUG LABELS, Ac, Ac.
AS WELL AS
LAW BLANKS of every description,
Printed at the shortest not toe, and
cheap for cash, ?t ~
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
And all those who have JOB PRINTING
to do, will find it io their interest to call at
j . ? . ?'? >? ? ? ' A
THE NEWS JOB OFFI0E,
No, 14B East Bay.
A Jame and. well assorted stock of
PAPERS and MATERIAL kept on band,
from which selections may be made.
OUR FRIENDS IN THE COUNTRY
may send their ord era to
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
And rely upon their receiving the same
attention and being filled as promptly
and aa cheaply as if given personally.
Onr Job Department is in charge of
Mr. JAB. D. PABBY. a practical and ex?
perienced Job Printer, who will afford
every facility possible in the execution of
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE,
No. 149 Bast Bay, Charleston, S. C.
aa-DUTOHER'S LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER.
Death to the Llviog I Long live the Killers I Sold
by Dealers every where. - Imo_Jun?? 29
JtfiT PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE.-A
NEW COURSE OF LE0TUBE8, as delivered at tue
New York vtusoum of Anatomy, embracing the eub
Jecta : Bow to Liv? and What to Live for ; Youth,
Maturity sad old Aga ; Manhood generally review*
ed ; the llanas of Indigestion ; Flatulence and Ner?
vous Diaeiaes accounted for ; f. arnage Philosoph!-.
oaJJy Cbuatd?red. ato. Thet? I jactares will be for?
warded on receipt of four stamps, by addrn-lng :
HBOBETABY BALTIMORE MD8E?M OF A NATO.
MY. No. 74 Wost Baltimore street, Baltimore. Ud.
April 19 _ mwflyr
?ar BATCH ELOR'S HALB DYE.-TRIS
splendid Hair Dye ls tba beet in the world; the only
true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable, instanta?
neous; no dlaappointm at; no ridiculous tints; rem?
edies the ill effects of bad dyes; invigorate? and
leaves the bair soft and beautiful black or brown,
bold ty all Druggists and Perfumers; and properly
applied at Batchelors Wig Factory, No. - Eond
street. New York._ty?_May 15
JCT MARENGO_F BYER AND AGUE
CUBE, TONIO, FEV IIB PREV?Sf TiVti-Tnia val?
uable med.clne, entirely vegetable m its prepara?
tion, ia offered to the public and warranted to cure
any case of CHILCS AND FEVER of however long
atandinir, completely eradicating ita effect from the
ayatem, outliving tba blooi, strengthen-usr the di.
gest-v? organe, induoing an appetite, and keeping
the system la perfect health.
Those auffarlng from debility arri ai ag from any
oana will audit the puree?, and best IONIO to be
had any ?here. To persons residing in unhealthy
sections, or who are predisposed to fevers of any
kind, it will be found invaluable as a preventive. It
la quite pleasant to the taste, and can be given to
children of all age* without injury Numerous let*
tera have been receive", teotirrina: to ita efficacy and
value a*> a FIVaB AMD AGU a GUEE AND TOE IO.
Ula fullV guaranteed to give complete sad univer?
M ARBNGO is no humbug. Tnv rr.
tor ?ale at retail bv all Druggist*.
Atwho'esalebv DOW IB * MOISE, corner Meat*
karand Haael -treats; GOODRICH. WINBMAN a
DO., Hayne-street, sad G. J. IDJITN General agent*
of Proprietor, southeast ?omer Klug and Joba
itreet?, Ohtjlertea, 6. 0. atti ?atoa June 8
IMFLII^IKH A YEAR
FOR PIULAD* I.PH1A.
i^x THE HMO JOSIE A. PEV? READX
/SQ^. OLABK niasUr, having all of her Wvv
M?gg c01"*0 ODROROfl. will tabo 100 bales of Cot
???^a? and sail in a fow days.
For Freight engagement? applv to
J"no 30_s irt'T-T RROTBFBB & oo.
[ONE UUNDREU AW llhTY BALkS COT i ON
FOR HOST'O Al.
THE BRIG H. C. BRrOKS, BRIGGS
Master, having most of her ergo engaged,
requires one hundred and Atty balee Cot?
ton to All up.
For Frtight engagements apply to
J. A. fN>*LOW4CO.
Jane 2C_No. 141 East Bay.
bOR \i-.W TUHK-MEHCHANT< LINEi
THE SCHOONER 1 ILLY, HUGHES
Ma ter, having a large-portion of cargo en?
gaged, will bc prorjptly despatched.
WILLIAM ROACH Sc CO.
EXCURSIONS! KXCUiiSIOftg t
THE NEW AND COMMODIOUS YACHT"
MARY ELLA, is now ready and prepared
to make regular tripe to points of interest
in our harbor. Will also take panics for
Picnics and Moonlight Excursion?.
For Engagements apply to Captain COOK, on
board at Atlantic NV hart, or io No. 102 EAdT BAY.
Jone 24_ Imo
THE TINE FAST BAILI SO YACHT
ELLA AMMA, ?3? clampton Of the NSSBtk,.
. la now ready and presares to make raffa! ar
> trips, thu* affording an opportun!? ? 4a a H
who m av wish lo visit pointa ot interest In our bo2 * ?
For passage, apply to the Captain on Union Whar ?
EXCV USIONS A HOU ND Til H HARBOR.
THE FINE, FAST SAILING AND OOM.
'PORTABLY appointed Yacht ELEANOR
kWUl resume her trips to historie points in
.the harbor, and will leave Governras*
Wharf daily at Ten A. M.
Foi Paasage apply to THOMAS TOWS,
Decemoer 18 Captain, on boartfc
NSW YORK ANO CHA RhBsTOS
FOR WKW YORK
CABIN PASSAGE $20.
TBE rPLENDID SIDE-WHRRt,
STEAMSHIP MANHATTAN, M. H.
WOODHULL. Commander, will atm
from Adger'a (south Wharf on BAOT -
URDAY. July 3, at 1 o'clock P. M.
jfjT An extra charge of to made for Tickets pur?
chased on board alter sailing
- No Bilis of Lading signed after the steamet
jaar Throaah BiBs Lading given for Cotton to
Bo?1 ton and Providence, R. 1.
ajSr* 1 hrough Bills ot Ladtng given to Liverpool.
JUmT Mamie insurance Dy tbts Imo % per <:ent>
f?g- The oteamnra ot thia Una are first class ht
every respect, and their Tables are vu-iolied with all
tbe delicacies ot the New York and Charleston mar?
For Freight or Paasage, apply to
JAMB>I A DOH ti AOO.. Agenta,
Corner A direr? . Wharf and Bast Bay ?Tlp- tatra.)
AXg- CHAMPION aiU follow on SATURDAY, July
10, at 6 o'clock P. M.
FOR FMILAUKLIMI IA AN O BOS IO?.
BEG ULAR EV MB T THU BSD A Y.
THB STEAMSHIP PROMB?THR
' US, Captain A. B. Osar, will 1? ava
sNo?tb Atlantic Whart, on Trrons
_ r nar. Joly 1.1869, at ll o'clock A. M.
For Freight apply to ' _
JOHN A THEO. GETTY.
June 28_North Atlantic Whart
BAJL.TIMOIIK AND CHA H hESTllS ?
THE STEAMSHIP MARYLAND, .
Captain JOHNSON, will sail fdr
Baltimore on IHURBDAY MORNING,
July 1st, at ll o'clock, from Pier So
1, Union Wharf.
.gm- Through Bills Lading signed for all classas of
Freight to BObTON. l'HlLADhi PH1A, WlLMTNG
TON. DEL-, WASHINGTON CITY, and the NORTH?
.- For Freight or pasease, apply to
COURTENAY A TRENHOLM.
June 26_4_Union Wharves.
KEG-UL AB LINEBVEBY WEDNESDAY,
THE 8IDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
MAGNOLIA, Captain M. B. Oaow
KLL, t/iii leave Vendernorat'a Woarf
WKbaxeuAT Momma, Jnne
30th. at 10 o'clock. , -
June 24_RAYENEL A CO.. Arente.
PAC1KAC MAI Li STEAMSHIP COMFY ?
THROUGH LIA ii TO .
CALLFOBNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
QHANQB OF SAILING DATS!
STBAKFR8 OF THB ABOVE
line leave Pier Na 42, North River,
foot of Capal-Btreet. New York, at
12 o'clock noon, of Ute lat, ll tb and
Hat of every month (except when these dates tab
en Sunday, then the Saturday preceding).
Departure of lat and 21 at connect at Panama what
steamers for South Partita and Central Americas
porta. Those of lat touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of nth ot each month connect g with
the new steam hus from Panama to Australia anti
Steamahlp OREGONIAN leaves San Francisco for
China and Japan Aupnat 4. 1869.
No California steamers touc? at Havana, but gs.
direct from New York to AspinwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Ti eke ta or 1 arther Information ami*
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the Whiff
foot of Oaual-atreet, North River, New York.
March 12_lyr_F. R. BABY, Agent.
ROCKVILLE, ENTERPRISE AND WAY LAND?
THE STEAMER ST. HELENA,
"Captain H.. P. ELLIOTT, will receive
Freight . BUK DAT and leave To-Monnow MOHNTNO,
at 10 o'clock, and Edisto FRIDAY MOBNTMO, at IO
For Freight or Passage apply oo board, or to
JOHN H. MUuRAY, Agent.
No Freight received after anna?t.
The Steamer leaves again IHUBSOAT, July 7?
FOR m.fJlsT??, KW KV1I.L.1B ANO
THE STEAMER PILOT BOY,
_'Captain Frjta Pxcx, will leave for
above points every 'IHUBSOAT MOBJHN?. at 8
o'oioek. RetnrniBg, will lea?e Beaufort FBIDAY
MoSMiao, at 8 o'clock, and Edlato at a P. M.
Jone 80 w_Accommodation Wharf.
FOB WRIGHT'S Bh?FE,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THE SANTBB RIVER.
THE STEAMER MARION. GAP
_?TAIN J T. F OST KB. IB now receiving
lt ut Accommadation Wharf, and will le*ve on
WaumaeoAT NIGHT, the 80th t? atant
Jone 26_A coon mod aiton Wharf.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
VTA SAVANNAH. FERNANDINA. AND JACKSON
THE ELEGANT AND ..TB8T-CLA H
_'ST H AM HR CI TS POINT, Captai*
imo E. MCMILLAN. ?HI sall (rom Charleston everj
TrasoAT EVKNXNO, at Nine o'clock, tor tba abort
Connecting with the Central Railroad at Savanna*
for Mobile and N6* Orleans, wad with hie florids
Railroad at Fernandina for Cedar Reva, at wbiet
point nt ea? era con ooo! with New Orleans. Mobile,
Pensacola, Key Weat and H ivan a.
Through Bills Lading signed to New Orleans and
All freight o*yable on mewaarf.
Gooda not removed at sunset will be stored at ria k
and expenae of owners. ,
J. H. AIKEN A CO., Agenta.
May 27 . south Atlantic Wbaax,
l l lH/.11 tCH A MACBETH,
Wo, SS Broad-street,
. . ' Oharleaton, b. e.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, BEAL ESTA'S?
OB NIORA L. COMM I SS lOSt 'A OKU YS?
Will at Rend to Ranting and J Raotmgef Renta
and pnrebase and sale et ?too-a. Bouda, ??Ad.
Silver and Beal Estate.
To tho Purchase ol Good* and Supplies fur parties
in the country upon raaaorabls renns.
GxoBo* U B.OVXJV.MAA40M* MMnnavu
January 1 ly*