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CHARLESTON, S? C., MONDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1869
SIX DOLLARS A YEAR
J3Y_ TELEGRAPH';
EUROPE.
?BB?.T BRITAIN-THE LORD MAVOR'B BANQUET TO
THE MESIBTEB8-SPEECH BT MR. GLADSTONE.
LONDON? July 1.-The Lord Mayor gave a
banquet to the Ministers last night at tho
Mansion House. Slr. Gladstone mido a speech,
in which be shaded to the Irish Church bill.
He said thc gCTCrnsie&t bad bestowed ii? beat
endeavors oh the conduct of the measures
which formed a vital and essential portion of
its work for the peace of Ireland and tho
security of the Empire. Since the bill passed
the House of Commons there had boen great
excitement, rumors of reaction, and threat?
enings of its speedy doom. During this ex?
citement he and bis colleagues remained in a
state of great tranquillity, for they felt that tho
review ot their work was not a matter to?ronse
their jealousy, bat was rather calculated to
create satisfaction. Although great care had
been bestowed on the bill, no doubt it still had
many faults. The Premier concluded: "We
shall be grateful for every improvement, and
all changes shall be respectfully considered,
subject to the position in which we stand, to
words Bpoken and pledges given, and to tho
commission we have received. We tendered
the terms of the covenant when in opposition,
and shall not forget them when in power. '
THF TRISH CHURCH BILL.
LONDON, July 2 -The Houso of Lords to?
night continued the consideration of the Irish
Church bill. Clauses 26 and 96 were agreed
to.
The Marquis of Salisbury moved to strike?
out clause 27, which requires payment to be
made for the retention of esolesiastical resist?
ances' by,phurobes. The Duke of Cleveland
moved an amendment authorizing grants to
Catholics and Presbyterians. .
After dosing dobate, the House divided, and
the amendment was lost-113 to 109., .
THE OONFEDEBAT? BONDHOLDERS.
LONDON, July 1.-Another meeting of Con?
federate bondholders was held, this evening.
Admiral Warrdii, who presided, s?id he con?
sidered tho position of the bondholders better
even than if the late convention between Eng-!
land and America had boen ratified, for their
claims were now to be adjudicated upon. The
deputy chairman read a report detailing what
had been done in prosecuting the claims and
explaining the present aspect of the case.
Resolut iou a protesting against Mr. Sumner's
speech, and authorizing a petition to Parlia?
ment were read, but were not put.to vote, and
without taking action the meeting adjourned.
A FEARFUL NITRO-GLYCERINE EXPLOSI?N.
LONDON, July 1.-A fearful dis ai ter occurred
at Caernarvon. Wales, to-day. D?ring tho
cartage of some packages of nitro-glycerine
from the harbor to the quarries, the material
exploded, and cart, horses and the men at?
tending them were blown to atoms. A rail?
way station near the scene was torn in pieces,
and a village a quarter of a mile distant was
much damaged by the shock, which cursed
great consternation among the inhabitants.
Four men were killed.
PROGRESS OF THE FRENCH CABLE.
BREBT, July 2.- Communication with the
' Btvaiuauip ureat eastern tbiouwh the cable
was restored at noon to-day. Dispatches re*
ceived from ber explain the suspension of com?
munication as follows:. Fault was discovered
in the cable on Wednesday, and the Great
Eastern was obliged to stop to l?sate and re?
move it. A heavy gale prevented, and in order
to avoid serious acoident to the cable, it waa
decided to cut and buoy it, which was success?
fully done. The weather to day having become
fine, the cable was recovered, the fault remov?
ed and the work of paving out recommenced.
All are well on board. At noon to-day the
Great Eastern was in latitude 47.53, longi?
tude 30.
AFFAIRS TN SPAIN.
MADRID, July 3-Noon.-The Republican
junta at New Castfie have issued a manifesto
\ against the reactionary policy ot' the ministers,
'recommending reorganization and affirming
Vbe right of insurrection. Carlist demonstra?
tions are reported in the provinces. The
slteets of/Vittory are filled with a revolutionary
mt|> armed with scythes, revolvers, Seo., shout?
ing i?r Carlos and Cabbera. The revolution?
ists Bordered the Alcade and wounded some
thirty ci{Z3ns. Similar risings are reported in
Carthage^ and Valencia. The government
has dispatc.ed troops to suppress these dis?
turbances.
NEWS E1V>M WASHINGTON. .
Y WASHINGTON, Julyr?._Mr. Solomon Pool,
{kesessor ot the Fourth North Carolina Die
/tyot, has resiged. [This is the President of
tbtTjniversity of North Cardin?.]
T\e question whether the members of the
Virgina Assembly must take the irora clad
oath, ?as been brousrbt to th?, attention of
the Present, hut too late to makvany chang
es in the Virginia canvass, even ifould the
President sustain General Can hy's vie??,. Tho
matter will he submitted to Attorney-G>n.eral
Hoar before the meeting of the Assembly, md'
his decision will establish the uniioruo ruh
for Virginia, Mississippi and Texas. Ii is
i certain that the President baa no present in
I. tentton of molesting Georgia as a State in the
?, Union, nor has be asked Attorney-General
j Hoar's opinion regarding her political con
( ditton.
j ! The Lighthouse Board has information tbat
! \ a wreck, bottom np, lies ia tho main ship
channel to Hey West, near the west triangle
'il %t*~' Vessels entering during night time
l\. Btauld be careful to avoid the wreok.
M: \o State Department bas official advices
rr , HiaVmong the articles admitted duty free in
[li, 0'e*"8iitain are wheat, barley, oats, rye flour,
I \ , biBOui\n(} i)r?ad flour, peas, beans, potatoes
J Indian ana their meals and floors,
'y ?Thero?v^oflj authority for BI sting that BO
jp /Cabinot o.ia-e8aro now contemplated.
% \ ^ne CubanVere uav0 offlomi accounts of tho
3 \ttotnpt to relie? Lo8 Tunos. Tho train, guard
ttby from fifte<\uunared to twonty-flve hun
ted troop?, wssNyfj^jijej Dy a squadron ol
?oban civatry and ?y.ffe portion of the train
i /captured. Ia tho co\^Bt the tjpaniarda lost
h over two hundred raen,V succeeded m resch
1 ?OR Lo? T*DOB with a p,tion of the train.
f *boy lound the garrison alVat helpless on ac
9 ooont of cholera and fe?er\ These soon au
L tacked the reinforcements. Vheir enejmp
I ment was va cited, and after n\Voro loss they
gb suooeeded ni making good theirVtreat.
BM*"- ,, Lesoa wasr*pnl*ed with heavJtoas In Omeo
S ^tie??H'*?ot'?n?,De dlsWel io? regain*!
Eg by the Coban army. Qaesada ha^^me,^
M offenye B,T"Bflnta a"d hts regaWieveral
I imponen* Positions, and is mest* of the
I j^westernWionof the island. Wa im
I mlgrvats, now \imboriog one iij0naVa ^
I? *c??0 eArnesM3fyth bifa< Th0 ?2^^
Mk g*e*e ?Wi tue CaVK ftro well arinel wiV
M ?tofe? w^pons, ftf^ro weU provisioned, Wi
Hf ??ood.^.. \
?IL m^nnmw toem\ieivoa fT"? Admiral
Wp* ?o? WV Wna ls qi The troop4j m{c
reinforce Puerto Padre have returned in a
pitiable condition. They succeeded in victual?
ling Los Tunos, but were harassed and finally
attacked, but repulsed tho Cabans with a loss
in action of seventy-six. Tbe Cubans fought
bravely and retired in good order. It was re?
ported that tbe Spaniards intended to abandon
the railroad between Nuevitas and Principe.
Bismarck refuses to recognize Emile Hoe
obester, of Chicago, who was appointed Consul
at Bremen. -
1'EAR ODY'S MUNIFICENCE.
NEW YOBK, July 4-Mr. George W. Peabody
has made another donation of one million dol?
lars m bonds .fox Southern educational purpo?
ses. Among the bonds are $19 OOO in Louisi?
ana sixes, $10 OOO in Mew Orleans city eixesa
$35 OOO in Mobile, city five per cent, bonds,
$79,000 in Alabama fives, $69 OOO in Louisiana
consolidated bank fives. All tbe securities aro
first-class dividends and will certainly be paid.
IQ addition be gives Flori .a ?ix per cent,
bonds, whioh, with overdue coupons, amount
to about $884,000. These i?.?t, like tho M?RR?R
sippi bonds, will require many years for pay?
ment._
THE WEST.
ST. Lona), July 8.-The bonds of U?ie caun?
ty have been protested ia New York for non?
payment in gold. Tbe eounty had a pleaty
of currency, but the holders declined.
Tbore has been no flood west or north of
Sioux City, but below Council Bluff the dam?
age is very great. The loss of life is also
great.
The captain of the steamer Mountaineer saw
twenty-seven bodies taken from the creek below
Council Bluff.
The Indians are dissatisfied, and say they
don't understand ot like Quaker?. Tbe Indian
Outrages have been resumed at Grand River,
they having no provisions, and being repeat?
edly deceived, are firing into steamboats,
driving off stock, and threatening death to all
whites. -;_
FROM VIRGINIA.
RICHMOND, Joly 4.-The funeral of Colonel
James B. Branch took place this afternoon,
and was largely attended. During the services,
some alarm was created by the si oking of the
vestibule floor. No one hurt.
Two companies of troops havo been ordered
from Fortress Monroe to be here on election
day._
SPARKS ERO M TELE WIRES.
Wells, Fargo A Co. have shipped $1.000,000
overland since tbe opening of the Pacific Bail
road.
Smallpox has broken out at Albany, N. Y.,
and tbe Board of Health recommend a general
vaccination.
The assistant surgeon and one of the crew
of the ship Curieux, near Fortress Monroe, died
of yellow fever on the 4th instant.
The bonds of St. Louis County, Mo., have
been protested io New York for non-payment
in gold. The holders declined to take cur?
rency.
-r-?
FROM TUE STATE CAPtTAI..
Commencement at the Ursuline Insti?
tute for Young ?indies-Expensiveness
of Justice-Tn e Negroes at Ninety-six
The Fourth on ?be 'l SKtrd^Commence?
ment Ball-A Discharge.
[THOM OUR OWN ooBBSSPOMSiurr ]
COLUMBIA, July 1.-Among the commence?
ments ot this locality, that of the Convent de?
serves mention. The Ursuline Institute at
Valle CruoiB-three miles from Columbia
held its annual commeocement on tbe af lei
noon of Tuesday, the 29tb. The occasion waa
marked by no peculiarities, but consisted of
tbe usual exhibition nf musical skill, the
award of prizes and announcements of merits.
The music, both vocal and instrumental, was
well rendered, and told with effeot in favor ol
tbe teaching in that direction. But that direc?
tion is no exception to the teaching in this in?
stitute; for, far and wide, these Ursuline sis?
ters are known to be teachers of the mos, thor?
ough kind. This community were bumed out
of house and home by Sherman in 1865, and
since then have been pursuing their labors in
a building a short distance out of town-a
charming retreat with the suggestive name of
Valle Cruds. This is the only community of
Ursulinea in this diocese, and is under the
superintendency of a Mother Superior, who
stands in ability and accomplishments pr??
?minent in that sisterhood-a sister worthy of
ber distinguished brother, the Bishop of
Charleston. These exaroises dose their an?
nual session, and, as usual, introduce the res t
of the heated term.
THE COSTS OF JUSTICE.
Ab the recent session of the Court of Gener?
al Sessions, Judge Boozer, there was tiled a
case of larceny that is worthy of mention, as
illustrative of the costs, if not tbe value of jus?
tice in these times of "liberty, fraternity and
equality." A negro stole a chicken worth
thirty-seven cents. He ; was convicted and
sentenced to one month's imprisonment. He
had been kept in jail two months before
?rought, to trial. His cass came on tbe thir?
tieth day ol the session. The ezpensea I Wr*>
bat carefully made out by an officer of tho
cotu\ Tbey are is fot.^ws: For jail expenses,
that in fifty couts a day for three months, are
$45; eh witnesses in attendance for twenty
days, jurors, $18; solicitor's, sheriffs and
derk's foot?, $26; making an aggregate o just
$208. Isn't tu, taxpayer fond of that kind of
administration ?
TUT NXOBO.
A planter from the old Ninety-six neighbor?
hood, in Edgefield, gives mo a factor two bear?
ing upon the question of negro decrease. H J
owned over a hundred negroes, sud was a snc
oessrul planter; and the freedmen he now em?
ploys aie mostly his former slaves. He com?
menced farming in 1838; and for tbe twenty,
bevon years following that date the number ol
adult negroes th.it he lost by da at h was mur.
Than came emancipation. In the firut year of lib?
erty tba iminbar ot adult negroes that died on
bis form woe eleven. He thinks that in the entire
neighborhood the negroes baVu decreased one
half since the war, while the whites have in?
creased . bout one-fourth. Tba decrease ol
negroes oom as partly by deaths' and portly by
m snug oft They have g me in crowd? to an
Greata as the nearest large town. This ten?
doney tn the negro to gregarious life is one ol
bis misfortunes. His beet friends ??se every
means, to prevent bis following the. tendency.
He bolo.iga to the atrrioaltur.il pursuits, and
hts best fortunes manifestly lie there. His
best ob an oe of owning land and a home of hu
o sn has in bis honest at d persistent endeavor
to cultivate i he soil. 1 ho ge jaine friend of tue
negro ?Iii so ad iee bim.
BTBsfS.
The Fourth is to he celebrated by the ne?
groes her? oa the ?bird, They aie getting np
>N m-ramon ba, beebo. Anjo? ant-Genera,
j Mases is to he the oaator ol lbs doy. There
I are tobe also otber orators, among whom ara
mentioned Governor Scott, Cardoso, Nash and
H?ge.
The whites make no celebration of. the
Fourth, as they have made none since the war.
The commencement ball was a mfr success.
Captain A. Y. Lee, up to this time draughts?
man and engineer at the State Penitentiary,
has been discharged by the superintendent
I with jest one day '8 notice. . x
! Not ? stone, ? as? told, bas boen laid upon
1 the Penitentiary since last October. . .
_ COBSAIB.
The Koort* (on tnt TM??) in Colom?
bia,-The Oration by Sp*-? Ker SI oses
j Speeches by Governor ??ott, the Sec?
retory or ?tote ?md congressaaop
i H?ge-The ninner-Retarn to Town
j The Invisible*.
j COLUMBIA, July 8.-Aa previously announo
I ed, to-daybas been celebrated aa Independence
I Day, instead of tbe Sabbath. A few loyal fire
I crackers was let off about sunrise and a bell
was rung. These made uO^thVusher-aalnte to
tue inooming of the glorious iourrh. Later tn
I tbe morning some stores were closed, and
I there was something of a relaxation of busi
I smsas rather than a suspension of it. But the
j white citizens of Columbia have not observed
I it.os a. holiday. By a Killd ot vatuuiuu COU
I Bent they have held themselves aloof from all
I celebration of the day. In one way it has been
j celebrated by ? them-the Methodist Sunday
School, which every year celebrates ita anni
! veisary on the fourth of July? Here she little
I girls and boys, who have doue well, are praised
and take premiums, and tbe juveniles have a
I picnic and a gala rouruon.
I Bat the day has belonged to the negroes;
I and t^ey.. have celebrated it, with unusual
I pomp and parade. From early dawn they be
I gan to gather iu from the country, and by
I eight o'oicck the streets were everywhere
I thronged with negroes. This grand gathering
I pf negroes was to 'hoar ah oration by "Speaker
j Moses, and partake of a barbecue at Lattas
I Grove-especially the latter., The Union
I League was the nucleus of organization; and
I that body, together with other associations of
I P&StAbly indentical object, such, aa.. v?fte Sons
j of Honor," the "Refulgent 8ooietv,"andotherB
I with banners, formed a procession that spun
round through the streets, gathering as it,
j Biran, until it seemed near a mile long. This
I procession, consisting malnlv of volunteer loy
I alista, all colored, marched to Latta's Grove,
I reaching that place just befar? noon. Tbe
j crowd already there was large. Altogether, 1
estimate there were present-negroes, whites,
I carpet-baggers and scalawags, all counted
I about four thousand. Of these ninety-nine
I hundredths were colored; and o? them, fully
I half were female.
I Upon a large plank platform were present
I the notabilities of the Republican party-Bp?ak
] er Moses, Governor Scott, Judge Willard, Cou
I R rosara an H?ge, Beverley Nash, Stoibrand, ol
the State Penitentiary, Secretary of State Car
j dozo, Parvis, Monator Bainey, of Georgetown,
I Land Commissioner Leslie, Crews. (Joseph;
I of Laurens, Comptroller-General Neagle, anc
I Mr. Wigg, Chairman of the Committee of Ar
I rangements, and many others,
i Mr. Wigg was.master of ceremonies. H<
I first introduced the Bev. Mr. Jackson, whe
opened the exercises with prayer. Then fol
low 3d a porti-n of the Declaration of Iudepen
I dence, read by Purvis, a representative fron
j Lexington County. Then, in a few remarks
Mr. Wigg presented the orator of the day.
HpeaKor nivooo delivered au elabo***0 or?tioi
I upon tbe usual topics of this season-liberty
I patriotism, self-government, Washington, For
i Moultrie, the Star Spangled Banner, am
I South Carolina-to which were added the free
I noss of the freedom of the freedmen and Abra
I ham Lincoln. His exordium was really band
some, rebuking as it'did ?di passion of partie
j and all WtorneBs ?T races. In his illustration
I of genuine patriotism the world over, he point
I ed to the records of classic days wheu live
I were given as free as water for country, in tb
I pure love of it-to the brilliant stars ot heroi
I patriotism that sparkle and blaze all over th
I heroic sky of history-to Washington waging
j seven years' war-to Lincoln writing a
I emancipation proclamation that knocked th
I shackles of slavery from four millions of me
I -to Robert Anderson defending Fort Sumte
I against the murderous assaults of treason an
rebellion. [Here some invidious person at m
elbow whispered something about "that desk,
but the speaker did not hear ii.) Af ter goin
lon in this strain for forty minutes, the speal
F er's voice tailed, and he was obliged to rest
I few minutes.
I In Ibis interval the Chairman of thc Cou
I mitten of Arrangements introduced his Exce
lency Governor Scott, who made a very bril
speech. He remarked that he had been to!
that Carolina's honored BOOB-Calhoun, M<
Duffie, Preston, Harper, and Hayne-ba
I delivered orations in other days within tht
j grove, but quite sure was be (Go vcr nc
I Scott) that none of those men ever ba
I delivered an oration like' that one (poin
ing to that of Speaker Mosca) in ability, el
quenco, and historio importance.. /
I Bere Governor Scott retired, and Speak*
Moses returned to his roll of seventy-five pagi
of foolscap manuscript. He urged his colon
auditors to tollow tbe political maxims
j Washington, and to beware of foreign dom
nation', not merely to guard their ri?ht to pt
I votes' iu tho box, but to eeo that they vote ti
I mon whom they know and can trust. I
I dwelt on the beauties and in por tance of roli,
j ion to all peoples and States. Ha dwelt withs
I tbe earnestness an 1 Be'f-abnegation ot a ?lit
I Wolsey upon the bane of ambition. Hf- nrg*
I them to elect good officers always, ss they bi
I already done; for upon them-the negroes
I had fallen tho burden of couduoting the Sta
I in this the most trying period of her histor
j while those-tbe whites-ot whom the Sta
j had a right to expect much, had failed to coo
I io her rescue in ber hour of sorest need. Ai
I bore the speaker turned to pay a tribute
Governor Scott. Hot manhood, ability ai
' ! worth, tbe speaker said, the Governor nev
j had an equal. (Here tbs invidious peri]
' I above referred to informed mo that tho pl
I now is for the speaker toroa again ot Wbivj
. I more for Congress, and consequently his.I
' I esllenoy and the speaker are bosom friend)
I The speaker then spoke of education, t
! I presa and ita abuses, and finally got back
I Washington and Lincoln, and there closed
? I picturing these two tainted patriota aa 'ba
. in hand Ut y now traverse the groves of eton
f I bliss."
He occupied in all about one honr and a ht
not c jun tm g the interlude by bia Excel leno
Thon Mio wed Secretary of State .Caldoso,
? verjf BOBSible speech, but not a long one.
> Theo, Congressman Hewe delivered hims
' of a speech.
Tho barbecue was ample for at tout H
persona-over that number of pounds of fr?
meat with bread sud et oe tera in abundant
and yat a freedman, who went there with t
sole purpose of gettlig his dinner, tells :
that be niled on account of ths> grab and*
game ?hat tba oountry darkies carried i
After dinner the societios reformed and march?
ed back to and through the town again, and
dispersed.
The Invisibles-a negro burlesque on carni?
val parades-paraded through the streets later
in tho evening.
All passed off quietly. _COBSAIB.
A W+?JLRB JJV TUP STATIC.
Laneecter.
The weather is exceedingly warm. Colton
is growing finely. Corn ia needing rain thou Rh
not suffer mp.
Urana;eto?Hra>
Tho Oreugeborg NewssayB; "We have glow?
ing descriptions of the cotton and oorn orops
ail over our county. Rapid (Strides have been
made by these farm comforts, to regain what
they lost in the early part cf the season. The
doincca of old mother earth pleases us wond?
rously." .
Union.
T. J. Sirtor, of Union District, 8. C., by the
uso of the two-horso plow and the Wando
fertilizer, has been enabled to gather from a
portion of landa forty-three bushels of wheat
per acre; and from the avery o lands prepared
in like manner, he has hAsSpded twenty-six,
and a h ir basti?la por acre Air. Sartor ie ?
largo farmer, and ss shown by the above state?
ments is an enterprising and successful one.
Thia 18 tho largest average yield of wheat we
have ev r heard of in this State.
Laurens.
IQ JLaurensvillo last week, George Simpson,
neuro, was tried and connoted by a mixed jury
of the murder of Dr. ?. C. theil in November
last. F -
The Lauronsville Herald says: "Cotton grows
and luxuriates under the blazing sky, but corn
twists' and thirsts for the fading drops. Tba
wheat crop is thought very rood and is safe
from casualty. The oat crop also is being
harvested, and is better than ?rn average yielu.
Abundant showers and a late fall and-ao cater?
pillar, and we may live." ;
Barnwell.,
Judge Platt has adjourned the Court of 3en
era! Sessions until August 28. The Court of
Common Plea? will bi held to-day, should the 1
health ot Juage Platt permit.
The Sentinel says : '-From all quartets we
learn that the recent raina-and hot weather
have had a most favorable effect on toe cora
and cotton crops. It is th??>. general opinion
that an abondance of corn will be made', and
an amount ol cotton about as larce aa that
iroade last 'year. Aluob less corn will be neces?
sary than formerly, as kleptomania has given a
tieafch-blow to stock raising in this land of ne?
gro Legislature and negro rulers."
Georgetown.
! ? few genii* men ba ve ma to investment in a
hew steam tug, known as the Charleston. The
Charleston will bo engaged principally m tow?
ing, and is under the management ot Captain
AV Carrol White. 7
: ' The Georgetown Times says: "The weather
continues hot and dry, abd the high laud
crops are suffenn : for want ot rain. Many
of our plantera do not seem as much encour?
aged at the prospects of the rice crop, which
are not as good as at last year about this
time. The cold spring had bookencd it very
much, and the stand, in many cases, thinned
ont in consequence of the seed not germinat?
ing properly. It is doubtful whether the crop
will be any netter or even as good aa th3 last."
Greenville*
The Greenville Mountaineer announces that,
owing to the dullness of business, its issue
wiU be suspended for at least six months.
Last Thursday night-, at the Episcopal
Church, in Gieeuvi?e, tafo couple i were united
in wedlock in to short a space of time as al?
most to cause the unusual occurrence of a
"double wedding." Tho first ot the couples
were William Beattie, E.-q , o. the well known
house of H. Beattie St (Jo...and MiS3 Fauny,
daughter of Hon. B. t\ pnffy. The second
were Prof. John P. Lanneau, formerly of Pw
man University, but now of William Jewell
College, Liberty, Mo., and Miss Louise 8..
daughter of Hon. T. M. Cox. The church had
been very handsomely decorated for tbe occa?
sion, ani waa well illuminated. A very large
gathering of friends of tbe parties were pres?
ent.
Afebe-rllle.
The Press says : "The crops nre said to be
flourishing. b>u suffering somewhat for rain,
especially the corn. The vegetable* have never
been finer-'small potatoes'a my i h-and black?
berries abundant. Peaob brauay will likely be
in demand, as the crop of fruit is unpromis?
ing."
The examination in the colleges at Due West
will begin on Friday, July 9 h, and close the
Tuesday following. The annual sermon to the
senior class in tbe two colleges wi il be preached
by Rev. D. G. Phillips, of Louisville, Ga., on
Sunday, the 11th. Ou Tuesday night, the
diplomas of the two literary societies m Era
kino College will be delivered by their respec?
tive representatives, with the usual-responses
from members of the class. The annual ad?
dress before these societies will bo delivered
by General John S. Preston, on Wednesday
morning, the 14th, which will be commence?
ment day in Erskine College. Thc annual esbay
of the ?'umnowi Association of the Female
College wiU be read by Miss Carrie Watson of
this village. Immediately after the readiog of
the essay, the address of the Alumni Assoc a
tion of Erskine College will be delivered bv
Rev. B. W. Brice, of Cheater. Tbe annual ad?
dress before the Amehan Literary (Society of
the Female College will be deli vere J by Rev.
W. W. Hicks, of Charleston, on Thursdav
morning, the 15th, which will be commence?
ment day in the Female College.
!* partannursr.
Tbe Spartan says that tho wheat crop in
that county is better tban for several years,
there being scarcely any signs cf rust. The
corn auu cotton crops have improved wonder?
fully in the last ten days.
The Spartanbmg Gazette say a : "We had
the pleasure, last week, of meeting Dr. Mo
Ahoy, from Philadelphia, wno is one ot a party
of gentlemen from the North, who are on a
tour of inspect ion through the South for the
purpose or purchasing and settling lands. We
understand that he is much pleased with what
he has aeon of our countv, and we trust he will
.be instrumental in bringing among us a large
number ot bona fide settlers."
A correspondent of the samo paper writes
from Cherokee Springs, Jone 27: "Tbe wheat
harvest ia now about ended, and the result is a
pretty lair average crop, according io the
quantity town. Ibo cotton crop in this sec?
tion ia Almost s failure, ths stssd being vary
bad, ant) the plant, tor the moat part, remarka?
bly aimil for the season. 'Ohe refreshing rains
and warm weather which, we are now having,
are, however, quito congenial to ita growth,
and in tbe end it xmy do hatter than many
anticipated, in caso we are favored with a laie
fall. The coro crops are now beni g put in very
floe condition, und bid tan- to do aa Well as
usual."
Anderson.
The surveyors of the Air Line Railroad aro
now encamped within a mile or two of Ander?
son Courthouse.
There ia a younor lady residing in Anderson
Village, abc-ut sixteen or seven, eon years of
age. who bas memorized Sooit'/i entire poem,
tue "Lady of the Lake." Its recitation takes
ber seven hours.
Colonel Jessee McGee, Wi?ar.i A. McGee,
and William Chimbiee. who were recently ar?
rested by one Jerry nolHnahead. a deputy con -
Stahle of the St ii io, tor the supposed murder ot
Orarity Norris, other viso called charity Long,
a colored woman, were last .week brought up
before Judge Orr on habeas corpus at Ander?
son Courthouse and evidence being given
strootrlv supporting their innocence, they were
released on bail.
St. John's day June 24th, waa celebrated at
Anderson Court House by quite a number of
Masons from the Lodges from that and the
surrounding counties, who had assembled to
lom in the festivities of the occasion. The
Masons aa?erobled io tbe Masoric Hall, and
about ll i'olo k were formed into procession
by Major W. W. Humphreys, and he? dad by
the brass band of Anderson, marched to the
Baptiat Church. The church and galietiea
wera filled to repletion. The orators of the oe
cision were the Rev. 8. A. Webber and Warien
D Wilke?.s. Esq Atter the speeches were
over, the Macona ware rotoraed into a proces?
sion at the churob. and marched bi -k to the
Masonic Hall, where an ample dinner was in
readiness for them. The day pasted off pleas?
antly and quietly.
-The net scsuit of the French election? is,
in a ?.meo of two hundred and nluetv mern
?bera, two brmdred and thin ?en prepared tc
aupp?rt the government, eeven<y?s?ven to op
po-eir0 Ol the opposition, forty-two are Be*
formora, iiilit>-five Revoiutioniete.
V TUE COOLIE MOVEMENT, ?
f -
TH? Planters of th" ?ontnweet Moving; -
1 ne Advance <** *?. Chinese Column
down th' mississippi - Important
Overture*
The Memphis Appeal of the 28th cf Jane re?
cord? the fact that the steamer Thompson
Dean passed down the Mississippi the previ?
ous evening for New Orleans, having on board,
booked for the Orescent Oity, flvo hundred
coolies-tho first of what it ht pea will boa
heavy immigration to the South of that kind of
labor. Evidently the planters of tho Mis.-it
eippi Valley aro waking up to tho necessity
that exists for responsible and reliable workers,
and are determined to avail themselves of what {
offers so abundantly on our Pacific coaat.
They will have tho Chinese, and as an
evidence of it a mooting is to be hold at
Memphis this week to take the proper steps
to promptly aid in the development of the
movement fdr coolie labor. It is held that
this will do moro to advance tho general
interests of tho Southern - country than any?
thing else that has yat been suggested or ac?
complished. In many quarters the negroes
are already becoming more settled, and taking
care 01 ?heir own interests by giving less atten?
tion to adventurers. In time, perhaps, this
will be the case generally; bot meanwhile the
plaoes once BO satisfactorily filled by the color?
ed laborers of the South are likely to be occu?
pied, to a more or less extent, by coolies, who,
by the peculiar civilization to wbiob they have
been subjected, possess all the safeguards of
restraints, and ate remarkable for their steadi?
ness of purpose, industry. skUl and docility.
They will work equally wei' on the railroad, tho
levee, the faxm, or in the household.
The Memphis Appeal Bays editorially:
We learn from Governor R. M. Anderson,
I of Lower Swan Lake, Arkansas, that a com
I pauy called the Arkansas Immigration Com
! pany bas been organized under the genera)
I incorporation act ot thvOtav* of Arkansas, with
Colonel rhomae ?. Flournoy iv? president, R.
I tl Anderson, Captain John Hau, Benjamin
I Richardson, Buckley Kimball, and Geu?i?.i
I Garret, BB directors. At the first meeting two
I hundred and thirty..bales of cotton were aub
I scribed and a committee of ten were ap
I pointed to canvass each and ever township in
I in the counties of Jefferson and Ark ansas for
I farther subscriptions.
I ! Governor Anderson informs us that the
I greatest. enthusiasm and unanimity prevails,
I and that the tbingis to be a fixed fact, if me nev
I will effect it. 1
The people of Arkansas will set the ball ia
I motion. Will ibe people of Tennessee, Missis
I etppi and Alabama be backward? Their inter
I esta are identical with those of Arkanaa?.
I More laborers we m ist have, says Governor
j Anderson, or our fields will grow up in tarei
I and brambles. Already the negroes are form
I i i ?.sr combinations to make their own terms
I with their employers next Blason.
I Butthese Arkansas gentlemen are determin
! ed to checkmate all such. They have no idea
I of surrendering at discretion, but. on the con
I trary. have set the ball in mition m a. propel
I and buaioe -e-hko way. They want two thou
I sand Chinamen, and propose to put the moue
I in New Orleans by the first of November nex
I to defrav their expenses from China to tba'
I port. Will ihe shipping merchants of Nov
I York take notice? Here is a chance to emploi
I all your ships, gentlemen, first, in the trana
I por tit i on of Chinese here, and, secondly, ii
I transporting the fruit? of their labor to foreigi
I countries. .
I At a preliminary meeting for the purpose c
! encouraging chinese immigration, held at th
I Chamber of Commerce in . Memphis, Wednec
I day afternoon, Charles Kortrecbt pro ?doc
I Tho meeting was composed of the leading mt
I of this section of country. The following dil
I patch was read by the Secretary :
SAN FRANCISOO, June 30.
G. W. Gifl, Memphis-Does tue meeting i
I Memphis take place on the 18th of July ? Kati
I mausohoop, principal Chinese importer, will a
I tend if your answer is favorable.
I J. G. EASTLAND.
I Captain Gift then moved that acommittc
I of five be appointed to draft resolutions in re
I ereuco to the. same, who reported a preamb
I setting forth the great need ot labor m Ul
Southwest, and tbe difficulties encountered L
I landholders, and the following resolutions:
I Resolved, That in the opinion of this mee
I lng the beat interests of tho South require tbi
I all legitimate inducements shall be offered i
I once to encourage tbe emigration of Chine*
I laborers m large numbers, direct fi om Chin
I to supply tbe great demand now existing j
I the South for steady and reliable labor.
I Resolved, That in order to accomplish th
I purpose, a convention to consider questioi
and mature a plan of co-operation be call?
I to meet at this place ou the 13, u of July, t
I be composed of delegates from all parts .
the South, especially from Georgia, Alabam
I Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas. Arkansas ac
I Tennessee, and that eaoh county and town
those States are hereby requested to sex
such delegates without waiting for wrhtt
I invitations to do so. The meeting then a
Ijourned. ,
i A circular addressed "To the Planters
I the South and others interested," says:
I am in receipt of a number of letters fro
I all tne Southern States making inquiries
I to the practicability, price, &c, ot obtainii
Chinese laborers for the South. I have a
I swered many of these letters, but as n
I time is two much taxed to conduct so mu<
I correspondence, and as I nm neceasarj
I absent from Selma a part of my time, 1 ha
concluded to address this short letter tbrouj
I the pubiio press.
I The brief circular issue! by us some wee
I ago was intended to invite correspondence ai
I ascertain something about the general want
I the country for labor, and whether a propot
I tion to introduce Chinamen would be favoi
I blv received, f be ory from every quarter
I for "moro labor, more labor." It we do o
I obtain it the general impression is, that o
I beau ifni Sou.bern land, the garden spot
I America, will, the larger portion of it. Boon 1
I come a wilderness of weeds' and wild teas
i The necessity tor a re-aupuly of Ubpr is evei
I where admitted. The peculiar adaptedness
I the Chi nam m to meet this want is proved a
I generally admitted; tho simple questions i
I reaming theretoie, ore, as to t he practioabili
I and pnoe of obtaining tua servie*s.
I To tbe solution of these questions o
I efforts nave been directed tor many pi
I weeks. Correspondence is being conduct
I with the Pacific lt ail road Companies and wi
I the Panama Steamship Company as to the a
I of transportation ; and correspondence wi
I Cab forma as to tbe charao eristics of the C
I naman, aud as to tho chance of getting mm
I come to the South to cultivate cotton ani ott
I produce, and nerve m other menial capacitu
We leave for St. Louis in a tow da>s, ?
I probably will go on to California to settle <
I fi Hely the two prominent questions, as to t
I prac ?oability of obtaining, and the price
I CuiDeao laborers. As Boon as all the intern
I tiou eau bo obtained we will punnah comp.lt
I am d?duite answers to ali questions porta
I tug to the new proposed labo. er, and this
I will do as soon as diligent effor. B can rendel
I poa-ibi.-. Ia the meaaime we invite fur. I
I correspondence on the subject, winch plot
I address to care of . 'Colonel B. M. Wools
I Selma, Alabama/' or to caro ot "Samuel
I Richardson & co., corner Walnut Aud Comm
I ci al streets, tit. Louis, Missouri."
Very rcaooei fully.
! F. H HAWKS.
! Agent Southern Chinese Ii migration
j ia II as? ? m
i -A negro lady in Chicago has sned a wi
I gont!sm:u fas ? breach cf promUe."
1 mW NOi'I'!B.-^AlIONAL PUSBDMA
I MAVI.IUS SAMS -DEPO irs made between i
I and July 10 b, will draw interest from July 1st.
I Ja*?** u N AI HAS BITTER, oash'st
I 49*BATCHEL0B'S HAIR DYE.-Tl
I fenland ld Hair Dy* ia the beat ia the world; the i
I true and portas Ove; harmless, reliable, insta
J mona i no dioappotutm -nt; no ridiculous rm te; t
J odies the ttl offsets of bed dvea; invigorates
j leave? ti* Saar soft and beautiful Mask or bte
' I sold ty all Orugg'ats and Parfumera; and pros
, J appila* at Bstshalox's Wig Factory. Mo. - B
I street. How York. lyr Maj
'.ft -, jj :
/antral lotkes.
#3f~ Tne Friends of Mr. and Mrs. T. D.
DOTTEBEB aro invited to attend the Funeral Cervices
of their Infant daughter ALICK, THIS A FTF.H NOON ,
at half-past Five o'clock, st their residence Meet
Ins-street, corner Henrietta. July 5
49"'. nc Uelativcs, Friends stud Ac
quaintnnsea of Mr. snd Mrs. P. TIGH and family are
respectfully invited to attend the Funeral Cervices f
ihexr daughter CECILIA TlttU, at Four o'clock
THIB (Monday) ASTEBNOON, at Ko. 153 St. Philip
street. 1* July 5
(ftbitttart).
FUREBEE. -On the 18th of June, near Graham?
ville, BK8W1E, only daughter ol JOHN and ADAUNB
FEBEBEE, in tho 5th year of her age.
Bleep, loved one sleep 1
'With the dear one's gone before thee,
Thy pure spirit now ta straying
Through the realms of light and love.
Yet, we mnrmer In our blindness,
And for te?r> we cannot see
All thy Joy and peace and glory;
We can only weep for tbee.
Sleep, dear Ressie, sleep 1
Rest tbee darling, slumber sweetly,
We who know Ihy loss deplore.
Soon will come snd sleep with the?
Thou art only gone before us
To thy home arnon sr the blest.
One of God's own holy angels
bleep, sweet darling, take (by rest
Sprrioi notices.
BS" CHARLESTON SAVINGS INSTITU?
TION.-The SECOND AND LAST INSTALMENTS
due to depositors (under the docrelsl order of the
Court of Equity) bas been ready for payment for
three months. We have $17,000 still unclaimed.
There are two hundred snd fifteen depositors who
have taken neither the first nor second instalment,
and four hundred and thirty-six who have not
drawn the lsst. As the office will he closed in a few
mont IIB, those persons are requested to come np at
ODCO end receive the amounts due them.
O HENRY 8. GRIGGS,
July 5 1 Treasurer C. K.I.
MOT THE PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK OP
CHARLES TON, 8. 0_JULY 3d, 18G9 -The Board
Of Directors hiving declared a Semi-annual Dividend
of SIX DOLLARS per share, free of State and Gov?
ernment Tax. the. same will be paid 'o Stockholders
on and after the 6th instant.
JOHNF. BOBTRTS,
July 8 - 3 Cashier uro tem.
?-CHARLESTON GASLI?UT COMPANY.
This being a holiday, payment ot the dividend will
commence TO-MOBBOW, 6th ?natsDt.
W. J. HERIOT.
July 5_1_Secretary and Treasurer.
BB- DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THIS
State, I havo appointed W GEORGE GIBBES as
my Attorney to attend to all business pertaining to
the Agency of the Life Association of America for
this branch. N. P. GABI ER,
Agent of Life Association of America.
July 5
?a-FLRSC NATIONAL BANK OF
CHARLESTON-CHARLESTON, JULY 3, 1869.
DIVIDEND NO I ICE.-The Board of Directors hav?
ing declared a Semi annual Dividend of FIYB ($6) |
DOLLARS per bbare, free ot tax, tbe same -will be
paid to Stockholders on and after Tuteo AV, the 6th
instant. WAT. C. BBEE8F,
Jnly 3_ Cashier.
49-N0TI3E.-A DIVIDEND OP TEN (10)
DOLL *RS FEB SHARE wilt be paid to the Steak
holders or thu Graniteville Manufacturing Com?
pany, at the office of the President, on and after the
10thinstant. h. H. BICKMAN,
Jnly a_8_ President.
BB-SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN ANDTBIJST
COMPANY - SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. -Deposits
made on or before zath Jnly, will draw interest from
1st instant. THOMAS R. WARING, Cashier
July a_ 8
?a- OFFICE CHARLESTON GASLIGHT
COMPANY, JUNK 22,186?.-A i ividond of FIFTY
CENTS por Share on the Capital Stock of this Com?
pany having been declared by the Directors, the
name will be paid on and after MONDAY, the 5th
proximo. ,
The Books of Transfer will ba closed from this date
to 6th proximo. W. J. HERIOT,
June aa 12 Secretory and Treasurer.
BB"THE NEATEST, THE QUICKEST AND
THE CHEAPEST.-THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
113 EAST BAY, having replenished its Stock with a
new and large assortment of material of the finest
quality and latest styles, is prepared to execute, at
i be shortest notica and in the best manner, JOB
PRINTING of every description.
Call and examine the scale of prices before giving
your orders elsewhere.
?B-DUT0HER'8 LIGHTNING FLY-KILLE H.
Death to the Liviog I Long live the Killers I .sold
by Dealers everywhere. Imo June 29
BB"MARENGO.-F EVER AND AGUE
CURB, TONIO, FEVER PEEV RN TiViS.-This val
nable med.cine, euMrely vegetable in its prepara?
tion, is offered to the public and warranted to cure
any case of CHILLS AND FEVER of however long
standing, completely eradicating its effdct from the
system, purifying tha blool, strengthening the di?
gestive organs, inducing an appetite, and keeping
the system in perfect health.
Those suffering from debility arri ting from any
caua will Hod it tho purest and best TONIC to he
had sny ?here. To persons residing in unhealthy
sections, or who are predisposed to- fevers of any
kind, it will be found invaluaole as a preventive. It
is quite pleasant to the taste, snd can be given to
children of all agen without injury Numerous let?
ters have been received testifying to ita efficacy and
value sa a FEVER AND AGUE OBRE AND TONIC.
It ia rally guaranteed to give complete and univer?
sal satisfaction.
MARENGO la no humbug. Tar rr.
For sale at retail by all Druggists.
At wbo'eaale b> DOWIK Ac MOISE, corner Meet
iucrand Hasel streets; GOODRICH, WI NEMAN At
CO., Hayne-Btreet, and G. J. LUHN, General agent
of Proprietor, soutf east corner King and John
streets, Charleston, g. C. PAC 3moa Jane 8
BB"JON0LUS1VE EVlDhNOE IN FAVOR
OF HOSTETTtB'S STOMA JH BITTERS.-W. H.
HEESE, a leading druggist in Monticello, 111., in a
letter of Jun? 6,1888, writes to this effect : "Having
sold HO iTETTElt'd BI ITV BS for the past four
years, I cannot bnt speak of the artiole as belog tho
beettonioand appetiser extant. Dating the ague
season of 186*-? I could not keep a sufficient stock
on hand io supply my cns omen. In fact, your
Bitters waa as staple aa quinine. I learn that phy?
sicians pres ribo it all over tba western country.
Indeed, a great many families think they are not
safe without your lu va .ruble tonio."
J. E. WrrHZBsrooif, Esq,, a magistrate of Ker?
shaw Couaty. h. C., atites, underdale April 13, 18*8,
that be has used the Bl.tera constantly in his own
family for the previous two years. He first tried tho
preparation when suffeilng from exhaustion pro?
duced by a severe s tieck of fever. Belora the first
bottle was finished he experienced a remarkable
change for the better. He bad. tried brandy at tbe
outset, but found that did him more barm than
good. In ons month from tbs Urne he commenced
using the Bitters bis bealb, strength and appetite
were restored. Be bad recommended tbs anide to
others iu like eli oumsUufes.aud tiover known lt to
fall, and bad found lt a perfect specific tor chills and
fever."
Mr. atura. YotJMo, of Clarion, Ps,, under date
April?, 1868, certi nea that he wac completely oared.
of "one of Bte most distressing attacks of dyspepsia
that ever sflhcted anv u/Ottal," by three bottles ot
the Bitters, siter "various other remedias bad proved
poterie??." Restore! io perfect hi&tUi, ho than. ?
..that excellent preparation for tba result."
Di. ?ft M. h Moron*, of tunah < reek, Pvrrr r aun?
ty. als?, writ ag tueute February s, 1MB says: 'I
havo? used your stomach b tte-s'or sever 1 ear in
ny practice, and nod them superior to most o> tbs
Bitte s now prescribe) by tb? profos?ion generally. '
July 9 nao o
Stowing.
EXCURSIONS! I X< URHIOftSI
THE FINE YACHT ELLA IS NOW
ready and prepared to bo chartered Tor
trips or for tLc day.
For engagements apply ou board at <Tov
rnmcnt Wharf. J. o. NOLTE.
Julv 5 1*
EXCURSIONS! EXCUICSlOMg I
THE NEW AND COMMODIOUS YACHT
MA HY ELL?, is now roudy and prep? red
to mibe regular IripB to potato of interest
In our harbor. Will also laka parties for
Picnics and Moonlight Excursions.
For Entfagtmcnts apply to Captain CO K. en
board at Atlantic Wharf, or to No. 102 EAST BAY.
June 24 1 roo
EXCURSIONS I EXCUHSlOXSt
THE EINE FAST SAILING YACHT
ELUA ANNA, the Champion of the .>outh,
is"now ready and prepared to make regular
trips, thus affording au opportunity to a 11
who mav wish to visit points of interest in our bbau -
ti ful harbor.
For passage, apply to tho Captain on Union Whar f.
June 21_
EXCURSIONS AKOUND '1 11 to IIAIUSOR.
THE FINE, FAST SAILING AND COM.
'FOBTABLY appointed Yacht ELBA NOS
twill resume her trips to historic points im
.tbe harbor, and will leave G o vernie en
Wharf daily at Ten A. M.
For Passage apply to "1HOMAS YOONG,
December 18 Captain, on hoard.
NSW YU KM. AN JJ CHAM, a* AU feT U Bi
STEAMSHIP LINE.
FOR NEW YORK.
CABIN PASSAGE $20.
TBE SPLENDID STDE-WHRBL
STEAMSHIP CHAMPION. B. A.
LOCKWOOD Commander, will sea
from Auger's oouth ft hart on SAX?
CBDAY, July 10, at 6 o'clock P. M.
OW An extra chaw, of $8 made for Tickets par
chatted on board after sailing
OW No Bills of Lading signed after the steamer
leaves.
OW Through Bille Ea ling given for Cotton to
Bo?ton and Providence, B. L
OW 1 brough Bille ot Lading given to Liverpool.
OW Marnie Insurance Dy this .me % per rent.
OW The steamers ot thia Hoe ar? first class in
every respect, and their Tables are m jolted with 8V
the delicacies of the New York and Charleston mar?
keta.
For Freight or Pasaage, apply to
JA MEM ADoi?K A CO.. Agents,
Corner Adger's Wharf and Hast Bay 'TTn-tairs.)
49- MANHATTAN will follow od BATOBDAy, Jeri*
17, at 12 o'clock M.
Jnly 8_<
BALTinuun ANO ciiAumsION
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
THE STEAMSHIP SEA GULL,
Captain N. P. i UTTON, will sail for
Baltimore on 1 HUHSDAT. A FTERNOON,
Jmy 8th, at halt-past 8 o'clock, from
Pier No 1, Union Wharf.
OW Through Bills Lading signed for all classes ot
Freight to iiOaTON, PHlLaDEl PHI A. WILMING
ION. DEL., WASHINGTON CITY, and the NOBTH
WE8T.
For Freight or paaeage, apply to
COURTENAY A TRENHOLM.
July 8 4 Union Wharves.
VUE flKW lt JHH.
REGULAR LINE EVERY WEDNESDAY l_
PASSAGE SM).
THB STEAMSHIP SARAGOSSA,
y-?VySSK?^Capt in C. RVDFR. will leavo Van
^^\J^2^W^d?ihorst's Winari OD WKDJIESDAT
_'S?BjBggi?As'iEriNooN, July "tb, lees), at 4
o'clock.
Jnly 1_RAVENEL A CO.. Ager ta.
PACIFIC HAU. STEAMSHIP COHPYB
THBOPOH LIR'? TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
onAXOH 0F SAILING DAYSt
s?XC&EBB 8THAM.VH8 OF THE ABOVE
yVS?^?fSA*^^. Une leave Ker ?... ., ?",?,?1..?
4^?fgMf* foot of Canal-atreet,Ve?rt^T"'
JflBMsaaBC 12 o'clock noon, of theist, 11th au?,
Slat of every month (except when theae dates tail
en Sunday, then the Saturday preceding).
Departure of Mt and 21at connect at Panama wita
ataamera for Hotttb Pacific and Central Amerloaa
porta. Those of let touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of 11th ot each month connects with
the new steam line from Panama to Australia anal
New Zealand.
Steamship OREGONIAN leaves San Fracciaoo for
China and Japan Ausujt 4. 1869.
No California steamers toucb at Havana, bat ge
direct from New York to AspinwalL
One hundred poonda baggage rna to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or farther information appir
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wiori
toot of Canal-street, North River, New York.
March 12_lyr_F. R. BABY, Agent
FOR 6KOHGKTOWK, S. C.
r _jdh^*k THK STEAMEB EMILIE, CAPTAIN
MSuSBft.11- C. LEWIS, will receive Freight
on MOND AT, the 8th instaat, at south commercial
Wharf, and leave as aboT on TUESDAY MORNING,
the 6th inst., at 6 o'clock.
For ei>gagement4 apply to
SHACKELFOBD k KELLY,
July 5_1_Boyce's Wharf.
FOR CIIKRAW, S. C.,
AND ALL THE LANDINGS ON PEEDEE BIVEB.
m --offers, ?HE LIGHT DR?FT STEAMEB
Js?SS?SHL. GEN ERAL M AN IG AULT, Captain H,
s. COBOKS, ls now receiving Freight at Boyce's
Wharf, and will leave a- above on WEDNESDAY MORN?
ING the 7tb instant, at 4 o'clock
For Freight engagements apply to
SHACKELFOBD & BELLY,
July 5_2_Boyce's Wharf.
FOURTH OF JULY gUUEDI'LB,
MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S ISLAND
FERRY.
THE ?vTE?MEBS OF THIS LINE
rf'T^rwfel? iT"1 ran a9 followf : .
Leave tUv at 8>? and 10 A. M., 1 ; 3 and 6? P. ft.
Leave v ount Pleasant at 8, 9 sud 11 >? A. M. ; 1 %,
6 and 7J? P. M.
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.
Leave City at 8}? and 10 A. M ; 1, % and 6 ii P. M
I eave Sullivan's Island 1%, 0>? and ll A. M. ; 2, 6^
and 7 P. M. J. H. MURKAY.
Joly 8_1*_Agent
EXCURSION AKOUND THE HA ft BO ll.
* - ?mT-?a? THE STEAMER ST. HELENA,
?B^SaBHCCaptain H. P. ELLIOTT, will mike
an Excursion around the Harbor THIS AFTERNOON,
?th inst..nt. leavmg Market Wharf at 4 0M0 k, re?
turning at sunset. Music and refreshments will be
on board.
Fare, 60 cents; children 26 cents.
Joly 6 1? J >HN H. MURRAY, Agent.
BXCUHSION AKOUND THE HA ll BOB.
? ^?ir^Jki TH8 STE* MBB KMII IE, CAP
fcAggggfjTAIN P. C. LEWIS, ?ill ruako Kn Ex?
cursion around the Harbor on MONDAY ?rriBSOOH.
the 6th instant, leaving Commercial Wharf at 6
o'clock.
A Band of Muiio and Refreshments will be on
board.
Fare for grown persons. 60 cents.
Fare for cbildcen, under twelve years. 25 cenfe.
Sil A C BELFORD & KELLY,
Julys_1_Agents.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
FOK PALATKA. FLORIDA?
VIA SAVANNAH, FHBNANDT?t? AND JACKSON
Vii LB.
m ?IC'?la. THE ELEGANT AND ?rirtST-Cn.ASS
feaffioSrSSG^'' EAMER DIDI A i OR, Capiaiw
W. T. MONB-TT. ?HI sad fro tn Charleston avers
TTSSDAT EVENING, at Nine o'clock, lor the abova
pom ta
Connecting with the Central Ballroad at Savannas'
for Mobile and New Orleans, and with tbe Florida
Railroad at Fernasdln? for Cedar Keys, at w'nioi
point steamers connect with New Orleans. Mobile,
Pensacola. Key West and H*vana.
Through Bills Lading aigred to New Orleans and
MOM ?e. : !?
All freight c%yable on ?he wharf.
Gooda not removed at tunas' will ha stored at sit k
and expensa of owners.
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agente.
Bay Vt ?omb Atiende Wharf,
?ST PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE.-A
NEW COURSE OF LE OTU BUM, aa delivered at the
New York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub?
jects ; How to Live and What to Live for ; Youth,
Maturity and oto Aga ; Manhood generally review?
ed ; the (lente ot indigestion ; Flatal-noe and Ner?
vous Diseisee accounted for ; ^ arroge philosophic
?ally Considered ko. Theae ec tures will be for?
warded on receipt of four stamps, by addressing :
-?ToRETABY BALTIMORE MUSS-UM OF AMATO*
MY. No. 74 Wert Baldmore-atrcet. Baltimore, Md.
april 1?_ mwf lyr
?er ESSAYS FOB YOUNO MEN.-ON I HK
Errors and Abuses Incident to Youth and Barry Man?
hood, with Uta amatase new or treatment ead ?nat,
seat by man free of chug*. Address HOW ABD AS?
SOCIATION, Box P. Philadelphia, Pa.
May 22 3atoa

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