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Plie Daily ?-Tews.
SATURDAY MOBNING, MAY 19, 1868.
Southern Kuli.omi Convention.
?The Richmond Tini"s, of tlio Jl7t.li, siys :
A convontiim of tho Presidents ami Suporiutond
ants of titi) ruilroad and steamboat linos between
BtJtinioro and Now Orloaus waa held in thia city
Col- ?.illiam Johnston, President of tho Char
otl?J und South Carolina Railroad, was called to
the -hair, and C. L. Fitch and E. G.Ohio appoint
. od Secretaries..
Tho chairman stated tho object of tho meeting
? to be to form schedules of timo and through tick
ets, wit li tho view of making connections botweon
ill'tin? Southern roads, in consideration or the
. com :> lot ?on of tho Catawba bridgo, on tho Char
otto .and South Carolin?. Rond, aud-thu compe
ti??! of all the roads throughout tho Southorn
Thu Secretarios woro thon rcqnostod to aacer
t tin tho natnos of tho oftiecrs present; after tlio
porforiui.'i.'o of which duty thoy mulo tho follow
i OR report :
S. i Iii nu Johnston, President Charlotte and
South Carolina R. R , HO miles loin.'.
Charles l'allia, President R??limoinl und Peters
burg It. It., nnd E. II. OMI, Superintendent, 22
E. WBkOaj, Superintendent North Carolina R. R.,'
223 in ?lea. v
B. W. Lawlter, President Rakish anta-Qaston
B. H,, an I Allioi t Johnson, buporiiitenileut, 07
C. O. SAD ford, President rotoi?burg R. R., G2
Gouera.1 Win. McRao, Sup.ai ?utendunt Wilming
ton ?.tul ?[anchester R. R , 171 miles.
Col. S. L. Fromotit. Superintendent Wilmington
..?vi Weldon B. B., 162 miles.
D. H. Uranie, Superintendent Montgomery nnd
West Pola* U. B., 117 miloi?.
D. II. Crame, Superintendent Alabama and
Florida R. R , 114 miloa.
W. H. Harvey, 8uperiutondcnt Atlantic and N.
C.-R. It., 95 miles.
A. M. Buford, Prosidont Richmond and Dinville
and Piedmont B. B.; Col. Thomas Dodainead,
Saperiiitikiidmit, 189 miles.
?P. V. Daniel, President, nnd Rimmel Butb, Su
.porlntondent. Biolimon 1, Frodericksburg and
.Potomac B. R., 130 miles.
C. L. Fitch, Oonoral Agent M. and G. U. P. B.,
John M. Rollinson, Acting Director Seaboard
and Uoauoke B. B. and Bay Storniere; C. G. Ghio,
. Gone ral Agent, 280 milos.
-Number of miles represonted, 1,811.
Tho following gen'lomon were appointod a com
tnitteo on apportioning through tickets: Met?ert?.
A. 8. Bnford, S. L Fromont, U. L. Fitch, D. H.
?Orausu, and E. Wilkes.
On Schedules the following gentlomen woro a, -
rinted: Mosers. E. H Gill, E. Wilkes, A. Johnson,
O. Sanford, William MuRea. S. L. Fremont, D.
H. Crame, W. H. Harvey, Thomaa Dod am and,
Samuel Bath, and J. M. Robinson.
?J, Ttto Convention then took a rocesB till 4 o'clock
At 4 o'clock the Convention ronssemblod ; bat
the whole session was engaged in conversational
debato apon the subject of arranging plans for
- ?.schedule?, without any action upon the same. At
a. lato hour the Convention adjourned till 10 o'clock
. .fhia morning.
.Joli? Blitehel ort Europlan Politics.
T?tom the New York Daily News, of tho 15lh,
".re take the following extract of an interesting
letter by ?lr. JOHN MITCHELL, written in Parie
HCaV I :
Ou tho whole, amidst all Iho confused rumors
and fraudulent stock-Jobbing canarda, ono thing
i m certain, that an Enropean war becomes every
?lay more and moro probable. Notwithstanding
the dubious and conditional promises of disarma
ment which were mado last wook by both Austria
?and Prasuia, it is now known that thcro is no dis
armament at all. If Austria has mado a begia
mngof withdrawing tome forces from Bohemia
and oven that is helievod-it has been only to
?oonoo?! tra to a crest army in Venetia, and now
Italy is arming to thu tooth. Between Austria ?ml
Italy wo have now tho sarao phenomenon which
ara? lal ely soon in Austiia and Prussia-tho two
eoantriio placing their annies on a war fontiog,
?sand each protesting that it was not she who be
cs.n it. Each is preparing to resist invasion hy
?Vite other. But such ' enormous armaments
aro as expensive as war itself, and the alarm
.?tnd uncertainty in which they keep the nations
?concerned, and all noixh boring nations, soon grow
to bo worso thin war. This is what pooplo aro
BcgiunLig to say to ono ano! her, even on the Bourse
' cf Paris. Besides, there are in existence nomo
. s Tacy gravo questions, and precisely of tho kind
s tuai. ?KitvQ never yet in this world neon solved bavo
. on tho field of battle. Prussia, in maintaining hor
- claim to annex the Elbe Du.hicB (which she has
?ofc given up, and does not moan to givo up) is
?imply asserting a prelensi ?n to bf> the dominant
power in Germany, To pouss?es tho seaport of
Kiel, to maleo a great ship canal through the isth
mus, from Kiel to the Gerni?ti Ocoan, nnd thus to
. ?. ?kMMsaM e. great naval power, such is tho openly
?nrowtvl amiiition of Count Bismark. But Austria
-*jid (Whut in moro) Russia can never submit to
?hi-i <js''essive aggrandizement of Prussia. To
gain nuil end, however, it worth to Prussia-a lo:ig
.-and Bloody war; to provont ita attainment is vurtu
-snell a arar to Austria, and to Russia. Then, on
the siilo of Italy, the Austrian Government lim
never acquiesced in tho losa of Lombardy, lins
never rdOOfinizad tha King of Italy, nor given np
the hopa ana tlo-o'gn of recovering what ?ho loft
by M?gontit and Solfcrii. > awl tho pcaco ot VilU
? frauc.i. Ou th?.other hand, Italy df minds Vene
tia to complote her nationality, and every man,
.?roman anil child In Venetia demands to bo united
lo Italy. Here, again, is H ?... Mulan t nnd super
abundant entine of war. 'Hie question cannot be
settled ?itliimt camion; yet it mint bo se died. As
?rell now as at any o nor time.
At Ellis? moment, then, ?\uatriu ii facing two
potent adversaries, one on tho north, tho other on
tho Houtli; nii'l with her half million of troops, it
?M not very clear that she- might not give a good
?coon at of them both. So tar us tlio merits of
iho question between her and Prussia aro con
- oerutrd, she has on her rido the Constitution of
i > She Germanic Coufedora'ion-which ie, however,
. JL. useless, u senseles??, a rotten and eflfoto old Con?
. -si?tution, but which will givo her for allies tho
fsrincipal States of Germany, certuiidv Bavaria
aajsjfj Saxony. She lins also on her side the potent
rotin euee of the Catholic Church, for his Holiness
the Pope greatly fears what might possibly hap
pen to nia little territory aftor the withdrawal of
use foreign troops next September; and all the
?Xap'tesessod Princes of Italy, with tho King of
Haplcs at their head, would be, as woll as the
Pope himself, well pleasou to soo this summer an
a&atstrian army once more crushing the Sardinians.
sus at Novara. So Austria has, id truth, goori
?baveking- the Constitution in Germany, tho Church
and legitimacy in Italy.
Bat ehe has this wcaknoRB. Austria is not a na
tion. That> empire exists oTily by denying and
trampling apon nationalities. Of the sabjoots of
Chat empire, not a third aro Germain-; tho rest
HaUCyars, Sclavps, Polos, Slovaks, Czechs, Italians.
Alia the principle of nationalities lins been assort
ing it?kclf greatly in tho mind of Europe, sinco the
outrageous treaties of Vionna. In any Congress
of European powers in t heno days, tho existence
of niit.nt.alit.08 would bo as?eitod, and their
righta loudly demindod.
Theroforo M. do ulam ark founds upon tho idpa
of nationnli?y. Tras-ia has far moro German sub
?ocie th Jil A'iHtrii.; all G? rniui, in fact, buvo the
taodfull of Polos in Poeon.xA.nd it is in the nanto
of flor mani? nationality that Prussia iluiiiiinds a
?reforui of the Constitution, and aflirms hor right?
as the first German powor, ^to tho hegemony ot
?ermaauy. DeBismark has also had tho sagacity
to eoizo on another modern idea, niiivorsil suf
frage. Ho has pronounead the word, and all Ger
many rings with it.
Sour correspondent protests that ho is not oper
avting at the Bourse. Novertholosp, fiom tho con
niderations abovu prcbonted, it booms impossible
to resist tho conviction that wo arc on tho thresh
old of a war. And that war will bo un European
.' ?nao; that ia to say, it will draw into i^ts vortex
bof.li Franco and Rusait; not England (on account
.et tito Fenians). France, .indeed, pn.claims
**?aeutrAlily." Shocan do nothing olee, for nobody
.i ia threatening her; but no rational human beieg
, ?magiiia'.s that a war can take plnoo both in linly
.and in Germany, and that the sword of Franco
'"'" 4MB rest in ita shoafh. H?iwevor, wo aro to hato
?oil tho crftiul Exposition of noxt year, ?hat, it is
tobo hoped, may be ovor beforo any nccosalty
Arise for France to enter thi> Hold. Paris, you aie
txware, lives in groat part on tho money spent here
?.V foreigners; and wo must positively reap that
.coble harvflxt of 1807. Tney cry havoo I
sfW THE WEJ-KJLY BECOBD OA? BE PDB
OUABEli at H. P. fl?OO'S, llarkot-atreot, ?vd M. M.
QUTNN'?, ,Klner-str<?t, at which placx*? now?b?ov. ?ji ot
tw S 7 oa?vfr? ?ylll ce *oM irom the 0Set fl.yt? .
_ atfM ta s^ .?i.niii.a if
J?_^ rOlI hlVEKI'Ol>l,.-'llIK .'(lit
n^^WEOlAN BAUK OltlON, N. LVEMJO?.-, Mas
_3_!_,er?,,f "small -pacity." and li*>inn two-third?
?????a-uf her cargo engaged, will meet with ijulck dis
patch for the above port.
For freight .-ligagoim-nts npply to
MARSHALL. BEACH k CO.,
May 6 -Vo. 21 Uro-<1 striet.
KO li MVC'IH'oub.- T??- FAST
.sniliiu* Atiirilfin Sark HELEN SANDS, 1'. E.
? OIN >l;ntcr, wants a fow hundred tules ol Up
? laud Cotton to fill up, mid will bo dispatched
lor tim ah ivu port.
For 1 alanco of Freight ?-ni; i;;i-ii i-ntR, appl. to
SlREEi' liROTHEHS i CO.,
May 1_No. 74 Lu?t Bay.
i? oit i?iv_ uPT.-?>_._-??_rK ti tew
?Bl ??h bark EZHA. Bradxbaw munter, havlii"
>a poi lion ol hur cargi? ciigiijjod. will lui ot wl'h
?--tt?dlsp-itch for tho nlmvn p??rt. For freight i?ii
gagctnenti apply to ROBERT MURE i CO.,
April 27_Boye? .v do 'H Wharf.
KOIC lilVKltl'tV.IL.-Til K <*? ? O. 1
^American ship HUDSON. J. P. 1 otter MiiBtor,
> ?rants GOO bales Cotton to cunipluto cargo, and
-"S2"-*?_?- will havo liumedlato dispatch for the above
For Freight engagements, apply to s
April 26 _W1LLI8 ..* C1IIS0LM.
J Ft? ii _?? 11i, \ O i ? L ?M iTT_iT-VSTaTivK
LINE-(THIS DAY.)-Hie flu? Schooner
?SAMUEL N. SMI I'll, SIKIHW, Master, wlU
'sall us above.
For balanco of Freight or rama?;??, np-jly to
II. F UtKtlt .fe CO.,
May 19_1 No. 20 Ciiinbjrland stnet.
? ;f-jv VO K I? 11 I I. A I> I?', bPUIA. -Til K
,i"l__S^f-ist-aalllag Schooner ELLIE L. SMITH, Smith
J?y__d3_^^,islt'r- bail i. lan?o pnitlou nf li.r ?.-urf-o eu
**?--"=**? KaKfil. aud will liavo illHpatch f jr the above
port. For Freight engauiiiiieiiti*. apply to
STREET BHOTUEIt** k CO.,
May 12 No 71 1'nKl llnr.
POlt OKUHORTOlVaV? ANO A ..li
LANl'IN'G.J-1 UN 'JUE WAOHAMAW RIVER
.CHEBA W, AND ALL LANDINGS ON JUE
?PKB REE RIVER.-Tho sehr. WILLIAM ?**
JOHN, C. J. Relyoa, M_?.t?-r. wbl take ft-gbt This Day
for Ooorgolo vu, whero shrTwill collum t with ni-i-iiul.tr
Mu? of River Slcumurs, aud lorward any morea for dah
li niions as above.
For Freight Engagements apply to tho Captain fu
board at Southern \\ barf. a Muy 17
?-UM ?tiiooiY-K _B?M- isvi__M.
Captain JOHN LEONARD, at Nortii Commaro'al
.Wharf, for I'oosaw, Boyd'? Lauding, Rockvillo,
a (Jabot j ,Gr.iii am ville, Pucotalig?, and all Inter-c
dlulo Landings having a port of her ca-go engaged, will
--ave with dispatch for the above places. Apply on
board. May 15
WANTED, A GOOD VKS?-. 0~V
?160 IO?U0 tous, to load for Philadelphia; hur
?cargo ready. Apply to
II. F. BtKES tt CO..
May 19 2 No. 20 Cumberland struot.
MOUNT PLEASANT FERRY.
LEAVES D ULY, FROM WHARF FOOT OF MAR
KET STREET, as follows :
DUniNU TUB WERK: _
LeaveCltyst.1? A. M.. 8 and 0 y P. M.
Leave Mount Plea ?ant at 8 A. M., 12 al. and 6y P. M.
. ON SUNHAT:
Leave City at.10 A. M., 1. 3. and ey p. M.
Leave Mount Pleasant at 9 A. M., 12 M., 2 and5y P. M.
AprU 28 _em
ON AND AFTER SU.VDAY,' OTU I.VST.,
AND UNTIL PUIITUER NOTICE,
-A. 1ST ID
tt'ILL LEAVE AS ABOVE FROM MARKET
VV Wharf, at 10 A M. and 3 P. M. Returning, will
leavo the Island at 11.30 A. M and 5 P. M. May 6
FOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF,
niCItl VOUA HI POIVT, AND INTEUMK.
ni ATI?; I. INDINOS O. SAVI'EE
De K A_ L I_ ,
CAPTAI M ?LAWSON.
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE POSITIVELY ON MON
DA y A ight, 21st Ina!. Freight will bo received
until nunaoton day of sailing.
For Engagements, apply on board, at Southern
Wharf, or to MOTTE A. PRINOLE.
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS.
LOUISE AND FANNIE
ILL LEAVE FRAKER'S AVHARF. A8 ABOVE,
8 O'I 1 -ck Saturday Morning.
For ? relglit or Pa-?go apply tit wharf oflli-n to
May l8 R. H BVCuT, Agent.
FOR SAVANNAH DIRECT.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMEB
1000 TON 8.
OAPT. L. M. OOXETTEB. \
WILL LEAVE AtlOEB'S WHARF EVERT TUES
DAY MORN1NU, at 1 o'clock.
For Freight or Partage, apply on board cr* at tho of
flc-o on Browu's Wharf. *
L. M. OOXETTEB. Agent, Charleston
ni-Agonta at Savannah, Messrs. L. J. GILLMAHTIN
ft CO. |
N. B.-Parera throughout the country advertising tho
stean.er "Dlotator'.' wljl ploase chango bor day of leaving
Charleston to 'tuesday. Mav 9
FOR PALATKA, FLA. -
OAPT. L. M. COXETTER,
WILL LEAVE OHARLFSTON EVERY TUESDAY
MORNING. at|7) o'clock; Savannah every Tues
day Afternoon, at (A) o'clock, stopping at Fernaudlna,
.lorktouvllto, Picolataand all tho landings on ibu Ht.
Will leave Palatka tvery Wednesday'Evening, at (8)
o'clock; Jarksonvillo every Thursday Morning, at (:')
o'clock, and Havan mh evoiy Friday Morning, at (0)
o'clock, i rr.vliif; nt Obarle.fiton wur\o afternoon.
For Frolght or Paastge, a? ply on board, at Adgor's
Wharf. L. M. ??OXETTGR. Agent.
N. B.-Pcpora throughout tho country odvf-rHsIiiB'tho
steamer "Dictator" will please chango her day of leaving
Oharletton to Tuesday. Msv 7
TdTHEOH A PEST. PLl'ASAMTtSi, MUST DtmitA
BLli. aa do'ence agalntt OLTTUKH-MOTHI DrugidsU
ovary whero eel! It. ?AUR18 & CUAPiIAN, Facutr?r?,
Boston. luth- ' _?) 1")
Baltimore and dliarI_*,ton Steamships.
ADF-.K-L. R. HALL. Commander.
1,1 1.A - Ii. CHIOS, Coimuandor.
__- 3D ______
A Ti* ILL : EAVE BRoWN'H WHARF ON SATURDAY,
VV the 19th inst., at 11 o'clock A, M.
For Freight or pasHuge. Lavin? nanda.uno accommo
dation?, apply to BTREKX BROTHERS .V CO.,
No. 74 Ea.t Bay.
?_** CABIN PASSAGE ?*"><) OU.
Agrnt luBultiaioro: DAVID F. KEELINO.
FREIGUT AND PA8SAGE
FOR NEW YOEE.
THEREOULAR UNITED STATES .MAU, I"NE
OF FIKS'i-OLASS STEAMERS,
Q,UAI?KIi CITl I SAIIAOOSSA,
ANDALUSIA. | OltANAJDA,
WILL LEAVE ADGER'S WHARF ON SATUR
DAY, May 13th. at 11 o'clock A. M.
Fir Freight or Passage, apply to
Moy 14 RAVENKL A CO.. Agent?.
New York and. Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMS?IP COMPAN?.
FARE REDUCED TO $25.
Lenring- each 1'ort eTery AJ ten?ate TliurMlny.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER.
OA.VX. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
OAPT. C. P. MAIlfiK?AN.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVEBY ENDUOfc
MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passen
gers, with tables supplied by every luxury tha New York,
and Oharlestou markets can afford; and, for safety, spe<
*>nd comfort, are unrlveiled on the coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPTAIN R. W. LOCKWOOD.
WILL LEAVE .SOUTH ATLANTIC vVIURF, ON
THCBSDAT, May li, at - o'clock.
Liberal ad vanoes made on consignments to New York.
For Freight or Passage apply at ?lie office of the Agent?,
WILLIS A CIIISOLM,
North Atlant- Wharf.
Consignees In New York-Measrs. LIVINGSTON. F03
? Co._ May l8
FOR SAVANNAH, via BEAU
FORT AND HILTON HEAD.
THE FAVORITE STEAMER
F1 ___ JST 1ST I E,
CAPTAIN w. T. MCNELTY.
HAVING HANDSOME 8 ?'ATE-ROOM ACCOMMO
DATIONS, will receive Freight at Accommodation
Wharf, and leave every Saturda 7 Morning, at 8 o'clock.
Returning, will leave S_rann-1 ?very Tuctday U.rning
For Freight or P-ssa-to, upply on ooanl, or to
FERGUSON k HOLMES.
May 7 Accommodation Wharf.
THE FIVE STEAMER
CAPT. T. J. LOCKWOOD.
WILL LEAVfc. BOYCE k CO'.H NORTH WHARF,
Charleston, every Sunday Morning, at 6 A. M .
for Florida, via Beaufort Hilton He?d, Savannah, Bruns
wick, St, Mary's. Fernandina, Jacksonville, Pilatka, and
all tntertnedlato landings on the fit. John's River.
BETDBN1NG, will leavo Savannah ?very Thursday.
The KATE has boen thoroughly refitted and put In
tho most complete order, for eloganceaod the comfort
For Freight or Pa? asgo apply on board,' or at the
office on Bovce's Wharf.
Goods received at the office, dally, and stored free of
extra charge. . T. J. LOCKWOOD, Agent
May 10 '
PASSAGE REDUCED !
CIIKAP PASSAGE TO OR FROM
_3 XT _R O _? _3 -
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVEBY WEEK.
Also, by tho
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Hailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to ano
from New York, _
Great Reduction In Faro to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFT? FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland, at tho vary Lowest Rate?.
Passengers, on arrival In Now York, will have theil
bagage removed Free, and overy care be ?to wed oa
For Passage, Ac, apply to P. SHEAHAN, No. _ 1
West street, Now York, or
M. M. QUINN * BROTHER,
No. B37 KINO Sr BEEt. Oi_i-"TON, 8. ?*.,
And No. 1H7 Brosu street, oppos?to Monument stree?,
AuiMiiiU n. A- lyr Pehmarv n
_>To. 173 EAST BAY.
LITTLE & MARSHALL.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AGR1
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of aU kinds :
8AW AND ROLLER GIN8, horse power, and GRIST
MILLA always on hand.
Ag?nt? for .* ?CH *.MRAT*LT'3 8TE1M ENGINE, and
*>?1?!I3 JLL'S FAT-SI V COXTON Pli _*S. Apr
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER
FREIGUT TO ANY POINT IN
THE CITY, FREE OF
II. U. PLANT,
Provident, Augusta, Ox.
rilBLMi BILLIARD ROOMS,
Nos. 1253137, and 129
Corner of Market street.
ABE NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. THET AKE FUR
PHELAN k COLLENDER'S
UNDEB THE 8UPERINTEDENOE OF
MR., H. P. BINNS,
G CONNECTED WITH MB. PHEIaAN'8 YS
LISHMENT IN NEW YOBK.
H. P. BINNS & CO.,
THOS. E. DALWICK,
CAniMilNllKKIl AND rmiEltTAKKIl,
NO. 571 KIN?-STBEET.
IS PBEPABED TO FUBNMH FONEBaL8 WITH
Coffias, of varions stylos and qualities; Oloss
Hearses and Arst-clais Coaches.
REPAI1H FURNITURE, AND KEEPS ON HAND A
select supply of new snd second-hand Furniture, manu
factures Matures??? of moss, wool, and cotton. *
N. li. -All calls attended personally, at any hour, day
or night. Uno May IB
PACIFIC MAIL8T1 ADIS.I.PCOiHP.iiVY'S
* MEXICAN PORTS,
CARRYING THE ?. S. MAIL
Through in Twenty-two Days.
BTKAMSBlPt! ON THE CONSKCHUO ON TUX PACIFIC
KXUCSTIO, WITH THE
NEW YORK.GOLDEv CITY
OOb AN QDEKN.SACRAMENTO
NORTHERN LIGHT..?OLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, kc , ko.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID
Steamships will leave Pier No. 12 North River, foot
of Oanal-street, at 11 o'clock, noon, on tlio 1st, 11th and
2lst of every month (except whon ttioso dutas fall on
Sunday, and then on the precediug Saturday), for A8PI>
WA LI,, connecting vi? Panama Railway with one t f the
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN
CISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
Departures of 1st and 21st connect at Panama witta
steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Those of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' rates
allowed to second cabin and steerage passong? rs with
families. Also, an allowance of ONE-QUARTER on
through rates to clergymen and their families, and
school teachers; soldiers having honorable discharges,
H A LIT FARE.
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adult
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through ami at
tend to ladles and children without malo protectors.
Baggage received on the dook the day before sailing,
from steamboats, railroads, and passengers who profer
to send down early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicine and at
For Passage Ticlcets, or further Information, apply at.
the Company's Ticket Office, on the Whnrf. FOOT OF
0ANAL-3TBEET, NOBTH BITER, NEW YORK.
Avril 2 Brnos F. W. G BELLOWS, Agent
SCHEDULE OV SPARTAN B?RO AND
ON AND AFTER THUR8DAY. THK 22d IN6T., THE
trains will leave Spartsnbnrg O. H. on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, at 6 A. M., and reach Shelton
at 9.40 A. M.
Returning, leave Sb'lton at 3 P. M. and arrive at Spar
Unburg 0. H. st 7.30 P. M.
Passengers can now go through to Columbia In ont
day a? d return In one day-stages, haoka and wagon?
connecting butweou tho two roads.
THOMAS B. testa.
President Spartanbnrg and Union Railroad.
CnionvllI, B. C, March iii?, 1606.
March 21_ ? . ._tnthsg.no
SOUTH CA KULIN A RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
CHABLXSTON. S. C, May 2, lsec. j
N AND AFTER THI8 DATE, THE PA89KhGEH
TuAINs will leave and arrive, as follows, via:
Leave charleston at.7. ntl A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.4.60 P. M.
. Arrive at Columbia. ..6.15 P. M.
Leave Angusta at.7.10 A. M.
. Leave Columbia at...8.0? A. M.
Arrive at Charleston..4.00 P. M.
II. T. PEASE,
May 3 ' Geueral bnporintoudent.
P3RUY.AN GUANO. ,
PZRJTVIAN OUANO, WARBANTED GENUINE
?low landing, and for salo low, if applied for imme
diately. Wif. K. RYAN,
May 4 No. 4 Accommodation ?Vharf.
ROYAL I1AVA1A LOTTERY OF CUIJA,
CONDUCTED BY THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT.
3860.000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERY SEVENTEEN
Prizes cached and Information tarnished.
The highest rates paid for Donblocns and all kind
Gold and SilTer. TAYLOR * CO., Banters,
February J Omi. ?W lo Wall-strcet. ?Jo* ?tort ?
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS.
One twenty horse-power Saw
Mill, with Ciroular Saw, &c,
''One twenty-five horse-power
One thirty horse-power Saw
FOR SALE, READY FOR DELIVERY, BY .
DJMEBOJ!, BARKLEY & CO.,
NO. 130 MEETING-STREET.
April 30 _
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO,.
Mechanical Appliances, &c. ;
LOW MOOB and OABT STEEL TYBEB,
CIRCULAR, HAND and
CROSS OUT SAWS,
Leather and India Rubber Belting,
&c, &c, .&*%
A largo variety of
EVANS & WATSON'S
BURGLAR AND FIRE PROOF SAFES
AT MANUFACTURERS* PRICES.
NO. 150 MEETING-STREET,
A FINE ASSORTMENT
FROM THE MOST
CONSISTING IN PART OF
PRAIRIE TLOWER. BABLEY SHEAF,
PA1 METTO. HUD80N,
BUBAL. LILY, &o.
SHIP AND 8TEAMBOAT RANGES,
FAMILY AND HOTEL RANGES.
For sole low by
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Apr? 30 No. 150 MEETING STREET.
HUGEE & HASELI.,
No. 137 MEETING-ST.,
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LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE _ STATIONARY ENGINES
?IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILL
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER, SALAMANDER SAFES, ?io.
EMM AND A-RRIG.4N BANK.
IIViOltPOUATEDUNOER --TUB OOMPA?
NIKS' ACT, ISO!*."
AUTHORIZE? CAPITAL ".1,800,000,
IN 00,000 SHARES OF ?30 EACH.
Flrat IB?ne, 30,000 Shares, sud the romaludor to be le
aned a? n ay bo required, under tho sanction of a Den.
THE ENGWSH ?AMERICAN BANK,
Having oponed Offices st No. <*3 WALL STREET, NEW
YOhK, is pn pared to ?oil Bills of Exchange on the
ENGLISH AND AMEBICAN UANK (LIMITED), Lon
don, mid on the UNION BANK OP LONDON; to buy
Bills of Exchange, end to letuo Commercial and Travel
er?' Credits, available In all parts of the world. Com
mercial Credits issued for use in the
E18T INDIES, CHINA, AND AUSTRALIA, WILL BB
UPON THE OBIENTAL BANK COBPOBATION OP
Further particulars may be ascertained on applio*th
at the Offlci?, No. 63 Wall street.
WILLIAM WOOD, Manager.
GEO. BURGH ALL WAITS, Assistant Manager.
OKA BUSHELS CHOICE FRIPP BEA ISLAND
?tO\J COTTON SEED. For salo OT
A. CHILDS & CO.,
M-.-* t No. 103 East D?r itrtei, Vbtr.tM.aii 9. 0.
PRATT & HILSON MOT?'
No. 238 King-street.
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS,
No. 238 KING-STREET,
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MARKET-ST,
Charleston, S. C.
N. A. PRATT, 1 S. W. WILSON.
0. 8. Nitre and (
f P. B. WIL80N,
li r a ii u a t o of
of Pharmacy, k
Chemist to lato
C. S. Ord. Dep't.
The Proprietors are Native Georgians.
CAMPHOR, CASTOR OIL, \
BAL8AM FIR. COD LIVER OIL.*
BALSAM COPAIBA E8SENTIAL OILS,
ALUM, SUP. CARD. SODA,
BORAX, SULPHURIC ACID,
EPSOM 8ALTS, TARTARIC ACID,
GLAUBER SALTS, CREAM TARTAR,
BLUESTONE, CONCENTRATED LYE,
SAL 80DA, SILICATE OF SODA,
8ULPHUR. , SALERA 1?8.
TURPENTINE, Ac, ?to.
FLINT AND OREEN GLA8S,
ALL SORTS AND SIZES.
FLUID EXTRACTS, ETHERS,
TINCTURtS, SUGAR COATED PHL8, etc.
Any Preparations made to order.
No. 338 King-street.
HEGEM\N'S COD LIVER OIL,
HEGE&LAN'S ELIXIR OF BARK,
HEGEMAN'S PREPARATIONS IN FULL,
WORM LOZENOE3, Hurley's and Holloway'?,
AGUE CURES AND AGUE TONICS.
BBOWN'S EbSENCE JAMAICA GINGEE,
BBOWN'S TB0CHE8 FOB COUGHS,
PILL8-Hooper's, Clark's, Wright's, Ajer'a, ko.,
WINSLOW'S SOOTHING BYROP, io , Ac,
AL' other moat popular and reUable.
No. 238 King-street.
OLD BROWN WINDSOR, GENUINE LOW'S, fancy
styles, large anson mont,
LAUNDRY SOAP, ENGLISH BAR; cheaper than Tur
ISTo. 238 KING-8T.
2STo. ?38 Kiii^-st.