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TUESDAY MORN1NO. MAY 22. 1866.
BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.
Our ?Utos by laat night's mail and Southern Ex
preen rrom tho North, are to tho 19th.
BILLS AMD JOINT KESOMITIONB ArFBOVED D? THE
WASHINGTON, May l8.-Tho President has ap
proved tho bill to authnrizo tho coiuag?? ol' Uvi?
cent pieces oompoBod of copper aud nickel. This
coin in to be a logal tender in any payment to tho
amount of one dollar. Thor o aro tu be nu new
issues of fractional notes of a loss denomination
than tou cents.
The President has also approved the bill nrovhl
iug that on and after the 16th mut. tliero i-hn.ll be
lovicd, collected aud paid on all horses, mules,
cattle, sheep, hogB and other Uvo animals import
ed from foreign countries a duy of twenty per
centum ad valorem; provided, that any euch ani
mals now bona fide owned by rouillent citizens of
the United StatoB and uowin any or the provinces
of Bri ti ih America may bo imported into the Uni
ted States freo of duty until the 27th of If iy
Tbe President has also approved tho Bill to al
low to the Vice-Ad mirai a secretary, with the rank
and sea pay and allowance-' of a lieutenant in ihn
Tno President has also approved the joint r?so
lution ?ending agreotiug to the Emperor of Kun
ai*, and c?)ngratulatiug him on his eBoapu from
tho hands, of an assassin.
The Preaidotit has also approved tho joint, reso
lution relative to tho United States Courts aud
Post offices in the oity of New York.
JEFF. DAVIS-HIS VIEWS OF THE INDICTMENT FOUND
AOAINST HIM IK OOILTT IT DIFFEBB FHOM HIS
EXPECTATIONS-MRS. DAVIS MAKES A SECOND VISIT
TO NOIlF.'l.K, ETC.
[Cbrrwpontiencc New York Herald.]
F0UTBE8S MoNnoE, May 16_Jeff. Davis, I aro
informed, on reading this morning tho exclusivo
publication in the Herald of the late iudictment
found against him, expressed great surprise ?t
the brevity and comparative simplicity of the
document. Be evidently expected to find it a
much moro elaborate paper, and embracing a
great multiplicity of char ROB Hgainst hi"?,including
not ouly the grave one of inciting and direotiug tie
rebellion, but the grave accusatious of instigating
the aaaaaaiiiatioi? of President Lmc ?lu, cou ?looting
the Canada raids, setting on f<>ot the wholes..le
incendiary securities against Northern cities, au
thorizing and controlling the piratical expeditions
on the high eeaa, that played such havoc with our
maritime commerce, counselling sud ado ting the
inhumanities practiced upon our prisoners-in
short as being tho head aud trout and impersona
tion of the rebellion; mid all the battles aud loss
of lives and w tata of money, and suffering* aud
miseries growing out of it. Seeing but the siugle
count that ia brought against him, I am assured,
gives bim more abiding hope of a favorable re
sult to himself in his coming trial. Each day only
increases Ids auxiety for the speedy approach of
the time of his trial.
UBS. DAVIS QOES TO NODFOLK.
Mrs. Davis to-day visited Norfolk and returned
this evening on the steamer James T. Brady,
Captain LaudiB. She went partly on a shopping
expedition, but mainly to make a call OH Mrs
Leonard, auiece of hers, at present residing tbeie.
I am told that the shopkeepers, as ou the occa
sion of her rocont visit, refused to aocopt any
money from her.
THE COLONIZATION OF LOWBB CAIalFOBNIA.
As tho contrant concerning tho colonization of
Lower California seems to be misunderstood it
may bo of interest to stato from official datt that
Jacob P. Lease, with the endorsement of the local
authorities, made a contraot with, the Mex.oau
governiflent for tho colonization of some parts ot
Lower California. He was to receive the lauds at
the tariff prices aud to advance a osrtaiu -uni of
money as part payment, which it was agreed
should bo paid at San Francise??. This WAS after
ward changed so that the money should be paid at
New York, and it ivas actually paid to Miniatur Ho
mero. The Mexicau government thoroton*, has
sold s'linu vacant lands; but not the sovuroiguty
of the country. The provisions of the ooutract
aro, beside*?, very advantageous to Mexico.
COTTON SPECULATIONS AND LOSSES TO GOVERN
It ia understood that the government will loose
.bout four hundred thousaud dollars by tho op?
rations of speculators in cotton at Memphis, Tenu.
Last summer four hundred thousand dollin? in
government funds were placed in tho bauds of a
man named Carleton, which woro used up in the
purchase.oi coUon. The coton was sent North
for sale, and bolero the government rea izod any
thing at sil from tbo transaction, the consignees
failed, aud tbo government lost the whole amount,
principal us well us pn-apeotive pr> fits. Consid
erable interest is manifested to ascertain by whose
direction the governmont funds were invested iu
THE NEOKOES DISSATISFIED WITH THE BECONSTttUC
TION COMMITTEE'S It El*. ?HT.
George T. Downing, President of tho coloree.
dolegaii'ui at Washington, has addressed a card
to tneir friends in Congress against the report of
the Comiuitteo on Becoubtrnction, passed by the
House on tho 10th iuat., and to be consider? d next
week by the Senate. Ho says this report tulla
heavily on iho hopes of tho colored man. di-ap
points the expectations nf the time?, and alto
gether lalU sliort of what tho best iutercsta of
ouro'Mintry ilcmuudu. Among other thing.? ii ia
remarked that thoro is scarcely a member of the
House who voted in favor of the proposition who
does not believo th >t, not only according to jus
tice, but in .accord mer- with the spirit of the Con
stitution und tho principles on which th? Uovorn
meut ia baaed, the right of every oitizon without
regard to complexion, to htivo a voice in tho rep
resentation with ovory other cit z*n iu uuiues
tionable, aud that there is nothing iu the Coneti
tion which forbidu congress securing this right
unto every citiz- u.
THE DCSINEfie BEEO??.E THE JODIOIABY COMMITTEE.
Tho Judiciary Committee met this morniug and
agreed to" report a bill to iucreaso tbo nay of
clerks, marshals and attorneys of tho United
States Courts, and another providing for a statute
of linu'atioii for the collection of claims against
the United States. The latter measure, as it now
stands, provides that creditors of tho government
must preaout their claims before a lapse of six
years after contraction or be left without re
Tho most important work of tho Committee to
day was to pass upon Thad- Stevens' bill propos
ing an amendment to the Constitution so as to
validate the levy of an export duty upon cotton.
After considoraolo discussion a tie vote was had,
only six members being present. The bill there
fore goes over until two wooka from to-day. when
the next mooting of the Committee will tako
THE ?TEVD IN THE BKFUDLIUAN PAUTT OF MAHILAND
is daily growing more bitter, and tho indications
aro that the broach cannot bo healed. Each wing
. claim a to represent the seutimeuts of tho people,
.nd both have called conventions and oponod the
campaign in real earnest. The Radicals held a
mass meeting at Baltimore, which was uddressod
hy Senators Cresswell, Nye, and several lessor
- lights of that branch. The Consorvativet* follow
to-morrow with ono at .Westminster, when SCJI?
tora Lowan and Hendricks will speak. In tho
meantime, the Democrats who comprise three-1
lourths of tho voting population of tho Stato il
legally disfranchised hy tho minority, aro looking !
<m the fight with considerable interest.
PUOrOHUD JOLL? CELEDI.ATIO.V Or THE VOU117U Ol'
Tho petition prosc-nlcd in the Senate to-day by
. Mr. Sumner, for the trial of Jeff Davis bv court
martial, ia from John J. Vnrannou, of No. 491 East
Thirteenth street. Now York. The petitioner is
fearful lest Mr. Davis, whom ho calls a bio? d
stainod fiend, shall escapo if tried hy a civil court;
and furthermore asks that ho be shot on tho
Fourth of Julr next, if found p.uilty by tlio court
martial. Ho said that ho considered it UhOlesa lo
obtain signatures to his potition, as tho Souators
know very well that his wiahoa on the subjoct aro
shared by tho masses o? their countrymen.
JLFFERSO.S DAVIS- THE ASSASSINATION CHABOTS.
The Hou-o Judiciary Committeo it is sahl, will
make no report on tho thargo which they have
had under consideration for eomo time, implicat
ing Jeff. Davis with the assassination plot. It is
said that the Committee do not regard tbo evi
dence which they havo taken on this point as of a
character to justify thom ill presenting it to the
House. They will, therefore, confine their re
commendations to tho treaaonahl? part of tho
matter submitted to them foi" ?-xtuuiuntion.
THE BIM, ArrtIw3IZINt. A TER?! Ol' TUL" UNITED
STATES C1 ECU IT GOUft? AT aUCHMO-??
In June, has at last paoaoil both Hohe te, the Sen
ate receding to-day1 from itf? n/mondmonta. It
will, th?refor?, become a law as Boon as it is sign
ed by the President.
COLEMAN'S GENUINE LONDON
MUST.. It?, PICtLI?:!*. S.Ut'KS, JKIa
I.I !? S, Pt? KSKKVKSCO.-K?SIC? ill Halt.
?H\t\ 0AN8, 2 LB8. EACH, COLEMAN'S GEN
_IV_/V/ OISE MUSTARD
100 runs Pk-ki ?, S?uc s, aud Jebics
6 cauB Condensed Milk
li) kegB Sour Kraut,
6 cases extra nu ?lily SMOKING TOBACOO.
For sale by I.iAAO K. HERTZ k CO.,
No. '-1 East Bay, corner of Cumbullaud-st.
May 23 4
CORN, OATS, AND BACON.
I / ./ ./ \ BUSHE. 8 PRIME WHITE PROVISION
L\J\) KJ CORN
6CU biishrW primo yellow Corn
BOO bushoiB Mlxo?i Corn
lUUO buBbols Virginia Heavy Oats.
?000 lbs ?ir!-o Virginia UACON SIDES and SHOUL
1500 lbs. oxira quality Vlrgloia Family Hums.
In store and for sale by
ISAAC E HERTZ .*? CO.,
No. 201 East B.y, coruor of OuuiberUud-st.
May 22 *
( ff HUBS. BAGO*?! 8HOULDI-?K8, Of" GOOD QUALI
1 O TY, f..r sale low, by Hl?NRV COBI v A CO.,
Moy 22 2 No 26 Vendue itanue.
COTTONSEED! COTTON SEED!
a ?T . DU-ttiELS UPLAND COTTON SEED. FOR
LtJ >J planting, roraaio by
?.?_?- ?_? i t, B. M. BUTLEll,
May 22 1 No BO Euat Bay.
Bn8Ht;l8 OdOICE F'tIPP SEA ISLAND
CO VIOH bEED. For salo oy
A. OHILDB A CO.,
No lOjT-ast Ba?.street. Oh ?neston S. O
PRIME WHITE AND YELLOW
? a--"*?/"?/", BAGS. TWO BUSHEL8 EACH. PRIME
IV/U^W WHITE PROVISION CORN
600 bags, two buuhels ea?.h, Primo Yellow
For silo at lowest market ratee, by weight of 66 His. to
the biiHli.'l by J. N ROBSON,
ilnj 22 3 No C2 1-nt Bay.
COHN, HAT, AND OATS.
1 KMBKLS PitlME WHITE PROVISION
-0(i bushel? Hiavy Oat-<
60?) biles superior l Upotliy Hay.
The abovo all lu ature, and lor Milo low hy
JNO. H. BIHI) Jn. A*. CO.,
May 22 3 Corn.r Chuicu tind Tra?ld Btrcts
PRIME WHIT ii CORN.
._/*|/\ 8AOK8 PRIME WRITE CORN,
fjUW For sale r?y
May 21 2_RAVENEL St BARNWELL.
Q-r\f\ BUSHELS, IN BULE. PRIME WHITE
O ?) \J \J CORN, laudinn and for ?alo low. by
J. W. 8PHAOUE A* BUOTHi R,
Ntrth llantlo Wharf,
May 21_2_No 7u E.i-t Bay.
HAY! HAY! HAY!
I C\ A A B*_i*B PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY,
I " '._ _: laniilii(* from nark Harriot at Rrown'a
Wharf. For Bale low, in lots to ault purchaser,!, by
WE T?t JON E8,
?Jay 16 no. 76 ?_st Bay.
.8 bUPEB Fl
ps RAVEN EL & co.
FLOUR. FLOUR, &c.
I Qi* BBLS. HEbT FAMILY KL' UR
LOO 120 bbli b-?.t t-U?>orllne Flour
?KUI bbiB Now York ?tate Flour
SO bills Rye I mur
lOOo Ba.-ks Corn, primo White.
In f*t"ro, and for sale by 8TENHOU8E k CO.,
May 21 2 No 110 East Ray.
A (\ TIERCESCAIiOLINA RIOE (tresh beaten)
_" t 2(),i Oil poiiudu llaiignou lil'-o.
For *alc low, by > J. S. SCHIRME**.
No. l8 North Commercial Wharf.
May H mtuihftut'O
Ov/V/Va' Just reoelvod and for sala at the very
i weat CHsh pneos. GEO. W. GI-R' te -. IK.
May 17 6 No 199 East Bay.
CHOICE CLARET & SAUTERN E.
JUST RECEIVED FROM WA?HING.ON MORTON,
Bordoaux, and for snle by
GOUHUIN MATTHIE8-EN A CO.,
April li - Adger'B North Wharf.
HAVANA LEAF AND SPANISH
7B ILES FILLhR8 HAVANA TOBACCO
1 bul-? Wrappir* Havana I obac-o
1000 MOkaVfaM of Superior SpauUh -*nioktng Tobacco,
and y lb , of the most <:utci>rati <! brands.
Fair sal o low, In lots to suit purchasors. by
DEJOTTES i* SALAS,
MayS tliBtul'i o l18 East Kay.
QK. AHA PRIME SOUTHERN PLA8TZRING
. ?.). -li./' ' LATUS 4 UDd A loot 6 in. hes long, at
$3 50 piT thousand. Apply 'o
WHARTON A- PETS^H'S
Car Works and Piauing Milla,
Cor. or Lm?'-.itr."-t nuil Itailroad.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAViNG COMPLETED THEIR
X arrnngoiuoi.t? onco more for th ? manufacture of
tbo noat COTTON GINS over mado In tbla country, are
now prepared to rocoive orders from Plauters and
o-h-ra wishing to purcbaso.
Th . lo i* cHia'.ili.shcd end well-known reputa'ion of
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GINS, will, we hopo, be a suffi
cient mminntoo that tbo article will give entire satisfac
tion. J. M. ELLHiTT Al CO.,
May 14 Winnsboro, S O.
GEO. W, WILLIAMS & CO,
CIIARLE8TUN, S. V.,
OFFER FOR SALE LOW FOR OA8H:
1AAA BAOK<* LIVERPOOL SALT
XWJVJKJ 3000 barr?la Sugar-A, B and O
200 bags Rio aud Java Coffee
1000 keg* Nalia, aseorted
ROO colls Manlllaand Honip Bope
100 balos Gunny and Dundee Bagging
100 barnie Molasses and Syrup
3JO boxos Adamantino and Sperm Caudles
200 hogs Powder--hole, half and Quarter kegs
600 baas Shot and Lead
600 bbls. Flour-Fine, Super and Extra
200 dozen Buckets, Broom? and Tube
Coppera?i. Blu-tooe, Maddor
Indigo, Splocs. Starch, Yea3tTowdrr
8oda, Plcklos, Sardines. ToaB. Moeserai etc.. etc.
May 10_ _ tbatulmo
0H0I0E LIQUORS, ALES, WINES, ?to.
Li F. GOODWIN,
No. 58 Wontworfli-str?_et,
OFPOSItB MILITARI' H ALI,.
FREE LUNCH FROM 11 A. M. TO 1 T. M., AND
FltOM 8 TO li T. M., EV* BY DAY.
Tbo Uni'st quality or 1CK CRI AM served at all hours
in ? hi? r.ardcu attached to this Establishment.
Como all uud rofiosh your.elvcs May 12
"DRUG ST??E FOR SALE.
AN OLD ESTABLISHED RET ML DRUG STORE,
In one of the most desirable locaUties of the city,
i? O ?*FERhi) FOU SALE. Tho proaent proprietor Is
ludn rd to this siep by roisou of his state of health,
which compels bim tri chango bl* occupation, and re
move to the country. Apply, by lotter, to Box No. 336
Charleston I'ostoffloo. tbstuth?._May 17
(m?IXTIIR?! m FIXTURES!
THE 8U"*S0RIBER REG9 TO INFORM HIS
friends and tho cltlzeus generally, that Be ia now
vii*"".?*: ?t No. 140 Churi-U street, ono door south of
Ma, Kot, whero ha has lu storo a choleo selection of
Ga* I-?im?, aud Globen of latest -ile aud pat-ern,
_9__ ? ***al*. &c. Dwolllugs, t-torcs. fct. flttod up
with riplog aud FixlurcB at tho lowest possible ratos.
Stow* Fitilng, _c. ReiuilriUi- promptlv a totid??- to. All
work guaranteed. * fe i,. GUILLEMIN,
No. HO Chitrth'Btt -t,
_, <n One door south of MsrkeL
??yl- ' ? stuthO
KOII I.1VKUPUUL.-T1IK NUK
WEGIAN BARK OltlON, N. EVKKBOU, Mas
tor, of "small capacity," und having two-tbirds
of bcr cargo engaged, will meet with quick dis
. at? li for the abovu port.
For freight engagimonlR apply to
MARSHALL, BEACH k CO.,
May 6 No. 21 broad street
VOU. LI VE U POOL..-TIIK KA8T
sailing American llsrk HELEN 8AND?, V. st.
Otis Alastor, wants a fow hundred balos of Up
land Cc-tton to nil up, and will be dUpatchod
lor tbo abovo port.
For balance of Freight engagements, apply to
STREET BROTHERS k CO.,
May 1 No. 74 Ea?t bay.
I? Oil lilVKIll*l"OL,-THE NEW
Bl sb bark EZHA, Bradshaw master, having
a poitiou of her cargo engaged, will meet with
-^-=?di8patch for the above port. For freight en
gagements apply to ROBERT MUBE k CO.,
April 11 Boyce ? CO.'B Wharf.
FOIL L.IVKttl-'OOa..-THE A IM?. 1
American ship HUD80N, J. P. Potter Master,
wants 100 bales Cotton to complot? cargo, and
Bill have Immediate dispatch for the abovo
port . .
For Freight engagements, apply to
April 20 WILLIS k OHISOLM.
FOR P II I Ia A O Fl Ia I? II I A-KB?.
~STONE LINE.-TO-MOBBOW-Tbo Behr OOL
,|)EN GATE, FmsniE Master, will sall
?as a' ovo. For balanco of Freight, apply to
H. F. BAKER A CO.,
May 22 No. 20 Ouinborland-strcct.
fast-sailing Schooner ELLIE L. SMITH, .Smith
Master, baa a largo poitlon of her cargo en
gaged, and will have dtipatoh for tbo abovo
port. For Freight engagements, apply to
STBEEr, BROTHERS k CO.,
May 12 No. 74 East Bay.
FOB SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.
ON AND AFTER BUNDAY, 6TH IN8T.,
AND UNTIL. l'i;Killi:li NOTICE,
ILL LEAVE A3 ABOVE FROM MARKET
Wharf, at 10 A M. and 3 P. M. Returning, will
leave tbo Island nt 11.30 A. M and 5 P. M. May 5
AND INTERMEDIATE I.ANDINOS.
LOUISE AND FANNIE
WILL LEAVE FRA.SER'3 WHARF. FOR ABOVE
' points at 11 o'click lfrdn?day Morning.
For Freight or Pansage apply at wharf office to
May 21_2_R. H. BACOT, Agent,
FOR SAVANNAH, via BEAU
FORT AND HILTON HEAD.
THE FAVORITE STEAMER
CAPTAIN w. T. MCNELTY,
H AVINO HANDSOME STATE-ROOM ACCOMMO
DATIONS, will rsoetve Freight at Accommodation
Wharf, and leave every Saturday Horning, at 8 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Savanuah every Tuesday Morning.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
FERGUSON k HOLMES,
May 7_Accommodation Wharf.
FOR SAVANNAH DIRECT.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMER
OAPT. L. M. OOXETTER,
WILL LEAVE ADGFR'8 WHARF EVERY TUES
DAY MORNINO, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or P???age, apply on board or at the of
fice on Brown's Wharf.
L. M. OOXETTER, Agent, Charleston
OW Agents at Havannah, Meiers. L. 3. OILLMARTIN
N. B.-Pa-era throughout the countrv advertising the
etean er "Dictator" wi?l please change her day of tearing
Charleston to > uetday. May fl
FOR PALATKA. FLA.
OAPT. L. M. OOXETTER.
WILL LEAVE CHARLESTON EVERY TUESDAY
MORNINO M ,7) O'eloc?; Savannah exety Tues
day Afternoon, at (4) o'clock, stopping at Fersandina,
Jacksonville, Pioolata and all the lauding? on the St.
Will leave Palatka every Wednuday Evening, at (8)
o'clock; Jackson ville every Thursday Morning, at (3)
o'clock, and Bavsnnah every Friday Morning, at (9)
o'clock, arriving at Charleston aame afternoon.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, at Adgor's
Wharf. - L. M. OOXETTER. Agent.
N. B.-Papera throughout tho country advertising the
steamer "DloUtor" will please change her day of lea-ring
Oharl-uton to Tuesday. May 7
THE FINE STEAMER
OAPT. T. J. LOCKWOOD.
\I/ItL LEAVE B070E k O0'8 NORTH WHARP,
?v Cb arlos lou, every Sunday Morning, at S A. M ,
for Pierios, via Beaufort, Hilton Head, Havannah, Bruns
wick, 8c Mary's, Fcrnandioa, Jacksonville, Pilatka, and
all intermed?alo lan dinga on the Ht. J. hn's Rlvor.
RETURN1NU-, will leave Savannah ?very Thursday.
Tho KATE baa been thoroughly refitted and put lu
th? most completo order, for ologsnee and tbo oomfort
For Frolght or Passage apply on board, or at tho
omeo on Bokoe'a Wharf.
Goods received at the oftlce, dally, and stored free of
extra charge. T. t. LOCKWOOD, Agent.
W. P. RUSSELL & CO.,
No. IO Hayne St.,
H. W. JOHN'S IMPROVED ROOFINOJPRE8ERVAT1VB
PAINT, BLACK DIAMOND vARNIflH, Ac.
THIS ROOFING HAS Bl EN IN USE NINE YEARS. IS
. mado of heavy canvas-not paper-and is the only
Composition Roof which will stand tha Southern cli
mate. Can be ?nada any desired color. AU kinds of
Roora repaired, palnteO, Ao. Call and tea re'e- enoos
and saropl-s. tnS April 17
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE
FOR NEW YORK.
OTE REGULAR UNITED STATES MALL LINE
OF FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS,
WILL LEAVE ON 8ATDRDAY, 28TH INSTANT, AT
Half-past Throe o'clock P. M., precisely.
No vegetables or* freight of any kind received after
One o'clock on that day, and no Bills of Ladlog signed
after that hour._
May 33 RAVENEL k GO.. Agents.
New York and Cbarlestou
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FARE REDUCED TO $25.
Leaving each Port every Alterante Tbnrsdny.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
OaVFT. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
OaVPX. O. P. MaUlSUMAl?.
rfTHESE 8TEAM8HIP8, OFFERING EVERY INDUCE
X MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior aooommodationo for Passen
gers, with tables supplied by every luxury the NOTT York
and Oharleaton markets can afford; and. for safety, speet.
ind comfort, are nnrivaUod on the coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPTAIN R. W. LOCKWOOD,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF, OP
THURSDAY, May 3?, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments to New York
Eor Freight or Passage apply at the offloe of the Agents,
WILLIS A OBT80LM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consignees In New York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON. FOI
ft OO._May l8
PASSAGE REDUCED !
CHEAP PA88AOE TO OR EILOB1
BY BATLTNa SHITS, BAILING EVERY WEER.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to an?
from New York.
Great Reduction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain ant
Ireland, at the very Lowest Rates.
Paesengors, on arrival in New York, will have thou
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed o?
For Passage, Ac, apply to P. SHEAHAN, No. 33.
Weet street, New York, or
M. M. QUINN & BROTHER,
No. 637 Erna BTBiarr, OoAasjaarow, S. fc"
And No, 137 Broad street, opposite Monument stree*
Ano-natA G. A. lyr Fsvhmarv "
PACIFIC MAIL ST. AM81I.P COMPANY'S
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL.
Through in Twenty-two Days.
BTBAJi8n.PS ON THJa OONKKCTTKU O M THB PAOTFtt
ATLANTIO. WITH TUB
NEW YORK.OOLDEV CITY
NORTH ER N LIGHT..GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA......MONTANA, &o . &0.
ANH OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID
\J Steamahipa will leave Pier No, ?a North River, foot
atCanal-street, at 13 o'clooV, noon, ou the 1st, 11th and
Qlst of every month (except when those dates fall on
Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday), for ABPIN*
WALL, connecting ?ria Panama Ballway with one of tha
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN*
CISCO, touching at AOAPULOO.
Departures of 1st and 31st connect at Panama ?with
ateamera for SOUTH PAOIFIO and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Those of the lat touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' rates
alio ?rod to second cabin and steerage paaaeng? rs with
familles. Alto, an allowance of ONE-QUARTER on
through ratas to clergymen and their families, and
school teachers; soldiers having honorable dischargee,
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adult
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through and at
tend to ladies and children without male protectors.
Baggage received on the dook the day before sailing,
from ateamboats, railroads, and passengors who prefer
to send down early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicine and at
For Passage Tickets, or further Information, ???.ply at
the Company's Ticket Ofllce, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
CANAL-STREET. NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
?jAoril 3 8mos 8 K. HOLMAN, Agent 5f
THE WAPPOO MILL1? (FORMERLY THE PROPER.
TY of Mr J. H. 8TEINMEYER), havu been thor
oughly overhauled and aro now in full operation. I am
prepared to cut Yellow and Pitch Pine Lumber of any
length and size, at shortest notice, from a large and well
seleo ed stock. At low tide there is 13 feet of water at
my Wharf, and dispatch can be guaranteed to vessels.
Any orders entrusted to mo will be carefully executed
nnder my per?ocal snporvislou.
Msy l8_lmj?_JOHN G THUR8TON.
SOLICIT* PATRONAGE IN THE FOLLOWING ME
CHANICAL WORKS, to wit: Repairs Weighing
Scales. Loiter Presses, Printing? Presses: makes and re
pairs Hoisting Maohiuea for Storea; makes all kinds of
Wrought end Steel Plougbs, wlthor wltboutatockB. Also,
a general run of BLACKSMITH WORK; also Wheel
wright Work in general. ABOH'D McLEISH,
" May 3 tuthaDmos No 1 Cumberland street.
CET AR CAMPHOR.-BE IT AND CHEAPEST
LAZKLL, MARSH sr OABDINEB.
May? ' tothafl New York.
OFFICE ENGINEER AND 8UPERIN ! ENDENT, )
CHARLESTON AM) SAV'H RMLROAD CO.,
CUA-LR8T0N, 8. O, May 21, l8 C )
FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OK PLANTEES RE
SIDI.NG IN TaEOlTY. an Extra Train will, until
further notice, leav.? Charleston tvery Monday, atG.30
A. M.. arriving at White Rall, at 10 IS A M. R turn
ing eame day, will leave 'blto Hall at 3 P. M , and ar
rlvo at Obarlofcton at 6.30 P M.
Freight for this Train must bo so designated on the re
ceipt, and will be charged at double rates
It. 8. HAIN; 8,
May 32 ___*__ Engin- er and Suporinteudent.
"SOHED?LB OX SPaltTAMlVIlG AND
ON AND AFTER I'HURSDAY. TU?, -il 1N8T., THk
trains will leave Spartanbnrg C. H. on Tuaadaya,
Thursdaya and Saturdays, at 6 A M., ami roach SheltOD
at 0.40 A. M.
Rotnrnlng, leave Shelton at 3 P. M. and arrive at Spar
tanburg O. H. at 7.30 P. M.
Passengers can now go throngb to Columbia In ont
day aud return In one day-stages, haoka and wagon?
connecting botweon the two roads.
THOMAS B. JFTEB.
Pre.-ont Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
UnlouvlR, 8. C, March 20, 1866.
March 24_ iuths2mo
SOUTH CA KULIN\ It Aa?-KOAH.
GENERAL SUPKRINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
OHa_laUTOM, 8. O, May 7, i860, j
ON AND AFTER THI8 BATE, THE PASHEN GER
TRAINS will lavo and arrive, as foUows. via :
Leave Charleston at.7.<>0 A. M.
Arrlvn at Augusta.?.BO P. *?I.
Arrivo at Columbia.6.16 P. M.
Leave Augoata at.7.10 A. M.
Leave OolumVla at.6.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.->.00 P. M.
H. T. PEAKE,
Hay 3 General Superintendent.
HXTGEE & HA SELL,
No. 137 MEETING-ST.,
CHARLESTON. 8. O.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE _ STATIONARY ENGINES
?IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILL
MILL AND GIN BAND8
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, _o.
SOUTHEE? EXPRESS COMPAS Y
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
.Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight.
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE CITY, FREE OF
H. JI. PLANT,
Prctldcnt, Augusta, Oa.
PHELAN BILLIARD ROOKS,
Nos. 125! 137, and 139
Corner of Market street,
ARE NOW OPES TO THE PUBLIC. THET ARE FUR
PHELAN k COLLENDER'S
UNDEB THE BCPEBINTEDENOE OF
MR. H. P. BINNS,
LONt* CONNECTED WITH MB. PHELAN'S EflTAB
LISHMENT IN NEW YORK.
H. P. BINNS & CO.,
THOS. E. DALWIOK7
CABINET 1*1 Alt _K ANO IINDKilTAItir.lt,
NO. 671 KING-STREET.
IS PREPARE*? TO FUBNI8H FUNERALS WITH
Coffins, of varions stylss aud qualities; Olaas
Hearses and flmt-cl-s Coaches.
REPAIRS FURNITURE, AND KEEPS ON HAND A
select su ppl;. of new and socond-hnuJ Fn?-nltnre, ro?nu
lacturt- Maurc?toa pf moss, wool, and cotton.
N. B.-All call? attended p?*rsonully, at any hour, day
or night_Ima_May l8
THE UNDERSIGNED HA VINO ESTABLISHED A
COALING DEPOT FOR STEAMERS AT CUISOLM
KILL WHARVES, will always koop on hand the best
rraallty of STEAM COAL. Steamers of tho h"vlost
Iraft oan lay afloat st theao Wharves at any stage o
tide, lae above Depot otter? decided advantages for a
rasao- patting Into this port for fuel. The Coal being
?n ?the Wharres, they ara s trad tho nsnal ?ipenae ol
_r_fte, Ac. CniflOLM BROTHERS,
March 9 m Bo. 9s East Bar. OharleitOD. 8.0.
PRATT & WILSON BROTIIKRS'
No. 238 King-street.
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS,
No. 238 KING-STREET,
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MABKET-BT,
Charleston. S. C.
B. W. WIL80N. ? P. B. WILSON.
O raduato of
N. A. PBATT. 1
0.8. Nitre and
of Pharmacy, ft
Chemist te lato
O. S. Ord, Dep't,
The Proprietors are Native Georgians.
CAMPHOR, OA8TOR OIT.,
BALSAM FIR. COD LIVKR OIL,
BALSAM COPAIBA ESSKNTIAL OILS,
ALUM, SUP. CARB. SODA,
BORAX, SULPHURIC AOID,
EPSOM 8ALT8, TARTARIC ACID,
GLAUBER SALTS, CREAM TARTAR,
BLUESTONE, CONCENTRATED LYE,
BAL SODA, SILICATE OF SODA,
SULPHUR. SALERA f US.
TURPENTINE, ?te., io.
FLINT ?AND GREEN GLAS8,
ALL SORTS AND SIXES.
FLUID EXTRACTS, ETHEHS,
TINCTURES, SUGAR COATED PILLS, eie.
Any Propnrationa made to order.
No. 238 King-street.
HEOEMIN'S COD LIVEB OIL,
HEGEMAN'S ELI X1 li OF BABE.
HEGEMAN'S PBEPAH *?TIoNS IN FULL,
WOBM LOZENOES, Hurlf j 'e anti Holloway'?,
AGUE COKES AND AliHE TONICS,
DBOWN'S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGEE,
?TAYNE'S PREPARAI I01NS,
BBOWN'S TROCHES FOR COUGHS,
PILLS-Hooper's, Clark's, Wright's, Ayer'?, Ac,,
WINBLOW'B SOOTHING STROP, Ac , Ac
All other moat popnlar and reliable.
No. 288 King-street?
OLD BItOWN WINDSOR, GENUINE LOW'8, fancy
H ty los, large weorlmont,
LAUNDRY SOAP, ENGLISH BAB; cheaper than Tur
N"o. 338 KINQ-ST.
F ?s. N C Y
No. ?88 Kins?-st.