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Tfoe Daily -JSTews.
_HUR?*->PAY MORNING. JONE 21, I860.
BY YESTERDAY'S MAIL.
SDK MILJTABY PREPAKATIONS FOB THE OREAT
An Imperial docreo has been lsiued. suepoutUng for
fce present, on account of dangers menacing the south
?t? ports of tho empire, tbo lawa for the protection of
?monal liberty and Inviolability io Vonotla, tho Istrian
??aboard, Gorxaud Oradisca, Southern Tyrol and Dal
m_Ui Au ord?-r bad also beonissuod, empowering tho
ficaer?l commanding tho Army of the North, tonn spend,
tn the case of necessity, tho above laws in all fortified
placea under his command, including their environs,
and oleo in some other dlatnols. Hols furthoinioro
empowered to establish military courts for the trial of
elvillmiB lor certain offences hitherto punlauable by the
ordin-ry penal code, and In certain contingencies to
proclaim martial law.
?According to tho Austrian Military Gazette, the
?tnettisn army now amounts to 800,000 mon. The army
of operations will consist of 000,000, of whom 360,000
will cppoBO the Prussians, and 2150,000 tho Italians.
With respect to tho Prussian army, tho Kolner Zei
1 he mobilization of the army is completed. In a fow
days tho organize? ion of tho army of operation s will also
be completed, when wo shall hats M3 Jj battalions of
Infantry, 331 squadrons of cavalry, 10SC field pieces, 73
con, pnu len of fortrose artillery, nine battalions of pto
netis, Ac. all ready for action. This Is tho largest army
ever P? ussia set on foot.
Tin. Italian journals are full of official orders respect
ing tie foimatlon of a squadron of guides, two bat
talions of riflemen, and twenty battalions of volunteers.
It ia annouueed that tho number of volunteera who have
preicnUd themselves for enrolment am ?unt to 93,000.
Tv? o hundred and fifty Italian volunteers arrived from
E(jl,l, and presented themselves (or enrolment at the
depots of Como and T?rese. Typhus Is said to have
broken out in tbo ItaUan army st the frontiers, and
troops are being forwarded every day to tho army of
tho Baud Fesch lora. Tho headquartera of tho army Is
awarming with soldiers. A train containing 100.000
bullets tor the Corpa of Claldlni bas been forwardod,
and orders have been given tor an Immediate supply of
COO, too pair of boots.
Tho latest dlspatchea look docldodly warlike. The
Vienna papeia regard the position of affaira very
threatening. An imperial ordinance was pnbUabed at
Ticuna on tho 6th, ordering thal ships of war belonging
to catloiiB in amity with Austria bo permitted to cast
anchor on the coast. Tho port? of Venice, Pola, Oaltaro
and the Island of Lissa au-? declared port! of war.
The Emperor of Austria was expected at Prague,
should war break out.
From Berlin it is stated that Count von Bismark and
several oi the high functionaries, aa well as tho Minister
ol War, will accompany toe King as soon as bia Majesty
. proceeds to headquarters.
The Italian Government was sala to be engaging, In
London, a team ora to carry troopB.
Tho London Times saya that daily and almost hourly
the chances of peace fade away. It believes that the
flrat ovents will occur in the Elbe Duchies, but that the
great meve of Austria will be au attempt to possess her
.elf or SlIoBia.
The DaUy News says that the appearances indicate
that a declaration of war, or a manifesto equivalent to
it, will proceed from Prussia.
- The Prussian Government bad iirocd a circular note
to the neutral xowera, charging Austria with a flagrant
breach of treaties by referring the Holstein question to
tho Diet. Prussia bas abo sent a protest to Austria, do
' daring that tbo measures announced by Austria in the
Diet violate the treaty of Gaation, and reatore the two
Powexa to tho position accorded hythe treaty of Vienna.
An Austrian oircular doolares that Austria will observe
tho Geetlen Convention until a definite settlement of
the question of the Ducbles Is effected. Her only o bj oat
in referring the matter to the Blot waa to effect such a
?Military preparations are reported from all quarters.
The Austrian commander has convoked the estates
of Holstein for the 11th of June, by order of the Em
The Saxon Chamber of Deputies had voted the credit
required by the Government and approved the projected
The London Times saya Silesia would almost aeem to
be the pi ixe of the conqueror in the comung campaign.
Here Prussia must defend herself, for thero la no one to
help her. The only aid must come from Rossis, and
the Czar ia now quite Indisposed to take up arms in her
behalf.C If Pruuia selsea Holstein, it la therefore not
unlikely i_at Austria will at once orora the frontier.
?An Inn erial decree suspenda tho laws for the protec
tion of personal liberty in Tenetia and other Southern
parts of Europe. Authority to do likewise, and ?atab
na-Imilltary courts, la given to the Oeneral command
ing the Army of the North.
Alter a long debate on the Reform Bill, Mr. Hayter'a
amendment In favor of a prstponement was withdrawn,
ana tne tun waa ultimately referred to the committee
witt ont division. The impression was abroad that the
measure would be wit h J ra mi, but the Government
gave no indication of such a step.
The london Tinea saya that theoritloal relations on
the continent have saved the British Ministry.
Peto, Betts ft Co. were to resume business In a few
In the London Money Market there is some expecta
tion of a redaction ol the bank rate next week.
The Situation in Buffalo-Kcnlaniam
[From the New York Herald, June 16.]
Bun-ALo, June 16.-General -*i cado has issued an
srd.r appointing General Barry to command the whole
frontier from Brie to Plattsburg, lie has ordered til
United States troops, except oue company, back to
their hhvion.v General Meade thinks no further trou
ble is to be apprehended in this quarter. He leaves here
so morrow for Miagan.
About two thousand Fenians left here last night for
their homes, mostly In tho Win*, and fiouthweat. Thero
are about t ur huudred Fenians left in town, but they
will get off H JOH.
The challenge of ?ho Fenian General Burns to Colonel
Lower-, the British commandant at Fort Erie, to fight
him with an equal number of men was a piece of ridicu
lous l orubaet. Tbo English officer who received It tore
tbo challenge up and threw it on the ground for his
Senators Mehan, Fitzgerald and Scanlon left for New
Toik this evening, accompanied by thirty leading ofll
cers of the I. R. A. General O'Neil relused to sanction
the action of General Barns In Boi.ding the challenge 'to
Mr. Hlni-s has been discharged by the United States
Oommlaaion? r to-day. The city in now free irom Fe
MazziNi on TUB IMPINDI o WXB.-Mazzlnl, in an
article in the Genoa DoYere, saya: "The ?var for the
?mandi allon of Venice was thus far a duty; now it was
a neceeaity. If, after the dreds, preparatives, and decla
rations of this moment, Italy wero lo recede from the
undertaking, ehe would reveal herself to Europe ata
nothing better ti-au a thing without nation'1 life what
soever-a mere tool for foreign Interests snd designs to
play with. She would be dlacndled for a long aeries
of years In the opinion of the world; she would have to
lace a new deficit, added to the old one; she would de
prive hu BJ my of all sense of dignity and aolf-relianoe ;
ahe would provide potent arms for the banda of reac
tionary factions; she would open the gates to anarchy
In morals, or to a feeling of skepticism, or to that ob
jection wblcb is worse than anarchy. So, then, let the
voice of the o untry be heard from end to end, and let
that voice be one simultaneous cry ol war.
* * m a m
.To the Republicans, who, from tbs rude lessons of
the past, would deduce an excuse for Inactivity, I, a
Be publican, too, say this : 'You, O my brethren, havo
always taught till now, as I have, that In order to
attain, whenever that tine may be, to republican free
dom, it ia neceasary to desaire it Deaerve It then.
Avail ycmaelvea of whatever opportunity there may
turn np for the liberation of such among your country
Ben aa are ?till kept groaning in foreign yoke. Onoa
suited yon will march on, through tho propagation of
truth by your apoalleahlp, to coaquer our Ideal. But
do not turn tbia ideal Into a' condition of that help
Which a sacred duty bids you to give. Would you have
warned Joan of AJO not to drive the Engllah out ol
F?ame? Would you bave told the Spaniards of 1808
not to ? pel the French Invasion tinco France was a
monarchy-corrupt and Inept, and because the majority
S ,b? nlin,ar.d.B w.*ra not riP? ior '?Publican iSatltu
tiona? Tho national question 1B sinned against by who
.?eyer neglfcta to resolve It. The question of internal
pol?tica can bo but on error, and nothing more. Yoe
wiUntver overccmo that error if yon don't first clean
your banda ot that ein.' "
Lieutenant-General J. B. LoNosTBisr, being serenad
.d recently in Nachltoches, replied ai follows :
"Gentlemen-I have no platform upon wbioh to ad
drees yon. If I approach Mr. Johnion, I am called I
traitor; If towards the Radicals, I am called a Itobol
Sberoforo I must bo content to remain on the renee,
thank yon, gentlemen, for your aweet muslo, and you
Mr. Orator, for the distinguished compliment you hav?
?aid me, and the names of thoso noble patriots wb<
have fallen for their country. We will ovor ohorlal
their memory with honor and pride.
I am, gentlemen, but an humble citizen, in fact, onl
o prisoner of war on parole, and mnit be content wltl
atuy looking on the changes that are now taking place li
our land, and my volco most restrain Itself until suol
time aa When we will once more enjoy those rights am
pnviltjgns aa of yore. Again, gentlemen, allow me t
thank yon for tho honor you have paid me, which
assura you is duly appreciated."
- f\ ORATES OROOEEEY, EAOH CRATE A830RTED
.">V/ expressly to suit retail trade; lau di , ex bark
Bockwood, from Liverpool, aud for salo by
COHEN, HANOKEL A CO.,
No. 40 East Bay,
Juno al 2 Cornor Boyco'B Wharf.
*-_/___ SACKS 8ALT REMA1N1NO OF LOT RE
__Uvr OEIVEUpor Amelia. For ?alo by
June 21 1 JOHN HANOKEL, No. 48 East Bay.
e/~_/-\f\ BC8HEL8 HEAVY WESTERN OAT8,
DVjyJVJ lo arrivo per schooner "Wide World,
yor sale by T. J. KERB A 00.,
Juno 21 3 Korr's Wharf.
BALE8 PRIME NORTH RIVER HAT.
For salo in lots to suit, by
T. J. KERR A CO.
mr __/~v BOXES ARMY DREAD. FOR 8ALE BY
O -J _l T. J. KERR k CO.
Juno 21 2
r_/_ OASES. PINTS. IN STONE JUGS. DIRECT
?DU from tho Erowery of Robert Knox k Sons, just
received ox Rockwood, and for salo by
WM. O. BEE k CO.,
Corner Vanderhorat's Wharf and East Bay.
June 21 ths"i4
PRIME NEW CROP MUSCO
OR SALE LOW FROM THE WHARF.
JOSEPH H. RISLEY,
No. 110 East Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
SUPERIOR MUSCOVADO MO
L.ASS-S, -t-CtUAL. TO PORTO RICO,
10B BALE LOW FROM THE WHARF. BY
JOSEPH H. RISLEY,
No 110 East Bay, oornar Accommodation Wharf.
HAMS, STRIPS & SHOULDERS.
Q_ "i_~\ PALMETTO SUGAR-CUBED HAMS
?J _/ -I 260 Duffield Sugar-cured Hams
350 Now York Bngar-oured Strips
400 Now York Sugar-cured Shoulders.
Landing por steamer and for sale by
June 21 I._LAURE.Y k ALEXANDER.
BBLS. EXTRA SUPERFINE AND MIDDLING
FLOOR. For aale by
JNO. CAMP8EN k CO ,
No. 14 Market- treat,
June 21 2 Opposite Stat, street.
1 _>____ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, LAND
_,__ vU INO on Brown's Wharf.
ALSO, IK a TO HE,
Q'OO buahels primo WHITE CORN
."COO buBhola Mixed Corn
1000 bushels Yellow Oom
1000 bushels Prime Oats. For sala by
JNO. OAMPSBN k CO.,
No. 14 Market-street,
Juna 21 2 Opposite State-street.
A/~\f\j~\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN
_: -/ LI _/ landing from steamer Adele, at Brown's
Wharf, and for sale by
STREET BBOTHERS k CO.,
No. 74 Eaat Bay.
IN -TOB- :
25 hhds. CHOICE BACON SIDES
26 hhda. Choleo Bacon Shoulders
16 tierces Ohoioo Hams
60 caaes Champagne Cider
16 barrel? Cuba Molasses
100 boxes Fay Brothers' Soap
25 barrels Rye and Rectified Whiskey.
June IB tuth_
6_)f\f\f\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE PROVISION
?___/_/_/ CORN per steamer Knight, for Bale low
by JOHN S. BIRD, JB. k CO.,
Juno 21 2 Corner Ohurch and Tradd street?.
<___AA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN. FOB
D\J\J\J Bale by T. J. KERR k CO.,
Jane 20_2_Korr's Wharf.
1000 BUSHELS CORN.
I r\r_/~\ BUSHELS MIXED CORN, .OR BALE
I-I_l_/ low by O.D.OWENS,
East Bay street, In rear of Old Postofflce.
fnne 10 _th_
LORIDA LEAF TOBACCO, FOR SALE LOW AT
NO. 1 STATE-STR-IT.
Jane 20 , 6?
EASTERN HAY! EASTERN HAT!
PEDOS BEDER-PRE8?ED EASTERN HAY, ALL
under deck, cargo of Bark Addie Decker, for sale oy
GEORGE A. LOOKE k 00.,
June 20 a East Bay.
CORN. HAY, AND FLOUR.
Q__/-?f_ BU8HBLRPRIME WHITE P-OV?RTON
0-?*- O' CORN
- 1000 bales North River Timothy Hay
100 bales Beater Pressed Timothy Hay
60 bbla. Super and Fine Flour.
For sale low by WEST & JONE8,
June 20_a_ No. 76 East Bay.
WHITE PINE LUMBER.
lO.OOO SB. * l* '*m 2 ra0HBa
200 barrels Cement, landing from Schooner J. 3.
__80, IN -TOBE,
HICKORY, ASH AND WHITE WOOD,
For sale by OLNEY k 00..
June20 2_Nos. 0 aad It Vendue Bange.
FRESH GROUND FLOUR.
. %r\C\ BBL8. OF FRESH GROUND SUPERFINE
___/_/ AND EXTRA FLOUR
25 tubs Superior Lard.
Landing per Gteainer Flambeau, and for Bale by
HENRY COB1A 4: CO.,
Jnno 19_8_Ven duo Range.
CHOICE PORTO RICO SUGAR.
..).) HHDS. OF VERY 0HOI0E PORTO RICO
60 bbla. Oholoe Molasaes.
Landing per steamer Flambeau, and for sale by
HENRY COBIA k CO.,
jane 19_8_ Vendue Bange.
SIDES. SHOULDERS _ HAMS.
I f\r\ HUBS. OF CHOICE SIDES AND 8HOUL
60 ttercea of oholoe Sugar-cured Hams
35 tiarcea of good Hams.
Landing per ateamer and for aale by
Jone 19 tnthaS HENRY COBIA k 00.
SHELL LIME FOR SALE.
9 _A__ BUSHELS SUPERIOR SHELL LIME
?-_>-/_/ for sale, at the Charleston Gas Works,
foot of Charlotto-str-ot. _ Jane l8
CORN AND OATS.
0/_-___ BUSHELS PRIME PROVISION CORN,
_y VJ \J \J to arrive per ateamer.
1200 bushels HEAVY VIRGINIA OATS
600 bnshels Mixed Corn
8000 lbs. primo Virginia Hams, Sldea and Shoulders.
For salo by ISAAC E. HERTZ k CO.,
No. 201 East Bay, corner of Cumberland-street,
?lune l8 4
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO., j
No. ?01 BAST BAT,
OHASIiBBTON, _._ O-,
HAVE OOMBINED THE SHIP BROKERAGE WITH
their GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
?fa now prepared to procuro FREIGHTS and CHAR
TERS. Masters of v?asele having no direct Oon_Ign.es
o*o *lao obtain Freights or. Charlara by applying aa
GEO. A. HOPLEY A CO.
MOTi'-T, HUOHBT el CO
WM. P. HALL.
KORD-OAI A CO.
RAVENEL * 00.
MARSHALL, BEACH A 00.
WILLIS A CBI80LM.
1-OK r>IIII?A?UF.LI'IIIA- TIIK KINK
Schooner R. II. SHANNON, Marts. Mastor,
?having nearly all bor c.irgo engagod, will sall in
?a fow days. For balance rf Freight apply to
U. F. BAKER A CO.,
Juue 19 No. 20 Cumberland utreet.
VESSELS WANTKD TO LOAD
.v^for Philadelphia, Portland and Boston. High
est rates paid, and dispatch glvon. Apply to
? STREET BROS k CO.,
Juno 10 No. 74 East Bay.
V KISS KI, S WANTED, TO LOAD
for Baltlnioro, Philadelphia, New York, Bos
ton, St. John. Matanzas, Havana, Bagua la
Grande, Barbadocs, Martinlquo, Demorara,
Trinidad, Ric Platto and other points.
Also wanted to Ohartor, VESSELS out and homo to
various Weet India ports. J. H. RISLEY,
No. 110 Eaat Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
AND SAVANNAH, GA.
THE NEW, ELEGANT, AND FAST SAILING
CAPT. L. M. C0XETTER,
WILL LEAVE ADGER'S WHARF EVERY SATUR
DAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock, for Savannah,
Fernandlna, Jacksonville, Palatka, and all the Interme
diate landings on tho St John's Rivor, arriving at Pa
latka gun ay ovoning.
Will*]eave Jacksonville evory Tuesday Morning, Foruan
dina tho aame day, and Savannah every Wednesday
Morning, at (0) o'clock, arriving at Charleston tho same
Freight received daily at the Agency on Brown's
Wharf, and stored free of oxtra charge. Frolght wlU be
received at her dock on Adger'a Vf barf all day Friday.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or at the of
fice on Brown's Wharf.
L. M. OOXETTBR, Agent
?99- Country papers advertising tho steamer will
pleaae copy._June 30
THF. SPLENDID SEA-GOING STEAMER
CAPTAIN GEORGE H. BEAUFORT,
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE ON THURSDAY NIGHT,
21B t inst, at 10 o'clock.
For Freight or paasage, apply on board, at Southern
Wharf, or to H. L. P. MoOORMIOK.
FOB GEORGETOWN, S. G.
CAPT. THOR R. PAYNE,
TT7TLL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
TV Wednesday Morning, at 6 o'clock. Returning,
will leave Georgetown every Thursday Morning, at 11
Freight received the day before sailing.
For Freight or passage, apply to
FERGUSON k HOLMES,
N. B.- Freight (prepaid) will be taken for Conway
boro' and Oheraw, to be transferred at Georgetown to
steamers Little Ada and R. K. Bell. June 4
FOB SAVANNAH, via BEAU
FORT, 8. C.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
THE VEUX FAST
CAPTAIN THOS. B. PAYNE,
(Temporarily taking the place of Steamer F ANN IE,)
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Friday Morning, at 8 o'clock. Returning, will
leave Savannah every Monday Morning.
For Froight or passage, apply to
FERGUSON A HOLMES,
June 1 _Uno_ Accommodation Wbarf.
HABITAN AND DELAWARE: BAV HAIL
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO LONG BRANCH-THE
wholo distance by rall-no change of cars-no trav
elling by Stage. On and after Friday, June 1st, 1866,
the traine on this Road will leave the Depot of Camden
and Atlantlo Railroad Company, at Cooper's Point, Cam
den, as follows, viz: 0.30 A. M , Expresa Train for Long
Branch and New fork and intermediate Stations; 3.80
A. ?I., Mall and Express for New York.
Returning, Trains leave Pier 32, foot of Duene-street,
North Elver, via Steamboat Jesse Hoyt; at 11 A. M., Ex
press Train for Long Branch, Camden and lr termedlate
Stations; and . P. M. for all Stallone on tho Road.
Fare to and from New York or Long Bran?, b, $9.
Excursion Tickets to LongBranoh from Cunden, $'.
June l8 3mo WM. N. CLAYTON, Sup't.
OF THE FIRST QUALITY "OLD DOMINION
BRAND," ?MU always be had at lowest market
price, in any quantity, of B. ti. RHETT b SON,
June 19 1 thmlmo No. 2 Exchange-etreet
PARTIES ENGAGED IN CUTTING TIMDER, OR
THE MANUFACTURE OF LUMBER, 8TAVEr?
OR SHINGLES, wBl do well to call en the anbsoriber
who having been for many years engaged In the manu
facture and shipment of Lumber and Timber, is well
posted as to the wanta and prices of different markets
and can always furnish the lal* st market reports from
Europe, Sonth America, Weat Indies, British Provinces,
and Northern CHI'S, and will furnish specifications
suited to ?llflorcnt markets, and attend to the charter
lng of vessels, or giro any information or assistance
that tray be desired. JOS. H. RISLEY,
No. 110 Eaat Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf,
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FARE REDUCED TO $35.
Lea vin s nu- Port ercry Alt? inatoTliarHday.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
0__. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
OAST. C. P. M__m__.
mHESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUO?
X MENT TO 8HIPPEE8 AND TBE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior aocommodatlona for Paaaeu
gere, with tables supplied by every lnxnry the New York
and Charleston markota can -Hurd ; and, tor safety, speed
_d comfort, are nnrlvaUed on the coast,
THE NEW BTEAMSHIP
EMILY B. SOUDER,
OAPT. B. W. LOO K.WOOD,
fir ILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
VV FRIDAY, June 22, at 1 o'clock P. M.
Liberal advaucoa mado on conBlgnmente to Now
For Freight or Paaugo, apply at the o fuco of the
Agents. WILLIS k OHISOLM,
North A ti an H o Wharf.
Gon.lgneca in Now York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOX
A CO._Jnne 21
FOR NEW YORK.
THE SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL ETEAMSHIP
OAPT. WILLIAM H. WEST,
WILL LEAVE ABGBB'S SOUTH WHARF ON BAT
URDAY, 23d June, 18-3, at 2 o'clock precisely.
For Freight or Passage, having superior accommoda
tions, apply to RAVENEL A CO.,
Comer East Bay and Vanderhorst's Wharf.
FOE NEW 70BK.
THE REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL LI NI
OF FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS,
aVAKEll CITY I SARAGOSSA,
ANDALUSIA. 1 GRANADA,
THE 8IDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP
TTf?LL LEAVE ON SATURDAY. 28D INSTANT,
YY at 2 o'clock P. M.
No berth aoourod until paid for.
No Freight received unless eDgaged at onr office.
No Fitr.KiiiT received after 11 o'clock on Saturday.
Freight and Wharfage on perishable articles mnsl be
paid at our office. _
June l8 RAVENEL A CO.. Agenta.
PASSAGE REDUCE!) !
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR FRO]
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEBE.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
BaBing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to an.
from New York.
Great Reduction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOB ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain an.
Ireland, at the very Lowest Rates.
Passengers, on arrival in New York, will have theil
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed or
For Passage, Ac, apply to P. SHEAHAN, No. 321
Weat street, New York, or
M. M. QUINN A BROTHER,
Na 837 KIMO 8T___X, O-______ ti. <-,
And No. 187 Broad street, opposite Monument street,
Aturnata. G. A. lvr February 'ii
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
CARRYING THE IL S. MAIL,
Through in Twenty-two Days.
Er-XA-fBHTPS OH T___ Oomnornra OH THE PiOITl
ATX-umo, WITH nut
NSW YORK.GOLDEN 01TY
NORTHERN LIGHT..GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, Ac, Ac.
ONB OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID
Steamships will loare Pier No. ?a North River, foot
of Canal-street, at ia o'clock, noon, on the 1st, nth and
aiat of every month (except when those dates fall on
Sunday, and than on the preceding Saturday), for A8PI-.
WALL, connecting via Panama Railway with one of the
Company's Steamahlpa from Panama for SAN FRAN
CISCO, touching at ACAPULOO. ..
-t_part_rea of let and aiat oonneot at Panama witb
steamers for SOUTH PAOIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Those of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
Adiaoonntof ONE-QUARTER from ateamara' rat
allowed to second cabin and steerage paaaengtra with
famille-. Also, an allowance of ONE-QUAJITER on
through ratea to olergymen and their families, and
aohooi teachers; aoldlera having honorable discharges,
One hundred poonda baggage allowed to each adult
Baggage-maatera accompany baggage through and at
tend to ladies and children without male protectors.
Baggage received on the dock the day before sailing,
from steamboats, railroads, and passengers who prefei
to send down early.
An experienced Bargoon on board. Medicino and at
For Passage Tlokots, or farther Information, apply al
the Company'?. Ticket Offloe, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
JANAL-BTREBT, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
April a 8moa 8. K. HOLMAN, Agent
C S. JENKINS
HAVING BEE? REAPPOINTED MEASURER AND
INSPECTOR OF TIMBEB AND LUMBER, would
reapectfully Inform hla old patrons and all others con
nected with tit? business, that ha ______ found for the
preaent at the offlc. of STEIN MEYER A SON,
Juno 7 lmo* Wost end Deanfaln-Btre?
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS'
No. 238 King-street
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS,
Ho. 238 KING-STREET,
FOURTH DOOR AROVE MAREET-ST,
Charleston. S. C.
?:> F?.*''^I;. 1 8' W* WILSON. f P. B. WILSON.
O?oml?ttolate Graduate o?
O. 8. Nitre and 1 J PhUa. College
Mining Bu-f i of Pharmacy/*
roan- Chemist te lato
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The Proprietors are Native Georgians.
CAMPHOR, CASTOR OIL,
BALSAM FIR. COD LIVER OIL,
BALSAM COPAIBA E88ENTIAL OILS,
?ALUM, SUP. CARB. SODA,
BORAX, SULPHURIC ACID,
EPSOM SALTS, TABTARIO AGED,
GLAUBER SALTS, CREAM TARTAR,
BLUESTONE, CONCENTRATED LYR.
8AL SODA, SILICATE OF SODA.
TURPENTINE, ?ko., ex.
FLINT AND GREEN GLASS,
ALL SORTS ?AND S
FLUID EXTRACTS, ETHERS,
TINCTURES, SUGAR COATED PILLS, ot
Any Preparations made to order.
_N"o. 238 King-street.
HEOEMAN'S COD LIVER OIL,
HEGEMAN'S ELIXIR OF BARE,
HEGEMAN'S PR EPAKATION 8 IN FULL,
WORM LOZENGES, Hurley'a and HaUoway*-,
AC1UE CURES AND AOCE TONICS,
BROWN'S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER,
BROWN'S TROCHES FOR COUGHS,
PELLS-Hooper's, Clark's, Wright'a, Ayer's,
WIN8LOWS SOOTHING BYROP, ko., ?ko.
?AU other moat popular and reliable.
OLD BROWN WINDSOR, GENUINE LOW'S, I
atylca, large assortment,
LAUNDRY SOAP, ENGLISH BAH; cheaper than
No. 238 KING-S'
No. ?38 ___ba?-.