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I ' he Daily News.
MONDAY MORNINQ, JULY 9. 18CC.
A Convermttlon -?villa Count Uiimurk.
Tho Paris Si?cle pi ?uta a eauvuraatiou bolwcon
Biatnarh and a distinguiikod Fronoh?an who
vHtod.tho Count in Borlin lately, aud frankly cx
pntMCtl hit) opinion about tho part playod by tho
Io'kIit of l'rueeia. Tho Si?cle appoara to boliovo
iu tho genuineness of tho dialogue, which bas a
significance of its own in any caso. Bismark
reported to bavo aaid, "L know vory well that I
run ?m unpopular iu Franco as [ am in Qormany.
1 .t;u uvory whoro ruado roaponsible for a situation
which I did not croate, but which waa proseed
up ii tue aa it waa upon overs body. I am tho
a?.- '[??.oat of public opinion, but I don't much
c -. I atrivo with a good conacionoo after an
o> jot which I consider useful for both Prussia
"Aa regarda tho mcana. I have omployod suoh ab
oflerod themselves, faute de mieux. Thoro is a
gond deal to bo said about the intornal situation
of Prussia. To bo able to judge of this impar
tially it is nflcoBsary tokuow ana study thorough
ly the pocaliur charactor of the inhabitants of
that country. While Franco and Italy form groat
social communitioB, animated by tho samo spirit
and the samo aontimenta, in Qormany iudividual
?biti predominates. Every one lives for himai'lf
with wifo aud children iu hia small cornor, ohor
ishiog a thoory of his own, always auspicio?1 of
his Government and his neighbors, and always
judging hy his own and not by tho general view.
Tho sentiment of individualism, and the dosiro to
contradict, aro developed in Germany to an in
orodib o extent. No Government will over bo
popular iu Prussia, wbatover it may do. Tho
groat majority will always oppose Tho faot of its
being tlio Government, aud acting authoritatively
-toward the individual, brings it into bad roputo
with the iii-idc-t-ate party, and still moro with tho
advanced section. Neither tho liboral nor tbo
reactionary ministries have found favor vrith our
On being askod whether he did think that tho
general diaqatisfaotion might produc? a revolu
tion, Bismark replied: "Tho Government does
not think that any revolution is to be expected,
and it does not fear it. Onr revolutionists are
not ho vory formidable. Their hatred finds vont
in a number of bad names given to tho Minister,
but they respect tho King. I am tho guilty party
from beginning to ?=nd, as it is I alono against
whom they rave. With a little more impartiality
they would boo, perhaps, that I did not aot differ
ently bec.anao it was impossible to act otherwise.
Iu tho preaeut position of Prussia in Gormany,
aud especially considering Austria, we wanted
above all things an army. That is the only power
in Prussia which can be disciplined. A Prussian
who would get bin arm smashed at a barricade
wonld come home rather depressed, and get well
scolded by bis wife. In the army, however, ho is
a magnifioent soldier who fights like a lion tor tho
honor of his country.
"Sixteen years ago I lived quietly as a country
gontleraan whon the will of the Kiog (tho lato)
called me to Frankfort as Miuister to tue Dijt. I
had been brought up in tho admiration, I might
say veneration, of the Austrian policy. But it did
not tain mo long to got thoroughly disabused of
my youthful illusions about Austria, and I be
-oiuui? its firm antagonist. I did not know that I
wag cvor to play a part; but at that time already
I cnueoivpd tho plan which I now try to carry ont,
viz : to free Germany from the Austrian pressure
?that part of it at least which, by spirit, roligion,
m.timers and iutorest, is closely allied with the
into of Prussia .... To reach this goal I shall
defy everything?oven exile and the gallows. I
onto told tho Crown Prinoe, who by education and
tcudoneies is more the man of parliamentary gov
ernment, 'What matters if thoy hang me, if only
thai ?o:ie Mob your throne more firmly to the for
tu-.. .s o? pure Germany?'"
-? ? a
Tine Coolie Trade.
Although the United States Government, and
also, we believe, the Governments of France and
England, have prohibited vessels carrying their
respective flags engaged in the Coolie traffic, it is
still carried on under Portuguoso colors, and is
attonded with all the horrors of the African elavo
trade The principal party engaged in tho nefa
rious business is a company organized under tho
Peruvian law, and bearing the name of "Com
pa??a ?farUtmi del Peru, who have five ships,
purchased iu San Francisco, which are fitted out
at tho wharves of that city. The Alta California
giren sums interesting facts in roferenco to tho
inn.nor of obtaining the "volunteers." The only
Asi : i port at which vos?ela can openly load with
biic'.i a cargo is Macao, belonging to Portugal, the
I???.? of China not permitting Coolies to bo export
ed as chattels.
They aro obtained at S!? !i ;hao and Canton, and
aa thoy cannot bo indu??.', t ?embark voluntarily,
aa in former years, they are obtained by forco
and fraud. In the former oaso, an armed vessel
will run down alongside the Chinese fishing boats
which frequent tho coast and call the fishermen
on board, undor the protonco of buying fish, and,
once there, they are overpowered and tied, and
the vest of tli?.? crew in the boats quickly over
come; tho boats tben being scuttled and sunk,
aud their disappear.!!ice attributed to pirates, said
to abound on the coast. Whon obtained by fraudu
lent moms, the Cninaman's well-known weakness
for gambling is appealed to. Largo hulks aro
moovod in tho harbors of 8hanghao and Canton
and til tod up as gambling places; runners fre
quent tbo cities to iuvcigh tho poor and uuomploy?
od of the lower classes ou board, and ones thoro,
they aro easily induced, by the loan of small sum-*,
to gamble away their liberty?that is, hiro as a
Coolie. In this m muer a cargo is soon ol'ojto 1
aud sent to Macao, whero they aro transferred to
burr moons, guarded by Portuguese soldiers, tho
outsido of which thoy never seo uutil they leave
the port, H Mr?! they are Induced, through oilers
of moro money, to t-ign arti-loa of agreement for
four, nix or mbroyears' service, at four dollars per
month, tho money already advanced, passago,
etc., to bo deducted from the amount?the pas
sion for gambling making the dupe reckless
as to tho consequences. IIo is furnished with
small sums with which to play, or purchase opium
whit h is kept for salo in tbo barrac?nos, and is
thus kopt quiot until the vessol is ready to rocoivo
him aud hundreds of others. Whon a cargo is
mudo np, the Commissioner of Port comes to
aBcc-rtain if all is right, and tho docutnonls
being all "square," the ship ia allowed to
depart. Sometimes the poor wretches, when tbey
have comprehended the horror of tboir eituati?n,
rise on their captors .and the crow ia either mur
dered or compelled to land thorn at some point
on the coast; but generally the shippers, know
ing tb? ir business, have put in the cargo mudo up
from districts hostile to each other, aud between
whom there can bo no mutusl confidence, and thus
any plan for escape iu generally betrayed by one
fiar t y or tho other. Only a small number are. sl
owed on deck at a time, and, if a rising is attempt
ed, a judicious discharge of firearms down the
hatchways soon astiles the difficulty. The vessel
steers for Callao, Havana or tbo Chincha Islands,
and on her arrival, those who have not gone to the
bottom th roux h tho ravages of diaosso contracted
in the noicome hold, or suicide, >?ro in a marketa
ble cm.dition. '1 hey are worth $350 per hoad on
an average, and are soin disposed of to tho sugar
plant?is. Ont of i ho $4 per month one dollar is de
ducted monthly, aud tho rejt is spent for opium, in
gambling, or for whalover purpose tho coolie
chooses. Ho runs in debt to tho planter for
?rticos of fu bul ?us price*, whioh must be pnid for
iu lab'jr aflor his timo of service has expired, il
win u out ? ml useless when his time is up, hois
hllownd to go freely, and starve?, having no meam
to c irry him back to hia native land ; but if in
good condition, ho is by threats compollod to ie
main and end hia life in elavory aud despair.
Ti.t-ro ia r,o Chinese Consul for him to appu?J to,
and his condition is hopolesa. Huch is tl.j Coolie
traffic na now CRrriod on, nnd whi.'b the Austrian
usurporiu Mexico has anuouncod io his procla,
m at ion fur tho "protection of organized immigra
tion and enforcement of contracte for labor," is tc
bo engrafted upon tho institutions of th it country
and it rtmains to Lo stcn if th eo lutious whlcl
combined for tho overthrow of tho odious Africur
slave trade will use their inlliieuco in behairo
these npprcsai-il and downtrodden Children of tin
8nu. ? horion P>*t. , . \/?
The. Union citizens of Memphis have lakei
?topa for "a proper celfbrivion of tho Fourth o
July. Tue citizens of Helena, Ark., have als
ma e arrangement?, for the obaorvance of th
VA II 10 CS ITKMS.
Speaking of Fornoy an o_chango Baya, "le-1 M"*
slaugl-tured fowl roat in poaoc."
7?l*ornoy and Dana aro burioil in ono grave. Thoy
put their utvtnca to bad pupor.
Orinneira friends ncodu't brag over h?b situa
tiou, for ho !'cknowlod|*08 tliathoboarB tho murk?
8ir Morton Poto'a Bristol coustituouta stand by
him. Thoy aro probably largo creditors.
Seven ico-houB08 woro burned in St. Louis dur
ing tho rocont hot weather.
Twonty Intorior Dopartmont dorks have notice
to quit August 1.
Ccor-zo Poabody baa roceivod tho honorary do
groo of LL. D. from Columbia Cotlogo, Washing
ton, D. C.
Cattlo di8caB0 has broken out among the buffa
loes on the Red Rivor plains.
England oniploya iron to the ox tent o? 160 lbs.
per head of population; Amorica 130 lbs. por head.
gomo ?fronohmon aro cudoavoring to havo capi
tal punishment aboliahod in that country.
It ia said tho Emperor of Brazil is particularly
partial to Americana.
A turtle has boen caught in Australia aovon feet
In length and woigbing 700 lbs.
Thore are 150,000 Tyroloso in the Austrian army,
who can shoot straight to tho bull's eye.
An Ohioan, Ambrose B. Butts, lifted a dead
weight of 2737$ Iba.
Mrs. Wm. Ray (colored) made an unsuccessful
attempt to drown herself in Hartford. Unrequit
Quilp aaya if the Bankrupt Law had been for
the bonetlt of citizens of Arrioan descent it would
have passod Oongroas long ago.
Dr. Wood informs us that tho famous horse
Ethan Allen ia not dead, bat in prime ordor. Hia
health never was better.
Senator Wilaon aaya the earth was lifted a thou
sand leaguoa nearer Heaven when slavery was
abolished. It ia a pity he didn't ride with it.
A house, burnod lately ia Augusta, Mo., was tho
headquartera of Bonodiot Arnold when on hia
Ex-Preaident Fillmoro ia to deliver an addroae
on behalf of America on tho occasion of the
World's Exhibition in Paria.
A Nashville correspondent, apoakinc* of tho now
Episcopal Biahop of Tenneaaeo, Baya 'hia geniali
ty would charm tho very birda off the bush ob."
An earthquake in Bridgeport, Pa., last weok,
shook out tho gable end of a house, frightened the
inmates, but hurt no one.
Thore are sixty-two tobaooo manufacturing es
tablishments in St. Louis, with two and a half
millions of capital.
Norway has an "oyster plague." The oyster*)
in that oountry have suddenly possessed them
aelvca of an epidemic and become fatal to hu
An early visitor at Saratoga saya that thus far
conservatism rules in politics, high church in re
ligion, and tho all-firodoBt frizzleization in
The Marquis of Lorn, excepting the royal fami
ly, the "drat young man in England," ia on a visit
to this oountry.
Tho Now York Timoa admits that "the Union
party ia not united. The preaout condition of the
party exhibits strong and dangoroua diaaenaiona
rather than harmony."
Colonel Olodoaki, formerly of the United States
Ordnance Dopartmont, and afterwards chief of
tho same br&noh of service under Bragg and Beau*
regard, ia working aa an engineer iu Moxico, at
HO a month.
A prominent Mexican Liberal general is aaid to
have formerly boeu a Louisiana Supremo Court
Judge, who got into aomo tronido aud "skedad
dled1' to tho land of theAzteoa.
A negro in King William county, Va., killed a
black snake eight feet long, whose stomach con
tained a young rabbit, five partridge eggs,' two
froga, two hen'a egga, a lizzard, ana a small
Gilder Weazol, an Alabama negro, was arrested
for choking his wife, and the forgiving partner of
Gilder 'a boaom at torn plod to oxculpate the Weasel
by saying, "Dat'a do w?y wo playa."
Mra. Mary Ann Lynch, of Binghampton, N. Y.,
took a doae of morphine "to prevent her head
from aching," wbioh placed her beyond the reach
of her drunken, orool husband.
A Western paper atrikea the names of two sub
scribers from its list because^ the*/ were recently
hnng. The publishor says he waa compelled to be
aevere, because he did not know thoir preaent ad
An English paper rolatea that Rev. Paul Hamil
ton, a Scottish clergyman, preached a farewell
sermon to tho ladiea of Ayr, ard, not a littlo to
the surprise of his fair auditory, gave out his
text?"And they fell upon Paul's nook, and kissed
A couple rocontly stopped At the American
Hotol, in Washington, on their way to Baltimore
to bo married. Whilo there they woro arrostod
for robbery, stolen proporty from the room of a
regular boarder having boen disoovorod in tho
pockets of tho mUe, whilo a common blue veil,
-belonging to tho same party, was diacnorod on
tho hat of the lady. Thoy woro taken to the look
up in great distress, whoro thoy woro not long de
tained, whon rt'Hituor person, who had been ar
rested on suspicion, confessed having atol?n tho
tbinga and deposited thorn onjthe peraous of the
The Silt Lnko Newa sava of the Mir mon wo
men, **by thoir fruits ah ?It they be known." Then
thoy will bo pretty well kn *wn, for their fruits aro
bountiful. A correspondent of the News, writing
from Summit county, laments that "aomo of the
Sain ta get tight." One of the Elders declares
that "thore aro traita of character and manifesta
tions of disposition exhibited by the Latter-day
HUints which are not tob* f.m ml ole? whoro Among
men." Olad thoy are to be found among no
other men. Tho Saints are building a churoh at
tho Sandwich Islands and giving concerts in Lon
don. President 11. Young, Jr., has chartered two
large ships to oonvey M?mon emigrants to New
York, on they way to Salt Lake. A mau lately ar
rived at Salt Lake who bad walked all the wav
from New York. They had green peas at Salt
Ltko May ill. The building of tho Temple ia
A Fat Dividend.?The Taunton (Mass.) Oil
Cloth Company?one of tboao suffering institu
tions whieh neod more Government protection?
have made another annual dividend of 150 per
cent. This ia the fourth dividend of SO per cent.,
and the Oazetto aaya a handaomo surplus romain?)
after its payment. The Tribune must be delight
ed at such evidences of prosperity. Hero is an
other case: The American Wood Screw Company,
or Providence, 11. I, has a capital or $1,000,000,
and from tho nett profita of its buBiuoss divided
among its stockholders $1,000,000 in 18G4, and
$1,200,000 in 1805. This oompany bas a monopoly
of the manufacture of aorews, and ia now, ana
alwftYB has boen, one of the most clamorous ad
vocates of protection.
Cikcinatti July a.?Flour and ?host dull and with
out change iu price?. Corn lu good d mand aid prloes
higher; mixed in elovator64 and In sacks 7ft; white is
scarce, and wante-d at 70 in elevator. Oats null, 40 to
46. l*yo tlu'i and prices lower. Choos-e 10. Whiskey
uiicli-itiRi-il, 27 in bond. Mesa pork hold at $33, with
small sales. Bulk oat s tending upward. Bacon held
i firmly at Irt*?' to 17 for shanldors, 19 _ for side? and 33
i for clear ?U*s. Lard dull and prl.-e-s nomnt.l f_-*gi
. declined to lBtgil . Boiler dull, 13 to 26. Flax seed
. anvanced to 61 cents and in demand. did 16l>, to
St. Louis. July f> ?Cotton nominal at 31 to 31 cents.
' Flour as -oftOo lower; $7 M to 8 76 for si up-o X and
' $10 to 19 fer i-o-iblu X; Uncy brands firm. Wheat flat;
J $1 80 to 1 03 for club. $2 is for ?triotly prime old, and
' $1 45 to 3 63 for choice new. Cora brisk at 66 to 82o
a Oats ' uorsnt at 40 to i*e. Pork ?inlet* at 82'. cents,
Bacon?shoulder*, lC.';o. Liri Armor; 21>_ to 23X0loi
Loais-ax*. July 6?7*>i P. H -?Sales 164 hhds lei'
. tobotvo at full rates. Floor dull at $7 76 for superan.?
* $9 76 for extra; and 'ami y brands $11 to 13 80. Men
*-* pork $33 95. Bicon r.hOuKer* 17 cent?, clear sides 2.
e cents Lard dull at 32 ceo to. Mixed corn beef 73o
I Choice oa s 60x Pilme new whiskey $9 96.
JFOR I.I V Kit ron I._TUB Al
Amorlcnn Bhlp PRESIDENT Fli.MOltE, B
Luco Master, l ?now loading at North Atlantic
Wharf, end having a -portion of hor cargo en
gagod, will meot with dispatch for tho abovo port.
For Frolght engagements, apply to
WILLIB k OHISOLM,
Juno 18 mwf North Atlautli*. tYliart.
POK NK1V YOKH-MBHCH-VNTS'
UNE.?The fast sailing packet schooner WIDE
WOULD, C. E. Hlldrctu, Master, having alargo
portion of Uor cargo engaged, will meot with
For balance of ongagemunts, apply to
Cornor East Bay and Adgor's South Wharf.
CAHUUKH IlKADV, ANO VKs.
SELS wanted to load for Baltimore Philadel
phia, New York, Now Bedfird, Boston, Ht.
John. N. B, Havana, Matoneas, Elagua la
Orando, 8. sido Cuba, Barbadoes, Demarara, Martinique,
Trinidad, and ports to Europe
AlBO wanted to Charter, VESSELS out and homo to
various West India ports. JOS. H. RISLEY,
No. 110 East Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
AND ALL. LANDINGS UN TUB SANTK.K
AND WATKKKK KIVEUS.
THE NEW AND ELEOANT SIDEWQEEL IBON
Z- _B. VANCE,
CAPTAIN CHARLES McOAllY,
IS EXPECTED TO ARRIVE ON MONDAY, AND WILL
leave Ailantlo Sooth Wharf on Thursday, tbe 12th
mat., taking Freight through for Caunion and Interme
diate Landings on tbe Santeo and Watoree Rlvors at
Freight will be received st tho store room on Monday,
For Freight* engagements app'y to
JAMES BROWNE, Agent
July 7_B-chango street.
FOB GEORGETOWN, S. C.
OAPT. THOS B. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODA I ION WHARF EVERY
Wednesday Morning, at 6 o'clock. Returning,
will leave Georgetown every Thursday Morning, at 11
Freight received the day before soiling.
For Freight or passage, apply to
FERGUSON k HOLMES,
N. B. ?Freight (prepaid) will be taken for Couway
boro' and Oheraw, to be transferred at Georgetown to
steamers Littl ? Ads and R. E. Bell. June 4
FOR NEW YORK.
D I C T A. T O R .
CAP?. L. M. OOXETTER,
WILL LEAVE ADGEB'S WHARF TOMORROW,
toth instant, at 4 o'clock P. M.
For Freight or Passage apply to
J. D. AIREN t CO.,
July g_3_Brown's Wharf.
FOR NEW TORE.
THE BEGULAB UNITED STATES MATT. __N_
OF FIK8T-0LAHS STEAMERS,
dVAKER CITf I SARAGOSSA,
ANDAUIHIA- | GRANADA,
THE 8TDEWHEEL HTEAMBHn?
CAPT. M. B. CROMWELL,
WILT* LEAVE ON 8AT?RDAY, JULY 14, at?
No berth secured until psld for.
No Freight received unless engaged at our office.
No Fokioiit received after ? o'clock on Haturday.
Freight and Wharfage on pei ishsble articles must be
paid at our office. _
July 9_RAVEN EL k CO.. Agents.
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FARE REDUCED TO $95.
L-eav?ig each Port ever j Alternate Thnrsday.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. QODDFB.
Oorr. R. W. Loo_woop.
Oapt. O. P. Ma-shm-h.
THESE STEAMflHIPa, OFFERING EVERY INDOOR
MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior aooommodatlons tor Passen
gars, with tables supplied by every luxury the New Y or)
and Charleston markets can afford; and, for safety, spe-e-r
- nd comfort, are unrivalled on the coast
UVE O 3LvT ZB _3_ A,
OAPT. 0. P. UAR8HMAN,
(.17 ILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
Vf THUni-DAY. July W. st ? o'olock.
Liberal advances made on consignments to New
For Freight or Pat ?age, apply at the offlc? of the
Agent*. WILLI? k OHI.-.OI.M,
Nur. h Atlantic Whir*.
Contignc-ca In New York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON. FOX
? t GO. i July 0
ICE BY THE CARGO.
?AR1E OR ?MALL, CARGOES OF SUPERIOR
A MaUIE lOEt'ollvortvd alaui uocsjilt-lo point? on
e coast. Orders received b/
-JOS. H. BULKY.
No. 110 East Bay, corner Aooommodttlou Wbart\.
P?CmC MAIL 8Ttr illtlStllP COMPANYS
CARRYING THE ?. S. MAIL.
Through in Twenty-two Days.
Btkambhifs on thk OoNNFxmho on thie Paoifk
Atlantic, with the
NEW YORK.GOLDEN OITY
NORTHERN LIGHT.GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA. &o.. fto.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND BI'LENDU
Steamships will leave Pior No. 42 North River, fool
of Canal-street, at 12 o'clock, noon, on the 1st, 11th and
list of overy month (except when those dates fall od
8unday, and thon on tbopr?^lng Batarday), for A8PI1V
WALL, ?oanecur p via Panama Railway with one of tht
Company's Stoamships from Panama for SAN FRAN
CISOO, touching at AOAPULCO.
Departures of let and 21at connect at Panama witt
steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Those of the lat touoh at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' rat??
allowed to second cabin and stoorago passeng? ra wltb
families. Also, an allowance of ONE-QUARTER od
through rates to clorgymen and their famDies, and
school traction.; soldiers having honorablo <?tohnrgts
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adult
Baggage-misters accompany baggage through and at
tend to ladles and children without malo protectors
Baggage received on the dook the day before sailing
from steamboats, railroads, and passengers who profoi
to aond down early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicine and at
For Passage Tickets, or further Information, apply al
tho Company's Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
CANAL-STREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
Jnly 3_Pino? ?i K. HOLMAS Ar?n?
PASSAGE REDUCED !
CHEAP PASSAGE. TO UH FROO?
BY SAILINO BHIP8, SAILING EVERY WEEK,
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Balling evor- WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to ant*
from New fork.
Great Reduction in Fare to
OALIFOBNIA AND A?STRALIA.
DRAFT8 FOB ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain ant
Ireland, at the very Lowest Ratea.
Passengers, on arrival In New York, will have th_
baggage removed Free, and every care beatowed oi
For Passage, Ac, apply to P. 8HEAHAN, No. _
Wort street. Now York, or
M. M. Q?INN A BROTHER,
No. 037 Krao 8t__t, O?ini??rron, 8. O,
And Na 137 Broad street, opposite Monument street,
A?mata. G. A. lyr Febrnarv 27
SUPERINTENDKNl'S OFFICE N. E. RAILROAD, 1
OH?I?**TON Jnly 2, 1860. f
THI9 COMPANY WILL HEREAFTER RECEIVE AND
forward, free of oomnitaalons, ail PRODUCE
and MEROHANDI8S consigned to their Agenta. Cot
ton not exoeedlng In weight ?160 pounds, will be for
warded per stotmors to Now York, from all points on
the Che?-aw and Darlington Road, at six dollars per
bale, and from Florence at live dollars per bale (marine
lnsuraoce excepted). Cotton in excess of above weight,
will be sbippod at proportionate rates.
(Signed) 8. 8. SOLOMONS,
July 2 mth4 Engineer and Superintendent.
TH_ SO. CA. RAILROAD COMPANY
HAVING REESTABLISHED ITS RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING OFFICE, Me>ch_.dl?e and Pro
duce consign d to its Agent from tbe in:? rior to North
ern porta, and from Northern ports to the Iuiorlor, will
be cared tor and shipped to the polut of destination
without delay n-?d freo of commission.
Consign?ruts to be forwarded t:y sea must always be
accompanied by Bills of Lading and Lottor of Advice,
with instructions to Insure if desired.
E. N. F?LLER.
B. h F. Agent.
03- The Charlotte Time?, Chester Standard, and
Or?rnvillo Mount?neer, eaqp copy one week and send
bills to t'ils o_ce._?Tuns 85
RARITAN AND DELAWARE UAY RAIL
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO LONG BRANCH?THE
whole dislance by rail?no obange oreara?no trav
elling by H ?ago. On and after Friday, June 1st, IBM,
the trains on this Road will le?ve the Depot of Camden
and Atlantto Railroad Company, atCoopor'a Point, Cam
den, as follows, via: 9.20 A. M . Express Train for Loo?
Branch and New York and intermediate Stations; 3.30
A M., Mall and Express for New Yo V.
Returning, Trains leave Pier 32, foot of?Do*no-atreet.
North Blver, via Steamboat Jesse Hoy t; at li A. M.. Ex
presa Train for Long Branoh, Camden and inlormtvllate
Stations; and 4 P. M. for aU Stations on the Ros A
Fare to and from New York or Long Branch, %1.
Excursion Tickets to Long Branch from Camden, $ '
JunelS Smo WM. N. OHY?ON, Hup't
CSTo. 193 EAST BAY.
J. S. SCBIEMEE,
t\ 7 hol? HALE DEALEB IN FOREIGN AND DO?IEB
>V TIC BIOS. An assortment of all gradea con
fsntly on hand. _ June 28
ANCHOR BRAND, ASSORTED, NO* 0 TO lO.
FRENCH BOBR AND COLOGNE? IB To 40 INCHES.
POI8*. OVENS. AND SPIDERS.
For aal a at
jeiajrt & co.'S,
CORNER KINO AND MARKET 8TS.
BEEWSTEE & SPEATT,
r ?at-loruojH ?l Litt end Solicitor? In E-quiA)
0YFI0? NO. 06 BROAD-?TRKinx
rHE OLD STERLING REMEDY
GENUINE COLLETON BITTERS
TUE8K BITTERS ABE PURELY A VEGETABLE
COMPOUND, and ara offered *o tho pnbllc undor tho
Inllest conviction that they will bo found a safe and sot
frelgu REMEDY FOR IiYril'Ei'BlA.
They have been triumphantly tested by nu morons
families and Physlclaus in the Sonth, who havo furnish
ed ample testimony as to their dooldod ozcollence.
MR8. JENKIN8' COLLETON BITTER8I
Cures Nervous Hculacho.
MRS. JENKINS* COLLETON BIITEK8!
Strengthens tho Digestivo Organs.
MRS. JENKINS1 COLLETON BITIER8I
Htiiuulates a Torpid Livor.
M_8. JENKINb' COLLETON DITTERUt
Correct? acidity of tho Stomach.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BlTTElttil
_ _. CreoteB a Good Appetite.
MR8. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS I
Cures Byspopaia in its most aggravated iorm.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETuN BITTERS1
Ht-jtivt eaten Old Age.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTKUSI
Aro truly callod "The Pooplo's Medicine."
FOR HALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
FOR SALE AY ALL DR?OOIHT8.
FOR BALE BY ALL DI?UQQI8T8.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRDOG18T8.
FOR SALE BY ALL DBDGOI8TS.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IM1TATIOM.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITAI ION.
*_r The TRADE will be supplied on LIBERAL
All orders should bo a-'dressed to
WM. A. SKRINE, M. D.,
FAMILY MEDICINE WAREHOUSE,
No. -GO King street,
Manufacturer and Sole Agont for Mrs. Jenkins.
Proprietor and Manufacturer of EPPING'S COM
POUND FLUID EXTRACT SAR8APARILLA AND
QUEEN'S DELIGHT, tho best known remedy for Scro
fula and Eruptions of the bkln. I.ecommended espe
cially by Physicians for all Impurities of t o System.
No. 288 King-street.
PRATT & W?L?? BROTHER!
No. 238 King-str
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MARKET
N. A. PRATT, 1 B. W. WIL80N.
Chemist to late
O. 8. Nitre and I
Mining Bu- (
The Proprietors are Native G-eorfims,
tfANUFAOrURED BY IBB BALTIMORE COMPANY.
FORBE9 Si CO., BAI/IIMORK, HD.
IT IB UNEXCELLED IN PURIFYING AND SWEETEN
ING the atraospboro in SICK ROOMS, BOSPITALS,
7E88ELS, SINKS, CESSPOOLS. PRIVIE**, 4c, kc. *
A liberal dircoant allowed to tho trade.
Your attention is respectfully requested to the follow
ing toatlmoulsls :
BAVriMonE, Feb. 8th, I860.
For an efficient and reliable Deodoriser and Dlt-in
teotant always ready for use, and not liable to any
change, equally valuable In thealck room, and In the foul
?ink, it has In my opinion no equal.
WILLIAM E. A. AIKIN,
Professor of Chemistry University of Maryland.
Dr. W. C, VAN BI3BER, who niadu tbe report upon
Disinfectants" to tho Natioea' Sanitary and Quarantine
convention of IBM), says of titl* artlclo :
"It is the best deodorant o? which I have any knowl
idgo. 1st. It evlilently answuvs tint purpose. 2d. It 1*
: dories? itself. 3d. It H easily kept and managed. 4th.
ft is comparatively cheap, it is a mixture of the best
limpie deodorisers known to science, and tbe experi
ments made with it prove the proportional combination
vo be a good one to effect the purpose intend id."
Far other distinguished testimonials see circular.
For ?ale by
PRATT & WILSON BROS.,
Wholesale Agents for the State, No. 238 King.street,
Charleston, S. C, and at a 11 .Ortig Stores.
May 21_____ mwf?noo
AHtHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Skipping and Commission Merchants,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,.
AND 128 A?SE72NG STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
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