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SATURDAY MONNING, JULY 14, 1866.
MABYLAND. -A State Convention of the support
?rsof Pr?sident JOHNBON in Maryland ia to be
held at Baltimoro, July 25.
MAINE.-1 he Portland Daily Pres$, July 9, pub
I ishos a letter from Hon. A. G. JEWETT, President
of tho Radioal S tato Convention at Bangor, in
f oi ming General CHAMBEBLAIN of bis nomination
f or Governor of Maino, and Genoral CHAMBER
LAIN'S reply, accepting tho nomination. General
CHAMBERLAIN accepts the constitutional amend
ment ns a step in tho right direotion, endorsos the
p, . hon of tho Radical majority in Congress on
th< <|iiostion of reconstruction, and pledges him
self to a cordial support of tho party which aims
t o secure equal, oivil and politioal rights for all
American citizens. This is tho usual Radical
o ant, which means tho securing of civil and politi
oal rights to all who voto tho Radioal ticket, mean
while disfranchising so far as is posible in most
of tho large cities in tho North, and in all tho
S tates of tho South, those who do not vote that
TENNESSEE.-A mooting of citizens from various
parts of tho Stato, was hold in Nashvillo, July
4,to consider tho call for a National Convention at
Philadelphia, August 14, and resolutions wore
adopted to Bond delegates from every Congres
TKXA8.|-While tho Radical prints at tho North
pronounce Governor THBOCKMORTON "an unre
0 oustructod rebel," and an "ox-slaveholder," tho
rospoctable Toxas journals rejoice over tho euc
OOBB of the lato election as a "doath blow to Badi
oalism" in that Stato. Tho Houston /Star aayB
that tho truo position ocoupiod by the Radioal
party in tho canvass "mado it auxiliary to the
enomies of tho Constitution and the Union, and
bad it suocoeded, would hsvo lent strength and
encouragement to their colaborers of tho North,"
though tho Radicals in running their ticket pro
tended ant ago i. i J m to the dominant Congressional
"ism," and evon their avowed acquiosonoo in the
President's plan of reconstruction and opposition
to universal franchise, and thus attempted to en
trap the people. But they miserably failed, and,
as the Ular Bays : "Texas to-day occupies a proud
position on the side of the President, the Union,
and tho Constitution."
ILLINOIS.-Some one has sadly frightened the
Chicago Republican, whioh says :
It is now contemplated to revolutionize the State
government, eject Governor Ogiosby, overturn the
Supreme Court, and do a variety or other things
which aro deemed essontial to the benefit of the
Democratic party. The programme for this ope
ration is as follows :
The nomination by the Democrats, in every
doubtful or close legislative district, of some Re
Eublican with whom arrangements satisfactory to
ot h parties can be mado, and the concentration
of all the energy and means of the party upon
tho election of the legislative tickets. A majority
of thc Legislature being thus eeonred, a Lemo
orat can bo elected to the United States Senate to
succeed Mr. Trumbull. Then will follow tho grand
scheme of an act of the Legislature submitting to
a vote of the people the Constitution which, in
1861, wa? rejected by tho popular vote. This is
no vi.- i.mary scheme. It is the delib?rate purpose
of the Democratic party to try that means of get
ting rid of tho prcecnt State government.
PENNSYLVANIA.-The Soldiers' Convention which
mot in Pittsburg on tho 5th of Juno last, and which
pledged thoir comrades to the support of the
Radical measures of Congress, in opposition to
the just and constitutional policy of Preaidont
JOHNSON, and which promised their votes to JOHN
W. 6EABY, the Radical candidate for Governor,
ani.-repreccnted tho sentiments of the great mass
.of thc officers and soldiers of Pennsylvania. In
order that a truo expression of opinion might be
had from tho late defenders of tho Government
in thc field, and to counteract the injury attempted
to be done to the cause of the Union, it was
doomed advisablo by the late officers and soldiers
of the Fodoral army in Pennsylvania to hold an
other Convention. A preliminary mooting of re
turned officers and soldiers, with this object in
viow, was holden on Thursday, the 28th of Juno,
when it was resolved to hold a Stato Convention
at Harrisburg on Wednesday, tho 1st day of
August, to bc composed of such honorably dis
charged officer.-, a A Jicrs and seamen of Pennsylva
nia, as subscribo tu tho carrying out in good faith
tho joint resolution adopted by Congress, Joly 22,
1861, who favor tho restoration of tho Southern
.'?tates to tlu ir constitutional relations in the
Federal Union ; who aro in favor of representa
tivos from the South, loyal to tho Constitution and
laws, being immediately received by Congrcea;
who approvo President Johnson's vot?os of the
Freedmen's Bureau and Civil Rights Bills; who
aro opposed to any intorferonco, by Congress,
with the rights of the States reserved by the Con
stitution; and who are opposed to tho right of
suffrage being conferred upon the negro; and who
are in favor of the election of HIESTEB CLYHEB,
Democratic candidato for Governor of Pennsylva
nia, tho representativo of constitutional and con
servative doctrine. Tho call for this Convention
is signed by nearly four hundred officers and sol
diers, and in addition to tho delegates to be sent
from overy county, all other honorably discharg
ed officers, soldiers, and acamen who sympathize
with the object in view, are invited to meet at
Harrisburg on that occasion.
The Democratic mass meeting to be held at
Reading, July 18, will be attended from all parts
of tho State. Good speakers will be present, and
extra trains will bo run from Philadelphia.
THE PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION.-It is reported
that the Union Club of Washington, and the
Democratio National Club has coalesced, and will
in the future w >rk together, for the purpose of the
fall campaign. It is also said that the Union
State Convention to be hold by the frionds of Pre
sident JOHNPON, at Indianapolis, July 19. will an
point delegates. 1 r
It looks as ii President JOHNSON had a long
hoad, for here is what he said months SRO to the
Montana delega ion:
lou have alluded to tho great principles of our
Government having been enunciated by me in a
paper sent a short time since to the Congress ot
tho United States. Tho declaration by rae of
those principles was not the result of impulse. It
was the result of a thorough and calm considera
tion of thoso truths which lie at tho foundation
of all free governments. Those who understand
those truths, and havo laid them down as their
guide, canuot fail to understand the doctrines
enunciated In tho moseage. It is not necessary
to inquiro whether they emanate from this mau
or that man, those who understand or behove in
those principios, no mattor from what standpoint
they look at them, will find themselves involun
tarily and imperceptibly it may be. bot surely,
coming together in all great troubles that may
take place in rogard to them; while those who
disolaim them, who are willing to repudiate them,
.and Bet them at naught, will bo fouud disintegra
ting and t ravelling in a divergent direction. For
this reason there may be many now coming to
gether without any previous concert or arrange
ment, but imperceptibly, because they agree on
tho same great principles. I care not by what
name the party administering tho Government
may be denominated-the Union party, the Re
publican party, the Democra:io party, the Ameri
.?*nP?rty, or whatnot-no party oan administer
the Qovornmont succosafully unless it is adminis
tered upon the g. eat principles laid out in that
IN TEE CITY !
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO
inform his customers, and the
public generally! that in order
to meet their wants in the way
of SUMMER CLOTHING-, and to
close out his present Stock,
he has MARKED DOWN HI8
FRIGES, which will aooomplish
the desired object, regardless of
Annexed will be found a List
of some of the leading articles,
showing the present and former
FROCKS AND SACKS.
Price t. Price*.
FINE BLACK CLOTH FULL DRESS
FROCK COATS.$38 $33
FINE BLACK CLOTH FULL DRESS
FROCK COATS. 35 30
FINE BLACK CLOTH FULL DRESS
SACKS. 90 18
FINE BLACK CLOTH HALF LINED
SACKS. 14 ll
FINE FRENCH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED SACKS. 39 28
FINE FRENCH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED SACKS. 31 27
FINE ENGLISH CASS. FULL LINED
SACKS. 36 22
FINE FRENCH MOUNTAIN DEW CASS.
SKELETON SACK. 24 30
HARRIS OBEY OARS. SKELETON
SACK. 31 18
OBTVROrr CASS. SKELETON SACK.. 30 16
SUPER ENGLISH MELTON SKELE
TON SACK. 33 18
DARK GREY AND BROWN HAIR LIN
ED CASS. SACK. lt ll
COLORED ALPACA SACK. 6 6
WHITE LINEN DUCK 8ACK8 .. $11, $7, $6. $10, 6, 5
COLORED ALPACA SACKS. 8 7
BROWN AND OBEY TWEED SACK... 6 6
BROWN LINEN DUCK 8AOK. 6 5
BROWN LINEN DUCK SACK. 6 4
BROWN LINEN SUITS, SACK, PANTS
AND VEST. 10 8
BLACK SILK ALPACA SACK. 8 60 7.60
BLACK SILK ALPACA SACK. 7 6
BLACK ALPACA SACK. 6 4
BLACK FRENCH DOE CASS. PANTS. .$16 18
BLACK FRENCH DOE CASS. PANTS.. 18 ll
BLACK FRENCH DOB CASS. PANTS.. 13 10
FRENCH SILK MIXED CASS. PANTS.. 16 13
FRENCH SILK MIXED CASS. PANTS.. 16 13
FRENCH SILK MIXED CASS. PANTS.. 18 10
LIO HT COLORED ENGLISH MELTON
PANTS. 18 10
LIGHT COLORED FRENCH CASS.
PANTS. 14 ll
CH1VROIT CA88. PANTS. 13 10
STRICTLY ENOLISH CASS. PANTS... 16 13
LIGHT COLORED CASS. PANTS. 7 6
HAIR-LINED CASS. PANTS. 0 8
LUPINE nAIR-LINED CASH. PANTS.. 8 7
FRENCH. DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 13 10
FBENC1? JOINER CLOTH PANTS. 12 0
ENGLISH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 7 6
BLACK ALPACA LINED PANTS. 6 4.60
COLORED CASS. PANTS. 6.60 4 60
COLORED CASS. PANTS. 3 3
LINEN AND COTTON WORKING
PANTS. 3 1.50 I
BLACK CLOTH VESTS (SILK BACK).. ll 0.60
BLACK SATIN VESTS. 7 6.50
BLACK SILK ALPACA VESTS. 6.60 4.60
COLORED SILK VESTS. 7 5.60
COLORED SILK VESTS. 13 10
BLACK AND WHITE ENGLISH CASS.
VESTS.; 8 6
BILK MIXED FRENCH CASS. VEST8.. 7 5
QUEEN'S CLOTH VESTS. 6.60 4.S0 I
HAIR-LINED CASS. VES 18. 6.60 4.60 I
BROWN LINEN DUCK V*.8T8. 8.60 8
BROWN LINEN DRILL VESTS. 2.50 3
n HITE MARSEILLES VESTC. $7 and 6 $6 and 6
A FULL SUPPLY OF THE
FINEST SHIRTS AND COLLARS MADE
Together with a Large Lot of
GLOVES, NECK TIES, fte.,
Which will be Bold at corresponding Low Price?.
49* The Price ia plainly marked on each article.
Capt. B. W. McTureous,
AS USUAL, WILL TAKE OREAT PLEASURE IN
accommodating bia friends, and the pub'lo in general,
AT THIS PLACE, who are respectfully Invited to call.
WM. MATTHIBSoEN, AGENT,
No. 219 King-street,
CHARLESTON, S. CL
'oJr " imo
RICE, LUMBER AND OAK
STA V KS FOll HALE.
()A TIERCES FRESHLY POUNDKD CAROLINA
40 M feet PH tie Yellow Pine Lumber, oonslstlng of
Lath?, Hoards, ttcnntling, Plank and Joint
18 M Ked Oak rlhd?. Stave?
6 M White Oak, Pipo, Uhd and Barrel Stave*.
Apply to CART, KOPrF A J ERV EY,
July 14 Accommodation Wharf.
2~ 1)13 LS. EXTRA O 8UOAB
O 36 bbla O Yellow Sugar.
Lauding and for ?ale by
July 14_a_HEM RY GOBI A A CO.
FLOUR AND SYRUP.
I /~\f\ BBL8. OF FLOUR. EXTRA AND SUPER
lUU 76 bbla ot Oreen Point Syrup,
Just received per steamer Saragossa. For sale by
RAVENEL A CO.,
Corner of East Bay and Vaudorhorat's Wharf.
July 14 3
BACON, PORJ^B??F. &c7~
Cy/~\ HHDS. CHOICE HI Dh H AND SHOULDERS
60 b?rrela prime MOSB 1 ork
20 barrels prime Mess t'eef
40 half barrels Family Fulton Market Beef,
ao half barr?le Family Fulton Market Pork.
Landing and in Store. For sale by
July 14 a_No. 188 East Bay.
CAROLINA RICE, HAMS.
WHISKEY, COR? AND TOBACCO.
f7fT\ TIERCES FRESH POUNDED CAROLINA
I \J RICE
12 flour barrels Fresh Pounded Carolina Rice
Kl barn-lB (g od arrielo) Wehtcru Whiskey
1000 bushels Prime Whito Corn
700 bushels Mixed Wblto Corn
A lot Fine Country-Cured Hama and Sides.
A lot Fine Vriginla Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO,
romalo by SUACKLEFORD A FRASER,
July 13 a No. 1 Boyce A Co.'s Wharf.
rJ/\ nMIRK LS EXTRA FLOUR
I KJ 50 barrels Superfine Flour
Just landed and for sale by
July 13_2_LEN RY COBIA A CO.
CORN, BACON AND HAMS.
I r\r\r\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE PROVIS
1UUU ION CORN
10 hhda Prime Shoulders Bacon
15 bbla Choleo Sugar-cured Hams
For aale by R. M. BUTLER,
July IS_a_East Bay.
CORN AND OATS.
,ir/\A BUSHELS PRIME YELLOW CORN, I?1
Ci'J VJ VJ two bushel sack H
1000 bushels Hoary Oats, in four bushel bags.
Landing from schooner "J. T. Williams," and for
sale by H. F. BAKER A CO.,
July 14 a No. 20 Cumberland street.
CORN! CORN !
QiiAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE AND MIXED
OOKJKJ Western Corn
1200 bushols prime Teltow Corn.
In atore house and landing this day, for aale by weight
by JNO. 8. BIRD, JB., A CO.,
July ll 4 Corner Church and Tradd ats.
2000 BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MARYLAND
1000 bushels Prime Yellow Maryland Corn
1000 bushels Prime White Mixed Marj land Corn.
Per steamer Lulu, at Brown's Wharf, and for sale
low whilo landing, by WEST A JUNES,
July 13_3_No. 75 East Bay.
CCriAH BUSHELS PRIME HEAVY NEW
uUUU YORK OATS, now landing from achr.
Wapella, on Kerr's Wharf.
For sale low while landing, by
JNO. CAMP8EN A CO.,
No. 14 Market street, opposite State street.
IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS, THREE HUNDRED
AND FIFTY UALE? of selected NORTH RIVER
HAY, to arrive by the Schooner S. J. Wii-lng. Apply
to B. FOLEY,
July 12 6*_Eaat Bay.
Of^ii~\r\ BUSHELS WHITE CORN
?UUU 600 bushels Yellow Corn.
Landing this day, and for aale by
WILLIS A CHISOLM,
July ia North Atlantic Wharf.
JUST ARRIVED. AND FOB SALE LOW, TWENTY
barrels BJSTON BISCUITS, at
MEHBTENS A WOHLTMANN'S,
July 12_thea_No. 187 East Bay.
ALE AND CLARET.
I f\r\ BBL8. "J. A R TENNEST'8" 8COTCH ALE
JL\J\J 100 cases Superior Claret Wine.
For sale by BRUNS A BEE,
July 12 thstu6_No. 78 Eaat Bay.
AND IN STORE
- bots. DAVISON H AM 8
- bbls. New Smoked Small Hams
- bbla. New Smoke i Small Shoulders
- bbla. New Smoked Bacon Strips
- bbls Flour, Extra. Super and Fine
- bbls. Self-Ralalng Flour, Djt and ad quality
- bbla. 8ugar, Crumbed Powdered, A, tl and C
- bois. Sauced Plga Feet
- bbls. Pure Leaf Lard
- sacks Coffee, Java and Rio
25 kegs New Butter, just arrived
30 tubs Primo Lard
36 half bbl?. Pickles
10 bbls No. 1 Salmon
30 half bbls. Nos. 1, 3 and 3 Mackerel
60 bbls. Syrup and Molasses.
WITH A OKN 1 KAI. ABSOBTMRNT OF:
8PI0E8, PEPPER, MUSTARD, 8AUCE9, NUTMEGS,
Mace, Cinnamon, Macearon!, Teaa, Buckets, BroomB,
Brushes of all kinds, Ac, Ac, Ac
INCLUDING A FINE ABHORTM VNC OF:
LIQUORS. WINES. TOBACCO AND 8EGAB8.
For sale low, at
MEHR TENS A WOHLTMANN'S,
Joly 13_No. 187 East Bay.
BLOCKS ! BLOCKS!
ALARGE LOT FOR SALE BY
COURTNEY, TENNENT A CO ,
July 13 6 No. 35 Hayne street
EXTRA QUALITY NEW CROP
FOR SALE LOW TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT.
JOS. H. RISLEY.
SMALL LOT FOR SALE LOW, T < CLOSE CON
SIGNMENT, by J08. H. RISLEY,
No. 110 East Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
No. 193 EAST BAY.
J. S. SCHIRMER,
WHOLP8ALE DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMES
TIC RICE. An assortment of all gradea con
.tantly on hand. June 38
TH IC CAROLINA TIM KS,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, ATORANOS
BURO C. H., S. C., by THAD. 0. ANDREWS
The only paper published In the rich andaourtshlns
District of Orangeburg, 8. C. Circulation of the Paper
extensive and rapidly increasing.
Weekly Paper-one year.$6.
Weekly Paper-elx mouths. 2.
Weekly Paper-three months. 1
To clubs of ten or more the Psper will be supplied
?. per year for each copy.
To clubs of twenty or mere the Psper will be suppll
at S3 per year for each copy.
One square-one month.f
One square-two months. 8.
On e square-three mouths. 10.
Ona square-six months. 13. 0
Ono square-twelve months. 16.0
Twenty-five per cent, dleoouut allowed on advertise
ments of three squares or over.
Th! tj-three per cent, discount allowed on advert?a*.
menta of half column or over.
Fifty per cen., discount allowed on advertisements o
one column or over.
LEO ABE * ANDRA Wa,
Marah td iToprisAora,
[WILL BAIL HAH1RDAY, 14TH INST.J
KUM. NKW VUKh-NKKCIUNTS'
LINK -Tho fast sailing packet achoonor WIDE
WORLD, C K. Htidreto, Maxtor, haring a large
portlou of her cargo engaged, will meet with
for balanco of ougagomonts, applv to
Corner East Bay and Adger s South Wharf.
EUROPE. SOUTH AMERICA, WEST
INDIFH. porU in the UNITED STATES
. and PROVINCES. Highest rates paid
and dispatch given J08. H. RISLEY,
No. 110 East Bay, cor. Accommodation Wharf.
WANTED IMIHKOl \ I Ki,Y, Al
> VKS8EL to load Lumber for New York, eighty
? thousand feet capaolty. Apply to
A. O ETTY A CO.,
No. 128 Meeting-street,
_J_uly 12 thstn And North Atlantic Wharf.
VKS9EL WANTED, TU LOAD
'with lumber for Baltimore, of from fifty to
?one hundred thousand f*et capacity. Apply
.tO EBAUOH A M AI, LO N FF,
July ll 12 Horlbeek's Wharf, near N. E. R. R.
AND ALL. LANDINGS UN THE SANTEE
AND WATKli.EE RIVERS.
THE NEW AND ELEGANT SIDE-WHEEL IRON
?Z. IB. VANCE,
CAPTAIN CHARLES McGARY,
HAVING ARRIVED, IS NOW RECEIVING FREIGHT
and will saU on Monday Morning, the 16th inst., at
10 o'clock procisely, taking Freight through for Camdon
and lutermedlato Landings on the Santee and Wateree
Rivera at reasonable rab-s.
For Frolgat ongagemonta app'y to
JAMES BROWNE. Agont.
July 13 Exchange street.
FOB GEORGETOWN, S. G.
CAPT. THOS. R. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Wednesday Morning, at 6 o'clock. Returning,
will leave Georgetown overy Thursday Morning, at ll
Freight received the day before sailing.
For Freight or passage, apply to
FERGUSON A HOLMES,
N. B.-Freight (prepaid) will be taken for Conway
boro' and Cheraw, to be transferred at Georgetown to
steamers Llttl ? Ada and R. E. Bell._June 4
BALTIMORE AND CHARLESTON
CONNECTING WITH THE REGULAR STEAMERS
OF THE BALTIMORB AND OHIO RAIL
ROAD CO. TO LIVERPOOL.
FREIGHT RECEIVED FOR SHIPMENT AND BILLS
OF LADING GIVEN DIRECT TO ANY PART OF
EUROPE at the lowest rates-the Lino offering the moat
ftrompt facilities to deU<-er Cotton la Liverpool, at rates
ess than direct shipments from here.
THE LINE IS COMPOSED OF THE FOLLOWING
FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIPS :
STAR OF THE SOUTH -Capt. REED.
E. C. KNIGHT-Capt. HOLLINS.
JOHN GIBSON-Capt. YOUNG.
THE FI HE NEW 8TEAMER
STAB OF THE SOUTH,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF FOR
Baltimore, To-Morroui, July 14, at S o'clock P.M.
For Freight or Paes.ge, having unsurpassed ac
commodations, apply at the offlco or the Avente.
WILLIS & CHISOLM, Agents.
North Atlantic Wharf.
Agents in Baltimore: Messrs. 1ENDERGA8T, FEN
WICK A OP._July lt
PACIFIC MAIL ST* AMS1IIP COMPANY'S
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL.
Through in Twenty-two Days.
STEAMSHIPS ON TETE OOMXEOTZNO OH THE PIOITO
ATLANTIC, WITH THE
NEW YORK.GOLDEV OITY
NORTHERN LIGHT.GOLDEN AGE
0OSTA RIGA.MONTANA. AO , Aa
ONS OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND 8PLENDI1
Steamships will leave Pier No. 42 North River, foot
of Canal-street, at 12 o'clock, noon, t the 1st, 11th and
list of every month (except whoj 1 ose dates fall OL
Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday), for ASPIN
WALL, connecting via Panama Raliway with one of Un
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN
0I8OO, touching at ACAPULCO.
Departures of 1st and 21st connect at Panama witt
iteami ra for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERl
DAN PORTS. Those of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' rates
kilo ?rod to second cabin and steerage passeng? rs witt
ramibes. Auto, (ta allowance of ONE-QUARTER OL
through ratea to clergymen and their families, and
ichool teachers; soldiers having honorable discharges
ll ALI' FARE.
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adult
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through and at
lend to ladies and children without male protectora
Baggage received on the dock the day before ?ailing
From steamboats, railroads, and passengers who pr?fet
to send down early.
An experienced Burgeon on board. Medicine and at
For Passage Ticket?, or further Information, apply at
he Company's Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT Ol'
DANAL-8TRKET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
July ? taos H S. BOLMAN. Aren*.
FOB NEW YORK.
THE BEOULAit UNITED BTATEB M ALL LINE
OF FIR8T-OLAS8 STEAMERS.
O.UAKEK CITV I SARAGOSSA,
ANDALUSIA. I GllANAUA,
TUE 8IDEWBEEL 8TEAM8HLP
CAPT. M. B. CROMWELL,
WILL LEAVE' ON SAT ORD AY, 'JULY 14, kt 7
o'clock A. M., proclse-ly.
No berth recured until pwd for.
No Freight received uuloss onl;.v d at our office.
No FBKIOUT rooelved aftor - o'clock on Saturday.
Freight and Wharfago on poilshablo articles must be
paid at our office.
tfW Tho QUAKER CITY will leave on Saturday, 21et
July 9_RAVEN KL A CO.. Agenta. v
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMM NT.
FARE REDUCED TC*t>25.
Leaving each Port every Alternate Thursday.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SO U D EB,
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
CAPT. O. P. MAHSUMAN.
mHESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUCE
JL MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having auperlor accommodations for Passen
gers, with tables supplied by every luxury the New York
sud Charleston mar sots can afford; and, for safety, speed
\nd comfort, are unrivalled on the coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. B. W. LOCKWOOD,
rrj ILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
W THURSDAY. July 19. at - o'olock.
Liberal advances made on consignments to New
For Freight or Pas sage, apply at the offloe of th*
Agents. WU,UH A OHISOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf:
Consignees lu New York-Messrs. L1VIN08TON, FOX
A CU. July 13
BOSTON ANB CHARLESTON
THE NEW A I
THEODORE. D. WAGNER,
CAPTAIN RODNEY BAXTER,
OF ABOUT 700 TONS BURTHEN,
IS READY TO RECEIVE FREIGHT, AND WILL
leave Boston for Charleston, 8. C., on Saturday, 28th
July, to be followed Immediately by her consort of same
DANIEL LEWIS A CO., No. 9 Merchants' Bow, Agenta
A. J. SALINAS, Agent at Charleston, 8. O , will for
ward goods to Augusta, Atlanta, Columbia, Camden,
Florence, Beaufort, Hilton Head, Jacksonville, Palatika,
Fla., Georgetown, S. C., and aU intermediate poluta.
CHEAP PASSAGE TO UR FROM
BY SAILING 8HIP8. SAILING EVERY WEEK.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MALL 8TEAMER8,
Bailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and
from New York.
Great Reduction In Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland, at tho very Lowest Ratea.
Passengers, on arrival in New York, will have theil
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed os
For Passage, Aa, apply to P. SHEAHAN, No. 211
Weat street. New York, or
M. M. QUINN A BROTHER,
Na 627 Kino ST&KJCT, OHABXSSTOK, 8. O,
And No. 137 Broad street, opposite Monument street*
Augusts. G. A. 1 y r February 27
THE SO. CA. RAILROAD COMPANY
HAVrNG BK. ESTABLISH KD TT? RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING OFFICE, Mei<-bandi-o and Pro
d ico consign d to Ita Agent from the lncerlor to North
ern ports, and from Northern porta to the Interior, will
be cared for an<1 ahlpped to tba point of destination
without delay e?d free of commission.
Consignments to h* ' or? anl-d by aea must always be
accompanied by Bin* KI I .sdlng and Letter of Advice,
with instructions to insure it dt?ired.
E. N. FULLER,
it. & F. Agent.
tm- The Charlotte Times, Chester Standard, and
Greenville Mountaineer, each oopy one week and send
bills to this office._June 26
KA lt IT AN AND DRE. A WARE DAV RAIL
/-\NLY DIRECT HU UTE. TO LONO BRANCH-THE
' W whole distance by rall-uo changa of cars-no trav
elling hyS'age. On sui after Friday, June lat, 1866,
the trslnfon this Road will le- ve the Depot of Camden
?nd Atlantic Railroad Company, at Cooper's Point, Cam
ion, as follows, viz: 9 20 A. M , Express Trslu for Lon*
branch and Ne-v York and intermediate Stiltons' 3 30
A. M.. Mall and Expresa for New Yo k
Returning, Trains leave Pier 32, foot of Duane-street,
S?rth River, ria Steamboat Joss? Hoyt; at li A. M., Ex
press Train for Long Branch, Caiudeu and intermediate
stations; and 4 P. M. for all Stations on the Road.
Fare to and from New York or Long Branch, $2.
Excursion Tickets to Long Branch from Camden, %\
Jone 18 8mo WK. N. CLAYTON, Sup't,
BREWSTER & 8PRATT,
attorneys at Law and Solicitors In Equity?
OFFICE Ba M BROAD-STREET.