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Tfte Daily yfews.
MONDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1806.
ti Wr>T C?BC?LAT10N Di THE STATE.
UWwtt?T CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
jr rKCEl LIST OB' LETTERS ro
oo ,i?iutc in. the JPoetoffioe at the end
ct ..j?oh wools is i>nbli?hed of I lei nil y
t.> i T?H? O-AJXiY NH3V7 8 ?very Wxl
a .: TTiomainte.
tur lollowlng aro the Agonts for this paper:
W. A. HEMINGWAY, General TraveUng andOolleot
R*v. COLIN MUR0HI8ON, Ooueral Traveling and
TOtfNSEND & NORTH, Bookeellors and Stationers,
Columbia, S. 0.
Col. J. J. RYAN, Barnwoll, 8. O.
t. If. TRIMMIER. Spartan Office, Spartanbnrg, S. O.
I. T. DnBOIS, Marion.
0. H. HARDY, Bandy Ford P. O., Madison co., Fla.
p?rRICK A H UVE Y, Mac?n, Georgia.
n. A. MoKNIGRT, ?nlonviUe.
J. Y. H. WILLIAMS. Clinton, 8. 0.
1. K. ALLEN. Chester 0. H., S. O.
. jfiRPB H. SEARS, ? Now South," Hilton Head.
"*, 8. LANCE, Orahamville P. O., Beaufort, B. 0.
?, P. BRADFORD, Waltcrhoro', S, O.
X L. DARR, Sumter, S. 0.
''IAD. 0. ANDREWS, Orangebnrg, 8. 0.
' V. HEBSHMAN, " Journal offloo," Camden, 8. 0.
M. BROWN, " Southerner office," Darlington, S. 0.
M. M. QUINN A BRO., Augusta,
* H. E8TELL, Savannah, Ga.
UaAfl DAVEGA, Agent In New Yorlc
Hi. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. 708 Broadway, New York,
'?a? always the latest dates of the Bail y News, as he
ioni of all tho other principal Journals of the country.
The National Convention.?Nearly if not quito
all of our State oxchanges contain calls for meet
ings, to selaot delegates for a Convention at Co
lumbia, which Bhf.ll decide the course of South
Carolina aa to tho National Convention. Gen
erally the Convention is approved. Tho ablest
aud only marked opposition is on tho part of tbo
Barnwoll Sentinel, which argues against it in a
style and with an ability worthy of a bettor oaueo.
The WinnBboro' News, under the management of
its junior editor, has boon opposing the Conven
tion, hut the senior editor expresses his opinions
on (lie other side. The indications are that the
Convention at Columbia will well represent the
The Drought.?Tho alarming drought that eo
s riou*ly threatened famine was ended on Tues
day, tlie 10th iuBt., by a grateful rain. While wo
write, gentle and refreshing showers are visiting
the (?round. The corn crop baa been very couaid
eraiily "out short," it is geoerably believed, but
if the present season lasts the ordinary time,
hre.nl enough .vi 11 be made to supply the wants of
the District.?Darlington Southerner.
Zaa Weather_For some time previous to Tues
day Lint thoro bad beon auch a continued spell of
dry weather that serious fears wore justly enter
tained in regard to tho growing crops. The corn
fields began to give unmistakable ?vidences of
sufforing. andthogardenB wero becoming parched.
On Tuesday aftornoon, however, a heavy shower
of rain blessed tho earth in this section, and the
crops now appear somewhat revived. A few gener
ous and general showers would lull our fears to
rest, for we must all bo awaro of the fact that tho
present scarcity of breadstuff? causes great anxie
ty to be felt in regard to the next crop of corn.
Equity Gourt.?On Monday last the Court of
Equity, Chancellor Johnson presiding, commenc
?4 its session at this placo, aud adjourned yester
<?*y. The questions argued before the Court were
of Mine general interest, but the deoiaions of the
Cnai.c.'llor are reserved for tbo present.
?Serious Accident.?On Thursday aftornoon
Thomas, sou of Dr. Pande i-dale, fell from among
the branobes of a tree, aud broke his arm. be
sides receiving other injuries.? Winnsboro' News.
Freedmen's School?A school for froedmon has
been opened, and already has about forty pupils,
mostly children of from teu to fifteen years of age.
Wo learn from tho Winnsboro' iVeics that it is
quite sickly in that town, there having been re
cently tbroo doaths from a malignant type of
Warning to Peddlers.?It appears that a body
of a man was found, on Wodnosday last, iu a
.stream aboutfourteen miles below Columbia, near
the plantation of tho late Jamos O'Hanlou, and
now rented by General Ely, on which he has a
large number of freedroen. Tbo body has beon
recognizod as that of a man who had been travel
ling in that Bection selling tobacco, and when last
seen alive bad a large amount of money in his
Court of Common Pleas and General Sessions.?
A call having been made for an oxtra meeting of
the abovo Court to bo holdon on Thursday, tho
12Mi ins-., it convened accordingly yesterday,
Judge Aldrioh presiding. Tho object of tho pre
sent sitting, we learn, is for tbo purpose of dis
patching unfinished business_Camden Journal.
The Mails.?Wo are ploased to inform the citi
zens of f lorry Distriot that there is now a regular
mail communication from this pjaco to Marion,
every Wodnosday and Saturday, and that eoon
there will be Postoflicea established at Cool Spring
and Gallivant'? Ferry.?Harry Sentinel.
Infernal Revenue?It is supposed that Horry
District will pay this year an Internal Revenue
tax or at least sixty thousand dollars on naval
atorcB alone.?llorry Sentinel.
lhe Poor of the District are in a deplorable
condition, without provisions or tho means to pur
ohaao tht-m, and much suffering is tbo consequence.
Corn oould bo bought io New York and deliv
ered here at less than ono dollar and twenty-five
cent? per bushel, aud yet it is retailed in tbie
place at near two dollars per bushel. Is there no
one who has tbe means and is oharitablo enough
to ordor a supply and sell at cost, as is boing done
in other pans of the State? What a vast relief
such an act would bo to the widows and orphans
of our distriot.?Vherau Adterlistr.
Delightful Bain.?A. most magnificent rain fa
vored this section on Wednesday evening last.
This rain was muoh needed, as tbo crops were
willing up. From indications, wo are pleased to
think that the raiu was pretty generally extended.
LaurensviUe Ifa'ald, July 13.
Protjosi Judge.?Col. Oaraher has lately rocolv
ed tbo appointment of Provoat Judge for tho Dis
tricts Of Laurens, Newberry, Spartanbnrg and
Union. Headquartore at Unionvillo.? Unionville
The Crops.?Vie rogret that it bocomoe our
duty to give publicity to discouraging reports as
regards the crop prospeota, but wo do so that our
frionda may not be deceived. Our sources of in
formation bave been muoh enlarged, and wo oall
attention to the following, for all of which wo
f A letter received by us. from a most reliable
gentleman, dated "Simsvillo, Union Distriot, S.
?.,. 0., Jnly 11. 1806. No rain during the past five
weeks it?; tliia section of tbo country. The crops
are nearly ruined."
A gentleman, who has just passed through
Beaufort, Oolloton, Barnwell, Orangeburg and
J>xinfiton Distriot? reports to us (Ed. Patriot),
that tho prospect is most discouraging. Corn
- blighted, -md tho cotton stand bad, Bhrivolled
A. special friend, travelling from Charleston to
Columbia, oui railroad, and a close observer, ro
porte the crops on tho liuo of the road as in ' a
most unhoalthy condition ; that not ouo-halr, if
ono-third, will bo mad? out of the land planted';
and that not moro than one-fourth of tho laud
formerly cultivated has been clouded this yoar.
Graaa, without stock or cattle, aud rich land'j
without proper tilla?o, is well oolculatod to pr0
duco gloomy impressions aa regarda futuro pros
pecta.? Columbia Patriot,
The Abbovillo Press contaiua an intorodting ac
count of tho commencomont oxorciaoa of tho Duo
West Fomalo Oollogo, from wbiou wo extraot tho
I Tho closing aot of tho draw, was tho Auuivor
aary Address, delivered h.oioro tho Literary So
cioty by F. 6. DeFo^mine, Esq., of 'olumbia.
Subject ; "The Character and IuUuencoof Woman
?Her Proper Education." We oxprees, wo be
iio vo, the gon oral concurrent opinion of all proaont,
in characterizing the addreea aa an admirablo
one?diatinguished by moro than tho author's
uaual piquanoy and vivacity of stylo. For moro
than an hour it enchaiuod tho attention of tho
audience. His graphicdoliooation of tho rolick?ng
boy, "that eteam engine in breeches," fairly
brought down the houae.
Abbeville-?From tho Banner, wo loam that Mr.
PniMP S. Jacobs, formorly of Colombia and Now
borry, is to ho appointed Poatmaator at Abbovillo
Court Hou80, ho boidg ono of tho fow mon of suf
ficient capacity to moot tho emergency, who aro
ablo to tako tho "irou-clad" and tho postofHco.
Columbia, S. C?Dr. Bernhardt ia announced
among the diatinguished arrivals in Oolumbia.
Tho Professor will doubtloaa niako thorn ace
Bights, that ia, if thoy can rako up Va and X'a to
purchase his Australians.
Donation by the President.?Wo flud tho follow
ing item in the Richmond Dispatch of Thursday:
"Tho Prosidont has handed to Bishop Potter, of
South Carolina, his check for $1000, in aid of the
Thoologica) Instituto in that 8tate."
We thought overy one knew that Bishop Potter
waa from Pennsylvania. It may be, howovor, that
the contribution was banded to the reverend gen
tleman in aid of the Episcopal Theological Semi
nary about to be ereotod in this State.?Phoenix.
The York ville Enquirer has the following:
On Friday last the priaonora confinod iu the jail
at this placo aucceedod in cuttiug their way
through a couple of thin partition walls, and ef
fecting their escape. There were only throe pri
soners confined in the jail at the time?ono
charged with burglary, another with horae steal
ing, and a third with potit laroony.
Postoffices Opened.?Tho following offices havo
been rc-opencd in this Stato, from tho 1st to the
Donaldsville, Abbeville, Louis Poarlstine, P. SI.;
Townville, Andoraon, James N. Bryaon: Williams
ton, Anderson, Thomas \V. Folgor; Saltkotcher
Bridge, Coll0ton, Abraham Levin; Timmonsville,
Darlington, Francia A. Thomas; Doko. Fairfield,
James B. Kennedy; Eighteen Mito, Fickena, Lem
uel Hendricka: Lexington, Lexington, Mary J.
Simmons: Hopkins' T. 0 , Rich land, Thomas Jon
kins; Bish's Store, Loxingtun, Lovi Biah.
To Be, or Not to Be.
People who depend solely on nowspaporB, in
their efforts to learn about the prospects of Maxi
milian's ompire, must be sorely puzzled. That
which is asserted by one is as positively contra -
tradicted by anothor. Tako for example tho Now
Orleans Picayune, usually well informed noon
Mexican affairs. The editor says, in regard to
"We look upon his possible expulsion, or his
voluntary retirement from his present position, as
only a question of time?of a few months."
Opposed to this view, a letter from the Mexican
capital, dated June ictd, says :
"With a few years of poace Maximilian will tri
umphantly provo the correctneaa of bia policy, and
Elace Mexico on a footing commensurate with
or real importance, commercially, financially and
Another letter, dated Juno 20th, from the same
placo, says :
"Happening to be ou the apot, I can assure
you that Maximilian was never in a firmer and
more assured poasoasion of Moxico than at the
It is useless to speculate upon the probable du
ration of the present government. It is subject
to too many viciaeitudos. The caprice of a single
man may subvert the entire structure, while, at
tho same time, a strong military organization at
the capital, maintained something like the French
logion at Borne, might givo it permanent stabili
ty. But tho problem is as much financial as mili
tary or political. In judging of tho proaent situa
tion, however, thero is danger of giving too much
importance to events transpiring at Matamoros.
The Liberal Oeneral Eacobedo, who has oauaedso
much disturbance in that quarter, is regarded by
intelligent Americans thereabout as not much
better than a guerilla ohieftain. He operates on
too small a scale, and is on a frontier too distant
to menace, evon in a remote degree, the central
government. His ohief exploit thus far has boon
to oapture a train of merchandise. On the west
coast is Oorona, another Liberal General, who
causea much annoyance, but la never formidable.
The future history of Moxico is still an unsealed
a ? ?
Canadian Annexation.?The newspapers in
Canada do not treat Mr. Banks' annexation
scheme with much respect. Tho Toronto Leader
Mr. Banks muet ho a genius of tho first order;
and CongresB ?how? its real character in lending
itself to tho farce. Mr. Banks proposes to swallow
up half a continent at a gulp.
The Montreal Gazette roasonB more seriously,
but don't beliovo anything liko annexation is real
ly intended. The editor says:
Whilo the groat body of tho Canadian ponple
are willing to emulate their Un i tod States neigh
bors in all acta of kind lineas and friendliness, they
cherish their own nationality and institutions, as
warmly and determinedly, as any people who live,
and that thoy stand ready to maintain them to
the last?to pay for them the price which men be
longing to the two great nations from which thoy
spring havo over been ready to pay for bucu in
Somebody at Ottawa intimates that a bill is
likely to be presented to Parliament providing for
tho annexation to the British Provinces of Min
nesota, Michigan, and other border States. Tho
succoss of this plan is as probable as any other.
FURMTURE! FURNITURE 1
SOS. 87 & CD BOWERY & 06 OHBY8TIE-BTREET.
BAVE THX BXST ABIOBTKD STOCK Or
PABLOB, DINING-ROOM AND BED-BOOM
PEINO BEDS AND BEDDING,
in the: union.
o ob facilities for manufaotoning at
LOW PHIOEB defy competition. STEAMED
AND HOTEL? FURNISHED FOR BTYLE AND QDALI
cx. Werefer jou on board o? the Hudson RlvorBtoim
>ra, ST. JOHAi and DEAN RICHMOND.
Fuller's Fatent Hair-Spring Mattresses
FIVE STATE PREM1UM8 AWARDED.
No. O PINK.8Tn.RBT, NHW VOHK,
JOB PRINTERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS,
TkoletaA* and Retail Dealers u tirsUClast Office Pimturu
D?B3iS*5L?5 BAHD A SPLENDID A88OBT
,n ^?' gyNE Md Domestic LETTER AN1
'??S.?^*8, . ^ V? of every size and qoantity.
Oeitlnoatea of Stock, Bonds, Chocks Note? Draft.
lula o? Exobange. Billheads and Cards! ?TmSbS
Orders by mall wUl receive prompt attention at to?
it cash prloea.
P?LIME SHIPPING TIMBEE.
SK<.\ij 8TIOK9 FOR 8ALE BY
?tai -os. ii. rislby,
No. 110 Ea*t Bay,
I nly 16_Coruor Accommodation Wharf.
1 ^A BDla IM* SUPER AND FINE FLOUR,
lOU landing from schoonor Uolti-d.
For ?alo by JOHN OAMPSEK ft C?.,
No. 14 Market, opposite Otate atrcot.
TOBACCO AND SEOAES.
A f\ BOXES TOBACCO. "ORDINARY TO 0HO1OE"
*?\J 13,000 Segar?, "Choleo Brands." Direct impor
tation from Uaviina.
Tho abovo will bo ?old low in order to close salos,
FOLL?N & MATTHIE.-SEN.
Mercantile Agente and Brokers,
No. 72 Morketatreet,
July 10 2 In rear of Hayno-atrcet.
SUGAR AND WHISKEY.
| f\ BBL8. MUSCOVADO SUGAR.
X\J 8 bbla. North CarollDo Whiskey, "proof."
On consignment, and wil be sold low.
FOLL?N A MaTTUIESSEN,
Mercantile Agents and Broker?,
July 16 3 No. 72 Markct-atroot.
RICE, LUMBER AND OAK
STAVES FOR SALE.
O/^l TIERCES FRESHLY FOUNDED CAROLINA
40 M feet Primo Tollow Pino Lumber, consisting of
Lath?, Boards, Scantling, Flank and Joist
18 M Rod Oak Ulula. Slaves
6 M Whito Oak, Pipe, Hud and Barrel Staves.
Apply to CART, KOPcFA JERVEY,
July 14 Accommodation Wharf,
2 m BBL& EXTRA O SUGAR
J 25 bblB O Yellow Sugar.
Landing and for ?alo by
July 14, 2 HENRY COBIA & CO.
T OffO 8ACK8, LAR0E SIZE, AND IN FINE
100 bbls. EXTRA FAMILY, fresh ground from the mill.
For salo by J. N. ROBSON,
July 11 wfmS No. 62 East Bay.
FLOUR AND SYRUP.
f f\ /-\ BBLB. OF FLOUR. EXTRA AND SUPER
? \J \J 76 bbla o i Greeu Point Syrap,
Just received per steamer Saragossa. For ?alo by
RAVENEL A CO.,
Coraor of East Bay and Vandorhorst's Wharf.
Jnly 14 3
BACON, PORK, BEEF, &c.
?)f\ HHDS. CHOICE SIDES AND SHOULDERS
? \J 60 barrels prime Moss Pork
30 barrels prime Mesa Beef
40 half barrels Family Fulton Market Reef.
20 half barra* Family Fulton Market Pork.
Landing and In Store. For sale by
Jnly 14 2 No. 189 East Bay.
CORN AND OATS.
>Kt?/l BUSHELS PRIME YELLOW CORN, I>'
? O \J \J two bushel nacks
1000 bushela Heavy Out?, in four bushel bans.
Lau din y from schooner "J. T. Williams," and for
salo by H. V. BASER A CO.,
Jnly 14 3 No. 20 Cumberland street.
Q^riA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE AND MIXED
O M \J \J Western Corn
1300 bushel? primo Teltow Corn.
In storo house and landing thia day, for sale by weight
by JNO. 8. BIRD, Jn., b CO..
July It 4 Corner Church and Tradd ata.
INLOTS TOB?IT PURCHASERS, THREE HUNDRED
AND FIFTY BALEi of selected NORTH RIVER
HAY, to arrive by the Schooner S. J. Waring. Apply
to B. FOLEY,
July 13 ? East Bay.
CORN LANDING. '
Q/^l/"i/~i BOSHEL8 WHITE CORN
?UUv/ 600 baehel? Yellow Corn.
Landing this day and for a&le by
WILLIS A OHISOLM,
Jnly 12 North Atlantic Wharf.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
S)/~\ HHDS. BACON, "SHOULDERS AND &IDES"
?i \j 60 tierces Hams, Sugar-Cured
200 barrel? Floor, Extra and Super
100 barrels Sugar, all grades
2A firkins Batter, Goshen
60 flrklna and tabs Lard, Extra and Olty
60 sacks Coffee, Java, Rio and Lsguayra
100 kegs Nails, assorted alzos
100 barrel? Whiskey, all qualities.
MANY OTHER ARTICLES too numerous to Ken
For sale at LOWEST MARKET PRICE, by
L. F. KO ESTER,
June 28 thmtulmo No. 94 Eaet Bay.
A ND IN 8TOBB
ijL ? bbls. DAVISON HAMS
? bbla. New Smoked 8m ?11 Hams
? bbls. New Smoke 1 Small Shoulders
? bbls. New Bmoked Bacon Strips
? bbla Flour, Extra, Sopor and Fine
? bbla. Self-Baiaing Flonr, 1st and 2d quality
? bbla. Sugar, Crushed. Powdered, A, ? and C
? bbls. Sauced Pigs Feet
? bbla. Pure Leaf Lard
? sacks Oeffoe. Java and Bio
26 ke?e New Butter, jnat arrived
SO tubs Prime Lard
36 half bbls. Pick 1rs
10 bbls No. I Salmon
80 hair bbla. Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel
60 bbls. Syrup and Molasse?.
WITH A OKNUiAI. ASSORTMENT OF:
SPICE8, PEPPiR, MUSTARD. 8AU0ES, N?TME08,
Mace, Cinnamon, Macearon!, Toas, Buckots, Brooms,
Druahes of all kinds, Ac, Ac., ?jo
INCLUDING A FINE ABSOBTHKNr OF:
LIQUORS, WINKS, TOBACCO AND SEOARS.
For sale low, at
MKHRTEN8 A WOHLTMANN'S,
July 13_No. 187 East Boy.
MoCARTHY COTTON GINS.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NO v MANUFACTURING
these GINS, and Is prepared to fill orders for the
coming crop. WILLIAM 8. HENEREY,
July'J mwflmo No. 814MeeUng-?treet.
BOILERS FOR SALE.
TWO THIRTY INCH CYLINDER BOILERS, TWEN
TY-FIVE long, very llttlo used. WiU be sold low,
If applied for Immediately, at
WILLIAM B. HENEBEY'8,
July 0 mwf_No. 814 Meedng-etreot.
OF THE FIRST QUALITY "OLD DOMINION
BRAND," can always be had at lowest market
prico, in any quantity, of B. 8. RHETT A SON,
Jane 19 1 Uunlmo No. 3 Exchange-street.
A LARGE LOT FOR SALE BY
fl COURTNEY, 1ESNBNT h CO ,
July 12 <$ No. 35 HaynoatreeL
EXTRA QUALITY NEW CROP
FOR SALE LOW TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT.
J08. U. RISLEY.
SMALL LOT FOR SALE LOW, T ' CLOSE CON
SIo NMENT, by JOS. H. RISLEY,
No. 110 East Bay, cornor Accommodation IViiarf.
NTo. 193 EA6T BAY.
J. S. SCHIRMER,
r\7HOLt8ALE DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOME8
?V TIORIOE. An assortment of all grades con
tantly on hand. June 38
nOYAl HAVA1A LOTTKHY OF CUBA.
^ONDLCxED BV THE SPANISH GOVERNMENi
U $360.000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVER? 8EVKNTEE?"
Prise?cashed and Information famished.
The highest rates paid lor Donoioon? and ah alad
(Old in;' Sllvir. TAYLOR * VO. Bakei?.
> 'f.-n -*a 6mo No- V Vu-iirwi, m* rjtfc,
KOll I, J Y I, 11 1MM> I._Til K Al
Atnorlcon Ship PRESIDENT FU.MORE, B
I.uco Master, is now loading at North Atlantic
Wharf, and having s portion of her cargo on
gsged, will moot with dispatch for luo above port.
For Freight ougogeuiout?, apply to
WILLIS & CUI80LM.
June 18_mwf_ Worth Atlantic Whorl.
EUROPE, 8O0TH AMERICA, WEST
INDIES, ports in too UNITED STATES
and PROVINCES. Highest rates paid
and dispatch Riven JOS. H. K13LEY.
No. 110 Esst Bay, cor. Accommodation Wharf.
WANT BID IMMEDIATKLY, A
?VESSEL to load Lumber for Now York, eighty
thousand fool capacity. Apply to
A. GETT? 4 CO..
No. 128 Mootlng-atrcot,
July 12 thstu And North Atlantic Wharf.
VK8SKL. WANTED, TO LOAD
?with lumber for Baltimore, of from fifty to
)ouo bandrod thousand f?et capacity. Apply
?to EBAUGH k MALLONEE,
July 11 12 HorlbooK'a Wharf, ?car N. E. R. R.
AND ALL L.ANDINOS ON THE SANTEE
AND WATEREE HIVEUS.
TRE NEW AND ELEGANT SIDE-WHEEL IRON
Z. B. VANCE,
OAPTAIN OHARLES McGARY,
HAVING ARRIVED, IS NOW RECEIVING FREIGHT
and will Ball ou Monday Morning, the lfith lnit., at
10 o'clock precisely, taklDg Freight through for Camdon
and intermed?alo Landings on tbo Santoo and Wateroe
Rivers at reasonable ratea.
For Froigat engagements apply to i
JAMES BROWNE, Agent.
July 13 Exchaogostroot.
FOE GEORGETOWN, S. C.
IPIX.O T IBO Y
OAPT. THOS. R. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Wednesday Morning, at 6 o'clock. Returning,
wlU leave Georgetown every Thursday Morning, at 11
Freight received the day before sailing.
For Freight or pasaage, apply to
FERGUSON k HOLMES,
N. B.? Freight (prepaid) will bo taken for Conway
boro'and Oheraw, to bo transferred at Georgetown to
steamers Little Ada and B. E. Bell._Jane I
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
CARRYING THE ?. S. MAIL.
Through in Twenty-two Days.
?TKAUSHIP8 ON IE? COHSEOTTHO OH TBK PACIFIC
ATtAMTIO, WITH TUE
SEW YORK.GOLDEN CITY
NORTHERN LIGHT.GOLDB.N AGE
3O8TABI0A.MONTANA, ko, ko.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND BPLENDU
Steamships will leave Pier No. 49 Nortb River, foot
if Canal-street, at 13 o'clock, noon, i the 1st. 11th and
list of every month (except whej .noie dates folios
londay, and then on the preceding Saturday), for A8PII\
VALL, connecting via Panama Railway with one of the
)ompony's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN
3I80O, touching at ACAPULCO.
Departures of 1st and 31st connect at Panama witt
teainers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMEBI
IAN PORTS. Thoae of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' ratet
Rowed to second cabin and steerage poesengf rs with
amUies. Also, an allowance of ONE-QUARTER or
hrough rates to clergymon and tbelr familles, and
chool teachers; soldiers having honorable discharges
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adnlt
iaggage-masters accompany baggage through and at
end to ladles and children without male protectors
taggage received on the dock the day before sailing,
rom steamboats, railroads, and passengers who prefei
o send down early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicino and at
For Passage Tickets, or farther information, apply at
he Company's Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
IANAL-8TREET, NORTH HIVER, NEW YORK.
July 3_fruo?_S- K HOLMAS tgg*.
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR FRO?
BY SAILING 8HIP8, SAILING EVERY WEEK,
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL 8TE?MERS,
ailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to on
ora New York.
Oreat Reduction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AD8TRALIA
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOCNT on Great Britain an.
?land, at the very Lowest Rates,
passengers, ou arrival in New York, will have thou
?gage removed Free, and every care bestowed oi
For Passage, aro., apply to P. BHEAHAN, No. 3X
est street, New York, or
M. M. QDINN A BROTHER,
So- 837 Kmo Stbkkt, OHonucsTOM, S. C,
id No, 1ST Broad street, opposite Monnment street,
ii'iinta. G. A. lvr Eebmarv 37
ARCHIBALD GKTTY & CO.,
siiippiiifi and Commission MercMs,
0HTH ATLANTIC WHAEP,
AND 128 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON', 8, (.
0*tty.IC. A. Souder.S. T. Sender.
fuly 7 i
FOR NEW YORK.
THE REGULAR UNITED BTATEB MAIL LINE
OF FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS,
lH'AltEllCITt I SAIlAdOSSA,
ANDALUSIA. ( OUANAOA,
THE SIDEWHEKL STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE ADOER'8 WHARF ON SATUR
DAY, JULY 21?t. at ? clock precaely.
No berth focurod until paid for.
No Freight received uuloaa ongaged at our office.
No FRF.ionT received aftor ? o'clock on Saturday.
Freight and Wharfago on poiitihable articles must bo
paid at our office.
July 19_RAVENKL A- CO.. AgonU.
New Vorli and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP ('.OJtlMNY.
FARE REDUCED T?S?35.
Leaving each Portererj Alternate Thnrsd?j.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER.
Capt. B. W. Lookwood.
Oapt. 0. P. Maimhman.
?THESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUOB
X MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodation* for Passen
gers, with table? supplied by every luxury the- New York
and Obarloaton markets can afford; and, for safety, ?peed
ma comfort, are unrivalled on the coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
OAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD,
ITTILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
W THUR8DAT. July 19. at ? o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments to New
For Freight or Pasisgo, apply at the office of the
Agents. WILLIS & OHISOLM,
North Atlantic Whirf.
Consignees in New York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOX
& CO._July 13
BOSTON ANO CHARLESTON
THE NEW A I
THEODORE. D. WAGNER,
CAPTAIN KOD.VEY '.lAXTltll,
OF ABOUT 700 TONS BUBTHEN,
18 READY TO RECEIVE FREIGHT, AND WILL
leave Boston for Charleston, S. 0., on Saturday, 28th
July, to be followed immediately by hor consort of ?ame
DANIEL LEWIS & CO., No. 0 Merchants' Row, Agents
A. J. SALINAS, Agent at Charleston. S. 0, will for
ward goods to AugiiHta, Atlanta, Columbia, Oamden,
Florence, Beaufort, Hilton Head, Jacksonville, Palabka,
Fla., Georgetown, 8. C, and all intermediate points.
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Till" SO. CA. RAILROAD COMPANY
HAVING RR.ESTABLISHED ITS RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING OFFICE. Merchandise and Pro
duce consign d to Its Agent from the interior to North
ern ports, and from Northern ports to the Interior, will
be cared lor and shipped to tho point of destination
without delay and free of commission.
Consignment? to be forwarded by sea must always be
acoompanlod by Bills of Lading and Letter of Advice,
with Instructions to insure If desired.
E. N. FULLER,
R. A F. Agent.
49* The Charlotte Times, Cheater Standard, and
Graenville Mountaineer, each oopy one week and send
billa to this office._ June 25
HABITAN AND DELAWARE HA V KAIL
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO LONG BRANCH?THE
whole distance by rail?no change of cars?no trav
elling hyS'age. On an 1 after Friday, June 1st. 1805,
thf trains on this Road will le- ve the Depot of Camden
and Atlantio Railroad Company, atCooper'a Point, Cam
den, as follow?, viz: 9.30 A. M , Ezpreis Train for Long
Branch and New York and Intermed?alo Station?; 3.3
A. M., Mall and Expresa for New Yo-k.
Returning, Trains leave Pier 33, foot of Daane-atreet,
North River, via. 8teamboat Jcbsb Hoyt; at li A. M., Ex
press Train for LoDg Branch, Camden and intermedia'
Station?; and ? P. M. for all Station? on tho Boad.
Faro to and from Now York or Long Branch, $?.
Excursion Tickets to Long Branch from Camden, $3
Jane 18 3mo WM. N*. CLAYTON, Bup't.
C?URTENAY & TRENHOLM
(LATE OF VEWBEBRY 0. H., 8. 0.,)
Iff ILL CONTINUE BUtilNESS IN0HARLB8TON, A
And will be pleased to see their frlonds at
NO. IB BOYCE'8 WHARF.
l?7M. A. OOURTENAY. P. O. THENHOJ
?ASH, BLIND AND DOOR MAKER
No. 21 Jane-street,
Mar g_ i
euoozseoa to a. lonoktt,
ffo. 88 Murpay-st., New Yor
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
I0?T0N PRESSES AND COTTON 6
HOBSE POWERS. THRESHING MACHINES
10, 11. 60 and 60 PLOWS. Canal Barrows.
And aU other Agricultural Implements, F
Bd See 'a.
FLOW OAa-AlNii? of all kinds constant!] on in
?tobera? "* rtnth