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Tlae Daily JSTews.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, I860.
TUB FilK-DM^M'S UUJtKAU DILL.
The tolegraph yesterday announced tho veto of
tho President to tbiB second Froodmon'e Bureau
Bill; and with an importinonco unparalleled in tho
history of legislativo assemblies, tho voto was
votood on tho epot by both houseo of Congress.
This bill being now a law, wo lay it boforo our
AN ACT TO CONTINUE IN fOHCE AND TO AMEND " AN
ACT TO ESTAHLISU A HUUKVU FOB THE RELIEF OF
FBEEDMEM AND BEKUOKES, " AND FOB OTBEB FOB
Section 1. That the Act to establish a Bureau
for tho roliof of freodmon and refngeos, approvod
March third, eighteen hundred and eixty-flve,
shall couiinuo iu force tor tbo torm of two years
from and aftor the passsgo of this Act.
Sec. 2. That the supervision and care of said
Buroau shall extend to all loyal refugees and
froedmon, so far aa tho same shall bo necessary
to onablo them as speedily aa practicable to bc
coiiio solf-snpportinK citizona ot tho United Statos,
and to aid thorn in making the freedom conferred
by proclamation of tho Commander in-Chiof, by
omanoip&lion under the laws of the Statos, and by
constitutional umoudinent, available to them aud
benofloial to tho Republic.
Bec. 3. That tlio President shall, by and with
tho advice and consent of tbo Sontto, appoint two
Assistant Commissioners, iu addition to thoso
authorized by the Act to which this is an amend
ment, who shall givo liko bonds aud rcooivo tbo
samo animal salarios provided iu said Act, aud
eaoh of tho Assistant Commissioners of tho Bureau
shall have charge of ono district containing such
refugoos or frcodmcii, to bo assigned him by tho
Commissioner, with the approval of the Proeideut.
Aud tbo Commissioner shall, undor tbo direction
of tbo President, nnd so far as tho samo shall be,
in bis jodsmmii, necessary for tho eiliciuut aud
economical administration of tho alTiirs of tho
Bureau, appoint mich agonts, clerks, and assist
ants as may bo required for the proper couduct
of tho Bureau. Military officer h or enlisted mon
may bo detailod for service and assigned to duty
under thu A.cl ; and tbo President mttv, if in his
judgment safe aud judicious so to do, detail from
tlio army nil Lbu oincera and agents of this Bu
reau ; but no officer so assigned shall havo in
croaso of pay or all iwancos. Euch agont or clork,
not heretofore authorized by law, not being a
military oftici r, shall have an annual salary of not
loss than five hundred dollars nor moro than
twolvo huiHU'Lil dollars, according to the eorvico
roquircd of him. And it shall bo tho duty of tlio
Commissioner, when it cm bo dono consistently
with public interest, to appoint, bb assistant com
missioners, ?guilts and clerks, auch mou as havo
proved their loyally by faithful service in tho
armies of tbo Union during tbo rebellion. And
all persons appointed to service under thia Act.
and the Act to which this is an arnoudinont, shall
bo so far deemed in tlio military aervico of tho
Unitod SU' osas to bounder tbo military juris
diction and entitled t?> tho military protection of
the Government while iu tho discharge of tho du
ties of their office.
Sec. 4. That officers of tho Veteran Reserve
Corps or of tho volunteer service, now on duty in
tho Freed?Oil's Buroau as Assistant Commission
ers, Agents, Medical Officers, or iu otlior capaci
ties, whoso regimculs or corps have boeu or may
hereafter bo mustered out of service, may bo ro
taiucd upon such duty as officers of said Bureau,
wilh the same compensation as ia now provided
by law for their rotpectivo grados; aud tho Secre
tary of War shall havo power to till vacancies
until other officers can bo detailed iu their places
without detriment to the public, service.
Sec. 5. That the second section of tho Act to
which tins is an amendment shall bo deemed to
authorize the Secretary of War to iasue auch modi
oal atores or other supplioa and transportation,
and afford auch modio?l or other aid aa may bo
needful for tbo purposes named in said section:
Provided, Tiiat no pereou shall bo doomed "desti
tute," "suffering," or "dependent upon tbo Gov
ernment for support," within tho meaning of this
Act, who is able to lind employment, and could,
by proper industry or exertion, avoid such destitu
tion, sutl'eriiTr, er de.poudouce.
Sec. (5. Whereas by tbo provisions of an Act ap
proved February sixth, eighteen hundred and
eizty-tbrcc, entitled "an Act to amend an Act en
titled 'an Act for tho collection of direct taxes in
insurrection try districts within the United States,
and for other purposes,' approved .Tuno seventh,
eighteen hnudred und eixiy-tivo," certain lands
in the parishes of Samt Helena end Saint Lake,
South Oaroltufl, ..? : a bid in by the United Slates
at public tax salea, and by the limitation of said
Act tbo time ot redemption of ?aid lands b:\*
expired; and, wlierean, in accordance with instruc
tions leaned by Pr^i Ment Linoolu on tbo Kith day
of September, eighteen hundred and sixty-three,
to tho United Statos Diteet Tax Oommi wieners for
South Oaroliua.enrlBiu lands bid in by the United
States in tbo parlai) of Saint Helena in said State,
were, hi part, 3 rid ?>y the said Tax Omumiesionsn
to "beads of families of the African race" in par
cola of not mure than twenty acres to cacli pur
chaser; and, whereas, under tho ?aid instructions
tho said Tjx Commissioners did also set apart as
aobooi-faruiV' certain pare?la of laud in said
parish, numbered on their ?data from ono to
thirly-three. incltuivc, making au aggrcgato of
six thousand aeree, more or lesa : Therrfore, be it
further mooted, That tlie sales made to "heads of
families of tlio African race," under tbo instruc
tions of President Lincoln to the Uuited States
Direct Tax Commissioners for South Carolina, of
dato of September sixteenth, eighteen hundred
and aixty-tnroc, are hereby coi firmed aud estab
lished; and all lcasea which bu.vo been made to
auch "hcada of families" by said Direct Tax Com
missioners shall ho changed into certificates ot
salo in all cases wherein tho leaae provides for
auch substitution; and all tho lauds now remain
ing unsold which come within tbo Baid deaigna
tion, being eight thousand acres, more or Iobs,
shall bo disposed of according to said instructions.
Seo. 7. That nil other lands bid in by tlio Uni
ted States a: tax ?alea, boiug thirtr-eigut tbou
aand acres, more or loss, and now' in the handa
of the said Tax Commissioners as tho prop? rty of
tho Uuited States, iu the Parishes of St. Helena
and 8t. Luke, oxcepting tho "aohool farms," aa
specified in tbo procoding section, and eo much aa
may bo necessary for military and naval purpuat-a
at Hfiton Head, Bay Point, and Land's End, and
oxcepting alto tho city of Port Poyal, on St. Hclo
na Island, and the town of Beaufort, shall be dis
posed of in parcels of twenty acros, at ono dollar
and fifty centa per acre, to such persons, and to
suob only, as havo acquired and aro now occupy
ing lands under and agreeably to the provisions
of Gen. Sherman's special field order, dated at
Bavannah, Georgia, January sixteenth, eightoon
hundred and sixty-five, and the remaining lands
ir any, Bhall be disposed of in like manner to such
persons as had acquired lands agreeably to the
said ordor of General Sherman, but who havo
peon diBpoBBOBBod by the restoration of tho aamo
to former owners: Prooided, That tho lands aold
?r?]SV1,ano,rrllh uth,? Pr?vieious of this and tho
preceding Bee ion shall not bo alienated by tboir
____!_? *_?*& Bix -vo?ta from ft?d af'or the
passage of this Act.
Seo. 8. That tho "school farms" in tho Parish
of St. Helena, South Carolina, shall be sold, aub
Ject to any leases of the samo, by the said Tax
Commissioners, at public auotion, on or boforo
thei first diy of January, eighteen hundrod and
Bixty-Bovon, at not leas than ten dollara por acre
and the lota m tbo city of Port Boyal, as laid
down by tbo said Tax Commissioners, aud tbo
lots and houses in tho town of Beaufort, which
are still held m ako manner, shall bo aold at pub
lic auction; and tho proceeds of said salea after
paying expenses of tho surveys and eales, aiiall be
invested 111 United Statos bonds, tho interest of
which shall bo appropriated, under tho direction
of the Commissioner, to ibo support of schools
without distinction of color or race, on tho isl
ands in the Parishes of taint Helena and Saint
Sec. 0. That the Assistant Commissioners for
South Carolina a dGeorgia are hereby authorized
to examino all claims to land in their rospootive
States, which aro claimed undor tho provisions of
Gonoral Hherrann'8 Special Field Order, and to
give each person having a valid claim a warrant
upon tho Direct Tax Commissioners for Bouih
rit roUP*f?r twenty aerea of land, and tho aaid
direct Tax Commissioners shall issue to every
person, or to hia or her heirs, but in no oaso to
any assigns presorting euch warrant, a lease of
twenty ?ores of lend, as provided for in Section 7,
for tho torna of ais yrarn; but at any time tbert>
aftor, upon tbo pnymcut of a uum not exceeding
one dollar and fifty conta por aero, tito ppre-ni
holding euch iosbu ehall bo entitled to a cortilicate
of ealo of eaid tract of twonty aero? from tho Di
rect Tax ComitiiHHioner or Blieb oflicor as may be
authorized to isauo tho name; but no wairautnliall
bo hi'ld valid longer than two yeara after tho iaauo
of tbo ?amo.
Seo. 10. That tbo direct Tax CoranusBiouora for
South Caroltua aro hereby authorized and requir
ed, at tho earliest day practicable, to aurvoy tho
lauda doaignatod in section 7 into lots of twenty
aorea oacb, with propor metuB aud bounuB dis
tinctly marked, so that the eevoral tracta shall bo
convoniont in form, and aa noar ae practicable
have an avorajro of fortiUty and woodland; and
the expense of auch aurvoya ehall bo paid from
tho proceeds of sales or said lands, or, if sooner
required, out of any monoye received?for othor
lauds on these island*, sold by the United Statou
for taxos, and now iu tho hands of tho direct Tax
Seo. 11. 'Jhat restoration of tho lands now oc
cupied bv persons under General S erman'a epe
cial fiold'order datod at Savannah, Georgi <, Janu
ary sixteenth, eigbtcon hundred and tsixty-five,
shall not bo mado until tho crops of tho present
year shall havo boon gathered by the occupants of
said lauds, nor until a fair compensation shall
?avo boen mado to them by tho former owners of
Baid lands, or thoir logal representatives, tor all
improvements or betterments erected or con
structed tbcroon, and after duo notice of tho samo
being dono shall havo been given by the Assistant
Sec. 12. That tho Commissioner shall havo
powor to soizo, hold, uso, lease or sell all build
ings aud tenements, and any lands appertaining
to tho same, or otherwise, luid under claim of
tillo bv tho late so-oalled Cuifedorato States,
and any buildings or lands held in trust for tho
same by any person or poraona, and to uso tho
same or appropriate tho proeouda dorivod there
from to tho education of tho frood peoplo ; and
whonovor tlia Bureau shall coaBO to oxist. such of
tho lato so-called Confodorate States aa shall havo
made provision f r tho education of their Citizens
without distinction of color shall receive the sum
remaining unoxpended of such sales or rentals,
which shall bo distributed among said States for
edueiittonil purposes in proportion to thoir popu
Sec. 13. That tho Commissioner of tliis Bureau
shall at all times co-oporato with piivato benevo
lent associations of citizens in aid of Iroodmcn,
aud with agents and teachers, duly accredited
and appointed by thorn, and sb:?ll biro or provide
by lease buildings for purposes of oducatiou
wlionovtr auoh associations shall, without cost to
the Government, pr?vido niitublo teachers and
moans of instruct inn; and lie shall furnish such
protection ns may bo requirod fur tho Bafo con
duct of such schools.
Sec. 14. '1 hut in every Stata or district whoro
the ordinary courso of 'judicial proceedings has
been interrupted by the rebellion, and until the
samo shall bo fully restored, and in overy Stale or
district whoso constitutional relations to tho Gov
ernment havo boon practically discontinued by
the rebellion, and until such SUto ?ball have boon
restored in such relations, and shall bo duly
represented in tho Congress of tho United States,
tho right to make and euforco contracts, to sue,
bo parties, and give evidence, to inherit, pur
chase, lease, sell, hold, and convoy real and per
sonal property, and to havo full and equal benefit
of all laws and proceedings concerning personal
liberty, porsonal security, and tbo acquisition,
onjoymont and disposition of estate, real and
personal, including the constitutional right to bear
arma, shall bo secured to and enjoyed by all the
citizons of BHch State or district without rospoct
to raco or color, or previous condition of slavery.
And whonovor in either of said States or distric s
tho ordinary course of judicial procoodings has
been interrupted by tho rebellion, and until tho
samo shall be fully restored, and until such State
shall have been restored in its constitutional rela
tions to the G.jvornmont, and shall bo duly repre
sented in tbo Congress of tho United States, tho
President ahall, through tho Commissioner and
tho officers of the Bureau, and other Buch rules
aud regulations as the President, through the
Secretary of War, shall prescribe, extend military
protection and havo military jurisdiction over ail
cases and questions concerniiiir tho freo enjoy
ment of such immunities and rights, and no penal
ty or pnuitdiment for any violation of law shall bo
imposed or permitted because of race or color,
or previous oondition of slavery, other or greater
than the penalty or punishment to which white
persons may ho liable by law for tbo like offbnee.
But tho jurisdiction conferred by thin section up
on tho officers or tita Unrein shall not exist in
any State where tho ordinary course of judicial
proceedings has not been Interrupted by the ro
BolUon, ntnl shall COftso in every Stale when the
Courts of the?tats and tita United ?Siutc? ere not
disturbed in llio peaceable courso uf justice, and
alter such State shall bo fully restore.1 in its con
stitutional relations to tlie Gam rmiio.nl, and shall
be duly represented iu the Congress of the United
8_C 13. That nil officers, agent*, employees of
this Bureau, before entering upon the duties oi
their office, ?hall take tho oath prescribed in the
first section of the Act to which ihii is an amend
ment; und ?Il Acte or parts of Acts inconsistent
with the provisions of this Act aro hereby repealed.
THE PPBLIO ABE ItEBPIiCTFnLLY INFORMED
that thcHo highly esteemed UlTTEIl? are now made
by iho samo pir?>on who m.i'i? then for over twonty
years tor Jamos Moorhead. lie having the original re
ceipt, can confidently recoruntei d them equal to any
mado during Mnoihoad's lift? limo.
So'd iu quantities to B?lt purchase*rs at No 99 CAL
HOUN-STU-fcT, south atdo, between Jl.ctlng and An
huh streets. JAMiCS MoKEAN.
July It in,o
BREWERS OF FIHE P?^fi?Efe
WEST I8^S^BET^7 ol8AVE? NEWV?RK;;
UEO. W. CLARK & CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
HAVING TAKEN THE SOUS AQENOY OF Till
above celebrated ALK, acknowledged to be
the host in the market, are now prepared to supply th?
TBADE of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand the climate.
For salo in barrels and half barrels.
JOHN KING & COS
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KERB'S WHARF,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASHt
HEID8IEOK CHA ?PAGNE, QTJART3 AND PINTS
SHKRBY WINE, m ca?fs and in casks
MADEIRA WIVE, in cases and iu casks
OLARET W?NE8, in caios pints sud half pints
C.i >RDI ALS, In c&BOB?a variety
BITTEK8 (E. O. fiolf;, in esses
HIIANDIE8, in cases and In csaks
(itNo, In cat-cs and In casks
HUM, In caaes
wuiHKiErt, in caaes and in casks
ALE, in casto?, quarts and pints
LA?iKit BEEB, In quarter barr?is, also In pint-,packed.
eight dosas to tho barreL 3mo>- <uu*-U
W-0__S___ AND BETAIL DKALHB I?
MILLINERY AND FANCF GOODS,
DRY GOODS TOYS __o.
At Mo. Me? K1N0.8TRKET, Crmrlsoton, tf.C
AT NEW -OBK PB?0K8.
_*fi?^ Sf^T?i'iL ?*? * ???yfo_ two i_q-__>, saa mm
A-Dito t__ oiLoe, jyx N >v?me m U
IN THE CITY !
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 DOWK HIS
PRICE3, which will accomplish
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.
FINE BLACK OLOTE FULL DBES3
FROCK COAT8.$38 $32
FINE BLACK CLOTH F?LL DRESS
FROCK COATS . 35 30
FINE BLACK OLOTH FOLL DBE33
8A0K8. 20 18
FINE BLACK OLOTH HALF LINED
8ACK8. 14 11
FINE FRENCH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED 8AOK3 . 32 23
FINE FRENCH 81LK MIXED SILK
LINED SACK8. 31 27
FINE ENGLISH OA88. FULL LINED
BACKS. 20 22
FINE FRENCH MOUNTAIN DEW CA8S.
SKELETON SACK. 21 20
HARRIS ORE- OASS. SKELETON
SACK. 21 18
OH1VROIT OASS. SKELETON SAOK.. 20 16
SUPER ENGLISH MELTON 8KELE
TONSAOK. 22 18
DARK GREY AND BROWN HAIR LIN
ED CAS3. SACK. 14 11
COLORED ALPACA SACK. 0 6
WHITE LINEN DDCK SACKS..$11, $7, $C, $10, G,5
COLORED ALPACA SACKS. 8 7
BROWN AND GREY TWEED SACK... 6 5
BROWN LINEN DOCK SACK. ?I 5
BROWN LINEN DDCK SACK. 5 4
IJROWN LINEN SUITS, SACK, PANTS
AND VEST. 10 8
BLACK ULK ALPAGA SACK. 8 M 7.50
BLACK SILK ALPACA HACK. 7 G
BLACK ALPACA .SACK. 5 4
I:LACK PRESCH DOE OASS. PANT8..$10 13
BLACK FRENCH DOE CASH. PANTS.. 13 11
BLACK FRENCH DOE CASH. PANTS.. 12 10
FRENCH 8ILK MIXED CAS8. PANTS.. 10 13
FRENCH SILK MIXED OASS. PANTS.. 15 12
FRENCH SILK MIXED CASS. PANTS.. 13 10
LIGHT COLORED ENGLISH MELTON
PANTS. 13 10
LIGHT COLORED FRENCH OASS.
PANTS. U 11
OHIVROIT OASS. PANTS. 12 10
8TR1CTLY ENGLI8H OAS9. PANTS.,. 16 12
LIGHT COLORED OASS. PANTS. 7 5
HAIR-LINED OASS. PANTS. 0 8
LUPINE HAIR-LINED CAS8. PANTS.. 8 7
FRENCH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 13 10
FRENCH JOINER CLOTH PANTS. 12 9
ENGLISH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 7 6
BLACK ALPACA LINED PANTS. 6 4.50
COLORED CA8S. PANTS. 6.60 4.50
COLORED OA88. PANTS. 3 2
LINEN AND COTTON WORKING
PANTS. 2 1.60
A^E 8 XS
BLAOK OLOTH VESTS (SILK BAOK).. 11 0.50
BLACK SATIN VESTS. 7 6.50
BLACK SILK ALPACA VESTS. 0,00 4.60
COLORED BILK VESTS. 7 5,50
COLORED SILK VESTS. 12 10
BLAOK AND WHITE ENGLISH OASS.
V_8T8. 8 6
SILK MIXED FBENOH OASS. VESTS.. 7 5
QUEEN'S CLOTH VESTS. 6.50 4.50
HAIR-LINED 0AS8. VESTS. 6.50 4.50
BHOWN LINEN DUCK V-8T8. 8.60 8
BROWN LINEN DRILL VESTS. 2.60 2
WHITE MARSEILLES VE8TD. $7 and 6 $0 and 5
A FULL SUPPLY OF THE
FINEST SHIRTS ADD COLLARS HADE
TogBthor with a Largo Lot of
GLOVES, NECK TIES, &c,
Which will ba aold at correspond In? Low Price?.
03? The Price Is plainly marked on each article.
Capt. B. W. McTureous,
AS USUAL. WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN
accommodating bli friends, and tbo pabilo In gonersl,
AT THIS PLACE, ?bo aro retpectfally Invited to call.
Wl MAT??, AGENT,
UTo. 219 King-street,
a _=_:__._-____ s _: o ?x, e. o.
Job/ U Uno
A COMPLETE ASS(
No. 43?S? I
I.1 ou l>IVERPOOL,-THGAl
American Ship PRESIDENT FIjuHOBE, B I
Luco Master, Is now loading at North Atlantic j
Wharf, and having a portion of nor cargo en
gagod, will mcot with dispatch for tho above, port.
For Frolght engagements, apply to
WILLIS h CHI80LM,
June 18 mwf "North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR?bW Y???K-DlKfl< IIANT??
LINE?Tho regular packet sehr. 8. J. WAR
UNO, Smith, Master, has the bulk of her Frolght
For balance light Freight, apply to
July 18_wthaS_WILLIAM ROAOH.
VKS-Kl.s WANT P.D.?FOR.
.'.' EUROPE. 80?TU AMERIOA, WEST
il_t_Tr INDIES, ports in tho UNITEO 8TATE8
rir?r'. and PROVINCES. Highest rates paid
and dispatch piven JOS. H. KISLEY.
No. 110 East Bay, cor. Accommodation Wharf.
VE?SE WANTWD, TU IiUAD
' with lumber for Baltimoro, of from fifty to
>ono hundred thousand f-ot capacity. Apply
?to EBAUGn ft MALLONEE,
July 11 12 Horlbeck'? Wharf, near N. E. B. R.
TnE VERY FAST
CAPT. TBOS. B. rAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF ON
Friday Morning, at 8 o'clock.
For Freight or Passage, npply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES,
July 18 a Accommo latiou Wharf,
OAPT. THOS. R. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVEBY
Wednesday Morning, at G o'clock. Returning,
will leave Georgetown every TAurtday Morning, at 11
Frelpht received tho day boforo sailing.
For Freight or passage, apply to
FERGUSON k HOLMES,
N. B.? Freight (prepaid) will bo tahou for Conway
boro' and Cho^aw, to bo transferred at Georgetown to
steamers Littl Ada and R. E. Doll. Juno 4
FOB NEW YORK.
Til? NEW AND ELKGANT SIDK-UHKKL
CAPTAIN HILARY CENAS,
HAVING rjS<**CRPA8SED l"i<3SEXGF.R ACCOM
MODAT1?NH. will leavo North Atlantic Wharf
on ' ?itirsJay, July 10, nt Twelve o'clock M.
For Freight or Fussugo apply to
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
July 18 2 _North Atlantic Wharf.
r\Tcw York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COM^Nf.
FARE REDUCED TO $25.
Gearing each Port crery Alternate Thursday.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. BOUDEE,
Oapt. B. W. Looewood.
OAPT. O. P. MillbUMAN.
THESE STEAMSHIPS. OFFERING EVERY ?NDUOB
MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TBAVELINC
PUBLIO, having superior accommodations for Passen
gers, with tables supplied by every luxury the New York
tnd Charleston markets can afford; and,for safety, speel
*.nd comfort, are unrivalled on the coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
OAPT. R. W. LOOKWOOD,
fTTILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
W THURSDAY, July 19. at 12 o'olook M.
Liberal advances made on consignments to Raw
For Frolght or Pasiago, apply at the office, of tho
Agent?. WILLIS h OHISOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Oonilgnoos In New York?Measrs. LIVINGSTON, FOX
FOR NEW TORE.
THE REGULAR UNITED BTATE8 MAIL LINB
OF FIR8T-OLASS STEAMERS,
dVAKEKCIT?. I SARAGOSSA,
ANDAL.U81A. I Q it AN AD A,
THE BIDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE ADGER'S WH\BF ON SATUR
DAY. JULY 91 at. at ? clock procsoly.
No bonh ?soured until paid for.
No Freight received od'cm engaged at or.r office.
No Fbiuqbt received after ? o'clock on Saturday.
Freight and Wharfage on peitahable articles must he
paid at oor offloe. _
July 10 BAVHNKL ft 00.. Agenta,
lETMENT OF THE
ML E X> GOODS
-X-J_- _a_L -L
C & COHEN'S,
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON
THE NEW A I
THEODORE. I). WAGNER,
CAPTAIN ttOOstCY HAMl,l(,
OF ABOUT 700 1 ON8 BURTUEN,
IS READY TO RECEIVK FREIGHT, AND WILL
Icavo Boston for Oharleatoti, 8. (!., um Saturday, '?8th
July, to bo follow od immediately by hor consort of same
DANIEL LEWIS & CO., No. 9 Merchants" Row, Agenta
A. J. 8ALINA8, Agent at Oliarles'on. R. C , will for
ward goods to ?aguata, Atlanta, Columbia, Canill?n,
Florence, Beaufort, Hilton Heatl. Jur'ii? mville, Palatika,
Pia., Georgetown, 8. C, ana ull intvrmcdiatj points.
PACIFIC MAIL STi AMS1IH? COMPARTO
CARRYING THE ?. S. MAIL.
Through in Twenty-two Days.
STZA-smrs on the Cohnecttno on the Paockto
Atlantic, with the
NEW YORK.GOLDEN CITY
NORTHERN LIGHT.GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, ko, &0.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID
Steamships will Uav?. Pier No. 42 North River, foot
of Canal-stroot, at 13 o'clortt. noon, i tin? 1st, 11th an
riet of ovcry mouth (except vvhe.i .hose dates fall on
Sunday, and thou on tho procodlng Saturday ), for AS PIN
WALL, connoctlng via Panama Uailway with ono of the
Company's SteamshipB from Panama lor SAN FRAN
CISCO, touching ut AOAPITLCO.
Departures of 1st and 21st connect at Panama with
sleamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
OAN PORTS. Those of this 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from ateaiuora' ratea
allowed to second cabin and item|M passengf re with
fitmllies. AIbo, an allowance of ONE-QUARTER on
through ratii.i to clergymen and their families, and
school teacher*; soldiers having honorable discharges,
uno _?__red pounds baRRftRe allowpil to each adult.
DaBnaiie-m-stera ticcempuny liaKgaijo through and at
tend to ladies and children without main protectors.
Uaggago received on the dock the day buiuro sailing,
from steamboats, railroad?, ami passeng?ra who prefer
to scud down early.
An experienced Surgeon ou board. Medicine and at
For Passage Ticket'?, or further information, apply at
the Company's Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT OV
CANAL-STREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
July 3 viupc s K Ho.man Ver?.
PAS3AQE REDUCED !
cheap passage: to or pros
BY HAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEBE.
AIbo, by the
SPLENDID WAITj BTEAiffiRS.
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and
from New York.
Great R?duction in Ears to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain ana
Ireland, at tlio vory Lowest Ratos.
Passengers, on arrival In New York, will Lavo their
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed on
For Passage, &o., apply to P. BREARAN, No. 221
Wert Btreet, Now York, or
M. M. QUDiN & BROTHER,
No. 027 Kiho Street, Ohabjuestoh, 8.C,
And No. 187 Broad street, oppooite Monnment street,
Auousta. G. A. lyr February 27
THE SU. CA. RAILROAD COMPANY
HAVING RK-ESTABLISHED ITH RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING OFFIOE, Merchandise and Pro
duce consign d to its Agent from the in .>-rlor to North
ern po -t?, and from Northern ports to the Interior, will
be cared lor and shipped to tbo point of destination
without delay a-ul free of commission,
Consignments to bo forwarded by ara must always be
accompanied by Billa of Lading and Letter of Advice?
with inatruottona to Insure H desired.
E. N. FULLER,
R. A F. Agent.
jff*y The Charlotte Times, Chester Standard, and
Greenville Uonntalneor, each copy one week and send.
bills to tuls office._Jnne 2&
RARITAN AND DELAWARE BAY RAIL
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO LONG BRANCH?THE
whole dlHiauco by rail?no change of cars?no trav.
siting hy8iage. On an! after Friday, Juno 1st, 18??,
the trains on this Road will le<ve the Depot of Oamden
and Atlantic Railroad Company, atCOoper'a Point, Cam
den, as IbUows, viz: 020 A. M , Express Train for Long
Branch and Now York and Intermediate ?Rations; 3.80
A, M? Mail and Express fov New Yo k.
Returning, Tra?na leave Pier 82, foot of Duane-street.
North River, via Steam boat Josse Uoyt; at 11 A. M., Ex
press Train for Long Branch, Camden and Intermediate
Stations; and ? P. M. for all Stations on tne Road.
Faro to and from New York or Long Branch, $1,
Excursion Ticket? to Long Branch from Oamden, S3.
Jnne 18 Smo WK, N. CLAYTON, Snp't