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Tlie JDaily JNTews.
THURSDAY MOltNINO, JULY 19, 1806*.
bumiu 11 ? y of Kon-I?*1 ????'
By tho America's mails, rocoivod ycstorday, wo
aro in possoesion of advicoe, in dolail, up to tho
5th, and London tolograms to the 6th. Tho tele
graph has brought ua still lator news. But it
may not bo uninteresting to onr readers to have
a resume of tho fighting of tho last days of Juno
and first day? of July.
Tho Pruaeiana aud Austrians wero engagod for
tbroo daya continuously on tho 27th, 28th and
20th. Tho forcea of Gon. Benedek wero tho
roughly oxbaustod. Tuo Austrian corps, under
Gon. Gadlekz, was completely brokon up. Tho
nuinbor of priaonora, gun*, Ac, oapturod by the
Prussians, was onormous. Tho King of Prussia
loft Berlin on tho 1st for the Jrout. He was moat
enthusiastically cltcorod by tho crowds in tho
streets, from tho Piilaco to tho railway atation.
Tho Auatrian loas on July 1 waaannouncod as
boiui< 20,000 men up to Ihat timo. Tho PruBBiau
losses, alao, wero vor yhoavy, tho onoiny'a position
Tho King of I'ruaaia arrived at Qitachon on tho
2d. A dispatch says : "The atreota everywhere
showed tho truoes of the obstinnto onaapomont
which had beon continued within tho town."
Tho junction of the Firat and Socoud Army
Oorps has been complotoly effected.
A Vienna diapiitch ?tutos that tho best posaiblo
spirit and tho most undaunted courage prevail in
the army. Tina would scarcoly bo crodinlo iu
any army but that of Austria, after the serios of
defeats und rolreats tiny havo lately encountered.
The Austrians, for tho last two hundred years,
havo hood so accustomed to be beaten, that they
take it as a matter of courso.
Tho people of Bohemia aro vory hostile to tho
Prussians. Austria is very peculiarly constituted
in this rcspoct. In times of peaco, all tho several
nationalities aro quarrelling with tho Imperial
Government, constantly on tho eve of a general
rovolt, at least so to all appearance. But the mo
ment aho is engaged iu war with a foreign enemy,
all tho several nationalities become intensely
patriotic, every man roady to dio lor his Emperor
and his country's honor. Heneo their rapid re
covery from defeat.
It is enrioua to read tho dispatches from tho
headquarters of tho two armies, giving an account
of the same transaction; or rather wo should say,
it would bo very curious, if wo had not seen tho
same thing displayed for four long yoars, on a
much more extonaive scale.
TUE BATTLE OF NACnOI).
The Fifth or Posen corps, oommanded by Gen.
von Steinmetz, on June 27, fell in with tho Austrians
at Naohod, on the Silosian frontior, twenty-fivo
miles west of Slatz. Tho losses in this first en
counter were considerable on both sidos. On the
next day General Steinmetz having been rein
forced in the night, ordered a second attack.
Tho Austrians had 60,000 mon in his front. The
battlo lasted soveral hours, terminating with tho
retreat of the Austrians?3000 of whom wero
taken prisoners, and an equal number left dead
or wounded on tho field.
On each side some ninety guns bad been at
work. The Austrian cavalry was repeatodly rout
ed by the Prusiian lancers, losing all their stand
ards, and eventually abandoning tbo field to tho
viotor. As to the Prussian infantry, it relied as
naual upon the rapidity of its fire, the three ranks
discharging at once, the first kneeling down; the
Austrians, on tho other hand, with tho impatient
temper of Sclavonian races, and wishing to make
up for the mleriority of the ir gun, bad recourse to
bayonet charges. But long before they could at
tain tho Pruasian ranks, their number, under tbo
volleys from tho needle gun, was so thinned rb to
causo tho remnant to turn about and fall to tho
rear. With true Austrian perseverance they came
on again and agniu. Tho result was torribly iden
tical in each case. In on o instance only did t hoy
succeed in crossing arms with tbo in?"-cessibio
FIOUT AT TBAUDENAU.
This place is ten miles north of Nachod. The
Prussian Guards, a splendid body of 45,000 men,
having passed from Silesia into Bohemia by tho
Landahut Puts, advauced on the 28th within a
abort distance of Traudenau. Here their ad
vance was checked by a stronger force under Gen.
Gablenz. The fight was sanguinary. Tho Aus
trians retroated, and tho Prussians advanced a
few miles further. The Austrian loss was ?OOO;
the Prussian loss 1000.
BATTLE OF MUNCHENQBATZ.
There was a third battle on the 28th, near _un
ohengratz, fifty miles west of the battle-fields
above named. Tho Prussian troops employed on
this occasion belong to the first army, under the
command of Princo Frederick Gharfea, aud had
penetrated into Bohemia from Saxony by way of
Reiohonberg. The day previous, Turnau, at the
junotion of tho North Bohemian railways, had
been occupied by them. Moving tbo be in a
southwestern direction, thoy found themselves
confronted, it is reported, by 50,000 or (10,000 Aus
trians and 20,000 Saxons. The enemy had taken
up a strong position on the top o? a hill, contest
ing tho possession of it with great obstinacy.
Of particulars, few havo come to hand, but tho
issue speaks for itself. The Prussians got as far
as Furstcnbruck, five miles south of Munchen
gratz. Aliovo 1U?0 nrisouors were sent to tho
rear, the dead and wounded ou both aides being
calculated at 3000. As tho consequence of all
these operations, and the slow but steady advance
of tho two Pi in-ii.in i-.iiuiert, approaching a com
mon ceutre from diileiont points of tho cjreum
forenco of tho country, wo see the Crown Priticc
and Princo Frederick Charles to havo reduced the
distance, between them to about forty miles. With
every step in advance mado by the royal cousins,
tho Austrians oppos'.-d to the Crown Prince run a
greater riok of being wfcdgod in between tho two
advancing armies. Trlegr.ipbio commuuic?tio?is
between tho Prince? has been already effected
along the North Bohemian railway line.
CAPTUHi; OF OITiCHEX.
On tho 20th of June tho f5ilesi.ni army captured
Gitschon, after a sanguinary struggle. Tho po~i
t ion of t 1ki A ant r?a in u pun the surrounding hills
was such aB to seem almost imprcguablo, but was
carried by tho indomuitublo courago of tho Prus
sians. This victory was of great importance?, aB
effecting' a junction between the Sileaian army and
that of the Crown Prince.
Important Drei.Ion? Tlio Liability of Con?
federate Office?* tor 1'ilvmo Property/
Seized by llicm daring the War.
[From Me Nashville Banner.)
Judge Campbell recently rendered a deoision,
involving points in which all who fought for the
"so called ' are directly interestod.
It appears that in September, 1861, Captain J.
M. Hawkins, who at that time was acting as mili
tary conductor on tho Louisville and Nashvillo
Railroad, took from a Mr. Craig, who was on his
way North, the sum of $250 in gold, in accordance
with standing orders from General Foster that all
valuable articles should be taken from persons
passing tfarouRB the linos to the ouotny. dhortly
before tho close of the war Mr. Craig illod a bill
iu the Chancery Court against Captain UaivliiuB,
then abeent in tho South, for tho recovery of the
sum in question. When Captain Hawkins arrived,
he demurrod to tho bid, on the ground that ho
waB acting under orders from Generals Fostor
and Anderson. On this acoouut the bill was with
drawn and mended so as to include, tho latter in
the responsibility desirod by the act. A second
demurrer was then cntorod, based on tho plea
that tho money was seized as a matter of military
pneau ion, and that tho net was iu accordance
with tho recognized rules of civilized war
faro. Tho decision made by Judge Campbell
austai?)\ the demurror, on the ground that the
Confederate ?tales were to be regarded ns licllig
orcnt, aud that tho defendants wero justified in
enforcing such measures as wore juatiilod by tho
laws of war.
! < ? a> ?
Vieron Ehandel's Chief Sionai. Offickk.?A
Norfolk papor May? tho principal signal olliar with
Victor Enianuers Italian forces is Colonol Viotor
Guordon, well and favorably known as a member
of the Independent Signal Corps, C. 8. A. Mr.
Guerson entered tho Confodoruto States service
as avohmteor in the First Louisiana regimont,
and was transferred to Captain 8mall's First Com
pany Signal Corns on its organization in this city
in April, 18G2. Victor Guerson was born iu House
GaBBOl, is a German Jew, and master of several
languages. It is more than probablo ho left fur
Europe with Geneul Bo i u regard, as he returned
to Louisiana after Loo's surrender.
PEU SHIP "SOUTHEllN RIGHTS,"
1 /"i ORATES OROOKEUY, CONTAINING CHAM
JLL' BEBH mid BowIb
16 crat?s Uno AsBoitod Crookory.
WIU bo sold low if app'lod for at onoe. by
July 0 mthl Mo. 78 East Ray.
JUST RECB? v -j-=--*
IN STORE AND ARRIVING.
fjr BAG8 RIO. JAVA AND ST. TO MINGO COFFEE
i O 160 bbls Extra and Fine Flour
10 bhds Primo Shoulders
5 do do mdos
60 baga Rangoon Rice
60 bbls Syrups
100 *ogf> Nails?all sizes
80 bbls Sugars, Brown, Stuart's A, B and O,
1000 saok? Liverpool 8alt
76 pacaagoB Greon and Black Tea, whole, half
and quartor chos's
76 kegs and b?rrol*> Lo?f Lard
300 boira Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Mchnapps, Wines. Brandies and Bitters
100 bbls Gibson's, and various gradeB Whistles
And a lot of otbor 8 tap lu and Fancy Groceries, too
numerous to mention.
No. 78 EaBt Bay.
July 0 rath?
LOVERS OF THE ABOVE DELICI?OS AND HRALTHY
BEVERAGES STILL 0ON IINTJE TO A88BMBLE
AT THE 8T0RE OF
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
NO. 259 KING-STREET, OPPOSITE HASEL,
To parlako of What may bo really callod a glass of
COOL AND SPARKLING
SODA WATER OR POLAR BEER.
THE FRUIT SYRUPS ARE WARRANTED MADE
from the Natural Fruits, aud not from Frenoh Ex
tracta, Oils. Acids, and Coloring Fluids, bo extensively
used and so ioju ions to tbe health.
With an experience of five years In the manufacturing
Of CODA WaTER AND SYRUPS, and with a variety of
twenty-one Syrups prepared with great car**, enables
the proprietor to assure tho Publia that he feels well
qualified to satisfy tho tastes of all that favor him with
CUT?I.I8T OF SYRUPS-OUT.
ORANGE. I BHERBET.
PINK APPLE. | MAPLE.
BOOK. I COFFEE.
ORE AM SYRUP PREPARED FRESH DAILY, and
flavored ?lib any of tho above Syrups.
Syrups by the bottle and gallon. Dealers suppllod at
July \2 , thstu
BEDFORD'S POLAR BEER.'
THEWELLKNOWN PROPERTIES OF THIS POPO
LA Band Refreshing Beverage, rodder comment
unnecessary. It is manufactured ENTIRELY FROM
KOOr8. AND ONTHEPKEMI8ES.
hinco tho lutroduotlon of this HcfrAshlog and Invigo
rating Boverage through the Polar Soda and Beor Foun
tain, It has mut with a steady sato, and every ono who
partakes of it pronounces It really delicious.
Tbe proprietor need only to assure tbe patrons of tho
POLAR BEER, that in order to retain tho reputation it
has now obtained, be will continuo to mako it from the
original recipe, feeling confident that its continued sue
cess depends entirely upon the good quality ol its
6 CENTS PER GLASS. 16 OENT8 PER QUART. 60
CENT?PER GALLON. thstu July 13
CLARETS, WIXES AND CORDIALS.
THE UNDERSIGNED CALLS TOE PARTICULAR
attention of tho CONNOISSEURS OF SUMMER
DltlNK-1, that be has received direct from the Importing
House of WM. 8. CORWIN k CO., of Now York, an in
voice of CHOICE TABLE CLARETS. WINES AND
CORDIALS, which will be dispose! ot at Now York
Tboso Wines "ro warranted IMPORTED, and as auoh
will suit tho finest taste. They need only a trial to con
vince tho consumt-r of their superior qualities. Tho fol
'.owing list embraces a portion of the .- tock on hand :
Johnstons k Son's Modoc,
Uonnecke k Co. Bouillie
Chateau Morgeau, 1851
St. Louis, 1867
Chateau Margoau, 1861
Chateau Lafltte, 1861
E. E. B. cordially extends to strangers, aa well as tho
resident public, an invitation to luepect this stock of
WINES, assuring them that a call will iucur not the
least obligation to purchase.
EVERT E. BEDFORD,
NO. 2S9 KING STREET, OPPOSITE HASEL.
July 12 thstu .
JOHN KING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KERB'S WHARF,
OFFER FOR SALB, LOW FOR CASH:
HEIDSIECK CHAMPAGNE, QUARTS AND PINTS
SHERRY WINE, in cases and in casks
MADEIRA WINE, in cases aud in casks
CLARET WINES, lu cates pinta and half pints
Cordials, In cases?a variety
BITTERS (E. O. 8elfj, In cases
BRANDIES, in cases and in caaka
OIN8, in cases and in casks
RDM, In cases
WHISKIES, in cases and in casks
ALE, in oane?, quarts and pints
LASER BEER, In quarter barrels, also, in pinte, picked,
eight dozin to tbe barrai. Smoe June 11
BREWERS OF FINE PALE ALES &P0RTER
WEST I8T-HST BET^7&8 AVE? NEW YORK.
GEO. W. CLARK & CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
HAVING TAKEN THE BOLE AGENCY" Off TBJ
above oelebratod ALB, acknowledged to br
th.? best in tbo uinikot, are now prepared to supply th?
TRADE of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand tho climate.
For sale in barr?la and hall barrels.
TRI-WEEKLY HACK LINE
BKTWEEN LAUREV8 AID NEWBBRRT.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, THE 18TH INSTANT,
tho HACK will connect with the up train on the
Orcenvllle and Col imbla Railroad on TUESDAYS,
THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS; with tho down train
on MONDAYS, WEDN1-8DAY8 and FRIDA?B.
Thus p&Sr-ongars can bo carried through from Colum
bia to Laurent In ONE DAY?arriving at Lauro b by 9
o'clock tbe sarao day thtiy loavo Columbia. Patssngors
can leave Laurens at 6 o'clock A. M. and arrive at
Colombia same day at 7 o'clock.
Every comfort is afforded passengers which could bo
expected on a stage line. T. B. ORBWS,
LsureuB, ?Tune 16, luce. thsta.mo June 21
OLDEST 1 SWISHED
IN THE CITY I
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 HIS
PRICES, which will accomplish
the desired objeot, regardless of
Annexed will be found a List
of some of the leading articles,
showing the present and former
FROCKS AND SACKS.
FINE BLACK OLOTH FULL DREBS
FROCK OOAT8.$38 $32
FINE BLAOK OLOTH FULL -BESS
FROCK COATS.%. 36 * 30
FINE BLACK OLOTH FULL DBES3
SA0K8. 20 18
FINE BLAOK OLOTH HALF LINED
8AGK8. It 11
FINE FBENOH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED 8AOK8.. 32 28
FINE FBENOH 8ILK MIXED SILK
LINED SACKS.. 31 27
FINE ENGLISH OA83. FULL LINED
SACKS. 28 22
FINE FBENOH MOUNTAIN DEW CA8S.
SKELETONSAOK. 2? 20
HABBI8 a HEY OA88. SEELETON
8A0K. 21 18
CHIYBOIT OA8S. SKELETON BACK.. 20 IS
8UPER ENGLISH MELTON SKELE
TON 8AOK. 22 18
DARK GREY AND BROWN HAIB LIN
ED OA8S. SACK. It 11
COLORED ALPACA SACK. 6 5
WHITE LINEN DUCK SACKS. .$11, $7, $6, $10. 6, 6
COLORED ALPAOA SACKS. 8 7
BBOWN AND OBEY TWEED SACK... 6 6
BROWN LINBN DUCK SACK. 0 6
BBOWN LINEN DUOK SACK. 6 4
BBOWN LINEN SUITS. SACK, PANTS
AND VEST. 10 8
BLAOK 8ILK ALPAOA SACK. 8 50 7.S0
BLAOK8ILK ALPAOA BACK. 7 6
BLACK ALPAOA 8AOK. 6 t
BLACK FRENCH DOE CA8S. PANTS..$16 13
BLACK FRENCH DOE CA8S. PANTS.. 13 11
BLAOK FRENOH DOE CA88. PANTS.. 12 10
FRENCH SILK MIXED CA88. PANTS.. 16 13
FBENOH SILK MIXED OA9S. PANTS.. 15 12
FBENOH 8ILK MIXED OA88. PANTS.. 13 10
LIGHT COLORED ENGLISH MELTON
PANTS. . 13 10
LIGHT COLORED FBENOH OASS.
PANTS. 14 11
OHIVROIT OASS. PANTS. 12 10
STRICTLY ENGLISH OASS. PANTS... 15 12
LIGHT COLORED OASS. PANTS. 7 5
HAIR-LINED OASS. PANTS. 0 8
LUPINE HAIR-LINED OA88. PANTS.. 8 7
FRENCH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 13 10
FRENCH JOINEB OLOTH PANTS. 12 9
ENGLISH DB AB D'ETE PANTS. 7 6
BLACK ALPACA LINED PANT8. 0 4.50
COLORED OA88. PANTS. 6.60 4.50
COLORED OA88. PANTS. 3 2
LINEN AND COTTON WORKING
PANTS. 2 1.60
VE ? TB
BLACK OLOTH VESTS (SILK BAOK).. 11 0.50
BLACK8ATIN VESTS.... 7 6.50
BLAOK BILK ALPAOA VESTS. 6.60 4.50
COLORED 8ILK VESTS. 7 6.50
COLORED SILK VESTS. 12 10
BLAOK AND WHITE ENGLISH CABS.
VESTS. 8 6
WLK MIXED FBENOH OASS. VESTS.. 7 6
QUEEN'S OLOTH VESTS. 5.00 4.50
HAIB-LINED OA88. VESIS. 6.60 4.50
BROWN LINEN DUCK V?iTS. 8.60 3
BBOWN LINEN DBILL VESTS. 2.60 8
WHITE MARSEILLES VEST0.$7 and 6 $6 and 6
A FULL SUPPLY OF THE
FINEST SHIRTS AND COLLARS HADE
Together with a Largo Lot of
GLOVES, NECK TIES, &c?
Which will be sold at corresponding Low Prices.
03- Tho Price ii plainly marked on each article.
Capt. B. W. MoTureous,
AB USUAL, WILL TAKE GBEAT PLEASURE IN
accommodating bis friends, and the pab'io In rodomI,
AT THIS PLACE, who are respectfully InvlteM to call.
Wffl. MATTBIBffiM, AGENT,
No. 219 King-street,
OHABIiBSTON, 8. O.
July 11 lmo
F?ll NKW lOHK 'III! MAMv
Ll**E?lho rrgulai ?.... ?.ihr. 8 J. WAR.
>INO, Pniitl?, Master, bau UiobiiUtoI bur Freight
For balauco hi lit Trr (j-bt, apply tn
Ju'y _W.11B3 WILLIAM ROACH.
?.?^ VtOS'?Kl.H wAIVTRD.- FUR
"2 EUROPE, 80?TII AMERICA, WEST
IXIlVa?TV INDIES, ports lu the UNI 1 Eu STATES
, ~~"TT' ttn<l PUOVINCE8. Highest rates paid
anddlspitcb given J08. H. RI8LEY.
r , ???* ll? ?ast ,5ay? cor- Accomuiodallon Wharf.
?..J3LA.1? T *? ^BMiBDlATBliT, A
J vessel to load Lumber for Now York, eighty
? thousand fool capacity. Apply to
' A. OETTY 4 CO.,
r , ,a ?a... Vo- 128 Meoilng-atreet,
July 13 thitu Ard North Atlantic Wharf.
VRSSEl, WANTED, TO LOAD
?with lumber for Baitlmoro, of from fifty to
?ono hundred thousand f?ot capacity. Apply
,,,t0 ,? ? ... ^A00? * MALLONEE,
July 11 12 Horlbock's Wharf, near N. E. R. B.
FOR BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.
THE FINE STEAMER
WILL TAKE FREIGHT FOR THE ABOVE PORTS,
at reasonable rates, and sail This Day, 19th last.,
at 2 o'clock P. M.
For Froight ongagome?ts apply to
STREET BROTHER8 k CO..
July 19_1_- No. Ti East Bay.
FOR NEW YORK.
! THIS NEW AND ELEOANT SIDE-WHEKL
CAPTAIN HILARY OBNAS,
HAVING UNSURPASSED PASSENGER ACCOM
MODATIONS, wUl leave North Atlantic Wharf
on i hursday, July 19, at Twelve o'clock M.
For Frulght or Passage apply to
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
July 18_2_North Atlantic Wharf.
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMfkNT.
FARE REDUCED TO $35.
Leaving each Fort erery Altern?te ThnrsdaT,
BTEAMBHIP EMILY B. 80DDEB,
Capt. R. W. Lockwooo.
Oai-t. C P. Mahbuman.
riTHESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUOsj
X MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passen
gers, with tables supplied by every luxury the New York
and Charleston markots can afford; and, for safety, spec??
?nd comfort, are unxivaUed on the coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. R. W. L00KWOOD,
nrrn.L leave north Atlantic wharf on
W THUR8DAY, July 19. at 12 o'clock M.
Liberal advances made on consignments to New
For Freight or Pasiago, apply at the office of the
Agents. WILLIS k 0HI8OLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
OoniigneesInNew York?Mesara. LIVINGSTON, FOX
es CO_July 13
FOR NEW YORK.
THE BEQTJLAB UNITED STATES MAII. LINE
OP PIEST-OLASS STEAMERS,
4VAKERCITY. I SARAGOSSA,
AN ?.M. I'SI A. | OH. AN ADA.
THE SIDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE AUGER'S WH-.RF ON SATUR
DAY. JULY 3lst. at 1 o'clock P. M., precseJy.
No berth recured until paid for.
No Freight received unless engaged at our office,
No Fbkioht received after 10 o'clock on Saturday.
Freight and Wharfage on pou?hablo articles must be
paid at our office. _
July 16_RAVENEL A CO.. Agents.
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON
THE NEW A I
THEODORE. D. WAGNER,
CAPTAIN KUD.F.V BAXTER,
OF ABOUT 700 10N8 BURTHEN,
IS READY TO RECEIVE FREIGHT, AND WILL
lo ?vo Boston for Charleston, 8. O.. on Saturday, 28th
July, to bo followed Immediately by bcr consort of same
DANIEL LEWIS k CO., No. 0 Merchants' Row, Agents
A J. SALINA8, Agent at Charleston. 8. O , will for
ward goods to Augusta. Atlanta, Columbia, Camden,
Florence, Beaufort, Hilton Head, Jacksonville, Palatika,
Fla., aourxetown, 8. 0., ana ull intermediate points.
CARPENTERS, JOI.NEKS. PATTERN AND
GEEBING VALVES AND ALL KINDS OF PAT*
TERN8 tor machinery eieontad with dispatch,
fritting i for stores and offices bpippsd to ant paut or
guixjsi Gt-iisrei ot:n;si
fMPROvu) Roller ska isl?n.* corros gins
constantly on hand. Address all ordsrs to
AND&RSO M A 80 HERME RH?N,
Rear No. *T Annatreot, New York,
?Tan? 18 mwl timo
REWIIlfAIl HK.11I IVKI.KI.? LINK.
EYERY TUtBDAY AND IHIDAY-RETURNING
W?DNEaDAY ANO BATDRDAT,
FOR NORTH AND SOUTH KDISTO, ROCK- \
\ 1I.I.K ANI> l,vrKUJu,i)i,VTW LAND
FHE FAST BTEAMER
OAPT. JOSEPH F. TORRENT,
LEAYE8 ATLANTIC WHARF AS ABOVE. TO-MOR
ROW MORNINO. July 2i)tli, at 10 o'clock. Freight
received daily nr.d Htored without extra ohsrgo. For
Freight or l'assago, apply to
CHARLES L. GUILLE AUME,
Corner East J'ay and Atlantic Wharf.
N. B.?All Freight and Chart?siou Wharfogo payable
horo. _tf8__July 10
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. 0.
CAPT. TH08. R. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODA'ION WHARF EVERY
Wednesday Morning, at 6 o'clock. Returning,
will leave Georgetown overy Thursday Morning, at 11
Freight received tho day before sailing.
For Freight or passage, apply to
FERGUSON h HOLMES,
N. B.? Freight (propald) will bo tnkon for Gonway.
boro' and Ohoraw, to be transferred at Georgetown to
steamora Llttl?? Ada and R. E. Boll._June 4
OAPT. THOS. B. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF ON1
Friday Morning, at 8 o'clock.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FtRGUSON h HOLMES,
July 18 2 Accommolatlon Wharf.
| PACIFIC MAIL ST^MSllIP C0MPAN? _
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL
Through in Twenty-two Days.
STEAMHIirr-S OK TOE COHNEOTTKa OK THE PaoHTIC
Atlantic, with the
NEW YORK.GOLDE* OITY
NORTHERN LIGHT.GOLDEN AGE
008TABIOA.MONTANA, ko., ha.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND 8PLEND?
Steamships will leave Pier No. 12 North River, foe
of Canal-street, at 19 o'clock, noon, ithe 1st, 11th an?!
aut of every month (except whoa .hose iluten fall or
Sunday, and then on tho preceding Saturday), for ASPIh
WALL, connecting via Panama Railway with one of tbe
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN*
CISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
Departures of let and "?1st connect at Panama with
steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAI, AMERL
OAN PORTS. Those of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' ratea
allowed to second cabin and steerage paRseng? rs with
families. Also, an allowance of ONE-QUARTER on
through rates to clergymen and their familles, a?.
school tendiera; soldiers having honorable dischargr
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to eacb ad nit
Boggago-njasters accompany baggage through and at
tend to ladles and children without male protectora
Baggage received on tho dock the day before sailing
from st earn b oat fv railroads, and passengers Who pre fa1
to send down early. . V
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicino and at
For Passage Tickets, or further Information, apply a
tbe Company's Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
CANAL-STREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORE.
July 3_8mos_S K HOLM AN. A^en*.
PASSAGE REDUCED I
CHEAP PASSA OB TO Oll FROH
BY BAILING SHIPS, SAILING BVEBY WEEK
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Billing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to
from New York. * ?
Great R?duction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain
Ireland, at the very Lowest Rates.
Passengers, on arrival In New York, will have I
baggage removed Freo, and every oars bestowed
For Passage, Ac, apply to P. IfHEAHAN, No.
West street. Now York, or
M. M. QDINN & BROTHER.
No. ?597 Kiko 8tb_bt, Cbablxstoh, 8. O.,
And No. 187 Broad street, opposite Monument st
Ausuata. G. A lyr February
THE SOUTHERNER 18 PURLI8HED REGULAI
every FRIDAY MORNING, at Darlington Gc
Honse, 8. 0., by JAMEH M. BROWN, and Edited.a
W. BO D, Esq. It has Jnst oommenoed Its 8I"*i
VOLUME under very flattering ansplooa. It _i
sheet, Is printed on the best of paper, and the pj
Is determined to spare nolther labor nor exf
making it worthy ot tbe largest patronage,
good and rapidly growing circulation among i
era and Merohanta of Darlington Dlstnot, _i
Pee Dm country .ItoSers strong _dac?omcnu|
Merchants and other* rtealroui? ol rrmWin? the
known t orovgh the madlam of advert!auaaaf?