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Tlie JDaily Newa
MONDAY MORNING, JULY 23, I860.
BY YESTERDAY'S MAIL.
Tho Sonato has passed an important bill fot
tho paymont of the National dobt.
Aa passed, and sont to the Houao, it ie in the
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre
aentatiot's of the United States of Aynerica in Con
gress assembled, That in liou of tho sinking fund
contemplated by tho fifth section of tho act en
titled An act to uutborizo tho issue of United
Sta'cs note?, mid fur tho redemption or funding
thereof, and for funding tho floating dobt of tho
United StatCB," approved Fobruary 25, A. D. 1802,
thoro shall bo anuuallv applied to tho payinout of
tho principal ami interest of tho public dobt, tho
sum of $180,000,0(10 for which sum is hereby ap
propriated for that purpose, out of any money not
othorwiao appropriated, and so much of ?aid sum
aa is not roejuirod to pay the accruing intorost on
said debt shall bo applied to tho purchaBoor pay
ment of auch of tho public debt aa the Socretary
of tho Treasury shill from timo to timo direct.
Seo. 2. And be it further enacted. That for tho
parposo of enabling the Secretary of tho Troa
aury to prepare for tho funding or payment of.tbe
outstanding treasury untes bearing iutcroat at
tho rato of aovon and throe-tenths per con turn
per annum, holders of such notos are hereby ro
quirod to aiiviao tho Secretary of tho Troaaury iu
auoli manner as ho may proscribo, at ?cant four
months before tho maturity of auch notes,
whether Hioy elect that dich Lotea shall bo paid
at maturity, or shall bo converted into bonds of
tho United States, commouiy doaiguatod as llvo
twonty bonds, ami tho ri,-ht on tho part of such
holders of convorling such troaaury notos into
bonds, ahall bo doomed and taken to bo waived
as to each and every note in relation to which
notioo shall not bo given as abovo proscribed, and
tho the aamo anall bo paid at maturity in lawful
money of the United Statca.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That all money
received .into the Troaaury of tho United States
for duties on imported goods shall bo specially
?et apart and applied to tho purposes following,
Firslttflo tho paymont of bo much of tho in
tereat of the public debt as is payablo in coin.
?Second, To the paymont, as it matures, of tho
prinoipal of the public debt. Third, To tho pay
mont of euoh appropriations by Congress as are
required to be paid in coin. When tho amount of
ooin in the Troaaury exoeeds $50.000,000, tho ex
cess ahall be Bold in open market in tho oity of
New York, for United States notes, under salos to
be prescribed by the Secrotary of the Treasury, '
and tho notes received therefor shall be cancelled.
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That from and
aftor the first day of January, Anno Domini 1867,
tho lawful monoy to bo held on hand by tho Na
tional Banking Associations, under the thirty
first section of the act, entitled "Au act to pr?vido
a national currenoy, scoured by a pledgo of Unit
ed States bonds, and to pr?vido for the circulation
and redemption thereof," apnrovod June 3, 18*34,
shall not consist in whole or in part of intorest
beariog noteu or bonds.
THE OONBLINQ-FB? CASE.
A Oommittoo of the Houso of Representatives
which had under consideration certain chargea of
fraud made against Mr. Conkmno, a member of
tho House, by Qoneral Fhy, tho Provost Marshal
General, havo reported the following resolution:
Resolved, That all the statements contained in
the letter of General James 13- Fry to Hon. James
G. Blaine, a member of thiB House, bearing date
the 27th of April, A. D. 1866, and which wan read
in this House on the 30th of April, A. D. 1866, in
eo far as such statements impute to tho Hon.
Bosooe Conkling, a member of this House, any
criminal, illegal, unpatriotic, or otherwise im
proper conduct or ?motives, either as to tho mat
ter of bis procuring himself to be employed by
the Government of the United States in the pros
ecution of military affairs in the State of New
York; in the management of euoh prosecution, in
taking compensation therefor, or on any other
charge, are wholly without foundation in truth;
and for thoir publication lb oro were, in the judg
ment of thiB House, no facts connected with said
prosecution furnishing either a palliation or an
Resolved, That General Fry, an officer of the
Government of tbo United States and head of ono
-of its military bureaus, in writing and publishing
the aooueations named in tho preceding resolu
tion, and which, owing to tho crimes and the
vrongs which tbey impute to a member of tbia
body, are of a nature deeply injurious to the offi
cial and poraonal character, influence, and privi
leges of such member; and tbeir publication,
originating, as in the judgment of the Houao it
did, in no misapprehension of the facts, but iu
the reaontniont and passion of their author, was
guilty of a groas violation of the privileges of
auch member and of tbia House; and this conduct
in that regard merits and receives its unqualified
SAMUEL SHELLABARGER, Chairman.
B. O. COOK.
SAMUEL L. WARNER.
Havana, July 11.?Wo havo nowB from Moxico*
by tho steamer Paris, arrived Thursday, and tho
Manhattan, arrived yesterday, both from Vora,
Cruz. Huachiuniigo ia occupied by a Liberal
forco. Maximilian had decreed that letters of
naturalization should be granto.t to all foreigners
who should legally prove tlumsi lves to bo pos
sessed of any trade, profession or honest liveli
hood, or who had been in tho aervico of tho
empire iu any employ, who should bo considered
au MVxi. ans. ami enjoy the samo rights aud bo
amenable to tho panic laws ; but on no account
should naturalization papers bo given to the citi
zen of a country at war with Mexico.
Maximilian had recalled tho Imperial Conuul at
Liverpool for having disobeyed tho orders of his
Tho Peri?dica Official, from Zacatecas, gives tbo
following items: Colotlau bad bean abandoned by
the Liberals. The L beral Chief, Martinez, at
tacked WiesB, in Sonora, tho 13th of May, but waa
repulsed At last accounts Martinez, with his
command, was in the neighborhood of Guaymas.
Garcia Morales was at tbo North American lino
receiving arma and powder. It was also aaid to
be known that Corona received at Altata six
pieces of artillery, wbich camo from San Francis
The Iris of Tampico announces tho arrival
of the French irou-clad gunboat sent Jrom Vera
Cruz to tbo aid of the naval forcoa thoro at Tam
Traninltipan had been abandoned by tho in
habitants on becoming aware of tho approach of
the Liberals from Hierra.
According to tho Ere Nouvelle, the suspension
of the woik on tho line Ironi Vera Cruz to Mexico
had been known for somo time, but it was ex
pected woul bo of short duration. Forbep, IJar
ron A Co., tho company'? bankers, and represen
tatives of the Imperial Rsiltoad ( ompnny, had
refused to pay tbo chockd drawn ou thorn by eliu
agents in cliargo of tho works. A largo deficit
appears to be the reason for this resolution,
wbioh produced a livoly aonsatiou in tho city.
The Government had approved tho law estab
lishing a system of teutual exchange on tho Post
office Department (the poatai monoy order sys
tem, I suppose), aud had also approved tho
estimates lor tho Departments of War and tbo
Treasury, tho amount of which reached $14,511,
Letters from Monterey describo tho situation of
that part of tho country in very dark colors?that
the frontier id full of Liber-Is who, if they do not
constitute an army, at loa-c. number ono.
The Estafette, on tho situation of Tampico,
saya that considorablo forces of tho enomy had
collected before that city, and gravo feara aro en
tertained for its safety.
The Sociedad reporta that Mrjia had gouo to
take charge of tho defonco of tho eity.
Toluon nad again been invaded by (bo Liberals
Previous to the departure of tho Manhattan, at
Vera Cruz, a dispatch bad beon received from
Jloxico to the effect that It had been announced
ni tho Diario .tul Imperio Hint tin? Empress would
loavo that city on tho ?tli, to tako tho Fronen
steamer from Vera Cruz on tho ,13th fur Europe.
Tho Diario eaya tho object or bor journey is to
attontl to interiititiuiul affairs.
It was also tumor. <1 that Tampico had boen
taken by tho Liberals, which was vory likely,
taking in viow tho previous accounts from thtit
An American named Jackson, formerly a Cap
tain in tho 34th New York Infantry, was ordorotL
to loavo tho country by thoLibor?!s,.aftcr having
his stock stolon and his crop destroyed. They
tbroatonod to Jiang him if ho did not leavo.
Tho Emperor and Marshal Dazaino aro al
loggerhead?, not speaking to one another, the
lattor boing considered responsible for tho sur
render. Oon. Mojia and staff, who had ovaouated
Matamoras, had arrived Ht Mexico. Tho Liberals
claim that Tampico and Tuxpan aro both in thoir
hands, Oon. Laniatlriil, a Mexican Imperialist,
dofonding Tampico, having rohoisted tho Mexican
tUg and t uriii'd tho guns of tho city against tho
French soldiers and inhabitants.
A small sktrmifh had taken placo only thirtoon
milos from Vora Cruz, which created considerable
oxcitomeut in that town.
The Galvostoa correspondent of tho Chicago
Republican, undor dato of July IG, nays:
' Mexican news reports tbo attempted assassi
nation of President Juarez by two citizen? who
had boon in nomo way wronged. Tho eotitiuul on
guard mado no attempt to savo the President's
fifo, allowing tho would-be murdororB to iliaobargo
tho contents of iwo doublo-barrellod gun? at him.
Juarez wns not injured, although two shots
paHBcd through hi.? coat. _
PEAS ! PEAS ! PEAS !
JUST RECEIVED, A FRESH SUPPLY OF FINK
AMO IN BTOUE, AND FOI? ?At,R t,OW,
A largo siip..ly of HAY, UOBX, SHORTS, DUAN, and
GROUND F?Eu, dcllvorod in ony part of tho city freo
of charge R. ARNOLD & 00.,
No. 219 ??looting, coruor of John street.
JUST RECEIVED DIREOT FROM BOSTON, 100
packages Fresh Now Mackorol, comprising Noa. I,
2 and 8, in tibia., hilf bbls. and kit?. For salo low by
July 33_mthl_No. 78 Eaat Bay.
CORK AND OATS.
eyr\f\f^ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE ORON
?> \J\J\J 1000 bu?Uels Mixed White Corn
2500 bushels Prime Yellow Corn
1000 bushels Prime Heavy Oat?.
Landing this day and in store and for sale low. by
JNO. S. BIRD, Jb., k CO.,
July 23 3 Corner Church and Tradd at?.
CORN, BACON AND HAMS.
OA/IA BUSHELS WHITE AND VELLOW PRO
??\jKf\J VISION CORN
? hhds. Good P.anfatlon Bacon
10 bbl?. Buperior Canvassed Ham?, cheap to close ?ales.
For sale by R, M. BUTLER.
July 23_2_East Bay.
CORN. OATS AND HAY.
O K f\ ? a BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN
q0\J\J 1600 biishols Prime Maryland Yellow Corn
1000 bushel? Prime Western Mixed Corn
1(00 busbelB Prime Oats
o 1000 bales Hay.
For ?ale by WEST k JONES,
July 23 3 No. 75 East Bay.
C)?~\f\f^\ BU8HELS PRIME WHITE CORN.
? \J \J \J landing thi? day from ?teamor ? 'QibBon. "
For soie low iron? the Wharf, bv
W1LUS k OBJ80LW,
July 23 9 North Atlantic Wharf.
CORN! CORN! CORN!
TOAIUIIVR PKU SC1IH. SU.ME MEAHH,
AIZI7FZ BUSHELS YELLOW MARYLAND CORN,
1089 bushel? White Maryland Corn, in sack?.
For ?ale by FERGUSON & BARKER,
Julys:! mwi3 Brown's Wharf.
r f\f\i~\ BU8HEL8 PRIME WHITE CORN.
OvJl I \J For sale by T. J. HERR k CO,
July 21 2 Kerr's Wharf.
CORN, OATS, HAY, SALT.
O/ \f\f\ BD8HEL8 PRIME YELLOW CORN
?VJKJyJ 600 bu?hel? Oat?
300 balo? Hay
200 sacks Salt.
In store and for sale by
H. F. BAKER k CO.,
July 20 3 No. 20 Cumberland street.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
t)A HHDS. BACON, ?SHOULDERS AND IsIDEfi"
&\J 60 tlorcfB Ham?, Sugar-Cured
200 b?rrela Flour, Extra aad Super
100 b?rrele Sugar, all grados
25 firkins Butter, Qoahon
60 flrktna and tubs Lard, Extra and City
60 sacks Ooffae, Java, Uli and Lsguayra
100 kegs Nails, assorted sizes
100 barrel? Whiskey, all qualitlo?.
MANY OTHER ARTICLES too numerous to )uen
For sale at LOWEST MARKET PRICE, by
L. F. KOESTEB.
Jnno2B tliintuliiiii No. 91 East Bay.
UHHDS PRIME BACON SHOULDERS
10 hti.lH. Prime Bacon Sldia.
For ealo low by BRU^'S k BEE,
July 18 . in;.: No. 7? i.i.Mt Bay.
EXTRA QUALITY NEW CROP
OR8ALE LOW TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT.
JOS. H. RISLEY.
SMALL LOT FOR 8ALE LOW, T 0LO3E CON
SIu NMENT, by JOS. H. RISLEY.
No. HO iia.it Day, cornor Accommodation Wharf.
BOILERS FOR SALE.
TWOTlI?RTY INCH CYLINDER BOILERS, TWEN
T?-FIVE long, very little u?od. Will be sold low,
if applied for immediately, at
WILLIAM R. HSNEBEY'8,
July P_mwf_No. 311 MeeUng-street.
THE UNDBRSIONED HAV1NO COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements once moro for tho manufacturo of
the best COTTON GIN8ov?r made in this country, are
now prepared to receive orders from Plsnters and
others wishing to purchase.
Th? loug established and well.known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S COTTON UINH, wlU, we hopo, be a suffi
lent guarantee that the article will give entire ?atistao
tion. J. M, ELLIOTT k Co.,
May 14 Winnaboro, 8. O.
J0HK KING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay,
orroaiTE kerivs wharf,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASH:
HEID3IEOE CHAMPAGNE, QUART9 AND PINTS
SHERRY WINE, in ca?s and in casks
ii ADEIRA WINE, in cobos and In casks
ILAUET WINES, la ca?e? pints aud half pints
' 'RDIALS, In oases?a variety
JITTERS (E. O. Hclfj, in case?
ill AN DIES, in caso? and In cask?
HNS, in cases and in casks
(DM, in case?
ViilSRIES, iu case? and in cask?
LLB, in cano., quart? and pints
?AOKR BEER, in quarter barrel?, sipo in rlnts.nteksd.
eiRht dox-u to iho ?urret. mo. ?un?-1 i
ROYAL IIAVA1A L.OTTKUY Of? CUBA.
DONDLO?ED BY THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT.
??80,000 IN GOLD DBAWN EVERY HItVENTEJSi
Prise?cashed and Information furnished.
The hlgbeat rate? paid tor Doubl Jens sju ?h kind
told ?.ni? Silver. I \ Yf ,'jh a mx. mr%0?%
Jttbrauj* Amo Ab. U. ?ai^Uitsu^ jium jLmmj
IN THE 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 HIS
PRICES, which will aocomplish
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 OLOTH FULL DRESS
FROOK COATS.$38 $33
FINE BLACK CLOTH FULL DRESS
FROOK COATS. 35 30
KINK BLACK OLOTH FULL DRES9
8A0K8. 30 18
FINE BLACK OLOTH HALF LINED
SAOK8. li 11
FINE FRENOH 8ILK MIXED BILK
LINED 8ACK8. 83 38
FINE FRENOH BILK MIXED SILK
LINED SAOKS. 31 37
FINE ENGLISH OA8S. FULL LINED
SACKS..... 3ft 22
FINE FRENOH MOUNTAIN DEW OASS.
8KELETONSA0K. 34 30
HARRIS GREY OAS8. SKELETON
8A0K. 31 18
OHIVROIT OA8S. SKELETON SACK.. 30 16
SUPER ENGLISH MELTON 8KELB
TON8AOK. 33 18
DARK GRE7 AND BBOWN HAIR LIN
EDOA8S.SAOK. 14 II
COLORED ALPAOA SACK. ft ft
WHITE UNEN DUCK SAOKS. .$11, $7, $8, $10, ft, 8
COLORED ALPAOA 8A0KS. 8 7
BROWN AND OBEY TWEED SACK... 6 6
BROWN LINEN DUCK SAOK. 0 6
BROWN LINEN DUOK BACK. ft 4
BROWN LINEN SUITS. BACK, PANTS
AND VEST......?. 10 8
BLACK SILK ALPACA SACK. 8 60 7.60
BLAOK SILK ALPAOA SACK. 7 6
BLAOK ALPAOA BACK. 6 4
BLAOK FRENOH DOE OASS. PANTS..$10 13
BLAOK FRENOH DOE OASS. PANTS.. 13 11
BLAOK FRENOH DOE OASS. PANTS.. 13 10
FRENCH SILK MIXED OASS. PANTB.. 1ft 13
FRENCH SILK MIXED OA88. PANTS.. 16 13
FRENOB 8ILK MIXED CA8S. PANTS.. 18 10
LIGHT COLORED ENGLISH MELTON
PANTS. 13 10
LIGHT COLORED FRENCH OASS.
PANTS. 14 11
2H?VI101T 0A8S. PANTS. 13 10
?TR10TLY ENGLISH OAS3. PANTS... 16 13
LIGHT OOLOBED OASS. PANTS. 7 6
HAIB-LINED OASS. PANTS. 0 8
LUPINE HAlB-LIN'ED OASS. PANTS.. 8 7
FRENCH DBAB D'ETE PANTS. 13 10
FRENCH JOINER CLOTH PANTS. 12 9
??NGLI8H DBAll D'ETE PANTS. 7 C
3LACK ALPACA LINED PANTS. 6 4.50
30LOBED CA88. PANT8. 6.60 4.60
30LOBED OA88. PANTS. 3 3
I.INEN AND COTTON WORKING
PANTS. 3 1.60
VE S TB
ILAIK OLOTH VE8TS (SILK BACK).. 11 0.60
3LACK8ATIN VESTS. 7 0.60
?LACK SILK ALPAOA VB8TS. 6.60 4.60
'OLOBED SILK VESTS. 7 6.60
?OLOBED SILK VESTS. 13 10
?LACK AND WHITE ENGLISH OASS.
VESTS. 8 6
ILK MIXED FBENOH OASS. VESTS.. 7 6
IUEEN'8 CLOTH VESTS. 6.60 ?.60
?AIB-LK.ED OA88. VE818. 6.60 4.60
IHOWN LINEN DUCK V*.BT8. 8.60 8
IBOWN LINEN DBILL VESTS. 3.60 2
CHITE MARSEILLES VESTC. $7 and 0 $ft and 6
A FULL SUPPLY OP THE
'INEST fcHIRTS AND GOLLARS MADE
Together with a Largo Lot of
GLOVES, NECK TIES, &c?,
Which will be ?old at corresponding Low Prices.
49* The Price la plainly marked on each article.
Capt. B. W. McTureous,
A8 U8UAL, WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN
ccommodatlijg lila friends, and tho pub'io in gonoral,
T THI8 PLACE, ?ho are respectfully Invited to call.
I'M. M.1.TIIIM, AGENT,
No. 219 King-street,
OHABLBSTON, S. O
J uly 11 lmo
/$W?lVx EUROPE R?jm I
<aI>JuVfr ht I& DI?" H. port* in
? ..? . . .fc.-==L Btlli pittivtNrVM
VKS?H l.*i \?i W'I'MI_Kl KR
H AMKRIUA. WE??T
tbo UNI I El? STATES
and PHuVINCEH. Higlitst ratta paid
and dispatch given JOS. U. HISLEY.
No. 110 East Bay, cor. Accommodation Wharf.
VK8SKL WAnTRO, TO LOAD
?with lumber for Baitluioro, of from fifty to
>ono hundred tli"ii>-iiin f et capacity. Apoly
to HlAlltili A MALI.O.NKE,
July 11 . 12 Horlbeck's Wbari, near N. E. R. R.
UEuViiAIt SKftllWKKK.L.Y LINK.
EVERY TDE8DAY AND FB ID AY-RETURNING
W?DJtEoDAY AND BATURDAY.
FOR NORTH AND SOUTH KDISTO, HOCK
V i LI. ID ANO IlMTIaH0Ifi.UlAT.tfi LAAD
FUE FA8T STEAMER
G -E-T'Ij HOOKER,
OAPT. JOSEPH F. TORRENT,
LEAVES ATLANTIC WHARF A8 ABOVE. TUESDAY
MORNING July 21tli. at 3 o'clock precisely.
I-1.-ich. r. colvett daily n. d stored without oxtra charge
For Freight or Paessg?. apply to
CHARLES L. GUILLEAT7ME,
Corner East luv and Atlantic Wharf.
N. B.? All Freight and CharltBtou Wharfage payable
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
OAPT. THOS. R. PAYNE.
"\TrrLL LEAVE ACCOM MODA I ION WHARF EVERY
VV Wednesday Morning, at 6 o'clock. Returning,
will leave Georgetown overy Thursday Morning, at 11
Freight received the day before sailing.
For Frolght or pas? ago, apply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES,
N. B_Freight (prepaid) will be taken for Conway
boro* and Oheraw, to be transferred at Georgetown to
steamers Llttl Ad? and B. E. Bell._Juno 4
TOUCHING. AT BEAUFORT AND HILTON
I1KAD OOINOAM) COMINO.
"IF A 1ST ZLST I E,"
OAPT. W. T. MoNELTY,
HAVING BEEN THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED
and refitted, will resume her rvgulsr trips, leaving
Accommodation Wharf Tuesday Morning, 21th Instant,
at 8 o'olook.
Returning?leaVO Bavannab. Wednesday Afternoon, at
3 O'olook. FtRGUHON k HoLMEa, Agenta.
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMMNY.
FARE REDUCED TO $35.
Leaving each Port every AlternateThm-sdny.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. BOUDEB,
* Oapt. R. W. LooKWoon.
Oapt. O. P. Mabshuah.
THESE BTEAM8HIP8, OFFERING EVERY INDUOB
MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passen
fiero, ?with tablea supplied by every luxury the New Yorl
and Charleston market? can afford; and, for safety, spee?
?nd comfort, are unrivalled on the oosit.
ITTILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
VV THURSDAY, July 70, at ? o'clock.
Liberal a.lvaucu-i wade on consignments to Now
For Freight or Pasiago, apply at tbe office of the
??eut?. WILLIS k OUIHOLM,
North Atlantic Wh.rf.
OondgneeslnNow York?Mesara. LIVINGSTON, FOX
t CO._July 2u
FOR NEW TORE.
i-HE BEQULAB UNITED STATE? MATT. rjNB
OF FIR8T-0LA88 STEAMERS,
QUAKER CIT1 I SARAGOSSA,
ANilAlil'NIA. | UtlANADA,
THE 8IDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
OAPT. M. B. CROMWELL,
?TfriLL LEAVE ADGER'S WHaRP ON BATUB
V\. DAY, JULY 28tb. at ? o'clock P. M.
No borth t-ccured until paid for.
No Freight received unies? engaged st our office.
No Frkiout tccclvi d after ? o'clock on Saturday.
Freigut ami Wharfage on pondnuio articles mnat be
iid at our office.
July 23 RAVKNKL k CO.. Agents.
Ho. O PINE.STHEET, M5\V YORK,
JOB PRINTERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS,
XoUiaie and Retail Dealers in First-Claet Office Piaturu
10N8TANTLY ON HAND A SPLENDID ASSORT
j MENT of Foreign and DomeiUo LETTER ANI
)TB TAPER. Envelopes of every ?Is? and quantity.
3ertlflcaU>? of Stock, Bonds, Check? Note?, Draft?
11? of Exchange, Billhead* and Cards, ?ho., Uitefulb
)rderi by mall wUl receive prompt attention at low
I cash Drices.
j. BEOE.CHAS. NEWBOUBt
K. 1U. WIHTHO,
OOROVEM AND M\OH?*BATE,
IAS REMOVED Hit? OFFICE TO NO. 81 OHAL
MERS-STREET, North side, next door to Mr.
ilNNlS' Blacksmith Shop, and two doors cast of Moot
r-itreot. JH-J 80
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON
s 'r?o am vii 11- com?*an Y.
THE NEW A I
THEODORE. D. WAGNER,
CAPTAIN HODiKY BAXTEIl,
OF ABOUT 700 I ON8 BURTHEN,
IS READY TO IlKCE'V?? FBE1GHT, AND WILL
le.ivn Boston for Charleston, 8. C on Saturday, 28th
July, to bo fallow od immediately by her consort of same
DANIEL LEWIS & CO.. No. 9 Merchant?' Bow, Agenta
A J. SALINAS, Agont at Cbarlosion. 8. O , will for.
ward goods to Augusta. Atlmita, Columbia, Camdon,
Klorouco, Beaufort. Hilton Huail, Jack o iiivlllo, I'alatika,
Fla., Georgetown, 8. ?., an.i all lutoruiediate points.
PACIFIC MAIL STi AMSlltl' t'OJHPANf'S
CARRYING THE IL S. MAIL.
Through in Twenty-two Days.
Stxaksbtts on ra? Cohneotinu on tub PAOtna
Atlantic, wrrn tub
NEW YORK.GOLDES CITY
NOBTHEKN LIOHT..GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, bo, bo.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID
Steamship? will loara Pier No. 43 North River, foot
of Oanal-atreet, at 13 o'clock, noon, t tho 1st, 11th and
31at of every month (except who.i .hose dates fall on
Sunday, and then on tho preceding Saturday), for A8PIN?
WALL, connecting via Panama Railway with one of the
Oompany'a Steamships from Panama for 8AN FRAN?
OISOO, touching at AGAPULCO.
Departures of 1st and Slat connect at Panama with
steamers for BOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMEitl.
CAN PORTS. Those of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' rate?
allowed to seoond cabin and steerage paasoegtra wita
families. Also, an.allowanoe of ONE-QUARTER on
through rates to clergymen and their families, met
school teacher?; soldiers having honorable discharge?.
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adult.
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through and at
tend to ladles and children without msle protectora.
Baggage received ou the dock the day before sailing,
from steamboats, railroad?, and passengers who prefer
to ?end down early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicine and at
For Passage Tickets, or further information, apply at
the Company's Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
OANAL-8TBEET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YOBK.
July 3_? nitv_H K HOI M AN ___
PASSAGE REDUCED I
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR FROM
BY SAILING SHIPS, 8AILINQ EVERY WEEK.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS.
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and
from New York.
Great Reductiou in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Groat Britain and
Ireland, at the very Lowest Rates.
Passengers, on arrival In New York, will have theti
baggage removed Froe, and every care bestowed on
For Passage, &o., apply to P. SHE AH AN, No. 331
West street. New York, or
M. M. QOTNN A BROTHER,
No. ?27 Kiwi 8tbeet, Charleston, 8. CL,
and No. 187 Broad street, opposite Monument street!
ft turns ta. Q. A. lyr February 37
THE SO. CA. RAILtlOAO COMPANY
HAVING RK-ESTABLISH ED ITS BEOEIVING AND
FOBWARDING OFFICE, Meichandito and Pro
l.ico consign d to its Agent from toe inarlor to North
>rn ports, au.-l Irom Northern ports to the Interior, will
>e cared lor ami shipped to the point of destination
vlihout delay and free of commission.
Consignments to bo forwarded i>y sea must alfraya bo
iccompanied by Bills of Lading and Lottor of Advice,
vith instruotionn to insure If dealred.
E. N. FULLEB,
It. b F. Agent.
'S?-The Charlotte Timos, Chester Standard, and
Ireenvillo Mountaineer, each copy one week and se??)
?Ills to tula office._ June 3fi
?AHITAN ANO OKI. A WARE BAY RAIL
^NLY DIBEOT ROUTE TO LONG BBANOH?THB
f whole dlslanco by rail?no chantre of cars?no trav
Hing bySisge. On au 1 after Friday, June 1st, 186fJ,
at trains on this Road will It" ve tbo Depot of Camdan
nd Atlantic Railroad Company, at Cooper's Point, Cam
on, as follows, vis: 0 30 A. M , Expross Train for Long
ranch aud Now York and Intermediate Stations; 3.80
. M.. Mall and Express for No* Yo k.
Mumming, Trains leave Pier 32, foot of Duane-Biroat,
orth Hiver, ota Steamboat Jchso Hoyt; at 11 A. M., Ex
ress Tralu for Long Braurli. C?nido? and intermodiat?
tations; and i P. M. fur all Station? on tho Road.
Faro to and from Now York or Long Branch, $3.
Excursion Tickets to Loud Branch from Camdon, %tt.
June 18 3mo WM. N. CLAYTON, 8up't
JOHN C. BKALE,
Ho. 10 Woaaaa-atreet, New York.
LTARQK STOCK OF FIRBT-OLAS8 BLANK BOOKS.
Also, Domestlo and Forolgn Papers and Stationery,
nstantly on hand, Hots of Account Books made to order*
tbography, Engraving and Printing executed prompt?
and in the best possible manner, Special attention to
lera by wall, and price as k w as an y lo i it in the city
oods o> ?v>ns'no?il??. ?hithljr O.-rohr.r 28
?HE BUBSOBIBER HAVING RETURNED TO LHa,
. Olty, will contract for all klnda of UOUHE-UUILD
Q AND REPAIRING. W. H. liHUVEB,
at Dawaoa a ?tAoxiutf'?. No. 17 Broad-stroot.