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fX\b.e JL>a,_ly JSews?
WEDNESDAY MuRNING. JULY 25, 1806.
To Colonel A. O. Andrew?, President of the Cliam
ber of Commtrce:
Hear ?r:-Tlio bill "to ropoal tho tTonry Laws
of thin Stato," inlrodnood into tho laat Logiela
turo, passocl tho House ot Hopro.-entativca after
full debato, and wad ?out to tho Ponato.
Thoro not boing auflloieut time left for it a dis
cussion in that body, it was continued over until
tho noxt BoeeioD, when it will bo takon up; and ae
it in advooatcd by Borne of tho strongest mon
thoro, there is good reaaon to hopo that it will bo
pasBod by tbo Son?lo and become a law. *
It is important, however, that tho supporters of
tho moaaure in tho Logtslaturo should havo at
their command all tho facia dorivod from tho ox
porionco or morcluintB to assist tho argument,
and it occurs to nio that much good can bo dono
by tho Oharabor of Oomtnorco iu tho matter, at
If a commit too woro appointed to collect and
rodjioo iuto tatifiiblo form such matorial at? tho
exporienco of tho racrcanlilo community furuish
ca since the liiat Bonaiou o? the LogisUturo alone,
without goiug to muro remoto timeB, and if tho
state of tho monoj market during tho paat year,
and its present condition?all going to show how
unnatural an obai ruction tho Uaury Laws havo
boon and aro to tho flow of capital?could bo
cloarly prosoutodto tho miad of tho Legislature,I
feol assured that t his nbeurd and uscIobb rolio of tho
past will soon bo done away with, and money will
be allowed to talio its proper placo aud valuo as
an article of froo trado, and bo controlled by tho
only natural and safe law of supply and demand.
Trusting that some action will bo takon by tho
Chamber of Gomuicreo. ?howing by an array of
facts how far tho Unnrj Laws have, probably,
discouraged capital during ihe past year from in
vestment in productive industry in South Caroli
na, and that somo effirt will be made by you to
givo proper expression to tho oxporionoo and
opinions of merchants on the subjoct,
I am, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant.
THEODORE O. BARKER,
Member House of Repr?sentative?.
Messrs. Editors:?Oar attention has been called
to an article published in your issue of 24th inet.,
in referenco to olosing stores of our principal
merchants at 5 o'clock P. M. Wo hoarlily conour
in so wise a suggestion as proposed. Tho intense
heat of the weather is too sovero to endure con
finement for a day's incessant labor. The pur
chases made by customers oan be easily effectod
in the early part of the day. Tho bonofloial cfTeota
resulting from this change would bo suoh as to
givo renewed energy to employees, and fit them
for their arduous duties, now in view, the coming
fall. Wc propose that lists bo nudo out and oar
ried around to merchants for their signatures,
both on Kiog and Meeting Btroots, and that it
commences from Monday, 30th July, 1866, to con?
iinuo in force until they doom fit to change it.
We trust that the above will meet with the ap
proval of all oncern?id.
?Fitly 24, 1860. KINO AND _EETING-8TS.
w. s. c.
CLUB HOUSE GIN.
PURE, SOFF INI DNEQI?1LLED.
Wm. S. CORWIN & CO.,
No. 259 King-street,
SOLE IMPORTERS IN THE UNITED STATE8
This Brand Kstablished at Rotterdam,
Holland, in 1785.
THE EXTENT TO WHICH VARIOUS BRAND8 OF
-SPURIOUS GINS am sold In this country makes It the
bonndon duty of the public to INVE8JIGATE THE
MEKIT8 OP THE STIMULANTS OFFERED FOR
BALK, and wo beg leave to stato Hist tho CLUB HOUSE
OIN is the samo as ORIGINALLY INTRODUCED into
tliii market under that Dame TWELVE YEARS SINCE
by the proprietors, BLANKENHEYM h CO., ROTTER
DAM, Hi LLAND, whom wo havo tho honor to repre
sent ?and we aro full; prepared to anpply the TRADE
on the moat favored term? with an article without 111
equal In tho market, boing the PURE ABIT?LE in its
finest DRINKABLE CONDITION ANDFLW/OR, such
as sold by the FIR8T-OLASS DEALERS in Holland,
England, and all over the world.
No furtlior proof is wanted of ita SUPERIORITY than
to/ know that It la recommended for Its purity by
MEiHOAL HEN OF THE HIGHEST STANDING, who
acknowledge that tbo CLUB HOUSE OIN poBaeaaes
more MEDIOINAL PROPER! IE9 than any Oln placed
before the publio; and, therefore particularly reoom
mend it a? an article that only requires to be known and
tested to be appreciated.
Wm. S. CORWIN & CO.,
NO. 169 KINO-STREET,
July 98_mwf_OPPOSITE HABEL.
OaTataf^ OA8E3 IMPORTED 0LARET8 OF FAVOR
O \J \J H E brand?, for aaio *t New York price?.
Wm. S. CORWIN & CO..
No. 250 KINQBTREET,
July 13_mwf_OPPOSITE BASEL.
IlOiAl IIAVAU lAITT ? HY O* CUBA,
CONDOCiED BY TUE SPANISH OOVEBNMEN1
$?60.000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERY S_V_NTUR>
Prtzesoaahed and Informaci?n fnrnlahed.
The highest rale? paid lor Doubloon? a?i i all kind
?2oict %w um-T. iixiiutt k ?y>.. Uaikeri.
tsAirnrjcf? fimo no if ?/u-.ireoi, wew YsikJ
B. Ht.Su N
HA8 REMOVED FKOM NO. 400 KIVrt-STREET,
corn, r < t uurns' Lane, to No. 3II East Bay-?trcot,
<>i pnt-ittr tho New t'iiHt'iui Houio. whoro be will opon
UilH day, with a n-w et<c? of ALE-), WINE8 AND
LIQUORS of tho il ut quail y, and bo happy to soo his
friends aud the public ??o- erally.
ERE? LUNCH overy day from 11 to 1 o'olock.
July 23_ 8 _
CORN FOR SALE.
1/~\f\/~\ BUHHEL8 PRIME WHITE CORN,
\J \J \J landing this day, ex atoamer "Jno. Gib
son," from Baltimore
For salo lott* from the Whsrf by ??.?-, ?
jul, as 1 WILLI8 k 0HI8OLM.
1 r\ HHDS. BACON SIDES
l\J 10 hhds. Bacon Shoulders.
COUNTRY CURED HAM?*! AND *TDE8.
For sale by THOMPSON k BROTHER,
juiy 25 _3_No. 112 East Bay.
PISH ANO JS?EAT8.
?*f\f\ PA0KAGE8 D03TON MAOKEREL, SIZES
Ov/' I and Nos. to Bui t
JOI) packaitOB I'tckloil Horring
100 bbis. Mess *?eof
60 bbls. Moss Pork
B0 bolt?. Primo Pork
200 boxos Codfish
25 kllsSalmou Iront
10 bblB Suitar Cured Hatis
10 bbls Siutikitl Boor.
All of the ahovo for trolo low to closo out stock.
GEO. W. OLARK k CO.,
At 8. 8. Farrar Bros, k Co.'b Old 8tand,
Coruor Last Bay aud Cumhoriauu atrootB.
SIDES AND SHOULDERS.
O HHDS SID HS
10 iih?B .shoulders, lauding from steamer ''Gib
son." and for sale by
July 35 1 HENRY OOBIA k CO.
f OK BARRELS FRK81 FLOUR, LANDING FBOM
LawO steamer "Cumbria." and tor a?la by
HENRY OOBIA k CO.,
Jaly 24 _2_No 2*6 Vendue Range.
HAVANA AND CONNECTICUT ALWAY8 ON
hand, and for salo lu lote to suit purchas *rs, by
No. 15 Excharjgostroot, near Old Post?me?.
July 24 _0**_
PEAS ! PEAS ! PEAS !
JUST RECEIVED, A FBE8H 8?PPLY OF FINE
AUO IN RTOnE, AMD FOB SALB LOW,
A largo supply oi HAY, coitX, SHORTS, BRAN, and
GROUND FEEo, delivered in any part of the city free
of charge. R. ARNOLD k CO.,
No. 219 Meeting corner of John street.
g July 23_mwa?
CORN! CORN! CORN!
TO ARRIVR PB a i?(,llii.S\l.UE 9IE*ARS,
A Cryer BUSHELS YELLOW MARYLAND CORN,
457 O In sacks
1080 bushels White Maryland Corn, in sacas.
For sale by FERGUBON k BARK ER,
July g S niwl3 Brown's Wharf.
BOILERS FOR SALE.
TWO THIRTY INCH CYLINDER BOILERS, TWEN
TY-FIVE long, very little used. Will bo sold low,
if applied tor Immediately, at
WILLIAM 8. HT*NEREY*8,
July 9 mwf No. 314 Moeting-street.
CORN AND OATS.
Of?-TlA BU8HELS PBIME WHITE ORON
OxJKJkJ 1000 bushels MU<-d White Corn
2500 bushels Prime Yellow Corn
1000 bushels Primo Heavy Oat.?.
Landing this day and In atore and for sale low, by
JNO. 8. BIRD, JB., ?s CO.,
July 23 3 Corner Ohnroh and Tradd sta.
EXTRA QUALITY NEW CROP
OB SALE LOW TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT.
JUS. H. RISLEY.
MALL LOT FOB SALE LOW, T"> 0LO3E OON
SIo NMENT. by JOS. H. RI8LEY,
No. 110 East Bay, oorner Accommodation Wharf.
"McCarthy cotton gins.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NO -V MANUFACTURING
these GIN8, and la prepared to fill orders for the
coming crop. WILLIAM 8. HENERbY.
July 9 mwflmo No. 814 Meeting-street.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements once moro for th-t manufacture ol
the best COTTON GINS over made In this country, are
now prepared to re?oive orders from Planters and
others wishing to purchase.
Th* lottR established and well-known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S OOTTON GINS, will, we hope, be a suffi
clent guarantee that the article will give entire aaUaiao
tion. J. M. ELLIOTT k CO.,
May 14 Winnsooro. 8. C.
HAS JOS P RECEIVED DIRECT FROM ENGLAND,
ABOUT 2000 YARD8 OF 8DPEUFINE CONFED
ERATE GREY CLOTH, manufactured ezprcsslyfor civil
lau'a snmmer and early fall wear iu the South Win
be Bold in Huit?, or small lots. Also, in bond, about
3000 yards of heavy GREYS for winter.
N. B. These ?ha tos will always bo I mi ml in my store.
HENRY TllENCUARD, formerly Cl th manufacturer
jor the Co fed?ralo 8tates Army, Nos. 17 aud 18 Ex
change street. Obarleuton, S. O.
as- Will barter for Wool. lrno Juno 28
P. C. KERRIGAN,
- No. 80 MARKET-STREET,
OFFERS FOR l-ALE, LOW FOR 0A8H, THE FOL
LOWING ARTICLES. V.z:
? bhl?. ot GlbHon'i? Whiskey
? c-ink-9, <? and 3?. ot Brandy
? hair pipes sod bbla of Gin v
? casks of Shorry, Madeira and Port Wine
? bul?, of Jamaica Rum
100 casea of '.Ilia -ii'a XXX Whlsk'y
20 cases ot Otard, Dupuy k Co'a Brandy
25 cat-en of Holland Gin
25 cases of Jamaica Rum
50 c-iH. h ot Wise's sud Moeban's Irish Whiskey
25 oases ot Ramsay's 8cotch Whiskey
60 cases of Extra Oopner Distilled WhUkey
25 baskets of Champagne, "Piper's Heidseick"
20 eases of Champagne, "Moot & ohaudon"
20 cases of Champagne, "V. Cliquot Fonsardln"
100 canes ot Sherry Wine
100 cases of Madeira Wine
00 casea of Port Wine
100 cases of Claret wine, from $4 to $7 per caso
20 oases of Sauterne Wine
20 cases of Champagne Older, pints and quarts
200 cases of Ale, varions brand?-, pints and quarts
60 cases of Porter, varioua brands, plots and quarts
60 oaaks of Ale, 8 to 10 dozen iu each, and the following
brands: Jeffrey's, V- linker's, MoEwon's, Allsopp's,
Bass & Co.'a aud Muir k Son's
20 casks of Poner, 8 dozen tu each, and the following
brands: li k C. Blbuert's, Falkirk's and Darr k
100 cases of tho CELEBRATED "WAHOO AND CALI
SAYA bitters," lor which I am sole agent for
P. O. KKURIGAN, aft. 80 Market street,
< Between Meeting and King streets.
July ?3 _mwf 12
JOHN KING & CO-,
WINE AND SPIR?T MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KERIt'S WHAHF,
OFFER FOB SALE, LOW FOB CASH:
HEIDBIBCK CHAMPAGNE, QDART3 AND PINTS
SHERRY WINE, in cam s and In caaks
MADEIRA WINE, in cases and in caaks
CLARET W1NE8, io ca*os pints and half plut*
Ci RDI ALS, in caaes?a variety
BITTERS (E. G. Half-, In cases
BRANDIES, in cases and In caaks
9IVB, in cases and In casks
RUM. in cases
WHISKIES, iu oases and in casks
ILE. In casea. quarts and pinta
[.AG EH BEER, in quarter b?rrela, also In pints, nacked,
sight doien to tho barrel. ua-o, janoti
More (?leap Goods
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
TUE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECTFCLLY
inform their friends and customers that
they have this day MARKED DOWN the
remainder of their SUMMER STUCK at
and below cost? We are also now re
ceiving a large assortment of GOODS
adap'ed to Merchants' and Platters'
trade, which has just been purchased
in tfew York, by one of tho fi m, at the
lowest cash prices, and will be sold at
COHBIBTINO IN 1'AilT OF:
1 caso 10.? BLEACIilSD SHEETING at $1 por yard
1 caso 10 4 Bleached Shooting, Super
1 caau 6-1 and 0-1 Pillow Cotton
1 caso 3 4 I.ongclotli, 16 and 20 conlB
1 cose 7-8 LonRelnth, 20 and 21 conts by ploco
1 caso 4-4 LoogcloUi, 83 to 10 conta by ploce
2 bales more of those super English Loogoloths,
Irish Linens at all prices
7, 8 and 10-4 Bleached Table Damasks at low prices
Bird Eyo and Russia Diapers in varloty
Linon Shootings, all widths
Pillow Linons, aU widths
Damask Napkins and Doylies in variety
Super 8, 10, 11 and 10-4 Domask Cloths
10 and 11-4 Maraellloa Qnllts, superior quality, at $8
FOR PLANTATION USE.
S-4 BROWN SHEETTNGB, FINE AND HEAVY
7-8 Brown Sheetings, one and heavy
4-4, Brown Sheetings, fino and heavy
Cotton Osnaburgs, white and striped, very heavy
40 pieces Blue Denim?, assorted
40 pieces Blue Platd Checks
40 pieces Blue Stripes, heavy
40 pieces Bine Plaids, heavy
SO pieces Twill Stripes, heavy
100 pieces Prints at low prloe
Colored Handxorchlef? in varloty.
A full assortment of GOODS In our line, all of which
will be sold at low price? by
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STBEET,
Old 8tand W. G. BANCROFT ?fc CO.
OPEN THIS MORNING
ONE CASE DeBEOE, AT THE LOW PRIOE OF*
One case Wire Crash, 12} conts.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
BLACK LACE SHAWL?*
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
8DPF.R BLACK RAREGES
SUPER BLACK CHALLIES
SUPEll BLACK GRENADINES
SUPER 8-4 RARr GES and
STOLL, WEBB & BO..
NO. 287 KING STREET.
Joly 18 _
LOT COLORED MUSLINS, AT 15 AND 20 OTS.
Lot Colored Muslins, at 30 and 40 cents
Lot French Muslins, at 50 and 60 cents
Lot French Cambric?-, 35 to CO cents
Li ?t English Brilliantos, 25 cents
Lot English Grenadines, 30 cento
Lot Lisle Poplins, 40 cents.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
PLAIN AND STRIPED 8WI8S MU8LINS
Super Mull Mutdins
Super Nainnook Muslins
Plaid Cambric? at all ?rices
Bishop and Victoria Lawns
Swiss and Cambrio Editings
Thread and Valonctonnes Edgings
Lace and Muslin Collars
Linen beta at all prices.
An assortment of all GOODS in our Une, by
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
Joly 1 wi?lrno
I- ? ? i? 1. 1 V Kit POOL_i 11 I? A1
American bhip PR i-si PENT FIa MORE, B
1I.uro Mut-tcr. if in,w loading at Nnrib Atlantic
Wi art. au?i liavluK a i ortiou of her cargo en
gaged, wll? niccl with riiH|?aicli fur tho abovo port.
For Freight cugUK?.'nit?bti!.ai>ply to
WIM.IK k CHIFOLM,
Jnr?.o 18_mwf_Kortb Atlantic Wharf.
El'ROrB. 80U1H AMERICA, W?>T
IN?IKK. port? in tho UNII Kt? STATES
and PROVINCES. Ulglirst rates paid
and dispatch r?t.ii JOS. B. KIBLEY.
No. 110 East Bay, cor. Acccramodatlun Wharf.
July 13 _
FOE GEORGETOWN, S. C.
? _? _?_. IST IST I 33a"
OAl-T. W. T. MoVELTY.
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Iriday Morning, ai U ??'cluck.
Returning?will ltavo UcorgctOM n every Sunday Morn
ing, at 8 o'clock
Fri-lght rei-i?lv d tho day before sailing.
For ?rolght or Fauaago apply t?
Fx-RGCSON & HOLMES,
N. B_Freight (prepaid) will bo tultou for Conwavbnro'
and Cuoraw, to >>o transi??red at Georgetown to fU<?aru
<-tb LltUo Ada uud It E. Sell._wth July _
FOR CrEOROETOWN, S. C.
OAPT. THOft B. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERT
Wednesday Morning. _ 6 o'clock. Returning,
will leave Georgetown every Thursday Morning, at 11
Freight received the day before sailing.
For Freight or paaaage, ?ppiy to
FKBG?80N h HOLMES,
N. B.? Freight (prepaid) will be taken for Couway
boro' and Che raw, to be transferred at Georgetown to
ateamers Littl Ada and R. E. Bell._Juno 4
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMMNT.
FARE REDUCED TO $35.
Leaving each PorteTerj Alterante Thursday,
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDUB,
O?pt. R. W. Lookwood.
Oast. O. P. MaaO __
ffTHESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDOOB
X ??NT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodation? for Paaaen
gen, with tablea supplied by ?very luxury the New York
and Charleston marketa can afford; and, for safety, ?peed
Mid comfort, are o_rivalled on the coast.
[T7TLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
T ? THURSDAY. July ?d. at ? o'clock.
Liberal advance? made on consignment? to New
For Freight or Pasiage, apply at the office of ?the
Agenta. WILLI8 k OHIHOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consignees In New York?Mesara. LIVINGSTON, FOX
-00. July 2?/
FOR NEW YORE.
THE REGOliAR UNITED STATES MAIL LINE
OP FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS,
O.PAKER CIVt I SARAGUSHA,
ANDAI.IK1A ( GRANADA,
THE SIDEWHEEL STEAMSHIP
OAPT. M. B. CROMWELL,
WILL LEAVE AUGER'S WHiRF ON SATUR
DAY, JULY '?to, at?o'clock P. M.
No ber?h recured until paid for
No FrMsbt receivod unless engaged at aur offlco.
No Fnr.tQiiT icciilv? d afier ? o'clock on Haturday.
Freight ?lid Wharfage on peiuhabie articles muet be
paid at our office. _
July 23 RAVENEL ft CO.. Agenta.
BVLT?IOIti; AND (HARIESTON
CONNECTING WITH THE RE if LAB STEAMERS
OF THE BALTIMOBB AND OHIO BAIL
ROAD CO. TO LIVERPOOL.
TRKIGHT REOKIVED FOR 8BIPMENT AND BILLS
OF LADING GIVBN i IREOT TO ANY PART OF
BUROPK, at the lowest rates?the Line offering the moat
??rompt facilities to dell ?er Ootton in Liverpool, at ratea
esa than direct Bhipmenta from here.
THE LINE IS C0MP08ED OF THE FOLLOWING
FIRST-O ASS STEAMSHIPS :
STAR OP TUB SOUTH-Oapt REED.
K. C. KSI?HT-Capt. HOLLINS.
JOHN GIBSON?Capt YOUNG.
CUMBERLAND?Capt. HARRIS. *'
ME FIME NEW STEAMER
?TOHisr og so-KT,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHABF FOR
Baltimore, This Day, at 4 o'clock P.M.
For Freight or Paes'ge, having unsurpaaaed ao
oiumoilatloiiB, apply at tho office of the Asente,
WILLIS ft CHI80LM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Agenta In Baltimore: Mettra. PENDERGAST. FEN
VI? 'K k CO. 1 July 25
i i BSBBBBB *T***T"'
T11IC K.lill'Kll.*, SO. ?JA. JOllflNAL
IS PUBLISHHD EVERY SATURDAY MORNING ?
the town ot ?onnetisvlll?. H. U, b? W. I. ? HE?
lNvrma _?. ' -< ?. ? i?a?-? not aouumia aulv?nc*tr satt
oUaiatat coo: a? le, ?iw-Jri
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON
THE NEW A I
THEODORE. D. WAGNER,
CAPTAIN nODlKV BAXTfi.lt,
OF ABOUT 700 1ON8 BURTHEN,
8 READY TO ?FCEtVE FREIOHT. AND WILL
- '"**** aTa??*ljli ? ? ?C-lt-irlcHtoti, H. (!.. on Saturday, '28th
Jut***? aa>4?*??aHf*ai*atMBan,c-?iat. ]y by )i?r consort of samo
, No. tiff ichania' Row, Agents
Chnrlcs'on. R. o , will for
At'ntita, Columbia, Camden,
Heail, Jaultsoiivillo, Palatika,
all intermediate points.
rjrCSSnOn. STi AMSHIP tOMl'ANV'H
CARRYING THE ?. S. MAIL.
Through in Twenty-two Days.
Stkahshifs oh thx Conn bot?n o ok thxPaoiro
Arutmo, WITH TUB
NEW YORK.GOLDEN CITY
NORTHERN LIGHT.GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA. 4a, Ao.
ONE OF THE ABOYE LARGE AND SPLENDID
Steamships will leave Pier No. 43 North River, foot
of Canal-street, at 12 o'otook, noon, itho 1st, 11 th and
Slat of every month (except who a .hose dates fall?n
Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday), for ASPIN?
WALL, connecting via Panama Railway with one of the
Oompany'e Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN
OISOO, touching at AOAPULCO.
Departores of 1st and 21st connect at Panama wiUt?
steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Those of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
Adiaconntof ONE-QUARTER from steamers' rate?
allowed to second cabin and steerage passengers with
families. Also, an allowan?o vf Q?-E-QTJABTEB on
through rates to clergymen and their families, and
school teachora; aoldiors having honorable ?lie-chargis,
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adult.
Baggage-masterB accompany baggage through and at
tend to ladles and children without male protectors.
Baggage rooeived on the dock the day before sailing.
from steamboats, railroads, and passenger? who prefer
to send down early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicine and at*
For Passage Tickets, or further Information, apply at
the Company's Ticket Office, on tin. Wharf, FOOT OP
OANAL-8TREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
July 3_Prupa_S K HQl.MaN A<-er*.
PASSAGE REDUCED !
CIIKAP PASSA OK TO OR FRO?
BY SAILING SHIPS, BAILING EVERY WEBS.
Also, hy the
SPLENDID MAIL 8TEAMER8,
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and
from New York.
Great Reduction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland, at the very Lowest Rates.
Passenger?, on arrival in New York, will have theti
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed on
For Passage, Ac, apply to P. SHEAHAN, No. an
West street, Now York, or
M. M. QUINN A BROTHER,
No. 027 Kreo ?S-rnEKT, Ohaixl-chton, 8. C,
And No. 137 Broad street, opposite Monument rrtraef*,
MimiHtn. Ha A. lyr February 27
TUB SO. CA. RAILROAD COMPANY
HAVING RR-ESTABLISHED ITB RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING OFFICE, Me.chandii-o and Pro
l ?co consign d to its Agent from the inferior to Nortti
irn ports, and from Northern ports to the Interior, will
le cared tor on<i shipped to the point of destination
vlthont dolay a?d free of commission.
Consignments to be forwarded i>y sea must always be
icoompauied by Bills of Lading and Letter of Advice?.
vit h Instructions to insure if desired.
E. N. FULLER,
It, A F. Agent,
jay The Charlotte Times, Chester Standard, and
>rt?cnvi]lo Mountaineer, each copy one week and send
ills to tula offloe._Jane 2?
it A HITAN ANO DELAWARE BAY RAII#
fVNLY DIRECT ROUTE TO LONG BRANCH?THH
> / whole distance by rail?no changa of oars?no trav
lHug byS'age. On anj after Friday, June let, 1808,
he trains on this Road will le? ve tho Depot of Camden
nd Atlantic Railroad Company, at Cooper's Point, Clam
en, as follows, vie : 0 20 A. M , Express Train for Long
(ranch and New York and lntormedtalo Stations; 3.30?
? M., Mall and Express for New Yo k.
Returning, Trains leave Plor 32. foot of Duano-street*
forth River, via Hteamboat Josse Hoyt; at li A. M., Ex*>
ress Train for Long Brauch, Oamdoo and Intermediate
tattons; and i V. M. for all Station* on the Rosd.
Faro to ?nd from Now York or Lonr* Branoh, $2.
Excursion Ticket? to Long Branch from Camden, $7.
June 18 3mo- WM. N. OLaYPON, Sup't
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY,
Drawn Daily at Covington, Ky.
[URRAY, EDDY & CO., MAHA&ERS.
Tickets from Si to $30.
CIRCULARS 8BNT FREE OF CHARGE ORDERS
j tor TICKETS in the above LOTTERY promptly nt
uded to. Drawing? mailed as soon s the Lottery in
rawn. Havana Plan Lottery? 80,COO Tickets; 695
rlz's. Capital Prise, $100,000. Draws the 16th and
st of ca-Jj. month. Address
H. T. PETEB8,
United States Licensed Agent,
No. 90 Hasel street, or Key Box 53. Postoffleo.
Jnly SO amo