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Tiie JL->-Ltily JNuwi-ji
THU1?8DAY MOHNlNG, JUL? 26. loti?.
[From the Orang'burg Timtt, 2Mh in??]
Houses Going Up.? l'o ?eo tho number of storos
buitdiug a?, prvnout, a Puiiita'lv.iiiiai* would say
that our merchants h ?vo evidently "strack oil. -
Ezokiel A Kohu havo just finished painting thoir
haiulaomo building, hii.i havo a full stock of good?
on hand, wliict" ?boy ?n"or "t reasonable pncos.
O D Keilt & Co. aro now comfortably ensconced
in their lamo, airy, cool apart im-nt--.
Bull, Boovill ft Co., aro busy sduing an addition
to their atoro, uml othorwi*-o improving it.
Mr. J* A. Hamilton will havo hin store, now
building, roailv in a, IV w mouths.
Cornel? n. Kramer ?V. Co., hardly recovered from
tho heat or I ho lato tiro, havo alroady raisod thoir
fraino work nu??v<? all competitor?, and expect by
tho first of Ooiobor to bo roady for all comers.
Tli'- merchants and carpuutcrs sootn to be on tho
mo.it agruoablo terms. Wo wish tticm both auc
A meeting pr tho citizone of Or&ugoburg was
bold on Monday to appoint dclogatoa to tho Co
lumbia Convention. The following preamble.
and rosolntiona wero adoptod :
Whereas, Tho people of tho Southern States
mo iuvitod to unite with a I Coiiuorvative tueu, of
all suctinus, and all former political pur*.ion, in a
concerted effort to r?t?tore tho Union as it was,
and, with u view to consultation fit* tnat purpose,
to miet thriii in Convoution in Philadelphia, in
August noxt ; and wlioroa?, it is mauifoatly ex
potlio it that every portion of tho Southern pooplo
should nspmid to a call for consultation upon
matters deeply itlToetiug thuit* vital iuterost;?
Therefore, Iiexolucd, That a Coraniitteo of seven
member? be appointed by the Chair, to nominate
to this uioctiu-.; lour d legatos from Orango..urg
District to a ?State Convoution to bo held in Colum
bia on tho tirst day of August ucxt, lor the pur
poao of ?clouting delegate? from thiB State to the
prop-mod Pniladolphia Convention. Col. D. J.
Runiph, Capt. W. W. Li-giro. Col. Perry Amakor,
and Dr. Joetipb Kellor woro choson dologatoa.
[From the Abbeville Banner, 2lth intt.]
Wo loam that on Thurad*y aftornoon last,
Amaziah Pay ton, a free person of color, was ahot
at Hodge?' Dopot, by Mr. It. L. Guiding. Tho
particulars we havo nut loarnod. The citizens of
that place express thoir strong disapproval of the
On Monday a meeting of tho citizons of Abbo
Tillo Distriot was hold t_> appoint dologates to tho
Columbia Convention. Tho following preamble
and resolution wero adoptod:
Whereas, in tho jud?-mont of this meeting, it ?b
expodiout that tbi? State accept the iuyitation to
meet the Conservatives of tho wkolo Union in
oounoil at Philadelphia, and giro aid to a party
trhioh declares that it has for its objoct tho main
tenance of the Constitution and support of the
Resolved, That tho Chair appoint a Committee
of twelve to nominate twoivo delegates from this
Diatriot to tho Columbia Convention on the 1st of
August prox., to sond a representation from the
Congressional Districts and from the State at
large to tho National Union Convention, to be
hold in Philadelphia on the 14th day of the Bamo
Hon. D. L. Wardlaw, Gon. _. G. Haskell, Hon.
Thomas Thomson, Qen. 8. MoQowan, W. A. Lee,
Esq., MaJ. J. A. Leland, Dr. J. W. HearBt, James
M. Latimer, Esq., Dr. J. I. Bonner, Esq., James
A. Norwood, Esq., Col. M. O. Taiman, wore chosen
delogatoH to Columbia.
An Extract of the Presentment of the Grand
Jury of Lexington District, Extra Term, July,
I860.?Wo furthermore, Beoing tho distressed con
dition o? our couutry, the destitution of its citi
zens, and tho ruin now threatening thorn, most
earnestly recommend to our fellow-oitizona to
forbear tho institution of suits for debts against
their debtors. In making this recommendation
to the people, we do it laying aside all personal
considerations, and from mutivea purely and en
tirely devoted to tho good and interosts of our
(8igned) WM. HOWARD, Foreman.
[Columbia Ph nix.
Tlic Old M ?-re. h unta of Nevr Vnrlr.
[From the New York Stening l'oit.]
Uuder the pseudonym of Walter Barrett, a vete
ran clerk in a large mercantile houso of tnia city,
has been puiilishiug biB reminiscences of the more
prominent merchant-- of New York, whom he baa
known either personally or by reputation. The
fourth volumeof tho soriea U justissued by Carle
ton. Mr. Barrott could m-ver havo earned a
living merely as a writer. His style is that of a
fluent, gossippy talker, muchor the life and inter
est of whose narratives is lost in the effort to put
them in shape for the printer. Yet his book has
in it a host ot facts which will bo road with inter
est by New Yorkers. Ho has evidently heard a
good aburo of tho niorcautile gosBip of tho last
thirty or forty yo*.ra, and has a wonderful memory
of names and dates.
Taking hi? book for what it is?that is, aa desti
tute of literary meri-, bui as containing much in
teresting go?uip?we make a few oxtracts :
JOHN JACOB ASTOB.
He commenced advertising early. It was long
after this dute before ho became the great mer
chant and sont his ships to India. What a row ho
kiokod np in this city in 18081 It was at a timo
when the embargo of ilr. Jefferson was iti full
blast. Not an oy ?u r boat was allowed to go out
aide of fiaudv Iljok. Evory merchant did the
best ho knew how uuder tho circuuietauces. Fau
-oy the astonishment of tho ahip-ownera of this
city, who had ships lying in tho docks rotting
and idle, when they to.ik up tho Commorcial Ad
vortisor of Align?t 13, 1808, and road:
"Ye-iterday the ?hip Bearer, Captain Galloway,
Bailed for China."
There wero at that time eighty thousand people
in this city, and good old Matiuus \\ illett was
Mayor, and his grandfather had been tho flrat
Mayor of Mew York beforo him in I6G5, nearly two
hundred years ago. Every onu knew that tho ship
Heaver was built and owned by John Jacob Astor,
? * * # * * #
There was trouble among the merchants and
ship-owners when it beeamo known that tho sbi-p
of Mr. Aator ba.l actually gono to aeaonaloug
ludia voyage. Why should ho ijo fivored and nc
one eine? Finally it was ascertained that John
Jacob was too smart for ordinary merchants. He
bad obtained a special permission from the Presi
dent of the United States for bis Bhip Beaver
navigated by thirty seamon, to proceed on a voy
age to Canton, for the ostensible object of carry
ing homo to China a great Mandarin of China.
John Jacob Aator had pickod up a Obinamai
in tho Park, got up tho story, got the Presideutia
permit, and got bis Bbip to sea before other mer
obante smolt the mice.
A rival houfio then wrote a let-tor to tho Presi
dent (Jefferson), and told him thtt the great Chi
nose personago was no Mandarin?that he wai
not even a Hong merchant, or a liconsod eecurit*
merchant?that ho ? as only a common Chinea'
dook loafer that had boon smuggled out of China
It was stated that his doparture from China wa
contrary to laws of that country; that whei
bo arrived in China he would be pnt ashore pri
vat?ly from tbo Hoaver, and vory likely that hi
obscurity aud low condition of life might nffon
him his only chance of avoiding a summary death
It was hinted that if tho Goveroinent had bee
surprised at giving this permit by tho ropreaont?
tiveB o? Mr. Astor, that the error could bo coi
rocted, and that tho transaction could -be vindi
oated und the honor o? tho administration b
maintained by arresting At >r, and putting hi?.
through u. cou reo or spruuts.
It is not likely that a Secretary of Stato, in Hi
timo or JcfforstiD, could liavo bad bis bands great
ed. At any rate, it i? ?oil known that Mr. Beer.
tary of Stato Madison wa? a groat frioud <
Aator'a, for ho furnished birn with coplea of th
letters and tho names of Ida mercantile en.nn
Radical Bhavado.?It ie said that Lane, of Ir
diana, declared in tbo late Hadical oauoua i
Washington, "that a million of Boldiers woul
fluok to ttiu Capitol to sustain Congress again*
the tyranny or tho Promdout." If that be true
it would not bo the auldi.<ra who rougbt for th
vory objout that the Pr?-bidont is laboring to e
feet, the restoration of the Union. Ir any millio
come, it would bo those who are "soldiers i
peace, citizens in war."
Pitt?:lKll8 AND PARLIAMENTS IM UNOLAND ?
Riuco the passaKoor tin? P. tinm Act in 18:12, nino
Parliauit-ntu have boou held in England. In ono
itihtnno? only, that ol Lord Melbourne, has a
Parliauiont boon tlianolvetl by tho Minister uud? r
whuao auapicoa it wtiw olocteu. The firnt reformed
Parliament wa8 oalh'tl Jitmnry 23, 1838, by Earl
Groy, and dinu-nlved DeOMnbar 30, 1H.14, by Sir
Robert Tool. ItH 8ucconnor waa callotl February
9, 1835, by Sir Robert Tool, and dissolved July 17,
1837, bv Lord Melbourne. Tho next was called
November 15, 1837, by Lord Molbmirno, aud by
that Miniater d?B8??lved Juno 23, 1841. Tho euc
coodiug Parliament wae callod Auguat 18, 1841,
by Lord Melbourno, and dissolved July 23, 1847,
by Lord Joliu Russoll. Assembling ou Novombor
18. 1847, nntler tho leadership of Lord John Rub
aoll, this Parliament was iliasolved by Lord Derby,
July 1, 1852. Lord Derby's first Parliament was
oallod on Novombor 4, 1852, and dissolved March
21, 1857, by Lord Palmcrston. This house, culled
by Lord Palmcrston, April 30, 1858, was dissolved
April 23, 185!), bv Lord Dorbv. 1'ho conservativo
leader's second Parliament, CHlled May 81, 1859,
was dissolved July 6, 1865. by Lord Palmereton.
Tho lato Premier did not iivo to moot his second
Parliament, and it is, thoroforo, difficult to say
whether it would havo ttctod as tho majority of
its predecessors, and turned out the Minister
whoae policy it bad boon returned to support.
. > ?
Rainbow at Nioht?Tho Now Orloans Pica
yune of tbo I81I1 eays :
Ycstnrdav evening a mont beautiful and noarly
porfeot rainbow spanned tbo orient huaveuB, and
raado cheorfuf promiso for tho morrow :
"Rainbow In tho morning,
f-nl ors talto warn Ihr;
R illl'iO?*- at nlgut,
8ullors lako deliitlit."
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUE.
I. AN lili*? PICK ST?AM? R BARAUOSSA
jAA BARRELS "DOUBLE EXTRA," FRESH
I \_v\_r wheat aud fro.h ground.
For salo by 3. h F. DAW90N,
July 25_1_No. Btt East Bay.
SUGAR, COFFEE, &c, &o.
A f\ BARREL8 ORU8HED A AND' O 8UGAR8
_ \J 10 barrels P it and id quality 8o"?r?
90 bag? Rio and dt. Domtnco OoffM
100 boxos Soaps and St ircl
75 boxes Adamantine, French, and Tallow
40 quarter chests Hyson and Black Teas
100 dozen Buokels, Brooms, and Notts Tubs,
Matohes, Banff. Sogar?, Ulckliig, Paper,
Splcos of all kinds, with other goods on
BALLANTINE & SONS* OREAM 8TO0K ALE.
FAIRBANKS k CO.*S B0ALE8?all ?lies.
For Balo by 3. h F. DAWSON,
July 20 1 No. 9S East Bay.
BACON, HAMS, BUTTER. LARD,
SVQAR, FLOUR, ?Sic., ?S.o.
185 EAST BAY. 185.
r a \ BBL3. OHOIOE MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
OU ? bbls. A, M, O and Brown Sugar
76 obis. Extra? Famil?, ?Flour
60 tubs Extra Lard
20 tuba ??Leal" Lard
? firkins Butter "ohoIce"
25 half bbls. No. 1 Msckorol
? hhds. Bacon Strips?neto
? Ulula. Bsgged Bams?neto
50 boxos 8. O. Soda
60 boxes Adamantino Candles?10 lbs each
25 boxes Adamantine Caudles?20 bs each
25 boxes Moula Candles?30 lbs each
5 bbls. Tapioca
? bbls. Blackberry Brandy
? bbls. Ourrai. t Win o
? cases Ol? ger aud Lemon Syrup
? cases "Mums' " Champagne, ?o., Ac
For Bale at lowest market prices, by
GEO. H. H0PP0CK.
July 26 Hiatus
BACON STRIPS, SIDES,
NHOTJI.DK HH, ?be,
TIEBOESOHOIOE HUUAR-O?UI?D BACON STRIPS
li barrels hoieo Sogar-Cured Baoon Strips
4 htidB. Choice U. B. Sidos
6 hhds. Strictly Prime Shoulders
5 hhds. secoDd quality Bhoulders
10 tos. WashiDg.un aud other brands Choice Hams
to boxes Sweet Tobacco (suitable for plantation,
*"" "l?UBKY & ALEXANJJ-U.
July 20__3_ No. 137 East Bay.
EXTRA AND SUPER FLOUR
LANDING FROM STEAMER "8ABAGOS8A."
300 bushels OATS.
For sale by WILLIAM BOAOH.
'i o au? I vie PBR. STEAMER.
3000 bnshois CORN. In sacks 1 July 26
Q Q/. BDaHEL8 PRIME MARYLAND WHITE
O ? *? CORN, In two buBhel ruuu?es, to arrive from
Baltimore por steamship 'Star of the South." .
For sale by ARORIUALD GETTY k CO..
No. 128 Meotlng street and North Atlantic Wharf.
COW PEAS FOR SEED.
FOR BALE 100 BUSHELS PRIME COW PEAS, SUIT
ABLE for planting.
Apply to RWENEL h BABNWFLL,
No. 177 East Bay, opposite Accommodation Wharf.
July 20 2
EXTRA BAKERS' AND FAMILY
I f\f\ BBLS. OF THE FAVORITE BRAND, CITY
IVJ-I OF CHARLESTON
100 bblB. Extra lamliy Flonr, fresh ground.
100 bushels be-1 quality CORN MEAL.
IllCli HIV? SYRUP.
25 bbds. and 100 bbls. of the above brand SYRUP
1000 sacks largo tizo and Ane order.
ltor_ A No TWINB.
76 coIIb >, lnob BRIGHT MANILLA BALE BOPS
100 colls y, in h Kentucky Hemp Balo Rope
6 bales best three-ply Twine.
TOBACCO, NAILS AN?' SOAP.
80 boxes TOBACCO
200 kegs Nal-s, a*snrted slz?s
CO boxe? Jackson's No. I Soap, 2 lb. bars,
Baugb's Phosphate Limo
Beese'a Pacific Uuano.
Received on consignment and for sala by
J. N. ROBSON,
July 24_tntba3_Wo. 62 East Bsy.
f r\ HHDS. BACON 8IDE8
X\J 10 hhds. Bacon Shoulders.
COUNTRY CORED HAM8 AND MDBS.
. For sale by THOMPSON h BROTHER,
July 26_8_No. 112 East Bay.
JUST BE0EIVED DIRECT FROM BOSTON, 200
packages ?fresh New Mackerel, comprising Nos. 1,
a and 8, In bbls., hilf bbls. and kits. For sale low by
July 23_mthi_No. 78 Ea?t Bay.
A00N8TANT SUPPLY OP" 81 PERIOR NAILE
from "Tredagar" Works, Virginia, kept on band
and for sale low. PINCENEY BROS.,
July 21 eluthS North Atlantic Wharf.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
?)f\ HUDS. BACON, "SHOULDERS AND fclDES"
_} VJ 50 tierO'S Hams, Sugar-Cured
WOO barn-Is Fluir, Extra and Supor
100 barrels Sugar, all grados
2f> firkins Uutior, Ouanon
60 ?rkius and tubs Lard, Extra anl Olty
60 sacks Coffin, Java, r.io and Lagusyra
100 kegs Nails, assorted alzos
100 barr?la Whlskoy. all qualities.
MANY OTHER ARTICLES too numerous to men
For salo at LOWEST MARKET PRIOE, by
L. F. KOEHTER,
June 28 thmtulmo No. 04 East Bay.
HAVANA AND OO^NEOTIODT ALWAYS Ol
hand, aad for sal a in lots to salt purobas rs, b?
No. 15 Exchange street, near Old Poitoffloe.
July 3? 6*
IN THE CITY I
CHARLESTON, S. C,
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO
inform his customers, and the
pubic 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 object, regardless of
Annexed will be found a List
of some of the leading articles,
showing the present and former
FKOCKS AND SAGES.
FINR BLACK CLOTH FULL DBESS
FROCK COATS.$88 $32
FINE IU-AOK CLOTH FULL DRE8S
FBOOK COATS . ?15 30
FINE BLAOK OI?OTII F?LL DRESS
8A0K8. 90 18
FINE BLAOK CLOTH HALF LINED
SACKS. 14 11
FINE FBENOH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED SACKS. 82 38
FINE FBENOH SILK MIXED SILK
LINED 8JLOK8. 31 27
FINE ENGLISH OA8S. FULL LINED
SACKS.,. 28 M
FINE FBENOH MOUNTAIN DEW 0A8S.
SKELETON SACK. 34 30
HARBI8 QUE Y OA88. SKELETON
BAOK. -I 18
OHIVROIT OA8S.- SKELETON 8AOK.. 30 16
8CPEB ENGLISH HELTON SKELE
TON hack. aa- is
DABK OBEY AND BROWN HAIR LIN
EDOASS.SAOK. 14 11
COLOBED ALPACA SAOK. 8 8
WHITE LINEN DUCK SACKS. .$11, 97, $0, $10, 6, 6
COLORED ALPACA BA0K8. 8 7
BBOWN AND OBEY TWEED SAOK... 6 6
UliOwn uiuci? L>og_ oaon. a s
BROWN LINEN D?OK 8ACK. 6 4
BBOWN LINEN SUITS, SAOK, PANTS
AND VEST. 10 8
BLAOK BILK ALPACA .?AOK. 8 60 7.60
BLAOK SILK ALPAOA8ACK. 7 8
BLAOK ALPACA SAOK. 8 4
BLAOK FBENOH DOE OASS. PANT8. .$16 13
BLAOK FBENOH DOE OASS. PANTS.. IS 11
BLAOK FBENOH DOECAS8. PANTS.. 12 ? 10
FRENCH 8ILK MIXED CA89. PANTS.. 16 13
FBENOH SILK MIXED OAHH. PANTS.. 15 12
FRENCH SILK MIXED CAS8. PANTS.. 18 10
LIGHT COLOBED ENGLISH MELTON
PANTS. 13 10
LIGHT COLOBED FBENOH OASS.
PANTS. 14 11
OH1VBOIT OAH8. PANTS. 13 10
STRICTLY ENGLISH 0A8d. PANTS... 16 12
LIGHT COLORED OA88. PANTS. 7 6
HAIR-LINED OA83. PANT8. 9 8
LUPINE HAIR-LINED OASS. PANTS.. 8 7
FRENCH DRAB D'ETE PANTS. 13 10
FRENCH JOINER CLOTH PANTS. 12 9
ENGLI8H DBAB D'ETE PANTS. 7 6
BLAOK ALPACA LINED PANTS. 6 4.60
COLORED OASS. PANTS. 6.60 4.60
COLORED OASS. PANTS. 3 3
LINEN AND COTTON WORKING
PANTS. 3 1.80
V ___ S TS.
BLAOK CLOTH VESTS (BILK BAOK).. 11 9.60
BLAOK SATIN VESTS. 7 6.60
BLAOK SILK ALPAOA VESTS. 6.80 4.60
COLORED BILK VESTS. 7 5.60
COLOBED SILK VESTS. 12 10
BLAOK AND WHITE ENGLISH OASS.
VESTS. 8 6
SILK MIXED FBENOH CAB9. VESTS.. 7 6
QUEEN'S CLOTH VESTS. 6.60 _?0
HAIR-LINED OA88. VES 18. 6.60 4.60
BROWN UNEN DUCK VtSTS. 8.60 8
BBOWN LINEN DBILL VESTS. 3.60 3
Vf HITE MARSEILLES VESTG. $7 aid 6 $6 and 6
A F?LL SUPPLY OF THE
FINEST SHIRTS ASD COLLARS HADE
Together with a Largo Lot of
GLOVES, NECK TIES, &c.,
Whtoh will be aold at correepondlng Low Price**...
U?- The Price la plainly marked on each artlole.
Capt. B. W. McTureous,
A8 USUAL, WILL TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN
Accommodating hla friends, and the pnb'lo In general,
AT THIS PLAOE, who are respectfully invited, to <_1L
WM. MAITIIIGffl, AGBNT,
No. 219 King-street.
OHABLESTON, S. O
<fuly 11 lmo
wanted ih'iiiih fly, a
?VEShRL to loa?) Lniiih?r lor New York, ?.-isbty
Mhuusaud foot cepaolty. Apply t >
' A -OITTY A CO.,
___, _ . Ko H8 Moi lll?(f Hlroflt,
July 12 thstn Ard North Allaittlu Wharf.
FOR 0EOR_?TOW_?7s. C.
? F __. 1ST 1ST I _3,"
OAl-T. W. T. MoSELTY.
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Friday Morning, at 6 o'clock.
Ri turning?will I tuvo Ueortjotoaui ovory Sunday Morn
ing, at 8 o'clock
Freight rcCL'lv d the day boforo Balling.
For Freight or Passage apply t?.
Fr-ROnSON A n*_ME8,
N. B.?Freight (prepaid) will bo t?keii lor Conwaybnro'
and Chcraw, to i?o traimfoT'-d at Oonruntown to steam
ers Litt In Ada and R Iv Bel). wtb July 26
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
OAPT. TH08. B. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODA 'ION WHARF EVERY
Wednesday Morning, _ 0 o'clock Returning,
will leave Georgetown ovory Thursday Morning, at 11
Freight received the day boforo sailing.
For Freight or passage, ?ppiy to
FERGUSON k HOLMES,
N. B,? Freight (propald) will be taken for Conway
bore' and Cheraw, to be transferred at Georgetown to
steamors Littl Ada and R. E. Bell. June 4
REGULAR SEMI-WEEK.-* LINK.
EVERY TUE8DA? AND FRIDAY?RETURNING
WEDNESDAY AND BATORDAY.
FOR NORTH AND SOUTH BDISTO, ROCK
Vil.LE ANO INTERMEDIATE LAND
FHE FAST STEAMER
JOSEPH F. TORRENT,
LEAVES ATLANTIC WHARF AS ABOVE. FRIDAY
MORNING. July 27tb, at 5 o'clock precisely.
Freight received daily ai-d stored without extra charge.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
CHARLES L. GUILLEAT7VE,
Corner East Bay and Atlantic Wharf.
N. B.?All Freight and Charleston Wharfage payable
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMEANY.
FARE REDUCED TO $35.
Lea v lu g ?each Port every Alt?rnate Th urn _iy.
BTBAUBHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
Oarx. R. W. Loo-woon.
OAi-r. O. P. a__?OUsi.
rf__SE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY ZNDUCB
X M?NT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUB?10, having auporlor aocommodatloiis for Passen
gers, with tables supplied by every luxury the New York
and Oh_'If?ton markets can afford; and, for safety, speei
?d comfort, are nnrlvaUed on the coast.
nrriLL leave north Atlantic wharf on
T Y SATURDAY, July . 8, at ? o'clock.
Liberal advauoea made on consignments to New
For Freight or Pas jago, apply at the office of the
Agents. WILLIS k OHlHOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consigne?In New York?Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOX
A CO. July 2u
FOR NEW YORE.
THE BEGU-AB UNITED STATES MAIL LINB
OF FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS,
4UAKER CITY. i SARAGOSSA,
ANDALUSIA. | GRANADA,
THE 8IDEWHEEL BTEAMBH1P
&J?T*,J?Gr O 8SA,
OAPT. M. B. CROMWELL,'
WILL LEAVE ADGER'S WHVRF ON HATCH
DAY, JULY 28t!?, at 1 o'clock P. M.
No berth ?eonred until paid for
No Freight received unless engaged at onr office.
No FBRisrrr received after ? o'clock on Raturday.
Freight and Wharfage on pot l?liable articles must be
paid at onr office.
ASTTho Steamer GRANADA will leavo on 4th August.
July 23 RAVBNEL A CO.. Agents.
THE PUBLIO ARE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED
that these highly esteemed BITTERS are now made
by the samo person who mad? them for over twenty
years for James Muorboad. Ho having the original re
ceipt, can confidently recommeLd tkom equal to any
made dnritig _i>oi head's life time.
So d in quaotttlea to suit purchasers at No 89 OAL
HOUN.f-TUfc?T, sou? side, between Meeting and An
son street?. JAMES MoKEAN.
July 11 l?o
HASJDHC RECEIVED DIRECT FKOM ENGLAND,
ABOUT ?00 YAltDd OF BOPERFINE CONFED
ERATE OBEY OL.OTH, mannticturedeypro?lyforelvlh
la'i's summer and earl) fall wear in the South Will
be sold in Suits, or small lots. Also, in bond, about
8000 yarda of heavy GRUYB for winter.
N. B, These ?baies will always be lowid In my store.
HkNIlY TRENCHAUD. formerly Ol. th manufacturer
?or the Co lederate State? Army, Nos. 1? and 18 Ex
change street. Charletton, ?. 0.
03- Will barter for WooL Imo June 39 '
iOSTON ANlf CHARLESTON
THE NEW A I
THEODORE. D. WAGNER,
CAPTAIN llOl-rw-Y BAXTER,
OF ABODT 700 7 ON8 BURTHEN,
18 READY TO REGE'VK FRhlOHT. AND WILL
loavo BoHtmi for (.'hurlf-nton, H. o.. on Saturday, 28th.
luly, lobe f<*?vM<-_ immediately by Itor ounsortol same
DANTA. Li.W .' A t <*>., No. 9 Morcliauli?* Row, Agent?
A ?I. .-At? ; f. / , 11 lot Clurlosion. R. O , will for
rar, non i ! Am-- ; Atlanta, Columbia, Cauiden,
Ir-loiMi<-, IV *-*-. 11,1 iitt i Head, JricM-.iivllIo, I'alatiha,
F!a . 0<-s ic t wii, *. c, aim ?u lutortue?tutt* points.
J y I?'-_
PACIFIC MAIL STi AMSllrT COMPANY'S
CARRYING THE ?. S. MAIL.
Through in Twenty-two Days.
8T-a-iuHn>B on tub OoHNEcrrn-o on -* *_-_ P_o_nc
AT-AKZIO, with tue
NORTHERN LIGHT..GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, 40., 40.
SXfin OF THE ABOVE LAROE AND SPLENDID
\f Steamships will loavo Pier No. 43 North River, foot
ofOanal-street, at la o'clock, noon, xthe 1st, nth ?ad
aiat of every month (except wheu .hoae dates fall?n
Sunday, and then on the preceding Hoturdny), for ASPIN*
WALL, connecting via Panama Railway with one of the
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN*
OISOO, touching at AOAPULOO.
Departures of lat and 21st connect at Panama with
steamer? for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Those of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A dlnoonut of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' rate*
allowed to second cabin and steerage- passongt rs with
famille?. Alao, an allowance of ONE-QUARTER on
through ratea to clergymen and their families, and
school teachers; soldiers having honorable dischargee,
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adult.
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through and at?
tend to ladies and children without male protectors.
Baggage reoetved on the dock the day before sailing,
from steamboata, railroads, and paaeengors who prefer
to send down early.
An experienced Bargeon on board. Medicine and at
For Passage Tickets, or farthor information, apply at
the Company'? Ticket Offloe, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
CANAL-STREET, NORTH BIVEB, NEW YORK.
Jnly 3_?nina_H ~ HGI M a S A**en?.
PASSAGE REDUCED !
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OK FROM
BY SAILING 8HIP8, BAILING EVERY WEEK.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Balling every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to mutt
from New York.
Great Reduction In Faro to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland, at the very Lowest RateB.
Passengers, on arrival in New York, will have t_*ii
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed on
For Passage, Ac, apply to P. SHEAHAN, No, 22)
West street. New York, or
M. M- QUINN * BROTHER,
No. 537 Krao Strret, Ohaiii_?ton, 8. C,
And No. 1S7 Broad street, opposite Monument street
Anim?la, (i. A. lyr t-'ebroary 21
-? aa_w?M?a?^?_aww? ????^^
THE SO. CA. RAILROAD COMPANY
HAVING RK-ESTABLISHED IT8 RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING OFFICE, Meuhandiso and Pro
dice consign d to its Agent from Uio in ?rlor to North?
era porta, and from Northern ports to the Interior, wll 1
be cared ior and shipped to the polut of destination
without delay n? d free of commission.
Consignments to be forwarded i>y sea must always bo
accompanied by Bills of Lading and Letter of Advice,
with Instructions to insure if desired.
E. N. FULLER,
R. k F. Agent,
AS" The Oharlotte Times, Chester Standard, and
Greenville Mountaineer, each copy one week and send
billa to tola office._June 28
KAHITAff AND DELiVWAHE BAY IIAIL
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO LONG BRANCH?THE
whole distance by rail?no change of cars?no trav
elling by B'ago On anl after Friday, June let, 186?,
the trains on this Road will to* ve tho Depot of O am den
and Atlantlo Railroad Company, at Cooper's Point, Cam
den, as follows, viz: 9 20 A. M , Exproas Train for Long
Branch and New York and intermediate Stations* 3.80
A. M., Mail and Express for New Yo k.
Returning, Train? leave Pior 32, foot of Duane-atreet,
North River, via Steamboat Jonso Hoyt; at It A. M., Ex
presa Train for Long Branch. Oamdon and Intermediate
Stations; and * P. M. for all ?-Ration* on the Road.
Fare to and from Now York or Long Branch, $2.
Excursion Ticket? to Long Branch irom Camden, $3.
JunelS 3&JO WM. N. OL*.Y_t>N, Snp't
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTEBY,
Drawn Daily at Covington, Ky.
MURRAY, EDDT & CO., MANAGERS.
Tickets from $1 to .$30.
CIRCULARS SENT FREE OF CHARGE ORDERS
for TI0EBT8 In the above LOTTERY promptly at
tended to. Drawings mailed aa soon s the Lottery la
drawn. Bavana Plan lottery?80.00U Tickets; 693
Priera. Capital Prise, $10o,000. Draws the 16th and
3lst of oath month. Addreaa
?. T. PETERS,
United Stetoa Lioensed Agent,
__, No. 00 Buelatmt, or Key Box 63, Portofflo?.
Jnly 20 Imo