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yjt-ie J-Utily JN ews.
WEDNESD\Y M'MININO, AUO?ST 1, 1866.
Kegulc-r PI. < iii.,; of louncll.
The rogulnr moeiioa of tlio Oity Council was
held at tlio Citv Hill yesterday aftrrnonn. jProai?nt
-Tho Maror, At?l?l -va lUvi?nol, Wragg, Gerdts,
Small, O'Ni'ill, ?teiiiinoyer, Willis, Oakes, Honour,
Marehall, Euatoii, Cosgrove, Butler, Oourtenay,
Tho minatoa of tho last mooting wcio read and
Tho appllcalions of G. Fuziiauskl, Jos. Win
throp, ana JaniuB Lowndes, for renewal of ct-r
tillcatou of Citv h?x percent. St->oks, wero granted.
Petit ion? of W. Y. Leitch for auotioneer'a lice use;
Soranton &. Davie, to kep a billiard table ; Ht. L.
Aituar, J. Alhrecht, Oook &, Co., Lilionthal & Co.,
E. 0. Metz, J Wiotors, 0. IX Ahrontj, J. E. Bemko
A Co., Steffous & Co., L. Sohuoll.Tideman, Elinok
A Wiokonbor?, D Paul ?.. Co., Jas. Wiley, P. O.
Kerrigan, and other??, for lioenso No. 1, woro re
ferred to tho Committed on Licenses.
A communication from the Commissioners of tho
Orphan H >uao, aouomp-utod by tho report of a
Committeo of tho Board of Commissioners, waa
r of cr nul to a npocial committee of Uve, consisting
of Aidormon Willis, Priugle, Cosgrovo, Small and
The petition of sundry residents of Line stroot,
for tho abatement of a nuisance, was referred to
tlio Aldorraea of Wards Noa. 6 and 8.
Application of 0. A Barbot, to bo reimbursed
ono-half of tho cost of iho streot pavomont in
front of hi" residence, corner Tnwld and Mooting
streets, waB roforroil to tho Committoe on Streets.
The memorial of. Theodore*Stoney, Win, 0. Cor
rie and A. S. Taylor, in rotation to the intro uic
tion of wator iuto the city from the Edisto River,
was roft-rred to tho Special Committeo on a pre
vious mum rial, consisting of the Mayor, Aidor
mon Bavenel, Willie ?nd Butler.
Petition of A. Hibernicht, for p??rmi8eion to
.Greet a shed at No. 46 Church street, was reforrod
to the Committee on Brick and Wooden Buildiugs.
Petition of J_moB Molndoo, to be relieved of
Iris contract for doing scavenger work on Upper
Wards, and for the relief of bia snretios in rela
tion to his commet, waa granted; and the sureties
were roferred to the Committee on Rotronchmont
A communication from a committeo of the lot
boldors of the burnt diatriot in the weatern part
of the city, was read and referred to the Commit
tee on Streets.
Alderman Bteinmeyer made a report on the ap
plication of 09 parties to retail spirituous liquors
(published on the 21st and 23d insta.), recommend
ing they bo granted. Adopted.
Report of same oommittee on the application
of J. & W. Knox for an auctioneer's license, re
oommeuding that it bo granted, waa adopted.
Alderman Honour, from the Committoe on Re
lief, to whom wat? roft-rrud the potitiou of the
ateoplemen and day men of St. Michael's steeple,
made a report recommonding that the petition be
granted. Also, a report of ?arno Committee on
the petition of the Police Detectives for an in
-orease of pay, recommending that it be granted,
and that they bo allowed each 3700 per annum,
The Mayor brought before the Connell tho case
of Street Contractor of Ward No. 1 for dereliotion
of duty. Baid contractor has already been fined
over the amount due him as salary for one month.
Alderman Bteinmeyer movod that tho pay of
aaid contractor be stopped, and his sureties be
notified of the same. Adop ed.
The Mayor stated that it was necessary to ap
point proxies to.vote in the meeting of tho Nash
ville and Chattanooga Railroad Co., in which the
city was interested. The Mayor BUggeated that Mr.
Ooma be appointed, with power to appoint an
other. Tho motion was made and carried.
A motion was made to appoint Alderman Mar
shall as a oity proxy to represent the city at the
eleotion of tho Memphis and Charleston Railroad
Alderman Marshall acoepted, and the motion
The following bill came op for ita second read
_ dill ? -Ms?? __. onDifiAsoE mmn "ah osan*
NANCE TO BKOnOANIZE TBK CITY OUAIIU AM. roues
FOBOE OF THE CITY." BATIl'IED ICtU VKBBUA.I1Y, 1838.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in City
? Council assembled, That St ctlon First of an ominanco
entitled "An ordinance to reorganize tho Oity Uruard
and Police Force of the city," r-tlned February 16th,
-I860, be ?mendea so as to read a? follows, viz. :
Fibst. That ou and after toe pas age of this bill the
-Oity Guard and Police Force of the city of Charleston
shall consist of ono Captain, titree First Lieutenants,
-four Lieut nanta, two Orderly Sergeants, eighteen Bor
age nts, one hundred and flit? Privates, or Polloemen,
and eight Detective Police Agents; all of whom shall be
at all times, day and night, at the command and In the
service of the city. In addlt on to the above, tbero ?hall
be ten steeplnmep and four daymen, who shall be em
ployed solely for the duties at. present required of
eteeplemen and daymen of tbe Oity uuard. The addi
tional Lieutenant provl led for to be appointed in Uko
manner with the other Lieutenants, and to have especial
supervision over the detective branohof the police, sub
jeot only to tbo orders of the Mayor or Captain of
Police, and to porloim such other duties as may be
assigned to li lui.
Second. That the pay of the detectives be inoreased
to 9700 per annum, aud that of the eteeplemen and
daymen to $27 50 per month.
When a motion was made to make the pay of
the dotectivea the sarao nu the sergeants, viz:
$800 per annum. Some diacusBion arose, but on
the vote being taken, the original bill was adopt
ed and passed for ita second reading.
Alderman Willis movod that it he taken up for
??An third reading. Motion was adopted ana the
bill road, ana its title changed to that of an ordi
Alderman Marshall offered a resolution that a
-committeo of five bo appointed to confer with the
oitizens on the speedy rebuilding of the burnt
district and waste places, and to arrange some
lan by which such building could be stimulated.
Iderman M. drow a strong contrast between
Charleston and other Southern cities which have
Buffered equally, and showed that now they had
Outstripped Charleston, and unloss speedy action
is taken, Charleston will stagnate. The motion
-was a'lopted, and the following committee ap
pointed: The Mayor, Aldermen Marshall, Bavenel,
Oakes and Small.
Council proceeded to elect a City Physician in
aplace of Dr. Baer, resigned. On the vote being
-taken, Dr. Prioloau was declared elected.
Alderman Butler movod that the bill regulating
City Pilotage be ratified in form. Adopted.
No other bueinoBs being brought before Coun
? eil, they adjourned.
E. LOUIS LOWE.
(Formerly of Maryland.)
' COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
NO. 5G WAIi-i-STREET,
NEW YORK CITY.
' 1RY0R & POTMAN, ~~
Attorneys and o_u.8__lon at Law,
m KI?. 05 L1BKBTY 8TBEET,
Roger A. Pryor.Titos. W. Pitt mun
8. J. TOWN8KND.j. H. HUDSON,
TOWNSEND & HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLIOITOBS XJST EQTJTT "ST,
BUNN_TT8VI-._T?, S. C.
WIIiL ATTEND T ) BU8INEHS IN THE DISTRICT?
of Mariboro', Otii.ter-tld, Darlington aud
Marion. Smos July 6
No. 193 EAST BAY.
J. 8. SOjEflRMER.
WHOLESALE DE ?LB a IN FOREIGN AND DOME?
TIO KICK. An assortment of all grade? con
?tanti? on hand._ June 83
G_>>?_ A _. A k . . -AUa-flT? rt'AN'l'fcW TC
ra_S? neu ? n-w^tw wondertal SEWING MACH?NJb
toionijaamr. ?uailcanaed. Ad-rasa SHAW ? C_IBS
B-t.a-orj alatu.. BaptamoatM
UliUiC? i'u it i? Ki CO SU?Aii.
;/* Kims. CHOICE PORTO MUO SUGAR
?.Vf CO barr?la i!holc>< Porto Rico Sogar
io baxre'a Ch. too .St, Qrols sugar.
Lauding ox schooner "HulllU." ami fir "ile by
August 1_8 HENRY CORIA & CO.
CHOICE BACON SIDES AND
SU .(li.DK. It S.
?)r BHD8. CHOIOl. BAOON HIDES
?Jf) 26 litiil? choleo Bacon Should-rs.
Landing ihia day ex steamer Aiielo. and for sale by
August 1 a HKNRY i'OKI > H ii).
FLOUR, FLOUA, &o.
A 0/"aBBL8. EXr?A FINK 8UPEB FLO?B, FBESH
?i;?)\j ground from old Wheat
100 bhls. best Family Flour, from new Wbeat
CO bbls. bfBt Baltimore Bye Flour.
All of which will ho sold. In lots, to the trado, at re
duced prices, while isnd<ng.
ALSO, IN STOnn,
?000 busfaols White aud Yellow CORN
ICO t>a!ea Hay.
For sale by STENHOUSE & CO.,
August 1_2_Fast Day.
YELLOW CORN AFLOAT.
Ofa/lA BUSHELS Ylja-LOW OOBN, IN BAGS.
.>'Mn/ lauding from sto.iiuor E. B. Souder, At
For salo by JOHN CAMPEEN k CO.,
No. 14 Markot street, opposite dtate street.
Z(~\/~\f\ BO HEL8B*LTIM<>BEPBIME WHITE
.f\J\J\J COM?, lauding this day ox steamer
For salo low irom tho wharf, by
WILLIS v CHISOLM,
July 31 S North Atlantic Whtrf.
OKAA B?8HEL8 PRIMB WHITE M\RYLAND
?jD\J\J PROVIrtl . ? CORN, per Schooner "Jonas
Sparke." at Brown's Wharf.
For nalo low While lan..lug, by WEST k JONES,
Tuly 31 a No. 76 East Day.
r)Zf\f\ BUSHELS PRIMB WBI'B MARYLAND
ZOU' / COHN, landing tula day from sehr. Jonas
?parks Browu'a Wharf.
For sale by PORCHER k HENRY,
Jaly 31 3 _No. 32 Kant Ray,
PRIEE WHITE CORN IN BULK.
'/"V/.**"-/~\ BU9HISLS PRIMB WHITE OOBN IN
OlJUU bulk, landing thU day from sohooners
Jonas rjpirk and O voca on Brown'a Wharves.
For sale by
JNO. OAMPSEN ft CO..
No. 14 Harket street, oppotlte State street.
July 80_ a
QQ A BUSHELS PRIMK MARYLAND WHITE
OOtc CORN, In two bushel gunnies, to arrive from
Baltimore per ateamahlp 'Star of the South."
For sale by ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO..
No 128 Meeting street and North Atlantis.Wharf.
COW PEAS FOR SEED.
JUSTBEOEIVBD BY EXPRESS, TWO HUNDRED
bushols of first.quality PEAS.
.< AIAO IN BTOBR AMU FOB ULI LOW,
HAY and OBAIN o( every variety. Dolivorod lu any
part of the city free of charge.
B. ARNOLD at CO.,
No. 210 Meeting-street, corner John street.
July 80_m wa?
FISH AND MEATS.
i * f\(\ PAOKAQES BOSTON MACKEREL, SIZES
\Jv/\ f aod Nob. te sun
800 packages Plcklod Herring
10U bbls. Mess lieef
60 bbls. Mesa Pork
80 bbls. Prime Pork
200 boxes Codfish
25 kits Salmon Iront
10 bbls Sugar Cured Haus
10 bbls Smoked Beef.
AU of the above for sale low to close out stock.
GEO. W. OLABR k CO.,
At S. 8. Farrar Bros, st Co.'a Old Stand,
Ooruor East Bay and Cumberland streets.
July Q5 wfinG
JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FBOM BOSTON, 200
packages Kresh New afaokorel, comprising Nos. 1,
2 and 8, in bbls., half bbls. and kita. For aale low by
July 23 _ mth4 No. 78 East Bay.
LIME. LIME, LIME
I A ?A?\ BARRELS EXTRA WHITE FINISHING
JLffcTJ" LIMB-cargo schooner Abby Brackott
landing and for aale by OLNEY k CO..
July 31 Noa. 0 and 11 Vemlue Bange.
LIME LIME, LIME.
1 A fid BARREL9 FKE8H EASTERN LIME,
L~t\J\J lanaing from Schooner 8. R. Jameson.
. IN BTOBK
CEMENT, PLASTEE, Hair, White Pine, White Wood.
Hickory and Ash Lumber.
For sale by OLNBY k CO.,
July 31 Nos. 0 and 11 Vendue Bango.
ROPE! ROPE! ROPE!
Ki \ COILS HEMP HOPE, U 1NOH
D\J 78 colls Manilla Bope, % luch
60 colls Manilla Press Bope, "? inch
For salo low by BRDNS k BEE,
July 30_ 8 No. 78 East Bay.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THETR
arrangements once moro for the manufacture ol
the best COTTON GI N3 ever mado in tula country, are
now prepared to receive orders from Plantera and
others wishing to purchase.
Th*> loua established and well-known r?putation ol
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GIN8, w11), we hope, be a sum
oiont guarantee that the article will give entire aatlsiao
tlon. J. M. ELLIOTT & CO.,
May 14 Wlnnstiom. S. O.
P. C. KERRIGAN,
No. 80 HARKET-STREET,
OFFERS FOB * ALE, LOW FOB OASH, THE FOL
LOWING ARTICLE?, viz:
- bbla. ot Gibson's Whiskey
- casks, "Vf and >?. ol Brandy ,
- halt plpea and bhls of Gin
- casks of Sherry, Madeira and Port Wlno
- bbla. of Jamaica Rum
100 cases of Gibson's XXX Whisk' y
20 oases of Otard, Dupuy k Oo's Brandy
25 cases of Holland Gin
25 oaaea of Jamaica Rum
60 oasts ot Wise's and afeehan'a Irish Whiskey
25 oases ot Bamsay's Scotch whiskey
60 cases of Extra Gopuer Distilled Whiskey
25 baskets of Champagne, "Piper's Heldselck"
20 eases of Champagne, "Most St obandon"
20 cases of Champagne. "V. Oliquot Ponaardln"
100 caaos ol Sherry Wine
100 oases of Madeira Wine -
60 cases of Port Wine *
100 cases of Claret Wine, from $4 to $7 per ease
20 oases of Bauterne Wine
20 casca of Champagne Older, pinta and quarts
200 cases of Ale, various brand.-, pints and quarts
60 cases of Porter, various brands, pints and quarts
60 casks of Ale. 8 to 10 dozen in each, and tho following
brands : Jeffrey's, Y UUger's, MoEwSU'S, AUsopp'S,
Bass k Co.'s and Muir k Son'*
2% casks of Porter, 8 dozen lu each, and the foil o win s
brands : E. k O. lliboort'e, Falklrk's and Barr ?
100 caras o? ?he OELEDBaT&D "WAHOO AND CALL
haya UlTTEBS," tor which I am solo agent foi
P. O. KKltlllQAN, No. 80 Mirket street,
Betwtou Meeting and Bing streets.
July 58 mwfia
JOHN KING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
Nos. 148 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KKBll'S WH.?BP,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASHi
HEIDSIKOK CHAMPAGNE, QDABTS AND PINTS
?HEBRY WINE, in caira aud in casks
MADKiHA wine, lo cases and in casks
2L??*?T.?iNE8-ln o*"*? pints aud hah* pinta
Ci ?RP* ALS, in cases-a variety
BITTERS (E. a. Self), in cases
BRANDIES, In cases and In casks
GIN8, In cases and in casks
BDM, in cases *
WillHKH'H, lu emeu and in casks . .. . .
ALB, In oase*. quartaand pinta . . / "
LAGKR BEER, Li quarter barrels, also In Dints.racked,
eighl doaen to Uta om*U^ taoaV ?4tiwiU
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
TUE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECTFULLY
inform their friends and customers (bat
they bave this da; MARKED DOWN the
remainder of their SUMMER STOCK at
and below cost, We are also now re
ceiving a large assortment of GOODS
adap ed to Merchants' and Planters'
trade, which has just been purchased
in -Yew Vor li, by one of the li m, at the
lowest cash prices, and will be sold at
Miia 11 advance?
CONSISTING IN PAST OF:
1 cose 10.4 BLEAOHED SHEETING at ?1 por yard
1 case 10 4 Bieaobcd Sbeetlug, Super
1 c.Bo G-4 and C-4 Pillow Ootton
1 coao 3-4 LauKclotb, IS and 20 conta
1 caso 7-8 Lou?.loth, 20 and 24 ?Minta by p?ceo
1 cue 4-4 Longcloth, 88 to IO cent* by plooo
2 bales more of those super English Longclotliu,
Irish Linen b at all prices
7, 8 and 10-4 Bleacbed Table D-tasks at low prlcoB
Bird Eye and Russia Diapers In varioty
Linen Sheetings, all widths
Pillow Huons, all wldtha
Damask Napkins and Doylies In variety
Super 8, 10, 12 and 1G-U Domaak Olotha
10 and 11-4 Marseilles Quilts, superior quality, at $8
FOR PLANTATION USE.
3-4 BROWN 8BEETINGS. PINE AND HEAVY
7-8 Brown --rotinga, fine and heavy
4-4 Brown Shootings, fine and heavy
Ootton Oanaburgs, white and striped, very heavy
40'pieces Bino Denims, assorted
40 pieces Blue Plaid Ohocka
40 pleoea Blue Stripes, heavy
40 piece? Blue Plaids, heavy
60 pleoea Twill Stripes, heavy
100 pieces Printe at low prloe
Colored Handkerchiefs In varioty.
A full assortment of GOODS in our line, all of which
will be sold at low prices by
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KINO STREET,
Old Stand W. Q. BANCROFT & CO.
OPEN THIS HORNING
ONE CASE DeBEQE, AT THE LOW PRICE OF
Ono case Wiro Crash, 12} cents.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
BLACK LACE SHAWLS
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
SUPER BLACK BAREGES
SUPE it BLACK GRENADINES
SUPER 8-4 BARiGESand
STOLL, WEBB & Cil..
NO. 287 KING STREET.
. " AT THE
LQT COLORED MUSLINS, AT d6 AND 20 OTS.
Lot Colored Muslins, at 30' aud 40 cents
Lot French Muslins, at 50 and 60 cents S
Lot French Cambrics, 85 to 60 cents
L<?t lingi i m h Brilliant en, 25 cents
Lot English Grenadines, 30 cents
Lot Lisio Poplins, 40 cents.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
PLAIN AND STRIPED SWI8S MUSLINS
Super Mull Muelins
Super Niiinnook Muslins
Plaid Cambrics at all prices
Bishop and Viotom Lawns
Swiss and Cambric Edgings
Thread and Valonoiennrs Edgings
Laen and Muslin Collars
-Linen bete at all pricos.
An assortment of all GOODS in our line, by
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
July 1 Wim Uno
t^+i^ I* O H ?. I V I I l>l> O I, _ . Il !. A I
^DJsCAmerlcaii 8hl|? PKl SIl-KNT PU MORE, B
X??f_[ I'nc0 fll*,,'ter. is nnw loadlug nt North Atlantic
*--F-v~ Wi arl. . nu bavliiK a portion of lior carno ta
larno, will meei with Hvpaicb lor the above port.
For Freight outtauumontt?. ai>|>ly to
WILLIS k r-HIi-OLM,
Juno l8 mwf ISorih Ailnntlo Wharf.
VIA BEAUFORT AND IIIL.TO?-J HEAD, B.C.
THE VERY FAST 8TEAMER
CAPT. TROS. B. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Friday Morning, at 8 o'clock.
Roturnti-g. will leave Savannah overy Saturday A?er
noon. at 3 o'clock.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FtBGDSON & HOLMES,
August 1 wtb Accummo 'atlon Wharf.
FOE GEORGETOWN, S. C.
"IF Ji. 1& 1ST I IE,*"
OATT. W. T. MoNELTY,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHABF EVERY
Friday Morning, a? 8 o'clock.
Returning-will ltavo Geotgotocm evory Sunday Mern
ing, at 8 o'clock
Freight rcceiv d the day before sailing.
For Frolght or Passage apply t?i
FfcRGU80N k HOLMES,
N. B.-Freight (propald) will be takeu for Couwayboro'
and Choraw, to be transferred at Georgetown to steam
ers Little Ada and B E. Dell. wtb. July 76
New fork and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMBAN?.
FARE REDUCED TO $35.
Leaving each Fort every Alternate Thor?day.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. BOUDBB,
Catt. B. W. Lockwood.
Carr. 0. P. Mabshhah.
npBESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVEBY INDDOk
J. MENT TO BHIPPEBS AND THE TBAVELTNI
PUBLIC, having superior aocomaoodstlons for Passen
gora, with tables suppUed by every luxury th? New Yorl
and Charleston markets can afford; and, for safety, apear
.ud comfort, are unrivalled on the coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
captain b. w. locewood,
(17 ill leave nobth atlantic wharf on
W THUBSDAY MORN INO, August 2, at 10)i o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments to New
For Freight or Pasiage, apply at the office of the
Agenta. WILLIS St ohisolm.
North Atlantic Wharf.
Consignees lu New York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOX
k 00. July SO
FOR NEW YORK.
THE REGULAS UNITED STATES MAIL LdNF
OF FIBST-OLASS STEAMERS,
Q.I'AItKU CIT?, I HA HA ?OSSA,
AN?ALUBIA. I GltANADA,
WILL LEAVE ADGEB'S WHABF ON 8ATUB
DAY. AUGUST ?tri; st - o'clock precisely.
No bonh secured until paid for.
No Fralght received unless engaged at our office.
No Fbjuobt received after - o'clock on Saturday.
Freight and Wharfage on peilshable artlolea must bs
paid at ear office. _
July SO BAVRNHL k CO.. Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STLAitlRHIP COMPANY'*
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL,
Through in Twenty-two Days.
BrzAMSBm oh thu . OowwaoTrao oh thj Pachto
Arnaimo, with thb
NOBTBERN LIGHT..GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, ka, ko,
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDH*.
Steamships will leave Pier No. ia North Elver, foot
of Canal-street, at 13 o'clock, noon, I the 1st, 11th and
'J lut of every month (except whe.i louo daUs fallon
Sunda;, and then on the preceding Saturday), for ASPIK
WALU connecting via Panama Railway with one of thi
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN
CISCO, touching at A0APDL0O.
Departures of 1st and Hist connect at Panama will
steamer?) for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMEBI
CAN PORTS. Those of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers' ratet
alio ?ed to second cabin and stoorsue passongi rs witt
families. Also, an allowance of ONE-QUARTEB on
through rates to olergymen and their families, ano
school teachers; soldiers having honorable- discharges,
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adult
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through and at
tond to bullea and children without male protectora
Baggage recorvad on the dock the day before Sailing,
from steamboats, railroads, and passengers who prefai
to aend down early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicina and at
len dance free.
For Passage Tickets, or further Information, apply at
the Cora pan y'a Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
OANAL-STBEET, NOBTH RIVER, NEW YOEE.
July 8 unios S, B. BOLMAN, Agen?.
15 M,!. M ?M, I \M> ?ll\l.i lOSTON
TUE UNE l8 GOMl'O-KD OF THE FOLLOWING
STAR OP TIIK SOUTH.-Papt. UEED.
E. C. ICVIGIIT-Cap t. lion,IN?.
JO [??: GIBSON--Capt YOUNG.
THE FIVE NEW STEAMER
CUM B_B-B.X_-___>r 3D.
CAPTAIN TII08. P. OH1NA,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF FOR
linlMiiiiir.i. To-Mcrovt, 2<l Auxuot, at - o'clock.
For Freight or I'atmpi. having uii.tiip-sacd ae
coiuuioil.ittouH, apply at the ofilco ol the Avants,
WILLI H <V < U180LM,
North Atlnntio Wharf.
Agenta in Baltimore: Mettra. IKNDtHOAST, FEN
WICK k CO._2_Augiiat 1
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON
STF.UMIll? CIMll'A*, V.
THE NEW A I
THEODORE. D. WAGNER,
CAFTA IN ROD-al. Y H A XT 10 II,
OF ABOUT 700 TON8 BURTHEN,
WILL LEAVE ATLANTIC WHAhF ON TUESDAY
next, 7th August, at 6 o.clock P. M., procitely.
For Freight or Paaaago apply at the office of the
Agent , A J. SALINAS,
Noa. 31 and 33 Vooduo RaDge.
This Line 1b running ro.-ularly in connection with
tbo South Carolina and Oeorgla Railroads, by which
Freight will be forwarded free of commission to Augusta,
Mac?n, Atlanta, West Point, Montgomery, Chattanooga,
Nashville, Memphis, ? anton, Mina, Columbia, Winns,
boro', Ghi s tor. Charlotte, N. O.
Oonsign.ea at Boston, Messrs. DANIEL LEWIS k CO.
The Phonlx. Columbia; Intel-igencecr, at Atlanta;
Telegraph, at Macon; constitutional!.t, at Augusta;
Montgomery Advertiser, CbatUnocga Dally Araorloan,
Nnahvlllo U?Botte, M.inphls Commercial and Charlotte
Times will publlBh twice a wee- for one month, and
send bill to Ag? nt, ._Augnet 1
PASSAGE REDUCED !
CHEAP PASSAGE. TO OR FROH
EUKO _E? B
B? BAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
tuning every WEDNESDAY and 8ATUBDAY 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.
Passengers, on arrival _ New York, will have their
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed on
For Passage, Ac, apply to M. M. QUIt?N,
till. 637 KlllO 8XB?-T, 0B-B-8TOK, H. ?j.
February 27 lyr
THIS SO. GA. RAILROAD COMPANY
H AVINO RF- ESTABLISHED ITS KEOEIVINO AND
FORWARDING OFFICE, Me?chandise and Pro
duce consign d to its Agent from the in ?? rlor to North
ern porta, and from Northern ports to the Interior, will
be oared lor anr? shipped to the point of destination
without delay ar.d free of couvulanlou.
Consignments to be forward??! Hy sea must always be
accompanied by Bille of Lading and Letter of Adrice,
with lnatruotiouB to lnaure 11 desired.
E. N. FULLER,
R. k F. Agent.
jfcgr-The Oh-rlotte Times, Chester Standard, and
Gnvenvllle Monataineer, each copy ono week and send
bills to tula e?f_ce. _Jnne M
RARITAN ANJO OEL1WARE BAY RAIL
ONLY DIRECT ROUTB TO LONG BRANCH-THE
whole distance by rail-no changa of cars-no trav
elling by Stage. On an) after Friday, June 1st, 1M6,
the trains on this Road will lo-ve the Depot of Camden
and Atlantic Railroad Company, at Cooper's Point, Cam
den, as follows, via: 9.20 A. M . Bzprena Train for Long
Branch and New York and Intermediate Station?; 3.30
A. M.. Mall and Expresa for New Yo k.
Returning, Tratna leave Pier 33, foot of I) nan tv street,
North River, tria Steamboat _____ Hoyt; at li A. M., Ex*
presa Train for Long Branch, Camden and intermediate
Stations; and 4 P. M. for all Station? on the Road.
Fare to and from New York or Long Branob, $3.
Excursion Tickets to Long Branch from Camden, |3.
June l8 8mo WM N. CLAYTON, 8up't
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY,
Diawn Daily at Covington, Ky.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
Tickets from Si to S90.
CIRCULA I'.S SENT FREE OF OHAROE. ORDERS
for TIOEETS in the aoove LOTTERY promptly at
tended to. Drawings mailed as soon s the Lottery Is
drawn. Havana Plan Lottery-30,000 Tiokots; 699
PrlEf a. Capital Prize, $100,00 '. Draws the 15th and
31at of ea-ih month. Address
O. T. PETEBS,
United R?ate?? Licensed Agent,
No. 00 Hasel street, or Key Box 62, Post?nico.
July 20 limo
i. ?t^^VE GI*_3_Sw
?) . *" GENERAL ^^?Qy
WILL PURCHASE AND 8ELL 8TOOK8 AND 8E
CUUlllEs OF AH, KINDS, M-roliandise, Pro
duce, Aa ; ii t ni Agent lu any mercantile or commercial
Interest!) entrusted to his oar?. He will give his beat
and careful attention to the balan? lnq and adjusting of
Book?, Account?, e. ; Coileotiug, a o, a 1 writing of
Bonds, Contracts, Letter?, ko.
Prompt attention guarantee and a por Ho a of the,
patronage of the public solicited.
Omeo at OUARLESTON LIBRARY* BUILD?NOS,
N. W. comer Church end Broad-streets.
July 8 __ Imo?
BOKAL HAVANA LO.'TItU. V Of. CUMA,
CONDUCTED BY THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT.
?aeo.ooo in gold drawn every seventsb?
Prlaesoaahed and Information fur Dished.
The hlRlie.t rate? paid lor Doubloons and all Mud
joui in?' riiivir. l.xioa ?mo., Bark u a,
?ra-TO-rrl ta? Mo- IT aT-l-urtet, Msw . ?fc