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SATUHDAY MOUNtiN.., AUGUST 4, 18li?
Muli- Ii? nit.
The Colombia South Carolinian saya that it
.ama that tlio residenco of Colonel Win. Wallace
?was rocontly ontored by thieve- who gatheredIM?
f ainily wardrobe aid valuables aud were about to
retire when bo opened Aro. Ttio rogues iniuiedi
?toly decainpod It haB been suggested in view
of tho many robburios that bavo rocontly taken
8laco, and boen traced to nogroos, that if Colouol
.reon, tho Commandant of tlio Post, will instruct
his guard to uuito with tho civil police in arrest
ni' all negroes uf a vagrant oharaotor, who caunot
ahow their tax rccoipts, or givo satisfactory ac
count of themselves, too towu will bo speodily
cleared of a largo number of vagrants.
Visit to Edokfield of Rioht Rev. Db. Lynch.
No Kum mi Catholic clergyman iu ino United-tates
over engrossed now, or in dava gono by, bo mucb
of tho kindly feelings of Protestants-and of tho
country generally-as tho Right Rev. Dr. Lynch,
Bishop of Charleston, aud of the Diocoso of South
Carolina. He is one of tho most loarned mon, as
.well as ono of the most polished aud elociuont ora
tors of tbe Catholic Church on this sido of the
Atlantic. Not moauing to Bay that ho is not widely
known and highly appreciated in Europe. Bishop
Lynch et.nuls as high in Romo as iu Charleston.
Almost every ono known bis couragouus and
patriotic record during the lato war; it outith-B
him to the undying honor of tho .Southern people.
Hu is in our midst at prosont and baa been for
aovoral days -a guest of Dr. William Burt. Dur
ng his sojourn in Edgctield this distinguished
prclato h i:i ?lelivered, in tho now aud beautiful
Catholic, c.iuroh, and to largo and dolightod au
diences, several sermons, which bavo cloarly
Eroved his great intellect, bia great learning, and
is ovei Ho ,\ in t Hpirit of dieiutorostod benevolence.
All'shoiild delight to do honor to such a mau as
Bishop Lynch.-Edgefield Advertiser.
Tho Carolina Spartan says that the dwelling
.house of Mr. Wyatt Hawkins, on Fair Forri'st,
?was destroyed by firo on the night of the 27th
u.U., with Us entire contents. Tbo ure was bo far
advanced when tho family awoko, that time for
them to mako thoir own escape was all that was
It also states that Colonel G. W. H. Logg and J.
M. Elford. Esq., havo been appointed Assistant
Provost Ju'lges for the District of Spartanburg,
hy the military authorities commanding this mili
tary district, for the purpose of trying and deter
mining all cases in wbiob fr.odmen aro concorned.
We learn that these gontlomen have accepted the
position for tho accommodation of tho citizens.
The establishment of this court here will eave
parties tbo inconvenience and oxpense of attond
i ng the court at headquarters in Union.
Tho Anderson Intelligencer, of the 2dj mentions
that on Thursday last a dead body was found iii
tho woods, about two miles from that village,
which has since turned out to be the remains of
?one John Q. Gom/r, of Pickens District, who had
been apprehended for horse-stealing. It 1b not
?stated how he carno to his doatb.
The Yorkvillo Enquirer, at last Thursday, says :
Tho dry weather oontinues throughout the
gronter pon?an of this District. Tho crops havo
in consequence beon fearfully injured. Added to
this is tho unreliability of tho labor, resulting in
bad cultivation, which, with the severe drouth
now prevailiug, must result in scarcity of food
and suffering. The prospect for farmers ia dis
couraging iu the extreme.
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Early Cotton.-The Bainbridge Ooorgian of
tbo 25th ult. montions samples of cotton of this
year's growth, and from two plantations in its
miction. This is moro forward than the cotton
cropiu this region, and wo presume is also several
weeks in advanco of tbo groat bulk of the cotton
i n Southern Georgia.
GCOBOIA Gold.-Wo learn that tbo Wood Min
i ng Company, located ton miles from Dahlonega,
Ga., working decomposed quartz, took out iu one
day lately, 1000 p>vt. of gold. The fineness of
Georgia gold is very high, ranging from 950
thousandth tine, while that of the gold from Cali
fornia, North Carolina and many other countries
is but 850 average.-New York Stockholder.
Chops in Banks County.-Major Bell, of Banks
?county, says that tho wheat crop of tnat county
_ will not average more than a half crop, and the
late dry weather li ne done much damage to tho
corn crop. Ho believes there will not be more
than a half crop of corn made in that county.
Equality Exemplified.-A Federal soldier and
a black negro wench attraoted much attention as
they walked, arm and arm, down Fourth street,
As thoy swung gaily along as big aa life, the
boys saluted them with "three cheers for tho Civil
Bights Bill"-"that's what you fought for," and
The damsel lo.iked rather ashamed, but the sol
dier aeemed more proud than otherwise.
Journal and Messenger.
Diamonds of Hall County.-Dr. M. F. Stephen
son lins shown the editor of the Air Line Eagle '
several diamonds in their rough state, which he i
found six miles from that place in 1861. They I
have the appearanco of email pebbles, and if we ;
bad seen them on the ground, would not bave i
itaken them to be anything of value. There is no :
. doubt tnat the miners of Georgia have cast aside, i
unnoticed, many of these valuable gems.
A Reconstructed Pit__s Aoent.-Our former '
?associate and .ter'lug friend, Mr. P. Walsh, of
telegraphic fanio, has committed matrimony. We
were present on the solemn occasion, and can tes
tify to his being a free agent no more. About two
?thousand friends,) malo and female, distinctly
heard bim surrcml? r at discretion to Miss Belle
Mel) >nald, lato of Sou li Carolina, but more re
cently of Augusta. The ceremony took placo at
St. Patrick's Cathedral. We wish our friend the
"Hi-ad Ceuire," and his fair lady every im?gin-bin
blessing.-Aagusla?t,'onsldutionalist. 2d inst.
Illness of Gen. Joh. E. Jounston.- Tho public
will loam with profound regret, that dispatches
havo been received iu Montgomery from Balti
more, ann uncing the serious indisposition ot
Gen. Joseph E. Johnston.-Ibid.
AnmviL of tuf. San Salvadob's Passenoehs.
The passengers uy the Sin Salvador, .rom New
York, all arrived in the eily yesterday from Quar
antine. About ten of tbo passengers, who had
chartered ti.o schooner Scienco during their stay
at quarantine, for pleasure purposes, sailed up to i
the city, und arrived yesterday morning, botween i
niuo and ten o'clock. The remainder arrived by :
the steamer Resolute, Capt. Cannon, about halt
.past eight o'clock. We 1< aro that the San Salva
dor will not conic up to the eily for a fow days.
Savannah Nita: and Ihruhl of yesterday.
Tho Suvamiah Mercantile Index, of tho 2d,
mentions that it regrets to announce tlio death, in
Itomo, Ga., on Hut unlay last, ot Gen. M. L. Smith,
formerly MHJor-General in the Confederate sor
vice, where ho achieved a high reputation for
gallantry and military prowess.
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Outcarts on Acoount ?F Caste.- The Boston
correspondent of the Chicago (111.) Tribune tells
the following story :
"Among i bo visitors whom the sommer has
brought to Boston ii a Liberian family of wealth
aud position, proposing to travel through Ameri
ca, and expecting certainly to find a hospitable
welcome In Boston, if nowhere else. Thoy travel
in luxurious stylo, accompanied by their servants,
several degrees blacker iii in themselves. They
stopped hero at the Marlborough Hotel, recom
mend d to them as the most liberal in the city.
But after a stay or only ono day they woro called
cn by the landlord and informed that bo could not
permit them to sit at his table on account of tho
prejudices of his customers. He generously of
fered to send meals to their rooms; but this ex
clusion the proud spirits of the Liberian s could
not brook, and thoy loft tho house. Not another
pl-ce in the fanatical city of Boston could be found
to shelter thom, and thoy sought refugo in a
boarding house at H i!um. Even here tho apirit
-of came pnrsiiee them, mid the pressure from hor
other guests lias compelled the landlady to ask
thom to fit at a arcona and separate table. They
?re hoth astonished and grieved at this display of
popular sentiment in what thoy had expected to
find a democratic locality. Being told, and .
truly, that a far worso treatment would meet .
them at Niagara, tho Whitt? M<iuntains, and other
resorts of fashion and conservatism, thoy aro con- i
?ating. I believe, an immedia'oreturn to their
y uiitry trom a land which offers them
'A oat> r St aoaacital I n?|i,u.
Tliu following clever ariiolo on tho financial
prospoct, wo talio irom tbo Now York Commercial
and Financial Chronicle :
Tho groat question with ehrewd, far-aecing bu
sinoss won in all parta of the country, ie as to tbo
probuhlo working of the monoy markot ?luring tbo
coming fall. At present tho greatest oase and
plethora provaila. But a fow weeks boforo tho
outhroak of tho recent groat panio in England, a
similar etato of things prevailed. And yet, sud
douly, tho bright unclouded financial horizon wue
overcast, and the hurricano -Bwopt by, strowing
tho strand with many wrecks, and making for
ovor memorable tho disastrous movoments inau
gurated on "Ovorond's Friday." Now, it is a
question well worth pondering, wbethor thoro ia
any visible in ication that wo aro in danger of a
Tho lato ennis in England haa booti callod a
"crodit panio." Thin appollation ia not unjustly
givon. For it brings precisely ann positively into
view the very point in which tho crisis of 18GG
di ?Tors from 'thone of 1837, 1857, and, in faot, from
almost all that have heretofore talien place, either
in Eiigland or in other countries. There aro three
causea by which pauior may bo induced. First,
by a lack of floating capital; secondly, by a sud
den contraction of tho currency; and, thirdly, by
a disturbance of public coufidonco or public crodit.
Now, in England, thoro ia no lack ofiliuting
capital in tho loan market, aa thoro waa tempora
rily in 1817, owing to the heavy iuvoatments which
for eovoral preceding yoara liad huon mado iu
railways, and other works, which convert into
fixed capital the floating diicngagod fuuds which
had previously bcoi seeking employment in tho
money market. Nor, secon'lly, had there noon
any sudden contraction in the volume of circulat
ion money, such as produced tho great panic of
1825, when o_violent restriction of the currency
was for the "lint timo tried in England nineo tho
reform of the coinage in the laat decade of tho
There waa nothing last May in the state of capi
tal <>r of tbo currency to justify the expectation
of a panic. But in the etate of the ero dit-ma
chinery of England there waa tho groateat pnasi
blo reason tor anxiety and fear; for ita banking
housos wore aome of them hopolessly insolvent,
and not a few of the prominent nuance companies
had notoriously been doing "bad business," as
tbo slang expreaaion haa it. Thus the very insti
tutions which formed tho basis on which the
great superstructure of commercial credit ia based
waa unsound and ' shaky." The wonder is, that
when the great explosion carno, and several of the
oldest And moat rouownod names were discredited
-when the bulwarks and buttresses crumbled
away whioh had boon so proudly regarded by the
popular mind aa the main supports of tho great
edifice-that far more extended mischief was not
It is claimed by a certain class of financial men
that we are in a position clonely analogous to that
of Eugland just before the panic. Although wo
have abundance of capital in the loan markot,
and our ourroncy is not likely to bo suddenly con
tracted, so that wo are consequently exempt from
the fear of panio being doveloped from either of
these causes; still the state of our credit-mnohi
nerv, ao these persona think, Is unsound and dan
gerous. We muat, at present, withhold our as
sent from these gloomy views, for wo think that,
although tho fade warraut caution and circum
spection, tbey do not justify foar.
As it seemB now to be well established that our
crops of cereals will bo much heavier than was
predicted a fow wc-eks ago, ono of the conditions
of a large fall biiBiuesB is present, and in all parts
of the country there are speculative persons who
are making their arrangements in anticipation of
a season of uni arallelled commercial activity.
Now, wo do not wish to repress the ?oui or slaugh
ter the hopes of this class of persons, and we will,
therefore, cone do to them that it is extremely
probable that our products of broa'dstnil's, provi
sions and cotton will bo unusually abundant, and
that the Europi an domaud will bo heavy for ah
our exportable commodities.
?Still, as tho condition of the money markot has
a very powerful controlling influence, and aa the
opinion of financial men is divided as to tho proba
bilities, it will bo well foi- all classes of our mer
cantile and trading community to bo extremely
careful not to go beyond their depth. Let them
in all their ventures, enterprises, and engage
ments keep within their assured means, remem
bering that at such a juncturo as the prosont, cir
cumspection and caution are tho secret of safety
? ? m
lllmlmiin on Foote.
Foote having abused Hi.ndman in his recent
book, is polished off by the exilod Ooufodorato.
We give tho concluding paragraph :
This is my first vindication of military transac
tions through the press. It is mado reluctantly,
because silence becomes a champion of a fallen
causo. Perhaps, also, it is necoBsary.as fair-mind
ed men must, iu good time, arise to writo tbe his
tory of our great and mournful ft niggle. Still, it
may be well to put facts like the foregoiDg within
their reach, and tbis is the motive that actuates
me. Ab for the hook before mentioned, it can do
no hurt whero tho author is known. Ropudiator,
Bond Payor, Whig, Domocr-tt, Enow-Nothing.
unionist. ooeasioniBt-everything by turns, and
nothing long; a political mendicant in half of the
States, and a refugee from every party, betrayed
aud despised by all; placarded as a "constitution
al liar," years ago, by the great captive whom ho
now at one moment slanders, and at the next
insults with a Bpurioua sympathy ; thrust fortu
From Mississippi with the formal declaration
of her Ilonse of Representativos impugning his
veracity; branded on bia forehead with such ante
cedents up to 1801, and with tho black record,
painted by himself, of time-server, factiomst,
traitor and sycophant during and since the war;
howling against tho North when ?Southern for
tunes woro at thoir feet; embarrassing our coun
sels when the tide began to ebb; ignominiously
deserting to the enemy when groat disasters be
fell us, and fawning upon that enemy when our
country's subjugation had been wrought-how is
it possible for bim to win credence from the pub
lic, or to pass his base lies for truth ? Relish his
acts as they may, his present mastoi a must loathe
him, und even our former alav?s muat turu from
him in disgust. I heard, a little while back, that
he was dead, and waa surprised that a sentiment
charitable towards him sprang up ia my mind-it
was that ho might turn out to have had at least as
much graco as (acariot, and have hangod himself
in atonement for three-score years of continuous
lying and treachery. Ho must bo aware that his
career can fitly have but this termination. His
own are the only hands vile enough to ond his
existence, and tho maw of the carrion cup w is his
natural place of sepulture.
? ? .
Reuoioiib SEUvicea.-Owing to tho immonso
oxodus to the country and the watering places
the congregations in tho various temples of all
denominations in this city yestorday worn not
large. During tho uext month all the fashion
able churches up-towu will hu closod. After next
Sabbath there will be no services iu the Church of
the Ascension, Christ Churoh, Grace Church, tho
Rev. Dr. Huttou's Church, Washington 8quaro,
the Presbyterian Church, of which Dr. Adams is
pastor, and other edifices. Nearly all tho mem
bers of the congregations of those churches aro
now out of tho city.
ELOQUENT DISCOURSE BY A SOUTHEBN PA8T0D.
Ou Sunday morning the Rov. Dr. Deems de
livered au eloquent address in tho Now York Uni
versity Building before a. large congregation, on
the stupendous folly of religious persecution. As
the preacher was formerly a pastor of ono of the
leading ohurchos in North Carolina, whero an ob
noxious religions tost has boon insertod into tho
new constitution of that State, his remarks wore
listened to with profound attention by all present.
Aftor the usual roligious oxoroises Dr. Dooms
referred to the great mission of Philip when ho
wont to convert the people of Samaria, remarking
that in tho subsequent ages of tho Christian
Ohurob tho f Hy of persecuting tho disciples of
the Redeemer, whioh was instigated by the devil,
who had grown wiso by experience, was amply il
lustrated by the universal spread of the Gospel
against every obstacle. Tho reverend gentleman
then alluded in detail to tho immortality of mat- '
ter, whioh no man could annihilate, to prove th ? t
truth, immaterial and Divino, could not bo crush
ed by any human or other agency. lu the coarse
of his romarks, ho condemned tho practico of
clergymen preaching aught but the Gospel from
the pulpit, whioh was exclusively designed to pro
claim tho namo of Jesus to all sinners.
It ia understood that Dr. Deems wdl speak on
tho nubjeot of "religious tests" at a future time.
New York World, 30th vU.
HOWES'8 IMPROVED COTTON PICKERS WEIGH
two pnnndii; picks BOO to 800 p.unds por day,
trou from trash. PRICE-$20.
O. K. buger.
August 4 Btuth Ko 137 Mooting m root
C. K. HUGER,
No. 137 MEETING-ST^
CIIAKL.KSTON. 8. V.
ziH??b-, ?*. ?-?-?
' Ka \
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATION ART ENGINES
IRON et WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, Atv
PLATFORM, COUNTER AND WARE
COTTON PICKERS, ?fee, ?bo.
-ST Represented by Messrs. M. K. JESSUP & CO.,
JOHN KING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KKBB-. WHARF,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASH:
HEIDSIECK CHA ?PAGNE, QUART3 J?ND PINTS
SHERRY WINE, in o-?- B aud in casks
MADEIRA WINE, in ?-ases and in casks
OLA RET WINES, in cases piuUand half pin ka
C< ?RDI ALS, bi caaes-a variety
BITTERS (E. ?. Rolf), in casca
li HAN ULEH, in casen and in casks
GINB, in canoa and io casks
RDM. in cases
WHlSKIf.S, In oases and In casks
ALB, in canos, qoarts and pluts
LAGKR BEER, in quarter barr?la, alco In pinta,p*c_ed,
eight dc_j?n to the -rreL Uni?? i un?-. I
MACPHERSON S?DONALD SMt TH
BREWERS OFFINE PALE ALES &P0RTER
WEST I8T-HS? BET"-" 7 8<_.AVE? NEY? YORK.
?II?. W. DURI. & CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets,
HAVING TAKEN THE SOLE AG_&__ Or TB?
above celebrated ALB, acknowledged to be
th>- best In the market, aro now proparod to supply tbt
TRADE of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand the ollmato.
For sale in barr?la and nail barr?la.
STo. 193 EAST B-A. _T.
J. S. SCHIRMER,
r\THOL>BALE DEALBB IN FOREIGN AND DOME8
? V Tin RICE. An assort-oat of all grades con
?tantly on hand. Juno 28
THEODORE F. CHUPEIN. Dentist,
HAVING RBTORNBO TO MY NATIVE CITY, AF
TKK an almenen of five years. I tender my Pro
fessional Services to cay friends. thr> f n*W patient? of
the late Dr. WM, b. -luNKFBLDT (my preo pt ir). and
ihn public (.?eiuTii?y. By tbe opportunities aad t_u many
rare advantages recently enjoyed (sine- tbo ?ll-banclm?
of tbe -iiiiIob). I au ena lied to olTor the LATEST
STYLES OF WOHK and tue HOST IMPROVED
METHOD OF TREATMENT FOR THE TEETH.
Eictaiip Broker and Collection Agent
No. 229 Dread Street, Augusta, .*.,
Buys and sells on Coas-Wulon, OOLD and BTLVER
OOIN. BANK NOT-, BOND-, COUPONS and WOKS
ol all kinds, and EXCHANGE.
Also Collecta for all parta of the United D-Mac, and
makes remittances proaiptly.
RaranEKOKs.-Utnmtm, Ootnmu k Wilsoh, I-fuma
- Balas, E. EL Rod-bus b Co., Charleston 8. O.
TIIIC CAI-OjLI.-VA TIMK-,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESi-AY. AT ORANGE
BURG O. H., B. O., by THAD. 0. ANDREWS
The only paper put'lisbod in the rich aad-oarishl .s
District of Orangoburg, 8. O. Circulation of Uio Papei
extensive and rapidly lucr??nBlnir.
Weekly Paper-ona yaar.$6.
Weekly Caper-six months. _.
Weekly Paper-tbreo months. 1
To clubs of teu or mora the Paper will bo supplied
?.per year for caoli copy.
To clubs of twenty or mere*-e Paper will be snppll
at 83 per year for eaoh cony.
One sqnaro-ona month.9
One square-two months...... 8.
Ona square-three months. 10.
One sqnare-sit months. 13.0
One aanare-twelve months. 16.0
Tw.nty-flvo por cent, discount allowed on advertise,
mente of three squares or over.
Thl? ty-three per cent, dieooant allowed on advertise
menu ot half oolnmn or over.
fifty per cent, discount allowed on advextJaementa o
one oolnmn or over.
HXSABH * _i.DB-.W_,
Marok 14 l-OgW?Ms
ARUUHB mi-: llAliUult.
WILT. GO AN FX UBHION AROUND THE H ARROR
This Afternoon 4th lust., leaving N< rtu Atlaiiilc
Whorl ot ? o't-luck. ond r? tarn ot ?unapt affording tho
pin lien opportunity ol scolug oil tho points of iutoroBt
o round the horl or.
HW rARi. $1._ 1_August i.
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. G.
OAPT. THOR R. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODA ION WHARF EVERY
Tuesday Morning, at 8 o'clock Returning,
will leave Georgetown evory Thursday Morning, at b
Freight received the day beforo sailing.
For Freight or passage, apply to
FKRGr80N k HOLMES.
N. B.-Freight (prepaid) will bo taken for Landings
on tho Pee Doo Riv.ir. to bo transferred at G> ornotovrn
to Htoomcr R. E. BeU._ sm July 28
FOR SAVANNAH, GA.,
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD,
1F.A- 1ST 1ST IB,
OAPT. W. T. MeNELTY,
TX7TLL LE*.VE vOCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
V V Tuesday Morning at 8 o'olock.
Returning will leave Savannah svery Wednesday After
noon ot 3 o'olock.
All Woy Freight payoble by fhiopers.
For Freight or Paeaago, apply io
FERGUSON k HOLMES,
July 38 em Accommodation Wharf.
FOR NEW YORK.
THE REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL UNI
OF FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS,
Q,rAKKR CIT1 i SARAGOSSA?
ANDALUSIA I GJH.ANAOA,
WILL LEAVE ADGER'S WH?.RF ON . SATUR
DAY. AUGUST 4th, at ia o'clock precisely.
No bardi ??cured until paid for.
No Freight received nuless engaitad at our office.
No FaUtieHT received after 8 o'< leek on Setnrdoy.
Freight ond Wharfage on penshable art Isles must be
poid ot our offloe. _
July 80 RAVFNEL A GO.. Agents.
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
FARE REDUCED TO $25.
Lea vin"; each Port every Alternate Thtirsday.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDEB,
Oatt. R. W. Lockwood.
O a pt. O. P. MansBUAif.
mHESE 8TEAMSHIP8, OFFERING EVERY IrTDUOB
X MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELINt
PUBLIC, having snporior aocoamodatlons for Pavoaen
gera, with tables supplied by every luxury the New Yorl
and Charleston markets can afford;and, for safety, a-peer*
\nd comfort, are unrivalled on the coast?
CAPTAIN O. P. MAR8HMAN,
niTTLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
VV THURSDAY Auuust 0, at - o'olook.
Liberal advauces mode on consignments to New
For Freight or Postage, apply at the office of the
Agents. WILLIS k CHI80LM,
North A ti a ntl o Wharf.
Consignees In Now York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOX
k CO._August 8
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON
STKAM?HIP COM PAN V.
THE NEW A I
THEODORE. D. WAGNER,
CAPTAIN II O I*-* ICY BAXTER,
OF ABOUT 700 TON8 BURTHEN,
WILL LEAVE ATLAN1IO WH-UF ON TUESDAY
noit, 7th August, at So.dook P. M., precisely.
For l'rolght or Passage apply at tho office of the
Agont. a J. SA M NAB,
Noa. 31 snd 23 Vendne Range.
This Line Is running re-'ularly in connection with
the South Carotilia and Georgia Railroads, by which
Freight will be forwarded tree ol commission to Augusta,
Meco?, Atlanta, West Point, Montgomery, Chattanooga,
Nashville Memphis, . anton, Hies., Columbia, Winns*
boro', Chester, Charlotte, N. O.
Consign? e? at Boston, Messrs. DANIEL LEWIS k CO.
The Pheonix Columbia; Intel iRsnceer, at Atlanta;
Telegraph at Moron; Constitutional1??, at AngnaU;
Montg. mary Advertiser, ChatUntx-g? Dally Amertoan,
Naahvllle . as tt>, M.mphla Commercial and Charlott
Times will publish twice? week for one nvnth and
sond bill to Agmt, Auguitl
tV A IV T M D 1.11.11 lill A . tri, Y, A.
?VESSEL to load l.nn.ber lor Now York, eighty
> thousand feet capacity. Appl? to
. A e-TTV & CO.,
No 128 M.w ting streot,
July 13 thstu Ard Norlh Atlantic Wharf.
PACIFIC M.llL ST. AMSU.PCOMPACT.
CARRYING THE U.S.MAIL.
Through in Twenty-two Days.
__B__M-tH ON THE CONNECTINO UN THE PaCI-TO
Atlantio, with tuk
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NEW YORK.GOLDE*?" CITY
NORTHKRN LIGHT.GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA. &0, &0.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID
Steamships will leave Pier No. 43 North Rlvor, foot
of Oanal-street, at 13 o'clock, noon, 1-the 1st, 11th and
i 31st of every month toxeept who.? .nose datoa fall on
Sunday, and then on tho preoedlng Saturday), for A8P1N?
WALL, connecting via Panama Hillway with one of the
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN?
OISOO, touching at ACAPULCO.
Departure? of 1st and 31st connect at Panama wltb
steamors for 80UTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Those or the 1st toncb at MANZANILLO.
Adlsooantof ONE-QUARTER from steamers' ratea
allowed to sooond cabin and stoerago paaseng? ra with
fain tiles. Also, an aJIowanoo of ONE-QUARTER on
through rates to clorgymen and their families, and
school teachers; soldiers having honorable dischargts,
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to eaeh adult
Baggage-m asters aooompany baggage through and at?
tond to ladlos and children without malo protectors.
Baggage received on the dock the day before sailing,
from -toamboats, railroads, and passengers who prefer
to send down early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Mediolno and at?
For Passage Ticket?, or further Information, apply at
the Company's Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
OANAL-STREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
July ?__o?_s g HOI man Agen?.
OIIKAP PASSAGE TO OH K HU El
BY HAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK,
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAD:. STEAMERS.
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and
from Mew York.
Great Reduction In Fare to
OALIFORN1A AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland, at the very Lowest Rates.
Passengers, on arrival In New York, will have theil
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed on
For Passage, ko., apply to if M. QUINN,
mo. 631 Kitto 8-___rr, Ohabl-htow, 8. ?J.
February 27 lyr
i;ilAlll,KST(iN AM) SAVIN*AH-.AU
ROA?.- CO M PAW.
? OFFICE ENGINEER AND SUPERINTENDENT,?
Cn AULE-TOM, 8. O, July 3Uth, if 66. j
ON THURSDAY. AUGUST 3. THIS ROAD WILL
be open to Salkehvchle Station.
The public are notified that Patterson's Bridge, over
the Salkehatchie River, has been repaired.
H. H. HAINE*,
Jnly 31 ruthe1? BrglaeaT and Rnpertntendent.
THE SO. CA. KAIL. UO AU CU JIPAN Y
HAVING REESTABLISHED IT. RECEIVING AH!
FORWARDING OFFICE, Me?chandl?e and Pro?",.
d ?ce oonsign d to Its Agent from the in ...lor to North?
ern ports, and from Nor'hern ports to the Interior, will
be cared tor ani shipped to the point of destination
without detay a'd fr??e of communion. 4.
Consignments to be forwarded i>y sea mast always Wua
accompanied by Bills of Lading and Letter of Advice, ^v
with lu struct iori s to Insure If desired.
E. N. FULLER,
R. k F. Agent.
?52"-Tua Charlotte Times, Chester Standard, and
Greenville Mountaineer, each copy one week and send
bills to tnis efflce._Jnne, 38
HABIT AN AND DEL&WABE BAY RAI*_
ONLY DII5ECI ROUTE TO LONG BRANCH-THB
wholo diBlani'o by rall-no change of cars-no trav
elling by B'ago On uni after Friday, June 1st, I860,
the train? on this Road u lil lu. ve the Depot of Camden
and Atlantic Railroad Company, atOooper'e Point, Cam
den, ae follows, vin : 9 30 A. M , Expi e.a Train for Long
Branch and New York and intermediate Stations; 3.80 ".
A. M.. Mall and Express for New Yo k.
Returning, Trains leave Pier 32, foot of Duane-street,
North Rlvor, via Steamboat Jesse Ilovt; at li A. M., Ex
press Train for Long Branch, Camdon and Intermediate
Stations; and . P. M. for all Station? on the Road
Fare to and from New York or Long Branch, $3.
Excursion Tlcko (o Lone; Branch from Camden, $3.
-une l8 arno WM. N. CL?YI'ON, Kup't.
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY,
Drawn Daily at Covington, Ky.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MAHASERS.
Tickets from. Si to $30.
CIRCULARS 8ENT FHE_ OF CHARGE ORDERS,
for TICKETS in the aiove LOTTERY promptly at
tended to. Drawinga mailed as soon s the Lottery la
irawn. Havana flan Lottery-30,000 Tickets; 695
friz- a Capital Price, SlOu.OOt'. Draws tho 15th and
Hat of ca-Ji month. Address
H. T. PETERS,
United States Lleeused Agent,
No. 00 Hasel street, or Koy Box 63. Postoifloe.
MOO R HEAD'S
THE PUBLIC ABB BE8PEOTFULLY INFORMED
?hat ?hese highly esteemed BITTERS are now meda
jy the same person who made them for over twenty
rears for James Moorhead. He having the original re
.clpt, can. confidently reoomme.d them nanti to any
mad? during M? .i head's life time.
Sold in ?imntutos to suit purchasers at No 99 OAL. >
aoUN.f__.l_-_, aouth sida, between lAtlrig and An- n
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