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_L"i:it5 J.-'ctjLiy JN ews.
MONDAY MOHNINO, AUQU-T 0, I860.
VAUIiiUS IT I?. .MS.
[From the Boston Post]
Tho Louisiana cotton crop is promising.
Tho lato storin in Connecticut was hard on tho
A baBhful young gent at Newport lately an
-fonacod hiinsolf na "ou tho mako"-ho meant to
moko lo vu.
Knglaiul and Amorica aro now auchorod by tho
Mr. Quilp, iu hi8 observations of socioty, dia
ajovorri that a fuaudryinau ia vory caromi not to
1 oeo oaato.
Qou. Grant will woar two stars and a metallic
ehi-id as an insignia of rank.
Tbotwo best i tonis of ?owe this wook-the cabio
and tho adjournment of Congress.
Mun who fl^bb duels havo two seconda to livo
after thoy aro doad.-Ex. ,
A prize-lighting party from tho American 8ido
caused the last Canadian scare.
But four regular theatres are open in New York,
and two of tliuuo aro sait! tu bu about closing.
Victoria, tho Sandwich Jalan 1 princes., died
Croiu the .Coots of imprudently bathing while
It ia said gambling has become respectarlo at
Ii is said tho immoiiH j quantities of mutilated
currency destruyo?! bus caused a scarcity of tho
The Strathern racine Bailroad is opon to Mar
A man had a trained Russian blood-hound
stolen from bim in New York, valued at $500.
A London paper expresses regret at tho
Imniitiation of Austria-"it wa_ such a gentle
manly old Empire."
A coal aroa of ovor 26,000 square milos is said
to oxiat in the northern and westorn parts of
Tho King of Hanover sent a little nest egg to
The International Hotel in Now York-Taylor's
-sold for $-50,000.
Host of tho jokes upon the neodlo gun aro only
.sow hqw.-[Wash. Repnb.
A soldier with artificial legs recently declared
that ho had much rather bo "on hie last legs"
than hi. now ones.
The only way aomo people can get anything into
-air heads ia by taking a drink ur riding i_ Bleeping
? are. g
Mr. Jackson, membr-r of tho Tonnessoo Legis
lature, has brought a suit for $100,000 against the
_tadical membors of tho House for false imprison
Tho Japaooso Government will hereafter per
mit its subjects to go beyond tho seas and learn
any art, eoionco or trade. .
Bud Hammond was hold by a negro woman in
Atlanta, Ga., whim her son cut his (Dud.) throat.
There baa been " a dispute."
A Cincinnati student prosontod his teacher with
a, nevero thrashing becauso tho latter toud.r.d hie
little bill for p&yinout.
Tlio Indians havo been making raids upon tho
Mormons at Thistle Valley, killing the brethren
and running oil' Ihoir horses.
The Navy Department lins just been swindled
ont of $50,000 by forged requisitions. The forgor
?waa very geutloiunnlike in bis appcarauce, and
?has not since been heard from.
Julia Dean closod at Sah Lako Theatre on the
6th ult. with ?i little speech, in which she express
ed a wish that tho " samo purity" which reigned
i n tho theatre there prevailed in" crcry temple of
It aoeniB there aro sXuno sinners arnon?? the
8alt Lako Saint?, as, on a- recent Suuday, Brig
ham Young took occasion to rebuke tho "spirit ot
worldlinesa" manifestod by many of his peoplo.
Du Chsilhi. it seems, has had a hurd timo dur
ing his last visit to Africa. Ho was confined to
avio placo for?ivo months with small-pox, and was
afterwards twice wounded with poisoned arrows
by the nativos.
It is-aid that tho king of the Sandwich Islands
'has a dooided antipathy to everything American.
He wad called a "nagur" while travelling in this
??-?uii try ?orno years since, and has no vor forgiron
the alTron t.
A young man of 19, at Dover, Del., bein?* way
laid by two desparadoo?, crushed the skull of on o
?Kith a blow from his rifle, and burriod his dag
ger to the hilt in the bosom of the other, at the
esme time receiving several wounds himaolf, hav
ing bia hat shot, from his hoad, and his hnnting
?shirt literally out from his body.
Soar Lako must be a remarkable place, accord
ing to the correspondent of a Texas paper. The
watora not only euro allf manaor of diseases,
bat emit a gas with which it is contemplated to
Sight the neighborhood. A stovo funnel, into the
?end of which a tobe had been inserted, haying
been placed ovor tho water wkoro tho gaB es
?-t-ped, and a lighted match applied, a jet of darno'
was emitted which burned as brightly as a kero
In the present critical etato of European affairo
-ho town of Bremen trembles for its celebrated
._.osenwein, of which ono single bottle is worth
2.750,000 rix thalera, or 10,000,000fr-, whioh makes
tho price of a glass 1,400,000 fr., or 1400 fr. per
drop. Do not imagino (says the Gurman journal
whioh tells the story) that this calculation has
emanated from the bruin of a lunatic ; it is founded
on tho following fact : A cask of this Gorman
wine, containing 204 lu ttlus, was valued in 1021, a
period at which this wine was made, at 1300 fr.
<?_S). If you reckon the cxponso of kconiug tho
cask, the taxes paid thereon, and the intercut of
tho original sum, the price of ono of these casks
now amounts to GOu.OOO.OOU rix thalers, therefore
a siuglo bottlo is worth 2.750,000 rix thalor..
A Paris letter of Jnly 3d thus alludes to a recent
.oyal entertainment: "The Empress offered to her
"te sovereign guest, the Grand Duchess Maria of
Russia, as a parting compliment, a magnificent
_te in the fairy-like palat-c of the Elye.ee, which
has been of lato refitted, embellished ami adorned
ander tho superintendence of her Majesty. The
euler tain ment consisted of a dinner of thirty cover?
and of an evening reception comprising only the
elite of the court circle. '1 ho ground? lf.ro one
blazo of illumination and electric lights, throwing
a noon-day iptaador over the spacious avenues,
parterres of exotic flow? rs and sparkling taunta ins,
-jiiiing which tho high dignitaries and gentle
dames wanderod and enjoyed tho fino mu?ic of
bands andof vocal performers, tho latter all pupils
of the CoUBervatoiri?. The toilottcs partook of tho
, sylvan character of the restive Bc.no, Hosting gauze
__bes instead of crapes, decorations of garland*
and wroatliH of natural flowers, replaced sparkling
?gema and gorgeous bracelete.
In view of the German war audtlie unmitigatod
knocking of piincipalitios into cocked hats, tho
Pall Mall Gazette asks whore aro the kings, tho
queens, the princes and the princesses of tho rest '
?if Europo to flud a sufficioncy of oligible candi
date h for their hands as wives and husbands? Al
ready tho supply is barely equal to tho demand,
and with the new-fangled notions about our
"common HohIi and blood," as applied both to
.princesses and working men, it is hard to imagino
what will ho tho conscquonces of a largo diminu
tion in the number of German royalties. At the
proseut timo thora aro hardly any s.vcieigulioB in
Europe in which ft German prince or princesa is
not cither king or queen, or fathor-iii-law or
mothei -in-law, or married to the heir apparent or
the heir prospective to ?ho crown. It has hither
to, indeed, boen the mission of Germany to sup
ply Eu ropo with theology, classical dictionaries
and royal wives ; and what is. to happen whon a
. -do_on moro thrones aro abolished it is difllcult to
eee. Whon the various Coburgs, who Judiciously
koop up a cunplo of religions io tho various
branches of their family, so as to bo available
both for Oathulio and Protestant omorgenous,
havo consod to bo themselves royal, tho ombar
jrasamont will bo really serions.
Anotheii Auoii.kim MAarYii.~-I.o-. Geo. W.
Julian, of Indiana, was caned in Washington on
?ho 27th ult. Wonder if he, too, felt it was "tho
proudest moment of his life ?"
liitiulit? ! iJUI?--_ ! BitluKS !
I >-v s-_ _f \S-\S \ BUPEBIOR BRICKS FOB
Applv at No. 10 MARKET STBEET.
SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE; AfO FLORIDA ST
RUT, by J. k J. D. KIRKPATRICK.
August 6 1 No. 6 A- ommodntlon Wharf.
FIFI Y BAG8 EXTRA QEORQIA FLOUR, Excelsior
Fifty half bags Extra Georgia Flour, Excelsior Mills.
For Hal o by ?AVENEL - BARNWELL.
August 4 _ _2
PRIME WHITE CORN TO AR
hive inr BULK.
QAA/l BU8BEL8 PRIME MARYLAND WHITE
??J \J \J \J OURN, to arrive by aonoonor Swan.
For sal? low, by BRUNS k BEE,
August 3_j)_Ko. 78 Eaat Bay.
FISH AND MEATS.
f*f\f\ FACKAGE8 BO3T0N MACKEREL, SIZES
OvM/ and Nos. to suit
DOO packages l'icklnd Herring
100 bbls. Meas Hoof
it) libl?. Mobo Pork
60 btitii. Prime Pork
20O boxoa CoilfiBti
S3 kits Salmon 1 rout
10 bbls Sogar Cured Hams
10 bbls Smiikcil Boof.
AH of ttao above for Bale tow to cloao out stock.
GEO. W. OLABK it CO.,
At 8. 8. Farrar Bros. & Co.'b Old 8tand,
Corner hast Bay and Cumberland streets.
. ?B^lXER8^bR SALE.
TWOTHIRl'TINuH CYLINDER BOILERS. TWEN
TY-FIVE long, very littlo UBOd. Will bo sold low,
If applied for immediatelv, at
WILLIAM 8. HRNEREY'B,
July 0_mwf_No. __\ ____________
Mccarthy cotton gins?
THE SUBSCRIBER l8 NO ?V MANUFACTURING
thoBO GINS, and Is proparod to All orders for tho
coming crop. WILLIAM 8. HENEREY,
July 9 mwflmo_Ho. 31* Meeting-street.
ATTENTION ! BUILDERS,
WIlKELlllUHTIi AN- TU RNK KS.
YELLOW PINE LUMBER
Scantling 3 by 4
4 by ?
3 by a
Poplar Post C by 6
. by ?
Heavy Oak Plank
Dollvered any part of tho olty, ? and for sala low for
cash, by L. BUNCU & SON,
Aupust :i 2 mwsS No. JOG Klng-slreet
LIME. LIME, LIME.
1 A ? * ft BARRELS BXTRA WHITE FINISHING
l^fcOl/ LIME-cargo sshooner Abby Brackett
landing ami for sale by OLNEY k CO.,
July 31 Nss. 9 sud H Vendue Ranga.
LIME LIME, LIME.
IA Cid BARBELS FRESH EASTERN LIMB,
Ahyjyj landing from Schooner 8. R. Jameson.
CEMENT, PLASTER, Hair, Whit?. Pins, Whit? Wsoi,
Hioko.ry and Ash Lumber.
For n?le by OLN*T k CO.,
July 31 Kss. 9 sad 11 Venduo Range.
LUMBER! LUMBER ! LUMBER !
AFT LUMBER OF ALL 8IEE8, FOR 8ALE LOW
by the Raft or retail, at wsit sad Broad-street.
Augusts l - itn lino
THE UND-R8IGNBD HAVING COMPLETE!> THEEtt
arrangements onoe mars for the nianufsctaaro ol
tU? bast COTTON GINS aver i?ado ia this aonuti-y, ara
now prepared to receive orders from Floaters and
others wishing to pnrobase.
Tin long established ama W-known r?putation ol
ELLIOTT'S Cot TON OINS, will, we hope, bo a suffi
cient guarantee that tho artisle will give entire satisfac
tion. J. M. RZjLIOTT k CO.,
May U WtDBBboro. M. a.
P. C. KERRIGAN,
No. 80 MARKET-STREET,
OFFERS FOB KALB. LOW FOR OA8H, THE FOL
LOWING ARTICLES, vlr:
- bbl?. of Gibion's Whiskey ,
- os sks, a snd ,','. of Brandy
- half pipes and bbls. of Gin
- ??sks of Sherry, Madeira and Port Wins
- btili. of Jamaica Rum
100 cases of Gibson's XXX Whiskey
30 caaes of Otard, Dapny k Go's Brandy
25 oases of Holland Gin
25 osses of Jamaica Runt
BO ciaea ol Wlaa's and Meehan'a Irish Whiskey
25 oases of Rsmsay's Scotch Whiskey
50 eases of Extra Copper Distill- WMiikey
25 baskets of Champagne, "Piper'? Hcidselck"
20 oases of Champigue, "Most &t ohaudon"
20 cases of Champagne, "T. Cliqnot Ponsardin"
100 cases of Bherry Wlno
100 cue- of Madeira Wins
00 cases of Fort Wlno .
100 ?Milos of Claret Wlno, from $1 to $7 par case
20 cases of Bauterno Wine
20 oases of Champagne Cider, pints and quarts
200 caeca'of Ale, varions brand?, pints and quarts
60 cases of Porter, various brands, pints and quarts
50 casks of Ale, 8 to 10 dozon lu each, and the following
branda: Jeffrey's, "_.? unger*?, M<-Iwan's, Allsopp'?,
Bass k Co.'s and Muir k Son's
21 caaks of Porter, 8 dozen in each, and the following
krauds: E. k O. Hiboort's, Falkirk'a and Barr k
100 cases ollie .pLEBRATED "WAH00 AND CALI
SAYA -JITTERV' 'or which I am solo agent for
' P. C. KERRIGAN, No. 80 Market street,
Between Meeting and King streets.
July g 3_ru wfl2
JOHN KING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KERB'8 WHARP,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASH:
HB-*---_ CHAMPAGNE, QDAKT3 AND PINTS
HTTKimv WINE, in ca???? and lu casks
MADEIRA WIVE, in ?-ses and in esska
CLARET WINES, in cal-, pints and half pints
OORDIAL8. in <?_os-n vsriety
BITTE 1H (?. ti. Self), in cuaca
BRANDIES, in cases and in casks
GINS, in cases and in casks
RDM, In cases
WHISKI*-.'.1, in -sea and In casks
ALE, In cuasi, quarts and pints
LAGER BEER, lu quarter barri-, also in pints, packed,
eight dos - to the harspL Union J tin?- ? l
M?CPH?WN& DON SMITH
BREWERS.AFFINE PALE ALES &P0R?ER
WEST 18T-HST _ET*i"7 -8AVE? NEW YORK.
UEO. W. ?LARK & CO.,
Comer East Bay and Cumberland streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING TAKEN THE 80LE AGENCY Ol' XSi
abovo ctilobraUd ALS, acknowledged to be
tli? best In tlio market, aro now proparod to supply the
TRADE of thlB city snd vicinity
Warrant-d to stand the cliinato.
For sals In barrels and half barrels.
CSTo. 193 EAST ___AT_T.
J. S. SCHIRMER,
WHOMSALB DEALS li IN FOREIGN AND DOMES
TIO RICE. An assortment of all grade* con
Un?y on hand. Jnne 28
i?. l-l Uli I V* A V'l'K-l Vi? A HURT
in Cub?, r to the Windward Islands, for > Brl
?>tisl? vessel o? ono hundred thousand capacity,
=all under deck. Apply to
ii. F. BAKER & CO.,
August 6_1_No. 20 Cumberland stn et.
-^tv Kuli L1VEII POOL._'I-IIH; Al
rfuCIV A merl ran Ship PEKBU'ENT FH.MORE, B
LjiftrtFpy Luco Manier, Ibu???? loading at North Atlantic
?""" Wfiarf, and having a portion of her cargo en
gaged, will moot with dispatch for tho above port.
i"or Freight engagements, apply to
WILLIS _ 0HI8OLM,
.lune l8 mwf North Atlantto Wharf.
w. s. c.
?LUB HOUSE GIN.
PURE, SOFT AKD UNEQUALLED.
Wm. S. CORWIN & CO.,
ISTo. 259 King-street..
SOLE IMPORTERS IN TRE UNITED STATES
This Brand Established at Rotterdam)
Holland, in 1785.
THE EXTENT TO WHICH TABIOD? BRA.NDS OF
SPURIOUS GINS are sold In this csuntry makes it the
boundon cinty of the pnblic to INVEJ91IGATE THE
MERITS Or THB STIMULANTS OFFERED FOB
SALIS, and we beg leave to stato that the CLUB BOUSE
OIN is the same a? OHIOlNALLY IMTBODUOBD into
this market nndor that nasas TWKLTB TEARS SINOB
by the proprietors, BLANK1MHBTM k CO., ?OTTER
DAM, HOLLAND, whom we havs tits honor to repre
sent; snd wo are fully prepared to supply the TRADE
.n tho most favored tarma with an article without ita
equal In tho market, being the PUBE ARTIOLE in its
finest DRINKABLE CONDITION AND FLAVOR, and
as seid by tha FIR8T-0LA88 DEALERS In Holland,
England, and all over the world.
Ko farther proof Is wanted of its SUPERIORITY than
to know that It is recommended for ita purity by
UExDIrCAL MEN OF THB HIGHEST STA*DIN?, who
tetnowledgo that the CLUB HOUSE OIN poiseaecs
moro MEDICINAL PROPERTIES than any Gin p'soed
before Iks public ; and, therefore, particularly recom
mend it aa a? article that only requires to be known and
tested to bo appreciated.
Wm. S. CORWIN & CO.,
KO. 1ft KING-STREET,
Js'y 28 mwf OPPOSITE H MS EL.
0_f\f\ OABE3 IMPOBTED OLARET8 OF FAVOR
tJ\J\J ITE brands, for salo at New Tork palees.
Wm. S. CORWIN & CO..
No. 350 KING-STREET,
C. K. HUGER,
No. 137 MEETING-ST-,
CHARL-8?UI?, 8. C.
,,./*! ?__?? <?2
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE A STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON A WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, ka.
PLATFORM, COUNTER AND WARE
COTTON PICKERS, &o., &o.
IfW Represented by Mesara. M. K, JESSUP _ CO.,
B.J.BECK & CO.
Mo. O P1NB-STK--T, NICW YOllK.,
JOB PRINTERS AND "LTTHOGRAPH-RS,
Wholetal* and Retail Dealer* in Firtt-Olat* Office Ftaturet
CONSTANT-- ON HAND A SPLENDID ASSORT
KENT of Forsten and Domestlo LETTER ANI
ROTE PAPER. Envelopes of every sise and ?juantlty,
Cert-catos of Stock, Bonds, Oh-ks Notes, Drafts
Mils of Exohange. Billheads and Cards, Aa, tastel_lj
Orders by mall will receive prompt attention at low
*st sash prices.
B. J. BECK.CHAR. NEWBOTJRO
?DO-?80B TO A. LONO-TT.
ffo. 88 Murray-at?, New -fork,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
I0TT0N PRESSES AND GOTTON GINS
HORSE POWER*, THRESHING MAOHINEB
10,11, 80 and 60 PLOWS, Canal Barrows.
And ed 1 other Agricultural Implements, Fertiliser
PLOW OABT1NGB ot all kinds constant!,- on hand.
.tfitober i"_ stnthlyt
BREWSTER & SPRATT,
Attorneys At Law and Solicitors In Erfaltj,
OFFICE Ra 9? BBOAD-?TREET,
FUE W?IGHT't. BLUFF,
AND ALL IXTICKItlKUIATli I,A.V|.1I?CW ON
Till- K,ira .'KIO lil V ICH.
THE NEW IRON STEAMER
___- _B_ VANCE,
CAPTAIN 0HARLE3 McGARY,
WILL COMMENCE RECEIVING FREIGHT THI8
PAY, st Atl-utto Wha.f, and will sall at lu o'clock
on Wednesday Morning, too 8th lust.
For 1-ruigcit ongagvmeutnS|ip you bosrd or to
JA&1EH BRUVf NE, Agont.
August 0 No. II E-chaugo street.
FOE EDISTO AND EOCKVILLE.
oapt. ohah. wiLLnr,
WILL LEAVE, As AU .Vi., ON TUESDAY, 1TB IN
STANT, at li ?Muck A. M.
For Freight or Pannage apply on bosrd, at Southern
Whaif, or to_2 -. MOTTE A. PRINGLE.
FOE GEOEOETOWN, S. C.
_eiLO T BOY,
OAPT. TH03. R. PAYNE,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION Vf HARP EVBRY
Tuesday Morning, at 8 ?'aleck. Returning,
wlU l?_vB Georgetown evory Thtsrtdmy Morning, at 8
Freight received the day bsfora ?a-Mag
Far Frslght or passage, apply te
FERGD-0N k HOLMES.
N. B.-Freight (prepaid) will be Usen for Landings
on tha Pee Dee Itivsr, to be traaaferred at Georgetown
to Steamer R. E. Dell._im_July 38 ?
FOE SAVANNAH, GA.,
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HKAD,
_P ___ 1ST KT I _3 a
OAPT. w. t. mcnelty,
WILL LEAVE \OCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Tuesday Morning, at 8 o'clock.
Jiriurfuii? will lcavo _-vanua_ avery Wsdnstday AfUr
nosn at 3 o'slock.
AU Way Freight payabls by i_lpp?m.
For Frsliht or Passage, apply ?.
FERGUSON a. HOLMES,
July 28 am Accommodation Wbsrf.
BILTIHORG AND CHARLESTON
THE LINE l8 COMPOSED OF THE FOLLOWING
FIRST-CLASS 8TBAMSHIP8 :
STAR Or THE SOUTH -Ospt.-.
_. C. KNIGHT-Cspt. HOLLINS.
JOHN GIBSON-Oapt. ItE-l).
CIIMBERLAIVD-Oapt. M. P. URSINA.
THS TIME NEW STEAMER
?TO-.I IST C3-IBS03ST
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF FOR
Baltimore, on Tuesday, 7th August, at - o'clock.
For Freight or Passage, having unsurpassed ac
commodations, apply at tho oikce cf tho Aoents,
WILLIS k CHISOLM,
North Atlautio Wharf.
Agents in Baltimore: Messrs. -ENDERGA8T, FEN
WliiR k CO._3_August g
EEGULAE STEAMSHIP LINE
FOR NEW VOR IC.
OAPTAIN M. B. OUOWELL,
WILL LEAVE ADGER'8 SOUTH WHARF ON 8_T
UltOAY, August 11, 1800 at -o'clock - M. pre
cisely. RAVBNEL ? CO., Agonts.
New fork and Charleston
PEOPLE _ STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FARE REDUCED TO $35.
Leaii iig -och Port ever j Al tor na te Iii utn du y.
BTEAMBHIP EMILY R. BOUDEB,
Carr. It. W. Looxwoon.
Oapt. O. P. Ma-h-mah.
rT\HE8E 8TK-.M8HIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUOl
JL MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE Til AVELING
PUBLIC having superior aooommodatiOBfl for Passen
gers, with tables supplied by every luxury th. New York
and Oh sr les ton market b can afford; and, for safety, ey esc
*-nd comfort, are turf i vailed on the coast.
J**"' ' THE STEAMSHIP
M O 3ST TE- _3_ -A_ -
CAPTAIN 0. P. _?AR8HMAN,
nrriLL leave north atlantic wharf on
V V THOR? DA Y August 9, at - o'olook. ? -
Liberal advances msdo on consignments to New
For Freight or Pasiage, spply at the office of the
Agents. WtL-lH k OHIHOLM.
North Atlsntlo Wharf.
Oon?lgne_lnNew York-Messrs. UYINQ8TON. FOX
k CO. . August S
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON
THE NEW A I
THEODORE D. WAGNER,
CAPTAIN nom. K. Y BAXTER,
OF ABOUT 700 TON8 BURTHEN,
WILL LEAVE ATLANlIO WlUI F ON TUESDAY
7th August, at :i o.clock P. M., procinnly.
For Freight or Paseago apply at the, oiUco of tho
Agent. A .1. SALINAS,
Nos. 21 .-??i?l 23 V?;liduo It ?tige.
This I.iuo is runuiug re uUirly in connection with
tho South Camilo- und Ovatttt* Railroads, hy which
Frt lglit will be forward. " ir< eui -nmnilsslo- to Angosta,
Mae.on, Atlanta, Weat Point, Mi ntguuiory, Chat'anooga,
Naslivllle. Memphis. . union. Ml * , Columbia, Winns?
boro', Olii'filcr, l.'liarlolte, N. U.
Consign' e? at Dm ton, Mesara. 1) IS I BL LEWIS A- CO.
The l'tiii'iux ?Joluinbia; Intel IgeUCM., ut Atlanta;
Telegraph, at ."Mu on; .oiiA(i(iit!unaif?t, at Augusta;
Montgomery Advortirior, Ch-Uauo? g;? Dally Amorlcsn,
Nashvlllo (?ax tt?', SI? mplils Cotiiuicrcinl and Charlotte
Times will publish twice a week for ono UK-nth. and
send bill to Ag> ut, August 1
PACIFIC MAIL 8T? IH8?UP C0MPAN??8
TOUCHING AT *
Carrying the u. s. mail.
Through in Twenty-two Days.
6-XA_niPS OH THK CONNEOTTrlG ON TUBPAOiriO
AT-ANTIO, WITH THK
NORTHERN LIGHT.GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, ka., ka.
ONE OP THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID
Steamships will i?avo Pier No. 42 North River, Soot
of Oonal-street, at 12 o'clock, noor, i Die 1st, lilli and
.1st af every mouth (except who- .hope dates fall on
Sunday, and thou on tho preceding Saturday), for ASPIN.
WALL, connecting via Panania Hallway with one af th_
Company's StcamshipR from Panama for SAN FRAN
CISCO, tonchlng at ACAPULCO.
Departure? ot let and -1st connect at Panama with
steamers for SOUTH PAC1FI0 and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Thoso of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount or ONE-QUARTER from steAmors' ratea
allowed to sccoud cabin and steerage paasongt rs with
families. Also, ad allowance of ONE-QUARTER on
through rates to clergymen and tb.tr families, __._
school te-____?: soldiers having honorable discharges,
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to each adult.
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through and at.
tend to ladies and children without male protectora.
Baggage received on the dock the day before sailing,
from steamboats, railroads, and passengers who pre/or
to send down early.
' An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicino and at
For Passage Tickote, or further lnformatloa, apply al
the Company's Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
OANAL-STREET. NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
JulyS ?Til ne S K HOLMAN Ai-n*.
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR PROM
HUB O _P_B_
BY BAJUNO SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK.
Also, by the
SPIiENDID MAIL STEAMERS.
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and
_rom New York.
Great Reduction In Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFT8 FOR ANY AMOUNT on ?A-reat Britain and
Ireland, at the vory Lowest Rates.
Passengers, on arrival in Now York, will have theil
baggage removed Freo, and every caro bestowed on
For Passago, ko., apply to M. M. QUINN,
rat-. 627 Kimo Stbeet, O__.__.o-, S. u,
Pa_r__ry 27 lyr
SOUTH ?'Midi.iv.\ lt.Al.KOAI>. ""a
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE,!
Atiu-sT, 8, 18<J0. J j
ON AND AFTER TU S DATE, THE PREPAY
MENT of nil Freigut t<? Augusta, C-ytubla, and
all points beyond, will not bo required.
H. T. PEAKE,
August 0 :i General Supcriuteuduut.
THs- SO. OAa RAILllOAD COMPANY
HAViNG Rl' ESTABLISHED ITU REOEIVING AND
FORWARDING OFFICB, Merchandl?. and Pro
d'ice consign d io Its Agent from the iu'.erlor to North
ern ports, and iron?. Northern ports to the Interior, will
be cared lor and shipped to tho point of destination
without delny a?>d ir<io of commlriston.
Consignments to bo forwarded hy soa must always be
accompanied by Bills of Lading and Letter of Advice,
with Instructions to insure HduBlred.
E. N. FULLER,"
R. k F. Agent.
?ST The Oharlotte Times. Ohoater Standar-, and
Greenville Mountaineer, each copy one woek and sond
bills to tula office._ .uno__
H Alt ITA N ANO DKL 1 WARB BAY RAIE*
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO LONG BRANCH-THE
whole distance by rail-no change, of cars-no trav
elling hyfl'age On an i alter Friday, Juno 1st, 18e_,
the trains on this nosd will le-vo the Depot of Camdon
and Atlantic Rallroaci Onmpiny, atCooper'a Polpt, Cam
den, as follows, vis: 9 30 A. _L, Exprecs Train for Long
Branch and Now York and lnte< mediate Stations; 3.8
A. M.. Mall and Express for New .ck.
Returning, Train? teara Pier 8., foot of Duane-street,
North Uiver, via Steamboat Jesse Hoy t; at li A. M., Ex?
preus Train for Long Branch, O * m do a and lntermedlato
Stations; and 4 P. M. for all Suttons on the Read.
Fare to and from New Vork or Long Branch, $2.
Excursion TlokeU to Long Brauoh from Camden, $3.
Jons xa amo WM. N. CLAYTON, Snp't,