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TTJEBDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 18CG.
I_iKJKFi"r.i).-Tlio drought which lia* ao Ioiik
ttnovaih-<l in this part of tho country, ami which
au.i_.lv became bo distreaaing, is now al an ?uti.
JL-andant ruina hil ?ni - linday hiicI on Monday,
wegotation id lovigoratoil, and tho weather is
..jtcasant. A larg? cuni crop c:uinot posaibly bo
WlLUAVBDOao.-Tbfl "hoaletl tonn" has con
irJasuod with but littlo abatement. Wo woro blessed
tmith *> refreshing ulm .vor on amid ay, and havo,
?1(03.81, obtaiueu aoma respite fr??ni not uigktB.
Tito indication? aro that wo will havo a continu
ance of tho same. Wo hopo for better tinioa and
?r.7 to koop cool.
NewuKiiiiY.-Tho heated term and tho drought
-XTo aliko brokon, mid lilnnmnl with couions und
-ielightful rainy seasons a giuoral rofrosbing la
.felt. Tho deepnnding l'armer is hopot'ul. T?> a
portion o? tho oom crop tho favorable chaugo
aanica too lato, hut lo tho general crop incul
??iUblo good hua falleu. Exeopt that the cotton
plant in amah and not ailvaneeil, the crop baa
?eperiouee?! no other injury. Tho rains acorn
?o havo boon "cnur-1, na board "from various
Tour.-Tho .iry weather c uitimto-i throughout
iha greater p irtion ?d' tina Di-?trii;t. Tue crops
have lu onoesqueuoa huon 1'o.irl'iill.r injured. All
ied to tina ia tim unreliability of the labor, re
?ia I ti ig iu bad cultivation; which, willi the .severe
?-iroiight now prevailing, mu-i roanltin aoareltyof
! ?nod and Mullering. Tho prospect for tannera ia
-iecouvagiug in the extreme.
Tho Columbia Patriot, ol' yesterday, saya :
Upon information deemed reliable, ?v dotaeh
meet of I'tiitc?! Btatoa Cavalry, accompanied by
Jax. John 'Lane, woro aont in pu run it ol' three
-?iacactora lately in Columbia, who woro supposed
<?o bo con ?OOteii with tho lato brutal murder of
Afr. 3j?)in. Lane, of Newberry. They wcro yoater
.lay overtaken in Loxim'tou District, mid brought
ta this city, and havo buen lodged in tho military
jarieou to uwuit initiier dovclopiuents. They gave
thxer nainoa aa B. P. Burton, J,. 13. Littlo and
?oli u Bullock.
. -a ? ?
Tho Colombo* Enquirer, of Saturday, says :
Tho atmosphere continuoa very atiltry. Bain
?would he a great relief. The hi-jhest mark of tho
theraiomotcr yesterday was 92.
The same paper alao states that
Tho Augusta Chronicle, of tho 2J hist., says
iitat there acema to bra no doubt that Savannah ?b
_saw visited by both cholera aud yellow fever; and
it urges upon the authorities of Augusta the
-?-option ol' every pro?-aulionary measure to pre
.rent its communication to their city. We trust
?aiu auch measure* havo already been nd'iptod in
Coianihua-that tiithy placea have boen cleauaed,
.vail the hoapitul put in readiness fur tho prompt
sweoptiou of any casca that may lo imported
Eau?.t Coti'in.-Tho Bambridge Georgian, of
y_y _.?tii nit., montions aainplcaor colton of thU
S??ar'a growth, an I from two plantations in it-j
-flection. Thia ia morn forward than the colton
_rop in thia region, and wo preamao ia alao aovei
-? weeks in advance ol'tho great bulk of tho cotton
Tho Griti?n Star of tho 4'h mentions that on
Wednesday laat ??ne Sam Clark Bbot and almost
instantly billed bia father-in-law, Daniel Kirbfl, bl
fia.that city. Cormiera vertuet-murder. Clark
ruado bia (-scape, but wita ovi-rhaul???! ?n Thursday
-norning in Mornwotuer county, by Marshal Diiy
jJ and Branch Dowden. Aa court ia in aeaaiou, ho
milt doubtless havo a speedy shtift at the li tinda
<*f thopo worthy jiiiats uf tho hw, Judge Spier
a_id Soli'jitor Hamiuoiiil.
From the Romo Couritr of the 2?1 wo extract tho
Bet lawring :
.J-jiiEvr DbotjoUT.-Tho great drought that arno
?a a?rerai treeka aince in Aliihlle au.l Lower Geor
***?t^ ia now being fearfully realized in this section
.xf tho State. Thara have been a few partial ruins
?aCherokee Georgia, butin probably at least onc
aaif of tho territory of this sectinu, "tho c. rn lina
-offered already very much, and unlean copioua
sun conlea in a few daya the crop wifl bo almost
?-.complete failure. Tho cotton has not suffered
Skihous I?kncountzb.-Wo aro informed that
ora laat Saturday night, at a place occupied by
-Sano Simson, or uomu such naine, two or three
__?lea from town, on tho Alabama roud, u difheul
*3ry?c?e"rred, in which several mon wcro engaged.
John Bulord rooolved a frightful wound aoroaa
-foo abdomen with a Bowie knife letting out bia
?-oarels, from the effects of which ho now lioa in a
The man who it ia eaid inflicted this dangerous
*^R3-ind is reported to bo an Alalumian, who, after
?_oing severely beaten by a friend of Air. Bulord,
The Atlanta New Era, of the 4tb, says :
Tho ulan.: of fire, about two o'clock yesterday
-morning, waa occa.?inncd by tho burning of Col.
Lnther J. Glonu's kitobeo. It was with annie ti 11 li -
?cnlty that the Colonel's reaidonco could ho saved.
The Aro is supposed to havo been accidental.
.7?"roni the Maeou Telegraph, of tho 3d, wo mako
?-,>?:.?.> extract :
P\7.visumest ron the CniME of IIape.--The pun
__t-*uietit for the crime of rape is coutincmeiit in
-fe?? penitentiary for a tcrmofyeara. The Grand
Jfrxtj of Fulton County, at tho recent term of tho
.Seperior Court of that county, mado tho follow
?_Kjudicious tecnmineudatitin :
wo would recommend to tho Lcfnslaturo of tho
rS-ato an amenrlmcnt to tho pr?-sont statute in
c>aeeof rape, so far sa to make it punishable with
iSeatli, instead of ti miadrnieanor, as now ailixed
&ylaw. Than tliis no greater ciimo ia known to
??ieinw. Certainly nona deserves a noverer pun
-ihincnt. Tho ?aiictity of virtue dotnanda it; pub
?c justice and female purity demand it; tho safety
?-faociety demanda it; it ia invoked by every
-coniniona tr.ne ol' \v?-nk and defont-niess chastity;
1ftia demandod aa a tditeld againattho unhallowed
?"-abraces of unbri ltd brutality."
The Savannah Daily Advertiser of Saturday
Feetorday, at a little after ono o'clo:k, thochim
my ?..1 the residence of Air. li. A. Palmer, on tho
-northwest corner of York and Jefforaou atreeti-,
took lire, and tho apai-ki dropiiihg on tho roof
Mnreatcucd a acrioua eoniugrattOD,
Pancru- Accident-A young mnn named Chns.
Fallour, tig? d some i\venty-t?vo rears, waa to
rlon-ly, ii not fatally, Injured '.;. ilio awiteh an
!?iuc yesterday morning. Ho Ktiaatandlng on the
.feme"-, tinder tho railroad bridge, and did not no
.C-jo the eugino In lime to pacape it. Ilia l?.ft loot
erna dreadfully mangled, hcaidea two bouea in hie
cv;ht leg w? re hi ok. n, and a aevero c?iniiiK?on re
?aav-ed ou tho knee Joint of the ?arno leg. Ho was
enotteyed to tho bouse of hi?, frieiula o.i Marietta
-ttret, where the nrceasitry amputation waa mado
Cry Dr. \V. F. Wealni'-ueland, ufsislcd hv Urs. H.
f. Orme-, Weal brook anti McJlillmi, Tho hotter
y>-vt ?if the left foot was removed by a most ekill
?_i aurgicftl operation. Tho right kg waa not um
ytilaKil ytdUiday, ua it was hoped that limb
-tntght be saved to tho unfortunate man.
E_iu.y Cotton.-Tho Macon Journal and Mes
tamger says :
The Bainbridge Georgian t-peahe of enmplcs of
-i/Uon from two place-i iu that secliou.
The Augusta Coiu-litittionalM iiIhosiivs that it
l_asou exhibiiion in its oflicu aeveml fully oponed
. motton bolla from Hie plantntion of Mr.* Thomas
Xorbury, betlor known as tho Colonel Davis placo.
St learns thot Mr. Norbury txjiecta to inako ubout
c-fTu hundred huies this year.
Tho lloma Courier s.ya a man named Thomas
Martin waa so sulfucatud by the gas in an old
xskII, while going dowu to clean it, th?t he lot go
. r_f the ropo, by which be was Uf-itig let down, mid
-?J- to tho bottom of tho woll, killing him inetuntly.
Tho Cnvington Examiner says that a negro man
ixamod Ed, formerly the property of Dr. King, of
<"?<r<eGUBboro', was utabbeu in Oxford, on Tuosdriy
-_3glit, by another froetlman, causing his doath.
Iho Savannah "Florald t-ays that tho mortuary
Hat for tho week ending 30th ultimo, as well as
?ft->-*-ao which procodutl it, is au ofliciut aunouncc
ttaant of tho gratifying fact that tim health of that
?Xav.'j- has nover boen butter than it Is at uresont.
There ia to bo a prize regatta at Thunderbolt
eu* Wednesday tho 15th, Iroe to all boat? under 23
?as?- in lei gth.
J__UU_i. i-A?JJ, i,ii__l_..__,
sr mi's, ni loss piiRtt.
nr\ babhel. kxtrv family flour
Ov/ 25 barrels Mehs Pork
30 arkins Choleo Leaf Lird
25 boxes E. Dairy Chceso
20IHI pounds Baron Siripa
20 bans Ulo ami -I. JjomlnRO CoflTco
'.JO lialf cb phis Hyson and Blue- Teas
40 barr?la Crushed A and C Sugars
2(J0 boxes Candios, 8osps, Starch, "a, with
full huppUoii landing and lu store.
BALLANTINE'S (BEAM STOCK ALE
FAIRBANK'S pCaLES-ill sizes.
For salo by
J. k F. DAWSON,
August 7 1 _No. ur- East Bsy.
BARRELS QttK-I roiNT8YRUP. JUST RE
CEIVED by sicaaiur and for .-oin by
AQRUBt7 tutiisS_BaV-NEL ?- CO.
SHOULDEB8, SIDES AND BO
HUPS SUOULIiER- (A GOOD ARTICLE)
6 lilut?. Primo Sides
3 cases Superior German Bolodun SausagcB.
Just received aud tor pain by
No. 137 East Bay, opposite North Atlantic Wharf.
August 7 1
BACON STRIPS, &c,
I f\ BBLS cn ICE8TRIP
A. \J r, Mb. Pig IlaniB
lu begs ? hoi o lliittir.
Just received aud for Halo by
JAME. CANTWELL <. CO.,
August? I No. 114 Ea-t Biy.
NEW GEORGIA FLOUR.
1- / \ BAOS f-XTR- FAMILY GEORGIA FLOUR,
.?Vi Atlanta Oit> Milla
10O baas Extra Georgia Flour, Excelsior Mills
100 hbla. Extra Baker's Flour. City of Charleston
in. bblri. Fresh O round Hupc-ilno Ohio Flour.
Having now weekly anppllea of the above Brands,
purchasers can dopend upon getting a goodartlclo,
For sale by J. N. ROBSON,
August 7 lu'haS No. G2 Easv Bay.
EXTRA AND SUPER FLOUR.
n BARRELS LANDING FROM MONEKA
74 barrels lauding from 8arsgosra.
Fur salo low. WILLIAM ROA0H.
? August 7_,_I_
CORN, OATS, BRAN, FLOUR.
1 r\ /\f\f~\ BUSHELS PRIME YELLOW AND
J_\-/-\-/VJl_/ WE3M-RN MIXED .OBH
40IM) bushels Primo White Corn
8000 bushels Heavy New York Oats
P0M0 bushels Bran
.CO bbls. Extra, Super, Fluo and Middling Flour.
200 bushels B. E. und COW PEA8.
For sale hy J. OAMPSEN _ CO.,
No. 14 Market street, opposite State ktrout.
August 7 _3
~~C0RN FOR SALE.
l?~\f-\r\ BUSHELS WHITE CORN, EX STEAM
l\_H_/\_/ ER? JOHNGIBSUN."
For sale low from the wharf, by
WILLIS Jfc CHISOTM,
August 7 1 North Atlantic Wharf.
ONIONS AND POTATOES.
JUST RECEIVED HY STEAMER
_?) bbls. ONIONS
40 bhls. Potatoes.
Tobo sold cheap, by . BART k WIRTH,
AnjMlit 7 2 No 57 M rkfit-Btrcet.
BAGGING AND ROPE.
E_/\ BALES GUNNY BADGING
OL' H'O colls Superior Western II oinp Rope,
For sale by MOWRY . CO.,
August 7 tnwfS North Atlnntio Wharf.
-I ff C\?jE_ LE VF TOBACCO
X _> 150 bbls FLOUR, landing this day and for salo
by A. STENHOUSE.
August 7 2* No. IS Exchange Place.
ARI.iV. D BY STEA-It-R. GUAN .?A,
Kl.OM NEW YORK, AND I'OK SALIS t
2 COVERED SPUING BAKER OB GROCERS'
2 Light Wagons, suited for Express, Food, Farm, or
1 New York Butcher Spring Cart
A lew sets of Prime Harness, to suit Vehicles.
300 bales PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY, In lots to suit
Apply to B. FOLEY,
Farmers' Exchango Bank, East Bay.
SIDES. SHOULDERS, STRIPS.
J f\ HUDS PRIME 8IDE8
X \J 1 hhds. Prime Bbouldors
6 hhds Palliation Shoulders
10 tierces Strips.
Just received and for sale by
LAUREY k ALEXANDER,
No. 1.17 East Bay, opposite North Atlantic Wharf.
August 4 atu2
BRICES! BRICKS! BRICKS!
100.000 8sdalpeebioe B?lCK8 F0B
apply at No. 10 MARKET STREET.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements once moro for thi manufacturo of
the best COTTON GINS ever made in this country, are
now prepared to re?oive orders from Planters and
others wishing to purchase.
__?> lo'ig established and well known reputation ol
ELLIOTT'S COT TON GINS, will, wo hope, be a suffl
clent guarantee that the article will glvo ontiro satlalao
tlon. J. M. ELLIOTT k CO.,
May 14 Wlnnntiorn, H. O.
TATES & BRO.,
No. 449 King-st.,
8. WILEY'S OLD STAND.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INPORM -HEIR
friend?, and tin? pub le generally, that they have
jti-t opened at tiio ahovo mnutloned stund, and h.vn
now on hand, a full supply of CHOICE FAMILY
GROC1RIE3,ALIS. WINES, LiQUORS, ?ia, which they
aie Eclliug ?t reas Labio li/jur. h
Wo would invito purchasers to call and examine our
.loos. SIGN OF THE BIG PlT_Hi-.lt.
August 1_smt 0
JOHN KING & CO-,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay,
OPPOSITE KEBtt'S WHABP,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASH:
HEIDSIEOK CHA ?PAONE, QUARTS AND PINTS
SHERRY WINE, m ca-i-s and lu casks
MADEIRA WINE, In cases aud io casks
CLARET WINES, lu ca*os pints and half pints
CORDIALS, lu cases-a yarlot y
RITTERS (E. G. Seif?, in cases
BRANDIES, In casos and in casks
OINS, lu cases and lu casks
RUM, In cases
WHISKIES, lu oases and In casks
ALE, la eisen, quarts and pints
LAGER BEER. In quarter bai-rel-, also In pinta.picked,
eight do?.m to the harm. ?mo? J ?noll,
RICE ! RICEY
ISTo. 193 EAST BAY.
J. S. 8CHIKMER,
W*"&"-!! D .ALBR Ift FOBEIGN AND DOM-B
TIC RICE. An assortment o? all grades cou
tanti/on hand. ? j_oM
FlaM'UKS AiNU UHU? F?KfttiKS
ATTENTION U CALL-D Tu
& I I_ S O IST'S
PATENT ECLIPSE PLOW
ITS UTILITY AND ECONOMY SURPASSES ANY
Implement of the preBi-nt day. It will cut Grass mid
Weeds, and ?ive fresh soil to th? Plant at 0110 stroke;
Its economy boin); fifty per cent of the present system
of tillado. Call aud uiiituluo, and see for yourself, at
C. K. HUGrER'S,
NO. 137 MEETING STREET. OPPOSITE HA-NE
STREET, CHARLES ION.
AuRiist 7 tilths I
HOWES'S IMPROVED COTTON PIOKERS WEIGH
two pounds; picks fiOO to 800 pounds per day,
freo from trash. PRICE-$20.
C K. HUGER,
August 4 -tutu No 1.17 Mooting st root.
C. K. HUGEB,
No. 137 MEETING-ST.,
CIIA-.L.-.STON, S. C.
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LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGIN ES
IRON 4 WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, to.
PLATFORM, COUNTER AND WARE
COTTON PICKERS, &_., to.
jg_r lteprcsontedby Messrs. M. K. JESSOP & CO.,
CITY SQUARE SALOON.
THE UNDER8IGNED BAVE OPENED THE ABOVE
Establishment, at No. C3 Meeting st roo-, opposite
the City Square, where a splendid assortment of
WINES, LIQUORS, MEGABS, TOBACCO, ko., will be
kept constantly on baud.
LUNCH served every day.
They will be happy to ?es their friends and patrons on
This Day, when a tree Lunch will be sorvod.
WILLBERN & STELLING.
P?LMETFO IRON WORKS,
Corner of Concord anti Hasel Streets.
LOCKWOOD at JOHNSON'S OLD STAND,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PREPARED TO BUILD ENGINES, BOIIER8AND
Machinery of every Mud. Castings in iron and
lirma executed with facility arid dispatch. House
Fronts of Cast Iron, aud Railings for all purposes, built
and set up to ordor.
JOHN ii. PUNDT,
August (J EDWARD A. DODD.
GEO. W. CLARK & CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland street?,
HAVING TAKEN THE HOLE AGENCY, OF THi
ahovo celebrated AT.-. ac"no?rlodged to b*
th" best in the niatkot, ure now propared to supply th?
TRADE of this city and vicinity
Warranted to stand the climat".
For sale In barrels aud hall b-rrols.
NEWS AND HERALD,
PUDLISUED AT ,
No. Ill Bay-street, Savannah, Ga.,
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE flTV,
la assign.- the publication of
As having tho
In the City and County,
And Publishes the Legal Advertisement? of nearly ever;
County which baa its Advertising done In Savavannab.
It la the
BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM
In 1U Section of the R?ate.
Dally.,..,.$10 per Aj__
rrl-Weekly.;. ? " "
Weelu y. 8 "
B. W. MASON.
Kdltor ?ml Proprietor?
\V ,1 p. -I K ?? inMKOI- ' KI.Y, A
?VESSEL to load l.unilur lur New York, eighty
>tlioi:-.?nd feet capacity. Apply to
? A GETTY A CO.,
_ . " ,. No rjH Mim Uni;.Mtrcet,
July 12 tbstu Ard North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR EDISTO ANO ROCKVILLE.
CAn. CUAS. WILLEY,
WILL LEAVE, AH AB'iYt, THIS DAY, MB IN
STANT, ;vt 11 o'clock A. M.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, at Southern
Wharf, or to MOTTE A. 1'RINGLE.
A illili m1 7 1
FOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF,
AND ALI, ivri.:inii.i)i\TK LANDINGS UN
'I'll is l-HTBIC RlVloil.
THE NEW IRON STEAMER
____ _B. VANCE,
CAPTAIN CHARLES McOARY,
WILL COMMENCE RECEIVING FREIGUT THIS
DAY. at A tin title Wlinif, and will sall at 10 o'clock
on tVednetday Morning, tuo Hih lust.
For Freigut engagements npp yon bonrd or to
JAMES BROWNE, Agent.
August C_No. II Exchange street.
B.LTI-IORE AND tiI,_R;.ESTON
THE LINE IS COMPOSED OF THE FOLLOWING
FIRST-CLASS STEAM8HIP8 :
STAR OF THE SOUTH-Capt_.
K. C. KNIGHT-Capt. HOLLINS.
JOHN GIBSON-Capt. REED.
CUMBERb/VND-Capt. M. P. URSINA.
TUE FINE NEW STEAMER
WILL LEAVE BROWN A C i.'S WHARF. FOR
Baltimore, TRI. DAY, 7th Augnst. at 1 o'clock.
For Freight or I'assiRO, having unsurpassed ac
commodations, apply at tho omeo ol the Aconte,
WILLIS _ CHISOLM,
North Atluntlc Wharf.
Agents in Bal Omore: Mosers. 1ENDEEOA8T, FEN
WIOK te CO._ _I _ August 7
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON
THE NEW A I
THEODORE D. WAGNER,
CAPTAIN RODNEY BAXTER,
OF ABOUT 700 TONS BURTHEN,
\JfriLL LEAVE ATLANTIO WHARF ON TUESDAY
Vr 7th August, at 3 o.elock P. M-, procinoly.
For Freight or Passage apply at the office of the
Agent. A. J. SALINAS,
Noi. .1 and .3 Vendue Range.
This Line is running rs.ularly in connection with
the South Carolina and Georgia Railroads, by which
Freight will be forwarded free ol commission to Augusta,
Mucoii, Atlanta, West Point, Montgomery, Chat'anooga,
Nashville. Memphis, , anton, Misa, Columbia, Winns
boro', Chester, Charlotte, N. O.
OonsiR-t-es at Boston, Messrs. DANIEL LEWIS & CO.
The Phonix columbia; Iutelilgonceer, at Atlanta;
Telegraph, at Marou; Constitutionally, at Angusta;
Montgomery Advertiser, Chattanooga Daily American,
Nashville ___-ttt>, M? inphls Commercial and U-arlott -
Times will publish twice a week for one month, and
send bill to Ar? nt, August 1
New fork and Cbarleston '
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMBAN!.
FARE REDUCED TO $35.
Leaving each Port ever j Al t?mate Thursday.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. BOUDER,
Capt. B. W. Lookwood.
OA1T. O. P. MA-SH_AH.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVEBY INDU03
MENT TO 8HIPPEB8 AND THE TRAVKLIN
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Pausen
gera, vith tables supplied by every luxury the New York
and Charleston markets cn- afford; and, for safety, speei
Mid comfort, are anrlvaUed on the ooast.
_m: o _nT_e_3:_a_
OAPTAIN O. P. MARSHMAN,
tXriLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
W THURSDAY Amma?. 9, at - o .loo-.
Llborai advoucoa made on consignments to Now
For Freight or Pasiage, apply at tho office of the
Agents. WILLIS k CHISOLM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Gonrigneesln Now York-Mosara. LIVINGSTON, FOX
k CO._August 3
REGULAR STEAMSHIP LINE
FOR NEW YORK.
CAPTAIN M. B. OROWELL,
WILL LEAVE ADOER'SHOUTH WHARF ON SAT
URDAY, Aagust 11, 1800 at - o'clock - M. pre
cisely. RAVEN HL & CO., Agents.
I J. ?lHLIiriiulU?LL,
NO. 87 _lisri? STRBBT,
BETWEEN KING AND 8T. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DKSORIPTIOS AND BUELD
ING M .TERIAL constantly o.a. hind at tboloweg".
June 29 ftulyr
PACIFIC MAILST; AMSIIlP COMPANY'S
CARRYING THE O.S. MAIL,
Through in Twenty-two Days.
r-TKAMStlll'S ON XHK COSSKITISO ON THE PACIFIC
ATLAMIC, Willi TIIK
ARIZ.? ?NA.( -OI.OKA.I '< >
HENRY t:il MTSCKV..Ot INSTITUTION
NHW YOU!*.noLUKs <:ny
OC* AN QUEEN.HAOIt AMENTO
NORTHERN LKIHT.GOLDEN At.K
COSTA itICA.MONTANA, Ace , kc.
ONE Ol' THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDID
HteaiiinhtpB will leave Pior No. Vi North Uiver, loo!
of Canal-Htreet, nt 12 o'clock, noon, i the 1st, lilli and
21b?. of every mouth (except who.t .intwe dates fall on
Sunday, and then on tho preceding Saturday), for A8PIN
WALL, connecting via Panama Hallway with one of the
Company's Steamships fruin Panama for a\N FRAN
CI8CO, touching at ACAPULCO.
Doparturoa of let and 21st connect at Panama with
atourucra for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERL
OAN PORTS. Those of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from Htoamors' rate?
allowed to second cabin anti steerairu pasBengt rs with
famllica. Also, an alloivunco of ONE-QUAHTEIt on
through ratos to dorgymen and tholr f?.rrj_iea, ana
school teacher?; eoldioia having honorable diacliargfa.
One hundred pounds baggago allowed to each adult.
Baggago-niaslers accompany baggage through and at
tend to ladies and children without malo protectors.
Baggage received on the dock the day before Bailing,
from steamboats, railroads, and passongora who prefer
to send down early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicine and at?
For Passago Ticketa, or further information, apply at
the Company's Ticket Office, on tho Wharf, FOOT OF
OAKAL-HTBEET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
July 3_."run._S K HCI.MAN. ArT*.
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OK. FRO*"?
EUR O -P IE
BY SAILING SHIPS, 8AIL1NG EVERY WEEK.
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
.-taUlng every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and
from New York. <.*>
'.?eat Iteduction In Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland, at the very Lowe*st nates,
Passongers, on arriva: m Now "fork, will have thelx
baggage removed lf.ee, mid ovcry care bestowed on
For Pact-Age, ka., apply to M. M. QUINN,
ii?.. 62V Him ?i _t__bt, 0i_Ui__bton, 8. ?J.
February 27 S , lyr
SOUTH tMUOl.lV.l HAII.RO?D.
QENEBAIi SUPERINTENDENTS OFFIOE.I
Auuusr, 6, 1860. J
ON AND AFTER TH S DATE. THE PREPAY
MENT or all Freight to Augusta, Columbia, ana
all pointa beyond, will nut bo required.
H. T. PEAKE,
August 6 S General Superintendent.
CHA11LE|-T(IN ANO SAVANNAH RAI?
|-?v\i? COMMA*?' V.
OFFICE ENGINEER AND SUPERINTENDENT, 1
Ciiani.KiTo.v, 8. C, July 3Ut)i, 1(08. J
on thursday, augu8t 2, this road wile.
bo open ta Salkeb Vchie Station.
The public ure notified that Patterson's Bridge, over
the Salkchatchle Ki vor, has boon repaired.
H. H. HAINE9,
July 31 tntha-* Erglw??er ana Bnperlnlendent.
THE SO. CA. RAILROAD COAIPAIVY
HAVING it- EST.\BI.I**H*"D ITU REOEIVING AND
. FORWARDING OFFICE, Me .?.bandi e and Pro
d .co cousigu d io Itu Agent I ni m the lu i-rlor to Nortb
otn ports, aiid from Norths'n ports to the Interior, will
bo cared tor an * ?hipped to the polut of destination
without delay ad freo of coinuiUslon.
Consignments to bo forwarded i?y nea must always be
acc?*imp---.led by HU s of I.nd?'?'ard Letter of Advioo,
with instructions to insure if desired.
E. N. FULLER.
It. k F. Agent.
JOS? The '.barlntto Time?, OllMtW Standard, and
Gneinilli- Uoin tanner, t-. li cox.., <>>i<> week untl send
bills to tuts : Rice. June 9S
IS AHITAN A VI) OKI, t WAUK BAY RAI*_
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO "LONG BRANCH-THE
whole disr.iiitc i j '..all-i, i jl ...n,?* at cars-no trav.
elliug by K'ago On tin.I atlee Friday, Juue 1st, I860,
the train- or. thiel Road .?ill ?e-vo ibu 1'i-i-it of Canutes
and Atlantic I';.l!i ???vi Company, a! ?.Ja qui.-'? Point, Cam
den, as folliws, viz: 0.20 A. SI., Expr? >.-< Train for Long
branch aud New York and Intermed?alo Stations; 3.38
A. 31., Uatl and Expresa for Now Yo le
Returning, Trainn leivo Pier 82, foot of Duane-street,
North River, ria Steamboat Jc?sq Hoyt; at li A. &L. Ex
press Train for Long brunch, Camden and intermediate
Statlous; and 4 P. M. for all Stations on the Road.
faro to and from New York or Long Branch, $3.
Excursion Tickets to Lou? Ulundi from Camden, $Ji.
June l8 3mo WAI. N. CL\YTON, Hup't
'lill. CAKOIalNA TIMK!*,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT ORANGE.
BURG O. H., 8. C. by THAD. C. ANDREWS.
The only paper puhllshod lu tho rich andtlourlshlng
District of Orangobnrg, 8. C. Circulation of tho Pape?
eitonslve and rapidly increiralnB.
Weekly Paper-one year.fS.
Weekly Paper-six mouths. _,
Weekly Paper-threo unui'hs. 1
To clubs of toi or more the Paper will be supplied
a. per year for each cop?.
To cluba of twenty or nitro tho Paper will be snpplt
at f 3 per year tor each copy.
Ope square-two mouths. 9,
Oae e""iare-throo months. JO.
Orlo square-six niontbs. 13.0
Onto square- twelve month*.. 15.0
Twenty-Cve per ??nt. discount allowed on advert lae.
m?Lit_ of three squares or over.
-?hit}-three per cent, discount allowed on adver ti be*
melita of half oolnmn or over.
Fifty per con.. dUcuunt allowed on advortiaomenta o
onojeohimvj or over.
Tai mi llMll.
LEGARE k ANDREW?,