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FRIDAY MORNING, AUGU8T 10, 18GG.
Tub Oahi,_-Delays Ex. laim-d. - All the dis
patcher, from Europe by the cabio havo thus far
roaohe? tho city at a very lato hour of tho night.
Tho Agont of tho Associated Proas saya :
Upon investigation for tho causo of dolay in
the reception of dispatches from Aspy Bay wo
find a syetcm prevailing whloh for stupidity sur
passes anything ovor mut with.
This syatorn apiiears to bo to roieivo at Port
Hood tho whol?? hatoh ?if innBHagos at Aspy Bay,
then tboy aro eout to Sai-kvillo, then to Calais,
and thon to Now York, ea??li ?Lfloront placo roeoiv
ng tho wholo numbor of moc-sages at ita ornoo
bofore attomptitig to ?end any throngh.
It Booms th ? t for tlio euko of economy thoro is
bnt o o operator stationed at ouch piuco. An ad
ditional forco will pro iably bo put on ono of t hose
?Ijjh, Imt pri'oixolv when ive aro not informod.
N. Y. Post,Aug3.
Coal Oil ron Steam Pukposes.-A London cor
rospoudont of tho Now York Times says, in a let
t or dated tho 21st instant :
The oxperimonts at Woolwich on the use of coal
oil? for Bininu ctigiiic'STaro of such importance
that I must onco moro auk for thom tho attention
of the American oiiKiue-qr?. It was fuinul in tin so
oxporimoutn that iii? American coal oils would
oouvert wiitin- i to ?tem at tho rate ol'ono pound
of oil to thirteen of witter, which is noarly double
tho power i.f coi'.l; but it vvus nlro found that a
ponud of English m.-k oil, di-tilled from shalon,
would evaporate over eighteen pounds of water.
I need not point oin tlio ocoiiomios oi spaco and
???fright by tho uso uf oil. Tuo engiucor has his
fires at porreot command, to incroaso or diminish
rom momont to moment. Ho ncods no stok? ru.
Tho doors of tho furnaco aro never oponed. No
stirring of fires-no burning out of platos. Tho
apace, weight and labor envoi! will mako it an
economy. Ab to the oil, that distilled from tho
ahalos and iron ore of North Carolina ought to bo
ab good as tho beat English. This mutter is worth
tho attontion of the Government and of oapital
Tue Ibon-Olad Ra31 Ta-ueau-This extraor
dinary Btructuiv, designed both as a ram and
i ron-ciad battery, has just Leon completed by tho
French Qovernmeut, and now lios in Toulon har
bor. We olip from Frank Leslie the following
description of hor :
The Taureau is an odd-looking ship, roaom
bliurr a whale in the sbapo of the uppor part of
its hull, with a swelling convexity above the
water. Tho prow is made of bronzo, weighs
-oleven tons, and projects forty feet benoath tho
water. The ship .?arrioe but ono gun, mounted
in the turret at tho bow. This turret dcBConds to
the heel, and is designed tu furnish a stronghold
for the crew during an engagement. The sides of
tho hull are iron-clad only for throe foot abovo
the water Udo, amidi-hips and abaft, but tho bow
and turret are protected by armor five inches
thick. The venae! has two engines, oach of two
hundred and fif'y-boi-e p .wer, aud ia ono hun
dred and uiuoty-jL-vou foot long, by about forty
eight feet wide. The Tauroau has been con
structed in tho beat manner, aud is expeetod to
provo a formidable antagonist, and acting both as
a battery and a ram, poBsosses a double ad
Co-ffMiTTEn.-William R. Cooper, who waa ar
reated on Thursday laat, in Philadelphia, charged
with swindling tho Government of funds to tho
amount of some sixty thousand dollars, was, after
tv hearing before the United StatcB Commissioner,
on Saturday last, committed for trial. One of the
Philadelphia papers gives tho following brief his
tory of hia caroor. It eaya:
"Some three years ago thero was employed, as
?aloaman, by Mesara. Homman Bros., in thia
city, a young man named William Ringgold
Cooper. He stayed there for nonio months, when
at last hin hone.-ty waa suspected: at length it was
found to be moro than questionable. Ho was
poromptorily discharged-, but through mercy, that
perhaps was injudiciously exorcised, he was told
to go and Bin no moro, and no prosecution waa
made agaiust bim. Cooper ia rather short in
stature. Ho ia of pleasant countenance, wears no
beard, and dresses with decided taste. Alter
leaving the Monars. Horstman, ho onterod tho
navy in some subordinate capaoity; and how he
spout his time after bia discharge he does not
choose to atate. But tiri* ho did-he raised the
wind to the tune of $G0,OOO, and married a Miss
Julia De frota, a niece of Mr. Defrees, the Public
Printer at Washington, one of the wealthiest and
moBt rospeotable gentlomon at the National
Capital." _ _
Chol-EA-The Diffebeut Species_Thero aro
three kinds of cholera-cholera morbue, cholera
infantnm and Asiatic cholera The Boston Jour
nal thinks that the latter is much losa a proper
anbjoot of alarm than tho other two, and quotes
.?that in that city last week, the "deaths by cholera
infaitnm ruso to tho extraordinary number of S3;
And what is mor? surprising still, about one-half
of the whole number of deaths-that is, G1 out of
129-were of children under fivo years of ago. In
New.York, while tho deaths by Aeiatio cholera
wore 11, those by cholera morbus were 33. and
thone by cholera infantnm went up to 278 ! In
Philadelphia, Asiatic cholera took away 10; chole
ra morbus 23; aud cholera infantnm 158. Wo may
add that the deaths by the kindred diseases of
diarrhoa and dy-eut?-ry wcro: In New York 133,
and in Philadelphia 39." The Journal well adds:
"Parents and all others cannot bo too careful in
the eight woeka to come."
. .> a
The Jacksonville (Fla.) Union, of Saturday last,
On Tuesday night last some bold depredators
broke open the City Guard House aud liberated
three prisoners, who had Leen incarcerated in
two of its or Ila under sentenco of tho County
Criminal t'onrt. When it ia considered that this
place is in the very boart of the business portion
of Buy-street, and near whioh some of our citizens
aleop, it must be noted as a daring act, and is au
evideuoo that we have somo dospera?o characters
in onr mid-L. This is the Becoud timo the same
act hasLeon perpetrated on this prison. On thisoc
casion, the lot-Its on an outer door and on two inner
doora were l??rced liefuro tho parties liberated
oonld bo reached. Wo trust tho sheriff of tho
county will bo ablo to trace tbeso fellows aud re
Criminal Imfehtinenck-A fow days ago the
President of the Onl'-d States forwarded Lo the
Hon. William F. Johnston, ox-Governor of Penn
sylvania, a cnmmiasioii as collector of the port of
Philadelphia. By Radical collusion in tim Phila
delphia Postoflice the letter was delivered to a
subordinate in the Philadelphia, custom house,
named William F. Johnson. Thia tool of tho Rad
ical collector, with a lull knowledge.for whom the
letter aud commission woro intended, opeued the
letter and replied to it in a scurrilous communica
tion throng a Philadelphia paper. Ho hae sub
jected himself to, and wo hopo will sufi'er, a crimi
nal proseourion for oponiog and retaining s letter
whioh he knew to havo boen addressed to an ither
The npgrooa on Navy Hill, ainco the prohibi
tion of their, drills, have taken more violently tli.u
ever to singing, praying and shouting. Navy
Hill is yet tho great rendezvous. Tho wholo night
is spent in theBO carousals, and their nonsensioal
harangues are as much a disturbance of the pub
lio peacu as were their drillings, marchings, and
parades. Another genorarnrder is necessary to
fint a atop to this second nuisance, growing out of
ho first, which ha-j buen happily checked.-Rich
Lkd-httos -A correspondent of tho Fayottovjlle
\ Journal communicates to tho public tbat'au much
sublimate of mercury as two on cm of first-proof
alcohol will dissolve will destroy those pests to hu
man nature, bed-bugs, largo and little, if applied
to tuose places ?vli.-r? tno.v aro wont to (ako shel
ter. For tho credit as well as tho comfort of oar
own humanity, let it b? applied at onco. The pre
paration costs but a I rifle.
The Cleveland Ptaindtaier tells us that a proc
lamation from the Pi ?vident, announcing tho re
storation of Texas to tho Union, and declaring, in
unequivocal term-, (ho abolition of martial law in
?the South, may he looked for in a day or two.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in tho Post?nico at Charleston, for the
week ending AUOH8T 0, 18C6, and ordorcil to bo print
?d In The Haily News, agreeably to tho following sec
tion of tho now Post?nico Law, as tho nowapaper baring
he largest circulation In tho City of Charleston:
Hkotion .. And bo it further enacted, That Usta of let
ters romalning uncalled for in any Postot-celn any olty,
town or -llano, whore a nowspapcr shall bo printed,
snail boroafter bo published once only lu tho nowspapor
(vbloh, bftiug published weekly or oftenor, shaU havo tho
largest circulation within range of dellvory of tho Bald
_?- Persons oalling for Lottere Advortlsod, should
?Utotha they aro "Advertised."
__r Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. On Sun
lays- from 1 o'clock to _ o'olock, tv. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT. Acting Postmaster.
Aislen, Hugill P
Bt-nnott, Mrs U
Hi ii 'on. Mattie
' Beor, Carolino
Brown, Mian A
Bi own, Verginuin
Bt-nnott, Anua H
Bridle, Mrs 8
Burke, Ht Julian
Oia_oy, Mice M C
Coieman, Mary 1
Craig, Eliza O
Davis, Mr? H
Douoler, Mis. O
Edwards, Miss E
Evans, I uoy
Farmor, Mary A
Flink, MUs E J
Farv y, Mary Ann
Gaimard, Miss C
Ghrt-o, Miss M II
Graves, Miss A 0
Orant, Mrs 0
'Hiy, May A
Guerard Mrs E M
Green, Mrs 0
Halo, M?. 0 F
. -ujiiioiiil, Mary
Houdcrson, Mr? J
.ill. hully O
Ho.leos, li. Ibv
Holmes, Mrs T_o
Hughes. Mrs O _
Izara, Mrs H
J non, Any
Jones, Mary Ann
Junes, .arah F
Knell, Miss J
Ko -, Harah
Lan<>, lo a na
Lovlne, MIbsN L
Loe, Ml- s E
Mew, Mrs M C
M- ad, Maria
MltchcB, Miss M
Michel. V Ann
Mick, al, Celo A
?liddleton, Mrs *
Mason, Miss O
Mood, Mrs M T
Munin, Mrs Rob
Martin, ' Bachell
McCart y, Elise
lesboi, Mrs R H
Neuton, Mrs Jatis
Noland. Miss M
P.i-ivand, Celio M
f'opo, Carolin C
1-HUpR, Mrs L M
.Va'co, llattie A
faldursnu Ka o
Shea. Kill n
ountag, Mrs Otto
S lay, M'tida
tent, Susan M
Htrobhart, Mrs H
.warn, Mrs C A
iwinion, Mary C
-milli, Mrs A F
Small, Miss P
-lmox s, Miss C W
Thioling, Mrs F
Thuwor, Sarah A
Tmiod, Mra H
Taylor, Martha V
Wallaco, Anna L
Westervelt, Mrs E
Wi lHiiig, E M J
Wood, P.llon H
Wyld, Mrs E W
WUson, Miss Rho
Williams, Ann P
Williams, Karsli N
Andrews, J H
Bardin, J J
Barber. Wm G
Barnes. J B
Barnett, F A
Uennott, d P
Begier, Joseph F
He! ott, M
Botta, Revd Ohaa
Blackwell, Saml B
Brown, B F
Brooks, Levi A
Buchet k Son, J
Cain, Cap t Jno O
CaniJay, Henry B
0-amp-ey. E P
Clark, H B
O_u_io_, Jno O
Cohen, Aaron N
Connors, G W
Cole, J E
Ciaveu, Revd Dr
Banner, a B I
Dorkenwitz, G H
D. .glass & Co, B
DouglaoB. O M
Ewin, D W
Er.vin, Jas T
Farra. Thos W
Fi.zier, J S
Fr . t, Edmond
(lardner, 8 ?lomon
Gehrj, J H
Gram m or, Wm
Gurley, J A
Hausman. Oonrsd Sbonlll, James
daatodt, Herman |Naitle, Otto
Hawkins W G
'lawton, W F
Han a. L ?
Haskcll, J B
Hasoldon, Josh J
Harmon, W H
Hicks, H H
u.a. w u
Hudson, Wm F
Johnson, Dr Rieht)
Jones, Milton W
Kemme, li H
Klmmey, J B
Lester, Jno 0
Levy, Edwin L
Legare, J O W
Legare, Revd Ja
Letts, Jno 8
Lopez, S D Fran
Lynch, W H
Madry, G W
M .ynard, W R
Meyer, Jno F
Moore. Jas H
Montana, . M
M looy, Thos
Morgan, Bevd W
Uoinand, W H
Moultrie, Jaa Md
'.(Hier, J. este
Muller, H n, ri eli
-lolnuj-b, W M
MoMoTian, Dan! 1
M Kiiirte. A
Parker, Jno M
Pey ten, Edward
Pierce, A F
Pooaer, M H
Qninby, Geo W
Randal, James R
Itamsp-ck, T R
Roen, W G
Re I yea, Charles I
Riley. Ob aries
Roed, H O
Rogers, P D
Roland, F J
Reenkfu, Ulm ich
Byan, J B
smith. Uoo W
Sp elmon, Kiera n
Taylor, .ianda F
Thompson, W P
i rescott, Paull
Walk or. MarsbaU
WaKh, John F
Woeli. g. W R
W11 lama. J W
Wilson, St Julian
49T Persons depositing letters In the Post?nico will
ple&so to place the stamp near the upper right hand cor
ner of the envelope, and thoy will also ploa?o to romani
ber that without the stamp a letter cannot be mailed, but
moat bo sent to the Doid Letter Office.
How to Curb a Felon.-Ab we oftou boo friends
sufTor with thoso very troubleaomo things, we
Eulilisii tho following ouro for thom, which wo
ave hoard highly rcoommondod : Ae soon na tho
parta begin to swell, get tko tinuturo of lobelia,
and wran tho part aflooted with oloth oatnratou
thoroughly with tho tincturo, and the felon la
dead. An old physician says he baa known it to
cure io scores of casca, and it never fails if applied
Burne? to Death: on Hobs-baok.-A woman in
Ohio recoutly waa riiling on horseback, smoking a
Eipe. Borne of the ig i tod tobacco fell from it on
or drotiB, whioh immediately oanght Oro. Olio
endeavored to extinguish tho blaze, but her horso
boc.mo iiiimiiti-goatilo and whirled round rapidly,
and in a moment she waa "omoloport in flamea.
There was no esoape for her. Bho waa burned to
More tite? b'o?
. AT THE
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
TnE SlTRSCKini'.KS RESPECTFULLY
inform their friends and customers (hat
they have this day MARKED DOWN the
remainder of their SUMMER STuCK at
and below cost. We are also now re
ceiving a large assortment of -iOO OS
adap ed to Merchants' and Pla? ters'
trade, which has just been purchased
in ?Xew York, by o te of the fi ni, at the
lowest Cdsh prices, and will be sold at
COSHHTINO IN r-ABTOF:
1 case 10.4 UI.EACHKI) SHEETING at $1 per yard
1 caso 10 4 Bieachod Shooting. Soper
1 cafiu 6-4 anil 0-4 Pillow Cotton
1 cano 3-4 LoDKClotli, 10 and 20 conta
1 case 7-8 Lonitslotb, 20 and 24 cents by piece
1 case 4-4 LoDgolotb, S3 to 10 cent? by plooo
2 bales moro ol tboao super English Longcloths,
Irish Linena at all prices
7, 8 and 10-4 Bleached Tablo Damasks at low prices
Bird Eye and Riisula Diapers In rariety
Linen Sheetings, all widths
Pillow I lnont), all widths
Damas- Napkins and Doyllos In variety
Sapor 8, 10, 12 and 10-4 Dornask Olotks
10and 11-4 Marseilles Quilts, superior quality, at $8
3-4 BROWN SHEETING8, FINE AND HEAVY
7-8 Brown -brotlnRS, One and heavy
4-4 Brown Shootings, Ano and heavy
Golton Osnaburga, white and striped, very heavy
40 plocCB Bine Denim?, assorted
40 pieces Blue Plaid Chocks
40 pieces lim o -tripe?, heavy
40 pieces Bluo Plaids, heavy
60 pieces Twill -trlpea, heavy
100 pieces Prints at low price
Colored Handkerchief?- in variety.
A fall assortment of GOODS in oar line, all of which
will be sold at low prices by
?TOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET,
Old Stand W. G. BANCROFT & 00.
OPEN THIS HORNING
ONE CASE DsBEGE, AT THE LOW PRICE OP
Ono caae Wire Oraoh, 12t} cents.
~ STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
BLACK LACE SHAWLS
STOLL, WEBB & CO.
8UPER BLACK BAREGE8
SUPER i'LACK C H ALLIES
8UPEK BLACK GRENADINES
SUPER 8-4 BARI- GES and
. STOLL, WEBB & CO.
NO. 287 KING STREET.
LOT COLORED MUSLINS, AT 15 AND 20 OTS.
Lot Colored MuuHns, at 30 and 40 conte
Lot French Mualins, at 60 and 60 cent
Lot French Cunibrica, 85 to COcciita
Lut English Brill.antea, 25 dents
Lot English Grenadines, 30 cents
L^t Lisle Poplins, 40 conta.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
July l8 _?
PLAIN AND STRIPED SWISS MUSLINS
?Super Mull Muslins
Snpor Nainriook Muslins
Plaid Cambrics at all r-ricea
Bishop and Victor! i Lawns
Swiss and Cantbrio Edgings
Thread and Valoncionnes Edgings
L%ce and Muslin Collar
Linen beta at all p-ricos.
An assortment of all GOODS in our line, by
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREBT.
July 1 tron?*,?.**
_. ._. I? a? a? i. , \ .. ? _*t? u ?. - in Ai
r?Og^ American Ship PIUBIHENT Fli MORE, I)
/JfiHBjr Luco Mawtor. ir now loailliig at Nurili Atlanii?.
-_____=? Wiarf. ?uti havliiK a portion of her cargo eu
?agod, w11' meet with ?llapsu-h for tho above port.
For Frol"ht cuga"ciuout_. apply to
WILLIS - OHIHOLM,
Juno l8 ruwf l?orth Atlantic Wharf.
BEGULAR STEAMSHIP LINE
IO li NEW YORK,
CAPTAIN M. B. O ill-WELL,
WILL LEAVE ADQEB'S BOOTU WHARF ON SAT
URDAY, August 11, I860 at 6Si o'clock P. M. pre
cisely. BAVBN-L .- (JO., Agents.
Mew York and < hanesiou
PEOPLE _ STEAMSHIP i?OftlPAIVY.
FARE REDUCED TO $2._>.
Learing each Port ever* ?VIt?rnate Thursday,
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. BOUDLB,
Oapt. R. W. Looewood.
Oapt. 0. P. Maiihiim_n.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY IN DUO.
MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THB TRAVKLINl
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passer
gers, with tablos suppllod by every luxury the New Von
and Charleston markets can Attora ; and, for safety, speei
?n_ oomfort, are nnrlvalled on the coast.
EMILY B. SOUDER,
OAPT AIN R. W. LOCKWOOD,
rXTILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
TV THURSDAY. Au. us? 16. at - o'clock
Liberal advancos made on consignmonte to Now
For Frolght or Pasiago, apply at tho office of the
Agenta. WILLIS <_ 0HI8OLM,
North At lan tie Wharf.
Consignees in Now York-Mosers. LIVINGSTON, FOX
_ CO_August 10
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON
THE NEW A I
THEODORE D. WAGNER,
CAPTAIN ROUNBY BAXTER,
OF ABOUT 700 TON8 BURTHEN,
WILL AGAIN BE IN BERTH (SEC ' D TRIP) AT
CORNKY'8 WHARF, Boston, on Monday. August
13th Instant, ready to reeelvo freight, and will leave for
Charleston, 8. C, on Saturday, August 18th, at 3 o'clock
P.M., to he follow? d immediately by her consort of
same siz?*, and will meet with dlspatofa.
This Line 1b running regularly In connection with
the South Carolina and Georgia Railroads, by which
Freight will be forwarded iree of commission to Angosta,
Mac?n, Atlanta, West Point, Montgomery, Chattanooga,
Nashville, Memphis, -anton, Miss., Colombia, Wlnns
boro'. Chester. Charlotte, N. O.
Oanslgnees at Boston, Messrs. DANIEL LEWIS k CO.
For Frolght or Passage apply at the o Aloe of the
Agont. a J. SALINAS,
Auaust7 Noa.-1 and 33 Vendue Range.
PACIFIC MAIL ST. AM-LUP COMP?S!'.
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL,
Through in Twenty-two Days.
8T-A___-_- OH THB OONNK-TIMO OH THE P_0_fTt
At_a-ric, wrrrt 'run
NEW YORK..?GOLDEN CITY
O0BAN QUEEN.8AOF AMENTO
NORTH BEN LIGHT.GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA. Ac. ka.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND 8PLENDFX
8team.hipB will loare Pier No. 13 North River, foo'
of Canal-street, at 12 o'clook, noon, i the 1st, 11th anf
.1st of avery month (except whe_ ".hose dates fall oi
Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday), for A8PI
WALL, connecting via Panama Railway with one of th?
Compauv's Steamships from Pariama for 8AN FRAN.
CISCO, touching at ACAPULCO. ...
Departures of 1st and -1st connect at Pan a io a witt
ateamers for 80DTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Thoee of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO
A ?-Bocunt of ONE-QUARTER from steamors* rate?
allowed to second cabin and steerage passong? ra wltl
faiullles. Also, an alio-anco of ONE-QUARTER or
through rates to clergymen and their families, am!
school teachers; soldiers having honorable discharges
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to eaah adult
Bvffs.6-maate-B accompany baggage through and at
te.d to ladies and children without mala protectors
Baggage received on tho dook the day before sailing
from -ten-nboats, railroads, and paasengera who preta?
to Band dou-u early.
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicine and at
rondan co free.
For Pa?i-'>o Ticket?, or further information, apply al
tho Company'a Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT O?
CANAL-STREET, NORTH RIVEB, NEW YOBK.
July 3_"mo?._H K HOLMAN A"?i?.
.IIKAI? PASSAGE TO OH. -TRO]
BY SAILING SHIPS, BAILING EVERY WEBE.
Also, by the
SPLENDID HAIL STEAMERS,
flailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to Uti
from New York.
Great Roductlon In Far. to
CALIFORNIA AN? AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain ant
Ireland, at the very Lowest Ratee.
Passengers, ou arrival lo New York, wiR have that
baggage removed Freo, ?ad every care bestowed oi
For P-Msge, ka, apply to . M. M. QUINN,
?-?.. 637 Ena Srn__rr, o_-u_rr.ii, ".? o.
I ' February _7 lyr
? , : /
"OK EDibTu AND KO URVILLE.
e e I X> -E3 -A. , y ?
oapt. uBaa '.vii.t.-'.v,
WILL LEAVE 8('UTHF.R"N WIl^nF FOE NORTH
EDI-TO aud ltO.KVIL.Ll2. ou Saturday, at 6
o'clock A. H.
For Frolgbt or Pa?p??!o applv on lm?nl, or at the
offlco of MOTTE A. Pitt ?OLE. Agent,
August 10 a Houtlinrn Wharf.
JACHSUNVILLK. AND FK l?l> ANDINA, VIA.
THE SPLENDID ?STEAMSHIP
100(1 TONN BUltDFN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTER.
THIS .FINE SHIP IS Not' HKFITTIVO IN NEW*
YORK, and will renuiuo hor ri?Kular route to
FLORIDA upon tbo con-ploiion ol ti??r ti'iiT-.itlona
Mini will li uve Ni w Vi'i-li l.?r i.h ?I'li-Mtuii uu or about
the 22d Augu-*t.
PartlcR in Florlila, ilo'lring to roci-l o Frolaht direct
hy hor, will apply to Captain O XEITER, care of
MeossR Wit. T. PEAHK ? CO., Fu ton Iron Works.
Now York, or to tni- ofllco ol the Agen y. No. 17 VAN
DER?. ORST'S WHARF. J. x . AlK-N A CO.
August 9 thttu
CHARLESTON A M> SA V A !V \ AH KAIL
OFFICE ENOINFEB ?.ND 8rPEHINTENDENT, |
Cuaiileston, S. ?J.. July 30th, luir?. |
ON THDE8DAY, AUGUST 2, THIS ROAD WILL
bo open to 8alkehvohte Station.
The publicare notified that Patterson's Bridge, over
the SaHiL'hntcnl? River, has boon repaired.
H. H. HAINE9,
Jnly 31 ruths1' Engineer and Superintendent.
THE* SU. CA. RAILROAD COMPANY
H AVINO R".T'8TABLI8HKD ITb RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING OFFIOB, Me-chandl-ie and Pro
d ?co consign d to its Agent from tbo in rlor to North
era ports, m ?1 from Northern porta to tUo Interior, will
be carad for ann shipped to tho point of dcatlnatlon
without delay, aud freo of commission
Consignments to bo forwarded ti* aea must always bo
accompauiod by Bills of Lading mid Lottor of Advise,
with Instructions to insure ii desired.
E. N. FULLER,
R. & F. Agent.
ay- Tim Obarlotte Timos, Oheator Standard, and
Greenville Mountaineer, each copy one week and send
bills to tula office. June 30
li AHITAN AND DKL. A WARI- BAY KAU.
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO LONG BRANCH-THE
whole diBlauce by rall-no chamen of cars-no tra-?
eUlng hy 8' ago On an J after Friday, June 1st, 18(50,
tfxe trains on this Road will lo* vo the Depot of Camdon
and Atlantic. Railroad Company, at Cooper's. Point, Cam
den, as follows, viz.- 0.26 A. IS , Express Train for Long
Branch and Now York and Intermediate Stations; 3.30
A. M., Mall and Expresa for New Yo k.
Returning, Train? leavo Pier 83, foot of Duane-street,
North River, via Sleam boat Jesse Uo.vt ; at 11 A. hi.. Ex
proa? Train for Lona Brunah. Camden and lntormedlat?
Stations; and 4 P. M. for all Stations on the Road.
Faro to and from New York or Long Branch, $2.
Excursion Ticket? to Long Branch from Camden, S3,
June l8 3mo WM N OL'YTON, Bup't
w. s. o.
CLUB HOUSE GIN.
P?ftB, SOFF AND ?NEQ?TILLED.
Wm. S. CORWIN & CO.,
jNTo. 259 King-street,
SOLE IMPORTERS IN THE UNITED STATES
This Brand Established at Rotterdan.
Rolland, in I7S5,
THE EXTENT TO WHICH VARIOUS BRANDS OF
8PURIOU8 GISS aro sold In this country makes it the
bounden duty of tho public to INVESi IQATE THE
MERIT8 Of* THE STIMULANTS O'-'FERED FOR
HALE, and we bog leave to state that tho JLVB HOUSE
OIN ia the same as ORIGINALLY !'.; "KODUOEP Iota
this market under that name TWELVE YEARS SINCE
by the proprietors, BLANK EN ni'. Y M m CO.. ROTTER
DAM, Ht LLAND, whom wo bavo the honor to rept-e
sent; and wo aro fully prepared to supply the TRADE
on the most favored tarma with an artlclo without ita
equal in tbo markot, bolng the PURE ARTICLE In ita
Ouest DRINKABLE CONDITION AND FLAVOR, mich
as sold by the FIB8r-0LASS DEALERS in Holland,
England and all over the world.
No further proof lu wanted of ita SUPERIORITY than
to know that it,Is rccomniomlod for ita purley by
MEDICAL MEN OF THE HIGHEST STANDING, wbo
acknowledge that tbo CLUB HOUSE OIN possesiea
mora MEDICINAL PROPERTIED than any Oin placed
before the public; and, therefore, partlonlarly recom
mend it as an article that only requires to be known and
MBted to be appreciated.
Wm. 8. CORWIN & CO.,
NO. 259 KING-STREET.
Jnly as_mwf_OPPOSITE HA8EL.
TII-3 LAU-lIENoVa ..I.l_ ?HK,llALM?
PUBLISHED AT LAUREN* COURT HOUSE, 8.0.
BY -RhWS k SIMPSON.
H. _. af'OOW-at AMD W. B. BAL-, EDITO-I.
ya 8 AN ADVERTIHINO MEDin Ji i___\ HERALD
/__ offors rare in?*uoomenta. having a circulation of
neara THOnSAND W7 II*'lilli ?um (and the hat dally
lncr<*Mlng) amo-? a people ut wealth and oaergy.
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