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BAL? &OkJu, TW ititi. Li ?i '...i.
MOHSSKS, TOBIOCO AK D HO A) "\
lOO ROPE * INOf? Kt?NTlI0KyU!S11' ,.. ?
100 whole uud half coils ?? and >? inch Ma* ? 3'
5 bales tear KeutucKy 1 wine ^""?V?V
150 begs Nail?, assorted siz.-s v ? ; s-..wJ.?;; .
100 hhda. and bbls. low pried Molasses . ".'-.'>. '
75 boxes Tobacco, different qualities tt.y'7*'- >-:,;:??
50 boxee Jackson's Eitra Soap. .'. ^
Received on consignuient and for pale a'-* ': - ?
by j. N. *6iS&i*?-- ;
Angnst 21_tuths3 No. 62 EaBtUtfyV
EXTRA FAMILY GEORGIA
AND TKNN^SSKE FLOVE.
ff rv BAOS EXCELSIOR MILLS FAMILY FLOUR
OU 200 bbls. half and quarter bags Extra New Geor?
100 bbls. Extra Baker's Flour, fresh ground
100 bbls. Extra Superfino Baker's Flour
100 bbls. 1 JW price.i Flour, for plant ?Hon nee.
Received on consignment aud lor sale at market raies
by J. N. ROBSON?
August 21 tuths3_No. 6i^j^L
AUGUSTA arr MILLSFLO CIR.
? AA BAGS SUPER AND EXTRA FLOUR, OF
JLv'v-^ the above brand. _ "",",- ,,"
'?? received on
August 21_tilths __No. 116 East Bay.
FLOUR CORN BACON STRIPS,
' Ac, ?fcc.
OA A BRI 9 LOW PRICED EXTRA BAKERS'
150 bbl? low orlced Stupor Fluir
100 bois. Ftno and Middling Flour
60 bbls. choice Haltimore Family Flour
ion bb.'8 Rye Flour
3000 bushels prime Whi'o Coru
lu tus. cuoiCH Bacon Strips
40 kegs choice Lard.
For sale Dy STENH >U*E & CO.,
August 21_ho. 110 l ast Hay.
PRIME WHITE CORN" AFLOAT.
O'? AA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE 0 )RN, IN
a?\j\J- task*, lauding from steamer Adele, ou
Brown's Wharf, for sale by -,".""
.INTO. CAMP-SEN & CO.,
No. 14 Market, opposite Stato street.
PRIM S WHITK OORN, ?5 BULK,
(.(JA, \ BUSHELS PHI ME VWIf ' CORN, IN
OOKJU bulk. car--, ofceh.-oner . -tte, lauding
on Brown's Wharf. For tale by
j NO. cviirs. N k co.,
August 2n ?'. N->. ll Market, opp..?ito State st.
X AAA 13t*SUELS PRIME WESTE UN MIXED
OU" "U CORN. For aale low by
August vii 3 T. J. KERR .t CO.
PRIME D^aiTi: BALTIMORE
4:400 BL0SI?/LS 1>i?IMB WUIT? UALT.IMOR!
Lauding taom steamer Adele. For salo by
August 20 2 MORDECAI & CO.
HAY ! HAY! HAY!
7?f\f \ BALES PRIME EASTERN HAY FOR SA LE
u\J\J low, i-.i lets to suit purchasers, by
TROUT k AMSBURY,
August 20 2 Nos. 4, 0 and 8 Ma koi-stroe!
HAY, CORN, OATS AND BEAN.
A f\( \ BALES OF ?'RIME MAY
HtXjyJ lt 00 bushels White Com
600 bushels Western Yellov Corn
1000 bushels Oats
400 .'ms dels Brau
For salolow by . WM. MORAN,
Corner 'ohn and Eli?', ibeth B'rents,
Near tho N. E. R. R. Depot.
August 18 stuth3*
FLOUR AND SYRUP.
*)C\f\ BIH,s. FLOUR.
?\J\J 75 bbls. Syrup
JuBt received, and for sa'.o by
RAVENEL t- CO.,
Gruner Fast Bay and Vaudcrhorsl's Wharf.
August 20 '_3_
""?OCTBOXES"" ARM Y ^RE AD
FOR SALE BY
L. F. KOESTER,
No. 94 East Bay, corner Brown's Wharf.
N. B.- Parties wishing to purchase had botter buy
inmediately, as this is the last lot to be offered in this
market 3 August 18
Rosendale Cement to Arrive!
100 BBLS ROSENDALE CEMENT I
HAVING RECEIVED THE AGENCY OF THE
LA?RENSVILLE CEMENT COMPANY, I will
take orders for the above lu lots not less than 100 bar?
rels, at low rates.
Apply to WILLIAM ROACH,
Corner East Bay and Adgtr's South Wharf.
FOR SALE AT ALL PROMINENT GROCERS, WINE ?
MERCHANTS, AND DRUGGISTS, and Wholesale ?
L. FUNK; Jr., Sole Agent,
No 66 Liberty Street, N. Y,
August 21_ 3moa
RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES TO HIS FRIENDS
aud thepu'ihc generally tuat ho has opened a
FLOUR. GRAIN. n\Y AND FERD STORE ot No 210
EAST BAY. opposite tho N*w Custom House. Ho so?
licits a sn tro of tho public patronado. II' will keep a
supply constantly on baud of tho following articles,
which lv> will disposo ol' at the lowest market rates:
FLOUI?, CORN, OATS, HAY, BRAN AND SHORTS.
August 17 113
No. 193 E^LST BAY.
J. S. SCHIRMER,
WrHOL7I8ALE DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMES?
TIC RICE. An assortment of all grades con?
tently on hand. 3inoa June 2)1
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY,
Drawn Daily at Covington, Ky.
MURRAY, EDDY & GO,, MANAGERS,
Tickets from Si to $30.
CIRCULARS SENT FREE OF CHARGE. ORDERS
for TICKETS iu the above LOTTERY promptly at
tended to. Drawings mailed as soon .s the Lottory is
drawn. Havana Plan Lottery-30,000 Tickets; 695
Prizes. Capital Prize, $100,000. Draws the 15th and
31st of oath mouth. Address
H. T. PETERS,
United 8tates Licensed Agent,
No. 00 Hasol street, or Key Box 52, Postofflce.
July 20 anio
CARPENTERS, JOINERS, PATTERN AKJJ
MOD KL DI A Ii Kit ?.
GEERING VALVES AND ALL KINDS OF PAT
TERN8 lor machinery executod with dispatch
ratings for stores and offices SHIPPED TO ANV PART O? I
GUNS! GU IS? S I CJ-TINTS i
IMPROVED ROLLER SEA ISLANVoOmKS GIN-?
constantly on hand. Address ab orders to
ANDERSON & SOHliKMERIION,
Rear No. 47 Aun-btroet, New York.
Jnpe 18_m wi 3mo I
GLORIOUS NEWS KO ll THE Wolli ?
The most iutonsoly iuteresting work ever publishod
CHEMISTRY VICTORIOUS OVER CHOLERA.
By a New York Physician.
This book explains every feature of tho disease on sci
entiflc principles, and will absorb the Attention of tb-n
ands of physicians, and millions of people, for, h
xplainiug the disease, it furn! mos \preventive to even
person predisposed, aud t.e moans of cure lorUioif
narin;,' an a'.tack.
The trad.: supplied by tho American Nows Company
Nos. HU and LJI Nasaau-atroei, Now York. Retail; 2(
WA??L -i?'Voit JtlAJ?o. ?iUUid,
// l?HOI'LOKI?, AVD STitlP?.
l*_TOS. "WASHINGTON" HAMS
10 hhiis. l'leir Rihhod elides
.?0i ? bb B. Bacon Mrips
fe-'ilO lihd*. Primo MiotiHerfl
fi- hf) bhda. sec-nd quality Shoulders.
.V V'-iBt received not steamers. ?nu t?rsalo by
,v r lBtreceivBapor BIO h&VRKY & ALKXANDEB,
#'^gUBt 2' _J._No. 137 East Bay.
: BACON f BACON.
\ f\ HHD8. OffOlOti BACON SIDES
lil 10 illida. No. 2 Bacon Shoulders.
Landing per steamer Adele, and for sale hy
JAMe.8 CANTWELL ft GO..
Augu?t21_1_No. 1U East Bay.
CHOICE SIDES AND SHOUL
DE tiS, TO ARRIVE.
t* HHD3. OHOIOE ?IDE8
) 6 hbds. choice Shoulders.
ALMO, FOR BALE LOW,
100 barreis SUPER AND PINE FLOUR.
August 21 1 WILLIAM ROACH.
SIDES AND SHOULDERS.
I K UHUS CHOME SHOULDERS.
\_0 Kl hilda. Chutee ?idos.
150 BBLS. SUPBUFINt? FLOUR.
Landing aud for saiu by HENRY COBIA ft CO.
August '21 3
i)f\ UI?OS. CLEAR ItlliUKi) BIDES.
?\J 20 tih?ls Primo Slum dois
10 L R Palmor'!! Celebrated Hams.
Kl tes Wliite k Co.'sHims.
For Mil.? low by BURNARD O'NEILL.
A??UH^20 No. 189 KastKay.
SUGAR COFFEE, Wi C.
(AA KA UIMSMUSCUVADOSUGAU
L VJ I / 2?5 Inn;* Bin Coffee
.'t'10 kegs Cut Nails
IOU C' ils Komp Rope
7U . oxos Chowing Tobacco
100 ciiBOH Champagne a. d (Claret Wini a
GO casks Made-ra, Port and Sh. rry Winos
10 ciKks O (mn ! Brandy
50 barrolH l inn and Common Whiskeys
25 casks Scotch Alo and London Porter
Casks ot Holland Oin and WOST India Rum.
For salo by CLAC1U.S ft WlTTE,
No 80 East Bay, opposito tho Union Hank.
August10 Mixtum t
TOB ACCO ON CONS ON MENT.
B< XK8 OF THE FINEST BRANDS OF TO
400 caddies of new Mamiracturod Tobacco, 1800, o ach
wolghiuu 2't Iiis., very swout, tax pifd
20 boxes ot low-piieu Tobacco, 20, 30 and 35 cent J pur
20 casos of Smoking Tobacco, mamifa.-hi'v I fruin pure
Virginia Loaf, |>ut up In quarter pound papers,
brand "iluerilla Chili"
fi casos of Kroll li Snuff, in 2 ounco pipers.
For salo by V. UAOKUii,
No. 13(i Meolihg-stroot, opposite Pavilion Hotel.
August 21 ' _2_
4)7r BOX?8 Vii.(I ?NI \ MANUFACTURED TO
BACCO, of all grados.
Just recoiwd, aud for salo low, by
JAMES W. BROWN .lt CO.,
August 21 tuttis:! No 1 111 East Bay.
CHOICE HAVANA SEGARS.
FOR SALE RY
It ISLEY k CREIGHTON.
27 BOXES WHITE HAVANA SUGARS
?y fi bluls. Superior Grocery Sugars.
For salo low to CIOBO consignment.
RISLEY A- CREIGHTON,
No. Hf East Bay, corner Accommadation Wharf.
GENUINE DURHAM SMOKING
THE UNDERSIGNED 18 THE SOLE PROPRIETOR
of the above uarao.1 article, hoing tho successor pf
tho original manufacturer.
Having obtatuod letters patent for said articlo, he
hereby warns all persons against manufacturing or at?
tempting to mauufacturo said articlo.
All venders of tho "GENUINE DURHAM SMOKING
TOBACCO" must obtain it from me directly, or from
my authorized agent?.
The following are my Bolo authorized agents at
present. Others will be added.
Wa'ker, Farrar ft Co., Newborn; Northrop ft Gum?
ming*, Wilmington; H. D. TeeL Tarboro; Ashton ft
Emerson, Portsmouth, Va.; Adolph Berry, No. 172
West I'ratt-streot, Baltimore; March, Prico ft Co,, No.
91 Water-street, New York; W. O. Bennett ft Co.,
Charleston, 8. C. J. R. GREEN.
Dui barns, Orange County, N. 0., Juno 15.
COTTON GI NS.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COMPLETED THEIR
arrangements once moro for the manufacture ol
the best COTTON GIN8 over made in this country, are
now prepared to receive orders from Plauters and
others wishing to purchase.
The long established and woll-known reputation of
ELLIOTT'S COTTON GINS, will, wo hope, be a suffi
clout guarantee that the article will give entire satisfac?
tion. J. M. ELLIOTT ft OO.,
May 14 WtnnBboro. S. 0.
A FRESH STOCK
No. 394 Kin?-St.
THE SUBSCRIBER, AGENT
for Manufacturers * of, and
Wholesale and Retail Deal?
ers in, Ladies', Gent's, Misses',
Youth's and Children's Fine and
Medium Sewed and Pegged
BOOTS AND SHOES, has taken
Store No. 394 KING STREET,
where he will keep a large as?
sortment of Goods, which will
be sold at the lowest possible
Our PINE GOODS we warrant
in every particular, equal to
custom-made goods, at about
half the cost.
Buy, of the Manufacturers, and
save ONE PROFIT.
No. 394 KING ST.
August 1 Imo
l\ i ,\ I M ii l.Ultli lil \ k.'-'lili, A
' VES.sEL to load Lumber tor Now York, eighty
> thousand foot capacity. Apply to
A. GETTY k CO.,
No. 128 Mec-tint?-itreot,
July 12 tbfit? And North Atlantic Wharf.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FB IDA Y-B ETURN INO
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
FOIl NORTH EDISTO AND ROCKVILLE,
AND INTERMED?ATE LANDINGS.
CAPTAIN CHARLES WILLEY,
WILL LEAVE SOU i HERN WHARF FOR NORTH
EDISTO AND ROCKVILLE T?E8UAY, 21st, at
Freight received daily ai dstorod without extra charge.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
MOTTE A. PRINGLE, Agent,
August 20 8 Uth?rn Wharf.
FOR NORTH AND SOUTH I;DISTO,
R- CK VILLIS AMD THE INTERMEDI?
THE NEW IRON STEAMER
Z - 33 . V KT G E 3
CAPTAIN OTARLES MoGAREY,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
TUrMUY MORNING next, tho 21st inst., at ll
This Steamer ha" elegant stateroom nccrmniodatlcna.
Freight received daily and stored without chnrgo.
For engagements of Freig>t or Pussau'p, n pp v to
JAMES BROWNE, Agent.
Ancos! 17 No. ll Hxchui'ge street.
FOR HILTON HEAD
AND II EAU FORT.
FA NN" IE3
CAPT. w. T. MCNELTY,
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE FROM iCCOMMODATION
Wharl, at 8 o'clock on Tuesday Morning, 21st
Returning will Lave Beaufort 6 o'clock on Wednesday
For Freight or Passage, apply tn
FERGUSON k HOLMES, Agent?,
August 20 Accommodation Wharf.
JACKSONVILLE AND EE UN ANDINA, VIA
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS ?M. COXETTER.
THIS FINE SHIP 18 NOW REFITTING IN NEW
YORK, and will resmmo hor regular route to
FLORIDA upon tho completion of her alterations
8ho will leave Nt w York for Charleston on or about
tho 22d August.
Partita in Florida, dof iring to rcceivo Frolcht direct
by her, will apply to Captain COXETTER, care of
MesBBs. WM. T. PEASE & CO., Fulton Iron Works,
New York, or to the office of the Agency, No. 17 VAN
DERbOBST'S WHARF. J. V. AIKEN & CO.
August!) _ _ thstu
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON
THE NEW A I
THEODORE D. WAGNER,
CAPTAIN RODNEY BAXTER,
OF ABOUT 700 TONS BURTHEN,
WILL AGAIN BE IN BERTH ?SEC' N D TRIP) AT
CORNEY'S WHARE, Boston, on Monday, August
lMtli instant, ready to receive freight, and will leave lor
Charleston, S. C., on Saturday, August 18th, at ?I o'clock
P.M., to ho followed immediately by her consort ol
samo si;; ?, and will moot with dispatch.
This Lino ia running regularly iu connection with
tho South Carolina aud Ooorgia Railroads, by which
Freight will bo forwarded freo ol commission to AugUBta,
Macon, Atlanta, West Point, Montgomery, Chat:anoogu,
Nashville, Memphis, canton, M?ES., Columbia, Winns
boro', Cheator, Charlotte, N. C.
Cons?gneos at Boston, Messrs. DANIEL LEWIS & CO.
For Freight or Passago apply at tho office of tho
Agont. A. J. SALINAS,
August 7 Nos. 21 and 23 Vendue Range.
PASSAGE REDUCED !
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR FRO Si
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK.
Also, by the
SPLENDID HALL STEAMERS,
SaUing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to anf
from New York.
Great Reduction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Groat Britain an<
Ireland, at the vory Lowest Rates.
Passengers, on arrival in Now York, will have theii
baggage removed Free, and overy care bestowed ot
For Passage, Ac, apply to M. M. QUINN,
?u 627 KINO STREET, CHARLESTON, H. O.
February 27 ]yr
LUMBER! LUMBER! LUMBER!
KAFT LUMBER OF ALL SIZES, FOR SALE LOW
by Ibo Rsft or tetuil, at wost end Broad-stroet.
CONNECTING WITH STEAMERS POU
PHILADELPHIA AND LIVERPOOL.
THE 'MEUCHA?;TS' LINE
W. gH. HALL, OOMMANDEB,
WILL LEAVE BROWN & CO.'S SOUTH WHARF
ou Tuesday, the 21st inst., at 2y2 o'clock P. M.
Bills of Lading will be given for Cotton or Naval
Storoa thr. ugh to Liverpool bj Steamship at reasonable
Freight roceived for Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passape, apply to
ST KELT BROTHERS & CO.,
August 13 3 No_7t East Bay.
New York ami Marlestou
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP C?MPMV.
FARE REDUCED TO $-25.
".earilier euch PortcVery Alternate TJinrs?ay.
STEAM 3 HIP EMILY Ti. SOUDER,
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD.
CAPT. 0. P. MABSHMAN.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDU0.?.
MENT TO 8UI?PERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passen
gers, with tables supplied by every luxury tba New Yorl
and Charleston markets can afford; and, for safety, spear
snd oomfort, are unrivalled on tho coast.
MOW E IK J\. y
CAPTAIN C. P. MA RSUM AN,
[T7ILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
VV THURSDAY, Annus* 23, at - ? o'clock.
Liberal advance-; mad? on con si gu in eu ts to Now
For Freight or Pas iago, npplv at tho office of the
Agents. WILLIS A 0H1SOLM,
North Atlautic Wharf.
Consignees in New York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOY
& CO. August 17
REGULAR STEAMSHIP LINE
F O ll N E W V ORK.
CAPTAIN M, B. OROWELL,
WILL LEAVE ADGER'8 SOUTH WHARF ON SAT
URDAY, August 25, I860.
August 20_RAVENEL & CO., Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
CARRYING THE U. S, MAIL.
Through in Twenty-two Days.
STEAMSHIPS ON THE CONHEOTINO ON THE PAOWH
ATLANTIC, WITH THE
NEW YORK.GOLDEN CITY
NORTHERN LIGHT.GOLDEN AGE
0O8TARI0A.MONTANA, &o., &0.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDII
Steamships will leave Pier No. 42 North River, foot
of Canal-stroot, at 12 o'clock, noon, i the 1st, 11th and
21st of overy month (except who.i .hose dates fall OE
Sunday, and then on tho preceding Saturday), for A8PI>>
WALL, connecting via Panama Raliway with ono of tin
Company'u Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN'
CISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
Departures of 1st and 21st connect at Panama witt
Bteamere for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMERI
CAN PORTS. Those of tho 1st touch at MANZANILLO
AdlBCOiiutof ONE-QUARTER from steamers' ratet
allowed to socond cabin and stnerago passengi rs wit!
families. Also, an allowanco of ONE-QWARTER OB
through ralos to clergymen and thoir families, and
school teachers; soldiers having honorablo discharges
One hundred pounds baggago allowed to each adult
Baggage-masters accompany baggago through and at
tend to ladles and childron without male protectors
Baggago received on tho dock tho day before sailing
from steamboats, railroads, aud passengers who preta'
to send down oarly.
An exporionced Surgeon on board. Medicine and at
For Passage Tlckots, or furthor Information, apply ai
tho Company's Ticket Office, on tho Wharf, FOOT OF
CANAL-STREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW YORK.
July 3 iaiop S K HOLMAN A"en'.
THE SO. CA. RAILROAD COMPANY
HAVING REESTABLISHED IT8 RECEIVING AND
FORWARDING OFFICE, Merchandise and Pro?
duce consign (1 to its Agont from tho interior to North?
ern ports, and from Northorn port? to tho Interior, will
be cared lor and shipped to tho point of destination
without delay a'd freo of commission.
Consignments to bo forwarded by sea must always bt
accompanied by Bills of Lading and Letter of Advice,
with instructions to insure if desired.
E. N. FULLER,
R. & F. Agent.
?3-The Charlotte Timos, Chestor Staudard, and
Greenville Mountaineer, each copy ono week and send
bills to tilia ofllco. Juno 25
RARITAN AND DELAWARE BAY RAIL?
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO LONG BRANCH-THE
wholo distance by rall-no chango of cara-no trav
oiling by S'ago On an .1 after friday, Juno 1st, 1806,
tht- traiiiB on this Road will lo' vo tho Depot of Camden
and Atlantic Railroad Company, atCoopor'e Point, Cam?
den, as follows, viz: 9.20 A. M , Express Train for Long
Branch and New York and Intermediate Stations; 3.30
A, M., Mail and Express for New Yo lt,
Returning, Triiu* leave Pier 32, foot of Duane-stroet,
North River, vin SteamboatJes.se Hoyt; at li A. M., Ex?
press Train lor j.ong Branch, Camdon and intermediate
Stations; an ' -I P. M. for all Stations on the Road,
Faro to and from New York or Long Branch, $2.
Excurmon Tlckots to Loin,' Brauch from Camden, $3,
Juue 18 3mo WM, N. CLAYTON, Sup't.
THE PUBLISHERS 6F
TUB CHARLESTON D ULY NEWS
Beg respectfully to rotura their thanks to tb?
public for ita liberal support to their Journal, and
promise that in tba future, as in the past, it sha!
be their aim to make
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Wt havo thought of doing this for some time, bat
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oommoncemeut of next season.
On to -rat t September we wi? commence to
publish a country edition of Tm; NEWS, and t
shall be our aim to make the papor the beet ever
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