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Tiie itally JSfews.
TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1866.
Firm ?n's Report to the Publisher of the
New "fc ork I'ribnne on the Merits of Dr.
J. P. Boynton's Gas Light Multiplier.
No. 1147 BROADWAY A NOS. 64 A 68 MAIDEN LANE, 1
.Tune 1st,'1866. j
To Samuel Sinclair, Esq., Publisher of the New York |
DEAR SIB: In accordance with your request, I have
confidentially made such inquiries and investigations
as I have deemed necessary to demonstrate to my own
satisfaction the oharaoter and value of the new dis?
coveries and invention of Dr. J. F. BOYKTON, and to
enable me to state the grounds for expecting success
in bringing these discoveries and invention toto general
I made myself acquainted with 'he statements put ?
forth by the representative of Dr. BOYNTON which you
handed me, and the leoorts from reliable scientific
authorities, in relation to hi?Gas Multiplier discoveries
and invention. I also made myself familiar with the
very effl ient illustrative and testing apparatus for the
practical comparison of the relative power of illumina?
tion of the oity gas as usually burned, and the same j
gas when passed through' BOYNTON'S Multiplier, to j
which you called my attention.
From this point I at once sought the proof in the
nsnal manner-by practical observations with the test
metre and photom?tre. I noticed what appeared to me
to oe ^contradictions In statement and results, varying,
m my of them, from my experience and contradictory
to each other. These aberrations, however, were only
apparent; for, upon examination, I found they arose
from omissions in the reports of the different observers
in regard to chances of pressure, burners, kc, at which
and through which the gas was consumed. The emo?
tion which every one mast experience upon first seeing
the light as produced by the "Multiplier," is one of
mingled surprise and admiration for its clear, mild, yet
still and brilliant qualities, tho flame being much [
steadier without a chimney-burning in the open air
than - the Aime of tho common gas with a chimney, a I
most valuable property, which perfectly mc?:? a very
grave objection and remedies a very serious defect in
the light from ordiuary illuminating gas, and one which
Is the chief ciuso ot its Injurious effects upon tho eye- ,
sight Notwithstanding the new light is much more
brilliant, it is milder, mere grateful and very much
less oppressive to the eye than the light of the common
I made the following experiment with an accurate
test metre: With the pressure gauge atone inoh,the
oity gas was consumed through a common 2>i feet
Scotch Tip without the Multiplier, and the quantity of |
light was only equal to the light produced by the Mul?
tiplier with the consumption of 6-10 of a foot of gas.
Hie quantity consumed of the oity gas without the
Multiplier waa 25-10 of a foot, showing a clear saving of
a fraction of over 75 per cent, in gas in favor of the |
Multiplier. The nexc experiment was made with a 1%
foot burner-a Scotch Tip. ; With this, under a 1 inch
pressure, without the Multiplier, 12-10 of a foot of gas
were consumed; with the Multiplier attached the con?
sumption was only 2-10 of a foot, producing the same
quantity pf light.
These experiments were repeated to the point of en?
tire and absolute demonstration, and proved beyond all ?
doubt the extraordinary economy of the Multiplier, and
its surprising power and capaoity for increasing the illu?
minating properties nf city gas, as well as its remarka?
ble steadying influence upon the light.
In addition to those experiments, I did uot deem it nec?
essary to pursue any very lengthened series of tests on
my own account, as experts of undoubted character and
ability had already reoorded tyir experience in every
variety of form, and in a manner which fully confirmed
the correctness of my own tests. Fearing that I
might, by recording these remarkable facts, lead you
and other friends Into error, I concluded to extend my
observations and teats to the material contained in the
"Multiplier," and whioh, through it, Imparts to the
ordinary oity gas the greatly increased power of illumi?
nation lndioated in the foregoing experiments. I de?
cided to conclusively determine its nature and quali?
ties, with reference to its gaiety as regards accidents by j
careless usage, etc To do thia, Iprooured a vessel con?
taining a portion of it, and submitted it to every re?
quired teat, until I became satisfied that there was no J
more danger In it than In oomoion alcohol. Ita re?
markable property of increasing the brilliancy of flame
la calculated to excite fears lest lt should prove (like
naphtha and other carbonisera which have been brought
into UBO from time to time only to be abac doned) tobe
explosive and dangerous to handle. This I found was
sot the case with regard to this new material, which is
called by ita discoverer (Dr. BOYNTON) "Oarboline." I
therefore unqualifiedly pronounce it neither dangerous
nor offen(ivo, so far as its practical uses are concerned.
Some eoores of attempts have been made during the i
last few years to produce similar results to those I have |
just desoribed, by carbonising coal gas, all of whioh
bave practically failed. I have examined the effects of |
many of the new contrivances, whioh have appeared to
produce similar resulta as regards brilliancy, steadiness
Of flame, economy, etc. Soma have had ona defeot, and
some another. Most of them have had the unfortunate
tendenoy to olog or stop up tne tubes after being used a
short time; and, with all, some material defeot, upon a
close inspection, ia invariably found. With BOYNTON'S
Oarboline, however, judging by the condition of the
burners after long-continued use, and from the state?
ments of those who have used the "Multiplier" for two
or three years, and tested the Oarboline in every way,
there need be no fears ot tho want of success irom thia
cause. In conclusion, I desire to remark that I hail
this improvement as one of the greatest practical ?
achievements of the age-not second even to the dis?
covery of illuminating gas itself; because, by Dr. BOYN?
TON'S discoveries and invention, light and heat, in their j
most beneficial, inexpensive, and convenient forms, are
brought within the reach of all.- I have thus far Bald
nothing about the advantages whioh this new discovery
affords for heating purposes. It will be found to be as
useful in this direction as it is for lighting. Rooms can
be warmed, food oan be cooked to perfection by it.
Every variety of heating furnaces, even to the smelting
of metals, and for glass manufacturing, and for innu?
merable practical uses, oas bo heated very cheaply by it.
Very respectfully yours,
METROPOLITAN GAS WORKS, ENGINEER'S OFFICE, 1
NEW YORK, July 17,1805. J
To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I cerlify that on the I7th of July, 1865, 1 made the fol?
lowing tests of Dr. BOYNTON'S new improvement for in?
creasing the illuminating power of coal-gas manufaotur
ed by all companies of the United States, and applicable
to public lampe, factories, dwellings, etc. These tests
were made with the following results:
""'ll Mudies.rrc88uro'10-10 or 1 ln- City gas showed,
Burned 4 yx feet. Pressure 10-10 or 1 in. Dr. Boynton's
... showed, 25 canules. '
j TEST SECOND.
B^owU?4c^re88Ur?' ?K lenth8- 0i'7 ??
... TEST THIRD.
Burned 1 910 feet. Pressure, ll tenths mtv Tn
showed y, candle. ' wty gaB
Burt ed 18-10 feet. Pressure, ll tenths. Br. Bovntnn'?
showed., 9 canales. boynton s
, . TEST FOURTH.
Burned 1810 feet. Pressure, 8 tenths. City gas show
ed, >t candle.
Burned i 7&-10 ?eft. Pressure, 8 tenthB. Dr. Boyn.
ton's showed, 5}?,candies.
Tested by an improved Photometer, and the burners ?
in each test w^era, the same for the city gas and for Dr.
AMBROSE J. WHITE.
August 28 1 Engineer Metropolitan Gas Works.
DAVIS' PREMIUM HAMS ANU
lib; AF Li A KD?
RECEIVED PER STEAMER VIA BALTIMORE.
(? TIERCES DAVIS' DIAMOND BRAND SUGAR
I CURED HAM?, small average
5 tierces Lavis' Pure Cincinnati Leaf Lard.
For sale by GRUBER & MARTIN,
At the Old Stand of N M. Porter & Co.
FEESH BISCUITS ,
I S\ BBL8. BOSTON, WATER, BUTTER AND MILK
2 cases tins Af sorted Boston Crackers
8 bbls. Trenton, Wine, Fancy, and Butter Crackers
20 boxes assorted Crackers, viz: Walnut, Egg heed,
Cup, Ginger, Oyster, Milk, Soda, Lemon, and
For sale by GRUBER & MARTIN,
No. 236 Ning street,
August 28 1 Old Stand of N M. Porter St Co.
HAMS, STRIPS, SHOULDERS &
8TOS. EXTRA SUGAR-CURED HAMS, "WA8H
10 tes. Extra 8ugar-Oured New York 8trlps
15 buds Prime Shoulders
18 hhds. Second Qu ility Shoulders
6 hhos. Choice C ear Sides
11 hhds. ' hoioe Clear Kib Sides
21 hhds Prime Rib 81des.
Landing per steamers, and for sale reasonable, by
LAUREY & Al EXENDER.
August 28 2_No. 137 East Bay.
BAHOtf, CORN, &c.
I r\ HHDS. PRIME BA^ON 8HOULDERS
l\J 5 hhds Plantation Bacon Shoulders
5 hhds. Choice Bacon Sides
10 Arkins Choice Burrer
600 bushels White Provision Corn,
In store and landing per steamers Lulu and Flam*
beau. For cale by JAMES CANTWELL St CO ,
No. li? East Bay, corner Fraser's Wharf.
August 28_ 1
.ye HHDS. h Tia TLY CHOICE tiuEs
?*J 30hhrie. Stiictly Choice Shoulders.
Direct from Cincinnati, and for sale hy
August 28 3 HENRY CO BIA ft CO.
BACON SIDES & SHOULDERS
1 f\ HHDS. PRIME BACON HIDES AND SHOULD
Landlug from steamer John Git son, and for sa'o by
P. P. T.oOKE,
August 28_tuthsg_Kei r'B Wh .rf.
BACON SHOULDERS & LARD.
Q/ \ HHDS. STRICTLY OHOIOE BACON SHOULD
170 packages Choleo Leaf Lard.
For sale low by ' T. M. CATER,
August 27_2_Brown's Wharf, j
I OAA BUSHELS Pi 1MB WHITE MARYLAND
I^UU CORN. For sam by
T. TUPPER ft 80N8,
August 28 3 Brown's Wharf
?lf\? \f\ BUSHELS CORN FOR SALE BY
? \J U Vj EAVENEL ft CO.
August 28 ; 2'
CORN ! CORN ! CORN !
OAAfi BUSHELS YELLOW COEN, IN SACKS.
U VV\J For salo low, to close ?ot, by
FERGUSON St BARKER,
August 28_tnthsS_Brown's Wharf.
2000 B?S? ELS PBIME WHlTB MARYLAND |
1S0O bushels prime Yellow Maryland Corn.
Now landing per steamer Lulu from Ballimore.
For salo by ISAAC E HERTZ & CO.,
No. 201 East Bay,
August 28 3 Corner of Cumberland-street .
CORN ! ' CORN ! CORN!
4500 Bbu?kHELS pjeumb mixed oobn' js
I 0000 bushels Prime Mixed Corn, in saok*.
Kow ls your chance to g"t your empty woks filled at a
bargain. For sale low while landing, by
August 27_C. M. AVERILL St SON.
GENUINE DURHAM SMOKING
THE UNDERSIGNED 18 l HE SOLE PROPRIETOR
of the above named ariiole, being the successor of
the original manufacturer. .
Having obtained letters patent for said article, he
hereby warns all persons against manufacturing or at?
tempting to manufacture said artiole.
All venders of the "GENUINE DURHAM SMOKING
TOBACCO" must obtain it from me direotly, or from
mv authorized agents.
The fellowing are my sole authorized agents at
present. Others will be added.
Walker, Farrar ic Co., Newbera; Northrop St Cum?
mings, Wilmington; H. D. Teel, Tarboro; Ashton St
Emerson, Portsmouth, Va.; Adolph Berry, No. 172
West Pratt-etreet, Baltimore; March, Price St Co., No.
91 Water-street, New York; W. O. Bennett St Co.,
Charleston, 8. C. J. R. GREEN.
Durhams, Orange County, N. C., June 16.S
AuguBt 10 (_8mo
LUMBER! LUMBER ! LUMBER !
EAFT LUMBER OF ALL SIZES, FOB SALE LOW j
by the Ruft or retail, at west end Broad-street.
August 8 _1-8tnlmo
COAL! COAL! COAL!
REDUCED PRICE WHILE LANDING.
ACi(\ T0Na SUPERIOR RED ASH EGG COAL.
?tV\J direct from tho Mines, dally expected per
schooner Alba, from Philadelphia, and will be sold at a
reduced price for cash, deliverable from the vessel.
This offero a favorable opportunity to consumers de?
siring to lay in their winter supplies.
Orders received oy H. P BAKER i CO..
August 28_8_No. 20 Cumberland-street.
No. 193 EAST BAY".
' J. S. SCaiRMER,
fT7H0LESALE DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOME8
V V TIC RICE An assortment of all grades con
silently on hand. 3mos June 2*
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY, |
Drawn Daily at Covington, Ky.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO, MANAGERS,
Tickets from $1 to $20
CIRCULARS SENT FREE OF CHARGE. ORDERS
for TICKETS in the above LOTTERY promptly at?
tended to. Drawings mailed as soon as the Lottery is
drawn. Havana Plan Lottery-30,000 Tickets; 696
Prizes. Capital Prize, $100,000. Draws the 15th and
31st of ea th month. Address
H. T. PETERS,
United States Licensed Agent,
No. 90 Hasel street, or Key Box 52, Postoffice.
DR9. RAOUL & LYNAH
HAVE RECENTLY REOEIVh D A LARGE STOCK OF
DRUGS, SOAP, PERFUMERY ?ND PROPRIE?
TARY AND FANCY ARTICLES, which they offer at
Wholesale and Retail. They would call special atten?
tion to the following :
Flax Seed (ground)
Medicine Chests (Plantat'n)
Medi?me Chests (ship use)
THEODORE F. CHUPEIN, Dentist,
Office Wi?^^^m King-si
HAVING RETURN EH TO MY NATIVE CITY, AF
TER an absence of five years, I tender my Pro?
fessional Servicos to my friends, the f jrraer patient* ol
the late Dr. WM. !?. MoNEFELDT (my prec ptir), and
the public i'onerally. By the opportunities and the many
rare advantages recently enjoyed (sine'- tho disbanding
of the armies), I a-n enabled to offer the LATEST
STYLES OF WORK, and tho MOST IMPROVED
METHOD OF TREATMENT FOR THE TEETH.
June 28 thstu2mo
BOXES FRENOH LjiiMON8 JUST ARRIVED,
and for sa^o by BERN AR ii O'NEILL,
August 28_1_No. 189 East Bay.
NAILS ! NAILS! NAIL? !
T7?ROVI TREDEQAR WORKS AND NEW DOMINION,
JJ general assortment-3d, 4d, 6d, 8d, iud, 12d 20a,
BUd, 4l'd PINCKNEY BROTHEBS,
August 28 2_North Atlantic Wharve*.
LIKE, CEMENT, PLASTEE
1 r\f\r\ BBLS. FRESH STONE LIME
lUUv/ 160 bbls. Plaster Paris.
Landing this day from schrs. D. Talbot and Wide
200 bblB. CEMENT
Hair, Sashes, Doors, Blinds, kc.
For Mle ?ow by TROUT ft AMdBURY,
August 28 2 NOB. 4. 6 and 8 Market street.
No 140 Meeting-street,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
Wholesale mid Rei nil Dealers in
MACHINERY, SEEDS, &c.
AGENTS FUR THE
EXCELSIOR ROLLER GIN,
FOR HAND, HORSE OR STEAM POWER.
THE HAND GIN WILL TURN OUT ONE HUN?
DRED POUNDS OP GINNED COTTON
PER DAY WITH TWO HANDS.
AGENTS FOR THE
UNIVERSAL SAW GIN,
CLEANER AND CONDENSER.
HAND GINS FROM 18 IO ?5 SAWS.
POWER GINS PROM 'JO TO 100 SAWS.
THE HAND GINS
WILL TURN OUT FROM 500 TO 700 POUNDS
PER DAY WITH TWO HANDS.
THE CLEANER AND CONDENSER ATTACHMENT
la an ENTIRELY NEW FE AT UR li, and a great ac?
quisition to the Oin proper. It la very simple in con?
struction and operation, and requires no appreciable
'force to drive lt. It serves to separate all the vast
amount of fine dust and sand from the ginned cotton,
which, by the ordinary procesa, would be deposited
with lt, and be packed in bales for market Thu Cou
denser also prevents the possibility of dring the gin?
ning buildings, even if the Oin itself could generate
fire (whlqb this Oin cannot do). It occupies but little
apace, and may be operated in almost any building,
however email, and when desirable, may be need in th
open field. It is entirely portable, and, with the Oin,
forma A COMPLETE GINNING ESTABLISHMENT OF
ITSELF, which can be moved from plantation to
The saving in the erection of buildings auch aa are
required for these Gins and Condensera over the ooat of
those required for other gina, will far e- .-eed the entire
outlay for these improved Universal wotton Gina and
Condensers oomplete for ase.
Agenta for the CLARK SORGHO MILL and COOK'S
I Agenta tor ARCHAMBAULT'S PORTABLE STEAM
j Agenta for the INGERSOLL COTTON PRESS.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
So. MO MEETING-STREBaY,
j OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
I August 21 tuthsSmoB
RISLEY & CREIGHTON
Gr EXT S Xl A XJ
No. 110 East Bav,
COR. ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S C.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
toonr friends in, ENGLAND, BRITISH PROV
INuEfl WEST INDiEs and NORTHERN CITIES.
We are prepared to receive the orders of MER?
CHANTS AND OTHER8 desirous of pnrohaslng in the
above markets, and with the facilities at our command
we feel assured that it will be to the interest of im?
porters to communicate with us before ordering.
LEWIS M. AYER & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 13 BOYCE & CO.'S WHARF,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
LEWIS M. AYER, A. S. TRUMBO, ALFRED AYER,
OF BABN WELL. OF ?HABLKBXON. OF BARNWELL.
TO SHIPPERS OP COTTON, RICE,
hl'MBBR AND NAVAL STURES.
J. A. ENSL?W & CO.,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
NO. 135 BA8T B A. "ST,
Churl eaton, S. C.
ARE PREPARED TO MAKE LIBERAL ADVAN0E8
on shipments of COTTON, RICE, LUMBER,
ROSIN and TURPEN T NE to LIVERPOOL, NEW
YORK, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE,
RICHMOND, HAVANA, CARDINAS and BAR HALOES.
They will alio make liberal advances to PLANTERS
on Consignments of their Crops, to the disposal of whiob
they will give their prompt, ptrsonal attention.
ISAAC S, HERTZ & CO.,
No. 801 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
HAVE COMBINED THE SHIP BROKERAGE WITB
their GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, ano
are now prepared to procure FREIGHTS and 0BAJ
TERS. Masters of vessels having no direct Consignees
can also obtain Freights or Charters bf applying,
GEO. A. HOPLKY it CO. RAVENED k CO.
MOTTET, HOCHET & CO. MAllrtHALL, BEACH & CO,
WM. P HALL. lt )B'T MORE k 00.
MORD EOAI & CO. WILLIS k 8 ?IS0L M.
June 12 Smo
T H hi Ai AMt?iilCAN SHIP
' PRESIDENT FILLMORE, B. Luce Muster,
> wants IOU baies Cotton to complete cargo.
? Por Freight engagements, apply to
WILLI8 & OHlcOLM,
August 28 _North Atlantlo WharL
POtt MEW YO KK-MERCHANTS'
LINE Schooner WIDE WOULD, Hildrsth,
> Master, having a largo port! n oi her cargo en*
-</aged, will ru ('et with quick dispatch.
For engagements, apply to
Augmt 28 tuwf3_WILLIAM ROACH.
THE SLOOP ALICE, JOHN LEN?
NARD, Master, now lying at Vanderhorsts
^ Wharf, with part of her cargo engaged fur Coo
?saw. Boyd's Landln?, Pecotaligo, and all Inter?
mediate Landings, * ill leave with dispatoh for the above
places. Apply on board._August 28j?,
AND I Si TERM EDI Al E LANDINGS.
" Is/L .A. B , "
TT7ILL LEAVE FOOT OF TRADD STREET, OHISOLM !
V V Mill, over.v Tuesday and Friday. Returning
Wednesday and Saturday.
For Pr?tent or Passage, apply on board to the Captain.
An-'ust 28 Imo
EVERY TDESDAV AND FRIDAY-RETURNING;
WuDNEaDAY AND ? ATC RD AY.
FOR NORTH EDISTO AND ROCKVILLE,:
AND INTERMEDIATE. LANDINGS.
I ID HS J?
CAPTAIN CHARLES WILLEY,
WILL LEWE SOU I HERN WHARF FOR NORTH
EDISTO AND ROCKVILLE TUESDAY, 28th, at
U o'clock Af M.
Frelgh. received dally abd stored without extra charge.
For Freight or Passngi-, apply on board, or to
MOTTE A. PRINGLE, Agent,
August 27_ Southern Wharf.
JACKSONVILLE A ND FERNANDINA, VIA
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
1000 TONS BUBDEN,
I CAPTAIN LOUI8 M. C OX ETT ER.
THIS FINE SHIP 18 NOW REFITTING IN NEW
YQBE, and will resumo her regular route to
FLORIDA upon the completion of her alterations
Bhe will leave New York for Charleston on or about
the 22d August.
Parties lu Florida, desiring to receive Frelflht direct
by her, will apply to Captain OOXETTER, care of
Messes. WM. T. PEASE Sc 00., Fulton Iron Works,
New York, or to the office of the Agency, No, 17 VAN?
DERS ORST'S WHABF. J..D. AIKEN ft CO.
NATIONAL STEAM NAVIGATION ?0.
STEAMERS WEEKLY TO AND FROM LIVERPOOL.
THE SPLENDID FIRST-CLASS IRON STEAMSHIPS
of this line will leave New York and Liverpool
ERIN, Catting Commander.
DENMARK, Thompson Commander.
THE QUEEN, Grogan Commander.
PENNSYLVANIA, Lewis Commander.
An experienced Surgeon on each ship, free of charge,
Steerage Passage Tickets to bring persons from Liver?
pool or Queenstown for $86, ourrenoy, can be obtained j
at our office. s
Through passage to Paris, London, Antwerp, Ham?
burg, Bremen, ftc, at low rates.
BATES OF PlSSAGE, PA?JU3LE IN O?8BBNOY.
To Liverpool or Queenstown.$100 $30
For freight or passage, apply to
STREET BROTHERS ft CO.,
August 22 No. 74 East Bay.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP C0MPAN??S
? THROUGH LINE
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL,
Through in Twenty-two Days.
STEAMS HIPS ON THE CONNECTING OK THE PA om*
I ATLANTIO, WITH THE
I HENRY CHAUNCEY.CONSTITUTION
j NEW YORK.GOLDES CITY
1 OOBAN QUEEN.SACRAMENTO
NORTHERN LIGHT..GOLDEN AGE
COSTARICA.MONTANA, fto., fto.
ONE OF THE ABOVE LARGE AND SPLENDII
Steamships will leave Pier No. 12 North River, fool
of Canal-street, at'12 o'clock, noon, itbe 1st, 11th and
31st of every month (except whea .hose dates fallon
Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday), for ASPIh
WALL, connecting via Panama Railway with one of th?
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN'
0ISOO, touching at ACAPULCO. ...
Departures of lat and 21st connect at Panama witt
steamers for SOUTH PACIFIC and CENTRAL AMER!
CAN PORTS. Those of the 1st touch at MANZANILLO.
A discount of ONE-QUARTER from steamers rates
allowed to second oabin and steerage passengers witt
families. Also, an allowauco of ON^QtJARTJSii OE
j through rates to olergymen and their fam lies ano
I school teachers; soldiers having honorable discharges,
One hundred pounds baggage allowed to eachi adult.
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through and at
tend to ladies and children without male protectora
Baggage received on the dock tho day before sailing,
from steamboMs, railroads, and passengers who prefer
to send down early. . "..,",." "",
An experienced Surgeon on board. Medicine and at
'Tor Passage Tickets, or further Information, apply al
th? Com,any's Ticket Office, on the Wharf, FOOT OF
OANSREET, NORTH RIVER, NEW'YORK.
July 3 Smos 8. K. HOLMAN. Agent.
BALTIMORE AND CHARLESTON
CONNECTING WITH THE RE?UL AR STEAMERS
OF THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL?
ROAD COMPANY TO L1VEBPOOL.
FREIGHT RECEIVED FOR SHIPMENT AND BILLS
OP LAI ING GIVEN DIRECT IO 'ANY PART OF
EUROPE, at the lowest rates-t1 e Line offering the>
most prompt facilities to deliver Cotton in Liverpool, at
rates less than direot shipments from here.
THE LINE IS COMPOSED OF THE FOLLOWING
STAR OF THE SOUTH-Oaptain REED.
E. C. KNIGHT-Oaptain HOLLINS.
JOHN GIBSON-Captain REED.
THE FINE NEW STEAMER
WILL LEAVE FOB THE ABOVE PORT THIS
DAY, the 28th of August, at 5 P. M. :
For Freight or Passige, havin? unsurpassed ac?
commodations, apply at l,he office of the A?rente,
WILLIS ft CH J SO LM,
North Atlantic Wharf.
Agents in Baltimore: Messrs. i ENDERGAST, FEN?
WICK & CO. _ August 28
REGULAR STEAMSHIP LINE
FOR NJifiW YORK.
- \ :
FARE REDUCED TO $95.
WILL LEAVE ADGER'8 SOUTH WHARF ON SAT?
URDAY, September lat, at - o'clock.
August 27_ RAVENED & 00., Agent?.
New Fork and Chatterton
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMBAN?.
FARE REDUCED TO $35..
hearing each Port erery Alternate Thanda/*
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. 3. W. LOCKWOOD.
OAP?. 0. P. MAMHMAH,
mHESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING BYBBY IN DUOS
JL MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELER}
PUBLIC, hiving inperior aooommodatloBS for Ma?
gara, with tablea anppUed by every luxuryOhe New Yo*
and Charleston marketa can afford ?And, for gaiety,"
ind comfort, are unrivalled on the ocut
CAPTAIN CHADWICK, ,
nrriLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF OH
W THURSDAY, August 30. at 11 o'olook A. M.
Liberal advances made' on consignments to Nevi
For Freight or Passage, apply at the office of tba
] Agenta. WILLIS & 0HIS0LM,
i North AUantio Wharf.
Consign?es in New York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOY
b 00. ?_August 2A
CHEAP PAS? A OK TO OK. i' nora
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK,
Also, by the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Bailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to asd
? from New York.
Great Reduction in Fare to
i CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA. .
1 DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain tad
Ireland, at the very LowoBt Rotes.
PaesengerB, on arrival in New York, w?l nave thea
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed on
For Passage, ftc, apply to M. M. QUINN,
1 ito. 627 KINO STREET, CHABLKSTON, 8. CL
February 27 _ lyr
RARITAN AND DELAWARE BAY RA?L
ONLY DIRECT ROUTE TO LONG BRANCH-THB
whole distance by rail-no chango of cars-no trav?
elling hy Wage On ani after Friday, June 1st, 186?,
the trains on this Road will le-ve the Depot of Camden
and Atlantic Railroad Company, at Cooper's Point, Cam?
den, as follows, viz: 9.20 A. M , Express Train for Long
Branch and New York and intermediate Stations; 3.80
A. M., Mail and Express for New Yo>k.
Returning, Trains leave Pier 8?, foot of Duane-street?
North River, via Steamboat Je^su Hoyt; at li A. M., Ex?
press Train for Long Branch, Camden and intermediato
Stations; and 4 p. M. for all Stations on the Road.
Fare to and from Now York or Lonjj Branch, $2.
Exoursion Ticket? to Long Branch from Camden, S3,
June 18 8mo WM. N. CLAYTON, Snp't
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