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Wednesday Morning,- M ay 2d, ??65. ,
Go;?. Butler is undergoing trial in New :
York, nt the suit of Samuel Smith, f<<r j
allegyd peculation of his property in New j
The New York Herald announces the
arriva; in New York of I)r. A. G. Jlack?y, I
'.an acknowledged leader of the Union :
raen of the Palmetto .Stat?'," who "has ?
suffered much fruin his continued aaJ
manly avowal of his principles."
Charles Kc;-.n and wife (wee Ellen Tree) j
"have been performing nt 2Ce'.v York, at the |
Broadway Theatie, and have just closed- \
their engagement l>y representing King
John. The veteran Harry Placide still j
keeps Lis ?'lace on the stair?.
Yire aro indebted to the attentions of Mr. .
Trnmbo for a copy of the New York He- j
raid, of the i':h, from which extracts will
be fju:.J in this day's paper.
Several paroled officers of tiie army of
Northern Virginia having signified their
willingness to go abroad to Europe or
e)*cwl:erc,.G?n. Ord, commanding atRich
mond, lins issued an order, which says
"that passports and passage to Halifax;
will be furnished the::) on application at
the office of ibu Provost .Marshal-General j
of that department."
JOHNSTON'S Srnjw.Niy-.r.- Letters which
wc find in a late number of the New York
Jlerald give.additional d?-.tails of the pro?
ceedings connected with die paroling oil
Gen. Johnston's nrmv, and of conversa-1
tions which the Federal representatives
had with that officer and other lea-ling;
rebel military men. "Win n the negotia?
tions for thc surrender t<> tren. Sherman
commenced, Johnston ha;1, ultoget her about
fiO.OOO troops; but of these, not more than
:10,0Q0 waite.5, to be paroled, the others
departing without asking leave, stealing
the horses of their officers, and st ribing olf
through the country in different directions,
where many ol'them were soon engaged
in indiscriminate plunder anil thieving,
tien. Johnston declared that, as so,m ns it
was known by these men t hat they w<?re
to be surrendered, his control over them
?waa at r.n end,?nd he was perfectly pow
e? iess to keep thom together for tlve pur
pose of completing their parole, or to pre?
vent their acts of robbery.
<. About. 110 pieces of artillery and 1(5.000
stand of small arms, comprised part ol" the
war material surrendered by '.Johnston.
The details of the surrender were left by
Gen. Sherman in thc hands of Gen. Scho?
field, and when he, in company with a
number cf officers and a detachment of
troops, proceeded from Haleigh to Greens
loro for the purpose of superintending the
matter, the national defenders were every?
where received by the inhabitants ?.>!" the
country-with the strongest manifestations
of eclisht. In the conversations which ?
the Herald's correspondents had with I
Generals Johnston and Ilardee, the former j
spoke vei$" bitterly of Jeff. Davis, aurilia!- !
ing t>; lils administrative bungling all reh?>! j
failures. Ilar'deo said he accepted the war i
as the. providence of (?od, as the means of
forever putting an end to slavery, which
lie declared wis never a bem-li;. to the
South. Ilardee stated that he saw two
years a^o that thc rebel Ciuse could not j
succeed, and acknowledged that the chi?
valry, distasteful as it might be to them, ?
would no.v be cornpelleu'to work for their j
living. Ile considers South Carolina the j
worst whipped Stale in the Union.
Gov. AIKEN.-The Richmond WMg, of
the 10th inst., fays:
''The President has ordered that no
military emmi shad longer observe the
movements of Governor Aiken. The latt er ?
ii--.- been kindly received by the President,
it. is understood that there is no just
v-aUse for his arrest by the military com \
' mandaut at Charleston.
"Gov. Aiken was closeted on Yv'ednesf?
."cy with President Johnson. He had a
or:g interview wil/h Secretary Stanton ?n
the evening, has the freedom of the city,
.'.nd enjoys tiie society of members of Iiis
t'ainhy who carne on with him; from allot'
which it. is argued that lie is here in aid of
vue Government, rather than to receive its
Cc:cf ED GUATE UxiFoitMs.-Th? annexed
order ia regard to wearing of Confederate
uniforms Ins been i. -ued by the Provost
Vtarshnl of Savannah:
I am dir. 'ed by the Brevet Major
General commanding to notify all persons
whom it may concern, that hereafter any
person found upon the streets or in any
other public place dressed in the uniform
of an officer of the so-called "Confederate
Hervice," will be immediately arrested and
held for trial for misdemeanor before the
Second Provost Courts
REMOVAL OF Tin: LOYAL STATE GOVERN?
MENT TO RICHMOND.-The loyal Stale t?o
vernment of Virginia, which has hitherto
had its seat at Alexandria, is to be re?
moved ! ?xe week to Richmond, where
Governor Pierpont will begin the recon
f'ructioa of civil authority throughout
tue Old Dominion, conntv bv coan tv.
f-V;:-;" York H'hll
Tho office of tlie Columbia Phoenix is
oil Gates street, second door from Plain.
The attention of our readers is called to
our adv.-rt ?sing columns, this morning.
Messrs. Zealy, Scott ?fc Bruns have some
valuable silver-ware, etc.; and Messrs.
Hull, Mc Alister and Stokes will carry pas?
sengers to different paris of the State;
while Messrs. Shodair ?fc Stieglitz will at?
tend to tlie inlier niau. Mr. Shepherd bas
a dwelling to rent. Mr. J. lt. Ph ??lips a fine
hcrsc for sile. Mr. A. li. Phillips und Col.
F. Lance some choice articles at auction.
J^*"IV:BSONAU-All subscribers to thc
Phaznix whose subscriptions have ex?
pired, will please come, forward and j
renew, in specie or provisions; otherwise j
their papers will be'stopped.
w"e w'*h it distinctly understood j
that our terms are cosh. .No advertise?
ments wiil, therefore, bo, inserted unless
paid for in advance.
We present the following schedule of
rate-, in the case of the most, obvious com?
modities. F'jr one month's subscript ?tin
lo tiie Phicnix, we will receive either of
the following, viz:
1 bushel corn. 1}hush, peas or potatoes
? pounds butter. 25 lbs. flour.
7 lard. 4 lbs. candles.
7 " bacon, il ip*, rice.
S dozen ecTgs. .! head of chickens.
Wood, vegetables and provisions gene?
rally received at fair market rates ap?
proaching the specie standards.
CONFESSION or TUE ASSASSIN PAYNE.-Th?? !
New York Herald says the following let?
ter, which coull lins t he report of the con?
fession of the assassin Payne, was received i
by Mr. Clarence A. Seward:
WASHINGTON, May 7, lt>C>.-I found
your uncle much better than I cxpccti?d; I
his strength is rapidly returning. He
suffers but. little pain, although tin- metal ?
splint, which is applied to sustain thc jaw
is very annoying, and interf?res with iiis [
regular shep. He converses with some :
little difficulty; but. a little time will im- I
prove that, "lie hopes m lake hold .of dc- j
partaient business somewhat during this
week. 1 drove out with bim two hours
yesterday ami to-day. Frederick is (toing i
very well; is entirely conscious. If the '?
hemorrhage from his wounds ?lois not re- j
turn in four or five days more, bis physi- ?
ciaos think he will be out of danger. " ?
You will be glad to hear that Payne, the i
ass issin, bas fully confessed bis crime and
all the details respecting it, and the <Ii!ii
eulties he encountered. He cojifirms fully '
thc story of the colored lad who let him j
hito the hon. e. and also Major Seward's j
account. The ib'tails which be cjves are, ?
for obvious reasons, not made public at ?
present; be says, however, that nil the I
plans of that Friday night, not being eur j
ried out was thc greatest failure, that, ever !
was. lie bas not made any revelation re?
specting his accomplices. That will doubt?
less loilow. Yours, ever trillv,
ll. M. BLATCHFORD.
IMPORTANT CABINET MEETING-There
was a special Cabinet meeting to-dliy. con?
tinuing over fm:- hours, at. which impor?
tant and confidential matt.'rs were dis?
cussed. The subject of-tr.nde and commerce
with thc insurrectionary Slai.es was under
consideration at the meeting, hut will
again be considered at the regular Cabinet
meeting lo morrow, when il is boped that
matters may be arranged so as to throw
open thc door ns widely and as freely as j
existing legislation will permit. The i::?- j
port ance of unrestricted commercial inter
course, as an agent of reconstruction and !
pacification, is fully appr?ci?t,;J by the ,
'President and Cabinet; and the only ?lis- !
cussion is ns to how this can best bo
accomplished under the. laws o? Congress ;
framed for a vi ry different condition of
affairs. The general financial condition of
the Southern Stales, as affecting commer?
cial returns, bas also been fully considered
in the Cabinet consultations u:>on the sub-.
lt may safely he stated that the country
will soon be gratified by the promulgation
ol much more liberal and satisfactory re?
gulations in reference to Southern trade
j than have heretofore beer, deemed advan
I tageous or advisable.-A'<." York "Hfraid.
I SURUENPEH OK GEN. Twi.' i: -Tho fol
i lowing official despatch, from Ger.. Can by
I to Cen. Wision, has bean received in Ma
I To Maj. Gun. ./. // }Vihon, Jfontgomtru:
j Lieut. Gen. Taylor has this ?lay surren
? dered to me, with -the forces under hi?
j command, on substantially the same terms
las those accepted by din. Lee. As thu
i surrender of Cen. Johnston to Gen. Sher
' man includes all the troops East of the
I Chattahoochee River, rh..- surrender of
; C?en. Taylor includes all the troops Wot
' of that, river.
I (Signed,) E. R. S. CANDY.
Official: E. B. BEAUMONT, Maior and A.
! A. G.
j ???CITY CHANGE BILLS -We are just now
; Buffering great inconvenience from the lack
of small noies. The issues of the city are
I intended to supply this want, and it is the
j interest of all parlies to sustain their
! credit. There need be no mi<^i vings, as to
j the ultimate redemption of these issues, as
; we learn that the finances of the city ar?
in a healthy and promising condition. Let
r.? cs? refuse to receive their.,
j [Avpinfa Ohroniclt.
Trial of tho Conspirators in Open
WASHINGTON-, May 8, 18fi5.-It hr-.s heeu
finally decided to try th? assassination
conspirators in un open court. Tha dctui!
for the court has not yet Leen completed,
and it is'not probable that the trials will
lie commenced Leforo Wednesday or
There is no intimation yet that that the
pres* will be given au opportunity to re?
port the testimony, ab hough there is a
tall force of.stenographers to tn!;? down
the testimony, and every arrangement in
being made to hurry through the eases.
Vet it. m.-ty t..kc three months to go
through them all. There are . near one ?
hundred criminals altogether.
The Bureau of Military Justice have not j
vet all the testimony prepared and ohissi- i
lied, nor the oharires and specifications ail j
prepared. Those who sympathise with I
the rebelli n, and who ure trying to screen j
thi- rebels hom the wrath to com?, will |
find that, the eharce of Secretary Stanton, !
that Davis, Tucker ? Co.. ?dui.ted, insti- ;
?raied and paid for ibis murder, is true. !
There is-evidonce, documentary and other- 1
wise, fastening ils origin in Canada, and j
its sanction hy Davis'; evidence that will ?
hang 1 hem il ever brought to trial.
[ Waslt. '.'or. Philadelphia Inquirer.
TUE AnoitrmNisTs BEFORE TUE PEOPLE.
'the Abolun a journals are just now de.- |
fending Garrison and Company, the \
original instigators at the North, as the |
secessionists "were at tho S-nth, <>!' the j
troubles out of v. hieb grow the past lour ]
years of slaughter., lt is said thal all i
"these few arc in favor ot clemency ?ind |
forgiveness: that they would pardon every i
one and punish rom-. Tin-, is al! very wei
for IheLVbolitjonists. P. lore Robespierre
cot into power, he was a great humanita?
rian. Ile also was opposed to taking life,
and would shed rio blood a', all. but when \
he got. into power, humanity soun-d, !
nmfhe and Ins !:t?ociate3 established the i
most, blood thirsty tribunal ev r known, j
lt is the sam.' willi tiles'- humanitaria,;] i
Abolitionists. They are mild enough now;
but, if once they get the power, take care.
Lei the people remember not, to put llohe
spie'rre it; power.-A MC York Herald.
-. ?&? -. -?
No MEETING OF TIM: LEGISLATURE.-Bro
vet Maj. Gen. Wilson/in pursuance of in?
structions from the Pi es dent of the United
Stales, has L'iv.-u notice through tFie Macon j
papers t!i,iL "ij.-itlier the Legislature or
any other political body will he permitted !
to assemble nader the cai! of thc rebel
Thc people of l?ie State. Gen. Wilson
says, '"are earnestly counselled to resume
their peaceful pursuits throughout the
State, and are assured V- ut the President I
of the Guiled Stales will without delay i
t-xert all the lawful powers of his office to j
relievo them from the bondage ot rebel J
tyranny, and lo reSt?re them ' . iheea.jov
menl of peace and order, w .e. security of]
life, liberty and property. der the Con j
stitution and laws of the LTci?ed States'
and of their own State.''
I Augusta Chronicle.
STEAM WITH SAVANNAH /NU CHA::LF.STON.
.'vi thur L' arv it Co. l'.ave j:-st completed ,
the in-w and magnificent steamship Alham?
bra,.for lin: purpose of carrying freight
and passengers between this port. auJ
Chariest on. The Alhambra i? no v r.iv
ing freight and passenger.- for Charl-sion,
and will leave for that port ni ::!. Wednes?
day. The (?ranada, another vessel of the
same hue, will follow the Alhambra, i nd
malee regular weekly trips to Charleston.
Thc same firm arc abo about to establish
a weekly line of steamers net ween Savan?
nah and New York, consisting of the
steamers Commander and ("has. .C. l eary.
A passenger ti kel to Charlestob costs ??O;
nu passports Lcing required. ,
\.\cw York- World.
WHAT LAW no WE LIVK UNDER?-Are
we living unib r tuart ?al or civil law?
Some of thu orders promulgated atWash
ington wo'ihl .seem to infer that martial
law exists all over tho country. The laws
of Congress, establishing martial law,
were onjy applicable during insurrection.
This no longer exists, and there id no pos?
sible excuse for continuing .it any longer,
except it may be in the South, where
ti.. rc is no State Government to maintain
civil law and order. PresideiQliWohnsoii
should call the attention pi his Cabinet to
this fact, and not allow amy of his secre?
taries to indulge in their nibitrarv acts.
[A'.iy York Herald.
The Provost Marmal General has or?
dered the Richmond ll big to drop' the
u otto ''Sic semper tyrannis'' from its head.
An inundation at San A nt oui.., Texas,
had destroyed twenty-live buildings and
ten Or twelve lives.
House to Kent.
VCOM?ORTABLH and convenient
DWELLING, delightfully situated,
and containing six rooms, exclusive of the
kitchen. .Apply in Winn .street. North of
' the Charlotte Railroad Depot,
j may 21 ja? W M. SHEPHERD.
j OSE FIRST-CLASS MARR, six
, rXjH. years old. Caa be s. en on corner
! ol Cates and Lady streets, between the
! hours of ti and G o'clock,
j may Ut' 1 ' J. R. PH i 1.1,1 I'S
?20""i-Vrapping- Paper. "40
OLD NEWSPAPERS for sale at. this
otl;-c Price ?0 sn-1 S" c?nf- a 103.
The State cf South Carolina,
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, !
COLUMBIA, May 22. lcli>5.
T? iho People of South. Carolina:'
IHAVE tiiis ?lay received information
of an order issued' by Major-General
Q A. Gillmore. I deem it proper, with- |
out delay, to present, tn you for your in - i
formation, such j ortioas thereof .as affect j
me and concern you; because they create i
for you a conflict, with the furies'of the ;
United Slates, which can only be avoided j
by wy forbearance to ex.-reise the func?
tions of tho Executive Department of the
IIE?Q'RS DEPT OF THE SOI "TH,
HILTON HK.\1>. S. C. Mu v 15.1S05.
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 03.
1. Tlie proclamation of A. G. Magrath, !
styling himself Governor < 1 South Caro- :
lina, daie.l at Headquarters, Columbia, I
South Carolina, May -, 18('>5, declaring j
that all subsistence stores and the property I
of the Confederate States within the j
limits of the Stufe should be turned over
and accounted for by the agents of the
State, appointed for that purpose, and
directing that the subsistence and other1
stores sha'.! be used for the relief of the
people of the-State; and the proclamation
of .Joseph E. Drown, styling himself Go?
vernor of Georgia, dated at the capital of
that State, on the 3d day of May, 1865,
requiring the officers and members of the
General Assembly to meet in extra ordi?
nary session at the Capitol in Milledge
viii.-, on Monday, the 22d day of May,
ISC?; and the proclamation of \. !C. Aid
son, stvhng himself Acting Governor of
Flori.*'-, dated nt Tallahassee, on the 8'.h
day of April, lts??, giving notice and di
iec' . -i that an ?lection will be held on
WK; i-sdtiy, the 7th day of June, 1S65, for
Governor of the State of Florida: ar",
each and 'alt of i beni, declared null a:.-',
void, il having become known lo rte, from
trustworthy information, that tl afore?
said A. G. Magrath, .his -ph E. 15 RMI and
A. IC. Allison, ure disloyal to the United
States, having committed sundry and di
%-.r* nets ol i reason against the same, in
adhering to their enemies, giving'thcm aid
The persons and peoples to whom the
proclam?t ?ens hereinabove referred to
have been respectively addressed, arc,
therefore, enjoined and commanded to give
no heed whatever thereto, or lo any :
orders, proclamation*, commissions or com?
mands emanating ' lrom persons'claiming j
the right to exorcise the Inactions and au?
thority of Governor in either df the States
of South Carolina, Georgia or Florida,
unless the same shall have hjeen promul?
gated by the advice or consent of the
United Slates authorities.
II. * *
III. District and Tost Commanders ?
throughout, this Department will' at on.
cause this order to be circulated far and
wide, by special couriers or otherwise, and ,
will take such steps ti secure il* enforce- :
ment as may bv them be deemed lieces- ;
sat v. " " (>. A. GI ELMORE,
Major Genera! Commanding. !
Official: G. F. MCKAY, 1st Lieut, and
A. A. A. General.
1 cannot, under all thc circumstances
which surround you. expose yon to the :
cons?quences which will te produced be 1
cause of any effort on my pai l-fruitless, ;
if not mischievous, as i: must be-to ex
ercise those functions which von in
your confidence have committed tome.
Sot am 1 v 'ng that, wi'bout' such j
consequence.-? , you, while in thc Execu?
tive Chair of the Slate. 1 shall h.-? lu!.!
forth to the world charged willi crime;
without the niobt positive d?clarai ion. :
tbat I ara ready to meet and repel i<, ;
wherever and by whom-.'. vcr made.
In that peculiar condition of our affairs,
which is now disclosed to yon, 1 feel ilia:
my duty, whether considered in regard to
myself as your Executive, or to you as a '
people whose welfare is dear to me, is at
once plain rmi imperative. I will not |
introduce within th ia SCate discord rn* con?
tention. 1 will not allow myself to fur?
nish the occasion by which a bingle atom
of suffering can be added to that load
which now weighs so heavily upon you. I
will not give opportunity for conflict be?
tween the Government of this Stale and
the Goveinmentof the United State?. Thie
functions, therefore, of the Executive are
suspended by me from this dav.
L?der oilier circumstances and nt otl-.Ar
times, 1 Would pan- - in <i..int; that which
1 now do without, hesitation; and with a
perfect, conviction that it is due l<> you
tba! it should be done. The exercise of
j the executive power in the proclamation,
I of the 2d May, 1805, which was coin
? plained of, bas been i edified and the pro
J clamai iou recalled. Before my letter was
I received containing the explanation of the
circumstances which lcd to Hie proclama
! lion, these orders have been issued; in
i which, because of "trustworthy informa?
tion"' of "disloyalty" and "sundry and
divers acts of treason.'' the functions >>i
jibe Governor of the State are suspended
I and his authority denied. To exercise my
functions in the tac? ?d' these ordei i, is to
invoke force to sustain me in oppi-sition
to t! ;>t which W'll be ?up'-iy r J against
j mc. Such a contest cou'd have hu?. or. i
I r-Milt. While lo tflose in th? Slate wi...
: would triye their supp?t t to ti,.- Kxecutiv.;.
.there must com?? penalties tu-.d *uiF??ri:iir.
; without, the p?ssihihty of ?olvanti!i;e.
j Whatever, therefore, ny be ti.e feeling
j whii i. belongs to me HS I? man ora citizen,
\ in a ci?'- like ibis; where conviction pre
I c .I... tl,.- hearing, and sentence comes bc
I Ihre th? trial; I feel that it. becomes mu to
be mindful "f the considerations wide.',
involve your pence and un vet you:
j welfare. I have said to you before. 1 say
to yow now, life war is over; lio.-lilb.iei
have ceased; and it is your nely to forbear
opposition which is Impeles:--content
w h ich is unavailing-and reconcile to ir .
selves that submission which the Govern
1 meat of the United States can impose, and
you cannot resist.
While the considerations which I have
now expressed lead mc lo ibis forbearance
in the exercise of the functions of the
Executive Department of the State. 1 owe
it, to myself, to you, to Ibo Slate, the Le
gislature of wbicl), according lo thc Con?
stitution of this f.tnle. elected inc ibo
Governor of the Stale, lo malee my pro
lest against the pow.;- cluim<??i and exer?
cised by Gen. i M?H.ore. ll involves ti
question which concerns not ?lone ih'i.i
ftate, but all the States < ! the Lhiiled
Slates, lt affirms a principle which it is
not necessary now for lue to discuss.
Whatever may be your condition, un?
availing resistance on your part will but
make IL worse. With an earnestness, of
tho sincerity of which I need not give you
I atsuran.ee, 1 urge upon you the resumption
j of your peaceful put suits, and the udapta
I lion of yourselves lo those changes which
j may be mude in your condition, l.'o ::o'.
i be misled by ex ?1er.:' nt; give un heed to
passion; deal resolutely with facts; lurk
? thc truth calmly in thc face; .-. ill ny - ore,
I blood; accept with the dignity which ever:
misfortune can command, the condition
j which you c::--:!o: avert.
I In thus suspending thc net ive exercise
j of the duti.-s of jny offic-, i ..... so with th?!
'most ?.a/uest T.-.sti that \<::r swtb-rings
i nay soon rind mitigation and lelief; that
: you may retrieve thu wa and los* ?.!' pri
I peaty wi.ieli you have , : .?ur-d in t! e ; SD
, gress ot the war; and thai you may i-xp< -
j iicr.ee those blessings, intellectual, social
i und moral, wliich, un ier t be favor of G jd,
I were ttie great, ends which 1 desired
accomplish. To hu ve succeeded in the-:?
; would have secured to me a reward, tho
; richest and'only inheritano which I cou: i
I have-1 lt to my children,
j With leg ud lo myself, P., fa;-a< Ir.ru
I ailee*.ed by th? charges which are made
. against UH-, 1 am ready to answer to ihem
j oi to any of them. Ai anv time ur place,
when or where my "pres-nee n.-iv I .j...
i sired or required for invest ?uni iou. 1 >h ll
he th--rc, il m.tiri? .! thereof, v ?ii the least
possible delay. Whatever 1 have -aid. i
believed to be true; whatever 1 have done.
I believed to bo right. And with Ibis
consciousness of :h? rectitud.1 of mv t '..-;.
pose, and of thc integrity .-; rav e.frii?u .f,
I sh:.!l not avoid, delay ?or hindi-r th?
j closest scrutiny that ..au b., devised
To you, .-m.ot g whom 1 was born: to
?you, with whom my whole life I..-- ice,
I spent; to you, whose confidence 1 have
: enjoyed; to you. whose t?*s>iin?ny i feel :
cou .i well invoke for my conduct, I I av.
lui :.> express t!?..? pain which thi condi?
tion .-f th? Mat,- has cost ute, and !o wi?-:j
you ail thc haiM-in-ss which pvoj? c aro
cvir permitted t<- enjoy,
may 21 1 \. G. MAGRATH.
FLOTTE A?-TD BACON? ~ ~
7 HAVE a sun';; qunn'itv of FLO Ult and
I P. A CON. which 1 wish' to ?Jl for casi .
Inquire at Mr. TROY'S, on Cam Ion sirec*.
may 2-1 1 R. M. STOK ES.
y, . ' VlV ?*A.G0*
-^Columbia for Newberry TO
M.UKK?W. (I'hursday.) Persons v.i-i . -j
losend fridsrht will please inquire of V
J. A. SELBY, proprietor of the t'bwiv.t
may ?24 1 lit M. STOKES.
? .ivv,\iJ PERSONS, desirous of visiti
.^'jZj?i^y- Charleston, can have an oppe:
Itu.iiy ol' doing s<*. by !i?.plviii,- iinu -
?baldy to Messrs. ZEA LY. ' SCOTT .<:
BRU?S, or WM. MCALISTER,
may " t
Passage to Crangeburg.
.VT*T. '?> ?H ?: K!' W A(; ' ? ^? w""-!; -
-i^Xtv.Mbis eily for ?rang.-hurg rs
Thursday, the l's1 b, if possible. '? ?
pouuds baggage allowed *-?> each passe:
For term's, etc., applv to GEORGE ?
HALL or THOMAS LEE. The cars o- -
the South Carolina Road nov.- run f. :
CJiarleston to Orangeb'urg. may "21
Passage to the Un Country.
^ Ji*^ HAYING two g? od I.-.:
will commence rum . ? .
M^jfgBWWfeiTBI-WEEKLY LINK t-> ."
Irotn Columbia to* Alston and Sh.!:
Ferry, -very Monday, Wed nc* fa y and ? .
?lay. Passengers will be Carried to ?.!.! .
point, at. reasonable rates, payable
specie or provision!--. Fer fici-l.t >.!. p
agc, apply on board, a' Geii/tu's Mil!,
may 23 L. J. HANCOCK
Bakery ind Confectionery.
ISHOD AI lt and W. sTIEGLHT.
J 0 have re ...pened lb* . GAE KR\
CONFECTIONERY and CRACKEU MA
NUFACTOR\. Also, on band ? ii:
assortment of CHEWING and S M OK INC
TOBACCO, SCOTCH ami M CCA Pi
SNUFF, GIG VRS. PIPES, .(.-. a\ M os
Ceo-??: & ?ber's el 1 stand mtv ?.:. -.?