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Saturday Morning. July 8, 1865.
Provisional Governor for South Ca- j
Til? New Yeik Urrala, speaking of the j
conn .:'*.' .. ot eiiizttis of Charleston ti?
wait upon the President, (Peeking recon j
strutition ind a Provisional Governor. ?
gravely indicates General Gcrnov for this j
office: -fe ?ks of the comm ir iee as propos?
ing, shpuld Mr. Aikei.'p claims berejected,
to petition fer the appointment of th?
General, and adds that this choice "would
meet, the approbation of the whole com?
munity." The article, thus statine:, is in
the shape of a lelter from a correspondents j
in Charleston Correspondents of news j
papers aVe rad ?logs, and but too immy of j
them are obliged io Jie, od libitum, for the j
friends who feed them, whether in camp or j
city. General Gurney is HO doubt a very j
admirable gentleman and n got?! soldier; !
but we heir lo doubt if anybody in South |
Carolina, save this correspondent of the '
Herald ever dreamed one moment of mak- ;
ing him, or desiring that he should be j
made, Governor." The appointment of
any person, not a citizen of thc State, to .
the gubernatorial chuir, even for the pro
visional period, would argue the design to j
reduce thc State to a territorial condition, :
and make it a mere satrapy for the benefit, ]
cf civil favorites. \\ e have no notion
that any such purpose is entertained, even
in the case o? South Carolina, by President
Johnson; and still less do we doubt thc
ability of this gentleman to find indivi?
duals, within 'nv.- own limits, sufficiently
competent fur thc reconstruction of the
Gov. rument, and sufficiently loyal to the ,
Government to which they swear aile- !
giance, to give all proper guaranties lo
the appointing power. We may add, fi..m j
thc Herald lettee-writeV, that Gen. Gurney i
has declared h's purpose to become a citi
zen of S.n.iii Carolina, and to make Char j
lesion his fixture home.
In this connection, ? e may briefly state j
t hai, according to last ad vic ts, the. Il,m. j
B. F. Perry, of Greenville, and the Hon. j
Mr. Boyce, ol Fairfie'd, arc tho two j
parties most conspicuous in tee public eye ;
os likely to r?crive lite appointment. Thc
antecedents of these gentlemen, so far aa |
TJ'iionisni is concerned, are probably quite j
equal, if not superior, to those of any I
ci /. :i "f ib.- Si,iv. Mr. Perry, distil)
gni-n.d lawyer, a ni-to "f fine mora's, < x
cele ct clinraclerwtitd sound, manly sen?*?,
hits been through life a consistent Union j
man lie perilled much for thc Union in
1 SS 2; a i ?d, in addition to the great general
odium int lined by the Union party in that :
famous struggle, he risked his life in a per- ,
sonal combat, and we believe lost consider- j
ably of a very popular practice. Since j
then he has filled a seat, almost unbroken
ly, in our Legisla'.ure, ami in all the fluc?
tuations of parlies and politics, has mam- !
tained his consistency as a-supporter nt"
the Union, without forfeiting the confi 1
dente oven of those eit::''.-ns who were
hostile to his politics. Ile was opposed
resolutely to tho secession of the State, and
regretted the measure to the last. Nor is
there any inconsistency in his course hy
his acceptance of a j''di< 'al ellice under a
Government defacto. He recognized at; :
existing condition of things to which all
his opposition had been vain, and might
well suppose that, in a judicial capacity,
he could mitigate and moderato thc strifes
of party, anti arres?, those persecutions of
the unoffending which might happen to
come before thc courts. His acceptance j
of thc office of a Judge of tho Confederate
Court, preceded, hy a few weeks only, thc |
downfall of the Government. We regard
Mr. Per.ry as really one of the moat imex- |
ceptionabie persons who could be present1 j
ed to ihe United Staves authorities. The
arecor l is in his favor throughout.
Of Mr. Boyce, wc have already spoken '
as very highly eligi?le io ibomppoiutment. j
He is a moderate man, and though a mern- i
ber of the Confederate Congress, we really ;
see not, alter an act of amnesty has bei n ;
passed-an act really of obliteration- '?
that thi^*sta aid bo retailed against him, j
especially as his public > ai<ts.-r, in Congress
and out df it, -vas always marke? by great
moderation, toleration, tho most geutlc
forbearance, the utmost good sense and an ;
ever predominating desire for pence- j
peaje, of eoiiise, on honorable teams. But j
the publie course of Mr. Boyce is too well i
koowa to require our report. We have
but to add that his private'moral has |
always been beyond reproach.
. Messrs. Atkc: McAiiloy au S G'.-org'. S. ?
\ Bryan are also spoken of-favorably for the
Governors^p. We doubt if Mr. Aiken
would desire the office. Ile lao well
knows how ard .TOUS i e duties w ill be, and :
how vexing and conflicting its rerponsi
bi!?ties. A 'man, always more fit!,"?! for j
privat.erhan a public station, Mr. Aiken,
ns we* believe, wisely consults his own j
peace of mind in resolving against UH I
future public employments. Such, us we j
learned fr?-rn himself, was, years ago, h s j
determination, ami what was a wise deci?
sion then, it will be more than wisdom j
to adhere to now.* But wc doubt if the
President is likely to burden Mr. Aiken
with the appointment.
Mr. ftlcAliley is one of the most able
and most respect ed mwn in Chester Dis?
trict, and has always maintained a nigh
standing as a legislator. Ile would no
doubt make an excellent Governor-is'n
man of excellent sense, moderato, pm
dent and well informell iu affairs. His
political antecedents arc also ftfvorable to
his claims. Ile was. we believe, ono of
the few who, in the Legislature, opposed
the call of the convention for secession.
Mr. George S. Bryan, whoso name ij
nlso eames}ly insisted on, is ti gentleman
of large and various ability, but much
more inclined to letters and the arts than
to polities. He is a graceful and eloquent
writer a3 well as speaker; and the large
development of faculty which he possesses,
in these respects, has served lo keep him
from that training in polities, and those
positions to which his natural gifts might
well entitle him. ile has, nevertheless,
kept himself ou courant with the poli'ical
.v'orld,.atid has been n consistent Union
.nan from the days of lS?'i, when ho was
an active young member of the I nion
party, under the leadership of the Hugers,
the Richardsons, Petigru, DeSau'sure,
Bennett, Bet ry and others, conspicuous in
that day. on the losing side. He was a
creal admirer of Henry Clay, a;;d n fre?
quent correspondent with him, J. P. Ken?
nedy, W. C. Preston. Hugh S. Leg-ire an 1
manv others, the most conspicuous ?-f the
intel!-els cf lite South. Perhaps in nu
in the Stute is so entirely secure and con?
sistent in his antecedents.
-.#? . _.- - ,
The Confederate Debt.
The Confederate bonds, for which oot
ton wa.-s guaranteed, must, it appears io
us, he eventually liqui lated. The cotton
seized hy ilie United Staled Government
w.is pledged for their redemption a; the
contract secures ihe bond holders such an
equitable promise tlingit will be well for
those holding these bonds not to sacrifice
them. Touchily; the Confederate debt, we
notice a small controvetry in the Northern
p ipers, based upon a threat o? M?*. Wen?
dell Phillips to repudiate the debt. Th?
opposition papers cry out, ''Why, wh?i
proposes to pay thia .-debt''' Hut Mr.
We: dell Phillips is probably not to fat
wide of the mark in his shooting, lt mav
bc a necessary ?as well a-; a wise policy, or
the part of the United Slates, to reuojrnizi
the indebtedness of w hat is now a conoid1
dated empire. They must not suffer theil
own people to suffer. The Southern peo
pie have no other capital than what lie
in this debt, and the best way to reeoncih
them to thc payment ot tiie Northen
debt will he to recognize and pay thei
own. Jt will bi felt r.s hard enough l<
.pay for t!?c weapons of war by whiol
they were tsubdued, nnd they will natu
rally feel ii sc; and from the sore feclini
on this'subject, nothing will relieve then
but thc conviction that payment '"timo
be made-that, in tho loss, of their eui
fed?rate mon^-, which was all that, wa
loft them, they lost all m -.ms not only o
paying taxis, but of commencing thei
business of life anew. And all the grca
staple production's of the South must dc
pend upon their bung enabled to re-es
tablish themselvea on a fair working bash
Th'o plantations will need to be refur
nished. At present, nearly three fo;?rtb
of these have been stripped of ever
working anini.il and every working ?mph
ment, uer have tlieic families been left
shelter. How can these people produce
where get morie-,? And unless they pr<
duet-, wdiat becomes of the general di-hi
so much of which must depend tipo tl
poduclive capacity of the South for ?jtapl
exportation? . .
By a private despatch received in th
city last nigh?, we learn ihat.Jcion.B. 1
Perry, of Greenville, has been appoint?
Provisional Governor of. Sooth Carolina,
The expenses of the Government dunn
*.b<? pas* yew ?. aa v:.:' * S?.iOO.OOO.?'Xf
The State of South Carolina.
We find tiie following ?nier, dividing j
South Carolina into four military districts, I
in (lie SH van nail Herald, of trie 26in:
HRADQ'RS DEPARTMENT OF THE SI UTH, l
Bthnn Hend, S. 0 , June 23, 1805.
General Or?cra No 164.
'I he Stau- of S ?util Carolin* is hereby I
divided into four military districts, ns fol j
1st. The-'^Military District of Eastern j
South Carolina, comprising the Districts of i
Georgetown, Dorry, Marion, Williams
burg, Marlboro, Dallington Sumter, Ker?
shaw sud Chesterfield. Brig. Gen. Beale
is assigned to the command of Hi ia District,
willi bis headquarters at Florence. Iiis j
force, will comprise bis own brigade and a
battalion of cavalry, to bc designated bv ;
Brevet Maj. Gen. J. ' I*. UatcC He will |
establish a depot of supplies on theSantee !
River, at the crossing of tb? North-eastern i
.2.1. The Military District of Charleston, j
comprising the Districts ol Charleston, j
Colletoti. Oraugi burg. Lexington, Barn- j
well ami Richland. Brevet Maj. Gen J.j
1'. llateb is ii>si ??> the command of!
this District, with headquarters at Charles?
Hd. .die Military District of Western
So ut ti Carolina, comprising the Didrietsof
Laucas! er, Fairfield. Ches!er. Vori?; Union, 1
Newberry, ridgefield, Abbeville, Laurens, '
SpartanKiurg, Greenville. Anderson and ?
Vickers. Breve! loi,:. Gen. Van .Wyck ts I
temporarily as igne^l to thc command of .
this Distrivg, with bis headquarters at
Alston. His force will e<?i:i| rise, his own j
regiment, and, in addition thereto, .m.. j
regiment of infantry and a battalion nf i
cavalry, t" be designate 1 bv Brevet Maj !
Gen. J. 1'. Hatch.
4fli. The M il i Ul ry District nfl'ort Royal, j
comprising the DUtrifei of Beaufort only. ;
Brevet Maj. (?en. M 1'.. Potter ia assigned :
to t;i- comm ind ol this [??strict, with His j
headquarters nt Wilt.m Head.
sith Those portions offne Di*tricl of
Charleston uni the District ol' Western \
Soutli Carolina lying contiguous to the '
Savauanh River, ?iud now .occupied hythe
troops ot Brevet lirig Con. Molineux, 1
commanding the District u; North Geor?
gia, will remain under th:? oomiiniitd ol ?
tua; oili.vi- unit! farther onii-rs.
6th. Brevet Maj. <.cr.. .1. P. Hr#eri. com- !
mnndii.g li ist ri?rl 'of Charleston, will at
once establish a depot ul Orungeburg, ol
sufficient capacity t? satisfy all requisi
Lions i ir cominims ..: \ supplied for the Dis
t.rict ?>l Wes en. .^ouih Carolina.
7th. Brevet Brig. Gin Van Wyck will
at once organ ze and pul tn operation a j
supply train I m tween Oraugebuig and
Alston f-' M i?* own command, making re?
quisition on Gen. Hatch for necessary
inn -, oi fallon.
!: .. The elncf quartermaster will 8e*i';ti
a ?..itt di ail, -;<ainer io ply between
Char.es'on und :heiai:r< nd crossing of the
Sn ti lee River, ol' siiitubie .ira:: i?. take the
inland passage, i his-ic iii. ? will he under .
tliecOiaii'i of Gen. Beale, ?iud will not be
interfered with r.\ other commanders
By command of .
M ii. Gen. Q. A. GILLMORE.
W. L. M. Bc itu ER. .Wt Adj. (.en.
MAXIMILIAN.- \ffairs in Mexico appear
to be tn au exiiein. lv lind w?\ Maximi
lian bus been endeavoring for a long limi?
to enlist the *yuipathy an?l support of the
natives in his behalf, bul they wd! not
listen to |t;s promises, anti" evince a dispo
sitiou on every possible occasion : . throw
obstacles in tlie path of his administration.
Thc Emperor of t?e French, it. is true, in
thi? outset, gave Ins word that he would
assisi Maximilian in bi biging the Mexicans
to recognize ?he new form ot Guverutiiei'i;
..ut just at this tim?, now that our civil
warjs <-a.!.d, ou i* ?rieiid on the opposite
side of the -Mian ic has completely
chanced ids views. On the other hand,
the Liberal party have gained courage ai.
lb.- tum event.-, have taken ia th. Untied
Slate?, und are determiin ?'. now more loan
ever to rid their Colliery of ail usurpers
and invaders. If Maximilian is wise, he
will not wait, for our Government to inti?
mate to Ima i!,;,t it. ?s ti:.; : he Lol packtd
his valise and was on ht* ..uv loth.; other
siiie, bul will bc on th- n:??v?! ?.t once;
\ Churls-Ion Courter.
TitoriiY UiTNTi-.RS Bon .:: GKAVES. - ii
wiil scarcely bc believe.1 I lint home pet -
so; s iufiueticed bv th-, passion no- trophy
seeking, and, perhaps, ? v passions even
less commendable, have recently brought
to this eily, from Gie neighboring battle?
fields, bones and hull-pu rced ?killis, ruth
lessiy toni from the griiPes of the dead
An accumulation of these "trophies," at
one point ot which we have heard, looks
very much like u speen! :!...;..
I rV/< h nomi rimes.
PRESS REr?RTs v . AM- FROM nu: SOUTH
The Ni W Yoik Trihitm: understands that
t he con. 'ilion of the telegraph Unes at lite
South, and the pu-slliv Ot i'tTliMul bllsi
ness, is such ibat thc transmission of press
reports to and from i!>.. Somli will not be
practicable before ??bout the middle, ol
July, soon after which the Associaf.-d
Press will be able to resume iA old rela?
tion with Southern editors.
Tsx/s. - Aceonnta from Ti xas stat* ihat
the transition from a condition bf war to
ont oi peace is proceeding very quietly
ano m au orderly manner. Bet ween \\, <
and turee thousand bales of cotton were
awaiting hipment at Iioiis'on ?rt the Le
ginning cf this m.'uth ft .toual currency
sells iii that place at seventy ?ve ceuta on
the dollar fer gold
The offiec of tho Columbia Phoenix is
on Gutos street, second door from Plain.
Gencrnl A. S. llartwetl returned, OD the
6th inst, to thj3 ciiy, from a protracted
visit to Orangeburg.
PRICKS CUUREST.-lt will l>e seen that
we make our repottof the prices current
tins ('ny instead ot reserving it to Monday.
Wc shall continue it.lierenficr on Satnr
dav# ?nd quote the prices ranging
throughout the wuek.
Wo omitted to mention, at the proper
time, that one of the colored population J
died in this city, a few days ago, from the ?
hite of a snake. Stich heat as thc pia tent
will render the poison of the snake esp? j
cially fatal. The prompt u^e of a pint of
whiskey, swallowed as soon aa possible I
niter the bite, is notoriously thc remedy ^
in oio<! parts of the couutiy. The whiskey ;
absorbs Uie poison. j
IIr..\T.-Night aud day tfcc heat cen- \
tinuee terribly intense. Citizens ?are i
warned against fatigue in the sun. Let !
them make frequeut pauses., and lake j
frequent rests in the shade, and, instead !
of is brick, let them carr;' a handful of j
damped tnoss. or cotton in their nats |
lie? ir?: of sun stroke. At nitdit, sleep on
a hard ::uit?i%.-s, with a coverlet of eos-tu- j
mer and lay your case before all the winds
The thermometer stood on the ?th and
7!ii at '.'.'< ''e^., at Iii m., in a cool and
sh'ady bii:;?.?ion. Thc breezes are languid |
and feeble ir: the last decree, and the
nigi.ts iiisnpportably oppressive, except in
the most ?o.I?v ruor.f and the most favor- ?
:.hle situations. Snc'i a prolonged seswioii j
of 1. . * has not been known fura lona i
season, an i though we hopi- foi it to day, j
t'iere *s not as vet the slightest symptoms
::i the skies of a relieving thunder atorin. 1
Une echoes th* praVerof Sidney ."ii! h. !
that hu could strip elf his* flesh and sieep
in his bones.
Our local -editor, the ''eimpper up oft
unconsi iered tt ifi- #," happened upo.i !
buger game than usual, when, two days I
ago, he encountered the very boss of thc I
establishment, in full proportions, return- j
ing unexpectedly from the Yankee Go
timm, and bringing with him-loaded 1
d WM with responsibilities- wife, children,
fr.-o?d*-numerous band boxes, sundry
bun iles, stvera' cases of small cnj)x, and a
few bc;..s cf hom hound and barley candy,
to say nothing of certain fragments of tine
cheese and a basket of boston crackers.
Nor should we forget to mention n fine
figure head for thc Phoenix, in which,
rising from tito flames, she converts them
into n verv sea of glory, her wings sur?
mounting the fl -me and spreading aloft for
that higher, and hohler, and broader
fl ght, which wo liave, for some time past,
promised ti. our weil beloved reader.? of ?
Columbia. The advent of the day when
this beautiful revelation shall be made
rapidly approaches. Our enterpiising
publisher, who would ha VA gone to the
tropics on this mission if necessary or con i
Veiio r.t in this tropical Weather," ndvise? j
us that the atmosphere at the .North is
s .-a ree ly ai trratetul as our own. Most of \
bis fru ? d.s were disappointed in discover j
that he liad preserved los ?indis ihrough
out tho War, iri pails, jast as before tie j
war; tl. .* ?ie had bis' neither eye nor n >se,
nor ti igcr; had not ever, had a .ont h ;
knocked out amidst, 'th? glories of the*!
tray. Ii. was evident, that tney seemed to '
icgard him a s one who had d-'io-^is duty
neither t<> the cause of ?ovally nor rebel. '
lion. Fie should have Ven made to stiffer j
tr?t loss cf a limb, a maim, the abrasion !
of a nostril, op some other grievnn . -, on :
one sd-or the other. Perhaps some of
tiri* iisgnsc was the result of an unwary !
exhibition of Mime fi fl v thous md dollars j
in CoufedioWe currency, which the t>mia- I
bb- pnbli.-i.er cndeav?i- to persuade th.- I
brokers JLO take in -vehaui'.; for Hr:tish
sovereigns MIK! Frenen \ a po le ?rn-, behring ,
deluded i>v the Yat Lee pros into vol inti i
both of them ev. n belo.?' the Confederates.
Jenny Lind'Goldsebmidl sang recently
al a. concert in Lotidon, to inti-xluc-. ttl the
pub! c Herr 1. .!>.>:.. a bin d pianist, lt is
said til it >li.. never sa- g with more gejiu
irie inspiration nm! fervor, i?err Labor is
pianist to the blind Kii .' of Hanover.
A WKLL-KSOWN OFFICIAL AKRI?STEU
Col. Northrop, inte Cou,mi wiry-General
of the Confederate Stale*, arrived in itich
mond yesteid'iy, a;-d wa- conti Tied in
Castle 'founder. He was arr. sled at his
home in South Carolin?.
The hike tunnel at Chicago has now
reached a length of 2,900 feet, and is
progressif.t: ai the rate ol twelve feet per
Tlie ('range and Alexandria Railnvad
will be opened lo ilichiu>>nd '?it ihe loth
. A Fresh and Handsome
A SSORTMKNT of FANCY and LA
J.\ DIES' DRESS GOOD- will be offer
ed for sale fnun and after THIS DAY, at
the corner <?f Laurel and Barnwell streets,
by Mrs. M?> RY O'CONNOR. July 8 2
Columbia Prices Current.
SATURDAY, July 8. i Kt,,".
Ale, cr druft, $2 por g*"; p?.*-'- per o z.
Brandy, Apple, 3 a fi per gal.
Peach. 3 ?'J i 'er gi!.
Baeoi , 12^ ? cents per ll?.
Be?f, li v-li, ll) a la cents per lb.
Butter, -.i(? u ,'?(? cents per ??.>; Cosher, CO.
Corn., si per bushel.
Cheese, lui. English, 35 a ?Ocents per li,.
Coffee, cenia per ih.
Ciiiiiis, per bundled, 2 a 12 50. .
Candies, 2">c. :i ?1 peril; AU? tiuuit'e, 15.
Chick, lis, spr.ng, per pair BU i> -iUe.
Eggs, per il--/.en. ::*) a 'J.'.c.
i'iour, $C a S per bbl.
Herrings, *1 a 1.5U per box.
Homespun, while, 25 a ?5c. per yard,
?..ongclotb, '.i? a ?Uc. per yard.
Mackerel, $5.,per kin.
Mutton, fresh, ll) a I2$c per lb. ,
Meal, ?1 per bush.
.Molasses, 50c. a ??.1 per gah
Peas, $1 per bush.
Potatoes, S1.5U a 2 per bilah.
Pork, ti esb, IO a dc. per lb.
Kuisiiis, 40 a 5tic. per lb.
Salt, ?1 per bush.
Salmon, ?'_2 pee kit.
Sugar, brown, 25 a 50e; whit*, 10 a 50.
Soup, 40 H 50c. per nar of \?O.-?.
Sardines. Ru a T. o ; . r box. '
Teil, lil ?.? tl, 2 ..H a' J pel '.:>.
.Tobacco, t bewitg, ?oe. a il per lb.
Smoking, '?ita. a "
Whi ey, llourooii, domestic tj a S. '
Vin. ?ar, common, I ; \\ . Wine, 2 per gal.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr.
ud .Mrs. Bernard Turner invited to
tttend ?ac funeral of their votini?c?l chiid,
ALICE, from '.bed- residence to the Catho?
lic Church, THIS MORNING, ..t 9 o'clock.
liauJ*otiic Lil ii nt.
By A. K Phillips.
THIS '(Satur.la\) MoU.MMi, I will sell,
at my anet ion room,
22 pic.-, s rasiii"i;abl<:?ltibboiis. of stv
Ey A. E.. Phillips.
Ti i (Sui LI day) MORNING, at ii o'clock,
I will sell, at my auction room, (Bedell'*
Sundry articles of KITCHEN UTEN?
SILS, such a-> JPOTS, OVENS. PA ?I.S.
Si l I ?URS, PASS, KETTLES, WAPPLE
Mat: rashes. Bedstead, 1 Secretary, Cup?
board, Screen, Ta ole, Ciiairs, ;> kegs Nails,
assorted sizes. Shovels and Spades.
Bonne's, Children's il at's. Hoop Skirt?,
Ladies' Collars and Cul!-, Uv' m-- DresreS,
:-;t'? bottles Suchern Bitters. July S 1*
Ko 1 Mule*, Wagnns, liorue&s, ?vc.
By-Jacob Levin, Ancticneer.
ON TU USDA V MORNING n.-xt, Nth
inst., at ll o'clock, 1 will seli. ai the
Guard Ho se, por . uh: Pel lows* School
Ronni, without i. - -rve,
Iii line yotuiit M UL several covered
VYAGO.NS .a. d HARNESS, belongil g-%
the Kalmia Mills. Co; ditions Cash, on dr
livery, m eui re -v. July 7 .%
Strayed or Stolen,
ON the nft.-rn. on of Joly ?. a HARK
BOUSE MULE, with ll. C.S. biand
ed oh '.'ft fore "boulder. A reasonable
reward will i e paid for his recovery Ap?
ply at the Telegraph I Hice. july 8
Circular to tho ?Freedmen of Co?
lumbia and Vicinity.
COLUMBIA, s C,*JDI.Y ?.?. ?ses.
rI."MTE Bl eve? L'eiga ll. r Genei al <',.rn
1 mu: diog tak.s lins occasion to com?
pliment the colored people ol Columbia
and vicinity np>.i th.- very orderly, wei!
ar ran -eil nod p?! r?o! e manner of I he I.ve
i:el<*!ii\,tion. [i is Mich exaii)p!fs of your
"S" lo manage for yourselves ll? At ?il!
fdvifv the j- edie i.?i.s nf \ i Vlf enemies,
and justify th? conti lenee ol your friendf.
Your desi nv is ?iv, your < wu hand; what
you m a key ours? Iv es worthy of will surely
lie conceded I > voil. Ileirteliihet" that-,
under ihe ii -w oid.i ol things, _\ on and
your employ ci - a- ?? in ihe stun.- ' oat. Yon
are bot tl interested i:? making the voyage
a safe and profit;!hie ?-ie; le, ihe'etoie,
industrious, steadV, honest mid econ mie-ii.
A. S. HARTWELL,
Br* vt I B'ig. Gen. Commanding.
Julv S 2
VFI NF. stock of DRUGS and MEDI?
CINES josi received 1>V
II. SOLOMON ?fc CO..
Assembly street, West, below Ptain.
Julv ? *
Gen. Sup ts Office C & S. C. R-B.,
OJ IE .TER- J'ji-v 3, iof'5.
UNTIL furl her notice, trains will bo run
daily on this road, as follow?:
Leave Chai lotte at 8 a m.; ni rive at
Adgor's about 4 p in. Leave Adger's ?t
7 a. m.; arrive in Charlotte about 3 p :r..
JAMES ANDERDON, Sup't.
July ? 12