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Wednesday Morning, April 24,1867.
The Now York Bound Table i? a
respectable and well conducted'weehly
journal, principally devoted to litera?
ture and criticism. We have not re
coivod it for s?rno time past among
our exchanges, but we occasionally
rend oxtrncts from it on various topics,
whioh aro well worthy of attention.
-Ono of its recent articles is upon -the
"Standard.of Journalism," and has
somo exccll?nt points in it.des?irving
of noto, and whioh, if heeded, would
exercise a happy and wholesome in* <
fluanco upon the press of the coun?
try; and especially 'aro such sugges?
tions as it makes appli?ablo to tho
journals in tho metropolitan.cities of
the North.. . ' '
Ono point that it makes-and with
which wo agree-is that, in the runic,
tho esteem in which editors aro held,
depends upon themselves, and not
upon people, howover eminent, who
aro extorior to the profession. The
editorial calling is second io no other
practiced in this country in impor
' tance and dignity, and a respectable
editor is surely, any day, tho superior
of a trading politician. And we fully
agree with the Bound Table, when
tho press will nt once and in combi?
nation awaken to a just sense of tho
elevation, the influence and respon?
sibility of their functions; when they
cease to truckle to politicians, how
m ever influential, and make these men
feel they cannot control tho press in
tho interest of corruption; when they
. resolutely determino to speak truth
without fear or favor about tho ex?
isting abuses of our system, whether
in common council, State Assemblies
or a National Legislature, then, and
not till then, will the profession of
tho journalist rise to its true level,
and command tho respect to which it
is intrinsically entitled.
All this is very truo, and vory just?
ly describes what the press in n free
country ought to bo. But tho sage
and competent critic of the Round
Table should remember that tho glow?
ing descriptions of that happy time
yet to come-the millenium-repre?
sent tho condition of society just
what it ought to be; but, until thai
time does como, wo may expect tc
seo fallible, if not corrupt, journal?
ists, as well as corrupt' politicians,
and wo do not expect journalism, in
this or any other country, to reach
perfection until that glorious oin
breaks upon us. Nevertheless, there
can bo a closer approximation to "thc
standard" laid down by our cotcm
porary. There is too much truckling
to, not only politicians, but to manj
others who are presumed to occupj
positions of influence. There is toe
much timidity-too great a fear of i
loss of "patronage" (an abominable
word, when applied to a public jour
nal)-constantly hanging around, like
an incubus, in a newspaper office. I
a journalist is printer to a commoi
council, ho too frequently imagine;
that, in order to retain tho positioi
and its emoluments, he must over
look all short-comings, or even mis
doings, of tho members or tliei
officials. If he is printer to a Logis
lature, ho must not only close hi
eyes to all log-rolling aud nice littl
Uarguins for jobs under legislativi
enactments, but he must forbea
even to criticise too severely thei
public acts, bo they ever so unwise
or tho voto which mado him Stat
printer to-day may turn him out to
morrow. From a long conncctioi
with journalism, and its atiendan
duties and responsibilities, we knot
this lo bc a fact.
Of course, under theso circuni
stances, and so long as thc field o
journalism is so sterile in its peen
niary returns, in a legitimate way
true independence in its lnanngcmen
is a myth that wc will look in vain t
discover. But the worst corruptio:
that is to bo found iu tho professio
of journalism is not among the com
paratively obscure or needy member
or representatives of that profession
but in journals of extended circuh
tiou, ami, consequently, of large
influence. Metropolitan journals, t
journals published at Stato capital:
to which a party can pay thousant
, of dollars for tho uso of its column,
to ndvnuco party measures, or t
whitewash party rascality; and 1
which contractors and shoddy jol
hunters freely offer a sharo in ti
spoils to tho journalist for the aid <
his "valuable paper" in getting the
" nefarious schemes legalized. * This is
what prostitutes the press, and in no
other country in, the world is the sys>~
tem carried to such an unblushing
extent,, ?han itf this boasted Und of
literary attainments and civilisation:
But Tfo think we seo "glimmerings
of tho dawn," and that, too, within
tho pastoral circuit in which the
Round Table moro particularly labors.
Wo noticed, in one of tho New York
dailies, tho other day, that tho cor?
ruption and charges of corruption in
the State Legislature appeared to
excite everybody but tho members of
tho Legislature themselves. ' It Was
stated by the journal alluded to, that
oven.tho Union Leaguo and other
Republican organizations had taken
up tho matter, and denounced, with
deserved severity, tho body which
tolerates such a state of things as now
exist in the New York -Tjagislatiire.
Tho inevitable and Reverend Henry
Ward Beecher, on Sunday before
last, in tho city of Now York, brought
tho subject into his sermon, and
referred to tho "corruptions of poli?
tics-tho flagrant venality of legisla?
tion"-as ono of thc perilous evils of
tho times. He said:
"Tho mon at Washington and Al?
bany sold their country; they sold
their humanity and their honor, and
tho trusts that wore put upon them
by their constituents. They wero
dobauchers of tho young; they wero
the traitors; they that-lifted the
sword were not half so much traitors;
they that despoiled tho old banner
and trod it under foot; they that fired
upon tho Government of the United
States wero not so much traitors as
were . thoso vermin who wero crawl?
ing under tho foundations and de?
stroying by corruption the vital
power of tho Government."
? On which paragraph, tho New York
Times comments, and says that, in
course of time, tho members of thc
Legislature "will find that their'cor
nipt]'T ^on'.ot be condoned by de
nunciations of the wretched people
of tho South or by noisy profession;
Did not we say that wo perceivec
"glimmerings of tho dawn," pro
ciscly whore tho day-spring of reforn
is most needed and should first ap
pear? When wo seo them there, w<
have hopo for tho balance of th?
country. Let our social brother o
the "Round Table" keep the editoria
lash always in trim, and tho reveronc
J Henry forbear not his denunciations
to tho fashionable and shoddy-ricl
occupants of his cushioned pews
and all will como right. It is mee
that the press and tho pulpit shouh
bo co-laborers in purging the land o
corruption and its ministers ant
tools, and if our feeble voice cai
reach them aud cheer them, we bil
ARKANSAS AND THE INJCNCTIO:
CASES.-Gov. Murphy, of Arkansas
has telegraphed to Senator elect Gai
land, ordering him not to file a peti
Hon for nu injunction against tho en
forcement of tho reconstruction bi]
for that ?tate, as ho thinks that a dc
cisi?n against it will not result favorti
bly to the interests of his constituent*
Senator Garland has according"
abandoned his intention to bring th
matte- before the Supremo Court
aud .J been engaged by Goveruo
Sharkey in behalf of the "Mississipr
We think the Governor has acte
wi^oly. We can see no good wha
over, but much harm, to thc Soutl
ern people, that would result in sue
a decision. Besides, tho causes wi
not bo heard until next Decembe:
by which timo thc work of recoi
struction will be nearly completed.
Tin: PRESIDENT COMING SOUTU.-!
is stated that President Johnson hi
accepted an invitation from the cit
zens of Raleigh, N. C., to be preset
at that place about thc middle i
May, at the laying of a corner-.stoi
of a moulinent in memory of tl
President's father, whoso place i
burial has only recently been disc
vcred. Ho will be accompanied 1
Mr. Seward and one or two others
his Cabinet. Ile will go via Ric
mond, and may extend his trip fu
IMPORTANT DECISION.-Interest c
debts accruing during thc rcbcllu
to Northern creditors hus been d
? cided by Judge Warner, of Georgi
to be collectable.-New York lierai
But almost every other judge h
A little boy was poisoned in Albai
last Tuesday, and carno near losii
his life, by eating a picco of sho1
bill paper, containing tho color knov
ns Scheele's green, and made of ars
nite and copper.
aUUUury Oruer?. . "
We make the following extracta of
general interest from General Orders
No. 12 ?nd 'Speoiat Ordew No. 23,
issued, on Monday lost, by General
[General Ordei'S No. 12.]
PAU. X. The salo of spirituous
liquors by any person or persons to
Soldiers, sailors, or marines in the
service of the United States, is hereby
prohibited; and any person so offend?
ing, procuring for, or giving away to
any soldier, sailor, or marine, any
spirituous liquors, will be brought to
trial before a military tribunal, and
8hallbo Hued in a sum not exceeding
$100, nor less than $50, or impri?
soned for a period not exceeding two
months. And any parson giving in?
formation of any olation of^this
order, shall, upon conviction of thc
person accused, bo entitled to recoivo
an,c-fourth of tho line imposed and
Post Commanders will require she?
riffs, doputy sheriO's, constables, -and
tho polico forco within their com?
mands, to report to them any viola?
tion of military orders, and arrest
tho guilty parties.
PAH. XI. Post Commanders will
exercise a supervision over ?ll magis?
trates, sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, con?
stables and police within their com?
mands, and will, whenever necessary
for the preservation of order and tho
efficient discharge of thoir duties,
assume command of tho police force.
The Military Sub-Districts of North
Carolina and South Carolina aro
The territory embraced within this
command is divided into Posts as fol?
1. The Militaiy Post of Charleston,
to embrace the State Districts af
Charleston, Colleton, and Berkeley,
and tho adjacent islands; to bo coni
. m and cd by Brevet Brigadier-General
H. B. Clitz, I??eutonant-Colonel 6th
Infantry. Headquarters at Charles-*
ton, S. C. Garrison: Headquarters,
and Companies A, D, F and I, 0th
Infantry, and Companies D and F,
2. The Military Post of Hilton
Head, to embrace the State District
of Beaufort and adjacent islauds; to
bo commanded by. Brevet Captain
James Chester, 1st Lieutenant 3d
Artillery. Headquarters at Hilton
3. The Military Post of George?
town, to embrace the State Districts
of Georgetown and Horry; tobecom
mun dod by Brevet Major E. W. H.
Reed, Captain 8th Infantry. Head?
quarters at Georgetown, S. C.
I. The Military Post of Aiken, to
embrace the State Districts of Barn?
well and Edgefield; to be commanded
by Brevet Major L. Walker, Captain
5th Cavalry. Headquarters at Aiken,
5. Tho Military Post of Darling?
ton, to embrace the State Districts of
Williamsburg, Clarendon, Marion,
Darlington, Marlboro and Chester?
field, to bo commanded by Captain
H. S. Hawkins, 6th Infantry. Head?
quarters at Darlington, S. C.
0. The Military Post of Columbia,
td embrace tho State Districts of
Orangeburg, Sumter, Kershaw, Rich?
land and Lexington ; td be commanded
by Brevet Brigadier-General J. D.
Green, Colonel 6th Infantry. Head?
quarters at Columbia, S. C.
7. The Military Post of Newberry,
to embrace tho State Districts of
Newberry, Laurens and Abbeville; to
be commanded by Brevet Major
J. M'Cleary, Captain 6th Infantry.
Headquarters at Newberry, S. C.
8. The Military Post ot Anderson,
to embrace the State Districts of An?
derson, Greenville and Pickens;tobe
commanded by Brevet Lieutenant- .
Colonel A. T. Smith, Captain 8th
Infantry. Headquarters at Ander?
son, S. C.
9. Tho Military Post of Unionville,
to embrace tho State Districts of
Spartanburg and Union; to bo com?
manded by Brevet Lieutenant-Colo?
nel J. N. Andrews, Captain 8th In?
10. Tho Military Post of Chester,
to embrace the State Districts of
York, Chester, Fairfield and Laucas
ter; to bo commanded by Brevet
Major D. D. Lynn, Captain 6th In?
fantry. Headquarters at Chester. '
[Special Orders No. 23. J
Par. I, Special Orders No. 21, cur
I rent sei-ies, from these Headquarters,
which establish a Frovost Court
within tho Military Post of Aiken,
S. C., oro hereby so modified that no
sentence nilectiug the liberty of any
person shall bo executed until it is
approved In* the Commanding Gene?
ral; and it is further ordered, that
white persons charged with murder,
manslaughter, rape or arson on tho
persons or property of persons of
color, and persons of color charged
with like offences against tho persons
or property of white persons, will be
brought to trial before a Military
Commission; thc accused will bo
taken into military custody, and the
evidenco in the case, with charges,
forwarded to these Headquarters.
A Large Turtle
ffl?^- WILL DE SERVED UP FOR
flWSKfr LUNCH, ut tho Cungaroo I!.
Of*''?ntaurant, adjoining tho Post
Ofiieo, THIS DAV, from ll until 1 o'clock.
April 21 1_N. B1KAGHI.
ALL COMMUNICATIONS intended for
brother B. RUSH CAMPBELL, (thc
Grand Lecturer of tho Grand Lodge, )
should he directed to tho caro of Nv. T.
Walter, Columbia, S. C., until othorwiso
ordered. April 23
t TUE NEW YORK HEMII.P.-Tho
Herald removed its immense estab?
lishment to its new locatian, on the
corne? of Ann street and Broad way?
on Saturday. From its. editorial on
tho subject, in its Sunday issue, we
extract the following paragraph:
"Tho chango from the old Herald
buildings, which wo UavO occupied
for the last twenty-four years, to the
new, was effected last night, quietly,
safely nnd without accident or mis?
hap. In former years, when we
moved our oflioo of publication, wo
wcro compelled to suspend ferr a day
or more, in order to get settled in,our
now quarters. Now our resources aro
such that wo have transferred from
ono building to another our whole
immense establish men t i a a few hours,
and without delaying by a single
niiuuto tho regular issue of our paper.
But for tho deserted nppearaneo of
tho old corner, and tho lifo and acti?
vity about the new building, no ono
would know that the Herald, with its
vost business, diversified interests,
powerful mrtfchinery and army of em?
ployees, had mado in a singlo night a
change in its place of publication."
GKAXITEVTI?LE FACTORY.-At the
aunual meeting of tho stockholders
of tho Graniteville Manufacturing
Company, held on tho 18th, tho fol
lowinggeutlemen were elected officers
for the ensuing year: President
Wm. Gregg. Directors-W. L. Tren
holm, Charleston; James P. Boyce,
Greenville; Wm. Gregg, jr., Aiken;
A. B. Davidson, Charlotte; H. H.
Hickman, Augusta; H. R. Banks, sr.,
Charleston; Ephraim Tweedy, Au?
gusta. The meeting "was quite large,
and the reports of the President and
Treasurer very . satisfactory to tho
Ale, Ale, Ale !
IIAVING BEEN APPOINTED
FOR THE SALE OF
Bass' Cream Ale !
IN stone jugs, of superior quality, wo
now offer tho sam J * J the trade at tho
low price of TWO DOLLARS per dozen.
Warranted in overy respect.
Clagett & Co.'s XXX CREAM ALE, in
barrels and half barrels. Applv to
LEVIN ? MIKELL,
Sole Agents, Washington street.
GENERAL SUP'TS OFFICE,
CHARLOTTE ?fc a. C. RAILROAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, S. C., April 28, 1867?
ON TO RICHMOND, via tho Charlotte
and South Carolina Railroad. Partios
wishing to attend tho MEMORIAL BA?
ZAAR, now hoing held at Richmond, oro
informed that ROUND TRIP TICKETS aro
on sale at tho officoof this Company. Price
".20. Baggage checked through.
0. B?UKNIGHT. Gen'l Sup't.
E. R. DORSEY, Gen'l Froight and Tr'p'n
Agent. April 24 ?
Forty-fourth Annual Statement
OF Hie condition of tho NORTH AME?
RICAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, of ibo citv of New York, January 1,
Cash capital.$500,000 00
Loans on bond and mortgage,
beiug first lien on Real Estate,
worth over 50 per cent, above
tho amount loaned.$203,660 00
Stocks, Bonds and other securi?
ties Owned by tho Company
market valuo."... 883,740 00
Cash in bank' and office.. 16,119 34
Loans on dornend with collat'l. 29,800 00
Premiums duo and outstanding. 11,809 95 i
Cash in agents' hands in course
of transmission. 15,871 03
Interest due and accrued on se?
curities.'. 16,512 35
Bills Receivable. 3,318 36
Duo from city of New York for
taxes paid on U. S. securities. 8,125 08
Other assots of Company. 36,041 <>6
Total assets.... :.$755,057 77
Losses unpaid. $55,Cr>2 37
JAMES W. OTIS, President.
R. W. BLEECKER, Secretarv.
J. GRISWOLD, Gen i Agent.
H. E. NICHOLS & CO., Agents,
April 24 j ' ' _Columbia, S. C.
FLOUE! FLOUR! !
QK BliLS. "PRIDE OF THE SOUTH;"
j?*J an extra article for bakers.' Low for
cash. JOHN C. SEEGERS & CO.
April 21 . . . _
SMALL HOUSE FORSALET"
MTHE PRESBYTERIAN MISSION
CHAPEL, on tho square South of the
Asylum; suitable for a Bunill family
residence. Applv to R. L. BRYAN.
THE ROOM over the store of Thomson
Earle. Applv to
April 1'.)_A LIT. E D TO L LESON.
THE apartments over Hie stores of
7VT ? Kenneth .v Gibson and the sub
M' ft scriber. Possession given ?mme
I diatelv. l'or ternis, ?tc., inquire of
i April 1?) _ JAS. DROWN.
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE.
PERSONS indebted to the estate of tho
lato <;. Ii. STARLING, will make pay
I ment of the same to tho subscriber; per?
sons having demands against the estate,
I will band thom in as soon as possible,pro
I perry attest' rt. JAMES G. GIBBES,
April 10 finio Administrator.
j Violin and Guitar
ALARGE and CHOICE SELECTION of
GENUINE ITALIAN STRINGS; also,
a line assortinont of Violin Bows, Bridges,
Screws, Buttons and Tail Pieces. Just
received a* E. POLLARD'S.
April 7 mw21
AFTER FUNDS.-The radicals of
Tennessee have agents traveling in
the North and West, soliciting funds
with which to prosecute tho canvass
in that State. They aro monstrous
patriots, those Tennessee radicals,
but you never catch ono of them
wearing himself out, unless ho cnn
see money in the operation.
PAKDONS.-Nearly every day a few
pardons aro issued, principally to
that class of individuals who come
under tho first and thirteenth ex?
ceptions of tho proclamation, tho
petty officer, and $20.000 clauses,
and a few aro occasionally granted of
a moro important character
[Ntiic York Herald.
THE FRANKING PKIVITJBOE.-Chief
Justico Chase does not enjoy tho
franking privilege. Persons sending
him applications for registers in
banruptcy will bear this in mind, and
thus save their papers from going to
tho dead letter office.
Tho Anderson (Texas) Record re?
ports that a party of negroes went to
Bryan's Station, and attempted to
rescue another negro, wlio was iu
custody. Five of the imrty wero
killed on tho spot and three of them
soon after hung.
NEW YORK.-Tho World, of the
16th, says: Ciimo is rampant in the
city just now, as will be seen by our
local columns. lu addition to two
suicides, thcro were two deaths from
Jerry Reed shot and killed a young
?mn named William Mcntzer, at the
Augusto race-course, on Monday
night. Recd made his escape.
Tire robbers around Atlanta have
becomo so numerous aud daring that
tho country people have ceased to
trade with thc town.
E. E. JACKSON.
April 2:1,_ 2
Ul . STOLEN from tho subscriber's
i&Xft residence, in tho upper part of
?nn?fT Richland fourteen miles from Co?
lumbia, on tho Winnsboro Roa I, two
MULES-ono a dark-colored stud mule,
with scars on his postern Joint, and had
been shod. Tho other a largo bay maro
mule, rather long for her height, short
head, but no marks recollected. Tho
mules wore tracked nearly to Columbia.
A suitable reward will he given for their
return. TIIOS. W. ENTZMINGER.
Threshing and Ginning.
IAM prepared to mako engagements to
any extent for THRESHING WHEAT
. and OATS. Also, for GINNING COTTON.
Parties within twenty miles of Columbia
wishing mo to servo them wiUpleabo notify
mc at onco. Torms moderate.
W. B. LOWRANCE,
April 21_Columbia, S. C.
-1 f\CASES CONCENTRATED LYE, for
l\J making Soap. Tho best and most
economical now iu usc. For salo LOW, by
tho case, dozen or singlo box, by
April 21_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Ale! Ale! '.
C)f\ BBLS. best quality PALE ALE,
?\J each containing ten dozen pints, at
$2.25 por dozen, by tho barrel, or ?2.50 per
dozen in leas quantities. For sale bv
April 21_J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Ladies, Please Notice.
^fl,. UMBRELLAS,- PARA
?apSgfrSOLS, FANS and JEWELRY*
IP "?31 noatly repaired. .
Ifcj3l New FANS made for those,
CLOCKS repaired, cleaned and warrant?
ed, by J. E. LUMSDEN,
Corner Ladv and Assembly streets.
DYES FOR EASTER EGGS.
PREPARE YOUR EGGS FOR EASTER.
AU colors, ready for uso. at
FISHER & HEINITSH'S,
4 *' LEMONS.
April 21 JOHN C. SELGERS A CO.
TWENTY tubs and firkins GOSHEN
BUTTER, at reduced prices.
15 bblB. Hocker's Self-raising FLOUR.
5 " Milk, Butter, Wino and Sugar
3 tierces DIAMOND HAMS. And for
salebv. C. IL BALDWIN ACO.
April 19 _
DR. R. W. G115BES has" removed to
Melvin M. Cohen's residence, near
East end of Washington street, opposito
tho '[Orphan House." April 12 imo
Ale, Ale, Ale!
ONE HUNDRED dozen JEFFREY'S
100 doz. BASS' ALE. For sale nt ;2.'J5
per dozen, in packages of eight and ton
dozen. For sal?; by the package only
When you order," do not fail to send tho
cash. Delivered to Railroad Depots froo
of charge ALFRED TOLLESON.
-I (\ PIECES SUMMER CASSIMERES,
XU at 37Ao. per yard.
lo pieces LINEN DUCK, at 37jc. per yd.
1 doz. Black Silk basques.
1 " " Baron Shawls.
1 " Colored, Baron Shaw!". For sale
cheap. ALFRED TOLLESON.
BY THE EMILY SOUCEK.
ASELECTED STOCK of verv cr "'dient
FRENCH BON-BONS, CREAM CHO?
COLATES, JELLY CAKES, Ac, at
Plain street, near Central House.
JOB PRINTING.-Tho Job Ofiioe of
the Phoenix is as complete as any in
the South. It is furnished with new
fonfis of type of all descriptions and
of tho.most modern styles. All work
executed promptly, with tasto aud
skill, and at reasonable rates.
Persons of infirm health and suiaU
mcaus will be pleased to learn that
Messrs. Levin & Mikell ha\c reduced
the price of their XX ale to $2 per
Snow POSTERS, HANDBILLS, kc.
Our supply of typo and facilities of
press-work enable us to turn out from
tho Phoenix oftiee the most attractive
styles of posters, hand-bills, kc, at .
short notice, and in tho most satis?
EASTER. ELECTIONS EOE TRINITY
CHURCH.-Church Wardens-Dr. M
LaBordo, Col. A. R. Taylor.
Vestrymen-Wade Hampton, John
H. Preston, Wm. Reynolds, Thomas
Taylor, B. W. Gibbes, E. H. Heiu
itsh, J. P. Thomas, Thomas Davis,
Walter Gregg, Clarko Waring.
Delegates to Convention.-Dr. Wm.
Reynolds, Dr. E. H. Hcinitsh, Capt.
J. P. Thomas, Walter Gregg, Esq.
Secretary and Treasurer*-Walter
Gregg; olnco at Gregg k Co.'s.
CARDS! GARDS!-Show cards, busi?
ness cards, visiting and wedding
cards, executed at the Phoenix Job
Office, in the neatest styles of the
art. Cards of all sizes constantly
on hand, and all orders from town or
country promptly attended to.
DEACON LONGSIGHT" What do you
think of the weather, Deacon?"
"Ah, me! I'm thankful to hear
lallat there's such a thiug as weather.
Thero haint been for weeks, as I've
seen. Ah, me! there can't bo any
craps made with sich sputtering and
uncertain weather as we'vo had for a
long time. The sun is offended with
the yeth, wont look on it muoh^4firi
the clark of the weather aint in the
samo notion fifteen -minutes at a
time. Ah, me! why don't Congress
take it in hand, and legislate on it,
and disfranchise it ef it don't do
cial and other circulars, in the various
forms-note, letter and commercial
post-neatly printed in our Job
Office, and all work of this descrip?
tion finished in thebest style of print?
ing, and at moderate prices.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Attention ii call?
ed to tho following advertisements, which
aro published this morning for the 5rst
N. Biraghi-Tnrtlo Soup Thia Day.
Levin Sc Mikoll-Ale at Reduced Price.
North American Piro Insurance Co.
Fino Steamer Kate for Charleston.
Charlotte Railroad-On to Richmond.
Hostotter's Stomach Bittors.
W. T. Walter-Auction This Morning.
Long tales are usually uninteresting, but
all consumers will be bonelu'od and inte?
rested by reading thc entire advertisement
and then examining the stock of Mr. R.
THE FINE STEAMER
A T ?3 ,
IRON-CLAD AND COPPERED,
WILL sail from Granbv Falla to
Charleston, SUNDAY, tho 28th of
April, at fi o'clock a. m. For paasaco, ap?
ply to the Captain. April 24 1
ALONZO REESE, Barber,
TAKES pleasuro in informing his old
patrons, and tho public generally, that
ho can bo found at tho Barber Shop con?
nected with thc Central Hotel, where he
will be most happy to reader thc n any ser
vico they may require in thia li'.e.
~ NEW PIANO MUSIC.
AN assortment of the latest POLKAS,
WALTZES, MARCHES, Songs from
tho Operas; also, Easy Songs for Begin?
ners. For salo at
April 5 R. L. BRYAN.
371XTRA SUGAR-CURED HAMS,
li Sugar-cured Breakfast Strips.
Sides, Shoulders, Sic., at lowest mark(.
prices. For sale by
April ll _ GEO. SYMMERS.
NEW SHEET MUSIC.
AFRESH SUPPLY of tho latest popu?
lar Songs, Waltzes, Polkas, Sehe"..
t isi hes.
Also, Music Rooks, Music Taper, Sec.
We bavo every facility at our command
for procuring, with despatch, any Musk
that cannot bo kept constantly (Vi band.
Music to any address by mail without
DUFFIE A- CHAPMAN, Booksellers,
Townsend A North's Old Stand.
~f\ BBLS. FLOUR, assorted-from fin*
?jv" to extra family.
20 bbla. Peach Blow Potatoes-in fine
No. 1 Mackerel- in barrels and kits.
Just received, and for sale l>v
April ll_ GEO. BYMMERS
ONE HUNDRED bbls. SUPER. FLOUR,
just received and for salo at GREAT?
LY REDUCED PRICES-lower tlnuHtcan
ho brought from Charleston.
April 17 J. Sc T. fi. AG1\E