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Sunday Morning, June 2, 1867.
Tile Fenian? One? More.
The irrepressible Feniaus aro rep?
resented as again about to try their
hand on Canada. Tho New York
"Wo learn from undoubtod sources
that tho Fenians aro really deter?
mined to mako another raid upon
. -Canada. Wo aro unable, from tho
crowded state of our columns, to
give tho particulars to-day; but our
neighbors over tho border may rest
assured that they had better got their
shot-guns in order and koop their
powder dry. These disturbances are
to be regretted, but the moral they
teach should be heeded by the Cana?
dians. They oannot expeot perma?
nent peace until they cast their lot
with the great North American Re?
public. What say yon, friends over
What humbug! If the deluded
masses of the Irish in New York or
other Northern cities are so weak
minded and foolish as to believe that
they can in any way benefit their
native land, OL in this manner make
tho slightest forward stop in reliev?
ing her from what they call "British
misrule," then, indeed, are they not
only misled, but are moro effectually
forging stronger fetters for her, and,
very probably, manufacturing halters
for themselves-those of them, at
least, who do not get killed in the
English loniency need not bo ex?
pected to continue patient much
longer, and every futile attempt
against that Government only puts
off the day of Ireland's freedom-if,
indeed, that day should ever come.
At all events, now is not tho time to
make tho experiment; let the excited
and reckless men, who would rush to
their own destruction, calmly await
the progress of events, rememberiug
tho old saying, that "England's ne?
cessity is Ireland's opportunity." As
for the foolish suggestion of the
World, it is akin to the advice given
to a young lady as to the best way of
getting rid of a disagreeable suitor,
and that was, to marry him. The
treatment of "rebels" in this coun?
try is not much moro lenient than
that of the Government whose op?
pression the unhappy Irish have de?
nounced for centuries past. Might
is right, as the Feniaus ought to
know by this time, both from their
own experience and those still badder
lessons which the history of nil such
up-risings against British authority
Au Eye to Hu tim s,.
It will be remembered that, some
days ago, we had tho news that the
Emperor of Brazil had abolished
slavery throughout his dominions. A
few days after that, we had a contra?
diction of the statement in tolo.
Now it seems that the Emperor had
received a petition asking that the
institution be abolished, to which ho
has given no reply.
?Some of our cotemporaries think
that tho whole matter was gotten up
by some cute Yankee, to stop North?
ern emigration to that country. We
observe in our exchanges that lately
the enterprising Northerners were
emigrating in large numbers-tho
reason alleged being that they aro
stimulated by the idea that slavery
being dead in this country, and they
having tried the experiment South to
some extent, they find that raising
cotton by freed labor is not very pro?
fitable, and they therefore rush to
Brazil, to engage in that business
with slavery, to compete with tho
cotton planters of the South, who
must roly solch* upon free negroes
for labor in the field. Nobody but a
smart, enterprising Northern mau
would have over thought of going so
far to invest his capital in cotton ;
raising, when the institution they
abolished at home is still the preva?
lent and profitable labor in the busi?
A JULY SESSION.-A Washington
?despatch, to the Baltimore Sun, says:
An energetic effort is mado by the
impeachment party and Mr. Sumner
and others to bring a sufficient num?
ber of members of Congress here in
July, to form a quorum of both
houses. Mr. Sumner says he only
remains here himself to help mako i
up tho quorum, and, if possible, pass
a law to givo suffrage to the negroes
in tho Northern States and in the
Territories. Thirty-three letters to
members were sent off yesterday hy?
the impeachment party, urging them I
to come on, and a large number have I
been written to by Mr. Sumner, who
urges them to come in aid of his suf?
Ttk? Right Kind or Missionaries.
We noticed, some time ago, that a
party of Pennsylvania capitalists had
visited Virginia for the purpose of
iuvesting largoly in lands and manu?
factories ia that State. "We uow no?
tice, with great gratification, in some
of our" Georgia exchanges, that a
party of about forty Northern gen?
tlemen, representing about $20,000,
000 capital, will visit that State, eurlj
in September, for the purpose of in?
vesting in improved and unimproved
lands, in nud near the route of tho
Atlantic and Gulf Railroad, if they
eau bo purchased on reasonable
terms. Their ulterior object is to
fouud a settlement or colony of
Northern farmers, who aro to culti?
vate tho lands as tenants for a speci?
fied term of yeors, when they will be
These are tho sort of missionaries
the South now really needs, and all
such will be welcomed most cordially,
and very soon learn what is tho
genuine old-fashioned hospitality her
people have been so long famed for.
They will also discover the utter
worthlessness and unreliability of the
stories of the fanatical emissaries and
itinerant Bohemians, which a portion
of their press delight to employ to
regularly regalo and edify their read?
ers. Let the work of reconstruction
bo taken out of the hands of their
base party politicians, and prosperity
would follow in an incredibly short
space of time.
SOME HOPEFUL SIGNS.-The New
York Journal of Commerce chronicles
a hopeful sign of improvement iu
tho general interests of the country.
"It is fouud iu the altered tone of
feeling among those prominent busi?
ness men who have heretofore acted
with tho extremists of tho dominant
party. We notice unmistakable signs
within a few days that the eyes of
some of these gontlemeu are open to
the probable future, iu case the poli?
tical radicals are longer entrusted
with thc management of political
affairs; aud tho costly tuition under
which so many have recently been
brought is evidently producing its
legitimate effect. This may lead to
nothing beyond a tempornrj-restraint
upon those measures from which the
country is now suffering; but, as the
re-actiou must come at last, we seo
no reason why it may not have be
guu now, not to be arrested until
peace is restored to all parts of our
loud, and trade is released from tho
oppressive load under which it is
The actual condition of business is '
still one of great depression, trade in
the necessaries, as well as the luxu?
ries, being very languid.
The Camden branch of the South
Carolina Railroad was finally com?
pleted Saturday last, aud on Monday
a train of cars heavily laden with
freight passed over its whole length,
much to the gratification of the Cam
deuites, who have been deprived of
railroad facilities siuce the "Great
TRUTH FITLY STOKES.-Au ex?
change has the following paragraph:
lu the late struggle for independ?
ence, says a practical writer, the
I North conquered the South. A greater
j and more signal victory remains for
the South to conquer herself. Old
pursuits are to be changed, old habits
abandoned, and her prejudices must
be weeded out before she can again
renew her prosperous career. Mr.
Carey has laid down an axion in po?
litical economy whic time and expe?
rience demonstrate: "A country
which grows and exports its raw pro?
ductions, must end by exporting its
inhabitants, or starve." Last year,
tho South planted cotton, to the ne?
glect of corn and grain; uow, large
districts are destitute-no bread to
eat. The lesson is too dear to be lost.
Florida, owing to the goodness of
her climate, abundance of fish and
game, is in a measure exempt from
the calamity weighing so heavily
upon South Carolina and Georgia.
Still she shares in the general dis?
-? ? ? ?
. CROPS IN FAIRFIELD.-The Winns
boro jvl'/r.,-, of Saturday, says:
"So far as we learn, the wheat
crop is still promising a large yield.
Corn is growing well, and cotton is
not as much damaged as wo feared it
would be, in consequence of the con?
tinued cold weather."
-? ? ? >
ENCOURAGING IMMIGRANTS. -The
Winnsboro News says:
"We find in the report of the Bu?
reau of Immigration, a copy of
which has reached us, a letter from
Mr. ?James R. Aiken, of this town, to
Mr. Wagoner, in which Mr. Aiken
makes a very liberal offer of 500 acres
of land, for the benefit of immigrants,
on tho most liberal terms."
A self-propelling steam fire engine j
hus been completed in Manchester, ,
N. H., and made n successful trial I
trip through the streets.
A negro in Virginia is gradually
turning white. Daring the seven
days' fight around Riohmond, he ob?
served a small white spot on his arm.
This has inoreased until one-third of
his body is white, and the skin is soft
as an infant's. Ho ought to hurry
and register.before it is too late.
Rev. Joseph Li ndsley, the pious
clergyman who whipped his little boy
to doath because the child would not
say his prayers, and who was, in con?
sequence, sentenced to the State pri?
son of New York, has been released
on bail for n new trial.
The Massachusetts shoe business
has improved considerably from the
inactivity of the winter and early
spring. In Lynn, tho factories arc
doing a very brisk business, and the
establishments in Boston nrc quite
A correspondent states that Mr.
Peabody was satisfied, before he left
the United States, that what he has
done for London will be surpassed by
two of his opulent friends for the city
of New York.
COLOREO REGISTRARS.-Wo under?
stand that Robert Harper has been
appointed to assist Messrs. Hall and
Levy, as City Registrars, and Win.
Hale as assistant for the County.
City Fire Department.
THE regular monthly meeting
of this Department will bo held
JjgJ^TO-MORROW EVENING, 8il
^tP^trZ- just., at 8o'eloek. Bv order:
Juno 2 1 C. F. HARRISON, Si*'y,
Flour, Corn & Meal.
ONE HUNDRED bushels fresh Kilu
20 bags line COUNTRY FLOUR-low.
1,000 bushels CORN.
40 " RYE.
Juno 2 3 JAMES G. GIBBES.
Notice is Hereby Given,
THAT tho Vestry and Church Warden;
of Trinity Church, Columbia, S. C.
will present their potition, on the 2d tlaj
of August next, to his Honor Chancello!
Carroll, sitting nt chambers in Columbia
S. C., for a renewal, for fourteen yearB, o
tho CHARTER incorporating said'Church
The capital stock of tho said corporat'oi
m real estate to be $40,000. This notici
and tho said petition being in pursnaucso
thc Act of Assembly, approved the 20tl
dav of December, 18GG.
FICKLING A TOPE,
June 2 mw2mo Att'vs for Petitioner!'.
TO SOUTHERN MERCHANTS
IF von desire to supply yourselves forth
FALL and WINTER* TRADE, with tli
VERY BEST DESCRIPTIONS and STYLE
AND WITH THE MOST DURABLE
Jeans and Kersey Fabrics
AU free from shoddy and other imptiritic
Order samples from tho subscriber, an
thoy will be forwarded, with prices attacl
od, during tho months of July aud Augus
From these samples you can make voi
selections and return your orderH; and tl
goods will be forwarded direct from tl
manufactory. JOHN A. YOUNG,
President, Charlotte, N. C.
R?CKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS
OPENED JUNE 1.
THIS favorite and dolightfnl WATE1
ING-PLACE, having undergono th
rough renovation, ia prepared to recer*
visitors. The owners have made evei
effort in tho ou tilt and equipment to re
der tho place moro than ever attractive
those in quest of recreation, while to tl
invalid its medicinal waters hold out nc
hopes of health. It may bo confident
claimed for them that they have in a gre
many cases relieved, and in many mo
cases cured, the following diseases: Sur
fula, and many chronic cutaneous disease
Chronic Thrush, Bronchitis, Dyspepsi
Ohroniu Diarrbira, Dropsy, Affections
Kidney and Bladder, and Piles; and,
connection with the hot baths, Citron
As an appetizer, a tonie and general i
storative to an enfeebled constitution, it
perhaps unrivalled amongst mineral w
The proprietors have engaged for tl
approaching season a very superior R:i:
of Music, both for the Lawn and the Ru
Tho Billiard and Bowling Suloons, bo
for ladies and gentlemen, will be found
more complete order than cvor before.
From the very extensive preparado
now making at "all tho lending Virgil
Springs, n heavy travel is anticipated, a
WO think will be atlractod. It snail be t
aim of the undersigned to keep tin
establishment FULLY UP TO THE FOH
MOST, and they hope to seo a renewal
the social re-unlons which in former vc?
lent such a charm to these mountain i
Passengers by the Virginia ContralRi
road get off tho ears at Goshen Dep
Eight miles of staging over a ?mooth ni
lands them at the .Springs.
*3~ Board $3.50 per dav; ?OOper mom
Wc 1 ia ve secured tho officient services
dipt. WM. H. SALE, so long and favoral
known to tho public, iii connection w:
FRAZIER & RANDOLPH, Prop'rs
PURCELL LAD!) 4 ci)., Richmond;
A. B. BUCKER, Lynchburg;
COLEMAN A ROGERS, Baltimore:
II EG EM AN .V CO., New York;
Agents for sale of the Water and Mr
or balts. __ June 2 :)
,_, A HOUSE on Assembly stn
Mnext to the Catholic Church, e.
taining six largo rooms. Juno
The Subscriber has Returned
TO Ids OLD STAND, at tin corner
Plain and Marion streets. Ho temi
bis professional services to tho i nba
tauts of Columbia and ils vicinity, ?
will attend promptly to ALL CAL!
cither in the DAY or NIGHT. Ollie ho
from 12 to I.
Juno 1 DJ H. TUE/,KVANT, M. I:
1CASK FRENCH WINE VINEGAR.
8 bids, pure CIDER
For snh- by E. A G. D. HolT
DU. R. W. GIRRES has returned to
lumbia and resumed his practice,
sidenee *t Mr. Melvin M. Cohen's, E
end of Washington street, opposite
Orphan House. May 10 lin
Confederate Colonel ?. J. Lay, of
Virginia, died in New Orleans, on the
8th, from the effects of a wound re?
ceived in one of the battles near
Richmond, three years ago.
Norfolk, Va., has set a good exam?
ple of enterprise for her sisters of thc
Southern seaboard. She has opened
a direct and heavy trude with Liver?
A Minnesota man realized from his
wheat crop, last year, more thnn twice
the amount paid for bis farm tho year
The Republican party in New Or?
leans hus split into "Radicals" and
Gen. Swayno has given notice that
no uegroes will bo appointed on the
Maine papers are horrified at the
increase of divorces iu that State.
XJ. S. Government Claim Office.
SOLDIERS, SAILORS and all other per?
sona having claims against tho Govern?
ment, take notice that I collect additional
bounty, increased pensions, bael* pay and
old bounty duo soldiers or their heir?; pay
for horses and equipments owned by sol?
diers, lost in service, and forty cents per
diem for usc of same while in servico, und
commutation of rat ?otis due soldiers while
prisoners of war. Wo obtain Land War?
rants for soldiers or officers who served
fourteen days or more in Mexican, Florida
or any Indian war, tho Aroostook and war
of 1812, or were engaged in ono battle in
any of said wars. Prize money, bag mo?
ney, naval bounty and pensions collected
Colored soldiors, seamen and their heirs
are entitled to additional bounty, to pen?
sions, prize money and naval bounty, as
tho same paid to white persons.
Collect ollie- rs' three months'pay proper
and arrears of pay, settle their accouuts
with the Government, together with claims
for additional pay for servants, now due
all officers since ISM. Also, collect claims
for property taken for the use of thc army,
whether vouchers aro given or not. Call
or ad ress, enclosing stamp,
United Stales Claim Agent,
Post Oftice Bol 490, Charleston, S. C.
Juno 2 tC
Daily Trains on Blue Ridge Railroad.
SUPT'S OFFICE G. A C. R. R.,
COLUMBIA, May so, 180".
ON and after tho 1st day of June, the
Trains of tho Greenville and Columbia
Railroad Company will be rnu daily (Sun?
days excepted) over the Rino Ridge Rail?
road, betweon Anderson and Walhalla, to
connect with the up and down trains of the
Greenville Railroad. R. SLOAN.
June 2 to_Sup. G. A C. R. li.
5J \ BBLS. and Sacks N. C. FLOUR-a
V. " superior article.
00 sacks Fresh Ground MEAL, from
"Charlotte Steam Mills,'' in tw-> bushel
1,000 bushels prime White and Yellow
CORN. For sale bv
June 1 3 " E. STENHOUSE.
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
TUBS choice GOSHEN MAY BUTTER.
10 boxes E. D. and Cutting CHEESE.
For sale bv E. A G. D. HORE.
jr CASKS primo SHERRY WINE, for sale
tJ low to dealers. E. A G. D. HOPE.
"I f\ HHDS. primo Cleur Rib BACON
JLvf SIDES, just received and for sale at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, by the
hogshead, or at retail, bv
May 22 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
CARDS! CARDS!-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 baud, and all orders from town or
country promptly attended to.
Sodawater, Porter and Ale.
HAVING commenced tho manufacture
and bottling of SODAWATER, POR?
TER and ALE, I am now prcparod to lill
all orders from tho city and country en?
trusted to my care, with promptness. All
orders must bo accompanied with the mo
ney, as my terms aro strictly cash.
P. ). Rox 28, Columbia, S. C.
ne- Newberry Herald, Spartanburg Es
press, Chester Standard, Greenville Moan
tainui- and Anderson Intelligencer copy
four times, and forward bills immediately.
DR. CUMMINGS' NEW BOOK,
rpm: LAST WARNING CRY-II.SO.
JL ECCE DECO, with Controversial
Notes on Ecco Homo-$1.50.
Louisa Muhlback'a Merchant of Berlin.
.Ti.esh II and His Court.
Frederick Groat and His Court.
Frederick the Great and His Family,
Frederich tho Great and His Friends.
New supplies of st. Elmo.
Woman in White and Armadale; bv
And other select novels.
DUFFIE & CHAPMAN,
Booksellers, Townsoad A North's
May 23 Old Stand, Columbia.
No. 1 Mackerel,
AT wholesale and retail. Fresh and fat.
May 17 J. C. SEEGERS A CO.
LONDON LAYER RAISINS.
AVERY choice article, at wholesale and
retail. JOHN C. SEEGERS .v CO.
Flour! Flour! !
A r*V\/A LBS COUNTRY FLOUR a
-jb-.^Jv "v" prime article. Low for cash.
" May 17 JOHN C. BEEPERS A 00.
ALONZO REESE respectfully informs
bis patrons that be bas opened a
HAIR-DRESSING SA LOON, on Main
street, next door to thu Pollock House,
SHAVING, SHAMPOOING and HAIR
CUTTING promptly attended to.
MaV 2d Imo
POST OFFICE HOCES.-The oflico is
opon from 8 n. m. until 31.; r>. m.,
and from G uutil 7 p. m. Tho North?
ern mail closes at 8'J p. m., find all
other mails close at 8 p. m.
HARPER FOR JUNE.-Wo are indebt?
ed lo Mr. J. J. MoCarter for a copy
of Harper's Magazine, for June. It
is profusely illustrated. "My Second
Childhood" will be appreciated by a
TRIAL OF HEATERS.-Wc have been
requested to state that tho Wood and
Buck-eye Reapers will have a trial, in
competition, on Mr. J. M Crawford's
wheat field, near Boundary street, on
Monday afternoon, at -i o'clock. All
persons interested are invited to bo
NEW HOSE BEEL.-We learn offi?
cially that tho New York firemen will
ship a new and splendid hose reel to
this city ou the 22d of this month. It
will be in every respect equal to that
destroyed, and will prove to their
Columbia brethren that their word is
equivalent to their bond, and a pro?
mise once made must be fulfilled.
A LITERARY JOURNAL.-The Gleaner
is a largo eight pago quarto journal,
and from thc first line on the first
column of the first pnge to the last
lino on the forty-eighth column, it
abounds with select matter; em?
bracing, besides thc news of the
week, choice tales, sketches and
poetry, which make it, as its name
indicates, a true "home companion,"
which no family in the State should
SOUTHERN ASYLUM LAND COMPA?
NY.-This is tho name of an associa?
tion which has boon chartered by the
Legislature of Mississippi, which is
authorized to buy and sell lands, or
dispose of them by chalice. Tho
company is located at Hernando,
Miss., and the Memphis Bulletin
states that it now holds not less than
SI,000,000 worth of property. The
purpose of the company seems to bo
two-fold-to found an asylum for
Southern widows and orphans, and
to sub-divide plantations, and to dis?
tribute the richest lauds among im?
migrants, small farmers and garden?
ers. The board of directors embrace
many well known and prominent citi?
zens of the State. The region is ad?
mirably adapted for grape-growing.
Tho first distribution or drawing
takes place in July. Mr. * "? G.
Gibbes is agent for this city, id will
furnish all desired informatu
BOCK ISLAND GOODS.-We call
attention of th-i merchants of our
city and Stato to the card of tho Pre?
sident of the Bock Island Manufac?
turing Company of North Carolina.
We have before us a number of sam?
ples of the goods the establishment
turns out. They embrace a large
variety of beautiful all-wool cassi
meres, and of very durable jeans and
kerseys. Some of tho specimens of
the cassimeres are equal to those im?
ported, in texture and elegance of
finish, comprising beautiful black,
grey mixed and striped.
One thing may be relied on as to
these goods, they aro what they are
represented to be, and are not like
those from most of the Northern
factories, the worthlessness of which
has earned them tho contemptuous
name of shoddy, and whoso beauty
is not even skin deep, but disappears
with the first good wetting it re?
ceives, while its durability is simply
a mockery. We trust our merchants
will lay in a plentiful supply of these
home manufactures, ns they have
every advantage over the imported
articles. They, at the samo time :
that they thus supply tho masses with
cheap and durable goods, render the
South the highest service, in that de- i
partment of prosperity and industry :
in which she most needs the aid and :
support of her own people. Let our
merchants, then, forward their orders j
to Mr. Young, the President of the j
Company, in good season, that they
may be on hand in good time for Hie .
DBBOW'S REVIEW.-The April and I
May numbers of this Magazine are !
published in one issue. B. (r. Barn?
well and E. Q. Bell, its present edi?
tors, announce a temporary suspen- i
sion of its issue, in consequence of I
thc death of its former editors and '
proprietors, the Messrs. DeBow.
They assure subscribers that the
magazine will not be allowc d to pe?
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAY.
Trinity Church-Dov. P. J. Shand,
! ector, 10 j .j a. rn. and Gp. m.
Presbyterian Church-Rev. W. E.
Bogga, Pastor, 10'.j a. m. and 3??p. ru.
St. Peter's Church-Rev. J. J.
O'Connell, IO1.J n. m. and 3*$i p. m.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev.
Rev. D. J. Simulons, 10'.. a. m.
Rev. Whitefoord Smith, D' D., 0
Marion Street Church-Rev. Wm.
Martin, 10>.< a. m. Rev. D. J. Sim?
mons, 5 p. m.
Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Rey?
nolds, 10}., a. m. and S p. m.
Lutheran Lecture Room-Rev. A.
R. Rude, 10'... a. m.
Christ Church Congregation, (Rap- f
tist Church)-Rev. J. M. Bringle, 5 ?
BLUE RIDOE RAILROAD.-A meetiug
of the stockholders of this road was
held at tho Mayor's office, in Charles?
ton, on the 31st ult. The President's
report of operations for the past year
shows a very encouraging and pros?
perous condition of affairs, and hopes
are entertained that the through cou
nectiou will soou be made. The con?
tract with the Greenville aud Colum?
bia Railroad Company, by which that
company takes a lease of tho Blue
Ridge and all its rolling stock and
appurtenances, was approved by tho
meeting. Bj* au advertisement in
another columu, it will be seeu that
this arrangement has already goue
into effect, and daily trains aro now
running between Anderson and Wal?
halla. This is a great convenience,
and the importance of it will bo fully
appreciated by all parties residing
along tho route.
NEW AOVEBTISEMENTS.-Attention is call?
ed to th?; following advertisements, which
are published this morniug for tho first
lt. C. Shiver-Groat Attraction.
J. G. Gibbes-Flour, Corn and Meal.
Trinity Church-Renewal of Charter.
ltockbr dgo Alum Springs.
John A. Young-Cassimeres, Jeans, Ac.
T. Hurley-U. S. Claim Agent.
R. Sloan-Daily Trains on Blue Ridge R.
Some four wooka ago, anticipating a
heavy decline in goods, Mr. R. C. Shiver
commenced his grand clearing sales, which
waa a success; for thc decline has como,
and with it a large lot of now goods. So
that his will bo the place to buy new goods
and at low prices.
THOMPSON'S GENUINE EYE WATER,
for sore and intlamod eyes.
McAllister's All-hoaling Salve-a valu?
able ointment for old sores.
Dalby'a Carminative for Children.
Fly Poison Paper, for instant death to
Harvey's Kat Plums, the rat Annihi?
"Harleam Oil," tho Dutch specitic-a
Extract Lemon and Vanilla, for flavoring.
Flea Powder, for inaects, ants, Ac.
Soothing Syrup, for children teething.
Sugar Plums, for worms-tho Pontoons.
Soda Water Powders, for a cool drink.
For sale by FISHER A HEINITSH,
AGOOD SERVANT, to cook and wash;
?a middle-aged woman preforred. For
one that will be acceptable, fair wages
paid promptly, either monthly or weekly.
Apply at tho "centro cottage, immediately
North of tho Charlotte Depot. May 31
STOCK .WD EXCHANGE BROKERS
OFFICE OF GREGG & CO.
FRESH GOODS !
ONE HUNDRED Davis, Jr., DIAMOND
Rbis. BREAKFAST BACON-choice.
" S C. SHOULDERS.
Hhds. rimo BACON. Just received and
for salo in quantities to suit, at lowest
market rates, bv
May 31 C. IL BALDWIN & CO.
SHOW POSTEKS, HANDBILLS, &C.
Our supply of type and facilities of
press-work enable us to turn out from
the Phoenix ollice the most attractive
styles of posters, hand-bills, Ac, at
short notice, and in the most satis?
Soda Fountain !
rrUIE subscriber takes pleasure in inform
1 mg bis friends and the public gene
rallv tha.t be baa opened a SODA WATER.
FOUNTAIN, at his old stand, on Assembly
street, opposite the new Market. The best
of Syrups kept constantly on hand. Also,
a general assoitniont of Sogars, etc?
May 2:? 0 JAS. CLENDINING
~f\ LOXES FRESH LEM? ?NS. at low
OU prices. J. C. SEEGERS A CO.
May lt) _
AFULL assortment of best Anchor
Brand BOLTING CLOTHS, on band
and for sale ?ow bv
May M J. A T. R. AGNEW.
HAMS, TONGUES, &c.
\ CHOICE Sugar-cured HAMS.
^U\/200 H.s. SMOKED REEF AND
SMOKED TON >l*E?C For salo low.
May : E. A G. P. HOPE.