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I Expressly"for Vie ??lumbia Phoenix. \
AUGUSTA, June 6.-A meeting of
th? citizens of Fulton and DeKalb
%1'ouutics was held in Atlanta, to
V>rm a Conservative Union party.
? preamble and resolution were
adopted, denouncing tho Sherman
bill as infamous, and preferring mili?
tary mle to organizing under its pro?
visions. The press of that city have
no sympathy -with the movement,
and pronounce it ill-timed and inju?
dicious. The feeling throughout
Georgia is to submit and organize
. under the mib'tary bill. The people
are Bick and tired of uncertainty and
agitation, and will conform to the re?
quirements of Congress in good
faith. The opposition will be incon?
siderable, and a great majority of the
people are in favor of voting for c
Hon. Joseph Henry Lutnpkin, ol
tho Superior Court of Georgia, died
at Athens, on the 4th.
CHAPEI? HJXJIJ, N. C., JuueC- Tin
Presidential party arrived hero thif
afternoon, and were welcomed by tin
President (Dr. Swaiu/*of the Uni
versily, who, in the course of hil
remarks, said that, in the ropublic o
letters, there would be no parties
and paid a high compliment to tin
honesty, integrity and administrativ*
ability of the Executive.
Presidont Johnson returned thank
for this manifestation of friendship
not only from the faculty and selia
lars of the University, but the larg?
concourso of citizens present.
CHARLESTON, Juno G.-Arrived
Sohooners Jessie Smith and S. C
Evans, New York; steamer Sea Gull
PETERSBURG, June 6.-A couver,
tion of the ohief officers of all th
impc -taut lines of railway in Virgini
and North Carolina (fifteen delegate
being present) met hero to-day, an
engaged in discussing a schedule b
which the time between New Yor
and Now Orleans may be shortened.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., June G.-T. (
Durant, late manager of the Unio
Pacifio Railroad, served an injun
tion against the further laying of tl
track. The extensive complicatioi
grow out of Durant's removal.
The citizens of Cottonwood a
ordered to remain as a home guai
for houses. Six men were killed r
. cently in the vicinity of tho town.
Tom. Little, arrested on auspicie
of beiug concerned in the lato Ric
mond bank robbery, was hanged 1
a mob at Warrensbnrg.
RICHMOND, June G.-The registi
tion of voters is directed to coi
menee in this city on the 17th ins
and continue one week.
NEW YOKE, June G.-The Directe
of tho Western Union Tolegra
Company, at a meeting held in tl
city, on tho 5th instant, unanimom
resolved to accede to the provisio
of the national telegraph law pass
by Congress, and directed that t
necessary notice be filed with i
Postmaster-Goneral immediately. '.
this action, tho Government v
acquire the right to purchase the co
pany's lines and property at' a vail
tion to be determined by conni
sioners-two to bc chosen by 1
company, two by the United Stat
and one by the other four-whone
Congress shall decide to make I
telegraph part of the postal systc
The company also acquires I
right to build and maintain th
lines along all the railroads n
Ihighways in the United State3 wh
have been, or shall hereafter be,
dared to be post roads, aud over
tho public lauds without charge,
has been claimed that the law nb
reverted to gives three import
privileges exclusively to another ct
pany. This is a mistake, as the \
visions are general; and as the W*
ern Union Company owns or coati
nearly all the lines in the counl
whatever value they possess must
greater to that company than tc* :
other. This action cannot fail
exert nu important and benefic
influence upon the interests of
telegraph company. If the Govt
ment shall hereafter decide to t
entire or even partial control of
business, it will undoubtedly \.
chuso or arrange for the uso of
linos and property of this conipn
which it is claimed could not nov
duplicated for a much larger ?
than is represented by the pre
price of tue stock.
WASHINGTON, Juno G.-The r
nue cutter Lincoln, stationed on
Pacifio coast, has orders to pre]
for a permanent cruise off Rns
America, to look after revenue.
Revenue receipts to-day SG22.C
Admiral Farragut had an attac
vertigo yesterday. He is bert
ranging to take command of
It is stated that Schofield's r
tration order meets Stanton's
Grant's approval. Grant has
warded a copy to Ord, for h is tl
tion-not officially, however.
Sheridan telegraphs as follov
Gen. Grant regarding tho progr<
registration in Louisiana:
NEW ORLEANS, June 4.-Gei
Grant, Commanding Armies of
United States: I have returns c
gistration from niest of the Par
of this State; also the reports o
officers of supervision, and ca
port to yon the greatest success
the best of feeling existing ai
x the people. P. H. SHERIDAN
The St. Paul Press promisee 15,
000,000 bushels of wheat from Min?
nesota this season. It says the area
of land put in wheat this year is
much greater than ever before, and
even in frontier settlements, where
the scarcity of seed prevails, four
times more land is sown to wheat
than last year.
The Boston Journal repudiates tho
utterances of Kelley, Hayward and
other Northern incendiary speakers,
and says that men who go about
familiarising the negroes with the
demand for confiscation, and persuad?
ing them of its justice should be dealt
with by military commandera as in?
The New York counterfeiters last
winter carried on their operations
in flatboats on the North and East
Rivers, where they eluded suspicion
by moving from point to point. It
is said they manufactured nearly
$500,000 in fractional currency alone,
most of whioh was sent South.
Matthew Lnflin, of Chicago, one of
tho heaviest Illinois tax-payers, has
commenced au attempt to stop the
erection of the 8250,000 State House,
voted by the last Legislature, by in?
stituting proceedings to test the con?
stitutionality of the Act.
Appleton Oaksmith, who was con?
victed years ago of being engaged
in the slave trade, recently made ap?
plication to the President for a par?
don, but his wife protesting against
it, the pardon was refused.
ATONEMENT.-Tho Sandwich Is?
landers are about to erect a monu?
ment iu honor of Captain Cooke, as
a slight atonement for the conduct ol
their forefathers in eating him.
A father in Charlevoix, Michigan,
accidentally cut his child's head oC
while engaged in chopping wood.
A sloop-of-war, to be called 'AL
gonia,' is about to be built at tin
Philadelphia navy yard.
Gen. Thomas advised thc Prcsi
dent to let Brownlow alone. A iel
low-feeling prompts his opinion.
Minnessota expects to yield 15,
000,000 bushels ol' wheat this year.
CO.UMERCIAL. AND FINANCIAL,.
NEW YOEE, June G-Noon.-Stock
heavy. Money 7. Gold 36%. Ster
ling-time, IO'; sight, 10',... Flou
25c. lower. Wheat drooping. Cori
2(_ 3c. lower. Pork lower, at 822.7?
Lard dull, at 12^(^18^'. Cottoi
dull aud declining; middlings 27'...
7 P. M.-Cotton dull add decline
>.Jc, with sales of 900 bales, at 27
Flour-State $email@example.com; Souther]
$10.75@1*2.50; fancy extra $12.60<'?
15.50. Wheat duM. Lardl2@13??
LONDON, June G-Noon.-Consol
94,'?. Bonds 72 3j.
LIVERPOOL, June G-Noon.-Col
ton quiet; estimated sales 10.00
bales; uplands ll.1 j; Orleans ll,?.;.
LIVERPOOL, June G-2 P. M.
Owing to large receipts from th
United States, cotton declined
Market very dull. Sales nt
exceeding 8,000 bales; middling iq
LONDON, June G-2 P. M.-Coi
sols declined 13.
AUGUSTA, June 6.-Sales of eottc
15G bales-middlings 24.
BALTIMORE, June G.-Cotton du
and in favor of buyers, at *27( ?/ '271
Coffee dull. Flour* dull and in fnv<
of buyers. "White corn declined 3c
yellow 2c. ; mixed Western 4e. Sug;
dull. Provisions dull, but steady.
NEW ORLEANS, June G.-Sales
cotton S50 Jjales-low middling 2
Sugar 12)o(?;l4. Corn dull.
MonmE, June G.-Sales of eottc
650 bales-middlings 24.
CHARLESTON, June G.-Cotton
easier; sales GS bales-middling 25;
ROCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRINGS
OPENED JUNE 1 .
THIS favorite and delightful WATE
ING-PLAOE, having undergone th
rough renovation, is prepared to recei
visitors. The owners have made eve
effort in the outfit and equipment to rc
der the place more than ever attractive
those in epiest of recreation, while to t
invalid its medicinal waters hold out ll
hopes of health. It may be coundon
claimed for them that they have in a gre
many cases relieved, and in many mc
cases cured, the following diseases: Sci
fula, and many chronic cut aneousdisoas
Chronic Thrush, Bronchitis, Dyspopa
Chronic Diarrheas, Dropsy, Affections
Kidney and Bladder, and" Piles; and.
connection with the hot baths, Cine:
As an appetizer, a tonic and general
storative to au enfeebled constitution, ii
perhaps unrivalled amongst minerai \
The proprietors have engaged for t
approaching season a very superior Ba
of Music, both for the Lawn and the Ri
The Billiard and Bowling Saloons, Ix
for ladies and gentlemen, will be fount]
more complete order than ever before.
From the very extensive preparad?
now making at all the leading Virgi
Springs, a heavy travel is anticipated, f
we think will bc* at trac tod. It snail be
aim of the undersigned to keep tl
establishment FULLY UP TO THE FOI
MOST: and they hope to soo a renewal
the social re-unions which in former ye
lent such a charin to these mountain
Passengers bv the Virginia Central It
road get off tho cars at Goshen Dei
Eight miles of staging over a smooth ri
lands them at the Springs.
tar Board fS.&O per dav; $!)f>jpor moi
We have secured tho efilcient servicei
Capt. WM. H. SALE, so long and favora
known to the public, in connection ..
FRAZIER A RANDOLPH, Prop'r
PURCELL. LADD A CO., Richmond
Ai B. BUCKER, l.vnchbnrg;
COLCHAN A ROGERS, Baltimore;
II EO EM AN ft CO., New Xorkj
Agents for sale ot the Water and'M
or (Salts. June 2 j
A 5.r.W SUPPLY OF
OF THE VERY LATEST 8TYLES.
ALSO, A NEW SUPPLY OF
THE ab ovo GOODS woro purchased at
tho lato GREAT REDUCTION IN
PRICES, and will bo Bold VERY LOW.
IMC. Ii. KINARI).
THE ROOM over tho store of Thomson
Earle. Apply to
April 19_ALFRED TOLLESON.
NAILS, NAILS, NAILS.
At the Sign of the Golden Pad-Lock.
?y?^iCi KEGS superior quality CUT
A'Uv NAILS, in store and for ?ale low
for cash by JOHN C. DIAL.
1 Cid BUSHELS, Brown and White, for
1U\J sale low for cash.
?Tune 5 F18HER A LOWRANCE.
5CASKS prime SHERRY WINE, for sale
low to dealers. E. A G. D. HOPE.
ALONZO REESE respectfully informs
his patrons that he baa opened a
HAIR-DRESSING SALOON, on Main
street, next door to tho PoUock House.
SHAVING, SHAMPOOING and HAIR
CUTTING promptlv attended to.
Mav 28 Imo
FULTON MARKET SMOKED BEEF
Tubs choice GOSHEN RUTTER, at 40c.
Baps and pockets JAVA COFFEE, at 40c. ;
a fresh lot-superior.
Bbl?, and boxes Breakfast Bacon.
Milk, Butter, Trenton, Sugar, Wine and
Hocker's Self-raising FLOUR-genuine.
Bbls. Jersey reach-blow Potatoes.
And for sale at FAIR PRICES bv
March 23_C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
ONE SAW MILL-complete; engine
40-horse power. At Palmetto Iron
Works. WM. GLAZE & CO.
Flour! Flour! !
LBS. COUNTRY FLOUR-a
. .Jv/U prime article. Low for cash.
Mav 17 JOHN 0. SEEGERS A CO.
TUREE THOUSAND CUSTOMERS.
Merchants and those engaged iu
other pursuits, who desire that their
goods or their business services
should be daily brought to tho atten- ?
tiou of throe or four thousand read- I
ers, ought to advertise in the Phoenix,
which circulates in every District in ;
the State, and more especially in
those which have constant communi- !
cation with Columbia. This is worth '
THE undersigned informs 1
the public that lie is making
.weekly additions to his Stock 1
_I )f goods; and as he pur- j
eliased for cash, will dispose of th :ii ,
He invites an inspection of Ids stock,
which consists of
GOLD PENS Ac. ?
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
HAIR JEWELRY and ORNAMENTS i
prepared in various styles.
I. SULZBAC HER. j
At Suizbacher A Co.'s, Assembly ?t.
May 10 _'
Ale, Ale, Ale!
ONE HUNDRED dozen JEFFREY'S
100 doz. BASS' ALE. For salo at S2.2?
per dozen,in package?of eight and ton
dozen. For sale by the package only.
When you order," do not fail to send the
cash. Delivered to Railroad Depots freo
of charge. ALFRED TOLLESON.
FLOUR AND POTATOES.
-A BBLS. FLOUR, assorted -from line
yU to extra family.
20 bids. Beach Blow Potatoes-iu line
No. 1 Mackerel-in barrels and kits.
Just received, and for sale bv
April ll GEO. sVM.MERS.
BY THE EMILY SOUDER.
ASELECTED STOCK of very excellent
FRENCH BON-BONS, CR?AM CHO?
COLATES, JELLY CAKES, Ac, at
Plain street, noar Contral House.
HAMS, TONGUES. &c.
*b(\f\CHOICE Sugar-cnred HAMS.
?\JVJ 200 lbs. SMOKED BEEF AND
SMOKED TONGUES. For ?ale low.
Mav 30 E. A G. D. HOPE.
To Keep.up the Excitement, we have received, and will offer on MONDAY,
A LARGE LOT OF NEW GOODS !
AT PJWCES THAT ARE ALMOST WITHOUT PRECEDENT.
WE INVITE ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR
"W II I T E Gr O O 1} S s I
AND TO OUR
Lines of Heavy and Staple Goods ! !
FOR SUPPLYING MERCHANTS.
YARNS and OSNABURGS. at AGENTS' PRICES.
R. C. SHIVER.
It is Getting Late in the Season,
AND WE WILL SELL THE REMAINDER OF OUR
STOCK OF DRY GOODS
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
S. H. MYERS & GO..
OPPOSITE SITE OF CITY HOTEL.
PREMIUM FARM GRIST MILL.
A. lt. COLTON, Proprietor.
W. I'. LOWRANCE, Manager.
Well Fixture ! !
A NEW, SIMPLE and EFFECT?
IVE DRIVER for raising wutr?
from wella. Cheaper ami iuor<
durable than a pump, eater ;.:>d
better than the old? fashion a
windlass. ,4?one mention >'
tn praise !.'.' Mort- t uan 5,000 arv
now in use in Virginia and North
Carolina, ami (bc demand in still
increasing. A supply of iheae
superior WELL FIXTURES are ^
now on band and for sale low by
J. & T. R. AGNEW.
THE flUilSCRIBERS have just re
wived thc ageaey of the celebrated
Washington Wa.-hing Machined and Pa?
tent Clothes Wringer*. They aro re
markal L- :?>:? their Simplicity and dura?
bility, and are ileeide'Ltj the best avticle\
yet intrwlnceL Price nf Machine and
Wringer, compl-ito. $25.
Mardi 21 J. A T. II. AONEW.
By D. C. PEIXOTTO.
JU VT received on consignment. 70 bales
PRIME NORTH CAROLINA HAY,
which I will sell LOW for CASH.
June 6 2
IN THE PRICE OF
AS is our usual custom at
thc close of each season, we
now offer our stock of
SPRING CLOTffllNG M COST!
BARGAINS in BOYS'
CASSIMERES & TWEEDS.
R. & W. C. SWAFFIELD,
N. B.-We are daily mak?
ing additions to our stock of
Clothing, with GOODS OF
OUR OWN MANUFAC?
Snow POSTEES, HANDBILLS, ?fee.
Our supply of typo and facilities of
press-work enable us to turn out from
the Phoenix office the most attractive
styles of punters, hand-bills, ?fcc., at
short notice, and in thc most satis?
factory manner. ^
Starch, Soap, Sec.
-I f\C\ ROX.ES SOAP, assorted qualities,
JLUU CO boxes Adamantiue Candles,
35 boxes Pure Starch,
Which are offered low hv the box or at
rcti il. C. H. BALDWIN A CO,
BBLS. CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR.
Bbhs. Sound Super "
Old Government and Green Java Coffee.
Laguayra and Rio Coffee-prime,
Crushed, Powdered, A and C Sugars,
Choice Butter, Puro Lard,
Choico Irish Potatoes,
Real Cider Vinegar,
Milk, Butter and Sugar Crackers-fresh.
Fine Sugar-cured Hams, at 18 cents.
With many other staple and shelf goods,
which aro offered at lowest rates by
May 12 C. H. BALDWIN A CO.
Soda Water, Porter and Ale.
HAVING commenced tho manufacture
and bottling of SODAWATER, POR?
TER and ALE, I am now prepared to fill
all orders from tho city and country en?
trusted to mv care, with promptness. All
orders must be accompanied with tho mo
nev, as mv terms are strictly cash.
P. ). Box 28, Columbia, S. C.
/KS- Newberry Herald. Spartanburg Ex
yiress, Chester Standard, GreenviUo Afoioi
taineer and Anderson Intelligencer copy
four times, and forward bills immediately.
BB. CUMMINGS' NEW BOOK,
THE LAST WARNING CRY-$1.50.
ECCE DEUO, with Controversial
Notes on Ecco Homo-SI.50.
Louisa Muhlback's Merchant of Berlin.
Joesh II and His Court.
Frederick Great and His Court.
Frederick thc Great and His Family.
Frederick the Gre^t and His Friends.
New supplies of St. Elmo.
Woman in Whito and Armadale; by
And other select novels.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN,
Booksellers, Townsend & North's
May 25 _Old Stand, Columbia.
Ale and Porter.
TEN casks ED1NBURG ALE.pinte.
DUBLIN PORTER, pints. For sale by
March 13_E. ?fe G. D. HOPE.
Plow Moulds! Plow Moulds!
rif\r\ SWEDES PLOW MOULDS,
O \J \9 just received and for salo by
_March8_ J. A T. B. AGNEW.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR.
rr p? BBL8. EXTRA FAMILY FL?UR.
I O 20 bags Country
10 bbls. Hecker's Self-raising "
For sale low bv E. A G. D. HOPE.
May 9 *_
5HHDS. MUSCOVADO SUGARS.
20 bbls. " " ?M1
Tor sale bv E. A G. D. HOPE.
May 9 _._
SARATOGA WATER ?
JUST received fresh from tho Spring.
For salo bvit?nER(tHEINITaH
SUGAR MILLS can be had at low prices.
Cull at Palmetto Iron Work?.
May 25 3? WM. GLAZE A GO.
Liquors, Cigars, &c.
JUST TO HAND,
Favorito brands Wbiskios,
Hollaud Gin, Cognac Brandy,
Brandied Peaches, Chorries, Apricot?!,
Canned Peaches, Tomatoes, Ac, Ac, at
April ll OEO. SYMMERS'.