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presaly for the Columbia Phoenix.]
[ODICU, Juno 16.-The steamer
,rj8cu,\ bound hence for Mont
lory, sank in the Alabama River,
itv miles above here, Friday even?
ing. The boat was valued at $25,000.
Nb insurance. Tho cargo consisted
o? supplies for tho people of tho in?
terior, among which were 2,000 sacks
of corn for tho poor. The cargo was
worth $25,000-partially insured.
AUGUSTA, Juno 17.-The registra?
tion of voters commences this week
A white man named W. S. Flynn,
store-keeper on tho Alabama and
Gulf Hoad, has been murdered by two
freedmen-his head and face being
chopped with an axe and his house
burned. Tho murderers were arrest?
ed by colored men. Their indigna?
tion was so great that it was with
greaf difficulty they wero prevented
from Lynching tho culprits by white
CHARLESTON, June 17.-Arrived
yesterday-Steamor Sea Gull, Balti?
more. Sailed-Schooner Ncllio Tar
box, a Northern port. At quarantine
-Steamer Louise, New Orleans.
Arrived to-day-Schooner Alert,
Matanzas. Sailed-Steamer Eliza
I Hancox, Norfolk.
RICHMOND, June 17.-Registration
commenced in ono ward of this city
to-day. At night, 187 whites and
blacks had been registered. Re?
gistering also commenced in the
County, where, at ono precinct, only
four voters were registered during
David Bullington, on old citizen ol
Richmond, died this morning.
LYNCHBURG, VA., June 17.-R. H
Glass, editor of the Republican, was
shot in the street to-day, by tho som
of D. E. Booker, in consequence o
an article reflecting on their father
The shot took effect in the eye, tin
ball lodging in the head. Mr. Glosi
is comfortable, but tho issue is ye
WASHINGTON, Juno 17.-Tho opi
nion of tho Attorney-General is toi
elaborate for telegraph and the rea
soning too close for a synopsis. Tb
following verbatim extracts cover th
I lind it impossible, under tho pro
visions of this Act, to comprehem
such au official as a Governor of on
of theso States appointed to office b
ono of theso military commanders
certainly he is not the Governor rc
cognized by tho laws of the State an
clothed ns such with tho chief execn
tive power; uor is he appointed as
military governor for a State wbiol
has no lawful governor, under th
pressure of an existing .necessity t
v exercise powors at large. The interj
tiou, no doubt, was to appoint him t
fill a vacancy occasioned by a militar
order, and to put him iu tho pince o
the removed govornor to execute th
functions of the office as provided b
law. The law takes no cognizance c
such official, and he is clothed wit
no authority or color of authority
What is true as to the governor :
equally truo ns to all the other legi
lative, executive and judicial office
of thc State. If the military con
mander can oust one from his oiric
he can oust them all; if beean fill oi
vacancy, he can lill all vacancies; ar
thus usurp all civil jurisdiction in
bis own hands, or thc hands of tho
who hold their appointments fro
him, and uro subject to his power
removal, and thus frustrate tho ve:
right secured to the people by fli
Act. ' Certainly this Act is rigoroi
enough in the power which it give
with all its severity. The right
electing their own officers is still le
with tho people, and it must be pi
I must not bc understood as iixii
limits to the power of tho milita
commanders in case ol' insurrection
riot. It may happen that an insv
rectiou in one of these States may 1
so general and formidable as to i
quire the temporary suspension of ?
civil governments and tho establis
mont of martial law in its place, ai
the same things may be true as
local disorder or riot, in reference
tho civil government of the city
place where ii breaks out. Whatev
power is necessary to meet sn
emergency, the military command
may properly exercise. I coull
myself to the proper authority of t
military commander where peace a
order do prevail. It is not allowa!
to displace the civil officers and i
point others in their places under a
idea that the military command*
can better perform his duties a
carry out the general purposes of t
Act by tho agency of civil officers
his choice, rather than by the law
incumbents. The Act gives him
right to resort to such agency, I
does give him the right to have as
ficient military force to enable him
perform his duties and enforce
authority within the district to wh
he is assigned, in the suppression
insurrection and riot. The militi
commander is wholly independent
the civil authority.
So, too, in the trial and pun!
mont of criminals and offenders,
mny supercede tho civil jnrisdicti
His power is to rle exercised in th
special emergencies, and the me
are put into his hands by which i
to be exercised; that is to say, a n\
cient military forcu to enable s
officer to perform bis duties and
force his authority, and military
burnda of his own appointment
try and punish offenders-these
strictly military powers to be <
Outed by military authority, not by
thc civil authority or by civil officers
appointed by him to' perform ordi?
nary civil Vuties. If these emer?
gencies do not happen-if civil order
is preserved and criminals are duly
prosecuted by tho regular criminal
courts, tho militnry power, though
present, must- romain passive. Its
proper function is to preserve tho
peaco-to act promptly where tho
peace is broken and restore order.
When that is doue, and their au?
thority may again Bafely resume its
function, tho military power becomes
again passive, but on guard and
watchful. This, in my judgment, is
the whole scope of the military power
conferred by this Act. In arriving at
this construction of the Act, I have
not found it nocesaary to resort to
the strict construction which is allow?
lu torn al revenue receipts to-day
It is stated on authority that it was
decided to restore officers removed
contrary to law. They will bo re?
stored by an Executive order, which
will bo issued to-morrow.
The total remittances from Califor?
nia for the Southern Relief Commis?
sion amouut to $74,000, iu gold.
COM.UKHCIAr. AN1> FINANCIAL.
NEW YOUR, June 17-Noon.-Flour
20c. lower. Wheat nominally lower.
Corn a shade firmer. Pork lower, at
$20.75. Lard dull. Cotton quiet, at
27. Gold 37.??. Money 6@7.
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet aud firm
sales 1,200 bales, at 27. Flour dull
and heavy-State $7.65@11; South?
ern $9.80(^15. Wheat declining.
Corn advanced-new mixed Western
Sl.07(o\1.10; old $1.12. Gold 37':..
BALTIMORE, Juno 17.-Cotton quiet
and firm, at 20'-J. Rio coffee dull
; Flour dull and all descriptions de
[ dined 50c. Coru better-good to
prime white $1.05(2 1.08; mixed West?
SAVANNAH, June 17.-Cotton un?
changed-low middlings 24.
MOBILE, June 17.-Cotton quiet,
with sales of 300 bales; middlings 24.
CHARLESTON, June 17.-Cotton
quiet-middlings 2?(^2G. Sales 71
AUGUSTA, June 17.-Nothing doing
in cottou-only five bales sold.
NEW ORLEANS, June 17.-Cotton
firm, with sales of 3,000 bales; low
. LONDON, June 17.-Noou.-Con?
sols 94 V Bonds 73>?.
7 P. M.-Consols closed at 94?$'.
LIVERPOOL, Juno 17-Noon.-Cot?
ton firm-middlings^ll%d.; Orleans
7 P. M.-Cotton unchanged-mid?
dling uplands II,3? ; Orleans
A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT.-Our New
York exchanges, of Friday, relate the
On Wednesday night, the little
Japanese called "AU Right" shot
down the rope, and reached the mid?
dle of the downward course, when, to
the horror of the thousands who were
gazing upon tho awful movement,
oue of the cords attached to the dress
circle fixings, to brace tho main rope,
gave way. The latter, relaxing its
rigidity bv the sudden outlet, fell a
few feet downward, and then shot
upward with a twang like the snap?
ping of an arrow-string, uni the little
performer was flung from his hold
high into air, and, in an instant, was
dashed through space full fifty feet
to the floor iu the middle aisle below.
It would be useless to attempt to pic?
ture the scene that ensued. Tho
screeches of tho terrified women rang
fearfully piercing through the halls,
while the mon, with cheeks blanched
to the whiteness of snow, sat as if
frozen to their seats with terror. Se?
veral of the ladies foll swooning in
their boxes, and were carried out into
In his fall, the right side of his
head was fearfully crushed. Both
his ankles were very badly sprained.
, His right sido ami his pelvis were
also seriously injured. The physi?
cians believe, however, that notwith?
standing thc injuries ho has sustained,
I that if there be no internal burt, of
which, at midnight, there was no
sign, be will recover in a short time
from the effects ol' his fearful fall,
i They prononuce his escape from in?
stant death as almost miraculous.
Not a bone of the chilli's body was
The Supreme Court of the Dis?
trict of Columbia has refused an ar?
rest of judgment in the case of San?
ford Conover, and that individual
has begun his term in the peniten?
The New Jersey Railroad Com?
pany, on Tuesday, commenced run?
ning an extra freight train, composed
! of ten or a dozen cars, for the sole
! purpose of bringing strawberries
; Tho Broadway (New York) gam?
bling hells have boen noticed to
; close. Tinco of them were seized
on Saturday, and their proprietors
put under bonds not to engage in
j such business again.
Workmen engaged in constructing
j a large sewer in Glasgow Green re
ceutly discovered some curious fossil
and other remains, including a hugo
oak tree nearly as hard as flint.
M. Haas, of Aix, in tho South of
I France, exhibits, in the Paris Exhi
I bition, a machine by means of which
a rabit skin can be converted into a
hat iu fifty minutes.
An attendant on Beecher's Church*
in Brooklyn, finds fault with a por?
tion of the choir, foiF "billing and
cooing" during service, and says that
the deportment of some of the young
ladies aud gentlemen is disgusting to
right-minded people. During prayer
and tho reading of tho Scriptures,
"they chatter, giggle, sidle up to
each othor with a famiUarity out of
place in tho parlor, and doubly so in
tho house of God. Sometimes one
or two seem to get into a temporary
'pet' with tho organist, and sit off,
looking daggors. Then the process I
of reconciliation, with its billing and |
cooing and glancing, and final resto?
ration of good humor, furnish suffi-1
cieut visible flirtation to piece out a j
chapter of Miss Braddon's nonsense.'
Plymouth Church is not alone in
Lucy Stone is in ecstacies at the
recent vote for Mr. Mills' amendment
in ' tho House of Commons. She is
almost ready to sing the "Nunc
<limi(tis." In answer to the interro?
gatory made in a New York paper, a
few days ago, as to bow women would
bo likely to Jtse the privilege of suf?
frage, if grunted to them, she says:
"With womanly dignity, they will
take their place iu the national coun?
cils, and the pool in which men saw
only demorali/.atiou, troubled by this
now presence, will heal every political
disease. Not because all women are
paints, but because 'it is uot good
for man to be alone,' ami because the
application of a true principle, 'the
consent of the governed,' can only
result in good."
A Methodist miuister named Slater,
living near Brookfield, Missouri, is
under arrest ou a charge of poison?
ing his wife. Evidence on thc in?
quest showed that tho woman, who
was in feeble health, had been greatly
abused bj' her husband, and the
symptoms of her disease, at the time
of death, rendered it certain she had
been poisoned. Her sister was living
in the family, and Slater's object is
supposed to have been to marry her
after getting rid of his wife.
Luxemburg, about which Europe
has lately been in so great a turmoil,
hus, for one of the favorite amuse?
ments of its inhabitants, cat races.
Each worthy burgher takes his cat
in a bag two miles from town, and
at a given signal they all shake their
bags, the cats leap out scared to
death, and run homo as fast as they
eau go. The first cat that reaches
the town gates is the winner.
An Irishman being in ono of onr
np-town churches, where the collec?
tion apparatus resembles nu election
box, on its being passed to bim,
whispered in the carrier's ear that he
was not naturalized, and could not
vote, but he was ready to make a
A mortgage has just been recorded
in Iowa, from tho Chicago, Bock Is?
land and Pacific Railroad Company
to Johu A. Stewart and Wm. H.
Osborn, of New York, for the sum of
$9,000,000. Tho revenue stamps
amounted to $9,000.
CONSOLING.-Mr. Bradley, counsel
of Surratt, says that if tho point
made by the Government as against
the jurors drawn in this ease is well
taken, then every man hung in
Washington during the last five years
was illegibly hung.
There are said to be 310,000 G run.I
Templars in North America, and the
order had an accession of 100,000
members during last rear.
Died, in Charleston, S. C., ou the morn?
ing of tho 13th inst., after a briof illness,
nf congestion of the lungs, HERIOT
HAYNESWORTH, son ol N. A. and T. M.
montgomery, as?cil BOVCII week.-.
"As tue Hweet flower that scents the morn
Uut withers in the nein?; day,
Thus lovely was this infant dawn
Thus swiftly tied its lifo away."
.M?S. LYONS begs to return her sincere
thanks to the gentlemen who so kindly
and with so much labor and trouble saved
ber house from being burned on Sunday
night. Juno is i
TVA', subscriber cordially returns his
thanks to the Fire Department, tho citi?
zens generally and to the freedmen, for
tin ir noble efforts to ?ave his proporty
during tho Bro on "Monday morning.
_June 18 1 W. A. HAHRIS.
FRESH NO. 1 MACKEREL.
JUST received at
Juno ls J. 0. NF.KG Ens tc CQ.'S.
37U)i: ono month, a WAGON ami GOOD
: TEAM of four mules, to go 22 miles
in the country, to haul ami thresh out
wheat. Apply THIS DAY to
.lune ls I" * WM. GLAZE.
r ?\?^i Id's 11 ELS EINE VIRGINIA
OlJl / CORN, al $1.C0.
25 bales HAY, at ?2.00.
. JAM ES Gr. GIBBES.
?Inn? 18 .
Columbia Lodge No. 108, A.\ F.*. M.'
A Regular Communication of this
'Lodgo will bo held THIS (Tues-'
_ .davi EVENING, al 8 o'clock, at
ftdmctto'Lodge Hall. The Third Degree
will be court i red. By order of the W. M.
ISAAC SULZRACHER, Sec'y.
June IS , -.1,J
Independent Fire Engine Company.
THE regular monthly moot?
ing of this Company will be hold
.at Hoimm A Sntphen's storo,
_-THIS (Tuesday).EVENING, at
8 o'clock. A full attondancc is earnestly
requested; By order.
June 18 1 G. T. BERG, Sec'y.
Colombia Wholesale Price? Current.
> BY FISHER <fc LOWRANCE.
APPLES-Per bushel_.$1 75
BAGGING-Gunny, per yard. 30
Dundee *' . 33
DALE ROFE-Manilla, per lb. 25
N. Y. or West, pr lb. .lfi@20
BACON-Hams, por lb.1(5^20
Sides ?J .UM?lfl
Shoulders, " .V2WU
BUTTER-Northern, per lb. 50
Country, ?? .25^30
BRICKS-Por 1.000. 12 00
COTTON YARN-Per bunch. .2 23@2 30
COrrON-Ordinary, per lb.
Middling," . 23
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb.40@50
Adamantine, " . 25
Tallow, ?? . 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb.2G@30
Laguavra, " . 40
Java, * " .45@30
CHEESE-English Dalry, per lb... 25
Skimmed, " ... 20
CORN-Per bushol. 1 G5@l 70
FLOUR-Super., per bbl. 12 00
HAY-Nortnern, por cwt. 3 23
Eastern " . 2 23
HIDES-Dry, per lb.
Green, M . S
INDIGO-Carolina. 1 23
LARD-Per lb. 18
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 tl. 1 50
Bcantling, " .
Shingles, per 1,000.
LIME-Per bbl. 2 73
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon.G0<(?70
New Orloans, " 1 10?1 25
Sugar House. " ... . 1 25
NAILS-Per keg.7 50?8 Od
ONIONS-Per bushel. 1 Od
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon.70@1 00
Terehcne, " .
Sperm. " . 3 50
PEAS-For bushel.2 O0Q2 25
POTATOES-Irish, per bushel. 2 25
Sweet, " . 1 25
RICE-Carolina, per lb.12A<&14
East India, " .
8PECIE-Gold.1 34^1 HS
Silver. 1 23^1 32
SALT-Liverpool, per sack. 3 (Kt
Table, " . 5 00
SUOAR-Cruahed, per lb. 18"
Powdered, " . 18
Brown. " .12.^17
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon. "li 00
Cognac Brandy, " . '.' oo
Domestic " " ...
Holland Gin, " . 8 00
American " " . 4 00
Jamaica Rum, " . li 00
N. E. " " . 3 00
Bourbon Whiskey, . 3 1)0
Monongahela, " . 5 00
Rectified " . 2 50
STARCH-Per lb. 15
TEA-Green, per lb.1 10Q2 00
Black, *; .1 O0(f.2 00
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.30 ?$. 100
Smoking, " .... ..50 (t? 75
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon. 75
Cider, ?? . 60
French, . 1 50
WINE-Champagne, per basket.25Q35 Ol)
Port, per gallon. 4 50
Sborrv, " .3 50?5 00
Madeira, " . 5 00
MEATS-Pork, per lb. 15
Mutton, '. . " 12j
POULTRY-Turkevs, pur pair. 3 on
Ducks", " . 1 DO
Chickens, " . 1 00
Goese. " .... 1 50
rt's r received, a nice lot of LAWNS, at
twenty cents per vard.
June 18 ALI'RED TOLLE80N.
ALARGE stock of STRAW and FELT
.lune is _ALFRED TOLLESON.
TEN DOZ. FANS, at half former prices:
from 5 cents to $3. Call and get a
pretty fan. ALFRED TOLLESON.
HAZARD S POWDER,
OF ALL KINDS AM) PACKAGES.
THE manufacturers of the above named
POWDER having recently reduced
their prices, we, the undersigned, have
made a STILL GREATER REDUCTION
ON OUR PRICES: BO that merchants and
other dealers in thc article will lind it to
their interest to order from ns, as we think
we can safely sav that WO are SELLING
CHEAPER tuan at any other point short
of the factory. And tho quality of the
Powder is so well known that it needs no
pulling. As wo keep all tho varieties they
make, and in packages of every kind, from
l-li). canisters to 25-11). kegs, we can till any
Wo are alto receiving constant addition.-!
to our usual supply of
Choice Groceries and Provisions,
Of evtrv kind.
ROBERT BRYCE .V SON,
Corner of Blanding and Main st reet -,
June ls }:t Columbia, S. C.
FIFTY HALI'S NORTHERN HAY a
BUporior article -just received, and
tor Balo by A. lt. PHILLIPS,
.Tune 10 3 Washington street.
Heidsick and Cabinet Champagne.
11WENTY BASKETS of the above choice
Wines, in pints and quarts, for salo by
Juno 10_E. A G. D. HOPE.
/tool) SOUND TABLE t LA LET very
vTT low by the dozon.
.lune Ki E. A G. D. HOPE.
rjt\ WHOLE, Half and Quarter Barrels
4 tj and Kita No. 1 amt 3 Mackel el
Boston inspection-for sale by
June IG E. A C.. 1). HOPE.
TO ri TOCK RAISERS.
A RARE BAROAiy.
A FINE DEVON COW (full
[blooded) to bo exchanged for
Milch Cow and Calf. For
further particulars, apply at ibis chice.
I? FROM tho stables of J. Nunna
Pfrlu^ maker, about four miles from Co*
V**j9| lumbia, on Fridav ni^ht, the 14th
?US?inst., a SORREL MARE MULE,
about (i years old. A very notable mark ls
a large lump near tho root of the tail. The
mule is known to have boen taken across
Salada Ferry. A liberal reward will be paid
for its recovery. June 16 W
"By Industry we Thrive!"
1865. ?ljft 1807.
West bide Main street, above Taylor,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
If you Want a Thorough Newspaper,
Daily and Tri-weekly; ortho
As they contain
The Latest News !
Foreign and American, besides a vast
amount of miscellaneous reading. Theso
are tho only papers in the State, outside of
Charleston, which regularly publish
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE, j
Every issue of the Daily contains from!
ten to fourteen Columns of Heading Matter;
tho Tri-weekly from twenty to twenty-four,
tho Weekly FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS
making it tho LARGEST and CHEAPEST
PAPER IN THE SOUTH. Specimens fur?
nished. Au examination of their merits is
TERMS FOR SIX MOUTHS.
Daily, M; Tri-weckly, $2.50; Weekly, $1.50.
INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
Our OFFICE having been thoroughly
supplied wfth CARDS, PAPER, BRONZE,
COLORED INK, CUTS and TYPE in groat
variety, the proprietor is prepared to exe?
cute, at Bhort notico, in good stylo, and at
reasonable prices, every variety of
From a Visiting Card to a Three-Sheet
Poster, or a Pamphlet to a large-sized Vo?
lume. All persons in want of any kind
of JOH PRINTING, aro invited to call and
Prices andSamplesof Work,
And we pledge ourselves to give entire
satisfaction, in the way of
Programmes, Business Cards,
Visiting Cards, Dray Tickets,
Wedding Cards, Receipts,
Dill Heads, Labels,
Circulars, Blanks, Ao,
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
Corn, Bacon Sides, Shoulders}, ?fcc., dc.
By JACOB LEVIN.
THLS (Tuesday) THORNING, at half-past 0
n-.-|oek, at my store,
40 sacks primo Cora-to closo consign?
1,000 pounds Bacon Bides.
1,000 pounds " Shoulders,
13 boxes Sperm Candles,
10 " Family ?Soap,
3 " No. 1 Starch,
2 harrold primo Molasses,
Fine French Brandy, Sole Leather, .
Durham Tobacco, Segars, Ac.
A variety of Household Furniture, Ac.
49- Unlimited articles re calved up to
hour of sale. June IS 1
A Rare Chance for House-keepers.
TWELVE FINE MILCH
COWS, with young Calves, for
ksalc. Stock will also be pas
.tured, during the summer
months, on very liberal terms. For parti?
culars, address W. M. B., Columbia, 8. C.,
caro of Mr. It. C. Shiver. Juno 15 10
TWENTY boxes FINE TOBACCO, for
Juno 15_ALFRED TOLLESON.
imf il ni
IWILL pay tho HIGHEST MARKET
PRICE for WHEAT and FLOUR. Will
furnish bags when desired.
June 15_ALFRED TOLLESON.
THE United States Marshal's Office is
located on Washington, between Ri?
chardson and Aesemblv streets.
June 15 Imo U. S. Deputy Mars h al.
Claret on Draught.
ONE cask excellent TABLE CLARET,
for salo low by tho gallon or upwards.
Tho supply will bc kept np during tho
summer. For sale by
June 15 GEO. 8YMMERS.
IN air-tight packages of 24 pounds each.
Just received, per steamer Manhattan,
a second consignment of this delicious
BUTTER, preserved, to bo frosh as from
tho dairv. For salo by
WRITTEN when Ingeraisco-not "All's
Well"-was the watchman's cry; by
a kinsman of Dr. B. BL Palmer, and dedi?
cated to bim. Elsie Magoon, or thc Old
Still-house in tho Hollow; by Mrs. Gage
dedicated to the friends of temperance.
Cecil Castlcman's Gage, Lady Marabout's
Troubles and other Stories;" by "Onida,"
author of Strathmore, Ac. Bryan Maurice,
tho Seeker; by Rev. W. Mitchell. Far
Above Rubies;" by Mrs. Riddell.
New supplies of Surry of Eaglo'a Neat,
Wearing of tho Grey, by J. Esten Cooko;
and othor new Books-among which is a
Sensational Book, "Coming Wonders Ex?
pected Between 18G7 and 1875."
A beautiful and fresh supply of Photo?
graph Albums, worth from il to $7.
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN,
Townsend A North's old stand.
ON hand, a largo lot of choice SUGARS,
of the best brands. For sale atmauu
facturiug prices, at mv store on Plain
street. F. A". SCHNEIDER.
Juno 13 .
A LOT OF
IST 33 "\7\T
At 20 Cents per Yard.
C. F. JACKSON'S.
No. 1 Mackerel,
A T wholesale and retail. Frosh and fa'..
^ May 17 J. C. SF.EGERS A CO.
Q C. BONDS, old and new.
IO? Columbia Bonds and Coupous.
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Ronda.
C. A S. C. R. lt. Stock and Bonds.
North-Eastern Railroad Bonds,
bank Note". Gold and Silver.
FOR SALE-Exchange on New York and
Charleston. THOS. E. GRE?? A Ct ?.
STONE MASONS ANB STONE CUT?
IWISH to engage a number of STONE
MASONS and STONE CUTTERS, to
work on a heavy job of Bridge Masonry in
Tennessee. Persons wishing such an en?
gagement can lind me, during usual busi?
ness hours, any day this week, at the office
of Mr. Bonknight, Superintendent of Char
lotto and 8. C. Railroad; at other hours, .it
Niekorson's Hotel-Room 10.
Masons and Cutters coming with good
recommendations, can find immediate em?
ployment, at GOOD WAGES.
I will also engago a number of common
LABORERS, giving them good wages and
insuring prompt payments.
If von wish to engage, call on nib a'
once. J. c. HODGES
Agent for C., C. G. A C. R. R. Co.
Juno 12 JTI_
THE COLUMBIA FEMALE COL?
LEGE, which for three year.-1 past
......han been occupied ts a rlllal
! CLASS HOTEL by Mr. T. 8. Nickerson, ia
1 again offered for lease for three years,
from 1st September next.
Tho extensivo patronage which Mr.
Nickerson received has given much noto?
riety to this building. Its capacity, pecu?
liar' fitnoss and eligible location for the
purposes of a drst-class hotel, render a
particular description unnecessary.
Tor torms, Ac, inquire of cither of the
followinir gentlcmon: Hon. E. J. ARTHUR,
Dr. ? N. TALLEY, R. D. SENN or J. W.
Columbia, June ll, 18C7. June ll