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LONDON, Joly 18.-The naval re?
view iu bono? of the Sultan, was the
most magnificent ever witnessed in
English waters. ' A high wind iu
.oreasod the interest of the event.
Tho squadron numbered eighty ves?
sels, bearing 1,100 guns. A thousand
Teasels, filled with apeotators, wero
present. Queen Victoria and suite,
on the yacht "Victoria and Albert;"
tho Sultan, on the "Osborn;" the
Prince of Wales, both Houses of Par?
liament, the Lords of the Admiralty,
and all the members of the Govern?
ment, were present.
VIENNA, July 18.-Letters state
that Maximilian's mother gives evi?
dence of insanity.
SOUTHAMTTON, July 18.-It is esti?
mated that the great naval roview
which occurred yesterday, off Spit
head, cost 50,000 pounds sterling.
Ono gun-boat was driven ashore
during tho rain-storm which prevailed
at the time, but beyond this, no acci?
dent occurred. The rain also seriously
interfered with the programme ol
evolutions and the proposed illumiua
tion of tho fleet in the evening.
LIVERPOOL, July 18.-The rafi
"Nonpareil" was spoken Wednesday
The little croft and crew wero well
and required no assistance.
DUBLIN, July 18.-Six of tho Wa
terford rioters have been convicted
News I tenir,.
CHARLESTON, July IS.-Arrived
Schoouer S. H. . Cady, Baltimore
schooner W. B. Beebo, Bostou
Sailed-steamers Emily B. Sonder
New York, and Sea Gull, Baltimore.
WASHINGTON, July 18.-Matthews
tho actor, publishes tho conclndinj
sontonco of Booth's letter: "For
long time, I have devoted my enei
gies, my time aud money to the ac
eomplishmcut of a certain eud; '.
have been disappointed. The mp
mont has now arrived when I mus
change my plans. Many will binni'
me for what I am about to do, bu
posterity, I am sure, will jnstify m
-men who love their couutry bette
than God or life." This doeumen
was signed by John W. Booth, Pay m
Harold and Atzerodt.
The Intelligencer publishes a pi
rallcl between Barrer? and Logan, !
which tho following paragraph o<
curs: "Barrero first fawned upon th
Bourbons and then murdered then
Logan first sent into tho rebel arni
the poor peoplo of Southern Illinoi
whom he had educated in the do
trines of secession, and then boast?
that he had put to the sword moro i
his innoccut dupes than any otb
man of his age in the army. Barre
has gone to his account, and left b
hiud him a name nt once the mo
contemptible end tho most infamo
in history. Logau, when he h
another such speech to make, shou
abjure his race and country, assui;
the garb of a savage, aud wash 1
mouth willi blood. As was well sa
of his prototype, 'in him the qua
ties which aro the proper objects
hatred and the qualities which ii
the proper objects of contempt pi
nerve an exquisite and absolute hi
Gen. Grant and Col. Hillyer,
New York, were beforo the Jndioif
Committee, regarding impeachmoi
Tho American Go vcr u mont 1
boen endeavoring to secure the
lease of Gen. Naglee.
Internal revenue receipts to-tl
NEW YORK, July 18.-There was
fire last night, on East 26th stre
destroying a distillery and bond
warehouses; loss $500,000.
Salmon Sc Defrics' whalebono r
tan factory and stock, valued
$100,000, has been burned.
The French Government has p
chased the monitor Onondaga.
NEW ORLEANS, July 18.-Dr. Jon
who was imprisoned by Gen. Slu
dau on a charge of murder, died
MOBILE, July 18.-Begistration
the c^'ty closed yesterday. Total
gi ste* eu whites, 2,319; blacks, 3,8
The river steamor Flirt was buri
at tho wharf this moruiug. Inc
diariatu was the cause. Loss $8,?
NEW ORLEANS, July 18.-Officer
tho United States steamers Yucia :
Horoine, from Tampico, confirm
report of the death of Santa Ar
Gen. Puvon has about 700 mei:
Tampico, Gomez aud Canales at
400 and recruiting. The Govornn:
relinquishes its claim against
steamer Heroine, which was sei
at Tampico for fraudulent sale,
returns lien for advances made
tho New Orleans Consul and Colic
Kellogg. Tho ves8elhas been tur
over to tho naval officer at this po
WASHINGTON, July 18.-In tho
nate, a joint resolution was in
duced oxtending tho steam mail
vice to China. The Committee
Foreign Belution3 was authorize!
inquire how many Mexican soli
were executed under Maximili
decree. Wilson introduced a re?
tion lauding tho Mexicans, which
referred. The consideration of
dian aila i rs was resumed, and thc
finally passed. It provides fe
commission to obtain peace, if p
blc; but, otherwise, -1,000 bordai
diere aro to push tho war. Adjour
In tho House, Mr. Schofiold o?
a resolution dire Hing tho Seen
of the Treasury to withhold payi
of $3,000,OOO,'for the cotton d
awarded hy thp^tio|
siou, and paid by appropriation,
found correct; pus
ern liniiroade tb proceed Dy aub-?W
mittees passed. Mr. Robinson asked
leave to introduce n preamble and
resolution to remove the raw cotton
tax. Messrs. Allison and Benjamiu ob?
jected. Resolutions sympathizing
with Canada were passed. Mr. Bing?
ham sent to the Clerk's desk, and had
read, tbe following tolegrum, received
by him to-day from Geueral Sickles:
"Thanks for your handsome reply to
Mr. Eldridge. You may relieve his
anxiety with the consoling informa?
tion that my equipage has not cost
him or any of his friends anything,
said equipage being the cherished
gift of my colleagues of the Third
Army Corps." Mr. Logan offered a
preamble and resolutions, which was
passed, reciting tho geueral rumor
that armed expeditions are being or?
ganized iu this couutrj' against the
Republic of Mexico, at variance with
the feelings and wishes of all good
citizens of the United .States, and
contrary to established public policy;
and respectfully requesting the Pre?
sident to issue a proclamation re?
quiring all proper officers of tho
United States to prevent such unlaw?
ful organizations being formed, and
warning all persons who depart from
the United States on such expedi?
tions that they will forfeit nil rights
to protection under the laws of the
United States. A substitute was of?
fered for tho Senate bill guaranteeing
equal rights in the District, striking
out tho word "white" wherever it oc?
curred iu charter ordinances or laws;
CU.llMKltCl?.1. AND FINANCIAL..
NRW YORK, July 18-Noon.-Flour
10(n loo. lower. Wheat dull, aud no?
minally lower. Corn l@2c. lower.
Pork dull, at S22.firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard
dull, ut 12@18>?. Cotton quiet and
steady-middling uplands 'ii!1
Stocks excited aud heavy-Govern?
ments extremely dull, (odd ;u>"...
Sterling-time 101 ?(310'.; sight 10 %.
7 P. M.-Flour dull-State S7.1?;
Southern $9.60@17. Wheat dull
new amber Georgia $2.70(" $2.75;
new white Virginia 82.05("2.75.
Western mixed corn $1.36. Pork
$2.'25. Cotton firmer and less neave;
sales 2,000 bales, at 2G'.j. Sugar
firm-Porto Rico Iii; Muscovado ll'.,
(a 12'!; Havana lo'... Stocks dull"
BALTIMORE, July 18.-There has
been some inquiry for cotton from
spinners; low middlings 21; good
ordinary 23. Primo coffee IS.'.,('/
IS1... Extra and family Hour de?
clined }?c. Wheat receipts moro
free; declined 10@15c. Corn dull
white Sl.lGfTj 1.18; yellow Sl.U(o\
1.16. Sugar quiet and unchanged.
Bulk shoulders ll'.;; bacoushoulders
12*4; rin sides 14; olear rib M;..r</
UV Mess pork 821. CHv lard
CINCINNATI, July IS.-Flour firm
and scarce. Corn unchanged. Mess
pork $23. Bacou firm and higher
shoulders ll; ch ar rib 13'.., clear
sides 14'.,. Lard dull, nt 12'j.
MOBILE, July 18.-Cotton closed
firm, with sales of 550 hales; low
At'OUSTA, July IS.-Cotton has im?
proved; sales 135 bales-middling
SAVANNAH, July 18.-Cotton ac?
tive; stock light, and business re?
stricted; middlings 23??@24; re?
ceipts 510 bal^s.
CHARLESTON, July 18.-Cotton is
more active: sales 120 bales-low
middling 22'.j ; receipts 53 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, Jul}' 18.-Sales of
cotton 830 bales; market quiet and
firm-low middlings 23' ._,(<? 24. Sugar
and molasses unchanged, and trans?
actions light. Flour quiet-super?
fine 810.75; choico $18.00. Corn
quiet and firm-yellow and mixed
$1.25f>1.30; white 81.40. Oats dull,
at 05. ~ Pork quiet, at 824.75. Lard
active-primo tierce 13,'.j; keg ll.
Bacon lirra and unchanged. Gold
LONDON-, July 18-2 P. M.-Con?
sols 04;'-,.. Bonds 721,.
LIVERPOOL, July 18-2 P. M.
Cotton firmer and more active; sales
15,000 bales-uplands advanced to
10 '., d. ; Orleans 10*?d. The weather
is unfavorable for tho crops.
LONDON, July 18-Evening.-Con?
sols unchanged. Tho bullion in tho
bank has increased ?150,000.
LIVERPOOL, July 18-Evening.
Cotton closes firm, with sales of
15,000 bales; uplands IO'.? ; Orleans
10'.?. Breadstuffs toud up.
Butter and Cheese.
FIRKINS GOSHEN BUTTER-reduced
Firkins choice Orange County BUTTER
Also, a fresh supply of that delicious
iinttrr, in 2J-lb. packages-air and water?
Pino Apple, English Dairy and primo N.
Y. Si ate Factory Cheese For sale low by
July 6 GEO. SYMMERS.
FOR SALE OH RENT,
ONE TWELVE-BOOM HOUSE, furnish?
ed or not. TUOS. E. GREGG i CO.
ALAROE stock of STRAW and ?BLT
June 18 ALFRED TOLLESON.
TEN DOZ. FANS, at half former prices;
from 5 cents to Sfl. Gall and get a
pretty fan. ALFRED TOLLESON.
1> ?A 8 ft TON,
331 King Street, Charleston, 8. C.,
General Agent for thc Weed Sh^XajH
FOU South Carolina and Florida. SEW?
ING MACHINES, of all kinda,cleaned,
repaired, improved and tor sale. Needle?, :
Oil and Tools, of all kinda. Jone 89 lm*
CHARLESTON, 8. O
M THIS well-known FIRST-0LA8S
Sjnr H'^TEL has boon thoroughly repair?
JflflLcd, reiltted and refurnished, and ia
now ready for tho nc-ommodatiou of the
traveling publie, who-c patronage in re
Tho proprietor proinises to do all in Ina
power rot tin. comfort of his guests.
March 21 .TONKI'll PURCELL, rrop'r._
Livery and Sale Stables,
_ CHALMERS STREET,
^n_.rM'. ^ C. OIE-dRfJC/
JIW|GEN A LAKER, 1'ro- \f?3.$~
. I il prietors. Carriages, Phaetons, Dog?
gies and Saddle Horans to hire, nt all hours.
Mulei? and Horms* for sale. Fob 27
CHA H L E 8 T 0 N, S. C.
COACHES always in readiness to convey
passengers to mid from the Hotel.
Feb 20 WHITE A- MIXER, Proprietors.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
pr/\ LUS. CALOMEL.
OU IOU oz. QUININE.
25 oz. SULP. MORPHIA.
lu Iba. CROTON OIL.
".O Ibu. CHLOROFORM.
5 lbs. NITRATE SILVER.
.iii!) lbs. GUM CAMPHOR.
1,000lbs. EPSOM SALTS.
l,o.o R s. FLOR. SULPHUR
2,00') lbs. BLUF. STONE.
KM) lbs. SPAN. INDIGO.
LOO lbs. CREAM TARTAR.
1,000 H's. COOKING SODA.
? 2 000 lb?. COPPERAS. For nata low by
FISHER A HEINITSH,
I .Inly 12 Druggists.
N0J0QJJE ! !
,4 QUESTION FOR A CONTINENT; by
l\ li. lt. Helper.
Henry VIII and his Court : by Mnhlbach.
Thc Laud of Thor; by J. Ross browne.
Tim Forms and Rules in Bankruptcy.
Tho Chronicle of bareet; by Trollope
Thu Civil War of Amoriea; by Draper.
Isthmus of Panama, Ac.; by Ur. otis.
Meade on Crape Culturo and Wine
Nora and Archibald Lee-;m Kuglisb
Novel; ne.! oile r new bool;;., for sale at
J. J. MeCARTER'S Uookstoro.
Jnlv 1_R. L. UltYAN.
Cl A S. C. R. R. BONDS and COUPON'S.
/. Nor: h Carolina Bonds, old and new.
South Carolina Stock.
G. .t C. Railroad Bonds-guaranteed.
North-Eastern Railroad Bonds.
FOI! SALK 0. A. S. C. U. R. Block.
THOS. E. GREGG A CO.,
.lune 27 Brokers.
PASSENGERS maying Columbia on
tho South Carolina Railroad by the
morning train, can gvt BREAKFAST at
Kingsville, as ample time is allowod Fur
that puni?se. C. A. SCOTT,
June 29 Proprietor.
rfjfj) PERSONS who desire to pass Hie
I " *?summer months in a healthy section.
' where good water alu*, mountain air aro
! tho principal attractions, can bo comfort
I ably accommodated al lb.- WALHALLA
i HOTEL. Trains ?ow rmi daily each way.
? Board by thc wee); or ne.nth at reasonable
i rates. ' D. RIEMANN.
July ;? 8mo
E. II. STOKES
. , TAKES this method of informing
?Sra his former patrons that ho 1ms Rh
-iSUULFITTED and FURNISHED bis
HOUSE in the boat mannor, aud is now
prepared to receive TRANSIENT QUESTS
I on tho most favorable terms. His bouse
I in eligibly and conveniently situated-on
i the corner of Franklin street, opposite Odd
Fellows Hull, (a low doors below thc Ex
I change Hotel,)
St James Hotel,
AEW ORLEANS, I.A.
WM. A. HURD, o? Now Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY, Spottswood Hotel, Rich?
49* Telegraph and Railroad Offices in
rotunda of Hotel. JulvSOmo
J ust Hecolvod,
A NEW SUPPLY OF
OF THF, VERY LATEST STYLES.
ALSO, A NEW SUPPLY OW
THE abovo GOODS wPro purchased nt
tho late GREAT REDUCTION IN"
PRICES, and will bo sold VERY LOW.
M. !.. KIN ARD.
WHEAT AND FLOUE.
IWILL pav the HIGHEST MARKET
PRICE for WHEAT and FLOUR. Will
furnish bags when desired.
Juno 15 fr ALFRED TOLLEflON. _
JUST received, a nico lot of LAWNS, at
twenty cuuts per yard.
.Tune 1? ALFRED TOLLESON.
THE ROOM over the storo or Thomson
Earle. Apply to
April 19 ALFRED TOLLESON.
New York Advertisement*.
31,28, 25 A ND ?7 BROA D WA Y, N. Y.
OPPOSITE XJOWLTMO OBKEN.
TON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
HE STEVENS HOUSE is well and
widely known to the traveling public.
Tho location is especially suitable to mer?
chante and business men; it is in close
proximity to the business part of the city,
is on the highway of Southern and West,
ern travel, and adjacent to all the princi?
pal railroad and steamboat depot*.
The StuYHii* House has liberal accom?
modation for over SOO guests; it is well fur?
nished, mid possessen ovory modern
improvement for tho comfort and enter?
tainment of its inmates. The rooms hav?
ing been refurnished and remodeled, we
are enabled to offer oxtra facilities for the
comfort and pleasure id' our guests. The
roouiH are spacious and well ventilated -
provided with gaa uud v '.er; the attend?
ance is prompt and respectful, and thc
table itt generously provided with over)
delicacy of tho beatson-at moderate rates.
GEO. K. CHASE A CO.,
May :U fimo Proprietors.
Bought and sold on commission by
LAWRENCE, BROS. & CO.
NO. IQ WALL STREET. NEW YORK
MONEY, received on deposit from banks'
bankers, merchants and others. Or
dors in Gold. Government and other Seen
rities executed at the regular Stock Fx
cb ango t>y a mum ber of the brm. Consign
monts of Cotton solicited. April .w
I)F.WITT <\ LAWRENCE. Tons R. Chen.
(?vars .I. I .AWHENCE. Wx. A. HAT.STKJ
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE FOOT
AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE.
NOK. 28, 80 and 82 Centre street, (coi n,
d' R.-ade street.i New York. Tho typ
on wiiich this paper is printed is from td
above Foundry. Nov is
A Truly Wonderful Medicine!
IIFlUTSirS PEA'S 0ELIGII1
Liver Complaint Cured by Queen's
rTHIF.*H.viii))toms of l.iv. r Complaint ni
1 uneasiness -.iud pain in the right sidi
and soreness upon touch immediate:
under tho inferior ribs; inability to 1
upon thu left sidu, or. if at all, a draggin
Sensation is produced which sci nair
affects respiration, causing, very often,
troublesome cough. Together with thei
symptoms, wc perceive a coated tougu
acidity ol thc stomach, deficiency of pe
spiratioii, and s ?metimos a sympathel
jiaiu in the shoulder, with a groat dispon
iion t?> sleep, mid depression of spirit
and sometimes sores ia tho mouth <
throat. These symptoms, if permitted
continue, wiil eventually prodncucoiisuui
lion, thu mos! barnaul ut all diseases.
The symptoms of Dyspepsia are variou
those! affecting thu stomach aro nause
heart-burn, loss of appetitu, disgust t
food, sometimes :i depraved hppetit
sense of fulness or weight in thostnmac
aiuk?iig or llutleriug in the nit of tho st
mach, sour eructations, coated lougu
.ici..?ty of the stomach, hurried and dil
\cult breathing, ?Ve.
? Tho syinput hotiu affections aro very i
. versified cold feet, pain or wo.iknc
I through :li<; limbs, swimming of tho bea
ti liddell Hushes of hon. Ac.
The u.-. of thc QUEEN'S DELIOl
should be persevered in until every sym
lom of 1 tvspepsia hm vanished, and heal
is entirely restored.
Derangements of the Liver rai
Aro sources of insanity. From disonl
or obstruction, a morbid action ofthosy
palin tic mid other nerves follows, and J
ianctions of the brain are impaired a
deranged; derangement there will al
produce disease of the heart, skin, hm
ami kidneys, it is owing to tho sa:
cne.-e that thousands tile with Chole
Billons or Yellow Fever, and that nu
baneful disease, Consumption.
The origin of Humorous cases of C?
sumption is i inpaired digestion; ami mai
many cases of Hipjtosed Consitmptl
could be entirely cured bv tho use of (
QUEEN'S DEL?GHT, as'thc omaciatl
nobility and cough attending weakness
tho digestive organs are so near allied
thc svmptonis of Consumption, that I
on? disease is frequently mistaken for t
lt is a well-established fact that ft
one-hall of ?ho female portion of i
population aro seldom in tue enjoyment
Rood health, or, to use their own oxpi
sion, "never feel well." They are langt
j devoid of all energy, extremely nervi
land have no appetite. To this clasM
invalids, tho Queen's Delight is especii
recommended. Their peculiar tonic i
invigorating properties render it inval
bio in snell cases. Thc patient should
mediately discard all pills and powders
they only weaken the system, and roser
the*uso ?f thc Queen's Delight, tho in
riablo result of which will bo a strong ?
hearty constitution, a disappearance ul
nervousness, n good appetite and a peri
restoration to health.
Weak and delicate children are m
strong by using tho Queen's Delight,
fact, it is* a Family Medicino; it can ba
ministered with perfect safety to a cl
three- months old, the most delicate fen
or a man of ninety.
air Be sunt and ask for "IIEINITS
QUEEN'S DELIGHT;" none other ia gt
inc. For s-ile bv
FISHER A- HEINITSH, Druggists,
July ;i Columbia, s. I
Ladies, Please Notice.
^?0- UMBRELLAS, PARA
WS?-S0LS, FANS and JEWELRY40
fcigl neatly repaired. ?2
JL^ii New FANS made for ilm.-i'/
CLOCKS repaired, cleaned and warr
ed. by J. E. LUMSDEN,
Corner Lady and Assembly Btrotl
April li) _ _
1THOMPSON'S GENUINE EYE WA'l
for Boro and inllarned oyes.
McAllister's All-healing Salve-a \
able ointment for old sores.
Dalby's Carminative for Children.
Fly Poison Paper, for instant doat
Harvey's Rat Plums, the rat ant
"Harloani Oil," the Dutch spceifl
Extract Lemon and Vanilla, forflavoi
Flea Powder, for insoots, ants, Ac.
Soothing Svrun, for children toothin
Sugar Plums, for Worms-the Ponto
Soda Wa'or Powders, for a cool drin
For sate I v FISHER * HEINITSH,
June 1 ' Druggis
"By fodurtry We Thriver I.
Power Press Book, Job and Nowspapor
Went sido Main street, above jTavlor,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
If you Want u Thorough Newspaper,
Daily and Tri-weckly; ortho
Aa they contain
The Latest News !
I Foreign and American, besides a vast
; amount nf miscellaneous reading. These
are thc univ papers in the State, outside of
Charl? stun, which regularly publish
Every Issue of tho Daily contains from
ton to fourteen Columns of Reading Matter;
the Tri-wockry from twenty to twenty-four,
thc Weekly FORTY-EIGHT COLUMNS
making it tho LARGEST and CHEAPEST
! PATER IN THE SOUTH. Specimens fur
i niflhed. An examination of their merits is
? ?oli-.-it. il.
TE HMS FOR SIX MONTHS.
! Daily, il; Tri-weckly, $2.60? Weekly, il.50.
INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
In the Trice of
I JOB WORK!
Our OFFICE ia thoroughly supplied with
; CARDS, PARER, BRONZE, COLORED
INK, CUTS and TYPE in great variety,
tho proprietor is prepared to execute, at
?hort notice, in good style, and, owing to
tho dull season, at
A DISCOUNT OF 20 PER GEM
From usual rates, every variety of
' Frc m a Visiting Card to a Throe-Shcot
. roster, or a Pamphlet to a large-sized Vo?
lume. All persons in want of any kind
of JOB PRINTING are invited to call, and
we pledge oursolves to givo ontiro satisfac?
tion, in tho way of
Programmes, Duaincsa Cards,
Visiting Cards. Dray Tickets,
Wedding Cards, Receipts,
Bill Head?, Labels,
Circulars, Blanks, ?cc
I JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
Dacoii Hams, Jxxrd, Candles, Soap, Whis?
key, <tc, dc.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
On MONDAY MORNING next, at half
pant 9 o'clock, I will sell, at my store,
4 casks primo Sugar-cured Hams,
10 tube fine Lard,
10 boxoe first quality Adamantine Can?
5 boxes Family Soap,
10 boxes Scaled Herrings,
No. 1 Corn Whiskey, French Brandy,
Yinegar, Brooms, Saleratus, Tobacco,
Segara, Ac, Ac.
Sundry articloa of Furniture.
t&~ Unlimited goods received up to hour
if sale. July 19 fm'2
WINNSB0R0, 8. C.
THE second term of this
scholastic vear will open on
.MONDAY, the 22d day of July,
f Thu destruction of tho Insti?
tuto buildings by bro will prove
no obstacle in the proper con?
duct of tho institution, aa suitable rooms
havo boen prepared on the grounds for
tho temporary accommodation of the
school; and BOARDING can still bo ob?
tained in tho families of tho Principal and
Teachers. For particulars, address
G. A. WOODWARD, Principal.
Joly 7_ _j_ _ 12_
SOMETHING NEW X J
CALL AND SEE !
,~5> MY stork of Geoda ..
yyV has been materially . -.; -
Aaddcd to dining the past week, and
l am now prepared to show an excellent
stock of JEWELRY. Also, WATCHES.
CLOCKS, SPECTACLES, etc. "Tip-top''
GOLD PENS-the best manufactured.
Persons desirous of having tho hair of
deceased friends or relatives preserved in
enduring stvle. can have it MANUFAC?
TURED into RINGS, BREAST-PINS or
EAR-RINGS, handsomely or plainly orna?
?S- REPAIRING of all kinds faithfull?
attended to, and at PRICES TO SUIT THE
I. S ULZBACHER, .
At J. Snlzbachi r A Co.'s,
Assembly street, opposite Market.
TO SOIJTliEBK MERCHANTS!
SOCK ?StRN?J coons.
IF von desirr to supply yourselves for the
FALL and WINTER TRADE, with the
V ERY LEST DESCRIPTIONS and STYLES
AND WITH THE MOST DURABLE
Jeans and Kersey Fabrics !
AU fi re from shoddy and other impurities,
Order Samples from the subscriber, anet
they will be forwarded, with prices attach?
ed,during the months of July and August.
From these samples you can make your
selections and return your orders; and tho
goods will be forwarded directly from thc
manufactory. JOHN A. YOUNG,
President Rock Islaud Mannfac. Co.,
Juno 2 4nio Charlotte, N. C.
IN THE TRICE OF
AS is OUF usual custom at
the close of each season, we
now offer our stock of
SPRING CLOTHING AT COST!
BARGAINS in BOYS'
CASSIMERES & TWEEDS.
R. & W. C. ?FIELD,
N. B.-We are daily mak?
ing additions to our stock of
Clothing, with GOODS OF
OUR OWN MANUFAC?
TURE. May 14
^^Hajl? HAYING resumed the
^rabove business, I am pre
E^BHB^j);ii', ii to execute all kinds
of work in tho above line at tho shortest
notice and most reasonablo prices.
A variety of COFFINS constantly on
hand. Funerals promptly attended.
Ang 30 M. H, BERRY.
At Brennan A Carroll's Carriago Factory.
3BRLS. CIDER VINEGAR.
Juno 80 JOHN C. SEEGERS S "O.
JOHN H. HE'/SE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
CANDIES manufactured daily, nt as low
as can bo laid down hero from the
North. tf3" CJrh?r of Plain and Marion