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Tuesday Morning, July 23,1867.
Con ncc t teat-Cen trail int lon.
In a recent letter written by tbo
Rev. Dr. Bacon, a prominent radical,
of Connecticut, he says:
"Tho people of Connectiout aro
further, to-day, from striking the
disgraceful word ont of their Consti?
tution, than they were six weeks
ago; and their unreasoning opposi?
tion to the change will be moro and
more confirmed if they find it identi?
fied with the policy of centraliza?
Of coarse, the "disgraceful word"
reforrod to is "white," which word
tho people of Connecticut will nol
erase froba their State Constitution,
notwithstanding all tho efforts of thc
In thia lotter, moreover, Dr. Ba
con ?8 down on Sumner's propositioc
to force negro suffrage upon all thc
States. Upon this point, he says:
"A few years' oxperionce of elco
tiona conducted by authority and
under regulntiona proceeding fron
tho seat of tho National Governmonl
would convince Ignotus himself (t
writer opposing him) that thc de?
struction of tho reserved rights o
tho States, and the consequent cen
tralization of power at the nntiona
capital, is identical with tho aubvor
sion of liberty.
"My confidouco is, that any at
tempt to gain for the National Go
vernmeut power over tho electivi
franchise in thc States will result ii
the completo overthrow of whatevc
party may engage in it."
This is about ns good States right
doctriuo ns over emanated froc
any Southern statesman or writci
Tho truth enunciated in tho first c
these two latter paragraphs cannu
be doubted. Continuod and iuoreai
ing centralization of power in any c
the departments of tho Natiaual Gc
vernment, will most certainly subvei
tho true principles of rep?blica
liberty, and render all the State
nothing moro nor less than eolouie
or dependencies, subject to every iii
or doctrine that may bo promulgate
from the national capital. Tho Ami
rican people are not what they hn\
always been represented-lovers <
true liberty-if thoy do not check L
tho power of the ballot-box this dat
g?rons tendency, becoming moro a]
parent every day.
As to tho prediction contained i
tho last paragraph, as it is again
ono of tho most prominent repr
scntativos of his own party, Dr. ]
is evidently alarmed, lest, if this ur
versai suffrage is thrust upon tl
States against their will by that part
it will bo tho forerunner of its d
strnction. Thia may bo so; and
the conservativo element of tho Nor
shall bo found strong enough to si
cesafnlly rosist this innovation up
State rights, after reconstruction, t
re-adhritted Southern States will tb
occupy tho same ground as th
always did. This is by no means
unimportant additional incentivo
the Southern people to register a
vote in complianco with tho laws
Equal rights under tho Cousti
tion, with tho safeguards to 1
rights of tho pooplo of tho sove
States which that instrument conf
and guarantees, is all tho South c
ask for. Wo seo no other way
hor people to secure those but by
early return to the Union of th
fathers in tho shortest and speech
way-in fact, tho only way loft
them. As Gen. nindmnu says ii
recent letter, in which ho takes
ground of other Southern goner
viz: acquiescence in tho milit
bills, ho does so because "tho po
that forces them upon us is grei
than wo can resist, and utter aud ]
inanent ruin may overwhelm us i
further resistance against it." rJ
last reason-tho probability of u
ruin-is the ono which impels ni
urge reconstruction and a retur
tho Union and to prosperity.
A CATHOMCJ CONGRESS TO HE Ci
ED.-Wo eeo it stated that Fa
Hecker, of Now York, founder of
Congregation of St. Paul, whicl
composed exclusively of convert
tho Catholic faith, intends, with
approval of tho Catholic hiorarclr
call a Catholic Congress of tho cl
and intolligont laymen of the Ur
States, to assemble in New 1
next year, "for tho purpose of ac'
ing measures for a moro thon
plan of propagating Catholio i
and knowledge of tho Catholic
gion in all portions of tho count;
-?? ? ? ?
Tho Peruvian Congress has de<
a continuance- of tho Spanish wi
Union Meeting ut lexington C. II.
At tli6 call of tho Executive Com?
mittee appointed by a meeting of tito
loyal citizons of tho Diotrict, on tho
9th of Ar lost, a large and enthu?
siastic assemblage oonvenod at the
Court House, on the 4th of July, for
tho purpose of eleoting delegates to
represent the District in the Union
Republican Convention, to bo held
in Columbia, on the 24th instant.
Albert M. Boozor was called to the
Chair, and B. J. Hayes waa appoint?
Tho Chair explained the object of
the meeting in a few remarks, whilo
tho already crowded hall was being
?lied to overflowing. Mr. S. Corloy
road the address of the Union Re?
publican Central Committee and tho
letter of Gen. James Longstreet,
which wero received with ranch ap?
Mr. S. Corloy then offered for tho
consideration of tho meeting the plat?
form of tho Union Republican party,
adopted at Charleston, in Moy last.
On motion of Judge L. Boozer,
tho platform waa referred to a com?
mittee of flvo for immediate consider?
ation. The Chair appointed as this
committed Mr. S. Gorier, Judge L.
Boozer, Charles Hntto, Esq., Dr. E.
S. J. Hayes and Kev. P. R. Norphlet.
The committee retired to consult.
During tho absenco of this com?
mittee, uddresses were made by
Messrs. S. A. Houston, Henry
Brooker and Frank Hyler; which
wcro received with much interest.
Tho committee mado tho following
report through their chairman : The
committee appointed to examino the
platform of tho Union Republican
party, with a roferenco to uuitiug
with tho same, respectfully report:
That they fully endorse tho general
principles of tho Union Republican
party of tho United States, in its
plan of reconstruction of the rebel
States to tho Union os adopted by
Congress, in what aro known ns the
Reconstruction Acts, und recommend
that this mooting forthwith elect
delegates to tho Convention, to bo
held in Columbia, ou the 24th instant,
and that wo hereby pledgo ourselves
to conform our future action to tho
platform which may there bo adopt?
ed. The report was unanimously
Ou motion of Charles nutto, Esq.,
a committee of twolvo were appoint?
ed, consisting of Dr. J. N. Boozer,
John S. Hendrix, Emanuel Sharp,
Charles Hutto, Esq., S. Corloy, Elias
Rister, Emanuel Walker, Isaac Wal
I ker, Robert Counts, Prank Hyler,
William Dawson and Henry Brooker,
to nominate delegates to tho conven?
tion. The committeo nominated
Judge L. Boozor, S. Corloy and Rev.
P. R. Norphlet, which nomiuation
was confirmed by tho unanimous
voice of tho mooting.
Tho Chairman of tho Executive
Committee theu road their report,
which WILS received as information.
VOn motion of Judgo L. Boozor,
tho Executive Committee was dis?
charged, and tho chairman of the
mcetiug requested to appoint an?
other committee, to consist of twenty
members, whoso duty it shall bo to
promoto tho interests of tho loyal
pcoplo of tho District in tho work of
reconstruction, and to call a meeting
of tho citizens when necessary.,
On motion of S. Colley, thoj chair?
man of the meeting was appointed
Chairman of tho Executive Commit?
tee, and ho was authorized to appoint
nineteen other members.
Ou motion of S. Corloy, the Execu?
tive Committee was authorized to
j preparo an address to the citizons of
! the District, if they deem it expe?
On motion, it was resolved to send
tho proceedings of this meeting to
tho editors of tho Pine nix, with a re?
quest that they publish thom, and that
nil other papers in tho State bo re?
quested to copy.
And tho meeting adjourned, after a
very satisfactory and harmonious ses?
sion. ALBERT M. BOOZER,
B. J. HAYES, Secretary.
THE INDISPENSABLE GRANT.-On
Wednesday, Gou. Grant was iu the
city, on his way to Long Branch,
where he was to bo welcomed hand?
somely by Mr. Seaton and other gon
tlemon, and expected to enjoy some
short respito from the labors aud tur?
moil of the national capital. But ho
was unablo to completo this pleasant
programme; for just at tho hour
when ho was about to leavo tho city
in ono direction ho was summoned
in another; being called by telegraph
to hasten immediately to tho na?
tional capital. Why ho was thus
suddenly called to Washington is not
known, but it has boen conjectured
that, from tho attitude of Mexico and
Europo, tho call might relato to
trouble ou tho Rio Grande; to tho
acts of filibusters; to somo necessity
iu tho Indian war, or some necessity
of reconstruction in the South.
Whether any of these was tho real
cause, is, of course, all a matter of
guess; but ono point of importance
is plain-they caunot get on in Wash?
ington for two days togethor without
Grant. Only his strong common
sense can keep straight tho muddled
mess and prevent the manifold obsti?
nacies and puerillities of the various
departments from running every?
thing into inoxtri ;ablo confusion, and
ho is now practically aud actually
doing tho duty of President, Com?
mander of tho Army, and Seoretary
of War.---.2vew York Herald, 18///.
Owing to tho non-arrival of a sup?
ply of paper, wo aro compelled to
issue a half sheet this morning. All
right again to-morrow.
Mr. McDougal hos favored ns with
a late copy of tho lioudon "Jutty."
Who will supply her help-mute
REGISTERS FOR RIOHIIAND.-The
Charleston papers publish the follow?
ing list of registers for this District:
Joseph H. Denk, M. J. Calnan, Dr.
F. W. Green, James Brown, Adolph
Feininger, J. White, W. B. Nash, W.
B. Edwards, Wm. Simons.
A LEARNED COOTE?.-Dr. E. E.
Jackson has recoutly added to his
aquariameuagerium a curiosity in tho
shapo of a learned cooter-whoso
queer antics aro very amusing. Make
an excuso, that you aro desirous of
obtaining n dose of salts, a blue pill,
j or some other equally pleasant dose,
and by that means obtain a look at
tho doctor's pct.
RENEW YOUR GARDENS.-A corres?
pondent of tho Camden Journal,
whose editor-Mr. Pogues-wo know
to be a famous gardonor, says that
Irish potatoes, planted this mouth,
will produco a good crop by frost
The seed may be obtained in digging
tho spring crop, by selecting those
too small for use, and drying them in
the shade for a day or two. Snap
benns, pluuted by tho 1st of August,
will afford au abundant supply, and
auy of tho extra early variety of peas
will como in before frost.
PLAIN TA T.K.-Mr. Raymond, of
the New York Timex, says that
"unless tho demoralization which
has been going on in tho public ser
vico for thc hist ten years can be
checked, and that speedily, our whole
financial system must utterly break
down. For when it comos to bc
understood that rogues can ami do
systematically escape taxation, honest
men will refuse to pay." This is to
tho point, and we hope that our in?
fluential cotemporary will put his
shoulder to tho wheel, ?iud earnestly
work to prevent such .. national ca?
THE RAILROAD CONTROVERSY.-Tho |
Orangohurg News says:
On Wednesday last, an application
was mado to his Honor Jud go i llover
for a writ of certiorari against tho
City Council of Columbia. It seems
that the City Council interfered in
tho dispute existing between the
South Carolina Railroad Company
and tho Hamburg and Columbia Kail
road Company; and under the plea
of abating a nuisance, removed au
engine on tho South Carolina Rail?
road track, at tho point where tht
other road desired to cross. The I
spot happened to be in the middle of
"Rico street," ono of the imaginary
highways of Columbia, known only
by being laid down os stich on a map
of tho city, but which has nevorheon
opened for travel as such.
The caso of the petitioners was |
ably advocated by lion. Joseph D.
Pope; while, with equal ability, the
City Council wero represented by
Hon. E. J. Arthur, (both gentlemen
of tho Columbia bar,) who certainly
mado several very strong points in
favor of tho municipal authorities of
tho capital. His Honor Judge]
Glover reserved his decision.
This is an ofT-shoot from tho cele?
brated railroad caso now pending in
chancery between tho rival compa?
nies above named.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Attention ia call- !
od to tho following advertisements, which
aro published tins morning for tho firBt
P. W. Tapo Columbia Malo School.
Apply at this Ofiice Topaz Pin Lost.
lt. N. Lewis-Notice.
1). li. DoSanssnre In Equity.
Invitation of Base Ball Club.
A fine lot of Desirable Goods have just
been opened by Mr. il. C. Shiver, who still
adheres to his popular principle of good
articles for little money. Read his adver?
tisement, and then examine tho goods.
SUMNER AND HIS ScnEME.-Mr.
Sumner's proposition to Congress is,
that pardons shall hereafter be grant?
ed by tho Presiden! to former rebel
land-ownora, on condition that thoy
shall part with a share of their es?
tates to their former slaves. He
agrees to pardoning, thon, on some
terms, says the Boston Post, and that
is a stop forward. But he does not
insist that the slave thus benofitod
shall have been loyal. Tho lattor
may have dono all ho could in his
way to aid and strengthen tho Con?
federacy, as every slave did who
stayed on the plantation and pro?
duced food for tho rebel armios.
That matters not with Mr. Sumner.
He asaumos, for the sake of giving a
neat shapo to his philanthropic plan,
that all the white land-holders at the
' South wero hostile to the Union, and
that all tho negroes wero its friends.
He is radically wrong, in both re?
spects, and hm plan is, therefore,
only one of confiscation and agrari?
|?cpr63sfj/ /or the Columbia Phoenix.]
LONDON, July 21.-Earl Derby, in
the House of Lords, announced the
execution of Maximilian. He enid
he shared in the feelings of all their
Lordships with regard to this unne?
cessary, cruel and barbarous murder,
which must have excited sorrow in
every country. A murder, purely
gratuitous, which, far from produc?
ing any beneficial cffeot, would only
add to tho miseries of Mexico. He
declined stating tho Government's
Lord Stratford do Ratcliffe said he
should press a resolution on tho sub?
ject in tho Gorps L?gislatif.
Thiers said tho Mexican expedition
had been without good results to
Franco, and tho prestige of her great?
ness was lost in America and compro?
mised in Europe.
Jules Farro said the French troops
should have brought Maximilian
away, and thus saved France from
tho stain of blood which will rest
In the Senate, Router said the
Fron ch did everything they coidd tc
induce Maximilian to como away.
Tho traitor Lopez has been de?
graded from tho Legion of Honor.
Two thousand Belgian volunteem
arrived in Englnud in six steamers.
Tho Turks claim that nearly all thc
districts of Sphokia have yielded.
Tho Owl says no intervention o:
European powers will occur in conso
quence of Maximilian's execution.
? ? ?
WASHINGTON, July 21.-Tho lates
official accounts received at thoGrcel
Legation give terrible accounts o
Turkish cruelties in Crete. Tin
Cretans inflicted severe puuishmeu
on one of Omar Pasha's spies
Omar, in retaliation, crucified ?
Grecian priest, iu order, say tho de
spatcbes, to satiato bia revengo am
cast odium on tho Christian religion
from which Omar is apostuciscd, h av
ing himself been born Christian. H
next besieged n cavern in whiol
Greek women and children had take
refuge, closing the mouth and lea\
iug them to lie of starvation. Th
despatches sbtto that tho Turkis
Government declines to yield to th
remonstrances of tho European pow
era regarding Omar Pasha's coudno
WASHINGTON, July 22.-The Rt
publican Congressional Committee
circular says they have 20,000 Sou tl
ern loj-al names, to which document
aro regularly seut. The report saj
only money is needed to carry tl
Southern States at tho elections pr?
vided for by Congress.
It was Senator Typton who objec
ed to Greeley's confirmation as M
nister to Austria; no iuducomei
could causo him to support a baili
of .Tefl". Davis.
Tho Treasury bolds $117,000,000
treasure, whereof $21,000,000 are go
Internal revenue receipts $965,00
NEW YORK, July 22.-Tho steam
Ocean Queen, from Aspinwall, brin
BOGOTA, July 21.-All quiet. Mt
quera is still iv prisoner. Tho Bo
var Legislature refuses to ackno
ledge any other power than Mosqi:
ra. The political discord with Ch
Tho cholera is decreasing in Br
nos Ayres, and bus disappeared frc
the seaboard republics.
Vera Cruz advices say Maximiliai
body is coming there for delivery
MEMPHIS, July 22.- -An iucendin
fire at tho Navy Yard destroy?
amoug other things, ?$00 bales cottc
Despatches from Gen. A. J. Sm
announce tho safe arrival of the tn
at Fort Harker, with Bishop Laii
priests aud Sisters of Charity, w
had Leen reported massacred.
SAVANNAH, July 22.-Registrati
has closed iu this city until Augu
Total whites 2,259; colored 3,032.
WILMINGTON, N. C., July 22.-1
weather generally since the Into bet
rains is favorable to crops, though
somo localities they aro now tbrt
encd with drought. Tho peoplo
this Stato liavo as yet received no
finite information iu regard to ref
tration ; great apathy exists.
NEW ORLEANS, July 22.-A we
later dates havo been received. *]
Brownsville Ranchero doubts the
port of tho army of observ?t
under Cortiua. It publishes extrn
from a lotter said to have been w
ten by Escobodo to Gomez, direct
him, by ovory means in his power
mako tho country Mexican; and
property found in the hands of
reigners, acquired by Mexican t
fortunes, should be taken; and
shall havo power to hunt them fi
the country. Ho said his motto
"Death to all strangers I" He i
said "there is no dui)ger of tho Y
kees interfering with us solong us
Southern States aro kept out of
Union; besides, tho black men wc
Bido with us, and may at any t
prouounco against tho white,
fore we get through with foreign
tho Yankees will think wo are
earnest, and the time will come w
their notables will be bogging
their own heads instead for thos<
Up to tho 13th, Marquis O'Hai
and some of his adherents had
boen found, but it is supposed 1
aro secreted in tho house of tho
Diaz hr.s ordored the capturo o
foreign representatives who do
recognize the Liberal Govornmor
Soven hundred Austrian prisoners
have been sent to Pueblo, and twelve
more generals shot at Queretaro;
amongst others Castillo, and four
Juarez has issued an order iu con -
vocation of the Congress elect by
President Ortega in porson, ut Mon?
Captain Freomau, of tho revenue
cutter Wilderness, conveyed Madam o
Juarez aud party to Vora Cruz. Ho
reports tho Liberals extremely inde?
pendent and saucy.
At Vera Cruz, tho Prussian Consul
is conducting negotiations with the
Liberals for the release of tho Aus?
Santa Anna is still alive. The
Campeachy captors aro awaiting in?
structions from the Liberal Govern?
ment, feeling that ho will undoubt?
edly be shot.
RICHMOND, July 22.-Montgomery
Blair spoke at the Rockbridgo Alum
Springs on Saturday. He severely
denounced the radicals. Of Presi?
dent Johnson, ho said that ho had.
defeated tho conservativo party by
retaining his enemies in office. Ho
would advise him now to get rid of
theso spies around him, and maka
Gen. Grant, who, he behoved, was a
just mau, tomporary Secretary of
War. A telegraphic despatch says
about 11,000 persous wero present,
and among them Gen. Joo Johnston.
Gov. Pierpont spoke at Halifax
to-day to about 3,000 persons, ne
was followed by both white and co?
Tho Witta has accounts of a meet?
ing in Charlotto County, at which
Col. Henry, a Confederate colouel of
infantry, presided. Delegates were
appointed to the Republican Conven?
tion. A Republican meeting has also
been held in Amelia.
FINANCIAL. ANO COMMERCIAL..
NEW YORK, July 22-Noon.-Gold
30',?. Stocks strong. Mouoy 5.
Sterling unchanged. Flour steady.
Wheat quiet. Corn 2@3c. lower.
Pork tinner, at $23.2D@23.75. Lard
quiet. Cotton firm; middlings 27.
7 P. M.-Cotton moro active and
very firm; sales 3,000 bales, at 27.
Flour steady-Southern ?BO' .,(<> 17.
Wheat quiet-new amber Georgia
2.70(f/'2.80; white 2.85; now Tennes?
see white 2.75. Corn heavy, at noon's
decline. Stocks generally steady.
BALTIMORE, July 22.-Cotton firm
and active-middling uplands 25'.jiV
2G. Flour-higher grades declined
61 a barrel, other grades OOo. Wheat
-largo supply offering aud nearly all
takou, ata declino of l?fVtj'iOc.-prime
and choico Maryland red firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn steady-white 1.10(<?l.l8; yel?
low 1.12071.ll. Bacon shoulders 13
@13?.i; rii) sides 15. Bidk meats held
'.j higher. Sugar firm, at lP.i('.' 12
for good to fair refining.
CINCINNATI, July 22.-Flour dull
and declined 75n.(/?6l-family 10.75.
Wheat dull and lower. Corn ?lull and
nominal. Mess pork ndvanced-2 ((<(
21'.?. Bulk meats higher-shoulders
ll '.j ; sides 13. Bacon firm - shoulders
12??@12%; clear sides 15?<?.
SAVANNAH, July 22.-Cotton firm
and tending upward; light stock re?
stricts business -middling 25@25J?.
CHARLESTON', July 22.-Cotton in
moderate demand and prices firm;
sales GO bales; low middlings 231,(o
21; middlings 25.
AUGUSTA, July 22. -Cotton stifi";
holders asking an advance; sales 31
bales- -middlings 23'.,. Tho wheat
yield is larger than for many years.
The com crop is abundant; the re?
cent rains have scoured the older
corn, while the younger promises
finely. Cotton is three to four weeks
late, hut looks good and is bolling
well; the prospect is favorable.
NEW ORLEANS, July 22.-Sales of
cotton 000 bales; market finn-low
middlings 21'.?(o 25; receipts 180
bales. Sugar and molasses no change;
stock light. Flour quiet -doublo
extra 811.75; choice 618.50. Corn
firm-yellow and mixed iii.25(? 1.35.
Pork firm and active, at 825. Bacon
stock light-shoulders 13_'.j; clear
15(Wil5?4. Tho cotton prospect con?
tinues dubious, owing to continued
rains. Tho worm has appeared in
somo districts and tho wet weather
prevented tho grass being cleared out;
it is reported that cotton has been
ploughed in and replanted in certain
sections; from the upland districts,
reports uro moro favorable, but all
agree that even a two-thirds crop
anywhere is contingent upon the
cessation of rains. The prospect of
the grain crops aro tho best ever
MOBILE, July 22.-Sales of cotton
to-day 200 bales; market quiet-low
middlings 22(?-/,>22,._.. Tho late inces?
sant rains, it is feared, havo injured
tho cotton crop. The corn crop will
LONDON, July 22-Noon.-Consols
01 7-10. Bonds 72%.
LTVERI'OOL, July 22-Noon.-Cot?
ton firm;.sales,12,000 bales.
NEW JERSEY ON NEGRO SUFFRAGE.
The Newark Jour mil says that thoro
is quite a largo Glemont of tho Repub?
lican party which will quit tho party
if this issue is forced at tho coming
election, and adds that a negro
equality will not go d~vn in New
- ---- ^ m ?
According to tho Memphis Ava?
lanche, tho polico commit nearly all
tho depredations committod in that
city. Thoy recently robbed a dying
carpenter of his tool chest ami other
property, in broad day, ami a Chi?
cago dotoctivo traced a robbery to
tho Chief of Police.
Columbia, wiiolt huir l'rlrca Currint.
HI" FlSUEIi <fc LO WU A XC E.
APPLES-Vjoi bushel..:.il 75
BAG (UNG-Gunny, po* yar '. :!<>
Dundee " . 28
BADE HOPE-Manilla, per lb.
N. Y. or Wont, pr lb. . 1G&20
BACON-Hams, per lb.20@22
Hides " .17?18
.Shoulder?, '* .14@15
BUTTEE-Northern, per lb. 50
Country, " .25(??:M>
BHIOKS -Per 1,000.10 OOd?Vi oo
COTTON YARN- Per bunch. 2 25
COTTON-Ordinary, per lb.
Middling," . 23
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb.40@50
Adamantine, **. 25
Tallow, " . '?tl
COFFEE- Hio, per ID. <.25<?i?30
Laguavra, " . 40
Java, " M .45C?)00
QHEESE -English Dairy, per lb... 25
Slummed, " ? ? . 20
COHN- Per bushel. 1 75(i?l 80g
FLOUH-Super., per bbl. 12 Ot)
HAY-Northern, per cwt.
Eastern " . 2 25
HIDES-Dry, per lb.
Oreen, " . 8
INDIGO-Carolina. 1 25
LAUD-Per lb. 1?
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft...... 1 50
Scantling, " .
Shingles, per 1,000.
LIME-Por bbl. 2 75
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon.C0ry?70
New Orleans, *' 1 10f?)l 25
Sugar House. " ... . 1 25
NAILS-Per keg.7 50@8 Ol)
ONIONS-Per bnahel. 1 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon.10&? 00
Terebono, " .
Sperm. " . 3 50
PEAS- Per bushel.
POTATOES- Irish, per bushel. 2 25
Sweet, " . 1 25
RICE-Carolina, per lb .Pilbil
East India, " .
SPECIE -Gold.1 31tf?l 3?
Silver. 1 28frj)l 82 '
HALT Liverpool, per sack. ?1 50
Table, " . 5 00
SOAP- -Fer bar.10(?$12J
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb. -20
Powdered, " .
Brown, " ....12J(?)17
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon. t; 00
Cognac Urandy, " . 0 00
Domestic "' H
Holland Gin, . 8 00 m
American " " . 4 O') K
Jamaica Rum, . 0 00 S
Bourbon Whiskey1, . 3 00 J
Monongahela " . 5 Ot) fM
Rectitied " . 2 50 I
STARCH-Fer lb. 15 I
TEA-Green, per lb.1 10?2 00 I
Rlack, " .1 00CV?2 Ot) W
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.30 (ic 100 V
Smoking, " .50 ?j) 75 ^
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon. 75
Cider, . GO .
French, " . 1 60
WINE-Champagne, per l>asket.25@35 00
Port, per gallon. 4 50
Shorn-, " .3 50?5 00*
Madeira, " . 5 00
MEATS-Fork, per lb. 15
Mutton, " . 124
POULTRY-Turkcvs, per pair. 8 On
, Ducks* . 1 (Ml
Chickons, " . 1 00 1
Geese. .? . 1,60 [
ON SATURDAY, the 20tb, between J.
Mendel's and C. F. Jackson's, a small '
TOPAZ FIN. Tho tinder will be rewarded?
by leaving it at this office. July 23 I*1 j
rilHE oni(x,Ts and members ot thc Phil.
X Sheridan Base Rall Club respectfully
invite the gentlemen of Colombia, s. C.,
and vicinity, to a friendly gamo of base,
ball, at any time that may bo convenient ,
to them. In proffering Ibis invitation, ,
they arc actuated by a desire to p?ujnotol
friendly intercourse, between the IHAMI
tunis of Columbia and tho troops
tinned at tho post. Any communication
addressed to tho Secretary, Mr. F. A.l
Grey, Company R, 5th United States Artil-'
lerv, will re?oive prompt attention. A4
match gnuie will bo played T()-M*dUiOYU j
(Wednesday.) al 3o'clock p. m.- -first '4M
versos tho Club. July 2:*?JH
IS hereby given to all persona who may
hold i eceipts or other obligations from
mo, to which I have neglected to; allix tho
proper revenue stamps, that I Am ready
and willing, at any titno hctwuoift this and
tho lirst day of August next, to comply
with tho rc>p"iiremontsof the revenue laws.
Such omissions have been accidental and
uni intentional. R. N,' LEWIS.
July 23 tilths
Robert. W. Gibbes. Trustee, ys. Malinda
I>URSUANT to the order o3 Court, tho
creditors of JOSEPH A. MINES, de?
ceased, are required to prov? their de?
mands before me on or bc f003 thc 1st of
D. H. DKSAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
July 23_I tufli)
Sthool-llousf of Palmetto Lodge- No. 188.8.131.52. f.
^ THE exercises of this school,
?J 'j^V for tho second session of 1867.
^OTCJBfaMvill be resumed on tho FIRST
^n?pGfe'M()Nl>AY in August.
^ePjjy Thc Departments of Study
<&gr aro three-the ENGLISH, thc
CLASSICAL ami tho MERCANTILE.
Tho English Department embraces spell?
ing, reading, penmanship, geography,
composition, history ami arithmetic.
The Classictl Department comprehends
tho Latin, tho Greek and the Mathomatioal
Uonrso roquired for admission into college,
or necessary tobo pursued before entering
tho University of South Carolina.
Tho Mercantile Department includes
book-keeping by singlo and donblo entry,
mercantile arithmetic, and commercial
forms and correspondctco.
Pupils may pursue tho studios of ono
lepartment only, or nay, in connection
therewith, devote then ?elves to such se?
lect branches in tho otter departments as
their timo and attaimients will permit.
Whilo thorourjlt i>istru;tion will bo given in
ill three departments during tho regular
morning exercises of tho school, pupils in
tho Mercantile Deiartiuont, as well as
foung mon ongagodiu business, will enjoy
in tho afternoon, wi/hout any extra charge,
tho advantages of paivato instruction lor
two hours, to bo dfVotod exclusively to tho
explanation and ffractical application of
tho principles of l(?>ok-keeping. As only a
limited uuinbcr o^schoiats are admitted,
every attention lill bo paid to pupils ne?
cessary to cnabli them to pursue their
>t udies with intacst and success.
The rato of tufnoii fora half session of
wo and a halfftonths is $10, payable at
ho closo of caA half session.
ff P. Wi PAPE, Principal.
July 23 ff tutli 1