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> Wednesday Morning, Joly^, 1868.^
The Connu of th? Phfjfnjx.
In the earnest efforts modo by thia
journal to promote, by political,
practical and industrial agencies, the
good of the Stato, -won?eoT soarcoly
say that there will bo ' no relaxation.
Bonnd up as are our'-interests with
the interests of tho State, we trust
that tfmo will ahnw that we have net
misconceived the. direction wherein
those interests- aro to be found.
Pursuing tile even -tenor of our way,
adopting the cuggestions of prudence |
nnd moderation abd common sense,
we expect that th? policy wo havel
pursued will find its vindication,.and
that the hopes -we bave expressed j
will find their fruition in a redeemed
and prosperous commonwealth.
The Democratic Convention. .
The radical prosa throughout tho
country is endeavoring to create tho
impression that irreqoncil?blo differ?
ences in regard to tho merits of the
popular ' candidates are likely to di?
vide the Democratic Convention.
The wish is evidently father to, tho
thought in this instance, and is born
of their disappointment and anxiety.
Never before did the great Democra?
tic party go into council moro united
or unanimous in regard to men 'and
measures. It .is perfectly natural
that different sections should express
their preferences in behalf of differ?
ent candidates, but tho. press has
everywhere united in manifesting a
determination to abide by tho result,
nb matter npou whom the mantle of
choice may fall. It is true, a few of
the weak-kneed papers,' such us tho
New.York World, have shown a dis
position to coquette 1 with tho Demo
eratic view of negro suffrage, but the
prompt and marked manner in which
their suggestions have ' been every
where snubbed, hos forced them, in
.almost every instance, ^.tq. acknow?
ledge their error. From present ap
pearances, tho Democratic platform
will be framed on the broadest basis,
and embody the bold nnd manly
assertion of those political views
whioh recently carried the elections
in the great West and New England
the very citadels of radical strongth
The leaders, in marked contrast with
those of tho radical party, have
opened their cars tq the cry of tho
people, who.have already recorded at
the polls their verdict upon tho im?
portant political issues at stake. Wo
feel assured that their reliance is not
misplaced; and in the success-which
is already heralded, tho South will
have nothing loft to desire.
The Albany (N. Y.) Argus, of the
26th, speaks as follows:
"No Convention over assembled so
entirely a deliberative body aa the
approaching one. The questiou of
candidates is as open to-day as it was
three months ago. There has boon
few committals, not many instruc?
tions 'and no exaction of pledges.
The enthusiasm Of his Western
friends prompted them to present the
name of Mr. Pendleton, and with it
a financial platform. Not only would
Mr. Pendleton's chances have been
stronger if this attempt ut forestall?
ing the action of the Convention had
not been made, but they would have
been irresistible. Wo havo only to
imagine the Convention m?t, its
i broad platform made, and tho candi?
date to be chosen. What candidato
could be named moro popular than
the gallant young representative of
the Ohio Democracy? But, strong
as ho is, wo do not believe tho Con?
vention will narrow this great Consti?
tutional strugglo upon whioh wo aro
approaching down to a more financial
issue. Nor do wo believe that the
New York Democracy, educated , in
the creed of Jefferson, abd impressed
with deep convictions upon the sub?
ject by the long warfare under Jack?
son, will ever consent to seek tho so?
lution of our financial troubles in the
issue of depreciated paper currency
No matter under what indirection its
oourse is concealed, or by what so?
phistry defended, the depreciation of
the curroncy is the direst tax upon
labor. Tho upper classes turn the
orisis of transition of values, which
it brings about, into an opportunity
for amassing greater wealth; while
the whole burdon of loss is thrown
upon the people. We do not deny
that the dont is to be paid in the cur?
rency of the country, such as it shall
be when tija occasion comes to pay
it. or any portion of it. ,We depre?
cate only the policy, which, for the
sake of anticipating tho necessity of
payment, should deteriorate the
whole volume of the currency of the
people. The remedy for tho public
grievance does not lie in that direc?
tion. Every patriot since tho days
of the Revolution has protested
against the abuses of paper money
It lies in co iud taxation. That waa
tho question over wbioh the men of
tho Revolution fought; and their
cause they bavo transmitted to us to
: defend.' Tho policy that preserves in
tho bosom of ' every community 04
; class rexecopted fro ni i's share in ital
common . burdens, is fatal to the
'American idea bf equality and must
be fatal, in the end, to liberty.
"The Convention, wo hope, will
declare this principle in its platform,
and assert tho purpose of the Demo?
cracy to restore the Union as it was,
und tho Constitution as it is! Let it
accept tho results of tho war, as de?
clared in the amendment to that in?
strument, viz: the abolition of
slavery, and the extinction of the
Confederate Govorum?ut, its debt,
?fcc L?t our) first task be to restore
tho broken fragments of our once
glorious system, and breathe in them
anew the breath of life. Let ques?
tions -of mere administration be re?
served for a later day.1
'...?.. . *.'<.* *
"But while throwing open wide the
doors of the party to every one who
seeks or claims entrance, and recog?
nizing in every member the rights of
the highest, we do not for a moment
propose to venture upon any new ex?
periment that would endanger the
unity of the party. We intend to go
with the mon who for the past eight
years haye traveled with us the rough
und dangerous paths of adversity.
They aro our brothers. Wo never
faltered in their company when tho
hour was darkest. We have no
temptation to leave them now that
brighter skies shino over ull of us.
"Lot us uuito the party upon some
candidate who shall represent it best,
in the approaching struggle. We
need a statesman; tho cxigeocies of
the country demand one, aud the
people aro looking for ono nt the
hands of tho Convention. It is not
impossible to represent the soldier
element upon the same ticket; but
the first task of tho Convention will
be to embody in its candidate for
President the idea of the supremacy
of the Constitution over force. That
done, wo may leave the rest to the
people. Their voto will confirm the
decision of the Convention, and save
The Boston Advertiser, in a vein
of sarcasm, says: "It would bo a
glorious sight to seo Gens. Hancock
and Slocum fraternizing with Gens.
Wade Hampton and Forrest," "all
holding identical opinions ou thc
great national questions." Why not?
Was not tho war for the ro-ostablish
ment of the Union, and can there be
a union without harmony? Excru- j
ciatingly funny as such a picture may]
appear, it is nevertheless tho con?
summation devoutly wished by nil
true patriots North and South.
The New York correspondent of
the Boston Post, writing on tho 26th
ultimo, in regard to tho approaching
Democratic Convention, says:
"I understand that some Southern
delegates-those prominent in the
Confederate military service-are
somewhat concerned as to their re?
ception in the Convention. It may
remove their uneasiness On this point
to learn that they will ba regarded
simply in tho oharacter in which they
appear, without reference to their
record in1 the war. It is the purpose
of tho leading men of the Democratic
party to do all they eau to make tho
Convention perfectly harmonious,
und I think no demonstration for or
against any man on account of his
position in tho wur will bo made
either in or out of tho Convention.
If Gen. Forrest aud Gen. Wade
Hampton appear in the places as?
signed to them, tho Convention will
regard thom merely as delegates and
show them tho same courtesy and
respect shown to delegates from any
< * ? ?
A Yankeo, who went to Raleigh
before the Into war, says the Richmond
Dispatch, preached there regularly
on his own hook, and, when the war
bogan, ran off to thc North, has just
obtained judgment in tho United
States Court, at Raleigh, Judge
Drooka, for the sum for which ono of
his'slaves was sold, though the per?
son who bought tho slave was com?
pelled to . pay tho samo sum to the
Confederate Government as seques?
tered property. This decision forces
tho purchaser to pay twice for the
same slave, and once to a Northern
preacher. This decision is not only
a hard one and manifestly unjust,
but is, in our opinion, in violation of
tho principles of the common law.
if tho United States Government
was unable'to prevent tho seqaestra- 1
tion of the monoy, it ought itself to |
pay th"t man who sold tho slave.
Morris Cornell, a poor man, while !
ping : home with a 81,000 United
States bond, which he had bought
with bis earnings, was arrested by
tn officer for allowing an unmuzzled
iog to run. the streets. On tho- way
ko the police station, the man lost
tiis bond, but tho officer dragged 1
bim off without allowing him to iook
for it. A* court, Cornell was dis?
charged because the dog did not
belong to him.-New York Tribune.
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I iiooal Xtema.
LThe non-arrival of a supply ol
paper forces us to-issue a half sheet
W-cl^v. All ^? _mor^rL_
TiThe July number of the Land We
Love is before us. General Hill
scores Pollard, the so-called histo?
rian, very severely and justly. The
miscellaneous portion of the maga?
zine will repay perusal.
Mr. . !O?cndiningv as we* are in?
formed, dispensed a huge pot-full of
fine turtle soup, yesterday, to his
patrons. Notwithstanding the pres?
sure, he retained his thoughts about
him. and presented the Phoenix with
a, liberal allowance.
j DEATH OF AN ELDERLY COLOBBD
j MAN.-Stepney Goodwyn, an old
I colored man, who has been a resident
of Oolumbia from its infanoy, depart?
ed this life, yesterday, at the ad?
vanced age of 78. Stepney was a
faithful servaut, and formerly be?
longed to Colonel Goodwyn.
THE "HOME" IN Cu A IVESTON.
We have been authorized to state
that any provisions that the liberal
may be disposed to contribute to this
most worthy charity, will be trans?
mitted on the South Carolina Bail
road. Direct to Mrs. M. A. Snow?
den, President of tho Widows' Home,
care of Superintendent H, T. Peake,
of the South Carolina Railroad.
Another jnvenilo thief was over?
hauled, yesterday. The young ono
bad taken some monoy from the
drawer of Messrs. Swygert ?t Senn,
and was endeavoring to make his
escape, when he was caught and
turned over to the tender mercies o?
the police. It is to be hoped that he
will, for a length of time, be put in o
placo where ho cannot reach mer?
POSTPONED.-We have been re?
quested to state that the performance
by Bailey's Southern Dramatics ha.'
been postponed until to-morrow even?
ing, July 2, in Gregg's Hall. Two new
pieces-the drama of the "Daughter
of tho Rogiment," and tho farce oi
"Paddy, the Piper." Mi. s Parrot!
will introduce several new plays und
dances. For particulars, see*- pro?
1 KI:i,AND CONQUERED.-Not satis
fied with the partial success of Mr.
James Crawford over him in th?
size of In. h potatoes, Colonel Tho
mas has returned to the contest
and, on yesterday, exhibited u spool
men of the "Monitor," weighing fif
teen ounces, thus beating Mr. Craw
ford's best, and, thus far, carryinf
of the palm. These specimens o
tho "Monitor" aro said to be th<
finest ever raised here, and equal U
any North. The seed came from Dr
RAILROAD CELEBBATION AT BATES
VILLE-COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA RATL
ROAD.-The people in the vicinity o
Batesvillo (near old Leesville) pro
poso to celebrate tho completion o
tho road to that point, on Saturday
tho 4th inst., by a pio-nic, &o. Wi
learn that there are fine shade trees
pure water^ and a large depot build
ing thoro. A. jolly good time may bi
anticipated. An accommodatioi
train will be run on this occasion
leaving Columbia at half-past I
o'clock A. M.; and returning, leav
Bates' at 4 o'clock P. M. Fare $
from Columbia, and fifty cents fron
Lexington Court House, for the ronni
FOB NEW YOBK.-Excursion ticket
to Now York, via Wilmington, cai
bo obtained at the office of the Sont
Carolina Railroad Company. Pas
sengers from the up country, b;
taking the 6 o'clock a. m. train, avoi
a delay of ten hours in Columbio
they also havo the choice of thre
routes from Weldon to New Yo ri
The fare is $29.
M?Tii ARRANGEMENTS.-The poi
office open during the week from 8)
a. m. to 7 p. m. On Sundays, froi
4 to 5 p. m.
The Charleston and Western mail
are open for delivery at4>? p. m., an
close at 8)4 p. m. Charleston nigl
mail open ~$?4 a. m., close 4)? p. m.
Northern-Open for delivery t
8?? a. m., closes at 2:46 p., m.
Greenville-Open for^delivery 5)
p. m., doses at 8% p. m.
NEW ADVRBTISEMENTS.-Special a
trillion is called to the following nc
vortisements, published for tho fin
time this morning:
Meeting Riohland Lodge.
A. H. Monteith'-Assignee's Sale.
Richard Barry-Sickness. ;r"
C. A. Graeser-Notice. "
CHARLESTON, Jane 30.-Arrived
steamer Charleston, New York;
steamer Falcon, Baltimore. Sailed
schooners .Starlight and M. M. Pote,
Boston. ' i
General Conby has removed the
Governors and Lieutenant-Governors
of North and South Carolina, and
appointed the newly elected officers
in their stead. This will take effect
on the meeting of the State Legisla?
tures and is done to facilitate the in?
auguration of the officers elect, whioh
takes place when-the Howard amend?
ment has been ratified.
SAVANNAH, June 30.-Two white
men were murdered in Wilcox Coun?
ty by a negro, who was captured,
after being shot, and brought to this
city by fourteen of his own color.
ATLANTA , Jane 30.-Sixteen cars
left for Milledgeville this morning, to
remove the furniture of the State
capital to Atlanta.
The court for the trial of the Co?
lumbas prisoners met this morning
at 10 o'clock-ex-Gov. Brown and
three associates for prosecution,
Alex. H. Stephens and others for de?
RALEIGH, June 30.-The Legisla?
ture meets to-morrow. Gen. Canby
suspends the test oath. It is under?
stood he issued an order to Chief
?TuBtiee Pearces, yesterday, to qualify
before the United States Commis?
sioner, by taking the oath required
by the new Constitution, and then
administer the same oath to they
other Judges and officers.
The venerable Edmnnd B. Free?
man died to-day, in his seventy-first
year. He had been Clerk of the
North Carolina Supreme Court thirty
five years. The old Court expired
to-day, and so did its old and able
JACKSON, Miss., June 29-The
second day's eleotion dosed here
with a radical majority of 616 in this
County, where* there is a registered
colored majority of 1,700. Tho
election will not close throughout
the State for several days. Full
returns received from but few Coun?
ties. Some of the radical strong?
holds have been heard from. The
majority for the Democrats to this
time is 12,785. The radical news?
paper at this place says, in all Coun?
ties where the Democrats have
received majorities, the election
must be declared illegal and void,
although there is not a singlo ont
rage known to the public. The
official organ of the radical party in
this State has suspended publication.
The polls at Vicksburg were kept
opeu till 10 o'clock on Saturday
night, by General McDowell, against
the earnest protests of the citizens.
WASHINGTON, Juno 30.-In the
Senate, the resolution of the Texas
Reconstruction Convention, narrating
disorder and murders in that State,
was referred to the Military Commit?
tee. Thos. W. Osborn, as Senator
from Florida, was seated-33 to 6.
In the House, the credentials of
tho Florida Representatives were
reforod to the Eleotion Committee.
A joint resolution to adjourn on the
15th Joly, passed-91 to 47.
Grant has gone West and Gen.
Rawlins officiates in his absence.
Internal revonne for the fiscal year
ending to-day $190,000,000.
The Senate tabled the House reso?
lution to adjourn on the 15th prox.
ST. PAUL, Jone 30.-The celebrated
Chippewa chief, Hole-in-the-day, has
FINANCIAL, AND COMMERCIAL,.
NEW YORK, Jane 30-Noon.-Gold
?0%. Flour drooping. Wheat
nominally lower. Mess pork 27.75.
Lard lower-steam 16@16^. Cot?
ton quiet, at 31?$?.
7 P. M.-Cotton firm; eales 2,000
bales, at 31>?. Flour doll and de?
clining-superfine State firstname.lastname@example.org;
Southern dull and drooping; com?
mon to fair extra 9@10. ^Wheat very
dull-Western mixed 99(^1.00. Mess
?ork heavy, at 27.95. Lard lower
BALTIMORE, June 30.-Cotton dall.
Flour anohanged. Wheat dull-new
white 2.25. Corn firm-white 1.13;
yellow 1.12. Shoulders 14.
CINCINNATI, Juae 30.-Flour dull
and nominal. Corn declining-88@
84. Provisions nominal, and no de?
mand for any article.
CHARLESTON, June 30.-Cotton
more doing and improved J.j firle ;
sales 33 bales-middlings 30><?.
AUGUSTA, Ju na 30.-Cotton market
dull and un ch anrod; sales 162 bales
SAVANNAH, Jnoev80.-Cotton mar?
ket quiet and sffeldy; sales 242
bales-middlings 30@31j?; receipts
NEW ORLEANS, Jane 30.-Cotton
firm-middling 29; sales ^250 bales.
Flonr unsettled and irregular-super?
fine 6.75(^7. Cotn dull, at 90@95.
Pork dull, at 29. Bacon dull
shoulders 13; olear 17. Lord 18>?@
LivMpooii, June 80-3 P. M.
Cotton quiet-uplands HM'; Orleans
ll'2 ; shipments from Bombay since
last report (24th) 68,000.
LONDON, June 30--Evening.-Con?
sols 94>?@94??. Bonds 73>?@73.&.
LIVERPOOL, Jane 30-Evening.
Cotton sales 8,000 bales. Yarns and
fabrics at Manchester quiot.
Scrofula, or Kine's Evil, fa mired by
using Hoinitah'o Queen's Delight.
The Monda ?nd aoquaintancea of BTEP
NEY GOODWYN, Coaaj D. Lowndes ?nd
family, aro invited to Attend tho Funeral
of the former, at bis .late ron id?neo, on
Lumber street, /fear: Gadsden, THIS
AFTERNOON, it i o'olook. \
IN cases of siokness, parties can obtain
Liquors at all hours, by sending to
the "CAROLINA HOUSE," on Washing?
ton stroet, as there is some one oonatantly
in the establishment. The very beat
qualities of Liquors are kept on hand, as
oan be testified to by the most reliable
citizens. RICHARD BARRY,
Bichland Lodge No. 39, A* F. H.
A A REGULAR COMMUNICATION
of Richland Lodge, ?O. 89, A. F.
/^^^ M., will be held, at Masonic Hall,
TE18 (Wednesday) EVENING, at8 o'clock.
Tho Second Degreo ww be conferrod.
By order of the W* H.
Jnlyl . R. TOZER, Sec'y.
jas-Tho Board of Truatoes are requested
to attend a mooting of this body after the
regular Lodgo olotes._j_
MAJOR WM. 8. McJUNKIN having
this dny withdrawn from the firm of
GK&ESER, McJUNKIN Sc BENN, it is dis?
solved by mutual consent, and the name
will only be used in liquidation by GRAE
! SER Sc SENN, who are authorized to settle
' up the business.
CLARENCE A. GRAESER,
WILLIAM 8. McJUNKIN,
RUFUS D. BENN.
July 1, 18G8.
The undersigned would hereby inform
their friends, and the pnblic, that they will
continue the FACTORAGE and GENERAL
COMMISSION BUSINESS under the style
of GRAESER Sc BENN, and having had
long experience, feel assured they will I
be able to do ample j us tico to any interoBt
that may ba confided to them. Wo solicit
consignments of COTTON and COUNTRY
PRODUCE generally, which shall have our
personal attention and no pains spared to
give satisfaction. We also oner our
eorviceB fur tho purchaeo of Cotton and
other artioles, and will attend to the col?
lection of business paper and the selling
of Checks on tho North.
CLARENCE A. GRAESER,
RUFUS D. SENN.
July 1,1868._July 1 St
CIT Y CLERKS' OFFICE.
COLUMHIA, Juoe 26, 1868.
ALL persons licensed bv tho Cit v Coun?
cil to RETAIL SPIRITUOUS LI?
QUORS, whose lice nao expires on the lat ]
of JULY, are notified (if they wish to con?
tinue) that applications for renewal must
be made at that date, and the amount re?
quired for euch license deposited at this
office. j. \ MCMAHON,
June 27 4_City Clerk.
New. Flour ! New Flour ! !
CHOICE NEW FLOOR, from Bookman's |
Mills, just received and for sale by
Jane 24_J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
New Family Flour.
2i\f\n POUNDS EXTRA FAMILY
,UUU NEW FLOUR, equal to any
made on tho Continent of America. For |
Halo by E. A G. D. HOTE.
ACASK OF ST. JULIEN CLARET will I
be on draught TUESDAY, the 23d.
June 21_ E. Sc G. D. HOPE.
NEW FLOUR. NEW FLOUR. For sale
Jnne 10 FISHER fr LOWRANCE.
ASUPPLY OF NEW POTATOES, con?
stantly on hand and for salo by
Jane 16 J. fe T. R. AGNEW.
COW PEAS'. COW PEAS! !
QAA BUSHELS COW PEAS for aale
OUU low, by
June 12 GREGG, PALMER A CO.
New Country Flour,
FJR salo low by
SWYGERT Sc SENN.
FRESH FAMILY 8UPPLIES. & choice j
collection, at SWYGERT fe BENN'S.
TOBACCOI TOBACCO! a large stock of |
all grades, very low, at
June 19 Imo SWYGERT A 8ENN'S.
Wrapping Paper and Twine.
AFULL supply of WRAPPING PAPER.
Also, Paper Twine, Cotton and Hemp
Twine. On hand and for sale by
June 16_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
~ THOMAS & BELL,
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS.
ALL work in tho department of mecha?
nical construction executed with |
promptness and skill.
J. P. THOMAS. J. C. BELL.
T71INF. Hijg-r-cured Breakfaat 8TRIP8.
JD Sugar-curod HAMS.
Freah LEMON8 and NEW FLOUR.
O. DIERCK8, at Seegers' old stand.
THE Hiibsoribers having purchased tho
entice stock of STOVES, TINWARE,
&c, of H. H. Bleaao, will continue the
business at the samo,~?tand. They hops,
by a strict attention to business, and al?
ways keeping on hand a good assortment
of everything in thoir line, to merit a con?
tinuance of the patronago HO liberally
bestowed on the house.
Orders from tho country attended to
Juno 19 lm_F. A. SOUTER Sc CO.
New Irish Potatoes.
EARLY GOODRICH, Dykonians. Jack?
son Whites and Pink Eyes, by the
barrol or at retail. Eor sale by
June 18 E. fe O. V. HOPE.
PINE TREE CORDIAL.
WISHART'S PINE TREE TAR COR?
DIAL, for Consumption, Ao.
Stafford's Olive Tar, for Brouohitis,
Wistari Balaam Wild Cherry.
Jayiio's" Expectorant, Jayne's Carmina?
Ayor's Chery Pootoral,
Stanley's Great Cough Remedy,
The famous Quaker Liniment.
All for sale by
FISHER Sc HEINITSII,
June ll _Druggists.
EATING HOUSE AT ALSTON.
PASSENGERS on the Greenville and
Colombia Railroad, oan got BREAK?
FAST and DINNER at Alston-ample time
Deo 27 MARY A. ELKIN & SON.
Assignee's Sale of Dry Goods, etc.
ON FBI DAY, July 10th. I will sell, at
publia Miction, at tho Store lately
o cc np i ml by tho firm of 8. II. Myers A Co.,
tho entire stock in trade nf the said firm
of 8. H. Myora it Go., consisting of Hats,
Caps, Shoes, Clothing, Hoop Skirts, Dry
Goods, Perfumery, Furnituro, Stores,
Termo cash. Articles purchased to bo
at once removed. ' Sale io commence at 10
A. M. A. H. MONTEITH,
Jnly 1 10_Assignee.
limestone Springs Female' Hi?
yfl^ THE EX?M1NA????T?T luis
/fsH^m- ?chool will tako pince on
?^j?d?RgTUESDAY and WEDNESDAY,
TdBPfiH*1"0 11th and 15th Joly, closing
with tho Annual Concert., \ Tho
^w Fall Session then commences.
Terms-Board and Tuition in English,
$100. Piano Lessons, (25.
Juno 30_... 6
Charlotte and S. 0. Railroad Co.
PA YMENT OF INTERE8T.
THE COUPONS of thia Company, duo
JULY 1, 1868, will be paid.(lesa Go?
vernment tax) on and after that date, at
FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Charlotte, N.
C., and CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK,
Columbia, S. C. G. H. MANSON,
Juno 25 12_Treaanrer.
Mecklenburg Female College,
CHARLOTTE, ft. C.
>?av ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT,
j?74?8UNDiYY, Jnly 5. Commonce
<^iiid^B|i|nient Bormon by the Rov. T. li.
^tBCfaSargent. D. D., of Portsmouth,
jEpFVa. MONDAY EVENING, Ju
ly 6.-Sophomore Exhibition
and Add rc ? H before tho two Literary Soci?
eties, bv Professor J. L. Jones, of Mecklen?
burg Female College. TUESDAY FORE?
NOON, Joly 7.-Junior Exhibition i and
Literary Address by the Bov. Dr. 8argent.
TUESDAY EVENING, July l-^Com
mencement Exorcises and Musical Enter?
tainment. Next Session will commence
October 1st. A. G. STAC Vf,
June 21_ ? . , President,
C)K BAGS FAIR BIO OOFPEE:' For
jUtJ sale low to dealers, tl ba
June 14_ E. A G. D. HOPE.
Summer Beverages, &c.
WILL open Monday morning, 1 cask
French Table Claret, 2 barrels
Newark Cider, 10 cases Claret "St. Julien
Medoc," 5 cases Rhino Wine, Hoohheimor
A Lief braumilch; 1 quarter cask Xem&bea
Sherry, 1 quarter cask Maderia, 1 quarter
cask Amontilado Sherry, 10 barrels Whis?
key, assorted qualities: \ puncheon Hol?
land Gin, "Prince of Orango;" 1 quart ?>
Cask Blackberry Brandy, vety'flnei'Zin?
gari, Hostotter'e, Carocoa and' Womach
Bitters. iii ." ?-. hu?
Flavoring Extracts, Pine Apple,, Yan il?
la, Bose, Lemon, Celery, Strawberry and
Raspberry; all of tho best quality; / ,
French Mnshroons,- Munnradn Catsup.
Worcestershire Sauce; Pickled and Canned
Oysters, Peach, Pins Apple, Ac. . j;.
Italian Maccaroni and Vermocelli.
Fn:s h Egg, Butter, Cream, Soda and
Primo Goshen Batter, Smoked Salmon
and Orange Brand Hams received meekly;
and together with all other concomitants
of a first class Grocery Store, offered at
lowest market rates for cash.
June 14_GEORGE 8YMMEB8.
THE HOUSE and LOT on Richland
Mtreet, occupiod at present by Capt.
K. D. Semi. Inquire ut Office of thc
Southern Expresa Company. March 18
EXPLORATIONS of' the Nile Tributa?
ries-Its Sources, Supply anfl- Over?
flow-The Country, People, Customs, etc.
By Sir 8. W. Baker, $5.00.
Sermons. By Kev. Charlea Kingil- y,
Chaplain to Her Majesty and to the Prince
of Wales, $1.75.
Morte D'Arthur. Slr Thomas Malory's
Book of King Arthur and bis: Noble
Knights of the Bound Table, $1.75.
Ante-Bellnm. Southern Lifo as it was,
The Divino Teacher. Being the record?
ed sayings of our Lord Jeane Christ, $1.25.
Bec,chen brook. A rhyme of the war.
By Margaret Preston-new edition," And
many other now books. Some new paper
bound novels. For salo at DUFFIE A
CHAPMAN'S Bookstore. Jone 17
BEHIND THE SCENES,
OR Four Years in the White' HOUBO with
Mrs. Lincoln. By Elisabeth Keekley,
(nwdiste.) u iii u-i?.
Old Fritz and the New Era. By Min-:
John Mill?n and bis Times. By Max
Ring. $1.50. . i.' trtSilv
Tho Beading or Charles Dieken?, (illus?
trated.) $1.50. u- -jjH)
England Yeoman Lifo-front Life in tin'
Nineteenth Century. By the Author of
"Ministering Children." $1.70.
The Book and its Story for the Yo*?ig.
By L. N. B.
"Ecce Homo." By Bight Hon. ,W. E.
A Painter's Camp in England, Scotland
and Ireland. $1.50.
Dr. Bollowo's Travels in Europe, in 18G6
And a variety of Novels by popular Eng?
lish authors. For salo at
June 18_BBYAN A MoOARTER'S.
SOLUTION CITRATE MAQ?E? I ^
Chesnut Grove Whiskey,
Tarran t's Aperient,
For sale by sjS
FISHER A HEIN ITS H, i\
DWELLING FOR BENT.
aA VEBY CONVENIENT DWELL?
ING, in a pleasant part of the city,
with Five Rooms-all with fire-places;
i\?o. Bathing Boom attached, with Shower
Hath Apparatus; rooms nicely papered,
?Iso, Fivo Booma in tho Basumonl and
Nuraory: out-buildings, Smoko and Car?
riage Houses, and neat Garden. Beni
moderate to an approved tenant. Posses
lien to be given by the first of July next,
ippiyat G. DIERCK'S Store.
THE CAROLINA HOUSE,
Ofr LOCATED On Washington ' street,
efl next ti) Uronuen it Carroll's, is now
Munder the sole proprietorship of the
uidorsigned. The best of everything, in
ike way of WINES; LIQUORS, ALE, ?E
?AR8, TOBACCO, ote., kept on hand.
LUNCH every day at ll o'oloik. Give
lim a cali, ana tost the correctneae of tho
laser lion made above.
Jone 10 RICHARD BARBY.