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LONDON, July 1.-The debate on
the Irish Church bill continued in
the . House of Lords until 6 o'clock,
when the suspensory bill was de?
feated-97 to 192. The Tories
BOMB, < July 1.-The Pope bas
summoned a General Council at the
Vatican, December 8, 1869. All per?
sons summoned must appear person?
ally or by proxy.
BEBION, July 1.-Bavaria has rati?
fied the naturalization treaty.
LISBON, .July 1.-Rio Janeiro ad?
vice^ Represent the war on the part
of tho allies languishing. The peace
party in tho Argentine Confederation
is in the ascendancy.
CHARLESTON, July 1;-SaUed
steamer Mbneka, New York.
NEW ORLEANS, June 30."-Both in
tho Senate and House to-day the
Democrats were omitted in the roll
call, and refused any hearing by tho
presiding officers. The order of
General Buchanan, enclosing Grant's
instruction that no oath should be
required of members of the Legisla*
ture, except the oath established by
the Louisiana Constitution, waa re?
ferred to committees. The radicals
aro bent on ruling the State, with?
out regard either to justice or tho
NEW ORLEANS, July 1.-This
morning, before tho hour for the
assembling of the Legislature, a sec?
tion of artillery and n squadron ol
cavalry, prepared for servioe, occu
. (ned Lafayette Square, and two com?
panies of infantry ocoupied the side?
walk fronting Mechanic's Insti?
tute. Alarga body of police is on
duty in and around tho building,
appearances indicating trouble ex
pocted. Tho Senate proceeded witt
business, and, after discussion, ad
mitted members under the oath pro
scribed by the State Constitution
In the House, Charles W. Lovel
(white) was elected Speaker. Tin
Constitutional amendment wa:
adopted, by a vote of 57 yeas to !
nays. It was resolved by the Hons
that none disqualified by the four
teenth article or article ninety-nin
be allowed to qualify.
TALLAHASSEE, July 1-Tho civi
government of the State has bcei
turned over to Governor Reid, am
the military authority ceases. Th
old civil officers hold over until th
meeting of the Legislature on th
Sr. Louis, July 1.-The stearne
Bonton has arrived at Leavenwort
from tho upper Missouri, with skin
valued at $75,000. Buffaloes at
very plenty this season, and all kind
of furs are better than ever knowi
The Indians continue very troubh
some along the river.
WASHINGTON, July 1.-Hamiltoi
the member of tho House froi
Florida, has been sworn in.
In tho Senate, Trumbull spol
against the bill excluding tho Soutl
ern.States from the electoral college
and moved to strike from the bi
Florida and Arkansas. No nctic
The House has under consider
tiou the Alaska bill.
The President has relieved Genen
MoDowell from tho command of tl
Fourth Military District. Ho
ordered to report, without delay,
the War Department. Gillern sn
ceeds McDowell in command of tl
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL..
NEW. York, July 1-Noon.-S toe
strong. Gold 40%. Flour dnll ai
declining. Wheat nominally lowe
Corn a shade better. Mess poi
27.00. Cotton quiet, at 31% f
middling upland. Freights quiet.
7 P. M.-Cotton a shade ?rmt
sales 1,800 bales, at 31% ?32. Flour
State and Western rrues strongl
Southern drooping; common to fr
oxtra firstname.lastname@example.org; ohoice 14. ?
Wheat dull-Georgia, new, 2.?
white 2.70. Corn lc. better and
fair demand - now 27%@27;
Freights firm-cotton to Livorpc
by steam ^@3-16d. Gold clos
firm, at 4.0%.
CINCINNATI, July 1.-Flonr a
corn dull. Cotton quiet. Mi
pork offered at 27.20?27.25. Bacon
12?. for shoulders.
CHARLESTON, July 1.-Cott
quiet and rather easier; sales
bales-middlings 30%; receipts 5:)
AUGUSTA, July 1.-Cotton marl
dull; sales 135 bales-middling 30
SAVANNAH, July 1.-Cotton i
vanccd; sales 357 bales-middlii
31; receipts 300.
MOBILE, July 1.-Sales of cotl
yesterday 125 bales'; sales to-day 6
^jiarket closed firm-low middli
NEW ORLEANS, July 1.-Cot1
firm-middlings 29; sales 63 bal
Gold 39%@89%. Flour firme
superfino 7.00; treble extra 9.
Corn firmer, at 95. Pork dull,
29. Bacon shoulders 13; clear 17
LONDON, July 1-3 P. M.-Cont
91>>?@913.?. Bonds 78?^.
LIVERTOOL, July 1-3 P. M.-C
ton easier and declined l-16d. ; si
8,000 bales- -plands 11^@13
-LONDON, July 1-Evening.-C
LIVERPOOL, July 1-Evening
Cotton dull; sales 8,000 bales
lands 11%@H^; Orleans 11|
THE SOUTH m THE DEMOCRATIC
CONT KS i ION.--Ali the southern Ht aten
will be represented in the Fourth of
July Convention. Tho Tammany
sachems effect to be very well pleased
to meet their old friends and follow
Demoorats from the land of chivalry;
but they ere, nevertheless, throwing
out mysterious hints as to tho proper
course to be pursued by the South?
ern delegations in . the Convention.
They have no objection to lot the
South in. bnt they consider it ad?
visable thac the delegates from States
not represented in Congress should
refrain from voting for candidates or
taking part iu the debate. This is
all nonsense. The South is far more
deeply interested than the North in
the rescue of the Government from
tho hands of tho Jacobin faction,
and will bo more likely to voto for
the strongest candidate, without re?
gard to by-gone prejudices. The
Southern delegations should insist
upon their right to vote, or should
remain out of the Convention alto?
gether.-New York Herald.
VBRT UNREASONABLE.-A Paris pa?
per has this bit of French humor:
"X-, a lad on whom fortune
had not smiled, married a rich
heiress, Miss D-, against the will
of her brother, a gentleman in high
"Since his sister's marriage, D
will recognize neither tho wife nor
tho husband. One day ho met the
unhappy X-, who came up and
held out his hand.
" 'Never,' replies tho implacabln
" 'Howl You refuse your hand to
me?' said tho late bridegroom. 'I
understand why you should not like
to speak to your sister, who has made
a bad match; but what reason have
you for bearing such a grudge against
me. since I have made such an ex?
cellent one?' "
In an oak stump, not far from
Richmond, Kentucky, au ebony cask?
et, badly decayed, was recently
found, which had been evidently de?
posited there by Daniel Boono him?
self. In the box wore twenty-three
Euglish coins, of the denomination
of half-crowns, a plain, round, silver
medal, marked "D. B.," and oight
gold Spanish doubloons, of the date
of 1772. There were several articles
of Cutlery j among them a silver
handled Spanish stiletto, with
"Boone" carved on it in awkward
characters, and a cup and saucer,
made of dclf, beautifully figured. A
ouriously-wrought wooden spoon was
sadly eaten by worms. Thcro were
several gun-Hints and somo small
parcels, tho contents of which had
THE CAMDEN PRISONERS.-The per?
sons arrested on suspicion of being
connected with tho Dill murder have
been incarcerated iu the Charleston
jail, ..nd have been refused bail,
though offered to any amount. They
are many of them gentlemen of
wealth and intelligence, and havo
been separated from their families
without warning or knowing the
evidence against them. They will bo
detained in custody for an indefinite
time, as in their} caso every man is
presumod guilty until ho is proved
to bo inuocent.
[Charleston News, 1st.
Lieutenant-Colonel P. Mavtiu,
United States army, lost a considera?
ble amount at faro, in Savannah re?
cently, and, thereupon, had the
banker arrested and confined in the
barracks. The prisoner's counsel
was denied admission. Tho counsel
then sued out o warrant to arrest the
Colonel on a charge of playing and
betting at faro, but the military re?
fused to allow the civil authorities to
arrest the officer. Tho prisoner was
afterwards taken, under guurd, to
consult his counsel.
Thero is a papor published at tho
city of Cairo, Egypt, the proprietor
of which is its editor, printer, proof
corrector, distributer, and solo con?
tributor. Ho presents his ideas iu
French, American and Turkish; aud
ho appoars to understand his readers,
for iu a recent number ho instructs
the ladies of Cairo that cleanliness
is one of the first ornaments, and that
they ought to tako a bath ouco a
mouth, clean their teeth, enrs, and
finger-nails daily, and rinse out their
mouths after eating.
A landlord~a|?PortIand, Me., by
the name of Cram^Jjas his name on
tho plates used atiNjis table. A
bulky, though evidently^hungry in?
dividual, after waiting impatiently at
tho dinner tablo, tho other day, for
tho raising of tho "kivers," after
soup, cast his eyes upon his plate,
and exclaimed, with a drawling
growl: "Cram.' Well, jest bring
along yer vittles, and soo if I don't
do it." A roar of laughter followed
from y\o guests.
When completed, ono of tho most
beautiful edifices in New York, will
bo tho synagoguo on Fifth avenue,
North of tho distributing reservoir.
It is in tho Moorish style. It will bo
most imposing, and, nrchitecurally
speaking, not unchaste in its ex?
ternal appearance. The Cathedral
on tho same side of the thoroughfare,
and about a quarter of a mile abovo
it, in the Gothic order, will also bo
a grand pile-an ornament to the
In Salem, Maw*,, a few clays since,
as a lad twelve years of age was tak?
ing his seat .in .school, ono of his
comrades sell, np a slate pencil for
him to sit upon. The . pencil pene?
trated his person to the depth of five
inches and broke off. A physician
was called, who extracted a piece of
pencil two inches in length, but there
aro fears that the boy may not re?
The rich Jap who is coming to
Paris in search of a pretty and
I virtuous wife, is expected shortly at
Marseilles, in a steamship that he has
had built expressly for the trip. He
intends to settle in Paris, and wants
to buy the whole right bank of the
Seine for a palace. His income ie
$30,000,000 a year. What a blessing
if we could only get him hore-and
A rieh farmer of Calais, Maine,
aged sixty-five, recently married r
second wife, who is only uineteor
years of age. A daughterof his firsi
wife is forty years old, and hoi
daughter, aged twenty, is about tc
be married. Thus, there is a chile
who is twenty-one years older thai
her mother, and a grand-mother wh<
?F a year younger than her grand
"Hallo!" ejaculated an anxiou
guardian to his lovely niece, as lu
entered the parlor ami saw her in tb
arms of a swain, who had just poppet
the question, aud seal it with i
smack, "what's tho time of da;
now?" "I should think it was abou
half-past twelve," was the cool re
ply; "you see that we aro altuos
Au event interesting to the Japar
ese troupe now in London, happene
on Sunday evening, the 7th ult.
in the birth of a small Japanese
Tho addition is made to the famil
of Hamaikari Sadakichi, chief of th
troupe. It is said that the musurnee
or female infant in question, is til
first Japanese child boru outsid
Japan for the last teu centuries.
An Indiana drover, who was ca
ried off by the Indiaus some te
years ago, managed to escapo an
return home about a fortnight sine
only to find his wife comfortab
married to another man. He hi
boon kept so close, that bo kne
nothing of tho lato "unpleasai
little difficulty" which lasted foi
.A child about six weeks old, wi
four feet, twenty-one toes, and oi
body, is on exhibition at Nash viii
Tenn. It is only ono child from i
head to its hips, vigorous, health
symmetrical, und at times excee
iugly animated; but from its hi
down, it is two distinct person
with every organ, ligament, bo
and muscle well developed.
In tho course of a trial of an e
giue-driver at tho Gloucester (En
land) Assizes, on a charge of mo
slaughter, of which he was acquitte
tho counsel for the defence incident
ly gave an easy rulo for rememberi
anet distinguishing railway signa
Wittie for "right," red for "wronr.
And green for "gently go along.'"
A bereaved wife, whoso consun
tive husband died iu Florida, wh<
they had gone for health, display
an economical spirit, by packing
lot of oranges and sweet potatoes
tho box with the corpse, that ?
might please the folks to home, a
at tho same time save expense
O, THE WRETCH!-The disrespc
ful fellow who wrote the following
daily expecting an indiscrimin
attack of broom-sticks:
Duplex hoops and painted faces
Patent calves and foreign curl
Waterfalls and costly laces,
Tell too plainly what aro girls
Leow's "bridge of size," wb
ornaments Broadway, and which
been receiving some hard knocks
contly in tho courts, is to bo
moved. On the 1st of August,
ponderous contrivance will bo ann
the things that were.
The First National Bank of \
m in g ton. N. C.; has voluntarily
li m pushed its privileges ns a uatic
bank and government doposite
and has been permitted to withd
its securities from tho hands of
United States Treasurer.
IMMENSE ICEBERGS.-The ship A
phinc, at New York from Brou
reports passing on tho 5th of Jt
immonso fields of ice, some of tl
being at least 200 feet high,
had to go many miles out of
course to avoid them.
"Swede" says the reason
clerks lost their advauco pay
that, when tho bill was passed, vc
from the gallery cried, "Spi
Butler." The great investigator I
They had classic sport at Lc
ville tho other ?lay. It began '
rat-killing and wont through thc
of coon-drawing, wild-cat fighl
bear-baiting and bull-fighting.
"Father, why don't wo nevei
any faces nt the window?" ask
son of his pnrent, ns they wore ]
iug an insane asylum. "Because t
bends aro turned," replied dad.
There is a man in Vincennes, 1
who has "matrimonied" eight ti
bis son having enjoyed the exq'u
pleasure of seven step-mothers.
A Buckeye wife gavo birth,
week, to three boys, weighing t
ty-fonr pounds in the aggregate.
Two Irishmun were traveling, when
one stopped to examine a guide
board. * 'Twelve miles to Fortland, "
Baid one. "Just six miles apiece,"
said tho other, and they trudged on,
apparently satisfied nt the short dis?
A gentlemau at an eating house,
asked the person next to him if he
would please to pass tho mustard.
"Sir," said the man, "do yon mistake
me for a waiter?" "Oh, no, sir,"
was the reply, "I mistook you for a
A personal difficulty between John
B. Brownlow, of the Knoxville
Whig, and Mr. Kirby, of the Press,
took place on Thursday afternoon.
Brownlow tried to shoot Kirby, but
his pistol snapped without hurting
The Paraguayan Amazons are to
be counter-balanced by Brazilinn
petticoat soldiers. When woman
meets woman then comes the tug of
A mau could carry on his back,
forty years ago, the Southern mail
from New York city to Jersey City ;
now it requires eight four-horse teams
to do that service.
Theodore Tiltou despairingly says,
in tho Independent, of U. S. Grant:
"Is there no way to stop him of his
terrible drinking and smoking?"
Theodore should go and reason with
A despatch states that tho Presi?
dent is urged to issuo a proclamation
of general amnesty on the Fourth of
July. That is the day on which
every American ought to feel and
know that he is independent.
Bey. Mr. Craig, who seduced Miss
McClellan, at Peoria, 111., resulting
in her death, a few weeks since, has
committed suicide at El Paso. The
State prison is cheated of a victim.
A gentlemau making a call upou a
lady, in Lafayette, Ind., was inform?
ed by the Hibernian dninsel at tho
door, that her "Mistress had gone
down cellar to keep cool."
A circus company, which exhibited
in Adams, Mass., lost a horse, a bear
and a wolf by being over-heated in
crossing the Hoosac Mountain.
A tailor wdio, while skating, fell
through the ice, declared that he
would never again leave his hot goose
for a cold duck.
Yellow hair, we have been inform?
ed, will be tho fashionable color for
the ladies in the fall.
Locusts in Southern Illinois are so
thick as to fly by myriads into the
car windows, and thc air is filled with
An English pedestrian recently ran
forty miles in less than five hours, on
a wager of $100.
Louisiaun has a debt of $13,3S2,
G01, exclusive of Convention ex
MILK can be obtained every
night and morning, at 10 cents
HI" JJWPor 1uarti b.v Bending to my
ff.Jf nonae for it.
Julv 2 3 JOSEPH TAYLOR.
Patent Ice Cream Freezers.
RECEIVED THIS DAY a fan assort?
ment of MASKER'S FIVE MINUTE
ICE CREAM FREEZEHS.
LADIES' TRAVELING BASKETS, at
STANLEY'S CHINA HALL.
FRUIT! FEUIT ! !
"I i\ BOXES ORANGES,
W I 10 boxea Lemons,
Pecan Nuts, Filberts, Almonds, &c, &c,
I juat received aud for salo bv
July 2_GEORGE 8YMMER3.
Claret Wine on Draught.
A8?PERIOR quality of TABLE CLA?
RET, for sale, on draught, by
July 2 GEORGE SYMMER8.
Fresh Butter, &c.
FIRKIN'S CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER,
Barrels Granulated, Pulverized, and
White Soft Bogara, for preserving fruits,
Barrels Crushod, A and Extra C Sugars,
Hhds. and bbla. Brown Sugars, varioua
Juat in and for salo bv
July 2 3 _C. H. BALDWIN .V CO.
Fresh Hams, &c.
rrUERCES DAVIS, Jn., DIAMOND
. X HAMS,
Tiercee Davis, Jr., Turc Lard,
Breakfast Strips, .Vc, .Vc.
For aalo bv C. II. BALDWIN & CO.
July 2_ _3_
THE COPARTNERSHIP OF CLENDIN
ING & WARDLAW waa dissolvod, by
mutual consent, tho 21st of Hay, 1808.
COLUMBIA, July ist, 18G8._3
Fourth of July Celebration.
milE UNION REPUBLICAN PARTY
X will celobrato tho Fourth of July ut
Lutta's Grovo, on Camden stroct. Speak?
ing to commonco at IO o'clock. Tho pub?
lic aro respect fullv invited to attond.
COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
July 2_ tbs?
D. W. HAWTHORN,
Broker and Commission* Merchant,
WALHALLA, 8. C.,
WILL bo prepared, on tho lat of j
August, 18?d, to transact all buai
ness in his linc, and purchaso Country
Produce of all kinds. Tho highest market
prico paid for Corn, Wheat, FoaB, and
evorytning elso produced in this section of
Ho will alao conduct tho samo business
at Honea Path, S. C., and will be happy to j
have the patronage of his friends at either
place._Joly 2 tb5
New Family Flour.
2AAA POUNDS EXTRA FAMILY
,UUU NEW FLOUR, equal to any I
mado on tho Continont of America. For]
salo by E. & G. D. HOPE.
BAILEY'S SOUTHERN DRA?
AT GREGG'S HALL, THURSDAY,
July 2. Increased attraction. Two !
now pieces. New Songs, Dances, Recita
tiona, &c, Ac. Tho first time in this city
of the Military Drama of the
CHILD OF TUB UEGIMEST,
And tho laughable Farce,
PADDY, THE PIPER,
Mosers. Goodman and Roiloy and other 1
old favoritos in both pioccs. Miss Parrott
in two pioces and neW songs and dances.
Tho popular "CLOG DANCE," by a gen?
tleman of this city. Tho whole making
ono of the best entertainments given this '
Tho performance will commence wiMi
tho comic Urama, in two acts, entitled tho
"Child of tho Regiment."
Sergeant Scallard.Mr. Goodman.
Josephine, tho "Child of tho Regiraont" j
Admission 50 cents. Children half I
prico. Two tickets will admit ono gentle-1
man and two ladies._July 2
To the Traveling Public.
THE undersigned has refrained from
answering tho many assaults publicly
and privately mado upon him; but tho
following band-bill, now in circulation,
secniB to demaud a reply:
NOTICE TO TUE TRAVELING PUBLIC.
"Tho undersigned takes pleasuro in
announcing to his friends and tho public
that ho is now prepared to convey passen?
gers and baggage to and from tho different
railroads, and will bo happy to wait on all
who may desire to patronizo tho
ONLY DEMOCRATIC LINE OF HACKS
Now in operation in Columbia.
"All orders promptly attended to.
"Call for JOYNER'S LINE.
"ROBERT JOYNER, Proprietor."
In reply to this card, I submit thc fol?
1st. That Mr. Robert Joyucr was an
aspirant for tho oflico of Mayor of tho city
of Columbia, and that bis petition was
sent in to thc Union League of that city
for tho nomination for Mayor.
2d. That, on many occasions, ho pub?
licly avowed that ho was a Republican and
with the Republican party.
3d. That, if nominated, ho would insist
upon one-half of tho Aldermen of tho city
being nominated from tho colored mon,
and that ho was willing to sit with thom
in Council, and that one-half of tho Police
should bo colored men. This was pro?
mised bv him, and so understood by us, to
enable him to give tho catting vote in
Council, and theraby carry Out tho princi?
ples of tho Republican party.
.1th. The deponents further testify, that,
on tho occasion of a serenado at tho Na?
tional Hotel, Mr. Jovncr invited tho party,
composed principally of colored men, into
his house, and ther? and thon mado tho
statement that hhV house was open to all
his friends, irrespective of color, and
drank hand in hand with his colored
friends to the success of tho Republican
5lh. Tho undersigned further stato,
that, on tho day provious to tho election
for Stato oflicci-s and ratification of the
Constitution, that Robert Joyner said ho
would go down with tho box to Gadsdon,
and that, having great influence at that
precinct, ho would do all ho could to carry
tho election for tho Republican party.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
lin ULAND DlSTBlCT.
I hereby certify that sovon citizens ap?
peared before me and testified, upon oath,
that the statements made in the foregoing
card aro truo and correct in every particu?
Given under mv hand this 1st July, 18G8.
NV. B. JOHNSTON, Magistrate.
In conclusion, the undersigned takes this
occasion to notify tho traveling public
that ho is prepared to convey passongers
and baggage to and from tho different
railroad depots and hotels in tho city of
Columbia, and that ho will do his utmost
to please all who may patronizo him. He
furthor alleges that Mr. Robert Joyner, on
ono occasion, said that, if he could buy tho
stock of Mr. Hitchcock, ho would raise the
omnibus faro to one dollar, and that the
traveling public could oither pay that or
walk. This is tho man who astea thc tra?
veling public to patronizo tho
ONLY DEMOCRATIC LINE OF HACKS
Now in operation in Columbia!
Mr. R. Joyner having made this matter 1
a political issue, is my reason for troubling
tho public. P. F. FRAZEE.
IN cases of sicknoss, parties can obtain
Liquors at all hours, by sending to
tho "CAROLINA HOUSE," on Washing?
ton streot, as there is somo one constantly
tho establishment. Tho very host]
qualities of Liquors aro kept on hand, as
can bo testified to by the most reliablo
citizens. RICHARD BARRY,
July 1 Proprietor.
THE subscribers having purchased tho
entiro stock of STOVES, TINWARE,
Ac, of H. H. Blcaac, will continuo tho
business at tho same stand. They hope,
by a strict attention to business, and al?
ways keeping on hand a good assortment
of everything in their line, to merit a con?
tinuance of tho patronage so liborally
bestowed ou tho house.
Orders from tho country attended to
Juno ll) lin_F. A. SOUTER & CO.
ALL claims against thc estate of J. H.
LEE. deceased, will ho handed in,
properly attested, and all persons indebted
to the estato will plcaso mako payment to
Mrs. M. E. LEE, Administratrix, or to H.
G. QUERRY, Agent.
June 17 nO
MILL FOR SALE.
ONE of tho best constructed PORTA?
BLE BURR STONE MILLS, about
1.200 lbs. woight-snitablo for wheat or
corn, and will grind from fifteen to twenty
bushels of corn nos hour. Apply to
May 0 ;::::).. Columbia, S. C.
WISH ART'S PINE TREE TAR COR?
DIAL, for Consumption, .tc.
Stafford's Olive Tar, for Bronchitis,
Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry.
Jayne's Expectorant, Jayne's Carmina?
Ayor's Ohory Pectoral,
Stanley's Groat Cough Remedy,
^ Tho famous Quaker Liniment.
AU for sale br "_
FISHEB * HEINITSH,
June ll Druggist*.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TO-MORROW MORNING, Friday, at 10
o'clock, I will well, at my Store, without
PRIME 8UGAR-0URED HAMS,
Primo Bellies aud Breakfast Pieces,
No. 1 Goshen Cheese,
Sardines, large boxes,
Claret Wine, St. Julien,
No. 1 Durham Tobacco,
Segara, &c., Ac.
Sundry articles of FURNITURE, ic.
Assignee's Sale of Dry Goods, etc.
ON FRIDAY, July 10th, I will eoll, at
publio auction, at tho Store lately
occupied by tho firm of 8. H. Myers ?t Co.,
tho entire ?tock in trade of tho said firm
of S. H. Myers <fc Co., consisting o? HatB,
Caps, Shoos, Clothing, Hoop Skirts, Div
Goods, Porfumery, Furniture, Stoves,
Terms cash. Articles purchased to be
at once removed. Salo to commence at 10
A. M. A. H. MONTEITH,
July 1 10_Assignee.
Limestone Springs Female High
THE EXAMINATION of this
School will take place on
^TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY,
I the 11th and 15th July, closing
with tho Annual Concert. The
Fall Session then commences.
Term??-Board ?nd Tuition in English,
$100. Piano Lessons, $25.
Charlotte and S. C. Bailroad Co.
PAYMENT OF INTEREST.
THE COUPONS of this Company, due
JULY 1,1868, will bo paid (less Go?
vernment tax) on and after that date, at
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Charlotte, N.
C., and CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK,
Columbia, 8. C. C. H. MANSON,
June 25 12_Treasurer.
Mecklenburg Female College,
CHARLOTTE, AT. C. .
_8UNDAY, July 5. Coramence
*^mont Sermon by tbo Rev. T. B.
?Sargent, D. D., of Portsmouth,
Va. MONDAY EVENING. Ju?
ly 6.-Sophomore Exhibition
and Address before tho two Literary Soci?
eties, by Professor J. L. Jones, of Mecklen?
burg Female CoUege. TUESDAY FORE?
NOON, Jnly 7_Junior Exhibition and
Literary Address by tho Rev. Dr. Sargent.
TUE8DAY EVENING, July 7.-Com?
mencement Exercises and Musical Enter?
tainment. Next Session will commence
October let. A. G. STACY.
COW PEAS! CO^PEAS! !
OHA BUSHELS COW PEAS for eale
?UU low, by
June 12 GREGG, PALMER & CO.
New.Flour! New Flour!!
CHOICE NEW FLOUR, from Bookman's
Mills, just received and for salo bv
Juno 21_J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Scrofula, or King's Evtl, is cured by
ueing Heinitah's Queen's Delight.
THE COLUMBIA PHONIX
Book, Job and Newspaper
Main Street, above Taylor.
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Tho proprietor is a Practical Printer,
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Prices Lower than any othe r establishment
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Pamphlets, Circulars, Bill Head*.
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promptly attended to.
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A lot of DILL HEAD PAPER-which
will be neatly printed, at ?bert notice, and
NEW YORK PRICES. Call and see.