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THE BKMOC1UTIC TICKET.
HORATIO SEYMOUR, OP N. Y.
GEN. F. P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI.
STATE EliRCl ORAL TICKET,
For^dlate at Large-S. P. Thomas,
of Richland; J. D. Kennedy, of Ker?
i^?rs/. Congressional District-TL F.
Graham, of Marion.
Second Congressional District-B. H.
Rutledgo, of Charleston.
,2%?r? tan^essi??iaJ District-A. C.
Haskell, of Abbeville.
Fourth Congressional District-E. C.
MoLnre, of Chester.
Eriday Morning, August 28,1868.
Agreeably to a resolution adopted
by tho recent State Convention, the
following gentlemen are appointed
by tho State Central Executive Com?
mittee canvassers in the interest of
State at large-Gabriel Cannon
and A. P. Aldrich.
Second Congressional Distriot-J.
B. Kershaw. , .
Third Congressional District-D.
Fourth Congressional District-W.
Canvasser for First Congressional
District to be hereafter appointed.
WADE HAMPTON, Chairman.
_, ? ji ? a -_
Abbeville Respond* to Anderson and
Spring Hill--3,000 Persons Pre?
sent-O rand Democratic Uprising
Tho largest meeting yet, outside of
tho Hampton meeting in Charleston,
took place on tho 2Cth instant, at
old Abbeville. Tho crowd consisting
of all J men nnd women, white and
colored, waa estimated at 3,000; and
tho estimate, we learn, was no doubt
accurate. At an early hour, tho peo?
ple from tho country began to pour
in like a living stream of glad waters;
and the extra trains from Newberry,
Anderson and Greenville, brought in
their large quotas. The procession
was formed at ll a. m., on the pub?
lic square, by Col. Robinson, the
marshal of the day.
The nineteen District Democratic
Club-, each bearing a neat campaign
banner, and numbering 1,250 good
and true Democrats present in the
line, took position. The band from
Greenville headed the lino, preceded
by tho vehicles containing the Com?
mittee of Arrangements and the
speakers of the day, and soon tho
beautiful grove near tho depot was
reached. Here an immense con?
course of persons had assembled,
awaiting tho processionists. At least
3,000 persons gathered near the
stand, and the exercises of tho occa?
Mr. Perrin was tho chairman of
tho meeting, and made an excellent
introductory address. Next he in?
troduced, successively, Messrs. A. C.
Haskell, J. P. Thomas, J. D. Ken?
nedy, A. C. Carlington, J. P, Reid,
D. Wyatt Aiken, Octavius Porcher,
and two colored speakers from Geor?
gia. For nearly five hours the crowd
gave unwearied attention to tho
opuakurs, and responded heartily and
enthusiastically to their Democratic
All styles of speaking wore illus?
trated. We had the sublime, the
humorous, ?ho grave, the tender,
the lively and the severe. Appeal
and invective were indulged in; the
whole political field was traversed,
and logio and rhetoric were made to
assail radicalism, which was hotly
attacked right and left, front and
rear. The colored people present
wero evidently much edified and
The audience was as intelligent
and refined as any we have ever
seen. The beauty of Abbeville
turned ont, as well as its age and
manhood. Everything passed off
well. Even the clouds cleared away,
and the sun of Heaven seemed to
shino beneficently upon the good
cause. NorUnust we omit to mention
that the Abbeville Glee Club paid
tho invited guests tho compliment of
a serenade, and called ont a number
of gentlemen, who made happy re?
sponses. And on tho evening of the
26th, a town meeting was held in
front of tho Marshall House, and a
number of gentlemen wcro again
Abbeville ia thoroughly enthused.
Her Democratic banners are flying,
and her people arc true as steel. Tho
Hon, A. Burt, Gen- McGowan, Ool.
Oothran, Gol. Aiken, Mr. Perrin, and
& number of other citizens not lets
zealous than those named, are speak?
ing, working, and doing good service
in the cause. Let the people preps
on, and the country will be saved.
Let us do our part, and recognize
the just claims of all classes of onr
population. Let hs put our faith in
Him who ruloth tho destiny of na?
tions, "Who sitteth fast the moun?
tains, and is girded about with
power; who stilloth the raging of tr 3
sea, and the noise of its waves, and
the madness of the people."
Tia? Beal Origin of all onr Troubles.
Although wars, civil or interna?
tional, producing death, devastation
and ruin to nations, are of ton the re?
sult of trivial caneos, we doubt
whether any community of people
ever existed upon the face of tho
earth which allowed itself to be rent
into fragments, and all its social rela?
tions disrupted, by a cause having an
origin so contemptible, as that which
is the foundation of all our past and
present troubles. No thoughtful
man, who has pondered upon the
causes which inflicted upon this great
people the inestimable evils of the
late sectional war, and entailed upon
them tho countless burdens which
are its necessary fruits, but must see
that it, and all its train of immediate
and consequent horrors, aro tho re?
sult merely of an infernal disposition
in the ever active and mischievous
minds of a certain class of men
(chiefly confined to one section of
tho country) to poko their noses into
other people's business. Beyond
question, tho peculiar "notions" of
this kind of perpetual pests, coupled
with an inveterato industry-which,
if united to honesty of purpose,
might pass for respectable fanati?
cism-were, from the persistency
with which thoy wcro pressed upon
others, the sole causo of our sectional
strife, and tho only impediment to
national harmony. These hypocrites,
or rather their progenitors, introduced
slavery on this continent. In a "pay?
ing" sense the institution was in?
applicable to their climate. They
sold their slaves to "their Southern
brothren," and at once their souls
were troubled with tho weighty re?
sponsibility of living in a "Union,"
contaminated in a part of it, however
remote from them, by tho pollution
of negro servitude.
Well, by means of a bloody war,
brought about to enforce their moral
dogmas, slavery has been forever
abolished. Aro they satisfied? Not
yet. Other "notions" are to bo pro?
pagated. Negro equality, political
and social, most bo enforced-upon
their neighbors, while denied to their
own black population ! It is enforced
by tho power of tho bayonet upon a
crushed people. Are they yet con?
tent? Not at all. The negroes thus
raised to tho summit of supremacy
must themselves obey the mandates
of the fanatics-hypocritical even in
their fanaticism. Tho non-resident
philanthropic vagabonds must rule.
They must fill every place of honor
or profit, State and Federal, from a
constable of a County to a Senator
in Congress. This is also accom?
plished. Aro thoy yet ready to for?
bear further interference in the
affairs of others? Not at all. Tho
whites must found schools for the
education of negro children. All
right; but thoy muBt also be forced
to send their own children to the
samo schools, and will not bo per?
mitted to educate them with their
own money, in their own way. Inn?
keepers and common carriers must
accommodate filthy negroes, of what?
ever Bex or character. Vory well.
But tho whites must also, by law, he
compelled to eat with them at tho
same table, sleep with them in tho
same bed, and sit beside them in the
same car! What will satisfy them?
asks tho Washington Evening Star,
Nothing. Cortainly nothing in the
way of submission. They must bo
soundly thrashed at tho polia in No?
vember, collectively. When that is
done, wo will guarantee that the in?
dividuals composing this class of
hereditary mischief-makers will bo
properly taken care of.
The Democrats of Edgefield will
participate in a grand mass meeting,
barbecuo and ball on Wednesday, 2u.
A SESSION OF CONGRESS IN SEP
TEMBBB.-From all thai wa hear? we
may confidently look for a ro-aasem
bling of Congress in September, j
The condition of things in the recon
struoted as well as the unreconstructed
Southern States, is anything bat
promising to the radicals, and tho
Southern radical Representatives and
Senators lately admitted, it appears,
insist upon some additional measures
of legislation in the cause of self pre?
servation, in advance of the Presi?
dential eleotion. We may, therefore,
count upon the re-assembling of Con?
gress on the 21st of September. All
the Southern States seem to bo drift?
ing away, with the uprising of the
Democrntio niggers, and something
must be done to stop them.
[New York Herald.
A Democratic mass meeting will be
held in Walhalla on the 15th prox.
The friends and acquaintances of Mr.
and Mrs. C. ?. BEDELL and Mr. and Mrs.
F. B. Orchard, aro respectfully invited to
attend the funeral of tho former, at the
Washington Street Church, THIS MORN
ING, at 9 o'clock.
.TAA BUSHELS COHN. Just arrived
tJ VJ VJ and for salo low by
_ Aug 28 6_J. ?fe T. B. AGNEW.
A Paying Investment.
THE best investment is that which gives
tho largest rc! urn for tho money laid
out. A sick man, unablr to attend to his
business, must necessarily lose his time,
whilst his oxpenBOB goes on with unremit?
ting waste Ono dollar spent for that
roBtorativo cordial, AHEINIT8H'S
QUEEN'S DELIGHT," secures tho bless?
ings of health, removes disease, invigo?
rates tho whole system, and, in short,
makoB tho sick man well. What bettor or
greater return conld have been mado with
ono dollar? For salo by
FISHEH & HEINITSH,
Aug 10 f_Druggists.
Aromatic Life Bitters.
ASUPEBLATIVE TONIC and Invigor?
ating Cordial, compoBcd, in part, of
Americau Ccntaury and Life Everlasting,
with other valuable vcgetablo products.
It will bo found an excellent STOMACH
BITTERS, an appetizer, and a", anti
dyspeptic remedy. It is invaluable as a
Tonic, for Debility, Indigestion, Loss of
Appetite, Nervousness, Torpid Liver,
Sluggish Circulation. A generous stimu?
lant, quickening tho action of tho organs
of life, and imparting now powers to tho
Directions. -A table spoon-full to a wino
glass may bo taken, as often as occasion
requires, with a littlo sugar and water,
or without. Dyspeptics may take it just
For aalo by FISHER & HEINITSH,
August 14 t_Druggists.
FALL AND WINTER
MILLINERY GOODS, Ribbons, Trim?
ming Ribbons, Velvet Ribbons,
Silks, Satins, Velvets, Fancy Bonnet Mate?
rials, Blonds, Crapes, Netts, French Flow?
ers, Flumes and Ornaments, Bonnets and
Ladies' Hats, in Straw, Silk, Velvet and
Felt. Wo offer tho largest and best as?
sorted stock in tho Unitou Statea, compris?
ing all tho latent Parisian novelties, and
unequalled in choice variety and cheap?
ness. ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO.,
237 and 239 Baltimore street,
Aug 2G G*_Baltimore.
In the District Court of the United
States, for the District of South
Li the matter oj Dennis McGuinnis, Bank?
rupt.- In Bankruptcy.
TO whom it may concern: Tho under?
signed hereby givcB notico of his ap?
pointment aa Aaaigneo of DENN?S
McGUINNIS, of Columbia, in tho County
of Richland, and State of South Carolina",
within said District, who has been ad?
judged a Bankrupt, upon bia own petition,
by tho Diatrict Court of Baid District.
Dated at Columbia, in aaid Diatrict, on
tho 9th day of August, A. D. 18G8.
Au g 22 B3_Assignee
NOTICE is hereby givon that appli?
cation will bo made, in tbree months
from thia dato, at tho State Treasury, for
a renewal of Certificate of Stato Stock,
No. C2, dated November 27, 18C7, to R. B.
Mills, or assigns-tho original of which
naa boon lost or dOBtroyod."
R. B. MILLS.
AUGUST 4, 18C8._Aug 7 fm2G
Raisins, Figs, &c.
iypr BOXES Layer RAISINS, Ano order.
At) 25 Half Druma choice Smyrna FIGS.
6 dozen Assorted JELLIES.
3 dozen Canton GINGER. For salo by
July 20_E. & G. D. HOPE.
BBLS. SODA BISCUIT.
" Ginger Schnapps.
" Butter CrackerB.
Also, Fancy Crackora, Egg Biscuit,
Cream Biscuit, Nonpareil Biscuit, Ac, for
salo by _J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
AZILE. By Mrs. Jane Croea, $1.50
History of a Mouthful of Broad
new edition. By Joan Maco, $1.75
Tho Servants of tho Stomach. By samo
Tho Maternal Management of Infancy,
for the Uso of Parents, 75c.
Tho Hermit:!. By the Rov. Charles
New ToBtamont History. By William
Smith, LL. D.-uniform with Old Testa?
ment history, soon to bo published, (2.
Tho Old World iu its Now Face-iniprcs
eiona of Europo in 18G7-G8. By Henry W.
Bellows. Vohimo 1, $1.75.
And many othor new Books.
DUFFIE & CHAPMAN, Bookflellera,
AugueUS_Columbia, S. C.
fTUIE TWO STORY BRICK DWELLINO,
A. on Main street, now occupied by W.
0. Swaffield, containing Ten Rooms.
Kitchen att.ohod to tho house. Water on
both floors. Possession givon October 1,
or Boonor if doaired. Apply to
Aug 21_lt. SWAFFIELD.
^Scrofula, or King'? Evil, is cured by
using Hoinitah's Quoen's Delight.
TSE sczt session of the
ULriea MARTIN'S SCHOOL
.FOR YOUNO LADIES will
begin on tho FIRST MONDAY
Ang 28_? f3*
MiBS o. R. MCGOWAN
WILL resume the exorcises
of her School, OB TUESDAY,
s8optember 1, at her residence,
feorner of Taylor and Asuom
bly streets. Miss McOOWAN
promises to give, as hereto?
fore, strict attention to ino moral as well
as intellectual training of tho Papila en?
trusted to her caro. No boya will bo ro
ueived. _Aug 28 i
THE HERMITS; by Charles Kingsley.
Democracy in tho United 8tates; by
R. H. Gillett. $2.50.
Littlo Foxes; by Mrs. Harriot Stowo.
Tho Nilo Tributaries of Abyssinia, with
Map and Plates; by Sir Samuel Laker.
Beaumarchais, an historical novel; by
Brach vogel. Price $2.
flapo Cod and All Alongshore; by Nord?
New Testament History; Dr. Smith.
Scott's Waverly Novols, London edition.
25 cents. Also, Dickens' Novols, same
price, for salo at
BRYAN tc McCARTER'S,
Aug 28 Bookstore.
FOR SALE BY
Aug 27 FI8HER Si LOWRANCE.
Fresh Country Butter.
FOR s> I E BY
Aug 27 FISHER it LOWRANCE.
ALL persons anywiso indebted to tho
estate of FRITZ ZESTEBFLETH.
deceased, will pleaeo como forward and
settlo tho samo, and all persons having
demands will present them, properly at?
tested, for paymont to W. STIEGLITZ.
Administrator of the estate of F. Zes
torfletb. _Aug 27 G
THE CASH SYSTEM.*
OWING to tho unsettled condition of
the country, and mauy other matters
connected with carrying on business suc?
cessfully, and satisfactorily to all con?
cerned, wo have come to the determination
to adopt tho CASH SYSTEM, aud sell only
for CASH, after the 1st of SEPTEMBER,
noxt; which will enablo us to buy our
goods for cash and sell h.* such LOW
PRICES as will bc a sufficient inducement
for all who desire CHEAP and GOOD
GROCERIES to call and niako their pur?
chases. Come ono, como all, and buy
your goods cheap, and no aftcrclap.
Aug 27_CAMPBELL Sc JONES.
Pure Lemon Syrup
DOZEN, just received, at
Aug 2(5 9t* E. POLLARD'S.
AHEALTHY, refreshing and cooling
BEVERAGE. For Lemonade and
other purposes, many think it preferable
to tho Lemon, for its delicato and rich
flavor. At E. POLLARD'S.
E. E. JACKSON'S,
Aug 23 Imo
Corn! Corn! Corn! !
WHOLESALE and retail, at
Aug 9 SWYQERT tc BENN'S. _
Fresh Supplies of Family Groceries,
BCONSTANTLY receiving, at
SWYGERT Sc BENN'S.
D. W. HAWTHORNE,
Broker and Commission Merchant,
WALHALLA. S. C., and Honea Path,
8. C., will attend to all business
entrusted to his caro at cither place.
A f\ BAGS OF FLOUR, every sack gua
TCvJ ranteed. For sale by
Align?t 8 FISHER Sc LOWRANCE.
2TIERCES OF PRIME CAROLINA
RICE. For salo low for cash.
August 8 FISHER St LOWRANCE.
CO TTON Gr I N S
SAMPLES of the EMORY GIN, BROWN
GIN and CLEMENTS, BROWN tc CO.
GEORGIA GIN, in storo and for salo by
Anglia FISHER tc LOWRANCE.
FINE Sugar-cnrod Breakfast STRIPS.
Fresh LEMONS and NEW FLOUR.
G. DIERCKS, at Seegers' old Btand.
Choicest Family Groceries.
JUST roceived, the following FRESH
SUPPLIES, selocted expressly for
ilrst-class trade and for salo at lowest
3 bbls. NEW YORK EXTRA SUGAR
CURED BACON STRIPS, small,
2 tierces Orango brand Hams,
20 bbls. assorted Sugars, from 12$ cents
100 boxes Scaled Herrings, very che ap,
50 bbls. Flour, assorted, some very su?
Now crop Tea, Black and Green,
With all the favorito Sauces, Pickles,
ito., which make up tho odds and ends of
a ilrst-class Grocery.
Wines and Liquors.
HAVING lately returned from the Bal?
timore, Now York and other North?
ern markets, tho goods in this lino havo
boen personally BClccted, with tho utmost
caro, ar.d can confidently be recommended
as nnsurpassablo in qualify and moderato
in prico. Stock comprisos,
WHISKIES, common to heat brands.
Genuine French and imitation Brandy,
Holland Gin, Champagne, "Lao d'Or,
Sherry, Madeira, Port and Malaga
Winos. For sale by
August 23 GEORGE 8YMMER8.
And Milk Biscuits, at G. DIERCKS'.
To-day, August 28, being a general
last day, in tho Methodist Church,
Divine service may be expected in .
tho Washington Street Church, this
morning, at half-pust 10 o'clock.
GOOD PAY.-The House of mis
Representatives, yesterday, decided
to pay their officinl reporter, Mr. F.
G. DeFontaine, $1,200 for the ses?
sion. Capital pay.
The Phoenix Weekly LeUer Sheet
Prices Current and Market Report
will be issued this (Friday) afternoon.
Those desiring copies, will hand in
their orders as early as practicable.
We return our thanks to Messrs. A.
M. Cartledge. .J. T, Dawkins, and J.
K. Davis, for an invitation to be pre?
sent at a mass meeting at Monticello,
Fairfield District, on the ICth of
There will be a barbecue at Mush
Island, Lexington District, near
"Aunt Mary Martin's," on Saturday,
the 29th instant. The public in
general are invited to bo on hand
to listen to some wholesomo truths,
and, at the same time, partake of a
BAKnECCE IN CAMDEN.-The citi?
zens of Richland Distriotare respect?
fully invited to attend a Democratic
barbecue, to bo given at Camden on
Tuesday, tho 8th day of September
next. Wo learn that thero will be a
special train on tho Camden Road
on that day, connecting with the
early train from Columbia, and ar?
riving at Camden at ll a. m. The
following gentlemen constitute tho
committee: Messrs. J. M. Davis, F.
H. Clarke, Wm. Clyburn, D. L. Do
ANOTHER NEW OFFICIAL.-The Se?
nate yesterday confirmed, in execu?
tive session, Gov. Scott's nomination
of John B. Hubbard to be State Con?
stable, under the Act recently adopted
for the organization of a State po?
lice. Hubbard, who is a cousin of
Horace Greeley, has recently been in
tho internal revenue service in
Charleston as a detective, and was
selected for his peculiar fitness to
superintend the system of espionage
contemplated by the bill.
RIGHT REV. BISHOP P?RSICO.-We
are gratified to bo able to announce
that this accomplished scholar and
eloquent divine will deliver his lec?
ture this evening, in aid of the La?
dies' Industrial Association, at the
Carolina Hall, at 8 o'olock. We
need but make this announcement to
draw a largo and intellectual au?
dience. The object appeals to all
hearts, and the lecture will delight
all minds. Tho entrance fee has
boen placed so low as to put it within
the power of all to hear this lecture.
Tho Charleston Mercury, in referring
to the occasion, says that the Bishop
kindly proposes to do for tho Ladies'
Industrial Association, of Columbia,
what he has dono for the Ladies'
Mutual Aid Association, of Charles?
ton, and hopes that Columbia will
"turn out" to hear this highly
accomplished and eloquent lecturer.
We could add much more, wore it
necessary. Tickets will be for sale
at all ibo bookstores, at Mr. McKen?
zie's, nt Nickerson's Hotel, and at
tho Association store.
THE SEASONS CHANGING.-The sea?
sons in our latitude have certainly
upset all tho old weather-wise crite
rions. Spring cuts a largo slice out
of summer; summer shears autumn
of many of her brown locks; autumn
hangs with bull dog tenacity to
the frozen tail of winter; and winter
postpones, until we grow weary with
waiting, the tulips and crocuses of
TnE LEGISI?ATUI?E.-Tue proceed?
ings of the great mis-Representatives,
yesterday, were again unaccompanied
by anything of interest, beyond the
passage of the bill to charter tho
Chatham Railroad Company, with
an amendment roquiring tho work to
be commenced within ono and com?
pleted within fivo years. The bill
does not contemplate any aid from
the State. Tho road is to bo con?
tinued from Raleigh, through the
coal mines of North Carolina to
Cheraw, and thence via Camdon tc
this point. Tho opponents of the
bill, though in a small minority, con?
tested its passago with fillibustering
motions, but without avail.
Tho Senate was occupied nearly
ali day in the consideration of the
. ' . .v >vv .- .?.?.i.-,. . IM in ami ?_ .r . ._?": .*>?
DEATH OF A Pno>rrHENT MERCHANT.
The entire community will regret to
learn of the death of Charles A. Be?
dell, Esq., an old, prominent, ener?
getic and highly respected merchant
of this city, which occurred yester?
day afternoon, a little before 2
o'clock, after nn illness of but two
or three days. By the advice of his
physicians, he took a long walk on
Monday, and agaiu cu Tuesday last.
His disease was, we believe, apoplexy.
Mr. Bedell was a native of New
York, bot had resided in Columbia
for about thirty years-was first em?
ployed in tho coach factory o? Henry
Davis, Esq., as a trimmer. For the
past twenty-five years, he has been
merchandizing, and by his persever?
ance and strict attention to business,
amassed a handsome fortune. His
age was fifty-two years. A few years
after he commenced business, he
formed a copartnership, but the con?
cern failed, when Mr. Bedell prompt?
ly gave np everything to bis credit?
ors, obtained a stock of goods in his
wife's name, was successful, paid up
everything he owed, and again con?
ducted business in his own name,
and has ever siuco maintained the
confidence of all persons with whom
he had dealings. Mr. Bedell lost
heavily by the burning of Columbia;
but, nothing daunted, sot to work
vigorously, and was in a fair way to
redeem his losses; but death has cut
him off in the midst of his prosper?
ous career. Tho deceased was pos?
sessed of a genial disposition, and
was very communicative. He leaves
a wife and several children to mourn
his loss. His funeral services will be
performed this morning, at 9 o'clock.
THE BANK OF THE STATE.-We
have heretofore noticed the introduc?
tion of a bill in tho Legislature, to
close the operations of tho Bank of
this State, and explained fully its
significance. Tho House of mis
Representatives, awed into something
like a decent sense of honesty, re?
considered their action on the passage
of tho bill, and referred it to so
called Attorney-General Chamber?
lain, for an official opinion of its
legality. That officer communicated
his views yesterday, in a lengthy
document, from which we make the
annexed extract. It wiU suffice to
show that he regards the Legislature
legally competent to take the stops
proposed; and the inference may,
therefore, be fairly drawn that the
bill will immediately pass. Says
"I am unable, therefore, for the
reasons now stated, to discover any
grounds of law or equity which sus?
tain tho claim set up by the holders
of the fire loan bonds, upon the
assets and property of the bank. The
State has, in my opinion, in the
exercise of her ordinary legislative
discretion, a clear legal right to make
such disposition of the assets and
property of the Bank of the State, as
is now proposod by tho pending bill,
entitled "A bill to close the opera?
tions of the Bank of the State of
South Carolina;" and the fact that
various parties are now contending
in tho courts for the assets of pro?
perty of the bank, while it might ap?
prove the policy of the bill in ques?
tion, certainly cannot bo regarded as
opposing any legal obstacle to such
action, on the part of the General
Assembly, as may seem tn best sub?
serve tho welfare* and maintain the
honor of the State."
MAHJ ARRANGEMENTS.-The post
office open during the week from 8>?
a. m. to 7 p. m. On Sundays, from
4 to 5 p. m.
Tho Charleston and Western mails
are open for delivery at 4}? p. m., and
close at 8x/2 p. m. Charleston night
mail open 8}.? a. m., close 4*? p; m.
Northern-Open for delivery at
8},< a. m., closes at 2.45 p. m.
Greenville-Open for delivery 5)?
p. m., oloses at 8% p. m.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special at
tention is called to the following ad- <
vertisements, published for the first
time this morning:
United States Marshal's Sale.
J. & T. R. Agnew-Corn.
Wm. McGuinnis-Assignee's Sale.
Misses Martin-School Notice.
Bryan Sc McCarter-New Books.
Miss 0. R. McGowan-School.
Tr CAROLINA HOWE;
|0D L iCATED on Washington street,
Ifgnext to Dronnon A Carroll's, is mw
??under the solo proprietorship of tio
undersigned. Tho best of everything, in
the way of WINES, LIQUORS, ALE, SE
GARS. TOBACCO, otc, kept on haid.
LUNCH every day at ll o'clock. Gpo
him a call, and test tho correctness of iic
assertion made above.
June 19_ RICHABD BARBY.
JUST received, new patterns of Dress*,
Sacque?. Capos and Overalle. Al?),
new Hoop Skirtj. August 23