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OONOKATDIiATOBY' LETTER PROM" TUB P0PB
-THE SPAN16H CABIN BT FORMUD, AO.
PARIS, JaljU6J-The Pope publishes
a Joug letter congratulating G nibert upon
his' elevation to the Archbishopric of
Pari?. , (.
MADRID, July 2G.-The Gabiuot has
'finally been formed,: 'under the lead of
Zorilla. All the ministers belong to the
progressionist party, aud will follow the
policy inaugurated in the September re?
. AGRIGULTURAL REPORTS - THE AMADOR
TROUBLE-TIN DIA M DIFFICULTIES-CUBAN
AND HAYTTEH HATTERS-DEATH OPA CO?
MEDIAN-FAMINE AND PLAQUE IN PERSIA
-DESTRUCTIVE PIBE-ABB EST FOR PEB
- J UBI-RAHdiOAD COLLISION, AO., AO. .1
WASHINGTON; July 25.-The Agrioul
tural report gi voa elaborate crop tables
com par IBO u based upon 100 for last year:
Maryland-Tob?ceo acreage, 91; condi?
tion, 83; wool yield, 95. Virginia-To?
bacco acreage, 95; oondition, 98; woo),
93. North Carolina-Tobaooo acreage,
93; oondition, 97; wool, 99. South Ca?
rolina-Sugar acreage, 105; condition,
100; tobaooo acreage, 100; oondition, 102;
wool, 101. Georgia-Sugar acreage, 107;
oondition,' 109; tobaooo .aoreage, 102;
oondition, 102; wooli 98. Florida-so?
gar aoreage, 100; condition, 102; tobac?
co unchanged; wool, 101. Alabama-'
Bagar aoreage, 110; condition, 100; to
Sacoo acreage, 106; condition, 108; wool,
5. . Mississippi -r^Sugar ' acreage, 98;
condition, 99; tobaooo acreage, 100; oon?
dition, 98; wqol,- 92; ' 'Louisiana-Sugar
aoreage, 110; condition, 100; wool, 93.
Toras-Sugar acreage, 115; oondition,
103;> tobacco aer??ge, 103; condition,
101; wool, 93; ' Arkansas-Tobacco acre?
age, 100; condition, 92; wool, 105. Ten
nosseo-Aoreago, 88; oondition, 9G; to?
baooo aoreage, 93; condition, 98; wool,
100. West -Virginia-Tobacco acreage,
90; condition; 98 ; wool,' 100. Kentucky
-Tobacco acreage,''87; oondition, 95;
.wool, 65/ Missouri-Tobacco acreage.
102; condition, '102} wool, 101. The
culturo of sorgndm,:shows a largo do
cro?se ib aoreage.
NEW .? YOBS,-; July ; 25. -r-Work on the
New York Cotton "Exchange, into which
the'-Hanover'building, on Pearl street,
is to bo converted, commonoos at once,
and. will be finished in November. The
expense of altering -tho building will-be
$10,000 to $50.000. .
John Kel lam, architect, is'dead.
INDIANAPOLIS, ?July '20.-Tbo Demo?
cratic State? Central - Committee unani?
mously Ve fi ol ved, that in Thos. A. Hen
drioka they recognize the choice of Do
mooratio.Indiana for President in 1872,
and -recommend:, every- honorable effort
to secure his nomination and election. !
SANFRANCISCO, July 25.-The miners'
league terror in Amador County conti?
nues. A force of men not members of
the league are besieged, but are deter?
mined to hold out. Troops will be or?
dered immediately to' the scene of dis?
turbance. ' E. E. Hatch, book-keeper of
the Amador mine, was assassinated by
the league, but before he fell he suc?
ceeded in shooting a leader of the league.
WASHINGTON. July 26.-Tucson, Ari?
zona, advices of. the 18th, state that a
light occurred over a wagon train, en
rpute[ior Fort Bowie, when thirteen In?
dians and Ohe soldier were killed, No-,
thing has been , heard from Gen. Crook
for tb roo days. Fort Smith advices of
i the 22d report a party of Osages return?
ed to their lodges with white scalps and
loaded with plunder.
A Haytien. letter states that nineteen
-citizens have been arrested for cannibal?
Persian advices represent the famine
as dreadful; the survivors eat -the dead.
The plague has also appeared. A sani?
tary cordon has been drawn along the
borders of Turkey and Persia. A Bri?
tish gun-boat has been sent to caution
and pro tect English and other foreigners.
Charles James Matthews, the comedi?
an, is dead, aged sixty-seven.
The yellow fever is malignant atApaix,
Brazil. The English Consul is dead and
his wife is dying. Nearly every stranger
who bftB arrived within six months is
dead. The naval captain, James C. Wil?
liamson, is dead.
HAVANA, July 20.-Alvarez and Her?
nandez, Cuban emissaries, recently cap?
tured, have been exeout?d. Felix Au
? gaste Bayes, companion of late Cavada,
has been executed.
WASHINGTON, Joly 26.-It is doubtless
Frank Mathews whoso death is reported
by cable, instead of Charles James Ma?
thews, who is now playing at*Montreal.
Fifteen buildings, at Fredericktown,
Neb., containing shipping stores, were
barned to-day. Loss $200,000; insur?
A special from Indianapolis reports the
arrest .of B. J. Bright, editor of the
Sentinel, for perjury in oonneotion with
the State printing. He was released on
his personal recognizance.
The Tyne Boat and crew have arrived
A collision between a freight train and
Eravel train occurred to-day, between St.
oois and Edwardsville. Six were killed
and fonr hopelessly hurt. Tho engineers
and firemen of both trains were saved by
- General A. R. Wright, of Augusta,
Ga., was examined for five hours. Hie
.testimony was highly satisfactory to the
Demooratio members of the committee.
Boutwell bas finally rejected Ken?
tucky's claim, though ho will say, in his
opinion, they have strong equity rights
and strong claims on Congress, to which
Boutwell refers the State agent.
On account of the difficulty between
Boutwell and Pleasanton, the paper for
revenue stamps is about exhausted.
Probabilities-Pleasant weather is pro?
bable for the upper lakes on Thursday.
No material change is indicated for the
move Eastward from Lake Earoo, with
fresh South-westerly,.winds- .OD -Lakes
Erie and Ontario, and blondy and'threat?
ening weather. North-west and North?
east bf Massachusetts.
FALSE IMPRESSION Anno AD.-The Ca
roliua Spart?n saya:
The Columbia Union loams from a
gentleman, from Spartau burg, that evi?
dence in about SOO cases of outrages'has'
been token. Does this "gentleman" (?)
or anybody else in Spar tau borg believe
all this. According to . our estimate of
the number of witnesses before tho com?
mittee at this plaoo, the evidenoe of eaoh
would have to make out at least three
oases of outrage to make correct the
above statement of .the "gentleman." .
The O h ar lea ton Republican also gets
information from tba up-country that
several persons have boen "identified,"
and that the evidence, in' their several
oases is overwhelming. If this informa
tion is received from Spartanburg, as we
are lead to believe, we have only to say
that wo do not know of any one who has
been ."identified," or against whom there
is that "overwhelming evideno?** that the
Republican speaka of. Fivo or six per?
sons, it is trno, have been arrested and
lodged in jail upon some kind of evi?
denoe, and they have all been bailed out
and are bouud to appear before the
United States Court. From the infor?
mation we have of the character of tho
testimony, and of tho parties testifying,
there is nothing "overwhelming" or
"identifying" in it, and is likely to
amount to nothing whun carried before
the court. At least two of the partios
bound over to court have heretofore
voted and aoted with tho Radical party,
and why either ono of these has been ar?
rested by Radicals for "intimidating at
elections," or of Ku Eluxing, we do not
Jock Turuer, a negro, vas committed
to jail at thia place, by S. T. Poiuier,
United States Commissioner, on the 24th
instant, for violating the Ku Klux law.
We learn that Jack denies the charge,
and we have not heard that there is any
proof of his guilt. Jack lived iu the
neighborhood of Hill's Factory, in the
lower part bf this County. |
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HOMICIDE.-A difficulty occurred at
Clio, in this County, on Saturday, 22d
instant, between Messrs. Robort J. Breo
den and John R. McQuago, resulting in
the death of the former. According to
the best information we have beeu able
to obtain, the difficulty grew out of an
old grudge. Only .a few words bad
passed between the parties, when Mo
Qu^nge stabbed Breeden through the
right lung, which caused his death in a
few minutes. An inquest was held by
Coroner Stubbs on Sunday morning,
and the verdict of the jury was to the
effect that the deoeasod carno to bis death
from a knife in tho hands of McQuage,
and that'the killing was wilful and felo?
nious. After the killing, McQuage made
his er>r<ape, but was captured early on
Sunday morning, in the woods near the
residence of Mr. J. B. McLaurin, by
some of the citizens of that neighbor?
hood, and was brought and lodged in
jail, on Sunday afternoon, by Deputy
Shoriff Knight. McQuage had recently
been released from the penitentiary, and
has the reputation- of being a lawless
character. So far as we have been able
to asoerlain, Breeden, up to the time of
bis death, had always borde the reputa?
tion of a quiet and peaoeable citizen.
I ilarlboro Times.
OUR BANK.-Th? great public benefit
is now, we are pleased to say, in success?
ful working order, aud du entering its
woll-remembered precincts, the mind is
carried back to the old and better days
before sad ohauges came upon np, some
of which foroed the closing of the doors
of the old institution. Its present
indoor.look, with the exception that it
is bright and clean from the application
of paint and white-wash, and one or two
changes in the arrangement of the
desks, is the same, and one caunot help
but feel a quickening of tho pul.se, aud
experience a sensation of pleasure, on
Btepping in after BO great a lapse of time,
and though that period has been long,
the changes many and sad, and which
cannot be forgotten, yet still so mush of
the olden time does it revive to Bee it
open, and one of its obief desks occu?
pied by Mr. Robert MoOanghrin, its
worthy President, and jost wbero he
stood for six faithful years before, that
it seems as if it had only awakened into
new life. We hail tho opening of the
old banking house, under the present
new auspices, os an omen of better,
moro prosperous and happier dave.
DIFFICULTY AND AcorosNT.-On Thurs?
day evening, a difficulty occarred at
Wahee Landing, on the banks of the
Pee Dee River, between Messrs. W. D.
Johnson and Daniel Shaw. The latter
was badly stabbed. The particulars we
Mr. F. D. Hyman, residing near Hy?
man ville, met with a very pat nf ul, if not
fatal, accident oil Sunday morning lost.
He was thrown from his horse, and his
skull badly fractured. At last accounts
be was alive, but his condition was de?
cidedly oritioal.-Marion Star.
DsAxa OF A REPENTANT ROOUBV-Re?
cently, a negro of bod oharaoter died in
thia County, named Sam. Reynolds. Ho
bad been strongly suspected of settiug
fire to the gin house of T. B. Fraser,
Esq., which was destroyed by fire more
than a year ago. On his death-bed,
Sam. confessed his guilt in this matter,
and also that he sot fire to the Spring
Hill Uh ii rel). He occusnd a certain white
mun of being tho "cause of bia ruiu."
Calvin Evans, of nour Chesterfield
Court House, wau killed on Tuesday lust,
by the falling of a tree, blown down by
the storm, while in a field at work.
?pgton Chronicle, of the 25th, and give it
for what it is worth:
"A private despatch received in Wash?
ington, last night, dated York vi lie, 8. G.,
July 24, says: 'The sub-oommittee on
Southern outrages arrived here yester?
day evening. At the supper table, at the
hotel, Hon. J. E. Stevenson, of the com?
mittee, and Hon. A. ?. Wallace, Repre?
sentative of the District, were OBdanlted,
as they took seats at the table, by Major
Jamos Barry, a prominent citizen, and a
pitcher of milk wus thrown over them.
Wallace then drew hisrovolvor, but Major
Barry was surround?d by friends, and
left the hotel. At 9 o'clock, the com?
mittee was serenaded by a negro band.
A orowd collected. As the hand retired,
an affray began'. One negro was shot,
receiving three wounds. No arrests have
been made.' "
TH? SSE BAW GAUB IN GUUA.-The
Spanish Government, it ii said, is con?
sidering the question of sending 80,000
fresh troops to Cnba, and effectually
throttling the rebellion. More than
30,000 soldiers have already been exiled
from their Oastilian homes on that patri?
otic mission and have perished by mala?
ria or the sword. The revolution still
goes on, and the world, after tho strange
fluctuations of the war during tho lost
two years, will not be prepared to be?
lieve that even 30,000 more troops will
suffice to do up the job until they see it
done. Wonderful, says tho Journal of
Commerce, is tho vitulity of the Cuban
movement. Its death has been confi?
dently predicted dozens of times, aud
onoe or twice positively announced ; but
still new expeditions land on the Cuban
coast to moko good the pince of those
captured by Spanish men-of-war; and
for eveiy squad of ragged rob?is shot in
the swamps and woods, otbora just os
ragged, but well armed and brave, take
their measure of revenge upon the Span?
ish foe. It is i see-saw game, in which
ueither party loug stays up or down, nud
we ore far from being ablo to make up
our minds . how the sanguinary pastime
will end. /
The latest nows from different parts of
the island, and through various channels,
tends to muddle one's opinions more thuu
ever. Some time in the seoond week of
July, Gen. Quesada landed with his ex?
pedition in the neighborhood of Santi?
ago do Cuba, where Geu. Gomez stood
ready with 1,000 men to protect them.
A fight ensued, in which the insurgents
say they killed 100 Spaniards and wound?
ed sixty-their own loss uot given. This
expedition sailed from Venezuela, aud it
?s reported that a seoond one from tho
same country hnd effected a landing in
Cuba, but this story is not confirmed.
As nu offset to the claimed Cuban suc?
cesses, the Spaniards tell of a fight some?
where (place not given) where 100 insur?
gents were killed and tho rest .dispersed,
the Spaniards sustaining but a small loss.
No one can say how much or how little,
if auy, of these boastful bulletins on
either side should be credited. But this
I much is apparent', that the rebellion still
has life in it. and will give great trouble
to the Spaniards yet.
NEOBO KU KiiUX.-We learn from a
reliablo source that a oolored man was
last week driven from Mr. Wm. Smith's
plantation, near Cbappell's Depot, by a
number of - negro men disguised as Ku
Klux. The following oro briefly tho
particulars: Mr. Smith employs au un?
employed blacksmith to work in tho field
as a day laborer, and he performs his
task BO well as to give offence to other
colored operatives, who abuse him, and,
because he does not leuvo Mr. S.'s em?
ploy, they Beek to Ku Klux him. As
Radical papers most usually publish
everything bod and indifferent, (whether
real, apparent or falso,) that militates
against us, the Union, etc., will pleaso
make a note of this true story, dry so.
Wo say "dry so," because it needs nei?
ther 3enaational head-lino,' embellish?
ment, nor unnecessary verbiage. It is
tho truth, and good for our side; so
pleaso publish it, that truth and false?
hood may sometimes meet together.
OBSEQUIES OP -THE REV. C. P. GADS?
DEN.-The services over the remains of
this beloved minister of the Episcopal
Church were performed at St. Luke's
Chnroh, ef whiob ho was pastor, on yes?
terday evening, at 5 o'clook. The edifice
which ho had aided in founding, and to
the ministrations in whioh ho bad con?
secrated a great part of the most active
period of his life, was thronged and
over-crowded by a vast concourse, com?
posed of persons of evory class and de?
nominations in our oity. After the
ceremonies at St. Luke's, the body was
removed to tho burial ground of St.
Phillip's Chnroh, where it was interred
amid the chanting of hymns, in which
every one united. Flowers, croases and
garlands were deposited upon the new
made grave, and the benediction was
pronounoed by a reverend brother.
A OOIJOBED WOMAN SEVEBBI/V. BITTEN
nv ANOTHEB.-Ellen Campbell and Re?
becca Gillant, two colored girls, fell into
j a dispute yesterday, in Warren street,
over a debauch of tho night previous.
? Tho former, finding that she wus being
put at a disadvantage, seized the latter
by the side with her teeth, and bit a
piece of her flesh ont. The cannibal in
petticoats was sent to jail by Trial Jus?
tice Schroder for ten days.
GOINO SOUTH.-Last Saturday night,
the leader of a gang of wild geese was
plainly and unmistakably hoard giving
his commands as he passed over our
towu. Our oldest citizens de not recol?
lect of ever knowing t a birds to go
South before so early e. e 22d of July,
aud think it indicative of un early fall.
This fact, coupled with tho present cool
spell of weather, makes our- farmers feel
somewhat alarmed as to tho result of the
cotton crop.-Marion Star.
S^Qetr^. ?tftyi i y;?ung?m? ?|eT
about twenty-two' years, eon - ol Simon
Utley, living* ten miles. South-west ol
Raleigh, N. C., committed'.suicide on
Saturday last, by cutting . his throat
and blow.ing his brains out'with a gun.
No cause IB 'assigned, only it is supposed
that his mind was unsettled by brooding
on the Bubjeot of religion..
The Galveston News han this to say
aboat the death of a Radical paper in
Alabama: "Tho Selma (Ala.) Pressa
oarpet-bag organ-has gone up the spout.
Death loves a shining mark, and about
next Novomber ho will draw his bow on
about thirty of those shining marks in
A lady in Detroit has become insane
with grief, occasioned by a dream. Her
husband and her two sons were sailors,
and first two wore drowned. She dream?
ed recently, twice in succession, that sho
saw har surviving Bon fall from the mast?
head into the ocean, during a gale. She
is now in an asylum.
A mah has invented a new and cheap
plan for boarding. One of his lodgers
mesmerizes the rest, and then eats a
hearty meal-the mesmerized being sa?
tisfied from sympathy.
A man living in Eastern North Caro?
lina has not washed or pat onaclorfn
shirt in ten yearn. Bo is at present a
candidate for office ou tho Radical ticket.
The Now York Tribuna advises the
Southern Republicans "tosend the thiev?
ing carpet-buggers to the rear in all
A young woman, named Qucnsoubcr
ry, of Floyd County, WeBt Virginia,
hanged herself on Monday last, with a
plow lino. It was all for love.
There wore H2. deaths in Charleston
for the week ending the 22d instant
whites li; colored 21.
HOTEL AnmvALS, July 26.-Nickerson
House-J. 1). Brown, Salisbury; R. J.
Donaldson, Cheraw; B. M. Soigler, F.
D. Bush, S. C. ; L. Schiller, Hamburg;
J. F. Gibbouy, Baltimore; W. B.Thomas,
Cleaveland Springs; J. C. Fogg, Fort
Mills; R. L. Lyon, Pineville.
Columbia Hotel-Miss Mary Ann Buie,
S. C.; Wude Hampton, Jr., Columbia;
H. W. High, W., C. & A. E. E. ; W. H.
KIN AN?. IA I. ANO CO.U.HKIICIA],.
LrvEitrooL, July 26-3 P. M.-Cotton
quiet and duli but uncbauged-uplands
9?9J?; Orleans 0}i(jhO%.
LONDON, July 26-Noon.-Contois
93>?. Bonds 92??.
PAMS, July 26.-Rentes 05f. 47c.
FRANKFORT, July 26.-Bouds 96%.
LONDON, Julv 26-Evouiug.-Cousols
93%. Bouds 1)2*8*.
LIVEBTOOL, July 26-Evening.-Cot?
ton closed a shade firmer--uplands O??)
9jB'; Orleans 9}4?9%; saleH 12.000
bales; speculation und export 3,000. -
NEW YORK, July 26-Noon.-Flonr
and wheat steady. Corn firm. Pork
heavy, at 14.50. Colton quiot-uplands
20??; Orloaus 21)6; sales 850 bales.
Freights quiet. Stocks Hteady and quiot.
Governments firm and dull. Stato
bonds dull. Money oasy, ut 3. Gold
firm, at 12)?. Exchange-long 10J?;
7 P. M.-Money very oasy. Sterling
weak, at lO@1O.b4. Governments very
dull. States steady. Cotton steady;
sales 1,30b bules-uplands 2i)%. Flour
quiot and steady. Whiskey 96. Wheat
brm; high freights checks business
new white Southern 1.92. Corn a shade
j bettor und in good export demand, at
68@G9. Rice quiet. Pork lower, at
l-l 25. Lard lower, at 10^. Freights
j very strong.
ST. LOOIS, July 26.-Flour-superfine
wintor email@example.com. Corn-only whito
wanted; mixed sacks b3\.(n,5i; white
! cooked 57(360. Whiskey" 93. Pork
I 14.50fVrtl4.75. Shoulders 7; clear Bides
I 9(?l9^ ou orders. Lard-prime kettle
CINCINNATI, July 26.-Flour decliucd
-now family firstname.lastname@example.org; no old in mar?
ket. Coru drooping, at 68(7y70. Pork- I
| choice country 14.00. Lard advanced, 1
! at 1Q)?. Bacon drooping-Bides 8}4(<$
8%. Whiskey 93. - !
LOUISVILLE, July 26. -Flour steady
extra family 6.00. Corn in fair demand.
Provisions steady and very little doing.
Whiskey 93. j
NEW ORLEANS, July 26.-Flour scarce
-doublo 6.50; treblo 6.62<f2'(ih7.00.
Corn firm-mixod 72@73; yoflow 74;
whito 78($80. Pork depressed-15.75
asked; 15.50 offered. Bacon scarce and
firm, at 7?,i($l0. Lard firm-tierco
10^@11; keg 11J?@11#. Sogar in
good demand- common Vi'* choice
12>?. Whiskey email@example.com. Coffee quiet,
at 14?16. Cotton dull-middling 20;
receipts 46-1 bales; sales 500; stock
I BALTIMORE, July 26.-Flour in im
I proved demand for new; prices un?
changed. Whoat scarce and firmer.
Coru-white 76@80; yellow 70@72.
Pork 15.50. Bacon steady-shoulders
Lurd 11@11*?. Whiskey 95K@
?96. Cotton firmer-middling 20>?; re?
ceipts 92 bales; sales 93; stock 1,055.
AuausTA. July 26. -Very little doing in
cotton; sales 40 balee; receipts 110
I Liverpool middling I8}ij ; closing firm.
I GALVESTON, July 26 -Cotton firm
good ordinary 16%(a)l7; reoeipts 294
i bales; sales 500; stock 12,854.
WILMINGTON, July 26.-Cotton firm
middling 19'.-,,'; receipts 30 bales; sales
33; stock 898.
MoiiiLE, July 26.-Cotton doll and
nominal-middling 19J?; roocipts 103
bales; sales 50; stock 8,580.
CHARLESTON, July 26.-Cotton quiet
and nominal-middlidg 19; receipts 177
bales; stock 3,483.
SAVANNAH, July 26.-Cotton inactive
middling 19'-i; receipts 00 bales; stock
BOSTON, July 26.-Cotton dull and no?
minal-middling 21; sales 300 bales;
NORFOLK, July 26.-Cotton steady
low middling 19; roceipts 175 bules; btock
- Io the Court Of Claims, at Lexington^,
Ky!, a few days* tgV^b^trtesiding judge'
Was annoyed by aa irritable old gentle*
man, who would insist in spooking dia
respeotfulfy of the aotion of tho court.
The judge fined the old gentleman
eleven times in succession for contempt,
and threatened to commit him to jail,
without doing any good; and finally, in
order to maintain the dignity of the
oourt, told him that if he waa only a
?oung ma?, the oourt would wTiip him
, n BO short a time that it would make bia
The "oldest inhabitant" is dead. His
name was Jacob Fou ruais, a Fronch Ca?
nadian by'birth; Kansas City was'hie
last placo of residence, and there he
gave up the ghoBt on tho 15th instant,
at the extraordinary ?ge, aa ia supposed,
of 134 years. He often laughed at the
idea of his being too old-as the offloerB
thonght-to participate in the battle of
New Orleans; Fournais at that time be?
ing only about eighty years of age. He
was never sick, and, only a few minutes
before he died, waa walking about the
A revolt has broken out in the town of
Moco, Son Domingo, against fhe autho?
rity of Baez. If the United Slates ves?
sels were withdrawn, Baez would not be
in authority thirty days. But this coun?
try not only pays a high rent for a coal
station whioh it does not and. can not use,
bot it keeps war vessels on tho coast to
uphold the authority of .a ?ham soldier,
and a dishonest, corrupt politioian.
A negro missionary at Coffeeville, Mis?
sissippi, has turned out all the members
of his church who refused to join the
Acacia Lodge No. 94, A. F. M.
? A REGULAR Communication of thin
^? I-o?]);" will he held in M anemic Hall,
/S/\TH1S (Thursday) EYENING, at 8|
o'clock. By ?rder ni tho W. M.
F. M. DRENNAN, Jn.,
July 27 1_Secretary.
, FROM my residence on Lanrel
?streot, a black SETTER PDP,
(bitch,) two months old, with ali
four feet white, white face, neck, and tip of
tail. I will give $5 for tho puppy and $10 for
the thicr.. JOHN WATIE8.
July 27 !.
THE COTTAGE HOUSE,
Wathington Mired, next door to Masonic Hall,
- C. H. DViUIE, Proprietor, j ?
THE Proprietor of the COTTAGE HOUSE -
tho neatest and most retired saloon in tbe
city-bavins had a largo experience at the
Charleston and Columbia Hotulsj pledges to
Inn guests tho most .choleo brand s of WINES,
LIQUORS and BEGAUS, and will bo pleased
to havo Iiis old friends call and soe him. A
NICE LUNCH served up daily, from ll lo 1
o'clock. C. H. DUHME.
Joly 27_' ?_
Old Government Java.
?)/\ MATS GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE.
AlU 50 baga choice Rio sud Lag nay ra. For
salo low. - "1 E. HOPE.
Ohoioe Family Flour. ..
BARRELS strictly chuioo. For salo
low. .. Tv;,: K.HOPE.
BUSHELS PRIME HEAVY OATS.
July 27 E, HOPE.
THE Proprietor of the "LITTLE STORE"
has just returned from New York with a neat
Cheapest \ ot of tho season. Call and see, at'
Inly 27 C. P. JACKSON'S. Main St.
Wo Have the Royal Heinitsh's Baking
WniCH for purity of material and per?
fection in baking is ahead of all others.
Suitable for all kinds ot batter; is tho lightest,
sweetost, whitest, cheapest powdorB in the
city. Tho time saved by the uso of this pow?
der, together with itel absolute certainty to
make sweet and light bread, biscuits, cakes of
any kind, puddings, pie-crusts, dumpling*,
corn-bread, etc., render it a most economical
and dcsirablo article for good house-koopers.
Prepared and f r sale only by
J ul v 25 j E. H. HE1NITBH, Druggist.
SEND 'I HK GLAD TIDINGS ABROAD!
CHILLS AM) FEVE? CURED!
Heinitsh's Groot Medicine,
j MA OMltt CUM,
A POSITIVE CURE.'
SEND all the incurable oases. Ono bottle
is all that need he taken. Banish paint
Banish suffering! To tho afflicted thia is tid?
ings of groat Joy.
I havo boon cured. J. A. DAVIS.
I havo been cared. C. B. THOMAS.
I have been oared. J A. ELKINS.
I havo been eared. J. H. DISKSKB.
I have been cored. D. WADS.
I have been cured. M. C. LOGAN.
All can bo cared by calling on HEIN IT NH
and get a bottle of this great medicine. Pre?
pared only by E. H. HBINITSH,
At his Drug Store, opposito PHOENIX office.
Joly 25 t_
Salada Dental Sooiety,
WILL meet in Greenville, H. C., st half
past 8 o'clock P. M., AUGUST 1,1871.
Dentists generally are invited to attend. Ar
rangements will be made for tho usual roduc
tiou in railroad and hotol rates.
N. SIMS, President.
J. R. THOMP-ION, Seo'y._July IO 14
The Georgia Gin
THIS ie the third season we have sold these
GINS, and have never hod a single com?
plaint. We offer them with renewed confi?
dence, at moderato prices and rossonable
terms. L?RICK & LOWRANCE, ARIB.,
July 13 2mo Columbia. H. G.
THE M0RRI8 COTTON GIN
Il A? DISTANCED ALL OTHERS,
A Nt) in warranted to do it again. For full
r% particulars, relativo to thoso machino?,
nihiroos I'. MO Kills,
Juno 18 Sain Columbia, H. O.
I d\ BARRELS PEARL GRIST,
L'/ 6 barroln Pearl Hominy, for tale bj
July 12 E. HOPE.
'Bao??, Flour,- F?rh^Litr'?, d?? :'
, . ;>? BY JACOB L^VIH. ; * i ?
THI3 (Th?raday) HORNING ai ?0 o'clock,
before my a tor o, I will soU, -.
- Iba. Canvased HAMS, t
- lbs. Unbagfeod Hame. \ .
- Iba. Dry Salted Backs.. -, - ?
Bbla. Flour, Ac.
-, . v AU?, .
Sundry artic co of FURNITURE.
Joly 27_. . . ..
Sale of Valuable lands.
BY order of the Superior Court, I viii
sell at the Court House door in States
.ville, North Carolina, o? WEDNESDAY,, .
ICth day of August next, . 11700 ACBES OF.
LAND, lying In tho County of Ir?dell, o? the
Catawba River and Lamb er Va Creek, 18 miles
Sonth of Ststesvllle. 37 caliea North of Char
lotto and about 5 milos Went.?f tho Atlantic,
Tennoaaee and Ohio Railroad. Tho laud will
bo aold in lots aa follows] ' '.rt*
' No. 1, containing 288 acree, more Or leas, on
which Dr. r?. By ara now lives.
No. 2, containing 238 acres, moro or lesa,
adjoining Lota NOB. 1,8,4 and 8. .
Ko. 8. containing 281 aerea, adjoining Noa.
1? 2 and 4. ; ^
No. 4, containing 285 acres, adjoining Noa.
2, 8,6 and 0.
No. 5, containing 200 acree, more or lesa,
adjoining Noa. 4 and 6.
No. 0, containing 400 aorea, on which Col.
A. 8. Brown now lives, adjoining. Noa. 2, 4
On thoee landa are large bodies- of fin?
River and Creok Bottoms and a snffioiqnt
2nan ti ty of Woodland on oach tract. On tho
00 acre tract there ?B a Rood UUl.Houaa.and
Water Power,good Dwelling and other "build?
ings. Oood Water on each ir&ot.
These lande aro anaeeptible of the highest
state of cultivation, the up-landa having a
good clay subsoil, and Will produce Cotton,
Tobacco, Wheat, Corn and the ' other grain
and grass crops; and are sold aa the lanas be?
longing to . the estate of the lato Janiea B.
By aro, for assets, ,. ,.
TERMS-One-half in elx months;' the ba?
llance in twelve mouths with intoreBfe from day
of salo. The purchaser may pay one-third or
the whola uf his bid any timo after the sale is
confirmed. Bond with approved security will
be required for tho purchase .money. The
title will be retained until full payment is
Persona wishing to eco the landa will please
call upon Col. A. S. Brown or Thoa. Peaton,
Esq. C. A. CARLTON,
Administrator de bonis non ol James 8. Byare.
Jone 30_ . . Imo:
Oo-operatlve Building Aoa?ciatlon.
AS many inquiries have boon directed to
mo relative to tho disposai of tho tick?
ots which may romain unsold, I would state
that thoy will a?. be sold before tho drawing
takes place. Aa bat 2,000 tioxa^s will be .is?
sued, and the price fixed so low, a sal? of all
tho tloketa must be effected in' Order to Obrer
the expenses of the drawing, and tho General
Agent will positively not hold a ticket <ou the
day of the raffle. Aa it haebecoE*? 5pg?rent
to me that a large amount of money bas been
placed by thoBe selling liehet a in thc banka,
or otherwise need, in order to obtai? the in
terest upon the same, I now offer .to silowvinv.
tereat upon all earns paid ipto hiv haudB at
the rato of one per cent, per month from thia
date, payable on the day of .drawing, bnt not
afterwards. It must be apparent to al) that
so long aa tho money is kept out of my hands,
I cannot tlx a.day for. the drawing. My bond,
in the.penal sam of $40,000, makes a deposit
with mo as safe as could ho desired. The
offer of a good rate of interest, and tire, do?
nne to invest all the money in improvement*
of a more extensive obarao^er, ar? sufflcient
guaranty that the drawing will:take platte at
an early a day as posaiblo. Evidence of tho
improvements intended can bo ?eeh at corner
of alain and Plain streets. '
I must again request all.who have money
in their Laude to remit tho same to me, whe?
ther it amounts to one ticket or ten.
DR. E. W. WHEELER,' '
Goners! Agent, Box SS, Columbi*,0.
July 25 _ S
House and Lot for Sale.
I AU now offering at privet* (?ale that
No. 1 FAMILY RESIDENCE AND LOT,
.now occupied hy Rev. W. D. Thomas.
This is well known to be ono of the moat
desirable residences In the city-on ono of the
highest pointa.House has six large and
comfortable rooms, with fire-places iu aach
Kitchen attached to the boneo.
Good Servants' accommodation.
Fine Well and Cistern.
Superior Garden Spot.
Beautiful Lawn in front of residence, utad?
ded with nublo old oak treoa. Tho Lot con?
tains -acros of ground.
Swch an opportunity for securing a delight?
ful home seldom occurs.
For terms, Ac. apply to
JULIUS C. SUITH,
Auctioneer and Commission Morohant, Green,
villo, B. C._ . July 25 j6
MT. ZION S CHO OL, ~
WINNSUORO, 0. C.
THE FALL SESSION of 1871
will opouon UONDAY, July 81, and
?cont inne twenty weeks. Thoconrae
[or instruction ia classical, sclsO
'tifio and commercial, affording
thorough preparation for a univer?
sity course or for business life. For circulars,
address . U. U. FARR ?W, -.
July 6 tl3_. Principal.
TURNIP SEEP! '
JJUTA PAO A,
For salo by W. C. FISHER,
Druggist and Apothecary,
July20 8aio Opposite Columbia Hotel.
ej H. .
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tf ft* i JACKSONS, &
td iir PH
A A TONS COTTON PEED UEAL. ExceU
?yj lentformanure. EDWARD HOPE.
Claret on Draught.
JUST opened, ono Caak choleo TABLE
CLARET, for sale low, by tho gallon or
duzon.by JOHN AO><EW A.SON.
Seegers' Beer is Pure.
IT don't- contain Cococnlns Indieus. Pith.
Berries to uiako sleepy or headache