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''Let oar inst Censares
Attend the True Event.'
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 18, 1872.
VOL. VIII-NO. 102.
A Colored Maryland Cr ?nt Elector Rc
p nain te? tim Ticket.
BALTIMORE, Joly 8, 1872.
Hon. Harry Stockbridge, Chairman Balti?
more City Delegation to the late Republi?
SIB: Please accept for you ra alf and
colleagues from the Fourth Congression?
al Diatriot to tba late Convention of
April 24, 1872, my grateful thanks for
the conspicuous favor conferred bj
placing my name on the Grant electoral
ticket, and the assurance of my kindly
appreciation of this and other marks of
confidence during my participation in
the politics of my native State. A pro?
found Bense of duty to my race and the
demands of an unselfish patriotism-su?
perior to mere partisan requirements
compel me to declino the honor, and
sever my connection with the Grant
wing of the Republican party. I enter?
tain the hope that at no distant day
colored men, as American citizens, will
rise superior to the apparent BolfishnesB
of their past political action-which has
too often been characterized by adhesion
to men instead of devotion to principles
-and that they viii fully comprehend
the sacredness of the ballot and the
higher duty of citizenship. It in but
naiarni that, in the past, colored voters
should have been consolidated within
the ranks of that party through whose
instrumentality their rights were in part
secured, particularly when the party Was
itself a unit, and the rights of the
colored citizen made a political issac.
But now, when some of the best men
and brightest spirits of that party de?
cline to act with it, and join with other
citizens in the formation of a newer and
better party, with more advanced and
more practical ideas-within whose
ranks the sights of all men are assured
it is an open question whether the Libe?
ral Republican party is not, after all,
the true Bepnblican party of the coun?
Now that all men, of whatever creed
or political opinion, "accept the situa?
tion," rooognizo the rights of all men
and guarantee their maintenance, it is
bnt fair to suppose that tho time is really
come to permit "the dead past to bury
its dead," and for all voters to "come
np" to that comprehensive platform
which, while recognizing the equity of
equal rights, gives promise of perpetual
peace and prosperity to the whole coun?
try. In the coming Presidential cam?
paign, it is of the first importance that
colored men cast off the fetters of politi?
cal vassalage, ignore the tyranny of a
false and vicious party discipline, and,
like all other men, exercise their politi?
cal franchise according to the dictates ol
an enlightened and untrammeled judg?
ment. Even were it possible for me tc
remain on yonr ticket, I could not ap?
prove and abet the bitter and continued
factional warfare for which the Grant
party in Maryland is remarkable, and
which is a dominant characteristic ol
that party in every State in the Union,
Neither would I, on any consideration,
lend myself to the basely nngratefu!
task of villifying and hounding life-long
friends of human liberty and of equa
rights, who, by their labors and saori
floes, through a period of more than i
quarter of a century, have made it pos
sible for men of my race to enjoy th?
privileges of American citizenship.
I have read- carefully that elaborate
compilation of indefinite promise of tb<
Philadelphia : platform, and beg to sog
gest that if, after more than eleven yean
of supremacy, and nearly fodr years o
absolute control of every department o
the Government, ? ie deemed wise to b
so prolific,in platform declaration, it i
jost possible that four years longer leas
of power will be inadequate 'to the fal
performance of- tho stupendous tasl
marked ont for tbeparty at Philadelphia
"That complete and exact equality ii
the enjoyment of all civil, political am
publio rights, without discrimination oi
account of race, creed, color or previon
condition of servitude," of which th
Philadelphia Convention gives assurance
is no doubt intended as a balm for tb
colored voters of the country, and i
supposed to have great healing influenc
through a Bepnblican Congress, in u
ter aontempt of tbis and other promis:
made at Philadelphia.
If this Convention WUK the concet
trated voice of tbe Republican partj
speaking authoritatively for Presiden
Congress and people, it is inoomprehei
sible wby some of these platform sent
ments were not at once oryatalized inl
Federal statute provisions. I do n<
question the wisdom of this eminent
capable and respectable body, nor do
doubt the sincerity of these declaration
bat I cannot lose sight of the fact that
is perilous in the extreme to entru
these vital measnreB to other and tutu
Congresses, which may not, in the eter
al fitness of things, bo iu consonan,
with the Philadelphia Convention,
dissent, also, from the doctrine enunt
ated that tbe enforcement of the appr
priate legislation made by the rece:
amendment to the National Constitute
"can be only trusted" to the Grant ai
ministration. J( the tenure of Amei
can citizenship depends upon the sueco
of any political party, and is neoessari
jeopardized npon tbe periodical reto
of each national political oonteat, tin
that exalted right is more honorary tin
honorable, and instead of being an o
ject of j net patriotic pride, would be
boon unsought, and often despised wh
secured. Of course I differ widely frc
these absurd promises-so antagonis
to the genius of our institutions-a
hold that the exeroiso of tbe rights ai
the employment of the privileges of oi
zenship by the colored people of t
country depends, not upon the succ<
of a political party, which is oftener fi
tional or sectional than national, t
npon the better sentiment, broad char
and advanced civilization of the Ame
eau people as a nation.
In the light of the limited in telliger
I am enabled to bring to bear npon 1
isaacs now before the people of 1
country, I am constrained to see in i
Philadelphia platform a confession
weakness. If any political party, after
three snocessive terms of the adminis?
tration of govern mental power, has need
of suoh profusion of promise, evidently
for the purpose of securing votes to per?
petuate its existence, it is within tho
pale of poesibility that the country will
survive its defeat, and go forward to tho
accomplishment of its high destiny with?
out the official guardianship of Buch a
I am persuaded that the Cincinnati
platform does not differ very widely in
declaration of principle from the Phila?
delphia instrument, and that all voters,
of whatever political opinion, oan stand
upon it without sacrifice of principio,
and support the Liberal Bepnblioun
nominees without stultification. And I
consider the endorsement of these candi?
dates by other than the Cincinnati Con*
veution aa additional evidence of their
acceptability to the American people.
I believe it to be tho duty as well as
the right of every American citizen to
exorcise his political prerogative freely
and fearlessly; and, on occasion, give
fall expression to his sentiments, while
carefully respecting the same duty and
rights in all other men. And that, in go?
vernments like oars, all effort to control
the political action of the oitizen by
class, caste, or seotional prejudice for in?
dividual, faotional, or partisan aggran?
dizement, if successful to any extent and
through any considerable period of tim?,
will inevitably tend toward the subver?
sion of the very objects for which co?
operative or Republican governments
In the performance of this duty as a
oitizen, and in the exercise of this un?
doubted right, I shall, in my humble
sphere, advocate the obliteration of old
party lines and the sustenance of a new
party, BO composed as to give promise of
successfully mastering the problems of
the present and future, ander the
leadership of that grand old veteran of
equal rights, Horace Greeley, whose
record and whole life is a sufficient
guaranty that the rights of all men will
be protected ander his administration.
I am not unmindful of the otter in?
significance of my effort in this direc?
tion. Neither do I imagine for one mo?
ment that my opinion will affect the
general result. Nevertheless, I shall en?
deavor to perform my whole duty, and
shall accept cheerfully alt the conse?
quences. Very respectfully,
W. U. SAUNDERS,
58 St. Mary's street.
Potter's Oro ve. Qa., has a negro child
three months old, but thirteen inches
high, whose arms and legs are no larger
round than an ordinary man's finger. It
weighs five pou uria, and seems to be
A New Orleans sharper, in picking the
pocket of a man named Thompson, on
the 11th inst., awaked him, and a des?
perate fight took place between tho two,
in which Thompson was mortally
wounded by being stubbed with a knife.
Say less than you think, rather than
think only half what you Bay.
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CAMPAIGN NEWS.-The Presidential
campaign is now upon us, and is des?
tined to prove the most exoiting and in?
teresting ono that wo have had for many
years. We are determined to furnish
oar readers with the fullest and freshest
information from all quarters ol the
Union, as the campaign progresses, and
to this end will increase the number of
our news columns, so that the PHONIX
will contain for the cimpuiga more read?
ing matter than uny daily paper at the
capital, and ns much as either of onr
Charleston ootemporaiies. To the citi?
zens of the upper Counties of tho State,
the rutENix, as famishing news twenty
foar boars ahead of the Charleston news?
papers, particularly addresses itself. All
ye who feel an interest in the election of
Greeley and Gratz Brown, and desire to
know the correct status of the campaign
as each new development is made, send
in 5our subscriptions to the PHCENIX,
either daily or tri-weekly. Wo promise
yon a lively,,, read able and reliable paper.
Send for specimen copies.
A large and varied lot of cards, suita?
ble for weddings, invitations, visiting
and business parpo&es, have j oat been re?
ceived at this office, wbioh, owing to the
dall season, will be printed at very low
Do not Despair.-Handroda of caeca o? I
Scrofula, iu ita wo rat atagee, old oaaoa of
Syphilis] tb fit have dened the ekill of eminent
Physicians, Rhoumati"u who have boen suffer?
ing for years and the victims of tho injudi?
cious uso of Merourv, have been radically
curod bv DH. TU PT'S SARSAPARILLA AND
QtJEE>?'8 DELIGHT. It ia the mo?t. pow?
erful alterativo and blood purifier known.
It ia proscribed by many Physicians in their
If you havo Chilla, whether every other
day, every tenth day, or every two or three
weeks, take Dr. Tull's Liver Pills, and you
will check them, otherwise thoy will Btiok to
you all winter.
Dr. TutCs Hair Dye. contains no Gu'phur.
BLESSED are they who reek relief from
"Liver Complaint," ?'BihouanesB," Bad Blood,
Pimples, Blotches, Eruptions, Bonah Skin,
Salt Bheum, Erysipelas and (Scrofulous dis?
eases, by the use of Dr. Pierce's Alt. Ext. or
Golden Medical Discovery, for they shall be
happy In knowing that tbeoarei-i complete.
Sold bv all druggists.
VITALIZE TUE H .vin.-Why doe? the bair bc
oomo harsh and dry-why dooa it fall out
why does It become cray? Simply because
the lifo haB gono out or it. Tho librea draw
BUBtenanco from tho scalp, as thc erasa draws
aliment from the soil, and when the supply ot
nutriment ia cut off in either caso, the pro?
duct witheia and diea. At tho first aymptom
of decay, therefore, tho unfed or half-fed roots
of tho hair should be refreshed and reinforced
with LYON'S KATIIAIBON, the only preparation
which will nourish the filaments and keep
them in a vigoroua condition after they have
begun to sutler from 'a deficiency of their
natural stimulant. As long as the Kathairon
ia faithfully uaed, with a proper degree of
friction, morning and oveniutr, ao loci; will it
he impossible for tho hair to whiten or fall
ont from tho scalp. July 10 *4
FIVE HUNDRED COUDS of good PINE
WOOD. Apply to
July 16_HARDY SOLOMON*.
Butter, Cheese, &c.
TUBS choice GOSHEN BUTTER,
Boxea choice Goshen Cheeae,
1.000 pouuda Breakfaat Strips,
10 b?rrela Paarl Grist and Big Hominy.
All fresh and lor sale by
July 16_HOPE ft GYLES.
Great Reduction in Teas.
2CHESTS ENGLISH BREAKFAST,
2 chests Oolong,
2 chests Young Hyson,
2 cheats Gunpowder.
All of the best quality, fresh, and will he
sold at prices that cannot fall to please.
T. J. ft H. M. GIB80N,
Corner Lady and Richardson st roots.
Julv 16 0
0. V. ANTWERP,
Successor to E. Pollard,
(Opposite J. H. Kinara'* J
DEALER in PATENT MEDICINES,
-Perfumery and Fancy Articles. Just |
received, the new crop of Turnip Seeds,
1872, comprising all the fall and winter varie?
ties. . July 18 JO
Wanted to Borrow,
FOR one year or longer, at a fair 1 ato of in?
terest, about $2,5110, for which good se?
curity will be given. Address X, at I'BCRNIZ
Oftleo._ July 14
Coal! Coal !
f*f\r*? TONS beet quality of COAL, now
vi V/I loading on board bric Anna Maria,
fur thia market, which will bo sold low for
cash. Apply to . . R. A. KEENAN,
July 12 Imo At Columbia Hots'.
IHAVE a cargo of COAL on tho road, and
will aull the Barn? as cheap AB anyone
oise iu thia market. Will receive orders for
delivery from Auguat 1 to .September 1.
THU8. J. HARPER,
Jnl\ 6 16 For the Company.
Ale! Ale! Ale!
i)?^ DOZ. CROTON AXE, very superior
50 doz. Mcliwon'a Ale, very anperior quail
tv. Just received and for. salo by
JulyB JOHN AGNEW ft BON.
Fall Turnip Seed.
Lang's Imoroved Ruta Baga,
Oohaon'ri Improved Ruta Baga,
Largs White Norfolk,
v Large White Globe. HOPE ft GYLES.
\y July 10 _ _
9AA BBLS. NEW FLOUR, of all gradea,
sJ\J\J fur sal? at greatly reduced juices,
by_JOHN AGNEW ft SON.
NEW angar-cured HAMS,
Brooked Beef, for sale low. HOPE .t GYLES.
PERSONS who. left WATCHEM in my care
years ago to be repaired, will plaaso call
fur the same, give description, atate time
when left, pay charges and take them away.
If not called fer within ninety days from this
date, I will sell them to pay couta,
Jnno 23m'.h_G. DIERCK8.
f*f\ BOX KS FIRE CRACKERS, for Fourth
<0\J of Jn'y purposes. HOPE ft GYLES.
1 AA GALLONS superior SALAD OIL,
frosh and sweet, just received and
fur sale at tl per gallon, by
I Jun? 23_JOHN AGNEW ft SON.
New Batter and Cheese.
"I rv TUBS choice May BUTTER.
JA/ 10 boxes new cutting Cheese.
Just received and for sale by
Junee _JOHN AGNEW ft 80N.
Corn! Cora! Corn!
BUSHELS prime White CORN.
.?JUU 500 bushels orimo Mixed Corn,
Just received and for aale at rednced prices,
by__JOHN AGNEW ft MON.
Everybody ia delighted with the QUEEN'S
DKLIOHT. It eurea all kinds of breaking out
of the ekln, bolla, ftc.
LESS TUAN FACTORY COST,
To Close in 30 Bays,
D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON,
Corner Main and Washington streets.
July 14 }3
A CHANCE FOR ALL !
6 RE AT BARGAINS
OT. D. LO?E & CO.'S!
TS anticipation of rar.ioving in September
to our large and commodious NEW STORE,
in tho Wheeler Bnildirg, corner of Main and
Plain streets, we will closo out our present
atock at unprecedented LOW PRICES.
BargainB in all classes of Goode
W. I). LOVE &. CO.
W. D. LOVE, )
B. B. McCntEnv. f July 14
Illustrated Haps of Columbia,
WIPH PR ii MES cf all kinda,
.600 now STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS- |
Southern, European and California. Aleo.
A new lot of CRC QU KT. at reduced prices.
Forjsalo at_R. L.BRYAN'S Bookstore.
JAMES A. GRAY & 00.,
IKFOBTEBS, JOB HUES AND BETAILEBS IE
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goode,
104 and 19G Broad street. Augusta, Qa.
TUR largest and most complete stock in
the Honth, at lowest prices. July 12 Imo
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore exist- |
ing between tho undersigned, under tue
name of WELLS A CALDWELL, bas thia day
been dissolved by mutual conseut. All ac?
counts duo the firm must be paid to John D.
Caldwell, who will also settle all outstanding
claims against tho same. This tho Oth day
of July, A. D. 1872.
JACOB Ii. WELLS,
Joly 10 jj JOHN D. CALDWELL.
OFFICE AUDITOR" BICHLAND COUNTY,
JULY 1. 1872.
THIS oflico will be open during this month
for the purpose of leceiving returns of
all property-holders. Tho penalty of fifty
per cent, will be added lo Uat year's returns
for non-compliance, with this notice
M. J. CALNAN,
July 4. County Auditor.
I"" : NEW SALOON.
CY F\ 1>. KO.VEM.-W,
(Formerly at C. Bierdes',)
ON'Assembly st r.ot, opposite tho Market.
Liepiura and Segara of all kinds. Lunch
at 12 M. .luiv t;
THE host in market, comprising all the
good qualities of FRUIT JARS, jor sale by
Juno 95 L?RICK & T,0_WRANOE._
6>K. BASKETS CHAMPAGNE,
4t) 20.000 CIGARS.
Canned Goods, Fruits. Nuts, Cakes and a
lot nf other goods suitable for the 4tb; also,
for Partie?, PioNics, Barbecues, Ao.
June 23 L?RICK A LOWRANCE.
5,000 Live Indians Just Arrived.
THEY aro pitted against John Soegcrs'
10,000 K. K.'s, at tho odds. But all may
end tn smoke. GEO. BYMMERS.
AND HOUSE Fl'ItMMHSO STORE.
?rv ^ft=^_ THE undersigned have re
y^S?FfesSg^ cently opened HU entire, new
\ lTffl atock or new goods in tho
1 rMvtrW^ aUl)V0 nno> Articles of all
.-SBSSSM* liicda for hout-o keeping, Ac.
Citizens are invited to call and examine goodB
and pri?es. KINGSLAND A HEATH,
Under Colombia Hotel.
R. KINOSLAND. J. A. HEATH.
PIGS' FEET S0?6ED,
S MOK KD BEEF,
OHOICE GOSHEN RUTTER.
AU frosh and for sale low for cash bv
June 1G _HOPE A OYLES.
CLE A VEL AND MINERAL SPRINGS,
Near Shelby, 55 mi'es West of Charlotte, 27. C.,
T. AV. I1KEVARD, Proprietor.
* jgaSM"^ THE Hotol will be open for
BfcStiWiT, nh the recoption of visitors on 1st
M?Sffi??Sr of June. Passengers coming
ffil^rftnpSBron tho Wilmington, Charlotto
auU llumeriOrd EaiJri.d will bo met by
Hacks. Conveyances ' > other points pro?
vided at any time. _ ,.
COLD and WARM BATHS-White Sulphur,
Red Sulphur and Chalyboate Water.
BAND OF MUSIC and other means of
amusement will add to the comfort and en?
joyment of guests.
FARE first class. RATES-Single day,
$2 60; single week, 114; four weeks, 140. Chil?
dren under ten years old and colored servants
half price. June20 2mo
Cheaper Than Ever.
C. F. JACKSON
ILL Hull his entire- stock of GOODS |
WITHOUT REGARD TC COST.
Every Counter will bo a BARGAIN COUN?
TER. The Ten Cent Counter will bc full of |
4 ND novel plan, that offerts tho rare in
J\. ducemonta the Indian
To extend to her customers long ego, bas
been adopted, which is, "to give extra
quantity in every fifty cents worth bought:
To Sell Oigars
Bv tho box at remarkably low rates." Here
is" tho place to get tho "LITTLE GE lt,"
STULTZ'S PANCAKE, and the finest SMOK?
ING TOBACCO._Joly 2
The Most Fashionable Promenade
IS THE CITT IS AT THE
CHEAT COMBINATION OBY GOODS
J. H. KIN ARD.
IT i? there that the greatest display o
TASTE and STYLES can be Been.
A choice and elegant assortment of GRE?
NADINES, MARIPOSAS, beeide s the newest
and now most popular patterns ia "DOLLY
These goode have been bought at auob ad*
vantageous prioes as to enable mo to offer
them at astonishingly low figures. Call and
examine, and I am sure you will buy.
May 19M__ J. H. KINABD.
^ The Favorite Resort of the Ladies is at
the Elegant and Well-appointed
Show Room and Millinery Es?
tablishment of Mrs. McCOR-1
MICK, in the Store of
J. H. K IN ARD,
GOODS are now being offered at such low
figures as will defy competition.
The DOLLAR COUNTER is an especial at?
traction, where one can obtain .goods at half
the original prico.
LADIES' HUITS, superbly trimmed, on
baud, of tho latest and moat fashionable
A call will suffice to satisfy every one.
May 26 _M RS. A. MCCORMICK.
Meats, Smoked and Pickled.
ITHRESH to hand
; Primo Smoked Tongues,
Primo Smoked Beef,
"Diamond" aud "Orango" brand Hams,
Elm Oity Breakfast Ht np.?.
Elm City Sugar cured Pickled Rounds,
With full supply or standard and fancy
Groceries, Spices, Ac, at low prices.
June 21_GEO. SYMMERS.
Cotton Seed Meal.
1 f\f\ BARRELS freeh ground COTTON
JAJVJ HEED MEAL, an excollent article
for feeding stock, inst received and for saio
low by JOHN AGNEW ft SON.
ACARMINATIVE BAL8AM for the euro of
Diarrboa, Dysentery, Bowel Complaint,
Pains, Cramps, Cholera, Cholera Morbus,
Hick Htomaob, Soar Stomaoh, Siok and Nerv?
ous Headache, Wind in the Stomach, Hyste?
rics, Faint ines. Low Spirits, Melancholy. For
Infante, ono of the beat aootbing medicines
for Teething, Belly-ache, Looseness of Bowels,
Fretfulness, Restlessness, and all eomplaints
inoident to children. For sale only at
Jun el 5 J_Family Medicine Store.
Cary Cough Core, ,
Tar and Wild Cherry.
For ?ale at HElNITSH'd Drug 8tor?.
AprillO ' '/ _t
Portable Fonntain Pomps.
JUST received a aupply of portable foun?
tain PUMPS and SPRINKLERS, which
is tho most useful and convenient apparatus
for watering shrubbery, flowers and plants,
and for washing carriages, windows, ftc
Also, a useful article for extinguishing fires
at the commencement, sprinkling eldo-walks,
ftc, ftc For sale at low prices bv
Jone 27_JOHN AONE"W ft SON.
Innri BUSHELS CORN.
.VJViv/ 100 barrels FLOUR,
Which wo offer at a heavy decline. Il muet be
?old. LOBIOK ft LOWRANCE.
Everybody is some authority. If every?
body says so and BO, it must be ao. Theyeay
HEIMTSH'S MEDICINES are good and are worth
Get the Best,
GO TO THE BEST P?i?C?.
WE olaim to have one of the finest
VyV etookeof WATCHES.of all heat Eng
JCj^lieh, Sirias and American makers. With
Diamonds and other flee Jewelry, oar ?tock
is largo, and we are going to seil the Goods.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING, in al
branches, by tho best of workmen.
NOT 19 Formerly Glaze A Radoliffe.
DULL SEASON !
FRENCH CASHMERE PASTS
Made to order
For Twelve Dollars,
Twenty per cent, discount.
NO HUMBUG !
As we mark everything in plain figures.
At cost-or less.
At a sacrifice.
FINEST AND CHOICEST SHIRTS
In the market.
CALL AND SEE
jj, & W, C. SWAFF1ELD,
OF . : ? ..
KINARI) & WHEW
(8CCCE8SOBS TO CHILDS * WILEY )
CHEVIOT DEBBY SUITS.
Blue and Black Morning Coats, ?
Caeslmere Light Mixed Suiia.
Black and Bine Granites.
Youth's. Boy's and Children's Suits.
New style and handsomely made. Ktar Shirts.
Silk Bcarfs, Ties, Bows, of tUe latest style.
Linen and Paper Collars and Coffs.
BATS I HATS lt HATS III
Splendid line. The best and cheapest in
the market. DRESS HATS, silk and beaver,
M. L. KINARI). J. S. WILEY.
YES, IRISH CH AMI"AGNI" ! Why not?
Was not the great Apostle ot Temper
I ance, Father Mathew, an. Irishman? Still,
were he alive to-day, bo would quaff a cup of
this beverage, and, smacking nis lips, biess
the man who invented "Irish Champagne."
This can be drank with perfect safety by the
Knights of Pythias, Good Templars, or Bad
Templars, Sons of Malta. Sous of Temper?
j ance, or anybody eire's sous or daughters,
masons, brick-layers, chimney-sweeps-in
fact, anybodv, particularly those who.wear
Grant hats and Greeley hats, or their own
hat?, are invited fraternally to imbibe (at
your own expense, mindi; this superlatively
This notice would have been further ex.
tended, but a man borrowed our ictionary,
and several big words we intended to use are
necessarily omitted; but when that man re?
turns that Dictionary, the public may expect
to hear from us again.
May 18 _GEORGE SYMMEPS.
How the World was Peopled.
ETHNOLOGICAL LEOTUBE. By Bev.
Edward Fontaine. 12.
Thoughts upon Government. By Arthur
Helps. $2 85.
Soughing lt. By Mark Twain. Illustrated;
fall of fan.
At Home and Abroad. By John P. Ken?
Foster's Life of Charles Diekens. 12.
Taine's Notes on England. $2 60.
Pro-Historic Times. By Sir John Lubbock.
Popular Life of Gen. B. E. Lee.
And other new publications, foi sale at
June 8_ft. L. BRYAN'S Bookstore.
l&otz's Celebrated North Carolina
IHAVE a lot of the above WHISKEY oa
hand, and having made arrangements to
take all Whiskey manufactured by Metz, will
constantly keep it on hand. Can only be had
at . W. J. BLACK'S,
Mareh 29 6m o_Charlotte. N. O.
Frames for the Columbi* Maps,
OF every style, of Walnut and Gilt Mould?
ing. Also, for Paintings, Photographs
and Engravings. B.TJ. PRYAN'S
THE SPEAKER'S COMMENTARY, by Bish?
ops and other Clergy of the Anglican
Church. Vol.1. *5.
Aunt Jane's Hero, by Author of Stepping
Hannah, a new Novel, by Miss Moloch. SOo.
Jan 14_DUFFIE h CHAPMAN.
Everybody should read the paper and learn
to know how much ia saved if to Heinitsh'a
stoie they go for medloines.