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WASaxpctroN, Juiic ISenator Mov?an
, * y regain* i? a armorial froc? the N c- w V nek
**"* ^.?llijr^^r^?f Comnwroe, iu taY?rjat ?th?,
bankrupt law. Ht expressed himself in
(aT?r ofthebiR, and hoped ii wtytdgl he re
ported at an oarly day in? m the'Jndiciary j
The House passel bills GstihTishinp:
**i - say offices iu Orugon - ana idaho. J h . bate
vjfiui eoatimied du the bill - to rester? the
political right* of tho Southern Statua,
av Among the speakers waa Mr. Harris, ot
Maryland, '?ec reiterated the right of the
. ~. Southern States to ?eeede.
. . Prom VVnuhln^tou.
WASHINGTON, June l t. -Samuel Hanson,
formerly Clerk in the Confederate l'est
O?iee Department, committed suicide t o
dav. Want of employment and reduced
. cirenmatarrcos was the cause.
The St<w asserts that the votes of the
1 more conservative Union men were ob-'
. lain ed for pie constitutional a mend m ont
* *by ajiletlgo"--from their radical uolleagnos
^ that no action shsll bc taten during the'
present session upon the bills reported
irom the Joint Commiteee on Beoonstrue
" tiop. This virtnally refer* the whole mat?
ter to the people.
There wa? considerable excitement on
, ethe steps in, fron t of the Capitol to-day^
' So&aeau, who had a rattan in his hand,
approached G rinn di, and said he had wait-,
ed several days for him to apologize for
the Outrageous assault made on him in
..debate. Grinnell said. 1 bare-no apology Ito
make. Boaeeau thereuponcaned him, Grit.*
nell making no resistance whatever. When
Rosaeau had finished the flagellation.
Grinnell merely said, "lt is all righi," and
:-r? ?*? .
NEW ORLEANS, Juno 13.-A revolution
UfM broken out in Spanish Honduras.
There has beon a grand celebration hy
. .tho emancipated negroes ru Buatan.
The health of Havana is good. -
SAH FRANCISCO, June 12.- Tho result of
the -Oregon election is doubtful. Both
parties claim the .State hy about two. Thc
returns of eleotiou from WaHhingtou Ter?
ritory show large Dcimicratic gains. The
entire Democratic ticket is successful in
nine Counties, and reported the same in
RICHMOND, Jane li.-Bishop Early, who
was ?o seriously injured by an accident on
-the Danvdle Railroad, is better, and it is .
thought will recover.
NEW YORK, June l-l.-Gen. Murphy and
other Fenians refused to give bait at Ma?
lone, and await their trial, which occurs at"
Canaudaigna, on the 10th.
The United States Consul-Goneral de- .
manded the release of a Tribune eorres
Sondent arrested by tho Canadians some
aya since, for unexplained rtasonB.
There was another death from cholera
yesterday, in 35th street.
Santa Anna lias issued a stirring ad?
dress to his countrymen from Eli2auclh
town, N. J. Tho General d<*liuos his posi?
tion in reference to the present aspect of
Mexican politics, and as to tho reporte of
his truckling to Maximilian, hu says he did
not in any manner compromise himself
with the Empire; he belonged entirely to
the Mexican Republic, and he expects nil
Mexicans to umto and drive the usurpers
from their so il,-and offers his own servicer
to the cause. A monarchy in Mexico he
declares to be an impossibility, and the
. restoration! of the Republic is "tho height
of his ambition. No other purpose, he
says, could draw him from his retirement;
when this is accomplished, he will return
to private life. In conclusion, ho says he !
will not close his life with falsehood, hut
seeks for his tomb a new laurel tree, wno se ?
shadow shall cover it in the midst of I
PHILADELPHIA., June 14.-Anticipating
the adoption of tho constitutional amend?
ment passed by the United States Senate,
and just concurred in by the House, Gov.
Curtin, of Pennsylvania, has addressed a
cironlar to the Governors of the Northern
States, suggesting the propriety of union
in action and the calling together their re?
spective Legislatures, for the immediate
ratification of the amendment, and before
the adjournment of Congress.
NEW ORLEANS, June 13. -Sales of cotton, j
to-day, 900 bales; low middlings 3'.?e. Hold '
42?. Sterling 58.
NEW YORK June 14.-Cotton nearly no?
minal, at 39?C42. Gold 1.47. Exchange
nominal, at 91.
JUNK 14-7? P. M.-Cotton steady,
with sales of 1,200 bales, at 39@42. Gro?
ceries quiet. Turpentine dull. Rosin
firm. Gold 47*.
THE MOST Rrnicraous STOUY YET. :
Judge Underwood's organ, the Alex- j
andria SUtle Journal, says ' 'an attempt
was made to assassinate him (Under- !
wood) during the session of his court
in Bichmond," and "other attempts i
of like character will be made during |
the recess of his court." During his |
-, ' }. recent visit to this city a gentleman j
? accidentally jostled him on the street.
This was the "attempt to assassinate" j
the just and upright Judge. It is j
> - singular he said nothing about it till
- ..-. he got to Alexandria.
[Richmond Times, IZth.. j
The Montreal Gazelle lauds the
"gallantry" of Col. Booker, who did
not particularly distinguish himself
iu the recent Fenian light, and it
calls the demoralized flight of the
men "retiring for rest and food."
The nineteenth volume of the
"Correspondence of Napoleon T.," i
Eublishedby order of Napoleon Iii., '?
as just appeared in Paris.
The investigation into the acts of
the Provost Marshal is said to be very ;
damaging to the reputation ot* Gen. |
Gen. D. H. Strother (Torte Crayon
in the literary world,) has been nomi?
nated as Consul to Buenos Ayres.
Bacon Sides, Shoulders and
-IA HHDS. prime BACON SIDES and
AU SH0' ^DKRS.
2 hhds. Sugar-cared Breakfast Strips.
On hand and for sale low bv
Junel5 J. & T. lt. AGNEW.
f&- Carolinian copy.
AGOOD NURSE. Whito preferred. Ap?
ply to F. w. MCMASTER.
June 14 3*
- j^e-Bowed ofvTruaieeeLof tire The
ological Seminary, in this city, held
ita annual meeting last week, and,
the Soutient Presto/terian informe us,
adopted the following resolutions i
I?e&u?veil, 1. That iu tue present
unsettled; and impoverished condi?
tion oi the conn try, it is not thought
i expedienb to inaugurate- any general
scheme to raise rands among the
churches for the re-endowment of the
Seminary;?mtihat it be recommend-1
ed -to the synods; heretofere co-ope?
rating in the support of the Seminary j
to raise, each in its respective bounds,
and by such agency as may be thought
best, the sum of $1,000 to supple?
ment the salaries of four professor?
2. 'That in order to carry this mea?
sure into effect, the Bc v. Dr. Howe
and Bey. Wm. Banks be appointed a
committee to attend the text meet?
ing of the Synod of South Carolina;
the Rev. Dr. "Woodrow and Be v.
Rufus IL Porter, the Synod of Geor?
gia; the. Kev. Drs. Adger . aad Still?
man. the Synod of Alabama; and the
Kev. Dra. Palmer and Lyon, the
Synod of Mississippi.
3..That thc ladies throughout ali
oar churches be earnestly; requested
to engage in raising funds.'in any
way that may be thought best, for the
support of indigent oung men who
may be engaged in -ne. prosecution
.of their theological studies; and that
the pastors of tue churches be re?
quested to aid the ladies by their
advice in the prosecution of thia
4. That the Rev. MessrB. Dwight
Witherspoon, of Memphis, Tenn.;
Thomas B. Welch, of. Little Bock,
Ark.; N. Chevalier, of - Gonzales,
Texas, be requested to solicit contri?
butions in their respective synods, as
they may have opportunity, for the
general usc of the Seminary.
? That, while adopting the above
plan to relieve the immediate, press?
ing wants of the Seminary, the Board
would nevertheless urge such indi?
viduals iu the churches as may have
the means to make contributions for
thc permanent endowment of the
Seminary. And they would, there?
fore, request the Rev. Drs. Joseph B.
Wilson, James A. Lyon, B. M. Pal?
mer and Rev. J. R. Burgett, to act as
a committee to raise funds for the
permanent endowment of the Semi?
REPORT OF GENS. ST rai >MAN AND|
F?UiERTox.-A special despatch to
the Charleston Courier, dated Wash?
ington, June 13, says:
Steadman\s and Fullerton's report
of Freedmen's Bureau affairs in South
Carolina and Georgia has been re?
They say the faithful agents in
Carolina have been greatly aided-by
citizens, while incompetent and med?
dlesome agents have aroused bitter?
ness and opposition. They charge
Assistant Commissioner Ely, at Co?
lumbia, wiffP engaging hugely in
planting, and grossly neglecting the
freedmen. He has continued those
under him in a situation little better
The ollice under Saxton's adminis?
tration was extremely pernicious, and
especially on the Sea Islands; but
Commissioner Scott is now rapidly re?
forming the abuses which existed un?
der his predecessor. They notice the
affairs ef the Sea Islands at consider?
able length. They represent 30,000
negroes as being there, mostly in a
destitute condition. This they attri?
bu?e chiotly to dishonest sharpers
who have come from the North, and
who systematically swindle the freed?
men with worthless money. They
mention gross extortion and mal?
treatment of the freedmen on planta?
tions managed by one Underwood, of
Boston. They found Jenkins' plan?
tation, near by, admirably managed.
Edings' plantation is tho only ou.
when- thc freedmen are prospering
without white supervision.
Tliey recommend, as the most
equitable solution of the Sea Island
question, that the lands should be sur?
rend red next January to their for?
mer owners, on condition that they
pay the freedmen for the improve?
ments which have been made by
them. Tilson and Scott concur in
this recommendation. They suggest
the issuance of the necessary orders
by the superintendent in time for
planting arrangements. They also
recommend that the serviles of citi?
zens in the Bureau, as agents, be
henceforward discontinued. They re?
port Col. Osborn's administration in
Florida as judicious and beneficial.
4 LL persons, white ur colored, aro. htrc
j\. hy warned not to pass through my
iields or trespass upon my land in any way,
on pain of suffering the heaviest penaltv
-f the law. MARTHA J. TOWNSEND,
Administratrix Estate of S. Townsend,
.lune lf> ;;
GE?l?i? IIAYWA SEG?RS WI)
SOLDIERS' COMFORTER- Killickinick.
Genuine HAVANA SEGARS and TO?
BACCO. .Inst received and for sale low uv
JAMES Gk GIBBES.
.lune 15 2
"C0NGAREE JOCKEY CLUB. '
A REGVLARtaetting of tho Columbia
l\_ Coligares Jockey Club will be held at
i the Cluh Room, at ll o'clock a. m., on th?;
I 15th inst. Members will bo punctual in
I their attendance, aa heftiness of hnpor
taneo wiii be brought heroin them.
I June 14 2 L. T. LEVIN, Sec'y
STOCK ALI ARRIVED !
?%t\ BBLS. ?nd half bbls,-LOW FOB
??\j CASH-at . . ,
Jana IS 6 CALNAN & KBEUDEB'S,
VT EGG BISCUIT.
80DA .* 1
BUTTER ?' 1
SWEET WINE BISCUIT. Jost received
by CALNAN & KRE?DER.
Jane 15 - _6
State South Carolina-Kichiand Dut.
By Jacob Bell, Ordinary of said JHetriot.
\T7HEBEA8 Marr A. Flanigan hath ap
y y plied to mc for letters of adminis?
tration on all and singular the goods and
chattels, rights and credits of Thomas
Flanigan, late of thc District aforesaid, de?
ceased: , *
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, to be and appear be?
fore me, at our next Ordinary's Court for
- the said District, to be holden at Columbia
on Friday, the twenty-ninth day of June
inst., at 10 o'clock a. m., te show cause, if
af, why the said administration should
i not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal of the Court,
this fourteenth day of June, in the j
I year of our Lord one thousand eight hun- \
i dxed and sixty-six, and in the ninetieth j
[ year of American independence. i
Jnne 15 f2 . Ordinary Richland Dist.
TO hire, a good Cook, Washer and
Ironer. Apply at this office.
SOUTH CAROLINA. RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, S. C., June ll, 18GG.
SEALED Proposals will be received at
this office, until the 27th inst, Xor tho
erection of a Freight Depot, at Columbia,
S. C. Plane and specifications can be seen
at thia office. H. T. TEAKE,
Jane 14 - Gen. Sap't. S. C. B. tt.
Notice to Shippers.
THE Charlotte and South Carolina Rail?
road are prepared to give through re
I eeipts to New York, via Portsmouth, OH
I cotton, at six dollars per bale. This rate
includes aU charges to the point of destin?
ation. JAMES ANDERSON,
Juno 14 Superintendent.
THE undereigued will bo at Nickcrson's
Hotel, Columbia, on THURSDAY and
FRIDAY, the 14th and 15th inst., for thc
purpose of reducing tho SCRIP of the Co?
lumbia and Hamburg Railroad Company.
All partieB holding certificates are request?
ed to bring them in. WM. CRAIG,
June 13 3 Treasurer C. Si A. R. R.
The Stalls in the New Market
WILL be rented at public auction, in
front of the Market, ou WEDNES?
DAY next, tho 20th inst., at 10 o'clock a. m.
TeiToaa and conditions will be made known
by the auctioneer. JOHN STORK,
Chairman Committee on Market.
Juno 13_ 6_
VIOLINi IND GUITAR STRINGS:
ANEW supplv, and of tho vorv best
quality, at * E. POLLARD'S.
June G tG*
1 Ci ?\f\?\ LIMERICK HOOKS, as
_IA/,VJUV7 sorted sizes.
SILK and GRASSLINES, assorted sizes.
Multiplying Reels, Cork Floats.
Bud's Fly Spoons, Artificial Bait.
Extension Rods, Baits, Spinners. J nat
received bv E. POLLARD.
June G +<?*
DO you appreciate a clean, smooth
shave? if so, call and get one of
those keen-edged fine INDIA STEEL RA?
ZORS, made by Joseph Rodgers .v Sons,
Wade & Butcher, George Westenholm, and
tho "Model" Razor, by John HeirTor, of the
celebrated English Aruiv Razor-maker. All
at the old prices, at "E. POLLARD'S,
; .lime G _ +('*
PATENT JIAIR CRIMPERS.
THE CRIMPERS are designed to beau?
tify and improve "woman's crowning
glory," the hair, and experience proves
that nothing will remain unappreciated
that has a tendency to make beauty more
\ beautiful-or, woman moro lovely. A few
! dozen just received hy E. POLLARD,
? .lune 10 fii* Wide Agent.
Ifrfc, STOLEN, ou the night of the 3d
*GESft instant, a light-colored iron grey
,JJ??2^horsv MULE, supposed to ho 14*
hands high, marked "U. S." and "S. A.;
; the letters show plainly. Said mule is in
thin order, has several marka of harness,
! and ia a regular pacer under the aaddh-;
? when stolen, hau on a good blind bridle,
I with a piece of red flannel attached to the
i head-stall. The mule belonged to tin
! Greenville and Columbia Railroad Compa
I ny. 1 will pay tho above reward for said
j mule, or any information so that I can get
t liiin. Address me at Fro&t's Mill, Richland
I District. W. H. WHITLOCK,
Juno 13 3* Superintendent Mills.
! Stonewall Jackson's Cam?
paigns and Life.
BY COOKE, of Stuart's Staff, with por?
trait and line maps.
PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S LIFE AND
HUGH MILLER'S ESSAYS -Literary.
Social, Biographical, Historical and Politi
L LIFE OF JAM ES L. PETIGRU. By
i AGAZZI'S SKETCHES OF THE GLA
1 CIERS, Ac.
Life and Times of James Madison. By
j Hon. W. C. Rives.
Tom Brown at Oxford University -A Se
. quel to School Days at Rugby.
: How to Get a Farm ?nd where to Enid
Ten Acres Enough to Support a Family;
an instructive and entertaining volume.
History of Henry tho Fifth. By 'lowie.
Indian Corn-Its Value, Culture and
Our Mutual Friend, liv Dick. na.
The Life of Trust. Bv Muller.
? And other NEW PUBLICATIONS. For
salo at J. J. M< CARTER'S Bookstore,
i Juno 13 3 Opposite Law Range.
HAYING opened my office
?SPZ?SSfo permanently in Columbia. 1
JTTRB 9fe. may bo found at all hours at
K*J-UJ IT" the residonce of Mr. M. H.
Berry, (opposite the Catholic Church,) on
Assembly street. D. P GREGG
Hams! Hams! Bams!
CHOICE NEW YORK CITY SUGAR
CUBED B?KS, just received and for
sale at 25 cents per pound. Call soon, be?
fore they are all solo.
June 9_ J. A T. B.-AGNEW.
Butter and Eggs.
CHOICE COUNTRY BUTTER.
Choice GOSHEN BUTTER.
And a good supply of FRESH EGGS.
Just received and for sale at oar usual
low prices. J. & T. B. AGNEW.
Choice Family Beef.
TUST received, choice FAMILY CORNED
ftj BEEF. J. & T. R. AGNEW.
<?)f\(\ BBLS. Super, Extra, Hecker*?
i?Ul/ Self-Raisin? and choice Family
FLOUR, on hand ana for salo low by
June S J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Iron! Iron! Iron!
TIRE IRON, 1? to 2 inches wido, at r,\c.
A complete assortment of Hoop, Rod,
Horse-shoe, Round and Square IRON, on
hand and for sale low by
June 3_J. & T. R. AGNEW.
np HE subscribers have just received an
J. assortment of CARRIAGE MATE
i ii A LS. consisting in part of Spokes, Fel?
loes. Shafts, Carriage Bolts, Axle Clips,
Malleable Cas.inge, Enamelled Cloth and
Leather, Dash Leather, Whip Sockets.
Knobs, Lining Nails, Point and Sand
Bands, Oil Carpet, Carriage Hinges, Coach
Body and Running Part Varnish, Japans,
Paints, Oils, Ac.
A full assortment of Tire Iron, from 1 j
to 2 inches wide, at C\ cents per pound.
Jone 2_J. A T. li. AGNEW.
BUTTER S BUTTER ! '. BUTTER ! ! !
CHOICE COUNTRY BUTTER, at 40
cents per pound.
Choice GOSHEN BUTTER, at GO cents
Just received, and for sale bv
May 29_J. & T. B! AGNEW.
? flimxw r.iimfsf
TUST received and for sale low, 500 pairs
tl Straight and Twisted Trace CHAINS]
Also, a complete assortment of Tongue
Chains, Lock Chains, Breast Chains, Stay
Chains, Filth ChaiiiH, with and without
Stretchers, Coil Chain, Halter Chains.
Jack Chains. Ac, J. i T. R. AGNEW.
Sauce Pans, Fry Pans, &c
POTS, OVENS, SPIDERS, TINNED
SAUCE PANS, Plain SAUCE PANS,
Long and Short Handled Fry Pans, Brass
and Enamelled Preserving" Kettles, Chic
Pots, Tinned Mortars, Kettles, Ac. Just
received and for sale bv
May 27 _ J. & T. R. AGNEW.
THY TUE MARYLAND HAM.
ONE HUNDRED choice SUGAR-CURED
MARYLAND HAMS just received.
There arc no better Hams, and they are
at loast as good as the best in market, For
sale LOW bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.
i Spades, Shovels, Forks, &c
i ~f\ DOZ. Long and Short Handled
! OU SHOVELS.
25 doz. SPADES,
j 15 " Long and Short Handled Manure
; Forks. Also, Garden Forks, Garden Hoes,
Garden Rakes, Garden Trowels, Grain Cra?
dles, Griffin's Scvtb.es, &c. Just received
and for sale low br J. A T. R. AGNEW.
STUART'S WHITE SYRUP.
Stuart's Sugar Loaf Syrup.
Stuart's Golden Syrup. Just received
and for sale bv J. & T. R. AGNEW.
FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF SAFES,
THF, undersigned have been appointed
agents for these superior SAFES.
These Safes are made with three flanges
all other safes have but two. Thev have
Powder Proof Locks, and thc- locks ami
i S?h.- are protected with plates of hardened
j steel, winch is the only protection against
! the burglars drill and tin-insertion of pow?
der. Also, warranted free from dampness.
! While these Sates have no superior in
i quality, they aro furnished at moderate
j prices -at least 25 to 33$ per cent, less than
I Herring's and other makers, while tho
i quality cannot be surpassed,
i A sample Safe can m> seen at our store.
; and orders will be taken at New York
price.-., with expenses of transportation
added, ami no charge for forwarding in
Charleston. J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
BBLS. Choice Irish POTATOES, Bids.
Split Peas, Beans, Pearl Barley, Heck
! er's Farina, Duryca's Maizena, Crosse A
I Blackwell's London Mustard, Quarter and
: Half Poxes Sardines, Raisins, Citron, Mac
; caroni, Vcrmicella, Choice Black and Green
. Teas, Prime Coffee, Pickles in Jars, and for
sale by the dozen or hundred, Soap, st areli,
j Fig Blue, Olive od, Canned Peaches, Toma?
toes, Pepper Sauce, Walnut and To::,ato
! Catsups, London Club Sauce, Worcester
I shire Sallee, Yeast Powders, Cooking Seda,
i Flavoring Extracts, Baker's Chocolate,
I Ginger, Pepper and Spices, English Dairy
j Cheese, Soda Biscuit, Sugar, Putter, Oys
j ter and Huston Crackers, Mackerel in
j whole, halt', quarter barrels and kits, also
I at retail. Together with numerous addi?
tions to our stock now on thc way and
I being daily received, and which will be
1 sold at moderate prices bv
i May 15 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Bolting Cloths, Scythes and Grain
JUST received a complete assortment of
Genuino Anchor Brand Bolting Cloths,
I Griffin's Grain Scythes and Superior Gram
j Cradles, which we offer at low figures.
I Mav 15 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
I - -- -
BBLS MlTSCOVADO SUGARS, s pounds
Barrels Muscovado SUGARS, 7 pounds
for $1. ? ALSO,
A complete assortment of Crushed and
Refined SUGARS For sale at low ratos bv
Mav 13 J A T. R. AGNEW '
And for Sale Cheap !
PT (\ BOXES TOBAOCO-choioc grade?.
0\J 10 P5? y -low ?L
10,000 SEGABS- genuine Bio Hondo.
6,000 " -low grados. . ,." *u
20 bales COTTON YARNS-8lo 12. . :
10 baskets Heidsiek Champagne.
50 doz. Madeira, Port, Sherry and Claret^
10 doz. Lemon Syrup.
Several cases of Oki COGNAC BRANDT.
10 bbls. Bourbon Whiskey.
20 " Corn *' '
73 bbls. Flour.
?00 bushels Corn.
50 kita. Mackerel.
50 bbls. Coffee Sugars.
25 " common Brown Sugars.
25 hags Coffee.
900 boxes Sardine?. 1?0 boxes Herrings.
JANNEY & TOLLESON.
1 pf ROLLS 5 and C quarter CANTON
J. fj MATTING-white and red clacked.
150 piece? PRINTS-cheap.
2uu * BLEACHED SHIRTINGS.
50 " Lawns and Organdies.
Ladies' Philadelphia Suppers, rf
5 bales Brown Shirtings.- For sale cheap.
Mav IC TOLLESON A JANNEY.
. GOODSI -
Wholesale & Retail.
?pr PIECES POPLINS DE PARIS.
^0 20 " FRENCH GRENADINES.
20 pieces Embroid'd and Plain Berages.
10 " French Wasambique.
30 " Borage Anglais, at 371 7d.
5f? " Cha?nes-very pretty-37x 7d.
25 " French Prints.
200 " Fancy "
200 " Lawns and Jaconets.
Just received, a fine assortment of SEA
SI E HATS, WREATHS and FEATHERS.
Bombazines, 0-4 Black DeLaine.
8-4 Black and White Borage, for shawls.
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslins.
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics.
White and Colored Brilliants.
Trail Hoop Skirts.
Embroid'd and Linen Cuffs and Collars.
Corsets, French Fans.
200 pieces Bleached Shirtings.
25 " 8-10 and ll Qr. Sheetings.
Bales 3-4, 7-? and 1-4 Shirtings.
Hosiery-all prices and qualities.
Cloths, Casaimeres, Drap d'Et?.
Linens, Nankenett, Ac, for gent's wear.
ALSO, AT WHOLESALE ONLY.
20 cases Ladies' Bootees.
lil " " Slippers.
Kl " Mon's Congress Boots.
10 " Lasting Shoe*,
lu " " and Loather Pumpa.
Alargo stock of Ladies' Hats, trimmed
Gent's Felt and Leghorn Hats.
10,000 Colored and White Envelopes.
Foolscap, Note and Letter Paper,
i Large stock of Clothing.
TOLLESON & JANNEY.
Ex. Blackberry Root and Rhubarb.
ASAFE and effectual remedy for Diar?
rhea, Dysentery, Bowel Complaint,
Cholera Morbus, Pain in the Stomach, Ac.
For salo hy FISHER & H EIN ITS H,
May 31 " Druggists.
IT^OR Diarrhaa, Dysentery, Rowel or
; Summer Complaint, Pains. Cholera,
Bloody Flux, Sick Stomach, Ac. For sale
by FISHER A HE?N1TSH, DrugRista.
FOR Bowel Complaints, Summer Com?
plaints, Weak Stomach, Ac. For sale
by FISHER ft HEIN1TSH, Druggist^.
FIVE HUNDRED gallons prime White
KEROSENE OIL, for sale by barrel or
gallon at FISHER ? HEINITSH'S,
May 31 Druggists.
QUININE! QUININE! !
TWO HUNDRED ounces SULPHATE
QUININE, for sale by
FISHER fi HELNiTSH, Druggists.
? DRUGS USD MEDICINES !
Gi UM ASSAFOTLDA.
T BLUE MASS, in pounds.
CALOMEL, DOVER'S POW LEES.
CROTON OIL. MORPHIA.
' Calabria Liquorice.
! Gum Opium, Quinine.
i Mustang Liniment.
Opodeldoc, Extract Logwood.
Syrup Squills, Borax.
' Castor Oil, quarts ami pinta.
Dead Shot Vcrmiliige.
Holloway's Worm Conflictive.
1 Winslow's Soothing Syrup.
Wright's Pills. Brandie!h's Pills,
i Ayers Pills, Harlem Oil.
j German Horse Powder.
I Barber's Horse Powder.
! Tarrant's Aperient, I arr an t's Cubebs.
j Philotokon, Batchelor's Hair Dye.
; Marchisi Catholicon, Pain Killi i.
Sandford's Liver Invigorator.
! Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I '. Sarsaparilla, Sozodout.
i McMunn's Elixir Opium.
Flour Sulphur, Roll Brimstone.
('roam Tartar, English Mustard.
Lemon Syrup, Ginger Syrup.
! Extract Lemon, Extract Yandia.
FISHER A H EINITSH, Druggists,
At tho old stand. Main street.
j The Fair Fae?rof a Beautiful Woman
Is the admiration of every one. No one
possessing this rich gift and attribute
of health and at acion would exchange it
for tho wealth of the Indies. Yet how
many stiffer their skin to become rough
: with spots and pimples, which mar the
beauty and bloom of the face. The CIR?
CASSIAN BLOOM removes all sp..ts and
blemishes, tan, freckles, pimplos, blotches,
and imparts a beautiful complexion, so
attractive in woman,
j For sale bv druggists everywhere.
FISHER A HElNTTsn, Agents.
JOHN M. MARI8 A CO., Phillid a.
ITCH! ITCH! ITCH!
Itch .Liniment ! !
TIMIE great remedy at last for thc ITCH.
i JL This LINIMENT will euro in a few ap?
plications. It is perfectly clean, and free
j from offensive and dirty grease. A very
Eleasant remedy, and a restorer of von
appy feelings. All who are annoyed wita
! this disease will usc the Liniment. Foi
*ale only at FISHER A HEINITSH'S
! April 3 Dm pr Store.
By Purbec & Waiter.
WE will soil, .it our nfcrt, TO HOlUtOW
(SMttrd^r) MOSSING, Jun? lo, ai :^
o'clock. - .
The following articles: Bedstead.-, Bu?
reaus, Washstands, Cribs, Settees, Side?
boards, Safe, Chairs, Card Tableel Tin?
Tables, Lamps, Mantel Ornaments, Clott?
ing, Fancy Articles, jr-c. Jnnc 15 2
2,300 Jiotes liai:una Sugar, <itryp of
Frenen- Bark l?Ange Git ordienn?f- frwn
Harona-By order of Captain - Con.
.stance Bijou, Master of said vessel.
- J. A. ENSLOW * tl?.
On TUESDAY, 19th June, Vffl "be told, ul
the New Custom House, corner East Ray
and Market streets, Charleston, S. C., at
ll o'clock, A. M., . ~ . *" -
The CARGO of the French hark, "?>age
GnardieDno." from Havana, comprising
2,300 BOXES HAVANA SUGAR,-good
to prime refining quality. June 12.
Saratoga or Congress Spring Water.
FRESH SUPPLY at
FISHER A HElNITSH'S,
jj June 13. Pharmaceutist r .
Arrival- of Pontoons.
ANOTHER large supply of PONTOONS;
SUGAR TLUMS, for worms. The
great medicine for worms. Over 2,800 have
been sold in less than two months, and
taillians of worms destfoved.. If your
children have worms, go to Fisher AIlein
itsh's and get a box. .
FISHER A HEINITSH.
. June 13 Pharmaceutists.
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