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NEW YORK, October G. Tiio steamer]
Starlight, from Wilmington to New York, j
which run ashore at Barngatc Islaud. has
bilge.I. The vessel will probably l>e lost.
Tho Chamber nf Commerce bas unani?
mously adopted a resolution appointing ti
committee to consider the expediency of
petitioning Congress for a total abolition
of export duty on cotton.
Thu Herald's foreign advices, per the
Persia, says the news from Candia is of
nundi moment. lu the recent engage?
ment between tho Revolutionary Chris
"Sans and Iulidels, the allied Turks and
egyptians were defeated with great loss,
having 3,000 placed hors de combat. The
Turkish Pasha in command was taken pri?
soner, and released after signing terms of
capitulation. The agitation was spread?
ing, and this, with t lie Eastern question,
commands the serious attention of the
WASH INIHHN. October G.-Attorney-Ge?
neral Stansbcrrv has given his opinion
that the sale, "by Secretary. Harlan, of
neut ral lauds belonging to Cherokee In?
dians- to the Connecticut Emigration
Company, is illegal and ought to bo ig?
nored, it was charged that liar?an was
interested ill ibo matter.
Gen. Dix has lormally accept -.1 the
Secretary Seward is improving, and will j
soon resume his official duties.
PHILADELPHIA, October (l. -Yesterday, ?
fifty new cases of ('Indera were reported.
Since the 2s:h ult., 170 eases have been re- |
ported. Ill view of the increase of the
disease, tho Select Council, yesterday, ap?
propriated -'7.ooo additional to thc board
Thc President, to-day. directed a pardon
to be issued to Edward L. Martin, of Dela?
ware, who was convicted, in April, 1864, in
tho United States District Court for the
District of Delaware, of aiding and assist?
ing thc rebellion, and sentenced to pay a
tine of il.0;)0 and cost.- ot prosecution, all
bis slaves to be liberated, and that be be
disqualified from holding any office umb r i
thc United States. Martin has paid the
tine ami costs, and his pardon is recom?
mended by many of the most prominent
citizens ol' Delaware.
Flint, who was charged with absconding
from Norfolk, in a letter from Chicago to
thu New York Herald, says he is no forge*,
and has not decamped Witn another man's
wife, or deserted his own: but thal ho made
over to bis creditors all that would bc rn-- !
eessary to pay his debts.
Mr. G. Ii. Lamar, of Savannah, Ga., is
here, nrgil g his claim to a largo lot of cot?
ton seized by the Government. Hisobjept
appears to bo to secure Executive or De?
partment action in his favor, thus keeping
it out of thc Cottrt of Claims, before which
tribunal the first step in the proceedings
Would require an oath that ho had never
participated in the late rebellion.
OTTAWA, October G.-The Government
has been inquiring into tho recent search
of tho steamer Congress, under United
States colors, by the British gun-boat Bes- j
ene. The American Government has de- ;
?minded an apology of tho British Consul j
at Buffalo, who informed the Government !
that t.: Congress was a Fenian vessel,
and bad been armed to attack thc ship?
ping of the townson Lake Erie.
FORTRESS MONROE, october G. - The brig
Eleanor, Capt. Fisher, from the West [ti?
dies, went, ashore at Old Currituck inlet,
X. C., on Wednesday morning, at I o'clock.
The vessel and cargo (guano), it is sup?
posed, will prove a total loss.
NEW YORK, October G-Noon. Cotton j
depressed; sales cannot bc made except at a j
decline of 4@5c. from the highest poiut j
on Tuesday; uplands, ;iS; Orleans, 40.
Flour heavy, at 12.10?1G.50. Pork quiet,
firstname.lastname@example.org. Gold, 40 .. Sterling quiet;
sixtv davs, 74; sight, SL
7 P. M.-Cotton dull" at. 2 cents lower,
with sales of 450 bales; middling 38?40.
Pork limier, at $33.50. Lard iirnVr, at
16?@19. Sugar firm, at 10i@113. Gold 4.SJ.
NEW Oin.KANS, October G.-Cotton de?
clined 2 cents; low middling 33@3G. (?old
46.1. Sterling 60.
LIVERPOOL, October 5.-Sales of cotton
for the week 125,000 bales; sales to-dav
8,000: middling upl-tad? !4?d. Thc mar?
ket closed dull, at a decline of IA. Con?
sols 894. Five-twenties 70.1.
PIETY OF THE KING OP PRUSSIA.-A
letter from Berlin in an English pe?
riodical strongly vouched for as to its
authenticity, mentions two incidents
illustrative of the religious senti?
ments of King William of Prussia:
For four nights before his depart?
ure to the seat of war, the King had
not been able to sleep at all, owing to
the fearful excitement in which his
mind was. Those around him
begged his Majesity the last night to
retire to his chamber and endeavor to
to sleep. The King did so; but for
half an hour the officer on guard
heard him still walking restlessly to
and fro. Tn his anxiety he went to
the door of the royal apartment, and
there saw how the King fell on his
knees and spent three-quarters of an
hour evidently in earnest prayer to
God, the King of Kings.
Such was the King before the vic?
tory. After the great battle he said
to :i company of army chaplains:
Our campaign bas been brief but
glorious-more fortunate than any of
us ever ventured to hope it would bo.
But this has not been our merit; it is
(rod's gracious help. I know prayers
have been offered on our behalf both
at home and on the field; we are now
reaping the fruit of these prayers.
We ought to thank God on our knees
for them, But lift us beware of ex?
alting ourselves; no haughtiness, but
humility, gentlemen, preach that.
Died, at Plantersville, near Georgetown
September 25, Mrs. ELIZA STARK HE?
RIOT, wife of the late Dr. Edward Thomas
Heriot, and daughter of Robert Stark,
Esq., late of Columbia.
nnwo COMPETENT HANDS for the
JL above business. None others need
apply. Mus. F. HATCH,
Oct 7 I* Main street, lear Lumber.
C1HARLOTTE ROAD past due Bonds
J and Coupons.
Atlantic, Tennessee and ohio Hoad Cou?
City of Columbia Bonds, and
Lamar Importing Company Stock.
Applv ti> EDWIN J. SCOTT.
Oct 7 nirh
The Indianapolis Herald haa the follow
1'. notice of a recent exhibition in that
lirowiilow'? troupe of negro minstrels
gave an exhibition at jMasooic Hall last
U?-v. Mr. Huuuicutt is a preacher and
editor of a nigger paper in Richmond, Va.
lie is a gaunt, grizzly specimen of con?
creto fanaticism, evidently out of place iii
tile; society of white men-even such us
those who'compose the loyal delegation of
South? ru pilgrims now on their way to cro?
codile al the tomi? of Lincoln. Hunnicutt
is au "end man" of the show, and a perfect
dov Fawkes. He is a blood and thunder
cuss, who is determined "ii tho regenera?
tion of tho South at all hazards, lu the
? outset of his speech, he narrowly avoided
the jock on which he split in thc Philadel?
phia Convent ?on personal biography-but
sheered oft" in time, ?md proceeded to draw
a graphic ami striking picture of matters
and things in Virginia. Tin? people of
that infernal commonwealth arc a thou?
sand per cent, more devilish, inhuman,
blood-thirsty, disloyal, damnable, ungodly
and hell-deserving than at any time during
the robcilion. A lo val man" cannot live
there. The foul atmosphere of treason
would choke one like lire-damp. The hell?
hounds would tear him limb from limb ou
thc faintest suspicion of lovaltv, drink his
blood ami grind his bones. -Wood cock?
tails, arterial punches and venous sanga?
ree.-, made of thc vital fluid of loyal men,
aro tlc- most fashionable, drinks at the
Richmond saloons. In the next lo oath, be
told us he published the most radical paper
in the world right in the midst of these
horrible man-eaters, said what he pleased,
did what lc- pleased, and was not mo
Mr. lluunicut laid down his programme
fer tin- regeneration of thc South, lie de?
manded of Congress an anny of bayonets,
to be quartered in Richmond until he could
revolutionize the Government, turu the
rebels out of office, and place loyal negroes
in their places. Ho proposed to raise au
army ?d' white and black loyalists, and if a
rein 1 even dared to crook his linger, he
would Uo a dead rahel. He did not pro?
pose to disfranchise rebels for five years
simplv, but foi- 15,990 years. After h? had
succeeded i? all tins,* with tho ballot and
tho bayon? f m tim hands of ti..-1 loyal ne?
groes, tho mellenium would come; anil ho
invite.1 hi; Indiana friends to com?: down
and seo him in his paradise. They had
trie l til get up a ?nob when he established
tlc- ,v, e- Cation ?it Richmond. Pollard had
published in his paper that the white men
who patronized los paper were already
0 d, and that the ucgroes who encouraged
it should be expelled from the community.
Vet be walked the streets of Richmond day
and night, and had never been "molested.
He knew tho Southern people. Give wa>
to them, and they were?lomineering,over?
bearing and murderous. But stand for
the right, and they were cowards. He
himself was a man ?d' peace. Ho didn't
want to kill anybody, nor to bo killed: but
if anybody attacked lum, by the (hui who
made him, he would slay bis antagonist
from all of which wc drew the inference
that Hunuicut is a lighting cuss. Ile said
that if ever Pollard laid the weight of his
linger upon bim. from that moment he was
a "gone;-." Another element of strength
was in thc 10,000 loyal blacks, who would
wade through blood to their arm-pits for
him. Let timm harm bim or his printing
office, and Richmond would be in asiles ?
within twenty-four hour.--.
We were not much surprised at tho crazy, j
demoniac spirit which pervaded the ha- I
rangui of tin's white lugger, but we must 1
confess that thc hearty manner in which \
it was received by the audience took ns
somewhat aback. We never saw such wild j
enthusiasm bet?re. The audience shouted
aud yelled in tho most frantically delight- I
ful manner for live or ten minutes at a ;
time, swinging their hats in tin- air. and i
1 hugging each oilier in tho frenzy of the
I moment. Thc principles of Cod and hu
? inanity have progressed moro rapidly than
j wo thought possible, and Ge?. Coburn has
made an ass of himself in trying to wiggle
I out ?if his Masonic Hali d?clar?t hm in
i favor of negro suffrage. Had ho stuck to
I that, he might now bc the most popular
1 man in thc State
COURT OF APPEALS,
COLOMBIA, October 1. IStiti.
IX pursuance nf the directions (d'the Act
of Assembly, tin- following order i.-.
j made in reference to the Quarterly Sessions
I of the District Courts through,,ut thc
' The Quarterly Sessions of the several
j District Courts, to be continued so long as
I tho despatch of business mar require,
' shall commence on the days following, to
For thc Districis^of Anderson, Edgelield,
Richland, Union and Williamsburg, on tho
: second Mondav in January, April, Julvand
For the Districts of Pickens, Barnwell,
Newberry, York and Horry, on th? third
I Mondav in Januarv, April, July and Octo?
For the Districts of Greenville, .Beaufort,
; Sumter. Lam-aster and Marlborough, on '
tin- fourth Mondav in .Tannarv, April, July
?for the Districts of Spartanburg, Colic
ton, Clarendon, Chester and Chesterfield,
on tlie first Monday after the fourth Mon?
day in January, April, July and October.
For the Districts of Laurens, Orange
! burg. Lexington, Fairfield and Darlington,
on tim second Monday after the fourth
! Mondav in Januarv, April, Jnlv and Octo
Fort?n- Districts of Abbeville, Kershaw
and Marion, on the third Monday after tho
fourth Monday in January, April, Jnlv and
For the District of Georgetown, on tho
first Monday in Januarv, April, July ami
For the District of Charleston, on the
st coud Mondav in Januarv, April, Jnlv and
j Tor the District of Berkeley, on the
: fourth Mondav in Januarv, April, Jnlv ami
The first session for Beaufort District
?shall b?- lnld ?it lin-Court House, in tho
town of Beaufort: the next at Lawtonville,
! and so un alternately, as required by law.
Fach District Judge will procure a Jury
List and .fury Box, and will bold a Special
Court for drawing of Juries as required by
law: but in each District, the first, session
for the ordinary transaction of business
will be held on the day hove appointed for
that District which follows nest nfl er tho
first dav ?d' Januarv next.
By order: ' JOHN' WATIES,
Oct ti 'J Clerk Court of Appeals.
IB?P Charleston N'?tes and Courier each
copy twice ?nd charge State.
rmi] ^EMO^ST '\
rl'sT received per Express.
(>ct 5 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO. ;
GOLDEN SlifiAR-lIOIjSE_S?RliP !|
STEAM REFINED SUGAR* LOAF SY?
RUP . au extra arl ide.
Oct 5 JOHN C. S KFOR RS A CO.
Old Newspapers for Sale,
BY tho hundred or thousand, at
March 2 PHON1X OFFICE.
THE undersigned now announce to their
former patrons, and the public in gene?
ral, that they have'resumed their old busi?
ngs of DRESS-MAKING. Thankful for
past favors, hey hope by strict attention
to receive the patronage of tho former and
the public. They will bo found at tho old
stand, Marion street, between Plain and
Camden streets. C. MAY,
. Oct 7 C.* PATS EY MOTT.
WANTED TO RENT,
ACOTTAGE with four or more rooms,
or three or four ROOMS iu a respect?
able family, within live minutes' walk of
Shiver & Beckham's Dry Goods House.
Oct r> 2 J AME'S H. BALDWIN.
A FRESH LOT
OF tho much inquired for BREAKFAST
And Sugar-cured SHOULDERS.
Oct ."? JOHN C. SEEGERS & CO.
COLUMBIA, October 3, 18C<i.
A LL REAL ESTATE OWNERS within
X?L the corporation having open wells on
their prom ses are hereby required to have
the sane properly covered or enclosed im?
mediately, or it will be done by tho city
authorities, at the expense of the said
owners. THEO. STARK, Mayor.
?/^lC^L THE UNDERSIGNED
ijjyV'^ikr ? S having leased the above
M*l'4?^3L,'al'u''i l>opULAIJ HOTEL,
Sn ' i trna?aP-i_bctrs leave to inform ber
former patrons and the traveling public
gi nerallv that she will be prepared for the
RECEPTION OF VISITORS on ami after
September 3, 18G6.
The table will be supplied with thc best
the markets afford, and no effort spared
tomakeit A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE.
MKS. D. C. SPECK,
Columbia, s. c., September 1, 186C.
Oct 1 3mo
(GENUINE SWEDES and ENGLISH I
IRON- all size-. ?j
AXES, &C-, in full supply.
Rodgers", Wostenholm's and Alexander's ?
SCISSORS, SHEARs. !
PLATED SPOONS FORKS.
Ivory-handle TAREE KNIVES.
CARVERS and FORKS, Ac.
TANNERS' T< K>LS,
m CIL, Ac, Ac. j
Bolting Cloths ami Belting.
Sifters, by tho dozen or at retail.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
RYE! RYE! ! RYE! ! !
150 bushels SE?D RYE.
100 sacks SALT.
400 bushels OATS.
In store and for sale by
FISHER A: LOWRANOiL
SALEM ""iE AW S ?
AT retail or by the piece, by the agents',
FISHER A LOWRANCE.
100 libs. Butter,
IT^ROM tho farm nf Stephen Gibson. For
? s*ale by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
McLean's Strengtb'g Cordial.
Panknin's Hepatic Bitters.
Perry Davis' Pain Killer.
Hootland's German Bitters.
Sandford's Liver Invigorator.
White Castile Soap.
Cod Liver Oil.
< >pinm, Blue Mass.
Sulphur, Cream of Tartar.
Epsom Salts, Magnesia.
White Mustard Seed.
'Turmeric, Prepared Chalk.
Hops, Dover's Powder.
Together with a largo assor tment of
such articles as aro generally ke pt in tirst
class drugstores. DR. CV H. MIOT,
Sept 1_Druggist and Chemist.
^?NE case TRIPLE SUPER /OR FRENCH
V./ ROSE WATER, receive cl and for sale
?K _MlQT\SJHtUG STORK.
FRESH CITRATE MAGNESIA.
ONE case CITRATE MAGNESIA, re?
ceived at MIOT'S DRUG STORE
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER."
<JU3T KZCEfVE? !
.^i^A BUSHELS WHITE ami YELLOW CORN.
?UU 4,000 lbs. Baltimore HIDES and SHOULDERS.
Extra lino Sugar-cured HAMS. 50 sacks SALT. '>r> boxes CANDLES.
.25 bbls Super. FLOUR. 5bbls. SELF-RAISING FLOUR.
6 kegs GOSHEN BUTTER. 10 bbls. SUGAR. An assortment of line CRACKEI
Together wilh a fine assortment of WINES ami LIQUORS, and a varied >toc
HOUSE-KEEPING ARTICLES-all of which will be sold at the LOWEST MAR
PRICES FOR CASH. Call ami examino for vourselvi s, at
8. S H JJ RID A X S C 0.' s.
Corner of Gervais and Assembly street t,
Oct53mo Next to the Washington House
C. F, JACKSON
MAIN ST., NEXT TO J. AT. H. AGNEW'S GROCERY STORE
SPLENDID STOCK, JUST FROM NEW YORt.
CHEAP GOODS.-BEAD THE LIST.
FRENCH MERINO, ! INFANTS' WAISTS,
AMERICAN MERINO, | RIBBON'S,
PLAIN' POPLINS, F RENOU FLOWERS.
PLAIN ALPACAS, BROADCLOTHS,
PLAID and BLACK ALPACAS, ! OASSIMERES, SATINETS,
BLACK BOMBAZINE, Shirts, Ties and Collars,
PLAIN DELAINES. i Gloves, Hosiery,
FIGURED DELAINES, ? Handkerchiefs, Zephvr Hoods
OPERA FLANNELS, Hoop Skirts, Longcloth
BL ACE SILK, I Balmorals, Shawls, Cloaks.
COLORED SILK. ' Irish Litten, Table Damask,
EMBROIDERIES, Dovlies, Napkins,
JACONET CAMBRIC, ! Towels, Dimity,
SWISS MUSLIN, j Bird-Eye Diaper,
NAINSOOK, Cotton Diaper,
MULL MUSLIN, I Canton Flannel,Wc.
Our stock of Ready-made CLOTHING
COST, to rinse that department.
C. F. JACKSON,
FORMERLY PLAIN STREET.
S. H. MYERS & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO ABELES, MYERS & CO.,
OPPOSITE OTA) CITY HOTEL, COLUMBIA, S. C.
ARE NOW READY TO EXHIBIT THEIR FALL STYLES ( >F
L A D ? 1 S ' DRESS GOODS f
* As being the must desirable in style and price in this city.
S. H. MYERS & CO.,
i SUCCESSORS TO ABELES, MYERS d' (JO.,)
IMPORTERS OF RIBBONS AND FRENCH FLOWERS 1
HAYE just opened tho LARGEST and FINEST ASSORTMENT, unsurpassed hr
this citv, viz:
RIBBONS, of all shades and widths.
VELVET RIBBONS, all shades and widths.
OSTRICH FEATHERS, all colors.
White and Black LACES, all widths.
" " BONNET CRAPE.
LADIES' HATS, trimmed and untrimmed.
Special attention is paid to orders from Country Merchant, and Mininera.
1.000 pairs WOMEN'S SHOES, from $1.25 up.
500 " MEN'S BROGANS, from $1.50 up.
200 '. .. BALMORALS, from $2 up.
.250 CHILDREN'S SHOES, fiom ?1 up.
20 cases BOOTS, from ?3 np.
7") doz. Men's and Boys' HATS, from fl up.
Successors t.O Abeles, Myers & Co.
Shiver & Beckham's
500 pie.oes PRINTS, 12 1-2 to 75c.
500 pieces L0NGCI0THS, 12 1-2 to 75c.
500 pairs BED BLANKETS, $4.50 to $12.
100 pieces DeLAINES, 25 to 75c.
BEAUTIFUL Repp, Glace, Moire, Brocade and Gro du Rhamo SILK.
Single, double and triple cora and fold POPLINS.
Epery shade and quality French MERINO and DKLAINE.
CASSIMERES, FLANNELS, SHAWLS, HOODS, NUBIAS, CLOAKS. .
CLOTHS, VELVETS, VELVET RIBBONS
Family Colognes, Toilet and Handkerchief Extracts.
Toilet."Powder and Toilet Articles generally.
Ribbons, Gloves, Ladies' and Children's Stockings, Needles and Pins.
Most approved makes Satchels and Portmonaies.
And a beautiful collection of other goods, to which wo invite the pub'jc attention.
SHIVER & BECKHAM.
ik Pleasant Tonic.
Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir of Cali?
fTlIIE bitterness of the Calisaya arv! thc
1 nauseous inkiness of +he iron, which
have so often rendered these estimable
tonics repulsive to delicate stomachs, aro
entirely overcome by being skillfully blcnd
e <l into a delightful cordial, pleasant to tho
tt(.ste, acceptable to tho stomach and invi
gi ?rating to tho svstcm. For Halo at
July ti DR. C. H. MIOT'S Drug ?torc.
AVER'S SARSAPARILLA. .
. Fpping's Sarsaparilla and Queen's Do- j
light. For sale at
July 17 DR. C. H. MIOT'S Drug Store. I
l?Vk oz- QUININE, received THIS i
J.V/V/ DAY bv National Express at
_June29_ MIOTS DRUG STORK. j
SOLUBLE GUM DROPS.
A SUPPLY just received by express, at j
J\_ DB. C. H. MIOT'S
July 6 Drug Store. j
Worm Confection. ?
AFRESH SUPPLY of the above at
Juno 29 MIOT'S DRUG STORE. |
FOR cementing Glass, China, ?fcc. For.
sale at DR. C. H. MIOT'S
Jnly G Drn?r Store
W. T. WALTER
'ill Bell, un TUESDAY, '.ttl! mal ii lu
Chairs, Burean, Bedstead, Mattresses
Wash-stand and Basin booking-Glass
Kettles, Buckets, Book-ca<*e Tables
Quilts, <:<?:,.forts. Blankets, Crockerv.
clock, Cooking Utensils,
barge Family Bible, books, ,\,-..
A r.si ?.
<; boxes Tallow < ?andles.
Cargo Sale of English island Sugars.
By RISLEY & CREIGHTON.
N MONDAY, October 8, at ll o'clock a.
m., wo will offer bv auction, at Kerr'?
The CARGO of .-ehr. '-Mary E. Banks,"
?om Barbados, W. I., consisting of:
13 hhds. verv choice ' iroeerv Sugars.
2S " " " " '
This lot of Euglisli Island Sugars is
tvperior to any imported into this market
>r some years past, and are well worth the
ttention of purchasers.
fl*- Terms at sale.
Charleston, s. C . October* 18G6.
Oct I 4
[TNIVERSIT? AND COLLEGE TEXT
A general assortment of STATIONERY',
inch as Slates, Gold and Steel l'eus, Copv
3ooks, Draw ing Paper, ' ray HIS. Letter,
tfotc and Cap Papers, Envelopes, of all
lizes, Drawing Pencils.
BLANK ROOKS, of all sizes,
JUVENILE BOOKS a new varietv
MEDICAL and LAW BOOKS. For sale at
J. J.^McCARTEBS bookstore.
0pp*6sito Columbia Law Range.
Oct 3 R. L. BRYAN.
C1HR0NICLES OF THE SCHONBERG
j COTTA FAMILY, and th.- following, ali
by the (same author:
"Diary of Kitty Trcoylyan.
Winifred Bert ram.
Tho Early Dawn.
Martyrs nf Spain.
Wanderings over Bible Lauds.,
('ripple of Antioch.
Tales and Sketches.
And a large variety of new and popular
hooks on hand, esr Orders from the coun?
ts will receive prompt attention. Address
Oct :5 TOWNSEND A NORTH.
THE attention of the ladies of Columbia
is respectfully solicited to a very band
Home and choice selection of KMBROIDE
RY and BRAIDING PATTERNS, which
eau at very short notice be transferred lo
flannels, linens and all other material, in a
no.ai .aiul pretty manner and at very rea?
sonable rates. Apple at the Auction Room
of Messrs. LEVIN & PEIXOTTO, corner of
Plain uni Assemblv streets. Columbia, S.
C._ ( >ct 2
Drugs & Medicines.
ONE THOUSAND* lbs. ENGLISH BLUE
500 lbs. WASHING SODA.
150 " Gum-Camphor.
lui? '? English Calomei.
100 " Indigo.
50 " fresh Hops.
h doz. cases Wine Bitters ?1 per buttle.
50 " Gum Opium, lor sale bv
FISHJSR .V HEINITSH, Druggists.
Hear the Voice of thc People!
IHAYE tried your GERMAN HORSE
POWDERS, and am well pleased with
tho r-o."."'.' Send mo $5 worth by express,
and oblige P. J. C.
Good ?or ail diseases to winch horse is
Bubject. A valuable medicine. No one
should be without it. For salo bv
FISHER d- HEINITSH, Druggists.
Bed Bugs, Bed Bugs.
TC* insure thc comfort of "nature's sweet
.restorer," get a bottle of the "BED
BUG ?DESTROYER." It destrevs thom in?
stantly. At FISHER & HEINITSH'S,
July " Druggists.
Elegant Toilet Extracts for
I- OW!S GENUINE WINDSOR SOAP.
J Lubin's Genuine Extracts.
German Cologne Water.
Elegant French Soaps.
Powder, ui?s and Bi.xes.
Rose Toilet Powder.
Lily White and Tablets.
English Bair Brushes. At
FISHER & HEINITSH'S,
A'ig lit Pharmacists.
Wonderful Parlor Amusement '.
PHOTOGRAPHS BY MAGIC ! !
ANY one may make a beautiful picture
with only ?i tow drops of water, and
make your own albums of pretty pictures
at little cos:. For salo by
FISHER A HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
FOR BED BUGS.
For RATS and MICE.
FiMT.ITCH and HUMORS.
Foe TOOTHACHE. At
P?SHER& HEINITSH'S. Druggists.
FOR marking linen. At
FISHER .t HEINITSH'S.
?July 7 Druggists.
"1TTONDEEFUL EFFECT of only ono
W bottle. Copy of a letter: "I have
?bsed only half a bottle of Queen's Delight
3,ad Sarsaparilla for boils and eruptions ol
tito skin and itching humor ot tho blood,
wbV'h annoyed mc very much. 1 am en
tirot' cured. I think your medicine a valu?
able ene. F. W. C."
For ?ale by FISHER ,V HEINITSH.
.Lemon Acid or Lemonade!
IJIOR making LEMONADE. Put in bot
' ties: 25 cents each. At
FISHER .V HEINITSH'S, Druggists.
Die Pair Face of a Beautiful Woman
IS the admiration of every one. No ono
possessing this rich gift and attribute
of health and attraction would exchange it
for the wealth of tho Indies. Yet how
many suffer tln ir skin to become rough
with spots and pimples, which mar tho
beauty and bloom of the face. Tho CIR?
CASSIAN BLOOM removes all spots and
blemishes, tan, freckles, pimples, blotches,
arid imparts a beautiful complexion, so
attractive in woman.
For sale bv druggists everywhere.
FISHER & HEINITSH, Agents.
JOHN M. MARIS A CO., Philad'a.