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hato been re-opened to trafno. Th? ban-?
ficadeB havo ad disappeared, and the
j^vements'h'ay?/beeji repaired. Perf eat
l( ojrdei reigns ftVeiywhere, ./T^e.palice are
' etill arrestmg suspected'pomms. .Ten
' coarta martiafhrtve been- established at
Cherbourg Xor 'tho trial of all prisoners
^'tentih?rebythe^ovost Marshal, The
i ' 'latter service ?B carried on at tho Theatre
lt Chatelet, in th ie city, whoroa Buminary
investigation is < held'.prior; tb'trial by
VEuaAintiEij, Juno 4.-The probable
result of the sitting of the National ?e
"?ombly to-morrow ?B causing great ex
, citaient. It, is believed tko deerco of
j?xtlo of tho Bourbon princes, will bo ab?
rogated. Tho newspapers generally duv
%appirpve of pooh tv cpnrse, which, they
t'a?ftb?Wl De a'at'?p towards their rcsto'ra
.:- ?ion.'-' " . . A! 2
".PABTS^Jnue ^-f-T3gr?s.8 is forbidden
'after Tl;dV^?^.u*^'o)arWval 'Bf foreigners
*4.jh^r?a&% /uaily, 50,000' who bore
j police ar? ?n ^p?tau^danger. ' Qronsset
.. ,.h'sS': ibeep ' ari?3;tod.' ., Active search ; ip
being mudo for Pyntt. A-motion $3
:- ponding to prolong Thiers' powers for
two years. The puke D'AuO?ale" is at
St ,. Germaine.: Archbishop ' ,'D?rbois.
funeral oocurs on the 7 th, from'.Notre
.Dame.' ' ? ??->?." . i
j } LpNpoN, june ?z-^-Earl De Grey baa
". resumed his'seal iu tho Ho o .?e of Lords,
fie was warmly coogratuluted on the
OcnohiBion of tim treaty. IU the'Com?
mons* GlauVjtooa belated; existing laws
.-.ample to enabfo, Uie "Government to ful
' rill the conditions of the treaty.
POUT A?-PmNOE, May'23.-The jour
2 nails. publish - protests' of the people
Against annexation*. \\1 '"r:".
BOSTON, Juno b*.-?ntho United States
-, Ciroui,t Court to-duy the jury returned e
.'. Verdict in favo? of Elwell F. Hayes iv?,
the Phonli Life Insurant Company,
:. whu?h had'resisted payment o'f fcol?cy ol
?.10,000 to tho mother of John O. Hayes,
fedltor of the Savannah Republican, whe
' .WB^V^^uIt?d/and'imprisoned' in thai
; city i? 18G9, anu,diod,of injuries received.
Tho amount included ia the verdial
. NKWYOB?,' Jane 3,-^-Foster, the .don.
do.mned murderer of. Pu tnarn, baa issnec
on appeal to tho publia, in which h<
says: ? "I waa. .tried - Out. of i my* turn
?j ^here were others iodidted for 'inurdei
montra before 'piny whnr' have not hoei
. ? tried y ot, beo?u?o there-waa no hub' anc
Cry after them, whileithe public was re
'.lji^fid\to;hAy? m j blpQd.as soon os possi
;ble. Ouf of hil these ? lim' alone selecie?
'.' to undergo capital punishment, .becaus
.. mino was a a on aa ti on af ca BO." Njn.pno cat
-. doubt the truth.o? this* .hud it w ?becaus
* this le'the troth known to God am
- 8worn to hymn in tho shadow of death
'that I make my appoal to the publie,
am doomed to? die because a wicked
drunkon freak resulted in tho doa*b of
? than whom I no more intended to hare
.seriously than I would, my own child
' Tho public, because it forgets, me in th
horror of my cell, convicted of au in tee
lion which I never had, as my Crea'toi
"into whose presence I'am abortiv to b
hurled, knows better even than I do, ic
. aifits on.my execution." ;
. SAN FRANCISCO, June 8.- Tho defenc
in Mrs, Fair'? caso hus inlrodueted nfl
davita to impeach another of the juron
named Little?eld. j Judge DwinoBll sai
ho would bear; these affidavits, hut tin
affidavits in tlie matter .must then sto]
It was evident perjury was being cori
A magnificent palace car, made wholl
of .California and Mexican ornament
wood, left for the East via Omaha nv
Chicago yesterday., "lt will probably t
taken to Washington and presented t
tho President. ?' "
' Nnw GULEANA, .Tuned.-That portie
S of. tho oityrWost. of Golvez, street ac
between tim old aud: now Canal street
<pftrtly -flooded,,?fcused. hy heavy. : rafi
...^-and oroVavscs; in the eau ul vie vous '. Tl
^Bo?%et> Ga'f'ro-; crevass?, and E?j?t ai
f?''^qtVeast'iau?s'fof thai p "Lat twpf day
3 driving i ? a h aa vy e t r ea ns f to hf ? t ii o G u 1
causea an^irnmeuso . ril? iu' Lake. Po
char train. Ruin and un favor abie wini
continue, causing apprehension that tl
Oily Went of Claiborn street will 1
flooded. ' The Milneburg and lake et
of the Ponchartrain Railroad ?B BCVei
inches under water' Tho Now Orient
Mobile and Texas, Bailroadi from FL
MoOomb to tho Bigoletts, about twcl
milos, is partially flooded.
. > LATEit.^-The.crevasse in tho new car
levee, at thc foot of Hagau Avenue
1-25 feot wide and, four feet doep. Wai
is pouring in to 'tho city. Ano ther bre
1 is reported ou the inner levee of the c
canal to-nighc. All that portion of t
city between the two canals and Wost
Claiborn street will doubtless bo flood
WASHINGTON, Jane 4.-Bowen . 1
been released on bail under a motion 1
a new trial.
The United States and Spanish Joi
Commission meets this week. All elsi
of alleged. American oitizens, growi
out of confiscation and'im prison nu
during the insurrection in Guba will
adjusted. - Consideration also extends
the heirs of those who suffered. T
commission consists of Judge Otto
the United States, and Senor PoBtesi
for Spaiu, and Baron Loderer, Auatr
Minister. nV umpire. Caleb Cushiug
o ou neel for tho Uni tod States; James
Carlisle for Spaiu.
Probabilities-It is probable that'
Texas etorm will pass North-west wa
A severe storm is threatening North
' Illinois.' Local thunder storms will r.
baldy continuo from Kentucky to f>
York, and be experienced in the East
States. Light winds are probable
general for the lakes on Monday.
SAN DOMINGO, May 30."- Baez is rn
ing oxtonsive preparations, having
coi ved army stores from New York. 1
revolutionists aro also prepariug fi
^43*N^*?piBCO,?Jq n* -i.-^ Judge
?nelK overruled tho ?ouptioi"mull HGD
tenced. Mr&Fafr to, be hanged on the
pending changes in depart mont ancldis,
triot commandera, with''a'view to.the
stringent enforcement of the Ku Klus
I billi are unfounded;; neither has tho-War
j Department any advices confirmatory otj
t roper? i?d??^tiiig a general Indian war;.
^ ;'Ii?n?bn7? now lu .? .direct telegraph:
communication,with "Ch tua- . The oaljla
between Singapore an? Hong kong waa
su coitally. laid, jj . -\- j ' '. >"*
ProuabiHtioc^Local Btormi are proba
bio for to-flight- ou tho coast of North;
Carolina and. Wept of Ohio. Partially
cloudy. Bjld. clca?r-Avoatl^or. without" im*
portant chango ih tjenrpbratnre. pre pro?
bable for Tuesday" from1 the Mississippi
ta the Atlantic; ^'.r'. :' ?
Tho late^ti b^oia'i adviges report th?
namh?r of1 Indians massacred nt Port
Gratf^fe [Bp T.. il '
.H?V?NAI 0 une ?.?-'Th? im poa ton im?
ported cattle haa.bqen reducodto 82. o?
Span Sah ? and 8 if o'n ; foreign bottoms;
% ^S^-FniNiajBCO, June 5?-Mrs: "Fair'i
iVpiH^aOd^h?alth are UnebntfgedHl?ce hei
.:i?ire^^?"?^'-''r^0?d?onstrationH of sympathy
from Btrbngrminded women continue,
The murderer t bi Miss McDaniel, ai
Cherokee pFlut, waa-\surrounded bj
citizens, who .determined to hunt hin
down. $5,000. reward has been offeree
for the murdororj He had a Henry rifli
and two revolver?.
NEW YOKE" Juno 5.-5,000 invitation
have been extended to telegraphers b;
Tillotson & Co., fur the. complimentary
: excursion upon the inauguration of th'
Morse statue, on Saturday next.
?, Count Gasperiu died receutly, a
. I 'LoriisyrxiLE, Juno 5.-Greeley passe*
here, going .North. He gives gio win
accounts of ; Texan,' but ?is nnfnvorabl
j impressed wi)h Mississippi, where, h
says, there ia moro waste land und ol
Southern spirit than'any Southern Stat
; he had passed through.
CHICAGO, Juno ?.rt-Tbo wheat harves
bas begun'?D, Southern Illinois carlie
than ever known. . The yield is abm
dunt. . ? J .' . :
Legal proceedings compelled Chene
to leoyo the pulpit while about being ii
au gu rated.
?i FALL KrvEB, June 5.- Lightning fire
the city, ball,-?pd killed a man in tl:
vicinity,: who refuged auder a trop.
BAI?TIMOUB, June 5.-The eighteen"
annual session; of i the International T;
pographical Union convened to-day, V
J. Hammond, of New Orleans, presidio;
Sixty-four Unions ara represented L
seventy-eight, delegates, including Mi
Mary Moore, ff om Woman's Union, N
1, of New (York city. Mr. Hammot
was re elootod President by acclumatio:
John Colton-,, of Cincinnati, was jr
elected Secretary and Treasurer.
Feston & Somibought from the - 8ta
over 5,000 shares .common stobfeof tl
Baltimore apd^Ohio Railroad, at Si?
per share. The sale was ordorcd by tl
State, to pay State'bonds, which ta
lured'January last..' By this sale, t
State loses two directors iu the coi
' pany. The amount realized is inst
licieut to pay the bonds. A further si
of pref erred / stock will probably
necessary", when tho State will lose mc
NEW. YOUK", Jnne 5.-The City
BruHsols* time to Queenstown, was eig
days,'fourteen hours and thirty miuut
An immens.? pilo of bricks on Chur
street fell to day, burying several cl
dren. One was rescued with ".its lice
broken; It' is. feared .the others i
LATER.:-Another ohild has been r
cued, badly hurt. One mau is still i
der tho bricks.
John Arno, a Chinaman, is held
default of $5,000 bail, charged with
? attempt to kill an officer of the Amern
brig Thomas, which arrived hist nigh
A large business portion qf tho villi
I of Waverly was destroyed by fire to-d
I Loss 875,000. .
It is rumored that tho Agricultu
Bureau reports the growing cotton c:
-J,2?0j000'balea less than lant year.
V^?hQ.'qaae of tho prize fightors, ]
.?Lardsand Collins, will bo argued bef
tho general term on tho jurisdictioi
NEW OJUJBANS, :Juno 5.-The bod}
Geo. A. Freeret, vice-President of
Uuion Bank, wo? found in thu caual I
morning, opposite H?gase avenue,
was last seen at tho Half-way House 3
day evening. .
Joseph Fernand was drowned in Ct
street canal yesterday.
Back of Clairborne street, on Ca
thero is an average depth of two fee
water. Tho flood is increasing. Wi
is as near up Canal street as Bani]
street, with' the exception of the neu
ground on Canal street, which is not
tirely oovered. East of Clairbc
street, there* is an unbroken sheel
water from Vi fiery street to tho Met?
Bridge, and from the new to the
basin-an area of five or six sqi
miles-inoluding about SOO thickly ii
bited squares. The sufferings of tin
habitants of this quarter, espec
among tho poorer classes, is very gi
Thousands liviug in single story ho
have moved ont, while most of t
living in two story houses have 1
compelled to move into the se?
storios. Back of Clairborne street
Canal, there is an avorago depth of
feet of water. The city authorities i
to bo doing all they can to nlleviab
sufferings of the people. Every n
able boat and skiff hos been brought
uso. Policemen may be seen movii
almost every-direotion, rendering
j assistance ns they can, moving those
are in danger, und distributing p
sions to Ibo ueody. The damage bj
overflow cannot be estimated will
degree bf certainty. Thoshrubbcr;
gardens huve al) been, ruiued, hi
damaged and property depreciated,
overflow directly 'from the lako an
Geutilly Bo*** quarter bas caused 1
cha'rtr??n Railroad from "Gen lilly Station
arcr Ititi' r^verflowedi /Tho .,water in the
Inkers receding slowly.4 : - ? :
^" A? train a?m? ^through from Mobile
-yesterday, on the-Chattanooga .Railroad.
A. psssepg?r ^epofts'.jibqut. ( forty-five
.mi???'of 'the roa&rindoir.watof; ^A Jack
BOu Railroad passenger, who oame in
-this morning, reports'that road under
'water .for seven miles North of Puss
.Manobaie. ^vT ''V-.#>'
.? HOTEL ' ??ini v A L s, June 5.*-A'iuArerson
Bouse-AivGayer,. Jackson vii le; J. H.
Averill, Qh'Brlestoti;dEl.'J. BoOn'o, Texas;
J: Prim,:J, W. Miller, Charlotte; R. S.
Hughes, l*.;**: 'Hughes, N.J.; Dr. W.
O. Taylor, Eleut. McIntosh abd wifo, T.
W.-Oarter; H/J? Nowlno. T. AV. French,
O. Bntd??,^ S,rA^; J.D. Hali, N. O.;
D. Johnson,'\Jx, TJ??o?; ?. Anderson,
N. B.( G.Ta#Or, N?work; W.'H, Tres
oott, S. B, .Trescof\t, Pendleton;
Columbia t??/sf^P.'B. Tompkios, Lan?
caster; J. KershaV, W; E. Kvans, Cam?
den;. Miss A. Calhonu, Abbeville; J. S.
Browning,-'Cuarleiiton; ;B: S. Huches,
B. G. Hughes, K. J. ; H. M. Drano, N.
C. ; H. Edmunds, Ridgeway; F. Gnrd
ner. Fla. _
FINANCIA 1. AiV>? ?JOnilUfKHClAl..
NEW YORK, June 4.-The cottou move
monta show n further fulling oil iu both
receipts and exports-tho uinallest, in
tho aggregate, for any previous week for
a long time past. Receipts at all ports
30,402 bales, agaiust fd,ITS last week;
45,007 previous week; -10,840 three weeks
since. Total receipts since ?Sept mn ber
5,792,20.) balea, against 2,772,432 for the
corresponding, period of. the previous
year. Exports from all ports 47,802
bales, agaiust 30.100 last year. Total
exports for expired portiou of tho cotton
year 2,944.177 bulen, against 1,950.593
for tho same time last year. Stock ut all
ports 207,139 bales, against 270,080 for
the samo timo last year. Stock, at inte?
rior toWus 24,089 bales, against 50,400
last year. Stock in Liverpool 907,000
bales, against 009,000 last year. Ameri?
can.cotton afloat for Great Britain 188,
000 bales, against 130,000 last year. Iu
diau afloat for Europe 3C5.093 bales,
agaiust 249,559 lust year. Weather has
been raining again, and further damage
hus been doue to the growing crop.
FRANKFORT, Juue 5.-Bonds 9G7B'.
LONDON, June 5-Noon.-Consols
91&. Bouds 90;^'.
LIVERPOOL, Juno 5-Noou.-Cottou
activer nnd firmer-uplands SfV?.S*^; Or?
leans 8,'U@8J4'; sales 20,000 bales; ex?
port aud speculation 0,000; sales ou
uamed ship from Charleston or Savan?
nah, not below good ordinary, 8 3-10.
LONDON, June 5-Kv md ny.-Consols
91|X- Bonds 90,'?.
LIVERPOOL, June 5-Evening.-Cot?
ton firm-uplands 8f3,SJ?; Orleans 8^';
sales 20,000 bales; speculation and ex?
NEW . YORK, Juno 5.-Noon-Flour
quiet and steady. Wheat a shade firmer.
Corn quiet aud firm. Pork quiet, at
15.25? 15.50. Lard steady. Cotton
higher-uplands 18;5?; OrleauB 19; sales
3,000 bales. Freights steady. Stocks
steady and firm. Governments duli aud
steady. Gold dull, at 12.'(J. Money
easy, at 3. States dull and heavy. Ster?
ling- long 10,??; short 10Ja'.
7 P. M.-Cotton activo aud excited;
sales G.841 bales-uplauds 19}?. Flour
-Southern common to good extra 0.75
@7.25;good to ckoico7.30?9.00. Whis?
key firmer, at 93. Wheat lc. better on ;
spring-winter red and nailer Western
1.02?1.64, Com closed dull, ut 70?72.
Pork heavy aud low, at 15.000?, 15.25.
Beef quiet. Lard steady-kettle 10 a?.
Freights firm. Money easy, at 2?4.
Storliug 10K@10??. Gold 12. Go?
vernments J ?c. better for January and
July issue; others steady, Tenneesees
71; new 71. Virginias 05>J; new 72.
Louisianas 09; new G3; levees 70; Ss S5.
Alabamas 103; 5s 73. Georgias 89; 7s
92J.<. N?rth Carolinas 47; new 2(JJ?.
South Cavoliuas 72; new 03. .
' BALTIMORE, Juno 5.-Whoat dull and
lower-choice white l.S0@1.90; fair lo
primo,,l,45@VG5; prime,to choice red
L?0(gl.65. ; Flo?r jl?lk. Corn dull
white 78@80; yellow 73. Pork 18.00.
Bacon steady-shoulders ly,. Cotton
1 firmer-middling 18>? ? 18%;' receipts
225 bales; sah** 57D; etaok 13,052.
CINCINNATI", JuH? 5.-Flour in fair
I demand und firm, Corn demands full
price?. Pork in light demand and
holders firm-15.25 .asked; 15 offered.
Lard 9%@9%. Baoon in limited jobbing
demand-shoulders G)>?; clear sides 8>?;
sparingly offered. Whiskey dull, nt |
LOUISVILLE,.: Juno 5.-Flour active
and firm. Coru in fair demand, at 08.
Provisions dull und uuchauged. Mesa
pork 11.50. Shoulders Q}?', clear sides
By. Whiskey 90. , s
MODILEV June 5.-CoUou buoyant
middling 171^; receipts 427 bales; enies
500; stock 20,405.
GALVESTON, June 5.-Cotton .firm
good ordinary 14J-?; receipts 880 bales;
sales 200; stock 50,130.
NEW OKLEANS, Juno 5.-Flour, dull
and depressed-superfino 0.00; double
0.50; treble email@example.com. Com iu good
supply and demand-mixed 75; white
77@73. Pork dull-mess 16.25 asked.
Bacon dull, at 7JB@9J!?; sugar-cured
hams 13@14. Lard dull-tierce 12@
12%;. keg i2@12tf. Sugar firm-good
fair ?OJ'?. Molasses firm-fermenting
35@40; plantation reboiled 40@53.
Whiskey dull, at 92.t?. Coffee duli, at
13% @ 15)?i. Cottou firm-middling
17;.;; receipts 3,035 bales; enies 3,400;
BOSTON, June 5.-Cottou active-mid
diing 18%; receipts 1,137 bales; sales
050; stock 0,500.
CHARLESTON, June 5.-Cotton strong
middling 17>4(ii)17>.j ; receipts 590 bales
sales 201; stock 7,950.
SAVANNAH, June 5.-Cotton quiet
middling 17j?'@17%; receipts l,52i
bales; sales 100; stock 15,324.
NORFOLK, June 5.-Cotton firm-lo\
middling 10>.i; receipts 97 bales; sale
25; stock 2,737.
'AUGUSTA, Juno 5.-Cottou marke
active and excited, with light offering.1
sales 575 bales; receipts 153-Liverpoc
middling 18; New York middling 18>?.
WILMINGTON, June 5.-Cotton firm
middling 16%; receipts 100 bales; stoc
WE offer th?i following desirable uri
?SM Pi-'rtj tor rout;
itilii. THAT eplendid family BEBXOBNCl
with forty-two acres uf Und attached, know
as thc "Walker Place." Several hutmri
fruit trees of tho choicest selection no
ia full bearing. Tho landa arc compriet
of highlanda anil meadow, with a hold fri
spring not distant fruin tho house. Tho fron
near four acres in extent, faces on Uppi
Dd?udarr, ono of our moot public street
lt. O'NEALE A HON.
June 3 Cotton Towu.
Boots and Shoes.
WE are now prepared to show an enti
uew and fresh h tock of tho above good
bought direct from first hands. Wo shall e
deavor to givo satisfaction to all who de
with us in thoso goods, and at all limes gun
I auteo our price?. lt. C. SHIVER & CO.
The Wheeler & Wilson Improved Sile:
Feed Sewing Machine.
EVERY faruily shonld have ono. Call ai
examine these beautiful, noiseless ni
chines, hoforo purchasing. They can bo te
at tho store of Mr. Geo. Bru?a, near t
PiimNix oflice. An experienced operator
give instruction with each machine enid.
Juno j 2*_
HEISE'S CONFECTIONERY ia ronioved
the store formerly occupied by M.
Berry, on Plain street, two doors from Jo
j Aguow .t Hon's wholesale grocery and hal
ware establishment._June 4 :
ON draught. THIS DAY, at a low price,
the trallon or dozen;
June 1 EDWARD HOPE
<A A CAR LOAD of finn Kon-Mk
7??Hr\tncky MTJLfcS and HOUSES
fT/\ -among them some faat^J^
1 ' . stock-for sale. Apply at
AGNEW .t OO.'S Stables, Assembly street.
Afresh supply of Hagley'* Ma) tl ?wer, 1
cut, at POLLOCK'S.
c Oil v E^.I^ nvvn i ?
TUE SOUTH CAROLINA
Ii and and Immigration .Association
UN L>Ell thc auspices of Ibu "Souili Carolina :->taic Agricultural ami Mechanic?I Socictv,"
Will ?ive a SE it IKS OF CONCERTS, at the Academy nf Munie, Charleston, a. C., com?
mencing October IL 1871, for thc purpose ol raising a fund to enable emigrants to uettlo
upon lands selected by the Association for hornea of Northern and European farmers and
others, in tho State of South Carolina, aud lor their transportation thither and support fur
tho first year. ?
BEFERENCE3 IN SOUTtl CAROLINA-General Wade Hampton. Hon. B. F\ Porry.Gover?
nor M. L. Bonham, (Sonora) Johnson' Hugood, Hon. Armiatead Burt, Hon. James Gbcsnut,
General John S. Preston, Hon. W. D. Siinpsou, Audron- Simouds, Esq., Bon. G. A. Trehholni,
Governor J. I?. Manning, Hon. J. B. Campbell.
$500.000 to he awarded to the ticket holders of tho scries of concerta to commence on thc
first of October, 1871, at tho Academy of Music, Charleston, S. C., ou which day tho drawing
150,000 Season Ticket? of Admission, and no more, at $? each.
All the premiums, including Deed and Certificate of Titlo to Academy of Music, will be de?
posited with tho National Bank of the Republic, New York.
$600,000 IN GIFTS.
1st Gift, Academy of Music, Charleston, B.C., cost to build $230.000,having an annnal rental
of about 120,000 from Opora House, Stores and Halls: the building being about 230 foot by
GO, and situated corner of King and Markot streets, in the centro of tho city, and well
known to bo tho fiuest building aud moat valuable property in Charleston; valued at $250.TK)0
2d Girt-Caah. 100.000
Sd Gift-Caah . ^25,000
I 4th Gift-Cash. 10.000
5th Gift-Cash. . 5,000
25 Oifts-Caah.each * 1,000.. 25,000
|'?3 Gifla-Caah .each i.urt. 12.000
350 Gifta-Cash."..each 100. 35,000
250 Gifts-Caah.each 50. 12.500
500 Gilta-Casi?.each 25. 12,500
1,250 Gifts-Cash.each 10. 12,500
2,101 Gifts, amount to.WO.COO
BUTLER, CHABWIOK, GARY & CO.,
Agents South Carolina Land and Immigration Association.
GKN. M. C. BUTLER. )
JOHN CHADWICK, ESQ., } Charleston, S. C.
GEN. M.; W. GARY, )
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COMMISSIONERS AND SUPER VISORS OF USA WIXG:
Genurnl A. lt. Wright, of Qoori;ia. Colonel ?. II. Rutledge, of South Carolina.
Genera! Bradley T. Johnson, of Virginh. Hon. ltogor A. Pryor, of New York.
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Catawba Grape Pill? are not sugar-coated,
from thS'fadt that sugar-coated -iJilln do not
djaaolte, but pass through tho stomach with-,
out dissolving, consequently dr? not produce
.thedesirefl-effeot. The CATAWBA GRAPE
-PILLS, being pleasant in taste! and odor,' do
not necessitate their being encar^coated.
Price fiftv eenie per bf?x? . ..
' UK* ll Y 7. UKt.JlOLq'S
Highly Concentrated Compound
FLUID EX ra AOT SARSAPARILLA
Will radically exterminate Irom the system
Hero!ula,.Syphilis, Fever Sores,, Ulcero," Sore
?Eyes, Sore Xegs, Sore; Mooth,'Ba?e'Bead,
Bronchitis, Skin Diseases, Knit Rheum, Can?
kers, Runnings from the Ear, Whits Swellings,
Tumok-a, Cancerous afleo tions, Nodes, Bioko te.
Glandular Swelling*. Night Shoats, Raab,
Totter, Humors ot all Kinda. Chronic Rheu?
matism, Dyspepsia, and all discaees that bk ve
been established io the system for years.
' Xi .
Being prepared oxprtmsly for the above conw
plaints, ita blood-purifying properties are
greater than any other preparation of Sarsa?
parilla. lt gives the complexion a clear and
healthy color and restores tho patient toa
state of health and parity. For purifying the
blood, removing all chronic constitutional dis
easoa arising from an impure state of blood,
and only reliable and e flea tu al known romedj
for tho cure of Pains aud Swelling of Bones
Ulcerations of the Throat andXego, Blotchea
Pimples on Face, Erysipelas, all Boaly Erup
tiona of Skin, and beautifying Complexion
Price ll 50 per botMe.
HENRY T. HKLllilSOl.O'S
Concentrated Fluid Extract finchn.
TUE G BEAT DIURETIC, baa cured ever;
case of Diabetes in which it baa been given
Irritation of tho Neck of tho Bladder and In
tl animation of the Kidneys, Ulceration of th
Kidneys and Bladder,- Retention, of Urine
Disease? of tba Prostrate O land, Stone in th
.Bladder. Calculus, Gravel, Brick-dust Depo
sit, and Mucous or Milky Dischargee, and. fo
Enfeebled and Delicate Constitutions of i bot]
sexes, attended with the following sympt?me
Indisposition to Exertion. Loss ol Power
Loss of- Memory, Di?iouity of Breathing
Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Disease
Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, Fain ip th
Back, Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body, Dry
ness of the Skin, Eruption,on the Face, Pal
lid Countenance. Universal' Lassitude of th
Muscular System, ere. Used by persons fror
? eighteen lo twenty -fl vo, and thirty-live to fifty
tiru, or decline or change of.lifo; after confine
ment or labor pains; bed-wetting in children
HELM HOLD'S'ErattLcT BUCHD ie.'dic
retie aud blond-puritying, and cures all Dit
eases arising from Habits of Dissipation, au
Excesses and imprudences in Life, Impur
ties of tho Blood, etc.,. enpersoding' Ccpaib
in a ile ot ions for which it unused; and By ph
litic Afflictions-in these Distuses, need i
connection with Uclmbojd'e Rose Wash.
In many a ff tctions -peculiar to ladies, th
.Extract Buchu^s unequalled Ly Any otbc
remedy-; aa bi Chlorosis or BetsntionXrrcgi
lan tv.'Painfulneas or Suppression of Custon
arv Evacuations, Ulcerated or Schin us Stat
ot the Uterus, Leucorrbcea or Whites, Sb
I rility, and for all complaints incident to tl
Sex, " wbother arising from Indiscretion <
Habits nf Dissipation. It is prescribed e:
toneively by the most eminent Physicians ai
Midwives for enfeebled aud delicate constit
: linne, of both sexes ami all agea, (attend?
with anv of thc above diseases or symptoms
H I. HelmbouVs Extract Buchu
Cures Disoases arising from Imprudence
Habits ol Dissipation, etc, in all their ?tagt
at little expense, liltlo or no change in dh
no inconvenience, sud no exposure. It oana
a frequent desire, aud gives strength to a
nate, thereby removing Obstructions, Pi
venting and Curing Strictures of the Urethi
allaying Pain and inflammation^ so froqne
in thia dasi of diseases, and expelling all p
souous matter. 1'housauda who have be?, n v
tims of incompetent peisona, and have ps
heavy fees to bo cured in a short time, ba
found they have boen deceived, and that t
"poison" bas, by the usc of "powerful astr
?lents," been dried up in the ?yslcm, to hi e
out In a moro aggravated form, and perhfi
after marriage, ; ,.,
Uso HELM HOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHC :
all all. et iona and disoases of tho Urinary (
gaits, whether existing in malo or fem?
?rom whatever cause originating, and norn
ter how lyu g standing; Price 11:30 per bott
Unir}- T. H ri ml>t>l?l Improved Rose tv a
?iniVoi be. surpassed ir? li ;FAjOE ^WJ?S?Jj a
wTll'bC fotfncl lhO Oiliy ?pec?fic l?mriTj'iii'i;T.
species of cutaneous affection. It speed
eradicates Pimples. Spots, Scorbutic Dry nb
111 durations of the Cuta?fonsMembrane; ol
.dUpels Redness and InoiplcnlJnflammati<
Hives, Rash, Moth Patches, Dryness of Sc
or Skin, Frost Bites, and all purposes
which salvea or ointments aro used; rosto
thu skin to a state of purity an 1 soft ne??, ti
insures continued healthy action lo the tiHi
of its v?asela, on which depends tho.agrees
clearness and vivacity of complexion HO mt
sought and admired. Bnt however vatua
aa a remedy for existing defects of the B!
H. T. Helmbold'a Bose Wash bas long a
tained ita principio claim to unbounded
tronage, by possoitaing qualities which ron
it a toilet appendage of the most snporlai
and congenial character, combining in an
gant formula those prominent requiai
aafaty and efficacy-the invariable accon
m?nente of its ase-aa a preservative and
fresher of the complexion. It is an excel!
lotion for diseases of a Syphilitic natore,
as an injection for diseases of the Uric
Organs, arising from habits of dissip?t:
nsed in connection with tho extracts Boc
Sarsaparilla, and Catawba Grape Pills, in a
diseases as recommended, cannot be snrpt
ed. Price, One Dollar per bottle.
Full and explicit directions accompany
dicines. Evidence of most responsible, ri
hie character furnished on application, 1
,hundreds of thousands ol living witnna
and upward of 30,000 unsolicited certifie
and recommendatory letter*, many of wi
arc from tho highest BonrcOB, including <
neut Physicians, Clergymen, Statesmen,
Tho proprietor has never resorted to t
publication In the newspapers; hedoesno
this from (ko fact that bia articles ran
staudard preparation*, and do not nei rt-l
propped up by certificates.
Hy. T.flsloiboM'a Genullte Pr?par?t!
Deliverod to any address. Secure from ot
val ion. Established upward twenty years,
by Druggists everywhere. Address letter
information, in confidence, to Henry T. U
bold, Dingels! and Chemiit.
Only Depots: ll. T. HELMROLD'S 1
and Chemical Warohomo, No. 591 Broad
New York; or, to li. T. ilELMDOLD'S I
cul Depot, 101 South 10th st, Philadelphia
' Beware of ronntcifoils. Auk for HE
T. H ELM HOLD'S! Take no other. Juno
Jt'x. 1 -i , ^Bd?oni Flour, &oM- *
.ST JACOE LEVIK.
ON MIS [Tuoadaj] MOBNING, woatber par
, ; mitflog; I wiU oe^
- pounds primo BACON SlDEts. A .
- pounds prime Sugsr-Cured Strip?. ;
- pounds Dry Baited 8ides.
'-r^pounaaDry Salto?rDeuieB. " , ?
- Smoked Barns.
Extra Flour, Lard, ?co., do.
, . V? ALSO, -
'10 barrels very superior Potatoes, grown ie
this corporation._,_Juno 6
W E.Jake, pleasure In. .calling, tue.special
itt?ntion of tho trade'to ont large and -woll
sel?oted stock of" >i
Ladies'. Misses', Children's, Men's and
n.. .'.. .Boys/' j.r. , ..
. .'.CL*! it'll i'. ; ' 1 'U
; ' Which1 wi-'are se?lmg;at ' '
1 : .' 1 . .'*>.?? ? '.?IJ ?iiof-AfM':]
GIVE US A CALL, and examine before you
'* . ( F F ' * * ? . ^ ^ ? 'tf
fVj* i;?/ " ;>*> i ? ?? *' i *?
buy. , ?,(r . t . , j,*
XH. & M. ? K??A?0.
May 26 -? _
Early tl lo?ing. ..
THE patrons of our house, and the paoli o
generally, aro 'reroectfo?y informed that
our establishment will be eloaed at HALF
PAST 6 O'CLOCK-,' every-evening, exoept
Saturday, during the Buxomer months. Aa we
open at C A. M., wc think that a large amount
of bnsineas can be dono' in twelve honra, and
wo wish to give our young gentlemen an op?
portunity of visiting their friends at other
times than Sunday. .
Jone 3 3 > "-J. --g; Vfc; tt. L. KINARD.
A Caird. , :
WE, the undersigned, hereby tender.our
thanks to KM Htmbf J. IL & M. L.
Kinaird for thoir liborhlity in 'allowing their
store"tb bo ?lpaed at half-past 6 o'clock P. M.,
whereby we can take .the mpoh.needed reBt
and recreation which the long honra of busi?
ness provent our enjoying. Hoping our
friends, the ladies, .wUl. aid. ua ink eeplng up
euch-a'dcBlrable arrangement, during the
summer, by making thoir purchases before C
P. M.. we are. moat reaoectfallv. i
. J:, H. BALDWIN,
8. J. PBBBT..
JOHN B. 8LAW80N,
. I*. C. BW?O?BT,
W. W. FBY
C. A. BEDELL,
J. W. OREEN,
? TV H. BURNS,
.. 1 . ~ 8. WI. CAPERS,
F. H. HAMILTON,
9. GUION. - '
June 3 ._ ? ' ' '3
. Intelligence Office,
. (Opposite ll as onie Hall,)
WE call the attention of the ci tizona of
Columbia and vicinity to tho ?act that
we have purchased tho interest of BEARD A
ORCHARD in tho above institution, and will
givo attention strictly to its demands. Hales
or females wiehing employment of any kind
can bo supplied by calli og, or sending in their
nanum and residences and announcing their
wants. The desires of employ era will be im?
mediately taken notice of. Rontors and those
wishing to rent wlb\ be' provided Tor. The
collection of Accounts. wBl be pnramid,Bonds
negotiated, and sales of Real anet Personal
Property made. . LEE A SMITH.
Juno 3 ._,_'
"~" SOMETHING HEW4
JJ AYING too large a stock on band, for dull
times, I will sell any kind of DRY GOODS,
Fancy Articles, Notions, otc, at lowest pricce,
and then deduct FI YE CENTS from overy dol?
lar's worth bought.
' C. F. JACKSOS,
June 1 .. Miin htrcet, Columbi*, 8. C.
es~ Lexington Dispatch and Newberry Ile
^OlSITY CliAIMS ANO JURY CERT1
riv .i l i:3 bought DV
Fob fi D. GABI IHtlLL. Broker.
U. 8. Internal Revenue,..
COLLEOTOR'8 OFFICE. 3o DISTBIOT, 8. C.,
; Ootr^tniA, May 28,1871v
THE Income Taxes' for the year 1870, and
ibo Special Taxes [on the sale of To?
bacco, Spirits, fte'.,} for the present'year,
have been assessed and placed in my banda
for collection.": ? ' ' .
Residents of the city of Columbia, and of
the Counties ot Richland and Lexington, sro
required to make payment at this rffioe by
the 10th day of June. After that date, the
penalties prescribed by law will bo enforced.
R. M. WALLACE.
May 28 -Collector gd District B. 0.
Corn, Hay and Oats. .
2AAA BUSHELS Prime White CORN,
.viv" 100 bales choice Northern Hay.?
600 bushels prime mixed Oats.
Just received and for salo by '.
June 2 JOHN AGNEW A SON.
THE MILLS HOUSE.
Charleston., 8. C., has reduced
its rata oi Transient Beard to
_?fr3.00 per day during the sum?
mer mtmihs. J. PARKER, Proprietor.
G. W. PABKEB, Superintendent.
May 80 3mo_
A tf\ TONS COTTON 8EED MEAL. Excel
loot for manure. EDWARD HOPE.
May 13_.; . _
Jewelry and Silverware,
OF the most approved styles, can be ob?
tained at I. BUL?BACHER'S eatablieh
mont, Main atrcet. Columbia Hotel Row.
Set? and half sots.in groat variety. Also,
solitaire andoluster DIAMONDS. SPECTA?
CLES and EYE-GLASSE9 to suit all ages.
Scythes and (?rain Cradles.
2DOZ. superior GRAIN CRADLES.
10 doz. Grimn'a Grain aud Grass Scythes,
just received and fot salo low by
' Mayl7_. JOHN A G KEW A SON.
If a Porter House Steak will stop ymir hun?
ger, call at POLLOCK'S.