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LONDON, Juno 10.;-The weather con J
linne* oold. Thor? waa a snow etorm of
au hour thia morning.. . ? ;
Tho Marquis .of Lomo and Fri u o osa
Louise lauded at Deal: this morning, on
their ' retnrttftpqa $ei?$tfr px? the Con?
tinent. . ...u A?im . >
LiHEOti," Junu 12.-Thoifimperor. and
Empress of Braail have arrived.- '
LomjoN, Juno 12,~?Cho;(atfliit?u?tpeo
pT? ol Teheran, Persia, have. eaten lil ty
ohildreu.' A despatilla from- Hom bay
says a vessel foundered near Loqkport.
Eighty -lives were lost; . ,'1 ?,?
Hon, J. S. .0. Kuowletor, editor of the
?Wtt???i^is.?le?di: .?id ut Dio 0 i?&j?ol^?l
LONDON.'. Juna 12;-Ic ls imported that
Thiers' hos resigned: 'Dilke D'Aumale
d?olined-tt1 b?Dqqet, tendered?yy the pas
tisa ns,'of ^?'il?uso of Orleans. Paris
is orowded'with; returning citizens and
strangers, i vMatoM?h?v declines a candi?
dacy, jorf bo Assembly. Work! pt Goba
lieu's i^otflty has b?on resumed. Tho to?
ri o? are organising for ?vigorous oppo?
sition to the Washington' treaty in Par
lietntfrifc : ?" ' ' ' ".
$?jBBMXUbia? Juno .U2;-$}ie idea' of
ro-e,etobliBhaieut pi tho government io
Paris is > i&it gaining ground. Dake
D'Admnl? l?tives tb-day for England. A
court-m atti al foi the ti tal o? i? H urgen b^
moolauoxt^veek.. ...i il '... irtT
The Minister of Finances proposes '? to
levy the ,?rtlo*ing: taxes: OO.UO?.OOC
francs1 upon regibtratiou agreements;
OU, 00^,000 npo? VUqoflia J -,. 60.000,00t
upon sogar and coffee; 200,000,000 upon
. textile gooda'apjl colonial goggs; GO.OuO,
000 upon vari? us other actu?les.
BUJKNOS Am ES, May 17, via LISBON,
Jane 12.-The deaths from yellow ie vei
oro diminishing at the rathol twenty poi
day, and business is reshining its wontec
course. . .? jj;. ;?
The manager of the! Bon Paula Bail
road ii under trial for murder in conuec
tioh ' Vith tho '? recent ^ooideht on tba
. toadi rr H t? .'? ? ...- .* ii.
LONDON. Jane 12.- Thomas Hagues
in as address to the workingmen bi
Bondon,1 dblifrere'd on Sunday . evening
eulogized "the. Jiqaor laws' and .v?r'ioui
other, institutions of the .Doited States
praisod tho people and-^government o
that cou ii try, And urged emigration ti
AiPiprioa qpqnfctios? yaiiMy.sooitfPg'worl
ot homo, ni ?i ??'. ? w? <?.st th " '.'.. ..'-.
.: ;. tit t: r-1 .. "^i_t_. Iii Cl ti V?i 'rfu ci .
Lt A iU# America? Weiilactic?. ' '']-\
CHARLESTON, :i Jane, il Iv*-Arrivedi-.
stealer Falcon, Baltimore,; sohd?h?r
O. H.~^atcra'ntirbV C?8^ifeC?mbry,j ?alti
more. S?ifed-^Isab?l^Bosto?i; brig.^0
Qn^nrim?oN, fffihp ? 12. --- Ar rived
schooner; Hattie .Coornhs,' New Yorl
Off the ?ort-bark Americas ^Lloydi
"West Indi er. J:
New YORK, Jttn[o 10?- At Jqrom
Park, Fordhall shakes,, milo and a qb ai
tor, thirteen started. ..Guillicpthe. wot
time; 2.1S??. Belmont- stakes, th re
ye?r? old, ( milo, Aye furlongs. Harr
Basset won: time, ;2.2Gi,, Tho race i
Prospect "Park, ' yesterday,' * betw.ee
double team,?for .S2.0U0, .. Honest - Alie
andjgforga, Rilkes w?r^?a*o?fcJjeaj
ina Janitor nud Blaok lTQ^rry,".Darkuef
and J ? sa io Wales., Dark, n ess. u u, d Jessi
Wales were favorites,,ftuliw?fe^hdrow
alter the first heat, in winch : th ey ba
second pldce; time,1 2.81>?| 2130, 2,21
Thfrd jape, ?wV m'ijes,\'pp?n. to qily'age
premium ?8??; Hamburg, wop ^n
Defender seoond; Judge Darrell thin
Bight' ran. -The fourth and- last rat
IYU:I a,steeple, chase, open t;o all age
welter weights; about two and a-.qharU
miles*, premium $800, won by Oyst?
mao, Jr.; time, 5.12; Tammany soco tn
TORONTO, June 10.-? long disonssic
took plato last evening iu the Synod
the Church of Scotland in Canada <
the proposed Presbyterian union. Tl
resolution was unanimously adopte
The resolution,'embodying three ar
Oles, forms the basts of. the union.
BRAMPTON,'June IQ.-The eighteen
. annual Conference pf the . Britni ti
Methodist Church is*now in session bei
and is'tho largest assemblage of tl
church ever hold in Canada. Two ve
distinguished ministers from Englai
wero present-Rev.' Samuel Autliff,
1 the General Missionary Society, repi
sentative of the English Conference, ai
Rev.. T. Ghtt?vy, o!; Wclyerhatopto
one of ,th&'most; eloquent and disti
guished of English min ?titers, who li
como to reside as-ti pri?iitivo Method
minister.'' j ' . u r';
BAj^TiMont:; Juno; il.r-The sleait
Wecm?i Wftsj jiartiully burned at L
wliarfi (add^thy, George Law took ii
bu]f> was^.^sujed , off witl^ . but lit
datoagodiu ... ''.
I?EW Y?^?K, Jupe ll.-Soward a
p?jf f?rrlted .'at'Suez ia the mouth
May.v.:-. a*: S .
w ?8A? FRANOTSCO,-June ll^Mrs. Fui
d??th' warrant h?s been sighed and is
tbdliauds of tho sheriff. Tho net iv
in! tho \i ool market Contiuuea; low goi
nra.' nlmo.it osh'aiiBted.. ' Immense i
posits of dannel ooal have boon dinc.ov
edTn Alaska.' S'^
'NEW HAV??N,"CONN., Juno 12.-Se
members.of tho Typographical Un
here have 'been arrested, on tho cha
of conspiracy against newspapers. '.
printers were ' bailed. Tho parties
determined , to take tho matter to
highest court. ' S i
l|ocHK8-TBn, N. Y., Juno 12.-Etlw
Harris, of Mobilo, .Ala., drowned h
self in the Genos?e Riverai,. Tho b
has not been found.
CHICAGO, Juno 12.- Hon. Freet
KoyB, of Vermont, died herd to-day,
BosfON, Jqnol2.-Tho bark Heroi
henea for Wilmington, N. C., retur
villi her bowsprit lost. She came
contnet with an unknown bark.
SniiSiA, ADA., Juno 18.-The Supt
tendent of Public Ins truel ion of
bama invites tho Alumni of tho 1
versity of Alabama to meet, Juno 2
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 12.-Tho sien
China has arrived. Sho brings fit
Japanese students. Sho picked u
xi ri ED ii'i mm
jn?k driven pil|the> Japan- cmaa?. Five
denounces tho verdict,_of "Death from,
gom? causy- unknown" rendered by a
jury of inquest over tho Chinaman whom,
two boy? killed. ...
: Both oajudidates foi -Governor are
pl?dged'-ng?ir^at l?ca> subsidies to rai 1
#"w^^-'e? '"' ..'?..u
I 'WoitbssTitB,."|^Asa>t' Jun*l2^rA tor-'
nado pasaeditbrougb Pax ter. Ho Idea and
Wp st B o j la to nj ? tear i n g e TO ry th i 0 g ib fte
path. Treen,, with a t?u' ?t ?artb at-;
Inched, End roofs, were carried thirty :
j rod?. H?bseV har?a-.aud stone fences
were prostrated. ?J f?k * 1 " *. il*"?,'5r-, ',
WAflunioxoN^,.T?aorXZ -BmSpap has
I retutned??.'---'?-?v,- r ? ?. ? ' ' [j
I ^ ev*, $100 . gold no tea :wert_placed in .
the Currency directs 'tu# bs nksth rough -
out tho Country to report their condition
oo Jane Mlf f i % ,'? i ? W. :
Probabilitiesr^Clear. .weather, -with
lightr?o?tb-w&tkrley 'wti n da, will pjroba
bly .prevail '?n,;^e?aay very generally,
East of tko-M^siissipjM- It is probable
that brisk -winds_wilV Jbo ?xperj?nced to*
oighfc ?u Min0&30%s? ftU?% on Cake Supe?
rior.-*^ r ii",j ; ...
Tho Com missioners .haye-.appointed
the following persons to take, testimony
in the South in sboh cases as cannot be
brought to Washington . for. hearing:
Theodore W. Parmlee, Columbia, S. C. ;
James O. Pieroe, Memphis; Wm. Grant,
?New Orleans; Charles H?ls, Shreveport,
La.; O. H. Brewster, Mouroe, La.; L.
P. Jacobson, Vicksburg; ^Harvey C.
?Blackman, Holly Springs,.Miss.; C. Ca
dle, Jr., Selma; M. B. Figure, Hunts?
ville, Alabama; Frauk E. Wright, Little
Rook, Ark. ; John L. Conley, Atlanta,
Ga.; .Calvin L. Robinson, Jacksonville,
Fla. There are other appointments to
be made, but they have bean put off
temporarily. These apooial commission?
ers ure to receive S3 per day for attend?
ance and twenty oents per 100 words for
taking, recording and certifying tho tes?
timony. The Commissioners have also
deaided that their Jurisdiction does not
extend to claims for rent or occupation
of buildings and . grounds for military
purposes, and that they ar? not empow?
ered to report, tri Congress on the merits
of any such claims.
NEW. "ORLEANS,' Juno J2.-Tho side?
walks on Canal street are clear of water'
to Meroe stroet. The.'water at Galvey
street, on (''anal,: .has . fallen twenty-six
inohes. MoBt of the inhabited portion
of the overflowed quarter will be cl eur of
water by Thursday evening.
A heavy wind ' kud rain on Friday
j night wuH destruotiyb tb the plantations
along the river, damaging crops, Sec.
Tho hurricane visited ?hatawa, on the
Jackson Railroad, uprooting trees aud
damaging houses, and fences. Thc or?
chards ara badly damaged.
PAKIG IN A Onun?H^-jrThere was un an?
ni versdry celebration in. thq Second .Mo?
ravian Church, at the earner ol Franklin
and Thompson- streets, last evening.
After the audience had assembled and
the church was lilied with men, women
and children, a rumor was circulated that
the building was/iu au unsafo condition,
and was likely to fall ut -any moment.
Persons began - lo leave, and this caused
a panic. A rush was mudo for the doors
aud windows, and ladies screamed and
some, fainted. Tho excitement was very
great for a ?hort lime, and several per?
sons wero slightly injured. 'After most
of the audience had got safely on to tile
payement it was found that tho story was
only a hoax started by parties who had
been unable to gain admittance to the
church, ?ome of the people returned,
and tho exercises were continued with?
out further interruption.
I Philadelphia Bulletin, 9/7*.
A meeting of all persona in Utah op
Eosed to Mormon government will bo
eld on the 2Gth, with a view of electing
members of tho Territorial Legislature
upon that basis. A committee will pub?
lish an address to tho people advocating
their plan. Tho election will take placo
. Speoial Notice to the Ladies.
MRS. A. MoCORMICK has
just re?oivent a new aupoly of
tlioac handsome READY-MADE
SUITS, consisting of Swiaa Mus?
lin, bishop's Lawn and Nain?
sook; Also, very prettv Travel?
ing Drcssos, all of which tho
oilers very low.
Having reduced her prices in
Millinery, shu feels coiifhlc.it
that no hnly will purchase, at her store hut
what xviii gb away perfectly satisfied with her
bargain. June ll
Coal! Cooli! Coal!!!
THE unriorHigneu has made arrangements
with parties io Cliarloaton, and ix pre
I pared-to furnish C0AI? at fie per ton of 2.000
I weight', ca?h on dnhvery. Orders left at
Greenville Ilnilroad Oflico, over South Caro?
lina Bank and Trust Company, promptly air
tonded to. THOS. J. MOORE, Agent.
_Juno 10 _ Imo
ASUPPLY of frosh and choico QUACK ERM,
conaiating in part of Scotch Cake?, Tea
Cakes, Ginger Snaps, Simar Jiimblea, ixl ra
Soda Biscuit, which wo offor cheap.
_J n n o H 2_IL D. SE N N_ A SON.
?Prime Northern Hay.
RALES of North River HAY', juit
?UU roocived,and will bo sold lower than
any in tho market for caah.
* J. D. BATEMAN, Anent,
Juno 9 0_I_Columbia lop HOUHO.
GEORGE PAGE & GO.,
No. 5 A". Skroeder Street, Jta?inxore, Mtl.,
1'OUTAni.K AND STATION Alt Y
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Patent Improved, Portabio
c i ii cir LAH RAW MILLS,
GANO, M ULA Y AN]) SASH SA WMILLS,
i M RIST MILLS, TIMBER WHEELS, 8HIN
VX OLE MACHINES, Ac. Dealers in Circu?
lar Saws, Belting and Mill supplies gone-rally,
and manufacturer's agents for Lenci's Cele?
brated Tur bino VYalur Wheel and every do
script inn of Wood Working Machinery.
AGRICULTURAL ENGINES A SPECIALTY.
?9-Soud for doscrlptivo Catalogue and
Prico Lists.____ May 2;Ut^ly
Genuine imported Curacoa, Abayutho and
I Maraschino, at POLLOCK'S.
; .; FINANCIA!, AND COIflJIIUIlCIAL.
i NEW YOBK, June "ll.-Tue cotton
mo Tomen t shows a continued dec: euee,
especially in r?jdiiii?.fi^uich are tko
a pud loot of any week since the height of
Beason. Exports are a little below last
week, but nearly double of the corres?
ponding weok lost, your, vltpaeipta at all
ports' 23,130 bales, agaiust' 86,402 last
week, 40,178 previous-week, 40,007 three
weeks sinoo. Total receipts sinoo Sep?
tember '?,H3l, 180, against 2,702,870 cor?
responding period previous year; show?
ing au increase of 1,028,301 in favor of
tho present season.* 'Exports from all
ports 42,323, against 22,902 bales last
your. .Total exports for expired portion,
of thoa cotton year 2,982,811 bales,
against 1,982,311 for the same time last
year. Stock at all ports 235,508 bales,
against 263,880 for tho samo time last
year. Stocks at interior tosvns 21,511
ba lo 8, against 48,324 last year. Stock in
Livorpool 914,000 bales, against 603,000
last year. American cotton ufloat for
Great Britain 206,000 bales, against 155,
000 last-year. . lud?an cotton afloat for
Europe' 415,147 bales,, ogainst 328,180
last yenr. Weather South hus bcou ruin?
ing iu some sections, and severe storms
have visited portions of Louisiana, Mis?
sissippi,' Georgia, alabama, North and
South Carolina. These have done much
dumage to tho growing plant, and un?
doubtedly there will be a decreased yield
of cotton. Southern planters have had
nothing but reverses and dru whacks sinco
tho growing crop was planted, and it
would seem, from weekly reports of the
weather, that rain enough has fallen in
the Southern Suites to deluge the whole
conntry. These reports must be exag?
gerated to some-extent, became if true in
detail thea it would bu impossible to ex?
pect anything bot a total failure of the
cotton crop. :
LONDON, ' June 12-r-Noou.-Consols
91 & Booda 90 W.. .
P?K'IS; Jupe 12 -Reules 52 and 97.'?
. L?VEIUPOOL, Jnuo 12-Noon.-Cotton
firmer-uplu nd? B.^; .-Orleans '8,??@8>?-;
sales 20,000 bales; export uud sp?cula?
LIVERPOOL, June 12-Eveuing.-Cot?
ton firm-uplands S}4'@8.??; ' Orleans
8^o@8i2) eales 20,000 bales. . .'
NEW "Yoi-x, J uno 12--Noon.-Stocks
very-Btertdy and quiet. Gold^steady, nt
12)4: i Governments strong^'and steady.
Stttte^bonds dnll n'pd. heavy. Money
oasy^ aV 2@3. - Exchange-long 10*$';
short 10}-?. Elour quiet ami stendy.
Wheat* quiet and linn. Corn without
decided change. Pork firm, at 15.62(al
15.75. Lard steady. Cuttou quiet
middling uplands 19Jj,;, Orleans 20^:
sales 15,000 bales. Freights 6tendy.
7 P. M.-Money very easy, at *2@4.
Sterling heavy, at 9#@9j?; Gold 12^
@12^.j. Governments advanced }?(a.
}?c. .ou Saturday's rates; 62s 12State
doll but steady. Tenncssecs 71^; ne?
71>ri. Virginias OS,^; new 70. Louis'
iauiis GO; uew 63; levees 69; 8s SI. Ala
bamas 102. Georgias 88; 7a 92,'.?. Nortl
Carolinas 47j?; now 26J?. South Caro
linas 78; new 62^4. Cotton strong; salei
4,832 bales-uplands 20>?. Flonr
Southeru steady; common to fair 6.80(5
7.50; good to choice email@example.com. Whis
key unchanged. Wheat quiet und un
changed. Oom closed quiet and firm
at 74@75. Pork a shade firmer, at 16.00
Beef steady. Lard firmer-kettle ll
Freights dull and heavy.
CINCINNATI, June' 12:--Flour stead
and in moderate demand. Corn droop
iug, nt 50. Pork in light demand ant
holders firm, at 16.00. Lard iu gooi
demand at full prices. Bacon in ligh
demand and holders firm-shoulder
6jj?@q*??; clear sides 9@9j!?; an nd
vance 'of ^(t^j-jO. asked. Whiskey ii
fair demand, at 89.
AUGUSTA, Juno 12.-Cotton marke
active and firm, at 18,l.j for Liverpoc
and 18?4@19 for New York middling
sales 610 bales; receipts 150.
LOUISVILLE, June 12.-Flour fin
and in good demand but scarce; ordei
largely ahead. Corn firm and in fai
demand-sholled 68. Provisions firn
with un advancing tendency. Mes
pork 16.00. Shoulders 7; clear si<U
9--.?. Lard unchanged. Whiskey steady
? BALTIMORE, June 12.-Flour quiet au
steady. Wheat more active-choic
white 1.80(0.1.90; choice red l.G5@1.9l
Com-white quiet, at S1(?S1 ; yollo
uctive, at 74. Provisions firmer. Wlti
key quiet, nt 98?94. Cotton firm
middling 19^@20; receipts 102 bale
sales 300; stock 1,210.
MOBILE, June 12.-Cotton quiet-inii
diing receipts 489 bale:
sui CB 200; stock 15,002.
CII.VHLKSTOX, Juno 12.-Cotton firm
middling 19; receipts 192 bales; sah
ODO; stock 7,3S0.
WILMINGTON, Juno 12.-Cotton firm
middling'18 >.,'; receipts OOo bales; sal
16; stock 1,008.
NEW ORLEANS, Juno 32.-Flour scan
and firmer-superfine O.OOGJI.O.OO; doub
G.50; tieblo G.firstname.lastname@example.org. Com lower,
73. Pork quiet but firm-mess 1
[lacon steady, nt 7}?(?t]0?.?; sugar-ciir?
hums i-i($15. Lard-tierco ?O}?(@?0
Sugar quiet-primo ll j.j. Molas-:
quiet-fermenting 30@i?\ Whiski
dull-Wertem rectified 80?95. Coil
?y^'C^l?1,'. Cotton strong-middlit
19; receipts 2,019 bales; sales 2,5t
SAVANNAH, ? Juno 12.-Colton-tni
diing 18; receipts308 bides; stock S,ll
BOSTON, June 12.-Coll?n quiet-mi
diing 2U;ls; receipts 1,018 bales; sa!
300; stock 5,000.
NoitKonK, Juno 12.-Cotton stronfi
low middling 18; receipts 005 ba!
y**^' '.1 '?'-.*..'? sss 111 11 '*"***?y ".sss
Choice Hams, &e.
JUST received, a supply of tho celebra1
'.Oningo" brand HAMS.small M?/.-'M. Al
anlundid lingiIsh I'lCKLKS, (?nixed,) Chi
chow, i'icouilli, A.c. A supply of clio
Family Supplies al ?ava on limul.
June ll '2_' lt. i). SE NM -V. j<0>
Seagers' Beer is Pure.
TT don't cont uta Cocncnhia Indiirus F
j JL bel rles lo mnUc sleepy or headache.
FANCY FASflcOWP ?llK
"jyjORE of tl?'ose* bo?t?tjfai LEN.OE6 and
JAVANESE POWENS* jrtj?wer prices,
. V '-'lV*D ' ?
Swiss, Vioton??ni Linen Lawn,
Under Gannets for- Ladies,
Wo are solo Agent? for tho
"EJll'IBE SEWING MACHINE,"
Helpmates . of oar mothers and W?VOH.
Hundreils of ladies in thiB city can testify to
their hoing tho best in use.
W. D. LOVE,
JuueO_H. R. McOREEBY.
WE take pleasure in calling the special
attention of thc trade to our large and wcll
eelccted etock of
Ladies', Misses', Children's, Men's and
SHOES iii nm
Which we are eelling at
GI Vii US A CALL, and examine before you
J. H. & M. L. KINARD.
dfiLliL TO HAND.
OUR BEAUTIFUL, ATTRACTIVE AND
CHEAP STOCK OF DRV GOODS
Id in nt JIU and moving, making room daily for j
Which we will continue to receive nil through ?
tho aeaaon. . j
OI;R SAMPLE DVAGAV
Is a success, and wc are now distributing
Goods over tho entire St alo through itH
agency. The moat caroleas obaorver cannot
hut seo tho great advantages to be derived
from dealing with a live house, like oura,
whore everything is kept ruovipg by Brattan
and order-where no extra profits aro tacked
on to pay hilo hands. Of courue, wo can and
do SELL GOODS CHEAPER THAN ANT
HOUSE IN THIS SECTION. A positivo
proof ia, that wo sell more Gooda than all the
rcat added together. That ia tho proof.
Tho pooplo know where to buy cheapest, nud
lot Ibu stranger follow the groat puhlic. In
buying, lot them follow those who know
. R. C. SHIVER & CO.
C. F. JACKSON'S.
NKW styles of Pin NTS.
New at vies of Apron?, white and buff.
Childron's White Monoid Blouses.
Children'* Bull l.iuon Blouses.
Ladies' Milk Saratoga Ties.
All ut very low prices. June ft
ri "Ul REE months from this date, application
I will be nindi! to the Greenville and Colum?
bia Railroad Compati v. for tho renewal of the
fdllowihr SCH IP, belonging to the estate cf
JESSE L>:ukUHL, which baa been lott or
Stock Scrip No. 1,11?2, -~M hhnica.
Aascssinout (.'ci tilica te? on ?.imo, No. 1,-133,
Scrip No; 1,337, ft shares.
Asdcsaiueht Certificate on aame, No.
jf-20, WM. IL PA BK EU.
. Receiver Eatatc of Jcuao DeBruhl. dee'd,
.loss 2, 1S71. Abbevillo C. IL
June ti _I?T"....
Claret on Draught.
IUST opened, ono Cask choice TABLE
CLARET, for sain low, by? th? gallen er
dozen, by JOHN AGNEW A SON.
' Boots and Shoes.
WE Vira now prepared to show an entire
now and fresh stock ortho above gooda,
bought direkt from first hands. Wo t-halt en?
deavor to givo aati-f-iction to all who deal
with us itt thoso gooda, and nt all tunes guar?
antee our prices. . . R. U. SHIVER A CO.
. .lune :i
ADESIRABLE STORE, on Main street,
miar tho coiner of Blanding. Porterais,
applv to Dr. Joh? Lynch, or
.f\'b ?22 ll EN DBI X A BRO.
HENRY T. HELMB0lfo'$ :
i., ; o j ' Compound FlaldBxtjriu??;':? ? &z?ffL
O' A'S? ?w'B? OR AP S MJ?OT
Component Par/?-Fluid Extract Rhubarb anti
?Yufd-j&xfrao. Cafatcbn Grape Juice,
ing uo Morjs?ry, Minor als"or DcTpt?ri^p8?5rpge.
These/Pills ?rV.the tuu?t dtlipUtfully rAe*4 I
aant purgative, BupersCdiBg caster oft, eilt?; !
magnesia, etc. There ia nothing mora ao- L
ceplable to the stomach. They jiivo tone., j
and ci use neither nanees nor griping p?inri.
They are composed of the finest ' thgrmtents.
Atter a few days' uso of them, anchan th ti go-1
ration bf'tho entire system taken place EH to ,
appear iuiraculoue to Upxvpak and enervated,
whether arising from Imprudence or disease.
H. IV Helmbold's Compound Finid Extract
Catawba Orape Pifi? are nbt *'augai-coated,
from tho fact (hat sugar-coated Filia do not4
dissolve, but pasa through tho stomach with?
out dissolving, consequently* do not produce
tho deaired effect. The CATAWBA 'GRAPE
PILLS, being pleasant in taste abd odor, do
not necessitate tin ir ?rUd?i'g < ' ??gaV-coatcd.
Price Atty canta por box. ?' .>>.. O-.
' Tff| .?:. I.? ?.
HEiuv T. it ic i. ru ot. tr s
Highly Concentrated Compound
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
Will radically exterminate lrom tb? system
I 3arofula, Syphilis, FoTer Horca, Ulcers, Sor?
j Ky ca. Hore Lega, Hore Mouth, Bora Hoad,
bronchitis. Skin Diseases, Halt Bbeum, Can*
kera, B?nnings from tba Ear, Whit? Swellings^
I Tumors, Canceroua affections, Nodos, Rickets,
Glandular Swellings. Night Sweats, Baan, i
Tetter, Utimora of all Kind?, Chronic Ilhec
matism, Dyspepsia, and all diacaaea that havo j
boen established in tho system for years.
Being prepared expreaaly for the above oom* I
plaint*, its blood-purifying properttoa aro
greater than any other preparation ot Sarsa?
parilla. It gives the complexion a clear and
casca ariaing from un impure skate of'blood,
and only reliable and effectual koowa reinedv
for tho cure ni Foina aud Snelling of Bones'
Ulcerations of Ute Throat and Legfl,'B)otoQ6s,
Pimples on-FaocyErysipelas, all Scaly Exup.
tiona-of Slim, ?and Beatttifyiog Oorh&lci?cm
Price?it50:s*r;hotne- i: j .: G .'.',*-<
HKWat x. IIEI.JIU?LD'6-j
ConcentratedFluid Extract Bnc&U.
THE G HEAT 1> I Uh ETiC, b'?? <rar^d/Very
case of Diabetes m which' it has boon given,
Irritation of th? Nuuk of tba Bladder cud In?
flammation of tho Kidneys, Ulceration of the
Kidneys and Bladder, Retention of Urine,
Diseases of tba Prostrate Gland, Stone in tho
Bladder. Calculus, Gravel, Brick-dust?Depo-'
ait, and Mucous or Milky Discharges, and for
Enfeebled and Delicate Conalitt)(ionsol both,
foxes, attended with the following symptoms:
Indisposition to Exertion, Loa? of Power,
LOSM of Memory, DJ ill cu I ty of Br oat bing.
Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Disease,
Wakefulness,Dimness of Vision, Pain in the
Back, Hot Hands. Flushing of tho Budy, Dry?
ness of tho Skin, Eruption on thu Face, Pal?
lid Countenance. Universal Lassitude, of tho J
Mtiitcnlnr Ky? toni i eto. Used by persons fron> j
eighteen to twenty-five, and thirty-five to ii tty- I
li yo, or decline or change of lifo; after confine-' |
meut or labor pains; bud-wuttine in children.
HELMBOLD'S EXTliAOT BUCHU is diu?
retic and bloud-purilying, and cures all Dis?
cuses arising from Habits of Dissipation, and '
Excesses . and- Imprudencia io^Ljfo/ hripuri- f
tie? bf the Blood, otc., ' auper?cdhig'Cop?lba
in affections fur which it is uaed, and Syphi?
litic AffuCtions-iu these Diueascs, need in
connection with Helmbold's Boso Wash.
In many alf .-ctiona ])cculiar to ladicB, the
Ext rael fBncbii ia nncn nailed by unr other
remedy, aa ni Chlorosis or Retention; Irregu?
larity, Painfulness cir Suf-prcsbion of Custom-,
ary Evacuations, 0 lei? rat ad or Sobiirue State'
ot thu Uterus, Leucnrrhiea or Whites, Ste
Yi?t\, and tor all complaints incident to the
*Sux, whether arising' from Indiscretion or
Habit* of Dissipation. It ia proscribed ex
t?hsiv?ly by the mobl eminent Physicians aod
Mid? i voa'f?r enfeebled and delicate conatitu
tioLs, of both . acotos and all ages, (attended
with anv of tuc abuvu diseases or symptoms.)
H T. Helmbold's Extract" Bucha
Cures Diseases arising from Imprudences,
Habits of Dissipation, etc., iu all their stages,
at little expense, little or no chango lb diet,
nu inconvenience, and uocxpoaure. Itcauaee
a frequent d?sira, and gives strength to uri?
nate, thereby removing Obstructions, Pre?
venting and Curing Strictures of tho Urethra,
allaying l'aiu and 1 illumination, BO froquent
in this class of discuses, and expelling ail poi
Minoan matter. Th ou a andu who have been vic?
tims of incompetent pst SODS, and have paid
heavv fees to bo cured in a abort time, have
found they have been deceived, and that the
"poison" ba?, by tho use of "powerful astrin?
gents," been dried np in tho system, to break
out in a more aggravated form, and perhaps
Uso II ELM DO LU'S EXTRACT BUCHU for
all affections and diseases of the Urinary Or
?gaos, whether exist?.ig ia malo or female,
From whatever cause c riginating, and no mat? \
i ter how lung standing. Price i 1.3D per bottle.
II?- mi y T. Il t-1 inhold Improved noue Uuili
Cannot bo surpassed as a FACE WASH, and
will be found tho univ specific remedy in every,j
species ol cutaneous affection. It speedily
eradicates Pimples. Spots, Scorbutic Dryness,
Indurations of the Cutaneous Membrane-, etc.,
dispels Redness und Incipient Inflammation,
Hives, Bash, Moth Patches, Dryness of Scalp
or Skin, Frost, Bites, and all purposes for
?hieb salves ?r'ointinenta arc used; restores
the skin tu a stato of purity and softncsSj.niid
insures cunt inned healthy action to th*: tissue
of its vessels on which depends the agrt sable
clearness ana vivacity of complexion BO much
amiga I and admired. But however valuable
as a remedy for existing defects of tho skin,
ll. T. Helmbold's Boso Wash has long sus
tained its principle claim to unbounded pa?
tronage, by possessing qualities which runtier
it a tuiM appendage of the most Miporlativc
and congenial character, combining in an ele?
gant formula those prominent . requisites,
safety and efficacy-the invariable accompa?
niments of Its usu-as a preservativo aud re?
fresher of the complexion. It is un excotlent
lotion for diseases pf ? Syphilitic nature, and
ai an injection for diseases of tho Urinary
Organs, arising from habits of dissipation,
u-i d in connection willi thu extracts Bcchu,
Sarsaparilla, and Catawba Grape Pills, in such
(lineases na rocmnmendorij cannot be surpatis
d. Price, One Dollar per bottle.
, .rilli aiid explicit directions accompany mc
I diehu s. I', vid ?neo of most responsible, rolla
I bb: character furnished on application, with
hundreds of thousands of living witnessos,
sud upward ot SO.GuO unsolicited certificate?
and reu-ininiendatory letters, many of which
:ire fruin Ute highest-sources, including emi?
nent Fhvaiciaus, Ulergymcu, Stato?iiien, etc.
The proprietor has never rosortcd tn tlrtir
piiblicatiou in the newspapers; hu duos not d<
this from the fact tbat his articles rank as
standard preparations, and do not need to bo
Fnipped up by ceri itlcutes.
ly. Ilulnibolil'sOcnulne Prrpiuntiniia
Delivered td any address. Secure lrom ubser
vs lion. Established upward t wen I y years. Sold
by Druggists everywhere. Address letters hir
iiitortnatioti,in confidence, to Henry T. Helm
hold. Druggist and Chemist.
Onlv Depots: ll. T. HELMBOLD'S Drug
and olirrriical Wurehoiise, Nd. 5UI Broadway
New York; or, to IL T. H KLM HOLD'S Modi
cal Depot, 101 South 10th st, Philadelphia.Pa
Downie of counterfeits. Ask for IlLNItl
T. II ELM HOLD'S) Take no other. Juno 29
. Y S J .": ^ H A . J y . V
D E AX 3B RS
S.IV. 1J< 7 . .. . |
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And Tnose in . Want ' of
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J 11 T ii
WU \ . - -.. i > :tli".r.*i f ' .:?. ; -..
? ba vo DOW iu ?tor? ?j foil Un? of tho .
uowooti ?nd moat .. . .1 <-.t>' r,<j\l
? '. . t J : .15 ri ! -. . i . . ."Tl S : '. i li 'J . '
F ? 8 Bj 0 ii A B,L B ?.0 0 D S
.'i i t >i tiU'.i ?.;p.-t'.*' . .
Of dbm d? tlc, FrODch and* Enjjlieh monufao- j
thro, which we guarantee, st all time?, to ooll
aa low, if not at leas pricco, tban . ?uj house,
io Colombia, bn} ia g .oar; Gooda from tho
largest and moat celebrated, ?sUbilahmanU
IQ the United Statea. And aa wo deolro to
please all, we havo DOW ia oar boase the
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?EVERY CLASS Ol? GOODS,
From the lowest to the -highost, and wo foci
confident that aU those, favorings us with an
order from a diatsnooAwill bo.pleased and
: satisfied that . \ . . . ; .>
-r ;i.rrio8 :?nh$??a? > >?. * fi
: . ? A .. r.?v>. i \i 'w/' . ;>'\- if
''c.- Ia thia city lo deni with.
T , .-...t ..r- ; ? . .- .-.
We will, uyapplication, > pend promptly
by math fall Une? of soples cf thoa? kind ox
.Qoods doaired and Bpaolfled by oar friends
and customers'. All orders accompanied by j
cae h amounting to $25 and over, delivered ia.
any part of the State free of freight chargon. -
Those unaccompanied, will be sent CO. I). .
V We respectfully solicit order?, vhich will -.
receive th? prompt and personal attention of.
one of the firm. Our price* being low, wa -
think we can reader aatisfaotjpn to alb Give
us a trial. w it/': 11\\ .'.
j J. fi. & X. L. K?HA&D,
May 3_ COLUMBIA, 8. G.
Attention ! .
TH? attention Of city and country retail
dealers ie requested to tho following:
Owing to .the depressed condition of buBi
Jiees, and being anxious to reduce stock, j
i , .,J()U5 B. KAIH14? & CO.,
KO. 37 Hoyne etreetyCiiarlealon, S. C.,
rilli offer to .|ho trade daring, tho present
month their very, attractive And complete
etock atTEN (10)PERCENT, below New York,
THUMB.-For all bills nuder il00 cash, or
approved note at thirty day?, with interest
from dato ot purchase, at it per cent, per an?
num. For alt bills over ?lOO approved noteo.
as above, at four (4) months, or ucoept&noe,
will be accepted.
Their a tock consists of tho larg eat variety
to be found in the city, of STRAW and MIL?
LINERY GOODS, White Goods, Hosiery,
Glove?, Trimminga, Laces, Embroideries,
Hibbuns, Umbrella?, Parasols, Ladies' ana
Genta' Linen and Paper Collara and Cofla,
Ladies'Lace Collars, and a complete assort?
meut of Fanoy Goodo, Notions and Small
Merchant? ordering* will please specify on
which of the above terms they wish to par?
chase;_.__Jnne 6 Imo!
PORTER & STEELE'S,
A FCLI. Lisa OF
IN ALL COLORS, FOR
A?ril 27 - ' ._
(Opposite Masonic Hall.)
WE call the attention of the citizens of
Columbia and vicinity to the fact that
wo havo piirohaaod tho iutorost of BEARD A
oncilAR? in tho above institution, and will
u ive attention strictly to ita demands. Males'
or females wishing employment of any kind
can bo supplied by calling, or sending in their
names and residences sud announcing their
Vants. The desires of employers will De ini* '
mediately taken notice of. Rentors and thoae
wielling to rent will bo provided for. Tho
collection of Accounts will bo pursued, Bonds
negotiated, and sales of Real and Personal
Property made. . LEE A SMITH.
1V?"^ TUE MILLS HOUSE.'
A?25?e?_a?3 Charleston, H. C., has reduced
BSMHSBL-'*" r"10 ol* Transient Hoard to
aaagfias?K?*3 M l,Pr "av 'luring tho Bum?
mer muiitna. J - PARKER, Proprietor.
O. W. PARKER, ?Superintendent.
May 80 3mo_3_
DON'T contain Strychnine. It is pure, and
warranted to be ao. March ll