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FIJORENOE, Jorie 8.-It is reported that
the Italian Government ban ooncluBivo
evidence that Mazzini is personally im?
plicated in the rebel movements on the
Swiss frontier. The fact will be, if it has
not already been, brought to the atten?
tion of tho Swiss Government, nud n de?
mand will be made for the surrender of
the agitator, or his expulsion from Swit?
PAMS, June 8.-Advices from Porno
state that the Ocumenical Council is
now engaged in discussing the schema de
primalia et infallibilitate by sections. The
debate on the preamble was closed. There
have been one or two exciting passages
between the supportera and opponents
of the proposed dogma, but nt present
the minority are silent and passive A
great demonstration was m ado yesterday,
in favor of Papal infallibility. Tho Jo
suits were the primo movers in tho affair.
A large procession passed through tho
streetR, bearing banners inscribed "vive
"LONDON, Juno 8.-A distressing acci?
dent occurred at tho Alhambra Concert
Hall, last night, while the ballet was in
progress, and the aoene was crowded
with dancers. Ono of the largo trap?
doors in the centre stage gave way and a
nnmber of danseuses, who were grouped
on the. spot, were violently precipitated
into the space under the stage, which waB
unusually deep and was filled with ma?
chinery and theatrical lumber. Eleven
unfortunate girls were badly injured
some, it is feared, fatally. Tho catastro?
phe caused a panio in the audience,
which, however, had no serious results.
MADBTD, June 9.-The question of a
future monarch occupied the Cortes yes?
terday. A motion wns made that a King
be elected by a direct vote of tho peo?
The Constantinople (ire resulted in the
loss of 300 lives, 7,000 buildings and
$25,000,000. The American Church of
the Immaculate Conception was on fire
several times, and is considerably dam?
aged, but tho gobeliu tapestry, a gift of
tho Empress Eugene, with which the
church was decorated, was saved un?
LONDON, Juno 9.-Alarm among tho
farmers over tho continued dry weather
amounts to a panic. Telegraphic com?
munication with Bombay is complete.
Disraeli is about retiring from politics.
He will bo raised to a Peerage.
BOMBAY, Juno 9.-Tho cholera is ra?
vaging different parts of India, nud is
particularly severe at Madras.
i-?-. ? .
NEW YORK, June 9.-A Southern Wo?
man's Bureau, having for its object tho
assistance of friendless females from tho
South, has been formed in this city.
MormtEAii, Jane 9.-A meeting of in?
fluential men was held to-day, regarding
Fenian raids. Mr. Thornton's thanks to
Grant were considered disgraceful.
CINCINNATI, Juno 9.-A rope which
supported the scaffolding broke and Geo.
Jaynh fell from St. Paul's Church stee?
ple and was killed.
GALVESTON, June 9.-The corner stone
of tbe first Jewish Synagogue in this
State was laid to-day in this city. The
ceremonies were performed by tho Grand
Dodge of Free and Accepted Masons.
The bark Palace, reported aground a
few days since, at Sim Louis, arrived
WASHINGTON, June 9.-A terrific storm
is prevailing. Tho Irish telegraphs aro
deranged, causing some irregularities in
tho Liverpool reports.
3 P. M.-In tho House, several mem?
bers denied charges of having been cor?
rupted by Cubau partisans. Tho storm
was so terrifio as to stop business. Tho
gas was lit; but the noise of tho hail and
rain on tho roof drowned the voices. A
bill wa s passed, punishing unlawful cer?
tification of checks by officers of Na?
tional Banks by a fine of $5,000, and im?
prisonment for five years; tho bank to be
responsible to innocent purchasers. Gar?
field, from the Banking and Currency
Committee, introduced anothor currency
and funding bill. The morning hour
was filibustered out, when tho bill went
over. Tho Philadelphia tobacconists pe?
tition for a uniform tax of sixteen cents.
It is thought tho bill forbidding servile
labor contracts will pass, as a party
measure; it will invalidate thoKoopman
In tho House, a bill was reported from
the Judiciary Committoo to establish a
uniform system of naturalization, with a
proviso postponing tbe exercise of the
rights of naturalization. Tho bill was
denounced by Eldridgo as tho very cm
bodyment of partisnn malignity, reli?
gious bigotry and intolerance. Sargent,
of California, opposed tho bill because
it would servo no useful purpose. The
bill was further opposed by Republicans
ns oumbersomo, and calculated to em?
barrass naturalization. After further
discussion tho bill was laid on tho table
-yeas 102; nays G2.
An tho Senate, Mr. Davis gave notice
of a bill to onablo tho Indian tribes to
BOO in tho Federal Courts.
In the Senate, tho hill to regulato thc
length of spans of bridges across tho
Ohio River, was detained informally.
Upon a motion to make it tho special
order, Morton, Cameron, Drake and
Scott favored tho motion, considering
the importance of the bill to tho Missis?
sippi Valley in protecting tho navigation
of tho river. Boroman opposed it as in?
fringing upon a compromise already ex?
isting between tho Pennsylvania conl
interest and the Ballimoro and Ohio
Railroad, as to the length of spans. Tho
motion was rejected.
Butler, in his report from tho Iudian
Committee on tho indebtedness of cer?
tain Southern railroads, especially those
which made moderato purchases, have
settled. Several roads, most largely in
debt, havo set up counter claims, which
are in litigation. Suits are ponding
against tho following roads for tho fol?
lowing amounts : East Tennessee and
Virginia, $258,829; East Tennessee and
Gfi?rgia; ?365,331 ; Nashville and Chat?
tanooga, ?880,889; Nash ville and North -
western, 817,101. These roads, tho re?
port says, como before the Committee,
and while protesting against legislation
designed to affect proceeding in court,
expressed desire for un equitable settle?
ment without litigation, and ask that the
Secretary ot War, or some competent
tribunal, be authorized to eompromise
differences. The Committee consents to
this, and propoao to abandon the suits.
Tho bill as reported is in accordance with
Intornnl revenue receipts to-day, $716,
Assistant Attorney-General Field hos
resigned. Delano will bo nbsent until
Saturday. O. S. Gleason is nominated
for Rear Admiral, and Wm. Reynolds for
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL..
NEW YORK, Juno 9-Noon.-Stocks
strong. Exchange-long 9^'; short 10!?.
Goldl3;<?. Bonds 12??. Tennessee's, ex?
coupon, 02*?; new 60)?; Virginia's, ex?
coupon, 70; now 68; Louisiana's, old, 75;
new 72; le veo 6's 75^; 8's 92}.. ; Alabama
S's 101; 5's75; Georgia 6'a 88; 7's95li;
North Carolina's, old, 48 5u; new 24>.<;
South Carolina's, old, 93; new 82%.
Flour, corn and wheat quiet and un?
changed. Lard heavy and n shade lower.
Cotton firmer, at 22?B@22^; sales 700
bales. Freights dull and steady.
7 P. M.-Cotton firm-middling up?
lands 22}$'; Orleans 22??l Ba^3 2.300
bales. Flour active-Stato email@example.com;
Western 5.10?6.75; Southern 6.10@
10.00. Wheat less active-winter red
and amber Western 1.38(^1.43. Corn
active and firmer-now mixed Western
firstname.lastname@example.org. Mess pork 30.95. Lard
heavy, at ?6/?@?6>?. Whiskey 1.06>.i
@1.07. Bice steady. Groceries steady.
Freights quiet. Monev easv. Gold
BALTIMORE, June 9.-Flour firm
holders demand nu ndvance. Wheat
firm-Maryland 1.50(31.60; Pennsylva?
nia 1.45(^1.45. Coru steady. Provi?
sions finn and uuohanged. Whiskey
better, at 1.05)?@L0G)?.
ST. LOUIS, juno 9.-Flour firmer and
unchanged. Corn dull and declined 30
5c-mixed 80. Whiskey 1.04. Pro?
visions quiet. Mess pork 3.00. Shoul?
ders 13'4(V^ 13'.?; clear sides 17Lard
dull and nominal.
CINCINNATI, Juue 9.-Flour still un?
changed-family email@example.com. Whiskey
lower, at 1.02. Pork 30.00. Bacon quiet
ami firm-shoulders 13.! .j; clear sides
17sugar-cured hams advanced to 21.
LOUISVILLE, Juue 9.-Flour firm, at
5.25. Com 1.15. Provisions firm and
unchanged. Whiskey 1.04(3)1.05.
NEW ORLEANS, June 9.-Flour firmer.
Corn lower-mixed 1.07,'?(tel. 10; white
1.12,firstname.lastname@example.org. Pork, bacon, lard, sugar,
molasses and coffee unchanged. Whis?
MOBILE, Juue 9.-Cotton very firm
middling 21 >.<; sales 900 bales; receipts
CHARLESTON, June 9.-Cottou steady
middling 20^; sales 100 bales; receipts
121; stock 9,129.
SAVANNAH, June 9.-Cotton a shade
firmer-middling 21; sales 400 bales; re?
ceipts 700; exports to contiuent 1,135;
AUODSTA, Juno 9.-Cotton firmer, but
demand moderate-sales 260 bales; re?
ceipts 40; middlings 20@20>?.
PARIS, June 9.-Bourse opened quiet
-rentes 74f. 55c.
LIVERTOOL, Juue 8-Evening.-Cotton
steady and unchanged; salos 10,000 bales;
speculation and export 2,000.
LONDON, Juno 9-Noon.-Consols
opened at 92;s?. Bonds 89J.<.
LIVERPOOL, Juno 9-Noon.-Cottou
quiet-uplands 10;su'; Orleans 10J^@11.
TENNESSEE THREATENED.-An eflbrt is
being mado by Representatives Stokes
aud Maynard, of Tennessee, to have
Congress pass a law declaring the Legis?
lature of that State an illegal body, be?
cause a majority of its members were
disqualified on account of their partici?
pation in tho late war. Happily, tho
days of tho present sessiou of Congress
aro drawing to a close, and too little time
is left iu which to mnmpulato a job of
such magnitude as legislating a Stato
out of tho Union. As tho re-election of
Messrs. Stokes and Maynard is more
than doubtful, their desiro to recon?
struct Tennessee is easily accounted for.
A SPECIMEN RECONSTRUCTION BRICK.
A County iu Florida boasts of ono gen?
uine citizen as County Judge, and of an?
other as County Commissioner, tho other
offices being thus admirably distributed:
Clerk of Court from Ohio; Sheriff from
Massachusetts; Collector of Taxes from
Mof*?achi3?etts; State Seu?.tc:, ''?.^ old
Virginny nigger;" mombers of Assombly,
two Philadelphia negroes; County Sur?
veyor from Iowa; two negro Couuty
Commissioners, ono from Ohio and ono
from Iowa. "Tho County," says tho
local paper, "is almost hopelessly in debt,
aud its scrip is hawked about the streets
at mero nominal prices."
Tho Uuited States Seuato has 72 mem?
bers. A quorum is 38, aud a majority of a
rum, or 20, aro constitutionally com?
petent to pass a bill. The House has
229 members; quorum, 115; members
constitutionally competent to pnss a
bill, 58. But the Seuato has 28 sur?
reptitious members aud tho House 59, so
that it is entirely possiblo for a law of
tho United States to bo mado without
tho concurrence of ouo single Senator or
Bopresentativo having a lawful constitu?
ency at his back.-Jx~. Y, World.
FRAUDS OF REVENUE OFFICIALS.-Tho
Washington correspondent of tho Now
York Journal of Commerce tells of start?
ling developments about to bc mado of
gigantio revouuo frauds-tho figures aro
millions-in which Government officers
aro concerned. Revenue officials, East,
West and South, are implicated in them.
Fred. D. Bryant, Esq,, has opened a
post offico at Tempcrnnceville, in Ma?
Stanley's Celebrated Cough Syrup,
PREPARED only by E. H. Helnitah; known
and approved for the last twenty-five y cara
aa tho beat Cough Syrup made. Yon have
only to try it to be convinced. For ealo by
June 9_E. TT. HEINFT8H, Chemiat.
Quaker Liniment a Household Remedy.
IT eurea AoboB and Pains of all kinds, in?
ternal and external. This QUAKES LIM*
MEST is the beat medicine in the world for
Rheumatism, Neuralgia,.Soro Throat, Tooth?
ache, Pains in back, Face-ache, Swellings,
Sprains, Bruises, Snake Rites, Stings of In
Beets, tor Cramp in tho Stomach, Cholera,
Colic, Sick Stomach, Summer Complaints.
Prepared only by
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Juno 0 Columbia, S. C.
Crimson Tetter Wash,
FOR Totter, Ringworm. Pimples, Blotches,
Tan, Freckles, Redness of tho Skin,
Chapped Hands and Face, and all Eruptions
and Excoriations of tho Skin, tending tomar
tho beauty and bloom of tho human taco. It
rendors tho skin soft and fair, and rostores
the natural freshness and roseate huo of the
complexion, so attractive in the female sex.
Propared only bv
E." H. HEINITSH, Chemist,
Juno 0 Columbia, S. C.
Krna Chill Onre.
A*eio Remedy, New Principle, No Poison.
ANEW discovery and a sovereign specific,
for tho cure or Intermittent Fovor, Remit?
tent Fovcr, Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Periodical
Headache or Bilious Headache and Bilious Fe?
vers; and all diseases originating in Biliary
Derangement or Liver Disorder, cauaod by
Impurity of Blood aud Malaria of miasmatic
For salo by E. H. HEINITSH, Druggiut,
Columbia, S. C.
Rr. E. II. Ilcinilsh-DEAB SIB: .1 cheerfully
endorso tho recommendation given for your
"Kiua Chill Cure," in cases of Chills and
Fever. I have been cured by your medicine
whon every other I tried failed. Yours truly,
S. L. SLOANE.
Dr. E. II. Heinilsh--DEAR Sm: Your "Kina
Chill Cure" has dono all you promised it would
do in my case. A radical euro for Chill and
Fovor. Tho chilla aro gono. A gonoral resto?
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bottle. My"doubts haye all been removed in
regard to thc efficacy of your medicine. I
have tried it, thorefore I can endorse the
statements ol others, that it is thc beet medi?
cine out. Yours, A.c., W. E. ELKINS.
Dr. E. H. Ilcinilsh -DBA a Sin: I certify to
thc medicinal virtues of your "luna Chill
Curo." A nu tuber of my family has been af?
flicted with Chills and Fever for several
mouths, and nothing cured it but your invalu?
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Ac, J. H. D1SKKEB.
Dr. E. II. /iffiiifs/i-DEAR Sin: I have had
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gestion I tried your now medicine, "Kina
Chill Cure." I atii completely cured, and used
onlv one bottle. Yours, respectfully,
J?ine 0 J. N. DRENNAN.
TH i :
THE question having been so often asked,
"Why is it that YOU ABE SELLING GOODS
SO CHEAP'.' Wo can understand how com?
mon gooda eau bc sold low, but cannot con?
ceive how il happens that tho superior class
of gooda that you always keep, can be sold at
auch very low prices?"
To the numerous inquiries, we givo one
general answer: Wo are not selling our gooda
BO very much below coat, but they aro bought
right, and we have marked down our entire
stock for tho purpose of increasing our Balee
and getting thc goods out of tho way, aa in a
fow days wc shall bc knocking down walls, and
in consequence there will be a dust.
Now is the time to buy cheaper than ever
Call at once and supply yourselves.
Juno 7 J. H. Jb M. L. KINAKD.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLOMBIA, Juno 8,ls70.
YT7TIEREAS, information baa been received
y V at this Department that a wilful and do?
iberato attempt at assassination waa made
m tho evening of tho 1st inst., noar Laurens
nllo, by ANDREW EICHELBERGEB, who
diot and dangerously, if not mortally, wound
id Mr. E. A. Hackett, a rospoctablo citizen of
Laurens County, while peaceably traveling on
ho public highway, and tho said Eichelberger
ias fled from justice,
Now know y., that I, Robort K. Scott, Go?
vernor of ti.o itato of South Carolina, in order
:hat justino may bc dono, and tho niajosty of
.lie law vindicated, do heroby offer a reward
jf ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS for tho ap?
prehension of tho said Eicbolborger and his
leliverv in any jail of this State.
Said Eichelberger is repreaouted as bc!nf.
ibout thirty years of ago, five feet niue or ten
nchcB high; dark, reddish hair, generally cut
short; eyes of a greyish color, near-sighted
n one, which is crossed; walks steadily and
uprightly, undulating when in company or ex
?itod; quick-spoken when interrogated; was
mounted on a bright Borrel horse, which
lio will probably dispose of when ho roaches
i railroad, and it is supposed will make
for Mississippi, tho residence of hie brother,
Walter Eichelberger, who is an outlaw from
this Stato, charged with tho murder of Tabby
Simpson, in Union County, in 18(>8.
lu testimony whereof I havo hereunto set
my hand, and causod tho great seal of ]
[L. s.l tho State to ho affixed, nt Columbia, thia
eighth day of June, A. D., 1870, and in
tho ninety-fourth yoar of tho Indepen?
dence of tho Unitod States of America.
ROBEBT K. SCOTT, Governor.
P. L. OABDOZO, Secretary of Stato.
Juno 9 2
J?" Republican, Missionary Record and
Southern Celt, Charleston, and Laureuaville
Herald copy twice.
Fine Gold Watches
GF all descriptions, for Ladies
aud Gentlemen, for salo at
Ono door North of Mesara.
Scott ic Williams' Banking House. Doc IC
Hungry people, go to Pollock's.
> . ~ c.-,. Delinquent Land Li t
'^F'lexington County, for the yeara 1808 and
Alewiao, Ephraim', 1?8 acresi 1869
Alewino, David; 30 acree, 186?
Bickley, John M. 60 acree, 18?>8
Bright, Susannah, 34 acres, 1808
Boleo, EBon, 800 acres, 1868
Busbeo, John, 350 acreB, 1868
Buaboe, Pleasant, 900 acres, 1863
Bonknight, J W, 08 acres, 1869
Baker, Jacob, 800 acres, 1869
Banks, Jacob L, 35 acres, 1869
Bowen, Wm M and M M. 411 acres, 1869
BloodBWorth, Stacee, 100 acres, 1569
Brooker, Wm, 156 acroB, 1863-9
Busbeo, cslato Wado, 100 acres, 1863-9
Doulwaro, Ooo W, 10 acres, 1308-9
batea, A D, 50 acreB, 1869
Blakeley, J M, 4,117 aerea, 18GS 9
Boozer, J N, administrator, 62 acree, 1869
Baggot, H L. 17C acres, 1809
Bales, John P, 4'.0 acres, I860
Coogler, Mrs A S, 64 acres, 1863
Cook, James W, 500 acres, 1808
Clocus, Honry, 113 acros, 1869
Coogler, Mathian, 146 acres, 1969
Cooper, Honry W, 721 acres, 1869
Crout, ostato Lewis, 256 acres, 1309
Cromer, Mrs Julia, 129 aerea, 1869
\ Carter, D L, 152 acres, 1869
Carter, Mrs Mary, 30 acres, 1869
Callum, Sarah, 1,100 acres. 1868-9
Cheeks, R H, 200 acres, 1869
Cook, Clariaey, 700 acres, 18G9
Clark, T O, 36 acres. 1869 -,
Caugbman, Emanuel, 400 acres, 1869
Corder, Emanuel M, 20 acres, 1869
Clapman, Wm M, 110 acres, 1809
Crim, OBtato Oodfrey, 226 acies, 18G9
Crini, J T, 200 aerea, 1869
Corley, William, 3 aerea, 1869
Cromer, James A, agent, 100 acres, 18G9
Coogler, Josoph, 8 acres, 1869
Crim, Mra Margaret, 112 acros, 1868
Clemons, John, 67 acres, 1869
Cha vis. Mary, 50 aerea, 1869
DraftB, Daniel, administrator, 200 acres, 1369
Davis, Wm, senior, 10 acres, 1869
Drafts, Samuel, 1 lot and ll acres, 1869
Derrick, Joabua A, 100 acros, 1869
Dooley, J R, 87 acree, 18G8-9
Dominick, estate Henrv, 2,. ?0 acres, 1869
Eichelberger, Mrs H, 222 acres, 1864
Folk, David, 187 acres, 1868
Friday, Thomas M, 1,500 acres, 1869
Fisher & Wheeler, 1,104 acres, 1369
Friday, estate S D, 224 acres, 1869
Friday, Robert, 1,500 acres, 1869
Furtick, Flonry, :J42 acres, 1869
Furtiek, Mrs Mary, 610 acres, 1868 -9
Goodwin, Lewis, 60 acres, 1869
Gant, Ravine! A V V R Jeffcoat, 712 acreB, 1866
Gunter, Lewis, 105 acres, isos
Geiger, James, 24 acres, ison
Gunter, Maston. 80 acres, 18(59
Gunter, Mrs Lidia, 100 acres, 1S09
Gaul, Eliza, 322 acres, 1869
(?c igor, Elizabeth B, 2,274 acres, lst'.O
Geiger, William, Bonier, 750 acres, 1?69
Griffith, Mrs Elizabeth, 15 acres, 1869
Guignard, J S and J G, 1,740 acres, 18C9
Gunter, Lelix, 143 acres, 180!?
Gable, Godfrey, 500 acres. 1809
Gant, Mrs Caroline, 1,500 acres, 1S69
Hook, Allen, 49 acres, I860
Harman, Godfrey, Jr, 40 acres. 1809
Hendrix, H E. 1 lot, 1869
Hall, Jeremiah, 200 acres, 1S69
Huttu, James E, agent, 230 acres, 1369
Hutto, Henry V, 869 acres, 1809
hutto, James E, 150 aerea, 1809
Hardy, J H, 100 acree, 1869
Heckle, Marion, 127 acres, 1809
Udler, Mrs M M, 50 acres, 1808-9
Itali, Jerome, 90 acres, 1868-9
Hallinan, Dayid, 200 acres, ls>;?
Hall, Alfred, 102 acree, 1869
Haltiwangcr, Mrs Ann M, lt?) acres, 1309
Honald, Daniel P, 32 acres, lni'.l
Hook, estate David, 83 acres, 1869
Heath, ostato F B, 1,035, 1868-9
Harman, Mrs Charlotte, 135 acres, 1369
Harman, M H, 2 lots, 1804
Harman, M H, 1 lot. ISO'.?
Israel, Wiley, IA acres, 1863-9
Jeffcoat, Mary 15, 100 acres, 186 '
Johnsou, W W, 10 acres, lids
Jacobs, Lapon T, 70 acres, 1869.
Jerry, Lewis, 35 acres, 180'.?
Jorrv, Daniel, 40 acres, 1809
Johnson, W W, 258 acres, 1869
Jeffcoat, Daniel J, 420 acres, 1HC9
Jones, ostato J P, 821 acres. 1969
Jacobs, Wm A, 65 acres, 1809
Jones, Sinkin, 4 acres, 186S-9
Jones, Lewis P, 4,300 acreB, I860
Kinley, estate Hilliard. 240 acres, 1=G0
Knccce, Mrs Mary C. 6-10 acres, 1869
Kestler, W A. 120 acres, 1868
Roon, Mrs Sarah, 50 acres, 1SG8
Kinsler, estate J J, 836 acres, 1863
Kneece, Mrs Lidia, 160 acres, 1303
Kcstler, W A, 330 acres, 186!?
Kneece, David, 150 acres, 1809
Kneece Vinyard, 25 acres, 1869
Kelly, Jacob S, 150 acres, 1808 -9
Kaminer, Tbos L, 250 acres, 1809
Koon, James D, 38 acres, 1869
Koon, J II A J C Hopo, 100 acres, 1869
Keisler, M B and R F, 569 acres, IdOvt
Keisler, Jool Jr, 1,400 acres. 1869
Liudler, Kizier, 167 acres, 1868-9
Lewie, James lt, 3,160 acres, 1309
howman, W W, 104 acres, 1869
Lybranco, Sim R, 8S acres, 1869
Long, Mrs Martha, 22 acres, I860
Long, John A, 144 acres, 1609
Landy, Jacob, 35 acres, 1869
Long, D E, 33 acres, 1869
Lawson, Drury, 145 acres, I860
Lucus, Rebecca, 208 acres, IS? 0
L?rick, J H, 460 acros, 1808-9
Moats, John, Sr. 136 aeres, 1S09
Mathiar, Edwards, 274 acres, 1865
Mack, W B, 700 acree, 1869
McCarlha, Mrs M C, 107 acres, 1869
Merchant, Mrs Charlotte, 2 acres, liG?-9
Mayrants, Mrs F H, 640 acres. 1868-9
M obie v, Jeremiah, 000 acros, 1?I63-*J
Mack, Misa Ann, lOO acres, 1*03-9
Norman, G F, 256 acres, 1808
Norwood and Cochran, 1,100 acre-, 18<*8
Nichols, Willis, 25 acres, 1M69
Nichols, Mrs M B, 50 acres, 1369
Neece, airs Lidio, 250 acres, ISO's
O'Briaut. Sarah, 28 acres, 1H08
ott, LaFayette, 30 acres, 1869
Boozer, Bonjamiu, 50 acree, 18t;;> .
Pluukct, Peter B, 375 acree. 1869
Bool, Wm li, 184 acres, 1?69
Boozer. Ccphne,102 acres. 1869 9
Brice, Wm, 1,438 acres, 1809
Rust, Est F AL 182 acree, 1863
Ruckci, Uro R, 130 acres, 1309
Rhinoheart, Churchwell A, 100 acres, V.Q$
Kisinger, Mrs Lenora, 250 acres, lsO'j
Hoof, J 1) Guard, 274 acres, 1809
Bust, Est Fred M, 182 acres, 1800
Ricard, Charles A, 226 acres, 1869
Rawls, J J, 100 acree, 1869
Biddlo, Eat Lewie, 926 acres, 1803-9
Shnrh, Calvin R, 136 acres, 1869
Sightler, Geo W Sen, 118 acree, 18C9
Shooley, E, 1 acre, 1869
Shuniport, J A, 70 acres, 1869
Shall, John W, 250 acres, IMO'.)
Speigner, W P, 17 acres, 1809
Summer, L H, 100 acres, 1868
Sharp, Jacob Sr, 50 acres, 18C8
Sharp, Phillip, 100 acres, 1863-9
Sharp, P B, 50 acres, 1309
Shull, Mrs E, 289 acres, 1369
Sightler, John. 100 acres, 1369-9
Smith, J F, 250 acroB, 1868-9
Smith, L B, 250 acreB. 1808 9
Smith, Malcov, 901) acree, 1868-9
Smith, Miss M ?, 250 acres, 1863-9
Smith. Miss M E, 250 acres. 1868-9
Sprawlor, E C. 129 acres, 1868-9
Sawyor, Wm E Sr, 346 acres, 18C9
Sharp, Elizabeth, 49acres, 1869
Seastrunk, Daniel, 12 acres, 1869
Stone. David, 82 acres, 1868-9
Soo, Henry, 49 acres, 1869
Sawyer, Whitfield H, 350 acres, IfG)
Sightler. Joseph M.840 acres, 1869
Spires, Amos, 110 acres, 1869
Spires, Mrs Mary Ann, 140 acres, 18C9
Spires, John W, 212 acres, i869
Smith, Ivy E, 250 acreB, 1869
Smith, John P, 350 acres, 1869
Smith, Mrs Mariah T, 70 acros, 1869
Smith, Mrs L, 171 acres, 1869
8pires, W W, 100 acres, 18G9
Summer, M?as Mary A, 32 acres, 1809
Sultan. Dennis, 102 acres, 18C0
Soaso, Est John, 532 acres, 1859
Sultan, Phillip, G acres, 18G9
Taylor, John, 210 acres, 1868
Taylor, J J, 135 acres, 1868
Taylor, David Sr, 87 aores, 1869
Taylor, William L, 1,400 acres, 1869
Tager, John A, 50 acroB, 1868-9
Taylor, Isoiu Q, 135 acree, 1869
Wilkorson, Ilcpsey, 31 acres, 1808
Wilson, John Jr, 104 acres, 1869
Wimberly, Edward, 1,100 acres, 1869
Wessinger, James L, 353 acres, I860
Williamson, Charles, 500 acres, 1809
Williamson, Caroline, 256 acres, 1860
Williamson, Thomas, 072 acres, 186!)
Witt, W P, 125 acres, 1869
Witt, Jacob F, 100 acres, I860
Williamson, Mrs M A, 14 acres, 1S69
Wilson, Mrs Mahala, 5 acres, 1869
Wyse, Mrs Caroline lt, 376 acres, 1869
Notice is hereby given that tho whole of the
several parcels, lots and parts of lots of real
estate described in tho preceding list, or so
much thereof as will ho necessary to pay the
taxes, penalties and assessments charged
thereon, will bo sold by tho Treasurer of
Lexington County, South Carolina, at his
office in said County, on the second TUESDAY,
14th of Juno, A. D\ 1870, unless said taxes,
assessments and penalties be paid boforo that
time; and such salo will he continued from
day to day, until all of said parcels, lots and
parti of lots of real estate shall bo sold or
offered for sale. J. H. HENDRIX.
Jnne 2 tbs4 Auditor of said County.
OUR POPULAR SALES
DRY GOOD S
COMMENCES FEOM THIS DATE
WITH STILL LOWER BASIS OF
Another invoico of those
Cool, Comfortable unit ChcapLtncn Suits
Having lately replenished the
That branch of our business offers superior
inducements to the Trade; and wo are pleased
to lenoir we have made no idle promises.
W. D. LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building.
W. I). LOVE. B. B. M'CREUllV.
May _>2 _
Must be Sold!!
WE have about f 10.000 in CLOTH?
ING, more than wo can realize on
this Spring, aud we are anxious to
get rid of some of it, and will sell
VERY CHEAP for that purpose.
Our stock is tho largest, in our
line, that has ever been brought
to this city. Handsome Goods,
and bought right. Large lino of
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS AND CLOTHING. New
Styles of MEN S "VENTILATOR
Bose Fitting SHIRTS. It is now
generally admitted that we aro
making to order THE FINEST
CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS IN
THE STATE. Call and examine
It. A XV. C. SWAFFIKLD.
April 17 _
93* How Lost! How Ilestored!
Just published, inn seabed envelope. Priced els.
A LECTURE ON THE NATURAL TREAT?
MENT, and Radical Curo of Spermatorrhea or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions,
Sexual Debility, and Impediments to Marriage
generally; Nervousness, Consumption, Epi?
lepsy, and Fits; Mental and Physical Inca?
pacity, resulting from Solf Abuse, Ac, by
Robt. J. Culverwcll, M. D., author of the
"Green Book," Ac.
"A Boos TO THOUSANDS OK SUFFERERS."
Sont under seal, in a plain envolopo, to any
addross, post-paid, on rccoipt of six cents, or
twopostarre stamps, bv CHAS. J. C. KLINE
.fe CO., ?!*7 Bowery, S trw York, Post <>m< <
Also Dr. Culverwell's "Marriago Guide,'
prico 25 couts. May 3 3mo
Bay to the Best Advantage.
w. A,"CA1RR"& CO..
Bridge street, near Gates,
SELL GOODS as Cheap, if notCheap
3p|j|or than any house iu Columbia. Give
Qjthoni a trial. _ March 10
WE havo iii atoro 250 dozen of Brade's
heavy Crown Steel HOES, Brado'a Light
Steel Hoes and Riveted Eyes. Ebvoll's Picks
and Planters' Hoes, manufactured near Bir?
mingham, England, for our trade, and paid
for with gold at 11J to 12] per cont, proruium,
and wo confidently say wo ;aro moparod to
suit tho market. LOWRANCE & CO.
Guns and Ammunition.
JUST received by William Glaze, fino Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, fine Eng?
lish Powder, in CaniaterB, Shotand Caps, of all
kind. Ono door North of Meesrs. Scott, Wil?
liams .fe Oo.'s Bunking House._Deo 16
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho best manner, by first claBS workmen,
ENGRAVING finely exocutod. .
Bec 16 WILLIAM GLAZE.
Corn Slightly Damaged.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON MONDAY MORNING NEXT, at 10 o'clock,
I will ucl), before my Store, woatbor permit
700 Buehola CORN, slightly damaged, on
board cara. Salo poaitivo and a chanco for
speculation. Termo cash. June 10 3
Bargains ! Bargains X X
Tho placo to get them is at
C. F. JACKSON'S
DRY OOODS HOUSE,
MAIN S TH EE T,
CALL and eeo tho Bargain Table, and take
a choice of any articlo for 25 cents, worth
Another choice for 50 cents, worth $1.00.
And still anothor choico for $1.00. worth
Now is tho time to get good bargains, as
the stock must bo sold. C. F. JACKSON.
Headquarters Dry Goods Division,
COLUMBIA, S. C., JUNE 3, 1870.
GENERAL ORDER NO. 1,
Go to S. W. Porter <? Co. for Bargains.
OUR conntors aro now actually groaning
beneath tho heavy woight of fresh DRY
GOODS just to hand, per steamer, from New
York. Wo propuso to diminish this stock
about ono half, before tho first of July next;
and in order to accomplish this end wo know
wo must soil cheap. The enemy, "Dull Times,"
is upon us, and must bo mot and overcome.
Wo have had many engagements with tho
same foe, and whipped him; will do so now,
let the result bo as it may. "We intend to
light it out on this line, if it takes all sum?
mer." This is no idlo jest, but a stern reality.
We aro tho only House in tho city in posses?
sion of the secret, bow to make dull times
easy; 'tis woll worth knowing. Wo commence
to-day giving gratuitous information to our
customers on this head. All wishing this
knowledge can bo accommodated by calling at
By order of S. W. PORTER A CO.
G. BARGAINS, A. A. G.
P. S.-NODO genuino except those bearing our
signature. Beware of baso imitators.
House and Lot for Sale.
NOW occupied by C. Bouknigbt. Lot ex?
tends full front on Plain street, and
about 250 foul front on Gates and Lincoln
streets, and covers nearly two (2) acres.
I House has twelve (12) largo rooms. Three (3)
I rooms have been built in tho yard lately, suit?
able for oflices. There is also upon tho lot a
COTTAGE of three (3) rooms, and other
out-houses, a largo and fine Garden. Water
and Gas throughout; is shaded by a fine and
most beautiful Grove of Trees. Tho location
is one of the most desirable in tho city, being
near thc busiuoss parts, and proper distances
from Churches, Schools and Railroad Depots.
The price will bc low, and terms oasy. Apply
to ROBERT C. SHIVER.
May 3 tnt_
IHAVE just received tho following list of
choico WINES, comprising tho finest Enro
pcau brands. This is, without doubt, the
largest and best assortment over offered in
CLAUKTS-Brandenburg Freres' Medoc,
St. Julien. Margaux, Pontet Cauet, Lallosc,
Chateau LaRoso, Grand Vin Latour, 1858;
Margaux, 1858; LaFitte, 1858.
HOCKS AND SAUTERNES.-Lanbon
beimor, Neorstcimor, Hockheimer, Marco
hrnncr, Hildesheimer, Haut Sautcrue, Haut
CHAMPAGNES-Moet A Chandon's Vor
zenay, Dry Imperial; Vin Imperial, Gieen
Seal." Bruch, Poacher & Co.'e Lac D'Or, Carte
D'Or. Sparkling Moselle.
smdituiis.-All GradeB, from house of
Wisdom A Warter, Xorss de La Frontora, in?
cluding Boino very choice "AMONTILLADO,"
worthy tho attention of connoisours.
May 15_GEOROE SYMMERS.
City Machine Works,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
aro prepared to
abio and Stationa
ary Steam Engines
. and Boilers, Saw
?Milla, Grist and
Flour Mills, Iron
and Brass Castings
of all descriptions,
Gearing Mill Irons,
Wc aro aloo Agents for Emory's Univorsal
Cotton Gina, and Goiscr'a Southorn Thrcshor
and Cleaner. Thcso machines havo no supe?
riors. Morril's Deep Well Pumps, Robert
Wood A Co's Fountain and Ornamental Iron
Works. Orders from tho country promptly
al tended to. RICHARD TOZER,
May 21 Sino ROBT. MCDOUGALL.
Biscuit, Crackers, &c.
?TA BARRELS and boxes Fresh Crackers,
fjl/ Ac, jnat reccivod sud for sale low, con
bis ting as follows:
Ginger Schnapps, Ginger Cakes,
Soda Biscuit. Butter Crackers,
Cream Biscuit, Cream Crackers,
Lomon Crackers, Egg Crackers,
And Boxes assortod Family Cracaers.
March 0 _ .T. AT. R. AGNEW.
HOOT, SHOE, HAT & TRUNK HOUSE
HAS just received a very largo and beauti?
ful stock of SPRING GOODS, selected
with great caro, wbioh will bo disposed of as
low as tho times will admit. It is enough to
say to tho public, that our buyer was in tho
market lato in tho season, and reaped tho
benefit of thc rocent and very groat decline in
prices. lu BOOTS and SHOES, I ?avo every?
thing tho oyo could fancy, and each articlo
warranted as represented. My slock of HATS
can't bc surpaasod in stylo and quality, and
will guarantee prices as low as any houso in
I havo paid special attention to my Jobbing
Stock, in both branches, and am prepared to
offer raro inducements to tho trade.
Be sure to call ono door North of Columbia
Hotol, as early as possible, and aocuro bar?
gains. A. SMYTHE.
Threshing Machines--Reaping Ma?
chines, Horse Powers,
ON hand and for salo at manufacturer's
prices, adding freight.
April 14 LOWRANCE A CO.
300 Barrels Flour.
FOR sale by
March 2 LOWRANCE A CO.