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BOMBAY, June 13.-Advices
varions Indiau ports report the cl
PARIS, June 13.-The following de?
spatch from Borne, dated Saturday, bael
been received hore: The discussion of I
the infallibility dogma continues in the|
(Ecumenical Council. During the de?
bate, Dupanloup energetically combotted
any exaggeration of the rights of the
Pope. Seventy-two fathers signified
their intention to speak against infalli?
bility. Of these, fifteen ave of French
The members of tho International So
oiety of Workmen, who were arrested on
suspioion of being implicated in the late
plot against the nation and the life ol
the Emperor, will bavo their preliminary
examination before a tribunal on Satur?
day next, and be released on giviug bail.
The sessions of the High Court will be?
gin at Bloisou, on tho 18th of July.
MADRID, June 13.-In tho Cortes, on
Saturday, Prim, in reply to a question,
said the Government had sought a can?
didate for the throne, but thus far, in
vain. He felt confident, however, that
within the next three months, one would
be found. He deemed it necessary to
otate, further, that bo did not mean Al?
fonzo; while he knew there was a gone
ral feeling of anxiety on account of this]
unsettled state of affairs, he did not ap?
prehend any disorder.
LISBON, JUUO 13.-Advices from thel
Argentine Republic announce tho defeat!
of the insurgents in a sharp battle, near|
WASHINGTON, D. C., June 12.-The
President orders the release of tho Cuban
steamer Hornet to the original owners,
upon bond in $50,000. B. P. Butler and
Wm. E. Chandler are bondsmen, that
she will not be used in violation of the
neutrality laws. The value of the stearn-^
er and property released is 8100,000.g
The Hornet was tho Cuban privateer
which put into Wilmington for coal.
$20,000 in 10's have been stolen from
WASHINGTON, Juno 13.-Thornton has?
reooived instructions to thauk Grant for
the Fenian interference. Tho despatch
expresses the English hope that the]
Fenians bo punished. It is understood
tho Administration will allow the courte
to deal with tho Feuiaus.
Bed Cloud holds that the forts in his
country only brought mischief, bj
whiskoy, abuse of squaws aud other bad
work. He gave assurauces that the
Sioux would not commence war. Tht
Indians are much depressed and dis?
satisfied, and councils held hero do not
encourage tho hope of a peaceful solu?
tion. The fiunl council was held to-day.
Red Cloud asked for seventeen horses,
to carry himself and companions home
from tho end of tho railroad. Cox
could not promise horses, but would
give presents. Red Cloud replied, he
wa3 not angry, but if horses were denied,
be wanted no presents, with au expres?
sion of fortitude and dofiauce, that he)
was boru naked. Persons acquainted
with Indian councils and character, pre
diet an early and serious Indian war.
In the House, after the introduction!)
of a number of unimportant bills, Davis
introduced and moved tho previous]
question, on a bill to ameud tho natu
ralization laws, providing for punish
ment of false swoariug in application
and of false personation aud the uso or
possession of forged records or cortifi
cates; also, giving the United States]
Courts jurisdiction of all such offences;
under a suspension of the rules, the bill
passed by a strict party vote. Stoke
introduced a bill to remove all political
disabilities; on a division, it was defeat
ed by a large majority.
Internal reveuue receipts to-duv, over]
Tho President bas returned.
It is reported here that a negro sue
ceedsDewees, from North Carolina.
Two negroes appointed to West Point,
have been rejected for physical and intel
8 P. M.--Thc Seunte occupied all day
on apportionments. The discussion was
contiuued to-night. A vote will be
reached in a few hours. It is supposed
tho Senate will pass the House bill, with
Tho majority of the sub-committee ol
the Sonate, ou tho Memphis and El Paso
Railroad, made a report, concluding ns
follows: From the best examination that
we have been able to make of tho facts,
and the laws of Texas, our conclusions
are, that tho Memphis and El Paso Rail?
road Company is an existing corpora
tion, with tho right of way across the
State of Texas; and that it has valid
laud grants of sixteen sections to the]
mile, to be selected out of tho public
lands of Texas, without auy special re-]
In tho House, the following Republi
cans voted to suspend tho rules, to pass
a general bill removing disabilities
Buckby, Dockery, Fitch, Pierce, Platt,
Sargeut, Stokes, Tillman, Morton. It
was defeated 50 to 111. Butler moved
the Georgia bill, which was defeatod
120 to 38. The river and harbor bill
was considered and passed; it goes tn the
Senate. Tho features of tho bill hav
been telegraphed. The mouth of the
Mississippi gets 8300,01)0; tho falls of
tho Ohio River 825U.O0O; the amount
for tho Tennessee River increased to
830,000; 850,000 given to Mobile harbor
and bay. Thc Speaker laid before the]
Houso a messago from tho President of
tho United States, condemnatory of the
atrocious mauuer in which tho conflict
in Cuba is carried ou, ou both sides,
representing that tho object of the]
Cubans, who urge their recognition as
belligerents, is to embroil the Uuited
States in a war with Spain; declaring bis]
inability to soe, in the present condition
of tho contest in Cuba, theso elomonts
wero required to condlituto war in the
sonso of international, and inviting tho
attentiou of Congress to all the relations
and bearings of tbe question in connec?
tion with a declaration of neutrality,
and granting of belligerent rights. The
message having been read, Banks,
Chairman of the Committee on Foreign
Affairs, moved it belaid on the table and
printed. Judd, a member of that com?
mittee, suggested its reference to the
Committee on Foreign Affairs. Banks
said that question had been fully con?
sidered by that committee, and they had
made a report, which was to como up to?
morrow. Cox regarded that the limitation
of tho President's right to mako a com?
munication to Congress, was, that ht
might from time to time givo it informa?
tion as to the state of the Uniou, but ho
regarded this message as an attack on the
report mado by tho gentleman from
Massachusetts, ("Banks,") and it should
be, as iu tho caso ot ex-Presideut
Andrew Johnson's message, laid ou the
table, without reference to a committee.
Banks said he had not made the motion
in tho spirit to which the gentleman
from Now York referred. It was thi
usual course to lay the message on thi
table, and have it printed. Dawes sug?
gested that after the remarks of tho gen?
tleman from Ohio, it would not bo re?
spectful to lay tho message on the tublo.
Banks modified his motion aud moved
the reference of the message to the Com?
mittee on Foreigu Affairs. Cox moved
to lay the message on tho table-nega?
tived. The message was then referred to
the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Ad
The city of Mendoza, Argentino Con?
federation, wns destroyed by au earth?
quake, March 24. Loss of life not
CHARLESTON, S. C., June 13.-Arrived,
steamship Tennessee, Now York.
ST. LOUIS, June 13.-The Indinus in?
habiting Indian Territory bad a meeting
and adopted an address to the President
and people of the United States, ex?
pressive of amity, but adherence to
treaties and opposition to the territorial
bill aud railroad grants.
NEW ORLEANS, June 13.-Judge Brad?
ley's decree, ou Saturday, against the
monopoly of tho pretentious slaughter?
house compauy, had a disastrous effeot
on its stock-dropping from 30 to 18.
McComb and tho new Board was victo?
rious in the Eighth District Court,
against Beauregard and tho old Board,
for management of tho Jackson Railroad.
Robert Wynne, accidentally injured on
Saturday, by the Ponchartrain Railroad,
Crop prospects generally are favorable,
though there has been too much rain iu
GALVESTON, Juno 13.-A special, from
Austin, dated tho 3d, saj-s tho Southern
Pacific Railroad bill passed the Senate
to-day-21 to 5. It is thought it will
pass the Rouse, aud receive the Gover?
nor's signature this week. The bill grants
i?lG,000 to tho mile, and is the most
popular bill beforo tho Legislature.
FINANCIAL AND COAI9IEI1CIAL.
NEW YORE, Juue 13-Noon.-Stockt
weak. Money 4(?5. Exchange-lone
}%; short 10.'.,'. Gold 13. Bonds VI.
L'euuessec'8, ex-coupon, G2;new GI; Vir?
ginia's, ex-coupon, G8'.<; now G7; Louisi
ma's, old.TG1.; ; new 71; levee G's 7-1; 8'i
)2?.?; Alabama 8's 101; 5's 73,'.?; Goorgii
Vs 88; 7's 051.,'; North Caro?iua's, old
i8}?\ now 21}4'; South Carolina's, old
)2; new 82. Wheat dull, aud l@2o
ower. Coru and flour dull and dedin
ing. Pork quiet, at 30.50. Lard quiet
obis. 1G(?18. Cotton dull and lower
sales IOU bales-middling uplands 22
?ricans 22} X. Freights lirra.
7 P. M.-Money 4(?5. Sterling 9 s,
39#. Gold 12%@12?.i. Government
lull and lower-G2's 11??. Southern
generally uuchauged. Cotton dull; sale
1,000 bales-uplands 217". Flour dui
iud declining-super 5.25(^5.40; South
ern common to fair extra G.25(?7.0(J
Wheat 2(?3e. lower-winter red and am
ber Western 1.43c? 1.45. Corn dull am
lower-now mixed Western 1.00(o 1.05
Pork firmer, at 30.G2@30.75. Lan
firmer. Whiskey uuchauged. Freight
BALTIMORE, June 13.-Flour active
winter higher; Howard street superflu
5.00(?5.50. Wheat firmer and ur
changed. Corn-white 1.17(7/1.18; ve
low 1.08. Oats G0(7/G2. Pork fir ni", ?
31.00. Bacon firm-shoulders l l. Lar
IG'..(o 17,'j. Whiskey better, at 1.04(?
CINCINNATI, June 13.-Flour dull, bi
not lower. Coru dull and declining
Whiskey dull, but unchanged, at 1.02(
1.03. Pork quiet, at 30.00(i/,30.50. Bi
cou unchanged, and light demand
shoulders 13 >.,'; clear sides 17Lai
held at IG.'.,.' *
CHARLESTON, Juno 13.-Cottou du
and easier-middling 20 ''., ; sales Gu bale
receipts 210; exports coastwise 804; stoi
AcfiUSTA, Juno 13.-Cotton mark
quiet and weak; sales 128 bales-mi
'dlings 19?.i@20; receipts 12.
SAVANNAH, June 13.-Cottou inactive
middling 20^@20J?; sales 110 bah
receipts 710; stock 22,689.
?MOBILE, Juno 13.-Cotton dull-mi
diing 201 .j ; sales 400 bales; roceipts 41
NEW ORLEANS, Juno 13.-Cotton di
aud lower-middling 20%', eales 1,0
bales; stock 24,639. Flour Armor,
^.OOOjiG.OO. Corn dull-mixed 1.10
1.15. Pork 31.25. Bacon dull-shoi
Jers li'.,(?18; hams 21. Sugar ll'.,
ll'.;. Molasses 65@75. Whiskey 47'..'
1.1(1 Coileo dull-primo 17 I.,(?,17,':J
GALVESTON, June 13.--Cotton wei
but iu fair demand-good ordinary 17,
sales 500 bales; receipts 255; sto
LONDON, Juno 13-Noon.-Cous
923.,. Bonds 89 %,
PARIS, June 13.-Tho Bourse opel
dull-rentes 74f. G5c.
HAVRE, Juno 13.-Cotton opel
quiet, at 120@122, spot and afloat.
LIVERPOOL, Juno 13-Noon.-Cotl
opened quiet-uplands 10>.<@10?u; I
LivEnrooL, June 13-3 P. M.-Cott
Mr. Anthony; W. Dozier, formerly ofj
Georgetown, died nt Bio Vista, Califor?
nia, on the 2d instant. The Georgetown
Times says thnt he "held a lending posi?
tion nt tho Georgetown bar for more
than twenty years, in thoso dnys when
Petigru, Hunt, Legare and Bailey, were
regular attendants on tho court, and was
justly held in high regard and esteem by
tho people of this community. Ho pos?
sessed all thoso noblo qualities and feel?
ings which dignified tho name of an old
Tho Spanish authorities were more
cuuning than tho Greoks. Thoy paid
tho rausom demanded for tho English
captives, and after securiug tho safety
of those persons, attacked tho brigands,
ruptured or killed them, and took the
ransom money back. This way of tran?
sacting business will make brigandage
A private despatch received by a busi?
ness houso iu New York brings tho in?
telligence that Guzman Blanco, tho now
President of Venezuela, after tho over?
throw of Mouagas, marched on Porto
Cabello and captured it. Tho port ol
Maracaibo is closed at present to com?
Bev. Mrs. Phebe A. nnusford was in?
stalled yesterday as pastor of the Uui
vorsalist Church of Now Haveu. The
services were unique. Hymns writton
by Julia Howe and Ellen E. Miles were
sung, tho installation prayer was made
by Bev. Mrs. Olympia Brown, and the
sermon was preached by Bev. Dr. Cha
SAVED nv A WATERFALL..-Last Mon?
day O. H. Baynor, a livery-stable keeper
in Helena, Ark., whilo drunk, shot hie
wifo in tho back of her head. Think?
ing ho had killed her, ho placed his
pistol to his forehead and blew out hie
brains. His wife was only stunned, the
ball having been imbedded iu hor water?
AN OUTRAGE.-One Benjamin Michaol,
an alinclie of tho County Treasurer's
office in Chester, seized a horse under n
tax execution last Sunday, at Harmony
Church, in that County; but, by the re?
monstrance of certain parties, was in?
duced to forego his purpose and relense
Dr. L. M. DoSaussnrc, of Camden,
died on Tuesday morning last. Bufore
the war, Dr. DeSauBSuro was one of the
leadiug physicians of Beaufort. He re?
moved to Camden when Beaufort was!
occupied by Federal troops, and had ob i
tained a largo professional practice at
General O'Neill has resolved to bring
suit against tho Government, claiming
ilUO.OUO damages for arresting him on
foreign territory, without authority.
The General has au oye to business.
He. failed in his raid ou Canada, and
now ho is going to try his hand on Uucle
A subterranean outlet to tho Great
Salt Lako has been found opposite
Corinne, Utah Territory, and between
Fremont and Kimball islands. A party
of scientific men will leave Corinne im?
mediately on tho steamer Kate Conner to
investigate tho great wonder.
Tho Laureu8villo constabulary arrested
on Monday last, Mr. N. B. Ward, Super?
intendent of the Continental Hotel, un?
der a ohargo that ho declined tho colored
constables "tho equality under tho law,"
nt his bar. Bail was furnished.
Gooso-egg hail has fallen iu Georgin.
Et remained on the ground unmelted
eight days. Tho Jefferson towns-people
luxuriated on punches, etc., manufac?
tured from native ice.
Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight,
when properly combined, makes the
most powerful blood purifier known.
Ask for DR. TUTT'S. J5
Capt. Georgo H. Pouncey, of Marlbo?
ro, died on the 2!)th iustaut, nt thc resi?
dence of Mr. G. H. Cuuuon, Oak Grove,
Marion County, S. C.
If you consult your welfare, fail not
to read the advertisement headed "BAD
WE BEG TO INFORM OUR NUMEROUS
friends nnd customers that wc have so arranged
mr Goods and Counters that thcro will not be
the slightest inconvenience in making pur
-.bases while the alterations in our storo arc
Wc would advise parties at a distance, who
cannot personally select goods, to send tie
their orders and we will most certainly please
in both quality and prices, or return the
Wc ship hy Express "C. O. D." or as direct?
ed. .Still further reductions in prices. The
stock must be cleared.
Juno l-l_ J. H. A M. L. KIN ARD.
Steam Mill for Sale.
THE subscriber, having removed to his new
shop, olTers his GRIST and FLOUR MILL
for salo or rent, to an approved customer.
All thc abovo is in good working ordor. For
further particulars, apply to
Juno 12 ? RICHARD TOZER.
TflRESIIERH, (capacity 3G0 bushels por
day,) in complete order; also, 1 Reaper,
?villi Mower attachniont. Tho Machines arc
?hst class mako, and will bo sold at a bargain.
Apply to H. H. SPENCER,
Juno 10 0 Central Hotol.
Irrf? BUSHELS primo Clay Cow Peas, for
i O aced, for sale by E. HOPE.
CINCINNATI PRODUCE AND PROVISIONS
MARKET-Reported by Morris & Beid,[
Provision Brokers. -CINCINNATI, Omo.l
June 8, 1870.-Provisions-tho market|
ia more aotive and prices of nil descrip?
tions olose firm. Mess pork-solos of 8501
barrels at 80.00 for city packed, all onl
the market at that taken; country nomi-|
nally 25@50c. les.?. Bulk moats-mode?
rato salo of shoulders at 12; and of ribl
lidos nt 15, loose; clear rib and clear|
sides aro firm, ut 15>o@16, loose. Ba?
con-shoulders sold "at 13.%; clear rib
sides at 16%, IC 4-10 and 10.??, and clear
sides at 17'^, packed, and tho offerings
at close light. Hams-sugar-cured 20(?;
21, canvussed aud paoked, as to brand;
second picklo sold at 18,'.i; plain at 18,
Icanvassed and packed. Lard-city ket
tied leaf IC, in tierces, and all on thel
market at that figuro was taken, but tin j'
lemand was satisfied; country ]5?.?.
Hay-Timothy, No. 1, 1G.firstname.lastname@example.org per|
ton, and low grades email@example.com per ton.
Oats-rejected 53@54; No. 2 55@5G;|
No. 1 58(ai59, and white G1@G3 perl
bushel. Whiskey-old process 1.01(2.]
1.05 per gallon, in wooden and iron?
bound packages; market quiet; pntent|
1.00 por gallon. Corn-market irregu?
lar and unsottled; mixed car not saleable!
over S4, but holders not willing to accept!
that; whito ear sold at 94; strict yellowj
bold at 07, with small sales of shelled nt|
that figuro; puro white, including gun?
nies, 1.05 per bushel. Flour-the de?
mand is mainly for local use, aud dealers!
aro unwilling to take hold of tho advance,j
except when obliged to replenish stocks;
holders are indifferent, and tho outside]
figures aro gonerally asked, but tho de?
mand quiet only at tho inside rates. Wei
quoto winter flour-family 5.90@G.25;S
extra firstname.lastname@example.org; superflue 5.25(<?5.'i0;|
iud low grades email@example.com; spring flouij
5.25(30.00, ns to quality and brand.
Is a Recent Improvement.
REPLACES thc uso of tho BITTER SUL?
PHATE QUININE, with which all arc|
[familiar. Dote for dose, it is
WARRANTED FULLY EQUAL
iu every way
TO BITTER QUININE,
and, like it, is tho one
|Great, Positive, and Unfailing Cure|
DISEASES OF MALARIOUS ORIGIN.
|Fcv?:r und Amit.
lind the long train of disorders following these
made sololy from Peruvian Earle, (so i?
1Ditter Quinine,) therefore is of vegetable
irigin, and not a Mineral poison, but on the
.ontrary, is proved to be. one of the clcnioute
found in thc blood of all healthy persons.
icts as an untidoto to, as well aa a cure for,
malarial or miasmatic poison, thc absorption
>f which by thc lungra causes Intermittent
Fevers, etc. The only advantages claimed
I iver the uao of old bitter Quinine, is tht
-rn tiro absence of that intenao, persistent bit
Itemosa, which iu the latter is an insurmounta?
ble obetaclo to ita uao with most persons, and
always with children.
in two forms-in Powder, for tho uso ot
|lMiysicians and Druggists, and Fluid, for uar
n tho family and for tho general public.
STEARN'S, FARR & CO.,
Manufacturing Chemists, New York
June 11 Rituo_
WE beg to tender our thanks to thc nu?
merous patrons of LOWRANCE A CO.,
Ifor their past support, and pledge them, ar
I sr have made additions to our capital and in
:reascd our facilities, to servo their interests
sven moro faithfullv than heretofore.
Wc have MARKED DOWN all bf our Shelf
Hardware and Fancy Groceries, and are DK
rEUMlNEU to clean out our stock at low prices,
io aa to ho aldo to FILL UP WITH FRESH
GOODS AT LOWER RATES THAN CAN DE
HAD ELSEWHERE. Give us a trial, and yon
will be convinced. Orders from the up-coun?
try solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed.
June 12_LOBRICK A LOWRANCE
IX COMMON FLEAS.
|Bronncn, Carroll A Co., ft al. vs. Henry P. De-|
Oraaf, Executor, et al.
ITJURSUANT to Hie onler of Court in thu
|J_ case, tho creditors of William Hitchcock,
?leceascd, aro required to prove their dabin
before me, on or before the FIRST MONDAVI
in July nest. D. R. MILLER,
Jone 14 19_ C. C. C.
Headquarters Bry Goods Division,
COLUMIHA, s. c., JUNE 3, 1870.
\GENEEAL ORDER XO. 1,
Gu to S. ll'. Porter A- Co. for Bargains.
\f\CIl countera are now actuallv groaning!
|yy beneath the heavy weight of fresh DRY!
?iOODS jual to baud, per steamer, from Nevi
York. Wo propose to diminish thia stock'
ibont ono half, before tho lirat of July next:
.mdin order to accomplish this end wc knowl
wo must sell cheap. Thc enemy, "Dull Times,' [
is upon us, and must bo mot" and overcome
Wc have had many engagements with thi|
Hame foe, and whipped him; will do so now.
let the result be aa it may. "Wc intend to
light it out on thia lino, if it takca all sum?
mer." This is no idle jest, but a stern reality.
Wo aro tho only House in thc city in posses-|
.non of tho secret, how to make dull liuioi
easy; "tia well worth knowing. Wo commenci
to-day giving gratuitous information to onr|
HUS tom ors on this head. All wishing t li ir
Sknowledge can be accommodated by calling atf
By order of S. W. PORTER A CO.
G. BAHOAINS, A. A. G.
P. S.-NOBO genuine except those hearing om]
|iignalure. Beware of base imitators.
Hams, Beef Tongues.
lOAfi SUGAR-CURED Orange llama.
\u\J\J 1,000 lbs. Breakfast bacon.
500 lbs. F M Smoked Tongues.
10 halfbbls. PicklodBcefand Fork.
May gC _ For salo by E. HOPE.
Stocks and Bonds,
\ri OLD AND KILVER,
|vJT Bank Note?, Coupons,
County Claims, Jury Certiticatea, Mutilated
Ijurrency. Ac, Ac. Bought and sold by
D. GAM1JRILL, Broker,
lOflico Columbia Hotel Building, Main stree t.
May lt) 3mo
O C\f\f\ BUSH. PRIME WHITE CORN,
??\J\J\J which will bo aold at lowest
market price, for cash, at
May 4 HARDY SOLOMON'S.
St. Mary's School,
RALEIGH, N. C.
Hight Rev. THOS. ATKINSON, D.D., Visitor.
Rev. A LD EUT 8MEDES, D. D., Boctor.
Rov. BENNETT SMEDES, A. M., Assistant.
#THE fifty.8evonth term of thie
School will commence on tho lGth
of JULY. Tho chargo for board
and English tuition ia $120.00 por
For a circular, apply to thc Rector.
BEFEBEKCES: Bight Rev. Thoa. F. Davis,
D. D.; Rov. P. J. Shand, D. D.; Rev. Paul Tra
pter, D. D. ; Ucv. J. D. McCollough; Rov. A.
roomer Porter; Major W. B. Gulicb; Capt. C.
I. Ircdoll._Juno 12 2
Public Notice of Dissolution.
NOTICE is hereby given that thc partner?
ship lately subsisting between lt. N.
Lowrance, V. C. Lnrrick and \V. B. Lowrance,
mi ler the name of LOWRANCE A CO., is tine
lay dissolved, by the withdrawal of Major R
N.Lowrauco. All debts due tho said part?
nership are to be received by tho new linn,
LORRICK & LOWRANCE, and alt demande
presented to them for payment.
R. N. LOWRANCE,
P. C. LORRICK,
Juno ll 12_W. B. LOWRANCE.
PC. LORRICK AND W. B. LOWRANCE
a having purchased tho Stock of Goods.
Notes anti Accounts of Lowranco & Co., will
continuo tho business under thc namo ol
LORRICK A LOWRANCE. They assume ali
tho liabilities of tho concern of Lowranco A
Co., and parties owing the old concern, will
make pavmeut to them.
P. C. LORRICK,
W. B. LOWRANCE.
PARTIES owing tho lato firm of Lowrance]
A- Co., wilt please settle up at once. Afterj
fifteen days from this dato, all Notes and Ac?
counts over thirty days' old, without excep-'
tion, will be placed in tho bauds of an ofliccr|
for collection in tho Bhortost time possible.
June ll 12 LORRICK & LOWRANCE.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
NOTICE is hereby given that the partner?
ship lately existing between the uuder
siy-nod, under thc name of GORMAN fe BA
DENHOF. a? proprietors of tho "Columbiaj
Hotel," waa dissolved on tho 30th day of April]
last, by mutual consent. Wm. Gorman conti?
nues thc business on his own account, and isl
authorized to settle all debts duo to and b\|
the said partnership. WILLIAM GORMAN, "
Juno 9 _ _ _H. H. BADENHOP.
|Bargains ! Bargains !
The place to get them is at
f?. F. JACKSON'S
|DRY GOODS HOUSE ,|
M A J .V .S T ll E E T ,
t/^t.VLL and sec the Bargain Table, and take]
a choice of nov article for 2? couta, worth]
Another choice for ?0 conte, worth #1.00.
And still another choice for ?1.00, worth
Now is Hie time t .> get good bargains, ael
|lhe stock must be sold. ' C. F. JACKSON,
South Carolina, Richland County.
ZS THE COM.VOX PLEAS.
CoiXMr.i.v. S. C., June i, 1870.
I A SPECIAL SESSION of tho Couit oil
I /\ Common Pleas, for Richland County, will]
be held at Columbia, to commence oh tinT
hird Monday (being the 20th day of I bel
Inionth) in Julie inst. By order of non. S. W.|
IMKI.TON, Judge Fifth Circuit.
June 7_D._B. MILLER, C. C. C.
Selling Off to Close Out.
AS I intend hereafter to keep only a FIRST
CLASS JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT,
|t will sell out, at and below cost, my ENTIRE
'.TOCK of Pistols, Guns, Powder Flasks, Shot
I Pouches, Caps, Cartridges, Powder and all
lither Fancy Articles.
[V due lot of FANS, selling verv low.
Columbia Hotel Row,
June 1 Columbia, S. C.
'F YOU WANT A FIRST-CLASS GOLD OBI
. Silver WATCH and CHAIN, call ai
T von want a FINE SET OF JEWELRY,
. call at ISAAC SULZBACHER'S.
"F voa are in need of SOLID SILVER o?
L PLATED WARE, call at
PF vour eves are failing, and von want th? I
L li EST SPECTACLES, call at"
ISAAC .SU LZ BACH ER'S.
PF von want a good and reliable TIME-PIECE
L or CLOCK, call at
June 1_ ISAAC S?LZ BAC fl ER'S.
COLOMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
TH IS pleasantly.located HO?
TEL, unsurpassed by any I
House in the South for comfort!
_land healthy locality, is now|
?pen to Travelers and others seeking accom?
modations. Families can bo furnished with
juice, airy rooms on reasonable terms. "A call
lis solicited." My Omnibus will be found at
hbo different depots-passengers carried ti
l ind from the Hotel free of charge .
Nov 3_ WM. A- WBIOTIT.
IF HAYE just received the following list ol|
j J_ choice WINES, comprising thc finest Euro
|pean brands. This is, without doubt, th?
largest and best assortment ever offered iu|
CLARETS-Brandenburg Freres' Mcdoc,
?^t. Julien. Margaux, Pontet Canet, LaRose,
IChateau LaRose, Grand Vin Latour, 1S5S,
hfargaux, 1K?S; LaFittc*lS58.
HOCKS A.M> SAUTERNES-Lanbon-j
licimcr, Ncorstcinier, Hfockbeimer, Marco-j
!brauer, Rudcsheimcr, Haut Sautcrne, IIaut|
CHAMPAGNES-Moot & Cliandon's Vcr
'.onay. Dry Imperial; Vin Imperial, Gieenl
?teal. Bruch, l'oucher & Co.'s Lac D'Or, Cartrf
[O'Or, Sparkling Moselle.
SHERRIES-All Grades, from house oil
?Wisdom tc Warter, Xer..s do La Frontera, i?-|
duding somo very choice "AMONTILLADO,"
worthy thu attention of connoiscurs.
May 15_ GEORGE SYMMERS.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
LN the best manner, by first class workmen,|
ENGRAVING ll nely executed.
f)CC IQ WILLIAM GLAZE.
Samples for Distribution.
1/^1 Otr> HARDY SOLOMON'S and get a sam niel
l\JT Ol Dr. Price's CREAM BAKING POW-j
[OERS. All they want is a trial, to convince!
House-keepers that they aro the best now hil
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powders,
IT1HI? beal now in use, for salo bv
ll May M HARDY SOLOMON.
FRESH GARDEN" SEEDS.
FULL stipplv of Fresh GARDEN SEEDS."
Choice May Batter.
3/* TUBS CHOICE MAY BUTTER, just re
|v_) coived and for sale by
I June 1 J. 5: T. R AGNEW.
Well Kept Furniture.
BY D. C. PELXOTTO & SON.
ITHIS (Tuesday) MORNING, Juno Utk, at 10
o clock, in front of our auction room, we
will Boll, without reaorvo, tho following well
kept Furniture, belonging to a respectable
family leaving thc citv:
IA COTTAGE SETT, (complete,) consisting
of Bodatead, Bureau, Chairs, Side-Tables,
Mattrasses, Bocking Chair, and manv useful
articles to house- keopora.
A fine MILCH COW (said to give twelve
jpiarta milk a day) and her young calf.
|rormsj:a8h._ _Juno 14 1
[rnHE CHRISTMAS GUEST, bv Mre. Soutk
I JL worth.
IThc Court and Times of Queen Elizabeth,
by Miss Aiken, $2 23.
The Caged Lion; a Novel, bv Mies Yonge,
Hammerand Anvil, Spitlhagenb' laat and
?best novel, $2.00.
Monmir of Dr. Scudder, 3G vears Missionary
Trinco of Wales' Travels in E?vpt, Cou
istantiuoplo and the East, ?1.50.
The Vicar of Bullhampton, by Trollope
?l.25, and other now Booka for aal? at
BRYAN & McCARTER'S Hookatore.
OUR POPULAR SALES
ID R Y GOODS
COMMENCES FL OM THIS DATE
I WITH STILL LOWER BASIS OF
Another invoice of those
?Cool, Comfortable nml Cheap Linen Snit?
Having lately replenished the
I That branch of our buaiuess offers superior
liuducementa to the Trade; and wo are jneased
Ito know we have made no id!e promises.
W. D. LOVE A CO.,
May 22 Columbia Hotel building.
W. O. LOVE. B. U. Jt'CBEBRY.
Must be Sold 12
WE have about $10,000 in CLOTH?
ING, more- than we can realize on
this Spring, aud we are anxioua to
get rid of aomc of it, and will sell
VERY CHEAP for that purpose.
Our stock ia the largest, in our
line, that baa ever been brought
to thia city. Haudaome Gooda,
and bought right. Large lino of
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S STRAW
HATS AND CLOTHING. New
styles of MEN'S "VENTILATOR
Best Fitting SHIRTS. It is now
generally admitted that we are
makin? to order THE FINEST
CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS IN
THE STATE. Call and examine
II. iv IV. C. SWAPFIELD.
TITO Mam TY? o "tlx
IBOOT, SHOE, HAT & TRUNK HOUSE
HAS itiat received a very large and beauti?
ful stock of SPRING GOODS, selected
.vith great caro, which will bo disposed of aa
lo tv as the times will admit. It is enough to
suv to the public, that our buyer waa in thc
market late in tho aeaaon, and reaped the
benefit of the recent and very great decline iu
prices. In BOOTS and SHOES 1 have ovory
thiogthceye could fancy, and each article
warranted ia represento </. My etock of HATS
can't bc surpassed in stylo and quality, and
will guarantee prices as low aa any houae in
the State. . _ ,, .
I have paid .special attention to my Jobbing
stock, in both branches, and am prepared to
lifer rare inducements to the tratlo.
J Bc sure to call one door North of Columbia
Rintel a-j carlv as possible, and secure bar?
gains. " A. SMYTHE.
" April 24_
Choice Family Flour.
\~ DARRELS CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR,
|r)\_7 fresh ground hom selected Wheat,
Und warranted tho best in the market.
23 barrels Hocker's SELF-RAISING FLOUR
tr aale low bv the barrel and at retail bv
June 1 ' J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Butter and Cheese.
I/"CHOICE Goshen BUTTER and prim
\KJ factory CHEESE, just received, and in
[sale low by" _J. ft T. R. AO NEW.
trv\ria.ox?o to Stop.
Formerly Harvey Houec,
S PA UT AN BURG C. II., S.e.
LA u?:ENS c. n., s. c.
J. Y. H. Williams, Proprietor.
MY friend*and thc traveling
public are respectfully in
. formed that the above named
-jl?jnfrjE?" II''1 El S are now under my
?control; aud they may rent assured that the
Iroputatio.i of thc two houses will bo fully kept
Inp. Tho Rooms are comfortably famish0(1
?.md tho Tabit a will bo supplied with the best
lof everything. May 1 3nio