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LONDON, Jane 16.- Despatches; from, Romo Lavo no doubt of the adoption of the infallibility dogma. Tho French Emperor has rheumatism in bia left leg. Princo Napoleon is also ill. PAHIS, June IC-The Emperor's gout is not serious. The Court goes to St. Cloud next week. Breadstoffs advanood rapidly nt Paris; on account of the drought, bread whioh sold for seven pence iu tho middle of last'winter, now sells for nine. MADRID, June 16.-According to tho provisions of the lately enacted law, 9,000 registers of civil marriages will bo opened by the middle of August. ROME, June 16.-The discussion of the last chapter of infallibility commenc? ed to-day. Domestic New?. NEW YORK, June 17.-Tho steamer Ameriea takes out S128,000 specie. Cooper Institute is crowded, to bear Red Cloud. He spoke half an hour. Peter Cooper presided, and made n speech, favoring a conciliatory policy to? ward the Indians. All available ship room has been rapid? ly taken up for transportation of bread stuffs for France. Princess Edith jMontez bas sued the female brokers Woodhull and Claflin, for a $3,000 ring and ?2,000 in money, which she says sho deposited with them. PHILADELPHIA, June 16.-A middle aged woman died from chloroform, under the hands of a dentist, administered to pull a tooth. The abolitionists here are urging the Government to insist on tho emancipa? tion of the slaves in Cuba and other Spanish colonies. There is a rumor that the Marquis of Bute contemplated a re? turn to tho Anglican communion. Tho primary Republican elections have been quite stormy, indicating a split in the party. In some iustances, chairs and chandeliers were broken, and tho contesting parties driven from the stands. CLEVELAND, June 16.-Tho annual meeting of the Unitarian Conference commenced to-day. Attendance large. Tho Conference continues during the week. ALBANY, June 16.-The Stato Com? missioners have declared tho electiou of Sanford E. Church, Chief Judge, and M. F. Allen, Martin Grover, Rufus W. Packham and Thomas A. Rapello, De? mocrats, and Chas. J. Folger andi Chas. Andrews, Republicans, Associate Jus? tices. Church's majority is S7.972. SAN FBANPLSCO, Juno 17.-Tho Costa Rican Government has overthrown Bru? no; Carrago has been declared President Five officers were killed during the con? flict. The revolutionary attempt in San Salvador failed. Tho Secretary of the Supreme Court of New Grenada has been found guilty of forging Government bonds. WASHINGTON, June 16.-In the House, the New York and Boston merchants pe? tition for a draw-back on cotton shipped to China after Jene, 1868. Further pe? titions were presented for a uniform rate on tobacco. A bill putting coal on the .ree list was reported by tho Committee of Woys and Means, and referred to tho Committee of the Whole. Cuba was re? sumed. The Bingham amendmout was adopted-103 to 86. A bill will be re? ported by the Reconstruction Commit? tee, on tho first opportunity, in original shnpe, viz: the Virginia bill, with tho militia olause; when the previous ques? tion will be moved; it will lio with the House whether tho amendments allowed by tho Judiciary Committoo will bob? ard. Hoar has resigned tho Attorney Generalship. The following is tho shape in which Cuba was finally disposed of: Resolved, That the President is hereby authorized to remonstrate against tho barbarous manner in which tho war in Cuba has been conducted, and if ho shall deem it expedient, to solicit thc co-operation of other Governments in snob measure as he may deem necessary to secure from both contending parties an observance of the laws of war, recognized by all civilized nations. Internal revenue receipts to-day $698,000. Tho Secretary of the Interior tele? graphed Red Cloud that the Government fully consouted to givo his party tho seventeen horses asked for. Red Cloud telegraphed back that his heart had been made very big. Thero are rumors of other Cabinet changes. In tho Senate, a bill was reported, giving ?300,000 Bubsidy to thc California and Australia steamship line, contingent upon Australia giving tho same amount. A bill was introduced, providing for transportation of goods in bond from ports of entry to points of deli very. A bill establishing a .Department of Justice passed, and goes to the President. Thc bill which passed tho House regulating tho currency, was read tho first and second times, nnd referred to tho Com? mittoo on Finance. Robertson asked leave to take up a bill removing political disabilities, covering 5,000 names. Sum? ner said tho bill was of too wholesale a character, and was postponed-28 to 23. Tho franking privilege was re? sumed, and an amendmout continuing tho present arrangements for the ex? change and delivery of newspapers, passed -36 to 170; without final action, adjourned. Tho House ordered Woods to Rich? mond, to testify, in accordance with the recommendation of tho Judiciary Com? mittee. Seed Peas. rr RUKIIELS primo Clay Cow Peas, for 4 i?^?e(1' for a?loby_E. HOPE. Watches and Jewelry Repaired IN tho best manner, hy first class workmen, and warranted. ENGRAVING finely executed. Doo 10 WILLIAM GLAZE. . w ; ?rr .r:^^.;:, "angy s FINANCIAL, AND COMMERCIAL.. Nsw YORK, Juno 16-Noon,-Stocks I strong. Money 8@5. Exchange-long: 95?; short 10>?. Gold 18W. Bonds 12J?; I Tennessee's, ex-conpon, 68>?; new 61%; Virginia's, ex-conpon, 68; new 67; Lou? isiana 6'8, old, 76J?; new 72; levee 6's 75%; 8'e 93; Alabama 8's 101; 5's 74; Georgia 6's 88; 7's 79; North Carolina's, old, 48; new 25%; South Carolioa's, old, 91; uew 82. Flour 10c better. Whoat better. Cora lc. hotter. Pork Bteady, at 30.75. Lard quiet, at 16@16X- Cot toa dall, at 2l%@22}?; salos 400 bales. Freights firm. i 7 P. M.-Cottoo dull; sales 1,000 bales -middling uplands 21%. Flour 10? 20c. bettor-superfine State 5.5U@5.75; Southern common to fair extra 4.50(5} 7.25. Wheat 2(>t>3e. better-winter red and amber Western email@example.com. Corn firmer-now mixed Western 95(0)1.03. Pork quiet, nt 30.G2((?30.75. Freights firm-cotton, sail, 5-32. Money un? changed. Sterling dull. Gold 13. Go? vernments closed dull. Southerns, after nomo activity, advanced-in now North Carolina's to 25^-but closed dull, at >4 off. CINCINNATI, JUUO 17.-Flour and coru unchanged. Whiskey unsettled. No? thing doing in provisions. HST. LOUIS, June IC.-Flour firm and full-superfine firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn dull and unsettled, and but little doing 80@88. Whiskey dull, nt 1.03. Job? bing sales of mesa pork at 30.00. Shoul? ders l&h?i clear rib sides 16)^16;^. Lard 15^@1G. CHARLESTON, Juno 16.-Cotton flat middliogs 20}?(cv.2Q}?', sales 100 bales; stock 6,990. AUGUSTA, JUUO 16.-Cotton market quiet and unchanged; sales 301 bales middling 19?19J:i; receipts 25. SAVANNAH, JUUO 16.-Cotton quiet middling 20'..j ; sales 250 bales; receipts 320; stock 20,628. MOBILE, Juuo 16.-Cottou firm and in good demand-middling 19^.i'@20; sales 1,200 bales; receipts 175; stock 30,717. NEW ORLEANS, June 16.-Cotton firm and in fair demand-middliug 20}.?@ 20%; sales 2,3?0 bales; stock 89,228. Flour 5.12>?@6.00. Corn lower mixed 1.05; white 1.12. LONDO??, June 16-Noon.-Consols 92J?. Bonds 90. LIVERPOOL, JUUO 16-Noon.-Cotton opens firmer, but not higher-uplands 10J?; Orleans 10%?10%. HAVRE, Juno 17.-Cotton opened with a declining tondeucy-low middliug 120. SWEET QUININE Is a Recent Improvement. REPLACES the USO of tho BITTER SUL? PHATE QUININE, with which all arc familiar. Dote for dose.^t is WARRANTED FULLY EQUAL. in every way TO BITTER QUININE, and, like it, is the one Great, Positive, and Unfailing Cure ten ALL DISEASES OF MALARIOUS ORK.; IX. Fever and Ague. Intermittent Fuver, ClilU Fever, in inuit nt Fever, Hiltons Fever, Dumb Ague, and the long train of disorders following these when neglected. SWEET aVLVLVE is made solely from Peruvian Bark, (so is Bitter Quinine,) therefore is of vegetable origin, and not a Miueral poison, but on the contrary, is proved to ho one of tho elements found in tito blood ot all healthy persons. SWEET ?ll I MM', acts aa au antidote to, as well as a cure for, malarial or miasmatic poison, thc absorption of which by tho lungs causes Intermittent Fovcrd, etc. Tho only advantages claimed for SWEET QUININE over tho use of old Bitter Quinine, is tho entire absence of that intense, persistent bit? terness, which in thc latter is an insurmounta? ble obstacle to ita uso with moat persona, and always with children. SWEET QUININE ia in two forms-in Powder, for tho uso of Physicians and Druggists, and Fluid, for use in tho family and for tho general public. STEARNS, FAIlll ?fe CO., Manufacturing Chemists, New York. June 14 Rimo DR. D. L. BOOZER Surgeon IDoxitist, WOULD INFORM his patrons and tho public, that ho ia now prepared to insert ARTIFICIAL TEETH, noon Dr. Stuek's Cele? brated Patent Plates. Ho also has a larger stock of Dental Material than ever waa kept in thia city and can supply other Dentista. High? est prices paid for old gold, or new platoa given in pay. Office-Weat sido of Main atreet, throo doora North of Plain. April 15 REYNOLDS' IMPROVED METHOD OY CONSTItUCTINO Artificial Dentures, Patented December. 18G7. AFTER an extenaive use of thia important improvement in practico tor nearly two years, it is w ith full confidence urged upon tho profossion and tho public, as fulfilling moro thoroughly and satisfactorily than any other modo, every intention of Artificial Dentures. As in this method, rubber teeth aro alto? gether discarded, it ia desirable that it should fall especially into the hands of thoso familiar with gold plate work. It may not bo generally known that tl.jy who wear caaes of artificial teeth, constructed according to this patent, hy Dentists who aro not licensees, render themselves liable tc the penalty of infringement, aa well as tho ope? rator. Ollico rights will bedispoacd of and instruc? tion given by letter, or at the operating rooms ol' Reynolds A Reynolds, where the manipula? tion may he daily witnessed, and where com? munications may he addressed. 'WM. REYNOLDS, M. D., Aug 12 t _ Columbia, S. C. Valuable Property for Sale. THE undersigned will offer for, salo, on tho first MONDAY in Scp-^ . tomber next, (if not disposed of pre-' viously, ) tho valuable propcrtv, known as'.the CONGAREE RACE COURSE, situated two miles from Colnmbia. Tho tract contains 125 acres, more or less. A small brick Cottage is attached. Also, a COTTAGE, containing six rooms, on Gervaia atroct, near PickenB. An excellent Well of Water on tho premises, and all necessary out-buildings. Tho property can bo treated for privately by applying to Robert Bryce, Eeq. Terms, one-hair cash, balance in one year. WM. H. PURYEAR. April 28 th* BB. Jv BRAD FIELD'S Female Regulator: ?WOMAN'S BEST KKIKNO." WILL bring on the Mens ea wben t hoy bave not boen established, also when they have boon suppressed /rom unnatural causea. Will cure Rheumatism and Neuralgia ot the baok and womb. Will cure Painful Menstrua' tion, and relieve the hoad, baok and loins of those distressing pains and aches. Will check Menorrhagia, or "excessive flow" Will cure " White8" and falling of the womb, when it is tho result of relaxation or had health. It is as sore a cure in all the above diseases as Quinine is in Chills and Fever. Ladies can cure themselves of all thc abovo diseases without revealing their complaints to any person, which is always mortifying to their prido and modesty. lt is recommended and used hy tho beat physicians in their private practice. For a history of the abovo diseases, certifi? cates of its wonderful cures and directions, thc reader is referred to the wrapper around the bottle. Manufactured ?ind sold bv BRADFIELD St CO., Atlanta, Ga. Sold by all Druggists. Brice il.50. TESTIMONIALS. TCSKEOKB, ALA., November 21, 18C9. Mr. L. il. Bradfield -tim: Bloaso forward ns, immediately, another supply of Bradfield'* Female Regulator. We lind it to bc all that is claimed for it, and wo have witnessed the most decided und happv efiVcle produced by it. Very respectfully, HUNTER & ALEXANDER ATLANTA. GA.. December 20,1808 l)r. J. Bradfield-DEM, SIR: I tako pleasure in staling that sometimo previous to the lato war, I used, with utmost auccess, on a servant girl, your Fi malo Regulator, prepared then at Bradfield'* Drug Store, West l'oint, Ga. She had been Buffering severe ly from suppressed menstruation, and thia medicine restored her to health. Sho is, to-day, living in Atlanta, sound and well. I willstato further, that I know of its being used, with equal succesB, in other cases. I do not hesitato to endorse your preparation for the purpose for which yon recommmond it. Yours trulv. JOHN C. WHITHER. LAGRANGE, GA., March 23, 1870. Bra'Ifield dr- Co., Atlanta-DEAR Sins: I tako pleasure in stating that I huve used, for (tho last twenty yours, thc medicine you aro put? ting up, known as Dr. J. Bradneld's Fomalo Regulator, and consider it the best combina? tion over golton together for the diseases for which it ia recommended. I havo been fa? miliar with thc proscription both as a practi tioner of medicine and iu domestic practice and can honestly say that I consider it a boon to suffering females, and can but hopo that every lady in our whole land, who may bc suf? fering in any way peculiar to their sex. may ho able to procuro a boitle, that their etificr ings may be not only relieved, but that thoy may bo restored to health and strength. With my kiudeat regard*, 1 am respectfully, W. R. FERRELL, M. ?*. ATLANTA, GA , March 12, 1870. I have examined the recipe of Bradfield'* Female Regulator, and from my knowledge of the ingredient*, believe it a most excellent Medicine, and well suited to that das* of dis eases designated. I havo no hesitation in ad vising its use, and confidently recommend it to the public. JOEL BRAN HAM, M. D. NEAR MARIETTA, GA., March 21, 1870. Messrs. William Root <fc Son-GENTLEMEN Some month* ago I bought a bottle of Brad field's Female Regulator from you, and havo used it in my family with tba utmost satisfac? tion, and have recommended it to three other faradios, and they have found it just what it id recommended. The female* wno have used your Regulator aro now in perfect health, and are able to attend to their household duties, and we cordially recommend it to the public. Yours respectfully, REV. H. B, JOHNSON. NEAR MARIETTA, GA., March 21, 1N70. Messrs. William Ravid: Son: About one year ago 1 bought a bottle of Bradfield's Female Regulator from you, for one of my daughters, who had been suffering with suppressed menses for some time. I have had several Physicians attending, hut met with no success until I was porsuadod to buy a bottlo of tho Regulator, und it is tho very thing for which it is recommended. Sho ia now in perfect health. 1 hope all suffering females will, at least, try ono bottle, and have health again. Yours respectfully, D. DOBBINS. We could adda thousand other certificates; but wo consider the abovo amply sulUcient proof of it* virtllO. All wo ask is a trial. W. H. TUTT, of Augusta, Ga., and DOWIEA MOISE, of Charleston, S. C., Wholesale Agents. Price $1.50 per bottle. For sale nv FISHER Sc. HEINITSH, GEIGER Sc MCGREGOR, and C. H. MIOT, Columbia, S. C. BRADFIELD Sc CO., April 23 t Whitehall street, Atlanta, Ga. naasmsmswwsmasBsmsmsms^m Thesymptoms I SIMMONS' EiaiiiTro0^: n_Heasiiicss a n d ?uiiiw-M?MMwuMiwilp iin in tho side. Sometimes tho nain i* in tho shoulder, and i* mistaken for rheumatism. Tho stomach is snorted with lows of appetite and sickness, bowel? in general costive, sometime* alternat? ing with lax. The head is troubled with pain, and dull, heavy sommation, considerable loas ot memory, accompanied with painful sensation of having left undone something which ought te have been done. Often complaining of weakness, debility, and low spirits. Some? times sonio of tho above symptoms attend the disease, and at other times very few of them; !- ?-?'? nrrrrvaawnw?-?aBBTtb ut tho Liver is gn TII'\7EI?S. Biiorally tho organ --JJuSuj^rnJuMMwiiii iinji"'OHl hivolvod;cure ">,'"J^n**^mBMthe Livor with LR. SIMMONS* LIVER REGULATOR. /.preparation of root? and herbs, warranted to be strictly vegotable, and can do no injury to any one. It has boen used by hundreds, and known t n- tito last thirty-five years a? one of the most j-diable, efficacious and harmless preparation* over offered to the Buffering. If taken regu? larly and persistently, it is sure to cure. Dyspepsia, headache, jaundice, costiveness, sick" headache, chronic diarrhoea, Directions ol thc bladder, camp dysentery, alloctious of the ipE^HHBMM?IBlBMMBBBHMkidlieys, fever, S Regulator. fe^T*^? ggHBBgammBBr,> ibo skin, im? purity of the blood, melancholy, or depression of spirit*, heartburn, colic, or pains in the bowel*, pain in the head, fever and ague, dropsv, boils, pain in back and limb*, asthma, erysipelas, female affections, and bilious dis? ease* generally. Price $1; bv mail, $1.2.1. Prepared only by J. H. ZlilLIN Sc CO.. Druggist*, Macon, Ga. The following high ly respect able persons eon fully attest to the virtue* of this valuable medi? cino, and to whom wo most respectfully refer: Gen. W. S. Holt, Presidents. W. R. lt Com? pany; Rev. J. R. Felder, Perry, Ga.; Col. E. K. Sparks, Albanv, Ga.; Geo. J, Lunsford, Esq., Conductor S. W. It. lt.; C. Mastorson, Esq., Sheriff Bibb County; J. A. Butt*, Bainbridge, Ga.; Dykes Sc Bparhawk, Editors Flor ?'.lian, Tallahassee; Rev. J. W. Burke, Macon, Ga.; Virgil Powers, Esq., Superintendent S. W. R. lt.; Daniel Bullara, Billiard's Station, Macon Sc Brunswick R. lt.,TwiggsCounty, Ga.; Gren? ville Wood, Wood's Factory, Macon, Ga.; Rev. E. P. Easterling, P. E. Florida Conference; Major A. F. Wooloy, Kingston, Ga.; Editor Macon Telegraph, and John Ingall*, formerly of Columbia, H. C. For sale b- al) druggists. July 13 Hy Fine Gold Watches (.rraflfc OF all dcdcriptions, for Eadie* jS3&?3BL ana Gentlemen, for sale ut SgUn WILLIAM GLAZE'S, Ono door North of Messrs. Scott Sc William?' Banking House. Dec 10 Guns and Ammunition. JUST recoived by William Glaze, fine Eng? lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, lino Eng? lish Powder, iu Canister*, Shot and Caps, of all kind. Ono door North of Messrs. Scott. Wil? bania Sc Co.'a Banking Houee. Dec IC !."j> .1 jCTSBB ! ? T 3BBSS Headquartera Dry Goods Division, COLUMBIA, S. G., Jura 3,1870. GENERAL ORDER NO. 1, r Golo,8. W.P.orter <fc Co. /or Bargains. OUR counters are now actuallv groaning beneath tho heavy weight of freah DRY GOODS jost to hand, per steamer, from New York. We propose to diminish this stock abont one half, before tho first of July next; and in order to aooomphsh this end we know we must sell cheap. The enomy, "Bull TimeB," ia upon us, and mast be met and overcome. We have had many engagements with tho samo foo, and whipped him; will do so noa*, lot the result bo as it may. "We intend to fight it ont on thia line, if it takes all sum? mer." ' This is no idle jest, but a stern reality. Wo aro tho only House in tho city in posses? sion of tho secret, how to make dull times easy; 'tis woll worth knowing. Wc commence to-day giving gratuitous information to our customers ou thia head. All wishing thia kuowlodgo can bo accommodated by calling at their headquarters. By order of S. W. PORTER & CO. G.BAnoAiNs, A. A. G. P. S.-Nono genuine except those hearing our signature. Beware of base imitators. Juno 1 Special Notice. WE beg to tender our thanks to thc nu? merous patrons of LOWRANCE A CO., for their past support, and pledge them, as wo have mado additions to our capital and in? creased our facilities, to serve their interests even moro faithfully than heretofore. Wo have MARKED DOWN all of our Shelf Hardware and Fancy Grocerioa, and aro DE? TERMINED to clean out our stock at low prices, so as to bo able to FILL UP WITH FRESH GOODS AT LOWER RATES THAN CAN BE HAD ELSEWHERE. Give us a trial, and you will be convinced. Orders from the up-coun? try solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed. Juno 12_LORRICK A LOWRANCE. Copartnership Notice. PC. LORRICK ANO W. B. LOWRANCE . having purchased tho Stock of Goo. ?>. Notes and Accouuts of Lowrance A Co., will continue tho business under the namo of LORRICK A LOWRANCE. They assume all tho liabilities of tho concern of Lowrance A Co., and parties owing thc old concern, will make pavment to them. P. C. LORRICK, W. B. LOWRANCE. Notice. PARTIES owing tho lato firm of Lowrance A Co., will please settle up at ouce. After fifteen days from this date, all Notes and Ac? counts over thirty days' old, without excep? tion, will bo placed in thc banda of an officer for collection iu tho shortest time possible. June ll 12 LORRICK A LOWRANCE. Stocks and Bonds, OLD AND SILVER, \JC Bank Notes, Coupons. County Claims, Jury Certificates, Mutilated Curroncy, Ac, Ac. Bought and sold by D. GAMBRILL, Broker, Office Columbia Hotel Building, Main street. May VJ ;imo Selling Off to Close Out. AS I intend hereafter to keeponlv a FIRST CLASS JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT. I will sell ont, at and below cont, my ENTIRE STOCK or Pistola. Guna, Powder Flasks, Shot Ponches, Capa, Cartridges, Powder and all other Fancy Articles. ALSO, A tine lot uf FANS, aching very low. ISAAC SOLZBACHER, Columbia Hotel Row, June 1 Columbia, S. C. IF YOU WANT A FIRST-CLASS GOLD OR Silver WATCH and CHAIN, call at ISAAC SULZBACHER'S. IF you want a FINE SET OF JEWELRY, call at ISAAC SULZBACHER'S. IF vou arc in need of SOLID SILVER or PLATED WARE, rall at ISAAC SULZBACHER'S. IF your eves are failing, and you want tho BEST SPECTACLES, call at ISAAC S U LZ13 AC H ER'S. IF vou want a good and reliable TIME-riECE of CLOCK, call at Junol_[8A?G SULZBAOHER'S. Stanley's Celebrated Cough Syrup. PREPARED only by E. H. Hoiuiteb; known and approved for the last twenty-five years aa tho best Cough Syrup made. You have only to trv it to be convinced. For sale bv JuncO" E.H. HEIN1TSH, Chemist. Quaker Liniment a Household Remedy. IT eurea Aches and Pains of all kinds, in? ternal and external. Thia QKAKEII LINI MKNT ia tho beat medicine in the world for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sore Throat, Tooth? ache, Pains iu Back, Face-ache, Swellings, Sprains, Bruises, Snake Bites, Stings of In? sccta, for Cramp in tho Stomach, Cholera, Colic, Sick Stomach, Summer Complaint*. Prepared only bv E. H. HEINITSH, Chemist, June ?) Columbia. SS. C. Crimson Tetter Wash, FOR Tetter, Ringworm, Pimples, Blotches, Tan, Freckles, Redness of the ?skin, Chapped Hands ami Face, and all Eruptions and Excoiiationa of tho Skin, tending tomar tho beauty and bloom of the human tace. It renders tho skin soft and fair, and restores tho natural freshness and roseate hue of tho complexion, so attractive in thc female sex. Prepared only by E. H. HEINITSH, Chemist, Juno 0 Columbia, .S. C. ?ina Chill Oure. fj?Xe"i Remedy, New Principle, .Vu Poison. ANEW discovery and a sovereign specific, for tho cure of Intermittent Fever, Remit? tent Fcvcr.Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Periodical Headache or Bilious Headache and BiliousFc vors; and all diseases originating in Biliary Derangement or Liver Disorder, caused by Impurity of Blood and Malaria of miasmatic localities. For sale hy E. H. HEINITSH, Druggist, Columbia, s. C. TESTIMONIALS. Dr. E. H. lleiuitsh-DEAR Sin: I cheerfully endorse tho recommendation given for jour "Kina Chill Cure," in casca of Chilla and Fever. I have boon cured by your medicine when every other I tried failed. Yours truly, S. L. SLOANE. Dr, E. II. Hein tish-Jir.\n Sin: Your "Kina Chill Cure" has done all you promised it would do in my caso. A radical cure for Chill and Fever. Tho chills are gono. A genoral resto? ration of my health ia the result of only ono bottle. Mydoubta have all been removed in regard to tho efficacy of your medicine. I havo tried it, therefore I can endorso the statements ot others, thal it is the heft medi? cine out. Yours, Ac, W. K, ELKINS. Dr. E. JJ. Ileinilsh-Dz.Ut Sm: I certify to the medicinal virtues of your "Kina Chill Curo." A member of my family baa been af? flicted with Chills and Fever for several months, and nothing cured it but your invalu? able Chill Cure-only ono bottle used. Yours, Ac, J. H. DISEKER. Dr. E. IL Heiniish-DEAn SIB: I have had Chilla and Fever for some time. At your ang geation I triod your new medicine, "Kina Chill Cure." I am completely cured, and used only ono bottle Yours, respectfully, June 9_J. N. DRENNAN. Law Bcoks on the New Code."1 ALSO, a Variety ot NEW LAW BOOKS Acts of Legislature, Ac, for sale by _ AprilJCj_BRYAN A McCARTER. Drinkists, go to Pollock's. THE CRY IS FOB . Bargains ! Bargains ! ! Thc placo to get them 1B at G. F. JACKSON'S CHEAP DRY GOODS HOUSE, MA IX RTE EET, CALL ann sro tho Bargain Table, and tako a choice of any article for 25 emla, worth 50 eon ta. Another choice for 5T cont?, worth il.00. And still another choice for $1.00. worth $2.00. Now ?a tho time to get good bargains, aa tim Btoek must ho hold. C. F. JACKSON. June S TAKE NOTICE. Tile Ma,m m ?otila. BOOT, SHOE, HAT & TRIM HOUSE HAS j nat received a very large and beauti? ful stock of SPRING GOODS, selected with great care, which will ho disposed of as low ad the times will admit. It is enough to say to tho public, that our buyer waa in tho market lato in the no&soii, and reaped tho benefit of tho recent and very-great decline in prices. In BOOTS aud HHOBtjjl narro every? thing the eye could fancy, ana each articlo warranted as represented. My stock of HATH can't he surpassed in stvle and quality, and will guarantee prices as low as any house in the State. I have paid special attention to my Jobbing Stock, in both branches, and am prepared to offer rare inducements to tho trade. Be anro to call ono door North of Columbia Hotel, aa earlv a8 possible, and secure bar? gains. A. SMYTHE. April 24_ City Machine Works, COLUMBIA, S. C. THE undersigned are prepared to manufacturo Port? able and Stationa ary Steam Engines i and Boilers, Saw '?Mills, Grist and Flour Mills, Iron and Brasa Castings of all descriptions, Gearing Mill Iroua, Ac. We are aleo Agents for Emory's Universal Cotton Gina, and Goiter's Southern Thresher and Cleaner. These machinen have no supe? riors. Morril's Deep Woll Pumps, Robert Wood A Co'.i Fountain and Ornamental Iron Work.-. Orders from tho countrv promptly attended to. RICHARD TOZEU, Mav 21 anio ROBT. MCDOUGALL. MANHOOD: How Lost: Iloiv ReHtorecl! Just published, in a sealed envelope. Price C cte, A LECTUREON THE NATURAL TREAT? MENT, and Radical Care of Spermatorrhea or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexuai Debility, and Impediments to Marriage generally; Nervousness, Consumption, Epi? lepsy, and Fits; Mental and Physical Inca? pacity, resulting from Self Abase, Ac, by Bobt. J. Cnlverwell, M. D., author of tho "Green Book," Ac. "A Boos TO THOUSANDS OF SrFrEr.Ens." Sont under seal, in a plain onvelope, to any address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents, or two postage stamps, by CHAS. J. C. KLINE Si CO., J~7 Bowery, Xtw York, Post Ofllce ?ox -1,980. Also Dr. CulvcrwclPs "Marriage Guido,' price 25 cents. May 5|.1mo \ NEW DISCOVERY ! ! V I T Salvation for the Hair. CLEAR A WIT ATERI SEDIMENT ! ! OPENT4VTI1E LIGHT For Restoring to Gra^JIair its Original Color PHALON'S "VITAIJ^^iffers ut? terly from all tlygmair coloring preparaticms^icretofore used. It is lbrffml, sweet smelling, pr?cis?tes no muddy or slimy matier,requires no shaking, im? part no stain to the skin. Hold it to\he light and it is clear and clouUess. It leaves no mark on the sclKp ; yet it reproduces in gray hair^?t^patural color that time or S?CCT?WJS may have bleached out of it. I^HPhalon's Vital is for one sole purpose^?iat of rcproducing,with absolute cer? tainty, the naturalijioior of the hair. It is noV??itended as a daily dressi scurf or jKtndruff; nor for CU? S? nor for stimula e growth of the hair. objects may be accom 1 after the color has been ith the Vitalia, by Pha ical Hair Invigo rlng b ting Thes^ plisht fixed lon's rator. THE VITALT?*^^ harmless and unequaled prep?tfationfor the reproduction of lie origi? nal hue of gray hair,alid noth? ing else. This is accomplished in from two to ten applications, according to thed^th of shade required. Soj?iroyall druggists Thirsty people, go to Pollock's. Variety Sale. BY JACOB LEVIN. THI8 MORNING, at 10 o'clock, before ms etoro, BACON BIDES. Stripe and Shoulders, Flour, Soap, Candios, Ac, with a variety ol Furniture. Salo without resorve. June 17 1 Extensive Sale of well-kept and Desirable Fur? niture. I BY JACOB LEVIN. On TUESDAY MORNING next, 21st inst., at 10 o'clock, I will soil, at tho family residence, known as tho Gwynn Houso, on Gervais street, below Henderson, A gonoral variety of FURNITURE, such as Dining- Room. Parlor, Chamber and Passage Furniture. Glass and Crockery too nume? rous to particularize-in One order and con* dition, bolonging to a respectable family re? moving from tin; city. Sale positive, and the articles to bo removed without delay. Juno 15_ State of South Carolina-Greenville Co. IN THE CIRCUIT CO URT-IN CHANGER! Stephen S. Wade vs. G. W. Farr, er al.-BUI to Foreclose Mortgage, ?c. BY virtuo of the decretal order of Judge Orr. made in tho above euee, I will sell, to tho highest bidder, at Groonvillo Court House, on SALE-DAY in July next, tho mort? gaged premises described in the bill, viz: All that TRACT or LAND, situated partly in thc Counties of Pickens and Groonvillo, lying on both sides of Saluda River, containing 203 acres, moro or IOBS, upon which is located the Woolen and Cotton Factory, Grist and Saw Mill, known as tbs "Farr Mill." This is valua? ble property, and worthy tho attention of capi? talists desiring an investment. It is located about seven miles from tho city of Greenville, and tho wator power thereof io seldom sur? passed. Terms cash. Purchaser to pay foi stamps and papers. w. A. MCDANIEL, C. C. C. P. CLERK'S OFFICB, June 7,1870. June 10 fs8 House and Lot for Sale. NOW occupied by C. Bouknight. Lot ex? tends full front on Plain street, and abont 250 foot front on Gates and Lincoln streets, anti covers nearly two (2) acres. House has twelvo (12) largo rooms. Three (3) rooms hu ve bcon built in the yard latoly, emt ablo for oflicoB. There is also upon tho lot a COTTAGE of throo (3) rooms, and other out-housos, a largo and lino Gardon. Water and Gas throughout; is shaded by a fino and most beautiful Grove of Trees. The location is one of the most desirable in the city, being near tho business parts, and proper distances from Churches, Schools and Railroad Depots. Tho prico will bo low, and terms oasv. Apply to ROBERT O. SHIVER. May 3 tuf_ OUR, POPULAR SALES OF DRY GOODS FOR THE Summer Months, COMMENCES FROM THIS DATE WITH STILL LOWER BASIS OF PRICES. Auother invoice of those Cool, Comfortable and Cheap Linen Sntta for Ladles. Having lately replenished thc Wholesale Stock, That branch of our business offers superior inducements to tho Trade; and wo aro pleased to know we have made no idle promises. W. D. LOVE A CO., May 22 Columbia Hotel Building. w. D. LOVE. n. D. M'CBERRY. CLOTHING Must be Sold!! ? -o ? WE have about $10,000 in CLOTH? ING, moro than we can realize on this Spring, and wc are anxious to get rid of some of it, and will sell VERY CHEAP for that purpose. Our stock is the largest, in our line, that has ever been brought to this city. Handsomo Goods, and bought right. Large lino of BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS AND CLOTHING. New styles of MEN'S "VENTILATOR BATS." Best Fitting SHIRTS. It is now generally admitted that we aro making to order THE FINEST CUSTOM-MADE GARMENTS IN THE STATE. Call and examine for yourselves. K. ?b W. C. SWAFFIELD. _ April 17_ Murray & Lanman's Florida Water, The most celebrated and most delightful of all per? fumes, for use on the hand? kerchief, at the toilet) and in thc bath, for sale 1 >y all Druggists ?iid I'eriiimers. Jan 87_5mol Hungry people, go to Pollock's.