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IMPORTA N.T NEWS!
WAR DECLARED BETWEEN FRANCE
AND PRUSSIA 11
The Corps L?gislatif Favors War !
TUE PRESIDENT CONVENES CON?
GRESS IN EXTRA SESSION!
BRUSSELS, July 15-11 A. M.-Thc
intervention of tho Great Powers for
peace has proved ineffectual.
Napoleon will aunounco to-day the
rupture of tho relations between Frauce
and Prussia, and will make a formal de?
claration of war.
j PARIS, July 15-Noon.-To-day's noon
Constitutionnel says that in consequence
of the insult offered Beneditti, France
accepts war which Prussia offers.
The Corps L?gislatif have declared in
favor of war.
WASHINGTON, July 15-12 M.-Tho
President has ordered an extra session of
Congress, on account of the stato of af?
fairs in Europe
PARIS, July 15.-Tho old garrisons
havo gone to tho front. Vive war is the
cry. Gr?at agitation exists here. Many
demonstrations in 'favor of war were
made by the people during tho night.
Crowds of students and others passed
the streets and the boulevards shouting
..Fire wari" "down with Prussia I" &c.
Some persons who protested wero hissed
and insulted. The police did not inter?
fere A crowd stopped at tho Piussian
Embassy and shouted insultingly. It is
asseited that the L'russiau Ambassador
loaves Paris to-day. Austria professes
neutrality uuless a third power inter?
PABI8, July 15.-Tho Corps L?gislatif
declared war agaiust Prussia, at 10 mi?
nutes before 2 o'clock, to-day. Holland
will remain neutral. Tho belligerents
have engaged to respect the neutrality
of Belgium, yet troops aro rapidly con?
centrating at Antwerp aud other strate?
gic points. The specie and bills iu tho
National Bank of Antwerp have been ro
moved to the citadel and tho issue of
paper mouey is announced.
WASHINGTON, July 15.-Tho Georgia
bill goes to the President. Its beariugs
are not understood, though Trumbull,
when voting for the bill, declared ho did
so because he understood that it made
an election this fall mendatory.
Tho announcement of war between
Prussia and France in tho House, by the
AssociatedJPressdispatohes, was received
with applause. Congress extended its
session to 2 o'clock. Tbo Seuato is in
executive session, fighting over Freeling
Huyaens nomination to succeed Motley
at St. James'.
The President presented tho following
message which delayed tho adjournment
until 5 o'clock. It provoked some argu?
ment but produced no result:
To THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF EEME
SBNTATrvEs: Your atteution is respect?
fully called to the necessity of passing an
Indian appropriation bill before the
members of Congress eeperates. With?
out such appropriation Iudian hostilities
aro sure to ensue, and with their suffer?
ings, loss of life, and the amouut asked
Tho latest intelligence from Europe
indicates the iramiuoncy of a war be?
tween France and North Germany. In
view of this a sound policy indicates the
importance of some legislation teudiug
to enlargo tho commercial measure of
this country. Tho vessels of this coun?
try at tho present time are insufficient
to meet tho demand which tho existence
of a war in Europe will impose upon tho
commerce of tho TJuited States, and I
submit to the consideration of Congress
that the interests of the country will be
advance by tho opportunity to our citi
zens to purchase vessels of foreign oou
strnction for the foreign trade of the
country. An Act to this effect may bc
limited in its duration to meet the im?
The foreign mail service of tho United
States is in a largo degree dependant
upon tho Bremen and Hamburg line of
steamers. The Post Office Department
has entered into contracts in writing
with tho two compauies above named,
and with the Williams and Guion lines,
respectively, for a regular and continu?
ous service of two yoars. Tho only
arrangement that could be made with
the luman and Cunard lines is tempo?
rary, and may be broken off at any time.
The North German lines aro first class in
point of speed and equipment, their
steamers equally making the trip across
the Atlantic in from twonty-four to twen?
ty-six hours in advance of tho Williams
and Guion line. Should the North Ger?
man steamers bo blockaded or impeded
by France, our postal intercourse with
foreign nations will bo greatly embar?
rassed, unless Congress shall interpose
for its relief. I suggest to Congress tho
propriety of further postponing tho time
for adjournment, with tho view of consi?
dering the questions herein communi?
cated. Signed, U. S. G BANT.
Gen. McClellan has been olected Chief
of tho Engineor Department of tho
docks of Now York city.
Peter Negley has been confirmed As?
sistant United States Treasurer at Balti?
The Cabinet held a session at the Ca?
Baron Gordt declares in diplomatic
circles, that Prussia is fully prepared for
Tho Senate confirmed Frelinghuysen,
vice Motley. The Georgia bill was
signed. All appropriation bills wero
sigued. No special legislation. Ad?
journed sine die.
CHATTANOOGA, J^uff ?B.^P?Vo hundred
of the two thousand Oh?nese for the Ala?
bama fud Chattanooga Railroad arrived
ATLANTA, Joly 15.-Both branches of
the Legislature oro engaged in reading
numerous and various bills for tho first
time. Resolutions were introduced in
the Sonate, declaring Bradley, colored,
ineligible to his seat in the Seuato from
tho First District, and was made tho spo
oial order for Wednesday next.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 15.-Tho ohip
ment of Chineso women will probably be
stopped by tho Chinese Government.
NEW YORK, July 15-Noon.-Stocks
dull and weak. Mouey 4(715. Gold 14%.
Exchauge-long 9J? ; short 10}X. Bonds
9%. Tennessee's, ex-conpon, 07; new
G5)^; Virginia's, ox-coupon, GS; new
67; Missouri's 91; Louisiana G's old, 74J?;
new 74; lovee G's 77; 8'a 91X; Ambania
8*s 100; 5*s77; Georgia G's 84; 7's 92.!.<;
North Carolina's, old, 51J<i; new 30;
South Carolina's, old, 88;~uew 78%.
Flour lOt/??l?c. higher aud wanted.
Wheat l@2c. higher. Corn strong aud
quiet. Fork unchanged. Lard dull and
steady. Cotton dull and tending down?
ward-uplands 20; Orleaus20).i. Freights
7 P. M.-Mouey 5@6. Sterling 9J?
@10. Government's closed dull and
weak. Gold closed stroug, at l?}?(i?}
16j?a. Southern dull and heavy. Cot?
ton dull aud nominal-sales 900 bales;
uplands 20. Flour-State and Western
15@30c. higher; Southern 10(aj25o. high?
er; common to fair extra G.00@G.90.
Wheat 3@,4c. higher. Corn l@2c.
higher. Pork 29.50. Lard firmer-ket?
tle, 16.l<i@17. Whisky a shade firmer.
Groceries firmer. Freights firmer and
BALTIMORE, July 15.-Cotton dull
and teudiug down; middling IO1;, ; net
receipts of week 178 bales; sales 1,695;
ST. LOUIS, July 15.-Mixed corn 85
@86. Whiskey nominal. Provisions
quiet and firm.
LOUISVILLE, July 15.-Flour firm, at
5.50. Grain and provisions uuchauged.
CINCINNATI, July 15.-Flour and corn
firmer. Whiskey 95(7f}97. Provisions
higher. Pork 30.50. Lard in good de?
mand, at 16.
NEW ORLEANS, July 15.-Cotton dull
and nomiual; net receipts 333; stock
MOBILE, July 15.-Cotton dull-mid?
dling 18r sales 100 bales; recepts ll'O;
CHARLESTON, July 15.-Cottou steady
middling nominally, nt 18; sales 340
bales; receipts 119; stock 5,956; net re?
ceipts of the week 1,226; exports coast
wiso 1,042; sales 890.
AUODSTA, July 15.-Cotton closed
inactive aud nomiual-middling 17j.j;
sales 300 bales; receipts 10; sales of the
week 1,146; receipts 130; stock 5,070.
SAVANNAH, July 15.-Cotton quiet
middlings 18; salo? 384 bales; net re?
LONDON, July 15-Noon.-Stocks and
all securities are flat and nominal. Bread
stuffs aro excited and advancing. Con?
sols 92>?. Bonds 87.
LrvjEurooL, July 15-Noon.-Cotton
nominal-uplands 9^?; Orleans 9J>?.
LIVERPOOL, July 15-Eveuing.-Cotton
heavy and irregular-uplunds 9J?; Or
leau91i; sides 7,000 bales.
CORRECTED WEEKLY RY
APPLES, %)bu.l 0001 30
BALE HOPE, Manil,02G
N. Y.or Wea-fdM 0015
BUTTER, Nur tn. 37010
Country, %-i lb.23(935
BACON. Ilaina. ..2-1020
Bides, %) lb. .18019.J
COTTON YAU.NI GO01 70
CorroN.Strict Md0 lt)
Good Ordny, 1G0
CUEESE, E.D.lb. 23(325 I
COFFEE, itio,*tilb2O025 |
FLOUR. Co. 8 000 9 00
Northern.G 00011 00
GRAIN, Corn 1 0001 70
Wheat_1 5001 70
Oats. 1 0001 10
Teas.2 0002 75
HAY, North, ?Ucwt.2 00
HIDES, Dry, $*M2J@18
LIME, y bbl. 2 0502 75
THE BOARD Ol" TRADE.
Now Orl'usl 0001 10
Sugar H'ao..7501 00
NAILS, $ keg? 500C, 00
ONIONS.#busl 7502 00
Machinery. .7501 00
SPECIE, Gold 01 10
POTAT'S, Iris 01 50
Sweet, b\iB 1 7502 25
Suor, ?/bag. 2 5002 GO
SALT, Liverp.2 200 2 23
SPIRITS, Alcohol,gl7 10
Brandy.. -100012 00
Oin.2 0007 00
Rum.2 0007 00
Whiskey... 13501 00
SCOAR, Crus it P1501G
STARCH, V ?>... D.t?ll
TEA, Green lbl 0002 10
Black,_1 0001 10
TOUACCO, C11W.GO01 10
Smoking, lb..5001 10
VINEGAR, wine. .60080
French_1 2501 08
WINE, Cham.25030 00
Port, ?>gal3OO05 70
Sherry.... 3 5O0G GO
Madeira.. .2 5008 50
STORY OF AN OLD WELSH PARSON.
The old gentleman's living was worth
sixty-five pounds por aunum, and ont of
this he had to support a large family.
The walk to tho church was np the
mountain ti mile and a half, and two
miles down on the other side. Wino
was a liquid almost unknown, and the
refreshment indulged in by tho worthy
old parson was au humble penn'orth of
giu, which ho regularly imbibed at a
little roadside inn, to take off tho effectB
of tho cold mountain air. Ono evening,
ho called as usual, but, instead of hav?
ing his dram handed to him, the old lady
at tho inn began soarchiug about. "I've
lost my measure, your reverence," said
the old lad. "Never mind," was the ro
plv, "my mouth holds exactly a
peuno'orth; hand me tho bottle." Tho!
bottle was handed, elevated towards tho
ceiling, and returned with the customary
penny. "Two-peuco!" exclaimed tho
old lady, oxcitodly. "No, no!" said the
parson; "I only had a mouth-ful." "Ah!
but I saw your reverence's bauds wag
\ yonug lady of Now York has hair of
rather a reddish cast, and has been in
tho habit, for a year past, of using hair
dye. A short timo since, her arms,
hands, and part of her body wero para?
lyzed. The poison in the dye had min?
gled with her blood. She is recovering,
but will lose the use of her right arm
?i?TBBT QUOTATIONS O* SOWTH?N SE
?URITIES IN CHARLESTON. S. C-Oorreoted,
semi-weekly, by A. O. Kaufman, Broker,
No. 25 Broad street-July 15,1870:
2fames of Securities. Kate In. OJ'd Asked.
North Carolina, old_ 6 .... 50
N. Carolina, new. .... G .... 32
South Carolina, old.... G 85 ....
S. Carolina, new. 6 75 -
S. C. reg'd atook, ex in. G .... 7G
Georpia, old. 7 - 91
Gef-igia, new. 7 .... 93
Georgia. G .... 88
Teuuessee, old. G .... G3
Touuessee, new. G .... Gl
Alabama. 8 .... 98
Alabama. 5 .... 73
Atlanta, Ga., bonds_ 8 .... 8G
Augusta, Ga., bonds... 7 79 ....
Charleston stock. G .... 48
Charl'n Fire Loau b'ds 7 .... 70
Columbia, S. C., bonds G .... GO
Columbus, Gn., bonds. 7 .... 80
Macon, Ga., bonds_ 7 - 78
Memphis, Tenn., b'nds
eudorsed... G 17 -
*' unendors'd.. G 43 ....
Savannah, Ga., bonds. 7 - 90
Wilmington, N. C. 8 .... 72
Wilmington, N. C. G 58 GO
Atlantic and Gulf. 7 7G 80
B. lt. R., 1st mortgago 7 50 -
Central Georgia. 7 96 99
Charleston aud Savun.. 6 .... 70
Churlette, Col. & Aug.. 7 .... 87
Cheraw aud Darlington 7 .... 83
Georgia Railroad. 7 95 100
Green. & Col., 1st mor. 7 80
Green. & C., State guar 7 67
Memphis & Charleston. 7 84 -
North-Eastern past duo 7 .... 92
North-Easteru, new.... 8 .... 92
Sav. & Char., 1st mort. 7 .... 80
Sav. & Char., State gua 7 .... 75
South Carolina. 7 .... 76
South Carolina. 6 .... 73
Spartauburg and Union 7 62 ...
RAILROAD STOCKS. Par.
Atlantic and Gulf. 100 37
Central Ga., ex div_ 100 .... 114
Charlotte, Col. & Aug.. 100 .... 45
Georgia. 100 .... 102
Green, and Col. R. lt.. 20 2
Macon and Western... 100 .... 110
Memphis A: Charleston. 25 9
North-easteru. 50 .... 15
Savannah it Charleston 100 .... 35
So. Ca., whole shares.. 100 .... 40
So. Ca., half shares... 125 .... 41
yPeop'sN. B'k Charl'n,
capital 3500,000. 100 103 . ..
JlsL Nat. Bank Charl'n
capital $400,000. 100 115 ...
<;S. C. Loan it Trust Co . 100
Caro. Nat. Bauk, Col'a.
Bank of Charleston,
whole shares. 100 .... 23.
BaukChar'n }.? shares. 5? .... ll.
Union Bank S7C. 50 .... 8
People's Bauk So. Ca.. 25 .... 5
Plau. it Mo. Bank S. C. 25 .... 2.
Bank of Newberry. 25 .... 4
Bauk of Cumden. 50 . 2
Char. M. & M. Co. 100 .... p
Wando M. & M. Co... 100 .... 325
Charleston Gas Co.... 25 - 23
Charl'n City R. R. stock 50 .... 53
Granitevillo Man. Co... 100 .... 86
G. it C. R. cert, indeb. 64
S. C. R. cert, indebt's.p
N. E. R. R., cert, indebt. 55
City Charleston cer. in. 98 pi
City of Memphis coup. 65
N. E. R. R. pref, stock. 4C
S. it U. R. past duo coup_ 60
S. it C. R. past due coup_ 65
Now York sight.}?ott Hi
Gold. Ill Iii
S. C. RANK RILLS.
*Bank of Charleston.
*Bauk of Newberry.
Bank of Camden. 50 .
Bank Georgetown. 5 .
Bauk of S. C.'.. 15 .
Bank of Chester. 7
Bank of Hamburg. 10 .
Bank of the State of
S. C., prior to'61. 60 .
Bank of Stato of S. C.,
issuo '61 and '62. 3G .
?Pl. it Mee. Bauk Char'n.
*Peoplo's Bank Charl'n.
*S. W. R. R. Bank, old.
*S.W. R. R. Bank, new.
Stato Bank, Charleston - 8 .
I Farmers' Ex. B'k Char.
Exchange Bank, Colum . 1
Com'l Bank, of Colum - 18
Merch. Bank of Cheraw .... 4
Planter's Bank Fairfiold .... 4
S. C. bills receivable. 97
Charleston change bills..... 97
fLess Stock dividend of 20 per ci
and cash dividend of 6 per cont.
JLoss cash dividend of 6 per cent.
gLess cash dividend of 6 per cent.
Rtif Bills marked ?hus (*) aro be
redeemed at the bank countors of ea?
WE beg to tender our thanks to thc
merous patrons of LOWRANCE A
for their past support, and plcdgo then
wo have jnado additions to our capital an
creased our facilities, to servo their intel
oven more faithfully than heretofore
Wo have MARKED DOWN all of our!
Hardware aDd Fancy Groceries, and an
TEBSIINED to clean out our ?tock at low pi
so as to he aldo to FILL UP WITH FB
GOODS AT LOWER RATES TUAN OA?
HAD ELSEWHERE. Give us a trial, am
will ho convinced. Orders from tho np-c
try solicited, and satisfaction guarantee!
_ Jnno 12 LORRICK A LOWUANt
Selling Oil' to Close Out.
AS I intend hereaftor to keop only a FI
CLASS JEWELRY ESTABLISH tl]
1 will sell out, at and below cost, my EN1]
STOCK of Pistols, Onus, Powder Flank?,
Pouehea, Caps, Cartridges, Powder an
other Fancy Articles.
A fiuo lol of FANS, selling verv low.
Columbia Hotel RON
June 1 Columbia, S
" ^AH^IBA?.3P$ETF3IUl? TO C RUN All EN.
Tho new bill of the Senate, by which Af?
rican immigrants may become natural?
ized in the same manner as Europeans,
whilst the Chinese are excluded from na?
turalization, io, says the St. Louis Re?
publican, a most complete condemnation
of the whole radical system. All the ar?
guments npon which the negro amend?
ments to the Federal Constitution were
carried are thrown overboard by the rad?
icals themselves, and American legisla?
tion appears now beforo the civilized
world as preferring tho barbarous tribes
of tho Congo coasts to a people of a very
high, though not of our own civilization.
Tho decision becomes monstrous by the
hasty and outrageous discrimination
made in favor of Anicnu cannibals andi
against a highly cultivated race in Asia.
Except by the contamination resulting
from the daily iuterconrso of whito Sen?
ators with their negro colleagues, this dis?
crimination cannot be explained.
An American on his travels says : "I
asked a fellow tourist his opinion of the
Rhine. 'Wal, sir,'said he, 'its not so
graud as our North River. Wo hain't
got them old castles toe bo sure, but our
water's os broad sud our rooks air twice
as big and mostly porpoudic'lar.' I re?
marked that thc Rhine ruins were ex?
tremely picturesque, and certainly en?
hanced the beauty of tho river. ' Wal,'
said ho, 'I shouldn't wonder if our build?
ers could put us up a few if wo offered
them the contract, but our people don't
deal much iu rains, that's a fuct ; and
when you come to thick of it you can't
say there's much use in 'em.' "
On tho 11th of July, nt St. Peter's Church,
bv thc Kev. J. J. O'Connell. Mr. JAMES A.
DUNN, of Charleston, and Miss MAGGIE T.,
daughter of Hugh McElrouo, Esq., of Colum?
bia, S. C.
OW Thw? Southern Cell, Charleston, and
Albany, N. Y., papers pienso copy.
AMEETING of the ltelfef Richland Volun?
teer Association will be held at tho Hall
of tho Independent Piro Company, MONDAY
EVENING, July IS, to rc-rrganizo and make
arrangements to celebrate the Sth of August.
Y full attendance of tho members is request?
ed. Bv order of thc President.
July 15 3 W. T. WALTER, Secretary.
A Fresh Lot of Lemons,
USP received at the POLLOCK HOUSE.
Try them. July 15
nd BAGS RIO COPPER, for -nie low to
DU dealers bv EDWARD HOPE.
5,000 Live Indians,
JUST arrived per "Inland Air-Lino Route.
For sale bv GEO. SIMMERS.
Law Books on the New Code.
ALSO, a Variety of NEW LAW BOOKS
Acts of Legislature, Ac., for Bale bv
_April 20_BRYAN A McCARTER.
PARTIES wishing COAL for winter nee,
will leave their orders at once at A. Pal?
mer's store. BANKS A MOORE.
Samples for Distribution.
/~1 0 to HARDY SOLOMON'S and got a sample
VX of Dr. Price's ORHAM BAKING POW?
DERS. All they want is a trial, to convince
houac-keopers that they aro the beBt now in
use. " May 2(5_
Hams, Beef Tongues.
nAA SUGAR-CURED Orange Hams.
?j\J\J 1,000 lbs. Breakfast Bacon.
500 lbs. F M Smoked Tongues.
10 half bhls. Pickled Beef and Pork.
May 26 For ?ale by E.HOPE.
TWO ABLE HANDS, to work in Saw Mill;
one Engineer; ono good Teamster; ten
hands to got out cross-ties, six miles from Co?
lumbia. ISAIAH UALTIWANGER.
I. H. COLEMAN,
OFFICE, Du. GElOEn's, North-eastcorncr ot'
Plain and Assembly streets. All business
promptly attended to. May 21 Brno
pr BBLS. NEW FLOUR.
O 10 sacks clo AH of wheat of this
harvest, for salo low, by
July 2 LOIUHCK ?t: LOWRANCE.
E. Morris, Columbia. S. C.,
MANUFACTURER of COTTON GINS, at
$3.56 per saw. Our Gius aro warranted
to ploaso in every respect, or no salo, l'ro
. minni awarded nt Inst State Fair. Also, Wood
Turning in every description and stylo, at
I short notice. June ?10 .Imo
Removal ol Dental Office.
DR. D. L. BOOZER has removed his
ifiico to Mr. G. Diorcks' now building,
on Main street, over tho Messrs. Porter &
Co.'s Dry Goods' Store, where he offers his
professional services to his former patrons
and tho public. _Juno 28
BEGS tho kind indulgonco of his patients
until u'tor tho sossion of "American Den?
tal Association." Ho will return for business
about tho middle of August. July 14 25
J. B. LasSALLE,
Railroad Contractor and Bridge Builder
COLI .HIIIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
One Dollar Gounter.
Fifty Cents Counter.
Twenty-Five Cents Counter
IS daily replenished with a new and varied
assortment of useful and fancy articles,
suited to tho wauts of all. Di not fail to call
and soo them. C. P. JACKSON.
ALL persons having claims against tho
ostato o? RICHARD ALLEN, deceased,
lato of Columbia, S. C., will present them to
tho undersigned,legally proved as reqitirod by
law; and all persons indebted to said cst/itu
will please call and liquidate tho oaino inside
of thu next thirty days, otherwise they will
ho placed in tho hands of an attorney foi col?
lection. JOHN AGNEW,
Julv 9 sw8 Administrator.
Hungry people, go to Follock's.
KA CA8ES TABLE CLARET, for aale low,
OU for caBh, by GEO, B YUMERS.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho best manner, by first olaea workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Doo ld_WILLIAM GLAZE,
Fine Gold Watches
?j? iir-WQ OF &H description H, for Ladies
^3MP>^?E- Rnu" Gentlemen, for milo nt
fiSHn WILLIAM GLAZE'S,
?^^^^T^T Ono door North ol' Messrs.
Scott A Williams' Banking House. Dec 10
Fulton Market Pickled Beef.
Pickled Pi? Pork,
Pickled Salmon, for Bale by
March 8_ . E. HOPE.
Fruit and Fish.
CANNED PEACHES-2 lb. Oana-2?c. euch.
Canned Tomatoes-2 " " 20c. "
Canned 8abnon-1 lb. Cans-40o. each.
Canned Oyetera-1 lb. Cans-20c. "
Canned Lobsters-1 lb. Cana-20c. "
Canned Mackerel-2 lb. Cans-Gue. "
All fresh and linc, and for Balo in?
june 20 J. & T. R. AGNEW.
SINCE the lire of Sundry morning last, wo
have removed our atock to Brice's old
stand, corner Main and Blanding streets,
where we will keep constantly on hand a first
class stock of GROCERIES and PADILLY
SUlTLIliS generally. Will also purchase ab
kinda of country PRODUCE. My old custom?
ers and thu public aro invited to call.
July 10 J. A. HENDRIX A BRO.
f rU) encourage tho conaumption of the genu
X inc unadulterated CALIFORNIA CHAM?
PAGNES, we havo reduced the prices of the
annie to tho following low prices for cash only,
tiuarta, per Case of 1 Dozen, $13.00.
Pinta, per Caso of 2 Dozen, 11.00.
Sparkling Angelica, per case of 2
Dozen, Bints, 11.00.
Sparkling Catawba, per case of 2
Dozen, Pinta, 14 00.
Together with a full assortment of Choice
Ryo Whiskies, Genuine Otard Brandies, Old
j Pin t, Sherry and Madeira Wiues, Holland Gin,
Bum, and Rectified Liquors, which aro cou
! stantlv on hand aud for sale at low ligures, bv
? J"f>r?_J. & T. lt. AGNEW. *
How Lost! How Restored:
Just published, in a sealed envelope. Price G c's.
A" LECTURE ON THE NATURAL TREAT?
MENT, and Radical Cure nf Spermatorrhea or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions,
Sexual Debility, aud Impediments to Marriage)
amorally; Nervousness, Consumption, Epi?
lepsy, ami Fits; Mental and Physical Inca?
pacity, resulting from Self Abuse, Ac, bv
Robt. J. Cnlverwell, M. D., author of the
"Green Book." Ac.
"A BOON TO THOUSANDS OF SuFKr.aEns."
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, ?K)st-paid, on receipt of six cents, or
two postase stamps, bv CHAS. J. C. KLINE
A CO., 187 Bowry, Sew York, Post Ollloe
Also Dr. Culverwell'a "Marriage Guido,'
price 2.1 cents. il av f> Binn
AV COMMON PLEAS.
Maye ?fc Martin and others, rs. tho Bank of
Newberry, S. C.
BY an order of his Honor T. O. P. Vernon,
Judge of tho Court of Common Pleas for
the Seventh Circuit, paaacd in tho above
stated case, dated 20th day of May, 1870, all
suing creditors of the Bank of Newberry,
South Carolina, are enjoined from tho further
prosecution of their respective suits, and they
and all other creditora aro required to render
their demands at the office of tho Bank of
Newberry, S. C., at Newberry, in tho State of
South Carolina, for payment, on or before tho
1st day of December next; and if net paid
when so presented, then to render them with?
in the ttmo specified abovo, heforo Thomas
M. Lake, Special Referee, to bo established
heforo bim according to law.
THOS. M. LAKE,
Clerk of tho Court of Common Pleas for
Newberry Comity, S. C._May 28 gig
LINES OF 600?S
Will bo aold
At Less than Cost,
To close out
LADIES' LINEN SUITS,
Shetland Shawls, all colors,
Grenadine Shawls and Mantles, in black,
white and fancy colore,
Satin Stripo Bedouins.
Wc are now clearing out every article in
SUMMER GOODS, itEOABOLESS or COST, and
BIG BARGAINS may be auticipated.
W. D. LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building.
W. D. LOVE.
n. a. MVHF.KUV. July 10
Kina Chill Onre.
New Ticmedy, New Principle, No Poison.
ANEW discovory and a sovereign specific,
for tho cure of Iutormittont Fever, Remit?
tent Fover, Chill Fovet-, Dumb Aguo, Periodical
Headache or Bilious Headache and Bilioue Fe?
vers; and all diseases originating in Biliary
Derangement or Liver Disorder, caused hy
Impurity of Blood and Malaria of miasmatic
For sale by E. II. HEINITSn, Druggist,
Columbia, S. C.
Dr. E. H. Ileintlsh-DEAR SIR: I cheerfully
endorso tho recommendation given for your
"Kina Chill Cure," in cases of Chills and
Fever. I havo boon cured by your medicine
when everv other 1 tried failed. Yours truly,
S. L. SLOANE.
Dr. E. H. fleinllsh-DzMi Sin: Your "Kina
Chill Cure" has done all you promised it would
do in my case. A radical euro for Chill and
Fever. Tho chills aro gono. A gcnoral resto?
ration of mv health is tho result of only ono
bottlo. Mv'doubtB havo all been removed in
regard to'tho efficacy of your modicino. I
havo tried it, thorcforo I can endorso tho
statements of others, that it is tho best medi?
cine out. Yours, Ac, W. K. ELKINS.
Dr. E. IL fIcinilsh-V?\u SIB: I certify to
tho medicinal virtues of your "Rina Chill
Caro."' A member of my family has been af?
flicted with Chills and Fever for several
months, and nothing cured it hut your invalu?
able Chill Curo-only ono bottle used. Yours,
Ac., J. H. DISEKER.
Dr. E. IL ITclnitsh-VzxiX Sin: I have had
Chills and Fover for nome time. At your sug
gestion I tried your now medicine, "Kina
Chill Cure." I am completely cured, aud use
univ one bottle. Yours, respectfully,
Jinioi) t _J. N. DRENNAN.
Drinkists, go to Pollock's.
Stanley's Celebrated Cough Syrup-.
PREPARED only by E. IT. Heiuitsh; known
and approved for tho laut twenty-fivo years
aa tho bust Gough Syrup made. You havo
only to try it to be convinced. For aale by
June 9|j E. H. HEINITSH, Chcmiat.
THIRTY daya after date, the undersigned
will apply to A. Eilrd, Esq.., Judgocf Pro
hato of Lexington County, at his oflico, for a
final dischargo aa guardian of Bonjamin, Leo
nora and James Derrick.
JOHN S. DERRICK, Guardian.
LEXISOTOHO. HL, July 8. 1870. July 12 i 13
A fresh lot of
For salo by
Columbia Hotel Building,
June IS Colmnl>ln, S. C.
City Machine 'Works,
COLUMBIA, ?5. C.
aro prepared to
ablo and Stationa-"
ary Steam Engines
. and Boilers, Baw
Milln, Grist and
Flour Milla, Iron
and Brass Castings
of all descriptions,
Gearing Mill Irons,
May 21.ihno ROBT. MoBOUQALL.
REYNOLDS' IMPROVED METHOD
Artificial Dentures. .
Patented December. 18G7.
AFTER au ostensivo usc of thia important
improvement in practico for nearly two
years, it is with full confidence urged upon tho
profession and thc public, aa 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 is desirable that it should
fall especially into t he hands of thoso familiar
with gold plato work.
It may not bo generally known that they
who wear cases of artificial teeth, constructed
according to this patent, by Dentists who aro
not liccDsnee, render themselves liablo to tho
penalty of infringement, as well as tho ope?
Oflice rights will be disposed of and instruc?
tion given by letter, or at the operating rooms
of Reynolds Reynolds, where the manipula?
tion may be daily witnessed, and whero com?
munications may ho addressed.
WM. REYNOLDS, M. D.,
Aug 12 t_Columbia. S. C.
~ EDWARD H. HEINITSH,
Successor to Fisher ?fi llfinitsh.
Druggist and Apothecary,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
' TUE subscriber, having purchased tho
JMTxiutorest of Dr. John Eisner, dosires to
OJKOannounce that ho will continue tho
DRUG BUSINESS, at the old stand, and as?
sume tho eutiro management, aasiated by Mr.
HUGH ROLAND WILTBEROEU, a Bon of tho lato
Dr. J. It. Wiltberger. of Charleston, a young
man, correct and reliable, and of promising
ability in his profession. To tho friends and
patrons of tho old firm, to whom the aub
acriber foola under obligations for favors
shown, he returns ilia acknowledgments and
In taking charge of tho bneincaa, he assures
bia friends and tho public that no effort will
ho spared, on hie part, to auatain tho high
character and well-known reputation of tho
old houso. By assiduous and unromittod in?
attention, porsonal supervision in the com?
pounding of medicines and tho preparation of
Physician's prescriptions, ho hopes to secure
a continuance of thoso favors hitherto eo
liberally and generously bestowed.
E. H. HEINITSH,
July 1_Druggist and Apothecary.
WE BEG TO INFORM OUR NUMEROUS
friends and customers t h at we have ao arranged
our Goods aud Counters that there will not he
the slightest inconvenience in makiug pur?
chases while thc alterations in our store are
Wo would advise parties at a distance, who
cannot personally eelect goods, to eend us
their orders and we will most certainly please
in both cpiality and prices, or return the
We ship hy Expreaa "C. O. D." or aa direct?
ed. Still further reductions iu prices. Tho
stock must bc cleared.
June 11_J. IIM. L. KINARD.
MAMMOTH BOOT, SHOE, DAT
COLUMBIA IK) l l I. BUILDING.
HAYING dcterminod to reduce my prosont
spring and summer atock of BOOTS.
SHOES, HATS, Ac, which is very largo and
complete, in order to make arrangements for
the fall trado, I offer all goods in my lino at
COST for the noxt thirty days; at which timo
stock will bo taken. Thia is a rare opportu?
nity, especially for tho trado and consumers,
to secure great bargains, and I would most
respectfully solicit a call. A. SMYTHE.