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LONDON, July 18.-Fr nea i an vessels in
English ports have. dischargsd their
crew's and laid up.
The Times, in an editorial, this morn?
ing, expects to be obliged to chronicle
Prussian reverses at first, owing to supe?
rior preparations and efficiency of the
Frenoh army. Prussia needs at least an?
other fortnight to get altogether in rea?
diness. In another editorial, the Times
says: France, -without the shadow of an
excuso or of justification, plunges Eu?
rope into a war, of which no person
living may see the end.
LONDON, July 18.-Tho stock market
in London and Liverpool is purely nomi?
nal; there have been no genuine transac?
tions. A panic has ailsun from a rumor
that the Emperor of Russia pronounces
in favor of Prussia, and mobilizes the
Russian army. This rumor paralizes
ZURICH, July 18.-Switzerland declares
for armed neutrality.
PARIS, July 18.-Franco demauds a
decision from tho South German Slates
by noon to-day.
Tho neutrality of Sweden has been
officially declared, tho Government hav?
ing previously commuuicated with j
.: QT. PETERSBURG, July 18.-During the
massacr?e of tho French at Tiensiu,
China, all Germans were spared.
! Domestic ?uw?.
WASHINGTON, July 18.-The Govern?
ment will be urged to provide for trans?
portation, nuder a neutral flag, of tho
Brest and Southampton mails, which
have recently beeu carried by the steam- !
er North German, of the Lloyd, Ham-1
burg and American Company, and the
Compagne Gevernlo Ttansatlantique.
The French Government forbids any j
cyphers in telegrams. No collision yet
The Departments at Washington havo
received no unusual despatches, except
that of the Prussian Minister to hold
German vessels in safe ports. Tho Ad?
ministration havo no fears of complica?
tions or of dangers to American ship?
NEW YORK, July 18.-Many Germans
have telegraphed Bismarck for suTe
transportation home to join in tho fight.
Norway and Sweden will join the
French, provided tho French fleet ope?
rates in tho North German seas.
Euglaud is negotiating for neutrality
with Hollaud, which, it is said, France
favors. Tho position of Russia is un?
certain. Tho latest surmises show that
tho disposition of Russia is to support
Tho French Corps Commanders are:
First, Canrobert; seoond, Palikao; third,
Trossard; fourth, McMahon; fifth, Tr illy;
the Imperial Guard and Reservo, Basino.
Franco distrusts Belgium, because two
alienated Frenchmen, Chasel and Brai
mant, commaud her corps.
' Telegraph companies have made ar?
rangements to reach nil European coun?
tries without touching Fraucc.
Don Carlos bas buen expelled from
,The evacuation of Rome is again re?
Tho French men-of-war are watchiug
the.depnrture of Prussian iron-clads from
The latest from tho front np to 1 p.
m., js that no blood has been spilt.
Baron Alfonzo Rothschild has resign?
ed the Parisian Consul-Genoralsbip, be?
cause the King of Prussia refused to re?
ceive him at Etns.
Tho Prussians are iu force at Soar
burack, Newberg and Linden.
RALEIGH, July 18.-Kirk arrested seve?
ral citizens of Alamance, Friday. A writ
of habeas corpus, granted by Chief Jus?
tice Pearson, Saturday, was served on
Kirk'ycsterday, and ho refused to obey,
saying, "that sort of thing was played
out." The charges against those arrest?
ed are not made known; thero was no
warrant sworn out against them; they
are tho first citizens of this County.
Trouble is anticipated. An injunction
.will bo served out to-day, forbidding tho
Troasnrer paying money for State troops.
Thero is no insurrection nor resistance
to civil law in tho State.
The recent arbitrary arrests of conser?
vatives, by Kirk, have created intense
feeling, but tho people are determiued to
bear all with patience and fortitude, and
rely on tho ballot-box, in August, as a
NEW ORLEANS, July 18.-A difficulty
occurred Sunday afternoon bctweon tho
whites and blacks, passengers on tho
steamer Creole, when near Mississippi
City. Michael Neider, a white man, was
cut with a razor, two negroes were shot
and killed, and another severely beaten.
Tho steamboat Right of Way exploded
this morniug near Thibadeaux Bayou
Lafoaucho and sunk almost immediately,
killing twelve and wounding eight or
Fans assume an importance not known
to old-fashioned belles, though tho fan
has always been a most important ad?
junct to successful flirtation. Atpresout
these pretty' trifles must correspond with
tho dress. Fans for full dress are made
of pearl and satin and point lace, and
cost Sol) or moro. For moro common
purposes, linen fans, in ti tits of gray or
buff, and Japanese paper fans, with bam?
boo handles, may be had.
Georgo Alfried Townsend writes
"There is no frieud to a journalist like
an enemy. The meaner tho attack, thc
moro inscrutably it comes to benefit,
William Cobbott once said: 'Every meat
enemy brings mo n now thought, twe
now friends and five new subscribers.' '
Tho regular annual fair of the tobaccc
trade of Louisville was held in that city
yesterday. Entries of tobacco wen
made from Kentucky, Indiana, Tenues
see and Illinois.
Crimped waterfalls aro coming in tc
fashion ut the East again, and will bi
more popular than tho braids.
FINANCIAL. ARD COMMBUCIAL.
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NEW yous, Jaly l8r-Noon.-Stocks
very strong. Money ^@6. Gold 19%.
Exchange-long 10; short 10%. Bonds
9^. Tennessee's, ex-cbupoq, 65; new
03>2? Virginia's, ex-coupon, 65; new
65; Louisiana's, old, 73)?; levees 72%;
8'B 91??; Alabama 8's 99; Georgia 6'e84;
7's 92%; North Carolina's, old. 50%;
new 80??; South Carolina's, old, 87;
new 78*'?. Hour 35@50c. higher and
active. Wheat 5o. higher and wanted.
Corn 2o. higher and quiet. Pork dull
and unsettled. Lard a shade firmer and
quiet. Cotton irregular-middling up?
lands 19j?ii; Orleans 20^; sales 400 bales.
Freights nominally higher.
7 P. M.-Cotton dull and nominal;
sales 1,300 bales-uplands 19%. Fiour
-super State email@example.com; oommon to
fair extra Southern 6.40?7.50. Wheat
-winter red nud amber Western 1.55@
1.65; white Western firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn
-new mixed Western 98(y)1.10. Beef
and pork firm. Lard a sbade firmer.
Whiskey email@example.com,'?. Groceries quiet.
Freights decidedly higher-steam 3; sail
2@6; grain-steam 12. Money more
active, at 5?6. Sterling 10. Gold,
after reaching 22j?, closed quiet, at
20%. Government's closed quiet.
CINCINNATI, July 18.-Flour advanced
30c. Provisions firm.
ST. LOXJIS, July 18.-Flour advanced
25o. Corn advanced 2(?3c. Provisious
LOUISVILLE, Jjdy 18.-Flour active
-family 5,50. Corn 1.10. Provisious
aotive. Pork 30.50; shoulders 14>?;
clear "sides 18^. Lard 17%. Whiskey
NEW ORLEANS, July 18.-Cotton irregu?
lar-middlings 17}3'; sales 500 bales; re?
SAVANNAH, July 18.-Cotton quiet and
low-middlings 17,1?; shies 50 bales.
AUGUSTA, July ?8.-Cotton dull, at
17}.<; sales 72 bales; receipts 52.
CHARLESTON, July 18.-Cotton-mid?
dling 18; sales 500 bales; net receipts
216; exports coastwise 446; stock 5,755.
LONDON, Julv 18-Noou.-Cousols
91'.i. Bonds 85. Stocks flat.
LATE?.-Consols 90,'.,'. Americau se?
curities flat. Bonds 82%.
LIVERPOOL, July 18-Noon.-Cotton
heavy and nominal-uplauds 0%; Or?
leans 9;,u'; sales 7,000 bales.
LIVERPOOL, July 18-Eveuing. - Cot
tou flat and irregular-upland* 'J/1^; Or?
leans 0%; sales 6,000 bales. Tho panic
markets here make quotations irregu?
lar and nominal.
CINCINNATI PRODUCE AND PROVISION
MARKET-Reported by Morris & Reid,
Voduce and Provision Brokers.-CIN?
CINNATI, OHIO, July 13, 1870.-Provi
jsious-The market continues strong and
tho domaod is fair for all articles. Mess
Pork is firmly held at 30.00, with sales
>f 100 bbls. choice ut this figuro. Bacon
tho demand is less active, but tho mar?
ket is firm, with sales of shoulders at
I3;\i; clear rib sides at 16-?4', and clear
sides at 17j;i-all packed. There is
some demand at these prices for August
delivery, with few sellers. Somo clear
rib sides sold at 17c, buyer all August.
Bulk meats-there is a good detnaud for
shoulders at 12c. loose aud 12j4'c. packed,
with somo ottered at %c. higher. Sides
are linn at 15, and clear rib at l?'.i loose.
Clear sides are in demand at 16c. loose,
with 1:lo. more asked; 25,000 lbs. shoul?
ders soldat Indianapolis at 121.,, packed.
Lard is firm, with a moderate demand
for city at 16, and country IS?.,. Hams
tho supply is light aud prices advauced
to 23c. for sugar-cured canvassed and
packed. Flour-there is a fair local
demand, tho receipts and offerings
being light; prices hoing well sustained,
but the market is without much anima?
tion; family is ottered at 5.75(^0.00 for
winter, auc? extra eau bo bought at 5.50,
with some selected brands selling at 5.75;
I superfine is dull at 5.00(V<}5.15, and low
grades at 4.50(^4.80. Hay-No. 1 Timo?
thy 18(f?20, aud lower grades 13@16 per
tou, on arrival, and 1(^2 per ton higher
from store. Rates of freight from Cin
ciuuati to Columbia, S. C., via Green
line and M. O. Express-bacon, per 100
lbs. 88; flour, per bbl. 1.56; corn, per
100 78; grain and oats, per 100 78; pork,
per bbl. 2.26.
White toilets are most popular this
summer, and they aro, for the most part,
very beautiful and becoming. Tho fa?
vorite fabrics are French muinsook, soft
aud fine, and which is Bold at from so
venty-fivo cents to ono dollar per 3Tard.
Victoria lawn, Swiss muslin, French or?
gandie, repped pique, and Chinese grass
cloth, all of which make up splendidly in
snits, and cost from fifteen to twenty-five
cents per yard.
Grant congratulates the Viceroy of In?
dia on "tho conuectiou of your country
with tho balance of the world." Does
tho bnlauco refer to tho scale by means
of which Grant weighs his Fish in thc
Stato Department?-New York Leader.
I. H. COLEMAN,
OFFICE, Dn. GEIOSB'S, North-custcoi ncr ol
Plain and Assembly streets. All bushiest
promptly attended to. May 21 '.imo
Fulton Market Pickled Beef.
Pickled Pig Pork,
Pickled Salmon, for sale by
Mandi 8 E. flOPE.
E. Morris, Columbia. S, C.,
MANUFACTURER of COTTON GINS, al
$3,59 per saw, Our Cons aro warranted
to ploaso in every respect, or no sale. Pre
minni awarded atlast State Fair. Also, Wow
Turning in every description and style, al
short notice. June :to";Jino
npiHRT? days after dato, the Ulldorsigliet
JL will apply to A. Elird, Esq., Judge i f Pro
bate of Lexington County, at his office, for i
final discharge as guardian of Renjamin, Leo
nora and Janies Derrick.
JOHN H. DERRICK. Guardian.
LEXINOTON C. IL, July 8, 1S70. July 12 J13
jedi Lot of Lemons,
-HjflT rWolve? at tho P?LL^^bK 'H?USE.
tl fry thain". _ ' July 16
Old Java Co flee.
MATS Old Government JAVA COFFEE,,
for sale at reduced pri?e?. E. HOPE
pr rv CASES TABLE CLARET, for sale loit,
OU for cash, by GEO. SYMMER8.
June 23 _
6,O0O Live Indians,
JUST arrived per "Inland Air-Line Itouto."
For aale by GEO. BYMMEKS.
5RBLS. NEW FLOUR.
10 Mackti do All of wheat of thia
harvest, for sale low bv
July 2_LORRICK ii- LOWRANCE.
PARTIES wishing COAL for winter use,
will leave their orders ut once at A. Pal?
mer's atore. RANKS A MOORE.
Law Books on the New Code.
ALSO, a Variety o? NEW LAW ROOKS
Acta of Legislature, Ac, for salo bv
April 20_HUYAN A M ?CARTER.
fr rv BAGS RIO COFFEE", for salo low to
OVJ dealers bv EDWARD HOPE.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
LN the bost manner, by i*rst class workmen,
ENGRAVING tinclv executed/
Dec 16 WILLIAM GLAZE.
Removal of Dental Office.
DR. D. L. BOOZER has removed his
rofhee to Mr. G. Dieroks' now building,
on Main street, over tho Messrs. Portor A
Co.'a Dry Goods' Store, where ho offers his
professional services lo his former patrons
and tho public. June 28
^RTTH?MAS T. MOORE,
BEGS the kind indulgence of his patients
until after the session of "American Den?
tal Association." He will return for business
about the middle of August. July li 25
! Railroad Contractor and Bridge Builder
Tros 11 c - wo r k in el uded,
COL.V.11UIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Julv 12 3mo
SINCE the fire of Sundry morning last, we
have removed our stork to Brice's old
staud, corner Main and Rlanding btroota,
where we will keep constantlv on hand a tirst
elnus stock o? OR00F.KIES and FAMILY
SUPPLIES generally. Will also purchase all
kinds of country PRODUCE. My old custom?
ers and the public are invited to call.
July 10_ J. A. HENDRIX A BRO.
The Georgia Gin.
THE most universally and deservedly popu?
lar GIN in uso. Everybody who knows it,
buys it, and those who buy it, are always
pleased with it. It claims no needles, no con?
densers, no steel brush, hut simply to bc the
best Gin in usc, everything considered.
Prices moderate; quality always guaranteed.
LORRICK J- LOWRANCE,
July 17 2mo Agents, Columbia.
How Lost! How Kcsim-td !
Just published, in a sealed envelope. Price 0 els.
A LECTURE ON THE NATURAL TREAT- I
MENT, and Radical Cure nf Spermatorrhea or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions,
I Sexual Debility, and Impediments to Marriage
amorally; Nervousness, Consumption, Epi?
lepsy, and Fits; Mental and Physical luca
pacitv, resnlting from Self Abuse, Ac, by
Robt. J. Culverwoll, M. D., author ot the
"Green Book," Ac.
"A BOON TO THOUSANDS OF SUFFERERS."
Sent under Heal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, post-pa id, on receipt of six cents, or
two postage stamps, bv CHAS. J. C. KLINE
?V CO., 1?7 Bowery, Sew York, Post Office
Also Dr. Cnlvcrwell'd "Marriago Guide,'
price 2;"3 cents. May ? 3mo
" EDWARD H.???N?TSHr
Successor to Fisher & Ueinitsh,
Druggist and Apothecary,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JL* TUE subscriber, having purchased the
rT/.interest of Dr. John Fisher, desires to
QJL?announce that he will continue the
D?TUG BUSINESS, at the old stand, and as?
sume tho entire management, assisted by Mr.
Huon ROLAND WiLTiiEKGF.n, a sou of the late
Dr. J. R. Wiltbcrgcr. of Charleston, a yoting
man, correct and reliable, and of promising
ability in bis profession. To tho friends and
patrons of the old firm, to whom tho sub?
scriber feels under obligations for favors
shown, hu returns bia acknowledgments and
In taking charge of the business, he assures
bia friends and tho public that no" effort will
bc spared, on his part, to sustain thu high
character and well-known reputation of tho
old house. Ry assiduous and unroinittod at
attention, personal supervisi?n in tho com?
pounding of medicines and tho preparation of
Physician's prescriptions, ho hopes to secure
a continuance of those favors hitherto so
liberally and generously bestowed.
E. H. HEINITSII,
July 1 Druggist and Apothecarv.
J WE BEG IO INFORM OUR NUMEROUS
[ j friende andcuatomcrsthat wo have so arranged
I our Goods and Counters that there will net be
the slightest inconvenience in making pur?
chases while tho alterations in our store are
Wu would advise parties at a distance, who
cannot personally select gooda, to send us
j their orders and we will most certainly please
j j in both quality and prices, or return the
^ j money.
I We ship by Express "C. O. D." or as direct
1 ed. Still further reductions in prices. The
i stock must be cleared.
?uJ?PJi_ J. H. A M. L. KIN ARD.
Driukists, go to Pollock's.
BUSHELS brime Clay Cow Pete, fori
seod, for Bale by ..? E. HOPE.
Sr. Price's Cream Baking Powders,
THE best now in Uso, for sale by
May 20_HARDY SOLOMON.
Acolored MAN or LAD to serve as Porter
und do general bouso work. Cull at this
Hams, Beef Tongues.
?)AA SUGAR-CURED Orange Hame.
?\J\J 1,000 lbs. Breakfast Bacon.
500 lbs. F M Smoked Tongues.
10 half bids. Pickled Beef and Pork.
May 2f>_For sale by E.HOPE.
Samples for Distribution.
/~1 O lo HARDY SOLOMON'S and get a namplo
VJT of Dr. Price's CREAM BAKING POW?
DERS. All they want ts a trial, to convince
houac-kecpera that they aro tho beat now in
MY Office will bo closed during my abeenco
from tho city. All caBOS act down for
trial on tho 19th to tho 28th instant, inclusive,
will be continued and tried on tho 30th Julv,
1870. A. L. SOLOMON, '
July 17 G _Trial Justice.
FIIOM 50 CENTS TO 25 CENTS A YA UH,
July 17 C. F. JACKSON'S.
A fresh lol bl
For sale bv
Columbia Hotel Building,
June 18 Columblu, S. C.
City Machine Works,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
aro prepared to
able and Stationa
ary Steam Enginca
and Boilers, Saw
Millf, Grist and
Flour Mills, Iron
and Brass Castings
of all descriptions,
Gearing Milt Iron*,
May 21 3mo ROBT. MCDOUGALL.
To tho Public.
MESSRS. JOHN E. CLINE A CO. beg to
inform the citizens of Columbia, that
tiiev have this dav opened an ACCOUNT?
ANT'S AND GENERAL AGENCY BUSINESS,
and are now prepared to undertake thc ad?
justment, balancing and keeping of Accounts,
for merchants and others. Administration
Accounts, United States aud State Official
Documenta carefully prepared.
Rusiness will bo promptly attended to on
application to Mr. J. E. CLINE, Managing
Partner, at the County Commissioner's Office,
under the Court Room. June 20 U3
Crimson Tetter Wash,
FOR Totter, Ringworm, Pimples, Blotches,
Tan, Freckles, Redness of the Skin,
Chapped Hands and Face, and all Eruptions
and Excoiiutions of the Skin, tending tomar
the beauty and bloom of thc human lace. It
renders tho akin soft and fair, and restores
thu natural freshness and roseato buu of thc
complexion, so attractive in the female aex.
Prepared only by E. H. HEINITSH,
_Juno 0 % Chemist, Columbia, 8. C.
Quaker Liniment a Household Remedy
IT cures Achea and Pains of all kinds, in?
ternal aud external. Thia QCAKEU LINI?
MENT ia tho best medicine in tho world for
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Soro Throat, Tooth?
ache, Pains in Rack, Face-ache, Swellings,
Sprains, Bruises, Snake Bites, Stings of In?
sects, tor Cramp in thc Stomach, Cholera,
Colic, Sick stomach, Summer Complaints.
Prepared only by E. II. HEINITSH,
June 0 i Chomist, Columbia. S. C.
IHAYE just received tho following list of
choice WINES, comprising the finest Euro?
pean brands. This is, without doubt, the
largest and beet assortment ever offered in
CL, A ni: is.-Brandenburg Freres' Mcdoc,
St. Julien. Margaux, Pontet Cauct, LaRose,
Chateau LaRoao, Grand Vin Latour, 1S?S;
Margaux, 1858; i.aFittc. 1858.
mn KS AND SAUTERNES-Lanbcn
heimer, Neersteimer, Hockheimer, Mnrco
bruner, Rudeaheimer, Haut Sauterne, Haut
CHAMPAGNES-Moet & Chandon's Yer
zenay, Dry Imperial; Vin Imperial, Giocn
Seal.* Bruch, Toucher Si Co.'s Lac D'Or, Carte
D'Or, Sparkling Moselle.
SHERRIES. Ail Grades, from boneo of
Wisdom Si Wai ter, Xcr?8 do La Frontera, in?
cluding Bomo very choice "AMONTILLADO,"
wortbv tho attention of connoiaeura.
May 15_GEORGE 3YMMER3.
Ju a Recent Improvement.
REPLACES tho use of tho BITTER SUL?
PHATE QUININE, with which all aro
familiar. Dose for doso, it ia
WARRANTED FULLY EQUAL
in every way
TO BITTER QUININE,
and, like it, ia the one
Great, Positive, and Unfailing Cure
DISEASES OF MALARIOUS ORK! IX.
Fever nml Ague.
I) u m h Agu?-,
and the long train of disorders following these
is made solely from Peruvian Bark, (so is
Ritter Quinine,) therefore is of vegetable
origin, and not a Mineral poison, but on the
contrary, is proved to be one of the elements
found in the blood of all healthy persons.
acts as an antidote to, as well as a cure for,
malarial or miaeuiatio poison, the absorption
of which by the lungs causes Intermittent
Fevers, otc. Ibo only advantages claimed
over the uso of old Bitter Quinine, is tho
entire absence of that intense, persistent bit?
terness, which in the latter is au insurmounta?
ble obstacle to its uso with most persons, and
always with children.
is in two forma-in Powder, for the use of
Physicians and Druggists, and Fluid, for use
in tho lamilv and for thc general public.
" STEARNS, FARR At CO.,
Manufacturing Chemists, New York.
June l-l (Gmo
BOOK, JOB AND NEWSPAPER
A FEW DOOKS ABOVE TAYLOR,
THE Proprietor of the PIKKNIX has fitted np
and thoroughly furnished his office for'the
execution of all kinda of PLAIN ?ND ORNA?
MENTAL LETTER PRESS PRINTING.
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Tho Typo, Border, Rulep, Ornamente, Cuta,
etc., are of MODERN STYLE, carefully
selected from tho largest and beat
Thc Presses are of tho MOST
A P P R O VED ?%~. Ift?ta PATTERNS
Hoe, Adams "i^fiJSc??ifci. aud Liber?
ty- i iud nd *&?5p8fflfiS^ ""? Platen
and Bed 'y^SSB^ and
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Professional Mon, Merchants. Manufacturera
and Mechanics, can be supplied with ANY
KIND OR STYLE OF PRINTING,
however large or small their ordora
may be, more expeditiously
than at any other oftico in
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A LARGE AND YARIED STOCK OF CARDS
Card Board, Letter. Note, Cap and Colored
Papers, Bill Heads, etc., will bo kept
constantly on hand, from which
selections eau be made.
With tho LARGE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL
on hand, tho style, quality and coat of
work cannot fail to give satisfaction.
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Orders from abroad will receive IMMEDIATE
ATTENTION, and the work forwarded
to ita destination without delay.
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rhiais t he on 1 y .> g ". ' / ''_3t0 establishment
in the State. ;^ X&S^J? .'ia/'//. where Sheet
POSTEltS, ^'.?!ja!?#'l-c- CRn bo
AND BF. CONVINCED.
JULIAN A. SELBY, PROPRIETOR.
Jlcxcoh, Coffee, Lard, Motantes, ie.
BY JJ. C. PEIXOTTO & S UH.
THIS TUESDAY MORNING, 19th Jnly, at
IO o'clock at our Auction room, wo will
3.000 Iba. primo smoked Bacon Sidoa.
2,000 lbB. primo dry salted Sides.
l,5O0 lbs. sugar-enrod breakfast Bacon.
1,500 lbB. Now York Sbouldcre.
10 bbla. Molaaaea.
15 bagB extra Rio Coffee.
20 boxes Adamantino Candles.
15 boxea fino Dairy Cheoao.
20 kegi extra Lard.
Sundry articles Furniture, Crockery, Glass
Jara, Scaloa, Tinware, etc., ute.
Conditions-cash. July 19
REYNOLDS' IMPROVED METHOD
Patented December. 18C7.
A FTER an extensive uao of thia important
l\. improvement in practico for noarly two
yearn, it is with full confidence urged upon the
profession aud tho public, as fulfilling more
thoroughly and aatiafactorily than any other
mode, ovory intention of Artificial Donturos.
As in thia method, rubber tooth aro alto?
gether discarded, it ia desirable that it should
fall especially into tho banda of those familiar
with gold plato work.
It may not bo generally known that thoy
who wear cases of artificial tooth, constructed
according to thiB patent, by Dentista who aro
not licensees, render themselves liable to tho
penalty of infringement, >B well aa tho ope?
Office rights will bo disposed of and instruc?
tion given by letter, or at the operating rooms
of Reynolds A Reynolds, whero the manipula?
tion 'may bo daily witnessed, and where' com?
munication? may bo addressed.
WM. REYNOLDS, M. D.,
Aug 12 t Columbia. 8. C.
Ll?ES OF GOODS
Will bc sold
At Less than Cost,
To cloeo out
LADIES' LINEN SUITS.
Shetland Shawla, all colors,
Gronadino Shawla and Mantles, in black,
white and fancy colora,
Satin Stripe Bedouins.
We aro now clearing out every article in
SUMMER GOODS, UEOAQDLESS OF COST, and
BIG BARGAINS may be anticipated.
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Bnilding.
w. n. LOVE.
n. n. ar'cBEEnv. July 10
UA1IM0TD BOOT, SHOE, HAT
COLUMBIA HOTEL BUILDING.
HAVING determined to roduco my proseut
spring and Bummer atock of BOOTS,
SHOES, HATS, Ac., which ia very largo and
comploto, in order to make arrangemonta for
the fall trade, I offer all gooda in my lino at
COST for tho next thirty daya; at which time
stock will ho taken. Thia ia a raro opportu?
nity, especially for the trado and consumers,
to secure great bargains, and I would moat
reapoctftilly solicit a call. A. SMYTHE.
COTTON AND HAY PEESS.
Challenge Open to tho World!
THE peoplo deairo to know tho boat and
most practical COTTON AND HAY PRESS.
Being tho Inventor and Proprietor of tho
above improved and recently patented Power
Cotton and Hay Press, I propose to the repro
aentativea of Presses throughout the country,
to have a public contest in packing cotton at
Columbia, during Fair week of tho Agricultu?
ral and Mechanical Asaociation of South Ca*
roliua. Aa I do not propoBO to gain anything
by tho contest, except proatige and to bring
my ProBB gonorally to the noticoof tho public,
my proposition ia, that each competitor sub?
scribo $30 aa an ontranco feo, which shall con?
stitute a fund, to bo equally divided, aa a
contribution, botwecu the Ladiea' Industrial
and Monumental Associations of South Caro?
lina. Tho contest to tako placo in public, on
tho Fair Grounds, and opon to all classes of
Presses, whether propelled by hand, horse,
steam, or any other power, and to bo decided
by a committee, aelected by tho* contestants
themselves, which committed shall tako into
consideration tho style and manner in which
t hu cotton is put up, and tho actual per centum
of time, labor and power required to doit, tho
chief object being to ascertain the moat sim?
ple, economical, durable and practicablePreaa
for general uso. Not loss than thrco baloa, of
500 pounds oach, brought to a compaaa of
twenty cubic feet, will bo considered a fair
teat. Persons intending to enter tho contest,
will givo their names, either in person or by
letter, to Col. J. P. Tnomas, of Columbia, S.
C., who will aunouuoe the same publicly in
tho Columbia PIUKNIX. J. K. DAVIS.
MONTICELLO, S. C.
I In making my bow to tho public, aa tho
representative of a new invention, 1 do not
como with a long list of certificates from
others, and most extravagant assertions of
my own as to the power and efficacy of my
Press, but am perfectly content to throw it
entirely upon its oxen merits, trusting to tho
judgment of a scrutinizing and discriminat?
ing public to award to it that amount of favor
and patronage to wihch merit alone justly en?
In tho salo of my Presses, I have adopted
tho "No Cure, No Pay System." Every Press
will be warranted to give satisfaction, or no
Price, delivered all complete on thc ears,
(IOS. For any further information, address
Mr. J. A. J. DERRICK. Agent and Manufac?
turer, at Columbia, S. C., or the subscrthor, at
Monticello, 8. C. J. K. DAVIS.
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