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BERLIN, July 20.-It ia ?aid here that
the failure of au intrigue by the Empress
Eugenie to marry her niece, the Duchess
of Alba, to Prince Leopold of Hohenzol?
lern, is the real source of the present
trouble between France and Prussia.
The father of the Duchess is now in
Madrid, drowned in debt and generally
PARIS, July 22.-Henry Martin, the
celebrated French historiau, publishes a
long article in the Si?cle, this morning,
taking tho ground that the extravagant
protentions of tho Pope arc fatal to the
liberties of tho Gallieau church.
Tho Official Journal publishes a circu?
lar from the Minister of Foreign Affairs,
dated the 21st instaut, addressed to the
diplomatic agents of Franco nt foreign
. capitals. The circular montions the ex?
planation made on tho 15th of July in
chambers, iu regard to tho rapid events
of a negotiation, in which as fast as wo
redoubled our efforts to presorve the
peace, secret designs wero developed by
an adversary resolved to render peace
impossible. Whether tho Berlin Cabi?
net had judged war necessary for the
accomplishment of their projects against
tho self-government of tho Germon
States, or hardly satisfied at having
established iu the centre of Europe a
military power formidable to all its
neighbors, they had wished to turu to
account tho power already acquired by
displacing definitely, to the advantage
of Prussia, the international equilibrium,
with tho premeditated intention to ro
fuso us guarantees which were indispen?
sable to our security, as well as our
honor, is shown by the strongest evi?
dence. Leaving their conduct of tho
negotiations, the circular then mentions
tho candidature of Hohenzollern, and
declares that the Berlin Cabinet hoped
to place the Prince on the throne of
Charles V by surprise, belioviug Europe
would accept, and it would be au accom?
plished fact, and that Frauce, in spite of
her temporary displeasure, would hesi?
tate to oppose the expressed will of the
Spanish people, who wero friendly to
her. The French Government, informed
of the danger from this interview, did
not hesitate to denounce to tho repre?
sentatives of the people aud foreign
powers. All have felt that Prussia waa
alone in her unscrupulous policy, ond
that knowing herself to be without the
support of a common right, she has,
nevertheless, sought to impose upon
Europe to further thc abuso of so dan?
gerous au extension of her influence.
Franco took up the cause of tho balance
of power, knowing it to be the cause of
all peoples menaced like herself by dis?
proportionate aggrandizement of one
royal house. In doing so, she has not
placed herself in opposition to her own
maxim, and policy, or those of great
powers. Tho circular cites as proof, the
cases of Belgium, Greece and Naples,
and the refusal of the great powers to
allow any of their Princes to mount
tho30 thrones. The circular then men?
tions the withdrawal of Hohenzollern,
tho refusal of Prussia to give guarantees,
and other incidente which have followed.
Adding that France ought to demand
guarantees, since Prussia had already
given her word that the Prince of Ho?
henzollern should not mount the throne
of Spain, when in March, 18C9, there
had been a question of his candidature.
At that time, tho French Minister at
Berlin told the King that no Prussian
could reign in Spain. Count Bismarck
replied, France need not concern herself
about a contingency so improbable; and
that Herr Von Thete, the Prussian Under
Secretary of Foreign Affairs, gave his
word of honor that Hohenzollern was
not, and could not be, a candidate. If
assurances thus solemn cannot be relied
upon, diplomatic intercourse must cease.
In repudiating such pledges, Prussia
challenges France, who now only de?
mands, in view of previous tergiversa?
tion, that tho former's renunciation of
her designs be made real and permanent.
Tho circular, after declaring that his?
tory must assign to Prussia the responsi?
bility for the war, which she had the
means of avoiding, and which, while she
affects to deplore it, she has rather
sought, asks, under what circumstances
has she done this. It is when Frauce,
for four years past, has refrained, with
almost exaggerated scrupulousness, from
invoking against her treaties concluded
under tho mediation of the Emperor,
bat to which sho has failed to give a
voluntary support, of all tho acts of
Prussia, which has only thought of the
means of freeing herself from tho obli?
gations of treaties even while signing
them, Europe has benn witness. Lot
Europe pronounce npon the justice of
Evening journals report several skir?
mishes between tho advanced guards
along tho line of the frontier, but give
no details. It is extremely difficult to
Berthemey remains at Washington.
The Moniteur says it is not true that
Spain made an alliauce with Frauce.
Spain romains neutral. Discussiug Prus?
sia's demand for neutrality of the Baltic,
it says: Any support of Prussia's de?
mand will bo regarded as an act of hos?
tility to France, as the Baltic is destined
to play an important rolo in the war.
PARIS, July 23-Mid-night.-The re?
port that tho Prussian army fell back
between Coblentz and Mayeuco is de?
nied. Tho Swiss Government forbids
tho exportation of cereals and horses.
Laboef has left Paris for thc front. It
is said tho Emperor goes to-morrow
Thc Emperor came to Paris to-day,
and received the Corps L?gislatif/ at tho
Lebocf pormits correspondents within
the linen, upon parole that they print
A French naval expedition sails from
Cherbourg to-day. ( ion. Duyso will lead
the advance over tho Rhine. Saerbruek
will be the centre of operations.
North Germnii Consuls arc directed to
forward oil; Germana- hoble to mijitwry
duty, paying their passage, and furniah
iug necessary artiolee; (deo, to forward ou
the same terms all volunteers. Martial
law bas been proclaimed in Prussian
Rhenish Provinces, and in Besse, Hano?
ver, Schleswig, and Eastern Prussia,
Tho port of Hamburg is still opeu. The
Prussian head-quartors |aro within eight
miles of Bingen and Kroutzeuach.
LONDON, July 23.-The details of the
Chinese massacre is folly authenticated
in the first accounts. Neither age nor
sex were spared.
Telegraphic date6 have been received
from Paris up to noon to-day. No fight?
ing had occurred^etweeu the Prussians
and French. Nows from the seat of war
is meagre and unimportant.
Bull Run Russell, the IHmes corres?
pondent, was arrested at Metz, while
jourueyiug towards Prussia.
fijTho Times criticises Napoleon's recent
circular; his idea that the war. urged
with the numerous approval of tho peo?
ple, must be right, is untrue, and the
real author of thu war is not ho who de?
clares it, but he who makes it necessary.
Over 100,000 volunteers have been en?
rolled in Germany.
lu tho North German Parliament, last
ovnuing, Bismarck denied the assertion
of DeGrammont, that Germany bad con?
fessed the iinpWsibility of Princo Ho?
henzollern's candidacy; he asserted that
from tho timo the Government first knew
of the project, nothing porsonal or offi?
cial was said to Beneddtti about it.
A uumbcr of American ladies, yester?
day, took the first step towards formiug
nu international committee, to aid the
wounded. Great patriotic demonstra?
tions at Lyons, yesterday. At Strasburg
there arc prayer meetings every day for
tho success of the French arms. The I
Swiss Legation is charged with tho pro?
tection of Bavarian citizens here. The
Dutch Consul will protect French citi?
zens in Prussia. Belgium has forbidden
the exportation of horses.
Prince Royal Frederick commands the
Prussian left; Prince Frederick Charles
tho centre; Henry von Bcttenfeld the
right; Gen. von Falkensteiu commands
the coast defences.
VIENNA, July 23.-It is believed here
the neutrality of Russia and Austria has
been agreed upon.
ROME, July 23.-The last} of the pre?
lates who havo been hero in attendance
on tho Oeumouical Council are leaving
BERLIK, July 23.- Yesterday tho Bourse
was excited over thc rumor that Russia
had declared war against Frauce. The
report is unconfirmed.
200 French soldiers, ou a recounois
sance, were captured; none killed, but
several wounded. War preparations
going on. The entire army is mobilized.
Cannon are going to tho frontier. . Bis?
marck's organ says Prussia did not suffer
insolence from France sixty years ago,
and is less likoly to put np with it after
MADRID, July 23.-Parties have failed
in their effort to excite the populace
against Frauce. Spain is firm in neu?
Many shipwrecks have occurred off
Germany-from tho removal of beacons.
It is generally admitted that the French
army has every advantage. The French
have two points of attack.
The King of Prussia, in his address to
the North German Parliament, said:
"Prussia has no interest in the selection
of tho Friuce of Hohenzollern for the
Spanish throne, except that he might
bring peace to a friendly people. It had,
nevertheless, furnished the Emperor of
tho French with a pretext for war un?
known to diplomats, and, scorning peac \
he had indulged in language to Germa?
ny which could only have been promped
by miscalculation of her strength. Ger?
many was powerful enough to resent such
language, and repel such violence. Ho
said so in all reverence, knowing tho
event was in God's hands. He had fully
weighed the responsibility which rested
on tlie man who drives into war, and
havoc two great and tranquil nations
yearning for peace, and tho enjoyment
of common blessings, Christian civiliza?
tion and prosperity, and for contests
more salutary than thoso of blood.
Those who rule Franco have shrewdly
studied the proper methods of hitting
the sensitivo pride of that great neigh?
bor nation, and to promote selfish in?
terests, have misguided it." Tho King
concluded: "As our fathers before us
have doue, let us fight|for our liberty and
rights against wrongs inflicted by a
foreign conqueror, and as He was with
our fathers, so God will be with us iu a
struggle without which Europe can never
enjoy lasting peace."
Domtstli: N f. if ri.
DENVER, July 21.-Two men, named
Patrick and Griswold, have been arrest?
ed for participating in tho hanging of
James O'Neil some daj-s ago. They
were bound over for trial. This is tho
first instance in this territory whorein
thc legil authorities have interfered with
thc acts of thc so-called vigilants.
WORCESTER, July 23.-In tho Univer?
sity boatjrace, Yalo was ahead 18 minutes
51 seconds, but tho victory was awarded
to] Harvard, on account of a foul, where?
by Harvard lost her rudder. Brown
College won the Freshmau rac?.
RALEIGH, July 23.-Judge Pierson has
rendered a decision in tho habeas corpus;
he decided that Kirk's excuso was rea?
sonable for refusing to answer; that he
was obeying thc orders of his superior;
but tho writ is not suspended, and must
bo obeyed. He would not issuo an order
to tho Sheriff of Caswell, but to the
Marshal of tho Supremo Court, with in?
structions to show it to tho Governor,
with a copy of tho opinion. The order is
as follows: David A. Wicker, Marshal of
tho Supremo Court, is hereby command?
ed, in tho namo of the Stato of North
Carolina, forthwith to bring Adolphus
G. Moore, wherever to bo found, before
Richmond M. Pearson, Chief Justico of
tho Supreme Court, in tho city of Ra?
leigh, Heroin fail not, and have there
this writ, and make due return thereon.
Eighteen other writs were issued to-day
by the Chief Justice, tor the prisoners in
Caswell. There has been no return yet
to the order.
A white company of militia arrived
from Newborn, lost night; as they reaoh
the negro camp, adjacent to the Go?
vernor's residence, they were fired on by
the negro troops, but no damage done,
as they shot over them-they took thom
for euemies. There were disturbances
at other negro camps, and they fired in?
discriminately in every direction-seve?
ral striking surrounding bouses.
NEW ORLEANS, July 23.-Kaufman's
warehouso, 81 Peters street, wu3destroy?
ed by Gre, this evening. The ndjoiuiug
buildings wcro damaged; loss ?50,000
ST. LOUIS, July 23.-Col. W. H. Buel,
commandant of tho arsenal at Fort Lea?
venworth, was killed to-day; his assassin
The thermometer for tho past week has
rauged from 07 to 101; many sun-strokes
roported, but tho general health is good.
Tho Loudon Saturday Kev ?nw thinks
tho fate of Cuba will bo unaffected by
WASHINGTON, July 23.-Internal reve?
nue receipts to-day ?870,000.
The Inmau steamers carry all the
United States mails.
The faint hopes of peace entertained
last cveniug in diplomatic circles have
vanished, although no reliable reports
of fighting bas yet boen received.
FINANCIAL ANO COftllUKUCl AJU.
NEW Yor.K, July 23-Noon.-Flour
and corn dull and a shade lower. Wheat
dull; receipts large and prices drooping,
Cotton firm and quiet-uplands 20 Iii ;
Orleans 203i; sales 100 bales. Stocks
strong,' Gold 197?. Money 5@6. Ex?
change-long lOJjj; short IO3?4. Ponds
87-?. Tennessee's; ex-coupon, 02,'i; new
G1J.? ; Virginia's, cx-conpon, GO; new GO;
Missouri's S87?; Louisiana's, old, G9,34';
new 05; levee G's G5; S's 87; Alabama
8's, 98; 5's, 70; Georgia G's, 80; 7's, 92'.j;
North Carolina, old, 19,n?; new 30^'J;
South Carolina, old, S2; now 75.
7 P. M.-Cotton steady; sales of GOO
bales-uplands 20}y. Flour 10(7?15c.
lowor. Wheat closed steadier. Corn
unchanged. Pork and groceries steady
-more doing in Kio coffee and box su?
gars. Freights firm. Governments steady
-G3*S, ? 9. State stocks quiet. Gold
weak, at 19,^. Sterling 0^(?.!0}??.
ST. Louis, July 23.-Flour dull-su?
perfine 1.50C/r5.00. Corn dull and dc
?jjncd 2(?,3c.-mixed 80. Whiskey
l.OOr^l.03. Provisions firm. Pork
30.50. Lard firm-steam 1G.
LOUISVILLE, July 23.-Flour dull and
unchanged. Grain quiet. Provisions
heavv. Pork 31.00. Shoulders 15; clear
sides" 19. Lard 17J.?. Whiskey LOO?
CHARLESTON, July 23.-Cotton quiet
middling 1S(? 18J?? sales 50 bales; stock
AUGUSTA, July 23.-Cotton market
firm, with offerings light; sales 100 bales;
receipts 33-middling 17J?.
SAVANNAH, July 23.-Cotton firm and
in good demand-low middling 17).;';
sales 200 bales; stock G.12G.
NEW ORLEANS, July 23.-Flour dull
and drooping-super 5.70; double G.25;
treble G.37. Corn dull and lower
mixed 1.00(7? 1.05; white 1.00. Pork
firm, at 32.50. Ba^ou firm-jobbiu
15!.<(t&19?4; hams 2G'-.j. Sugar-prime
13. Molasses-fermenting 50. Whiskey
lower-97.'i. Coffee-prime 17@17.M
Cotton dull and prices nominal-mid
diing 17(^717'.;'; sales 700 bales; stock
GALVESTON, July 23.-Cottou dull and
prices nominal-good ordinarv ll1 ?1'Tr
1-1.V.?; sales 70 bales; stock S.030"
MOEILE, July 23.-Cotton irregular
middling 17; sales 100 bales; stocl
LONDON, July 23-Noon.-The Bank
of England has advanced its rate of inte
rest to ? per cent. Consola 90. Bonds
82.1.i. Stocks steady.
LIVERPOOL, July 23-Noon.-Cotton
opened quiet and 6teady-uplands S%
PARIS, July 23.-Tue Eonrse closed
firm, yestorday-rentes-G5f. lOo.
LONDON, July 23-Evening.-Consols
90. Bonds 83. Stocks quiet nnd steady
LIVERPOOL, Jnly 23-Evening.-Cot
ton firm-uplands Orleans 85
sales 12,000 bales; export and specula
SETTLED BEYOND A Douivr.-No ono ques?
tions tho fact that moro cases of whites, aup
pressed and irrognlar meuaes and uterine ob
atruetious, of every kind, aro being daily
cured, by Dr. J. Bradfirld'a FEMALE REGC
L.VTOH, than by all other remedies combined.
Ita Biiccesa iu Georgia and other StateB
beyond precedent in tho annals of physic.
Thousands of certificates from women every?
where pour in upon tho Proprietor. Thc
attention of prominent medical men is aroused
in bohalf of this wonderful compound, and tho
most aucceaaful practitiouora usc it. Its
action ia pleasant, quick aud suro. If womon
suffer hereafter, it will bo their own fault.
Foraalo Regulator is prepared aud sold by L.
H. Bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Ga., and may
bc bought for $1.50 per bottle, at any respect?
able Druu' .Storo in tho Uuion. J 21 ?
SWLIPPMAN'S G HEAT GEHMAN BITTEKS
Curca Fem alo Corni laiuta.
JWLlITMAN'ri G il EAT GERMAN BlTTEBS
Cures "never well" peoplo.
tt-LnTMAN's GEEAT GEEMAS BITTERS
Will give an Appetite.
??"LIIU'SIAN'S CHEAT GEUMAN BITTEES
Corea Liver Complaint.
JO?TLIIIMAN'S G HEAT GEHMAN BITTED
Gives tono to Digeative Organa.
??"I.MTMAN'.S CHEAT GEUMAN BlTTEUS
Give a a good Appetite.
JS^LIVPMAN'H GEEAT GEUMAN BITTEUS
49"Lirr-MAN*s G HEAT GEEMAS BITTEES
Purifica the Blood.
*y LIITMAN'S CHEAT GEUMAN BITTEES,
Tho heat Spring Medicino.
??-LUTMAN'H G HEAT GERM?N BITTERS
Regulatos the Bowels. J21
Fulton Market Beef.
(CHOICE PULTON"MARKET BEEF and
j Pickled Beef Tongues, ju*t received and
for sale by J. A- T. lt. AGS KW.
Flour 1 Flour'.!
IAA B1,IiS' Choice New Family FLOUR,
ll rv ? iiiflt received and lor salo 1 y
Julv 21 L A- T. R. AGNEW.
TH0MA8VILLF FEMALE COLLEGE,
TIIOMASVILLE, IV. C.
THE FALL SESSION will begin
August 2, 1870, and continuo twon
?tvweeks. Tuition in solid branob
;c*s, $10 to $20 per session; Music
on Fiauo, $20. Other branches
equally low. Board and Washing,
$12 per month. No incidental charge?. Each
pupil will supply herself with towels, sheets,
pillow-casoa aud toilet soap.
July 24 U* O. O. ANDREWS. Pres t.
II. MAURY ?Si CO., COLUMBIA, S. C.
THIS delicious CORDIAL is made from tho
young buds of the Piue, and its use wo
confidently recommend to those who suffer
from Throat aud Lung Diseases, as well as
those who suffer from Rheumatism and Dis?
eases of the Kidneys.
Manufactured by B. Barry & Co.
This CORDIAL is made from the fruit of
ti?o "Ditter, or High Dash Blackberry," and
is.very lino. Tho valuable properties of tho
Blackoerry are well knowu.
Manufactured by B. Barry <fc Co.
This Cordial is made from the frosh plant.
Tho use of Mint as a Stomachic and Anti?
spasmodic, is kuown to all.
We offer to the public thc above Cr.rdiala.
They aro our own manufacture, and aro made
from the best materials. Tho spirit used ie
that from tho ?rape; (wo use no oilier;) the
sugar is the finest refined, and the other in?
gredients aro ali fresh and pure. These Cor?
dials are cutirely free from drugs and the
essential oils, so'niuch used at tho present
day in tho manufacture of Cordiale, Litters
and Liqueurs. Tho Blackberry is slightly
spiced; tue others are without spice.
Independent of their medicinal qualities,
these Cordials will bo found grateful and plea?
sant as beverages or light stimulants. Cor-"
dials should hot bc used before the morning
meal._R. BARRY A CO.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COLUMBIA, S. C., July 22, 1S70.
?\TTHEREAS, authentic information has
VV reached thia office, that an unprotected
and Unoffending colored woman, named Marv
Sloau.on the night of Saturday laM, the 16th
Julv, waa forcibly taken from her dwelling, iu
Auderaon County, by six despicable rufilaua
in disguise, and brutally whipped aud mal?
treated; and whereas, such infamous outragea
aro not only shameful violations of the rights
of the persona moro immediately aggrieved,
but discreditable to thc community iu which
they aro perpetrated, and alt law-abiding
citizens are deeplv interested in the detection
and punishment of tho wrong-doers.
Now, therefore, I, ROBERT K. SCOTT,
Governor of the State of South Carolina, iu
order that the ends of justice may be sub?
served, the peace of tho community main?
tained, and the majesty of tho law vindicated
by the arrest and punishment of thc dastardly
perpetrator?? of thia vile outrage, do hespby
offer a reward of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for their arrest, or the arrest of either of ]
them, and their delivery in any jail of this
State, Arith proof to convict, or a proportionate
reward for such information as will lead to
their arrest and conviction.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand, and caused the ?jreat seal ol
*? ** * tho state to be affixed, at Columbia, this
^ 21st day of July. A. D. l?Tu, and in the
ninety-fifth year of tho Independence ot
the United states of America.
ROBERT K. SCOTT, Governor.
F. L. CARDOZO, Secretary o?'State.
July 2:1 2
K'S- Anderson TnteUtiencer copy twice.
UNIS OF 800DS
Will be sold
At Less than Cost,
To close out
LADIES' LINEN SUITS.
Shetland Shawls, all colors,
Grenadine Shawls au.l Mamies, in black,
white and fancy colors,
Satin Strips Bedouins.
Wc aro now clearing cut every article iu
SUMMER GOODS, REGARDLESS or COST, and
BIG BARGAINS mav bc anticipated.
W. D. LOVE fi CO.,
Columbia lietel Building.
w. D. LOVE.
D. B. il'CREERY._July 10
E. Morris, Columbia, S. G.,
MANUFACTURER of COTTON GINS, at
$3.00 per saw. Our Gins aro warranted
to pleaaeiu every respect, or no sale. Pre?
mium awarded at last State Fair. Also, Wood
Turning in every description aud style, at
ehort notice. Juno 30 3mo
J. B. Las S ALLE,
Railroad Contractor and Bridge Builder ]
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
July 12 3mo
The Georgip. Gin.
THE most universally and deservedly popu?
lar GIN in uso. Everybody who knows it,
buys it, and those who "buy ii, are always
pleased with it. It claims no needles, no con
denser?, no steel brneh, but simply to bc tho
beat Gin in use, everything considered.
I'riccsmodorflte; quality always guaranteed.
LOIUUCK y LOWRANCE,
July 17 2mo Agents, Columbia.
SINCE thc fire of Sunday morning laat, we
have ronioved our stock tb Brice's old
aland, corner Main and Blanding Streets,
where wo will keep constantly on hand a first
class Mock of GROCERIES and FAMILY
SUPPLIES generally. Will also piirchaao ah
kinda of country PRODUCE. My old custom?
ers and the public are invited to call.
July 10_ J. A. HENDRIX A- BRO.
AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITION.
A S far aa hoard from, this now and oxtra
JJL ordinary Fertilizing COMPOUND ia in
advance of all others, and has, so !'nr, defied
comp?tition. In the great race of growth and
production, it stands at the head of the list.
Fdr sale by E. II. HEINITSlI,
July 221_Druggist and Chcmiat.
Lunch every day at Pollock'
Connoisseur?; go to Police];'
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.Go.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Joly 21, 1870.
FROU MONDAY, July 23, to SATURDAY.
July SO, inclusivo, Ticketa will bo leaned
at all stat iona where Ticketajare sold on thia.
Road, to go and return from anv point, for
ONE FARE, the round trip.
JOHN H. MORE,
July 21 4_Goneral Superintendent.
To the Ladies.
THE undersigned has Just received a large
invoice of that favorite and long-expected
Slipper-the "MARIE ANTOINETTE"-both
plain and fancy. Those desiring to uecuro
thia elegaut pattern, would do well to call at
ouco. A. SMYTHE.
Union Reform Convention for the
Fourth Congressional District.
IT ia requested that the Counties of Ocouee,
Pickeus, Greenville, Laurena, Spartan
burg, Union. York, Cheater and Fairfield,
composing thc Fourth Congressional Dis?
trict, do send delegations to a Convention, to
bc held in the city of Columbia, on TUES?
DAY, the Kith August next, to nominate a
suitable candidate for Congress in said Dis?
trict. Vf. H. WALLACE,
S. P. HAMILTON,
Of the Executive Committee Union Reform
Party from Fourth Congressional District.
*T" It ia requested that the papers of tho
varies Cnnntiea do copy thia notice. Jnly 23
FROM 50 CKNT? TO 23 CENTS A YAI'.D,
July 17 ?. F. JACKSON'S.
ARR OW TIE.
THE "ARROW* TIE" was invented and pa?
tented by Mr. J. J, MeComb, while a resi?
dent of New Orleans, previous to tho late
war-and salea of considerable quantity were
made here in 1801.
Since the war, it has been gradually grow
iug in favor ia every section where cotton is
The manufacture and aale of that TIE ia thc
exercise on the part of McCOMB of an uuiui
peachable proprietary right.
For sale by all dealers m Iron Tios and
country merchants generally, under full gua?
rantee at the lowest market prices. ,
ROBERT MURE A CO., General Agents.
Charleston, S. C.
CHAM.ES L, BARTLETT, Columbia, S. C., Ge?
neral Traveling Agent .'or tho Carolinas.
Julv 10 3ajn
TO ?V V
MAMMOTH BOOT, SOOE, HAT
COLUMBIA HOTEL BUILDING.
HAYING determined to reduce my nreaeut
soring and summer stock of BOOTS, I
liilOES, HATS, Ac, which is very large and
complete, in oi lier to make arrangements for
the fall trade, I offer all gooda in my linc at
COST for thc next thirty days; at which time
stock will be taken. This ia a rare opportu?
nity, especially for the trade and consumers,
to secure great bargains, and I would most
respectfully solicit a call. A. SMYTHE.
June 2? *_
IF YOU WANT A FIRST-CLASS GOLD OR
Silver WATCH and CHAIN, call at
IF voa want a FINE SET OF JEWELRY,
call at ISAAC SULZBACHER'S.
IF von are in need of SOLID SI EYER or
PLATED WARE, call at
IF vonr eves aro failing, and von want tho
BEST SPECTACLES, call at
IF von want a good and reliable TIME-PIECE
cr CLOCK, cad at
June 1 ISAAC SULZBACHER'S.
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 servo their interests
even more faithfully than heretofore.
Wo have MARKED DOWN all of our Shelf
Hardware and Fancy Groceries, p.ad arc DE?
TERMINED to clean out our stock at low prices,
so aa to he aide to FILL UP WITH FRESH
GOODS AT LOWER RATES THAN CAN BE
HAD ELSEWHERE. Give ns a trial, aud you
will be convinced. Orders from the up-coun
trv solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed.
June 12_LORRICK A LOWRANCE
?)f\ TUBS Refined LARD, at lCc. i< LS., by
?v' thc package.
CU Tackagea Puro Loaf Lard, in Barrels,
Half Barrels, Kegs, Caddies, etc., jost re?
ceived and for salo bv
July 21_* J. ft T. R. AGNEW.
DR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
BEGS the kind indulgence of his patients
until after the session o? "American Den?
tal Association." Ho will return for business
about the middle of August._July l_l_2j
m BB LS. NEW FLOUR.
O io sacks do All of wheat ol this
harvest, for aale low, by
July 2_LORRICK (ft LOWRANCE.
Removal ot Dental Office.
DR. D. L. BOOZER has removed his
ftoflico t.> Mr. G. Diercks' new building,
on Main fctrcct, over thc Messrs. Porter ?V
Co.'s Dry Goods' More, where ho offers his
professional services lo his fornior patrons
and (IK- public. June 23
Evcrvbod\, c to Vt Hock's!
D. B. DeSauaanrc, Commiaaioncr in Equity,
who suce for the uso of Daniel B. Miller, 0.
C. P., bis succosaor, va. Anna Brill. - Dill lo
IN pursuance of tho decretal order of tho
Circuit Court, sitting in Equity in tho above
stated caso, I willsoll, on tho FIRST MONDAY
in August next, iu front of the Court House
iu Columbia, within the logal hours,
All that lot of LAND, in tho city of Colum?
bia, containing two acres, more or less,
bounded on the EaBt by Wayne street; on tho
Weet bv tho other halt of tho samo square;
on tho Cortil by Medium street; on the South
by Groon street.
Terms of salo cash. Purchaser to pay for
stamps and papers. P. F. FRAZEE,
July 10 mth_S. lt. C.
BY virtue of an execution directed to mo, I
will Bell, on the FIRST MONDAY in
August next, in frout of tho Court House, in
Columbia, within thc legal hours,
All that lot, picco or parcel of LAND, in
Richland Countv, containing two acres; situ?
ate aud being adjacent to tho city of Colum?
bia, and bounded on tho West by Harden
street, in the said city of Columbia, and on all
other aides by lauds formerly bclouging to
Robert Latta." Levied on as the property of
Alexander Laughlin, at thc suit of J. M.
Blakely and W. B. Williams, survivors, rs.
Alexander Laughlin. Torms cash.
July 13 mth P. F. FRAZEE, 3. R. C.
BY virtue of sundry writs o? fieri facias, to
me directed, I will noll, on tho FIRST
MONDAY AND TUESDAY in August noxt, at
the atoro recently occupied by F. A. Soutor,
on Bichardsou street, iu tho city of Columbia,
withiu thc legal .hours,
Tho entire Stock of MERCHANDIZE of tho
defendants, consisting of various kinds of
Stoves, Tin and Wooden Ware, and such other
articles aa arc usually kept iu a Tinware and
Stove store, levied on as tho property of F. A.
Souter & Co. and F. A. Souter, at the respec?
tive suits of Henry H. Bloaso, S. H. Ransom
A; Co.,J?>huS. Dickoreon?t Co. and Adam Da
mon ?? Co. t;\.F. A. Souter & Co; and F. A.
Souter. Terms cash.
July 17 mth_P. F. FRAZEE. S. R. C.
:o of sundr v writs of fieri facias, to
directed, I will ecll un tho FIRST
in August next, at the residence of
William P. Spigoner, tho defendant, on the
"Big Lake" plantation, on tho Congareo
River, about eleven miles below Columbia,
withiu tho legal hours, the following personal
1 COLT, 3 Mules, 12 head of Cattle, 40 head
of .Sheep, 17 head of Coats, 5 Plow Stocks with
Plow Hoes, 5 set of Plow Gear, 2 Buggies with
harness, 1 Wagon, 1 Cart, 100 bushels Corn,
1 Corn-skellnr. and 30 head of Hogs and Pigs.
Levied on as the property of William P. Spige
ncr, at the respective suite of John C. See?
gera A Co., Meltiah B. Green and William M.
Beckham vs. William P. Spigcuer.
The defendants interest in an unexpired
lease of tho Big Lake Plantation.
Terms cash. PHINEAS F. FRAZEE,
July 17 mth S. R. C.
W A T C H E S.
THE extensive uao of these WATCHES for
the last fifteen years by Railway Conductors,
Engineers and Expressmen, the most exacting
of watch-wearers, ha3 thoroughly demonstrat?
ed the strength, steadiness, durability and
accuracy of the Waltham Watch. To satisfy
that class in all theso respects, ia to decida
the question as to thc real value of these time?
More than 4."?0,000 of these watches are
uow spcakiug for themselves iu thc pockets of
tho people-a proof and a guarantee of their
superiority over all others.
The superior organization and great extent
of_tbe Company's Works at Waltham, enable
them lo produce watches at a juice which
renders competiotion futile, and those who
buy auy other watch, merely pay from 25 to
50 per cent, more for their watches than is
We are now selling Waltham Watches at
lesa prices in greenbacks, than thc gold prices
beiure the war. There is no other manufac?
ture of any kind in the United States of which
this can be said.
lhere time-pieces combine every improve?
ment that a long experience lias proved of
real practical usc. Having had thc refusal of
ucarly every invention in watch-making origi?
nating iu this country or in Europe, only those
were finally adopted which severo tooting, by
thc most skillful artisans in oar works, and
long use on the part of the public, demonstrat?
ed to bo essential to corroct aud euduring
time-keeping, af Among the many improve?
ments wc would particularize:
Thc invention and use of a contrc-piniou of
peculiar construction, to prevent damage to
tho train by thc breakage of main-springs, ia
original with the American Watch Company,
who, having had tho refusal of all other con?
trivances, adopted Fogg'a patent pinion as be?
ing the best and faultloaa.
Hardened and tempered hair springs, now
universally admitted by watch-makors to bo
the best, are used in all grades of Waltham
All Waltham Watches have dust-proof caps,
protecting tho movement from duat and les?
sening thc necessity of thc frequent cloauiug
necessary in othc-r watches.
Our uow patent stem-winder, or keyless
watch, ia alroady a decidod success, and a
great improvement on any stem-winding watch
in the American market, and hyfar thc choap
est watch of its quality now offered to tho
public. To thoso living in portions of thc
United States where- watch-makora do not
abound, watches with .tho above mentioned
improvements which tend to insure accuracy,
cleanliness, durability and convenience, must
Even* watch guaranteed by tho Companv.
To prevent imposition, buyers should "seo
that every watch should bear either of tho
following trade marka:
American Watch Co.Waltham, Maa*
Am1?. Watch Co.Waltham, Mass
American Watch Co.,
Crescent St.Waltham, Mass
Appleton, Tracy Co.Waltham, Maas
Waltham Watch Co.Waltham, Mass
P. S. Bartlett.Waltham, Mass
William Ellery.Waltham, Mass
Home Watch Co.Boston, Mass
For s;-.le at retail hy all respectable dealers.
A il acriptivc circular giving much useful
information bent to any address on applica?
tion. No watches retailed by the Companv.
UOUVI.VS ? APPLETON, Gen?! A fronts,
1S2 Broadway, Now York.
Asl: to Boe tho new FULL-PLATE WATCH
bearing Ihetiudo marl; "AMERICAN WATCH
CO., Crescent street, Waltham. Mass." lt ia
by fur tho beat full-].lute watch made in tho
Inited State*,'litiil surpasses anything here?
tofore made in this conn irv for ltailwnv Engi?
neers, Conductors, &c. * April 24 tSmci
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