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LONDON, August 2.-Evidence hourly
econ mulatos of the superiority of Ibo
needle gun over tho ohassepot, and the
fact creates deep concern in France.
Tho Pall Mall Gazette estimates that
the Prussian army on tho frontier now
musters 500,000 men.
Extreme activity is noticed io English
ports and dock-yards and extensive pre?
parations are made to put the coast de?
fences in a condition to resist attack.
PAIUB, August 2.-An evening official
despatch from Metz announces that to?
day, at ll o'clock in the morning, the
French had a serious engagement with
the Prussians. Our army took tho offen?
sive and crossed tho frontier, and invad?
ed the territory of Prussia. In spite of
the numbers and position of tho enemy,
a few of our battalions were sufficient to
carry the hoights which overlook Saar
bruok, and our artillery was uot slow to
drive the enemy from the town. Tho
elate was so groat tbut our losses were
slight. The eugagemout commenced at
ll and ended at 1. Tho Emperor assist- 1
ed at tho operations, aud tho Priuce Im?
perial, who accompanied him every 1
whore, received on the first field of battle
bis baptism of fire. His preseuoe of
mind and sang froid iu danger were wor- .
thy of the-naino ho bears. Tho Emperor 1
returned to Metz at 5 p. m.
The womon of France are sending im?
mense quantities of bedding and hospital
furnituro to tho army. 000 surgical stu- ]
dents havo gone to the front. Among i
tho chaplains in tho Freuch servico aro |
nine Protestant and threo Israelite cler- ,
gymeu. Wearing of the shako will bo
discontinued in tho army. Tho Empo- ,
ror, since he has boen with tho army, has (
kept ouo telegraph wire constantly busy (
with correspondence to the Empress. |
Thero was a long coufcrcnco to-day \
between Lord Lyons, Priuce Metternich '
and Duke Grammont. .
Prussia wants to know why Austria is ;
arming. The South Gorman army is <
armed with old muskets. Tho war ex- <
ponses of Prussia are 22,000,000 fraucs j
per day. 30,000 soldiers are billeted iu .
Hamburg. Tho Empress visited tho j
French army. The ouly correspondent i
allowed with tho Prussian army is Dr.
Kussel 1. I
BEUIJIN, AuguBt 2-Noon.-No news of j
any movement or engagement of impor?
tance has boen received from tho scene ?
of wac, but advices show that skirmishes
are beooming moro frequeut, though BO ,
far they have been of an iusiguificaut |
character. Tho Prussian commanders
rigorously exclude foreign correspon?
dents from their line. ,
The scene ou the departure of King ,
William for tho seat of war, on Sunday
evening, was extraordinary. Tho King
rode from the palace to the railway sta?
tion in an open carriage, with tho Queen.
He wore n short military cloak, aud his ,
helmet was placed on the seat by his sido.
Tho carriage was surrounded, followed,
and frequoutly stopped by the immense
multitude, with wild emotion, shouting
farewells and benedictions. Houses wore
hung with flags aud festooued with
flowers. At the railway statiou arches
were erected and patriotic iuscriptious
displayed. Tho Queen, weeping, parted
from tho King with repeated embraces.
Wheu his Majesty from tho platform of
tho railway finally saluted tho crowd, tho
scene was indescribable. People were
frenzied with enthusiasm. Tho eutire
court, ladies aud all, miugled with the
crowrd, and participated iu its emotiou,
surrounded by old soldiers, and bid him
good-byo, with every demonstration of
loyalty aud devotion. Couut Bismarck
aud Generals M ol t ko and Von Boom wero
present, and were repeatedly choored.
LONDON*, August 3.-Gladstone con?
cluded somo explanations in the House
of Commons, by saying that further re?
monstrance now eau only exasperate
either Government, aud thc only course
for England is to seek a safe opportunity
for a renewal of efforts in favor of poaco.
There is some con fusion iu dates, but
it is regarded certain boro that tho
French have captured Saarbruck. Loss
light on both sides. English and Berlin
despatches call the place Saarbrucken.
A ramo- is in circulation hero that tho
French stormed Werzeuburg, a town in
Tho following is the Prussian account
of tho affair at Saarbr?cken : Thc fortifi?
cation at this placo (Saarbr?cken) wero
attacked by a column of Freuch in?
fantry, yesterday eveuiug, and were re?
PARIS, August 3.-Reports from head?
quarters received up to 1 o'clock, this
morning, iudicato no chango ia tho mili?
tary situation. Figaro, of to-day, an
nounecs tho death of General Gaujal,
commanding a sub-division, ut Stras?
BERLIN, August 3.-Tito Prussian Go?
vernment has summoned a levy en masse
to defend tho coast.
LONDON, August 3.-Tho following is
given, to-day, as" the number ami dis?
position of tho Prussian army: Duke of
Mecklenburg commands 108,000 ineu at
mouth of river Oder; at tho mouth of
Elbe Falkoustion hus 58,000 meu; uear
tho Emns Uerwrath Dobittonfioid com?
mands 50,000 men. Army of tho Rhino
consists of thc following bodies: 80,000
mon at Cologne under Stcemotz; lbU,
000 at the junction of tho IMaiu with tho
Rhino under Prince Frederick Charles;
100,000 along the Upper Rhine under
Prince Royal, Frederick William. Thc
elliot's of stall' are Mall kc, Bluontual,
Sperling and Steheleo.
.C300 tire paid in Paris for substitutes,
and they arc scarce.
Tho Dailj/ Notes, of this morning, says
tho French have declined tho services of
Gens. Loe and Benn regard.
LONDON, August 3.-Madame Nillisou
is paid .t'25,t)00 sterling for six months,
to sing in the United States. She is to
receive ?C500 as a gift on starling for
MARSAILLES, Augusts.-A terrible ca?
lamity was prevented by brave men haul?
ing a burning box of ammunition from a
magazine into the street where th? box
PABTS, Angust? $.-Tk?:jr?Wal Offi?
ciel ot this morning, declares ?hat the
present war is not against Germany nor
against King William, bat against Bis?
marck. The Journal regrets that tho
Prussian King submits to the domina?
tion of this violent and unscrupulous
??Tho Presse says tho declaration of
Grammont, regarding tho neutrality of
Belgium, whioh was recently sent to
London, will soon be communicated to
Parliament. A captain in the Prussian
army, who claimed to be a Belgian, bas
been arrested bore.
LONDON, August 3.-It is rumored
that England and tho United States oro
urging negotiations whereby Hamburg
and Brcmou will be kept open ports
duriug tbo war.
BEWJIN, August 3.-Kiug William bas
issued a proclamation at Mayence, as?
suming supremo command.
LivEiu'ooii, August 3.-Two well
known merchants, whoso names aro with?
held nt present for prudential reasons,
absconded to day, after over-drawiug
?20,000, each, from||Jfre Bank of Brus?
LONDON, August 3.-Horses aro said
to bo scarco in both Germany and
France. The Gormans need them for
3avnlry and tho French for artillery.
Do m CH tlc Nowa.
ATLANTA, August 2 P. M.-Gov. Bul
iook sent a message to the Legislature,
to-day, transmitting reports of the Comp?
troller of the Treasury and tho Trea?
The Governor recommends tho pay?
ment in gold of thc principal and inter?
est of bonds issued before tho war, and
i now issue of soveu por cont, gold bonds
to fund currency l ouds issued siuco the
ivar, bearing mortgage on the State Road.
The bonded dobt of tho State is SG.OU,
300, and has not been increased siuce
1870. Tho State has saleable property
valued at over twelve million dollars.
The message was referred to tho Fi?
nance Committee of the House, with in
?tructions to prepare a bill in accord
inco with the Governor's recommenda?
NEW YORK, August 3.-Tho steamers
Cuba oud Manhattan take out ?1,000,000
WASHINGTON, August 3.-Internal
revenue receipts to-day over Si,000,000.
Total Treasury disbursements for July,
axolusive of interest, are over SI, 125,
Tho steamer Guard, recently roturued
from the Daricu survey, has boeu
ordered off Labrador to protect Ameri?
can fishing interests.
The Pacific Railroad has deposited the
first mortgage bond, thereby securing
tho issue of bonds. 85,000 worth of
revenue stamps were attached to the in?
GREENBHIEK WniTE SULPHUR SrniNos,
August 3.-Ex-Presideut Davis, Gov.
Walker and cx-Scnator Mason were sere?
naded last night. Gov. Walker respond?
ed briefly, aud Mr. Davis responded us
follows: My friends, accept my thanks
for your kindness. Thrown like a wave
upou life'.? shore, I have always met
with that kind treatment at thc hands of
Virginians, which is au cvideuco moro of
your generosity than of my own merit.
Even in tho lowest borders of Virginia,
I have mot with tho warmth of a high?
land welcome. May God, in His mercy,
bless you and keep you from every ill;
may your prosperity bo as wide as your
borders; may your homos bo peace, is
the earnest prayer of him who bas no
moro to say to you on this occasion.
FORTRESS MONROE, August 3.-A ter?
rible accident occurred hero at 3 o'clock
to-day, resulting iu tho death of four
men and dangerously wounding tho
fifth. They were handling some fixed
ammunition in tho labratory, outside of
the fort, when a sholl oxplodcd, firing
tho building aud killing John Tomlin
son, white; Joseph and Wm. Johnson
and Henry Allen, colored, outright, and
wounding Frank Chesman, colored.
Tho fire communicated to fivo other
small buildings containing shell and de?
stroyed them. Thc firo department was
on tho ground, but could render very
little assistance on account of tho burst?
ing shell, which fell in every direction
in and about tho fort.
NORFOLK, August 3.-At tho radical
Republican Convention, held to-day in
Portsmouth, James H. Platt, Jr., pre?
sent mcmbor of Congress from tho
Second District, was nomiuated by near?
ly a unanimous vote for re-election.
RICHMOND, August 3.-Hou. Chas. H.
Porter was this morning nominated by
tho Republican Convention, hero, for re?
election to Cougress.
RALEIGH, August 3.-Some Northern
papers, of Monday, doubt the press
telegram from hero, that Kirk's men
hung up men to make them confess they
were Ku Klux. Tho statement was true.
Bergen, Kirk's subordinate, acknow?
ledge it, und says there is no other way
to make them confess. Others wore
treated in tho same way. Thero were
several arrests in Alamancc yesterday.
Some of tho parties wero released to-day.
Except tho acts of tho military, there is
no disturbance in tue Stato. Both par?
ties are confident of success in tho elec?
tion to-morrow. There will be a full
vole except in Alamanco and Caswell.
In the decision of Chief Justice Pearson,
yesterday, he said ho had no power to
euforeo a writ of habeas corpus in Cas?
well and Alamancc, or any County de?
clared in insurrection by tho Executive,
though tho writ was not suspended.
Sr. Louis, August 3.-James Harri?
son, of thc firm of Choutcau, Harrison A:
Valley, is dead.
UV UESBSE ?fc THOMPSON.
ritllE undersigned would respectfully inform
X thc citizens of Columbia and vicinity that
they have opened a 8 il AVI Nd SALOON, on
Plain ftreet, opposite Ur. Fair's, where thev
I guarantee satisfaction in every respect.
I July 27 JAMES THOMPSON.
KIN A IV'CI A I, AND eUMMEllClAl..
NEW YonK, August 8-Noom-Wheat
dall, nominal and in buyer's favor.
Pork steady, at 30.25. Lard quiet
barrels 17}^ steam. Cotton dull and
weak-uplands 20; Orleans 20>?; sales I
350 bales. Freights firmer. Stocks I
dull. Gold 21-tf. Money 3@4. Es
change-long 9%; short 10%. Bonds
10>?. Tennessee's, ex-coupon, 61; new
MM* Virginia's, ex-coupon, 59; new 58;
Louisiaua's, old, G8%; new 68; levee 6's
65; 8's 82; Alnboma 8'B 98; 5's 71; Geor?
gia 6's 82; 7's 90; North Carolina's, old,
4B%i new 29; Sodth Carolina's, old, 80;
7 P. M.-Cotton tending downwards;
sales 600 bales-middling uplands 19%
@20. Flour-State and Western 6?
10c. better; suporfiue 5.G0@6.15; South?
ern firmer. Wheat l@2o. lower-winter
red nud amber Western firstname.lastname@example.org. Com
l@2c. lower-new mixed Western 96?
1.00. Beef stoadv. Pork dull aud lower,
at30.50. Lard heavy-kettlc.17%. Whis?
key quiet, at email@example.com. Groceries quiet
and steadv. Freights hoavy. Money
fair, at 5. Sterling 9&@9%. Gold 21%
BiVI/riMOBE, August 3.-Flour-fnmily
nctivo and firm. Wheat steady. Oats
-now 18(^53. Rye 1.00. Provisions
firm and uuchauged. Whiskey im?
NEW ORLEANS, August 3.-Cottou
quiet and firm-middling 17,'.j(a}17pi';
sales 350 bales.
MoniLE, August 2. - -Middling cotton
I71-4; sales 150 bales.
CHARLESTON, August 3.-Cotton quiet
-middling 18@18^; sales 100 bales;
net receipts 155; stock 2,342.
SAVANNAH, August 3.-Cottou dull
low middlings 17; sales 20 bales; nett
receipts 238; stock 5,-175.
LONDON, August 3-Noon.-Consols
88%. Bonds 82}.;.
LIVERPOOL, August 3-Noou.-Cotton
steady-uplands 8; Orleans
LIVERPOOL, August 3-Evening.-Cot?
ton unchanged; sales 8,000 bales.
DEATH OF GENERAL LE BARDY DE
BEAULIEU.-Tho many friends who
kuew and loved this distinguished old
gentleman, during his sojourn in
Charleston, will learn with sorrow that
he is no moro. On tho 15th ult., at
Brussels, bis birth-plnco, in his ninety
first year, ho expired. General Le
Hardy *was a soldier uudcr Napoleon,
aud took part in the battle of Waterloo.
Under LeClcrk, in thc expeelition
against Sau Domingo, he took au active
part. Ho struck for Bclgiau indepen?
dence in 1830, but bis Republican
honesty did not suit the monarchists,
and bo suffered imprisonmeut nt their
bauds. He sought a moro genial politi?
cal atmosphere in this country, and
lived for sometime as did a group of bis
connections, in Georgia, aud in this
city. Ho wont back to Belgium in 1856,
with tho hope of coming to us again,
but advanced years baffled his hopes.
Ho was a thorough gentleman of the
good old type, and his genial and kindly
iutercourso will bo missed by many.
THE END OF DUELING-.-The Peters?
burg (Va.) Index expresses tho opinion
that, in consequence of certain stringent
provisions of the now Virginia Constitu?
tion, the dueling code and its followers
are passing away from Virginia.
Fall Turnip Seeds.
REEN GLODE, Ked Top and English
"OT Itntu Baun. Fresh Heed for sale bv.
July 30 E. HOPE.
Bordeaux Wine Vinegar.
sr bitr.s. ruuE FRENCH WHITE WINE
O und CIDElt VINEGAR, for salo bv
July 30_ _EJJlOl,E. _
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN the beet manner, hy lirut class workmen,
ENGRAVING lindy executed.
Poe IC WILLIAM GLAZE.
MA NEAT COTTAGE, in tho central
part of tho city, with ton rooms-rive in
basement and ti ve up-stairs-and lio
cussury out-buildings. Possession can ho
had ou tho first of October. Inquire at thin
otb ce._ _Julyj!7_
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
THESE GINS, so well known throughout
tho South, need no comment. In Btylo of
workmanship, and for efficiency of work,
their turn-out, with thc samo* amount of
power, in unequaled.
TOZER A, MCDOUGALL, Agents,
August 2_Columbia, H. C.
S A LE M, VA.
X?'sl Session benin? September 7,1870.
THIS Institution has a full corps
of Instructors, a thorough Course
m-?f Studios, und aims at a High
Grado of Scholarship, Its superior
educational advantages, moderato
expensen, healthy location, and
excellent mail, traveling and telegraphic
facilities, render it well worthy tho attention
and patronage of tho South.
The location of the College, in such a rich
fanning region aa tho Roanoke Valley, ena?
bled the Faculty to OFFER TCIIMS SUITABLE TO
THE CONDITION of tho country.
Entire expenses for Session ol ten months,
This estimate includes Roard and Tuition,
cmbraciug Modern Languages. A ?light ad?
vance on the above for students boarding in
Tho Session is divided into two terms, ol
five moni hs each.
First Term begins September 7, 1870.
Second Terni begins February 1, 1S71.
Students may (mter at any time. Those*
taking the it-gular course "should hy all
means tie present at tho opening of the ses?
sion. Students may take a select or business
course as they prefer.
Every branch nece ssary to a finished edu?
cation is taught in the College.
The Institution is ina flourishing condi?
tion, holds a high place in the estimation of
those who have tested its merits, is rapidly
rising in public favor, and numbers among
her students representatives from .?.carly
every Southern State.
For further particulars. Catalogues, ire.,
address REV. 1). F. ?ITTLE, 1). O,,
President of the College,
For circulars, etc., apply at Dut'tie A Chap?
man's bookstore._ Aug 2 J+V2mo .
Thirsty people, go to Pollock's.
Everybody, go to Pollock's!
Lunch every day at Pollock'
The Executive Committee of the Union Re?
form Party have appoiuted tho following gen?
tlemen a Commit too to mako suitable arrange?
ments for a Mass Meeting of the peoplo of
Richland, on TUESDAY, the 10th inst. Ad?
dresses will be delivered by Judge Carponter,
General But 1er and others.
E. W. SEIBEL8,
Hoc'y and Treasurer Executive Committee.
Edward Hopo, E. Stenhouse,
R. O'Ncalo, Jr., Walter Fisher.
John H. Kinsler, John Crawford,
W. P. Bookter, A. Smythe.
John FroBt, Jr., R. D. Benn,
Dr. William Weston, J. H. Wells,
Warren Adams, John T. Sloan, Jr.,
John P. Adams, Thomas Tavlor,
Capt. Edward Percival.W. C. Swafliold,
Jesse G. Lykes, James Kennedy,
John Dent, William Myers,
Capt. W. H. Stack, Samuel G. Henry,
Samuel Garner._Aua 8 _
5BBLS. NEW FLOUR.
10 sacks do All of wheat of this
harvost. Tor sale low, bv
July 2_LORRIOK <C LOWRANCE.
Pf /\ CASES TABLE CLARET, for salo low,
0\J tor cash, by GEO. SYMMEUS.
~ I. H. COLEMAN,
OFFICE, DR. GEIOER'S, North-eastcornerof
Plain and Assembly streets. All business
promptly attended to._May 25 limo
Guns and Ammunition. '
JUST received by William Glaze, fine Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, nue Eng?
lish Powder, in Canisters, Shot ami Caps, Of all
lt iud. One door North of Messrs. Scott, Wil?
liams it Co.'e banking House. Dec 1?
' Kern oval ol Dental Office.
MB DH. D. L. BOOZER has removed his
"5BSBJ1\?CO to Mr. G. Diercks' new building,
on Main street, over tho Messrs. Porter A
Co.'s Dry Goods' Store, where ho offers his
professional services to his former patrons
and the public. June 28
S}(\ TUbS Refined LARD, at lGc. \ i lb., by
/U\J tho package.
.00 Packages Pure Leaf Lard, in Barrels,
Half Darrels, Kegs, Caddies, etc., just re?
ceived and for sale bv
July 21 _J. & T. It. AGNEW.
Railroad Contractor and Bridge Builder
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Fruit and Fish.
CANNED PEACHES-2 lb. Cane-25c each.
Canned Tomatoes-2 " " 20c. "
Canned Salmon-1 lb. Cans-40c. each.
Canned Oysters-1 lb. Cane-20c. "
Canned Lobsters-1 lt). Cana-'?Oe. "
Canned Mackerel- 2 lb. Cane- boc. "
All fresh and tine, and for sale bv
June 2fl_J. je T. R. AGNEW.
UNNATURALLY Red Noses, Itcherous
Eruptions, unsightly Disqiianiations,
Erysipelas. Barbers' Itch, Sun Born, Tan,
Totter, and all disagreeable forms of Skin dis
oaso effectually cured bv "HEINITSH'S
CRIMSON TETTER WASH." For salo bv
E. U. HEINITSH, Druggist hud Chemist.
Au K l_%__
THE undersigned will apply to A. Efird,
Judge of Probate of Lexington County,
at Lexington Court House, on Monday, tho
5th day of Septomber"next, for a final dis?
charge as Administrator ot' tho estates of
E. Z. Swvgert, Margaret Swygert and Delila
Cr?ut. " WM. L. ADDY, Adm'r.
LEXINOTO.N C. H_.rJuly_20. 1S70. July 2S \\m
City Machine Works,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Muy 2Z 3mo_ROBT. MCDOUGALL.
South Carolina-Richland County.
Harvey Torry, Plaintiff, against tho Receivor,
and Stockholders of tho Commercial Bank
of Columbia, Sooth Carolina, Defendants.
Summons awl Complaint, on Money Demand.
ON motion of P. W. McMaster, Attorney for
tho Defendants in above case, it is ordor
ed, that tho D?tendants have further time to
plead, answer, or demur to tho above stated
action, to wit: until the 1st day of OCTOBER
next. It is further ordered, that tho Plaintiff
do givo to thc Clerk of this Court security for
co-its in this case, and that tho Clerk publish
this order onco a week in tho Columbia Pn<E
xix until 1st October next.
By order o? Court. D. ii. MILLER,
C. C. C.
CLERK'S OFFICE, COLUMUI.V, Jnlv 0, 1870.
_ Jnly 7_this
Richland County-In Probate Court.
In tho matter of tho Estate of Dorcas L.
Thompson, Intestate.- Vet ilion of Ainsley
ll. Monteith, Administrator, for sale of real
estate to pay debts.
ON motion of Barnwell ?f- Monteith, for the
petitioner, it is ordered that the credi?
tors of Dorcas L. Thompson, intestate, do
establish their demands in this Court, within
FORTY DAYS from the date hereof. Further
ordered, that tho next of kin and heirs at law
of the said Dorcas L. Thompson, intestate,
do establish their right before this Court, to
have a shale in tbe estate of the said intes?
tate, ami show cause, within forty days from
the date hereof, why thc prayer ol the peti?
tioner should not be granted and the real
estate, rolcrrt-d t<> in said petition, sold.
WM. IIUTSON WIGG,
July l?etd l Judge of Probate.
University of Virginia.
THE Session of this Institution
flL??k commences anne..els on the ti 1st
?tTjljHaL^day ol' OCTOBER, and continues,
^.ytippLjg u itliout interruption, till the
t'lini>day preceding the 1th ot
Tho organization of tho Institution ii vcrv
complete, embracing extensive and thorough
courses of instruction in Literature ami
Science, and in the professions of Law, Medi?
cine and Engineering.
Tho expenses of the Academic or Law Stu?
dent, exclusive of the co.it of Text-Books and
clothing, and pocket money, amount to about
.r:M;.> per session of nine months; and of tho
Engineering or Medical student to about
$395, of which sums, respectively, ?220 or
?2?0 is payable Oil admission, and the balance
in tho progress of the session.
For details send for catalogu?*. P. 0.'"Uni?
versity of Virginia." H. M.U.'PIN,
July 20 3(5 Chairman of the Fnciilty.
POLLOCK'S.-Meals furnished at all
The Brooks Revolving Cotton Screw Pres?.
FIRST PREMIUM LAST YEAR AT NEW ORLEANS, MEMPHIS AND IN MISSISSIPPI.
Scud for ciicular to W. S. HENERY, Cbarlctton; GOLDSMITH A KIND, Columbia; or
P. A. CONNOR, General Agent, Cokesbury.
August 4 Imo
Dissolution of Copartnership.
TUE copartnership horetoforo existing be
t troon tho undersigned, under tho Hr JU
name or SCOTT, WILLIAMS A CO., is tins
day diesolved by mutual consent. Tho namo
or the firm will bo used onlv in liquidation.
EDWIN J. SCOTT,
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.,
of Charleston, SIC ,
HENRY E. SCOTT.
Cor.VMJii.v, S.C., August 1st, 1870.
TUE subscribers have formed a copartner?
ship in the bunking and Brokerage Busi?
ness, to bc conducted by EDWIN J. SCOTT and
HENDY E. SCOTT, uuder'tho name of EDWIN
J. SCOTT. SON & CO.
With ample facilities, the new firm will ex?
tend increasod accommodations to their
friends and customers iii thu discount of ap?
proved paper, the purchase and sale of Ex?
change, Specie, Bonds, .Stocks, Bank Bills,
Ac, and will give special attention to collec?
tions, remitting for same on the day of pay?
ment. EDWIN J. SCOTT,
HENRY E. SCOTT,
JOHN l>. SOUTHERN,
C. H. BALDWIN,
lt. C. SHIVER.
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 1,1870.
In retiring from the Banking House ol
SCOTT, WILLIAMS A Co., wo recommend their
successors, Messrs. EDWIN J. SCOTT, SON & Co.,
as worthy of entire confidence, and ask for
them a coLtinuauce of tho patronage of the
public. GEO. WILLIAMS St CO.
REYNOLDS' IMPROVED METHOD
Patented December. 18G7.
AFTER an oxtenBivo uso of this important
improvement in practico for nearly two
years, it is with full confidence urged upon tho
profession and the public, as fulfilling more
thoroughly and satisfactorily than any other
mode, every intention of Artificial Dentures.
As in this method, rubber teeth aro alto?
gether discarded, it is desirable that it should
j fall especially into the bands of those familiar
with gold plate work.
It muy not be generally known that they
who wear cases of artificial teeth, constructed
according to this patent, by Dentists who aro
not licensees, render themselves liable to the
j penalty of infringement, as well as the ope?
Ofllce rights will bc disposed of and instruc?
tion given by letter, or at the operating rooms
cf Reynolds A Reynolds, whore the manipula?
tion may be daily witnessed, and where com?
munications mav be addressed.
WM. REYNOLDS, M. D.,
Aug 12 i._Columbia. S. C.
Union Reform Convention for the
Fourth Congressional District.
IT is requested that tho Counties of Oconee,
Pickous, Greenville, Laurens, Spartan
burg, Union, York, Chester and Fairfield,
composing the Fourth Congressional Dis?
trict, do send delegations to a Convention, to
be held in tho city or Columbia, on TUES?
DAY, the 16th August next, to nominate a
suitable candidate for Congress in said Dis?
trict. W. H. WALLACE,
8. P. HAMILTON,
Of tho Executive Committe-o Union Reform
Party from Fourth Congressional District.
R'ir It is requested that tho papers of the
varies Counties do copy this notice. July_23
THE CHRISTMAS GUEST, hy Mrs. South
The Court and Times of Queen Elizabeth,
by Miss Aiken, il 25.
The Caged Lion: a Novel, bv Miss Yonge,
Hammer and Anvil, Spielhagcns' last and
best novel, ?2.00.
Memoir of Dr. Scudder, 8U years Missionary
Prince of Wales' Travels in Egypt, Con?
stantinople and the East, ?1.50.
Tho Vicar of Bullhampton, by Trollope,
$1.25, and other new Books for Halb at
BRYAN A- McCARTER'S Bookstore.
FAMILY PACKAGES ASSORTED CRACK?
ERS, consisting of Milk, Cream, Egg,
Butter, Boston and L< mon Crackers.
Fresh Sugar, Butter, Soda, Lemon ami EGG
CRACKERS, just received and for sale at
wholesale amt retail, by
June- 23 J. & T. It. AGNEW.
1 I PIPE Jas. Hennessy'* 1K6? Cognac.
L -h \ pipe " " 18?5
? pipe brandenburg Freres 1835 "
being Importer's Agent for sale of all Fo?
reign Wines and Liquors oil'i-red by me, lean
give equal inducements lo tho tracie any .Job?
bing House in New York or Baltimore cnn
oller. GEO. SYMMERS.
DR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
BEGS thc kind indulgence of his patients
until arter the session of "American Den?
tal Association." He will icUirn for business
about the middle of August. July 14,25
Creme Dc La Creme.
1 ?\?\ BARRELS very superior FAMILY
.jon barrels low priced and medium qualities.
For sale low by EDWARD HOPE.
Fulton Ms.rket Beef.
1?10ICE PULTON MARKET BEEF and
j Pickled Beef Tongues, just received ami
r sale by_J. AT. H. AGNEW.
Old Java Cottee.
ATS Old Government JA VA COFFEE,
r ' ile ut reduced brices. E. ID 'PE
E. Morris, Columbia, S, C.,
MANUFACTURER of COTTON GINS, at
$3.59 por aaw. Our Gina ar? warranted
to ploatie in every rospeot, or no salo. Pre?
mium awarded at laat State Fair. Also, Wood
Turning in every description and style, at
short notice. June 30 .'imo
TUE uudersignod will roceivc proposals for
ROOFING tho brick buildiug known as
thc Evans A Cogswell property. The quality
of tho lumber and shingles must bo stated,
aud estimates are desired, both'for a flat ana
a peaked roof; also for a shingled and a
tinued rooL S. A. PEARCE, J?.,
Agent and Attoruev for William Sprague.
j Aug 3 5?_
The Georgia Gin.
THE moat universally and deservedly popu?
lar GIN iu uso. Everybody who knows it,
buys it, and thoso who buy it, are always
pleased with it. It claims no needles, no con?
densers, no Btcol brush, but simply to bc tho
best Gin in usc, everything considered.
Prioesmoderate; quality alwavs guaranteed.
LORRICK S: LOWRANCE,
July 17 2mo Agents, Columbia.
OF tho Executive Committee of the Union
Reform Party is over the Savings Bank.
All person? friendly to tho cause, will have
access to tho roi m at any time of the day,
where they can seo tho papers, and get tho
news. Office hours from from '.) to ll a. m.
and from 5 to 0 p. m. E. W. SEIBEI.S,
July 2S_Sec. and Treas. Ex. Com.
/~1 ENUINE DURHAM SMOKING TOBAC
VX CO, direct from tho factory, the great
Dalby Puff Smoking Tobacco, tho Sunnyside
Fine-Cut Chewing Tobacco-the best in tho
country-Mollers' Fig Chewing Tobacco, very
A full assortment of choice WINES and LI?
QUORS always on hand.
JOHN C. SEEGERS,
Main street,, near thc Post Ofrico, and Main
street, near PHOENIX Oflico. July 29
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
having returned to Carolina, will prac
I tice Law in Richland, Edgeiiehl, Lexington
and Barnwell, Will give prompt attention to
all Law busiuess entrusted to his cave, and
will negotiate sales of Real Estate on com?
mission. Oftieo No. 2, Law Range, Columbia,
S. C. July 21 Imo
ca?Edgefield Advertiser copy one mouth.'
I YJtrE beg to louder our thanks to.tho nu
1 YV^im'roua patrons of LOWRANCE Ss CO.,
I for their past support, and pledge them, as
I we have made additions to our capital aud in
; creased our facilities, to servo their interests
i even moro faithfully than heretofore.
Wo have MARKED DOWN all of our Shelf
Hardware and Fancy Groceries, and are DE
TEUMINED to clean out our stock at low prices,
so ns to bo able to FILL UP WITH FRESH
GOODS AT LOWER RATES THAN CAN BE
HAD ELSEWHERE. Givo us a trial, and you
will be convinced. Orders from tho up coun
trv solicited, ami satisfaction guaranteed.
'June 12_LOltltICK A LOWltANCE.
How Lott! How Il es lo rt vi!
I Just published, in a sealed envelope. J'rice G els,
I A LECTURE ON THE NATURAL TREAT
: MENT, and Radical Cure of Spermatorrhea or
I Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions,
j Sexual Debility, and Impedimenta to Marriage
(?morally; Nervousness, Consumption, Epi
I lepsy, and Fits; Mental and Physical iDca
i pacity, resulting from Self Abuse, Ac, by
t Hobt. J. Culverwcll, M. D., author or tho
I "Green Rook," Ac.
"A BOOK TO THOUSANDS OK SKKKEREIIS."
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
' address, post-paid, on receipt of six conts, or
J two postage stamps, by CHAS. J. O. KLINE
A CO., VM Bowery, New York, Pout OUlcu
; llox 4,380.
Also Dr. CntverwelPa "Marriage Guide,',
1 price 23 cents. May 10 gmo_
Time Extended Thirty Days.
! MAUMU BOOT, SHOE, HAT
IA. S M Y T H E,
COLUMBIA HOTEL BUILDING.
HAYING determined to reduce my preeent
spring and summer stock ot BOO IS.
.SHOES ii V.TS, Ac, which is very largo and
'? compli te, in - rder I - millie arrangements tor
! the tall trade, I offer nil goods in my hm; at
COSI for thc next thirty days; at which tune
slock will I c taken, l liis is a rare opportu?
nity cspeciallv for the trade ami consumers,
to secure great bargains, and I would most
respectfully solicit !i eall. A. SM VI UL.
Smokies ami ehowisls, call nt the
j Pollock House.