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Bloody Battl? ?t Hoar Lou ti, ?'rnsiln.
Botlt Portie? (Halm a Victory-llo
Jolclnge In Patria.
MADRID, August 4.-The meetiug for
the abolition of slavery io the colonies
has b?en resumed. It is reported that
Don Fernando has accepted the proffer
ol the crown of Bpain. Chambers meet
the 8th of August.
BERLIN, August 4.-The Prussian Go?
vern ment famishes tho following details
of tho affair at Saarbruck: A feeble gar?
rison held Saarbruok. The French ad?
vanced in three columns. The Prussians
then retired to a position North of Saar?
bruok, to observe the Fr en oh move mon ts.
Spitt) the nao of the mitrailleuse and chas
sepot, our losses were only two officers
and seventy men. The French loss ap?
peared more serious. Our troops wero
LONDON, August 4.-A doputution
from Newfoundland, askiug that the
troops be allowed to romaiu as a defenco
against a probable Fenian raid, was in?
formed that the colonies must dopend on
BERLIN, August 4.-A despatch, dated
near Weisseuburg, G o'clock, Thursday
evening, says: "We have won a brilliant
but bloody victory. Tho left wing at'
tacked. It consisted of the fifth and
eleventh Prussian corps, aud the second
Bavarian. This force carried by assault,
nuder the eyes of the Princo Royal, tho
fortress of Weisseuburg and tho heights
between Weissenbuig and Geisburg.
Donny's division, of Marshal MoMahon's
corps, was splendidly defeated-being
driven from its camp; Gou. Douay him?
self was killed; 500 prisoners were taken
-none of them wounded; many Turcos
aro .among the captured. The Prussian
General itirschaok was slightly wounded.
The Royal . Grenadiers aud fifth regi?
ment of the lino suffered heavy losses.
PARIS, August 4.-Tho heights takou
by the French at Saarbruck form the koy
to tho railway approaches to Troves
henoe tho importanco of tho conquest.
The Journal Officiel publishes a diplo
matio circular of the Duke de Gram
mont on disarmament. The document,
after refuting the statements of Count
von Bismarck, terminates thus: If Eu?
rope remains armed, and if a 1,000,000
men are on the ovo of a shock of battle,
it oan't bc donied that tho responsibility
is Prussia's, as she repulsed all ideas of
disarmament when we caused tho pro?
posal to bo made, aud begau by giving
nn example. Her conduct is explained
by the fact that at that hour, wheu
France confidingly reduced her military
contingent, the Cabinet at Berlin was
secretly organizing the caudidaturo of
the Prussian Prince for the throne of
Spain, so provocative of mischief.
Whatever calumnies tho federal chancel?
lor may invent, we foar not. He has
lost the right to be believed. The con
science of Europe, aud history will say
Prussia sought this war, by Inflicting
upon France, pro-occupied with tho de?
velopment of her political institutions,
nn outrage that no nation could accept
without incurring contempt.
PARIS, Augusts-Noou.-There is a
grand illumination by tho Garde Mobile,
at Chalons, over tho capture of Saar?
br?cken. There had been previously
slight signs of insubordination, which
the unfavorable news from the front
PAnis, August 4-Midnight.-It is re?
ported that Saar Louis was captured
after a great batt le.
LONDON, August 5.-Thc Prussians
captured oue caunon at Weissenburg.
French loft General Douay dead ou the
field. Tho Prussian headquarters at
Tr?ves has been removed. Tho capture
of Saar Louis is unconfirmed. The
Prussians saved au eugine and c
A correspondent of the Times, for
whoso trustworthiness aud neutrality
the Times vouches, says tho French at
Saarbr?cken captured no cannon. The
French lost forty killed aud sixty
wounded. The French force employed
was 30,000; the Prussian G.000. Artillery
won the fight; little iufanty; no cavalry
LONDON, August 5.-Tho Times says
Tho plan of the Prussian Commander-in
Chief, Gen. Moltko, has chauged from
tho defensivo to the offensive. An ad?
vance into France is threatened. It is
possible that Prince Frederick Charles
will push forward and attack Nancy.
Tho fight at Saarbr?cken, on Saturday
last, lasted six hours on both sides-GOO
men placed hors du combat. Judging
from French accounts, tho mitrailleures
have already decided tho war. Tho
story whioh recently originated in France
about a naval engagement in Crixhavon,
in which a Prussian war vessel was suuk,
is false. Thcro has been no collision at
.soa between Franco aud Prussia thus
far. Tho French say that tho needle
gun recoils so badly that marksman are
even compelled to lire from tho shoul?
der. Tho French also say that tho Prus?
sian cavalry carry old horso pistols,
while tho French have carbines of loug
rango and admitting of aim. Tho fifth
corps of Prussians is mainly composed
CHARLESTON, August 5.-Arrived
steamship Salvor, Philadelphia.
NEW YORK, August 5.-John Real was
hung this morning, at 9 o'clock.
NEW YORK, August 5.-Tho Orange
parado was postponed till next year.
NEW YORK, August 5.-The Nathan
murder is still unsolved, but it is under?
stood that four meu have been arrested
A largo number of armed Irish at hints
aro ou thc streets, near Hibernian head?
quarters. Tho polico aro out iu full
forco. Tho prudcuco of tho Orange?
men in postponing their celebration is
Hclmbold, tho druggist, was robbed
of $8,000 worth of diamonds.
NEW SORK, August 5.-There ore
niuo largo North German steamers now
lying in port, uuablo to sail for Hamburg
or Bremen, for fear of capture by the
French, orniaers, nu cl aro unauthorized to
discharge their drews in ? foreign port,
and not allowed to register themselves
under the flag of the United States.
There are also twenty-seven sailing ves?
sels in the same predicament. The ex?
pense to which these steamers and sail?
ing vessels are subjected will probably
aggregate $14,000 per day, ana thore is
no relief for them except by the cessa?
tion of tho war. It may be, too, that
French steamers will be tied up in the
same way, when the Prussian navy gets
more of its cruisers afloat.
WASHINGTON, August 5.-The Cabinet
mooting held to-day was attended by all
tho members, excepting Secretarys Fish
aud Boutwell, who were represented by
Assistant Seoretarys Davis and Richard?
son. They considered for somo time the
appropriation bills, in connection with
the opinion of Attornoy-General Acker?
man, but were unable to provide for tho
defect in tho law. Therefore, tho Go?
vernment will be compelled to await
further legislation, though some of the
trades of tho public service will, iu tho
meantime, suffer. It is known from the
President himself that he will not call an
extra session of Congress unless tho war
in Europe shall so affect our interest as
to ronder oue necessary; but of this he
has no appreheusiou at present. Tho
President did not officially hear, uutil
Wednesday, by a telegram, from the De?
partment of State, that M. Berthauy hud
advised this Government that France had
declared war against Prussia. This fact
now being kuown from on authentic
source, the President contemplates issu?
ing a proclamation of neutrality in ac?
cordance with the laws now in existeuoc,
but this may not be ready for a week or
more to como. Tlio duty of our citizens
pending the contest will bo clearly de?
Mr. Freliughuyseu has not yet' ac?
cepted the mission to England. It is
understood that tho unsettled condition
of his business affairs delay a respouse.
Tho Navy Department has advices
from Commander Green, from San Do?
mingo, that, in an interview with Baez,
he said that tho republic was iu n peace?
ful conditiou. Baez don't anticipate
trouble so loug as thc United States ma?
nifests a desire to auuex Sau Domingo.
From other sources, Green ascertained
that the rejection of tho treaty bj- the
Senate caused considerable disappoint?
ment to many persons, including those
favorable as well as those opposed te
BICHMOND, August 5.-A despatch
from Raleigh says the conservatives have
carried the North Carolina Legislature.
It also says that Judge Brooks, of tho
United States Court, will issue a writ ol
habeas corpus for the Caswell prisoners.
Joseph Turner, editor of the Raleigii
Sentinel, has been arrested.
The conservatives hove gained a Cou
grossman in Rockingham Distriot.
MEMPHIS, August 5.-Both partie.1
claim a triumph in tho judicial election.
NASHVILLE, August 5.-The oouserva
tive ticket for the Supremo Bench is
GREENBMER WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
VA., August 5.-Hon. Jefferson Davis
left ou tho 2 o'clock traiu, last evouing,
en rome for Europe. The leave-taking
of some of tho ladies was quite touching
SAN FRANCISCO, August 5.-Advice;
from Sydney, Now South Wales, to tin
30th of July have been received. Princ(
Alfred is expected in Sydney on tho Isl
of August. Great preparations were
making for au intercolonial exhibition.
A nugget of gold, weighing ninety
Lhree pounds, was found in Victoria.
Tho governments of four of tho colo
oies were holding a conference iu Mel
bourne. It was agreed to accept a pro
teeto ra tc, unless Eugland objects.
A. H." Gordon and H. Wallstob, pro
minent journalists, have committed sui
Parliament meets on the 11th of Au
English troops would be withdrawi
[rom Australia iu August.
Tho crops promise to yield largely.
RALEIGH, August 5.-Joseph Turner
?ditor of tho Sentinel, was waylaid ou hi
way to tho depot, at Hillsboro, Orang
County, aud arrested by Holden's mili
tia, this morning. Orange has not beei
declared in insurrection, and no disturb
tinco has occurred there. Both partie
hero aro bitterly denouncing tho outrage
Tho vote is very close in thi3 Countj
Tho Ropublicaus confidently expecte
1,000 majority in this city, but receive
oftly about 750.
It is thought now that tho two coi
Bcrvativo candidates for the Houso (
Bopresentatives have dofeated tho tw
colored Republican candidates, and tin
Harris, tho negro candidato for Coi
gross, has lost tho County by a small m
jority. Tho voto for Senatorial cand
dates in Franklin County was very clos
with chancea in favor of tho Democrat
this will bo a tremendous conservati'
gain. Rowau, Mecklenburg, Cabarru
Orange and Guilford have gono Dom
eratic. In Alamance Couuty, tho co
scrvatives wero so intimidated by He
den's militia, that they did not vote; i
the County weut largely Republican. Tl
voto in Franklin and Granvillo Conuti
is very closo, and is not yet decided,
is confidently expected that Johnsti
and Chatham Couuties will go large
Telegrams received here indicate tl:
tho conservatives swept tho Western pe
tion of the State. Gilliam anet Rogo:
conservativo candidatos for Congros
from this District aro probably elected
500 majority. Present indications sin
that tho conservatives have a handsoi
majority in tho Legislature on a joi
ballot, thereby securing tho election
a Domocratic Uuiteel Stutes Sonutor
plaoo of Abbott.
WILMINGTON, August 5.-Returns
coivod to-day from tho Eastern and ce
tral portions of tho State indicate t
election of four conservative Congre
mon from tho Third, Fourth, Sixth a
Seventh Districts, with tho Fifth B
trict in doubt. The conservatives gaiu
iu nearly every County heard fro
leaving bat little doubt yoi a majority in
the Lr?gr?r?ture on n joint, ballot. Re
turna already iu show that the conserva?
tives gained twenty-five- members in the
FINANCIAL, ANO CO?IMK11CIAL. '
NEW YORK, August 5-Noon.-Stocks
strong. Money 3@4. Gold 21 a?. Ex?
change-long 9%; short 10%. Bonds
ll; Tennessee's, ex-coupon, 01%; new
60*^; Virginia's, ex-coupon, 58; new 58;
Louisiana O's, old, 69%; now 65; levee
6's 66; 8's 83; Alabama 8's 98; 5's 71;
Georgia 6's 82; 7's 90; North Carolina's,
old, 48%; new 29; South Carolina's, old,
75; new 71. Flour and wheat less aotive,
without decided change. Corn dull and
heavy. Pork heavy, at 30.00. Lard
dull-barrels 16%@17 steam. Cotton
dull aud unchanged-uplands 19%;
Orleans 20%; sales 400 bales. Freights
7 P. M.-Money 4@5. Sterling 9%
((7)9%. Gold21%@21.%. Government's
steady but very dull. Southern's un?
changed. Cotton inactive; sales 750
bales-middling uplands 19?vtl'. Flour
Stato and Western 5@10c. lower; super
fine email@example.com; Southern dull-common
to fair extra 6.5007.50. Wheat l@2c
lower-winter red and amber Western
firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn l@2o. lower-new
mixed Western 95@96. Beef steady.
Pork heavy and lower, at 29.75(0)30.00.
Lard dall and lower-kettle 17%?17)?.
Whiskey lower, at 1.00. Groceries quiet
aud firm. Freights quiet.
BALTIMORE, August 5.-Cotton dull
and prices unchanged-middling 19%.
CINCINNATI, August 5.-Flour dull-fa?
mily 0.50(0)6.75. Coru dull, at 85?88.
Whiskey 97(a)9S. Pork quiet, at 30.00.
Bacon in fair demaud-shoulders 14%;
clear rib sides 17;v?@17%; clear sides
18}.; ; sugar-cured hams 26.
LOUISVILLE, August 5.-Flour, coru
and provisions firm and unchanged.
ST. Louis, August 5.-Flour dull
superfino 4.50(?4.80. Corn quiet
mixed 7S(7?80. Whiskey 97>?. Provi?
sion firmer. Small sales, of pork, at
31.00. Bacon in good demand, but
prices asked have checked sales. Shoul?
ders 14%; clear rib sides 18; held at }-?c.
advance all rouud. Lard quiet.
NEW ORLEANS, August 5.-Cotton
dull and prices nominal-middling 17J.j;
sales 200 bales; uet receipts 90; stock
MOHILE, August 5.-Cotton dull-low
middlings 17%; Bales 100 bales.
SAVANNAH, August 5.-Cottou quiet
low middlings lb,1 .??16% ; sales 40
CHARLESTON j August 5.-Cotton dull
-middlings 18; sales 100 bales; net re?
ceipts 160; stock 2,262; not receipts of
tho week 1,013; exports to continent
252; coastwise 889; sales of week 500.
LONDON, August 5-.-Noon.-Cousols
SS;^'. Bonds 83.
LIVERPOOL, August 5-Noon.-Cotton
opens steady-uplands 7J?; Orleans 8;
sales of tho week 65,000 bales; export
8,000; speculation 7,000; stock 568,000,
whereof American is 287,000; receipts
81,000, of which American is 18,000;
atock afloat 193,000, of which American
ton closed with a downward tendency,
but quotations aro nuchunged-sales
WHOI.ESALK PlUCES CUltllKNT.
COMtKCTEO WEEKLY BY TUE DOAKIJ OF TRADE.
APPLES,f)bu. 73^100 MOLASSES,Cuua,45?50
?AOO1N0.30?35 New Ori'iisl 00?i 10
BALE HOPE, Manil.?2(J Bufcar H'se..7?? 1 ?o
N.Y.orWesc-dbl0?15 NAILS, y kcg5 50? G 0?
BITTER, North. 37?10 ONIONS.t'busl75?2 00
Country, \i U>.25?35 OIL, Kerosene,g43S?50
BACON. Hums.. .27?30 Machinery. .76? 1 00
?ides, y lb.. 10?21 SPECIE, Ooh! ?1 19
Shoulders... 17? IS Silver. ?112
CANDLES, Sporm4??70 POTAT'S, Iris ?1 50
Adamantine tt?18?20 Sweet, bus 1 75?2 25
i?oTToS YAUNI COQl 70 RICE, GarolinanVJ}?10
JOTTON,Strict Md? 18 SHOT, tybag. 250?2G0
Middling ... 17? SALT, Liverp.2 20?2 25
Low Midl'g, 1G? I SOAP, \>lh.8?10
Good Ordnv, 15? SPIBITS, Alcohol,gl7 00
Ordinary... 14? 1 Brandy ..4 00@1200
JUEESE, E'.D.Ib. 23@25 ! Oin.2 U??7 00
tfactorv.10?24 Rum.2 00?7 00
COFFEE, Rio, ^db20?25 | Whiskey... 1 35?4 00
Lagnayra_25?27 Sro.vn, Crus & P10?17
FLOUR,Co. 800@000 STARCH, %)lh... I).)? ll
Northern.700?11 00 TEA,Green 11.100?210
GRAIN, Coru 1 C0?1 70 Black,_1 00? 1 10
Wheat_1 50? 1 70 Ton.vcco, Chw.C0?l 10
Oats. 90?100 Smoking,lb..50?] 10
Peas.2 00?2 75 VlNEOAR, Wiuo,.C0@80
HAY, Nortn, -f'cwt.2 00 Kreuch_1 25?1 GM
HIDES,Div, tdt)12J@18 WINK, Chain.25@30 00
Green .'..@8 Port, figal300?5 70
LAUD, V">.10?22 Shorrv_3 50?G GO
LIME, .(.? bbl. 2 05?2 75 Madeira... 2 50?8 50
Grand Clearing Out Sale
To make Room for New Stock,
At C. fri. .TACICSON.'S
DR. THOMAS T. MOORE,
BEGS the kind indulgence of his patienta
until after the session of "American Den?
tal Association." Hu will return for business
about tho niiddln of August. July ll 25
1 f\C\ BnLi'- Choice New Family FLOUR,
1UU juet received and for sale by
Julv 21 J. & T. It. AGNEW.
J. B. LasSALLE,
Railroad Contractor and Bridge Builder
COLL'.Hill A, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Julv 13 3mn
SINCE the fire of Sunday morning last, wi
bavo removed our stock to Brice's old
stand, corner Main and Blanding Streets,
wuoro wo will keep constantly on hand a first
class stock o? GROCERIES and FAMILY
SUPPLIES generally. Will also purchase ali
kinds of country PRODUCE. My old custom
ors and the public aro invited to call.
July 10_ _ J. A. HENDRIX_A RRCb_
Thirsty people, go to Pollock's.
LATEST QUOTATIONS OP SburriiETiN SE?
CURITIES IN CHAKLE8TON. S, 0-Corrected,
somi-weokly, by A. C. Kaufman, Brokot,
No. 25 Broad street-August 5. 1870:
Hames cf Securities. Rate In. Of 'd Asked.
North Carolin u, old.... 6 .... 47
N. Carolina, new. 6 .... 27
South Carolina, old_ 6 - 80
B. Carolina, new. 6 .... 74
S. O. reg'd stock, ex in. 6 .... 70
Georgia, old. 7 - 91
Georgia, now. 7 .... 93
Georgia. 6 .... 88
Tennessee, old. 6 .... GO
Tennessee, now. 6 .... 57
Alabama. 8 .... 98
Alabama. 5 .... 73
Atlanta, Ga., bonds_ 8 .- 8G
Augusta, Ga., bonds... 7 .... 80
Charleston stock. C .... 50
Oharl'n Fire Loan b'ds 7 _ 70
Columbia, S. C., bonds 6 _ 00
Columbus, Ga., bonds. 7 - 80
Macon, Ga., bonds_ 7 - 78
Memphis, Tenu., b'nds
endorsed... 6 47 ...
'* uneudors'd.. 6 d3
Savannah, Ga., bonds. 7 .... S7
Wilmington, N. C. 8 - 72
Wilmington, N. C. 6 .... GO
Atlantic and Gulf. 7 _ 80
B. R. B., 1st mortgage 7 _ GO
Central Georgia. 7 - 99
Charleston and Savan.. ? .... C8
Charlotte, Col. & Aug.. 7 - 85
Chorawand Darlington 7 .... 83
Georgia Railroad. 7 - 100
Green. Sc Col., 1st mor. 7 _ 90
Green. Sc C., State guar 7 .... 67
Memphis & Charleston. 7 .... SO
North-Easteru past due 7 .... 92
North-Eastern, now.... 8 .... 92
Sav. Sc Char., 1st mort. 7 _ 78
Sav. itOhar., State gua 7 _ .72
South Carolina. 7 - 74
South Carolina. G _ 71
Spartanburg and Union 7 .... GO
RAILROAD STOCKS. Rai'.
Atlantio and Gulf_.100 _ 33
Central Ga., ex div_100 .... 110
Charlotte, Col. & Aug.. 100 .... 40
Georgia. 100 .... 102
Greeu. aud Col. R. R.. 20 .... 2
Macon and Western... 100 .... 110
Memphis Sc Charleston. 25 - 9
North-eastern. 50 .... 13
Savannah Sc Charleston 100 .... 33
So. Ca., whole shares.. 100 _ 39
So. Co., half shares... 125 _ 40
IPeop'sN. B'k Oharl'n,
capital ?500,000. 100 103 ..
fist Nat. Bank Chorl'n
capital 8400,000. 100 118 .,
\S. C. Loan k Trust Co .... 101
Caro. Nat. Bank, Col'a.
Iiank of Charleston_100 _ 22
Union Bank S. C. 50 7
People's Bank So. Ca.. 25 .... 5
Plan. Sc Me. Bank S. C. 25 .... 2
Bank of Newberry. 25 .... ?
Bank of Camden. 50 - 1
Char. M. & M. Co.100 .... \
Wando M. Sc M. Co... 100 .... 32i
Charleston Gas Co.... 25 .... 2'.
Charl'n City R. R. stock 50 _ 5?
GrauitevilleMan. Co... 100 _ Sf
G. Sc C. R. cert, iudeb. 6;
3. C. R. cert, indobt's. ]
N. E. R. R., cert, indebt. 5i
City Charleston cer. in. 98 p
City of Memphis coup. GO
N. E. R. R. pref, stock. 4
S. Sc U. R. past duo coup. 5
S. & C. R. past duo coup. G
New York sight.j ? off j ri
Gold. 119 12
S. C. BANK BILLS.
?Bank of Charleston.
?Bank of Newberry.
Bank of Camden. 45
Bank Georgetown. lu .
Bank oi S. C. 15 .
Bank of Chester. ll
Bank of Hamburg. 13 .
Bank of thc Stato of
S. C., prior to '61. 40
Bank of State of S. C.,
issue 'GI and '62. 25
?Pl. & Mee. Bank Char'u.
?People's Bank Charl'n .
?Union Bank Charles'n.
*S. W. R. R. Bank, old.
?S.W. R. R. Bank, new.
Stato Bank, Charleston .... 8
Farmers' Ex. B'k Char. 2
Exchango Bank, Colum - 8
Com'l Bank, of Colum .... 18
Merch. Bank of Cheraw - 4
Planter's Bank Fairfield_ 5
S. O. bills receivable. 95
Charleston chango bills. 93
fLcss Stock dividend of 20 per (
and cash dividend of 6 per cont.
JLOSS cash dividend of G per cent.
?Loss cash dividend of G per cont.
B?F* Bills marked thus (*) aro b
redeemed at tho bank counters of en
Union Reform Convention for
Fourth Congressional District
IT ia requested that thc Counties of Oe
Fickeus, Orecnville, Laurous, Hps
burg, Union, York, Chester and Fair
composing thc Fourth Congressional
trict, do send delegations to a Convcntif
bo held in the city of Columbia, on T
DAY, the lt?th August next, to nomin
suitable candidate for Congrega in san
trict. W. H.WALLAC1
y. P. IIAMILTOl
Of tho Executivo Committee) Union Re
Party from Fourth Congressional Distri
&er It ls rcquostod that tko papers t
varies Counties do copy this notice._Jul
14 PIRE Jas. Hcnnoaay'a I860 Cogm
".dh .1 pipo .? " I8G5
.( pipe brandenburg Freres 1835 "
being Importer's Agent for salo of a
reign Wines and Liquors ollerod by mo,
Rive equal inducements to tho trailo an;
bing House in New York or Baltimor
odor. ORO. SYJ1ME
Bordeaux Wine Vinecar.
5ELLS. PURE FRENCH WHITE
and CIDER VINEGAR, for sale by
Julv 30 L\ HO
THE Anniversary* orib"e*W'chland'Vo?n?
t o or inflo Company will takoplnco on MONDAY I
NEXT, tho 8th instant, at Hampton's Wood
I landa. Tickets ban bo obtained upon applica
I tion to either of tho undersigned:
E. 8. PERCIVAL,
H. C. HEISE,
J. M. ROACH,
GEO. W. PARKER,
W. K. SES3F0RD,
T. W. BERRY,
J. L. POLLOCK,
Ang 4 4_ Committee
Tho Executive Committoo of tho Union Bo
form Party have appointed the following gen?
tlemen a Committee to make suitable.arrange- j
monts for a MSBB Meeting of tho people of I
Richland, on TUE8DAY, thc 16th inst. Ad?
dresses will bo delivered by Judge Carpenter,
General duller and others.
E. W. SEIRELS,
Sec'y and Treasurer Executive Committee.
Edward Hope, E. Stenhouse,
R. O'Noale, Jr., Walter Fisher,
John ll. Kinslor, John Crawford,
W. P. Bookter, A. Smythe,
John Frost, Jr., R. D. Seuu,
Dr. William Weston, J. H. Wells,
Warren Adams, John T. ?Sloan, Jr.,
John P. Adams, Thomas Taylor,
Capt. Edward Pcrcival.W. C. Swafueld,
Jesse G. Lykos, James Kennedy, j
John Dent, William Myers, '
Capt. W. H. Stack; ' Samuel G. Henry,
S am uel Garner._Aug 3
South Carolina Bank and Trust Co.,
(In Building formerly occuiyied by Carolina
National Bank, )
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE all issues of
GOVERNMENT BONDS, at current market
rates, also COIN and COUPONS, and exocuto
orders for tho purchase and sala of Gold, and
all firsl-class securities, on commission.
ISSUE CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, pay
ablo on demand, or at fixed date, bearing
interest, and available iu all parts of thc
ADVANCES made to our dealers, on ap?
proved collaterals, at market rates of interest.
COLLECTIONS mado everywhere in tho
United States, Canada aud Europe, and Ex?
change bought and sold.
Dividends and Coupons collected.
HARDY SOLOMON, President.
J. C. ROATH, Cashier. June 29 3mo
THE undersigned will apply to A. E?rd,
Judge of Probato of Lexington County,
at Lexington Court House, on Monday, tho
5th day of September next, for a final dis
chargo as Administrator of tho estates of
E. Z. Swygert, Margaret Swygert and Delila
Cront. WM. L. ADDY, Adm'r.
LEXINGTON C. H., July 20.1870. July 28 tim
Time Extended Thirty Days.
l?iniOTU BOOT, SUOE, HAT
A. S M Y T H E,
COLUMBIA HOTEL BUILDING.
HAYING determined to rednco my present
spring and summer stock of BOOTS.
SHOES, HATS, Ac, which is very largo and
complete, in order to make arrangements for
thc fail trade, I offer all goods in my lino at
COST for tho next thirty days; at which time
stock will be takon. This ia a raro opportu?
nity, especially for tho trado and consumers,
to secure great bargains, and I would most
respectfully solicit a call. A. SMYTHE.
TniRTY days after date, tho undersigned
will apply to A. E?rd, Esq., Judge < f Pro?
bate of Lexington County, at his office, for a
final discharge aa guardian of Benjamin, Leo?
nora and Jamea Derrick.
JOHN S. DERRICK, Onardian.
LEXINGTON C. H.. July g. 1870. July 12 jVl
The Georgia Gin.
TnE most universally and deservedly popu?
lar GIN in use. Everybody who knows it,
buys it, and those who buy it, are always
pleased with it. It claima no needles, no con?
densers, no steel brush, but simply to be tho
best Gin in usc, everything considered.
Frieeainoderbto; qualitv always guaranteed.
LORR1CK lr LOWRANCE,
Julv 17 2mo Agents, Columbia.
OF tho Executive Committee of tho Uuion
Reform Party ia over tho Savings Bank.
All poraona friendly to tho cause, will have
accosa to tho roi m at any timo of tho day,
where they can Beo tho papera, and got the
news. Oflico boura from from 9 to ll a. m.
and from 5 to 0 p. m. E. W. SEIDELS,
Julv 28 Sec. and Treas. Ex. Com.
IS hereby given, that application will be
mado to tho Hon. W. li. Wigg, Judge of
Probate for Richland Comity, for a dual dis?
charge aa Guardian for Chorlton Wells Nuna
maker, at bia ollico, in Columbia, on tho 15th
August. G. LEAFHART.
Julv 15 tim*
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
having returned to Carolina, will prac?
tice Law in Richland, Edgeflold, Lexington
and Barnwell, Will givo prompt attention to
all Law business entrusted to his care, and
will negotiate salea of Real Estate on com?
mission. Ollico No. 2, Law Range, Columbia,
I s. C. July 21 Imo
ttj>Ertgeflelrl Advertiser copy ono month.
5BBLS. NEW FLOUR.
10 sacks do All of wheat of this
harvest, for sale low, by
July 2 _ LORRICK <C LOWRANCE.
E. Morris, Columbia, B. C.,
MANUFACTURER o? COTTON GINS, at
5?) per saw. Our Gins aro warranted
to ptoasoin every respect, or no salo. Pre?
mium awarded at last State Fair. Also, Wood
j Turrung in evory description and style, at
short notice. Juno 30 ?lino
Hungry people, go to Bollock's.
A?oUon Salo B .
Desirable 'Furniture in Variety.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON TUESDAY MORNING NEXT, 9th instant,
at 10 o'clock, bofore my Auction Boom, woa
thor permuting. I will soil a general variety
of FURNITURE, among which are:
Mahogany Hair-Seat 80FA8 ABD CHAIRS,
Bonkers, Cane-scat and Rush-bottom Chairs,
Drowsing Bureaus, Side-boards,
Wardrobes, French Bedsteads. Bedding,
Cottage Chambor Set, Sido Tabloa,
Mirrors, Pictures, Matting, Carnets,
Window Shades, Crockery and Glassware,
Tinware, and a variety of useful articles for
family nae. Aug G
The Mott Popular, Because the Most Reliable.
PTPOUNDS, comprising all the best v?
'JUU rieties, and for sale, wholesale and
retail, aa low as any house in the city, at
GEIGER & MCGREGOR'S
Drng St oro.
Country merchants will please give us a call
bofore purchasing elsewhere._July 3b 6
WILL CHRISTIE BENET, Rector.
W. W. VANCE, M. A., Assistant.
THIS well-known Behool will
ro-open on MONDAY, the 12th of
^September. Its Teachers aro
Alumni of Edinburg University.
rTho School ia situated in a healthy
locality, where board, at a mod??
rate rate, can easily bo obtained.
For particulars, aa to Terms of Tuition,
?co., applv to thc Rector, or to ^ .
F. A. CONNER,
President of tho Board of TruBtees.
July 30 al_.
University of Virginia?
TBE Session of this Institution
comraencos annually on tho first
?day of OCTOBER, and continues,
[[without interruption, till tho
?Thursday preceding tho 4th of
Tho organization of tho Institution is very
complote, embracing extensive and thorough
courses of instruction in Literature and
Science, and in the professions of La'w, Medi?
cino and Engineering.
Thc expenses of the Academic or Law Stu?
dent, exclusive of tho cost of Toxt-Booka and
clothing, and pocket money, amount to about
$365 per session of nine months; and of tho
Engineering or Medical Student to about
*3'J5, of which sums, respectively, $220 or
$250 ia payablo on admission, and the bul :.:cc
in tho progress of the session.
For details send for catalogue. P. O. ''Uni
vcreitv of Virginia." S. MAUPIN,
July 20 30_Chairman of tho Facnlty.
SA 11 Km, VA.
Next Session begins September 7, 1870.
TELS Institution has a full corps
of Instructors, a thorough Course
|of Studies, and aims at a High
j'Grade of Scholarship, Its superior
educational advantages, moderate
expenaea, healthy location, and
excellent mail, traveling and telegraphic
facilities, roudcr it well worthy tho attention
and patronage of tho South.
The location of tho College, in euch a rich
farming region aa tho Roanoke Valley, ena?
bles tho Faculty to OFFER TEBUS SUITABLE TO
TUE CONDITION of the country.
Entire cxpenecs for Session ot ten months,
This estimate includes Board and Tuition,
embracing Modoru Languages. A slight ad?
vance on tho above for students boarding in
The Session is divided into two terms, of
five months each.
First Term begins September 7, 1S70.
Second Term begins February 1,1871.
Students may cntor at any timo. Those
taking tho ?cgular coureo should by all
means bo present at the opening of the SCB
sion. St mienta may take a eolect or business
course as they prefer.
Every branch necessary to a finished edu?
cation ia taught in the College.
Tho Institution is in a nourishing condi?
tion, holds a high place in tho estimation of
those who havo teated ita morita, ia rapidly
rising in public favor, und numbers among
her students representatives from nearly
every Southern State.
For further particulars. Catalogues, Ac,
address REV. D. P. BITTLE, D. D"
. President of tho College,
For circulars, etc, apply at Duffio A Chap?
man's Bookstore_Aug 2 ttfr2mo
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Maya & Martin and others, vs. tho Bank of
Newberrv, S. C.
BY an order of bia Honor T. O. P. Vernon,
Judge of thc Court of Common Pleas for
tho Seventh Circuit, passed in the above
stated case, dated 20th day of May. 1870, all
ailing crcditora of the Bank of Newberry,
South Carolina, arc enjoined from tho further
prosecution of their respectivo suits, and they
and all other creditors aro required to render
their demanda at tho oftico of tho Bank of
Newberry, S. C., at Newberry, in tho State of
South Caroliua, for payment, on or before tho
1st day of Deccmbor next; and if net paid
when ao presented, then to render them with?
in tho time specified above, before Thomas
M. Lake, Spocial Referee, to bo established
before him according to law.
THOS. M. LAKE,
Clerk of tho Court of Common Pleas for
Newberry County, S. C._May 28 s!3
IF YOU WANT A FIRST-CLASS GOLD OR
Silver WATCH and CUA1N, call nt
IF von want a FINE SET OF JEWELRY,
call at ISAAC SULZBACHER'S.
IF vou arc in need of SOLID SILVER or
PLATED WARE, call at
IF your eves aro failing, and you want tho
BEST SPECTACLES, call at
IF von want a good and reliable TIME-PIECE
or CLOCK, cad at
Janel_ ISAAC SULZPACKER'S.
Law Books on the New Code.
ALSO, a Variety or NEW LAW BOOKS
Acta of Legislature, Ac, for salo by
April20_BRYAN & McCARTER.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho host manner, by lirat claaa workmen",
ENGRAVING finely execnted.
Guns and Ammunition.
JUST received by William Glaxo, fine Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, ?no Eng?
lish Powder, in Canisters, Shot and Capa, of all
kind. One door North of Messrs. Scott, Wil?
liams A- Co.'s Banking House. _Dec 1G_
WE beg to tender our thanks to thc nu?
merous patrons of LOWRANCE A CO.,
for their past support, and pledge them, aa
wo have made additions to our capital and in
croased our facilities, to serve their interests
even more faithfully than heretofore.
We have MARKED DOWN all of our Shelf
Hardware and Fancy Groceries, and aro DE
TRRMINEU to clean out our stock at low prices,
eons to be ublo to FILL UP WITH FRESH
GOODS AT LOWER RATES THAN CAN BE
HAD ELSEWHERE. Give us a trial, and you
will be convinced. Orders from tho up-COUU
trv solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Jifrte 12 LORRICK ? LOWRANCE.