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Further War Reports-Petril to Prepare
fog rs. Sicg?-Tl>u I'rmalnni Advonclng,
PARIS, 'August 20.-Abbe Vurrun,
chupluin of tho army of the Rhine, died
on th o field. ".
i The Journal des D?bats repels the Eng?
lish1 mediation as premature. It says,
fight, and not parley; is the duty now.
Franco has victories daily. Peace dis?
cussions will therefore soon be possible.
The Gaulois says Picard, ex-Miuiater of
tho Interior, with difficulty was dissuad?
ed from interpellating Trochu's procla?
mation; because tho Emperor aud Em?
press were not named.
Baron Malortio, a Hanoverian, urges
tho Hanoverians in France to form a
legion of sharp-shooters. He Bays ho is
not against Germany, but Prussian ty
ronny, and that his wish is to combat
Hohenzollern, who tried to effaco from
the map of Europe the nnmo of Hanover.
Malortio is said to be a nephew of Bis?
Thiers, with Gen. Trocha, La Tour
and others, visited tho fortifications, to?
day, after which they held a long con?
ference. Various manufacturers of arms
throughout France are working diligent?
ly, and send daily large quantities of
arms to equip all who wish to go to tho
The Seine Garde Mobile have returned
to Paris from Chalons, and ure encamped
at St. Maur" Vincent.
Tw?'C??ucihV Of Ministers were hold
to-day. . Trooha was present at both.
A French loan of 1,000,000,000 francs
"Tho town of Rarback, near Bitche,
has a garrison of 7,Oi)0 men.
In the Corps L?gislatif, to-day, Count
Paliuko made'tho fbil?wiog statement:
"T^e Prussians assert they wero victo
rions on tho 18th. X affirm tho contrary,
I have communicated a'despatoh to aovo
ral Deputies, showing that three Prussiat
army corps united and attacked Bazaine
They were repulsed and driven into tilt
quarries of Janmout. My reserve abon
tins-despatch wiH be understood. I neet
not mention tho small advantage gainec
near Bar le Due. Weare now active!;
completing tho fortifications of Paris
In a few days all will be assurod."
LONDON, August 20-9 A. M.-Th.
rumor of tho death of the Freuch Em
peror at Rheims, under a surgical opera
tiou, which has been iu circulation her
all day, is still uucontradicted. Lutes
editions of journals this evening li av
little from tho battle-fields of Thursda;
aud Friday, and nothing of to-day.
BERLIN, August 20.-Au official orgai
to-day says that although Germauy i
losing its noblest Rons, she has this cou
fort that the war is not in vain; that it i
one against a race known to our fore
fathers as full of arrogance and insc
lonee, and which has robbed us of on
fairest provinces. God will cuablo ou
Ring to establish a durable peace in mit
Europe, iu the shape of united German;
tho key-stono of true freedom nod mt
PARIS, August 20-Evening.-Til
grave rumors in circulation hero veste
day relative to the health of tho tempi
ror, were unfounded. I have tho bc
assurance of this. Signed Paris Agei
New York Associated Press.
VIENNA, August 20.-An imperial d
cree opens the Provincial Diets. Tl
Emperor expresses gratification at tl
patriotic unanimity of all tho pcoplo i
tho Empire. Ho hopes ho shall bo ab
to satisfy the legitimate demands of G
lioia and Tyrol by au immediate clcctic
to the Richsrath.
PARIS, August 21.-Private letters d
scribe Marshal Canrobert's conduct,
the battle^of Dancourt, as heroic iu tl
extreme. During the entire day, he w
in front of the lines, and personal
headed charges. An aid-do-camp had i
arm shot off by bis side.
Pont-o-Mousson despatches represe
tba1) the Prussians continue their exorl
tant exactions from the people, aud o
deavor to make 5,000 pooplo feed 151
000 troops. The journals urge eucrgel
reprisals by tho Baltic ileot.
Advices from Mulhouse report that t
Prussians entered Erstein ; also, that t
garrison of Strasburg made another s<
tie, capturing aud killing a consid?rai
A number of Prussians have been se
near Saute Marie aux Mines. The ct
my besieged Schlettzscahl.
A despatch from a Prussian soun
announces the reBumptiou of tho ho
bordment of Strasburg.
Prince Napoleon has gone to Clialoi
Tho excitement of tho people of Pa
last night, on account of tho absciico
news, was intense. When tho oveui
journals appeared, the people fought
the first copies. Count Paliako's sta
ment in the Corps, was read to a hu
crowd, who wildly cheered. No oflk
bulletins have appeared for two da
Gen. Trochu has issued nnothcr prot
mation, tho meaning of which is, t!
Paris must stand a singe.
Prince Frederick William is repor
Tho Bourso fell to-day, in anticip?t
of a new loan. Bazaine has decided i
to leave Metz. Auother seizure of ai
has been mndo. Tho indications
] strong that un extended conspire
agninst tho Empire has been discover
Bismarck is at Pont-a-Mousson. J
spatohes claiming a victory iu tho Ba
on tho 10th, uro false.
PARIS, Augtrst 21.-Strong bodies
troops belonging to McMahon's Co
aro moving towards the Vosges. A de
ty to tho corps announced to pera
around tho Chamber that if tho Pi
sians have cutcrod Chattalon San Mai
this movement would indicate that
Prussians uro moving on Paris via L
sanno. The Gaulois relates that w
tho Emperor offered tho Govoruon
of Puris, aud tho command of tho fo
hero to Trochu, ho stipulated thu
must bo a free net, and that ho mus
absolutely uncontrolled by tho En
ror, who replied: "Geueial, I oonfid
you tho safety of tho capital. You I
command." Tho Republican aud Dc
eratic, journals praise Trochu for his in?
dependence sud firmness.
Trochu's proclamation, to the National
Guard, Garde Mobile, troops and Beam en
in the army of Paris, and all defenders
of the capital, says: In the midst of
events of tho highest importance I have
been appointed Governor; the honor is
great and the peril also. T depend on
your patriotism. Should Paris be sub?
ject to a Biege never was ' there a more
magnificent opportunity to prove lo tho
world that a long prosperity has not
effeminated the country. You have be?
fore you the example of an army which
has fought one against three, their
heroic struggle compels tho admiration
of all. Show by your conduct that you
have the feelings of the profound re?
sponsibility resting upou you.
BERLIN, August 21-Noon.-It is
officially stated that tho only important
nows received sinco tho battle of Rescou
villo is that the French havo withdrawn
all their forces into Motz.
At Pout-a-Moussou, yesterday, the
?Crown Priuce visited tho King, and is
to-day, from that direction, indicating
his forces, not far from Bar Le Due.
BRUSSELS, August 21-Noon.-It is
believed that England und Italy have
determined to interfere jointly, |to save
Paris. Austria's concurrence is momen?
LONDON*, August 22.-The Garde Mo?
bile is returning to Paris-doubtless, for
arms. The Prussiaus intend to surround
Motz with a railroad. Bismarck's regi?
ment has several times been reported
annihilated, but it has uever been nuder
dre. It is said Bazaine is absolutely cut
off from resources. McMahon is also
believed surrounded. Convoys, with
provisions, have gone forward to both
armies. 150,000 men have passed to the
front, through Paris, siuco Friday mora
iug. It is generally thought tho march
of tho Prussians canuot be checked be
foro reaching Paris. There are said tc
bo 300,000 good troops at aud around
Paris. It is believed oue decisive baltic
will give Paris to tho Prussiaus.
FLORENCE, August 22.-Prince Napo
leon is hera, to demand mediation.
LONDON, August 22-3 P. M.-The
Freuch Minister to Englaud has been in
structed to make demands hero similar
to Priuce Napoleon's ut Florence.
Madame Cuurobert and family arriv?e
in Paris yesterday. Pfalzburg has copi
PAULS, August 22.-Tue Prussiaus arc
besieging Strasburg, aud have divertei
tho course of the river III, to stop Stras
burg's water. Tho commandant hassen
all uou-Cghtiog material from the city
The Paris correspondent of the Nev
York Courrier des lil ats Unis, snys: ]
have myself seen tho latest despatche:
from Bazaine ; he declares positively tba
ho is the victor. His strategical move
ment was accomplished, but was attend
cd with serious losses. This corres
pondent reproaches tho Government fo
withholding this re assuring despatel
from tho public. He sums up tho con
tents of the last seveu days as being fa
vorable to us, but brings no decisive re
suits. Ono thing is certain; thoarmyo
tho Crown Prince continues its mnrc!
towards Paris, via Vi try aud LeFancoia
uvoiding Chalons. Tho Emperor am
McMahon are at Chalons; mcantim
Trocher's measures iudicate the besiege
meut of Paris imminent. Yestorduy
50,000 guns were distributed. Graiu i
arriviug in vast quantities. Puris i
provisioned for eight months.
LONDON, August 22-Tho Prussian
are bridging the Rhine between Bazl au
Mulhouse, in close proximity to th
Swiss line, where 10,000 troops ar
Stockholm advices state that th
Frouch agents have been arrested fe
bribiug tho press to excite Freuch syn
pa th y.
A Vienna despatch soys the Austria
Germans have declared Tor Prussia i
Tho North German envoy at Bom
visited Garibaldi at Copera.
A largo number of siege guns ha\
arrived at tho Prussian froutier.
Vurious ports iu Nordernoy aud Bari
nm have been opeued.
Mittrailleu8e balls oxplodo.
BERLIN, August 22.-Tho Prussiat
havo occupied Loziercn.
*5LONDON, August 22.-A letter fro
Victoria to Eugenie, dated August li
relating to mediation, has been pul
Tho Prussiaus are surrounding Ve
Tho camp at Chalons has been abai
doued aud the troops there orderod alon
Tho plau of the Crown Princo seen
to bo to advance along tho valley <
lt is said that McMahon is performiu
a strategical movement, preliminary I
action, iu which Bazaiuo is oxpectcd I
support. Bazaine, at last, has boen sn]
plied with food and ammunition.
The Si?cle, to day, says it is ccrtai
that wc must accept a siege.
Two of Bismarck's s_>ns aro wouudei
Marshal McMahon's headquarters ai
FLORENCE, A.?gust 22.-The war a]
propriation of .?0,00i),00? livres was pas
ed by both Houses.
PARIS, August 22.-The destruction
tho Bois de Bologne commenced to-dn
Tho ramparts are fully armed and for
amply prepared. The entrance to tl
city can bo closed at any moment 1
draw-bridges. It is reported that i
strangers arc compelled to leave. Tl
Minister of tho Interior publishes a no
from tho Minister of War to tho elle
that haviug no communication from B
zaiuo for two days, ho thinks that B
zuiue'a plans havo uot yet succeede
Tho heroic conduct of our soldiers pc
mits hopes of success. The cnem*.
pickets have appeared at Dizier.
WASHINGTON, August 21.-Tho Ame;
eau Consul at Liverpool reports to t
State Department, that in consequon
of tho continued increase of yellt
fever iu liverpool, ho baa deemed it his
duty ter suspend tho issue of certificates
to billa of health for tho present. He
further states, that during the five days'
previous to August 6, over 160 coses
were received into the parish hospital,
which is full to overflowing. There are
210 cases more than there were a month
NEW YORK, August 21.-Tho cotton
movement this week is uniform, and iu
the line of receipts compare with several
weeks past, although tho exports are
largely below. The last week's rocoipts
from all ports aro 5,230 bales, against
5,517 bales last week, 5,740 balee for the
previous week, 0,012 bales for threo
weeks since. Total receipts since Sep?
tember 1st 2,894,223 bales, against)
2,121,710 bules for the corresponding
period of the previous year, showing an
increase of 772,531 bales iu favor of the
pressnt year. The exports to all the
ports ore 5,702 bales, against 1,109 bales
last week, and 3,052 bales for tho same
week last year. Total exports for tho
expired portion of the cotton year
2,164,330 bales, against 1,441,836 bales
last year. Stock at seaports 86,768
bales, agaiust 14,451 bales last year;
stocks at the interior towns 19,104 bales,
against 20,085 bales for the last week,
aud 718 bales this week; last year's stock
iu Liverpool 529,000 bales, against
228,000 bales last year; amount of
American cotton afloat for Great Britain
34,000 bales, against 28,000 bales last
year; amount of ludiau cotton afloat for
Europe 476,650 bales, against 772,660
bales last year. The cotton market at
this poiut improved during the week for
high grades, which are not in good
supply. Inferior grades remain dull.
Sales are ou ly effected at comparatively
low prices. For future cotton prices
are also higher aud uo disposition to
CHARLESTON*, August 22.-Arrived
steamship South Carolina, New York;
brig JP mes Crosby, Now York; schoo?
ners E. J. Palmer, Baltimore; D. F.
Keeling, Baltimore; lt. N. Hawkins,
WASHINGTON, August 22.-Tho Presi?
dent has issued a neutrality proclamation
between Fraucc aud Prussia.
NEW YOUR, August 22.-The managers
of rival roads hence West, confer to?
morrow at Saratoga. It is believed that
a plan has been already agreed upon
which will give a fair division of trade
to three roads, and lead to a gcuerul ad?
vance in rates.
NEW YORK, August 22.-A letter from
Santiago de Cuba states that Yalmasoda
arrived from Bayuruo with 2,000 mcu
and was attacked by the rebels, wheu he
lost 550 killed aud wounded, including
Colonel Camara de Mignel and many
other officers; his baggage, cannon, and
86,000 iu gold. Colonel Leno, com?
mander of the second expedition, lauded
by Geo. P. Upton, was killed by the
Spaniards, aud most of the command
were killed or captured aud shot. Col.
Liarauca lately attempted to forco his
way from Mun zo villa to Bayamo, wheu
he was repulsed with tho loss of 1,800
men and 14 cars of stores aud equipage.
Eighteen car loads of wounded returned
RALEIGH, August 22.-Judge Pearson
commenced the examination of wit?
nesses, to-day, when the court was ad?
Judge Brooks opeus court to-morrow,
when he will release some thirty prison?
Kirk and Berger will be present to
answer for contempt.
WASHINGTON, August 22.-The Minis?
ter of North Gerinauy, here, has a de?
spatch from Secretary von Shilo, nar?
rating that a flag of truce was tired upon
and the trumpeter wouuded. The de?
spatch says wo solemnly protest against
this violation of tho laws of nations.
Tho President's proclamation covers
ono column. It recites tho law bearing
on tho subject, and withdraws tho pro?
tection of tho United States from persons
PHILADELPHIA, August 22.- The Union
League National Committee met and
passed resolutions of sympathy with
PLYMOUTH, August 22.-A French
corvette captured a Prussian burk off this
port. Tho people gathered on tho bench
to witness the operation.
ZO TT Y
mriE "ARROW TIE" was invented and pa?
X tented by Mr. J. J. Mccomb, while a resi?
dent of New Orluans, previous to the late
war-?md sales of considerable (jual) li ty were
made here in 1SC1.
Since the war.it has br en gradually grow?
ing in favor in every section where cotton is
The manufacture and Male of (bat TIE is the
exercise on the part of McCOMB of an unim?
peachable proprietary righi.
For salo by all dealers iii Iron Ties and
country merchants Ronoraliy, under full gua
r au tee at thulowost market prices.
RODERT MURE ,t CO., General Agents.
Charleston, s. c.
CHAULES T., BARTLETT, Columbia, s. C., Gc
.?eral Traveling Aitctit for tho Carolinas.
.Lily 19 3 ino
MA NEAT COTTAGE, in tho central
part ol the city, with ten rooms-live in
basement and" ?VO up-stairs- and ne?
cessary out-buildings. Possession can bo
had on the first of October. Inquire at th.s
J. B. LasSALLE,
Railroad Contractor and Bridge Builder
COLU.1IIIIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
July IC ?tino
Good Stables and Ostlers ou tho prc
mises of EXOAUNGE HOUSE.
PIWATfCI?1. AND COMMERCIAL.
NETT Toiuv, August 22-Noon. J-Stocks
very strong. - Gold 15%. Money 8@5.
Exchauge-long 9%; short 10%. Bonds
12. Tounosseo'e, ex-ooupon, 62%; new
61; Virginia's, ex-ooupon, 63; now 64;
Louisiana's, old, 88; new 72; levee 6's
71; 8's 84; Alabama 8's 98; O's 70;
Georgia 6's 82; 7's 91%; North Carolina
6's, old, 52%; new 31; South Carolina
6's, old, 81; new 72%. Flour, corn and
wheat unchanged. Mess pork dall, at
28.50. Lard-steam 16^@16^. Cot?
ton firmer-uplands 20; Orleans 20*?;
sales 500 bales. Freights dull.
7 P. M.-Cotton lirm-sales 2,000
bales. Flour-State and Western quiet
and unchanged; Southern quiet; com
mou to fair extra 6.85; good to choice
6.50?6.75. Wheat rather more active
red aud amber Western 1.37?1.40. Coru
closed heavy and decliuing, nt 85?90.
Pork iirmer, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Lard un?
settled-kettle 17@17Whiskey lower,
at 95@96. Groceries dull aud steady.
Freights steadier. Sterling dull, nt 9%.
Gold 15??@15!?. Government's steady
aud unchanged-62's 12}?. Southern's
firmer but quiet.
BALTIMORE, August 22.-FJour and
barley active but weak. Wheat steady.
Whits corn email@example.com; yellow 90?1.02.
Pork quiet, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Shoulders
15}?@15%. Lard dull, at "
CINCINNATI, August 22.-Flour dull
-family email@example.com. Corn dull, at 65?
78. Whiskey 91)4. Pork 28.50. Bacon
steady-shoulders 14".?; clear sides 17%.
LOUISVILLE, August 22.-Bagging!
Arm, at 29J.;@30. Flour quiet, at 7.75. 1
Lard 16,',<. Whiskey 92?93. Com 85?
95. Pork 29.00. Shoulders 14j?; clear
S?. Louis, August 22.-Hemp and
bugging steady. Flour unchanged.
Coru dull-mixed 65?66. Whiskey 84.
Pork29.00. Shoulders 14%@,14'?; clear|
sides 18>4@18)^. Lard nominal.
GALVESTON, August 22.-Cotton dull
ordinary 15(3,15i.<; receipts 10 bales;
NEW ORLEANS, August 22.-Flour
firstname.lastname@example.org. Mixed corn 80; whito 90.
Pork 31.50. Bacon lS^fBlOK- Lard
-tierce 17 ? J ; keg 1S%. Sugar 13. Mo
hisses 50@75. Coffeo 17,'.,@17,J.i. Mid?
dling cotton 17J??@?7%; sales 45U bales;
MOUILE, August 22.-Cotton uu
chauged-middling 17J...'; receipts 77;
SAVANNAH, August 22.-Middling cot
tou 17J.C; sales aud receipts 186; stock
CHARLESTON, August 22.-Cotton steady
-upland? 17^?@?7%; sales 50 bales;
receipts 165; stock 1,125.
AUUUSTA, August 22.-Cotton ad?
vancing-sales 100 bales; receipts 31;
LONDON, August 22-Noou.-Consols
91J6. Bonds 89.
LIVERPOOL, August 22-3 P. M.-Cot?
ton buoyant-uplands OJ?(?fJ} j; Orleaus
LIVEHI'OOL, August 22-Evening.
Cotton bnoyaut-uplands 8',; Orleans
8.nM'; sales 15,000 bales.
OP thc Executive Couiruitteo of tho Union
Ku form Party is over the Saving? Bank.
All persons friendly to the cause, will havo
access to the ro m "at any time of the day,
wher they can seo thc papers, and get tho
news, Ofrico hours from from 0 to ll a. i
and from 5 to t? p. m. E. \V. SEIBELS,
July 28 Sec. amt Treas. Ex. Com.
UNNATURALLY Red Noses, Itchcroue
Eruptions, unsightly Pisquamations,
Erysipelas, Barbers' Itch", Sun Burn, Tan,
Tetter, and all disagreeable forms of Skin dis?
ease effectually cured bv " 1IEINITSHT
CRIMSON TETTER WASH." For sale by
E. H. UEINITSH, Druggist and Chemist.
THE undersigned respectfully informs hi
friends and tho public that he baa assum?
ed tho management, of the business of the
lirm of JOHN E. CLINE A Co. All sots ol
Books, Accounts, or other doctnnonts entrust?
ed to his ct.ro will roceivo the strictest atten?
tion. OHico under Court Room. Business
houri- from 10 to 5. FRANCIS A. GREY.
Aug 20_il mo
The Georgia Gin.
THE most universally and deservedly popu?
lar GIN in use. Everybody who knows it,
buys it, and those who "buy it, aro alway*
pleased with it. It claims no needles, no con?
densers, no steel brush, but simply to bc tin
best Gin in use, ovcrythmg considered.
Prices moderate; quality alwavs guaranteed.
LORRICK J-. LOWRANCE,
July 17 2mo_Af-cnts, Columbia.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
having returned to Carolina, will prac?
tice Law in Richland, Edgcfield, Lexington
and Barnwell, Will give prompt attention to
all Law business entrusted to his care, and
will negotiate sales of Real Estate on com?
mission. Oftico No. 2, Law Range, Columbia,
S. C. July 27 Imo
?n^Edsefield Advertiser copy ono month.
Grand Clearing Out Sale
To make Room for New Stock,
At C. V . .IA Cit SOWS
HAVING assumed the administration of the
estate of the late John Caldwell, under
his will appointing us as Ilia executors, all per?
sons having demands against tho testator will
present them nt once, duly proven, to our at?
torneys, Messrs. Carroll A Melton, Columbia,
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
the testator will make payment, without de
lav, to the undersigned.
T. J. ROBERTSON, i Qualified
O. A. CALDWELL, i Executors.
W. J. HOKE
HAS just received, and open?
ed a large stock of SPRING
COLLARS, TIES, Ac,
Which he proposes to soil on the most reason?
able terms. Call and examine for yourselves.
April 10 t
THREE mont,IIB from date, application will
bo made to tho Columbia bridge Compa?
ny for renewal of 8crip No* ua-li, for forty
seven and a half Shares in said Company,
81anding in the name of Dr. Thomas Welle
tho original having been lost in transmission
by mail. 0. H. BALDWIN, Attorney.
For Bale Very Low,
MA COMFORTABLE BOUSE, containing
sevon rooms, with one-quarter ?ero of
lot attached; if preferred, a one-half
acre. Thore is a Rood Kitobon with two
rooms, and a splondid well of water on the
Two one-quarter aero LOTS. Possession
givon immediately. Tornis low and liberal.
Inquire at thia Ofrico. _Aug ll 16*
GENUINE DURHAM SMOKING TOBAC?
CO, direct from the ?actory, tho great
Dalby Ruff Smoking Tobacco, the Sunnyside
Fiuo-Cut Chewing Tobacco-tho best iii tho
country-Mollers' Fig Chowing Tobacco, very
fine, just rocoived.
A full assortment of choteo WINES and LI?
QUORS always on hand.
JOHN C. SEEGERS,
Main street, near the Post OQice, and Main
street, near PIKKNIX Oflico. July 20
City !Machine Works,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
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June 1 TSAACSULZRACHER'S.
Fall and Winter Importation 1870.
Millinery and Straw Goods
ARMSTRONG*,*CATOR & CO.,
IMPORTERS and JORBER!
.X?KV of Bonnet, Trimming aud Volvo
>?<?SKK^ KIUBONB, BONNET SILKS
rJ??SKEa Satins and Velvets, Blonds
vaKSB?? Nels, Crapes, Ruches, Flowers
jf^^S?paT Feathers, Ornaments, Btrin
.HTPSJ??!& Bonnets and Ladica* Hats, trnn
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Offer the largest Stock to bo found in thi
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Orders solicited, and prompt attenlio
given._Aug 0 12
University of Virginia.
THE Session of this lnstitulio
z^nSk commences annually on the fm
cwI?Sllll-v OCTOBER, and continuel
^tjjwES wit bout interruption, till th
jjXrjjpr Thurbday preceding the ith (
Tho organization of tho Institntiou is vcr
complete, emliraciug extensivo and thoroug
courses of instruction in Literature an
Science, and iii tho professions of Law, Med
cine and Engineering.
The expenses of tho Academic or Law Stt
dent, exclusive of the cost of Toxt-Books an
clothing, and pocket money, amount to aboi
.fill") per session of nine months; and of th
Engineering or Medical Student to aboi
$303, of which sums, respectively, ?220 t
?250 is payable on admission, and thc balam
in the progress of thc session.
For details send for catalogue V. O. ''Un
varsity of Virginia." S. MAUPIN,
July 3(1 3(> Chairman of tho Faculty.
University ol South Carolina,
COLUMBIA, S. C., August C, 1870.
THE next, tho sixty-fourth Ai
/ftimW nual Sessiou of this lnstitulio
Jx?S?fewill open on MONDAY, October
HMIPK?11S70, and continue, without inte
jSl|??rmiHHiou, to tho ensuing July.
^??r Tho advantage of a coin pie
education is ottered at this Institution
Students in Law, (thc graduatos being cnt
Hod to practico in tho Cnnrts of tho State;)
Medicine, (tho course of instruction being e
? tensive and thorough, with two written c
animations during thc sossion;) in Enginoe
mg, Mathematics, Mental, Moral and Politic
Philosophy, History, Rhotoric, English Lit
rature, Ancient and Modern Languages,ai
in tho Scientific Schools.
Exponaos, i. e., for University Fees ai
Board, for session of nine months, are:
For Student in Academic Schools, about $2C
For St udent in Law, or Medicino, about S2t
State Students aro received from the sov
ral Counties, upon tho rocomindation of thc
Representativos and the appointment of t!
Governor. R. W. BARNWELL,
Aug (! 2ino Chairman of the Faculty.
Ki'fl Session begins Sc}>tcmber 7, 187U.
#THIS Institution has a full cor
of Instructors, a thorough Oom
of Studies, and aims at a Hi
Grade of Scholarship. Its super:
educational advantages, moder:
expenses, healthy location, a
excellent mail, traveling and tolcgrapl
facilities, render it well worthy the attcntl
and patronage of the South.
Tho location of the OollogO, in such a ri
farming region us the Roanoke Valley, el
hies tho Faculty to OFFER THUMS SUITAliLi:
TitK CONDITION i)f tho country.
Entire expenses for Session of ten monti
This estimate includes Hoard and Tnit'n
embracing Modern Languages. A slight i
vance on Ibo abovo for students boarding
The Session is divided into two terms,
liv?' month* each.
First Term begins September 7, 1870.
Second Terni begins February 1, 1871.
Students may niter at any time. Th<
taking the icglllar cotirso should by
means be present at the opening of thc s
sion. Students may take a select or busim
course as they prefer.
Every branch necessary to a finished ci
cation is taught in the College.
Tho Institution is ina flourishing con
tion, holds a high place in tho estimation
thoso who have tested its merits, is rapi
rising in public favor, and numbers ann:
lier students representatives from nen
every Southern State.
For furl her particulars. Catalogues, ?
address REV. D. F. BITTLE, D. D,,
Pr?sident of tho College
For circulars, etc., apply at Duifio A till
nian'.i Bookstore Aug 2 iT2m
Smokists get tho best imported Cig;
nt EXCHANGE HOUSE.
Furniture, L^?ol^n^^Ol^asl?e^ Crockery, Rope,
BY D. C. PE1X0TT0 & SON.
THIS MORNING, (Tuesday, 23d instant,) at
half-past 0 o'clock, in front of our Auction
Room, wo will noll, without reservo,
1 Fine French REDSTEAD.
Iron Bedsteads, Chairs, Tables, Tier Table,
Musquito Bars, Toilet Olaeses,
Tumblers and Crockery.
G Coils ?-inch Bagging ROPE.
3 No. 1 MILCH COWS, with young CalveB.
Conditions cash. Sale positivo. Aug 23
BY virtue of sundry executions to me di?
rected, I will sell, on the FIRST MON?
DAY AND TUESDAY in September next, in
front of tho Court House in Columbia, within
tho legal hours, tho following property, viz:
18 MULES and 150 Head of CATTLE, lovied
on as tho property of Thomas Davis, at the
respectivo snits x>f Jesse G. Lykos, Adminis?
trator, Simeon Rawl, Andrew Patterson, As-,
eignoe, and the city of Columbia vs. Thomas
Davis. Terms cash. P. F. FRAZEE,
August 23 mth 8. R. O. ?
Kina Ohill Oure.
Kew Remedy, Kew 1'rinciple, Ko Poisori.
ANEW discovery and a sovereign specific,
for tho eurool Intermittent Fever, Remit?
tent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Periodical
Headache or Bilious Headache and Bilious Fe?
vers; and all diseases originating in Biliary
Derangement or Liver Disorder, caused by
Impurity of Blood and Malaria of miasmatic
For salo by E. H. HEINITSH, Druggist,
Columbia, S. C.
Dr. E. II. Heinitsh-DBAB Sin: I cheerfully
endorse tho recommendation given for ,your
"Rina Chill Cure," in'cases of Chills and
Fever. I have been cured by your medicine
when every other 1 tried- failed. Yours truly,
S. L. SLOANE.
Dr. E. H. Heinitsh-DEAB Sin: l'our "Kina
Chill Cure" has doue all you promised it would
do in my caso. A radical euro for Chill, and
Fever. Tho chills are gone. A general resto?
ration of my health is the result of only, one
bottle. My doubts have all been removed in
regard to tho efficacy of your medicine. I *
havo tried it, therefore I can endorse the
statements of others, that it is tho best medi?
cine out. Yours, Ac, W. K. ELKINS.
Dr. E. U. Heinitsh-DEAn Si?: I certify to
the medicinal virtues of your "Kina Chill
Curo." A member of my family bas beou af?
flicted with Chills and Fever for several
months, and nothing cured it but your invalu?
able Chill Cure-only ono bottle used. Yours,
Ac, J. H. DISEKER.
Dr. E. H. Heinitsh-DEAU Sm: I have had
Chills and Fever for some timo. At your sug?
gestion I tried your new medicine, "Kina
Chill Cure." I am completely cured, and UBed
onlv ono bottle Yours, respectfully,
Jiuio 1> j_J. N. DRENNAN.
DE. J. BRADFIELD'S
..WOMAN'S BEST FRIEND,"
WILL bring on the Menses when thoy have
not been established, also when they
havo been su?jpressed jrom unnatural causes.
Will cure Rheumatism and Neuralgia ot the
hack and worub. Wilt cure Painful Menstrua
/l'on, and relieve tho hoad, back and loins of
thoso distressing pains and aches. Will check
Menorrhagia, or "excessive floto." Will cure
" Whites." and falling of the womb, when it is
tho result of relaxation or bad health.
It is as sure a euro in all the above diseases
as Quiuiuo is in Chills and Fever.
Ladies can cure themselves of all tho abovo
diseases without revealing their complaints to
any person, which is always mortifying to their
undo and modesty.
lt is recommended and used by tho best
physicians in their private practice.
For a history of tito abovo discases, ccrtifi
cates of its wonderful cures and directions,
the reader is referred to tho wrapper around
tho bottle. Manufactured and sold by
BRADFIELD A CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Sold by all Druggists. Trico $1.50.
TusKEOKE, ALA., Novembor 21,18C9.
Mr. IJ. H. Bradfield-Sn: Please forward
us, immediately, another supply of Bradfiold'a
Female Regulator. We lind it to be all that is
claimed for it, and wo havo witnessed the most
decided and happv effect B produced by it. Very
respectfully, HUNTER A ALEXANDER.
ATLANTA. GA.. December 29,1868.
Dr. J. Bradfield-DKAH SIB: I take pleasure
in slating that sometime provious to tho lato
war, I used, with utmost success, on a servant
girl, your Female Regulator, prepared then at
Bradfiold'a Drug Store, West Point, Ga. She
had been suffering severely from suppressed
menstruation, and this medicine restored her
tn health. She ia, to-day, living in Atlanta,
sound and well.
I will stato further, that I know of its being
used, with equal success, in other cases. I do
not hesitate to endorso your preparation for
tho purposo for which you recommniond it.
Yours truly, JOHN C. WHITNER.
LAGBANOE, GA.. March 23, 1870.
Bradfield & Co., Atlanta-DEAR 8ms: I take
pleasure in staling that I have used, for the
last twenty years, tho medicino you aro put?
ting un. known as Dr. J. Bradfield's Female
Regulator, and consider it tho best combina?
tion ever gotton together for tho diseases for
which it is recommended. I bavo been fa?
miliar with the prescription both as a practi?
tioner ot medicino and in dornest ic practico,
and can honestly say that I consider it a boon
to sintering females, and can but hopo that
every lady in our wbolo land, who may bo suf?
fering in any way peculiar to their sex, may
bc able to procure a bottle, that their Buffer?
ings may bo not only rolievcd, but that they
may bo rostered to health and strength.
With HIV kindest regards, i am respectfully,
W. B. FERRELL. M. D.
ATLANTA. GA , March 12, 1870.
I have oxamined tho recipe of Bradfield's
Female Regulator, and from my knowledgo of
the ingredients, bolievo it a most cxcollent
Mediciue, and well suited to that class of dis?
eases designated. I havo no hesitation in ad?
vising its use, and confidently recommend it
lo tho public. JOEL BRANHAM, M. D.
NEA? MAUILTTA, OA., March 21, 1870.
Messrs. William Root cfc ?son-GENTLEMEN:
Some months ago I bought a bottlo of Brad?
field's Female Regulator from you, and have
used it in my family with the utmost satisfac?
tion, and have recommended it to th reo other
families, and they have found it just what it is
recommended. The females who havo used
your Regulator aro now in perfect health, and
art- nhl.: to attend to their household duties,
and wo cordially recommend it to tho pub}!;.
Yours respect fully, REV. H. B. JOHNSON.
NEAB MAHIKTTA, GA., March 21, 1870.
Messrs. William Root A Son: Abont'one year
ago I bought a bottlo of Bradfield's Fcnialo
Regulator from you, for ono of my daughters,
who had been suffering with " suppressed
mensos tor sumo time. I have had several
Physicians attending, but mot with no success
until 1 was persuaded to buy a bottle of tho
Regulator, und it is the very thing for which
it is recommended. She is now in perfect
health. 1 hope al! suffering reinales will, at
least, try one bottlo, and have health again.
Yours respectfully, D. DOBBINS.
We could add a thousand other certificates;
but wo consider thc above amply sufficient
proof of its virtue. All wo ask is a trial.
W II; Torr, of Augusta, Ga., and Down: A
MOISE,of Charleston, 8. C., Wholesale Agents.
Price il 50 uer bottle. For sale hy GEIGER
& MCGREGOR,E. H. HEINITHU.O. H.MIOT,
Columbia, S. C. BRADFIELD Si CO.,
April 23 ? Whitehall street, Atlanta. Ga.
FinestWiues, Aloa ?md Liquors, so say
connoisseurs, at EXCHANGE HOUSE.