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"Let our Just Censure
BY J. A. SELBY
CO LUM Bi A. S C.. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1870
/.tfemd the True Event."
VOL. VI-NO. 135
A correspondent of an English paper,,
advocating the protection of the orow,
states that, having shot crows in a corni'
field, he opened their stomachs, expect?
ing to find them fall of wheat. On the
contrary, he discovered that they con?
tained a largo number of caterpillars,
whoso ravages upon the crop were quite
evident. Before farmerR becomo per?
fectly ruthless in their destruction of
birds round their farms, it might be well
for them to repeat this experiment, and
ascertain which are their friends nud
which their enemies.
SUAJRLET FKVEB.-An eminent physi?
cian robs scarlet fever of macy of its
terrors, by prescribing for the patient,
warm lemonade with a little mucilage, ns
often us is desired, aud tho application
of warmth to the stomach, renewing it
os often as it cools. Nothing else but
the lemon is to bo given. With this
treatment, he guarantees that not ono in
a huudred cases will provo fatal. Cider
alone has been known to euro moro than
one obstinate case. A vegetable acid
appears to bo n sp?cifie iu colds and
CHOLERA I-Tho following lotter is from
Mr. Woodward, of St. Louis, to J. N. Harris,
Esq., of New London. Conn. Mr. W. is a gen?
tleman of high respectability, and during tho
provalonce of tho cholera in St. Louis,
watched the result of tho application of thc
Fain Killer for this disease, and his testimony
oan be robed upon with tho utmost confidenco:
DEAR Sin: You recollect when I saw you in
January last, my expressing to you my most
sanguine expectations that Davis' FAIN
KILLER would havo a tremendous sale in the
Wost thin season, and my anticipations have
boen moro than realizod, and tho testimony
of thousands who have used it bas been that
they would not bo willing to go to bed at night
without it in tho house.
On the appoaranco of tho cholera in this
city, such was the confidence in thc Fain
Killer as a rcmody, that many who purchased
it remarked to mo that they had no foars or
dread of tho cholera, as long as they had tho
Fain Eiller by them, and hundreds took it
daily as a provontativo, for no person can
have a derangement of tho bowels or diar?
rhoea, if they uso this medicin?. This was
tho security and confidenco of hundreds
acquainted with it, and when their friends
woro attacked with tho Cholera, they would
administer tho rcmody in largo quantities,
and in every case when it has been taken in
any of the first stages of this disease, it bas
I consider it an infallible remedy. I havo
not beard'of any individual in any family who
used tho Pain Killer when attacked, but
Tho clerk informed mo that ho administer?
ed it to persons when cold or in tho cramps,
and it gavo immediato relief, but still it
should bo given quickly, for whon tho dis?
cbarge of ''rico water" has begun, tho hope
of life has fled. Should this disease make its
appoaranco among you, as in all probability it
will, bo not alarmed; you and alf others there
have tko remedy, and I am confident if tho
Pain Killer is used, not a singlo death by cho?
lera will occur in your citv. Respectfully
yours, A. T. WOODWARD.
JUT The Pain Killer is sold by all dealers in
Family Medicines. Aug 2 i||lmo
WEDLOCK-THE BASIS OF CIVIL.
SOCIETY-Essays for Young Men, on tho
bonor and happiness of Marriage, and the
evils and dangers of Celibacy-with sanitary
help for the attainment of man's true position
in life. Sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad
rlrnna WO WARD ASSOCIATION, BoxP, Phil?
adelphia, Pa. May 25 3ruo
South Carolina Sank and Trust Co.,
(In Building formerly occupied by Carolina
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE all issues of
GOVERNMENT BONDS, at current market
ratoB, also COIN and COUPONS, and execute
orders for the purchase and salo of Gold, and
all first-class securities, on commission.
ISSUE CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, pay?
able on demand, or at fixed date, bearing
interest, and available in all parts of tho
ADVANCES made to our dealers, on ap?
proved collaterals, at mai ket rates of interest.
COLLECTIONS made overywbore in the j
United States, Canada and Europe, and Ex?
change bought and sold.
Dividends and Coupons collected.
HARDY SOLOMON, President.
J. C. ROATH, Cashier. Juno 29 Brno
TO encourage tho consumption of tho genu?
ine unadulterated CALIFORNIA CHAM?
PAGNES, we have reduced tho prices of tho
same to the following low prices for cash only,
Quarts, per Case of 1 Dozen, $13.00.
Pints, per Case of 2 Dozen, 14.U?.
Sparkling Angelica, per caso of 2
Dozon, Pints, 14 00.
Sparkling Catawba, per case of 2
Dozen, Pints, U 00.
Together wi th.a full assortment of Choice
Rye Whiskies, Genuine Otard Brandies, Old
Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines, Holland Gin,
Rum, and Rectified Liquors, which are con?
stantly on hand and for sale at low figures, by
July 0_J. & T. R. At)NEW.
BY REESE & THOMPSON.
THE undersigned would respectfully inform
tho citizens of Columbia aud vicinity that
they have opened a SHAVING SALOON, on
Plain street, opposite Dr. Fair's, where they
guarantee satisfaction in overv respect.
July 20_JAMES THOMPSON.
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
THESE GINS, so well known throughout
tho South, need no cominont. In stylo of
workmanship, and for efficiency of work,
their turn-out, with tho same" amount of
power, is unequaled.
TOZER & MCDOUGALL, Agents,
August 2_Columbia. S. C.
5BBLS. NEW FLOUR.
10 sacks do All of wheat of this
harvest, for sale low, by
July 3_LO BRICK & LO WR A NOE.
Guns and Ammunition.
JUST received bv William Glazo, fine Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, fiue Eng?
lish Powder, tn Canisters, Shot and Caps, of all
lind. One door North of Messrs. Scott, Wil?
liams A Co.'s Banking House._Deo lf>
New Family Flour.
1 er f\ BBLS. Now and Choico Family
XOU FLOUR for Bale low by
Aug 10_EDWARD HOPE.
Finest Wines, Ales and Liquors, so say
co inois8eur8, at EXCHANGE HOUSE.
CODE OF PROOEDURE-Continued.
SEC. 383. Upon hearing tho appeal,
tho Appellate Court shall give judgment
according to the justice of the case, with?
out regard to technical errors aud de?
fects which do not affect tho merits. lu
giving judgment, tho eourt may aflirm
or roverso tho judgment of the court be?
low, in wholo or in part, aud ns to any
or all the parties, and for errors of law
or fact. If tho appeal is founded ou un
error in fact in tho proceedings, not af?
fecting tho merits of tho actiou, and not
within tho knowledge of thu Trial Jus?
tice, tho court may determino the al?
leged error in faet?n affidavits, aud may,
in its discretion, inquire into and de?
termino tho same upon examination ol
thc witnesses. If tho defendant failed
to appear before tho Trial Justice, and
it is Bhowu by tho affidavits sorvod by
tho apiicllant, or othorwise, that mani?
fest injustice has been done, and he
satisfactorily excuses his default, thc
court may, in its discretion, 6et asido 01
suspend judgment, and order a new
trial beforo tho samo or any other Trial
Justice in thc same County, at such time
and place and on such terms as the courl
moy deem proper. Where a new tria
shall be ordered beforo n Trial Justice,
the parties must appear beforo him ac
cording to tho order of tho court, nut
the same proceedings must thercupoi
bo had in tho action as on tho return o
a summons personally served. If th?
appeal shall be from a judgment in wind
a now trial may bo had, as in this chap
ter provided, thc court shall proceed tt
the hearing of tho cause, if the isstn
joiued before the Trial Justice was nt
issue of law, or to tho trial thereof b]
jury, if such issue wits upon a questioi
1. If the issue, joined before the Tria
Jostico was an issue of law, tho cour
shall render judgment thereon accordin(
to the law of tho case; and if such judg
ment be against tho pleadings of eithe
party, amendment of such pleading ma;
be allowed on tho came terms, and ii
like eaBO as pleadings in actions in th
Circuit Court, and tho court may there
upon require the opposite party to ac
swer such amended pleading, or joi
issue thereon, aa tho case may require
2. If, upon an appeal in an issue c
law, the court should adjudge the pleac
ing complained of to be valid, it shal
in liko mau ncr, require tho opposit
party summarily to answer such plcadin
or join issue thereon, as the case ma
3. Upon an issue of fact being J
joined, tho non rt. nbnU proceed to hoi
the samo tried by a jury in tho sam
manner as issues joined in tho Circu
4. Every issue of facts so joined, e
brought upon an appeal shall bo trie
in tho same manner as in actions con
menced in tho Circuit Court.
5. The Court shall have thc san:
power over its own determinations, an
tho verdict of the jury, and shall renth
judgment thereon in tho same manner i
tho Circuit Court in actions pondie
therein, and may allow either pnrty I
amend his pleadings upon such terms i
shall be just in cases where a new tri
may be had, as in this chapter provide?
anti in any such appeal on which a ne
trial is to be had, either party may
any time beforo trial, sorve upon the o
p?sito party an offer in writing to alic
judgment to be taken against him fi
the sum or property, or to tho effect
such offer specified, and with or witho
costs, as said offer shall specify. If tl
party receiving such offer accept tl
same and givo notico thereof in writii
within ten days, ho may file and roto;
the offer with an affidavit of service
notice of acceptance thereof, and tl
Clerk shall thereupon enter judgmc
according to said offer. And if tho par
making such offer shull have given i
undertaking upon tho appeal, the parti
executing such undertaking shall bel:
ble thereon for the payment of tho jud
ment entered by virtue of said offer,
the notice ol' acceptance be not, give
the oller is to be deemed withdrawn a
cannot be given in evidence. And,
the party to whom such offer is ina
fail to obtain a judgment moro favoral
to him than that specified in said o IT
then he shall not recover costs, but un
pay the other party's costs from the di
of the service of the offer.
G. Either party may move for a n
trial in said court on acuse or exeepti<
or othorwise, ami snob motion may
made beforo or after judgment has be
entered; and tho provisions of this J
in relation to the proceedings on rece
ing the verdict of a jury, exceptions
the docisions of the court, making ii
settliug case aiul exceptions, motio
for now trialH, and making up tho jut
ment-roll iu the Circuit Court, aro ht
by made applicable to all appeals broui
up for trial, as in this chapter provid
SEC. 384. To every judgment upon
appeal thero shall bo annexed tho roti
on which it was heard, tho notico of
peal with any offer, verdict, decision
tho court, exceptions, cuso, and all orel
and papers iu any way involving
merits and necessarily affecting thc ju
mont, which shall be filed with tho Cl
of tho Court, and shall constitute
SEC. 385. If tho judgment be affire
costs shall be awarded to tho respond?
If it be reversed, costs shall bo awai
to tho appellant. If it be affirmed
part, the costs or such part as to
I Court Bhn.Il seem just, may be awarded
i to either party.
SEC. 380. If the judgment bolow, or
any part thereof, bo paid or collected,
and the judgment be afterwords reversed,
tho Appellate Court shall order tho
amount paid or collected to be restored
with interest from the time of such pay?
ment or collection. The order may be
obtained on proof of tho facts roado at
or after tho hearing, upon a previous
notice of six days; and if the order shall
be made before tho judgment is eutered
the amount may be included in the judg?
SEO. 387. If, upon au appeal, a reco?
very bo hud by one party, and costs be
awarded to tho other, the appellate court
shall set off the one ngaiust tho other,
and render judgment for tho balance.
SEC. 3S8. Costs shall be allowed to the
prevailing party, iu judgmeuts rendered
on appeal, iu all cases, with the follow?
ing exceptions and limitations: lu tho
notico of appeal, the appellant shall state
in what particular or particulars be
claims tho judgment should havo been
moro favorable to him. If he claims
that the amount of judgment is less
fnvorablo to him thau it should have
been, he shall state what should have
been its amount. Within ?ftecu days
after tho service of the notice of appoal,
thc respoudeut may serve upou tho
appellant and Trial Justice au offer, in
writing, to allow the judgment to bc
corrected in any of tho particulars men?
tioned in tho notice of appeal. The
appellant may, thereupon, and within
j five days thereafter, file with the. Trial
I Justice a written acceptance of snell
? offer, who shall thereupon make a ini
I mite thereof in his docket, and eorreel
such judgment accordingly, aud thc
j same, .so corrected, shall stand as bit
judgment and bo enforced accordingly
and nuy ex?cution which has beeu issuec
upon tho judgmeut appealed from shal
bo amended by tho Trial Justice to cor
respoud with tho amended judgmeut
aud no undertaking given to stay exe
cution shall be enforced for more thai
tho amount of the corrected judgment
If such offer bo not made, and tho judg
tnent in tho Appellate Court be mon
favorable to the appellant than the judg
meut in tho Court below, or if sucl
offer bo made and not accepted, and th
judgment iu the Appellate Court b
moro favorable to the appellant than th
offer of thu respondent, the appellan
shall recover costs: Provided, however
That tho apoelhuit shall not recove
costs uuless the judgment appeale
shall be reversed on such appeal, or b
mada more favorablo to him, to th
amount of at least ten dollars. If th
offer bc made, aud accepted by tb
appellant, tho appellant shall recover a
his disbursements on appeal, and all hi
costs in tho Court below. But th
appellant shall not recover costs, excer.
os provided in this chapter. Tho rt
spondent shall be entitled to recove
costs where the appellant is not. Whee
ever costs are awarded to the appellan
ho sholl bo allowed to tax as part therec
the costs and fees paid to the Trial Ju:
tice, on making the appeal, as disbursi
meuts, in addition to the costs in th
Appellate Court; and when the judgmer
iu the suit before the Court below wi
against such appellant, he shall furthe
be allowed to tax tho costs incurred h
him which ho would have been entitle
to recover in caso tho judgment belo
has boen rendered in his favor. I
upou au appeal, a recovery for any del
or damages bo had by one party, an
costs be awarded to tho other party, tl
Court shall set off such costs again
such debt or damages, and render judi
ment for the balaucc. Tho followii
fees and costs, and no other, except fe
of offices, disbursements aud wituesse
fees, shall bo allowed, on appeal, to tl
party entitled to costs, as here
provided, when the now trial
in the Circurt Court: For procce
iugs before notice of trial, fi
dollars; for all subsequent proceeding
before trial, three dollars; for trial of;
issue of law, live dollars; for every tri
of au issue of fact, seven dollars; for n
gu mont of a motion for a new trial on
case or a bill of exceptions, live do!hu
in nil cases to either party for every ter
uot c-xceediug live, at which tho nppt
is necessarily on the calendar, mid is n
tried or is not postponed by the Com
live dollars. lu other appeals the co:
shall be as follows: To tho appellant <
reversal, seven dollars; to tho rcs pou
ont on the aft!rmanee, seven dollars,
tho judgment appealed from be revers
in part nud allirmed as to the resid?
tho amount of costs allowed to eitl:
party shall be such sum as the appelh
Court may award, not exceeding i)
dollars. If tho appeal bo dismissed 1
want of prosecution, as provided bj' s
tion three hundred and eighty-one,
costs shall be allowed to either part}',
overy appeal the Court below bef<
whom the judgmeut appealed from v
rendered, shall receive ono dollar for
return. If tho judgment be reversed
an error of fact in tho proceedings, i
uffeoting the merits, costs shall be
tho discretion of thu Court. If, in
notico of appeal, the appellant shall I
state in what particticutar or particul
ho claims tho judgment should have bi
moro favorable to him, he shall not
entitled to oosts unless tho judgment
pealed from shall bo wholly reversed.
... TITLE XII.
OF THE MISCELLANEOUS I'ltOCEEDIN'GS
CIVIL ACTIONS AND GENERAL PROVISIONS.
CHAPTER 1. Submitting n controversy
CHAP. II. Proceedings against joint
dobtors, heirs, legatees, devises, and
tenants, holding under a judgment deb?
CHAP. III. Confession of a judgment
CHAP. IV. Offers of the defendant to
compromise the whole or n part of tho
CHAP. V. Admissiou or inspection of
CHAP. VI. Examination of parties.
CHAP. VII. Examination of witnesses.
CHAP. VIII. Motions and orders.
CHAP. IX. Eutitliug affidavits.
CHAI'. X. Computation of time.
CHAP. XI. Notices, and filing and ser
vico of papers.
CHAP. XII. Duties of Sheriffs and
CHAI*. XIII. Accountability of Guar?
CHAP. XIV. Powers of Referees.
CHAP. XV. Miscellaneous provis?
SUBMITTING A CONTROVERSY 'WITHOUT AC?
SECTION 389. Controversy, how sub?
mitted without action.
SEC. 300. Judgmeut, how enforced.
SEC. 301. Judgment, bow enforced or
SEC. 380. Parties to a question in
difference, which might bo tho subject
of a civil nctiou, may, without action,
agree upon a caso containing thc facts
upou which the coutroversj- depends,
and preseut a submission of tho same to
any court which would havo jurisdiction
if any action had beeu brought. But it
must appear by affidavit that the coutro
i veray is real aud tho proceeding iu good
I faith, to determine the rights of the par?
ties. Tho Court shall thereupon deter
; mine the case, and render judgment
thereon, as if au uctiou were depend?
SEC. 300. Judgment shull be entered
in the judgment-book, as in other cases,
but without costs for any proceeding
prior to notice of trial. Tho caso, tho
submission, aud a copy of tho judgment
shall constitute the judgment roll.
SEC. 301. Tho judgment may bo en?
forced in tho same manner as if it had
been rendered in an uctiou, and shall bc
subject to appeal in like manner.
PimcnEOTN-G? AGAINST JOINT I>EBTOBS,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, LEGATEES AND TEN?
ANTS, HOLDING UNDEIt A JUDGMENT
SECTION 392. Parties, not summoned
in action on joint contract, may bo sum?
moned after judgment.
SEC. 393. If judgmeut debtor die, bis
representative may be summoned.
SEC. 394. Form of summons.
SEC. 395. Summons to bo accompanied
by affidavit of amount due.
SEO. 39G. Party summoned may an?
swer and defend.
SEC. 397. Subsequent pleadings and
proceedings tho same as in an action.
SEC. 398. Answer and reply to bo
I verified as in an action.
[CONTINUED IN OUR NEXT.")
CITIZENS* SAVINGS BANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received
INTERES T A LLD WEI) A T THE RA TE O I
SEVEN PEU VENT. PER ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICA 'J h'S OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIX PEU CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIX
MONTHS ON A CCO UXTS.
Wm. Martin, President.
JT?i,n o' ??????: } Vice-Presidente.
Jnhn P. 1 ho Ol as, J
Thomas E. Gregg, Cashier.
John c. E. Smith, Assistant Cashier.
Wade Bampton, Columbia.
William Martin, Columbia.
P. W. MoMaster, Columbia
A. C. Haskel), Columbia.
J. 1*. Thomas, Columbia.
E. H. Heiuitsh, Columbia.
John li. 1'aitiicr, Columbia.
Thoma* E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. i.li Gregg. .Marion.
G. T. Scott,Newberry.
VV. G. Maven, Newberry.
P.. H. Until -Ixe, Charleston.
hallie! Ila vt incl, Jr.. Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or
pliant* SIM! others may here depot-it their sav?
ions and draw H litieral rate of interest there?
on. Plumers, Professional Men and Trustees
wishing to draw i n teres I on their Minds until
they require them for business or other pur?
poses: Parents desiring to set apart small
sums for their children, and Married Women
and Minors (whose deposits can only bc with?
drawn by themselves, or, in caso of death, hy
their legal representatives,) wishing to lay
aside funds for future use. aro herc afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
where they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
the same time, be subject to withdrawal wheD
needed. AUK 18
m HE CHRISTMAS GUEST, by Mrs. South
The Court and Times of Queen Elizabeth,
by Miss Aiken, $2 25.
* Tho Caged Lion; a Novel, bv Miss Yonge,
Hammerand Auvil, Spielhagens' last and
host novel, $2.00.
Memoir of Dr. Scudder, 8G years Missionary
Prince of Wales' Travola in Egypt, Con?
stantinople anel the East, $1.50.
Tho Vicar of Rullhampton, hy Trollope,
$1.25, and other now Books for sale at
BRYAN ii McCARTER'S Bookstore.
ESTABLISHED IX COLUMBIA, S. C., 1819.
Old and Wealthy Companies
AGGREGATE CAPITAL OVER
2Btnal?ire Insurance Company
OF HABTFOBD, CONN.
Charterod 1319-Charter Perpetual.
Imperial Fire Insurance Co. of London,
ASSETS SK.OOO.OOO VS GOLD.
jeyThis Company insures against Fire only.
No Marine or Life risks taken, as in most Fo?
reign Insurance Companies.
Manhattan Fire Ins. Go., of New York,
Tho oldest Fire Insurance Company in tho
City of Now York.
Phenix Fire Ins. Co., of Brooklyn, N. Y.
PUTNAM FIRE INS. CO., of Hartford, Conn.
UNION FIRE INS. CO., of San Francisco, Cal.
Assets $1.1C0,O00 in Gold.
?S-Policies issued payable in Gold or
KNICKERBOCKER LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
of New York.
The above Companies have each made thc
I deposit oi South Carolina State Bonds, with j
j tho Comptroller-General of tho State, as rc-j
? quired by thc Act of the General Assembly.
! Thc undersigned has conducted tLo bud
j ness ol thin Agency tor tito hist twenty-one
? years, during which period no case of litiga?
tion with any els im ant has ever occurred.
BISKS TA KKK IX COLUMBIA
UP PER COUNTIES OF THE STATE.
All Claims for Louses
Adjusted and Pnld
At THIS AGENCY.
GEORGE HUGGINS, AGENT,
Oilice under tho "Columbia Hotel,"
In roar of Mesure. Dufiie A Chapman's,
Columbia, S. C.
GE0EGE HUGGINS, Notary Public,
Aug 9 lin COLUMBIA, S. C.
I. H. COLEMAN,
OFFICE, Du. GEIGER'S, Nortu-caaicorner of
Plain and Assembly streets. All business
promptly attended tw. " May 20 Sm o
rTiHREE moutlia from dntc, application will
X bo mado to the Coiumhia Eridge Compa?
ny for renewal of Scrip No.-, for forty
seven and a half Shires in ?aid Company,
standing in the nsmoof Dr. Thomas Wells
thc original having been lost in transmission
by mail. C. H. BALDWIN, Attorney.
Juuo 2_ 3mo
"The Carolina Howie."
THIS HOUSE has always enjoyed the repu?
tation of beiog the best place in tho city
for obtaining thc coolest and most delicious
mixed drinks. The new brand of Whiskey,
THE HIBERNIAN, is something out of the
ordinary run. Call and seo me.on Washing?
ton street. RICHARD BARRY,
April 7 Proprietor.
Cotton Screw Press
Has stood the Jest titree yearn atid look
FIRST PREMIUM last yoar atNewOrleahs,
Memphis amt in Mississippi. Send for
cit cahir to W.S. IIENERY, Charleston; GOLD?
SMITH .V KIND, Columbia; or
F. A. CONNOR,
Aug I Imo General Agent, CokcBbnry.
Selling Off to Close Ont.
AS I intend heroaftcr to keep only a FIRST
CLASS JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT,
I will sell ont, at and below cost, my ENTIRE
STOCK of Pistols, Guns, Powder Flasks, Shot
Pouches, Caps, Cartridges, Powder and all
other Fancy Articles.
A fine lot of FANS, soiling verv low.
.Tune 1_Columbia Hotel Row.
GENUINE DURHAM SMOKING TOBAC?
CO, direct from thc factory, the groat
Dalby Puff Smoking Tobacco, the Sunnyside
Fine-Cut Chowing Tobacco-tho host iii the
country-Mollers' Fig Chowing Tobacco, very
liuc, just received.
A full assortment of cboico WINES aud LI?
QUORS always on hand.
JOHN C. SEEGERS,
Main street,? near tho Post Ofllco, and Main
street, near PIUKNIX Office. July 29
IF YOU WANT A FIRST-CLASS GOLD OR
Silver WATCH and CHAIN, call at
IF von want a FINE SET OF JEWELRY,
call at ISAAC SULZBACHER'S.
IF von arc in noed of SOLID SILVER or
PLATED WARE, call at
IF vour eves are failing, and you want tho
BEST SPECTACLES, call at
IF you want a good and reliable TIME-PIECE
or CLOCK, call at
Juno 1_ISAAC SULZBACHER'S.
University of Virginia
THE Session of this Institution
aOmW\ commences annually on thc first
e^iUigfcfedny of OCTOBER, and continues,
t?ft&^?? without interruption, till tho
jB^ppThnrsdny preceding the Uh of
taStjP July ensuing.
The organization of tho Institution is very
complete, embracing extensive and thorough
courses of instruction in Literature and
Science, and in tho professions of Law, Medi?
cine and Engineering.
Thc expenses of tho Academic or Law Stu?
dent, exclusive of tho cost of Text-Books and
clothing, and pocket money, amount to about
$305 per session of niue months; and of the
Engineering or Medical Student to about
$395, of which sums, respectively, $220 or
$250 is payable on admission, and the balance
in tho progress of thc session.
Fer dctui?G scr.d for catalogue. P. O. "Uni
versitv of Virginia." S. MAUPIN,
July 30 3d Chairman of the Faculty.
Xext Session begins September 7, 1870.
.^m^ TniS Institution has a full corps
/fHmb, of Instructors, a thorough Course
fjtli_JM|feof Studios, and aims at a High
vJaHt^Grade of Scholarship, Its superior
jsygly educational advantages, moderate
<AA*P expenses, healthy location, and
excellent mail, traveling and telegraphic
facilities, render it well worthy the attention
and patronage of thc South.
Tho location of the College, in such a rich
farming region as the Roanoke Valley, ena?
ble* the Faculty to OFFER TKIIMS SOTTA'BLE TO
TUE CONDITION of tho COUIitrV.
Entire expenses for Session ot ten months,
This estimate includes Roard and Tuition,
embracing Modern Languages. A slight ad?
vance on the above for students boarding in
The Sts-uon is divided into two terms, of
five months each.
First Term begin* September 7, 1870.
Second Term begins February i, 1871. -
Students may enter at any time. Those
taking tho i cgular course should by all
means be present at tho opening of the ses- x
sion. Students may take a select or business
course as they prefor.
Every branch necessary to a finished edu?
cation is taught in the College.
The Institution is in a 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 nearly
every Southern State.
For further particulars. Catalogues, Ac,
addriss REV. D. F. PITT LE, D. D,,
President of tho College.
For circulars, etc., apply nt Duffie A Chap?
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