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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
. General Moltke, it appears, is another
of the men who have 'learned how to set
a bridle upon their ton gu 03. Ho seldom
speaks to anybody, and never converses.
Ho knows seven languages, bat it is a
superfluous accomplishment, sinoo he
never abes one of them-a man, in faot,
entirely after Mr. Carlyle's heart. Just
before he started for the war, a great
speculator in stocks met him, and, de?
siring to get a hint or two for future use,
said: "Well, General, how are things
getting on?" "Thank you, sir," was the
reply, "my rye crops are getting on beau?
tifully, but my potatoes are very back?
ward." Things have been getting on
better with the General since then.
EUROPEAN WAH-THE RIGHT SPIRIT.
The Courrier des Etats Unis, of the 19th,
after a full review of tho situation in
France, thus cheerfully and hopefully
"In short, the military situation is ns
good as any one could desire; our army
is reinforced every day, while that of tho
lemy is weakened. Lot tho movement
fpr concentration upon Chalons bo ac?
complished as safely as it now progresses,
and the King of Prussia, liko Attila of
old, will lind, ou tho plains of Chalons,
the annihilation of his colossal army."
Otto Baumgarten, a German, twenty
seven years old, shot his wife aud infant
boy on Saturday evening, nt New Haven,
Gonn., and then shot himself. The
child survived until morning, when
it died. Hopes are entertained of tho
mother's recovery. It was a culmination
of a long standing family difficulty. The
husband and wife were separated three
months ago, and he was not nllowed to
seo his child, who, with its mother,
lived with her father, Charles Hatch, a
keeper of a saloon and German boarding?
The St. Louis Times protests: "What
heinous crime have we committed that
everybody should send us a paper con
taimng an interview with Georgefraucis
train? Send us 100 small-pox-infected
buffalo robes; tho rinderpest in its dead?
liest form; a ohapter of Greeley's, 'What
I Know of Farming,' or any other fell
destroyer, but no Georgefrancis."
Joe Williams, the celebrated colored
Conservative Tennessee orator, will take
the stump for the Democratic party in
Louisiana, during the approaching politi?
cal canvass. Ho is said to possess rare
Affine lot of Brandy Peaches, domes?
tic, to be had nt POLLOCK'S.
CHOLERA I-Tho following lotter ia 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 the
prevalence of tho cholera in St. Louis,
watched the result of the application of the
Pain Killer for this disoaso, and his testimony
oan bo relied upon with tho utmost confidence:
DEAR SLR: YOU recollect when I Baw you in
January last, my expressing to yon my most
sangnine expectations that Davis' PAIN
KILLER would have a tremendous sale in the
Went this season, and my anticipations have
been more than realized, and the testimony
of thousands who have used it bas been that
they would not be willing to go to bed at night
without it in the house.
On the appearance of the cholera in this
city, such was tho confidence in tho Pain
Killer aa a remedy, that many who purchased
it remarked to mo that they had no fears or
dread of the cholera, as lon ir as thoy bad the
Pain Killer by them, and kindreds took it
daily as a preventative, for no person can
have a derangement of the bowels or diar?
rhoea, if they use this medicino. This was
the security and confidence of hundreds
acquainted with it, and when their friends
were attaoked with the Cholera, they would
administer the remedy in largo quantities,
and in every case- when it has been taken in
any of the first stages of this disease, it has
I consider it an infallible remedy. I have
not heard of any individual in any family who
used the Pain Kider when attacked, but
The clerk informed mo that ho administer?
ed it to persons when cold or in the cramps,
and it gavo immediate relief, but still it
should be given quickly, for when tho dis?
cbarge of "rice water" has begun, tho hope
of Ufo haB fled. Should this disease mako its
appearance among you, SB in all probability it
will, bo not alarmed; yon and alt others there
have tbe remedy, and I am confident if the
Pain Killer is used, not a Bingle death by cho?
lera will occur in yonr citv. Respectfully
youra, A. T. \VOODWABD.
OW Tho Pain Killer is sold by all dealers in
Family Medicines. Aug 2 ill 1 mo
THE SEASON OF EXHAUSTION.-The
close Bultry weather which usually prevails
toward the end of summer is particularly un?
favorable to tho feeble and enervated. Even
the well-knit frames of strong men foel tho in?
fluence of tho season, ard lassitude and
languor pervade tho whole community.
Ladies, especially thoso in delicate health,
suffer much from debility, occasioned by the
humid heat, and feel tho want of a whole?
some invigorant. In fact, a necessity for
something to recruit the exhausted system is
experienced, more cr lees, by everybody, and
the only question is, what that something will
be. With thoso who have tested the effect of
HOSTETTER'S STOMACH RITTERS oil
thomselves, or hayo observed its effects on
others, this question will not be in doubt for
a single moment. Its tonic and regulating
operation, and its agency in creating a
healthy appetite and promoting digestion, aro
rightly classed by all who have resorted to
this unequalled vegetablo invigorant and
corrective, among the most extraordinary
therapeutic wonders of modern times. It
should be taken at this season as a safeguard
against tho epidemic diseases which arc so
apt to attack tho relaxed system in tho fall of
As it is understood that mercenary specula?
tors in various part? of tho country are en?
deavoring to supersede the standard tonic of
tho age with worthless articles manufactured
by themselves, which thoy represent to be
superior to this long tried remedy, it ia proper
to put tho public on their guard against this
species of imposition, ana to warn them
against tho deleterious trash with which dis?
honorable doalcrs Bock to drench them.
WEDLOCK--THE BASIS OP CIVIL.
SOCIETY.-EH H ay s for Young Men, on tho
honor and happiness of Marriage, and tho
evils and dangora of Celibacy-with sanitary
bolp for the attainmentof man's true position
in lifo. Sent freo, in sealed envelopes. Ad
drosB. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P. Phil?
adelphia, Pa. May 25 3mo
Chewists get Bayley's Michigan Fine
Cjit at EXCHANGE HOUSE.
CODE OF FROOEDTJRE"Continued.
SEC. 392. When a judgment shall be
recovered against one or moro of several
persons jointly indebted upon a contract,
by proceeding os provided in Section
one hundred and fifty-nine, thoso who
were not originally summoned to answer
tho complaint may be summoned to show
causo why they should not bo bound by
tho judgment, iu the same manner
as if they hod heeu originally sum?
SEC. 393. lu caso of tho death of n
judgment debtor, after judgment, tho
heirs, dovisoos or legatees of tho judg?
ment debtor, or tho tenants of real pro?
perty owned by him and affcotcd by tho
judgment, may, at any time within three
years from tho timo of granting letters
testamentary or of administration upon
tho cstato of the testator or intestate, be
summoned to show cause why tho judg?
ment should not be enforced against thc
estate of tho judgment debtor iu theil
hands respectively; and the personal
representatives of a deceased judgment
debtor may be summoned at any time
within one year after? their appoint
SEC. 394. Tho summons provided it
the Inst two Sections shall be subscribed
by tho judgment creditor, his representa
tives or attorney, shall describe tl?
judgment, aud require the person sum
moued to BIIOW cause within twenty day;
after tho scrvico of the summons; nut'
shall bo served in liko manner as tin
SEC. 395. Tho summons shall bo aa
companied by an affidavit of the persoi
subscribing it, that tho judgment ha:
not becu satisfied, to his knowledge o
information and belief, and shall specif:
tho amount duo thereon.
SEC. 396. Upon such summons an;
party summoned may answer within th
time specified therein, denying the judg
ment, or setting up any defence thereto
which may have arisen subsequently ti
such judgment; and iu addition thereto
if the party bo proceeded against ac
cording to Section three hundred am
ninety-two, he may make any defenc
which he might have made to tho ac
tion, if tho summons had been servei
on him at the time when the same wo
originally commenced, and such defenc
had been then interposed to such ac
SEC. 397. The party issuing the surr
mons may demur or reply to the answei
and the party summoned may demur t
the reply; and the issues may be trie
and judgment may bo given in the sam
manner as in an action, and enforced b
execution, or the application of tho prc
perty charged to the payment of tl
judgment may be compelled by attasl
ment, if necessary.
SEC. 398. The answer and reply sba
be verified in the like oases and manuel
and be subject to the sume rules, as tb
auswer and reply in an action.
CONFESSION OF JUDGMENT WITHOUT Ai
SECTION 399. Judgment may be coi
fessed for debt due or for cootinge]
SEC. 400. Statement in writing, ar
SEO. 4?1. Judgment and execution.
SEC. 399. A judgment by confessic
may be entered, without action, eith
for money due, or to become ?lue, or
secure any person against cootinge
liability on behalf of the defendant,
both, in the manner prescribed by tl
SEC. 100. A statement in writing mu
bo made, signed by the defendant, ai
verified by his oath, to tho followi
1. It must state the amount for win
judgment may be entered, and autl
rize the entry of jndgment therefor.
2. If it bo for money due or to becoi
due, it must state concisely tho facts c
of which it arose, and must show ti
tho sum confessed therefor is justly il
or to become due.
3. If it bo for tho purpose of seen ri
tho plaintiff against a contingent liabili
it must state concisely the facts con:
tuting tho liability, and must show tl
tho sum confessed therefor does not i
ceed the same.
SEC. 401. Tho statement may be fi
with a County Clerk, who shall endo
upon it, and enter iii tho Judgrm
Book a judgment for tho amount ci
fessed, with five dollars cost, togetl
with disbursements. The statement ti
affidavit, with tho judgment endors
shall thereupon become tho judgtne
roll. Executions may bo issued and
forced thereon, in tho same manum
upou judgments in other cases in st
Courts. When tho debt for which
judgment is recovered is not all due,
is payable iu installments, and the
stallments are not all due, the execut
may issuo upon such judgment for
collection of such installments as h
become duo, and shall bo iu the in?
form, but shall have endorsed there
by the attorney or person issuing
same, a direction to the Sheriff to
lect tho amount duo on such judgtm
with interest and costs, which arno
shall bo stated, with interest there
and tho costs of said judgment. 2
withstanding tho issuo and collectio
such execution, tho judgment shall
main as security for the installm
thereafter to become due: and wi
ever any further installments bec
due, execution may, in like manner
issued for tho collection and en for co?
men t of the same.
OFFER OF THE DEFENDANT TO COMPROMISE
THE WHOLE OK A PART OF TUB ACTION.
SECTION 402. Offer of compromise.
SEC. 403. Defendant mayoffer to li?
SEC. 404. Effect of acceptance or re?
fusal to offer.
SEC. 402. The4?3fendaut may, atony
time before tho trial or verdict, Berve
upon the plaintiff an offer in writiug to
allow judgment to bo taken against him
for tho sum or property, or to the effect
therein specified, with costs. If the
plaintiff accept the offer, and give notice
thereof in writiug within ten days, he
may file tho summons, complaint and
offer, with nu affidavit of uotico aud ac?
ceptance, and tho Clerk mnst thereupon
enter judgments accordingly. If the no?
tice of acceptance bo not given, the offer
is to deemed withdrawn, and caunot be
given iu evidence; and if tho the plain?
tiff fail to obtain a moro favorable judg?
ment ho cannot recover costs, but must
pay the defendant's costs from tho time
of tho offer; And in caso tho defendant
shall set up a couuter-claim in his an?
swer to an amount greater than the plain?
tiff's claim, or sufficient to reduco thc
plaintiff's recovery below fifty dollars,
theu the plaintiff may servo upon the de
foudaut nn offer iu writiug to allow judg
mont to be taken against him for tin
amount specified, or to allow said coun
ter-claim to the amount specified, witl
costs. If the defendant accept tho offer
and give notice thereof in writing withii
ten days, ho may outer judgment as abovi
for tho amount epecified, if tbe offer on
titled him to judgment, or tbe nmoun
specified in said offer shall bo allowe<
him in the trial of the action. If tho no
tico of acceptance bo not given, the offe
is to be deemed withdrawn, and ennno
be given in evidence; and if the defend
ant fail to recover a more favorable judg
meut, or to establish his counter-claim
for a greater amount than is specified i
said offer, he cannot recover costs, bu
must pay tho plaintiff's costs from th
time of the offer.
SEC. 403. In an action arising on cor
tract, tho d?fendant may, with his ox
ewer, Berve upon the plaintiff an offer i
writing, that if he fail in his defence, tb
damages be assessed at a specified sua
and if the plaintiff signify his acceptant
thereof in writing, with or before the n<
tico of trial, and on the trial have a ve
diet, the damages shall be assessed ai
SEC. 404. If tho plaintiff do not accej
the offer, he shall prove his damages i
if it had not been made, aud shall nt
be permitted to give it in evidence. Ar
ii tho damages assessed in his favi
shall not exceed the sum mentioned ?
the offer, the defendant shall recover h
expenses incurred in consequence of ai
necessary preparation or defence in r
spect to the question of damages. Sue
expense shall be ascertained at the trii
ADMISSION OR INSPECTION OF WRITINGS
SECTION 405. Either party may ex!
bit to the other, or to his attorney,
any time before the trial, any paper m
ferial to the action, nud request au o
mission in writing of its genuineness,
the adverse party, or his attorney, f
to give the admission, within four da
after the request, and if the party exl
biting the paper be afterwards put
expenso in order to prove its gonnii
ness, and the same be finally proved
admitted on the trial, such expense,
be ascertained at the trial, shall be pt
by the party refusing the admission, i
less it appear to the satisfaction of I
court that there were good reason?
tho refusal. The court before which
action is pending, or a Judge or Just
thereof, may, iu their discretion, c
upon due notice order either party to g
to,the other, within a specified time,
inspection aud copy, or permission
take n copy, of any books, papers, r
documents in his possession or under
control, containing evidence relating
the merits of tho action or tho defe
thcreiu. If compliance with tho or
be refused, the court, ou motion, n
exclude the paper from being given
evidence, or punish the party rofusi
EXAMINATION OF PARTIES.
SECTION 40G. Action for discovery ti
SEC. 407. A party, may examine
adversary as a witness.
SEC. 40H. Such examination also
lowed before trial. Proceeding th
SEC. 409. Party, how compelled
SEC. 410. Testimony of party mu;
SEC. 411. Effect of refusal to testi
SEC. 412. Testimony of a party
responsive to tho inquiries may b<
butted by tho oath of the party cal
SEC. 413. Persons for whom actit
brought or defended may be examin
SEO. 414. Examination of co-plai
SECTION 40G. No action to obtain
covcry under oath, in aid of the p
cution or defence of another action,
be allowed, nor shall any examinatit
a party bo had, ou behalf of tho nd1
porty,*except in the manner presa
by this chapter.
SEC. 407. A party to an action may be
examiued as a witness, at tho instance of
the adverse party, or of any one of seve?
ral adverse parties, and for that purpose |
may bo compelled, iu tho same manner,
and subject to tho same rules of exami?
nation; ns any other witness, to testify,
either at the trial, or conditionally, or
SEC. 408. Tho examination, instead of
boing had at tho trial, as providod in tho
last section, may bo had at any timo be?
fore the trial, at tho option of tho party
claiming it, before a Judge of tho Court,
on a previous notice to tho party to bo I
examined, and any other adverse party,
of at least five days, unless, for good
cause shown, the Judgo order otherwise.
But tho party to be examined shall not
be compelled to attend in any other
County than that of his residence, or
where ho may bo served with a summons
for his attendauce.
SEC. 409. Tho party to be examined,
as in the last section provided, may bo
compelled to attend in the same manner
as a witness who is to bo examined con?
ditionally; and the examination shall bel
taken and filed by tho Judgo in like
manner, and may be read by either party
ou the trial.
SEC. 410. The examination of the
party, thus taken, may bo rebutted by
SEC. 411. If a party refuse to attend
aud testify, as in the last four sections
provided, ho may bo punished as for a
oontempt, and his complaint, answer, or
reply, may be stricken out.
[CONTINUED IN OUR NEXT.]
South Carolina Bank and Trust Co.,
(In Building formerly occupied by Carolina
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE all issues of!
QOYEBNMENT BONDS, at current market
rates, also COIN and COUPONS, and execute
?miers for tho purchaso and aale of Qold, and
all first-class securities, on commission.
IS8UE CEBTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, pay?
able on demand, or at fixed dato, boaring
interest, and available in all parts of tho
ADVANCES mado to our dealers, on ap?
proved coBaterals, at market rates of interest.
COLLECTIONS mado everywhere in tho
United States, Canada and Europe, and Ex?
change bought and sold:
Dividends and Coupons collected.
HARDY SOLOMON, President.
J. C. ROATH, Cashier. Jane 20 3mo
Cincinnati Lager, to bo had at POL?
fJlO encourage tho consumption of the genu
? inc unadulterated CALIFOBNIA CHAM?
PAGNES, we have reduced the prices of the
same to tho following low prices for cash only,
Quarts, per Case of 1 Dozen, $13.00.
Pints, per Case of 2 Do?en, 11.00.
Sparkling Angelica, per case of 2
Dozen, Pints. 14.00.
Sparkling Catawba, per caso of 2
Dozen, Tints, 14 00.
Together with a full assortment of Choice
Rye whiskies, Genuine Otard Brandies, Old
Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines, Holland Gin,
Bum, and Rectified Liquors, which aro con?
stantly on hand and for sale at low figures, by
July 9 _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Cigarros Papers caa be had at POL?
BY HEESE & THOMPSON.
THE undersigned would respectfully inform
the citizens of Columbia and vicinity that
they have opened a SHAVING SALOON, on
Plain Btreet, oppo?ito Dr. Fair's, where they
guarantee satisfaction in every respect.
Joly 2!) JAMES THOMPSON.
Okra Soup free, every day, at POL'
lfi.1I BR Y'S UNIVERSAL.
Cotton Gins and Condensers.
THESE GINS, so well known throughout
the South, need no comment. In style of
workmanship, aud for efficiency of work,
their turn-out, with tho same amouul of
power, is unequaled;
R. TOZER, Agent,
August 2_ Columbia. 8. C
The finest of Playing Cards, to bo had
pr RRI.S. NEW FLOUR.
(J ll) Micks do AU of wheat of this
harvest, for sale low, by
July 2 LOR RICK .(: LOWRANCE
Imported Curacao, and Maraschino,
to bo had at POLLOCK'S.
Guns and Ammunition.
JUST received by William Olaze, tine Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, tine Eng?
lish Powder, in Canisters, Shot and Caps, ot all
lind. Ono door North of Messrs. Scott, Wil?
liams fe Co.** Banking Houae. Dec l?
Pan-cake and Michigan fine-cut Chew?
ing Tobacco, to bo had at POLLOCK'S.
1 Cid BnLS- Choice Now Family FLOUB,
JLv/Vf jiiBt received and tor sale bv
July 21_J. ft T. B. AGNEW.
New York Lion Lagor, to be had at
If inn BUSHELS Primo neavy OATS
." '\J\J for salo low by
Aug 10_EDWABD HOPE.
Bordeaux Wine Vinegar.
5BBLS. TUBE FBENCH WHITE WINE
and CIDEB VINEGAB, for salo by
Cigarros can bo had at POLLOCK'S.
ESTABLISHED IN COLUMBI A,S. C., 1810.
Old and Wealthy Companies
AGGREGATE CAPITAL OVER
iEtnaFire Insurance Company
OF IIABTFOBB, CONN.
Cliarterod 1819-Charter Perpetual.
Imperial Fire Insurance Co. of London,
ASSETS SS OOO, OUI) IN GOLD.
43~This Company insures against Firo only.
No Marine or Lifo risks taken, as in most Fo?
reign Insurance Companies.
Manhattan Fire Ins. Go., of New York,
The o?c?es? Fire Insurance Company in tho
City of New 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 $1,200,000 in Gold,
??-Policies issued payable in Gold or
KNICKERBOCKER LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
of New York.
Chartered 18 5 3.
Tho above Companies have each made the
deposit of South Carolina Stato Bonds, with
the Comptroller-General of the State, as re?
quired by the Act of thc General Assembly.
Thc undersigned has conducted thc busi?
ness of thi x Agency tor thc last twenty-one
years, during which period no case of litiga?
tion with any claimant has ever occurrod.
RISKS TAKEN IN COLUMBIA
UBI'EB COUNTIES OF TBE STATE.
All Claims for Losses
Adjusted and Paid
At THIS AGENCY.
GEOBGE HUGGINS, AOEJ?T,
Oflico under tho "'Columbia Hotel,"
In rear of Messrs. Duffie A Chapman's,
Columbia, S. C.
GEORGE HUGGINS, Notary Public,
Aug 9 im COLUMBIA, S. C.
New Family Flour.
1 p?f\ DDLS. New and Choice Family
IOU FLOUR for Balo low by
Aug 10_ EDWARD HOPE.
I. H. COLEMAN,
OFFICE, Du. GEiOF.n'a, North-east coi ner of
Plain and Assembly nt roeta. All business
promptly attended to. May 20 3mo
THREE mouths from date, application will
bo mado to thc Columbia Bridge Compa?
ny for renewal of Scrip No-, for forty
seven and a half Shares in said Company,
standing in tho name of Dr. Thomas Wells
tho origiual having been lost in transmission
bv mail. C. H. BALDWIN, Attorney.
Juno 2 '_3mo
"The Carolina House."
THIS HOUSE has always enjoyed the repu?
tation of being tho best place in ..the city
for obtaining tho coolest and most delicious
mixed drinks. The new brand ot Whiskey,
THE HIBERNIAN, is something out of tho
ordinary run. Call and see mo, on Washing?
ton Btroot. BICHARD HARRY,
April 7 _Proprietor.
_THE BROOKS REVOLVING
Cotton Screw Press
Has stood the lest three years and took
FIRST PREMIUM laatyoar atNowOrleabs,
Memphis and in Mississippi. Send for
eil cular to W. ?i. ?ENEBY, Charleston;GOLD?
SMITH & KIND, Columbia; or
F. A. CONNOB,
Aug 4 Imo Gonoral Agent, Ookesbnry.
Selling Off to CIOBO Ont.
AS I intend heroaftor to koop only aFIBST
CLASS JEWELBY ESTABLISHMENT.
I will sell out, at and below coBt, my ENTIBE
STOCK of PistolB, Guns, Powder Flasks, Shot
PouchcB, Caps, Cartridges, Powder and all
othor Fancy Articles.
A fine lot of FANS, soiling very low.
Juno 1_Columbia Hotel Bow.
&ENUINE DUBHAM SMOKING TOBAC?
CO, direct from tho factory, tho great
Dalby Puff Smoking Tobacco, the Sunnyside
Fino-Cut Chowing Tobacco-tho best in the
country-Mollers' Fig Chowing Tobacco, very
lino, just received.
A full assortment of choico WINES and LI
QUOBS alwavs on band.
JOHN C. SEEGEB8,
Main Btrcet.l near tho Post Office, and Main;
street, noar PIIONTX Offloa. July 29
IF YOU WANT A FIBST-CLA88 GOLD OB
Silver WATCH and CHAIN, call at
IF you want a FINE SET OF JEWELBY,
call at ISAAC SULZRACHEB'S.
IF you arc iu need of SOLID SILVEB or
PLATED WABE, call at
IF vour eves aro failing, and you want tho
BEST SPECTACLES, call at
IF vou want a good and reliable TIME-PIECE
of CLOCK, call at
Juno 1_ISAAC SULZRACHEB'S.
TnE CnniSTMAS GUEST, by Mrs. South
Tho Court and Times of Queen Elizabeth,
by Miss Aiken, $2 25.
Tho Caged Lion; a Novel, bv Miss Yonge,
Hammer and Anvil, Spielhagens' last and
best novel, $2.00.
Memoir of Dr. Scudder, 30 years Missionary
in india, fl.75.
Prince of Wales' Travols in Egypt, Con?
stantinople and the East, $1.50.
The Vicar of Bullhampton, by Trollope,
$1.25, and other new Rooks for sale at
_H BYAN & MoOABTEB'S Bookstore.
WE beg to tender our thanks to tho nu?
merous patrons of LOWBANCE A CO.,
for their past support, and pledge them, as
wo havo mado additions to our capital and in?
creased our facilities, to serve their interests
even more faithfully than heretofore.
Wo have MABKED DOWN all of our Shelf
Hardware and Fancy Groceries, and aro DK
TEKMISED to clean out onr stock at low prices,
so as to be aldo to FILL UP WITH FBESH
GOODS AT LOWEB BATES THAN CAN BE
HAD ELSEWHEBE. Givo UB a trial, and you
will bo convinced. Orders from tho up-conn
trv solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed.
'June 12_LORRICK & LOWBANCE.
University of Virginia.
jag-. THE Session of this Institution
/ffStt^ commences annually on the ?rat
eJlyBftfeday of OCTORER, a'nd continues-,
^rtsft^f without interruption, till tho
Thursday preceding the -Ith of
?fiffiJP July eusuiug.
The organization of tho Institution is very
complete, embracing extensive and thorough
conrees of instruction in Literature and
Science, and in theflprc fessions of Law, Medi?
cine and Engineering.
The expenses of the Academic or Law Stu?
dent, exclusivo of the cost of Text-Books and
dot bing, and pocket money, amount to about
$305 per session of nine months; and of tho
Engineering or Medical Student to about
$30?, of which sums, respectively, $220 or
$250 is payable on admission, and the balance
in the progress of the session.
For details send for catalogue. P. O. ''Uni?
versity of Virginia." 8. MAUPIN,
July 30 30 Chairman of the Faculty.
' CIT?Z?IN^SAV?NGS IBANK
Deposits of $1 and Upwards Received
INTEREST A LIA) WED A T TUE li A TE Ol
SEVEN PER CENT. PER ANNUM,
ON CERTIFICA TES OF DEPOSIT,
AND SIN PER CENT. COM?
POUNDED EVERY SIN
M O N TUS O N A CCO UN TS.
Wm. Martin, President.
Tlumias E. Gregg, Cashier.
John C. B. Smith, Assistant Cashiet
Wade Hampton, Columbia,
William Martin, Columbia,
F. W. MoMastcr, Columbia
A. C. Haskell, Columbia.
J. P. Thomas, Columbia.
E. H. HeinitBb, Columbia.
John B. Palmer, Colombia.
Thomas E. Gregg, Columbia.
J. Eli Gregg, Marion.
G. T. Scott, Newberry.
W. G. Maves, Ncwborry.
B. H. Budedge, Charleston.
Daniel Bavonol, Jr., Charleston.
Mechanics, Laborers, Clerks, Widows, Or
fillans and others may hero deposit their sav
ngs and draw a liberal rate of inte?-"?*, there?
on. Planters, Professional Men and Trust nen
wishing lo draw interest on their fnnds until
they require thora 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 be with?
drawn by themselves, or, in caso of death, by
their legal repr?sent?t ives, ) wishing to lay
asido funds for futuro use. aro hero afforded
an opportunity of depositing their means
whore they will rapidly accumulate, and, at
the samo time, be subject to withdrawal when
needed. Aug 18