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Foreign KntclH?cnce. '
DTO?AN, 8eptomlier 2.--A great meet?
ing was held yesterday evening in favor
ol tho restoration of .the seat, of local
government to Ireland.
LONDON, September 2.-The Times
says the Prussians are finding thoir eno?
rmes still strong in numbers, and are
obliged to remain in rear of fortified
towns to watch them.
Th? Times' money article thiuks the
reduction of the bank rate to 3 per cent,
would have been safe. The rate in open
market seems to sustain tho idea.
Paris papers notice angrily that Prus?
sian victories strengthen London stocks.
Also that the Grown Prince of Italy and
wife congratulate Prussia.
A body of 2,5000 French infautry and
500 cavalry, with two cannon, camp
equipage and other material, refuged
into Belgium. Some wounded Prussians,
who also fled into Belgium, have been
taken to Bruges, where they aro care?
A seaport town, Samsonn, in Asia
Minor, has been destroyed. 2,500 houses
apd six ohurehes are in ashes. Many
lives were lost. Terrible suffering ex?
The Examine}' says the mad policy of
1814 .towards France-the policy of
partition and repression is intended.
The eafoty of Europe demands that
France bs guaranteed against dishonor
and dismemberment. It is hoped the
Czar will interpose to preserve the ba?
lance of power.
A Paris correspondent of the Globe
vouches for the truth of the following:
"A gigantic battle has been progressing
since Wednesday morning, near the
Forest of.Argoule. ' '
The' following renched the Empress
from the Emperor, Thursday afternoon:
"All goes wonderfully well. Our plans
all saoceed. " This obtains some color
from the Bouillon telegram already sent,
and is une on trudie Led by the Prussian
narrative, which does not reach so late a
A correspondent of the Standard, at
Sedan, is equally positive of French suc?
There is some reasou to fear that both
combatants compete in falsification oi
The Civilian, au obscuro journal ol
this city, asserts that sixteen boxes ol
property belonging to Napoleon has
been received nnd stored in this city.
Frederick Charles yosterdoy thanked
the troops on the battle field for gallan?
try. ' Tho ninth army, composed of thc
Landwehr, has already distinguished
MADRID, September 2.-A few Car
lists are in the country. No trouble if
apprehended. Count de Chester uni
others, exiled to the Canaries, have beer
PARIS, September 2.-It is believed
there was fighting all day to-day. Arlor
despatches, dated yesterday, say tin
fortresses of Mezieres and Sedan wil
occupy the attention of a larg 3 force o
Prussians, if attempt is made to besieg?
The journals call atteutiou to the fae
that the'Prussians say much of the bnt
tie bf the 80th, whou Failly was repulsed
but make little mention of that of tin
31st, when McMahon repulsed their lef
The Prince Imperial is expected a
Manbeacgo from Avernes.
A fleet of gunboats is going up th
Seine. .The banks of tho river arc cover
ed with excited crowds, who cheer tb
fleet as it passes.
The Monde says five well-truiued guu
nora have been assigned to euch of th
3,000 guns on tho fortifications, and am
pie ammunition provided.
JjiEPSia, September 2.-The corpora
tion of this city, commercial and otho
civic organizations, havo writtuu an ad
dress to tho King of Prussia, as Chief o
tho German Confederation, urging hit
to reject overtures of mediation, an
prosecute the war until a permanec?
Eeaoe oan be secured. Similar addresse
ave peen adopted, and will be presente
to the King of Saxony.
BEFORE SEDAN, FRANCE, FRIDAY, Sei
tember 2-1.22 P. M.-From tho Kin
to the Queen: A capitulation, whereb
the whole army at Sedan are prisoners <
war, has just been concluded with Gei
eral Wimpfen, commanding, instead <
Marshal Mahon, who is wounded. Tl:
Emperor surrendered himself to me, ns li
has no command, and left everything I
the Regent at Paris. His residence
shall appoint after an interview wit
him at a reudezvous to bo fixed humed
ately. What a course of oveuts, wil
God's guidance, have taken place.
BR?SSELS, September 2.-Tho Pru
siana who entered Belgium surrenders
The officers of both armies woro parolei
BRUSSELS, September 3.-Yesterda
McMahon was completely beaten at
shut up in Sedan. His last road to Put
was cut. Buzaiuo has been complote
beaten before Metz, by Frederii
PARIS, September 8.-The report
insanity of the King of Prussia has bei
LONDON, September 3.-The Germa
are urging William to declare himsi
Emperor of Germany. Great and p
oifio news gives unusual relief. T
effect is visible in nearly every counl
nance. Transactions, actions and prk
exhibit new impulse.
BRUSSELS, September 3-Noon.
General Faily hos been shot. One t
count says he was shot by his own s
diers, and another says by order
The Empress ordered Princo Napole
to return to Paris, and he refused,
decree has been issued, stripping h
of the rank of Prince and Senator.
The Etoile, ot this city, says the Free
are utterly defeated, and that McMah
and the Emperor are prisoners. It
reported that many of the French o flic
were massacred by their own soldie
and a great many officers escaped to ?
LONDON, Sop t ember 3.-There ia gr ont
anxiety here, to learn whether the sur?
render in vol vea a coosati on of h beti li ti es
and an unresisted occupation of Poris.
PARIS, September 8.-The Journal Of?
ficiel, this .morning, says every event of
the campaign has proved a success.
LONDON, September 3.-A Berlin de?
spatch says since Wednesday last Ba?
zaine sought to escapo to the North,
but waa frustrated in every attempt.
It is believed in Paris that McMahon,
acting on the offensive, on Thursday,
destroyed the left wing cf the Crown
Prince's army and drove them book on
the hills of Ardennes.
BRUSSELS, September 3.-Yesterday,
3,000 French, inoluding one general of?
ficer and two Imperial staff officers,
crossed the border and surrendered.
MUNDELLSIIEIM, September 3.-The
Prussians captured au officer aud four
el nisse urn at the sally from Strasburg.
The second parellel is nearly finished.
Tho Malinaout troops, which finally
drovo Bazaine back to Metz, wore of tho
first and secoud corps aud Landwehr. Tho
conflit occurred around Serogney and
BERLIN, September 3.-A Metz letter
to the 2d, says: Since the battle of Grave
lotto, twelve days have passed without
giving tho French an opportunity to
leave the saddle. The Frenoh are una?
ble to prevent the Germans seizing cho?
sen positions. The garrison, including
citizens nnd refugees, must number
BRUSSELS, September 3.-The French
in Belgium number about 10,000, with
400 artillery wagons, two guns and 1.00J
PARIS, September 3.-Nothing official
from the armies of the North-east.
The battles of the past few days are con?
sidered indecisive, though the losses are
very heavy. The journals look upon the
attack on Paris as impossible, now. Thc
Prussians ure not able to leavo McMahon
and Bazaine in their rear. It is well un?
derstood in Germany that Paris, instead
of making peace, will defend itself to tho
last extremity. The enrollment of men
between twenty-five und thirty-five would
give, in a few days, an additional 300,000
to tho national army. The entrance of a
French army corps iuto Baden, cutting
telegraphs and railroads in all directions,
aro confirmed. All cattle have been
brought from Bois de Bologne to the
city. The grape crop of Frauce promise
an unusual yield.
BERLIN, September 3.-Tho particu?
lars of the battle of tho 1st aro still defi?
cient, though, at Paris, it is thought tbnt
it terminated favorably to the French.
The Emperor certainly made a demand
for a truce first, by letter, then como in
personally aud surrendered.
PARIS, September 3.-Telegrams con?
tinue to say that McMahon may hold out
under shelter of the fortresses, and that
Bazaine'?* position is good. He lacks
neither provisions nor men. Mumbai
law has been declared in Algeria. Tho
Russian press is a unit in its sympathy
COPENHAGEN, September 3.-Tho ship
House, of the polar expedition, was
crushed by ice on the 10th of October.
The crew were all saved.
MENDELSTEIN, September 3.-At ll
o'clock, yesterday, Strasburg opened a
violent fire, when a sortie was made,
which proved unsuccessful.
TORONTO, September 3.-Campbell's ?
mission to England resulted in giving
Canada a voico in future in the fishing ,
regulations, and placing Canada's claims
for Fenian raids on a footing with Ala- (
bama claims. ,
NEW YORK, September 3.-Special
telegrams, via London, from the seat of ,
war, report brilliant Prussiau successes. <
20,000 French lay dead aud wounded on
NEW YORK, September 3.-From con?
flicting telegrams we gather the follow?
ing: McMahon was moving to the relief
of Metz when he encountered, and was
driven back by, thc Germans, who pur?
sued closely. Tho pursuit involved a
series of conflicts, which resulted in se?
rious work at Sedan on Tuesday, when
McMahon perched on tho Heights of
Vaux, near Carignan, whither the Empe?
ror was to como. On that day, 30,000
of McMahon's troops were attacked be?
tween Mouson and Mouliers. This was
the battle of Beaumont. The French
were driven over the Meuse to Monson.
Thc encounter on tho other bank result?
ed iu driving McMahon from Vaux.
McMahon faoed about, on Wednesday, I
betweeu Dousoy and Bazelles, when a I
Bevero engagement with the Prussians
turned the French right, necessitating
their retirement upon Sedan,""Tjefore
which the fight was again renewed, on
Thursday, when the French retired into
tho fortress at Sedan.
NEW YORK. September 3.-A special
telegram says Bael, at Metz, surrendered
when he heard of the disaster to the Em?
peror and McMahon.
NEW YORK, Septembers.-Despatches
have been received from Paris via tho
French cable, but the Paris agent of tho
Associated Press is silent, from whence
it is inferred that the censor forbids the
transmission of political news. The sur?
render caused intenso excitement in
The property stolen from tho Metho?
dist book concern was returned to-day
by a messenger, who could givo no ac?
count beyond that ho was directed to
deliver tho package.
NEW YORK, September 3.-A Tribune
speeial from Thionville, dated the 3d,
says two battles wero fought yesterday.
They were bloody bnt decisive. The
fight begun at 5 in the morning and
lasted till 3 in the afternoon. McMa?
hon was driven across the Menso. McMa?
hon's surrender is confirmed by a mes?
senger and a number of Germans. The
enemy are in force near the frontier.
WASHINOTON, September 3.-Bancroft,
tho Minister at Berlin, telegraphs to the
State Department that Napoleon, in his
surrender, stipulated that it should be
without prejudice to the Paris Begenoy.
WASHINGTON, September 3.-rTho Sec?
retary of 8 tn to has ? des pa tob from Mot?
ley, renouncing the surrender of the
wholo French army, at Bedan, with the
WASHINGTON, September 3.-Internal
revenue receipts to-day $1,225,000.
National banks aro authorized at Nor?
folk, Va., with $100,000 capital; Rome,
Qa. ; Montgomery, Ala. ; and Pulaski.
FORTRESS MONROE, September 3.-A
heavy sea from the Eastward for the past
two days, tho sea breaking on middle
RICHMOND, September 3.-The excite?
ment hero, to-day, over the war news
was immense* North German flags were
displayed aud numerous quarrels took
place between Germans, French and
RALEIGH, September 3.-In tho case
of Turner vs. Holden, and others* Judgo
Dick gave, as his opinion, that a warrant
could uot be issued agninst the Governor
for auy excess of authority in the dis?
charge of tho functions of his Executive
office. Tho Court holds that a bench
warrant cannot run to tho Counties of
Alamnnce and Caswell, while in a State
of insurrection, agninst military officers
acting under orders of the Governor; but
warrants will be issued for the arrest of
Colonel Kirk, Bergen and Alexander
Ruffle, to be executed anywhere in the
State, except in tho Counties of Ala
mnnce aud Caswell. The Court bolds
that a court of impeachment is the pro?
per form for abuse of Executive authori?
ty, and that subordinate agente of the
Governor are not free from arrost for
any abuse of authority, when outside of
any insurrectionary districts. Warrants
accordingly were issued to tho Sheriff of
Wake County, commanding him to take
Kirk and Bergen, now in jail, and Alex?
ander Katlin, wherever to bo found, ex?
cept in Alamanco nud Caswell, and the
waraut was made returnable at Greens?
boro. Kirk is now in Alamnnce, and
siuce this discussion, it is likely he will
remain. Judge Bond, of the United
States Circuit Court, sent for by Holden,
arrived in the city this eveniug. It is
not kuown, yet, tho object of his mis?
ST. LOUIS, September 3.-Tho radicals
nominated McCIurg for Governor. The
liberal Republicans, who withdrew,
nominated Gratz Brown for Governor.
CHARLESTON, September 3.-Arrived,
steamship James Adger, New York.
?..I.\ ANTI Al. ANO ?'?> M M Kit Cl A I..
NEW YORK, September 3-Noon.
Stocks very irregular. Gold lu,1./.
Money 4@5. Sterling-long 9J.ji short
lOj.j. G2's li. Flour 5(Trl0c. lower.
Wheat nominally lower. Cora quiet
aud steady. Pork 27.G2. Lard steady.
Cotton firm aud moderately active
uplands 19 J8'; Orleans 20>?; sales 500
bales. Turpoutino qniet, at 39,'.j. Rosin
very firm. Freights firm. Gold 15,'B.
7 P. M.-Cotton advanced ^c. ; sales
1,500 bales ; middling 20',,. Flour
dull. Superfine State und Western 1.90
@5.25. Wheat 1.3C@.1.32. Corn dull
at 83@,85. Pork aud beef steady. Lard
dull-kcttlo 17(<]il7.l4. Groceries quiet.
Freights firmer. Money 5@G. Gold
closed at 14}?.
LOUISVILLE, September 3.-Bagging
active. Hemp 29. Flour active-extra
family 5.50. W'hiskey 89@91. Provi?
sions steady. Corn 95.
CINCINNATI, September 3.-Flour and
corn dull aud unchanged. Whiskey
S9@90. Mess pork nominal, at 27.50.
Lord IS,3.!. Bacon in fair demand
shoulders cloar sides 17.%@18.
GALVESTON, September 3.-Good or?
dinary cotton 143.(@15; receipts2l bales;
NEW ORLEANS, September 3.-Mid?
dling cotton 18; sales 100 bales; receipts
2G3; stock 19,905.
MontLE, September 3.-Middling cot?
ton 17.'4'; sales 100 bales.
?SAVANNAH, September 3.-Cotton firm
-middling 17? I?,1;,; sales 300 bales.
AUGUSTA, September 3.-Cotton ad?
vancing-sales 95 bales; middling 17-?4'
CHARLESTON, September 3.-Cotton
opened firm but closed quiet-middling
17:,.i ; sales 50 bales ; receipts 557 ; stock
LONDON, September 3-Noon.-Bonds
39. Stocks firmer and higher.
LIVERPOOL, September 3-Noon.
Cotton firm-uplands 9(?9'u'; Orleans
LIVERPOOL, September 3-Eveniug.
Cotton closed excited-uplands 9J.j; Or?
leans 9?.i ; sales 15,000 bales.
1870. FALL AND WINTER 1870.
WE have now on hand, and receiving al?
most daily, HOODS united to tho wants
sf the coming season. All tho departments
aro completo, both in tho wholosalo and re?
tail rooms. Wo univ ask an iuspoclion of our
Roods to cou vinco tho moat sceptical that wo
have tho best STOCK of GOODS suited to the
?'ants of thc pcoplo cvor exhibited in tina
market, at thia seimon of tho year. Those
who arc iii doubt, call and be convinced, at
W. D. LOVE & CO.'S,
Ono price Dry Gooda Store,
Columbia Hotel Building, Main street.
W. D. LOVE.
JJ. B. MCCREERY.
Agents for tho Empire Sewing Machine
ono of the beat._Sept 4
Trio encourage tho consumption of the genu
X ino unadulterated CALIFORNIA CHAM?
PAGNES, we have reduced thc prices of the
same to the following low prices lore ash only,
Quarts, nor Cuso of 1 Dozen, $13.00.
Pinta, por Caso of 2 Dozen, H.Ol).
Sparkling Angelica, per caso oT2
Dozen, Pints, U.O0.
Sparkling Catawba, prr caso of 2
Dozen, Pinta. II 00.
Togothor with a full assortment of Choico
Rye Whiskies, Genuino Otard brandies, Old
Port, Sherry and Madeira Wiuoa. holland Gin,
Rum, and. Rectified Liquors, which aro con?
stantly on hand and for salo at low figures, by
July 0_ J. & T. R. AGNEW.
TUE Israelites of Columbia are requested
to attend a mooting on SUNDAY MORN?
ING, September 4, at 10 o'clock, at tho Inde?
pendent Fire Engine Company's Hali, for tho
purpose of making permanent arrangements
tor tho celebration of the coming Holidays.
Sept 3 a
- ,T r-^?yrtjiiina indigo.; -
?)AA LBS, CAROLIN A INDIGO, of snpe
dU\J\J rior qaallty, for sale by
Align?t 25 j . EDWARD HOPE.
Exohango House Bar and Bestaurant. I
OPEN at all honra-where you can always I
find the best of WINES, ALBS, LIQUORS
CIGARS, Ao. Fro ah Lager Deer on ice._
1 f\f\ BBLS. Choice New Family FLOUR,
l\J\J just received and for aalo by
July 21_J. & T. R. AO NEW.
Ii\f\f\ BUSHELS Primo Heavy OATS
,WIJU for salo lowbv
_A?E: 10_EDWARD HOPE.
Creme De La Creme.
1 An BARRELS very superior FAMILY
200 barrels low priced and medium nnalitios.
For ?alo low bf EDWARD HOPE.
IS hereby given that 1 shall petition the Leg?
islature, at its uoxt session, to closo a
eortnm portion of the Public Road that for?
merly lou to my ferry on Saluda River, said
Road uot being used now as a public high?
way. SIMON YO?NGINER.
Aug 28 m 3*_
BASK OF NEWBERRY, S. C., August 25,1870.
NOTICE is hereby given that on the mt fi of1
September, 1870, the transfer (of Stook)
Booka of thid Bank will be finally closed to
facilitato liquidation of tho Bank.
B. D. BOYD,
_Aug 25 25 31_a 5_President.
ALL persona having claims against tho
estate of THOMAS C. TRAPP, deceased,
aro hornby notified to present them duly
provon, on or before the 31st day of Octouor,
or they will bo debarred payment.
J. M. HUMPHREY,
Sept 2 timo* Administrator.
S)f\f\ ABLE-BODIED LABORERS aro
&\)\f wantod, to work upon tho Columbia
Canal, between this and the 10th of Septem?
ber. Partios wishing to contract for tho re?
moval of earth, will apply to
8. A. PEARCE, Jn.
Applications will be received botweon tho
hours of 10 and 12 A. M._Aug 30
COD LIVER OIL and Pancreatic, Cod I
Liver Oil with Hypophosphiles, Elixir of
Gentian und Iron, Wino of Wild Cherry for- |
rated, Wino of Pepsin, pure Powder of Popain,
Elixir of Barks, Iron and Bismuth, Elixir of j
Pepsin, Pancroatino and Bismuth. Theeo
peparationo aro worthv the attention of inva?
lids. For salo by HE1NITSH,
Aug 121 Druggist and Apothecary.
jflSjb, Il AS just received, and opon
ftSSH cd a largo stock of SPRING
BBB AND SUMMER
COLLARS, TIES, Ac,
Which he proposes to sell on the most reason?
able terms. Call and examine for vourselvea.
April 10 t
Magic Chafing Powder.
Tile Nurse's Friend.
FOR tho iuatant euro of CHAFING AND
SCALDING of Children and Adults.
A certain relief for BURNS, SCALDS, Irri?
tation of tho Skin, Galls, Inflammations,
Abrasions, and all Cutaueous Diseases. For I
salo by E. H. HEINITSH,
July gt_ _J)r_!'llL?isi
IGE! ICE! ICE!!
HAVING put my machino in operation, I
now inform tho public that I am ready
to supply any and all orders for ICE. Price two I
cents por pound by the retail. For 100 pounds
or more, agreements will be made. Ibo leo
can bo obtained at either the upper or lower
store. J. C. SEEGERS.
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAVING entered into tho manufacturo of j
BRICK and QUARRYING of GRANITE,
and purchased of Messrs. Wright A Vinn, one
of their now patent Brick Machines, capable
of turning out from 40,000 to (10,000 bricks per
day, are now prepared to mako contracts and
furnish parties with any quantities of bricks
desired. Apply to HARDY SOLOMON, at his
store, or at tho South Carolina Bank and
Trust Company. Sept 3
Pepsin and Pancreatine Preparations.
WE take pleasure in calling tho attention
of Physicians to a cia.- s of medicinal
preparations but recently introduced, and
which from tho results already obtained, will
soon become recognized remedies. Pepsin
digosts tho moro solid portions of food, and
Pancroatino tho oily and fatty substances.
Persons, therefore, with WORK digestions, in?
fants with deranged stomachs, huveasafeand
sure remedy. Books for distribution at tho
store of E. II. HEINITSH,
Aug 12t Druggist and Apothecary.
HAVING assumed the administration of the
catato of tho late John Caldwell, under
his will appointing us as his executors, all per?
sons having demands against the testator will
present them at once, duly proven, to our at?
torneys, Messrs. Carroll & Melton, Columbia,
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
tho testator will make payment, without de?
lay, to thc undersigned.
T. J. ROBERTSON, I Qualified
O. A. CALDWELL, ) Executors.
Carolina Manufacturing Company,
. HAVING opened a Branch Uouso in
jSSjm thc city of Columbia, offer for salo tho
SM latest patontod and best made STOVES;
^Ptitho most improved patterns and regu?
lar sizes of all kinds or TIN-WARE, and
everything in theso particular lines, with
contidonco of thoir merit.
GUTTERING, ROOFING and all kinds of
job work done with despatch, by superior
workmen. Plumbing, in all it? branches, ex?
ecuted. If you want Water carried to all
convenient points about your premises, wo
will do your work at such prices as will enable
all to ai?ord it.
Tho public are invitod to call. Store in
Ehrlich's Building, four doors below Bryce's
corner. Aug lt* t
THE Next Term of tho Sub
jfCO^ scriber's SCHOOL will commence
JIGBfeon WEDNESDAY, September ll,
\mMtrJSiiiu\ continue live months, till 11th
jwjsmw February, 1871. Thorough instruc
v?kJF tion will be imparted in all tho
branches pertaining to a complete English
course, in Ancient and Modorn Languages,
tho Higher Mathematics and Physical Scien?
ces, Vocal aud Instrumental Music.
A competent Assistant will be employed for
tho younger pupllB, who will bo received from
six to eight years of ago, at reduced prices.
Singing will be taught to tho whole snhool,
without extra charge.
Monthly payments required.
For further particulars apply at corner of
Piokens and Camden streets.
Sept 1- fmw W. MULLER.
Good Stablos and Ostlers on the pre?
mises of ExeAHNOE HOUSE.
Cheese! Caeeeel I
OFT BOXE8oboioe cutting CHEESE, just
received and for oalo by
Agg 81 --: > J.AT.B. AGNEW.
i amm J?SX to band. No. 1,2, ?nd
Jh*e^sr?S[& 3 MACKE KEL, catch of 1870.
For galo by_GEORGE 8YMMEB8.
FARMERS, Bavo your Corn and Monoy;
koop your Rtock fat and boaUhy, by hav?
ing a Ryo Pasturo for winter grazing. SEED
for salo by LORRIUK & LOWRANCE.
AMAN to take charge o? Machinery for
tho manufacturo or Doors, Sash, Blinds,
.tc. To a Bober, coropotent person, good
wages and constant employment will be givou.
Apply to JAMES M. ALLEN,
__AugJ2J3_Columbia, 8. C.
MAGIC POWDER for cleaning Gold, Silvor,
Ac, ton cents por box.
Tripoli, for cloaniug Brass, Silver, Gold, Ac,
ten cents per paper.
Bath Brick for cleaning Cutlery, Ac.
Just received and for salo bv
Sept 2_J. A T. It. AGNEW.
THE BROOKS REVOLVING
Cotton Screw Press
/fus stood the Jest three years and took
FIRST PREMIUM last yoar at Now Orloahs,
Memphis and in Mississippi. Sond for
citcnlar to W.8. HENERY, Charleston:GOLD?
SMITH A KIND, Columbia; or
F. A. CONNOR,
Aug 4 Imo General Agent, CokoBbnry.
Valle LYucis, near Columbia, S. C.
FOR each yoong lady's Board,
Washing, Fuol, Lights, Tuition in
^English, Noodlo-Work and Doraea
?tio Economy, $30 per month-or
$300 per scholastic yoar-payab'e
Tho English Courso comprises Orthography, \
Reading, Writing, Arithmetio, Grammar, Geo?
graphy, (Ancient and Modem,) with uso- of |
Globos. Astronomy, Rhetoric, Logic, Compo?
sition, History, (Sacred, Ancient and Modern,)
Chronology, Mythology, Philosophy, (Natural
and Intellectual,) Biography, (Classical and
Modern,) Chemistry, Domestic Economy, Bo?
tany, Phv8iology, Conchology, Geology, Alge?
bra, Geometry, and Book-Keoping.
Extra Chargea for Latin, French, Italian,
Music on Harp, Piano, Guitar, Vocalization,
Drawing and Painting._5?Pfc 1 *m
"ROBERT WOOD & C?7f_
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS.
ARDEN and Cemetery adornments, Cast,
\JT Wrought Iron and Wire Railings, Fount?
ains, Vases, Verandas, Settcee, Arbors, Chaire,
Spiral and straight, in every variety of pat?
tern. New and improved styles of Hay bucks,
Mangers, stable Fixtures, Stall DivisionB, Ac.
PATENT WIRE WORK.
Railings, Store Fronts, Door and Window
Guards, Farm Fencing, Ac.
Having fitted up our Foundry with special
reference to tho above class of work, wo are
now prepared to fill with promptness all or?
dern for Bronze Castings ol Statuary, colossal,
heroic, and life size.
ORNAMENTAL IRON GOODS.
Tho largest assortment to bo found in the
United States, all of which aro executed with
tho express view of pleasing tho taste, while
they combine all tho requisites of beauty and
Purchasers may rely on having all articles
carefully boxed and shipped to the placo of
Designs will bo sent to those who wish to
make a selection._ April 13 6m
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clouXjess. It leaves no mark on
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gray hair>i^inatural color that
time or sicKTr^?may have
bleached out of it/**^^
is for one sole purpose,Jfiat ot
reproducing,w ith absolute cer?
tainty, the naturalAClor of the
hair. It is noi^ntended as a
daily dressiu^fnor for removing
scurf or ?andruff ; nor for cu?
ring hairiness; nor for stimula?
ting trfe growth of the hair.
Thesf objects may be accom
plishil after the color has been
fixed Vith thc Vitalia, by Pha?
lon's Chemical Hair Invigo
THE ViTALr>*i^a harmless
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thc reproduction of lie origi?
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Finest WineB, Ales and Liquors, so say
jonnoissenrs, at EXCHAKOB HOUSE.
AxLOt;AQgjL Salee .
BY D, C. PELXOTT? & BON.
On MONDAY MORNING, tho 5th of Septem?
ber next, in front of tho Court House, in
this oily, at 10 o'clock A. M., we will sell
Tbat desirable COTTAGE, containing aix
rooms, situated npon Gervais street, mea?
suring thereon fifty-two feet more or loss,
running back two hundred and eight feet
more or less. Bounded on North by Gervais
street; on South by H. Don can; on the East
by J. Palmor; on the Wc ut by Jacob Levin.
Upon the premises are all necessary out?
buildings, and a well ot Quo water.
TEUMS OF SALE-One-half cash, balance in
twelve months, seourod by bond and mort?
gage, bearing interest at sevon nor cont.
Purchasers to pay us for papers and stamps.
Aug 2G, 23, 30. Sept 2, A_?_
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & BON.
On MONDAY MORNING, the 5th of Septem?
ber next, in front of the Court House, iu
this city, at 10 o'clock, wo will sell
Tliat valuable property, known as the
"CONGARAE RACE COURSE." situated two
m Jes from Columbia. The tract contains one
hundred and twenty-five acres, more or less.
Upon tho premises there is a BRICK COT?
Tho above is a vory desirable property, and
well worthy tho attention of those desirous of
TERMS OF SALE-One-half cash; balance in
twelve months, seourod by bond and mort gago
boaring interest at soven per cent. Purchas?
ers to pay ns for papers and stamps.
August 20, 28, 30 Bept. 2. 4_
BY D. C. FE?X0TT0 & SON.
On MONDAY MORNING, the 5th of Septem?
ber next, in front of tho Court House, in this
city, at 10 o'clock A. M., will sell without
All that Lot or parcel of LAND, with a four
room COTTAGE and aU necessary, out-build?
ings thereon; butting and bounding North on
Senate stroot; East bv a lot late of Rebecca
P. Bailey; South by a lot hulongine to tho
estate of Bernard Reilly, deceased, ^ud West
by a lot late of George Lim dy. The above lot
mensures fifty-two (52) feet front by two
hundred and eight (208) feet deep.
TEUMS OF SALE-One-half cash, balance in
twelvemonths, secured hy bond and mortgage
bearing internet at seven per cent. Purchases
to pay us for papers and stamps.
Aug 20, 23, 30, Sept 2, 4_
Robert Howell and Michael O. Howell va. Jo?
seph Howell, Elizabeth Chaplin, John J.
Chaplin, Charles Howell, Olin Howell, Jesse
M. Howell, Catharine P. Howell, Daniel B.
Howell, Mary R. Howell, and Sarah MoCol
lum.-Dill for Partition in Equity.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order of the
Circuit Court Bitting i? Equity in the above
stated case, 1 will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY
in September next, in front of tho Court
House in Columbia, within the legal honre,
Two half-acre and 1 one-quarter acre Lota
of LAND in the city of Columbia, being lots
designated aa Noa. 3, 4 and 12, in a plat of tho
squaro bounded by Lady, Barnwell, Gervais
and Henderson streets; said lots aro situated
as follows: Lot No. 3, containing one-half
acre on Gervais street; Lot No. 4, containing
one-half acre on corner of Gervais and Barn?
well streets; Lot No. 12, containing ono-fourth
acre on corner of H.) rn well and Lady streets.
The above can bo treatod for privately.
TERMS OF SALE.-Cash for one-half of bid;
balance in ono year; secured by bond and
mortgage of the promises sold. Purchaser to
pay for stamps and papera.
Aug ll thm P. F. FRAZEE, 8. R. C.
BY virtue of sundry writs ol tieri facias, to
mo directed, I will sell, on the first MON?
DAY in September next, in front of the Court
House, in Columbia, within the legal honra,
All that HOUSE and LOT. (leas the portion
set ofi aa a homestead to tho defendant,) in
tho city of Colombia, situated on Assembly
street, and bounded on tho North by M. H.
Berry, measuring thereon 208 feet; 'East by
Thomas Davis, measuring thereon 85 feet,
more or leas; South by the homestead of the
dofendant, measuring thereon 208 feet, and on
tho West by Assembly street, measuring
thereon 35 feet, moro less.
All that tract of LAND, in Richland County,
containing five hundred (500) aeren, more or
less; hounded by lands of Wi rick, F. Turnip
socd, J. Turnipsecd and tho Greenville and
Columbia Railroad. Levied on as the pro?
perty of Charles J, Bollin, at the suit of Mary
Allon, et al., vs. Charles J. Bollin. Terms
cash. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
Aug 16_i_m th
Nancy Walton, per pro. ami vs. R. 8. Morrison,
Trustee et al.-Bill to change investment.
PURSUANT to the decretal orders in the
above stated case, I will sell at public
outcry, on the FIRST MONDAY in September
next, before t..e Court House in Columbia,
All t hat LOT, wit h tho building thereon, in
tho city of Columbia, bounded North and
West by lands of T. J. Robertson; East by
Wayne street; South by Blanding street, con?
taining one-fourth of one acre, more or less.
Tho above described property ia well locat?
ed, and may be troated for before tho day of
TERMS-Cash; purchaser to pay for stamps
and papers. P. F. FRAZEE, S. R. C.
_Ati(t ll _thm
BY virtuo of sundry executions to mo di?
rected, I will sell, on tho FIRST MON?
DAY AND TUESDAY in Soptumbor noxt, in
front of tho Court Honso in Columbia, within
th? legal hours, tho following property, viz:
18 MULES and 150 Head of CATTLE, levied
on as tho property of Thomas Davis, at the
respective anita of Jesse G. Lykes, Adminis?
trator, Simoon Bawl, Androw Patterson, As?
signee, and tho city of Columbia vs. Thomas
Davis. Terms cash. P. E. FRAZEE,
Augend 23 m th_8. R. C.
State of South Carolinu-Itichland Co.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
D. C. PEIXOTTO Sc SON, AUCTIONEERS.
William H. Lindsay aud Robert W. Johnson
vs. The Broad River Bridge Company, Wil?
liam Gulick and H. E. Scott, Trustees.
Complaint for Belief.
PURSUANT to tho order of His Honor
Judge John T. Green, of date July 1st,
1870, in tho abovo stated cause, I will sell on
tito first Monday in Octobor next, beforo tho
old Court House, the BRIDGE or tho said
BROAD RIVER BRIDGE COMPANY, with its
Franchises and all incidents thereto belonging,
on tho following terms:
That is to say, ouo-fourth caeh; tho remain?
der on a credit of ono and two years, in two
pqual instalments, each bearing interest from
ilato, payable annually, and seoured by bond
with sufficient pei s nuil security, and a mort?
gage of tho premises.
Purchaser to pay for stamps and papers.
JOHN T. RHETT,
Aug 28 m th Special Referee
The Georgia Gin.
THE most universally and doservedly popu?
lar GIN in uso. Evorybody who knows it,
buys it, and those who buy it, aro always
pleased with it. It claims no needles, no con?
densers, no steel brush, but simply to bo tho
t>ost Gin in uso, everything considered.
Prices moder te; finality always guaranteed.
LO BRICE. ?r- LOWRANCE,
Jtdjy 17 2mo_Agents, Columbia.
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