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The Praulkn Adrsnoe on Parls-Tbc
llopiibllc Heartily OietU?.
P?BIS, SoptomberO.-Gambotti placed
Gount ??enmerkerke under surveillance,
Until missing paintings from tho Museum
of Louvre, abstracted under bis admi?
nistration, aro returned..
Th? arrest ot Fietri, late Prefect of
Police, bas been ordered.
The o?binot of Marshal Vaillant, Mi?
nister of tho Imperial household, has
been sealed. .
Au official from Meuohould, tho 5th,
says MoMnhon's army really numbered
130,000. It is extirpated. Transporta?
tion to Germany bas commenced.
The Gaulois Bays tho departure of
Joles Favre to meet the King is continu?
ed by bis absence from the Ministry of
Great French cities accept tho Repub?
lic joyfully. Docrees nbsolviug citizens
from Imperial oaths aud abolishing
stamps-on journals havo been issued.
Victor lingo's sons uro with him here.
Hugo exhorts'the peoplo to calmness aud
The Princess Mathildo wan arrested iu
Normandy and is under guard ut Dieppe.
Her baggage, sixty-two trunks, were re?
tained for examination.
As the Corps Diplomatic huve uot re?
ceived the circular usual under circum?
stance's, the relations betweeu France
and other powers for the moment are
suspended. ' Nothing is heard yet from
the English Cabinet, which is under?
stood to have proposed mediation. Thc
Paris journals declare there is no time
no,W to discuss the form of government.
The French must accept ono already
established, nud prepare for defenoe
Th?-International Workingmeu's So
ciety, addressing tho social Deinocrucj
of . Germany, say Prussia made wai
against the Emperor, . not France, whe
now UBks you to withdraw your armies
otherwise, it will be tho universal dutj
of Frenchmen to re-enact the scenes o
1703. Frenchmen .make no torms witt
an enemy on their soil, but they nr<
friend1? and allies of all free people. Wi
protest against the intervention o
powers, and implore tho Prussians to re
cross th e.Bhi ne.
Journal Officiel publishes the fol
"To THE ARMY: Wbou a general com
promises his command he is relieved
"Whdn the Government puts in peril, b;
ita own weakness, public safety, it is se
aside. This is just what France is doini
in abolishing tho dynasty respousibt
for ?ll-our misfortunes. She has don
badly iu face of all the world. Thi
great aot of justice she executes by tb
decreo under which all your conscript
bav?'been summoned, and iu the sum
eat seen rea public safety. ; To save horse]
the nation needs now but to rise e
moase, and henceforth to oount on tw
things only; its own resolution, which i
invinoible, and your heroism, whieh ha
never bad an equal, and which, ami
Unmerited reverses, bas astonished th
world. Bally around tho glorious syn
bol which, eighty years ago, drove bac
all Europe, united before us us at tin
t?tne. ^'he name .of Republic s'gni?i
the' intimate union of tho army and pee
Sm (for the defence of the country,
igned by the Ministers."
. [The Prefect of Police, by direction <
tho Governor of Paris, orders all Ge
mann unprovided wita special permi
sion to quit the departments of Seit
and.Seine ot. Oise within twenty-foi
hours, beginning at 8 o'clock to-day.
LONDON, September C.-French ayn
pathy meetings have been hold at Lie
eriok and Killarney.
PAEIS, September 6.-It is coniirrac
that the Orleans Princes are en route
Paris. There was a reported diflicul
betweeu Troobu and the Ministry. Tl
Ministry yielded, and harmony was r
stored. The difficulty arose from a pr
position for arming all classes, whit
Troohu successfully opposed. Immen
defence preparations continue. Tl
army are retiring before the Prussii
advance. There seems but one sen
ment among the people-defence
tbe nation and organization are quiet
prooeeding. No dissent, from the ueci
sity of a Republic anywhere. Great i
joicing at the removal of the press co
eoript. The war news and details a
published without hindrance.
PAULS, September 7.-Favre is wait i
for a response to his despatch sent to t
United States Government. It is thoug
the reply will have great effect throng
out the country. Every French to'
heard from accepts the Republic jc
fully. The engineers are destroying t
tunnels running East from Paris.
PAMS, September 7.-Tho Prussic
are at Sisson, marching rapidly Pa?
ward. Nothing from Strasburg. Gi
Trochu reiterates the statement tl
Paris is safe. The Prussians have react
Laon. Trains are arriving hourly fri
the front, with artillery, cavalry and
fautry. The rolling stock of the East?
roads, concentrated hero, have been s<
West aud South.
BRUSSELS, Septomber 7.-Eugenio
the guest of the Hooven family, ut Ch
tea ii Moy esse, uear Brussels.
BERLIN, September 7.-Russia is ubi
proposing a Congress of tho great po wi
Prussia will certainly decline.
ROME, September 7.-Tho proelai
tion of tho French Republic caused p
found sensation. Arrests, which w
numerous before, aro now innumoral
LONDON, September 7.-Tho Nat io
Guard failed to check the Prussi
crossing tho Rhine near Mulhouse. 1
wounded at Sedan havo beon distribu
among tbe villogea and farm houses
the vicinity. 12,000 of McMahon's ar
are at Meizieres; 20,000 aro betw
Vouziers aud at Locheue.
LONDON, September 7.-Tho Ti
nays if France refuses to treat, the
public will perish, because Frenchmen
more jealous of military glory than
right of justice to others.
The weather is stormy and rail
falling in torrents.
ST. PETERSBURG, Septem^^
F? iO?ry? MioiBter t? Franca here, re-,
signed and inatantly left tue country.
LONDON, i>?p to ia per 7i--cThe ?Xrn&has
several bitter nrtiolos on tue abs?noo and
apathy of the .Queen ;and.^Pri?cess, who
aro deer-stalki?g while Europe Ts quok
iug lo its foundation. Th??nglish Min?
istry, by bereu 1mn efforts, have restrained
Greece from burling her vast energies
into the coutest. This summaries Eng?
land's coudnct in tljo supremo crisis of
VIENNA,.September 7.-I; is^sserted
that tho accession of Austria to ?he ueu
trul leuguo has been qualified by tho
coudition that mediation ia prohibited.
HAVANA, September 7.-Col. Aceta
reports the killing of forty insnrgeuts in
tho Canns region. Geucral Caro is
reported ns surrendered.
BOSTON, September 7.-Tho different
cities and towna to-day voted ou licens?
ing the salo of lager beer aud ale. The
small towns voted "no."
NEW YOUK, September 7.-A special
to the Herald says: The journey of the
Imperial Prince is strictly private, his
governor prohibiting conversations on
account of bis health.
Grnmmout is bore, having escaped via
Havre. Bo converses freely, and says
the revolutionary government cannot
last. All receut tests, he said, prove its
movers have not tho confidence of the
people. Men uow iu power ure those
whose efforts heretoforo were directed to
embarrass the real government and
assure the failure of war. Republican
agents are constantly endeavoring to
shake tho confidence and destroy thc
disciplino of the army.
He attributes the loss of several battles
to this cause, and does not seo how fo?
reign governments eau recognize the Re?
public. To-morrow, another batch might
get up aud declare themselves the pro
visional government, and involve thecitj
in bloodshed. He considers that mud
bloodshed might result, and more thar
is thought probable, if arms are placet
in tho hands of the lower classes. Tb<
first new reverse or upproach of the
Prussians before the city might be tin
sequel for the overthrow of the presen
self-constituted ministry and tho oreatiot
of another. He, ( w ammoot, confides it
Troohu, but apprehends that ho will uo
bo permitted to boru his own way. H
believes Franco fully ablo to viudicnb
ber honor aud expel tho Prussians fron
her territory. Ho declines to express bi
opinion as to tho futuro fate of the Em
peror or dynasty. Grammout had a lon]
interview with Gladstone and Granville
The instructions to Lord Lyons, Unglisl
Minister to Paris, aro to the effect to re
cognizo tho actual authorities, but avoid
as far as possible, fermat recognition.
SARATOGA, N. Y., September 7.-Afte
appointing tho usual committee ou ere
dentials, rules, Arc, the Republican Cou
vention took recess until 5 o'cloak.
NEW YORK, September 7.-Speci
shipments to-day ?3300,000. Bids fe
Government gold reached $2,500,00(
WASHINGTON, September 7.-Secretar
Cox is corresponding with missiouar
and religious organizations to seem
The Attorney-General decides tbf
appropriations for specific objects at
not anuual appropriations within th
meaning of the luvv. This docisio
allows light bouses and public improvi
ments to proceed.
AIILEOHANX SPRINGS, VA., Septembi
7.-In a private letter to a friend hen
tho Hon. Alex. H. Steveus says he
slowly regaining his health, aud is busi!
engaged writing a sobool history of tl
United States. General Robert E. Li
has returned to Lexington, from tl
Hot Springs, cured of bis rheumatism.
Crops in Eastern Virginia aro suffe
ing from drought.
Eastern bound truins aro crowdi
with visitors from tho Virginia ?Spring
homeward bound. Tho season is rapid
drawing to u close. There is still
throng of visitors boro. Among tl
number, are Generais Beauregard, Hu
dee and ox-Governor Hibert.
CHARLESTON, September 7.-Arrived
Steamships Champion, New York; J. ^
Everman, Philadelphia; Maryland, Bi
timore; brig C. V. Williams, Philad*
phia; brig Minnie Abbe, Bostou.
A geutlemau and wife, at Portlau
Me., who recently arrived ut the digni
of a "tin wedding," bad tho ball-way
his house so stocked with tin pans, po
kettles and other ornaments, that
soon became impossible for tho serva
to answer the door-bell without goi
through tho basement.
Tho total nbmber of immigrants i
riving at Castle Garden, New Yoi
since tho first of January last is stat
at 163,507, a decreaae for this year til
far, as compared with lust your, of 2
401 persons. Tho principnl falling
is in German immigrants.
A lady frieud had repeatedly call
her little son to como and say bis pn
ers, as it was bed-time. Wearied at 1
by her importunity, he stopped his p
and said: "What's the matter, marni:
is God in a hurry?"
The population of Paris, according
a census taken in 18G3, amounted
2,150,010 souls, of whom 2.028.73G w
born in Frouce; that is, 833,478 in 1
department of tho Seine, and 1,205,1
in other departments.
Private telegrams at Loudon fr
Pokin, announce that another massa
has beeu committed by the Chinese
that city. The British Consul is said
have been among the victims.
EXECUTED.-Andrew Tarpley, a
lored boy, aged fifteen years, was ht
at Graham, N. C., on the 26th ultit
for au outrage ou a white girl aj
eleven years. He confessed bis guilt.
Tho Mormons now trot ont a won
who has married her brother, and ol
long ) New England to show anytb
like it. Will Boston be beaten in soi
bility iu that way?
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NEW; IfoBK, September ^^Noon.
Stocks steady. Gold 14j.j. Money 4@
6. Sterling nncbaDg^d; 62's 12^. Float
dull and declining. Wheat l@2o.
lower. Oom lo. lower. Mesa pork
heavy, et 27.00(3)27.25. Cotton quiet
uplands 20. Freights firmer.
7 F. M.-Money quiet and steady, at
5@f>. Sterling quiet, at 9?4'. Gold 14#
<&l?%. 62's, 12)?. Southern's steady
in Tennessee's Virginia's and Georgia's,
but generally weak in other bouda, espe?
cially North Carolina's. Tennessee's,
G2; uew60.'4'; Virginia's, 67j?; new, G73,';
Louisiaun, 72; new, 75; levee's, 74*?; 8's,
87; Alabama 8'H, 100>/.;5's, 09; Georgia's
82; 7*3,00; North Carolina's, 50?^; new,
28; South Carolina's, 80; new, G9. Oot
tou iu fair demand and lower-sales
1,800 bales; uplauds 19%. Flour-State
aud Western heavy, and 5.10c lower;
superflue email@example.com; Southern dull and
lower; common to fair extra 5.35@.
G.20; good to choice G.firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat
a shudo lowor for winter, with fair ex?
port demand; spring heavy und l@2c
lower; winter red and amber western
2.89; uew 2.30,'?. Corn dull and l?2o
lower, at 80. Beef quiet. Pork lower,
at 26.32. Lard lower; kettle 16?4'@17;
Whiskey heavy aud lower, at 93. Gro?
ceries quiet and firm. Turpentine 40.
Rosiu very strong. Tallow heavy, at
BALTIMORE, September 7.-Flour firm
und unchanged. Wheat unchanged, ex?
cept Westeru, which is better; Southern
nominal, at 1.40@.1.G5. Corn-white
.Southern 80@85; yellow Southern 85@
90. Provisions with better feeling aud
prices unchanged. Whiskey quiet.
Cotton dull nod prices lower-middling
19%; sales 200; stock 955.
LOUISVILLE, September 7.-Bagging
active, at 29?29,??. Flour quiet. Corn
dull aud unchanged. Providions, firm
ST. Loris, September 7.-Bagging
firm, at 29'.j@30. Machine rope 8@
8)?. Flour aud whiskey unohaugod.
Provisions quiet. Pork 28.00. Shoul?
ders 14lV, ; clear sides 18?4@18J.,'. Lard
GALVESTON, Soptember 7.-Cotton
quiet but firm-good ordinary 15; sales
lil bulos; net receipts 59; stock 4,779.
CINCINNATI, September 7.-Flour dull
-family 5.50(at5.75. Corn drooping.
Whiskey dull, ut 90@91, small sales.
Pork nominal, and held nt 27.25(5)27.50.
Lani dull, atl7,l.j. Bacou held firmly
shoulders llJ?; clear sides 18; sugar
cured hams scarce and advanced to
NEW OltLEANS, September 7.-Flonr
irregular-superfine 5.50; double G.15@
G;25; treble 6.50(?d5.75. Corn firmer
mixed 85; yellow email@example.com; whito 100.
Others unchanged. Cotton dull-low
middling 18; sales 1,200 bales; receipts
351; stock 10,106.
MOBILE, September 7.-Ootton dull
iniddliug 17?4@17|??; Hales 50 bales; re?
SAVANNAH, September 7.-Cotton
in good demand-middling 17 sales
200 bales; uet receipts 660; stock 3,223.
AUOUSTA, September 7.-Cotton closed
weak, at )4'@/? ?ff; saleB 196 bales; re?
ceipt? 236; middlings 17jii(a)17^;.
CHARLESTON, September 7.-Cottou
demand good and prices slightly easier
middlings 18(318.!.!'; sales 200 bales; net
receipts 285; exports coastwise 454;
LONDON, September 7-Noon.-Con?
sols 91%. Bauds 88;^.
FRANKFORT, September 7.-Bonds
closed buoyant, at 9224.
LIVERPOOL, September 7-3 P. M.
Cottou dull-uplauds 9J^@9^; Orleans
A despatch from Providence, R. I.,
September 1, says: On Suuday, two
brothers, named James H. and Frede?
rick Owens, while partially iutoxicated,
weie seen lighting on board a sail boat
on the river, about ten miles from this
city. They were remonstrated with,
and soon continued on their course. The
next morning their boat was found
washed ashore, but the brothers were
missing. This afternoon both bodies
wore recovered in tho river, cut and
bruised, indicating that they had re?
sumed their fighting und fell overboad.
A letter from Bauderheim, four miles
North of Strasburg, dated August 19,
says: Miss Clara Carton, so well known
for her services during our war, came
from Strasburg three days ago with the
American consul to recommence her
philanthropic labors hero. She and hor
companion agree that the oitizens of
Strasburg would bo by no menus unwil?
ling to opeu their gates to tbe Germans,
but aro kept iu awe by the military.
The Empresa having left the Tuileries,
to attend the Emperor in Germany, the
paluoe was invaded on Suuday by the
crazy populace, who aro reported to have
committed the most extravagant depre?
dations upon tho imperial arms, orna?
ments, and all works of art suggestive of
tho Bonaparte dyuusty.
The American fishing schooner Lizzie
E. Parr, of Gloucester, Mass., captured
by tho government schooner La Cana?
dienne, six miles abovo the Seven
islands, while fishing, has been carried
into Quebec. Tho prize is loaded with
icu, and has about 2,000 pounds of fish
on board. Tho case will come before
tho courts on Monday for adjudicution.
MAD -Tho King of Prussia may bo
mad, and such "wonderful luok" is
enough to erazo anybody, but what a
"method" his maduess has?
Gen. Robert E. Leo was unauimously
elected President of tho Valley Railroad,
at a meeting of the stockholders held iu
Staunton, Va., on Thursday last. Tho
salary is $5,DOO.
A Vermont husband frustrated his
wife's elopement by locking up ber silk
dress. She said she wouldu't be seen
eloping in a shilling calico.
Red Cloud's new name for the loco?
motive is "coughing boss."
Century fine-cut Chewing Tobacoo, to?
be bad at POLLOCK'S.
??-- . -county Nomination*, Tte. - ?
LAURENS, S. G., Sop tomber 0, 1870.
.Tho following is tbs nominations made
by tbe Reform Party for this County:
LEGISLATURE-Capt. Jared S. Johnson,
Rev. Toliver Robertson, Col. Taudy
Walker, Brisco Sheridan, (colored.)
FOR JUDGE OT PRORATE-William H.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONER-Robert Year
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS-Joel F.
Smith, Mao Laugstou, J. D. Byrd.
Yesterday beiug salo day, quito a
crowd was here. Evorytbing paused off
quietly, until about 5 o'clock, when a
perfect rush was made down street ia
tho direction of tho depot. A runnor
soon brought tho news that two negroes,
Jed'. Puller and Robbin Harris, alias
Eppes, bad a light, and that Jeff shot
and killed Robbin. Jeff is now lodged
in jail. The weapon used was a pistol.
The ball entered the left breast, heuoo
died immediately. Cause of difficulty,
Robbin slapped Jeff's child hard enough
to make it cry.
The County Nominating Convention
for Anderson met on September 5. Tho
following nominations were made for tho
SENATE-James A. Hoyt.
REPRESENTATIVES-John B. Moore,
Dr. John Wilson, James Minor, (colored)
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS-B. F. Cray
ton, J. W. Norris, W. S. Piokene.
PRORATE JUDGE-W. W. Humphreys.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONER-W. H. Hayuie.
Messrs. Moore and Wilson were mem?
bers of tho last General Assembly. Tho
nominees for County officers are tho in?
cumbents in every instance. Wo are
informed that this ticket will bo elected
by a largo majority.
CHIEF JUSTICE CHASE.-The Now York
Star has this important item:
"We have just learned with deep re?
gret that Chief Justico Chase bas for
some timo past boen suffering from a
paralytic stroke, which, without entirely
destroying the use oi his limbs, incapa?
citates him for walking without help,
and seriously affects his mind. His re?
covery is desired rather than coufidently
expected; indeed, it is considered doubt?
ful whether he will again be able to re?
sume the arduous duties of the bench,
though it will be remembered that Judge
Grier remained on tho bench for several
years after ho became partially paralyzed.
The Chief Justice is now at the country
seat of Seuator Spraguo, his son-in-law,
If this be true, it changes the Presi?
dential programme for 1872, and Chief
Justice Chuso becomes a curious parallel
of Wm. H. Crawford.
A most amusing ?cone occurred the
other day on the departure of a Berlin
regiment to the seat nf war, at a Berlin
railway depot. A woman was dividing
her farewell addresses pretty equally be?
tween two men, aud everybody sup?
posed they must be her husband and
her brother. After the traiu had gone a
sympathizing spectator made tho re?
mark to her that it must como very hard
on hor to lose in this manner her hus?
band nud her brother at the same time.
"Oh, you are mistaken, sir," exclaimed
tho weeping woman, "it was not my
brother; one of them is my present hus?
band, and tho other is a mau from whom
I was divorced six months ago."
The public debt was further decreased
$13,103,325.59 dnriug August, aud
amounts to $2,355,921,150. This is
?83,107,320.76 less than it was six
months ago. The Treasury holds $139,
010,665, of which $102,501,705 is in
coin. The nou-iutereat bearing debt
amounts to $121,573,675. The Pacific
Railroad statement, given in connection
with that of tho debt, shows no material
chango iu its direction.
f, as Lucy Stone says, "the cradle is
the womau's ballot-box," there bas got
to be a law passed io Indiana against
"repeating." A woman there has just
cast three votes at once.
In tho life of every woman there aro
two grand epochs at which she is willing
to tell her age-when she is sixteen and
when she is 100.
A modest music dealer was recently
nou-plussed by a lady as stout us Parepa
Rosa, who inquired: "Have yon 'Put
Me in My Little Bed?' "
It appears by an official statement that
during tho past twelve months the eleven
railways companies in New York city
curried over 113,000,000 of passengers.
A fat man at Wilmington, N. O., went
in swimming, and tho people turned out
and were about to harpoon him, think?
ing be was a whale.
During a recent fire iu n rural town of
Kentucky, tho proprietors of tho liquor
saloons successfully employed tho whis
key kept for salo to quench tho flames.
Genuine Durham Smoking Tobacco,
to be had at POLLOCK'S.
Pepsin and Pancreatine Preparations
WE tako pleasure in callinji thc attention
of L'hytdciaus to a claus of medicinal
preparations but recently introduced, and
which from tho results already obtained, will
soon bocomo recognized remedies. Papata
digests tho moro solid portiona of food, and
funereal im; tho oily and fatU subat anees.
Persons, therefore, with weak digestions, in?
fanta with deranged stomachs, have a safe and
sure remedv. Hooks for distribution at thc
atoro of E. H. HKINIT8H,
Aug 12f Druggist and Apothecary.
"PHUINE? PH??? E ! i "
AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITION.
A8 far as heard from, thia new and extra?
ordinary Fertilizing COMPOUND ia in
a J vance of all othcru, and baa, BO far, defied
competition. In tho great raco of growth and
production, it stands at the head of tho hat.
For sale by E. H. HEIN1TSH,
July 22 f_Druggist and Uhemlst.
Sapolio *. Sapoiio ! !
THE brightest and beat. Cheaper and
better than any other Poliah for Tin,
Braun, Steel, Iron, Glans, Wood, and all other
metallic surfaces. For sale by
July 8 t E. H. HE?NIT8H, Druggist.
- O . A , BEDELL'
J. H . & M . Xi. EIN ABD.
IDEG to inform my numerous city and
country friends that I havo mado an en
Sagement with tho woll known and popular
ry Gooda HOUBO of J. H. & M. L. KIN ARD,
of Columbia, 8. C., and will, bo pleased to see
them at that establishment, ono door 8ontb
of Columbia Hotol. Knowing full well, that 1
with tho GUE AT ADVANTAGES this house
possesses in variety and extent of stock, tho
small profits at which goods are sold, and tho
immense buaiucsu that tho houso dooa, I am
placed in a position to oder greater induce?
ments to my blonda to purchase from mo than
heretofore. C. A. BEDELL.
Sept 6 113_
1870. FALL AWWIWER 1870.
WE have now on hand, and receiving al?
most daily, GOODS suited lo thu wants
of tho coming season. All thc departments
aro completo, both in tho wholosalo and re?
tail rooms. We only ash an inspection of our
f;ooda to conviuco thc most sceptical that wc
lavo tho beat STOCK of GOODS suited to ?lie
wants of tho peoplo over oxhibited in this
market, at thia season ?if tho year. Those
who are in doubt, call and bo convinced, at
W. D. LOVE A CO.'S,
Ono price Dry Goods Store,
Columbia Hotol Building, Main street.
W. D. LOVK.
B. B. MCCKEEHY.
Agenta for the Empiro Sowing Machinc
ono of thc best. Sopt 1
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
GBEENVILI.E AND COI.UMniA.ItAII.nOAD Co.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Soptombcr 4,1870.
ON and arter this dato, THROUGH TICK?
ETS to New York, Philadelphia, Balti?
more, Washington and Richmond can bo
purchased at tho following stations on Hus
road, viz: Groeovillo, Anderson, Abbeville,
Cokosbury, Newborrv and Alston.
JOHN H. MORE, Genoral Sup't
M. T. BAUTLETT, General Ticket Agent.
THE undersigned will apply to A. Elird,
Judgoof Probato for Lexington County,
at Lexington Court House, on MONDAY, tho
3d day ot October next, for a final dischargo
aa Administratrix of tho estate of H. S. Boyd,
ELIZABETH E. BOYD.
LEESVILLE, 8. C., August 30,1870.
MAGIC POWDER for cleaniug Cold, Silver,
Ac, ten couts per box.
Tripoli, for cleaning Brass, Silver, Gold, Ac.
ten conta per paper.
Bath Brick for cleaning Cutlery, Ac.
Just received and for salo bv
Sept 2_J. & T. H. AGNEW.
ICE! HIE ! ICE! !
HAVING put my mschino in opor&tlou,
now inform tho public that I am ready
to supply any and all orders for ICE. Price two
cents per pound by tho retail. For 100 pounds
or more, Agreements will be made. Tho .Ice
can be obtained at either thc upper or lower
store. J. C. 8EEGBR8.
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAVINO ontored irtto the manufacture nf J
BRICK and QUARRYING of GRANITE,
and purchased of Mosers. Wright A Vinn, one
of their new patent Brick Machines, capable
of turning out from 40.000 to tii),000 bricks per
day, aro now prepared to make contracts and
furnish parties with any quantities of bricks
desired. Apply to HAUDY SOLOMON, at hi?
store, or at the South Carolina Bank and
Trust Company. 8ept 3
IF YOU WANT A F.IR8T-OLA8S GOLD OR
8ilvcr WATCH and CHAIN, call at
IF you want a FINE SET OF JEWELRY,
call at ISAAC SULZBAOHER'S.
IF you aro in uood of SOLID SILVER or
PLATED WARE, call at
IF your eves aro failing, and you want tho
BEST SPECTACLES, e&U at
IF you want a good and reliable TIME-PIECE
or OLOCK, call at
Juno 1_ISAAC SULZBAOHER'S.
THE "ARROW TIE" was invented and pa
tontod by Mr. J. J. McConib, while a resi?
dent of New Orleans, previoiiB to tho late
war-and sales of considerable quantity wero
mads hero in ism .
Sinco tho war, it has been gradually grow
iug in favor in every section where cotton is
Tho manufacture and salo of that TIE ia tho
exerciao on the part of McCOMB of an unim?
peachable proprietary right.
For ualo by all dealers in Iron Ties and
country merchants generally, under full gua?
rantee at tho lowest market priccH.
ROBERT MURE & CO., General Agents.
Charleston, S. C.
CH uti.KS L, BAUTLETT, Columbia, S. C., Ge?
neral Traveling Agent for the Carolinas.
Grand Clearing Out Sale
To make Room for New Stock, .
At C. K. J.VCICSO.V.'S
J. B. LasSALLE,
Railroad Contractor and Bridge Builder
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
July IC _ 3mo _
E. Morris, Columbia, S. C.,
MANUFACTURER of COTTON GINS, at
?3.50porsaw. Our Gins aro warranted
to ploaao in overy rospect, or no sale. Pre?
mium awarded at last State Fair. Also, Wood
Turning in every description and style, at
short notice._Jane 80 8m o
Stocks and Bonds, Gold and Silver.
BANK BILLS AND COUPONS, JURY. CER?
TIFICATES. COUNTY CLAIMS, fte., &e.,
bought and sold by D. GAMBRILL,
OFFICE-Columbia Hotol Building.
August 21_3 ni o
i)pr BOXES choice cutting CHEESE, just
iJ*J received and for Bal? by
Ann 31 J. k, T. R AGNEW.
Old Java Coffee.
MATS Old Government JAVA COFFEE
for aale at roduced prices. E. HOPE
State of South Carolina-Richland Co.
IN TBE COMMON FLEAS.
D. 0. P?IX0TT0 & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
William H. Lindsay and Robert W. Johnson
us. Tho Broad Rivor Bridge Company, Wil?
liam O ulick and H. E. Scott, Trustees.
Complaint for Belief.
PURSUANT to tho order of His Uonor
Judge John T. Creon, of date July let,
1870, in tho abovo stated cause, I will Bell on
the first Mondavvin October next, before tho
old Court Hnuso, tho MUDGE of the said
BROAD RIVER BRIDGE COMPANY, wilh its
franchises and all incidents thereto belonging,
on the following terms:
That is to say, one-fourth paeh; thc remain?
der on a credit of ono and two years, in two
equal instalments, okeh bearing interest from
dato, payable annually, and secured by bond
with sufficient personal security, and a mort?
gage or tho premises.
I'm-chaser to pay for stamps and papers.
JOHN T. REE IT,
Aug 28 mth 2$t3 Special Referee.
Valuable Farm for Sale in Edgefield
County, South Carolina.
IOFFER Tor salo my FARM, in Edgefleld
Conuty, situated on the Mt. Willing Road,
tour miles from is at es ville, Charlotte, Colom?
bia and Augusta Railroad. Tho said Farm
contains SOU acres, and is well improved, with
good dwelling, giu house (nearly new) and all
necessary out-buildings, and a well of good
water in "tho yard.
For further particulars apply to E. W.
MOLENNA on tho premises, (post oflioe Lees?
ville,) or to tho undersigned on Goodland
Swamp, Orangcburg County, (poBt omeo
Blackville, S. G.) ARIEL ABLE.
Valle 'Cruds, near.?olumb'ia, S. C.
#FOR oaCb young lady's Board,
Washing, Fool, Llgbt8, Tuition in
English, Needle-Work and Domes?
tic .Economy, ($30 per month--or
$800 por acholas tic year-pay ab'e.
$150 in advance.
Tho English Courao comprises Orthography,
Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Grammar, Geo?
graphy, (Ancient and Modern,) - with usc of
Globes. Astronomy, Rhetoric, Log ic Compo?
sition, History, (Sacred, Ancient and Modern,)
Chronology, Mythology, Philosophy, (Natural '
and Intellectual,) Biography, (Classical and
Modern,) Chemistry, Domestic Economy, Bo?
tany, Physiology. Couchplogy, Goology, Alge?
bra", O'cOinetry, aud Book-Kceping.
ExtraOharges for 'Latin. French, Italian,
Music on Harp, Piano, Guitar, Vocalization,
Drawing and Painting._Sept 1 lm
University of South Carolina,
COLUMBIA, S. O., August 0,1870.
#THE nest, the sixty-fourth An?
nual Session of this Institution,
will open on MONDAY, October 3,
1870, and continue, without inter?
mission, to the ensuing July.
Tho advantage of a complete
education is offered .at this institution to
Students iu Law, (tho graduates hoing enti?
tled to practice in tho Courts of the St^tp;) in
Medicine, (tho course bf inst ruction being ox
tensive and thorough, ?.with two written ex?
aminations durinrritr?oseoBi?n;) in Enginaer
ing, Mathematics, Mental, Moral .and Political
PhilosophV, Histpry, l?lflt?ric, English Lite?
rature, Ancient , ana Modern Languages, and
in the Scientific S?bool?. .'
Expenses, i. e., for .University F?es and
Board, for session of nine months, are:
For Student in Academic Schools, about $260.
For .Student in Law,.or Medicine, abput $265.
State Students are received from;the seve?
ral Counties, upon the racommdatiou of their
Representatives and the .appointment of the
Governor. . % W. BARNWELL,
Ang 0 2mo_Chairman of tho Faordty.
University ol Virginia
^JJ. THE Session of thia Ina ti t ut i on
JT?Kk commences annually on the first
ihW'1*'' of OCTOBER, and continues,
^flSBEfiwithout interruption, till tho
ISra?r'rhnrsday preceding the 4th of
?nS^ July ensuing.
Tho organization of tho Institution is very
complete, embracing extensive and thorough
courses of instruction in Literature and
Mc ie nee and in tho prc fessions bf Law, Medi?
cine and Engineering.
Tho ex pu nues of tho Academic or Law Stu?
dent, exclusive of the coat of Text-Books and
clothing, and pocket money, amount to about
$365 per session of niuo months; and of the
Engineering or Medical Student to about
$305, of wbioh sums, respectively, $220 or
$250 is payable on admission, and the balance
in the progress of tho session.
For details aond for catalogue, P. O. *'Uni
vcraity o? Virginia." 8. MA?PIN,
July 30 36 _Chairman of the Faculty.
South Carolina-Richland County.
Harvey Torry, Plaintiff, against tho Receiver,
and Stockholders of tho Commercial Bank
of Columbia, South Carolina, Defendants.
Summons ami Complaint, oh Money Bemand.
ON motion of F. W. McMastor, Attornoy for
tho Defendants in abovo case, it is order?
ed, that tho Defendants have further time to
plead, auswer. or demur to tho above stated
action, to wit: until the lat day of OCTOBER
next. It is further ordered, that tho Plaintiff
do give to the Clerk of thia Court security for
coats iu this case, and that the Clerk publish
this order once a week in the Columbia PHOE?
NIX until 1st October next. By order of Court.
D. B. MILLER. C. O. C.
CLKUK'S OFFICE, COLUMBIA, July 6, 1870.
State of South Carolina-Bichland Co.
Susan P. Gibbes, et al , vs. Anna M. Guignard
and Jamos S. Guignard, Administrator, et al.
? * ? * ?
IN complianco with the decretal ordor in the
above stated case, the creditors of the tate
James Sanders Guignard are hereby notified
that they aiorcquired4o present and establish
by proof their respect ive demands against bis
estate, on or before tho 1st of NOVEMBER
next, before me, at my oflloo in Columbia,
South Carolina. D. B. DF.SAUSSURE,
Kept 3 %_Special Referee.
United ?States District Court-South
Jn re tho Laurens Railroad Company, Bank?
rupt.- In Bankruptcy.
11HE creditors or the Laurena Railroad,
bankrupt, aro required by order of the
Court, dated 26th August, 1870, to render and
establish their respectivo liens, before C. G.
Jaeger, Hegister, within thirty dava from tho
publication hereof, or they will be precluded
from an v distribution of the assets of the said
bankrupt. JAMES M. BAXTER,
NCWUBBBV, 8. C., Bopt. 6, 1870. Assignee.
City Machine Works,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
^^^^^^j^^l^^^^^^^^ is ^ p r o^p a. r o^d ^to
May 2? 3mo RICHARD TOZER.
BUSHELS Primo Heavy OATS
A )\}\J for salo low by
Finest Wipes, Aloa and Liquors, so say
connoisseurs, nt EXCHANGE HOUSE.