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Joy at ?ic Recognition of tn? Republic
by thu United States- Appointment br
BONDON, September 7.-The Times to?
day, in'its city article, commenting on
tho prostration of business and nnsteadi -
noaa in the market for securities, says
tho'prioo of Federal bonds depeuds on
tho success of the Prussians.
u. Tho Times' special from Paris, 7th,
say3 tho new Republican Government
counts Upon the moral and material sup?
port bl tno United States, us their old
ally. Its organs, this morning, call on
Favre to address himself directly to the
Washington Government for aid. These
jbtirnals forget the influential German
population in the United Stutes, and
that this is tho reasou so large a portion
of American Republicans are on the
Gen. Venoy's corps is pushing into
Paris. Tho Prussians continue forced
The plan of the Republican Govern?
ment is to leave the departments free to
organiza their own defeuco, which plan
ia universally approved.
The Soir, this oveuiug, gives a singu?
lar account of the interview between tho
King and Emperor. Tho King bohuved
like a brdte, and, from a descrpition of
tho meeting, must have beeu drunk.
But.for the intervention of the Crowu
Prince and Bismarck tho King would
have hud the Emperor shot
The Sun's speciul from 1 ... is, 7th,
says: "The last person arrested hythe
Imperial police was Gen. Cluseret, and
the first by tho Republicau police
Princess Mathilde, who was ruuning
away with 52,000,000.
It is rumored that Venoy was worsted
in .an encounter with tho Prussians.
Every day brings to light new Impe?
rial swindles. Tho seventh regiment of
tho line received blank cartridges, and
Other regiments received cartridges made
The appointment of Henri Martin, as
Mayor of Paris municipals, indicates
tho character of others. Everything is
quiet and victualing of tho city nearly
completed. A stroug movement exists
in favor of giving General Cluseret com
. mund of the National Guard. Cluseret
wants organization of the volunteers or
nothing. Korutry is exceedingly un?
The Herald's special says: "Last night
waa calm. To-day there aro symptoms
of sadness aud dejection. No one
-knows what will be doue. There is no
fire, no spirit in tho people. Tho cry is,
.the Prussiaus are approaching,' aud the
Government is busy distributing places.
Yesterday all the police were dismissed
and the people left unprotected. To?
day how men wero substituted.
"Troops ave marching into Paris.
Many bear appearances of hard cam?
paigning. Most of them have seen bat?
tle, and look dejected but calm."
" Muhr is attacked by some journals
With the ugly rumor that there are no
balls to fit many cannon on the fortifica
. ! A story is circulating that 100,000
chusscpots have beeu found iu the cellars
< T-he French women have issued au ad?
dress to women of all nations.
. ?' Delegates have been sent to Klug
William. Bismarck domnnds Alsace
and Lorraine, the Baltic fleet, and 4,000,
The Red journals demand tho dis?
missal of the employees of thc iate Go?
vernment engineers, mining the heights
of Mo ut m at re.
At the Hotel de Ville, the Emperor's
portrait was destroyed and that of the
Empress turned to the wall. No words
were spoken against Eugenie.
BRUSSELS. September 8.-Tho Inde?
pendence Beige, describing the arrival of
tho Prince Imperial at Mous, says he
was attended by three persons iu plain
clothes. No carriage being in waiting,
tho party took au omnibus for the hotel,
where a great crowd assembled; and the
Prince showing alarm, tho landlord re?
assured bim, by saying: "Have no fear,
monsieur; you ave in a neutral, peaceful
country, where harm cannot befall you."
PARIS, September 8.-Robert Mitchell
and Paul Cossugue were captured at
BERLIN, September 8.-King William
entered Rheims on Monday.
PARIS, September 8.-Every armory
is engaged repairing arms; those on bund
aro generally worthless. Not a single
French flag was oaptured at Sedan-all
were burned before the capitulation.
The Prussians aro expected before the
walls to-morrow. Jules Favro received
tho adhesion of the entire Paris press.
PARIS, September 8.-Tho French
Consul at Basie telegraphs that the sortie
from Strasburg killed 10,000 Prussiaus,
and captuted many guns. Tho Prussians,
in attempting to oross tho border near
Port Ansterlitz, were absolutely annihi?
lated by tho metraillcuse posted at port
LONDON, September 8.-There was an
immense French sympathy meeting, last
night, at New Castle ou-Tyne.
MADRID, September 8.-In view of re?
cent important events, tho Coustitueut
Cortes hus been called for, September
PARIS, Soptember 8.-Favro was much
moved when Washbnrno anuouueed
Amerieau rocognitiou. Grasping Wash
burno by the hand, he exclaimed, I re?
ceive tho notification with gratitude and
profound emotion. It is reported that
Louis Blanc goes to Loudon; Sedon
Rollin to Washington; and Dufruesso to
Vienna as French Ambassador*.
BRUSSELS, September 8.-Palikao is at
LONDON, September 8.-It is rumored
that tho French have made peace propo?
sals to the King of Prussia.
BBRLIN, September 8.-Part of Lo?
raine and all of Alsace will probably bo
demanded. The Western frontier to
commence at Esch, on the border of
Luxemburg, flanking Moselle about ten
milos from its Western bank; crossing
thoMosel lo nt Ju moy, hiAt w?y^ between
Mets and Pont-a-Mousson; then follow?
ing the course of tho Moselle and
Meurthe, ten miles from the Eastern
bank of the Meurthe to Mount Daber:
The South-western frontier will embrace
the upper and lower Rhine departments
and Haute and Bas Rhine, comprehend?
ing Alsace, Saarburg, Saargelout, Metz,
Tbionville, Chateau, Silacs, Ffalsbarg,
Bistchc and Weisenburg.
Bazaine is still negotiating for the
surrender of Metz. Tho French prison?
ers are enthusiastic over tho deposition
of the Emperor. Napoleou is at Wil
helmshn. He receives every , courtesy
PAMS, September 8.-The Journal Of?
ficiel soys, notwithstanding preliminary
failures, mediation may succeed. Tho
proclamation of a republic created iu
tenso agitation iu Italy. No Prussians
aro yet in the Department of tho Seine.
Strategists are puzzled at tho abandon?
ment of the aiego of Montmedy. The
Prussians, nuder Geu. Mooring, oct
BERLIN, September S.-The thought
of udmittiug mediation or intervention
has been abaudoued, at least for the pre?
PARIA, September 8.-The Prussiaus
occupy S'. ) Dizier. Twenty thousand
Prussiaus appeared before L ion. Com?
munication with M?lhausen aud Mcc
ziers hus been restored. It is reported
that the garrison of Strasburg made a
successful eortio jesterday, killiug ninny
Prussians. It is said the Prussians have
beeu decimated since the re-commeuoe
ment of the siege.
PARIS, September 8.-Favre received
the employes of tho foreign office and
said he would make no present changes,
as those accustomed to the duties were
much needed aud the demand devolved
the assistance of all in untionul need. Fo?
reign Ambassadors visited the uew Min?
istry yesterday. The Committee on De?
fence met permanently. Nearly all depu?
ties of the majority has left Paris. Reports
come in from all quarters of a contem?
plated mediatiou, but there is no cessa?
tion in preparations for national defence.
It is reported that measures have been
takeu iu Lyons to resist the Government,
if necessary, because the Government is
Tho Prussians aro reported to bo ad?
vancing by tho valley of Aisno. The
journals say the forests of Campeigne and
and Chantilly should he burned, ns they
might benefit the enemy. It is under?
stood, in case of mediatiou, that Lord
Lyons, Chevalier Nigra, Italian Minister,
Siguor Olozogu, Spauish Minister, aud
Washburn will go to the Prussian King's
MADRID, September 8.-All classes are
satisfied with the French revolution, aud
have telegraphed congratulations to the
LONDON, September 8.-Tho healthful
re-action in the stock market is hopeless
while the French Republicans cluster for
war. Tho Times aud other journals de?
precates the policy which inflicts the con?
sequences upon Frnuce for the acts of
BELGIUM, September 8.-Tho Queen
sent her Chief di Cuissene to the French
Emperor at Melhemshope.
PARIS, September 8.-A new corps,
called the Guardians of Peace, has been
Washburn has written a letter an?
nouncing his authorization to recognize
the Republic, and affording the congrat?
ulations of the American Government
aud people, who hear with enthusiasm
of tho proclamation of a Republic unat?
tended with bloodshed, and in sympathy
with the great movement, which is big
with results and happy for Frauce aud
mankind. The letter, after recalling the
traditional friendship of the two coun?
tries, congratulates Franco upon the
choice of Jules Favre as foreign minister.
PARIS, September 8.-Gambetta is?
sued a proclamation to tho Prefect of all
departments bidding them to think only
of war and the postponement of every
thought except for national defence A
uew loan is contemplated. Paris is
provisioned for 2,000,000 meu for two
HALIFAX, September 8.-Reports are
coming in of the loss of vessels aud lifo
by Sunday's gale.
LONDON, September 8.-Copouhageu
advices indicate that tho Baltic fleet
unanimously accepts tho Republic.
LONDON. Septomber 8.-Tho Marquis
of West minister received tho order of tho
Knight of the Garter, made vacant by
tho death of Earl Clarendon.
HAVRE, September 8.-Martial law
has been proclaimed here.
FLORENCE, Soptember 8.-Victor Ema?
nuel announces his ability to maintain
order everywhere, including the Papal
States, if necessary.
FLORENCE, September 8.-The reported
proclamation of a Republic in Italy is
false. All quiet.
PARIS, September 8.-It is contem?
plated to appoint ambassadors to Lou?
don, Vienna and Berlin, from activo
members of the party of tho left. No
call will ho made for universal suffrage
till after tho war. Tho French ambas?
sador at Constantinople has resigned.
LONDON, September 8.-Advices from
Melbourne represent the rapid extension
of telegraphs, inland, iu order to connect
with tlie India cable.
Tho Prussian advance has reached a
poiutjforty miles from Paris. Tho Princess
Mathildo was released on the Belgian
froutier. It is said Bazaine is well sup?
plied with provisions. It is believed that
the Frenoh anxiously desiro peace. The
Independence Beige says Eugland with?
holds mediation at the instance of the
Foreign Minister Granville, who holds I
the integrity of the French territory as
no longer possible. It is rumored, via
Marseilles, that a Republic has been pro?
claimed in Florenoe. The Crown Prince |
Humbert ia named as President.
O/in LBS CA UOLINA INDIGO, of anpo
Jj\J\J rior quality, for sale by
August 25 EDWARD HOPE.
Terrible AC cl tl cut to W Long Breknoh Bx.
coralon Party??V7omen Voting in
Cnejrenn?-Recognition of the ' New
NEW YOBK, September 7.-Tbe diffi?
culty between the Erie Railroad and the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
Railroad has beeu amicably adjusted.
$1,000,000, back tolls, claimed by the
Erie Company, was set aside.
NEW YORK, September 8.-Freights
over tho Trunk Railroad lines, West, ad?
vanced tweuty-?ve per ceut. to-day.
Another udvnucc ia expected next week.
Tho ?team propeller, Red Jacket, ex?
ploded, killing three aud sinkiug two
coal boats iu tow.
Special telegrams from Paris state
that tho city is nu usually quiet, but
wears tho appearance of earnestness and
determination, under constant rumors of
tho approach of tho Prussians. Tho de?
termination to defend tho city becomes
more universal. All classes share this
feeling, which is becoming hourly more
fevered. Troops under arms iu Paris
number 1-10,000, including Viuoir's
Corps of National Guard and Volun?
Brest, Havre and Cherbourg aro in a
state of defence.
It is apprehended that Bazaine will
capitulate from waut of provisions and
SARATOGA, September 8.-The Repub?
lican Conveution nominated Stewart L.
Woodford for Governor.
TOM'S RIVER, KEW JERSEY, September
8.-During tho visit of au excursion train
from Long Branch, the vilhigo bridge
gave way, aud 100 persons wcro precipi?
tated twenty feet into tho water. Mrs.
Siduey Throckmorton, Peter Howlnud,
Mary E. Styles, alaria Martin, Helen
Lane, Ella Maple, Joseph Martin, Alfred
Martin and eight other persous wero
CHEYENNE, September 8. -Tho Ropub -
Heans elected a delegate to Congress, by
a small majority. Women voted gene?
rally throughout the Territory. 171
female votes were cast at Cheyenne
Mrs. Howe, wife of tho United States
Marshal, heading tho female line of
WASHINGTON, September 8.-Uuder
instructious from this Government,
Washburno yesterday recognized the
new government in France, and tendered
tho President's congratulations on tho
establishment of a Republic Graut
has arrived, but departs again to-mor?
WASHINGTON, September 8.-The
United States steamer Palais passed the
PHILADELPHIA, September 8.-5,000
American Pi otes tan ts aro passing in
procession. A stroug police force ac?
companies the Hue. No disturbance.
RALEIGH, September 8.-Judge Bond,
of tho United States Circuit Court, after
hearing the argnmeut in Lieutenant
Colonel Bergen's case-habeas corpus
makes no decision, but takes tho papers
to Baltimore with him, aud holds the
matter under advisement. It was a re?
vision of Judge Brooks' action, at the
iustance of Governor Holden.
A. D. Jenkens, paymaster, was at?
tached for contempt, by Judge Mitchel,
for disregarding the injunction for pay
iug off Holden's troops.
ATLANTA, Septembers.-Linton Ste?
phens accepts the chairmanship of the
State Democratic Executive Committee,
by letter, in which he says tho candi?
dates to Congress ought to be elected
without reference to eligibility, without
tho question should bo settled by Con?
gress; and that the members of the Leg?
islature should be selected from those
not disqualified by Congressional enact?
ATLANTA, September 7.-Tho charges
of impeachmeut against State Treasurer
Augier were dismissed by a vote of
seventy-eight for dismissal, to seven
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August 2 Columbia. S. C.
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Applications -viii bo received between the
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Patented December. 18(57.
AFTER an extensive uso of this important
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thoroughly and satisfactorily than any other
mode, every intention cd' Artificial Dentures.
As in thin method, rubber teeth aro alto?
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fall especially into tho hands of those familiar
with gold plate work.
It may not bo generally known that they
who wear casen of artificial teeth, constructed
according to this patent, by Dentist M who are
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penalty of infringement, as woll as tho ope?
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Aug 2 ?
FINANCIA I, AND COMMBROI/U,.
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NEW YORK, '-September '8-Noon.
Flour heavy and 60. loweT. ^Wheat dull,
and nominally lower. Corn dull
and lo. lower. Fork heavy, at 26.50.
Cotton dull and drooping-uplands 19%;
Orleans 20%; sales 500 bales. Stocks
weak. Freights firm. Gold 13%.
Money 5@6. Exchange unchanged.
7 P. M.-Money 5@6. Sterling 9%(a>,
9%. Gold l?lJn". Government's quiet.
Southern's quiet and unchanged. Cot?
ton dull-sales 10,000 balea; uplands
197B". Flour-State and Western 5?10c.
lower; suporflno email@example.com; Southern
dull and lowor-common to fair extra
firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat heavy-wiuter red
and amber Western 1.25(0)1.29. Corn
79(o)80. Pork heavy, at '26.00. Lard
nominal. Whiskey moro active, but
lower, at 90?92.
BALTIMORE, September 8.-Cotton dull
-middling 19% ; sales 50 bales; stock 920.
GALVESTON, September 8.-Cotton
very dull-good ordinary 14-?.t'?15; sales
25 bales; receipts 67; stock 4,810.
CINCINNATI, September 8.-Flour dull
-family email@example.com. Corn dull, at 68?
70. Whiskey drooping, at 89@90. Mess
pork 25.75-no buyers. Lard 13"'?. Ba?
con-shoulders clear Rides
ST. LOUIS, September 8.-Bagging
steady. Flour heavy, at 4 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn heavy-mixed 61@62. Whiskey
92. Pork lower. Bacon firm, at 14JX;
clear sides 18^i$18><?. Lard 16@lGj;i.
LOUISVILLE, September 8.-Bagging
unchanged. Flour heavy-extra family
5.25. Corn weak and unchanged. Pro?
visions Orin. Pork 28.00. Shoulders
clear sides 18'.;. Whiskey 90?
jgNiiw ORLEANS, Septembers.-Cotton
dull and tending down-middling 18;
sales 500 bales; uet receipts 19; stock
17?.i@18. Flour firm-superflue 5.50;
double 6.15?6.25; treble 6.75?6.85.
Corn quiet-mixed 87@92. Whiskey
95?97. Pork 29.50. Bacon-jobbing
16?18^@20; hams 2J).<?25>.i. Lard
scarce-tierce 17???18J??; keg 20. Sa
gar-prime 13. Molasses-city refined
MoiiiLE, September 8.-Colton-mid
dliugs 17;^?17.'.<; sales 250 bales; net
SAVANNAH, September 8.-Cottou
active-middlings 17;l?(rt; sales 400
bales; net receipts 799; stock 4,022.
CHARLESTON, Sciitetuber 8.-Cotton
quiet and easy-middlings 18; sales 50
bales; net receipts 4-10; stock 1,452.
PAULS, Septomber 8.-The bourse is
LONDON, September 8-Noon.-Lead
iug haukers here regard tho political out?
break us unfavorable. No change in tho
bauk rate, but money is rather active.
Consols 92. Bonds 84.
FRANKFORT, September 8.-Bonds
steady, at 92%.
LIVERPOOL, September 8-Noon.-Cot?
ton heavy-uplands 9J4'?9j??; Orleans
LIVERPOOL, September 8-Eveuiug.
Colton tends down-uplands 9^; Or?
leans 9,'.?; sales 8,000 bales.
Oas Bills for Month of August.
CONSUME RS will pleaso call at my oflico
promptly ami Hettie up. Fail not, aa the
penalty will follow. JACOS LEVIN,
Sept 7J3_Seo/y Col. OaB Lt. Co.
Stocksand Bonds, Gold and Silver.
BANK BILLS AND COUPONS, JURY CER?
TIFICATES. COUNTY CLAIMS, Ac, Ac,
bought and sold by D. QAM BRI LL,
OFFICE-Columbia Hotel Building.
August 21 Suio
Carolina Manufacturing Company,
HAVING opened a Branch HOUBO in
tho city of Columbia, offer for Halo the
latent, patented and bent ruado STOVES;
the moBt improved pattcriiB and regu?
lar sizes of all kinds of TIN-WARE, and
everything in these' particular lines, with
confidence of their merit.
GUTTERING, ROOFING and all kinds oil
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 promises, we
will do your work at such prices as will enable
all to afford it.
Tho public are invited to call. Store in
Ehrlich's Building, four doors below Bryce's
corner. Aug 1H t
ALL persons having claims against the
oBtatc of THOMAS 0. TRAPP, deceased,
arc hereby notified to present them duly
proven, on or before the 31sl day of October,
or choy will bo debarred payment.
HAYING assumed tho administration of thc
estate of tho late John Caldwell, under
his will appointing us as his executors, all per?
sons having demands against tho testator will
present thurn at once, duly proven, to our at?
torneys, Mesara. Carroll & Melton, Columbia,
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
the testator will make payment, without de?
lay, to the undersigned.
T. J. ROBERTSON, ) Qualified
O. A. CALDWELL, ( Executors.
W. J. HOKE
HAS just received, and open?
ed a large stock of SPRING
COLLARS, TIES, Ac,
Which ho proposes to sell on tho nioHt reason?
able terms. Call and examine for yourselves.
_April Ul _ t
COD LIVER OIL and PancrcAtino, Cod
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Elixir of Barks, Iron and Bismuth, Elixir of
Popsin, Pancrcatine and Bismuth. These
Fioparat ions are worthy tho attention of iuva
ida. For salo by HE1NITSH,
Aug 12f Druggist and Apothecary.
Pepsin and Panoreatine Preparations
WE tako pleasure in calling the attention
of Physicians to a olasB of medicinal
preparations but recently introduced, and
which from tho result a already obtained, will
soon bocomo recognized remedies. Popsin
digests tho moro solid portions of food, and
Pancrcatine tho olly and fatty ?-abalances.
Persons, therefore, with weak digestions, in?
fanta with derangod stomachs, haveasufo and
snro remody. Books for distribution at thu
atoroor E. H. HEINITSH,
Aug 12f Druggist and Apothecary.
II -- II ?u'n. i- WT. i ? ' i mi i >m??
1870. FALL AND WI??TER v.187D.
?XIV GOOPS. .
WE have now on hand, and rocoiviug al?
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of tho coming aoaaon. All tho departments
aro comploto. both in tho wholesale. ?nd rat?
tail rooina, wo only aak an inspection of oaf
goods to oonvinco tho moat sceptical that wo
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wants of tho people over exhibited in this
market, at this season of tho year. "Those
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Agenta for tho Empire Sowing Machine
ono of tho best. Sept 4
MAGIC POWDER for cleaning Gold, Silver,
&o., tun cunts pur box.
Tripoli, for cleaning Brass, Silver,Gold, Ac,
ten cents per paper.
Bath Brick for cleaning Cutlery, .Vc.
Just receivod and for sale by
Sept 2 _J. & T. It. AGNEW.
ICE! ICE! ICE!!
HAVING nut my machino in operation, I
now inform tho publia that I am ready
to anpply any and all orders for ICE. Price two
cents por pound by tho retail. For 100 pounds
or more, agreements will be made. Thu leo
can bo obtained at oithor t ho upper or lower
aloro. J. C. SEEGEItS.
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAVING entered into tho manufacturo of
BUICK and QUARRYING Of GRANITE,
and purchased of Moama. Wright A Vinn, one
of their new patent Brick Machines, capable
I of turning out from 40,000 to 00,000 bricks ppr
day, are now prepared to make contracts and
furnish parlies with any quantities of bricks
desired. Apply to HAUDV SOIOMON, at his
store, or at the South Carolina Bank and
Trust Company. Sept ?J
IF YOU WANTA FIRST-CLASS GOLD OR
Silver WATCH and CHAIN, call at
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IF von want a FINE SET OF JEWELRY,
ctfll at ISAAC SULZBACHER'S.
IF von aro in need of SOLID SILVER or
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IF vour oves are failing, and you want tho
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milE "ARROW TIE" wa? invented and pa
JL touted by Mr. J. J. McCoaiii, whilo a resi?
dent of New Orleans, provions to thc late
war-and sales of considerable quantity wen
made hero in 18GI.
Sinco tho war, it has boon gradually grow?
ing in favor in every section where cotton ia
Tho manufacture and salo of that TIE is the
oxereiao on the part of MoCOMB of an unim?
peachable proprietary right.
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country morchauts generally, under fall gua?
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ROBERT MURE Sc CO., Gonoral Agents.
Charleston, S. C.
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July 1'J " ,_Hmo
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COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
July IC_ Brno
?. Morris, Columbia, S. C.,
MANUFACTURER of COTTON GINS, at
$3 50 per saw. Our Gins are warranted
to ploaao in every respect, or no salo. Pre?
mium awarded at last State Fair. Also, Wood
Turning in every description and style, at
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MAMMOTH BOOT, SHOE, HAT
COLUMBIA HOTEL BUILDING,
HAVING determined to reduce my present
apriug and summer stock of BOOTS.
I SHOES, H ATS, Ac, which is very largo and
I complete, in order to make arrangements for
, tko fall trado, I offer all goods in my line at
COST for tho next thirty days; at which time
stock will bo taken. Thia is a raro opportu?
nity, especially for tho trade and consumers,
I to seenro great, bargains, and I would most
I respectfully solicit a call. A. SMYTHE.
Time Extended Thirty Days.
Magic Chafing Powder.
Thc Nurse*? Friend.
1710K the instant euro o? CHAPINO ASH
' SCALDING of Children and Adults.
A certain roliof for BURNS, SCALDS, Irri?
tation of tho Skin. Galls, Inflammations.
Abrasions, and all Cutaneous Disoasea. For
8alo by E. H. HEINIT8H,
"THUINE i PHUIN? ! ??
AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITION.
AS far as hdard from, this new and extra?
ordinary Fertilizing COMPOUND is in
j a i vance, of all others, .and has, so far, defied
competition. In the gieat foco nrgrowtli and
production, it stands al the bead id the list.
For salo by E. H. IIEINITSH,
July 22 t DrnpKist and Chemist.
Hungry people can get Lunch an
Soup, every day, at EXCHANGE HOUSE.
(ntfc THE Term of tho Sub
jfrsBL scrlbor'fl 80HO0L Trill commence
?JlOB^aon WEDNESDAY, Soptcmbor ll,
^flBWjgand continue five mouthe, till 11th
^P^firFobruary, 1871. Thorough inatruc
^ESr tion will be imparted In all tho
branches pertaining to a completo English
course, in Anoiont and Modern Languages,
tho Higher Mathematica and Physical Scien?
ces, Vocal and Instrumental Music.
A compotont Assistant will bo employed for
tho younger pupils, who will be rocoived from
six to eight years of age, at roduced prices.
Singing will be taught to tho whole snhool,
without extra charge.
Monthly payments required.
For further particulars apply ai corner of
Pickens and Camden streets.
?opt 1 t_W. MULLER.
Valle Crucis, near Columbia, S. C.
FOR each yoting lady's Board.
/77JML Washing, Fuel, Lights, Tuition in
jHUlglfcETudieh. Needle-Work and Domee
^T^wK^ttic Economy, ?30 per month-or
"^rgyf3(l() per scholastic year-payab'e
*m3sJr 1150 in advance.
The English Course comprises Orthography,
Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Grammar, Geo?
graphy, (Ancient and Modern,) with USO of
Globes; Astronomy, Rhetoric, Logic, Compo?
sition, History, (Sacred, Ancient and Modern,)
Chronology, Mythology, Philosophy, (Natural
and Intellectual,) Biography, (Classical and
Modem,) Chemistry, Domestic Economy, Bo?
tany, Physiology. Conchnlngy, Geology, Alge?
bra, Geometry, and Book-Keeping.
Extra ChargeB for Latin, French, Italian,
Music on Harp, Piano, Guitar, Vocalization,
Drawing and Painting. Sopt 1 lin
Charlotte Female Institute, ,
CHARLOTTE, N. ?.
im THE Eighteenth Annual Sos Bion
ifZ9k of this Institution commeuooa tho
t?lC3&8^;30th of September, and continues
^E=JHC|Eiintil 30th of June, 1871. An ac
compliahod corps of Teachers has
*k&Jr boon employed in all branches
usually taught in Brat class Femalo Semina?
For Circular and Catalogue, containing full
particulars as to terms, Ac, addrcBS
REV. R. BUSWELL A SON,
Charlotto, N. C.
REFEBEXCEB-Rev. Wm. S. Phimor, D.D.,
Columbia, S. C.; Rev. J. B. Adger. D. D., Co?
lumbia, S. C.; Col. Wih. Johnston, Charlotte,
N. C._Aug 5 flt)
University of Sonth Carolina, '
COLUMBIA; 8. C., August 0,1870.
^?B^ THE nett, the sixty-fourth An
/TSS^. nual Session of this Institution,
^Sl-yW^will opon on MONDAY, October 3,
^MlKon1^'0, an<* c?n:,-uue, without inter
^yafy mission, to tho ensuing July..
ii&dP Tho advantage of a complote
e.ideation is offered at this Institution to
Students in Law, (the graduates being enti?
tled to.practice .ip the Courts of the State;) in
Medicine, (the course of instruction being ex?
tensivo and thorough, with two written ex?
aminations during the session;) in Engineer?
ing, Mathematics, Mental,Moral.and Political
Philosophy, History, Rhetoric, English Lite?
rature, Ancient and Modern Languages, and
in the Scion ti fie Schools. '. r jolt
Expenses, i. e., for University Pees, and
Hoard, for session of nine months, are:
For Student in Academic Schools,.about $260.
For Student in Law, or Medi?me, about. $265.
State,students are .received from the seve?
ral Counties, upon tho racommdation of their
Representatives and the appointment of the
Governor. R. W. BARNWELL,
Auc 0 2ino_Chairman of tho Faculty.
*es^ THE.Session of this Institution
/TIM commences annually on tho first
cOQHiggday of OCTOBER, and continues,
without interruption, till the
jBSBrThureday preceding the 4th of
iJtBJJr july ensuing.
Tho organization of the Institution is very
complete, embracing extensive and thorongh
conrees of instruction in Literature and
Science, and in the prc fessions of Law, Medi?
cino and Engineering.
Tho expenses of tho Academic or Law Stu?
dent, exclusive of tho coat of Text-Books and
clothing, and pocket money, amount to about
$305 per session of nine 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 thc progress of the session.
For details send for catalogue. P. O. "Uni?
versity of Virginia." S. MAUPIN,
July 30 36 . Chairman of the Faculty.
United ?-'States District Court-Sonth
In re the Laurens Railroad Company, Bank?
rupt.- In Bankruptcy,
IVIE creditors of the Laurens Railroad,
. bankrupt, arc roquired. by order of tho
Court, dated 26th August, 1870, to render and
establish their respective liens, beforo C. G.
Jaeger, Register, within thirty dava from the
publication hereof, or they will be precluded
from any distribution of the assets of tho said
ba-ikrupt. JAMES M. BAXTER,
NEWBKHHY, S. C., Sept. 6,1870. Assignee.
Sopt G Imo
City Machine Works,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
j Muy 2'i 3tno_RICHARD TOZER.
I/Y/lA BUSHELS Primo Heavy OATS
m\ 1\ f\7 for sale low by
Aug tn EDWARD HOPE.
Creme De La Creme.
-| r\rv BARRELS very superior FAMILY
.jot) barrels low priced and medium qualities.
For nale low \r>_EDWARD HOPE.
Guns and Ammunition.
JEST received by William Glaze, fine Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, fine Eng?
lish Powder, in Canisters, Shot and Caps, of all
lind. One door North of Messrs. Scott, Wil?
liams A Co.'s Banking House. Deo 16
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho boat manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.l
Doc 16 WILLIAM GLAZE.
ff^O encourage tho consumption of thc genn
Jl inc unadulterated CALIFORNIA CHAM?
PAGNES, wu have reduced the prices of tho
samo to tho following low prices for cash only,
Qunrts, poi Case of 1 Dozen, $13.00.
Pints, per Ca?? of 2 Dozen, 11.00.
Sparkling Angelica, por case of 2
Dozen, Pinta, 14.00.
Sparkling Catawba, per caae of 2
Dozen, Pinta, 14 00.
Together with a full assortment of Choice
Rye Whiskies, Genuine Otard Brandies, Old
Port, Sherry and Madeira WtnoB, Holland Gin,
Hum, and Rectifi?e Liquors, winch aro oou
slamlv on hand and for salo nt low figures, bv
Joly 0 . J. ft T.Ji. AGNEW. '
Hungry and thirsty people can got
satisfied every time at EXOUAKQE HoySE.