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IntcieallnB ffiaropenti rriieltig?1B.'ce.
, PARIS, September 8.-A hospital flag
bas boo D h oin to d over tb o Palace of toe
Tailleries, whiuh, with the gardens at?
tached, is declared national property.
The journals have stories of horrible
cruelties practised by. the advancing
Prussians, who, it is Baid, shoot women
on the road-side. Terrible reprisals are
demanded of the Government.
Great crowds of Garde Mobile and
citizens, carrying Freooh and American
flags, mada a demonstration before tho
Auiericau Legation, to-day, of gratitude
for the recognition of the French Re?
public by the United States. Wash
burne's letter to Favre gives great satis?
faction. The people are persuaded that
the American Government will interfere
in favor of peace.
Tho following proclamation appeared
in extras and plaanrds over the city:
..The country is in danger. lu presence
of the euemy, all differences of opinion
should disappear before the general
safoty. Accursed, bo he who eau retain
personal desires in such a moment. The
underaiguod net aside all opiuious save
one-that it is our duly to offer most
energetic and absolute assistance, und
make no conditions save that the Kepub
lio be maintained. Let us be buried in
tho ruins of Paris rather thau agree to
the dismemberment of France." Signed
by Blanqui Laootubro, tho Tridor Bro?
thers, Villenueve, Foguurd La Yrand,
Fillies, and others.
LONDON, September 8.-Tho Prussian
works around Strasburg ore nearly com
Efeted, but General Uhlrio persists in
olding tho plac?. The river III has
been diverted into the trenches.
A correspondent of the Standard writei
from Paris that an English engineer now
there affifios that the Paris defeuces art
perfect. Paris is filled with Garde Mo
bile, With French and American flags
Washburno was saluted, hist evcuiug
Several demonstrations have been mad?
at Madrid m favor of the Uuited State.'
The Morning Post counsels tho Prus
?inns to stop and proposo a peace, whicl
will not reimburse Prussia, but leavo nt
hate rankling in France; otherwise tin
Post hopes the French will hold out.
Paris' papers refer obscurely to a nev
murderous eugiue for the defence of tin
It is reported that McMahon is at Ive
His wound is not necessarily mortal. Th
neighborhood of Soissnns is still th
Westmost point where the Prussian
have beeu seen.
There is great scarcity of printing pape
Tho authorities at Berlin are cou?den
that Russia will withdraw tho propositio
for a conference, in view of the persisl
euee of Prussia. It is reported that ow
ing to tho declaration of a French itt
public, Austria is arming ugaiu.
Madame George Sands has saluted th
MARSEILLES , September 8. -Man
members of the former police have bco
arrested as spies. A band of women eu
ployed iii the tobacco factories parade
tho streets, siugiug tho Marseillaise. Th
authorities are taking measures to pri
PARIS, September 9.-Favre has d<
dined the services of the Orleaus Prince!
and begged them to quit tho city, fe
fear of complications. It is again repor
cd that the diplomats at Paris havo got
to tho King's headquarters in tho iut<
rest of peace.
LONDON, September 9.-The Poi
still retains the services of his legioi
though tho Italians are rapidly preps
ing to enter the Papal States.
Tho Pall Midi Gazelle's Paris corre
poudeut says Lord Lyons and Chovali
Nigra, the Italian Minister ut the Front
capital, are about going to the Ring
headquarters to negotiate a suspeusic
of hostilities. Tho Republic, is adver
to Wir, but faithful to the diguity
French officers attribute McMabor.
capitulation to treason in his own arm
The communications With Paris a
liable to interruption nt any momer
Shop-keepers in Paris, in the absence
customers, ure hungry for the arrival
It is reported that tho Duke of Ham
ton is preparing the Isle of Arran f
the residence of a member of the Fren
Continental money markets aro <
LONDON, September 9.-Diploma
notes of the most decided character ho
been sent from the English and Russi
Cabinets, BUggssting terms likely accp
ble to both parties. Tho notos cia
that the present movement is opportui
and would avoid the bombardment
Paris. Victoria addressed a note
Augusta, beseeching her to use her inl
enoe to bring about this consummate
LONDON, September 9.-Tho Engl
iron-plated steamer, Captain, was 1
off Finnestare, France, with all
board, 500 persons.
LONDON, September 9.-It is repor
that tho action of tho diplomats at Pi
in favor of peace ia emphatically deni
PARIS, September 9.-The observ?t
has been dismantled and the instrumc
moved to a place of safety.
Trocbu issued a proclamation order
tho members of the Gardo Mobile
their posts of honor. The defence of
ramparts is entrusted to them.
Garibaldi offers his services to
A corps of foreign volunteers is o
nixing, called "Tho Friends of Frau
Many thousands of tho Garde Mo
arrived to-day from Maine aud Norn
dy-stroug, hardy men.
L'ion is besieged and a decree is.<
convoking an electoral college on
l?th of Octobar next, to choose a
hers of tho National Asnembly, in ace
anon with the law of '-19.
Fayre's reply to Wnshburno has 1
published. He considers it a hu
event that the first recognition ct
from the United States, whose cons
tion was founded upon independence
and civil viMUd. . iXQ
LONDON, Septa taber 9.- Women und
obildi?n we . old? Vtt?vi&L tb- leave
Strasburg. The Prussian fire is inceo
fl'adVB?t apparently without result. A
praotioal breach is -improbable under a
fortnight. -. wi. -
LONDON, September 9.-Roohefort's
letter, dquo u ncips -tho. v?ble^oe- ,at,Mar?
seilles, Bari a good 'eff??t Vn th? work?
men, w?)V^ consider him their partiofiTar
representative, and hgf co" with him that
this ia no time to create di.Oioutties.
PAR?S, S?ptetobor 9-Ministor Wash
burno was serenaded and made a stirring
speech to the Parisians, congratulating
them upon the formation of a Republic,
and wishing them all success and happi?
BERLIN, September 9.-After a pro?
tracted conference, tho members of the
North Gernmn Confederation decided
that the French provinces Alsace and
Loraine should be annexed to Germany,
not Prussia individually.
HONOLULU, September 21.-Monaloo
shows signs of eruption.
Aintricu ti AiTulrn.
CHARLESTON, September 8-Arrived.
schooner Minnie, New York.
NEW YORK, September 8.-A lYibune
special from Loudon has the following
report of a declaration by tho French
Foreign Minister. It comes from a pri
vato correspondent, in position to know
facts, and who guarantees accuracy:
"Jules Favre has boen appealed to for
a quasi official Buuctiou to a Republican
demonstration in Mildrid, with nu inti?
mation to Prim that he could be Presi?
dent of o Spanish Republic. Favre re?
plied that the Government of France
will not, nt this moment, make auy
movement, to encourage a Republic in
Spain, aud would cveu prefer that it
should not be declared. Tho reasons
which oblige us are, that Republicanism
so spread would alieuato aud terrify
Russian aud Imperial uegotiations pend?
ing between the Provisional Government
and Russia for au alliance, offensive and
defensive, against Prussia, should the
latter provo too exacting as to terras of
peace. lu other words, if this alliance
takes place, aud it is tm the poiut of
realization, Russia marches straight on
Berliu. She hos already begun to arm
aud seud troops to her Western frontier.
If you ask what eau tempt Russin? Rus?
sia answers that the same military
strength which Prussia has now directed
against France will sooner or later bo
turned ugaiust Russia, with the viow to
acquire all German proviuces of Rus?
sia." The correspondent adds: "You
muy make public all this intelligence,
for it cannot, long remain secret. It
may be absolutely depended ou."
NEW YORK, September 9.-Special
Paris telegrams state that the Prussian
cavalry are within ten miles of* the
fortifications, aud have cut tho Northern
railway. Tho maiu Prussian army is
thirty milos distant.
WASHINGTON, September 9.-The Cabi?
net is in session to-day. Two Foreign
Minister wore present. Fisk, Cox aud
Robeson were at tho Cabinet; tho other
departments were represented by subor?
dinates. It is rumored that the Cabiuet
will touder peace mediation.
WASHINGTON, September 9.-The
usual speeches were exchanged by tho
President aud Ministers Joaquiu Goday,
from Chili aud Santiago, aud Perez,
Seldeu N. Clark, of Illinois, was ap?
pointed ageut for the Chippewa's iu
Mississippi, and Erastus D. Kramer,
Minister to Denmark. The President
remains absent till October.
The Tehuautopec and Nicaragua Ship
Canal survey fleet, under Captaiu Shtt
feldt, consisting of tho steamer Kansas
and the tug Mayflower, nut! a steam
launch sails early iu October. Com?
modore Thomas A. Jenkius was
made Rear Admiral and Captain J. R.
Mulauy was made Commodore. Com?
mander Edward_ Sympson was made
Captain, and JLiientenaut-Commnnder
Leroy Fitch was made Commander.
The Cabinet to-day cousidered the
proposition of joining European powers
in order to produce peace between
France and Prussia, but como to the
conclusion to send a telegram to our
Miuiwtor at Berlin, which has been done
to the effect that the Government can?
not act in connection with other nations,
but if its good officers shall be required j
it will be happy to lend them to bring
peace to the two great powers with whom
we have traditional friendship.
FORT MONROE, September 9.-The
bark Virginia Dare, from Callao, reports
a heavy gale off Bermuda, Augnst 31.
She lost sails, stove her bulwarks and
received other damages. The Captain
was knocked down by the heavy seas
and had nu arm broken; and tho car?
penter, Charles Toole, was washed over?
SAN FRANCISCO, September 9.-The
steamship Saurauga collided with a coal
ketch near Oakland, New Zealand. Both
vessels foundered and eighteen were
ICE! ICE! ICE!!
HAVINO put my machino in oporation,
now liilorm thu public that I am ready
tu biipply any and all orders for ICE. Prico two
cunts per pound by thc retail. For 100 pounds
or moro, agreements will bc made. Tho leo
can bo obtained at either the upper or lower
store. J. C. SEEGEItS.
i)AA ABLE-BODIED LABORERS aro
?i\J\J WAUtcd, to work upon the Columbia
Canal, between tine and tho lOih of Septem?
ber. Parties wishing to contract for tho re?
moval of earth, will apply to
S. A. PEARCE, Jn.
Applications will be received between tho
hours nf 10 and 12 A. M. _Aug 80
Railroad Contractor and Bridge Builder
COUMIHM, SOUTH CAROLINA.
July 1G 3mo
" *jyjBBWBBSC Afro ??SlUMti?i?'?i.
NEW ?OHK, September 9^Noon.
Stocks, steady. Gold ?3J?. Money 4@0.
Sterling unchanged, fri's 12*?. Flour
doll, and 5o. lower. Wheat and eorn
dull and nominally lower. Mess pork
26.00($26.12>?. Cotton dull aud heavy
uplands 19%; Orleans 2U%; sales 400
bales. Freights firm.
7 P. M.-Money acaree, at 5fa)6. Gold
14@l4*?j. Southern's opeued quiet.
Bonds not freely offered. Cotton dull
and unchanged-aalos 1,200 "bales, at
19%. Four-State and Western 10c
lower; super G.email@example.com: Southern dull
and lower-common to fair extra 5.15?
5.90. Wheat l@2o. lower-winter red
and amber Western 1.25*31.27; new
1.28??. Com lower, at 78@79>?. Pork
moro active-2G,1B'@26??. Lard un?
changed-keg l?j4@lG^. Whiskey
89@90. Grocories steady. Freights
BALTIMORE, September 9.-Cotton
dull aud tending dowu-m \llings 19??;
sales 110 bales; net receipts 15; stock
950; suies of tho week 700.
BALTIMORE, September 9.-Flour dull
aud weak. Wheat unchauged. White
Southeru coru 80(o}85; yellow 85(<?}90.
Provisions moro active aud strong.
Whiskey lower, ut 9i(r?92.
CINCINNATI. September 9.-Flour
drooping-family 1.50. Corn unchanged.
Whiskey steudy, at 09(0*90. Pork 20.00.
Lard neglected. Shoulders l-l".j. Clear
sides lS-J^; hams scarce, at 21(?)'25.
GALVESTON, September 9.-Cottou
very dull aud unsettled-good ordiuary
H??(tdl5; not receipts 59; stock -1,905.
.NEW ORLEANS, September 9.-Cottou
dull aud pri?es nominal-middlings 18;
sales 350 bales; net receipts 009. Flour
scarce and firmer-superfine 5.00; double
0.20; treble 0.7?. Pork dull aud lower,
at 29.00(??29.50. Bacon easier, at 15?4
(#18)?(f?l9;'.?; hams 20@2l; sugar-cured
24<7?25. Lard-tierce dull, at 17??; keg
scarce, at 20j?. Sugar-prime 13. Mo
lasses-relined 50(a>75. Whiskey dull,
at 90(g)1.02<!.>. Cuiloe-jobbing prime,
MOMLE, September 9.-Cotton quiet
-middlings 17"'?; stock 9,011; sales of
AUGUSTA, September 9.-Cotton in fair
demaud,.at lower rates-sales 207 bales
receipts 100; middling 17,L4; sales of
week 990; receipts 900; stock 1,328.
SAVANNAH, September 9.-Cottou
ina m m ute-middling 17,*./ ; sales 75 bales
uet receipts 503; stuck 3,701.
Cu AHLESTON, September 9.-Cottou
lower-middling 17-*4'; sales 350 bales;
net receipts 210; total 221; uet receipts
of the week 2,280; sales of tho week
900; stock 971.
LONDON, September 9-Noou.-Con- I
sols 92. Bonds 89J?.
LIVERPOOL, September 9-3 P. M.
Cuttuu dull-uplands 9Wj Grleaus 12;
sales of the week 71,000 bales; exports
12.0UU; speculation 4,000; stock 191,000;
of which American is 180,000; receipts
70,000; of which Americau is 21,000.
LIVERPOOL, September 9-Eveuing.
Cottou easier and not lower-sales 8,000
bales. Manchester advices less favorable.
YVHOI.KSAL.fc: PlllCES CU1111KNT.
?UEREOTED WEEKLY BY THE IIOUID OV TRADE.
?I o LASS KS, C11 b ?i A 5(i? 50
New Orl'iia 9001 (JO
Sugar I?'BC.7501 nu
NAILS, l-l kee,5 5()(r/j0 OD
ONIONS. i?lbual 75(<?2 00
Machinery. .75<m 00
SPECIE, Gold (u)l lu
1'oT.vr's, Iris (al 50
Sweet, bua 1 Tuftf'i 00
SHOT, tybag. 2 5U02 02
SALT, Eivcrp.22002 20
SPIRIT*, Alcohol,gl7 00
Urandy . .4 00(y)12 00
(Jiu.2 0007 00
Ituiu.2 0007 Ou
Whiskey.. .1 3563-100
S?OAU, Orua ?V Pltit&RJ
STAROU, %1 lb.. . .)^(n)l5
TEA, Green 11)100(^211
Black, ....1 0001 10
TOBACCO, Chw.0001 10
WINS, Cham. 25030 00
Burt, t?gal30?(<?5 70
Sherry... 3 50f<?G 00
Madeira... 2 5O(<05 80
APPLES, fctbu. 75^.01 00
BALE UOPE, Manil,(U)2U
tN.?.urWea edt? 10015
BUTTER, North. 37(y,lo
Uouutry, %i lb.25035
BACON, llama. ..27(??:I0
Silica, i< lb. .10^21
COTTON YAIINI 5901 70
COTTON .Strict Md.. 17A
CUEESE, E.D.Ib. 23@26
Coi FEE, Uio?$Jlb2O025
Java ..33 (?37
FLOUR, CO. 8 oor^ooo
Northern. 7 00011 00
G KAIN, Corn 1 1001 ?0
Wheat_1 5001 70
Poaa.2 0002 75
HAY, Nurtn, c<cwi.2 00
LIME, ?i bbl. 2 G502 75
ANOTHER lot of those extra flue SEO Alts;
cask above-proof Brandy; beaidea a
variety of other choice articlea. Give them
atrial. BAYSINGEB St FRANKLIN,
Soot 10 Exchango Houao, Main streot._
Building and Loan Association.
TUE booka of this Association aro now opon
for subscription at tho Citizens' Savinga
Bank. Ono dollar per share. This will en?
title tho bolder to borrow $200. It is desira?
ble that the Association commenco on the
first of October next. A meeting of tho stock?
holders will be called next week.
Sept 10 J. P. THOMAS, rreBident.
BOXES fresh mixed CANDY just re
t?lpj ceived aud tor salo at wholesale only,
by _J_.Jt T. B. AGNEW.
-I er f\f\f\ YARDS heavy and modium
XO.UUVJ COTTON BAGGING, for
aale by E. HOPE.
A f\ EI$S. superior IRON
^4:L/.VJUvJ TIES, for aale low by
acpt 0 _ E. HOPE.
Axes! Axes! !
-| f\f\ DOZ EN beat catit stoel warranted
JLv/vf AXES, jnat received and for anio low
at wholesale and retail. Alan, twenty-five
dozen good cast stool AXES at retail for $1
each. Twenty dozen AXE HANDLES, anda
full supply of SPADES, SHOVELS, PICKS,
MATTOCKS. Ac, Ac. Juat roceived, and for
Bale low, by_J. St. T. E. AGNEW.
MAGIC POWDER for cleaning Gold, Silver,
Sta., ten centa per box.
Tripoli, for cleauing BraaB, Silver,Gold, Ac,
ten cents por paper.
Bath Brick for cleaning Cutlery, Ac.
Jiift roceived and for salo bv
Sept 2_J. Sc T. R. AONEW.
S>AA CAROLINA INDIGO, of anpo
?j\J\J rior quality, for sale bv
August 25 EDWARD HOPE.
Pi^isnOT?T.--tVitb peru i Rio n cy al?
most anything can be accomplished.
Advertising does not differ from all other
kinds of business in this. . It needs to
be done persistently. What would be
thought of the farmer who simply put
his seed in.the ground and did nothing
further? Ho could not expect half what
he might if the ground was assiduously
tilled. Just so in publicity. You de?
sire it Simply to make additional eales,
and you think that if you have sown the
good seed at one time that there bas
been enough done to last an indefinite
series of years. It is no moro so than
that grain sowu ono year will be produc?
A Paris bookseller, who applied to a
publisher of lithographic prints in
Merlin for a groat number of copies of
the portraits of tho moro illustrious
Prussian Generals, received the reply:
"There aro no copies left; we scud you
Grant and Dent took a drink ut he
Sherman House, in Chicago, and the
bar-keeper, who didn't kuow them, on
noticing what largo drinks they poured
ont, asked thom if they were going to
tako n bath.
Mr. A. T. Stewart has paid $2,000,
000 for 100 acres just outside the South?
ern Hue of Brooklyn, New York. It is
intended for tho terminus of tho new
ruilroad from Hem patead Plains.
A St. Louis merchant left his hydrant
running over night. Tho flooding of
his cellar damaged him$10*000.
Just received and for sale at tho
LOWEST FIGURES PO lt CASH.
J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Fall and Winter.
WE havo now on hand ono of the BEST
STOCK OF GOODS over offered in thia
market at thia season of the year.
Our buyer is now in New York and shipping
na goods daily, bought nndcr regular prices,
which wo aro selling very low.
Call and be Convinced.
A full stock of Goods for Fall and Winter
on hand, suited to thiu market, and our
POPULAR PRICES insured to please every
WHOLES A LE DEI'A K TMENT
Is full to overflowing, and r.iro inducements
offered to country merchants.
If you want FULL VALVE FOU vot a MONEY,
you will get it from
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building, Main street.
Just, received a full lino of CARPETS, OIL
CLOTHS, DRUGGETS. RUGS and II AS?
SACKS, Ac. Some of our patterns in Carpets
Attenta for the EMPIRE SEWING MA?
CHINE-ono of tho best.
Wo havo on hand a lino of skeleton STEP
LADDERS, from three feet to ten feet high,
vory light and strong. Every houao-keepir
should have ono.
W. D. LOVE.
B. B. MOCREEHV. Sept 10
LATEST QUOTATIONS OF SOTJITHERN SK
UUIUTIIL?IN CHARLESTON. S. ?-Corrected,
semi-weekly, by A- C. Knufmon, Brokor.
No. 25 Broad gtreot-^Beptolnber 6,1870.
Hames af Securities. Rate In. Qjf'd Asked.
North Carolina, old_ 6 .... 48
N. Carolina, new. 6 _ 27
South Carolina, old_ 6 _ 82
S. Carolina, now. 6 _ 73
S. C. reg'd stock, ex in. 6 _ 70
Georgia, old. 7 _ Ol
Georgia, now. 7 _ 93
Georgia. 6 _ 88
Tennessee, old. 6 _ 59
Tennessee, uow. G _ 57
Alabama . 8 _ 98
Alabama. 5 .... 73
Atlanta, Go.,bonds_ 8 _ 80
Augusta, Ga., bouda... 7 _ 80
Charleston stock. G .... 48
Oharl'n Firo Loan b'ds 7 _ GC
Columbia, S. C., bouds (J _ GO
Columbus, Ga., bonds. 7 .... 80
Macon, Ga., bouds.... 7 .... 78
Memphis, Tenn., b'nds
endorsed ... G 15 ....
'* uncudors'd.. G 43 ....
Savannah, Ga., bonds. 7 - S5
Wilmington, N. C. 8 _ 72
Wilmington, N. 0. 6 _ GO
KA I (.HOAD BONDS.
Atlantic and Gulf. 7 _ 80
B. lt. lt., 1st mortguge 7 _ GO
Central Georgia. 7 .... 99
Charleston and Savan.. G .... G5
Charlotte, Col. & Aug.. 7 _ 85
Cherawaud Darlington 7 .... 82
Georgia Railroad. 7 _ 98
Green. & Col., 1st mor. 7 _ 87
Green. & C., State guar 7 .... G7
Memphis ?fc Charleston. 7 .... 80
North-Eastern past duo 7 .... 87
North-Eastern, new.... 8 .... 87
Suv. A: Char., 1st mort. 7 _ 73
Sav. & Char., State gua 7 .... G9
South Carolina. 7 _ 75
South Carolina. 6 - 71
Spartanbtirgand Union 7 .... 55
KAI I,HOAD STOCKS. Pat'.
Atlantic and Gulf.100 _ 33
Central Ga., ex div_ 100 _HG
Charlotte, Col. & Aug.. 100 _ 40
Georgia. 100 .... 102
Greeu. aud Col. It. lt.. 20 .... 2?
Mucou and Western... 100 .... 110
Memphis Sc Charleston. 25 .... 9
North-eastern. 50 .... 13
Savannah A: Charleston 100 .... 31
So. Ca., whole shares.. 100 _ 38
So. Ca., half shares. .. 125 .... 39
fPeop's N. B'k Gharl'u,
capital 8500,000. 100 103 ...
list Nat. Bank Oharl'n
capital $400,000. 100 120 ...
?S. C. Loau .t Trust Co 100 102
Caro. Nat. Bank, Col'a.
Bank of Charleston_ 100 .... 21?
Union Bank S. C. 50 .... G?
People's Bank So. Ga .. 25 .- 5
Plan. Sc Me. B.ink S. C. 25 .... 2'
Bank of Newberry. 25 .... 3
Bauk of Camden. 50 _ 11
Char. M. & M. Co. 100 .... 200
Wando M. Sc M. Co... 100 .... 325
Charleston Gas Co_ 25 _ 21J
Charl'u City lt. R. stock 50 .... 51
Orangeville Man. Co... 100 _ 85
G. & C. R. cert, iudeb. G5
S. C. It. cert, iudiibt's. pi
N. E. R. R., cert, indebt. 55
City Charleston cor. iu. 90 pa
City of Memphis coup. ... 50
N. E. R. lt. pref, stock. 40
S. Sc U. R. past, due coup. ... ... 50
S. A: C. R. past due coup. GO
Sterling bills. .
New York sight. pur ??p
Gold . 112 HG
Silver. 103 ..
S. C. BANK DILLS.
*Bank of Charleston.
*Bank of Newberry.
Bank of Camden. 40
Bauk Georgetown. 1
Bank of S. C. 14
Bank of Chester. 14
Bauk of Hamburg. 14
Bank of the Stute of
S. C., prior to *G1. 40
Bauk of State of S. C.,
issue 'GI and 'G2. 30 ..
*P1. &Mec. Bank Char'n.
^People's Bauk Charl'u.
*Union Bank Chnrles'n.
*S. W. R. R. Bank, old.
*S.W. R. R. Bank, new.
State Bank, Charleston _ 8
Farmers' Ex. B'k Char. 1
Exchange Bauk, Colum .... 7
Com'l Bank, of Colum .... 14
Merell. Bank of Cheraw- 5 .
Planter's Bauk Fairfield_ 5 .
S. Clbills receivable. 90 .
Charleston change bills. 90 .
tLess Stock dividend of 20 per ce
aud cash dividend of 6 per cent.
jLess cash divideud of 6 per cout.
g Less cash dividend of 6 per cent.
t&~ Bills marked thoo (*) aro bei
redeemed at tho bank counters of cac
Bolted Corn Meal.
O PC BARBELS, in lino order, for salo bj
?2D Hopi il EDWARD BOP!
11HE undersigned will apply to A. Ef
Judge of Probate for Lexington Com
at Lexington Court House, on MONDAY,
3d day of October next, for a filial diseha
as Administratrix of the estate of IL s. Bc
ELIZABETH E. BOY1
LEESVILLE, S C., August 30, 1870.
ALL porson.i having claims against tbc
taioi.r the Ute IIENUY BENltlCUH
merchant, of Columbia, will present tbou
tho undersigned duly attested, and all |
spna knowing themselves indebted to i
estate, will malte payment tn the uodersigi
Aug 21 w*6 DANIEL U. MILLEU, Ade
COLUMBIA, H. C.. August 8. 1870
Grand Clearing Out Sale
To make Itouin fur New Htock,
At C. ?.'. JACKSON.
O. A. BEDELL
J . H. & it. L. KINARD.
IBEG to inform my numerous city and
country friends lb at I have made an en
Sagement with the well known and popular
ry Gooda House of J. H. A M. L. KIN ARO,
of Columbia, S. C., and will be pleased to see
them at that establishment, ono door South
of Columbia Hotel. Knowing fall well, that
with the GREAT ADVANTAGES this houae
poaaesses in variety and extent of Block, the
small profita at which gooda are sold, ?nd tho
immenee businees that the houae does, I am
placed in a position to oiler greater induce?
ments to my f...ion de to purchase from me than
heretofore. C. A. BEDELL.
Mept 6 113_
Valuable Farm for Bale in Edg-efield
County, South Carolina.
IOFFER for Balo my FABMJn EdgcQold
County, situated on tho Mt. Willing Road,
lour miles from Batcsville, Charlotte, Colum?
bia and Augusta Railroad. Tho said Farm
coutains 80U acres, and is well improved, with
good dwelling, gin IIOUBO (nearly new) and all
necessary out-buildinga, and a well of good
water in tho yard.
For furthor particulars apply to E. W.
MOLKNNA on tho promises, (post office Lees?
ville,) or to the undersigned on Goodland
Swamp. Orangeburg County, (poet office
Blackville,S. C.) AUTEL ABLE.
Un ited ""States Diatriot Court-South
In re thc Laurens Railroad Company, Bank?
rupt.- In Bankruptcy.
MMHE creditors of tho Laurens Railroad,
JL bankrupt, arc required by ordor of tho
Court, dated 2 fit h Angust, 1870, to render and
establish their rospeclivo liens, beforo C. G.
Jauger, Register, within thirty dava from the
publication hereof, or they will be precluded
from anv distribution of tho asset? of the said
bankrupt. JAMES M. BAXTER,
NEWBERRY, S. C., Sept. 6, 1870. Assignee.
Sept fi Imo
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Mays ?fe Martin and otherB, vs. tho Bank of
Newberry, S. C.
BY an order of his Honor T. O. P. Vernon,
Jhdgo of tho Court of Common Pleas for
the Seventh Circuit, paeaed in tho above
stated caso, dated 20th day of May, 1870, all
suing creditors of tho Bank of Nowborry,
I Sonth Carolina, aro enjoined from tho further
prosecution of their respective suite, and they
and all other creditors aro required to render
their demands at tho office of tho Bank of
Newberry, S. C., at Newberry, in tho Stato of
Sonth Carolina, for payment, on or beforo tho
Int day of December next; and if not paid
when so presented, then to render them with?
in tim timo specified above, beforo Thomas
51. Lake, Special Referee, to bo established
before him according to law.
THOS. M. LAKE,
Clerk of tho Coart of Common Pleas for
Newberry County. 8. 0. May 28 B13
EXERCISES ot this Institution
will bo resumed on the FIRST
^MONDAY in October next, and
?continuo until the second Wednes?
day in July.
Course of Study extensive and
thorough. Necessary espouses for collegiate
year, about $180. Candidates for admission
should bc present at the opening of the Ses?
sion, but arc admitted at any time.
Persons wishing more particular informa?
tion, can address the President,
R. C GRIER, D. D.,
Sept 8 thsfl_Duo Woat, 8. C.
University of Virginia
THE Session of thin Instit ut ion
commonoes annually on tho first
td ay of OCTOBER, and continues,
^without interruption, till thc
Thursday preceding the 4th of
Tho organization of tho Institution is very
complete, embracing extensivo and thorough
courses of instruction in Literature and
Science, and in tho professions of Law, Medi?
cine and Engineering.
The expenees of the Academic or Law Stu?
dent, exclusive of tho coat of Toxt-Books and
clothing, and pocket money, amount to about
$:)G5 per session of nine months; and of tho
Kilgin cering or Medical Student to about
$305, ol' which sums, respectively, $220 or
f2.il) is payable on admission, and thc balance
I iii the progress of thc scusion.
For details sond for catalogue. P. O. '.Uni?
versity or Virginia." S. IJAUPIN,
July 30 36 Chairman of the Faculty.
Valle Cruets, near Columbia, S. C.
FOR each young lady's Board.
Washing, Fuel, Lights, Tuition in
English, Needle-Work and Domes?
tic Economy, $30 per month-or
$300 per scholastic year-payab'o
$150 in advance.
Tho English Courao comprises Orthography,
heading, Writing, Arithmetic, Grammar, Geo?
graphy, (Ancient and Modern,) with use of
O lobos. Astronomy, Rhetoric, Logic, Compo?
sition, History, (Sacred, Ancient and Modern,)
Chronology, Mythology, Philosophy, (Natural
ami Intellectual,) Biography, (Classical and
Modern,) Chemistry, Domestio Economy, Bo?
tany, Physiology. Conchology, Goology, Alge?
bra, Geometry, and Book-Keoping.
Extra Chargea for Latin, Fronch, Italian,
Music na Harp, Piano, Guitar, Vocalization,
Drawing and Painting. Sept 1 lm
University of Sonth Carolina,
COLUMBIA, 8. C., August 6, 1870.
THE next, the sixty-fourth An?
nual Session nf this Institution,
li will open on MONDAY. October 3,
J1870, and cotitinuo, without inter?
mission, to the ensuing July.
Tho advantage of a complete
education is offered at this Institution to
Students in Law, (tho graduates being enti?
tled to practice iu tho Courts of the State;) in
Medicine, (tbe course of instruction being ex?
tensive and thorough, with two written ex?
aminations during the session;) in Engineer?
ing. Mathematics, Montai, Moral and Political
Philosophy, History, Rhetoric, Engliah Lite?
rature, Ancient and Modern Languages, and
in tho Scientific Schools.
Expenses, i. e., tor University Fees and
board, fur session of nine mon t tis, are:
For Student in Academic Schools, about $200.
For Student in Law, or Medicine, about $205.
State Students are rocoived from tho seve?
ral Counties, upou tho rocommdation of their
Representativos and the appointment of thc
Governor. R. W. BARNWELL,
Aug ti '2nio Chairman of tho Faculty.
Hardy Solomon & Co.,
HAVING entered into tho manufacture nf
BRICK and QUARRYING of GRANITE,
ami purchasidnf Messrs. Wright A Vinn, one
ot their new patent Brick Machine?, capable
or turning out Iron) -10.000 to 00,000 bricks per
day, are now prepared to make contracts and
furni.-h parties with any quantities of bricks
desired Applv to HARDT SOLOMON, at bin
?tore, or at th? South Carolina Bank and
Trust Company. _*lflP?' _
Sl????i SCHOOL IN NEW YORK.
MRS. EDWARD li. WHITE'S
English und French BOARDING
SCHOOL for YOUNO LADIES,
No. 50 Weat 12.1 Street, opposite
Reservoir Park Aug 10 sw1T2mo
BAGS RIO COFFEE, for sale low lo
d.-alers liv EDWARD HOPE.