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VERSAILLES, Aiigust 8.-The court
martial commenced examination of wit?
nesses. Ferro, one of the nooused, at
temptod to niuko a speech in defence of
the Commune, but ho was not permitted
to proceed. Ho denied ho had ordered
the bnrning of'the Palace of the Ministry
of France. 8everal witnesses swore
Ferre personally forbade the release of
prisoners in the Prefecture while it was
burning. Ferro and Ansi were both in?
solent in speech and manner, and were
frequently reprimanded by the court.
The court room was crowded with spec?
PARIS, August 9.-The Germans have
oommenced tba evacuation of the forts
North and East of Paris.
LONDON, August 8. -A meeting was
held in Heidelberg, Sunday, lo take
measures for the foundation of a church
German. Forty delegates were present
from the various parts of Germany,
Austria dud Switzerland. A committee
was appointed to draw up a constitution
for tho new church. Its main points will
be the principles of the Council of Con?
stance-, of 1814; subordination .of tbt
Pope to the Council; separation of ch areli
and,-State; participation of .laymen io
the management of the church; free elec?
tion of Bishops^ commnoal election ol
pastors', and modification of tho confes?
sional. TbQ delegates are divided it
opinion as to who the ohurou. should
acknowledge as primary of the Pope.
The committee were- instructed to sub
mit their report for-ratification at i
meeting to be held in" Munich, in Sep
MADRID, August 9. -An impart?a
newspaper . denies, . on i authority, tba
there is any intention on the part of tin
Government to .impose a tax apon;; Spa
nish .bonds held by persons outside o
PAMS, August 9.-The police of tb?
arondissdmont of Butegnolles have re
oaived a bink from Versailles to moderati
their zeal in the arrest of Communists.'
LONDON, August 9.-The Assist?t!
Secretary of the United State? Treasury
Richardson, has completed a negotiatioi
for th? balance pf the new Amer lunn flv
per cent, bouda with, the.London hons
of Jay Cooke, MoCullooh & Co. Th
announcement of tile arrangement ha
occasioned a considerable advance io. th
pripes of all United States bonds in th?
market. .'_ ?
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' NOON DESPATCHES.
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SION BY LIGHTNING-LOUISIANA BliFUl
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TEH ?tTVESTIdATION-GEORGIA AGB?0UI
TUBAL CONVENTION, AO., AO.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 8.-Col. Vo
Schmidt has contracted with the Centn
Pacido Railroad for a tunnel through tt
Sierra Nevada, with capacity for a cam
and railroad. The Central Road poj
81,000,000 as its share of tho cost
SALT LAKE, August 9.-A Mormon hi
been held, in $5,000 bail, in the Thii
District Court, on a charge of ad ul ter
preferred by his first wife.
BUFFALO, August 9.-Clara G. wou tl
first three straight heats-time 2.3
2.26)4, 2.26. Fulton won the second
winning the third, fourth and fifth bea
-time 2.27% 2.29)?, 2.29^, 2.31)
The third mee was postponed.
CHICAGO, August" 9.-A whirlwind
Winneoonio, Wisconsin, capsized t!
steamer Star, drowniug Capt. Geor
Smith and a raftsmau. It also broke
boom of 50,000,OJl) feet logs. The B
man Catholic Church at Granville w
destroyed; gi um and stock were sc
NEW YORK, August 9.-The Libe:
Republican! ot the 10th of May, stat
that the Presidential election took ph
May 2, and apparently resulted in t
eleotion ot Roberts as President a
Gardner as Vice-President. Presid?
Roye, however, maintains ho was eleol
for four years, and as the term has i
expired, ho may dispute the validity
the election of Rober ts and Gardner.
Hon. George H. Pendleton was a p
sanger on the Scotia.
LONDON, OHIO, August 9.-Mr? a
Mrs. Oolburn, nee Buffenbargor,,
here nt their old homo. They are coj
dent of success. The feeling hero is
in their favor-the, majority think
poison was injected after death, by
malice of Thompson, the prosecut
witness-who bas not, up to the prose
made his appearance. At the inqui
to-morrow, Professor Wamly, of Opli
bus, will ba cross-examined as to
presence of poison by absorption, ar
new question in medical science rah
LOUISVILLE, August 9.-200. mas
men took two nogroes from Frauk
jail-one oharged with rape and -
oharged with firing a shot in a riot wi
two whites wore killed-and han
them a short distance from town.
ST. LOUIS, August 9.-The Cou
eleotion is quiet. Charles Steeok, (
mdorat.) candidate for Presiding Just
has 1,500 majority in tho city.
NEW ORLEANS, August 8.- Thero
be doable delegations from all the
risbes in the State, except eight or
which are represented by deleg
friendly to Warmoath. In two or t!
wards of tbe city where Warm?
delegates aro eleoted, there are no
testants, and in all other wards there
double delegations. Warmouth's fri
claim a majority in the whole delega'
and say they will go into tho Con
Hon without tickets from the State (
millee, and leavo the question to b
oided by' V\no\p?K\f\?uudt?&? c?"toh\d
tee on credentials. Tbe Convention
meets at 12 M., to morrow, in the United'
States Court Boom, Custom Konse
TKOT;, N. Y., August 9.-Lightning
exploded some nitro-glycerine at Hooeuo
Turmoil, killing two persons.
ST. LOUIS, August 9.-In the Labor
Convention, the following was adopted:
That this organization cheerfully recog?
nize the right of womou everywhere to
learn and engage in any profession, trade
or occupation, which they , may desire,
and that for any certain amount of work
they should receive the some pay aa men.
LouisvmiiE, A u g n st 9. --Leslie's friend*
oki m 35,000 majority; Harlan's friends
concede 25,000 to 30,090.
The negroes were taken from Frank?
fort jail so . quietly that hardly any one
was aware of the deed. The negroes
were taken across .thc Kentucky Uiver
and hung near tho spot where one bad
committed n rape a few days before.
HOME, GA., August 9.-Tho State
Agricultural Convention met in this oily,
yesterday. About ?00 delegates and
many distinguished persons from-Geor?
gia, Alabama and South Curoliua are in
I atto?dance. Their deliberations are of
vital importance to the State. A mam*
moth pio-nio is iu progresa ut the fair
.grounds, to-day. , 1 ? j c i *
WASHINGTON, August 9.-Dr. Vaude
mau, here some time in the interest of
Chattanooga, is gone home, via Cincin?
nati. His mission was but partially stic
aessful, owing to the prolonged absence
of the Postmaster Genera).
Probabilities-Partially cloudy and
pleasaut weather will probably continue
in tho Middle and Eastern States until
Thursday evening. Tho low pressure in
the North-west will probably, by that
time, exteud Eastward to the loner
lukes, with local storms from Missouri
to Michigan and Northward. Tho ba?
rometer will probably fall somewhat tn
the Gulf States, with threatening wea?
ther, and with raiu ou the immediate
coast during the day. Tho threatening
weather in the Carolinas will probably
exteud North-eastward ovor the oco.n.
Delano is gone for a couple of weeks.
He stumps Onio.
The following is a private despatch
from a Republican source:
NEW GUINEANS, August 9.-TheRepub
Kean Stute Convention was orguuizec
this morning, with Burch as temporary
President. Wannon th led his force? oui
of the oonvention, and is attempting tc
hold a bolting couvention - now. H<
took with him a delegation from onlj
threo or four parishes that were regu
lurry elected. Most of his adherents en
titled to seats remained. A guard o
soldiers, was in the buiidiug to protec
public property, and prevented a riot bj
a mob that demanded admission.
Nsw YOKE, August 9.-Before the re
gular investigation, ex-Inspector of Boil
ers Berryman has made serious charge
against Inspector Matthews, one of whiol
accuses tho latter of forging the tormer*
signature to a certificate of the steam
ship North America. This, on examina
tioa, was proved unfounded. Berrymai
also exhibits hots of six or eight steam
era which, at various times, were re
fused certificates by him, but receive?
them from Matthews. He asserts tba
the latter is actuated by interested mc
lives. Incidentally, also, his statement
tend to show that great demoralizatio
oxists iu tbe inspection service, .luspeo
or Matthews was re-examined, aud ac
mitted t hat when inspectors have a grei
deal of work, they authorize their clerl
to make out certificates and sign the it
specter's name. Inspectors do not g<
inside ol boilers to test them.
Four more victims of tho Westfiel
disaster are expected to die, hourly, au
another is dead.
Tho Coroner's inquest on tho Wes
field disaster commenced to-day. Julii
Raymond, the first witness, tostifit
that his father was killed by tho expl
sion. He said he stood beside the et
gino, watching its motion, when the e
plosion took place, and was certain i
one but himself was in tho eugine roo
for about ten miuutes before the expl
sion. He observed tho steam gauge ju
before the boiler exploded, but did n
notice what figures were . presented,
answer to a juror, the witness rei torah
the statement that no one beside hit
self was in tho engine room for t
minnies before the explosion.
SAVANNAH, A?g?8t 9.-Tho first bi
of cotton raised in Georgia, this yei
was recoived . to-day, by A. M. Sloan
Co. It was grown in Decatur Conn
aud was sold, this morning, nt audit
by Washburn & Silva?, for 32J? cents |
pound. It was olassed strict midd Iii
This is the second bald of new cotton
oeived at this port.
NEW ORL?ANS, August 9.-At an oa
honr .this morning, largo crowds
whites and blacks assembled around I
custom bouse building, whero the 1
publican Convention convened. Ab<
9 o'clock, two companies of the Nu
teentb United States infantry, with t
Catlin guns, under tho command
Captain South, arrived. Tho trot
marched in, und stacked arms in
ball, at the bead of the steps, at Ca
street entrance. Large numbers
Deputy United States Marshals clos
guarded every entrance to tho cust
house. No one was permitted to ec
without a ticket from Marshal Packt
At half-past 10. Governor Warroot
accompanied by General Campbell,
nator Pinchbeck, and about, eighty
lowers, some with and some with
tickets, entered the building, and em
vored to pass through the hall, bnt v
Btopped by the deputy marshal, and
formed that no ono was permittee
pass until tho hour for opening tho C
vention. Wnrmouth expressed indij
lion, and mounting a chair, said: "I
ing been refused admittance to tho
designated by the Central Commi
for holding the Convention, I pro
we now adjourn to Turners' Hall,
hold o convention there." . His sp
was received, with cheers and a
h?BMtsV " WarmoQth then descended fVm
the chair, and proceeded to and entered
hie carriage. The crowd took ont the
horses from the carriage, and dragged it
triumphantly through the streets to
Turners' Hall. I
At 12 o'clock, the Convention was
called to order. Mr. MuBters, of Carroll
Pariah, was elected temporary Chairman.
Warmouth, Pinchbeck, Campbell and
Judge Dibble denounced the interference
of United States officers; Dibble charao
terning tho Custom House Convention
aa a body of Administration favorites,
guarded by bayonets and lawless tyran- I
ny. Pinchbrok said: "Is il. possible wo |
are to be put down by the O a vern meut
we'have sustained? If that be the case,
the sooner this Government is torn down
and a monarchy built upon its minn the j
better." A permanent organization was
made, with Pi uc h beck as President,
when tho Con petition adjourned to half
post T o'clock this evening, to^meet at |
Packard called tho. Custom House
Convention to order nt 12 o'clock. J.
Henri Burch, (colored,)bf Baton Kongo,
was elected temporary Chairman. A
permanent organization followed, with
Lieuteuaut-Goveruor Dunn as Chair
A Cuban gentleman, farming in Fau
quier,County, Ya., informs the Lynch?
burg Republican that he has a plan on
foot, and, be believes, iu process of .suc?
cessful execution, for the introduction
of a considerable number of Cuban
families into banquier Couuty. Tho
proposed immigrants are, for tho most
part, of the best social class of that
island. The Cubans, according to Mr.
Casauova, aro tired of living nuder the
bane of Spanish despotism. Thoy have
money, industry, und, what is perhaps
equally important, they are not divided
from us hy political gaps nor dilTereoces
of political faith.
PISANCIAL A rtlJ CO.UMfCltClAJ..
LIVERPOOL-, August 9-NOOD,-Cotton
opened unchanged-uplands 8%? Ot
PARIS, August !).-Rentes 56f. 60o.
LONDON, August 9-Noon.-Securities |
LONDON, August 9-Evening.-Con?
sols 93%. Bonds-G2s 93%; 5s, old,
93%; 7s 92%; ?O's 93.
LIVERPOOL, August 9-Evening.- |
Cotton closed flat-uplands 8%; Or?
leans O'? .
NEW YORK, August 9-Noon.-Flour I
and com dull aud drooping. Wheat |
quiet and unchanged. Pork steady, at
13.50. Cotton quiet-uplands 19%;
Orleans 19%; sales 2,285 bales, including
85 in transie. Freights Bteady. Stocks
steady and quiet. Gold heavy, at 11%
@12. Governments firm and dull. State j
bonds quiet. Money easy. Exchange
long 9%; short 10%.
7 P. M.-Cotton in fair demand and
prices easier; sales 2,935 bales-uplands
19%; Orleans 19%. Flour-Southern
dull and drooping; common to fair extra |
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Wbiekey lower, at 92%. Wheat quiet I
and unchanged. Corn slightly favors j
buyers, at 65>?(a}60%. Pork a shade
Lower, at 13.50. Beef dull. Lard heavy
-kettle 9%. Freight? dall. Money
easy-prime discounts 5@7. Sterling
heavy, ab 9%(5)9%. Gold 11%? 12.
Market unfavorably affected by. the re?
ported placing of a loan in Loudon and
an advance in bonds. Governments very
Htrong; 81s 16%; 62s 15; 4H 14; 53 14.% ;
new 12%; 7s 13%; 8s 13%; 40d 13%.
States not very active; new South Caro?
linas Arm aud a trifle higher. Tenncs
sees 75; new 75%. Virginias G??^; uew
72. Louisianas 65;'new Gl; levees 70;
8s 83. Alabamas 100; 5? 67. Georgias
83; 7s 91. North Carolinas 41; new 27.
South Carolinas 72; uew 58.
CINCINNATI, August 9.-Flour iu fair
demand aud advanced. Corn quiet.
Pork nomiual, at email@example.com. Lard
dull and lower-prime kettle 9. Bacon
dull and drooping-shoulders G(?>GJ? ;
clear sides 7%.
ST. LOUIS, August 9.-Corn drooping.
Flour dull. Whiskey 90(?j91. Pork
13.25. Bacon dull-shoulders 6?4'(a?G,? J
door sides 8???8??. Lard-keg 9.
LOUISVILLE, August 9.-Provisions un?
settled. Pork held at 13.00. Shoulders
6^; clear sides 77??oj8. Pack lard ll.
NEW ORLEANS, August 9.-Flour dull
-double 6.50@6.G5; treble 6.75(^7.00.
Corn quiet-mixed 07(3)68; white 70.
Pork dull, at 14.75. Bacon dull, at 7%
@9. Lard dull, at 10^(^11%. Cotton
quiet-low middliog 17(a)17%; receipts
820 bales; sales 400; stock 43.561.
BALTIMORE, August 9.-Cotton dnll
nod tending downward-middling 19%;
receipts 74 bales; solos 87; stook 1,127.
Flour dull. Wheat Arm. Corn scarce I
bnt firm-white 77@78; yellow 67@68; |
mixed 65(ai0?. Pork dull, at 15.00.
Bacon weak-shoulders 7; rib sides 8%.
Lard 10>?@U. Whiskey nomiuol, ot
MEMPUIS, August 9.-Cotton flat
AUODSTA, August 9.-Cotton quiet and
weak-middliug 17; sales 186 bales; re?
SAVANNAH, August 9.-Nothing doing I
in cotton-low middliug 17%; reoeipts
19 boles; stock 4,865.
BOSTON, August 9.-Cotton quiet
middling 20%; receipts 10 halos; sales
200; stock 600.
PHILADELPHIA, August 9.-Cotton dull
NORFOLK, August 9.-Cotton quiet
low middling 17%; receipts 25 bales;
sales 20: stuck 413.
WILMINGTON, August 9.-Cotton quiet
-middling 19; stock 56 bales.
CHARLESTON, August 9.-Cotton dull
middling 18; receipts 172 biles; siles
705; stook 3,529.
GALVESTON, August 9.-Cotton dall
good ordinary 16; receipts 333 bales;
MORICE, August 9.-Cotton dall aud
nominal-middliug 18; receipts 108
bales; sales 50; stock 6,406.
York News, bave* become ao common
with some of our .ministers ?bat they
aeiaoievery opportunity to' introduce i
them, much to tbo annoyance of those
true worshipers who consider the Bible,
and not the newspaper, as the proper :
souroe for the subject matter of tho ser- i
mon. It is not snffioient that matters of '.
national import should' be descanted :
upon by our political preachers, for, it i
appears, some of thom consider it within
their calling to enter into the partisan ]
fury at present displayed in certain i
Quarters against our civic authorities,
.'he press and the platform are the pro?
per spheres for the discussion of snob
matters. The celebrated Edmund Burke
was of opinion that politics and the pul- i
pitare terms tbat havo little agreement.
He very properly considered that no i
sound ought to be heard in tho church
but tli3 healing voice of Christian chari- i
ty. "The cause of civil liberty and civil ;
government," he remarked, "guins as
little as that of religion by tho opnfu- ?
sion of duties." And he "further said
that "those who quit their proper cha- ;
rauter to assume what does not belong i
to them are, for the greater part, igno?
rant both of the character they leave ;
and tho character they nssnmo," an
axiom tho truth of which is illustrated,
wo aro sorry to say, in tho porsous of i
many of oar prominent preachers. This 1
great statesman und orator considered i
that this class of preachers, wholly un- i
acquainted with tho world in which they
aro so fond of meddling, and inexpe?
rienced in all its affaira, on which they
prono ii nee with HO much conlidonce,
possess nothing of politics but thc pas?
sions they excite. Tho romark, so far
as regards tho experience of these mon,
though applicable to the clergy of his
country, iu his time, does not apply to
our ministers of the present day; but :
that tho introduction by them of politics
into their discourses tends to excite tho
posions und prejudices of tho people,
which, on tho contrary, they ought to
allay by Christian example, is evident.
When will our ministers remombor the
precept of their Divine teacher, that
they cannot serve two masters?
The sixth annual report of the Freed?
men's Savings aud Trust Company
proves that the negroes are not badly off
at tho South. In the thirty-two branches
of that institution now existing in the
Southern States the total balance duo
depositors at tho end of the fiscal year
was 82,4.55,830.11. The total iu 18G6,
when most of tjio branches wero in ope?
ration, was only S 199,283 42. The freed?
men not being by iustinct or education
a thrifty race, these figures must be
taken to imply u pretty healthy fiuanciul
condition of auch of that class UH are
willing to work. Nothing is further from
tho truth than stories of freezing out ne?
groes from the South, under-paying
them and cheating them, tho fact being
that iu many Stutes they are almost mas?
ters of tho situation, can everywhere get
good wages for every hour's lubor that
they will perform, and, BO far from
being oppressed, enjoy a state of things '
which the white workers iu other purls i
of the world might envy.
FIFTEEN GREAT MISTAKES.-It is a 1
great mistake to sut up our own standard I
of tho right and wrong aud judge people ,
accordingly. It is a great mistake to
mensuro tho enjoyment bf others by our 1
own; to expect uniformity of opinion in
this world; to look for judgment and ex- i
periauoe iu youth; to endeavor to mould ,
all dispositions alike; not to yield in
immaterial trifles; to look for perfection
in our own actions; to worry ourselves i
and others with what cannot bo reme- i
died; not to alleviate all that needs alle?
viation, as far as lies io our power; not
to make alluwauce for the infirmities of
others; to consider everything impossi?
ble which wo cnn not perform; to believe
only what our finito minds can grasp; lo
expect to be ?hie to understand every?
thing. Tho greatest of all mistakes is to
live only for tim?, when any moment i
may launch us into eternity.
HOTED ARRIVALS, August 'J. - Columbia
Hotel-A. Boss aud lady, Charleston; CK
W. Palmer, R. D. Bowen; New York; J.
M. Brawloy, S. C.; E. H. Buist, Ch craw;
James Norton, S. C.; W. M. Holley
mau and family, Cnuwayboro; H. W.
High, Wilmington; Miss M. E. Thom?
son, Miss E. Thomson, Spartauburg;
Miss Carrio Cleveland, Tennessee; T.
H. Botnur, Atlanta; W. A. Bradley, Au?
Nickerkoh House-D. lleuuo, lt. it G.
R. R. ; J. E. Bacon, Edgelield; F. Sohle
gelmilch, Gilbert Hollow; J. M. Seigler,
Newberry; B. A. Walker, Y. N. Butler,
E. E. Dickson, Manning; J. W. Fleck,
Cornwall's; Mrs. C. R. Bryce, Richland;
Mrs. Gumage, Mrs. J. \V. Covert, two
phildren aud servant, Charleston; J. H.
Averill, Fort Motte; Brady, Now York;
J. P. Smith, N. C.; T. B. Btickett, wife
aud two children, G. A. Lt. R. R. ; J. R.
A savant haB discovered with the mi?
croscope that wheu wo pour milk imo a
cup of tea the albumen of thu milk und
thu tannin of the tea instantly unito sud
form leather, or minute flakes of tho
very sumo compound which is produced
in texture of tho tanned hides, and
which mukes it leather as distinguished
from tho originul skiu. Ho consequent?
ly estimates that in tho course of a year
a tea drinker of average capacity im?
bibes enough leather tc make it pair of
Last year tho expense of tho city go?
vern men t of Jersey City, New Jersey,
under n Democratic admin intration, was
$1,001.000. Tho expenditure bf tho
now Radical government for tho last
three mouths was 81,989,000. Wash?
ington is now invited to this entertain?
DISCONTINUED.-Tho post offices ut
Clio, Poo Deo aud Campbell's ' Bridge,
have, per order from tho Department
nt Washington, hoou discontinued.
How TO CURE HTAMMHUTNO.-Lute A.
Taylor, editor of the LaCroaso (Wie.)
Lssdcr, who Ima . been an inveterate I
stammerer, writes as follows about the
way to care the habit!' "No ?tamtnoriug 1
person ever found any difficulty in sing?
ing. The reason of this is that by ob?
serving the measure of the musio-by
keeping time-the organs of speech aro
kept in BU eli position that onanciation is
easy. Apply the sumo rule to reading
or specoh, and the same result will fol?
low. Let the stammerer take n sentence,
say this one, 'Leander swum the Helles?
pont/ and pronounoe it by syllables,
Boan it, keeping time with his finger if |
necessary, lotting each syllable occupy
the same time, thus, 'Le-an-dor
swam-the-Hel-los-pont,' and be j
will not stammer. Let him pronounoe
slowly at firBt, theu faster, bat still keep?
ing time, keeping time with words in-1
stead of syllables, and ho will be sur?
prised to bud that, by very little prac?
tice, bo will read without stammering,
and nearly as rapidly as persons ordina?
rily talk or roud. Then practice thin in
reading and conversation until the habit)
is broken up. Pers?v?rance and atten?
tion is all that is necessary to perform a j
Accounts from tho Rio Orando section
nf Texus state that the rancheros are at
tho mercy of the Mexjoan marauders,
ind are bei nf? continually robbed and
maltreated. Where's Uncle Sam?
FINE second-hand PIANO for
salo. Will be sold cheap. Apply
at this offloo._Align?t 10 2
Look to Your Interest.
THE best MEAT in thc Market
?."HflKlfl?lcaTi bo had at our ?tall, at 8, 10
il mrrf a nd 12J cent? por jxinnd. Orders
Tor largo or small quantities, from city or
country, filled promptly.
STARLING A POPE,
August 8 lill_Htalla 3 and 5.
?)K BBLS. NORTHERN IRISH POTA
4t)TOEH. For salo low by .
Angnst3 JOHN AGNEW A 30N.
A GOOD HORSE and BUGGY. Ap?
ply at this office.
_ j_August 0_C
THE undersigned respectfully inform the
public that they have thia cay formed a
co-partnership, under tho name and style of
GOODMAN A 80N, and will continue tho
CLOTHING BUSINESS as heretofore at tho
well known and popular establishment of
GOODMAN'S CLOTHING BAZAAR.
August 9 a_D. GOODMAN.
Columbia Must Do a Larger Business.
Extra Preparation (or a Big Trade. |
HAVING put our Rotail House in order, wo
are now proparod to show our customers a
FULL LINE OF GOODS, in every depart?
ment, which will bo largoly replenished bj
every steamer with cboico and seasonable
floods, unrivalled for quality, styles and prices.
Ono of tho Arm is DOW in New York looking
if ter the interests of our customers. We in?
tend to exhibit, ibis fall and winter, the best
stock of goods ovor opened in Columbia, at
prices to suit all.
We koop only standard makes of goods di?
rect from manufacturers and importers, and
jell to every ono abbe, having but ONE PRICE.
Our Wholesale and Carpet Room will con?
tain a choice stock of goods, in oaality and [
Big line of DOMESTIC8 allaya on band.
W. D. LOVE A CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building, .
W. D. LOVE,
Ii. II. McCrtr.F.nv. Aug 9
THE WOVEN \\WE~T?SS
Hartford Woven Wire Mattrers Co.
APERMANENT SPRING BED, guaranteed
never to loas ita shape, never to get out
jf order, nover to need repair.
For Hotel, Hospital, and private uses, Ac.
Call and examino tho article and tho testi?
monials, at tho agency over FlSHEB's Drug
Store, opposite Columbia Hotel.
Ah gnat 9_
N EWS .
TuE Proprietor of tho "LITTLE STORE"
lias jut<t returned from New York with a neat
Cheapest yet of tho season. Call and see, at
Tii'y 27 O. P. JACKSON'S, Millyit.
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOB, RICHLAND Co.,
COLUMUIA, S. C., Juno 28,1871.
IN pursnancb of an Act of the Goneral As?
sembly, at ita last session, my office in Co?
lumbia will bo opon, on and after 1st day of
July next,to August 10, to receive tho returns
of Personal Property of tho tax-payers of this
County for tho voar 1871. Blanks caD bo ob
Iained at this ?nice, ia tho Court House.
Tax-payers are required to enter on blanks
all transfers or purchases of real estate, and
also all new buildings erected sinco last re?
Whero tax-payers neglect to'mako their re?
turns, the Cotiuty Auditor is compelled, by
law, to charge them with tho loturn of tho
previous year and add fifty per cent, thereto
as penally. M. J. CALNAN,
Juno 29 Auditor Kichland County.
i The Georgia Oin.
THIS is the third season wo have sold thee.
GINS, and havo never had a single com?
plaint. Wo offer them with renewed confi?
dence, at moderato pricos and reasonable
terniB.. L?RICK A LOWRANCE, ARIS.,
July 13 2iuo Columbia, S. C.
BA XX, Y!
J ?BT IN, a ohoico lot of SHEET OIL
OLOTQS, oat to Qt any sizstl room or hall.
A beautiful line or PRINTS, in Light and
An elegant oollectiou of WHITE G JODS,
of every description.
A full line or H0U8E-F?RNI8HING AR?
TICLES, atpricea beyond competition.
A full, completo, well-assorted, new stock *
of Ladies', Miases', Mon's and Children's
SHOES, of all tho popular stylen, at prioea
that tshow our ability to sell cheap Gooda.
August 8 lt. 0, SHIVER A CO.
DR. S. F. FANT'S
m i ? Jf ^ composed of tho best Antiipe
flggwaiBfcriodic Tonics known to tho mudlo&l
-j profession. The addition o? certain
; BJ ingredients his completely dla
guieed the taste of the Tonic prin
"ML^ oiple aa to rendor it palatable, even
to tho most fastidious.
lt augments the energy of the vital rano
tiona, exerting a powerful Inflnenco over the
digestivo, asmmulative, sanguiniferous and
It proves salutary in the debility conse?
quent npon all malarious diseases, violent
bodily or mental exertion, in weakness of tho
! constitution of both sexes,in nervous vertigo.
? bead-aohe, tic-doloreux, and many local
pains, dependent on deficient energy in the
j nervous Byatem. It also possesses laxative
and alterative properties, ?nd will remove all
biliousness from the stomach, inore&ee the
I appetite, and invigorate tho whole system.
Prepared only by 8. F. PANT,
Newberry, 8. 0.
For sale at W. 0. FISHER'S
Nev Drag Store, .
Opposite Coba m bia Hotel,
August 9 Gmo. Columbia, 8. O.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, DALT.,'MD.
THE next regular session will commence on.
the FIRST MONDAY in October. 1871. .'
Preliminary lectures will begin tho 18th Sep?
tember. The course of instruction is emi?
nently praotioal and complete, consisting pf
didactio lectures, clinical lectures and special
ina t ructions ta the diagnosis and treatment of
dlBo&ne ai tlie '?ed side. Every variety of di*
caao may be seen in the hospital wards and
free dispensary connected with thc college.
FEES-For rall course, 1120; Matriculation,
$5; Dissection, $10; Graduation, $20. Students
from the late slave-holding States, whose means
are limited, will be received upon the benefi?
ciary plan of the school. The aunnal circular
and catalogue, containing roll particulars,
will ho sent on application to
CHARLES W. CHANCELLOR, M. D..
July 29 Ump_Dean of the Faculty. '
The University of Virginia
. ooKPniexa ?
|TIIE FOIiLOWniO DEPAllTilKlITS i
18CHOOL.OF LATIN. 2. School or Greek.
. 3. School of Modern Languages. 4.
School of Moral Philosophy. 5 behool of
History and English Literature. .G. School of
Chemistry. 7. School of Natural-Philosophy.
8. School of Mathem&tioa. 0. School of Oom,
mou and Statute Law. 10 School of Consti?
tutional and Civil Law and Equity. ll. School
or Physiology and Surgery. 12. School of
Anatomy and Materia Medica. 13. School of
M edieine and Obstetrics. 14 School of Ap
?lied Mathematics. 15. 8choolof Analytical,
udustrial and Agricultural Chemistry. 1G.
School ot Natural History and Agriculture
(Professor to bo elected.) air Provision
mado for classes in Mineralogy and Geology,
Hebrew, Political Economy, Practical Physics,
Medical Jurisprudence and Sanskrit
Diplomas and Certificates of Projlciency aro
given in tho soparato schools.
Tho following Degree?, aro conferred: 1.
Bachelor of Letters. 2. Bachelor of Sciences.
3. Master of Arta. 4. Doctor of Medicine.
5. Bachelor of Law. G, Civil Engineer. 7,
Mining Engineer. lr
Tho expenses of the Btndcnt, exclusivo of '
text books, clothing and pocket money, amount
to from $365 to $395 per session of nine
months; of which sums $220 to $250 aro pay
ablo on admission. Session opona October 1.
For catalogues, address '
OfiAHLtEs B. VEVAni.E,
Chairman ot Faculty.
P. P., University of Va. July 23 roth 9
FRESH AND OOOX.I
E open this day a fresh lot of
Direct from first hands. Having no old stock
to work off, wo show new and fresh Gooda, at
Dull Times Prices.
Wo aak ospocial attention and examination
of our low price
Remember, the only place in tho city to pro?
cure th cao desirable goods is at
PORTER & STEELE'S.
THE MORRIS COTTON OIN
UAH DISTANCED ALL OTHERS,
AND is warranted to do it again. For full
particulars, relativo to tbosQ machine?,
address E. MOURIN,
Juno 18 3mo Colombia, B. C.
Fall Turnip Seed.
milORBURN'S Groen fllobe, Red Top, largo
1 White Norfolk, Yellow Stono, and Ruta
Baga, frosh, and for- nulo by
August 2_ISP WARD HOPE.
. On Consignment,
?)Afa BOXES SCALED HERRINGS, 35
&\J\J cents per box.
August 8 GEO. SYMMERS.