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Englonii on the Peace Proposition
Airo Ira In Homo, cts.
PATHS, September 14.-Jales Favre hos
received tbe congratulations of the
diplomatic representatives of England,
Spain, Austria and Holland, who remain
Fugitives from McMahon's army reach
the neighborhood of Paris by hundreds.
The Prussians aro pumping water
from the moats around Strasburg. It is
reported that they are preparing to send
out balloons, from which nitro-glycerine
will be dropped into the French maga?
BRUSSELS, September 14. -Belgium,
as yet, has received no formal notifica?
tion of the establishment of tho French
LONDON, September 14.-Reports of
popular risings nt Nice nnd Meutone aro
ooufirmed at both places. Tho French
authorities have been deposed uud pri?
soners released. Tho Italian Republic
has been proclaimed.
D'Israeli, addressing a County moot?
ing, congratulated tho country that Par?
liamentary and other reforms had re?
moved all opportunities of iuterual
disquiet. England was now in a condi?
tion to witness, unmoved, vanishing
Empires and rising Republics.
MADRID, September 14.-The press
generally eulogizes American recogni?
LONDON, September 15.-Tho English
Government not having recoguized the
Republic, Thiers was not received at
Downing Streut. During an interview
at the French Embassy, Granville, reply?
ing to Thiers' proposition, said: "1 do
not see bow England can interfere; but
I think I may say that while preserving
a strict neutrality* England will prosont
to Prussia any propositions offered by
France, and act the part of a siucore
friend. It cannot, however, bo expected
that England will join any power in ut?
tering a threat to Prussia; nor can Eng?
land positively promise to urge upon
Prussia the acceptance of any offer which
Franco may be disposed to make ber.
BERLIN, September 15.-Tho Provi?
sional Government nt Puris would have
been accepted by tho Prussians, had tho
Prussian exactions been accepted, em?
bracing the cession of Alsace and Lo?
raine; the dismantlement of the frontier
fortresses. Tho Provisional Government
refused to listen to any proposition of
surrendering French territory.
LONDON, September 15.-The News
contains a letter from Berlin, giving thc
views of the Prussiau Government.
Frnssia won't negotiate with the present
Frenoh Government. Prussia proposes
to occupy Paris. Tho Regency, Senate,
and Corps L?gislatif will then be re?
assembled, and the restored Government
will name commissioners to negotiate
peace. When this treaty is signed, Na?
poleon will bo released and France bo
left free to choose a goverumont.
There is intense eagerness to hear
The blockade of tho Elbe has been
raised, and vessels now pass freely.
MADRID, September 15.-Olozagn, tho
Spanish Minister to Paris, has been re?
called-his offence being tho recognition
of the French Republic. This is a vio?
lation of tho treaties whereby Spain was
bound to resist the action of tho other
LONDON, September 15.-Communica?
tion between Paris and Lyous has been
destroyed by tho Prussians atMontreau,
sixteen miles South-east of Melun.
There was a short skirmish there. The
firing was heard at Paris. All tho
bridges within reach were destroyed by
tho French on tho Lyons road. Italiau
unity seems accomplished. The sympa?
thy of tho people seems almost entirely
with the Italians. Tho Papal garrisou
of Moutallo hus been captured. Au
Italian division should now be before,
if not in Rome. Ci vi ta Vecchia has
declared for Italian unity. Tho inhabi?
tants of Braccaino displayed Italian flags
upon the approach of tho Italiau troops.
IBruccaiuo is seven miles North-west of
FLORENCE, September lu.-The Opi?
nion denies that there arc diplomatic
difficulties iu tho way of the occupation
PARIS, September 15.-The Prussian
dragoons have appeared before Nagent
sur Marne, Volgos, and at several small
towns on tho North-east, East and South?
east of Paris.
The National Guard isbeiug organized
Trochu, in bis order to-day, says that
70,000 men on the ramparts by persever?
ing efforts may Bave Paris. Thc city is
unapproachable, if its defenders are pro?
Tho Counsellors of State have tempo?
rarily suspended their authority. Foreign
diplomats are still in Paris.
The Prussians still swarm arouud
The Gaulois bas reason to predict
happy results from pendiug peace nego?
LONDON, September 15.-A despatch,
dated Cussol, Bays tho Emperor spends
his mornings in making long excursions.
His guard consists of one. Prussian officer,
two subalterns, one trumpeter, and tbir
ty-ouo men. The Empress and Louis
make constant excursions around Lias
tings. Carriages aro never used.
PARIS, September 15.-Fashion jour?
nals have been suspended. Mourning is
generally worn in Puris and Berlin.
The ship wrecked on Goodwiu Sands
was the Eliza Beckman.
LEITH, September 15.-A boiler ex?
ploded to-day, hurting fifty persons; four
have siuco died.
LONDON, September 15.-Tho Pope
bas an explanatory letter from Victor
Emanuel. Delay, on Emanuel's part,
would lead to tho proclamation of a re?
public, in overy Italian city. Ema?
nuel's soldiers would not have fought
for a republic, as tho result would havo
boon os fatal to Papacy. As it is, repub?
licanism is so rampant that it may yet
MADRID, September 15.- Rivers is
aiok and his resignation is expected.
Rodrigues will probably succeed him.
CONSTANTINOPLE, September 16.
The Saltan hos withdrawn his objection
to tho Khedive's latest loans.
PAULS, Septomber 15.-The French
troops who entered Baden territory will
remain to operate on Gorman soil with
the reinforcements sent thom.
Troohu's address to the Gardes Na?
tionale and the result of the review was
It is assured that the defence of the
city will bo admirably maintained.
PariB is reody to sacrifico all in order to
givo France timo to organize for irre?
sistible defence. Last night the Pa?
risians were awakened by a tremendous
cannonading all along the ramparts.
Tho excitement was allayed by tho in?
formation that tho troops were practic?
ing. Shops aro mostly closed, and
master and employees are drilling.
Lord Lyons warns English subjects to
leave the city while they may.
Place de Laooncordo is filled with
cavalry and Nationale Garde.
Tho Prussians were discovered firing
with rifles, from a secluded place, at a
A large number of Franc Lironrs are
camped at Moutmartorie. The Prus?
sians, to-day, aro camped at Croix, Aux
Bois, Gartous, Glas au Fontaine, near
the city. The Uhlans appeared at No
gent Sur Scino, but retreated before the
Many largo Prussian siege guns are
imbeded in the mud in tho canal De La
Marne au Rbin. The Germans attempt?
ed to transport gnus by this canal, when
the French let out tho water. It is said
that tho cousequeuco of this will delay
the siege a considerable time.
Tho forts at Lyons aro completed aud
troops aro reaching Ibero daily. Guus
are all in position.
Largo sums of money have been sub?
scribed throughout Frauco for defence.
Largo forces aro orgauiziug iu every
A party of American volunteers passed
Tours to-day for Paris. Couscripts of
the regular army are drilliug diily.
LONDON, September 15.-A cataract
has been discovered in British Guiana,
which dwarfs Niagara. Two fulls, 120
aud 150 feet, and the volume of water
passing over 78 foot deep and 100 yards
broad, during tho dry season.
l- l? t IL 1 Affray-The KU-ctioiis, ?fcc.
MEMIUILS, September ll.-In an affray
over a gamo of ten-pins, at Shelby Sta
tiou, on tho Memphis and Louisville
Railroad, Samuel Dickley, a planter,
and George Fleming, a livery stable
keeper, killed each other.
NEW YORK, September 14.-Clarence
A. Seward and George H. Pendleton ar?
rived on tho Cuba to day.
CHICAGO, September 15.-Tho Demo?
crats nominated Wm. B. Audersou for
Congress, nod candidate nt large, and
Charles Ridcly Stato Treasurer. Igna?
tius Donnelly will run for Congress.
ST. PAUL, MINN., September 15.-Pro?
vided the Democrats make no nomina?
tion, Donnelly will run on the free-trade
WASHINGTON, September 15.-Internal
revenue from beverages this Julv exceed
that of last July $1,225,000.
RICHMOND, September 15.-Statistics
of internal revenue show tho amount of
chewing tobacco manufactured in this
city, in 1869, was 15,021,000 pounds,
beiug double thc amount manufactured
tho year before. Tho nmouut of smok?
ing tobacco was 1,000,000 pounds, hoing
over four times as much as was manu?
factured tho year before.
There has been no raiu in this vicinity
for seventy-two days.
AUGUSTA, September 15.-Gen. Col
quitt, President of the Stato Democratic
Convention, has called au Executive
Committeo meeting, at Macon, on the
27th, to elect a chairman in place of
Tho Republican Executive Committeo,
to-day, passed resolutions culliug a con?
vention of each Congressional District,
on the 5th of October, to appoint mem?
bers to the Stato Executive Committeo,
who meet in Atlanta, October 18th, to
argo Republicans to organizo forthwith,
and nominate candidates for theGcueral
Assembly, and County officers; also, to
recommend tho passage of a law chang?
ing tho election to tho week before
Christmas, which was approved by Aker
man. In the event of the law not being
passed, tho election will occur on the
8th of November, tho duy named in the
THE "ARROW TIE" was invented and pa?
tented hy Mr. J. J. McComb, while a resi?
dent of Now Orloans, previous to tho lato
war-and ealeH of considerable quantity were
maile hero in 18(51.
Since the war, it has been gradually grow?
ing in favor in every section where colton ia
Tho manufacture and ?ale of that TIE ia tho
exercise on tho part of McCOMD of an unim?
peachable proprietary right.
For salo hv all dealers in Iron Tins and
country merchants generally, under full ?ua
rantoo at the lowest market prices.
ROBERT MURE A CU., General Agents,
Charleston, S. C.
CIIAKI.ES L, BARTLETT, Columbia, S. C., Ge?
neral Traveling Agent for tho Carolinas.
July 19 _3wo
1 f\nn BUSHELS Primo Heavy OATS
J.?" /\J\J for salo low bv
AnglO _ EDWARD IIOI'E^
iyf\f\ bBS. CAROLINA INDIOO, of snpe
?UU rior quality, for salo bv
August 25 EDWARD HOPE.
FINANCIAL, AND OOHHBRCIAX..
COLUMBIA, September 16.-Sales of
cotton yesterday, 120 bales-middlings
Nsw YORK, September 15-Noon.
Wbeat and flour quiet and Arm. Cot?
ton quiet-uplands 19%; Orleans 20??;
sales 800 bales. Freights firmer. Stocks
very dull. Gold 13%. Money 4@5,
Sterling unchanged. G2's 12%.
7 P. M.-Mouoy active, at 5@6. Ster?
ling dull, at 9%@9%. Gold 14(^14.^.
Government's closed quiet. 62's 12%.
Southern's dull and nominally steady.
Cotton weak, with sales of 2,61)0 mles
uplands 19%. Flour firmer and more
active-superfino 4.75(<$4.95; common lo
fair ej tra Southern firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat;
quiet-winter red aud amber Western j
email@example.com. Corn firm, at 83@84. Beef I
quiet. Mess pork active, at 20.25. Lard I
unchanged. Whiskey lower, 8G@86J?.
Groceries quiet and firm. Freights nu- ?
settled-flour sail 1 aud 6; wheat steam
8%@8)?; sail 75.
BALTIMORE, September 15.-Flour ac?
tive. Wheat higher for Western and
medium grades. Corn Btrongor-white
90(^95; yellow 90. Pork2S.50. Shoul?
ders 15%. Whiskey 91. no sales.
CINCINNATI, September 15.-Flour
dull-family 5.25(35.50. Corn dull, nt
78@80. Whiskey irregular, at SS@89.
Mess pork 26.00(Vfj26.25, no sules. Lard
in better demand, at 15. Bacon in mo?
derate demand-shoulders lija; clear
17|^@17%, outside figures.
GALVESTON, September 15.-Tho au?
thorities have established a quarantine
of twenty-five days on all vessels from
Now Orleans and Brashcar City.
LOUISVILLE, September 15.-Baggiug
unchanged. Corn unchanged. Provi?
sions unchanged. Pork 20.00. Shoul?
ders l-l '4; clear sides 18. Whiskey 88?
ST. LOUIS, September 15.-Bagging
29>.i(?30. Flour dull. Corn steady, at
G7(a 70; yellow 72(7/ 73. Provisions quiet
and unchanged. Lard dull. Whiskey
steady, al 89.
NEW ORLEANS, September 15.-Cotton
active-middlings n^(dj\S; sales 1,300
bales; receipts -176; stock 6,293.
MOBILE, September 15.-Middling
cotton 17.'.j(V',17!..'; sales 150 bales; re?
AUOUSTA, September 15.-Cotton easy,
at 17J?j(?17 1 i ; sales 310 bales; receipts
SAVANNAH, September 15.-Middling
cotton 17;'B'(?<jl7; sales 150 bales; re?
ClIAltLESTON, September 15.- Middling
cotton W?(&ny?; sales 300 bales; re?
ceipts 665; exports 823; stock 2,150.
LONDON, Seutember 15-3 P. M.-Con?
sols 92,'u'. Bonds OOjtf. Bank rate ad?
vanced to 3 per ceut.
LIVERPOOL, September 15-Noon.
Cotton firm-uplands 9'.,; Orleans 9;'.,.
LIVERPOOL, September 15-Kvcuing.
Cottou buoyant but unchanged-sales
14,000 bales. Prices at Manchester ad?
vance slowly, compared with the prices
of cottou here.
R. 4 Vi. C. SW A F F1 E LD.
AHEAD AS USUAL.
OUR FALL STOCK
NOW IN STORE.
The Largest and Best Stock
VYE ll AVE
EVER 0FFEREB TO THE PUBLIC.
MEN anti HOYS' HATS of everv descrip?
tion, TRUNKS, VALISES, SHAWLS,
RUGS, DRESSING GOWNS, Ac.
A superior SHIRT, never before offered in
this market, mude to order without extra
Tho largest lino of French and English
CLOTHS amt VESTINGS ever j.ffortd. With
additional facilities iii our workshop, wo aro
determined that our Custom Department
shhll bo unsurpassed
HATS and CLOTHING at wholesale
R. fi W. C. S WARFIELD,
Sept 10 Columbia Clothing House.
Axes! Axes! !
-j (\f\ DOZEN best cast steel warranted
Lv/\J AXES, just received and for salo low
at wholesale ami retail Also, twenty-five
dozen good cast steel AXKS at retail for $1
each. Twenty dozen AXE HANDLES, anda
fullsupplv of SPADES, SHOVELS, PICKS,
MATTOCKS, Ac., Ac Just received, and mr
sale low, by_J. ?V. T. lt. A? ?NEW.
To Wood Contractors.
PROPOSALS will bo received at this oflico
for supplying tho City Water Works with
iivohundred cords good quality PINE WOOD.
Tho proposals will bo Bubmittt-d to Council
for action at regular meeting. September V20.
WILLIAM J. KITER,
Sept 10 if> _ Pity Clerk.
New Family Flour.
I PLA BB LS. New and Choice Family
J_eJ\7 FLOUR for sale low bv
Aug 10_EDWARD HOPE.
Bolted Corn Meal.
?\r? BARRELS, in fino order, for salo by
?lD Sept 0 EDWARD HOPE.
NICKE RSON HOUSE,
IHAYE maila arrangements to give BREAKFAST to passengers arriving on the carly
Knuth Cn ulina Railroad train, and destined to points on tho Greonvillo and Columbia
This Honso is also the DINNER HOUSE for thc Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Rail?
road, and Oreen vj Ile und Colnmhia Itailioad.
Passengers arriving bv the Greenville and Columbia Railroad, going South, via Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad, have FORTY MINUTES FOR DINNER. Those going to
Charleston havo FOUR HOURS to lay over for evening train.
OMNIBUSES will bc in attendance to convey passengers to and from the Hotel FnEE OF
CHAItOK. WM. A. WRIUUT, Proprietor.
Sept 10 12
Fall and Winter.
WE have now on baud one of tho BEST
STOCK OF GOOns ever offered in Olin
marke I at thin season <jf tho year.
Our buyer ia now In New York and shipping
UH good* daily, bought under regular prices,
which we are selling very low.
Call and be Convinced.
A tull stock of Goods for Eull and Winter
0:1 hand, suited to this market, and our
POPULAR PRICES insured to please every
1 VU0LESA LE DEPARTMENT
Is Tull tn overflowing, and r.irc inducements
offered to country merchants.
If you want Ft" IA. VALVE Fun YOCU MONEY,
you will get it from
W. D. LOVE & CO.,
Columbia Hotel Building, Main stree t.
Just received a full Hue of C Ut PETS, OIL?
CLOTHS, I>BU G GETS, RUGS and HAS
SACKS, ?Vc. Some of our patterns in Carpeta
Agents for the EM PI HE SEWING MA?
CHINE-ono ol tho best.
We have on hand a line of skeleton S TEP
LADDEltS, from three foot te ten feet high,
very light and strong. Every houso-keoper
nhould have one.
W. ?. LOVE.
B. B. McCrtF.KitY. Sept 10
United States District Court-South
lu rc thc (.aurons Railroad Company, Bank?
rilHE creditors of ?lie Laurens Railroad,
_L bankrupt, are required hy order of the
Court, dated 20th August, 1870. to render and
establish their respectivo liens, before C. G.
Jaeger, Register, within thirty davs from tho
publication hereof, or they will be precluded
fruin any distribution of tuc ascots of tlio said
bankrupt. JAMES M. BAXTER,
NKWIIKIIRY, S. C., Sept. (j, 1870. Assignee.
Sept O Imo
Carolina Manufacturing Company,
HAVING opened a Branch Uouse in
tho city of Columbia, offer for salo the
latest patented and best made STOVES;
:the most improved patterns ami regu?
lar sizers of all kinds of TIN-WAKE, and
everything in these particular linea, with
confidence of their merit.
GUTTERING, ROOFING and all kinds of
job work done with despatch, by superior
workmen. Plumbing, in all il* branches, ex?
ecuted, lt you want Water carried to all
convenient points about your premises, we
will do your work at such prices aa w ill enable
all to afford it.
The public are invited to call. Store in
Ehrlich's Building, four doors below Bryce's
corner. Aug 18 t
COD LIVER OIL and Panercatine, Cod
Liver Oil with Hypophosphitcs, Elixir of
Gentian and lion, Wino of Wibi Cherry fer
raled, Wine of Pepsin, pure Powder of Pepsin,
Elixir of Barks, Iron and Bismuth, Elixir of
Peppin, Panercatine and Bismuth. These
neparatious are worthy the attention of inva?
lids. For sale by HE1N1TSH,
Aug Pit Druggist and Apothecary.
ICE! ICE! IDE!!
HAVING put my machine in operation, I
now inform the public that I am ready
to supply any and all orders for ICE. Price two
cents per pound by the retail. For 100 pounds
or moro, agreements will be made. Tho Ice
can bo obtained at either Hie. upper or lower
storo. J. C. SK EG ERB.
Toe Georgia Gin.
TBIHE most universally and deservedly popu
A. lar GIN in uso. Everybody who knows it,
buys it, and thoso who buy it, ?re always
pleased with it. It claims no needles, no con?
densers, no Hteel brush, but simply to bc the
best Gin in uso, everything considered.
Prices moder te; quality a)wn\s guaranteed.
LORK1CK i* LOWRANCE,
July 17 2mo Agents, Columbia. _
HAS just received, and opon?
ed a largo stock ot SPRING
COLLARS, TIES, Ac,
Which he proposes to sell on the most reason?
able terms. Call and examine fer yourselves.
April 10 _ f
Removal ot Dental Office.
DH. D. L. BOOZER has removed his
OrrrrCTiiftico to Mr. G. Diurcks' now building,
on Main stroot, over the Messrs. Porter A
Co.'s Dry Goods' Storo, where ho offers his
professional services to his former patrons
and tho publie. June 28
THE brightest and beet. Cheaper and
better than anv other Polish for Tin,
brass Steel, Iron, Glass, Wood, and all other
metallic, surfaces. For salo liv
July 8 t_ E. H. HEINITSH, Druggist.
Pun-cake and Michigan fino-cut Chew?
ing Tobacco, to bc had at POLLOCK'S.
Columbia Odd Fellows' School.
TFIE exorcises of thia School will he rceurn
od on MONDAY, Sd October next.
Terms per mouth, payable at tho end of
Spelling, Heading and Writing.$2.00
Arithmetic, English Grammar, Geogra?
phy, History, Latin and Greek Lan?
Algebra, Geometry and Surveying.$5 00
C O. TRAPP,
Aug 20 Sept 10 Oct 1 A 2_Principal.
THE Next Term of tho Sub
/T/J|^ scriber's SCHOOL will commenco
tfiXGHfeejon WEDNESDAY, September 14,
sHjHS^f?iiid continuo five months, till 11th
Jw??^ February, 1871, Thorough ?imlnic
*?fc^ tioti will bo imparted in all tho
branches pertaining to a completo English
course, in Ancient and Modern Languages,
the Higher Mathematica and Physical Scien?
ces, Vocal and Instrumental Music.
A competent Assistant will be employed for
tho younger pupils, who will be received from
six to eight years of ago, at roducod prices.
Singing will he taught to tho whole Behool,
without extra charge.
Monthly payments required.
For further particulars apply at corner of
Picketts and Camden streets.
Sept l_t_ W. MULLER.
Charlotte Female Institute,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
jgm-^ THE Eighteenth Annual Session
/fTfBk ?f this Institution commences thc
tffl.UlHa-?. flu t11 of September, and continues
H\Qwtafc"until 30th of Juno, 1871. An ac
jVipFcornplished corps of Teachers hat
*S3^>w been employed in all brauchet
usually taught in tl rat class Female Semina
For Circular and Catalogue, containing ful
particulars as to terms, Ac, address
REV. R. DURWELL A SON,
Charlotte, N. C.
REKEIIENCES-Rev. WTm. S. Plumer, D. D.
Columbia, S. C ; Rev. J. B. Adger, D. P., Co
lnuibia, S. C.; Col. Wm. Johnston, Charlotte
N. C._Ans 5 HO
Valle Cruds, near Columbia, S. C.
ggm^ FOR oach young lady's Board
?f/J^L Washing, Fuel, Lights, Tuition ii
iXjKjK?g&English, Needle-Work and Domes
>?ap??l'c Economy, $30 per month-o
?;>no per scholastic year-payab1
?^sJP $150 in advance.
Tho English Course comprises Orthography
Beading, Writing, Arithmetic, Grammar, GOL
granby, (Ancient and Modern,) with use <
Globes. Astronomy, Rhetoric, Logic, Compi
sit ion, History, (Sacred, Ancient and Modern,
Chronology, Mythology, Philosophy, (Natur:
and Intellectual,) Biography, (Classical an
Modern,) Chemistry, Domestic Economy, Bi
tauy, Physiology, (,'onchology, Geology, Algi
bra, Geometry, and Book-Keeping.
Extra Charges for Latin, French, Italiai
Miisic on Harp, Piano, Guitar, Yoealizatioi
Drawing and Painting. Sept 1 1m
University of South Carolina,
COLUMU1A, 8. C., August (5, 1870.
ggm THE next, tho sixty-fourth Al
/f?3&^ nual Session of this Institut io
? c-??v35?S?w'll open on MONDAY, October
' HlfiijU3t?870, and continue, without inte
^y?^y mission, to the ensuing July.
**5BT Tho advantage of a conoplc
education is offered at this Institution
Students in Law, (tho graduates being ont
tied to practice in tho Courts of tho State;)
Medicine, (the course of instruction being o
tensivo and thorough, with two written e
animations during the session;) in Engine?
iug, Mathematics, Mental, Moral and Politic
Philosophy, History, Rhetoric, English Lit
raturo, Aucicnt and Modern Languages, ai
in thc Scientific Schools.
Exponses, i. e., for University Fees ai
Board, for session of nine months, are:
For Student in Academic Schools, about $21
For Student in Law, or Medicine, about $2(
Stato Students ara rccoived from the se\
ral Counties, upon the rocommdation of tin
Representatives and the appointment of t
Governor. lt. W. BARNWELL,
Aug 6 2mo Chairman of tho Faculty
Quaker Liniment a Household Reme t
IT cures Aches and Pains of all kinds,
tei nal and external. This QUAKED LI
MEST is tho best medicine in tho world
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Soro Throat, Too
ache. Pains in Back, Face-ache, Swollin
Sprains, Bruises, Snake Bites, Stings of
sects, for Cramp in the Stomach, Chole
Colic, Sick Stomach, Slimmer Complain
Prepared only by E. H. HEINITSH,
June 9 % Chemist, Columbia. S. C.
E. Morris, Columbia, S. C.,
MANUFACTURER of COTTON GINS,
$3.59 per saw. Our Gins aro warran
to please in every respect, or no sale. 1'
mium awarded at last Slate Fair. Also, Wi
Turning in every description and style,
short notice. _June 30 3tu
Fine Gold Watches
^r%Jk GE all descriptions, for Lac
0BQ^s3Bff and Gentlemen, for sale at
KgftbflRn WILLIAM GLAZE'S,
One door North of Mes
Scott A Williams^Banking nouse. Dec 1
MA NEAT COTTAGE, in tho cen
part ol the city, with ten rooms-liv
hasommt and livo up-stairs-and
cessary out-buildings. Possession can
had oii the lirst of October. Inquire at
oflioo._ _July !
FARMERS, Bave your fern and Moi
keep your Stock fat and healthy, hy 1
ing a Rve Pastura for winter gr.i/.hig. Sh
for sale by LORRICK Si LOWftAKCl
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THI8 (Friday) MORNING, ICth, at 10 o'clock,
weather permitting, I will soil, before my
A general variety of FURNITURE, among
Cottage Bed-room Bet, Mahogany Sofas,
Chaire, Bedsteads, Extension Tables,
Wash Stands, Dressing Bnreans,
Wardrobos, Book Caso, Mattrossos,
Cooking Stove, Cotton Plant,
Crockery, Glass Ware, Ac, Ac.
A good COW and CALF,
- Lbs. Primo Bacon C. R. Sidon,
- " " Shoulders.
Just received and for salo at tho
LOWEST FIGURES FOU CASH.
J. & T. R. AGNEW.
EDWARD H. HEINITSH,
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
The Drug and Chemical Store,
At the old stand of Fisher & ITcinitsh,
OPPOSITE PUONIX OFFI?E.
WHERE DRUGS and MEDICINES
of overy kind will bo sold for cash,
at remarkably low prices; whero
Physicians' Prescriptions and Fami?
ly Recipes will be prepared, under
Mr. Uoinitsh's personal supervision
and care. Whoro also tho following indispen?
sable articles may bo had:
FRESH CONGRESS WATER,
Fresh Citrato Magnesia,
Flavoring Extracts, ?uest quality,
Toilet Articles and Colognes,
Toilet and Bath Soap, for tho skin and com?
plexion, Turkish Towels,
Bathing Sponges, Flesh Brushes,
Bakers' Broma and Cocoa,
Prepared Wheat, Farinaceous Food, for in?
fants and invalids,
Pure Extract of Calf's Feet for Jolly, and for
improving Soups and Gravies,
Gelatines, Coxes A Cooper's, in shoot and
COLOGNES and PERFUMES for tho Toilet.
Tim prophylactic character of Perfumed
Waters and Odors has in all ages received the
sanction of eminent and learned Physicians.
The frequent uso of theso has often restored
tho sick and feoble to health and strength.
Circassian Bloom and Bloom of Youth, for
rendering tho Skin soft and fair as Alabaster
Marble; removes all blemishes, freckles and
Aromatic Blackberry Syrup, for Bowel Com?
plaint, admirably adapted for children.
Essence of "Jamaica Ginger." Persons
traveling towards the mountains or the sta,
will find this article au indispensable requi?
site. For sale by E. H. HEINITSH,
July 1 Druggist and Apothecary.
Trade and Public generally
MAMMOTH BOOT, SUOE, HAT
COLUMBIA HOTEL. BUILDING.
HAVING determined to reduce my present
spring and summer stock of BOOTS,
SHOES, HATS, Ac, which is very largo and
complete, in order to make arrangements for
the fall trade, I offer all goods in my lino at
COST for the next thirty days; at which time
stock will be taken. This is a rare opportu?
nity, especially for the trade and consumers,
to secure great bargains, and I would moBt
respectfully solicit a call. A. SMYTHE.
Time Extended Thirty Days.
REYNOLDS' IMPROVED METHOD
Patented December. 1807.
AFTER au extensive use of this important
improvement in practico for nearly two
years, it is with full confidenco urged upon the
profession and the public, as fulfilling more
thoroughly and satisfactorily than any other
mode, every intention of Artificial Dentures.
AH hi this method, rubber teeth aro alto?
gether discarded, it is desirable that it should
fall especially into tho hands of those familiar
with gold plate work.
lt mav not ho gonerally known that they
who wear cases of artificial teeth, constructed
according to this patent, by Dentists who aro
not licensees, render themselves liable to tho
penalty of infringement, as well as the ope?
rator. , ,
Office rights will be disposed of and instruc?
tion given bv letter, or at thc operating rooms
of Royrtolda A" Reynolds, where tho manipula?
tion univ be daily witnessed, and where com?
munications may he addressed.
WM. REYNOLDS, M. D.,
AUB 12 i Columbia, S^C^
Genuino Durham Smoking Tobacco,
to bo hud at POLLOCK'S.