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Foreigo News-Pef Cable.
VIENNA, September 18.--We are on the
'Verge of another war -,hich threatens to
equal in extent that just, ended.
Austria shows bad faith with italy, And
1nake 'unrotsonable demands jhIoh Italy
will not submit to. Austria has overcharg.
-ed the debt of Venetle, and withholds the
'Venetian property'which she was to have
Bliftm, Sept 14.-Prussia empbatically
notifies Austria,that she will not suffer Italy
her ally, to be Insulted and defrauded, and
if Austria. persists in her present course
'wiar must, follow.
PRAUS, September 14.-The homeward
-maroh of the Prussian troops has been per
emptorily arrested and the demoralization
of the army stopped.
DRSnnN, September 14.-Everything
looks warlike. -There is no reply to the no.
tificatlon of Prussia. It is now but a ques
tion of bours wlieher troops be not again
put. in motion.
[AMNDUto, 8fptember 17.-The Schlea
wigers have r.esolved to iqcoribrate that
Duchy with Prusna.
SOUTHAMPTON, September 17.-The mall
steamer from jtio Janeiro brings importayt
i"twlligqnco that the allies had been defeated
by the Paraguayans.
BERLIN, Septener 16.-It is announced
. that Pryssia will not allow the King of Sax
ony to take part in the formation of the
North German Confederation.
FLOIPS'N, Se'ptember 16.-Advicos from
Prussia say a difictinlty in the way of the
signature of the treaty of poce -between
Austria amd Italy have been raised by Aui
tria in relation to the debt of Venetia. The
position token by. Austria placed the execu
.ion of the treaty of peace signed at Prague
in great. doubt.
The Vienna Conference has been adjourn.
ed for a fow weehs.
'VASUNyo., Aeptemaber 17.-At ahree
-o'dlock'this afternoon heads'of Bureaus of
the Treasury Department. called in a body
upon the President to tender him their res.
pects and their congratulations u.on
safo returt from his Western tour. V
Mr. Sewar4 is easier but not entirely out
of'danger. lHis disease was genulae ,ohole
ra. Ani Is belelved tb have been ostraeted
in tit. Louis.
Zhe Mecrelary of tbe Treasury anticipates.
that there fill be seventy-five millions or
godin the Treasury by the first 6f October,
exeolusive of certifloates.
, The Markets- -Foreign and Domestic.
LtvEnPioor,, September 17-Cotton market
active; prices advanced one.quarter penny;
stales to day 20,00 bale. bliddling Up.
lands 18 'pence. Broadetuffs fiat with a
-LoNw9n, Sept mber 17.-Consels 89t;
Five.twenties 72 .
Nrw -YoRK, September 18 -Gold 145.'
-Coben quiet and udchangid. Flour quiet
and"less firm. Wheat quiet andunohauged.
Pork heavy at $88.20. Lard steady at 17
Mlonit.s. September 17..-Coton. salesto
day 650 bales; Aiddling 1;- mark4t tend
NNw ORLEANs,' September 18.-Cotton
firm; Low Middlinga 88@&4; sales 860
bales. Gold 145 , New York Zxohange
one q,iartor plenun.
Accounts from the cotton region.4ontinue
40 be altogeter un vorable.
'WAsuINoroN, September 1'. -General
'Baird has been formally relieved from com
tuand of the Departmebt of the Gulf, and
as2ignqd to duty in the Depastment'of 'the
Lakes,.and ordered -to repoet to General
Ioldiefs' and 8allozt Convent ion,
'CL,sVEAIn, September 18.-The dbldiers,
'andI Sailors' Convention or'ganised yester-.
-day, General Wool as temporar,y chaitnman.
In the cottrse of hlavemnarks' oni assenming.
the chair he said.: "The .sooner Congress
.ad'mitted.the Southdra- Representativee, the
sootter will be aliayeddhe apprahensions of
the pe.ople of the-daugers which mennoce the
-gotutry and the perpetuity of the Uiaon.
'Thae purpose' of the RLadicala. Is to.plunge
the country agahi foto'civil war if negro
suffrage is not-e~egeled ila the South, atdd
leAve the eoury a' howling wilderness for
want of mere 'victims to gratify their spirit
of revenge. *iut, the .war would not, be' eon.
*finedl to4be South, but extend -qver the
*hole obrih, and only end with 4he over.
throw of the Governmient." Hie said Presi
dent,Jqhpin wats-.afpatriot, and 'that 'the
brava are al'ysa-erell td 'geer'oos'.
With the Prestde htd to esid, -"We have
had/'war enotagl-: let as hMse peace.",
Thee sentiements te, wIth particular en.
thp'siasm. The ConventioutI. lsr ely -ai.
tenrded, between the, ad four d.housand
delegates being'presin . The st1illlon was
crowded to its utioest osiacis7, ,and the
prteoigs. harm6nious. -
Ni v **,Spt, 15.w,-Tlie,e rai ,
Can ada correspoudenice pays,no abate.,
inent in etelteinut *o,onOainlgthe
Fenians; . t La elso 'pahl the. Oane.
-dins arc orgbizing'esqede to" ma,k.
-ralds upon tIie A:non border towias
Jn rovenigo 'oir Pian ralds span.
Negrfoes Or#j Ig ias 0 r~ e
taskestho,exoing p 6uouides tDt
four regitfrontg ef aegr6es at. beijp '
ganised in this city, and that African
Loyal Leagues are organizing 'aid
a-med tn every ward. The negroes
are being instructed in drill, o%., by
Col. Hawkins. The World asks,'
"Aro we to have a taste of San Do
From Washington--Arrival of the Prefi
dent and Secretary Sewurd-Ethus.
aslic Demonstration, ete.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15..-Secretary
Seward arrived here at 2 o'clock on
special train fr8m Harrisburg. Since
his arrival he has been grad4ally im
proving, and strong hopes are enter
tained of his entire recovery in a few
The President arrived to-night, be
ing delayed by the ovation which the
poople of Baltimore insisted on pajing
him. Tens of thousands flocked
arbund himthere and would take no
A vast concourse of persons awaited
for hours the President's arrival at
the Railroad depot here. He was es
eorted to the City Hall, and subse
quefitly to the White 'Iouse. 1ot
withstanding it was long after night
the proession which marched up the
Avenue was very large, consisting of
the Military and Marine Corps', Mayor
and Common Council, Fire Depart
uent'and Civil.Boards. The detaon
stration was very imposing and the
President was greLted with grea
cheering by the thousands that
thronged Pennsylvania Avenue.
AppointIMent of custorms Tolleetor for
WaSHINTOn, Sept. 115.--Georgi
Ashmai%. chairman of the Convotion
that nominated ,Mr. Lincoln in 1860,
has been tendered the position of Col
'leetor of Customs, for Boston, Mass.,
Vice,11annibal Hlamlin resigned.
The Reported Sale of Negyoes 'in Ala
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15.-Generat
Swainebhastelegraphed from Alabama
thatthe .eport ofthe sale of negroes
in CIarka County, in that State, is un.
Gontriblou- ty the - President to the
. WAS'HIGTON, Sept. -15.-The Pre8i
dent has sent five hundred dollars to
the sufferers by the nadidentt Johns
NEW YOWK,.&pL .15.-The 114rald's
City of' Mexico correspondence says,
"The crisis of the Empire has evident&
ly arrived, jadging from the, tone of
the French and Mexican Imperial
journals, and the combined .r6.vement
of Liberals for an attack uon the
very meat of Maximilian*s power..
The Imperialists themselves now loo)c
imploringly to us to take charge .o
the destiniqa bf t.bat nation.
Guay Annaa, Mazatlan and San
Luis Potosi are reported evacutated by
Marshal Basin4 is reported to be in
the City.'of Mexico.
Loiwoor, Sept. IA:--Rumorg of a
difficultry tetween Italy and .Austria
the suhjeat'of .the debt of Venetia.
The 'party has refused 'to aieomme-~
d'ae matters with the..tretana.
Thtroubles' en the Easternshore ot
th e diterronean are on .The in
St. Praeseno, Sept. 15.--Amerl
oon Squadr.oh left 'the Russian waters
to-day. The; Moscow %Gaeue QxtoJs
the aUiance betwreen '1nssmia *and,the
BaapxJ, Sept. 15.---Bjsmatk senit.a
lette* to tbe United States )iinistet
aokhowledgidg the~ kindness of the
Amerless r'euad.entslin farnishing fifty
tons AfJce to .the.wous1dad.in toe Hos
thkt the-0lionhir. 'eelh 'Napqleon is
a.b tsgs49 iga o E
middling upland*, at v 31. Bread.
stuffs market firm,; mixed Westemn
27 shillings and 9.pence.
LOND/ON, 8ept. 15.--ConsolF declin
ed id: ;quoted at 891 ; Five-twenties
Soldiers' and SIilors'Conutnion,
CLIVELAenn, 0., Sept. 16.--Large arrivals
of offioers and soldiers to attend the Con-,
veution. Tents for three to f6ur thi,sand
are being ptit up In M'onsiment Square. Maj.
Gen. Wool will probably be temportry, and
Steadman permanent -Chairman.
' Frong layl.,
Naw YoP. Sept. 16.-Advlees' from
Iayli to Aug. 25th, says the whole country
is in a state of revoution. The cityof
Gonaries is laid in nshes mi the inhnbiftnts
bae deserted it. At St. Marie, there are
a number of revolutionists under sentence
of death. General Salnoro *111 he executed
by President Geffard's order, but.will not
imnede the progress of -the revolution,
which is against Geffard. for assuming
dictatorial power. and it is believed that the
Government would suppress the movement.
- ro m New York.
Nzw Yont, Sept. 16.-Rev Mr. Beecher
Oveached to.ay to an Immense crowd, but
disappointed them by making no allusion to
politiol topics. %.
For Sale at Very Low Prices.
ONE BR1TT and onq four seated CAR
RAGP. Apply at this office.
BOOT AND SHOE
T BEG leave to inform my
. friends and patrons
thVt I have resumed my
business at the old .stand,
on Maln-Street, formerly
c6onpiud by John Cremer.
All work made and repair
ed at shortest notice, and neatly executed
by the best WHITE MECIIANICS, and
watranted to give satisfaction to the most
fastidious. - All whb desire fime and lasting
work will please'give me a calr before pur.
chasing elsewhere. R. W. BONEY.
A N assort.ment Of PAINT9 and OILS.
consisting in par6of
English Venetian Red,
3)ry Pruslan Blue,
T~or sale by
BACGT, RIVERS & CO., .
aug 25-f No. 2, Hotel Range.
GUNS AND PISTOLS.
UBLh and Single Batrolled Shot
OUNS AND PISTOLS, .
. varoui; kind, from $4,25 each t6 V-)5.00
sept 18-2w Columbia, S. C.
JOHN C. DIAL.
(Late AL LEN & D.*L,.)
A4l the $ign of the. Golden Pad Lock,
00LITlBI,' &. Ces
WHOLESA LE AND ILETAIL,
Importer and Dealer ini English and
HARD WARE & CUTLERY,
ItDIA RUBBER AND LEATRER IELTJNO,
.and Tanners' Tools,
H Iousekeeping and
AGRICU'.TURA L IMPLIMENTS,
.Plastig, Paints, OilI,
.fregott And American
N& 24 38 Co.,
Ba t 18--I
FALL AND *IN'!tR
Millinery nld Straw Goods.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALER801
Bonnet Silks and Sati,.
Trimmed and Untrimmed;
No 287 and Lofts of 289 Baltimore St.,
Offer a Stk unsurpassed in the United
States in variety and aheapness. Orders
solicited and prompt attention given.
Terins-Cash. . atig 28-2mo
N IWB PRINO- GOOD
STOLL, WEBE & CO.,
UANVICOFT' OLD STA ND,
287 King St., 3 doors Bow .Wentwort",
W E ' havo now opened a Splendid
Stock, of .Spring Goods, Engliih,
French and Aniericar, which are of the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To planters furnishing the Freedmen either
for clothing or for batter wi'th them, our
.wholosale rooms offer. every ipducement.
Plantation goods in every variety. -
This being a basy season with the planter
and he not able to 11sit the-oity, ordyrs no
companied with city referenc will meet
with prompt attention.
N. B. Samples, with price lists, sent.'to
any part of the State. Our stock .consists
in part of
White Osnaburghs, Striped Osnaburge,
Blue Denims, Brown Denims. Heavy Brown
Shirtings, Fine $eq-Island Brown Shirtingr,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 6-4, 9-4, .10-4, 12:4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue Homespuns. Bleachej
and Brown Drills, Black French Broad
cloths, Hosiery and.Gloves, Irjsh Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Daru
ask, all qualities, Calicoes, all qtialities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Fine
Scotch Ginghams, Spring Silks -and Black
Silks, Colored Musline, in every variety,
Fine French MuMtins, White and 'Black
Goods, Farmers' Brown Linen Duck, Farm.
ers' Brown Linen Drills, Fancy Drills and
Together with every variety to be foAkd
in our line; which we offkr at
WHOLESALF. AND RETA IL.
All Domelho Goods are sold at a very
small advance on Agents' prices. .
We would respectfuliy c-l the aitention
of the Planters, Merchalts, and the citi.
zens generally of Fairigld District, to our
advertisemeqt, and solicit a call from them
should they visit the city.
0 8TOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King S'1.., 8 doors below Wentworti
.Charleston, S. C.
H C. STOLL, -Charleston,
H. 0. WALKER,
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the London itad Paris Vemtereal 1iospitals,
'Permanent and speedy cures guaranteed of
Gonorrhea, 8yphillis, cGleet, Spermatterrhcsa
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:Dr. Herbert's Antl-Alcoholieo Compoed,
an unfailing'remedy for intemaperance; write
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Mountain of Light, 800pages,100-plates,
50 cents, 8 for $1.
Dr. Jackson's Female Monthly PhIs; $1
per btoz, extra fine. $5,.a -gafe and effeotual
reme'dy, fe? aigvregularities ?ndhoba&ruo
tions, frbiwhttever eapse. Dr.' Jaciteon's
Oriental'Invignating Liniment, $2 iher bot
4.1e. dead for ofreular. Qenuin. French
Safes $1, 6 for $4,12 for 97. Sen$ tor oir
ettlaad write, you will promuptly geoel.
a kind. 4isortek .a$4 expile, ger -Ad
dress Dre. ,taoboat, H erber- ~ o, or stat
lP. 0. Box 486, Cittoinnai.,Ohio. Ofle
al17Bsmerd Street. Mediehsis tan.
insteietions a.~ ton aew etA'a the ,oanr;
An Old S'ong,- set to a, New Tune
rr 1866. -
"A# pring approacAes
Ante and Roacheo
From their holee come out,
And .Aice,and Rutd,
in spite of cute,
Gaily skip about."
"18 years established in N. Y. Cft
'Only infallible remedies known.'
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family.
"Rate come out of their holes to die."
"Co er'Us" R%t, Roach, &c.. Ex.
Is %,paste-6sel for Rate, Mice, Rocces,
Btt*k and Red Ante, &o., &o., &c., &o.
"Coster's" Bed-'lug lExteria~lian
Is a li<qtid or wash-used to destroy,
also as a preventive for Bed-Bugs, &*
"Costar's" Etectric Powder for
Is for Moths, Mo8quitors, Fleo, Bed-Bugs,
In8e8t on Plants, Fowls, .4himals, &o.
.E'W ! 1 ! BEwARE I 1 1 of all wartbless
jnlit ati ion..
. See that "COSTAn's" name is on
eacl*Box, Bottle, and Flask, before you buy.
A6 Address, EENRY R.COSTAI1
.484 8roadway, .'Y.
All Druegists and Retailers everywhere
South. Barnes, Wakrd & Co., New Orlean,
- INCREASE OF RATS.-The Farmer'
Gasett (Engliah) asserte and proves by ig
ures that one pair of RATS will have a pro
gen and decendants no less than 0651,050
in three years. Now, unless this immense
family can be kept down, they would con
sume more food than would sustain 06,.000
- W See "CosTAR's"advertisement above.
RATS vessus BIRDS.-Whoevqr engages
in shooting 1nall birds isacruel man; who
ever aids in exterminating rqtes is a benefao
tor. We should like some one to give ne
the benefit of their experience In driving
out. t1icae pests We need something be
sidV.s dogs, cats, and traps for thij,businvo,
-Scientific American. . Y.
Ito See "CosTAR's" advertlaement above.
"ICOSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR is
simple, safe anti sure-the most perfect
RAT-iication meeting we have ever atteid
ed. Every Rat that, can gete it, -propeMly
prepared, will oat , and every one that
ents it will die, generally at some place % a .
distant as possible from .were it was take.
-Lake Shire, Ni-h. Afirror. -
g@ See "CesTra's" advertisement above
HOUSEKEEPERS troubled with vermin
need be so no longer. if they use "CoSTAR's"
Exterminautor. WVeh've'used It to-our satih
'factioti; andI if a boa cost $6, we would have
it. WVehnve tried poistons, bst they eflect ed
nothing; but. 'Cstr's" article knocks the
breathl out''or Rats, 'ice. Roaches, ' Antse,
aU(d Bed-Jlags. guiaker tlien ire can .write it.
ir, Is in great demand all over the country.
- Mendina, OAio, Oageite.
U, Se:'CosTA 's" advertisement abov a
AVOICE FROM THEF FAR WEST.
SpeAking of "Costa's" Rat, B,6ach, A't
&o., Extermi.nator-"mnore grain and4 pro'
visions are destroe annu hJy in Gratn
County by vermin, than would pay for ton
bf.this Rat and I eot J(uler..-aLancaster
S~ ee "Cosiraa's'advertlser.ent above
FARMERS AND' *HOUSEEEPld-'
should reeolleot that hundVeds. of dotlara
worth of Gran, Provlioie, *d., are ant
nually destroyed by Rats,. Mice, Albte, and
othe itseot.s and vermhi-all of wthidh daft
be prevented. by a few ,dollars' worth, of,.>
"C0eTAM's'- flat, Roaoh, .Ant, No., Bztsr
mintr, bonththtid uaed freehy,
E Be. T(1AU's"adyetisement aboy
rDasggiuts and. Dealers qWae*b.ese