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The Markots-Foreign anld omestle.
* Now Yoa:, Septothbor. 19.-Gold 145.
'iCottou very strong; sale of 5.000 bales.
"Elour drooping. Whoat frm. Pork heavy
'at $88.06. ,1ard quie . Sugar dull- and
easy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cokee -stdy.
LivaRPooL, September 17.-Middling. ip.
lands 181d. Broadetuffs firm. Tallow firm.
Loxoox, Septembet 17.-Consols 80;
bNw ORLE.ANS September 19.-Cotton
market stiffer, sales 1,000 bales to'day;
Low Middling 88@84; Gold 146; lew Yo'k
Exchange l@i premium; Bank Sterling 46.
MoBILE, September 18.-Cotton sales to
day 1200 bales; Middling 82; market firm
-apd dhmand good at half cent advance.
Porelogn News Per Cable.
PARIs, Reptfmber 17 -The Frglioh Cird.
l'ar says the recent changes are -favorable.
'rance, Prusgia and Italy are drawn nearer
in interest pnd ideas
Austria has now no hostile intent.
onvention of Roma will be loyalty car
Second elses navids. are assured of the
liberty of the Baltio and Me.diteranean.
' The note juistifies the Enperor's media
tion, and hints at the annexation of people
of ale same. language and interests, where
it shows a necessity for perfect defenen and
stiflitary organization-not, however, as a
IbreaNk -and expresses belief in a lasting
It is said that the Emperor refuses to al
low offloers ot the French army to hold office
in Mexico, owing to the,protest of the Uni
ST. PTRRSURO, September. 1'-The
Aussian who attempted to murder (he Czar
'has been exbohted. Joy was expressed in
xionsquence of the putishment a*arded the
assassin', and demonstratdons of respect to
tIe Ciar at the same time.
Wendell Phillips Nominated for Congress.
BosToN, Segtember 19.-Wendei )hillii's
has been nominated for Congress by the
working men of third District..
New Jersey Legislatai'.
TRNTON, September 19.-The Leglola
'ttire injoint session to-day elebted Cattell
United Stat.es-Ssnator, 44 -Radioals voti.,
The Democrats refused to participate ittohe
.proceeding. Adjourned sine die.
.Soldiers' and Sall0s' Conventio.
CLIVELA,DO., Sept. 10.:-The Con*a
tion adjounod last night. General Gordon
Granger wa 'realdent. Resbilutions were
ado pted by acclamation, endorsing the Phil.
adelphia Convention, of August 14, and de
claring that-The dbjeot of the soldiers In.ak.
ing up arms Io suppress the-late rebellion
was to defend and maintain the supremao
of the Cattitution, and to prosetwe the
Union with all'its dignity and equality, and
the right of the several States "paired,
and not, in any spirit of oppres u or for
any purpose of conquest and subjugation;
and that whenever there shall beany armed
resistence to the lawfnly couttituted an.'
thofty* of our national Union, 6AtW'In tie
Siuth or in'the 1jorth, in thi.AAt 6r in the
WEst, they will take up arms to maintali
the Union. A despatch sfrom Memphis,
signed bj General Forrest and other et.
Confederate officers, was-read, expressifig
their sympathy with the purposes of ate
Convention, and deolarI4g that the Con'tfed
crate soldiers are entilr *11ing to leave
the determination of thI tights as oitlhens
of Stis6b and of the Onitea S atos to the
soldiers of the Unioi and on our part, we
pledge the security ot life, person, property
and freedom of speeoh and opinion to all.
A suitable answer wak returned.
CHEAP GOODS, &o,
1EING abotat, to resume busIness in Char
iJlesion, at- once, I propose to s'ell ot
mnygesent Siook at 5sad under COST.
T fe stock consists of Dry Go~ods, Boots
and Shoes, Hat., GroceTies, 'Hardware,
W4ode'nwr.re, toe, Lo,
HOUSE AND th)T,
*T*o Cows, one Governent Wagon atnd
one Spring Wagoh, for sale.
Call .wlth the da~sh quickly for. a bar
* ' . B. 1WRITB.
- AT bALPVS JEWELRY STOREs
'OIN$ eleiata PoleePistol, font and
. ,v.ry elnc t anletabh4 and desett
?lttId Spoons i~ Works,
Pli odaungs 18 K4rets. -
A iet r eart ot Childtsie E ar.
rant meos -1~ sept, o8no
to tire d~red Miules and liori Ten
hose; at a 'c4st of one-third I eoinan- they
loin ossiblp e fb4ther6. An'y ih
ing toikad hefobsook',et - par.
thoulars,.wldrqps me aj, D, 5. O., Steo
obe on tNe 28th 1 "n,
*iahis to 4*ill be requr4 to p4see
Thur dolfar. r head, kE-faurae *4asees
-equirb d 1 ih 1. .tsd
linar.d," Ne*k I'U
*Zr. Basl.fMt i,1
The Fren0h pea9ntavte discuWing
the continental war, when one attempt
ed-to explain to-the other the nature of
the telegraph. After repeatedly failing
lie wa-i struck with a brilliaut notion',
and 0xc'lainwd: * Imagine that the tele
graph is an inimense long dog. so long
that its headjs at, Vienna and its tail, at
Paris. Well tread o% its tail, whioh,i
at Paris, and it will bark at Vienna.
Do you understand now, stupid, what
the telegraph is like? . 'Oh, yes I" re.
pliod the other, 'I hAve aik. idea, now
what a telegraph must be"
MA4vi CLERt.--Since the cholera
begdn in London nearly all the East
End Uhuroh Clergy who usnally take
their holidays at this season of the year,
together with their curates, have remain.
ed at their posts, working manfully and
Napolean 19 on founding the 'on'
federation of the.Rhine, t-6duced the
number of German Sovereignties from
147 to 81. Count Bismark reduced
the number of these States to 24.
When a manQ receives a periodi7il,
or newspaper weekly, and takes great
delight in reading them, but neglects to
pay for them. I wonder it he has a soul
or a gizzard?
New Goods! INew Goods !!
Received by late Arrival from New York,
.AMES D.. MIhNOR.
C ALICOES,Delaines, Long Clotbe, Brown
Shirtings and Sheefings, 'Satinets,
Pr4la - ond Embroidered Linen Cavmbrio
Hand'kerchieft,. Coats Cotton. all Nos. -
Men's and Women's Boote and Shoes,
Boy* Shoes, Misses and Ladies' fine Glove
Kid Galters 1nd Hosery.
Salt in seamless .sacks, bver 200 lbs.
ach, Coffee, 'of three qualli ies, Sugar Crush
ed, Granpulated and Brown of several grades.
Spices, Nut Megs, Pepper, Soda, Citro
Currents, Almonds, Cox's- Geletine, Cox
1taroh, P6der, Shot, (all sizes)'Caps, G. D.
Water.Proof and Musket,
, TIN WAR&
Buckets, Cups. Milk and Dish Pais,
Bakini Pans of block tin, Wash Basins,
Plain, Painted aul.Blook Tis. Muffin Rings,
Patte Pans, dandle Molds, Painted Tfu
Toys, Meat horks, Basting Spoons, Dip.
GUNNY bAGGING AND ROPE.
Nails, Old Daminlon and Empire State,
all lsea. sept 18-tf
VoRNBa QU11N AND o1URO as11 ,
OCARLESTON, S. 0.
C. W., BJ, B. bNI, Pfroprietors.
T HIS :plendId IlOTEL will be opened on
the lot of October, on the Europes"
system- It has bee6 remodelled and refur
nished throughout. Thid Hotel containi
over one htdhdred rooms, which will be re,
served chlefy for the use of travellers anA
transient guests. Compettnt assistants
have bein'seeured in every department, and
eevery attention will be paid to ensure com
tort to their oustometa. The sleepig
rooms fte airy and clealk. The resturan
will be supplied with the beat fare the mar
.ket affords. Porters wift always- be readj
to attend each arrival anti departue 91
trains. ~The travellik public, trantlen
visitors knd othtrs, wil fnd in It all thi
luxuries or a first-clash house. combinec
with the comforts of ho'me. The location ih
finoly adapted for business men and travel
letsNo pinsor e usewill be spared
Eagle Washirng Fild !
A LL colored goodb are rendered brgt
.*oolens are less liable -t a rink
all et ~~ o d will .last twies as lonj
as by the o sleof washiDgn eus,
ther is no' RBNG or 80RUBING o
the lothes. With five .ents wotth, an or
diaaw washing nay be done in two hours
d-p .f LADD BROS', Agents.
T1OIIPON, WITUER8 iJ.
-v - 15,
BOOT AND SHOE
BEG leaveto inform my
. friends 0d patrons
that I have resumerl my
business at the old aind
on Main-Stret, formerly
coonpied by John Cremer.
All work ma4 aid repair
ed at shirtest notioe, and neatly executed
by the beat. WHITE MECHANICS, and
warranted to give satisfaction to the most
fastidious. All who desire fine and lasting
work will lpl*s'e give me a call before purm
chasing elvewre. R. W. BONEY,
sept 18-8ma '
. ,hinery Oi
TPRAIN OIL, Ke-osene 011. Copentrated
Lye, Chrome Green,'Turpentine Soap,
Lamp Blaok, Venetian Red and Parlor
Matches.. For sale by
KETCHIN, MoMASTER & CO.
Prison Life of Ex-President
A NOTHER supply just received. Als
Bill Arp, on hand
KETCHIN, MoMASTER & CO.
DO\rER'S. POWDERS, Sulphurio Ether,
DO Cardamon Seeds. Chamomile Flow
ers, Chloroform, Licorice, Corrosive Subli.
mpte, , Cololioum Seeds, Mustard, Bell Co,
logne, Trioophorous, Arnold's Writing
Fluid. Jusm received by'
KETCHiN, MoMASTER & CO..
Blueing ! Blueing I
VANDEUSEN'S CELEBRATED BLUE.
ING--the best article knowd--for sale
bj - LADD BROS.
ESTABLISHED IN 1800.
G INS made and .repalred. Also, the fa
MeCR9LO01T REVERSE GRIST MILL.
FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
anew and neat pattern on hand.
J. H. BkaGlT, & CO.,
FACTORS, 10 ACC0MM0DAT10N WARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.;
Give their attention exclusively to the
LONG AND hHORT STAPLE COTTON.
Libeal advAlts made on consIgnments
ND P TOLS.
OUBLE and Single Barr ed Shot
GUNS AND PISTOLS,
of various kinds, from $1.25 each to $25.0(
FISHER & LOWRANCE,
sept18-2w Columbia, S. C.
JOHN C, DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
.At the Sign of the doldens Pad Lock,
.COLUMBIA, S. C.~
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Imaporter and, .Dealer la 'English and
INDIA RUBDER AND LEATRER BELTINO
and Tennerq' Tools,
Housekeeping and '
P1dster, PalItte, Ols
- 8het Belt.,
*Powder Flasks, .
se~ 1-em. Powder, Shot, &e.,
F.pihN H IUSBEY
FALL AND WINTER
Millinery ani Straw 6eods.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CC
IMPOnTEn1 AND DMALRR OF
Bonnet Silks and Satins,
Trijnmed and Untrimmed,
No 287 and Lofts of 289 Baltimore St.,
Offer a Stook unsurpassed In the United
States In variety and cheapness. Orders
solicited and prompt attention given.
Terms-Cash. . aug 28-2mo
STOLL, WEB- & CO.,
BANCROFT1S OLD STAND,
287 King &, 3 doors Below Wentworth
E have now opened a splendid
Stock of Spring Goods, English,
Frendh and American-, which are of the
most desirable styles the markets can afford.
To planters furnishih'g the Freedmen eithei
for clothing or for barter with them. out
wholesale rooms offer every Indubement.
Plantation goods in every variety.
Thisbeing a busy season with the planter
and he not able to visit the city, orders ao.
companied with city reference 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 Osiaburghs, Striped Osnaburge,
Blue Denims. Brown Denims. Heavy Browtn
Shirting@, Fine Sea Island Brown Shirtings,
Bleached Shirtings, Bleached and Brown
Shirtings, 6.4, 9-4, 10-4, 12.4 Plaid Blue
and Stripped Blue Homespuns. Bleaohed
and Brown Drills,. Black French Broad
cloths, Hosiery and Gloves, Irish Linen by
the piece, Towels, Towelings, Linen Dam
ask, all qualities, Calicoes, all qualities,
Dress Goods, Domestic Ginghams, Fini
Scotch Ginghams, Spring Silks and Black
Silks, Colored Muslins, in every variety,
Fine FMnch Mslins, White and Black
Goods, Varmers' Brown Lihen DucA, Farm,
ers' Brown Linen DrilL, Fancy Drills and
Together with every variety to be found
In our line; which we offer at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
All Doipestio Goods are sold at a verj
small-advance on Agents' priles.
We would respectfully call the attentiom
of the Planters, 'Merobants. and the citi
sens generally of Fairheld District, to out
advertisement. and solicit a call from then
.should they visit the city.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King St., 8 doors below Wentwort*
Charleston, S. 9.
H. C. STOLL, Charleston
CHARLES WEBB, 4
H. 0. WALKER,
-Pitics and News
$4 ar nnum.
IN OE MAMOTHSHEET,
Havig te lrges con oreulation lnthe ftats
WttEnr large Z
THE RECOGNIZED SPECIALITIES 01
Prot. Egbert Jaokson, formerly of Los
don, Roberblierber.t,,'Mt D., froth Phlade)
phia, and Dr. Eugene Velpeau, formerly o
thes London 9nd Paris Veneredl Hospitals
Permanent and speedy cures guaranteed c
Gonorrhea, Syphillis, Gleet, 8permatorrhics
or Self-Abusb, and of every possible fort
of ptivate disease of every name oP natur
Dr. Herbert's Anti-Aloohollo Compound
an unfailing reuiedy for intemperanoe; writ
Mountaiu'o Lu ight, 800 pag6s, 100 plate.
80 sente, 8 for $1.
Dr. Jasksoft's Female Monthly Pills; $
per bog, st.ra In. $6, a safe and efoeetut
remey fol. all Irregelaritiet and obst u
tioUe fos hatever eaube. $t. 4(ek n'
Orienta -Invigerating Linent, $2 per bet
41.. Sqnd fbr ciroular. Genuine Frenol
Safes $1 0 for $4,12 for $7. Sepd for ol'
.olar an w#Ite, you will promnbtly reeeiw
plyP. 4%o.48, l3ainmi, hi. Ofdl
No, 67 ssee 8ree.'4eioies an
instruetlos seet te*ti part ofthe.uhiry
nna 2S'66..a . .
-n OMSong set toaNew Tu*
Ants and R&aches
A,. i Xice and Reis,
In sp'tc of cats,.
Gaily 8kop aboit."
"18 years eitablished in N. Y. City."
40aly infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Iuman Family."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
"Cextr90" Rat, Roa4ch, &e.. Ex
Is a paste-used for Rats, JVice, Roaches,
Black andf'ed Anis,,&o., &c., &o., &at
"Coster's" Bed-Bug ExterimmAna
To a liquid. or wash-used to destroy,
also as a preventive for Bed-Bugs, &o
"Costar's" Ulectria Powder for
Is for Moths, oqtorP, Plea8, fed..2196,
Insects on Plants, Fotwls, AtiimalU, &a.
SW I I I BMWAIL Ill of all W;rthles -
$& See that "COsTAI's" name is or
each Box, Bottle, and Flask, beforo you buy.
W AUdress, HENRY R. COSTAR,
44 t3roadway,,N. Y.
W By- -
All Druagists and Retailers everywherd
South. Barnes, Waid & Co., New Orlean's,
INCREASE OF RATS.-The Parner's
Gaielte (English) asserts %nd proves by 6g'
ures that o Vie pair of R ATS will have a pro -
geny and decendlntp no less than'051,06
in three years. Now, unless this immense
family can be kept down, they would con,
sume more food than would sustain 65,000
- 8eo "CosAn'h'?Avertlashient -above.
RATS versus BIRDS.-Whoever engages
in shooting emall birds is a cruel man ; who
ever aids in exterminating rats is a lienefa3
tor. We should like some. one to give u
the benefit of their experience in drivii
out Tbese pests We need sniething be
sides dogs, cats, and traps for this businews'.
-Scient(fic Amermcan. N. Y. #
S., See "0osTAR's" advertisement above
"COSTAR'S" RAT EXTERMINATOR Is
simple, safe and -sure-the most -perfect
RAT-Ieation meeting we have ever attend
ed. Every Rat ,thAt. cat get it, properly
prepared, will tat i, and every one that.
.eats it will die, generally at some place a a
distant as possible from were it was take.
-Lake Short, fich , Mirror.
&W-See "COsTAR's" advvrtisenre, above
HOUSEKEEPERS trousble<d with .verhini
need be so no longer, if they tide "CosTAt's"
Exterminator. Wehiave used it to.our satis
faction ; ahti Ifa b'iZ cost.$5, we would hav4
it. We have tried poisons, bet they ef'eot ed
nothing ; but "Costar's" article knooka t ho
breath out of Rats, Mice, Robo-hes1 - Ants,
and Bed-Bugs, quicker than we can write it.
It, ii grea.t usmand all over .the eountry.
endina, Ohio, Gazette. .
g@ See "CosTA's" advertisement ebov 4
A VOICE FROM THE- PAR WEST.
Speaking oft"CobrAa''" Rat, Roah, Ant
&e., EkteMainator-L"mbre grain and -pro
vislons'are destroyed anp~ally -itt Ot'ans
Cotintb wertnn, than *ould #4.9' for ton
Athis at hid Indect Kiler-Lancate
Se8e "(fosTAa"advertiset4otit abov0
FARMERS AND W)USEKEEPER -.~
should rseolleot that hundred., of dollars
worth of Grain, Provisions, .&o,' *re an
I nually destroyed bf Bats, dicee, Ants, and
I or,her insects awd ,erai,--siof whieh ean -
- bo prevented by s few. doijrs' worth of
s "CosrAk's'' Rat, Roach,I Ad,'&e., E xter
- minator', bought and- used -f-eely.. ..
: Se"osAi's"advetisment, above
Al rgqists and Sealers .everywher.
the 8otb. AdE,WID&c,