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Ik?NOrifi, A?g?fet 0-2 1?. M\-De?
spatches received to-day from Athens
bring tho iutellig'enoe that the Greek
Government has announced the de?
ter mi nut i on of declaring war against
the Sublimo Porte on the 1st ol Sep?
tember, should the hostilities against
the Christinns in the island of Can?
dia not bo ended by Jhot time. Great
military preparations ?re being hiado
for such a contingency,, and orders
have been issued calling out tho
entirb reserves of the kingdom.
PA tus, August 3.-The American
ram Dunderburg, which was pur?
chased by the French Government,
after n remarkably quick and success?
ful trip across tlie Atlantic, has reach?
ed her destination safely. The Em?
peror has received an address from
the foreign members of tho Imperial
Commission of tho Exposition; in
his reply to which, he says the hopes
for the peaoe and progress of the
whole world spring from such an. ex?
hibition. It is said that arrange?
ments arc being made for an inter?
view between Napoleon and King
William of Prussia, to take placo
after the visit of the Emperor to
Vienna. The place of meeting has
not yet been designated.
FLORENCE, August 4.-William
Hobarts, one of the leaders of the
recent Fonian movement in the
United States, is now in Naples,
where' he is reported to be intriguing
with radical democrats and men of
the party in Southern Italy.
I'ESTH, August 4.-Th? election of
Kossuth to the Hungarian Diet from
Woitzen, causea a stir among the
conservatives of the Hungarians, who
fear his extreme views may disturb
the existing agreement with the Em?
peror of Austria.^
A tra I rs in Mexico.
NEW Our. EA XS, August 4.'-By an
arrival from Vera Cruz, we havo thc
following authentic reports: Admi?
ral Palmer and staff are in tho city ol
Mexico, and it is said demand the
Serson of Santa Anna, and are eu
eavoring to persuade the Liborah
to give np Maximilian's body. Tin
Austrian steamer Elizabeth is lying
at Sacrificios, taking on board thc
Austrian refugees. An American ani
French man-of-war had arrived. Ven
Cruz is very heulthy.
Juarez issuod a grandiloquent ad
dress on tho 15th, in which . he say<
the good sons of Mexico are fighting
alone, and, without the assistanco o
any one, have preserved her liberty
as for himself, he has not compro
raised the independence or sove
roiguty of tho republic, or the inte
grity of the territory. The eleotioi
of President will be ordered immc
diately. The press favors ,a genera
amnesty. Tho country. is \o bo di
vided into six military districts. Es
cobodo and others commanding tin
Losados forces, rofuse to reeoguiz
Juarez. Castillo and Aquirre hav
been scntepced to be shot. Men dc:
was discovered, but cut through th
guard and escaped.
NEW Onr.EA.N8, August 5.-It wa
Marque/, and Tuirega, who, beini
discovered out, fought the guard an?
escaped. They shot foni soldiers.
Eighty cases of .yellow fever ar
reported at Corpus Christi.
The Picayune says a letter fror
Vera Crnz, dated 24th, from the cap
tain of thc Austrian steamer Eliza:
beth, states that up to that time th
Mexican authorities bad refused t
deliver up the corpse of Maximiliar
No canse was assigned for the refusa
The Elizabeth would leave for Ne<
Orleans to-day, tho 5th. The captai
had no hopes of bringing tho body.
Advices from Havana, state thi
the Presidential election in Moxie
was progressing peaceably. Th
Generals adverse to Juarez woro o:
gani/.ing forces in the mountain!
The Indians were making bold incu;
wons into the white settlements net
NEW YOHK, August 4.-Au Orizal
letter of July J 8 gives an aocouut i
an outhasiaetic reception to Madan
Juare/. all along tho route to Mesh
City. Juarez will undoubtedly be tl
unanimous choice for the Prcsidon
Correspondence from San Domini
states that Cabial has fallen into di
favor among tho people by his actio
since bis return from a tour of tl
country. A conference for tho bal
of a treaty with Hay ti had coi
menccd. Sulnuve was still the E>:
cati ve of Hay ti.
Tho Canadian Commission is
' sion iu Now York, taking evide.i
in behalf of the United States, in
Thompson, ia tho |
??rsM Wff Hsa
on the i?Kes d?nngthe war.
WASHINGTON, August 4.7-r-Murahnl
Goodloe, of. the Districted* North
Carolina,' hos reported to tho Attor?
ney-General that the process of the
United. States Oirch.it Conrt lately
held by Chief Justice Chase is ob?
structed by order of Lient. Col.
O'Neil Franki commanding tho post
of Wilmington. The ground is ex?
pressly mentioned in tho order to be,
.that in euch of the cases obstructed,
the cause of action adjudicated npou
by Judge Ol?ase acoraed botween the
9th Doccfober, 1860, and 15th May,
1865. Gen. Sickles' Order No. 10
having forbidden judges to enter?
tain any suits for matters accruing
botween thorn dates, the , marshal
supposes that Gen. Sickle-* did not
mean to include the courts of the
United States. Col. Frank iuter
8rets the order differently. Marshal
?oodloe hus anspended action until
he hears from Gen. Sickles, or re?
ceives instructions from Washington,
being anxious to avoid any collision.
This, matter is regarded as a very
grove event, although tho impression
prevails that the commandant at
Wilmington hos acted without the
knowledge of Sickles, who is confi?
dently expected to disapprove his
action. Goodloc's course hos been
npproved at the Attorney-General's
office, but no step will be taken until
tho time has passed for a report from
the Commanding General.
WASHINGTON, August 5.-Internal
revenue receipts to-day over $1,400,
PETROLIA CENTRE, August 5.
There was great destruction of oil
wells and oil here, on Saturday night.
Twenty-five acres -were burned, and
ten wells, with all the machinery, de?
stroyed. Loss $80,000.
CHARLESTON. August 5.-Accounts
from the sea islands represent crops
Arrived-Sehr. N. W. Smith and
steamer Moneka, New York.
NEW ORLEANS, August 5.-Joseph
Hernandez has been removed from
the treasuryship of this city, by Gen.
Sheridan, and Stoddnrt Howell ap?
pointed in his place.
There were niue deaths from yellow
fever last week and eight from cholera.
There wero live deaths in this city
Saturday and seven yesterday from
yellow fever. The Chief of Polico
and Dr. Taylor, Medical Director,
RICHMOND, August 5.-To-day, in
tho United States grand jury room,
an altercation took place botween Mr.
Hnwkshurst, President of tho late
Convention, and John M. Potts-the
latter accusing the former of having,
by tricker". Lrought about an ad?
journment if that body to prevent
Botts addressing it. Mr. Hawkshurst
denied tho charge, and addressed a
letter to Judge Underwood, declining
any lougor to servo on tho jury with
Gov. Pierpont left the city to-day,
to stump the Southern portion of the
NEW PARTY MOVEMENT-THE DEBT
Tho Western papers give accounts of
a movement for a new party out
West. A convention is to be held at
Ottawa, HI., September 9. Some 400
citizens of LnSalle County held\n
preliminary meeting on tho subject
at which Hon. Obed W. Bryant was
elected Chairman, and Martin Allen
Secretary. After discussion, it was
1. Resolved, That the same infla
tion of currency under which the
national dobt was contracted shall be
maintained until the debt shall have
2. That to carry out this policy
there should bo organized a new na
tional political party
The subject of tho debt, and the
policy of paying it oil" as it comes
due in greenbacks of Goverumeut ?
issue, is much discussed in tho West. |
.' [Albany Argus.
LABOR VS. PLEASURE. -Tn riding j
through the District, n few days |
since, we wero pleased to seo tho j
general good appearance of the crops, i
Judging from what wo heard, we |
had come to? the conclusion that little
or nothing would be made. It is I
true, many farms boar the marks ol j
tho injury occasioned by too much
raiu, and too little work, but wo hope
with good seasons and labor, that our
, planters will yet make fair crops.
Wo were gratified to sec some of
' our youth, who, though brought up
' in luxury and nuaceustomcd to labor,
. aro neither too indolent nor ashamed
? to drive tho plough and earn n livcli
< hood by tho ?weat of their brow.
$22.95@23. .Cottorrfirm, at 28>? for
mMdling; uplttqHs, IJparpentino 58>ji.
Stocka excited. Money 5 per cent.
Qold 40^. Sterling oxchango 9??@
IQ. . i
7 P. M.-Cotton very firm, at 28JL
@29 ; sales 1,400 bales. Floor hoavy
to dioico, new, Sll.firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat
declining-Milwaukie No. 2 Sl.90@
1.05*. Mess, pork $23. Gold closed
at 41?. .
CINCINNATI, August 5.-Flour finn
and steady. Corn unchanged. Cot?
ton firmer-middlings held nt 27.
CHARLESTON, August 5.-Cotton
firmer; sales 142 bales-middlings20
($27. Receipts 375.
Atra?sTA, August 5.-Holders of
cotton demand an advnnce, and buy?
ers aro cautious. Sales 48 bales
middlings 25 jv.'. Crop accounts con?
NEW ORLEANS, August 5.-Sales of
960 bales cotton-low middlings 25,1
20; market firm. Receipts 589. Lou?
isiana sugar quiet, at 14 for fair. Corn
firm, at *1.05(// 1.25. Pork quiet and
dull, at $26. Prime lard in tierces
18?Y@i4. Gold 39,3 ,(0 40.
MOWLE, August 5.-Sales of cotton
150 bales-low middlings 23'<; re?
ceipts 44 bales; market closed dull.
Columbia Wholesale Price? Current.
Ii I' FISHER <fc LO WRA mis.
APPLES-Per bushel.$1 75
BAGGING-Gunny, per yard. 30
Dundee " . 30
li ALE ROPE-Manilla, uer lb.
N. Y. or Wost, pr lb.. 10020
BACON -Hams, per lb.20022
Sitios " .W<r;>t)
Shoulders, " .lGC'?l7
BUTTER-Northern, per lb. 50
Countrv, " .25030
BRICKS -Per 1,000.10 00012 00
COTTON YAUN-Pur bunch. 2 23
COTTON-Ordinary, per lb.
Middling," . 21
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb.4O0?O
Adamantine, " . 25
. Tallow, " . 20
COFFEIN-Rio, per lb.23035
Laguayra, ". 10
Java, l; .45050
CUEESE-English Dairv, per lb... 25
Skimmed, " "... 20
CORN-ror bushel. lWl
FLOUR-Super., per bbl.12 00
Extra Family. 15010
HAY-Northern, por cwt..
HIDES-Orv, per lb.
Green, " . 8
INDIGO-Carolina. 1 20
LUMBER-Board?, per 1U0 ft. 1 50
Shingles, por 1,00o.
LIME-Per bbl. 2 75
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon.00070
Now Orleans, " 1 10r</Jl 25
Sugar House. "... 1 25
NAILS-Per keg.7 50(as 00
ONIONS-Per bushel. 1 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon.7001 00
Sperm. " . 3 50
POTATOES-Irish, per bushel.
Sweet, " . 1 25
RICE-Carolina, per lb.12J<ifU4
East India, " .
SPECIE-Gold.1 3(>01 39
Silver. 1 2801 32
SALT-Liverpool, per Hack. 3 75
Table, " . 5 00
SOAP-Por bar_ .100121
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb. 20
Powdcrod, " .
Brow, " .124(9)17
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per pallon. fi 00
Cognac Brandy, " . 0 00
Domestic ,l" "
Holland Gin, " . S 00
American " " . 4 00
Jamaica Rum, " . li 00
IN E " " 3 50
Bourbon Whiskey, ..... 3 00
Monongahula " . 5 00
Eocti?e.d " . 2 75
TEA-Green, per lb.1 1002 00
Black, " .1 1)002 00
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb. 1 0(1
Smoking, " .50 01 00
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon. 75
Cider, " . GO
French, " . 1 50
WINE-Champagne, per baskot.25035 00
Port, per gallon. 4 50
Sherry, " .S 50@5 00
Madeira, " ."5 00
DOJ1ESTIC MAUKfcT. . .
MEATS-Pork, per lb.!.j 15
' Beor, "...'.12'.020
Mutton, " . * m
POULTRY -Turkeys, per pair.
Ducks", " .
Chickens, " .
Geese. " .
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COLUMBIA, Aob?ST?, 18C7.
AT a public meeting of the citi/ons, hold
iu the A. M. E. Church, the following reso?
lution w?s adopted:
Jlesottflfk That a inasn meelina her.-.lled
on Friday afternoon, August9, at 3o'clock.
C. M. WILDER, Chairman,
ff. T. ToftA'xn, Secretary. Aug C I
O O R N .
1 OOO foKS l'LS Wo3tera WIIirj?
. ,*oo bushels Western MiXED CORN. At
LOW PRICES for CASH hy
COPELAND & DEARDEN.
Aug 6 Imo
?*^ltem>csew,4o-tfao good'tStt days ot
"lang sute.'-'used to be .called, tho
and of hog and hominy. Tho Nash
ille 17?ion and Dispatch says: From
the reports we get from the country,
in regard to the abundant corn crops,
we think wo will soon be able to ad?
vertise to tho world that we aro again
the land of "hog and hominy."
DIRECT TRADE.-There are now in
our port no less than six vessels-five
brigs and one barque-with an ag?
gregate tonnage of 1,347 tons, all
loading for Liverpool and Loudon
with naval stores, principally spirits
Of turpentine.- Wilmington Journal.
Tile New York Tribune frankly ad?
mits that the fight at Rogersville
"must bo placed to the discredit of
tho radicals." This is the light in
which this oat-cropping of tho teach?
ings of tho Loyal League strikes au
Somebody, who, perhaps, is in tho
distinguished gentleman's confidence,
says Secretary Seward is disgusted
with politics, and thinks ho is not
going to live long. He doesn't want
the next Presidency, and regards
Andrew Johnson as the modern Cato.
They do thieving on a heavy scale
in Vermont. Recently, the engine,
boiler and entire machinery belong?
ing to certain limo works in Newport,
wero carried away furtively.
Tho Connecticut Legislature has
adjourned, after a three mouths' ses
sion. It rejected tho bill granting
suffrage to women. The vote stood
93 to 111.
A negro highwayman, belonging
to a band which has been operating
in Princess Anne County, Virginia,
has been killed bv a colored man
whom ho attempted to rob.
Johu Hunter, a colored man, has
received the appointment of post?
master at St. Mark's, Fla., iu pur?
suance of tho request of all tho prin?
Niuo car loads of Norwegian immi?
grants arrived at Toronto, Canada,
on Thursday lust, and started for tho
Western States au hour after.
Forly-t'hreo per cent, of all the
deaths in New York are said to be in- |
fnnts under a year old. This out- <
Herods Herod's slaughter.
A critic calls the verses and senti- !
mental stories of young writers the
teeth-cutting aud measles of literary
John H. Reagan, formerly Confe?
derate Postmaster-General, spoke to i
2,500 freedmen, in Palestine, Texas,
Five thousuud and ninety dogs
haye been killed in New York this
season, for which the citv has paid j
Miss Catharine M. Sedgwick, tho
well known authoress, died recently,
near Roxbury, Massachusetts, in tho
seventy-eighth year of her age.
Mr. J. W. Caldwell, a Charleston
m?rchaut. died in Brooklyn, a fow
days ago, aged fifty-six years.
Five dollars for a Mormon and
one wife was the price of ball tickets
in Salt Lake City, on the 4th ult.
New coru can be engaged for twen
five cents a bushel in Texas.
AFEW bushels, just received at
AUK fi tns2*_E. POLLARD'S.
WANTED, 200 or 300 bushcla WHEAT,
for which tho highest market ju ice
will be paid. T. WID?ELT,
Aug G 0? Columbia, 8. C.
JUST received at
AUK?; J. C. 8EEQER8k CO.'S. j
-1 O BOXES ASSORTED CANDY, low for
(JL?5 cash at_ J. C. SEEGEKS A CO.'S.
TTHtESH-GROUND FLOUR, at wholesale i
JL ami retail, ul
AUK <? J Ol IN C. SEEGERS A CO.'S.
CRAWFORD & FRIDAY,
COLUMBIA, H. C.
DA.MKI. CRAWFORD. JAMES K. FRIDAY.
rr^-,^ WILL receive on storage COT- !
^^V^tON, MERCHANDIZE and CO UN- |
L^fxf?IRY l'RuOUCE, and Boll or forward ;
tho same when desired. Liberal advance-,
nado on consignments of Cotton through
us to our friends in Charleston or New
York, and forwarded froo oi charge.
Olli" Warehouse being located adjacent
tod lie South Carolina Railroad Depot, tho |
?teni ofdrajago will cost but half ibo I
rat? R as from other parts of tho City.
Halon of Storage on Cotton reduced to ;
23 cents a halo por month.
Aug? ?2mo i
OATS! OATS !
1 BUSHELS FEEDING OATS. For '
LUU solo J,u\V by
AUK 1 2 T. J. GIBSON. 1
-r*- vrr rv -, ' v ~ - - ..
Uacon Strips, Lard, Candles, ?cc.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THIS (Tueaday) MORNING, I will sell,
at my atoru, without reserve, at half
past 9 o'olocli,
1,500 lbs. primo Racon Strips,
10 tabs Extra Lard,
10 boxes Goshen Cheese,
10 *. best Adamautino Candles,
5 bags super. Rio Coffee,
1* canisters line Roast Reef,
10 boxes Scaled Herrings,
Poxes I aiport cd Segar*,
Smoking Tobacco, ripes, Ac,
6 doz. Folt Hats,
Sundry Furniture, ic. Aug 0 2
ON the FIRST MONDAY iu September,
a ?mall HOUSE and four acres of
LANI), wUbin tho limits of tho city, situ?
ated beyond Charlotte Junction Railroad.
Terms made known on dav of salo.
Aug 0 |6*
AMEETING of tho Richland Volunteer
Relief Association will bo held THIS
EVENING, at 8 o'clock, at tho City Clerk's
Oftico, to receive tho report of tho Com?
mittee of Arrangements.
Aug 6 1 _AV. T. WALTER, Sec'y.
True Brotherhood Lodge No. 84.
A A REGULAR COMMUNICATION
?".#^rof this Lodgo will bo hold THIS
/V\ (Tuesday) EVENING, 6th inst., at
Odd Fellows' Hall, at 8 o'clock.
Ry order of tho W. M.
Aug 0 1 THOS. P. WALKER, Sec'y.
Palmetto Fire Engine Company.
"y ? i y THE regular
N*^*^"--^"._s* Bv order of the
President. C. A. CARRINGTON,
Aug 0 Secretary pro lein.
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. ,
ii A I. Tl M O UK, M. J).
Rev. THOMAS E. ROND. M. D., Prosident.
G. C. M. ROBERTS, M. D., Emeritus Pro?
fessor of Obstetrics and Diseases of
Women and Children.
A. J. FOARD, M. D., Professor of Descrip?
tive and Surgical Anatomy.
J. P. LOGAN, M. D., Professor of tho
Principles and Practice of Medicino. ,
HARVEY L. BYRD, M. 1)., Professor of
MARTIN P. SCOTT, M. D., Professor of
tho Diseases of Women and Children.
EDWARD WARREN, M. D., Professor of
tho Principles and Practice of Surgery.
JOHN F. MONMONIER, M. D., Professor
of Physiology and General Pathology.
J. J. MOORMAN, M. D., Professor of Medi?
cal Jurisprudence and Hygiene.
JOSEPH E. CLAGETT, M. D., Professor
of Matena Medica and Therapeutics.
CLARENCE MORITT, M. D., Professor of
Medical Chemistry and Pharmacy.
JOHN N. MONMONIER, M. D., Demon?
strator of Anatomy.
rpiIE next session of this institution will
J. commonco on tho FIRST TUESDAY
OF OCTOBER NEXT, and continue tor
One student from each Congressional
District of tho late ulavoholding States
will bo admitted to all the privileges of
this University, upon the payment of
thirty-five dollars tor each session of at?
All tho subjects embraced in the curri?
culum will bo thoroughly taught and pro?
Every facility will bo afforded for Clini?
cal study and Anatomical investigation.
FEES.-Matriculation, $5; Dissection,
$10; Professors, $120; Graduation, $20;
For further information, apply to the
A. J. FOARD, M. D., Dean,
No. 47 Liberty st., N. E. cornor of
Lexington, or Barnum's Hotel.
Aug 6 Imo
Orv DIFFERENT STYLES most im
OU proved kinds STRAW and FODDER
Also, CORN snEELERS and PLOWS.
At tho South Carolina Cotton Gin Ware
housn, Columbia, S. C.
W. B. LOWRANCE, Manager.
Aug 1 Imo
The Best Season to Plant Turnip
LARGE WHITE GLOBE,
RUTA RAGA. For salo choap at
FISHER A HEINITSIPS, Druggists.
_ Aug 4 _
Bartlett's Reversible Sewing Ma?
rilHE most perfect and simple machine
X made, for stitching, hemming, tuck
inc, braiding, Ac. ONLY $25.
A new snpplv of the UNIVERSAL
CLOTH ES-WASH ER AND WR1NSER.
Price ?5. JOEL KETCH UM, JR. * CO.,
July 30 ; _.:\K?!iLJ_\
United States Internal Revenue.
COLLEC POP'S OFFICE,
COTTUMBfA, S. C., August 1, I?'"
rniU'. ANNUAL TAXES mr LSCGand SFE
_i < I A f. TAXES for tho year commencing
May 1, 1867, have hoon assessed and placed
in my hands for collection.
Payment is required to bo mada by the
lath August,'or n penalty ot 5 per cent,
will bo added. All persons lu Richland
District who haVo not paid Taxes of 18G |
sud 1865. will rlhtl it to their interest to pa:
np immediately. A. s. WAI . LACE,
Aug 3 ! Coll Clor 31 District S. C.