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VIENNA, August 19.-The Gazelle
says an alliance will be formed be?
tween Austria and France, if Prussia
and Russia becoino allies. The Em
?sror and Empress of France, tho
mperor and Empress of Austria,
and the King of Bavaria, met at
Salisburg on the 18th. The Emperor
of Austria gave a grund State dinner.
Ronner and Von Buost-were also
there. Thero will be conference of
the sovereigns on the 19th.
CHABI?ESTON, August 18.-Regis?
tration returns for tho past week
from all Districts heard from, foot
up; whites, 2,687; colored, 8,894.
Arrived-Steamer Katie, Wilming?
ton, Delaware; brig Senorita, Balti?
more; schooner Susanna, Baltimore.
Sailed-Steamers Champion and Sa?
ragossa, Now York; Sea Gull, Balti?
more; Alliance, Philadelphia.
WASHINGTON, August 18.-The
Commissioner of Internal Revenue
has rendered the following decision :
The interest of any successor to arise
from the sole of any real estate,
under any trust for the sale thereof,
shall bo deemed a succession, charge?
able with duty; and the duty shall
bo paid by tho person having control
of the funds. If A wills B $1,000,
and for want of personal property
the executor sells real estate to pay
the legacy money arising from such
sale, it is deemed a succession, on
which executor must pay tax. Any
person having an interest in any in?
strument unstamped or improperly
stamped, may present it to tho Col?
lector, with the proper stamps, and
?50 penalty, which act legalizes the
instrument, and the Collector must
note the dato and fact on the margin
of the instrument. The Collector
must remit the fine, on evidence that
the stamp was innocently or igno?
rantly omitted. This application,
however, must bo made within three
months of the making of the instru?
NEW YORK, August 18.-A man
named O'Neil died yesterday, from
yellow fever, at a tenemen' house,
in the 10th Ward. He had been at
work on a vessel at quarantine.
Fragments of the New York steam
tug Ailelia have been found in the
harbor, but the crew has not been
heard of, and it is supposed the tug
blew up and all hands perished.
WASHINGTON, August 19.-The
President has assigned Gen. Thomas
to the command of the 5th District;
Hancock to tho Department of the
Cumberland; and Sheridan to the
Department of Missouri. The ne?
cessary orders will issuo from the War
It is understood, to-day, that
Plumb proceeds to Mexico as Charge
d' Affaires, to relievo Otterbourg.
Roger A. Pryor publishes au affi?
davit, denying personal knowledge of
Conover and his confreres-they were
never at his office.
In connection with tho muster out
of volunteer oflicers, it is confidently
stated that a colonel of tho regular
army will relieve Geu. Howard as
Chief of the Bureau of Refugees,
Freedmen and Abandoned Lands.
Military changes dependent upon
Gen. Sheridan's removal havo occa?
sioned frequent visits between the
War and Executive Departments to?
day. The questions, however, relate
to minor details. Tho assignment of
Thomas to the 5th District may be
regarded as fixed.
Thero aro $196,000,000 in the
Treasury, whereof $109,000,000 aro
Revenue receipts to-day $641,000.
NEW YORK, August 10.-Several
vessels with sickness aboard were
quarantined yesterday-nothing con?
tagious, however, so far os known.
Tho Herald's special says Grant has
already assigned several of Stanton's
favorite subordinates to active duty.
WILMINGTON, August 19.-The
Board of Registration refused to
allow lawyers and many others to
register, who aro almost universally
considered entitled to registration.
MOBILE, August 19.-No sales of
cotton reported; market nominally
MONTREAL, August 19.-A destruct?
ive fire occurred in Middleton's coal
oil stores, and 600.000 gallons of oil
were destroyed. Loss $150,000; the
prico of oil is rising in consequence.
RICHMOND, August 19.-The sum
of $150,000 was received hore to-day,
to pay the expenses of registration in
CHARLESTON, August 19.-Regis?
tered to-day 481 -of whom 209 are
whites and 272 blacks-..
AUGUSTA, August 19.-Consider?
able feeling has been caused by Gen.
Pope's Order 49 and the letter to
Gen. Grant. It is believed they have
injured tho causo of reconstruction.
Tho press is agitating the mil for a
State Convention, for the purpose of
making an organized effort in oppo?
sition to re-organization under tho
military bills. A number of papers
aro in favor of calling a convention.
County meetings are being hold in
Alabama, to elect delegates to a con?
servativo convention to bo held at
Montgomery, on tho 4th of Septem?
Accounts from Texas, Louisiana
and Southern Mississippi oro disas?
trous. The worms and overflows de?
stroyed half the crops.
Guru and cotton crops in Alabnma
aro better than in many years. The
yield of corn is immense and the
cotton prospect flattering. The worm
as yet is exciting little apprehension.
Judge J. "W. C. Horne, a promi?
nent ?itizen of Sumter County, Ga.,
was murdered by a party of freed?
men-five of whom were arrested by
the military and imprisoned at Ma?
con; four confessed participation in
Radical or Republican organiza?
tions have been established in every
city and town throughout the South,
preparatory to conducting a vigorous
campaign for reconstruction nuder
tbe military bills.
Huts aro made in a hurry in Paris.
In the Exposition, is a m '.chine by |
means of which a rabbit skin may
be converted into a hat in fifty mi?
nutes. During the procoss the bat
undergoes six oporations. The bats
aro lined and trimmed by a sewing
The Sidney Herald states that in
Australia there is one little spot
where peoplo have been dying of
thirst. It is said that in the Lachlan
back country, bodies and skeletons
of persons who hive perished from
want of water aro being continually
A gentleman in the spring time of
life, when walkiug with a lady,
stumbled and fell. On bis resuming
the perpendicular, tho lady remarked,
"she was sorry for his unfortunate
faux pas." "I didn't hurt my fore
paws," said he, "I only barked ray
Tho strange spectacle of a fight be?
tween two deaf mutes occurred in
the streots of Lewistown, Me., tho
other day. They called each other
hard names with their fingers fast
and furious and gavo and received
kicks on tho shins without outcry.
RESIGNATION OF THE MOBILE PO?
LICE.-A large proportion of the
white members of tho police force in
Mobile have handed in their resig?
nations to the chief, giving as a rea?
son their unwillingness to serve under
a colored officer.
A Leipsic bookseller announces
that he is about to publish the works
of Maximilian. They will form seven
volumes, of which four are in the
hands of the printers. The publica?
tion is made by the express desire
of the Emperor Francis Joseph.
A clergyman was ono day talking
with his landlord, a Universalist, ou
the personality of the devil. A little
incredulous, the gentleman remarked,
"I should like to see the devil."
'?Can't you wait?" was tho quiet re
A Chicago drummer, for a whole?
sale house, got drunk in Quincy,
Illinois, went off to a grove and went
to sleep. When he awoke he found
himself dressed as a steamboat baud,
and minus his money and good
A colored orator, in a speech which
he recently made at Prospects, Priuco
Edward County, told his sable
hearers that freedom did not mean
idleness, but to strike harder and
dig deeper than they bad ever be?
A Florida negro was exercising bis
civil right of thrashing his wife,
when a neighbor interfered. Taking
up a shot-gun, the wife-whipper shot
at the other, but missed him and
killed two of bis own children.
It is said that tho radicals of Nash?
ville propose running colorod can?
didates in tho comiug municipal
election, in order to raise tho test
as to whether negroes are legally
eutitled to bold office.
A cotemporary says he onco knew
a young lady who was so excessively
modest that sho always wore green
Spectacles, because she objected to
looking at gentlemen with her naked
Peoplo aro advised against being
buried in ono County in Kentucky,
as tho soil is so poor that it cannot
raise them when Gabriel blows his
Fred. Douglass says that ono man,
with the right on his side, is a ma?
jority; but it doesn't follow that one
man with tire majority on his sido is
The Colorado Times says that there
aro three things which a woman can?
not do. She cannot sharpen a lead
pencil, cannot do up a bundle, and
cannot carry an umbrella.
A man who tried the Chicago ma?
trimonial bureau found his wedded
happiness cut short in two days by
tho disappearance of his spouso with
An old lady refused to lot her
niece danco with a young graduate,
because she had heard that he was
a bachelor of arts, whereby she under?
stood that he was au artful bachelor.
It's rather remarkable, that while
soveral thousand feet are required
to make one rood, a single foot, pro?
perly applied, is often sufficient to
make ono civil.
The old saying of "haven't got a
red" bas been dropped in tho rural
districts for "nary green," whoo
speaking of currency.
8,130 acres were added to thc pro?
ducing lauds of Florida, during July,
under tho homestead act.
Tho Turkish Sultan is temperato,
and observes the maxim, "carly to
. 1 ?ed and carly to rise."
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, August 19-Noon.
Stocks dull and a little heavy. Money
4@5. Gold 40)<i. Sterling-time,
9%; eight, 10, und merely nominal;
there were heavy shipments of bonds
last week-some say as high as
87,000,000. Flour-old 10c. better.
Wheat quiet and firm. Corn ?.i@lo.
better. Pork quiet, at $23.26." Cot?
ton quiet, nt 28.J.?.
7 P. M.-Stocks dull. Gold 41%.
Cotton quiet und firm, with sales of
950 bales, at 28J.?. Flour-State
$7.60@11; Southern $10.75@14.
Wheat firmer-amber Southern $2.30.
Corn quiet-mixed "Western $1.12@
1.14. Oats declined l@2c- State
90; Ohio 86@90.
BALTIMORE, August 19.-Cotton
demand light, and prices nominally
unchanged. Flour quiet and un?
changed; millers have mostly sold
ahead of delivery. Wheat steady
and supply light-white $2.50. Corn
higher-white $1.12(^1.15; yellow
S1.firstname.lastname@example.org. Sugar dull and un?
changed. Bulle shoulders 12; bacon
shoulders 13^@13'.<; ribbed sides
15K?l?>a'; clt?ar rib~16.L4@16,'.j.
CINCINNATI, August 17.-Flour
firm, but derouud moderate-family,
$10(3,10.50; extra, $8(^9.50; super?
fine, $email@example.com. Wheat firm-No. 1
red, $2.15; white, $2.25. Corn firm
and scarce-No. 1, 85(7^86c. Oats
dull, at 57c. Whiskey, ' 30. Pork
?23r50. Bulk meats in demand, at
ll@13a-held for higher. Ba?
con-little doing; shoulder 12 T4C.
NEW ORLEANS, August 19.-Sales
of cotton 500 bales; market stiff
low middlings 26JJ; middlings 28??.
Flour firmer-quotations unchanged.
Corn dull. Pork firm, at 26. Bacon
supply light, and in fair demand
shoulders 14; clear sides 18; sugar
cured hams20?22. Gold40.1.i@40>?.
CHARLESTON, August 19.-Cotton
dull, with sales of 45 bales-middling
27@27?.i; receipts 393. Crop ac?
counts are daily encouraging.
SAVANNAH, August 19.-Cotton is
dull; no demand, and quotations
nominally unchanged- middlings
AUGUSTA, August 19.-Cotton very
stiff, but prices unchanged; sales 17
bales-middlings 26. So far as heard
from, the recent rains have done no
serious daajage to crops.
LONDON, August 19-Noon.-Con?
sols firmer, at 94%.
LIVERPOOL, August 19-Noon.
Cotton quiet and steady. The storms
have abated, and the weat her is fa?
vorable for crops. Breadstuffs and
Columbia Wholesale i*rlcc* Current.
COU Hi::' 1 Kl) WEEKLY
BY FISHER & LOWRANCE.
APPLES-Per bushel. $1 75
JJ AGOING-Gunny, per yard. SO
Dundee " . 30
DALE KOrE-Manilla, per lb.
N. Y. or West, pr lb.. 1G?20
BACON- Hams, per lb.20?22
Sides " .18@20
Shoulders, " .lOf?/317
BUTTER-Northern, per lu. 50
Country, " .25(i<530
MUCKS-Per 1,000.10 00? 12 00
COTTON YARN-Per bunch. 2 25
COTTON-Ordinary, per lb.
Middling," . 25}
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb.10?50
Adamantine, ". 25
Tallow, " . 20
COFFEE-Itio, per lb.23?35
Laguayra, " . 40
Java, " .45? 50
CHEESE-English Dairy, per ll?... 25
Skimmed, " ... 20
FLOUR -Super., per bbl. 7 00
Extra Family.10? 13
GRAIN-Corn, per bush.1 70?
Y/heat, '* .1 65?
Oats, " . 75? 90
Peas, " .1 5lK<r.
DAY-Northern, per cwt.
Eastern " .
HIDES-Dry, per lb.12^18
Green, " . ti
INDIGO-Carolina. 1 25
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft. l 50
Scantling, " .
Shingles, per 1,000.
LIME-Per bbl. 2 75
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gall m. (#70
Now Orleans, " 1 10?l 25
Sugar House. " .... 1 25
NAILS-Per keg.7 50?8 00
ONIONS-Per biibhel. 1 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon.70@1 00
Terobene, " .
Sperm. " . 3 50
POTATOES-Irish, per bushel. 1 00
Sweot, " ...... 1 25
RICE-Carolina, per lb.12}? 14
liast India, " .
SPECIE-Gold.1 37? 1 40
Silver. 1 28? 1 32
SALT-Liverpool, per Hack. 3 75
Table, " . 5 00
SOAP-Per bar.10? 12}
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb. 22
Powdored, " .
Brown, " .14?17
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon. 6 00
Cognac Brandy, " . 0 'X)
Domestic '** " ....
Holland Gin, " . 8 00
Amorican " " . 4 00
Jamaica Rum, " . ii 00
N. E. " " . 3 50
Bourbon Whiskey, . 3 50
Monongahula " . 5 00
Rectified " . 2 75
TEA-Green, per lb.1 10@2 00
Black, " .1 00@2 00
TOBACCO-Chowing, per lb. 1 00
Smoking, " .50 @100
VINEGAR-Wino, per gallon..- 75
Cider, *7 . CO
French, " . 1 50
WINE -Champagne,nor basket.25@35 00
Port, por gallon. 4 50
Sherry, Y* .3 60@5 00
Madeira, " . 5 00
HEATS -Pork, per lb. 15
Motton, " . 12}
POULTRY-Turkeys, per pair.
Ducks, " .
Chickens, " .
Geese. 41 .
Young Joe Smith promises tho
anxious world his father's translation
ot tho bible in the fall.
If a young man spends two hours
with, a lady every night, and her old
folks don't make any fuss about it,
and his old folks don't make any fuss
about it, the two young folks may
be said to be engaged.
In Borne notes picked up on one
of the streets, setting forth what was
necessary to provide for a pic-nic,
were the following items: "Two girls,
one ham, whiskey, cigars and a good
One of the fence artists of Bridge?
port lately painted on a board fence,
"Use Hoofland's German Bitters!"
Tho next moruing an addition to it
was discovered, thusly: "And buy
your grave-stones of-."
RsOrSTBATION IN CHARLOTTE, N. C.
The Guardian, of Monday, says
that thus far, in that place, there
have been registered 1,292 voters
56G whites, and 726 blacks.
A Georgia editor sees a diminution
of respect for the doctrine of State
sovereignty, in tho fact that so many
spell tho word State with a small "s."
He bas a very critical "i. "
A harness maker in New Bedford,
Mass., has been left $175,000 by a
deceased relative in England. Who
traced the kin?
What Protestants call the "move?
ment towards Borne" was never so
great in England among all classes.
Ritualism helps it.
A life convict in the Illinois State
prisoti, named Cromwell, bas re?
ceived a patent for a new machine to
turu wagon axles.
What is the difference between
perseverance and obstinan cy? Ont
is a strong will and the other is II
There is good reason why a little
man should never marry a bouncing
widow. He might be called "tb<
Tho Jewish women were once pun
?8hed for adoring a false calf. Le
tho women of this country take warn
Why do people affix tho words "m
cards," at the end of a marriage an
nonncement? Because they hav
played all their cards before marriage
A traveler describes New Euglam
as the greatest watering place in th
country. He couldn't get anythin?
Francis Joseph, they say, swor
never to sigu another death warran
when he heard of bis brother's ext
To avoid cholera, says tho doctoi
take caro of your diet. In othe
words, miud your peas and q-cumben
A Wisconsin farmer complains thi
he bas not room on his farm th:
year to stack his crops.
"Pray, madam, why do you nam
your old ben Macdui!?" "Beeausi
sir, I want ber to lay on!"
Much remains unsung, as the toi
cat said when a brick cut short h
Small faults indulged in are litt
thieves that let in greater.
A Methodist college is to be foum
ed in Ireland.
Philadelphia is growing at tho ra
of 1,500 buildings in six months.
On tho 8th instant, by the Rev. Dr. Re
nolan, Mr. NV. C. SWAFF1ELD to Mi
MARY A. GREEN, daughter of Dr. F. ^
Green, all of Columbia.
POVERTY OP IILOOD.-Thc prov
leuce of thia diseased condition of the bio
is noticeable everywhere. Seo the yon
mau or tho young girl with a pale, \va>
blanched appearance of tho countenau
and integuments generally, as well of t
lips, tongue, mouth, a pulso feeble a
rapid, loss of appetite, with indigesti
and flatulence and irregular action of t
bowels, low spirits and severe headacl
great debility, with langor, you may sci
down the blood wants richness. A tin
sand complaints flow from this ono thii
Thc QUEEN'S DELIGHT is tho gr
blood purifier and renovator. Get a bot
and uso it. It is an invaluable medic
for poverty of blood. It is tho cheap
and beat medicine you can uso, as
cleanses and purifies tho very fountain
life. Re sure to ask for Heinitsh's Qucc
Delight. For sale by FISHER & HE
ITS?. Druggists. Aug 20 ti:
^ A COTTAGE, on tho corner
Hint Richland and Barnwell streets, c
M't'i taming live rooms. Applv to
August 20 ii A. R. PHILLIP.'
Independent Fire Engine Compai
_ A regular mooting of this C<
-AH. pany will bo hold THIS (Tr
^KgAr- EVENING, at Hons.m
-9C9E_Sutphon's store, at 8 o'clock,
full attendance is earnestly requested,
order. G. T. BERG, Secretar'
Aug 20 _
Columbia Lodge No. 108, A.'. F.\ ]
A A Regular Communication of
**?NWLodgo will be hold THIS (Ti
/^\dayj EVENING, at 8 o'clock, at :
motto Lodgo Hall. Tho First Degroo
bo conferred. By order of the W. M.
ISAAC S?LZBACHER, Sec
THE copartnership of BLEASE A D
in tho Tin and Stove Business,
dissolved on the 17th inst., by tho doat
John S. Due. All persons having derna
against tho firm Will please present tl
without delay, and those indebted
mako payment to tho undersigned.
Thc business will bo oonducted by
undersigned, in all Ita branches, at
same stand. A continuation of tho lib
patronage heretofore given to tho tiri
respectfully solicited. H. ll. RLEAS
State South Carolina-Bichland Dist.
Ru Jacob Bell, Ordinary of said District.
WHEREAS Emma Jackson hath ap?
plied to me for letters of administra?
tion on all and singular tho goods, chattels,
rights and credits of Edward Roe, late of
tho District aforesaid, deceased:
These arc, therefore, to cito and admo?
nish all a,nd singular tho kindred and
creditors of the Baid deceased to ho and
appear before me, at our next Ordinary's
Court for thc said District, to be holden at
Columbia on Monday, tho second day of
September next, at ten o'clock a. m., to
show cause, ifany, why the said administra?
tion should not bc granted.
Given under my hand and seal of the Court,
this seventeenth day of August, in tho
year of our Lord ono thousand eight
hundred and sixty-seven, and in thc nine?
ty-second year of American independ?
ence. JACOB BELL,
Aug 2? tu2 Ordinary Richland Dist.
FOR THE DENEFIT OF TUE
IN All) OF THE
Suffering and Destitute Poor of the South,
WILL TAKE r-LACE IN
Washington, D. C., Sept. 30, 1867.
rriHE "Ladies' Society in Aid of tho Suf
_1_ fering and Destitute Poor of tho South"
would respectfully and earnestly call tho
attention of tho generous public to the
great distress and fearful suffering now
prevailing in the Southern States.
The public haye already responded no?
bly to tho call, but not to tho extent re?
quired to keep starvation from making
victims of many. Additional funds must
be raised at once; the caso is urgent. Tho
Lady Managers, after mature deliberation,
have decided to give a Grand National En?
tertainment, trusting to their activo co?
operation and sympathizing aid for tho
immediate supply ot means to enable them
to purchase and forward food to starving
thousands. Tho Grand National Enter?
tainment will bc given at Washington, D.
? C., September 30, 18G7. 300,000 tickets will
he ottered for salo at $2 each. Half of tho
amount will bo in valuable awards to the
holders, and the balance will bc devoted at
once by tho Lady Managers to purchasing
food to* bc sent South for immediate distri?
bution among tho most needy. Tho Lady
Managers have entered into an arrange?
ment with Messrs. Bentley, Clark A Co. to
superintend disposal of tickets and conduct
the Entertainment in a manner worthy thc
patronage and support of the public.
LIST OF AWARDS.
1. An elegant Mansion on Fifth Ave?
nue, New York City; titles perfect,
deed deposited in Escro; actual
2. Twentv Thousand Dollars in 10-40
Government Bonds. 20.00C
3. 1 entire set Diamonds, complete,
comprising Pin, Ear-rings, Brace?
let and Necklace-very magnifi?
cent . 15,00(
4. 1 set elegant Diamondt, complete 12,00(
5. 1 sot Diamonds and Emeralds. .. io,eui
G. 1 set Diamond Studs and Sleeve
7. 1 Singlo Solitairo Diamond Ring. 5,00(
8. 1 Single Solitairo Diamond Pin.. 4,001
0. 1 Single Solitairo Diamond Stud.. 3.00<
10. 1 Diamond Scarf Pin. 2,00
ll to 15. 5 Cluster Diamond Rings,
$1,000 each. 5,00
1G to 20. 5 Jules Jurgenson Watches,
[Hunters,] $600 each. 3,00
21 to 25. 5 Thomas Nardin Watches,
[Hunter's,] $500 each. 2,50
26 to50. 25 .Solitaire Diamond Kings,
$500 each. 12,50
51 to 75. 25 sets elegant Coral, com?
plete, $100 each.10,00
7G to 125. 50 sets elegant Garnets,
completo, comprising Bracelet,
Sleeve Buttons, Ear-rings and
Breast-pin, $200 each. 10,00
126 to 1,123. 1,000 Chromas, Artist's
1,126 to 0,225. 5,000 elegant Engrav?
1,226 to 0,223. 100 sets Silver-plated
Tea Service, very heavy. 10,0C
6,226 to 10,001). Consisting of Writ?
ing Desks, Work Boxes, Photo?
graphic Albums, sets of Silver
plated Forks, Fish Knives, Napkin
Rings, Boxes, Ladies' Gloves,
Handkerchief?, Ac. 41,0C
Tho distribution will be superintendc
by a Committee ot tho Honorary Member:
who, in giving their aid and sanction t
this noble charity, will not only receive tl:
confidence ot the public at large, but tl
warmest ihanks of the Ladies' Society i
Aid of tho Suffering and Destitute Poor i
UH- SI SULK TICKETS, $2.00. -5ia
5 Tickets.$ 9 | 10 Tickets.
AR orders or communications address
BENTLEY, CLARK & CO.,
175 Fifth Avenue, Now York City, or
222 Pennsvlv'a Ave., Washington, D. C.
[P. O. Box 10.]
Mrs L W Jerome, Mrs Hyatt.
Mark Brumagim, A C Richards, |
Jamos Willeta, E C Carrington
E Underbill, M C Cogswell,
James Darling, T K Tillinghast
II Shaman, M H Grinncll,
A Frear, M K Shaffer,
Abrah'in Lincoln, C M Garrison,
C N Chapia, A B Mack,
M Duncan, J C Barrington
J H Clark, M A Kellogg,
Daniel Sloan, LeGrand Capel
W B Astor, A L DeForrest,
AT Stewart, L E Kennedy,
August Belmont, B O Taylor,
\V Aspiuwall, J C Fremont,
Simoon Draper, Frank E Howe,
A Lawrence, George Mungel
R E Fenton, A E Burnside,
Mrs H C Murphy.
Major-General Philip H Sheridan, Co
manning Fifth Military District, N O.
Major-General John Pope, Conimandi
Third Military District, Mobile.
Major-General J M Schofield, Commai
ing lirBt Military District, Richmond.
Major-General E O C Ord, Commandi
Fourth Military District, Vicksburg.
Major-Oeneral Daniel E Sickles, Co
manning Second Military Dist, Charlos-ti
Major-General John A Dix, United Stai
Minister, Paris, Franco.
Gov A E Burnside, Rhode Island.
Gov F II Pierpoint, Virginia.
Gov Thomas Swann, Maryland.
Gov J Worth, North Carolina.
Gov J L Orr, South Carolina.
Gov R M Patton, Alabama.
Gov Charles J Jenkins, Georgia.
Gov J Madison Wells, Louisiana.
Gov W G Brownlow, Tcnuossee.
Gov Thomas E Bramlotte, Kentucky.
Gov Isaac Murphy, Arkansas.
Gov David S Walker, Florida.
Mrs Laura Brooks, Mrs II Sherman,
Mrs 0 Wadsworth, Miss M Duncan,
Mrs Drake Mills, Miss Maria Moult<
I Mrs E S Adams, Mrs Jamos Clark.
Mus. HARLOW E. MATHER,
Secretary, 2'.IG Fifth Avenue, N. V
I oar Tickets for sale at thc PIREN
I OFFICE. Aug Of
Bacon, Cheese, Com and Candles.
By D. C. PELXOTTO & SON.
WE will nell, THIS MORNING, 20th, at !>}
o'clock, at our auction store, without
1,500 lbs. prime Shoulder?,
20 boxes Cheese,
JO " Pino Apple Cheese,
20 " No. 1 Star Candles,
10 " *' Family Soap,
10 *' " Layer Raisins,
100 bushels White Corn, in lots,
25 bales Hay,
20 boxen Fancy Toilet Soaps,
20 gross Rose-bud Fine-cut Tobacco,
1 ) " Navy and Neptune Fine-cut
500 No. 1 Segars,
100 lbs. Durham Smoking Tobacco.
Bacon, Lard, Cheese, Whiskey, ?fcc.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
TO-MORROW (Wednesday) MORNING, at
10 o'clock, I will sell, at my store,
2,500 lbs. superior Bacon Strips, in small
10 tubs No. 1 Lard,
20 boxes Pino Apple Cheese,
2 bbls. No. 1 Corn Whiskey,
200 lbs. warranted Durham Tobacco,
300 " " Killickinick Tobacco,
in 4-lb. packages,
2,000 Diana Segars,
5 boxes Adamantine Candles, Ac.
l>3_ Unlimited articles received until
hour of sale._Aug_20 2
BY virtuo of sundry writs of fieri facias
to me directed, I will sell, on tho
FIRST MONDAY and TUESDAY in Sep?
tember next, before the Court House in
Columbia, within the legal hours.
The following PROPERTY, viz:
4 pits of Crude Turpentine, of tho fol?
lowing dimensions, viz: Ono pit 40x15 feet.
C feet deep; two pits 30x15 feet, G feot deep;
ono pit 15x10 feet, 6 feet deep-on tho
plantation formerly known as Hocott Sc
Rawlinson, on the South Carolina Railroad,
six miles below Columbia. Levied on as
the property of Daniel D. Hocott, at tho
suit of tho" Bank of Camden, S. C., vs.
Daniel D. Hocott.
At tho store of Melvin BI. Cohen, on As?
sembly Btrcet, between Senate and Pen?
dleton" streets, in Co oibia, tho entire
stock of Merchandize, consisting of: Drugs
and Medicines, Groceries, Liquors and an
assortment of Shelf Goods such as are
usually kept in a grocery store. Also, at
tho samo place, the following articles of
Household Fnrnituro, viz: 1G Mahogany
Chairs, 2 Rosewood Tables, [small,] 1 Mar?
ido top Table, 1 Dining Table, 7 Oak Cane
scat Chairs, 4 Fancy Cane-seat Chairs, 2
Rocking Chairs, 1 Lounge, 1 Fender, lpair
Brass Andirons, 1 Mahogany Bedstead, 1
Mahogany Wardrobo,3 Mahogany Bureaus,
1 Washstand, 4 Mattresses. Levied on as
the property of Melvin M. Cohen, at tho
snit of T. J. Moiso Sc Co. et al. vs. Melvin
Terms cash. F. W. GREEN, 8. R. D.
H. P. DoGraaf, Executor, vs. J. C. Green.
Bill to Foreclose Mortgage.
PURSUANT to tho order of tho Ccurt in
the above stated case, I will sell, be?
fore the Court House, on the FIR8T MON?
DAY in September noxt,
All that LOT OF LAND, situate in tho
city of Columbia, on the corner of Taylor
anil Ball streets, bounded on the North by
Taylor street, East by lot of- Miles,
South by lot of Richard Holmes and West
hy BuU street, containing one-half acre,
more or less; together with the buildings
thereon-upon the following terms:
So much cash as will defrav the costs of
suit and expenses of sale; balance on a
credit of one, two and threo years, with
interest at the rate of 7 per centum per
annum, secured by bond and mortgage of
the promises. D. B DESAUSSURE,
Aug 10 i'J C. E. R. D.
RICHARD O'MiLE & SOX,
FROM thia daj', our charge for storage
on COTTON will be 25 CENTS A BALE
PER MONTH. Our large Brick Ware?
houses aro 'situated separate from other
buildings, and, having a watchman con?
stantly on guard, wo believe them moro
secure from fire than any orher in the city.
. Wo aro preparod to make LIBERAL AD?
VANCES ON COTTON consigned to our
friends in Cbarleston or Liverpool.
30 bales Gunny Cloth,
100 coils of Greenleaf and Manilla Rope,
10,000 pounds C. R. Bacon Sides,
500 bushels White and Mixed Corn,
200 pounds Baling Twine,
Winch we ofter at marke', rates.
August 13 lino
COPELAND & DEARDEN,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
STORAOE ON COTTON 25 cents a halo
Wo are prepared?to make LIBERAL AD?
VANCES on COTTON, and will ship and
attend to thc sale of the same in Charles?
ton, Now York or Liverpool. We have on
hand a large and well selected stock ot'
BAGGING, BALE ROPE, BACON, SOLE,
UPPER and HARNESS LEATHER, which
wo offer at LOW PRICES, having bought
beforo tho lato advance.
CRAWFORD & FRIDAY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
DANIEL CRAWFORD. JAMES K. FRIDAY.
>t VTVN WILL receivo on storago COT
RAA^TON, MERCHANDIZE and COUN
tJHSrRY PRODUCE, and sell or forward
tho samo when desired. Liberal advance.i
made on consignments of Cotton through
na to our frionds in Charleston or New
York, and forwarded freo of charge.
Our Warehouse being located adjacent
to tho South Carolina Railroad Depot, the
item of drayage will cost but half the
rates as from other parta of thc city.
Rates of Storage on Cotton reduced to
25 cents a bale per month. Aug 6 ?2mo
Georgia Cotton Gins.
THF. subscribers, agents for Messrs. W.
c. demon?, Brown & Co., of Colum?
bus, Ga., are prepared to till orders f<
their GINS, which comprise Singlo and
Double Cylinder, and adapted to either
water or "horse power. Hieso Hins an?
im?le by a factory established over twenty
years ago, and comprise nil tbe chief
points of excellence, namclv: SPEED,
LIGHT DRAUGHT and GOOD SAMPLE
Circulars sent when requested.
RICHARD O'NEALE Si SON.
Aug 13 - Imo