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PARIS, August 24.-Napoleon has
gone to Biarritz.
Farragut had a grand demonstra?
tion at Cronstadt.
Bavaria repudiates the Saiisburg
treaty, refusing to join the Southern
The Spanish provinces are under
apprehension of insurrections, and
are declared in a state of siege.
The Salisburg conference continues
to attract attention; in addition to
the understanding regarding the
South German Confederation, the
conference will resist interference in
tho Eastern question. The South
German States may remain in Solve
reiu, while Prussia abides by the
treaty of Prague. The Mexican ques?
tion was also considered. Maxi?
milian's body is to be demanded by
France and Austria. Tho citizens of
bot! i empires in Mexico are to be
protected at all hazards.
WASHINGTON, August 24.-The Pre?
sident will use his powers to exhaus?
tion in support of the dignity and
authority of the Supreme Court.
Internal revenue receipts to-day
.$541,000; for the week, $2,879,000.
Custom receipts from the 12th to
Gen. Augur is of the opinion that
if the Indian war is fully inaugu?
rated, it will be general, and will re?
quire 20,000 men. Hancook will re?
quire as many.
NEW YORK, August 24.-A steamer
has arrived from New Orleans with
Austrian troops, who leave for Europe
AUGUSTA, August 24.-The editors
of the conservative press met at Ma?
con, yesterday, and after appointing
a committee to draw up memorials to
Gen. Pope, requesting a revocation of
Order 49, adjourned. In case Pope
refuses, the matter will be referred to
On a proper medical recommenda?
tion, the President hos suspended the
order assigning Thomas to the com?
mand of the Fifth District. Sheridan
will remain in command until re?
lieved-probably by Gen. Hancock.
NEW ORLEANS, Aucust 24.-Gen.
Sheridan has romoved from office the
City Surveyor, City Attorney and
Assistant City Attorney.
Gov. Flanders has appointed n co?
lored man on tho Board of Control of
the State Penitentiary, in place of a
white man, who was removed.
Nineteen dt aths from yellow fever
reported by the Board of Health yes?
terday, and nine from other fevers.
CALVESTON, August 24.-Over 100
' of the principal citizens of Corpus
Christi, including the Presbyterian
and Methodist, ministers, druggists
and merchants, have died of yellow
fever. Tho disease is slightly abat?
CHARLESTON, August 24.-Sailed
Steamer Manhattan, New York; bark
Annie Kimball, Boston.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL..
NEW YORK, August 24-Noon.
Stocks stronger. Money 5 per cent.
Gold 40%. Flour 10(r|20c. lower.
Wheat l(ro2c. lower. Corn }?@lc.
lower. Mess pork $email@example.com.
Cotton quiet, at 28. Turp?n tine SSV..
7 P. M.-Gold 405J. Stocks lower,
closing steady. Specie shipments
BALTIMORE, August 24.-Rio coffee
dull-nominally 10@12}? for fair to
primo cargoes. Cotton dull and
. nominal-middlings 28. Flour
Howard Street extra $10.37>A; City
Mills superfino $9.25. Wheat de?
clined 5c.-choice Virginia red $2.25;
fair to primo $2.35(<?2.45 ; white un?
changed. Corn dull and lower
whito $1.0Gi>1.09; yellow $1.16. Oats
lower-50@59; the latter for strictly
prime. Provisions quiet and steady,
at previous ratos.
CINCINNATI, August 24.-Flour
quiet and unchanged. Wheat firmer
-rod $2.15; whito $2.30. Cornscarco
and higher-$1 asked for mixed.
Shoulders 12)<? ; clear sides 15,'?(?UO.
NEW ORLEANS, August 24.-Sales of
cotton to-day 150 bales; market dull;
receipts 9(* bales. Flour firm and in
bettor inquiry-superfine $9(i/9.25.
Corn quiet; yellow scarce and ruling
5c. higher than white-yellow $1.25;
white $1.20. Pork firm-lots sold to
arrive at $26. Bacon in light supply
-shoulders jobbing 13)-4@14; clear
17%(rt)18. Gold 40).,'.
SAVANNAH, August 24.-Cotton dull
and heavy, and nothing doing-mid?
dlings nominally 26@26,1i? ; receipts
AUGUSTA, August 24.-Cotton dull;
sales 25 bales-prices nominal. Crop
CHARLESTON, August 24.-Cotton
declined 1@1??C>; suies 51 bales
middlings 25@25^; receipts 237
LONDON, August 24-Noon.-Con?
sols 94 V Bonds 73 %.
LIVERPOOL, Augnst 24-Noon.
Cotton dull-middling uplands 10?.! ;
TH0S. E. GREGG & CO.,
STOCKS, Bonds, Oold and Exchange
bought and sold. Oflico at GREGG &
JUST received at
Aug (i J. C. SEEGERS ft CO.'S.
THE next session of thia Iu
>f/J? Btitution will open on tho FIRST
??J^HfeMONDAY of October, and con
Tt^MpSetimio without interruption until
^VQIkf'the lat of July following.
oaahP* Applicautrt must bo at least
fifteen years of ago. Each student may
select his Behool?, but, in tho Academic
Department, must. unless specially ex?
cused by tho Chairman of tho Faculty,
attend at least three.
Tho Law and Medical Schools having
recently been fully organized, there arc
now three departments in tho University.
Tho aggregate expenses, including tui?
tion, board, wood, lights and washing, for
the session of nine months, will bc:
For Academic Student, attending three
For Law Student, about.280
For Medical Student, attending a full
course, about. 370
MST For catalogues, givin? additional in?
formation, address Rev. C. Bruco Walker,
Secretary, or R. W. BARNWELL,
Chairman of tho Faculty,
Aug 9 2mo Columbia, S. C.
" FEMALE SEMINARY.
THE next term of the sub
/I+li^^scriber's SCHOOL will cum
^Wffifin?nience on MONDAY, September
^?pg?2, and continue sixteen weeks,
Jfc-jp^ till Friday,December '20, at the
***os^ following ratos, payable half in
Tuition in Spelling, Reading, Primary
Arithmetic and Geography, with
Above, with Euglish Grammar aud El?
Abovo, with higher English Studiee,
Above, with Latin or French.2(
Music on Piano . .2(
j>9~If desired, instruction will bo giver
to a Select Class of Young Ladies, thrcf
afternoons in the week.
Competent Assistants will he employee
in tho Elementary and Musical Depart
ments. Applv at corner of Camden ant
PickenB streets. W. MULLER
Aug 1 Imo
BALTIMORE, M. D.
Rev. THOMAS E. BOND. M. D., Presiden!
G. C. M. ROBERTS, M. D., Emeritus Pro
fessor of Obstetrics and Diseases o
Women and Children.
A. J. FOARD, M. D., Professor of Descrir.
tive and Surgical Anatomv.
J. P. LOGAN. M. D., Professor of th
Principles and Practice of Medicine.
HARVEY L. BYRD, M. D., Professor (
MARTIN P. SCOTT, M. D., Professor <
tho Diseases of Women aud Children.
EDWARD WARREN, M. D., Professor <
the Principles and Practico of Surgery,
JOHN F. MONMONIER, M. D., Profess.
of Phvsiologv and General Pathologv.
J. J. MOORMAN, M.D., Professor of Med
cal Jurisprudence and Hygiene.
JOSEPH E. CLAGETT, M. D., Profes?
of Matena Medica and Therapeutics.
CLARENCE MORFIT, M. D., Professor!
Medical Chemistry and Pharmacy.
JOHN N. MONMONIER, M. D., Dcmoi
strator of Anatomy.
THE next session ?f this iustitutiojfw
commence on tho FIRST TUESDA
OF OCTOBER NEXT, and continu* t
Ono student from each Congrossion
District of tho late slaveholding Stat
will bo admitted to all tho privileges
this University, upon tho payment
thirty-Jive dollars for each session of t
All the subjects embraced in tho euri
culuni will be thoroughly taught and pi
Every facility will bc afforded for Cli\
nd Study and Anatomical investigation.
FEKS.-Matriculation, $5; Disseetic
$10; Professors, $120; Graduation, $!
For further information, apply to t
A. J. FOARD, M. D., Dean,
No. 47 Liberty st., N. E. corner of
Lexington, or Barnum's Hotel
OF VIRGINIA, RICHMON
Session of 1867--'68.
nnHE next Annual Course of Lectn
I will commence on the first day of
lober, 1807, and continue until the 1st
Mareil ensuing, making a term of I
D. H. TUCKER, M. D., Professoi
Practice of Medicine.
B. R. WELLFORD, M. D., Professoi
Materia Medica, A-c.
L. S. JOYNES, M. D., Professor of I
JAMES B. M.-.CAW, M. D., Profeeso
HUNTER McGUIRE, M. D., Profei
R. T. COLEMAN, M. D., Professo
F. D. CUNNINGHAM, M. D., Profei
E. 8. GAILLARD, M. D., Professoi
Genoral Pathologv, Ac.
I. H. WHITE, M. D., Demonstrato
Tho advantages offered by this sci
both for THEORETICAL AND PH
TICAL INSTRUCTION, aro greater t
at any previous period. Abundant fa
ties aro atTordod for the prosecutioi
CLINICAL INSTRUCTION at the I
ard's Grove Hospital, the College Hos]
and tho Richmond City Dispensary, loc
in the Collcgo Building.
EXPENSES.-Matriculation, $5; Pn
sors' fees, each, $15; Demonstrator of,
tomy, $10; Graduation, $30. Board
bo obtained at from $5 to $7 per week.
For furthor information, or a copy o
catalogue, apply to
L. 8. JOYNES, M. D.
July 27 s5_Dean of tho Facul
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps aro
for all urinary complainte._
Harvey's Rat and Mice Fast
ff ET BIB OF THE BATS.
HARVEY'S RAT PASTE oxtermii
Rats, Mice, Roaches and Ants
your store-room, corn houses or t
your kitchens, your houses ; saves yoi
ney in providing for these thioves; a
cure for theso deprodators and destro
For aale hv FISHER ft HEINITSH
! Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps In
! depot in all the largo cities in the Uni
DILLON'S PATENT UNIVERSAL COTTON TIE AND IBON HOOPS.
THIS TIE, with the HOOF COMPLETE, weighs no more than ti-- usual Popo used
in haling cotton, and renders un allowance for tare unnecessary; tho ONLY TIE
REQUIRING NO SLACK WHILE PUTTING ON, and is SD perfect that the necessity
for heavy hoops, to make up for deficiencies in the tie, is entirely obviated. Can bo
sold by the pound or ton as cheaply as the heavy hoops and less perfect ties. Each
and every tie is warranted perfect. Science und practical uso will havo tho effect of
tho Iron "Tie entirely superseding tho use of rope-its combination of advantages, tho
preservation of the'eotton when baled from consumption by lire, rendering its security
to Insurance Companies a matter for consideration, both while in warehouse or on
shipboard, and its simplicity of uso and economy combined.
ia_ For sale, in largo or small quantities, by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Aug 25 Columbia, S. C.
New and Desirable Goods Just in.
TVE HAYE RECEIVED, amongst our NEW GOODS,
A COMPLETE LINE OF ENGLISH HOSIERY.
Every style of HOOP SKIRT, comprising the following:
Tip-Top, Demi-Quaker. Invisible Quaker. Demi-Duplex,
Paris Trail. Ladies' Extra Long Demi-Quaker. Child's
Single Steel. Misses Single Steel, in movable and immova?
ble fastenings. &c, kc.
REAL YAL. INSERT! XGS. GUIPURE EDGINGS,
BLACK SILK LACES and EDGINGS. Swiss Mulls.
White Silk Luces and Edgings. Thread Bradings.
Real SWISSES. Paris. Swiss. Nainsooks and Mulls.
JACONET and SWISS EDGING, "fcc, kc. Also.
BOBBIN ET MOSQUITO \ETT1\G-ALL W IDTHS AND PRIDES,
FRENCH WOVE CORSETS, at Lowest Possible Prices.
R. C. SHIVER.
^^^jg^ FISHER & LAWRANCE,
'i^^^^X ^ /?^^-Z? 73 East Bay,^harlesH>n,S.'c.
*".*??,. Juno 30 " mw3mo
Baltimore Advertisements. Charleston Advertisements.
Fall and Winter Importation-1S67. Flour, Grain and Produce.
T" HAVE made arrangements with Messrs.
.JL Street Brothers A Co. to sell, on com
Ra <5r? .?i /\ Vj fC mission, all kinds of PRODUCE consigned
J i) X) V ?VS *3 % to them. I will devote my personal atten
j ~. , timi to thc sale of thc same.
Millinery and. Straw l*0OOS. With an experience of twenty years in
the Flour and Grain Business, and
inuomnnv/i o irrmn o nn with the advice ami assistance of Messrs.
\RMSTR0Ml. I VTOR tY (10.. st"!0t ?rothers & Co., I am confident that
AUDlDlUUilUj UH ' anv business entrusted to them will provo
IMPORTERS and Jobbers of BONNET, satisfactory to those who favor tho house
TRIMMING and VELVET RIBBONS, with consignments. 1 hey will mako hbc
BONNET SILKS, SATINS und VELVETS, ' al cash advances on all produce shipped
Blonds, Nette, Crapes, Ruches, Flowers, ?jem tor sale or shipment to their
Feathers. Ornaments, Straw Bonnets and frle.n?8An NUW IORK' 1 ?'^I??'MI^LM?011
Ladies'Hate, [trimmed and untrimmed,] and Baltimore. G. A. NEU II ER.
Shaker Hoods Ac, .. ?- Address all letters to 'Street Bro
' * thors A Co., Charleston, S. C.
237 find 239 J?allimore Street, August ll_mw2mo
BALTIMORE, MD.. Wool, Hides, Beeswax.
Offer tho largest Stock to bo found in this "\Tt7"E are prepared to purchaso tho
countrv, and unequaled in choico variety W above articles at tho HIGHEST
and cheapness, comprising the latest Pa"- PRICES for CASH ou delivery. ?r Prices
risian novelties. ? Current sei:t freo to parties through the
?<k. Orders solicited and prompt atten- country,
tion given. Aug 21 Imo "MOSES OOLDSMITH A SON,
._ i j Vendue Range, Charleston.
KEROSENE 0LL. ' A"K*_mw3mo
THE CHEAPEST LIGHT in thc world, 1 MILLS HOUSE,
if you get the best. Just received, an- ! CHARLESTON, S. C.
other fresh lot. which is odored at lower i THI8 wcU_known FIRST-CLASS
pneo by the burrel gabor,quart aiul pint, AL H0TEL has boen thoroughly ropair
FTTT , n. IISHEU * , J? " ' ?lLed, refitted and refurnished, and is
Jq'y 2*_yrng ?tore, j now rea(]y for tho accommodation of the
15 Boxes Chewing TobaCCO, ' traveling public, whoso patronage is ro
T\ IF F E ?EN T Git AD ES, low to de alor s. ? 8 ''j fa re), \ I JO S EP H PURCELL. Prop'r.
XJ Juuo 30 JOHN C. SELQERS A CO. ?-?
"WHEAT AND FLOUR. Charleston Hotel,
T WILL pay the HIGHEST MARKET OH,** f E S- T 0 F * S>' ?'
I PRICK for WHEAT and FLOUR. Will ptOACHE8 always in readiness to convey
furnish bags when desired. : V? passongeTs to and from tho Hotel.
Juno ALFRED TOLLESON. Feb 21. WHITE A MIXER, Proprietors.
wolfe'* st ill?-dum Mciuiupp? are good Livery and Sale Stables,
' for Rlieumatism_._ _j CHAT.MER8 8TREET,
PINE APPLE CHEESE. %?^\?SffTbAK%n.Kffi
Q/\ CHOICE FINE APPLE CHEESE, ?lUllprietors. Carriages, Phrotons, Bng
. Ow just received and for sale bv ? gies and Saddle Horses to hire, at all hours.
July 25 J. A T. R. AGNEW. ^ Mules and Horses for sale. Feb 27
Furniture, Under, Cheese, <l'<-.flB|
By A. R. PHILLIPS.
ON TUESDAY MORNING, at 9$ o'clock, I
will sell, at my auction room, Washing?
ton street, opposito Law Rango,
Sundry articlos FURNITURE, consisting
of": 1 Marblo-top Cottago Suite, comprising
Bureau, Bedstead, Washstand, 4 Chairs,
Table and ClotheB Rack; 1 Oak Cottago
Suite, complete; Bedsteads, 12 Oak Dining
Room Chairs, Rocking Chairs, 1 Rosewood
Arm Chair, Walnut Cradle and Mattress,
Lounge. Looking Glasses, Sideboard,
Wardrobe. Also, Note, (Jap and Letter
Paper, Clocks and Tinie-piecee.
3 kita Mountain Butter; CO Mountain
Cheese; 2 Cooking Stoves and Utensils; 1
Coal Stove; 200 Empty Bags; 1 Colt'd Re?
volving Ritle. Sc.
N. B-Unlimited articles received until
hour of salo. AUK 25
BY virtue of sundry writs otjteri focian
to me directed, I will sell, on tho
FIRST MONDAY and TUESDAY in Sep?
tember next, before tho Court House in
Columbia, within the legal hours,
The following PROPERTY, viz:
4 pits of Crude Turpentine, of tho fol?
lowing dimensions, viz: One pit 40x15 feet,
G feet deep; two pits 30x15 feet, G feet deep;
one pit 15x10 feet, 6 feet deep-on the
plantation formerly known as Hocott A
Rawlinson, on the South Carolina Railroad,
six miles below Columbia. Levied on as
the property of Danie! D. Hocott, at the
suit of the* Bank of Camden, S. C., vs.
Daniel D. Hocott.
At tho store of Melvin M. Cohen, on As?
sembly street, between Senate and Pen?
dleton streets, in Columbia, the 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
the same place, tho following articles of
Household Furniture, viz: 16 Mahogany
Chairs, 2 Rosewood Tables, [small,] 1 Mar?
ble ?op Table, 1 Dining Table, 7 Oak Cane
seat Chairs, 4 Fancy Cane-seat Chairs, 2
Rocking Chairs, 1 Lounge, 1 Fonder, lpair
Brass Andirons. 1 Mahogany Bedstead, 1
Mahogany Wardrobe,3Mahogany Bureaus,
1 Washstand, 4 Mattresses. Levied on aa
the property of Melvin M. Cohen, at the
suit of T. j". Moise A Co. et cl. vs. Melvin
Terms cash. F. W. GREEN, S. R. D.
Aug 18 t
CAUTION! CAUTION! !
IT has come to our knowledge that per?
sons from tho country and city, order?
ing' that GREAT MEDICINE, the QUEEN'S
DELIGHT, have their orders tilled by an?
other medicine, called Epping's Sarsapa?
rilla. This is a pernicious habit on the
part of any druggist or apothecary to
make such substitutions, and it must re?
flect upon their pharmaceutical knowledge
to say to their customers that they are the
Bame, when it is known they do not know
the constituents of tho medicine Queen's
Delight, as prepared by Heiuitsh.
Thia is to caution tho people that "HEi
NITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT' ia an en?
tirely different article-a new pharmaceu?
tical product and combinat icu of roots and
gums, and is the only medicine that per?
forms so many extraordinary cures among
the people. Over l.GOOjbottles have been
sold at our store in less than eleven
months, and the demand increasing from
all parts of the country.
Purchasers should bo careful to ask for
"Heinitsh's Queen's Delight." This is tho
name. Please remember it-"Queen's De?
light." For sale bv
FISHER Sc HEINITSH,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
NEW CROP TURNIP SEED,
Comprising the following varieties:
IMPROVED YELLOW RUTA BAGA,
WHITE FLAT DUTCH,
GLOBE, and RED TOP.
Received hy last steamer from Philadel?
phia. Parties desiring
FRESH AND RELIABLE SEED,
Can procure them
AT MIOT'S DRUG STORE.
COPELAND & lllil li HE W
COLUMBIA, S. C.
STORAGE ON COTTON 25 cents a bale
W? are prepared to make LIBERAL AD?
VANCES on COTTON, and will ship and
atti .nd to tho sale cf the same in Charles?
ton, New York or Liverpool. Wo have on
hand a large and well selected stock of
BAGGING, BALE ROPE, BACON, SOLE,
UPPER and HARNESS LEATHER, which
wo offer at LOW PRICES, having bought
boforo tho late advance.
August 14 Imo
RICHARD O'NEALE & SON,
J71R0M this dav, our charge for storago
1 on COTTON will bo 25 CENTS A BALE
PER MONTH. Our large Brick Ware?
houses are situated soparato from other
buildings, and, having a watchman con?
stantly on guard, wo behove them more
secure from lire than any other in tho city.
Wo aro prepared to mako LIBERAL AD?
VANCES ON COTTON consigned to ur
frionda in Charleston or Liverpool.
30 bales Gunny Cloth,
100 coils of Groonloaf and Manilla Rope,
10,000 pounds C. R. Bacon Sides,
500 bushels White and Mixed Corn,
200 pounds Baling Twine,
Which we offer at marke', rates.
August 13 Imo
Fresh Lager Beer,
DIRECT from Baltimore, in half and
quarter barrels, and by tho glass, at
July 21 J. C. BEEPERS Sc CO.'S.
TWENTY boxes FINE TOBACCO, for
June 15 ALFRED TOLLESON.