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[Expressly for the Golambia Phoenix.]
ROME, September 13.-The Pope
bas resolved to call together a general
council of the Roman Gatholio
Church dignitaries, from all parts of
the world, and has named seven car?
dinals to arrange the preliminaries
for the council.
STOCKHOLM, September 13.-Ad?
miral Farragut, with tho American
squadron, has arrived here; he met
with a grand reception, the King as?
VIENNA, September 13.-The finan?
cial relations of Hungary ?nd Aus?
tria have been adjusted, to the satis?
faction of both nations.
WASHINGTON, September 13.:-Ste
venson has been inaugurated Go
vernor of Kentucky. Ho endorses
and will carry out the principles
enunciated by Helm.
The Cabinet, Grant included, fa?
vor simultaneous elections on the
first Monday in November, and it is
confidently expected . the District
Commanders will concur.
Internal revenue receipts 205,000.
Gold in the treasury $09,867,000 ;
Hi Th o Secretary of War to-day is?
sued tho President's proclamation for
the information of all concerned.
Tho Dubuque (Iowa) Herald, in
speaking of tho election in Montann,
says: "In Montana, James M. Cava
naugh is said to bo elected to Con?
gress. Ben. Butler will probably
move his expulsion, as Cavanangh
slapped tho brute's face at the Char?
leston Convention, and told him that
ho was a dirty dog."
Tho New York Herald's Washing?
ton despatch says, on the subject of
the effect of tho amnesty : "Tho
Cabinet is said to bo a unit in the
discussion of tho amnesty proclama?
tion; tho Cabinet agreed that its legal
effect would bi i relieve the excluded
from disability, as to the exerciso of
tho right of suffrage."
Tho Peace Commissioners held a
meeting yesterday, at Omaha, and
expect to start for the North Platte
on the 14th, to meet Spotted Tail,
who promises to bring his principal
MEMPHIS, September 13.-Some
time since, tho office of the Eagle
newspaper, nt Camden, Arkansas,
was destroyed by soldiers, led on by
Maj. Pierce. Col. Gilbert, command?
ing, wrote a statement of the affair
to Gen. Ord, in which he said that
censures of tho press directed against
servants of tho people may be in?
dulged; but Gens. Ord and Neil's
forces were detailed to enable them
to perform their duties; they were
not servants of the people nf Arkan?
sas, but rather their masters; and be
felt it to be a great piece of imperti?
nence for newspapers in the State to
comment on Neil, under any circum?
stances whatever. Gen. Ord, in re?
ply, say3: "Your letter of tho 15th
ultimo, in which you attempt to jus?
tify an act of a party of soldiers who,
misled by an officer, forcibly entered
a citizen's house and destroyed his
property, is received. Y'ou will
please explain why this act was not
prevented by you, as post com?
mander, and if tho requirements of
tho thirty-second article of war have
been complied with. Your assertion
tjtoat Gen. Neil's forces aro not the"
Servants of tho people of Arkansas,
but rather their maslers, is unjust,
both to tho people and Gen. Neil,
and unfounded in tho laws, which
are for tho benefit of the people,
The assumption that a party of sol?
diers can, at their option, forcibly
destroy a citizen's property and com?
mit a gross violation of the public
peace, would not bo tolerated under
Tho cholera seems to be spreading
in Now York.
liistori and troupe have arrived in
BOSTON, September 13.-Tho Bluo
Hill Bank of Dorchester was robbed
of 652,000-mostly special deposits.
CHARLESTON, September 13.-Ar?
rived-brig W. H. Bickmore, Boston ;
schooner Marion Gage, Boston;
schooner Jonas Smith, Now York,
RICHMOND, September 13.-John
Caskie, President of the tobacco ex?
change, died to-day.
General Schofield's order for State
elections, which was to have been
issued, is delay d, in view of the
Washington telegram, relative to
simultaneous elections on tho first
Monday in November.
Tho rovenuo tax collected in tho
month of August, for tobacco in this
district, is over half a million dollars,
Tho amount >A tobacco was a million
and a quartet pounds.
NEW ORLEANS, September 13.
Two officers and twenty men of tho
crew of the United States iron-clad
Mahoska, havo died of yellow fever.
Tho deaths to 6 o'clock this morning
from fever wore 43.
P Gen. Griffin took tho fever yester
I day, but is doing well to-day.
There wero oidy eight deaths from
yollow fever in Galveston to-day.
Exei llenen in anything is always
tho result of work. Mero luck is a
myth. Pcoplo who believe in the
latter may be put on tho long list
of fools. It is hard work that does
FI I? A WCI A?, .A KO COMM?!RC?A?\~
Nuw YOIUC, September 18-Noon.
Stocks heavy. Sterling 9%@10>?.
Gold 45>?. Money 5 per cent. Corn
l@2o. lower. Pork $24.621??24.75.
Cotton dull, at 25>?.
7 P. M.-Cotton heavy and declin?
ing, with sales of 800 bales, at 25@
25.'.j. Wheat dull and in favor of
buyers. Mixed corn $email@example.com.
Mess Pork $24.75. Sugar finn
Muscovado 11?12. Gold 33%.
BALTIMORE, September 13:-Cotton
dull and languid-good ordinary to
low middling 22'?@24';?. Wheat in
good supply, .aud market heavy ;
prices declined 5o.-red firstname.lastname@example.org.
White corn anil nt $1.16?1.20. Pa
con firm-shoulders 15(a}15>?; rib
sides 17>?@17%; clear, rib 18,?.<;
plaiu hams 18@19. Lard 14J?.
CINCINNATI, September 13.-Flour
firm and unchanged. Corn dull, nt
$email@example.com. Mess pork $25 asked.
Bacon firm and unohnnged. Lard
firm, at $14.50.
NEW ORLEANS, September 13.
Sales of cotton 325 bales; market
didi but easier-low middlings 22} j
@23)?; stock 14,719. Flour firm
superfine $firstname.lastname@example.org; donblo extra
$9.50. -Corn-mixed $1.15; white
$1.20. Oats 72,'<i@75. Pork dull,
and 50c. lower. Bacon shoulders IC;
clear sides 20; sugar-cured hums 25.
Lard-prime, tierces 14j <. Gold
MOBILE, September 13.-Sales of
cotton to-day 125 bales; market clos?
ed quiet, at 21 for middling. Sales
of week 1,370. Stock on hand 53,000.
SAVANNAH, September 13.-Cotton
quiet; sales 54 bales-middling 22y.i.
AUGUSTA, September 13.-Cotton
Juli; sales 26 bales-middling 22.
CHARLESTON, September 13.-Cot?
ton steady; sales CG bales-middlings
LONDON, September 13-Noon. -
Tho bullion in tho Bank of England
hos increased ?300,000. Consols 94%:
LIVERPOOL, September 13-Noon.
Cotton quite active, but prices un?
changed-uplands Orleans 9%.
LIVERPOOL, September 13-Even?
ing.-Cotton firmer and moro activo,
under favorable trade reports; sales
of tho day 15,000 bales-uplands
!)'.<; Orleans 9%; sales for the week
GO?00O bales, whereof 5,000 were for
speculation aud 17,000 export. Stock
ou bant! 818,000 bales, whereof
289,000 aro American. The recent
decline was partly due to tho stock
on hand, which is larger than for
some years. .
SOLDIERS AND SAVAGES.-The New
York Times indulges an expression,
that between soldiers and savages the
ranchmen on tho plains have a hard
timo of it. The troops were sent,
nominally at least, to protect the set?
tlors from the Sioux; but the settlers
may well pray, "save me from my
friends !" Tho other day a squad of
soldiers from Fort Laramie wont to a
ranche five miles distant, demanded
whiskey, and, being refused, fired a
volley into tho building. The affair
ended ia tho burning of tho ranche
and the robbing of the safe, the owner
losing $60,000. The Indians could
not have done much worse than the
troops from Fort Laramie. Now,
the crime of this ranchemau lay in
not 8elliug whiskey to the soldiers;
but as in Fort Sedgwick, tho other
day, a citizen received ono hundred
lashes with a plaited thong because
he did sell whiskey to soldiers, it
must bo rather puzzling to know
what to do on such a demand. Tho
caso seems to stand now like this :
If you don't sell whiskey to soldiers,
you are shot, your house is burned,
and j'our money stolen-if you do
sell it, you get a hundred lashes, well
WHO IS SHE?-The Baltimore pa?
pers having at last disclosed the
name of tho youthful and accom
plished North Carolina deb?tante, who
luis recently appeared upon tim
boards of Holliday Street Theatre,
we may state, what we have known
for some time, "who she is." Tho
young lady is Miss Laura Alexander,
of Lincolnton, daughter of. the lato
Julius Alexander, Esq., of Charlotte.
Sho is described as possessing rare
talents aud accomplishments, and the
Gazelle speaks in high terms of her
debut, in the fino comedy Caste, So
with the other papers, except the
American, which was much pleased
and so expressed itself, until it
learned that Miss A. was a Southern
young lady, when it opened tho bat?
teries of a harsh criticism upon her
acting. With the true Jacobin spirit,
it has now carried its politics into
art, even to assailing the aspirations
of young, sensitive and struggling
genius. In spite of all this, tho
generous public of Baltimore have
taken Miss Alexander most encou?
ragingly by the hand.
In a school, recently, a teacher
took occasion to relate au anecdote
of tho littlo girl who tried to "over?
come evil with good," by giving a
New Testamont to a boy who had ill
treatod hor. Tho story was appre?
ciated, for, a few minutes afterward,
ono boy struck another, and, on
being asked the reason, said ho was
"trying to got a testament." This
was a practical bearing altogether un?
Emigrants hovo been leaving
Queenstown for this country at the
rate of 800 per day.
POLITIC Ali MEET wo pr THE FREES -
MKN.-There was a In i ge gathering of
the freedmen ut Gethsemane, A new
Baptist church, four miles to the
North of town, lust week. Wo have
understood that many violent and
inflammatory harangues were made
by colored orat?r$,rtirgirtg their race
to "stick together,'' uudiiave nothing
to do. With the poor whit? folks.
Such seems the prevailing sentiment
among them, and we may expect the
nomination and election of a black
delegation to the approaching Con?
vention from this District.
We are constrained to say thnt the
efforts to conciliation made by some
of our most respectable citizens have,
thus far, produced but little good
effect. The negroes seem determined
to rule and ruin. We deplore the
result, but it seems we cannot help it.
Like tlie little pig roasting on the
spit, we hopo "things will soon take
a turn."-Yorkville Enquirer.
The oldest remnant of mortality
extant is the skeleton of one of the
elder Pharaohs incused in its original
burial robes, and wonderfully perfect,
considering its age, which was de?
posited about 'eighteen or twenty
months ago in the British Museum,
and is justly considered the most
valuable of its arclneological trea?
sures. The lid of tho coffin which
contained tho royal mummy was in?
scribed with the name of its occupant,
Pharaoh Mykerimus, who succeeded
tho heir of the builder of the great
pyramid about two centuries before
Christ. Only think of it; thc mon?
arch whose crumbling bones and
leathory integuments are now excit?
ing the wonder of numerous gazers
in London, reigned in Egypt before
Abraham was born, and only about
two centuries or so nfter Mizraim,
the grand-son of old Father Noah and
the first of the Pharaohs, had been
gathered to his fathers.
As an illustration of how men will
differ, the New York correspondent
of tbe Louisville Courier says he
saw Ben. Wood and John Mor?
rissey differ one night os to where
a "nine" would fall, and that the
little difference cost John $30,000.
France, of course, does not like !
the speech made a few days ago by
the Grand Duke of Baden, lt is
ready to issue tho most pacific circu?
lars, provided the demands of France
are complied with.
Black is getting to be all the rap
in foreign fashionable circle. Tl
waist-bands, shoulder-straps and front [
widths are worked with flowers in all
the natural shades.
Gotxo TO THE BAH.-Gen. Sickles, I
having defied the law, proposes to
resume the practice of it. Criminals
need expect little mercy from a con?
3d Precinct, Richland District.
THF. DOOKS or this Board will ho open?
ed for public inspection at Garner's Mill j
Box, MONDAY and TUESDAY, September
18 and 19. WEDNESDAY and THURS?
DAY, September 20 and 21, will he the day?
of final session at that point. MONDAY,
September 23, Reghitration will close at]
The Books will b? oponod for public in?
spection, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and
THURSDAY, Soptemher 24, 25 and 20.
September 27 and 28 will bo tho days of
final session at Qadsdon Box.
C. L. ANDERSON,
Chairman Board Registration
Sept l l 5 8d Precinct Richland Dist.
m*. PRIME WHITE WHEAT. For.
jornalo at HUNTER'S MILL, corner
.?SwRichland and Marion streets.
NOW is tho time to PLANT ONIONS.
Beautiful SETTS can bo had at thc
Ccructerv, at 121 cents per quart.
Sept 14 1* J. P. WILLIAMS.
A LOT of fine Country HAMS
aro offered for salo hv
Baker and Confectioner,
Old Congaree Bakery, Jxidy St., near P. 0.
THE subscriber respectfully in?
forms his friends and the public in
general, that ho is now regularly
aking the best BREAD, RUSK,
CAKES, otc. Ho will furnish loaves weigh?
ing 10} ounces at 5 cents, and 21 ounces at
10 conts-which is cheaper than any other
baker in tho city supplies. Ho pledges
himself that when tho price of flour atill
farther decreases, ho will INCREASE THE
SIZE OF HIS LOAVES. Call and examine
and yoi! will find his statement correct.
Pickles, Canned Goode, &c.
-j CASES just received, consisting
_L\/V7 of Plain, Mixed and Chow-Chow
Pickles, Lobsters, Cove Oysters, Pine-Ap?
ples, Pcachos, Tomatoes, Jellies, Ac, just
received, and for salo low, by
Soptemher 7 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Extraordinary Milch Cow for Sale.
I WILT. SELL MY FINE
MILCH COW. She is the best,
perhaps, ever offered in this
_.market. She has a heifer calf,
! six mouths <>'.<1, ver? valuadlo.
I Align?t 80 1>. ''. GREGG.
ON or about thc 18th imitant, I intend
tn ItKMOVK mv Htock of CLOCKS.
WATCHES .md JEWELRY to tho central
location on Slain atreet, next doer South
of tho I'huurix Ofllec, whore I el mil bo
pleased to ure my old friend* and patrons
and the public , in g?n?ral; and will offer
my entire stock of well -elected GOODS,,
embracing, Wutobes, Clocks, Jewelry, SIP
vcrw&re, Uold IV.is and nil waree usually
kept in my lino, AT VERY REASONARLE
PRICES. I shall also continuo to give my
PEUSONAI. ATTEXTIOV to the REPAIRING of I
these articles. Sa(i*taclioii guaranteed in
workmanship and price?.
Practical Watch-maker and Jeweller.
Sept 13 5
A List o? Letters
REMAINING in th.- Post Onie*, Colum?
bia. S.C.. September 14,18(57.-"Persons
enlim- for letters in this list, Will please
sar they are advertised.
Adam?. Jessie Locklesrd, Levi
Aiken, \V E M?eskin, Miss Eliza
Aiken, Prof J Ii Martin, M J
Allen A Co. Mitchell Marp A Martin
Bsrnuni. Mrs Fannie Mccallum, D
Baum. M MeNabb, Geo R
Benson, John M Messer. Jas
Blake, Mr? Seip Miles, Mrs*Annie
Blizzard, Miss ?inniaMilliiig, Eliza
Burk, tt, Mrs F E Moore, G C
Bower, Fred Mnlroy, John
Brown, ll -I Norman, MrM C.
Brown, lt N Odom. Elias W
Brown, Miss N C 1* V G
Cecil, Chas J'agett, JasR
Clarke, Miss Mary Parker, Maggio col
Crapps, S W Pelton, Grove A
Cumming, Robt J Richardson, Abrah'm
Davis, Mrs CathnrincRobinson, Robert
Day, Mrs Mary L Rogers. Mrs Eliza
Dennis, Banka Rudasill, Wylie
Deeinson. Geo Sealco.JasH
Doolan, Jas Singilton, Miss Aimy
Douglass, Gus Siran. Jospeller
Ennis A Co, Mess Smalls, Ctcsnr
Fields, W Oeo Smith, Jas T
Flemming, Mrs EiizaSponcer, Miss Louisa
Frazier, M E Stewart, Isabella
Garey, Wally Stocker, A R
Goodman,Miss SarahThrice, John A
Gnidcn, Caroline "Valentine, Miss Em
Hall, Miss Caroline Walker, Kato
Hendrix, John F Warren, E A
Hopkins, Mies Kate Weir, Mrs M R
Johnson, Joslin* Whilden, G T
Kingston, Miss P E 2 Whitney, Miss H F 2
Kuthmann, Miss A WWilkes, Mrs A E
L .ino, Miss Kate William, Joo
Lebackman,Mis*9 EmWood, John J
Lewin, Miss Emma Worthy, Andrew
Litner, H Youngb, Hyram
_Sept 14_J. C. JAN.<EY, P. M.
JUTE and ALICANT MATS. Just re?
ceived and for salo low bv . '
Sept ll_J. & T. R. AONEW^
Kits of Fresh Mountain Batter,
JUST RECEIVED, and for sale.
Also, barrels of Golden and other fine
Syrups. For sale by .
Cor. Pendleton and Assemblv ats.,
Next to M. M. Cohen's Old Stand,
Septeraber7_ Below the Slate House.
"Wolfe',i Sell lr ila m Se linnells are good
Woodenware, Brooms, &c.
WE havo just received a full assortment
of the following:
TDRS, MEASURES, ROLLING PINS,
Buckets, Flour Pails, Ladles, Spoons,
Butter Spades, Clothes Pins,
Wash Boards, Brooms, Whisks,
Hearth Brooms, Ac. For Bale at low
figures by J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Soap and Candles.
rj?? BOXES FAMILY SOAP,
i O 100 boxeB Sperm, Adamantine aud
l'arafiuo Candles. Just recoived, and for
salo low by tho package, and at retail, by
September 7 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
On hand, aud for sale bv
September 7 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Wolfe"* Sckltduiu Scliuapps are sold
bv all grocers and apothecaries.
CA.1IDEB, S. C.
-v-v THE subscriber takes
"*-S pleasure In informing his
friends and tho public gen
^" eral jv. that ho has re-onen
ed tue DEKALB HOUSE, which has been
thoroughly renovated, and is now ready
for tho accommodation of tho traveling
public, whoso patronage is respectfully so?
licited. COACHES always in readiness to
convey passengers to and from tho hotel.
Tho" Proprietor promises to do all in his
power for tho comfort of his guests.
Sept 10 J. W. RODGERS, Proprietor.
The Clendining House,
North-west Corner Camden and Marion Sis.
IN ORDER to meet the
necessities of tho times,
the ratosof board for tran
_Isient boarders will hereaf?
ter be t? per day. Single meals 50 cents.
Traveling guests will lind the best ac?
commodations and large and airy cham?
bers, on reasonable terms.
Attached to the Houso is a ueat and pri?
vate BAR-ROOM, where tho best of Li-,
quors, Whiskey, Brandy^ Gin, Ac, will
always be found, and ut reduced pricos
from those ordinarily charged at tho pre?
August 30 Imo J. CLENDINING.
MPERSONS who desire to pass tho
summer months in a healthy section,
whero good water and mountain air aro
the principal attractions, can bo comfort?
ably accommodated at tho WALHALLA
HOTEL. Trains now run daily eaoh way.
Board bv tho week or month at reasonable
rates. D. BIEMANN.
St. James Hotel,
SEW ORLEANS, L.A.
WM. A. lit'RD, of New Orlenn-.
1 W. F. CORKERY, Spottswood Hotel, Rich
I. mond. Va.
SfsTTelegraph and Railroad Offices in
rotunda of Hotel. Jul> 3 Om?
Wolfe's Sclilctlain Sc lt napp* i- thc
purest liquor manufactured in tl.?; world.
Wanted to Bent.
A H0U8E, or a 8UIT OF ROOM8
sud a KITCHEN, wit hin ATO minuto*
walk of tho Phoenix Office Apply at
tliia oilier. Sept 13 3
ACOTTAGE HOUSE, on Laurel street,
iu rear of Charlotto Railroad Depot.
Possession given immediately. Applv to
, September 3 WM. MeGUINNIS.
Wolfe*? Sdi I rd n tn Schnapp? aroused
all over tho world by tho physicians in their
jm^ THIS INSTJTUTION will re
alS?k ?urne its Academio Ex'-rciscs
tJA-UffK?fs-Kentombcr 1. For prospectus,
HtS^Eplease address "Mother Supo
jsPs??* l ior. Ursuline Convent and
.i?br Academy, Columbia, S. 0."
Sept 4 Imo
MRS. JOHN LAURENS'
HOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES,
IN CHARLESTON, will rc
/ak sumo its exercises OCTOBER
'-fi CTf*'''1' at tn" cornor of Wentworth
l^???ar^?and Smith utrectti. English,
"wSp French. Music, Dancing, Draw
CB' ing, and the accomplishments
of a polite education, will bo thoroughly
taught, and a careful attention givou to
tho formation or tho young ladies' man?
ners and conversation.
WEEKLY SOIREES will bo given alter?
nately for MUSIC and DANCING.
For terms and particulars, address
Mus. J. LAURENS,
September 1 3mo Charleston._
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
Miss ELLEN S. ELMORE, Principal.
THIS SCHOOL will he openetl
/nSfr. on tho 1ST 9CTOBER, at Miss
e-Cl UjHfefcg Ll nitre's residence, on the edge
^QBtt*<>f Columbia. The course ot
JHPK?5?'Htudy w'n embrace all tlu>
d??r branches of a complete English
education, French and such accomplish?
ments as may be desired.
Thc situation is noted for health, and tho
accommodations such as could bo com?
manded by young ladies in their own
homes. Every caro would bo taken ?f
pupils which "they could receive in their
own families. Apply to Miss ELMORE,
Columbia. _AUK 15 X
jjm^ THE next session of this In- I
/JLSBL stitution will open on tho FIRST
gii?.?gEfeMONDAY of October, and con
MT?BB&ktinue without interruption until
gP^jjFUie lHt of July following.
9amkr Applicants must bo at least
fifteen years of age. Each student may
select hie ?chooln, but, in tho Academic
Department, must, uuleus specially ex?
cused by thu Chairman of tho Faculty,
attend at least three.
Tho Law and Medical Schools having
recently been fully organized, there aro
now three departments in tho University.
The aggregate expenses, including tui?
tion, board, wood, lights and washing, tor
the session of ninu months, will be:
For Academic Student, attending three
For Law Studont, about.280
For Medical Stndenl, attending a full
course, about. 370
eS~For catalogues, giving additional in?
formation, address Rev. C. Bruco Walker,
Secretary, or R. W. BARNWELL,
Chairman of the Facultv,
Aug 9 2mo Colombia, S*. C.
"WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY. ~
BALTIMORE, M. D.
Rev. THOMAS E. BOND. M. D., President.
G. C. M. ROBERTS, M. D., Emeritus Pro?
fessor of Obstotrics 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 Medicine.
HARVEY li. BYRD, M. D., Professor of
MARTIN P. SCOTr, M. D., Professor of
tho Diseases of Women and Children.
EDWARD WARREN, M. D., Professor or
the Principles and Practice of Surgory.
JOHN F. HONMONIER, 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 Materia Medica ?uni Therapeutics.
CLARENCE MORFIT, M. D., Professor of
Medical Chemistry and Pharmacy.
JOHN N. MONMONLEB, M. D., Demon?
strator of Anatomy.
1MIV. next session of this institution will
. commence on tho FIRST TUESDAY
OF OCTOBER NEXT, and continuo for
Ono student from each Congressional
District of tho lato, slaveholdiog States
will bo admitted to all tho privileges of
this University, upon tho payment of
thirty-jive dollars for oaoh sossion of at?
All the subjects embraced in thc curri?
culum will bo thoroughly taught and pro?
Every facility will bo afforded for Clint'
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. corner of
Lexington, or Barnum's Hotel.
\Volfe'*|Schtedam Schnapps arc good
for all kidnoy and bladder_complaints.
Bacon and Tobacco.
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Country BACON
1,000 lbs. Killiekiniek Smoking Tobacco.
10 boxes low-priced Chewing "
3 bales 7-8 Heavy Shirting. For sale low
by ALFRED TOLLESON.
_ Aug ?)_.
GA C. KAU.KOAH BONDS.
, C. & 8. c. Railroad Stock.
New York Exchange .
WANTED-O. ft H. <*. Railroad Bondi
and Cont ?is. TIBDS. E. GREGG A CO.
Ilcbccca Porto et al. vs. Caroline Davis et
al.-liiU for Partition.
PURSUANT to the decretal order in tho
above atatod ca8e, I will aell, before
tho Court HOUBO, in Columbia, on tho
FIRST MONDAY in Octobor noxt. at 10
o'clock, all that LOT OF LAND, in tho city
of Columbia, together with tho buildinga
thereon, bounded North by Senate street,
East by lot late of Rebecca P. Bailey,
South by lot late o? B. Reilly, and Weat by
land of O. Lundy, upon the following
terms: One-fourth cash; tho balanco on a
credit of ono, two and thrco years, jn equal
instalments, with interest annually from
day of Balo, secured by bond, and a mort?
gage of the premises sold.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
_Sept 14_. ftf)
Thomas Bovno vs. Bryant Bailey.-BUI to
PURSUANT to tho decretal order in the
above stated caso, I will sell, before
tho Court House, at 10 o'clock, on the
FIRST MONDAY in October next, all that
LOT OF LAND, in the city of Columbia,
together with tho buildings thereon,
bounded North by cBtato of C. Bock, East
by Sumter street, South by lot of Hen j.
Mordecai, and West by lots of T. Boyne
and others, containing three-fourths of an
acre, more or less, upon tho following
terms, viz: So much cash as will pay tho
costs of thc Buit and oxpenses of Bale; tho
balanco upon a credit of ono and two
years, Bccured by bond and mortgage,
with personal security.
Purchaser to pav for papers.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
Jacob C. Lyons, Executor, vs. Wilson
Glover and" wife.-Bill to Foreclose Mort?
PURSUANT to thc decretal order in tho
above stated ease, I will sell, before
the Court House, in Columbia, on the
FIRST MONDAY in October next, at 10
o'clock, all that LOT OF LAND, with the
buildings thoreon, situated in the city of
Columbia, containing one-seventh of an
acre, moro or less, fronting Easton Gates
street, 44 feet, bounded East by Gates
street, South by Joseph Taylor, West by
Mary Hays, North by Mary Purvis.
Terms of salo-Sufficient cash to pay
tho costs of snit and expenses of sale;
balance on a credit of twelve months, in?
terest from day of sale, secured by bond
Purchaser to pay for napers.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
Sept 14 jil)
Arthur W. Kennedy rs. Wm. B. Elkins el
al.-Bill for Foreclosure.
PURSUANT to tho order of tho Court in
tho above stated case, I will soil, before
the Court House, in Columbia, on the
FIRST MONDAY in October next, at 10
o'clock, all that EOT, PIECE or PARCEL
OF LAND, in Richland District, fifteen
miles above Columbia, bounded on the
North by Frederick Entzminger and estate
of Minor Craig, East by estate of Minor
Craig undL. C. Brennan, South by LcviT.
Sharp and Andrew McLelland, and West
by Audrew W. McLelland and Frederick
Entaminger, containing 47 acres, moro or
lesB, upon tho following terms, viz: So
much cash as will pay tho costs of suit
and exponaos of sale; balance on a credit
of twelve months, with interest from date,
to bo secured by bond, with two or more
good sureties, and a mortgago of the
Purchasers to pav for papers.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
Sert 14 no
Wesley D. Hornsby, Joseph Edwi rds, et
ux, et al., vs. James S. Hornsby, Wm. E.
Martin, Administrators, et al.-Bill for
Partition and Account.
PURSUANT to tho decretal order in tho
above stated case, I will sell, before the
Court House, in Columbia, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in October next, at 10 o'clock,
all that TRACT OF LAND, in tho District
of Richland, bounded on tho North by
lands of William Douglass, South on lands
ot Hart Maxcy, East on tho Winnsboro
Road and lands of Jacob Geiger, and
South-east on lands of Christina Dent,
and West on lands of Free Mary-tho said
tract containing 230 acres, more or less.
All that picco, parcel pr TRACT of LAND,
situated also in Richland District, bounded
on tho North by lands of John Stack, South
on lands of Robert N. Lewis, to tho East
on lands of-, and on tho West by
lands of Wesley Hornsby, containing 80
acres, more or less.
Terms of sala-One-third cash, tho ba
lauce payable twelve months after date,
secured by bond, with sufliciont sureties,
and mortgage of tho property sold.
Purchasers to pav for papers.
D. B. DESAUSSURE. C. E. R. D.
? Sopt 14_ UP
I United States Marshal's Sale.
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT.
United States vs. 22,000 Segars, 1 Box To?
bacco, 1 Jar Snuff'.
D. C. Peixotto & Son, Auctioneers.
By venditioni exponas, to medircctcd, from
"tho Honorable tho Judge of tho District
Court of South Carolina, in above case,
I will exposo at public auction, at the
Auction HOUBO of D. 0. PEIXOTTO A
SON, in this city, on FRIDAY, tho 20th
instant, at ll o'clock a. m.,
58 boxes Segars-Lo Bouehet-100 in
20 boxes Segars-Colorado Maduro-100
24 boxes Segars-Claro-100 in box.
<> " " Oscuro-100 "
24 " " Wigwam-100 ?'
15 " " Colorado-100 "
15 " " Claro-50 "
5 " " Maduro-50 "
15 " " La Rose-100 "
8 *' " Colorado-100 "
7 " " Claro-100
?J ?' " Maduro-100 "
3 " " Colorado Claro-100 in
24 boxcB Segars -Maduro-50 in box.
24 " " Colorado-50 "
1 box Tobacco, 1 Jar Snuff. Terms cash.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal,
Ter C. M. WILDER, Deputy.
September 5 f
Tomatoes, Peaches, Okra, Corn.
PRESERVE them for winter uso by
using tho PRESERVING FLUID just
arrived and for salo by
FISHER A HKINTTSn,
Aug ir. Druggists.
BARLEY!" BAKLEY! !
Wi; WANT aboul 8.000 bushels of good
clean Burley, tor brewing Lager
Beer. The cash will be paid on delivery,
at market rates.
August 30 J. O. 3EEGERS A CO.