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PARIS, September 16.-The fortifi?
cations of Strasburg will be extended
< and strengthened.
F LOBEN OE, September 16.-The
Italian Government threatens to
commence legal proceedings against
Garibaldi, if ho persists in prepara?
tions against Rome.
Advices from Japan state that ono
American and two Englishmen were
murdered at Nagasaki. The Japanese
had arrested sixty-three native Chris?
CONSTANTINOPLE, September 15.
A firman from the Sublime Porte,
granting general amnesty to the in?
surgents of Candia, has been officially
promulgated. The Government has
concluded not to send to Candia, as
proposed, a commission, consisting
off Ottoman and Greek members, to
inquire into the grievances of the
WASHINGTON, September 15.-Sc
ward gave a parting dinner to the
Austrian Minister, Count Byden
brnck. The French nnl British Mi?
nisters were present.
NEW YORK, September 16.-Rio
Janeiro dates of August 8 report a
disastrous result to the expedition
the allied forces fitted out at Sac
Paulo to invade Paraguay by thc
North. The expedition was obliged
to retire, after advancing far inte
Paraguayan territory, harassed foi
twenty days by the enemy, and thc
cholera broke out, carrying off thc
principal officers and a large numbei
of men. On tho 27th of July, an
other largo fire broko ont in the Go
vernment buildings, entirely destroy
ing them ; all the papers of the trea
sury were burned, together witl
many other publio documents.
A special Omaha despatch says tin
Northern hostile Indians refused t<
meet the commissioners, unless the^
agree to withdraw all troops from tin
Powder River country.
RICHMOND, September 1G.-Ne
groes vote for the first time in thi
State to-day, when the citizens o
Riohmond vote on a subscription o
two millions to the Chesapeake am
The Tote on the subscription of tw
million dollars to the Chesapeake an
Ohio Railroad, was carried by ove
two thousand majority; thenegroc
voted for it en masse. The opponent
intend contesting tho legality of th
electiou, on the gound that negroe:
under the supplemental reconstru?
tion bill, have no right to vote excej
in case of au election for office; als?
that registration is not complete ti
tho final revision of the lists; thcri
fore, the negroes to-day wero n<
RICHMOND, September 16.-Gei
Schofield, to-day, issued an order f<
the election for State Convontioi
on the 22d of October. There a:
105 delegates, of which Richraor
has five, and Norfolk and Petersbui
two each. Fourteen days previoi
to tho election, tho Boards of Regi
tration will make tho final revisit
of their lists. The polls hero aro
be kept open two days.
Col. Burnham, detailed ns Judi
of the Hustings Court, charged t!
grand jury, this morning, and sa
that no distinction on account
color or casto would bc allowed
Schofield ordered, this rnornirj
that all registered voters, and no
others, should vote for city subscri
tion to tho Chesapeake and Ol
NEW ORLEANS, September 16.-A
vices from Houston, Texas, yest
day, 3tate that the yellow fever
very prevalent;-there being at le
a thousand cases in town, and 1
deaths ten to fifteen daily. 1
Firemen's Charitable Associate
provide the destitute with nurses a
physicians, at an expense ol o'
3250 daily. The fever is very fa
in Hempstead, Nevasola, Millie;
Bryan, Chapel Hall, Breuhom, ]
grange, Huntsville and Albritt
The Charitable Association of Ho
ton is extending all the aid in
power to theso towns. They requ
money, physicians and nurses.
Gen. Griffin's order removing
Judges of the Supremo Court of t
State and appointing others, hos b<
The cotton crops will turn out o
fourth to one-third of a crop for
whole State, and will not stock ab'
50,000 or 60,000 for Gulf shipmc
Tho yield of corn is ample-so
The deaths from fovor in New
leans, on Saturday and Sunday,
officially reported at 103.
Au order was issued by Gen
Mower, to-day, relative to tho ass
hiing of armed men for political
other purposes, and that well
posed citizens aro often subjectec
annoyance from armod persons po:
as sentinels or vidottes; it is ord?
that such practices and all other
tending to disorder and viole
must bo at once discontinued. C
mnndors of posts, detachments
stations, within this command,
arrest and retain until further ord
all armed mon found posted ns 8(
nels, pickets or videtteg, or pr?t
ing to bo on guard duty for any
pose, or by any authority, ex
duly authorized by law.
WASHINGTON, September 16.-(
Spinner has withdrawn tho sur
Government funds from Mobile.
Internal revenue receipts, to-day,
The Laud Office Commissioner has
received specimens of rock crystal
from Arkansas, sufficiently clear for
lensos, and equal to any imported.
Brevet Maj. Gen. J. J. Reynolds
succeeds Gen. Griffin in Texas, and
Maj. Gen. Joseph A. Mower will
command the Fifth District until
Hancock arrives. Gen. Sickles hos
been ordered to report nt headquar?
ters between the 17th and 20th inst.
In Maine, tho Democrats hnvo
forty-five representatives, against
thirteen last year. Senator Fesscn
don writes: "I have written no letter
ard expressed no opinion on the sub?
ject of impeachment; it will be time
enough for me to express an opinion
on that subject when the case comes
before me. You are at liberty to
contradict that report, as I do not
like to be considered as giving the
lie to all I have said in the Senate
with regard to my duties as a Sen nt or
in such a case."
The steamer City of London has
arrived at New York, bringing Euro
peau dates of the 5th. The Daily
News admits that England is liable
for a million and a quarter on the
Alabama claims, but the citizens have
large claims against the United States.
The Government has taken six
steamers from tho New York line, for
the Abyssinia expedition.
Tt is thought that Count Bismarck
will soon do something to make the
Emperors of France and Austria
show their hands. It is also said
that Prussia promises to assist Italy,
if she makes a French position in
Papal affairs a casus belli. The South
German States show a strong disin
I clination to even temporary severance
from West Germany.
, CHARLESTON, September 1G.-Ar?
rived yesterday-schooner Nevada,
New York. Sailed-steamers Grana?
da and Champion, New York; Falcon
Baltimore; schooners Waneta and
M. B. Bramhall, New York.
Arrived to-day-Steamer Monekn,
Judge Bryan, of tho United States
District Court, sitting in Greenville,
has issued orders that names of ne?
groes as well as other citizens shnll
bo placed upon jury list?.
LEGAL.-Tho Sumter News says
We understand that his Honor
Judgo Moses, before whom, in Char?
leston, during the last month, a mo?
tion was made for a prohibition
against tho Tax Collector, tc rostrain
the collection of tho State Quarterly
Tux on Liquors, as unconstitutional,
has pronounced a judgment, decid?
ing thc said tax to bo constitutional,
and therefore refusing the application.
THE Loss IN MAINE.-The radical
loss in Maine foots up quite 19,000
v'otes. Tho negro-worshippers may
well exclaim, with Pyrrhus: "A few
moro such victories and wc are un?
Brownlow wauts to go to tho
United States Senate, as it is imme?
diately on his way to tho sulphurous
kingdom, whither ho is destined.
Two Hundred Bushels
MIXED CORN, LOW for CASH.
Kept 17 FISHER A LOWRANCE
Prime Cincinnati Sugar-Cured Dams.
By JACOB LEVIN.
ACONSIGNMENT of tho abofe just
received-WARRANTED SOUND, or
no sale-and oro offered at LOW RATES,
in quantities to snit purchasers. Call at
my Auction Room, corner Assembly and
Plain streets, and satisfy yourself.
Sept 17 '~2_3
Independent Fire Engine Company.
A regular mooting of this Com?
pany will bo held THIS (Tues?
day) EVENING, at Hopson A
-Sutphen's store, at 8 o'clock. A
full attondanco ?H earnestly requested. Ry
order. G. T. RERG, Sccretarv.
Columbia Lodge No. 106, A.'.F.'.M/
A Regular Communication of this
'Lodgo will be held THIS (Tuosdav;
k EVENING, at 8 o'clock, at Palmetto
Sept 17 I. SULZRACnER. Sec'y.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore ex?
isting between tho undersigned, in the
grocery business, un^cr tho linn of Camp?
bell A Milling, was dissolved, by mutual
consent, on the 13th instant.
JAMES S. CAMPBELL,
Tho notes, books and accounts have
been placed in the bands of Colonel F. W.
McMastor for collection. All thoso indebt?
ed to tho finn will mako immediate pay?
ment to him. JAMES. S. CAM PRELL,
Sept 17 _ JAMES MILLING.
WE have just received another lot of
20 gross of the "ROSE-BUD" FINE
D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants.
C\ ENTLEMEN who aro fond of tho above
VT GAME, will lind a splendid SALOON
over tho store of
Sopt 15 JOHN C. NEEOERK A CO.
O. D. Eberhardt, Merchant Tailor,
-a HAS just returned from Now York,
nfett with n neat assortment of CLOTHS,
(VS CASSIM ERES and VESTINGS, which
"?.wi ll bo mado np in tho best manner,
at short notice. Ho can bo found at his
NEW STAND, on Washington streot, for?
merly occupied by Mr. J. J. McCarter.
Sept 13_ <;
jam. PRIME WHITE WHEAT. For
^*ealo at HUNTER'S MILL, corner
fe^kRichland and Marion streets.
Sept U :)*
FINANCIA Ia AND COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, September 16-^Noon.
-Stocks steady. Money 5@6. Gold
Sterling 9??@&3?. Wbeat
firm and. in fair demand. Corn lc.
.better. Pork dull and drooping, ut
S24@24.68. Cotton quiet, at 25(7t;
78P. M.-Cotton dull and declin?
ing-eales 500- bales, at 25@25>^.
Flour firm end in fair demand-State
$8.25@11. Wheat in fair demand,
and advanced l@2c.-amber State
?2.45; No. 2 $firstname.lastname@example.org. Com
easier. Oats dull and lower, at 66^?
(o>68. Sugar firm-Muscovado ll-?
(a)12%; Havana 13>?. Gold closed
firm, at 44 ??.
BAI/TIMORE, September 16.-Cot?
ton very dull, and no demand. Coffee
quiet and steady-good to prime 11)?
(??\.1}?, in gold. Flour quiet, and
prices unchanged. Wheat steady
red $email@example.com. White corn 16;
yellow 20. Oats 63.
CINCINNATI, September 16.-Flour
firmer-superfine $8.75@9. Corn
dull, at Si. Mess pork $24.50(2,24.75.
Bacon dull-no pressure to sell under
full prices. Lard 18??@13J?.
MonriiE, September 16.-Cotton in
fair demand-chiefly in better grades;
factors claim full rates; closed steady
-middlings 21; sales 400 bales.
CHARLESTON, September 16.-Cot?
ton inactive, in consequence of the
lightness of stock; salen 22 bales
middlings 22>? ; receipts 78 bales.
NEWJ ORLEANS, September 16.
Cotton sales 350 boles; market quiet
and easier-low middlings 22@23
Flour-superfine 89; choice extra
$firstname.lastname@example.org. Oats quiet and firm,
at 72^(^75. Bacon in request, at f all
prices. Lard firm-kegs 16. Gold
AUGUSTA, September 16.-Cotton
dull; sales 48 bales-middlings 21}?
SAVANNAH, September 16.-Cotton
quiet and steadj'-middlings 22>?(2>
23; sales 110 bales.
LONDON, September 16-Noon.
Consols 94 11-16. Bonds 73}^.
LIVERPOOL, September 16-Noon.
Cotton quiet and steady, but prices
LrvERPOOL, September 16-2 P. M,
Cotton more active; the sales will
reach 12,000 bales. Breadstuff's quiet.
Columbia Wholesale Prices Current.
BY FISHER & LOWRANCE.
APPLES-Per bushel.$1 75
HAGGING-Ganny, per yard. 32
Dundee " . 30
DALE UOrE-Manilla, per lb.... 28?80
N. Y. or Weat, pr lh. .16?20
BACON -Mama, per lb.22?25
Hide? " . 22
Shoulder?, *' .T7@1S
BUTTER-Northern, per lb. 50
Countrv, " .S5@45
MUCKS-Per 1,000.10 00@12 00
COTTON YARN-Per bunch. 1 80
COTTON-Ordinary, per lb. 21
Middling,1' . 23
OANDLES -Sperm, per lb.40?50
Adamantine, " .
Tallow, " . 20
COFFEE-lifo, per lb.23?28
Laguavra, ".35? 10
' Java, " " .'40(343
0HEE8E -English Dairy, per lb... 22
Skimmed, " ... 20
FLOUR - Super., per bbl. 7 00
GRAIN-Corn, per bush.1 40?1 50
Wheat, " .1 G??
Oats, " . 75
Peaa, " . 1 35
HAY-Northern, per cwt.
Eastern " .
HIDES-Drv, per lb. 12J?18
Green, " _ . 8
INDIGO-Carolina. 1 23
LUMBF.lt-Boards, per 100 ft."l 50
Scantling, " .
Shingles, per 1,000.
LIME-Per bbl. 2 75
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon.60@70
New Orleans, " 1 00?1 23
Sugar Houae. " ... . 1 25
NAILS-Per keg.7 00?
ONIONS-Per bushel. 1 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon.70?1 00
Terobene, " .
Sperm. " . 3 50
POTATOES-Irish, per bushel. 1 00
Sweet. " . 1 25
RICE-Carolina, per lb.12}? 14
East Inula, " .
SPECIE-Gold.1 40? 1 4:1
Silver. 1 32
SALT-Liverpool, per sack. 3 50
Table, " . 5 00
SOAP-Per bar. 9?12A
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb. 22
Powdered, " .
Brown, " .13?17
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon. ? 00
Cognac Brandy, " . 0 00
Domestic " " . 3 00
Holland Gin, " . 8 00
American " " . 4 0U
Jamaica Rum, " . G 00
N. E. " " . 8 50
Bourbon Whiskey, . 3 30
Monongahela " . 5 00
Rectified " . 2 75
TEA-Green, per lfc.1 10?2 00
Black, " .1 00?2 00
TOBACCO- Chewing, per ll?. 1 00
Smoking, " .50 ?1 00
VINEGAR-Wino, per gallon. 75
Cider, 11. 60
French, " . 1 50
WINE Champagne,per basket.25?35 00
Port, per gallon. 4 50
Sherry, " .3 50?5 00
Madeira, " . 5 00
DOMESTIC MARKET. '
M FATS -Pork, per lb. 15
Beef, ".12A? 15
Mutton, " . 12.J
POULTRY-Turkeys, per pair.
Ducks, a .
Chickens, " .
Geese. " .
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cused by tho Chairman of thc Faculty,
attend at least threo.
The Law and Medical Schools having
recently been fully organized, there aro
now three departments in tho University.
Thc aggregate expouses, including tui?
tion, board, wood, lights and washing, for
the session of niue months, will bc:
?"or Academic Student, attending three
For Law Student, about.280
For Medical Student, attending a full
course, about. 370
MST Vor catalogues, giving additional in?
formation, address Rev. C. Bruco Walker,
Secretary, or R. W. BARNWELL,
Chairman of tho Faculty,
Aug 0 2mo Columbia, S. C.
WHEAT AND FLOUR.
IWILL pav tho HIGHEST MARKET
PRICE for WHEAT and FLOUR. Will
furnish hage when desired.
Juno_ALFRED TOLLES ON*.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapp? arc good
for colic and pain in the stomach.
Attractive Sale of Groceries, dc.
By JACOE LEVIN.
On THURSDAY MORNING next, at 10
o'clock, I will Boll, at wv auction room,
without reserve, for cash,
15 bbhj. Sugar, assorted qualities,
10 bbls. Molasses,
15 bags primo Rio Coffee,
20 boxes No. 1 Adamantine Candles,
20 boxos Family Soap,
15 kegs Leaf Lard,
5 casks primo Cincinnati name,
5 bbls. Cider Vinegar-superior,
25 coils Hemp Rope-good si/.o,
100 lbs. Baling Twine,
100 lbs. Borax,
10 ca? CH lino Bourbon Whick ev,
24 doz. line Playing Cards.
- boxes Segars in variety-somo extra
Ano; Tobacco, Ac. _Sept 15 stuth:3
JACOB LEVIN, AVCTIONBER.
Rebecca Porto el al. vs. Caroline Davis et
al.-IOU for Partition.
PURSUANT to tho decretal order in the
above stated case, I will sell, beforo
tho Court House, in Columbia, on thc
FIRST MONDAY in October next, at ll
o'clock, all that LOT OF LAND, in tho city
of Columbia, together with tho buildings
thereon, bonndid North by Senate street,
East by lot '. e of Rebecca P. Bailev,
South by lot lato of B. Reilly, and West by
land of G. Lundy, upon tho following
terms: One-fourth cash; the balanco on a
credit of ono, two and throe years, in equal
instalments, with interest annually from
day of salo, secured by bond, and a mort
gago of the premises sold.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
Thomas Boyne vs. Bryant Bailey.-Hill !o
PURSUANT to tho decretal order in the
above stated case. I will Bell, before
tho Court House, at ll o'clock, on thc
FIRST MONDAY in October next, all that
LOT OF LAND, in the city of Columbia,
together with tho buildings thereon.^
boundod North by estate of C. Beck, East^
by Sumter street, South by lot of Benj.
Mordecai, and Weat by lots of T. Boyne
and others, containing three-fourths of au
acre, moro or less, upon tho following
terms, viz: So much cash as will pay the
costs of tho suit and expenses of salo; the
balanco upon a credit of one and two
years, secured by bond and mortgage,
with personal security.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
Jacob C. Lyons, Executor, vs. Wilso:;
Glover and wife. - Hill to Foreclose Mort?
"PURSUANT to tho decretal order in tho
JL above stated case, 1 will aell, before
tho Court House, in Columbia, on the
FIRST MUNDAY in October next,at ll
o'clock, all that LOT OF LAND, with thc
buildings thereon, situated in tho city of
Columbia, containing one-seventh of" an
acre, moro or less, fronting East on Gates
slroet, 44 feet, bounded East by Gates
street, South by Joseph Taylor, West by
Mary Hays, North by Mary Purvis.
Terms of sale-S?flicient cash to pay
the costs of suit aud oxpenses of sale;
balance on a credit of twelve months, in?
terest from day of salo, secured by bond
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
Arthur W. Kennedy r.s. Wm. B. Elkins < ?
]PURSUANT to'tho order of thc Court in
the abovo stated case, I will sell, before
tho Court House, in Columbia, on the
FIRST MONDAY in October next, at ll
o'clock, all that LOT, PIECE or PARCEL
OF LAND, in Richland District, fifteen
miles abovo Columbia, bounded on thc
North by Frederick Entzmingcr and estate
of Minor Craig, East by estate of Minor
Craig and L. C. Brennan, South by Levi T.
Sharp and Andrew McLollaud, and West
by Andrew W. McLcllaud and Frederick
Entzmingcr, containing 47 acres, moro or
less, upon tho following terms, viz: So
much cash as will pay tho costs of suit
and expenses of sale; balanco on a credit
of twelvo 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.
Wesley D. Hornsby, Joseph Edwi rds, el
ur, 'et al., vs. Jamos S. Hornsby, Wm. E.
Martin, Administrators, et al.-MU for
J'artition and Account.
PURSUANT to tho decretal order in tho
above stated case, I will sell, beforo the
Court House, iu Columbia, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in October next, at ll o'clock,
all that TRACT OT LAND, in tho District
of Richiand, bounded on thc North by
lands of William Douglass, South on lands
ot Hart Maxcy, East on thc Winnsboro
Road and lands of Jacob Geiger, and
fcouth-cast on lands of Christina Dent,
and West on lands of Free Mary-thc said
tract containing 230 acres, more or less.
All that niece, parcel or TRACT of LAND,
situated also in Richland District,hounded
on tho North by lands of John Stack, South
on lands of Robert N. Lewis, to tho East
on lands of-, and on the West by
lands of Wesley Hornsby, containing 80
acres, moro or ICBS.
Terms of sale-One-third cash, the ba
lance payable twelve months after date
secured by bond, with suuicicnt sureties
and mortgage of tho property sold.
Purchasers to pav for papers.
D. B. DESAUSSURE. C. E. R. I>.
Sept 14_ $W
TH0S. E. GREGG & CO.,
STOCKS, Bonds, Gold and Exohang
bought and sold. Olhco at GREGG I
BARLEY ! BARLEY ! !
WE WANT about'3,000 bushels of t,-ou
clean Barley, for brewing Lage
Beer. Thc cash will be paid on deliver}
at market rates.
_August;iO J. C. SF.EGERS A CO.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps arouse
all over the world by tho physicians in tbei
Butter and Cheese
FIRKIN'S GOSHEN TUT i'F.R-reduce
Firkins choreo Orange County BUTTE
Also, a fresh supply of that delicio'
Butter, in 2J-lb. packages-air and wate
Pine Apple, English Dairy and prime ?
Y. State Factor v Cheese. For sale low I
July ? GEO. SYMMERS.