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WASHINGTON, September 22.-The
correspondence between Gov. Orr
und General Sickles, will be publish?
ed. It is quito long. Alluding to
Sickles' removnl, Orr says: "I desire
to express to you tho great regret
which I feel, personally and officially,
nt the course taken by the President,
and his advisers, in this matter."
Sickles replies, explaining his course,
thanking the Governor, and argues
the case generally.
Gen. Grant has referred to Stan
bery, Fitz John Porter's application
for a new trial. The document covers
a letter from Gen Pope, opposing n
Gen. Banks accompanies Romero
Tho counsel in tho ea?? ol thc
United States vs. Fraser, Trenholn:
& Co., aro endeavoring to close thc
matter. Cashing, the United State;
counsel, gives a dinner to tho oppos
CHARLESTON, September 23,-Ac
counts from Fdisto, Wadmalaw, anc
other Sea Islands, say thc third bronc
of caterpillars have appeared, anc
aro destroying the crop with groa
rapidity. It is feared that tho Sei
Island crops will bo au almost tota
Arrived yesterday-steamer Emil;
B. Souder, New York. Sailed-bar!
L?he, Man tan zas; brig G. F. Geery
Arrived to-day-tho Prince o
Wales. Grace Bay, C. B.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 23.
Haight declines being a candidate fo
WHEELING, VA., September 23.
Tho stables, with thirty of Adami
Express horses, was burned las
night. Ono mau was badly injuree
NEW YORK, September 23.-Th
Herald's City of Mexico special say
Maximilian's body has arrived then
Marquez was seen in the mountain:
making his way to the coast.
Leonard Gillette, a Merchant
Union Express messenger, ismissinj
A later despatch says tho Merchant
Union Express has recovered tl
money supposed lost; the messeng
was crazy; wrote to the superinte:
dent what ho had done, aud final
NEW ORLEANS, September 23.-A
eording to the Republican's figure
the whole number of deaths fro
yollow fever, from tho commenc
ment to Saturday morning, the 21;
amount to 1,214; deaths for twent
four hours, to Sunday morning, ti
to this morning, 77-being the large
number in any two days since t
RICHMOND, September 23.-Ge
Schofield has issued tho same ord
as Canby, that self-exiled now i
turned Confederates, must take t
TROY, September 23.-A milli
feet of lumber and two horses we
burned last night, at Freemans, S
& Co. 's yard.
A despatch from Lancaster sr
Thad. Stevens is very sick and is si
posed to be dying.
A Jow named Beliehner, commitl
for burning his store, killed hims
AH'alrs in Georgia.
AUGUSTA, September 23.-Jut
Reese, of the Superior Court, wri
' to Gen. l'ope that he cannot ca
out the recent jury orders-the sa
being in violation of the laws
Georgia and of the State and Fede
Constitutions. Judge Reese clai
that registration is entirely optioi
and not compulsory, and beca
men who may be otherwise loyal c
zens do not register, this is no reai
why they should be excluded fr
serving on a jury.
Gen. Pope replies that the milit
bills give him the right to set as
any law of the Stato which oomes
conflict with the military bills,
ders 53 and 55 wero issned by vii
of the power vested in him by C
gress; and he considors the j
orders necessary to tho execntior
tho Reconstruction Acts, which
come laws in the marmor provider
the Constitution. As the questio
constitutional, and has been pres
cd to tho Supremo Court, and t
tribunal has decided it had no jv
diction, tho further consideratio
that question by subordinate mili
or judicial officers is sec icely adi
sable. Gen. Pope concludes by
(puring Judge Reeso to carry oui
Roese, in a second letter, goes
.similar ground; avowing at tho
elusion, that ho cannot confort
Pope's orders, but shall contiuuo
duties of his office as heretofore
Popo then requested Reese ti
sign, which ho reuisiis to do;
considers his letter as a positivo
hibition against the further execn
of judicial power.
Official returns of l egist ratio
Georgia, is as follows: Whites 05,
blacks 03,417. Total lHS.720.
It is stated that tho garrisoi
various points will be conccntl
nt Atlanta, and the troops will b
moved from here to-day.
The steamer Chip?la, plying
tween Columbus and Eufaula,
plodod her boiler to-day and :
Six of the crew were killed, and
Conservatism In North. Carolin?.
BAI?BIOH, September 23.-The Pro?
gresa and Standard (conservative
newspapers) -will contain the follow?
ing call for a primary meeting of
Constitutional Union men to-mor?
row, signed by over 200 influential
Union men of Wake County: "Tho
undersigned, citizens of Wake Coun?
ty, friends of the American Union,
supporters of tho Constitution of tho
United States, being oonvinced that
the incorporation of the Brownlow
Holden radicnl programme into tho
Constitution of tho State would most
burely embarrass, if not entirely an?
nihilate, all enterprise and all hope of
recuperation, would discourage all
immigration and investment of capi?
tal, diminish and destroy tho sources
of employment of our laboring popu?
lation, do most earnestly implore all
conservative citizens of every County
in tho State to hold mcetiugs for
adopting such plans ns they may
deem wisest and best for uniting and
consolidating tho conservative influ?
ences of the State, to effectively pre?
vent the success of tho ultra-Republi?
can or radical ruis in our Stato
organizations. Tho Congress of thc
United States lias cut us off from all
participation at present in national
politics, aud nothing is left us but
the care of our Stuto institutions.
This movement has nothing to do
with national politics, or with hin?
dering or attempting to obstruct the
operations of any law of Congress.
It has simple reference only to pre?
venting tho incorporation of those
radical principles and measures into
our State organization, which would
place tho control of Government in
the hands of tho ignorant, vicious
and most unprincipled men, which
would certainly result in thc destruc?
tion of tho enterprise and vitality of
the State. All aid or encouragement,
therefore, which this movement could
givo tho friends of constitutional
liberty and free government else?
where, would simply bc incidental.
We, therefore, urge all conservative
constitutional Union men of the
Count}' of Wake,holding these views,
+o unite with us in holding a meeting
at the court house in this city, Fri?
day, tho 27th, to effect the above
named objects. We urge our fellow
citizens of tho several registration
precinf 'T in the Couuty to unite with
us, or hold meetings iu their several
IF MR. MASON,
ACARRIAGE and HARNESS SILVER
PLATER, who resided in Spurtanburg,
S. C., in 18(11, or any of his Familv, will
direct a line to T1IOS. M. LYON, 306Chest?
nut street, Philadelphia, Pa., will hear
something to their aclvantugo.
THOMAS M. LYON,
300 Chestnut street.
Sept 211* Philadelphia, l'a.
?sT- Spartanburg Spartan copy once and
forward bill at once to this office.
th nus ma
LIQLORS. WINES, SE(?\US, TOBACCO, ML,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
THE UNDERSIGNED has fitted
up his establishment, and has re?
ceived a large stock of tho tinost
qualities and brands of LIQUORS.
WINES, ALES, SEGARS, Smoking and
Chowing TOBACCO, etc.; SYRUPS, COR?
DIALS and other articles.
JELLIES and BRANDY FRUITS of home
In tho rear of the wholesale store, ho
has a handsomely appointed
SAMPLE lt O O III ,
WHERE tho best of everything is
OF all kinds-FISH. OYS
TERS, GAME, MEATS, Ac/ft
-furnished at short notico.feg '
and in tho very best styles.fc!
SUPPER ROOMS. W
ATTACHED to tho cstab-P
bailment aro commodious^
rooms, where privato DINNERS
and SUPPERS will bo furnished for any
number of persons from two to 150.
LUNCH every day, at ll o'clock.
Tho Proprietor ple.dgoa himself that ho
will continuo, aa horctoforo, to use his ut
moat endeavora to givo perfect aatisfaction
to his patrons and guests.
T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor.
Sopt 21 _
THE exercises of Misa WIL?
BUR'S SCHOOL will be re?
sumed on tho 1st of OCTOBER,
at tho Lutheran Lecture Room.
Sept 21 jfl
THE exercises of my School will be re?
sumed, at my residence, ono door
South of the new* State Capitol, on tho
FIRST OF OCTOBER.
Sopt 22 3?_MISS S. G. HUNTT.
DR. AM) MRS. ZIMMERMAN'S
Institution for Young Ladies,
(English, Classical and Orna?
mental, ) will commenco MON
gDAY, September 30, instant.
A few Boarders will bo accom?
modated, all on reasonable
terms. _ Sept 10 tn3
Hew of tl?e Alps.-Thia cordial baa
only to be tasted to bo appreciated.
ASTATIONARY STEAM ENGINE, 33
horao power, in complete order; plain
cylinder boiler, 31 feet long, by 3(! inches
diameter; heater 34 feet long,by 20 inches
diameter; iron smoke-stack, with east iron
bottom, plate and damper. Alao, a Circu?
lar SAW MILL. The engine and saw mill
can bo seen ut tho Conguroo Iron Works.
Apply to R. MCDOUGALL,
Columbia, S. fl.
fte* The Charlotte News will copy ihrco
times weekly, and forward bill to this
Office. Sept 20
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FINANCIAL A WU COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, September 23-Noon.
-Cotton dall, at 24. Flour drooping.
Corn lo. better. Oats lc. better.
BALTIMORE, September 23.-"Wheat
firm-red $2.50; low grades. $2.40.
Corn-white $1.27(&1.30 ; yellow
$1.85. Oats 57(270. Mess pork ac?
tive, at $25.25.
7 P. M.-Cotton drooping, at 24.
Flour 10@20c. lower on low grades.
Wheat scarce and ranges at $2.15(ai
2.75. Corn in fair demand, at noon's
advance. Oats l(<?2c. better. Pork
$24.25. Stocks heavy. Mon ev 7 per
cent. Gold 42%.
CINCINNATI, September 23.-Flour
firm and demand fair, but prices un?
changed. Corn $1.08 for nnmbei
one mixed; receipts light. Accounts
from thc crops in the interior aro un?
favorable; among the np-lauds, corn
is regarded as a failure. Cotton dull,
at 23(V23l_. for middling uplands.
Whiskey dull and in demand foi
bonded-free $firstname.lastname@example.org. Mess port
24; bacon V2?4(a)l8.
NEW ORLEANS, September 23.
Sales of cotton 50 bales; market
dull and depressed-low middling:
21* J. Sugar and molasses-nothing
doiug, for want of stock. Corn ad
vuueed 5c, owing to the scarcity
mixed $1.20; yellow and white $1.35
Oats scarce and advanced 5c. Pori
very dull, at $20.75. Bacon quiet
at 15J.i\ shoulders 19J.j; clear side;
25@25)<>. Lard quiet and firm
prime tierces 14'..; kegs 15^. Gob
MOIIILE, September 23.-A fuir de
maud has existed for cotton to-day
with more willing sellers; marke
closed easy, nt 21 for middling; sale
CHARLESTON, September 23.- Col
ton quiet; sales 45 bales-middling;
AUGUSTA, September 23.-Cotto:
quiet; sales 70 bales-middlings 21
Crop accounts are gloomy.
SAVANNAH, September 23.-Cotto
dull aud declining-middlings 21 '?(i
22; sales for two days 157 bales; rt
ccipts to-day 703 bales.
LIVERPOOL, September 22-Evei
iug.-Sales of cotton 2,000 bale
market closed quiet, bu quotntioi
LONDON, September 23-Noon.
Consols 04 11-10. Bonds 731.,.
LIVERPOOL, September 23-2 1
M.-Cotton quotations unchanged.
Columbia U'lioli ?ult Price* Curt?'II
COBBECTED WEEKLY. DY TOE
COLUMBIA BO Alli) OF TUA DE.
APPIA'S-Per bushel. fl ?OrV.l 7
HAGGING- Gunny, per yard.20?!]
Dundie . !]
HALE HOPE -Manilla, lier lb.... 20?2
N. Y. or West, pr lb.. 16@'2
BACON-Hame, p< r lb. 2
Side? " .21@?
Shoulder!!, " .lS'f/.l
BUTTER-Northern, per lb.Md/,:
Country, " .30(u.:
BRICKS-Per 1,000 . 9 00? 12 I
COTTON YAUN-Por bunch.. 1 90?2 ?
COTTON-Ordinary, per lb.
Middling, " . '.
Strict Middling " .21@!
CANDLES-Sperm, per tb.37?
Tallow, " .18?
COFFEE-Rio, per lb.24(8
Java, " " .40?
CHEESE-English Dairy, per lb... 18?
FLOUR-Country, per bbl. .11 00?12
GRAIN-Corn, per bush.1 26?1
Wheat, " .1 Co?
Oats, " . C0@
Peas, " .1 00?l
HAY-Nortnern, per cwt.
Eastern " .
HIDES-Dry, per lb.12j<8
Green, " .
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft. 1
Scantling, " . 1
Shingles, pur 1,000 .2
LIME-Per bbl.2 70?2
MOLASSES-Cuba, per Kallon.58<?
Now Orleans, " 1 00?1
Sugar House. *' .. .75?1
NAILS-Per keg.t? 75?8
ONIONS-Per bushel. 1
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon.G5(c
Sperm. " . 3
Machinery " .75?l
POTATOES-Irish, per buehol.l 50?1
Sweet, " .. .8U?1
RICE-Carolina, per lb.J11?
East India, " .
SALT-Liverpool, per Bach. 3
Table, " .
SOAP-Per bar. 9*5
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb.\9(>
Powdered, " .10C
Brown, " .12J(i
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon. 0
Brandy. " . .. .4*00? 15
Holland Gin, " .. .5 ()0?7
American " " ...3 58?!
Jamaica Rum, " .. .6 00?1
N. E. " " .. .3 50?::
Bourbon Whiskey,. .3 50?]
Monongahela " . .3 75?-]
Rectitlod " .. .2 50?5
TEA-Green, per lb.1 00?;
Black, " .1 00?1
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.75?:
Smoking, " .50 ?
VINEGAR-Wino, per gallon.70<
Cidor, a .60<
French, " . .1 25?
WIN E Ohampagno, nor basket.25?:i:
Port, per gallon.3 00?l
Sherry, " .3 50?(
Madora, " .3 50?
nOMK?TIC M MIK KT.
MEATS -Pork, porlb.
Mutton, " .
POULTRY-Turkeys, per pair.
Ducks, " .
Chickens, " .15
Geese. " .
Uoiii\ s< ii i (du m Schnapps
good for Dyspepsia.
SUGAR-CURED BREAKFAST STI
Soda Crakers, Oynter Crackers, Li
Crackers, Ginger Suaps and G(
Cbeeso, of superiot ?rality.
Sept 22 JOHN C. SE EG EH S & <
SHIPPERS OF COTTON. &C.
COLUMBIA, S. C., TO BALTIMORE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE SPLENDID STREW STEAMSHIPS
FALCON, - - E. C. REED, Com r.
SEAGULL, - N. P. DUTTON, Com'r. i
OF largo carrying capacity, making I
average trip? ul flfty-ftvo tn Fixty
hours, leave Charleston once a week for
Baltimore, raul offer superior facilities for
through freights to ai.cl from that port.
COURTENAY .V TRENHOLM,
Shipping ami Commission Merchants,
Union Wharves, Charleston, S. C.
MORDECAI A CO., Agents,
Sept '24 tufCino
Wolf?-'* Schlettau! Schnapps are imi- !
tated and counterfeited, and purchasers ;
will have to usc caution in purchasing.
Confederate Bonds Wanted, i
SPECIE, EXCHANGE, RANK BILLS,
STOCKS, BONDS and COUPONS,
Bought and Sold. I
CASU advanced on Shipments i f Cotton
to Charleston and New York. i
Sept li) EDWIN J. SCOTT._ j
Wolfe'? Schiedam Scliiiiiapx aro good
for all urinary complaints.
MOLASSES AND SYRUP.
i jr HDDS. MOLASSES.
O ? harreis Dee Hive Syrup,
iou sacks Family Flour.
August 23 * E. A G. D. HORE.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps are good
Kits of Fresh Mountain Butter,
JUST RECE1YED, and for sale.
Also, barrels of Golden and other line
Svrups.'?,l tierce choice Sugar-cured Hams.
For sale by RICHARD ALLEN,
Cor. Pendleton and Assemblv sts.,
Next to M. M. Cohen's Obi Stand,
September Below the State House.
De iv of the Alps?.-Udolpho Wolfe, sole
agent for the above cordial, manufactured
in Geneva, Switzerland, is used by all the
crowned heads of Eun>i>e._
CRAWFORD & FRIDAY,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
DANIEL CRAWFORD. JAMES K. FRIDAY.
fA \ V w WILL receive on storage COT
R?^JdrON, MERCHANDIZE and COUN
SEEffll'RY PRODUCE, and sell or forward
tho same when desired. Liberal udvancos
made on consignments of Cottou through
us to our friends in Charleston or New
York, and forwarded free of charge.
Our Warehonse being located adjacent
to tho South Carolina Railroad Depo:, the
item of dray age will cost but half the
ratos as from other parts of tho city.
Rates of Storage on Cotton reduced to
25 cents a bale per monti-. Aug G ?2mo
Wolfe's Schleilum ?5-. hnapps are re?
commended by all the medical faculty.
INFORM THF. PUBLIC that they have rc
ing the Phvcttix office, where they have
To which additions will constantly be made
licnced dealer, they assert most positively
at stich rates as defy competition. Cal!, s
they eau and will do.'thev offer ELEVEN V.
Furniture, Groceries, <tc.
By JACOB LEVIN.
ON TO-MORROW MORNING, at 10 o'clock,
I will sell, at ruy atoro, without rcsorvo,
CANE SEAT CHAIRS, Rooking Chairs,
I Bedsteads, Tables, Matressea, Crockery
and Glass-Ware, Ste,, Ste., Sec.
\ A fiuo MELODEON; and, after tho above.
: Bacon Hams, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, CaudlcH,
I Molasses, Durham Tobacco, 10,000 Scgars
i of various brands, sonio extra, A.c., Ac.
! Sept 21
Sale of Hardware and Groceries.
UNDER tho authority of tho Court of
Equity, I will ofter for salo at public
I outcry, on first MONDAY in October next,
I tho remaining stock of GOODS of tho late
I Arm of Kenn* th fe Gibson, consisting of
; Hardware and Groceries. Terms cash on
delivery, II. M. GIBSON.
Ttacfyn Strips, dc., (ii Private Sale.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
SUPERIOR BACON STRIPS and
BREAKFAST PIECES, just received
and will bu sold at a email advance on cont.
Call at my Auction Room, cornor Plain
aud Assembly Btreets. Sept 24 1
W olff-? Sclifcdatn Schnapps are put
up in quart and pint bot Hes, with tho pro?
prietor's nauio on the bottle, cork and
THE BOOKS are now open at tho Pal?
metto Engine House for,final Revision
I of Names Registered in Upper Box of this
city. They will be closed at 3 o'clock p. m.,
I on SATURDAY, tho 21st inst,
i Tho Board will bo at tho old leo House,
I on Washington street, on MONDAY, the
23d. and continue there tho following
I week, during which time tho Booka will bc
open for public inspection.
On tho28th and 30th, the session for final
Revision of Names' Registered in Lower
Box, will take place.
M. J. CALNAN,
Chairman Board Registration,
Sept 10 5 2d Precinct, Richland Dist.
What Ho You Drink?-Wolfe's Schie?
dam Schnapps, it checks thc disarrange?
ment of tho bowels in warm climates.
R. k W. C. SWAFFM
i ?BEAD AS USU.U !
FAIL Al WINTER
j NOW IN STORE.
SUITS FROM S7.50 TO SOO.
AFULL LINE OF
NEW STYLE PAPER AND LINEN COLLARS.
A splendid lino of FRENCH and ENG?
LISH CAHSIMERE. which will be made to
order in the LATEST STYLES and at LOW
Everything that is new in thc way of
H .-V T H :
N. B.-Our CLOTHING is nearly all of
OUR OWN MANUFACTURE.
Sept 20 MAIN STREET.
To All Wiio Une Liquor.-Wolfe's
Schiedam Schnapps is manufactured in
Holland by a procesa only known to tho
proprietor, and is warranted tho puffcst
Liquor ever manufactured.
Soap and Candles.
rr pr BOXES FAMILY SOAP,
I O 100 boxes Sperm, Adamantine and
Pal atino Candles. Just received, and for
sale low bv tho package, and at rotail, by
September? J. Sc T. R. AGNEW.
WOUVH Schirilam Schnapps are a
preventive for chills and fever.
1 FOREVER ! ! !
SHER & CO.
moved to tho HAWES' BUILDING, adjoin
opened a largo and can fully selected stock
i. As their solootions arc made by an oxpe
tbat their entiro stock can and will be sold
ce and bo convinced. As a proof of what
.Vitus PRINTS f ONE U 1LLAR.
IN CONJUNCTION WITH
DAN, CASTELLO'S GREAT SHOW,
NUMBEH1XO l.N AM.
THREE HUNDRED MEN ANO HORSES !
An enormous moral comliinntion of instruc?
tion and refined amusement, icill exhibit
in COLUMBIA, for one day only,
On Thursday, October 3, 1867,
Under the Immense New Pavilion, for
ONE PRICE OF ADMISSION.
COMBINES a great number of speci?
mens, of various descriptions and
character, in tho School of Natural H'ato
ry, which have been collected at tho ex?
pense of the largest energy, indefatigable
research, and the most lavish outlay of
VAN AMBURGH A CO.'S DEPARTMENT,
Consists (with numerous additions) of tho
entiro Van Amburgh Zoological Collec?
tions, comprising i-peoimehs <4' the rarest
and most beautiful Wild Beasts, Bircis and
Reptiles, from every section of tho known
DAN CASTELLO'S DEPARTMENT,
Comprising Dan Castello's Great Circus,
composed of the most distinguished lumi?
naries in tho Equestrian profession, com?
prising thc best Male aud Fcmalo Riders.
A Great Gratuitous Exhibition character?
izes the entre of our cstablibhmcutiu every
A BRILLIANT STREET PAGEANT.
In this grand cavalcade and moving pic?
ture will appear a series of the most elabo?
rately liniBhed Chariots, gorgeously deco?
rated Platform Cars, artistically finished
Cagos and Dens, containing tho whole of
tho Zoological Collection; tue Band Cha?
riot, of original design and resplendent
decoration, called tho Throno or Apollo,
and a Cavalcade entitled tho Crusader's
Triumph, consisting of over Ono Hundred
and Fifty Mounted Knights, clad in bur?
nished steel armor, with their Damiers,
Pennons and Insignia, and accompanied
by their LadicB in costumes of Mediieval
Agos, all preceding tho crowning feature
of tho procosaion, a largo, living Lion,
borne on tho elevated platform of tho
splendid Tableau Carriage, looso, un?
chained, untrammeled and free, in tho
public Btreots. Tho sight forms the great
sensation of tho times.
First season in Amorica of tho Parisian
Artiste and Equestrienne, late of
tho Cirque Imperiale,
AND THE CHILD WONDEB,
The youngest and most petite Equestrian
Performer in the world, whoso remarkable
skill and courage have elicited tho most
enthusiastic encomiums from tho pross and
WILL ALSO EXHIBIT AT
CHESTER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2
GREENWOOD, FRIDAY, ' " 4
GREENVILLE, SATURDAY, " 5
ABBEVILLE, MONDAY, " 7
NEWBERRY, TUESDAY, " 8
ORANGEBURG, WEDNESDAY, " 9
CHILDREN under ton years .. .50 "
Two performances daily. Afternoon at
2 o'clock Evening al 7 o'clock,
Sept 24 [|0?3