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LONDON, March 27.- The reported
arrest of Deary ie falBejhe escaped
?A. * ^ ? - ' - .
The coal miners at Charleroi. Bel?
gium, are .riotous, and tho military
, wore called out; many rioters killed.
Ttie town is now tranquil.
, FLORENCE, March 27.-The Co
. ? veruniont is taking activo measures
> ' -* to suppress brigands.
' 'Sow? IteniH.
'CHARLESTON, March 27.-Arrived
brig. J. W- Woodruff, Boston; sehr.
A. P. Crammer, Now York; schooner
A. H. Edwards, Philadelphia; sehr.
Maria Lunt, Baltimore. Off the
- . port-ship Charleston, from Liver?
pool; schooners ?T. J. Starsous aud
Riobard Yaux, from Philadelphia.
MACON, GA., March o7.- Tho De?
mocratic Central . Committee have
adopted resolutions denouncing tho
Constitution, but recommending that
conservative candidates be voted for.
WASHINGTON, March 27.-Stevens'
universal suffrage amendment covers
all tho States. Tho penalty for in?
fringement applies only to Alabama.
Its defeat is regarded as certain, as it
would give Alabama to tho Demo
' crats; but tho passage of the bill as
reported, which validates the Consti?
tution and inaugurates tho State offi?
cials recently voted for, is appre?
hended. Violent cross purposes
. . exist, however.
Impeachment speculations are rifo;
but tho actors in the play uro reticent
-nothing reliably indicative or sug?
gestive has transpired.
There was a prolonged Cabinet
meeting to-day-all present, includ?
Black moved to take up tho pre
liminary injunction in tho Georgia
case, but the court declined-process
having only beou served on parties
within immediate reach. A further
hearing of tho case at this term is
Tho Alabama bill was crowded oui
in the House to-daj\ It will come
up to-morrow, in regular order. Thc
radical Congressional Committee
have Little Rock advices, indicating
tho success of the Arkansas Consti'
Internnl revenue receipts, to-ilay,
WASHINGTON, March 27.-lu tin
House, after District affairs, tho ju
diciary bill passed over the veto
strict party vote; and is now a law,
Tho Conference Committee on tht
tax bill reported-bill was adopted.
In tho Senate, nothing of impor?
FINANCIAL ANO COMMKUCI AI..
NEW YORK, March 27-Noom
Gold 38).;. Flour 5?10c. better
Wheat 2@3o. better. Corn a shad?
firmer. Pork firmer, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lard lower, at 10(7t>lG%. Cottoi
firmer; sales 2,000 bales, at 25,'.i?20
7 P. M.-Cotton firmor; salci
12,000 bales, at 25>?@26-closing a
2G. Flour-State email@example.com; South
ern O.6Q@14.70. Wheat 3@4p. bet
ter and active-common red South
ern 2.15. Corn-yellow Southon
1,firstname.lastname@example.org. Mess pork-new 24.80
old 23.75. Lard lG(a;lC)?4. Freight
firmor-cotton sail 3-lG(?i l A ; stean
BALTIMORE, March 27.-Cotton ac
tive, at 25. Flour firm aud soial
transactions, on account of ligh
stock. Wheat firm-choice Mary
land red 2.80(>i!2.00. Corn firm
white 1.18@L15; yellow email@example.com
Oats H:1(((85. Ityol.83@L85. Pori
25.50. Lard 17.
CINCINNATI, March 27.-Provision
CHARLESTON, March 27.-Coho:
activo and advanced ! |(".'..; sale
1,000 bales-middling 25>4@25??
AUGUSTA, March 27.-Cotton mai
ket stiff; holders too high for buyer;
sales 200 bales; receipts 150-mit
SAVANNAH, _ March 27.-Coho
opened steady, but closul firm an
advancing-middling 24; sales i)0(
NEW ORLEANS, March 27.-Cotto;
activo; sales to-day 000 bales-mit
diing 25; receipts 1,360; exports 2ll
sales of tho week 20,300; receipt
14,450; stock 73,875. Sugar-full
fair 14'?. Molasses 60(^80 for con
mon to choico reboiled. Fku
weaker-superfino 10; choico 14.2;
Corn activo, at 1.05. Pork dull an
firstname.lastname@example.org. Bacon dui
jobbing at 12@15???16#. Go!
MOBILE, March 27.-Cotton ma
hat closed firm, ab ?.4^.(; si as 800
bales; receipts 569; ?ales of too week
4,850; receipts 2,927; stock 31,599.
LrvEBjPOQii, . March 27-r-Noou.
Cotton opens firmer, but. quotably
_l?_".l. "i-- -? AV.- _- i?- >.?-? A'AA
UUU.iV.VM, MUIVU V/A ,UU H XV . I ?7, UW
bales; for export 11,000; speculation
10,000; stock 391,000, whereof 29?,
O00 are American.
LONDON, March 27-3 P. M.-Con?
sols 93>?. Bonds 72.1 "'fn;721?.
LIVEUPOOL, March 27-3 P. M.
Cotton Arther, more active and ad?
vanced L?-uplands on spot lO.l^'; to
arrive 10^; Orleans 10 %\ stock
afloat 332,000, -whereof 150,000 aro
Kepari for Week ending Friday, March.27.
I'JJOXIX OFFICE, COLUMMA, S."C., MAIICU
28.-There has bctu a very good demand
for cotton during tho past week, and all
that has been offered was readily taken by
buyers on a par of 23}@21} for middling.
Tho sales of tho week have boen 310 balee,
as follows: 10 al IS}; 5 at 18j; 12 at 19i; 10
at 2?I; ll at 21; 20 at 22; 37 at 22*; 5 at 22?;
42 at 23; 42 at 23J; 18 at 23}; 28 at 234; 21
at 23J; 2ffat24; 23 at 244.
All other articles of country produce arc
in good demand, with a fair supply in thc
The following buying rates of South Ca?
rolina Bank Notes, ia prepared by Gregg,
Palmer A Co., Brokers:
Bank of Camdon.15
Hank of Charleston.19
Bank of Chester.5
Bank of Georgetown.G
Bank of Nowber'ry.30
Dank of South Carolina. 8
Bank of State of South Carolina, [old,].. G
Bank of State of South Carolina, [new,]. 1
Bank of Hamburg.10
Commercial Bank. 1
Exchango Bank. 9
Planters' Bank. 4
Farmers and Exchange Bank. 1
South-Western Railroad Bank, [old,J_23
Planten and Mechanics.10
AVliolcaiile Prices Current.
CORHECTr.O WEEKLY UV
THE COLUMBIA BOARD OF TRADE.
APPLES -Ter bushel.1 25 Oil 50
BAGGING-Gunnv, per vard.. 0 '?1
Dundee " .. 0 30
BALE HOPE-Manilla,uer lb.. 20 ?
N.Y.orWest," 15 0 10
BUTTER-Northern, per,lb.. O? 55
Count rv, " .. 35 0 40
BACON-Hams, per lb..20 0 22
Sides " . 1C.}0 17
Shoulders, " . l l 0 15
BRICKS-Per l.oot).9 00012 00
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb_ 37 Ot 45
Adamantine, " . . 21 0 22
Tallow, " . . 18 0c 2U
COTTON YARN-Per bunch. .1 70 Oil 90
COTTON-Strict Middling, pr lb 24}0
Middling, " 24 0
Low Middling, " 23 0 23}
Good Ordinary, " 22 Of, 22$
Ordinary, " :< 10 oe 21}
CHEESE-English Dairy, per lbiy (a) 20"
/actory, " 19 Qt 20
COFFEE-Rio, per lb. 23 di 27
La-nay ra, ". 28 Ot. 30
Java, * " .... 40 0 45
FLOUR-Country, per bbl. .14 00014 50
GRAIN-Corn, per bush.1 4001 50
Wheat, " .1 G502 00
Oats, " .90 r-c.l ll)
Peas, " .1 2501 50
HAY-Northern, per cwt.
Eastern " .
niDES-Dry, per lb.121? IS
Green, " . " ' 8
INDIGO-Carolina.1 00W.1 25
LARD-Per lb.19 oj 20
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft.. 1 50
Scantling, " 1 50
Shingles, per 1,000.. 2 75
LIME-Per bbl.2 7002 80
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon. 58060
New Orleans, " 1 OO01~ 25
Sugar House. " ...7501 25
NAILS- ror keg.G SOG?S 00
ONIONS-Per bushel. ?2 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. GO? 70
Machinery " _ 7501 00
POTATOES-Irish, per bushel. 1 7502 00
Sweet, *4 . lHOt. 80
RICE-Carolina, per lb. 9? ll
East India, " .
Silver.1 3????l S5
SHOT, per bag. 03 50
SALT-Liverpool, per sack.2 500
SOAP -IVr II. . 9 0 12
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon G 00
Urandy. " .4 00012 00
Holland Gin, " .. .5 0007 00
American " " .. .3 5004 00
Jamaica Rum, " .. .6 0007 00
N. E. " " .. .3 6O0S 75
Bourbon Whiskey,..8 5004 50
Monongahela " . .3 7504 00
Kectillcd " ?. .2 5002 75
SUGAR- Crushed, per lb.19 Or) 20
Powdered, " .19 0 20
Brow?. " 12JQ 17'
STARCH-Per lb.1?0 121
TEA-Green, per lb.1 0002 00"
Black, " .1 iWOtl 50
TOBACCO -Chowing, per lb.... 5001 25
Smoking, ". 5001 00
VINEGAR Wine, per gallon... .700 75
Cider, " ....500 60
French, " . .1 2.V>cl 60
WINE -Champagne, per baskot.250;i2 00
Port, per gallon.3 00@5 no
Sherry, " .3 5000 00
Madeira, " .3 5000 00
MEATS-Pork, por lb. 15
Beef, ".8 012*
Mutton, " . 12}
POULTRY-Turkeys, per pair.
Ducks', '* .
Chickens, " .30035
Geese. *' .
I Qxuoe MADE, ^TTH A.Gow.-^-Th?ve
is a man living hot far from Danville,
I who, when the war closed, finding
himself without a ' borso, ? mole or
; oven an old steer, hitched up his
mindi cow and maae a good crop.
He fed the cow high, and she'not
only ploughed his laud, but gave
him milk for his table. ?
Tho members bf the English Par?
liament receive no pay, and the ac?
ceptance- of snob a post is, therefore,
almost impossible for a poor mau.
To remedy this defect, tho Trades
Council at Birmingham, who have
resolved#on having a "working mau"
as their third representativo iu Par?
liament, propose to pay him 81,500
a year and his election expenses.
FATAL RESULT.-In Monday morn?
ing's paper, wo mentioned that a
Swiss girl was severely burned iu
Rutledge Avenue, while in the net of
lighting a kerosoue lamp. She was
removed to Hampstead Hospital,
where she died yesterday from her
injuries.' Her name is Mary Hon
ever, and her age about twenty-four
years. - Charleston Mercury, 21 tit.
HOUSE BcitNT.-We learn that, on
Monday last, a house belonging to
Mr. Jesse K. Stone, situated some
eighteen miles below the town, was
consumed entirely. It was occupied
by freedmen, and it is supposed the
fire originated through carelessness.
?In a negro prayer meeting at Pe
tersburg, Va., a colored mother ir
Israel knelt to lead in prayer, there?
by exposing her skirts, when thc
article was recognized by one of thc
sisters as being her own rightful
property, and a scene not eutireh
The St. Louis reporters have ?
pleasant way of alluding to deat
bodies fouud in the river ns "iloat
era." Tho heading, "Another Float
er," is very common. It is no
quite so delicate a designation ai
"Ono Moro Unfortunate."
REDUCTION or INSURANCE.-W<
learn from a private telegram, re
ceived last night, that the rate of in
surauce by the New York and Char
leston Ship Company's Hue ha
been reduced to three-fourths of ou
per cent. - Charleston Courter, '11th.
Ono of the inconveniences of build
iug a railroad across the prairies wa
illustrated a few day s ago, when ai
engiue ran oft' tho track, and wa
not stopped until it had run into tb
woods 110 feet from the track.
Mr. Peabody's chea]) dwellings ie
tho poor in London already have
population of 1,583 tenants, an
more buildings are to be erected n
A femiuine quarrel in Philadelphi
was recently decided by ono sniasl
lng a kerosene lamp over the head c
her antagonist and burning her t
A Boston lady tripped and fe
while waltzing, falling so heavily ti
to drive three largo pius of bc
chignon through her skull into lu
brain. She will not recover.
The Tax Conference Couiniitb
retain the whiskey clause, punishin
for sales below tax. This is a poh
on which the Senate hitches.
California has 00,000 Chinese, (
whom -1,000 work on tho Central Pi
Memphis found and fined -il) gau
biers oue day last week.
A Democratic Club has been o
ganized iu Greeuvillo District.
ALL INCOME TAXES are required
OL- paitl by the 31st day of M A KC!
1HGS. vi/.: On' Sninri'.-H, Dents, Eiuplo
monts, Faculties am! Professions; ah
one-half of all other Taxes clue thc -ital
All poisons railing \>> comply will 1
themselves liable to executions heil
served upon them.
THOMAS IL WADE,
March 2s ft-_T C. K. f>.
Guano and Raw Bene Phosphate
THE undersigned have been appoint
agents for tho sale of SOLUBLE 1'
CIFIO GUANO and LAUGH'S UAW LO>
PHOSPHATE, anti AV i ll take cash ord?
for the same, when quantities of a ton
SpTfauSS i?? r?quit?M, ? uil?iiealoU ?>Mt
with expenses added.
Soluble Pacific Guano at ?C3 per ion
Laugh's Kaw Bom Phosphats at I ?0 |
ton in Charleston.
Those buying in siiiu!! quantities can
supplied here at a small advance on et
anti charges. Circulars furnished on s
plication to J. A T. lt. AGNEW.
March VS _
Fresh Biscuit and Crackers,
ii A BBLS. FRESH CltACKEim.for si
?i\J low bv E. A G. D. HOPE
Marci? 27 *
-1 rv BARRELS Becker's Self-Raisl
JA/ FLOUR, for sale low by
March 27 E. A G. D. HOPE
Columbia Typographical Union.
rTIHE regnlax "monthly meeting of thin
X Union will bo held THIS (Saturdavi
EVENING, at 8- o'clock, at tho Hook and
Ladder Hall. By order.
TVfprrtHOR i- J >T>_ TVELLS. .
Columbia Male School of Palmetto
Lodge No. 5,1. O. 0. F.
_jg^ TBT8 School, the exercises
/fE3b\ of which wore interrupted \ir
-Onfl^iiin death of tho Hov. F. W.
\ifiBfc*Pnp<:, will bc resumed on MON
^PajrDAY. 30th instant,
?ffijr GREEK, Latin, French,
Book-Keeping, and all the English
brauchen, will bo taught, and scholar? be
prepared for entering any College or Uni?
versity. Terms $10 per quarter.
Mar'ch 2S R. O. SAMS, Principal.
Lime at Reduced Prices.
FIRST quality EASTERN LIME,' de?
livered in Columbia, at tho following
By car load, GO barrels or over, (Lime
31.50; Freight 50 cents,) per barrel.. .$2
Less than car load, (Limo $1.50; Freight
GO cent?,) per barrel. $2.10
All orders accompanied with tho cash,
or from parties known to be responsible,
will bo promptly filled.
CEMENT, PLASTER, HAIR alwavs on
band. OLNEY A CO.,
March 28 Imo Charleston, S. C. _
COHN ! CO RN !
000 BUSHBLH Primo Tennessco
and Northern Georgia CORN, on hand,
with daily arrivals.
FRESH BOLTED MEAL, ground daily,
which we offer for sale low.
J. O. MATHEWSON A CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
Mar 28 G Augusta. Georgia.
III. & W. C. SWAFFIELD'S.
New Style Hats,
SPLENDID LINE OF GENTS'
CALL and examine. Extreme lowpriccs
for GOOD CLOTHING and ALL WOOL
CASSIMERES and TWEEDS.
A3- GARMENTS MADE TO ORDER in
the MOST APPROVED STYLES.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
ATTENDED TO PERSONALLY.
MCKENZIE'S SALOON is now OPEN
for tho season. Greenfield's Row,
corner Maiu and Lr.dy streete.
March 17 _ . .
-j K HDDS. Primo C. R. SIDES,
lt) C hbda. Prime Shoulder?,
3,000 lbs. Choice Sugar-cured Strips,
25 bbls. Good Grocory Sugars,
30 boxes Pearl Starch. For sale low at
?. C. PEIXOTTO A SON'S.
March 27 2
BY M. W. BYTHEWOOD.
THIS (Satnrdav) "MORMXO th? 2$tli
inst., at balf-paat 10 o'clock', I will seil,
in front of mv Auction Warerooni.
1 MAHOGANY WARDROBE, 1 SOFA.
1 Curled Post Bedstead,
I Trundle and 1 Iron Bedstead,
1 Mattress. 1 Feather Bed,
1 Looking Glass, Bureau, Titbit.",
Chairs, Tubs, Pots.
3 Cooking Stoves, different sizes
1 pair Fine CALF-SKIN BOOTS.
3 pairs Loather Boots,
f> pairs Fiuc Kid Napier Ties,
C " Oxford fries,
1 " Buttoned Gaiters,
3 Ladies' Fino Silk Cloaks, Ac.
Terms cash. Goods lo be removed same
Prime Mules-Positive Sale.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON WEDNESDAY MORNING next, (1st of
April,) at 10 o'clock, I will sell, before
8 very superior MULES, in fine condi?
tion. Sold lor no fault but to change in?
vestment. Persons in want of Mules will
do well to attend the sale. March 2G
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY''
Cohen vs. Cohen.
WILL be sold, under thc direction of
thc Commissioner in Equity for
Richland District, in front of the Court
House, in tho city of Columbia, S. C., on
tho SECOND MONDAY, being tho 13th day
of April, 18G8, at ll o'clook A. M., or sooii
All that lot of LAND, situate on tho East
side of Richardson or Main street, in thc
city of Columbia, Richland District, mea?
suring in front on Richardson street 2G
feet G inches, moro or less, and in depth
200 feet; bounding to the Weston Richard?
son or Main street, to the East on land of
W. H. Dial, to tho North on laud belonging
to the cstato of Solomon J. Cobon, and to
the South on land now or late of the estate
of G. V. Antwerp.
TERMS.-One-third cash, balance in one
and two years, with interest from day of
sale, payable eemi-annnally, secured* by
bonds of purchaser and mortgage of tho
premises. Purchaser to pay taxes aud for
papers and stamps.
March 20 fw Master in Equity.
S. M. Pearse vs. A. W. Lewis, Executors.
PURSUANT to the order of tho Court,
in the above stated case, I will offer
for sale, on thc FIRST MONDAY in April
All that lot of LAND and BRICKS there?
on, in ttio city of Columbia, on tho East
side of Main street, bounded on the North
and East by tho lands of the Ursuline
Convent, on" tho South by Richard Allen,
and West by Main street, fronting thereon
GI feet and running back 208 feet 8 inches.
Tenus OK SALE.-SO much cash as will
pay expenses of sale; balance on a credit
of three years, with interest only, payable
semi-annually, to bc secured by* bond and
mortgage of premises sold.
D. B. DrSAUSSURE,
March 10 ws C. E. R. D.
-| m\ LBS. Pure Spanish SMOKING
100 lbs. Lone Jack Smoking Tobacco.
For sale low by E. A G. D. HOPE.
CHECKS ON NEW YORK,
TT*OR SALE BY
J? GRAESER, McJUNKIN A SENN.
ICE CREAM GARDEN.
THE undersigned has opened an ICE
CREAM GARDEN on Assembly street,
next to Jannel's Hall, where ho will sup?
ply his old customers with thc best ol' ICE
CREAM, CAKE, LEMONADE, etc.
March 20 Imo CHARLES MINORT.
To Builders, Contractors and Pro?
HAVING looated conveniently near the
principal manufactories of New York,
and vicinity, the subscriber will giro
prompt personal attention to procuring
for order? all kinds of WOOD, IRON and
MARBLE WORK, for buildings and ma?
chinery. Sash, Blinds, Doors, Carvings o!
every kind and material. From twelve
year's professional experience in South
Carolina, the subscriber will guarantee t-'
suit the wishes of those building.
TUOS. C. YEAL, Architect,
Tonally, New Jersey,
March 2G 3mo Late of' Columbia, S. C.
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE,
CoUMiiiA, S. C., March 25, 180-.
mi?E attention of all dealers, and other
X parties interested, is called to that
portion o? tho Revenue Laws, known ai
Schedule C. requiring Stamps to be at?
tached to nil PATENT MEDICINAL PRE
PVRATTON'S, Perfumery and Cosmetics,
Friction Matches, Playing Cards. Canned
Fish, Sauces, Syrups, Ac, used, gold or
offered for sale.
Arrangements have been perfected to
l-conire a moro general compliance with
- ?' ' .t.-..kn,,? fl.? TI?S?il C!f?!!<M?H?r!
District of South Carolina. Tho penalty
of *50 for each violation of law will bo en?
forced. A. S. WALLACE
Colloctor Third District, S. C.
March 2G 3
Bacon Sides, Hams and Lard.
30,000 lbs. BACON SIDES.
2,000 lbs. Sugar-cured HAMS.
1,000 lbs. LARD. For salo by
K. IVNKALE i SON, Cotton Town.
Mareil 25 _
IH AVE just received my supply of fine
SPRING GOODS, consisting of Cloths,
Uassimcrcs, Ac, which will bo made up m
tho latest stylos, at short notice.
J. F. EISENMANN,
March 25 Imo Merchant Tailor