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LONDON, October 12r-Evening.
The^reported resignation of Earl
Dermis denied. 4
The Fenian alarm continuos. Pre?
cautions have been taken against a
rising in Limerick.
The appointment of Ed. Thornton
as Minister to the United States is
aondemnod. There is a general ex?
pression of the opinion that s, first
class man should receive the mission.
BERLIN, October 12.-Tho Nprth
German Gazelle says it is perfectly
satisfied of tho sincerity of Napo?
leon's peace address.
It is reported that the insurgents
were driven across the frontier by
the Papal forces, and compelled to
surrender their arms to the Italians.
FLORENCE, Oot?ber 12.-A report
is in circulation that Menotti, the son
of Garibaldi, has been arrested by
the Italian Government. When last
heard of, Menotti Garibaldi was
actively engaged in carrying out his
father's plans for the invasion of the
Roman territory. With these plans
he was well acquainted, full confi?
dence having been reposed in him by
the General. His arrest .will be a
severe blow to his followers, as, in
the absence of Garibaldi, it deprives
them of their most capable leader.
MUNICH, October 12.-a.t the sit?
ting of the Bavarian Diet, Prince
Hohenlohe, the Ohief Minister of the
Cabinet, made a speech, in which he
discussed the question of German
unity, and indicated the position nf
the 'Government in relation to tho
other States of Germany. He de?
clared that the true policy of Bavaria
was to seek union with the North
German States, under the Presidency
of the King of Prussia, and at the
same time to take steps for the estab?
lishment of a firm and enduring
alliance with the Empire of Austria.
Should this policy be carried into
effect, the unity of the whole Father?
land would be complete, the balance
of power between AuBtria and Prus?
sia preserved, and the peace of Eu?
rope additionally guaranteed.
Prohibition apon Radical Displays.
SAVANNAH, October 13.-Tho Re?
publican meeting and torch-light
paocession, whioh were advertised
for to-morrow night, have been post?
poned. Mayor Andersen has issued
the following proclamation, prohibit?
ing the torch-light procession:
Whereas it is proper, in the pre?
sent excited state of the public mind,
that prompt measures should be
taken for tho preservation of the
public peace of the community; and
whereas, from information given me
as Mayor, I have reason to appre?
hend that gatherings and processions
at night in the streets of Savannah
will be likely to result in riot and
conflagration, I do, therefore, issue
this proclamation, forbidding any
such assemblage or procession in the
streets or other thoroughfares, after
nightfall, within the limits of this
city, without tho written permission
from the Mayor; and I do hereby
request all orderly and well disposed
persona to aid the authorities in tho
preservation of the peace and good
order of the city.
(Signed,) ED. C. ANDERSEN,
Mayor of Savannah.
Tl?e Yellow Fever.
NEW ORLEANS, October 14.-Fever
interments up to 6 o'clopk Sunday
morning 32; this morning 33.
^Tho yellow fever is severe at Vic?
toria, Texas. Major Lathrop, com?
manding tho post, died, with eleven
MEMTHIS, October 14.-The Board
of Health declaro the yellow fovor
A Au. I I'M in Virginia.
RICHMOND, October 14.-The city
Republican Convention met in Capi?
tol Square, at 12 o'clock. J. W.
Hunnicutt, Judge John C. Under?
wood and James Morrissey, (whites,)
and Lewis Tindly and Joseph Cox,
(blacks,) wero unanimously put in
nomination ns delegates to tho Con?
stitutional Convention. The meet?
ing was ono of tho largest ever held
on tho square. Tho greator portion
of tho colored population wero pre?
sent. Tobacco factories and other
establishments, whero large numbers
of negroes uro employed, hud to
close for the day, to givo them an
opportunity to attend. There to.ero
fewer white people than usu?*jiie
scnt. A greater portion of the w?te
people and moderato colorcdJKen
intend making other nominations.
The ex-officers' and soldiers' patty
did not take part in tho convention,
and will not vote fcbe ticket nomi?
nated, but will form ono of thoir own
-thus splitting tho party. Tho
speeches wore moro of a proscriptive
order; Morrissey, an Irishman, de?
claring that ho would voto in conven?
tion to disfranchise oveiy foreigner
that aided tho rebellion; whilo Hun?
nicutt favors not only disfranchising
all that Congress has disfranchised,
but all ministers of the Gospel and
editors who ever advocated secession
Gen. Schofield returned yesterday
from his visit to the Capital. He
will not chango his plan of recon?
struction in this Stato.
The conservatives intend holding
meetings to organizo and nominate a
ticket for the city.
' Mews Item?, .
CHARLESTON, October 14.-Arrived
New York; steam teg' Achilles and
steamer Thomas N. Morgan, from
Philadelphia for New Orleans; steam?
ship Moneta, New York., '
WASHINGTON, October 14.-Dr. S.
Jj. Ives, formerly Bishop of North
OaroUna, is dead. His age was
Minister O tterbury and family haye
Major Mat. Ward, the editor of the
Penola (Mississippi) Si'ti; ic dead.
Internal revenue receipts $447,000,
The Commissioner of Indian Affairs
has advices favorable to peace with
the Indians. They will all be repre?
sented at the Grand Council, and pro?
mise to sead out no more war parties.
Thu Congressional Committee for
the investigation of the treatment of
Union prisoners will sit in Boston
until the meeting of Congress.
COLUMBUS, OHIO, October 13.
Further corrections in returns add a
few hundred to the majority claimed
by the Republicans for Hayes.
A special despatch from Ohio claims
Hayes' eleotion by 3,000.
PHILADELPHIA, October 14.-Com?
modore John Budd is dead. J
CANTON, OHIO, October 14.-On
Sunday, in the German Reformed
Church, a man recently discharged
from the penitentiary approached his
wife, from whom he had been di?
vorced since his incarceration, and
demanded a kies, which the young
woman was in the act of giving him,
when he plunged a butcher knife
into her eleven times and fled. He
was captured, aud with difficulty
saved from summary execution.
CASTINE, MAINE, October 14.-A
fishing vessel, belonging hore, wus
wrecked off Newfoundland and
seventeen drowned-nine leave fami?
HAVANA, October 12.-The Go?
vernment has abolished the auction
FINANCIAL. AND COMMERCIAL.
COLUMBIA, October 14.-Sales of
cotton to-day 9,bales-middling 15}$.
NEW YOEE, October 14-Noon.
Cotton dull, at 18@18>?. Flour 10c.
better. Wheat l@2c. lower. Pork
heavy, at $23.40. Gold 44%@44>"'.
7 P. M.-Cotton firmer; sah-? '2,800
boles-middling 18)?@19e. Flour
firmer-Stato 9??@11M; Southern
10.85@15. Wheat declining-No. 2
firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn quiet and lc. lower
-mixed Western 1.42. Oats quiet and
declined lc-Western 81 ?.<@82?J.
Mess pork 22.45. Lard heuyy, at ?4
@14%. Gold 44}i.
It is said that the failure of S. J.
Roli & Co., cotton brokers of London
and Liverpool, with a branch in New
York, following that of Campbell &
Son, creates much excitement among
foreign bankers. There is an niter
want of confidence in Liverpool firms.
It appears that many have, to obviate
tho effects of insolvency, made private
settlements with bankers on favorable
terms, with the understanding that
the banks are to continue to support
them. In this way the price of cotton
has been supported. A further slight
decline would bring down tho whole
cotton trade of Liverpool, and ruin
the bankers connected with that inte?
rest. A combination of capitalists
have recently appropriated a million
dollars as margin in the purchase of
cotton, but it is said the whole of this
margin has been wiped out.
BALTIMORE, October 14.-Cotton
dull and nominal-middling 18. Flour
quiet, but firm. Wheat advancing
red $2.85. Corn firm-white Si.48?
1.49; yellow email@example.com; mixed 1.41(3
1.44. Oats Arm at 68@74. Bye dull
-prime (55. Provisions steady.
CINCINNATI, October 14.-Flour
quiet and firm-superfino S12@1214.
Corn steady. Mess pork dull, at ?23.
Bacon unchanged-shoulders 14^;
clear sides 13>'.(. Lard dull and lower,
NEW ORLEANS, October 14.-Sales
of cotton 1,000 bales; prices stiffer
low middlings 17,'.j. Receipts 1,737.
Flour better feeling-super. 10.50.
Corn quiet and steadier-white 1.40.
Mess pork dull and nominal, at 20.50
Bacon finn-shoulders 15'.j; clear
sides 19!..'. Lard firm-tierces 147"
@15; kegs 10. Gold 44.
SAVANNAH, October 14.-Cotton
activo and advancing; sales 800 bales
-middlings 16>^@17; receipts 1,700
AuaoSTA, October ll.-Cotton
firmer; sales 348 bales-middlings
l?>}.y, receipts 420.
CHARLESTON, October 13.-Cotton
in good demand; sales yesterday 000
CHARLESTON, October 14.-Cotton
in good demand, at an ndvnuco of
Juc-middling 16@16)?; sales 300
boles; receipts 1,060
LIVERPOOL, October 12-Evening.
Cotton advanced l-10d. ; sales 18,000
Tho liabilities of Campbell & Son
aro stated at .?125,000.
LONDON, October 14-2 P. M.
Consols 94 5-1G. Bonds 71%.
LIVERPOOL, October 14-2 P. M.
Cotton quiet and active-middling
uplands 8J4 ; Orleans 8%.
TwYNN, C0TTEN & C?^
Cotton Factors and General Conni Merchants.
l?i> West lombard street, Baltimore.
LIBERAL advances made on consign?
ments. Ordors for gcnoral merchan?
Henry Gwynn, of Baltimore; R. R. Cot
ten, lato of Tarboro, N. C.; Walter Gwynn,
Jr.. of South Carolina. Oot ll ||?3mo
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Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps aro inn- |
tatod and counterfeited, aad purchaaora
will have to use caution iu purchasing.
I. k W. C. SW?FF1? '
SHB?0 as USUSt !
fill il WINTER1
NOW IN STORE.
SUITS FROM $7.50 TO $60.
AFULL LINE OF
NEW STYLE PAPER AND LINEN COLLARS.
A splendid lino of FRENCn and ENG?
LISH CASSIMEHE. which will ho made to
order in tho LATEST STYLES and at LOW
E?crythiug that is new in the way of
H ^V T H ?
N. B.-Our CLOTHING in nearly all of
OUR OWN MANUFACTURE.
Sr pt 20_MAIN STREET.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps have
hoon before the American public for tho
laut eiglitoon years. _
rr. - WILL please call and ob
S??m(lf\ serve that M rn. C. E. REED
HftVi IL Kl hay just received nial opened
jBp'.i\J| for sulo and inspection, tho
"^tt-ftllsl'l moBt Fashionable Stock of
??S&yE?y FRENCH and ENGLISH MIL
* ??^XLINERY, in all varioties.
An assortment of CLOAKS; a varioty of
Curls, Coils. Waterfalls and Switches; in
fact, HAIR in every shape, color and de?
scription. Cull and see for yourselves.'
Main street, next d?or to Mr. E. Pollard's
drug store. OctO
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps have a
depot in all the largo citios in the Union.
IF tho Ladies will call at
xjSS&k. Mrs. S. A. SMITH'S, they can
>P?\85?l,o united in tho WINTER
tJWBSSQ STYLES of Bonnets, Hats,
TBsWS?B Flowers and Ribbons, which
/jgjMftFrW HU0 wul "I"'11 Ihis day.
w&f^JlHaving just retained from
t?/JO? New York, am propared to
JP .an ?how tho LATEST and moat
?t*>! FASHIONABLE STYLES.
Call, Ladies, no troublo to show goods.
Oct 8 _Imo
Wolfe's Schiedam Srhnapiis aro put
up in quart and pint bottles, with the pro
prietor's name tm tho bottle, cork and
K'?TGH R. GARDEN,
Attorney at Law and Heal Estate Agent,
Wnrrentbn, Fauquier County, Virginia.
XTtTILL nay special attention tooxami
V\ nation of TITLES, CONVEYANC?
ING, Ac. O lit ra for suh; tour hundred
Embracing some of tho host Mineral,
Grazing and Agricultural Lands in tho
State, in sections whom thc POPULATION
?? UNEXCEPTIONABLE, ?uni climate un?
surpassed. Tho changed system ot labor
necesnltatfH tho diviaion ?>f estates, por?
tions of which aro offered for salo or leaso
on most reasonable terms. Correspond?
ence solicited and information promptly
RKFKKEXCES.-Hon. Wm. F. DeSauesure,
Gen. Wade Hampton, Columbia, 8. C.;
Rev. B. M. Palmer, D. D., Gen. James
Longstreet, New Orleans, La.; Judge Wm.
J. Robertson, Charlottesville, Va.; Hon.
John Randolph Tucker, Middleburg, Va.;
Lambort Oittings & Co., Baltimore, Md.
AddroBsjno as above. _Oct 3 3mo
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps is tho
puresj^qjmj^manufactured in the world.
Vw of ??. Alps-This cordUlbM
"Qjyjobe tasted to be appreciated._
Wolfe's Schiedam Sehaappa are good
fe?.^i^noy and bladder complaints.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps ?re a
preventive for chilla and fever.
IF NOT, GALL AT1 ONCE AND EXAMINE THE CHOICE SELECTION OF
NOW OPENING, and FOR SALE, and cheap enough to satisfy tho most economical,
at the atoro of M. WINSTOCK. The Ladies' attention is particularly invited to
the stock of
Consisting of PRINTS, beautiful patterns and fast colors; Brown and Bleached
DOMESTICS, good and cheap DELAINES, ALPACAS, FLANNELS, LINSE YS,
CASSIMERES, for Gents aud BOVH, and PIECE GOODd of all description,
White Goods o?* all Inscriptions,
Ladies' Oloalts ol* tlie Latest Styles,
New Style of Balmoral Sliirts,
vVll Descriptions ot" Hoop Skirts, j
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
COUNTRY DEALERS, and tho PUBLIC IN GENERAL, are respectfully invited to
call and look at my goods, as they will bo shown with pleasure, ana you will lind that
wo sell cheaper than tho cheapest in tho city.
rVt . "W I TV S T O C K ,
R. C. ANDERSON
HAS JUST RETURNED FROM NEW YORK WITH THE MOST
BENT'S READY-MADE CLOTHING
TO BE FOUND I? THIS MARKET
CHEAP CLOTHING, GOOD CLOTHING and thc VERY BEST OF CLOTHING.
Suits from ?ti.50 to 175.00: or, in fact, at any price to suit /our pocket
Children's, BOVH', Youth's and Young Men's CLOTHING, an excellent assort?
ment, REALLY CHEAP.
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS.
TRAVELING SHAWLS. Lan Robes, Cardigan Jackets, Wool Scarfs, Rubber Ovor
Coats, Capes, Ponchos and Rubber Traveling Pillows.
ATS A TNT 33 OAFS.
A superb assortment of Gent's, Youth's and Children's, SILK, CASSIMERE,
BRUSH FELT, WOOL und CLOTH HATH, all of the most fashionable styles.
UMBRELLAS, TRAVELING TRUNKS, CARPET BACS, VALISES, LADIES' HAT
CASES, Ac, Ac.
Having Mr. \V. W. WALKER with me, and a splendid assortmont ot CLOTHS, CAS?
SIMERES, VESTINGS, Ac, on band, we are prepared to make up to measure, at short
notice, ANYTHING A MAN WANTS, at prices to suit the times.
R. C. ANDERSON,
COTTON GIN WAREHOUSE.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY,
HANOFAOTUREU AX1) FOE HALE, WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL, BY
A. R. COLTON, COLUMBIA, S. C.
TnE facilities I have for MANUFACTURING and connection with moro than
twenty First-Class Manufacturers-warrant me in oftering tho most liberal induce?
ments to tho largest dealers. Orders respectfully rolieitod and promptly exocuted.
Descriptive catalogues sent free.
A. R. COLTON.
DILLON'S PATENT UNIVERSAL COHOS TIES WI) IRON HOOP
THIS TIE, with the HOOr COMPLETE, weighs no more than tho usuel Rope used
in baling cotton, and renders an allowance for tare unnecessary; thc ONLY TIE
REQUIRING NO SLACK WHILE PUTTING ON, and 's so perfect that the necessity
for heavy hoops, to make up for deficiencies in tho tie, is entirely obviated. 0?n h1:
sold by tho pound or ton as cheaply as the hoavy hoops and less perfect UOB. Each
and every tia is warranted perfect. Science and practical nee will have tho effect of
the Iron Tie entirely superseding the imo of rope-its combination of advantages, UH
preservation of the cotton when baled from consumption by lire, rendering its security
lo Insurance Companies a .matter for consideration, both ulolo in warehouse or on
shipboard, and its simplicity of usn and economy combined.
?a. For sale, in large or small quantities, by J. A T. R. AGNEW,
Aug 25 Columbia, S. C.
Bacon, Lard, Butter, Bice.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO Sc SON.
WE will eell, at oar Auction i-toro, TO?
MORROW (Wednesday) MORNING, th? .
16th inst., at 10 o'clock, without reserve,
1,200 lbs. PRIME CLEAR SIDE?,
2,500 lbs. Primo Shoulden*,
1,000 lbs. Primo Sugar-Cured N. Y. Strips
500 lbs. Prime Smoked Bellies,
5 bbls. Sugar,
5 bbls. Primo New Rice, just in,
5 kegs Prime Goshen Butter,
10 firkins Puro Loaf Lard,
15 tubs Lard,
1,000 lbs. Durham Smoking Tobacco,
15 boxes Family Soap,
10 boxeB Fancy Toilet Soaps.
Terms cash. Unlimited articles receive
up to hour of sale._ Oct 16 2
The State of South Carolina.
IN EQUITY-SUMTER DISTRICT.
Francis A. Mood and Susan B., his wife,
and others, vs. John S. Richardson, Sr.,
John B. Richardson, Jr.. Margaret Y.
Logan, and otbors.-Bill for Partition
IN obedionco to an order in tho abovo
stated case, I will offer for sale, at pub?
lic outcry, at Columbia, on the FIRST
MONDAY in November next, at a price of
not less than Fifteen Hundred Dollars,
that lot of land in the city of Columbia,
'.vhieh. in a deed of conveyance, dated 23d .
March, 1855, is describod as that lot in Co?
lumbia, on tho North-west corner of the
intersection of Taylor and Bull streets,
containing, as tho lot then stood enclosed,
one half acre, more or less, bounded on
tho 8outh by Taylor street, on the East by
Bull street, on the North by Mrs. E. O.
Brovard's lot, and on the West by Robert
TERMS.-One-fourth cash, and the bal?
ance either for cash or at the option of the
fmrchaser, on a credit of one year, with
nterest from tho day of sale, scoured by
the bond of lbs psrcbssGr, with ml lanai
two good sureties, and a mortgage of the
proml-es. I'm -chaser to pay for ail neces?
sary papers. J. R. KENDRICK,
Oct 5 26 Com. Equity 8. D.
A Truly Wonderful Medicine!
Liver Complaint Cured hy Queen's
THE symptoms of Liver Complaint are
uneasiness and pain in the right side,
and soreness upon touch immediately
under tho inferior ribs; inability to he
upon the left side, or, if at all, a dragging
sensation is produced which seriously
affects respiration, causing, very often, a
troublesome cough. Together with these
symptoms, we perceive a coated tongue,
acidity of the stomach, deficiency of per?
spiration, and sometimes a sympathetic
pain in the shoulder, with a great disposi?
tion to sleep, and depression of spirits,
and sometimes sores in the mouth or
throat. These symptoms, if permitted to
continue, will eventually produce consump?
tion, the most banelul of all diseases.
The symptoms of Dyspepsia are various;
those affecting the stomach are nausea,
heart-burn, loss of appetite, disgust for
food, sometimes a depraved appetite,
sense of fulness or weight in the stomach,
sinking or fluttering in the pit of the sto?
mach, sour eructations, coated tongue,
acidity of the stomach, hurried and diffi?
cult breathing, ?cc.
The sympathetic affections are very di?
versified-cold feet, pain or weakness
through the limbs, swimming of the hoad,
sudden flushes of neat, Ac.
Tho uso of the QUEEN'S DELIGHT
should be persevered in until every symp?
tom of Dyspepsia has vanished, and health
is entirely restored.
Derangements of Liver and Stomach
Are sources of insanity. From disorder
or obstruction, a morbid action of the sym
?iathetio and other nerves follows, and the
unctions of the bram are impaired and
doranged: derangement tbero will also
produce disease of the heart, skin, lungs
and kidneys. It is owing to the same
cause that thousands die with Cholera,
Bilious or Yellow Fever, and that most
baneful disease, Consumption.
The origin of numerous cases of Con?
sumption is impaired digestion ; and many,
many casos of supposed Consumption
could be eutirely cured by the use of the
QUEEN'S DELIGHT, as the emaciation,
debility and cough attending weakness of
the digestive organs are so near allied to
the symptoms of Consumption, that the
one disease is frequently mistaken for the
It is a well-established fact that fully
one-half of tho female portion of our
population aro seldom in tue enjoyment of
good health, or, to uso their own expres?
sion, "never feel well." They aro languid,
dovoid of all energy, extremely nervous
and have no appetite. To this class of
invalids, the Queen's Delight is especially
recommended. Their peculiar tonic and
invigorating properties render it invalua?
ble in such cases. Tho patient should im?
mediately discard all pills and powders, as
thoy only woaken tho system, and resort to
tho uso of tho Queen's Delight, the inva?
riable result of which will bo a strong and
hearty constitution, a disappearance of all
nervousness, a good appetite and a perfect
restoration to health.
Weak und delicate children are made
strong by using tho Queen's Delight. In
fact, it is" a Family Medicine; it can bo ad?
ministered with perfect safety to a child
throo months old, the most delicate tamala
or a man of nir .ty.
av Bo euro and ask for "HEINITSH'S
QUEEN'S DELIGHT;" none tither is genu?
ino. For sale by FISHER ? HEINITSH,
J"uly 9 Druggists, Cohn thia, S. Q. 9
Wolfe'* Schiedam Schnapps aro good
for nil nrhiary^omplaints. _
CAMO?N, S. C.
A ySttC^X THE subscriber takes
pleasure in lniorming his
friends and tho public gen
__"orallv, that ho has re-opon
ed tue Di.KAMI HOUSE, which baa been
thoroughly renovated, and is now ready
for tho accommodation of the traveling
oublie, whose patronage is respectfully so
licitod. COACHES always in readiness to
convey passengers to and from the hotel.
Tho" Proprietor promises to do all in his
power for tho comfort of his guests.
Sept 10 J. W. RODGERS, Proprietor^
TH0S. E. GREGG & 00.,
STOCKS, Bonds, Gold and Excbango
bought, and ?nl<l omeo st GREGG ?
CO.'8._ _ _July 31
HAVING procured a RE?
LIABLE ASSISTANT, my
patrons can now bo as efli
1 eton?ly served as formerlv.
August 31 D. P. GREUG.