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^ Cftblo Despatches. PARIS, October 18.-The Emperor referred the Austrian Bishops' pro? test against the concordat to a minis? terial council. At a ministerial council held at St. doini, Napoleon presiding, it was resolved that France should imme? diately intervene for the settlement of the Roman question, without any longer acting in concert with Italy. The London Times urges Italy to seize Rome, and then treat with France. It declares that tho boldest policy is tho best for Italy. Kew? Items. CHARLESTON, October 18.-Arrived to-day-British ship Sedburg, Bahia. Sailed-British schooner Navita, St. Johns, N. B. ; schooner David Faust, Boston. NEW ORLEANS. Octobor IS.-Fever interments 31. The Howard Asso? ciation of this oity has sent fifteen nurses to Memphis, to nttend the yellow fever patients there. # BALTIMORE, Octobor 18.-Twelve or fifteen shots were fired from a negro military company, and a white boy killed instantly. The coroner's verdict was that death was occasioned by a musket boll, fired from the rear rank of a negro military company, supposed to be the "Butler Guards;" and that it was totally without cause or provocation. / NEW YORK, October 18.-A boiler exploded at Pier No. 5, North River, to-day, demolished a building and carried itself into the river; killed two men and wounded five. A Havana despatch states that Santa Anna has beau sentenced to eight years' banishment. BOSTON, October 18.-Benzine, with which somo women were clean? ing furniture here to-day, ignited, burning one of them to death and hopelessly injuring the other. BURDENTON, VT., October 18. The premature explosion of a slato blast, to-day, injured seven persons three fatally; two kegs of powder poured into a crevice exploded, it is supposed from .the firo remaining from u previous blast. WASHINGTON, October 18.-In a well -authenticated conversation, the President expressed himself to the following effect: Regarding impeach? ment, he apprehended that the radi? cal leaders would become more des? perate than ever, and hesitate at nothing to accomplish their revolu? tionary purposes. Referring to the suspension before conviction, he de? clared he would resist with all the powers which tho Constitution fur? nishes for its own protection. On the Cabinet, he said circum? stances necessitated change, and be? fore the meeting of Congress a change would be made; he will neither consult nor be governed by party cliques, but draw around him men of ability, nerve and patriotism. Alluding to Gen. Sherman, he said he would bo here between the 10th and 17th of November-in ample time for tho discharge of any duty, however responsible, which may de? volve upon him. Custom receipts for tho week end? ing on the 12th, 82,938,000. Internal revenue receipts to-day $254,000. A. base ball convention met in Har? risburg, Pa., to-day. Twenty olubs were represented. The Pythian Oftifb, colored, of Philadelphia, was excluded. WILMINGTON, October 18.-The Republicans nominated Gen. J. C. Abbott and S. S. Ashley, (white,) and A. H. Galloway, (colored,) for the Convention. Some of tho negroes are dissatisfied because not two of their color are on the ticket. SAN FRANCISCO, October 18.-Par? tial returns from twenty-one Counties give Spraguo (Democrat) a majority of 1,106. His election is coneeded. ST.'Louis, October 18.-There is a close quarantine below Cairo. FALL MILLINERY. IF tho Ladios will call at Mrs. 8.-A. SMITH'S, they can be suited in the WINTER [STYLES of Bonnets, Mats, i Flowers and Ribbons, which sho will open this day. Having just returned from New York, am prepared to show the LATEST and moat FASHIONABLE STYLE8. Call, Ladios, no troublo to show goods. Oct 8_Imo Wolfe's 'Schiedam Schnapps is tho purest liquor manufactured in the world LADIES <TJ. - WILL please call and ob ?UWf% "ervo that Mr?. O. E. REED ?Bfll it S nua jU8t ruceiv?fl aU(l opened mfx iniJifor an<* inspection, the "^?JWIJSJ most Fashionable Stock of i^&f&L FRENCH and ENGLISH MIL 9 ?^?i^VLINERY, in all varieties. ALSO, An assortment of CLOAKS; a variety of Curls, Coilsj Waterfalls and Switches- Jn fact HAIR :r. every shape, color and de? scription. Call and seo fer Yourselves. Main etreot, next door to Mr. E. Pollard's drng store_Oct 9 OUR HOUSE, BY D. MoGUINNIS, On Assembly Street, East Side, Opposite the North End of the Market. t?~~. LUNCH every day/dfe. s~\ ??1 'rom l l to 1 o'clock. ^\Lfi?V U?STER8, FISH ^?GF ^>-and GAME, of all kinds, served in the bost stylos at all hours. The host cf WINES, LIQUORS, BEER, 8EGARS and TOBACCO, constantly on hand. Oct ? 3mo FIirANCIAIi ANO COMMERCIAL. Naw YORK, Ootober 18-Noon. Gold 44}?. Mouoy active, at 7 per cent.; sterling-time 9; sight 9^ @9J^. Flour 20@80o. lower. Wheat 4@2c. lower. Corn l@2c. lower. Oats la lower. Mess pork 22.31? 22.60. Lard dulL Whiskey quiet. Cotton quiet, at 19. 7 P. M.-Cotton easier; "sales 1,800 bales, at 18}?@19. Flour dull State 89@$10.25. Wheat-amb'or. State $2.75; white Michigan 83.85. Mixed corn $1.87)?@1.39. Pork $22.31. Lard 13>?@14>?. Gold 44. BALTIMORE, October 18.-Cotton very dull-middling 18 ?^@19. Wheat! dull-prime and choice declined 5c. ; j other grades 10c; receipts large. Corn dull, nt $firstname.lastname@example.org. Oats dull, at 17. CINCINNATI, October 19.-Flour de? clined Kc. Com email@example.com. Mess rjork 22: shoulders li; clear sides 18. Lard 13. CHAKLESTON, October 18.-Cotton opened with a 'declining tendency, and prices fell off %?}?o. ; sales 305 bales-New York middling 17; ^re? ceipts 850. AUGUSTA, October 18.-Cotton less act;.o and prices off }?c. ; ?nies 242 bales-middling 16; receipts 445. NEW ORLEANS, October 18.-Sales of cotton 800 bales-low middling 17M?18; week's sales 6,050; week's receipts 6,804; exports 3,789; stock 28,043. Flour dull and lower grades drooping. Corn firm-white .$1.40. Pork very dull, at $firstname.lastname@example.org. Gold 44K.. SAVANNAH, October 18.-Cotton quiet and steady; sales 500 bales middling 17}.?; receipts 1.800; re? ceipts o? ine week 10,398; stock on hand 10,976. LIVERPOOL, October 17-Evening. Cotton unchanged; sales 15,000 bales. LONDON, October 18-2 P. M. Consols 93?.?. Bonds 68}?. LIVERPOOL, October 18-2 P. M. Cotton firmer and moro active, but prices unchanged. HUGH" R. GARDEN, Atlornev at Law and Real Estate Ascent, Warrenlon, Fauquier Cornily, Virginia, WILL pav special attention to exami? nation of TITLES, CONVEYANC? ING, ?O. Offers for salo four hundred VIRGINIA FARMS, Embraciug somo of tho best Mineral, Grazing and Agricultural Lands in tho State, in sections where tho POPULATION IS UNEXCEPTIONABLE, and climate un? surpassed. Tho changed system of labor necessitates the division of estates, por? tions of which aro offered for salo or lease on most reasonable terms. Correspond? ence solicited and information promptly furnishdK REFERENCES.- Hon. Wm. F. DeSaussure, Gen. Wade Hampton, Columbia, S. C.; Rev. B. M. Palmer, D. D., Gen. James Longstreet, New Orleans, La.; Judge Wm. J. Robertson, Charlot tes v?le, Va.; Hon. John Randolph Tucker, Middloburg, Va.; Lambert Gittings A; Co., Baltimore, Md. Address mo as above. Oct 3 3ruo Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapp? arc imi? tated and counterfeited, aad purchasers will have to uso oaution in purchasing. Mount Zion Collegiate Institute. THE Trustees of this Institution will hold their usual annual election for a PRINCIPAL thereof, for the ensuing year, ai tho Court Houso in Winnsboro, on FRI? DAY, tho first day of November next, at 10 o'clock A. M. Candidates will address the undersigned. Bv order of tho Board of Trustees. O'ot 4 JAMES H. RION, Secretary. FOR SALE. ONE of the most elegantly finished and desirably situatedRESIDENCES ?In tho city of Columbia-known as tho Bronson property-containing eight (8) largo fino rooms, together with Bath Room, Water Closet, Dressing Rooms and Pantries; all being abundantly furnished with Hot and Cold Water throughout. Tko Kitchen is also fnrnishod with Hot and Cold Water. Thero is also on tho pro? mises a Well of excellent water and a number of most choice Fruit Trees of various kinds. For elegance and comfort, it is not surpassed in tho city. To an ap? proved purchaser, terms will be made ac? commodating. For particulars, applv to H. M. GIBSON. N. B.-Tho FURNITURE will bo sold with tho house, if desired. Pot 1 imo A BARGAIN! ASTATIONARY STEAM ENGINE, 35 horso power, in completo order: plain cylinder boiler, d', feet long, by 36 inches diameter; heater I foot long, bv 20 inches diameter; iron sm /co-stack, with cast iron bottom, plato and damper. Also, a Circu? lar SAWMILL. Tho engine and saw mill can bo seen at tho Congaree Iron Works. Apply to it. MCDOUGALL, Columbia, S. C. S3- The Charlotte 2VretM will copy threo times weekly, and forward bill to thia office._Sept 20 $500 REWARD X South Carolina Railroad Company, GEN'L SUPERINTEND'S OFFICE, OCTOBER 14, 1867. FIVE HUNDRED D?LBAUS will bo paid for the apprehension of, and proof to convict, tho miacre&nts wno re? moved tho RAIL from this Company's Track, near Hookina T. C., ou ino night or tho 12th or morning of che 13th inst. H. T. PEAKE, Oct 15 7 Gen'l Superintendent._ Th3 Daughter of an Empress, AN Historical NOVEL of the Court of iZusaia, by Muhlbach; price M.50. . Sunset on tho Hobrew Mountains; by MacdufTs Helena's Household, a Tale of Romo in thc First Century. A Defenco of Virginia, and through her of tho South; by Prof. Dabney. How to MakeMouov and How to Koop it. Our Fatbor'a Busineaa; by Dr. Gurth rie. Hereward, tho Last of tho English; by Kingsley. Caate, a London Novel, and other new booka, at McCarter'a bookstore. fcOct 1 ^ R. L. BRYAN. COLUMBIA MARKET. Report f?r Week ending Friday, October 18. Mo particu!ar change in connt ry produce. All articles freely taken at current rates. PinKMX OFFICE, COLUMBIA, 8. C., Oct. 18. At tho beginning of the week, the cotton market opened rather languid; but favor? able advices from Liverpool caused an ad? vance in the Charleston and Northern mar? kets, and a proportionate advance in this market, with a good demand-so that all the colton offered was readily takon, on tho basis of 15J@16c. for middling. Tho Bales of cotton for the week foot up 280 bales, as follows: 2 bales at 14 5; 15 at 1-1A; 26 at 15; 20 at 154; 112 at 15*;'31 at 15' ; 10 nt 15}; 15 at 15] ; 20 at 15J; 23 at 16. The following buying rates of South Ca? rolina Bank Notes, is prepared by Thoa. E. Gregg, Broker: Bank of Camden.30. Bank of Charleston..18 Bank of Chester .0 . Bank of Georgetown.13 Bank of Nowberry.85 Bank of South Carolina. 8 Bank of State of South Carolina, [old,]..15 Bank of Stato of South Carolina, [now,]. 5 Bank of Hamburg. 15 Commercial Bank.2 Exchange Bank.'..10 Planters' Bank. 7 Farmers and Exchango Bank. 1 State Bank.3 Union Bank.65 South-Western Railroad Bank, [old,J... .25 People's.45 Planters bnd Mechanics.17 Merchants'. 7 Whole-unit- Price? Curren I. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY TUE COLUMBIA BOARD OF TRADE. APPLES-Per bushel.SI 50? 1 75 BAGGING-Gunny, per yard.29@30 Dundee " . 30 BALE ROPE-Manilla, per lb.... 26?28 N. Y. or weat, pr lb.. 16320 BACON-Hains, per lb.25?28 Sides " .20? 22 Shoulders, " .18?19 BUTTER-Northern, per lb.40?5O Countrv, " .30? 35 BRICKS-Per 1,000.9 00@12 Oil COTTON YARN-1er bunch. . 1 0000 2 00 C01TON-Strict Middling, per lb.. 16 Gh Middling. " ..15$?15J Low Middling, " ..15 ?154 CANDLES-Sperm, por lb.37?45 Adamantine, " .240025 Tallow, 11 .18? 20 COFFEE-Rio, per lb.250028 Lagnayra, ".28@30 Java, " .40@45 CHEESE-English Dairv, per lb...l9@20 factory, " -19@20 FLOUR-Country, per bbl.. .11 00? 12 50 GRAIN-Corn, per bash.1 25001 50 Wheat, " .1 65@2 00 Oats, " . 00? G5 Peas, ?? .1 0001 25 HAY-Northern, per cwt. Eastern " . HIDES-Dry, per lb. 12J?18 Green, " . M INDIGO-Carolina.1 00? 1 25 LARD-Per lb.15 @16J LUMBER-Boards, per 100 it. 1 51? Scantling, " . 1 50 Shingles, per 1,000. 2 75 LIME-Per bbl.il 70022 HO MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon.58?60 New Orleans, " 1 00001 25 Sugar House. .. .75001 25 NAILS-Per keg.6 75008 00 ONIONS-Por bushol. 1 50?2 IK) OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. 05? 70 Machinery " .75? 1 00 POTATOE8-Irish, per bushel. 1 75002 00 Sweet* " . 75? 80 RICE-Carolina, per lb. 9? ll East India, " . SPECIE-Gold.1 41? 1 42 Silver.1 3O(?01 32 SALT-Liverpool, per sack. 3 25 Table, " . SOAP-Per bar. 9 0 12 SUGAR-("rushed, per lb.19 00 191 Powdered, " .19 Oj) 193 Brown, " .12J? 17 j SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon.... 6 00 Brandv, " .4 00?12 00 Holland Gin, "?...5 0007 00 American " " . ..3 5?04OO Jamaica Rum, M .. .6 00@7 00 N. E. " " ...3 50003 75 Bourbon Wliiskey,. .8 5004 50 Monongahela " . .3 75004 00 Rectified " ...2 5002 75 STARCH-Per lb.1O012A; TEA-Greeu, per lb.1 0002 00 Black, " .1 00001 50 TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.... 75001 50 Smoking, . 5000100 VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon.70?75 Cider, n .50? 60 . French, ?? ..1 25001 50 WINE-Champagne, per basket.250032 00 Port, per gallon.8 00005 00 Shem-, " .3 50006 00 Madeira, " .3 5000 00 DOMESTIC MARKET. MEATS-Pork, per lb. 15 Beef, ".121015 Mutton, " . 12i POULTRY-Turkeys, per pair. Ducks, lC . Chickens, " .15?S5 . Geese. " . TI mm im LIQUORS, WINES, SEGARS, TOBACCO, &C, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL? THE UNDERSIGNED bas fitted up his establishment, and has ra _ceived a large stork of tho finest f qualities and brands of LIQUORS. WINES, ALES, 8EGAR8, Smoking and Chewing TOBACCO, etc.; 8YRUPS, COR? DIALS and other articles. ALSO, JELLIES and BRANDY FRUITS of home production. In the rear of the wholosalc store, ho has a handsomely appointed SAMPLE IIOODI. ?.JvriIE?E the best of everything is 1 dispensed. REFRESHMENTS (OF all kinds-FISH, OYS? TERS, GAME, MEATS, AC.J -furnished at short notico.j and in the very best styles. SUPPER ROOMS. ATTACHED to the estab? lishment are commodious' r rooms, whore privato DINNERS and SUPPERS wUl bo furnished for any number of persons from two to 160. LUNCH every day, at ll o'clock. Ibo Proprietor pledges himsetf that ho will continue, as heretofore, to use his ut? most endeavors to give perfect satisfaction to his patrons and guests. 8ept 24 T. M. POLLOCK, Proprietor. Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapa should bo in tho hands of every housekeeper. HIEl?u Miii?iiL?, ?VpEW 8UOAB-C?REJD HAMS-reduced J3I prices. New MACKEREL-assorted packages. New Crop TEAS-very choice. PIOKLES, JELLIES and PRESERVES. CANNED- SALMON, L0B8TER, OYSTER8. (fresh.) PEACU.ES, TOMATOES, Ac. DRIED BEEF, Smoked Tongues, Bacon Striss, Primo Cutting Cheese-all fresh to hand. LAMPS and OIL. Full assortment LIQUOBS-guaranteed pure. For sale ut REASONABLE BATES, by GEORGE 8YMMEBS, Oct 18 " Main street, Columbia. IS A ll) SlILZBACHER, AT THF- SIGN CF THE mm SPECTACtESt _mm_r>~xM iIAS on hand a splendid ^JSl?ry^mw assortment of SniaSnl WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SPE CTACLES.Ac. Having moved to tho Main street, he.? is determined to continue to soil goodsroV at rates LOWER than can be piircbaacdvw elsewhere. j\ REPAIRING, in alL its branches, at JL unusual low rates. H fm ?ALL WORK GUARANTEED/.^ FOR ONE YEAR. nAIR JEWELRY made to order and mounted, by I. SULZBACHER, Main street, Ono door South Phoenix oftko. Oct 13_ _ PROCLAMATION. [By His Excellency JAMES L. OUR, Go? vernor of South Carolina. "1T7HEREA8 information has been com Vv municatod to this Department that a brutal minder was committed in tho District of Laurens, on tho 30th of .luly last, on the bodv of one L. H. FOWLER, and that MARGARET FOWLER, tho wife of tho said deceased, was prosent, aiding and abetting in thc said murder, and that tho said Margaret has lied from justice: Now know ye, that I, the said JAMES L. ORR, Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over tho Stato aforesaid, to tho end that tho said Margaret Fowler may be brought to trial and condign punishment for tho said murder, do hereby offer a reward of TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS for her arrest and safe delivery in any jail in this Stato. Given ?ndor my hand and great seal of tho [L. S.] State, in tho city of Columbia, this 17th dav of October, 1807. JAMES L. ORR, Oct 18 2 Governor of South Carolina. ?o' Laureueville Herald copy twice. PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency JAMES L. ORR, Go? vernor of South Carolina. WHEREAS information has been com? municated to tiii? Department that ono ANDREW REED, freedman, formerly of Anderson Diatrict, but now residing in Soviersville, Strawberry Plains, Tennessee, did, on tho night of the 3d instant, felo? niously steal and carry away a dark bay marc, tho property of ono John Brinsdou, and has lied from justice: Now, know ye, that I, tho said JAMES L. ORR, Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over tho Stato aforesaid, to tho end that tho said Andrew Recd may bo brought to trial and condign punishment, do here? by offer a reward of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for his arrest and safo delivery in any jail in tho United States. Tho maro is a dark bay, four years old, with black legs, mane and tail, about fifteen hands two inches high, thick-sot, "and rather blue in tho right eye." Given under my hand and great seal of tho [L. H.] State, in the city ol Columbia, this 17th da . of October, 18G7. JAMES L. ORR, Oct 18 2 Governor of South Carolina. Money to Loan. "j\^TONEY lent on all kinda of collaterals, ISAAC SULZBACHER, At J. Sulzbachcr A Co.'s, next door to the rhtenix office._Oct 4 3 j. F. EISENMANN, Merchant Tailor, Main Street, Volger's Building, a WOULD respectfully inform ^??4 his friends and tho public, thatfllUfflL ft?he is now in receipt of hi? FALL? Wfflffl JOLaud WINTER STOCK of CAS-U/r/ SIMERE8, CLOTHS and VE8TING8-all Of tho VEBY LAT&T STYLES AND PATTEBNS and which will bo MADE UP in tho BEST MANNEB, at Bhort notice. Those who may need a GOOD SUIT, aro invited to call and examino my stock. Sept 19 Uno St. James Hotel, NEW ORLEANS, I.A. PROPBIETOBS: WM. A. nUBD, of Now Orleans. W. F. GORRERY, Spottswood Hotel, Rich? mond, Va. mW Telegraph and Railroad Offices in rotunda of Hotel._July 3 Gmo Dew ot tuc Alps.-Thia cordial baa only to be tasted to bo appreciated. Charleston Advertisements. G??N-POWDERj AT NEW YORK PRICES. A C\C\ PACKAGES of the celebrated *?\J\J ORANGE POWDER, in KegB, Half Kerrs, Quarter Kegs, Cases and Can? nisters, just received, per schooner "E. A. Conklin," from tho manufacturers direct, and will bo sold at tho lowest prices ever offered since tho war, FOR CASH, or CITY ACCEPTANCE. Applv to CHARLES H. MOISE, Sole Agent for South Carolina. No. 9 Hayno street, Charleston, 8. C. .Oct 18_3 IMPORTANT TO SHIPPERS OF COTTON. &C. COLUMBIA, 8. C., TO BALTIMORE, VIA CHARLESTON S. C.' TUE 8FLENUID SCREW STEAMSHIPS FALCON, - - E. C. REED, Com'r. SEA GULL, - N> P. DUTTON, Com'r. OF largo carrying capacity, making averago trips ot fifty-five to sixty hours, leavo Charleston once a week for Baltimore, and oner superior facilities for through freights to and from that port. Address COURTENAY A TRENHOLM, Shipping and Commission Merchants, Union Wharves, Charleston, 8. C. Or, MORDECAI A CO., Agents, Sept 21 tufCmo_Baltimore. Md. MRS. JOHN LAURENS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, IN CHARLESTON, will re? sume its exorcises OCTOBER at tho corner of Wentworth fand Smith Btrocts. English, French, Music, Dancing, Draw? ing, and tho accompbshmentB of a polito education, will bo thoroughly taught, and a careful attention given to tho formation of tho young ladies' man? ners and conversation. WEEKLY SOIREES will be given alter? nately for MUSIC and DANCING. For terms and particulars, address MRS. J. LAURENS, September 1 3mo Charleston. MILLS HOUSE, CHARLESTON. S. C. MTHIS well-known FIRST-CLASS HOTEL baa been thoroughly repair? ed, refitted and refurnished, and is now ready for tho accommodation of the traveling public, whose patronage is re? spectfully solicited. The proprietor promises to do all in bis power for the comfort of his guests. March 21 JOSEPH PURCELL, Prop'r. J Charleston Hotel, CHARLESTON. S. C. COACHES always in readiness to convey passengers to und from tho Hotel. Feb 26 WHITE A MIXER, Proprietors. Livery and Sale Stables, _ CHALMERS STREET, *Kg. Charleston, 8. C. DEI- c&cmjL. JlWlGHEN A BAKER, Pro-JgygE, M /I prietora Carriages, Phaetons, Bug Sies and Saddle Horses to hire, at all hours, mles and Horses for salo. Feb 27 B. H. C. SWAM AHEAD AS USUAL ! Hil li WINTER CLOTHING NOW IN STORE. sim HM tam TO sa AFULL LINE OF SHIRTS. HOSIERY, UNDER GARMENTS, GLOVES, TIES, TRAVELING SHAWLS. BLANKETS, ETC. NEW STYLE PAPER AND LINEN COLLARS. A splendid line of FRENCH and ENG? LISH CASSIMERE. which will be made to order in tho LATEST STYLES and at LOW PRICES. Everything that is new in thc w?y of H A. T S ! N. B.-Our CLOTHING is nearly all of OUR OWN MANUFACTURE. WALKER'S BLOCK, Sept 20_MAIN 8TREET. Wolfe's Schiedam'Schnapps corrects tho chango of water._ Dr. D?b??y'? New work. ADEFENCE OF VIRGINIA, (and through her of the South.) By Dr. R. L. Dabney, of Virginia, author of "Life of Gen. Jackson." $1.50. Undor Two Flags. A Novel. By "Onida," author of "Idalia," "Randolph Gordon," "Strathmore," "Cecil Oaetlomoinos," "Gage," etc. ?2. Also, Fashion Books, for October-Go dey's Lady's Book, Domorest's, Fr.fi,k Leslie's Book of Fashion and Peterson's. Also, tho Eltctic for Octobor. At DUFFIE & CHAPMAN'S Sept 21 _Bookstore. Woodenware, Brooms, &c. TTTE have just receivod a full assortment YV of tho following: TUBS, MEASURES, ROLLING PINS, Buckets, Flour Pails, Ladlos, Spoons, Butter Spades, Clothes Pins, > Wash Boards, Brooms, Whisks, Hearth Brooms, Ac. For sale at low figures by J. A T. P.. AGNEW. -?Li*ot;?o:o. Sales Groceries in Variety. By JACOB LEVIN. ON MONDAY MORNING NEXT, at 10 o'clock, I will soil, at my Auction Boom, sale positivo, the following articles: BACON 8TBIP8, Prime Lard, Sugar and Coffeo, Molasses, Goshen Cheese, Family and Castile Soap, Mustard, Ground Popper. Sweet Oil, Vinegar, Oolong Tea, . . Anderson's Cut Tobacco. Durham Tobacco, SegarB in variety, Matches, Twine, Large Wrapping Paper, Chowing Tobacco, Northern Potatoes, Ac, Ac. ALSO, Sundrv articles DRY GOODS, nats. Shoes, Ac. A very handsome INGRAIN CARPET, entirely new. Office STOVES, Ac, Ac. _Oct 19 2 "SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtno ot a writ of fieri facias, directed to me, I will sell, on the FIRST MONDAY in NOVEMBER next, before the Court House, in Columbia, within tho legal hours, tho following property, viz: The STORE HOUSE on Washington street, second frame building from Rich? ardson street, formerly occupied by Han nahan A Warley, but recently occupied by Muller A Semi, levied on as tho property of Hannahan A Warley, at tho suit of the State of South Carolina vs. Hannahan A Warlcv, for taxes. Terms cash. Oct 12 j F. W. GREEN, S. R. D. The State of South Carolina. IN EQUITY-SUMTER DISTRICT. Francis A. Mood and Susan R., his wife, and others, vs. John S. Richardson, Sr., John 8. Richardson. Jr.. Margaret Y. Lv-g?u, und others.-Rill for Partition and Account. IN obedience to an order in the above stated case, I will offer for salo, at pub? lic outcry, at Columbia, on tho FIR8T MONDAY in November next, at a price of not less than Fifteen Hundred Dollars, that iot of land in tho city of Columbia, which, in a deed of conveyance, dated 23d March, 1855, is described as that lot in Co? lumbia, on tho North-west corner of tho intersection of Taylor and Bull streets, containing, as the lot then stood enclosed, ono half aero, more or less, bounded on tho South by Taylor street, on tho East by Bull street, on tho North by Mrs. K. G. Brovard's lot, and on tho Weot by Robert Bryce's lot. TEEMS.-One-fourth cash, and the bal? ance either for cash or at thc option of the purchaser, on a credit of ono year, with interest from tho day of sale, secured by thc bond of tho purchaser, with at least two good sureties, and a mortgage of tho precises. Purchaser to pay for all neces? sary papers. J. B. KENDRICK, Oct 5 2C _ Com. Equity S. D. _ A Truly Wonderful Medicine! HELOTS OLEEX'S DELIGHT, Liver Complaint Cured by Queen's Deught. THE symptoms of Liver Complaint aro uneasiness and pain in the right side, and soreness upon touch immediately under the inferior ribs; inability to ho 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 tho mouth or throat. These symptoms, if permitted to continuo, will eventually produce consump? tion, tho most baneful of all diseases. Dyspepsia. Tho 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, Binking or fluttering in the pit of the sto? mach, sour eructations, coated tongue, acidity of the stomach, hurried and diffi? cult breathing, Ac. The sympathetic affections are very di? versified-cold feet, pain or weakness through the limbs, swimming of the head, sudden flushes of neat, Ac The uso of tho QUEEN'S DELIGHT should bo persevered in until every symp? tom of Dyspepsia bas 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? pathetic and other nerves follows, and the f anet nuis of tho brain are impaired and deranged; derangement there will also produce disease of the heart, skin, lungs * and kidneys. It is owing to the samo causo that thousands die with Cholera, Bilious or Yellow Fevor, and that moat baneful disease, Consumption. Tho origin of numerous cases of Con? sumption is impaired digestion; and many, many cases of supposed Consumption could bo entirely cured by tho uso of the QUEEN'S DELIGHT, as tho emaciation, debility and cough attending woakuees ot tho digestive organs are so near allied to the symptom? of Consumption, that the ono disease is frequently mistaken for tho other. Notice. It is a well-establiehed fact that fully one-half of tho female portion of our population are seldom in tho enjoyment of good hoalth, or, to uso their own expres? sion, "never feol well." They aro languid, devoid of all energy, extremely nervous and have no appetite. To this class of invalids, the Queen's Delight is especially recommended. Their peculiar tonio ann invigorating properties render it invalua? ble in Buch cases. The patient should im? mediately discard all pills and powders, as they only woaken the system, and resort to the use of tho Quccz.'? Doli?ht, *r.o inva? riable roault of which will bo a strong and hearty constitution, a disappearance of alt norvousnesB, a good appetite and a perfect restoration to health. Weak and delicate children are made strong by using the Queen's Delight. In fact, it is a Family Medicine; it can be ad? ministered with perfeot safety to a child three months old, the most delicate female or a man of ninety. ter Be euro and ask for "HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT:" nono other ie gena ino. For ealo by FISHER A HEINIT8H, July 9 Druggists, Columbia, 8. C. THOS. E. GREGG & CO., BROKERS. STOCKS, Bonds, Gold and Exohango bought and sold. Office at GREGG A CO.'8._ July 31 Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps aro put up in quart and pint bottles, with the pro? prietor's name on the bottle, cork aud label.