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Sunday Morning, October 20, 1867. gapersbnndant Capital In England. The latest London Times makes the anncr>ncemont, that "there is an accumulation of unemployed capital beyond all example and belief," in England at the present time. The explanation of the Times, of this extraordinary state of financial af? fairs, is that it is the re-action from over-speculation-that the people were so badly hurt by the speculat? ing mania, which but recently had over-spread the -whole country, that they are afraid of letting their capital out of their hands. The New York Herald, of the 16th, takes a different view of the cause of this plethora of money in the British Empire, which may be summed up in a few sentences, viz: that there are no longer legitimate enterprises enough to absorb the accumulated capital of that country; that the country is covered with a not-work of railroads, and no more probability of enterprises of that kind; manufactures have attained the limits of demand for them, and no new capital is need? ed there; the mines, which were ex? ceedingly valuable, and which were the foundation of British manufac? tures, have reached their highest production, and that British states? men are looking forward even to the time they will be gone; and that os to agriculture, th it ?. in be carried little further, and tb">t there is little or no room for tho employment of capital in that branch of productive industry-England now being highly cultivated, in foot, the whole face of the country looks Uko a gardon. Snch, in brief, are the arguments embraced in the Herald's article, to prove that tho people of England have no way to invest their capital at home. So nie of the arguments used are plausible, to say the least of them; but John Bull has fields of enterprise throughout tho wide-spread domain which acknowledges and boasts of the rule of tho British Queen. The colonies, and India, still furnish field.; for enterprise, and consequent? ly for capital; but capital is timid, and its owners would rather retain it within n reasonable distanco, so that they could control it in the hour of need. True, much of this capital might bo invested in United States securities, but then again, with its natural and accustomed timidity, capital holds off, in view of the poli? tical unceitaintics in our public affairs. Bnt there are other investments in this country, especially iu that por? tion of it now known as military dis? tricts. In the territory embraced in these districts, are rich and cheap lands, productive mines, magnificent water-power for manufactories, towns and villages to -be built, all wanting capital to develop them. Political causes cannot interfere with money invested in lands, and if tho English capitalist does not choose to cultivate the lands himself, ho can advance money to tho planters ?ou their scou . rity. Therefore, would it not be a good idea, in connection with State agencies to send out labor, for finan? cial agents to bo appointed, to visit those overflowing money markets, and by proper representations, to induco some of that commodity to come to our assistance ? We think it would bo, at least, partially suc? cessful. -.-??-. Mrs. Harper, the negress, made a speoch in Philadelphia u few days ago, in which she said the negroes would not amalgamate with the poor whites. We quote from the Press: "I do not regard our people's con? dition as the saddest in the South far sadder is the condition of tho poor white people. They have all the ignoranco of the slave, with all tho pride of tho mn.??ter Th cv do not appear to belong to any race. Too proud to allow their children to go to the same school with ohildren of our race, I have yet seen them begging from the peoplo they affected to despise. Were our people willina lo amalgamate with tJum, there miglu be some hope for them; bul, as it is, I see none." PERSONAL.-Tho numerous friends of Miss M. A. Buio, familiarly known as the "soldiers* friend," by reason of her unceasing labors of love during thc wai, in behalf of the defenders of the "lost cause," will bo pleased to learn that she has accepted an invitation to "teach the young idea how to shoot" in California. IMPOETANT JUDICIAL RESIGNATION, j Hon. A. H. Handy, Chief Justice of the High Court of Errors of Missis? sippi, hos resigned his position, and his letter of resignation is published in the Mississippi papers. Tho cause assigned by Judge Handy, in his ad? mirable letter, is that the Command? ing General iu that State claims the right, and has the physical power at discretion, to eject from office, any or all of the Judges of the State, to appoint others in their places, and to set aside and annul the judgments of tho courts; and in short, to sot at naught the Constitution and laws of tho State, from and under which he alone holds bi* office. Ho says that he has boon educated to believe that a free and untrammel? ed judiciary, is tho bulwark of civil liberty in civil Governments. In an? other paragraph of his letter, he says that, although the asserted right has not beon put into exercise by the commanding officer in that State, yet the assertion of it places the judiciary in a condition of military duress, in whioh he cannot even scorn to ac? quiesce, by acting under it. He says that this condition of affairs, and a duo regard for the rightful powers and dignity of the judiciary, render it impossible for him that the supremo judicial tribunal of the State should suffer such a degradation at his hands, and self-respect impels him to retire from it, "while its dignity is un? diminished, and its purity unsullied." INTERESTING TO PLANTERS-A NEW CORN.-Tho Charleston Courier, of tho 18th, publishes a lotter from J. L. Jones, of 4'Friendship," in this State, concerning tho increased yield of a new corn, called tho Ohio -a whito pure flint corn. On one quarter of au acre, he raised te} ?. bushels of corn-or 137 bushels to the acre. Tho least number of ears on a stalk - was three; the highest, seven full-grown cars, with three small shoots-making ten shoots on a stalk that produced com. Tho stalk is largo and strong, yielding more fodder than any corn ho over saw; tho cob, in every instance, is whito, and not larger than the middle finger. Mr. Jones describes tho modo oi cultivating this corn, but wc do not porceivo much difference between that and tho ordinary culture. How? ever, ho expresses his intention to plant tho bulk of his next year's crop in the new cereal, and would doubtless furnish any information that might be requested by his bro? ther-planters. -? ? ? i THE SHERMAN AND JOHNSTON TREA? TY.-Every ono can understand thal if Gen. Sherman's treaty with Gen. Johnston had been approved by UK Administration, or by Gen. Grant, all the States would have been in thc Union in June, 18G5, the country would have been placed on the roar to prosperity, negro suffrage anc negro equality would have been kep in the back-ground, and all the troubles we have sinco had upon th? question of reconstruction woulc have been avoided. That documen recognized as much of State right; as the Nortuern people are willing t< concede, and may yet be the platforn of a Presidential party. Ex-Presi dont Buchanan recently had a con versation with a newspaper corres pondent, who says: "He [Mr. Buchanan] thinks tho the terms that were agreed on b; Genorals Joe Johnston and Shermai at tho timo of the surrender, wer tho wisest that could havo boen fol lowed." Slowly the public mind will com to the same conclusion. Funeral Invitation. Tho Frionds and Acquaintances of Mi and Mrs. O. A. Whito aro invitod to atten tho funeral of their infant daughte: LILLY, THIS (Sunday) MORNING, at o'olock, at their residence, on Linnhe street, near tho Marion Street Methodii Episcopal Church. Oct 20 Funeral Invitation. Tho Friends and Acquaintances of M and Mrs. Eberhardt, and of Mrs. Rlancl enBtein, aro respectfully invited to atten tho funoral of JOHN T. EBERHARD^ from tho residence of his parents, on Gab atreet, THIS MORNING, at half-past 1 o'clock. Oct 20 TAKE A CHANCE. ONLY $2.00, no gift concorn.but a splei did SILVER PITCHER, worth $100 an moro, at T. W. RADCLIFFE'S, for tl benefit of a needy and aflliotod family. Oct 20 Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps havo depot in all the largo cities in tho Union. REMOVAL. DR. TALLEY has removed his Real donco and Office to the cornor of ! Lanrol and Ball streets, near Col. E. W. MoMaater'a._Oct 20 C? REMOVAL. THE nnderaigncd have removed their etoek of BOOKS and STATIONERY to the Bocond store in Maj. Davie' new building, on Main street, where they hope to see ali their old friends and customers. ^)ctj20_DUFFIE A CHAPMAN. New Hulled Buckwheat. -I i^V BBLS. New Hulled BUCKWHEAT, lvf just received, and for sale, by Pot 20_J. AT. B. AGNEW. . Nuts, Nuts, Nuts. ENGLI8H WALNUTS, Brazil Nuts, Fil? berts, Almonds, Pecan Nuts. Also. Fresh Layer Baisiua, in whole, li a lr auci quarter boxes; Currr.uts, Cition, Gelatine, Corn Starch, Farin, Maizena, Macaroni. Vormicilli, Tapioca, Canned Fruits and Vegetables, Canned Oysters, Lobsters, Salmon, Mackerel, Pickles, Sauces, Ex tracts, Ac, just received, and for sale low, by J. A T. E. AGNEW. Oct 20_ NOTICE. AMEETING of the Membors and Pow holders of the First Presbyterian Church, o? Columbia, 8. C., will bo held in the Church Building, on MONDAY NEXT, tho 21st inst., at 9 o'clock A. M. A full and punctual attendance ia most urgontly requested, as matters, of great ' importanco will be submitted for consider? ation. H. MULLE It, ' President of the Corporation. Oct 20 1 ON THE CORNER OF MU AND CAMDEN STREETS, COLUMBIA, S. C., IS now receiving fresh additions to his stock of FAMILY AND PLANTATION GROCERIES. FIRST-CLASS GOODS always on hand at prices guarantied as low as any in this market. ?3~ ALL GOODS purchased at mv store will be delivered, FREE OF DRAY AGE, to any part of tho city. GEORGE W. PARKER, Corner of Main and Camdon streets. Oct 20_ NEW STOCK. FAMILY GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. Wines and Liquors, just received, and will be sold at lowest market ratos for cash, or in exchange for Conntrv Produce. 10,000 pounds BACON SIDES, HAMS and Shoulders. 60 bags Rio, Laguaira and Java Coffee. .100 barrels Crushed and Relined Sugars. 10 barrels Relined and Golden Syrup. 54) boxes E. D. and Cutting Cheese. 75 boxes Family and Toilet Soaps. 10 chests Hyson, Gunpowder aud Black Teas. 75 barrels, half barrels and kits Now Mackerel. .10 baskets, pints and quarts, Heidsick Champage. 20,000 primo and low priced Scgars. SOO pounds Durham and Gold lA.-af Smok? ing Tobacco. 50 boxes Extra Scaled Herrings. CO barrols Rectified and Pure Ryo Whis koy. 100 dozen Pickles, Ketchups, Preserves,: Frosh Peaches, Tomatoes, Ac, Ac. Oct 19_E. A G. D. HOPE. 6TATE BILLS, Ci REENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAIL \JT ROAD BONDS, (guarantee.) wanted by THOS. E. GBEGG A CO. For salo, FIRST MORTGAGE NORTH? EASTERN RAILROAD RONDS. Oct 13_ SWEET HAVANA ORANGES, FRESn DATES, Sicily LEMONS, Cranberries, Northern Apples, Cocoa-nuts, Ac. A selected invoice of French CONFEC? TIONERY, large assortment of TOYS, DOLLS, Ac CAKES and CANDIES manu? factured daily. At MCKENZIE'S, Greenfield's Row, Main street. _Ojt 17_ _._ PROPOSALS WANTED, FOR TWO HUNDRED CORDS of LONG LEAF PINE WOOD, to bo dohverod and corded in tho Water Works Lot. All bids to bo approved by tho City Clerk, sub? ject to tho approval of Council. Oct 17_J. 8. MCMAHON, City Clcrk._ Wolfe's Schiedam Schnaps aro ro commonded by all tho medical faculty. MULES FOR SALE. }ftt A fine lot of voung KEN-fb^ TUCKY MULES have jiist'W? ^JLJQ^arrivod, and can bo ueoama^a^r9 at diaries Logan's Lot. Those wishing to purchase will do well to call. WM. 8. TALBOTT, of Kontucky. Offt 18 8* WANTED. QQQ DRY SOUND HIDES, for which *J\j*J soventeon cents per pound, in cash, will bo paid on delivery. Apply to 8. E. STRATTON, Assembly street, ono door from Gorvais. Oct l(f Imo Steelyards. AFULL supply of STEELYARDS and Patent Balances, just received and for Bale by J. A T. R, AGNEW. Oct 10_t_, Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps aro used all ovor tho world by the physicians in their practice._ Potatoes and Onions. OA BBL8. Choice Northern POTATOES, ?i\Jb bbls. ONIONS. 5 bbls. Swcot POTATOES. Just rcceivod, and for salo low, by Oct 17 J. AT. B. AGNEW. Kent's East India Coffee. Q BOXES of this PREPARED COFFEE, f y which is said to be, in all essential par? ticulars, equal to Java, at about half tho prico and troublo, bosidos being moro healthful to all. For salo by Oct 18 3 C. H. BALDWIN A CO. Kerosene Oil. -| rv BARRELS PURE KEROSENE OIL, Xv/ just received, and for salo low, by Oct 0 J. A T. R. AGNEW. BEHOLD I ? Mos?OAt nm. AGRAND OPERATIC CONCERT will I be-given by MAD AME ELIZA T1LGH MAN, the peerless nightingale songstress of the South, assisted by a gentleman of this city, at tho African Methodist Episco pal Church, corner of Plain and Camdon streets, on MONDAY and WEDNESDAY EVENINGS, October 21st and 23d, 1867. Como ono, come ?ll, and hoar for your? selves. Admission 50 cents. Reserved seats for white persons, 75 cents. Oct 20_2_ SUPERIOR KEROSENE OIL. 5BBLS. MACY'S COAL OIL, by judges said to be equal,'if not superior, to any other made in tho countrv. For salo by Oct 19 3 C. H. BALDWIN A CO. 75 BBL8. SUGAR, icom I prising Crushed, Granulat? ed, Powderod, Coffee, C and 'Brown, from 10 cents up I wards. 50 bags COFFEE-Java, Laguaira, Rio. 50 pkg8. Mackerel-Kits, 4, whole bbls. 75 boxes Scaled and No. 1 Herrings. Hhds., Tierces and Barrels Molasses. Bbls. Stewart's Syrup-Sugar Drips. 100 boxes Soap, various grades. in R:;0 lbs. Baeou Sides and Shoulders, with a full lino of STAPLE OBOCERIES, which aro offorcd with confidence, as to qualitv, and at mnrket rates, bv Oct 19 3_C. H. BAT.DWTK A CO. Shelf Goods. CANNED SALMON, LOBSTER, OYSTERS, PEACHES, TOMATOES, CORN, Ac. NEW RAISINS, Currants, Citron, Almonds, Pecans, Canton Ginger, Maccaroni, Tapioca, Gelatine-Shred and Sheet. ENGLISH AND DOMESTIC PICKLES, English and Domestic Mustard, Cassia, Cloves, Nutmegs, Capers, Worcestershire Sauce, Ac. Several brands approved SMOKING TO? BACCO, with various other goods of good qualitv, for salo bv Oct 19 3 C. II. BALDWIN A CO. NEW SUGAR-CURED HAMS-reduccd prices. New Jil ACK EBEL-assorted packages. New Crop TEAS-verv dioico. PICKLES, JELLIES and PRESERVES. CANNED SALMON, LOBSTER, OYSTEltH, (fresh,; PEACHES, TOMATOES, Ac. DRIED BEEF, Smoked Tongues, Bacon Striss, Prime Cutting Cheese-all frosh to hand. LAMPS and OIL. Full assortment LIQUORS-guaranteed pure. For sale at REASONABLE RATES, by GEORGE SYMMEBS, Oct 18 Main street, Colnmbia. __F??SH BUTTES, &C. 6FIRKINS Orango County BUTTER, roceived weekly. 10 tierces pure LARD. Gloster, E. D.. Dairy and Factory Chccso. Fresh Smoked Beef and Tongues. Northern Irish Potatoes. Fresh Cured Diamond Hams. Breakfast Bacon Strips. New Buckwheat Flour-Svrup to match. For salo by C. IL BALDWIN A CO. Oct 18__._8_ Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps are good for Rheumatism._ Cabbages '. Cabbages ! ! 10O CHOICE CABBAGES just ro ceived from New York, and fer salo low, by_ J. A T. R. AGNEW. iVashing Machines and Clothes Wringers. CLOTHES WRINGERS and Washing Machines, constantly on hand, and for salo, by__J. A T. R. AGNEW. 100 Sacks Family Floor, 1 f\f\ S-^CKH SALT, WJ\J 5 tiercos new Sugar-Cured Hams, 5 hhds. Bacon Sides, 200 bushels old Whito Corn, bv Oct 12 E. A G. D. HOPE. For Rent or Sale. ADESIRABLE RESIDENCE, on the corner of Senato and Picken* streets. House contains seven largo and comfort? able Rooms, with three Basement Rooms and a Store-room. ALSO, Thero is a Brick Kitchen, Servant Houses, Stable, Ac. Apply to Oct 13 ff. E. J. SCOTT. FANCY GOODS. CALAFACIO GLOVES and PADS, Corn Plasters, ? Meen Fun, a toilet powdor, Lubin's, Coudray's, Yankoe Soaps, Buff, Ivory and \Vi>odcn Combt, Comb Brushes, Bay Rum, Hair Brushes, fine assortment, Colognes, Toilet Extracts, Sponges, Tooth-Picks, Sucking Bottles, Tubes and Nipples, Night Tapers, Italian Violin Strings, and VariOQS Other things too .."me: ons io montion, for salo by FISHER A HEINTT8H, Oct 8 ._Druggists. Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps havo boon boforo the American publio for tho last eighteen years. MACKEREL ! MACKEREL! 1 AH PACKAGES NEW MACKEREL, Ivu in whole, half and quarter Bar? r?la, and Kits, on hand, and for salo low, by J. A T. R. AGNEW. Oct 6_ HERRINGS! HERRINGS! CyCifi B0XES SMOKED HERRINGS, ?flUv just received, and for salo low, by J. A T. R. AGNEW. Oct 0_ IMPORTED HAVA?ITSEGARS. 64 OC? CHOICE GENUINE SPAN ,4-t/tf ISH SEGARS. at Oct 9 J. C. SEEGERS A CO. 2Laoo?tl T.tems. As will be seen by reference to our advertising columns, Messrs. Duffie & Chapman have kept up with the march of improvement, and removed to No. 5, in Maj. Davis' handsome row of buildings, on Main street. Of course, with the enlargement of facilities, there has been a propor? tionate increase in their stock of goods. If you have nothing better to do, drop in and examine their stock-which embraces everything in tho book and stationery line, from an india rubber band to a $100 Bible. RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS DAY,, Trinity Church-Rev. P. J. Shand, Hector, 10y.< a. m. and 5 p. m. Presbyterian Church-Rev. W. E. Boggs, 10) .J a. m. and 7?.i p. m. St. Poter's Church-Rev. J. J. O'Connell, 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. Washington Street Chapel-Rev. D. J. Simmons, 10J.< a. m. Rev. Wm. Martin, 4 p. m. Marion Street Church-Rev. Wm. Martin, a. m. Rev. D. J. Simmons, 1 p. m. Lutheran Lecture Room-Rev. A. R. Rude, 10,' ? a. m. Baptist Church-Rev. J. L. Rey? nolds, 10}? a. m. and 7}? p. m. Christ Church Congregation-Theo? logien! Seminary Chapel-Rev. J. M. Pringle, 10J., a. m. African JV?. E. Church-Rev. W. M. Brown, ll a. m., and 3 p. m. Rev. A. Richardson, 7}? p. m. REMOVAL OF THE COTTON TAX. We have received from Messrs. Addy, Hall A: Co., cotton factors, of Cin? cinnati, Ohio, a copy of a carefully prepared memorial, for the removal of tho cotton tax, addressed to the Congress of thc United States. The existing tux upon raw cotton is a burden greater than can be horno by this important interest at present, and its. removal would be an act of sound national policy. It is doubtful whether tho cotton interest could have borne a'ny considerable tax even in its paternal days of power, without building up a competition greatly to our detriment. India, with her vast territory, and nearly 200,000,000 of people, has become a formidable rival in the cotton markets of tho world, aud it will require all oar re? sources to successfully compete with her. Under all the circumstances, any tax whatever on cotton at tho present time would be unwise, and that so great a tax as 2).< cents per pound would bo disastrous. Tho average quality of cotton will not give tho producer over 12!.< cents per pound, at current prices; the tax is, therefore, 20 per cent, of the gross proceeds, or if applied to wheat, would be equivalent to a tax of about 50 cents a bushel. It must be evident that such a tax cannot be sustained. Tho memorial can be examined at the Phoenix office, and signatures ap? pended. Read Udolpho Wolfe's advertise? ments in to-day's paper. MAIL ARRANGEMENT?.-The post office open during tho week from 8j.< a. m. to 6 p. m. On Sundays, from \% lo 1\i p. m. Tho Charleston and Wostern mails are open for delivery at 2 p. m., and alose at 9 a. m. Northern-Open for delivery at 10,'.< a. m., closes at 1 p. m. Greenville-Open for delivery at 5 p. m., closes at 8 p. m. Having a complete printing office, superintended by tho proprietor, wo can execute every description of book and job' printing-bill and letter heads, circulars, labels, posters, pro? grammes, business, wedding and in? vitation cards, railroad receipts, checks, drafts, &o. NEW WAY TO MAKE HOUSES DEAW. A team of two horses, hitched to a wagon heavily loaded with wood, stalled at a hill near the city recently, ana ah tho wnipping and beating by the driver could not induce them to budge a peg. Just as the Jehu was about to give up the contest in de? spair, an old country negro came up to the horses, slipped the bridles from their heads, patted them a fow times upon the neck, with his hand, and thon giving tho word, tho ani? mals moved off with apparent ease and cheerfulness, and no further difficulty occurred daring the ascent of the hill. The old darkey stated that he had driven many balky horses in his day, and had never known his simple plan of inducing them to draw faithfully to fail. FIVE CENTS.-The price of single copies of the Phoenix is five cents, and purchasers are requested to pay no more for them. Wo aro iuformed that some of the news-boys charge ten. This is an imposition. A Memphis paper says it will "pre? sent to its readers on each Sabbath an editorial suited to the dtvy," and begins with an essay on grave-yards. NEW AnvKr.Ti8E5rK.sTs.-Attention is tail? ed to the following advertisements, pub? lished tins morning for tim first time: George W. Parker-Fresh Groceries. Dr. A. N. Talley-Homo val. Concert A. M. ?. Church. H. Muller-Notice. Louis V. Casiaro-Official. T. W. Radcliffe- Tako A Chance. J. A T. B. Agnew-Buckwheat, Ac. Duffie A Chapman-Removal. C. F. JACKSON is receiving goods regu? larly every w?ek. They aro well selected and sold at low rates. Call and HOC them. No housV eells good" choaper than be does. iSlAf! SU LZ BAC II ER, AT THE SIGN OF THE GREEN SPECTACLES, HAS on hand a splendid assortment of WATCILES, CLUCKS, JEWELRY, SPECTACLES, Ac. Having moved to thc Main btrect, be. ia determined to continuo to soil goods mt at ratha LOWER than can be purchased ^Jj else whore. REPAIRING, in all its branches, at t unusual low rates. ALL WORK GUARANTEED W ?FOR ONE YEAR. HAIR JEWELRY made to order and mounted, hv I. SULZBACHER, Main street, Ono door South Phmix office. Oct 18 GWYNN, COTTEN & CO,, Cotton Factors and Genera! Com'n Merchants, 105 West Lombard street, Baltimore. LIBERAL advances made on consign? ments. Orders for general merchan? dize solicited. Henry Gwynn, of Baltimore; R. R. Cot ten, lat? of Tarboro, N. C.; Walter Gwynn, Jr.. of South Carolina. Oct ll ||?3mo HUGH R. GAEDE?7 Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent, Warrenion, Fauquier County, Virginia. WILL pay special attention to exami? nation of TITLES, CONVEYANC? ING, Ac. Offers for salo four hundred VIRGINIA FARMS, Embraciug some of tho heat Mineral, Grazing and Agricultural Lands in tho State, in sections where the POPULATION TS UNEXCEPTIONABLE, and climato un? surpassed. Tho changed system of labor necessitates the division of estates, por? tions of which are offered for salo or lcaso on most reasonable terms. Correspond? ence solicited and information promptly furnished. REFERENCES.-Hon. Wm. F. DeSaussure, Gen. Wade Hampton, Columbia, 8. Q.; Rev. B. M. Palmer, D. D., Gon. James Longstreet, Now Orleans, La.; Judge Wm. J. Robertson, Charlottesville, Va.; Hon. John Randolph Tucker, Middleburg, Va.; Lambert Gittings A Co., Baltimore, Md. Address mo as above._Oct 3 3mo Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps aro imi? tated and counterfeited, and purchasers will havo to use caution in purchasing. Mount Zion Collegiate Institute. THE Trustees of this Institution will bold their usual annual election for a PRINCIPAL thereof, for tho onsuing year, ai tho Court House in Winnsboro, on FRI? DAY, tho first day of November next, at 10 o'clock A. M. Candidates will address the undersigned. By order of tho Board of Trustees. _Oct 4 JAMES H. RION, Secretary. Dew of the Alps.-Udolpho Wolfe, Bole agent for the above cordial, manufactured in Geneva, Switzerland, is used by ail tho crowned heads of Europe._ Bbls. Pure Rye and other Whiskeys. TUST RECEIVED, and ior salo. Also, barrels of Golden and other fino Syrups.* 1 tierce ohoico Sugar-cured Hams. Vor sale by RICHARD ALLEN, Cor. Pendleton and Assembly ats., Next to M. M. Cohen's Old Stand, September 7 Below the State House. THE NEWBERRY HERALD, BY T. F. ?Si ll. H. GRENEKER, NEWBERRY, C. H., 8. C., IS circulated extensively throughout tho uppor part of tho State. It is an excel? lent medium for Columbia merchants to introduce themselves to the people of that section of country._Oct 5_ Ague and Fever.-Tho only preventive known for chills and fever is the uso Qf Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps._ Canned Goods, Pickles, &c. FRE8H PEACHES, Pino Apples, Tomatoes, Covo Oysters, Lobsters, Salmon, Mackerel, Green Peas, Condensed Milk. Ac. Ptain, fluxed and Chow-Chow PICKLES, Worcestershire, London Club and Pepper Sauco, Walnut Catsup, Olivo Oil, Cranberry Sauce, Sardines, French and English Mus? tard, constantly on hand, and for sale low by J. A T. R. AGNEW. 'Oct 13_ Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapp? aro good for Gout.__ BARLEY ! BARLEY ! '. WE WANT about 3,000 bushels of good cloan Barley, for browing Lager Boer. Tho cash will bo paid on delivery, nt markot ratea. J. C. BEEPERS A CO. Pickles, Canned Goode, &c. CASES just received, consisting J_\Jv/ of Plain, Mixed and Chow-Chow Pickles, Lobsters, Covo Oysters, Pine-Ap? ples, Peachos, Tomatoes, Jellies, Ac, just received, and for Bale low, bv Jep^ombor 7_ J. A T. R. AGNEW. Wolfe'* Schiedam Srhnaps aro good for colic and pain in the stomach.