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FLORENCE, October 20.-The Ro? man situation is more serious. Eight tlian iron-clads had been ordored; the coasts It is.reported a revola tion broke out in Borne on Friday night, and tho excitement at Florence ia v?ry gteat Jip?iORBNOE, October 21. -The ItaUan troops on the. Papal frontier have been re-inforeed, and inoreased efforts made to guard the whole frontier. Itolv in greatly excited nt thc threat pf French interference. ROME, Ootober 21.-There was a fierce revolt at Nev?la, on Friday, during which the Papal troops recap? tured the town. The Garibaldiaus suffered heavy loss. ituws Item?. WASHLNOTON, October 20.-The reatorat i of the picture by the Post Office Department has led to a ven? tilation of faots regarding the dispo? sition of booty from the army daring the J 'grand march to the sea. " Mili? tary orders preventing its transmis? sion by express, it was placed in the mai!, whick, over-burdened, dropped it in the Dead Letter Office. Since then; it was transferred to the Freed? men's Bureau, and was sold at auc? tion. Only the one picture, on ao .countof its rare bean ty, was retained. The articles filled over a dozen large boxes, and the inventory covered over 100 pages of foolscap. This inventory embraces the description of artioles, whence sent, name of sender, and person to whom ad? dressed. The articles them sol ves j Were disposed of nearly three years ?go. The Chronicle says, in connection with the alleged change in Wilson's views regarding impeachment, that Wilson has written a letter, stating he has expressed no opinion outside of the committee room, and that he has not been in the oommittee room since the close of the session, when it was * understood he was averse to impeach? ment. The report recently telegraphed, that Colonel Gilbert has .been tried, fined and reduced in rank, for par? ticipation in the destruction of an Arkansas newspaper, is unfounded. Major Pierce is the name of the officer tried, and his sentence has been approved at headquarters. MEMPHIS, October 19.-Rev. C. A Davis, of the Cumberland Presbyte? rian Church, died of yellow fever. CHARLESTON, Ootober 21.-Arrived yesterday-Steamer E. B. Souder am" bark Elate Stanler, New York. Arrived to-day-Steamer Patapsco, Baltimore; brig Marcha, New York. WASHINGTON, October 21.-Judge Redfield, of Vermont, sails for Eng? land, to consummate the settlement vof the Trenholm-FraBer affair, on the . basis adopted by the Government and the American partners. Grant has ordered the trial of Capt. Shaff, for tho "murder of Col. Shep? herd, near Mobile. The Mexican grant in California, called Sabrante de San Jacinto, has been confirmed to Maria del Rosario de Aquiere, wife of Jose Antonio Aquie*e. The tract embraces 43,000 acres, within eighteen miles of San Antonio. There has been $1,373,000 expend? ed on reconstruction, to date. Internal revenue receipts to-day ,$452,000. The indebtedness of the Southern Railroads to the Government, is be? tween $6,000,000 and $7,000,000y tAdmiral Porter's steam launoh ex oded in Severne River, killing Chief ngineer Heriot, Engineer Clark, Cookswain Shea, and a negro fire? man. Several others wero injured. RICHMOND, Ootober 21.-This af? ternoon, Hunnicutt, in a speech on Capitol Square, denounced Northern men, when one of them said he was a "damned har." The negroes at? tempted to mob him. H? was after? wards caught, and they were about to kill him, when the police rescued him. The ujgroes followed him to the station house, throwing stones and behaving very disorderly. All quiet now. There is much excite? ment in regard to the elections. NEW ORLEANS, October 21.-Spe? cial Orders No. 166, declares that at the election held September 27th, 75,083 votes were cast for Conven? tion, and 4,600 against; and a ma? jority votes cast being for Conven? tion, as prescribed by Aots of Con? gress, the delegates elected at said election, are notified to assemble in Convention, at Mechanic's Institute Hall, in the city of New Orleans, La., on tho 23d November, for tho pur? poses stated, according to Aots of Congress, March 22d and 23d, 1867. The order thon recapitulates the names of the delegates elected. Tho interments from fever to 6 o'ciock, this morning, w^ro ai; yes? terday morning, 35. The woather has again become oppressively hot, and the fever, consequently, is not decreasing. BALTIMORE, October 21.-Tho Synod, after a long disoussion, re? ferred the matter of tho union of the Old and Now Schools to tho Union Committee, with tho resolutions of its presbyterial. The Synod hopes its action will lead to a re-united Church, not only in doctrine, but in spirit and love. Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps are used all over tho world by the physicians in their practice. FINANCIAL AMI) COMLMEKCIAJL. COLUMBIA, Ootob^?T2?..-?Sales ojf, cotton to-day 70 balee- middling 16^ ?l?*. ? NEW YORK, OotOber. 21-Noon. Gold 43%. Stocks - stroDg. Money 7 per cent. Floor 15@25c. lower. "Wheat 2(^3c. lower. Corp a shade lower. Pork lower-21.25. Cotton firmer, afc 20. . 7 P. M.-Cottop. active-><c. bet? ter; sales 8,000 bales-rnplands 20c. Floor steady. Wheat firmer., Corn Western mixed $1.35@$1.40. Oats 80. Mess pork firmer, at $21.62. Lard heavy, at 13%@14>?. Money 7 per cent Gold 48%. BALTIMOBE, October 21,-Cotton quiet, at 19. Flour dull. Wheat declined 10c.-primo to choice South? ern red $2.80@2-85. Corn lower white firstname.lastname@example.org; yellow $1.37@ 1.42. Oats dull, nt 72. Bye dull, at 62@70. CINCINNATI, October 21.-Flour dull, and declined ??o. Corn dull, at Si.00 Whiskey quiet. Mess pork $21.75@22. Bacon shoulders 14; clear aides 18^. Lard 14. CHARLESTON, October 21.-Tho cot? ton market continues stiffer, with a good demand-prices advanced; sales 350 bales; receipts 818; York mid? dling 18. AUGUSTA, October 21.-Cotton mar? ket more activo and firmer; sales 862 bales; middling 16%; receipts 437. SAVANNAH, October 21.-Cotton firm and advancing, holders too stiff for buyers-middling 18@18>4; sales 850 bales; receipts 2,150T NEW ORLEANS, October 21.-Sales of cotton 1,500 bales; demand good und supply moderate-iow middling 17U2@18. Flour very dull-super? fine S10@14; treble extra 812.37>.<@ 12.50. Corn in good demand, with an upward tendency-white $1.40@ 1.45; yellow mixed $1.50. Pork very dull at $email@example.com. Bacon in fair job? bing trade, at 15)?; shoulders 19>?; olear sides 18).?. Lard dull-tierces 14>?. Gold closed at 43^. LONDON, October 21-Noon.-Con? sols 93%. Bonds 68)Li. LIVERPOOL, October 21-Noon. Cotton firm; estimated sales 16,000 bales-uplands 8%; Orleans 8%. Opposed to More Than Lawful Inte? rest-7 per cent. PERSONS wishing LUMBER, on timo, will oall upon us, or leave orders at Mr. Stenbouao's store, Main street. AULL Sc HALTIWANGER. Oct 22_0* RICHARD FLANIGAN. BED EL US ROW, Boot and Shoe Manufacturer, ? ^ AND wholesale and rc-tfjfcs j^BN. tail dealer in every v:L-rflj rioty, would invite the M ^^-^?^^?at tent ion of his old custom? ers, and buyers generally, to bis varied stock o? MEN'S, WOMEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S BOOTS, SHOES ?ND GAITERS, Of which bc keeps every varioty constant? ly on hand. His long oxperienco and prac? tical knowledge of the business enables bim to compote with any ono in style, ?[uality and price; and his aim will bo to amish the newest and best goods for tho least possible money. Has also on hand FRENCH and AMERICAN CALF SKINS, OAK, TAN and HEMLOCK SOLE LEA? THER. R.KPA?R.ING done neatly and prompt? ly. RICHARD FLANIGAN, Bedell's Row, Columbia, 8. C. Oct 22_?L_ COTTON TAX. THE undorsignod bavo accepted the Agoncy for South Carolina, from H?r? schel V. Johnson Sc Co., of Georgia, for the RECOVERY OF THE INTERNAL REVE? NUE TAX which has been, or may here? after be, paid on Cotton. All persons interested will do well to communicate with us, or our Agents iu different portions of tho State, and tho necessary papers and instructions will bo forwarded. Collections to bo made for a share. Np expenses to bo incurred by tho Tax Fayer. M. L. BONHAM, BUTLER Sc YOUMANS. EDOEFIELD, S. C., October IS. 1867. Oct 22_4 _ Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps arc good for all urinary complaints. _ SWEET HAVANA ORANGES, FRESH DATES, Sicily LEMONS, Cranberries, Northorn Apples, Cocoa-nuts, Ac. A selected invoice of Frouch CONFEC? TIONERY, large assortment of TOYS, DOLLS, Sec. CAKES and CANDIES manu? factured daily. At McKENZUi'S, Oct_17 Greenfield's Row, Main street. Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps arc sold by all grocers and apothecaries._ The Daughter of an Empress, AN Historical NOVEL of tho Court of Russia, by Muhlbacb; price $1.50. Sunset on tho Hebrew Mountains; by Macdn?'. Holena's Household, a Tale of Rome in the First Centurv. A Defence of Virginia, and through her of tho South; by Prof. Dabney. How to Mako Money and How to Keep it. Our Father's Bucinesa; by Dr. Gurtb ric. Hereward, tho Last of tho English; by Kingsley. , Caste, a London Novo!, nnd other n?w books, at MoCarter's bookstore. Oct 1 R. L. BRYAN. Wolfe?? ScH, Uuin Schnapps is the PH^ilUflgi^g^ujacturcd in tho world. IMPORTED HAVANA SEGARsT 6AQQ CHOICE GENUINE SPAN .??tJ<J ISH SEGAItfl, at Pot 9_ J. C. SEEGERS Sc CO. Wolfe'? Schiedam Kr ii nap* aro re? commended byall the medical faculty. Potatoes and Onions. BBLS. Ohoice Northorn POTATOES 5 bbls. ONIONS. *** uno, 5 bbls. Sweet POTATOES. Just roceivod, and for sale low, by Oct 1?_J. AT. It. AGNEW. Wolfe'? Hell!? ilma Schnaps are good for colic and pun in the stomach. TAKE A CHANCE. ONLY $2.00,110 gift concern, but ? Bplen dld SLLVSB PITO HEB, worth? $100 and inor?, at T. W. RADCLIFFE'S, for the < benefit of a needy and afflicted family. Oct 20 ' _ NEW STOCK. FAMILY GR0CERIE8, PROVISI?N8, Wines and Liquors, just received, aud will be sold at lowost market rates for cash, or in exchange ipr Country Prodaco. 10,000 poundB LACON SIDES* HAMB and (Shouldera. 60 bags Rio, Laguaira abd Java Coffee. 100 barroie Crushed and Refined Sugars. 10 barrel? Refined and Golden Syrup. DO boxes E. D. and Cutting Cheese 75 boxes Family and Toilet 8oapa. 10 cheats Hyaon, Gunpowder and Black Toas. 75 barrels, half b?rrela and kita New Mackerel. 40 baskets, pints and quarts, Heidsick Champagc. 20.000 primo and low prirwd Megara, 600 pounda Durham and Gold Leaf Smok? ing Tobacco. 50 boxea Extra Scalod Herrings. CO barrels Rectified and Pur?' Rye Whis? key. iOO dozen Pickles, Ketchups, Preserves, Fresh Peaches, Tomatoes, ftc., ftc. Oct 10_E. ft G. D. HOPE. WANTED. OOO Dlt? HOtJNE) HIDES, for which <./"?/#_/ seventeen cents per pound, iii cash, will be paid on.deliverv. Apply to S. E. STRATTON, As8emblv Btreet, ono door from Gervais. Oct 16*_Imo GWYNN, COTTEN & CO., Cotton Factors and General Cora'n Merchants 105 West Lombard street, Baltimore. LIBERAL advancea made on consign? ments. Orders for general merchan? dize solicited. Henry Gwynn, of Baltimore; R. R. Got? ten, lr.tr, cf T&TDO?O, N. C.; Waiior Gwynn, Jr.. of South Carolina. Oct ll ||?3mo HUGH H. GARDEN, Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent, Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia. WILL pav special attention to exami? nation of TITLES, CONVEYANC? ING, ftc. Offers for salo four hundred VIRGINIA FARMS, Embraciug nomo of tho heat Mineral, Grazing and Agricultural Landa in the State, in aections whoro tho POPULATION IS UNEXCEPTIONABLE, and climato un? surpassed. Tho changed syatem of labor necessitates the division of estates, por? tions of which aro offorod for salo or lease on most reasonable terms. Correspond? ence solicited and information promptly furnished. RCFEBBNOES.-Hon. Wm. F. DeSaussuro, Gen. Wade Hampton, Columbia, S. C.; Rev. B. M. Palmer, D. D., Gen. Janie-i Longstreet, Now Orleana, La.; Judge Wm. J. Robertson, Charlottesville, Va.; Hon. John Randolph Tucker, Middleburg, Va.; Lambert Gittmgs ft Co., Baltimore, Md. Address mo as above. Oct 3 Hmo Wolfe's Schiedam Schnnppa are imi? tated and counterfeited, and purchasers will have to uso caution in purchasing. Mount Zion Collegiate Institute. THE Trustees of thia Inatitution will hold their nsual annual election fur a PRINCIPAL thereof, for tho ensuing year, ai tho Court House in Winnsboro, on FRI? DAY, tho first dav of November next, at 10 o'clock A. M. Candidates will address the undersigned. Bv order of tho Board of Trustees. Oct 4 JAMES H. RION, Secretary. Dr. Dabney's New Work. ADEFENCE OF VIRGINIA, (and through her of the South.) By Dr. R. L. Dabuoy, of Virginia, author of "Lifo of Gen. Jrokson." $1.50. Under Two Flags. A Novel. By "Onida," author of "Idalia," "Bandolph Gordon," "Strathmore," "Cecil Castlemoiuos," "Gage," etc. $2. Also, Fashion Books for October-Go dey's Lady's Book, Demorest's, Frank Leslie's Book of Fashion and Peterson's. Also, tho Electic for October. At DUFFIE ft CHAPMAN'S Sept 24_Bookstore. Dew of the Alps.-Udolpho Wolfe, sole agent for iho above cordial, manufactured in Geneva, Switzerland, is used by all tho crowned heads of Europe._ A BARGAIN! ASTATIONARY STEAM ENGINE, 85 horae power, in complete order j plain cylinder boiler, 34 feet long, by 30 inches diameter; heater 31 feet long, by 20 inches diameter; iron smoke-stack, with cast iron bottom, plato and dampor. Also, a Circu? lar SAW MILL. Tho engino and saw mill can be seen at tho Cougareo Iron Works. Apply to R. MCDOUGALL, _Bept 20_Columbia, S. C. Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps aro good for Dyspepsia._ ~TH?s7?rGEEGG & CO., BROKERS. STOCKS, Bonds, Gold and Er .bango bought and sold. Office at GREGG ft CO.'S._July 31 Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps aro good for all kidnoy and bladder complaints. 100 Sacks Family Flour, 1 nil SACKS SALT, XvJv-f 5 tierces now Sugar-Cured Hams, 5 hhds. Bacon Sides, 200 bushels old White Corn, by Oct 12_ E. ft G. D. HOPE. FISH, FISH. NO. 1 MACKEREL, Blue ' &W3$SbFish, and Whito Fish, Cod? fish, Smoked Halibut, and Smoked Fer? ring, all new and fresh, for Balo at Oct 6_ JOHN C. SEEGERS ft CO. BARLEY ! BARLEY! ! WE WANT about 3,000 bushels of good clean Bar?oy. for browing Lager Beor. Tho caah will bo paid on delivory, at markot rates. J. C. BEEPERS ft CO. Bbls. Prue Rye and other Whiskeys. TUST RECEIVED, and for sale. Also, barrels of Golden and other fine Syrup8.fl tierce choice Sugar-curod Hams. For sale by RICHARD ALLEN, Cor. Pondlotnn and Assembly ats., Noxt to M. M. Cohen's Old Stand, September 7 Bolow tho St a to nuuio. Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps aro a preventivo for chilla and fovor._ Washing Machines and Clothes Wringers. CLOTHES WRINGERS and Washing Machino, constantly on hand, and for salo, by J. ft T. R. AGNEW. ; - ?EMOVAX. DR. TALLEY has removod his Resi donco and Office to the corner of Laurel ?nd Bull streets', near Col. P. vf. .McMastor'a._ Oct 20 6**' REMOVAL. THE ttnder8lgncd have removed their I stook of BOOKS and STATIONERY to tho second store in Maj. Davis' new building, on Main street, where they hope to ?co all their cid friends and customers. Oct 20 DUFFIE A CHAPMAN. New Hulled Buckwheat. -| /"\ BBLS. New Hulled BUCKWHEAT, I \ / just received, and for sale: bv Oct 20_J. db T. It. AGNEW. Huts, Nuts, Nuts. ENGLISH WALNUTS, Brazil Nuts, Filberts, Almonds, Pecau Nuts. ALSO, I Fresh Layer Raisins, in wholo, half and quarter boxes; Currants, Citron, Gelatine, Corn Starch, Farin, Maizena, Macaroni, Vermicilli, Tapioca, Canned Fruits and Vegetables, Canned Oysters, Lobstors, Salmon, Mackerel, Pickles, Sauces, Ex? tracts, Ac, just received, and for sale low, by J. A T. R. AGNEW. Oct 20_ Wolff's Schiedam Schnapps have been before the American public for tho last eighteen years. ON THE CORNER OF 1IAIX AND CAMDEN STREETS, COLUMBIA, S. C., tis [8 now receiving frcbh additions to his stock of FAMILY and PLANTATION GROCERIES ! FIRST-CLASS GOODS always on baud at prices guarantied as low as any in this market. ?3" ALL GOODS purchased at mv storo will bo delivered, FREE OF DRAY AGE, to anv part of the city. GEORGE W. PARKER, Corner of Main and Camden streets. Oct 20_3 Wolfe'* Schiedam Schnaps should bo in the hands of_overv housekeeper._ SUPERIOR KEROSENE OIL. 5BBLS. MACY'S COAL OIL, by judges said to be equal, if not superior, to any other made in the country. For salo by ?5IL1_9_? _ _ C- H. BALDWIN fe CO. RUED TO-DAY. 75 BBLS. SUGAR, [com? prising Crushed, Granulat? ed, Powdered, Coffee, C and Brown, from 10 cents up? wards. 50 bags COFFEE-Java, Laguaira, Rio. 50 pkgs. Mackerel-Kits, 4, i. wholo bbls. 75 boxes Scaled and No. 1 Herrings. Hhds., Tierces and Barrels Molasses. Bbls. Stewart's Syrup-Sugar Drips. 100 boxes Soap, various grades. 10,000 lbs. Bacon Sides and Shoulders, with a full lino of STAPLE GROCERIES, winch aro offerod with confidence, as to quaiitv, and at market rates, by Oct 19 3_C. H. BALDWIN k CO. Shelf Goods. CANNED SALMON, LOBSTER, OYSTERS, PEACHES, TOMATOES, CORN, ie. NEW RAISINS, Currants, Citron, Almonds," Pecans, Canton Ginger, Macearon!, Tapioca, Gelatine-Shred and Sheet. ENGLISH AND DOMESTIC PICKLES, English aud Domestic Mustard, Cassia, Cloves, Nutmegs, Capers, Worcestershire Sance, Ac. Several brands approved SMOKING TO? BACCO, with various other goods of good quality, for salo by Oct 19 3 C. H. BALDWIN fe CO. NEW SUGAR-CURED HAMS-reduced prices. New MACKEREL-assorted packages. New Crop TEAS-very dioico. PICKLES, JELLIES and PRESERVES. CANNED SALMON, LOBSTER, OYSTERS, (fresh,) PEACHES, TOMATOES, Ac. DRIED BEEF, Smoked Tonguos, Bacon Striss, Primo Cutting Cheeso*-all frosh to hand. LAMPS and OIL. Full assortmont LIQUORS-guaranteed pure. For salo at REASONABLE RATES, by GEORGE SYMMEBS, Oct 18 Main stroet, Colnmbia. Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps aro good for Rheumatism._ FOE S?LE. ONE of the most elegantly finished m and desirably situated RESLDENCES ?iii.in the city of Columbia-known as the Bronson property-containing eight (8) largo fino rooms, together with Bath Room, Water Closet, Dres-ting Rooms and Pantries; all being aband. .My furnished with Hot and Cold Water throughout. Tko Kitchen is also furnished with Hot and Cold Water. Thero is also on the pre? mises a Well of excellent water and a number of most choice Fruit Trees of various kinds. For elegance and comfort, it is not -s irpaBsed in the city. To au ap? proved purchaser, terms will bo made ac? commodating. For particrxlarB^ar?p^^to N. . B_Tho FUBNITURE will be sold .with Jho honae, if desired. Oct 1 Imo Dew of the Alps--Thia cordial has only to be Usted to be appreciated. COLUMBIA, S. C., TO BALTIMORE, VIA ??" CHARLESTON, S. C. THE SPLENDID SCREW STEAMSHIPS FALCON, - - E. C. RESD, Com'r. 8EA ?ULL, - N. P. DUTTON, Com'r. largo carrying capacity, makins; \_j avorage trips ot fifty-five to sixty hours, leave Charleston once a week for Baltimore, and offer superior facilities for through freights to and from that port. Address COURTENAY St TREN HOLM, Shipping and Commission Merchants, Union Wharves, Charleston, 8. C. Or, MORDECAI & CO., Agents, Wept 24 tuf6mo_Baltimore, Md. " MES. JOHN LAURENS' BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, IN CHARLESTON, will re? sume its exercises OCTOBER tl, at tho corner of Wentworth ?and Smith 'streets. English, French, Music, Dancing. Draw? ing, and the accomplishments of a polite education, will bo thoroughly taught, and a careful attention given to tho formation or the young ladies' man? ners and conversation. WEEKLY SOIREES will bo givon alter nntr.lv for M?THT?. and DANCING. For terms and particulars, address Mns. J. LAURENS, September 1 3mo_Charleston. 'HTLLS HOUSE, CHARLESTON, 8. C. THIS well-known FIRST-CLASS HOTEL has been thoroughly repair? ed, refitted and refurnished, and is row ready for the accommodation of the traveling public, whoso patronage is re? spectfully solicited. The proprietor promises to do all in his power for tho comfort of bia guests. * March 21 JOSEPH PURCELL, Prop'r. Charleston Hotel, CHARLESTON, S. C. COACHES always in readiness to convey passengers to* and .nun the Hotel. Feb 26 WHITE Sc MIXER, Proprietors. Livery and Sale Stables, _ CHALMERS STREET, Charleston, S. C. DM1-. JWtGHEN <fc BAKER, Pro-J ?M ?1 prietortj. Carriages, Phaetons, Bug? gies and Saddle Horses to hire, at all hours. Mules and Horses for sale. . Feb 27 Lt 1.1 AHE?O ES USU?t ? CLOTHING NOW IN STO?E. SUITS FROM 37.50 TO FULL LINE OF L SHIRTS, . HOSIERY, UNDER GARMENTS, GLOVES. TIES, TRAVELING SHAWL8, BLANKETS, ETC. NEW STYLE PAPER AND LINEN COLLARS. A splendid lino of FRENCH and ENG? LISH CASSIMERE. which will bo made to order in tho LATEST STYLES and at LOW PRICES. Everything that is new in the way of H T H I N. B.-Our CLOTHING is nearly all of OUR OWN MANUFACTURE, WALKER'S BLOCK, Sept 20_MAIN STREET. Ague ana Fever.-Tho only preventive known for chills and fovor is tho use of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps._ M O GQ M c\ g o co fi?P O2 so " y* a oTW <* Os ? orj o O O *" "3 0|ii zn I i i 1 ?? "lr. W 3 6.2 ??ss ft o 9 *" ? co 3 fi M fi fi fc. . fl 3 fl .2 S o <* S jj i ? ts 8'S .5 3 i s SHERIFF'S SALS. BY vir tuc- ot a writ of fieri faoiat, directed te) me, Ivrill soil, on the FTB8T MONDAY in NOVEMBER next, before the Court j Monee, in Columbia, within the Iogal boure, tho following property, Tia: . The STORE HOUSE on Washington street, second framo building from Rich? ardson street, formerly occupied by H au? naban ?-Warley, but recently occupied by Muller & Senn, lo vi od on as tho property of Hanaahan & Warley, at the snit of the State of South Carolina ve. Hanuah&n ? Warley, for taxes. Terms oash. Oct ia j F. W. GREEN, S. R. D. The State of South Carolina. . T2r~ EQUITY-SUMTER DISTRIOT. Franois A. Mood and Susan I'.., bis wife, and others, vs. John S. Richardson, Sr., John S. Richardson, Jr.. Margaret Y. Logan, and others.-Hill for Partition and Account. IN obedience to an order in thc above stated case, I will offer for sale, at nub? ile outcry, at Columbia, cn the FIRST MONDAY in November next, at apriceof not less than Fifteen Hundred Dollars, that lot of land in the city of Columbia, whioh, in a deed of conveyance, dated 23d March, 1855, is described as that lot in Co? lombia, on tho North-west corner of the intersection of Taylor and Bull streets, containing, as the lot then stood enclosed, ono half aero, moro or less, bounded on thu South by Tayior street, on the East by Boll street, on the North by Mrs. E. G. Brovard'8 lot, and on the West by Robert Bryco's lot. Tr.r.Ms.-Onc-fonrth cash, and the bal? ance cither for cash or at the option of the purchaser, on a credit of one year, with interest from tho day of salo, secured by tho bond of the purchaser, with at least two good sureties, and a mortgage of the premires. Purchaser to pay for all neces? sary papers. J. R. KENDRICK, Oct 5 26_Com. Equity S. D. _ Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps are put up in quart and pint bottles, with th? nm firietor's name on tho bottle, cork and abel;_ A Truly* Wonderful Medicine1. DElNlTSU^jPEmjELlGflT. Liver Complaint Cured by Queen's Delight. THE symptoms of Liver Complaint are uneasiness and pain in the right side, and soreness upon touch immediately under the inferior ribs; inability to lie upon the left side, or, if at all, a dragging sensation is produoed which seriously affecte respiration, causing, very often, a troublesome cough. Together with theco symptoms, we perceive a coated tongue, acidity of tho 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 baneful of all diseases. Dyspepsia. The symptoms of Dyspepsia are various; thoBO affecting the stomach are nausea, heart-burn, loss of appetite, disgust for food, f o ni e times a depraved appetite, sensi 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, ?co. Tho sympathetic affections arc very di? versified-cold fcot, pain or weakness through the limbs, swimming of tho hoad, sudden flushes of heat. Ac. The use of the QUEEN'S DELIGHT should bo persevered in until every symp? tom of Dyspepsia baa vanished, and health ie 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 functions of the brain are impaired and deranged; derangement there will also produce disease of the heart, skin, lungs and kidneys. It ia owing to the same cause that thousands die with Cholera, Bilious or Yellow Fever, and that most baneful disease, Consumption. The origin of numerous oases of Con? sumption is impaired digestion ; and many, many cases of supposed Consumption could bo entirely cured by the use of the QUEEN'S DELIGHT, as the emaoiatiof, debility and congh attending weakness of the digestive organs are so near allied to the symptoms of Consumption, that the one disease is frequently mistaken for the other. Notice. It is a well-established fact that fully one-half of th? femalo portion of our population are seldom in the enjoyment of good health, or, to nee their own expr?s-, sion, "never feel well." They are 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 ana invigorating properties render lt invalua? ble in such casos. The patient should im? mediately discard all pills a':d powders, as they only weaken the system, and resort to the 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 aperfeot restoration to health. Weak and dolicato children are made strong by using tho Queen's Delight. In fact, it is a Family Medicine; it can be ad? ministered with perfect safety to a child three months old, tho most delicate fernab or a man of niuoty. air Bo sure and ask for "HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT;" noneother is genu? ine. For Balo by FISHER A HEINITSH, July 9 Druggists, Columbia. 8. C. Cabbages ! Cabbages ! ! 1 ?Q CHOICE CABBAGES just |rc JLeJt/ coived from New York, andlfor Bale low, by_J. h T. R. AGNEW. To All Who Use Liquor-Wolfe'.-. Schiedam Schnapps is manufactured in Holland by a process only known to the Eropriotor, and is warranted tho purest io nor ever mannfactnrod._;_ FALL MILLINERY, IF the Ladies will call at Mrs. 8. A. SMITH'S, they can bo suited in tho WINTER I STYLES of Bonnets, Hats, [Flower* and Ribboia, which 'abo will open thia day. Having just returned from Now York, am jiroparod to show the LATEST and most FASHIONABLE STYLES. Call, Ladies, no tronblo to sjiow goods. Oct 8 Imo . DENTISTRV.' I _ HAVING procured a RE mM'Jkmi?H LIABLE ASSISTANT, my /mHHSBL patrons can nc-tvibo ad ofli ^-E-LI r Tr cientlr served asromorlv. _Augnst 81 _ _ __D. P. GBtVUO. Wolfe's Svhicriam Schnapps are ?ood for Gout.