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C:el>lc Despatches*
LONDON, October 10.- There arc rumora
that the Plenipotentiaries of Prussia and
Saxony 'nave amicably adjusted all difficul?
ties, and thal peace negotiations have hoon
formally consummated.
LIVERPOOL., October IO. -Cotton tinner,
with sales to-day of 20,000 bales noddling
uplands i ! M.
LIVERPOOL, October 12.-The Brokers'
Circular reports th.'- sates of cotton for tho
week 96,000 bales. Sales to-day 18,000
bales -middling uplands advanced to 15d.
LONDON, October 12. -Consols 89Five
twenties 71}.
LIVERPOOL, October 12.-Salt s of cotton
for the week 96,000 lades: sales, to-day,
ls.oeo hales: middling uplands I5d. t'oii
sols 89.}. Five-twcutiea 71.?.
News Items.
WASHINGTON, October 13.-Baron Stoec
kel, llussiau "Minister, and Mr. Bodisco,
have been introduced lo the President as
( 'bargo d'Affaires.
A youug man named Thompson, who
has been employed as clerk in the inspec?
tor's division ot the navy yard in this city,
has been arrested en the charge of robbing
the Government of goods valued at between
$14,000 and $15,000. The accused has been
employed since 1861.
LOUISVILLE, < )ctober 13.- Thc .Louisville
Theatre took tire last night, a few minutes
after the audience lett, and was entirely
destroyed. The Jewish Synagogue and
other adjoining buildings were damaged.
PHILADELPHIA, October 13.-The pro?
prietor of th" Le<?{?er has caused vigorous
investigations io lie made into the original
of Hie despatch which appeared in its co?
lumns e.. Thursday, relative to questions
said to have been submitted by the Presi?
dent to tin.- Attorney-Geueral. All of the
facts connected with the despatch, toge?
ther with the origin.il papers, the name of
tlic Washington informant of the Ledger
correspondent and thc grounds upon which
the despatch was based, have been for?
warded to Washington for Submission to
the President.
Trial of Zili'. Da vis-Correspondence
ol' Hie President and Attorney-Gen?
eral Sta iislbury.
WASHINGTON, October 13.- The President
has addressed thc following letter to tho
Attorney-General in regard to the trial of
Jefferson Davis:
EXECUTIVE ?MANSION,
WASHINGTON, D. C., October 6, ia*;r?.
Su:: A special term of the Circuit Court
of tue United S'ates was appointed for thc
first Tuesday of October, 1866, at Rich?
mond, Virginia, for the trial of Jefferson
Davis, on the charge id' treason, lt now
appears that there will bo no session of
that Court at Richmond during tin pie
sent month, and doubts are- expressed
whether the regular session, which, by?
law, should commence on the fourth Mon?
day of November next, will be held, lu
view of this obstruction, and the conse?
quent ?le!..y in proceeding with the trial ot
Jefferson Davis, under the prosecution for
treason now pending in that Court, am!,
ther#,bcing, so far as the President is in?
formell, no g.I reason why the civil
courts of the United States are not compe?
tent to exercise adequate jurisdiction with?
in the district or circuit in which the State
of Virginia is included, 1 deem it proper
to request your opinion as to what further !
steps, if any, should be taken by the Ex- |
eentive, witiia view to a speedy public and ;
impartial trial of the accused, according :
to the Constitution and laws of th.- United
States. 1 am, sir. veiw respectfully,vours,
ANDREW .JOHNSON.
I'o Hon. Henry Stansbury, Attorney- '
General.
In response to tin- above, the Attorney- ?
General, under date of the 12th instant, ?
states:
1 am clearly of opinion that there is no- ;
thing in the present condition of Virginia ?
to prevent the fall exercise of the jurisdic- i
tion of the civil courts. The actual state i
of things and your several proclamations
of peace and of the restoration id' civil
order, guarantee to the civil authorities,
l'eilerai and Suite, immunity against mili?
tary control or interference, it seems tome
that in this particular there is no necessity
for further action on the part of the Exe?
cutive in the way of proclamation, espe?
cially as Congress, at the late session, re?
quired the Circuit Court of the United
States to he held at Richmond, on the first
Monday of May and the fourth Monday of
November in each year, and authorized
special or adjourned terms of that Court
to be ordered hy the Chief Ju dice of the
Supreme Court, al such time ard on such
notice as he might prescribe, with ibo same
power and jurisdiction as at regular terms.
This is an explicit recognition by Congress
that tin- state ot things in Virginia admits
Hu.- holding of the United States Courts in
that State. He also states that .Mr. Davis
re.nains in custody at Fortress Monroe
precisely as ho was held in January last,
when, in answer to a resolution id' Con?
gress, you reported a communication from
the Secretary of War and the Attorney
General, showing that he was held to await
trial in the civil courts. No action was
then taken by Congress ia reference to the
place of custody. No demand has since
been made for his transfer into civil cus?
tody. The District Attorney of the United
States ha- t'ne District of Virginia, where
.Mr. Davis stands indicted for treason, 1 as
been notified thal the prisoner would he
surrendered to the United States Marshal,
upon a capias, under the indictment; but
the District Attorney declines to have the
cnyAas issued, because there is no other
place within the. District where the pri?
soner could he kept, or where his personal
comfort and health could be so well pro?
vided for. No application has been made,
within my knowledge, hy the counsel for
Mr. Davis for a transfer of the prisoner to
civil custody. Decently, an application
was made by ins counsel for his transfer
from Fortress Monroe to Fort Lafayette,
on the ground chiefly of sanitary consider?
ation. A reference was promptly made to
a Board of Surgeons, whose report was de?
cid? div adverse to tho change,on thescore
III health ami persona! comfort. I am un?
able to see what further action can be taken
on tho partof the Executive to bring the
prisoner to trial. Mr. Davis must, for the
present, remain where he is, until the
Court which has jurisdiction to try him
sha!! he r.-ady to act. or until bis custody
is demanded under lawful process of the
Federal Courts. The Attorney-Genera!
suggests, that to avoid any misunderstand?
ing on the subject, an order bo issued to
the commandant of Fortress Monroe, to
surrender tm.- prisoner to civil custody,
win never demanded by the United States
Marshal, upon a process from thc Federal
Courts.
Mr. Stansbury encloses a hiter of the
United States District Attorney for Vir?
ginia, who states, in answer to the ques?
tion why no demand had been made upon
tin- military authorities for the surrender
of Jefferson Davis, in order that lie might
he tried upon the indictment found against
him in the United States Circuit Court, at
the term held in Norfolk, in May last, that
two reasons had influenced lum in not re?
moving him fruin their custody. He says
the one relates to the safe keeping; the
other to his own personal comfort ai.il
health. I have never had anv doubt but
thut he would bo delivered to ?Lo United
States Marshal of the District whenevei he
should have demanded him, on a capias
or any other civil process.
Itlarlct't i : ?'{torts.
NEW YOKK, October 13-Noon.-Gold 525.
Exchange HW for sight. C?tttou firmer,
with sales of 1,700bales -middlings 41@43.
Flour dull- Southern ?11.80?1C.15; sales
of 220 barrels.
7 P. M.- Cotton 1 <>j2c. higher; middling
41@43. Flour quiet. Wheat steady. Corn
1?\ bet ter. Gold 53.
MOBILE, October 13. --Cotton very firm,
with sales to-dav of 1,100 bales-middlings
38@39.
NEW ORLEANS, October 13.-Cotton is
higher and irregular, with sales to-day of
4,600 bales - low middlings 38@39. Gold
150.1. <
Fali Goods!
HEW STYLES ?
PRINTS, DELAINES.
Merinoes, Plaid Alpacas.
Plaid Merino. Flannels, Blanket?.
Plaid Linsevd. At lowest prices.
Oct 13 " ALFRED TOLLESON.
?ELSI OILS!
FULL stock of OILS for Machinery.
Tanners1 Oil. For sale cheap bv
Oct 13 ALFRED TOLLESON.
Gt IVES tho REST LIGHT of any fluid or j
IT ods now in use. Warranted non-ex- j
plosive. At retad or wholesale bv
Oct 13 ALFRED TOLLESON.
Crockery and Glassware.
,--*.>, A LARGE STOCK of GLASSWARE
HUf and CROCKERY, at COST, for THREE
?&1 DAYS. Call at once and be convinced,
and get bargains.
Oct 13 ALFRED TOLLESON.
Sik?T! S?XSFL
*_)r\/\ SACKS SALT, at low figures, by
?UIJ ALFRED TOLLESON.'
Oct 13
?T BBLS. EXTRA CRUSHED, at 20 cents.
O For salo b\ ALFRED TOLLESON.
Oct 13
SUGAR, &0
5BBLS. extra CRUSE ED SUGAR.
20 bbls. Brown Sugar.
1.000 bushels Corn,
io bbl^. Molasses, at low prices, bv
Oct 0 ALFRED TOLLESON.
Mew Mackerel.
TRICKLED SH Ali - verv fine Breakfast
L dish.
Superior Oreen and Black Teas.
Extra Flour, Cheese, Lard. Butter.
.lust received and for sale bv
Oct 9_ ALFRED TOLLESON.
Goshen Butter,
CHEESE !
JUST RECEIVED AND FOE, SALE.
ARRIVED per Express THIS DAY:
GOSHEN BUTTER.
F.nglish Dai: v CHEESE.
Extra LAUD; For sale low bv
Sept 2C ALFRED TOLLESON.
CORX, SI UAR, COFFEE, ETC.
TEST RECEIVED:
500 bushels White CORN.
300 bushels Mixed Corn.
Sugar. Cotice, Salt.
Bagging. Rope and Twine. For sale bv
Kept 2G ALFRED TOLLESON. *
Cockade City
PABLOB MATCH ! l!
SOLD to the TRADE CHEAPER than
anv other Match of thc kind in market.
Sept" 5 2mo CALNAN A KREUDER.
m\m IRONWORKS!
COL I'M Ii IA, S. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
nnHE above Works can furnish all kinds
X of IRON and BRASS CASTINGS, MA?
CHINERY, GRIST and SAW MILL IRONS,
GIN WHEELS, of different sizes, tte., at
short notice and on reasonable terms.
A new, large Foundry having just been
finished, the proprietor is prepared to cast
HOUSE FRONTS and any oilier CASTING,
of every description and dimension, and
will guarantee satisfaction.
A Portable and a Stationary 25 and 30
horse power Engine for salo for cash, at a
reasonable price.
lt. Mc.DOUGALL, Attorney.
Oct ll Superintendent.
AUGUSTA, GA.
Newly Furnished and Refitted !
Unsurpassed hy ?any Hotel Smith ! !
RE-OPENED TO THE PUBLIC.
T. S. NICKERS0N, Proprietor,
Late ?>f Mills House, Charleston, and Pro?
prietor of Nickerson's Hotel, Columbia,
S. C. Oct 9 12
AT COST!
GENERAL STOCK OF
THE subscriber offers for sale, at
^ftAand BELOW COST, Iiis entire stock
J^|C of HARDWARE, without reserve,
" " ^consisting in part (d' thc following
articles, viz:
.Vines' Long and Short Handle Shovels.
" " " Spades.
" " " Manure
Forks.
25 <loz. genuine Collins' Axes.
100 kegs Parker Mill Nails.
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
Door Locks-a general assortme nt.
Screws, Chisels and Augers.
Mill and Hand File?.
Hatchets, Hammers and Broad Axes.
Butt and Strap Hinges.
Trace Chains und Axle Grease.
Hollow-ware of nil stvlcs, Ac.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second door from Shiver House,
Sept fi Brno On Plain street.
REMOVAL!
C. F. JACKSON, !
MAIN ST.t NEXT TO J. cfc T. R. AGNEW'S GROCERY STOREA
JUST RECEIVED, a splendid lot of RIBBONS, at BOWER PRICES than eau be
bought elsewhere.
SILK BELTING, at 25 cents.
THREAD EDGINGS and CLUNY LACE-vory lois .
Cambric Bands, Edgings and Insertings.
Dimity Bands, Infant's Waists and Robes.
Jaconet, Swiss, Mull and Nainsook Muslin.
White and Colored Tarlatan.
Beautiful Plaid Alpacas, at 50 cents per yard.
Ladies' Linen Collars, at 12.J cents.
A variety of Lace Collars.
Plain and Embroidered Collars and Cutts.
Heavy Flannel Shirts, at $2.U0.
Balance of Stock of Clothing at Cost.
ALSO.
A tine lot of CASSIMERES, for Men's amt Boys' wear, has recently been added, at
I EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
_C. J\_ JACKSON.
S H. MYERS & CO.,
! STJCCESSOFwS TO ABELES. MYERS & CO.,
I OPPOSITE OLD CITY HOTEL, COLUMBIA, S. C..
ARE NOW READY TO EXHIBIT THEIR FALL STYLES OF
'LADIES' DR1S? GOODS?
As being the most desirable in style and price in this city.
S. H. MYERS &. CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO ABELES, MYERS ? CO.,j
IMPORTERS OF RIBBONS AND FRE1I1 FLOWERS !
HAVE just opened tho LARGEST and FINEST ASSORTMENT, unsurpassed in
tins city, viz:
RIBBONS, of all shades and widths.
VELVET RIBBONS, all shades ami widths.
BELT RIBBONS,
FRENCH FLOWEI b.
BRIDAL WREATHS.
OSTRICH FEATHERS, all colors.
White and Black LACES, all widths.
" " BONNET CRAPE,
i STRAW BONNETS.
LADIES' HATS, trimmed and untrimmed.
Special attention is paid to orders from Country Merchants anil Milliner.-'
1,000 pairs WOMEN'S SHOES, from $1.25 up.
500 " MEN'S BROGANS, from 81.50 up.
200 '? " BALMORALS, from ?2 up.
250 " CHILDREN'S SHOES, Dom *1 up.
20 cases BOOTS, from S3 up.
! 75 doz. Men's and Boys' HATS, from fi up.
S- 33L- MYERS ?t?fo
Oct 3 Successors to Abeles, Myers A Co.
Oct 12 t
TT
ar Aware!
?J.ENUINE SWEDES and ENGLISH
IRON-all sizes.
CHAINS. HAMES.
AXES, Ac, in full supply.
Rodgers', Wostenholm's and Alexander's 1
CUTLERY.
. SCISSORS, SHEARS.
TABLE CUTLERY.
PLATED SPOONS FORKS.
Ivory-handle TABLE KNIVES.
CARVERS and FORKS, &c.
AUGERS,
PLANES,
CHISELS,
TANNERS' TOOLS,
SCALES.j
GLASS,
PUTTY,
OIL, Ac, Sec. I
Bolting Cloths and Belting.
Smut Machines.
Sifters, by the dozen or at retail.
BOOTS AND SHOES. I
DRY GOODS. '
RYE! RYE!! RYE!!!
150 bushels SEED RYE.
100 sacks SALT. ?
400 bushels OATS.
In store and for sale by
FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Sept 18_j
ROCK: ISLAND:
AND
SALEM J?A3*S ! j
A T retail or bv thc piece, bv the agents, ;
FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Sept 13
100 labs. Butter,
?ROM "the farm of Stephen Gibson. F
sale by FISHER A. LOWRANCE.
WANTED,
100,000J^OLD METAL ! !
-1 O CENTS per pound paid for BRASS,
JLO 16 " '.' COPPER.
ii " 41 1 LEAD.
For largo quantities, a higher cash price
will bo paid bv
S. E. STRATTON,
Assembly street, ono door from Gervais.
Oct 4 Imo
Drugs
AN D
Ml Di Ci NES!
HOSTETTER'S BI TTERS.
McLean's Strength'g Cordial, j
Panknin's Hepatic Bitters. ]
Plantation Bitters.
Mustang Liniment.
Perry Davis' Pain Killer.
Hoo?and'a German Bitters.
Radway's Belief. ,
Sandford's Liver In vigor at or.
White Castile Soap.
Cod Liver Oil.
Calomel. Alum.
Opium. Blue Mass.
Concentrated Eve.
Castor Oil.
Sulphur, Cream of Tartar.
Epsom Salts, Magnesia.
White Mustard Seed.
Nutmegs, Mace.
Turmeric, Prepared Chalk.
Hops, Dover's Powder. j
English Mustard.
Together with a large assortment of
such articles as ure generallv kept in first
class drug stores. DR. C H. MIOT.
Sept 1 Druggist, and Chemist.
ROSS WATER.
ONE case TRIPLE SUPERIOR FRENCH
ROSE WATER, received and for sale
at MIOT'S DRUG STORE._
QUIN I NE!
1 ?\\?m 0Z- QUININE, received THIS
JA/\J DAY bv National Express at
June 2!) 'MIOT'S DRUG STORE.
Worm Confection.
AFRESH SUPPLY of the abovo at
Juno 29 MIOT'S DRUG STORE.
FRESH CITRATE HAGS ES?A.
ONE case CITRATE MAGNESIA, re?
ceived at MIOT'S DRUGSTORE.
_Jidy_15_
A Pleasant Tonic.
Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir of Cali?
saya Bark.
THE bitterness of thc Calisaya and the
nauseous inkiness of M?o iron, which
have so often rendered these estimable
tonics repulsive to delicate stomachs, arc
entirely overcome by being skillfully blend?
ed into a delightful cordial, pleasant to the
taste, acceptable to the stomach and invi?
gorating to tho evstem. For sale at
July 0 DR. C. H. MIOT'S Drug Store.
Sarsaparilla.
AYER'S SARSAPARILLA.
SAND'S "
hipping's Sarsaparilla and Queen's De?
light, tor salo at
Julv 17 Pit. C. H. MIOT'S Drug Store.
SOLUBLE GUM DROPS.
A SUPPLY just received bv express, at
xTL Dn. C. li. MIOT'S
July C _ Drug store.
SILICIOUS^?MENT!
FOR cementing Glass,- China, Ac. For
sale at Du. C. H. MIOT'S
July G _ Drug Store.
FINE LEMONS.
JUST received per Express.
Oct 5 JOHN C. SEEGERS St CO.
Gun and Blasting Powder.]
JUST received and for sale low, a com- j
plete assortment of Gnu, Hille and ;
Blasting POWDER, in whole, half ami
quarter ke^s, and in canisters, at wholesale
and retail, at very low prices. Also. Safety :
Fuse, for Blasting.
tO' Inquire ?or DUPONT'S POWDER
it is the best. J. .V T. R. AGNEW.
&g~ Carolinin rt copy. Oct 13
CHEESE! CHEESE!
?DA BOXES choice CUTTING CHEESE,
Ow just received and for sale low bv
Oct 12 _ _J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Scales, Scales, Scales.
JUST received, a supply of TEW SCALES,
Counter Scales and small Platform ,
Scales, which will be sold at vcrv low prices
by_ J. A- T. R. AGNEW.
Grass Scythes! Grass Scythes'. !
JUST received per Express, a supplv nf
GRASS SCYTHES.
Oct 10 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
SALT! SALT.
FIVE HUNDRED sacks LIVERPOOL
SALT, large size, now on hand and
for salo at reduced prices for cash hv
-Psi Al _,T- * T- LL AG^EW
Potware! Potware!
AFULL supply of POTS, OVENS, SPI- ?
DEUS and SAUCE-PANS, now on
hand and for sale at lowest market prices :
by J. ,v T. Ii. AGNEW. !
"Oct 9_
SODA AND STARCH !
TWO THOUSAND lbs. COOKING SODA.
1.000 lbs. PEARL STARCH. Just rc-I
ceived and for sale low bv
! Oct 9 J. AT. P. AGNEW.
AXES! AXE Si AXES!
FIFTY doz. best warranted AX ES. Just
received and for sale low, at whole
oalo and retail bv .). cc T. H. AGNEW.
Oct 9
FLOTO,
K/\ BBLS. CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR.
0\J 100 bbl?. .. B ikers'
Just received and for salo low bv
j Sept 30_J. T. it. AGNEW.
I POTATOES! POTATOES!
*_>/\ BBLS. prime Northern POTATOES.
'? O VJ Just received and. for sale low bv
1 Sept 30 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Prime G-oshen Butter.
TUN firkins choice GOSHEN* BUTTER.
Just received and for sale bv
j Sept 30_ J. A T. R. AG N EVV.
Bacon! Bacon.
11EN hhds. choice SIDES. SHOULDERS
. and Sugar-cured BREAKFAST STRIPS,
j Just received and for sah: bv
Sept_3|J_ J. A T." R. AGNEW.
CANDLES! CANDLES!
ONE HUNDRED boxes Sperm and Ada?
mantine CANDLES. Just received
I and for sale bv J. A T. lt. AGNEW,
j Sept 80_
j Spades, Shovels and Manure Forks.
! XA DOZ. AMES' SPADES and SHO
OVJ VELS.
20 doz. Rowland's ami Thoma* Spa dos
i and Shovels.
25 doz. Manure Forks, assorted qualities,
j Just received and for sale low bs
I Sept 6 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, &e.
FOUR THOUSAND lbs. pure WHITE
LEAD.
200 gallons Raw and boded Linseed Oil.
; 100 gallons Spirits Turpentine.
i With a full assi u t ment i >f Dry and Ground
Paints, consisting in part of Chrome
Gretal, Paris Green, Chrome Yellow, Drop
black, Lampblack, Litharge, Venetian Red,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre, Umber,
Sienna, Vandyke Brown, Prussian Blue,
Verniiliion, Black Lead, Pumice Stone, Pi
: tent Dyes, Ac.
ALSO,
A full assortment of Carriage and Furai
t ire Varnishes, Japan Window lilas.-, Paint
Lrnshes, Ac. For sale low bv
Flavoring Extracts.
REAL FLAVORING EXTRACTS of Le?
mon, Pine Apple. Vanilla, Strawberry,
j Almond, Ac. Just received and for sale at
fair prices by J. A T. 1'. AGNEW.
! Sugar and Coffee.
ONE HUNDRED bids. REFINED SI
GARS, consisting of Crushed, Pow?
dered, Granulated and Ext r.t Coffee Sugars.
50 ?bis. Muscovado Sugars.
100 bags Rio, Maracaibo and Java Cof?
fees. On hand and forsale at low prices liv
_Sept 5 J. A T. R. AGNEW. '
Cash Notice.
37tOE tho information of all concerned,
we state that our terms areCASH BE?
FORE DELIVERY OF GOODS, orders
sent us from country and elsewhere will
receive no attention nutras arrompanM
icith cash to pay the bill.
Aug 12 " J. A T. R. AGNEW.
Segars, Tobacco, &c.
~f\ r\(\f\ S EG ARS, assorted from
fJVJ?V/VJV./ Common to choice.
Together with a good assortment of
Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO, embrac?
ing tho celebrated Durham Smoking. Jenny
Lind and Solace Chowing. For sale nt
wholesale and retail at low prices bv
July 27 _ J. A T. R. Ai. N EW.
Circular Saws.
AFULL assortment of best qualltv
Cast Steel CIRCULAR SAWS, from 8
to 52 inches in diameter, just received and
forsale low bv J. A T. R. AGNEW.
July 21_ "_
JSLle and Porter.
ONE H UN DR ED dozen London PORTER
and Edinburg ALE. Just received and
for sali' by_ J. & T. R. AGNEW.
TEKWIX-LIGEH'S
FIRE & BCBGLAR PROOF SAFES,
rpilE undersigned have been appointed
1. agents for these superior SAFES.
Diese Safen are made with three flanges
all other safes have but two. They have
Powder Proof Locks, and the locks and
bolts aro protected with plates of Inn dened
steel, which is the only protection against
the burglars drill and the insertion of pow?
der. Also, warranted five from dampness.
Willie these Sates have no superior in
quality, they are furnished at moderate
prices'-at least ?5 to 3.5] per cent, less than
Herring's and other makers, while tlie
quality cannot bc surpassed.
A sample Safe can oe seen at our sioro.
and orders will be taken at New York
pr ?es, with expenses of transportation
ar* Jed, and no charge for forwarding in
Charleston. J. A T. R. AGNEW.
jSLiiction. Sales.
Unlimited Sale ot Shoes, Boots,?'toe Thee,..
Felt Hals, ,1;,-.
By LEVIN & PELXOTTO.
OX TUESDAY MOUSING, at our Btore
we will Bell, without reserve,
200 pairs .Min's Brogans.
150 " Dov's
100 " Mou's Heavy Boot*.
50 " Congress Gaiters.
100 " Ladies' Cloth Gaiters,
."iii " Low-ouartcred shoe;--.
Kio " Wom?u's Heavy Boots.
100 " Morocco Buskins,
pin '. Mi.roe'/ i Hoots.
200 " MiS8Ca' Kid Boots.
DOZ. Men's felt Hats,
.lo lbs. Shoe Thread, iballs.; .Ve.
Bargains certain, as the above consign?
ment will positively be s<dd. Oct 13
Sews, Smoking Tobacco, Fifes, &c.
By LEVIN & PEIXGTT0.
ON TUESDAY MORNING next, itnme
diately niter thc sale cf shoes, we will
sell,
SEGAKS ol' the following brands:
Boxes Flora Denienda.
" Espanola, Cabangas.
Cigucttas.
(?ross Chewing Tobacco.
Bah s Killickinick.
Meerschaum Pipes, Brier Pip?s, Ac.
eau Carolinian please Copy. Oct 18
Frame. Store-room ol Fr?cate Sale.
By LEVIN Cc PE?X0?T0.
rpiIK ahoveis offered for -ale the pre
l sent occupant iv tiring from business,
lis locathm is one ol' the best, being in tue
vicinity of the new Market, and a first-rate
st a ml "fur business. Oct lo
.ea! Estate
or Tin-;
STATE WORKS
AT GREENVILLE, S. C.,
AT ?BIYAT:S SALK.
Mn HE Commissioners of the State Works
JL at Greenville, s. c., offer at private
sale, thu HEAL ESTATE of said Works.
The Tract of Land contains i wenty acres,
and is situa; cd one mile a;.il :i third from
tiie Court House at Greenville, s. C., hav?
ing the Anderson Hoad on one- side and thc
Greenville and Columbia Railroad o:i the
', other. A Branch Track from the Railroad
1 runs into the premises. About twelve,
acres of the Lunn is enclosed with a high
I and close batten fence, and wubin the en?
closure ar.- me following BUILDINGS, viz:
I Ofrico, 18 by 4!) feet: 3 finished rooms; 2
', lire-places.
j Machine Shop. ;"<U by 200 feet, with brick
, basement, and Boiler lions.- attached, and
Co leet Chimney and Flue.
Machine Shop, iii) hy 100 feet, with Boil? i
House and Drying House attached, and (lu
i feet Chimney and Flue,
i Blacksmith Shop, 50 bv 100 feet, with IV
! Forges.
? Iron Foundry, brick, with two (.'upoia.-.
i Air Furnace, Oven and Chimney.
; Brass Foundry, 20 by 30 feet, with Cupo
I la, Double Furnace and Clumner.
Carpenter Shoo. 50 hy 100 fee!, on brick
pillars, with Engi..- '"ouse attached.
Small Blacksmith Shop. 20 by 22 feet
j with Doable Forge.
Pattern House, one and hali siorv, 2u
by 40 feet.
Store-room, 2:i b\ 50 feet, on brick pil
i lars.
Store-room, 23 by <?j feet, KU brick pil
: lars.
Smoke-house, IS by 40 feet.
Corn Crib, 12 hy feet.
Shed, tl') b\ 70 feet.
Iron House. Col;.- Shed. Stable, Fodder
House.
Weil House, ls hy 20 feet.
Small Engine House,
i TERMS. - A credit of one and two years,
in equal instalments, with interest from
date, mi approved personal security, mort
gage of the premises, ?md assigned insur?
ance of the buildings.
'There aie several small Buildings on
i the premises, outside nf '.in- enclosure,
j which will he sold for cash, io Pi- removed
from the premises.
Tor further information, applv to
C. J. ELFORD,
Sec'y to Commissioners state Works,
Oct' 13 Greenville, S. C.
T?E. UNDERSIGNED
having leased thc above
named POPULAR HOTEL,
leave to inlorin her
former pur.ms and tin- traveling public
generallv thal she will h.- prepared for the
I RECEPTION Ot' VISITORS on and after
' September l!, 186G.
The tiible will be supplied with the beal
, the markets afford, and no effort spared
Itomakeit A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE.
Mus. D. C. SPECK,
Proprietress.
Columbia, S. c., September 1, lrftitl.
I Oct 4 '.Imo
?ji? ii???rc? cvw?u ?
STEAM REFINED SUGAR LOAF SY?
RUP-an extra article.
Oct 5 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
j FRENCH AND ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS !
I CASSIMERESt TWEEDS,
rpilE subscribers have just received,and
I X will open Tills MORNING, a few in?
voices, cc un prising a neat assortment of
! CLOTHING, ENGLISH and FRENCH
CLO I lls. -CASSIMEEES, Xc.-'bciiia the
/lest importation to this city for the season.
Our READY-MADE GOUOS are princi
j pally from our own manufactory, and are
made up in the latest styles.
? Our stuck of materials for manufacturing
. embraces) ? very style, and will be ma le np
! to order at the shortest notice. Our cus
! comers in the country ara invited tocal) or
send their orders, when they will bc
1 promptly attended to.
Wo will also open shortly, a fine assort
i meut of HATS, of the various styles in the
latest fashion.
We invite the attention of our visitin?
i friends in the city to these late arrivals,
. feeling assured that wo will be able to give
satisfaction to ail who desire to supply
' themselves.
IR. & W. C. SW1FFIELD,
i Sept 19 BEDELL'S ROW.

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