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LONDON, Monday, October 29.-Tholatest
advices from Candia report that fighting
between tho Christians and the Turkish
lu cons?quence of thc bad conditiou of j
the telegraph lines in Newfoundland, it is
proposed hy the Agent of the American
Telegraph Company tn lay cables from
Pl aeon tia Pay to Halifax and Boston.
PRAGUE, Saturday, October 27. Au at
U'tnpt was made to shoot the Emperor
Francis Joseph, on leaving the theatre,
this evening. Tho culpr.*- aimed a pistol
at Kaiser, but , before the ball fired, bo was
seized by an Englishman, and placed un?
LON HON, Tuesday, October 30. Thc
Thu?.* again urges the reference of dui ms
of thc United States, for property destroyed
by tho Alabama, to a joint commission,
and thinks it would be an act of policy, if
;;..>t. just ice.
BERLIN, Tuesday, October39.-The King
has directed thc celebration of a solemn
fete, ou the 11th of November, for the re
storat ion of peace.
LIVERPOOL, Monday. October 29. Cotton
steady - sales 10,(100 bates: middling up?
lands I5d. Breadstnffs linn.
LONDON, Monday, October 29. -Money
market unchanged, ('ousels 89.}. Five
LIVERPOOL, Tuesday, October 30: -Cot?
ton quiet; middling uplands lad. Pork |
declining. Breadstuffs tinner.
MANCHESTER, Tuesday. October 30.
Market for goods and yarns Hat.
NEW YORK, October 31.-Tho Washing?
ton correspondent of the Times says that
Sherman has accopted the military and di?
plomatic mission to Mexico, and will ac?
company Col. Campbell, the nev Minister,
to that country.
Tho ?steamer Arizona, front Aspinwall,
arrived this morning, bringing ?1,200,000
Tho French war steamer Tallis m an ar?
rived at Panama, from Mexico, with a
large number of sick and wounded, who
were placed in the Foreign Hospital, and
Jlio vessel sailed again for Mexico.
^ A serious conflagration occurred at As?
pinwall on the 19th. The United States
Hotel was destroyed.
Honduras has decided to romain neutral
in the war between Spain, Peru and Chili.
TORONTO, October 31.-Tho Episcopal
Church at Brantford, Canada Wost, was
sacked by the Fenians on their hearing of
the sentence of Lynch and McMahon.
MONTREAL, October 31.-At a-public din?
ner, at Cartier, last night. General Sir
John Michel, Commander-in-Chief, made
a speech, recommending the fortification
Of Montreal, Kingston, and points West;
also, that the volunteer movement he ex?
tended over the whole of British America.
Thc Canadian papers are discussing Se?
ward's letter and tho lone of thc American
press on the Fenian d ials. They say thal
threats will do the prisoners more harm
BALTIMORE, October 31.-The trial of the
Commissioners is still progressing. All
parties are very anxious to get through
with the trial.
NEW YORK, October 31 -Noon.-Gold 4(5?;
sterling nominal, at 9A for sixty days; D j
for sight. Cotton very dull and unchanged.
Flour firm, at ?12.80@$17. Wheal :Vt(.?c.
better. Corn 2@3c. lower. Pork firmer,
at $35. Lard quiet, al 1?<(?IG?.
7 P.M. Gold 40?. Cotton heavy, with
sales of 1,8110 bales; middling 3S?@40?.
Flour tinner - sales 450 barrels; Sontheim
S12.80@17. Lard hover, at 13i@15$. Su?
gar steady -sales 2,100 barr?is. Spirits
turpentine 83@85. Rosin $firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEV. ORLEANS, October 31. -Cotton
easier-quotations unchanged. Gold 17.^.
Sugar 16.}. Molasses $1. Flour stoadv, at
MOBILE, October 31.-Cotton salis, to?
day, 1,000 bales; middling .T>. Market linn.
A SAW MILL, with Circular Saw, in
r\ good order, about four milds from Co?
lumbia. Timber abundant within half a
mile of the mill, and superior water power.
For terms, Ac., apply to
Oct 31 3 RA Cl I MAN A WAT1ES.
QJENUINE SWEDES and ENGLISH
IRON all sizes.
AXES, A.c.. in full supply.
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PLATED SPOONS FORKS.
Ivory-handle TABLE KN I VPS.
CARVERS and FORKS, Ac.
OIL, Ac, Ac.
Bolting Cloths and Belting.
?.inuit Mac! hies.
Sifters, by the dozen or at retail.
w BOOTS AND SHOES.
RYE! RYE! ! RYE! ! !
t 150 bushels SEED RYE.
100 sacks SALT.
F 400 bushels OATS.
In store and for salo by
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SALEM JEANS !
1' retail or by tho piece, bv the agents,
FISHER A LOWRANCE.
100 libs. Butter,
,1ROM tho farm of Stephen Gibson. For
' sale by FISHER A LOWRANCE.
Sophy Langham'i Diary.
I CONCLUDED. I
"Come," ho said, "will yon swear?"
I faltered an assent, and there,
under the gray shadow of the church,
the impostor dictated an oath so
dreadful that I shudder now at the
hare recollection of it.
"And now. Miss Sophy," Le said,
when my pale lips had faltered it
out, "wo will go home. You have
boon sowing hemp-seed, and I (sus?
pecting your intention) followed you
for a joke, ami frightened you great?
ly, ('onie, take hold of my arm, and
recollect that that is thc story for
I obeyed in stunned despair, und
wo left tho church-yard.
As ascended tho few stops hom
tho gate to tho park, wo met Anthony
Langham hastening toward thom.
He said t hey had bron alarmed at my
long absence, and Miss Langham had
sent him to look for nie.
O'Halloran nt once related how he
had ft)llowed mc for a joke, and how
I had been so frightened by his sha?
dow that I had nearly fainted, and
was only just able to walk home.
This story my pale looks certainly
Anthony looked very vexed, I
thought, and said, "Such jokes aro
foolish and dangerous. I feared to
watch over your safety, Miss Sophy,"
he continued, "as I wished to have
done, lest I might involuntarily alarm
you, should you see nie; and I did
not think any ono would take the
liberty of really following you."
This was said with a glance of de?
fiance at O'Halloran. I interposed to
prevent a quarrel.
"Ob., it is nothfng," I said; "non?
sense appears to belong to Hallow?
e'en; and lin few was too absurd to
be anything but ridiculous."
How ashamed I felt of this false?
hood, especially as O'Halloran ac?
tually pressed my hand with bis arm,
as if to acknowledge the good faith
with which I kept my vow.
Everything that followed seems
confused to my memory. I know
that Anthony blamed Miss Langham
for her folly, and said her age was
her only excuse for permitting snell a
thing; and that O'Halloran agreed
with him, and (quite truthfully, J
doubt not,) regretted that I had
undertaken the adventure.
And then we reached home; and
there were idle jests from tho young
people, upon Mr. O'Halloran's hav?
ing "harrowed my hemp-seed!" Tl?
wretch had the effrontery to say "IK
had rather harrowed my feelings, as
he liad given mo much alarm."
1 fancied that both Margery and
Anthony Langham were very silent,
and even appeared displeased; bul
then my mind was too disturbed foi
me to be capable of cleaily judging
of anything. Certainly, Margery'.'
"Good-night" was colder than usual
NOVEMBER 2.-When I awoke this
morning, I cannot describe the acut?
mental pain that came with the reeol
lection of my discovery and my oath
All the cruel wrong done to Anthon;
Langham, tho imposition practice!
on Miss Langham, the horrible asso
ciation with a low London thie
forced upon ns, rushed on my mint
I scarcely know how T have go
through tlie day. I am sure I Law
been absent, pre-ocenpied, miserable
with a. frightful headache whicJ
served for an excuse for my depres
As if instinctively aware of m;
complicity in the wrong done him
Anthony Langham lias been cold am
distant all day.
That horrid O'Halloran began b;
paying nu; great attention, but T wa
so utterly incapable of concealing ni;
disgust, that lie perceived il, am
prudently left my side.
Alas! all my days, this hateful st
cret wiri weigh upon my soul.
NOVEMBER 3.--I had far bette
have died-far better! Death is
booti in comparison with my Hf
now. What shall I do? What sha
I do? Heaven have pity!
He-the wretch! the monster! th
possible murderer, has proposed t
Margery-has been accepted.
I have knelt at her feet-I hav
implored her not to marry him.
She denies that it is for his wealt
she accepted him ; sho says she lovt
him! She answers my tears, m
agonized ont reatios--angrily. SI:
accuses inti of a mean jealousy
silly pride. Oh, Margery, my ow
sister-my darling, if you could ht
They have written to toll ninmn
of the proposed marriage. Will si
consent? ? have also written to ir
plore her not to do so. My letti
was eager, wild, impassioned; aurel
she cannot read it and not percer
that some strong motive induced n
to write it.
O'Halloran caught mo alone for
few moments after I had learned tl
news. He began by urging on n
the fact that he was restoring; to i
the inheritance of the family; th
we should benefit by his crime.
When 1 gave utterance to n
agony, my disgust, my horror, ai
wained him that, if he persisted
seeking Margery's hand, I might 1
tempted to break my oath, ho throi
ened to take my life.
Perhaps, after all, my cowardi
lias only saved it for a few days. Tl
two villains have every reason to p
me out of tho world. What shall
do? Break an oath, and such :
oath? I, who have been trained 1
my father to think even a promi
sacred! 1 am indeed in the toi
OL! if I bad but chosen death on
Hallowe'en! Then his crimo wonhl
have been discovered-my innocent
blood wonhl have cried to Heaven
for justice, and Margery would have
been safe, and Anthony, too. An?
thony, who loves me-yes, he has
told me now that it was me lie loved!
And I could hear tho avowal with
cold despair, instead of tho joy it
might have been, and refuse the best
good this world could give, because I
am unworthy of it. What! marry
him I wrong? Have a secret, and
such a secret, from my husband? It
could not be. But 1 ara so misera?
ble-so miserable. What shall I do?
What will bo the end?
A LETTER FROM MISS LANGHAM TO MKS.
DEAR MADAM: I am sorry to be
obliged to request your immediate
presence at Maldon. Your charming
youngest daughter, whose gaycty and
grace had won all our hearts, is very
ill. Soc. ?3 suffering from brain fever,
caused, I fear, by my own folly. I
permitted her to try H foolish charm
on Hallowe'en, and your future son
in-law, Mr. O'Hallomn, alarmed her
by following her in jest. Thc shock
to her nerves was so great that she
has been dull and indisposed ever
since, and is now confined to lier bed.
Her illness is, of course, serious, but
sim has youth and great natural
strength on her side, and we must
hope and put our trust in Heaven.
"I think I need scarcely urge your
instant coming. Poor Margery for?
gets her own happiness in attending
on her sister. Mr. O'Halloran ap?
pears as anxious for her as any of us.
''Believe me, very truly yours,
SOPHY RESUMES HER DIARY.
DECEMBER 24-CHRISTMAS EVE.
Tho Christmas bolls are ringing mer?
rily; thc fire blazing brightly; mam?
ma sitting with her knitting in thc
chimney-corner. I resume my diarj
once more, with feelings of humble
aud devout gratitude.
I have been very ill since I wrote
last in this volume, and remembered
nothing of many unrecorded days
Tlicy sent for my mother; she carno
and at once installed herself by nn
Ono night, while she was watching
my restless slumbers and listening lc
my murmured words, ?lie heard m<
say, "If I die, they will read nv
That possibility was the one hopi
and thought of my lucid intervals
so, in my delirium, I spoke of it.
"Miss Sophy often says tha
ma'am," observed the nurse, who sa
up with mamma. ..Her diary runs
deal in lier head. "
"Where is it ?" asked my mother,
sudden thought darting into he
mind. "Go and ask Miss Margery.
Margery had locked my hook up a
tho beginning of my illness-sh
gave it to thc nurse; and my mothci
assuming her maternal prerogative
and firmly believing that her Soph
had no secrets from her, opened il
and read from the period of our ai
rival at Maldon up to tho close.
Surely my guardian angel smile
beside her as she did so.
The whole secret was plain nov
Tho next morning, almost at da]
dawn, my mother sought tho roete
aud confided tho ta!e to him. ll
came up and saw Miss Langhan
then rode ott" and secured a polie
inspector at once.
O'Halloran and the footman we:
taken into custody. O'Halloran ff
on his knees and offered to confe
everything, if Miss Langham won
pardon him. Of course, she cou
They are both now enduring pen
servitude for life.
lt seems that Edward, the foe
man, was ono of a gang of Loiuh
thieves, who, with a falso characte
had got himself engaged in Mi
Langham's family, for the purpose
robbing tho house.
Soon after his arrival, Jervis, tl
butler, who is a garrulous old ma
related to him tho family histor
and how Mr. Anthony Langham w
heir, because' Miss Dorothy Lan
ham, a great-niece of Sir Jonathan
had never been heard of since s
rau away with tho Irish officer ai
went to America; nor "could th
trace her or find that sho had left a
children, though tho lawyers had ii
vertised for them many times.
Ned was a genius in his lino. T
idea occurred to him of supplying
heir to the estate in tho O'Hallor
family. He had a nephew who b
received a good education at a i
tiouai school, and might, he thong;
pass for the heir. With tho aid c>:
low attorney employed by thieves
plot was so ably concocted that ev
Miss Langham's cautious man
business was deceived, and Mr. C
ney O'Halloran (the footman's i
phew) was received at Maldon Ii
as its future possessor.
?Doubts had, however, occur)
since to the family lawyer, and
had sent a clerk to America to iu\
tigate more closely tho pretenth
claims. Knowledge of this 1
reached Green, and induced him
come down to Maldon on Hallo we'
to warn his confederates of tl
danger and to advise decisive ni
sures. They-Edward and OTIa
ran-bad walked out with him, ft
ing to hold any conversation of
portance within tho possible .hear
of listeners, and on their rot
homeward, after seeing him on
road to the railway station, they
lingered, as I too well knew, in
The infamous liiwyerj found me
to escape from tho hands of just
but tho two impostors, uncle and
nephew, were already doomed, and
suffering their first punisbu1 K
Such was the tale my mother ton
yesterday; I was not strong enoogn
to hear it in detail before.
. Humbly do I thank the Divine
Providence which has so mercifully
revealed this iniquity before it was
too late. For even if it had been
discovered by the researches of the
lawyer's clerk, tho discovery would
have come only alter Margery's niaj^J
riage, and would have overwhelniedl
us ali with disgrace. Perhaps O'Hal
loran liad hoped that, if lie were
onco a member of the family by mar?
riage, he would not bo exposed or
punished, even if thc trick were
found out. But my happy illness
and this dear book saved her from
such a fate, and she has just now im?
plored mo, with tears in her eyes, to
forgive her unjust suspicions and
Poor, dear Margery ! I could only
draw her to my bosom and weep over
her. How she must suffer! Will she
ever recover her mortification and
Our mother is a little harsh to her.
She declares that Margery is rightly
punished for her mercenary view of
marriage-for it seems that my sister
accepted O'Halloran because ho was
heir to tho properly which she had
from the first coveted.
It will, it seems, come into our
family oven now, for Anthony, whose
despair at my danger touched my
mother, has won from her the second
secret of my diary, and refuses to
accept thc refusal I gave him while 1
believed invsilenee so cruelly wronged
Wc aro, therefore, to Miss Lang
ham's great joy, betrothed, and are
to be married early in the spring.
Anthony has been confessing to?
day that ho was dreadfully jealous
the night he met mc with O'Halloran,
and lie says he should never have
asked nie to bo his wife, had not tMH
impostor made Margery an offert
How grateful I ought to be to
Heaven that good has been brought
out of thc idle and irreverent folly of
sowing hemp-seed upon Hallowe'en!
AX OLD FRIEND WITH A MM
THE POLLOCK HOUSE.
THIS thoroughly-equipped RESTAU?
RANT has just been completed, and
tho lovers of tho good things ot' this life
aro informed that they can he supplied
with almost everything in tin! "eating and
drinking lino." Tho best of Winos, Li?
quors and Cigars on hand. Dinners and
suppi rs prepared at short notice and in
tho very best stylo. Elegantly furnished
supper rooms connected with tho estab
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Oct 31 Proprietor.
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A List of Letters
REMAINING in the Posi Office, Col um- j
i bia, ?. C., November 1, I8C6. Persons j
.calling Tor Idlers in this list, will piense j
i say "They are advertised."
i A. H A S. Mesera Kelly, James
I Adams, Pompey Kenny, ./ M
[ Addison, .lames T 2 [vet hear I, Mis
I Albert, Barnwell King, Mitchell 2
Anderson, Wm I! bang, Tinta
Anderson, Mrs M hawson, Jits Ellen
Anderson, Peterson beach, T li
Anderson, Mrs Ann Lee, ll W
Arthur, .las Legree, Ned
rArtbur, Benj Lcnmuui, W ll
Augustus, Miss (j Bevit, Quash, eol'd,
Atkerson, Alfred Leos ton, Miss ?
baldwin, O M Lewallyn, J
ballinger. Wm 2 Llewellyn, Wm J
barnes, Miss Fanny hitman', Alexander
.Harness, Miss M ii Long, Miss F L
Barncss A Co, A .1 '.eng. Joseph
Barnett. D F Loveitt, Wm
Bates, .1 Y Liunerman, Uardv
Bean, Mrs Idar! ha M A C. .Messrs
Belton. Miss Sallv Macleish, Archibald
Bennett, Maj <) W Marshall, Mrs c
Benson, MC Martin, Mrs Maria
Benton. J E Martin, .Miss 1 D
Blizzard, Miss L Mavs, Capt Samuel
Bleeker, Henry Mazyck, W S A .1
Bobinan, Mr McCanly Dr Jas
Boney, A (' Met lough, Mrs W
Bowen, W G Mci irav, Marv
Bovie, Alston S MeNeal, Rev ? .1
Brackett. B D McNaney, bc
Braden, Miss Anna McKenna, Charles
Brimm, W W Mention, Catv
Brinck, Nathan Merrtisbaw, c W
Briten. Martha Moy?, C
Brooks, II C Meyers; Serg't
Brown, Mrs Jabee Michell, Peter
Brown, .John Milegau, Dolly
Brown, Miss Boisev Montague, II
Bramfield, J 1) Molle,' Miss Sallv
Bruveti, W (' Mut ty. J '
Butler ? Earhart, Maye, .'ames
Byrd, C, eol'd, Mungon, Thomas
Calcar, Henry Naeghaw, Samuel
Camion, Wm Nelson, lt W
Cannai, Miss Anne Norvell, .Mis.I P
Cannon, S O'Connor, Patrick
Carling, Col O'Neal, Mrs Grace
Carstanpho, P Owens, Miss A J
Carter, Mrs Amy Oglesbee, Richard 2
Cartwright, Mrs M 2 Parks, ll L
Champion, Henry Parker, Hi.
Chapman & Carlton, Pattgli, G
Clark, A D Pearse, Samuel
Clarke, Lewis B Pemberton, J S
Clarke & Co, M il Pendleton, Julia
Clarke, Geo N Philips, Mrs II I)
Clarey, Mrs E V ' Pierson, Mrs M
^^itton. Geo Plumer, Mrs Sarah
^obb. Solomon Pope, John C
Conklin, Taylor Portee, Uriah
Coleman. J, eol'd, Poteet, James
Comes, Willson Powell, Mrs Bill
Canorday, Mr Purry, Thoa
Cooper A Gai thor. Rainais, Capt H E
Cord ic t, Jennings & Hagars, Mrs-E A
Co, Messrs Bice, Hugh
Crabtree, John 2 Richmond, Mi.<s E E
Craps A Morgan, Riley, C
Cromwell, Oliver Roach, Job .1
Davis, Charles Huberts, U M
Davis, Mrs .1 Roberts, David
Davis, London Roberts, Rev W T
Davis, Mrs Nancy Roberts, Wm
Davis, E F Robinson. Mrs W J
Dawkins, Miss L liollison. James
Dawkins, Henry C Boper, Mrs Betsy
Deas, Moses Bose, James
Dcm ison, John 2 Rose, W W
Devonport, T '1' Bull', Lewis
Oilier. V ttvlev, John
Douval, Albert S A Co,
Douglass. W J Sawver, F A
Dozier, J A Schindle, Miss AfiV
Dunsford, Miss S Scott, Mrs Jane
Ellis. John Scott, Gen
Ellis, Miss Caroline Scott, Janus
Evans, Hat. eol'd, Scott, J R
Fan, Milcv , Sharp. Miss Lucv
Feilt, Dr Samuel Shares, Albert
Ferguson, Mrs S Shevers, W
Flagg, Mrs F.1 iza Shi pe, Jackson :.
Ford, Mrs Harriet Sills, Miss E Ii
Forde, Charles Sill, O W
Ford, Miss Eliza Simmons, OH
Ford, Miss Mary B Simmons. Mr
Forester. W G & Co Simons, Margaret
Frailey, L, eoi'd, Simpson, Wm
Front, Miss Emily Siuglcton, James
F, J S Singleton, Aimy
Carlington, Robert Sinclair, Geo
Geiger, Mrs Marv .) Smith, E B
Gibbes, Jeff Smith, Misa Martha
Gollor, Same Smith. John C
Goodwin, Miss E II J Smith, Miss Kate
Good, Ben Davis Snipes, .dis M E
Good, Mrs Eugenia Solomon, J A
Goodwin, A G Sperrv, D A J Austi
Gowen-, Vinding Stackhouse, Col
JStlingai'd, Mrs V Stewart, Mrs Susan
XJullago, BevThos 2 Stewart, CT
Gwynn, (Um Walter Stanton, Hampton
Grant, Miss Alice Starling, Mrs
Gray, Mrs E Storlid, Miss Mary
Gregg, Mrs Lesh stuart, Miss J
Griflin, W B Sumter, Mrs Emily
Griga, Andy Taylor, Henrietta
Gross, David Tavlor, Mariah
Hancock, W Tavlor, John
Hardin, Wm D Thobbien, E M
Hardy, Alen Thomas, Henry E
Hargroves, J W Thomas, Miss L B
Harper, Jefferson Thompson, John
Harris, J S J 2 Thompson, G B
Harris, Mrs Eli/a Thompson, Mrs C
Hawkins, J G Tompson, Mrs P
Hawkins, P S Tenison, M
Hawley, Levi Townley, Farley AC
Hays, Miss Maggie Trilunt, (care of M
Heines, Mrs B Anderson)
Hemmingeon, J V Turkett, W A
Heriot, Miss ll Turrell, Charles N
Hern don, B F Nama', Miss Amelia
Heselsdon, Het ty Vogle, Theodore
Higgins, David Volger, C
Hill, Rulvert Hup Wachble, Miss N F
Hill, J L Walters, CF
Holmes, Miss Julia Waltrip, Mrs M Y
Holmes, Mrs M A Ward, Jacob
Hopkins, E T Warrington, E L
Hughes, Hardy Weaington, Capt O
Hunt, Mrs Cecelia Webbed, Peter
Hunter, Mrs E A Webbie, Theo
Hussan, John Wells, Dcastford
Jackson, Elizabeth 2 Weill, Richard
Jacobs, Mrs M Williams. Miss Did
Jacobs, Berry Williams, Miss Dit
Jemison, Miss Ann Williams, Mrs II
Joter, Miss T E Wilson, Mrs H
Jiner, Mrs Clarorio Wilson, Win M L
Johnson, Miss M S Wilson, Thomas
Johnston, Miss C B Wilson, Jesse M
Johnson, Jossnah Wishington, John
Johnson, Philip Witherspoon, Miss
Jones, Mrs Ann 2 Wood, F rancis
Jordon, Ii W Wright, Mrs Ann
Jordon, B Wright, Mrs S
Kelsy, Mrs M A Wyatt, W II
Kollv, John A Youngblood, W A
Kelly, J W
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Campaigns of the Army of tho Petunia
a critical history from lt<0l to 18G5; by W
Swinton; with line portraits ot Ironer
Grant, Meade, McClellan, Burnside, A
Tho Art of Amusing a collection
Merry Games, Tableaux, Ac.
Anil other new Publications, Novels,
For salo at
J. J. McCARTER'S BOOKSTORE,
Opposite Columbia Law Hangi
Oct 2H R. L. BRYA?
Variety Sa le.
By LEVIK & PE?X0TT9.
'1IIIS MORNING, at lo o'clock, wo will
.sell, at our store, without reserve.
Bacon, boxes Soap,
Goshen Butter, in kc?s and tuns.
Bourbon Whiskey, b'reneh lirandv
Schiedam Schnapps, Gin,
Chewing Tohacco, Segara,
Pipes in variety. Pocket Knives
A variety of Dry Goods,
Snndrv articles ol Furniture.
Cooking Stove, A e. Nov 1
W. T. WALTER
Wild, sell ai. his mart, on SATUEDAV
MORNING, al lo o'clock,
Bedsteads, Bme?aus, Mattresses.
Bed Clothes, Tables, Washstands.
Tin Toys, Toa Setts, Lamps and Fixtures
Umbrellas, Ladies' Kid (?loves.
Fire-works, Biscuits, Crackers.
Cooking Utensils, Perfumery am! a va?
riety of Fancy Articles. Sale "positive and
without reserve. Nov 1
Old Iron and Machinery.
Zealy, Scott A* Bruns vs. Keatinge A bull.
Abraham Stork, survivor, vs. Keatinge A
Ball. /. 'm eton A tlachment.
IN pursuance ot' tho order of tho Court
made in tho above stated oases, I will
sell at public out-cry. on tho first M< >NT>AY
in November next, in front ot A. Stork's
dwelling, at the corner of Richardson and
Pendleton streets, in Columbia, S. C., at 10
o'clock, about ('?0,(100 pounds of Old) IRON
ami MACHINERY. Terms cash.
? Jct lGtutb W. T. WALTER, As'nec. .
AT GREENVILLE, S. C.,
THE Commissioners of the State Works
at Greenville, S. C., offer at private
salo, the REAL ESTATE of said Works.
Tho Tract of Land contains twenty acres,
and is situated one mile and a third from
the Court House at Greenville, S. C., hav?
ing the Anderson Road on one side and tho
Greenville and Columbia Railroad on the
other. A Branch Track from the Railroad
runs into tho premises. About twelve
acres of tho Lana is enclosed with a high
and elose batten fence, and within the en?
closure aro thc following BUILDINGS, vi/:
Oftice, 18 by 40 feet; :5 finished rooms; 2
Machine Shop. 50 by 200 feet, with brick
basement, and Boiler House attached, and
(io feet Chimney and Flue.
Machine Shop, 50 liv 100 foot, with Boiler
Ho.uso and Drying House attached, and 60
feet Chimney and Flue.
Blacksmith Shop, 50 hy 100 feet, with 17
iron Foundry, brick, wit ti two Cupolas.
Air Furnace, Oven and Chimney.
Brass Foundry, 20 by 30 feet, with Cupo?
la, Doulile Furnace and Chimney.'
Carpenter Shop, 50 by 100 feet, on brick
pillars, with Engine House attached.
Small Blacksmith Shop, 20 by 22 feet,
with Double Forge.
Pattern House, one and a halt storv, 20
hy JO foot.
Store-room, 23 by 50 foot, on brick pil?
Store-room, 23 by 00 feet, on brick pil?
Smoke-house, 18 by 40 feel.
Corn Crib, 12 by 24 foot.
Stied, 25 by 70 feet.
Iron House, (Joke Shed, Stable, Fodder
Well House, 18 by 20 feet.
Small Engine House.
TEKMS.- A credit of one ami tw o ycara,
in equal instalments, with interest from
dato, on approved personal security, mort?
gage of tho premises, and assigned insur?
ance of tho buildings.
There aro several small Buildings on
the premises, outside of the enclosure,
which will bo sold for cash, to he removed
from tho premises.
For further information, apply to
C. J. ELFORD,
Sec'v to Commissioners Slate Works,
Oct" 13 J Greenville, S. C.
Frame Store-room al Pricute Sktle.
By LEVIN & PEIX0TT0.
11HE above is offered for sale, the pre?
sent occupant retiring from business.
Its location is one of tho best, being in tho
vicinity of the new Market, and a tirat-rate
stand for bnaiufcss. Oat Itt
1 lu i Ll I li J I II! lill Un i
1PERSONS wishing FRAMES made tu
suit any sized picture, can bo accom?
modated. The subscribers have now on
hand a largo stock of all kinds and stvles
of GILT and ROSEWOOD MOULDINGS,
and will make frames neatly and on the
shortest notice. Call and examino ?am?
pios at tho 1TKENIN BOOKSTORE.
TOWNSEND & NORTH.
_ Oct 17
100,000 LKS. OLD METAL ! !
-I O CENTS per ponml paid for BRASS,
If " " " " LEAD.
For large quantities, a higher cash price
will bo paul by
S. K STRATTON,
Assembly street, ono door from Gervais.
Oct ? _lmo_
ALL persons having demands against
the estate of the Rev. SAM'L TOWN?
SEND, deceased, will present them, pro?
perly proven, to the undersigned; and per?
sons indebted to said estate will make
immediate payment to
MARTHA J. TOWNSEND,
Adm'x of Rov. S. Townsend.
My son, S. C. TOWNSEND, at Townsend
A North's Bookstore, is my agent.
Aug 2 th3mo
MM & rail
Wines, Liquors and Segars.
SELECT GOODS always in store, and
never offered for sale LESS THAN
Main Street and (?err?is Street.
M. J. CALNAN. CH. KREUDER
Old Newspapers for Sale,
BY the hundred or thousand, at
March i PHfENIX OFFICE