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LONDON, November 3.-A largo fund has
been raised for the relief of tho Quebec
Consols.SOj. rive-twenties G?t?.
LIVERPOOL, November 3.-Cotton active,
abd middling uplands advanced to 15.jd. -
sales to-dav 16,000 bales.
PAMS, November 3.-The rumored change
in tho Washington Embassy has been fully
ST. PETERSBURG, November:].-The mill:
tarv and naval forces of Russia have been
ordered tobo raised to its full strength.
MADRID, November 3.-lt is said tkat
Spain contemplates a coup d'etat.
VIENNA, November 3.-The Hungarian <
Diet has been convoked for the 19th inst.
MADRID, Monday, November ~>. The ?
Queen of Spain has made an offer to thc
Pope of a residence at Granada, and Spa?
nish war vessels will be placcd'at his dis?
posal, in eas?; of emergency.
CONSTANTINOPLE, November 5.-Tho
United States squadron is expected in
ST. PETERSBURG, November .">. 'War is
renewed in bokhara, and the Russian
forces have besieged and taken the city of
LONDON, November 5. -Consols s'.w.
LIVERPOOL, Novembers.-Cotton firm- -
sales of 16,000 bales; middling uplands *i? j.
WASHINGTON, November 4.-Gov. Swann,
Montgomery Blair and Mr. Latrobe, coun?
sel for tin? newly-appointed Baltimore Po
lice Commissioners, arrived hore last even?
ing, and had an interview vith the
President to-day. GOT. Swann, Gen. Grant, ?
Stanton and the Attorney-General were in
conference with tho President.
WASHINGTON", November 5.-Mr. Romero
has received a letter, datad Vera Cruz.
26tb, stating that Maximilian left the City
of Mexico on thc 2:>d, resigning verbally in
favor of Gen. bazaine.
. TORONTO, November :}..-The excitement
relative, to the Fenian trials has moderated.
Lunn-den was tried to-day. The court room
was densely crowded. The jury returned
a verdict of "not guilty.""
NEW YORK. ?ovember t. -Tho grand j
total of registered voters in this citv is I
NEW YORK, November 5.-Simon Draper .
Affidavits, to prove the innocence of Rev. <
Eather McMahon, now under sentence of
death at Toronto, have been forwarded to
BALTIMORE, November 4- Noon.-The
counsel for the new Commissioners have!
made application before Judge bartel, of
the Court of Appeals, for a writ of habeas
corpus. The writ cannot be served until
to-morrow. The law of Maryland on the
subject of habeas corpus provides that the
oflicer having the party sueing ont the
writ, shall, within throe days after such
service, make return of the "writ and cause
the person detained to be brought before
the court. If the warden of tho jail avails
himself of these three days on which to
make thc return, it is supposed tho parties
may not get a hearing before TAiesday or
Wednesday. It is not known what coarse
ho will pursue: but it is presumed that if
tho Commissioners are brought before
Judgo Bartol to-morrow, their counsel will
enter into discussion on the points in?
volved. The city continues remarkably
quiet, and, excepting small gatherings of
the people, quietly discussing the situation
and the numerous rumors in circulation,
there is nothing noticeeble Out of the ordi?
nary course of events.
BALTIMORE, November 5.-Judge Bar toi.
Associate Justice of tim Court of Appeals,
appeared in court this morning, and, in an?
swer to his inquiry if the writs of habeas
corpus in tho case of the new Commission?
ers and thc sheriff, which were issued by
him on Saturday evening, had been served,
was informed that they liad been served
this morning, but the warden declined
giving C.Ti up. The prisoners not appear?
ing at ll u clock, their counsel announced
that they bad prepared a petition that bis
Honor would command the deputy sheriff
to produce the warden, together with the
prisoners. Counsel for the old Commis?
sioners thoughfrsnch action would be made
by 1 o'clock as would render further pro?
ceedings here unnecessary.
LATER.-Judge Bartol has decided that
?he warden would have three days in which
to return the writ. An establishment, con?
taining 150 boxes of lire-arms and ammu?
nition, was seized to-day by the police.
Resistance was offered to tho arrest, and
one man shot. Cen. Grant, acting in a
privat?capacity, made the following pro?
position to tho old Police Commissioners,
which it is supposed will be accepted by
them, viz: That tho conservatives have
one*judge of election and a clerk in each
precinct; and, according to thc registry
law, have boxes for rejected ballots placed
at every precinct. Crant was acting as
the representative of Governor Swann in
the matter. All is quiet at present and
no trouble apprehended.
BUFFALO, November 5.-There was con?
siderable excitement at Fort Erie, last
night, in expectation of a Fenian raid. The
cause cf the panic seems to have been the
arrival of a United States steamer, which
has como to restore the Fenian arms cap?
tured last June; and thc Fenians hud a de?
monstration, on Sunday afternoon, where
prominent Fenians made speeches.
KANSAS CITV, November 5.-A fight rc- j
ceiitly occurred near Baxter Springs, be?
tween a party of surveyors, under Cols. I
Phillips and (loss, and a number of des- j
peradoes, in which Goss was killed and
Phillips mortally wounded. Goss was the
Democratic candidato for State Auditor. |
Phillips was formerly well known as the |
correspondent of the 'Tribu?a'.
NEV/ YORK, November 5-Nonn. -(?old j
48. Sterling dull, at 0?, for sixty days.
Cotton firmer, at 39@41.
7 P. M-Gold 48?. Flour quiet. Wheat
2@3c. better. Pork heavy, at $28.25. Su?
gar quiet and steady. Coffee quiet and
firm. Turpentine 82@83. Rosin i?.~:j(u:
MOBILE, November 5.-Cotton sales to?
day J,?ti? hales-middlings 36. Market
-< ?? ? >
THE ^CHRISTIAN BCBEAJJ CHIEF.
Gen. O. O. Howard, in a recent lec?
ture delivered in Newark, N. .T., on
"Christian Duty to the South," said:
' 'The actual relation of tho North to
the South is that of the conqueror to
tho conquered. Some preferred milder
terms, but this is the actual state of
tho case." He thereupon argues that
something more than "magnanimity"
is required, and that "strict exac?
tions" aro proper. This is "Chris?
A Macon (Ga.) telegram says that
the city authorities furnish from six
to ten coffins daily for colored pau?
" Wlio lias Andrew Johnson punish
j cd?" asks tho Tribune. In. its own
I grammar, we reply, him hasn't pun
I ished Butler for stealing gold in New
j Orleans, and causing the death of
? prisoners; nor Banks for stealing cot
I ton, and disgracing his uniform by
i flagrant misconduct in New Orleans.
But them has been rewarded by Mas?
sachusetts with Congressional honors,
which them deserves just as much as
the Tribune does a prize for tho lise
of the English language.
\2few York World.
FALSE CALVES.-Cotton, of the Al?
bany hedger, tells of a new invention,
of winch he has a patent, gotten ut.
for tlie purpose of determining whe?
ther or no a lady wore "paten'
calves.'' lt was a cane, with afin*
needle in the end of it. As a lad]
passes, with her beautiful turned pe
dal extremities exposed to view by tin
"tilters," the calves are slightly pune
tared with tho cane. If tho hub
kicks, the calves are genuine! If sin
does not, they are "false."
The New York Herald, of Tuesday
says: "The counsel of the heirs o
Anneke Jans stated yesterday, to
meeting of the clients, that Trinit;
Church Corporation was disposed t
favorably cousider propositions for
compromise, and that -a settlemei]
might be expected by December next
The leases on the property in disput
are now falling due, and the Trinit
Corporation limbs difficulty in makin
collections, and is, therefore, will in
to come to an early settlement."
The re-organization of the civil soi
vice is under consideration by tb
Congressional Committee on Iii
trenehmcnt. They are unanimous i
favor of an entire change in the pn
sent system. A letter from one of i
members says they will recommend
system based upon competitive e:
animations of all applicants for po?
tiona. They arc not yet deckled i
limit the offices to a fixed period or I
tho New York Tribane, censuringM
Johnson for having opposed an a
propriation for the relief of Trelai
some years ago. The Saltona/ L
publican responds. Unit "if Hilten
cns, or any other cus, did half ;
much towards giving material aid ai
comfort to Ireland as Mr. Joli uso
be can rast upon his 'laurels.'
Johnson gave $500 lout of his o\
A man named Montjoy killed 1
twin brother in Marou County, Ke
tucky, last Saturday, in a quari
about a horse. The murderer call
the other a d-d thief, whereupi
the one thus stigmatized turned up
him, and beat him with a log-ehn
until he drew a knife and stabbed 1
assailant through the heart. T
mau stabbed died at once, and t
other is hardly expected to get wei
STEWART: WAXING MORE BENE\
LENT.-Mr. A. T. Stewart, of N
York, bas decided not to erect t
houses for the poor on the lands
fered by a wealthy citizeu for tl
purpose. He has determined to ;
cept aid from no source whatev
but will himself prosecute the p
ject to completion, at an expense J
proximating nearer $5,000,000 tl:
UNION LEAGUES. - The Borne G
rier has reliable information that <
of these secret organizations has bc
formed in Polk County-in that s
tion bordering on Alabama. 'J
precise objects of these associatif
are not known to outsiders, but tl
are looked upon with great suspici
and arc generally regarded as revc
tionary in their character.
It is'said that the Falls*?* xTr;;
on the American side, have und
gone quite a chango within the n
two weeks, in consequence of
falling of huge masses of rock. rJ
centro of the fall has gone back ab
150 feet, and its form is almost as n
the shape of a horse shoe as the
"Dr. Mary Walker," om) of
latest American Bloomerists, is i
in England, preaching reforms
women's dress aud political positi
At the Manchester social scie
meeting, she said woman was o
worked and her vitality exhaustei
carrying around a dry goods ston
It is stated as a singular fact 1
the counterfeiting of the Un
States currency has reached s
perfection that the counterfeit
roney is regularly redeemed at
Treasury, cancelled and destroy
with the rest of the mutilated
CorroN ITEMS.-Advices from
dianola, Texas, to tho 27th, sum
the cotton shipped to 1st Septen
at 9,000 bales, against o5,000in 1
The Indianola Times thinks that
show the probable per centage ol
Texas crop this year.
LIBERAL DONATION.-His E:
lency Andrew Johnson, Presidei
the United States, has presentee
Rev. A. T. Porter, Chairman of
Board of Missions of the Protei
Episcopal Church, a check foi
sum of 81,000.
The Juarez Government of Mc
is said to have confirmed the
grant of Lower California to the J
Tho readers-of light literature
regret to hear of the death of
vanns Cobb, which took place in
York on Wednesday.
The uprising among the wen
classes in England has no equ
the memory of the living genera
Captain Roberts, Agent for tho
Virginia Colonization Society, is
about leaving for Europe. His in?
tention is, to visit England, Ireland,
Scotland and Germany, to set forth
to the laboring classes tho advantages
offered by Virginia.
Santa Anna has written, a letter de?
nouncing tho plan, attributed to our
Government, of guaranteeing Maxi?
milian's debt to Franc?, in consider?
ation of tho cession" of Mexican ter?
There are 30,000 idle negroes in
the city of Washington, who have
neither means nor disposition to
obtain an honest living. Tho Tri?
bune asks Northern farmers to give
Last week, by order of Lieutenant
Thompson, at Fort Smith, Arkansas,
cannon were fired through thc streets
to drive away the cholera.
Freedmen from Eibl) and Hancock
Counties, Ga., are preparing to leave
for Liberia on the ship Golconda.
"Brick" Pomeroy is writing a
book-"The American Insurrection. "
Columbia. "Wholesale Prices Current.
BY A. L. SOLOMON.
APPLES-Per bushel.$2 00
BAGGING-Gunny, per yard. 38
Dundee " . 35
BALE HOPE-Manilla, per lb. 25
. N. Y. or West'ii, pr lb. 25
BACON-Hams, per lb. 2H
Sides " . 23
Shoulders, " . 21
BUTTER-Northern, per lb. 50
Country, " . 35
BRICKS-Per 1,000. 7 00
COTTON YARN-Per bunch. 3 00
COTTON-Ordinary, per lb. 33
Middling, " . 35
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb.
Tallow, " . 25
COFFEE-Rio, per lb. 33
Laguayra, " . 45*
' Java, " .! 50
CHEESE-English Dairy, per lb. . 25
Skimmed, " ... 20
CORN-Per bushel. 1 ?",0
FLOUR-Super., per bbl. 12 00
Extra Familv. is 00
HAY-Northern, per cwt.'.. 2 00
Eastern " . 2 50
HIDES- Dry. per lb. 15
Green, " . 8
LARD-Per lb. 25
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft. 1 50
Scantling, " .
Shingles, per 1,000.
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon. 70
New Orleans, " . 1 25
Sugar House. 1 25
NAILS-Per keg. 8 (10
ON IONS-Per bushe l. 1 00
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. 1 oo
Terebcne, " .
Sperm, " .
TEAS -Per bushel. 2 00
POTATOES- Irish, per bimbel. 2 00
Sweet, " .
RICE-Carolina, per bushel. 10 00
East India, " .
SALT-Liverpool, per sack. 3 50
Table, " . 5 00
SOAP-Per bar..,. ?Q
SUGAR-Crushed, peril.. 22
Powdered, " . 20
Brown, " .15@20
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per gallon. 0 00
Cognac Brandy, " . o 00
Domestic " " .... 3 00
Holland Gin, " . S co
American " '* . 4 00
Jamaica Ruin. " . "<! 00
N. E. " " . 3 50
Bourbon Whiskey, . 3 et)
Monongahela " . 5 oo
Rectitied " . 3 00
STARCH-Per lb. 15
TEA-Green, per ll). 1 00
Black, ". 75
TOBACCO-Chewing, peril).30? loo
Smoking, " .50 (ttl 75
VTNEGAR-Wine, per gallon. 75
Cider, '; . 75
French, " . 1 50
WINE-Champagne, per basket'... 35 oo
Port, per gallon. 4. 50
Sherrv, *' . 5" 00
. Madeira, " . 5 00
MEATS-Pork, per lb. 20
Beef, " .15(77,20
Mutton, " . 124
POULTRY-Turkeys, per pair. 4 00
Ducks, " . 1 (H)
Chickens, " . 75
Geese. " . 1 25
At Ridge Spring Church, on Wednesday
evening, tho 17th ultimo, by Rey. L. R.
G walt nev, Mr. E. W. CARW?LE and Miss
CHLOE A. WATSON.
True Brotherhood Lodge No. 84.
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION
-of this Lodge will bo held THIS
\ (Tuesday) EVENING, Cth inst., at
Odd Fellows' Hall, at 7 o'clock. By order
of the W. M. D. P. MCDONALD,
Nov ? Secretary.
"VjfTILL tako notieo that executions for
W STATE TAXES have beeii lodged in
my office (on Law Range) for collection.
Defendants will, therefore, call immediately
and pay their respectivo taxes; otherwise,
I will be corr polled to proceed to collect,
them by levy, or as thc Act of tho General
Assembly directs in such cases.
Nov G tuthm3 J. E. DENT, S. R. D.
$100 REI WARD.
11HE abovo reward will bo paid for tho
apprehension of NERO McDANLEL
and GREGG TAYLOR, Freedmen, or Fifty
Dollars for either_if delivered to mo or
lodged in any jail of this State, (South
Carolina.) They wcro convicted at the
last term of tho Court for Richland Dis?
trict of mule stealing, and escaped from
the city prison on Monday, the 29th of Oc?
tober last, at 8 o'clock a. rr.
Nero McDaniel is ab' .it twenty-two
years old, livo feet nine inches high. Gre;
Taylor is about twenty or twenty-two years
old, tivo feet seven inches high; both dark
color. They wero* raised by Mr. John D.
Frost, sr., of this District, ten miles abovo
Columbia, on Broad River. It is believed
that they are still about the city or tito
plantation of Mr. Frost.
JESSE E. DENT, S. R. D.
Nov 6_ tilth
Notice to Bridge Builders.
PROPOSALS will be received until the
25th of November noxt, for the build?
ing of a BRIDGE across Broad River,
where tho former bridge stood. Plan and
specifications will be furnished to all mak?
ing application. Address ANDREW CRAW?
FORD, Columbia, or JOHN H. COUNTS,
Lexington C. H. JOHN H. COUNTS,
Oct 30 tu4 President Company.
THE Court of Appeals will un cl at Co?
lumbia on TUESDAY, 27th November
Applicants for admission to tho Bar will
bo examined on Wednesday, 28th Novem?
Appeals from Charleston will bo first
heard, and, immediately thereafter, appeals
from the several country Circuits, hi the
following order, to wit: Tho Western, North?
ern, Middle, Eastern and Southern Circuits
Tao Court of Errors will assemble, pur?
suant to adjournment, on Thursday, 29th
November. P.v order:
Nov 6_cotu2 _ Clerk Court Appeals.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
P'RTME WHITE PROVISION and prime
WESTERN MIXED CORN-all in two
bushel bags and in primo order.
.1,000 bushels piime White Pro vi&'n Corn.
0,000 " " Mixed Western Corn,
daily expected and for sale to arrive.
To purchasers who will furnish nie with
good,sound two-bushel bags, of an equal
number, in Charleston, I win sell tho corn
at 8 cents per bushel less.
ALSO IN STORK,
100 bushels choice White Seed WHEAT.
100 " " Red
100 ' " " Seed Rve.
100 li " " Barley. '
All of which is put? np in extra heavy
bags. For sale by
R. H. RIKEK,
Hiker's Mills, No. 17 Anson street,
_Nov0tuth2 Charleston, S. C.
General Superintendent's Office,
CHARLOTTE A S. C. RAILROAD,
COLUMBIA, S. C., Nov. 5fc18G6.
ON r id .after WEDNESDAY, Gth inst,,
Through Passenger Trains will bu run
over this road as follows:
Leave Columbia at. ?5.10 a. m.
Arrive at Charlotte at. 9.40 a. m.
.Leave Charlotte at. (1.10 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia at. 1.40 p. m.
Nov G JAS. ANDERSON, Sup"t.
Schedule over South Carolina R. R.
GENERAL SUPTS OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, S. C.. Nbv. 3, 180f,.
ON and after WEDNESDAY, November
7. 1866, tho Passenger Train will run as
follows, viz: "
Leave Charleston.S.0O a. m.
Arrive at Columbia. 5.20 p. m.
Leave Columbia. 0.50 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 p. m.
THROUGH MAIL TRAIN.
Leave Augusta. 5.50 p. m.
Arrive at Kingsville. 1.05 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia. 3.00 a. m.
Leave Columbia.2.00 p. m.
Arrive at Kingsville. 3 40p.m.
Arrive at Augusta.12.00 night
Nov 6 M. T. PEAKE, GeniSnp't.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GEN'L SUPERLNTEND'TS OFFICE,
COLTniMA, Sept. 21, 1800.
1PASSENGER Trains will run daily, Suti
days excepted, as follows:
Leave Columbia at. 7.15 a.m.
" Alston at.9.05 "
'. Newberry at.10.33 "
Arrive at Abbeville at. 3.13 p. m.
" at Anderson at.5.io .'
" at Greenville at.5.40 "
Leave Greenville at. . 6.00 a. m.
" Anderson at. G.S0 "
" Abbeville at. 8.35 "
" Newberry at.1.20 p.m.
Arrive at Alston at.2.45 "
" at Columbia at. 4.40 "
Sept 30 J. B. LASSAT.LE. Gen. Sup.
?A MEDIUM-SIZED COOKING
STOVE, nearly new, for sale cheap."
Apply at this office. Nov 2
JUST received, different brands of choice
FLOUR, and for sale low at
( ?et 30 ^11 ROBERT BRYCE & SON'S.
MAGNOLIA and other choice brands of
above, for sale low at
Oct 30 il ! ROB T BRYCE & SON'S.
Bagging and Rope.
JUST received ami'h r sale low at
Oct 30 J4 R. BRYCE ?V SON'S.
Gun and Blasting Powder!
ALWAYS in store. Hazard's superior
POWDERS, in whole, half and quar?
ter kees. R. BRYCE A SON.
To Arrive !
ONE HI ND RED AND FIFTY bushels
prime SEED WHEAT. Those in want
should apply at once.
Nov 4 3 " H. D. HANAHAN.
ON Gervais street, a BRICK STORE and
DWELLING, containing three line
rooms, kitchen, stables, containing ten
stalls, granery and gear room, with shed
attached. Gas in store; large yard, with
water pipe. Allin completo repair. Di?
mensions of house 52 by 27 feet. Apply
within for further particulars. Nov 3 i*
Pocket Diary for >67.
ALSO, the Farmers' Almanac_for 1807
wholesale and retail.
Magnificent Lithographs of Jefferson
Davis and General Lee, 24x30, with or with
out frames. Photographs of all tho lead
ing Military Men of thc South. Splendid
A fresh supply of Light Literature, em?
bracing all the most recent publications.
School Books of every kind, and a large
stock of Theological, Religious and Mis
cellancons Books, constantly on hand and
fof salo CHEAP at thc PHOENIX BOOK
STOKE. Nov 2
TOWNSEND k NORTH
NEW DISCOVERIES IN AFRICA; by
Livingstone, with plates, Ac.
Homes Without Hands-being a descrip?
tion of tho habitation of animals accord?
ing to their principle of construction; by
Rev. J. G. Wood, F. L. S., with plates.
Campaigns of the Armvof tho Potomac
a critical history from 18(51 to 1805; by Wm.
Swinton; with Vino portraits of Generals
Grant, Meade, McClellan, Burnside, Ac,
The Art of Amusing - a collection of
Merry Games, Tableaux, Ac.
And other new Publications, Novels, kc.
For sale at
J. J. McCARTER'S BOOKSTORE,
Opposito Columbia Law Range.
Oct 28 R. L. BRYAN.
A Valuable Tract of Land for Sale.
HATING determined to give ap fann?
ing, I offer for ?ale inv tract of land
known as the VAUGHANVTLLE PLACE,
five miles North of CbappelPs Depot, con?
taining 955 acres. There are on the place
TWO SPLENDID DWELLING-HOUSES,
one containing eleven rooms and fire?
places; th?; other, six rooms: a good store
house, newly fitted up. The stand is one j
ofthebest in the District For business. '
There aro-eight framed Negro Houses, i
with good brick chimneys, a Blacksinith
Shop, Wood-Shop, and all neccssarv out- 1
I will sell, with tho place, ail the Corn,
Fodder, Ac, Farming Implements, Wagons
and Harness. Also, about forty head of :
Fattening Hogs, Stock Hogs and Cattle.
The above property can ho treated for at i
private sale until the loth day of Deccm- !
TEEMS-One-half cash, tho balance on
one and two years' credit.
A. M. SMITH.
468" Charleston News insert one week,
ami forward bill. Nov 4 0*
STOCK FOR SALE.
yt^ THE subscriber offers for sale a :
fjf$?? valuable lot of STOCK, consisting
/AD of 23 Mules and Horses, 50 h ad of ?
Cattle and lot (d'Sheep and Hogs. Persons
desirous of purchasing can get supplied
' hv visiting bis farm, near Martin's Depot,
Laurens District, S. C. THOS. WIER.
Oct 28 10*
M&S. S. A. SMIRCH
HAS REMOVED to the rooms
lover Messrs. C. F. Jackson and
\-J. & T. lt. Agni w's stores, where
die will open. Tilts DAY, her
T stock of FALL MILLINERY,
to which she calls thc attention
of the ladies. Oct li) Imo
BAGGING AND ROPE.
-I f\f\ COILS half-inch MAN ?I LY ROPE.
JUJU 10,000 vards of GUNNY, and other
BAGGING, 41 inches wide and weighing 2.V
lbs. per yard-bought previous to the lato
advance, and will be sohl at LOWEST
MARKET RATES by
Sept 22 i WM. McGUINNIS.
Stamping! Stamping! Stamping!
DONE in a variety of handsome styles,
on any kind of goods. A large assort?
ment of (dioico Patterns can be seen at all
times. Also, beautiful braiding Patterns:
and orders taken for Braiding, in a neat
and pretty manner, on sh irt notice. Ap?
ply at tho auction room of Messrs. LEVIN
&PEIXOTTO, cor-.. . I lain and Assembly
streets. Columbia. Oct 23
Old Newspapers for Sale,
>Y thc hundred or thousand, nt
March -2 PHOENIX OFFICE.
HAS been thoroughly fitted up so as to
make it a first-class RESTAURANT.
Dennis will spare neither means nor labor
to accommodate all who give him a call.
Liquors, Wines, etc., shall all be of the
best quality. Freo Lunch from ll to I
o'clock ( very day. Meals served at all
hours. The choicest that the Charleston
and Columbia markets can alford will
always bo on hand. Our arrangements
will enable us to supply families with Oys
tors, Fish, Ac, at short notice.
Charges moderate. Terms cash.
Nov 1 ||6$9 DENNIS McGUINNIS, Sup.
AN OLD FRIEND WITH A NEW NAME
THE POLLOCK HOUSE.
THIS thoroughly-equipped RESTAU?
RANT has just been completed, and
tho lovers of tho good things of this life
aro informed that tiny can be supplied
with almost everything in the 'eating and
drinking line." The best of Wines, Li?
quors and Cigars on hand. Dinners and
suppers prepared at short notice amt i:i
the very best, sty le. Elegantly furnished
supper rooms connected with the estab?
lishment. T. M. POLLOCK,
Oct :u Proprietor.
WOULD respectfully inform their
friends and tho iud die in general
that they have opened a RESTAURANT at
tho above place, where the very liest of
everything m the. way of eating and drink?
ing can be obtained at short notice.
CREAM ALE on draught.
LUNCH every day from ll to 1 o'clock.
Fresh OYSTERS constantly on hand.
PALMETTO W WORKS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WM. GJL?ZE & co.
HAYING rebuilt our works and fur?
nished them with now machinery, we
are preparad to manufacturo all kinds of
SAW and GRAIN MILL MACHINERY to
ord'>r; Sugar Mills and boilers, Gearing for
Cotton Gins, of different sizes, and all
kinds of castings for plantation purposes,
furnished at short notice; Iron Railings for
dwellings and cemeteries cast and put up
as desired. Engines of any size built to
FOR SA I.E.
Ono 40-horse ENGINE, with Locomotive
Boiler; has 0:5 3-inch lines, with pump, pip?
ing and smoke-stack. Saw Mill complete;
length of carriage 50 feet, and will cut
8,000 feet of lumber per day. One 30-horse
Engine, with Boiler. 0nol5-horse Engine,
Tho above will be sold low, and put up,
if desired. Call and see us.
WM. GLAZE. G. A. SHIELDS.
?l?R? IRON WORKS !
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
THE above Works can furnish all kinds
of IRON and 15 RA SS OASTLNGS, MA?
CHINERY, GRIST and SAW MILL IRONS,
GIN WHEELS, of different sizes, Ac, at
short notice and on reasonable terms.
A new, largo Foundry having just been
finished, the proprietor is prepared to cast
HOUSE FRONTS and any other CASTING,
of every description and dimension, and
will guarantee satisfaction.
A Portable and a Stationary 25 and 30
horse power Engine for sale for cash, at a
R. MCDOUGALL, Attorney,
Oct ll 3mo Superintendent.
ON the 22d ?lay and day following of No?
vember, I will ot?-r af public sale, a?
the late residence of Mrs. M. K. Black, d?
ceased, on Watereo River, all the p. rsonal
property belonging to said estate, viz:
HORSES, MULES, CATTLE,
HOG?4 CORN, COTTt >N,
Cotton Seed, Fodder, Oats, P. a.-,
Plantation Tools. Wagons. Carts,
Household and Kitchen Furnitur?,
1 Fifty-saw Gin, pair Mill Stones.
TLUJIH. Part of tlie property sold for
cash, and part eight months credit.
./. L. BLACK, Adr - -.
Nov 6 tn3 Ridgeway,
/.Vomc Store-room at Private Sate.
By LEVIN & PEIXOTTO.
rpili: above is offered f<>r sale, tho pre
JL sent occupant retiring from business.
Its location is one of the best, being in the
vicinity of the new Market, and a first-rate
stand for business. Oct 13
MAY be found next to W.
T. Walter's, opposite tho Mar?
ket, prepared to manufacture
_fcoverv description of Ladies'
and Gentlemen's BOOTS, GAITERS, A c.
Oct 'it Imo
! STATE WORKS
AT GREENVILLE, S. c.,
AT PI&IYATE SALE.
THE Commissioners of the state Works
at Greenville, S. C., offer at privat?
? sale, the REAL ESTATE of said Works.
? Tho Tract of Land contains twenty acres,
I and is situated oin- mile and a third from
j the Court House at Greenville, S. C., hav
i ing the Anderson Road on one side and t bo
I Greenville and Columbia Railroad on the
other. A Branch Track fruin the Railroad
runs into the premises. About twelve
aerea of the Land is enclosed with a high
and close batten fence, and within the en?
closure are the following BUILDINGS, vi/.:
Office, 18 by 10 feet; 3 finished rooms; 2
Machine Shop, ."50 by 20O feet, with brick
basement, and Boiler House attached,and
60 ieet Chimney and Flue.
Machine Shop. 50 by 100 feet, with Boiler
House aird Drying House attached, and 60
feet Chimney and Flue.
Blacksmith Shop, 50 by 1(?) feet, with 17
Iron Foundry, brick, with two Cupolas.
Air Furnace, Oven and Chimney.
Brass Foundry, 20 by 30 feet, with Cupo?
la, Double 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, ono and a halt story, 20
by -li) feet.
Store-room, 23 by 50 -feet, on brick pil?
Store-room, 2;> by 60 feet, rm brick pil?
Sm.die-house, 18 by 40 fe. t.
Cm Crib, 12 by 24 feet.
Shed, 25 by 70 feet.
Irmi House, Coke Shed, Stable. Fodder
Well House, is by 20 feet.
Small Engine House.
TERMS.-A credit of one ?md two year.-,
in equal instalments, with interest from
date, on approved personal security, mort?
gage of the premises, and assigned insur?
ance of the buildings.
There are several small Buildings on
the premises, outside of tho enclosure,
which will tte sold for cash, to be removed
from the premises.
For further information, applv to
C. J. ELFORD,
Sec'y to Commissioners State Works,
Oct* 13 $ Greenville, S. C.
Very Desirable Farm and
Residence at Private Sale!
GREENVILLE, S. C.
THAT very beaut Uni and desirable
A place, formerly owned and improved
i??Loy Robert Stewart, Esq., of Newberry,
%nd now owned by Messrs. Klinck A: Wick?
enburg, of Charleston, is offered at private
sab-. Jt contains one hundred and forty
f.mr acres, fifty of which are cleared, and
well adapted to the culture of corn, wheat,
rye. oats, potatoes and other provisions,
and is located at the junction of the Pen?
dleton and White Horse Roads, three miles
from theCourt House, at Greenville, S. C.:
to which place there is a fine, dry and level
road. The dwelling is beautifully situated,
with a fine mountain view. It has ten
rooms-eight of them with lire-places
three piazzas, pantries, airy passages and
other conveniences. On the premises are
excellent kit ehe s, servants' houses, wash
and ironing rooms, smoke-house, dairy, dry
well twenty feet deep, bricked and cement?
ed from the bottom, with brick house over
it; barns, stables, cow-houses and every
other necessary out-building, all in good
repair; also, a cistern containing twelve
thousand gallons, with unfailing water
supply, and a bold spring of cold water
near the residence.
Tho orchards contain more than a thou?
sand trees of thc: finest varieties of peaches,
apples, pears and plums, and there are a
number of flourishing arbors of grapes,
including the Isabella, Catawba, Blands,
Madeira and Scuppernong, on the plac? ;
also, a tine stock of strawberries, raspber?
ries and other small fruits.
The ornamental grounds about the house
arc extensive and beautifully laid . ut, and
aro profusely supplied with rare and beau?
tiful evergreens, hedges, roses and shrub?
bery and other choice plants.
Altogether, the place presents very supe?
rior advantages for a pleasant, healthful
and convenient residence, and such an one
as is seldom offered in the market.
The terms, both as to prico and timo of
payment, will bo made very liberal, and
may bo ascertained, together with any fur?
ther information, upon application to C. J.
ELFORD, At tonier- at Law, Greenville, S.
C., or to Messrs.'KLINCK & WICKEN?
BERG, Charleston, 8. C._Aug 21 tu
THE undersigned havo this day asso?
ciated themselves together for tho
transaction of strictlv a general COMMIS?
SION BUSINESS, and solicit tho patron?
age of their friends and the public.
Office on Gervais street, two doors be?
low J. C. Lyons' corner.
C. A. GRAESER.
W. S. McJUNKIN.
Columbia, S. C., Oct. 16, I860.
Wo beg leavo to inform our friends and
tho public generally, that we arc prepar. 1
to render them all tho facility necessary
for tho forwarding of Cotton to Charleston
or any other port, foreign or domestic, and
perfectly competent in making thc neces?
sary arrangements for getting it passeo
through tho bands of tho Revenue Tax
Collector wit bout an v delay. Shippers will
find it to their interest to send their cotton
to our caro, either for salo or transporta?
tion. GRAESER A McJUNKIN.
Oct 17 Imo