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LIVERPOOL, November. 24-Noon.-Cot?
ton oponed quite active, at yesterday's ad?
vance, with a prospect of the day's sales
amounting to fully 16,000 bali s middling
uplands 14Jd. Breadatnffs firm.
LONDON. November 24-Noon.-Consola
90. Five-W. s 70?.
LONDON, November 25.-The condition of
tho Mexican Empire is the leading topic in
England and the continent.
Trieste papers say the prate of Empress
Carlotta's health is unchanged.
Tho Sunday (idette, of this morning,
says the Hoya] Commission on the neu?
trality laws will boon commence its ses?
sions. Lord Cranwith will be President of
the Commission, and among its number
will bo Lord Houghton. Sir lt. Phillimore,
Dr. Twirr and W. IL Gregory.
There are vague reports that the Govern?
ment proposes to send twenty mil'tia regi?
ments to Ireland. ?
PAUIS, November 25.-It is rumored that
the Imperial Commission appointed to con?
sider tho rc-organizatiou of the French
army, will report in favor of adopting the
Prussian military system.
PESTCH, November 25.-Tho Dealt party
have adopted an address to the Emperor of
Austria, asking for a restoration of the
laws of 1848, and promising that the Diet
will consider tho wishes of the Emperor, as
expressed in his recent prescript.
FLORENCE, November 25.-The aspect of
affairs between the Italian and Tapal Go?
vernment is assuming a more conciliatory
THIESTE, November 25.-Thc Emperor
Maximilian is expected at Miramiar in De?
LONDON, November 25.-The money mar?
ket showed more firmness at tho close of
LIVERPOOL, November 25.-The cotton
and breadstuffs markets closed firmer on
f/. LONDON, November 26.-Further arrests
Of suspected Fenians Jiavo been made in
Ireland. Tho National troops aro ready to
move at a moment's warning. Proposals
for some parts of the Nicaragua Boute
have been awarded. The Times considers
that'the entire scheme will be distributed
between tho governments of England.
France and the United States.
There has been renewed fighting in Can?
dia. It is said that the Turks were badly
beaten and suffered greatlv- no less than
3.000 having been killed and 2,000 taken
LIVERPOOL, November 26.-Tho cotton
market opens quiet and steady. Middling
Uplands quoted at 14tUl. Sales to-day will
probably reach 10,0U0 bales.
LONDON, November 2C.-Consols 90 for
money; -Five-twenties 73.i.
MOBILE, November 25.-A fire this morn?
ing burned two squares, between Lawrence
and Warren streets, on St. Francis, com?
prising thirty to forty buildings. Probable
loss $100,000; partially insured.
NEW YORK, November 25.-Gen. Butler
delivered a lecture at the Academy of Mu?
sic, Brooklyn, last '?vening, which waa
attentively listened to. On tho subject of
tho re-organization of tho South, he said
that neither political expedients, conven?
tions, tho President, nor Congress, could
compass it. All the devices ol' State and
craft must fail. Even universal freedom
cannot accompliah it, and universal ;mpar
tirl suffrage will only add to the danger.
Tho only safety is ia universal education,
intellectual and religious. Thc common
school and church are ibo only bases upon
which the South can be safely and perma?
nently reconet' ucted. Butler argued that
tboro is power in Congress to establish
schools in the South under tho clause of the
Constitution which says that Congres.-;
shall have power to provide for the com?
mon defence and general welfare of tho
United States. On the subject of the im?
peachment of tho President, ho claimed
that an improper public speech of a high
official is impeachable; that tho Senate,
from which members from eleven States
are excluded and some of them expelled,
is thc legal and highest court of impeach?
ment; that if the accused neglects or re?
fuses to appear before the Senate when
summoned, ho may be tried, convicted and
deposed from office in bia absence; that all
?owert? of impeachment aro derived from
nglish law; and that, according to all law
and precedent, thePresident, if impeached,
niuat bo prevented from exercising the
functions of bia office. Butler enumerated
tho chargea he had to mako against the
President as impeachable offences, viz:
lat. Drunkenness in office. 2d. Tho mak?
ing of indecent and inflammatory ha?
rangues. 3d. Tyrannically and unconsti?
tutionally, as chief Executive officer, usurp?
ing the lawful rights and powers of Congress
in appointing Provisional Governora for
thc South, tho re-organization of thc State
Governments and the assumption of power
to dictate who should vote in tho recon?
structed States. 4lh. Tho corrupt use of
tho appointing power. 5th. Improperly
using the constitutional power of pardons
for offences against the United States. 6th.
Appointing rebels to office. 7th. Refusing
to executo the constitutional laws of Con?
gress in insurrectionary States. 8th. Con?
spiring wi h John T. Monroo to prevent
and disperse a lawful convention of loyal
citizens in New Orleans, and inciting Mon?
roo and his associates to disperso said con?
vention and kill the members thereof. Thc
address was very long and undisturbed.
A suit has been commenced before the
Supremo Court,by John H. Lester, against
Gen. Butler, charging him with false im?
prisonment-damages laid at $100,000;
also, with a fraudulent conversion of pro?
perty-dam ges $40,000. Lester received
a free pa-s from Secretary Stanton, during
the war, to bring his family North. Gen.
Butler disregarded tho permit and impri?
soned him. Notices of tho writs were
At a banquet "given to Gen. Nelson Tay?
lor, he stated in his speech that ho should
not contest tho seat of John Morrissoy in
Fifteen steamships sailed from?this fort
yesterday, including seven for Europe. Tho
freight of these fifteen steamers ia valued
at over $7,000,000.
Col. Kelly is now in charge of Fenian
affairs hore, Stephens evidently having
left for Ireland. Special messengers have
recently arrived from Ireland, who state
that Ireland will aoon be in a state of coni
Eleto insurrection. Largo quantities of
pringfield, Enfield and Spencer rifles are
hourly arriving here, which aro being con?
stantly Bhippcd to Ireland. All tho arms
intended for service in Canada have been
turned over to Stephens.
Tho Tammany City Convention have
nominated Hieb ard B. Connelly for Comp?
The shipments of specie for the week
amounted to $782,000, mid the total imports
of the week were nearly $4,000,000.
It is stated that a large number of men
have been duped by a concern herc, adver?
tising freo passage, a homestead and reli?
gious liberty in Brazil.
A Paris correspondent, of a late date,
states that the alliance between Prussia
and Russia, and the counter alliance be?
tween France and Austria are consum
mated. Tlip Moniteur says tho war budget
and tho army aro tu ho increased, as pro
liara tion fur eventualities are likely to
WASHINGTON, November 23.-Official de?
spatches which have reached Minister Ro?
mero from Mexico, state that Col Kai ?eli
J. Garcia has ticen appointed Military Go?
vernor ot Puebla, and has ' .'uablished his
Government at the city 01 Tocapooxtla and
issued a proclamation to tiie people of the
State, calling on them to take up arms
against the invaders. Gov. Garcia reports
that the French have lost the whole of
Puebla, keeping only the line of the main
road from Vera Cruz to tho city of Mexico.
Many of the Washington correspondents
aro speculating as to what will be the con?
tents of tho President's forth-coming an?
nual message, and some of them broadly
assert that ho ?viii make terms with Con?
gress on the restoration policy, in view of
the result <rf tho recent State elections.
This, too, ia mero speculation, and it wero,
therefore, better to wait for positive infor?
mation from the message itself.
Nothing definite has yet been received '.
by the Government in relation to tho 1
claims on Great britain for damages to
commerce caused by the Alabama and
other Confederate privateers. Tho corr
respondence between he two Governments
is stilt in progress. It ia a fact, however,
that the present British Ministry is moro
disposed than the former one to givo duo ?
and fair consideration to the entire sub?
A committee has been despatched North
by the leading radicals lure, to collect i
money to defray the expenses attending
the formal ceremonies of welcoming back
tho radical members of Congress, and giv?
ing them a banquet next Saturday.
NKW YORK, November 2G.-A Havana
letter, of the 20th, reports that thc Sus?
quehanna, with Sherman and Campbell on
board, would leave for Mexico on tho 23d.
The quarantine of vessels from New Or?
leans bas been removed.
WASHINGTON, November 25.-The mis?
sion of Gen. Sherman is simply to view tho
military situation of affairs in Mexico, and
add his assurances that our Government
will sustain the constitutional party. It is
confidently believed such representations
will be sufficient to check all revolutionary I
plots and secure stability to the Juarez
Owing to the pressure of business in tho j
preparation of Iiis annual message, no de?
finite action has been taken by President j i
Johnson upon tho application of thc Mis- I 1
sis?ippi Legislature for the release or pa?
role of Jefferson Davis. Commissioners 1
Hillyer and Lowry are still awaiting a final
deci.'i m. 1
Minister Romero had no part in the ar?
rest of Ortega at New Orleans. A request
for Ortega's release, by tho Mexican Con
: sui at New Orleans, was not acceded to by '
our Government. 1
The forth-coming report of tho Pension
Commissioner shows that $13,000.000 wero :
paid last year tor pensions', and $27.500,000 !
during the past four years; estimated next
year, $33,000.000. 54,000 names are on the 1
army pension roll. 1
Smuggling still prevails on tho Northern
frontier anil on the Rio Grande.
22? patents were issued for tho week end?
ing the 24th instant.
$93,000,000 in gold were in the Treasury
on Friday night.
The President was engaged on his mes?
sage yesterday, and declined all calls.
None but foreign Ministers were received
at the State Department yesterday, n??a,rly
all of whom are engaged there. - ?
BALTIMORE, November 2C.-Vi has been
determined by Gov. Swann, Iris friends
assert, not to convene a special session of
tho Maryland Legislature. It will meet on
its regular day-10th of January.
BALTIMORE, November 25.-Tho steam?
ship Kingfisher, belonging to Mordecai <x.
Co., of Baltimore, and running between
thia city and Charleston, foundered at sea,
about sixty miles South of Hatteras, dur?
ing the recent severe gale. The officers,
crew and three passengers took to the
boats, and all, except four colored seamen,
??..ore shortly after rescued by tho crew of
the United States steamer Susquehanna.
They went to Havana, and were brought
here yesterday, by tho steamer Liberty,
Some weeks since, in a case before the
Circuit Court of Anne Arundel County,
Judge Magruder refused to allow the evi?
dence of a colored woman to be received
stating that, according to the laws of Mary?
land, no negro could testify in any caso
where one of the parties to the suit was a
white person. He also declared that thc
civil rights bill was unconstitutional. On
Saturday, he was taken before United
States Commissioner Brooks, on tho charge
of violating the provisions of the Act. He
declined an examination, and gave a bond
to await the action of tho United States
grand jury, in December. It is intended
to make this ease a test question as to tho
constitutionality of the civil rights bill, as
Judge. Giles' decision will be appealed from
and the case taken to tho Supremo Court.
NKW YORK, November 2G.-Tho anni?
versary of tiic evacuation of New York was
Ono of the largest provision houses in
New York failed to-day. Liabilities stated
at over half a million dollars.
NKW YORK, November 25-Noon.-Gold
39?. Exchange OJ; eight 10L Cotton quiet
and steady, at 34. Flour dull and 10@15o.
lower. Wheat dull and l@2c. lower. Corn
dull, at $email@example.com. Pork dull and un?
7 P. M.-Flour dull and 15f325c. lower;
4,200 barrels sold-State $8<?i;9.75; Western
$firstname.lastname@example.org: Southern email@example.com. Wheat
duli, and 2@3c. lower-23,000 bushels
sold. Corn dull aud easier, with sales of
39.000 bushels. Oats dull and heavy, with
salea of 29,000 bushel-,-Western 62@t54.
i Turpentine 73??74. Rosin 4j@10. Cotton
firm-sales 2,300 bales-uplands 34J; Or?
leans 3G-market closed quieter. Gold
BALTIMORE, November 25.-Flour very
dull-Chicago extra $firstname.lastname@example.org; super?
fine $10.50@11. Grain unsettled. New
corn 90?$1. Red wheitt $2.95. Pork firm.
! Provisions very dull. Lard heavy.
MOBILE, November 2G.-Cstton sales to
! day COO bales-middling 32@33 and very
NEW ORLEANS, November 2G.-Cotton
i sales 5,000 bales-low middlings 32; mid
i dlings 34?35. Prices have an upward
tendencv. Gold 138A@138J. Sugar lower,
I at Ililli for prime. Molasses GU@65.
I Pork quiet-mesa $27. Bacon shoulders
I 13J; sides 14@15 Lard 14?15i. Flour
woaker-fine $9. Corn-mixed $1.32J; white
I $1.37(21.40. Oats 66@63.
FINE STOCK OF
IWOULD call tho attention of the pub?
lic generally to my stock of ZEPHYR
j WOOLEN GOODS, which embraces almost
every article in that line, snell as:
S?NTAGS, BREAKFAST SHAWLS,
KNIT HOODS, NUBIAS,
Iufanta' CAPS and BOOTS. Ac.
C. F. JACKSON.
AT GIBBES' HALL,
Wednesday and Thursday Evenings,
November 28 and 29.
PROF. CARLO GRAFFO, tho renowned
RUSSIAN MAGICIAN and VENTRI?
LOQUIST, amongst Iiis many other acts,
will present every lady in thu hall with a
Roquet of Magic Flowers.
**_ Doors open at 7 o'clock; pcrforrr ance
commence at 7? o'clock. Reserved eeat.i
tt3- Prices of admission 75c; children
25; colored persons 60. Tickets for re?
served scats can bo bought at Calnan &
Krcuder's. Nov 27 3
TX^ILL be delivered by Mr. J. T. DAR
W GAN, of Richland District, before
thc Euphradian Society of tho University
nf South Carolina, on TUESDAY EVEN?
ING, November 27, in tho University
Chapel, (within tho Campus,) at 7 o'clock
p. m. The public generally, and thc ladies
especially, are invited to attend.
"S. S. JOHNSTONE, President.
H. L. LAW, Secretary. Nov 22 3*
BBLS. PEACH-BLOW POTATOES,
*? BREAKFAST BACON,
Tierces Sugar-cured HAMS,
Rbis. Extra FAMILY FLOUR,
SALT, SUGAR. COFFEE, BACON,
Bbls. and kits Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel.
With a full and complete stock of Groce?
ries. For salo at LOWEST CASH PRICES
by C. II. BALDWIN A CO.
BELLE HAVEN INSTITUTE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Select Boarding and Day School for
Young Ladies-English and French.
THIS School will be re-opcued on MON?
DAY, December 3, at tho bouse re?
cently occupied by J. B. Campbell, Esq.,
adjoining Mr. Wm. Glaze, near the Arse?
nal grounds. The former character of this
institution will be sustained-affording
[.very facility for a thoroughly practical
education, with due attention to the grace?
ful accoinplishmoils and requirements of
refined and enlightened society. The study
;>f Music and Languages, under Prof. and
Mrs. ENGELBRECHT, presents superior
advantages. For terms, Ac, applv as
above, to MJRS. J. C. ENGELBREUI?T.
Box and Office Stoves!
JUST received, a small supply of ?
i tho above named STOVES, which arc
I offered LOW for CAS fl, at
J. W SMITH'S Tin Shop,
Taylor street, opposite Park.
5 DOZEN BROOMS."
?r DOZ. BUCKETS.
t_) 4 .* Market Baskets.
4 " Clothes Baskets. .
Nor 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
AYOUNG MAN wishes to employ his
evenings keeping a ?et of 1JOOKS.
Apply to E. STENHOUSE,
Nov 24 <5 Main st roc t.
MR. J. W. BARNWELL,
OF Beaufort District, will deliver an
ORATION before tho Clariosophic So?
ciety of the University of South Carolina,
at tho University Chapel, on FRIDAY, the
30th inst., at 7 p. m.
Tho ladies, and tho public generally, are
invited to attend.
N. B. BARNWELL, President.
T. J. GRIFFIN, Secretary. Nov 24 5*
~ CABBAGE! CABBAGE! !
1" ARGE HARD-HEAD CABBAGE.
_ -i Nov 20 JOHN C. SEEGER > A CO.
University of South Carolina.
THE Stated Annual Meeting of the Board
of Trustees of tho University of South
Carolina will be held at the University Li?
brary, on WEDNESDAY, 28th inst., at 7?
p. ra. C. BRUCE WALKER,
Nov 21 6 Secretary Board Trustees.
FRESH SUPPLIES OF
On hand and being constantly received
by GEO. W. PARKE lt,
Corner Main and Camden sts.
Nov 21 . 2mo
1TIERCE PIG HAMS-small.
1 " Sug ir-cured HAMS-strictly
primo. JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
THE RICHMOND ECLECTIC-first
The Crescent Monthly-New Orleanj.
The Land we Love-Gen. Hill's.
Godey's (Holiday) Lady's Book.
Nick-Nai for all Creation.
Also, new Novels, by Marion Harland,
author of "Alone," and other popular
writers. For salo at Bookstore opposite
Law Range._J. J. McCAR f ER.
Sausage Cutters and Stufl?rs.
At the Sign of the Golden Pad-tock.
JUST a-rived, a full supply of SAUSAGE
CUTTERS and STUFFERS, and for
sule at lowest prices, by
Nov 8 JOHN C. DIAL.
Fire-Dogs, Shovels, Tongs, &c.
At the Sifjn of the Golden Pad-tock.
ALARGE VARIETY of FIRE-DOGS,
SHOVELS, TONGS, POKERS, FIRE
SHOVELS, ?cc, kc, in store and for sale
very low, by JOHN C. DIAL.
No t 8_
OLD MOUNTAIN WHISKEY.
4BBLS. OLD CORN WHISKEY.
1 " APPLEBRANDY.
Nov 20 JOHN C. SEEQERS A CO.
10 BBLS. MOLASSES.
I' OW to dealers.
_ j Nov 20 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
ALARGE lot just received. It suits foi
all kinds of merchandize, and is sold
lower than any paper can be brought here
from the North.
Nov 20 JOHN C. ? EEGERS A CO.
N. B.-Fancy Wrapping Paper, Yellow
GEO. W. PARKER,
AND DEALEU IS
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, fifj,, &C,
Corner Main and Camden Streets,'
COLUMBIA, S. C.
PROMPT and energetic attention ii gua?
ranteed to all orders tor the purchase
or sab; of any species of Property or Mer?
chandize. Nov 21 2mo
Just Received and in Store.
1 A AA BUSHELS prime White Pro
vision COHN, (Maryland.)
500 bushel? primo Mixed CORN.
f>0 bbls. FAMILY FLOUR.
1.000 bushels White and Black Seed Oats.
10,000 lbs. Bacon Sides and Shoulders.
10 bags Rangoon Rice-prime.
25 bbls. super Flour. " .
25 sacks Salt.
f)0 bushels Cow Peas.
50 bales Eastern Hay.
Grain of all descriptions constantly on
hand. For sal?- at lowest market figures.
BROWNE ??fe SCHIR.9IKR,
Yclger'a new store, Main street.
S. E. STRATTON,
Cotton Rags, Waste, Old Bag?in? and Rope !
AND OT FIER OLD METALS.'
HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid for thc
above articles. Assembly street, one
uoor from Gervais, Columbia, S. C.
Nov IS Imo
j?-*- Winnsboro Netos and Yorkville En?
quirer publish three times and send bills.
TO THE LADIES.
MRS. C. E. REED has just
received a splendid assort?
ment of DRESS TRIMMINGS.
Also, afresh snpplv of MIL?
LINERY GOODS, of all de?
scriptions, at wholesale and
retail. French Corsets, Ze?
phyr Worsted Hair Braids.
Curls, Xe, which will be sold
very low. Nov 1 +3mo
1MIE above reward will bo paid lor thc
apprehension ot NERO MCDANIEL
and GREGG TAYLOR, Freedmen, or Fifty
Dollars for either, if delivered to mc or
lodged in any jail of this State, (South
Carolina.) They were convicted at thc
last term of the Court for Richland Dis?
trict o? mule stealing, and escaped from
the city prison on Monday, the 29th of Oc?
tober last, at 8 o'clock a. m..
Nero McDaniel ia about twenty-two
years old, five feet niue inches high. Greg
Taylor is about twenty or twenty-two years
old, five feet seven inches high; both dark
color. They were raised by Mr. John D.
Frost, sr., of this District, ten miles above
Columbia, on Broad Uiver, lt is believed
that they aro still about the city or the
plantation of Mr. Frost.
Nov 6 tuth JESSE E. DENT, S. R. D.
THE undersigned have entered into part?
nership, under the name of AUTHUR,
MELTON & MELTON, for practice in the
Courts of Law and Equity for Richland.
Fairfield, Newberry, Lexington, Kershaw
and Sumter Districts, and in tho United
na~ Office, in Columbia, in rear of thc
Court House, up stairs-heretofore occu?
pied by Melton .t Jrlelton.
E. J. AUTHUR,
C. D. MELTON.
Nov 15 Imo SAMUEL W. MELTON.
MA DESIRABLE COTTAGE RESI?
DENCE, with four rooms and garret,
situated in a healthy portion of the city
and near to the business part. Terms will
bo made accommodating. Apply to
Pet G _HANAilAN .V. WARLEY.
THE above reward ia offered for the ar?
rest of TOLAND H. BASS, who, on
Friday last, in the city of Columbia, mur?
dered my wife, Mrs. Mary E. Hamborg,
while standing in her own do ?r-way.
Said Bass is 22 or 23 years old, five feet
five or six inches high; weighs 175 or 180
ponnds; is stoutly built; has a broad face,
dark hair and eyes, slight hitch in.his walk,
speaks quickly and rather loud, and may
bc moro perfectly identified by tho ?car ot
a pistol sk Ot, which ur.ay be seen on the
back of his left. hand.
The abovo reward will bo paid on the
presentation of the proper vouchers that
the said Bass is lodged in anv jail in tho
United States. CHAULES HAMBERG.
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 20, 1860.
Factorage and Commission Business.
THE subscriber having rebuilt his stores,
is prepared to STORE ami SELL COT
ION and other COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Nov 15 li ANDREW CRAWFORD.
rf 111 IS RESTAURANT, winch ha* been ?
I closed for the pa.it few weeks for the ''
purpose of completely refitting it through- :
. ?ut, will lie re-openedT?-MOKROW (Mon- ?
The proprietor had just laid in a fine |
stock of LIQUORS, \\ INKS, extra tine
CHEAM ALL, (which wiil be kepi eon- j
s tant ly on draught;) a superior article of i
Champagne Cider, in pint and quart bot- j
ties; iiuo Cordials; heat Segara, Smoking ?
?ar A tine LUNCH, ot GAME. SOUP. I
Sec., will be served up TO-MORROW
MORNING, at ll o'clock, to which ho in?
vites all epicures to call and partake of. 1
Lunch will be served up dailv, from ll to ;
1 Relock. JOHN PANNING.
COLUMBIA RESTAURANT! !
HAS been thoroughly titted up so as to
make it a first-class RESTAURANT.
Dennis will snare neither means nor labor
to accommodate all who give him a call.
Liquors, Wines, etc.. shall all lie of the
liest quality. Free Lunch from ll to 1
o'clock every day. ile.ils terved at all
hours. The choicest that the Charleston
and Columbia markets can alford will
always bc on hand. Our arrangements
will enable us to supply families with Oys?
ters, Fish, Ac, at short notice.
Charges moderate. Terms cash.
Nov i iir.i'j DENNIS MCQUINN is, sm>.
? "COSGABEB RESTAURANT!"
Next door West of the Post Office.
TREVET & BERAGHI
WOULD respectfully inform their
friends and the public in general
that they have opened a RESTAURANT at
the above place, where the very best ol
everything ni 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.
THE subscriber has just received the
LARGEST STOCK and GREATEST
VARIETY OF PATTERNS of STOVES and
RANGES, ever offered in this market
ranging in price from $15 to $150, and com
1 prising tho following celebrated patterns:
I Ruck's Patent Improved-having a Tin
Warming Oven and Copper Reservoir for
Ruck's Patent Plain.
Queen of the South.
Social Parlor Cook.
Guide and Rival Ranges.
A small supply of Soap Stone Griddles.
House-keepers aro invited to call and
sec for themselves. A. PALMER,
Corner Washington and Assembly sta.
Nov %) 6
Very Desirable Farm and
Residence at Private Sale!
GREENVILLE, S. C.
MTHAT very beautiful and desirable
place, formerly owned and improved
by Robert Stewart, Esq.. of Newberry,
and now owned by Messrs. Klinck Sc Wick?
enburg, of Charleston, is offered at private
sale, lt contains one hundred and forty
four acres, fifty of which are cleared, and
well adapted to thc culture of corn, wheat,
rye, oats, potatoes and other provisions,
and is located at the junction of tho Pen?
dleton and White Horse Roads, three miles
from the Court 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 kitchens, 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.
The orchards contain moro than a thou?
sand trees of the finest varieties of peaches,
aDples, pears and plums, and there are a
number of flourishing arbors of grapes,
including tho Isabella, Catawba, Blands,
Madeiia and Scuppernoug, on the place;
also, a tine stock of strawberries, raspber- i
ries and other small fruits.
The ornamental grounds about the house ?
are extensive and beautifully laid ont, and
aro profusely supplied with rare and beau?
tiful evergreens, bodges, roses and shrub?
bery and other choice plants.
Altogether, the place presenta very supe?
rior advantages for a pleasant, healthful
and convenient residence, a.nd such au oue
as is seldom offered in the market.
The terms, both as to price and time of
payment, will bo made very liberal, and
may be ascertained, together with any fur?
ther information, upon application to C. J.
ELFORD, Attorney at Law, Greenville, s.
C.. or to Messrs. "KLINCK k WIGKEN
BERG, Charleston. S. C._Aug 21 tu
State of South Carolina---Lexington
Jemima Oswalt, Applicant, Martin Oswalt,
David Oswalt and others, Defendants.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Mar?
tin Oswalt, David Oswalt, Henry Os?
walt and James Oswalt, some of the de?
fendants, reside without the limita of this
State: It is, therefore, ordered that they
do appear and object to the division or sale
of the real estate of George Oswalt, de?
ceased, on or before the 21st day of Janu?
ary next, or their consent to tho' same will
bo entered of record. A. EFIRD,
Ordinary Lexington District.
Ordinary's Oflice,"Lexington C. H., S. C.,
Oct. 16, 1866. Nov 14 wl2
.Z^x*. ctio xx Sales,
Variety Sale of Utdimited (foods.
By LEVIN & PEIXOTTO.
THIS (TucsdaV) MORNING, at 10 o'clock,
we will sell, at our store, wittiont reserve,
Superior Cured Hams, boxes line Cheese,
Bbls. Hice, Super. Cognac Brandy,
Boxes Chewing Tobacco, pound plugs,
Cases Smoking Tobacco, Segars,
Smoking Tobacco, in IO jiouml bags,
A variety of Crockcryware, &<;.
A variety of Dry Goods and Fancy Arti?
cles, suitable for the season.
2 very fine Cooking Stoves, in order.
~By LFY.TN & PELX?TT?.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, in addition
to the abov?, we will soil,
Sundry articles of Furniture,
Feather Beds and Mattresses,
Lot of Cotton Cards, Shoes,
A very (inc gentle. Draft Horse,
Alight Spring Wagon and Harness, S.a.
_ N"v 27 ._
Cottage ami Lots.
W. T. WALTER
Will sell, at thc Court House, on the FIRST
MONDAY in December nest,
The Cottage on Lincoln street, opposito
the Gas-Works. Tho Cottage has four
rooms above, and four basement rooms,
with good well of water, bath-house, vine?
ry, fruit trees, large vegetable garden and
all necessary out-builomga attached.
A Lot, fronting on Lady street 79 feet,
and running back 225 feet.
Thc above property may be treated for
and bought low at private sale, previous to
dav of sale, bv application as above
Nov IC 9t
BY virtue of a writ of Jitri facias to me
directed. 1 will sell, before tho Court
House in Columbia, on tho FIRST MON?
DAY and TUESDAY in December next, all
the right, title and interest of the defen?
dant, Wm. E. Scott, iu the following arti?
cles of Merchandize, viz: 1 box Soap, 1
doz. Tumblers, 1 box containing sundry
articles of Dry Goods, 1 box Soda, lot of
Caps, 1 box Shoes. 1 box Smoking Tobacco,
lot. of Tinware, 9 Kerosene Glass Lamps.
1 box Pipes, 2 Tin Cans. 5 email Fr\mg
Pana, 1 box Copperas, half doz. Wire Sift?
ers, half doz. Hair Brushes, 2 doz. Buck?
skin Purses, 4 bottles Wine, 1 doz. bottles
Mustard and various other articles of Mer?
chandize, Ac. Levied on as the property
of Wm. E. Scott, at tho suit of T. M. Bris?
tol vs. Wm. E. Scott. Terms cash.
Nov 15 $_J. E. DENT, S. R. D.
Orangeburg I'emale Seminary.
By JACOB COHEN & CO.
ON THURSDAY, thc 29th of November, at
ll o'clock, at the North of the Exchange,
Charleston, S. C., will be sold.
That DESIRABLE PROPERTY,situated
in the town of Orangeburg, and known as
the Orangeburg Female College. Tho
building is large, and suitable for a Hotel
or Boarding School, being capable of ac?
commodating about two hundred (2(i0)
persons. On the premises are gas works
for supplying the building with gas; and a
tine orchard and garden. The grounds aro
ample and eligibly located, being near tho
TERMS. - One-tenth cash; balance by
bond, payable in five equal annual instal?
ments, secured by mortgage ot the pro?
perty. Premise? to be kept insured and
policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for
03" Tho above property can be treated
for at private sale. Nov 23 +3
TUB Wi IEL
having leased the above
named POPULAR HOTEL,
_'begs leave to itiform her
former patrons and the traveling publi
generallv that she will bc prepared for the
RECEPTION OF VISITORS on and after
September 3, 1866.
The table will be supplied with tho best
the markets afford, and no effort spared
to make it A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE.
MKS. D. C. Sl'ECK,
Columbia, S. C., September 1, 1806.
Columbia Iron Works.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
JOHN ALEXANDER, Proprietor.
- * >.
THE above Works can furnish all kinds
? f IRON and BRASS CASTINGS, MA?
CHINERY, GRIST and SAW MILL IRONS,
GIN WHEELS, of different sizes, &c , at
short notictt anil on reasonable terms.
A new, large 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 ano a Stationary 25 and 30
horse power Engine for salo for cash, at a
lt. MCDOUGALL, Attorney.
Oct ll 3mo Superintcnd-nt.
HAVING resumed the
' ubove business, I am pre
jared to execute all kinds
ot work in tuc above line at the shortest
notice ami most reasonable prices.
A variety of COFFINS constantly on
hand. Funerals promptly attended.
Aug 30 M. H. BERRY,
At Brennan A Carroll'* Carriage Factory.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
J. 8?L2BACHER A CO. have on
banda stock of the above goods,
L-vhich will be disposed of at reason
rates. Mr. I. SULZBACHER, a com?
petent watch-maker anil jeweller, is con?
nected with the establishment, and will
repair promptly and in the best manner,
all WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY
entrusted to them.
OLD GOLD and SILVER bought.
HAIR JEWELRY mado to order.
Ale and Porter.
ONE HUNDRED dozen London PORTER
and Ediuburg ALE. Just recehed and
for sale by _J. & T. R. AGNEW.
Paints, Oils, Window Glass.
THREE THOUSAND lbs. pure WHITE
LEAD, ground in oil.
1,000 lbs. St. Louis White Lead, ground
in oil, at 12$ cents per pound.
200 gallons boiled and raw Linseed Oil.
Together wit. a completo assortment of
Tanners' and Machinery Oils, dry and
ground Paints, Furniture, Coach and Japan
Varnishes, Wiudow Glass, Putty, Paint
Brushes, Varnish, Dusting and Scrubbing
Brushes. For ?ale at low prices by
Oot 31 J. & T. R. AGNEW.