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CHARLESTON, Janaary 8.-Sailed
Steamer E. B.v Sonder, New York;
schooner Minerva, Matanzas.
WASIIINOA?, January 3.-Tho
Greek LegoBU.-u have accounts of a
battle on tuc 25th and 26th, near the
village of Lake Coste, in which the
Turks were defeated, with severe
loss. The reception of King George
by Queen Olga, in Athens, wns en?
thusiastic beyond description. The
cry of ''Down with the barbarous
Turks," was universal.
Tho Government of St. Domingo
has issued a decree reducing the
tariff on goods imported direct from
Europe or the United States fifteen
per cent, less than wheu coming
throngh tho West Indian.Islands.
Minister Dickinson. Mininer tc
Nicaragua, transmits au elaborate
account of the recent volcanic action,
which continued sixteen days, mak?
ing for itself a cave 200 feet high,
with a crater in the top 200 feot in
diameter. Tho saud covers the coun?
try from the volcano to the Pacific,
fifty miles. Seen at night, the rim of
the crater is white, half-way down a
red heat. The height of the fiamo
and flying cinders was 5?0 feet. Mr.
Dickinson thinks the volcano was
smothered by its own discharges.
Gen. Howard has not issued an
order dismissing officers of the Freed?
men's Bureau, for engaging in poli?
tics; but has established the policy
of dealing with each case os it comes
up. Thus far, in several cases brought
to his notioe, he has established the
ride that acceptance of the nomina?
tion for ..ti offioe must be considered
incompatible with the duties required
bf officers of the Bureau, and such
agents or officers have been relieved.
The latest case of this kind was that
of Mr. Pilsbury, of South Carolina, a
civilian agent of the Bureau, who was
elected to Convention, and was noti?
fied that ho could not hold both po?
Gov. Haight, of California, in his
inaugural, says the propriety of ad?
mitting the blacks to suffrage, be?
longs to each State, to determine for
itself; had Congress been able to
control this subject, both negroes and
Chinese suffrage would probably have
boen forced upon the people of Cali?
fornia, against the will of the majori?
ty, who, ignorant of the effects of
such legislation, would have inflicted
upon us evils actually intolerable.
So far as California is concerned,
the people of this State have ex?
pressed their opposition, both tc
negro and Chinese suffrage.
Gov. Chamberlain, of Maine, wof
inaugurated to-day. He favors a fail
and square payment of the national
debt, but not in one day or in a gone
Internal revenue receipts to-daj
HAVANA, January 3.-It is statec
that Santa Anna will furnish Col
Villafranca money and men to inau
gurato the Yucatan revolution.
The Mexican Congress is about in
creasing the regular army to 18,000.
SAVANNAH, January 3.-A. A. Brad
ley, the Boston nigger member o
Pope's Atlanta Convention, was ar
rested this evening, for threatening
John E. Hays, proprietor of tho Re
publican, and drawing a pistol on tin
NEW ORLEANS, January 3.-Th
Convention to-day adopted the fol
lowing, offered by Pincheck, as th
thirteenth article of the constitution
That all persons shall enjoy fqua
rights, and also provides tliat whil
traveling*in^hi8 State, in any convey
ance of ?^^Fblic character, and al
business places or otherwise carrie
on by charter, or for whioh a licens
is required from either State, Parisl
or municipal authority, shall b
deemed places of a public charactei
and shall be open to the accommoda
tion and patronage of all persons
without distinction or discriminate
on account of race or color.
Gov. Flanders, of "Louisiana, ha\
iug resigned his office, Mr. ' Joshu
Balccr has been appointed. He is
nativo of Kentucky, but an old citi
zen of (Louisiana.
RICHMOND, January 3.-In th
Convention, a resolution was offeree]
urging tho continuance of the Freei
men's Bureau in tho State; depreca
ing its withdrawal as a calamity, an
requesting Gen. Howard to contine
it under such agents as may best su
the purpose. After a long debate, :
Senator Pomeroy, of Kansas, at
dressed a meeting at tho Africa
Church, to-night, and advised tl:
Convention to confer suffrage on a
mules over twenty-one, and secure
to them forever.
ALL uartioH indebted to UH 1>V NOTE <
ACCOUNT will And it to their lutero
to bee u? at unco, ami before tho 15th iiih
Jan A FISH KU ft LOWRANCE.
The New System
OF CASH BEFORE DELIVERY. 1
ALL CASES, adhered to bv
_Jan 1 FISHER ft LOWRANCE.
ACOTTAGE, with Four Rooms. Kite
on and Qardcn Spot: good Well
Wim r on promises. Situated ou Lineo]
two doors from Tavlor ?treut. Apply
curucr of Taylor and Lincoln utroctu.
Jan :i ,t*
AQUANTITY, of PRINTING PAPER
Mix.e ?Sx??S - suitable for a nowepapi
1 will he disposodof at a very low rate. A
I ply oaily ut Phoenix oflics. Jan 1
FINANCIAL, AND COMMERCIAL.
NEW TORE, January 3-Noon.-r
Floor 19@20o, bettor. Wheat 2@Ae.
better. Corn lo. better. Pork j
Lard quiet? at 12@12J?.
Cotton a shade firmer-uplands 16><.
Sterling lo)?. Gold 333?@33%?
7 P. M.-Cotton firmer, active and
advanced sales 7,000 bales,
at 16%@17. Flour quiet-State]
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Wheat aetive. Mixed Western corn
email@example.com)?; yellow Southern 1.38.
Pork firm, at 21.d0@31. Lard firm,
at 12>?($U. Freights firm. Gold
firm, at 33^; sterling quiet and
BALTIMORE, January 3.-Cottou ac?
tive aud firmer, at IC. Flour active
for jobbing, nt former prices. Wheat I
-red Southern 2.75(^2.85; choice
3.00. Corn steady. Oats dull, at 72
(mli. Liuik shoulders 9.
CINCINNATI, January 3.-S. G. Hop?
kins, dry goods merchaut, has failed;
liabilities 81,000,000-mostly duo
CHARLESTON, January 3.-Cotton]
activo and advanced sales]
1,200 bales; receipts 900-middling
MOBILE, Jauuary 3.-Sales of cot?
ton to-day 4,000 bales; market closed
firm-middling 14J4(?r>14??'; receipts
2,087; sales of the week 19,800; re?
SAN ANN AH) January 3.-Cottou ac?
tive aud advanced-middling 15*4;
sales 1,000 bales; receipts 1,910.
AUGUSTA, January 3.-Cotton
market stiff-holders asking higher j
rates-sales 363 bales; receipts 192; ]
New York middling 15.
NEW ORLEANS, January 3.-Cottou
excited and advanced-offering light I
-sales to-day 5,600 bales; receipts
8,307-middlings 15|.i@15?^; sales
of tho week 31,611; receipts of the]
week 251,235; stock on baud 113,335.
Sugar and molasses very firm and
quotations unchanged. Flour dull- |
superfine 9}?', choice 14.25(3(15.
Corn in fair demand, at 95@?.OO.
Pork dull and nominal-now mess ]
21.50; old 22. Bacon shoulders re?
tailing at 9,>.?7/10; clear 14(214'.
LONDON, January 3-2 P. M.-Con?
sols 92 for money. Bonds 72%.
LIVERPOOL, January 3-2 P. M.
Cotton active and finner; prices ad?
vanced )?d.-uplands 7j?s? Orleans]
-| f\ BARRELS KEROSENE OIL for salo
_L\J low, for ca*h. at
Jan 41 C.\NTWELI/S, BedeU's Row^_
Eutaw Encampment No. 2,1.0.0. F.
^g^^W^gB^th? ^EBTINa ?[
(Saturday) EVENING,The iTh'hist* at 7
o'clock. Punctual attendance is reeducat?
ed. Bv dispensation.
Jan 4 1_J. MrCAMMON, Sec'y.
. Received on Consignment,
A Ci ImLS- P?mo CAROLINA RICE,
'rfcv/ For aale low, for cuah, at
D. C. PEIXOTTO A SON'S,
Auctioneers and Comin'n Merchants.
Jan :i :$
Received on Consignment,
-| f\ HIIDS. prime PACON SIDES.
JA./ 5 " N. Y. Sugar-Cured St i ii).-.
For aale low, for esau. bv
D. C. PEIXO?TO A SON.
Auctioneers und Comni'n Merchants.
Jan 3 3
On Both Sides of the Sea,
ASTORY of the time of OLIVER
CROMWELL and CHARLES I: by
the Sch?nnen? Cotta Familv. Price $1.75.
Love in Letters; Edited bv Allan Grant.
The Huguenots, their Settlements, In?
dustries. Ac; by Samuel fimilea, author of
"Lives of the Engineers," Ac. Price $1.75.
Stones from Greek Mythology; by Rev.
J. Wood, of Edinbmg, linely illustrated.
The Huguenot Family; a novel, by Tyt
lor, and some new London Novels, '?5 and
50 cents each. For sale at
Jan 8_Mr.CARTRIt'S Bookstore.
i<**iv f\ THE undersigned has inst
^S^XJ?r received a lot of FINE NOR
^3i?r FOLK OYSTER?, in half gallon
kegs-which will bo diaposod of by tho keg
or othorwiso. Call at tho Columbia Ice
Houso. Jan 3 2
FINE KENTUCKY HOGS.
THE undersigned has for salo
s28!8mRka.)utnt eighty head of tino KEN
zSHffiTUCKY HOGS, (weighing from
QauBM-OO to If 0 lbs., gross.,) at Geiger's
lot, above Cotton Town. Tho hogs will bo
sold nett or gross. J. A. ALLEN.
W. B. JOHNSTON,
Magistrate and Notary Public,
OFFICE on Assembly street, opposite
the Market. Will attend to all official
business; also, drawing up writings, peti?
tions, Ac, wlMi promptness. Jan 1
Yarns at Manufacturer's Prices.
COLUMBIA MERCHANTS desiring
COTTON YARNS, in any quantity,
and of any number from No. 5 to No. 20,
can havo thom promptly delivered at their
atore? hy sending their orders through tho
Post Office to
CHILDS, JOHNSTON & PALMER,
Jan 1 12 Proprietors Saluda Factory.
Almonds and Raisins,
ALSO, ENGLISH WALNUTS, Tccan
Nuts, Rutter Nula and Filberts, at
Doc 17 [G* E. POLLARDS.
V10LI\ \m GLITAIt STRIXGS.
ALARGE and choice selection of tho
vorj best ITALIAN STRINGS. Alao,
a full assortment of VIOLONCELLO
STRINGS, a great variefy of Violin Bows,
Screws, Bridges, Tftil ll.iards and Rosin,
just received at E. POLLARD'S.
_ Doc 17 ?12*
11, i M n,ir? Crimson Tetter Wa?h,
for Tetter, Riugworm, Pimples, Worm
Spots, Ronghno.ia of tho Skin-a cure for
Tetter and Ringworm,
Report far Week ending friday, January 3.
. PIKEN ix OFFICE, COLUMBIA, 8. C., JAN. 4.
Thom has not been much doing in cotton
during tho pant week ; tba few eales made
have been on a basis of 184014 for mid?
dling. The ealeB of tho wcok foot up 148
bales, as follows: 18 at 12J; 21 at 12; 15 at
Ul; S2 at 12J; 23 at ll; 17 at 18J; 4 at 14;
20 at 13J.
There baa beon no material chango in
othor articles of country produce
The following buying ratee of South Ca?
rolina Bank Not CH, ia prepared by Thoo. E.
Orepg ft Co., Brokera:
Bank of Camden.19
Bank of Charleston. .16
Ban^ of Chester. 7
Bank of Georgotown.i.ll
Bank of Newberry. 28
Bauk of South Carolina. 8
Bank of 8tate of South Carolina, fold,] . 7
Bank of State of Sont?' CaroMnft, L"c-,]. 2
Bank of Hamburg. ll
Commercial Bank. . 1
Exchange Bank. 9
Plantera' Bank. 4
Farmers and Exchange Bank. 1
South-Western Railroad Bank, [old,J .. .23
Planters and Mechanic*.16
\Vlioli?ale Price? Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
THE COLUMBIA BOAB!) OF TB AB E.
APPLES-Per bushe?T.7.... .1 25 @1 50
BAGGING-Guunv, per yard.. 27 Ca)
Dundee " ? 30
BALE ROPE-Manilla, per lb.. 26 ?
N.Y.orWest. " 15? 16
BUTTER-Northern, per lb.. ? 00
Country, " .. 30 & 40
BACON-Hams, per lb. 22 ?
Side? " . 16 ? 17
Shoulders, " . li fie 15
BRICKS-Per 1,000.9 00012 00
.COITON YARN-Per bunch. .1 50? 1 75
COTTON-Strict Middling, prlb 14 @
Middling, " 13J? 13.
Low Middling, " 13 ? 13
Good Ordinary, " 12|? 12
Ordinary, " 10*0 12
CANDLES-Sperm, per lb ... 87 (<A 45
Adamantine, " .. 24 @ 25
Tallow, " .. 18 ? 20
CHEESE-English Dairv, per lbl9 ? 20
r'actory, " 19 ? 20
ICOFFEE-Rio, per lb.24? 27
Laguavra, ". 28 ? 30
Java, * 40 ? 45
FLOUR-Country, per bbl.. 14 00?14 50
GRAIN-Corn, per bush.1 25?
Wheat, " .1 6502 00
Oats, ?* . 60? 6.1
Peas, " . 90@1 Ot
HAY-Northern, per cwt.
Eastern " .
HIDES-Dry, per lb.12J01?
Green, " . *
INDIGO-Carolina.1 00? 1 2!
LARI)-Per lb.16J? li
LUMBER-Boards, per 100 ft. 1 ?
Scantling, " . 15(
Shingles, per 1,000. 2 71
LIME-Per bbl.2 70@2 81
MOLASSES-Cuba, per gallon.58001
New Orleans, " 1 00?1 21
Sugar House. " . ..75?I 2
NAILS-Per keg.;6 75@8 0
ONIONS-Per bushel. @2 0
OLL-Kerosene, per gallon. 65? 7
Machinery " .75?1 l>
POTATOES-Irish, per busbel.l 75?2 0
Sweet, '? . 60? 7
RICE-Carolina, per lb. 9? 1
East India, " .
SPECIE-Gold.1 41@1 4
SUver.1 30M1 fl
SHOT, per bag. 3 2503 5
SPIRITS-Alcohol, per Kallon.... 6 0
Brandy, " .4 00012 t
Holland Gin, ?'...5 0007 1
American " " . ..3 5H04I
Jamaica Rum, " ...fi 00?7 (
N. E. " " .. .3 50?3 1
Bourbon Whiskey,. .3 5004 I
Monongahela " . .3 7504 (
Rectified ** ...2 5002 '
SALT-Liverpool, per sack.2 50?2 <
SOAP-Per lb. 9 0
SUGAR-Crushed, por lb.19 ?
Powdered, ?' .19 ?
Brown. " .12J?
TEA -Green, per lb.1 0002
Black, " .1 0001
TOBACCO-Chewing, per lb.... 5001
Smoking, " .50?1
VINEGAR-Wine, por gallon.70?
Cider, " .500
French, " . .1 25? 1
WINE-Champagne, per basket.25032
Port, per gallon.3 0005
Sherry, " .3 5000
Madeira, .? .3 5006
MEATS-Pork, per lb.
Beef, ". 8 <2
Mutton, " . ]
POULTRY-Turkova, per pair.
Ducks, ?.' .
Chickens, " .30(jj
Geese. " .
In the Dental Profession.
I HAVE PATENTED,
jdSSSSfe now desire to introduce
ifr?SBSf^ important improvement
^IIJT the construction of ART
CI AL DENTURES, whereby tho stren
reliability and facility of repair, port
ing to swaged plato work, is communie
to mould mefalio or vulcanizablo b
Streug Plate Teeth as firmly attache
the baso as if soldered to sw:
plato, aro, by this process, substituted
those specially designed for moulded L
By their uso tho operator is left froo t<
erciao his own judgment iu their arra
mont, and linds himself nolongor conl
to tho samenoas of tho present sty!
blocks, or single tooth weakened by (
ing for moulded work.
No new appliances aro roqnirod in
process. It is easily acquired by an}
familiar with either mouldod or sw
work, lt gives to tho operator contid
in tho reliability of his casos, exomj
him from the disappointment and
plexity often attendant on hie most f
hil efforts, lt renders partial oases as
able as full sots, and, consequently,
tond to ameliorato tho present deploi
practice of extracting every tooth, s
or unsound, which stands in tho way 0
Tho mothod has hoon thoroughly tc
I anti is now submitted to the profs
with tho assurance that it will bo fon
fulfill all that is claimed for it. Its rc
aro highly artistio, very beautiful, ai
ford tho utmost satisfaction to ope
OFFICE LICENSES will bo the SJ
adopted, in relation to which and
nutters in connection-circulars wi
furnished, on application to the suht
or. WM. REYNOLDS, M. D
Jan 4 |3mo_Columbia, S,
Old Government Java.
1 (\ POCKETS Old and Choico Go
XX? mont JAVA COFFEE, for salo l
Deo 21 E. & G. D. HOI
Colombia Malo Academy.
Classical and Mathematical School.
THE EXERCISES will be
aLWk RESUMED on MONDAY, Jsn
?SAJ___uary C. Tho Latin ami Greek
^iUpfesClausicH aro taught by JAMES
jKfgP WOOD DAVIDSON. A. M. Pn
pila will bo prepared for admis?
sion into any university or college, or for
HUGH 8. THOMPSON, Principal.
Jan 3_' _
COLUMBIA, S. C,
jtmm. T.HE ?oxt term'of tho eub
/fUSti scriber's School will commonce
c?L?^?HON TUESDAY, January 7, und
vlH?fc*'continuf twelve weeks, till
W^TTUESDAV. March 31. Tho
^SmmW rough instruction is impartod
in all tho branche? essential to the educa?
tion of young Ladies, both literary and
ornamental. New classes will be formed
in Chemistry and Astronomy, Latin and
Presch, Drawing and 1'alnting. Vocal I
MUH?C will be taught to the whole School,
without extra charge, by ono of the ablest
Teachers in Columbia. Boarders will be
received, to whoso improvomont and de?
portment n parental caro will be extended.
Number o? Pupils limited to thirty. Pri?
vate lessons given in the afternoon in the
School House, or at Pupils' residences.
Apply at South-west corner of Camden
and Picken* streets. \V. MULLER.
__Jan 3 ||G }3
Columbia Male School, at School
Rouse cf Palmetto ls>dge No. 5, /. O. O. F.
?mm. THE exorcises of this School.
iT/JA for the first session of 18C8, will
tOL^B^coninicneo nu MONDAY, tue
^HSKSt'1'1 of January. Instruction
jKjpF^'ill be given in all the depart
m?mmW ments of a good English cdu
oaiiou, in tho preparatory course required
for admission into College or the Universi?
ty of South Carolina; and in Book-keeping
by single and double entry. An extra
daily session, from 3 to 5 o'clock in tho af?
ternoon, wdl be devoted exclusively to in?
structing such of the scholars as aro pre?
paring for business in the applicatiou of
the principles of Book-keeping. As tho
number of pupils admitted is always limit?
ed, every attention will be given "to make
the instruction, in all departments, tho?
rough and practical. The rate of tuition
per half session, of two and a half months,
is $10; payable al tho close of each half
session. P. W. PAPE,
King's Mountain Military School,
YORKVILLE, S. C.
m THE First Session of 1668
/f^A will begin on the lt.; of FE
t?tl^M^IiRl'Al.Y, and end on the 1st
jjjra^ T E n M s . For School Ex
G&3r penses, i. e. Tuition, Books,
Stationery, ?vc, Boarding, Lights, Fuel and
Washing, $110 in specio, or tho equivalent,
jier session, payable in advance.
Circulars, containing full information,
may bo seen, at this office, or procured
from COL. A. COWARD,
Surviving Principal and Proprietor.
Select Boarding and Day School.
HILLSBORO, N. C.
jm-. THE Misses NASH and Miss
MOm\ KOLOCK, Principals.
?^J_E_bi= 'r,ie Spring Term will open
^j___T_frFEBRUARY 7, 18G-, and close
JUNE 26, (twenty weeks.) Cir
mnWsW culars forwarded on applica?
tion;_ _Dec 10 fomo
New Schedule on Spartanburg and
Union Railroad, for 1868.
ON and after the 1st of JANUARY. 1868,
the Trains will run TBI-WEEKLY,
going ami returning on Mondays, Wednes?
days and Saturdays, observing the present
schedule. THOS. B JETER,
President Spartanburg and Union R. R.
PAYMENT OF INTEREST.
TREAS. OFFICE, C. A S. C. R. R. CO.,
COLUMBIA, December 30, 1HC7.
THE Coupons of this Company falling
dun 1st of J-imary, 18G8, will be paid
(Uss United States Tax" 5 percent.) on pre?
sentation at tho First National Bank. Char?
lotte, Bnd at tho Bunking Honse of E. J.
Scott, in this city, on and alter that date.
Holders of past due Bonds, past duo
Coupons and Bonds maturing 1st Janu?
ary, 18CS, aro invited to fund the samo in
7 per cent. Coupon Bonds, at this Office.
Dec 2!) 6 C. H. MANSON, Treasurer. _
" EATING HOUSE AT ALSTON.
PASSENGERS on tho Greenville and
Columbia Railroad, can get BREAK?
FAST and DINNER at Alston-ample time
Dec 27 MARY A. ELKIN A SON.
New Presbyterian Hymn Books.
JUST received, an assortment of tho
new Southern PSALMS and HYMNS,
in plain and fine bindings. For salo at
Dec 21 R- > BR YA N.
Steam Engine for Sale.
ASTATIONARY STEAM ENGINE, 35
horso powor, in complote order; with
Flue Boiler, containing 32 Flues.
Also, a CIRCULAR SAW MILL.
To be sold singly or together. The En?
gine can he seen at tho Cungaroo Iron
Works, foot of Ladv street.
Api.iv to ' R. MCDOUGAL,
Nov ir> Columbia, s. C.
Something New and Fine.
'IUI.-, Alli*" SMOKING TOBACCO.
TUST received, a consignment of above
brand of TOBACCO, considered by
connoisseurs the finest in tho market. It
is manufactured from tho best Virginia
leaf, free from stems, and some folks who
have smoked it think that its influence im?
parts no small degree of tho wit and
humor of tho celebrated "Bill" himself.
A trial, however, will convinco any ono of
its superiority. For sale, in any quantity,
by GEORGE SYMilERS.
.An eruption of the skin, of thu ty
year's standing, which defied the skill of
the doctors, was cured, in Philadelphia,
by using H?initeh's (.neon's Delight.
FRESH BUTTER AND EGGS.
1 C_ft M?. Fresh Mountain BUTTER,
JLVJ?J 75 dozoii Fresh EGGS. At
Dec 24 J. C. SEEGERS A CO. S
Eggs! Eggs!! Eggs!!!
<^?'X.i\ DOZEN FRESH EGGS, for salo
__f )l J by E. A G. D. HOPE.
Salt, Salt, Salt, Salt.
rAA SACKS genuino LIVERPOOL
?)\_J\_/ SALT, frosh from shipboard,
ami at as Imo price as Wilmington Salt in
sold t>]f other parties. For sale by
Doc 12 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
I Auction Sales
Mules Carriages and Harness.
BY A. R. PHILLIPS.
"WILL bo sold, on MONDAY MORNING
next, the Otb inst., (sale dav.) at tho
1 Court House, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
9 GOOD PLANTATION MULES,
1 Light and nearly New Carriage, with
i 1 Double-eoat Leather Top Photon, with
1 Good Buggy Horse. Terms at sale.
Valuable City Lots for Sale at Auc?
JACOB LEVIN, Auctioneer.
Formerly owned by the late G. V. Antwerp, \
in the city of Columbia.
WILL bo Hold, on the FIRST MONDAY
in January ucxt, the desirable LOTS
formerly owned by the late Gerrot V. Ant?
werp, now tb? prcpc;ij ui M. P.
OEGRAAF, consisting of:
That lot of LAND fronting on Richard?
son street 56 feot and running hack 175
foot, and bounded by said street, lauds of
Isaac Cohen, W. H. Dial and estate of John
Black. This lot may be divided iuto two
That lot of LAND fronting on Richard?
son street, (known as tho Exchange Lot.)
being 58 feet in front and rear, and 170
feet in depth, more or lees, und bounded
by said stroet aud by lands of Boatwrigbt
estate, F. G. DeFoutaino and A. Palmer.
This lot may bc divided at sale.
That lot of LAND on the corner of Cam?
den and Gates street s, fronting on Camden
street, North, 35 feet, and on Gatea street.
West, 85 feet, moro or lesa, and bounded
by said streets and bv the Catholic burial
ground and lauds of Dr. George Smith.
That lot of LAND on tho corner of Cam?
den and Marion strcots, frontiug on Cam?
den street 30 feet, and on M?rion street
200 feet, moro or lesa, and bounded by said
streets and by lands of Dr. Trczevant and
Thomas J. RawLs.
That LOT on Arseual Hill, fronting
Routh on Lanrel street 30 feet, more oi
less, aud running back 208 feet 8 inches
bounded East by Haltiwanger and Weat bj
TERMS or BALE.-One-third of the pur?
chase mouoy cash: the baiance payable in
live years, w'th interest from the day ol
salo at 7 per cent, per annum, payabh
semi-annually, to be secured by bond anc
mortgage. ? Purchasers to pay for titles.
For further information, apply to
F. w. MCMASTER,
Attornov at Law, No. 6 Law Range,
_Noy 23 soil 12_Columbia, 8. C.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
JIaight vs. Haigh/.
D. C. PEIXOTro A SON, AUCTIONEERS.
WILL bc sold, under tho direction o
thc Commissioner in Equity, fo
Richland District, on the 1st MONDAY i
Januaay, 1868, at Columbia, at the usut
hour and place of making public sales i
said city, all that lot of LAND, with COI
TAGE ?nd improvements thereon, situate
on Bridge street, in the city of Columbii
measuring 40 feet front by 208 feet deo]
moro or less, (fronting Bridge street,) an
bounded on the North by tho catato of I
Reilcy, on tho West by estate of B. Relie;
on tho East by Susan Bostick.
A LOT fronting Bridge street, measu:
ing 30 feet front by 208 feot deep, more (
less, and bounded on tho North by Mai
i Irving, on the Weat by Thomas Berry, c
thc East by Joseph Taylor.
Terms-Ono-fourth cash; balance in on
two and turco years, secured by the bor
of thc purchaser and mortgage of tl
premises. Building to be insured ac
policy assigned. Purchasers to pay fi
napers and stamps.
Nov 30$ Master in Equity.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
J. W. Parker, et al., vs. John L. Boa
wright, et al.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order, in t]
above stated case, I will sell, before tl
Court House, in Columbia, on tho FLRi
MONDAY in Januarv noxt, tho followii
VALUABLE CITY LOTS, belonging to tl
estate of tho Ut e John H. BoatWligkt, (1
ceased, to wit :
LOT No. 1, on corner of Sumter ai
Washington strcots, fronting on Washin
ton street 104 foot ll inches, and on Sui
ter street 208 feot 8 inches; bounded Ba
by Lot No. 2, and North by Let No.
Lot No. 2, frontiug on Washington strf
101 foot ll inches, mulling back 208 fee
inches; bounded Wost bv Lot No. 1, a:
on tho East by Columbia Female Acadert
Lot No. 3, frontiug ou Sumter street 1
feet; bounded South by Lots No. 1 and
and running back 209 feet lOinobcs; bot
dod North by Baptist Church. On t
North-east corner, a small parceL 20J
feet, belonging to tho Baptist Chun
prevents the lot (rom being a paralle
Terms of sale- Cash sufficient to p
the costs of suit and espouses of ea
One-third cash, balauco in one aud t
Plats of property can be seen at i
office. D. B. DESAUSSURK,
Dee l l J C. E. R. I)
M. D. Wood, Administrator, et ur.,
Mrs. Jaue Beck, et al.-Bill for sale
Beal h?tate to pay Debts, Belief, dc.
IN pursuance of tho decretal ordor, in 1
abovo statod caso, I will sell, bofore t
Court HOUBO, on the FIRST MONDAY
January next, the following YALUAB
Lot No. 1. fronting on Richardson "tr
48 feet and back 117 ieot 1 inches, a
bounded on the West by Assembly at?
On this lot thero is a new brick storo, w
front on Maiu street.
Lot No. 2, known as tho "Mill Lr
bounded on the North by Laurel st rt
South by a lot of J. W. Parker, East by
of 'Thomas Boyne, South by lot of B. ?
loy. Said lot fronts 113 foet on Lau
street, running back 107 foot.
Lot No. 3, on the South-west corner
Sumter and Laurel streets, bounded E
by Sumter stroet, South by Lot No. 5
tato Beck, West by the Mill Lot, North
Laurel street, having a frontage on Lau
street of 100 foot and on Sumter of 53 1
Lot No. 4, bounded North by ostah
C. Beck, East by Sumter street, South
formerly Bailey's- now Boyne'? lot, NV
by tho Mill Lot. Fronts on Sumter ?tr
5:1 feet H) inches, rnuning back 100 feet.
IM No. 5, tho Home Place, boun<
North by Laurel street, South by II
George Howe, East by Jacob Bell, West
estate of Mrs. F. Tradewcll, with aft?
on Laurel street of 105 feet ? inches, r
ning back 208 lect 10 inches.
Lot No. (!. formorly known as the
Palmer Lot, bounded South by Bland
street, Wost by calato of Tradeivell and
R. Bryco, North by estate of Tradow
East by Rev. Goorge Howe; fronting
Bl anding street 104 feet 9 inches and rn li?
ning back 208 feat 8 inches.
Lot No. 7, bounded North by Taylor
street, East by James L. 'Beard, Sooth by
Wanamaker's Lot ami Lot formerly of
Jesse Dent, Weat by Simon May and Book
night; front on Taylor street 104 feet and
running back 210 feet 9 inches.
Lot No. 8, on Blauding nt root, bounded
on the North by Bailey's Stables, East by.
a lot formerly owned by B. M. Palmer,
West by estate of John F. MarshnU; front?
ing on Blanding street 76 feet and running
back 168 feet 8 luchos.
Lot No. 9, fronting on Richardson street
63 feet 6 inches, and 151 loct 8 inchos on
Wasldngton street. East by F. G. DcFon
tainc, known aB tue Athentcum Lot. On
this lot thero is a largo brick store occu?
pied bv C. H. Baldwin A. Co., and also
Miot's Drug Stora and a store occupied by
C. D. Ebernardt. Thor? is a right of way
in an alloy on the South. If desired, tbiV
lot will bo Bold in separate parcels.
A TRACT OF LAND about 12 miles from
Columbia, of about 350 acres.
TEB.MS OF SALE.-The Lot on Richard
sou street, known as tho Athenauim Lot,
and the Lot kuown as the Dr. Palmer Lot,
previously described, one-eighth cash;
balance in oue, two and three years, se?
cured by bond without personal surety
and mortgage of premises. Tho other
Lots, one-tilth cash; balance in one, two
and throe years, boud and mortgage with?
out personal surety. Purchaser to pay for
papers, stamps, fte.
D. B. DESAU8SURE,
Dec 12 UO C. E. R. D.
GWYNN, COTTEN~& C?7,
Cotton Factors and General Com'n Merchants
105 West Lombard street, JiaUimore.
LIBERAL advances made on consign?
ments. Orders for general merchan?
Henry Gwynn, of Baltimore; R. R. Cot?
ton, late of Tarboro, N. C.; Walter Gwynn
Jr.. of South Carolina._OcJJlJ?3mo_
WHEREAS information bas been com?
municated to t hisjdopar t men t, that
a bold and outrageous robbery waa com?
mitted upon the persons of the clerks of
J. Sulzhachor ft Co., merchants, at Cbes
nut Hill, in Edgefiold District, and that
money and property waa forcibly carried
away from the said store, in the night
time, bv at least eight persons, supposed
to be white, and all efforts to take tho said
parties having heretofore proved fruitless:
Now, know ye, that I, JAMES L. ORB.
Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and
over the State of South Carolina, to the
end that tho said robbers and outlaws may
be brought to trial and condign punish?
ment, do hereby offer a reward of Fl Vt
HUNDRED DOLLARS for the arrest, with
proof to convict the said parties, and a
proportionate amount of that sum for the
arrest and saf? delivery of ono or moro.
Given under my hand and the great seal
of the State, this 2d day of January,
TL. S.] 1868, and in the ninety-second year
of tho independence of the United
JAMES L. ORR, Governor of S. C.
E. CAPERS, Sccretarv of State.
Jan 3 2
av Edge Held Advert teer, publish twice.
WHEREAS information has been com?
municated to this department, that
Thomas Harrison, Pot Richland District,
did, on thc night of the 28th of October
last, steal, take and carry away a black
horse mule, tho property of one James
Pockham, and that tho said Harrison bas
fled from justice:
Now, know yo, that I, JAMES L. ORR,
Governor and Commandor-in-Chief iu and
over tho State of Suutb Carolina, to .he
end that tho said Thomas Harrison may ho
brought to trial and condign punishment,
do hereby offor a reward of ONE HUN?
DRED DOLLARS for his arrest and safe
deliverv in any jail in this State, and ONE
HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS for his
arrest and safe delivery in any jail in tho
Harrison is about forty-five veare of age;
five feet ten or eleven inches high; weighs
about 185 pounds; has light nair, with
considerable grey, and possesses an agree?
able address, accompanied by a pleasant,
smiling expression of countenance.
Given under my hand and tho groat seal
of tho State, in tho city of Colum
[L. 8.] bia, this 2d day of Jauuary, 18C8,
and in thc ninety-second year of tho
independence of tho United States.
JAMES L. ORR, Governor of 8. C.
E. CAPERS, Secretary of Stato._ Jau 3_
P0MARIA NURSERIES 1867-8.
THE SUBSCRIBER begs to inform bia
patrons that ho is now ready to send
out a ohoico variety of FRUIT TREES of
every description, adapted to our climate,
from tho earliest to the latest Apples,
Peaches, Pears, Plums, Cherries, Necta?
rines, Apricots, Almonds, Quinces, French
Marron Chestnuts, English Walnuts, Fo?
can Nuts, Ever-bearing Mulberries, Fil?
berts, Medlar's Pomegranites, Grapevines,
many new and choice Table Grapes,
Strawberry Plants, choice kinds Albany
Jucunda, Ac, Raspberry Plants, Lawton
Blackberry, Asparagus and Horse Radish
Roots; new and rare kinds Rosos, Ever?
greens in great variety, many new and
beautiful kinds for burial grounds, fte.;
Ornamental Evergreens in great variety,
now and beautiful Dahlia?, ? very shade
and color; French Hybrid Gladiolas, Japan
Lillies, Tubo Rosos, Crysanlhcmmns, ftc.;
Hedge Plants, Osage Orange and Macart?
ney Bose plant th?ao to protect your or?
chards and vineyards. Catalogue s s- nt
lt) applicants. Jtr. L. T. Levin le tn;
agent Ul Columbia. Address
NOT 28 llCflmo. _ l'oniaria. S. C.
&REENVIELE AND COLUMBIA RAIL?
ROAD BONDS, i guarantee.) wanted
by TllOS. E. GREGG ft CO.
For salo. FIRST MORTGAGE NORTH?
EASTER.^ RAILROAD BONDS. Oct U