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WASHINGTON, November 23. -Cuba
filibustering has not become suf?
ficiently *nngible to warrant a procla?
mation! but it is understood that
Federal Marshals and Attorney-Gen
erals have been Ordered to be. watch?
A party of Englishmen and two
Americans were arrested in Syria,
Charged with smuggling arms into
the interior, for the purg?se'of over?
throwing tbe Government. The pri?
soners cia: ru that they were surveying
for a railroml, and the arms were to
defend the employees. The Ameri?
can Consul is active in behalf of the
Americans, and the English Consul
appears indifferent regarding the fate
of his countrymen.
NEW ORLEANS, Novombor23.-The
Tribune, organ of the colored Re?
publicans of Louisiana-owned, edit?
ed and published by colored men
re-appeared yesterday, after a sus?
pension of six months. In the salu?
tatory it says, while it will ask foi
colored men every right belonging to
Americans, it will never attempt tc
abridge that of any other.
The Times, of this morning, copies
from the Brownsville Ranchero, ex?
tra, dated the 12th, letters from Mon?
terey, reoeived the previous night,
which state that Escobedo, having
gone from Tampico to Villor?a, foi
the parp?se of commencing their Ta
maulipas campaign, jointly wit!
troops from Ma tam oras, was surprised
by the entiro force of Vargas at Ha
cienda de Alamitas. Escobedo wa?
defeated, barely escaping with a few
of his staff to Monterey. Escobedo'i
forces fought badly, and before tin
fight was over, hurrahed for Varga;
and Canales, and finally declared ii
favor of the rebels. Escobedo attempt
ed to collect a force at Monterey,
but failed. Tho soldiers refused ti
march unless first being paid; after
wards they opencly refused to figh
against their Tamaulipas friends
Escohedo, seeing this complicate!
state of affairs existing, resigned, de
daring himself incapable of puttiuj
down the Tamaulipas revolution
The forces at Villor?a under Lope:
and Montesinos, being demoralized
disbanded themselves-a large por
tion joining Vargas' command. I
\ is believed by this time that Tampi
co has probably fallen, as well a
other towns in the State. Soon th
entire State will be iu tho hands c
PHXLADELPHIA, November 23.
Mrs. Mary E. Hill, residing in au
owning an aristocratic residence coi
ner of Tenth and Pine streets, ha
her brains beaten out with a poke
and her body thrown from thesecon
story window into the yard. He
son-in-law has been arrested. TL
deceased is quite wealthy.
RICHMOND, Novomber 23.-Chi?
Justice Chase arrived hero this evoi
ing, and will be on the bench to-mo
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., November 21
Gen. Waddy Thompson who, in Ca
noun's time, was Congressman froi
South Carolina, afterwards Minist
to Mexico, died hore this morning
aged about seventy.
FINANCIAL. AND C05IHKHCIAI,,
COLUMEIA, November 23.-Sales
cotton to-dav 18 bales-middlin
NEW YORK, November 28-Noo
Money easy, at 5@G. Sterling 9J3
Gold 31. Flour dull aud decliniu
Wheat dull and favors buyers. Po
dull, at 20. Lard quiet-steam 1G
@16%. Cotton firmer, at 24??.
7 P. M.-Cotton firmer ana in fi
demand; sales 3,200 bales at 24%i
25. Flour and wheat heavy ai
favor bnj-ers. Corn nneban ge
Carolina rice 8. Muscovado sug
ll?!!^. Freights steady. Cott
-steam 7@9. Money becoming st
easier; offerings are very liberal-c
4@G; primo discounts 7@9. Gc
closed at 34%. Sterling firm, at 91
Governments activo and strong.
BALTIMORE, Novembor 23. -Cott
firm, at 24,'?. Flour quiet and steac
Wheat firm, but not higher. Cc
firm-new 95ia\1.00; vellow Southe
firstname.lastname@example.org. Oats70@72. Mess pc
28.50. Bacon-shoulders 14l.,'(?V
CHARLESTON, November 23.-C
ton active, and advanced }.?c. ; sa
1,200 bales; receipts 9G2-middl'i:
AUGUSTA", November 23.-Coll
market firm-sales 12G bales; m
dling8 24; receipts 3G2.
SAVANNAH, November 23.-Cot
quiet but steady; sales 1,557 bale
prices irregular, at 23W@28%;
NEW ORLEANS, November 22
Middlings cotton advanced to 23}?
23% ; sales 3,600 bales; receipts si
Saturday. 7,770. Gold 35^. Suga
lowor grades depressed-fully
12ki; prime 12J.<. Molasses-c
mou 55@60; primo G5@70; oin
72. Flour dull-suporfine fii?;
ble G,'.j'. Pork dull and unsettle
new 20; old held at 28. Bacon
and unsettled-shoulders 13J? ; c
rib 1G;??17; clear 18@18%. (
in better supply aud easier-now
Whiskey depressed-Wostorn r<
fiod 1.05. Coffee dull-fair Rio 1
Wines and Liquors.
riTOf:K full ?ixl j>rir>n? tn ?U?t thc ti
?75 Lowest in price und finest in qu
For fide t?v O KO. HYMMK1
Office Qf Udolrpho"Wolfe,
SOLE IMPORTKn OK THE
SCHII'.WM AnoMATic SCHNAPPS,
22 HEAVER STJIKET, KOW YOUR, Nov. 8, 'GS.
2b the People of the Southern Siafc*.
When the pure medicinal restorative,
now so widely known aa WOLFE'S SCHIE?
DAM SCTTNAPPS, was Introduced Into the
world, nuder the endorsement or 4,000
leading members of tho medical profes?
sion, some tweuty years ago, its proprie?
tor was well aware that it could not wholly
escapo tho penalty attached to all new and
useful preparations. He, therefore, en?
deavored tn *nvest it with thc strengest
postdblo safeguard against conntorfoiters,
and to render all attempts to pirate it dif?
ficult and dangerous. It was submitted
to distinguished chemists for analysis, and
pronounced by them tho purest spirit ever
manufactured. Its purity and properties
having been thus ascertained, samples o'
the article were forwarded to 10,000 physi?
cians, including all thc leading practition?
ers in tho United States, for purposes of
experiment. A circular, requesting a trial
of the preparation and a report of the re?
sult, accompanied each specimen. 4,000
of the most eminent medical men in thc
Union promptly responded. Their opinions
of the article were unanimously favorable.
Such a preparation, they said, had long
been wanted hythe profession, as no reli?
ance could be placed on tho ordinary
liquors of commerce; all of which were
moro or leas adulterated, and, therefore,
nnllt for medical purposes. Tho peculiar
excellence and strength ol tho oil of juni?
per, which formed one of thc principal in?
gredients of thc Schnapps, together with
an unalloyed character of tho alcoholic
olemont, give it, in tho estimation of the
faculty, a marked superiority over every
other diffusive stimulant as a diuretic,
tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory credentials from pro?
fessional men of tho highest rank were
published in a condensed form, an 1 en?
closed with each bottle ot the Schnapps,
as one of the guarantees of its genuine?
ness. Other precautions against fi and
wore also adopted; a patent was obtained
for tho article, thc label was copyrighted,
a/oe nita He of thc proprietor's autograph
signature was attached to each label aud
cover, his name and that of thc prepara?
tion were embossed on the bottles, and thc
corks were sealed with his private seal
No article had over been sold in this coun?
try under the name of Schnapps prior tc
tho introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aro?
matic Schnapps, in 1851; and the label wai
deposited, as his trade mark, in the Unitei
States District Court forth?: Southern Dis
trict of New York during that year.
It might be supposed, by persons unac
quainted with the daring character of tin
Eirates who prey upon thc reputation o
onorable merchants, by vending delete
nous trash under their name, that tb<
protections so carefully thrown aronui
these Schnapps would bavo precluded tin
introductions and sale of counterfeits
They seem, however, only to havo st ima
lated the rapacity cf impostors. The tradi
mark of tho proprietor has boen stolen
the endorsement which his Schiedan
Aromatic Schnapps alono received fron
the medical profession has been claimci
by mendacious humbugs; his labels am
bottles have been imitated, his advertise
mcuts paraphrased, his circulars copied
and, worse than all, dishonorable retailer*
after disposing of the genuine contents c
his bottles, have tilled them up with com
mon gin, thc most deleterious of a
liquors, and thus made his name an
brand a cover for poison.
Thc public, thc medical profession an
thc si -k, for whom tho Schiedam Ammati
Schnapps is prose jed as a remedy, ar
equally interested with tho proprietor i
the detection and suppression of these n<
farious practices. Tho genuine art ich
manufactured at tho establishment of th
undersigned, in Schiedam, Holland, is dh
tilled from a barley of thc finest qualit;
and llavorcd with an essential extract i
tho berry of tho Italian juniper, of um
quailed purity. By a process unknown i
tho preparation of any other liquor, it :
freed from every acrimonious and corn
Complaints have been received from tl;
leading physicians and families in tl
Southern States, nf thc sale of cheap im
tations of tho Schiedam Aroinat
Schnapps in those markets; and traveler
who art in the habit of using it as an ant
doto to tho banoful influence of unwhol
some river water, testify that ohoap gi
put up in Schiedam bottles, is frequent
palmed ott" upon the uuwary. Tho agem
of tho undersigned havo been requested
institute inquiries on tho subject, and
forward to him tho names of such partii
as they may ascertain to bo engaged
thc atrocious system of deception,
conclusion, tho undersigned would s
that bc has produced, from under tl
hands of tho most distinguished men
science iu America, proofs unanswerat
of tho purity and medicinal excellence
thc Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps; that I
has expended many thousand dollars
surrounding it with guarantees aud sal
guards, which ho designed should prott
tho public and hime?lf against fra?dale
imitations; that he has shown it to bo t
only liquor in the world that can bc ni
formly depended upon as unadultcrah
that ho has challenged investiga!ic
analysis, comparison, and experiment
all its forms; and from every ordeal t
preparation which bears his name, si
and trade mark, has come ofi* triumpha
He, therefore, feels it a duty he owes to 1
fellow-citizens generally, to the modi
profession and tho sick, to denounce a
exposo tho Charlatans who c mnterl
theso evidences of identity, and he
upon tho press und tho public to aid ii
in his efforts to remedy so groat an ovil
Tho following letters and certificat
from tho loading physicians and chemi
of this city, will provo to the reader tl
all goods sold by tho undersigned are
thov arc roprcaontod to bo.
" ' UDOLPHO WOLF]
I feel bound to say, that I rog;,-d y
Schnapps as hoing, in every respect, i
eminently puro, aud deserving of med
patronage. At all events, it is the pm
possible articlo of Holland Gin, horctoi
unobtainable; and, as such, may bo sa
proscribed bv phvsiiiaus.
"DAVID L". MOTT. M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chonil?t, New Yoi!
20 PINK STREET, NEW YOU
Novomber 21, 1867.
Vdotpho I'oj'c, Zfytt Pref eui.
DEAS SJU: I navo made a chemical
amhiation of a samplo of your Schie<
i Schnapps, with the intent of determii
?if any foreign or injurious' substance liad
1 been added to tho simple distilled spirits.
The examination IUIM resulted tn the
conclusion that lin? sample contained no
EoiednouH or harmful admixture. I have
een nuable t<? discover any tinco of thc
deleterious sub? tn ne-? which are employed
in the adulteration of liquors. I would
not herniate, to UHC myBoif, or to recom?
mend to other?, for medicinal purposes,
the Behiedaui 8?hnappft a? an excellent
and unobjectionable variety i f gin. Very
(Signed,) * CHAULES A. NEELY,
NKW Voit iv, .">3 (J ED Ah STRKKT,
November 2G, 1807.
Udolpho Wo'fe. Exq., I'resent.
DBAB SIB: "I have submitted t>i cbomical
analysis t wo bottler ot Schiedam Schnapp?,
which I took from a frctdi paokago in your
bonded warehouse, and find, nu before,
thr.t the spirituous liquor ir? free from in?
jurious ingredient!! ur fortification; that it
has the mark? of being aged and not re?
cently prepared by mechanical admixture
of alcohol and aromatics. Respectfully,
FEED. F. MAY lilt, Chemist.
NKW YORK, Tnesd.iv, Mar I.
Udolpho Wolfe, Esq.
DBAB Sut: Tho wa-utof pure Wines and
Liquor*, for medicinal purposes, ha- beer
long felt hy thc profession, and thousand!
of liven have bi en sacrificed by the uso ol
adulterated articles Delirium tremens
and other di?.-. a?-cH ol the bruin and nerves
r?o rife in thia country, ure very rare ii
Europe; owing, in iv great degree, to tin
difference in lac purity of thu spirits sold
Wo have tented the several articles im
ported and sold by you, including you:
Gin, which you Bell under the narjae'ol Aro
matic Schiedam Schnapps, wldoh we con
aider justly entitled t" Gie high l eputatioi
it baa acquired iii thi? country; and. iron
your long experience aa a loreign impel?
ler, your Bottled Winch and Liquor,
should meet with thu s.%mc demand.
We would recommend yon to nppoin
some of tho respectable, apothecaries ii
different partsof the otayas ?? genta tor th
sale of your Brandies and Wino,-, wher
thu profession can obtain the same whei
ueoned for medicinal purpoaen.
Wishing you success in von:- new edict
prise, we remain your obedient servants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D .Professor*
Sure- ry, University .Medical College, Nei
J. M. OARNOCHAN, M.. D., Profess r <
Cubical Surgery, Nurgeon-in-Ohict to th
State Hospital, etc., No. 14 East ld
LEWIS A. SAYRF, M. D" No. T.ir, Broati
it. P. DEWEF.S, M. I)., No 791 Broac
JOSEPH WORSTKR, M. D., No. IS
NELSON STEELE. M. li.. Nr. :J7 Bleed
JOHN O'REILLY, M. I)., No. >:50 Four!
D. I. ItAPHAEI . M. !>., Professor of tl
Principles ami Practice of Surgery. Nu
York Medical College, etc., No. 91 Nint
street, and others.
The proprietor also ollera for aale
Sottlt-U Wines ami Liquors,
Imported and battled by bimaelf, expresa
for medicinal uso. Each bottle bas L
certificate of its pnritv.
Nov 12 3mo UDOLPHO WOLFF..
SPICED and PICKLED BEEF, Smok
Smoked Tongues, choice Codfish,
Pine Apple, English Dairy, Factory a:
Kits, Quarter, Hall and Barrels No.
Pure Lard, Choice Butter,
Fresh Crackers, Choice Potatoes.
Just at hand and tor salo by
Nov 22 2 C. H. BALDWIN A CO
BULN. MACY'S KEROSENE, a si
50 boxea Sperm and Adamantine Cr
For sal?: liv C. H. BALDWIN A CO
BbLS. Choice FAMILY FLOU lt,
Bbls. Solf-Raising Flour,
Bbls. Buckwheat Flour,
Choice Sugar House Syrups.
N. O. and Cuban Molasses.
With a full stock of GROCERIES,
loweat prices. C. H BALDWIN & CC
Nov 22 _
C. F JACKSON
WILL sell bi? ?tock of DRESS SILK!
much reduced prices, for the next
Hi? ?tock or EMPRESS CLOTHS,
other DRESS GOODS, will bo offerci
Remember, bargains for the next
OF DRESS TRIMMINGS jnat in at (
SILK GIMPS, all styles.
Silk Velvet Ribbons, all colors.
Satin Ribbons, all colors.
Another lot of BLACK CLOTH t Ll).'
Another lot of WORSTED tiO(
Nubias, Hoods, Caps, Shaula, Scarfs,
A f\f\C\ LBS. of primo DRIEU
4.UUU PLEB for sale low bv
Nov 21_E. St G. D. HOI
Chickens and Eggs.
THE subscribers havo i
J? - arrangements to keep CH
jfl|^h,KNS and EGGS constant
W^PHrahand, and oder them ul
^wfflRW.verv lowest market price.
^J3iJ?> ' 8WYGERT ?& SE?
:.. . , pf . Woy 18_
Chester Nursery Garden.
FRUIT TREES, of all description
?salo. Tho vory best early am
Southern Apples and Peaches, Evorgr
Roses, Dahlias, Flowering Shrubs
Vines, Green -bonne Plants, Ac. Pc
who wish to procure Trees or Dat
improve their homesteads, will do w
examino sly Ti .'ce L?ct, v>i?'o'? o?u v<
W. BLAKE, Nurserymai
Oct 22 }?lmo r Chester. 9
C VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL,)
TO BE GIVEN HY
KINDLY assisted by bia ADVANCED
PUPILS, under bia tuition at tho
?resent time, at Carolina Hall, on TUES?
DAY, the 24th inataut.
FUOOHAMME.- PAHT 1.
1. Overture to William Toll, for two per?
2. Tho Wanderer, song .A. Fosca.
3. Concert Caprice, from tho Daughter cf I
the Regiment, piano.Asher.
4. Airs, with variation?, violin and piano.
5. Fantasia, from Lombardi, for two per?
formers, piano.".V. Wallace.
G. .Scenes that aro Brightest, song,
l'A HT ir.
1. Overture from Semiramide, for two per?
formers, piano. .Rossini.
2. Duo, for two violins.Kallivach.
a Waltz-Belles of New York ... Satter.
4. Two Airs, with . ari tions, for violin and
5. Kathleen Mavourneen.Irish.
G. Elma Waltz, for Violin, Viola and Piano.
Doors open al 7; con?oi t commcuce at 8
Tickets to be "had at Bryan's book store
and Fisher A Hotnitah's drug store, and at
the dooroo the night of the concert.
Tickets 75 cents. Children and Colored
People 50. Nov 22
COLUMBIA. S. C.,
First Class Hotol, - - $3 Per Day.
WILLIAM A. WRIGHT
HAVING assumed the ma?
nagement ot this HOUSE,
respectfully solicits a share
"of public patronage.
EUEE OMNIBUS to and from the Hotel.
Nov 10 Imo
T 0 ? XIN E.
Nov 18 6
GRANITE MILL STONES,
From the Cloud's Creek Quarries,
EBGEFIELD DISTRICT, S. C.
Prices Reduced until Jan. 1st, I860.
HAYING mado arrangements to move
to the upper part of thia Dintriot the
1st of January, I offer for sale tho few
pairs of MILL STONES which I have on
hand, at greatly Reduced Prices for Cash,
if applied for immediately.
Any one wishing a S?PEH10R MILL
STONE at a LOW PHICE, would do well to
avail themselves of this opportunity. I
have tho following sizes on hand: 28 in.
diameter; 3(1 in.; 40 in.; 41 in.; 42 in.
Prices respectively, $25.00; ?50.00; $G0.00;
?C5.00; $05.00. Address
E. W. McLENNA. Leesville 8. C.
Cloud's Creek, November 17, 18G8.
WILLIAM GURNEY, "
FACTOR AND COMMIS-vVVS
QffiSrfiSlON MERCHANT, 102 East???j
C'^'^Bav, Charleston, S. C. L!L?_.
Particular attention given to tho Bale
and shipping of Sea Island and Upland
Liberal advances made on consignments
for salo in this market, or for shipment.
Columbia to Baltimore
VIA CHARLESTON, S.
WE aro despatching FREIGHTS per
first class Steamships from Charles?
ton, S. C., EVERY FIFTH DAY. to BAL?
TIMORE and PHILADELPHIA, thus se?
curing to cotton shippers greater facilities
than ever before offered, to both these
ports. Merchants buying goods in Balti?
more or Philadelphia aro insured a more
frequent despatch of their freights, and
can depend upon low rates of froight and
a groat saving in time over any other route.
MORDECAI & CO.,
Corner Gay aud Lombard streets, Agoutf
No. 34 South Wharves, Agent in Phila?
l or outward froights or passage, apply
to COURTENAY A TRENHOLM,
Union Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
Oct 27 _tuf_8
Direct Steam Oommunicatiou
CHM:LESION AND LIVERPOOL.
C1HARLESTON and Liverpool Steamship
J Lino, composed of thc First Cla?:
GOLDEN HORN, 1,188 tons, H. C. MAO
BOSPIIORUS, 950 tons, J. MCBREL,
MARMORA, 010 tons, F. MUHHELL, Com?
Days of sailing from Charleston 1st and
loth of each month, un follows:
Golden Horn.November 15
Arrangements having been mado with
tho South Carolina and other Railroad
Companies for tho prompt forwarding of
through froight, Blnppors ol Cotton from
tho interior may rely on tho utmost de?
Cotton consigned to the undersigned for
-hipmont by this line, will bo forwarded
freo of commissions, actual expenses only
added. ROBERT MURE &. CO.,
Oct 24 linc} Agents, Charleston, S. C.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AGENTS CHARLESTON AND LIVER?
POOL STEAMSHIP LINE.
Advances made on shipments of Cotton,
Rico and Naval Stores, to foreign aud do?
mestic porte._Pot 24 jlmo V4
X 1BEP.AL CASH ADVANCES made on
XJ COTTON consigned to JAMES W.
TR ASK, New York, by applying to
September IC 85 E. A G. D. HOPI*.
GIBBES & THOMAS, 1
BEAL ESTA TE A O EN TS,
CO LUM II I A , S . C .
THE undersigned have determined to I
form a business partnership, under
the above name, for tho purchase and
a<Ue, on commission, of HEAL ESTATE
aol ether property. The present low
prices for Veal estate, in thc South, offers
great inducements for the investment of
Northern capital; and wo propoao to keep
complete and extensive lists of property
for sale, and to furnish reliable informa?
tion to tho buyer and seller-making no
charge, except where sales are effected.
Advertising, when authorized, will be dono
liberally and on the best terms. Wo call
on our friends throughout the State to
furnish us with accurate descriptions of
any property thoy havo to eoll, with price,
terms, Ac. Wo have now, and aro con?
tinually receiving, inquiries after property
that can ho purchased.
JAMES G. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
WADE HAMPTON GIBBES,
Nov 19_Columbia, B. C.
Oranges and Lemons.
IT* LO BID A INDIAN RIVER ORANGES,
. Malaga Lemons, lor sale bv
Nov 21 GEO. 8YMMERS.
liacon, Cheese, Coffee, Sugar, Candles, tte
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
WE will sell, TO-MORROW (Wednesday;
MORNING, tho 25th instant, at 1(
o'clock, at our auction atore,
5,000 LBS. Prime S. O. HAMS,
5,000 lbs. Prime Shoulders,
3,000 lbs. New York S. C. Strips,
3,000 Ibu. D. S. Bellica,
40 bags Primo Rio Coffee,
25 boxes Ooahon Cheese,
30 tuba Refined Lard,
10 boxes Colgate Soap,
10 bb!s. Crushed Sugar.
15 bbls. A Sugar,
2"> bbla. Grocerv Sugar,
20 bbls. Syrup,
Ltls. Soda Crackers,
Rbis. Oyster Crackers,
Bbls. Butter Crackers.
Terms cash. Nov 21
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
WE will Bell, on the FIRST MONDAY i;
December, at public auction, in front c
tho Court House, at 10 o'clock,
All that certain lot, piece aud parcel t
LAND, situated, lying and being in th
city of Columbia, with the Cottage there
on; bounded on the North and West b
lota owned by Dr. V. W. Green, on the Eat
by lota of Henry Davis, on tho South b
Medium Btrcet-measuring on tho sal
Medium street 52 feet by 103, moro or lesi
Conditions at sale. Nov 24 ?
Estate Sale by Order of the Executor.
BY D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON.
WE will sell, on tho FIRST MONDAY i
December, at public auction, in front <
the Court House, at ll o'clock,
That desirable LOT, with Cottage then
on, fronting and measuring 31 feet o
Gates street, running back 04 feet; hourn
ed on the North by Gervais street, Kout
hy Gates street.
Not No. 2, measuring aud fronting I
feet tm Gatos street, running bael; 01 fee
with Cottage thereon, bounded on tl
North by Lot No. 1, on tho South by S
Vacant Lot No. 3, measuring 37 fe
front on Gates street, miming back
foot; hounded on the North by Lot No.
South by Senate street.
Lot No 4, with Cottage thereon, frontil
on Gatea street 50 feet, ruuning back
feet; bounded on the North by Lot No.
South by Senate oirect.
That desirable Cottage, fronting on So
ate street, Lot measuring 48 feet front a
ruuning back 1C3 foot, with all necoesa
out-buildingr>; bounded on tho North
Frank Toland, on tho South by Sen?
street, East by Gatos street. West by Ma
TKBMS UV SALK.-Oue-third cash; t
balance ou oue, two and threo yoara, wi
interest from day of sale, secured by bo
and mortgage. Purchasers to pay 1
papers and stamps. Nov 24 :
The Theological Seminary of tho Evauj
lical Lutheran Church of South Carob
and adjacent States, va. M. A. Blaudh
IN pursuance of thc decretal order in I
above stated case, 1 will sell tho folk
ing real eatato, on tho FIRST MONDAY
December next, at the Court House in (
lumbia, to wit:
Bounded on the North by Plain strc
Eaat bv lot of John W. Powell, South
lot of J*. G. Gibbes, West by an alloy
tending from Plain atrcot to the Co
House lot, fronting on Plain street fe<
TEUMS OF SALE.-Cash to pay coats
suit and eale, balance on a credit of o
two and three years, secured by hoad ?
mortgage. Purchaser to pr.v for pap
and stamps. D. B. Dr.SAUSSURE,
Nov 7 % O.E. R. I
F. W. McMaster, Administrator, with
will annexed, va. Alfred M. Hunt.
IN pursuance of the decretal order iu
abo\ i stated caso, I will sell, bel
tho ('oort House in Columbia, tm
Fl ItST MONDAY in December next,
All that tot of LAND, iu tho city of
lumbia, containing three-quarters of
acre, more or less, bounded on tho Nt
by Joseph Randall's lot, on the Eas
Assembly street, South by Gervais ?tr
and West by lot belonging to M. J. Hi
On tho premises is a large (iu part n
and commodious hotel.
THUMS ur SALK. -Cash enough to pay
coat of snit and salo, and ono-thirV
debt; balance ou a credit of ono year
cured by bond and mortgago of the
mises. Purchasers to pay for par
stamps, fte. D. li. Dr.SAUSSCRE,
Nov 7 i G. E. R.
W. T. WALTER, AUCTIONEER.
In re. Wm. Summer, of Newberry, R;
BY order of Hon. George 8. Br
Judge el tho United States Court
the District ul South Carolina, I will
on TUESDAY7, the 1st day of Decon
next, at thc Court House in Columcia.
A valuable tract of LAND, contai
30 acres, more or IOSH, situate in tho O
ty of Richland, and bounded on the S<
by Boundary street, North of tho cr
Colnmbia; ?n the Weat by State
Grounds, on the North by Dr. Kennt
land, and on tho Eaat by lands of
Sallie Mcculloch. This valncble pie
property odor* ra.c induceinc-utn as h
ing lota or for farming purposes, and
bo sold as will bo moat desirable to all
Term? ?aSh. Pnrohaaers to pay
stamps aud papers.
THOMAS W. HOLLOWAY
Nov 7 tnth Assign
Property for Sale!
Great Inducements for Investment.
Edward and Henry O. Klnaler, Executors
of J. J. Kinsler, deceased, v*. Ameli*
B. Einsler, cl al.
IN pursuance of the decretal order, of
his Honor Chancellor Carrol, dated tho
day of oocrflrmed by
tho decretal order of bia Honor Associate
Jnstico Hogo, tho following BEAL ES
TATE, constituting the most extensive
and valuablo city property over offered for
salo in South Carolina, will be sold on the
28th of DECEMBER proximo, In the citv ot*
Columbia, at ll o'clook A. M.:
Lot No. 1-Containing four acres, bound?
ed on the North by Blanding Btreet, Ea?r.
by Williams street, South by Taylor streot.
Wost bv Gist street.
Lot No 2-Bounded on the North bv
Diviuo atrcot, East by Marion street, South
by Blossom Btrsot, and West bv Sumter;
containing four acres.
Lot No. 3-Bounded North bv Richland
street, EaBt by Pincknoy streot, South bv
Laurel street, WeBt by Roberts street; con?
taining four acres.
Lot No. 4-North by Laurel streot, East
by Gist street, South by Blanding, West
by Pincknoy Btreet; containing four acree.
Lot No. G-North by Lumber street.
East by Wayne, South by Richland, Weat
by Pulaski street; containing four aerea.
Lot No. 6-Containing four acres, bound?
ed North by Laurol, l'ait by Williame.
South by Blanding ami. Weet by Gist
Lot No. 7-North by Pendleton street.
East by Wayne street. South by Medium
streot aod Weat by Pul uki: containing
Lot No. 8-North by Pendleton street.
East by Gadsden, South by Medium, West
by Wayne street; containing lour tic; cs.
Lot No. 9-North by'Divino streut, K??;
by Bull street. South by Blossom, West by
Marion street; containing four acres.
Lot No. 10-Containing throe and-a-halt*
acres, bounded North by Landa of Jacob
Rifo, deceased, and Gervais street; East
by Huger street, South by Senate street,
Woet by Williams street and landa of
Lot No. ll-Containing four alerce,
bounded North by Senat? btreet, East by
Pulaski street, South by Pondletot.-?"
West by Huger streot. ' ?
Lot No. 12-Containing four ay vi,
bounded North by Pendleton strt'i. i ? it
by Pulaski, South by Medium, *\ -t i>y
Lot No. 13-Containing throo and three
quarter acree, bouuded on the.North by
lands of N. Pope, West and North-west by?
lands of Jacob Geiger, South and South?
east by lands of Mrs. L. Zanoni.
Lot No. 14-Containing two and one
quarter acres, (in Cotton Town.) boundod
on the North and North-east by lands of
Iseal Guignard and J. 8. Crawford, East
and South-east by J. Tarrcr, and South?
west and West by tho Butcher Town Road.
Lot No. 15-The Homestead, containing
two and-a-half acres, bounded on the East
by Richardson street, continued on tho
South by lands of Harperand Bearden, cn
the North by tho estate of Keenan and
West by Senate street, continued. On tho
premises aro 150.000 to 200,000 brick.
Lot No. 1G-"Tho Old Homestead,"
fronting on Richardson streot 50 feet
inches, running back 417 feet 4 inches, and
bounded on the South by tho lot of the
old Branch Bank, Westby Assembly street
and North by Mrs. Marka' lands. Also
about 75,000 bricks on the premises.
Lot No. 17-Known as the Kinsley's Hall
Lot, fronting on Richardson street 59 feot
8 inches, running West 263 feet 6
inches; boundod South by Taylor street,
West bv lot of J. C. Seegers and North by
lot of W. T. Walter, together with the largo
quantity of brickB thereon, about 150,000
Lot No. 18-Containing two and-oue
fifth aerea, situated in tho middle of the
Congareo River, and entinto nearly equal
aections by Upper etreet, continued.
Lot No. 19-Containing one and-two-fifth
acres, bounded North by Green's Mill lot,
South, by Senate street, fronting thereon
340 feet; West by tho Congareo River.
The Columbia Canal divides this lot into
nearly equal s ^ctioba.
Lot. No. 20-Containing 1 four aeres;
bounded North by Blossom street. East by
Marion, South by Wheat and W?et.by
Lot No. . 81-Containing four aeres;
bounded North by Senate street, Eaat by
Huger, Bouth by Pendleton, West by Wil?
Lot No. 22-Containing four acron;
boundod North by Senate street. East by
Wilbania, South by Pendleton and Weet by
Lot No. 23-Containing ono acre, marked
Bona plat made by 8. G. Henry, of Kin -
si or's Brick Yard property; being a good
Lot No. 24-Marked C, on samo plat,
containing one acre; immediately South of
Lot No. 25-Marked D, on same plat,
containing .one acre; immediately South
of lot O.
Lot No. 20-E, being part of the sam*
tract, containiug ono-acre.
Lot No. 27-V, containing "one and cie
quarter acres, part of the same tract.
Lot No. 28-G, containing nine and ono
quarter acres., part of the estnu tmot,
over t! o South-east portion of which tho
Columb' * and Augusta Railroad pasaos.
All of tho lota having such motes and
bounds as aro delineated on reaps made
by S. G. Henry, December, 18G7.
Lot No. 29-113 acres, the residuo of tho
said Brick Yard Tract; bounded North by
Sonato Btrcot, South by lands of J. 8.
Green, West hythe Congareo Rivort and
Eaat by lots owned by citizens of the citv
of Columbia. In this property ls include*!
a valuable Brick Yard, within tho corpo?
rate limits of the city; and also tho entire
interest in tho Columbia Canal, which
runs through tho property for a distance
of about 1,160 yards, with a fall of watei
commencing at 19 feet 10 inchos and lt
taming a fall of 25 feet. Thia casomcnt li
a cont intuition of the valuablo and oxton
t,ivo water power advertised by his Excel
louey Governor R. K. Scott, R. N. Le wk
and O. M. Wildor, Commissioners appoint
ed by tho Stato for tho salo of it. and con
stitutcs tho most valuable part thereof
This property oiYors the most advantage
ons opportunity for locations of sites io
hydraulic purposes. Parties interests
file referred, for particulars, to the advor
tisoment by tho Commissioners appointe*
by tho Stato to negotiate for tho saleo
that portion of tho Canal not horoiudc
This ia ono ol' tho best inducements lc
investments ever offered in the South. Ol
the tract known as tho Brick Yard Tract
there is a Quarry, said by Maj. Nierneeti
of Baltimore, the Architect of the net
Capitol, to bo, iu respect lo tho qualit
and quantity of its granite, equal to any.
THUMS-One-fifth cash; balance on i
credit of enel two, three and four year?
secured by oond and mortgago. Pw
chasers to par for paperB, stamps, ftc
D. 8. DaSAtJSBURE,
Nov 14 % O.E. B.D.