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LOVEBPOOL, December. 1.--Thc
crew of tho eh ip Fleet win g of Quebec
recently abandoned at eeo, have ar?
PARIS, December 1.--The printers
of this oi^y nro OQ a strike.
It is reported that Napoleon is suf?
fering from diabetes, ?nd Eugenio is
giving unusual attention to publio
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CHARLESTON, December 1.-Ar?
rived-steamer Champion, New York;
steamer Bea Guli, Baltimore; schoon?
er Aselda and Laura, Baracoa. Off
the port-brig Rebert Dillon, New
York. Sailed-steamers James Ad
ger nnd Georgia, New York.
NEW ORLEANS, November 1.-Joe
Johnston won th? first raoe to-day.
NBW YORK, December 1.-Fort La?
fayette, in the harbor, is burning,
and great danger is apprehended
from the explosion of the magazine,
containing thirty tons of powder.
WASHINGTON, December 1.-Judge
Chase decided several confiscation
cases, sustaining Underwood's previ?
ous decisions. The decision involves
the declaration that the confiscation
laws are constitutional; and that
when there was no appearance and
plea by defendants, the Admiralty
Side District Court had full jurisdic?
tion to decree confiscation and sale.
Chase, however, desired the question
to come befere a full bench of the
There was a full Cabinet to-day.
Grant, ir*, a letter to thc Mayor of
Boston, accepts, with thanks, * the
hospitalities offered; but begs to be
excused from any publio demonstra?
tion. He will stop at the St. James
Hotel, and be glad to receive persons
who may call on him.
The Governumentsold $300,000 in
gold, to-day, at 35 1 10.
??Tho Government issued-Sl,920,000
in bonds to the Pacific Railroad, dur?
ing November. Gold in the Treasu?
ry, about $90,000,000.
ST. LOUIS, December 1.-Tho Mer?
chants' Exchange passed a resolution
favoring the union of the telegraph
with the postal deparment.
Bloomfield itCo.'s storage house
was burned to--uay. Loss 815,000.
HAVANA, December 1.-Official re?
ports have been received of fighting
at the Viola Belcobra. Tho revolu?
tionists lost sixty-two killed and
many wounded; the Gvernmeut loss
.was three killed and ten wounded.
Many foreigners have joined the
volunteera now in the field. Promi
nent Mexicans hero deny that any
Mexicans are concerned in the revo?
lution. Only foreigners who hold
prominent positions with tho revolu?
tionists aro with tho Dominicans.
Our commerce here is flat. Mer?
chants aro commencing to store n
large portion of their stocks, to await
the result of tho revolution. Sugar
flat, at 8??@8'>2 ; contracts for new, 7.
FINANCIAL. AND COM.UKKCIAl..
COLUMBIA, December 1.-Sales of
cotton to-day 208 bales-middlings
NEW YORK, December 1-Noon.
Money easy at G(k)7 Sterling 9}^.
Gold 85. Flour dull and drooping.
Wheat lower. Corn lc. lower. Lard
dull-steam 15@16. Cotton quiet and
steady-uplands 25)?. Freights
7 P. M.-Cotton firm and less ac?
tive-sales 2,500 bales, at 25,1?.
Flour favors buyers-superfine 5.50;
Southern dull and drooping; common
to fair firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheat-white
Michigan 2.85. Corn a shade lower,
with moderate inquiry-Western
email@example.com; Southern white 1.70.
Pork nominal at 25.50. Lard heavy
-kettle 16@16>?. Whiskey dull
-Western 1.05. Rice dull. Sugar
moderate. Coffco firm. Freights
heavy-cotton sail 1-16(3^; steam
%<&K- Gold quiet, at 35.
BALTIMORE, December 1.-Cotton
25^2. Flour fairly active. Wheat
low*grades dull, but firm; primo to
choice 2.40. Corn and oats firm.
Pork dull, at 27.50. Bacon quiet;
shoulders 14,J?. Lard quiet, at 17.
CINCINNATI, December 1.-The
National Board of Trade convenes
to-morrow. Many delegates have
CHARLESTON, December 1.-Cotton
firmer, advanced J^c. and moderately
active; sales 800 bales-middlings
24; receipts 1,374.
AUGUSTA, December 1.-Cotton
market moro active; sales 1,207 bales;
rocoipts 845-middlings 23.
SAVANNAH, GA., December 1.- Cot?
ton in good demand, at fall prices
middlings 24; sales 2,000 bales; re?
MOBILE, December 1.-Cotton
market quiet; sales 850 bales-mid?
dlings 23?^; receiots 1,662.
NEW ORLEAES, Decembor I.-Cot?
ton active-middling 23,l.i; sales
6,400 bales; receipts8,308. Gold 35.
Sugar dull and irregular-common 8
?8^; primo 12; clarified 12^. Mo?
lasses dull and unsottled-common
45@50; prime to choice 60@66.
Flour firmer-superfine 9.75; doublo
7.12>.firstname.lastname@example.org; treble email@example.com. Corn
firmer, at 78. Pork dull, at 24.50.
Bacon dull-shoulders 12; clear
ribbed 15>?; olear 183?^. Whiskey
steady-rectified* 1.00(0)1.12 >?. Cof
lv> advanced to 14W@l4'<i; fair
LONDON, December -x-" Ar _
Consols 94%. Bonds 74??.
LlVEBP?oti, December 1-3 P. M.
Cotton shipments from Bombay to
the . 27th since last report 12, OOO
HAVRE, December 1.-Cotton
dosed last night on the spot at 137;
LIVERPOOL, December 1-Evening.
Cotton qniet bot firm-uplands ll|?
@11)?; Orleans 11%; sales 12,000
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12.
GREAT ATTRACTION !
FREE CONCERTS of Vocal and Instru?
mental Music, given at tho EXCIIANOE
RESTAURANT, every Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday nights. Conic one I Come
all yo lovors of FUN, and pass away your
evenings agreeably iu witnessing our Free
Entertainments-commencing on Wednes?
day night, the 2d December.
Dec I 2? JAMES CLENDININO.
DAN O A S T F. L T. O ' 8
WILL NOT PERFORM IN CO?
LUMBIA UNTIL SATURDAY,
HAMS, Sides and Should, rs,
Pure Leaf LARD, received this day an<3
for sale at reduced prices, bv
Dec 1 GEORGE W. PARKER, Agent.
The Grand Procession
WILL tako place on SATURDAY, DE
CEMDEK 12. A herd of CAMELS
will bc attached to a Magnificent Chariot
followed by the entire Company in FULI
Peach Blow Potatoes.
ALOT of very lino Peach Blow POTA
TOES, just to hand and for sale lov
by_ GEORGE W. PARKER, Agent.
High Railroad Transportation
WILL not stop General DAN froc
bringing his Mammoth Troupe fr
Columbia. A special train of twenty car
will bring tho General and his Star Troup
to Columbia on Saturday, the 12th instant
MA HOUSE on Senate street. A\
_Nov 18 FISHER & LOWRANCE.
Oranges ! Oranges ! !
ONE thousand SWEET ORANGES, jiu
received and for sale by
Dec 1 J. A T. *U. AGNE W.
I? Cl FREEDMEN to distribute Sho
tJ\J Dills for Dan Castello's Great Shov
and to make known to their brethren tin
Dan Castello will not be here until SATUI
DAY, DECEMBER 12. Dec 2
FOR tho benefit of the Nuns of tho C
sulino Cor vent, wril bo held at tl
Carolina Hall, I eginning TUESDAY EVE!
ING, December 1, and closing WEDNE:
DAY EVENING, December 2. A Sappi
will be served both evenings, and a Lum
on Wednesday, from ll o'clock till 4.
Contributions may be sent to the Hall c
Tuesday and Wednesday until G p. m.
Doors open at half-past 7.
Admission 25 cents.
Fixed prices on all articles.
MAXAOF.ns-His Honor the Mayor, Ja
Gibbes, Esq., Dr. Trezovant, Dr. Lyne
Major Preston, John Rhett, Esq., Mr. I
J. Rollin, Mr. J. D. Pope, Mr. A. Solomon
Mr. J. A. Selby, Gen. Preston, Col.Thoma
Capt. Stanlev, John Green, Esq., Mr.
Waties, Dr. LeConte. Dr. Darbv, Col. Ha
hell, J. Mavrant. Esq., Dr. U. \V. Tavloi
DAN CASTELLO'S GREAT SHOW w
not perform until DECEMBER 12.
"No More Pills or" Any Other
FRESH AND FRAGRANT
TniS article of food has become famoi
Uko eating Oysters, Frogs and Sa
Kraut, tho taste for it has to bo acquiri
It is tho groatoat stomachic of the ago,
unfailing corrector of acidity, flatulei
and dyspepsia; promotes digestion a
cures more ills of tho flesh (including'ln
ger) than any othor quack nostrum n
boforc tho public. It ronders tho bret
sweet as gales wafted from Arabian spic
and is fully endorsed and patronized
tho HAUT TON of New York, Boston 8
New Jersey. Solo Agent,
Deel GEORGE SYMMERS
COOKE'S New Novel-Mobun, or
Last Days of Loo and his Palladin
Final Memoira or a litaff Officer, serv
in Virginia, in somo sort a Sequel to S
roy of Eaglo'H Nost, $2.25.
Now supply of Surrey of Eagle's N<
Last Days of a Kiug, an Historical :
manee, translated from tho German,
Callamura, a Thrilling Romance, by
Chambers'Miscellaneous Questions v
Who is Ho? An Appeal to those who
gard with any doubt the name of Jesu
At - DUFFIE & CHAPMAN'S
Nov 13 _Bookstor
James L. Clark,
MAGISTRATE, office Bauskett'a Bi
ing, Law Bange. Will att
nromptly to collecting and other bush
r^Hwjfled to him. Nov 2a
II II'.iii, _,m -.?e
Raffle of Magnificent Articles.
CHRIS TMAS P RESENTS.
THE undersigned lias on exhibition at
hie establishment, a valuable collec?
tion of article?, whit li are to be disposed
of by Hallie, Christmas Eve. The fo low?
ing embrace? the lint:
6 HOLD WATCHES, some of them dou?
1 VEST CHAIN.
1 EXTRA BEATY NECK CHAIN.
2 DIAMOND RINGS.
1 SET Ol'AD STUDS.
1 SILVER SEGAR CASE.
Eighty chances, at $10 a chance. The
highest throw has first choice; the next
highest second; and so on.
Nov 24_T. M POLLOCK.
FOI? family usc. No method ia so cheap
as this method, to make your own
Soap. One pound of Potash at'lO cents,
will, with three or four pounds of fat,
make all the soup you use. Try it and
buy thc Soap Potash at 10 cents a pound.
For sale by FISHER .V HEINITSH,
Nov 13t Druggists.
New Boot, Shoe
THE undersigned, who is experienced in
tho business, has opened a lint: and
carefully selected stock of goods in the
abovt; line, and invites a edi from pur?
chasers. In the assortment, will bo found
Gent'*, Ladies', .Misses', Hov?', Youths'
and Children's ROOTS ami SHOES, of the
best make. His stock of HATS is varied.
Tlie articles will he disposed of cheap for
cash. A. SMYTHE,
In Presbyterian Depository, opposite
Kinard'a dry gooda Blore. Oct 24
Ale! Ale!! Ale!!!
?)f \ HALF BBLS. 'CLAOGLT'S CREAM
??\J ALE," best ill America, for sale low,
by_ _G.,:,)- SVMMERS.
COLUMBIA. S. C.,
First Class Hotel, - - $3 Per Pay.
"WILLIAM A. WRIGHT
HAYING assumed the ma?
nagement ot this HOUSE,
^^respectfully solicits a share
Bfcof public patronage.
OMNIBUS to and from the Hotel.
Nov 10 Imo
Codfish and Salmon.
KITS SALMON and CODFISH, at : C
tail, just received.
MACKEREL, in whole, half and quarter
barrels, and kits, on hand and for sale hy
Oct 29 J. jj T. R. AGNEW.
WE have this dav received a fresh sup?
ply of fine North Carolina APPLES,
and will bo prepared to supply tho trade at
anv time. FISHER ,* LOWRANCE.
j^g6^jagy^ ^^yi^r .i?y^^wr A^???te^^>*^ ^^^-^.^^^U?
ANNUAL MEETING. .
OFFICE COLUMBIA AND ACO?STA II. R. Co.,
COLUMBIA. 8. C., Nor. ?8.1868.
rrrig^fM^n r*fW^T<M^fi rmiKWWMr1
TRAINS for the accommodation of the
Stockholders and their families will be
ron as follows:
Leave Orangeville at 7 a. m. and arrive
at Colombia at ll a. m. on Thursday, Do
Retoming leave Columbia on Friday at
9 a. m., arrive at Granitevillo 2.30 p. m.
Stockholders and familiAa will go to ?nd
return from the mooting, &? above, free of
charge. C. ROUKNTQHT,
_ Nov 294_Superintendent.
HAYING just received a well selected
lot of choice imported
I will tako pleasure in showing thom to
the lovers of pure goods. No discount on
them. Neatly put up in boxes, and in
New Raisins, Date?, Nnts, of all kinds;
Florida Oranges and Lemons, Bananas,
Northern Apples, Ac.
Toys, in endle?8 variety.
Manufactured daily, of pure sugar, whole?
sale and retail.
For Weddings and Parties furnished at
short notice, by jours aidvr.N/iiE,
Greenfield's Row, Muiu st., Col., S. C.
GIBBES & TH 0 MA S , R
R EA L ES TA TE AG EN TS,
C O L V M n I A . s . c .
THE undersigned have determined to
form a business partnership, under
the above name, for thc purchase and
! s.ile, on commission, of REAL ESTATE
j an i other property. The present low
. prices for real estate, in the South, offers
' great inducements for tho investment of
j Northern capital; and we propose to keep
I complete and extensive lists of property
j for sale, and to furnish reliable informa?
tion to the buyer and seller-making no
! charge, except where sales are effected,
i Advertising, when authorized, will bo done
liberally and on the best terms. Wo call
on our friends throughout the State to
furnish us with accurate descriptions of
any property they have to ?ell, with price,
tenn?. .Ve. Wo have now, and aru con
i tinually receiving, inciuiries after property
! Ul nt can be purchased.
JAMES Q. GIBBES,
JOHN P. THOMAS,
WADE HAMPTON GIBBES.
Nov 10 Columbia, S. C.
?iife Insurance ! Life Insurance ! !
PIEDMONT LIFE INSURANCE COMI'A NV, OF RICHMOND, VA.
THIS popular Lifo Insurance Company lia-? met with a success never equaled by
any Company in America or Europe. One District, ALONE, in this State, (Abbe?
ville,) has sent forward, through its Agent, little less than ONE HUNDRED applica?
tions in six months' time.
The Assets of this Company arc more securely invented, its rates LOWER, ?nd the
chances for large DIVIDENDS to policy-holders OSEATEB than any Company now
For vour own good, at least, call and examine its superior merits, before insuring in
other Companies. S. I... LEAPHART, Agent,
Office adjoining the Post Office.
ROBERT W. GIBBES, Medical Examiner. Nov 29 G*
A MATTER OF INTEREST.
REV. Dr. Cumming, of London, says: "The. assurance of lifo is ono of the most
Christian things that 1 know, for what is it? It is taking the load that would
CRUSH ONE FAMILY and spreading it over twenty thousand fatuities; so that a
mere drop lights upon each, instead of the overwhelming torrent falling upou one.
It seems to mc a beautiful illustration of beariug one another's burdens. And,
therefore, let every young man entering upon life, every hoad of a family, whether
high or low, set his house in order so far as to assure his lifo."
Thousands of widows and orphans live to attest tho divino beneficence of LIFE
INSURANCE. Without its protecting agis, many of them would, to-day, bc beg?
gars Jupon tho streets, or occupants of poor-houses and penitentiaries. No man
can foretell what will be his circumstances at tho time of his death. The rich man of
to-day dies tito pauper of to-morrow, and tho family, delicately reared, bc-como tho
unprepared victims of dire Want, with her train of conutless evils. Sucha result J.?
impossible, with a policy of Life Insurance. It, indeed, offers the oidv absolutely safe
investment which can be made for tho benefit of one's family and of his own old
ago. All other investments may result in loss or ruin. If all would insure, who can
calculato tho immonse suffering and crime which tho world would be spared!
AST NA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford, Connecticut,
Assets - - - S10,OUO.OOO.
H. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
November 21 2mos General Agents.
Cotton for ------ New York!
Cotton for ------ Baltimore !
Cotton for ----- Liverpool!
OFFICE WOODWARD, BALDWIN & CO.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE.
IT PAYS TO SHIP FOR HIGHEST PRICE !
MARK E. COOPER, of Georgia, Agent,
HARDY SOLOMON'S STORE,
IT IS OUR INTEREST TO SERVE YOU WELL.
October 2 Imo
TO BS INSURED WITH
H. E. NICHOLS & CO.,
IS A POSITIVE GUARANTEE! .
SINCE thc war, we have paid to our citizens, for Losses by Fire, about SIHKTV
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Having iiius saved that largo sum to a community too reduced to ?ose it, wo stand
road; to save more; -nd '.vc submit that thc somfort and prelection of the TWBMY
MILLIONS OF D?LBAUS wo represent, ?a i.iorc than worth the small outlay
necessary to secure it.
INSURE AND BE SAFE-FIRES WILL HAPPEN.
Wo represent tho following Companies, all of which occupy the very first rank in tho
ailEEN, of Liverpool and London.Asset?, $10,000,000 In ?old.
UNDBKWHITERS' AGENCY, of New York. ? 3.500,000
SECURITY, *. ?? . ?* 1,500,000
NORTH AMERICAN, . ?. 700,000
HOME, of New Haven. ?? a,OOO,OOO
PUTNAM, ot Hartford. " 700,000
UNION, of Baltimore. ?? 500,000
OEOROIA HOME, of Columbus, Georgia. " 400,000
ALBEMARLE, of Charlottes-.-1 Hi-, Virginia. '< 400,000
SOUTHERN MUTUAL, of Athens, Georgia. .? 400,000
H. E. NICHOLS & CO., Agents,
OFFICE OVER AGNEW'S, COLUMBIA, S. C.
October 17 3mo?
DB. B. W. GIBBES HAS REMOVED
to nia new residence and office-cor?
ner o? Plain and Sumter streets, and next
door to offloe of Dre. Reynolds, Dentiste.
Nov 13 Imo_
"Beware of a Congr? !,k
IF yon haye a slight Cough, attend to it
at once, and avoid a greater ovil
Consumption. The "TAB AND WILD
CHERRY COUOH CURE" will relieve you.
It is good for Coughs, Golds, Asthma,
Sore Throat and Consumption. A safe
and cheap remedy. Only 25 cents a bottle
' For sale by FISHER * HEINITSH,
October 28 t_Druggists.
Drugs, Chemicals, Medicines, &c.
WHOLESALE and Retail, Quinine,
Calomel, Blue Mass, Salts, Mor?
phia, Chloroform, Patent Medicines, Oils,
Essences, Pills, Ointments, Queen's De?
light, Ao. For sale at low prices, by
FRSHER A HEINITSH,
Oct 8 t Druggists, Columbia, 8. C.
Handsome and Desirable Furniture.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON TUESDAY MORNING next, tho 8th
instant, at 10 o'clock, I will sell, before
A general variety of household FURNI?
TURE, belonging to J. family declining
house-keeping, among which are:
1 complete set of Cottage Bed-room
A variety of Cottage Furniture
Hair Soat Mahogany Chairs.
Hair Seat Mahogany Sofa.
Cano Seat Chairs.
Sid? Tables, Salo.
2 Handsome Carpsts.
Handsome China Dinner Sets.
Handsome China Tea Sets.
A variety of Handsome Glassware and
Parlor Stove, with a general variety of j
Kitchen Furniture, Ac., all of which will
Estate Sale bu Order of the Executor.
BY D. C. PEIX0TT0 & SON.
WE will sell, on tho FIRST MONDAY in
December, at public auction, in frout of
the Court House, at ll o'clock,
That desirable LOT, with Cottage tberc
ou, fronting and measuring 31 feet on
Gates street, running back GI feet; bound?
ed on the North by Gervais street, South
by Gates street.
Not No. 2, measuring and fronting 35
feet tm Gates street, running back GI tcet,
with Cottage thereon, bounded on thc
North by Lot No. I, on thc South by Se?
Vacaul Lot No. 3, measuring 37 feet
front on Gates street, running hack 58
feet: bounded on the North by Lot No. 2,
Sont li by Senate street.
Lot No 4, with Cottage, thereon, fronting
on Gates street 50 feet, running baek G8
feet; bounded on tho North by Lot No. 3,
South by Senate street.
That desirable Cottage fronting on Sen?
ate street, Lot measuring48 feet front and
mullins back 163 feet, with all necessary
out-buildings: bountied on the North by
Frank Toland, on the South by Senate
street, East hy Gates street, West by Mary
TEEMS OF SALL.- One-third cash; the
balance on one, two anti three years, with
interest from day of sale, secured by bond
and mortgage. Purclnisers to pav for
papers and stamps._Nov ?4 j
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
F. W. McMaster, Administrator, with the
will annexed, vs. Alfred M. Hunt.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order in the
above stated case, I will sell, before
tho Conrt Houao in Columbia, on tho
FIRST MONDAY in December next,
All that lot of LAND, in the city of Co?
lumbia, containing three-quarters of au
acre, more or less, bounded on the North
by Joseph Randall's lot, on the East by
Assembly street, South by Gervais street,
and West by lot belonging to M. J. Hunt.
On tho premises ia a large (in part new)
and commodiona hotel.
TEKMS or SALE,-Cash enough to pay thc
cost of suit aud sale, and one-third of
debt; balance on a credit of one year, se?
cured by bond and mortgage of the pre?
mises. Purchasers to pay for papers,
stamps, Ac. D. B. DESAUSSURE,
Nov 7 ? C. E. R. D. _
The Theological Seminary of tho Evange?
lical Lutheran Church of South Carolina
and adjacent States, va. M. A. Blandiui
IN pursuance of the decretal order in tho
above .-tated case, 1 will sell the follow?
ing real estate, on the FIRST MONDAY in
December next, at the Court House in Co?
lumbia, tt> wit:
Bountied on tho North by Tlain street,
East by lot of John W. Powell, South by
lot of J. G. Gibbes, West by an alley ex?
tending From Plain street to tho Court
House lot, fronting on Plain street foot.
TERMS OF SAXE.-Cash to pay costs of
suit and sale, balance on a credit of one,
two and three years, secured by bond and
mortgage. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. D. B. DESAUSSURE,
Nov 7 t_C. E. R. I). _
W. T. WALTER, AUCTIONEER.
In tho matter of John W. Falk, Bankrupt.
BY order of Henry Kummer, Registe! ?o
Bankruptcy, I will sell, in front of tho
Court Hotiso in" tho city of Columbia, on
THURSDAY, 17th December next,
900 acres of LAND, situate in Richland
County, known us the "Robertson place,"
twelve milos from the city of Columbia, on
tho Greenville and Colombia Railroad, and
boundod on tho South by lands of John D.
Frost, on tho West by Broad River and bv
lands of Felix Turnipsecd, on the North
by lands of Felix Turnfpefled, and on the
Ea>it by Lover and others.
On the dav following, tho 18th, I wdl
sell, on tho premises aboVo described,
400 bushels COTTON SEED aud 2
WAGONS. " . ? ,
THUMS OK SALE.-CaBh. Purchaser to
pay for ^^^fou^WAY.
Nov 2s tu th Assignot
CITY PROPERTY foi SALE.
Great Inducements for Investment.
JACOB LBV ?A, AUCTCOHEEB.
Edward and Henry O. Kinsler, Executors1
of J. J. Kineler, deceased, vs. Amelia
B. Kinsler, et al.
IN pursuance of the deoretal order, at
his Honor Chancellor Carrol, dated the?
day of confirmed bf
tho decretal order of his Honor Associate
Jnstico Hogo, the following REAL ES?
TATE, constituting the most extensive
and valuable city property ever offered for
salo in South Carolina, will be sold on tho
28th of DECEMBER proximo, fn the city of
Columbia, at ll o'clock A. M.:
Lot No. 1-Containing four acres, bound
cd on tho North bv Blending Btreet, East
by Williams street, South by Taylor street.
West bv Oist street.
Lot No 2-Bounded on the North by
Divine street, Eastbv Mc. Ion street, Sooth
by Blossom Btreet, and Wost by Sumter;
containing four acree.
Lot No. 3-Bounded North by Richland
street, East by Pinokney street, South by
i.aurel street, West by Roberts street; con?
taining four acres.
Lot No. 4-North by Laurel street, East
by Oist street, South by Blanding, West
by Pinckney street; containing four acres.
Lot No. 5-North by Lumber street.
East by Wayne, Sont h by Richland, West
by Pu lae ki street; containing four acres.
Lot No. 6-Containing four acres, bound?
ed North Ivy Laurel, 1 iM by Williams.
South by Blanding an t West by Oist
Lot No. 7-Noith by Pendleton street.
East by Wayne street. South by Medium
street and West by Pulaski: containing
Lot No. 8-North by Pendleton street.
East by Gadsden, South by Medium, Weat
by Wayne street; containing four acies.
Lot No. 9-North by Divino strcot, East
by Bull street, South by Blossom, West by
fll A ri rm ?trCCt* COIlt?. *,rlfT fnn - ^? r p g p
Lot No. 10-Containing'three and-a-half
acres, bounded North by Lands of Jacob
Rife, deceased, and Gervais street; East
by Huger street, South by Senate street,
West by Williams street and lands of
Lot No. ll-Containing four acres,
bounded North by Senate street, East by
Pulaski Btreet, South by Peudletoi. svet.
West by Huger street.
Lot No. 12-Containing four acres,
bounded North by Pendleton strei :, Lest
?v Pulaski, South by Medium, W<-?t by
Lot No. 13-Containing three and ihroe
tquarter acres, bounded on tho North by
lands of N. Pope, West and North-west by
lands of Jacob Goiger, South and South?
east by lands of Mrs. L. Zanoni.
Lot "No. 14-Containing two and one
quarter acres, (in Cotton Town.) bounded
on tho North and North-east by lands of
Iscal Guignard and J. S. Crawford, East
and South-east by J. Tarrcr, and South?
west and West by the Butcher Town Road.
Lot No. 15-The Homestead, containing
two and-a-half acres, bounded on the East
by Richardson street, continued on the
South by lands of Harper and Bcarden, on
the North by tho estate of Keenan and
West by Senate street, continued. On the
promises are 150.000 to 200,000 brick.
Lot No. 16-"The Old Homestead,"
fronting on Richardson street 50 feet 9
inches, running back 417 feet 4 inches, and
bounded on the South by the lot of tho
old Branch Bank, West by Assembly street
and North by Mrs. Marks' lends. Also
about 75,000 bricks on tho premises.
Lot No. 17-Known as the Kinsler's Hal!
Lot, fronting on Richardson street 39 feet
8 inches, running West 263 feet G
inches; bounded South by Taylor street,
West bv lot of J. C. Seogcrs and North by
lot of W. T. Walter, together with the large
quantity of bricks thereon, about 150,000
Lot No. 18-Containing two and-onc
fifth acres, situated in the middle of the
Congarec River, and cut into nearly equal
sections by Upper street, continued.
Lot No. 19-Containing ono and-two-fifth
acres, bounded North by Green's Mill lot,
Mouth by Senate street, fronting thereon
340 feet; West by the Cungaroo River.
Tho Columbia Caual divides this lot iuto
nearly equal sections.
Lot No. 20-Containing fonr acres;
bounded North by Blossom street. East by
Marion, South by Wheat and West by
Lot No. 21-Containing four acres;
bounded North by Senate street, East by
Huger, South by Pendleton, West by Wil?
Lot No. 22-Containing four acre.i;
boundod North by Senate street. East by
Williams, South by Pendleton and Westby
Lot No. 23-Containing one acre, marked
B ou a plat made by S. G. Henry, of Kin
sler's Brick Yard proporty; being a good
Lot No. 21-Marked C, on same plat,
containing ono aero; immediatolv South of
Lot No. 25-Marked D, on same plat,
containing ono acre; immediatolv South
of lot C.
Lot No. 20-E, being part of the aame
tract, containing one acre.
Lot No. 27-F, containing ono and one
quarter acres, part of the same tract.
Lot No. 28-O, containing nine and one
quarter acres, part of tho samo trac:,
over tho South-east portion of which the
Columbia aud Augusta Railroad passes.
All of tho lots having such metes and
bounds as aro dolineatcd on maps mad-;
by S. G. Honry, December, 1867.
Lot No. 29-113 acres, the residue of the
said Brick Yard Tract; bounded North by
Senate street, South by lands of J. S.
Green, West by tho Congareo River, and
East by lots owned by citizens of the city
of Columbia. In this property is included
a vahiablo Brick Yard, within the corpo?
rate limits of tho city; and also tho ontire
interest in tho Columbia Cana), which
runs through tho property for a distance
of about 1,166 yards, with a fall of water
commencing at 19 feet 10 inches and at?
taining a fall of 25 feet. This casement is
a continuation of tho valuable and exton
aivo wator power advertised by his Excel?
lency Oovornor R. K. Scott, R. N. Lewas
and C. M. Wilder, Commissioners appoint?
ed by the State for tho sale of it. ana con?
stitutes tho most valuablo part thereof.
This properly offers th? must, advantage -
ous opportunity for loee'.ions of sites for
hydraulic purposes. Parties interested
are referred, for particulars, to the adver?
tisement by tho Commissioners appointed
by tho State to negotiate for tho salo of
that portion of the Canal not herein de?
This is one of tho best inducements foi
investments over offered in the South. On
the traot known as the Brick Yaid Traci,
there is a Quarry, said bv Maj. Niernsec,
of Baltimore, thc Architect of tho new
Capitol, to be, in respect to tho quality
and quantity of it? granite, equal to any.
TERMS-One-fifth cash; balance on a
credit of one, two, three and four years,
secured by bond and mortgage. Ptir
chascrs to pav for papers, stamps, Ac.
" D. li. DKSAUSSURE,
Nov 14 \ C. E. R. P