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LONDON, December 23.-The
Morning Telegraph prints a telegram
from Berlin, announcing that Prus?
sia bas called a. conference of the
Ct powers to settle peaceably the
100 members of Parliament havo
signed a memorial to Beverdy John?
son, to urge his Government to adopt
a penny postage between England
and the United States. Tho Timex
prints the memorial, commenting
favorably upon it.
SAVANNAH, Dseember 23.-Further
trouble on the Ogeechee River. Two
white men Wore shot last night, by
an armed body of negroes, who then
took possession of the crops, and
carried off property amounting to
about 82,500. The planters declare I
they will be compelled to leave the
conn try and come to the city, unless
.they are protected.
MEMPHIS, TENN., December 19.
A speoial despatch from Little Rock,
to-night, states that the following has
been obtained from reliable quarters:
On the morning of* the 16th, four
companies of militia, commanded by
Colonel Gray Williams, from Rome
and Matthews Counties, (the latter
colored,) entered the town of Lewis
burg, shooting in every direction,
and marched to the store of Bream
& Cozy, and set fire to it, after pour?
ing coal oil on the floor. Howard &
Wells' store was also burned, and Mr.
E. A. Swess was saved from being
burned to death by groat exertion.
During the progress of tho fire, Mr.
Casey was shot down, his pockets
rifled and his body thrown into the
flames. The town is still occupied
by the militia, who go shooting and
snouting through the streets. No
one is permitted to leave the town
without a puss.
LYMOHBUKO, VA., December 23.
A fire demolished a portion of the
work-sho ps of the Virginia and Ten?
nessee Railroad, to-day.
MEMPHIS, December 23.-Messrs.
Babcock and Porter, of tyrant's staff,
have gone to Arkansas, to investigate
the militia troubles.
LouisviLrjE, December 23.-Tucker
& Go., Baukers, have failed.
HAVANA, December 23.-Thc Et
Pais newspaper, in the Cuban inte?
rest, has suspended voluntarily, on
accouut of the censorship. 800 fresh
troops arrived to-day.
Affaira in Washington.
WASHINGTON, December 24. - Th?
Collector at Brownsville, Texas, tele?
graphs the Treasury Department that
two revenue inspectors wero murder?
ed and one injured, in that District
by robbers-the names of the mur?
dered men are W. H. Phelps and
George F. Hammond.
It is stated that unless it is ad?
vanced, Davis' case will not bo reach?
ed in tho Supreme Court under two
The Tribune has the following
Washington special: Lieutenant
Governor Dunn, of Louisiana, tele?
graphs to the Louisiana Senators in
this city, that he apprehends diffi
onlty on the re-assembling of tho
State Legislature next month. The
New Orleans Thugs and Red Plug
Uglies threaten to clean out the
Republican members of that body, if
they attempt to meet and transact
business. Tho Louisiana Senators
will communicate with Genend Grant
and Secretary Schofield.
JOHN H. HEISE.
THE Subscriber would respect?
fully inform tlio citizens of Colntn
tria and thc surrounding country,
that hu li v takon tho large and
spacious store, recently occupied by Mr.
Hubert C. Shiv? r, and opened a line and
select stock of CONFECTIONERY, TOY
AND FANCY COCOS, suitable for the
"CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS." I return my
sincero thanks to my friends and tho pub?
lic, for their former patronage.
' JOHN H. HEISE.
N. D.-My Candy Manufactory is on tho
corner ol Marion and l'lain streets. All
orders Dom the country will bo promptly
attend d to, at tho lowest cash prices.
Do? 22_JOHN H. ll BISE.
Clear the Track.
KIIISS KRINGLE IS COMING!
AND will hold his annual levee at
MCKENZIE'S CONFECTION EDY,
Main street. Greenfield's How, where his
oxtensivo show rooms will be opened, on
TUESDAY, tho 22d instant, exhibiting a
largo and well selected assortment of
TOYS, in endless variety.
N UTS, tee.
Stock ot French Bon-Bona and Confec?
tions, rich and rare.
Home manufactured Candies, fresh and
A fino assortment of CakcB Fruit,
Tound and Sponge.
A great variety of ?,mall Ornamented
Mineo and other ph s.
Scotch Short Bread.
FIRE-WORK*, TORPEDOES, Ac.
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
8BOXES ROSE BUD, very Ano,
4 boxes Commonwealth, very uno,
4 boxes Dow Drop, vory Ano.
2 cases pure Virginia Leaf Smoking To?
bacco, half and wholo boxes.
JOHN C. SEEOER8,
Doc 10 Main street, rear Post Office.
FINANCIAL ATO COM.HERO?A!..
CoiiUMBiA, December 23. -Sales of
cotton to-day 128 bales-middlings
Nsw YORK, December 23-Noon_,
Money very firm, Gold 34%. Flonr
dall and unchanged. Wheat firmer
and quiet. Corn lc. better. Mess
pork firm, st 27.50. Cotton quiet
7 P. M.-Cotton a shade down ; sales
2,100 bales, at 25. Flour-State and
Western dull and a shade lower-su?
perfine 59; Southern dull and' un?
changed. Wheat a shade firmer and
very quiet, at 17^@17%. Whiskey
lower--W'estern 1.00. Sterling 9Li
@?%. Gold 34%@34%.
BALTIMORE, Decomber 23.-Cotton
quiet, at 25. Flour dull. Wheat
very duli and uomiuai?y lower. Corn
firm; receipts light. Oats dull, nt 65
@70. Rice firm, nt 50@60. Bacon
quiet-shoulders 14. Lard 17@17>?.
CINCINNATI, December 23.-Flour
quiet-family 17>?. Corn dull, at 65
(g}66. Whiskey firm, at 1.00. Pork
28. Shoulders ll; clear sides 15.
CHARLESTON, December 23.-Cot?
ton dull, with an easier tendency;
sales 400 bales-middlings 24; re?
AUGUSTA, December 23.-Cotton
firm and- demand good; sales 750
bales-middlings 23; receipts 458.
SAVANNAH, December 23.-Cotton
dull; .sides 500 bales-middling 23,'<i.
MODILE, December 23.-Cotton
market quiet; sales 3.800 bales, at
23J?; receipts 2,480.
NEW ORLEANS, December 23.-Corn
scare, at 78@80. Pork advanciug,
at, 29.00?29.50. Bacon scarce-re?
tailing shoulders 13l.<(r?)13?.i ; clear
rib 18}<i; clear 19%; hams 18. Mo?
lasses active and advanced-common
50?60; prime 65?66; choice 68.
Cotton easier for lower grades-mid?
dlings scarce, at 23J?; sales 4,000
bales; receipts 5,488. Gold 35.
LIVERPOOL, December 23-3 P. M.
LIVERPOOL, December 23-Even?
ing.-Cotton quiet; sules 12,000
Office of Udolpho Wolfe,
SOLE IMPOSTES OF THE
SCHIEDAM AIIOMATIC SCHNAITS,
22 BF.AVEH STREET, NEW YOUK, NOV. 3, 'CS.
To thc People of Ike Southern States.
When the puro medicinal restorative,
now ao widely known aa WOLFE'S SCHIE?
DAM SCHNAPPS, waa introduced into tho
world, under the endorsement of 4,000
loading: members of tho medical profes?
sion, some twenty yeara ago, its proprie?
tor was well aware that it could not wholly
escape tho penalty attached to all new and
useful preparations. He, therefore, en?
deavored to invest it with the strongest
possible safeguard against counterfeiters,
and to render all attempts to pirate it dif?
ficult and dangerous. It was submitted
to distinguished chemists for analysis, and
pronounced by thom tho purest spirit ever
manufactured. Ita purity and properties
having been thus ascertained, samples of
the article wero forwarded to 10,000 physi?
cians, including all the leading practition?
ers in the United States, for purposes of
experiment. A circular, requesting a trial
of the preparation and a report of tho re?
sult, accompanied each specimen. 4,000
of tho most eminent medical men in the
Union promptly responded. Their opinions
of tho article wore unanimously favorable
Such H preparation, they said, had long
been wanted by tho profession, as no reb?
aneo could be placed on thc ordinary
liquors of eunimeree; all of which were
more or less adulterated, and, therefore,
unlit for medical purposes. Tho peculiar
excellence and strength (>r thc oil of juni?
per, which formed om; of ibo principal in?
gredients of tho Schnapps, together with
an unalloyed character of the alcoholic
clement, give ::, in the estimation of the
faculty, a marked superiority over every
other diffusive stimulant as a duu*< tic,
i tonic and restorative.
I These satisfactory credentials from pro?
fessional min of the highest rank wcro
published in a comb used form, an t en?
closed with each bottle ol the Schnapps,
as one of thc guarantees ol its genuine?
ness. Other precautions against fraud
were also adopted; a patent was obtained
fer thc article, thc label was copyrighted,
a/<ic simile of the proprietor's autograph
signature was attached to each label ami
cover, his name and that of the prepara*
timi were embossed on tho bottles, and tho
corks wore sealed with his pr?valo seal.
No article had over been sold in this coun?
try under the name of Schnapps prior to
thu introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aro?
matic Schnapps, in 1851; and tho label was
deposited, as Iiis trade mark, in thc United
Statea District Court for tho Southern Dis?
trict of New York during that yoar.
ll might be supposed, by persons uuac
I qnaiuted with the daring character of the
pirates who prey upon thu reputation of
I honorable merchants, by vending delete?
rious trash under '.heir name, that the
protections BO carefully thrown around
these Schnapps WOUld have precluded tho
introductions and salo of counterfeits.
They si tin, how cv? r, only to have stimu?
lated the rapacityof impostors. The trade
mark of thc proprietor baa been stolen:
the endorsement which his Sohiodani
Aromatic Schnapps alone received from
thc medical profession bas boen claimed
by mendacious humbugs; his labels and
bottle? have been imitated, his advertise?
ments paraphrased, his circulars copied,
and, worse than all, dishonorable retailors,
after disposing of tho genuine contents of
hiabottleB, havo filled thom up with com?
mon gin, tho most deleterious of all
liquors, and thus mado his minio and
brand a cover for poison.
The public, the medical profession and
the sii k, for whom the Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps ia prescribed as a remody, aro
equally interested with the proprietor in
the detection and suppression of these ne?
farious practices. The genuine artiole,
manufactured at the establishment of the
undersigned, in Schiedam, Holland, is dis?
tilled from a barley of the finest quality,
and flavored with an essential extract of
tho borry of the Italian Juniper, of une
quailed purity: Bf a procesa unknown in
tho preparation of any othor liquor, it 1?
freed from every acrimonious sud corro?
UomplsintH have been received from tho
loading physicians and families in the
Southern States, of the sale of cheap imi?
tations of thc Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapp:: in t buss markets; and travelers,
I who are in the habit nf using it as an anti?
dote to the baneful influent e of unwhole?
some river water, testify that oheap gin,
put up io Schiedam bottles, ii frequently
palmed off upon Ike ntl wary. The agents
of the undersigned ba vt; been requested to
institute inquiries on thc subject, and to
forward to him tho nam. - of such parties
as they may ascertain to bu engaged in
tho atrocious system of deception. In
conclusion, thc undersigned would sty
that he lias produced, from nuder the
hands of the tuo-t distinguished men ot
science in America', proofs unanswerable
of the purity ami medicinal excellence of
the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps; that be
has e?oe?dftd niatvv Minnsftrut dollars in
surrounding it with guarantees and safe?
guards, which he designed should protoct
tho publia and binn-elf against fraudulent
imitation?; thal lie has shown it to bo thc
only liquor in the world that can be uni?
formly depended upon an unadulterated;
that he has challenged investigation,
analysis, comparison, and experiment in
all its forms: ?ntl from every ordeal the
preparation which beare his name, seal
and trade mark, has come 'iff triumphant.
He, therefore, feels it a duty he owes to his
fellow-citizens generally, lu tho medical
profession and the bick, to denounce ami
expose the Charlatans who counterfeit
these evidences ol identity, nnd bo call?
upon tho press and thc public to aid him
in his efforts lu remedy MO great an evil.
The following letters and certificates,
from tho leading physicians and chemists
id this city, will ?provo to tho reader that
all .roods sold by the undersigned aro all
tb ." are represented to he.
I . t bound to any, that I rognrd your
Schnapps a? being, iu ovory respect, pre?
eminently pure, and deserving of medical
patronage. At all event?, it is the purest
possible article of Holland Gin, heretofore
unobtainable: and, ns such, may be safely
prescribed bv physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D..
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
2C> I'I.VE STREET, NEW YOUR,
November 21, 1867.
IJiiolpho Wo'fe, ?**<}., Present.
DEAR Sin: 1 have ini.de a chemical ex?
amination of a sample <>f your Schiedam
Schnapps, with the intent of determining
DEAR SIR: TUC want of pure Wines am
Liquors, for medicinal purposes, ha-? beer
long felt by tho profession, and thousandi
o? lives have been sacrificed by tho uso o
adulterated articles. Delirium tremens
and other diseases of the brain and nerves
so rife in this country, aro very rare ii
Europe; owing, in a great degree, to tin
difference in the purity of tho spirits sold
Wc have tested the several articles im
ported and sob! by you, including you
Gin, which you sell under the name of Aro
matic Schiedam Schnapps, which wc con
sider justly entitled to tbohigb reputatioi
it bas acquired in this country; und, fror
your long experience as a foreign impoi
ter, your Bottled Wines and Liquor
should meet with tho same demand.
We would recommend you to appoin
some of the respectable apothecaries i
different parts of tho city as agents for th
sale of your Brandies and Wines, whci
the profespion can obtain the same who
needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your new entei
prise, we remain vour obedient servants.
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor t
Surgery, Universitv Medical College, Ne
J. M. CABNOCHAN, M. D., Professor <
Clinical Surgerv, Sitrgoon-in-Chief to tl
State Hospital* etc., No. 14 East 161
if any foreign er injurious substance bf
been added to the simple distilled spirit
The examination has resulted in tl
conclusion that the samplo contained i
poisonous or harmful admixture. I ha'
been unable to discover any traco of tl
deleterious substances which areemployi
in the adulteration of liipiora. I wou
not hesitate to use myself, or to recor
mend to others, for medicinal purpose
tho Schiedam Schnapps as an oxcellei
and unobjectionable variety of gin. Ve
(Signed,) " CHALLES A. SELLY,
KEW Youi:, 53 CEDAR STREET,
November '?fi, 1*07.
U'Mpho WcPfc, Esq., Present.
Di. vi Sn;: I have submitted tochemit
analysis two bottlosol Schiedam Schnapi
which l teak from a fresh package in ye
loutit tl warehouse, and lind, as bete
that tho spirituous liquor is free from
jurions ingredients or falsification; thal
has the murks of lu i-i^ aged and liol
cent ly prepared by mechanical admixti
of alcohol und aromatics. Respectfully
FEED. P. MAYER, Chemist
NEW YORK, Tucsdav, Mae i
( ?:,.', ho Wolfe, Esq
LEWIS A. SAYRE, M. D., No. 735 Ero:
II. P. DEWE '9, M. J)., No. 791 Bro!
JOSEPH WOESTE It, M. I)., Ko.
Ninth st rt i t
NELSON S ! KELE, M. D., No. 37 Db e
JOHN O'REILLY, M. D., Ko. 230 Pou
B. I. RAPHAEL, M. !)., Professor of
Principles and Practice of Surgerv, ?<
York Medical College, etc., No. 91" Ni'
Street, and others..
The proprli tor also offors for sale
Rott led Willes mill Liquors,
Imported nnd bottled by himself, exprci
for medicinal usc. Ead) bottle ba;i
certificate ol' its pm itv.
Nov 12 3mo DDOLPHO WOLFI
F.aifle of Magnificent Articles.
CH til S TM A S P Ii ES E N 7
rjlHE undersigned has on exhibiten
JL his establishment, a valuable col
lion of articles, which aro tobe dispt
of by Rattle, Christmas Eve. The fo I
ing ombraces tho list :
S COLD WATCHES, Homo ?.r them t
1 VEST CH AIN.
1 EX I'RA HEAVY NECK CHAIN.
2 DIAMOND HI NOS.
1 SET OPAL STUDS.
1 SILVER SEGAR CASE.
Eighty chances, at $10 a chanco,
highest throw has first choice; the i
highest second; and BO on.
Nov 24 _T. M. POLLOQ]
THE NEW ALM AN A (
HEINITSIPS QUEEN ' 8 DELK
ALMANAO-Just published. A
and valuable book-full of good ad'
sorrect prognostications of the weat
garden Calendar for every one; the wi
health pointed out, and other useful h;
No charge for them. At
FISHER A HEINITSHf
Deo 19t Drug 8to:
HOLIDAYS ! ! !
IE* 3FL DES X* JSL 3E=t S3
s*? CHRISTMAS ! ?a
TO BE RAFFLED, THIS [Thursday]
EVENING, 24th, nearly 1,000 pounds of j
richly ornamented FRUIT and PLAIN
CAKES, and of almost every conceivable
size. These Cakes aro most beautifully
decorated with pretty designs, and aro not
only tempting to the eyo, bat aro especial?
ly inviting to tho taste-being made of thc
most delicious material and expressly for |
a Christmas treat. Also an innumerable j
number of other pretty articles, admirably
adapted for Christmas and Now Year pre?
sents. We would adviso all those lucky
ones to be on hand, as thoy may expect
lots of fun and many prizes, at a very tri?
fling expense. The raffling to commence
at 7 o'clock, on Christmas Eve, at the
store on Main street, formerly occupied by j
li. C. Shiver, so well known as the popular
drv goods house. At
-J NO. H. HEISE'S
Deo 23 2?_Confectionery Store.
Call at Kraft's Bakery,
(OPPOSITE PUONIX OFFICE,)
AS I have just returned from the North
with a select assortment of TOYS,
Candies. Fruits, Jollies, Preserves, Ac, of
ICED CAKES made to order.
A large lot of PIPES-tine and common.
Dec 8 P. W. KRAFT.
r'What a Happy Surprise !
IF you desire to give tho little ones a
pleasing and morry SURPRISE, you
will find a largo and pretty selection of
Suitable and Amusing ARTICLES, espe?
cially for that purpose, at
Dec 15 OJ*_E. POLLARD'S.
For salo at
New Boot, Shoe
THE undersigned, who is experienced in
tho business, has opeucu a fine and
carefully selected stock of gooda in thc
abovo line, and invites a call from pur?
chasers. In tho assortment, will be found
Gent's, Ladies', Misses', Boys', Youths'
and Children's BOOTS and SHOES, of thc
best make. His stock of HATS is varied.
Tho articles will bo disposed of cheap for
cash. A. SMYTHE,
In Presbyterian Depository, opposite
Kinard's dry goods store. Oct 2-1
Auction Sale of Crockery,
mills MORNING, the24th, at 10 o'clock,
JL wc will dispose of, at publie auction,
at Pal ker's store, all the stock of CROOKE
RY saved from the late tire. The attention
of the public ia invited to this sale, as bar-1
gains nmv bc i xpectcd.
' Dec 21 * G REG fl A CO.
W. T. WALTER
WILL f ll,THIS MORNING, at 10 o'i I .::.
at Iiis auction room. Ibo following arti?
cles ..f FURNITURE:
REDSTEAD, Mattress, Pillows, Tal l< \
Wardrobes, School Desks, iron Redstead.
A lot nf JEWELRY, ele.
Un united articles received until bonn f
sale. Dec 21
I). C. PK?XOTTO A SON, Arenos, KUS.
la rc Levin, Dav d ?V Co., of Richland,
BY order nf Hon. George S. Bryan,
Judge Of tho United States Couit, for
tho Hist riet of South Carolina, I will sell,
on MONDAY, tho 28th day of DECEMBER
next, within tho legal hours, before tho
Court House, in Columbia,
All that tract ol LAND, situate in Rich?
land District, known as thc "Frog Pond
Place," containing 77 Acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of David Roberts, E. D.
Gilmore, and others, belonging to thc
Bankrupt Estate of Levin, David A Co.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay for nc
ci esary stumps and papers.
J MOMAS J. LAMOTTE,
Dec 8 Assum?e.
Government Property at Auction.
W. T. WALTER, AUCTIONEER.
"\STIEL be sold, at public auction, al IO
YY o'clock A. M., on THURSDAY, tin
.'?1st day of December, 1868, at the oflici .
the Disbursing Officer, Dun au Rofagei
Frecdmon ami Abandoned Lands, Senate
street, Columbia, S. C., tho following Go?
vernment property, viz:
HORSES, Ilo.so Equipments and Ollieo
Terms cash, in Government funds. Pro?
perty to be removed immediately after
?ale. EDWARD L. DEANE,
D J 23 G Disbursing Officer, S. C.
Estate Sale of Household Furniture, dc,
BY JACOB LEVIN.
BY permission of W. H. Wigg, Esq., Judge
of Probate for Richland County, I will
sell, at my auction room, on TUESDAY,
fith January next, at 10 o'clock,
All tho Household and Kitchen FURNI?
TURE, consisting of a general and large
variety, belonging to the estate of the late
James S. Ouignard, deceased.
Sale positive, without any reserve.
Dec 20 mtuth
CITY PROPERTY for SALE.
Great Inducements for Investment.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTION KKK.
Edward and Henry O. Kinsler, Executors
nf J. J. Kinnler, deceased, vs. Amelia
B. Einsler, ft al.
IN pursuance of tho decretal order, of
his Honor Chancellor Carrol, dated the
day of confirmed by
the docretal order of bis Honor Associate
Justice H?ge, tho following BEAL ES?
TATE, constituting the most extensivo
and valuable city property ovor offered for
sale in South Carolina, will bs sold on tho
28th of DECEMBEB proximo, in the city of
Columbia, at ll o'clock A. M.:
Lot No. 1-Containing four acres, bound?
ed on tho North by Blanding street, East
by Williams stroot'South by Taylor street,
Wost by Gist street.
Lot No 2-Bouudeu on tho North by
Divine street, East by Marion street . South
by Blossom streot, and West by Sumter;
containing four acron.
Lot No. 3-Bounded North by Richland
street, East by Pinckney street, South by
Laurel street, West by Roberts stroot; con?
taining four acres.
Lot No. 4-North by Laurel streot, East
by Gist street, South by Blanding, West
by Pinckney street; containing four acres.
Lot No. 5-North by Lumber street,
East by Wayne. Soutli by Richland, Wost
by Pulaski street; containing four acres.
Lot No. fi-Containing four acres, bound?
ed North by Laurel, East by Williams,
South by Dlanding and West by Gisl
Lot No. 7-NOT th by Pendleton street,
East by Wayne street. South by Medium
street and West by Pulaski; containing
Lot No. 8-North by Pendleton stroot
I East by Gadsden, South by Medium, Weat
1 by Wayne street: containing four actes.
Lot No. 9-North by Divine street, Easl
by Dull street, South by Blossom, West bi
Marion streot; containing four acres.
Lot No. 10-Containing three and-a-hal
acres, bounded North by Lauds of Jacol
Rife, deceased, and Gervais street; Eas
by Huger street, South by Senato street
West by Williams street* and landa o
I Lot No. ll-Containing four acres
bonnded North by Senate street, East b;
Pulaski street. South by Pendleton Btrcet
West by Huger street.
Lot No. 12-Containing four acres
boundod North by Pendleton street, Eas
bv Pulaski, South by Medium, West b;
Lot No. 13-Containing three and three
quarter acres, bounded on the North b;
lands of N. Pope, West and North-west b;
lands of Jacob Geiger, South and South
east by lands of Mrs. L. Zanoni.
Lot No. 14-Containing two and one
I quarter acres, (in Cotton Town,) bonndc
on tho North and North-east by lands c
Iseal Guignurd and J. S. Crawford, Eas
and South-east by J. Tarrer, and South
west and West by tho Dut cher Town Road
Lot No. 15-The Homestead, containin
two and-a-half acres, bounded on the Eat
by Richardson streot, continued on tb
South by lands of Hnrper and Reardon, o
the North by tho estate of Keenan an
West by Senate streot, continued. On th
premises aro 150.000 to 21)0.000 brick.
Lot No. 10-"Tho Old Homestead
fronting on Richardson street 00 feet
inches, running back 417 feet 4 inches, ar
bounded on tho South by the lot of tl
old Rranch Dank, West by Assembly strei
and North by Mrs. Marks' lands. Ah
about 75,000 bricks on the premises.
Lot No. 17-Known as the Kinsler's Hs
Lot, fronting on Richardson street 50 fe
8 inchos, running Wost 2G3 feet
inches; bounded South by Taylor stree
West by lot of J. C. Seegcrs and North 1
lot of W. T. Walter, together with tho lari
quantity of bricks thereon, about 150,0
Lot No. IS -Containing two and-on
fifth acres, situated in tho muidlo of tl
Congaree River, nnd cut into nearly equ
sections by U|vper street, continued.
Lot No. 19-Containing ono and-two-fif
acres, bounded North by Green's Mill lc
South by Senato street, fronting therei
310 feet;" West by tho Congaree Riv?
The Columbia Canal divides this lot in
nearly equal sections.
Lot No. 20-Containing four acre
bounded North by Blossom street, East
Marion, South by Win at and West
Lot No. 21 -Containing four acre
hounded North bv Senate street. East
Huger, South by Pendleton, West by W
Lot No. 22-Containing four cen
bounded North by Son?io street, K:si
Willi? m?, South bv Pendleton and West
Lot No. ?3-Containing ono aero, marl)
I R on a plat made by S. O. Henry, of K
.ier's Biick Yard property; being ago
Lol No. 21 -Marked C. on same pl
containing ono acre; imm?diat ly South
Lot N<>. 25 Mar!.eil D. on same pl
containing one nero; imincdiati ly ?soi
..t lot C.
Lot No. 2il K, being pail of tin- sa
tract, containing one acre.
Lot No. 27-1'', containing one and ot
quarter acres, part of Ibo same tract.
Lol No. 28- -G, containin;,' nine ami ol
quarter acres, part of tho same tr?
over tito South-east portion of which t
Columbia anti Augusta Railroad pass
All ot' tho lots having such metes II
bounds ns are delineated on maps mi
hy S. G. Henry, December, 1st,7.
Lot No. 20 -113 aeres, thorosiduoof I
said Erick Yard Tract ; bounded North
Senate street. South by lands of J.
tireen. West by tho Congaree Liver, ?
j East by lots owned by citizens of tho t
i of Columbia. In this property ia inclut
a valuable Brick Yaru, willi iii the cor
rate limits of tho city; and also the ont
interest in thc Columbia Canal, wh
runs through tn.) property l'or a dista
of about 1,100 yards, with a fall of wu
commencing at 10 feet 10 inches and
faining a fall of 25 feet. This casomon
a continuation of tho valuable and ext
r ive water power advertised by his Ex
loncy Govornor R. K. Scott, li. N. Le
and (.'. M. Wilder, Commissioners oppo
ed by tllO SUto for the sae ot it, and C
stitutes tho most valuable part thor
Ibis property oller? tho most ndvantu
ons Opportunity tor location? of sites
hydraulic purposes. Parties intoroi
aro referred, for particulars, to the ad'
tisemcnt by tho Commissioners appoiri
hy thu State to negotiate for tho sal
that portion of thu Canal not herein
This is ono of tho best inducements
j investments over offered in the South,
the tract known as tho Brick Yard Tr
thoro is a Quarry, said by Maj. Nierni
of Baltimoro, tho Architect of tho i
Capitol, to bo, in respect to tho qnn
and quantity of its granite, cqnal to ai
THUMS-Ono-fifth cash; balance ot
credit of erne, two, three and four yo
! seemed by bond and mortgage. 1
chasers to pay for papcrB, stamps, Ac.
t>. B. DESAUSSURB,
Nov 14 1 0. E. R.
fMl i BMP1
THE BEST IN THE WOHLD !
STONE & MURRAY'S
(formerly Stone, Kosaton & Murray,) "
wai EXHIBIT IN
COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, DEC. 36.
AFTKUNOON AND NIGHT.
LEADING CIRCUS IN THE WORLD!
UNPARAGONED IN SPLENDOR I
THE ebtahlished reputation of thia eir?
ena ia too we.l known to require sn
elaborate description. Look at tho great
array of sensational riders, emotional
gymnasts, phenomenal acrobats, the most
wonderful in the universe. ,
The graceful and dashing Parisian Eques?
trienne; tho most brilliant and daring lady
rider ever econ. Her first season in Ame?
TUE GREAT JOHN HENRY,
The superb defiance champion Equestrian
and Thaumaturgie Artiste-late Director
of tho Cirque Napoleon, Paris. His first
season in America.
Le Jeane Hm ic, tho premier Bare?
back Horseman-champion rider of the
Murray and Hutchinson, the Excel?
sior Acrobats-the originators of a new
serios of novel performances.
The Rolland? Brothera, the peerless
George Cooke, t he noted English Pro?
tean Character Bider. First season in
Mr. Den. Stone, tho skillful Doctor of
Fun and popular Humorist, and
Mr. Fred. May, tho merry Monarch of
Clowns and favorito Jester, will proaide in
the Department of Mirth.
Mr. Harry North, tho moat expert
Tnmbler in the world.
Mr. Bart Johnson, the champion
Leaper and Vaulter.
Mr. George Murray, tho Grotesque
Mr. Robert Johnson, thc remarkable
Herr Ludnrff, tho amazing Equilibrist.
Wm. Armstrong, the classic Scenic
The chief attaches will bo aided by a
complote force o? AUXILIARY TALENT,
consisting, in part, of Signors Morrattl
and Xertignca; Monsieurs Nicoya and
D'Ueroix; Hens Wetzlar, Polnitz, Stalberg
and Bisbofon; Messrs. By wick. Forrest and
Merton; Masters Freddio, Clarence and
Walter; tho wholo forming
THE MOST BRILLIANT
CIRCUS TItOUPE IN THE WOULD!
Actually embracing moro talent than any
three companies in this country possess.
PROF. GEORGE P. HUTCHINSON'S
wonderful and sagacious
AND DEN. STONE'S
Aro fixed features with this Circus, and
their remarkable portrayals of animal
intelligence will continue to afford rich
tin nies for amusement.
STONE & MURRAY advertise only auch
attractions as actually belong to their Cir?
cus, and do not magnify tho abilitioa of
their troupe when they claim thatno exhi?
bit ion in tho world eau ? qual it.
N. B. STONE & ML UH AY'S CIRCUS
travels exclusively by railroad, on special
trams chartered at immense expenso.
Therefore, no attempt ?ill ho made to de?
ceive thc public by a Street Parado of
empty wagons, drawn by horses hired in
thu place of exhibition. 'J bc attractions
of thia circus are in the Pavilion.
Don't forget tho time- SATURDAY,
DECEMBER 20, 18(58.
av ITCHETS for STONE & MURRAY'S
CIUCUS \sill be for sale at tho Ruokstoros
?md at the principal Uoteis, three days in
advance of coming. Dec 10 ?
Will Exhibit in
UNION C. H., CHRISTMAS, 25