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L?Hpoij, December 24.-The plan
of ? conference of .tho great powers
originated ' with Russia, backed by
Prussia, and favored by Austria and
Italy. An effort to settle the question
without bloodshed will undoubtedly
be Bucceosful. ..
ATHEN3, December 24. -The Greek
Government demands approval from
the Chambers of Credit forlCO.000,000
drachms, and an extraordinary levy
of troops. The National Guard has
been mobilized, and Paris and Pat ros
have been fortified.
PAMS, December 24.-The Moni?
teur*? Paraguay advices state that Lo?
pez will seek a reconciliation with
lite Hulled States, and continue en?
ergetic resistance to the movements
o? the allied army. Napoleon re?
ceived Oloaga as ambassador from
RT? wa ltcraa.
CHARLESTON, December 24.-Ar?
rived-Steamer Prometheus, Phila?
delphia; schooner Arctic, New York;
schooner Jane Emson, New York;
bark Agra, Liverpool. ? Off the port
-Ship Gorilla, Liverpool; ship C.
H. Southard. New York. Sailed
Steamer Saragossa, New York;
schooner A. H. Edwards, Baltimore;
brig John Pieroe, Matanzas.
RICHMOND, Deoember 24.-The
State Auditor, to-day, forwarded to
Europe ?7,500, to pay tho July inte?
rest on the 2 per cent. State debt.
In the case of Sally Anderson, un?
der ???ntence of death, who was re?
leased by Judge Underwood, and
arrested a few days afterward by the
city authorities, the Mayor has ap?
plied to Gen. Stoneman, to know
what to do with her, as the County
authorities have made no requisition
Thoma? H. "Winne, of Baltimore,
has been elected Superintendent ol
the Bichmond and Petersburg Rail?
HARTFORD, December 24.-St.
John's Episcopal Church, at Water?
bury, waa burned to-day; loss $100,
000. . .... .
LITTLE ROCK, December 24.-Re
inforcements for the militia continue
to arrive. It is reported that the in
vestigatiou by Grant causes wide
spread rejoicing. Martial law hat
been withdrawn from Little Roc!
and a portion of LaFayetto County
HAVANA, December 24.-Tho Mon
tezuma has arrived from Nuevitas
4,000 troops, with ten pieces of ar
tillery, were moving on Bayard. Nue
vitas and Puerto Principe were stil
Affairs in WanUlngton.
WASFTJNOTON, December 23. -
general amnesty proclamation is ex
WASHINGTON, December 24-8 F
M.-The following proclamation wa
issued by the President to-day:
Whereas, the President of th
United States has heretofore set fortl
several proclamations, offering am
nesty and pardon to persons wh
had been or were concerned in th
late rebellion against the lawful an
thority of the Government of th
United States, which proclamation
were severally issued on the 8th da
of December, 1863; on the 26th da
of March, 1864; on the 29th day <
May, 1865; on the 7th day of Se]
tomber, 1867, and on the 4th day c
f July, in the present year. Ant
whereas, the authority of the Peden
Government having been re-estal
lished in all tho States and Ter ri ti
rica within the jurisdiction of tl
United States, it is believed that sue
prudential reservations and excej
tiona, as at the dates of said sever
proclamations were deemed ncce
sary and proper, may now bo wise
and justly relinquished, and that D
universal amnesty mid pardon fi
participation in said rebellion, e
tended to all who have boroo ar
part therein, will tend to secure pe
manent peace, order and prosper!
throughout the land, and to rene
and fully restore confidence ai
fraternal feeling among the who
people, andi their respect for ni
alliauco to tho National Governmeu
designed by its patriotic founders f
tho general good. Now, thei
fore, bo it known, that I, Andre
Johnson, President of the Unit
States, by virtue of tho power ai
authority in me vested by the Co
siltation, and in the name of t
sovereign people of tho Unit
States, do hereby proclaim and cl
claro unconditionally and withe
reservation to all and to every persi
who directly participated in the If
insurrection or rebellion, a f
pardon nnd amnesty for t
offence of treason against t
United States, or of adhering
their enemies during the lato ci
war, with restoration of all righ
privileges and immunities under I
Constitution and the laws whi
havo been made in pursuance there
MY rLA.NTA.TJON, situ?t od on Br
River, about ton miles abovo Col
bia. It is good Corn and Cotton lt
For furtliof particulars address
through tho Post Office.
Doc 21 7* _?r.J>. BOORTE]
Billiard Tables for Sale.
' , FOUR FINE BILLTJ
___rf?TA.IiLKS, in comploto
~~-"^P?8P'fylor, Marble and !?
L-fc-W- Bedding, with Balls, C
and Columns included. Sharp A OrifJD
m s ko. Will ho sold low. Call at
Bte 13 O. DIERCK'
KIN ANCIAA. ASD COMMBUOIA1,.
COLTJMIUA, December 24.-Sales of
cotton to-day 100 balea-middlings
-JNKW YORK, December 24-Noon.
Stocks strong^ Money active, at, 7.
Qold 34 >?. Fio ur duii and droop?
ing. Corn )<j(??\lo. better. Mess pork
doll-new 27/75. Lard doll-steam
17@17>? Cotton steady, at 25.
7 P. M.-Cotton quiet and steady;
sales 2,000 bales, at 25. Flour quiet,
witbont decided change-superfine
State and Western 5.96??; Southern
dall and nncbanged. Corn lo. better
and more doing-new white Sonthern
I. firstname.lastname@example.org. Whiskey quiet, at 1.00.
Freights a shade better-cotton
steam 6-16@^. Money easier, at 7.
Currency and steriiug duii, ac y>?(.<?
9J?. Gold firmer, at 35^. Govern?
ments more notive and higher.
CINCINNATI, December 24.-Flour:
dull and unchanged. Corn steady,
at 66. Whiskey firm, at 1.00.
AUGUSTA, December 24.-Cotton
market quiet but firm ; sales 312 bales;
receipts 950-middlings 23.
SAVANNAH, December 24.-Cotton
opened dull but dosed firmer-mid?
dlings 23Y? \ sales 800 bales; sales of
the week 7,837 bales; receipts of the
week 17,074. j
MOBITJB, December 24.-Cotton
in good active demand nnd the mar?
ket closed firm; receipts of the week
10,359; sales 18,000 bales; receipts
to-day 243-middlings 23}4@23)<i.
NEW ORLEANS, December 24.-Cot?
ton receipts to-day 6,077 bales; sales
4,800-middlings firm, at 23)?.
Flour-low grades higb'cr; superfine
7.50, doublo 7.62JJ; treble 8(^8.50.
Corn firm. Lard-ticrco 18>?@
18J<?; keg 19. Sugar aud molasses
active, at previous quotations. Whis?
key quiet and firm-Western recti?
HAVRE, December 24.-Cotton
easier-on spot 123; afloat 121
LONDON, December 24-3 P.~M.
Consols 92#. Ponds quiet, at
LIVERPOOL, December 24-3 P. M.
Cotton quiet; sales of tho week 81,000
bales; exports 16,000; speculation
II, 0J0; stock 335,000, of which Ame?
rican is 59,0110. Cotton afloat 263,000
bales, whereof 115,000 are American.
LIVERPOOL, December 24-Even?
ing.-Cotton quiet and steady; sales
10,000 bales. Yarns and fabrics
JOHN H. HEISE.
THE Subscriber would respect?
fully inform the citizens of Colum?
bia and the surrounding country,
that he hus taken thc largo aud
spacious store, recently occupied by Mr.
Robert C. Shiver, and opened a tine and
select stock of CONFECTIONERY, TOY
AND FANCY GOODS, suitablo for tho
"CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS." I return my
sincero thanks to my friends and thc pub?
lic, for their former patronage.
JOHN H. HEISE.
N. B.-'My Candy Manufactory is on tho
corner of Marion and Plain streets. All
orders from tho couutry will be promptly
attende d to, at tho lowest cash prices.
_ Doc 22 _ JOHN H. HEISE.
Clear the Track.
KUISS KRINGLE IS COMING/
AND will hold his annual leveo at
Main street, Greenfield's Row, whero his
extensive thaw rooms will be opened, on
TUESDAY, the 22d instant, exhibiting a
large and well selected assortment of
TOYS, in endless variety.
8tock of French Ron-Bona and Confec?
tions, rich and raro.
Homo manufactured Candies, frosh and
A lino assortment of Cakes-Fruit,
Pound and Spongo.
A great variety of small Ornamented
Mince and other pies.
Scotch Short Bread.
FIRE-WORKS, TORPEDOES, &c.
Charlotte and S. 0. Railroad Co.
CoLUJiitiA, S. C., December 22, 1803.
HOLDERS of Bonds of this Company,
maturing January 1, 18G9, also, of
Coucous which matured prior to January
1,18G8, are invited to fund thom in SEVEN
PERCENT. COUPON BONDS. The Trea?
surer is prepared to issue tho new Bonds,
and whero fractions of $500 occur, Frac?
tional Bonds, bearing 7 per cont, intcroat,
will bc issuca therefor
This Company has redeemed its Coupons
which matured on and subsequent to Jan?
uary 1, 1868, and will continue to do so as
they maturo, at th? Carolina National Bank
in this city, and at tho First National Rank,
Charlotte. N. 0. C. H. MANSON,
Dec 22 9 Treasurer.
SOMETHING ?EW "
WATCHES, SLBEVB BUTTONS
KIN G KU RINGS, STUDS, BTU.
SELLING LOW AT
Deo 22 Sign of the Green 8peoka.
FreshAtT i v al
B. & W. C. SWAFFIELD. .
ELDER FLOWER SOAP,
LILAC FLOWER SOAP,
For sale by E. E. JACKSON.
Deo 19 6
Marsh Mallowa, Jujube. Paste,
Mint, Cayenne aud Ginger LOZENGES.
Dee 19 6_ _E. E. JACKSON.
FRENCH AND ITALIAN
?)f\f\ LBS. of delicioiiB Cream Fruits
DUU CHEAM CHOCOLATE. CREAM
COCOANUT, CORDIAL AND GUM DROPS.
Also, a largo asnortment of Heise's cele?
brated STICK CANDIES. This candy is
made of tho very best quality of Crush
Sugar, and is highly appreciated foi its
rich, delicate flavor. None moro pure or
netter in tho world. At
Doc 15 Ci? _E. POLLARD'S.
171 R E N C H NOVELTIES-Perfumery,
; Extracts, Odor?, Boqueta, Fountains,
Antique Oil, Gorman Cologne, Lubin'u Ex?
tracts and Powder, Royal Lavender, Per?
fumed Crackern, Frc.ich Pomades, "Cos?
m?tique," English Hair Brushes, Dressing
Combs, assorted; Fine Tooth Combs, Eng?
lish and Fronch Tooth Brushes; Elegant
Toilet Soap-Roso, Almond, Honey, Gly?
cerine, Windsor, Zahater, Skin Soap, for
tho complexion; Powder Puffs and Boxes,
in variety; Toilet WaterR; all very cheap at
FISHER & HEINITSH'S
Dec 20f_Drug Store.
Pectoral Cough Candy.
THE best Cough Remedy in the world.
It stands pre-eminent for public
apoalfers, particularly Lawyers and Di?
vines, as it gives clearness and distinct?
ness to tho voice and fortifies the langs
for any futuro emergency. No one should
bo without it when tho changes in the
weather are so frequent. Wc would advise
you to keep this article of Cough Candy by
you, for it is very convenient aud pleasant
to take, rintil all eigns and symptoms of
vour Cough or Cold has cutirclv disap?
peared. For salo at E. POLLARD'S.
AND NEW YEAR
PERSONS who aro looking for somo
thing appropriate for holiday pre
sents, will And no hotter selection of now
and oreti v articles than at
Dec 13 Ct* E. POLLARD'S.
Rats! Rats!! Rats!!!
HARVEY'S CURE-For RATS, Mice,
Roaches, Ants, Ac. This extermi?
nator is effectual for the destruction of
Rats. It is bettor than any other prepa
ration. It compels rats and mice to avoid
their holes or nests after eating it, and to
seek tho opon air nntil they dio. Look
after your Corn-cribs and store-rooms.
For salo by FISHER A HEINITSH,
Dec 8 t Druggists.
Pure Ground Spices for Family Use.
TO obtaiu a puro article of Pepper, Gin?
ger, Cinnamon and SPICES generally,
in a ground state, lit to use, has beena
very difficult matter herotoforo. The sub?
scribers have now in storo Ground Spices,
of warranted purity and superiority. No
ono neod hesitate to buy the Ground Spices
I from their store-they aro just what is
wanted in every family-a puro Ground
Spice, ready for uso.
Ground Popper, Mace, Tapioca,
" Ginger, Nutmegs, Broma,
" Spice, Chocolate,
" Cinnamon, Cox's Gelatine,
" Cloves, English Mustard,
Arrowroot, Sago, Cocoa.
For salo by FISHER A HEINITSH.
Doc 10 t _ Druggists.
For sale at
THE NEW ALMANAC.
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'8 DELIGHT
ALMANAC-Just published. A new
and valuable book-full of good advice
corroct prognostications of tho weather,
garden Calendar for every ono; the way to
health pointed out, and other useful hints.
No charge for them. At
FISHER A HEINITSH'S
Decl'Jt Drng Storo.
The Due West Female College.
THIS is ono of tho most flou?
rishing Institutionsin tho Stato
j Pupils received at any time,
?and charged from timo of en?
TUITION-Including Latin and
French, fi.00 por month.
Boarding, including fuel and washing,
$14.50 per month. J. I. BONNER,
Doc J5 tuf3mo President.
-f f\f\ WHOLE, HALF and QUARTER
1UU Boxes Layer RAISINS.
1,000 Lbs. S. S. Almonds, Pecans, Brazil
NUTS and Filberts,
? Boxes Leghorn Citron,
25 Doz. English Pickles, Chow Chow
and Pi ecol ily.
75 Boxes No. 1 Canton Firo Crackers.
20 Baskets Heidsick Champagne, ?m
A completo stock of Jellie?. Presorvee,
Canned Fruits, Ao., Ac, all fresh and for
sale low by B. A Q. D. HOPE.
. .. .. ... ','
Violin and Quitar Strings.-TL?
?M^^ THESE STRINGS aro luetly
J9l^s celebrated for their durability,
^jfc^^toipurity and clear awtot tono.
A fine ??lection of VIOLIN BOW8, Vio?
lin Screws, Tail Boards and Bridges, se?
lected with great care by
Deo 8 tl**_E. POLLARD.
PORT MONIES AND PURSES.
DECIDEDLY tho largest and beet selec?
tion of the real Russia Loather
POCKET BOOKS and PURSES. Suitable
for ladiou and gentlemen, at
rllHE real Meerschaum and Briar Root
X PIPES, the largest and best selection
over offered in thia city. Also a fine as?
sortment of Cherry Stems, with a variety
of Mcorscbantn Segar Holders and Tobac?
co Bags. Juet received at
JUST opened, a large lot of fino polisbet
CANES, both heavy and light. Alse
some pretty fancy Canes, at
_DecJ3 timo*_E. POLLARD'S _
fiWhat a Happy Surprise !
IF you denim to srivo tho little ones a
pleasing and m3rry SURPRISE, yoi
will find a largo and pretty selection o
Suitable and Amusing ARTICLES, espe
ciallv for that purpose, at
Dec 15 Gi? E. POLLARD'S.
D. C. PEI XO ITO & SON, ADCTIONEF.IIS.
In re Levin, Dav d & Co., of Richland,
BY order of Hon. George S. Bryan
Judge of the United States Court", fo
tho DiHtrict of South Carolina. I will sell
on MONDAY, the 28th day of DECEMREI
next, within the legal hours, before th
Court House, in Columbia,
Ail that tract of LAND, situate in Rich
land District, known us the "Frog Pom
Place," containing 77 Acres, moro or lest
bounded by hinds of David Roberts, E. U
Gilmore, and others, belonging to th
Bank nipt Estate of Levin, David A Co.
Terms cash. Purchasers Iii pay for nc
ccssary stamps and papers.
THOMA? J. LAMOTTE.
Dec 8 J Assignee.
Government Property at Auction.
W. T. WALTER, AUCTIONEER.
WILL bo sold, at public auction, at 1
o'clock A. M., on THURSDAY, th
31st day of December, 18G8, at tho oflico i
tho Disbursing Officer, Bureau Refugoci
Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, Senat
street, Columbia, S. C., tho following G<
verument property, viz:
HORSES, llorac Equipments and Onie
Terms cash, in Government funds. Pr<
perty to bo rmnoved immediately aftc
sale. EDWARD L. DEANE,
Dec 23 G Disbursing Officer, H. C.
BY D. C. PE1X0TT0 & SON.
WE will fccll, on tho FIRST MONDAY i
January, the 4th proximo,in front of tl
Court House, at 10 o'clock.
All that lot and parcel of LAND, situa
ed, being and lying in the ci-jy of Colur
bia, on the West ?ide of Richardson stree
betweenjUpper and Lumber streets; bouiu
ed East by Richardsou street, and fron
ing thereon fifty feot, moro or less; Soul
by lot of tho estate of G. B. Nunnamake
West by lot of tho estato of J. D. Kenn
dy, and North by lot of the same. Upc
the premises thcro is a Brick Storo, wit
four rooms and out-buildings.
Terms at sale._Dec 23 t
BY D. C. PELXOTTO & SON.
WE will sell, on tho FIRST MONDAY
January, ut public auction, in front
tho Court House, at 10 o'clock,
All that certain lot, piece and parcel
LAND, situated, lying and being in tl
city of Columbia, with tho Cottage thei
on; bounded ou tho North and West 1
lots owned by Dr. F. W. Green, on t
East by lots of Henry Davis, on tho Sou
by Medium street-measuring on tho sa
Medi um atreet 52 feet by 108, moro or let
Conditions at sale._Dec 23 1
BY virtue of a writ of firri facias to i
directed, I will sell, on the FIR!
MONDAY and TUESDAY in January nc
in front of the Court House in Columb
within tho legal hours, the following pi
All the right, tillo and interest of t
defendant, lb 810 acres of LAND in RU
land County, bounded by lauds of Jan
U. Adams, G. R. Williams, estate of 1
mun, John Bates and Daniel Zciglcr.
1 25 horse-power Engine, 1 Malay Ss
1 Spoke Machino, 1 (trist Mill, 3 Gri
Stones, 1 lot Tools, 1 lot Blackamit
Tools, 1 Corn Sheller, 1 Table, 1 8af<
Spinning Machino, and 1 lot Spokes a
Habs,levied on as the property of Wm.
Elkins, at the suit of D. B. DoSaussu
Commissioner in Equity, et al, vs. Wm.
Elkins. Terms cash.
Tho above personal property will bo si
on Tuesday, after the first Monday in ,
nuary, on tho abovo described tract
land. P. F. FRAZER, S. R. C
Joseph and John 8. BatCB, Executors
John Bates, vs. Dr. 8. McKcnzio, v
and others.-Bill for Sale and Part?i
BY d?cret ul order of tho Court in
abovo otated case, I will exposo
salo boforo the Conrt nouso in Columl
on MONDAY, Dectmbsr28, instant, all
REAL ESTATE of John Bates, deceae
to the highest bidder:
1. Tho Plantation known as tho Wh
cotton Plantation, containing 1,300 aci
more or less; bounded by lands of Jai
Trumbull, JameB Beay, estato of Rot
Adams and others. This plantation is
of the best in this County, and will bo >?
in parcels, according to tho return of
2. The Land known as tho Joe Will?
Tract, immediately adjoining tho abc
montionod tract, containing 70 acres, ni
or I' M-.
3. The Land known aa tho Band
Plantation, containing 450 acres, nior
loss; bounded by lands of Mrs. Mays, J
Scott, C. A. Scott and others.
TEHMR or SALE.-Sufficient cash to
exnensoe, taxed costB and fees cf Buit;
balance to be secured by bond, with
good securities, payablo in equal int
monts of one, two and three years, \
interest annually from date, with mortg
of promises sold. Purchasers to pay
papers and atampa.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, 0. E. B. 1
I i h il Vii I ll f i :
OITY FEOPEETYfor SALS.
Great In duce men ta fer Investment.
JACOB LEVIN, AucnomccB.
Edward and Henry O. Kineler, Executor?
of J. J. Klnaler, decoased, vt. Amelia
B. EinBler, ct aL
IN pursuance of tho decretal order, of
his Honor Chancellor Carrol, dated the
day of confirmed by
the decretal order of his Honor Associate
Justice H?ge, tho following BEAL ES?
TATE, constituting tho most extensive
and valuable city property over offered for
salo in South Carolina, will be sold on tho
28th of DECEMBER proximo, in the city of
Columbia, at ll o'clock A. M.:
Lot No. 1-Containing four iusro<?, bc^nd
ed on tho Worth by Blauding street, East
by Williams street,"South by Taylor street,
\Vost by Gist strtot.
Lot No. 2-Bounded on the North by
Divine street, East by Marion street, South
by Blossom street, and West by Sumter;
containing four acres.
Lot No. 3-Bonndod North by Biohland
street, East by Pinckney Btreot, South by
Laurel street, West by Roberts streot; con?
taining four acres.
Lot No. 4-North by Laurel street, East
by Gist streot, South by Blanding, West
by Pinckney street; containing four acres.
Lot No. 5-North by Lumber Btreet,
East by Wayne, South ny Richland, Weat
by Pulaski street; containing four acres.
Lot No. G-Containing four acres, bound?
ed North by Laurel, East by Williams,
South by Blanding and West by Gist
Lot No. 7-North by Pendleton street,
East by Wayne street. South by Medium
street and West by Pulaski; containing
Lot No. 8-North by Pendleton streot,
Eatft by Gadsden, South by Medium, West
by Wayne street; containing four acres.
Lot No. 9-North by Divino stroot, East
by Bull street, South by Blossom, West by
Marion street; containing four acres.
Lot No. 10-Containing three and-a-half
aeres, 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 street, South by Pendleton streot,
West by Huger street.
Lot No. 12-Containing four acree,
hounded North by Pendleton street, East
by Pulaski, South by Medium, West by
Lot No. 13-Containing throe and three
quarter acres, bounded on tho North by
lauds of N. Popo, 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 onc
nuarter acres, (in Cotton Town,) bounded
on thc North and North-east by lands of
Iseal Gniguard and J. S. Crawford, East
aud South-east by J. Tarrer, and South?
west and Wost by tho Butcher Town Road.
Lot No. 15-Tho Homestead, containing
two and-a-half acres, bounded on tho East
by Richardson street, continued on tho
South by lands of Harper and Bearden, on
tho North by tho catato of Keenan and
Weat by Senate street, continued. On tho
premisos aro 150.000 to 200,000 brick.
Lot No. 16-"Tho Old Homestead,"
fronting on Richardson street 50 feet 9
inches, running back 417 feet 4 inches, and
hounded on tho South by the lot of tho
old Branch Bank, Wost by Assembly street
and North by Mrs. Murks' lands. Also
about 75,000 bricks on the premises.
Lot No. 17-Known as the Kinsler's Hall
Lot, fronting on Richardson street 59 fy et
8 inches, running West 263 feet 6
inches; bounded South by Taylor street,
West by lot of J. C. Seegers and North by
lot of W. T. Walter, together with the large
quantity of bricks thereon, about 150,000
Lot No. 18-Containing two aud-ono
fifth acres, situated in tho middle of tho
Congarco River, and cut into noarly equal
sections by Upper stroet, continued.
Lot No. 19-Containing ono and-two-flfth
acre?, bounded North by Groen's Mill lot,
South by Senate street, fronting thereon
340 feet; West by tho Congarco River.
The Columbia Canal divides this lot into
nearly equal sections.
Lot No. 20-Containing four 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, Wost by Wil?
Lot No. 22-Containing four aerea;
bonnded North by Senate street, East by
Williams, South bv Pendleton and Westby
Lot No. 23-Containing one acre, marked
B on a plat made by S. G. Henry, of Kin
slcr'n Brick Yard property; being a good
Lot No. 21-Marked C, on same plat,
containing one acre; immediately South ol
Lot No. 25-Marked D, on same plat,
containing one acre; immediately South
of lot C.
Lot No. 26-E, being part of tho same
tract, containing one aero.
Lot No. 27-F, containing ono and onc
quarfer acres, part of tho samo tract.
Lot No. 28-G, containing nine and ono
quarter acres, part of tho same tract,
over tho South-oast portion of which tho
Columbia and Augusta Railroad passes.
All of tho lots having such metes and
bounds as aro delineated on maps made
by S. G. Henry, December, 18C7.
Lot No. 29-113 acres, the residuo of the
said Brick Yard Tract; bounded North bj
Senate street, South by lands of J. S
Green, West by tho Congarco Biver, anc
East by lots owned hy citizens of the citj
of Colombia. In this property is includes
a valuablo Brick Yara, within the oorpo
rate limits of tho city; and also the entire
interest in tho Columbia Canal, whicl
runs through tho property for a distance
of about 1,166 yards, with a fall of watei
commencing at 19 fcot 10 inches and at
faining a fall of 25 feot. This casement ii
a continuation of tho valuablo and exton
i.ivo water power advertisod by his Excol
lency Governor R. K. Scott, R. N. Lewii
and C. M. Wilder, Commissioners appoint
cd by tho Stato for tho sale of it, and cou
etitutos tho most valuablo part thereol
TJI?B proporty offers the most advantago
ons opportunity for locations of sites io
hydraulic r --posos. Parties intorostci
aro referred, tor particulars, to tho advor
tisemcnt by tho Commissioners appointe?
by tho Stato to negotiate for tho salo o
that portion of the Canal not horoln de
Thia is ono of tho best inducements fo
investments over offerod in tho South. Ol
the traot known as tho Brick Yard Tract
thorois a Quarry, said by Maj. Niernsee
of Baltimoro, tho Architect of tho nei
Capitol, to be, in reepeot to tho qnaht
and quantity of its granite, equal to any.
TEBMS-Ono-flfth cash; balance on
credit of one. two, three and four yoari
secured by bond and mortgage. Pui
chasors to pay for papers, stamps, Ac.
Nov 14 i C. E. R. 1>.
FHE BEST IN THE WORLD !
STOKE ? KSHHMKS
(Formorly Stone, Roset?n A Murray,)
WILL EXHIBIT IN
JOLT MUI A, SATURDAY, DEC. SO,
AFTERNOON AND NIORT.
LEADING CIRCUS IN TEE WORLD !
rllE established reputation of this Cir?
cus is too we'.l known to require an
ilaboratodescription. Look at the great
irray of sensational riders, emotional
cymuants, phenomenal acrobats, the most
Tonderful in tho universe
M OLLI". JEANETTE,
'he gracoful and dashing Parisian Eques
rienne; tho most brilliant and daring lady
idcr ever econ. lier first soaaon in Aine
TUB GREAT JOHN HENRY,
'ho superb defiance champion Equestrian
nd Thaumaturgie Artiste-lato Director
>f tho Cirque Napoleon, Paris. His first
eason in America.
Lc Jeane iiurtc, tho premier Bare
iack Horseman-champion rider of the
Murray and Hutchinson, the Excol
ior Acrobats-tho originators of a now
eries of novel performances.
The Rolland? Brotners, the peerless
George Cooke, tho noted English Pro
can Charadei Bidvr. First season in
Mr. Den. Stone, tho skillful Doctor of
Tun and popular Humorist, and
Mr. Fred. May, the morry Monarch of
Mowns and favorito Jester, will presido in
he Department of Blirth.
Mr. Harry North, tho most export
bumbler in the world.
Mr. Bui i Johuaon, the champion
reaper and Vaulter.
Mr. George Murray, the Grotesquo
Mr. Robert Johnson, the remarkablo
Herr Ludorfl*, the amazing Equilibrist.
Wm. Armstrong, the classic Scenic
The chief attaches will bo aided by a
omploto force of AUXILIARY TALENTt
onsisting, in. part, of Signors Morratti
nd Xerlignes; Monsieurs Nicoya and
VUcroix; Herra Wetzlar, Polnitz, Stalborg
nd Bishofen; Messrs. By wick, Forrest and
forton; Masters Freddie, Clarence and
V'alter; the whole forming
THE MOST BRILLIANT
'HUTS TROUPE IN THE WORLD!
.dually embracing more talent than any
hreo companies in this country possess.
PROF. GEORGE P. HUTCHINSON'S
londerfnl and sagacious
AND DEN. STONE'S
.ro fixed features with this Circus, and
heir remarkablo portrayals of animal
utelligonce will continue to afford rich
hemes for amusement.
STONE <fc MURRAY advertise only snell
ttractions as actuallv bolong to their Cir
UB, and do not magnify tho abilities of
heir troupe when they claim that no oxhi
ition in tho world can equal it.
N. B. STONE ? MURRAY'S CIRCUS
ravels exclusively by railroad, on speoial
rains chartered at immenso exponse.
'horcforc, no attempt will bo made to de
oivo tho public by a Street Parade of
mpty wagons, drawn by horses hired in
ho placo of exhibition. Tho attractions
f this Circus aro in tho Pavilion.
Don't forget tho time-SATURDAY,
1ECEMRER '20, 18C8.
4?- TICKETS for STONE A MURRAY'?
IIRCUS will bo for salo at the Bookstores
nd at the principal Hotels, thrco days in
dvance of coming. Dec 10 G
Will Exhibit in
INION C. H., CHRISTMAS, 25
STOKE & mmm*