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PARIS, December 12.-Qaseles as?
serts that the Cadiz insurrection was
instigated by Isabella's emissaries.
BKRT.IN, December 12.-Bismarck,
in addressing the Diot, said the fears
of war which prevailed dering the
Hummer, had passed away.
HAVANA, December 12.-The Dia?
rio reports ? skirmish nt Macseanlo,
m which 10 rebels wore killed. Hn
re?'s correspondence was captured;
Government loss not stated. 400
rebels suireudored and have been
pardoner1, since the tattle. Several
revolutionists contradict this, and
say they aro receiving reinforcements
of men, arms and munitions. 50
young men of the best fami'ies left
Havana to join the rebels.
LONDON, December 12.-No uows
received of tho bombardment of Ca?
diz. Telegraphic communication with
Madrid is interrupted. A Madrid
despatch, dated Thursday, says tho
largo number of workmen, employed
on the publio works, armed with car?
bines and bayonets fastened on
sticks, assembled ic a threatening at?
titude, which they still maintain.
The militia hos been ordered to pro?
ceed against them. Placards have
been posted in Eatraroadiiro, threaten?
ing assassination of tho rieb citizens
who participate in the elections for
DATER.-Cadiz despatches say tho
armistice has been prolonged-both
parties consenting to nwuit the
arrival of the President of the Re
pnblicau Committee of Saville, who
Will endeavor to mediate. Should
thin fail, the Government will com?
mence rigorous measures.
CHARLESTON, December 12.-Ar?
rived-steamer James Adger, New
York. Sailed, steamer Manhattan,
Now York; steamer Falcon, Balti?
NEW ORLEANS, Decembe 12.-Tho
steamship Crescent, of tho New Or?
leans and Galveston line, took fire
last night, at tho wharf, and was en?
tirely destroyed. Loss probably $200,
000-no insurance. Tho fire hud
been partially subdued, when an ex?
plosion occurred in the hold, injuring
ten firemen-ono mortally and seve?
ral severely. The vessel sunk.
[RICHMOND, December 12.-lu tho
United States Circuit Court this
morning, Judge Underwood presid?
ing, the caso of Sally Anderson,
(colored,) sentenced to death by tho
Conuty Court for arson, was brought
up on a habeas corpus, on tho ground
that one of tho mugistrate.coni posing
tho Court which tried her had held
the office of constable before tho
war, aud being thereby disqualified
by tho fourteenth amendment, tho
whole court was illegal and its pro?
ceedings vitiated. Judge Underwood
sustained the prisoner's plea nnd dis?
charged her from custody. In 'de?
livering the opinion, he snid if oven
the Clerk of tho Court wasdisqnnlified,
it vitiated the proceedings. There aro
159 convicts in tho State prison, who
have been sentenced since the adop?
tion of the amendment, who may
now bo roloased by habeas corpus,
and turned loose, nuder this decisiou.
INDIANAPOLIS, December 12.-The
Seymour Vigilance Committee of
this State, visited the Now Albany
jail, this morning, at 3 o'clock, and
hnng the Reno brothers and Charles
Anderson, and escaped before the
alarm could bc given.
WASHINGTON. Decomber 12.-There
is a heavy pressure bearing to con?
tinue thc Freedmen's Bureau after
January 1. The Reconstruction Com?
mittee aro reported to be against it.
It is stilted tbat Caleb Cushing hus
gone abroad, authorized to buy Cuba
at any price between one and two
Latest despatches represent thc
political agitation throughout Spain
as very great. The capitalists are
leaving the country. There is much
alarm among the masses of tho peo?
ple. Government is in recoipt of many
communications from various parts
of the country, promising aid to the
sufferers by the insurrection. Tho
insurrectionary Government has not
yet extended beyond Cadiz.
Ki JV A r* Cl A I, AND COnnERCIAli.
NEW YORK, Docember 12-Noon.
Stock market dull sud heavy. Money
aotive at 7. Exchange 95j?. Gold
35%. Flour a shade firmer. Wheat
dull and heavy for spring, but ashado
firmer for winter. Corn dull and lc.
lower. Pork 25(5)26. Steam lard
-quiet-barrels 10%. Cotton steady
middling uplands 25.
7 P. M.-Cotton firm; sales 2.200,
at 25-closing with the same; dealers
refusing to sell under udvanco.
Flour ?ii mer, ana ?(ojoc. higher for
winter, but 2(3)3o. lower for spring.
Corn lc. lower. Freights unchanged.
Money easier at 6. Sterling quiet,
at 9>?. Gold lower, at 35>i($35%.
Shipments for the week 84H3.000.
Governments steady. State bonds
CHARLESTON, December 12.-Cot?
ton quiet, without quotable change;
sales 250 bides-middlings 23),;; re?
AUGUSTA, Docember 12.-Cotton
merket inore iictive; sales 700 bules;
receipts 400-iPiddlings '?'?y?(g?\T?^.
SAVANNAH. 'December 12 - Cotton
dull; Males 1G0 halos-middliug.s 23>?
MoisiiiB, December 12.-Cotton de
in and moderate, bat closed,, quiet;
?jdes 400 bales, ot 22??@23; receipts
N.TW ORLEANS, December 12.- Cot
ton ?uisier-middlings 22%(al23; salts
8.800 bales; receipts 8,663. Gold
86^ Flour firmer-superfine 7(a)
7.26; doable 7.50; treble email@example.com.
Bacon source and higher-shoulders
13K; rib 17M; clear rib 18!^; hams
15?16. Pork active, at 28. Whis?
key-Western rectified stiff at 1.10(5}
1.15; raw 1.05. Coffee-fair Kio 14
@14>?; prime 16,'.<@17.
LONDON, December 12-Evening
Consols 92^. Bonds 74>?.
LrvEBroon, December 12-Evening.
Cotton quiet; sales 10,000 bales-Up?
lands 10?.;; Orleaus ll.
B>.VBE, Decembor 12.-Cotton
firm, both on spot and afloat.
< Ol.I MI Ii IA MARKKT.
lieporl for Week ending Friday, Dec. ll.
PIKKNIX OFIICK, COLOMBIA, Dec. 12.
Thcro has been a good demand for cotton
during tho past week, and pricos have been
very full. Tho sales of the week havo been
501 bales as follows: 40at22J; 5 at '20*; 7
at 213; H7 at 22; G at 21$; 17 at 22.1; f.8 at
22 J; 74 at 22$; Cl at 22J; 4(5 at 224; -r>l nt 21ft;
5 at 19J; 12 at 20$; 15 at 21 J.
Thcro has been no ol?anse in other arti?
cles of country produce; all that conies in
is readily taken, at full prices.
Tho following buying rates of South Ca?
rolina Bank Notus, is prepared by Gregg,
Palmer A Co., Brokers:
Dank of Camden.25
flunk of Charleston.?10
Bank of Chester.7
Bauk of Georgetown.5
Bank of Newberry. :)5
Bank of South Carolina. 8
Bank of State of South ('andina, [old, J .l l
Bank of State of South Carolina, [new,]. I
Bank of Hamburg. S
Commercial Bank. 1
Exchange Bank. 8
Planters' Bank. 4
Farmers and Exchange Bank. 1
State Bank. 1
South-Wcstern Bailroad Bank, [old,]... .2.1
Planten and Mechanics.IP
\vlioiiMiic l'rirc-M Currenl.
CORREOTKn WEEKLY HY
TUE COLUMBIA BOARD OF TR A J? E.
APPLES -Per bushel.I 00 O'A 25
BAGGING Gunny, per yard.. 25 Of. 28
Dundee *' .. ? 30
BALE HOPE-Manilla, per lb.. 20 Ot
N.Y. or Weat. " 10 O? 15
BUTTER- Northern, per lb.. 50 Ot,
Country, " .. 30 <.*. :i.">
BACON Hains, per lb . 20 Ot 2:1
Sides " . 18 (?i. I!)
Shoulder.-, 11 . 15.U<(5 IC.
BRICKS- -Per 1,000.U 00? 12 00
CANDLES -Sperm,per lb .. 40 Or. 70
Adamantino, " .. 21 ? 25
Tallow, " .. 14 OX Hi
COTTON VAHN-Per bunch. .1 Ol) @2 no
COTTON ?Strict Middling, pr lb 23 ?
Middling. " 22$?
Iiow Middling, " ? 22
Good Ordinary. ** ? 22
Ordinary, " 21 ot
CHEESF. - English Dairy, pi r Ib20 or. 23
factory, " 20 oe 2:1
COFFEE -Ibo, per lb. 21 0c 25
Laguayra, " . 27 Or. 2:?
Java. " ... 37 Or, 40
FLOUlt- Country, per bbl... 12 00? J 3 00
Northern . .. .8 00? 14 00
GRAIN Corn, per bush. OOM 1 00
Wheat, " .2 2 "jr,/.:; OD
Oats, " . 80 Or. 00
Peas, " _ 70? 8i?
HAY Kort nerti, per cwt .
Eastern " .
HIDES-Dry, per lb .121? 18
Green. " . " 8
INDIGO -Carolina.1 00? 1 25
LAUD-Per lb.IS ? 21
LUMBER- Boards, per lOOn.. 150
Scantling, " 1 50
Shingles, per 1,000.. 2 75
LIME -IVr bbl.2 70@2 80
MOLASSES Cuba, per gallon. 50?6C
New Orleans, " 1 00?1 23
Sugar House. " .. 75? l 25
NAILS-IVr kog.fi 00?7 0C
ONIONS-Per bushel.1 25@2 0(
OIL-Kerosene, per gallon. 50? 5."
Machinery " _ 75? 1 01)
POTATOES -Irish, per bushel. 75? 1 2ii
Sweet, .* . 00? 7f
RICE-Carolina, per lb. 0? 12
East India. " .
SPECIE-Gohl.1 34 ?1 8?
Silver.1 23tftJl 2?
SHOT, per bag.3 25? 3 5(
SALT-Liverpool, per sack_2 50?2 7.'
SOAP-Perlt,. 74? ll
SP1 BITS-Alcohol, per gallon fi 0(
Brandy " .4 00? 12 Ot
Holland Gin, " ...5 00?7 Ot
American " " .. .3 50@4 Ol
Jamaica Rum, " .. .fi 00@7 0(
N. E. " ?? ...3 50?3 7.'
Bourbon Whiskey,. .8 50?4 5(
Monongahela " . .3 75?4 0(
Rectified ?? ...1 50? 2 5(
SUGAR-Crushed, per lb. 18?
Powdcrod, " . 18?
Brown. .? .12.4? ll
STARCH-Per lb.10? l:
TEA-Green, per lb.1 00@2 01
Black, ?? .1 00?I 51
TOBACCO-Chowing, per lb.... 50? 1 21
Smoking, " .50?1 (li
VINEGAR-Wine, per gallon... 70? 7;
Cider, ? _50? C(
French, " . .1 25? 1 5(
WINE-Champagne, nor basket.25?32 0
Port, per gallon.3 00@5 0
8herry, " .3 60?fi 0
Madeira, ?? .3 50@G 0
MEATS Pork, per lb. 1
Beef, ??. 8 ?1
Mutton, " . 1
POULTRY-Turkoys, per pair.
Ducks, ,f .
Chickens, " _25?i>
Geese. " ....
Gall at Kraft's Bakery
(OPPOSITE PIIONIX OFFICE,)
AS I have just roturnod from the Nor
with a select assortment of TOY
Candies. Fruits, Jellies, Preserves, Ac,
ICED CAKES made to order.
A largo lot of PIPEd-fino and cmnmii
Dec 3_P. W. EUA PT.
Ale and Porter.
PT f \ DOZ. Muir A Son's Edinburg AL
t?\J 50 Doz. Guinness A Son s Dub
Porter, inst received and for sale low bj
Deo4'_J. AT. R. AGNEW
A PINK t>* r,r Fresh COUNTRY BU
1%. TKU Jost received, low for cash at
Deo 8 O. D1ERCKS
Office of Udolpho Wolfe,
BOLE IMPOHTKU OP Tir?'
6<:UIKDAK Anoi?\no BcHNAvra,
22 BEAVER BTBF.KT, NEW YOEK, Nov. 3,' *68.
To th? People of tiie Southern Stales.
When the puro medicinal restorative,
now so widely known as WOLFE'S SCHIE?
DAM SCHNAPPS, was introduced into the
world, under the endorsement of 4,000
leading members of the medical profes?
sion, some twenty years ag its proprie?
tor was well awaro that it could not wholly
escape the penalty attached t? ail new and
useful preparations. Ho, therefore, en-1
deavored to invest it with tho strongest |
possible safeguard againat counterfeiters, j
and to render all attempts to pirate it dif?
ficult and dangerous. It was submitted
to distinguished chemists for analysis, and
pronounced by tli?-iii tho purest spirit ever
manufactured. Its parity and properties
having been thus ascertained? samples of
tl . article wore forwarded to 10,000 physi?
cians, including all the leading practition?
ers in tho United States, for purposes of
experiment. A circular, requesting a trial
of the preparation and a report of thc re?
sult, accompanied each specimen. 4,ooo
of tho most enlim nt medical men in the
Union promptly responded. Their opinions
of the article were unanimontdyfavorable,
j Such a preparation, iu*y ?.aid, had long ?
been wanted by the profession, a-, no reli
I auce could be placed on the ordinary
lu; .ors of commerce: all nf which wore
moro or less adulterated, ami, therefor'-,
unlit for medical purposes. Thc peculiar
excellence and strength of tho oil of juni?
per, which formed one of tho principal in?
gredients of the Schnapps, together with
an unalloyed character <>r tho alcoholic
element, give it, in tho estimation nf the
faculty, a marked superiority over every
other diffusive stimulant us a ?linn tie,
tonic and restorative
These satisfactory credentials from pro?
fessional mea of the highest rank were
published in a condensed form, und en?
closed with ? aeh bottle ol tho Schnapps,
a? one of the guarantees ?if its genuine?
ness. Other precautions against fraud
were also adopted; a patent was obtained
for the article, the label was copyrighted,
a fae simile of tho proprietor's autograph
signature was attached to each label and
cover, ?tis name and that of tho prepara
tion were embossed on tho bottles, and the
corks were sealed with his private seal.
No article had ever been Mold in this coun?
try under ibo name of Schnapps prior to
tho introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aro?
matic Schnapps, in ISM; and the label was
deposited, as lustrado mark, in the United
State? District Court for the Southern Dis?
trict of New York during that year.
It might be supposed, by persons unac
quaitlb il with the daring character of tho
pirates who prey upon tho reputation of
honorable inoichants, by vending delete?
rious trash under their name, that the
protect ions so carefully thrown around
th;-nc Schnapps would have precluded the
introductions and salo of counterfeits.
They seem, however, only to have stimu?
lated tie' rapacity of impostors. The trade
mark of the proprietor has been stolen:
tho endorsement which his Schiedam
Aromatic Schnapps alone received from
the medical profession has been claimed
by mendacious humbug!-; his labels and
bottles have been Imitated, his advertise?
ments paraphrased, his circulars copied,
and. worse than all, dishonorable retailers,
after disposing of tho genuino contents of
his bottles, have Ulled thom up with com?
mon gin, the mo.it deleterious of all
liquors, and thus made his name and
Inend a cover for poison.
Tho public, the medical profession and
tho si- k, for whom the i'chicdam Aromatic
Schnapps is prescrib? d us a remedy, arc
equally interested with the proprietor in
tho detection and suppression of thrso ne?
farious practices. Tho genuine article,
manufactured at the establishment of tho
undersigned, in Schiedam, Holland, is dis?
tilled from a barley of tho finest quality,
and tlavored with an essential extract ot
tho berry of the Italian juniper, of une?
qualed purity. Itv a process unknown in
tlio preparation of auy other liquor, it is
freed from every acrimonious and corro?
Complaints have been received from tho
leading physicians and families in tho
Southern States, of tho salo of cheap imi?
tations of tho Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps in those markets; and travelers,
who are in the habit of using it as an anti?
doto to tho baneful influence of unwhole?
some river water, testify that cheap gin,
put up in Schiedam bottles, is frequently
palmed on" upon tho unwary. Tho agents
of tho undersigned havo been requested to
institute inquiries on tho subjoct, and to
forward to him the names nf such partios
as they may ascertain to bo engaged in
the atrocious system of deception. In
conclusion, the undersigned would say
that ho has produced, from under the
hands of tho most distinguished men ot
science in America, proofs unanswerable
of the purity and medicinal excellence of
tho Schiedam Aromatio Schnapps; that ho
has expended many thousand dollars in
surrounding it with guarantees and safo
guarda, which ho designed should protect
tho public and himself against fraudulent
imitations; that ho has shown it to be the
only liquor in tho world that can bo uni?
formly depended upon as unadulterated;
that he has challenged investigation,
analysis, comparison, and experiment in
ail its forms; and from every ordeal the
preparation which bears his name, seal
and trade mark, has como off triumphant.
He, therefore, feels it a duty bc owes to his
fellow-citizens generally, to tho medical
profession and tho sick, to denounce and
expose tho Charlatans who counterfeit
these evidences of idontity, and he calls
upon tho press and tho public to aid him
in his efforts to remedy so groat an ovil.
The following letters and cortifloates,
from *h" leading physicians ?i?d chemists
of this city, will prove to the reader that
all goods sold by tho undersigned aro all
thev aro roprosentcd to bo. .
1 feel bound to say, that I regard your
Sohnapps as being, in overy respect, pre?
eminently pure, and deserving of medical
patronage. At all events, it is tho purest
possible article of Holland Oin, heretofore
unobtainable; and, as such, may be safely
prescribed bv plnsieians.
"DAVID L. MOTT, M. D.,
Pbarmacoutioal Chemist, Now York.
20 PINK STKKET, NEW YORK,
November 21, 1867.
Uuiiipho Wo fe. K*q., Present.
DISH SIR: I have m.ole a cboroioal ex?
amination of a s unpin of vonr Huhiedam
Schnapps, ?nth tie- intent of determining
if any "ornljni or injurious substance, bad
been ad ibid tn the m m plo dist! led fspiriis.
The examination baa resulted in the
conclusion that ibo cample contained no
Klsonoos or harmful admixture. I have
sn unable to discover any trace of tho
deleterious substances which are employed
ia the adulteration of liquors. I would
not hesita to to usu myself, or to recom?
mend to other?, for medicinal purposes,
tho Bohiedam Schnapps as AU excellent
and unobjectionable variety ox gin. Very
(Signod,) CH Alt f.EH A. SEF.LY,
Nsw YORK, 53 CEUAK BTBKKT,
November 2fi, 18G7.
Udolphu H o/-, Esq., Prewitt.
DKAU Sin: I IIHVU submitted to cheiuical
analysis two bottles ol Schiedam Schnapps,
which I took from a fre?b packago in your
bonded warehouse, ?ind Dud, as bet?re,
that tin spirituous liquor is free from iu
iurious ingredients or falsification; that it
han the mark? nf bi lng agod and not re?
cently prepare! !?> mechanical admixture
of alcohol and aromatics. Respectfully,
FRED. I". MAYP.lt, Chemist.
Si.w YOUK, Tueeduv, M:tv 1.
Udolphu Wolff, /.;.<-/
DKAU Bin: l'hc want of pure Winos aud
Liquors, for medicinal purposes, has been
long felt l-y the profession, and thousands
of lives have boen sacrificed by tho uso ol'
adulterated articles. Delirium tremens,
and other diseases of the brain and nerves, !
so rile in thin country, aro very rare in I
Europe; owing, in a g'reat degree, to thc I
difference io tin- purity of the spirits sold ,
Wo have tested the" several articles im?
ported and sold by yon, including your
Oin, which yon Hell under the name of Arn- j
mille Bohiedam Schnapps, which wo con-I
Hin. r 'est ly entitled to the high reputation ;
it I A.- acquired in this country; and, from '
ymir !.un: experience r * a foreign impor- j
"ter, your bottled Wines and Liquors .
should nu ni ?iib the saine demand.
We would recommend you to appoint '
some of tiie respectable apothecaries in j
different parts of tho uityas agents for tin- '
Hale of your uraudies and Wines, where j
the profession cnn obtain tin- same when j
needed tar medicinal purposes.
Wishing you success in your new cuter
prise, we remain .'our obedient servants. ;
VALENTINE Mi ITT, M. I)., Professor nf1
Sur-r< rv. Uiiivcr.dl Medical College. New '
J. M. CAEN OCHAN, M. D., Professor nf ;
Clinical Surgery, Surgoon-iu-Chief to tb? :
State Flospital, etc., No. 14 Lust Ililli :
LEWIS A. BA YEE, M. I?., No. 793 br ad- '
II. P. DEWF.KH, M. H.. N'.. 701 Broad,
JOSEPH WOltSTElt, M. D., Nu. 1 _!?>
NELSONSTF.ELK, M. P., No. 37 Blecek- ?
JOHN O'ltKlbLY,M. !>., No. 230Fourth
ll. I. RAPHAEL, M. !>.. Professor or UM !
Principles and Practice of Surgery. New j
York Medical College, "lc. No. Ol' Ninth j
street, and others
The proprietor nlsu. offers for sale
Uotflrtl IVlnt-t timi Liquors,
Imported :uul bottled by himself, expr?s*ly ?
for medicinal use. Each bottle ba- bis ;
certificate of it* pm itv.
Nov 12 .lino DDOLPriO WOLFE. I
Main xlrccl near Lady, Columbia, S. <'. j
THIS FIRST " ^-rr^, i
<_&SZ, CLASS HES- ,
y.XZr7?*0SLT AFR A N T in ii. thorough
order, and supplied with tito very best ol
WINES, LIQUORS, KEOARS und TOBAC- ?
DINNERS and SUPPERS furnished at |
short notice. The cooking is unsurpassed. ?
OYSTERS, GAME, ETC., in season. Give ?
ns a call J. R. LANIER, Proprietor.
J)ecJ0 lt. HAMILTON, Bnperin't.
Pure Ground Spices for Family Use.
rilO obtain ii pure article of Pepper, Gin
W_ ger, Cinnamon and SPICES generally,
in a ground ?tate, tit to une, has beena
very difficult matter heretofore. Tho sub?
scribers have now in atoro Ground Spieen,
of warranted purity and superiority. No
one need hesitate to buy the around Spices
from their store-they aro just what in
wanted in every family a puro Ground
Spice, ready for use.
Ground Pepper, Mace, Tapioca,
" Ginger, Nutmeg*, Broma,
" Spice, Chocolate,
" Cinnamon, Cox's Gelatine,
" Cloves. English Mustard,
Arrowroot, Sago, Cocoa.
For sale by FISHER A HE1NITSII.
Dec ll) t Druggists.
WEhavo purchased thc right of Otley'a
Patent BURGLAR ALARMS, and
now offer them for salo at the low price of
$10 each. Theil xcill lie founda secure safe?
guard for thc Protection of Stores, J)irell
ings, Gin-houses, Barns, Smoke-houses, cfc.
from thieves and incendiaries. Call and
seo them at the store of
Dec 5 J. A T. R. AGNEW.
-I Q BUSHELS CRANBERRIES, in line
i O order, and for salo low bv
Dec 3 E A G. D. HOPE.
Oranges and Lemons.
r AAi^ INDIAN RIVER FLORIDA
Om\ "IM I ORANGES.
10,000 imported Lemons.
Pecans, I-i?berts and Almonds. For salo
by GEO. HYMMERS.
HAVING just received a well bolooted
lot of choice imported
I will tako pleasure in showing them to
[oyera of y.'?r? No discount on
them. Neatly pnt up in boxes, and in
Now Raisins, Dales, Nuts, of all kinds;
Flori-la Oranges and Lemons, Bauanas,
Northern Apples, Ac.
Toys, in endless variety.
Manufactured daily, of puro sogar, whole?
sale and retail.
For Weddings and Parties furnished at
short DO!ico, by JOHN MoKI-.NZIE,
Mn imf ?ct? ri t:g Confectioner,
Greenfield's Row, Mun st., Col., S. C
Lemons and Oranges.
SWEET HAVANA ORANOEB and choice
LEMONS, j mit received and fur uah)
low by J. A T. R. AONEW
BY virhio of a writ of fieri facias to me
directed, I will nell, on the FI H MT
MONDAY and TUESDAY in January next,
in front of the Court House in Columbia,
within the legal honrs, the following pro?
All tho right, title and interest of the
d?fendant, in 810 ?ores of LAND in Rich?
land County, bounded by lands of James
U. Adams, G. R. Williams, estate of By
num, John Bates and Daniel Zeigler.
1 25 horse-power Engine, 1 M ul ay Saw,
1 Spoke Machine, 1 Grist Mill, 8 Grind
Stones, 1 lot Tools, 1 lot Blacksmith's
Tools, 1 Corn Sheller. 1 Table, 1 8afc, 1
Spinning Machine, and 1 lot Spokes and
Hubs, levied on an the property of Wm. B.
Elkins, at thc suit of D. B. DoSanssure,
Commissioner in Equity, ct al, cs. Wm. B.
Elkins. Terms cash.
The above personal property will be cold
on Tuesday, after the drat Monday in Ja?
nuary, on tho above described tract ol
land. P. F. F RAZEE. S. R. C.
_Doo ia t _
Extensive Sale of Desirable Groceries, Bte,
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON TUESDAY MORNING ucxt, loth inst.,
I will sell, before my store, without re?
serve, the following choice goods:
5 CASKS Choice S. C. Canvassed HAMS,
5 Casks Choice New Strips.
1.500 lbs. bright Shoulders.
BO Small Boxes Now Codfish, put np ev
prcssly for Family use.
r> Barrels Potomac Herrings,
lt) Dexes Super Adamantine Candles,
Hi Family Soap,
io '. 2 lb. Cans Fresh Tomatoes,
15 " Choice (.'utting ' hoeso,
.J") llsqs Choice Family Floor,
U0 Barrels do. Choice,
50 Reims Wrapping Paper, assorted size
Fanev Soaps, Segare, Tobacco, Ac, A i.
Dec 12 :i
Winn*, f,iq%tarni ?tc, for Christmas Holt
BY JACOB LEVIN.
ON TUESDAY MORNING, 15thinstant, a
in o'clock I will ao'l, the following Wine
and Liquors, belonging to nu estate:
CASES Fino Champagne WINES.
Fine Madeira "
Finn Sherry "
" Bourbon Whiskey,
Ul Dos. Guava Marmelade.
Sale positive. Leo Pi 3
?Io:.i ph and .lohn S. Batos, Executors i
.John Hates, vs. Dr. S. McKenzie, wi
and others.- Hill for Sale and Portilio,
BY decretal order of tho Court in tl
above stated case, I will expose Ci
sah- before the Court House in Columbi
on MONDAY, December28, instant, all ti
REAL ESTATE or John hates, decease
to the highest bidder:
1. Tho Plantation known as the Whit
cotton liantation, containing 1,800 acre
more or less; bounded by lands ol' Jami
Trumbull, Janies Seay, estate of Kobe
Adams and others. This plantation is ol
of the best in thia County, and will bo so
in parcels, according tu the return of tl
2. Tho Land known as the Joe Wllliai
Tract, immediately adjoining tho abo\
mentioned tract, containing 70 acres, mo
3. Tho Land known as the Sand-H
Plant itioi . containing 150 acres, moro
less: bound >d by lands of Mrs. Mays, Jo'
Scott, C. A. ?'colt and others.
TERMS or SALE.-8nfHoi< nt cash to p
expenses, taxed costs and fees of suit; t
balance to be secured by bond, with t
good seenritios, payable in equal inst
moots of one, two and three years, wi
interest annually from date, with mort ga
of premises sold. Purchasers to pay 1
papers and stamps.
I). 15. DKSAUSSURK, C. E. lt. D
D* c ti
ASPLENDID SAW-MILL, Engine, ('
ler's make,) good belting, lai
smoke-stack, extensive copper piping ti
all necessary fixtures, at Cedar Pond,
Lexington District, thirteen miles fr
the Augusta and Columbia Railroad -<
easily bo moved and located on said ro
Tho Engine ia thirty horse power, in cc
nieto running order-Mill and Eugine c
*3,G00. and never been injured by uso-i
bo bought for tl,500. W. C. Anders
Esq., is on tho place and will tako pleas
in showing tho mill to any who wish to t
It may also be said that Mr. Andersoi
ono of tho best machinists in tho Sti
whoso services (if applied for soon) can
procured in moving, putting up and r
liing said mill. Apply to Cochran A J>
wood, at Cokosburv, or E. Wimborly,
Aiken, S. C. Nov 20 li
Gin, ftc, Ac
For sale low hy
Nov ii FISHER ft hOJVUANOJ
IHAVE recently opened a now si
(next to Ii. Stenhouse) where I wil
found, at all times, ready to attend to i
thing in my line, such as repairing
making to order all lunns of PISTC
GUNS, LOCKS, Ac., and will give part
lar attention to repairing SEWING
CHINES, IRON SAFES, Ac. Patror
Nov 12 ' F. A. SCHNEIDE
New Boot, Shoe
TS^o. * J
THE undersigned, who is uxperienct
tho business, has opened a fine
carefully selected stock of goods in
abovo line, and invites a call from
chasers. In tho assortmont, will bo ft
Gent's, Ladies', Misses', Boys', Yoi
and Children's BOOTS and SHOES, of
best make. His stock of HATH is vai
Tho articles will bo disposed of oheaj
cash. A. SMYTH
In Presbyterian Depository, opp?
Klnard's dry goodsj^oro._ Oct
TT?IQII f?::!?l" ""O. 6>0 BiStllOil io sue/
JL1 as this tm thod, to irako your
Soap. Ou i ponnd of Potasii nt 10 ci
will, with threo or four pennis of
malo all the soup yon UPO. Try it
buv the Soap Potash at 10 cents a po
For salo by FISHER A HF1NITHI
Nov ISt Droggii
V A LU AB LE
CITY PBOPEETY for 8ALE?
Great Inducements for Investment.
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTION KKK.
Edward and Henry O. Kineler, Executors
of J. J. Kinslor, deceased, v$. Amelia
RB. Kinsler, t? al.
IN pnrsnancc of the decroial order, of
bis Honor Chancellor Carrol, dated tho
day of confirmed by A
the decretal order of his Houor Associate
Justice H?ge, tho following BEAL EB- ' ^
TATE, constitutum the most extensivo
and valuable city property ever offered for
salo in Kout li Carolina, will be sold on the .
28th of DECEMBER proximo, in the city ot
Columbia, at ll o'clock A. M.:
Lot No. 1 -Containing four acres, bound?
ed on tho North bv Hlunding street, East /
by Williams street, South by Taylorstreet,
West by Oist street.
Lot No 2-Bounded on tho North by
Divine street, East by Marion street, South
by Blossom street, and West by Sumter;
containing four aerea.
Lot No. 3-Bounded North by Richland
street, East by Pinckney street, South by
Laurel st root, West hy Roberts street; cou
taiuiug four acres.
Lot No. 4 -North by Laurel street, East
by Gist street, South hy Rlanding, West
by Piuokuoy street; containing four acres.
Lot No. 5-North by Lnmbcr street,
East by Wayne, South by Richland, Walt
by Pnlaski street; containing four acres.
Lot No. G-Containing four acres, brand?
ed North bv Laurel, . ?t by Williams,
South by ?landing ai t West by Gis?
Lot No. 7-North by P? ndleton 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, W-fi*^
by Wayne street; containing four ocies.* *"*~^ -
Lot No. 9-North by Divine street, Baal
by Bull street, South by Blossom, West by
Marion street; containing four acree.
Lot No. 10-Containing throe and-a-haV
acree, bounded North by Lands of Jacob
Rifo, deceased, and Gervais street; East
by Huger street, South by Senate street.
I Wcfit by Williams street and htnds of
i Jacob Rile.
Lot No. ll-Containing four acree,
1 bounded North by Senate street, East bf
I Pulaski street, South by Pendleton r.Ctee(
j West by Huger street.
Lot No. 12-Containing font -.crea,
bounded North by Pendleton stn . ".asl
by Pulaski, South by Medium, V? bl by
Lot No. 13-Containing three and t'tiro*
quarter acres, bounded 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.
j Lot No. 14-Containing two and one
quarter acres, (in Cotton Town.) hounded
on the North and North-east by lands of
[seal Guignard and J. S. Crawford, East
and South-east by J. Tarrer, and South?
west and West by the Batcher Town Road.
Lot No. 15-The Homestead, containing
two and-a-half acres, bounded on the Eas*)
by Richardson street, continued on th*
South by lands of Harper and Reardon, o*.
tho North by thc catato of Keenan ana
Went bv Senate street, continued. On th*
premises are 150.000 to 200,000 brick.
Lot No. 16-"Tho Old Homestead,"
fronting on Richardson street 50 feet .
inches, rnnuiug back 417 feet 4 inches, and
hounded on tho South hythe lot of the
old Branch Bank, Wost by Assembly street
and North by Mrs. Marks' lands. Als?
about 75,000 bricks on tho promises.
Lot No. 17-Known as thu Kinsler's Hall
Lot, fronting on Richardson street 09 foot
8 inches, running West 2G3 feet G
inches; bounded Son th by Tay Lor street,
West by lot of J. C. Seegers and North by
lot of W. T. Walter, together with the larg?
quantity of bricks thereon, about 150,000
Lot No. 18 -Containing two and-one
tifth acres, situated in tho middlo of the
Congarco 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,
South by Senate street, fronting thereon
310 feet; Wost by tho Congarce River.
Tho Columbia Caual divides this lot int?
nearly equal sections.
Lot No. 20-Containing four aerea;
bounded North by Blos.om street. East bj
Marion, South by Wheat and West by
Lot No. 21-Containing fonr acres;
bounded North by Senate street, East hr
Huger, South by Pendleton, West by Wif- -
Lot No. 22-Containing fonr acre?;
bounden" North by Senate street, East by
Williams, South by Pendleton and Westby
Lot No. 23-Containing one acre, marked
B on a plat made by 8. G. Henry, of Kin?
sler's Biick Yard proporty; being a good
! building lot.
Lot No. 24-Marked C, on same plat,
containing ono acre; immediately South of
1 Lot No. 35-Marked D, on same plat,
containing one acre; immcdiatelv ?o*ztb
1 of lot C.
Lot No. 26-E, being part of the samo
tract, containing one acre.
Lot No. 27-F, containing one aud one.
quarter acres, part of the same tract.
Lot No. 28-G, containing nine and one
quarter acres, part of the same tract,
over t' e South-east portion of which the
Columbia and Augusta Railroad passes.
All of tho lots having such metes and
i boonda as are delineated on maps mada
by 8. G. Henry, December, 1867.
Lot No. 29 -113 aeras, tho rosidno of tho
said Brick Yard Tract; bounded North br -
Senato street, South by lands of J. t?.
Green, West by tho Congareo River, an*
East by lots owned by citizens of the city
of Columbia. In this property is included
a valuable Brick Yard, within the corpo?
rate limits of tho city; and aiso the entir*
interest in tho Columbia Canal, which
runs through tho property for a distanca
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 ia
a continuation of the va*a?b!? *nA Sit***
?ive water powu* advertised by bis Excel?
lency Governor lt. K. Scott, H. N. Lewis
and C. M. Wilder, Commissioners appoint?
ed by tho sta- J for tho sale of it, and con?
stitutes tho most valuable part thereof.
Thia property offers tho most advantage?
ous opportunity for locations of site? for
hydraulic purposes. Parties interested
aro referred, for particulars, to the adver?
tisement by tho Commissioners appointed
hy tho State to nrgotiato for the sole of
that portion of the Canal not herein de?
This is ono of tho best inducements fer
investments ever offered in tho South. Om
ibo tract known as tho Prick Yard Tract?,
iber * is a Qnarry, said hy Maj. N?-rus**?
of Ballimore, ino Architect of ibo new
Capitol, to bo, in respect to the quality
and quantity of its granite, equal to any.
Tl-HMS One.-fit'-li cash; bala nco UH *
credit nf ono, two, three and four
secured by bond and morff**a*a Pur*
chasers to pay %P*gg?^Slffi
NOT 141 ' * E. H. D.