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Meetings This Day.
Strict Observance Lodge, at half-past T P. M.
Tyre Lodge, at half-past 7 P. M.
C. L., at half-past 7 P. M.
Palmetto Social Club at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales Tbl* Day.
A< C. McGillivray will sell for the Sheriff, at ll
o'clock-, at northeast corner of Columbus and
Meeting streets, contents of a grocery store.
A. H. Abrahams A Sons will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, a large lot of clothing, Ac.
N. A. Hunt will sell at 10 o'clock, at his store,
boots, shoes, Ac.
Wm. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his store,
.clocks, carpeting, Ac.
R. M. Marshall A Bro., will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at No. 33 Broad street, moles, horse, Ac.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his store,
clothing, dry goods, Ac.
COUNCIL.-The proceedings of the meeting of
Council last night, wLU be fonnd on our fourth
Page- _ _
APPOINTMENT,-Mr. william Reed has been ap?
pointed a sergeant of the police force, in the place
of ex-Sergeant Poulnot.
PERSONAL.-Messrs. John Hanckel and James
C. Gibbes, both of whom have been on a business
trip to Europe, have returned to the city.
^>ILL OP MORTALITY.-During the week ending
October 16th, there were nineteen deaths m the
city-four whites and fifteen blacks. m
THE CHEAPEST YET.-THE NEWS Job Office ls
now printing hill-heads in the best style and on
fine paper, at $350 per thousand. Merchants, flunk
MINITE GUNS were fired from the field battery
at the Citadel yesterday, at sunrise and sunset,
as a mark of respect to the momory of the late
BURGLARY.-Night before last the trunk of Mrs.
Harrington, No. 17 Church street, was overhauled
by some burglars and $117 in greenbacks and
$110 m goltl stolen. Officers Lovett and Truall
have arrested a party upon suspicion.
THE BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP LINE.-The Balti?
more |pn of Monday says: "Such was the rush of |
freight to the Charleston steamer on Saturday
that lt was found Impossible to dispatch the Mary?
land, and she .was consequently delayed until 3
P. M. to-day."
THE MASONIC FAIR.-We learn that at the ap?
proaching Masonic Fair, Washington Lodge, No. 6,
will raffle the following articles: One elegant
silver trumpet, one heavily plated trumpet, two
sections regulation hose, and two handsome
lanterns. Here will be a chance for a lively con?
test among our gallant firemen!
MUSIC FOR THE STATE FAIR.-General Bomford.
Commandant at Columbia, has courteously placed
the Poet Band at the service of the Executive
Committee, for the approaching fair. The com?
mittee will probably be pleased to avail them
sel jas of the opportunity thus to secure excellent"
music. At present this band is doing duty at Ral?
eigh, North carolina.
FISHING OFF THE BAR.-At this season of the
year there are numerous points just outside this
harbor which afford parties who may be partial
to a day's amusement with hook and line a most
delightful pastime. On Friday last a number of
gentlemen on the yacht Louly made good sport.
While fishing ticy were attracted try, an unusual
commotion among the crew of a flshinglftat near,
and judged from their movements that something
On usad had occurred. On inquiry ir was di
covered that a fisherman, who had flung out hts
Une a few seconds before, dropped Lt in the vicin?
ity of a large toon; and the bird noticing the sink
lng bait doro after lt and taking hold of what
was intended for the fish was hooked and safely
dragged into the boat. This is undoubtedly a
very unusual way of securing this game. Some
of these gentlemen caught the same day several
large "prawn, which were taken on the line and
hook as ia customary with ordinary fish.
A NEW ROUTE TO PHILADELPHIA.-The agents
of the Ballimore and Charleston Steamship Line
have completed arrangements which will largely
Increase the facilities of freight transportation
between thia city and Prdladelphla. By contracts
with the Philadelphia Railroad Company cars
will i?e sent to the wharf of thc Steamship Com?
pany in Baltimore for the reception of rice, cot?
ton, Ac, going North, the transfer from thc yes-'
sei to the cars being promptly and safely made.
At the depot in Washington Avenue, Philadelphia,
equal racOi/fca are afforded to consignees for
sampling and. effecting sales, thus saving both
tlafe and money.' "Prrilf.delphla freights for
Charleston and the South and Southwest are In
like manner received at thc depot every day and
sent to the Baltimore steamers in through ears,
when they are rapidly forwarded to their destina?
tion. These arrangei tents, which go Into effect
with the sailing of the Maryland on Saturday, are
commended to the no ice and consideration of
shippers. The rates are low, insurance .an be
effected at one-half per cent., and whatever the
season there wi') be no interruption in the regu?
lar running of the une.
QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE
ARRESTS, FINES, ftc.-At thc? meeting or Coua
efl last night the Chief or Police submitted his
quarterly report, embracing the months of July,
August and September.
The report shows that during the quarter there
have 'cen eight hundred and ninety-five persons
arrested by the police rorce; that of thLs number
eighty-one were turned over to magistrates, two
banffred and ten sent to the House or Correction,
ten to"1he Hospital, three to theOld Folk's HoJ?ne,
two to the Almshouse, one to the Colored T0r
phanhouse, one sent to4few York, one to Mount
Pleasant, five turned over to the Recorder, ten to
the detectives, nine cases referred to the Coroner",
andiu^ttwo hundred and fifty-one persons-paid
the fines' ImposCi' by Hie Mayor. '
The report further shows that ?he fines imposed
by the Mayor during the quarter amounted to
$2442 40, of which $1714 56 were paid, and of the
latter amount the city's portion was $863 06 and
the policemen's portion $851 50; that the flues
imposed upon policemen for violations or rules
awl regulates amounted te ?648 43; that one
hundred and ten goats, cows, horses and
dogs were picket! up, most of them being restor?
ed to their owners; that there were seven alarms
ol fire, and that $95 were received from parties
who received licenses to have balls, jj
lite following table shows the number pf per?
sons arrested, and the cause or their'arrest. It
will be seen that the arrest or whites and blacks,
as reported, arc nearly'equal. One hundred and
eighty-one or the whites were arraigned only to
answer for violations of ordinances:
CAUSE OF ARREST.
(Mored. M H
Applicants for lodging
Absconding from parents
Accessory to murder...
Drunk and lying down.
Drunk and disorderly..
Interfering with police.
Keeping disorderly house
Neglect of duty as scav?
Participation in riot..."...
Selling liquor without a
Sei ting liquor on Sunday.
S.eeplng in the streets...
Violation ot ordinances..
"TotaL.! 352 48'! 3881 ??I 895
A GRAND PRIZE SHOOTING is announced toc?me
off at the Schutzenplatz to-day. Ample arrange?
ments have been made by our German friends,
who always do these things well, to make the oc?
casion one of rare interest and enjoyment. See
SEIFF & GAYLORD'S MINSTRELS.-The perfor?
mance of this troupe last night was excellent,
and "hugely" enjoyed by the large crowd pre?
sent. Every one should go to see these perfor?
mances and indulge In the luxury of a hearty
laugh oft repeated. A matinee will be given on
Saturday for the benefit of those who cannot at?
tend at night.
THB UNITED STATES COURT-HON. GEORGE S.
BRYAN, JUDGE, PRESIDING.-The District Court
was opened at 10 o'clock yesterday morning.
A jury order was signed by the Judge. The fol?
lowing ls a synopr.is :
Section first pnvides that the Clerk and Mar?
shall for the United States District Court
of the Eastern District of South Carolina
shal make np a jury list from the said
district "of three hundred names of citizens
qualified under the laws of the State of Sonttt
Carolina to serve in the highest courts
of the State, in which juries are used, In the fol?
lowing manner, to wit: They shall call on the
several collectors of internal revenue to furnish
from the several counties in their collection dis?
tricts, and embraced In said Eastern District,
names of citizens to be selected by them and
such as they shall think well qualified to serve as
jurors, being persons of good moral character,
sound judgment and free from all legal exception.
The number to bc furnished by each collector
shall be designated by the clerk and marshal, and
shall be in the same proportion to the whole num?
ber required as the number of counties in their
several collection districts, embraced in said East?
ern District ls to the whole number of counties In
the said Eastern District; provided, if any one of
the said collectors of Internal revenue shall, after
thirty days' notice In writing from the said clerk
and marshal, neglect or refuse to furnish the list
of names as hereinbefore provided, then the clerk
and marshal shall proceed to select a ILst of jurors
from the several counties In the collection district
of the collector neglecting or refusing to furnish a
Hst as aforesaid."
Section second provides that the names of each
of the Jurors shall be written upon separate slips
of paper; that the said slips shall be rolled up and
placed in a box to be provided for the purpose,
which box shall be kept securely fastened, and
only opened at the time of the drawing; that "the
list of Jurors, and the box as thus made up, shall
be the list and box out of which' the jurors shall
lie drawn for the year ensuing."
Section thin! provides that when the drawing
ls to bc made, the.clerk and the marshal shall at?
tend at.the clerk's ornee, or at some other public
place to be designated by the district judge: that
"If a person who is drffwn ls exempted by law, or
ls nnalile by sickness to attend, as a Jutor, his
name shall be returned Into the box and another
drawn In his stead."
Seetl?n fonr provides that a Jury list shall be
made up In accordance with the provisions of the
previous sections, "during the months of April
and May, provided that the jury list of the present
year shall be made up as soon as practicable after
the passage of this order."
. Section fifth provides that thc grand Jurors
shill bc drawn and summoned in the same man?
ner as jurors for trials, and when drawn at the_
same time, the names first drawn shall be return?
ed as grand jurors.
. Section sixth provides that both the grand and
petit Jurors shall be summoned at least fifteen
days before the commencement of any term or
court for which they are drawn.
Section seventh provides that not more than
thirty-one petit and nineteen grand jurors shall
bc drawn or summoned to attend at one and the
same time any court, uuless the court shall other?
Section eighth provides that " when, by reason
of challenge or otherwise, a sufficient number of
jurors duly drawn and summoned cannot be ob?
tained for thc trial of any cause, civil or criminal,
the court shall forthwith cause jurors to be drawn,
to be returned from the bystanders, to complete
the paneL" Said Jurors to be returned by the
" marshal or his deputies, and shall bc such as
are qualified and liable to be drawn as jurors ac?
cording to the provisions of law."
Section ninth provides that "no person shall bc
liable to bedrawnor serve as a juror oftener than
once In two years; but he shall not be so exempt
unless he attends ami serves as a Juror in pursu?
ance of the draft."
Section tenth provides that the Jurors In atten?
dance at any term of the court sh?ll be empanel?
led In thc same manner as provided?by the laws
of the State of South Carolina.
Section eleventh provides that the rules hereto?
fore passed relative to designating, drawing uad
empanelling jurors be rescinded.
PETITIONS AND CASES.
Petition of J. W. Folk, of Newberry, for final
discharge in bankruptcy, was granted.
Final hearing of the petition of James L. Davis,
for final discharge In bankruptcy, was ordered to
be continued until the 2d of November.
In thc casts or W. B. Melts, T. S. Jeffreys, Jas.
Mason, J. S. K. Thompson and IV. A. Moon, peti?
tions for orders to deposit funds, the petitions
in the ciao cf John AV. Strcckley vs. II. I).
Green, petition for sale of outstanding debts, the
assignee was ordered to sell at public auction.
Court then adjourned.
Hotel Arri val*-October 19.
9 PAVILION HOTEL.
J. S. Foster. South Carolina; J. H. Fell, Christ
Church Parish; M. Jacobs, Florida: L. D. Clark,
AV. H. Wise, Lewlsville; W. S. Pettigrew, North
Carolina: H. C. Mark, Columbia: George W. Lee,
New York; A. II. Shaw, Madison: A. P. Boyd, San
Francisco; J. M. Rising. Florida; W. E. Harelay,
New York: J. B. Ezell, Columbia: lt. F. Whitfield,
Goldsboro'; T. M. Keels, Williamsburg: Miss M
J. Rising, Florida; John P. O'Caln, O. H. Whit
field, Orangeburg: Wm. H. Cowl, New York; R.
J. Steele, North Carolina; J. Ii. Carrigan, T. II.
Harvlli, H. D. Mahony. Wright's bluff: A. J. Sea?
brook, Mississippi; J. K. T?TTJ, Y.'?Ucrboro"; II.
Chilli, XeW York: W. B. liuckabee. Kershaw
District: J. A. Williams. W. S. Care. Mrs. J. A.
Williams, Miss J. Barker. Miss S. Barker, Miss S.
A. Care, Barnwell; J. W. Oxford, Clarendon; J.
A. Hendricks, Lexington; U. Crout, Leesville: B>
H. Browuby, James Island; J. J. Nettles, South
! Colonel W. Gregg, John's Island: Thomas H.
Mims, Colleton; R. II. Ilulmau, Savannah; E. A.
Gardner, Jr., Louisville; J. Washington Greeu
house, Chester: M. Dcebbin, New York; L. Hollin
qulst, Barnwell; A. J. Longshore, Newberry; I).
H. DuPre, Spartanburg: J. P. Weathcrsbee, Au?
gusta: AH>ert Polheuius, Henry Wisc, New York;
Charles Meyer. Germany; B. G. Stanton, T. P.
Squire, E. W. Ferris, Oskum Silverman, Miss Julia
C. Wheaton, F. L. Wheaton and three children,
New York; Charles A. Lathrope, Augusta; S.
Chart rand, Matanzas, Cuba; I). Waterberry, St.
Augustine; J. C. Dye, Halifax, N. S.; G. Warden,
Savannah: Captain M. s. Woodhull, Lieutenant
Cisco, Steamship Manhattan; Charles Jones, City:
A. M. Martin, Miss Alice Martin. South Carolina;
F. W. Miller, Philadelphia; B. 0. Bowers, New
York; R. R. Nettles and son, R. A. McCovar, Flor?
ence; Captain C. E. Good, Boston; Mrs. J. S. James,
Miss James, Mrs. John Cameron and daughter,
Wilmington: Colonel Robert Graham, South Caro?
lina; H. A'. Cuslck, Brunswick, Ga.; Wm. L. Hum?
phreys, Philadelphia: C. E. Washburn, Pon Pon;
John W. Gordon, South Carolina.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-TnE NEWS Job Office ls
now prepared to furnish goo.l envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $4 per thous?
and. Send your orders. Every merchant and
iruslness man should have his card printed on lils
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LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
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GLOVES AND HOSIERY.
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SCARFS. TIES. COLLARS. HOSIERY, HAND?
KERCHIEFS, UNDERWEAR, Ac.
BAJOITS CELEBRATED KID GLOVES. The
Quaker City Kine Shirt, ready made and to order.
All goods marked in
ONE PRICE TO ALL.
No. 210 KING STREET,
sept22 6mos One door below Market.
H R o M o s !
The largest and flnc3t assortment or
ENG RAVIN C, S,
Ever brought to this city, now on exhibition and
for sale at New York prices, at
QUINBY A CO.'S Photograph Gallery,
No. 261 King street,
Charleston, S. C.
PHOTOGRAPHS taken in every style.
Entire satisfaction in all cases guaranteed.
QUINBY & CO.
Drrj (?ooos, #c.
FALL AND WINTER.
MELCHERS A MULLER.
No. 2 17 KING STREET,
Have the pleasure to inform their friends and
customers that they have opened a most elegant
and carefully selected
STOCK OF DRY GOODS,
Suitable for thc present and coming season.
They also i>eg leave to call I he attention or buy?
ers lo their large and well selected stoek or
BLACK DRESS GOODS. SILKS, Ac.
MELCHERS & MULLER.
octll mwf imo No. 217 KIN? STREET.
LOTH IN G , TAILORING
MENKE A MULLER,
No. 32.) KINO STREET,
Three Doors below Liberty Street.
Have just received and opened a large and fine
assortment of Men's Youths' and Boy's CLOTH?
ING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac. Consisting of
Elegant OVERCOATS, nosiness and Dress Snits,
winte and Colored siiirts. Underwear Goods, Ac,
English and Domestic Half Hose, Alexander's
and Couvtslcr'S Kid Gloves, Buckskin, Doeskin.
Calfskin: Cloth, Casslmere, Tweed; silk and
Thread Gloves, Linen and I'apel'Tollurs, Cravats,
Neck Ties, Pocket Handkerchiefs, Suspenders,
Also, a large and ?veil assorted ?took or BROAD?
CLOTH, CASSIMERE, DOESKIN, B E A V E R
CLOTH, Ac,a large variety of the new st vie Pants
and Vest Patterns, which we offer to sell by piece,
yard or pattern, or make up into garments by
"measure, lu the latest style*.
Our stock has been selected with great care,
and prices marked very low, in plain ligures.
Being contldcnt that we can offer Inducements
unequalled by any other house, we solicit buyers
in our line to give us a call berore purchaslug
All orders will receive our prompt aniTOry
Entire satisfaction ls guaranteed,
tobacco, Cigars, #c.
-jyj-ANUFACTURED AND SMOKING
TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS' AGENT,
No. 151 East Bay.
A general assortment of Manufactured and
Smoking Tobacco, of all grades and styles, from
reliable manufacturers in Virginia and North
Carolina, and offered at the lowest market prices.
Sanction Soles--?ntttre Elans.
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
UNDERWRITERS' SALE OF CLOTH?
ING, Ac, Ac.
THIS DAY, 20th inst., will be sold at 10 o'clock,
at our Store, No. 35 Hayne street,
CLOTHING AND TICKING, on account of Un?
derwriters and all concerned.
A desirable stock of Domestic and Fane v DRY"
GOODS, Hoalery. Cutlery and Notions. o"ct20
BY MILES DRAKE.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, CUTLERY,
TTIIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at my
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets.
MERINO UNDERSHIRTS, Printed Aprons,
Madras Handkerchiefs, Linen Towels, Plana, Print-.
ed, Border and Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Fau
cy Boxes and Desks, Wax Dolls, Pocket Books,
Lead Pencils, Bead Baskets, Knives and Forks,
Pocket Knives, Scissors, Ac.
A line of seasonable Clothing-COATS, Pants and
On FRIDAY, the 22d, I will sell loo cases BOOTS,
Shoes and Hats._ oct20
BY N. A. HUNT.
BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS, GAITERS,
THIS DAY, 20th Instant, at my store, No. 142
Meeting street, at io o'clock,
75 cases assorted BOOTS, Shoes, Brogans, Gai?
BY WILLIAM M?KAY.
QLOCKS, CARPETING, FURNITURE, &c
THIS DAY, ("Wednesday,) at No. 136 Meeting
nt rct-t fit 10 o'clock
French and English CLOCKS,-yards Carpeting,
Superior Household Furniture, Wardrobes, School
Desks and Benches, Army Shohes, and a large lot of
R. M. "MARSHALL & BRO.
WILL SELL TO-DAY AT HALF-PAST
10 O'CLOCK, AT No. 33 BROAD-ST.,
3 JuULES, l Horse, l line Mare, Carts, Fodder
Cutter, Cotton Gin, Brussels Carpet, Mahogany
Furniture, Desks, Chain?, Ac. oct20
BY A. C. M?GILL1TRAY,
II E R I F F'S SALE.
By virtue of an order of A. C. Richmond, Clerk
Court of Common Pleas, Charleston County,
made in two several cases of attachment-H.
Gerdts A Co. vs. John Behr, attachment, and
Werner A Ducker vs. John Behr, attachment
I will expose for sale nt Public Auction, on
THIS DAY, the 20th day of October, at ll
o'clock, A. M., at the northeast corner Colum?
bus and Meeting streets,
The entire contents of a GROCERY STORE, at?
tached and to bc sold as the property of the said
John Behr in thc above stated cases.
oct20 8W2 E. W. V- MACKEY, S. C. C.
ITERAR Y NOTICE
Anticipating a revival In the LOOK TRADE, thc
subscriber IMS personally selected from thc best
and most extensive Importing and Publishing
Houses in this country a new and beautiful stock
of Standard, Miscellaneous and Juvenile Books.
All the Bngllsh anti Classical School Books, Blank
Books and Stationery, guaranteed special, both
as to price and quality
Particulars In Wcekv Bulletin hereafter.
JOHN M. GREER,
No. 253 King, corner Beaufaln street.
oct20 wf2 _
J^ILL POND AND CHANNEL OYSTERS.
After the first of November lt ls proposed to
furnish these OYSTERS, either in the shell or
opened, In quantities to suit purchasers, and at
the lowest market prices.
THE MILL POND OYSTER
Supplied will be the celebrated "Gulla Island Oys?
ter" irom the Lucas Mill Pond, at Charleston,
which for flavor and plumpness ls well known to
Oiders solicited from all parts of the country.
Address THOMAS McCRADY,
Agent, Post?nico Box No. 339,
Charleston, S. C.
Order Boxes for thc city will be placed at points
to be hereafter designated.
REFERENCES.-James Adger A Co., Hon. J. B.
Campbell, Dr. St. J. Ravenel, David Jennings,
McCrady A Son, G. W. Dingle, John S. Ryan.
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Auction Sales-ifature Bans.
BY W. I. LEITCH & E. S. BRUNS,
Auctioneers, No. 35 Broad street.
STORE AND DWELLING, No. 181 ST.
Will be sold at Auction on THURSDAY, the 21st
instant, at ll o'clock, at the Old Postofflce,
The STORE AND RESIDENCE known as No. 181
St. Philip street, (now occupied,) between Une
and Bogard streets. The house is of wood, two
and a nair stories, with donble piazza to the
south; on the premises is a kitchen and weU of
Terms-One-third cash; balance payable in one,
two and three years, with interest secured by
bond and mortgage of the property, insurance
and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay us for
papers and stamps._octl9 3
issi G NEBS; SALE.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH
CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF
W. W. HARLLEE. BANK?
Pursuant to an order ot Honorable Judge Bryan
in the above case, dated July isth, 1839, I will
sell on the first MONDAY m November next, at
The following VALUABLE PROPERTY ol said
1st. The PLANTATION on which sahj bankrupt
now resides, near Mars' Bluff Station, on both
sides ot the wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road, containing 650 acres, more or less; bounded 1
by Lands or George C. James, W. R. Johnson, B.
Napier, estate or C. Balley, J. Ell Gregg and Mrs.
JuUa Wilson. This Plantation consists or several
lots and tracts, which will be sold sep irately, a
plat or which may be seen on application to the
assignee, and which will be exhibited c n the day
or sale. Some or these Lands are high y improved,
and suited for the cultivation of cotton. One of
the tracts, containing 200 to SOO acres, more or
less, will Include the homestead of General Had?
lee, situated less than half a mile from the Mars'
Bluff depot, one or the finest and best arranged
dwellings ta the State, with flower-garden and
outbuildings of every description necessary for
comfort or convenience.
2d. A TRACT OF LAND on the north side ofLIttle
Peedee River, containing 850 acres more oTlese;
conveyed to bankrupt by the sheriff ot Marion
District, and recorded in book -, page -, ta tho
Register's Office for Marlon District; bounded
there by Lands or David Page, John F. Page and
others-on which James R. Page now resides.
3d. A LOT AND OFFICE ta Marion Village,
fronting on the south and east on the public
square; bounded on the north by Lot of S. E.
McMllleur, and south by S. M. Brown, (or E.
Barnes' lot,) and on the west by-street.
4th. One-half Interest ta a TRACT OF LAND
known as Bird's Landing, on the Great Peedee
River, containing twelve (12) acres; purchased by
James Graham and bankrupt jointly; bounded
by Great Peedee River on the west, by the public
road on the east, and on all other sides bv Joseph
Bird's Land, at the Peedee Bridge of the Wilming?
ton and Manchester Railroad.
5th. One-half Interest m three (3) unimproved
LOTS OF LAND In Marlon Village, Marlon County,
containing each five-tenths of an acre; bounded
by Lands of John Amnions, W. J. Dickson and
others, and situated near the Depot of the Wil?
mington and Manchester Railroad, marked Nos.
16.17,18 In a plat of said village made by Deputy
Surveyor Levi Leggett, dated February 6, 1867;
said lots conveyed to J. J. and W. W. Harllee by
C. D. Evans, Commissioner In Equltv.
6th. one-half Interest ta LOT OF LAND and
office thereon ta the Village of Couwayboro',
County of Horry, thirty-five feet square with
western end fronting on Main street; conveyed
to Harllee and Walsh by H. Buck, assignee; lot
marked as No. 3.
Terms-One-fourth (>?) t ish; balance on a cre?
dit or one and two years; purchasers to give bond
with Interest from the da v of sale, payable an?
nually, secured by mortgage of the premises, and
to pay for all necessary \ ipers and stamps.
oct 13 w3_ A. IL FORD, Assignee.
By virtue of an uni r of sale to me directed by
the Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge of the United
States District cv urt tar the District or South
Carolina, I will sell at public auction, in the
Town or Tlror.onsville, South Carolina, on
WEDNESDAY the third day or November uext:
at ll o'clock }. M.,
All and singu ar the right, title and interest of
John M. Timmi ns, in or to thc following REAL
ESTATE, with the Buildings thereon:
One hundred and twenty-four (124) LOTS ta the
Town ol Timnr ons ville, as per plats or the same, j
TRACT OF LAND In Darlington County, S. C. ,
containing ene hundred and thirty-seven (137 )
acres, more or less; bounded on the north and
east by Lands or W. B. Tlmmons, south by Land a
formerly owned by Thomas Hill, and on thc west
by Lands cl Hill, Grey and McLendon, and known
as the "Ht ghs" Land.
TRACT OF LAND ta Darlington County, fi C..
containing one hundred and forty-eight (148)
acres, more or less; bounded north and east by
Lands of Harrell Pettigrew and W. A. French,
south and west bv Lands of Benjamin Revel.
TRACT OF LAND ta Darlington County, S. C.,
containing fifty (50) acres more or less, adjoining
Lands tarmeriy owned by James Oliver, William
Gee, Mrs. Ham. and known as thc William Oliver
TRACT OF LAND in Darlington County, S. C.,
containing two hundred and thirty-seven (237)
acres, more or less; lying between Sparrow
Swamp and Lake Swamp; hour Jed north by
Lands or Evander White and Sc more, east by
Lands ot Lawhorn and estate or Willam Jonrnl
gan. south by Lands ol Thomas Stevenson, and
west bv Lands or James Hill.
TRACT OF LAND In Darlington County, S. C.,
containing two hundred and seventy-five (275)
acres, moreor less, lying between Sparrow Swami?
and Lvneh's Creek, uear Cannon and Wards
Mill: bounded north liv the run or Sparrow
Swamp, and Lands or T. J. Cannon, east by
Henry Ham's Laud, south and west by Ward's
TRACT OF LAND In Darlington County, S. C"
containing two hundred and sixty-six (2?C) acres,
more or less, lying between Bay Branch and
Lvneh's Creek: bounded north by lands or T. J.
Cannon, east bv Lands or J. Cusack, south by
Lynch's Creek, dud west by Lands or J. C. Black?
TRACT OF LAND lu Darlington County, S. C.,
containing three (3) acres, more or less, near Old
Effingham, known as Lawrence's "Old Tanyard."
TRACT OF LAND In DarlingtonCounty, S. C.,
containing nine (U) acres, more or less, situate ta
rear of the academy at Effingham.
TRACT OF LAND in Darlington County, S C.,
containing forty-three (43) acres, more or less, sit?
uate at Timmonsville, outside the corporate lim?
its; (boundaries shown by plat.)
TRACT OF LAND In Darlington County, S. C.,
avntaining twenty-live (25) acres, more or less,
situate at Timmonsville, outside the corporate
limits; (boundaries shown bv Dhu.)
TRACT OF LAND in Clarendon Conn ty, S. C.,
containing three hundred and fifty (350) acres,
inore or less, known as the "Grant" Land, ad?
joining Lands of James Thomas, Joel Allen, and
TRAljfcOF LAND In Clarendon County, S. C.,
contain; nine hundred and thirty-five (935)
acres, more or less, lying on Burren Branch and
Klngstree Swamp; bounded north by Lands of
Robert J. McKnight, south by Lands of estate of
William L. Hickson and James McKenzie, west
by Lands of Duncan Smllcv, Noah Floyd, H. B.
McKnight, and William D. McKenzie.
TRACT OF LAND, in Sumter County, S. C.,
containing three hundred and eighty (380) acres,
more or less, known as the "Norwood's Cross
Roads Tract;" (the Sumter and Clarendon Une
passes through this tract.)
On MONDAY, the 8th day of November, i860, at
Kingstree. South Carolina, at 12 o'clock M.,
The following TRACTS OF LAND:
TRACT of thrve hundred acres, more or less, in
the countv of Williamsburg, S. C., one and a hair
(l 'j or two (2) mlies from MyersvlP.e.on the North?
eastern Railroad, adjoining Lands of N. M. Gra?
ham and the estate of Brambov.
TRACT OF LAND in Williamsburg County, S.
C., containing three hundred and twenty-one
acres, more or less, lying on Meadow Prong.
On TUESDAY, thc 16th day of November, 1869, at
Marion Courthouse, S. C..
TRACT OF LAND In Marion County, S. C., cou
taining four hundred and sixty-six (?66) acres,
more or less; bounded on the north by Lands of
estate of S.A. Campbell and Lands of estate of
Rojtor Cordon, south by Lands of Dr. McMillan
and James Dewitt, east by Lands of tl te estate of
Richard Wilkersou.and west by Lands of Richard
White and James McNeil.
TRACT OF LAND In Marion County, S. C., con?
taining three hundred (300) acres, more or less,
known as the "Henry Hutchinson" Land.
TRACT OF LAND in Marion County, S. C., of
four (4) acres, more or less, lying, being and situ?
ate at Effingham, on the Northeastern Railroad;
bounded on all sides by the estate Landa of Jobs
M. Timmons, deceased.
Terms-One-third cash; balance upon a credit
or one and two years, with Interest from date,
payable annually till the whole amount, both
principa, "nd interest, be paid: the purchaser or
purchasers iu give his or their bond or bonds
with approved security and a mortggae or mort?
gages of the premises. Purchasers to pay for
all necessary stamps and for papers.
HENRY E. P. SANDERS,
Assignee or John M. Tlmmons, Bankrupt.
BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT,
No. 25 BROAD STRBZT,
Charleston, S. C.
Prompt attention given to the purchase and
sale of Real Estate, Stocks, Bonds. Bank Bids,
?c Ac septis wfra2mos cs
HAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LAWES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly and ai
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
apriU4 No. 31 Broad street, (up stairs.>