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LONDON, September 18.-An in?
formal meeting of delegates to the
Pan Anglican Synod has been called
by tho Aroh-bishops of Canterbury;
present-Bishop Hopkins, of Ver?
mont, Odenheimer, of New Jersey,
and many Episcopal clergymen from
the United States.
Colonel Kelly, Fenian leader, wns
arrested in Manchester, yesterday,
and taken to Dublin. The funeral of
a supposed Feninn director at Bel?
fast was attended by 8,000 persons.
The King of Prussia will review
the military of tho Grand Duchy of
Baden next week, by invitation of
the Grand Duke.
The Cabinets of Berlin and Vienna
aro negotiating n new commercial
-? ? ?
Gen. Beauregard'* Oplul0n.
NEW YOBK, September 18.-A
party of Southern gentlemen gave a
dinner to Gen. Beauregard, at the
New York Hotel. In the course of
his remarks, the General stated that
ho had received tempting offers from
English capitalists to take up his
residence in England, os superin?
tendent of extensive engineering
works in that country; but he had
conolnded, upon calmly surveying
the different Governments of tho
world, their status and their inherent
strength, that this country possessed
the most stable Government of any
existing on the face of the earth, and
that, for his part, he was determined
to spend his life under the flag of thc
Government that was the most stable
and least hable to disorganization.
It was nothing short of sheer non
sonso to talk of another rebellion; ii
they wanted to raise one, they coule
not-it was utterly impossible, an?
will be impossible for them to do sc
for the next generation.
The.Celebration at Antietam.
.V WASHINGTON, Sep'tember 18.-Om
of the principal objects of interest a
Antietam (just West of tho mail
stand and within the cemetery en
closure) is a limestone rock, some si:
feet long by two or three feet high
known far and wide throughou
Washington County os Lee's Rock
from the fact that it is said that Gen
Lae stood theroon during the fierces
fight at Antietam, directing tho ope
rations of the Confederate army
During the day, a party of curiosity
hunters were busily engaged in chit,
ping pieces of the rock as relief
McClellan's position during tho figl:
was pointed ont near a red fan
house, in a position a little less con
in an din g than that occupied by Lei
The following illustrates tho harmon
of tho ceremonies: The loud coll fe
Gov. Geary, of Pennsylvania, on tl
conclusion of the address of ex-Go1
Bradford, showed that many Peni
sylvanians were present, anel tin
there was an under-current of il
feeling, on account of somo sli^h
real or fancied, to tho Governor, i
his name not appearing in the pr
gramme. The outcry for Gov. Gear;
for the time being, overpowered th
calls for the President, and prevente
a word of the reading of tho poe
from being heard. Tho brass bai
essayed to perform a piece, with
little effect, and finally, after a hu
ried consultation on tho stand, Go
Geary was induced to present hil
self and ask that the programr
shoulel bo gone through with wit
out interruption. When ho sub?
quently spoke, after tho proceedin
wore ended, he showed considorab
feeling. The President and membe
of the Cabinet left the stand wh
Gov. Geary was speaking, in ord
to proceed to Keedysville to take t
train, and this proceeding was tak
by some of tho friends of tho Govi
nor as an intentional slight. Gc
Geary opened his speech: "Folio
citizens: After all yon havo heo
to-day, I had supposed you wot
want nothing moro. The program]
oponed and concluded with pray
Those who have waited must come
at tho last hour; but, my friends,
still have a place in the hearts of \
people. (Applause.) When you co
to Pennsylvania, wo lot everybc
speak. Wo want to hear thanks
Almighty God for his preservati
and caro of tho country. Wo hi
no gag. (Applause.) Wo havo
programmes for this purpose. (]
NASHVILLE, Septomber 18.-A
legation from Jackson County [
arrived hero, with a petition for
removal of tho militia, who aro der
dating. Tho delegation indu
Senator Muse, (a radical.) Th
militia men, implicated in Mn
Partman's murder, havo escaped.
WASHINGTON, Septembor 18.-'.
Presidential party arrived snfelj
1 o'clock, this morning.
Internal revenue receipts to
Tho Maryland constitutional e
tion is progressing ejuietly. 1
adoption of tho Constitution, b
large majority, is certain. It r
fishes test oaths from Confedera
and admits negro testimony in
Many clerks of tho department
framing copies of tho Preside
proclamation tho second, thro
their respectivo chiefs. Underlay
tho levity which tho unusual ]
ceeding produces, there appear.1
bc much earnest feeling.
Advices from the City of Mexico of
tho 9th state that Juarez refused to
deliver Maximilian's body to Admiral
Tegethoff, without documentary re?
quest from Maximilian's kinsmen.
Tho Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows,
in session at New York, consumed
the first day in arguments regarding
There were five hundred and twelve
deaths in New York last week-a de?
crease of forty-nine.
Gen. Lee is at the Heated Springs,
Virginia. He has been quito ill, but
Edward Spengler writes from the
Dry Tortugas, Septemtor Otb, that
he is busy, day and night, making
coffins. His fellow-prisoner, Dr.
Mudd, (the post doctor being Bick,)
is treating yellow fever very success?
RICHMOND, September 18.-The
voting on the railroad subscription
closed to-day, without altering the
result. About 200 black votes were
thrown out, from the fact that they
had forgotten tho names they regis?
tered by and handed in votes under
AUGUSTA, September 18.-The sol?
diers and freedmen prominent in the
late disturbances, have been arrested.
The former will bo tried by court
martial, and the latter by civil court.
An inoffensive white citizen was set
upon and badly cut this evening, by
somo soldiers, who, it is supposed,
took him for a colored man.
CHARLESTON, September 18.-Ar?
rived-Steamer Alliance and schooner
W. F. Cashing, Philadelphia; brig
Bellona, Middleboro, England.
NEW ORLEANS, September 18.
Yellow fever deaths to 6 o'clock this
morning forty-six. The fever is
spreading among tho towns in the
interior of this State.
A colored judge presided this
morning, for the first time, on tho
bench of the First District of the
Recorder's Court in this city.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL..
NEW YORK, September 18-Noon. |
-Flour a shade firmer. Wheat 1>?C.
better. Oats }><c. lower. Pork
$24.12>??24.25. Cotton dull, at 24^
@25. Stocks heavy and excited.
Money 6 per cent. Gold strong, at
7 P. M.-Cotton steady; sales 900
bales, at 24!.<@25. Flour active and
advanced ?0@20c. ; State $8.47.
Wheat active, and l@2c. better
amber State $2.50; white Southern
$2.40. Corn active-Western mixed
$email@example.com. Oats active-Western
67?69. Mess pork $2431. Whiskey
quiet-bond 36?10. Stock market
heavy and excited. Money 6@7 per
cent. Gold 45 ??. The gold market
was strengthened by the decline in
bonds in Europe, and reports of fur?
ther troubles in the cotton trade.
Governments dull, and stocks much
depressed, and almost panicky at tho
close-prices falling l(?2c. The
balance in sub-treasury is $127,000,000
gold. Notes $58,300.
BALTIMORE, September 18.-Cotton
very dull, and quotations barely
maintained. Coffee quiet-Rio sold
at 17}.<. Flour quiet and somewhat
firmer. Wheat firmer-prime to
choice red $2.40@2.G0. Com $1.20;
yellow $1.28. Oats $G2@GG. Rice
CINCINNATI, September 18.-Flour
firm and in good demand, at full
prices. Corn firm-$1.03 for No. 1.
Cotton dull-nominal 20-no demand.
Provisions firmer, and nil articles
higher. Mess pork in demand at $24,
but could not have been bought for
less than $25. Racou held at 14|?>
for shoulders and clear sides. Lard
NEW ORLEANS, September 18.
Sales of cotton 400 bales-low mid?
dling 21)^; ?eceipts 594 bales. Prime
Louisiana sugar 10. Flour quiet and
unchanged. Corn in better demand
and firm-yellow $1.18; white $1.20.
Pork dull and drooping, at $27.12^.
Bacon steady and firm-shoulders
1G; clear sides 19?4; sugar-cured
hams 25>?. Gold 44%.
MOBILE, September 18.-Cotton in
fair demand; sales 300 bales; market
closed quiet and steady-middlings
21; receipts 133.
CHARLESTON, September 18.-Cot?
ton irregular, with a declining ten?
dency; sales 2G bales-middling 22@
AUGUSTA, September 18.-Cotton
moro active; sales 89 bales-middling
SAVANNAH, September 18.-Cotton
quiet and unchanged; sales 110 bales
-middlings 22!.j; receipts 310 bales.
LONDON, September 18-Noon.
Consols 94 9-1G; bonds 72%.
LIVERPOOL, Septomber 18-Noon.
-Cotton steady and more doing.
LONDON, September 18-2 P. M.
Consols 94 13-16. Bonds 72%.
LIVERPOOL, September 18-P. M.
Cotton very active, but not quotably
changed. Breadstuff's quiet. Provi?
THE BOOKS aro now opon at tho Pal?
metto Kunine Houao for,tinal Revision
of Names Registered in Upper Box of this
city. They will bo closed af o'clock p. m.,
TO-MORROW, tho 20th inst.
Tho Hoard will be at tho old leo House,
on Washington street, on SATURDAY,.tho
21st, and continuo there tho following
week, during which timo tho Rooks will bo
open for public inspection.
On tho28th and 30th, tho sessi " for final
Revision of Names Registered in Lower
Box, will tako place.
M. J. CALNAN,
Chairman Board Registration,
Sept li) S 2d Precinct, Richland Dist.
DEATH OF GEN. GRIFFIN.-A tele?
gram in the Baltimore papers of
Monday announces the death of Gen.
Griffin, in Galveston, of yellow fever.
Gen. Griffin was next in rank to Gen.
Sheridan in the Fifth Military Dis?
trict, and on the rer oval of that
officer, assumed the temporary com?
mand of the district. He was gene?
rally known at the South for his
order forbidding publie honors to be
paid to the remains of Gen. Albert
The English Reformers having se?
cured an extension of the right of
suffrage, no not appear tobe satisfied,
but are pushing on for a further
advance. At the next session of
Parliament they will demand man?
hood suffrage and tho vote by ballot.
England marches steadily on towards
universal suffrage, and it seems hard?
ly possiblo that the revolution begun
there can bo stopped now.
Blind Tom, who has just returned
from Europe, was met on landing in
New York by a delegation of colored
citizens, who welcomed him back to
his native soil, (ho was born, how?
ever, in District No. 3,) aud congra?
tulated him on being able to look
once moro on a nation of free people.
Tom briefly replied that he couldn't
A gontleman who his recently re?
turned from a trip through the Coun?
ties North of Atlanta, informs the
Intelligencer that so abundant has been
the yield of corn, that in many places
it is offered at twenty-five centa per
bushel. This looks like the good
The Government has leased the
race track at Atlanta, and will at
once convert it into military barracks
for the accommodation of the 1,000
men who are to be stationed nt that
point. They have rented the place
for five years, at $1,000 per annum.
Tho sugar crop of Louisiana, ac?
cording to the estimate of the New
Orleans Dee, will be double last year's
crop, and will reach 80,000 hogsheads.
Tho Dee has information, upou which
its editors rely, from almost the entire
sugar producing section.
The only daughter of Spotted Tail,
the celebrated Indian chief, is named t
Lizze Euphemia Pocahontas. She
is "finishiug her education" at Oma?
ha. She is learning to sing in Italian
aud play the piano.
The LaGrauge Reporter, of Friday,
has a card from "Many Voters,"
nominating Eaton Cox, a negro of
that place, as candidate for Congress,
in the Third District.
A State constable, of Massachu?
setts, attempted to seize some whis?
key at the military encampment, in
Swampscot, Thursday night, when
he was placed astride a rail and rid?
den off tho ground.
Mr. J. Brown, proprietor of the
Atlas Iron Works, at Sheffield, Eng?
land, has been knighted. He began
life poor, and now his works ure
among tho largest in the world.
The Montgomery Mail says that
the ensuing cotton crop of Alabama
will bo satisfactory. The crop is es?
timated at from 50 to 70,000 bales.
Tho Washington Star says that
Grant will issue au order prohibiting
tho registration of any person who
may bo pardoned.
A five minutes' hail storm destrey
ed 7,000 panes of glass in the Sus?
quehanna Railroad shops.
Springs, Axles, Wagon Boxes, &c.
WE have just received a full as?
sortment of the following:
Bright Elliptic French Head and
Long and Short Arm AXLES, from 1 to
"Wagon and Cart BOXES, from 2 to G in.
Pipe Boxes, assorted from 1 to 2h inches.
Huhs, all bizca, lor Buggies, Carts and
Tire Iron, Oval, Band and Scroll Iron.
Shafts. Bows, Spokes, Felloes, Ac.
For Bale at GHEATLY REDUGU) PRICES, bv
Sept 19 4_J. A T. It. AGNEW. *
Wolfe's s? hircin in Schnapps aro used
all over tho world by tho physicians in their
Prime Cincinnati Sugar-Cured Hams.
By JACOB LEVIN.
ACONSIGNMENT of the abovo just
received-WARRANTED SOUND, or
no salo-and oro offered at LOW RATES,
in quantities to snit purchasers. Cull at
my Auction Room, corner Assembly and
Plain Btrccts, and satisfy yourself.
To All Who Use Liquor.-Wolfe's
Schiedam Schnapps is manufactured in
Holland by a process only known to tho
Eropriotor, and is warranted tho purest
liquor ever manufactured.
GENTLEMEN who aro fond of tho above
GAME, will lind a splendid SALOON
over tho Btoro of
Sept 15 JOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
Dew or thc Alps-Udolpho Wolfo, solo
agont for tho abovo cordial, manufactured
in Geneva, Switzerland, is UBed by all tho
crowned hoads of Europe
Kits of Fresh Mountain Butter,
JUST RECEIVED, and t.? ui.\*.
Also, barrels of Golden and other fino
Svrups. For salo by
Cor. Pendleton and Assembly sts.,
Next to M. M. Cohen's Old Stand,
September 7 Below tho StatoHouso.
Extraordinary Milch Cow for Sale.
I WILL SELL MY FINE
MILCH COW. Sho is tho best,
^perhaps, over offered in this
.market. She has a heifer calf,
six months old, very valuable
August 30 D. P. GREGG.
"Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps arc good
Chicora Base Ball Club.
AN EXTRA MEETING of the above
Club wUl bo held THIS EVENING, at
8 o'clock, in tho Phrenix Hook and Ladder
Honae. I. SULZBACHER, Sccretarv.
Sept 19 1
Confederate Bonds Wanted.
SPECIE. EXCHANGE, BANK BILLS,
STOCKS, BONDS and COUPONS,
Bought and Sold.
CASH advanced on Shipments of Cotton
to Charleston and New York.
Sopt 19 EDWIN J. SCOTT.
Sale of Hardware and Groceries.
UNDER tho authority of tho Court of
Equity, I will offer for salo at public
outcry, on first MONDAY tn October next,
tho remaining stock of GOODS of tho lato
firm ot Kenn? tb A Gibson, consisting of
Hardware and Groceries. Terms cash on
delivery, H. M. GIBSON.
PERSONS having claims against tho
Estate of HENRY SEIDELS, deceased,
aro requested to present them, on or bo
foro tho lat doy of January next.
Sept 19 mo3 H. H. GEIGER, Attorney.
J. F. EISENMANN,
Main Street, Volger's Building,
WOULD respectfully inform
i his friends and tho public, t hat ?
I he is now in recoipt of his F ALLI
uand WINTER 8rOCK of CAS I
SIMERES, CLOTHS and VESTINGS-all
Of tho VERY LATEST STYLES AND PATTEB?S
and which will bo MADE UP in tho BEST
MANNER, at short notice. Those who
mav need a GOOD SUIT, aro invited to
call and examino my stock. Sopt 19 Imo
LOST CERTIFICATE of Fifty Shares in
thc South Carolina Railroad and
Sou th-We s ter n Railroad Bank, (number
and dato uukuown,) in name of James H.
Taylor, Trasteo for H. C. Elmore.
Three months after date, application will
be made to tho propor authorities for ro
newal of tho samo.
JAMES H. TAYLOR,
Trustee for H. C. Elmore and Children.
Columbia, S. C., September 18, 18G7.
LOST CERTIFICATE of Elovon 8hares
in the South Carolina Railroad and
South-Western Railroad Bank, (number
and dato unknown, ) in name of W. J. Tay?
lor, Trustee for H. C. Elmore.
Three months after dato, application will
bo made to tho proper authorities for re?
newal ot tho samo.
W. J. TAYLOR, Trustee.
Columbia, September 18, 1867.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore ex?
isting between tho undersiguod, in tho
grocery business, undi r tho firm of Camp?
bell A Milling, was dissolved, by mutual
consent, on the 13th instant.
JAMES 8. CAMPBELL,
I Tho notep, books and accounts have
been placed in tho hands of Colonel F. W.
McMaster for collection. All thoso indebt?
ed to tho firm will make immediato pay?
ment to bim. JAMES. 8. CAMPBELL,
Sept 17 JAMES MIJ.LINCL_
In great variety, just received and tor sale.
Assembly streot, opposite the Market.
Neatly executed, and at short notice.
Wolfe'? Schiedam Schnapps are imi?
tated and counterfeited, and purchasers
will havo to uso caution in purchasing.
p: ri LRS. CALOMEL.
OU 100 oz. QUININE.
25 oz. SULP. MORPHIA.
10 lbs. CROTON OIL.
50 lbs. CHLOROFORM.
5 lbs. NITRATE SILVER.
200 lbs. GUM CAMPHOR.
1,000 lbs. EPSOM SALTS.
1,000 lbs. FLOR. SULPHUR
2,000 lbs. BLUE STONE.
100 lbs. CREAM TARTAR.
1,000 lbs. COOKING SODA.
2.000 lbs. COPPERAS. For salo low by
FISHER A HEINITSH, Druggists.
MOLASSES AND SYRUP.
fr HHDS. MOLASSES.
O 5 barrels Beo Hive Syrup.
100 sacks Family Flour.
August 23 E. A G. D. HOPE.
Wo are receiving
WHICH will bo sold at a SMALL PROFI'
PRINTS 10 to 20 cents. Fine LONG
Good Brown SHIRTING, 9 to 20 cont
Men's and Boys' WOOLEN8, from 20
DELAINES, ALPACA?, Black and Ci
8. H. M
At tho PariB Exposition.
FIRST PRIZE, GOLD MEDAL,
MOWER AND REAPER COMBINED !
THE number of gentlemen who have
expressed a desire to sec this MOWER
OPERATE, can be gratified THIS MORN?
ING, at 9J o'clock, or THIS AFTERNOON,
at 3?, at Dr. Taylor's Farm.
1ST COM PETITION solicited on this or
any other occasion.
Sopt 19 1 W. D. LOWRANCE.
3d Precinct, Richland District.
THE BOOKS of this Board will bc open?
ed for public inspection at Garner's Mill
Box, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, Sep?
tember 18 and 19. FRIDAY and SATUR?
DAY, September 20 and 21, will bo the days
of final session at that point. MONDAY,
September 23, Registration will closo at
Tho Books will be opened for public in?
spection, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and
THURSDAY, Soptcmbor 24, 25 and 26.
Soptembcr 27 and 28 will ho the days of
final session at Gadsden Box.
C. L. ANDERSON,
Chairman Board Registration
Sept 14 5 3d Precinct Richland Dist.
CRAWFORD & FRIDAY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
DANIEL CRAWFORD JAMES K. FBIDAY. I
ii\ WILL receive on storage COT
B?^rfTON, MERCHANDIZE and COUN
EHSBrRY PRODUCE, and sell or forward
the same when desired. Liberal advancos 1
made on consignments of Cotton through
us to our friends in Charleston or New
York, and forwarded free of charge
Our Ware-house being located adjacent
to tho South Carolina Railroad Depot, the I
item of drayage will cost hut half the
rates as from other parts of tho ^ity.
Rates of Storage on Cotton reduced to
25 cents a bale per month. Aug G ?2mo
TO SOUTOERN MERCHANTS !
BOCK ISLE?O COOPS J
IF von desire to supply yourselves for tho
FALL and WINTER TRADE, with tho
VERY BEST DESCRIPTIONS and STYLES
AND WITH THE MOST DURABLE
Jeans and Kersey Fabrics !
AU free f rom shoddy and other impurities,
Order Samples from tho subscriber, and j
they will bo forwarded, with prices attach?
ed,'during tho months of July and August.
From theao samples you can make your
selections aud return your ordors; and the
goods will bo forwarded directly from the
manufactory. JOHN A. YOUNG,
President Rock Island Manufac. Co.,
Juno 2 4mo Charlotte, N. C.
r\ A C. RAILROAD BONDS.
VDT? C. A 8. C. Railroad Stock.
Now York Exchango.
WANTED-C. A S. C. Railroad Bouda
and Conpons. THOS. E. GREGG A CO.
Butter and Cheese.
FIRKINS GOSHEN BUTTER-reduced
Firkins choice Orango County BUTTER
Also, a fresh supply of that delicious
Butter, in 2J-lb. packages-air and water?
Pine Apple,-English Dairy and primo N.
Y. State Factory Cheese. For salo low by
July 6 ^_?LEP- SYMMER8.
Bacon and Tobacco.
ONE THOUSAND lbs. Country BACON
1,000 lbs. Killiekiniek Smoking Tobacco.
10 boxes low-priced Chewing .*
3 bales 7-8 Heavy Shirting. For salo low
by ALFRED TOLLESON.
BARLEY ! BARLEY! !
WE WANT about 3,000 bnshols of good
cloan Barley, for browing Lager
Beer. Tho cash will bo paid on delivery,
at market rates.
_Augnst_30_J. C. SEEGERS A CO. _
Wo liv'a Schiedam Schnapps aro good
for all urinary complaints.
ly Low Prices!
a Lar..jo Stock of
T on first coat.
-CLOTH, !) to 25 cents,
a. OSNABURGS, 23 cents,
olored, MOHAIR, Ac. At -'
YERS & CO.'S,
Opposite site old City Hotel.
Fine Horse and Spring Wagon.
BY JACOB LEVIN.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will adi,
at my atoro,
A fino Roan Horao and Spring Wagon,
entirely now and in complete order.
Bopt 19_ 1
Attractive Sate of Groceries, <?c.
By JACOB LEVIN.
THIS (Thursday MORNING,) 19th, at 10
o'clock, I will eell, at my auctiou room,
without reserve, for cash,
15 bole. Sugar, asaortcd qualities,
10 bhla. Molasses,
15 hags prime Rio Coffee,
20 boxea No. 1 Adamantine Candles,
20 boxes Family Soap,
15 kegs Leaf Lard,
5 casks primo Cincinnati Hams,
5 bbls. Oidor Vinegar-superior,
25 coils Hemp Rope-good size,
100 lbs. Baling Twine,
100 lbs. Borax,
10 cases fino Bourbon Whiskey,
24 doz. fino Playing Cards.
- boxes Segars in variety- some extra.
fine; Tobacco, Ac. Sept 19
Bacon Strips, Lard, Soaps, Hams, &c.
By D. C. PELX0TT0 & SON.
WE will soil at our Auction Room, TO?
MORROW (Friday) MORNING, tho 20th
instant, at 10 o'clock, without reBorve,
and to bo closed out,
1,500 lbs. fino Now York StripB,
25 casks Hams,
20 boxes Colgate's Family Soap,
20 boxes Cheese,
10 tubs fino Lard,
10 boxes Victorino Toilot Soap,
2G boxos Knickerbocker Tranapar't 8oap,
10 boxes Hopo Co.'a Toilet Soap,
Bbls. Crackers, Segars, Tobacco, Pipes,
1 Sewing Machine, in good ordor,
1 lino large Wardrobe,
1 Office Beek and Stools. Sept 19
JACOB LEVIN, AUCTIONEER.
Rebecca Porto ct al. vs. Caroline Davis el
al.-Bid for Partition.
PURSUANT to the decrotul ordor in the
above stated case, I will soil, before
tho Court HOUBO, in Columbia, on tho
FIRST MONDAY in October next, at ll
o'clock, all that LOT OF LAND, in tho city
of Columbia, together with the buildings
thereon, boinded North by Senate street,
East by lot lato of Rebecca P. Bailey,
South by lot lato of B. Reilly, and West by
hmd of G. Lundy, upon tho following
terms: One-fourth cash; the balance on a
credit of one, two and threo years, in equal
instalments, with interest annually from
day of Balo, secured by bond, and a mort?
gage of the premises sold.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
Thomas Boyne rs. Bryant Bailey.-Bill to
PURSUANT to the decretal order in the
abovo stated caso, I will sell, before
tho Court House, at ll o'clock, on the
FIRST MONDAY in October next, all that
LOT OF LAND, in the city of Columbia,
together with tho buildings thereon,
bounded North by cstato of C. Rook, East
by Sumter street, South by lot of Benj.
Mordecai, and Wost by lota of T. Boyne
and othcra, containing three-fourths of an
aero, moro or less, upon tho following
terms, viz: So much cash as will pay the
costs of thc suit and expenses of salo; tho
balanco upon a credit of ono and two
years, secured by bond and mortgage,
with personal security.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. B. D.
Jacob C. Lyons, Executor, vs. Wilsou
Glover and wife.-Bill to Foreclose Mort
PURSUANT to tho dccrotal ordor in tho
abovo stated case, 1 will sell, before
tho Court House, iu Columbia, on the
FIRST MONDAY in October noxt.at ll
o'clock, all that LOT OF LAND, with the
buildings theroon, situated in the city of
Columbia, containing one-seventh of an
acre, moro or less, fronting Eaat on Gates
street, 44 feet, bounded Eaat by Gates
street. South by Joseph Taylor, West by
Mary Hays, North by Mary Purvie.
Terms of sale-Sufhcient cash to pay
tho costs of suit and expenses of sale;
balance on a credit of twelve months, in?
terest from day of sole, secur jd by bond
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
Arthur W. Kennedy vs. Wm. B. Elkins et
al.-Bill for Foreclosure.
PURSUANT to the order of tho Court in
tho abovo stated caso, I will soil, beforo
tho Court Houso, in Columbia, on tho
FIRST MONDAY in October next, at ll
o'clock, all that LOT, PIECE or PARCEL
OF LAND, iu Richland District, fifteen
mile:, abovo Columbia, bounded on the
North by Frederick Entzmingerand ostato
of Minor Craig, East by ostato of Minor
Craig and L. C. Brennan, South by Levi T.
Sharp and Androw McLclland, and Weet
by Androw W. McLclland and Frederick
Kntamingor, containing 47 acres, more or
less, upon tho following terms, viz: So
much cash as will pay tho costs of suit
?md expenses of sale; balance on a credit
of twolvo months, with interest from date,
to bo secured by bond, with two or more
good sureties, and a mortgago of the
Purchasers to pay for papera.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
j Sept 11 _jlO _
Wesley D. Hornsby, Joseph Ed wi rds, el
xix., et al., r.s. James B. Hornsby, Wm. E.
Martin, Administrators, et al.-Bill for
Partition and Account.
PURSUANT to tho decretal ordor in the
above stated case, I will sell, beforo .tho
Court House, in Columbia, on tho FIRST
MONDAY in October next, at ll o'clock,
all that TRACT OF LAND, in tho District
of Richiand, bounded on tho North by
lands of William Douglass, South on lands
of Hart Maxcy, East on tho Winnsboro
Road and lands of Jacob Geiger, and
houth-oast on lauds of Christina Dent,
and West on lands of Freo Mary-tho said
tract containing 280 acros, moro or loss.
All that pieoo, parcel or TRACT of LAND,
situated also in Richland District, bounded
on tho North by lands of John Stack, South
on lands of Robert N. Lewis, to tho East
on lands of-, and on tho West by
lands of Wesley Hornsby, containing SO
acres, moro or less.
TcrmH of salo-One-third cash, tho ba?
lanco payable twelvo months after date,
secured by bond, with suflieient sureties,
and mortgage ol tho property sold.
Purchasers to pay for pupers.
D. li. DESAUSSURE, t'. E. R. D.
Sept ll }10