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MANCHESTER, September 20.--A
strong police force, while taking ?he
Fenians Kelly and Deasy to the
depot, were attacked by a mob and,
the prisoners rescued. One police?
man was killed and several injured.
Many *! of^the rioters wore seriously
LATER.-Another policeman is
dead. Kelly is still at large.
A Row In th? Camp.
RALEIGH, September 20.-The Ra?
leigh Jicgisler, edited by Daniel R.
Goodloc, the recognized organ of the
Republican party of this State, de?
nounces the recent radical conven?
tion, and ia bitter, seathing terms
excommunicates Holden and his co?
adjutors. The party is certainly
hopelessly divided. The constitu?
tional union men are to hold an
immense muss mooting on next Fri?
day, the 27th. All of the most in?
fluential prominent citizens signed
NEW YORK, September 20.-The
Hudson River steamboats "Dean
Richmond" and "C. Vanderbilt" col?
lided near Roundout, nt 1 o'clock,
this morning. Tho Richmond sunk
in an hour; the Vanderbilt was little
injured. None lost.
CHATTANOOGA, September 20.-The
Crutohfield House was totally de?
stroyed by fire at G o'clock to-night.
The fire was caused by the breaking
of a number of kerosene lamps in the
oil room. Tho flames caught the oil
in the barrels, flashed up and spread
all over the house in ten minutes.
Littlo property saved except in tho
lower stories. The fire originated in
a wooden addition and ascended,
catching the upper story of tho brick
part. There were several narrow
escapes but no lives lost. Loss about
3150,000, insured for ?45,000.
AUGUSTA, Septemcer 20.-General
Pope has ordered an election to* be
held in Georgia, commencing Tues?
day, 20th October, and continuing
three days, at which registered voters
may vote for convention or against
convention; also for delegates to
constitute Baid convention, in case a
majority of votes so decided. The
senatorial districts as established by
tho State laws are adopted for the ?
purposes of representation. Tho con?
vention to consist of 1G9 delegates.
The instructions are generally the
same as those issued for the election
NORTH PLATTE, via Omaha, Sep?
tember 19.-Tho commission held a
council with Spotted Tail, Turkey
Leg and other chiefs, to-day. The
Indian ultimatum is tho withdrawal
of the troops from the Powder River
country and the abandonment of
Smoky Hill and the Pacific Railroad.
They also demand guns, ammunition
and presents. The commission will
reply to-morrow. War seems inevi?
WASHINGTON, September 20.-She?
ridan and Sickles are here. Han?
cock leaves in a few days for St. Louis.
Tho Cabinet meeting lasted two
hours. Grant was absent.
Internal rovenuo receipts, to-day,
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has
received nothing confirmatory of the
extraordinary demand of tho Indians
on the North Platte.
The national council of American
merchants assembles in Baltimore on
the 24th inst.
A. T. Stewart is dead. Ho leaves
Gov. Fenton had a prolonged in?
terview with Grant to-day.
NEW ORLEANS, September 20.
General Mower has issued an order
similar to that of Canby, regarding
Confederates who were self-exiled
and have since returned, and ure now
subject to parole.
Interments from yellow fever to 6
o'clock this morning sixty-six.
CHARLESTON, September 20.-Ar?
rived at quarantine-Steamship Geor?
gia, from Havana for New York,
short of fuel.
RICHMOND, September 20.-An?
other negro, to-day, sued the Rich?
mond, Fredericksburg and Potomac
Railroad, for non-admittance to a
first class car, upon a first oloss
tickot, purohaseu in Now York. The
company determined to t stand the
snit and test the quest on for railroads
PANAMA, September 12.-Burton,
tho lato Minister to Colombia, denies
tho report of a negotiation for tho
annexation of tho isthmus to tho
"Wolfe** Schicilum Schnapps arc, re?
commended by nil tlio medical faculty.
A STATIONARY STEAM ENGINE,
J\. horao power, in completo order: plain
cylinder boiler, 34 feet long, by 80 inches
diameter; heater M icol long,by 2? inches
diameter; iron smoko-stack,with cast iron
bottom, plato and damper. Also, a Circu?
lar SAW MILL. The < illino and caw mill
can bo scon at the Cohgaroo [ron Works.
Apply to it. MCDOUGALL,
Columbia, S. 0.
f tap Tho Charlotta AtyAf will copy threo
times weekly, and forward hill to thia
office. Sept 20
FINANCIAL. AND COJIMEHCUL.
NEW YOBK, September 20-Koon.
-Flour firm. Pork lower-$24 3-16
@24}?. Cotton quiet, at 24)?. Stocks
excited and panicky. Money 7 per
cent. Gold 43,i?. Sterling 9^t^
7 P. M.-Cotton dull and declin?
ing; sales 700 bales, chiefly at 24>?.
Flour dull and declining-State 8S\25 j
@11; Southern steady-common to]
choice new $email@example.com.. Wheat]
dull and lower-amber State $2.50.
Mixed corn $firstname.lastname@example.org. Oats de-!
dining-Ohio 71 *?@72. Pork heavy,
at $24.25. Lard"steady, at 13%@
14%. Stocks active, but lower; call
money 7. Gold 43'?.
BALTIMORE, September 20.-Coffee |
-very small sales; Rio 18J^. Good
flour firmer; family and extra ad?
vanced 50o. ; superfine 25c. ; common
and medium grades strong, at pre?
vious rates. Wheat firm and closed
advancing-primo red $email@example.com;
ohoico $firstname.lastname@example.org. White corn
$1.25; yellow $1.33. Oats 66@68.
Rice 18@30. Shoulders 15; rib sides
17^4; clear rib 18@18>?. Mess pork
steady, at $25. Western lard 14!,f.
NEW ORLEANS, September 20.
Sales of cotton 150 bales; market
dull and unsettled-low middlings
21><i; receipts of tho week 1,771;
exports 493; stock 17,018 bales.
Flour steady and firm-superfine $9;
double extra 810.12,' X. Corn scarce
and advanced 5c.-white SI.30. Oats
held at 80-sales at 75. Pork dull
holders ask $27.25. Bacon steady
and firm-shoulders 16; clenr sides
19$?; sugar-cured hams 25 " X, jobbing
rates. Lard quiet and firm-prime
tierces 14%. Gold 43'.<.
MOIIILE, September 20.-Tho de?
mand for cotton is good with princi?
pally better grades; sales 600 bnles
middling 21; receipts for tho week
2,145 bales; exports 1,748bales; sales
2,375 bales; stock on hand 5,697
AUGUSTA, September 20.-Colton
more active, but prices weaker-mid?
dling 21,'ii ; sales 124 bales.
CHARLESTON, September 20.-Cot?
ton somewhat easier-middling 22@
22 ' ._> ; sales 80 bales.
SAVANNAH, September 20.-Cotton
dull and declining; sales seventy-four
bales; receipts 311-middlings 211..
LIVERPOOL, September 19-Even?
ing.-Notwithstanding business was
moderately active, cotton declined
fullv Hd.; sales 12,000 bales -up?
lands 9%; Orleans d%.
LIVERPOOL, September 20-Noon.
-Cotton opens quiet-uplands 9;'?;
LONT>ON, September 20-Noon.
Consols 94%. Bonds 73. Tho bul?
lion in tho Bank of England has in?
LIVERPOOL, September 20-Even?
ing.-Tho brokers' circular reports |
the sales of cotton for the week at
75,000 bales; exports 16,000; stock
837,000, of which 270,000 are Ame?
Wolfe's BeUIedam Sclimij>i>s correct*
tho change of wator.
HHDS. prime SIDES and SHOULDERS.
Dbl?, primo LEAF LARD.
Tierces Davis* DIAMOND HAMS.
Kegs choieo (Orange Countv) RUTTER.
Dbla. SUGARS-all grades."
Bbl?. CRACKERS, fresh, including
Milk, Sugar, R- 'ter and Snap.
Boxes CHEES . -E. D. and Cutting.
Bbls. New Irish POTATOES-Northern.
Bags COFFEE-Java, Laguira and Rio.
With a FULL and COMPLETE STOCK
o? GROCERIES, for salo at LOWEST
CASH PRICES, by
C. H. BALDWIN & CO.
THE BOOKS aro now open at thc Pal?
metto Engine HOUBO for.tinal Revision
of Names Registered in Upper Box of this
city. They will be closed at 3 o'clock p. m.,
on SATURDAY, thc 21st inst.
Tho Don rd will bo at tho old leo House,
on Washington street, on MONDAY, the
23d, and continuo thero tho following
week, during which timo the Booka will be
opou for public inspection.
On the28th and 30th, the session for dual
Revision of Names Registered in Lower
Box, will take place.
M. J. CALNAN,
Chairman Board Registration,
Sept 19 5 2d Precinct, Richland Dist.
To All Wno Use Liquor-Wolfe's
Schied? ;n Schnapps ia manufactured iu
Holland by a process only known to tho I
proprietor," ana is warranted the purest1
Liquor ever manufactured.
CAUTION! CAUTION! !
IT has como to our krtowledgo that per?
sons from tho country and citv, order?
ing that GREAT MKDICINB, tho QUEEN'S
DELIGHT, have their orders filled by an?
other medicine, called Epping's Sarsapa?
rilla. This ie a pernicious habit on the
part of any druggist or apothecary to
mako such substitutions, and it must re?
flect upon their pharmaceutical knowledge
to say to their customers that they aro tho
same, when it ia known thoy do not know
thc constituents or tho medicino Queen's
Delight, as prepared by Heinitsh.
This is to caution tho peoplothat "HEI
NTTSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT" is an en?
tirely different article-a now pharmaceu?
tical product nnd combination of roots and
gnras. and is tho only medicino that por?
t?nos so many extraordinary cures among
tho people. Over 1,000 bottles have been
sold at our storu in less than olevon
months, and tho demand increasing from
all parts of tho country.
Purchasers should be careful to ask for
"Hcinitsh's Queen's Delight." This is tho
name. Please remember it -"Queen's De?
light ." Por sale by
FISHER A HEINITSn,
Wholesale ami Retail Druggists.
_ Aug IS ~*_
Wolfe's Schiedam S<lmii,?ns have
been before the American public for tho
las-t eighteen years.
Proceedings of Council.
COLUMBIA, September 17, 1867.
Fisher, Geiger, Hunt, Radcliffe,
Stork, Walter and Weam. Not being
a quorum present, the Council was
not called to order.
J. S. McMAHON, City Clerk.
COLUMBIA, September 18, 1867.
Fisher, Geiger, Hunt, McDonald,
RadeUffe, Stork, Walter and Weam.
On motion, Alderman Radcliffe was
called to the Chair. The minutes of
the last regular mooting were read
A petition from Thomas Davis was
presented, praying that Council
would give him permission to extend
the pavement in front of his build?
ings on Main street some two feel
into tho street. Referred to thc
Committee on Streets.
A petition from J. Clendiuing was
presented, praying that he bo allowee
to appropriate thirty inches of tin
pavement opposite his residence, or
Marion street, in order that he ma\
have an entrance to his basement
Referred to the Committee on Streets
A petition from John Jeans, Presi
dent of tho Phoenix Hook and Lad
der Company, calling tho attentioi
of the City Council to tho insecur
condition of thc building used as th
office of the City Clerk, and praying
that the necessary repairs bo made
was referred to thc Committee o:
A petition from Mrs. C. Baragh:
praying that. Council would roftin
three months license on a cock-pil
was presented, and on motion wr
laid on tho tabb;.
A communication from Henry A
Heiser's Sons, New York, in referent
to the payment of four bonds an
coupons of the city of Columbi!
was received, and referred to tl
Committee of Ways and Means.
Assistant Policeman G. F. Coop?
tendered his resignation, which wi
Applications for tavern license,
retail spirituous liquors, were reeeiv?
from tho following persons : D. <
Speck, James Claffoy, John Stor
James Cleutliniug, Crowley & Cc
M. Brannan, F. Carri, T. S. Nick?,
son, W. C. Strickland; also, for quo
license from Richard Allen, liefern
to the Committee on Licenses.
Tho following accounts were pi
seuted, and referred to tho Committ
J. C. Dial, against thc mark?
guard house and street departmoi
Hnssung ?fe ?Jotz, against the str?.
department; and E. & Gr. D. Hoj
I against tho alms house.
! Tho City Clerk presented his rep?
for the month of August, lief er rc
I The Clerk of tho Market present
j his report for tho month of Align
Tho Chief of Police presented 1
report for tho month of Augu
The Committee of Ways nud Mei
presented tho following report:
Tho Committee of Ways anti Mei
have considered the petition in aid
tho "Palmetto Fire Company"
Columbia, and regret to say, tl
eau devise no means to afford tho
asked for, at present.
J. FISHER, Chairman
Report received and adopted.
The Committee on Accounts
ported, recommending that the
count of R. W. Johnson, for rep
to Scale House, S3, bo paid. Rej
receivod and adopted.
The Committeo on Market rep
eil tho monthly report of the Cl
of tho Market, for tho month
July, as being correct. Conctn
Tho Committee on Licenses f
mitteil a report, recommending I
tavern license bo granted to Dei
McGuinnis. Report received
Tho following reports wero
sonted by special committees:
7b the Honorable the Mat/or and At
men of the City of Columbia.
GENTLEMEN: Your Committeo
pointed to examine tho city propt
on the corner of Richardson
Washington streets, adjoining tin
lately exchanged with tho ludo
dent Fire Engine Company, oi
animation, it is found that the
is entitled to 208 feet four inche
Washington streot. To grant
prayer of tho Independent Fire
[ gino Company, to allow them f<
eight feet of the West end of thc
will leave to tho ci'y 160 feet
inches, from which deiluct an
trauco alley of ten foot, will
leave lf>0 feet four inches boil
space which we think ample,
therefore recommend that tho f
eight feet be granted to tho J
pendent Fire Eugine Company,
further recommend that the lin
tween tho city property and th
Mr. P. F. Frazeo bo definitely
without delay. Respectfully sui
ted, J. FISHER,
J. A LEX AND Kl
Report received and adopted.
TD Ilia Honor Iii1*. Mayor and Aldi
of the city of Columbia.
GENTLEMEN : The Special <
mitten io whom was referred th
count of Col. T. J. Robcrtsoi
three hundred uuil ninety-eight
-wood, which was cat on lands be
longing to tho city, haye had an in?
terview with- Col; Robertson. His
proposition is $4.00 per cord, cash,
or oity bonds at present market rates.
Your Committee would beg that
Council aot in this case, so that your
Committee can be relieved.
On motion, the Special Committee
was discharged from tho further con?
sideration of tho above claim.
Tho Chief of Felice reported F.
Carri, and-Boushell, for retail?
ing spirituous liquors without n
On motion, it was ordered that the
?rial of these parties be postponed
until tho next regular meeting of
Council, Ibero being some informali?
ties existing, which rendered such a
On motion, Council adjourned'.
j. s. MCMAHON,
A List of Letters
REMAINING in tho Post Office, Colum?
bia, S. C., Bop tomber 21,1807. Porsons
calling for loiters in thin lint, will please
say they aro advertised.
Addison, W H .Tonos, J) N
Alston, Mrs Bilby Jones, John V?'.
Alen, J M Jones, George
Alexander, Wm Lune, J T
Arthur, Anna Loapheart, Edmona
Blauding, Mrs Sally L:awvs, Miss Martha
Dobo, Mrs I) C Lcscsure, Philis
Bonds, Miss Hiere Lucius, Mrs M E
Howen, Mrs Mary M Lynch. Miss ll S
Dower, Miss Jos'ph'nMeGaugo, Mrs Agnes
Hums, W H McLeod, M Dann i
Combs, Simon Mombv, Eagtitlodnv
('rois, Miss F 2 Mor -, "Mi s Marv .la?"
Dent, 1 N Mo ton, Mrs Charlotte
Dlira, M George OTIonrn, Morris
Duan, Timothy Orr, Mrs K A
DuBorie, F ll l'< lion, dove A
Dnulan, Miss HarrietPierson, Mrs Bet sie
Edwards, N G Prothor, I lan ic!
Fenton, M ?as Martha,Kobolds, Lev \Y S
for Caroline-Rollins, John
Frazier, Miss M F. Bhioll, A
Green, Ned Smitli, F J
Groves, Stewart Taylor, Mes Hcnr'ta
Harris, Oliver .1 Thomas, Cd N
Hcrnola, Mrs Kai,- Walker, Mrs L
Hogan, Mrs J W While, Mi-.s Kate
Hopkins, Mrs LamarWhitmy, Miss H F
Hutchison, Mrs Liz. Wilson, 'Thomas
Sept 21 J. C. JAN.,KV. P. M.
By His Excellency JAMES L. ORR,
Governor of South Carolina.
WHEREAS information has been com?
municated to this Department that
an atrocious murder was committed in tho
Disttict of Laurens, on tho 10th inst., by
ROBERT W. YOUNO, freedman, upon the
person of George Dial, freedman, and that
the said YOUNG has lied from justice.
Now know ye that I, said JAMES L.
ORR, Governor and Commander-in-Chief
in and over tho State aforesaid, to the. end
that said YOUNG may bo brought to trial
and condign punishment, do hereby oder a
reward of TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS for
bia arrest and safe delivery in any jail in
this State, and ONE HUNDRED AND
FIFTY DOLLARS for bis a.vcst and safo
delivery in any jail in the United States.
Tho said YOUNG is about live feet ton
inches high, stoutly built, and is of a very
dark copper color. Ho weighs about ono
hundred and seventy live pounds and has
one front tooth missing - probably an eye?
tooth. Ho bas a loud strong voice, gene?
rally laughs in speaking, stoops somewhat,
bas a quick motion in walking, and is a
blacksmith by trade.
In witness whereof I have signed my
name, und caused tho great seal of
tho State to bo adixod, in the city of
[u s ]Columbia, this 18th day of Septem?
ber, 1807, and in tho ninety-second
year of tho independence of tho
United States of America.
JAMES L. ORR,
Sept 21 2 Governor of South Carolina.
C*>- Laurens and Clinton papers copy
Estate of Mrs. S. C. Hall.
ALL persons having demands against
tho ESTATE OF MRS. S. C. HALL,
deceased, will present them, legally at?
tested; and all indebted to thc said estate
will make pavment to
F. W. UoUASTER, Attorney for Heirs,
Aug 8 sl2 No. 5 Law Range, Columbia.
Estate of Mrs. Agnes Law.
ALL persons having demands against
tho ESTATE OF MRS. AGNES LAW,
deceased, will present them, legally at?
tested; and all indebted to tho said estato
will make pavment to
F. W. MCMASTER, Executor,
Aug 3 al2 No. 5 Law Range, Columbia.
Estate ot G. V. Antwerp.
THE notes and ac ounts of G. V. ANT?
WERP and J. F. EISEN MANN A CO.
Lavo been placed in my hands for col?
lection, by II. P. DeGra?f, Executor of G.
V. Antwerp, deceased. Demands against
tho estato must bo presented, legally at?
tested. Debtors may savo costs by calling
and making promises to pav.
F. W. MCMASTER, Attorney at Law,
Aug " R12 NO. 5 Law Range, Columbia.
Extraordinary Milch Cow for Sale.
_I WILL SELL MY FINE
C*^?5y MILCH COW. She is tho best,
vTIWl11'1 hail.', over offered in this
_ ???i??JLniai ket. She has a heifer calf,
six months old, very valuable.
August M\ D. P. GRECO.
TH0S. E. GREGG & CO.,
CJTOCKS, Bonds, Gold and Exchange
? bought and sold. Onice at GREGG &
! CO.'S. July :tl
Woirc'nJSchic-rin m Schnapp* are good
for nil kidney amt bladder complaint?.
HAYING pro nred a RE
LIARLE ASSISTANT, nv
tfProaHLm patrons eau no,\ he as c til -
*-*-LLi T " F eieutlv ?.. rved ns rormorly.
Augast 81 D. l\ GREGG.
mm AS us??t ?
NOW IN STORE.
SUITS FROM $7.50 TO $00.
AFULL LINE OF
NEW STYLE PAPER AND LINEN COLLARS.
A splendid linc of FRENCH and ENG?
LISH CASSI MERE, which will be made to
order in thc LATEST STYLES and at LOW
K.-< rylbing that is new in thc way of
II ATS! v. j
X. ll.-Our CLOTHING i-* nearlvallof
OCR OWN MANUFACTURE.
Sept 20 MAIN STREET.
CAMDEN, S. C.
jj^ip^^T^ pleasure in informing his
aHu^fBRiAja iii''"?lr. ?uni the publicgen
Wi ' ' rr^nffTfelcriillv. that he han rc-onen
ed mo DKKALH HOUSE, which hau been
thoroughly renovated, and ia now ready
for the accommodation of tho traveling
public, whose patrouagc in respectfully so?
licited. COACHES always in readiness to
convey passengers to and from tho hotel.
Tho Proprietor promises lo do all in his
power for the comfort of his guests.
Sent lo .1. W. HOPPERS, Proprietor.
The Clendining House,
Novth-west Corner Camden and Marion Sts.
iyNA"^Y IN OUDEI1 to meet thc
Mtr-t^xikA?L I1,'l','""'t'(H ?f tho times,
nfl?ilEyt?fe. ''11 ' ril^e!j,,f board for tran
B^j-txH^Jflj>Tr^ii :it hoarders will hereaf?
ter bo $2 per day. Single meals .r>0 cents.
Traveling guests will lind the best ac?
commodations and large und airy cham?
bers, on reasonable terme.
Attached to tho House is a neat and pri?
vat.; RAR-ROOM, where the best o? Li?
quors, Whiskey, Urandy, Gin, Ac, will
always be found, ami at reduced prices
from those ordinarily charged at the pre?
August 30 imo J. CLENDINING.
MPERSONS who desire to pass the
summer montliH in a healthy Hection,
where good wiitor and mountain air are
the principal attractions, can bo comfort?
ably accommodated at the WALHALLA
HOTEL. Trains now run daily each way.
Hoard bv the week or month at reasonable
rates. " D. RIEMANN.
July 0 ?lmo
St. James Hotel,
KEW ORLEANS, LA.
r n o P R 1 E T o n s :
WM. A. HURD, of Now Orleans.
W. F. CORET.P.Y, spottswood Hotel, Rich?
*a~ Telegraph and Railroad Offices in
rotunda of Hote l. July 3 (lino
1 NOTIIER-tho latest production of
?TL Miss Muhlbach's pen.
Randolph Gndan, and other stories, by
"Ouida," author of Idalia, Chindes, Ac.
Last Chronicle of Raract; by Anthony
Trollope; with illustrations.
Youth's History of Great Civil War, for
1801 to 1805; by R. O. Horton. Subscrip?
Globe Edition of Bulwcr's Novels, on
tinted paper, bound in green Morocco
cloth. Each novel sold separately.
Uso, a number of Rooks in the German
DUFFIE A CHAPMAN'S
August 17 Bookstore.
I?e^v of tl?c Alps.-.Thia cordial has
only to l>e tasted to be appreciated.
AND nER SON-an Historical Novel;
Christianity and its Conflicts; by Marcy.
Called to Account; by tho author of "On
Guard." 50 Cents.
No Mail's Friend -a Novel; by Robin?
son. 7"> Cents.
The Doom, ami other new Poems; by
And mher now publications, for sale at
McCARTER'S New Rookstore,
At R. L. BRYAN'S Old Stand,
August 17 Mainstreet.
Bill to Foreclose Mortgage.
Charles M. Furman, Trustee, vs. tho Green?
ville and Columbia Railroad Company
Order calling in Creditors.
IN pursuancu of tho decretal order in
tho nbovo stated case, "the creditors
of the Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Company holding bonds and coupons co?
vered by" the mort ?cago bearing dato 18th
January, 1854, and referred to billie plead?
ings, and all creditors having any interest
under said mortgage," aro hereby rcqnircd
to present and provo their demands before
me, at my nineo, in Columbia, on or before
the ll rat day of January next, "or that
they bo excluded from all benclit of tho
decree to bo rendered in thia case. Tin iso
I who choose tu como in as parties com?
plainants aro allowed to do BO, and thoec
who wish,to do so, mav c >mo in as de?
fendants. D. R. DESAUSSURE,
Juno 20 we3mo 0.,-E. R. D,
Wliut Om Von Drlnlc?-Wolfe's?chio
dum Schnapps, lt checks tho disarrange?
ment of the bowels in wann climate*.
Sale of Hardware and Groceries.
UNDE^ the authority of tho Court or
Equity, I will offer for sale at publio
outcry, on first MONDAY in October next,
the remaining mock of GOODS of the la'.e
firm of Kenn? tb A Gibaon, conaiating of
Hardware and Groceries. Terms cash on
delivery, H. M. GIBSON.
JACOB LEVIN; AUCTIONEER.
Rebecca Torte et al. vs. Caroline Davis el
aL-Bill for Partition.
PURSUANT to tho decretal ordor in the
above stated case, I will sell, before
tho Court House, in Columbia, on the
FIRST MONDAY in October, next, at ll
o'clock, all that LOT OF LAND, in tho city
of Columbia, together with the buildings
thereon, bounded North by Senate street.
East by lot lato of Rebecca P. Bailey,
South by lot lato of B. Reilly, and Weat by
land of G. Lundy, upon tho following
terms: One-fourth cash; the balance on a
credit of one, two and three years, in equal
instalments, with interest annually from
day of sale, secured by bond, and a mort?
gage of the premises sold.
Purchaser to pay for papera.
V. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
Thomas Boyne vs. Bryant Bailey.-Bill to
PURSUANT to tho decretal order in the
above statod case, I will aell, before
the Court House, at ll o'clock, on tho
FIRST MONDAY in October next, all that
LOT OF LAND, in tho city of Columbia,
together with the buildings thereon,
bounded North by catato ol C. Beck, East
by Sumter street, South by lot of Benj.
Mordecai, and West by lota of T. Boyno
and others, containing three-fourths of an
aero, more or lesa, upon tho following
terms, viz: So much cash aa will pay tho
costa of the suit and expensea of sale; tho
balance upon a credit of ono and two
years, secured by bond and mortgage,
with personal eternity.
I'm chaser to pay for papers.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
Sept 14 ju)
Jacob C. Lyons, Executor, vs. Wilson
Glover and" wife.-Bill to Foreclose Mort?
PURSUANT to the decretal order iu tho
above stated case, 1 will sell, before
tho Court House, iu Columbia, on tho
FIRST MONDAY in October next, at ll
o'clock, all that LOT OF LAND, with tho
buildings thereon, situated, in tho city of
Columbia, containing one-seventh of an
acre, moro or less, fronting East on Gates
street, 41 foot, bounded East by Gatea
street. South by Joseph Taylor, West by
Mary Hays, North by Alary Purvis.
Terms" of sale-Sufficient cash to pay
tho costs of suit and expenses of sale;
balance on a credit of twelve months, in?
terest from day of salo, secured by bond
Purchaser to pay for papers.
D. li. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
Sept l t_tlO
Arthur W. Kennedy rs. Wm. B. Elkins et
PURSUANT to tho order of the Court in
tho above stated case, I will sell, before
the Court House, in Columbia, on the
FIRST MONDAY in October next, at ll
o'clock, all that LOT, PIECE or PARCEL
OF LAND, in Richland District, fiftoen
miles above Columbia, bounded on the
North by Frederick Entzinioger and cwt ate
of Minor Craig, Ea8t by estato of Minor
Craig and L. C. Brennan, South by Levi T.
Sharp and Andrew McLelland, and Weat
by Andrew W. McLcUand and Frederick
Entsmingor, containing 47 acres, more or
less, upon tho following terms, viz: So
much cash as will pav tho costa of enit
and expenses of bale; balance ou a credit
of twelve months, with interest from date,
to bo secured by bond, with two or more
good sureties,"and a mortgage of the
Purchasers to pav for papers.
D. R. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
Sept 14 i 10_
Wesley D. Hornsby, Joseph Edwi rds, el
us, lt al., vs. James S. Hornsby, Wm. E.
Martin, Administrators, et al.-Bill for
Partition and Account.
JPURSUANT to the decretal order in tho
above stated caso, I will soil, beforo tho
Court House, in Columbia, ou 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 Winnaboro
Road and landa of Jacob Goiger, and
fcoiith-cast on lands of Christina Dent,
and West on lands of Free Mary-the said
tract containing 2S0 acres, more or leas.
All that piece, parcel or TRACT of LAND,
situated also in Richland District, bouuded
on the North by lands of John Stack, South
on lands of Robert N. Lewis, to tho East
on lands of-, aud on the West by
lands of Wesley Hornsby, containing 80
acres, moro or ^.s.
Terms of aale-One-third cash, ttio ba
lanco payable twelve mouths after date,
secured liy bond, with sufficient sureties,
and mortgage of thc property sold.
Purchasers to pay for papors.
D. B. DESAUSSURE, C. E. R. D.
Sept 14 ;10
PHOENIX IRON WORKS,
Situated on the Greenville and Columbia
Railroad, opposite City Water Works,
COLUMBIA, S. C. ?
GOLDSMITH & KIND, Proprietors.
AS the FALL
^form the pub
^ lie in general,
their friends in
thev aro atilt
manufacturing r.!! kinds i.r IRON CAST?
INGS, such as Mill Work, Engine Work,
Agricultural Implements, Railings for
Grave Yards, Cemetery Lol*, etc.
Especial attention they would call to
their A NO. 1 SUGAR-CANE MILLS, of
Horae-powor win els, for Cotton Gina.
Plates an ! Balla for Cotton Screws.
Grist and Flour-Mill Gearing.
Saw-Mills. A variety ot patterns for
Mouse Fronts, Window Caps, and other
Ornaments, on hau l. Machino Latho
Work done . . order. Also, all kinds of
BRASS CA ?G. All of w hich are pn'A
al the cl' -t rr', s, and made at short
notice. Sept ? Imo
M. OOl ITU. P. KtN'll.
Wolfe'* *>'chle?ln?n Sc-1?na pp? aro
good for Dyspepsia.