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LIVERPOOL, Tuesday Evening, Septem?
ber 18.-Tbe cotton advances of thia morn?
ing were not sustained-middling uplands
closed at 134?1; sales to-day 20,000 bales.
Breadstuffs unchanged. Lard dull. West?
ern mixed corn 27s. Od.
LONDON, Tuesday Evening, S.-ptember
18. - Consols unchanged. Five-twenties 72.J.
FLORENCE, September 18.-Cen. . ;vel
left for Venice to-day, in order to superin?
tend tho arrangement for the transfer of
Ouadrelateral to Venetia.
VIENNA, September 18.-The Emperor of
Austria has permitted the exiled Itulsky to
eturu to Hungary. Ho will rcsjido at
LIVERPOOL, Wednesday Noon ^September
19. -Cotton unchanged and limited -sales
of 13,000 bale?-middling uplands l:Lfd.
LONDON, Wednesday Noon, September
19.-Consols for money ?sn.j. American sc
curltles firm; five-twenties higher- 72.L
The ATetCS, in au editorial of to-day, says
the Rust ian American alliance is impracti?
FLORENCE, Wednesday Noon, September
19.--The mission of Cen. Rivcl to Vienna,
it is believed, is in relation to tho difficulty
about tho Venetian war debt, which ls
near an end, and a compromise will be
effected which will result in a lasting peace.
TRIESTE, Wednesday Noon, September
. 19. -A great battle has been fought in the
Island of Candia, between the Turks and
insurrectionists. Thu Turks were victo?
NEV.- YORK, September 20.-An arrived
from Rio Janeiro confirms tin: report oi a
desperate battle between the allies and
Paraguayans on thc 16th and 18th July.
Thc. lighting was stubborn and sanguinary,
and resulted in the discomfiture of the
allies, who lost 4,200 killed and wounded.
The Paraguayans fought behind entrench?
ments, and lost less. Cottee al Kio had
been active and higher.
WASHINGTON, September 20. Secretary
Seward is much improved and pronounced
out of danger.
Attorney-General Stansberry has given
a written opinion that thc President has
the power to lill vacancies during the re?
cess of the Senate, without any limitation
as to tho time they occurred.
CINCINNATI, September 20.-The Ohio
Liver has risen ter. feet liming the last
forty-eight hours. With the exception of
the Little Miami and Marietta and Cincin?
nati, all the railroads are interrupted by
tim destruction of bridge?. The corn fields
along the Rig Miami are all overflowed
the water being higher than the corn tops.
'Che Sciota has overflowed the valley at Co?
lumbus, and th.e lower part of Dayton is
overflowed, and McPherson ville, opposite,
is ton feet under water. Families are
forced to abandon their homes. Three
men weredrowued at Piqua.
-9 + 9
lurltct lt ?po rt*.
NEW YORK, September 20 -Noon. Gold
144j@144g. Exchange dull -1'<0 days 7.
Cotton linn. al. 35@37. Flour tinner.
Wheat 2@3c. better. Por!; dull and un?
changed. Lard quiet, at ]7^tl9.t.
7 P. M.-Cotton strong, with sales of
3,500 baies -uplands 35tf?35^; Orleans 37
?37L Flour firmer, at $ll.25?lfi. Wheat
2iii3c. better and more active. Pork firm,
.. : ?33. Lard heavy, at 174<g)19.L Sugar
quiet, at 10|@11A. Soffee quiet.
Kdwanl Ratm ami thc President-An
One of the most interesting events con?
nected with the stay of the President in
St. Louis was the occasion of his visit, to
tin? venerable ex-Attorney-General of the
United States, Hon. Edward Dates. The
St. Louis Hep nb! Ux i H says:
It is known to most of thc citizens that
the health of Mr. Dates is very precarious.
Ho is suffering from a disease of thc lungs
that is liable to produce death at almost
any hour. On Sunday, at 1 o'clock, accord?
ing to previous arrangement, Capt. James
D. Lads called at the Linden Hotel for the
President, Secretary Seward and Secretary
Wellse,fcand with them proceeded to the
house of Mr. Rates. The latter seemed
much affoctcd on seeing hts distinguished
associates, and thanked them most feel?
ingly for their visit to one who, bc said,
was a living man. Ho spoke, however,
with the greatest cheerfulness of his ex?
pected dissolution. Having lived three
score years and thirteen, he had had three
more years than he was entitled to. His
remarks to Mr. Seward were exceedingly
touching. He had never expected to see
him alive again, and this was just so much
clear gain for him.
Mr. Welles he addressed as one who wa*
near to him by ties of friendship and mu- i
tua! trial, beyond what bc could express.
He spoke to thc President as one who had
a greater weight of care and responsibili- '
ties than any fifty men in the nation, and I
thanked Cod for believing that he was ono j
ol'the most worthy that could have been :
selected to perform his obligations to tho
The President, at parting, assured Mr.
Hates that his last interview with him in
Washington was fresh in bis memory, as
well as each word of good advice and en?
couragement he had then given him. and
that he could not express ihe pleasure it
gave of having it in (us power now to do
himself tim honor of calling to see him.
??TfcS parting or Mr. Rates ami Mr. Se?
ward was exceedingly toucllin ., bot the
kind words of euch cannot be re?nllcd.
The eyes of both were moistened, ami the
deep feelings willi which ail tour of these
great statesmen were affected will ting be
remembered hy those who witnessed their
farewell visit to the revored am! honored I
patriot of Missouri. I
DVSPK.SIA AM) LIVER COMPLAINTS
AFRESH SUPPLY of this VALUABLE '
MEDICINE, just received at
E. E. JACKSON'S.
Fresh-ground South Carolina Flour!
CHEAP NORTHERN FLOUR.
G b?rrela APPLES.
Sept 21 _JOHN C. SEEGERS St CO.
?OO ?bs. Butter,
FROM the farm of Stephen Gibson. For
nal<? by FISH F.R A LOWRANCE.
ON ami after tho 23d inst.. passengers
arriving <>n tho South Carolina and
Wilmington and Manchester trains will be
furnished with DINNER at Kingsville.
C. A. SCOTT.
Kingsville, S. C., Sept. 21, 1800.
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
/'. & RUTLEDGE, Proprietor.
Reduction in Price of Board, Lodg?
BOARD by the month, for yearly
Boarders, without Lodging ..$1.1 "??
B tard per month, with bodging. . . 20 00
Board. Lodging and Fuel per month. '25 Oo
Roard per day . 2 OX)
Single meals . 50
Horses fed at the old prier. 50
STRAYED OR STOLEN,
_ FROM Major Stark's farm, tm
??uibw. the night of" the 1 st li instant, a
JpWldurk brown (almost black) .MARI'.,
M QSbctweeii i:> and li! bands high,
about six yars old, shod in front, and looks
badly* from the- effects of distemper. A
suitable reward will be paid for her return.
Sept '2(>. D. B. DESAUSSURE.
SAMUEL E. STRATTON,
Colton Rags, Waste. OM Bagging and KOJM*.
(tOPPER, BRASS and other old METALS.
j Highest cash price paid for the above
articles. Assembly street, one door from
Gervais, Columbia*. S. C. Sept 2i> Imo*
VMAN that, is competent to take charge
of a Grocery ami Commission Hu i
ness, now established and paving well.
Address "B. H. lt.," Columbia. S. C.
FOR SALE LOW.
i BUCKETS, PANS, CUPS,
i - vi- and Tea Pots.
( las Fixtures.
Bracket I.amos, with Reflectors. Bv
Sept 19 0 GREGG A- CO.
New Goods !
MEE & BECKHAM
RECEIVED THIS DAY NEW GOODS -
among which nt av be found a large
selection of RADI Ks1 DRESS GOODS. We
would most respectfully invite the'public
to give us a call. Sept lil?
U. C. SHIVER. W. M. BECKHAM.
rr? A GOLD Hnuting-case English
V'A Lover WA TCH. No. 32,680, marked
??L??"T. W. UadelitVe. Columbia, S. C."
AT??aek M col chain was attached. A libe?
ral reward will be paid for the return of the
watch to the Phonix oftice. Sept ISC
miERCES PC RE LEAF LARD.
I Firkins prime
Rbis. FLOUR, Soper, Extra, Family, Ac.
Bacon Sides and Shoulders-prime.
New Breakfast Strips.
Choice selected Goshen Rutter.
And a few more o? those delicious HAMS.
Fin.- WINES, BRANDIES, WHISKIES. Ac.
KEROSENE OIL,*of the purest iptality,
always on hand.
Canned Peaches, Pine Apple.
Salmon, Lobster, Ac.
With tho usual assortment of standard
goods usuallv found in a first-class grocery.
Prices low.' GEO. SYMMERS.
FOR SALE OR RENT,
A COMFORTABLE and convenient
MDWELLING, with necessary out?
buildings, and forty-eight acres of
hind attached, situated in St. Matthew's,
li miles from the Lewisville Depot. For
particulars, apply to Maj. THOS. WIIALEY,
of Orangeburg, WM. lt. HI'NTT, of Co?
lumbia, or Mrs. .1. E. ARTHUR, on the
premises. Sept 1!?
A SUITABLE REWARD will be paid for
f\ tho delivery, at tho Lexington Jail, of
the freedman, " CHARLES FIELDS, who
made his escape from that placo on Satur?
day last, the 1J!1I inst. The said Charles
Fields is of dark brown or copper color,
about six feet one inch high and thirty
years nhl. He carries himself straight
when walking, and stammers a little when
talking. S. N. RUFF,
Sept IS6* Sheriff Lexington District.
\TA BB H'S brands wholesale and retail
low for cash.
Sept ll ?IOHN C. SEEGERS A CO.
IPASSENGERS by the South Carolina
and Wilmington and Manchester trams
:an get BREAKFAST at Kingsville on and
liter the -2d inst. c. A. SCOTT.
Sept l Imo
/ 1 OS H EN BUTTER.
Honble Cooled Extra FAMILY FLOUR.
Sept 10 JolIN C. SEEGERS A co.
Elegant Toilet Extracts for
IO W'S GENUINE WINDSOR SOAP.
j Cullin's Genuine extracts,
lierinan Cologne Water.
I? ega ll I Fri Itch Soaps.
Powder Puffs and Boxi s.
Bose 'foi let. Powder.
Lily Whito and Tablets.
English Hair Brushes. At
FISHER A HEINITSH'S,
Aug P.) Pharmacist*.
IT*OB marking linen. Al
1 FISHER A HEINITSH'S,
July 7 Druggists.
Wonderful Parler Amusement, !
PH <T0GRAPH5 BY MAGIC ! !
\ U1' one may make a beautiful picture
? iL with only a few drops of water, and
hake your own albums of pretty pictures
ii little cost. Fm- sale by
FISHER A HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
OILS! OILS! OILS!
W/ have accepted the agency from the
YT largest factory in New York, and are
now receiving, and will constantly keep on
Extra Engine OIL.
'lr ansparen t Car Axle OIL.
Signal or Head Light "
Natural Winter Sperm "
Bleached " " "
Extra " " "
No. 1 Tanners' " "
We will sell the above goods at NEW
YORK TRICES, adding freights only.
JAN NEY ?fe TOLLESON,
Aug 21 Columbi?, s. c.
U0S1EBY & XOTKIX GOODS!
WE are receiving this day, Birt the
Emily li. Sonder, from New York, a
: irgo stock of GOODS, purchased for cash,
? > which we invite the special attention of
tho ladies and merchants, as wo will sell
CHEAP, both at wholesale and retail:
300 pieces Plain and Plaid Nainsook.
Bishop and Linen Lawns, soft finish.
Plain and Striped S R iss.
Plaid and Tape Cheeks. Mull Muslin.
Striped and Dotted Robinet.
Tarletons, Silk Bobinet for Veils.
White, Colored and Black Kid (doves.
Large stock of Hosiery, for Ladies',
Gent's, Misses and Boys, from common to
best -regular makes, all sizes.
Brown aud Bleached Damasks, ('rash.
Russia Diaper. 50 doz. Towels - cheap.
Berage and Grenadine for Veils, all colors
Infants' i lobes, Piano and Table Covers.
Lace Curtains, Pillow-case Linen.
8-4 to ll-* Co-ion Sheeting.
Mosambiquo, Silk Poplins, Lcnos.
Berage, Chambra, pecols.
Fancy Lawns, Huckaback Diaper.
Kid and Lisle (Hoves.
Print--, of all descriptions.
Cambric, Swiss, Lisle and Thread Edg?
ings, lusertings. Balancines.
Toilet Quilts, Ribbons and Notions.
Bombazines, C-4 Black Did.aine.
H-4 Black and While Berage, for shawl.':.
Jaconet, Swiss and Nainsook Muslins. j
Plaid and Soft Finished Cambrics.
White and Colored Brilliants. .
Trail Hoop Skirts.
Embroid'u and Lim n Culls and Collars.
Corsets, French Pans.
2D0 pieces Bleached Shirtings.
25 " 8-10 and ll Qr. Sheetings.
Bales 3-4, 7-S and 4-4 Shirtings. j
A large and beautiful lot of Sea-sides and j
Sun-downs; together with many other ?
goods too numerous to mention all of
which will be sold very cheap.
July 15 TOLLESON A: J ANNE Y.
pr/"i BOXES TOBACCO choice grades. |
.JU 10 " low
10,000 SEGARS genuine Rio Hondo.
5,000 " low grades.
20 bales COTTON YARNS 8 to 12.
10 baskets Heidsick Champague.
50 doz. Madeira, Port. Shcrrv ami Clan t
10 doz. Lemon Svrup.
Several cases of bid COGNAC BRANDY.
P> bbls. Bourbon Whiskey.
.Jo " Corn '.'
.".o bids. Coffee Sugars.
'li " common Brown Sugars.
25 bags Coffee.
:5O0 boxes Sardines. 100 boxes Herring.-.
JANNEY * TOLLESON.
McLean's Streugth'g Cordial.
Panknin's Hepatic Ditter.-.
Perry Davis' Pain Killer.
11 noland's German Hitters.
Sandford's Liver Invigorator.
White Castile Soap.
Cod Li. er Oil.
Opium, Blue Mass.
Sulphur, Cream of Tartar.
Epsom Salts, Magnesia.
White Mustard Seed.
Turmeric, Prepared Chalk.
Hops, Dover's Pow r.
Together with a large assortment ol
such articles as are generally kept in lirst
class drug stores. DR. C. H. MIOT,
Sept 1 Druggist and Chemist.
I?IOU cementing (?lass, China, Ac. For
1 salo at Du. C. H. MIOT S
July 6 Drugstore.
SOLUBLE GUM DROPS.
ASUPPLY just received by express, at
Du. C. Ii. M JOT'S
Joly if Drug Store.
A Pleasant Tonic.
Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir of Cali?
rp HE bitterness of tho Calisaya and the
I ' nauseous inkiness of tho iron, which
liave so often rendered these estimable
? :;cs repulsive '." delicate stomachs, are
rely overcome by being skillfully blend
ato a delightful "cordial, pleasant to the
.-*te, acceptable to the stomach and invi?
gorating to the system. For sub' at
July 0 Du. CH. MIOT'S Drug Store.
Q IT I N I N ? !
OZ. QUININE, received TH IS
IA Fl f DAY by National Express at
June 29 MIOT'S DRUGSTORE.
NE case TRIPLE SUPERIOR FRENCH
ROSE WATER, received and for sale
t MIOT'S DRUG STORE.
FRESH ? iTIUTE BAGSESIA.
NE case CITRATE. MAGNESIA, re
ceived at MIOT'S DRUG STORP.
A FRESH Sb PPL Y of the above at
ZV .lune 20 MIoT'S DRUG STORE.
A Y E R'S SA RS APAR1LLA.
Epping's Sarsaparilla and Queen's De
ight. lor salo at.
Jnlv 17 Du. C. IL MIOT'S Drug Stoic
Furniture, Hats, Dry Goods, Hooks.
J'ia no. Ar.
By A. R. PHILLIPS.
THIS (Friday) MORNING, at li? ?'clock, I
will nell, at thc now brick store, Wash?
ington street, opposite l.uw Range,
A variety of handsome FURNITURE,
.tc., consisting of:
2 Brocatelle Settees and ii Chairs,
1 Silk Damask Divan, Mahogany Sofa.
Hat Rack, What-Not, Card Tables.
1 large Mahogany Dining Table.
Cain- and Wood-scat Chairs,
1 Extension Dining Table.
Centre Table, Sideboards, Ac.
Dlaek and White I', lt. Hats, different
Sundry articles of Dry Cond-, Carpets.
100 volumes Dooks amongst tin m arc
many School Dooks
1 C-Octave Piano, in good order.
1 complete set of Dental Instruments,
quite new and in good order.
1'. lian<ds Flour.
2 " Vinegar.
Envelopes. Letter*and Cap Pape r, .te.
N. B. Unlimited articles received up lo
hour of sale. Sept 21 1
Public Sale, to Foreclose Mortgage.
Wolfe <fc Hook rs. /.. H ?S: ./. /?/. Jtr.ttoii.
IN pursuance of the above mortgage;, 1
will sell, on MONDAY, the 21th instant,
at Ul o'clock a. m., over the store cit Wolfe
& Hook, on Gervais strei t, between Assem?
bly and Richardson, the entire contents of
the "DAILY AMERICAN PATRIOT OF?
FICE," including the Press, Printing Ma?
Terms cash, in legal currenev.
Sept 1") SAM. CREEN, C. Ii. I?.
j By the Commissioners Appointed by
the Legislature ol" South Carolina
lo Sell the State Works.
[Materials, Tools? -Sec.,
AT public auction, al the Slate Military
Works, drei nville, S. C.. beginningo?i
WEDNESDAY, 17:h October, I .si;.;, consist
i ing of:
2 Steam Engines one 2.? and one .40
Engine Lathes. Milling Machim *, Vises.
Hand Latin s. Wood Turning Lade s.
Drilling Machines, Punching Machines.
Anvils. Orind-stom s.
Trip II am nu i s and Forges, Steam Ham?
Smilies' Tongs, Smiths1 Hammers, Shaft?
Screw Cutting Machines.
W ire Draw ing Ma? hines.
Bellows, Machine blowers. Portable
AM ?1. seri,." ions of (?un Muebim-rv.
Wood and 'ron Planing Machines",
t Circular s tws.
Leather H 'tim-. Lubber li. lt in::.
Flasks, Pet terns. Pouches, Wrenches,
Several (.".'..eil gross Iron and brass
Wood Sere vs.
SOO doz. Fib s an ! Rasps.
2,500 lbs. < '.tst ami Spring Sb .!.
11.IHM i'.s. Swciies and American Iron.
500 e-irds Pine Wood, i
Brass and Iron Trimmings and Filings.
..'1 pair Window S isin s.
Corn Mills, Hand Sere?.;, Wa;;..., Wlneis.
Plan.-, Angers. P.rae. s mid Ros.
Stoves and Pipes, Fire l?:i< k.
And numberless other articles.
All ; hes. - are in large n uni hers ?iud quan?
tities, and e> mst ii ut .. a stock of Machim ry,
?CC .such as is seldom offered.
A catalogue, of sixteen i ages, lias h. < n
pi tuted, containing a general description
of tho Stock, which ma : be bad appli?
cation b\ ni.iii io the Secretary.
larTi rois cash, or a note ?ii sixty days,
with approved s?-curity, bearing interest,
at. option of the purchaser.
For turtln r information, applv io
C. .J. ELFORD.
s. . v io Commissioners Stale Works.
s7 fi? Greenville, S. i'.
I710R RFD BUGS.
1 F..r RATS and MICE.
For ITCH and HUMORS.
Fer Ttl; > m ACH E. At
FISHER & HEINTTSH'S, Druggists.
Arrival of Pontoons.
\ NOTKER large supplv of PONTOONS;
Jfk. SUGAR PLUMS, for worms. The
great medicine for worms. Over 2.MO0 have
been sold ni I. ss than two months, ami
millions of worms destroyed, ll' your
children have worms, go t.. Fisher A II? in
itsli's and get a box.
FISHER .'. HEINITSH, Pharmacists.
Hear the Voice ol the People!
111 WE ?ind vmir GERMAN HORSE
POWDERS, and nm well pleased with
tho result. Send me #5 worth by express,
and oblige P. .i.e.
Good for all diseases '.<> which horse is
subject. A valuable medicine. No one
sh..ul.! be without it. For s ile l.y
FISHER .'. HEINiTSH.
July 12 Dri-u'i;
And Sarsaparilla !
TT7"ON DERFUL EFFECT ..I on H one
V\ bot::.-. Copv of a lett, r: "I len.
used only half a bottle ,.t' Queen's Delight
and Sarsaparilla I'", boils and eruptions of
tb.-skin nml .telling humor ol the blood,
which annoyed mc very much. I am en?
tirely i nt. d'. I tjunk vour medicine a vahi
abl. 'oiie. F. W. C."
For sah- by FISHER .\ HEINITSH.
Lemon Acid or Lemonade!
1" : makin:; LEMON VD E. Put in bot
th-s; 25 e. nts .tell. Al
I ISHER A HELM I'S H s. Druggists.
The Fair Face of a Beautiful Woman
IS the admiration of everv one. Noone
possessing this rich gift and attribute
of health ami attraction would i xchangeit
for Hie wealth of the Indies. Wt how
many suffer their skin !.> bee?une rough
with spots and pimples, which mar the
b. au! v and bl.f the face. The CIR
0ASS?AN BLOOM removes nil spots and
blemish, s, t in, fr.-.-kies, pimples. Motel -,
ami imparts a beaut ifni.plexion, so
:?11 raeli ve in woman.
For sale bv druggists ev. rywh re.
FISHER A HEINITSH, Affen:
JOHN M. MARIS it CO.. Phill . a.
Bcd Bugs, Bed Bugs.
rpo insure th? comfort ni "nature's sweet
J re orer." ge? a, bottle of the -RED
B (1 DESTROYER. ' Itdestrovsthem in?
stantly. Al FISHER S IIEINITSII'S,
.1 ulv 7 Druggists.
HORACE L. EMERY & SON,
PROPRIETORS AND MANAGERS,
Hamilton Street, Cor--.er ol' Union and Liberty Streets, Albany, N. Y
NAME AND TRADE MARK.
K O'H C**E TO TEE P *J B 5,1 C .
AS other parties are advertising themselves as having purchased Ibo property and
business of the Emery Agricultural Work9, increased their facilities, and are con?
tinuit?- the business, the ??Y;ct of which, if not the intention, is to divert tho patronage
niel business from (lu- well known and long established EMERY'S ALBANY AGRICUL?
TURAL WORKS of this city, the proprietors of these Works, in self-defence, and to
inform then- patrons that they still live, beg a careful perusal of tho following card:
'I le- above celebrated Work's wore originated and erected during the years 1847, '18
and '40, by tie- ni' sent s. mor proprietor, who has (with short interruptions) been con?
stant U- connected with tlom as the principal manager, and since 1805, in connection
with his junior brothers, under the style of Emery.Brothers. .
During the summer of 1802, he atti mb d the World's Fair at Rond?n, with some of
I his loading inventions, end remained abroad nearly two years, engaged in successfully
I establishing their manufacture.
In the meantime, owing to embarrassments and losses, the linn ?if Emery Brothers,
consisting of Wm. 1'.. auld. W. Emery, made an assignment, and these entire works
and business were sold, and purchased by ?ober parties, and thc said firm ceased to
exist from November 1. 1802, leaving tin- brothers, Win. P.. and (1. W., hopelessly bank?
()o ins return from England, in tlc- early part of ls:;), tho present senior proprietor
. n< got tated fur and re-purchased the entire interest, real and personal, in and to these
works and business, including its entire accumulation of patterns, working machinery
i and its business, an 1 continu'd tho sanie, with tin: aid of Win. B. and G. W., to No
! vomiter I, 1804, whi n he assumed its entire management on his own account-Wm. B.
I and G. W., for a very valuable cash consideration, preferring to relinquish all antici
! pated interests and retire therefrom, and with the intention with these funds of com
i promising with their creditors.
lb- has since associated with him his oldest son, HORACE HERBERT EMERY, under
the style and name ai the le ad of this notice, and continues thc business, in all its
branches, at tho old stand than which no more complete establishment of its kind
exists in the country.
They have largely increased their facilities, made many new and valuable additions
I and improvements' ;.> their already hugo assortment of utaclfinos, which their expe
I rience and observation, at home aita abroad, have suggested as desirable,
i Th? settior member of the tirm is the pioneer of this business hero, and he has been
Hie designer, protector and patentee of all the leading and successful machines which
have given the whle celebritv t i these works; among which are the EMEBY HORSE.
POWEBS, COTTON GINS and CONDENSERS, Threshing Machines,-Sawing Mills.
Corn Shellers, Churning Machines, Colton Openers. .Vi-., all of which they now offer
ibo public on tho m.ist liberal terms, and a continuance of their patronage is solicited.
In thc articles of Cotton Oins and Condensers, they aro tho onb/ parlies manufactur
! mg them with the improvements which have given these Gins the precedence and their
\ world-wide reputation, notwithstanding other parties are now representing that they
: have purchased the Emery Agricultural Works and aro making these celebrated ma?
chines as a glance at th? facts and their machines will satisfy the most common
I obserx er.
j ! Inproperly which was purchased by said other parties, and called the Emory Agri
I cultural Works, consisted of a recent collection of machines, tools, patterns. Ac, by
. Mr. Farr, with the services of Wm. B. and (i. W. Emery, and located itt tho village of
I Bath, in an adjoining County, and in vain.- about $5,000 to $7,000; the two Emerys tak
I ing employment w.tit the new organization.
We again solicit the attention of the agricultural public and trade, and assure them
I tba' mu .big will be spared to maintain tue well-earned reputation ot our wares, which
I we oiler ott tho mo e liberal terms to farmers, planters and dealers. Circulara and
. price lists sont gratis on application.
l**J- 1 'T'l!,Ks,!p. ?Y i,,,!,''' ' A A. R. COLTON.
/"""I EN Ul NH SWEDES and ENGLISH
IKON all size*.
AXES. Ac., in fall snppb .
Rodgers', Woster.liolm's and Alexander's
PLATED SPOOKS ! liKS.
Ivory-handle TABLE KNIVES
CARVERS ami FORKS. Ac
OIL, Ac, Ac
Bolting Cloths ami Belting.
Sifters, hv the du/.eii i?r at retail.
BOOTS AMD SHOES. ?
RYE! RYE.: RYE'.'.!
150 bushels SEED RYE
100 sin ks SALT.
400 bushels OATS.
lu st ure ami Ho- sale by
nsilKH (V LOWRANCE.
SALEM JEAWS !
VT r. tail'or bv the piece hy the agents,
FISHER A LOWRANCE.
GENERAL STOCK OP
THE subscriber offers for Hale, at
?4tT%an-J BELOW COST, his entire stock
^Ky^of HARDWARE, without reservo,
? ? ^consisting in part of the following
Anus" Long ami Short Handle Shovels.
'27> doz. genuine Collins' Axes.
100 kegs Parker Mill Nails.
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
Door Locks a general assortment.
Screws, Chisels ami Angers.
Mill and Hand Files.
Hatchets, Hamm? rs and Broad Axes.
Butt and Strap Binges.
Trace Chains and Axle Crease.
Hollow-warc ol' all styles. Ac.
A. L. SOLOMON,
Second dour from Shiver House,
Sept fi (imo On Plain street.
EPR the instruction of Young
gLadii s. (English, Classical and
Ornamental,) will commence
October next first day. A few
BOARDERS can be aecommo
R. L. BRYAN,
v. i ru
J. J. McOarter,
i l As FOR SALE A NEW STOCK ol
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS !
IN all the Languages.
Also, a tine variety of Letter, Cap, Le?
tal and Note PAPERS.
BLANK BOOKS, LAW BLANKS, &e.
BIBLES, HYMN BOOES.
Also, new Publications. Al
Sept S Opposite Lawyers' Range.
BY steamer frojU-New York.
COLN White and Yellow.
Lemons, Figs and Raisins.
(Ross Starch, Blueing.
S:ilt, in largo seamless stick..
ln si. Lard. .1. ('. SEEGERS A CO.
Cement and Piaster.
\t /.',.> Sign of the Golden Pad-Loek.
VFRESH SUPPLY of ROSENDALE
CEMENT and CALCINED PLASTER.
list received and for sale by
Sept ;> JOHN C. DIAL.