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SALES FOR JANUARY.
BY virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Facii*
to me directed, I will sell at Abbeville
"Court House, on the first Monday in JANUARY
next, within the legal hours of sale, the following
property, to wit:
120 Acres of Land more otflefs'ss tbt property
of Joseph Criswell ads. Utfhn W. Hearst tt'd
300 Acrca of Lawd, more or less, as the prop?
?iy vm <?h?ho3 iu. uilliam and William Mugil), I
ads. William J. Hammond, and others.
60 Acres of Land, more or less, bounded by
lands of l'eter Gillcbeuu, Edward Calhoun, and
others, as the properly of B. E. Oibert, at the
ads. of Thos. M. Christian, and others.
3 Bales of Cotton, as tlio properly of Charles
"W. Fooshe, ads. Jnmcs Gillani.
2 Bales of Cotlou nnd 1 Sorrell Horse, a? tho
''properly of Jackson Griffin, ads. Hugh Robiu8
ju and Addison Cliukscalcs.
J. T. MOORE, B.A.D.
ShopiflTn Offioo 1
*)ec. 15, 1859. " J" 34 td*
S -A. Xj IE OF
On Wednesday ihe 4th Day
T A XTT^ A -ivr-T-k
1 / I /
Wlcng'mg to the Trust Estate of
AIRS. MARY ?. TIfOITIAS
and the uudersigncd.
30 YOUNG AW LIKELY
JIE5I, WOMEN AM) CHILDREN.
900 ACB3ES OF LAND
in AbbeviSie Dislrict, immediately on llie line
of I lie Greenville and Columbia linilroad?mid
within cue mile and half of Cokesbury and its
This tine cotton plantation lie* well and Iiur
rery necocsary improvement for tweuty-five
Corn, Fodder, Wheat, &c.
ho r* ->
COWS, HOGS, SHEEP, &c%
BLACKSMITH TOOLS ANI)
FARMING IHPLEHEXTS, &C.
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN
TERMS OF SALE?For the Negroes, one
half cash the halaucc in twelve month*, with
iuWrst from date.
For the Land, a credit of one, two and three
yenra will be given with interest from date.
For the remainder of the property, a credit
of twelve mouths with interest on all ?uii a o e
or Purchaser* to tfive Note and approved
euritv before the title of the property i*
1IKJ3. 9. All 1 11 U H.
Dee. 8,1859. 3t
BY Permiwion of Win. Hill, Ordinary of
Abbeville District, wc wfll sell at public
outcry oa the ]
28th December Inst.,
The property belonging to the Estate of EDMUND
DAY. DecM confiiitincr nf ?1i? f.?ll?w
mg: ' '
CORN, FODDER, '
1 Wagon, 1 Buggy, Plan- ..
todnn Trtrtlo.- XIr.no?U^.lJ
HillVU JL V/l/lO) AAUUOCI1UIU f
y * '
and Kitchen Furniture,
TVrms made known on^tfoy of m1?.
?- +0. j,
J. W. FOOSHE,"' J Adm'r,
klizaisktii day, J AdmVx.
D?. 1?, 18(9,
^PH8 aqb?rifrg ?*old retpMtfnlly inform
JL tie cilitent ofAbbe* ill^ist he pr?K*J
with rev T?BU'.M?.vif*i?ri*l? fa tb?
m*rmQy <m?pM by H. T. Td*tin, to
doftll inwfi WlflB 00 WateHe*. Clocks
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t*r .ii ifm : B &***#**
1,r . 'v- .ir. Jfa*
The Earnest of Better Times,
THE DATE OF A
NEW ERA IN THE POLITICAL
IBM SIP (DULY.
WE SHALL make it an era, too, in our
business by this duy cloning our Books,
and opening accounts for auotlier year.
T~> T T T> /"I TT A O "IH "fk TXT A
X U XV Vj II JV O Ji W X n
Is etffl complete, emIfr?ciBg all articles in the
May tliote of our fricmls, who ore indebted
to on for previous years, make it an era,grutefully
mrtnorable to tin, for the "Great ingathering1'
of outstanding dura
PERUYMAN & WALLER.
Greenwood, S. C., Dcc. 2, 1839 33 tf
'"I'MIE undersigned will sell at Alilteville C.
JL II, on Sule Day next, a LIKELY WOMAN
ntiout twenty years of ago uixl TWO
CHILDREN, being property of the estate of
the late CHARLES DENDY, deceased.
45 or 50 Cords of
T A IV BARK.
All per?ons indebted to the R<tat?> are
requested to make payments immediately.
J. A. ALLEN. ) v,
H. T. LYON. ] "
Pec. 8, 185P. 31
7k rv I* nlti^An Afl rvnn mllft r?Aiv> Al.U*..Mt. ?a
,- . - W..V .*i??v? IH'IH nuycYiue, Bl*
1>JL taclied is n nice farm of
Fine Orchards ofChoico
Peaches, Apples, Pears,
HALF ACRE IN VINES. TWO YEARS OLD
W. JAMES LOMAX.
Dec. 8, 1859. tf.
LAND FOR SALE.
T WTT.T. a*11 GAT 17 nAV vr intr .
I - - vi. U?UU I 111 linllUAM
JL next nt 12 o'clock in front of the Court
llouae nt< pi about
40 or 50 jVcres
of the Real Estate of tlie late
RICHARD L. ANDERSON.
The land is situated in Abbeville District, on
waters of Mulberry Creek and adjoins lunde of
the lateGlihu Watson nnd others.
GT Pints will be exhibited on the day of
]u nil/) ?Ica !?? ?*.? ?1 ~ 1
..ov ?U? tcium MinilV kllUWII.
II. A. JONES, Ex'r.
D?c. 7, 1859. 8t
TI1E subscriber having engaged the erviceaofMIW.
WORRELL, a lady from
Philadelphia, and thoroughly acquainted with
? ... ... Muv|/ai?iiKnu)l wuuia respectfully
call the attention of the ladies of the
Village and District to the fact, that tliov can
now havo DRESSES, MANTILLAS. CLOAKS
AND BONNETS made op io the latest and
moat approved styles.
Mrs. Worrelcoines highly recommended and
entire satisfaction will be guaranteed in ail
work done by her.
For the present, Mrs. Worrel may be found at
I he resideuce of Mr*. Dend}'.
JAFi. A. ALLEN.
Nov. 24, 18C9, 30, 4t
ROCHE & CHRISTIAN,
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
AtotoovUIe, S. O.
Next Door to COBB, HUNTER &CO.
THE largest anorlment of N>gro Brogans
ever offered in this market. which they
ire offering for leas money than the came quality
of work Ana bees offered for yetira past.
By buying largely we bay cheap, and thereby
wo are able to tell cheaper than the obeapeet.
We have a large euppty of fine
Gentlemens' Boots and Shoes,
which hare been ,,
PUT UP TO ORDER, *m
under the personal supervision of E. ROC HP,
one of the firr.i, a practical Boot Maker, and
which will be warraniaA u
They invito % public impaction of their atoclc.
Give ua call Gentlemen and Ladles, sod we
will pro*? by " occular demon* ration" the trnih
of what we ?ajr. We feel grateful for the liberal
patronage heretofore b?etowed dUAa, and
reap?ctfally ioticli an drteiwion of the JRtte.
~ ROCHE * CHRISTIANKoT.a.iw
' tt'fe wiwS; I ****
5ot ".I, USO. K> K
Bmmt e*py WT' ; - > ,* *
The State of South Carolina>
AgDea Cox, 'I
A. M. Coxt Bill for Partition, Ac.
PURSUANT to order of Court, I wil sell, at
pulilic outcry, al Abbevillo (3. II., on Sale*
Day in January next, (2,) the following tracts
of the Kt*al Kfltnte of Gabriel Cox, dee'd, viz :
The B>)uchillun Tract,-^containing 155 Acrep,
more or leap, and bounded by lands of S. J. Patterson
* Tlie Laramore Tract, containing 195 Acres,
more or lew, uud bounded by lauda of Joliu Harmon
The Gibert Tract, containing 150 Acres, more
or Ws, and bounded by lands of B. IS. Gibert
Terms:?A credit ef on<5 and two years, willi
iiuerent from l.)ay of sale. l'ureliusTa to give
Bond tvitfh n't h^asl two good sureties to secure
tlie purchase money, pay tlie costs in Cusli and
pay pa pel's.
WM. II. PARKER, c.e.a.u.
Comniireionec's Oflicc, I
Dec. 6, 1859. S 83 4t
The State of South Carolina.
vt. Bill for Partition of Ileal
Edward 'Adams, Estate.
PURSUANT to order of Court, I will sell at
pnlilio outcry, nt Abbeville C. H-, on Sn!e!
Day in Jdiiunry next, (2,) the (leal Estate of
Joliu Adanm dee'd, in tiiree tracts. The Long
Cane Tract will be sold separately, containing
200 Acres more or less. The Home Tract is to
i be divided into two tracts. iSaid tracts to he resurveyed,
aud iilxtia exhibited on day of sale,
t Any information iu reference to these lands can
be obtained from Jaines 11 Cob'i, at Abbeville
C. II., or from Harmon Stevenson, who livrg
near the lands. Said lands are hounded by N.
I J. Davis, Titos. E. Owen and others.
Term*:?A credit of one and two years, with
interest front day of enlo.
Purchasers to give 1 kinds with at least two
Kuuu Buienep nnn mortgage to secure the purchase
money, pay the costs in Cash uud puy for
WM. II. PARKEIt, c.e.a.d.
CommissiontVf Oflice, J
Dec. 6, lfc5S). \ 33 4t
The Stato of South Carolina,
American Bible Society, "j
v*. S- Bill for Account, ic.
Win. P. Noble, Ex'or j
el. ul. J
PURSUANT to order of Court, I will sell nt
Abbeville C. II., on Sale-Day ill January
next, (2.) that valuable plantation on SavuiiuhIi
River, belonging to the Estate of John 13. Hull,
dee'd, containing 1,200 Acres, more or Jew, uml
bounded by lands of Dr. Win. Tennent. D. II.
Code mid others.
Termx.?A credit of one and two years, with
iult-rest from day of Stile, payable annually.
Purchaser to give Bond with two good sureties,
and mortgage to secure the purchase money, pay
the coals iu Cash and pay lor papers.
W. II. PAltKISR, c e.a.d
Commissioner's Office, )
December 0, 1869. J 38 4t
Charleston Mercury publish tri-weekly, j
till day of Salt*, and send bill to W. II. P., before
the day of tale. '
The State of South Carolina,
Ann & in t t t? n mil
r Ai jiujjj J./iUiAIUi.
I'ermelia W. Wutson, ^
S. J. Julkiiriou <t wife, f Bill fur 1'uitilion, <Scc.
el. a!. J
PURSUANT to order of Court, I will sell at
public outer}*, ut Abbeville C. on Snlel);iy
in January next, (2.) u part of the Iienl Haibtf
of Elibu Watson, dec'd, near Cokeubnry,
in thia I'isTrici, containing about Three Hundred
aiul Eighty Acre*, more or Icrp, bounded
by lands of J?el W. Townaerul, G. W. Uod^eu
and other?, and said 'J'ract to be renurveyeii and
plutis exhibited on day of sale
jcrmt.?A credit of one and two years, with
iuitrext froin the dtiy of sale.
Purchaser to give liond with al leant two good
sureties, pay the co.-Lj in Cqi>Ii und pay for paper*
\VM. H. PARKER, c.k a d.
Coramisaioner'a Office. >
Dec. C, 1859. \ 33 41
The State of So th Carolina.
Jane E. Waller, 1
vs. 1 Bill for Partition.
Pclius A. Waller, f
nntl ethers. J
PURSUANT to order of Court, I will sell
at public outcry mi Abbeville Court
Hou?e. on Sale Day in January next. (2; th<>
following Real Estate of Albert Waller, dee'd,
in the village of Greenwood, in tlie " Hndgta
IiiBtitute*' Lot. coniniuing ciulil Acres, morn or
less, and bounded by lauds of It. M White
The " Fuller Institute" Lot, containing two
and a quarter Acrea, mi,re or lew, bounded by
lands of Win. P. Hill, and others.
i iMl.viiS,?A credit of twelve months with
interest from date. Purchaser to give Bond
with at least two good sureties, pay the cost# in
cash and pay for papers.
WM. II. PARKER, C.F.A.D.
Commissioner's Office, )
Dec. 10, 1859. S 31 tds
The State of South Carolina.
> Pet. to Sell Slaves.
Jane L. Gordon. )
PURSUANT to the Order of the Court in I
this case I will sell ut public outcry At
Abbeville Court House on SALE DAY IN
lO or 1Q Likely
X B a H. O ?1 S.
T?-rms of Sale:?Credit of (SLelr* months
with interest from day of sale.
Purchasers to give Bond with at least two '
good suntiea,pay theoost ip oash and pay for
W. H. PARKER, c. *. a. d.
Commissioner's office, )
Deo. 16, I860. %l J
Tha Btata of South Carolina.
,, Jn Bgaity.
[ Pet to Sell Slaves.
Mary Watt.Gordon )
PURSUANT to^he Order of tlie^Court in
this esse I Will sell at public oiitery at
Abtftvilfo Votnl Hon?e on SaJqUy in January
lO or ?? $?.-)y
/ferm* \i n>o?fcb?,*rjtb inj?r*t
from ?Uy ofJBflTi/p ,
PorohnB-rs to gi Gflftndwlth *t 1??4 two
?*?4 uir*tt?* p*y tbo eo*t in eaab ud p*j for
r; ~j . H. PARSXRrCi ( A. ik
ComaiMioci^'fe Oftoc, )
1 P?. 15, 18?, M J
) V . ' ,
LET EVERY ONE
ARRANTED to make eonp without lime,
T and with little or no trouble. A large
supply, of t hid valuable article just received
and for sale by
Druggist <ts Chemist,
Abbeville C. II., S. 0.
KIEUS PETROLEUM OR
FOR ilio cure of Rheumatism, Gout ami Neuralgia.
liOMAN EYE BALSAM,
for sore even. UphnmV Pile Electuary (a valuable
Rumcday) for sale at
D. MoLAUCIILI N'S
A1RESII supply just received aad for
IIEGMAJf, CLARK & COS
I^OR the itistnntnneou3 romovnl of Pnint,
UreiiFe. Spots, nticl for cIcniiMnc Gloves.
?v., ?.b W me
moat delicate fabric. F?r pule at
HEGMAN, CLARK & GO'S
COD LIVER OIL,
PREPARED from fresh*Livers, and warranted
pure. For sale at
w mm u Malawi
A LARGE Supply just received and for
HOUSEKEEPERS will find this preparation
useful for mending all kinds of
household Wares, Furniture, Picture Frames,.
Cone nnd Shell \V??rk, and for all purposes requiring
ii strong mucilage. I'rice, 26 eta. per
bottle. For eale at
A CERTAIN cure for Chopped Hands,
Lips, or RougliueHS of the Skin. For
sale at >
A Large supply just received,.'such as,
Bazin's Ox Marrow,
Raziu's Arcturine, (very fine,)
Burnett's Coco sine,
Rowland's Mncassor Oil,
, "\J1rs. Allen's Hair Restorative.
Wood's i-do do
Fo r'snle nt
CITRATE OP MAGNESIA
AFRESH 8upply just received, and for
f MfE, mOKNE, WE.
A SUPI^TtlOIt article of Colocrno enn he ol?
J\. taj/ied, by tlie pint, quart or enllon nt
m- D. MOLAUCH1 jN'S
AHI) t jjl
For ??le nt . .
J. - . >, Drug Stora.
. NQTloa I
1 a AAA romnr rm wbtu
5 Bbi* PowfipiriU Tarp*ntfn?,
Far ink **ry ]*w?i - v> # .
* *, -i . /r ~ , < >
.*, , .JJw . Jr'%*.V ' +'X*.
LANS AND IMS.
BY permission of 0. Gape, Ordinary of
Union District, I will sell nt Union C. IL,
y. C.. on the
26X11 OP DECEMBER n??xt,
nuil day following:
110 LIKIiLl NtlillDIS,
belonging I" the Kst.ato of Co!. Z. P. Herndoii,
deceased. The Negroes are all veiy likely,
and amongjL them am several Cahi-kntehh,
lll..V:K-.MITIl-?, llolMK-SRKVANT.i, C.MtlllAGt
Ditivcr.s unci qood Cook*.
TKRMS Ol1' SALK: For ull sun.s of one
thousand dollars aiul less, a credit of twelve
month* with interest from the day of Sole ; all
sums over one thousand dollars, u credit of
one and two veurs, in equal instalments wit!
interest from the day of hale, payable annually
Purchasers to g've note 01 bond, with at least
two good and suilicicut surities for the payment
of the purchase money. If in any case addition
security i-hnuld be required the purchaser
must pny for the necessary papers.
Also, at the same lime und place, will be
sold 1 CARRIAGE and ii BUGGIES, each with
double Harness, nearly new, and perhaps some
other articles not necessary to mention.
TERMS OF SALK: For all sums of $50, and
less, ca*h on delivery ; over *50, a credit of
twelve months, with interest from day ol sole,
purchasers toeive bond or notes wiLh Hoenriio
Also, at the some time and place, will be
soli), by D. Gouilolook, Commissioner in
Equity, under decree for partition, a
belonging to the same Estate, lj'ing in Uni ?i?
distiii-t. on Br. ad River, adjoining lanil?rf W
C. l)unn, W. K. Johnson, B. F. Roid, l'oh>!i-l
Boyce, Mrs. P. Farr, and L)r. I). E. iWoVfllini,.
containing 80S acres, more or less. Tiii- s oik
of the moil desirable plantations now in mar
ket. About 300 acres of wood?, mid the
remainder in a liigli state of cultivation.
Also, will be sold, at tlie same time and
HOW SE AKB IcAHBS,
Near The Village of Uron
lntely occupied l>y Col. Ilerurion as n rpsidt-nce.
i ims iruci contains li'J Acres. On it is lia.nl
containing Eight Itooms, wi'li nil nrccjsiiry
outbuilding*, a fine Garden nml Orchard of
the tiue/t and rarest varieties of over}* de?eriptioii.
These fruits were selected with (jrent
care, ami the Orchard nnd Ground' have received
much attention. The Tract frouts upon'
the public roud.nnd ud the place are
of excellent water. To persona desiring n
commodious, and pleasant residence, this plnce
oflVrs unusual attractions. The House is within
luilf a mile of the village, and is situated upon
a spot of great natural l>eauty, susceptible of
being made , t>y judicious improvement, one of
the most desirable residences in ihc State. The
location perfectly healthy.
TKRMS OF SALE?The Plantation and
House and Lands above described,- will be said
on the following terms?
Cash sufficient to pay costs, the balance on n
credit of one, two, and three years, wjtji interest
from day of sale, payable ai
chaser to give bond with at 1>
and sufficient sureties for the p
Persons besiring fnrlljpf inform
dress B. F. Arthur, Esq.. atUnion
9. C., or the tubsenber at W1
JOHN N. UF
A<lm"r af Z. !
UnionviMe, S. C.. Xuv. /i, 185
' w x
O n ? ^
At Low Prioe.
THE Sutiscribef being <3?sirou
offers Iiin entire (ilantntion
iit-H on me west side of Liittle )
running one mile up llie, lliyc
about a half a mile up JvhDatoix
tract has about
2-30 ACRES LiMt
on it, of winch there is abobt;*p'
of the bottoms in cultivation.
there are four different locations r><- ii.
I will sell either one of the
choice, I wish to sell the whole
tST T lie Terms will m*4? ea
JSov. 21, 1859. SO tf rT.
GEO. B. CLI
Sale of Land?By ore ' : ; v
Court of Ordin :>.
Real Esta <
?1 VlkUbK OI IIIB Ulim
tvilfsvll by public auatii
(T. II., on Sale liny in Juifr; to 1U
Estate of . f ,
EDMUND DAT riccld,
itubted near Saludn Rhrer,
Henry Deard, Sinium C<1? : I...
and containing <*ielity acrK ml
1mii<1 will lie iM?ld for partition.
credit- will be Riven, pur<;h?s< . "
and Security to the Ordinary* J
JOS. T?. M - i. ?
Deo &, 1669 v , y ! tjfe,
THE STAtE OF v .vWU'.a
Abbeville ffH\itrirfiM Citn > <>?.
By -WILLIAM -Hill,
fas "toe foctMtaMidSugJHfc i<t.< U>
deo'd, Saml Y. Caldf^Mv/Pjh *' ' *
WftdUm*. deC'd( eaeli OUM' i*r?on?1.?viii
di*d in lite State of M1 Iflfettf fawn.f* -
ixotiea ? nerpuy (n?wo'"f ksimhwi ....
Gi/jfjaS^jny hHndS2|I|.v Mm :H i
lWmbCT.Jn th? ?< .m# lim.,.4
?! "A" *FPWitL1 0;A,J).
**>. 10,. lt? WT*ft ^ 3ft
H01)GrESj DAVIS & (JO.
Authorized btv n Bpocial Act of tli<? Legislature,
for the benefit of Academics, and lor other
SOMETHING X K W !
City plan i
StfS JTm Cf <? ?S> ?B?
Prizes Payable Without Deduction!
EXTRA CLASS I
Tri T'.Al.T.OTS?12 DRAWN XUMBKllS!
To bo o? hvii j 11 the City of Mncon, every
Monday, '1 lay, Wednesday, Thui>day, Frl
lay. atid ?!uv Afternoons, at 4 o'clock, luring
the J < :?:-s lh(?9 <fc \S.00.
Hy thin C .ie3, the holder of ary On.; Dollar
Ticket, if the number* ?o cel:-et<-d nhould he I
drawn, will be entitled to a prize, according to i
S C H E M K !
Any $1,00Ticket with 8 drawn No. on it $50,000
*'7 25,000 1
? o " ' ' 10.<10(1 j
.1 ?. .1 .. c .. .. 6,(1011 |
.4 .. .< .. ,j < .. .. 1,000
? ? * 3 " ? -ioo
I " " " 2 30
.. , .1 .. .. 5
Any $1.00 Ticket with n drawn number on it
stationed to come out nt any particular play,
such riB 67 1st, 2d, 3d, or liny other station in
the dra-viDg $00
Tickots From $1.00 To Any Prico.
And Prices paid at tlie above rates per dollar.
MORE PRIZES THAN BLANKS I
"Q ?? ?, ?O ?D ?? ?
TICKETS ONLY $8,00.
Halves ?4.tHi?Quarter* ?Kij?lit.-? >>l,iK).
Priccs payable in T ill, Without Deduction.
Purchasers lnivintj luT'?k>t9, when the n>:vi.
11-is end ill 1 . 2. :5. 1. ."i. 8. 9. <>. uiv i .:>r
nntfoil u prize < ! *25,00
Class 14, drawsSaturday, December 10, 1859.
(Mass 15, draws Saturdav, December 17, J86'.i.
Class 1 0, <lr >ws Saturili: December 21, ]w.V.?
(.'lass 17, drawsSntwrd.i;. ' 'eecmber 81, 1850.
Cln#s 18, draws Saturday, .lanuary 7, 1SI59.
Cb-as 19, drawsSaturdiiv. January 14, 1
(*ln?s yn, drawa Saturda v. January 21, 1S5U.
Class 21, draws Saturday, lanuary 2rt, 1809.
26.220 Prizes Amounting to
Will be distributed according to the following
To be drawn every Saturday. *.
1 Prize of &7'V>00 5 Prizes of $500
1 Prize of 20,? 0 10 Prizesof. 300
I Prize of lO,t?)0 2i> Prizes of /<0
1 Prize of 5.On') I'M) Prizes of 60
I Prize of 3,000 100 Prizes of 25
1 Prize of 2,0t;0 25,000 Prizes of 5
3 Prize of 1,000 |
97G Approximating".Prizes, Amount'g to $18200
2C.220 Prizes amounting 8201,200
Certifi cates of Packages 10 Whole Tickets $55,00
" " 10 Half ? 27.50
? 10 Quarter" 13,75
10 Eighth " 6.8C
Thin is the risk,"and which entitles the holder
to i?e uruws ovei^fZD.
? \ :1 ? t ..
( * ' M
, WOOD, EDDY & CO.'S
SKGLE mm LOTTERIES l
CfEAND CAPITAL r '1IZE
gr&- $10 0,0001 jtt
::ka hi. y on k rit v/.k to k ver r
THE EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS
of Wood. lvMy tfr Co.v Single Numlien Lottorim
will take place in public under ?!?< Supor-,
inti-iuli m-fnf Swim :i Coiumietiuucr*. ut Agtuto-,
Geotvin, ?8 follows; . . . .
CIush No. 47 Drnws Snturdny N'oir, 19, 18C>9.
CINo. ft 1 l)r>.w i Saturday, 1><?c. 17, 1859.
I?ius8 i\n, 60 JJraws SiitiirdrtV,. .Ian. 21, 18C0.
Class No. tiO Di hwii Satiinlny, Fell. 18, 1360'.
To tiikc (mice as above ep'ecified.
1 G RAND CAPITAL PHIZK OF
*^S K (SB ? E? 9 <U? O ??
1 Pi iz?> or f>.r,o,ooi> | 1 Prize of coo
1 !ln,<ino j 1 " &,oou
1 " 13,om> | 20 IVizrg of 2,ooc*
1 " lll,IIO|j 1 loo " l.oou
1 '* (V.ooo | loo " Coo
1 " C.ooo loo ' 4oo
I ' fl.ooo | 15o. ?\ 800
I 4 Pr, $Goo App'n tn^loo.ooo Pr. $2,4oo
4 " Son " " r.o.ooo " '2,ooo
4 '* 4<>o " " 8'>,ooo ' l,6ow
4 " ?<ii) " " lu.ooo " l,2oo
i 4 " 2? ?? " " lo,uuo. " 9oo
J 2M " li?i ' 6,000 " 2,000
6,01 III I'ri/iti of ?>'20 lire lor?,Ooo
; 5..V>?) Ptizvrt niiioontiiii; to $616,000
! t:. 1. - - - -- -
I < iiviv iii'irui .7-"unives fiu, quarter $3
THIi ORDINARY DRAWINGS
of W uo.J KJ.lv ix C'>.'s Lotteries will take pla??
at. Augustii. as follows1?
Class Draws ?>n Saturday, Nov. 12, 18I?1>
! da?s *lrS l>ra\v?i< n Saturday, Nov. 20,
! (^iiins !'.? lirnwi* i>ii Saturday, Dec. 8, . I8r?V
I t'lnss .'< > l)rn?> <iii Saturday Doc. 10, 185<j
1 >ru\va i n Saturilny, Doc. 24, 1851?
| I1 .ivvs oil Saturday, Due. 31, 1859 w
! Cms* r> I imiws mi Saturday, Jan. 7;. 185'J
(!!?*? 1?; i\vj 'mi Saturilny, Jan.. 11, lhti'>
I l'Ui-- j" Draws >>ii Saturilny, Jun. 28, 1800
T- t?kf place iis a' ove spceiliu'l.
11 GR/'.^D PRIZE OF 850,000 !
: 1 1'ri. 1' $20,000 SO 1'i-ireB of fl.Soo
' 1 " K',1'90 ISO " 6oo
1 ? 5.9?:0 1"0 " 4oo
1 " 4 '.'i.ui 100 " Soo
t " ;:.(( >?? I l<iO. "> loo
1 ? 1 l?>0 loo
A I'l'KoXI 11 ATI ON I>Il!ZE3.
| -1 " ?i 0 " S20,0o0 ! I.C00
i " r..'.o " lit.cuio " l'.aoo
i aaa noo
4 '* 2(K) 4.OD0 ' fcOO
t " * 160 3,000 " 600
1 " liKi ' 1,600 " . 400
r.,o<io 2u " loo.ooo
V4btj 1'rieea Bmoii!itiii?r In *!<'>r>nn/i
"Whole Tickets *1'?; Halve* $5; Quartern $2$
WOOD, EDDY & CO.'S
GRAND EXTRA ORDINARY DRAWINGS,
On the Three Number Plan.
l\ik-' jiluce on .the Last Saturd'Ty iu each Month.
WTid'c Tickets $20: Halves $10; Quarters$0,
IN OTtDERtNQ TICKETS OR CEKTIKICATT*,
KiicIpm tin* uipoant ofp\oo4y to qOtSaddreM
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