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Columbia Market.
December 15.
~ Cotton?At the date of our previous weekly report
it will no doubt be recollected that we left
the market active and buoyant, at prices varying
from [email protected] ]c. During the whole of the week
just terminated the same good feeling has prevailed,
and under the, iufluence ot' an active demand
prices have been pressed up [email protected]]c. on our Inst
quotations, bringing fair cotton up to 11$, and
cboico life. On Friday morning the news frotn
Liverpool to the 29th ult. by the Africa came to
hand, reporting the cotton market quiet, and a
decline of $d. on the low and middling qualities.
Sales for the week only 40,000 bales, of which
speculators took 2,200, and exporters 1,100 bales.
These accounts had no material effect on our market,
and up to the close of business on Saturday
evening the demand was good at the following
quotations, viz: Inferior 1<[email protected]$; ordinary 10.^
@10$; Middling [email protected] J; good middling [email protected]
11$; fair 11 $?11 ?; and choice 11 Jc. The sales
of the week comprise 1,550 bales.
Bacon?The demand for this article is rather
dull, and consequently prices are a shade lower.
We now quote [email protected]* for shouWers; sides with
ribs 10; clear 10,J(a>10A; hams lll(S;121c.
"" ??? vi/ot lm? hum nuiet but
I,orn?jl ue curu uuu.v. ?
steady during the whole of the past week at our
former quotations of [email protected] per bushel.
Peat?There is a fair stock of peas on the market,
and the demand is quiet but steady at [email protected]
60c. per bushel.
3 Oatt.?We have no change to notice in the price
of oats, and we therefore continue to quote [email protected]
60o. per bushel.
Flour.?We have no material or quotable change
to notice in the flour market, and we therefore
continue to quote [email protected]$6| for common to good
brands ; superfine $7 ; and extra family flour $7]
(2^$7f per barrel.
Fodder.?The fodder market has been quiet but
steady during the whole of the past week, and
consequently we continue to quote $U?$1 jc.per
100 lbs.
Jjpuiual.
...
Mahried?In this District, on tnc ;un uuuuu,
by John Roddy, Esq., Mr. ROBERT P. WHITE,
and Miss MARY J. CLINE.
gnrfirs.
Died?In this District, on the 1st instant, Mr.
JOHN D. LEECH, third son of Joseph and Mary
Leech, aged 18 years and 3 months.
CLEAR THE TRACK!!!
FOR THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN '
MEMGARIE!
THE citizens of York and the "re?t of mankind,"
trill take notice that the Great-Western
collection of rarities can be seen?and heard
?in the streets of Yorktille, on
SATURDAY EVENING, 20TH INST.
The Company has in charge the most complete
^ collection of LIVE ANIMALS found on this side
& of the Rocky Mountains, consisting of the
W GYRISCUTIS,
HIPPODAMPOPUSOURANG-OUTANG, with a
band of Cannibals from the Sandwich Islands,
THE WILD MEN OF BORNEO,
and numerous other quadrupeds too tedious to
mention. The whole will be led through the
streets, accompanied by music from the
- nA dt.u^TT A "ivrvi
a?U?wl; *J y
in thoir famous car, drawn by FORTY HORSES,
more or less. NO CHARGE made, except the
audience assembled show merriment, when each
person will be required to pay 25 CENTS.
Couie one, come nil.
SIMEON PELEG GRIFFIN, Agent.
Dec 18 *51 It
"town ordinance."
WHEREAS certain persons, not citizens of
this village, have been in the habit whilst
occupying a temporary residence here, and contributing
nothing by way of taxes to the improvement
of the village and the support of municipal
authority, therefore,
r Be it Ordained, by the Town Council of Yorkville,
and by the authority of the same, that hereafter,
any person or persons, not being a resident
citizen of this placo. shall not be permitted to
buy, either for himself, or any other person?anyCotton,
Flour or Grain: aud if nny person shall
do so, he shall be required to pay to the Town
Council of Yorkvillc, ou every bale of cotton purchased,
50 cents per bale; and one per cent ou
the price given by him or thein on all grain, flour
&c., purchased.
And to ascertain the number of bales purchased,
or the value of all grain, it shall be the duty of
such person or persons, oaco in every mouth, or
oftener if required, to return the same on oath.
J. F. LINDSAY, Intendant.
Dec 18 51 tf
Commissioner's Sale of Negroes,
James F. Thompson, ft. al. 1 Bill for Specific
r.t. j Deliver;/ of Slav*,
Thomas Roach and j Account,
Harriet Rebecca Roach. ) ?Vc.
IN obedience to the decree of the Court of Equity,
made at June Term, 1850, 1 will expose to
public sale at York Court House, on the FIRST
MONDAY IN JANUARY, 1857, i) LIKELY
NEGROES, sold for partition among the
heirs-at-law of Mary M. Roach.
Terms made known on day of sale,
k (S'J) JNO. L. MILLER, c. k. y. d.
f Dec 18 51 td
GOLD MINE FQR~SALEr
1WILL sell on the lHtli Uny ot .mam. 11 nex ,
on the premises of the mine, it being in Gaston
County, N. C., (>n the West side of the Catawba
River and South F"tk. the well-known
Mo LEAN GOLD MINE, with SIXTY ACRES of
land, more or less, attached; with two good
springs, and the most of the land timbered, on a
credit of six months with interest from the date,
the purchaser giving bond and security. Any
person wishing to purchase will do well to call on
Win F. Davidson, '/. A. Grier, Wilson Montgomery,
J. C. Adylotte, or Win. R. McLean at the
Gold mine above mentioned.
WM. R. McLEAN, Ejc'r.
Dec 11 00 :Jt
I^OIl SALE.?A first -rate new four-Horse
. WAGON, complete in every respect. Fur further
particulars, apply to the subscriber, residing
one mile from Thorn's Ferrv, ou the Catawba River.
S*. D. CAllOTIIERS.
Nov 20 47 tf
OSGOOD'S AND JONES' CIIOLAGOOUE.?A
speedy and positive cure for
^ Ague and Fever. It has never been known to
W fail. For Sale by L. P. BAHNETT & CO.
July 17 29 tf
rnUE FRIENDS OF CAPTAIN A.
JL ST1LWELL, respectfully announce him as a
Candidate for SHERIFF of York District at the
ensuing election.
Oct 23 43 * tf
? * *? *?*! iiTiinnr/rnTD 41
? U/ MU ?*' ?ii ~
M NOUNCE SAMUEL E. MOORE as a Candidate
for CLERK of the Court of Common Pleas
for York District, at the ensuing election.
Oct 30 44 tf
\\TE ARE AUTHORIZED TO A.YI
NOUNCE V. E. McELHANEY, as a Candidate
for SHERIFF of York District, at the ensuing
election.
Oct 10 42 tf
Tiie friends of daxiel Williams,
Esq.. respectfully announce him as
a Candidate for SHERIFF of York District, at
the ensuing election.
Oct 23 43 tf
Id tod liver oil.--A superior article
of pure Cod Liver Oil. For Sale by
L. P. BARNETT & CO.
July 17 20 tf
i1roh vs and m aris' essence
15 of J AM A1CA GING E R. For Sale by
L. P. BAllNETT & CO.
July 17 20 tf
4 / ann founds clean w .asiiIiJUUeD
WOOL, wanted by
G. 11. KATCHFORD.
Sept 20 87 tf
! State of South Carolina, i
York District.
ELIAS STEED.MAN, who is in the custody of i
tue Sheriff of Vork District, by virtue of a !
1 writ of copias ml tatinjunendnm, at the suit of Man- |
; ney, Powell & Co., iinviug filed in my office, to- j
getlicr with a schedule on oath of his estate and J
effects, his petition to the Court of Common Pleas
j praying that he may he admitted to the benefit of
j the Acts of the General Assembly, made for the
' relief of insolvent debtors. It is Ordered, that ,
j the said Mauney, Powell & Co., and all other the
j Creditors, to whom the said Elias Stcedman, is in
j any wise indebted, be and they are hereby Sumj
moned, and have notice to appear, before the said
j Court at York Court House, on Monday, the ninth
j day of March next, to shew cause, if any they
j can, why the prayer of the petition aforesaid,
; should not be granted.
JOHN G. ENLOE.
c. C. c. p.
Dec I 49 3m
South Carolina?York District,
I TTmiEREAS MARY McSWAIN and MOSES
I M LEATIIUM, havo applied to me for Letters
of Administration, on all and singular the goods
and chattels, rights and credits of JOHN McSWAIN,
late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are therefore to cite anjj admonish all i
aud singular, the kindred and creditors of the said
deceased, to he and appear before me, at om next
Ordinary's Conrtfor the said District, to be lioldcn
at York Court House on the 22d day of DECEMBER
inst, to shew cause, if any, why the said Ad- j
ministration should not lie granted. i
Given under my hand and Seal, this Gth day of
December, in the year of our Lord one thousand i
eight hundred and fifty-six, and in the eightieth
year of American Independence.
J. M. ROSS, 0. Y. D.
Dec 12 GO 2t
THE ANNIVERSARY OF
ST. JOHN, THE EVANGELIST,
v a / WILL be celebrated by the members of
VSf MACKEY CHAPTER, No. 15, R A. M.,
and PHILANTHROPIC LODGE, No. 78,
A. F. M., in this place, on the 27th DECEMBER
next, .when a discourse appropriate to the oeca- j
sion, will be delivered by Companion, Rev. JAS. ,
D. GIBSON. All members of Chapters and of j
the Blue Lodge in neighboring districts, and the j
public generally, are invited to attend. ,
The members of the Chapter will appear in (
plain black dress, with white gloves and aprons.
The members of the Blue Lodge will appear in
their appropriate Regalin.
J. R. BRATTON, ) Committee I
J. E. JEFFERYS f of 1
S. J. KUYKENDAL. J Invitation.
Yorkville, Nov. 20, 1856. 47:0t 1
UNION WORKS,
Corner of Canal and Seventh Streets,
RICHMOND, VA.
TURNER, STEEIETHAGAN & CO.,
TDT> A prnTP A T. "M" A nTTTTtfTRHHR
J. XW.L W JL AV1J.XI
Build to order, Portable and Stationary Engine.",
Steam Saw Mills", Boilers of all kinds, Iron
Railings, together with Cnstings and Machinery
of every description. ]
j ADAM TURNED, I J. W. CURTIS, I JOHN TURNER, ,
CHAS. UAGAN, | WMi STEELE, | JAS. TURNER.
JfQj*' ^ c bike pleasure in referring to Mr. Jos.
i Jlcrndon, of Yorkville, S. C., who has one of our
Engines in operation.
I Dec 11 50 ]y* ,
BOOT S &"SHOE'S]
?1 TIIE undersigned would render
lTJ thanks to his friends and patrons
gifc wS for a liberal custom, and would
CpsSik. solicit a continuance of their faj
vors. lie will constantly be found in the SHOP,
| adjacent to STOWE'S HOTEL, prepared with a |
| Larg6 and Fine Stock of leather, i
J and competent workmen, to give entire satisfac- '
! tion to the most fastidious. His prices are such '
j as he can afford, and he will endeavor to be prompt !
! and faithful in fulfilling orders.
B. DERRER.
j Nov 20 47 tj !
YORRYILLEm
THE next Session of this School will commence
on the FIRST MONDAY OF JANUj
ARY. and continue six months. Terms, from $12
I to $20 for six months. Pupils are charged from
j time of entrance to end of session. No deduction
for absence unless caused by protracted sickI
ness. The usual charge of 50 cents per Session, |
I will be made for firewood.
J. R. SCIIORB, Principal.
I Dec 11 50 3m
! I
1 P. S.?Until the first Monday in January, I i
| may be found at mv office, one door West of the !
j Presbyterian Church, prepared to take AMBRO- j
I TYPES in every possible style. J. R. S.
! tempebamce" Milim!
I rr*HE BETIISHILO DIVISION of the Sous of
I A Temperance, will meet at Betli-shilo, on Sat- i
| urday the 20th instant. The Centre Division, and
I other Divisions in the District, arc requested to !
rfieet with them. Several entertaining Speakers J
have been invited to address the meeting. The j
public generally and the Ladies especially, are j
invited to attend.
W. W. CAROTHERS, ) Committee 1
JOSEPH MILLER, I of
J. 11. WALLACE. J Invitation.
Dec 11 50 2t i
"mmoirmY
1AM now prepared to take AMDROTYPES or [
DAGUERKOTYPES; suiting the taste of all, j
j according as they wish to see themselves upon j
: glass or upon silver plates. With every couven- |
ienee, a full set of apparatus, moderate prices and |
a determination to please, I flatter myself to be j
able to satisfy the most fastidious. I may be !
found at my office, one door West of the Presby- ,
! tarian Church every Saturday, aud at other times !
j not devoted to my school. J. R. SCIIORD.
Sept 4 80 8m
I" A\D Foil SALE.?The Sub- j
_i scriher offers for sale a tract of j
: LAND, s tuate on the waters of Allison
I Creek, mar Bethel Church, contaiuinir
j At. RES. The tract is well watered and j
! well-tinihcrcd. On the premises is a good Dwel-'
J ling House, together with nil necessary outbuild- j
j ings. lie will sell the land and take negro prop- J
i ci ty in exchange, if desired. For further pnrtic- I
! ulars, apply to the subscriber on the premises. j
S. L. CAMPBELL,
j Dec 11 50 3t*
POSITIVE \OTBCE.?The undersigned j
is compelled to call upon all persons who are j
' indebted to himself individually, or to the firms
| of L. P. SADLER & Co., and SADLER, STOWK
j & Co., to make immediate settlement. The de- ,
! mauds upon him are pfessing and must he met.? .
| He hopes his friends will promptly respond to this |
j reasonable request, and save him from the resor- j
, t to an unpleasant necessity, which is really the out !
| ly alternative. L. P. SADLER, i
I June 10 25 tf
rpiIE DALLAS HOTEL FOR SALE
X OR RENT.?The subscriber offers to sell or
I rent the "Dahas Hotel," generally known a? Pe- [
' gram's Hotel. Possession will be given about the ;
' - -e n.1 io-t lWnnc .locifiner tn nnr. !
; isi ui rI'urumjx?
, chase would do well to call early and examine the i
I premises. ANDREW HOVE, j
Dallas, N. Nov. 0, 18o?3. 4"> tf
rn.ike XOTICE.?All persons indebted
X to the estate of ROBERT E. MILLER, dc-!
i caused, are earnestly requested to make immedi- i
: ate payment. The demands against the estate ;
| are pressing. I HAVE HAD TO PAY SOME
i COST and dout wish to pay any more, nor do I 1
t wish to put others to the unnecessary expense of;
I paying cost. J NO. L. MILLER, Adm'r.
June lit) 2(3 tf
Wanted Immediately.
LBS. FEATHERS, for which the higli0
vMX est prices will be paid by
G. R. RATCHFORD. !
4 also:
finn YARDS of LlNSEYand JANES, wan-'
V V V ted at HATCH FORD'S.
| Sept -I 86 tf
La st not ic c.--aY persons indebted to
the subscribers, either bv NOTE or AC- ;
; i COUNT, are hereby fairly warned to settle before 1
the first of January, and save cost. The Books
1 must be closed and Notes paid.
J. N. LEWIS & CO.
BENNETT, LEWIS & CO.
Dec 4 49 4t
tnhnlbs- lea? washed
A vFUV/ WOOL wanted, by
( ADAMS, McCORKLE & Co.
_
WATCHES & JEWELRF!
Jg|^
TIIE SlllSCRIBEK
JUST Laving returned frr.in the North, would
respectfully invite his friends nud the public
generally, to a rich assortment of nrticlcs usually
kept in his line of business, consisting in part ot
the following:?
W A T CIIE S,
Gold and Silver: JEWELRY of all kinds ; Spectacles,
Gold and Silver; Silver-Ware; Silver plated
Ware; Britannia-ware ; Waiters; Fancy Articles,
GUNS, PISTOLS,
Bowie Knives, Walking-Sticks, Military Goods;
Clocks of various styles, &c., besides a great many
other articles too tedious to mention. Persons
in want of articles in my line, will find it to their
advantage to give me a call. I am determined to
SELL FOR CASH,
and for less than goods of the same kind can be
be had at retail, North or South.
REPAIRING
In the Watch and Jewelry line executed with neatness
and dispatch, at the shortest notice, by an
experienced workman.
Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange for
Qoods.
E. M. KIRKPATRICK.
Dec 4 49 tf
Dnmrfiissioner's Sale.
In Equity?York.
John M. Strong, rt. al. )
?>*. > Hit!for Partition.
F. C. Harris, rt. al. J
IN obetPcucc to the Decree of the Court of Equity,
obtained at Chambers, I will expose to
public sale on the premises, on the EIGHTH
Jay of JANUARY 18"?7, a tract of land known ns
the "Ilnmo Place," situate on the East side of Catawba
River, in York District, bounded by ands
of Hugh Harris, Clark Harris, Margaret Harris
md others, containing
300 ACRES.
The above place is well improved, having on it
i Dwelling almost new; good Burn, Screw and
Gin House, and all necessary outbuildings and
over one Hundred acres of it in woods, an.I the
cleared land the best Cotton land East of the Catawba,
in York District. The land is within 21
miles of Morrow's Turn Out, on the Charlotte
and South Carolina Rail Road.
One other tract known as the "Pettus Tract,"
bounded bv lands of Dr. John M. Strong, J. Boyd,
W. I. Clnwson, S. P. Sutton and others, containing
FIFTY ACRES. This tract is all in woods.
The above lands sold for partition and division
amongst the hoirs-nt-law and distributees of Dr.
Jolin M. Harris.
Tkiims?A sufficiency of cash to pay the cost?
the balance on a credit of one, two and three
years, with interest front the day of sale, purchaser
to give bond and good sureties for the payment
of the purchase money.
J NO. Ji. MILLER,
($7.1) C. E. Y. D.
Dec 4 49 ot
The Charlotte Whig and the Chester Standard
will copy 4 times and send bills immediately.
ASSIGNEE'S SALET
ON the FIRST MONDAY in JANUARY next,
we will expose to pnblic sale at York Court
House, by virtue of an assignment made by W.
P. McFadden for the benefit of his creditors, two
valuable TRACTS OF LAND, one containing
178 ACRES,
hounded by lands of Samuel McDowell, Thomas
Spencer and others, on which Jonathan Davis
lately resided, lying on the Land's Ford road,
leading to Rock Hill Depot, on the Charlotte and
South Carolina Rail Road.
Thv other contains
162 ACRES,
ami lies about half-a-milc lvist from t!ic former
tract, ntid is hounded by lands of Samuel McDowell,
Thomas Spencer siu l others. The greater
part of the latter tinet is still in timber.
We will also sell at the same time and place,
OXE Si3BOLARS3BlP
in Davidson College, for which W. P. McFalden
paid one hundred dollars.
Persons desiring to purchase land .cheap?or
procure tuition low in Davidson College, wi'l do
well to attend the sale.
Terms made known on the day of s.ilo.
W. I. CLA W.SOX, A -signcc.
(i. W. WILLIAMS.
Agent for the Creditors.
Pec 11 AO 3t
AT EBBNEZER f
NEW STORE ANDFRESH GOODS.
MESSRS. MASSEY &, HILLS,
T> ESPECTFULLV inform their frienflstlno ighAvl
out the Indian Land, that they have purchased
the stork of Messrs. Fewell, at the well-known
stand in Ehciiczcr, ami have made preparations to
continue the business on a more extended scale.
They arc now receiving an
EXTIRELY XEW STOCK
of Fancy. Staple and Dry Goods. Hardware, Clothing,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Iloots and
Shoes, and nil kinds ami qualities of articles to he
found in a country store. The junior partner has
resided fur Several years in a prominent house in
Chariest mi. where he will reside principally, and
keep on the way
A COXSTAXT SITI*L?
of the latest and best choice of the market.
Every one is invited to call and examine before
purchasing elsewhere, ns they are determined not
to be excelled or undersold.
.John mas,sky,
S. M. MILLS.
Dec 11 AO tf
State of South Carolina,
York District.
JOHN X. GAHKISON. who i* in the custody
of the Sliei ill'of York District, hv virtue of a
writ of dij'ia? ,/ / siili*hn'innh'iii at the suit of Jno.
McCants, having tiled in my office, together with
? ?r!iPi!u!o 011 oath, of his estate and effects, his
petition to the Court of Common Plens, praying
that lie may be admitted to the benefit of the Acts
of the General Assembly, ma le for the relief o(
Insolvent Debtors. It is Ordered, that the said
John McCants. and" all other the creditors, to
whom the said John N. Garrison is in anywise in
dcbtcd. be and they are hereby summoned, and
have notice to appear before the Court at York
Court House, ?n Wedimsdny, the eleventh day ol
March next, to shew cause if any they can, win
the prayer of the petition aforesaid should not he
granted. JOHN G. KNLOK. ?\ c. c. i*Ls.
Office of Common Picas, York District, this Isl
day of December, A. 1)., 1 So'!.
Dec 11 <*>U oin*
Commissioner's Sale.
Mary Ann Anderson, 1
t ?. > flill for J'tirlilion.
David II. Anderson, < (. < //. J
11 Y virtue of nn order of the Court of Equity,
made in this cn->e. 1 will expose to public
sale on the Oth day of JANL'AHY, 1S">7, on tin
premises, nt the late residence of William E. AnI
.lA?AncA/l tl?n tiatnl rtT loin] liiilar.friitv f.
UITMIJI, UVtriirvM, u.v ??
the estate Of said deceased, contaitiing
125 KHCS,
more or loss, bounded by lands of John Harnett,
Joseph Staines, Joseph Harnett, Washington Mason
and others.
Also, all the personil estate of the deceased,
consisting of A NUMBER ONE
FA3ULY OP \EftROES,
viz: Harriet and her two children, Auianda nuc
Martha: horses, hogs, cattle, corn, fodder, household
and kitchen furniture, fanning tools, &c.?
Terms made known on day of sale.
S7.V JN'O. L. MILLER, c. v.. v. i>.
l>ec 11 GO Gt.*G2i
i OH OZ" SIXPHATB qi lMSE
1UU Morphine, Iodine, Iodide of 1'otash, Xc.,
Just Received and for sale bv
L. P. HARNETT & CO.
July 17 2'J tf
tiO.VS PATENT UEIT.VED SPARK
J LING GELATINE, with which an unrivalled
Chrvstalinc Jelly can be made in a few minutes.
'For Sale by L. 1\ HARNETT & CO.
F11EAS.--A very superior article of Black and
JL Green Teas. For Sule by
L. P. BARNETT & CO.
' SOCK HILL ACADEMY, j
THE Exercises of this Institution will be rcsu- '
ined on tbc FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY | :
l NEXT, under tbe superintendnnce of its former !
; Principal, Geu. JOHN A. ALSTON.
His long experience and well-known reputation |
l as a teacber of youth, render it almost unncccs- j
' sary to say anything in reference to bis qualifica- 1
tions. Suffice it to state, that baring received a J
j thorough Academic education, he entered and i
! graduated ut the South Carolina College, and since
| has been engaged, for about fourteen years, in j ~
. teaching. Such opportunities ami experience, j
| have eminently qualified him for the important '
j and arduous duties of thoroughly training and I
developing the intellectual faculties, and have en- |
I ahled him to acquire that tact in impnrting in- \ g
J struction to, aud governing young men which ex- j
pcrienee alone can give, and which are so esscn- j _
I tinl to the prosperity of all such institutions.? j
We the Trustees, therefore, in whose midst, he has i
i for years been engaged in teaching, knowing him j
j-to be thus eminently qualified, take great pleas- |
ure in recommending all who have sons to edu- {
cafe, and desire them to ho thoroughly prepared ,
I for entering any of our Colleges, to send them j
here.
I The citizens of Rock Hill are moral, and many I
i of them religious. They have a prospect of lmvj
ing established very soon, two Churches. There ;
is here, a flourishing Division of tbe Sons of Tem- j *
perance?there is not a licensed grog-shop in the
place, and all of its citizens seem determined to I
discountenance everything calculatedJo tempt the : c
yonng and rising generation into either extrava- ! t
gance or dissipation. j c
This School, at its late adjournment, numbered j
j about sixty pupils, and we, its Trustees, can with
I n.-tifr tn thp. uniform correct deDortment ! -
and studious haljita of the studonts.
flood and comfortable Boarding can bo bad j
within convenient distance, and in the best fumi- i [
lies, at Eight Dollars per month. j J
The following are the rates of Tuition, per Sc9- I
; sion of five months:?
j Orthography and Reading, $ 7 00 J
: The above with Arithmetic, English Gram- j p
mnr, and Geography, 9 00 a
j The above with History, Natural Philosophy,
&c., . 12 00 0
j The Latin, Greek and Mathematics, 17 50
The Scholastic year will consist of two Sessions .
j of five months each. Pupils will be received at A
j any time, and will he charged from time of en- i j
trance nntil the end of the session, except in ca- I
J ses of protracted sickness.
II. SIMPSON, Chairman.
i II. F. Broach, Secretary. ,
Dec 11 50 5t J
The Chester Standard and Lancaster Led{
ger will copy the above five times, and send bills
! to II. F. Broach, Rock Hill, S. C.
EBENEZER ACADEMY,
TUE TRUSTEES of the Ehenezer Academy? "
situated at Ebenezerville, York District, S. C.,
' three miles from Rock Hill Depot, Charlotte and /
South Carolina-Rail Road?announce to the pub- '
! lie that its exercises will be resumed on the 2nd j
; MONDAY IN JANUARY NEXT, under the enro j
i of JOHN R. SI1URLEY. Air. Shurley's known j
! reputation as a teacher, precludes the necessity of i
I our saying anything ns to his qualifications.
The Academy will be furnished with a Philos- |
' opbicnl and Chemical apparatus, Globes, Maps !
and Charts, and every convenience necessary to |
aid in imparting thoroughness of instruction.
Our Academy being located in a beautiful and ]
I licalty section of country, where there are few i
j temptations to vice and extravagance, we intend ?
| to spare neither pains or expense, to make it wor- j
thy of patronage. Students will be prepared ei- I
i ther for College or the common business of life. p
j Term* of Tuition per Seeeion of Five Month*:
i Languages nnd Mathematics $17 50 1
j Philosophy, History. &c, 12 50 {
I Pnifllil. (Iniminirnnil ItnnirronliV 9 00
j Reading, Writing and Arithmetic, 0 00 j (
! Students will be received at any time, and char- J c
j ged only from time of entrance, hut no deduction | s
i will bo made for absence unless occasioned by j J
! sickness. 15
Since it has been noised abroad that convenient i c
Boarding cannot be had, wc beg leave to state j
that no Student has ever been permitted to leave t
for want of Board ; and that now, ns in days past, j *
hoarding can be had in the best families at $8 00 j 1
per month. . J 1
Students are charged 50 cents per term for fire- ! 1
wood. f
E. AVERY, Preiident of Board. j 1
R. J. Adams, Secretary. j'
*j:* Chester Standard, Columbia Banner, Char- |
lotte Whig and Lancaster Lodger, will copy until Is
the first of January, and forward bills to the En- j 1
fjnirer office. 1
Oct 16 42 tlj
KING'S MOUNTAIN
| FfilMHW MILITARY SCSI YORKYJLLR,
S. C. (
ON the FIRST MONDAY OF JANUARY 1857,
the THIRD YEAR of this Institution will he f
entered upon with a corps of five Professors, in ^
the new Garrison Buildings.- By the selection of
men of character and talent as Assistants, the <
Principals hope to merit the confidence of their
Patron*, and to afford every advantage to their
pupils; and further, to secure these ends, they I
will receive only a limited number of students. 1
The Scholastic year will consist of two sessions i
of five months each: First Session commencing i
January 1 -1, and ending Juno 1st. Second Ses- i
sion, commencing July loth, and ending Decern- I
ber 15th.
Temms.?For school expenses, i. e., Tuition, .
Books, kc., Boarding, Lights, Fuel and Washing, |
$100 per session.
Payments.?Fifty Dollars at the beginning and , 1
middle of each session. There will be no charge j
! for medical attendance. No one tinder twelve or j
i over eighteen years of age will be received, and ' '
i nil applicants are required to enter nt the begin- 1
| ning of the Sessions. i
FACULTY AND OFFICERS:
I , (Maj. M. JENKINS. (Senior in Regulation^ ,
, B j X/1SC1 IIC UUU Urgiilll2lllivu,y i i<yr?w ..j , (
j j? | Mathematics. ' .
; | 2 '] Cnpt. A. COWARD, (Senior in Financial De- }
! Z ! pnrtmont,) Professor of Natural Philosophy
8" ( awl French. j 1
' Lieut. C. A. SRABttOOK, Professor of Latin awl j s
j (! reck. I'
i Lieut. E. McIVKH LAW, Prof. /Idles Lett res. i '
| Lieut. H. T. ABBOTT, Assistant in Mathematics i
j and Fw/b'sh.
! D. H. TMOMASSON, M. 1)., Surgeon. ! 1
I It. P. BOYD, Bursar.
| Dec 11 ,-,0 St | ,
BETHEL ACADEMY.- I j
! riNHE present Session of this Academy, will j J
JL close on Friday the ]9th of December, and j
[; its oxerci?es will be resumed on the 2d MONDAY j .
! in JANUARY* next. The growing interest and j
j prosperous condition of this Institution, induces
1 | the Principal to pledge himself, that his whole .
! time and energyy shall be, if possible, more assid- j
' 1 unusly devotid than formerly, to the mental and j
moral cultivation of the Pupils committed to hi? |
' . cure: the lattpr of which he considers of para- J
mount importance in the cultivation of youth. . ' I
Terms of Tuition per Session of five months, I
j as heretofore, viz : 1
1 I The Primary English Brandies 0 0o |
i Eng. Grammar and Geography, 8 (X) j
The higher English Brunches, Mathematics
and the Classics, lf> 00 ,
i No admission for less than half a session : but
[ Students wishing to continue longer than the half, j
and not the whole, will be charged Jiy the month.
! No deductions will be made for lust 'ime, except !
i in cases of protracted illness. Good Boarding can
1 ; be had, convenient to the Academy, at from SO to [
! | $7 per month.
J. T. HARRY, Principal, j
' j Dec 1 49 3in
i State of South Carolina. :
9 !
'Hictwnf
x uia.
OG. STEWART, who is in the custody of the j <
Sheriff of York District, by virtue of a writ
' of rttjji/x in/ .i/itixfarintdiiiti, at the suit of John I
1 Jlntane. for another, having tiled in my office, to- |
J gether with a schedule oil oath, of his estate nud !
j effects, his petition to the Court of Common I'leas, I
I ! praying that he may be Admitted to the benefit of i
' the Acts of the General Assembly, made for the
| relief of insolvent debtors. It is Ordered, that '
the said John 1 lata roe, for another; and all other j ?
1 the creditors to whom the said 0. 0. Stewart is it) j I
; anywise indebted, be, and they arc hereby sum
innued and have notice to appear before the said j <
i Court, at York Court House, on Monday, the 9th | <
: day of March next, to shew cause, if any they <
can, why the prayer of the petition aforesaid, '
' should not be granted
JOHN G. ENLOE. c. c. c. pls. i
Dec 4 49 3m
1 1 1YERY STABLE.?All persons ink* 1
I A debtcd to the subscriber are requested tpjif
; come forward and settle by the 25ih instant,)^ |
- in default whereof, they will find their notes and
' accounts in the hands of Jaines Jcfferys, Esq,, i
for collection. S. W. JACKSON. i
Dec 11 60 8t?
lusimss ftofitts.
DR. ALFRED CRAVEN,
^tsibtnl jShrgtmt gtnlist,
YORKVILLE, S. C.
tOy* On the East side of the Main Street, South
of the "Palmetto Hotel."
Jan 6 1 . tf
WM. C. OWEN,
FASHIONABLE TAILOR,
YORKVILLE, S. C.
Ihop on Liberty-Street, ft Doori below the
"Adlckeo Building."
April 21 17 ly
"JOHN I. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
COMMISSIONER IN EQUITY,!
YORKVILLE, 8. C.
Office in the Court-Honse.
Jan 18 2 * tf
BARKIXOO & WADDELL,
Itock and Exchange Brokers and Cotton Factors,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Will buy and sell State, City, Railroad and all
ither Bonds on Commission. Strict attention paid
o selling Cotton, and liberal advances made on
onsigninents of the same.
W.M. BARKII.OO R. B. WADDELL.
Sept 11 37 ly
H. K, AIKEN & COT
MS k III MERCHANTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
KA7ILL confine themselves exclusively to the
M SALE of Country Produce?more pnrticuatly
Cotton?and make liberal advancements on
11 consignments received.
Personal attention to receiving and forwarding.
EX. R. K. AIKEN A. M. AIKEN.
Oct 16 42 3m
KCHB'D. CAMEnox JOS. JOHNSON, JR.
CAMERON & CO.,
PHffiNIX IRON WORKS,
CHARLESTON 8. C.,
lanufncturers of Marine and Stationary Engines;
Rice Ponnding nnd Threshing Mills; Machinery
for Saw-Mills; Castings in Iron and Brass,
daily; Boiler and Wrought Iron Work,
done by steam-power with Machinery
of their own construction.
Nov 22 46 ly
"THOMAS ALEXANDER,
Of the late firms of W. S. Lawton & Co. and Law
ton & Alexander.)
Upland and Sea I. Cotton and Rico
FACTO R
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
MERCHANT,
No. 1 Exchange Street, and
South-Atlantic Wharf.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Oet 16 42 Gtn
TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE.
rilE Subscriber desirous to dispose of all his
property in Yorkville, offers at private sale
TWO WELL-IMPROVED TOWN LOTS. One of
hese is known as the
Sadler and Stowe Lot,
in which is a substantial brick Grocery Store, now
ccupied by Thomas Davies & Co. The other is
iituatc'1 in the suburbs of the town, on the King's
fountain road, near the Bar-ncks of the Military
School, and has lately been much improved by the
irection of a
Fine Dwelling-House,
lubstantinlly built, with six large rooms, and finshed
in good style. On the premises are a Car inge
work-shop and Blacksmith Shop which,
vitli a full sett of tools, will be disposed of with
lie Lot. This property is haudsomely located,
n a pleasant neighborhood, and can be made one
>f the most desirable residences in town.
Those who desire to procure a good businessitand,
or a plcnsnut privutc residence, would do
veil to put iu their bids. The price wil? bo low,
ind the terms accommodating.
J. H. WALKER.
Sept 25 89 tf
"VALUABLE LAND FOR SALT
rI1iIK Subscriber having disposed of one of his
iL PLANTATIONS, now oilers for sale the oth;rtwo,
viz: The ALSTON TRACT, containing
227 ACRES,
md the HOME TRACT, containing 150 ACRES.
3n the former there is a good Gin House, an exsellent
Screw, Overseer's House, good Barns and
stabling and comfortable Negro Houses. On the
HOME TRACT,
.here is a comfortable Dwelling, Kitchen, Smokeliouse
and Carriage-House. Those lands are sit
lated f.Mir miles SOI.'TII of Yorkvillc, and 1A
nilcs Ea>t of Philadelphia Station on Kings
Mountain Rail Road. Tlicy arc desirable for their
ocation, fertility and other considerations, and
WILL HE SOLD SEPARATELY
f desired. A great bargain can lie had by an
wrly application. Tortus will be made accommolating
to the purchasers.
P. M. OALBRAITlf. \
Aug 2S tto tf
TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE.j
I WISH to sell, or exchange for other property, J
my HOUSE AND LOT in Yorkville, on Con- j
tr<*ss Street, at present occupied by .Ino. L. Mil- j
er, Esq. The lot contains three-fourths of an 1
icre; and ou the premises is a
GOOD DWELLING IIGI'SE
(villi fine rooms, each having a fire place ; kitchen, j
?tore-house, smoke-house, barn, stables, eorn-erib, j
md a new carriage-house, with a large garden in ,
t high state of cultivation.
Also, the adjoining lot on the same street, eon- I
aining three-fourths of an acre, witli a house i
:hereou, and
A FINE ORCHARD
if peaches, apples, cherry? and plumbs.
Also, one other House and Lot, on Madison
Street, whereon Theodore Parish now lives, measuring
one hundred feet in front, with considerable
[lack ground.
If the above-lots are not disposed of before the
2-jth day of December next, they will be offered
for rent. 8. SADLER.
Oct 23 4:1 tf
HOTEL FOR SALE.
R VTIir.RFQRI)TOX, .V. C.
THE .srnSCRIBER having determined to re- |
move, will expose to public sale on the 12th I
of January, ISoT, THE VILLAGE HOTEL, for- j
uicrly known as Twitty's Hotel. This being the !
Western terminus of the Wilmington. Charlotte j
and Rutherford Rail Road, and the road being j
now under contract, will render it a most desirable
place of business. The House is in excellent
repair and order, and within the last three
years improvements have been made upon the.lot j
to the amount of over
ip\S jVVWj
including a splendid Brick Stable, large and commodious,
not surpassed by any in the Western
part of the Stnte. The outbuildings are also in
good repair. Other property will also be sold on
that day and days following.
The House will be sold on a credit of twelve
months, purchaser giving note and approved se- j
purity. Persons desirous of purchasing would do |
well "to call and examine the property.
SAMUEL WILKIN'S.
Oct 10 4:1 8m
70~THE LADIES.
MUS. M. C. WALTER, 137 Richardson St., j
Columbia, respectfully announces to the La- j
lies of the Up-Country, thnt she has returned j
from the North with a handsome assortment of !
Satin, Velvet, Schenelle, Neapolitan, Moss-Velvet, j
31.nrnfK.enn and Bronks BONNETS ; Coronets, Bri- '
lie Wreaths and Veils; French Flowers; Head- 1
Jresses of Rbbon, Velvet and Schenelle; all of j
which she otfers ou the most reasonable terms.? ;
She trusts that when in Columbia, the Ladios will j
not fail to call and examine the stock.
CORSETS made to order; and all orders com- j
plied with promptly.
Columbia, Oct. 23, 1856, 43 3ra
The friends of thodias s.
PAGAN, Esq., respectfully announce him as
i Candidate for SHERIFF of York District, at the
jMuing election.
YORK SHERIFF'S SALES.
BY Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias, to me directed,
will be sold between the legal hours ol
Sheriffs Sale, ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN
JANUARY next, at York Court House, the following
property, viz:?
One negro woman named Philis, levied on as
property of Thomas Miskelly, at the suit of DeKalb
Miskelly. 1
One tract of land whereon the defendant now
resides, levied on as the property of Jacob Etters,
at the suit of Philip Etters and others. 1
Seven Negroes, viz: Jess, Bob, Cinda, Esther,
Tilda, big Csesar, little Cscsar, levied on as the
property of Joshua H. Walker, at the suit of B- T.
Wheeler and others. 2
One tract of land lying on Fishing Creek, bounding
on lands-of Daniel Williams and others, together
with the mill situated thereon; also the
tract that the defendant now resides on; also, one
house and lot at Rock Hill, formerly occupied by
the defendent as a store, levied on as the property
of J. N. McElwee, Jr., at the suit of A. C.
Steele and others. 3
One tract of land whereon the defendant now
resides, levied on as the property of Abner Ellis,
at the suit of II. R. Howser. 4
Two Negroes, George and Jim, levied on as the
property of Robert McLure, at t o suit of John
S. Moore & Sons. 4
One tract of land whereon the defendant now
resides, levied on as the property of J. H. Postell,
at the suit of Rev. 0. B. Bidwell aud others; sold
at the risk of W. G. Postell, the former purchaser.
2
One tract of land whereon the defendant now
resides, levied on as the property of Alfred H.
Swett, at the suit of Moffott & Wylie, et. al. 1
Une tract ot land, bounding on lands ot Lewis
Bolin, Morgan Dover, Alexander Martin and others,
levied on as the property of Wylie Griffin, at
the suit of J. F. Gilmore. 1
One tract of land whereon the defendant now
resides levied on as the property of Wm. Merritt,
at the suit of W. E. White. 1
8. C. YOUNGBLOOD, s. Y. D.
Yorkville, December G, 1856.
THE SAME OLD SHOP!
LEWIS & KERR,
Return their thanks to their friends
jBPwfcvA and customers for past favors, and
jj/fl y respectfully notify the public that
f&J they are still engaged in the mannfacture
of TIN, SHEET-IRON, and
Copper-Ware, at tlie same old stand,
HEARLY OPPOSITE WALKER'S HOTEL
Being both practical and experienced workmen,
engaged exclusively in this business, and furnished
with every needed futility, they are determined
to accommodate the public with the best quality
of WARE, warranted, and on the cheapest terms;
and they respectfully ask a continuation of the
patronage heretofore bestowed upon them. They
will continue to keep on hand a lot
PLAIN TIN AND JAPANNED WARE;
SHEET-IRON, STOVE, COPPER,
AND IIOUSE-KEEI'ING FURNITURE;
AND EVERY
ARTICLE TO BE
FOUND IN A TIN-SHOP.
BQi, ROOFING and GUTTERING done at the
shortest notice, and in a workmanlike manner.
CONTRACTS will be made with Town and
Country Merchants, on the very lowest terms.
Give us a <5all and we will use our best endeavors
to please you.
LEWIS & KERR,
At the Old Stand.
April 17 16 tf
TO LEAVE
CHARLESTON, S. C.
EVERY FRIDAY, nt 9 o'clock, A. M., from
DROWN & CO'8 WHARF.
uiniiHiimiiuiii
Via. Beaufort and Hilton Head, S. C., Savannah,
Darien, Brunswick and St. Mary's, Geo., Fernandiua,
Jacksonville and l'icolata, Fla.,
and all intermediate landings.
TIIE NEW AND SUPERIOR STEAMER
[email protected]?IES
L. M COXETTER, Commander. ) Late of
R. II. STEWART, Mate. I the
L. F. ROCX, Purser. J Carolina.
VV7ILL commence lier trip.", as above, early in
Tf December. The "EVERGLADE" lins been
built under the special snporintendance of bci
officers, expressly fur this route, having elegant
roomy and improved passenger accommodations.
Liberal deductions from the customary rates fa
transportation of Negroes and Plantation appurtenances
will be made to Emigrants.
Connections will bo made at the above place:
with conveyances, thence into the interior.
Freights will be re-shipped from this place, a:
well as from Pilatka, to points beyond on the St,
John's and Ocluwnha Rivers, without charge.
WILLIAM M. TUNNO, Ayent.
North Commercial Wharf.
Charleston, Nov. 20, 1800. -17 Ot*
LIVER? AND SALE STABLE
YOItKYILLE, S. C.
SW. JACKSON, having bought out theestab
lishments of L. P. SADLER and LOVE anc
McCONNEI.L, respectfully informs the people o:
York and the travelling community, that he wil
hereafter conduct the business of a LIVERY anc
SALE STAPLE in Yorkville. He will keep a fine
stock of
HORSES AXD VEHICLES
of every kitid for sale or hire, and will be prcpar
ed with good drivers and comfortable conveyances
at nil times to carry passengers to and fron
any point in the surrounding country. Upon the
arrival of the Cars, carriages will be in waiting a1
the Depot
TO TARE TRAVELLERS
forthwith to their destination. His prices will be
reasonable, and the business will be conductec
strictly on the CASH PRINCIPLE without distinction
of persons. A portion of his stock will b<
kept at the Stables formerly occupied by Lov<
& McConnell; and the remainder, at his new Stable,
nearly
OPPOSITE TIIE POST-OFFICE,
on Madison-Street. Three large anil conveniently
located lots will he kept for the accommodatior
of DROVERS, who are invited
TO GIVE IIIM A TRIAL.
S. W. JACKSON.
Yorkville, Jan. 17, 1850. 3 ly
MusifiiMUSie ii
A LA ROE ami well-selected stock of PIANOS
from the best makers can be had at FACTO
RY PRICES, at RAMSAY'S PIANO and MUSIC
STORE, COLUMBIA. S. C. Those who wish tt
procure a?very superior instrument can get a Hal
lett, Davis & Co's PIANO, with the nateut suspeu
sion bridge and metallic bearings, now among th<
best Pianos in the world. Try one, and if it does
not prove well, the price will be refunded. Every
Piano fully guaranteed!. ??
Mr. RAMSAY, being a practical Piano-make:
and an experienced dealer, can insure to his customers
a perfect instrument, and in the mos^ perfect
order.
B0u No charge for boxing.
Also, on hand, Church arid Parlor Melodeons,
Guitars, Violins, Accordcons, Flutinas, Banjos,
Strings &c., and a general assortment of the latest
and most approved Music.
Rtftrtner*: Rev. J. M. Anderson, President ol
Yorkville Female College; Prof. J. II. Whitney,
Professor of Music.
Sept 18 38 ly
In Equity York.
J. F. Woolridge, "|
vs. J- Bill to Marshall Assets,
MaryC. M'Conncll, et. al. J
IN pursuance of the order of the Couft of Equity,
made at June Term, 1856, in this case, the creditors
of S. L. McConnell, deceased, are required
... o.tnMiuh their it.imnnfla before me. on or before
the 1st of April, 1857.
JNO. L. MILLER, C. E. Y. D.
Dec 4 ($5) 4'J ? 3ui
NOTICE,?Tbo public are hereby warned
note to trade for a Note executed on or about
the 3d of November 1866, for One Thousand Dollars,
pnyablc on the first of January 1857. I do
not recollect whether the Note is negotiable or
not. . I have not received any consideration for
said Note, and; will not pay the same, or any part
thereof, unleaf cofflpelled J)y law.
J. W. FORD.
THE PRINCETON PRESS.
'f fipHE design of the inventor was to get op a Press
X which would answer every requirement of the
offer made by George Bancs, of New York, in
1851, viz: cheap, light, easily manage4j Rod capable
of throwing off at least 500 sheets per how.
This Press will throw off from 600 to 800 sheets
per hour, doing the work equal to any Cylinder
Press. The bed stands abont 80 inches from the
floor, and is the most conrenient of all Presses to /
make ready the form on. It is adapted to jobbing,
or book work, as well as newspaper, and will register
as well as any other Cylinder Press. It
requires, to work it, a man to turn the fly /wheel
and a boy to feed the sheetB.
The Inking Apparatus is very complete, and
differs from the apparatus used in Cylinder Presses
generally, being more like that nsed in the
Power Platen Presses. Two rollers pass over
the form twice to each impression, taking ink for
each sheet.
A Press of this description for newspaper and
jobbing, bed 44 by 28$ inches, with roller mould,
roller stocks, blanket, flying and registering apparatus,
&o., complete, will be furnished for $600.
If intended for book work chiefly, an extra Ink * *.
fountain will be furnished for $20. The press,
fly wheel, &c.,will weigh about 2000 pounds. The Vsides,
&c., are iron. Length of frame, seven fret
?height, to front edge of feed board, three, feet
six inches. Any size made to order.
The following is the list of Sizes and Prices as
far as established: v.-'jfl
Bed 28 by 20, $400. Bed 48 by 81, $6.80 a#
"86 24, 450. "50 82,- 600. t;,*,
" 44 28$, 500. " 62 82, 626.
" 46 80 540.
The beds will take chases their full breadth;
snd'within two inches of the length.
Teems.?One-half/ cash: one half, note, at 4 ^
months, with approved security: or 21 per cent *
discount for cash. ' " " : '
Boxing and Cartage, $18.
For more than three years the inventor, of the
above Press has been improving it, working it all
the while, and ascertaining, with great care and expense,
the best mode of carrying oat all the details
?and he flatters himself he has succeeded in. perfecting
it; and is now manufacturing the Prese
himself. No Press will leave his premises without
being thoroughly tested, and without it performs
to the entire satisfaction of the purchaser.
, JOHN T. ROBINSON. ?
t&T The ' bkville Esqcibeb is printed on a
i 'Trineeton F, and any information respect.
ing it will becbeerfally given by addressing the
Publisher, L. M. GRIST.
"THE PALMETTO HOTEL." .* ;
L. P. SADLER, Lessee.
YORKVILLE, 8. C. ' 7* ~
imi This Laboe Three Stort Brick
fTTTS Hotel, situated nearly opposite the
i i' 1 Ml Court House, is now open for theae1
VMbH couimodation of Tratellzbs, and the
Public generally. The rooms in this House cannot
be sui passed by any others in the 8tate.?
The Table will be always found supplitd with ^
the best the market affords; and the Stables, with % *largo
and capacious Lots, well watered, witl Al- ^
ways offer inducements to drovers of Stock, while
the' bam will be well supplied with Grain and
Provender. .. '
In addition to the above splei.did building, the
! proprietor has purchased the well known "Harris
Hotel" opposite, and the Establishment is thus
I rendered the largest in the State, in way of general
accommodation and convenience.
The subscriber has leased the above from Mr.
W. E Rose, and having taken possession, invites
the patronage of his friends and the publio. He
flatters himself from the experience he has, and
the knowledge he enter^iins of what is required
to make his customers comfortable, that he will
receive a share of public patronage. . +
The Omn'mses will always be found in readiness
to transport passengers to and from the Fdk
i mctto and Rail Road Depot; and Private Conveyances
of every description will be kept for the
accommodation of persons wishing to be taken tp any
point in the surrounding country.
L. P. SADLER..
TO THE PUBLIC. \ ?
THE undersigned having leased the "Palmetto
Hotel" to Col. L. P. Sadler, respectfully solicits
for him a continuance of the patronage
heretofore so liberally bestowed on the establishment.
We feel satisfied from the preparations
made, in addition to the conveniences which cannot
be excelled, that the Palmetto will prove the'
best house in the up country without exoeption*
W. E. ROSE. ,"
Oct. 16. 41 ' tf,
KING'S MOUNTAIN HOTEL
SAM'L N. 1STOWE, Proprietor.
YORKVIJjLE, S.'O. i
jjCTtL THE undersigned respectfully, anJ'
iA* nounc*8 *? tb? Citizens of York Disil
11(91 tr'ct and the surrounding country,
JggU and to the TRAVELLING PUBLIC
. generally, that he has purchased the property
' known as "WALKER'S HOTEL," in Yorkville,
and will conduct the establishment under hisovtn
immediate supervision. The premises will be thoroughly
repaired and renovated ; the Rooms furnished
and kept in neat and cleanly style; the Table
supplied with every luxury the market can b?
made to afford; and the Stables kept with boonti- y
ful provender, by careful and experienced Hosi
tiers.
A number of the best Booms will be
I kept for the special accommodation of Travellers,
f and every care and attention given to their cotn
fort and convenience.
j Whenever desired, safe CONVEYANCES,
on wtoannnhlo tarmc will Ka nwnviftiwl tn nntr
k I VI* ?V?OUUI?Vlv ?V1U>V, nill WV pwtiu?u *V WU^point
in the adjacent Country. , ?. >
Every possible effort will be made to secure for
the "KINO'S MOUNTAIN HOTEL," the reputa
tion of "the best House in the up-country;" and
- the Proprietor trusts, by diligent and finreraitting
i attention, to deserve nnd to receive a. generous
i share of the public favor heretofore bestowed on
t this establishment.
SST The Omnibus will be in readiness to
convey Passengers to and from the Rail Road Dopot.
S. N. 8TOWE.
I Oct IO 42 tf r
: TO PLAITEBS JflSE-MIlM
THE Subscriber returns his thanks for the very
liberal patronage received for the past, and
takesthis method to inform thccitizens of York and
r the surrounding Districts, nnd the whole South,
i that he has effected another improvement'in tbb
Cotton Gin and Wheat Thrasher, S -Jl
that excels any that have ever been introduced
heretofore; nnd from long experience he has no
fear in challenging any other Factory, either North
or South, to produce an equal. He feels very confident
in saying to the public, that his Oins excel
in performance any other make or pattern now in
use. With dry cotton the roll cannot be broken
or made to spew over, which no other pretends to
. claim, and with good driving power and attend-'
ance, a 45 saw gin, will
: Gin from 4 to 6 Bales or more in a Bay,
' weighing from S50 to 400 lbs.; which is as much "
as any one band can well handle in a day. Any
person wanting a superior Gin or Thrasher, can
- be supplied by sending on his order to me at -_.y
Lewisville, Chester Disk, S. C.
Work will be shipped tw-anv place desired. BE
PAIRING done at the shortest possible notice. .
To House-builders, I will say that I am inann.
facturing
SASH BLINDS AND DOOBS, <
of every description, made of the best material,
' and dry lumber, and workmanship the very best.
All work carefully packed and forwarded to or*
' der. JOHN SIMPSON.
^ June 12 24 tf
Dissolution of Copartnership.
New Goods at Rock Hill!
GW. BROACH having retired from the Co
partnership, the undersigned will hereafter
conduct the business at their old stand at Rock
, Hill, under the firm of W. F. BROACH & CO.?
They nre now opening their stock of FALL AND
I j WINTER GOODS, which embraces every artiola
' belonging to a completely-furnished
COUNTRY STORE,
to which they beg the atttcntion of their friends
. and customers throughout the Indian Land. Believing
in the motto?"quick sales and short prof
its," tbeir customers my expect to find bargains
the cheapest to be had in York District.
W. P. BROACH,
J. J. MILLS.
Rg^The Notes and Acconnts of the old firm
are in the hands of W. P. BROACH; and those
who are indebted to the conoern are earnestly re*

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