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being made by Prof. De Grnth's Electric Oil. It seems to act on the diseased parts with remarkn- ! ble effect, nnd in a short space of time health rc- ! gains its sway. It can be had of the agent here, j See advertisement in another oolumn. Uptwal. Marrikd?At Fort Mill on Tuesday, 6th instant, by Joseph F. White, Esq., Mr. JULIUS GRIFFIN, and Miss PURNET WYATT, both of "Kansas." ?tofaarj. DiIiD?On the oth inst., in the 46th year of her age, Mrs. NANCY HANNAH, wife of Rev. S. L WAtso*, Pastor pf Bethel Churcb, in this Dis j trict. The deceased was endowed with excellent juag- i ment and extraordinary strength of will. In ear- | ly life, she made a profession of faith in Christ? I the reality of which was emphatically tried by | fire. Her Diviue Master was pleased to make j her the subject of bodily affliction for 17 years, and often her sufferings were intense, bu^she bore the same with meekness. In her case, patience seems to have had her perfect work. Most persons, in her very feeble state of health, would have been highly commended for even entertaining I kind and charitable thoughts respecting others, j but our deceased friend was not only benevolent, I but also truly beneficent: for besides looking well j to the affairs of her own household, she delighted in visiting the sick and ministering to the wants of the destitute and afflicted around her. And her end, as might have been expected from such a life, was peace For aliliough called suddenly at j the 3d watch of the night, she received the summons without the least perturbation of mind, and | after calmly and tenderly bidding adieu to her j family, she quietly fell asleep in Jesus. In this District on the 6th instant, GEORGE, j infant son of B. F. & L. E. Rawlinson, aged 11 months and 20 days. "V[ ?TICE.?WILLI AM B. DUNLAP having J3l assigned his estate to me for the benefit of i his creditors; said creditors are hereby notified to j meet at my house on FRIDAY, 23d instant, to ap- ! point an agent, if they thiuk proper, to act with j mc. L. H. MASSEY. Oct 15 42 2t 0>IETHI\G Yew !?The undersigned ; takes this method of informing the citizens of ROCK HILL and the public generally, that they ' " ? ^"-*?nrtnorabir? in the TAILORING UHvc ivruicii n BUSINESS at Rock Hill, where they will he pleas- I ed to receive JOBS in their line of business.? j Monthly Fashions received from New York and Philadelphia. JAMES H. JOHNSON, R. C. ROBINSON. Oct 16 41 3m In Equity?York. J. N. McElwee, Jr., 1 Petition for Fundi of vs [ John A. Hngans. ) Absent Debtor. IT appearing to my satisfaction that the Defend- | ant resides beyond the limits of this State?on j motion of Clawson, Solicitor for the Petitioner, it is Ordered, that the said Defendant do plead, answer or demur to the same within three months from the publication hereof, otherwise a decree pro confesso, will be awarded against him for default. J. L. MILLER, o. k. t. d. Oct 16 ($6) 41 3m In Equity?York. J. N. McElwee, Jr., Petition for Funds vs. I J. Lafayette Hngans, ) Of Absent Debtor. TT appearing to my satisfaction that the Defen- j JL dant resides beyond the limits of this State? i on motion of Clawson, Solicitor for the Petitioner, i it is Ordered, that the said defendant do plead, answer or demur to the same within three months from the publication hereof otherwise a decree, pro confesso, will be awarded against him for default. ' JNO. L. MILLER, c. e. v. t>. Oct 13 (S3) 41 3m South Carolina?York District, Allen Robinson, Applicant, vs. Margaret Robinson, et. at., heirs-at law of James Robinson, deceased.?Partition Real Estate. WHEREAS George Steele, one of the Creditors of James Robinson, deceased, hath filed his petition, praying that the proceeds of the reai estate sold in this cose be paid over to J. H. Adams, Administrator of deceased, to be by him applied to the payment of the debts of said deceased. These are therefore to cite and notify David Robinson and James Robinson, parties who reside without this State, to appear at the Ordinary's office in Yorkville, on or before the 12th January next, and object to the prayer of the petitioner being granted, or thoir consent will be entered of record. J. M. ROSS, Ordinary of York District. Oct 15 41 ;Jm I GUJL.U JLYI1AN ?i!5j IRON-WORKS & NEGROES FOR SALE. BY" Virtue of a mortgage and power of sale therein contained, executed by PHILIP W. GROOT of the city of Albany, to ANDREW HOY'L and his Executors, for and in behalf of the HIGH SHOALS MANUFACTURING COMPA NY, the undersigned will proceed to sell to the highest bidder, for ready money, at the High Shoals iu Gaston Couuty, N. C., on THURSDAY, the 31 ST DECEMBER, 1857, that extensive, well known and VALUABLE PROPERTY known as THE HIGH SHOALS, Embracing FIFTEEN THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND, a large portion of it producti ve grain growing land. Also, several rich GOLDMINES opened and uow being worked. Also, many bodies of inexhaustible which have been profitably worked. Also, a WATER-POWER unsurpassed by any in the South. I Also, SIXTEEN NEGROES, all, but one, FEL- j LOWS AND MECHANICS. THOMAS GRIER, W. p. BYNUM, Ex'rs of A. Hoyl. Oct 15 11 lit REMAINING in the Post-Oilice at Y'orkville, S. C., ou the first of October, which if not taken out within three months, will be scut to the j Departmeut as dead letters: A. Kell, Dr. J. T. Alexander. Jnmc* A. L. Ardrey, John Leonhart, Jos. & Co. 2 B. Logan, John Barry, Robert M. Berry, William McDowell, Audrew J. Blair, James Moore, Thomas Brownlee, W. H. 3 Moore, B. Bennett, Nancy A. Moss, J. R. Burgess, S. E. 2 Moore, A. A. Benfield, Noah Moore, J. W. Ballard, Thomas Moore, S. B. C. 'Morrow, Martha 2 Clark, Miss Margaret McKnight, Julia Crowder, Jeremiah McMukin, Mary Campbell, Robert N. Corry, James iNaylor, John 2 Carroll, S. L. Neely, Thomas S. I). ' P. & R. Ditty, James Parkins, John D. Dover, Martin Ross, Marion V. E. Russell, William ? si - _ LH!An ! ? t.-irie, uen. oiuu . Elliott, Thomas A. Salman, Jacob 2 F. i Suggs, John Falls. A. J. ISander?, Eliza Fordel), Mastnn Sargent, Mrs. D. S. Full wood, R. II. Scarborough, Esther G. | T. Gill, Miss Martha Turner, X. H. Greer, John A. 2 Turner, Henry Gillespie, Elizabeth 2. Taylor, Rev. K. F. Gordon, Green j V. H. Vick. J. 0. W. 4 Harmon, Leander Vankyke, II. Harris, Xoah i * W. Hollingsworth, II. P. Wilkins, T. H. Hnrshaw, Louisa i Walker, A. T. Hendricks, J. Wix, William R. K. Williams, William Knowles, C. B. 4 Watson, Miss X. A. Keen, Charles R. ' W. R. ALEXAXDER. /'. M. Oct 4 40 3t rowvs A\I> MARfs? essence of JAMAICA GIXGER. For Sale by L. r. BARNKTT & CO. Oct lo 41 tf _ Arrow root.--A superior article of Arrow Root and Ground Mustard. For Sale L. P. BARXETTJt CO. For rem.- -The building lately occupied as the EXtH'IKER OFFICE. Apply to L. M. GRIST. Oct 15 41 tf NEW GROCERY PROVISION STORE! IDJOHIXC STOWE'S IIOTEI,. C. E. WILLIAMS TAKES this method to inform the citizens of York District and the public generally, that he has jnst opened, in the Store-Room adjoining STOWE'S HOTEL, alarge and WELL SELECTED ! STOCK of GROCERIES and PROVISIONS, consisting in part of Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Molasses, CHEESE, MACKEREL, Smoked Herrings, Lobsters Crackers, Westphalia Hams, Pepper, Ginger. Macaroni, Pickles, Candles, Soap, Soda, &c. Also, Champagne, Champagne Cider, Brandy Fruits, Porter, Ale, Ginger-Wine, &c. SEGARS, TOBACCO, &c. &c., together with everytbing'usually found in a well-appointed GRO- ! CERY AND PROVISION ESTABLISHMENT, which he will dispose of on reasonable terms for CASH or BARTER, and on NO OTHER TERMS. Oct 8 40 tf IBLE SOCIETY.?Rev. E. A. BOLLES will present the claims of the Bibie cause at Bullock's Creek Presbyterian Church, onSATUR- | DAY before the 2d Sabbath, and will take a col- , lection for the spread of the Bible among the des titute Will the Presbyterian Congregation at ; Bullock's Creek, and the Salem Presbyterian Con- | gregaiion, notice this ? He will also attend at i Bethel Presbyterian Church on the thuksvai ; before the 3d Sabbath, for the same object; and al?o at Beersheba. on the SATURDAY before the 4?h Sabbath. The Pastors will oblige by noticing this. Sept 10 30 tf ClOTTON SAW GINS.--The Subscriber j J is prepared to furnish to the Planters along j the line of the Charlotte and York Rail Roads, ; COTTON GINS of the best quality, at $2 per SAW. Among the improvements of these Gins, is the TIN COVERED BRUSH and its proteotion from rats; and the MOVEABLE RIBS, by which they can be renewed when worn. Bgk, Freight paid by the subscriber. JAMES M. ELLIOTT. Winnsboro', April 30,1857. 17:6m C~ A HI.YET M ARI\G^?Tlie undersigned take this method to inform his friends and the public generally, that he still continues the I CABINET MAKING BUSINESS, at the old stand | near the Rail Road Depot. He is well supplied with LUMBER of a first rate quality, and all ueo- ! essary materials for the manufacture of articles \ in his line, at low prices for Cash or Barter. G. S. DOSTER. 8opt 3 35 tf _ _ A TEACHER WANTED IMMEDIATELY.?The TRUSTEES of the MALE ACADEMY at this place, are desirous of securing i the services of some one to take charge of the j Academy, who is capable of teaching the Classics i and preparing young men for College. Apply to W. I. CLAWSON or W. C. BE ATT Y. Oct 1 39 St IRON RAILING.?The Subscriber has X made such arrangements as enable him to furnish IRON RAILING of all descriptions and patterns, for Grave-Yards, Balconies, &c. Persons needing such will please call on or address him, at his Marble Yavd in Yorkville. RICHARD HARE. July 2 26 Cm iJOR SALE.?A No. 1 COOK, WASHER and IRONER, young aud likely. Also, one HOUSE and LOT on Jetferson-street, known as the ' Hyndinan residence."' Also, the lot on Church-street known as the "Magnolia." These lots are desirable property nnd will be sold low. J. S. SADLER. Sept 10 36 tf T AW NOTICE.?The undersigned have * - * - it I B i this ciav tormca a pannersuip m me prnvuve of Law and Equity in York District. Office in the Court Yard, directly in rear of the Court House, where one or both of them at all limes can be found. I. D. WITHERSPOON. EDWARD MOORE. January 9, 1857. 2 tf HOSE FAI LT ??I bate urged" the settlement of some bonds of long standing in the Commissioner's Office. The 25th instant is Return Day for York District. Look out. JNO. L. MILLER, C. E. 1'. />. Sept 17 37 32 NOTICE.?Application will be made to the _ Legislature of South Carolina at its first scssiou, to establish a public Road from the North Carolina line, to the junction with the Cherokee Ford Road near Broad River. Sept 7 37 tl THE FRIENDS OF THOMAS S. PAGAN, Esq., respectfully announce him as a Candidate for SHERIFF of York District, at the ensuing election. Oct 13 40 tf WE ARE At TIIORIZED TO ANNOUNCE SAMUEL E. MOORE as a Candidate for CLERK of the Court of Common Pleas for Yerk District, at the ensuing election. July 17 29 tf BOARDING.?The Subscriber is prepared to accommodate 8 or 10 pupils of the Yorkville Female College with Boarding. W. P. McFADDEN. Aug 0 31 3m PURE SENNA FIGS.?A pleasant and effectual remedy for costiveness and nervous headache. For Sale by L. P. BARNETT & CO. July 2 20 0 C"<OTTOGIN FOR SALE.?The un) dersigued offers for sale at a reasonable price, one of John Simpson's iinprove-1 Cotton Gins. W. P. McFADDEN. Aug 6 31 3m n~ A RDM ARE & CI TLERY.?Knives ami Forks, Pocket Knives, Coffee-Mills, Sieves, Pistols, Double and Single Guns, &c. For Sale by L. BLOOMBERG & BRO. July 10 28 tf 1MIE FRIENDS OF DANIEL WIL. LIAMS, Esq., respectfully announce him as a Caudidate for SHERIFF of York District, at j the ensuing election. Get 10 42 tf riillE FRIENDS OF CAPTAIN A. i STILWELL, respectfully announce him ns a Candidate for SHERIFF of York District at the ensuing election. Oct 23 43 tf ^TOTICE is hereby given that application i.N will be mnile to the next Legislature of South linn fm. un A of nf Inojii-nnrnf inn in hfOtnlf nf Botbcsda Presbyterian Church in York District, S. C. [Prs. fee $5] Aug i>7 .??4 tl RAGS ! RAGS !! RAGS : ! J?The Subscribers will purchase all the CLEAN COTTON und LINEN RAGS that may be brought iu at the highest market value. L1NDSEY & GORDON. Aug 27 31 tf E A D V-MAD ECLOTHI.Y G.?Abig stock of Ready-made COATS, VESTS aud PANTS, suitable for Summer Wear, on hand and for sale, by L. BLOOMBERG & BRO. July 10 28 tf i W liVlTD !-6NE""lTUN"i>RED iJlklKGY ! ? YOUNG FIELD NEGROES, from the ages ! of 12 to 25, for which I will pay full cash prices. C. J. PRIDE. Landsford, Chester, S. C., Aug. 20, 1857. 33 i OTICE.?Application will be made at the ! XN next Session of the Legislature of South i Carolina, for an Act to re-charter Bethel Academy. Aug. 27 34 tl S' EIDEITZ AND SODA POWDERS of extra size and quality. For sale by L. P. BARNETT & CO. June 25, 25 Ot ; % 1 lrSEINiS.?A fine lot of MUSLINS, ran 111 giug in price from 10 to 371 cents. For Sale by L. BLOOMBERG & BRO. ; July 10 28 ft__ ! 1ITAXTED.?50,000 yards of good WOOLi TV EN JANES and LINSEY CLOTH wanted | by ADAMS. McCORKLE & CO. I Aug 20 33 tf | 13 31 SI ROIDER1ES.?Collars, Sleeves and I JE4 Chemisettes. Collars from 0J cents. For Sale by L. BLOOMRERG & BRO. Teas.? A very superior article of Black and Green Teas. For Sale by L. P. BARNETT & CO. LAND FOR SALE. THE Subscriber offers for sale 1200 ACRES of LAND lying in Gaston County, Noitli Carolina, on both sides of tho South Fork of Catawba River, 14 miles Northwest of Charlotte, ami with- j in three miles of the line of Railroad now build- j ing from Charlotte to Lincolnton. This tract offers fine inducements to purchasers, as 1000 Acres is WOODLAND, and on it is a WATER-POWER of 20 feet, with command of the whole river.? i It is an excellent site for a manufactory of any J kind. On the tract, GOLD and other minerals i have been found, and would probably, if develop-1 ed, prove of great value. Also, 250 ACRES on the 8outh Fork?a great portion of it FINE BOTTOM LAND. The above tracts will be sold in lots to suit purchasers. Terms easy. Persons wishing to examine these lands, will be attended by the parties at St-owesville, N. C.; or any desired information given on application to Col. S. N. Stowe, Yorktille, S. C. J. & E. B. STOWE. May 11 23 tf DR J. T. WALEERrj SURGEON DENTIST, Cheater, 8. C., TTfTOULD resDectfully inform the public that [ his rooms are now at the Cornweil House, | where he may be professionally consulted on Mon- < days and Saturdays, and at Rock Hill, York District, from the second Tuesday of each month until the Friday following. He is now in possession of the science, material, and instructions, for mounting Teeth on the CHEOPLASTIC PROCESS, which is considered by Dentists who have tried it, to be the perfection of mechanical Dentistry for mounting partial or full setts of Teeth. July 2 26 tf RAIL ROAD HOTEL.?The und^l^ ed begs leave to inform his friends and the public at large, that he has just finished and opened his new building, known as the MULLI.NAUX HOUSE, opposite, and within fifty feet of the King's Mountain Rail Road Depot, Yorkvillc, for the accommodation of the TRAVELLING community. CONVEYANCES will be kept for the transportation of travellers to any portion of the country. STOCK DRIVERS can likewise be accommodated. Every effort will be made to oblige and entcrtnin customers in a satisfactory manner. Bills made to suit customers. M. MULLINAUX. Sept 4 85 tf LA!VD FOR SALE.?The undersigned desiring to remove West, offers his plantation for sale, situated one mile from Yorkville, containing 350 ACRES, 160 of which is excellent WOODLAND, together with 33 or 40 Acres of BOTTOM. On the premises is a comfortable DWELLING HOUSE, good Gin House, and all the usual outbuildings belonging to a well appointed farm. There are also several Springs of good water. Supposing that any person desiring to purchase will come and examine the premises, any further description is deemed unnecessary. The terms will be made easy. MATTHEW HARPER. Aug 20 33 3m Warlick's patent plowtThe audersigned take this method to inform the citizens of York nnd Chester Districts, that they have purchased the right to manufacture and sell WARLICK'S PATENT FLOW, in the aforesaid Districts. Mr. J. H. CULP is our lawfully constituted and travelling Agent, of whom the PLOWS can be procured ; or at the manufactory near Bcckhatuville, on Fishing Creek, in Chester District. JAMES II. FERGUSON, T. W. WOODWARD, A. B. BROWN. March 5 9 ly T ailoring*?The undersigned takes this method to inform his friends and the public generally, that he will continue to carry on the TAILORING BUSINESS in its various branches, at the stand formerly occupied by T. & W. DICKSON, a few doors West of the Post-Office. By a strict attention to business, and a desire to give full satisfaction, he hopes to recieve a liberal share of patronage. His prices will be in accordance with the times. THOMAS DICKSON. Sept 3 So Sm South Carolina?-York District. John H. Good, Applicant, against Pamela Good, et. al., heirs-at-law of George M. Good, dee'd. IT appearing to my satisfaction that William Shercr and wife Mary Ann, two of the defendants, reside without this State. It is therefore Ordered, that they do appear and object to the division or sale of the real estate of George M. Good, deceased, on or before the 1st of December next, or their consent to the same will be entered of record. J. M. ROSS, 0. Y. D. Oct 1 39 9t and and lots for-sale.-The Subscriber offers for sale his HOUSE nnd LOT on the Landsford road, about 1 mile from Rock Hill Depot. It is well-improved, with a very comfortable DWELLING, and all necessary outbuildings. There are 34 ACRES belonging to the Lot. Also, a House and Lot in Rock Hill, and about 330 Acres of BLACK-JACK LAND, all in woods except 20 Acres, and lying 1J miles from Rock Hill. Terms easv. Call and see me at Rock Hill. W. P. BROACH. May 21 20 tf Hoise and lot for sale.The Subscriber will sell his LOT in Yorkville, on which there is a good DWELLING HOUSE, containing six rooms, each having a fireplace. Also, a good Kitchen, Meat-House, Lumber House, Barn, Stables, Corn House, CarriageHouse, &c., nnd a Well of excellent water. Terms will be made accommodating. J. M. ROSS. Aug 20 33 3m vtew corn mill.?The undersigned takes this method to inform the public that his CORN MILL, attached to his Tannery, will he in operation on and after SATURDAY NEXT, 5th instant, and on every TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, succeeding. T ?TTtn*TI\A\T j. niin^i'w. Sept 3 35 tf (10LI .MI1I I >11 LLS.?Those Mills are J manufacturing COTTON OSNABURGS and YARNS of superior quality. All orders promptly filled. Country merchants will do well to order direct from JAMES G. GIBBES & CO., Columbia, S. C. Oct S 40 4t FOR RENT.?Tbc subscriber offers For i Rent the HOUSE AND LOT at present occuI pied by him, opposite "Stowc's Hotel." The building is well-arranged, and has heretofore I been used as a Private Boarding House, l'ossesj siuii given on the 1st of January, 1858. "W. B. METTS. Oct 8 40 4t ' \\7"A!VTED.?The Subscriber wishes to pur! Tf chase 50,000 lbs. DRY or GREEN HIDES, for which Cash or Leuther will be paid. I would prefer customers to bring them in GREEN, as it is better lor us both. J. HERNDON. July 10 28 tf TjVUR IYOTICE.?AH pzrsons indebted to i r the late firm of ADAMS & McCOItKLE, are | earnestly requested to call and settle. The business must be brought to a close, and that speedily | ?"peaceably if we can, and forcibly if we must." ADAMS & McCORKLE. July 2 20 tf FOR SALE.?A Scvcn-Horse Power ENGINE in perfect working order, which will i be sold on cheap terms. Also, a first-rate FOUR ! HORSE WAGON, uew and in good order. J. IIERNDON. July 10 20 tf l-?*r?w*nrws T.ANfiR stneic Df ' iiittj ? -tt WHITE GOODS, consisting of Swiss Mus| lin, Jnconet, Cambric, Bishop Muslin, Check Mus! lin, &c., which is offeren at low prices by L. BLOOMBERG & BRO. j July 16 28 tt NOTICE.?-Application will be made at the uoxt Session of the Legislature, for the pas1 sage of an Act to Incorporate Mackey Chapter, i R. A. M., and Gibson Council of K. and S. M. of York District. Sept. 11. 85 tf j VlfE ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN[ y t NOl'NCE V. E. McELH.VNEY, as a Candidate for SHERIFF of York District, at the ensuing election. July 17 29 tf CtOY'S PATENT REFIIVED SPAltK) LING GELATINE, with which an unrivalled Chrvstaline Jelly can be made in a few minutes, j 'For Sale by L. 1'. BARNETT k CO. I June 16 23 tf COD LIVER OIL.?>A superior article of pure Cod Liver Oil. For Sale by I I.. ?. BARNETT A CO. 40,000 ???XS AS CHARLO' mt BOONE Are now receiving and opening, the SHOES erer brought to this market, and the ply their friends and Customers, with BETTER Gi in North or South Carolina. Their Stock consists in part of Ladies and Gentl SHOES and GAITERS: UPPER AND SOLE L ING AND BINDING 8KINS, SHOE-MAKERS n ING, &c. &c. Their Stock of BROGANS are fered in this market. WILL find it to their advantage to give us a call, as they can buy the same article in Charleston, suit you, and are determined to sell them at prices TERMS?CASH. ONE PRICE ONLY! October 1 39?2m FBESHARRlVAM FALL AND WINTER OF 1857!! SIMRIL 4. WILLIAMS, RESPECTFULLY inform their friends and the public at large, that they are now receiving their NEW SUPPLIES, and nsk the attention of Gentlemen who are desirous of purchasing their outfit of FALL AM) WINTER CLOTHING. Our Stock consists in part, of fine Cloth Dress Coats; OVERCOATS, Over-RAGLANS?a superior article ; BUSINESS COATS of every description, with a rich and varied assortment of Black Cas8imere PANTS; Satin, Cassimere, Silk and Cotton Velvet, plain and figured Silk VESTS: and an elegant variety of Gentlemen's FURNISHING GOODS, Gloves, Cravats, Scarfs, Neck-Ties, Collars, Hosiery, Linen and Net-Wool Shirts; Umbrellas, Carpet-Bags and Trunks; and in fine, a complete stock of Goods in the CLOTHING LINE, of elegant patterns, the latest and most fashionable styles, and at as as can be had in onr market. We are under obligations to our friends for their past favors, and we promise to endeavor in the future, both in the quality and prices of our GOODS, to give the'm entire satisfaction. Give us a call and examine our stock before purchasing. SIMRIL & WILLIAMS. THOSE who are indebted to the old firm of F. H. STMRTL &. CO., must make settlement; as we are compelled to close the books of the concern. F. H. SIMRIL & CO. Oct 1 39 3m SJECOND ANNUAL FAIR or THK #?m a fvtvi i etfi vnttt mtrn t t nnnvvimtr DTI If fl Mint mum ran nr s. t To be held at Columbia, on the 10th, 11th, liith and 13th of November, 1857. THE Executive Committee of the Stute Agricultural Society of South Carolina, respectfully call the attentiou of the citizens of the Southern States to their approaching Fair, at which premiums will be awarded for all articles of Agricultural, Horticultural and Mechanical interests, as well as Ladies Fancy Work and Domestic Economy, embraced in an extensive Premium list, which can be had on application to R. J. GAGE, Secretary, Fair Forest, S. C. The Society lias erected the best and most commodious Halls in the United States, for the convenience of exhibitors, and good stalls for the use of animals. All articles will be transported to and from the Fair, by the Railroads in South Carolina, free of charge, at the owner's risk. Let one and all from the mountains to the seaboard, turn out to celebrate this annual Festival. A. P. CALHOUN, E. J. PALMER, J. F. MARSHALL, A. G. SUMMER, J. U. ADAMS, D. L. HARLEE, R. J. GAGE, Executive Committee. Oct 1 SO 4t LAND FOR SALE. BY the authority of the last will and Testament of Richard E. Kenr dy, deceased, I will expose to public sale, at Chester C. House, on the first Monday in December next, the Real Estate of the said deceased, not specifically devised, viz: 1. The Plantation on which the deceased formerly resided, and which he purchased from Jos. Reid, containing 1560 acres, lying in Chester and York Districts on Broad River, and bounded by lnnds of James G. Robinson, Coleman Cranford, and others. 2. A suiall tract lying on Broad River, containing about six acres, on which there is a mill seat, adjoining lands of said Richard E. Kennedy and Coleman Cranford. 3. A tract of land called the Martha Gaston place, containg 224 acres, lying in Chester and York District, on the waters of Turkey Creok, and bounded by lands of Susannah Gaston, Valentine Atkinson, and others. 4. A lot in the Town of Chester, on which is situated a Carriage Factory; also, some unimproved lots adjoining said lot. L. C. HINTON, Adm'r., with the Will annexed. Sept. 3, 18-57. 35 14w ~yORK SHERIFF'S SALES. BY Virtue of Writs of Fieri Facias, to me directed, will be sold between the legal hours of Sheriffs Sale, ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER next, at York Court House, the following property, viz:? Three head of horses, two sorrols and one gray called "Charley," levied on as the property of W. J. Tomlinsou, at the suit of J. H. Walker and othcrs. 1 One 4-horse wagon, levied on as the property of Matthew McCants, at the suit of B. F. Ellis. 1 One tract of land whereon the defendant now I resides, levied on as the property of Wm. Gwinn, at the suit of B. T. Wheeler and others. 0 One tract of land known as the "Garvin tract," bounding on lands of James McDowell, Mark Galbraith, S. E. Bratton and others, levied on as the property of S. L. Love and L. P. Sadler, at the suit of Alexander White, Adm'r., and others ; to be re-sold at the risk of the former purchaser. 7 Two Negroes, George and Jim, levied on as the property of Robert McLure, at t o suit of John S. Moore & Sons. 13 S. C. YOUNGBLOOD, s. r. d. Yorkville, October 8, 1857. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. In Equity-York. D. T. Sehooley and wife, ) ? *. ? Bill for Partition. Levi Lock and wife, et at. ) j'N obedience to an order of the Court of Equity, made at June Term, 1857, in the above case, I will expose to public sale on the premises, on the THIRD MONDAY IN OCTOBER INSTANT, the tract of land described in the pleadings, situate within the Indian Land Boundary, and bounded by lands of J. Leroy Davies, Mrs. Ferguson, A. Williford and others, containing 1T91 ACRES. The land sold for partition and division among the parties interested. Terms.?A sufficiency of cash to pay the costs of this suit; the balance of the purchase money on a credit of twelve months, with interest from the day of sale, and secured by Bond, with good and sufficient surety and a mortgage of the premises. JNO. L. MILLER, c. e. y. d. Oct 1 (S3 j) 30 St H0W T0 MAKE MONEY! ' aunt n ii hi n usi ud CASH ONLY!! L. BLOOMBERG & BRO. TAKE this method to inform their friends and the public generally, that they are now dis[ posing of their entire stock of Spring and Summer Goods, I AT COST FOR CASH, in order to make room for a large stook next Fall. Persons are respectfully invited to call and see what bargains thej 1 will gire, - - .. ^ l-'-%KfriSg'l,ti*iiTS PA.IRS IB BMBMB. rTE, N. 0. & CO., largest and best selected 8tock of BOOTS AND y flatter themselves that they will be able to supOODS FOR LESS MONEY, than any other house emen's, Boys and Misses, and Children's BOOTS, EATHER. LACE LEATHER. CALF, KIP. LINnd TANNEU'S-TOOLS, INDIA-RUBBER BELTi much LARGER and BETTER than nny ever offllllE'DIHIAMTO as we are determined to sell them Goods as LOW To ALL we say?COME! We have the Goods to that defy ootnpetition. BOONE & CO., CHARLOTTE, N. C. "WE WILL ALL TAKE A RIDE!" MILES JOH.YSOY, ESQ., To his numerous friends, His work so admirable commends, Where grace and strength in beauty blends, And cheapness, not less lovely, lends Her true poetic fire. Come one, come all! Come ye trudgers through the sand ! Come ye gay and gallant band, Who ride for show, for pleasure and Digestions, sake;?MILES JOHNSON can Relieve you all. He's Bridles, Saddles, Buggy-fixings also nice and fine, And trappings to suit every mind, And everything that's most divine In the Horse-contraption Hue, To suit all straddles. The beautiful Assortment which he has on hands, Now awaits his friends commands, His Mnvtimrols, Bits and Crupper-bands Your close attention too demands ? Be dutiful. Come all and seP MILES JOHNSON : on the second floor. Over WEIKKRT & McOANTS'?once more He invites you?furthermore, He has something nice in store, Call, call and see ! Sept 17 37 tf TO THE PUBLIC, PHOTOGRAPHY in all its various branches, is still practiced bv the subscriber, one door West of the PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.? I will attend to taking PICTURES EVERY SATURDAY as heretofore ; and on other days between i the hours of half-past eleven and two o'clock. v- .u? i uur." uuiu&.i uiij lur puci mvuic1. .7. R. SCHORB. Sept 10 30 ly The state of s. Carolina? York District.?JEROME C. MILLER, who is in the custody of the Sheriff of York District, by virtue of a writ of Capiat ad talit/acitndum, at the suit of E. H. Stabler & Co., having filed in my Office, toglther with a schedule on oath of his estate and effects, his petition to the Court of Common Pleas, praying that he may be admit ted to the benefit of the Acts of the General Assembly, made for the relief of Insolvent Debtors. It is Ordered, that the said E. II. Stabler & Co., and all other the Creditors, to whom the said JEROME C. MILLER, is in anywise indebted, be, and they are hereby summoned and have notice to appear, before the said Court, at York Court House, on Friday, the sixteenth day of October next, to shew cause, if any they can, why the prayer of the petition aforesaid, should not be granted. Office of Common Plens, York District, this 14th day of July, A. D., 1857. JOHN G. ENLOE, c. c. c. i-r.s. July 1G 28 8m. I' m"state of s. c4roli\a? . York District.?WYLIE GRIFFIN, who is in the custody of the Sheriff of York District, by virtue of a writ of en pint rid satitfariendum, at the suit of J. F. Gilmore, having filed in my office, together with a schedule, on oath, of his estate nnd effects, his petition to the Court of Common Pleas, praying that he may be admitted to the benefit of the Acts of the General Assembly, made for the relief of insolvent debtors. It is Ordered, that the said J. F. Gilmore, nnd all other the Creditors, to whom the said Wylic Griffin is in anywise indebted, be, and they are hereby summoned nnd have notice to appear before the said Court, at York Court House, on Monday, the twelfth day of October next, to shew cause if any they can, why the prayer of the petition aforesaid, should not be granted. Office of Common Plens, York District, tlu9 29th dav of June, A. D., 1857. JOHN G. ENLOE, c. c. c. rr.s. July 2 26 m3m NOTICE.?It being the intention of one^--Q _ of the partners to remove West, theYjf i stock of DRUGS now on hands will be soldZ? nt COST. The stock consists of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs, Fancy Articles, a ; large supply of Shop-Furniture, and everything ; necessary to constitute a complete and well-ari ranged DRUG-BUSINESS. Everything is fresh, : and recently purchased with care, and to the best | ndvantage. To Physicians, Merchants, Farmers, | and others, wc would say, they now have an opj portunity of supplying themselves with fresh and genuine medicines on better terms than are afforded them in the Charleston of New York markets. We warrant everything sold. If any one wish to . engage in the Drug Business, we will sell out or I accommodating terms. The Senior partner has i carried on the business for the last six years, and ! the character and reputation of the house is wellestablished, and commands a liberal patronage. H. G. JACKSON & CO. Sept 10 36 tf NEW ESTABLISHMENT! J J. MILLS, A. E. HUTCHISON, and JOHN JOHNSON, having purchased the establishmejit of W. P. BROACH & CO., respectfully announce to the people of the Indian Land, thai they will continue to do business under the style I of MILLS & CO. They are now receiving a new stock of goods for Spring and Summer, which has been selected carefully in the Northern markets, nnd embraces every variety required in a country store. As they arc determined to sell on the cheapesl aud most accommodating terms, they trust thai the former customers of the establishment, anc their friedds generally, will continue to bestow ? generous patronage. MILLS & CO. April 16 13 tf Look here r?a fortune for si On the receipt of ONE DOLLAR, there wil be mailed to any person a receipt for inuking $20( to $300 a month with great ease, at a very honora blc employment. The scheme is highly original, a rare chance nnd a new discovery. The author ol this scheme has been following it with great succesi during the past year, nnd lie now oilers his receipi to the public for the benefit of those who are ir need of good and lucrative employment. Tht reader can rely on the author's honor as a gentleman, that it is not a deception. All wishing profitable employment send on. Direct your letter! to Greensboro', Guilford Co., N. C. N. C. DENNY. Sept 10 36 3m HOSIERY.?A large stock of Ladies Hose Gentleuieu's half-Hose; and Ladies and Gen tlemens Gloves, &c. For Sale by L. BLOOMBERG & BRO. July 16 28 tf LINEN GOODS.?A large stock of LINEK GOODS, consisting of Farmer's Linen, Rus sia Duck and Fancy Linen for pants. For sale bj L. BLOOMBERG & BRO. July Id 28 tf rf. fill tail - - 1 NEW COPARTNERSHIP! ENTOURAGE HOME ENTERPRISE! I JOHN McCANTS, HAVING purchased the interest of WILLIAM M. WALKER in the establishment of WEIKERT & WALKER, the undersigned take pleasure in announcing to the citizens of York and the sur1 rounding country that the "NEW COACH FAC| TORY" will be conducted by them under the firm of WEIKERT & M'CANTS. The successful conduct of the establishment has enabled them to commence under every advantage ; the building is arranged specially for the purpose; the very BEST WORKMEN have been procured in every department; and with a good stock of well-seasoned timber and a superior lot of FINISIA'G MATERIALS, direct from market, the proprietors guarantee that their work will not be surpassed here or elsewhere. The Senior partner is an experienced workman, nod they can therefore pledge them! selves for the superior DURABILITY and finish of their work, in every particular. They will constantly be in receipt of patterns, and will be able to put up jobs in the latest and most approved styles. Particular attention will be given to all kinds of which will be done promptly and faithfully. The Proprietors have purchased the right for this section to use the PATENT METALIC HUB AND COUPLING, a recent invention, which need only he seen to convince any ono of its superior value in imparting ease, lightness and durability to every sort of vehicle. It adds but little to the cost, i and renders the work almost doubly serviceable, j The public are respectfully invited to call at their SALES-ROOMS, opposite STOWE'S HOTEL, and inspect their work. The establishment has heretoforo succeeded in giving entire satisfaction, nnd the new firm are sure that with equal encouragement, they are as well prepared and ns ready to serve a generous public. fiST" AH our work is warranted to stand good for twelve mouths; and if any failure occurs within that time, the repsring will be done carefully nnd cheerfully. Call and see us ; nnd, meantime, " let him laugh who rides." .T. R. WIEKERT. JOHN McCANTS. Sept. 10 86 tf LAND AND MILLS FOR SALE. THE Subscriber offers for sale ONE THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND lying on both sides of the Charlotte Railroad, fourteen miles from Co lumbia : One Hundred Acres in cultivation, with a neat DWELLING HOUSE and all necessary outbuildings. Also, another tract two and a half miles from said Rail Road, containing 1,100 AC RES, lying on Cane Creek, about Two Hundred Acres in high state of cultivation, with a comfortable DWELLING HOUSE with seven rooms, and other necessary out-buildings. Also, A SAW AND GRIST MILL propelled by water power. Also, a Twenty-Five Horse Power Circular STEAM SAW-MILL that cannot be excelled in the Srate, recently put in operation, and an abundance of FINE TIMBER. Also, another tract of land containing about SIX THOl'S AND ACRES, running in about a quarter of a mile of said ltnil Road, with THREE SAW MILLS on it: two of them lately erected; one of them about a mile and a half from said Road, a Circular Saw which will cm ironi imir 10 mx mouPAnii leei 01 ijurnoer per 1 day; another Mill with Grist and Sash Saw, two and a half miles from said" Road. Also, another three and a half miles from said Road, with, a 2"? feet backshot Water-Wheel Circular Saw, which can saw more lumber than any Mill in the State. The above Mills have a never-failing water-power, and any quantity of good TIMBER. The lands will be divided off to suit purchasers. Also, will sell DII'LES, OXE\S AND WAGONS, belonging to said Mills, if purchasers wish them. The above will be sold on accommodating terms to suit purchasers. A small amount of caph paid on sale. Any person wishing to engage in the Lumber business would do well to call and examine the Mills. I can be seen at my residence, 14 miles above Columbia, and will take great pleasure in showing the said premises to any person wishing to purchase. MY OLD CUSTOMERS Will please take notice that all accounts must be settled by cash or approved bank notes, as I have a great many accounts which should have been settled long ago. If the above is not complied with, I will be compelled to put them in an attorney's hands for collection. LEVI T. SHARP. Sept 17 37 3m "GOLD! GOLD!! GOLD!!! THE greatest offer in gold pens, gold pencils, gold chains, and gold watches, ever made.? Read the following: A SLPENDTI) GOLD PREMIUM worth from five to one hundred dollars, positively given to any person who can spare one day in a week, or one hour in a day, getting up clubs of subscribers in his own and adjoining neighborhoods, for the best and most popular Family Newspaper now published. No expense, no outlay, no capital required of agents. An entire uew plan is proposed, by which any person can succeed in making it a paying business, who will undertake the agency. A private circular, for the inspection of agents only, with full list of premiums, will be sent to any one who desires it, on receipt of a stamp to pay return postage. Some agents hvae earned a hundred dollar gold watch in one week. Every family should read at least one Newspaper from New York City, without interfering with their Local Papers, which of course cannot, and should not, be dispensed with. ButN. York being the great commercial and business centre of this Continent, no fanner, mechanic, professional man, or merchant, is properly prepared for the emergencies of his calling, unless he is in communication with New York City, by means of one of its first class Newspaper mediums. Such a medium is our 'Ledger," neutral in politics, but giving all the facts items of news, and thrilling incidents worth knowing throughout the country. A VALUABLE GIFT. Each new subscriber will receive with the first No. of his or her paper, one of the new and beautiful glass pointed indelible Pencils,* justimported 1 from Europe, nnd for which we have obtained exclusive ngency for this Country. This is the most ingenious and useful little improvement of the presont age, aud is the only pencil ever made that 1 will write with ink, making it both a pen and pen1 cil of the finest quality at the same time. It will L last for years, and for practical use worth more than any gold pen in the market. HALL & WEST, Publishers, N. Y. City. *Thcse Pencils supplied to the trade at a profitable discount. Sept 3 85 lp In Common Fleas -York District. ' Eldred D. Williamson, "1 ' vs. v Attachment. ! Sam'l W. Ruddock. J r Nancy Meacham, ") vs. V id. [ Same. ) 5 J. M. Strong, vs. J- id. I The Same. J t T have attached as the property of the Defendl JL ant, in the above stated cases, one tract of k land, containing One Hundred and Thirty Acres, more or less, bounded by lands of William Boyce, R. S. Daniels, Jnmes Elms nnd others. No one was in possession of said land when attached? and any person or persons claiming the same, are . hereby notified to appear and show cause pursuI ant to the acts of the General Assembly of this ) State, in such case made and provided, why said lands should not be condemned ns the property of , said absent debtor. r S. C. YOUNGBLOOD, t May 29, 1857. 22 (Pr'sfee$8) 8' qly! ; South Carolina?York District. . Margaret Floyd, Applicant, vs. David J. Floyd, 5 et. al., heirs-at-law of George M. Floyd, dec'd. IT appearing to my satisfaction that Carroll Henry and wife Mary J., and S. G. Kennedy and wife Eliz. G., defendants, reside without this - State. It is therefore Ordered that they do ap; pear and object to the division or sale of the real estate of George M. Floyd, deceased, on or before the first day of December next, or their consent will be entered of record. J. M. ROSS, 0. T. D. Aug 24 89 9t 1 OSGOOD'S AND JONES' CHOLAGOGUE.?A speedy and positive cure for Ague and Fever. It has never been known to fall. For Sale by L. P. BABtfFTT ft 00. SWAN & CO.'S LOTTERIES, New and brilliant scheme: Capital Prize $60,000!!! The following 8cheme will be drawn by S. SWANN & CO., Managers of the Fort Onines Academy Lottery, in each of their Lotteries for OCTOBER, 1867, at AUGUSTA, Ga.t to which city they have removed their Principal Office. Class 66, to be drawn in the oity of Augusta, Ga., in public, on Saturday, October 8d, 1867. Class 57, to be drawn in the city of Augusta, Ga., in public, on Saturday, October 10th, 1867. Class 58, to be drawn in the city of Augusta, Ga., in public, on Saturday, October 17tb, 1857. Class 59, to be drawn in the city of Angosta, Ga., in public, on Saturday Ootober 24th, 1867. Class 60, to be brawn in the city of Angnsta, Ga., in public, on Saturday, October 81st, 1857, on the plan of single numbers. Five thousand four hundred and ninety-five prizes I Nearly one prize # to every nine tickets. Magnificent scheme! to be' drawn EACH SATURDAY IN OCTOBER 1 I Prize of $60,000 5 Prizes of. 900 1 " 26,000 5 ? 800 1 " 12,500 . 6 " 700 1 " 7,100 6 " 600 1 " 5,000 6 ? 500 1 " 3,500 100 ? 400 1 " 1,500 100 " 150 5 " 1,000 230 " 100 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 4 pzs. of $400 apxg. to $60,000 pz. are $1,600 4 " 300 " 26,000 " " 1,200 4 44 200 44 12,500 44 44 800 4 44 125 44 7,000 ? 44 600 4 44 100 ? 5,000 " 44 400 4 44 76 44 3,500 44 44 300 4 44 50 44 1,500 44 44 200 5,000 44 20 are 100,000 5,405 Prir.es amounting to $320,000 Whole Tickets $10?Halves $6?Quarters $2,50. PLAN OF THK LOTTERY. The Numbers from 1 to 50,000, corresponding with those Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate slips of paper, are encircled with small tin tubes ami placed in one Wheel. The first 407 Prizes, similarly printed and encircled, arc placed in another wheel. The wheels are then revolved, and a number is drawn from the wheel of Numbers, and at tba same time a Prize is drawn from the other wheel. The Number and Prize drawn ont are opened and exhibited to the audience, and registered by tba Commissioners; the Prize being placed against the Number drawn. This operation is repeated until all the Prizes are drawn out. Approximation Prizes.?The two preceding and the two succeeding Numbers to those drawing the first 7 Prizes will be entitled to the 28 Approximation Prizes. For example: if Ticket No. 11250 draws the $60,000 Prize, those Tickets numbered 11248, 11240, 11251, 11252, will each be entitled to $400. It' Ticket No. 550 draws tba $25,000 Prize, those Tickets numbered 548, 549, 551, 552, will each he entitled to $300, and so on according to the above scheme. The o.OOO Prizes of $20 will he determined by the last figure of the Number that draws the $60,000 Prize. For example, if the Number drawing the $60,000 Prize ends with No. 1, then all tba Tickets, where the number ends iu 1, will ba entitled to S20. If the Number ends with No. 2. then all the Tickets where the Number ends in 2 will he entitled to $20, and so on to 0. Cerlififitles of Tnekage* will be sold at the following rates, which is the risk : Cortittcate ?t" Puoknge ot' 10 Whole Ticket"*,...$80 v ' " lOlfnlf ... 4C " " 10 Quarter " ... I'O ' " 10 Kiglirb " ... ]fl In ordering Ticket-* or Certificates. encloi-e ;he money to our address for the Ticket* ordered, on receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail, Purchasers can hare Ticket* ending in any figure they may designate. The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will he sent to purchasers immediately alter the drawing. Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and give their Post Office, County and State. 85%. Remember that every Prize is drawn and payable in fall without deduction. ggg^ All prizes of $1,000 and nnder, paid immediately after the drawing?other prizes at tha usual time of thirty days. All communications strictly confidential. Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to 8. SWAN & CO., Augusta, Oa. 85%. Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or Atlanta, Ga., can have their orders filled^ and save time by addressing, S. Swan & Co., at either of those cities. vs- A list of the numbers that are drawn from the wheel, with the amonnt of the prize that each one is entitled to, will be published after every drawing, in the following papers :?New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, Charleston Standard, Nash' nillc. Gazette, Atlanta Intelligencer, New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah Morning News, Richmond Dispatch, New York Dispatch and Paulding (Mist.) Clarion. Oct 1 89 tf Groat Cures of Deafness and Rheumatism by DeGRATH'S ELECTRIC OIL IMPORTANT TO THE WORLD! Indianapolis, Oct. 23d. 1856. Prof. De Grath. Dear Sir :?This is to certify I have been partially deaf, for five or six years, and I h*ve boen cared by one application of De Grath's Electric Oil in presence of hundreds and thousands of people in front of the Fair Grounds. Yours truly, WM. KENDRICK. Indianapolis, Oct. 20th, 1856. Prof. De Grath. Dear Sir:?This certifies I have tried Prof. De Grath's Electric Oil. I have been deaf for five years, and by using your Oil it has cured me. Yours truly, HENRY WOODS, Sen'r. Yet another. Indianapolis, Oct. 23d, 1856. Prof. De Grath: Dear Sir:?This certifies I have been deaf ten years, and that De Grath's Electric Oil has restored my hearing quite well. ^ Yours truly, JOHN TAYLOR. \ De Grath's Electric Oil is the marvel of this age, V for the following (not every thing:) \ Cures Rheumatism often in adny. \ Cures Deafness, one to ten days. \ Cures Neuralgia Toothache, two minutes. Cures Cramp in Stomach, five minntes. Cures Burns, Bruises, Wounds, one to three days. Cures Pains in Back, Breast, one day. Cures Headache, fifteen minutes. Cures Earache, Stiff Neck, Ague, one night Cures Piles, Swelled Glands, ten days. Cures Felons, Broken Breast, Salt Rheum, three to six days. Cures Quincy, Palpitation, Pleurisy, one to ten days. Cures Asthma, Palsy, Gout, Erysipelas, five te twenty days. Cures Hemorrage, Scrofula, Abscess, six to ten days. . Cures Frosted Feet and Chillblains, one to thrss days. Caution.?There are numerous imitations spiung np on the reputation that my article has acquired. The public must beware. They are worthless. L. P. BARNETT, & Co., Agents, Yorkville, 8. C. Country Merchants will be supplied at wholesale prices. For sale by Druggists generally. Oct 8, 1857. 40 lm IV TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER W, We propose to publish THE GREAT BOOK OF THE YEAR! The New Tale, by the authoress of the LAMPLIGHTER! MISS CUMMIN8 has chosen for the title of her new book the name of the principal heroine, the beautiful "nd accomplished MABEL VAUGHAN, and has written a story which, for elegance of diction and thrilling interest, has rarely beeen equalled by any American lady. The question has been repeatedly asked?Can Miss Cummins write another book equal to "The Lamplighter?" We can answer this question now, with perfect assurance, not only from our own personal knowledge, but from the unqualified testimony of literary gentlemen of ooaion, woo nave reaa me woric wirn great care, and with absorbing interest, both of whom pronounce it a superior book to her first, and assure us that the authoress of "The Lamplighter," instead of losing position, will add immensely to ber previously well-earned and world-wide reputation. JOHN P. JEWETT k CO., Publithtrt, 289 Washington-sL, Boston. Sept 24 38 6t LAIVCFM ACADEMY.?The exercises of this Academy will commence on the FIRST MONDAY (the 6th) IN OCTOBER, instant The Scholastic year will be divided into two Sessions of five months each. Terms, per Session, as follows:? The Primary English Branches, $ 6 00 English Grammar and Geography, 8 00 The higher English Branches, Mathematics, &c 16 00 No deduction made for absence of pupils from the time of entering until the end of the Session; unless in cases of protracted sickness, or by special contract. W. J. BOWEN, PnncifU _Oct I It ?