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YORRYILLE PRICES CURRENT.
CORRECTED BY THOMAS S. JEFFERYS. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28, 1859. GROCERY MARKET. BAGGING, Gunny, "Jp yd 16 ? 17 BALE ROPE, W ft) 10 ? 124 COFFEE, Rio, ? tt> 18 ? 16$ MACKEREL, No. 1, $ bbl ? ... No. 8, ttbbL ? , ... Kitt, - 2 76 - (a) 8 50 MOLASSES, N. 0., 11 gallon.. 55 ? 60 Muscovado, ^ gall. ... @ 50 Cuba, gallon,.... 40 ? 45 SUGAR, Brown, ft) 10 ? 12} Refined $ ft) 11} ? 15 SALT, y sack,..*....* 1 80 ? 1 90 APPLEG, dried, ^ bush ? ... m green, ^ bush @ / ... CANDLES, Sperm, ? lb 50 ? '62 Adamant, lb 25 ? SO NAILS, cut, ft) keg ; 6 @ 0} RICE, ^ bushel, ? 4 00 YARN, bunch...; @ 1 00 PRODUCE MARKET. PRICES FROM WAGONS. BUTTER, ? ft) 124 ? 16 BEEF,Jpjb.?.? 6} <| J} i^Ci&SVTAAf <05 iu uu ?v BACON, hog roand, @ COTTON, W lb.... . ; 10 35 @ 10 60 CORN, bc9h. , 85 0 90 CHICKENS, each 10 0 12$ EGGS, ? doz ; 10 FEATHERS, *33 lb 35 @ 37 FLOUR, bbl.... 0 Back of 100 ?bs 2 26 0 2 60 FODDER, 100 lbs @ 86 LARD, ty lb .. .. @ 12 MEAL, M bushel, 0 90 PORK,$fb 6$ 0 7 PEAS, bushel 0 80 TALLOW, $ lb 10 0 12$ WHEAT, ? buBhel 85 0 90 WOOL, lb .. 25 ? 28 Cotton.?As yet, we are doing but little in this article. Several small lots were sold at prices ranging from 10.85 to 10.60. Corn?Has became very scarce. We quote prices nominal at 85 to 90. Flour.?We notice no change. We continue OO Ofi *a fift nAP flftpir. our quuuiuuLis ux w Charleston Wholesale Prices CORRECTED WEEKLY BY J. A. ESTES & CO. TUE8DAY, 8EPT. 27,1869. GROCERY MARKET. BAGGING, Gunny, $ yd @ 13 BALE ROPE,1# lb 8 ? 10 COFFEE, Rio, lb 11} ? 12j CANDLES, Adamantine, $ lb. 24$ @ 26 MOLASSES, N. 0., gal 44J ? 45 Muscovado, gal... 30 @ 31 BICE, $1 100 lbs ? ... SUGAR, Brown, lb 7 ? 10 SALT, %) sack ^ '90 ? 90 PRODUCE MARKET. BACON, Hams ft) " 9 @ 14 Sides $ lb ' ... @ 11 | Shoulders, lb ? 9 j CORN, bushel in sacks 93 @ . 95 FLOUR, ^ barrel 5 50 ? 5 75 i $ sack of 100 lbs, 2 75 ?' 2 "87} WHEAT, Red bushel 1 10 ? 1 15 White bushel...... 120 @125 Jipnttal. Married?On the 15th inst, by the Rev. R. Latban, Mr. W. A. BARRON, to Miss ELIZA HAMMOND, all of this District Strife*. I Dntn?In this District, on Sunday evening, 25th instant, WINSLOW A., youngest son of W. B., and Lucinda Traylor, aged 16yeareand 11 months, leaving a disconsolate father and two sisters to mourn his irreparable loss. The lilies of the fluid That quickly fudu away, May well to us a lesson yield, For we are frail as they. * Just like an early rose* I've Reen a youth in bloom, But death perhaps, before it blows, Will lay it In the tomb. Then let ns think of death, Though we are young and gay, For God who gave onr life and breath, Can take them both away. Good, when he gives, supremely good, Nor less when he denies, Even crosses from bis sovereign hands, Are blessings In disguise. F. TAX-COLLECTOR.?We are authorized to announce Capt. WM. LAWSON BROWN, as a Candidate for TAX COLLECTOR for York Distr ct, at the ensuing election. Sept 29 39 te J. R. SCHOJRB, 22233)331? MS?OTM? YORKVILLE, S. C. CONTINUES to take PICTURES in all the various styles of PHOTOGRAHY, on SATURDAYS ; and daring the week, between the hoars of Hi. A. M., and lj, P. M., at his rooms, one door West of the Presbyterian Church. Sept 29 39 tf A A JARS AND BOXES PRUNES. ALr 5 whole and 10 qr. boxes, RAISINS. 1 dozen drums FIGS. 1 box CITRON, and 25 pounds CURRANTS. Just Received and for sale low, by 0. L. WALLACE, Adjoining J. J. Garvin's Family Grocery. Sept 29 39 tf INKS. PERFUMERY, SOAPS, &C. A very large assortment of the above, on hand and for sale at Philadelphia retail prices, by 0. L. WALLACE. SYRUPS! SYRUPS!! SYRUPS!!! Lemon 8yrup, Pine-Apple, Strawberry, Sarsaparilla, and prepared or concentrated Soda Water. For sale by 0. L. WALLACE. POWDER, SHOT AND CAPS.-For Sale by 0. L. WALLACE. Sept 29 39 tf A rk AAA CIGARS of choice brands, Af_J?vJAA_F with a large lot of Lorilard's Macaboy and Scotch Snuff. Just received and for sale by 0. L. WALLACE. KETCHUPS, Sauces, Pickles, Preserves, &c. An assortment for sale by 0. L. WALLACE. Sept 29 39 tf The State of So. Carolina. York District. A. C. Sutton, "I In the Common Pleas. Creditor in possession, [ vs. I Abel Bollinger. J Dee. in Attachment. William Fuller, for A. C. Sutton, j Declaration in Creditor in possession, Jvs. I Attachment. Abel Bollinger. J W. I. Clawson, for 1 A. C. Sutton, | Declaration in Creditor in possession, J vs. Attachment. Abel Bollinger. J S. P Sutton, for "1 A. C. Sutton, | Declaration in Creditor in possession, [vs. 1 Attachment. Abel Bollinger. J WHEREAS, the Plaintiffs did on thfe Cth day of September, 1859, file their declarations against the Defendant, who (as it is said) is absent from and beyond the limits of this State, and has neither wife nor attorney known within the same, upon whom a copy of the said declaration might be served. It is, therefore, ordered that the said Defendant do appear and plead to the said declarations, on or before the 7th day of September, which will be in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty, otherwise final and absoluto judgment will then be given and awarded against him. S. E. MOORE, c. c. c. pu. a m 11 Land for Sale. THE undersigned is desirous of selling bis tract of land, situated 7 miles South of Yorkville, j three-fourths of a mile from Lindsay's on the K. M. Railroad. The tract contains 180 ACRES ' ?about 76 of which is in good order for cultivation. On the place is a DWELLING tlOUSE, and the usual out buildings. If desired, the pur- ] chaser can have the crop of corn, the farming i utensils, wagon, stock, &c. Possession would be. i given as soon as the cotton can be gathered. \ Terms made easy.. Call on the subscriber at Yorkville. A good bargain may be had. JOHN A. BROWN. Sept 22 88 tf . ;< DESTRUCTIVE FIRES ARE becoming so frequent throughout the ' oountry, that every person should INSURE. The CHARLOTTE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE j COMPANY?one of the best and most popular ' Companies extant, and founded on principles of safety and eoonomy?continues to take risks in South Carolina, on merchandise, dwellings, mills, worx-snops, ?o., so. Country residenoes and Stores, unexposed, insured at exceedingly low rates. T. S. JEFFERYS, Aornt, | Yorkville, 8. C. Sept 16 87 tf DENTAL NOTICE. I tBSSt Dn J- I- KILPATRICK, of Roth(^WBHBLerfordton, a Graduate of the Balti* T more College of Dental Surgery, an- nounces to the ladies and gentlemen of Yorkville and vicinity, that he will take rooms at ROSE'S HOTEL during COURT WEEK, and will be pleas- ' ed to serve all who may call on him, or to receive orders from all who desire to be visited at their residences. Having the advantage of a thorough 1 education in his profession, and several years J practice, he flatters himself that his skill needs only to be tested. Sept. 16 87 4t 1 South Carolina?York District, j Arthur Kirkpatrick, Applicant, vs. Margaret ' Kirkpatrick, et al., heirs-at law of Andrew Kirkpatrick, deceased. IT appearing to my satisfaction that Henry Hood and wife, Rebecca, and Jane Prater, twoof the defendants, reside without this State. It , is, therefore, ordered, that they do appear and object to the sale or division of the real estate of ] Andrew Kirkpatrick, deceased, on or before the 15th day of October next, or their consent to the . same will be entered of record. ' ] T tf TiAOO ~ _ J 1U. XVUOO, U. X. 1#. I July 14 28 3m * j DMINISTRATORS' NOTICE.? ] All persons indebted to the estate of PHILIP ETTERS, deceased, or for purchases at his Administrators' sale, are requested to make payment on or before the 4th day of October next.? i All persons having demands against said estate, ! are requested to present them by that day, or i they will be barred from payment. M. A. HAMBRIGHT, \ ... < ANDREW ETTERS. ]Aamri- , Sept 15 87 8t I ALE OF PROPERTY.?The under- ] signed offers at private sale, the CARRIAGE ' SHOP and lot, belonging to the estate of RICH ARD E. KENNEDY, deceased. If not sold privately, it will be disposed of at public auction, at Chester Court House, on the first MONDAY in NOVEMBER next. For terms, apply to the subscriber. * L. C. HINTON, Adm'r. Sept 22 ? -88 * 2t CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL, COLUMBIA, S. C. ; THE ensuing Session of the above Institution , opens on the FIRST MONDAY IN OCTO- j BER. For particulars, apply to the Principals, i A. B. BRUMBY, J. WOOD DAVIDSON. ' Sept 15 37 tf. OTICE.?The Creditors of J. LEROY , DAVIE8; will meet me at Rock Hill on SAT- , URDAY, FEBRUARY 19th: Saturday, MAY , 21st; Saturday, AUGUST 20th; and Saturday, NOVEMBER 19th, 1859. ( L. H. MASSEY, Assignee. < Jan 6 1 11m j Coffee, Sugar and Molasses, j VM7E have just received a large lot COFFEE, | W SUGAR and MOLASSES, which we offer on accommodating terms. MEACHAM & WHEELER, Near Rail Road Depot. Just opened.?A fine selection of Perfumery, Pomades, Soaps, Hair, Tooth, Nail, Shaving, Hat and Cloth Brashes; Pocket-Books, Puffs and Boxes ; Rubber and Horn Dressing Combs; Dye9 and otherprepapations for the hair. All persons wanting any of the above named ar- j tides, will find it to their advantage to call at the . YORK DRUG STORE. Feb 24 8 tf ( Bagging, Bale-Rope, Twine, &c. ! A BALES heavy GUNNY BAGGING. 1 1UU 200 coils BALE-ROPE, TWINE, &c., For Sale low for Cash, at the sign of the ] "Golden Anvil," Chester C. H., S. C. ( AGNEW, FISHER & CO. Aug 11 32 tf , or cook i ag.?Pure Bi. Carb. Soda, 1 pure Cream Tartar, pure Tapioca, Isinglass, j (Russian and American) Sago, Corn Starch, Cox- I es Gelatine, Yeast Powders, Spices of all kinds. For Sale by H. W. MERRILL, At the York Drug Store. Flavoring extracts.?or Lemon, Vanilla, Celery, Nutmeg, Ginger, Orange Flower and Damask Rose. Sugar of Lemons, for the instant preparation of Lemonade. For sale by ALLISON & BRATTON. Feb 24 8 tf . Dundee Bagging. > "1 ATE have a fine lot of heaw DUNDEE BAG- 1 T GING, which we offer ou time. / MEACHAM & WHEELER, Near R. R. Depot. To mothers.?Mrs. WINSLOW'S Soo- ' thing Syrup for Children TeethiDg, is ac- t knowledged everywhere, to be one of the greatest blessings ever bestowed. For Sale at 25 cts. ( per bottle, at the YORK DRUG STORE, i Lindsey Block. t Bagging, rope & twine.-w6 J have just received a large lot of BAGGING, ROPE and TWINE, which we offer ON TIME.? Call in and see us. MEACHAM & WHEELER, Near the Depot. Notice.?All persons indebted to me are EARNESTLY requested to come forward 1 and make payment. Early attention to this notice will save much hard feeling and some cost. RICHARD HARE. June 30 26 tf Coffee.?10 sacks No. 1 Rio Coffee. Also, an assortment of Laguyra, Java and Cuba COFFEE. For sale low at J. J. GARVIN'S ' Family Grocery. ^ yinegar.?White-Wine and Cider VINE- < GAR. For sale by CARROLL, CLARK & CO., i ear tne nan noaa uepot. Sugar.?6000 pounds New Orleans, Musco- yado, Crushed, Refined and Loaf SDGAR.? For sale low, by J. J. GARVIN. Shay's pile lii\Ii>lE\T.--a ( certain and effectual remedy for that most | dirstresiing malady. For sale by ALLISON & BRATTON. l emlock leather.-For sale by . CARROLL, CLARK & CO., ' Near the Rail Road Depot. . Aug 11 32 tf ' Bagging.?a large lot of GUNNY and < DUNDEE BAGGING. For Sale by 1 CARROLL, CLARK & CO. Bagging and rop1ng.--A lot on hand and for sale by J. J. GARVIN. Rope.?0. K. and Green-Leaf ROPE. For I Sale by CARROLL, CLARK & CO. I July? 27 tf i Yarn.?300 Bunches FACTORY YARN. J For Sale by CARROLL, CLARK 8l CO. < July 7 27 tf ] Mackerel ! mackerel, i !?for Sale by CARROLL, CLARK & CO., Near the R. R. Depot. Sugars.?New Orleans and Refined SU- . GAR. For Sale by ! CARROLL, CLARK & CO. Mil Commissioner's Sale. In Equity?York. Rosanna Wylie, et. al., vt. > Bill for Partition. Margaret E. Wylie, et. al. ) IN obedience to the order of the Court of Equity, made at June Term, 18551, I will expose to public sale, ON THE PREMISES, on MONDAY, rhe 17th day of OCTOBER next, alj that TRACT OF LAND situate in York Distryjt, on the waters of Broad River, bounded on lands of Charles Hopper, Daniel Quinn and David Gaston, containing 283 ACRES. The land sold to make partition among the heirs at law and distributees of James Wyli'e, deceased. Terms.?A (sufficiency of cash to pay th& costs of this suit?the balance on a credit of twelve months with interest from date?the purch aser to give bond with good surety, and mortgage of the premises. JNO. L. MILLER, ($9^) ' . ? C. E. Y. I). Sept 22 - 32 9t /I ?i VWU m iBBWuct a otuoi In Equity?York. Samuel K. Gill, et vx. "J Bill for Part ition, vs. [. Margaret B. Sadler, et al. J Account, Relief, $c. TN obedience to the order of the Court of Equity, I will expose to publio sale at York Court House, on the FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER next, the tract of land described in the pleadings in the above cose, situate in York Distriot, on the waters of Fishing Creek, bounded by landu of F. A. Ervin, J. M. Wallace, R. Guthrie and others, containing 210 ACRES, According to a plat made by W. B. Allison, Distriot Surveyor, on file in the Commissioner's OfBce. The land sold as the property of I. N. Sadler, deceased. Teems.?A sufficiency of cash to pay ths costs of this suit?the balance on a credit of twelve months, with interest from date, purchaser to give bond and approved sureties. [$4J] JNO. L. MILLER, c. b. v. d. Sept. 8 86 4t Commissioner's Sale. In Equity?York. Tames T. Ferguson, by next friend, 1 Biil for ujr v f Rhoda Ferguson, et al. J Partition. IN obedience to the order of the Court of Equity, I will expose to public sale at York Court House, on the FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER next, the tract of land, described in the pleadings in the above stated case, situate in York District, bounded by lands of Wm. H. Neely, Jackson Spencer, Thomas Hefley, Wm. J. Collins, William Deas and others, containing 228 ACRES, nore or less, exclusive of the Catawba Church loL Said land sold for partition and division among the heirs-at-law of Ira Ferguson, deceased. Ti&ms.?A sufficiency of cash to pay the costs )f this suit?the balance of the purchase money >n a credit of one, two and three years, with interest from the day of sale, payable annually, ourchaser to give bond and approved suret es. * [4J] JNO. L. MILLER, c. k. r. d. Sept 8 % ; 36 4t *#* Chronicle copy. . Commissioner's Sale. In Equity?York. Wm. T. Neely, et al. "J vs. } Bill for Partition.R. L. Neely, Adm'r. J IN obedience to the order of the Conrt of Equity, I will expose to public sale at York Court House, on the FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER iext, the tract of land described in the pleadings in the above case, situate in York District, one nile from Ebenezerville, bounded by lands of James Matthews, Edward Avery, Joel Barnett, fVilliam Simril and others, containing 320 ACRES, nore or less. The land sold for partition and dirision among the heirs-at-law of Violet Neely, leceased. Terms.?A sufficiency of cash to pay tie costs )f this suit?the balance of the purchase money >n a credit of one, two aud three years, with inerest from the day of sale, the purchaser to give >ond and approved sureties. 4}) JNO. L. MILLER, c. k. v. i>. Sept 8 36 4t *** Chronicle copy. Commissioner's Sale. In Equity?York. Elizabeth C. Kell, vs. J. Bill for Sals oj Land. S. G. Hemphill, ft al. J IN obedience to the order of the Court of Equity, I will expose to public sale at York Court r* ? - tirnam ? \r txt a/tpaddd tiouse, on cue rinoi iuuni//ii in va/iuulu iext, the tract of land described in the pleadings n the above stated case, sitnate in York District, >n the waters of Bollock's Creek, bounded by ands belonging to the estate of John G. Kell, debased, Perry Dye, D. C. Crosby and others, containing EIGHTY ACRES. [t is known as the "Latta Tract," belonging to the 'state of John G. Kell, deceased. Tebms.?A sufficiency of cash to pay the costs )f this suit?the balance on a credit of twelve nonths, with interest from date, purcliaser to give bond and approved sureties. ;4*] JNO. L. MILLER, c. e. y. i>. Sept 8 86 4t Commissioner's Sale. In Equity?York. David Webb, ft uir. . vs. \ Dill for Partition. S. Catharine Tate. J IN obedience to the order of the Court of Equity, I will expose to public sale at York Court louse, on the FIRST MOMDAY IN OCTOBER lext, the traot of land described in the pleadings n the above case, situate in York District, on the waters of Fishing Creek, bounded by lands of 3ol. R. G. McCaw, Dr. J. M. Lowry, Mrs. Sa ah Sadler and others, containing 212 ACRES. The land sold for partition and diyision among ;he heirs-at-law of Sam'l Tate, deceased. Tebms.?A sufficiency of cash to pay the costs >f this suit?the balanco on a credit of four years, with interest from date, purchaser to gi we bond tud approwed sureties, and a mortgage of the jremises. 4\) JNO. L. MILLER, c. e. t. d. Sept. 8 3G 4t Commissioner's Sale. In Equity?York District.. Mary C. McConnell, "J vs J. Bill for Dower. Walter B. Metts, et. al. ) IN obedience to the order of the Court of Equity, made in the above case, at June Term, 1857, I will expose to public sale, at York Court House, on the FIRST MONDAY L\ OCTOBER NEXT, :he tract of land described in the pleadings, viz: 411 the tract of land situate in York District, bounled by lands of Sarah Caten, Elizabeth Little, D. r? lUnni.. W R Wilcnn .Tnlin Starr ami nthfira sontaining 1015 ACRES, nore or less. Terms?Cash. ($18) JNO. L. MILLER, c. e. y. d. Sept. 8 18 22t Head-Quarters. ALLISON CREEK. S. C. \ Drder No. Sept. 1, 1359. j THE BATTALIONS of the 46th Regiment, S. C. M., will parade for Drill and Review, as lerein specified: The North Battalion will parade at Sardis Church, on Thursday, the 20th of Octoter. The South Battalion will parade at Workman's Did Field, on Saturday, the 22d of October. The Commissioned and NonCommissicued Offi;ers will assemble on the day previous to their respective reviews, for Drill and Instruction. By order of Col. W. B. Allison. D. D. MOORE, Adjutant. Sept 16 37 td NOTICE.?All persons indebted to the firm of T. S. PAGAN & CO., or PAGAN, FAY8SOUX & CO., are requested to make settlement forthwith, as I am determined to have the business closed by ca9h I owe money and i t must be paid. If am absent you can call on G. W. WILLIAMS, JAMES JEFFERYS, Esq., or DANIEL D'LEARY, as either of them have some of the papers in their hands. This is our last notice. T. S. PAGAN & CO. PAGAN, FAYSSOUX. & CO. Nov 18 46 tf MOLASSES.?10 bbls. and 2 hlids. New Orleans and Muscovado MOLASSES, on land and for sale low, at Lands for Sale. THE subscriber, wishing to withfl|E^P draw bis attention from the farming kusiness, ?ffer9the following LANDS A plantation nn the Pinckney road, two miles southwest of Blairsville, containing one HUNDRED AND NINETY-THREE ACRES, about forty acres cleared?the remainder in timber. The plantation on which he formerly lived, half a mile south-east of Blairsville, contusing one HUNDRED and THIRTY acres, about sixty acres in timber?the balance in cultivation. A two story DWELLING HOUSE, barn and stabling, kitchen and negro houses, &c., on the premises. His lot at Blairsville, containing between NINE and TEN acres, on which there are a comfortable two story dwelling house, a good kitchen, barn and stabling, wheat house, flour house, &c., also a well of fine water. Connected with the lot there are upwards of fifty actes of land under fence, a portion of it wood land. The purchaser would find this a pleasant residence, and a snpe rior stand for pnbtic business, being at the junction of the York and Rutherford, the Chester and Pinckney roads. R. Y. RUSSEL. Sept 22 38 4t $50 REWARD. RAN A WAY from the Subscriber, on the 1st of August, 1858, a negro boy named VERGE, between 40 aud 50 years of age; about fire feet four or five inches high, with a small mole on one I side of his nose. In walking, inclines to carry his t head down. I will pay FIFTY DOLLARS for the i apprehension of the said boy and his delivery to < me, or for his confinement in any jail so that I can get him. I am informed that he lurks about Boyd's, two or three miles above Wright's Ferry, on the Catawba river. Also, in the neighborhood of Robert < M. Boyd's, Gaston \jounty, North Carolina. It is ] said that he has been harbored by the Givenses, 1 !*! * ama wila rtf Rrtvr/i*o j nimiu uuo IUIIO ui A/WJvi ui VERGE says he has been harbored for the last 1 three months, by negroes belonging to Jesse K. Armstrong, Leander Adams and Daniel Cnrrenoe. I To any negro or negroes, in this State or North 1 Carolina, who will betray VERGE so that I can get him, I will pay the Fifty Dollars. Send me i word by letter, to Yorkville, and I will attend and 1 render the necessary assistanoe for his capture. < A. M. JACKSON. I Yorkville, S. C., July 29, 1859. 31 tf 1 FELLOW CITIZENS I ' IN the course of human events, ^ becomes necessary for a man to J|nanE3^_pnll up his stakes and peg down in another part of the world. I will sell on the 1st MONDAY IN NOVEMBER next, MY HOUSE AND EOT On Jefferson street, nearly opposite the Female | College. The House is new, with eight rooms, each having a fire-place. On the premises, is a CHOICE ORCHARD, i And a Well of good water. I will also sell my ' Household and Kitchen Furniture, including a Piano, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Bedsteads, Tables, ' Sideboard, &c. Also, THREE UNIMPROVED LOTS. Alsc> TWO No. 1 SERVANTS?both young and likely. Also, THREE SHARES in the King's M. Rail Road Company. Any person wishing to examine or pur- , chase before the day of sale, I will take pleasure in waiting on them. ( JOHN S. SADLER. , . Aug 11 32 3m GEO. D. FERGUSON, A W CHESTER, a c!,* , On HAVING commenced, business i in the above place, woold solicit | j3r_/ the p&tronage of the pablio. HaJ5r, J/A ving devoted himself to the Watch *j '111 REPAIRING DEPARTMENT for the past fifteen years?during which time he bas , been in the employment of some of the mo??t ex- ; tensive houses North and Sonth?for many years < in the employment of Messrs. Glaze & Radcliffe, and Messrs. Radcliffe & Guignard, Columbia, 8. ( C. Also, for several years, having afforded the highest satisfaction to customers and employers in York and Chester, would, therefore hope, that by unremitting attention to busines and moderate | charges, to receive a share of public support. All work warranted for twelve months, if not abused. Wateh-Glasses, Watch Hands, &c., , at moderate prices. 8?, The 8HOP is situated next door to the store of Messrs. Brawley & Alexander. Aug 18 88 /.? tf Valuable Property for Sale. A THE undersigned desirous of removing to his plantation, offers 8ale hia H0USE AND L0T ?n Yorkville, formerly occupied by Col. Wm. C. Beatty. The property is well improved. All the OUTBUILDINGS, Such as Kitchens, 8moke-House, Well-House, Stables, Corn-Crib and Carriage-House, have all been built within the last three and four years; and a fine NEW FRONT built to,the DWELLING. The lot is well enclosed. On the premises, there is a Well of EXCELLENT WATER. The above is one of the most desirable situations , in Yorkville?none excepted?and as I am desirouB to sell, a bargain can be had. I will take great pleasure in showing the premises to any . one wishing to purchase. THOS. DAYIES. 1 \ Aug 18 33 tf I P B. GLASS, ! (SUCCESSOR TO R. L. BRYAN.) BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, i 175 Richardson Street?(three doors above the Market,) COLUMBIA, S. C., HAS for sale a large assorment of LAW, MED- ; ICAL, THEOLOGICAL, SCHOOL and MIS- 1 CELLANEODS sooss, Miei eooBS, CHEAP PUBLICATIONS nnd BLANK BOOKS of every description. Stationery, Foreign and Domestic, of every variety and quality. OIL PAINTINGS, ENGRAVINGS, LITHOGRAPHS and Artist's Materials. Globes, Writing Desks, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, &c., &c. BLANK WORK of every description, prepared to order. v I6T Wholesale purchasers supplied, and all orders promptly attended to AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. Aug 11 32 6m SALEOFVALUABLrPROSRfy. BY permission of John M. Ross, Ordinary of York District, I will expose to public sale, at the late residence of JOHN RAINEY, deceased, on WEDNESDAY, 12th of OCTOBER, rll the persoual property of said deceased, consisting of SIX NEGROES ?' Horses, Cows, Hogs, Sheep, Household and Kitchen Furniture, Fanning Utensils, &c. Terms made known on the day of sale. W. J. RAINEY, Adm>. There will also be sold at the same time and ' place, the tract of LAND belonging to the estate, containing S!iK ACRES. The land will be J divided into three parcels. The "Home Place," ' containing 229 ACRES, more or less; the "Kerr | and Bigham" Tract, 193 ACRES, moreorless; - TV . t? not 4 OD f?LJ Iaoo A the "isyers i raci," /iv^avi^q, muio vi icoa< Terms made known on the day of sale. 1 Sept 8 36 4t * Valuable Property for Sale. I lyaj-v- A NEAT COTTAGE?Five well- ; arran8e(J rooms of good size; toiil.'TEMr gether with necessary out-buildw/F"'T r.rifcNCZ- ingS> good Barn and Stables, handsomoly located, about one mile a little Southwest of Shelby, on the Spartanburg Road, with < 155 ACRES OF LAND attached, or more if desired. A most excellent Well of water. I will sell the above land, or part of it to suit those wishing to purchase, upon rea- ( sonable terms. It is "a beautiful Summer resi- < dence, only three miles from Wilson's and Patter son's Spring, and about four miles from McBray- ( er's Springs. As I am going West, I am determin- , ed to sell. 1 For further information apply to me at my resi- < dence or D. Fronoberger, at Shelby. < W. P. LOVE. Sept 8 3G tf Hemlock Leather. A Largo lot can be found at MEACHAM & WHEELER'S, Near the Railroad Depot. July 7 27 tf Iron! Iron!! ; SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES. Pricet Reduced to $50, $75, $110, and $125. THE plain reason why Singer's Sewing-Machines have always sold readily at a higher iverage price than any other, is that they are bet er, more durable, more reliable, capable of doing a nnch greater variety of work, and earning more noney. Long-continued popularity is proof of sterling merit. In the purchase of what are called ibeap Sewing-Maohines, thousands have been leceived and disappointed, but with Singer's Machines there is never any failure or mistake. JINGER'S NEW FAMILY SEWING-MACHINE, he price of which is only $50, is a light and elegantly decorated Machine, capable of performing, n the best style, all the sewing of a private famiy. It has secured a great reputation daring the 'ew months aiftoe it was first offered to the pubhs., HNGER'8 TRAN8VER8E 8HUTTLE-MACHINE, :o be sold at $75, is a Machine entirely new in its irrangement; it is very beautiful, moves rapidly ind very easily, and, for family use and light nanufacturing purposes, is the very best and sheapest Machine ever offered to the public.? rhese Machines are being increased in nt}mber as rapidly as possible, and, yet the demand for them :annot be fully supplied. SINGER'S NO. 1 STANDARD SHUTTLE-MA CHINE, formerly sold ot $136, bat now redaced to $110, is too well known all over the world to need any lescription. Every sort of work, coarse or fine, :an be done with it. SINGER'S NO. 2 STANDARD SHUTTLE-MACHINE. This is the favorite manufacturing Machine jvery where. The size of the Machine gives ample space for almost every description of work, which together with its admirable working qualities, gives it a decided advantage. Price, with table complete, $126. Since the great redaction in the price of these 3tandard Machines, on the 1st of October, 1858, the sale of them has increased fourfold. All of Singer's Machines make the interlocked Jtitch with two threads, whioh is the best stitch known. Every person desiring to procure full find reliable information about Sewing Machines, their sizes, prices, working capacities, and the best methods of purchasing, can obtain it by sending for a copy of I. M. Singer ? Co't Gazette, which is a beautifnl piotorinl paper,- entirely devoted to the subject. It will be supplied gratis. I. M. SINGER & CO., 458 Broadway, New York. L. M. GRIST, Aosiu, Yorkville, S. C. June 30 . 26 tfi TO PLANTERS AND FARMERS. THE Subscriber desires to inform the public that he is prepared to furnish to any one that wants such a thing, the BEST COTTON GIN that is made anywhere, and he is still making improvements on his former Gins, and has no fear in challenging any other Gin Factory to produce an equal in performance or speed. With good, dry Cotton, the roll in the gin cannot be broken nor made to spew over?which cannot be said of any other gin. His gin also has advantages and improvements which no other can have, as these have been regularly patented,?Buch as the exclusion of rats from the brush, &c., by the peculiar construction of the gin, which no other has a right to make. He also makes THRASHERS of different construction to suit the wish of any one; the spike heater oomhined. the smooth drum with floorers and no spikes, and different other patterns. He hoe also the right of the celebrated Qarlington Traebers which are very much admired by every one that has seen or tried them. Any one wanting a superor Gin or Thrasher can be supplied by sending bis ortler to me at Chester C. H., So. Ca. Work will be carefully shipped to any place desired. Repairing done at short notice. " JOHN SIMPSON. I?- To Hou8e-Bui!der8,1 will say that I am constantly manufacturing Sashes, Blinds and Doors of every description, of good material and cf the very best workmanship. All work carefully packed and forwarded tc crder. June 2 22 tf VAN AMBUEG'S ZOOLOGICAL & EEUIAI MY, AT VORKVUjIiE, Wednesday, October 5th, 1859. DR. THAYER will introduce his Quadrupedal Wonders, the ACTING MULES !! , Sept 29 39 . It PHfENIX I RON W ORES, CHARLESTON, S. CV CAMERON dta CO., Manufacturers of an kinds of machinery, stationary engines, from fonr horse power upwards; marine engines, portable engines, high and low pressure boilers. Saw Mills, Threshers, Ponnding Mills, &c. Having a very extensive stock of Patents, they are prepared to furnish all kinds of [ron and brass castings, at the shortest notice. Also, Agonts for van sycle's, patent fire bars. Engines manufactured at this establishment will be found when compared with those made at Northern establishments, to *be from twenty-five to forty per cent large for the same horse-power. A. CAMERON, JOS. JOHNSON, Jb. JOHN F. TAYLOR. May 12 19 6m HARBISON'S COLU MB IAN ! HATH D7E. SIZE ENLARGED, STYLE IMPROVED, j It has double the quantity and strength of any other. It gives a perfectly natural color. It colors every shade from light brown to jet black. Its use is easy and rapid. It is perfectly harmless to the skin, i Its effect is instantaneous and permanent. It is the but, quickest, cheapest and tafut dte| ever made. Directions for use accompany each box. Price: 1 oz. $1; 2 oz. $1 60; 4 oz. $3; 8 oz. S6. j [Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1855,' by A. W. Harrison in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the U. S. for the Eastern District of Petin.] For sale by ALLISON & BKATTON, H. W. IMERRILL, and H. F. ADICKES & CO Manufacturer, APPOLLOS W. HARRISON, 10 South 7th St., Philadelphia. [f24] WOOLCARDINGi ffNHE Subscriber hereby informs the public that J_ his WOOL CARDS are now undergoing extensive repairs, and will be in full operation by the 3th instant. All those wishing WOOL CARDED mn be accommodated, on and after that date.? Having experienced hands to attend the machines, ind having put on new Cards, the subscriber fl.it ? v- c v:._ ?:.u .u?:_ Cere ftimseu mat mose woo mvur u?ui mm ium austom, will be pleased with the rolls. N. B.?The Wool must in all cases be WELL WASHED with soap. A little grease is beneficial to the Carding. Give me a trial and judge for vourselves. Z. D. SMITH. ttt? MIIiZiS Are also in good repair, and makes FLOUR that cannot fail to please. All wishing good Flour, are requested to give him a call. Z. D. SMITH. August 4 31 3m Ctt<5) K REWARD.?I will pay tho above reward for the apprehension of my TWO NEGRO BOYS. One about twenty years aid named A VAN DA. The other about 1G years aid, named BEATTY. Said negroes formerly belonged to the estate of JOHN McKELVEY, debased, and are supposed to be lurking in their aid neighborhood. I bought said Negroes on the 1th instant, at Chester, S. C., from KIRKPATRICK, Administrator. A. R. HOMESLEY, Shelby, N. C. July 21 29 tf NOTICE.?The undersigned would respectfully urge it upon those indebted to the firm of ADICKE8 & WITHERS, to come forward and bettle. The books of the concern must be closed Bither by cash or note. ? 1 ' VAN AH BURGH'S O-RAND XXD EQUESTRIAN COWPAHY. THE BEST PERFORMING ISaltlMT In the World, TIPPOO BAIB j THE 03STE-5T PAIR OF Royal Bengal Tigers! In America, And the largest over taken alive, Performing in Cages with M(DNS? MdDMIBIlDS, . " AND BRAZILIAN TIGERS! Under command of the fearless Pro t LANG WORTHY >' who Enters the Cages. A CIRCUS OF STIR ARTISTS Composed of a full Corps of EQUESTRIENNES, Ennastmns frvmnasts. av^aawj >^j ^ r ACROBATS, &c. DR. J. L. TIIATER will lntrodune his QUADRUPED WONDERS, THE ACTING MULES, TOM and JEP.BY. ' rf For a List of Pxptobmes and PntFOBMAKcra, Seo Pictorials, Suinll Bills, Ac. Ac. > Two Performances Daily I C. Tj. wheeler, A*ent. WILL EXHIBIT - > AT T'ORKVIXjXJZI, On Wednesday, October 5tb, 1859. at ROCK HILL, ON TUESDAY, OCT. 4th. j J?, Doors open at 1 and 7 o'clock, p. ig. Sept 29 . 39* It WOOD, EDDY & CO'S LOTTERIESI (BY STATE AUTHORITY.) CAPITAL PRIZE OF 9100,000 tu a. Airr iui.wn."5 MAGNIFICENT SCHEMES will be drawn by Wood, Eddy $ Co., Managers, in public, under the superintendence of sworn Commissioners in OCTOBER, 1859. . . CLASS NO. 570, Draws on Saturday, October 99th, 1H59, sua jariasBa swsmBaoi 78 Numbers?13 Drawn Ballots. NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO TICKETS. 1 GRAND PRIZE OP $100,000. 1 Prize of $50,000- 65 Prizes of $150 1 " 20,000 65 *"100 5 Prizes of 10,000 6& " 78 10 ? 5,000 'Co t " 60 50 " 1,000 4,810V" ? 40 218 " ' 500 27,040 " 20 32,396 Prizes, Amounting to $1,186,785 Whole Tie/eels, $20?Halves, $10?Quarters, $5 Certificates of Packages in the above Scheme will be sold at the following rates, which (is the risk. Certificate of Package of 26 Whole Tickets,?... 299 00 26 Half " 148 50 *? ?? cui it ta *7*: " 26Eigiith 37 27 The following SPLENDID SCHEME will be drawn by WOOD, EDDY &'CO., Managers of the Sparta Academ- Lottery, * . * " EACH SATURDAY IN OCTOBER, AT AVOTSTA, GEO. Class 40 Draws Saturday, October 1, 1869. f Class 41 Draws Saturday, October 8, 1859. Class 42 Draws Saturday, October 15, 1859. i Class 43 Draws Saturday, October 22, 1859. ' Class 44 Draws Saturday, October 29,1859. ON THE' SINGLE NUMBER PLAN. Fifty thousand Tickets! Nearly one prize to every nine Tickets. 1 GRAND PRIZE OP $50,000! 1 Prize of. $20,000 ' -1 Prize of. 1,500 1 " 10,000jf" 50 " 500 1 " 5,000 100 " 400 1 " 4,000 i 100 " 300 1 " ..." 3,000,: 100 " 160 * ff 100 ? 100 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. Apzs. of $400 apxg. to $50,000 pz. are $1,600 4 " 300 " ? 20,000 " " 1,200 4 " . 250 " 10,000 " " 1,000 4 " 225 " - 6,000 "-:"-.' 900 4" 200 " ? 4,000 800 4 " 160 " '8,000 " 600 4 " 100 " 1,500 "t.*? - 400 5,000 " 20 are ;.;:100,00<W 5,485 Prizes amounting; to $820,000 Whole Tickets $10?Halves $5?Quarters $2,60. Certificates of Packages will be sold at the following rates, which is the risk: Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets, ...$80 10 Half ? ... 40 " 'O 10 Quarter " ... 20 " 11 10 Eighth " ... 10 Tn ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the amount of money toour address, for what you wish to purchase; name the Lottery in which you wish it invested, and whether you wish Wholes, Halves, or Quarters, on receipt of which, we send what is ordered, by first mail, together iHth the scheme. Immediately after the drawing, a Printed Drawing, Certified to by the Commissioners, will be sent, with an Explanation. . , -j, Purchasers will please write their signatures plain, and give the name of their Post Office, County and State. All communications strictly confidential. fgy All prices of $1,000 and under, paid immediately after the drawing?other prizes at the usual time of forty days. Orders for Tickets or Certificates, to be directed to WOOD. EDDY & CO., Augusta, Oa. or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Atlanta, Ga. or,? WOOD, EDDY & Co., Wilmington, Del. A list of the numbers that are drawn from the wheel, with the amount of the prize that each one is entitled to, will be published after every drawing, in the following papers :?Augusta (Geo.) Constitutionalist, Mobile Register, Nashville Gazette, Richmond Dispatch, Paulding (Miss.) Clarion, New York Herald and New York Jhmes. Sept 29 39 tf SELLING OFF AT COST! A Good Supply yet on Hand!! THE undersigned has still on hand a handsome stock of SUMMER and Winter CLOTHING, which he is selling at and below cost to close up the business. He offers the best bargains ever sold in Yorkville. Call and see him, and lay in supplies while they can be had CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. This opportunity for buying CHEAP. CLOTH! ING, at such very low rates, may not occur again for years. REMEMBER?Every article at and below the cost mark and invariably for cash. TORE SHERIFF'S SALES. BI Virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Faeiat, to me directed, will be sold between the legal boon of Sheriffs Sale, ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN +*? OCTOBER NEXT, and day'following, at York Court Hoase, the. following property, to wit: f ' / ' r The -bonse and lot in Yorkville, known as the "King's Mountain Hotel," adjoining lots of John H. Adams and B. F. Briggs. Also, on Tuesday, after the first Monday in Ootober next, at the King's Mountain Hotel, I will sell 40 bods and bedding, 1 lot crockery-ware, 5 doxen chairs, 24 toilet stands, dinner tables, one oook-stOTe^ one lot kitchen ware, 5 head of hogs, 2 cows, a, lot of looking glasses, one lot of table-cloths and one lot of towels. levied on the nronertv of 8. N. Stove, at the suit of Reaben D. Robinson and. others. . ? . " Defendant, R. A. Black's interest, in a tract of land lying on both sides of the Pinokliiej;.Boad, containing four hundred and fifty acres, mors or less, bounding on lands of Elijah Carroll, deceased, John Harshaw, B. F. Davis, Lairton Jenkins, Joseph Mitchel, J. S. Hemphill, W?. Hope, J. H. Hope and John Rainey. Also, tvo negroes, Calvin and Lacy, 4 males, 2 horses and 2 wagons, levied on as the property of &. A. Black, at the salt of B. F. Davis, for another, and others. 6 On Tneaday, after the first Monday in October next, at the house of defendant, I will sell, one blaok maie, one saddle,' nine bead of hogs, one bureau, one clock and one table, levied on a#the property of Rosannab Wtley,i*t;th? suit Of WK man McBrayer and wife for a&Other.^ 1 . One house and lot la Yorkville, on Congress Street, bounded by lots of James Jefferyaaad J. U. Zurcher, and lands of G.W. Williams, and containing one half acre, more or less, levied on as the property of L. P. Sadler & Co., at the suit of Durham, Taft & Co., and others.- Abo, a train of land-whereon the Defendant/>C. P.' Saadtftifp resides, levied on as his property, at the suit of Durham, Taft ft Co., and others. -- 1 The boose and lot in Yorkville, wberuon thw defendant now resides, adjoining the King's Mom? tain Hotel lot, and lots ofj. P. Acock and J. H. Adams. Also, three neigroes, viz: Sam, Rinab, i t:_j_ j __ . ^ .# n n anu Lmaa, lenea on as m? property 01 jo. my Briggs, at the rait of Johnson, Crews, 4 B raw ley and others. ' 1 One traot of land, wheredlfffca dewWjpt tMl,' resides, levied on ea the property of Wm/Ferguson, at the suit of Charlea Fudge, for another. 1 One tract of land whereon the defendant now . resides, levied on as the property of Absalom Ao- * kias, at.the suit of W. B. FewelL S; * One tract of land, whereon the Defendant raptded at the time of his death, adjoining lands '4f Robert Gilfillen, Jane-Stewart, A. S. Wallace, Robert Miller, and others.. Also eiclk^egrbtii, viz: Bill, John, Harriet, Judy, Adaline, Cynthia, Joe and one child?name not known. On Tuesday after the first Monday, at the Iat?reaideno? of the deceased, I will sell three heaa of horses, on* wagon, a lot of oattle, and.a .lot ofdidgg^ levied on as the property of William HcLnre, at the suit of Thotaus Davis and others. One honse and lot in Yorkville, situatw on the Pinckney Road; whereon P. Colier formerly rest1 ded, levied on as the property of P. Cotter, at the suit of the 8tate far Taxes, and other* w a!One tract of land, adjoining Iaa&KOf James Mullinax, deceased, Marcus Bird, Robert Carefljr and the K. M. Iron Company! levied on aa the property of R. M. Roark, at the suit of J. WAvery and others. ' 'it One tract of land whereon dnfendani now resides, adjoining lands of H. P. White, Marcus Bird and others, levied on as the pro vn&etS* r oob Ettere, at the suit at JAneaCh One traot ofland whereon the defendant now resides, adjoining lands of%. H. Carrol; A. Harjt din and others, levied on as the property of Mary Pursely, at the suit of William McLure, and oth O. urn. ?v o One tract of land* whereon the defendant how * resides, adjoining lands of John Roddy and others, levied on the property of R. 8. Horn, at the'' suit of W. E.Roseand others. " ' ^ 8 * One bay mare, one bay colt, and a sorrel mede, levied on as-the property of Jacob B. Moore, at the *ui t of G. R. Ratchford and others. 8 One bay bcrrse one sorrel horse,'one two-hone wagon and one boggy, lezfod on as the property of Joseph JenkTns, at ihesoit of Lindsay ft Gordon-end otherfi. TrfPr*'' ** 10 One tract of land- wheteon the defendent now resides, bounding on lands of Jetnes R. Robinson, nnd Dickson McKnight. Also, one other traet, known as the "McClerkin .place," and boondiD( on lands of John MoKnight, Wm.;..Gdnn, Dickson McKnight and others, levfed on as tbo property of Dr. John Hall, at the snit of John Ross and others. 32 One negro man, Berry, levied en as the property of James Meek, at the soft of John F. Brian ft James A. Gaaton, Administrators and others. 12 One tract of laud whereon the defendant now resides, levied on as the property of Joseph Helherington, at the snit of G. R. Ratchford, and others. 2ft Four negroes, viz: Sam, Allison, Dan and Jake, levied on as the property of Robert McLure, at the suit of .Jas. L. Clark and Co., and others. 8 One tract of ljtod whereon defendant now lives, bounding on lands of S. G. Westbrook, H. H. Drennan and others.^ Also one other trart-tiadnding on lands of Daniel Williams, together with the milts situated thereon, Also six negroes, vis: Bill, Charles, Amanda, mm, levied on as the property of J. N. McBlwberJr., at the suit of Wjfl^m Caldwell and others.' - 10 Ellen and John, levied on as the property of W. S. Dunlap, at the suit of Roddyfc Co. and oth?wv One gold watch and key, levied on as the property of Lawrence Cook, at the suit of A. B. Dam The State of So. Carolina^ JOHN J. WORKMAN, "who la in the custody of the Sheriff of York District, by virtue of a' Joshoa Clarl:, having filed in my office, together with a schedule, on oath, of bis estate tad effects, his petition to tbwConrt of CtAmnonCT&,:nraT*ing that he may be admitted to.the benefit'br'ttMfcaf Acts of the General Assembly, made fW the relief of Insolvent Debtors. It is Ordered, That the said Joshua Clark, and other the creditors, to whom.the said John J. Workman is in anywise indebted, be, and-tagr are hereby summoned and haTe notice to appear, before the said Court at York Court Ho'use^rgb the 10th of October next, to shew cause 1f any they pan, why the prayer of the petition aforesaid should not be granted. ". gfc . a. js. muuius, c. a. o. put. J?iy7 22 8m> j The State of So. Caro^ia, Yorlc District. * * ABEL BOLLINGER, who is ia the anstofc-Of the Sheriff of York District, by -serine 0^-4 | writ of capiat ad tatitfariendum, at the soil of 11. J. Durham, baring filed in my office, together with a schedule on oath, of his estate and effeots, his petition to the Court of Common Pleas, ing that he may'be admitted to the bonefit of the* Acts of the General Assembly, made for the benefit of insolront debtors. It is ordered, that the said M. J. Durham, and all other the creditors, .to whom the said Abel Bollinger is in anywise indebted, be,, and they are hereby summoned, and hare notice to appear, before said Court at York Court House, on the second Monday of March next, to shew causd^aqy they can, why the prayer of- the petition afoftsaid, should not be granted. s * S. E. MOORE,vo; c. ru. Sept 15 37 8m dr. j7t. walker, SURGEON JDEOTIST, Chester, S.'O*, WOULD respectfully inform the public that his rooms are now at the Cornwall House, where he may be professionally consulted_on Mon days and Saturdays, and at Bock Mill, Xor* Mlstrict, 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, whioh is considered by Dentists vho have tried it, to be the perfection of mechanical Dentistry for mounting partial or full setts of Teeth. Jan 7. 1858. 1 tf buy THX WAMSUTTA PRINTS. THEY ARE THE BEST CALICOS YET OFFERED to the public for the money. Wholesale Agents, deforrest, armstrong a co. NEW YORK. July 7 27 ' 6m Feathers i feathers i i-a lot of FEATHERS, can be found at i MKACHAM k WHEELER'S, A