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YORKVILLE PRICES CURRENT.
CORRECTED BY THOMAS S. JEFFERYS. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12, 1859. GROCERY MARKET, i ri BAGGING, Gunny, "$1 yd 15 ? 15$ BALE ROPE, lb 10 ? 121 COFFEE, Rio, lb IS ? 16$ MACKEREL, No. 1, bbl ? No.- 3, $ bbl ? Kitt, 2 75 ? 8 50 MOLASSES, N. 0., gallon.. 55 ? 60 Muscovado, ^1 gal ? oO Cuba, gallon, ? 40 SUGAR, Brown, lb 10 ? 12$ Refined "fl lb 11J ? 15 SALT, $ sack ... ? 1 90 APPLES, dried, bush ? green, bush ? CANDLES, 8perm, lb 60 ? 62 Adamant. lb 26 ? 30 NAILS, cut, $> lb keg 5 ? 6$ RICE, $ bushel .'. ? 4 00 YARN, bunch ? 1 00 HKUUUUili iviAnxvrji. PRICES PBOM WAGONS. 1 BUTTER, !b ? 12$ @ 15 BEEF, $ lb 6$ ? 7h BEESWAX,^ lb 18 ? 20" ! BACON, bog round, ? COTTON, lb 9 65 ? 10 10 CORN, bush 80 ? 85 CHICKENS, each, L 10 @ 12$ EGGS, ? doz ? 10 FEATHERS, Ib 85 ? 8^ FLOUR, bbl @ sack of 100 lbs 2 85 @ 2 50 FODDER. $} 100 lbs ? 85 LARD, lb ? 12 MEAL, ? bushel, ? 90 PORK, tylb ! 6J ? 7 ' PEAS. V bushel @ 80 TALLOW, 9 Tb 10 @ 12$ WHEAT, $ bushel 90 ? 100 WOOL, 3j) lb..! ? 25 ? 28 Cotton.?There has been very little change in | prioes since our report of last week. We, how- I ever, notice the arrival of the steamer Indian, with Liverpool dates to the 28th ult, quoting a dull market and prices easier. There being no sales since the promulgation of the news, it yet remains to be seen what effect it will have on the market. The sales made previous to receipt of the news were from 9 65 to 10 10. Flour.?Unchanged. We continue our quotations of $2 85 to $2 50 per sack of 98 lb3. Com.?None in market?would command 80 to 85c. for good old corn. Bacon?Continues very scarce and for country cured high prices could be obtained. Charleston Wholesale Prices CORRECTED WEEKLY BY J. A. E8TES & CO. TUESDAY, OCT. 11,1859. GROCERY MARKET. BAGGING, Gunny, yd ? 12$ BALE ROPE, *$1 lb '7 ? 10 COFFEE. Rio, $ lb 11J ? 12$ CANDLES, Adamaniine, lb. 24$ ? 26 MOLA8SE8, N.O.,^gal 44$ ? 45 Muscovado, gal... 60 ? 31 RICE, 100 lbs ? ... SUGAR, Brown, lb 7 ? 9 | SALT, sack 80 ? 85 PRODUCE MARKET. BACON, Hams $ lb 10 ? 15 Sides V lb ? 11$ Shoulders, lb @ 9$ CORN, bushel in sacks ? 95 FLOUR, $ barrel 5 50 ? 6 00 $ sack of 100 lbs, 2 75 ? 8 00 WHEAT, Red bushel ? 1 10 White bushel ?120 HP AX- COIjIjECTOR.?THE friends^ of X JOHN F. O'NEAL respectiuuy annougs mm as a Candidate for Tax-Colieotor for York District, at the ensuing election. Oot13 41 te* GOYE !?Disappeared from Yorkville, on the night of the 7th instant, a Black COBBETT BOAR PIG, with white feet. The said pig ia about two months old, and weighs 45 or 50 pounds. Any information concerning it will be thankfully received. JOSEPH R. WITHERSPOON. Oct 13 41 It. NEW FIRM*?The undersigned having purchased the concern of DOSTER & CREPS, are prepared to make all kinds of FURNITURE, at the shortest notice. We have on hand now, at the old stand, FURNITURE ready made, which we will sell cheap for Cash or Barter. G. S. DOSTER & CO. Oct. 1, 1859. 41 tf SSIGNEE'S NOTICE.?J. FLACH having assigned his whole estate to me for the benefit of his Creditors, this is, therefore, to notify said creditors to meet me at the King's Mountain Hotel, on MONDAY, 17th instant, at 10 o'clock, a. m., for the purpose of fixing the time and terms of sale of the property assigned ; and to appoint an agent to represent the creditors under the said assignment, if they desire to appoint one. A. F. McCONNELL, Assignee. Oct 13 41 It FIREWOOD I?The subscriber offers for sale, WOODLAND, within and adjoining the oorporate limits of Yorkville, 8. C., from ONE ACRE to ONE HUNDRED and FIFTY ACRES, with or without forty-five acres of FARM AND MEADOW LANDS. Said lauds are adjoining lands sold to Mr. Geo. Steele, and the lands of Mr. Herndon, and Mrs. Blair, and Mr. Kerr of the King's Mountain, and on the Lincoln road, all about and less than one mile from Yorkville. Albo, FIREWOOD will be delivered to persons in Yorkville, at Railroad prices. Also, some TOWN LOTS ar offered in exchange or barter, for farm land in York District. E. A. CRENSHAW. Oot 13 41 tf K. M. Agricultural Society. -n-^nr- riT>cT A WTVF.RSARV of this Associa f 1I1L HiVUi. T 1 tion will be held at PINE GROVE ACADEMY, on Friday, 9th of December next, at which time the Fair will be open for the exhibition of specimens of Agriculture, Stock, Mechanism and Lady's work, op all kind9. Each exhibitor will be required to give a concise statement of the manner of raising, producing, or manufacturing the article or articles, exhibited. No article of an inferior quality will be received. All persons wishing to exhibit any thing for a Premium, must have it entered upon the Secretary's book, on or before the 11th November next. For further information, Address L. A. Hill, Antioch, S. C. L. A. HILL, Secretary. Oct 13 41 4w Assignee's Sale. BY virtue of an assignment made to me by JOHN G. ENLOE, for the benefit of his Creditors, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder at York Court House, on the FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER next, THE HOUSE A&'D LOT in Yorkville, whereon John G. Enloe now resides, fronting on Liberty-9treet, and bounded by lots of Dr. A. I. Barron, Col. W. B. Wilson and Geo. W. Williams, Esq., containing THREE-QUARTERS of an Acre, more or less. Also, a TRACT OF LAND whereon David Turner resides, situated about one mile and a half from Yorkville, bounded by lands of James Jefferys, John D. Craig and others, containing EIGHTEEN! ACRES, 1?0Q Also, THREE NEGROES. Sarah, said to be a good Cook, Washer and. Ironer, and her child Robert; and girl Lovey, about ten years of age. FOUR SHARES of the Capital Stock in the King's Mountain Railroad Company ; one certificate of SCHOLARSHIP in Davidson College, N. Carolina; one Buggy and gray Horse; and one Gold Watch. Immediately after the above sale, I will sell at the present residence of the said John G. Enloe, his HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE, consisting in part of Bureaus, Tables, Bedsteads, Beds and Bedding, Wash-stands, Chairs, FireDogs, Crockery-ware, one Cow, one Heifer, a lot of Corn, and other articles too tedious to mention. Terms will be maae known on the day of sale. JAMES JEFFERYS, Aaaiynte. Oct 13 41 4t Bagging, Bale-Rope, Twine, &c, a rw-k BALES heavy GUNNY BAGGING. 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. THE FOURTH AZmUAXi FATR or m STATE A1I1T1AI SOCIETY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, WILL BE HELD AT COLUMBIA, ON THE 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th of November, 1859. THE Executive Committee of the State Agricultural Society of South Carolina, beg leave to call the attention to the citizens of South Carolina, and the Southern States, to their approaching Annual Festival. The Premium List is a very comprehensive one, and Premiums will be awarded on every article of merit coming within the range of the Agricultural, Horticultural and Mechanical Departments, as well as the Fine Arts, Ladies' Fancy Work, and Domestic Economy. In addition to the large and admirably arranged nans lor WD accuuimouttuuu ui uuiuiwis, iuc Committee has made other and very important improvements, which will add mnch to the com* fort and enjoyment of visitors. A SPACIOUS AMPHITHEATRE will also be in readiness, to seat some thousands, and add to the interest of the Exhibition. The track for the exercise and display of "fast trotters" hasbeen put in order, and the trotters already on hand promise something exciting. Visitors will be passed over all the Railroads in the State, during the week of exhibition, for one fare. All articles and animals, intended expressly for exhibition, will be passed (at the owner's risk) over all the Railroads in South Carolina without a charge, except the South Carolina Railroad, and Cheraw and Darlington Roads, who will demand one half freight. Visitors should take the precaution to procure Return Tickets when they pay their flare, to avoid embarrassment and delay. Exhibitors will please give the Railroad Officers timely notice of such animals and articles as they may wish transported, as well as the time and point of delivery. A. P. CALHOUN, J. A. METTS, R. HARLEE, W. R. ROBERTSON, D. W. RAT, R. J. GAGE. J. F. MARSHALL, Oct 18-4t # Executive Committee. MERRILL HAS R TTU R HTE: IB YORK DRUG STORE "WIDE OPEN! HE WILL BE GLAD TO SEE ALL HIS 1 FEUS ED mil AND PROMISES THEM Better Bargains than Ever, Oct 13 41 tf South Carolina?York District WHEREAS MARTHA C. McCLEAVE, has applied tome for Letters of Administration, on all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of ROBERT McCLEAVE, late of the District aforesaid, deceased: These are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceased, to be and appear before me, at onr next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be holden at York Cou-t House on the 24th day of OCTOBER next, to shew cause, if any, why the said administration should not be granted. Given under my hand and Seal, this 11th day of OCTOBER in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, and in the eighty-fourth year of American Independence. J. M. ROSS, 0. Y. D. Oct 13 41 2t* South Carolina?York District, WHEREAS JAMES M. HENKLE has applied to me for Letters of Administration, on all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits of JOANNA WYLIE, late of the District aforesaid deceased: '* These are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular, the kindred and creditors of the said deceased, to be and appear before mc, at our next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be holden at York Court House on the 24th day of OCTOBER 4 A - ^ ??? *hn oatrl ntlmin. [16X1, W BQ6W L'uusc, u Ulij y tt uj vuw oaiu nviumistration s'aould not be graDtod. Given under my band and Seal, this 11th day of OCTOBER, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, and in the eighty-fourth year of American Independence. J. M. ROSS, 0. Y. D. Oct 13 41 2t* Lands for Sale. ?THE subscriber, wishing to withdraw his attention from the farming business, offers the following LANDS A plantation on the Pinckncy road, two miles south-west 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, containing 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. Hislot 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 fer ce, a portion of it wood land. The purchaser would find this a pleasant residence, and a superior stand for public business, being at the junction of the York and Rutherford, the Chester and Pinckney roads. R. Y. RUSSEL. Sept 22 38 4t CHINADEPOT. n? NEXT TO TIIE COMMERCIAL BANK, COLUMBIA, S- C. | VtTE are now receiving, direct from Liverpool, TT a splendid assortment, of best WHITE GRANITE. ALSO, now opening, one of the best Stocks of FRENCH CHINA, of new styles, ever before offered by us. Together with a magnificent Assortment of ENGLISH, FRENCH, & AMERICAN Our House furnishing department is very full embracing, SILVER-PLATED WARE of every | UCSVlipwvu i Table Cutlery, Tea Trays, Lamps of every description ; Carbon unci Kerosene Oil, Wooden and Willow Ware, and Housekeeping articles gonerally. Goods packed in a superior mauner and delivered at any of the Depots free of charge.? ! Call at the Old Stand when you visit Columbia. H. C. NICHOLS. Columbia, S. C., Oct G. 40 tf Gutta Peroha Roofs. THE undersigned, agent of the "NEW YORK GUTTA PERCHA and GLASS-ROOFING COMPANY, would call attention to this new style of Roofing, the cost of which is very little more than the common Shingle Roof, and very | much cheaper than Tin. It is warranted to be WATER-PROOF, and to last for many years.? Specimens of the materials can be seen at his Shop, uear the "Masonic Hall." He will also furnish a Gutta Percha CEMENT, which will, in a majority of instances, save the entire cost of a new tin roof. It is perfectly flexble, and will last many years longer than ordinary Paint. J. ED. JEFFERYS. Oct 6 40 3m OUGARS.?New Orleans and Refined SUj GAR. For Sale by 1 CARROLL, CLARK & CO. 1 N I WAh1? Sill' A. F< BROW] ARE NOW OFFERING at THEIR TEMPORA STREETS, opposite the S A CHOICE APHE FALL & WINTE1 Rich Silks, English and French Merin ed DeLrfins, Plain French Delainj lencias, Plain and Plaid Pi Ai ? ran. IBHfUT (IF dtlUP 1 11 IUUU UUUUUilUmii Wt WMH4M ? FLA!OfELS, SATTHfETT, TWE E1 CASSI9IEEE Particular attention is invited to our LARGE S' Plantation Goods, Family i This entire Stock -will be offered, preporat is at the old stand, 243 King-street) at very loir p attention. A. F. Corr.er Oct 6 40 Commissioner's Sale. In Equity?York. Rosanna Wylie, et. al., V vs. > ECU for Partition. Margaret E. Wylie, et. al. ) IN obedienoe to the order of tbe Court of Equity, made at June Term, 1859, I will expose to i public sale, ON THE PREMISES, on MONDAY", the 17th day of OCTOBER next, all that TRACT OF LAND situate in York District, 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 Wylie, deceased. Teems.?A sufficiency of cash to pay the costs of this suit? the balance on a credit of twelve months with interest from date?the purchaser to give bond with good surety, and mortgage of the premises. JNO. L. MILLER, ! ($9J) C. E. Y. D. Scpt22 32 ' 9t FELLOW CITIZENS! , IN the course of human events, it becomes necessary for a man to |v?Ka?_pnll up his stakes and peg down in HILC- anotjjer part of tbe world. I vrill sell on the 1st MONDAY IN NOVEMBER next, MY HOUSE AYD EOT On Jefferson street, jo early opposite the Female College. The House is new, with eight rooms, each having a fire-place. On the premises, is a CHOICE ORCHARD, 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, ?...iTitunvpn LOTS. XJtanciKi uiiaiua * .... Also, TWO No. 1 SERVANTS?both young s.nd likely. Also, THREE SHARES in the King's M. Rail Road Company. Sgi, Any person wishing to examine or parchase before the day of sale, I will take pleasure in waiting on them. JOHN S. SADLER. Aug 11 32 3m Valuable Property for Sale, .A THE undersigned desirous of removing to his plantation, ofi'erB ffl i for sale his HOUSE AND LOT in 1'if' bb11 Yorkville, formerly occupied by Col. Wm. C. Beatty. The property is well improved. All tho OUTBUILDINGS, Such as Kitchens, Smoke-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 I in Yorkville?none excepted?and as I am dcsi| rous to sell, a bargain can be had. I will take great pleasure in showing the premises to any I one wishing to purchase. THOS. DAVIEH. Aug 18 33 tf VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. THE Subscriber offers at private sale, a tract of land situated on the East side of the Catawba River, containing 145 ACRES. 50 Acres of the tract is good RIVER BOTTOM, about 25 Acres of which are in cultivation. The premises arc well improved. He also offers for sale, the HOUSE and LOT IN YORKVILLE, formerly belonging to James McLure. deceased". The lot oontai^s THREEFOURTHS of an Acre, more or less. As this property is well known, any further description is deemed unnecessary. He also offers for sule, all his Horses, Cows, Household and Kitchen Furniture, Farming Utensils, &c. If the above property is not disposed of at private sale, previous to the FIRST DAY OF JANUARY 1860, it will then be sold at public auction. The terms will be made known by application to the subscriber. J. P. AYCOCK. Oct 6 40 3m Valuable Property for Sale. 4 A NEAT COTTAGE?Five wellarranged rooms of good size; toM irTyfi^lr- gether with necessary out-build5mBs?ings, good Barn and Stables, handsomely 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 reasonable terms. It is a beautiful Summer residence, only three miles from Wilson's and Patterson's Spring, HDd about four miles from McBrayer's Springs. As I am going West, I am determined to sell. For further information apply to me at my residence or D. Froneberger, at Shelby. W. P. LOVE. Sept 8 36 tf Head-Quarters. ALLISON CREEK, S. C. 1 Order No. -. Sept. 1, 1859. j THE BATTALIONS of the 46th Regiment, S. C. M., will parade for Drill and Review, as I herein specified: | The North Battalion will parade at Sardis I Church, on Thursday, the 20th of October. The South Battalion will parade at Workman's Old Field, on Saturday, the 22d of October. The Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Officers 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 15 37 td NOTICE.?All persons indebted to the firm of T. S. PAG.AN & CO., or PAGAN, FAYSSOUX & CO., are requested to make settleraent forthwith, as I am determined to have the business closed by cash I owe money and it must be paid. If am absent you can call on G. W. AVILLIAMS, JAMES JEFFERYS, Esq., or DANIEL O'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 CAROLINA H1SH SCHOOL, COLUMBIA, S. C. THE ensuing Session of the above Institution ?th. FIRST MONDAY IN OCTO BER.h For particulars, apply to the Principals. A. B. BRUMBY," J. WOOD DAVIDSON. Sept 15 37 tf DISSOLUTION.?The Copartnership heretofore existing in the Cabinet business, between DOSTER & CREPS, is this day disscWed by mutual consent. G. S. DOSTER, W. C. CREPS. Oct i 40 c w ? i STING & CO., STAND, Corner of KINO AND LIBERTY lERCHANrS HOTEL, 30RTM1LN T OP I DRESS GOODS, i os, English and French Calicoes, Print9, New style Ginghams, Plaid Vaoplins, New Style DeBeges. <SO: IB-cloths, mm ami 9S, KGKTIICKY JEAWS, CLOTHS, ?5ctcdi^ J ; md Servant's Blankets, &c, ory to oar removal to our NEW STORE (which rices. All orders will receive prompt and careful BROWNING & CO, of King and Liberty-streets, Charleston, S. C. lmo ????m?.???BB5B? P. B. GLASS,' (SUCCESSOR TO B. L. BRYAN.) BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, ' I 175 Richardson Street?(three doors above the Market,) J COLUMBIA, S. C.f , HAS for sale a large assorment of LAW, MED- ; ICAL, THEOLOGICAL, SCHOOL and MIS- < CELLANEOUS 1 BGQEt, MKT 6GGBS, i CHEAP PUBLICATIONS and 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. Wholesale purchasers supplied, and all orders promptly attended to AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICE8.-@8 Aug 11 82 6m WOOL CARDING. THE Subscriber hereby informs the public that his WOOL CARDS arc now undergoing extensive repairs, and will be in fall operation by the 8th instant. All those wishing WOOL CARDED can be accommodated, on and after that date.? Having experienced hands to attend the machines, and having put on new Cards, the subscriber flatters himself that those who favor him with their custom, will be pleased with the rolls. N. B.?Tne Wool must in all cases be WELL WASHED with soap. A little greaseis beneficial to the Carding. Give me a trial and judge for yonrselves. # Z. D. SMITH. TTTW TVTTT.T.W 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. 8MITH. August 4 31 3m ADAMS, McCORKLE & CO, TENDER thanks to Fall and Winter Goods, Comprising all articles usually found in a well arranged Store. Oct 6 40 tf SELLINGOFFAT 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 CLOTHING, at such very low rates, may not occur again for years. REMEMBER?Every article at and below the cost mark and invariablv for cash. F. H. SIMRIL. June 2 22 tf "DESTRUCTIVE FIRES ARE becoming so frequent throughout the country, that every person should INSURE. The CHARLOTTE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY?one of the best and most popular Companies extant, and founded on principles of safety and economy?continues to take risks in South Carolina, on merchandise, dwellings, mills, work-shops, &c., &c. B?.Coantry residences and Stores, unexposed, insured at exceedingly low rates. T. S. JEFFERYS, Agent, Yorkville, S. C. Sept 15 37 tf ^drTjTtTwalker, SURGEON DENTIST, Chester, S. C., WOULD respectfully inform the public that his rooms are now at the Cornwell House, where he may be professionally consulted on Mondays 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. Jan 7, 1858. 1 tf (tt6) C REWARD.-I will pay the above JpsQ*) reward for the apprehension of my TWO NEGRO BOYS. One about twenty years old, named AVAND A. The other about 16 years old, named BEATTY. Said negroes formerly belonged to the estate of JOHN McKELVEY, deceased, and are supposed to be lurking in their nltl noitrliKnrlinftil T Hnncrhf caif] Nptrwnoij nn 4th instant, at Chester, S. C., from KIRKPATRICK, Administrator, A. R. IIOMESLEY, Shelby, N. C. July 21 29 tf FEED CUTTERS AND SHELLERS, FOR SALE BY < MEACHAM & WHEELER. ; BUY THE WAMSUTTA PRINTS. THEY ARE THE BEST CALICOS YET OF- i FERED to the public for the money. Wholesale ] Agents, ! DEFORREST, ARMSTRONG & CO. i NEW YORK. July 7 27 Gm NOTICE.?All persons having demands a- ! gainst the estate of RACHEL MILNOR, de- ' ceased, are requested to present them to the undersigned, on or before the 1st of NOVEMBER . next, or they will be barred payment. J. R. WALLACE, Adra'r. 1 Oct (. 40 2t NOTICE.?The undersigned would respectfully urge it upon those indebted to the firm of ADICKES & WITHERS, to oome forward and settle. The books of the conoern must be dosed either by cash or note. H. F. ADICKES, Survivor. 1 " YORK SHERIFF'S SALES. BY Virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Faciaa, to me directed, will be Bold between the legal hours of Sheriffs Sale, ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN NOYE9IBER NEXT, By virtue of an order from the Court of Ordinary of York District, I will sell at York Court House, on the first Monday in November next, a tract of land lying on Clark's Fork, bounding on lands of William Oates, Martin Dover and Mary Jenkins, containing two hundred and twenty-eight acres, ipore or less. Sold to make partition among the heirs-at-law of Eleanor H. Lesley, deceased. Terms?on a credit of one and two years, with interest, the purchaser giving bond with good security and a mortgage of the premises, if deemed necessary, to the Ordinary, for the payment of the purchase money. 1 By virtue of an order from the Court of Ordinary for York District, I will sell at York Court House, on the first Monday in November next, a tract 01 iana ljing on me waters ui ouuai vrec&, bounding on lands of Margaret Thompson, Jacob Deal, Jos. Whisonant and the North Carolina line, containingtwo hundred acres, more or less. Sold to make partition among the heirs-at-law of Phillip Etters, deceased. Terms?on a credit of one and two years, with interest, the purchaser giving bond and good security, and a mortgage of the premises, if deemed necessary, to the Ordinary, for the payment of the purchase money. 1 By virtue of an order from the Court of Ordinary for York District, I will sell at York Court House, on the first Monday in November next, a tract of land boundiug on lands of Robert Rainey, William Rainey, Arthur Kirkpatrick, W. Shearer, Givens Gallagher and Thomas H. Mickle, on Turkey Creek, and containing one hundred and thirty acres, more or less. Sold to make partition among the hairs-at-law of Andrew Kirkpatrick, deceased. Terms?on a credit of one and two years, with interest, the purchaser giving bond and good security, and a mortgage of the premises, if deemed necessary, to the Ordinary, for the payment of the purchase money. 1 A tract of land, on which defendant, C. P. Sandifer now resides. Also, ten negroes, viz: Charles, young* Jack, old Jack, Mary, Louisa and her child (Jane), Rocinda, Sarah, Caroline and Sam, levied on as his property, at the suit of Durham, raft & Co., vt. L. P. Sadler & C. P. Sandifei\ and at the suit of others. 2 * ' One tract of land on which the defendant redded at the time of his death, levied on as the property of Robert McLure, at the suit of Moses Lindsay and others. 1 One tract of land whereon defendant now lives, sounding on lands of S. G. Westbrook, H. H. Drennan and others. Also one other tract of land, sounding on lands of Daniel Williams, together prith the mills situated thereon. Also, eleven negroes, viz: Bill, Charles, Amanda, Ben, May, Green, Judy, Josephine, Bob, Adeline and Canelia, levied on as the property of J. N. McElivee, Jr., at the suit of Ann Witherspoon and I. D. Witherspoon, Executors, and others. 16 and day following* at York Court House, the following property, to wit: Defendant, R. A. Black's interest, in a tract of land lying on both sides of the Pinckney Road, sontaining four hundred and fifty acres, more or less, bounding on lands of Elijah Carroll, deceased, John Hurshaw, B. F. Davis, Lawson Jenkins, Joseph Mitch el, J. S. Hemphill, Wm. Hope, J. M. Hope and John Rainey. Also, two negroes, Calvin and Lucy, 4 mules, 2 horses and 2 wagons, levied on as the property of R. A. Black, at the suit of B. F. Davis, for another, and others. 7 One tract of land, whereon the defendant now resides, levied on as the property of Wm. Fergu son, at the suit of Charles Fudge, for another. 2 Eight negroes, viz: Bill, John, Harriet, Judy, Adeline, Cynthia, Joe and one child?name not known. Gn Tuesday after the first Monday, at the late residence of the deceased, I will sell three head of horses, one wagon, a lot of cattle, and a lot of hogs, levied on as the property of William McLure, at the suit of Thomas Davis and others. 3 One house and lot in Torkville, situated on the Pinckney Road; whereon P. Colier formerly resided, levied on as the property of P. Colier, at the suit of the State for Taxes, and others. 5 One tract of land whereon defendant now resides, adjoining lands of H. P. White, Marcus Bird and others, levied on as the property of Jacob Etters, at the suit of James Childers. 9 One tract of land whereon the defendant now resides, adjoining lands of W. H. Carrol, A. Har-; din and others, levied on as the property of Mary Pursely, at the snit of William McLnre, and others. 9 One bay mare, one bay colt, and a sorrel mule, levied on as the property of Jacob B. Moore, at the suit of 0. R. Ratchford and others. 9 One bay horse one sorrel horse, one two-horse wagon and one buggy, levied on as the property of Joseph Jenkins, at the suit of Lindsay & Gordon and others. . 12 One negro man, Berry, levied on as the property of James Meek, at the suit of John F. Brian & James A. Gaston, Administrators and others. 13 One tract of land whereon the defendant now resides, levied on as the property of Joseph Hetherington, at the suit of G. R. Ratchford, and others. 21 Four negroes, vix: Sam, Allison, Dan and Jake, levied on as the property of Robert McLnre, at the suit of Jas. L. Clark and Co., and others. 9 Three negroes, vix: Sue and her two children, Ellen and John, levied on as the property of W. S. Dunlap, at the suit of Roddy & Co. and others. 14 ALFRED STILWELL, s. Y. D. Yorkville, October 6, 1859. J.R.SCHORB, ~ ~~ mnafiirnTviiro!ra lYfiimmthinromTtan) imsaiiwumjir tmimviuiimviiv YORKVII.LE, S. O. CONTINUES to take PICTURES in all the various styles of PHOTOGRAHY, on SATURDAYS ; and during the week, between the hours of 11 J, A. M., and 1J, P. M., at his rooms, one door West of the Presbyterian Church. Sept 29 . 39 tf TO PLANTERS AND FARMER'S! 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 hois 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,?such as the exolosion 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; tho spike beater combined, the smooth drum with fingers and no spikes, and different other patterns. He has also the right of the celebrated Garlington Trash ers 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 his order to me at Chester C. H., So. Ca. Work will be carefully shipped to any place desired. Repairing done at short notice. JOHN SIMPSON. To House-Builders, I will say that I am constantly manufacturing Sashes, Blinds and Doors of every description, of good material and jf the very best workmanship. All work carefully packed and forwarded to jrder. June 2 22 tf PHCENIX IRON WORKS, CHARLESTON, S. C. OAMEHORT d) CO., Manufacturers of ail kinds of machinery, stationary engines, from four borse power upwards; marine engines, portable engines, high and low pressure boilers, Saw Mills, Threshers, Pounding Mills, &c. Having a very extensive stock of Paterns, they are prepared to furnish all kinds of [ron and brass castings, at the shortest notice. Also, Agents 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 fortv Der cent laree for the same horse-power. A. CAMERON, JOS. JOHNSON, Je. JOHN F. TAYLOR. May 12 19 6m MOLASSES.?10 bbls. and 2 hhds. New Orleans and Muscovado MOLASSES, on band and for sale low, at j. j. QARvnrs. Cat&iiratas. For announcing a Candidate for Office, per year, or for a lets time, $6 in advance ; if not paid in advance, $10. for ordinary!ORDINARY The friends of JOHN B. JACKSON, Esq., respectfully announce him as a Candidate for the office of ORDINARY. April 8, 1869. 14 ly RDIYARY.?The friends of JEROME C. MILLER, respectfully announce him as a Candidate for ORDINARY of York Distriot, at the next election. April 1, 1859. 18 ly RDIIYARY.-Tho friends of JOHN G. ENLOE, Esq., respectfully announce him as a Candidate for ORDINARY of York Distriot, at the ensuing election. Sept 2, '69. 86 tf FOR TAX-COLLECTOR. TAX-collector.?we are authorized to announce Capt. WM. LAWSON BROWN, as a Candidate for TAX COLLECTOR for York District, at the ensuing election. Sept 29 39 te Tax-collector.?the friends of Capt. F. J. E. QUINN, respectfully announce him as a candidate for TAX-COLLECTOR for York District, at the ensuing election. August 26, 1869. 34 te* Tax-collector.?the friends of MOSES LINDSAY respectfally announce him as a Candidate for Tax-Collector for York District, at the ensuing election. Dec. 9,1859. 49 tf Tax-collector.?We are authorized to announoe W. B. McCONNELL, as a Candidate for Tax-Collector for York District, at the ensuing election. March 11 9 *o60 Tax collector.?The friends of C C. GWIN, respectfully announce him as a Candidate for TAX-COLLECTOR for York District, at the ensuing election. March 4, 1859. 9 tf Tax-collector.?the friends of b. P. BOYD respectfolly announce him as a I Candidate f r Tax-Collector for York District, at the ensuing election. March 11, 1858. 10 tf Tax-collector.?weare authorized to announce THOMAS ROACH as a Candidate for Tax Collector for York District, at the next election. Feb. 26, 1859. ^_8 tf Tax collector.?The friends of Captain JOHN J. WYLIE, beg leave to announce him as a candidate for TAX-COLLECTOR of York District, at the next election. Deo 17, 1868. 60 ax collector.?The friends of JOSEPH C. MITCHELL respectfully announce him as a Candidate for TAX-COLLECTOR, at the next election. " Oct 22, 1858. 42 tf Tax collector.?We are authorized to announce S. S. ELAM as a Candidate for TAX-COLLECTOR of York District, at the ensuing election. Jan 7,1858. 1 tf Tax collector.?We are authorized to announce Capt. DANIEL D. MOORE as a Candidate for TAX COLLECTOR for York Dis- | met, at. tne ensuing election. Jan 14 2 *o'60 TAX COl.L1ECTOR.--We are authorized to announce WYLIE L. HARRIS, Esq., as a Candidate for TAX-COLLECTOR of York District, at the ensuing election. [HARRI SO Iff'S COLUMBIAN ! HAIR DYE. SIZE ENLARGED, STYLE IMPROVED. It has donble 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. Its effect is instantaneous and permanent. It is the best, quickest, cheapest and safest dye ever made. Directions for use accompany each box. Price: 1 oz. $1; 2 oz. $1 50; 4 oz. $3; 8 oz. $5. [Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1855, by A. W. Harrison in the Clerk's Office of the District1 "Court of the U. S. for the Eastern District of Penn.1 For sale by ALLISON & BRATTON, H. W. MERRILL, and H. F. ADICKES & CO. Manufacturer, APPOLLOS W. HARRISON. 10 South 1th St., Philadelphia. [f24] SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES, Prices Reduced to $50, $76, $110, and $125. THE plain reason why Singer's Sewing-Machines have always sold readily at a higher average price than any other, is that they are bet ter, more durable, more reliable, capable of doing a much greater variety of work, and earning more money. Long-continued popularity is proof of sterling merit. In the purchase of what are called cheap SewiDg-Machines, thousands have been deceived and disappointed, but with Singer's Machines there is never any failure or mistake. SINGER'8 NEW FAMILY SEWING-MACHINE, the price of which is only $50, is a light and ele gantly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the best style, all the sewing of a private family. It has secured a great reputation during the few months since it was first offered to the public. - singer's transverse shuttle-machine, to be sold at $75, is a Machine entirely new in its arrangement; it is very beautiful, moves rapidly and very easily, and, for family use and light manufacturing purposes, is the very best and cheapest Mach ne ever offered to the public.? These Machines are being increased in number as rapidly as possible, and, yet the demand for them cannot be fully supplied. 8inger'8 "no. 1 standard shuttle-machine, formerly sold at $135, but now reduced to $110, is too well known all over the world to need any description. Every sort of work, coarse or fine, can be done with it. singer's no. 2 standard shuttle-machine. This is the favorite manufacturing Machine every 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, $125. Since the groat reduction in the price of these Standard Machines, on the 1st of October, 1858, the sale of them has increased fourfold. All of Singer's Machines make the interlocked stitch with two threads, which is the best stitch known. Every person desiring to procure full and 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 1. M. Singer Co's Gazette, which is a beautiful pictorial paper, entirely devoted to the subject. It will be supplied gratis. r ir OTMnDD P. fiA x. m. oinuxiiv a w., 458 Broadway, New York. L. M. GRIST, Ageni, Yorkville, S. C. June 30 26 tf Dundee Bagging. WE have a fine lot of heavy DUNDEE BAGGING, which we offer on time. J MEACHAM k WHEELER, Near R. R. Depot. TO MOTHERS.?Mrs. WINSLOW'S Soothing Syrup for Children Teething, is acknowledged everywhere, to be one of the greatest blessings ever bestowed. For Sale at 25 cts. per bottle, at the YORK DRUG STORE, Lindsey Block. BAGGING, ROPE & TWINE.?We 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 persona indebted to me are EARNESTLY requested to come forward 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. WOOD, EDDY k. CO*S LOTTERIES! (BY STATE AUTHORITY.) CAPITAL PRIZE o* $100,000 The following MAGNIFICENT SCHEME8 will be drawn by Wood, Eddy ? Co., Managers, in public, under the superintendence of sworn Commissioners in OCTOBER, 1869. CLASS NO. 670, Draws on Saturday, October 99th, UIM, vntaaa srvmaaa va&SN 78 Number*?13 Drawn Ballets. NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO TICKETS. 1 GRAND PRIZE OF $100,000. 1 Prize of $60,000 66 Prizes of $160 1 ? 20,000 65 " ' 100 6 Prizes of 10,000 65 " 78 10 " 6,000 . 65 ? , 60 Kn u 1 000 4 810 " 40 218 " 500 | 27,040 " 20 ' 32,396 Prizes, ...Amounting to . $1,186,786 Whole Tickets, $20?Halve*, $10?Quartern, $6 Certificates of Packages in the above Scheme will be sold at the following rates, whieh (is the risk. Certificate of Package of 36 Whole Ticket*, 8399 00 " " 26Half " 149 50 " 26Quarter " ....... 74 75 ' 36 Eighth ....... 37 87 ma ? ? The following r. SPLENDID SCHEME will be drawn by WOOD, EDDY ft CO., Man agers of the Sparta Academy Lottery, EACH SATURDAY IN OCTOBER, AT AltiOTA, GEO. v Clan 40 Draws Saturday, October 1, 1869. Clan 41 Draws Saturday, October 8, 1869. Class 42 Draws Saturday, October 16, 1869. or Class 43 Draws Saturday, October 22, 1869. Class 44 Draws Saturday, October 29,1869. ON THE SINGLE NUMBER PLAN. Fifty thousand Tickets 1 Nearly one prise to' orery nine Tickets. w *l* 1 GRAND PRIZE OP $50,000! 1 Prize of $20,0001 1 Prise of...... 1,600 1 " 10,000 60 " 600 1 " 6^000 100 ? 400 1 " 4,000 100 " ...... 800 1 " 8,000 100 " 150 100 " 100 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 4 pss. of $400 apxg. to $60,000 pi. are $1,600 4 ? 800 " 20,000 ? <? 1,200 4 " 260 " 10,000 ? " 1,000 4 " 226 " 6,000 ? " 900 4 " 200 * 4,000/** 800-*' 4 " 150 ?? 3,000 ?2l " 60? 4 " 100 " 1,600 400 5,000 " 20 are ?..100,000 6,486 Prizes amounting to $820,00flk9 Whole Tickets $10?Halves $6?Quarters $2,60. .ft Certificate* of Package* will be sold at the following rates, whioh is the risk: Certificate of Paokage of 10 Whole Tickets, ...$80 ? ? 10 Half " -.40 " " 10 Quarter " St... 20 " " 10 Eighth JO Igfln ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the amount of money to onr address, for what yon wish to purchase; name the Lottery in which yon wish it invested, and whether yon wish Wholes, Halves, or Quarters, on receipt of whioh, we send what is ordered, by first mail, together with the scheme. Immediately after the drawing, a Printed Drawing, Certified to by the Commissioners, will be sent, with an Explanation. m. Purchasers will please write their sign*tares plain, and give the name of their Post Omee, Coanty and State. All communications strictly confidential, f^ All prixes of $1,000 and under, paid liar mediately after the drawing?other prises at the usual time of forty days. Orders for Tickets or Certificates, to be directed to WOOD, EDDY & CO., August#, Qa. or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Atlanta* Qa. or, WOOD, EDDY & Co., Wilmlngton^' Dd. * list of the numbers thatMtttfifo from the wheel, with the amount of the prise 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.) Ola' rion, New York Herald and New York Times. Sept 29 . 89 ? South Carolina?fork District. 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, two of 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. J. M. ROSS, o. T. D. July 14 28 8m A A JAR8AND BOXES PRITjtfKS. 1U 6 whole and 10<jr. boxes, TT 1 dozen drums FIGS. 1 box CITRON, and 25 pounds CURRANTS. Just Received and , for Bale low by 0. L. WALLACE, <wL Adjoining J. J. Garvin's Family Grocery. fv. Sept 29 89 tf 'v > NOTICE.?The Creditor! of J. LEROY DAVIES, will meet me at Rock Hill on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19th; Saturday, MAY 21st; Saturday, AUGUST 20th; and Saturday, NOVEMBER 19tb, 1859. L. H. MA8SEY, Asrignte. Jan 6 1 11m Coffee, Sugar and Molasses. WE have just received a large lot COFFEE, SUGAR and MOLASSES, which we oftfr on accommodating terms. * / MEACHAM & WHEELER, Near Rail Road Depot Hemlock Leather. A Large lot can be found at MEACHAM & WHEELER'S, Near the Railroad Depot July 7 27 *tf FOR COOKING.?Pare Bi. Garb. Sod?, pare Cream Tartar, pore Tapioca, Isinglass, (Russian and American) Sago, Corn Staroh, Cozes Gelatine, Yeast Powders, Spices of all kinds. For Sale by H. W. MERRILL, At the York Drug Store. LAVOROG EXTRACTS.?Of 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 tfcj. Feathers ! feathers i i-a fine lot of FEATHERS, can be found at ME AC HAM & WHEELER'S, Near the Depot. Inks. perfumery, soaps, ac. A very large assortment of the above, on hand and for sale at Philadelphia retail prices, by 0. L. WALLACE. Syrups! strcpsii syrups!!! Lemon Syrup, Pine-Apple, Strawberry, 8arsaparilla, and prepared or concentrated Soda Water. For sale by 0. L. WALLACE. TJOWDER, SHOT AND CAPS.-For X Sale by 0. L. WALLACE. Sept 29 89 ^ tf ? A A AAA CIGARS of choice brands, A U UUU with a large lot of Lorilard's Macaboy and Scotoh SnufF. Just received and for sale by -v> 0. L. WALLACE. inegar.?White-Wine and Cider vineQAR. For sale by . CARROLL, CLARK A CO., Near the Rail Road Depot. Sugar.?6000 pounds New Orleans, Muscovado, Crushed, Refined and Loaf SUGAR.? For sale low. hv J. J. GARVIN. Iron! Iron!! TT7E have ja8t receiyed a large lot of assorted ? IRON. MEACHAM 4 WHEELER. Mackerel i mackerel i i-For Sale by CARROLL, CLARK & CO., Near the R. R. Depot Tarn.?300 Bunches FACTORY yarn. For Sale by CARROLL, CLARK & co. July 7 27 * T>B a CCO.?Fine CHEWING and SMOKING TOBACCO. For Bale by