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THE BIOS OLD TAPSTEB. BY 8. COBLXY. Behold him now in Bilence bent O'er heaps of glittering dust, Intent to stay his fickle mind, And bind it to bis trust. Thoughts of the past no longer check The damning love he bears; The future, dark, but distant far, Brings to his heart no fears. 7f3*% He counts his gold?his honors (?) too? His friends?the friends to gain, And dreams of pleasure and of bliss, But seldom dreams of pain. Stay 1 miser stay! and answer now, How came thy gold?thy honor, all ? Through groggeries' stench the pcut replies; Through human blight and fall. The orphan's crust has swelled the stock Thou long hast called thine own; The widow's tears can tell how came Her husband's dying groan. The pauper sadly points the place Where he was robbed and maimed; Through bolts and bars the maniac cries, Blighted and marred and chained. The murderer and victim writhes 'Mid woe and .carnage spread; Their crying blood pleads for redress? For vengeance dire and dread. The mouldering forms in yonder vault Will rise when time shall cease, And fresh with life each victim curse His murderer and hie peace. Then keep thy gold! I crave it not? Thy pleasure?honor?all; Drink deep of these?the'll prove at last Thy wormwood and thy gall. And tears will fall and cares will come, And to thy heart unfold Untarnished truth, and its dread cry? "Give back?give back thy gold !" "Thy hands are stained! Give back thy gold! The price of blood! the spell Which links thee to thy deepening guilt, And to the powers of Hell!" Yea, thou wilt "give" or thou wilt not? But sure thou canst not spurn The solemn truth, that all must feel For guilt a sure return. Aye.thou wilt sigh ! and thy poor heart Will feel thy misery sore; Then break the spell?act well tby part? ~ "Wow, go and sin no more 1" JntttflOT* pairing. A JERSEY LICENSE. In that benighted territory which has been accidentally, by some earthquake, thrown up and affix'd to the United States, there used to be a law which required those about perpetrating the awful crime of matrimony to procure a license and pay for it. In one of the villages of the territory an eccentric genius, still living and reigning, officiated as county clerk. The village was quite secluded in the sand plains and the Squire pastured his cows on the broad acres around, bringing them home at night and letting them go to grass and sand in the morning. He kept a ~bellon one of them to help finding them, bnt one morning as he was letting them loose, he perceived that the clapper of the bell was lost. Being unable to find it, he made a substitute by making fast his office key. Not till bn had reached hi? office did it occur to him that he should want the key, but now finding himself locked out, he betook himself to other matters, proposing to recover the key at night. About noon a rough and ready Jersyman, in full dress, came riding into town, inquired for the clerk, scared him up and asked for a marriage license. 'Sorry I can't accomodate you to-day, but it ain't no go. 'Why not ? I am going to be spliced tonight and must have it whether or no.' 'But the fact is,' said the clerk, 'my office is locked up, and my cow has gone away with the key !' So the old fellow told the whole story, and the two set off for sandy plains to find the cow and get the key. Bat the more they looked, the less they found, and finally had to give it up. A bright thought struck the olerk of the county. 'I'll fix you oat/ said he, and young Jersey jumped a rod, so tickled was he to know that he was to he fixed out of the fix he was in. They proceeded to a store close by the office, and there the county scribe indicted the following autograph : Territory of New Jersey, ss : To all that may see these, greeting : Whereas, I, the undersigned, clerk of this county, having this morning untho'tedly tied my office key as a clapper into my cow's bell; and whereas the said cow has gone astray to parts unknown, bearing with her the said key, and therefore the said key is non est inventus?that is, cant be had; and whereas, one Abner Barns has made application to me for a marrige license, and that said Abner insists that he cannot wait until the cow; comes home with the key, but is compelled by the violence of his feelings and the arrangements already made to get married: Therefore, these presents are to command any person legally authorized, to celebrate the rites of matrimony, to join the said Abner Barns to Rcbccca Dow, and for doing so, this shall be your sufficient authority. Given under my hand and private seal, on the door step of my office?the seal of my office being locked up and my cow havrvAno nf nritK tllfi Iroti V? i o fnnvfK /Inn ^V/UW V* *?AW*A WMX, tuio 1UUUU VI l*J of October, A. D. 18?. John Osborne, Clerk. CAUGHT IN HIS OWN TBAP. Once two ministers of the gospel were conversing on extemporaneous preaching : "Well," said the old divine, waxing warm <you are ruining yourself by writing your sermons, and reading them off. Your congregation cannot beccme interested in your preaching; aud if you were called upon to preach unexpectedly, unless you could get hold of an old sermon you would be completely confused." The young divine used all his eloquence, but in vain, to convince the old gentleman that the written sermo.i expressed his own thoughts and feelings, and if called upon, he could preach extemporaneously. "As we are of the same faith," said the young minister, suppose you try me next Sabbath morning. On ascending the pulpit you can hand me a text from any part of the Bible, and I will convince you that I can preach without having looked at the text before I stood up. Likewise, I must be allowed the same privilege witl you, and see who will make the best of it." The idea seemed to delight the old gentleman, and it was immediately agreed upon. The following Sabbath, on mounting the \ pulpit, hi9 senior brother, banded him a slip of paper, on whioh was\written: "And the ass opened his mouth and;spake from which he preached a glorious sbrmon, chaining the attention of his delighted hearers, and charming his old friend with his eloquence. In the afternoon, the young brother, who was sitting below the pulpit, handed his slip. After rising and opening the Bible, the old man looked sadly around?"Am I not thine ass ?" Pausing a few minutes, he ran his fingers through his hair, straightened his collar, blew his nose like the last trumpet, and read aloud?"Am 1 not thine ass ?" Another pause, in which a deadly silence reigned. After reading the third >/ a ? t i .1.: UlUo?MHui JL uui tuiue oaa ; uc IUUA&U over the pulpit at his friend, and in a doleful voice, said?"I think I am, Brother PROFESSION AND PRACTICE. Two kinds of witnesses are often encountered in courts of justice?the unwilling witness, and the too willing witness. Here is one who doesn't seem to come under either category. The prosecuting attorney thus addresses him: "Mr. Parks, state, if you please, whether the defendant, to your knowledge, has ever followed any profession.' "He has been a professor ever since I have known him." "Ah! a professor of what ?" "A professor of religion." "You don't understand me, Mr. Parks. What does he do ?" "Well, generally what he pleases." "Tell the jury, Mr. Parks, what the defendant follows." "Gentleman of the jury, the defendant follows the crowd, when they go to drink." "Mr. Parks, this kind of prevarication will not do here. Now, state sir, how the defendant supports himself?" "I saw him last night supporting himself against a lamp post." "May it please your Honor, this witness shows an evident disposition to trifle with this honorable Court." The Court?Mr. Parks, state, if you know anything about it, what the defendant's occupation ia. The Court, let me say, has no idea that you mean to be disengenuous." "Occupation, did you say sir ?" "Occupation," answered the judge. "Yes," echoed the counsel. "What was his occupation ?" <If I am not mistaken, he occupies a garret somewhere in town." That's all, Mr. Parks. I understapd you to say that the defendant is a professor of religion ?" "He is." "Does his practice correspond with his profession ?" "I never heard of any correspondence, or letters of any kind." "You said something about his propensity for drinking. Does he drink hard ?" "No sir! I think he drinks as easy as any man I ever saw." "One more question, Mr. Parks. You have known defendant a long time; what are his habits ? loose or otherwise ?" "The one he has on now, I thing, is rather tight under the arms; it is certainly too short waistcd for the fashion." "You can take your seat, Mr. Parks." Exchange Paper. A New Secret Society.?In addressing the Chair, every member must thrust both thumbs behind his ears, atid wave the hands back and forth, to siguify his affilation with the donkey tribe. And on going into the ; ante-room of a lodge, three scratches and a knock are given upon the outside. The , person without says 'Lot's;' the keeper , within answers 'wife.' Both exclaim 'Lot's j wife,' and the door opens. At the second door, the scratches being given, the persons , without, say 'Jack,' the one inside defines , the animal, and both exclaim 'Jackass,' and , the door also opens. These pass-words will admit to any lodge of the Sons of Malta in \ the United States. At the close of the meet- < ings a Cuban flag is most generally exhibited, with initials upon it curiously formed so that they may be taken to represent either , ?I. 0. of S. M./ or 'I am sold,' which lat- ] ter is the reading most generally adopted , by the new beginners. The 'R. W. J. A,' , who bears so prominent a part in the processions, is the 'Right Worthy Jack Ass,' at the meetings. J69- The other day our Charley, five years old, found one of those curious bonerimmed circles which, I believe, ladies have named eyelets, and while playing in the garden swallowed it. The family were in the house, busily engaged with a work on entomology, when Charley ran in with a mouth wide open and eyes distended to theirutmost capaciity. His mother caught him by the arm, and trembling with thatjdcep anxiety which only a mother can feel, inquired? 'What is the matter? What has happened ?' The urchin, all agape, managed to articulate. 'Water!' 1 'It was brought him ; when, after drinking copiously, he exclaimed.' <Oh ! mother, I swallowed a hole!' 'Swallowed a hole, Charley?' 'Yes, mother; swallowed a hole with a piece of ivory round it.' Accommodating.?'Well, Mr. Green,' said the judge, 'you know it is my duty to order you to be hanged ?' 'Yes, judge, I s'pose so,' replied the culprit. 'Well, Mr Green, when will it be most1 convenient for you to be hanged ?' 'Well, you see I don't care a straw my-! self when?any time the Court pleases.' The Court then directed the clerk to look I _ iV At . 1 il . j | id me Airaanac, ana see 11 me nexc rriaay three weeks did not come on Sunday, and having ascertained that it did not, informed the offender that he would be hanged on that day at one o'clock "Stop, old fellow," said the subject of the law; "stop?I recon the ager comes on about eleven that morning, and, if it's all the same to you, I'd like to be hanged about ten. It would be a great aocommo- i dation." S&" An ostler was sent to the stable to bring forth a traveler's horse: Not know- , ing which of the two strange horses in the stalls belonged to the traveler, and wishing to avoid the appearance of ignorance in his business, he saddled both animals aod brought them to the door. The traveler pointed outof his own horse, saying, "that's my nag." "Certainly, yer honor, I know , that very well, but I didn't know which wa^the other gentleman's." Jgy An Irishman once called into a store 1 and wanted to get an empty barrel of flout I to make a hog pen for his dog. 1 Jari, Jfun # Jfaueg. \ In order to deserve a true friend you mast first learn to be one. n Health constitutes the happiness of the * body?virtue that of the mind. i The coat of*horse is the gift of nature. That of an ass is often the work of a tailor. It is exceedingly bad husbandry to harrow up the feelings of your wife. ?i When women begin to count their ad- 2 mirers, it isn't apt to take them long to do it. Every anniversary of a birthday is the oi dispelling of a dream. Tokeep your friends, treat them kind- j ly; to kill them, treat them often. He who labors for mankind, without a care for himself, has already begun his im- , mortality. * Heaven ever renders her dews to the earth, but earth seldom, or never, renders * her dues to heaven. ? Two cousins, named Cricket, were g married last week in Jefferson County. We J are opposed to such cricket matches. a "Adieu," is from the French a Dieu, 8 (to God). I commit you to God, or God ^ keep you. - n It is very well that the youth of our country should get high, but they should do ? so as the oaks do?by drinking water. ^ We should manage our fortune, as we a do our health?enjoy it when good, be pa- ? tient when it is bad. It is easier to increase our wants, be it b ever so much, than to reduce them, be it r ever so little. 11 Relieve misfortune quickly. A man is like an egg?the longer he is kept in hot water the harder he is when taken out. ?Pa,' they tell us about the angry ocean; : what makes the ooean angry ?'?"0, it has been crossed so often. Cultivate a cheerful disposition; endeavor, as much as lieth in you, always to bear a smile about with you. Asa man drinks, he generally grows reckless; in his case, the more drams the fewer scruples. To maintain a steady and unbroken j mind, amidst all the shooks of the world, marks a great and noble spirit. a 4 3 _ 3 _ I 3 _ _ A great, gooa ana a rignt rninu, is a kind of divinity lodged in flesh, and may * be possessed by a slave as well as by a prince. An author, ridiculing the idea of ^ ghosts, asks, how a dead man can get into a locked room. Probably with a skeleton- _ key. * * Catch not too soon at an offence, nor give too easy way to anger. The one shows r a weak judgment, the other a preverse na ture. . 'She isn't all that my fancy painted her,' bitterly exclaimed a rejected lover ; 'and, worse than that, she isn't all she paints herself.' Last evening we chanced to see a pair of interesting lovers kissing at an open lattice. Young people! that was very improper lattice-work. You may wish to get a wife without a failing; but what if the lady, after you find j her, happens to be in want of a husband of the same character! q Friendship does not consist in words, in great dinners, or unmeaning smiles.? ? Show me the man who will break his last loaf with me, and I will call him a friend. A man was recently convicted in Kentucky of stealing his neighbors cows and hiding them in his cellar. It was a cowardly mode of coio-hxding.. A When Aristotle was asked what were T< the advantages of learning, he replied :? w "It is an ornament to man in prosperity, and a refuge in adversity.' w TT7a ?rk?*/vAf flinf thnrn TT7Qa ?ni7 ... ucauuuiu ?"?? ?j such thing as suffering in the world, were we not occasionally reminded of it through Dur own. The most influential man, in a free coun- fo try at least, is a man who has the ability, as well as the courage, to speak what he thinks when occasion may require it. U One contented with what he has done, ( stands but small chance of becoming famous for what he will do. He has lain down to die. The grass is already growing over htm. A man was lately brought before a magistrate charged with stealing a dead sheep; the magistrate dismissed the complaint, observing that there was no such thing, as F when a sheep died it became mutton. A Wounds, healed when the body is in E health, sometimes break out afresh in sickness; but evil passions and propensities, that seem cured in sickness, often break out afresh in health. ... A negro, soon after the revolutionary I war, being told of the great valor of Lord 1 Corowallis, replied 'King George send him ober to dis country C'ornwallis, but Mas' J Washington git at him and scrape all de corn all off, send him back Coiwallis.' When you see a 'new fashion' do not go into extacies and adopt it until you consider whether it will mar or improve your _ peculiar personal apperance. What adds to the beauty of one, is just as likely to disfigure another. Good taste is always in fashion whether of the 'latest cut' or not. ] The amount of salt manufactured at J Syracuse, New York, is seven millions of bushels yearly. The annual revenue to the manufacturers is three millions of dollars. The wnole amount of salt manufactured in the United States is sixteen millions of bushels annually. ...Garricksaidof Sir John Hill, the phy- sican and author, "The worst I wish the doctor is that he may be compelled to take his own physic and read his own plays." "You must reverse the punishment," said **"?? tfnntr mon tttVirv folroo tV*? /Innfnr'o O J J KUV> MWVWWI w physic wont live to read his plays." A regular physician being sent for by a quack doctor, expressed bis surprise at being called in on an occasion apparently trifling. 'Not so trifling, my good sir,' re- " plied the quack, 'for, to tell the truth, I have by mistake taken some of my own * pills.' I It is authoritatively stated that the a- 0f mount of money remitted home by Irish- dc men, resident in America, the last year, _ for the purpose of assisting their friends to emigrate, was two millions eight hundred and sixty thousand, ($2,860,000.) The ten 01 preceding years, the amount was forty-nine uJ millions six hundred and eighty thousand, ($49,680,000.) A thin old man, with a rag-bag in his hand, was picking up a large number of pieces of whalebone which lay on the street. The deposit was of such a singular nature that we asked the quaint-looking gatherer how he supposed they come there ? 'Don't ^ know,' he replied in a squeaking voice : 'I spect some unfortunate female was wrecked hereabout.' vp l\t ?kMe $wjmrj IS ISSUES EVEBY TEUBSSAY MOBBING, , AT 'wo Dollars a year, in Advance. HRE E COPIES, ?S 35} 10 COPIES, 915} And an Extra Copy to the person making a Club or Ten?the money to be paid in Advance. ADVERTISEMENTS Will bo Inserted at ORE DOLLAB per square for the first, ad TKtRTT-8EVZN-Ain)-A-Hai.F Cents for each subseaent Insertion (less than three months.) A Square consts of :he space occupied by 12 lines of Brewer type ; X) worils, or one inch and a half space. No Adversemeni conntedless than a square. For the convenience r advertisers, we annex the following table M to to u- c* 6J O No. of * < < * * 0 0 "2 S % % % 3 ? ? 5 Squares * g- g- g- f ? 1.....7T 1 00 1 37* 1 75 2 124 2 50$ 518 I 12 2 2 00 2 75 3 50 4 25 5 00 8 14 20 3 3 00 4 12* 5 25 6 37* 7 50 10 16 85 col'mu.. 4 00 5 50 7 00 8 50 10 00 12 22 30 col'mn.. 8 00 11 00 14 00 17 00 20 00 22 40 50 col'mc.. 16 00 22 00 28 00 34 00 37 00 40 60( 100 ] Rpmi ifnnthlv. Monthlv. or Onartorlv Advertisements, , 'ill be charged One Dollar per square for each inaertlon. For Advertising Estrayi Tolled, 93; to b? paid by the [agistnite. Citations, 92; to be paid in advance by the < erson applying. Notices of Application to tba Legislature, . 5; to i aid by the person handing In the advertisement. QBolvent Debtors Notice, 98; payable in advance. Atichmei.t Notices, 98; to be paid for by the Attorney in the see. ; Bnslniss Cards, of ahalfeqnare or less, will he inserted at 5 per j ear. For each addition a) line, 91. i ty Obituary Notices exceeding one square in length, i riUbe charged for the overplus at regular advertising stea. Jp" Tributes of Respect rated as advertisements. < p? Announcements ofMarriages or Deaths: Notices of . glors or Temperance Meetings published GRATIS nd solicited. iUl Advertisements not having the nnnber of lnserlons mi irked on the margin, wQl be continued until forbid j nd charged accordingly. iy Quarterly, Serai-Annual or Yearly contracts will bo lade or. liberal terms?the contracts, however, must in all ases bo confined to the Immediate business of the firm or idividu al contracting. Personal Communications, When admisslle; coEimonlcatlons of limited or individual interest, or , ^commendations of Candidates for ofiBcel of honor, prof- , ; or truitt, will be charged for at from 3 to 10 cents per line. litosinm Btrtitts. ; JOHN L. MILLER, a.TTORNTrr AT DAW "STGHBatTaaJUBg 8? Office in the Old JaiL Jan 5 , " 1 ly DR.ALFRED CRAVEN Besiitati ^urgent ?nrfist, YORKVILLE, S. C. Vaf On the East side of the Main Street, South of the "Palmetto Hotel." Jan 6 1 tf WM. M. WALKER, 3tTRaEOX DENTIST, YORKVILLE, S. 0. Bocm formerly occupied by F. H. SimriL nil promptly attend to all calls either in the village or country. Jan 1 1 ly j. m. A *n/\ ivrs ~ MANUFACTURER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN riN-WAEE, rock-hill, 8. c. Orders from a distance promptly attended to. Nov 3 44 ly* . L. KERRISON. HERMAN L. LEIDINO. KERRISON & LEIDING, IMPORTERS Foreign and Domestic Dry-Goods, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL, Haael-street, ono door from King, CHARLESTON, 8. C. April 21 16 ly J.C. CHAMBERS, LTTOPtNTEY AT ZjAW and asr ffice in the Building one door South of S. Sadler's Store. Prompt attention will be given to the collection of debts, $c., in this and the surrounding Districts. Sept 9 -<- 86?? ? tf S. G. BROWN, AUOTIOXBBR, WEEK'S HILL, YORK DIST., 8. C. . 11 communications addressed to the subscriber I t the above place, or left with Mr. E. B. Clin- ' )n at Moore, Rainey & Co's store, in Yorkville, ill meet with prompt attention. Sept 8 . 36 tf . b. wilson. i. d. witherspoon, jr. WILSON WITHERSPOON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TORKVILLE, S. 0. Office in the building at the rear of C. House, irmer!.y occupied by Col. I. D. Witherspoon, Sr. Hot 4 44 tf ALLISON & BRATTON, IRUI5GISTS & APOTHECARIES. DBALRB8 IN Chemicals, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs, and all of the most < Popular proprietary or Pat- l ent Medicines. i Feb 24 8 tf BUY THE WjIMSUTTA PRINTS. ( ( THEY ARE THE BEST CALICOS YET OFERE1) to the public for the money. Wholesale gents, >EFDRREST, ARMSTRONG & CO. NEW YORK. July 7 27 Cm | A FRESH SUPPLY 0F GENUINE y IRIJGS AND MEDICINES ALWAYS ON HAND AT THE 'EOPLE'S DRUG STORE, CHESTER AND ROCK HILL. Dr. C. H. LAMBERT, PROPRIETOR. Sept 15 37 tf_ j FOR THE 1 OOBPJ UJUXTE SEROSENE OIL, BY THE Barrel or Single Gallon, NO. 137 EAST BAT. WALTER HOVEY, CHARLESTON, S. C. Nov 24 47 ly J, R. SCHORB, RESIDENT AMBROTYPIST, * YORKVILLE, S. O. CONTINUES to take PICTURES in all the vaJ rious styles of PHOTOQRAHY, on SATURAYS ; and dnring the week, between the hours / in, A. M., and 1J, P. M., at his rooms, one v tor West of the Presbyterian Church. Sept 29 39 tf 200 GALLONS OF the IlllllTlKHEOIl BY WHICH THE Cheapest and Brighest Light < MAY BE PRODUCED. also: KEROSENE LAMPS, In every variety, _ nTH A NEW PATENT BURNER, ] By which the J ai Smoke and Smell is avoided. ti We are the only agents for this patent, in this ilage. ALLISON & BRATTON. ARKANSAS Land and Mills For Sale. ?00 ACRES OF VALUABLE LAND, situated in Drew Co., Arkansas, eight miles west of Montioello, on he stage-road leading from Gaines' Landing on : he Mississippi river, to Camden; and about fire niles from the M. 0. & B. R. Railroad, the track aying of whioh is now under way, can be had on eras to suit the purchaser. A LARGE STEAM SAW-MULL, rith every variety of Dry Goods for PLANTATION AND FAMILY U8E8. Our long expedience in this branch of our business, and our futilities for purchasing with, two saws, has recently been completed upon he premises, and works well, cutting 8 to 10,000 'eet per day, which finds ready sale at One Dollar per hundred at the Mill, with a large body of fine imber at hand. There is in connection with the Mill, RUNNING ?EAR, with two pair of STONES, for a GRI8T MILL?everything new. There are TWO DWELLING HOUSES, Negro-u&Dina ana oui-nouses apon iue premises, frith as good water as can be foand in any county. The location is healty, and in a growing jommnnity, and iB thonght to be as valuable a place as can be found in the State. Purchasers CAS BUT 600 ACRES, including the Mills, with the priviledge of 1000 icres, or the whole tract, as suits their convenrenience. My object in selling, is to pay my debts and jhange my business. A bargain can be had. Address, JAMES BARKER, Barkada, Drew Co., Arkansas. Not 10 45 tf IEE CELEBRATED COPPER TOE I Mitchell's Patent Metalio Tip, desiolfed especially for Boys', Youths' and Children's BOOTS AND SHOES. A N IMPROVEMENT has been applied to Boots XX. and Shoes, by which a saving of expense to the consumer, of twothirds, is realised, by actual experiment. THE TIP consists of a piece of oopper or other indestructible material, neatly fastened to the toe of the boot or shoe, forming a complete protection. This invention is now presented to thepnblio, with the fullest knowledge of its practical utility, having been tested over two years, and is destined entirely to supercede the old style, for Children's, Boys', and Youths' Boots and Shoes. The importance of this invention will be readily appreciated, as it is well known that children invariably wear oat their boots and shoes FIRST AT THE TOE, ' and. with thisnroteotion. thov will unon an aver age wear at least two to three times as long as the old style, while the expense is bat a trifle more. This invention is also specially applicable to Miners' Boots, and all occupations subjecting the toe of the boot or shoe to be cat or worn. Merchants and the public generally, willjsee the importance of obtaining these goods immediately, as they are deBtined, for general use, to supercede all other kinds. . The Goods may be obtained of nearly all the wholesale dealers in the principal cities, or of the Subscribers. CHASE, McKINNEY & CO., (Owners or the Patent.) Boston. Aug 11 32 6m IF YOU WMT PURE MEDICINES, F YOU WAAT Genuine Patent do. IF YOU WAIST Choice Perfumery, F YOU WAIST Fine Pomades, IF YOU WAIST Fine Soaps, F YOU WAIST Common SoapB, IF YOU WAIST Hair Preparations, F YOU WAIST Brashes of any kind, IF YOU WAIST Combs of any kind, F YOU WAIST Fanoy or Toilet Articles, IF YOU WAIST Choice Segars, F YOU WAIST Fine Tobacoo, IF YOU WAIST PURE Linseed Oil, F YOU WAIST PURE Sperm Oil, IF YOU WAIST PURE Train Oil, F YOU WAIST PURE Turpentine, IF YOU WAIST PURE Camphene, F YOU WAIST PURE Burning Fluid, TP YMT WAIST PURE Alcohol. If you want pure Wines and Liquors (for sickness) Ip you WAIST Paints, Glaae, Putty, f you WANT Drugs, Dye-Stuffs, &c.,or IP YOU WANT muniniin-uii AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES, 00 TO The York Drug Store, iis lindsey block. Deo 1 48, tf F06ARTIES & STILLMAN, DRY GOObl HOUSE. SY7T are now prepared to offer a large and vaT ried Stock of FALL AND WINTER DRY 300DS. We have, as heretofore, given our especial attention, in the seleotion of our STOCK, vith a view of supplying farmers and planters DOMESTICS )n the most advantageous terms, together with tur CASH SYSTEM, enables us to sell at yery low prices. 16?" City Acceptances at thirty or sixty days, vill be taken as Cash. J^Orders from the Country will receive prompt attention, and every effort made to give atisfaotion. IffTT TTD'fl ITMAVtn TTATJ IflfiA M i> Mill HAl gy Jk WAV *vvwy iVith memorandums attached, and a list of onr Stock, will be ready on the 1st of October, and rill be sent by mail, gratis, on application to FOG ARTIES & STILLMAN, 257 K3ng-8t., Corner of Wentworth, Charleston, S. C. Sept 22 38 tf WAGON SHOP! J. ED. JEFFERYS, RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of York District and the public generally, that he is prepared with competent workmen and WELL-SEASONED LUMBER, ?o MAKE AND REPAIR WAGONS, HANDJARTS, WHEEL-BARROWS, &c., in the best aanner, at his Shop, near the Masonic Hall. He still continues to give bis personal attention 0 making DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, Lnd every other description of work intheCAR'ENTERING AND JOINERY LINE. Oin8 and Thrashers Repaired. Having secured the services of Mr. PARTLOW, ie is prepared to REPAIR Cotton Gins and 'hrashers on short notice. Persons having work f this character, will please bring it in at an arly day. 10=. He tenders his thanks for the liberal patonage heretofore bestowed on him, and hopes by 1 close application to business and a desire to Ive satisfaction, to still receive a portion of the avors of the public. April 7 14 ly NOTICE. wUT? OnkaamKAM hft Winer Onl/1 nnf 4V>aim ahFIma 11UU gUUCV/UU?ID uuvtug owiv* VUk bJUUl* CUWig Stock of CURTAINS to Mr. H. W. KINSIAN, would respectfully solicit for him a contin .ation of the patronage so liberally bestowed on hem in that department. ROBERT ADGER & CO. DTOETFAIM ??OBS. THIS STOCK IS THE LARGEST i IK THE t SOUTHERN STATES, ' COMPRISING t BROOATELLES, < SATEN DELANES, 1 LACE & MUSLIN CURTAINS, 6 CORNICES, PINS AND BANDS, ! )RAPERY TASSELS & LOOPS. 1 Made and Put Up in the Latest Styles, H. W. KINSMAN, 223 King Street, Charleston, S. C. Not 17 46 6m ; y OTICE.?All persons indebted to me are -J EARNE8TLY requested to come forward 0 ad make payment. Early attention to this no- 8 ce will Bave much hard feeling and some cost. e RICHARD HARE. June 30 * 26 - tf WOOD. EJ>DY & C?>8 SINGLE NUMBER LOTTERIES! GRASP capital prize or NEARLY ON* PHLZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS. The Extraordinary Drawings Of Wood, Ed4y ^Co.'aSingle Number Lotteries will take place in public, under the Saperintendence of Sworn. Cojuniaaioners, at Augusta, Georgia, aa follows: * ' Olau No. 56 Drat* Saturday, January 21, I860Clan No. 60 Dram Saturday, February 18,1860. EXTRAOBltoABY DRAWING, To take pfceo * above specified. One Grant Capital Prize of $100,0001 1 Priie of $60,tOO 1 Prize of $5,000 1 " . 80,000 1 " 6,000 1 " 15.CD0 20 Prizes of 2,000 1 ? 10,0t)0 100 ? 1,000 1 ? 6,000 100 " 600 1 ? 6,000 1 00 " 400 1 " 6,000 160 " 800 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 4pza. of$60Capxg. to $100,000 pz. are $2,400 4 " 600 " 60,000 " 2,000 4 ? 400 " 80,000 " 1,600 4 " 800 " 15,000 " 1,200 4 " 200 u 10,000 " 800 20 " 100 " 5,000 " 2,000 5,000 Prizes of $20 are 100,000 6,620 Prizes amonntingto $616,000 WholeTickete,$20?Haloet,$10?Quartern, $5? Eightht, $2 60. THE ORDINARY DRAWINGS Of Wood, Eddy ft Co's Lotteries, will take place at Augusta, Georgia, as follows? Class 64, Draws on Saturday, January 7,1860 Class 66, Dr&WB on 8itnrday, January 14,1860 Class 67, Draws on Saturday, January 28,1860 ORDINARY DRAWING, *?" To take placsaa above ipediied. One Grand Capital Prize of $50,0001 1 Prise of...'. $20,0001 1 Prize of. 1,600 1 " .-10,000! 60w " 600 1 " 6,000 100 " 400 1 " ......... 4,000i 100 " 800 1 " .. 8,000 100 ? 160 |J 100 " " 100 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 4 pis. of $400apzg to $60,000 ps.are$I,600 4 " 800 " 20,000 " " 1,200 4" 250 " . 10,000 " " 1,000 4 11 226 " 6,000 " 900 4 " 200 " 4,000 ft *[ 800 4 ? 160 " 8,000 ? " 600 4 " 100 " i 1,600 " " ' 400 6,000 " '*' 20 are 100,000 6,486 Prizes amounting to $820,000 Whole Ticket? $10?Ealvet$&?Quarter! $2.60. WOOD, EDDt * CO'S Grand Extraordinary Drawings, On the Three Number Plan, . CAPITAL PBIZE ' ' t@-^JLOOsOOQs1? Takes place on the Last Saturday tn each Month, Whole Tickets $20, Halvis $10, Quarters $5, Eighths $2.80. t8F In ordering Tiekets or Crrtiflcates, enclose the amonnt of money to our addjeas, for what yon wish to purchase; name the Loftsry in which vou wish it invested, and whether jon wish Wholes, Halves, or Quarters, on receipt ?f whioh, we send what is ordered, by first mail, together with the OUUVIUV* Immediately after the drawing,* Printed Drawing, Certified to by the Commissioners, will be sent, with an Explanation. m. Purchasers will pleaae write 'heir signatures plain, and give the name of their Post Office, County and State. All communications strictly conjdential. All prixe8 of $1,000 and aider, paid immediately after the drawing?othetpriseB at the usual time of forty dayB. Orders for. Tickets or Certificate^ to be direo ted to WOOD, EDD7 & CO., Avgtuta, Ga. or, WOOD, EDDY & CO., Atlatfa, Ga. or, WOOD, EDDY & Co., Wilmington, Del. J&** A list of the numbers that are drawn from the wheel, with the amount of the pnafhat each one is entitled to, will he published after every drawing, in the following papers :~Augu*la (Geo.) Corutttutionalul, Mobile Jlegxtler, jTuAvtUe' Gazette, Richmond Diepatch, and Paulding (Mite.) Clarion. ? * 6 Nov 8 tf # * ? ? ? * ? The Pefection of Scientific Arrangement and Mechanical Simplicity IS ATTAI5SD BY THE GROVER AND BAKER'S SEWING MACHINE CO., TV THEIB Improved Noiseless Machines, THEY have the following advantages overall others : They have no pads to keep in ?rder; no bobbins to wind ; no tangling or waste of tliraad no nilinc thfi thrAurl nr work! no tool chest stocked with wrenches, pliers, picken, leather, &c., &c. ' * The directions are simple, easily understood, and easily explained by the instructors. Then is no taking apart cleaning or rolling. They re* quire about ten drops of oil per day, when in con* stant use. They make no more noise than a common clook, even when making fifteen hundred stitches per minute. They run easy?a child ten years can work them to full speed. They run fast or slow without any danger of altering the length or tightness of the stitch. They will Hem, Fill, Gather, Bind, Stitch and Embroider, in so superi or a manner that we challenge comparison. The same Machine will sew pavillion gauss and plan tation goods. The seam is elastio as the most elastic fabric, and will not break in washing or ironing. The same Machine runs silk, linen thread and common spool cotton, with equal facility. The needles are shorter, and therefore stronger than any other high or low priced Machine. That they are superior to all others is evident from the fact of there having been thirty thousand machines made and sold, in competition with others already in successful operation. The question is no longer which is the best maker, but which of the numerous patterns of GROVER & BAKER'S shall I take. < PRICES, $50 TO $180. H. W. KI\SMA\, Agent for the Sale of these Celebrated Machines, 249 King Street, Charleston, S. C. D. B. HASELTON, Manager. Nov 17 46 0m HAEBISONr8 ~COLUMBI AN HAIR DYE. SIZE ENLARGED, STYLE IMPROVED. It has double the quantity and strength of any1 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 dte 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,! ihv A. W. HarriMm In the Clerk's Office of the District! | 'Court of the U. 8. tor 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 7th St., Philadelphia.  The State of So. Carolina, York District. LUCIAN P. SADLER, who is in the custody of the Sheriff of York District, by virtue of sundry writs of capias ad satisfaciendum, at the suits of Yelverton & Walker and John Massey for mother, having filed in my office, together with a schedule on oath, of his estate and effects, bis pe;ition to the Court of Common Pleas, praying that re may be admitted to the benefit of the Acts of ;he General Assembly, made for the relief of insolvent debtors: It is ordered, that the said Yelverton & Walker md John Massey, for another, and all other the sreditorsj to whom the said Lncian P. Sadler is n anywise indebted, be, and they are hereby summoned, and have notice to appear, before the laid Court, at York Court House, on the second ffonday in March next, to shew cause if any they lan, why the prayer of the petition aforesaid, hould not be granted. S. E. MOORE, c. o. c. pls. Dec 8 ' 49 3m I^TOTICE.?The undersigned would respeot131 fully urge it upon those indebted to the firm f ADICKES & WITHERS, to come forward and 1 ettle. The books of the concern must bo olosed ither by cash or note. H. F. ADICKES, Survivor. Jan 21, 1868. 8 . tf jj few Firm. CABlJir WARE-ROOM, THE undersigned respectfully inform the j> citizens of York Dis^jSjS^WulIS trict, and the public?t large, tbat they bare fwriaed a Copartner flbip in the manofac ' HSMKBn ture ot EVEBY deaW oription of CABINETFURNITDEE, at the stand adjoinaho ENQUIRES Office, under the style of 1 MORE & CREPS. Being saplirith a fine stock of LUMBER and other malls, they are prepared to fill all orders in thefc on short notice, and on terms to suit the tid Particular eion will be given to BEPAIR DIG aud^YAyiNG^ ^ y K T? And at raob what it will bean indncement to all personslg work of this character. In addition# have excellent facilities for the mannfactulPOORS, Blinds3 indow-Sashj &o. Intending to 1 success, we solicit a liberal share of the puktrouige. I?- Our bus!will be condncted on the! GASH SYSTENmmber and all kinds of Pro duce, at the maprice, will be taken in exchange for Fund Give ns a call. \ C. B. MOORE, 1 WESLEY CREPS. (JIMP POWTING PRESSES, Made by JTraa< W7. Pittrteld, Maai. < - ' PRINTERS hav felt the need of a GOOD and CHEAP 1 iper Pw?- We herein offer to them just i aeets this demand. It is a CYLINDER PR] nd maybe driven either by band or power. L. M. GRIST, (proprie ; tor of this paper) i using one of these Presses, and we take p s in referring to him in relation to the macl ts style and finish?and the excellcnfftf of it ing. The foUowingare the cash prices: > .V'' -J Nhwspapsb Pbkss boxed) !. $850 < Job Pbbss, r. 660 ' The first prints al (measuring type only,) ' 26 * 41 inches. Mcond, or Job Press, (measuring type onl z 22 inohea. 1 - HCI8 ft CLARY, j NOT 8 ? - * ** 1 RICIli HARE, ' ^n^^^^^flKESPECTFULLY in* < the citisens oj I SlTork and Cheater-Pis* t ^^Hs^^^^sS^riots, and the adjoin* g \M JMbg counties of North [ UjfMIMCarolina. thit he is prepared to sup- i every articlo in ;i MARBLE LINE. J of the highest style oh* and at reasoaable C He kedps constantlyud, a large supply of p FOREIGN AND DOhlfMARBLE, and spe* e cimens of his work ml ?1 ways Been at the I Yard, nearly opposite WQUIRER' PRINT- \ He is also'prepared tpah to order, IRON Balconies, fto. FIBF.IFIRrinpni . _ __ . i - ? ?^ iim hi be undersigned re -I a^ifflj^Bjfcai^Jtfully inform the ?j^8^^^^Hj^Hgpens of York Di?- ti tost they have received the FOUNDRY. " ' -f/ '.*5^^ nnd Bplendid b HWggfi": 'Be W COOKING and h< ICE STOVES, of ? jpperlor Quail- Ic [ty which they offer to 8eltoni8i,ingiy i0w prices. The lot on hand tgQ selected es- CT pecially for this market, Mrint of durabili ty and economy in fuel, wipare favorably with the very best. T sn They are also prepared tokcture at short Jf notice, every description offcPIPE) of In best English, American ancJhjj ;ron> foi Their stock of TIN-WARE1 rfor this mar-1m' ket, and will fill all ordersJtjfch they may be favored. Give as a call, L e8. ^ peoial pains to give satafacl each depart- n' ment. 48T KERE* BOOT^lm&s I , LOUIS SMLjl|j ^ ly short notice, and at the . He will keep constantly on kai c'? ^ 51 READY-MADE M / To which he invites the attention * ... n He takes this opportunity to re for the generous patronage witl , ? ' aT( been favored, and hopes by unrein ... te. U business, and a steady purpoj ' n 1.on a_ fiction, to still receive a liberal a i8" m. vors of the public. tho fa* J*?20 3 tf OiLRmGES? N. J" ia(sed " 1 for TIGHTENING TIRE, I am pr *Mnt ?rr the patent to Buggies, Carriages, J311 an' and to sell shop or individual rightsh ma few days, be ready to exhibit thepakm,a c^e with this patent affixed, may be ruTT 8 Th< are entirely worn out, without having .?? raP Tire off. "*e can N. B?Also, a first rote HARNE rpT) sia WANTED. Call soon. W. P. Mcl r , June 2 22 fon TBanrBBrS ^ j sijj deavor to giye general satisfaction. [ His Shop is on the same premises witl A JEFFERTiB' WAGON SHOP. Persons! ??c Wagons mide or repaired, can have them| n?1 without the trouble and expense of movinj Oct 20 42 *heij ?? best rotei ADAMB, McCORELE & 4 ^ri ' J Pall aid Winter Goods; Comprising all articles usually founl in a is arranged Stora i< Oct 6 40 > + &f. D LACKBKRRT BRANDY.?An J MJ cellent renedy for Bowel Complaint, a. Bale at the YORK DRUG STqBE^ 'i'wm GREAT WONDER OP THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, PROFESSOR WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. Says the St. Louis, (Mo.) Democrat: Below we publish a letter to Dr. W ood, of this city, from a gentleman In Maine, which speaks glowingly of the superior merits of his hair tonic. Such evidence must hare its effect, when coming from a reliable source. If certificates are guarantees of troth, the Dr. needs no encomiums, nor useless puffery from the press: BaTH, MaIHE, Jan. 20,1PM. Professor O. J. Wood A Co.Gentlemen: Having my attention called a few months since to the highly beneficial effects of your hair restorative, I was Induced to make application of it upon my own hair, which had become quite gray, probably one-third white ; my whiskers were of the same character. Borne three months since I procured a bottle of your hair restorative, and used it I soon found it was proving what I had wished. I used it about twice a week. I havo since procured another bottle, of which I have used some. I can now certify to the world that the gray or white hair baa totally disappeared, both on my head and face, and my hair has resumed Its natural color, and I believe more soft and glossy than it has been before for twenty-five years. I am now sixty years old; my good wife at the age of fiftytwo, has used it with the some effect. The above notice I deem due to you for your valuable discovery. I am assured that whoever will rightly use, as per directions, will not have occasion to contradict my statements. I am a citizen of this city and a resident here for iK?1a.4 0*. ? --J ' uic> 1Mb uaktcu Yctuo, <uiu am ma own to nearly every one here and adjoining towns. Any nse yon may make of the above, with my name attached, is at yourserviee.aa I wish to preserve the bean ties of nature in others as well as my* celt I am, truly, yours, A. C. RAYMOND. BILTIMOIIZ, Jan. 23,1856. WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. Professor Wood?Dear glr: Having had the misfortune to lose the best portion of my hair, from the effects at the yellow fever, In New Orleans in 1854,1 was indued to make a trial of your preparation, and found It to answer as the very thing needed. My hair is now thick and glossy, And no words can express my obligations to yon in giving to the afflicted such a treasure. FINLEY JOHNSON. The undersigned. Rev. J. K. Bragg, is a minister in regular standing, and pastor of the Orthodox Church at Brockfield, Mass. He is a gentleman of great Influence and universally beloved. WM. DYER. Brookfleld, January 12,1858. Professor Wood?Dear Sir: Havingmade trial of your Hair Restorative, it gives me pleasure to say, that its effect has been excellent In removing inflammation, dandruff and a constant tendency to itching with which I have b^entroabledfrom my childhood: and has also restored my hair, which eras becoming gray, to Its original color. I have used no other article with anything like the tame pleasure or profit. * Yours truly, J. K. BRAGG. The Restorative is put up in bottles of 3 sizes, viz: large medium and small; the small holds i a pint and retails for one dollar per bottle; the medium holda at least twenty per cent, more in proportion than the small, retails for two dollars per bottle; the large holds a quart, 40 per cent, more in proportion' and retails for ?3 a bottle. O. J. WOOD It CO., Proprietors, 444 Broadway, New York, and 114 Market St, St. Louis Mol For Sale In Yorkrllle. S. C.,by ALLISON it BRAT* TON, and H. W. MERRILL. Nov 3 * ' ? ? 44 3m ""HOWARD ASSOCIATION. , PHILADELPHIA. A Benevolent Institution established by tpeeial Endowment/or the Relief of the Side and Distreeeed, afflicted trith Virulent and Epidemic Diseases. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, In view of the awful Instruction ofhuman life, caused b/ Sexual disease, and the Inceptions practiced upon the unfortunate victims of such diseases by Quaeks, several years ago directed their Con* raiting Surgeon, as a CHARITABLE ACT worthy of their same, to open a Dispensary fbr the treatmantof thia elms jf disease, in all theirforms, and to give MEDICAL XD7ICE GRATIS to all who apply by letter, with a desertptlon of their condition, (age, occupation, habits of life, Ac.) radin eases of extreme poverty, to FURNISH MED2SCENE FREE OF CHARGE. It la needless to add that Oc Association commands the highest Medical skill of the age, tnd will furnish the most modem, treatment The Directors'oftha Asao<-i*iiAii i*. * 1" _ , i . , .w ?wvu - nimii iiopon tpon the treatment of Sexual Dteeaeea, for the year ending January lat, 1856, express the high eat aatiifaetlon with the ncceai .which haa attended, the labors of the GottsaMtag lurgeon In the cure of Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Waakneaa, Impotence, Qonorrhce, Gleet, 8yphllis. the vice of Onanism >r Self-abate, Ax., and order a continuance of tb* same >lan for the ensuing year. * The Director!, on a review of the paat, feel aaaured that heir labora In this sphere of benevolent effort have boon of great benefit to the afflicted, especially to the young, and hey have resolved to deyote themselves, with renewed seal, o thia Tfry Important and much deepiaed cease. An adrrilralMi Beport on Spermatorrhoea, or ITurinal Veaknesa, the vice ofOnanimn, Masturbation, or Self-abnae ndothor diseases of the sexual Organs, by the Consulting lorgeon, will be sent by mail (In a sealed envelope) FREE )F CHARGE, on receipt of TWO STAMPS for postage. )ther Reports and. Tracts on the nature and treatment of exnal diseases, diet, Ac., are cooatapUy being published or gratuitous distribution, and will be sent to the afflicted, lome of the new remedies and methods of treatment disovered daring the hut year, are of greet value. v Address, for Report or treatment, DR. J. SK3LLIN tOCGHTON, Acting Sorgeoa. Howard Asanrfsttnn w? South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, P*. By order of the Directory EZRA D. HEART WELL, President \ GEO. FaxRCHILD, Secretary. 1 Any. 4 31 ly_ THE UPPER INYIGORATOR! PREPARED BY DR. SANFORD, Compounded entirely from GUMS, rs ONE OF THE BESTPURGATrYE AND ) L Liver Medicines now before the public. The? Game remove alii One dose often repeated is orbld or bad matter from, . a sure cure for Cholera j 10 system, supplying in Horbai, and a preventlieir place a healthy flow of, tlve of Cholera, le, (invigorating the rtom-'O Only one bottle Is needed h, causing food to digestifs to throw ont of the system j ell, pnrlfyiug t h e,^ the effect* of medicine after looa, giving tone and.M a long sickness. !?hh to the whole machln-jjj One bottle taken for y, removing the cause of 9 Jaundice remove* all a disease?effecting a rad- sallowsesa or unnatural colsi cure. - m or from the skin. Biilloua attacks are'^ One dose taken a short red, and what Is better,timebefore eating gives vlgevented by the occasional H or to the appetite and makes eoftheLiverlnvigorator.} the food digest wslL One dose after eating Is fig One dose often repeated, fficient to relieve the stom'u cures Chronic Dlarh and prevent the foodL rhoea in its worst form, >m rising and souring. ijr while Summer ana Only one dose takes be) v Bowel Complaints re retiring, prevents nlghw yield almost to the flrst dose, ire. ft A few bottles will cure Only one dose takes at * Dropsy by the rht, loosens the boweUiO absorb*?** ntly and euros costive* J* We Uke pleaeve tore- < in. 2 commending this medietas One doee taken after each ? as a preventive tor Fever ;al will cure Dyipeila. m ana Ague, Chill Peine doee of two teaspoon- rer, and all Fever* of a s will always relieve ^ Billions type. It opeck Headache. ? ***** wilh certainty, and Dnly one doee immediate thousands are willing to te*. relieves Colic, while tify to its wonderful rirtnee. ill who ok It are giving their unanimous stlmony in Its favor. Mix water In the month with the In vigor- ( or, and swallow together. Vkice o.ve dollar per bottle. DR. SANFORD, Proprietor, No. 345 Broadway, N. Y. detailed by all Druggists. Sold, also, by ALLISON & BRATTON, and H. W. MERRILL. April 21 16 ly ' INGER'S SEWING MACHINES. 'rices Seduced to $50, $75, $110, and $125. * 1HE plain. reason why Singer's Sewing-Ma. chines have always sold readily at a higher er&ge price than any other, is that they are bet- | more durable, more reliable, capable of doing moh greater variety of work, and earning more j iney. Long-con tinned popularity is proof of J irling merit. In the purchase of what are called 1 eap Sewing-Machines, thonsands have been seived and disappointed, bnt with Singer's irhiriAfl til pro ia nnror a nw tfn __w ?iw uvtvtvu^ taiiUi v VI UlUUIftC. ogee's new family sewing-machine. i price of which is only $50, is a light and eleitly decorated Machine, capable of performing, i :he best style, all the sewing of a private fami- I It has secured a great reputation during the r months since it was first ofi'ered to the pubfger's tran8ver8e shuttle-machine, be sold at $75, is a Machine entirely new in its angement; it is very beautiful, moves rapidly I very easily, and, for family use and light nufacturing purposes, is the very best and fi apest Machine ever offered to the public.? . I ;se Machines are being increased in number as \ idly as possible, and, yet the demand for them not be fully supplied. tger's no. 1 8tandard shuttle-machine, nerlysold at $135, but now reduced to $110, jo well known all over the world to need any 3 sription. Every sort of work, coarse or fine, be done with it. ger's no. 2 8tandard 8huttle-ma- ! chine. his is the favorite manufacturing Machine ry where. The size of the Machine gives amspace for almost every description of work, ch together with its admirable working quali, gives it a decided advantage. Price, with A $196 J 1 1 . J Lnce the great reduction in the price of these 1 idard Machines, on the 1st of October, 1858, sale of them has increased fourfold. W 11 of Singer's Machines make the interlocked ik with two threads, which is the best stitch fro. Every person desiring to procure full reliable information about Sewing-Machines, r sizes, prices, working capacities, and the methods of purchasing, can obtain it by ing for a copy of 1. M. Singer $ Co's Gazette, ih is a beautiful pictorial paper, entirely dei to the subject. It will be tupplied gratis. I. M. SINGER & CO., 458 Broadway, New York. I GRIST, Aoest, Yorktille, S. C. ne 80 26 tf ^ SITUATION WASTED by f^^^a Minister and his Lady, as Teachers 3%pt|j;in some institution of learning?male P5jy and female?a female school prefer'Br Bot}j jjaTC bad several years rience in teaching. A part of his time he es to devote to the ministry?at least Saturand Sundays. For further particulars, le address "PRECEPTOR," stating placo t salary, at New-House, P. 0., York District, (v c 22 51 6t A ' Chester Standard please copy six weeks, V 'orward bill to "Preceptor," New House, P. 'ork Diatriot, S. C. |