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nish a comfortable and permanent road; when
grading to any extent ia needed, the more expensive
McAdam system becomes necessary;
and in more hopeless cases, by circling the hill
we may avoid those places beyond the reach of
grade and gravel.
These methods of course imply considerable
expense; but without any great outlay at one
time, by constant additions in the coarse of years
we would possess a road system unsurpassed and
equal to our wants. The work when done should
. be substantial and permanent; and to this end
we should remember that the least costly artiole
is by do means necessarily the most economical.
Let each Commissioner arrange his seotion sysk
tematically for progressive yearly labor, aiming
J} always at permanency; and though he progressW
es bnt half a mile a year, he will prove in the
end a benefactor to his conntTj. The enhanoed
value of lands adjoining such a road, apart from
convenience, wonld more than repay the necessary
outlay.
I regret that your correspondent, after his
very sensible remarks, should have indulged in his
last paragraph, in objections to the recent road
law, grounded upon its pressing unequally upon
different sections. These objections are based
upon principles which if carried into effect,
would soon reduce society to its elements; or at
any rate would cripple all efforts to advancement.
One of the great ends of society is the accomplishment,
by united action, of that which is beyond
the reach of individual means; and were
each influenced only in the advancement of selfish I
ends, oar age of progress woald be stayed, and
the knell of civilisation tolled. The traly wise
policy is to find the good to self in the universal
good; so let as not subdivide oar strength, bat
let the stronger section, in manly generosity,
give the helping hand to the weaker, and the district
as a unit advance on its destined coarse of
. prosperity and PROGRESS.
r Form the Charleston Evening News.
Tk? Democratic Convention?Change from
Charleston.
The New York Day Book makes an outory
against the proposed charge at oar hotels and
boarding hoases of $5 per day, to the delegates
and visitors to the Charleston Convention, and
calls it 'extortionThis is hard language and
although the Day Book is seldom unjust, it is so
in this case. The boarding capacity of Charleston,
however ample for its wants in general, is
limited in comparison with the vast numbers ex- j
pected to seek accommodations during the greater <
part of April. To furnish these in the most extended
form, and to arrange for as many visitors <
as possible, great expense has been and will be J
incurred by the landlords in changing the
whole fnrnitnre and arrangements of their es- ]
tablishments, so as to provide for the enter- 1
tainment of a mnch larger number of guests. ]
For instance the Charleston Hotel will he nttea to <
afford comfortable 4bed and board' for 1000 <
guests, whereas under its present organization, j
300 would absorb its accommodations. Large j
rents, too, hare been paid by them for outside
bosses for guests. In addition, heavy outlays ,
have been and will be made on contracts and
purchases of supplies to feed the thousands ex- <
pected. Already do they suffer enhanced expen- |
ses from increased prices in all market articles,
arising from a holding-back by the market men of
meat, &c. for the Convention peri. 1. In this respect
our people at large even now feel the Con- i
vention to be a burden. The charge of $5 per .
day, instead of being an extortion, is bnt a ne!
cessity?a fair return compensation for the efforts
made and the expenses involved. The Day Book
should remember that at the Convention held
four years ago at Cincinnati (a city of much larger
capacity than Charleston,) the least charge per
day was $5, the ordinary 7 to 8 dollars, and in <
many instances $10. But that paper, in an avoidance
of this precedent, and to the disparagement t
of Cincinnati, makes its claim upon 'the renowned
hospitality of the citizens' of Charleston.?
What has her private hospitality to do with snch
a case, an irruption upon her of an immense
horde of men, intent on their own selfish ends
and indifferent alike to her people, their sentiments
and interests 1 And thousands of them, J
too, of such character and manner that if they *
were to come here, individually, again and again, .
it would never be thought, by a respectable man '
of our city, to admit any of them within his
doors. During the presence of that promiscu- j
ous crowd the private doors of Charleston will .
nai-af hau Kaon ?n tinhllll xhut and CdTtfullv
"""" ""'v v,v- "" -V a * Mguarded
as then. She will oonfer more watching
than hospitality upon the 'camp followers,' who .
hare come to swarm at the assembling of a National
Convention.
The New York Herald urges that the place of
meeting shall be changed from Charleston, and
sneeringly says that the little city with its forty
thousand inhabitants (half of them slaves) cannot
accommodate the masses?estimated by it from
twenty to fifty thousand?who wish to attend the
Convention. The true friend of the delegates ,
and the country should rejoice at any circumstance
which should relieve the Convention of
the outside pressure which would come from
the corruption, aspirations, interference and insolence
of such a mass. The appropriate parties
who should be at the Convention, do not exceed
a thousand. Charleston can and will provide
for the accommodation of ten thousand decent
visitors?surely enough for any Democratic
purpose And if the Herald will guarantee
that New lork ana otser normera ciues ?iu
keep away from Charleston their shoulder-bitters,
plug uglies, prise fighters, blackguard
office seekers, pick-pockets, burglars and rowdies
generally, the News will guarantee that
Charleston (now having sixty thoushnd inhabitants,
two-thirds whites,) will have accommodations
ready for every respectable and well behaved
visitor who may wish to be here during
the Convention. Charleston has but little affinity
with the Convention and less with the thousands
who will come in its train, and her people,
however a few might complain at the removal,
would be rejoiced if it were assembled at another
place.
The telegram from Washington announces that
the Democratic Central Committee there, propose
to call the Convention to Borne other place than
Charleston. They have no right to do eo. The
last Convention selected Charleston as the place
for the Assembly, and this Committee, appointed
by it, were not charged with any authority in
the matter. They can only arrange other details.
Wonld it not be amusing, if the Committee did
make the call, say, to New York, and the Northern
delegations met there, and the Southern delegations,
adhering strictly, as is their wont, to authority
and usage, met at Charleston. Would it
not be a propitious political event! The South,
consisting of nearly all the Democratic States,
and constituting the true Democracy, would lay
down a constitutional platform, nominate a proper
statesman for the Presidency, and the unscrupulous
unsoundness of the Northern Democracy
nflf into the New York body (re
yc IU^ OlVU^UVM V? ^ _ ^
presenting nothing but themselves,) would once
more unfurl the constitutional banner, and under
it beat back the hosts of Abolition, or giye
delirerence to the Southern States.
Special |Mtcs.
Religious Notice.?The Second Quarterly
meeting for Rock Hill circuit, will be held at
Mt. Vernon Church, April 7th and 8th. The
official members of the circuit are earnestly requested
to be present, prepared to attend to the
interest of the Church. THE PASTOR.
Rock Hill, S. C.
To the Public.?The undersigned, being
well known as a writer, would offer his services
to all requiring literary aid.
He will furnish Addresses, Orations, Essays,
Presentation Speeches, Replies and lines for Albums,
Acrostics, prepare matter for the press,
write Obituaries and Poetry upon any subject.
Address, post paid, FINLEY JOHNSON,
New York City.
Sajtds' Salt Rheum Remedy.?Sufferers from
cutaneous and eruptive diseases should at onoe
resort to this valuable medicine, which will
speedily remove the worst symptoms of these
distressing complaints. No remedy has ever
done so much for diseases of the skin, whatever
form they may assume, as this. No case of salt
rheum, ring-worm, tetter, scald head, barber's
itch, blotches, &c., can long withstand its influence.
Prepared and sold by A. B & D. SANDS,
Druggists, 100 Fulton Street, New York.
Sold also by ALLISON & BRATTON, Yorkville,
S. C. Sold also by Druggists generally.
Chills and Fever! Chills and Fever!!?
One of the greatest remedies that haB ever been
laid before the public, for Fever and Ague, and
which have received the highest encomiums from
the pr?89 and the people, is DR. J. HOSTETTER'S
CELEBRATED BITTERS. Who would
endure the tortures arising from this terrible
disease, when it can be so easily cured? Who
would endure sleepless nights, burning fevers
and icy chills alternately, when a remedy can be
obtained for a mere trifle? And yet how many
families linger out a painful existence under this
deadly blight, and do nothing but gulp down
quinine, until it becomes as common as their
daily meals, and yet they are not relieved.?
None oat tne toonsn ana wean wouia nesitate to
procure these valuable Bitters, and save themselves
intense agony.
. For sale by ALLISON & BRATTON, and W.
B. GRIFFIN, Yorkville, S. C.
March 1 9 lm
The Great English Bemedy.
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE FILLS.
This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the
cure of all those painful and dangerous diseases
incident to the female constitution.
It moderates all excesses and removes all obstructions,
from whatever cause, and a speedy
cure may be relied on.
TO MARRIED LADIES
it is peculiarly suited. It will, in a short time,
bring on the monthly period with regularity.
CAUTION.
These Pills should not be taken by females that are
vregnant, during the FIRST THREE MONTHS,
as they are sure to bring on Miscarriage; but at
every other time, and in every other case, they are
verfectly safe.
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections,
Pain in the Back and Limbs, Heaviness, Fatigue
on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Low
ness of spirits, Hysterics, Sick Headache, Whites
and all the painful diseases occasioned by a disordered
system, these Pills will effect a cure when
all other means have failed.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each
package, which should be carefully preserved.
A bottle containing 50 pills, and encircled with
the Government Stamp of Great Britain, can be
sent post free for $1 and 6 postage stamps.
JOB MOSES, Rochester, N. Y.,
General Agent for United States.
For Sale by ALLISON & BRATTON and H.
W. MERRILL, Yorkville, 8. C.; Havilahd, Stephenson
& Co., Charleston, Wholesale Agents
and by respectable Druggists.
May 5 18 leowly
YORKVILLE PRICES CURRENT.
corrected weekly by darwin a jefferys.
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 21, 1860.
Apples,.... i Molasses,. &
Dried, ? 75 I N. Orleans .. ? 65
Green, ? 1 00 Porto Rico .. ? 50
Bagging,... .. ? 15 j Cuba,..... . ? 40
Bole Rope? 10 ? 114.'Nails, cut,. 5 ? 54
Coffee, Rio, 13 ? 16| ,Rice, ? 4 00
Candles,... j Sugar,. ...
Sperm,.... 50 ? 62 j Brown,... 10 ? 124
Adamant,. 25 @ 30 Refined,.... 114 ? 15
Cheese, 16 ? 18 ; Salt, 1 50 ? 1 65
Mackerel,...13 00 ? 18 00 ,Yarn, 1 00 ? 1 10
Produce Market?Prices from Wagons.
? 1a /a iqiipv nnu
ouiwr, XV W JL?3 liV/Viv, .
Beef, ? 6 qpsack,.. 3 00 ? 3 15
Beeswax,... 20 ? 22 Lard, ? 12}
Bacon, ? 11 Meal, ? 1 00
Cotton,.... 6 ? 10} Pork 6} ? 7
>rn ? 1 00 Peas, . ? 80
3hlckens,.. 10 ? 12}jTallow,.... 10 ? 12
Eggs, ? 10 'Wheat, ? 1 10
Feathers,.. 35 ? 37}|Wool, 25 ? 28
Cotton.?We continue to report a doll market.
There is not enough selling to establish correct
quotations. In the absenoe of sales, we quote
nominal); extremes 6 to 10$.
Corn.?This article is dull at $1 per buBhel.
Flour?In good demand at $3 to $3 15 per
sack.
ISgntmal.
Married?In Yorkville on the 11th instant, bv
James Jefferys, Magistrate, Mr. WILLIAM B.
WILLIAMS and Miss MARY E. HOLDBROOKS.
?Mfaarj.
Dikd?In Yorkville, on the 17th instant, Mrs.
AMELIA H., wife of W. P. McFadden, aged 68
rwwa. *
In this District, on the 7th instant, MARY
FANE, infant danghter of John and Frances
Parrot, aged about 8 months.
Lvmprik law school.?ATHENS,
GA. Professors: Hon. JOSEPH
H. LUMPKIN, WM. H. HULL, Esq., THOMAS
R. R. COBB, Esq.
The next Term of this School will commence
on MONDAY, APRIL 2d, 1860.
Circalars, giving fall information, can be had
on application to either of the Professors.
March 22 12 4t
York spring term, i?6o.Ordered,
that an EXTRA TERM of the
Court of Common Pleas, for York District, be
held at York Court House, on the THIRD MONDAY
(the 16th day of JULY next) and that the
necessary Jurors for said Term be drawn by the
Sheriff and Clerk, at the present Term ; and that
this order be published in the Yorkville Enquirer,
until the 1st of July next.
THOMAS W. GLOVER.
Maroh 17 12 15t
Cottow saw giws Of the the best
qualtity, with 10 inch Saws, moveable chilled
Ribs, tin Brush, and all necessary improvemania
r)a1i?ot>aH at. anv Railroad T.andinp in the
State, at TWO DOLLARS per saw. Planters
intending to purchase GINS of the subscriber,
will do well to send their orders early, as there
is generally a crowd of work late in the season.
J. M. ELLIOTT, Winnsboro', S. C.
Premiums awarded at the State Fair, No
vember 1858 and 1859.
March 22 12 3ra
NEGROES TO BE SOLD,
Belonging to the Estate of D. Birchet,
deceased, late of Cleveland Co.,
North Carolina.
THEfundersigned having been appointed Commissioners
by the Court, will sell at the
Court House in SHELBY, Cleveland county, N.
C., on TUESDAY, 10th day of APRIL next,
22 LIKELY NEGROES :
FOUR MEN and SEVEN BOYS?FIVE WOMEN
and SIX GIRLS. Only one man amongst
them over thirty-five years of age; and only one
woman over twenty-eight years old. Of the
boys and girls, nine are of ages from five to
thirteen years.
The above Negroes will be sold on a credit of
six months. Bonds with approved securities,
and interest from day of sale, will be required..
THOS. WILLIAMS.
D. FRONWBARGER,
Shelby, N. C., March 16, 1860. 12 3t
CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
WHEREAS persons interested, in diverting
our North Carolina customers from bringing
their trade to this market as usual, have circulated
vague and injurious misconstructions of
the law passed by our State Legislature against
ITINERANT SALESMEN, LIQUOR PEDDLERS,
AGENTS and DRUMMERS ; and have
- - Js fanwa of naMnno irloViinrr
pucceeueu IU CXVIVIU^ ms imis u. j;v??v..o niomu6
to carry on legitimate traffic: in order that all
such apprehensions may be removed, and cordially
inviting the visits of our North Carolina friends,
we the undersigned, hereby agree to indemnify
any citizen of North Carolina from the effects
of said law, in selling in this market the following
and similar articles, to wit: COTTON,
WHEAT, CORN, RYE, OATS, FLOUR, MEAL,
FRUIT, POTATOES. IRON, BACON, &o.
M. JENKINS, (Intendant.)
A. I. BARRON, (Warden.)
W. C. CREPS, ( Warden.)
ADAMS, McCORKLE & CO.
W. D. & J. C. MILLER,
J. U. ZURCHER,
L. BLOOMBERG & BRO.
LOUIS SMITH,
M. JONES,
F. H. SIMRIL,
G. R. RATCIIFORD & CO.
ALLISON & BRATTON,
I. D. WITHERSPOON,
JAMES E. SMITH,
RICHARD IIARE,
E. M. KIRKPATRICK,
S. SADLER,
W. A. MOORE & CO.
ADICKES, BYERS & CO.
MOORE, RAINEY & CO.
JNO. L. MILLER,
S. J. KUYKENDAL,
LOGAN & MEACHAM,
DARWIN & JEFFERYS,
CARROLL, CLARK & CO.
DANIEL O'LEARY,
J. B. WITHERS,
W. E. ROSE,
R. G. McCAW, 5 And also Include
# Tobacco.
Yorkrille, S. C., March 22, 18t>0. 12 2t
South Carolina?York District
WHEREAS W. I. CLAWSON, has applied
to me for Letters of Administration, on all
and singular the goods and chattels, rights and
credits of PRUDENCE RIED, 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 oui next
Ordinary's Court for the said District, to beholden
at York Court House on the 30th day of MARCH,
instant, to shew cause, if any, why the said
Administration should not be granted.
Girec under my hand and Seal, this 15th day of
March, in the year of our Lord one thousand
1. ??wl T. on/I in +>1A Altrlltv
VlgUb UUUU1 VU UUU QIAIJ) c?u\? .? V- ?
fourth year of American Independence.
J. M. ROSS, 0. Y. D.
March 22 12 2t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
YORK DISTRICT.
I Miles Johnson for others, vs. J. C. Payne.?Attachment.
WHEREAS, the Plaintiffs have this day, filed their declaration
against the Defendant, who, (as it is said, is ab'sent
from and without the limits of this State, and has
neither wife nor attorney known within the same, upon
whom a copy of the said declaration might be served. It
is, therefore, ordered that the said Defendant do appear
and plead to the said declaration, on or before thb 9th
day of March, which will be in the year of onr Lord one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, otherwise final and
absolute judgment will then be given and awarded against
him. S. E. MOORE, c. c. c- pls.
March 8th, 1860. 12 lyq
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
YORK DISTRICT.
8am'l W. Melton, vs. J. C. Payne.?attachment.
WHEREAS, the Plaintiff has, this day, filed his declaration
against the Defendant, who, as it is said, is absent
from and without the limits of this State, and has neither
wife nor attorney known within the same, upon whom a
copy of tha said declaration might be served. It Is, therefore,
ordered that the said Defendant do appear and plead
to the said declaration, on or before the 9th day of March,
which will be in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-one, otherwise final and absolute judgment
will then bo given and awarded- against him.
s. e. mooke, c. c. c. pls.
March 8th, 1860. 12 lyq
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
YORK DISTRICT.
Melton &, Melton, vs. Jefferson C. Payne.?attachment.
WHEREAS, the Plaintiffs have, this day, filed their
declaration against the Defendant, who, as it is said, is
absent from and without the limits of this State, and hAs
neither wife nor attorney known within the same, upon
whom a copy of the said declaration might bo served. It
is, therefore, ordered that the said Defendant do appear
and plead to the sold declaration, on or before tho 9th
day of March, which will be in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, otherwise final and
absolute judgment will then be given and awarded against
him. S. E. MOORE, c. c. c. pls.
March8th, 1860. 12 ... lyq
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
YORK DISTRICT.
G. R. Ratchford & Co., vs. J. C. Payne.?attachment.
WHEREAS, the Plaintiffs have, this day, filed their
declaration against the Defendant, who, as it is said, is
absent from and without the limit, of this State, and has
neither wife nor attorney known within the same, upon
whom a copy of the said declaration might be served. It
is, therefore, ordered that the said Defendant do appear
and plead to the said declaration, on or before the 9th day
of March, which will bo in the year of onr Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-one, otherwise final and absolute
judgment will then be given and jiwarded against
him. 8. E. MOOKE, C. c. c. ma.
March 8th, I860. 12 lyq_
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
YOR'i DISTRICT.
Lewis M. Gnat, vs. Jefferson C. Payne.?attachment.
WHEREA8, the Plaintiff has. this day, filed hlsdeclaration
against the Defendant, who, as it is said, is absent
from and without the limits of this State, and has neither
wife nor attorney known within the same, npon whom a
copy of the said'declaration might be served. It is. therefore,
ordered that the said Defendant do appear and plead
to the said declaration, on or before the 9th day of March,
which will be in the year of onr Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-one, otherwise final and absolute Judgm?nt
will then he riven and awarded ajrainst him.
8. E. MOORE, C. C. C. PLS.
March 8th, I860. 12 lyq
SOUTHERN FRUIT TREES.?The
undersigned informs the citizens of York
District, that he has appointed Mr. B. P BOYD
of Yorkville, agent for the sale of his FRUIT
TREES, grown near Greensboro', N. C. Trees
are all of Southern growth, and warranted in
every respect to be as represented. Orders left
with MV. Boyd for Trees will be filled, and the
trees delivered in Yorkville, at October Court.
T. H. FENTRESS.
March 22 * 12 tf
A FUEL SUPPLT OF Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral, Ayer's Cathartic Pills, Ayer's and
Bull's Sarsaparilla, Sanford's Liver Invigorator,
DeGrath's Electric Oil, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
Colleton Bitters, Hooflandrs Bitters, Mof
fatt's Phoenix Bitters and Life Pills, Wood's
Hair Restorative, Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient,
and all other popular Patent Medicines. Just
received at the YORK DRUG STORE.
March 22 12 tf
"received this day, at
Wholesale and Retail Prices,
AYER'S COMPOUND Cathartic PILLS, Ayer's
Compound Extract of SARSAPAR1LLA,
Ayer's Cherry PECTORAL, and Ayer's AGUE
CURE.
We will supply Country Merchants with these
very popular remedies, at wholesale prices.
Dr. Ayer's Retail Prices: Pills, 25 cents for a
single box, or five boxes for One Dollar. Sarsa
parilla, Cherry Pectoral and Ague Cure, at ?1
per bottle, or six bottles for Five Dollars.
ALLISON & BRATTON, Druggists.
Feb 28 8 tf
In Equity?York.
Eli Bales vt. J. S. Harris.?Petition fo Funds
of Absent Debtor.
IN conformity to the order of Chancellor Wardlaw,
made in above case, at June Term, 1859.
the creditors of J. S. Harris, the absent debtor,
are hereby notified that they will be required to
present and establish their demands before me,
on or bef re the 10th day of May next.
($5) WALTER B. METTS, c. e. y. d.
Feb 9 6 3m
Another New Grocery.
NEXT DOOR to Messrs. MEACHAM AND
WHEELER?opposite the King's Mountain
Railroad Depot?at the old stand of Pagan,
Fayssoux & Co.?where can be found all articles
usualy kept in a Grocery establishment, which
have been selected witn care.
The highest prices will be paid for all Country
Produce, either in cash or Groceries,
ggy Cotton purchased at the market price bv
D. O'LEARV. *
Nov 3 44 tf
Rail-road bivii) end.?the k
Mountain Rail Road Company has this day
declared a dividend of THREE PER CENT, upon
the capital stock of the Compauy. The 9ame
will be paid on demand, at the office in Yorkville,
S. B. MEACHAM,
Sec'y and Treasurer.
Jan 2 1 tf
W JL JIjJlJ .
K AAA LBS- TALLOW and BEESWAX.
OUUU 500 Cords TAN-BARK.
5000 LBS. Green and Dry HIDES.
For all of which, the highest market prices will
be paid iu CASH. J. IiERNDON.
Jan 12 2 tf
KEROSENE OIL.
THE Subscriber offers for sale, at his store in
Chester, KEROSENE OIL of the best quality,
at Jjtl 25 per gallon. Send on your orders.
R. M. POAG,
Near the Depot, Chester. S. C.
Feb 9 G _ tf
For dveisg cotton & wool
EN CLOTHS.?Cardenas, Madras and Manilla
INDIGO ; Spanish Anetto, Extract Logwood.
Dutch Madder, Spanish Brown, Venetian
Red, Brazil Wood, and Copperas, at the lowest
prices, by __ ALLISON & BRATTON.
FOR COOKING.?Pure Cream Tartar,
Bi: Carb. Soda, Yeast Powders, Pearl Sago,
Tapioca, Gelatine, Isinglass, Spices, &c., &c.
Sold by Dr. W. B. GRIFFIN,
York Drug Store.
March 22 12 tf
Old rio hondo and other brands of
SEGARS. Just received by Dr. W. B. Griffin,
at the YORK DRUG STORE.
March 22 12 tf
Soaps ! soaps! i?Old Castile, Turpentine,
Sassafras, Honey, Brown Windsor, Upper
Ten, Frangipanni, nnd many other kinds, at
THE YORK DRUG STORE.
March 22 12 tf
Brushes : brushes ! {?shaving,
Hair, Tooth, Nail, Cloth, Hat, and Paint
Brushes of all kinds, to be found at the
YORK DRUG STORE.
March 22 12 tf
recian painting.?Tube Paint^
f Brushes, Tarnishes, and all other materials
for Grecian Painting. Sold at the
YORK DRUG STORE.
March 22 12 if Yorkville
lyceum.?The regular
meeting of the YORKV1LLE LYCEUM
will be held on MONDAY evening next, at seven
o'clock. By order of the President.
I. D. WITHERSPOON, Secretary.
March 22 41 ly
South Carolina?York District.
To Cassandra Barne:t, Benjamin R. Barnett, T.
C. Bradj and wife, Jane A.; M. A. Barnett,
and Malissa C. Barnett.
YOU are hereby required to appear at the
Court of Ordinary, to be holden at York C.
House, for York District, on the 10th day of
April next, to shew cause, if any you can, why
the proceeds of the sale of the real estate of L.
P. Barnett, deceased, sold by me for partition
and division, should not be paid over to George
W. Barnett, Administrator of the said L. P.
Barnett, to be applied by him to the payment of
the debts of the said L. P. Barnett. Given un
dor my hand and seal, this 10th January, 1860.
J. M. ROSS, 0. t. d.
Jan 12 2 12t
FIREWOOD !?The subscriber often for
sale, WOODLAND, within and adjoining the
oorporate limits of Yorkville, S. C., from ONE
ACRE to ONE HUNDRED and FIFTY ACRES,
with or without forty-five acres of FARM AND
MEADOW LANDS. Said lands 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 onejmile from Yorkville. A1
so, 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.
Oct 13 41_ tf
ORDINANCE,?Be it Ordained, by the
Intendant and Wardens of the town of Yorkville,
in Council assembled, and by the authority
of the same, that from and after the publication
of this Ordinance, if any person or persons,
shall fire a gun, pistol, or other fire-arms, within
two hundred yards of the public streets of
Yorkville, he or they, shall pay, upon conviction,
a fine of Two Dollars, for each offence.
Done and ratified in Council, under the oorporate
seal of the town, on the 21st day of
March, in the year of our Lord, one thousand
eight hundred and sixty.
M. JENKINS, Intendant.
W. A. Moore, Clerk.
Feb 28 8 tf
Pianos! Pianos!!
Subscriber wishes to inform
FgHg iWfhis friends and the public generally,
U u 9 J 1/that he has made arrangements to
procure PIANOS of superior quality, which he
will sell at manufacturer's nrices for cash, and
warrant in every particular. Those desiring to
purchase, wonld do well to favor him with their
orders. For particulars, address
J. D. Ml'LLER, Prof, of Music,
Yorkville, S. C.
N. B.?Pianos TUNED and REPAIRED in the
best manner and on the most reasonable terms.
Jan 5 1 ly
DENTAL NOTICE.
jgSgfa. Do J. W. KILPATRICK, of Rath(mflHHkerfordto:],
a Graduate of the Balti^^"^-*-^raore
College of Dental Surgery, announces
to the ladies and gentlemen of Yorkville
and vicinity, that he will take rooms at ROSE'S
HOTEL during COURT WEEK, and will be
pleased to serve all who may call on him, or to
nrrlflru from all who desire to be visited
At their residences. Having the advantage of a
thorough education in bis profession, and several
years practice, he flatters himself that his skill
uteris ouly to be tested.
March 1 9 tf
In Equity?York.
John H. Meek, et aI., ] Bill
vs. \for Par
W. R. Kirkpatrick, and wife. et. al. ) tition.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that William
R. Kirkpatrick and Elizabeth P. Kirkpatrick,
his wife; Samuel W. Boyd, and Jinsey, his wife,
reside beyond the limits of this State. It is,
therefore, on motion of Mr. Chambers, Complainants
Solicitor, ordered, that the said absent
defendants do plead, answer or demar to the Bill,
filed in this cose, within three months from the
publication of this notice, or the said bill will be
taken pro confesso as to them.
($5) WALTER B. METTS, c. E. T. D.
Feb 10 ' 7 3m
M~ ATRASS MAKIWG.-The undersi^
ed respectfully informs the citizens of York
District and the surrounding country, that he is
prepared, at bis stand at the REAR OF THE
MASONIC HALL, tc> manufacture MATRASSES
of every description in the most substantial manner
and of the best material His prices are as
moderate as the times will admit. He returns
thanks for the liberal patronage he has heretofore
received, and solicits a continuance.
Shucks and Cotton, at the market
prices, will be taken in exchange for Matrasses.
P PTTWIT
Nov 10 45 ly
Medical instruction?the
SECOND SERIES of Preparatory MEDICAL
LECTURES, by J. McF, GASTON, M. D.,
and A. N. TALLEY, M. D., with a course on
Medical Chemistry, by A. B. BRUMBY, M. D.,
commences on the FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL;
and pupils will be received either for the Course,
or term of study.
Fee for the Course of Lectures, $ 26 00
Office pupils by the year, including above,. 100 00
For further information, address
J. McF. GASTON, M. D.
Columbia, S. C.
March 8 10 4t
CARRIAGE AMD HARNESS SHOP.
- to llfc ? . Th<? Snhsoriher is still at his old
s?stand, and is always ready to
\y~ either trade, swap or sell, or buy
LUMBER.
*20,000 feet best ASH PLANK WANTED.
*20,000 " " POPLAR ?
5,000 " " WHITE OAK
5,000 " " WHITE HICKORY "
For which the highest market price will be paid
either in Carriages, Buggies, Harness or Cash.
All kinds of Country Produce, taken in part or
whole for work. Be sure to call before you purchase.
W. P. 'McFADDEN.
March 8 10 tf
In Equity?York.
Mary Pursely, 1 Petition for specific pervs.
> formance or sale of
Thos. K. Pursely, e!. al. j Land, Act., $c.
"W XT nf ?Ko rlnnrotn 1 nrrlor nf fitn
Ill p UI 3UUUUO VI IUV uvvi wii i viuv? vi ?uv
Court of Equity, made at Chambers, in this
case, the creditors of the Defendant, Thos. K.
Pursely, are required to establish their demands
before me on or before the 15th day of April
next, or be debarred of taking any share of proceeds
of sale of Defendants interest in the land
sold iD this case.
($5) WALTER B. METTS, c. k. y. d.
Jan '> 1 3m
rtt r rew ard.--RANAWAY from the
Jjj I subscriber in October last, my negro
boy CAESAR. Said boy is about 5 feet 11 inches
high, black complexion, and weighs about 170
pounds. Said negro formerly belonged to James
McClure, deceased, md is supposed to be lurking
in the old neighborhood. The above reward
will be paid for his delivory to me at Sand Tuck,
P. 0., Union District, or for his confinement in
York Jail. Any information will be attended to
by my agent, Mr. G. W. Melton.
W. S. McJUNKIN.
Feb 23 8 tf
Brick-laying & plaisterING.?The
undersigned respectfully inform
the citizes of York district, ana ine puouc genrally,
that they have formed a co-partnership,
and will conduct the business of BRICK and
STONE LAYING, FLAISTERING, Whitewashing,
&c. They will be pleased to secure a portion
of the public pitronage, and promise that
all contracts undertaken by them, will be executed
in a faithful manner.
They will also undertake contracts for making
brick. C. M. PEARSON.
E. M. MURPHY.
March 8 10 tf
a?i:E:xr<s
THE undersigned informs his customers
and friends, that he will keep
__jE_2Lconstantly on hand, at his residence,
near the Male Academy, a supply of GOOD
BEEF, from this time forward. At present, he
will butcher on every MONDAY; and in addition,
will be able to supply all demands during the
week. Whenever the Beef season commences,
he will supply it regularly at the old stand, near
Moore, Rainey & Co.'s Store.
JOHN MASSEY.
Feb 9 G tf
MllilTAKV tilL.t.ty * jimi*.?ay oruer
of the Colonel Commanding, 34th Regiment
S. C. M., a bo:: will be opened at the Court
House, on the 30th of March next, for the election
of Major of the South Battallion of said
Regiment. M. JENKINS,
Captain of Jasper Light Infantry.
_ Feb23 8 td
DR. GEORGE SMITH, SURGEON
and MECHANICAL DENTIST, 143 Main
Street, Columbia, may be found at Mr. ROSE'S
Hotel, from the 16th until 21st of April, fully
prepared to perform every dental operation.
March 15 11 Ct
Dissolution. . v
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned, under the name of
MEACHAM & WHEELER, was dissolved on
the 7th of Maroh instant, by mutual consent.
The Books and Accounts of the firm will be
found at the old stand. Persons indebted to
said firm, will make payment to S. B. MEACHAM,
who is authorized to use the name of the
firm in liquidation of the business thereof.
8. B. MEACHAM,
B. T. WHEELER.
March 15 11 tf
0
NEW FIRM.?The undersigned have this
day entered into a copartnership under the
name of LOGAN & MEACHAM, and will keep
constantly on hand, a general assortment of
GROCERIES, which they propose to Bell at the
LOWEST PRICES. They will sell Groceries to
prompt customers, on the time usually given by
the Grocers of the place. All persons wanting
Groceries, and also, all having COTTON or other
produce to sell, are cordially invited to give
us a call before purchase or sale.
' D. J. LOGAN,
S. B. MEACHAM.
?The undersigned having this |
a?y soia dib interest in tbe ooncern or
MEACHAM & WHEELER, to Mr. D. J. LOGAN.
would take this method of returning his
thanks to those who have favored him while in
business, and to bespeak for the new firm a continuance
of the patronage so kindly given him.
B. T. WHEELER.
March 16 11 tf
YORBTILLE, S. C.
THE undersigned announces to
the former friends and patrons of
J|r?agBCr3r_thi8 long-established Hotel, that
he has become the Proprietor, and
will conduct it for the future, in a style which
will be satisfactory to the most fastidious of his
guests.
His Agent, Mr. M. Jones, will be constantly
in attendance and will oonduct tbe business-affairs
of the establishment; while the other departments
will continue under the experienced
and skillful management of the former landlady.
The rooms will be re-furnished, and kept in
perfect order; strict attention will be given to
TBE TABLE;
polite and well-trained SERVANTS will attend
to every want; an experienced Hostler will keep
the Stable, which will always be supplied with
abundant provender; and in fine, no pains or expense
will be spared to make the Hotjl as comfortable
and inviting as any to be found in the
up-country, and at as reasonable rates as the
condition of the market will permit. The public
are requested to give us a trial.
JASPER STOWE.
Ton 10 a tf
ROSE'S HOTEL.
yorkyille, s. c
lyjijLi-jv-. THIS large brick building is still
?Pen f?r 'be reception and acfl
M^nBoSL- commodation of the travelling
public, under the superinten
dence of the owner himself. With assurance to
all who patronize him, that they will find at his
house, rooms equal to any in the State, and the
table supplied with tbo best this market will afford,
the Proprietor returns thanks for the
liberal patronage extended to him in the past,
and hopes by strict attention in future, to make
this house as heretofore?comfortable to the
Traveller and profitable to himself.
my omnibus .
will be found at the RAIL ROAD DEPOT to
convey passengers and their baggage to this
| House, FREE OF CHARGE.
Good STABLES attached to this Hotel. Carriages,
Horses, and attentive servants, always in
readiness to convey traveller to any part of the
country. No Agents or renowned Whipt, at this
establishment.
W. E. ROSE.
Jan 26 4 tf
Dissolution.?the late firm of j.
MOORE & SONS, having been dissolved
by the death of the senior partner, all persons
havincr demands acainst the said firm will please
O O - a I
present them; and all persons indebted, make
payment to the undersigned.
8. R. MOORE.
W. A. MOORE,
January 2, 1860.
NEW FIRM. ?The survivors of the late
firm of J. 8. MOORE & SONS, sincerely
tender thanks to their friends, for the extensive
patronage heretofore received; and give notioe
that they have associated with them, Capt. E. B.
CLINTON and Mr. E. F. MEEK, with whom
they will in future carry on the business, under
the name and style of W. A. MOORE & CO.
The continued patronage of the friends of the
old firm is respectfully solicited for the new.
T. A. MOORE,
S. R. MOORE.
W. A. MOORE.
Jan 5 1 tf |
WATCHES, JEWELRY, &CT
I HAVE in store, to which I invite attention, a
large lot of WATCHES, CHAINS, SEALS
and KEYS.
Jewelry of all Kinds.
Silver and Plated Ware ; fine Guitars and Concertinas
; with a great many articles not necessary
to mention, all of which will be sold
LOW FOR OAHTT.
All REPAIRING done on WATCHES and
JEWELRY, by an experienced workman.
REPAIRING WARRANTED.
KEROSENE OIL without any odour, at $1 60
per gallon.
KEROSENE
LAMPS! LAMPS!! LAMPS?!!
OLD SILVER WANTED at SI por ounce.
E. M. KIRKPATRICK.
Nov 24 47 tf
IREKA SILVER POLISH.?It
has long been considered a desideratum to
obtain a mixture that will remove the tarnish
produced by the atmosphere or gaseous exhalations,
without affecting the metal itself. Preparations
of this kind are generally acids, which
not only remove the stains, but attack also the
metals, thereby destroying the fine polish, and
are, therefore, highly objectionable
Such a preparation can be obtained, without
any of the objections above named, in the EUREKA
SILVER POLISH, for removing the
tarnish and stains from Silver, Brass, Copper, or
other metals, and which is warranted to contain
no acid or other substance, in the slightest degree
injurious to the finest 8ilverware. For Sale
A T.T.TSftM fr RRATTrtN
UJ M ?? w.., OC).w.w.
March 19 tf
CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
CORPS OP INSTRUCTORS.
A. BREVARD BRUMBY, A. M? Latin.
JAS. WOOD DAVIDSON, A. M., Greek.
T. BEZANCON, Mathematics and French.
J. McCARTHA, English.
The next session will begin on the
.ffrijffiU. FIRST MONDAY in MARCH. Pu^
^jjySpils received at any time.
Terms per Session.?Classics, S30;
mvJF' English, S20 to $26; French, $16 extra.
A class of at)Dlicant8 for the Citadel has iust
been formed. There will also be a class in Book
keeping for those preparing for business.
The War in Texas!!
THE Subscriber wishing to remove to Texas,
offers for sale his valuable TRACT OF
LAND, lying 12 miles South of Charlotte and
three miles from Morrow's Turn Out, in York
District. The Tract contains 340 ACRES, half
in forest. On the premises is a splendid MEADOW,
commodious outbuildings in abundance,
and an elegant DWELLING HOUSE. Tbe tract
is WELL-WATERED; and the land, for all our
staples, as productive as any in the District.
For further particulars, address
F. C. HARRIS,
Pineville, N. C.
jSj March 15 11 5t*
INFORMATION WANTED.?BENJAMIN
McCRAVEN and JOSEPH McCRAVEN.
who removed from York District, S. C., to
the West, prior to 1810; and Archibald McCraven,
who enlisted in Mecklenburg county, N. C.,
in 1814, or their legal representatives, will learn
something to their advantage by addressing
R. M. WALLACE,
Yorkville, S. ,C.
Feb2 5 tf
TOOTKI-ACHE.?Why suffer one minute's
pain from tooth-ache, when so effectual
a remedy is at hand as NERVE ANODYNE ?
But a single trial is sufficient to convince the
most skeptical of the fact. For Sale, Wholesale
and Retail, by ALLISON & BRATTON, Yorkville.
And JNO. L. WATSON, Clay Hill; and
MASSEY & MILLS, Ebenezer.
J March 1 9 tf
CARROLL, CLARK & CO,
RETURN their sincere thanks to their friends
and customers, for the liberal patronage
bestowed npon them in times past, and hope by
strict attention to business, to retain the same.
Oar friends and customers will find as at the
same OLD STAND, near the Kings Mountain
Railroad Depot, where they will find a large and
well-selected stock of
CHOICE GROCERIES,
Which they will sell on terms to please.
Persons desirous of purchasing their SUMMER
SUPPLIES, will do well to give us a call,
as we will spare no pains in pleasing all. who
may examine our goods.
Our stock consists of the following, besides
many articles not here mentioned :
MOLASSES..
"]^fEW ORLEANS, Porto Rico, and West India
JL^ Molasses. J ust arrived and for sale by
CARROLL, CLARK & CO.
SUGARS.
NEW ORLEANS, Muscovado and Refined
Sugars. Just armed and for sale by
CARROLL, CLARK & CO.
COFFEE.
JAVA, Rio, and Laguyra Coffee. Jnst arrived
and for Bale by
CARROLL, CLARK & CO. '
CHEESE. RICE AND CANDLES,
IN Store and for sale by
CARROLL, CLARK & CO.
COUNTRY BACON.
NORTH CAROLINA Sides and Hams. In
store and for sale by
CARROLL, CLARK & CO.
IRISH POTATOES.
TT-nTAMT PVT? Pr?TATfkT?C T? o.n-o nnA fn*
U X AJ A \J A til \J AJ+J iU OkVI %i UUU 1VI
JL Rale by CARROLL, CLARK & CO.
CORN, FLOUR AND MEAL.
IN Store and for sale by
CARROLL, CLARK & CO.
MACKEREL.
A A AND ? Barrels, Numbers 2 and S.
X"tc Kitts, Numbers 1,2and 8. In store and
for sale at CARROLL, CLARK & CO'S, near the
Kings Mountain Rail Road Depot.
VINEGAR.
WHITE-WINE and Cider Vinegar. - For
8ole at CARROLL, CLARK & CO'S store,
near the King's Mountain Rail Road Depot.
HEMLOCK LEATHER.
A LOT of fine Hemlock Leather. For Sale
A. at CARROLL. CLARK & C0'8 Store, near
the King's Mountain Rail Road Depot.
SALT.
A LOT of seamless sacks of Liverpool Salt,
in store and for sale at CARROLL, CLARK
& CO'S, near the King's Mountain R. R. Depot.
March 15 11 ly
nAonTTT A or fiDnnrDiuc
aaAU w xiiixi] unuvijnuiUj
AND
Plantation Goods.
THE Subscribers desire to call the attention of
the citizens of York and the surrounding districts,
to tbrir stock of the above articles, consisting
in part, as follows, viz :
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP
Swedes and English Iron, from 1 to 9 in.
Band Iron, from 1 to 4J inches.
Horse-Shoe Iron.
Carriage-Makers' Materials?A variety.
Blaoksmith's Tools,
Such as Bellows, Anvils, Hammers, Sledges,
Screw-Plates, Stocks and Dies, &c., &c.
CARPENTER'S TOOLS of alt descriptions.
House-Furnishing Materials of all kinds.
200 kegs best NAILS, assorted, from 3d to
60d, for Cash, at a low 6gure.
BAGGING, BALE-ROPE, SALT, Sugar, Coffee,
Molasses, &c.
Farming Implements,
Such as Spades, 8hovels, ForkB, Scythe-Blades,
Straw Cutters, Com-Shellers, Ploughs, Fans,
Fan Gearing, &c., &c.
Plantation Shoes,
Georgia Plains and Kerseys, Lindseys, Blankets,
&c., &o. Crockery and Glassware, Trace, Log,
and Wagon Chains, of all size9 and kinds. In
short, our stock will be found to embrace a large
variety of all such articles as are required on the
Farm, Plantation, or for Building purposes. Our
terms will be found to be as moderate as any other
in the State, either for cash, or on short credit
to approved customers. Call at the sign of the
"GOLDEN ANVIL."
AGNEW, FISHER & CO.
N. B.?Liberal prices paid for Cotton and other
Country produce.
Chester, Oct. 20, 1859. 42 tf
TO PLANTERS AND FARMERS.
THE Subscriber desires to inform the pnblic
that he is prepared to furnish to any one that
wants such a thing, the BEST COTTON GIN that
is made anywhere, and he is still making improvements
on his former Gins, and has no fear in challenging
any other Gin Factory to produce an
equal in performance or speed. With good, dry
Cotton, the roll in the gin cannot bo 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 exclusion
of rats from the brush, &c., by the peculiar construction
of the gin, which no other has a right to
make. He also makes THRA8HERS of different
construction to suit the wish of any one: the spike
beater combined, the smooth drum with fingers
and no spikes, and different other patterns. He
has also the right of the celebrated Garlington
Trashers which are very much admired by every
j 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 plaoe 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
V?noV TTTAwl/monuKin
U1 bUC t CI jr UCDl TTV/J RUJ?UOMipi
All work carefully packed and forwarded to
order.
Jan 5 1 l-;tf
LIVERY STABLE.
YORKVILLE, S. C.
A PARTNERSHIP has been formed by the undersigned,
who will hereafter carry on a
LIVERY" STABLE, in Yorkville, at the old
stand, under the firm of WHITAKER & GOO RE.
First-rate teams, horses and vehicles, with
experienced drivers, will always be on hand to
convey passengers to any point, on reasonable
terms. Spacious STOCK-LOTS are attached to
the Stables, and the cribs are kept abundantly
supplied with good provender.
Horses fed and cared for, by the meal, day,
week or month.
Mr. JOHN CASHION. the renowned "whip,"
will always be found, as usual, at the Stables,
read^ and prompt to serve our customers.
A continuation of the generous patronage here
tofore given to this Stable, is respectfully solicited.
T. MORRISON WHITAKER,
LAWSON D. GOORE.
Jan 19 8 tf
Mills, &o., For Sale.
T OFFER to sell my Steam SAW and GRAIN
MILLS, located at T. Barber's, seven miles
East of Rock Hill. Having sold my land there and
moved away, I am anxious to sell these Mills.?
The engine is a THIRTY HORSE POWER, and
of the best machinery. The Saw, .when well attended
to, can cut
SIX THOUSAND FEET
of lumber per day. Attncbed to it is a LATHING
SAW, and a saw to cut up slabs. .The
GRAIN MILL grinds VERY FAST, when kept
!? Aurloi* Thin
" MACHOEBl IS ALL \EW,
and made of the very best material. It has
been in operation only three years, and is not injured
in any way. The whole can easily be moved
to any part of the country.
As I am compelled to sell, any one can buy
this machinery of me cheaper than such can be
purchased North, or anywhere else in the world.
My address is Fort Mills, York District, S. C.
C. J. KEE.
Reference: John Simpson, Chester; J. S. Hix,
Laurens, S. C.
Jan 12 2 , 4m
NOTICE.?All persons indebted to me are
EARNESTLY requested to couie forward
and make payment. Early attention to this notice
will Bave much hard feeling and some cost.
nvnninn tt i nrt
ftlUnAXll/ HAIVEj.
' Jnne 80 26 tf
FOOD FOR THE SICK.-ltio, Tapioca,
Sago, Pearl Barley, Bermuda Arrow
Hoot, Becker's Farina, Corn Starch and Baker's
Broma. For Sale by
ALLISON & BRATTON, Druggists.
kit f
2)
Cattfrikte.
For announcing a Candidate for Office, per year,
or for a leee time, $5 in advance ; if
not paid in advance, $10.
~ FOR THE HOUSE.
T EG]$LATIj RE.?We are authorised to
I A announce Dr. JOHN F. LINDSAY as a
Candidate to represent the people of York District,
in the next Legislature.
Maroh 22 12 te
LEGISLATURE.?We are authorised to
announce Capt. JONATHAN N. MoELWEE,
Jr., as a Candidate to represent the people of
tr.-L si ?A. T i-A.
I orK isisirici in rue next juegmiaiure.
March 15 11- te*
*
FOR MAJOR.
MA JOR.?The friends of Capt. E. B. CLINTON,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate
for MAJOR to command the Sonth Battallion,
34th Regiment, S. C. M.
March 8 10 td
A J OR.?The friends of Capt. GEOKOE
R. BURRIS, respectfully announce him as
a candidate for MAJOR, to command the South
Battallion, 34th Regiment, S. C. M.
MANY FRIENDS.
March 15 11 8t
FOR ORDINARY.
nBDISARY.-Tbe friends of Major. J.
VI I tr if t7)trr\T
V/ in. iiiARiiii, rehpwiiuiij aiinuuuuc uiui ao
a Candid&te for ORDINARY, at the ensuing election.
March 8 10 tf
ORDINARY.?The friends of JOHN A.
BROWN, Esq., respectfully announce him as
a Candidate for ORDINARY of York District, at
the ensuing election.
Oct 20 42 ts
ORDINARY.?The friends of JEROME
C. MILLER, respectfully announce him as a
Candidate for ORDINARY of Y ork District, at the
next election.
April 1, 1859. 18 , ly
ORDINARY.?The friends of JOHN 0.
ENLOE, Esq., respectfully announce him as
a Candidate for ORDINARY of York District, at
the ensuing election.
Sept 2, '69. .86 tf
ORDIN ART.?The friends of JOHN B.
JACKSON, Esq., respectfully announce him
as a Candidate for the office of ORDINARY.
April 8,1869. 14 . ly
FOR TAX-COLLECTOR.
TAX COLLECTOR.?The Metis ot
W. A. ROBINSON respectfully announce
Itim ot ft Pftnriirintn for Tar flnllpntnr for York
District, at the ensuing election.
Feb 9 6 te*
Tax-collector.?we are authorized
to announce Rev. W. C. PATTERSON,
as a Candidate for TAX-COLLECTOR for York
District, at the ensuing election.
Jan 12 2 te
ax-collector.?THE friends of
JOHN F. O'NEAL respectfully announce him
as a Candidate for Tax-Collector for York District,
at the ensuing electioo.
Oct 18 41 te*
Tax-collector.-We are authorised
to announce Capt. WM. LAWSON BROWN,
as a Candidate for TAX-COLLECTOR for York
Distr ct, at the ensuing election.
8ept 29 39 te
Tax-collector.--the friends of
Capt. F. J. E. QUINN, respectfully annonnoe
him as a candidate for TAX-COLLECTOR for
York District, at the ensuing election.
August 25, 1869. 84 te*
ax-collector.?THE friends of
MOSE8 LINDSAY respectfully annonnoe him
as a Candidate for Tax-Collector for York District,
at the ensuing election..
Dec. 9, 1859. 49 ir
Tax-collector, w e are authorized
to announce 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-COLLECTOB for York District,
at the ensuing election
March 4, 1859. 9 tf
Tax-collector.?the friends ofb.
P. BOYD respectfully announce him as a
Candidate for Tax-Collector for York Distriot, at
fho ontmincr alppHnn
'"March 11,Tm" 10 if TAX-COLLECTOR.--We
are authorised
to anuounce THOMAS ROACH as a Candidate
for Tax Collector for York District, at the
next eleotion.
Feb. 26, 1869. 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 themext election.
Dec 17, 1858. 60
AX COLLECTOR.?The friends of JOSEPH
C. MITCHELL respeotfully announce
him as a Candidate for TAX-COLLECTOR, at
the next eleotion.
Oct 22, 1868. 42 tf
TAX COLLECTOR.?We are authorized
to announce Capt. DANIEL D. MOORE as a
Candidate for TAX COLLECTOR for York District,
at the ensuing election.
Jan 14 2 ?o,60
TAX COLLECTOR.?We are authorized
to announce WYLIE L. HARRIS, Esq., aa a
Candidate for TAX-COLLECTOR of York District,
at the ensuing election.
TAX COLLECTOR.?We are authorised
to announce S. S. ELAM as a Candidate for
TAX-COLLECTOR of York District, at the ensuing
election.
Jan 7, 1868. 1 tf
YORK SHERIFF'S SALES,
1 - ,
BY Virtue of sundry Writs of Fieri Faciat, to
me directed, will bo sold between the legal
hours of Sheriffs Sale, ON THE FIRST MONDAY
IN
APRIL 1VEXT,
and day following, at York Court House, the following
property, to wit:
Mary Pursely and Margaret Pursely's interest
in a tract of land on the waters of King's Creek,
containing 189 acres, more'or less, adjoining
lands of A. Hardin and others, levied on as their
property, at tbe suit of I. D. Witherspoon and
Ann Witherspoon, Executors, and others. Also,
Sally Pursely's interest in said land, levied on as
her property at tbe suit of James Jefferys. 15
One tract of land whereon the defendant now
resides, bounding on lands of S. 6. Westbrooks,
H. H. Drenen and others. Also, one other tract
of land bounding lands of Daniel Williams ; to
gether with the mills, situated thereon. Also,
ten negroes, viz: Bill, Charles, Ben, Mazy,
Green, Judy, Josephine, Bob, Adeline, and Cornelia,
levied on as the property of J. N. MoElwee,
jr., at the suit of Ann Witherspoon and I.
D. Witherspoon, Executors, and others. 19
One tract of land whereon defendant now resides,
on the Landsford road, two miles from
Yorkville, adjoining lands of William Jones and
others, levied on as the property of Alexander
Baker, at the suit of H. F. Adickes, and others. 8
One honge and lot in Yorkville, 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. 10
One tract of land whereon defendant now resides,
adjoining lands of H. P. White, Mareus
Bird and others, levied on as the property of Jacob
Etters, at the suit of James Childers. 14
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. 16
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.
" 20
Four negroes, viz: Sam, Allison, Dan and Jake,,
levied on as the property of Robert MoLnre, at
the suit of Jas. L. Clark and Co., and others. 12
Three negroes, viz: 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.
19
One tract of land on which defendant, 3. P.
Sutton, resides, levied on his property, at the
suit of John M. Ross, Ordinary vt. T. N. Pettus
and others. 2
ALFRED STILWELL, s. r. d.
Yorkville, March 8, 1860.
SEGARS A5TD SWUFF.-Choioe Havana,
American and German SEGARS. Lorillnrd's
Scotch and Macaboy SNUFF; Fine
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. For Sale by
ALLISON & BRATTON, Druggists.
March 8 10 i
Ayert Sarsaparilla.
A compound remedy, In which we have labored to produce
the moat effectual alterative that can he made. It ia
e concentrated extract of Para Sawaparffln, so combined
with other mbctancee of still mater alterative power aa
to afford an effective antidote for the diseaeee Sarsaparilla
is reputed to core. It ts believed that suoh a remedy is
wanted by those who suffer from Strumous complaints,
and that one which will accomplish thsir core most prove
of immense service to this large class of our afflicted fellow-dtixens.
How completely' this compound wtH do it
has been proven by experiment on many of the worst
casestobe found of the following complaints:?
Scrofula and Scrofulous Complaints, Empties# and
Eruptive Diaesees, Ulcers. Pimples. Blotches, Tsniors, .
Bah, Bheum, Scald Head, Syphilis and SvphaUtle Affections,
lUrcnrial Disease, Dropsy, Neuralgia or Be Douloureux,
Debility, Dyspepsia aad Indigestion, Erysipelas,
Hose or St Anthony's Pirn, aad Indeed the wbola class of
complain ts arising from impurity of the Bloed.
This compound will be fmmde great promoter of health,
when taken In the spring, to expel the foul humors which
fimter in the blood at that season of the vear. Bv the
timely expulsion of them many rankling disorder* are
nipped in the Trad. Multitudes can, by {he aid of tUs
remedy, spare themselves from the endurance of tool eruptions
and ulcerous sons, through which the system wtD
strive to rid itself of corruptions, if not amistedto do this
through the natural channels of the body by as alterative
medicine. Cleanse oat the vitiated Wood whenever you
And its imparities bursting through the skin in pimples,
eruptions, or soree; cleanse it when yon find ft ii obstructed
and sluggish in the veins; cleanse It whenever It is fbnland
your feelings will tell you when. Even where no par,
ticular disorder is felt, people et^Joy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the blood healthy,
and all Is well j but with this pabulum of life disordered,
there can be no lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of life la disordered
or overthrown.
Stisaparfllt has, end deserves much, the reputation, of
accomplishing these ends. But the world has been egrsgioualy
deceived by preparations of It, partly because the
drug alone has not all the virtue that is claimed for it, but
more because many preparations, pretending to be concentrated
extracts of It, contain but little of the virtue of 8arsapariHa,
or anything else.
During late years the pnbUe have been misled by large
bottles, pretending to give a quart of Extract of Simsparilla
for one dollar. Most of these have been frauds upon
the rich, for they not only contain little, if any, Ssrsaparilla,
bnt often no curative properties whatever. Hence,
bitter end psinful disappointment has followed the use of
toe various extracts or sarsapanua wmcn nooa ih market,
until the name Itself U Justly despised, and has become
synonymous with Imposition sad chest Btill we
call this compound Sarsaparilla, and Intend to supply such
a remedv as shall rescue the name from the Ion at obloquy
which rests upon it And we think we hare ground
for believing it has virtues which are irresistible by the ordinary
run of the diseases Ills Intended to care. In order
to secure their complete eradication from the system, the
remedy should be judiciously taken according to directions
on the bottle. *
PREPARED BT
DR. J. C. AYER A CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, 91 per Bottle; Six Bottle*lor WAyer's
Cherry Pectoral,
has won for itself such a reuowii for the core et every variety
of Throat and Lung Complaint, that itls entirely unnecessary
for na to recount the evidence of its virtues,
wherever it has been employed. As it has long been in
constant nse throughout this section, we need not do more
than assure the people Its quality is kept up to the best it
ever has been, and that it may be relied on to do for their
relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ay er's Cathartic Pillfl,
rolf THE CURE Of
Costlveness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Dysentery,
row stomacn, Erysipelas, jueaaacne, ruce, tuwumausm,
Eruptions and Son DiseasesfMJver Complaint, Dropsy,
Tetter, Tomon end 8 ait Rheum, Worms, Goat, Neuralgia,
su s Dinner Pill, and for Purifying the Blood.
They are sogar-ooated, so that the moet sensitive can
take them pleasantly, and they are the beat aperient Is
the world for all the purposes of * family phytic.
Price 25 cents per Box 5 Pive Boxes for $1 00.
Great numbers of Clertymen, Physicians, Statesmen
and eminent personates, have lent their names te acetify
the unparalleled usefulness of these remedies, bat our space
here will not permit the insertion at them. The Agents
below named tarnish gratis oar AXIXICaji in
which they are given; with also tall descriptions of the
above complaints, and the treatment that should bo followed
for their con.
Do not be pnt off by nnprinetalod dealers with other preparations
they make more profit on. Demand AVER'S, and
take no others. The sick want -the best aid there la tar
them, and they should have it.
AU our Remedies an for sale by ALLISON A BRATTON,
Yorkville; A. H. DA VEGA, Chester; MA88EY
Sl MILLS, Ebeneserville; RODDY A BRO.. Rock HDLAt
Wholxsalk, by M. A. & a A. GAKT08,Norfolk,
Va.; KAVILAND, STEVENSON A CO., Ctariaston;
HAVILAND, CHICHESTER & CO., Augusta, Go.
Feb 16 . - 7 . . 4m
MORE TO BE ADMIRED THAN '
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EVER
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DR. woodNew york, April 19.1856.
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"Drych a*r Gwyliwjydot"
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effect by turning all the gray bain to a dark, brown* ah
the same time beautifying and thickening the hair. 1
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New YORK, July 25,1857,
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' J. C. HLBY.
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The Restorative lsffipt up in bottles of 3 tizea. viz? large
mmailnm ftrtrl Email ? thfi OTTlttll hftlHfi 1 a T>*wt. ami fWn
one dollar per bottle; the medium holds at least twenty per
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proportion'and retails for $3 a bottle. ,0.
J. WOOD St CO., Proprieton, 444 Broddway, New\
York,and 114 Market 8k, St. Louis,Mo. ET V F
For Sale In Yorkville, & C., by ALLISON * BRATTON,
and H. W. MERRILL
Feb 9 6 3m .
THE LIVER INVIGORATOR*#
PREPARED BY DR. 8ANP0RD, ^BT
Compounded entirely from GTTMB,
18 ONE OF THE BEST PURGATIVE AND .
Liver Medicines now before-the public.
These Gums remove allj ] One dose often reported is
morbid or Dad matter irom ( ran oinnr vbomr ,
the system, supplying in g Horhu, end ft preventltheir
place ft healthy flow of Jg tlve of Cholera.
bile, invigorating the (torn- 9 Only one bottle ia needed
acfa, causing food to digestif* to throw ont of the lystdm&well,
pul<yin| the*| the effects of medicine after
blood, giving tone andiM along sickness. I '
health to the whole machln- Jg One bottle taken for
fry, removing the cause of 9 Jaundice removes all
the disease effecting arad-lQ sallowneas or onnatnral col;
leal core. m or from the skin.
Billions attacks are ja One doee taken a short
cored, and what ia better J jp time before eating gives vigpre
vented by the occasional m orto tie appetite and makes
useoftheLlverlnvigorator. . the food digest welL
One dose after eating One dose often repeated,
sufficient to relieve the atom u cores Chronic Dlarach
and prevent the foodj? rIt oca In its worst form,
from rising and soaring. JT while Summer end
Only one dose taken be- j Bowel Complaints
fore retiring, prevents night-M yield almoatto the nrst dose,
mare. ? A few bottles will cure
Only ono doee taken at ^ Dropsy by exciting the
night, loosens the bowels & absorbents,
gently and cures costive-gj We take pleasure lnreness.
5 commending this medicine
One dose taken after each P as a preventive for Fewer
meal will core Dyspasia. M end Ague, Chill PeOne
dose of two tea-spoon- 8 ver, and all Fevers of a a
fols will always relieve Of Billions typo. It opeSlek
Headache. jg rates with certainty, and
Only one dose immediate thousands are willing to tesly
relieves Colic, while tlfy to Ms wonderful virtues.
All who use It are giving their unanimous
testimony In Its fhvor.
Mix water In the month with the Imvigor.
ator, and swallow together.
price one dollar per bottle.
DR. 8ANFORD, Proprietor, No. 345 Broadway, N. Y.
Retailed by all Druggists. Sold, also, by
ALLISON & BRATTON, -T
and fi. W. MERRILL.
April 21 16 lj J}*
HOWARD ASSOCIATION.
PHILADELPHIA.
THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the awful
destruction ofhuman life, caused bv Sexual disease, and the
deceptions practiced upon the unfortunate victims of such
diseases by Quacks, several years ago directed their Consulting
Surgeon, as a CHARITABLE ACT worthy of their
name, to open a Dispensary for the treatment of this class
of disease, in all their forms, and to give MEDICAL ADVICE
GRATIS to all who apply by letter, with a description
of their condition, (age, occupation, habits of life, toL
and in cases of extreme poverty, to FURNISH MBD2SCINEFREEOF
CHARGE. It is needless to add that, the
Association commands the highest Medical skill of thssge^ ..
and will furnish the most modern treatment.
The Directors of the Association, in their Annual Report f
upon the treatment of Sexual Diseases, for the year ending
January 1st, 1858, express the highest satisfaction with the
success which has attended the labors of the Consulting
Surgeon in the core of Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weakness,
Impotence, Gonorrhea, Gleet, Syphilis, the vice of On an htm
or Self-abuse, Ac., and order a continuance of the aame
plan for the ensuing year.
The Directors, on a review of the past, feel assured that
their labors in this sphere of benevolent effort have been of
great benefit to the afflicted, especially to the young, and
they have resolved to devote themselves, with renewed seal,
to this very Important and much despised car.se.
An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, or Seminal
Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Mustnrbation, or Self-abnse
and other diseases of the sexual organs, by the Consulting
Surgeon, will be sent by mall (in a sealed envelope) FREE
rtn noioac /m MMlnt of TWA RTtUDk
Other Reports and Tracts on the nature and treatment of
sexual diseases, diet, &c., are constantly be Id? published
for gratuitous distribution, and will be sent to the afflicted.
Some of the new remedies and methods of treatment discovered
during the last year, are of great value.
Address, for Report or treatment, DR. J. SKILLIN
HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon, Howard Association, No.
2.South Ninth Street, Phil adelp hjn. Pa.
By order of the Directors,
EZRA D. HEART WRLL, President.
GKO. Pairchild, Secretary.
Ang.4 31 ly
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