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MARRIED- In Yorkville, on Tuesday morning, 17th instant, by Rev. L.A.

JOHNSTON, MR. SAMPLE ALEXANDER of Chester and MISS LUCIE H. CLAWSON of this

place.

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In Holmes county, Miss., on the 20th ultimo, by Rev. MR. RAYNER, MR.

WILLIAM WHITE and MISS LIZZIE ROACH, both formerly of Chester Dist.

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In Chester Dist. on the 22n ultimo, MR. ROBERT FANNEL and MISS MARY

LYNN.

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On the 22nd ultimo, by George L. McNEEL, Esq., MR. JOHN ROBINSON and MISS

MARY BARNEDORE, all of Chester Dist.

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At Chester Court House on the 10th instant, by Rev. A.G. STACY, MR.

C.E. SIMMS of Columbia to MRS. SARAH PINCHBACK of the former place.

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In Chester on Tuesday of last week, MR. WM. CORNWELL and MISS SALLIE

WALKER, all of Chester.

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On the 11th instant at the Central House in Columbia, by Rev. J.M. C.

Breaker, MR. WM. RICHARD WHITE of Charleston to MISS ELIZABETH JANE

CARROLL.

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In Mecklenburg Co., N.C. on the 27th ultimo, MR. JOHN HANNA and MISS MARY

CAROTHERS.

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Obituary

Died- Near Ebenezerville, on the 9th instant, MR. JAMES P.

HUTCHINSON, aged about 52 years. The deceased leaves a widow and two children

and many sorrowing friends to mourn his death.

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Obituary- { March, 1860 }

Died- At Rock Hill, on Sunday morning last, MRS. MARY S. , wife of A.E.

HUTCHINSON, Esq.

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At his residence in Gaston Co. on the 12th instant, MR. THOMAS GROVES, aged

about 93 years.

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In this district on Tuesday, 13th instant, MISS JANE CAMPBELL, in the 83rd

year of her age.

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In Yorkville on Monday, 12th instant, MRS. MARY JANE , wife of W. DICKSON

MILLER, in the 36th year of age,

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WANTED- Jan. 12

5000 lbs. Tallow and Beeswax, 500 Cords Tan- Bark, 5000 lbs of Green

and dry Hides, all of which , the highest market prices will be paid in CASH.

J. HERNDON

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MILITARY NOTICE - An election will be held at Ebenezer, on Friday, the 15th

day of June next, for Brigadier General to command the 9th Brigade of

South Carolina Militia, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of

Gen. S.R. GIST.

By order of Major Gen. J.H. WILLIAMS.

W.B. ALLISON, Colonel 46th Reg., S.C. M.

April 26.

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Obituary-July 12 Issue

Died- In the district of the 12, MR. ALLEN LAWRENCE, in the 49th year of

age.

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In Charlotte, on the 2d, of Typhoid fever, MRS. JANE E. WHITENER, in her

28th year, wife of H.H. WHITENER and daughter of JOHN B. and ELIZA ADAMS of York

Dist.

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HEAD-QUARTERS, New Centre, York Dist.

The 34th Regiment , S.C.M., will parade at Yorkville, on

Tuesday, the 14th day of August next, at 10 o'clock, armed and equipped as the

law directs, for review and exercise. The officers and non- commissioned

officers, will attend the day previous, for drill and instruction. By order of

R.G. M. DUNOVANT, Adjutant and Inspector General.

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PUBLIC MEETING -Nov 14, 1860.

At a meeting of citizens held at BROWN'S Tan Yard- Indian

Land- the following persons were nominated as suitable candidates to represt

them in the approaching State Convention, to wit;

SAMUEL RAINEY, SR.

A. BAXTER SPRINGS, Esq.

WM. B. WILSON, Esq.

Dr. R.T. ALLISON

Dr. A.I. BARRON.

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NOTICE- All persons having claims against the estate of JOHN S. MOORE,

deceased are hereby notified to present them to me properly authenticated within

the time prescribed by law; and those indebted will please MAKE

PAYMENT.

S.R. MOORE, ex'r. Jan. 5.