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BY W.A.LEE AND HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1870. VOLUME XVHI?NO. 33.
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waiiin -Hir MM I I - , ?. ? ? , , m????MMCTgwa??ama?tam i in
Colundoia, S. O. '
whit h in; s vnnn
SUGAR m Mills,
LIST OF PRICES,
3 Rollers 14 jrcbes diameter *S5,00
3 ? 12 " *75,00
II " 10 " , $65,00
2 " 14 " $(55:00
2 u 12 ' " ?50.00
2 " 10 " .........$40,00
Above pn'ccs complete with frame.
Without fame $10,00 lestj on caeh*
SEVENTY GALLON BOILER
Delivered at the Railroad D^pot in
this city. .
St?nm Engines. Boilers, Cotton Presses,
Giist and Saw Mill GearThg of nil kinds
to order. Iron and Brass Castings, on 1
short notice and luosl reasonable terms. 1
Giu Gearing constantly on Land of tbe
following si'zea. ,
9 feet wheel and pinion, ?30.00
30 44 " . 44 u "32.50
11 44 44 44 44 4 35.00
12 *" 44 44 44 "45 00
14 44 44 " 44....'. "50.00
With Bolts SiJ 50. Extm for each set. j
- Antifriction plates and Balls for Cot- _
ton Pre-s ?10.00 and $12.00, per set.
N. IS. Terms Oabh on delivery, at R. .
H. here. .
JOHN ENRIGHT, Ag't,
Abbeville C. H.
May 24,1870, 4?tf.
offered by the
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
1st.?Perfect security to Policy-hold- '
2d.?Low rates of premium.
3d.?A clear and definite contract.
4th.?.Non-forfeiture guaranteed by a
clause in every Policy.
5th.?A liberal cash surrender value
provided for by the terms of its
6th.?No unnecessary or illiberal restriction
as regards residence, trav
ellmg, or occupation.
7th.?A Policy issued in tho State of
New York in favor of a wife, on
the life of her husband,, is secure
from the claims of her husband's
Sth.?The premiums charged by the
Umiversal are based on American
mortality and tho interest usually
realized on money. Its Policy-holders
are therofore guaranteed insurance
to the full amount of tho premiums
W. T. FARP.OW, Agent,
Greenwood, S. C.
Nov 25, 1870, 31?3m
* LL PERSONS indebted to the
subscriber for the j'cars 1868
and 1869 by note and account are requested
to come forward and ^ settle
immediately, as he is in urgent need
of the money.
Those who fail to pay by the 1st of
Peeomber next, will fitrd their accounts
in tho hands of an attorney for
Nov. 18, 1870,30, tf
On hand, and for sale, b7
Norwood, DuPre & Co.
a opt. 30, 1874, 23?tf
! v ** 4 ' '
A *. . .
BEG leave to inform their frier
they h;iue opened a STORE at W
have on hand a good assortment
C3r ifirS. C5 d J?a
They bought their GOODS at
?heap as the cheapest lor cash and
Our Goods j
Our cause ii
We sell for <
* We cannot 1
Our friends are respectfully invi
charged for showing our Goods.
Abbeville, November 1,1 S70,
1WAVO 15 A l6\T
mil. A ??
Aje now Receiving their usuj
In inviting the attention of their
their notice especially
Attd Domestic od
tVhich having been bought at unusnallj
ower than thev have been in many ye:
WHICH THEY ARE
Octobcr 14, 1870, 25, tf
100 LBS. CHOICE
Gctobcr 14, 1870, 25?tf
Can now be Iiac
Oct. 14, 1870, 25, tf
Uassimeres) uiumo, aixu
Collars and Ties, Gl?
. Boots and Shoes, I
NOW READY F<
Octobcr 14, 1870, 25, tf
WE ARE KOW
Fall and W
Which we offer to oi
FIGURES as can be bo
Oct, 14, 1870, 25; tf
ids and the public generally, that "
rHUE'S CORNER, wherd tliey.
CASH FKICJES and will sell as
cash only. 4 j
ted to give*us a call. Nothing (
'. McDonald, (
5 C. Evans.
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WELL & CO. |
3.1 varied Stock of Fall and |
friends and patrons, they would call I
* to their prices on r
ATS, SHOES, !
is, of all Kiads,
y low figures, will be sold at prices,
irs. They keep on haud
Bacon, Sugar, j
IALT, &C., (
OFFERING AT THE I
LK E T I'll ICE. I
HE WEEK .1
s. Bacon, * GOSIIEX
=- ' , * 1 fo
If 'SBW, =
% Useftil! s
HANDSOME I ;
1 at the Store of !:
re STORE. \
:ts and Drawers,
jves and Half Hose, <
few Style Hats, &c., &c. I
DE INSPECTION. ,
PERRIN & CO. 5
RECEIVING OXTR s
ir friends at as LOW 1
ught in our market.
PERRIN & CO. '
Blue and White Fish,
Jew HolM Bud-Heat Flo
\ uVl .QiIttat Di'in ?!vpn
:mu juiJLVui jL^ujj
Brazil Nuts, Eng. Walnul
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Sub Soil Plows, &c.
TKUWliiUlUjli <Z UU.
Nov 18, 1870, 30?tf
For sale by Wilcox, Gibbs & Cc
viporters and Dealers in Guano
IS Day Street, Savannah ; 241 Brof
treet, Augusta, Ga ; 151 East Ba
harlcston, S. C., and by Norwoo
uPre & Co.. Abbeville; W. Z. M
lice, Cokcsbnry; Waller & Aike
rcenwood; B. A. Davis, Ninety-Si
or further information apply or a
rcssas above for pamphlet.
2fov.25, 1870, 31?4m.
jreenviile Coach Factor
tOWER, COX & MARKLEl
r57 E would announce tc our customer*, tb
* t we are prepared now to fill nil ord(
ir VEHICLE*. We have added to our Sto
f Wood-Working Machinery, and iucreos
ur Sinlf of Workmen to about 70, and thei
>re trubt that none of our patrols will be d
^pointed in- having orrera promptly fill,
he Stock of One, Two, Three, Four and Si
forec Iron Axle Plantation WAGONS wi.l
ept full; and now, a* lor one-third of a c<
try past, these Wsigona shall be the STAN
11D of EXCELLENCE.
We have a la*ge Stock of Light BUGGI
iiAi ir i \\r 4 1 ro ..C ?... ?
ttU Ikl/V. rv /I 1> .."i. 1 O, III UUI "nil IIIUM, a
Siock of Northern built DTGGIES?be
nv and liivjh priced, for those who wi^h
urchase Northern work, as chenp as a
outhern dealer. We call special attention
lie improvements ' aking in our SI'RIJ
Ir"AGONS. Witlioet raieing the price, we t
iruishing them with great care, painti
Price biats promptly mailed'on applicatii
Send us ?11 your REPAIR WORK. Freif
nly charged one wuy ou it by the R. RJOWER,
COX & MARKIE'
Agent at Abbeville, Dr. J. W. Marshall;
trcenwool, J. A. & W. II. Bailey; at Nin<
iix, T. C. Lip;comb; at Cokcsbury, J. J. El
Nov. U, 1870,29 12m
estate of M L, Eozeiaaa, Dec
JOHN J. BOZEMAN, Adm'r oft
aboyo-" Estate, hereby gives noli
o all concerned that he will settle 1
Administration before the Judge
Probate for Abbeville County
Thursday tho loth of December ne:
If thcro should be any demands!
naining unpaid and due by thoEsU
)f D. L. Bozeman, dee'd, or against
j. & J. J. Bozeman, such must bo pi
iented to tho subscriber on or befc
I. - mnntiiinnd fftl' ontt Innmnt
/I1C UttJ- UlCilU'/llvu *V4 vv.x,a**v.. V, ?
L5th December, as on that clay t
\dmioistrator will demand Lett*
JOHN J. BOZEMAN.
Nov. 18, 1870 30 4t
Lard, Floor, Meal, Grist, Molass
Sugar, Tea and Ch-ocolal
just received, and for sale, by
NORWOOD, DuPRE & CO,
Sept. 30, 1370. S3-t?
r ~ . -' * ? T~"
Take uleasure in anno
and customers th
Fall and ?
In every Department is full, and as it \
' stock in all its branches, wo content ou
it in ns full and variet] as we have ever
ANYTHING in the shape of
BOOTS AND SHOES, Hi
We ean supply their wants upon as
iD the up-countiy. ;
I LAND FOB H
TRACT NO. 1.
900 acres Of Cotton and Grain
Tilnr\ situnt.pd between Coron-Acro
2 and Rocky Creek with Dwelling
| House, Six Iiooms, Extra Gin Houso,
Cotton Screw, Barns, Stables, and
fine good .Cabins with gardens attached
for laborers. Three hundred
and fift}7 acres open land, balance in
j forest, second growth pine. This
! tract can be divided into several small
j farms to advantage. Sixty acres
J cleared bottom lands, not subject to
overflow by freshet. Terms reasonable.
TRACT jSTO. 2.
Four Hundred acres situated on.
Rocky Creek?one half in original
forrest. Thirty acres cleared the past
year. sThis is an extra farm of its
T)wol]in<* houso and all neces
) sary out buildings. Terms half cash,
is, balance in one and two years.
,d TRACT NO. 3.
;j| ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY
c- ACRES situated on the Greenville
n, and Columbia .Railroad, one and one
x. fourth miles from Greenwood. Fine
d- dwelling house (eight rooms) and all
other buildings necessary. This place
possesses many advantages on account
of location health and fertility of soil.
Terms half cash, balance one and two
years. For further information apply
v J. T. PARKS, Ag't.
r Nov. 4, 1870- tf
r?ed *1 flLL be offered for sale, on Sale
is- Va Day in December next, that
?d. GRAIN and COTTON PLANTAx
TION in Abbeville County, near Cal_
_ houn's Mills, on Calhoun's Creek, conli.
laining 1,600 acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of estate of James
Taggart, Mrs. Catherine Alston, John
ES Link, and others.
Iso The improvements are good, (here
are accommodations for 25 or 30 la?
borers, and fenccS in good- repair,
to Between 250 and 300 aeras are creek
x'G bottom land, aud almost 800 acres
ut' The place can be treated for pri3n
vately, and with it will be sold; if de:ht
sired, MULES, HOESES, STOCK,
I? not sold, it will be rented.
1' Apply to WM. II. PAEKEE,. at
ai Abbeville C. II.
E. L. Parker.
? October 14, 1870' 2G?8t
B?, Pltcenix copy tri-wcekly till
Consisting: of 2,700 Acres.
uo- rB^HIS is one of the most valuable
. 1 Plantations in Abbeville which ?
' will L'easo in parts or iu the whole.
*e. Call oti me at my place near Abbo'
JOHN A. CALHOUN.
Sept. 23, 1870, 22 - tf
4 <*,' .
uncing to their Mend
at their stock of
vonld bo impossible to enumerate th
rsolvcs by saying to oar patrons thi
before had it, and that if they wai:
reasonable terms as any other hous
[Oct. 14. 1870, 25. tf
Tfi ? LIB
The nndei'signed aro now prepared t
Varied and Select.
- ' ;> ff c'.; ,.v
AND TALKING SHOE;
Miles' Misses Shoes,
MILES' CHILDREN SHOE!
Quarles. Perrin & Co:
"VT^? A 1 Q7fi 9? tf.
J.W* -X, iUI V, -V w
TBOWBBID&E & CO.,
H'AYE COMMODIOUS STOE
EOOMS, and will store Cotto
Corn, or anything else, on rcasonab
Liberal Cash advances made <
Produce of any kind shipped throng
us to .Charleston, Baltimore or Ne
York. They have business arrang
ments with the best Houses in tl
abovo named cities, and can offer f
cilitics, in the shipment of tho.pr
dncts of the country, unsurpassed t
any other house in the State.
Particular attention is called to 01
largo stock of PLOWS, now in stor
with the remark, that wo are prepa
ed to furnish any Agricultural Impl
? i "\f .1 n 11 P.i t<\hvov'q m
J1JUUU iUJtL'Uj UU JliiliUJUVkutv* W
ccs, witli freight added.
TJROWBUIDGE & CO.
Nov 18, 30 tf
Improved Cotton Gins.
TIIE subscriber purchased two yea
H?ro, MeLENDEN'S PATENT 13
PKOVEMENT TO COTTON GIN
for tliei Counties of Abbeville, Edgefiel
and Newberry; and in tbat liine has so
many of them, and to the entire satisfa
tion of hip patrons. The improvement
applied to the old gin ara trifling expens
?..,i ?;(i, ?t,tso material advantages?lit
UI1U " III' -K vvv w
it will enable the Gin to gin from. orn
fourth to ono-third more, and to produi
n cleaner and better lint. He lias nume
! oiis certificates from cotton planters to th
I effect, and also from cotton buyers, stntij
| iliat the cotton from tbia Improved G
will command from one to onea.half cen
moie per pound. Agents will be sent on
and the public patronage is solicited
| their behalf.
80^ Reliable agents wanted.
E. F. PARKER.
Calhoun's Mills, Augu.t 12,1870, 1G
Insure Your Propert;
LIVERPOOL & londo:
Assets in Golfl, $17,000,000,00
Losses adjusted promptly and pa
without deduction at the agency
Charleston, S. C.
. Apply to
W. H. PARKER. Agent,
1 at Abbeville, S. C.
March 18, 1870, 47?tf
] THE FLORENCE
' REVERSIBLE FEED SEIWN6
Making Pour Distinct Stitches.
Tho great l)eBideratnm of Durability,
United with simplicity, at last
k > achieved.
I. T^HTS Machine makes the justly celebrated
X Lock stit ch (alike oo both sides of the
fabric) as alno the Knot, Double Lock, and
Double Knot?all stronger and more elastic
thau tho KfcOt. ,
The only Machine having a self adjusting
? shuttle extension. * . <
? It is almost noiseless. . ,"' *
The stitch oun be changed wunoui ?wpping
Its motions are all positive.
Tie machinery is so eimple that it cannot'get
out of order. ' ' '
It w 11 hem, fell, bind, gather, braM, quilt,
and gather and sow- on a ruffle at the |ame
time. ' '
The IVnsiou is a wheel and not an unreliable
Each machine is furnished with Barnum's
Self Sewer, .
Please call or write for price lists and parit
. MRS. JOHtf A. AIA.YS, Agent.
Dec. 2,1870, 32?tf
I ' *
J TTNTO whom we. have extended indalger.ee
during the Spring and Summer,
to enable them to mafce their crop*
- we would say, that as the'r crops are
gathered we shall expect immediate payments,
as our success for future operations
will depend upon our customers meeting '
10 'lieir liabilities promptly.
To al' our Mends who have so liberally
supported os, we return our sincere thanks"
Sntid becpenk for,ourselves a conusance of
i heir favors the coming season.
f Norwood,- DuPre= & .Co
Sept. 2, 1870, 20?ft * '
? I Administrator9 s -
A XL persons indebted to the Es.
tate of J. H.' WILSON, de[
. ceased, will find their- notes iiji the
bands of McGowan & Parker, to
whom payment may bo made.
5' L. C. WILSON,
E. E. BOWIE.
Dec. 2, 1870, 32?2t
E Js hereby given.to all whom it may
concern that on SAT (JEDAY, the
31st instant, the Personal Estate of
Hi GEORGE DUSENBURY, deceased,
late of Abbeville Cdnnty, will be final.
w ly settled in the Conrt of Probate, for
e" Abbeville County, whereupon the Advl.
ministrator and .Administratrix will
o- apply for Letters Dismiasory.
WILLIAM A. RICHEY,
?. MARGARET E. DUSENBURY,
i- Doc 2, 1870, 32?5t
The State of South Carolina,
Ia Probate Court?Citation.
WHEREAS, Frances A Tolberfc, applicant
has made suit tome, to grantbim Let
'( ters of Administration of the Estate'and ef
fects of Ansel Q. Tolbert, deceased, late of
r. T^ese are therefore !o cite and admonish all
' " and Af tllP
r ATia Singular tuc ituuiw m.. ? .
j** said Ansel G. Tolbert, dec'd, that they be and
S, appear, baforn me, in the Court of Probate, to
d, be held at Abbeville C. H., on Tuesday, tbe
IJ 18th December next after publication hereof, al
II o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if
? any they^xavet>why the said Administration
19 should not be granted.
e; (iiven under my han4k this twenty-eight day
Ht of November, Annq^Domini 1870,
j- WM. HILL, j. r. a. c [x, a]
jo Dec 2, 1870, 82 2t
i Laurens Lands
Z To Rent.
? T . *' '' .
XF not previously disposed of privately
THE LAURENS LANDS
in tbe immediate neighborhood ol
Cedar Springs will be divided into
>1' several small tracts, and rented .at
nubllo outcrv. to the highest biddei
r v - _
on "Wednesday, December 14th, 1870,1
'' at 12 o'clock m.
The renting will take place at the
McLaren place on the Abbeville and
M Augusta road.
Terms made known on that day.
FEKRIN & COTHRAN J
Attorneys for the heirs at lawjff
- Ilenry Laureoe, dec'd.
ft Dec. 2,1870, 32, 2t '
Kinsman & Howell,
!d Factors and, Commission
Liberal Advances made on
Cotton and Naval Stores.
Chariest on y S.C.
.(* ^ Notice to <rar
All of pair friends who arc Indebted
to us, either for subscription oradver
ising, will Confer a favor by settlinat
an early day. The money would
most acceptable to us at this time,.afkl
we suppose thero i9.no seaspi^ whi^h
would better suit the convenience..
our friends. The Crops are being sojd, '
and money, is as pleptifal now, i?,W? >?
may expect it- Boon to be. To each
x - r> J.Li. >_
uuo- luv amount 01 luueoveuupoo 'w
small, bat tQ as the aggregate
considerable. Come and settle!....
Charlotte Bbonte tn mashclgk
?Id Charlotte Brood's recently published
letters she'thus* expressed her
views regarding marriage: "Do not
be over-persuaded tomarry,a^ jnln
yeu can never respect?J go not?CTy . v
Isve; Becanse, ; I think;-if yoir'cin
respect' a parson before marriage: moderate
love, at -least, -will come after;
and-,*s to intense passional am convinced
is no.desirable,feeling.*. In the
first place it seldom ot never meets
With a r^quittal; and, in the second
place, if it did, the feeling wbnld bo J?'
only temporary j it would *te8t*<the J'
honey moon, and then, perhaps, give f"
place to disgust. Certainly
would be the case on ,the manapartZI
and on tho woman's?'God'help-fier^f
she is left to love passionafely- a3B|,
alone*." * .Jr
Hair Vigob.?In common' wn
many others we have felt a lively Jfi- .
terestin the investigation*.Which $r.
Ayer bos been making to discover.fte
causes of- failure of'the hair, andjo
provide a remedy. His researches .
are said to have been "much. mjpo
thorough and exhaustive than any
over made before. .'The result iim&w
before us us under the tfameof ^p'a
Hair Vigor. We have given it^Stfal
and with , full satisfaction... It Jnuls
our most favorable antfeipations.^tPtor
gray hafrs ha'Ve dispersed, or resided
their original color; and a -visible
crop of soft, silken hair has star-ted
on.a part of the 8cslp-which, *
"tirely bald.?Democrat, Abingcktfyy lga.
"Tis a qnaini, thought, and per cBauce .A:
Somter Bitteni ye are aprang '&v< 1
From Roots ancMIerb* tbatover EdeD/d&4tt
Tkijln m>ijf inA n/iA flnn/? " *v
Jkuvak ^uovitfv 4J H^iavvg UUU^I Vt, , .^ >
EeONQVT AND COIDTOET is BcTtEGsa.?The??
can only be studied and secured byfby paying
proper attention 1o the finishing of a bttDding.
There are mnnyhtinses in our c?fttty whose
windows, without glass, and fceory wooden
abutters, co;t more than sash and venii^ans,
and whose glbomyVoodeB Mt6 more
expensive than whitewashed plaster on laths.
It yon are gctog to build, mi jrieh your
house to be comfortable at ?m?1l: cost, you
should, not fail to write for a pl^ffanfl eatiaiata
of .finishing to Mr. P. P. Tx^ftfc Charleston,
S. C., the largest raanufocttreoof doora, saabes
blinds, moulding*, 4c., in th&tanthera. States.
. THE GREAT PECTORIAL ANNUAL.
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first of January, and all who wish to nnderstaod
tbe true philosophy cf health should
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coutaios. In oddifion to an adqurabW irie?oal
treatise on the causes, prevention And core of
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planter, and professional tad the celeu- '
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-- Li Tl.. 1JL
CIBfllJJg. iUQ |/ivpigkvia| wvchip <?www?p w . ?
Smith, on receipt-of a two cent stamp, will
forward a copy by mail to any ^cfsoa nho
cannot procure one in hia neighborhood. The
Bitters are sold in every city, town and village
and ara extensively used, throughout this satire
civilized world, . . ...... '
Dec 9,1870, 83?lm ' ' ' , J >
Time tests the4"merits of all things.
No article ever attained to stiek unbounded - )
popularity.?Salem Obterver. ^
An article of great merit and Ylrtne.?Cincinnati
Nonpareil.. ' >rilt \
We cm boar testimony to lee efficacy of the
Pain Killer. We havi seen its magio effects ia
soothing the severest pain, and know if.to^be a
good article.'?Cincinnati Despatch.
A speedy care for pain?no familjg shojtfd be
without it.?Montreal Tranmip. ,\i -J
There has nothing as yet surpassed the j>ain
h Her, which is the mi>8l valuable family . meilciue
now in use.?Tennessee Offean, It
has real merit; as a means of rmoving
p<in, no medicine has scxuired a reputatioii
equal to Perry Davis' Pain Killer.?Newpoat
Ky Daily New*.
-? ' i
Its won&erfal power in relieving the mort
severe jMtiu ljo# never been equmea?jjutuhkton
?If , *3
, It is one of tbB few articles that are just
what they pretend to be.?Brunswick Tele.
I. /?? .... ! ' ' _ jj
Our own opinion is that no family shou'd
be without a oottle of it for a single hour. ]n
flesh wounds, aches, pains, sores, Jig., it is tha
most effectual remedy we know of.?-Newn,
a- t~I.* ra r
ou ?/vuu| w????
After many years' trial of Davis' Pain Killer
wa advise that every family should" ptovhJo
ilioraselves with bo effectual and speedy a
Pain Killer. Amherst, N. 8' Gazette.
The Pain Killer of Perry Davis <fc Son ve
can confidently recommend. We have csoil
it for a length of time, and invariably with
Sold by alll Druggists,
Dec 9,4670, S3, lm