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? SALES FOR JUNE.
BY virtue of sundry Writs of Fiern I'acias
to me directed, 1 will sell at Abbeville
Court House, on the first Monday and Tuesday
in JUNE next, within the legal hours of sale,
tliofollowing property, to wit:
1 House Mid Lot in Lowndcsville, containing
2 Acres, more or less, bounded by Main Street,
J. T. Buekin and others, as the property of Jas.
A. Liddell, ads. J. T. Daskiti and others.
k All the interest that W. A. J. Ware hns in a
Tract of Land, containing 200 Aeros, more or
less, hounded by Jas. Killingsworth, (Jeo. Allen
and others, ads. Sitlon & McNuM, and others.
200 Acres of I,and, more or less, hounded by
WnJ. J... 1 . ..
.?? juvmiuuv, J-.9UIU jonets ami outers, ns llic
property of \Vm. Harris, uds. 11. T. Tustin.
T. R. COCHRAN, s a.i?.
ShefTa Officc, May 15), 1858.
ABBEVILLE AND WASHINGTON
ABBEVILLE to WASHINGTON
THE PRORIETOR of this well established
Line takes this method of informing the j
public that he has changed his Sclieduic,for the
convenience of passenger*.
The Stage will he detained at Abbeville Court
Ilouse, until half past 0 o'clock, on M()N1>.\Y,
WEDNESDAY mid FRIDAY morning*, affording
an opportunity for passengers on the
morning train from fi'roeiiville to jm> 'directly
through to Washington, Ga.. the same day, eon- j
neeting with the train at Wnshiejrtnn f?r A?ipiistu,
Montgomery, Ala., or Memphis.'IVnn.
The Staue will leavo Washington, (!a, on
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY
The Line boa b-'ou refitted with a ndcndld
good Teams nnd an experienced driver.
O" Passengers from all points above Newberry,
going West, will find that they can reach
Bny point west of Atlanta in exact I v the s.iiui;
time, and ivith Io?s expense than by way :
? For further information npplv to
JOHN McBRYDE, Ag't,
Abbeville C. I!.,S. (\ |
May 2fi, 1808 fi ly
HAYING f-old my Neirroes nnd I'lantation, I
nnd everything appertaining thereto, <>n I
me am uny 01 .it'.M'i next, I i ?>irc lo toll nt
Auction, at my laic resilience, my
Viz: one excellent Seven nnd a lialf Oclnvc
having been used lint little, several Ill'IMCAUS,
of Rosewood anil Mahogany. ('AI'I'KT.S, innquite
fine; SOFAS. TETE A-TETES, -CARDTAI1LES,
<!tc. Also, a set of good IHNING
TABLES and SIDE-ROA Rl>. A lot of
BEDS AND BEDSTEADS,
BlUTi'BDia ?3r/ij3J7 D 'III,
??nd ninny other thine* Pitch as KITCHEN and
PANTItV FURNITURE, <fcc. Also?
Ono Largo Family Carriago. |
TERMS.?Credit will lie given until the first i
of January, l^KO, with interest fioin llic first of
JAMES C. IIAUPER.
_JVIay 22, 1858. ft t?w
Fresh Arrivals at Kerr's Grocery
and Provision Storo.
1 A Ens. choice Rnenn Sides; 2'100
JLUjUVJI/ 1I>p. do do Should*,
4 llhds. beautiful X. 0 Sugar,
1 n . i ir .i
iu nuia. v; i t-no'.v rsnijnr,
R ?' Standard Crushed Sugar,
2 " " Powdered Sugar,
2S Bags prime Itio Collie,
lOOSacke Liverpool Salt.
100 Kegs Nails?assorted hizos,
<i lllids. W. I. Molaspes,
10 IJbls. Golden Svrup,
6 " N. O. "do
2 Tons Iron, 1J 1?v A, and A and J by *2,
2 " White Lead,
f?0 Doses Freneh and American Window
fiOO llw. Putty,
500 Gallons I.ineeed Oil,
400 " Farmers' and Machine Oil,
j*. inrui' uMcnineni or Yuruiehes, colored
A large lot of clioicc Chewing Tobacco
and fiegara, nf the tiuc.st quality thul
can be produced.
A small lot of choice Wines and Liquor?, consisting
of fine old French Hrandy, Old Family
Rye Whisky. Rum, Madeira, I'ort, Claret, llock
and Champagne Wines, of the hest brands.
The above goods will he deposed of at a small
v. advance on cost, for cash, by
II. S. KERR.
May 26, 1868 5 3t_
THE NEW AMEltlCAN CYCLOPEDIA.
REASfltfS FOR BUYING IT'
The Ways and Means of Buying It.
TIIE NEW AMERICAN CYCLOPAEDIA is
popular without being superficial, learned
but not pedantic, comprehensive but sufiieieiitly
detailed, free from personal pique and parly
prejudice, fresh and yet accurate. It is a complete
statement of all that is known upon
eveiy important topic within the scope of human
intelligence. Every article in it has been specially
written for its pag?s by men who are world
renowned upon tlie topics of which they fipeitk.
They are required to bring the subject up to the
present moment; to state just how it stand* now.
All th? statistical information id from the latexl
reports;.the geographical accounts keep paec
with the latest explorations; historical mntters
include the freshest just views; the biographical
notice* not only speak of the (lead, but also of
the living, and of the living up to within the last
And the work is cheap: three dollars a volume;
and each volume contains more?wo have
carefully computed the contents of bot h, more than
the whole six volumesof Bancroft's history, which
are sold at two dollars a volume, making in all
twelve dollars. Every family ought to possess a
copy of the New Cyclopaedia. It is 11 library in
itself. Let each man save twenty-five cents a 1
week, and by the time the work is complete he 1
can not only own the fiften volumes, but also a
handsome book-case to keep them in. Save five I
rents a day, (a little sclT-denial will do it,) and
you save euongh to buy a set of books which
will give you sound information upon all points
about which you wish to inquire. School
cnnaren,?certainly the members of our Iligli
schools?can all have il Save (he pennies which
are given to you, run errands and " do chores,"
' f" ivhen you can, and thus earn aquurter of a dollar
a week?and Ihe the task is done. Mechanic*!
you have not much time to read; this then
isjusl the work for you ; it will help you upon
all points of inquiry, and three hours over work
per week will buy it. Lawyers, physicians,
clergymen ! it will give breadth and accuracy
to your information, and add largely to your influence
THE NEW CYCLOPAEDIA i
Will be completed in 15 volumes royal 8vo. ; $3 '
per volume, iu cloth; $3 50 in library leather;
$4 half morocco ; $4 50 half Russia extra. 1
D. APPLETON A CO., Publishers,
Nos. 346 & 848 Broadway.
BRANCH, ALLEN A CO., Agents, who will
delivar the work to Subscribers at publishers'
r M ay 19, 1868. A 3m
Bacon for Sale.
WE ba*e in store 10,000 ft*., of choice BA- l
CON SlnES, which will be sold low for
J. A N. KNOX.
May M. IS58. 5 2t 1
Cheese, Raisins and Figs. 1
YU8T iftoeiTtd a supply of tb? abora goods i
#P i? fipe order, for hI? by
H. S. KERR.
May 26, 18*8 5 2t |
mi: TLIII: TO en
AndL Sots of
COLLARS & 8LBBVES,
li iJXi] SIIl/DIlSlrJ'
TOR SUCH GOODS,
GRAY & ROBERTSON'S
3STO. 1, Gri'miito Tlango,
ARP.I'VILM-: C. II.
INT?y I?.?. 1P/W -1 3w
i iic ijcsi timiccio maKc From *2U To
50 IVr Centum!!
E. M. & S. A. WINESTOCK
r>I"(i l.KAYK to inform (lie public Unit Il??-y
) iirw dc-irous of in: 1;iit<t a change in their biminfCM.
mid now otl'.T their tiiiusually lnri;o Stoi.'k
ol (itiotlsnt New York first cost prices, without
expenses. Till* Slock has been i"fpl?-ii!sli ?-?l ill is
season, willi a tiroat mini v bountiful styles, c?uhistiiifi
Ready Mado Clothing,
Huts and Caps, of the Latest Styles,
Shirts, Collars. Cravats, Hosieryi
(I loves, Socks, tfcc ,
l'ockui, Noli; an.1 Memorandum Rook?,
" Knives, K.isors and Sjtraps.
I'iiif Violins, uii'l Strings,
Stalioiierv, I Vifn lurries, Soups, Ac.,
linbivllas and Walking Canes,
A very large Slock id
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers
And 1 Soys' Slltil'.S:
]bonaus and Coarse !?:>ots,
o;,t(jini v.-rv ii:i" II WAXA SKGAKS,
of I lie li?s! I Iran ds.
Very tine <11 i:\VlNU TOlJACCt);
TV',the. with thousands of oilii-r atliol's to')
numerous to mention. Uv railing in; us von will
till i llrit il will pay, even l!|C|jir|, voil llliiy I'uiiio
h distance of -I) or 30 mile*. \V.* arc satisfied
our Slot;, is tin- largest, best and cheapest in the
up n.unlry, and wi- f id assured that any one in
want of minds in our lin?\ can do w e 11 hv calling
on us, as wo arc determined to do as we snv??
Any one wishing In buy our whole Mock can do
wel1, r- we will jrivo reason able terms.
We would also say a few wo:ds
To thoso who aro Indobtod
to n?, either by Note or open Account. Such
persons will please come up and pay ns. as we
wi.-li it t?> !? "li-itiutrtly understood th it we don't
<lr> n rtvilit lu*iue.?.s Wii'-n we did clmrifi'
thinirs t ? s'iiiio |vrsons it, was only for n short
time; therefore, we trust thsit mir friends \\ill
conn' in unil Iii-Iji us will what over amount they
can, towards their Accounts or Notes, in our
Utiiiti'tnhor (he where you can hny the
l>est Clothing it rid Furnishing tlooils at New
York first eo-t?at
it. .M. -v. >. A. WIN r.-TOCK'S
Clothing Depot, mrntripl' the Marshall Mouse,
Abbeville II., S. ('.
May 1'.', ISr.3 4 fi^jiily
TO PROPRIETORS, ARCHITECTS AND
PRACTICAL HOUSE PAINTER,
WOULD inform the inhabitants of Abbeville,
ami the public generally, (hat he
haM permanently located at. Ahlieville C. JL, for
the purpose <?l" pursuing; his profession. From a
long experience in Kurope, and many of the
principal Towns of America, combined with n
steady attention lo business, lie flatters lumsolf
that he will lie able to give entire satis'ncliou to
all wlio wish to have good House Paiiitinn done,
anil will favor him with iheir orders. lie feels
himself competent lo finish all
Graining, Marbling, Paper Hanging: &c.
His experience and skill in his profession will enable
liini to complete all work in his lino at very
Clinches, Halls, Staircase Walls, Mantle Pieces
?te , finished in imitation of Marlile. Rooms
Papered, Paneled with Oak P.iper, and varnished
in the best style.
He is prepared lo paint all old and new work,
and Tin Roofs, outside. Also, inside or outside
of Rou^'h ousted Walls of private or public buildiiiL's
in imitation of 11113* color of stone, at one
third of the cost, usually charged, by substituting
a composition of his own which has been fn 113tested,
and will stand good for years. Window
Sashes of private and public buildings glazed at
lie will also keep on hand and for sale all kinds
of Mixed Paints in quantities to suit purchasers.
And also, n great variety of paper suitable for
Hod Ro 1119, Dinin?. and Drnwim? Itnnma n?
will paint tfigus on glues or wood, ut shoit notice.
C3T" Office in the Wooden RuilJing adjoining
the Marshall House.
May 12, 1H5& 3 ly
II"FI SUBSCRIBER ofTerH for pale upon a lib.
er:d credit to an approved pnrelinBer, his
Dwelling Houfr. Store House, and Stock of
Coods, loruted al Mt. Carmel, 3 miles from Cal
houii'a Mills. The place is healthy und desirable,
and a good stand for business. The buildings
nr?* complete nnd in good repair, with a good
well of water,garden ami orchard attached?together
with '10 acres of Wood Land, half gnile
* Also, for Cash, 7 fine NEGROES, consisting
of a woman and (j children, ranging Irom 17 to
2 yenrn of ngc.
Ml. Caimel, Abbeville District, R. C.
May 20, 1858 6 tf
DR. S. HENRY BEARD,
Graduate of the Baltimore Collccre of
HAS permanently located ut Abbeville C.
II., and solicits n shnro of public putronnge.
Teeth inserted from one to full upper and
lower seta. Exposed nerves destroyed nnd trontad,
free from pain. Having purchased an office
Right, of Dr. lilandy, of Haltimore, I am prepared
to insert teeth on the Oheoplnetic process.
Oflicp, t>vo doors below Dandy's Corner,
Abbeville C. II, 8. C.
April 22, 1858 1 ly
Press please copy.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!!
Thfl AWiftTnllo Turin?i
mwv vmav Mvuaiu iUlilDi
THE Abbeville Steam Mills ft.i now in good
repair, nnd make a* large a yield of beautiful,
white flour bb any Mills in the country.?
M these Mills you will ftlwsya find accommodating
millora, who understand ;hoir bosinesa. All
thev aak is a fair trial.
Recollect that thut Mills art tfu Hill* for j/ou
!o patroniz*. We will insnre satisfaction in *11
eases. Small favors thankfully reemctt.
March 4, 1868. 45 V |
CELEBRATED DOUBLE SCREEN
fpilK SUBSCKIISKK having purchased t!io
-1- Right for 1 liitt State, now <>ll?n? to Planters
these justly celebrated Fans for cleaning Wheat.
This Fan is superior to any tiling of the kind
now iit ust% as the number of premiums awarded
ut different iState Fairs wi!l attest. It is simple
in iis structure, easily rigged, works well, and
when out of order, ean he repaired l?y any orJinary
mechanic. It is adapted to cleaning all
kinds of grain. For further particulars nee Hand
Dill, which will be furnished any one desiring
Cotton Gins and Threshers.
Also constantly on hand a supply of Cotton
Gins, which I warrant to l>c equal to any made.
Also, n lot of Threshars which are so extensively
known that I deem it unnecessary to eulogise
These .Machines aro all manufactured in this
place. l?y skillful workmen, and of the very best
material, and warranted to do what is said for
(hern. Any order? for ?-it lic?r of the above Miichines,
addressed to the nuliKcrilicr, or left, with
my Traveling Agents, will be promptly intended
Abbeville C. IT , S. C , May ft, Is.'iS ?Hin
ir,T Independent Press, I-M^ficld Advertiser
and Newberry liising Sun, copy .'I months.
32 ? ? S S "ft CO ID ii 3 IF @
WOl.'I.I) again [>ut (lie public in mind o! the
best way to save money ; and we will *:iy
as In-lb < , (lint for the (?u?h we will [live yon
Goods cheaper than was ever ottered in this
market. Their Dress (iood.s are from the cheapest
to the highest, iiiul everything else ill proportion
Prints from fl 1-4 to 12 1-: of the best
I.'iwtts from ii I -1 to f,0 ct.i
Organdies, i!f> ets to ?1,
Organdy 1'ohe a Qnilles, nil
Tissue Kobe a (jiiilles,
J'aroda 1)? ii I ?11- I )iical]s, something new,
Silks |Vi.m S'.l lo >
Mantilla* from $1.50 to S'ifi.on,
Collars, a l.irge stock, from 1*J 1 2 cts. to
Setts Collars and Sleeves from 7f) cts. to
IWouriiini; (JimiiIs, a full stock.
Rut there i< ri<> use l<> enumerate as our Slock
is lull and complete. Wi- invite the attention of
! tin: l.adies to lii.? ahove; ami t<> the Farmers wo
i ?\vill nav our SlmJ: of heavy (>oods is I mix'*', ami
J Wo have taken ijroal cure I'lV >> :i Slock thai
| will suit 11k-iii in quality ami price. (Isuahurg.s
[ at the same low price, II els.; Meadicd mid
I I'mwii Shirtinjjs from t? 1-4 to 12 1 - els.;
Stripes, a l.iryc stock ; anil ill
we call show you something new in ftvlc and
price. A n?od stuck of
to which we invite Y'.'u t<> call au<l see. A!! vvo
cau say is. coti'.e to .Mootti: ?fc Qt-\\i''i: if you
want. tSond-; low down.
l'oTi't forget the p!ucc?fust tloor North of
X. 1J.?No Goods will l?o taken ImeU when
onee sold, unless tile tioods he damaged before
__ April I I, IS'-tf f. 1 _ tf
GAS LIGHT! GAS LIGHT!
?! ft T K ItKSI'Kt'TFL" I.I.V inform our friends
w W and the pu'dic that wo have purchased
tli- oxcln-ive rijjlit to fell, in this District, Dan
iom <x i v s I "ill vi> , Selt-Cieneruliii'j
ami can supply every family with the most Iv-aiit
fill anil economical light now ia use It id no
trouble to keep them in order, aad th<*ir iiiipo/?sibility
of explosion renders them invaluable.?
One burner will give as much litiht as seven cantiles,
at the trivial cost of about, one'ceiit per hour,
ami can be litteii in uny other Lamp at small expense.
We will keep on hand n. supply of splendid
Parlor and other Lamps,
at all prices. This light is adapted to Churches,
Hotels, Stores and Dwellings.
Cull ami Fee for yourselves, at
JORDAN ?fc McLAlCH LIN'S
No .'I, Granite Range,
Abbeville C. II., S. C.
April 2?, 1853 1 tf
GADSDEN COUNTY, FLORIDA.
rPHFi TRACT contains about Twelve TTunJ
dred Acres- Ihe greater part aralile land,
well suited to tlic rillllll'V of Cotton.
About Four Hundred Acres of it is lirst-rale
Woodland, capable of prodiieiiti; Might
Hundred or u Thousand pounds of 'A'oIkicco
Any person wishing to purchase Land in Florida,
can tr< t an excellent place, on reasonable
te-nis, by npplying to S. H. STEVENS, of
Quinci/, Florida ; or the undersigned, at Jieaufort,
HENRY 1-. VERDIKR,
May IS, lfi'.S 4 fini
FOIt PLASTERS' USE.
IX h11 the lending branches of manufacturine
industry, the great practical superiority of
Singer's Sowing Machines is a fuel established
hcvond dispute. No tailor. shoe nuiniifiictnror,
clothier, Hi-amsircss, dress-maker, saddler, car
riage trimmer, hat manufacturer, Ac., <fcc., can
ntl'ord to do without tliom.
One Thousand Dollars a Year
Is only a fair nveragn of the actual profit from
the use of each one of these Machines, and, fur
confirmation of this truth, we refer to any one
of the thousunds of persons who use llirm. They
are adiipted to every sort of work, fine or coarse,
upon si!k, cotton, linen aud woolen fabrics, nlso
light and heavy leather. They never fail to give
To nicet the growing demand for a smaller and
more elpgant machine for private household purposes,
we huvo just produced, and arc ready to receive
Singer's New Family Sewing Machine,
Which is the most compact nud beautiful Sewing
Machine ever constructed. It is ornumented in
the highest stylo of art, and all who sob it are
delighted with it. It makes the improved interlocked
stitch, find is capable of doing a greater
variety of work in belter slyle than nny other
?ewmg Macluno over offered for family purposes.
Price of Family Machine with iron table complete
for use, $100. The birger standard macliincs,
from ?125 to $200. Send for I. M. Singer
& Co.'s Gazette, a beautiful pictorial paper, devoted
to Sewing Machines, and containing list of
prices, and all other information on the subject
It will be foiwarded gratis.
E. J. TAYLOR, Agent
For Abbeville District, and adjoining territory.
Principal Offlco, 458 Broadway, N. Y. Charleston
Office, 824 King Street.
N. B.?Ab Agent for the ahove Machine, I
would here etat? that I have had one of the No.
8, Machines in operation for eight months, and
that it has performed work, from fine shirt cellars
to heavy leather.in Carriage Trimming, far
beyond my expectation. J would not be without
it; and shall be pleased to send samples of the
work to any one who may Wish to ae4 them.
Alao, to receive order* for Machines, and to give ,
all instructions in workinrf them.
ft s. Taylor.
March ICT, 1608 46. Om
' "*. - ,
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
GRAY & ROBERTSON'S
dIHAP CASH STORE,
No. 1, Granite Range.
WE IIKO respectfully to inforirf the citizens
of Abbeville, uiul Rurroumiinir District,
tlmt we uro n?\v prepared to show tlie lurgest
and best selected Stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
we !i:ive ever (lone heretofore. As w? confine
ourselves almost entirely to the Dry Goods business,
wo urc enabled to keep u lurge assortment
Plain, Fancy and Kobe Bareges,
Black and Fancy Sillrs,
To tli"1 HOXNKT J)e|>:irlinent we pay particular
attention, nnd our Slock at present presents
every novelty of tho season:
Plain and Fancy Stmws, Fancy
.weopontan ana Trimraod
Along wit)? ft magnificent Slock of Fino
FRENCH FLOWERS, BONNET RIBBONS,
In MANTILLAS, \re have nil tlic Into styles?
Sill; ami Black Chantilly, Lace, &c.
Our Slock of
Kid, Silk and Thread Gloves,
I* unusually Fine and Lnr^o
Wc nlwnya keep on liarid a large Slock of J
Domestic Goods, Linens, Linen Drills,
Also, nil kiud* of material suitable for boys
In calling nttoiitimi to the uliove 0oo-1n, wc
respectfully solicit the patronage of our numerous
friend?, and tlie public generally. We will
at all times tak>; pleasure in showing our Stock,
any ami all of which we will sell at the lowest
possible price for ('ash, and every article warranted
OKAY & ROBERTSON.
Mnrcli 31, 1808 !? tf
~ GREAT INDUCEMENT
K/ U.X"y ^ *?'t)1c][
printed jaconets, lawns,
It organdies, crate and rarece
llOIi 1-IS, in every Biylc.
CHAI.LV, colored MTTftMNS an.1 SILKS,
P.own mid bleached SHIRTINGS, ut a wry
PRINTS, fast color?warranted t
LACES, WHITE GOODS. HOSIERY
AND GLOVES, I
Spring Mantillas and Shawls,
IIOOP SKIRTS?extensive variety,
LINEN, Marseille, Farmer Satin, Drills?te.,
Bonnots, Hats and Hoods,
the best assortment I ever offered, and the very
latest style. Also, RIRliONS, and FLOWERS
Roady Made Clothing-,
All stylos and qualities.
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES. PORT EMOX ICS,
Gaiters, Slippers, Boots & Shoes,
urlioh'S which I can warrant, ami all sizes'.
A full ass9nitment of
Crockery, Hardware, Stationery,
T?> my rcpular nml punctual customers, ns
well as those who Iniy for Cash, I will Bell Goods
ut low prices.
March 2G, 1858 49 2in
MR. AI?AM FIERNKUSRL, a regular,
faithful ami successful German Tanner.?
In finish and durability, his hcuvy and light
Leather challenges competition with the best to
be found in tin. Charleston and Now York mar
Messrs.SAMUEL KNOX and JOHN MEYER-,
Root, and Shoe Makers.
Mr. Kuox is known throughout the District.
Mr. Meyer ns a fashionable, finished and faithful
Boot and Shoe Maker,
for Gentlemen, and Coarse and Dress Shoos for
1.ailies, has not his superior iu New York or
Orders promptly attended to. Trices will be
mil.V. II Iiy euros (lisiriuillcd.
A liberal share of patronuge is respectfully solicited.
J. W. JONES.
Calhoun's Mills, April, lft">8 51 8tlm4in
Housebuilding and Undertaking.
MKSSRS. BltOWJV ?fe MIIil.S would respectfully
announce to the citizens of Abbeville,
and the surrounding country, that they are prepHreil
to do all kinds of work, such as
Building, Repairing and Jobbing,
Hnd all work pertaining to the Carpenters' busA
nil will* ?- 1
- xi.ivk Kiiriibiiiu ii? imsinrsn,
they hope to meet with a liberal shore of public
G. W. BROWN,
Address?Brown <fc Mills, Abbeville C. II.,
April 15, )858 51 tf
PAY UP! LAST CALL!!
I WANT it distinctly understood, that those
who owe me hod better enmo forward und
pay up. I have indulged them Jong enough ;
and in fact, just as long as I intend to, and I will ,
wuit upon them no longer. Those who know |
themselves to he indebted to me, had better come
up to the " ecfacth" at once, if they are not
anxious to pay cost. Their notes arc now in the '
hands of Wilson <Sc Loipnx.
AUGUSTUS LOMAX. '
April Gl, 1858. 62 3m
1 * >]
JOHN L. CLARK,
REPAIRER OF CLOCKS, WATCHES,
^KKTOULD respectfully inform tlie citi-G&k
ww 7.ens of the District, that he bus JyAlocated
himself nt Hodge's L)e|>ot, where be vfr(U
bo prepared to execute, with promptness, nil orders
ft) his lino of business. Ho is well prS- 1
pared with all the tools and materials of his art,
and (eels confident in being ablo to givo satisfaction.
All work warranted.
ftj" Terms Cash.
April 14, 1868 62 ly '
3\T o t 1 o o . i
BY VIRTUE of sudry Fi Fa to me directed,
I will sell between the hours of 12 and !
1 -6'cloekion Sale-Day next, 1 House and Lot,
containing five acres, more or lea*, ip the village
of Abbevdle, honnded by lands of G. W. Syphan,
Mrs. Catharine Allston and G. & C. Rrtil Road, /
levied on as the property oLT. R. Cffe.hran, at
the suit of A. P Conner, vs. T. IL Coobran, aud
Mary L., his wife. - <
Terms of Sale CASH. . ' * ' a
M. L. EDWARDS, (
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??T Fr?w copy 3 tiro** '
>3n Monday. JBvtmng litk'of June next, V J" ,
i By order of thinV. M. ,
? ,? .c Z' G> AWARDS, EWj.
Ma 12, 1858 3 id
So long Unsuccessfully Sought, *
rOUND AT LAST. ha
I^OR it restores permanently Gray Hair to f
its original color ; covers Inxurantly tlio e
bald liea'J ; removes all drundrnfT. itching and f
nil scrofula, scald h?>ad and all eruptions; makes ..
tlio hair soft, healthy, and glossy; and will pre- ]
sarve it to any imaginable age, rbmoves, as if v
by mntric, nil blotches, Ac., from the face. and n
cures all neuralgia and nervous hcudache. See
circular and the following. c
Dover, N. II, Feb. 2d, 18.17.
PROF. O. J. WOOD <k CO.?Gents: Within [
a few dayR we have received so many orders and *calls
for Prof. O. J. Wood's Hair Restorative, l'
that to-day we wero compelled to send to Boston c
for a quantity, (the C dozen you forwarded all *
being sold.) whilo we might order n quantity
from you. Every bottle we hate sold term* to have
produced three or four new customers and the ap- ,
probation and patronage it receives from the J
moat substantial and worthy citizens of our viciuitv,
fully convince us that it is A MOST VALUABLE
Send us as soon as may bo onegro3s of $1 size;
and one dozen ?2 Bize ; and belicvo us yours respectfully.
(Si'gncd) DANIEL LATHORP &, CO.
Hickory Grove, St. Charles Co , Mo., )
Nov. 17, 1850. J 1
PROF O. J. WOOD.?Dear Sir : Some time 1
last summer we were induced to use some of
j-our llair Kcstorative, tuid its effects were so I
! wonderful, we feel it our duly to 3*011 and tlie '
afflicted, to report it. 1
Our little son's head f.ir some time lmd been
perfectly covered with sores, and some called it i '
scald head. The hair almost entirely euirtn off
ill consequence, when a friend, seeing his sufferings,
advised us to use your Restorative, wo did
so with little hope of sueeesr, but, to our surprise,
and that of our friend.'!, a very few applications
removed the disease entirely, and u new
and luxuriant crop of hair soon started out, and
we enn now say that our hoy has as healthy a
scalp, and as Insurant a crop of hair as any
other child. We can therefore, and do hereby
recommend your Restorative, us a perfect remedy
for nil diseases of the sculp and hair. We
are, yours respect full v.
<;i:OKOE W. TIIGOIXIiOTHAM,
SARAH A. 11IG GIN BOTH AM.
fJiiriliner, Maine, June 22, 18."5.
PUOF. O. J. WOOD.? Dear Sir: I hnvn used
two bottles of Profi-sssor Wood's Hair Restniative,
can truly flay it is tlio greatest discovery of
tlio nge for restoring and changing the Hair.?
Rnforo using it. I was it man of seventy. My
llair lias now Attained its nrignnl color. You
can recommend it to the world without, the least
fear, as my case was one of the worst kind. '
Yours Respect fully.
DANIEL N. MURPHY |
O. ,T. WOOD it CO.. Proprietors !tl*2 i'i'oad'
way, New York, (in the tjreat N. Y. Wire Rail- (
ing MtaJiIIrlimcnt,) and 111 Market Street St. | ,
Louis, Mo. ,
fioi.n nv ,
Jordan <fc McTiAucnt.iv, Abbeville. <
lir.a.Ncii ?t Ai.i.kn, Abbeville <t Due West. I
Feb. 25, 1858 41 3mly i
THE LIVER J
i n v iGr o n ^VTon: !
J IU.1 nlkbU 1>I J-Mi. ClAftrUKU)
Compounded entirely from QUM9,
IS one of ilii! best Purgative and Liver Medicines
now before tlie public, acts as a Cathar- |
tic, easier, milder, and more effectual tlin.ii any
o'.her medicine known. It is not only n Cathar- j
lie, but u Liver remedy, acting first on the Liver ,
to eject its morbid matter, then on the stomach ]
and bowels to carry oil'that matter, thus accomplishing
two purposes effectually, without any of
the painful feelings experienced in the operation .
of most Cathartics). It strengthens the system at .
the same time (hat it purges it; and when taken
daily in moderate doses, will strengthen ami
build it up with usual rapidity.
The Liver is one of the principal regulators
of llio human bodv: nnrl irlmn !
-7 -- . III (
functions well, the powers of the system are j
fully developed. The stomach is almost en
tirely dependent on the healthy action of the
? liver for the proper performance of its function*
when the stomach is at fault, the bowels are
ut latllt, nil (J the whole system sulfers in conseOquenceofone
organ?the Liver?having ceased ,
to do its duty. For the diseases of that organ 1
^ one of the proprietors has made it his study, in
P practice of more than twenty years, to find
. Homo renied3* wherewith to counteract the
V many derangementslo which it is liable.
To prove that this remedy is at last found, j
?any person troubled with Liver Complaint, in *
any ofits forms, has to tr3' a bottle, and coil- ^
? viction is certain.
(/ These Gums remove all morbid or l>ad mat- ^
tor from the system, supplying iu their place n
Q a healthy flow of bile, invigorating the stoniach,
causing food to digest well, purifying the _
M blood, giving tone and heulth tr? tho whole ma- ""
chinery, removing the cause of tho diseu&e, cf- "
K fectinp a radical cure.
Millions attacks are eured, find, what is bet- !
j_ ter, prevented,by the occusioiiul use of the Liver J*
Ond dose aficr eating is suflicient to relieve
H theStomnch and preveut tho food from arising
Only one do3e taken before retiring, prevents
Only one dose taken at night loosens the
M bowels gently, and cures Costiveness. p
" One dose taken alter each meal will cure
car One dose of two tea-spoonfuls will alwas
relieve Sick Headache. I
H One bottle taken for female obstruction re- _
move the cause of the disease, and make u per- ^
H feet cure. . d
Only one dose immediately relieves Cliolic. _
while one dose often repeated is u sure euro for
Cholera Morbus, and a preventive of Cholera. "
Only one bottle is needed to throw out '
* of the system ihe eflbcts of medicine after a long
B sickness. ,
?2?" One bottle tak<*n for Jaundice removes P
all eallowness or unnatural color from the skin. w
One dose takon a short time before eating "
"gives vigor to tho appetite, and makes food
0 digest well.
One dose ofleii repeated cures Chronic Diar.
rhoca in its worst formti, while Suorimor and V
^ Bowel complaints yield almost to'the first dose
One or two doses cures attacks caused by
b Worms in Children : there is no surer, snfor,
^ or speedier remedy in the world, as it never w
1 C3TA few bottles cures Dropsy, by exciting ^
3) We take pleasure in recommending this
medicine ns a preventive for Fever and
Ague, Chill Fever, and all Fevers of a Billiou* T
Type. It operates with certainty, and thou- h
sands are willing to testify to ita wonderful vir* c<
All wbo use it arc diving their unanimous teati- e!
mony iivits favor. . *'
ID" Mix water in the mouth with the Invigor- b.
ntor and swallow both together. ^
THE LIVER INVTOORATOR. r<
Is a scientific Medical Discovery, and is daily ^
working cures almoat too great (o believe, ft P1
cures as If by magic, even the first dose giving
benefit and seldom more than one bottle is requir- f ?
su tooure 8ny.Kiua oi .Laver Complaint, from the 1
worst Jaundice'or Dyspepsia to a common Headache,
all of which are the result of a Diseased
Liver. . ? , ?
Price, OnetDollarper bottle. - w
SAN FORD & CO., Proprietors. / n)
v ' *' 845 Broadway, New YorT. ^
WHOLrtJri* Agents. th
Burnet A Parle, -New York; T. W. Dyott A ?.'
Rous, Philadelphia; M. 8. Burr & Co., Boston ; w
H. H. R>vA Co., Portland; John D. Park, Cin- r<
Ehinitlf.-.ttfS'Iord tc Hammon^, Cleveland;? *<
Falmea^jir A Da*s, Chicago; O. J. Wood dr
Do^ St^JLcujs; Gfabrge tt. Keyser, Pittsburg;
3. "8. ItfHnce, Baltlm^fe. . Arid' retailed by Mil ,
Jordan A McLiWOHUtf. Abbeville. 1
Branch .feAwa&M* and Du#W*?k J
Bat A Inoawb, Colombia. yg
% ,.f iortikir i. mclXdoiimn. L
LATVtmrS HOTEL REMOVED.
SHjJ THE subscriber would respectfully
alii inform the public thai lie has rn. Will
loved from his old 6iand, and leased, refitted
nd repaired the house of Mrs. Jane L. Allen,
ti the douih-East comer of Public Square, whortf
o will at all times he pleased to receive and
ccommodiile any and all who feel disposed to
ivor hiin with their patronage. No pains or1
xpense will be spared to render his guests comurtablc
and happy, while his table will he supilied
with the best the country can afford. All
ic usks is n trial, and he fuels confident that he
rill be able to please, both in accmnmodationt
ltd price, as his guiding inotto i*?"Live ond
ut Live." His intention is to charge such pries
us he cuu live bv. and other*
Thoro will be Stables connected Trlilt IhiA
lotol, supplied with all the requisite'*of a I.itery
itiible; ho that lie will be enabled to accormno
ate buili man mid boast. There will ulso be
onveyancea !o convey passengers lo any point
hey may deBire to go.
January 12, 1858 88 tf
JLVERY AND SALE STABLES.
HILL & CHALMERS,
A.ToV>ovillo O. XX., S. O.
[MIR subscribers having procured the Stables
. attached to tho Hole* formerly occupied by
kits. Allen, Would respect fully say to the public
bat Ihey have thoroughly repaired and refitted
lie pnmo, and that they will in futnro have thein
irovided with attentive osllera and the best of
irovender; that thev aro prepared to take Ifors:8
by the month or day, al moderate priecs.
Tlicy wonld ulso state that they will keep'
Horses, IIaggie* and other vehicles?, lo hire by
IIILt, it CflAl.MERS.
Fob. 10, 18f>8 42 tf
: > VI' () s IT K TIIK C I T Y HOT E L
Oolumlaia, S. O.
PH1IIE Subscribers have made arrangements
-H. with a gentleman, wlio owns Marble
[}uuries in Italy, to supply us with MARBLE,
ivc will hereafter sell the sumo at a lower price
ban formerly, viz: Kanuil M'irble Tomb Slabs
i feet long by 3 feet wide, for 3a dollars, rirst
jualiiy of American Marble, G foet by three feiit,
Tom 20 dollars lo 3D dollars, boxed und delivered
it the Depot in Columbia.
Engraving in the nealest style, at 3 cents per
otter. We luivo the finest designs for inonu
ncn'H, Altar lomh*. and IMui'al Tablets, that
:an be fouud in tlio United States.
liOYNK <fc SPltOWL.
Dec. 3, 1357. 82 If
TO ANY white peruon or pcrgnnB who/will
furnish evidence lo convict, in a court of
aiv, the iucemliHry or incendiaries who burnt
lie Cotton mid Screw of Mrs. Jane Baker, or
icr Htublcd and crib, or both.
[*o any slave, or free pcrsonn of color, who will
uruish the evidence sought iibove.
Address, Secretary of the Vigilance Commitee,
Calhoun's Millp, Abbeville District, S. C.
March 24, 1858 <t? 3tn
C2?" Independent Press and Kdgefiold Advcriseruopy
3 months, and send bill to ihe Si-ereary
of Vigilance Coinmiilee, Calhoun's Mills.
State of South Carolina,
A tilth' 1 ILI. E DISTRICT.
Vbraham T)uli<- and Hal'- )
rict, his wifo, > Rill for Specific
r*. ) delivery of ?Uve.
Elijah Cannon, R. M. )
I . I ? /
i turner, 11 ou ouient, j
[T appearing (o my reilisfartion, that Elijah
Camion, Carter Cannon. Margaret March'link",
formerly Cannon, Jurncs Cannon, Judy
LCndriek, formerly Cannon, and the children of
Villiam Cannon, dce'd, (wIiohb numher and
utiles arc unknown) Defendants in the above
laied case, reside l>eyond the limit* of this State.
>11 motion of Perrin iSs Cothran, Complainant*'
olicitor.*, ordered that ihc paid Defendants do
ppenr anil iiiinwi*r, plead or demur to said Rill
f complaint, within three months from the puh
cation hereof, or the same will betuken pro con ;sao
WM. IT. PARKER, c.k.a.d.
Commissioner's Office, /
March 10, 18.r>8. \ 47 4m
State of South Carolina,
T n TCnnifw
ergus MeMnhon. and wife, cl al. 1
vi>. ! Hill for f\-?r>.
L. Cairn,. JeBMe W. Cnnn, ft al. ) liiiwi, iic.
[T A PPEARTNG to my s-itisfuction- that Archibald
Young and wife, Sarah, Sully Drenan,
irmcrly Sallv Cann, Dunean Cann, Ohediah
unit and Polly Cann, children of John Cann,
eceased, and Nancy Drenan, child of Ellen
irenan, formerly Ellen Cnnn, Defendants in the
hove stated ease, reside beyond the limits of thin
late, on motion of McGowan, Complainants'
Ordered that said Defendants do appear, and
lead, answer or demur to said Bill of Complaint,
ithin three months from tlie pnhlicution hereof,
r the same will be taken pio confenso against
?em. \VM. II. PARK ER, c.e.ad.
Commissioner's Office, )
April 20, 1858. S 52 3m
If AGON S! WAGONS!! WAGONS!!!
ABBEVILLE AND EDGEFIELD!
11IJE SUBSCRIBER would call your attention
to the fact that lie instill residing four
riles below Willington, Abbeville District, S. C-.,
srving the public as usual, in the capacity of a
hjnkfa'l fo'r pnst favors, hoping others to receive,
o wotild inform his old friends that lie keeps
instantly on hand an excellent supply of Wagis,
and is ready to build to order at the f-hortit
notice, anything in this line, which mny be
ntrusted to his care. , Hn would state for th*
errefit of those who may favor him with a call,
int h& has adopted the IR?>N_AXLETRB?
PiU rAiuni HiljnifJLifS which he
?gnfd$ as a decided Improverocutover the Wood
tie. Also. Would oay ill wmnectiorf, that he in
repared, ready and willing to do alfsort of
Kepairing upon Buggies, Carriages,
rjBHIGLES OF EYQRY KIND,
and that ihjr
anting done, will be attended to tiith prompts'?
and dispatch. For, (hp information of. his
imediata neighbors and friendp, he would state
lathe keeps conslaiitfy oh liknd a good sloolt
r Luqibfr pud Trimmings for Undertaker's
otlr,'and will furnish Coffans, if needed, upon
kaaonable terms. Give.me an order fallow-citi
ms, and you shall be f.iithlullysqrved.
_ Jhomas McAllister.
Address Bordeaux P. O., Abbeville DUt.'B. C.
.AJnil 8, 1858. 50 8m
tr. D. MoKtrr.T.AR
tjAVlNO,completed the cqprse of stttdies
H required in the Profjaeion of
?1?, himself in every Way qualtSftd to giveaati*ction
to tboce who nay fav?r him with their
itronage. He mSy be fbtindj&Yiit
fflbe, over Branch 4; Allen's Drug Store,
. ABBEVILLE C. H , & c.
-> r i i m m - aas
For the Legislature.
The friends of THOMAS THOMSON",
Esq., respectfully announce him for re-elactioa
to the Legislaturn.
Tho friends of Gen. 9. McOOWAN, respectfully
announce him for re-election 10 the
tsr We are rtuiiio'rizcd to announce COL. M.
O. TALMAN ad. a Candidate for the Legiriature,
at 111# ensuing el?oliorf.
(TT We are authorized to nniiounce AUGUSTUS
LOM AX a candidate tor the Legislature,
nt the ensuing <J'ectlrt:i.
~ (T7* The friends of~i)RTX ^"WARDf/AW
<vould respectfully announce Iiiin as a Candidate
for tho Legislature, nt the ensuing election.
IW Tho frimids of OA F T. >1. iN.
I RAN, announce him a conthdnte for the Legislature,
at th'e enduing ejection.
I (T7* The friends d( if. A. JON'feS, ?s&., announce
hinf ?' Candidate for the I.egislAtufe, nt
the ei'.ouing election.
rsr The fiends of. cat.. n. h, iiARpErt
respectfully amioftnco bilti ti Candidate for the
Legislature, at the eiixBii')^ election.
tST" A fow of the I.ong Carfft tr\bti4t of
G. NEKL, would respectfully announce h?m ni
a Candidate for Sheriff, at the next election.
EST The friends of JOSEPH T. MOt)RE re
specifully announce him a Candiduie for SheVift
fit the ensuing election.
G3JT The friends of MATTHEW R.
RAN respectfully announce him a candidate
for Sheriff of Ahherillo District, at the next election;
O* The friends of NIMROI) McCORfr ra
spectfully announce him ap a Candiduie f*irShe?ill*
at the ensuing KfctiiOn. *
WT The numerous friends of Col. T. J. ROBERTS
respectfully announce him a Candidate
for Sheriff nt the next election.
EgTThe friends of I). \V. HAWfilOJtN
rftspecf fn'ly announce him n Candidate fbrShef
iff of Abbeville District, ut the next el?ciij6&
Rfay 5, lft.'C.
The friends of \V'T\V. GRIFFIN, ro
npcet fully announce him br a candidate for
iSheriff ?; the eftsiiing election.
t?T The friends of JAMRS If. COBl? announce
him as a Candidate for Sheriff at the euauinj;
.CST'Hie friend* of C. II. ALLEN announce
hini as a Candidate for C!6rk of tli6 Court at
the ciistrfrig election';
tar Tho friends of MATTHEW MoDON?rr\
announce inm a Candidate for re-election
for Clerk, at the ensuing election.
For Tax Collector.
-The numerous friends of V^ESLEY A.
Bl.ACK, Ksq, respi-ctfullv an noun c? hitn r? f!audidme
for Tax Collector, at the ensuing election
O" The friends of G. M. MATTISQ'n, rappee.fully
announce him a candidate for Tax
Collector, at the ensuing election.
...0* The friendH of JAMES A. McCORD reEpnutfully
announce him a Candidate, for Tax
Collector, at die iiwct Election, far Abbevilte
District. , ,
July ?0, IBS? 14 *tJT13
Stato of South Carolina,
John White, )
Rich. R r iilton, ) Hill to apply I'unds, Ac.,
R. II. Wardlaw, Ex's. (
IT ArPEARlNtj to inv patihfaclion.that Richard
B. Fulton, one of the Defendants in this
case, resides lievond the limits of this Stnte, on
motion of Pen-in *t. (;oiiiiait,.CotpplninautV Solicitors,
Ordered that tlie.sai:! Richard fi. f'ulton,
do appear and plead, answer r'r demur to the
said Bill of Complaint, within three months from
the publication hereof, or the mi rue will be taken
pro ronfesso against him.WM.
II. PARKER, c.e.a.ik
Coinmirtsioner's Office, )
March '2, 1858. S 47 3m
State of South Casoljna,
"Wardlaw Pcrrin, Adm'r, j _
vs. |- ISiII fiir Diffc6Yery
Alrx. Hunter, el itl. ) and Account.
IT Al'PPAKING to my satisfaction that David
Finley and tlic diilu'ren- of Samuel,
Janic*, Isaac and William Finley, decentiftd; Defendants
in the case, reside bevoud the limit* of
tli>3 State, on motion of Perrin & Cothrrfn, Complainant's
Solicitors, Ordered that ?aid I&avid
Fiijlev, ami the children of Samuel* .lames and
William Finley, deceased, do appear nnd plead,
answer or demur to the said Hill of Cofrrplainf,
within three months from the publication' hereof,
or the same will bo taken pro conjirasb against
WM. IT. PARK Eft, c.r.A.i>.
Commissioner's OITi'-e, }
March IP, I8fi8. J -10 3m
The Stato of South Carolina.
A BIS / ; VIL L K V ISTRICf,
Renicket <fc Glover, ) Rill for an account
N. J. Davis. "\Vm. M. Sale >
mid others, \ &.c.
IT nppearinir to the Conrt, that Wm. M.Satdi
one of iho Defendents in this case, resida- from
and boyond the limits of the State?on motion of
Wilson, f.omax and il'addrn, Complainant'^ Solicitors,
ordered, that the said defendant do-appear,
and answer, plead, or demur to ihi? Complainant's
Mill of Compliant witliiu tliri-e months after
publication hereof, of otherwise lliesrtmc Hill will
be taken pro confssso against him.
W. H. l*ARl5EIi,e.r.A.n.
Commissioner's Office, >
March 2, 1858. S 45 Hm.
Tho State of South Carolina,
Elizabeth Robinson, 1
va. > Bill fo'r Partition, <fcc.
James E. Robinson. )
, It appearing to my satisfaction, that Jame* E.
Robinson, one of the defend-inti in this case, resides
beyond tbe limils of this State. On motion
of Perrin ft Colhran it is ordered, that the said
James E. Robimoii do plead, ahswer or demur to
Complainant'^ Bill of Complaint, within thro*
frr%n\ l1?? 1
,.....iiuau<iil ucrroi, or mo same will be
taken pro confetto against him.
W. II. PARKER, ce-a.d.
Commissioner's Office, >
March 2,1858. I 45 3m.
THE MARSHALL HOTJSE.
^I^HK Biilwcriber listing pnrfehaaod that eomJL
modiouR and well known mansion, tin*
Marshall House, has made every arrangementfor
tlie accommodation of petmanent and tran"scient
boarders, and hopes, by proper attention,
to merit a free ahare of public patronage. After
the first of October tHe rates o Irejpialar boarding
will be $16 per month.
Oct- 1?57 23 tf.
Ch T. ANDERSON,
SURGEON A Nft MECHANICAL
\ ?TNE acMnw*4 io hirtt P.
J* -Dis7rict"? Mrvi??*Irffny p?rtor#>
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