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New and Fresh Family Groceries.
J. eta N. 3HL3NTOZK1
mmT"OULD respectfully inform their frienda
T v and the publio that thoy have just received.
and are offering for sale, a uew and fresh assortment
Finest Family Groceries,
which they offer low for Cath, or on ahort time
to those who pay promptly. They have a large
stock of everything usually kept in a similar establishment,
to which they respectfully ask the
attention of the public. Our stook consists, in
part, aa follows:
Superior Rio and Java Coffee,
Best duality Coffee Sugars,
Finest N. O. Syrup and J
We also keep constantly on hand 4
A Choice Lot of Whisky, 2
from 50 cents to $4.00 per Gallon.
Wines, Cordials, Porter, Ale,
Champagne Cider, 0
SEGARS TOBACCO AND SNUFF, ?
Candles, Soap, Starch, Soda, &c. ?
NUTS, OF EVERY VARIETY, ;
CANDIES, RAISINS, FIGS,
CROCKERY and HARDWARE, J]
^ SCYTHES AND CRADLES. *
r\ e nave received a lot of Scythes and Cradles,
ready stocked, which we offer for $4.60. 0
TABLE SALT. f<
A choice article of Table Salt, iu Sacks of 10
lbs. oacli?price 30 els. per Sack.
PAPERING, PAPERING. I
A large lot of WALL PAPERING, which we '
will Bell low. Any one desiring this article will
please give us a call.
Wc have in store a number of articles not ii
enumerated in this advertisement?iu short, we n
keep a general assortment, and can supply al- d
most any call, as our stock is extensively varied, a
We flatter ourselves that we can sell as cheap as s
any other house in the place, and reppectfully I
ask a share of public patronage. I<
J. it N. KNOX.
April 20, 1859 52 tf ,
SHIRTS! SHIRTS!! I
JUST received new and beautiful patterns
ianen .bosom and White Mar- ah
seilles Shirts. '
G-entlemens' Reading Robes, t<
Linen Drawers, it
Jaoctnarci Slairts, *
With Carved Yoke?something new. 1
For sale by
A. A. WILLIAMS. "
April 20,1859 52 tt r'
Collars! Collars!! 1!
NEW and beautiful FRENCH POLKA and
BYRON COLLARS, just received and for
ale by '3
A. A. WILLIAMS. ?
April 20, 1059 52 tf ?
RECEIVED THIS WEEK. -A
LOT of Trimmed Straw, and Neapolitan
A magnificent assortment of Mantillaa. T.ne? ?
Points, and ^
Of the latest sty lea, At 0|
GRAY Ji ROBERTSON'S ll
April 15, 1669 62 if a
Second Reoiment Cavalry, S. C; M., ) E
Longmires, Edgefield, S. C. \ w
ORDER NO ? o
rw^HE Edgefield Squadron of Cavalry, will "
JL assemble at Edgefield C. H., ou Saturday
the 7th May next, for Drill and Review. ^
The Abbeville Squadron of Cavalry will as- ti
semble at Abbeville, C, II., on Saturday, 14th ti
May next, for Drill and Review. ti
The Commissioned *ftnd non-Comrnisaioned ti
Officers will asaemble the day previous for ^
Drill and Instruction.
Lieut. Col. BATES and Major DeBRUHL, _
are charged with the extensiou of these orders. ,
TWA m nTrnr?nf.r. ^ - 1
oixv. A. 1xjis.Krx5.~5, uoi. *
April 11, 1869 62 4t 11
from the Subscriber on the 8th
inat., ft M ARE MULE, about two years i;
of age- It is of a dark ?olor, and ha* been re- C
cently trimmed and roach cd, with some alight E
gear marks. ti
Any information coDoerning it, should be ad- J
W. II. GRAYDON, ,,
Waterloo, Laurens, S. C.
April 20, 1859. 52 3t B
The State of South Carolina, *
Abbeville District.?In Equity. 1
Henderson Eirtland, ) - ' '
North & Tiatt, \ Bill for Account, \
?. \ Relief, &c. j
Haddon, Slager Sl Co., el al. / B
PURSUANT to the Order of Court in the above J
stated case. 1 will sell at public outcry, at
Abbeville C. H.. on Sale Pay in MAY next, (
Nine Likely NEGROES, attached as the prop- ,
erty of A. W. H&ddon, an absent defendant, [
and held under order of this Court. t
Terms:?A credit till 1st January next, with
interest from day of sale; purchasers to give
bond with two good sureties, and pay the costs 0
in cash, and pay for papers.
' WM. "H. PARKER, O.E.A.D. fi
Commiaaionera Office, ?
April 20i 1359 ( 62 ' Ud 8
OFT A TVTPIOMBHIP. " '
Georgia and South Carolina.
EO. L. BIRDSONO, Eat?Dear Sir:? ?
Receiving ten days notice, I will meat b
you with three St/xjlc Hounds: Mucklenohn, a
Truman, aqd Sam, jr., withip ten mile* of Lis- g,
bon, Georgia) on either aide of Savannah River.
Game, Red Foxes.
Very Respectfully, 41
J. W. JONES. D
Capt Wo. Clark aeot to me hia dog Liberty.
the ** Crack *>f the 4th Congrmional District." ft
Two Racea?OaugUt Red Fox, H hours, and b
second Race, caught two Grays, one after the m
other. Liberty though an .extra Fox Hound, J
ia not a match for Truman, 8am or old ifntlc.
J. W. JONES. tl
April 10,1859 51 It J
GROVER & BAKER'S -
THE sahssribers are the regularly appointed "
A genu for the sale of the celebrated OHO- "
VER it BIKER SEWING MACHINE, and
have been for 18 months pa?t. They have do y
objections for Mr. M. A. Ransom,'or indeed for n
any one else, to cross the line and eell Machines j,
in Abbeville; nor do we suppose that he would ?
object to oar selling in Edgefield. We simply
say thftt ws are still the Agents, and will supply
Maohines, and deliver them anywhere ic the &
District, on at least as good terms as Mr. Ran- P
som?possibly better. <
BRANCH & ALLEN. *>
Abbsvflls O. H., March 99,16S?. 49?tf
GROVER & BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES.
IEW STYLES?PRICES FROM $50 TO *1'25.
extra charuk of $5 poit iiemmbrb.
95 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
49 KING STREET, CHARLESTON.
(ranch, Allen ?fc Edwards, Agents, Abbeville.
These Machiues sew from two spools, an pur
liased from the Store, requiring no re winding
f thread ; they Hem. Fell, Gather, und Stitch
i a superior style, finishing each seam by their
wn operation, without recourse to tho handeedle,
as is required by other machines. They
rill do better and chenpers ewing than h seains ess
can, even if she works for our cent cm /tour,
nd are, unquestionably, the best Machines, in
lie market for family sewing, on account of
Ixeir simplicity,durability, case of mnnagenit-Ht,
nd adaptation to all varieties of family hewing?
xcculiug tidier heavy or fine work with equal faility,
and without special adjustment.
As evidence ef the uuquestioned superiority
f their Machines, the Grover & Baker Sewing
Iacuine Company beg leave to respectfully ro?r
to the following
" Having had one of Grover & Baker's Ma.
hini's in my family for nearly a year and a half,
take pleasure in commending il as every way
pliable for the purpose for which it is designed?
'Hinily Sewing.'?Mrs. Joshua Leavitt, wife of
tev. Dr. Leavitt, Editor of N. Independent.
"I confess myself delighted with your Sewlg
Machine, which has been in my family for I
.aii_y mount?. 11 nas aiwnyfi Uecti reuily for
uiy, requiring no adjustment, and is easily
dapted tci every variety of family sewing, by
imply changing llie spools of thread."?Mrs. ;
Elizabeth. Strickland, wife of Rev. l)r. S trickmd,
Editor of N. Y. Christian Advocate.
" After trying several different good machines,
preferred yours, on account of its simplicity,
nd the perfect ense with which it is managed,
s well (IP the strength and durability of lite
nam. After long experience, I feel competent
) speak in this manner, and to confidently rcommend
it Cor every variety of inmily sewing."
Irs. K. B. Spooner, wife of the Editor of Jiroukpi
' I have used a Grovcr <fc Haker Sewing Mahine
for two years. and have found it adapted
i ull kinds of family sewing, from Cambric to
Iroadclnth. Garments have been worn out
rithout the giving way of a stitch. The Machine
i easily kept ill order, and easily used."?Airs.
I. It. Whipple, 'life of Rev. Geo. Whipple,
"Your Sewing Machine has hern in use in
iv family the past two years, and the ladies
pqurst me to give you their testimonials to its
effect adaptedness, as well as labor-saving qualles
in the performance of family and house
old sewing."?Robert Boor man, _Ar. )',
"For several months we have used Grnver <fc
laker's Sewing Machine, and have come to the
idicluMon that every lailv who desire* her pewlit
beautifully nnd tjiticUi/ done, would he most
Mtunute Mi possessing one ol these reliable nnd
idclatinable 'i?Ou needle women,' whose couthin- ,
ii qualities of beauty. strength, andxiihplicity, tire ]
valuable.'?J IV. Muni', daughter of (Jen
tco. I'. Jlforri\ Editor of the Home Journal.
ICxtract of i\ Inter from Tims. Jl. Leavitt, K?%
ii American gentleman, uow resident in Sydney,
lew South Wales, (luted January, Ii, leriS:
" I had a tent made in Melbourne, in ItiiS, in
'Inch thero were over thvee thousand yaids of
wing done with one of tirovnr &. Baker's M?hiiic?,
and a siinjleteun? of that has otitstoud nil
te double seams sewed by euilors with a ueedle
"If Homer could lie called up from his murey
hades, lift would sing the advent of Grover ?fc
laker or a more beuicnunl miraelo nl art than
ras ever Vulcan's smithy. He. would denounce
lid-night shirt-making ue ' the direful spring of
roea nunumbered."'?Prof North.
" I take pleasure in saying, thai the (trover
t Baker Sewing ilaehims have more than bus lined
my expectation. After trying and re.lrniug
others, I have three of them in opera
on on my different places, and, nfter^fonr year's
rial, have no fault to find."?J. II. Hammond,
lenator of South Carolina.
"My wiTe lias had one of Grover ?fc Baker's
'amily Sewing Machines for some lime, and
am satisfied it is one of the best lab'?r-suvlg
machines that hne been invented. I aki
luch pleasure in recommending it to the public."
-J. G. JJaYrit, Governor of 7'enneitee.
"It is a beautiful thing, And puts everybody
?to an excitement of good humor. Were I a
tatholic, I Bhoold insist up or. Saints Grover <t
laker having an eternal holiday in commemoraon
of their good deeds for humanity."?Castiut
"I think it by farthe best patent in ose.<
Tliis Machine cun be adapted from the finest
ambric to the heavies: casstmere. It sews
tronger, faster, and more beautifully tluin one
an imagine- If mine could not be replaced,
noney could not buy it.?Mr*. J. G. Drown,
" It is speedy, very nuat, and durable In its
rork ; is easily understood and kept in repair.
earnestly recommend this machine to ?ll my
cquaintances and other**-J/r?. JH. A. Forrest,
" We find thiB Machine to work to our satisaction,
and with pleasure recominmd it to the
tublic, as we beiieve the Grover &. Baker to b'e
he best Sewing Maehiue iu use."?J)tarn Broth
0 Wf ?VHlll) 4 C7I7I? 1
" If nred exclusively for fninilj purges, with
rdinnry rare, I will wnger tliey will iHHt one
three Booro years and ten,' and never get out of
ix."?John. Eifhint, Nathvillt Tenn.
" I have liad your Machine for several weeks,
nd am perfectly satisfied that the work it
loes ia the beet and most beautiful that ever
was made."?Moggit Aimiton, Nathvillt, Tenn
" I use my Machine upon coats, dress-making*
rul fiae linen stitching, and the work is admirals
#.. i?? ?i? ?
o?mail me D ?t 4\ttnd-sewing, or
ny otbw maobine I havener teea"?-Lucy D.
, hompton, NathvilU, Tenn"
I find-Che wort the strongest and most beauful'l
have ever see?, made either by hand or
laehiue, and regard the Groviq* <St Baker Ha
hiive, as one of thr greatest bleasipga tp our
ixJ'?Mrt. Taylor, NathvilU, Tenn.
"I have' ooo ef Grevir ? Baker'a 8ewing
fachines in uecio mj family, and-find it inralitaie.
I can confidently V? commend'it to *1) per
>na in want <St ft ih?chiBft."-rO[. jt. Thompion,
" I take pleasure m certifying to the utility of
i? drover A Bak?r Sawing Machidea^ f have
fed one on ahooat every deaeriptien of work fat
ibnths, a ad fiud it jnueh stronger end better iu
rery yoapect than work done Oy baOd.'*?Jffs.
>. w, Whabr, NtuXvillf, Teruu
"I would be unwilliagtodispoaeorny Grover
; Baker Machifte fora Urge umoo/it, co?ld I
ot replace it ogaiu 'at pWenra.*?.Jtfr*. H. O.
oovel, Na*hvitle, 1Tenn. "
"Our two MaohiMe, pprehaetd Tromjrpu, do
ie work of twenty ybuug radien. W? *rhh
leaaure recommend tha Orover A Baler Sewig
Machine to b* the beat in Stillia?
4" Co., Memjfhia, Ttnn.
"The Grover it Baker Baiting Marine woika
dmirably, I think the atttch and Fork .JW pt- j
erior to that of any Sewing tfaebiMA T ere*
?w. On fine work. 1 think the Machine wafltftL
e hard to beat."? W. J. Da*., Mmfoit. rfg*
April 30, U5t art
HIS EXCELLENCY, THE GOVKIiNO
m pursuance of lite renue?!. of llie E
ecutivo Committee of the SOUTHERN COI
MERCIAL CONVENTION, hereby appoir
the following gentlemen as DELEGATES
represent tlie St:ite al large in the Conventii
to be livid at Vicksburg uu the 9th of Mi
First Congressional District.
Hon. J. D. WILSON.
Hon. J. IZARD MIDOLETON,
Hon. C. W. DUDLEY",
A. W. DOZ1EK, Esq.
E. ALLISON, Duq.
Second Congressional District.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS, Esq.
WM. WHALEY, Esq.
WM. M. LAWMON.Ekj.
FLEETWOOD LA NN LA IT, Em.
ALKX. A. ALLEMONO, Esq.
Third Congressional District.
Hon. L. M. KE1TT,
Hon. J .DUNCAN ALLEN,
Hon WM. ELLIOTT,
Hon TOIIN T? i\v\'srvn
josiaii h perky, eV<,7'
Fourth Cinii/rcssnnial JJintrict.
GERHARD MI'LLEK. M. I).
J. HAMPDEN It ROOKS, Efq.
JVMES N. LIPSCOMD, l-Uq.
JOHN I). WILLIAMS. Esq.
JVlaj. GEORGE (JKAVI-a
Fifth C'o)i<jrr*K)<mti/ District.
Hon. J. W.'HARRISON,
Ctil. K. J. GAGE,
IIou. n. F. PERKY,
Gen. O. E. EDWARDS,
C<?1. W. S. DOGAN.
Sixth Conqremional District.
Hon. R (i. McCAW,
Col. T. It. CLARKSON,
Col SAMUEL RUNEY.
GEORGE II. MII.LER, Esq.
JOHN M. FRIERSON, Esq.
By order of tilt: Governor :
THOMAS Y. SIMONS, Aid de-camp.
April 15, 1S.VJ 52 11
CELEBRATED DOUBLE SCREE]
THE SUBSCRIBER having purchased tl
Right for this Stale, now offers lo l'lmite
these justly celebrated Fans for cleaning Whea
This Fan is superior to any thing of the kinrl no
in use, as the. number ofptetniums awarded
different SiHle Fairs will attest. It is simp
in its struct hit. easily rigged, works well, an
when onl of order, can he repaired by any ord
nary mechanic, it is adapted to cleaning a
kiimis in jrriun. rur luLure particulars nee linn
Bill, which will be furnished any one dusirii
Cotton Gins and Threshers.
Also constantly on hand n supply of I'oitf
Gins, which I warrant to he equal 10 nny mad
Also, a lot of Thrcslmrs which arc so extensive
known that I deem il unnecessary to eulogi
These Machines tire all manufactured in th
place, by skillful workmen, and of .lie very he
material, nnd wurrented to do what is aaid fi
them. Any orders for either of the above M
chines, addressed to the subscriber, or left wit
my Traveling Agents, will be promptly attoni
For all Repairing nnd Job Work, the Caf
will be required upon delivery.
Abbeville C II., Ajiril 12, lx5'J. ?l-:tm
^V. .A. WILLIAMS
DRY GOODS STORE,
Between H. S. Kerr and Branch, Alle
ALEXANDER'S KID GLOVES
ALAKGK assortment of Alexander's Ki
GIovcb for Ladies and Geuts.
JUST RECEIVED FROM GEMS' BAZAAR.
Ilis latest styles Ladies' and Gents' SPIUN
Of Styles Gleogary, English, Hunting, Morplr
And Daily Expected,
A ell.selected Stock of Straw Gondii, consis
ing of ladies', Gcnte', lioyV and Girls' Hut
Cnp9 and lioiiDeU.
New Styles Parisian Fans and Paraso
The grandest norelty of the season.
With o great variety of new style goods, a
of which are offered on rcrtsonalde terms by
A. A. WILLIAMS.
April ?, 1859-49-31.
A T KERB'S
GROCERY AND PI10VIS10!
A SMALL Lot of choice Yellow Pink 1?;
Northern Planting Potatoes, for ?ale
greatly rcduccd prices.
Gntta Percha Belting.
Jnst received* Lot of tlie <SboT? Beltin
Three Ply, Four, Six and Eight in?hea wide.
100 Dozen N?<f Pattern, warranted C?
Steel Hum,'of best English manufacture at lo
Window Claw, Putty, Oil, &c
60 Boxes best Fre?ch Window Glass, fro
8 >410 to 14>*82, White Lead, Ac. Adamantine
and Sperm Candles
50 Boxes, beat Adamantine n$d Sperm Ca
diss, for sale loir.
Sugar, Coffee, and Molasses.
60 Bag* Rio, Java, Lagtiira, Maricubo ni
4 Hhda. prima N. O. Sue a ft
20 Bbls. Su wart's C. do
14 " do A crushed Swgara.
6 Hilda. Muscovado Molasses.
20 Bbffe. Beat Is'ewaO^leana Syrop.
lime, Plaster an* Hydraulic Cejpellt
Always on hand, at Joweat priest.
UUUKttS, TUJJS, KfcUERS, CHURN!
JL Iftrge supply of W6r?d?n Ward ot *11 kiod
Traw Chain*. Ipa4u tn4-fk?reh,
Of ?r<rry Vini-alw?y? on hand. . fltravCaUw?
Plo* Hjn-roir*; Ac,
? " < ^ /. "
ttardvpare RAd Cntlery,
Of er.ery for t*U l*n for
Anrir<08fl?*?-4fc' * * '
r '- - y To
MOTION XilNS of the B*rQu?lity, wt
iLt r ifoh Wa? datifartd at^ny Rrf
read Landing in lE*St*ta, H'1^ p?r BAW.
For pactieulftrB s^dreM * t >
yv ; i. m BLUrfr,
,* Wuuiaboroi B. <
PMimap# ?War4*d U tfc* 8t*U Fair, tfowi
What has caused this great commotion,
The country, country through ?
LAST FALL WE SAID
Cheap Goods for Cash was all tho rage,
The greatest blessing of the age.
THIS SPRING WE ADD :
U r I MI AT we nre Armed nnd equipped ns the
' JL demand requires, with a much Larger,
Better nnd Cheaper Stock of Goods Ihun we
have ever offered before.
10 SO FAR FROM
THE CASH SYSTEM
Having proved a failure, eaoh succcssivo month
lias shown a steady increase. We shall not
therefore abandon the principle, but. shall ad- 1
here to it more closely than over. Old Fogies
may cry, " Pence! pence If" but there shall
be no peace until it is known ns far ns the Knst
io f...... ?l... in :ii ... -
......... ....J .. uiat mMievuie IS 1116 UPFt |
market f?r the purchase of Dry Good#, and
tliat MOOK1C A QUAIFE'S is headquarters (
for style, priec ami quality.
Come then, all ye sous and daughters of ,
YOUR GOODS FOR CASH
And lie u<> lunger 1<-'<1 by those who hold out
long time and big profits.
Here it is hardly necessary for us to eav that
one ?>f (>iir firm was one of the first in the
Northern Markets, and nenrly the last to leave
it, and that we have ninny of the novelties of (
the bt-iipoii. c iisisting in part, as follows: ,
Barege Mantle-*, $7.50. ,
Mant i Hint at $1.00.
Mantilla Shawls. ,
Illusion Caps. ,
Kobe Almedn. ,
]lnl?e Mngieienne. I
Kobe a IJuilles.
Kobe a Los. I
Hohe A L Imperntrico.
Double Skirt ltobea,
Kobe Chevalier. ;
Kobe A '1 Volants.
Kobe A 2 Jnpes Volants.
Bonnets from USets to $10. ,
~ F.sm?raMa Barege.
V Circular and Quaker Fans. I
White ami Col. Pique.
Tine Hack Combs, ?7.00
Itarcgi! Robes Double au<l Single.
l'lniti Bareges, l'i.Jets. t
e Thunder and Lightning lints. i
rs Straw llats<>f every color and stylo,
t- Clothing of all styles and prices.
w "We hand yon this short list but if you will
' bring with you the, CASH, we can show
I yon many goods that will make your hearts j
1 leap for joy, and pay yon well for coming fifty
and even an bundled miles.
' J Fearing that we shall occupy more spac^ ]
1 than the Kditors of the" Banner" and " Press"
had the kindness to reserve for us, we shall
make but one more appeal. <
It is to those who live at a distance to |
hi come to town, and if you cannot buy all
e. your goo.Is of us for Cash, you will find I
|v some of the Fogies who arc clever fellows and <
u'e ever ready to welcome you inside the portals of
their doors, and extend to you that which we
is refuse?Time! Time!! Time!!!?until time
st shall be lio longer ou their books, then take
or from you a scrip of paper on which is written, i
a- "One day after date," tfce., with your uatne at
:h the bottom. I
J. Our advice ""ould be, bring with you the i
" filthy lucre, " and pay as you go ; then,
'h Calm will ho thy sleep as infant slumbers,
Pure as the purrst thoughts thy dreams.
And all the joy this bright world numbers.
JShed o'er thee her miliar!e<l beams.
~9 MOORE & QUAIFE.
> April 0. 1859?49-lf
BOOTS AND SHOES.
r-fg"* THE IJnder.xigurd, having formed a
partnership for the purpose of eonducting
Boot and Shoe Business*
i. would inform ihe public that wc hnve recently
[(j purchase J in Boston, Philadelphia and New York,
the lurgeal assortment of
Ladies' Shoes and Gentlemens'
Boots and Shoes,
G of every conceivable style and pattern ever offered
in this market. Our entire stock has been
purchased by a priicticnl Dool Maker. We leel
assured that wc can, witli great confidence, recommend
our stock to the public ns being of a
'' superior quality, more durable than any thai ean
be found in this latitude. We intend to deal
Leather, Boots and Shoes,
and we shall be enabled to sell belter work for
lea* money, than any Establishment in Town.
. We will barter Leather or work for Rawhides.
's The materials of our Stock were selected by
E. ROCHE, one of the firm, and the work
PUT UP TO ORDER.
Wc therefore kpow the "stuff its made of," and
til can safely reconimend.it. We have a number of
firet cla-s Root imd Shoe Makers in connection
with our Establishment, and are prepared to
Manufacture to Order
any work which may be desired.
Call at TuhIiu's Building, next door to Cobb,
iT Hunter dt Co.
N ROCHE &. CHRISTIAN.
Mnrch 31, :850 46 tf
Eiuiitii Reqimickt, 3. C. M.
ORDERS. NO. ?
rr^HE Lower and Upper Battalions compria
_L sing the Eighth Regiment 8. C. M. will
assemble at their regular Muster Orounda for
review, armed and equipped an the law directs.
The Upper Battalion at MoCaws Old Field
g, on Saturday the 30th April.
The Lover Battalion at Bradley'o on Saturday
commissioned and non-commissioned
9t officers will meet the day previous for drill and
w instruction. Captains commanding companies
will order oat the Pioneers of their respective
Ration's Beat CompAny Urill parade under
' command of Capt. Owen*. Officers of the
Line ami Staff are ordered out
t Mnj. Cunningham and Capt. Jay are charged
with the execution of this order throughout
their respective commands.
By order of Qol. ROGERS.
n SAMUEL HUNTER, Adj't.
April 10, 1859. 60-St > fc
FINEST FAMILY GROCERIES
?<J For lfWMl
ACKER MERRALL & CO.,
139 Chamber Street*
Corner of College Place,
(Opposite Iladaon River Railroad Station,)
T??ne?l>. WIN"E8, Fine?t _ BRANDIEl Finest
SE&AR8, Fiivet TEAS, Flraeet COFFEES,
. Fmcit SUGARS, Finaat BUTTER,
3, Finest HAMS. Fine?t TOVfttliw
la. '1 And Finest Family Grocerina,
., Of avary deacripitaii, put up for Shipment to all 1
parts of tha World. Catkloguo* will bo furu'tah-, '
ad upoo application.
*' April 7,1869 50 tm
: r> Something New!
3TU?T RECEIVED HINGED HOOP
SKIRTS. For 8a1a <Jheap.
I am daily rac'emna additiaua to my l*rga ]
ortmrat of fttopla hi J F?ney Dry Gomk <
A. A. WILLIAMS. i
April!2,1889 - 'SI tf
th, i . 11
1- HEALED GAITEKI,,
'? BENTS' 4H0ES. v.,
i. A Wga?*a?rU?ent joat opanad by
>:- - '' M. TS&AXL? BSVS*El? ;
.1 Marefc UT, ISO <7 0 <
W. r. PRATT & NANCE, |
Wliolosalo tfer Retail
Newberry, S. O.,
ARE now prepared lo poll upon better terms ni
than can be hail elsewhere in South Caro- in
Una, every variety of Drugs, Medicines and
Chemicals, at Wholesale or Ketnil. Jt
A large and Complete Stock of Paints. Oils,
Varnishes, l'utty, .Giant) and Painters' and Gla- .
zers' Tools in Store: and will be sold, upon a 1
warranty, at low rates. [*'
A Fine Stock of Physicians' and Surgeons'
Instruments. Chemical Apparatus, Physicians
Saddle-Bags and Medicine Cases, and Funiily In
Medicine Chests of the Latest Styles. ot
A Full Assortment of Trusses and Braces of (
the. most- approved patterns.
The Choicest Brands of Wines, Liquors, Ales, .
Porters, Cigars, SnutF, Smoking and Chewing "
Tobacco, for sale in any quantities desired. ?
The Wines anil Liquors were purchased with a 1
new to Medicinal Uxrs, anp are from the most reliable
Importers. All of these Goods arc sold tl
at a verv low nrofil. w
A full anil fresh supply of Spices and Sauces
of nil kinds. Pickles, Preserves, Table Fruits, ty
Macaroni, Isinglass, Gelatine, and ninny other H
irticles in the Culinary Line, will always bo
kept on hand nt the very lowest prices. jj
A varied and tastefully selected Stock of p
Fancy Good9, ltrushes and Combs in endles va- j}
riety. Soaps, Perfumery, and Toilet Articles of (
tvery description, all now and direct from the p
A. Complete Stock of Everything J
in Storo. b,
Dr. PRATT, who has for n long time been
connected with the Drug Interest in Newberry,
\nd whose experience and satisfactory Business
connections entitle him to the confidence of
Purchasers, has just returned from the Northern
Cities, where lie bought the entire Stock ~
jpon the most reasonable torms, the wholo of
which is warranted Fresh and Genuine.
A Competent and Experienced Apothecary
ias been secured in the Prescription Department,
ind a guaranty is given that Patrons can have N
.heir prescriptions tilled iu the most unexceptionable
Planters, Physicians, and Merchants will find T
it to their interests to call upon \V. F. PllATT 1.
t NANCE, at the sign of the Golden Mortar, II
corner of Main aud Caldwell Streets, Newberry, re
i. C. ol
WILLIAM F. PRATT, d<
WILLIAM F. NANCE. in
March 22, 1853 48 3m fr
3. M. & S. A. WINSTOCK
RESPECTFULLY inform their friends and _
cnstomers that lliey have just returned
Tom the Northern Markets with a handsome
Roady Mado Clothing of the
Latest Styles and Finest 11
n short, from the emallrst size to tho largest. H
Also, a very large and tasty slock of
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Shirts, ]
Collars, Cravats and Pocket Knives, Si
mil all other articles necessary to make a com- 5,1
can find everything fine and nice, and
Tor llie quality of the Goods, very low (or cash, 8V
jr on short time. A very large stock of ^
Fine Segars and Sixty Boxes ti
which wo will sell cheaper than can be bought
iny where. _
We are very thankful t/? our customers
lor past favors, and we hope to receive a sliaro of _
this season's patronage.
IJ. SI. A S. A. WINSTOCK,
Corner Marshall House, Clothing Depot.
Abbeville, C. II. March 31, 1659 49-lf
Groat and Valuable 15
r|"MIE umler?ignetl, Assignees or 3. T. Agnew, J'
X will from this date offer the entire
STOCK OF GOODS >
In the Store of S. T. Aqncw, AT COST, and ^
continne to Fell tho same at great Bttrgains, until
the entire Stock is closed out. This Stock is
one of the largest and best selected assortments ,
o o or) s
Ever offered in the State of South Carolina.
All of which huve been purchased in the best
Markets in the world, and at greatly reduced pri- /
oes, below that of any other Stock ever offered
in this Market.
THIS STOCK *
Embraces a full assortment of all the articles usu- "
ally wanted by Planters, Merchants, and Mechanics,
Or all kinds, embracing a complete ussortment of k
Shelf Hardware and Cutlery, f,
Also, a large assortment of all kinds of a
PLANTATION IRON jj
And Farmers' Implements Generally
A large aud complete assortment of all kinda.
One of tlio largest and most complete Stock of all C
Adapted to the wants of every person, together
with a large assortment of articles too numerous
to mention. d
All thin entire Stock will be be sold At CO ST tl
l?rC ASH, or in large sump, will be sold on a a
CREDIT, with good and approved bankable ?
Merchaut* and others wanting Goods in this n
line, will do well to oall aud examine the Stock, tl
na all who wish to purchase eau save from 60 to (J
65 per cent, on their purchases. o
Tills StOOk j
Must be sold" without fail, so all persons are incited
to call and be convinced of the great indued*
meats now offered. _
SlgBed, PETER HAIR,
W. W. HOUSEAL,
Assignees of S. T. Agnew.
March 321869, 48 8m ?
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TEN QUARTER ll-4Mid 12 4 Liaenand ^
Cotton SHEETING, d,
4-4, 0 4 and 6-4 Linen and Cotton Pillow ti
10-4, 11-4 and 13-4- Bummer Marseille* tl
10-4, 11-4 and 12 4 Altandal* QUILTS, M
8-4- and 10-4 Lluen Damaslt-TABLE f?
. CL0Tfi9, ai
8.4 aud 10-4 Deasetl TABLE CLOTHS, b<
Linen Damask Napkins, Boylie?, J
Fruit Doylied, ^Towellings, .
Glass Cloths, Ssc.,
Together wiih ? bfeajifnl assortment of LACE a
sad SWISS - '
Embroidered and Damask Curtains, F
Carpets, Mattings, &c., _ . ?
[n fM?l everytbiag wan led in thfet w?T, And u
iriU be offered at or below city prioea. Call and
iod mc tboin at^ v a
- GRAY <k ROBERTSON'S, ^
N?v 1 Gnaatta nwigv.
Ifcrofa SO, 185* 4#. tf /'
READY MADE CLOTHING^ J
A* TULL SUPPLY of all (be ifHWyiTlttSL 0
A. Jj*t opeaed, aodtor tola abata a? woa] b* Ml
M. BRAKE * BRUSflfcL I
lUnb 1* TS59 r. _ + ijf T
?-??' ' ?
BY virtue of sundry Writs of Fiern Facias
to me dirccte<l. I will sell nt Abbeville
ourt House, on the first Monday in MAY
xf, within the legal hours of enle, the followg
property, to wit:
1 Bay Horse, levied on as the property of
m. W. Davis, nds. T. B. Logan, and others.
The unexpired leasp of a gold mine known as
te New York Gold Mine, levied on aa the
roperty of W. B. Lloyd, ads. Albert Oilart,
ICO Acres of Land, more or less. bounded by (
indsof Marshall Hodges, Samuel Agnew, and
Liters, levied mi ns the property of Silas Joues, (
Is. G. W. Ilichey, and others.
-246 Acres of Land, more or leas, bounded by
iiids of James Vandiver, W. A. J. Ware, and
ihers, levied 011 ns the property of James Kilngsworlh,
nds. John W. Singleton.
00 Acrcs of Land, more or less, levied on ns
ie property of John A. Wilson, ads. Sarah A.
1 Negro Man. Tom. levied on ns the proper7
of Stephen W. Willis, nd9. J. S. & J. U.
ritt, and others.
At the New York Gold Mine, on Wednesday,
le 4th Mnj- next: 1 Steam Engine, Boiler and
ixturrs; '2 Circle Mills; 2 Stamp Mill.*; 1 Lot
lack Smith's Tools; 1 Lot Old Castings; 1
art; 1 Set Cold Senles and Weiuhts: 1 11 Ami
limp; 1 Lift mid Force Pump; 7 Matrasses ;
Lot Bed Clothing; 1 Lot KiU'hen Furniture ;
Bedsteads, with other articles, levied on ns
ic property of W. B. Lloyd, ads. Albert Gil*rt,
TERMS? OASn. '
JOSEPH T. MOORE. 9.a.d.
Sheriff's Office, April 6lh, 1S69.
The State of South Carolina.
. K. Butler, ot til. "J
vs. J-Bill to set nulde Judgrm.
B. Lloyd,etal.J merits, Injunction, &c.
T APPEARING to my satisfaction tlint Wm.
B. Lloyd, Albert Oiilliert, and Thomas S.
avdon, defendants in the above ntated ease,
sk'n beyond the limits of this State, on motion
' McGowtin, Cor.ip. Sol, Ordered that said
ttfendiints du appear nml plea<l answer or deurto
said Bill of Complaint, within three months
om the publication hereof, or the same will be
iken Pro Con/esto against tlu-m.
W. II. PARKER, oe.a.d.
Commissioner's Office, |
March 25, 1859. J 49 3m
The State of South Carolina.
[eiulerson, Kirtland, )
North & Piatt, V Bjl, for Re]|ef Injunc.
addon, Slager <fc Co. # tiou, Ac.
and others. $
T appearing to my satisfaction that A.Wilson
Iladdon, Abraham Singer, Elias Slater,
pearling &. Brother, defendants in the above
ated case, reside boyond the limits of this State,
i motion of J. C. Calhoun, Comp. Sol., ordered
tat said defendants do appear and plead, nnver
or de*nur to the said Bill of Complaint,
ithin three months from the publication hereof
the same will be taken pro. confcsto against
WM. H. PARKER. C.e > D.
Commissioner's Office, I
Feb. 21, 1859. J 44 3m
The State of South Carolina,
\bbeville District.?In the Common Pleas.
James Shirley, } Attachmeut
ecj'n V. PoHcy, ) Thomson & Fair, Att'y
ITflEIlEAS, the Plaintiff did, on the fifth day
V of April, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine,
le his declaration against the said Defendant,
'ho, (it is HHtd,)is absent from and without the
mils of this Slate, and has neither wife nor atirney
known within the name, upon whom a
opy of the eaid declaration might be served:
t is therefore ordered, that the said Defendant
i> Hppear and plead to the said delaration, on or
efore the sixth day of April, eighteen hundred
nd sixty, otherwise final and absolute judgient
will then be given and awarded against
MATTHEW McDONALD, c.c.r.
Clerk's Office, April 6,1869. 60 ly
The State of South Carolina,
Ibbeville District.?In the Common Pleas.
leo. R. MoCalla, J Attachment
'enj'n V. Posey, ) Thomson <fc Fair, Att'y.
lITHEREAS the Plaintiff did, on the fifih day
VV of April, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine,
le lib declaration against the Defendant, who,
t is said,) is absent from and without the limiui
f this State, and has neither wife nor attorney
nown witmn the Rome, upon whom a copy of
less! I declaration might he served: It is there>re
ordered, that the said Defendant do appear
nd plead to the said declaration, on or beforo
io sixth day of April, eighteen hundred and
xty, otherwise final and absolute judgmeut will
jen be given and awarded ngainst him.
MATTHEW MoDONALD. c op.
Clerk's Office, April 7| 1859. 60 ly
The State of South Carolina.
)ff!ee Court of Cowrhon Pleat and Oenl Sections.
I. K. Butler, Survivor)
vs. J. Attachment.
Win. B. Lloyd, ) McGowao, Pl'iff's Atty.
t i HEREAS the Plaintiff did on the ftine~
1*1 tenth day of November, eighteen lmn?
red and fifty-eight, file his declaration agaiiut
ie Defendant, who, (it is said} is alwent from
ud without the corporate limits of this State
nd has neither wife nor attorney known within
ie same, upon whom a copy of said deelara'ion
light be served: It is therefore ordered; that
lie Raid Defendant do Appear and plead to the
?fd declaration, On or before the twentieth day
f November,eighteen hundred and fifty-nine,
therwise final and absolute judgment will then
0 given and awarded agaiust himMatthew
Mcdonald, c. c. p.
Clerk's Office, Nov. SO, 18&8. 89?I2ra
State of South Carolina.
Office Court of Common Pleat and Otn'l Setriont.
1. K. Butler 1
f?- V Attachment.
Vm. B. Lloyd, J MeQowan, PU'ff's Attorney.
jyjIEREAS the Plaintiff did, on the nine*
n teanth day of November, eighteen Hunred
md fifty-eight, file his declaration against
jo Defendant, who, (it ie said,) is Absent from
id Without the limits of this Stale, and has uel*
ler wife nor attorney known Within .the same,
pon whom a conv of said dediutfou miarht K.
irved: It is therefore ordered, that the said Daindant
da appear and plead to the said declartion,
on or before the twentieth day of Novem>r,
eighteen hqndred and fifly-nins, otherwise
oaf and Absol ate Judgment will then be gives
id awarded against him.
Matthew Mcdonald, d & *.
Clerk's Offiee, Nov. 90, 185a 33?1dm
SPRING STOCK, UN,
ACKS9N, MILLER A VERDERY,
WH6LUAIK DKALEBS IN
oroigu *o4 tk>m?sUo, urf Pancj
XM<mio Hajl Building, 148 BroaASt,'
Tould respectfully invite at ten lion taU>?lr WttM
id w'efl-*aJeeied "Stock of Spring Boods.
MarebW, 16^8- jt f2hr
a* yiBa- saBasas:
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? B 3X1
T'MIE Undersi)riH*il having the exclusive Agency
JL of Abbeville nnd Edgefield Districts, for
Grover nnd linker's Unnrnlled F.imily und Plnnlalion
Sewing Machines w prepared (o till orders
with promptness nnd dispatch. n^Mt'lMIIFill
THAT A LATE AND IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT
in lliese Machines in, that tl.oy
are NOISELESS. Mr. I'. P. Bond will Bell
Machines iirnl net numv agent in Abbeville.?
General Depot, and Vales Room, first floor
above Win. Hill's Hardware Store.
Hamburg, S. C., March 5,
M. A. RANSOM.
tXT Reasons why the Grover A. Raker Sewing
Machine ia universally preferred for family
Sp wi in' :
1 Ht. It is more simple and easier kept in order
than any other Machine.
2d. It makes a scum which will not rip or rurel,
though every third stitch h cut.
8d. It conn from two ordinary spools, and thus
nil trouble of winding thread is uvoidi-d, while
the same machine can be adnpt-d hi pleasure.
By a mere change of spool, to all varioties of
4th. The rkiiik machine runs sick, linen
thread, and common spool cotton, with equal facility.
6th. The seam is as elaatic as the most elastic
fabric, so that it is free from all liability to break
in washing, ironing or otherwise.
Glh. The stitch made by this machine is more
beautiful than any other made, cither by hand
Copy of Letter Received from Hon. J. II. Ilammond.
Washington, Dec. 11,1858
Sin: In reply to your letter asking my opinion
of (trover Baker's Sew ing machines, 1 take
pleasure in Baying that they have more than answered
my expectations, after trying and returning
I have three of them in operalion on my different
places nnd after four years trial have no
fault to Bud.
J. (I* HAMMOND.
To M. A. Ransom, Esq. Hamburg, tj. C.
Copy of Letter from Mr. Jonathan M. Miller.
Bt-tcn Islano, S. O., 1)?n? iPth, IP."R.
M. A. Hansom:?Dear Sir: In r??ply tu your
enquiry how I like the (trover & linker's .Sewing
machine, I take plrnsnte in sayiiii; ihat after
using it four months it has given entire satisfaction.
It is simple and easy to understand,
and has never been out of order. My wife has
no difficulty in instructing a servant in the use
of it. I am fully persuaded that iiu invention
of the age is more worthy the attention of the
public than that of Hewing Machines.
Very Respectfully yours,
JONATHAN M. MILLER.
March 10, 1859 4(1 Bin
NEW STORE AND NEW STOCK.
A. A. WILLIAMS
"P^EGS most respectfully to announce to bia
irienus uuu me piiune mat llo lins just relumed
from New York with n well selected
Staple and Fancy
? IL ? ? GO Q El ? ?
SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
YANKEE NOTIONS, &c., &c.
I will no', further enumerate, but if you want
a few of the
of the above, pleaao give me a call. I will be
pleaaed to show my Stock, and if you don't buy
don't blame me.
VW I am between Branch, Allen <b Edwards
and H. S. Kerr, Brick Range.
A. A. WILLIAMS.
March 80,1859 49 tf
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
THE Sobseribere having had the misfortune
to lose, by the fire of the 29tli January,'the
STEAM MILL and MACHINERY connected
in Greenville, take this method of apprising tlieir
friends and patrons that they will still continue
business as heretofore, without change in their
Finn or abbatement of their exertions to please.
Tlioy i-iavo On Band,
and are constantly finishing, ali the varieties i>f
Ever made by them, to which they invite the attention
They tdke pleasure in correcting an impression
thai their Stock of SEASONED LUMBER was
lost with the Mill, and would any that, in quantity
Their lumber Has Never Been Better.
The generous patronage hitherto received
warrants (he conclusion (hat their effort* are appreciated,
and stimulates them in making further
exertions. Their experience will enable them to
select and operate the most approved Machinery,
with advantages not surpassed by any Manufao*
turers either North or South.
GOWEH. COX, MARKI.EY & CO.
Greeuvillei 3. C., March 7, 1859. 46 tf
ESTES & CLARK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
F|i^HANKFt)L lor the liberal oatornage tliey
JL haVe received heretofore, offer fer sale at
the lowest market prices for cash or on time to
prompt paying customers?
125 Bales Extra Heavy Gunny Bagging,
300 Rolls ITeafy'Putalied Bigging,
ID!) Puirpj) Diu.Ho*
350 Whole llu'f Coils Hope,
76 Hilda New Crop
80 Bhls N. O. ?iul Sii^'ir Hou?e Strop,
>12? " Crashed A. H. <Y C. Sugars,
250 "Whole an?l llttir Boxex Candles,
100 Boxen Tobneoo?rariows Brand?.
1000 Sack's Salt, io Twilled Backs,
150 Whol#, Hair and qr. Bib Mackerel,
60,000 I-be. Tennessee Bacon, Hag Itonnd,
200 Bbls. Fresh Thorn nnton Lime,
260 ' Liqtfftrs and Wines,
5,000 Lhs. llemloak Sole leather,
95 Bnlaa Heavy Osnaburgs,
200 Kegs Nails Areorted Sizes.
March 81, 1859, 87 ly
NEW STYLE PRINTS,
Colored Latrnn and Ginghama,
STEEL HOOP SKIRTS,
BRASS AND STUBL SKIRT SPRINGS,
' Ladiaa and MIsms Flats, ''
Aad qiaoy other New Good* joat wesivad, ud
for ?al? low by
M. BRAIL A BRU88BL.
lfarah 16,18S? , 47 if
fjiag titfC frsgoThr <a*Taa?b? rf HetpcrUn
JL - OUp*r7Bo*t% Ms. will b*
h.ld ? *8. * M.
A psoetttsl aiteodsnoA of <b? <i??n and
m#^rkar? aartlesiarly WfWUlt
a*f* f Vs?' r*".v * <"' t- flWrrf?iy
April 15# Uil, v M it