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ALWAYS ON HAND.
BROWN'S 1*6. Jamaica fiinger,
San ford's Liver Invigorator,
Ayers Cherry tectorial,
Mexican Mustang Liniment,
lloflaml's German Bitters,
The Columbian Bitters,
Sir Jas. Clarkes' Femnlc Pills,
Demi i?* Sarsaparilla Compound,
Rndaways llen?ly Relief,
Wiaters Bnls. Wild Clierry,
ltogers Syrups, Liverwort ami Tar,
Jacob's 1 )inrrlioea Cordial,
VnJ'c Il?!r I
Bachelors an?l Phalons Ilair Dyes,
Henrys Cnl'c Magnesia,
Husbands Cnl'c ditto.
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
Curler's Spanish Mixture,
llclmbold's Ext. ol' liuehuc,
The above, together with a great many oilier
popular medicines, can bo had at
Abbeville, S. C.
June 10, 1859. 1 tf
SODA WATER, ;
i). ww\\\m :
DRXJG S T O IFL IE _ 1
PURE SODA "NVATF.lt from tlie Porcelian !
Fountain entirely free from a?-id or nietalie
taste, is the nio?t grateful and refreshing (
of nil beverages. 11 allays thirst and in at tho
same time tome and refigerant. This popular
n.wl -I-:..!- ~.-T J > -
?...>? uvuimiiki uiiiiiv id |m v|'i1i itu wurv Uliy UL i
D.tycLAUCIl LIN'S, " j
Drug anil Chemical Store, ,
Abbeville, .Tunc 17, 1S59 7 tf ,
FOH SAT.E. i
SALE!)A Y IX JUL 1", 18f?9.
f"|"MlE Subscriber will offer f?>rsnle in front of ' (
JL Court llousc door on Sale Day next,
(One woman and four children.) all as likely as i
ean be found in the District, Lucy. the wo- j
Jnan, is a No. 1. House girl, about. twenty four ; ]
or live years old. She is a trood Cook. \Yuslnar, 1
Ironcr nnd Seninstress, ami of an huniM-- iiis- ' \
position. (inorge is about ! years old, Martha i .
about 7, l-'niily about 3, and an infant about, u t
months old. 1
car Terms mnile known on tho dav ol sale. ' ,
W. ?. itovi>. ! ,
.Tune 17, 1800,7, St j|
THE (JHEEWVOOD TIMES,:
A JOURNAL to be devoted to (because of j
u \- the South, and the exposition of facts ; a
and truths in over}- department of popular in- :
t-ellit;r;Tice and news. j |
. The undersigned proposes a* soon as a sufficient
niniiher of subscribers can obtained, j e
to commence in the Viliaise of (Ireen wood, the . v
publication of n popular New.-paper, whose j
moderate subscription priee sli-ill intro.luee it j t
i/ito every homesteail; and whose columns v
Abounding in the useful, and novel of l.ilcra- t
ture. Science, Agriculture, and tin? Arts of l?oniestic
Life?in whatever is spicy, brilliant or r
touching in Humor, Poetry and Story, with all 1
that is striking or int.creslinir in tin: news and j l<
events of the passing age, and conservative of t
the rights of South Carolina, s-hall render it a 1 e
medium of rare intellectual p'?a.?ure. poiiticji) j
ilirmiiftiKiii, aim (111*1110* ijiiihy i?? iik* ;i
It is unnecessary to enter upon :i lengthy :i
nrgument to prove (In- importance ?>f swell 1111 v
enterprise. It. is sufficient to observe that tliis J
is tin* age of journalism ; tins newspaper lias i
become tlie fourth estate of 1I13 r- lnin, ninl I
the people are lookilur to it for the intelligence il
and facts?for the light through whose genial \
influence, their views and opinions, are to re- 1
eetve shape, vigor ami life. ^
Numerous journal", it is true, with ns many I
different, aims, ami motto*, are evorj-where
circulating through the country ; still the great e
field of Southern Humanity, is scarcely snr- a
veyc*l, much less cultivated. They are all too li
intensely devoted to some one ii/ca, or to the t
more equivocal work of pandering to the u
pride of wealth, and illustrating the opportunities,
and strength of the Almighty Dollar. '
"We want a medium through which ihe poor I1
man may speak, nud in which he may find #
sympathy and encouragement in the'trials, t
and sorrows?in the solitude that separates '
him from his neighbor. ii
A co npetent, Ivlitor will he emnloveil tr. fur.
jiish its columns with observation on passing
Tlie Time* will also he a menus of slimnla- v
ting into active exercise miieh of the latest f!
talent of the District; and ita patroi.s may U
anticipate, from this prolific source, many a <
practical suggestion, an?l sparkling p-in of r
thought. It will he issued every Saturday P
morning, at. ?1.50, invariably in advance. a
IST Subscribers will please address the I c
Proprietor at this place. a
PATRICK X. WILSON*,
Greenwood, S. (\ 2
(^"Papers in the State will please insert
the above a few times, and obi ice.
J uue 10,1851). 7 tf i
WILLIAMSTO N" SPRINGS
mTlIE Proprietors of this large and commodious
HOTKIi take pleasure in announ
o.ing to the public that it is now open for the
reception of company, and is under the management
of II. T. TUjSTIN, one of the proprietors.
The Hotel i? now completed, and many comforts
and amusements added over the last season.
The Hotel is capable of accommodating f>0()
persons, and the proprietors can say with confidence
thnt for largo and well ventilated rooms it
cannot he surpassed at any watering place, nut1
every eflort will be made to meet the expeeta (
tion of both 'he seekers of pleasure and health
As to the medicinal qualities of the water, we
can Si.v that we know of no invalid who ln.a
given it a fair trial but what 1ms gone away believing
tlial Ihcy were greatly benefitted. ,
There is a good Livery Stable kept in connection
with the Hotel, where good llorses and Vo- ,
hides can lie had nt nil times.
The Williamston Spring* are situated immediately
on the Greenville A Columbia Railroad,
in Anderson District, S. C., one hour's ran on
Railroad to Greenville village. 7 hours' run to
Columbia, and 16 hours' to Charleston, S. C.,
and Augusta. Gn.
II. T. TUSTIN,
J. O. WILLSON.
May 26, 1859 f? 5t
Williamston, S. C.
rBIIIIS house irt now open for the reception
-M- of visitors to the Mineral Springs. The
building is entirely new, finished and furnished
in excellent style, and located at a convenient
distance from the Spring. Visitors will find
ample and superior accommodation nt this
Ilouao with good order. The lahle will be supplied
with the best the market affords.
Kates of Board.?Per day. ?1.25; per week,
?7.00 ; per mouth, $25.00 ; Children and Servants
R. R. HUDGINS.
" June 9, 1859. 7 3m
T. A T^Txncaj
x AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
WM. 8IIEAR Iim a large supply of ladies'
Summer Silks, comprising some of the
latest and most elegant styles, which he will sell
at pro Ally reduced prices. The public aro respectfully
invited to examine the a&sortment.
4Hue lft, 1869 3
GIFTS I GIFTS 11 GIFTS!!!
Till: ORIGINAL CIIT BOOK STORE.
1). W. EVANS ?fc CO.,
077 BROADWAY, 077
TKc following is a partial lint of properly
wliicli will be eiven to the purchasers of Bookc
at the time of pale :
Gold Watches, English Lever.
I'atent Lever and Lepines. 1?30 00 to ?100 0C
Silver Watches, Patent Lever,
full jeweled Hunting cases,
open l'?cc and cylinder escapement.
12 00 to 10 00
Gold Lockets?Large size,
four glasses, and two glasses
willi (-print;?largo and small
size with mm p. 2 50 to 12 00
Cameo, Mosaic, Flor" tine, Painted,
Lava, GoUlstone Garnet
ami Coral Sets of l'ina
and Drops. . 5 00 25 0U
Ladies' Gold Guard Chains,
Fancy Neck Chains, Cliato
o UU 10 1? UU
Heiils' Tol> nml Vest Chains. ID UU to 30 0U
Sets Cameo Goldstone, Painled,
Mosaic. Gurnet, Onyx, Imigravcd
and Plain gold Sk'ove
Bullous and Bosom Studs 2 00 to 10 00
Sold Pencils witli Pens, large,
iiU'dimii, and small. 3 50 to 7 SO
Silver Pencils, witli Gold Pons,
large, iiiedium, and email size,
Jotilile and single extension
eases. 2 00 to 5 00
[jeuts' Heavy Sij?net Ilings,
Ladies (lold I'lumcd and
Plain Kings. 1 00 to 7 50
Tents' Gold Bosom Pins, Cluster,
witli Opal, Scarf l'ins,
Onyx, Garnet, &o. 1 50 to 5 00
Iticli * Silk Dress Patterns. 22 00 to 30 00
("aineo. Mosaic, Coral, Garnet,
Jliased and Plain Oval Bracelots.
5 00 to 30 00
Silver and Gold Thimldes. 50 to 0 00
L?cuts'Pen and Pocket Knife. 50 to 1 5U
I'enrl and Morocco Poiie
noniiaies. 50 to 2 50
Toothpicks, Watch Kevfi,
(J nurd Slides. ' 1 60 to 3 50
Told Crosses, small, medium
and large. 2 00 to 7 50
lli'^iilva uilier Gifts, comprising a large and
I'aliiahle s>si-orimciit of miscellaneous aitides,
,arving from Js1 to ?10.
'1'iie proprietors of the OLDEST ESTABLISH
11 i :i I- r in > ii.'^i-i 1*
ri*:i? states, l?r i!>?* uninterrupted succsi
v11i 11 has crowned their earnest ellbrts, to please
luring the last four years, would return their
iiwi'i c thanks tn 1110 hundreds of t housands who
lave, ill |>:?>t time, seen tit to hot-low their hb ral
patimigc upon tin-in ; and would further
entire ihi-in, and the public generally, llmt their
ong experience ninl established capital warant.
tIh-iii in ollering greater inducements than
:vef, and such as are out of the reach of any
itnilar establishment in the country ; and pro>nse,
iii this, the It ft li year of their I neat ion in
Ww York, to introduce new features, still i?reucr
attractions, gilts of greater value and vai'-ty.
A still larger and better eeltctod stock of
('oinmissions and inducements to chilis and to
gents who are willing to devote their lime to
nr business; po that those who desire can
We shall endeavor to establish an ngont in
very lown in the United Sialics,so that all who
i i! I mav benefit hy our liberal system of tradeWe
have appointed '1'. It. Crews, our duly ?iuhori/.e.l
agent fiir Abbeville and vicinity, who
vill ree.-ive and forward all orders with atteilion
A > AM) REVISED CATALOGUE
cad- .r distribution, containing every desira
de ok, new or' old, now in print ; and ac:now
I edged by jihiniiaiis and literary men to he
ho most complete and best classified ever issud,
without an exception.
ire ready !o bo given away, mailed free to anv
ddiv-j, to ali paitsof ihc world. It contains all
forks on Art, Science, ami Natural History,
^dventuivs, Travels, ?to.. Agiicultural ami l>o
uest'.c Krotiomy, Itflli-s I.eltres, Kssays, ite.,
ill?!?- ?, Biographies, Dictionaries, Kneyclopa:ias,
(laiHIwi?, Philosophical and Classical
Vorks, lliMorical and Miscellaneous, Poetical,
'hcological, Keligious, Law, Medical, Masonic,
lanJard ]-'! :(ions, Prayer, ilyiiin and (>lce
looks, Tex IJ looks for schools, &c., &o.
And a thousand varieties ol'publications in
very department of literature. We sell as low
s?ami, in many eases, lower tlian?any other
,ouse in the country ; and with every book of
ho value of oiii! dollar or more We present some
iseful (lift, without an extra charge.
Let every one consult his own itllmt, nild
my at KVANS" (.lift Bookstore, examine the
rices of books, see the beautiful gifts so freely
cattered alining our patrons, ami lie satisfied
liul the only economical way of buying hooks
! at >>"o. 077 Broadway, Lafarge Hotel Ijuildr.g.
We guarantee perfect satisfaction.
Ji;r:K mi; vhimki'i vw
E.\:imiiio our plan of business. Any one can I
k'lio will. Observe llie daily distribution of
fntcheS, C'l'l and silver ; vest, ohntelame ftml
uard chains ; bracelets, cameo, Moasie, coral,
old-slone, gurnet and gold Bets of pin and
lasps ; lorkels, large, medium and small size ;
iiiL's, >:hnsed, plain and set with stones, cameo,
old.stone cornl; Mosaic and engraved Studs
lid sleeve-buttons ; scarf pins, crossed, pold penile
; gold pens in silver and morocco cases and
thousand oilier articles of use and vnluc.
A r; ift willi every book wortii from 5u o4s. to
SF.ND FOIt A CATALOGUE.
It will cost you nothing, and will be valuable
is a boak reference, if nothing more. Address
1). \V. KVANS &. CO.
No. 077 Broadway, New York.
June lf> 18ii9 8 *31111 y.
DR. S. HENRY BEARD,
T"> 173 TVT fi TT ?=2 m
Graduate of the Baltimore College of
nAS permanently located nt Abbeville
II., and solicits n share of public patronise.
Teeth inserted from one to full upper and
lower sets. Exposed nerves destroyed and treatpd,
free from pain. Having purchased an office
Might of l)r. Blamly, of Baltimore, I am prepnred
lo insert teeth on t he ('heoplustie process.
C3T Office?Over Branch, Allen & Edwards'
iV.t>l30Vlll0, JS. O.
May. Sr., 1859. 4-tf
MOORE & QUAIFE
HAVE received a new lot of Mantillns,
Lace Points, and something new in Lace
Shawls, Round Points. Also, a few more
ao spniKr& hoops
May 27, 18f.?. 4-tf
Now Arrivals WE
have t';is day received a large and new
Bleached and Brpwn HOMESPUNS.
Black and White Goodg for DUSTERS.
Black and White flALIPOS.
And other articles which we offer al a small
MOORE A QUAIFE.
May 21,1850, 4-tf
THE Notes and Accouuta of the Firm of Jor?
dan <k McLauchlin are in my hands for
collection. Thero are also Notes and ActfoanU
of the old Dusiness of D. A. Jordan. Those indebted
to the firm, or to myself, will come forward
and make immediate payirient to the nndersigned.
May 12, 1869. 3 t!
I). M ' L A
tstq; Y j 0 x gw
Has constantly on liaml, and is
To \rhicli lie respectfully invites tlic attent ion o
is selected with great carc, nnd consists in pari,
Fine Toilet Soaps, Fine
TRUSSES AND S3
SI W.IML AM) I)E!
Pure WINES and LN1TJC
FI3VE TOBACCO, JS3N
" FAHOY AHB TO
X. 15.?Physicians' pros<ci-i|>tions carefully 001
Mi-divinus warranted genu
May lS;>y, r>-lf
WIER & LYTHGOE,
IX nnticipntion of oliantjintr their location to
the niln-r side of the Sjtiurf, now oiler I licit'
cut ire Stock nf
| H a r d w are,
A LARGE LOT OF
BOOTS & SHOES.
| And a groat many otlior Goods I
too todious to montion,
-A-"t Cost for Oasli,
Until the first of SEPTEMBER next, or t<>
punctual customers at a small advance on cubt,
on a credit till first of January next.
If you want to buy goods cheap now i* your
tiinc. Give us a call.
June 0, 1S.VJ 7 iiiu
A LARGE Mipply of tlift following article.-",
so often used in the culinary depart incut.
Coxes Sparkling Gelatine.
Oswego Corn, Starch,
Cloves ami Nutmegs,
Iiermuda Arrow Hoot,
l'epper and Spieo,
Cream Tartar?l Soda.
Tlie above can be found fresh and cenuine, at
1). MoLAL'CJI LIN'S
]>rug <fc Chemical Store,
Sign Golden Mortar,
Abbeville, S. ('.
June 10, 1859. 7 tf
ALAHGK suppl}1 just received anil for sale
Sign of the Golden Mortar.
Abbeville, 3. C., June 10,1859, <> tf
FOR preserving and beautifying llie Hair
and rendering it dark arid glossy, it is
made from pure Cocoaniit Oil, and possesses nil
the peculiar qualities which no exactly suit the
various conditions of the human hair, just received,
and for sale bv
" d. Mclaughlin,
Sign of the Golden Mortar.
Abbeville, June 10, 1859, 6 tt
HOPE ON HOPE EVER!!!
A NEW DISCOVERY ! !
Vl/Lllimiililll 1/1 1 AJJiaU
COMPOUNDED of the Choicest Vegetable
' extracts, aud warranted to give great relief
and all diseases arising from a disordered state
of the Stomach, for sale by
Sign of the Uolden Mortar.
Ab\?ville, June 10, 1869, 6 tf
Bacon and Leather for Sale.
PERRONS wishing these articles can bo
supplied by application to me ftt Greenwood,
Abbeville, S. C.
J. F. II. DAVI3.
May 2, 1859 2 3m.
Ice and Soda Water.
rglHE subscribers will supply these luxuries
JL to their friends during the summer
months. Ide always on hand for th? sick.
BRANCrf, ALtBN A EDWARDS.
Ji?a* 16, 1859, 8 tf
G_ H.,- S_ O.,
now receiving; a fruvli viipply of
fliis friend* niul llie public generally. llisstoek
of tlic following articles:
J fair and Tootli Brushes,
3Vr IE 3rL
MOULDER BRA ES,
>RS lor Medical Purposes,
riJFF ANXJ CIGAnS,
mpounded, nnil all orders correctly answered,
ine, and of I lie best <ju?lily.
J? O FL
! SIXTY DAYS
\"\7 K wil! continue to sell our Stock of
V T Clouds, which is still pretty birgi*,
Tk rBL" flcz: M.M 9i? rM"'
We also have some Goods which we will dispose
Under Cost to Clear Them Out.
Purchasers are invited to enll and examine
our /'A'/.V'/W. colored and black
; LWVXS, GINGHAMS, SC., SC.,
I which tliev onn \niy now at 'i.r> per cent, below
i regular |>ricM.
j Jtlaek. I'lue and Pink Pierage-1 from 2'2 els. up
l'oile do Chfvre, at 12k't?, worth l&Jc.
Chamliray and l)c H<-grs al. 11c.
Swiss, .laconct and cheeked Muslin, a large
assortliient from 7e. up.
Itrillinnts, while at 10c., colored, a good arj
tide, at 12ic., worth 18Je.
. ....... aw ?l|'.
Hlaek Alpaca, Queen's Cloth, and Prap
' d'Kt?> at. veiy low prices.
Cotton Yarn at * 1 .u."> per Hunch.
!"><? of those cheap X. \V. Collars and Sleeves
at one fourth their real value.
MISSES' STEKL SPUING HOOP SKIRTS.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Still a good assortment for T.adic?, Misses. Children
an>l Servants, also for Men, Boys anJ
liiingy I'ii?I?relIas at $3.50 to $1.
of all sorts, cheaper than ever?as low as 75c.
for Coats even, Pants at 80c. and Vests at 7ftc.
l-'irst Quality Silk 11 ats at &3.50, black high
crown Cassimere at *2.25.
i.ow Crown Cassimere and Wool Ilata at unprecedented
Our stock of Straw Hate will b? closed out
Purchasers will consult their own interest by
; calling and buying from
M. ISRAEL & BRUSSEL.
i . tf ma oniy pretend to sell nt cost ,
liul we will do it, ns the goods must and will
I be sold l>y the first of August next.
June 1, 1850, 5, tf
BRANCH ALLEN & EDWARDS
]_I A VIC just received fresh additions to their
.X. .Stock, of various kind*.
a: B: a c
A choice lot just received.
A fresh, pure and transparent article just received,
which we wiil sell at #1.70 a gallon.
A fine lot of these on hand which we will sell
at Charleston prices.
Starch, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Sod i
Soaps of all kinds, Corn Slarch,
J'ainfs, Varnishes, Oils and
Putty, always on Hand.
AVe will deliver 1'ianos from one of the host
in ami factories in the United States, at any
point on any Railroad in the State at five per
cent advance on New York prices, permit the
purchaser to use them for any reasonable
length of time, have them examined by any
I'rofessor of Music, and llien, if they do not
give perfect satisfaction, we will take them
hack free nil elinrfe to flin ruir,.l?....
We will deliver these at any point on nny
Railroad in the State, or at any place in tliu
District and warrant them to give satisfaction.
BRANCH, ALLEN ii KDWARDS.
Abbev ille, April 22, 186'.l-6m
TIIE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Abbeville District.? Citation.
By WILLIAM IIILL, Esq., Ordinary of Abbeville
WHEREAS, W. P. Dilleshaw has applied
to me for Letters of Administration, on
all ana singular the goods and chattels. Tights
and credits of John W. Dilleshaw, late of the District
These are, therefore, to cite and admouish all
and singular, the kindred and oreditora of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me, at
.? r*?i:?rt?? ' -
..... ilc.t viuiiiiij ? vouri i?r me Raia LMatrict,
lo be holden at Abbevillo Court House, on the
twen lieth instant, to show cause, if any
why the Mid administration should not b?
Given under my hand and sea), this thirteenth
day of Jane, iust. in the year at
our Lord one thounaud eight hundred and
fifty-niue, and ia the 83d year of American
WILLIAM HILL,O. A. D.
Jobs 16, I860 8 9t
Traveling Dress Goods
AND Shepherd PLAINS, for DUSTERS, hi
gre*t variety at low prices, at
GRAY * ROBERTSON'S.
June 9,1*89 7 tf
E. J. TAYLOR, Proprietor.
A large Stock of Carriages and
Buggies on Hand.
r J~M1E Subscriber takes pleasure in informing
JL those who are in wniit of Carrinnon or Buggies,
that tie bus, within the last few weeks,
visited Home fifty of the most popular Carriage
Factories in tho New England States, and hits
with great, oaro bad
Manufactured to Order
some of tho best of work,
Expressly for this Market,
and now oflers the Fame for sale at prices that
cannot be heat in this country. Thin work,
with a larpe stock of my own manufacture, is
warranted to In; of llin lumt iiintnrinl nn.l uinrW.
ilaving made all necessary arrnngemets with
Hie host Manufactures- 1 am prepared in furnisli
to order every stylo of Carriage, from tlie finest
Couch dowd to a cliild'a Wheelbarrow, nt the
shortest notice, and at very low prior a for line
Please give me ncall. and examine the work.
My stork coiiKistF, nt this time, lis follows:
KOCK.WVA YS?dift'eret ulyles,
DOL'HLK SKAT HUCOIKS?no lop,
SINIjl.K SKAT HUGOIKS?difieret styles,
Kxteiisiou Top, Slidin" Seat liL'GGIES,
Single Scat TOP IIUtiUIMS, (tine.)
Wool-sttilled and common COLLARS,
11AUNKSS?lino lor and upwards,
WHIPS,si lsirge Mock,: t from 25 ots.
Fine FI.Y N KTTS, for horse*,
BUGG V UM llltKLLAS, beRt quality.
Children's Carriages and (
in fuel almost every article kepi in n Carriage
My stock of Trimmings are fine and large, and
I am therefore prepared to do all kinds of repairing
at llic shortest notice nnd best style, at
prices that cannot lie underworked by any Shop
in the up-country.
I have on hand a few good Buggies and Carriagen
which 1 will sell cheap.
The public arc invited to give mo n call, and
examine the work, if they don't wish lo buy, us
I charge nothing for looking.
I am also prepared to receive orders for any
style of Furniture, and deliver the samo lo tliiu
place, nt as low prices as can be bought in any
I will nUo furnish SINOKIl'.SSIiWINfj MACHINKS
nt New York piicee, with unly the
F. J. TAYLOR.
Abbeville ('. II., May 17, 4?3m
gray & Roielor
From Former I'rices,
Their Entire Stoclc
fancy and robe silks,
SHAWLS AND MANTILLAS,
Ileal Lace, Swiss, and Jaconet
GZZ2 M.M M'^ M~.~j u^k.. MM 9B 9
Setts of Collars and Sleeves.
'"I^ITE *en?on lining fhr advanced for selling
X uucli goods, ami being overstocked, we
wear# tie term i nod to clear tliem out at a
"great sacrifice.'* Tliey arc all new and of
the latest styles. Ladies who are not yetsupplied
will find this a rare chance to do so, at
JYo. 1. Granite llange,
June 1, ISji), S, tf
COLUMBIA COTTON MILLS
r|"MIIS subscribers have just added a complete
.L. set of
to their factory and are now prppured to furnisli
Merchants and Planters with various styles of
They will pay a fair
for all wool sent them, or they will manufacture
it into cloth for portioa wishing it, at 12$
cents per yard?furnishing the warp for the
Persons sending us Wool had best wash it,
before sending, but it can be sent, just as it
is sheared front the sheep. Rlack and white
wool had best be kept separate.
Wo would especially urpe upon onr patrons
the grcut necessity of sending in tho Wool as
soon as clipped; if this rule is followed, the
parties would always be sure of having tho
cloth in ample time.
We arc determined to supply no goods but of
the most superior kind, and guarantee our customers
that it w ill be more to their interests
to patronise a home enterprise, than to buy the
trashy stuff of onr northern friends which is
only innde to sell.
We will still supply onr celebrated Osnnbiirgs.
Also Cotton Yarn at the lowest rates for
Mr. JOHN McBRYDE is onr agent at Abbeville,
and will take orders for goods, purchase
all Wool offered to him at fair market
prices, and attend to any business for us.
JAMES G. GIBBES A CO.,
Columbia, S. C.
April 29, 1859-3m
In the Matter of the Real Estate
of Joshua Davis, dee'd.
The State of South Carolina.
Abbeville District.?In Ordinary.
John Davit, Applicant, v*. Silat Ray and wife
Catharine, et. at. Defendantt.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Charles
Stewart and Patsey Ilia wife, William Davis,
JosDaria, the children of Fanny Stewart, dee'd,
(names not known,) child or Susan Roberts,
dee'd, (name not known,( Adam Patterson and
Milley his wife, some of the Defendants, reside
without thraState.it is therefore ordered, that
they do appear, and object to the sale of the real
Estate of Joshua Davis, dee'd, on or before the
first Monday in September next, or their eonsent
to the some will be ent?red of recofcT.
WILLIAM HILL, O, A. t>
Ordinary's Office, \
June 0th, 1850. $ 7 12t
Ladies' and Gents'
OAXJZFj Msiino, Lisle Thread and Silk
UN DERVE8TS, for Summer wsar, at
GRAY A ROBERTSON'S.
Tuae 9,1850 7 U
Wnat has caused this great commotioi
The country, country through?
LAST FALL WE SAIl
Cheap Goods for Cash was all the rage,
The greatest blessing of the age.
THIS SPRING WE ADI
rpMIAT we are armed and equipped as th
JL demand requires, with n much Largei
Butter aud Cheaper Stuck of Qooda thau w
have ever offered before.
so far From
THE CASH SYSTEM
Having proved a failure, ench successive mont
line shown a steady increase. We shall nt
therefore abandon the principle, but shall ai
here to it more closely than ever. Old Fogi<
?uny cry, " Peace! pence 1 !" but there aha
bo no peace until it is known no far as the Kai
is from the West, that Abbeville is the be!
market for the purchase of Dry Ooods, an
that MOORK A- QUAlFE'.S is headquartei
for style, price and quality.
Come then, all ye sons and daughters <
YOUR GOODS FOR CASt
And lie no longer le?l l>v those Who hold on
Ionic time nnd big profits.
llorc it is hardly necessary for ns to say the
one of our firm xrns one of the first in tli
Northern Markets, nnd nearly the last to leav
it, and that we hnve ninny Of the novelties i
the season, consisting in part, na follows:
Knrege Mantles. $7.i>0.
Mantillas at f 1.00.
Mantilla Shaw Is
Kohe a Quilles.
llobe a Lea.
Kobe A L Impcrntru-e.
Double Skirt Kobe*.
Kobe A 2 Volants.
Kobe A 2.1 upea Volants.
I'onncts from 2Gets to $10.
Circular and Quaker Fans.
White and Col. I'iquo.
Tine l>aek Combs. $7 .00
Harepe Robes Double and Single.
Pliiin Hareges, 12Jets.
Thunder and Lightning Hats.
Straw Hats of every color and style.
Clothing of all styles nnd prices.
We hand you this abort list but if vou wi
I,rill.r with v.... Il.o r A ci IT -??
yon many good* that will make your heart
leap for joy, nml pay you well lor coming fift
mill even un bundled miles.
Fearing that wo shall occupy more apac
than the Kdilors of the " J tanner " and " Prens
had the kinJiuss to reserve for us, we aha!
make hut one more appeal.
5t is to those who live at n distance t
come to town, and if you cannot l?ny al
of your goods of lis for Cash, you will fin
some of the Fogiea who are clever fellows anever
ready to welcome you inside the portala c
their doors, and extend to you that whicb w
refine?Time! Time! I Time!!!?until tim
shall be no longer on their books, then tak
from you a scrip of paper on which ia written
" One day after date," itc., with your name a
Our advice -vould bo, bring with you tli
" filthy lucre," and pay as you go; then,
Calm will he thy aleep as infantalumbers,
I'nrc as the purest thoughta thy dreams.
ivnu nil mejoy this bright world numbers,
.Shed o'er Uioo her mingled beams.
MOORE <fe QUA IFF..
April C. 18.ri9-10-tf.
Millinory and Dross-Making
111 US. SMALL, in returning her sincei
1TB. tlmnks fur the liberal support extende
to her by the I.ndieu of Abeville, and its vieinit;
during Iter Rejourn amongst them, begs leave t
day thai in lier
she has just received her latest
Pari ian and Now York Fashion
For the Spring Trado.
Varied styles of
Basques, SacqueBe, Berthas, &c., &c.
Tii ndditinn toher Dress-making Department
Mrs. Small would wish to call the attention (
of Ladies to her
now that she is permanently located among!
t+.em. This season she has entered morn ei
teiisivelv than formerly in that line of businea
being alwuys supplied witli the latest styles (
WpHdinfrnnd "M"rmrnino- "Rrmnntc
Colored Silk and Crape Bonnets,
Hoad Dressos, &c.
To those Ladies who mnv honor her with
call she fuels assured of giving satisfaction. lie
ceivintr her fashions inr>nllily she will be able t
furnish the LATKST STYLES.
In her Millinery Department she Will furnis
material, or wiil make to order with the mate
rial furnished, nnv article in this line.
i*r Bonnets, Ilais, <fcc., trimmed to Ohler.
Jlouse adjacent to Mr McDonald's.
Magazine Hill, Abbeville C. 11., )
April 27, 1868. \ 1-eoW-l
IN view of making room for onrfall purchase!
wo will on and nfter tbo first of June nexl
offer our entiro stock of dry goods, flats an
Our slock of dry cooks embraces all the latec
styles, fancy SILKS, TISSUES, CALLICOfc*
B Ell AGES, UKILLI ANTES, MUSLINS an
GINGHAMS, White ond Printed Doubl
SKIltTS and FLOUNCES.
SI., ll.. an T1TNE! mill nnrr
goods nI 10 o'clock, A. M., and continue to d
ao on every Saturdiiy until further notice.
We would especially call the attention of th
ladies to this notice, a* it will afford them an op
portuiiity of obtaining some rich and beautili
goods for a small outlay of money.
Terms?A credit till the first of January nexl
A I'PLETON A 11. M. PKIIRYMAN.
New Market, S. 0., May 26, 1859. 4 1m.
AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES
HAS received from New York a large an
varied assortment of
Which he will aell at remarkably low pricei
Also, a HUpply of Rich Velvet, Kngliah Bruftel
Three-Ply and lugrain.
Of beautiful styles, at price* which will make i
the interest of purchasers to buy here, rath>
than in New York, and to' purchase no'w, rathe
than to wait until next Fall. The publio ar* r<
spectfully invited to examine the assortment.
Jane 9th, 1859 2 ly
THE Partnership formerly existing as the fin
of Jordan & McLaviehliri,- was, by Aintm
consent, dissolved on the 1st of February, 185!
*>. A. JORDAN,
M'ay 12, 1859. 9 tt
Dr. D. A. Jordan
YifiJSb still eontirtuf the practice c(l^adicin
VV and may be found at the Mtfahan How
in ftoom over Marshall & L?4's Law Oftc*.
May IS, 188ft. 3 ly
1 BOOTS AND ?HOL.
(vWT*' THIS Undersigned, having formed ?
I/W partnership for llie purpoeoof couducting
Boot and Slhoe business*
would inform the public that we hato receotl/
purchased in Boston, Philadelphia add Torfc,
I the largest assortment of
Ladies' Shoos and Gentlesftens'
t Boots and Shoos,
r, of every conceivable style and pattern ever ofe
tared in this market. Our entire qtO'tk ha* teen
purchased by a practical Boot Milker. . We fs4l
assured that we can, with great coufldrnce, recommend
our stock to the public a? being of a
superior quality, moro durable than any thai oan
be found in this latitude. We iuteud ttfdeil
,t Leather, Boots and Shoes,
1- and we shall he enabled to sell better work for
' less money, than any Establishment ift To#n.
ii we will barter Leather or work for Rawhidea.
?t The materials of our Stork were selected by
it E. ROCHE, one of the firm, and the work
1 PUT UP TO ORDER.
Vi'e therefore knott the "sttffT its made of," and
>f can safely recot/miendjt. W e have a number of
first elano Boot and Shoe Makers In comiectiorf
with our Entablfshfnent, and life prepnfed to
(Manufacture to Order
any work which may he desired.
Call at Tustin'a Building, next door (0 Cobb';
Hunter <3t Co.
ROC UK Sl rilRISTtAN.
it March 81, l8o? 4C if
.r|B. M. & S. A. WIMSTOCk
I T) ESPKrTFU I.LY inform their friends and
IV customers that they have just returned
from the Northern Markets with a haudsomfc
Ready Made Clothing; of the
Latest Stylos and Finest
in slioit, from the emullcat size to the largest.
Also, a vory lairge and tasty stock of
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Shirts,
Collars, Cravats and Pfioket Knives,
and all other articlea necessarj to rhakt a complete
You can find everything fine and nice, and
for the quality of the Gooda, vory low (or cash;
or on short time. A verv large stock of
Fine Segars and Sixty Boxes
which we will s?I| cheaper than can be bought
\tr _ - -
tie tire very matiiuul To onr customer*
lor past favors, and \Ve hope to rccei'Vo ft nhft're of
lliia reason's patronage.
B. M. & y. A. WtXSTOCfc,
II Corner Marshall House, Clothing Depot
v Abbeville, C. II. Marc)i 31, 1859 49-lf
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April 28, 1869 1 ZM}
1 Off for the
X AM 14 yuuovuuci uaviU); uaioiiuilicu lU r?UIUVff
to the Went, offers .at private sale a very
" valuable tract 6f LAND, tying two mile* East
of Donalddville, OOntainidg
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REOJfcnvia) tb51 wutok. '
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i. A magnificent assortment of lifantiltai, LaO#
m Of tli6 lalMt atjlea. at
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