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HIGH & LYTHIiOB
WRK NOW receiving n very large and well
selected Stock of FALL and WINTER
GOODSi suited for llic Season.
Our Stock consists of Southern and Columbia
Plains, I?orsoys, ctoo.,
We are Agents for llicSalem (North Carolina) j
Plains and Janes,
and will have a very larj;c supply shortly.
in great, varieties, eucli us
Black and Colorod Silks, English
and French DeLanos,
English and French Merinos,
Plaid and Solid Colors,
French DeLanos, Robes, the
Embroderies, Laces, &,c.
A rplcndid assortments of White tioodi",
Linens, Muslin Collars,
in Great Varieties,
from 4 to $30.
? e nave ine largest siock oi
we have ever had, of tho very latest styles, and
at very low prices.
HATS AND GAPS.
We have all tlie newest styles of HATS AND
CAL'5, aiul the largest stock we have ever had.
A very Large Stock, and at
very Low Pricos.
"We are not in the habit of boasting about
<sheap goods, but we will say thir. much, irive us a
trial ami if we cannot sell you, it will be your
fault and not ours.
Our motto is, " quick sales and small profile
Sept. 11, 1839 21 tf
WILL IJE HELD AT COLUMBIA,
8th. 9lli, lOtli and 11th
NOVEMBER, 1 8 5 9.
f|"MITC Executive Coimnittcn of (Tie State
.1- Agricultural Society of Souili Carolina,
beg li'ftve to cull tlie attention of tlie citizens
of South Carolina, and tlie Southern State.?, to
their approaching Annual Festival. Tito Pre
iniuni List is a very comprehensive one, ami
Premiums will bo awarded on every article
of merit coming within the range, of the
AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL, and
MECHANICAL Department*, us well itn tlie
FINE ARTS. LADIES' FANCY WORK,
and DOMESTIC ECONOMY.
In addition to the large ami admirably arranged
llal!a for the accommodation of Exhibitor*,
llie Committee has made other very
important improvements, which will add much
to the comfort and enjoyment of visitors.
A SPACIOUS AMPHITHEATRE
will also be in readiness, to seat some thousands!
and add to the interest of the Exhibition.
The track for the exercise and disply of
" fast trolteru" has been put in order, and
the trotters already on build promise something
Visitors will l>e passed over all the Railroads
in the State, durim; the week of exhibition,
for one fare. All articles and animal*.
imcuuta expressly for exhibition, will lie passed
(hi the owner's risk) over nil the Railroads ill
South Carolina without charge, except tlie South
Carolina Railroad, and Clicraw and Darlington
itondrt, who will demand one-half freight.
Visitors should take tlm precaution to procure
Return Tickets when they pay their fare, to
avoid embarrassment and delay. Exhibitors
will please give ihe Railroad Officers timely notice
of such animals and articles hs tln-y may
wish transported, as Well as the time and jtoiiii
A. P. CALHOUN,
L>. W. IIA V,
J. F. MARSHALL,
J. A. MK1TS,
W. R. RORERTS0X,
K. .1. GAGE,
October, 1859 !i5 4t.
O" See advertisement of Dr. Sankoru's Liver
Jnvigorator in another column.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
SIR JAMES CLARICE'S
Celebrated Female Pill*.
PROTECTED ^ LETTERS
BY ROYAL ^^r^^^^^PAT1:N"rPrepared
from ? prescription of Sir J. Clarke,
M. D., Physician Extraordinary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the enre
of all tho?e painful and dangerous diseases to
which the female constitution is subject. It
moderates all excess and removes all obstructions,
and a speedy cure may be relied on.
TO MARRIED LADIES
ft is peculiarly suited. It will, in a short timebring
on the .nonthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp of <*reat Britain, to prevent
The it Pilln would nut be taken hi/ females dai;B/i
vrnov tiuj f? is Mnwiu/o ^ .
' v u? i j?m< x it ****** nivsn j iir> oj j'regnaney,
at they are sure to bring on Miscarriuye
but at any other time they urc ta/c.
In all gases of Nervous and Spinal Affection*,
Pain in the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight
exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics and
Whiten, these Pills will effect a cur* when all
other means have failed; and although u powerful
remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, antiinfhiy,
or Ai?y thing hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each
package, which should be carefully prceerved.
Sole Agent fof tlie United States and Canada.
JOB AlOSES, (Late I. C. Baldwin & Co.)
Rochester, N. Y. '
N. B.??1.00 and C jiOatnge stamps enclosed
In *nrr 4A ?aal w?Xll ? ? ?
.? ?.y " ?! ?IIOUIO a UVUIQ
contain iug 50 pills, by return mail.
Donald MoLAConuN, Abbeville; Fisher &
IlnmTSR, Colombia; Havilanu, Stevenson &
Co., Charleston, Wholesale Agent*. And sold J
by all respectable Druggists.
April 28, 1859 1 If
HAS received n Inrgo supply of FALL mid
WINTER DRY GOODS, compiling iho
choicest selection in
among which are,
Itich French I'rinteil PKLAINES (all wool)
ami DF.LAINH KOIJKS;
Small Figurwl French DFLAINKS, (nil wool)
of b< auliful styles. for chihlien ;
liiiilir.i' llicli Dress und Foulard SILKS, of
Hie latest I'aris sl3"l?'s;
Superior Plain Black SILKS, and Ladies'
I'.lack .Silk RoRKS;
Superior Plain IllarU nnd Colored 1'reach
MERINOS ami DELAINES;
Superior 4-4 French Pill NTS, of new and
A very lurijit assortment of English and
French Embroidered Luee and Muelin COLLARS
La-lies' Embroidered ami Hem-stitched Linen
Cambric 11 AN l>K F.R< 111 HFS ;
Swiss ami Jaeonet El)GINliS und INSERTIN
GS, ol beautiful sidles;
Va!-nri.-lines and Thread Lace EDGINGS
unit 1NSF.RTINGS ;
I!la-k P.rusx ls LACKS nnd SILK FRINGES,
fur Tiiinmiiiijs ;
Ladies' Silk Velvet CLOAKS, of new and clej.?-t111.
L:;d ies' (Slack and Colored Cloth CLOAKS, of
Ladies' Superior lUoehe and Slella SHAWLS?;
Superior Welsh, Patent and Saxony FLANNELS
Fancy CASSIMERES and JEANS, for Youths
and Children's wear ;
Heavy llL'l'KARACKS ami DIAPERS, for
Superior 12-4 I inen SHEETINGS and Pillow
Ca?e LINENS ;
. . ii.ii o-i uii<i m i i iiino aim j;am?su
IM.\ PIOUS ;
I?.iinsi>tk NAPKIN'S nml Damask TABLE
CLOTHS, of extra siz" ami qnalitv;
Laili?s and .Misses* MERINO VESTS, of the
A complete assortment of Ladies', Misses',
Children's, Gentlemen's nml Youth's IIOSlEKY
Ladies and Misses' Steel Spring SKIRTS, of
tip- I.est style;
Marseilles (^1* I LTS, of extra size ami quality,
ami some at vi-ry low prices;
A ltiije assortment of Coats and Brooks'
SPOOL COTTON, of the N03. most used with
A complete assortment of Ladies' MOLTItNIN<;
Superior Crih ami Whitney Bed I5LANKI'/IS,
some of extra size am) quality.
Also, will roceivc in a lew days,
A large supply of NEGRO BLANKETS,
wiih'ii win iiu sum ui very low prices; willi a
iriviit. variety of other Kur.ey ami ST A PLE AltTICI.ES,
suitable for Ilia present season, and to
all of which ihe attention of the public in resoeetfully
Augusta, < ?., Sept. 27, 1B59 24 tf
AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES!!
WM. ~SEE AR
nAS reeeived n very large supply of CARPETS
iiiuouir which are,
English Velvet CARPETS, of new and splendid
st V ten ;
Eiiirli>h liruss-el.f CAR PKTS, of Jolin Crossley
it Sons, a largo supply of new and elegant
Superior Three-ply CARPETS, of new and
Superior Ingrain ami Venetian CARPETS,
A supply of CARPETS, at 25 cents per
The above will lie sold at lower prices than
ever ln'fnri! ull'-rprl in iliia ? ;?? ?..:?t.
iut? the article, are respectfully invited to call
niul ?x:nniiie the assortment, as I feel ns?ure<l
they will i?c convinced that it is heller to purchase
their Carpets in Augusta, rather tliun order
from the Northern cities.
Ki.-h Embroidered Lace and Muslin CURTAINS,
a:nl some nt very low prices;
SATIN DAMASKS ami DKLAIXES, for
Window Curtains, with CO It D3 and TASSELS
to match ;
A large supply of Gold Band and Fancy
(IILT CO It NICKS and CURTAIN BANDS,
a large supply.
The public arc respectfully requested to call
and examine the assortment *
Augusta, Ga.t Sept. 27, lf?">9 5i4 tf
State Agricultural Fair.
S r I' i: ft I NT K N L> KS t's Okfick, G. it C. It. R. Co., )
CoLtJMUlA, Oct. 10, IH59. J
VISITORS t>? the Stato Agricultural Fair, to
to he held at. Columbia, commencing on
TUESDAY, 8th NOV KM 15 Kit next, will he
pushed over this Road for One I-'are. On
Monday, Tuesday nnd Wednesday return tickets
will he given, good for nnv day to and including
Saturday, 12th NOVEMBER.
Stock and all articles inte.mleJ for Kxliibilion
will bo transported at the oicmrx' rixk, free of
charge. I'or this purpoan a speei.il train will
leave (JreenviPc on Saturday, 6th November at
5 o'clock A. M.
i .-irons wishing 1<> avail IhemselveR of this
privilege an: reminded of the necessity of giving
notice least 'Jill <///</* licf'jrchand of the (jiliinlity
and character of tlic Flock to lie shipped.
Attendants traveling wit it the stock will he expected
to pay one fare. Agents along the line
will lie notified of tlie time of tlie arrivulof tlic
stuck I ruin at their stations. IT j> freight will he
charged on a'.l articles purchased at the. Fair.
Not more than one hale of cotton to each plan,
tcr will ha taken ou the above conditions.
K. F. RA WORTH,
Oct. 12, 1859 25 td
A CHEAP PLACE.
r?"MlIl subscriber will sell, to Fiiit purchasers,
1.. his desiralo, well improved Tract of Land,
near Winter Sent, on 17oi-,JI-l.-- r*.~_i. ? . *
..M.UIUUU1 ViCCh, CUIIU11I1ing
Five Hundred and Fifty WOOI) LAN!), well
timbered ; Tree Hundred in Hue state of cultivation,
Seventy-five ol which is Creek and
Hi-hhcIi Bottom, und One Hundred and Twenty
that will produce from six to eight Hundred
Pounds Seed COTTON and from fifteen to
twenty Bushels CORN per acre, without manure.
Those desirous to buy Land in Edgefield or
Abbeville will do well to look at mine, as I am
determined to sell, and will give h great bargain.
The buildings are all good, and in thorough rei>
ir. Come ciuick or you will Jose a bargain.
JOHN W. McKELLAR.
Sept. 14, 1859 21 if
' | M) liirc tlic .Splitting of TWENTY TIIOU1_
SANI) KAILS, fer which liberal wages
will he paid; Fifty Cents per hundred rails and
the subscriber at no expense, but the Timber.
Qood Timber will be furnished ami (he cash advanced,
as tho rails are split if 4eslred, enquire
S. J. II. STARK,
Oct. 18, 1869 25 3m
, 2XT otico.
APPLICATION will be made at the next
kitting of the Legislature for a re-charter
of the Bridge over Saluda, known as Smith and
J. M. GRAHAM.
Sept 1st, 1860 31 ?m
MIL MB ?1]
sucoxissoxis to j*. :
HAVE NOW (
<7Vrprr-'.J? a r\ fi&rannnra.r^K'
WIIICII WILL BE MAE
r|"MIK most Fashionable Styles, and warranted to
1. will bo bold at llie lowest pricei", by
Wo have this day associated Mr. J. K. llOltA
Mr. I\I. NBWHY Ins entire interest in tlie firm
Cl.t)'L'IIIN<? 15USINKSS in nil its branches, nt the
IIORA, WISH & CO., who will use tlio name of
Augusta, (Ja., May 27, 1859.
Having disposed of my interest in the firm of
WISH it CO., I cheerfully rccommeud the new ?
linuaucc of their patronage.
Augusta, (in.. May U7, I85f).
D 0 U B LE CYU NDE R GIN77
CLEMONS, BROWN & CO., c
r |MIK Subscriber in agent for the Sale of
JL CLI^MONvSi DROWN &. CO'S superior r
The attention of Farmers and Planters is re- ?|
speetfiilly duected 10 the superior workmanship ,|
of these Gins, combining speed, light draught |t
and durability in the highest degree. We call c(
attention to the following certificates: w
Coi.umbis, Geo., Oct 30, 1858. el
Messrs. Ci.emons, 11 i:ow n it Co.?(fetillcmm : a:
?The J/oitUc Cylinder U>:i, which 1 purchased
of you in the beginning of the present cotton
season, lias per forme 1 admirably ever since it
was put in motion. 1 have ginned more than '
fne hundred hales of cotton, an<l have as yet
oeen no objection to it's performance. It cleans
the seed well, motes well and turns out a g?od
sample of cotton. Mv (Sin has ninety ?awt, as
you are aware, and 1 have ginnel eight and a
half, (M) bales of cntion weighing 500 lbs. during
the day. The cotton was damp when this
was dune, hii?1 since then, 1 have ginned by
piece-meal. I think I can gin ten hales per day,
when tho cotton is in good condition. Thus far, ?
I atu satisfied with the Gin in every particular. E
J. C. COOIv.
Messrs. W. G. Ci.hmons, Brows <fc Co.
])cnr Sirs: The Double Cylinder fit) saw (Sir,
1 purchased of you last fnll performs admirably.
It pleases mo better than any Gin, I have
ever seen, and I tloom it u great improvement on "1
ll?t> Single Cylinder G in. J
I believe 1113- Gin (OH raws.) pulls my leani no li
harder than the old style 50 saw Gin. It picks ti
fa.-ti-r and makes a superior sample. I would 1
prefer paying double price for it, to working the a
Single Cylinder. t?
Columbus, Gu., Oth March, 1S59. I
M. C. WAUDLAW. ^
The liniilfl of nn advert imp me lit will not adrnii
of a detailed description of tliis invention. For p
further particulars apply to the subscriber at Ah
beville C. 11. He is prepared to furnish planters
with either the Single or Double Cylinder Cot
ton G in, and respectfully solicits orders for the
SAM'L G. COTII RAN, Ag't.
Sept. 23, 1Bj9 '23 3m. C
To the Citizens of Abbeville. ~\
1TAKK (his opportunity of returning my ."in- (j
fere thanks to the citizens of Abbeville (|
and Kdgefield, for their liberal patronage, and R
Miirc ii relurn ol my health, i would must re- jj
speotfully solicit n continuance of the same. I t|
will at nil times lie found in my rooms at M
(*re#Mi\voud Depot. Those desiring my services t|
will always find me ready to (jive them eomplete
satisfaction. My motto beini;?no satisfaction, '0
J. D. MeKELLAR, Dentist b
Greenwood, S. 0.
Sept. 18, 1859 22 tf
POULLAIN, JENNINGS & CO.,
GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS, c
iV.\ig\ista, G-a., N
CONTINUE! the Sul<* of (,'OTTOX and other \\
Produce in their NEW KIKE PP.OOK
WAREHOUSE, Corupr of Jackson and ltey- ^
ii??1<1h Streets. Cash advances made when dcsired.
THOMAS J. JENNINGS,
ISAIAH PURSE. tl
Sept. 1, 2850 20 Cm "I
LAND FOR SALE. I
rI"MIE subscriber offers for salo all his Lands, ?
on accommodating terms. These lands will be
ho hi wperntety or all together to suit purchasers. ~
my Home Tract, containing
more or lens, is as Health}' a place as there is in
the District; A good Spring and Well of water, j
an excellent Dwelling cud Store House, Gin |
Houdc and Screw, and other necessary build- |()
?"C0- . . ni
My object is to go West for the purpose of ,.t
turning my attention to the Fanning interest.
I will take in exchange Negroes, good Field
Huntln, at a fair valuation.
Some ;if my I^ands lie from Two to Four T
mikis from Hodges Depot, and my Home Tract, 1
about half a mile from a good Mill known as A
Douglas' Mill. th
For further particulars address the subscriber ci
at Hodges Depot, S, C. te
T. J. ROBERTS.
Pleasant Grove, Oct. 4, 1859 24 tf ?
1'ress copy. Tl
Diarrhoea Cordial & Gonorrhoea Mixture.
DR. F. 8. PARKS, f,
roit SALK BV I
Donald McLauclilin, Abbeville, C. If.; B Black in
Cokefhury; W. N. Merriwetlier, Ninety-Six
McNeill <t Andrews, Phoenix. an
Druggists supplied 011 commission, by Applies erl
tion to bei
Dr. F. O. PARKS, tei
I Greenwood, 8. C.,
Oct. 12, 18.r?9 25 ly
ALL perforin having demands againat the rw
Estate of II. W. Clay, dec'd., will please X
render them in, properly attested, by the first day COi
of December next.
LEWIS COVIN, Executor.
Sept. 19, 185? . 22 et J
IVt. 3NTEWI3Y tt) CO.,
L StOcli Of
Mil XJ JllJli# JL ilJLJW#
>E Ul' TO ORDER,
fit. Also, dealers in Furnishing Goods, which
WISE tfc CO.,
Under the U. S. Hotel, Augusta, Gaf
with us in business, and having purchased ol
of ,1. M. NKXVliY CO., will continue tin
same old stand, under the name and style < )
cither iirtu in closing the business of the oh*
J. K. IIORA,
W. S. WISH.
>V. T. TIMMERMAN.
t I> .
J. M. KEWBY &. CO., to Messrs. IIORA
irni to my friends, and bolicit tor them n con
J. M. KEWBY.
fir?nt 1 T\?21?5n?
orncr of King anil Society Streets.
iBSMliLiSS???], ?. ?.
rHK undersigned having taken tlio nliovt
well known niul favorite Hotel, would
nve respectfully to inform tlio former patroo.T
the I Ions", ?s well us tlie Traveling pnlilie
tat lie has thoroughly repaired mid r?-furuishei
, and made inany changes which will adil to ii?
>111 fort as a home, ami as a public resort. 11
ould hI~o take occasion to assure them that n<Tort
will be spared on the part of himself, oi
isUtnnis, to render their sojourn at the
feasant and satisfactory.
BOA 111), PER DAY, $1.50.
J. B. NIXON, Proprietor.
oept. i, ie.?y ^0 3m
3E?. 33. GrLi A.SB,
(Successor tt> R. L. Brvan.)
I00KSELLER AND STATIONER,
175 Richardson Street,
Three Jioors above the Market,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
HAS for Fiile n lju-eo Assortment of J.nw
Medical, Theological, School nn?l Misoel
ineoti? Boohs, Fancy <ioods, (.'heap I'ulilicnioiis
and Blank Honks of every description. Staionary,
Foreign nn;l Domestic of every variety
ud quality. Oil I'm in I ii:jrs, Kngraviiigs, f.itlioraphs
&.e., Artists .Materials, (i lobes, Writing
>?.j.-ks, MitFtcal Instruments, ?tc, ?tc., Blank
1'ioke, manufactured to any pattern, and Itlank
Vork of every description prepared to order.
Wholesale Purchaser" supplied and all orders
romptly attendril to at the Lowest Cuxh prices.
August 11, lb5t) 10 Cm
Tk? f CI il ?
xjuu kjtalu ui ooum uarouna.
A BBEVILLE DISTRICT.
Itfice Court of Common J'lcas and (Jen I Sessions.
I. K. Butler, Survivor \
vs. V Atlacliment.
Win. B. Lloyd, ) McGownn, l'l'lff's Att}".
ITTIIEREAS the Plaintiff (lid on the nineYV
tenth ilny of November, eighteen bunred
uud fifty-eight, file his declaration against
ic Defendant, who, (it is miid) is uhsent from
nd without tlio corporate limits of this State
n?l lias neither wife nor attorney known within |
i<! snme, upon whom a copy of said declara'ion
light be served: It is therefore ordered, that |
lie said Defendant do appear and plead to the
nd declaration, on or before the twentieth day |
f November, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine,
tlierwise final and absolute judgment will then 1
e given and awarded against him.
MATTHEW" MtDON ALP, c. c. r. I
Clerk's Office, Nov. 20, 18oti. ?12in
State of South Carolina. ,
ABBEVILLE DISTRICT. '
Office Court of Common Pleas and Gen'I Scssionr. I
I. K. Builer }
v vb. > Attachment.
/m. B. Lloyd, ) McOowhii, PIi'IFb Attorney. J
lyiiEflEAS the Plaintiff did, on tlie nine
'V leiTitli day of November, eighteen hunted
and fifty-eight, file his declaration againfii
10 Defendant, who, (it is suid.) in absent from |
id without the limits of thi3 State, and has nei
ler wife nor attorney known within ihe same, I
pon whom u copy of said declaration might be '
TVed : It is therefore ordered, that the paid Do- I
ndunt do appear and plead to the Paid deelar- '
lion, on or before the twentieth day of Ncycm- |
:r, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, otherwise
ual and nhrolute judgment will then be given j
id awarded against him.
MATTHEW Mo DONALD, c. c. r. 1
Clerk's Office, Nov. 20, 185P. 32?12m 1
Columbia, S. O. c
)R. ROBERTS will return to Abbeville about '
the 1 Bth August. Those with whom he ?
m made engngementa, and others who may
3rd his services, will please call early after his
August 4, 1850. 15 tf
S hereby given that application will made be to J
the next Legislature lo amend the charter of
bbeville Vill-toe ?ml uvl.nH : '
v??uu me units iur wnicn
e Town Council was empowered lo tax the ?
tizens of Abbevillo under the amended Charr
pufcsnd at the session of 1866.
Sept. 1, 1859 20 8m
a the Matter of the Heal Estate
of Robert Smith, dec.
State of South Carolina, A
ABBE VJLLE DISTRICT,
In Ordinary- f
rankliu Bowie and wife, App't ) tj
vs. > Defendants. _
W. S. Smith, et. al. )
r appearing to my satisfaction that James ^
Smith, and Is#ae Smith, (wo of the Defts
this ease, reside beyond the limitsaf th^fState.
It is therefore ordered (hat they do appear
d objeet to tlie sola ?f the Real Estate of Rob .
Smith^kc'd, on or before the ltth N?*emr
neii.dftheir oansent to the same will been
red of record.
was UIT r
if in* illLiLif U, A* I/.
August 25, 1850 18 8m
^HR Partnership formerly existing as the firm
of Jordan A McLauchlin, was, by mutual
isent, dissolved on the 1st of February, 1859
D. A. JORDAN,
DONALD McLAUCHLIX i
Hay 19, 1859. 3 it
Fbr t\* car* <'/ f'i/.'i" ;<.?/ t. ! "! ij< *'i>m, Xiltmni,
/ '/atii/eney, /*>? < ?/ .!/?/" tit-. .ir. <i?y Hit inn*
lomnhli'it* <l / /? ..?>? / nuirhul inaction
of the Stom-u h or /.".<? ?/*. i r-uho iitij L'r<unj>l.
! !/ I 1 '/ '/?'/'./ .)/.rt't'US. ?|V.
Ill view nf tin- fiot thai I'Vcry member of
tin; human family is nmivor siiliji ctsd to
*oim; of th> nhovn complaint*, l?'?nU's innutncrnhli*
?>:!.? ! i:i<?!is in lift-, which,
by tin* n.'sifliiui*" of a 1:111?- know led or
cxi'reii'o of coim.um M-ti>?\ tiny may be abb}
bo to p'^ulr.tf habit t of diet, and with
tin; iim istai.oo of a pun I toiiio, socuri* |??tniam-iil
heal.h. In inliTlii:ifi'iiiii|ili'ih this
desired object, the till"- cillll'.-c to J'ltrstio in,
certainly, that vhieh ? i'l |>ro<lupi* n natural
state of 11?i:?a. tin- l?-:nt hazard "f vital
strength ami life; l'i?r l hi- i>ii<1 Dr. H??st?,tt'.,p
nil* imriHiut iii-j foiinuv a pre|i.inc i
lion railed HOSTKTTKUS' STOMACH
IUTTI.KS. whirh : ! t!.i* ?1 :?v :* n?>l i> ii"W
fiit'ilicinu. Iml one that lias tri?-?l fur
year.*, ^iviir.; .att-faeliun t> ml win) hnva
us'-<l it. Tin* Hitters powerful) v upon
tlii- slouiai'li, lioweN ?.? ! J:ver, restoring
lli'-ni In a In-althv an-I vii.mvss action, anil
lints liy lln" -imple proce?j ??f Mren^tlit'iiing
nature. ' l:il>l?* llli" system In tliuinph o?cr
disease l)i:iirliii!:?. !\n nti iy it (lux. so
fjenernlly nitr:?i-1 ! I>y in-w -n tilers, and
caused principally I v ii?.- ehanire of water
and Hit, will li- Iilv i*i-?jtil;it?-.l by a
brief use of ilii< pr-piratinii. I )y<pi'p?ia,
a disease which i- pii>bublv mure prevalent
when taken in all itvarious form*. than
iiiiv oil;it ; tin* I'HiK" nf which tuny always
be attriln.t. >1 in dcranir-iiiitits nf tli- digestive
origins, ran In* cured without fail hy
tiMir; 1IOS1 KTTKIfS STOMACH IHTTKK*>
a-- | i i- dir. i ti .:i- on the Indie. For
thin ili-'-a-i* v. ry ph\-=ician will ncomiti"iiil
Kilter* <'f * iiiiit- kind. then why not |
usi1 nn nft! ! ' known to infallible?
Kverv coitntrv h:.'.!* their 1 Ii 11 i-rr* as a preventive
of ?!i~i :!-ii*. :;*>1 s;. i;;rlhetiini? of
thi- sv?t,,::i in u-inT.ll. mil aiming th'-in all
tiler.* i- n t In* f? 111 I ii more healthy
p.-ople 11.: t? t! .- ?I. ri.iriii-, from whom this
preparation -t.iai.;.!. !. I.a-.id upon scientific
experiments v. h eh ha- :t:t--!i?leil t.i advance
lli<- i|e<tiny ef thi sji-ent preparation in the
medical scale I.f seien-e.
FEVER AIID AGUE.
This tryii jiimI ?li * :???% u!;i>'1i ita
relent! ??< ??ij tli- Um!\ ?.f r?*.|?i? in,; liim to
Iiiii) and . niu ?
ainl driven t!i*? ?-*!> 1 v the u-?* i>t alHSTKT"
UKN0\VNi;i> 11!TT::1:<. Furtm-r, any ??f the al??ve
stated disease e-.n i*??t i, when exposed to
any ordinary ?? ? - |#t?MUi.-iti^r th?*m, if (1i?r Hitters
arc umiI art j? r lir* Si^n-*. And as it crcatci
nausea n??r tin* palate, an*! rendering unnecessary
any ?hanje ??f ??r ih!errii|*li??it to usual pursuits,
liut |?nnii??te> s<?und >!? ? |? and healthy ?ii.'Ciitiun?
the complaint is thus n-umvitl as speedily as is ccn istent
wiih the production ?f a thorough ami perm*
For Persons in advanced years
Who are siiilerin fr??in an ? ? ? ? titutien and
infirm Wly, th*'sv Uat*rs are invaluable as a restorelive
of -iretniih ami \ i.- r, and n :e.ls only to he tried
to <?: appreciated. And to a im.ttier while nursing,
these Hitters are ind! j ? sp*. . ia'.ly where tho
mother's i.'.iiri>!iin> r.t i- i|i:atu to the ilemniiils
of tin* i hilil, l.>-r sh'-nvili mii't yielil,
ainl here it i* where :t jjoixl hij.-Ii as Hosteller's
Stotuaeh Hitters i< i.'-eilei' to iin] :tit t< iii|?>r:?ry .-trcii^th
8ml rijtr.r l<> the >y?t-m. shoiiM l.y nil means
.ry this remedy f?.|- till eases of i!e'>i!:ty, air] before so
tloMitf, ask ynur j?h\wh??? if he is acquainted
with (he virtue.* of tin* IIiUc?a, will recommend their
use it) all ?:aae? "f wcakiu.^.
( \l TIOX.?Wu cauhoii ih<' puMic against
using any <>f tin- many imitation* ur couiili-rlVits,
but B?k !'< !' 1 Io~ri:ri i.u's Oki.kiikatkii
Stouacii 1>itti.ic?. an-l tlint. <ac!i hot lie
lias tIn* words " I)r. .!. llotl? Mi-r's Stomach
nitt-Ts" blown mi she >ii|i* of the I ion U-, anil
stain] -rl on tin- metallic cap covering the
cork, and observe thai our autograph signature
is on ilu- hil?i;l.
3 T' Prepared and sold by IIOSTF.TTER &.
SMITH, rilt.shnrgli, l*rt., and sold by all
l)ro^i>ls. grocers, and dealers generally
throughout the l ulled States, Canada, South
America and Germany.
SCOVIL Sl MEAD,
M:\V Oltl.KANS, M.|
\\ IkiIcsiiIc Agents.
Don'ai.d McI.ai ciiii.in, Abbeville C. II.
K. M. I'ksn, Kdgetittld C. IF.
juiy 4, is.)V 'J. ly
PREPARED BY DR. SAN FORD,
Compounded Entirely from GU.IIS,
IS ONE OF TIIE BEST PURGATIVE AND
LIVER MEDICINES now before tlie public.
Those (Jl'MS reniovo nil morbid or had
matter from the syKtem, supplying in their
place u healthy flow of bile, invigorating the
mi toinacli, causing f'Oil to iligcst well, J'urifijH
iny the Wood, giving tone and health to the
0 whole machinery, removing the cause of the
disease?effecting a radical cure.
Cj Billions attacks arc cured, and, what is het^
tar, prevented by the occasional use of the
rfj Liver Inviynrator.
* One doso after eating is sufficient to relieve
?the stomach and prevent the food front rising
OOt.ly one doso taken before retiring, prevents
iOnly one dose taken at night, loosens the
bowels irently, and cures costiveness.
j Olio dose taken after each meal will cure
/ One dose of two traspoonfuls will always
relieve Sick Hcadaehe.
Z Only one duse limnirliatclv rnl!p??? rv?t:?
j while ull who uso it ure giving their utiuiii
uious testimony in its favor.
One doge often repented is a sure cure for
Cholera Morbus, and u preventive of Cholera.
^ Only one bottle is needed to throw out of the
3 system the efFects of medicine after n long
s One bottle taken for Jaundice, removes all
sallowut'sH or unnatural color from the skin.
^ One done taken u short time before eating
- gives vigor to tho appetite and makes tho food
^ digest well.
One dose, often repeated, cures Chronic
Diarrhoea ill its worst form, while Summer and
fiowcl Complaints yield almost to the first
A few bottles will cure Droppy by exciliugthe
We take pleasure in recommending this medU
line as a preventive for Fever and Ague, ('hill
?"ever, and all Fevers of a Bilious typo. It opv
rates with certainty, nnd thousands are willing
o testify to its wonderful virtues,
Mix water in the mouth with the Invigoraor,
nnd swuliow both together.
price one dollar per bottle.
Dr. Sanfoiid, Proprietor, No. 345, Broadway,
Retailed by all Druggists. Sold, also, by
Donald McLauoiilin, andBuANCii, Allen <fc
Edwards, Abbeville C. II., S. C.
April 28, 1859 1 ly
ESTES & CLARK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
rflHANKFUL for (lie libera] pntornage they
M. have received heretofore, offer for sale at
ie lowest market prices for cash or on time to
rompt paying customers?
125 Rales F.rtra Ilenvy Gunny Bagging,
300 Rolls ttp*vy Patched Bagging,
100 Pieces Dumlee Bagging,
350 Whole and Half ("oils Rope,
"75 llhdsNew Crop Molasses,
60 Bbls N. O. and Sfugnr House Syrup,
125 " Crushed A. B. At C. Sugars,
250 Whole and Half Boxes Candles,
100 Boxes Tobacco?various Brands.
1000 Sack's Salt, in Twilled Sacks, i
150 Whole, Half and qr. Bits Mackerel,
50,000 Lbs. Tennessee Bsoon, Hog Round,
200 Bbls. Fresh Thomaston Lime,
260 " Liquors and Winea,
5,000 Lbs. Hemlock Sole Leather,
25 Rales Heavy Osnaburga,
200 Kegs Nails Areorted Sizes.
March 31, 1859, 37 ly
TILE 01S1LY A11T1CLE
UNRIVALL ED IN MARKET/
WITH IMMENSE ?
IIOME A N D EUROPEAN
rI^IIK rcnson why, is Unit l?y Nuture'n own
JL process it restores (lie natural color per- .
Iiifili??tit)v itflor t li? In*11* ' ? ?" ""?1 "
.. .J H" ?i ? B..|H?'IVS
the natural fluids, nrid thus makes it (,'ruw on |
bald heads, removes nil dandruff, itching, and ,
heat fioin the scalp, quiets ami tones up tlu:
nerves, and thus cures all nervous he;i<laclie,
and may lie relied upon to euro all diseases of |
the scalp and hair; it will stop ami keep itfinm |
falling oir; makes it xojl, i/fosxi/, health)/ and
beautiful, and it ust-d hy the voting two or three
tunes a week, it will never full or heroine gray; , 1
then reader, read the following and judge, for I 1
Nr.w York, Jnn. 8 185.?.
Messrs. O. J. \Voot> A Co.?( eiitlemen: llaving
heard a good deal ahont Professor Wood's
Ilair Restorat 1 ve, and my hail- licing ipiitc gray,
I made up my mind to lay asid? the prejudices
which I, in common with ugieat many persons,
had against all manner of patent medicines, and
a short time ajjo 1 eomniciiccd using your article,
to test it lor myself.
The result, has been fo very satisfactory that
1 am very gbid 1 did so, and in justice to you, as
well as for the encouragement of others who
may lie as gr<-y as 1 was hut who having my
prejudice without my reasons for setting it aside,
are unwilling to give your Restorative a trial till
they have further proof, and the best proof being
occular ilemoiistratiou, 1 write, you this letter,
which you may shuw to any such, and also direct
them to me for fuithei proof, who am ill and
out of the N. V. Wire Railing Kstabh.-dimeut
My I air is now its natural color and much improved
ia appearance every way, lieing flossier
and thicker ami much more healthy looking. I I
am, Yours Respectfully,
IIKXRY .1KNKIXS. I
Cor. Coliiiiibin iiikI 1'i.i-K.ii < " tip....i.i.... I
Livingston, Alu., Feb. 14, 1H58.
Prof. Wood?Dear Sir: Your lluir Restorative
has done much good in this part of the eouti
try. My hair lias been slightly ciimiiiiMlmijr lor
8i>voral years, causud, I suppose, from a i-liirlit
burn when I was <|iliti: an infaiil, I have been
using your lluir Restorative for six weeks and 1
tiud iniit I have a tin * heail of hair now growing,
after having used all other remedies known
to no ellect. 1 iliiiiIt it the most valuable remedy
liow exluiil, nod advise all who are aillieted that
way to use your remedy.
You can publish this if you tbiuk ptoper.
S. W MIDDLETON. j
l'liii.Aix.i.riiiA, Sept. 0, 18.j7.
Pkof. \Vooi>?]?ear Sir: Your Hair Res'orn- I
live is proving itself beneficial '0 me. The
fiout., and also the hack part of my head almost
lost its covering?was m fact ii.m.l>. I have used
hut 12 half pint bottles of your Restorative, and
now the lop of inv head is well studded with a
promising crop of young hair, and the front is
also receiving its henetit. I have tried other
preparations without any benefit whatever. 1
think from my own personal reroimuendaticu,
I can induce many others to try it.
1). II. TIIOMAS, M. 1>.
No. Hil Vine Street.
The Restorative is put up in bottles of three
sizes, viz: large, medium, and small; the small
noun a u |>iin. una i'*iai:n lur mir dollar per bottle:
the mcliuui luiUls at least twenty per cent
inure ill proportion than tuc small, retail-* for
two dollars per bottle ; the larire lioM.s fi <jiiurl,
l<> percent. more in proportion, ami retail* for
?!l u bottle.
<). .1. WOOD ?t CO., Proprietors,-111 Bronrlwny,
New York, mid 111 Market St., >t. Louip,
(17* And sold by all Druggists and
Fancy Goods Dealers.
Nov. .'I, le'O'.i I lyl'.m
DR. S. HEN iY BEARD,
<z -0^ ij /[/
3D 33 3V TIS TP
Graduate of the Baltimore College of
HAS permanently located at Ahlicrillc C.
II., and solicits a share of public patronage.
Teeth inserted from one to full upper and
lower sets. Kxposed nerves destroyed ami treat cil,
free from pain. Having purchased an ollice
Ki(?ht of Or. Blaudy, of lialtimore, I am prepared
to insert teeth on the fheoiihistic process.
E2T Office?Over Branch,' lien & Edwards'
Alabovillo, J5*. O.
May 1?59. 1-if
BOOTS INI) mm.
THE Undersigned, having formed a
I f|j partnership for the purpose of tonducting
Boot and Shoe Business*
would inform the public that we li;ivo recently
purchased in Boston, Philadelphia and New York,
the largest assortment of
Ladies' Shoos and Gontlemons'
Tlnnta nnrl SVtr?A?
of ever}- conceivable style ami pattern ever offered
in this market. Our entire stock lias been
purchased l?y a practical Knot Milker. We feel
assured Uiat we enn, with irreat confidence, recommend
otir stock to the public as being of a
superior quality, more durable Minn any thai can
he found in this latitude. We intend to deul
Leather, Boots and Shoes,
and we shall he enabled to sell better work for
lean money, than any Establishment in Town.
We will barter Leather or work for Rawhides.
The materials of our Stock were selected by
E. ROCHE, one of the firm, and the work
PUT IIP TO ORDER.
We therefore know the "stuff" its made of," and
can safely recoinmeiid.it. We have a number of
first cla-ii Hoot, and Shoe Makers in connection
with our Establishment, and are prepared to
Manufacture to Order
any work which may be desired.
Call nt Tustin'a Building, next door to Cobb,
Hunter <fe Co.
ROCIIE &. CHRISTIAN.
March 31, 1859 4li tf
* To Planters.
^^lOTl'ON GINS of the Best Quality, with
Ten Inch SAWS, delivered nt nny Hail- ,
road Landing in (he Stale, al $$'2 per SAW.
For particulars addieus <
J. M ELLIOTT,
Winnshoro, S. C.
Premiums awarded at the State Fair, November,
April C. 185!). _ f? 1 8m_ *
Dk D. A. Jordan
WILL ?ti" continue tho practice a^K^oine,
au'1 may be found at the Miirsli fill~ Hdofe,
in Room over Mart<hall & Lee's Law Ofllce.
May 12, 1859. 3 ly
BEE'S Wax. Pewter and Copper. I will give c
25 cts. per lb. for Bee's Wax, 20 els. for g
old Pewter, and 12} cts. for old Copper.
II. W. LAWSON.
August 10, 1869 lG tf
THE Notes and Accouut* of the Firm of .Tor-,
dan <k McLftiichlin are in my hands for
collection. There are also Notes and Accounts ?
of tho old Business of D. A. Jordan. Those in- h
denied to me lirm, or to myself, will come for- /
ward and make immediate payment to the undersigned.
D. A. JORDAN. f
May 13. 1859. 3 U
APPLICATION will be made at the next session
of the Legislature for a. charter of the
Abbeville District Agricultural Society.
August 22, 1860-3m.
~IST Tho rnoiwlH of COL. JOHN 0. BASKIN
mnounee liini us uCundidutc for Ordinary at the
Tlic friends of JOHN A. HUNTER repectfully
nntiounco liitn a candidate for the office
if Ordinury, lit the next clectiou.
October 27. 1858.
For Tax Collector.
The friends of HENRY S. CASON announce
ii111 11 candidate for the office of Tax Colleator,
it the next election.
Qjp* Wo iiro authorised to aunounee S. A.
HODGES as ft Candidate for Tax Collector, at
[lie ensuing election.
t^TTha friends of CAPT. W. S. HARRIS
respectfully announce him a Candidate for the
uflinu of Tax Collector of Abbeville District, at
lln; next election.
The numerous friends of WESLEY A.
BLACK, Esq., respectfully announce him a candidate
for Tax Collector, at the ensuing election.
O* The friends of (?. M. MATTISON, respectfully
announce him a candidate for Tax
Collector, at the ensuing election.
O* The friends of JAMES A. McCORD respeutfnlly
announce him a Candidate for Tax
Collei-tor, ul the next Election, for Abbeville
July 30, 1857 14 "Id
THE MARSHALL Hi
BY E. COBB, Proprietor.
fTIIK Proprietor of the MARSHALL
iiJiL IIOUS12 would inform the public that his
House is still open for tlie reception of visitor*.
11 :ivin^ pome ?*xpericiioe in Hotel keeping, he
flutters himself that lie will be uble to please hit
fiicn-ls ami customers, lliu tuble will at all
times be supplied with
The Very Best The Market fiords.
His Ih.use iH well provided with attentiv? ?er
vuiits, nuil everything to render his customers
Feb. 21, 1859 44 tf
BY COBB & CRAWFORD,
I ABBEVILLE S. C.
| 'iNrrx THE Undersigned would inform
| L& J'lie public that they have formed a cotiiiT~.lih|?
for the purpose of conducting
THE LIVEllY STABLE BESWESS /A
ALL ITS JtHAXCIIES.
Thcv have taken the well-known Stables atI
ached to ilic lot of the Marshall House, occupied
l.ist year by I*. S. Hutledge.
These Stables, fronting on Washington Street,
have lie-n repcired and refilled, and .ire now well
provided with provender and atirntive lloslleis,
for the accommodation of the putilic.
Mb. CUAWl'ORD, one of the firm, may always
t>e found at the Stable*, and he hopes, by
close attention to bu>iiicss, to merit and receive
a liberal chare of public patronage.
The Stables will he provided with BUGGY
AND SADDLE HOUSES, to hire, together
with every other accommodation usually offered
by n similar establishment. They have also,
COM MODlOl'S LOTS for the accomodation
of STOCK DRIVEUS, and will furnish them
with provender, ill living rales.
J. B. CRAWFORD.
Feb. 23, lPOl) 44 tf
VQ HVIIF.LI/S Patent Metnliu Tip, designed
1 especially fur Boys', Youths' and Cliil(Ireli's
An improvement has been applied t> Boots
anil Shoes, liy which n saving of expense to llie
c<>:isum>-r, of two thirds, is realized, l?y actual
experiment. The Tip consists of a piece of copper
or oilier iiidistruclihle material, neatly fastened
lo the toe of the boot or shoe, forming a
cmiipleic pinteciiiin. This invention is iiow
presenled lo the public, with the fill'est knowledge
of its practical utility, having been tested
over t\v<? yeais, and is destined entirely to supercede
the old style, for Children's, lions' and
Yollles* limits and Shoes. The importance of
this invention will be readily appreciated, as it
is well known that children invaria'uly wear out
Ihoir lioois and shoes first at the toe, and, with
this protect it.n, they will, u]K>nnn average, wear
at least two tu three times ft* long as the old style,
while the expense is hut. ft trifle more. This invention
is also especially applicable lo Minora'
Boots, and all occupations subjecting the t?e of
the boot or shoe to lie cut or worn. Merchant*,
and the public generally, will see the importauae
of nliliiiniiijjthe.se goods immediately, as they are
destined, for general use. lo supersede all oihrr
kinds. The goods may be obtained of nearly all
the wholesale dealers in the principal cities, or of
CHASE, McKINNEY <fc CO.,
(Owners of the I'utent.) Boston.
Aug. 10, 1*59 Ifi
Grainer, Marbler, Paper Hanger,
iV-lDlaovlllo O* H. -:t
reo. 'J4, If59 44 12m
fPlIK Iiegular Comnitinication of CLINTON
1 liODG E, No. 3, A.-. F.\ M.\, will be held
on Motuhtff Evening, 14//? of November next.
By order of the W. M.
A. niiUSSEL, S*e"^
Aug. 9, lP/>9 1G ' ly
W. K. BLAKE,
Att orney at Xjaw,
WII.fi Practice in the Courts of Edgefield,
Newberry, Lnurene, and Abbevill*.
Olliee?Nint-Iy-Sixt Abbeville, S. C.
Oct. G, 18:'?8 24 tf
FH1IIE highest Cash price will be fiven for
JL HIDES, or trade if dcsirafilo. Call at
No. 2. Washington, St.
T. N. BROWNING.
Hff ? ? ? ?
niny 11. lean J tf
Rags! Ragrs !!
THE Hath Paper Mills, located on the South
Carolina llnil Koad near Augusta, will
pity the highest market price in Cash, for all
c'leHii linen and Cotton Hags delivered at any
[t cilroad Depot in Georgia and North And South
Carolina. For shining directions, tut,
GEO. W. WINTER, .
July 26,'1869 14 Sm
C. (V laMOTTE,
Attorney at X?AWf
And Solicitor in Equity.
Office?Laurens C. H.t 8. 0.
A LL business intrusted to hia care will reoeire
la prompt attention. Will practic?ia the Court*
if Abbeville, Anderson, Pipkeun, Greenville,
Spartanburg and Union.
Aug. 10, 1869 16 ly
W. C. Davis.
Ulorney at Late and Solictor in Equity
Abbeville, S. C.
Win promptly attend to all business entreated to
ip care, lie can bn found at the office of the
ibbeville Banner " July 28 1
Savannah Valley Railroad,
rHE Annual Meeting of the Stoek'noldar* 9#
the Savannah Valley Railroad, will bo
it-hi at CaIIiouiis Mills on the Third Wwtn*|di3
f November next, nt II o'clock A. M.
By order of
Wh. A. Oiler, Sec'y A. T'reas.
Sept. 30, 1839 U4 4t