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PURSUANT to nn Order from the Court of
Ordinary of Abbeville Dibtriot, tlio administrators
of the EstHto of
EL.I111J WATSON, Dee d,
Will sell to tbe highest bidder on the
21st Day of December inst.
At his lute residence in Cofcesbury, nil the personal
property of suid deceased, viz:
All of whom ore likely, and mostly young.
1 Brood Mare and 2 Colts,
1 LARGE ROAD WAIiOX, *
1 Onc-IIorso Wagon
1 33 XT O G- COWS,
Wheat, Corn, Peas, Pot atoes,
PLANTATION I'TENSILS, ki,
Household and Kitchen
TKRMS:?All sums of Five Dolinrs, and under,
Cash ; for all amounts over live, a credit
of 12 mouths, with interest from date, and two
A. T. WATSON", Adn.'r,
P. W. WATSON, Adtnr'x.
N. T5?The Administrators earnestly request
all who liavo mites or accounts against
the uhove Estate, to present the same us early
A. T. W.
i\ w. w.
Dec. P, 1850, 32, 2t
On the 20th DECEMBER Next,
"W757"E WILL fpII nccordine lo tlio devises
*f of tlic Will of SAMUEL COWAN,
dee'd, at Ihe late Rwidvnce of
Mrs. JANE COWAN, dee'd.
A11 tii-e real and personal Estate, consisting
TWO TRACTS LAND,
OJPTE SITUATED IN THE
Xilttl? Hive 1?
LONG CANE CREEK,
29 7 Acres,
?K>re ?r leefi, &?? ?4??<:1i are over
40 Actog cf Fine
The other k novii a? the
more or leas, on which is a good
? DWELLING, STOREHOUSE,
and ail other necessary out building*. This]
Traet ia ft very desirable location for a Merchant i
or a Physician. rJ
INT egr oes,
tmong which are one Plantation
AND TWO COOKS,
WARHRRS AND VBOKERS,
ONE GIN, THRASHER,
SET BLACKSMITH TOOLS,
ONE tfOHS E ,
OWE MARE A^D COLT,
1. Toit** Ostceia^
Household and Kitchen
FUR.NT x?ram* Sa^,
And Many other ThingsB9XBV
Term? mad* known ok day of W?.' ^rE,
J. C. WIL^ARD.
Nov, 15, 1853 31 _ 4t
JLts JU al' Jb <XJ cAj cJLJb JL U
IIEGMAN, CLA11K & GO'S
Oil tlie iiistniitniieous removal of l'aint
(Irenes Sjiols, nn<l for cleatisini: (?luvea?
UiMionw, Silks, &< ., without injury* to llic most
delicate fabric. For nab nt
1IEGMAN, CLARK & C0\S
COD LIVER OIL,
PUF.PAUKD from frcsli Livers. nn?i warranted
juiic. For Male at.
1). McLAl'Cll LIN'S
IIOSTGT T ER 'S
A LARGE Supply just received and for
MOirSKKKKPKUS will find this prepara
I ion useful lor nictidiuu nil kinds of
household \Vnr<!H. Furniture, Picture Frames,
(.'one ami Shell Work, and for all purposes requiring
a stronir tnueihige. I'rice, 25 els. per
bottle. For sule at
UillHl 11UII IlaJj,
W ITU GM CERIXI2.
A CKKTAIN cure for Cli:t|>|>o<] Hands,
xBL Lips, or IJouglniods of th<; Skin. For
17\; ?r -or ir$
XxJ.x i x v. ui ju,")
A I<nrjrc supply just ri'oi-ivetl, such ai,
lluziu's Ox Marr<nv,
Hitzin's Arctiiriiic, (very fine,)
Hom Iuii.IV, .MnciisM>i* Oil,
Mrs. Allen's H:iir Restorative.
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Fur sulc ut
D. McLAUC MUX'S |
Drug Store. |
CONGRESS WATER j
CITRATE OF MAGNESIA.
.4 FRKSII Supply just received, and for
xV. Bale at
For sale at
1 A nnA POUNDS Pure Wliite Lead,
J. U 9 vi U 1/ 5(i0 Gal* Pure (>ui;eed Oil,
5 llarrels Pure Spiriis Turpentine,
For *ule very low at
Nov. 24, 1859 31 tf
COLOGNE, COLOGIVlL u)lJW;\E.
article of Cologne can lip
obtained, by the pint, quart or irallon at
ROCHE t CHRISTIAN.
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
ATotoeville, St. O.
Next Door to COBB, HUNTER & CO.
THE largest aFcortment of Tfegro Bropans
ever offered in I Hit* market, which they
arc off-ring for l?-89 money than the same quality
of work lias been offered for years past.
By buying largely we buy cheap, and thoreby
wo are able to sell cheaper than the cheapest.
We liuve a large aupply of fine
Go i) tie mens' Boots and Shoes,
which have been
"TUT UP TO ORDER,
under the personal supervision of E. ROCHE,
one of the firm, a practical Boot Maker, and
which will he warranted to purchasers.
They invite ? public infection of their stank.
Give us d call Gentlemen and Ladies, aud'wo
will prove by " ocoular damoimtration" the Irnlh
of we pay. We fuel grateful for tha liberal^Mfconage
heretofore bestowed ?? us, and
rt-Hp ctfully KOtieil nn extension of th? aqnie.
* * v & fcOCUB <fc CHRISTIAN.
3. IBM1 28 If
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|E?X. O T?^=CX3NrOC.
F. JACKS#* A eft,
Nov. 1859 31 ly
ON MONDAY THE 12TII DAY
Ueoember Next, i
IWII.L sell nt llie plantation of ROBERT
BRADY, defeased, tlic entire
rTract of Land, (
Sale of Land,
Adjoining lands of Dr. J. S. Ileid, W. W
ISclclicr, nnd others,
ARE HEAVILY TIMBERED, '
IX A GOOD STATE OF CULTIVATION.
ON TI1E PREMISES IS A
GOOD DWELLING HOUSE
htdiv niw imim
Mil II Uh\ IIUUMJ, (
AND SCREW. ALSO, J
1Q or 18 1
CORN, FODDER, \
OATS, COWS, IIOGS, ONE ?
mm m* i
2 Ox Carts,
TWO YOKE OF STEERS,
AND ALL OTHER ARTICLES
USUALLY OFFERED AT SUCH SALES
jTERMS:?A crcdit of 12 months, with
interest i'roui Jute, with two approved sureties.
Nov. 8, 18o9 29 Ot
| GRAND OPENING
THE CHARLESTON BAZAAR ;
THE EMPORIUM OF ,
FANCY GOODS, TOYS AND ;
Kjit^lrcof, Corner Socicty;
F. von SANTEN, Proprietor.
MY STOCK of Fancy Articles, ornnmenlitl
us well as useful, adapted for tli?*
city an?l country wholesale ami retail trade, is
now open t<>r inspection. Purchasers will find
at this establishment, the latest Pnris Novelties
of the season. A long experience in this business,
and first rate connections, enable the proprietor
to progress wi;h the age, produce new
and fashionable goods nt the opening of every
season, and thereby keep his forever the most
attractive STOCK in 'his city.
Porte Mommies and Pocket books of over two
hundred patterns. .
Porte M?>nnnie-Bnga of Leather, Clctli and
V<:lvet, lit all prices. j
Ladies' Traveling and Reticule Bags, plain and
Card ('uses of Pearl, Shell and Morocco.
French ornamentul Hair-Pine, Combs and
Bands, of all colors and styles some of which
are perfectly elegant.
Stereoscopes and Views, comprising foreign
and American Scenery, Groupes, Statuaries,
Jewel und Perfume Stands of every description.
Work Boxes, furnished end unfurnished of
Papier Mache, Rosewood, and Mahogany, of a
tarter variety than ever.
Writing Desks, of almost every size and style,
from $'2.00 up to $30.00 a pi we.
backgammon Board?, Chessmen and Checkers.
Beautiful Toilet Stands, suitable for wedding
Evening Fans, with Marabout fealhefsof the
late.-t patterns. I'apetries, Porte-Follos, &.c.
Ladies' and Gent's Dressing Cases, Perfumery,
Combs and Brushes, Jet Goods.
Accordeons, Harmonicas, Violins, Violin and
Guitar Strings. Beads, Necklacce, Lead-Pencils,
Sewing Birds, <kc.
An elegant assortment of Mecrshaum fipes |
and Segar Tubes.
To3's of every Description, India Rubber,
Mechanical, Bellow and Box Toys, Dolls, Marbles,
Guns, Sword9, <tc., by the single piece, by
the dozens, or in original cases, containing 0 ;
12; ?20: 30 or 50 dozens, costing from $3.00 |
U> 4(50 00 per cose; and Fire Works, as per
printed lists furnished on application. |
Merchants or retail buyer* will be promptly
served, aud their orders by mail or otherwise
Terms?Cash ; or Sixty Days, City Acceptance.
F. von SANTEN, '
288 King-Street, Corner Society.
Nov. 24, 1859 31 6m
I OFFER fur Bale my Plantation, 6 miles north
of Cokeslmry, containing
300 Acres Forest Land,
ISO Acres of Bottom Land
well ditched and mostly frej.li, which will average 1
30 bushels of corn to the acre. On the place in a '
good Dwelling Hon?e, and all necetsory out. j
A* to the health of tlio place I refer you to 1
Dr. J. A. Htewart, Cokesbury, and at to the 1
quality of land, and other information, address 1
Hon. J. K. Vance and Dr. J. A. Stewart, C?k*8bury,
S. C. Aa to titles address Bon. S, MoGo
wnn, Abbeviils C. H.f Si C.., Any person
or iffhltifV 1a Klin la tinma AkktoMfflA. LaJ
Iietter call au$ see ray place. The bottom land
is worth wlmt I ai>k for th? whpltpfaaa. ...
WESLEY ROBERTSON. .
Nov, 28,16&9 31t > 4' i' |
utdtnigMJ - Adminhlrttor of tk? Bt>
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WILLIAM ADAMS, detfd.,
hereby give* n<rt?cp that ell perwita- hxtebiod to
aid JSataU, mmteorpa and<B}|d*ojwy.
. menV, and*lf4(wM'Wing denwbdtagihiit the
|M<, Are (cqne?'ii d to present thtto pr?p?r|y at? *.
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A. A. WILLIAMS
HAS just received tliis week large additions
to his Kxteusive ntoek of
An<l in im?w prepared to fit any eizo in all tlie
uteet and most desirable sty 1 oh of
COATS, PANTS, VESTS, &c.,
(lis Stock of
Shirts, "Undershirts, Drawers,
Hosiery and Crav'ats,
[e very full and complete.
Will also be found at A. A. WILLIAMS' ft
full uud complete stock of
ALL Til F. NEWEST STYLES IlOIiES,
J'LAW AND PI.A11) CASHMERES,
DELAINES, POPLINS, GJXGIIA
MS, PRINTS, tj-U, <JC.
Together with a full stock of
Xiadlea' andL Missos'
SHAWLS, SHOES, HOSIERY,
GLOVES, &c., &c.
KERSEYS, SHIRTINGS, SHEETINGS
xki itic jsoircni I'TICCS.
:lotiis, cassimeres & vestings
)f newest ond most select FALL und WINI'ER
STYLES, of best French und English
A.. jA.. WIT iT IXAMQ
Hikes pleasure in nnnounoincto nil desiring anyin
(lie wny of the above Goods, ttint lie has
aken particular pains in selecting (lie best muerinl
and most approved patterns, and with conidence
would respectfully solicit an examination
of his stock.
A good stock of Trimmings for same conitantly
And if you want a HAT or CAP of any
und, whatever, be sure and call at A. A. WILLIAMS'
between Branch, Alien <fc Edward* and
II. S. Kerr's.
Oct. 6, 1859 24 If
ESPECTFULL.Y informs the citizens of
iili' Abbeville and vicinity, thut he has just
elurned from the North, and is now opening at
lie old stand of ISRAEL it URl'SSELL a v.'ry
arge stock of FALL and WINTER GOOI>S,
.vhich beats anything he has ever offered before
is regards quantity, quality and price.
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.? j aiuctv ui oioimiig coiisi8is 111 part as follaws:
Fine Black Broad-Cloth COATS.
Fine Black Business CO ATS.
Fine Colored Business CO ATS.
Fine M?>c<i\v Lieuver Over COAT3.
Fine Broad-Cloth Over COATS.
Fine Lion Skin Over ('OATS.
Fine Double Over COATS.
Fine Pe'.erSham Over COATS.
Fine Bliick Cloth V ESTS.
Fine Silk Velvet VESTS.
Fiilo Sillf Plush Vests.
Fine Silk VESTS..
Fine Black Sutin VESTS.
Fine Colored Cloth VESTS.
Fine Black and Colbred .Doeskin PANTS.
Also n good variety in medium and common
grades. All of which will be sold cheaper than
ever. "Drop in und see the big assortment" iii
And Staple Dry Goods,
Bleached & Brown Homespuns,
Prints, Ginghams, Double Skirt
DeLane Robes, Merinos.
Kentucky Janes, Cassimeres
My assortment is very full. CLOAKS, SHAWLS,
and MANTlLLA SHAWLS. Having bought
these goods for Kelt Ca*h, exclusively, I can
offer great bargains in this line, to iny former
friends and customers.
The largest assortment I ever had, from 3 to 30
Springs. Also tbe Gem of Fashion.
that orfe Flats, of the follow ing popular styles, viz
Ledger, Morphy and Pocket
Silk and Cdssimtfe Hats tit the very latest
Scotch Cloth CAPS, Silk Velvet CAPS, and
lots of other various styles, all cheap fbr cash.
Hoots and Shoes,
\ full assortment.
Yunkee Notions add lota of dtlier tilings for
ii&le cheap, by
Bept. 2R, 1859 23 tf
HIE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Abbeville Dialritl.? Citatiorii
By WILLIAM HILL, Esq., Ordinary of Abbeville
WHEREAS Warren P. Belcher and Wil
lian> VV. Belcbor have applied to lue
for letters of Administration, on all and singular
the goods and chatties.-rights and credits of W.
W. Be.'oher, late of the District aforesaid dec'd.
These ar? therefore, to eite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of the
said dec'd, to be and appear bnfore me, at bar
next Ordinary's Court fot tha said District, to
be holden at Abbeville C. H., qq the fifteenth
9f December net', to show cmfan any, why
tha said administration aborfWwt W granted.
Siren tinder my brfnd and seal this 80th day of
November, in the year of 0of one
thoufaud eight hundred and Ifty.uine, and
in the $4Ur year of Amsrioan lndepea*
dance. ~ _ k
WILLIAM UILL.'O. A. ft.
Dee. 8W 32 it
W. P. McKELLAK, M. A., - ]
. 3P*?ojcue&m&e*-' >4 h
tST TERM #f 18?0;^w?. IWT ?f J*?.
futt^o |>cr amaowfrvm $20 to ftf* Bo*fd<,
|10 |ief iMuUb. ."
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FALL AM) WINTER,
MOORE &, QUAIFE
WOUI.D ugaiii call tlio attention of lite
ww people lo tli? lnrpcst ami beet pelectetl
stock of DRY GOODS ever oir?-re<l In-fore i\i
our town, and wo <lo 1101 het-itale to say that ?ve
cuii wen you anything in our line >ih cheap ns you
can buy it in any mnikel For tlx- cash, tin.] a little
chcaper lliiiu you oan ">'t tlicin ill tlm upcountry.
We ut-k you to ex iminv for yourselves,
and seo if wlint we mv is uol true, nn<l if it is,
coinc nn?l (rot your supplies for the winter. We
will be lia|>py to show you through, and promise
to please in style, quality, quantity and price.
Have now in store a very large stork of UTCADV
MADI'i Cl.OTIIINO, lints and Cups. Wo hnvo
the Seamless Clothing, Hint, we will warrant not
to rip. If you want anything in tliis way cdiim
mid see before you buy elsewhere, as we promise
to save you money in this department and to
sell you good goods.
MOORE & QUAIFE ,
Have now in "tore the best stock of LADIES'
DUKSS HOODS evt-r kIiowii in our town, in
M EltlNOS, lieLAN ISS, OlAl.l.IKS, CASSlMKUKS
mill SiLKS, all grades and a good
sloek of II LACK SILKS. Ladies would do well
to examine before getting tlieir supplies.
MOORE & QUAIFE
Would invite (lie Ladies to examine their Monk
of CLOTH, CASSIMKUK AND VELVET
CLOKS and SIIAW1.S, as we have a very largo
stock of these goods now in store. We have n
good assortment of Misses' and Ladies' I'LATTS
and IJONNETS, HOUl'SKIUTS in uny quail- '
tity uud at all prices. '
4-IAV/VlVli VW i'll 1' J j (
Have in store by fur the best stock of DOMESTIC
GOODS tliey have overofl'eri'd; i
BLEACHED nnd BROWN SHIRTINGS, ,
BLEACHED mill BROWN SHEETINGS,
BLEACHED and 15ROWX 1.1 NEN TABLE
DAMASK, a very large stock of KERSEYS ami
RLANKETS. a good stock of fine BED BLANKETS,
DOILEYS and NAl'KINS, JANES.
TWEEDS, SATINETS nn.l CLOTHS?nil
prices; WHITE mid STRIPED OSNA BCRGS.
W? know we can fill your orders in ibis way :
you will come and examine. We wi'l take pleuslire
in showing any through our stork who want ^
goods in this or any oilier depiiilmeiit. Our
stoek of CROCKERY and G LARS-WARE is
very large. C?mo and See it if you want anything
in that way.
MOORE & QUAIFR 1
Would just here mention that their terms and
way of doing business are the same as heretofore
; we intend to stand to the cash system. 1
we like it better every day, and we think the
public do also, judging from the increase of our
MOORE & QUAIl-E.
Sept. 28, 18.r>9 23 tf
Valuable Cambridge Lands,
Negroes, Horses, Stock
of all Kinds. &n.
The State of South Carolina,
ABliE I 'ILLK DISTliICT.
John E. Cain |
and others, j
vs. J Bill for Relief, &c.
Caroline K. Cain, >
and others. )
Will Too Sold
Next, ill (lie plantation of Dr. S. V. CAIN,
I?car Ninety-Six Depot,
On the Greenville and Columbia Railroad, Abbeville
District, til at t portion of lite estate of
Dr. S. V. Cnin, deceased, not specifically bequeathed,
consisting of the following valuable
OF THE LATE DR. S. V. CAIN.
Consisting of near
Well improved, with
FINE NEW NEGRO
H o ul s e s ,
and OVERSEER'S HOUSE,
One mile of Ninety-Si* Depot on the Greenville
Railroud; aud one of the
m the LUStrict.
THIRTY YOUNG A!VD LIKELY
STOCK OF ALL KINDS,
3r? r oxrlaloxxs,
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN
And everything relating to ft Well regulated
Tha terms aowtnally ftvorabfo.
AH fbrdi<i? anti?v - T.wen*y DoI!im Cath.
All purc+fAvf? of ftnd Over Twenty Dollar*, bond,'
and two good wr?ilt+ open a sredtt ?f on*,
two, and tbfee y??r?,equ?l inataimenfe, baariug
raUrwt from day of tal*,-qnd payable
ianupally*-and la- addiiiep. at to land, aiortgage.
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Nov: II, 16*0 . * SO ' :
A |*L Prncmt in>fcM*&vto tlm estate of A,
A WAl)I45R/de^eM?d,^ill pl?*?e maka. imraedinte
p*ym??t fcjf'the tmdoraigued ; all having
y - ' 'A' p. t a v
^ 4?.. - 0> a AMJfcR. v Aslwra. ...
READ ANB h
IT IS I3NTDE]
Important Question to Knoi
Largest, bost Assorted a
T/ie Veru Plure In Acrnm
i. M. & S. A.
OUR STOCK (
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoe
Collars, Cravats, Suspondors,
Razors of tho best Mak
In Short, Wc Have Evcrynliing in tin
IT HAS hoon ncknowlrcljrod 1 ?y those wlm have
Stock iIn*j have seen this ki?hi?ou. liesideso
t?I tin* largest Itiiportintr mill Manufacturing Hon
I'viitly known tluit wc keep the host poods. mid t
grant il^nl to our frii-r.il.' and tho public. Wc w
litisinpt-s iii< heretofore, in n fair mid t.rwijjlil fdrv
SMiinint: our stock before purrhiifinij elsewhere.
A word to out* I.ur"i: hiiiI Fat Cut-miners: Wc
to fii them in si/c?I I-I'IUI Si/.i', 7 F??t-. We hav
which wc will dull at low [irioets. Call noon mid
Oct. ft, 18.'|9.
WIESI & LYSISIGOE
AUK NOW receiving n vrrj- large mih! well
Hul.-. tcl Stock of FALL and WINTER
LiOODS, suited for the Season.
Jur Stock consists of Southern and Colrtitlbia.
Plains, HLorsoys dbc.
We ure Agents for the Salem (North Carolina)
Plains and Janes,
ind will huve a very large supply shortly.
in tjrent varieties, sunli ns
Black ahd Colored Silks, English
and French BoLanes,
English and French Merinos,
Plaid and Solid Colors,
French DeLanes, Robes, the
Embroderies, Laces, &,c.
A ep'leiu' assortments of Wliite Goods,
L1' ns, Muslin Collars,
in Great Varieties,
from 4 to $30.
We have the largest stock of
we have ever Iml, of iho rery latest styles, and
at very low piiees.
HATS AND CAPS.
We have nil the newest styles of HATS AND
CAl'S, und the largest stock we have ever hud.
A very Large Stock, and at
very Low Prices.
We tire not in the habit of bonplin? nhoul
cheufj goods, hut we will eay this much, give us a
trial and if we cnuuot sell you, it will be your
fuult und not ours.
Our motto ih, "quick sales and Rinnll profits
Sept. 11, 1859 21 tf
I ALL GOODS.
??JS.5Baiai3!a^s? Q? ??
MAS mow on hand nnd ready fur inspection
and Suleoneof the largest nud best selected
Staple and Fancy Goods,
READY-MADE G LOT HI KG.
Hats, Caps, Boots & shoes,
Ever Brought to Cokesbury,
which he offers on as reasonable terms us any
other establishment in the District. His Block
consists, in part of as follows:
Plains, Kerseys, Negro Brogans
or every description. In
He has in great vnriety,
Ladies' Fine Velvet
Ludfei* and IVIues
Black and Colored Silks, ?nglifth
and French DeLnncs,
English and French Merinos,
Plaid and Solid Colors,
French DeLancm Kobe*, the
Embroideries, Laces, Ac.
A splendid assortment of White Good*,
LINENS, MUSLINS, COLLARS,
? Me bu also a fnm lol of
Aftd' lh fifcrt eve.'ythiftf eUe moatty li^pt 4ft.
BUY GOODS STOft?, *h?',*ot>Uf rt.t? im
[ Ma frlwmfc ?rr<l <n*tomsr* tfrart his ijt?k finis
befell of tt*?f vary/few* W t|i?
Norther* MArkuU, ami f<*?k? i*aHftV0 t)*t b* <*#
?Ml?u M-re<*oaabl* tertna aa o(^?r M?b.
Tt?fciwy?*. ,?*>! ?m? rwofe* H? ?<Mk, +t>$
Hate to* >ouraelTe?. ? '. <
- ' THOMAS MA RON.
-?**.^to? -v. - ; *r- r%*
E3D AN ALL
it Whero you can Find thfc
Mi) t n?r/.^4 T>?: n J_
XXu. xjuwcBli X A1UU VXUUUH.
plinh (his Object is at the
s, Shirts, TJndor-Sliirts, jftrawors)
Socks, Fino Pockot-Knivos,
e? at very Low Prices.
j Line of a First Class Clothing and
looked (hroutih otlr STOC K llint il is (he liost
ur ('OOl)S were 8t*l? cful willi the Greatest caret
m(>b in ilie Northern Market. We trust il is nl?'ll
thein nt h sinitn profit. We need not say ft
ill only remark that we slutll continue to <l<(
i-ard manner, and wonM invite Jon to call unil
; have COATS, PANTS, VKSTS rind SHIRTS
< also a larfco lot of SF.CiAHS and TUllACL'Oj
lay in your Winter supplies.
i of the Clothing Depot, Marshall Hotisc.
B. m. &, S. A. WINSTOCK.
Has just received additional supplies of1
CARPE TING S i
Among which ard
J. CROSSLEY & SONS'
LATEST PATTERNS OF
Velvet and Brussels
Of rich and splendid styles, which cannot bd
found in any other Carpet Hulls* in the city:
Persons wishing to purchafte
Are respectfully invited to examine the assortment
before purchasing clttetflirre, as the}' will
he. ool.l at LOWER 1'KlCES THAN EVER
BEFORE OFFERED IN THIS CITY, and
at lt?wef j>ricc8 tlian tliey can bo ordered from
the Northern cities, adding the expense ot
Carpets Cut and Made to Fit Rooms*
Aiso, a very large supply of
STAPLE & MM
Embracing the Latent Styles off Ladies'
DRESS GOODS; Ladiea*CLOTll AND VELVET
EMBROIDERED LACE AND MUSLIM
CORNICES AND CtETAlN BANDS,
A targe exipply of English and American
With almost every article of DRY GOODS$
required for Family or I'luntution line, and
which will he sold at the lowent prices. Th?t
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Auguela, CJa.t Nov. 0, 1859 29 tf
LIBERAL lNDL'CKMK^TS TO AGENTS I
Fifty Dollars a Month, ttml all Expenses Paid
WE wish to encage nn nclive Airent in every
Con lily throughout the United Slates and
"Aiindas, to travel nncl introduce our New Tuenty
Dollar Double Thread Lock Stitch Srwipg Metchine.
This ExceUior Machine is just patented,
with valuable improvements, which make it the
cheapest and moat popular machine in e*lstenc?(
and acknowledged to be unsurpassed for genera!
utility. A limited number of responsible Hgenta
are wanted to solicit orders by sample, to whoiri *
a salary of $50 per month, and expense* will be
paid. For eoniKliotia and full particulars ad-*
dross, With stamp for return postage*
3. W, HA lilt IS A CO.
No. IS Shoe Sl Leather Exchange,
BOSTON, MASSi .
NOT. 10, 1859 80 8t
AND THE ^ ~ S
National . Feriiliaier*
r|MlE Subacrihpf having now completed
JL rangepients hy wliich he will k*ep constant-"
It oti honil tt \nr%? miwply of PB(ll?VltK..
GUANO m.d t>?e NATIUN-Afc, f RRT^iiSKU) ^
both of wliich will be Hold ai tta original cost;
fpemtO and Vfkif Waittthifan fd&etl. the N?'
twnnl Fertijistfr Km had eatenatye triflil, and-I
FiHte in tny hands undoubted tcsiimo?sl?ttfqf ?i.;:
utility. add ^Nrecttot^ for ffeow *nd npplica^o* i ' %
Alto, ?n on alette di??riptlon o'f ita. properties.ft*e
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he aeccmapa^fW^^he cadb ot k? oqai*al?ut.
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