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IN Pursuance of an Ordinance to raise Supplies
for the Town of Abbeville, the Tax
Book will be open until the first of March. No
return of taxable properly will be taken until
the parties are ready to pay the tux on the
tame. Il is expected that every person residing
within the Corporate Limits will pay as required
by the Ordinance, otherwise they may expect to
b? dealt with in the manuer prescribed by tbe fol>
Seq. 6. And be it further Ordained, That if
oy person or pereous shall fail, neglect or refuse
to make return to the Intendeni of hits her
or their taxable properly, incomes, sales or other
things taxed by this Ordinance, and pay the tax
thereou to the InteDdaut, on or before the first
day of March, then he, she or tliey shall he
double taxed. And all such persons shall be
then assessed by the said Council for ull his, her
or their property, or other things taxable by
this Ordinance, according to tfie best information
which ho can obtain of the value of sucli taxable
property, sales, incomes. Ac. : and nil siwli hit
on* shall thereon, rh aforesaid, be taxed, and
the same collected ashereiuafter provided.
Sko. 7. And be it further Ordained by the Authority
aforesaid. That the Intendant uiid Wardens
of the said Town Council shull issuo executions
and such final process as is provided by
law for (be collection of all such lines, tuxes and
double taxes as may be imposed by this Ordinance
; whieh executions and final process hhall
be issued under the corporation, and directed to
the Town Marshal, or other person specially npCinled
by the Council to collect the same, and
enforced and executed against the property
and person of defaulters to the same extent and
in the same manner as is provided by law for the
collection of the general State tax.
W. C. DAVIS, Intendant,
Feb. 8, 1869 41 St
BANK OF CHARLESTON, S. C.
_ A.lbtoovillof S. O.
THE Subscriber has removed to the Office situated
between Thompson <t Fair's Ollice
and Jones' building, and is prepared to buy or
ell eXchflflCA nn (lUnrli>olAn u??/l Num Vnrlf .
to make collections or attend to any business in
bis liue committed to him.
llOBT. II. WARDLAW, Agent.
Abbeville, S. C., Feb. 1, 1859 41 3t
R. H. WARDLAW & SON,
HAVING closed business, make an urgent
call on those indebted to them to come forward
and settle up. Those to whom we are indebted
want their money, and we must collect.
Take warning in timo We can't wait. One of
us may be fouud in the Office, situated between
Jones' building and Thomson Fair's OlTire.
where we will be happy to attend to those who
call soon to pay. Those who neglect to do so will
have to call in some other office.
Abbeville, S. C., Feb. I, 1859. 40 3t
Northern Planting Potatoes.
BBLS. Pink Eye Potatoes, for Plauting. I
w v ?u uuo viucr.
Sugar, Coffee and Ittolasscs.
12 bb?. N. O. Syrup, very fine.
4 Hhds. Choice N. O. Sugars.
10 bble. Stewart's Coffee do
25 Bags Prime Rio Coffee.
10 do La^uira do
6 do Maricaybo do
4 do Old Mocha do
10 Packets Old Gov Java Coffee.
Hardware and Cutlery, Carpenters Tools,
&Ci) icCij &Ci
In great variety and of best quality.
40 Boxes Adamantine Candles.
20 do Best Quality Sperm Candles.
-aaa ti- ?~? rtr
i a,vw uavuua uigars.
H. S. KERR.
Feb. 2,1850 40 tf
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THE Subscriber, informs the Citizens of Abbeville
District, and the public generally,
that he is fully prepared to supply them at
moderate prices, with all and everything incident
or pertaining to the
Order* Attended to witfi Prornpititudf..
Having ample facilities for the sale, on advantageous
terms of consignments?such ns
COTTON. FLOUR, CORN and other Produce
?making liberal cash advances on the snm^,
be respectfully invites a share of public patron?
w. L. REILLY.
Hon. Jar. D. Tradewell, Hon. Edward J. An
tour, .vtssk Drafts, Cashier Exchange Iiunk,
Columbia, Dr. T. J. Goodwyn, Cait. J auks
P. Adams, Messrs. Chambers if Marshall.
Columbia, Jan. 28, 1859. 40 2m
FIRE IN THE MOUNTAIN! RUN BOYS,
SHEEP t SHEEP <
Marshall frazier, of Edgefiei.i, re
fused to take TEN EWES bid off by <
him at the Sale made by one J. W- W. MARshall,
as Administrator of Win, A. Williams,
"Forty-one fine EWES and one Imported
South Dovn RAM," were advertised for sale.
During the biddings I asked the Administrator
Marsha)), if the EWES And the It\M had run
together in the same pasture. And he answered
promptly "Yes." These circumstances induced
me to believe that the Ewes offered sale were
probably with young by the Imported South
Down Ram?and, under that impression, 1 bid
off ten of them. The day succeeding the sole
I ascertained that the supposed Ram was a
Wether?that the Imported South Down Ram
was a native of Cass County, Georgia, and that
the Ewes I bid off were not one of them with
Under such circumstances, I declined to roeeive
the Ewes struck off to me, and ONE J.
W. W. MARSHALL, of Abbeville District,
may make the most of it.
Jan. 26,1869. 40 2t
A LL oersons who ? -m? ? -
?- ? -.w uuvuvcU) ciciirr ny
A Not? or Account, to John Ilobinton dec'd;
or to the undersigned, for purchases made at the
Wle of the personal properly of said deceased,
'/ut requested to make immediate payment. And
/ill persona having demands against said Estate
K'U pVesent them for payment to the Administor,
The attention of all interested is specially
jpnd particularly invited to this notice, as it is
iho last that wijl be given.
jJ, W. IlEARST, Adm'r.
Jan. Hfi, 1859 41 - 8t
- 80UTH CAROLINA,
WILLIAM BJLL, Esq,, Ordinary of Abbe?
WHEREAS, William J. Oray bap applied
to me i&r Letters of Adminfstratioo. on
II end sintralar the croods ?ni!
<nd credits of- John?Gray lete of the District
fjtteeid, deeea*d. ...
.Jflifi* erp, therefqro, V) ??te and admonish
all ?ad singular the kindred and creator* of
?M.^japsaaed, to be and appear before me, at I
Ordftiery?s Court for the said District,
to bfholden at 4 ibbeville Coart Ifouse, on the
fifteenth day of Fstp-uary in St., to show cense
Fj/ Administratis ahopld
>p5iTie' tinder my had and seal, this thirty
?j<<. ?f Jaaaary, in the year of otoir
}h 'U j 2>
' "jp V, >'
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Estate of Samuel B. Major, dec'd
BY Pertnipuion of tlie Ordinary for Abbeville
District, I will sell by public auction, at the
late residence of euid deceased, on Wednetday
the lClli of February next, all his pursonul Estate,
consisting of Ten young and
Horses, Mules, Cattle, lio^s, Sheep, Corn, Fodder,
Wheat, Oute, Pons. Dacon, a quantity of
pure Uoyd Cotton Seed, Shucks, Plantation
Tools, Household and Kitchen Furniture, and
other property too tedioufi to mention.
Ternia mude known on day of sale.
MATILDA L. MAJOR,
I Note?The Plantation will be rented ou same
day for the present year.
M. L. M.
Jan. 28, 1859 41 2t
Estate of Mary A. Fraser, Deceased.
IN accordance with the last Will of Mrs.
Mary A. Fraser, dec'd, I will sell at public
auction, at. her late residence on Wednesday.
the 28 of February next, the following property,
viz : Ilorses, Mules, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep,
Corn, Fodder, Oats, Wheat, Cotton in Bales,
Cotton in Seed, Blacksmith's Tools, Wagons,
I.Mautation Implements, Household and Kitchen
Also, at the same time will be sold a plantation
of land, belonging to the estate of said deceased,
containing one hundred and eleven
acres, more or less. Suid Land is known us
the " Derry Tract."
The Terms of sale of the above property will
be made known on the duy of sale.
Jan. 26, 1859 39 3t
BY Virtue of the last Will and Testament of
HUGH ROBERSON, d-e'd., I will sell
at the residence of said dee'd., on THURSDAY
the 17th day of FEBRUARY next. Some
Tl f m._l? VAIT*ti '
jliii'cu ur ruur i>?KOiy x UUIXU IS??UUUI!^| fllJU
a Lot of CATTLE.
TERMS?Made known on day of Rale,
J. W. LIPSCOMB.
Jan. 22. 1869. 89 3t
Banner copy 3 times.
BY virtue of sundry writs of Fieri facias to
me directed, I will sell at Abbeville Court
House, wiiliiu the legal hours of sale, on the
first Monday rind Tuesday in Febuary, the following
property, to wit:
3f>7 Acres of Land, mor.* or lees, hounded by
lands of Itoberl M. Davis, and others ; also, two
Negroes, levied on us the property of A. Maulden,
ads. B. Allen.
Also, at defendant's residence, on Wednesday,
the 9th of February next. Two Horses, One
Mule, Or.? Lot Cat tie, Lot of Ilogs, Household
add Kitchen Furniture, Plantation Tools, with
other articles, levied on as the property of the
same, at the suit of the same.
130 Acres of Intnl. nioro or less, bounded by
lands of Arch. Boyd, and others, levied on as
the property ofStepeen W.Willi#, add Hniney
<t Story, and others, and one Negro Man, Tom.
as the property of the same, at the same suit.
76 Aeres of Land, more or lees, bounded by F,
Arnold, Nnth'l McCants, and others, levjed on
as the property of Jas. W. Pert, ads. Coleman
6 Bales of Cotton, levied on as the property
of John W. Brown, ads. Wm. SUururd and
At the reaidenoe of G. A. Christopher on
Tuesday, the 8th February next, 1 Bay Horse.
1 Bu^gy, 1 Koekaway, 1 One Horse Wagon, 3
Cows und Calves, Household a,l(l Kitchen Furniture,
with otlu-r property, levied on as the
property of G. A. Christopher, ads. A. J. CHnk?
scales, und others.
At the residence of L. H .lulinunn nn Fri.ln..
afterSale Day. 11th February next. Two Horses,
Eighteen lieai] of Hogs, I One Home Wagon,
One Ruggv and Harness. One Saddle nn<i
Blanket, four i'ine Tables, One Writing Desk,
Three Looking Glasses One Clock, levied on 43
the property uf L. D. Johnson, ads. Roberta it
Adams, and others.
JOSEPH T. MOORE, S. A. D.
Sheriff's Office, January 17. 1858.
BDGOY FOR SALE,
A FINE LEATHER TOP BUGGY in good
repair, that lias not been much used is offered
If not sold before next Sale Day, it will be
put up at Public outcry.
Tfiuis.?A credit till 1st January 1860?interest
from day of Sale.
tJT Enquire at this Office.
Jan. 19, 1859. 38 2t
s\dbeville District? Citation.
By WILLIAM HILL, Esq,, Ordiuary of Abbeyille
"WHEREAS, Simpson Waile lias applied to
*" me fur Letters of Administration, on all
Bnd singular the goods and chatties, rights and
oreditg of Sarah Waite, late of the District
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of said
deceased, to be and appear before me, at our
next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to
be holden at Abbeville Court House; on the
eleventh day of February next, to show
cause if any, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal: this twenty
sixth day of .January, inlheyenrof our
Lord one thousand eiyht hundred and fifty
nine and ill the eighty-scvoDd year of
W.HILL, 0. A. I).
Jan. 27, 1809. 89 3t
Chapped Hands! Chapped Lip?!
rpilE Subscriber* have just received a fresh
JL supply af Amandine, Cold Cream, Pomade
Divine, <fce. These are articles if applied
to the skin after waahing will beautify, soften
and preserve it free from chapping.
JOIIDAN <fc McLAUCHLIN.
Jan. 27, 1859. 39 tf
ANEW supply, just received
at MOORE & QUAIFE'S
Abbeville C. H., Aug 19. 68 17-tf
Abbeville District? Citation.
in nililiiann mill, i^sq., urainary of Abbeville
TT~\THEREAS, J. W. Perrin has applied to
v Y mo for Letters of Administration
oo nil and singular the goods and chattels,
rights and credits ofSam'l Patterson, late of the
District aforesaid deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and siogalar. the kindred andrcreditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before me at
ournexfOrdinary'a Court of the said District,
to be holden at Abbeville Court House on the
first day of February next, to sfepw cause,
if any, why the aaid administration should not
Given under my band and seal, this seventeenth
day of January in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hunilnfir and fifty.nine
an<J in Uv^8d year of JtturieaD Independence.
* W1LLIA HILL, 0. A. IX
Jatt. 18, J8^9 37-2t
TO SELL OR RENT,
At Bonaldmlle Depot, on O. & 0. E. E,
A tARGE and well arranged STORE
HOtfeEi wivbjn Eighty. yards of the De- ,
pot. Tba HOUSE cpnt#ips THREE ROOMS, t
t>RY GOODS, GROCERY pod BED fcuOM.
For farther partleiUft, ?pply to 44^ A- Lyoa,
* * f j
COLUMBIA, S. C. )
Dec-. 22, 1B68. \
ALL CommnnicntionB to the Executive,
should lie addr?"Med to Governor WILLIAM
II. GIST, at Uuionville, unlets otherwise
R. T. WATTS.
Deo. 24. 18.r,8. 38 3t
11 E M O V E D .
"\\7 E take this opportunity of in forming our
W PATRONS Mild l*'RIENDS that we have
bought out the interest of Messrs. SIBLEY ?t
USHER. of this Town, and have removed to
the Store formerly occupied hy tliein.
We return our Bincere thanks to the Planters
generally for the liberal patronage always hestowed
upon us, and will endeavor to continue
to merit the same.
When we shall have the pleasure of groeting
our old Friends and Patrons at our new location,
tliev will find us fully supplied with the
Superior Java, Lagtiyra and Rio COFFEES;
Stuart's A. B. C. Powdered <fc Crushed SUGARS;
Golden SYRUP ;
Orleans and West India MOLASSES }
English Dairy ClIEE^E;
No. 1, 2, :t, Kits and Barrels, MACKEREL:
Heavy Gunny l(A(!6INU;
Bale ROI'K and TWINE;
Tennessee and Baltimore BACON;
OSNABUKGS, STRIPES, SHIRTINGS ;
BLANKETS and PLAINS ;
N?*i?ro 11 ATS, BROGANS an d BOOT&;
Oils, Turpentine Glass and Whitelendf
TOBACCO, Indigo, Madder and Spices;
Every description of IRON qnd STEEL, <fcc.
Wo hove made arrangements with tho most
celebrated iJistillers on the Continent to supply
us the BEST and MOST CHOICE
BRANDS OF LIQUORS,
That can lie produced. Our future aim ancl in
tentions will be to keep tin impaired our long
e-tablished reputation for keeping the FINEST
and matft PURE LIQURS ever offered in Ham
burg, Our large number of customers for
Wines and Liquors is sufficient guarantee that
we keep the purest and best urticles in this
Our superior facilities for selling Imported
Wines and Liquors are unquestionable, as we
receive them direct from the L<in<]ou Dock?.
IN OUR SADDLERY DEPARTMENT
Will he found a New nnd Fashionable Stock of
fine Saddles, warranted for durability and easy
riding. Also, American arid English Housings,
Buggy and Wagon Harness. Bridles, Curb and
SuuiQc Bits, Whips, Ac.. <fcc.,
11. ?fc N. E. SOLOMON.
Hamburg. Jan. 5, 1859. 38 tf
A New One-Horse Buggy and a Fine
PAIIt OF SINGLE HARNESS
attached, fur sale low.
Apply at this Ofljice.
M. T. & J. T. OWEN
HAVE this dny formed o co-partnership
and will keep constantly on hand, a
laige and well selected Stock of fine
( old 111'.t*. XlTrk * I
YT * ?* UBKU
Jewelry, Silver and Plated.
Ware, Clocks, dcc.
Watches. Clocks and Jewelry, repaired nt
shortest notice, in the best manner, and warranted
to give satisfaction.
Jan. 1. 1850. 30 tf
MRS. J. CONNOR (late Misa Duff.)
returns her thanks for the kind patronage
of the Ladies of Abbeville and vicinity. From
her long experience in Europe, and attention,
she feels competent of giving satisfaction.
LADIES' ANP CHILDREN'S MANTLES
LADIES EVENING COSTUMFS
Made and Trimmed in the most Fashionable Style.
and from the Latest Patterns for the
Fall and Winter Season.
All Orders Promptly Attended to. Prices
Residence in the Cottage near the Jail.
Sept. 30. '58 22-If
Lime, plaster Paris and Hydraulic
OX HAND AND for 8ale Low for CASII,
Iiy II. S. KERR.
Au^. 4. 14 tf
AN Elegant and New ONE HORSE WAGON
for sale low.
Abbeville C. H., Qot., 14. '68. 24-tf
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
GRAV k ilBH
No. X, Granite Range.
WE OEO to announce to our numeroun
friends, and the public generally, tliut
we are now prepared to show the largest and
best selected Stock of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods
ever offered in this market, which upon inspection
will be fouud to contain everything new in
Fanoy Dress Goods, Black and
Colored Silks, Cloaks &
With * large Assortment of
Doxnestio and Plantation Goods,
To which wo invite especial attention. Our
Hegro Blankets, Kerseys and Brogans,
Have been selected with great care, and all of
which we offer at the very lowest market price
Bept ?0.1868 32 tf
Clear Spring Academy.
TI1E Exercises of the above well known
flourishing Institution, will be resumed
Monday, the 81st inet., pnder the charge of Mr.
JAMES H. MORRIS. Principal. All of the
ritual branches of a liberal education, *v ill be
tatight, and at the customary rates, and espeoial
eare will' be given U> the preparation of
yoong men for College. From hie past ex peri
enetf, and by a strict attentions bqsinese, the
Principal trosU to imerit a full share of ppblib
Boarding ean be bad from $8 to #10
per month. -..
Jan. 13, 1889. *4 tf
Noticc to Tax Payers.
I WILL attend at tlie undernamed times and
pluces, for tlie purpose of collecting Taxes,
for the year 1858 :
Abbeville C. II., Monday, January 31 ;
Due Went, Tuesday, February 1 ;
Callahauis, Wednesday, Fel>'y 2;
Donablaville, Thursday', Feby 3 ;
Soufiletown, Friday, Feb'y 4 ;
Abbeville C. II , Sale Pav, Feb'y 7 ;
Greenwood, Ttiesdov, F<-b'y 8;
At Greenwood Depot, Wednesday, Mar. 10;
Ninety Six, Wednesday, Feb'y tf ;
And also Thursday, March 17 ;
Wocidville. Thursday, Feb' 10;
White Hall. Ftiday,'Feb'y 1) ;
Sinithville. Saturdoy, Feb'y 12;
Cedar Springs, Monday. Feb'y 14 ;
Cot brans, Tuesda}*, Feb'y 16;
Tolberts, (In the ltange) Wed'dny, Feb'y 10;
Bordeaux, Thursday Feb'y 17;
Willington, Friday, Feb'y 18;
Calhoun's Mills, Saturday, Feb'y 19;
Speed?. Monday, Feb'y '21 :
Lotindesville, Tuesday and Wednesday,
February 22 and 23 ;
Trible's, Thursday, Feb'y 24;
Warrenton. Friday, Feb'y 25;
Bradley's, Saturday, Feb'y 20 I
Douirlatt' Mills. Mondav Feb'v 28 :
Cokoxbury, Tueedny and Wednesday, Mar.
1 and 2;
Abbeville C. H.t all Court Week.
Sale dav >? April the last day for making return!).
All per.?uns failing to make returns on
the above day, liable to double tax. All taxes
to be paid by the iir9t Monday in May, or exe
cutions may be issued.
Property to be returned in the name of the
proper owner. Guardians, Executors, and Administrators
will return property under their
Persons having transferred property between
the 1st October, 1857, and 1st October 1858,
will make it known to me.
All persons will come prepared to give the
number of Births, Marriages and Deaths in
Free persons of color mnst pay their taxes in
It is earnestly requested that every tax payer
meet me ut the appointed times and places, and
not defer making their returns until Court
Week and public days at the Court House, at
which lime there is usually such n rush that it
is almost impossible to do business correctly.
s a nr>nr:f4 t r?
Jan. 5, 1869. 36 ' 8t
:mr?c ^ m ?
TIIE Subscriber who was> appointed the
Census Taker of Abbeville District, hereby
eives notice thnt he will attend for the purpose
of tuking the census of the f|'ee white inhabitants,
at the same time with the Tax Collector,
the several places designated by him for
the receipt of taxes. Every hcail, or member
of a fa'i.ily, when summoned to tluso, required,
under penalty, to make on oath a correct return
of all and every free while pereou of his
Attention to the above notice will confer a
favor on the subscriber.
Jan. 5. 1859. 3G 8t
rJ~MIE Undcrsinced respectfully announces to
j*_ me citizens 01 Aimeville, u. 11., and vicinity,
thut lie lias opened a
Boot and Shoe Shop,
n the office lately occupied by Dr. S. II. Beard,
Dentist, opposite Mr. Wcstfield's Harness and
Saddlery Store, and ie read}1 to make and ineiid
Bouts and Shoes, entrusted to his care, <fcc.
Jan. 12, 1859. 37 tf
Notice to Pcbtors.
ALL pcreonB indebted to me by Note or Account,
up to the first of January, are requested
to settle the same, qt the earliest convenience.
M. T. OWEN.
Jau. 1, 1859- 80 tf
Masonic Female College,
COKESDURY, S. C.
THE REGULAR exercises in lliis Oollege will
be resumed the first Monday in February,
1859. The Scholarship plan will then go into
No Student will be received upon that plan
without a certificate' of Scholarship, which
must be presented to the Treasurer.
Certificates of Scholarship i-an be obtained
from tho Agent, D. W. JlcCanta or JJ. Strauss,
By order of the Board.
F. F. GARY, Sec'y.
Jan. C, 1859. SO 4t
1 ^uUU for which will be paid the highest
maiket price in goods. Wc have now in store,
nnd are daily receiving, a fine lot of groceries
which will lie sold low for Cath. Come to New
Market and buy your yearly supp lies soon. We
have also an assortment of D. LANDUETIIS,
fresh and genuine GARDEN SEEDS, price 6Jcents
per paper, also fine fresh Northern raised
yellow eyed Irish Potatoes. Come and supply
yourself as now is the time to plant for early
A pnr rTAM 1. D \l nunnwuiM
iii i uiiiu. xv . iu. r ii.ru v x jii\n
New Mnrkel, S. C., Jan. 18, 1659 38-41
rI",HE subscriber desires to hire ft No. 1 Boot
X and Shoe Maker for the ensuing year to
locate at or near Chappell's Depot. I will
make other propositions to act as co-partner
with any person of veracitv and steady habits,
possessing ut the sume time good skill a* a
Boot and Shoe Maker. I have been solicited
at repeated times, and hnva now concluded to
act as co-partner or otherwise.
Any person desiring to engnge in business of
this kind will do well to tako advantage of this
P. W. CHAPPEIX.
Jan. 19, 1859. 88 8t
Brick layer and Plasterer.
THE Undersigned respectfully informs the
citizens of Abbeville, that having located
permanently at Abbeville Village, he is prepared
to execute every thing io his line of bit
siiieaa, nruj hopes by prompt attention, to merit
a due share of public patronage.
JAMES T. JEFFRIESS.
January 6th, 1869. 86 tf
ABEVIUJS KALE ACADEMY
Will be Resumed, on the
Flrot Monday in JBnoary, 1859.
THE Scholastic year will comprise two
terms ; The 1st commencing the 1st Monday
in January will continue 28 weeks?the
2d commencing the 9d Monday in September
will continue 12 weeks.
It is desirable that pupils should begin with
RATE8 OF TUITION.
1st Session. 3d Section.
' Reading, Spelling and
i n?-i? -
. ........j vrcugiH|mva~ fit UU I 6 UU
Til* above, willi Engli?n
- Grammar arfd Aritlw
metio, - - - 2Q 00 9 00
The above, with Algebra
arid Geometry, 88 00 JO 00 >
The rihoTfl, with Latin
and Greek, -? - 19 00 ' 19 00
Popila will be charged front the time of
entering to the end of the 8taaion.
Board can he prootired convenient to the
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; in..,,. i> ,i. , . i. u. ,i l m i-'-Hfini
Hi OelMliet. .C
^ PIECES of Rich and Be*ntfful D?sigti?,
Atkj from i*8
M. ISRAEL & BIIUSSEL
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
their Friends and Customers that they
Iiave a very heavy stock of
FALL Am WINTER
on hand, wliich they will sell, on account of
the advuneing season, at very low price*.
runners wiio nave not y?*t l>ougtit tlieir
Brogaus aud Negro Blaukeli,
would do well to give us a cull, 03 we now
close out tboau goods at C'oxt.
Our large ntock of
Calicoes, Iloinespuns, DeLaines, Alpacas. Merinoes,
Ladies' Cloaks and Bonnets,
will l>e offered at low prices.
FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN,
For Men, Boys and Youth?,?all sizes and
qualities to suit the season, and at prices to
isuivjs SIXVU WXS- SHIRTS,
Oloves, Collars, Hosiery, and everything in the
Furnishing Line at living prica.
BOOTS AND SH0E9,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, and a general
AT OUR USUAL LOW RATES.
Being determined to sell, if possible, we ask
the attention of the buying community to our
lartre assortment ot goods, which will he freely
shown, and sold ver* low fur the "Cash
Nov. 1, 1858. 27tf
For the sale of
WRITING, PRINTING, ENVELOPE
r n i. n n p n dadpdc? n * o n o
V u u V II u u 1 il 1 u U >) I b A n 1)1]
OP ALL KINDS.
L. JOHNSON & CO., Type Founders,
B. HOE & CO.,
Ami other Printing Prees makers.
PRINTING INKS OF BEST QUALITY,
At Manufacturer's Prices.
The Subscriber begs to call attention to his
LARGE STOCK OF
Writing and Wrapping Paper
of all kinds, which he will sell very
LOW FOR CASIf,
or short credit on large sums.
120 Meeting-si., Charleston, S. C.
Oct. 7, 853.
. Would respectfully inform w
the Public that he has
OPENED A SHOP
making and Repairing- of
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES.
It is opposite (linl not opposed) to Mr. Taylor's
Establishment. He hopes that by doing good
work, and making reasonable charges, to receive
a chare of public patronage.
He has on hand at this time, several new and
neat Bupoiks, and one excellent Wagon, which
he will sell low.
'28ill Oct., 1858. ?68m
ABBEVILLE DISTRICT.?IK EQUITY.
O. T. Portlier, Ex'r, \
andTrustee, Bill for Injunction,
vs Construction, DirecJosliua
Daniel, Wm. tion <tc.
It. Iteid and others.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Christopher
Cox. the children of Cornelius Cox.
dec'd, the children of Bailey Cox. dec'd, the
children of Leroy Cox, dec'd, the children of
Rerthima Pace, dec'd, and the children of
Phereby Price, dec'd, defendants in the ohove
stated ease and next of kin of Ju(ic Reid, dec'd,
(whose number and names are unknown.) reside
beyond the limits of this Statu. On motion
of Noble, Comp. Sol., ordered that said
Defendants do appear and plefuU r,nswer or
demur to said bill of Complaint, within three
months from the pulicat ion hereof or judgment
Pro CQnfeMo will be taken air^ijiit thtun.
WM. H. PARKER, c. k. a. D.
Commissioner's Office, )
Jan. 13,1859. J 37 tds
House and L.ot Tor Sale
IN ABBEVILLE VILLAGE.
THIS HOUSE and LOT is situate in a quiet
and convenient part of the Village.
The Dwelling is sufficiently large to accommodate
a small family, with all necessary Outbuildings.
The Lot contains something over
an Acre of Land ; and baa a new and substantial
Any one desirous of purchasing such a Lot
would do well to call on me, as I will sell it
low and on the most accommodating terms.
WM. H. WII^ON.
Sept 10, 68 ?
Received This Week.
WHITE AND COLORED PLUMES for
Bonnet* and Head Dresses, White and
Colored STELLA SHAWLS, 20 Dozen White
nnd Colored KID GLOVES, at
GltAV & ROBERTSON'S,
Oct 23. 26lf
Bridal and Party Dresses.
FOUR QUARTER, SIX QUARTER and
Eight Quarter While ILLUSIONS, White
and Colored TARLATONS, Bridal WREATHS
Und Fancy HEAD DRESSES, Fio^ers and
Cuemllk in great variety. Also, White Lack,
(1dav 1. dadodtoaxtra
VJUH 4 Ob XVV/UJUlklOUll
Oct 28 26tt 9>
A FASHIONABLE, DURABLE & Dmwabl*
nrtiple for Ladies' and Children's Dresses.
Also, an elegant assortment of Scotch Gold
GRAY <fc ROBERTSON'S.
Oct 28 26tf
BEFOBE TOC BUY
A BLACK SILK DRE88
CALL AND EXAMINE A FEW PIECES
of th4 boat tnd chMpest Goods ever offered
in this market, at _
- GRAY ROBERTSON'S*
Oct. 28 * v ?etr
.... .a," I '.1 i ii i i ' i i
Estate of WflHan Vava. Dnnnnsii
"IT^EBfUJARY THE FOURTH, 1m?, Mt
JC npiuttfor ft Anal Mttlemeot of tb* ?boV?
the' eft re 9. iflu /
Th&M h*?t*g elcimt ?pinit Mid ?Ute (if
JEFFERS & COTHRANS,
CHAULESTOH 8. C.
~\7"~\7"ILL continue the Factorage and ComV
V mission Business in this city (their office
on Central Wharf) where they will be
pleased to give their strict and persuisal attention
to the sale of
Cotton, Flonr, Wheat, $o.,
or to any business intrusted to their cnrc. Will
buy goods or Family supplies to order, Commissions
for buying or selling 2} per cent
T1 ?.? ! ? -?? -J??.1--:
a sicjr ?orvc 11110 uppi/IbUIllt^ Ul teilUCIIII^ WHTIT
thanks to their friends and patrons fur their
liberal patronage, and respectfully solicit a
continuance of the same.
n. L. JEFFERS.
W. S. COTriRAN,
Charleston July lOtli '58 10 tf
S. H. JONES.
OFFERS his services to the citizens of Abbeville
District, in everything pertaining to
his line of biwipestf. By a strict attention to
the interests of hi* employers, he hopes to
merit a due share of patronage. Address
Sandover P. O.,
Abbeville District, S. C.
Morphia, 1868. 46 tf
Q. <J\ ANDERSON,
SURGEON AND MECHANICAL
aE3 mrrmr * as* r*? 9
LOWXDESVILLE, S. C
ALINE addressed to hiin at Lowndesville
P. O. will secure his services in auy part
of the District.
Jan. 28, 1858 39 ^ ly
MILLER & WARREN
WOULD respectfully call the attention of
their friends and customers to their
stock of NEGRO GOODS.
George Schley's Whito PLAINS, warranted
all wool filling ;
Marlboro' PLAIDS and STRIPES ;
Domestic GINGHAMS ;
OSNA,BVIlQS, Plaid and Stppps ;
Georgia PLAINS ;
FLANNELS, of all descriptions.
Oct. !i. 1857. 22 tf
M. W. BYTHEWQOD,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCUANT,
No. 204 Exchange Row,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
FOR the Sale of HEAL ESTATE, NEGROES,
also COTTON, WHEAT, BACON, Lard,
Whiskey, Sugnr, Coffee, Molasses, Flour, Butter,
Corn, Hny and Produce generally.
Strict personal attention paid to the Dale of
any of the above?liberal advances m.ido and
Refers to H. S. Kerr and D. L. McLauchlin,
Abbeville C. H., S. C.
Aug. 4. 1858, U tf
MAE6HALL, LEE & DeBRTJHL.
THE undersigned have associated with them,
in the Practice of the Law. STEPHEN
C. DxBRUHL, Esq. All business eutruited to
their care will reccive prompt attention.
J. FOSTER MARSHALL,
W. A. LEE.
January 12. 1867. 37-tf
Ladies' Gau?e, Merino,
AND LISLE THREAD
Very Pesjx^ble fijrthe Summer Wear
AT GRAY A ROBERTSON'S.
June 2, 1853 6 tf
IN GREAT VARIETY,
AT GRAY A ROBERTSON'S.
June 2, 1858 6 tf
DR. J. F. in A BUY
Wor infT nAnm?nA?**l?t ? *
ABBEVILLE COURT HOUSE,
Offeri Am Profeaaional Service! to the
Citizens of the Village and the Vicinity.
Office iu the Marshall House, on the Muiu
November 2G, 1858.
Abbeville District.?In the Common Pleas.
Henry C. Pnrnell, ) Attachment.
Wm. B. Lloyd, J McGowan, Pl'ffa. Att'y.
WHEREAS the PlnntifF did, on the sixth
day of April, eighteen hundred and
fifty eight, file hie declaration against the Defendant,
who, (it is said,) is absent from and
without the limits of this State, and has neithvr
wife nor attorney known within the same, upon
whom a copy of the said declaration miizht
be served: It is therefore ordered that the
said Defendant do appear and plead to tho said
declaration, on or befure the seventh day ol
April, eighteen hundred and fifty nine, otherwise
final and absolute judgment will then be
> given and awarded against him.
MATTHEW McDONALD, a a p.
Clerk's Office, April, 8, 1868. 49 ly
New Goods! New Goods!!
WK would respectfully inform our friende
and customers, that we have made
large additions to our Stock of
Drugs and Medicines,
and would be pleased to havo them call and
examine our Stock before purchasing elsewhere,
as we can offer thern strong inducements to
buy. Our Stock consists in part, of
Ltibin's Extracts for the Handkerchief, Pomade9,
r>,.l tu.i u-:- *t..i .
vywiuuuc oiiu jLuncb ?? uicus , nuir, ifail BI1U
Tooth Brushes, Dressing Cpuib*, Fine Tooth
Powders, Soaps, Surgical and Dental Inslru
Fine Brandies and Wines,
for Medicinal purposes. And all articles usually
kept in a first-ciasa Drug Store. Give us a
JORDAN 4 McLAUCIILIN,
Abbeville C. H.
July 1, 1858. 8 tf
Philotoken. or Female's Friend.
NEW supply juft received and for aala
b JORDAN & McLAUCHLIN.
Marob 18, 1868 46 tf
Rattan aqd Bra^for Skirts,
ANEW supply, jnst received
at MOORE QTJAIFE'8.
Ahhnvilln f!. H.. Ancr 10 Kfi 11-tf
Notice to Debtors.
ALL Persona Indebted to the lata firip of
WARDLAW <b LYQN a requested to
mafce prompt payment, as thfjrHkre ar.xlpus to
close up the business. Their accounts ?s heretofore
will be found in the hands of Messrs.
JoapAV A MoLauohun, their apccessora, at the
/WARDLAW & LYON.
Dee 17, 1856.: .88 tf
THE regular communication of ROSLIN
LODGE, No. 86. A.-. Ar. M.-. will be
held on Saturday the 10th of February next,?
The members are earnestly requested to attend,
M there will be businea* of.ivportAope before
ISib. a, 1?0?. i 46 . ^
~i j'faJA-- f ?* nfr' i' "I
. P?l?u ?H4 ?HI* *.iJL
i ' J V*. *
The friends of Capt. Q. M. MATTISON respectfally
aunounoo him as a candidate for
Tax Collector at the nsxt election.
The friepds of JAMES A. McCORD respeotfully
announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector at the next election.
The friends of Dr. J. F. McCOMB respect*
fully announce hiui as a Candidate far Taj
Collector at the next election.
tW We are authorized to announces. A,
HODGES ns n Candidate for Tax Collector, at
the ensuing election. .
&T The friends of C?pt. W. S. HAftRlff,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate fbfr
the office of Tax ColUctor of Abbeville District
at the next election.
535" The numerous friends of WESLEY A.
BLACK Esq.. resneotfullv announco him aa a.
Candidate for Tax Collector *t
The friends of IIENRY 8. CASON rapee*
ully aonnounce him a* a Candidate for Ta*
Collector, athe ensuing election.
JST" The friends of JOHN A. HUNTER raopcctfully
announce him a candidate for tl)?
ofBco of Ordinary, at the next election.
Oct. 27. 1868.
The friends of Col. J. O. BASKIN respectfully
announce him a candidate for tba
office of Ordinary, at the next flection,
Nov. 4. 1858.
G. lc CALHOUN,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
RKCKIVINQ AND FORWARDING AGENT,
Reynold-Street, 2d door below Wfirren
AGENT FOIt THE 8ALE OF
COTTON, FLOUR, WHEAT, CORN,
Oats, Sugar, Holasses, Bacon, Bice, and
MAKING LIBERAL ADVANCES ON SAME.
The Comuiisoions for selling Cotton will b*
twenty-five ceuU per bale.
Sept. 9. 68 19 tf
Joy to llic Admirers of
A FINE HEAD OF
nfitn r? rtcinw w v*?
Talk of beauty. It cannot exist without a Ann
head of hair, then read tho following, and if
ask morefwp circular aroqnd eac|a bottle, and
do one can- doubt.
Professor Wood'# Hair Restora*
live.?Wo call the attention of all, old
and young, to this wonderful preparation,
which turn* back to its original color, gray
hair?covers the head of the bald with'a luxuriant
growth?rerpoves the dandruff. Itching,
and all-cutaneous eruptions?cause* a continual
flow of the naturul fluids ; and hence, if
used as a regular dressing for the h^ir- -wijl
preserve its color, and keep it froiitf falling io
extreme old age, in all its natu al beauty., We
call then upon the bald, the grey, or diseased
in scalp, to uso it; and Burely the young will
not, as they value the, (lowing locks, or the
witching curl, ever be without it. praUo
is upon the tonyue of thousands.
Tho Agent fur Prof. Wood's Hai'r Reatorative
in New Ilaven, received the follow jog-Utter
in regard to the Restorative, a few weak*
si nee :
Deep River, Conn., July 23, 1856.
Mr. Leavenworth?Sir : I havo been troubled
wiUf^ dandruff or scurf on my bead for
more than n year, my hair began to come out.
scurf and hair together. 1 saw in a New Haven
paper abpqt " Wood's Hair Restorative "
as a curc. I called at your store on the let qf
April lqst, and purchased one bottle to try it.
and I found tq my satisfaction it was the thing,
it removed the scurf and new hair began to
grow ; it is now two or three inches in length
, where it to a* all off. I have greaCfqith in it. I
wish you to send me two bottles more bj Mr.
Post, bearer of thia. I don't know as any
of the kind is used in this place, ypu baf?
a market for inany bottles after it is knowu
Youra with respect, RUFUS PRATT.
PnitADKLrutA, Sept. 9.1886.
P*of. Wood?Dear Sir : Yoyr Hair Restore
tive |s proving lUplf beoeficjftl tpm?. This
front, aud ?1bo the back part of roy head almost.
lost iu covering?in foot bald I ha*?
used but two half pint bottles ofoour Restorative,
and now the top of my head is well studded
with a promising crop of young hair, and
the front iB also receiving its benefit. I hav*
tried other preparations without any benefit
whatever. I think from my own par tonal r*comuieudation,
I cau induce many pVb*
i . D. R. THOMAS, M; Dt
No. 4^4 Yin* street.
ViNCKKN^a, lA.^on^i.28, 18$S.
PROF. O. J. WOOD : As you are about to
manufacture and vend your recently discoverpH
Hait Rf>iilorAtivA I will hIaU f.ir
ever it may concern , that I have tfted it Hud
known others to use it?that, 1 h*r?
ml years, been iu the habit o? \ftiog other
Restorative, and that I find youra Twtljr superior
to any other I know. It entirely cleapr**
the head of dandruff, and with 9051 trto^^h'n
proper use wilt restore apy person'* nsirto
the original youthful color ^bd tej|tare, gw?r
it a healthy, soft and glqssy appearance ; and
all this, without diecoloripe t^e hand^j$hat apply
it. or the dress un whien it drop*. I would
therefore, recomiRead lt? me tq C?prj ??0 desirous
of having color ftn() texture to
.hair. Respecially yours.
O. J. woop A CO., Propcieton, S12 Broad
way,. It. Y., (in the great N. Y., Wfrp Railing
Ftf*blishineut,) and 114 Market atPNti 'St.
Aiid sold by all good PrMgguU
Jan. If, J869. 88 ?aw-Jjr.
ALMOST EVEJ^VBODY HEARD OK
4 Wood'# Hair ?UtW>ratire " tfce word j
< Restorative in tbie case, je pa n&ROpftr, w?
fiave the teetifpony of individuals whoee elevit?d
position in the oonntry, aa wall U'lhtijr ae- i
koowledged and honorable (hiruUir -w
gentlemen, render wh^ref they pqblfeljMp- <
(art in the |ast d?gr#e reliable. S?Tfr?l 4|f
theae have letied, personally the b#lr preparation
wp are npw speaking qf, and Mttityr t*'ffa
atnaziog efflcaey in tjt^tatoat public naHt^tt
possible. Their ttrMoWwBiHliltMih
proprietor's Depot, 81* Broftdway, New Ml,
and opoe sepn and properly appreaiat*},^*
bate .10 besitfltan in eayjpg they, will impress
cflnyiotion pn the moat akeptiaal mi ad. Woof*
H*ir Restorative la, doubtlees, the W
ofiUkind e?er yef*j?fodii4?J. -i;
Itdoea not dye, b?t gt*? Iflia. baakbtffc*
#ed to be'fmcoY?T|||4jr ?<* i**7
b?ld, ?nd olber^n?*T^
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