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J. M. NEW
WHOLESALE AND 11
CHEAP READY 1
J*. ]S?. 3S3~ewby & Co., 3i
Goods in IN
AND KNOWING THE STYLES AND
A UO USTA, CAN A L WA YS SHO W
BEST FITTING GOODS K*
BESIDES THEIR OWN MANUFACTURES
MESSRS. D. 01
nr * m: :m: mm. m jmeo j
They also keep tlie best Make and Fits <?fSll
$1 their establishment and look through. They
for MEN an<l BOYS wear?ever offered in Ai
Augusta, Gil., Feb. 9, 1859.
?M. E. WIIEELOCK,
Feb. 11, 1859 41 3ui
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
CRAY St RMRTM,
No. 1, Granite Range.
WE HECJ lo announce lo our numerous
friends, and the public generally, thai
we are now prepared lo allow tbe largest and
best selected Stock of j
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods
ver offered in this market, which upon inspection
will be found to contain everything new in ,
.Fancy Dress (roods, Black and
Colored Silks, Cloaks &
Shawls, Embroideries, ]
??suHSTrg, sasMffls, <
With a lurpc Assortment of r
Domestic and Plantation Goods, t
To which wo invite especial attention. Our 6
Negro Blankets, Kerseys and Brogans, j,
LJnve been selected with creut enre. mid nil of n
which w? offer at tlie very lowest market price t
Sept 20, 1858 22 tf t<
Administrator's Notice. $
ALL persons who ore indebted, either by m
Note or Account, t<? John liohinsnn drcM ;
or to the undersigned, fur purchases made at tlio t'
ale of the per6unal property of said deceased,
are requested to make immediate pay in ttit. And
II persona-''having demands aguin*l said Estate o
will present them for payment to the Ad minis- s
trator, properly attested. .*
The attention of ull interested is speciullv I
ud particularly invited to tin's notice, ns ii is
the last that will be given. ir
J. W. HEARST, Adm'r,
Jan. 26, 1859 41 St o
BANK OF CHARLESTON, S. C. u
Abbevillo, JS?. O. K'
THE Subscriber has removed to the Office situated
between Thompson <fc Fair's Office bi
and Jones' building, mid is prepared to buy or
sell exchange on Charleston and New York ; p:
to make collections or nticnd to any business in m
hi* line committed to him.
KOBT. H. WARDLAW, Agent. ir
Abbeville, S. C., Feb. 1,1859 41 8t ol
"" R. H. WARDLAW & SON, HAVING
closed business, make an urgent
call on those indebted lo them to come for- r
ward and nettlp nn. Thnup In ?lmm ?j? <*?.?. i? V
debted want their money, mid we muft collect.
Take warning in time We can't wait. One of
as may be found in the Office, situated between
Janes' building And Thomson <t Fair's Office, U
where we will be happy toatteud to those who
call soon to pay. Those who neglect to do bo wil
have tocall in Borne other office.
Abbeville, S. C., Feb. 1, 1*50. 40 3t
ALL persons indebted for purchases of the
real and personal Estate of C. W. ,u
MANTZ, dee'd., are notified to come forward
and PAY UP. The litigation in reference to
aid Estate is ended. The legatees want their ~
mpney, and the undersigned is (Jesirous of clo lor
up tbe Estate by a final settlement.
JOHN W. HEARST, Ex'r. '
Feb. 1, 1859 42 4t
DR. S. HENRY"BEARD,
Qradnate of the Baltimore College of
HAS permanentl}' located it Abbevjlle C.
H., and solicits a share of public pat"roDage.
Teefb inserted from one to full jipper
and lower sets. Exposed nerves destroveii nnrl ll
treated, free from pain. Having purchased an
office Right, of Dr. Blandy. of Baltimore, I nm
prepared to insert teeth on the CheoplaBtic pro Ou.
Office?Over Branch & Allen's Drug
ABBEVILLE .C. H., S. Q.
April 22, 18$g. 62 ly
With the Galvanic Process, ?
BY S. 11ENRY BEA11D,
Office?Over Branch & Allen's Drug tj
Abbeville C. H. d
Aogust 19, 1868 17 tf
Received Thief Week. v
White AND COLORED PLUMES for C
Bonnet* and Bend Dresses, White and ?
Colored STELLA SHAWLS, 20 Dozen White h
#ad Colored KID GLOVES, at ?|
.GRAY & ROBERTSON'S.
ONE-HOR8E WAGON. ?
A N Elegant and New ONE HORSE WAGON P
iVjol- aate low. *
AWttville a H, Oct, 14, '58. 24tf
. v Cl|ari, Cigarp. 1
? UbT i-eoeived a large lot; 10,000 very fin* J
V. Cigars, worth from $60 io $80 per thpjis ei
MM. Also, a loTof very fine che ? ing Tobacco, pi
MtlJVfco$fc60perlb. Pare French Brandy, tl
?*rt*inlymade from the juice of the grape.
Wiaea, Whiskies, Gins Ac., of the very best ai
quality that we hav# been able with mndb b<
<ania4fNitmnie( toobuiu. |t
* Jordan a Mclaughlin.
BY & CO,
ETAIL DEALERS IN
J MS TT A 9
Manufacture their own
QUALITY. TO SUIT TIJE TRADE OF
Til EI It CUSTOMERS THE VERY
VO \VN TO TIIE TRADE.
THEEY RECEIVE WEEKLY FROM
iVLIN & CO.,
1IRTS, DRAWERS, GLOYES, Ac., Ac. Coll
promise to show their first Sl'RING GOODS
Abbeville District? Citation.
Br WILLIAM HILL, Esq., Ordinary of Abbeville
"17 T7" IIERE AS, W- W. Pj;rrymon has Applied
Y T to mp for Letters of Administration
on all and .lingular the goods and chattels,
rights and credits of II. Watson, lute of the
District aforesaid deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before nie at
our next. Ordinary's Court of the said District,
to be holdeii at Abbeville Court House on the
eighteenth duy of February inst, to show cause,
if any. why the said administration should not
Given under my band and seal, this third
day day of February, in the year of our l,ord
uuu wiousanu eight hundred and fifty.nine
ntul in (be 83 J year of Auiericau IudepeudWILLI
A HILL, O. A. D.
Feb. 11, 18 59 41-2t
EVERY TUESDAY MORNING,
AT IVEWBEKRY, S. C.
BY WILLIAM F. NANCE.
Two Dollars in advance. Two Dollars and
"ikty Cents at the expiration of six months, und
timee Dollars at the end of the year.
No paper will be discontinued until all ar earngi-s
are paid, and no paper mailed until
he subscription price is received; unless at
he option of the proprietor, when the circuinlances
call for a difietent course.
Advertisements will be conspicuously inhered
ut the rale of Fifty Cents par square of 12
ines, for the first insertion, and Thirty-Seven
nd one half cents for every subsequent inserion
under three months.
Business rardb of five lines and under, iusered
at five dollars a year.
Three Months Advertisements.?One square
4, two squares $7, three squares $10, four
Six Months Advertisements.?One ?nu?re *"7
lvo squares $12, three squares $16, four
Yearly Advertisements, with tlie privilege
f changing four nines, one square $10, two
quarts $18. three squares $25, four squares '
is*). nnJ five squares $:J4. A square cousiata of
2 lines of biwier type.
All Job Work ami Transient Advertising i
lUHt lie puid lor in advance.
Obituary Notices and Tributes of Respect
fur six lines, must be paid for as advertiselenla.
All under tliat will be published gralitouslv,
and arc solicited. Marriage notices
f six lines or under solicited, and will receive
All advertisements not. marked witli the nuin r
of insertions, will be continued until forid
(tf) and charged accordingly.
Aniiouneing a candidate, live dollars to be
fiid by llie person handing in the announcement.
Communications dwsigned to promote private
iteresl, or recommendations of candidates for I
Sees of honor, piofit, or trubt. will be charged
>r as adverLinflnenta
C H A 11 LE S G 0 X
mp m. w Would respectfully inform f mpmw,
jyScl l'ie 1'ublic tliat he lias
OPENED A SHOP \
faking and ttcpairing of
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. ;
It is opp'isite (but not opposed.) to Mr.Taylor's
stablislimcnt, lie hopes that by doing good
ork, and making reasonable charges, to receive 1
chare of public patronage.
lie'lias irn hand at this time, several new and '
at Buggies, and one excellent Wagon, which
e will sell low.
28th Oct., 1858. 263m
Northern Planting Potatoes. <
IJBLS. Pink Eye Potatoes, for Planting,
lv/ in fine order.
e<i.... _ ? ? -
vuiice uuu iTJtOinSBCM.
12 hhs. N . 0. Syrup, very fine.
4 Hilda. Choice N. O. Sugars.
10 bbls. Stewart's Coffee do
25 Bags l'rime It io Coffee.
10 do Laguirn do
6 do Mnric-aybo do I
4 do Old Mouha do
10 Packets Old Gov Java Coffee. I
ardware and Cutlery, Carpenters Tools,
In great variety and of best quality.
40 Boxes Adamantine Candles.
20 do Best Quality Sperm Candles.
12,000 Havana Cigars.
H. S. KERR.
Feb. 2, 1850 40 tf
COLUMBIA, S. .
rHE Subscriber, informs the Citizens of Ab- I
beville District, and the public generally, 1
lat he is fully prepared to supply them at
loderate prices, with all and everything indent
or pertainincf (n il.?
* Attended, to with Prompititvde.
Having ample facilities fur the sale, on adantageous
terms of consignments?such as i
OTTON. FLOTJR, CORN andf other Produce
-making liberal cash advances on the same,
e respectfully invites a share of public patf-onW.
L. RE ILLY.
Hox. Jar D. Trade well, How. Edward J. Aajur,
Jksse Drafts, Cashier Exchange Bank,
ofumbia, Dr. T. J. Goodwth, Cap?. James
. Adams, Messrs. Chambers A Marshall.
Columbia, Jan. 28; i860. 40
Estate of William Ware, Deceased.
[7>E8RUARY THE FOURTH. 1869, is sat
l apart for a final settlement of the above
state, in the Ordinary's office, Abbeville. All
srties interested are hereby duly notified of
Those having claims against said estate (if
iy yet remain!) will present (be same on or
sfore that'dayf Thoeo indebted will pay op
i the meantime, of expect <o bo sued.
0. M. MATCBON. Mmcuttn. '
Fot.t, iwe fr m
II E MOV E D .
\\7 E take this opportunity of in forming our
V PATRONS and FRIENDS that we Imve
bought out the iiitcreat of Messrs. SIBLEY ?fc
USHER, of tliis Tovyn, and have removed to
the Store formerly occupied l?y them.
We return our sincere thanks to tlie Planters
generally for the liberal patronage always bestowed
upon us, and will eudeavor to continue
to merit the same.
When we shnll have the pleasure of greeting
our old Friends and Patrons at our new location.
thev will find us fully supplied with the
Superior Java, Laguyra and Rio COFFEES;
Stuarl'B A. B. C. Powdered <fc Crushed SUGARS;
Golden SYRUP ;
Orleans and West India MOLASSES ;
English Dairy CHEESE;
No. 1, '2, H, tfits and Barrel*, MACKEREL;
Heavy Gunnj BAGGING;
Hale ROPE and TWINE;
Tenncsacc and Baltimore BACON;
03NABURGS, STMPES, SHIRTINGS;
BLANKETS and PLAINS;
Ne?ro HATS. BROGANS and BOOTS;
Uiia, Terpentine (Has? and Whitelead;
TOBACCO, Indigo, Madder and Snices;
Every description of IRON and S'l'IiEL. ?fcc.
We have made arrangements with the most
celebrnlvd Hist illers on the Continent to supply
us the BEST and MOST CHOICE
BRANDS OF LIQUORS,
That can be produced. Our future aim and in
teutions will be to keep unimpaired our long
established reputation for keeping the FINEST
and most PURE LI QUltS everotl'ered in Ham
burg. Our large number of customers for
Wines and Liquors in sufficient guarantee that
we keep the pureBt and best articled iu this
Our superior facilities for selling Imported
Wines atid Liquors are unquestionable, as we
reccive them direct from the Loudon Docks.
IK OUR SADDLERY DEPARTMENT
Will be found a New nnd Fashionable Stock of
fine Saddle?, warranted for durability and easy
riiling. Alan, American and English Housings,
Bugir}' and Wagon Harness. Bridles, Curb and
Snaffle Bits, Whips, Ac.. <tc.,
11. <fc N. E. SOLOMON.
Hamburg. Jan. 6, 1859. 88 tf
A VPW i- . --- >
Axiufv BUF1"I? J"5'1 receivea
at MOOKE ?fc QUA I FE'S
Abbeville C. H., Aug 19, 68 17-tf
TO SELL OR |(E>X,
At Donaldsville Depot, oil Q. & C. R. R,
Al.AHGE and Well arranged STORE
HOUSE, within Eighty yards of tlic Depot.
The HOUSE contains THREE ROOMS, n
DRY GOODS, GROCERY and BED ItUOM.
For further particulars, apply to Jas. A. Lyon,
at thut place.
COWAN & SEA WRIGHT.
Jan. 20, 1859. 38 8t
O ^ PIECES of Rich and Beautiful Design?,
?t) from 12$ lo 2ft cents per yard, at
GRAY & ROBEUTSON'S.
Oct. 28. 26tf
A New One-Horae Buggy and a Fine
PAIR OF SINGLE HARNESS
attached, for sale low.
Apply at this Office.
Jan 21, '59 88
BY Virti:e of the last Will and Testament of
HUGH R0BERSON, dee'd., I will sell
at the residence of said dee'd., on TIIURSniV.!
11.1 J - >
/in mc < in uiiy 01 rtuuu Alt 1 next, borne
1'liree or Four Likely YOUNG NEGROES, and
a Lot of CATTLE.
TERMS?Mude known on day of Sale.
J. W. LIPSCOMB.
Jan. 22, 1869. 39 3t
CST~ Banner copy 3 times.
BUtttiY FOR SALE.
A FINE LEATHER TOP BUGGY in good
repair, that has not been much used is offered
If not sold before next Sale Day, it will be
[)utup at Public outcry.
Teiimi).?A credit till 1st January 18G0?interest
from day of Sale.
tS~ Enquire at this Office.
Jqn. 19, 1859. 38 2t
Lime, Plaster Paris and Hydraulic
OK HAND AND for sale Low for CASH,
By H. S. ?ERR.
Au?. 4. 14 tf
Cliapped Hands! Cliapped JLip*!
TIIE Subscribers have just received a fresh
supply of Amandine, Cold Cream, Pomade
Divine, <tc. These are articles if applied
lo the skin after washing will beautify, eoften
snd preserve it free from chapping.
JORDAN ?t McLAUCHLIN.
Jan. 27, 1859. 39 tf
Clear Spring Academy.
THE Exercises of the above well known
flourishing Institution, will be resumed
Monday, the 81st inst., under'tlie charge of Mr.
JAMES H. MORRIS, Principal. All of the
osunl branches of a liberal education, will be
taught, and at the cuslpmqry rate?, and especial
care will be piven to the preparation of
young men for College. From bis past experience,
and by a strict attention to business, the
Principal trusts to merit a full share of public
pg* Boarding can be had from $8 to $10
per month. *
Jan. 13,1869. 38 tf
ANEW supply of Misses and Ladies' Col'd
and White, just received at
MOORE & QUAIFE'S.
Abbeville C. H., Aug. 19, 68 27 tf
M. T. & J. Tt OWEN
HAVE this day formed a co-partnership
and will keen constantly on hand, a
1 at ge and well selected Stock of fine
Bold ^nd Silyer Watches and
Jewelry, Silver and Plated
Ware, Clocks, Ac.
Watches, CJocks and Jewelry, repaired ?t
shortest notice, in the best manner, apd warranted
to give satisfaction.
Jan. 1, 1859. 86 tf
MRS. J. COB BOB (Ute Mis* Duff,)
returns her thanks for the kind patr6nage
?f '.be Ladies of ^bbeville and vicinity, from
Kor Inno ?Tn?wan?? in 17.. - ?1
.,r...?.w in liujups, ana attention,
ibe feel" competent of giving satisfaction.
UDIES' 4ND CHILDREN'S MANTLES
LADIES EVENING COSTUMES
Mile and Trimjned in the mott Fashionable Style,
and fropa the Latest Pattern* for tba
F?U mid Winter Beaton.
ALL OIOSBS FBOMPTLT ATTKHDSD "TO. Pbices
If Residence in the Cottage near (he Jail.
Sept. 80, '68 Sl-tf
Notice to Debton.
ALL p?nons%od?^te<l to ma by Note or ^eeonnt,
up to the fi'rat of jUnpary. a>e reJafcted
U> aattlethe same, at Ml earliest 060anienoa.
tyk i, ffjft m ' tf
Nolice to Tax Payers.
I WILL attend nt. tl??? undernamed time* and
places, fur the purpose of collecting Taxes,
for the year 1858 :
Abbeville C. IT., Monday, January 31 ;
Doe Weal, Tueaday. February 1 ;
Calluhatus, Wednesday, Feb'y 2;
Donnldsvillc, Thursday, Feby 3 ;
Seuffletown, Friday, Feb'y 4 ;
Abbeville C. H , Sale Day, Feb'y 7 ;
Greenwood, Tuesday, Feb'y 8;
At Greenwood Depot, Wednesday, Mar. 16;
Ninety Six, Wednesday, Feb'y 9 ;
And also Thursday, March 17 ;
Woodville, Thursday, Feb' 10;
White Hall. Flidav, Feb'y Hi"
Smiihyllle. SaVurday, Feb'y 12 ;
Cedaf Springs, Monday, leb'y'14 ;
Cotlirans, Tuesday, feb'v 15 ;
Tolbertj, (in the Banjr<') Wed'day, Feb'y 16;
Bordeaux, Thursday Feb'y 17;
tyillitigton, Fridey, Feb'y 18;
Calhoun's Mills. Saturday, Feb'y 19;
Speed?. Monday. Feb'y 21 :
Loundesville, Tuesday und Wednesday,
February 22 und 23;
Trible's, Thursday, Feb'y 21;
Warrenton. Friday, Feb'y 25 ;
Bradley's, Saturday. Feb'y 26;
n \t:ti. \1..~ i? i? i?? no -
J/WIII; iu? uiiun, iiiuiMia^' I I'UJ ;
Cokesbury, Tuesday und Wednesday, Mar.
1 and 2;
Abbeville C. II., all Court Week.
Sale day in April the last day for making return*.
A11 persons failing to make returns on
the above day, liable to double tax. All taxes
to be paid by the first Monday in May, or executions
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, I8f>7, and 1st October 185S,
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 must pay their taxes in
It is earnestly requested that every tnx payer
meet me at the appointed times and places, and
not defer making their returns until Court
Week and public days at the Court House, at
which time there is usually such a rush that it
is almust impossible to do business correctly.
S. A. HODGES, T. C.
Jan. C, 1869. 30 8t
TIIE Subscriber who was appointed the'
Census Taker of Abbeville District, hereby
eives notice that, he will attend for the purpose
of taking the census of the free white inhabitants,
at. the same time with the Tax Collector,
the several place* designated by' him for
the receipt of taxes. Every head, or member
of a fa-i.ily, when summoned to do so, required,
under penalty, to make on oath a correct return
of all and every free while person of his
Attention to the above notice will confer a
favor on the subscriber.'
K lOen ' -
uuii, U, iouc. 01) 01
rrMIE (Jndersinged respectfully announces to
J. the citizens of Abbeville, C. II., and vicinity,
that he has opened a
Boot and Shoe Shop,
n the office lately occupied by Dr. . II. Beard,
Dentist, opposite Mr. Westtield's Harness nnd
Saddlery Store, and is reudyto make and mend
Boots and Sh^es, entrusted to his care, <tc.
Jan. 12, 1859. 37 tf
Brfckluyvr ant) IMasterer.
THE Undersigned respect fully informs the
citizens of Abbeville, that having located
permanently at Abhevillj Village, lie is prepared
to execute every thing in his line of business,
and hopes by prompt attention, to merit
a due share of public patronage.
JAMES T. JEFFRIESS.
January Gth, 1869. SO tf
Estate of Mary A. Fraser, Deceased. 1
IN accordance with the last Will of Mrs.
Mary A. Fraser, dee'd, I will sell at public
auction, at her late residence on Wednesday,
the 28 of February next, the following property,
viz : Horses, Mules, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep,
Corn, Fodder, Oats, Wheat, Cotton in Bules.
Cotton in Seed, Blacksmith's Tools, Woirons.
Plantation Implements, Household and Ivilchen
Also, at the same time will he sold ? plantation
of land, belonging to the estate of said deceased,
containing one hundred and eleven
acres, more or less. Said Land is known as
the "'Derry Tract."
The Terms of sale of the above property will
be made known on the day <>f sal.:.
Jan. 26, 1859 89 3t :
Bridal and Parly Dresses.
FOUR QUARTER, SIX QUARTER and
Eight Quarter While ILLUSIONS, White
and Colored TARLATOXS, Bridal WREATHS
and Fancy IIEAO DRESSES, Fiowers and
Chenille in great varietj-. Also, White Lace,
GRAY <fc ROBERTSON'S.
Oct 28 26t?
S OF THE
ABEVILLE MALE ACADEMY
Will be Resumed on the \
First Monday iu January, 1859. 1
THE ScliolHstic yenr will comprise two
terms: The 1st commencing the 1st Monday
in January w ill continue 28 weeks?the
2dcommencing the 2d Monday io September 1
will continue 12 weeks. i
It is desirable that pupils should begin with
the Session. i
RATES OF TUITION.
1st Session. 2d Session. 1
Reading. Spelling and
Primary Geography, $14 00 $ 6 00 j
The above, with English
Grammar qnd Arithmetic,
- - - SO 00 9 00 |
The above, with Algebra
and Geometry, 23 00 10 00 '
The above, with Latin
end Greek, ? ? 28 00 12 00
Pupils will be charged from the time of
entering to the end of the Session.
Board can be procured convenient to the
H. WHITE, A. B., Prjncipal.
Dec 28, 1858 84 Sm
ALMOST EVERYBODY HAS HEARD OF 1
f Wood's Hair Restorative " That the word '
' Restorative ," in this ca^c, is no misnomer, we
have the testimony of individuals whose elevated
position in the country, as well as their ac- '
kooWledged and honorable character 1
crehtlemen. rpnilor roh?lj>o?r >
ert in Ihe last degree reliable.' Several of
these have letted, personally the hair preparation
we are now speaking of, and certify to ita
amazing efficacy in the roost public manner as
possible. Thejr certificates can be seen at the I
proprietor's Depot, 812 Broadway, New York, '
and once seen and properly appreciated, we j
have no hesitation in' saying they win impre.e ,
conviction 6t> the moat skeptical mind. Wootf *
Hair Restorative is, doubMpsa, the be*t artiole 1
of ita kind ever yet produced.
It does oot dye, bat gives life, health and (
beauty to the decaying, falling and dead, re- i
atoring, as ifby msgis, that which waMappo 1
aed to be irrecoverably lost. Heads nearly
bald, and others nearly white, are daily being ,
changed to their pristine beauty, and faces
covered witb pimples arp [rendered as smooth
as *o infant's, and blushing aa a rose, all by ^e
use of Prof. Woofs Hair Restorative. For sale
at 114 Market street, and by all good Drogf
IW ' Foe. 18 eow-lm
M. ISRAEL 6 BRUSSEL
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
their Friends and Customer* that they
have n very heavy stock of
FAM AND WINTER
on band, which they will sell, on account of
the advancing season, at very low pricev.
Planters who have not yet bought their
ISrogan* and Negro Blankets,
would do well to givo us a call, as we now
close out those goods at Cost.
Our large stock of
Calicoes, IToraespuns, DeLninei, Alpacas. Merinocs,
Ladies' Cloaks and Bonnets,
will lie 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
GENTS' AND BOYS' SHIRTS.
Gloves, Collars, Hosiery, and everythiug in the
Furnishing Line nt living prices.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet-Bugs, and a general
AT OUR USUAL LO \V RATES.
Being determined to sell, if possible, we ask
the attention of the buying community to our
large assortment of goods, vyhich will he freely
tthown, and sold ver> low for tl.o "Qaih."
Nov. 1, 18f,8. 27 tf
I* A P E It
For the sale of i
WRITING, PRINTING, ENVELOPE
COLORED PAPERS, CARDS
PRINTING MATERIALS i
OF ALL KINDS.
L. JOHNSON & CO., Type Founders,
R. HOE & CO.,
And other Printing Press makers.
PRIMING INKS OP 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 CASII,
or short credit on large sums.
120 Meeting-st., Charleston, S. C.
Oct. 7, 658.
House and Lot f<*r Sale
IN ABBEVILLE VILLAGE. (
rpms JIQUSE and LOT is situate in a <juiet (
nuu uuiiTcuinib |iuri ui me y mace.
The Dwelling is sufficiently large to accommodate
a small famil}-, with all necessary OutHuildings.
The Lot contains something over
an Acre of Land ; and hun 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 terras.
WM. II. WILSON. .
Sept 10, 68 ? ]
Joy to the iid mircrs of .
A FINE HEAD OF |
RICH GLOSSY HAIR, i
Talk of beauty, it cannot exist without a fine (
head of hair, then read the following, and U e
ask more, see circular around pnoh hntllo on/1 .
no one can doubt. J
|3rofc?sor Wood's Hair Restorn- <1
X live.?We call the attention of ull, old 11
and young, to this wonderful preparation, -i
which turns hack to its original color, gray
hair?covers the head of th? halcl with a luxuriant
growth?removes the dandruff, itching,
And all cutaneous eruptions? 'es a continual
flow of the natural ljuidf ..id hence, if
uaed as a regular dressing *?e hair' wilj
preserve its color, and keep ii, irom falling to
extreme old age, in all ita natu al beauty- We
call then upon the bald, the grey, or diseased
in scalp, to uso it; and surely Ljie young will
not, as they value the flowing locks, or the
witching curl, ever be without it. Ita praise
is upon the tongue of thousands.
The Agent for Prof. Wood's IIair Reatora- ^
live in New Haven, received the following let- ^
ter in regard to the Restorative, a few weeks v
Dxep Riveb, Conn., July 23, 1856. ^
Mr. Leavenworth?Sir : I have been trou- 8I
bled with dandruff or scurf ou my head for J
inoro than a year, my hair began to come out, ^
scurf and hair together. 1 saw in a Ngw Ha; w
ven paper about" Wood'a Hair Restorative" g
as a cure. I called at youratore on the 1st of
April last, and purchased ono bottle to try it,
and I found to my satisfaction it was the thing,
it removed the scurf and new liair began to ~
grow; it is now two or three incites in length
where it via* all off. I hove great, faith in it. I
wiuh you to send pie J. wo bottles more b} Mr. j
Post, the bearer of this. I don't know as any
i>f the kind is used in this place, you may have
a market' for'many bottles after it is known
Yours wifh respect, RUFUS PRATT.
Puiladklphm, Sept. 9,1866. J
Puop. Wood?Dear Sir: Your Hair Restorative
is proving iteelf beneficial tome. The
front, and also the back paft of my hoad elmost
lost its covering?in pact bald. I have
used but two half pint bottles of your Restora- J
tive, and now the top of my head is well stud- n
rted with a promising crop of young hair, and c!
the front is also receiving its benefit. I have t<
tried other preparations without any benefit J
whatever. I think from my own pereonal re- o
commendation, I can indttoe many others to
U. JC. XtfUMAS, M. D.
No. 464 Vine street. r
Vincznnes, Ia.. Jane 22, 18C8. b
PROF. 0. J. WOOSp: As you are about to ^
manufacture and vend your recently discover- *
ed Hair Restorative, I will state, for whomso- 1
ever it may concern , that I have used >t and
known either? to use it?that, 1 have' for feveral
years, been in the h'ahit of using other Hair
Restorative, and that I find yours vastly superior
to any other I kfaow. It Entirely cleanses "
the head of dandruff, and wjth one month'*
proper use will restore any person's hair to
the original youthful'color ana texture, giving J
it a healthy, soft and glossy appearance ; and j,
all this, without discoloring the bands that ap- j
ply it. or |^? drees op whioh itdropp. I would
therefore, recommend iU use to every one desirous
of liaving a fine oolor and texture to
O. J. WOOD k CO., Proprietors, 812 Broad
way, N.Y., (in the great N.'Y., Wire Railing
Fstsblishmeut,) and 1J4 Market street, St; (
Louis, !4o. j
And sold by all good Druggists.
.t?n. It. 18W. 8# cw-lj.
x ! " ?
JEFFERS & COTHRANS,
CHARLESTON 8. C.
"?7""C7"ILL continue the Factorage and ComV
V mission Business in tliis city (their office
on Cfcntral Wlinrf) where they wi II be
pleased to (rive their strict and personal attention
to the sale of
Cotton, Flour, Wheat, &o.>
'of to any busineM intrusted to their care. Will
buy goods or Family supplies to order, Commissions
for buying or selling 2J per cent.
They take this opportunity of tendering their
thanks to their frieuds and patrons for their
liberal patronage, and respectfully solicit a
coutiuusnce of the same.
H. L. JEFFERS.
W. S. COTHRAN,
Charleston July 10th '58 10 tf
S. H. JONES.
OFFERS his services to the citizens of Abbeville
District, in everything pertaining to
ins line of Uiwiuess. By a strict attention to
the interests of his employers, lie hopo to
merit a due share of patronnce. Address
Sandpver P. O.,
Abbeville District, S. C.
March 19. 1858. 46 tf
MILLER & WARREN
WOULt> respectfully call the attention of
their friends fend customers to their
stock of NEUJW GOODS.
George Schley's Vfhite PLAINS, warranted
all wool filling;
Pluid LlN&EY ;
Marlboro' PL,A IDS and STItlPE^ ;
Domestic GINGHAMS ;
OSNAIiURGS, Plaid and Stripes ;
Georgia PLAINS ;
FLANNELS, of all descriptions.
Oct. 2. 1857. itf
|j[. W. HYTHEWOOn,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERC IIA NT,
No. 204 Exchange liow,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
FOR the Snle of REAL ESTATE, NEGROES,
also COTTON, WHEAT, BACON.' Lard,
Whiskey, Sugar, Cuffee, Molasses, Flour, Inciter,
Corn. liny and Produce generally.
Strict personal attention paid to the snle of
any of the above?liberal advances inudo and
Refers to H. S. Kerr and D. L. McLauchlin,
Abbeville C. U., S.' C.
Aug. 4. 1858^ 14 tf
MARSHALL, LEE & DeBRUHL.
THE undersigned have associated witli thein,
in the Practice of the Law, STEPHEN
C. DkBRUHL, Esq. All business entrusted to
tbeir care will receive prompt attention.
J. FOSTER MARSHALL,
W. A. LEE.
January 12. 1867. 37-tf
Ladies' Gauze, Merino,
AND LISLE THREADUNDER-VESTS,
Very Desirable for the Summer Wear
AT GRAY <k ROBERTSQN'S.
June 2, 1858 6 if
|N GREAT VARIETY,
AT GRAY A ROBERTSpN'S.
Jane 2, 1858 ' 6 tf
PR. J. F. WABUY
Haying Located permanently at
ABBEVILLE COURT HOUSE,
Offers hi* Profeational Service! to the
Citizens of the Village and the VicinityOffice
in the Marshall House, on the Main
Norember 26, 1858.
abbeville district.?in equity*
rv t n \ r?_i_ \
j. i. r??r?.ner, ur, l
and Trustee, J Bill for Injunction,
vs | Construction. Direcloshua
Daniel, Wm. j tion <fcc.
Ft. Reid and others. J
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Christopher
Cox. the children of Cornelius Cox,
lec'd, the children of Bailey Cox, dee'd, the :
children of Leroy Cox;'dee'd, the' children of |
3erthana P.acc, dee'd, aiid the children of
'hereby Price, dee'd, defeudants iu the above ]
tated case and next of kin of Jane Reid, dee'd, t
whose' number and names are u'uknown,) reide
beyond the limits of this State. "On'mo
ion of Noble, Comp. Sol., ordered that said !
defendants do appear and plead, answer or ]
lemur to said bill of Complaint, within three i
iioiiths from the pulication hereof or judgment I
?ro CoTt/e*so will bo taken apainst them.
WM. H. PAKKER, o. e. a. d.
Commissioner's Office, ) I
Jan. 13, 1859. J 37 tds I
SOUTH CAROLINA, |
ibbeville District.?In the Common Pleas. \
Ilenry C. Parnell, ) Attachment. j
VS. * l>
Wm. B- Lloyd, ) McGowaD, Pl'ffij. Att!y. )
WHEREAS the Plantiff did, on the sixth
day of April, eigjiteeu hundred ap4 j
ifty eight, file hisdeclaraliop tgaipst the Detindant,
who, (it is said,) is absent from and
flfhnnt. tl?? ISmita nf thla fifolai on/1 k?'o nAilUr.
rife nor attorney known within the same, upon |
rliom a copy of the said declaration might
e served; Jt is therefore ordered that the '
aid Defendant do appear and plead to the said I
eclaralion, on or before the seventh day of |
kpri 1, eighteen hundred and fifty nine, otherwise
final and absolute judgmetit Trill then be (
iven and awarded ogainst him. f
MATTHEW MoDONAt-D, c. a p. .
Clerk's Office, April, 8, 1868. 49 ly J
Philotoken. or Female's FriemJ. '
A NEW supply just received and for sale
JORDAN <fc McLAUCDLIN. I
March 12, 1858 ' ' 45 ' tf
1 ,. > . ^ .. 1 "JUJ I
Rattan ^nt) Brass for Skirts,
A NEW supply, just received i
t\. afc" " MOORE A QUAIPE3. 1
Abbeville C. H., Aug. 19, 68 17 tf
Notice to Dgbtors.
A LL Persons Indebted to the late firm of t
"WARDLAW <h LYON are requested to
lake prompt payment, as they are anxious to <
lose ijp the business. Their account* as hereofore
will be found in the hands of Messrs.
ordan McLauchlin, their successors, at the ]
Id stand. " ,
WARDLAW A LYON. c
Deo 17, 1858 83 tf \
IVlasonic Rfolice. J
rHE regular communication of ROSLIN
LODGE, No. 86. A.-. F.-. M.-. will be
eld on Saturday the 19th ofFebruary next.?
'he asembera are earnestly requested ?o attend,
a there will be busioesa of impor^p'ce before
By order pf the W.\ M.*.
~ TffEQPH. BAKER, 8
Feb. S, 1888. 40 St
POX LE DlSCHETRE,"
\ FASHIONABLE, DURABLE <fc Dwhbabl*
t\. article fbr Ladies' and Children'* Dresses.
Ll#o, an ?l?gant assortment of 8oot?h Gold
<*KAY <fc ROBERTSON'S.
Oct 28 26tf
BEFORE YOU BUT
A BLACK SILK DR?S8
pi ALL AND EXAMINE A PE^ P.IEQEB
W of the best and cheapest Goods eyer offered
a this market, st71' ,r' ' r "
GRAY * ROBERTSON'S.
OH.C8 9?tf "
.>.?* *'j i i> L
.. . a ?
The friends of Capt. O. M. MATTISOBT r?^
spectfully announce him as a candidate
Tax Collector at the next election.
The friends of JAMES A. McCORD *espectfully
announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector at tl)e next election.
The friends of Dr. J. F. IUcCOMB respectfully
announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector at the next election.
jtT We are authorized to announce 8. A;
HODGES as n Candidato for Tax Collector, at
the ensuing election.
py The friends of Ciipt. W. 8. HARRIS,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for'
the office of Tax Collector of Abbeville Pistrio^
at the next election.
The numerou* firiendf of WESLEY A!
BLACK U*q., respectfully announce tyiin as a
Candidate for Tax Collector a^ the next election.
The friends of I^ENRY S. CASON respect
ully annnouuee hiiu as a Candidate for Tax
Collector, athe ensuing election.
%3T The friends of J^OUN \ HUNTER reepsctfully
announce him a enndidute for tbp,
office of Ordinary, at the next election.
Uct. 27. 1858.
CS" The friends of Col. J. G. RASKIN r?spectfully
announce hiai a, candidate for tU^>
office of Ordinary, at the next election.
Nov. 4, 1858.
G. Mc CALHOUN.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT^
RECEIVING AND FORWARDING AGENT,
Reynold Stree^, 2d door below Warren
" f 1 ^locE,"
AGENT Fpit TIIE SALE OF
COTTON, EL0U.R, WHEAT, CORN,
Oats, Sugar, Molasses, Bacon, Rice, and
MAKING LIBERAL ADVANCES ON SAME.
*^he Con'inissions for selling Cotton will k?
twenty-five cents per bale.
Sept 9, 68 19
THE L. 1 V E R
I N V 1 ? O R A T OR!
PREPARED nr DR. 8ANFORD,
Compounded Entirely from Gums,
I S one of the best Purgative and Liver Medi1
cines now before the public, that acts nn a
Cathar.ic, easier milder, and more effectual than
a or sp'tedldr remedy iu the world, as it never
] .cr ^ few bottles cures Propsy, by exciI
tinj; the absorbents.
S We tako pleasure in recommending this
t medicine as a preventive for Fever
Ague, Chill Fever, and all Fevers of a Bilious
Type. It operates with certainty, and
thousands are willing to testify to ite woij>derful
All who use it are giving tboir unaqhpooa
testimony in it? favor.
fg* Mix water in the moi}th ^jth the Invig>rator,
and sWllow'both together.
THE LIVER myiOORATOR
s a sceientifio Medical Discovery, and ia daily
working cures, almost too great to believe. It
luref as if by magic, even ?be first dose giving
>enefitj and seldom than one bottle is required
o cure ady kind'of Liver Conlplaint, fronrftio
vor^b Jaundice or Dvs|>ej>eia to a common
jeaaacne, all of whicn are the result of a Pit*
Price, Qne Dollar per bottle. jJj
8ANFORD A CO., Proprietory ;>tf
845 Broadway, Now York. '*
WHOLES ALB AOtKM!
Barns A Park, New Yttfk; T. W. Dyoit A
Ion*. Philahnlnhia: M. H- Burr A Cln
II H. Hayi 60., Portland; John D. P?r?7CinlinhatiGuy
lord <b Hammond, CUveUnd i
'ahnestooV A Davia, Chicago; 0. J. Wqy0 ?,
Jo.', 8fc"Louls; George H. Keyier, Pittsburg:
0. Hanae, JJaltimor?. And retailed by aNP
)ruggieU. 4* ~)r>Hv-hud
Bratioh & Allan, and Jordan A McLawshlia
Abbeville O. H., and Dua Weab '?
Sill A Ecgjiae, Colombia.
Fib. W, AST- -48 aair-V^
Patau ul QfUu . . *
WE hfc*e ju*t reoeiv?d a lot .of Pn|
WHITE LEAD. LioMtd Oil, attd dSSS
Varnish, which w# ?B1 sail ehaap:
J ON DAN <b MoLAUCHLIK
~" ^o. 8, Granite JUbK?.'
Joijri.mi. . .
|^ j. t ..? . ? - -j
any other medicine known. It' is not only a
Cutlmrtic, bti't n'Liver Remedy,'acting'fitat' "oii
the Liver to eject its morbid matter, llten o(|
the stomach and bowels to curry off t'lint matter,
thus accomplishing twoipurpoSts'^fTectcally,
without any of tlio painful feelings experienced
in the operations of most Cathartics. It
strengthens thb systcm'a't tlie same time that it
purged it; ami wlien taken daily in moderat?
doses, will etrengthen and build it up with unusual
rapidity:-' ' ' ' '
The Liver is one of the principal reguln
tors of the human body; nndwfica it performs
its functions well, the powers of the
9 system are fully developed. The stbmach is
almost entirely dependent oil the healthy
5 action of the liver for the proper perform^
once of its functions; when the stomach'ia
9 nt fault, the bowels are at fault, and the
whole system suffers in consequence of ono
organ?the Liver?having ceased to do ita
U duty. For the diseases of that organ, ono
of the proprietors has made it his study, in
> a practice of more than twenty years, to
a find some remedy wherewith to counteract
i the many derangements to wnich it is liable.
To prove that this remedy is at last found,
B any person tfoubled with tha LiVer Corfi*
^ plaint, iu any of iU forms, Jiaa to try a bot9
tie, and'con vietion is certain.' " '
' These'Gums remove 1 allfriorbid or bad
, matter from the system, supplying in thqiv
[I place a healthy flow'bfbile, invigorating
V the stomach, causing fdod to 'digMf well,
j purifying the blooi}, giving tone and health
to the whole maehinerv. removini* tlio i?m?
^ of the disease, effecting a radical ctfre.
W, Bilious attacks ore cured, and what is
better, prevented, by the occasional use ol
i the Liver Ihvigorator.
1 One dose after eating is sufficient to, r?d
lieve the stomach and prevent the food from
arising dud sourifig. ' 1 " "
Ouly one dose Uken before re(.iripg, p^a*
vents Nightmare. 11 .
8 Only one dose' taken at night, loosens the
bowels gently, and curcs CoativencAa. '"1
rl One aoso taken after each meal will cure
One dose of two lea-spoonfnls will
^ always relieve Sick Headache.
W One'bottle taken for female obstruction
will rei'nov* the cause of the disease, and
" make a perfect cure.
"? Only one dose immediately relieves Cbolic,
J while one dose often repeated is a 6ure cur?
^ for Cholera Morbus, and a preventive of
tjf Only one bottle is needed to throw
ft out of the 83-atem thp effects of me4i<wn *fW
ter n long sickness.
EST" One bottle taken for Jaundice re5
moves all s&Uowness or unn^ti^ral fcolcr from
One do?e taken a short time before eating
<A gives vigor to the appetite and makes food
B digest well.
Ono ddse often repeated cures Chronio
JDiarrhujft in its Worst forms, while Summer
and Bowel complaints yield almost to the
. flrst dofte "
L One or two doges cures attacks caused by
^ Worms in Children: tberp is no surer, safer.