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e ROVE It &, BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES.
NEW STYLES?PRICES FROM $50 TO $125.
EXTRA CHABOK OF $5 FOB 1IEMMIR8.
495 BROADWAY NEW YORK.
SM. KING STREET. . . . CHARLESTON.
BRANCH* ALLEN, Agents, ABBEVILLE.
The Machines sew from two spdols, a* parchased
from the store, requiring no reminding
of thread; they Hem, Fell, Gather, and Stitch
in * superior style, finishing each seam by
their'own operation, without recourse to the
hand-needle, as is required by other machines}
They will do better and cheaper sewing than a
seamstress can, even if she work9 for one cent
an hour, and are, unquestionably, the bett Machine!
io the market for family sewing, on account
of their simplicity, durability, ease of
management, and adaption to all varieties of
fkmily sewing?executing either heavy or fine
Work with equal facility, and without special
A- * ??
cnutiiw ui mo unquestioned superiority
of their Muchines, the Gkovkr <? Baker Sewino
Machine Company beg leave to respectfully
rafer to the following
"Having had one of Grover & Baker's Machines
in my family for Dearly a year and a
half, I take pleasure in commending it as every
way reliable for the purpose for which it is
designed?Family Sewing."?Mrs. Joshua Lea- I
vitt. wife of Rev. Dr. Leavitl, Editor of N. YIndependent.
"I confess myself delighted with your Sewing
Machine, which has been in my family for
many months. It has always been ready for
duty, requiring no adjustment, and is easily
adaptod to every variety of family sewing, by
simply changing the spools of thread."?Mr*.
Elizabeth btrickland, wife of Rev. Dr. Strickland,
Editor of N. Y. Vhrittian Advocate.
"After trying several different good machines,
I preferred yours, on account of its aim
plicity, and the perfect ease with which it is
managed, as well as the strength and durability
of the seam. After long experience, I feel
competent to speak in this manner, and to con
fidently recommend it for every variety of family
sewing."?Afrs. E. B. Spooner; wife of the
Editor of Brooklyn Star.
"I have used a Grover & Baker Sewing Machine
for two Cl?rl anil H?va
to all kinds of family sewing, from Cambric to
Broadcloth. Garments have been worn out
without the giving way of a stitch. The Machine
is easily kept in order, and easily used."
?Afrk. A. B. Whipple, wife of Rev. Gto. Whip
PU> New York. i
"Tour Sewing Machine has been in use in
my family the pael two yearn, and the ladies
request me to give you their tertimonial to its
perfect adapiedness, as well as labor-saving
qualities in the performance of family and
household sewing." ? Robert Boorman, New
"For several months we have used Grover <t
Baker's Sewing Machine, and have come to the
conclusion that every lady who desires her
sewii g beautifully and quickly done, would be
moit fortunate in possessing one of these reliable
and indefatigable "iron needle-women,'
whose combined qualities of beauty, strength,
and simplicity, ore invaluable."?J. W. Morris,
daughter of Gen. Geo. P. Morris, Editor of the
Extract of a letter from Thos. R. Lcavitt,
xuq., an American gentleman, now resid-nt in
Sydney, New Soutli Wales, dated Jauuary 12,
"I had a tent made in Melbourne, in 1853, in
which there were over three thousand yards of
sewing done with one of Grover <fc Baker'* Machines,
and a single pcam of that lias outstood
11 the double seams sewed by sailors with a
needle and twine."
"If Homer could be cnlled up from his murky
hades, he would sing the ndveot cf Grover ik
Baker us a mor_- benignant miracle of art than
wm e'er VulcanV smithy. He would denounce
midnight shirt making as 'the direfnl spring of
won unnumbered.' "?Pro/. North.
"I take pleasure in caving, that the Grover A
Baker Sewing Machine* have more that sustained
my expectation. Aft.^r trying and returning
other*, I have three of th?-m in operation
in my different places, and after four y?art>'
trial, have no fault to find."?J. H. Hammond,
Stnator qf South Carolina.
"My wife has had one of Grover A Baker's
Family Sewing Machines for some time, and
I am satisfied it is one of the best labor saving
machines that has been invented. I lake much
pleasure in recommending it to the public."?
J, O. Harri*, Governor of Tenncttee.
*,It is a beautiful thing, and puts everybody
into an excitement of trood humor. Were I a
Catholic, I should insist upon Sains Grover and
Baker having an eterual holyday in comment
oration of their good deeds for humanity."?
Catriut. M. Clay,
"I think it by far the best patent in use.
This machine can be adapted from the finest
cauibrick to the heaviest cassimere. It sews
stronger, faster, and more beautifully than one
can imagine. If mine could not be replaced,
money could not buy it."?Mf. J. O Broun,
Nathville, Tenn. ,
"It is speedy, Terr neat . and durable in its
work ; is easily understood and knpt in repair.
I earnestly recommend this Machine to all my
acquaintances and others."?Mrt. M. A. Forrest,
find this Machine to work to onr satisfaction,
and with pleasure recommend it to
the public, as we believe the Grover & Baker
to be the best Sewing Machine in use."?Deary
"If lined exclusevely for family purposes,
with ordinary care. I will wager they wijl lmt
one 'three wore years a no ten,' and ne?if get
out of fix."?John. Ertkine, Nathviile, Tenn
' I hare hadyntir Machine for several week*,
and am perfectly satisfied that the work it does
is the best and most heautiful that ever wu
made."?May git. Atmiton Nathviile, Tenn.
"I u?e my Machine upon conts, dress making,
And fine linen stitching, and the work is admirable?
far better than the beet hand-sewing,
or any other sewing machine I have ever seen."
?Lucy B. Thompton, Nathviile, Tenn.
"I find the .work the strongest and most
baaotifnl I have ever seen, made either by hand
or machine, and regard the Grover 6 Baker
Machine aaoneof the greatest blessings to our
aex"?Mr*. Taylar, Nathviile, Tenn.
"I hava one of Grover A'Baker's Sewing
Machines in use in my family, and find it formidable.
I can confidently recommend it to
t! persona in want of. a Machine."? O. T.
Thompton, Nathviile. Tenn.
IT A-l 1 ' Jt"" ? - ?
i mm pleasure in eertuying to the utility
of the Grover A Baker Sewing Machine*. I
have n*ed one on almost every description of
work for month*, and find it much stronger and
better in every respect than work done by
hand."?Ifrt. D. W. WJutler Nashniiitfe Term.
"I would be iifiwilling to diAie qX-wfy Gro
*er A Baker tfcchine for a large amount, oonld
I not rsplaee it again at pleasure "?Mr*. H.
O- 8eov*l, NcuhrilU, Tenn.
"Onr two Machines, purehase&fttftn yon, do
the work of twenty young laflijL We with
pleasure recommend the"$rorer dT$ak?r Sewing
Machine to be the best in use."?If. Stillmam
k Co. Memphis., Tmn.
*^The Ororer A Baiter Sewing Maehin* work*
> Admirably, I think the stiMfr- and work far
" StlDSrior to nf ?- - *
? ?? ? injl ever
?lw. On fin* work, I thirft the m?ehin* would
b* hard to batVW. J. DmtU, JftmpkU,
"I find U>? maghin* Maily managed, T?ry
dorabU, snd Uk?*plMattr* recommending
H to all who wbb eoufVukno*, ttotonf, ?
ylnNUff.-?M>. f. li*m, MmJfraa.
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ir. s. i
1~MIE SUBSCRIBER bees leave to nnnoun
mode large and well selected iiiMitious to
ment complrte in every respect. The trading j
which consists, in part, of the following:
U XI v *3 Ju XIX12) v j X
N. O. and Muscovado SUG ARS,
Loaf, Crushed and Clarified SUGARS,
Rio, Sn^uira, Maricaybo, Java and Mock
N, O. SYRUP and W. I. MOLASSES,
Pure White Wine and Cider VINEGAR,
Best Bluck and Young 11Y3EN TEA,
n AI1IT6 All O 1
TAIN I a, UlL&j \
niiiijj w iiXiJu ii
IRON & NAILS
S T E
The attention of Mechanics and (
to his Stock of *]
Abbeville C- II., S. C., Mureh 9, 1659
J. M. NEW
WHOLESALE AND B
CHEAP READY 1
J* ISTewby & Co., 1
G-oods in ^
AND ENO WING THE STYLES AND
A UO USTA, CAN ALWAYS SHO W
BEST FITTING GOODS A
BESIDES THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE
MESSRS. D. D
Thev also keen tlie beat Mnltp nn<1 T?iia ?.fn
at their establishment and look through. They
for MEN and BOYS wear?ever offered in ii
Augusta, Ga., Feb. 9, 1859.
rr^HE Subscribers have recently received
I large additions to their Stock of BOOKS,
DRUGS and FANCY ARTICLES, to which
thcv invite attention. We have a better, finer
and more extensive stock than ever, and are prepared
to procure almost anything either in or
out of our line, ns our acqunintance at the North
is very extensive. In addition to our former
stock we have added
WHITE LEAD, LINSEED AND TANNER'S
OIL. WINDOW GLASS,
OILT PICTURE FRAMES,
And a vftrily of other articles which it is useless
In our peregrinations North we lmve been
solicited to net aa Agents for several Sewing
Machine Companies, and will furnish different
kinds at a very small advance on New York
We are diao agents for one of the best Piano
Houses North, and will furbish warranted
Pianos on the same. terms.
We are also agents for the celebrated Hoe's
Circular Saws, and are prepared to fill nny order
iu that lineBranch.
alLen a Edwards.
Abbeville C. H., and Due West, S. C.
March 10, 1859. 46 8t
BY Permission of the Ordinary of Abbeville
District, I will sell by Public Auction.nl
the* late residence of ROBERT SMITH dec d., on
TUESDAY, THE 22D MARCH,
All of the personal property of said deceased,
(Mostly young.) Mules. Horses, Corn. Fodder,
P?as, Bacon, Cotton Seed, Lard, Plantation
Tools. Two WHfffini u ?
D-..v, vv?e, IIUUHCIlOia
and K itchen Furniture, and other property too
tedious to mention.
Term* of enle.??Cretiit till 1st January, i860
?note and approved security, with interest
The land will be rented the same day.
WILLISTON W. FRANKLIN,
March 6, 1859 45 2t
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
THE Subscribers having had the misfortune
to loose, by the fire of the 29th January,
the STEAM MILL and MACHINERY connected
COACH tf AC TOR Y
in Greenville, take this method of apprising
their friends and patrons that they will still
continue business as heretofore, Without change
in their Finn or abatement of their exertions
They Have oil Hands,
atid are constantly finishing, all the varieties of
fiver mode by them, to which they invite the
attention of purchaser*.
They take pleasure in correcting an impre*stomtnat
their 8tock of SEASONED LUMBER
w*s lost with the Mill, and would eay that, in
quantity and quality,
Their lofflber Dai HeYtr Beel Better.
The generone patronage hitherto raeeived
Warrant* the conclusion that their effort* are
appreciated, and etiraalatea them in making
further exertions. Their experience %ill enable
them to eeleet and^Wperat^ the most approved
Machinery, with advantaag?s not sur1
paeaed by any Manufacturer* either North or
| OOWER, COX, M ARKLEY A CO.
Greenville, 8. C., March 7.1869. 40 tf
jr ?!?, Jr IBU>
ANEW supply of MiaMrftad LadiM' Ool'd
and White, jot* r???ir?d
. AbfcrrOk O. Jt. iaf. It, N 371#
-J i ,' V.
i?tainr rlttiMr i i .Min i
!, PROVISIONS, CUTLERY.
art House, C,
ce to his customers and friend* that lis has recently
his former iSiock of Goods, (Utilcing his eatxblisli>ublic
are rebpectfully invited to examine histitock,
Sperm and Adamantine (HANDLES,
CHKKSK, KICK and HALT,
a BACON?Sides, Shoulders and lluma.
MACKEREL, in Kits, Bitrrela and Half
IifKi American MUSTARD,
SPICE, GINGEK, PEPPER, ?ka ;
TITTi P TT cp T T5 T) "ST
d JL\ qU Is U JL Ju jG> Jtifi JL j
!, PLOW STEEL,
nan ana Cast
; e L.
Contractors is Particularly invited
Pools, Cutlery, &c.
rBY & CO,
RTAIL DEALERS IN
_J MB TT 9
I G I A .
S?an"ufactiare their own.
QUALITY, TO SUIT THE TRADE OF
THEIR CUSTOMERS THE VERY
'NOWN TO THE TRADE.
8?THEEY RECEIVE WEEKLY FROM
EVLIN & CO.,
II1RTS, DRAWERS, GLOVES, Ac., Ac. Call
promise to show their first SPRING GOODS
AM BR I >TYPES,
nr T? T l T v rv m TT ~
a IL ii a i a u 11 r E s,
O, H. LANNBAU
RESPECTFULLY announces to the Lsdies
mid Gentlemen of Abbeville, and surrounding
country, thai he has opened his GALLEllY
THE MARSHALL HOUSE
And will be happy to see all who desire to pos
sesti one or more of these beautiful specimen* of
The superiority ot the Ambrotype, to that of
thi* Daguerreotype, i#, that it NEVER FADES,
and is not effected by atmosphere or dampness,
or anything else.
HIS STAY WILL BE LIMITED.
Please to call at once, and tee his Beautiful
The subscriber is also prepared to insert the
Atnbrotype in Biooches, Medallions, Rings <tc.
These are perfect gems of the Art.
Come one, and come all, and come without
delay. Delays are dangerous. Death is always
in our midst and doing his work. Secure,
then, the SHADOW, while you have the
SUBSTANCE. This can be done in a trice, by
calling on the Subscriber, and done to perfect
The subscriber will be happy to receive orders
for painting PORTRAITS also.
Feb. 24, '69. 43 tf
THE MARSHALL HOUSE.
BY E. COBB, Proprietor.
t, - - . . i>
THE Proprietor of the MARSHALL
HOUSE would inform the public that
his House is atill open for the reception of visitors.
Having some experience in Hotel-keeping,
he flatters himself that he will be able to
please his friends and customers. His tabic
?,;n .? -ii :
..... mm uiiin ue supplied With
The Very Best The Market Afibrdfl.
His House it> well provided with attentive
servants, and everything to tender hia custom
Feb. 21. 1869 43 tf
DR. S. HENRY BEARD,
Graduate of the Baltimore College of
HAS permanently located at Abbeville C.
H., and solicits a share of public patronage.
Teeth inserted from one to full upper
and lower seta. Exposed nervea destroyed aard
treated, free from pain. Having purchased an
office Right, of Dr. Blandy. of Baltimore, I am
prepared to insert teeth on the Cheoplaatic process.
AOIm A*? ?a
v?w?vim lutuga a Alien s Drug
ABBEVILLE C. H., 8. C.
April 22, 1868. 62 ly
I Hereby notify and forewarn all Merchant*
and other persons generally, against selling
goods tn any member of my family, on my
credit, without a special order from me. 1 am
ready to furnish them toith all necessary arti
oles, but are unwilling to bo iovolved io liability
without my krtt)vfolj;e.
Mafsh 4, 1869. 44 8m
ALL peAona indebted to me by Not* or Aecodnt,
up to the Aral of Jaonarr. are raquaatad
to settle thavaaoa, at tha earfieat eon
M. T. OWEN,
inn. 1. 181*. ?? ti
" V; ? ' 1 .#- v * vW 'V i.i.
?iahiiiaii?mmi " "*
ABBEVILLE, S C. )
Feb. 11, 16C9 J
ORDER NO. 6.
BY the resignation of Gen'l. W. W. PERRY*
MAN, the office of Brigadier General o1
the 1st Brigade of Cavalry is vacant. Col. JW.
PICKENS of the 1st Regiment, wil'
act as General of Brigade till tbe Vacaucy is
By order of the Maj. General.
Aid de Camp.
ORDER NO. 6.
An election for Brigadier General of the 1st
Brigade of Cavalry will be held (within the legal
hour*) at each Regimental Mtitter Ground
on SATURDAY the SOttl of APUIL ueit.
Managers of election to count the votes and
transmit to the Maj General, a Statement id
writing, showing the rceuit of each Poll.
By order of the Mai. General.
Aid de Camp.
Feb 16. 1859. 42 tf
t-ST Edgefield Advertiser. Anderson Gazette
and Greenville Patriot, copy twice.
WM. E. WHEELOCK,
Feb. 11,1859 41 8m
Four or One Horse,
IRON OR WOOD AXLE,
AND ALL WORK IN HIS LINE,
DONE TO ORDER,
Abbeville C. 11., Feb. 22, 1869. 43 Sm
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
GRAY & ROBERTSON'S,
No. 1, Granite Range.
Trr ncn - - -
? ,.u.. iv ninivuiivc iu uur numerous
wW friends, and the public generally, that
we are tiow prepared to allow the largest aud
best selected Stock of
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods
ever offered in this market, which upon inspection
will be found to contain everything new in
Fancy Dress Goods, Black and
Colored Silks, Cloaks &
With a large Assortment of
Domestic and Plantation Goods,
To which we invite especial attention. Our
Negro Blankets, Kerseys and Srogane,
Have been selected with great care, and all of
wtncb wh offer at the very lowest market price
Sept 20, 1868 22 tf
All who wish a plow that will
save one-fifth of the horse power used on
a farm, and much expense in other respccta,
will not fail to examine (his. It was patented
in February 1858, by E. H. Blondworth of Upson
County, Georgia; acid lias taken premiums
at every Fair held in Alabama and Georgia
since. The stock is simple, rind from two
to fifteen different plow hoes can be used on it.
There can be no iioul>tof its superiority to any
ever bef- re offered to the public. It is to be
seen at the b acksuiith shop of K. J. Taylor, at
Abbeville C. H., at any time, and willbeexhib*
ited especially during Court week.
Price 1 .00 for ever plow run on a farm.
G. W. HUCKABEE.
Agent for South Caiolina.
Feb. 22, 1859 43 1m
BY COBB & CRAWFORD,
ABBEVILLE, S. O.
THE Undersigned would inform the
rc >1 nnblic that they have formed a copartnership
for the purpose of conducting
THE LIVERY STABLE BUSINESS IN
ALL ITS BRANCUE8.
They have taken the well-known Stables attauhea
to the lot of the MarshatfcHouae, occupied
last year by P. 8. Rutledge.
These Stables, fronting on WsshinKton Street
have been repaired ant! refited and are no# well
rirovided with provender and attentive Hostera,
for the accommodation of the public.
Mb. CRAWFORD one of the firm, may always
be fodtid at the Stablea, and he hopea. by
Close attentiori to business. to merit and receive
a liberal share of public patronage.
The Stables will be provided with BUGGY
AND SADDLE HORSES, to hire> together
with every other accommodation usually offered
by a sinrfilar establishment. They have
also, COMMODIOUS LOTS for the accommodation
of STOCK DRIVERS, and will furnfrh
them with provender, at living rates.
J. B. CRAWFOftD.
Feb. 63, 1800 '48 tf
6KAMER. MAlllI.Rtt- PiPEB niMQKR
Abbeville 0. H.
, SOUTH CAROLINA,
ABBEVILLE DISTRICT.?IK EQUITT.
North <k Piatt,
vs. Bill for Raliaf, InHaddao,
8lag?r A Co., junction, 60~
aud othera. .J
IT appearing to mv aatiafaction, that A. Wilarrn
Hadaati. Annhim Hlu*r
Spearling A Brother, defendant* if? the above
Uted cue, reftide beyond the limit* of thta
StaU. On motion of J. 0. frlhamfrCMnp. SoL
ordeted thai theeaid defendant* do appear and
plead, aaatrar Mr. demur to Mid Bill of Cornplaint,
wlthfntP>i month* fromjhe publication
hereof, o# the Mine wHT^prUhee Pro
WM. B. mm, a & A. D.4'
~M. ISRAEL & BRUSSEL
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
their Friends aud Customer* tlmt they
iiave a very heavy stock of
FALL AMD WIHTRR
on hand, which they will sell, on account of
the advancing season, at very low price*.
Planters who have not yet bought their
Brogani and Negro Blanket*,
would do well to give us a call, as we now
cloae out those goods at Coat.
Our la rue stock of
Calicoes, Homespuns, DeLaines, Alpacas. MeriUoes,
Ladies' Cloaks and Bonnets,
will be offered at low prices.
FOR LADIES. MISSES AND CHILDREN,
For Men, Buys and Youthe,?all sizes and
qualities to suit the season, aud at prices to
GENTS' AND BOYS' SHIRTS,
Gloves, Collars, Hosiery, and everything in the
Furnishing Line at living prices.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, and a general
AT OUR USUAL LOW RATES.
lining determined to sell, if possible, we ask
the attention of the buying community to our
large assortment of goods, which will lie freely
shown, and sold ver. low for the "Ca*h."
Nov. 1, 1858. 27 tf
\\J E take this opportunity of informing our
YV PATRONS and FRIENDS that we liave
bought out the interest of Messrs. SIBLEY <fe
USI1ER, of this Town, and have removed to
the Store formerly occupied by them.
We return our sincere thanks to the Planters
generally for the liberal patronage always bestowed
upon us, and will endeavor to coDtinue
to merit the same.
When we shull have the pleasure of greeting
our old Friends and Patrons at our new loon.
tion, ttiev will find us fully supplied with the
Superior Java, Laguyra nnd Rio COFFEES;
Stuart's A. B. C. Powdered <b Crushed SUGARS;
Orleans and West India MOLASSES;
English Dairy CHEESE;
No. 1, 2, 3, Kit-s and Barrels, MACKEREL;
Heavy Gunny BAGGING;
Bale ROPE and TWINE;
Tennessee and Baltimore BACON;
OSNABURGS. STRIPES, SHIRTINGS;
BLANKETS nnd PLAINS;
Negro HATS. BROGANSand BOOTS;
Oils, Turpentine Glass and Whitelead;
TOBACCO, Indig<?, Madder and Spices;
Every description of IRON and STEEL. Ac.
We have made arrangements with the most
celebrated Distillers on the Continent to supply
us the BEST and MOST CHOICE
BRANDS OF LIQUORS,
iiiai can oe proaucea. uur future aim and in
tentions will be to keep unimpaired our long
established reputation for keeping the FINEST
and most PURE L1QURS everoll'ered in Ham
burg. Our large number of customers for
Wines and Liquors is sufficient guarantee that
we keep the purest and best articles ia this
Out superior facilities for selling Imported
Wines and Liquors are unquestionable, as we
receive them direct from the London Docks.
IN OUB SADl)IERY DEPARTMENT
Will be found a New and Fashionable Stock of
fine Saddles, warranted for durability and easyriding.
Also, American and English Housings,
Buggy and Wagon Harness, Bridles, Curb and
SnafHe Bits, Whips, <fcc.. Ac.,
H. A N. E. SOLOMON.
Hamburg. Jan. 6, 1859. 38 tf
ATTnt? t - -. ? - *
vaiv^d i9 iierooy given luai alter publica |
j. \ tion for six weeks, application will be
made to the Commissioner of Pensions, for the
issue of duplicates of Warrants, No. 88460, for
100 acres issued to Zauhariah Smith ; also issued
to Amos 11. Towneend, No. 48168, for 160
acrea. Act 3d of March 1866.
The same having been lo9t and Caveats
against their LocAtioii entered in the General
J. T. STEVENS,
Attorney for Znchariah Smith and A. H.
Abbeville, C. H.. S. C. )
Feb. 11th, 1859. J 42 6t
COLUMBIA., S. C.
THE Subscriber, informs the Citizens of Abbeville
Diafetftft, and the public general^*,
that he is fully prepared to supply them at
moderate prices, with all and everything incident
or pertaining to the
Order? Attended to with Promnitituil*
Haviog ample facilities fur the sale, on advantageous
terms of consignment*?such as
COTTON. FLOUR. CORN and other Produce
?making liberal cash advances on the same,
he respectfully invites a share of public patronage.
W. L. REILLY.
Hon. Jab D. Tradewell, Hon. Edward J. Amthur,
Jesse Drafts, Cashier Exchange Bank,
Columbia, Dr. T. J. Goodwyn, Capt. Jamk-i
P. Adams, Messrs. Ciuvbkiic. <fc Marshall.
Columbia, Jan. 28.UJ59. 40 2m
CHAJ&LE S COX
? . Would respectfully inform
the Public that he has elg
OPENED A SHOP
Making and Repairing of
CARRIAGES AND BUQ8IE8.
It is opposite (but not opponed) to Mr. Taylor'*
Establishment. Ue hopes that by doing good
work, and making reasonable charges, to receive
a share of public patronage.
He has on hand at this time, several new and
neat Bdooibs, and one excellent Wagon, which
he will sell low.
28lh Oct. I860. 268m
M. T. & J* T. OWEN
HAVE this day formed a co-partnorahip
and will b?ep constantly on hao<^ .?
lalge and well selected Stock of fine
Oofd and Silver Watches and
Jewelry- Silver and Plate# .
Ware, Clock* fte*
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, repaired at
hortert notlee, in the beet maMMV,' and t?arnnU^
til mi H
Jn>Tl.fM9.~. M , If
Ae. ' -,
A LL '6atr*)i|M, TmUn, 4*., mhin to q?k?
xV Animal Re tarn* to Uila Office Ma herebf
raqaired to do. ao on or befora 1 at .Monday u
April ii?t All di/miUti tdfl b* rwJtd
Qtmrdtana wbomtc n?t Jr4l eonopl?t?<t tbair
upoiaUHBl**r?nolMtod ??do ?oatoiA.
77 , v , WM tt. PAW?R?-a^A.D,
JEFFERS & COTHRANS,
CHARLESTON S. C.
"T7"\7"ILL continue the Factorage and Com
V minion Business in thia city (their office
on Central Wharf) where they will be
pleased to give their strict and personal attention
to the sale of
Cotton, Flour, Wheat, &o.,
or to any business intrusted to their care. Will
buy goods or Family supplies to order, Commissions
for buying or selling 2-J percent.
They take this opportunity of tendering their
thanlcs to llieit-friends abd patrons for their
liberal Ofttronmr? nnrl r??n?r>? fiillo anlioit. n
cootiuuiiDce of the ume.
H. L. JEFFER3,
W. S. COTHRAN,
Charleston July 10th '68 10 tf
X. W. BYTHEW00D,
GENKRAL COMMISSION MEBCDANT,
No. 204 Exchange Row,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
FOR the Sale of REAL ESTATE, NEGROES,
also COTTON, WHEAT, BACON. Lard,
Whi?k?v, Sugar, Coffee, Molasnea, Flour, Butter,
Corn, liny and Produce generally.
Strict personal attention paid to the sale of
any of the above?liberal aavances made and
Refers to H. S. Kerr and D. L. McLauchlin,
Ahb 'ville C. H., S. C.
Aug. 4. 1808, 14 tf
IN GREAT VARIETY,
AT GRAY A ROBERTSON'S.
June 2, 1868 6 tf
DU. jr. F. ITIABKY
Haying Located permanently at
ABBEVILLE COURT HOUSE,
Offeri hi* Profefsioiial Servicet to the
Citizens of the Village and the VicinityOffice
iu the Marshall House, on the Main
November 26, 1868.
For the sale of
WRITING, PRINTING, ENVELOPE
COLORED PAPERS, CARDS
OJf ALL KINDS.
L. JOHNSON & CO., Type Founder*,
E. HOE & CO.. |
And other Printing Freaa makers.
PRINTING INKS OP BEST QUALITY,
At IVIanufnctnrer'* Prices.
The Subscriber begs to cull attention to his
LARGE STOCK OF
Writing and Wrapping Paper
of all kinds, which he will sell very
LOW FOR CASH,
or short credit on large sums.
120 Meeting-st., Charleston, 9. C.
UCl. 7, BBS.
THE Utidersinged respectfully announces to
the citizens of Abbeville, C. H.r and vicinity,
that he has opened a
Boot and Shoe Shop,
n the office lately occupied by Dr. S. H. Benrd,
Dentist, opposite Mr. Weatfield's Harness and
Saddlery store, and is ready to make and mend
Boot* and Shoes, entrusted to his care, <fcc.
Jan. 12,1869. 87 tf
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 in his line of business,
and hopes by prompt attention, to merit
a due share of public patronage.
JAMES T. JEFFRIESS.
*>?uunry diii, toov. SO tf
Bridal and Party Dresses.
FOUR QUARTER, SIX QUARTER and
Eight Quarter While ILLUSIONS,%hit?
and Colored TARLATONS, Bridal WREATHS
and Fancy HEAD DRESSES, Flowers and
Chenille in great variety. Also, White Lace,
GRAY & ROBERTSON'S.
Oct 28 26tt
ABEVILLE MALE ACADEMY
Will be Resumed on the
Firet Monday in January, 1859.
THE Scholastic year will comprise two
terms: The 1st commencing the 1st Monday
in January will continue 28 weeks?the
2d commencing the 2d Monday in September
will continue 12 weeks.
I? ;? -i?_u i :
*? ? uvau ww.o KtiBH fUjum Viiuutu UCj^IU WlUl
RATES OF TUITION.
1st Seaaion. 2d Session.
Rending, Spelling and
Primnry Geography, $14 00 $ 0 00
The above. With English
Grammar and Arithmetic,
? ? - 20 00 9 00
The above, with Algebra
and Geometry, 23 00 10 00
The above, with Latin
and Greek, - - 28 00 12 00
Pupila will be charged from the time of
entering to the end of the Sesaion.
Board can be procured convenient to the
W. H. WHITE, A. B., Principal.
Dee 23, 1858 84 8m
ABBEVILLE DISTRICT.?IN EQUITY.
Brook, Armstrong, A Co., "J
v*. Bill to set aside
B. V . Posey, Benson ijmsignmet of ezeouPotty,
et. *1. " tion, 4a.
IT appoaring to my satisfaction that B. V.
Posey, one of the defendant* in the above
stated case reside# beyond the limit* of thia
State, on motion of McQowan, Com p. 8ol. Ordered
that the said B. V. Posey do appear and
plead answer or demur to Complainant's Bill of
complaint, within three months from the publi>
cation of this order or the same will ba taken
Pro Conftuo against him.
WM. H. PARKER, 0. S. A. D.
Comtnissoner's Office, )
Fab. 26, 1869. ) 44 8m
Xime ! Lime 11
OAA bhla. Freak Stone Lime, just received
OvU ou consignment, and for sal* vary low
for CASH in quantities to salt purchasers by
Hi 8. KERB. '
Atignattf,18M. tf 4r,
THE abMribtr dwirai to phi?gri ?n APPRENTICE,
tole.rn the BLACK SMITH
Trad*. Either-* white BOY or VB0B& wilt
W Uk?n. Apply to Uri* wbMribor,
Peb. 17.19ft. . *?
A ?y warty,]?m riwt?d _ ' !
The friends of Capt. O. M. MATTI30N *?apectfully
announce him as a candidate fot
Tax Collector at the next election.
The friend* of JAMES A. McCORD Mtpectfully
announce him bb a Candidate for Tax
Collector at the next election.
The friends of Dr. J. F. McCOMB respeotfully
announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector at the next election.
figr Wo are authoriz?d to announce S. A.
HODGES os a Candidate for Tax Collector, at
the ensuing election.
ts~ The friends of C?pt. W. 3. EIARRIfl.
respectfully announce hiui n? a Candidate for
the office of Tax Colltclor of Abbeville iHttriot
at the next election.
The nvmtrou* fritnd* of VTE9LEY A.
BLACK E*q., respectfully announce him at a
Candidate for Tax Collector at the next el?ation.
The friends of HENRY S. CA30N respect
u lly annnounce him as n Candidate for Tax
Collector, athe ensuing election;
C3T The friends of JOHN A. HUNTER respectfully
announce hiin a candidate for tba
office of Ordinary, at the next election.
Oot 27. 1808.
ty The friends of Col. J. 0. BASK1N reopectfully
announce him a candidate for tb*
omce of Ordinary, nttbe next election.
Nov. 4, 1808.
G. Me GAIiHUUN,
GENERAL COMMISSION MEdCHANt,
RKCKIVlNQ AND FORWARDINQ AGENT,Reynold-Street,
2d door below Warren
AGENT FOR TI1E SALE OP
COTTON, FLOUR, WHEAT, OORN,
Oats, Sugar, Molasses, Bacon, Bice, and
MAKING LIBERAL ADVANCES ON SAME.
Tiie Commissions for selling Cotton will 00
twenty-five ceuls per bale. v
Sept. 9, 68 19 tf
J.V . ; , .
Philotoken, or Female's Friend.
A VIPOT ??i ? J ?J * ?
xuii ouj/j/ij juat icttucu IUU rorNM
bj JORDAN & McLAUCHUN.
March 12, 1868 46 tf
Notice to Debtors.
ALL Perseus Indebted to the late firm of
WARDLAW <fc LYON are requested ,k?;
mako prompt pa3'tnent, as they are anxioaiito
close up the business. Their aMoaata as hepi*
tofore will be found in the hands of-lfaH^a.
Jordan <fc McLaughlin, their successors, at'ihe
WARDLAW A LYON.
Dec 17, 186S 88 tf
A FASHIONABLE, DURABLE a Dxsibabui
article for Ladies' and Children^ Dresses.
Also, an elegant assortment of Scotch Gold
GRAY & ROBERTSON'S.
Oct 28 26tf
BEFORE YOU BUY
A BLACK SILK DRESS
CALL AND EXAMINE A fEW PIECES
of the best and cheapest QoOds ever offered
in this market, at
GRAY & ROBERTSON'S.
Oct. 28 26tf
oniiTii aihai an
ouu i n onnuLiiNA,
J. H, Cobb, and others, vs. 6. V. Posey, A. E.
Hughes, and J. T. Moore.
PETITION IN THE NATO HE OF A roKXiQX ATTACHMENT.
IT Appearing to my satisfaction that B. Y.
Posey, one of the defendants iti tfi> sb'ove
tated case, resides beyoDd the limits of thia
State, on n.otion of Thomson A Fair, Pro, Pea
order that said B. V. Posey do appear, p1eA&
answer or demur to said Petition within thro*
months from the publication hereof or the aatju
will be taken pro conferao1 against hira.
W. H. PASSER, a E. A. D.
Commissioner's Office, >
Feb. 24, 1859. J 4? ita
Printed DeIai? R<
^ PIECES of Rich and Beantifol Designs;
Zil) from 12$ to 26 cents per yard, at
GRAY & ROBERTSON'S.
Oct 28. S6tf
A Hew Ohe-Horse Bnaurv and a Pin?
PAIR OF SINGLE HARNESS ..v.
attached, for sale low.
Apply at this Office. /W?
Jan 21, *69 " SB
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Lime, Plaster Paris and Hydraulic
ON HAND AND for Mile Low for GASH.
By H. S. KJ?RR.
Aug. 4. H tf
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Chapped Hands! Chapped%lp*t
THE Subscribers have just received a frteh
supply of Amandine, Cold Cteam, Pomade
Divine, Ae. These ere artWltt1)} applied
to the akin after hashing will beaotifjft DofU*
and preserve it free from chapping.
JORDAN A MoLAUCHLIN. '
Jan. 27, 1869. 89 . jtf
Received thU Week.'
T"*7 HITR ANTi tAmnfal UTtrirwrf i?
__ _ ? 11 a juu tfjuo jor
VY Bonnets and Head Dresses, Whit* Mid
Colored 8TEJ.LA SHAWLS, 20 Dohb WUte
and Colored TCI D GLOVE8, *t
QKAt A HOBERTSOITR'
Oct 28. Sfltf w -3
Cigars, Cigars, Cigar*.
TUST received a Urge lot; l0,00() rert ?
t! Cigera, worth froni #50 to $80 per tmi
and. Also, a lfctof very 6necb??tAcTolMMt
at tl.26 to $1.60 per lb. Pure FrerfchfiraMy,
certainly made from the jUio? lit
Wines, Whiskies, Oina Ac., of the
quality that we have been able with ni^h
care and great expensea to obtain. '
JORDAN 4 MftLAUCHLJW
May 87 th, 1868 4 ^
clear v' ' "i
THE Exercises at the above
flourishing Institution, will Jba VfQMMi
Monday, the 81?t iriirtf tinder the charge offllr.
JAMBS H. MORfUa, Prinoipat AIT itt|
usual branehes of a liberal ediaeattyi,
fanffltf. an/) st IKA Hha^Awatne '
oUUtra win b. ffiven to & prep4Htl5$W
young me? for Co)l?g?. From hw MM jaMrt*
once, and by a strict atU*Ooo to
Prineipil trc#t? to meril s full afcisfa iFffne
Watt. 18. ISM. M- 7*dJ \M
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