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Br WILLIAM IIILL, Esq., Ordinary of Abbeville
Y\T HERE AS, James II. Riley has
V applied to me for Letters of Administration
on nil and singular the goods and chattels,
rights and credits of Dr. D. T. Riley, late of the
District aforesaid deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
suid deceased, to be and appear before me at
our next Ordinary's Court of the said District,
to beholden at Abbeville Court House on the
sixteenth day of April inst, to show cause,
if any, why the said administration should not
Given under my hand and seal, this first
day of April, in the year of our Lordone
thousand eight hundred and fi fty.nine
fllld ill thft t'ftor nf AmAHinan I imIaa.....)
- J? " ?uu?-|*c...?
WILLIAM HILL, O. A. D.
April 8th, 1850-49-iit
THE WHOLE TALK
T O W 3NT
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IS OF TIIE
GRAY t ROBERTSON'S,
No. 1 Granite Range,
Atotoevill? O. H.
March 30, 1859 49 tf
QUARTER ll-4 and 12-4 Linen and
4-4, 5-4 ond fi-4 Linen and Cotton Pillow
10-4, 11-4 and 12 4 Summer Mnrsbilli.-s
10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Allendale QUILTS,
8-4 nml 10-4 Linen Damask TABLE
8-4 and 10 4 Dessert TABLE CLOTIIS,
Xiinen Damask Napkins. Doylies, Fruit
Doylies, Towellings, GlasB Cloths, &c.,
Together with a beautiful assortment of LACE
Embroidered and Damask
Carpets, iflattings. &c.
In fact ever}- tiling wanted in that way, and !
will bt? offered at or below city prices. Cull I
oiid eee them nt
Gil AY ?t ROBERTSON'S.
No. 1 Granite Range. i
April 1, 1859?18?tf
Jfcw Store and Xew Stock.!
A. .A. WILLIAMS
BEGS most rasped full to announce to liiR
friend* and the public that he has just
returned from New York with a well selected
Staple and Fancy
SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
YANKEE NOTIONS^ &C., &C.
I will not further enumerate, but if you
want a few of the
of the above, please give me a call. I will be
C leased to >how my Stock, and if you don't
uy don't blame me.
tw I am between Branch, Allen <fc Edwards
and II. S. Kerr, Brick Range.
A. A. WILLIAMS.
April 1, 1869?48-tf
BOOTS AND SHOES. ~
TI1E Undersigned, having formed
a partnership for the purpose of
con ducting the
Boot and Shoe Business,
won in miorm uie puouc mat we nave recently
purchased in Hoston, Philadelphia and New
York, the largest assortment of
Indies Shoes, and Gentlemen's Boots and
of every conceivable style and pattern ever offered
in this market. Our entire stock has
been purchased by a practical Boot Maker.
We feel assured that we can, with great coufi
dence, recommend our stock to the public, as
being of a superior quality, more durable than
any that can be found in this latitude. We
intend to deal exclusively in
leather, Boots and Shoes.
and we shall be enabled to sell better work for
less monej than any establishment in Town.
We trill bnrter Leather or work for Ra abides.
Tha materials of our Stock were selected by
EL ROCHE, one of the firm, and the work
m u* tu vrucr
We therefore know the "stuff it's made of."
pnd can safely recommend it. We have a Dum
ber oj first class Boot and Shoe Makers in conpectio'h
with our Establishment, and are prepared
Manufacture to Order
(my work which may be desired.
Call CtTortin 'a building, next door to Cobb,
Hunter 6 Co.
ROCHE A CHRISTIAN.
April I, 1860-48-tf
A. X. Butler, (. a). )
' vs. V Bill to set aside Judgment
-Mm. B. Lloyd, et. *. ) * Injunction, Ac.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Wm. B.
Lloyd, Albert Glbertand Thomas S. Haydon
defendant* in the above stated case, re*h!e
beyond the limit* of this State. On motion of
McOowav, COrop. Sol.,-Ordered: that said defendant*
do apixsar and plead, apswer or demar
to said Bill of Ootppleiat within thiae
months from the pnblioation htPuof or thftiftGto
will ba taken pro eonftuo Against thf.m.
WM. H. FABKBE, C. E. A. 1>.
Msreb tfth, 1??. ) -
At the Old and Original Cash Slorc.
GRAY &. ROBERTSON,
(Late Chambers <b Marshall,)
No-1 Granite Bulge,
^.'b'bo-vlllo O. EC.
Gilt AY & ROBERTSON nre now receiving
T u ricli, .'legant and varied uBsortinent ol
tTABIf J VT? 1? .1 ATP V 11DV r< AAT^Ci
iJIJ'UJJIJ ZinJL/ A /lil \J A UIV A UVU.UO,
which have been selected with great cure, ami
dcMgned specially for fn>t clns3 trade, und will
be offered at unprecedented low prices, considering
the qualities of the cooHh hdiI the elegance
of the designs ; and ull Canh liutjtr* will find it
decidedly to their interest to give our Stock an
inspection before buying, which at all times we
take great pleasure ill showing. Ill Dress Goods
we have elegant
Organdie, Barege and Jaconet
Entirely New Designs;
Still Ilicher Magnificent TWO FLOUNCED
Never before Offered ;
A L S 0,
Satin St.rinn "Rftvnrlflrfl Hamo-asi
Chalies, Organdies, Jaconets,
Printed Lawns, Foulard
Robes a Volante, Borages,
Anglaise, Paris Argentines,
And in fuel, nil tlie latest novelties in Liulirs'
Dress Goods, together with the best assortment of
Mantillas, Lace Points, Chantilly
Mantles, Berage Shawls,
WE HAVE EVER EXHIBITED.
Ill Embroideries we hnve a very large Stock
Honiton and Valenciennos Sets,
Swiss and Jaconet Sets,
PIQUE?of every style,
") ? 'uu5u'5a L
Together with our usual large and vuried Stock
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods.
Also, a large assortment of MATERIALS for
MENS' AND BOYS' WEAR,
In Great Variety,
Of Every Discription;
ALL OF WHICH
We arc prepared (o offer at prices tliftt will
ensure a quick ami rruily sale, and muke il an
object for C<ik/i buyers to give oui Stock a look
ovi-r, aud au early call is most l-eapectfully solicited.
GRAY <t ROBERTSON,
No. I Granite Range
March 30, 1858 49 tf
B. in. & S. A. WIXSTOCK,
RESPECTFULLY inform their friends and
customers that they have just returned
from the Northern Markets with a handsome
IIJL^JJ/ JL VJJVXi.lli.1 VJI
Latetit Styles and Finest Quality.
In short, from the smallest sise to the largest.
Also <? very large and tasty stock of
BOOTS arwl SHOES,
Hats and Caps, Shirts,
Collars, Cravats and Pocket Knives,
and all other articles necessary to make a complete
You can find every thing fine nnd nice, and
for the quality of theGooils, very low for Cash,
or on short time. A very largo slock of
And Sixty Boxes Tobacco,
which we will seli cheaper than can be bought
>Vc are very thankful to our customers for
pnst fnvora, and we hope to receive a share of
this season'* pntronage.
li. 31. 4 S. A. WINESTOCK,
Corner Marshall House. Clothing Depot.
Abbeville, March 81, 1859, 48-tf
New Goods! New Goods! >
GREAT BARGAINS ! !
1TITISHING to reduce my Stock, I offer some
TT of my GOODS
Less than Cost,
some at Coat Pricks, and the balance with
VERY SMALL PROFIT.
My Stock is v?ry large and selected with
preat care, and I offer
LADY'S HOOP SKIRTS for 60 eU.
Colored and White BRILLIANTES, 12 eta.
Fancj' MUSLIN, Fast Colors, 10 cU.
HATS and BONNETS, 60 cts.
Lady's SLIPPERS, 60 cts.
Linen COATS. ? 75 cts.
HANDKERCHIEFS, 06 oU
April 1, 1869. tf
nnZ ? -
PROPOSALS will be received by the under
signed until Monday the 18th April, for
the erection of a Briek Building " upon the
burnt District known heretofore as'*Mra. Allen'#
The Building will be two stories high ; 100
feet io front by 80 feet in depth.
PLANS ana SPECIFICATIONS can be seen
J>y calling upou J. D. Daly, Architect, or upon
^All materials for the Build ing will be far
p isbed Contractors.
r-'-' ' ' R.J. WBITIL
M?ro%Mtb, 1869 4* 9i
LIGHT FOR THE SUFFERING MILLION!
C It EAT REMEDY, CUHK FOR
And all Manner of Lung Diseases,
Shortness of Breath, 'Dyspepsia, Dysentery.
Most pleasant drink the in world. One bottle
should be earried by every man, woman or
child, travelling in any country, to mix with
their water to drink. Price,
ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
If it does not give entire satisfaction I will
refund the money.
Adl?kessks.?JOS. It. MARTIX, Island of
Cuha, or Capt. It. L, GENTRY, my Agent,
Hamburg. S. C.. at Sibley's corner. wiLli II. A
S. Ii Solomon.
April 1, 1859. 18 tfo
DRS. ANDERSON & M'SWAIN,
H AVI NO formed a copartnership for tlie
Practice of Medicine nnd Surgery offer
ilieir service* to tlie comiimnity. Dr. Anderson
will be found nt It in residence. Mr. McSwain
will lie found nt Mr. Tlios. Lipscomb'*.
W. L. ANDKUSON, M. D.,
E. T. McSWAIN, M. D.
April 1, 1059, 48-3t.
T Hereby notify nnd forewarn nil Merchants
nnd other persons generally, airainst selling
goods to an v member of my family, on my
credit, without a special order from me. I am
ready to furnish them with nil necessary arti
cles, but are unwilling to be involved in liability
without iny knowledge.
MnrMi 4 iRr.n aa
Eiuiitii Kkoi.mknt. S. C. M., )
March 14, 185'J. J
rTHIK M0i.il.0p8 of PATTON'S 15EAT COML
PANV, will n#viiihlc at their regular
muster ground, on Saturday the 2nd of Al'RIL
next., armed and equiped. as i he Law directs.
By order of COL. lUKiKRS,
March 24, 1859. 46 2t
?S. H. JON ES.
OFFERS his services to the citizens of Abbeville
District, in everything pertaining to
his line of business. By a strict attention to
the interests of his employers, he hopes to
merit a due share of put.ronaire. Address
Sandover P. O.,
Abbeville District, S. C.
March 19, 185S. 46 tf
Y|"RS. ?* CONNOR (late Miss Duff.)
l. ickunis hit uiitiiKK iur me kiiio patronage
*?f M>e Ladies of Abbeville an?l vicinity. From
lier long experience in Klirope, ami attention,
ihe f:els competent of giving satisfaction.
LADIES' AXD CHILDREN'S MANTLES
LADIES EVENING COSTUMES
AfjJc and Trimmed in the most Fashionable Stifle.
and from tlic Latest Patterns for the
Fall and Winter Season.
All Ouders Pbomitly Attended to. Prices
Residence in the Cottage near the Jail.
3opt. 30. '58 22-tf
New Goods'. New Goods!!
I \\T li would respectfully inform our friends
T and customers, that we liave made
large additions to our Stock of
Drugs and itlcdicines,
and would tie pleased to have them call and
examine our rsroek before purchasing else wliere,
as <ve can offer tlicni strong inducements to
buy. Our Stock consists in part, of
Lubin's Extracts for the Handkerchief, Pomades,
Cologne and Toilet Waters; Ilnir, Nail and
Tooth Brushes, Dressing Comlis. Fine Tooth
Powders, Soaps, Surgical and Dental Iustru
Fine Brandies and "Wines,
for Medicinal purposed. nnd all articles usually
kept iu a tirat-class Drug Store. Give us a
Jordan" ?t Mclaughlin,
Abbeville C. II.
July 1,1858. 8 tf
FOR S A L E.
A HOUSE and LOT, tn Abbeville village,
situated on the Anderson road about a
mile and a quarter front the Court House. The
HOUSE contains six fine rooms; the LOT contains
and has on it a Well of excellent water, arfd
nil necessary out building*, recently .-reeled.?
Possession will be given on the 1st of January,
For terms and further information, apply to
W. W. BELCHER,
Abbeville C. II July 30, 1868. 14-tf
A SUPPLY of Frnngipanni Extract, an
Eternal Perfume for the Handkerchief,
Frangipauni Toilet Water,
" " tfoap,
" " Sachets.
to which we invite the attention of the Ladies.
johdan <t Mclaughlin,
Druggists and Chemists.
July 1, 1858 8 tf
C. P. REMSEN
IS prepared to offer his large and well sa
lected stock of Neio Style*
HATS and CAPS
for the Fall and Winter Trade ; they are made
. of fine material and will compare with the
very best article that is manufactured, which
for heautv and finish cannot be excelled.
TERMS CASH. C. 1'. REMSEN,
Columbia, & 0.
Oct. 5, 1857 23 tt
The Clear Starchers Friend
WILL give a finished and beautiful glow to
Collars, Shirt Bosoms, and to all linen,
muslin and cotton goods; it will be found an
assistant in whitening clothes, and is warranted
to contain nothing injurious.
For sale by
Jordan a Mclaughlin,
Druggists and Chemists.
July 1, 1858 8 tf
i f\f\ OIT\r.fm nf sin. oitiviwp
ruu 20 Ounce* Sul. Morpbene,
for Bale hy
JORDAN A MoLAUCHLIN,
Druggists and Chemists.
July 1, 1868. 8 tf
F. P. ROBERTSON.
PUBLIC AUCTIONEER, .
T7"\70ULD respectfully offer hit services U
V V the citizens of this and the adjoining
Districts. He is so generally known, that ht
deems it unnecessary to do more than refer tc
his address, viz : JJiamond Hill P. O., Abbe
illeDistrict; and all communications directed
to him will receive prompt attention.
Nov. 7. 1868. 27-tf
BAZTN'S New Perfnme, KI88-ME QUICK
Distilled from the wtflPknown flojrer of
rorgevme-nov, nniarpiawa ijj,irsgrance sod
permanency, far sale by > *c?jordan
Droggists and Chemist*.
Jqly t. 18?8. 8 - %T ' 1
? . . ... ..in. i t
SOMETHING NW ! !
A G J FT ENTERPRISE CONDUCTED
UPON A LIBERAL AND IMPARTIAL
TIIE ONLY ONE THAT STANDS ENDORSED
BY THE ENTIRE PRESS
OF TIIK CITY OF
If. K. IIOVT JKt
GIFT BOOK STORK,
NO 41 BALTIMORE ST..
II a 11 i in ore, lid.
Southern and Western Ordrrs.
Greater Inducements tlian ever before offered.
SEND TO THEM FOR A CATALOGUE.
A Gift veorth from Fifty 61 nia to
Accompanies every Hook.
CT CATALOGUES GIVING FULL PARTICULARS
MAILED FREE TO ANY AD
What I lie Press Say.
They Imve n magnificent assortment, of
Hookf, and have prepared themselves with innumeralile
elegant (JiI't8 to he distributed among
their "troupe of friends aud customers at
Not only timy a selection be made of any
choice work, hut with it the purchaser is mire
to receive sonic article of Jewelry, which in
many cases, proves quite valuable.?Daily Exchange.
They make no promises that arc performed
strictly to the letter, ami by thus puuetunlly
cancelling their obligations, have gaii.ed the
entire confidence of not only our citizens, but
country abroad.?Bait. J'atriot
A young Indy acquaintance of ours purchns d
for $1 a Honk at this establishment, a few days
since, and received a double-cased Gold Watch
valued ftt out hundred dollar*?(Slipper.
The success which attends the Gift book
House of Messrs. II. K. 1IOYT it CO.. has uo
precedents in the annals of Gift Enterprises.A
(.'a11 and see them, and our word for it, yc?
will not regret, your visit.?I) it natch.
All Orders should be addressed 1.0
II. C. HOl'T A CO.,
No. 41 Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md
March'17, 1851) 40 2m
viauevine umlricl? Citation.
By WILLIAM IIILL, Esq., Ordinary of Abbeville
"XVHEIIEAS, Peter L. Gillcbenu has applied to
*' me for Letters of Administration, on nil
and singular the goods und chattels, rights nml
credits of Gabriel Cox, late of llie District
These arc, therefore, to cite an<1 admonish nil
nnd singular the kindred and creditor* of said
deceased, to lie and appear before me, at our
next Ordinary's Court lor the said District, to
he liolden Ht Abbeville Court House, on the
eiglrth 'day of April next., to show
cause' if any, why the said Administration
shoiilJ ni^ 1 ununited.
Giver^under my hand and peal, this twentythird
flffy A>f March, in the year of our
Lord oiiti-lLousiind eight hundred and tifty
i.ine a*id in the eighty-second year of
W. HILL, 0. A.D.
March 24, 1859. 43 2t
AUnEVftxE DISTRtcfy-MN KQflTY.
Brock, Armstt^)^^: Co.,"|
vs. . | *Ijj 11 to sot aside
B . V . I'ojcv, Ilenson } a'ssj^nmet of execiil'oscy,
ct. al. . tion, &e
IT appearing to my satisfaction tliat I?. V.
I'osey, one of I lie defendant:* in ilie aliove
stated case resides beyond the limits of this
State, on motion of MeGowan, Com p. Sol. Ordered
that the said 11. V. I'ogcy do appear arid
plead answer or demur to (Jomplainanl't> llill of
complaint, within three months from the publication
of ihis order or llie same will be taken
JJro Coh/cimo against him.
WM. li. I'AIIKER, c. e. a. d.
Commissoner'a Office, )
Feb. 20, 1859. J 4+ 3m
I* A 1? E R
For the snle of
WRITING, HUNTING, ENVELOrE
COLORED PAPERS, CARDS
OF ALL KINDS.
L. JOHN?* . & CO., Type Founders,
1. HOE & CO.,
And other Printing Press makers.
PRINTING INKS OF BEST QUALITY,
At Manufacturer'* Prices.
The Subscriber begs to cull attention to his
LARGE STOCK OF
Writing and Wrapping Paper
of all kind*, which he will sell very
LOW FOR CASH,
or short credit on large sums.
120 Mecting-st., Charleston, S. C.
Oct. 7, 858.
rI~MIE subscriber desires to procure nn APA
PRENTICE, to lenrn the BLACK SMITH
Trade. Either n white BOY or NEGRO will
be taken. Apply to the subscriber, at Abbeville
Feb. 17. 1869. 42 3m.
Notice to Debtors.
ALL Persous Indebted to the late firm of
WARDLAW A LYON are requested to
make prompt payment, as they are anxious to
close up the business. Their accounts as heretofore
will be found in the hands of Messrs.
Jordan <fc MoLaixuli.v, their successors, at the
WARDLAW A LYON.
TYaa 1>T 1 O ft O "
A/OU J t 1 ouo i>t* II
Brick layer and Plasterer.
THE Undersigned respectfully informs the
citixens of Abbeville, that having located
permanently at Abbeville Village, he is prepared
to exeuute every thing in his line of business,
and hones by prompt attention, to merit
due share 01 public patronage.
JAMES T. JEFFRIESS.
January 6th, 1869. 86 > tf
Paints and Oils.
WE have just received a lot of PURE
WHITE LEAD, Linseed Oil, and Copal
Varnish, wlliih UA will ull />ho?r?
' JORDAN A MoLAUdHLIN,
No. 8, Granite Range,
Abbeville, C. H.
July 1, 1868. 8 tf
DB. J. F. ISABRV
Haying Located permanently at
ABBEVILLE COURT HOUSE*
Offert hU Profeuiotutf Soruice* to tht
Citisexu of the Village and the Vicinity.
Office in the Marthall Hou?e, oq tho Main
Nor ember lOTf. * v. 1-# i
r- <i - - -~x ?
?ROVER & II AKEK'.S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES.
NEW STYLES?PRICES FROM $50 TO ?1'25.
EXTRA CHARGE OK $5 FOR IIKMMKRB.
495 BROADWAY NEW YORK.
?- >. iwttv* r>i kimm , . . . i:UAKl.KSTON.
BRANCH ?t AI.LKN', Agents, ABBEVILLE.
The Machine* sew from two spools, as purchased
from the store, requiring no re-winding
of thread; they Hem, Fell, (lather, and Stitch
in n superior style, finishing eaeh seam by
their own operation, without recourse to the
hand-needle, as is required by other machines
Thej* will do better and cheaper sewing than a
seamstress can, even if she works for one ceu I
I an hour, and are, unquestionably, the best .\fitI
chiticit in the market for family sewing, on account
of their simplicity, durability, ease of
management, and adaption to all varieties of
family sewing?executing either heavy or fine
work with equal facility, and without special
As evidence of thn unquestioned superiority
of their Machines, tjie (Jiioveu it Bakku Sewino
Machine Company beg leave to respectfully
| refer to the following
"Having bad one of Orover ?k Haker's Mnehincs
in my finnily for nenrly a year niul a
half, I tuke pleasure in commending it ns every
xvnv ri'liiililit for tlie purpose for which it is
designed?Family Sewing.*'?Mrs. Joxhna fsii
rilt. wife of lien. Dr. Lcavitt, Editor of A". Y.
"I confess myselfdelightcd with your Sewing
Machine, which hns been in my family for
many months. It hns always been ready for
duty, requiring no adjustment, ami is easily
adapted to every variety of family sewing, by
simply ehanirinir the spools of thread."?Mrx.
Elizabeth Strickland, wife of Rev. I)r. Strii-h*land.
Editor of N. Y. Christian Advocate.
"After trying several different good machines,
I preferred yours, on account of its aim
plicity, ami the perfect ease with which it is
managed, as well as the strength and durability
of the seam. After long experience, 1 feel
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fidently recommend it for every variety of fnrni
i> t-ewihi*. ?Mrs. r,. u. spooner; wijc of tin
Editor of Brooklyn Star.
"I liuve used a Grover (fc Bnker Sewing Machine
for two years, and have found it adapted
t<? all kind# of family sowing, from Cambric (<i
Broadcloth. Garments have been worn but
without the giving way of a stitcli. The Machine
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?iJ/>-*. A. 11. Whipple, xcife of lieu. (Jeo. Whip
pie, New York.
"Your Sewing Machine hns been in use in
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daughter of (Jen. Gto. P. Morris, Editor of the
Extract of a letter from Thos. R. Leavitt,
Esq., an American gentleman, now resid -lit in
Sydney, New South Wales, dated Jauuary 12,
"I had a lent made in Melbourne, in 18">tt, in
which t here were over three thousand yard* ol
sewing done with one of Grover it Baker'? Machines,
and a single seam of that has outstood
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needle arid twine."
'If Homer could he called up from his murky
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Baker us a mor.- benignant miracle of nrt than
was ever Vulcan's smithy. lie would denounce
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woes unnumbered.' "?Prof. North.
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tinned my expectation. Afttr trying and returning
others, I have three of them in operation
in my different places, and afier fouryears'
trial, liavc no fault to find"?J. 11. Hammond,
Senator of South Carolina.
"My wife lias had one of Grover ?fc Baker's
Family Sewing Machines for some timo, ami
I am satisfied it is one of the best Inlior saving
machines that has been invented. I take mud;
pleasure in recommencing it to the public."?
J, (J. Harris, Governor of Tcnncitte.
'.It is a beautiful thing, and puts everybody
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Baker having an eternal holyday in comment
oration of their good deeds for humanity."?
Cassius. M. Clay,
"I think it liv fnr the best patent in use.
This machine can be adapted from the finest
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llionev r.mld not. hnu S* "? l/V* T fl I?
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I earnestly recommend this Machine to nil my
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?We find this Machine to work to our satisfaction,
nnd with pleasure recommend it to
the public, as we believe the Grover ?fc Bukei
to be the bestSewing.Machine in use."?Deary
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' I have had your Machine for several weeks.
nuii uin nnupiifu iiihl me worK I'- lined
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far hotter than the heat hand-sew in?,
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? Lucy B. Thompson, Nashville, Tenn.
"I find the work the strongest and most
beautiful I have ever seen, made either by hand
or machine, and regard the Gruver ?fc Baker
Machine as one of the greatest blessings to our
sex."?Mrs. Taylar, Nashuille, Tenn.
"I have one of Grover <fc Baker's Sewing
Machines in use in mv family, and find it invaluable.
I can eonndently recommend it to
all persona in want of a Muchiue."? O. T.
Thompson, Nashv^U. Tgnn.
"I take pleaaofftn acetifying to the utility
of the Grover ?fc Baker Seeing Machines. 1
nave uku one on aimogi every description ol
work for months, and find it iuuc|i stronger and
better in every re?peet. than work done by
hand."?Mrt. D. W. Wheeler Nathville, Tenn.
"I would be unwilling to dispose of my Grover
A Baker Machine for a large amount, could
I not replace it attain at pleasure."?Mrt. H
G. Scovel, Nathville, Tenn.
"Our two Machines, purchased from you, do
the work of tweniy young ladies. We with
nleaxure recommend the Grover <b Baker Sewing
Machine to be the best in use."?N. Bt\ll
man A Co. Memphit., Tenn.
"The Grover it Baker Sewing Maabino worki
admirably, I think the stitoh and work far
superior to that of any Sewing Maohina I ever
sow. On fina work, I" think the roach ij^would
he hard to H? W T
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t.. tjhja thf mftohln* n>?n?ged, very
dortbft, ?nd tako pleMfv* in recommending
It to ?ll .?y^y. ?a
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ABBEV1LLK AN!> WASHINGTON
Abbeville to Washington.
rpiIK PROPRIETOR of this well established
JL Line tnkes this nu'lli(?l of intoi'iiiing tInpublic
that he has changed his Schedule, for the
convenience of passengers.
The Stngelenves Abbeville Court House, on
MOMMY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY morn-1
inirs, nt J? o'clock, but iu consequence of the
bad condition of the romls, ir. wil not hereafter
nwait the arrival of the down train from
Greenville, as heretofore.
TheStage will leave Washington, fJa., on
TUESDAY, THURSDAY und SATURDAY
The Line has been refitted with a splendid
good Tenuis and an experienced driver.
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?^y oorruKCIO IIUIII MM lU'OTC ?H'? "
berrv, fi*>ing West, will find tli.it they can
reach nny |?>iiit west, of Atlnntn in exactly tlie
'iiuiio time, inn] willi ^O.uti less expense tliun l?y
way of lirntielivillc.
For further information apply at tlie I'ost Office.
JOIIX McBRYDE, Ag't.
Abbeville C. II., S. C.
March 30, 18f>8 4 1 y
M. W. BYTHEWOOD,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 204 Exchange Row,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
I^OR the Sale of REAL ESTATE, NEGROES
1 also COTTON, WHEAT, BACON, Lard,
Whiskey, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Flour, Butter,
Corn, liny and 1'rodiiue generally.
Striet personal attention paid lo the snle ol
any of the aliovc?liberal advances made and
Refers lo II. .S. Kerr and D. L. McLnuclilin,
Abl. -vill.. r n i'
Aug. 4. 1858,' I t tf
c ii a it l k s <; o x
. Would roppeotfully inform
the I'ubliu that he has V*
OPENED A SHOP
, KOIl TUB
Making and Kepairin? of
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES.
It. is opposite (but not oppontd) to Mr. Taylor*.
' I IC.?taMi?hiu<>iit. lie hopes that by doing g?o<
I work, ninl mnkintr ronsonnbleelinnfos. to reeeivi
a slum? of ptililic patronage.
He lias on hand at this time, several new run
neat Hcgoiks, and uu? excellent Wagon, wliiel
lie will sell low.
28lli Oct.. 1858. 2C3tn
11 O U S E V AIX T E Ji,
; QUAKER, MARBLER, PAPER HANGER,
XIG N WB7TEli,
Abbeville C. H.
11 Ji, iY ll-i^ L j\ li 1 TJ K S .
ABBEVILLE, S. C. )
Feb. 11, 1859 jj"
ORDER NO. 5.
BY the reeignat ion of Gen'). \V. W. PERRY
MAN, tlie office of Brigadier General o
| tlie 1st. liriumh- of Cavalry is vacant. Col. .1
f W. I'ICKENS of the 1st Regiment, wil
aet ns General of Brigade till the Vacancy i
By ordeiA?f the Moj. General.
| Aid de Cuiup.
ORDER NO. 6.
An election for Brigadier Genoral of tlie Is
f Brigade of Cavalry will In; held (within the iu
gal hours) at each Regimental Mitxler 0' run it
on SATURDAY the SOlli of APRIL next.
Managers of election to count the votes am
transmit to the Mnj. General, a Statement ii
writing, showing the result of each Poll,
By order of the Mnj. General.
Feb. 16. 1859. *42 tf
Edgefield Advertiser, Anderson Ga/.ett
' and Greenville Patriot, copy twice.
wu m. j
WM. E. WHEELOCK
Feb. 11. 1859 41 3m
Four or One Horse,
, IRON OR WOOD ASLE,
; AND ALL WORK IN JUS LINE
DONE TO ORDER,
Abbeville C. II., Feb. 22. 1859. 43 3m
DR. S. II UN RY BEARD
> Graduate of the Baltimore College o
HAS permanently located at Abbeville C
II., and solicits a share of public; put
roilfllffi. Teeth in?l'rt.oH frnm nno ?^ full "?>.?
' run! lower sets. Exposed nerves destroyed nnc
treated. free from pain. liuving purchnscd ai
office Right, of Dr. Blnndy, of Biiltiinore, I an
' prepared to insert teeth on the CheupUstio pro
Office?Over Branoh & Allen's Drug
ABBEVILLE C. II.. S. C.
i April 22, 1858. 62 ]y
HAVE this day formed a co-partnershif
and will keep constantly on hand, t
latge and well selected Stock of fine
r Oold and Silver Watches and
Jewelry, Silver and Plated
Ware, Clocks, d&c.
Watches. Clocks and Jewelry, repaired ftt
|' shortest notice, in the best mannei, aDd war
roi'itorl a nitfa oaf lofo/itinn
"jan. 1.1869. 88 tf
Ladles*. Heeled Gaiter*,
A largo assortment ju?t opened by
M. ISRAEL A BRUSSEL.
March 15, 1850. 48 tf
READY MADE CLOTHING-.
A PULL SUPPLY of all the NEW SttLK
Joit opar.ed, and for sal* ehaap n ataa
' M. BBtAEL A- HBTTftpri
March 16, 1880- ... &
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The friends of Capt. O. M. A^AT'.LJ??U.i?"#' 'epoctfully
announce bitn n* a candidate Tor
Tax Collector at the next election.
The friends of .1AME3 A. McCOKfJ respectfully
announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector at the next election.
The friends of Dr. J. F. MeCOMIJ respectfully
announce him as a C*?did*te f?<r Tax
Collector at the next election.
?3?" We are authorized to announce 6. A.
IIODOKS as a Candidate for Tax Collector, at
the ensuing election.
13T The fnrnds of C. pt, \Y. S. 1IAIUU3,
respectfully announce him as a Candidate for
I lie oince ol lur Vulieeior ol Abbeville District
at llic next election.
The nuineroun friendn of WESLEY A.
BLACK Esq., respect fully announce him as a
Candidate for Tax Collector flt the next election.
The friends of 1IENRV S. CASON respect
u lly niiiinoiiiice him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector, allie ensuing election. t
13T T,1C friends of JOHN A. HUNTER respectfully
announce him a candidate for the
office of Ordinary, at the next election.
Oct. 27, 18.08.
The friends of Col. ,1. O. BASKIN respectfully
announce him a candidate for 1.he
j. office of Ordinary, at the next election.
I Nov. 4, 18u8.
THE MARSHALL HOUSEBY
IS. COHU, Proprietor.
| rpilE Proprietor of the MARSHALL
j 1 HOUSE would inform the public thnt Jgjjjjj,
his House i? still open lot- the reception ol visitors.
Having some experience in Hotel-keeping,
lie flutters* himself tliut lie will lie able to
please his friends and customers. IIis table
will nt all times lie snpplie<l With
The Very Best The Market Affords.
IIid House is well provided with attentive
servants, and everything to render his custom
* ers comfortable.
1 EDMUND COBB.
Feb. 21. 1630 43 tf
BY COBB & CRAWFORD,
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
TIIE Undersigned w mid inform the
/< Vi public ^liat. they have formed a copartnership
for the purpose of conducting
THE LIVE11Y STABLE BUSINESS /AT
SI 1,1* 11 d UliAJXUUJiO.
They have taken the well-known Stables ntI
taelied to the lot of the Marshall House, occupied
Inst year 1?3* 1'. S. Rutledije.
These Stables, fronting on Wnshinnton Street
have been repaired and refited ai-d nre now well
provided with provender and attentive Hostler*,
Air the accommodation of the public.
Mk. CRAWFOIM). one of the firm, may always
lie found at the Stables, nTwl lie hopes, by
close attention to business, to met-i^ and receive
i a liberal share of public patronage.
| The Stables will lie provided with BUGGY
l AND SADDLE IIORSKS, to hire, together
with every other accommodation usually offered
by a similar establishment. They have
also, COMMODIOUS LOTS fur the ncconimo?
. J dation of ftTUCK DRIVERS, and will furnish
i ; them with provender, at. living rates.
. EDMUND COBB.
I I J. li. CRAWFORD.
s ! Feb. 53, 1859 13 tf
JOHN Xu CLARK,
[REPAIRER OF CLOCKS, WATCHES AND1
^ A717 OULD respectfully inform the ^'"GyX
Vi zens of the District, that. lie ha? tfy.-aB
j located himself at Ilo^ge'a Depot, w hei e btwiil
be prepared to execute, with promptness, all orj
ders in his line of business. lie is well prepared
with all the tools and materials of his
art. and feels confident in being able to give
satisfaction. All work warranted.
April 14, 1858. 60 ly
j E2?" Banner copy,
* | MARSHALL, LEE & DeBRUHL.
THE undersigned have associated with them,
in the Practice of the Law, STEPHEN
I C. PeHIIL'IIL, Esq. All business entrusted to.
their core will receive prompt attention.
J. FOSTER MARSHALL
W. A. LEE.
January 12, 1807- 37-tf
> CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
rI~MlE Subscribers havim? had the inisfnrlnnA
I to loose, by the fire of the 29th January,
" the STEAM MILL and MACHINERY connected
in Greenville, take this method of apprising
their friends and patrons that they will i>tifi
continue business as heretofore, without change
in their Finn or abatement of their exertions
They Have on Hands,
and are constantly finishing, all the varieties of
mmr mt sb
Ever made by them, to which they invite the.
attention of purchasers.
They take pleasure in correcting an impression
that their Stock of SEASONED LUMBER
> was lost with the Mill, nnd would say that, in
quantity and aualilv
i Their Lumber lias Never Been Better.
The generous patronage hitherto received
warrants the conclusion that, their eft'oris are
* appreciated, and stimulates them in making
further exertions. Their experience will eoaJ
ble them to select and operate the most ap~
' proved Machinery, with ndvantanges not sur1
passed by any Manufacturers either North or
1 South. .
COWER. COX. MARKLEY &. CO.
Greenville, S. C., March 7, 1869. 45 tfr
> ? ? . - .a .
rIMIE Uudersinged respectfully announces to,
.L the citizens of Abbeville, C. II., and vicinity,
that he has opened a
t Boot and Shoe Shop,
\ n the office lately occupied bv Dr. S. H. Beard;
Dentist, opposite Mr. Westfidd's Harness and
i Saddlery Stove, antj is rei\dy to make and mend,
Boots and Shoes, entrusted to his care, Ac.
Jan. 12,1866k. S?T t(
' ' W T TO OHWt ? Wt? *?*
nun 01 ijua r A I A ID.
Colored Lawns and Ciingbam*v
STEEL HOOP SKIRTS,
, BRASS AHD STEEL EKX&? 89HT6S,
Ladies and MIs??b Flat*,,
And many other New Goods iuat received, and
for sale low 'by
M. ISRAEL A BRUS8EL. j
)t Mrroh i& \W ? %
Jfotlee to L *
JAW W* Indfbtad t<>
I XjL count, up to tba'flM'ol<MMWT.^M? # qoMtfdtQ
MtUa Um Mats, %t^a
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