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The State of South Carolina,
Abbeville District.?In Equity.
Henderson Kirtland, )
North & Piatt, $ EiU for Account,
a. f Relief; &c.
Haddon, Singer & Co., et al. j
PURSUANT to the Order of Court in the above
stated case. 1 will sell at public outcry, at
Abbeville C. H.. on Sale Day in MAY next,
Nine Likely NEGROES, attached as the property
of A. W. Haddon, an absent defendant,
and held under order of this Court.
Terms:?A credit till 1st January next, with
interest from day of sale; purchasers to give
bond with two good sureties, and pay the costs
la cash, end pay for papers.
WM. II. PARKER, C.E.A.D.
Commissioner* Office, #
April 20, 1659 S 62 Ud
S3- 1WBZ Mr MH9 SPi
RECEIVED THIS DAY AT
C. P. REMSEN S
Columbia, S. C.
TOGETHER with a splended assortment <
Spring nni) Summer
Pearl and Black Ciwimerea.
Ot-iits' and Boys' Late Style Straw Goods.
Missps' Jnckeys Adelaides, various color?.
Gents' Summer Scotch Cap*. Cloth Hat
Molr<liins, nnd Boys* Felt Hals. Ac.
Terms cu:?h. fApril 15, CO-tf
What has caused this great commotio]
The country, country through ?
LAST FALL WE SAII
HIS EXCELLENCY, THE GOVERNOR,
in pursuance of tlie rpquest. of the Executive
Committee of the SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL
CONVENTION, hereby uppoitna
the following gentlemen as DELEGATES lo
represent the State ai large in the Convention
to be hrld at Vicksburg on the 9ih of iVlHy
Fir it Congrttxiona! DittricL
Hon. J. D. WILSON.
Hon. J. IZARD MIDDLETON,
Hon. C. W. DUDLEY,
A. W. DOZl Eli, Esq.
E. ALLISON, D?q.
8econd Congretiional Ditfriet.
GEO. \V. WILLIAMS. EWJ.
WM. WIIALEY, Esq.
wM. M. LAWMON, E?q.
FLEETWOOD LANNEAU, E-q.
frhirtl Oongremional District.
Hon. L. M. KRITT.
?cn. J DUNCAN ALLEN,
Won. \VM. ELLIOTT,
Uoh. 5>>ITN TOWNSKND,
JOSIAII B. PERRY, Esq.
Fourth Gor.gressional District.
GERHARD KU'LLER. M. D.
J. II AMPDJTN BROOKS. Ei-q.
J \ M BS N. IA PbCOM D, Esq.
JOHN D. WILLIAMS. Esq.
Mnj. GEORGE GRAVES.
Fifth Congressional District.
Hon. J. W. HARRISON,
Col. 3. J. GAGE,
Hon. D. F. PERKY.
Gen. O. E. EDVVAKD3,
Col. W. S. DOG AN.
Sixth Conqressional District.
Hon. R G. McCAW,
Col. T. B. CLARKSON,
f!ol KAVIIKI. IfAlVfV
g EOrgltll ~M I lV.E R. Esq.
JOHN 61. FIllEltSON, Esq.
By order of the Governor :
THOMAS Y. SIMONS. Aid do camp.
April 16. 1859 52 It
. liECEIVED THIS WEEK."
A I.OT of Tritiimed, Straw, and Neapolitan
A nuign ificent arsortuieut of Mantillas, Lace,
BERAGE SHAWLS ,
Of the latest styles at '
GRAY <k ROBERTSON'S. i
April 15. 60-tf i
KERRISON & LEI DING,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Wholesale and Itetnil.
HASEL STREET, (One door from King. .
Charleston, S.^C. <
E. L. KERRISON. | HERMAN LEIDING 1
April 16, 1869, 60-12m
Notice of Settlement. 1
PUBLIC Notice is h?-reby criven tlint n settlement
of the Estate of .'osepli Ligon.
deceased, will he made in the Ordinary's Office
on Tuesday, the 3d May next. All persons
having demands agnin-t the Estate will
present the same properly attested, and nil persons
indebted to the Estate will tiIharr m > L- >?
J. F. LIVINGSTON, Adm'r.
April 15, 1859, 50-3t
Eighth Regiment, S. C. M.
ORDERS. NO. ?
THE Lower and Upper Battalions comprising
the Eighth Kegiment S. C. M. will
assemble at their regulnr Muster Grounds for
rsriew, armed and equipped an the law directs.
The Upper Battalion at. McCaws Old Field
on Saturday the 30th April,
The Lower Battalion at Bradley's on Satur
a?y /in may.
The commissioned and non-eommispioiif-d
officer! will meet the day previous for drill ntid
instruction. Cuptains commanding companies
will order out the Pioneers of their respective
Patten's Beat Company will parade under
command of Capt. Owens. Officers of the
Line and Staff" are ordered out.
Maj. Cunningham and Capt. Jay are charged
with the execution of this order throughout
rtheir respective commands.
Bj order of Col. ROGERS.
SAMUEL HUNTER, Adj't.
April 10. 1859. 60-3t
W3C.TH REGIMENT S. C. MILITIA.
THE lUpper and Lower Battalion* composing
the Gtli Regiment infantry, South
Carolina Militia, will assemble for Drill and
JEteview at their respective Parade Grounds,
The Upper Battalion at Drake's Old Field,
on Saturday, the 7th May next.
The Lower Batalion atChalk Level on Saturday
14th Hay next.
The commissioned and non-commissioned officers
will attend at each place the day previous
for grill and instruction.
'tC^p^ine commanding Beat Compauiea -will
,order o.yt Uj* Pioneers in their respective
Lieut. Col. J. W. Fooacheand Maj. Miller are
charged with the extension of thja or Jar.
throughout tbeir respective command*.
The Jocassett Band viil attend ope day at
By ord^r of Col WM. CLINKfiCALES.
" ' J. H. ELLIS, Adj't.
ApriJ 15, I960. ?0-5t.
' OFFICE 6. k C. *. R. CO.
. * COLUMBIA. April 7. 1868.
THE 4#*>pal Meeting of the Stoekhnldira of
' this company will be held, in their Hall,
t Columbia, Thursday, 28th fnatant, it H
All BtoeWv^d^ra will txs paaeed frae of
ebirt|? ia (oinf fx* and r?turning from the
Aojr Stockholder aiming fir* eh area of atock
tor ai*?o*?ib#ilagn??diate)y preceding the meat.
iog will be permitted to pa**, with hi? wife and
children raiding with him, free of charge.
Tb*;p^7i/*fi? 1? J^tocihoJd*;* and tl air
familfa* ojf paaaing over the road free of charge
will bo e?A#n4ed from T.aeaday beforo the
meeting until Monafter, Mid during tb?
time the paafjetger tr*'ot wi" <?op only at eatablitftad
atat^ona to take on or pat off paaaen
Stockholder* will be required to abow their
fteripa to the OMfeotor.
H' w . .
Cheap Goodsfor Cash was all th rage,
The greatest blessing of the age.
THIS SPRING WE ADI
r|MIAT we are armed and equipped as tli
1 demand requires, with a much Large
Better mid Cheaper Stuck of GuuJs than \v
have ever offered before.
SO FAR PROM
THE CASH SYSTEM
Having proved a failure, cneh successive mont
lias shown n steady increase. We phall n<
therefore abandon the principle. Out. shall n<
here to it more closely than ever. Old Foiiii
may cry, " I'eneeI peace!!" but there din
be no peace until it is known n? fur ns tho Kin
is from the West, that Abbeville is tlie t>ei
niHrket for tlie purchase of Dry Goods, an
that MOORE & QUAlFli'jj is hcadqiiartei
for style, price nnd quulity.
Come then, all ye suns and daughters <
YOUR GOODS FOR CASt
And lie no longer led by those who hold on
long time and l>ig pmli's. '
Here it is hardly necessary for us to sov the
one of our firm was one of the first in th
Nortlu-rn Markets, and nearly the lujt to leav
it, and that we have many ot the novelties t
the season, c nsisting in part, as follows:
Barege Mantles, $7.60.
Mantillas nt 00.
Robe u Quilles.
Kobe a I.ee.
Kobe A L Impcratrice.
I)oul>le Skirt Kobes,
R?>be A "1 Volants.
nunc n zjuprtt v uirnii.
Bonnets from 25vtB to $10.
Level In Cloth.
Circular and Qunkor Fans.
While ami Col. Pique.
Tine Back C<<111I<S, $7 00
Barege Rohcs IiouMe and Single.
Plain Bareges, l'^jcte.
Thunder and Lightning Hats.
Straw UhIK"! every color and style.
Clothing of all styles and prices
We hand vuu this short list I ut if you wi!
liring with y?>u the C A S II , we can slim
you many good* that *.vi!) make your heart
cap for joy, and j?;iy you well for coming till
iinl even mi huudicd mile*.
Fearing that we ?lmll occupy more span
than the Kdilors of the " [burner" and " lJrr*a
liu<] tlie kindness to reserve fur up, we sha
make but one mote appeal.
it is to those who live at a dictnnce t
;uinc to town, and if you cannot buy n
>f your goods of us for Cash, you will fin
iorne of the Fogies who are clever fallows an
ever ready to welcome you itn>ide the portals <
their doors, and extend lo you that which w
refuse?Tune! Time! I Time!I!?until lini
huII he no longer on their hook*, then tnk
from you a scrip of paper on which is written
"One day after date," <L*c., with your iiamu a
Our udvice ""ould bo, bring with you tli
"filthy lucre," and pay as you go; then.
Ualm will lie tliy slet'p ns iiilaut Bhimtjer.*,
Ptiro Ha the |>nr? st thoughts tliy dieatni.
And nil the Joy this Inight world Humbert,
Shed o'ct thee hur mingled beams.
MOOUE di QUAIFE.
April 0. 1859?49-tf
For the Lent-fit of the
MONTICELLO UNION ACADEMY
Authorize?' by Special Act of the Legislature,
f! A P I T A T. V 1? 1 7 T?
More than ONE PRIZE to every Te
Whole Tickets 910, Halves 9;
To be Drawn each Saturda
In May, 1859.
Class 18, to be Drawn Tlav 7, 1?5
Class 19 to be drawn in ay 1-ft IMS
Class 30 lobedrawn may 31, INS
Class 31 to be drawn may38, IMS
1 Prize of (60.000 is $01^000
I 10,1)00 is 10,000
1 " 6.000 is 6,000
1 6.000 is 6.000
1 " 4,000 is 4.1)00
1 ? o iiiiii ? in,A
* w,""" im C.u> U
1 " 1,600 is 1.800
60 " 400 nre 20,000
100 " 8<U? are 30,000
100 " 2<>0 nvo 20,000
100 " loO nre 10.000
100 " 00 are 5,000
4 PritesMOO App'g to $60,000 prizearet1.fi)
4 ' |U\0 - lO.ooO ' 1.24
4 '? 250 " 6,000 . " 1,01
4 " 250 " 6.<K)O " 1,0(
4 " 2f>0 ? 4,000 " &
4 " 150 " R,000 ? fl?
4 M 100 " 1,600 " 4<
6*000" 80 u 150.0<
5,485 - PriiseB nmonrVMng to 1380,1 (
of packages will h? told i
he following rat#s, wliicli is the rhkt
Certificate uiPackagea of 10 Whole Tickets $'
"" " 10 Hall " I
" " -s2l> Quarter "
* >0#gbtb *
In nrderingTkketa or C?rtific?tee, enclo
the money to Our address for the ticket* ordei
#d, receipt on ot which tf iey-will he forward I
first mail. Pnrahasara can have ticket# endii
in any figure tbey may neeignatf. 4
The list of'drawn numbers and prij^wl]] 1
sent to purchaser* immediately after the drai
All common laationa strictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets or Cer.tifioates, by Mail
Exprea^.tf 1? directed to 1
A?H)?, 14*. M-lln
^ .0 '
I IV VI ? ORATOR!
PEKPAUKD Br DR. 8ANFORD,
Compounded Entirely from Oums,
S3 one of the best Purgative and Liver Medicines
now before the public, tlint acts as a
' Cathartic, ensier milder, and more effectual than
any other medicine known. It is not only a
Cathartic, but a Liver Remedy, acting first on
" the Liver to ciect its mci-bitl matter, then on
the stomach ana bowels to carry off that, matter,
thus accomplishing two purposes effectually,
without any of the painful feelings experienced
in the operations of most Cathartics. It
8* strengthens the system at the same time that it
purges it; ami when taken daily iu moderate
doses, will strengthen and build it up with uu
1? The Liver is one of the principal regula
tors of the human body; and when il per^
forms its functions well, the powers of the
| system are fully developed. The stomach is
J utmost entirely dependent on the healthy
net ion of the liver for the proper perform
a nee of its functions ; when the stomach is
at f;iult, the bowels ure at fault, and the
whole system suffers in consequence of one
organ?the Liver?having ceusrd to do its
duty. For the diseases of that organ, one
le of the proprietors has made it his study, in
r, C_J a practice of more than twenty years, to
e find some remedy wherewith to counteract
j the many derangements to which it is liable.
To prove ihat this remedy is at lost found,
any person troubled with the Lives Complaint,
in any of its forms, has to try a hot >
tie, and conviction is certain.
0 These Gums remove all morbid or liad
matter from the system, supplying in their
>t place a healthy flow of bile, invigorating
1- i he stomuch, causing food to digest well,
s purif\ing the blood, giving tone and health
II r~l to the whole machinery, removing the cause
>t ^ of the disease, effecting a radical cure.
yr uinous attacks are cured, nnd what is
<1 belter, prevented, l>y the occusioual use oj
8 llie Liver litvigorutor.
f-\ One dose after eating is sufficient to re)f
lieve the stomach aud prevent the food from
arising tttid souring.
Only one dose taken beforo retiring, prevents
Only ?nie dose taken nt night, loosens the
PH bowels gently, and cures C<>stiveness.
One done tukeu after each uieal will cure
it M Dyspepsia.
. ear One dose of two ten-spoonfuls will
it? ^ always relieve Siek Headache.
iji ' One botlle taken for female obstruction
e | will remove the cause of the disease, and
if make u perfect cure.
J Only one dose immediately relieves Cholic,
while one dose ofien repeated is u sure cure
for Cholewa Morbus, and a preventive of
OD EST Oi ly one bottle is needed to throw
out of the system the effects of medicine after
h long sickness.
Ozsr Oi e bottle taken for Jiuindice removes
all t-alluwnets or unnatural color from
|?| One dose taken n short time before enting
Hives vigor to the appetite and makes food
One do^e often repeated cures Chronic
r-r, Diarrhoea in its worst forms, while Summer
n > -
-?? ? Wiii|?ianiw Jr 1C1U OJIUUSb IU lilt
\-y first, dose.
^ One or two doses cures attacks caused by
Wornn in Children: there is no surer, safer,
or speedier remedy in the world, as it never
TD ,tsrA few bottles cures Dropsy, by excitinir
We take pleasure in recommending this
medicine as a preventive for Fever and
A^iie, Chill Fever, and all Fevers of a Bilious
Type. It operates with certainty, and
thousands are willing to testily to its wonderful
|j All who use it are giving their unanimous
v testimony in its favor.
? C3s?~ Jlix water in the mouth with the Invigy
orator, and swallow both together.
' THE LIVER INVIGORATOR
0 | Is a scientific Medical Discoveiy, aiid is daily
" working cures, almost too great to believe. It
It cures as if by magic, even the first dose giving
benefit, and seldom more than one bottle is re0
quired to cure any kind of Liver Complaint,
|| from the worst Jaundice or Dyspepsia to a comJ
mon Headache, nil of which are the result of a
,] Diseased Liver.
,t" Price, One Dollar per bottle,
e SANFORD A. CO., Proprietors,
c 345 Broadway. New York.
e Retailed by nil Druggists. Also sold by
l( Jor.IMN <fc MoI-.AfClir.IN. Abbeville
1 Branch. Allen <fc Kiiwards, Abbeville.
Apt i I 13. 1859. 60?12m
A A lirTT T T A
DRY GOODS STORE,
Between H. S. Kerr and Branch, Allen
ALEXANDER'S KID GLOVES.
A LARGE assortment of Alexander's Kid
Gloves fur Ladies nnd Gents.
JUST RECEIVED FROM GENI\S' BAZUR.
r. Hi? latest styles Ladies' aud Gents' SPRING'
s Warnock's Caps
Of Styles Glengnry, English, Hunting, Morpliy.
And Daily Expected,
A well selected Stuck of Straw Goods, consisting
of Ladies', Gents', IJoyV and Girls' Huts,
Caps and Bonnets.
New Styles Parisian Fans and Parasols
The grandest novelty of the season.
With a great variety uf new style goods, all
of which are offered ou reasonable terms by
A. A. WILLIAMS.
y April 6, 18S9?49-P.t
? BY virtue of sundry Writs of Fiera Facias
^ JL> to me directed. I will sell Bt Abbeville'
p Court House, on the firet Monday in 11AY
a next, within the legal hours of sale, the following
property, to wit:
1 Bay Horse,"levied on as the property of
Jos. W. Davis, ads. T. B. Logan, and other*.
The unexpired lease of a gold min? known as
the New York Gold Mine, levied on as the
property of W. B. Lloyd, ads. Albert Gil'
bert, and others.
160 Acres of Land, more or less, hounded by
lands of Marshall Hodges, Samuel Agnew, and
others, levied on as the property of Silas Jones,
ads. G. W. BLcliey, and others.
!M5 Acres of Land, more or less, hounded by
lands of James Vandiver, W. A. J. Ware, an-l
oth?rr.. levied on as tlit* nronei-lv ?f Kil.
y\ Jingsworth, ad*. John W. Singleton.
ifi 90 Aurn of Land, more or lea*, levied on as
)rt the property of John A. Wilson, ads. Sarah A.
hi Wilcon. p
tO 1 Negro Man. Tom, levied on as the proper)0
ty of Stephen W. Willis, ads. J. S. <fc J. 'H.
i0 Ii/itt, and others.
~ At the New York Gold Mine, on Wednesday,
the 4th Ma}' ne*t: 1 Steam Engine, Boiler and
Fixtures; '/ Circle Mills; 2 Stamp Mills; 1 Lot
Black Smith's Tools; 1 Lot Old Castings; 1
W Cart; ! Set Gold Scales and Weights; 1 Hand
Bs Parop; l Lift and Force Pump; 1 Matrasses;
IB 1 Lot Bed Clothing; 1 Lot Kitchen Furniture i
2 Bedsteads, with other articles, levied on M
u the property of W. B. LLoyd, ads. Albert Gjlp_
bert. and others.
>y TE&MS?CASH. ...
g JOSEPH T. MOOR* iaa
Sheriff's Oflloe, April
r* JLadi?tf* Rteled G?llev?,
or feent t? ? It * e*
A. T KERR'S
GROCERY AND PROVISION
A SMALL Lot of choice Yellow Pink Eye
Northern Planting Potatoes, for ?alo at
greatly reduced price*.
Guttn. Pcrcba Belting;.
Just received a Lot of the above Belting,
Three Ply, Four, Six and Eight inches wide.
100 Dozen New Pattern, warrauted Cast
Steel lloes, of best English mauuTacture at low
Window Glass, Putty, Oil, &c.
fiO RolPtt lieat Fp/?ni>li W inHn? fllmfta
8 KlO to 14 *22. White Lead, <fcc.
Adamantine and Sperm Candles.
CO Hoxe?. Lest Adatuauliue aud Sperm Candles,
fur sale low.
Sugar, Coffee, and Mol&sses.
60 Jinga Rio, Java, Laguiro, Maricabo aud
4 ilhds. prune N. 0- Sugars.
20 Bbls. Stewart's C. do
1C " do A crushed Sugars.
C lllid". Muscovado Alolussos.
20 Bbls. Best New Orleans Syrup.
Lime, Plaster and Hydraulic Cement
Always on baud, At loweut priccs.
BUUKLTS, TUBS, KEELERS, CHURNS,
A large supply of Wooden Ware of all kinds.
Trace Chains. Spades and Shovels,
Of every kind always ou hand. Straw Cutters,
Plow Dai-rows, Ac.
Hardware and Cutlery,
0' every kind for sale low for cash by
H. S. KERR.
April 0, 18G'J?49-3t
SPRING Am SU3&M1H
MILLER & WARREN,
OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL.
WE rpturn our thanks to our friends generally
for llieir liberal patronage, and
respectfully solicit a continuance. We have
eeeived an ut-u*ually large supply of Spring
ami Summer GOODS, con prising an endless
variety of new and handsome DRESS GOODS
which we will take great pleaeure in exhibiting
to our lriends and customers. All we <mk is
for them to give us a call, nnd we will show
them something in the way of
Rich Silk and Grenadine IIOBE3 A'LES ;
Grenadine ROBES A'i.TUI'EZ;
Organdie and Jaconet ROBES PRINCESSE;
English and D'Angletere BAREGES, new
PINE APPLE CLOTII, New Article ;
r,?illor,1 ?tl .
Solid Color Bayadere BAREGES;
Plain r.t.d Fancy Colered SILKS;
Black Rips ft rid Bayadere SILKS ;
A new and beautiful article ofSilk MUSLIN ;
Morning BAREGES nn.l GRENADINES;
I I'lnin and Striped Black Twisted SILK :
Rich French and Chantilly MATILLAS ;
Plain Silk and Barege "
Berage and French Lace SHAWLS;
I Linen DUSTEltS ;
Vals Lace COLLARS and SLEEVES ;
Etnbr'd Swiss " "
Marseilles " "
Fancy CASSIMERS and CLOTHS;
I'lnin and Fancy Linen DRILLS;
Domestic GINGHAMS, DENIMS *nd COTTON
A DES ;
OSNABURGS nnd Factory STRIPES;
Marlboro' PLAIDS and STRIPES ;
Sell Icy'a Negro PLAINS, nil wool filling;
Together with every article usually kept in
; rno line.
April 8, 49,-3m
New Goods! New Goods!!
GREAT BARGAINS ! /
o i >
~\"\7"ISIIING to reduce my Stock, I offer tome
W of my GOODS
Less th.an Cost,
*orac at - Cost Pricks, and the balance with
VERY SMALL PROFIT.
My Stock is vry large and selected with
nnr** nr?<l I
I LADY'S liooi' SK I UTS for 60 cte.
Colored und Wlnte BillLLIANTES, 12 ctH.
Fnniry MUSLIN, Fnsl. Colors, JO cts.
hats nn<i Bonn Errs, 60 ct?.
Lndy'a SLI PPEttS, 60 ct?,
Linen COATS. 75 eta.
HANDKERCHIEFS, 06 cU
U ETC., ETC,
April 1, 1859. tf
READY MAIE CICTHING.
A FULL SUPPLY of nil the NEW STYLES
Juat opened, and for sale cheap as usual
M. ISRAEL & BRUSSEL.
March 15, 186'J* 46 tf
NEW STYLE PEINTS.
vmurru i>uw 11 h ana uuignami]
STEEL HOOP SKIRTS,
BRASS AND STEEL SKIRT SPIUGS,
Ladies and Miaaea Plats,
And many other Ifarw Goods just received, and
for Bale low by
M. ISRAEL ?fe BRUSSEL.
Mrrch 15. 1859 46
State of South Caolina.
ON THIS the eixtliday of April. 1850, b?
fore me the undersigned, Justice of the
l'eace for the District nnd State Aforesaid, per
sonnllr appeared W. A. Dee. tvfca .being dulj
eworn*dopo#ea that he i? one of tlte Publiaheri
of iIih " Independent Preee," a newspaper
printed in said Dittriot, and that a notice. ol
which the annexed is a copy, has been pnHfUlv
cd in g?id newspaper for the period of ai>
we ks, opce in each week aince the eleventh
day of February, I860.
W. A- LEE.
Sworn to and anbe?rib4d ' i
this the sixth day of April, >
A. D. I860, before 'l
JNO. O. BASK!N8,(L.S.)
VrapCE f> hereby given that after pnbHoaii
iion for ?i* weekt, application will
be made to the Cooun>e*ion?r ot I'eneioni
for the ireue of duplleatee of Werrante,
"No. S8460. for 140 aerea ietaed to 2mV
ariah Smith: alao imed to Amo?H. Town<
eead, No. 4616V for 180 aorea. Aot tdo<
March. 180* ..
Jhe *araa hiving been loat and Oj^Teati
age i net t?eir lApatica 4atir?4 fa the General
*283ift & *,fc t, tiy Slti^NjA.
TEN QUARTER 114 and 12 4 Linen and
4-4, 6 4 and f> 4 Linen and Cotton Pillow
10-4.11-4 and 12 4 Summer Marseille*
10-4, 11-4 and 12 4 Allendale QUILTS.
8-4 and 10 4 Linen Damask TABLE
8-4 and 10 4 Desaert TABLE CLOTHS,
Linen Damaak Napkins. Doylies, Fruit
Doylies, ToweUlnga, Qlass Cloths, Ac.,
Together with a beautiful assortment of LACE
Embroidered and Damask
Carpels, Mattings. See,
In fact every tiling wnuted in that way, and
will be offered at or below city prices. ChII
aud aee tUeui at
GRAY A ROBERTSON'3.
No. 1 Qrauite Range.
April 1, 1869?18-tf
New Store and New Stock.
A. A.. WILLIAMS
BKOS moat reapectfull to announce to liii
friends and tbe public tlint lie lias just
returned from New York with a well selectee
Staple and Fancy
fl tr A ** n T* * ^
oavLo, a a * a, v a a a ,
YANKEE NOTIONS, &C., &C
1 will not further enumerate, but if joi
want a few of the
of tlie above. please give rot a call. I will b<
ple.-iped to show iny Stock, and if you don'
buy don't Illume me.
I between Branch, Allen & Edwardi
and Li. S. Kerr, Brick Itauge.
A. A. WILLIAMS.
April 1, 1859-4 8-tf
B. III. & S. A. WIXSTOCK.
RESPECTFULLY inform their friends am
customers that. they have just returnee
from the Northern Markets with a handsomi
Latest Styles and Finest Quality;'
In short, from the smallest size to the largest
% 1... - 1 -> * - '
rx n >ciy uir^c ttiiu lasiy piock VI
BOOTS and SHOES;
Hats and Caps, Shirts,
Collars, Cravats and Pocket Knives,
and all oilier articles necessary to maku a com
You can find every thing finennd nice. ant
for the quality of the Goods, very low for Cosh
or on shurt. time. A very large stock of
And Sixty Boxes Tobacco,
which wo will Bell cheaper than can be bough
We are very thankful to our customers fo
past favors, and we l?<?pe to receive a share o
this seatoii't) patronage.
B. M. ?fc S. A. WINESTOCK,
Corner Marshall House. Clothing Depot.
ADDeville, Alarcli 31, 18f>9, 48-tf
WM. E. WHEELOCK
Feb. 11, 1859 41 Sm
BAZIN'S New Perfume, KISS-ME QUICK
Distilled from the well-known flower o
Forget-me-not, unsurpassed in fvagranc* ant
J' permauencv, for sale by
" JORDAN ?fc MoLAUCHLTN,
Druggist* and Chemists.
July 1, 1858. 8 tf
I Hereby notify and forewarn all Merchant
and other persona generally, ncrainct selling
goods to any member of my family, on nrr
credit, without a special order from rue. I an
ready to furnish them with all neeesoary arti
clea, hut are unwilling to he involved in lia
bility without my knowlndire.
Mkrch 4, 1869. 44 3m
1 AH OUNCES of 3UL. QUININE,
JL vJLf 20 Ounce* Sul. Morplicne,
for sale hy
JORDAN ? McLAUCnLTN,
Druggists and Chemist*.
1 July 1, 1868. 8 tf
DRS, ANDERSON & M'SWAIN,
HAVING formed a copartnership forth
Practicc of Medicine and Suri?erv oflfp
| iheir service* to tlie community. Dr. Andei
i roil will he found nt hit* residence. Mr. M<
Suain will be found at Mr. Thou, Lipscomb'
W. L. ANDERSON. M. D.,
E. T. McSWAJN, M. D.
April 1, 1959, 48-3U
I STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Abbexille Dittrict.?In the Common Pleai
Jnmes Shirley, 1 Attachment.
Benj'n. V. Posey J Thomson A Fair, .Att'
WHEREAS, the Plaintiff did. on the fit
day of Vpril, eighteen hundred ami filtj
nine, file his declaration against the laid Defer
, dant. who. (it ia said,) ia absent from and with
out the limit* of tlvjs State, and has neither
. wife nor attorney known within the eanje. uf
, on whom a copy of tha said declaration mifdj
. he served : It ia therefore ordiered, that tn
f bm^ Defendant do appear and plead to the sai
. declaration, on or t?*fora the sixth day of Apri
E aighteen hundred and aizty, otherwise fioi
, and ehaolute judgment will then be given an
awarded against him.
MATTHEW McDONALD, C, C. P.
Clefk'eOffioc, April a. 1869. 49 ly.
A. K. Boiler, eb. el. ) u
: ts. V Bill teeefc aside Jodgmen
' Wm.B. Lloyd, at al. ) Injunction, Ac,
IT appearing to nay satisfaction that Win. E
Lloyd, Albert Gfibett aad Thomas 8. Hay
don dafendahti ia the abore atated esse, resid
, beyond the finite ot this State. On tqotion e
MoOowan, OotBp. Sol., Ordered that said d?
ffcndants do appear and plead, answer or deI
mnrtossid Bill qf Comprint within thre<
months from the nnblieation hereof or thaM<Qi
will b? Uk*o pea Mtytm* gsinst th?m.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
TI1E Undersigned, liuvingf
a p?rtner?*ljii? for the purposo of
Boot and Shoe Business,
would inform the public tlint we have recently
purchased in Uoston, Philadelphia and New
York, the largest assortment of
Ladies Shoes, and Gentleman'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 confidence,
recommend our stock to the public at
being of a superior quality, more durable than
nny that cau be found iu this latitude. We
intend to deal exclusively in
Leather, Boots and Shoes.
and we sholl be enabled to sell better work for
leas tnone} than any establishment in Town.
We will hnrter Leather or work for Knvhidea.
The material)) of our Stock were selected by
E. ROCHE, one of the firm, and the work
Put Up to Order.
We therefore know the "Mtulf it's uinde of."
nnd can enfelv rccointfiend it. We have a nuiri
bcr of tir*t class B-jot ami Shoe Muk?*rs in connection
with our Establishment, and arc prepared
Manufacture to Order
I any work which may be desired.
Call atTustiu'a building, next door to Cobb,
lluuler <t Co.
ROCHE <k CHRISTIAN".
April 1, 1869-48-1 f
GEA1NCB, MARBLER, PAPER 11ANUER,
1 SIG N~WRITER,
Abbeville C. H.
ABBEVILLE, S C. )
F?b. 11, lbC? J
1 ORDER NO. 6.
? T_)Y Hi*1 resignation of Gen'I. W. W. PERRY
.13 11AN, the office of Brigadier Gen>>rul o
the 1st Brigade of Cavalry is vacant. Col. J
W. PICKENS of ilie l*t Regiment, wil
act as General of Brigade till the Vacancy i;
By order of the Maj. General.
> Wil. TaTOM.
1 Aid de Camp.
e ORDER NO. C.
An electiou for Brigadier General of ttic Is
j. Brigade of Cavalry will be held (within the le
gal liour.->) at each Regimental Afnster Orvtint
on SATURDAY the iSOth of APRIL next.
. Managers of election to count the votes am
transmit to the Maj. General, a Statement it
writing, showing the result of each Poll.
By order of the Maj. Cmeral.
, WM. TATOM.
? :.l J _ n
aiu uo v^ttuip.
Feb. Ifl. 1859. 42
^T" Edgefield Advertiser. Anderson GoE^a.
. and Greenville Putriot, copj* twice.
i THE MARSHALL HOUSE,
BY E. COBB, Pkoprietoh.
TIIE Proprietor of the MARSHALL
IiuUJsli would ii-form the public that J2Ujl
L hi* Hoiihc in still open for the reception of viai
tors. Having some experience in Hotel-keepr
ing. he flatters himself that he will b? able (<
f pleat** his friends and customers. His tabl<
will at all time* be supplied with
The Very-Best The Market Affords.
His Iioune is well provided with attentive
servants, and ever/thing to render his custom
' ers comfortable.
- - v EDMUND COBB.
I Feb. all' 1869 43 tf
The Clear Starchers Friend
TTTILL give a finished and beuutiful glosstc
Yt Collars, Shirt Bosoms, and to all linen
muslin and .cotton goods; it will be found ar
} assistant in whitening clothur, and is warrantee
to contain nothing injurious.
For sale by
JORDAN <k MoLAUCIILIN,
Druggists and Chemist*.
July 1, 1858 8 tf
:f S. H. JONES.
] WW WT wm wt w w
? n VF U 9 Ki It (J 1 LtU ti I(.
OFFERS his services to the citizens of Abbe
ville District, in everything pertaining t<
Us line of business. By a strict attention tc
the interests of hi* employers, he hope* t<
merit a due share of patronage. Addr??*
Sarulover P. O.,
B Abbeville District, S. G.
March! 9, 1858. 46 tf
MRS. J. CONIVOR date M?* Du(T,
returns her thanks for the kind patrnnag<
of'.he Ladies of Abbeville and vicinity. Frou
her long experience in Europe, nud attention
the feel* competent of giving satisfaction.
LIMES' AND CHILDREN'S MANTLES
LADIES EVENlNfi RnSTIIMFf
ADtJU and Trimmtd in the most Fashionable Sty It
and from the Latest Pattern* for the
Fall and Winter Season.
e Kli. Obdkm PaonrTLT Attxndzd to. Pbicu
: 1ST Residence in the Cottage near the Jail.
* Sept 80. '68 22-tf
THE Undersinged reapectfully announces ti
the citizena of Abbeville, C. II., and vi
cinity, that he baa opened a
? BoQt and Shoe Shop,
n the office lately occupied by Dr. S. II. Beard
Dentist.opposite Mr. Westfield's Harneu an<
y Saddlery Store, and is ready to make and men<
h Boots and Shoes, entrusted to his care, Ac
i- Jan. 12, 1859. S7 tf
? Just Rcccived
L A SUPPLY of Frangipanni Extract ai
* l\- Eternal Perf.ime for the Handkerchief,
j Frungipanui Toilet Water,
. I " " Soap,
j " " Saohefa.
j td'#hioh w? invite the attention of the Ladiea
JOKDAN A MoLAUCHLIN,
Druggists and Cbemiata.
Jrtlv 1. 1MR 8 * tf
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
AbbtvilLs Dia'triet.--tl* th? Common Pleas
Gao.R.UaCaftO> ? Atkehto?D^
Banj'b V. Poaay. 3 Tfeom*tmyl? Fair. Attfy.
a WJBEB&AS eh? Flainti* <ifid. On tha fifth
W day of April, eight bundWd aud fifty
nlna, fila hie d#olaration again at thajfcfandftnl
* ;#bo. (It ia aaid,) k abaant fro* and without
" the the limit* of thia 8UU, and m naith? wift
* nor attorney known within thotttaai, bpon
1 whom a copy of'tha aaid declaration vMftchi
" earvad: Itw therefore crfeced&thot tha aaid
" Defendant do appear and nl?*d to tha aaid da
olavation, otf <ft hrffpx* d*v or Apri1,
eighteen honda^dK ftudiiftty, ci+erwi?m final
and ataeolnta at WlU (.fan begiven *?d
CANDID ATE S.
The friends of Cupt. O. U. JlA'A'IaOft r?apcctfuily
Aiir.?"r,na Lim a? a candidate for
Tax Collector nt tho iitit election.
The friends of JAMES A. McCORD respectfully
announce him as n Candidate for Tax
Collector at the cost election.
The friend* of Dr. J. F. McCOMB respectfully
announce him as a Candidate for Taxcollector
at the next election.
ZW We are authorized to announce S. A.
HODGES on a Candidate for Tax Collector, at
the ensuing election.
The friends of O pi. Vf. H. HARRIS,
respectfully annou:i"e him m a Candidrte for
the office of Tux Collects of Abbeville District
lit the next election.
or The numerous frUvdt of WESLEY A.
BLACK Esq., respectfully announce hitn ns n
Candidate for Tax Collector at ti.o next eleotion.
The frieudi of IlENRY 3. CASON reapuofc
ully ?nnco?ii;? l-iiu o# a Candidate for Tn^c
Collector, at he euauiug election.
$3T The friends of JO UN A. HUNTER respectfully
announce tiirn a candidate for the
office of Ordinary, at the next election.
Oct. 27. 1368.
The friends of Col. J. O. BAI-jKIJi retpectfully
announce liiui a candidate for tho
office of Ordinary, At the uext election,
Kov. 4. 1868.
? ?gM??aa????am iinny
LIVERY STA BLISS,
BY COBB & CRAWFORD,
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
Undersigned would infoimt!io
I /'< F *1 nuMic tl.ut thi-v have furm?-d a copnrtI
fur- ilia riitriinao iif ( i\tu)ln*fiiwr
Tils'LIVEJiY liTABLE BUSIN-ES3 IN
ALL ITS BRANCHES.
They hav* tnken tlie well-known Stables attached
lo tiio lot of the Marshall Ilouso, occu?
pied la?t year by P. S. Iliiile'l^e.
Tlie?e btRlil*9, fronting on Washington Street
have l.een repaired and refited and nre now well
- provided with provender and attentive Ilostr
lers, for the accommodation of the public.
Mr. CUAWF0KI> one of the firm, tuny alI
ways be found ut the Stablea, and he hope?, by
elose attention to bugim-a*. to merit uad receive
a liberal ehftie of public patronage.
Timetables will he provided with BUGGY
AND SADDLE lK)RbE3, to hire, together
with every other accommodation u#ualiy offered
by h similar estalilicliinebt. They buv?
also, COMMODIOUS 1/_>TS for the accommodation
of STOCK DRIVERS, ,.*-i!l furuish
them with proveuder, at living rnt?i.
1 J. 15. CttAVJFOUD.
j Feb,- 68, 1809 4S tf
-jm-Bizt Would retpectfuliv inform
the I'ublic tl.ut lie has
OPENED A SHOP
. flaking- and Repairing- ol"
, CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES.
It is opposite ibul no/ opposed) lo Mr.Tnylor'a
Establishment. lie liupnt ilmt hv doing good
work, and milking reasonable charges, to receive
a ehiire of public patronage.
1 lie hns ou hand nt this time, several new and
neat BuaaiKS, and one excellent Wagcw, which
he will aell low.
' 26ill Oct. 1838/ 26 12m
mTw~ bythewooi>7^ r
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,.
i No. 204 Exchange Row,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
FOR Hie Sale of REAL ESTATE, NE0R0E3!
also COTTON. WHEAT, 1JACON, Lard
Whiskev, Sugar, Coffee, Moias.u*. Flour, Butter
Corn, liny and Produce generally.
* Strict personal utteiitiou puid lo the sale of
any of the above?liberal advances niade' and
! prompt returns.
' Refer* to II. S. Kerr and D. L. McLnuchlio,
Abb-ville C. II., S. C.
Aug. 4. 18CS, H tf
DR. J. F. ItlABRt
Haying Located permanently nt
ABBEVILLE COURT HOUSE,
OJftra hi.t Professional Servieet to the
. Citizens of the Village-ami the Vicinity.
> Office iu the Marshall Bouse, on the Muin
} November 26, 1858.
MARSHALL, LEE & DeBRTJHL.
THE undersigned have associated' witli tliem,
in the Practice of the Law, STEPHEN
C. DeBRUIIL, E?q. All business entrusted totheir
care will receive prompt attention.
) S. FOSTER MARSHALL
e W. A. LEE
i January 12, 1857. Wrfcf
' CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
npHK Subscriber* having had thtf misfortune
L to Iaose. hy the fire of the 29th January,
the STEAM MILL and MACHINERY conneo- .
ted with their
> COACH FACTORY
' in Greenville, take ibis method of apprising their
friends and patrons that they will still
eoptinue business ad heretofore, without change
flptheir Firm or abatement of their exertions
Tbey Have on Hands,
and are constantly finishing, all the varieties of
Ever made by them, to wbiob tUey invito th*
They take pleasure in correcting an impres
ion that their Stork of SEASONED LUMBER
^ was lost with the Mill, and woijld say that, in
) quantity and quality,
Their Lumber lias Never Bcea Better*.
The generous patronage hitherto received,
warrant* the conclusion that their efforin are
appreciated, and stimulates thetn in making
further exertions. Their experience \?i)l onas
hie tliern to select and operate tho mwl upproved
Machinery, with advautnagwa not. surpawed
by any Manufacturers either North on
GOWER. COX. MAttRLEY ?J? CO.
Greenville, S. C., Marc.li 1,1869; 45 tf
ft, - ?
New Goods! New Goods!!
* ^ would respectfully inform our friends
f T and customers, that heve made
Urge addition* to our Stock of
'and would be "pleased to have them call aod
examine oar gtoek before purchasing elsewhere,
ae w*' ean 'offer them strong inducement U>
' boy. Oar 8toik con ostein part, of
t Lxibin'e Extracts for the H*j)dff?rohtH Pomade*
i Cologne and Toilet Waters :U*i?\ tfail and
i lootn nroiDH urwing upmn*. nn? loom
? Powdara, Boapa, Sorgieal and D?atal l$alr?I
Ftao Brandies and Wiies,
> ffeJCadiitaal purjy-??*. and all arti?U^a^aanj>
> hpjp* ffe * firat-oiaaa Drug btora. 4n*?'a>
^ ;(l,v i JORDAN 4 MoLiOJC?Uy,
fcVr J, ift$S. ft Vf
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