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THE PARTNT:RSHIP OP
i n 4 diksi
ON the first of August next- l?v its own limitation
and in order to close up tlie affair#
of the concern as speedily as possible,
their Stock "f Goods on linud, (Segars only
Mcepted) will be sold at
COST FOR OA.SH.
Purchasers have now a first rate opportunity
*o ?ove at lca*t 25, and in uiany instances 60
*T5 per cent, on NEW and SEASONABLE
Good*, nearly all of which were bought only
!two months ago, and we hope all'in want ol
.good bargains will call immediately ns we
<uean to do exactly what \vc say.
guarantee a ehoiee of selection.
i?'e subjoin n list of n few our article?, vir.:
. liareges, black and eulored at hall the udiial
Needle Work Collars from Sc. up.
Jnconct sleeves, "i?e. and upwards.
Setts, Collars nnd Sleeves, 40c. and upwnrds
i'rints, Ginclining and Lawns from ,*>Ac up.
Bleached Shirtings, very low.
iGraniteville Brown 4-1 Shirtings at Hjc.
Hooi? Skirts from 5<?e. up.
bonnets, small ones, 2<Jc., large ones in pro
Silk Mantilla? from 90c. tip.
Jtconet, Swiss and Tape Chock Muslin, frot
v full stock of Gents' and T.adios
lOES ANI) GAITERS
and without heels.
alfio have our usual full supply of
lose who stand in need of wearing nppi
teed not grumble any more, they can ha\
1 now for a mere song.
he travelling community can now be fu
EM J1It E E E AS,
much below market price.
y y,i good'? trill In' chnryrd at cost jtric
'oineone, come all, the sooner the l?eiti
1 bi?y yoods at fabulously low prices from
M. 1SUAKL i i>KLS?ShC.
May 4, 1859-1-tf
W, N. MIRIUETHEll
HAVING COMI'LETKK IMS
STIKTTY SIX, S. O
(next uoou to ruosiiK j. cautkk's.)
"ITOn.D respectfully call tli? nltciilion
K tiis frieixls nnvl the public generally
fine struck of
id solicit tlicir kind patronage and liberal
He proposes selling Drugs us low as any 1
lass I)rug Store in the up country. 11 is si
t complete, ninl ever}-thing sold l>y bin
rraiiteil to We fresli and genuine. At
:ore may l>e found
9YS STUFFS, PAINTS, Oh
Xarnislie.?, Varnish and I'aint iA-usbes
Spiee8, Muce, Cloves. Pepper, Te.tb
of nil kind*, Huggy und Carriage
Alto, a fine lot of CII1SWIXG TOIJAC
aud SKGAltS of the beak blends.
A large and varied stock of excellent
lie also offer* Coiifectiminrie#,
Ture Old Port. Madeira uud Malirui
At exceedingly low figures. Also, a pood
tide of Apple Vinegar, Kerosene, Oi'.s
Fluids. Lumps of all kind*. Wicks for
kind of Lamp?, and everything usually
in first class Drug Store.
Prompt attention will be given to all.
May 6, 1859-1-tf
Mi'linery and Dress-Makii
Iftfl KS. SMALL, in returning Iter a
JLVJK, 1 llUllHS iur II1C liurritl DU|'|rui?,
to her by llie Ladies of Atievillc, ami iia vn
during her sojourn amongst them, begs lc
My that in tier
she has just received her latent
Parisian and New York Fash
For the Spring Trade.
Varied ntylea of
Basques, Sacquese, isennas, occ.,
In addition to her Dress-making Dt-par
Mr*. Small would wish to call llic uttei
of Ladies to her
now that she is permanently located n
them. This season she has entered 111
tensively than formerly in that line of h
being always supplied with the lateat s
Wedding and Mourning Bon
Colored Silk and Crape Bonne
Head Dresses, &c.
To those Ladies who may honor her
call she feels assured of giving miiinfaotio
ceiving her fashions monthly t-iie will be
furnish the LATEST STYLUS.
lu ner millinery i/eiimtMrent nuc >?m
material,or wiH make to order with tli
rial furnished, any article in thin line.
Bonnet*, Ilals. Ac., trimmed to o
Jlouse adjacent to Mr McDonald'*.
Magazine Ilill, Abbeville 0. H., )
4 April 27, 1859. $ l-e<
1 ' BOOKS! BOOKSTT
> I GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFT!
Gold Freely Given Ai
FOR FOUR DAYS ONI
IN the room formerly occupied by J. <?
in the Marshall House Block. O
of BOOKS is large nnd desirable, eo
1 ?l. li. nr ?._
detriment of literature. For pnrticu
Catalogues. which can bo obtained by <
(he Gift Book Stork. Lariien and g
re rexpretfully invited to call aud exn
Book* 4fl/l PreaenU.
Sales, dwy and evening, beginning \V<
May 4, 18M 2
THE Excautive Committee of the
tural Society are requested U
Col. MarahalfA Office on Saturday
1 t)i in?t-, 10 A. M., for the purpoaa
lag the Premium List, and making wi
for the Annual Fair,,
By order of the Preaident.
' W. 0. DAVIS, B<*'y and
A FULL atoek may be fonnd at
at all tinea at lo weat market^
jtfrU 79, I859-35-tf ' *
OFF FOlt THE WEST!
'TMIE subscriber having (Ictntuiiitid to reJL
move to the West, offers at private sale
a very vn luahle tract of Land, lying two miles
East of Donaldsville, containing
Two IIuiuIied Acres in WOOD LAND, the
remainder is in cultivation.
The entire tract is the first quality of farming
I.and. It. has a good Dwelling House. (Jin
House, with all other out buildings, all of tlieui
J. L. PRATT. I
May 6. 18Ml-l-tf
rpiIH above reward will lie paid for the npL
prehension and delivery of a runaway
hoy, AAUON, at Smithville He is a keen,
shrewd hoy, with rather a sly look and yellow
complexion, and has n sear on one of his arms,
running from tli? wrist upwards.
Smithville, S. C.
May 6, 1850-1-3t
DA ILY O i?I3N IX?
j Botwoon Kerr and Branch, Allen & Edwards.
j One of the most varied and select stoek of
i GEMLEMEX'S FUltMSHlMJ GOODS
And Spring and Summer Styles
Dfiiiw iHiw nnTiiiiVn
lllj/lli I "illilULl VJJVIIlIitU
To 1>p found anywhere, consisting in part of
tlie following, viz:
_ Ul'k and Co I'd Orleans Cloth, Sack and I'rock
I A variety ot dark and col'd Cassimere Suits,
n j do do do I.inen <lo
do do do Marseilles do
! Rlue, Rlnck ?t Brown Cloth Frock & Suck do
! l>rul> I)'Kto do do do do
' Tweed do do do do
Silk Flannel do do do do
Caysiniere, Alpacea, Italian, Marseille",
El Linen, Cotton, Corduroy, and many other
| styles of
,.| I3 -A. 1ST T S ,
? ' : 11 11 ntul
As varied ns above.
Gentlemen's Linen Drawers, Socks, do
do Cotton do do do
5 do Lisle do do do
do .lneonet Mur-lin Under Shirts
! do bilk. Lisle, lleritio, and Coltoi
r.t. 1 A variety of Collars nnd Cravats, new styles.
lT .Now hi suire anu utiuv rwn mj;
" A. A. WILLIAMS.
April 29, 18.09, 52-31
- ; ,
From Five Cents to Twelve Dollars.
From Twenty-Five Cents to Twelve Dollar
rj ; MUSLINS,
From Six nml a <?tiarler to One Dollar an
^ j From Four Dollars to Twenty-Five Dollars.
From Fifty Cents to Five Dollars.
(Cotton, Linen and Silk,)
} y From ijix ami ft Quarter Cents to Five iiollni
ifv i A. A. WILLIAMS,
irst j APril 29 lS59-52-tf
1 j !s i da'ily expected.
J j GREATEST LI XIRY OF THE SEASO!
A FE W
ELIPTIC BED SPRING
'CO ! \ I'Al'TFI) to any size Bed, and will he bi
' j Ji\. cheap. The Astor House and other
j tels have been lately furnished with tliem, i
I tliey are pronounced without a parallel
! comfort in the summer. Mo family should
1 without them.
A. A. WILLIAMS
April ii'J, lS.VJ-.V>-tr
ar~ j just opened
Iff ' i\ CHOICE lot wf licrnpe?, Muslins,
I'V. many other noods of newest sr
.S. ' which please call and exam inc.
iIlcert. A. A. WILLIAM
ende'I APril 29 1859,-52-3t
aveio SOUTH CAROLINA
* COLUMBIA COTTON M
10nS subscribers have just mldcd a com
JL But of
&C. - to'their factory and arc now prepared to fn
linen I. Merchants and Planters willi various sty I
They will pay a fair
mnnerat ^ I O
uro ex- for nil wool sent tlieui, or t.liey win mm
mines*, t.urc- it into cloth for pnrties wishing it, a
tyles of cents per yard?furnishing the warp fo
nets, Persons Rending us Wool lind best wn
its before sending, but it can bo sent, just
' is sheared from the sheep. Black and
wool had best be kept separate.
with a Wul1'1' especially urge upon our pi
n lie- l',e Prcnt necessity of sending in the Wi
able to soon a^elipped; if this rule is follower
parlies would always be sure of havii
I fnrnifih cl0'1' 'n nmP'e time.
e mate- arc' determined to supply no goods
the most superior kind, and guarantee 01
rder tomers that it will be more to their in
to patron is?^n.home enterprise, than to b
trashy stuff df our northern friends wl
r?w-tf only made to sell.
We will still supply our celebrated
burgs. Also Cotton Yarn.at the lowest ri
? J f Mr. JOHN McBItYDE is our agent s
? beville, and will take orders for goods
vay! chase all Wool offered to him at fair
-rr prices, and attend to any business for u
-iX* JAMES G. GIHBliS 61 C
. Bubkin, Columbia,
nr Slock April 29, 1850-3m
ilnrs, ee? .
enlietiien JOHN CORBETT,
mine our SCOTJSXI PA.?KrT3
Jdneaday Grainer, Marbler, Paper Hanger a
AKcn1t- Abbeville C. H., South Carol
Ag'i??l- BACON, lard, &
> meet at 40,000 LBS. Baeon Sides an
of ifrjinff" 2?ft00 11 Choice I^eaf Lnrd, t
800 Oal?. Linseed Oil.
100 Sacks (Liverpool Twilled) 3
26 Bblt. New Orleana Si
Treat'r. 10 Hhda. " W. I. Molascee.
, 10 Bbla No. I Mackerel, (targ<
,-pvo 2 Tone Ptare White Lead.
* GrifBnva 40 inch Patent Scythe Bli
Williams' Grain Cradle*, very beet kind,
price*. i For eale for cash by
.LJA249. - U. O. 1
April J9, 1?S*, tt-3t
What has causcd this great commotion>!
The country, country through?
LAST FALL WE SAID
Cheap Goods for Cash was all the rage,
The greatest blessing of the age.
THIS SPRING WE ADD
r|~MIAT we nre armed and equipped ns the
JL demand r?*ipiires, with a much Linger,
Better and Cheaper Stock of Uooda tliun we
liave ever ottered before.
SO FAR FROM
Tur n*eu cvotcm
i nc utton 0101 cm
Having proved it failure, each successive iiioii(li
lias kIiowii a stonily increase. We shall not
therefore abandon tin: principle. but shall adhere
lo it moru closely than ever. Old Fogies
may cry, " 1'eaceI peace! I" lint there *hall
be no peace until it id known as far ad the East
ia front the West, that Abbeville is the best
i market for the purchase of Dry Goods, and
j that MOOUK ?fc QUA I PR'S is hcad<junrtere
for style, price and quality.
Come then, ull ye sous nud daughters ol
YOUR GOODS FOR CASH
And be no longer led by those who hold oil
long tiuiu and big proli'.s.
Hero it is hardly necessary for us to say tliu
I one of our liriu was one of the first in th
: Northern Markets, nud nearly 'he last l<> leav
! it, utid that, we have many of the novelties u
[ the season, consisting in part, as follows:
Uarei^e .Manlier, fi.jU.
Maul illas at $1.00.
Kobe a Quilled.
Kobe II I.eS.
Kobe A 1. 1 mporati ice.
Double Skirt. Koboa,
Kobe A '2 Volants.
Kobe A tJ.lupfS Volants.
Bonnets from liJi'ts to $10.
Level la Cloth.
Cireulur ami Quaker Fans.
While ami Col. l'iijiie.
Tine Back Combs, $7.00
Han-ire Robes l?ouble and Single.
Plain Barters, 1 "J Jets.
Thunder mill Lightning lints.
Straw lluts of every color and style.
Clothing of all styles and prices.
"We lintnl you this short list but if j-ou vi
bring with you the C A S 11 , we can tin
you uiany goods that will make your lieu
TctfjjS for joy, and pay you well for coming fi
und even an hundred miles.
s Fearing that we shall occupy more spi
than the Kditors of the" Banner" and " l're
had tlie kindness to reserve for us, we bli
j make but one more appeal.
It is to those who live nt a distance
come to town, and if you cannot buy
of your goods of us for Cash, you will 1
some of the Fogies who are clever fellows i
ever ready to welcome you inside the portal:
their doors, at I extend to you that which
refuse?Time! Time!! Time!!!?until t
shall be no longer on their books, then t
from you u scrip of paper on which is writl
"One day after dote," Ac., with your nutne
rs. the bottom.
Our advice *"ouhl bo, bring with you
" lilthv lucre, " and pay as you go; then,
Calm will be thy sleep as infant slumbers,
l'ure as the purest thoughts thy dream
jAlul all in is origin, wunu munuvi
l" Silled o'er thee her mingled beams.
MuOuE Ji IjUAIFl
April C. 1859?19-lf
S BRANCH, ALLEN & EDWARDS
''M I I AVK just rueei ved frct-h additions to I
jlo_ 11 Stuck, of various kin?ls.
md d * B
A choice lot jtir-t received.
A fresh, jmre mid transparent. article jusl
eeived, which we will bell at $ 1.70 a gallo
ma- :n: ar^ r:mr
I' PICTURE FRAMES
j A fine lot of these ou hand which we will
? ill, LIlUI 11.-3UMI JO IVbO*
nn<l ^'arc'l? Ii?]>}>er, Spice, Ginger, i
>-les, Soaps of all kinds, Corn Start
y JPuiitls, Varnishes, Oils and
Putty, always on JIand.
J|J\j We will deliver Pianos from one of tli
mnnufactories in tlie United Slates, n
point on nny Railroad in tlie State at fit'
1)1010 cent advance on New York price*, perm
purchaser to use them for nny reus*
,,, , > ietitrlh of time, have them examined 1>
^ j Professor of Music, and then, if they t
? -.1. 1 __i? r...t w;tl
IMIMI | nnt*|?cnrvb PUUP.UVV.".., ? .....
es of ! back free nil charge to the purchaser.
We will deliver these at any point <
ltifae- Roilr<??il in theSt??W\ or at any jtlaec
, ,'.,i District nnd warrnnt them to give j?tifl
tf.? BRANCH, ALLEN & EDWAJ
Abbeville, April 22, 18MI-Cin
sh il, ?
wl,,lu Vegetable Horse Powi
?tron? Foil TI1B cuke ok
I, the HIDE BOUND
g K Loss of Appetite, Fatigue, Yellow
but of Infiamation of the Eyes.
.ircus ?Also. ?
.IV the A UNIVERSAL CONDITION TOW
lich is For sole nt
? JORDAN & MoLAUGHL
U?nn* Sikh of the Golden M
1 8 or Abbeville, April 22, 1809, 61-tf
market Lyon's Magnetic Pow
FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF
s.' c. bed bug s, c ookroache s, h
Mosquitoes, Flies, Plant Insects,
on Fowls and Animals,
And every other species of Insects, \ri
3X1., its particles come in contaot.
nd Just received and for sal? at
JORDAN A McLAUGHLT
Sign of the Golden Mo
asT No. 3 Granite
& Abbeville, 6. C., April 22, 1869, 61READY
d Shoul- A FDLL SUPPLY of all the NEW
Just opened, and for sale cliea]
M, ISRAEL A BRUS
March 16, 1869' 46
. fcadles' Heel?4 Gal
. Gents' Shoes
large uaortmeot just opened by
EERR. " If. ISRAEL * BRUS
Marsh 18,1?W. if
IT IS NOT TOO HICU TO SAY
OLD AND YOUNG,
Al-'FIRM ITS TRUTH,
Viz : That Professor Wood's Hair Rostorativo
WILL preserve infaliibly tlie (irowih nud
cu/ur of the hair, il utu-d two or three times a
, week, to arty imaginable iiko. Perfectly, restore
the gray, cover the bald with nature's
own ornament, the hair ; make it more soft
ami beautiful than any oil, and preserve the
scalp flee from all diseases to the greatest age.
Statesmen, Judges, Attorneys, Doctors', Clergymen,
Professional men and Gentlemen niul l,aI
dies of all classes, all over the world, bear testimony
that we do not say too much iu its favor.
Read the following, and jud^c:
IIickouy Guovk, St. Charles Co., Mo., )
Nov. 19, 1857. )
Pilar. O. J. Wooi??Dear Sir : Some time Inst
summer wo were induced to use some of your
? ?_ i> ?tll| itx ellWts were so won
| liitir uvpu?uii??v, ......
dcrful, we feel it our iluty tv you und the afflicted,
to report it.
Our little noil's head for some time linil l???en
( perfectly covered with sores, nn<l some culled it
scald liend. The liuir almost entirely came oil*
[ in consequence, when a friend, seeing his sufferings,
advised us lo to use your Restorative,
we uiil so with little hope of success, hut to
our surprise, and that of all our friends, a very
few applications removed the disease entirely,
i and a new und luxuriant, crop of hair soon
started out, and we can now say that our hoy
1 has as healthy a sculp, and as luxuriant u crop
of hair as any other child. We can, therefore,
1 and do hereby, rceommend your Restorative
'' as a perfect remedy for all diseases of the scalj
u ; and hair. We are yours respectfully, '
' GKO*. W. IlKJUINItOTHAM,
SARAH A. ] II(> (.IN BOTH AM
PnoK. Woon?I)cur Hir: My hair had, foi
several years, been becoming preinaturely gra^
accompanicd by a harshness which rcnderei
the constant application of oil nccessnry ii
dressing it. When I coinnicticed using you
Hair Restorative about two months ago it wit
in that condition ; and having continued it
use till within the last three weeks, it has turn
ed to its natural color, and assumed a soft lies
und lustre greatly lo be preferred to those prt
dueed by 1 lie application of oils or any otlic
preparation 1 liave ever useu. i rrumu <. ?
nri indispensable article for every lady's toilc
whether to he used a* a llair Restorative or ft
the simple purpose of dressing or beautifyin
the hair. You have permission to refer to in
all who entertain any doubt of its pcrfurinin
all that is claimed for it.
MRS. C. SYMONDS.
Cincinnati, 0.. Feb. 10, 8571. 114 Thirds
WKI.LlStiToN, Mo., Dec. 5, 18.V7.
Prof. Wooi??Hear Sir: Uy the advice of
friend of mine, who had been using your Hn
Restorative, 1 >vas induced to try it. I hi
the fever, some lime last May, nod nearly e
ery hair ill my head came out. Now my ha
has come in a great deal thicker than ever
was. Nothing but a duty and sympathy tli
'ill 1 feel to communicate to others who are atlli
1 * 1 * I.I ti.liiitia inn In iri
JW j leu BS 1 IlllVfi lieeil, 1VIIUIU ..iuuv? ?_
l is : this public acknowledgement of tlic benefit
fly have rcccived from I'rof. Wood's lluir Ucstoi
live. Yours respectfully,
?ee A. R. JACOBS.
i*s" The Restorative is put up in bottles of 3 siz
ull viz: large, medium and small ; the small liol
i a pint, and retails for one dollar per Lott!
to the medium holds at least twenty per ce
all more in proportion than the mii:;II, retails
in<l two dollars per bottle ; the large holds a que
ind 40 percent more in proportion, and retails
i ot i #?o a bottle.
we O. J. WOOD it CO.. Proprietor*. 444 Bro
iuie way, New York, and 114 Market tit.,
ake Louis . Mo.
len, ?%}' And sold by all good Druggists and F
at cy Good? Dealers.
April '2'J. 1859-3tn.
npilE following notes were stolen from
* JL Subscriber the 17tit inst., and 1 her
' forwarn all persons from trading for tli
One note on J. li. Lyon, for($S5.UU) eigl
" five dollars, given about20tb December]
One note on W. Lauds, for ('2y.6u) twenty-i
(ifty ets.. given about '27th Dec. last. (Jm
,,u 11 '1A fui\ tun ilollni'tt. i'i
? l nomas i). oti'n-, iu> ^ ../.V*-, ,
1 Nov., 1867, and due 12 months ufter Jute, \
.heir a credit endorsed on it fur two dolhtru.
THUS. J. liUOUGJ
CELEBRATED DOUBLE SCRI
1 Rockaway Premium
;,rc" WHEAT FAN
^ rI"MIE Subscriber having purchased the I
, L for this State, now offers to 1'lu
these justly celebrated Funs for cleanim; \\
I Bell This Fan is superior to nny thing of the
now in use, us the number of premiums uv
. ed at- different State Fuirs will attest.
:youa, Bjmplc in its structure, easily rigged, \
cht well, un<l when out of order, can he rep
an)' ordinary mechanic. It in adnptc
cleaning all kinds of grain. For further
ticulars see Hand Bill, which will be furn
auy one ucsiriiig such.
Cotton Gins and Tlireshc
I Also constantly on hand a supply of C
Gins, which I warrant to l>c equal to any i
e !>cst Also, n lot of Threshers which lire ho e
t nny sively known that 1 deem it unuccesiia
c p,.r eulogise tliein here.
it the These Machines are all manufactured i
Jtwible place, by skillful workmen, and of the
y nnv beet muteriul, and wurianted to do wl
jo not 8a'?l f?r them. Any orders for either <
them above Machines, addressed to the subscrit
left with any Travelling Agents, w
promptly attended to.
lO For all Repairing and Job Work, tho
[ Ol w'" be required upon delivery.
\n an,y Abbeville, S. C., April 15. 1859-50-:in
in the ??
11^ Something New.
JUST RECEIVED?III SG ED II
SKIRTS. For sale cheap.
I am daily receiving additions to ni}
assortment of Staple and Funcy Dry Go
JcrS, A. A. WILLI i
' April 16. fil-tf
THE MARSHALL HO
Water BY E. COBB, Proprietor.
THE Proprietor of the MARSHAL!
HOUSE would inform the public thn
DER, his House id still open for the reception
tors. Having some experience in Hote
jjt ing. he flatters himself that he will be
ortar please his friends and customers. Hi
will at all times be supplied with
The Very Best The Market Af
, His House is well provided with h
MOrS servants, and everything to render his
rAmrrn Feb. 21. 1859 43
Vermin Lime For Sale.
I OFFER for s?\j) jkt my Houtt, 5 J m
side of the Kiln, One Thousand Bi
th which Arnold's Lirne, just from the Kiln. I 1
it at 85 cents per.bushel, and this, I
which has always been sold at 40 ci
t ? i t
DIIBIlei. I wtnaiit ...v
rtar uioney and get the liine before it is i
IUofifc JOI1N s:
_tf^ April 22. 1859, 51-ltn
gjjjQ $100 Reward.
o_?r _ "O UN AW AY from the subscriber's !
STYLES jn Abbeville District about the
[> as usual uary, 1868, his Negro Woman, Malta
about 18 or 20 years, feet high, )ig
SEL. plected. 8he is a fine, likely woman
" gent and quick spoken, with good
? aqce. She is probably barborea ia t)
11 o r 1 tfJioining States.
The above reward will be paid for
Srenension and lodgmont in any Ja
tate, with evidence sufficient to coi
person harboring, or Fifty Dollars for
CIL. ?, JAMEEUTA
tf April >3, J869-JfJ-Jcp(
waz nr ~.w. m 9 m
RECEIVED THIS DAY AT
C. P. REMSEN'S,
npOGETHElt with a splciided assortment of
1 JL Spring mill Summer
Pcnrl mill Itluck Citssimercs.
(ionIn' mill Hoys' Lnt? Style Straw Goods.
Misses' Jackets Adelaides, various colore.
Gents' Summer Scotch Caps, Cloth lint*.
Moleskins, and Boys'Felt lints, Ac.
Te ruis cusli. [April 15, 50-tf
DllY GOODS '
spuraa Am summer
MILLER & WARREN,
OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL.
* -w--r m ~t t rn a /^i tt*/^
/V U U U i iV,
WE return our thanks to our friends gonernlly
for their liberal patronage, and
respectfully holicit a continuance. We have
, eceived an unusually largo supply of Sprint;
and Summer GOOl>S, conprising an endlesi
variety of new and liundsome iJltESS CiOODS
which we will tuke great pleasure in exhibiting
to our friends and customers. All we ask it
. for them to give us u call, and we will show
i them something in the way of
, Rich Silk and Grenadine ROBES A'LES ;
.. Grenadine ROBES A'2 .IIJPEZ ;
s (Organdie and Jaconet ROBES PRINCESSE
s English and D'Anglctere BAREGES, nev
' 1MXE APPLE CLOTII, New Article ;
( Foullard SILKS;
r Solid Color l$ayndere BAREGES;
|S Plain and Fancy Colored MILKS ;
I Black Ri|>s and B.iyadere SILKS ;
' A new and beautiful article of Silk MUSLIN
I x. i>ai.i.V!V lttUKXADINKS:
I "lu'ii* "oMd'sti-iVe'lXwlatVfl" SIiJlC ; '
? Rich French mid Chnntilly MAT1LLAS ;
Plain Silk aiul liaregu "
licrage and Froncli Lace SHAWLS ;
? Linen l)USTKltS ;
Vuls Lnc<: COLLARS and SLEEVES ;
n Embr'd Swiss "
ir Marseilles " "
,j Fancy UASSIMEIIS and CLOITIS ;
v IMuin and Fancy Linen DRILLS;
it Domestic OINU1IAMS, DENIMS and CO!
u_ OSN'ARURCJS nnd Factory STRIFES;
ve Marlboro' l'LAILS nnd STRIPES;
t j Schley's Negro PLAINS, all wool tilling;
ri4. Together with every article usually kept
April 8, 49,-3m
ids New Goods! New Goods
!' nr> is' .i 7' /? .1 Ji a a T XR f /
^ M. BTri^TJSS,
j. TTTISIIING t<> reduce 1113' Stock, I ofTcr so
T T of my GOODS
I,ess tlian. Cost,
nn" some at Cost I'uices, anil tlic balance w
VERY SMALL PROFIT.
? My Stock is v?*ry large and selected w
great cure, and 1 offer
LADY'S IIOOI' SKHITS for 50
,1,e Colored and Whit* 15R11.LIANTES, 12
?l,y Fanny MUSLIN, Fast Colors, 10
11 ATS and HON NETS, 60
,M' " 1 ' 1,1 nn
"j l_.auy ii niiii"i'Ciim, -v
losl- Linen COATS. 75
' HANDKERCHIEFS, 06
^itJi April 1, 1850. U
- Turnishng goods
''PEN QUARTER 11-4 nud 12 4 Linen
_L Cotton SHEETING.J
p>r 4-4, 6-4 und 0-4 Linen and Cotton Pi
10-4. 11 4- and 12 4 Summer Marst
lU-4, 11.4 and 12 4 All.ndalo QUI
8-4 and ll>'4 Linen Damask TA
.. . 4 CLOTHS.
''8"1 8-4 and 10 4 Dessert TABLE CLOr
I Linen Damask Napkins, Doylies, P
It is Doylies, Towellings, UiasB biotas, at
aired Together with a beautiful assortment of I
d to and SWISS
Embroidered and Dami
tate?s Carpets, Matting*. &c
>er, or In fact every thing wanted in that way
' ?:?l Ka ..(Vv.wl .? <.?? Lolnvv <?iiu nrluL'H.
ill ue WIMWUUCIWII..I ,
and see them nt
Cash GRAY ?fc ROBERTSON'5
No. 1 Gruuite Rai
HT. April 1, 1859?48?tf
Important to Planters!
oop THE RICHMOND FACTO
Richmond County, Ga.
large /"CONTINUES to manufacture WO
Vy CLOTH at 12J cents per yard for
^Mo. and 16 for twills?finding every inuterii
cepl the wool. The extensive and com
_ increasing patronage the Factory has e
USlli* for years past, assure the proprietors th
article of Winter Clothing for Negroes,
by them, has not been surpassed by anj
made North or South.
'j Recent extensive improvement* and
t BjiL now being erected, enable us to keep
of visi- standard of the Goods, and to accure at
able to Planters, or others, who may wish t
is table us wool to be made into cloth, can send I
or clean?if washed, it should be done
C j water, and done thoroughly, if sent d
charge half cent per yard extra for w
tlentive B,)rry Wool is not objectionable?tht
custom removed bv machinery. The name
ownershoufd be marked upon every ]
'1 Wool scot by Railroads in Georgia, Al
" Tennessee, or South Carolina, to the i
Depot, with owner's name, and Rl
Factory" marked'upon it, will be r?
M ... and promptly received, and the Cloth
ushelsof ln*de, returned to the points directed,
will sell Parc*' ' up 'n l',e turn received,
for Lim wou'^ especially urge upon our
, r *'le great necessity of sending iu the A
o th soon as clipped ; if this rule is follow
ll"Lone6 parties would always be suro of hov
iiitmt oloth in ample time.
All instructions to Messrs. FLEMfc
ROWLAND, our Agents in Augusta. Gi
President Richmond Fa
evidence April 28, 1869-61-8m
RECEIVED THIS WE;
her ftp- Araagnificentaaaorttuent of ^fantill
il in tha PrinU, and
"? ?. BBBAGB SHAW)
Qf the latest atylea at
ylx*. . ? gbay* wmhk&ti
STATE LOTTERY, h
For the benefit of tbe
MONTICELLO tJNION ACADEMY. , J
Authorize' by Sptcial Act >)f the Lrgitlature. j ^
iTI'KINmEY & Co., Managers j
CAPITAL Pit I Z E j;
More than ONE PRIZE to every Ten j j
Whole Tickets 910, Hulvcw $5, !
To lie Drawn each Saturday
In IMIay, 1S59.
Claw IS, to l>?* Drawn May 7, 1859 !
ClaNttlttloltcdrawn Hay 11
C'laN<i '20 to 1><! drawn nay '21, 1M51)
Cla?s21 to bedrawunayitN, 1850 !
1 Prize of $60,000 is fltio.OOO
I 10,000 in 10,000
1 ? 0,000 is 6,1100
1 - 6,0<)0 is 6,000
1 4,000 is 4,000
i 1 " 3.000 is y.ooo
1 1 " 1,600 is 1.500
60 " 400 lire 20,000
1 100 " 300 ?rc 30,000
r 100 " '200 arc 20 ,<(00
100 " 100 nro 10,000
100 " 60 ure 6,000
' 4 Prizes $400 App'y to $00,000 prize nrc$1,G00
4 " 300 ' 10,000 ' 1,200
4 " 260 " 6,000 " 1,001)
4 " 250 " 5.DU0 " 1,000
? j >?>n ?i t(m
4 " ZUU 1,V>V uw..
4 150 " 8,(100 UIIO
4 " 100 '? 1,300 " 40U
J 5*000" 30 ' 150,OU(J
5,485 Prizes amounting to $330,10'.
Certificates of package* will be sold al
tlie following rales, wliicli in the risk:
Certificate of Packages of 10 Whole Tickets $7'
? lo Half " a;
" 10 Quarter " l!
10 Eighth " 1
^Tn ordering Tickets or Certificates, enelos<
the money to our address fur tlie tickets ordered,
receipt on of which the)" will lie forward b;
[ _ first mail. Purchasers cun have tlckcts eiidinj
iu any figure they may designate.
The list of drawn numbers and prizes will li
sent to purchasers immediately after the draw
in All communications strictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates, by Mail c
Express, to be directed t?
_ M'KIXNEY A CO.,
April 15, 1859, 50-12m
I I\ V 1 G O K A T O R !
me I'E EI'A It ED DV DK. SANFOUD,
Compounded Entirely from Gams,
IS one of the best Purgative nud Liver Me*
cities now before the public, that acts as
Cathartic, easier milder, and wore effect ual tin
any other medicine known. It is not only
rith Cathartic, but a Liver llemedy, acting first <
the Liver to eject its morula maner, wienv
cts. the stomach mxl bowels to carry off that, mi
cts. tcr, thus accomplishing two purposed effectu
cts. ly, without any of the painful feelings expe
els. enceil in the operations of most Cathartics,
ets. strengthens the system ftt the snnic time thai
ct*. purges it; an<l when taken daily in niodcri
cU doses, will strengthen and build it up with i
The Liver is one of the principal rcgii
tors of the human body; and when it p
forms its functions well, the powers of-I
I system ure fully developed. The stoiuacl
almost entirely dependent on the hcali
and action of the liver for the proper perfoi
anee of its functions; when the stomac!
'lOW /yt at fault, the bowels are at fault, ond
)?J whole system suffers in consequence of
:lllcs organ?the Liver?having ceased to dti
^ duty. For the diseases of that organ.
LIS, 0f t||C proprietors lins made it his stud}'
BLL r, a practice of more than twenty yean
^ find some remedy wherewith to countoi
FIIS, i the many derangements to which it is lin
^ To prove thulthis remedy is at last foi
'ruit any person troubleil with the Liver <J
Pr. plaint, in any of its forms, has to try a
lC>| J-*' tie, and conviction is certain.
0 These Gums remove all morbid or
matter from the system, supplying in I
place a healthy (low of bile, invigora
the stomach, causing food to digest %
1 purif) ing the bluoJ, giving tone and he
ISlv ^ to *"',e w',0'e inacliinery, removing tliec,
l of the disease, effecting a radical cure.
^ Bilious attacks are cured, and whu
better, prevented, by the occasional us
Yy the Liver Invigorator.
f-\ One dose after eating is sufficient tc
U lieve the stomach and prevent the food I
arising aud souriui;.
Only one dose taken before retiring,
> vents Nightmare.
p? Only one dose taken at night, loosen
. rH bowels gently, and cures Cost i veil ess.
' r -i One dos\j taken after each meal will
C,,U fl} Dyspepsia.
?3?" One done of two ten-Rpoonftils
always relieve Sick Headache.
'8e* < Oue buttle taken for female obstru
l__i will remove the cause of the disease
' make ? perfect cure.
J Only one dose immediately reliovcs CI
l>y while one dose oft?n repented is a sure
ill j for Cholera Morbus, and a preventi
OI-KN CD E2?~ Only one bottle is needed to t
plain * out the system the effeeU of medicii
?1, ex- ter n '?"B sickness.
(tantly Q f3S" One bottle taken for Jaundic
njoyed moves all salluwucss or unnatural color
at the A* the ekin.
made HH One ?1?80 taken t sliort time hefnro ?
t Cloth ^ gives vigor to ilio appetite and makes
Q digest well.
others Ouo dose often repeated cures CI
up the Gj Diarrhoea in its worst forms, while Su
1 early and liowal complaiuts yield almost t
Yj first dose.
o send One or two dotes cures attacks cans
It dirty Worms in CliHuron: tnero it iiu surer,
in cold ^ or speedier remedy iu tlio world, us it
irty we ' fails.
ashing. 77) . VfT A few bottles oures Dropsy, hi
i burrs ^ tinjj the absorbeuU,
of tlie We tuke pleasure in recommendit
mckage mediolne n? a preventive for Fevt
Ague, Cliill Fever, nnd all Fevers of
labama, ious Type. It operates with certaiut
Augusta thousands are willing to testify to its
climond dorful virtues.
igularly All who use it nra giving tlieir unai
'? when testimony in its fayur.
Each py Mix woter in the mouth with the
orator, and swallow botli together,
natrons THE LIVER INVIGORATOI
Vool as j8 R scientific Medivsl Discovery, and i
ed, the working cures, aluioit too great to btilie
ing the cures aa if by magic, even fclie first done
benefit, and seldom morn than one bottl
1ING <fc quired to cure aDy kind of Liver Corn
? from the worst Jaundice or Dyspepsia to
UN, moo Headache, all of which are tbe r?i
otory. Diseased Liver.
Price, On* DcOUr PPF bottle.
BANFORD <fc CO., Proprietc
(liJX* 146 Broadway, hew 1
taitnliUn Retailed by all DrupgiiU. Alao aold
^ Joej>av 6 MoLavoomn, Abbeville.
Bkanph, Au-jtw k Kuwaeps, Abbuvi
April 16. 1869, 60-l?m
~~ J nit Received
? 1 A A ODNCE8 of 8UL. QUININE
|lg IUU 20 Ounce* Sol. Morphea*,
for sale by
wv,fl JORDAN * MoLAUCHI
?vfl 9? Druggi?U and Che
Wj 1, 1808. 9
BOOTS A IN 1) Miur,a.
<jry TIIF. Undersigned, having formed
? partnership lor tlie purpose of
^r?1^^fcCuiiJui tin^ the
Hoot null Slioc BukIiicm,
roulil inform tlic public that we have recently
il relinked in Huston, Philadelphia and New
'ork, Uie.lnr^est uMortiimnt of . ,
ladies Shoes, and Gentlemen'* Boots and
>f every conceivable style mid pattern ever ofr
ercd in this market. Our entire stuck liu-j
lieen purchased l>v n pr?cti?nl lloot Maker.
We feel assured tliul. we chii, willi ^reiit ccufi?
Jence, recointni'iid our stock to tlm public us
lu-'ii'jr of h supcrioi: quality, irjoie <lurul>le tlmu
niiy,tliat chii be found iu this latitude.' Wo
intend to deal exclusively in
Leather, Boots an<^ Shoes.
and we sluilF be enabled to sell Letter work fof
less moue^ th^n uny establishment in Town,
We will Imrter Leather or work for Hnvhidci.
The materials of our Sloek were selected by
K. HOCilK, one of the tirm, mid the work
Put Hp to Order.
We therefore know tlx; "stuff .jt's inudo of."
nnil can Hafely reeominend it. Wc have a mini
lior of tiiit dints lioot and Sliue Makers iu cotir
lection with our Et)tfthlii>hiiient, and are propared
to * ,
Manufacture to Order
nnv work which tuny be desired. ... . i.
Call ulTusttn's huihliug, lieXt door to Cobb,
Hunter it Co.
j UOCIIK .t CHRISTIAN.
| April 1, 18.VJ-tS-if
R. in. &, S. A. WnSTOCK;
RKSIMXHTULI.V inform their friends nml
customers thnt. they have just returned
from the Northern Markets with a haudsouicr
I Stock of
Latest Styles mid Finest Quality.
In >>liort, from the smallest size to the largest.
AI no a very lurge and tasty Ptuck of
j BOOTS find SHOES,
| i Hats and Caps, Shirts)
> | Collars, L'ruviils and rocket Knives,
( i and all other articles necessary to make n complete
Yon can find every thing fine and nice, nnd
j for the quality ol" the Gooili?, very low forCuth,
. j or on rhorl time. A Very large block of .
*\ KHSTE SKGARS;
*; And Sixty Boxes Tobacco,.
L | which wo will sell cheaper than can be bought
' We are vorj* thankful to our customers for,
= pnat favors, and wo hope to receive u share of
this reason'* patronage.
_ 1>. M. ,t S. A. WfXESTOCK.
Corner Marshall House.-Clytliing Depot.
Abbeville, March SI, 1850, 4S-tf
" LIYKRY TTA 1)LKS
BY COBB & CllANYFOBD,,
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
I T1IK Undersigned would in form tha
i r'Kl 1 public that, they have foiim-d a eopart|
nersbip for ihe purpose of conducting
THE LIVE11Y STABLE BUSINESS IN
ALL ITS BHASCUES.
j,. | The}' hnve tnhen the well-known Stithies f?t|t
. taehe<l to the lot of the Marshall House, occu?
|U1 J pied last yenr by I*. S. ItiiLledgc.
(l ! These Stables, fronting on \Vai?hini?ton Street*
on hnve been repaireil unj refit<;d.ni>d are now welL
i>u provided with provender nnd attentive llostlorn,
for the nccumtnodation- of the public.
((j. Mn. CltAWFOItb, one of the linn, may al?
wnvs lie found at the Stables, and lie hopes, by
jt cIum attention to business. to merit aud reecivu
t a liberal uliitre of public patronage.
tu The Stables will be provide J with BUGGY
ln. AND SADDLE HOUSES, to birc, togetherwith
every other accommodation usunlly of?.
. fered by a similar establishment. They have
also, COMMODIOUS LOTS for the neconiino-v
*'r" dation of STOCK DUl VEILS,, and will furnish,
f . them with provender, at living rated.
,,H EDMUND COHB.
iUy J. B. (JUAWTOUD. .
1r".'* Feb. 58. 1859 -13 tf.
. io i A.-WLJ*za-WLjamrjBrjm^9
' l" GEORGIl.
:i WM. E. WII EE LOCK,
bad Feb. 11. 1859 41 Sm .
Sf KEIIRISOX & LEIDIXG,
U','1 1M I'OHTKIIS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,1
it is j 'Wholesale and ltclail.
e ! 1IASEL STREET, (One door from King.,
, PB. j Cliarlestoii, S. C.
from E. L. ICERRISOX. | 11KKMAA Lbii/iAU
April 15, 1859, 50-12m
jtho NEW STYLE PftlNTS.
Colored K'&wiis unci Ciiuclianis,
ST&EL HOOP SKIRTS,
win BEASS AND STEEL SKIRT SPINGS,
ctjon Ladies and Misses Plats,
, and Summer Mantillas, t
And many oilier New (jomls just receive'*, and.
Il?lic, j0,. 4ft]u |ow (,y
1 e?re M. ISRAEL Jt JJRUSSEJL.
ve of Mrreli 15. 180?J 40
il'e *f- LIGHT FOR THE SUFFERING MILLION T
?from X>H. MARTIN'S
GREAT REMEDY, CURE FOIl
ironic Manner of Lung Diseases,
innier Shortness <>f Breath, Dyspepsia, UjieuUry.
o the Purely Vegetable.
Mont pleasant. drink the in world. One bottlo
ted by gi,oll|j j,e cnrried by every man, woman or.
safer, child, travelling in any country, to mix with
never tlivir wnlur to drink, IMee,
f exci- ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE-.
If it does not give entire satisfaction I wilt
lg this refund the money.
;r and Admikssks.?JOS. R. MARTIN, Inland of
a Bil- Cuba, or Capt. 1J. L. O ENTRY, my Agent,
s?l. ii j.
y, and Hamburg, S. C., nt SlUley ? comer, wi?.? *_?. ?_
won- K. K. Solomon.
April 1. 1859. 48 tfo
Invig- SIXTH KKGIMENT S. C. MILITIA.
t ORDERS, NO.?
JnHv T11? Vl'Per anl^ Lower Battalions corj>ve.
It V?x'"K. U?e 6vli Hegiiii?|iV iwfnu?ry, fcivuth
i'vi?_ Carftlin% Militia, will u*><eiul>le fpr l)rill and
le is re- ^eV'0W At their respective .V'liade Ground#,
i a com' Tl>e Upper Hnttaliv?n at Dr?V?'? Old Field,
lit of a on Saturday, Mie 7tJ\ Hay next.
The Lower Hataiion atClialfc Level an Sat*
urday 14th May next.
>ra, The commissioned and non-cammissloned offork.
fleer# will attend at eftch plt?c? thpday pfevieqn
by for drill and instruction.
Captain# commanding Beat Gompauies will
Ho. order out tbo Pioneers iu tlwir reepeotiv*
i Lieut* Col. J. W. Foosche and Maj. Millar an
charged with the extension of thU order,
, > throughout tbeir respective commands.
The Jooasa?e Band will attend ou? day afc
,TN. By order of Col. WM. CLIXKSCAfcES.
'miet* 4 K. mW&fi ? '
if April J 5, 1859, C(V-St, *