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Jb'ALL AND WINTER
? T Y XiSS*
tOolumtoia, S. C.,
near tut; iiUWVr 1'iarKCl)
' I^HE public arc invited to call and examine
JL my New Style Goods. My stock is complete
in Gentlemen's Fine Moleskins, Cassitnere's,
and Soft II^TS and CAl'd.
INFANT CiPS,~lIATS kC.
The above goods have been well selected and
'will be sold at moderate pr iocs.
First From iu m
Manufactured at Grnnitcville, S. C. This llat v
I can rfoummend to planters ajid others for n
their lin^ service and durability ^ f
Terms Cash. r
C. P. HEM SON, t
137 Richardson Street Columbia, S. C. *
1S5 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
"Sept. 30 tf
Of the Commissioners of Roads.
R. P. Buchanan, in account current tcil/t ,
'Gen'I Treasurer of Cotttmistiotiers of lio^'ls, Ac.
Sept. 6. Cash on hand, 158 79
Jan'y 7. Received from Gou'l Treasurer,
(j, Total, 58'2 79
4;? 1859. CR.
7 rr t>.* 1 tir? f ^ ? *
uau y I. jam ?? in. Dinilll, lot' JLil'lUge
mi John's Creek. 353 00
" " Wm. Smith for Bridge acro3s
Dry Crec'k, 67 25
" " G. W. Cronior for sign, 1 50 "1
" " G McCroiner, repari'g ''ridge
on Gully, 2 00 fi
" " 11. P. Buchanan, for Repiir o
on Bridge. 40 00
April 1. Level diijoozcr for Blnsting c
Rock, 7 50 |j
July 1. JameR Gilliam, for repairing c,
Bridges, 20 Of)
Secretary and Treasurer, 20 00 c,
To balance on hand, 71.54 7 1 54 v
.Tno. TI. Crius in aeconnt current with Gcu'l
Treaxitrer nf Commitsioncra of Jtoad*. Ac.
1859. I>R. I]
Balanc? on liand, at last lie- jy
i?ort, 132 38 11
Jan'y 3. Received of Gen'lTieasurcr, 5it5 75 n
April 4. " " " 075 00
May 21. " " " 50 00 p
Uov.27. Fai<l E. F. Parker, for IniiMing
Bridge, ] 32 00 *
Jmi'y 3. E. F. Parker, balance for the
Bridge. 427 02 ftl
" 11. 6. W. Preaslv for new Bridge, 'J'? 00
W?3' 5. W. K. Bradley, for new do., 5ci0 00 lt
** 28. E. F. Parker, lor rfpaira on
Bridge, 11 70
June B. W. K. Bradley, for new
Bridge, CO 24 ?
.May 2. W. T. Drennan for keeping
and repairing, BO 0U "
Commissions, 20 t?0 V"
By balance on hand, 40.2f, 40 27 ^
14-^3 13 F
W. W. Ferryman, in account current wilh
Gch'I Board of Commissioner* of Jioads from
Sep. 1858 to Sent. 1869. ..
1868 DR. "
Balance on hand, Sept. I, *58, 1752 27
Jan'y 1,Assessment made by the Boards. **
Upper Savannah Board, 1880 00 Jr
Lower " " 840 00 ^
Upper Saluda Board, C70.00
CIiA nh T
The LowerSaluda Board made no assessment .
for 1869. "
The Balance in this Report belongs to the w
Upper Savannah and Lower Saluda Board ex
eept about one hundred dollars, which bfflonps M
to the Lower Savannah ; also thirty eight dol- w
lars to be paid to the Preu for printing la-t
year's Report. Also, whatorer ttmouufc-the
two papers charge for this year's publication.
1859. CR. ?
Taid out Jo Sub-Treasurers. ?
Jan'y 7. Paid R. P: Buchanan, Tr'r., '424 00
" ?. Jno. H. Chiles, " 666 76 '
" 7. T. W.Smith,Seo"y, foi paper, 26
Feb. 8. Thoa. Baker, Treasurer, 216 00
" 17 " " 446 00
Aug. 1. M " " 795 00 ~
M'eh 7. Robt MoAdams, " 200 00 r
Jane 6, " " ?? 436 60 L
May 21, Jno. H. Cliiles, " 50 00
Ap 1 *, " ? 67 6 00
June 6, Capt Drennan for Repairs, 60 00
Way 2. Banner office for Publishing 9
Re north, 38 00 -5
M M f. W- Smith, 8ec'y, 10 00
To Balance, ? 1068 27
Vomir.psiOD, 169 60 4
6142 21 *'
Thete hu been, something over fourteen
thousand ($14,000,) dollar* expended by our
Board in ihl laet three years; besides the bal- i
? Apce on hand when ve came in office, which -ftjro
thousand dollars or more, received and
f>aid ontby the sab-treasurers. It will be eeen *p
tbtt.tberc has been over sixteen ttioueand dol- in
larS^Apendtxl for the nu of roads in this District:46eng
the three years just put. which
frot-JMBLsoaotasively that "the present Titers
eFVorkmg roads dooa not possess Iho
recomtteqdaiior) ol economy.
The abora rsport la respectfully submitted
to th? ia?$RHti?n of tha Honorable, Grand
Jury and citixsna of the District.
W. W. PEKRYMAN,
General Treasurer. m
8?pt. 7, I85*-Jt J
NOT I O^BIJ A
SINCE purchasing thoSTEAM MILL for- pi
tnerly owned by A. I* Gray, I bars re- al
JwirtdUn ?ogia? sod BoAaiw, and have th? ?
TU Grist ...
Alt offers i*m ItewHl fc^pmnpily at- w
***&: " TditeSL'
tyimbwv, 1319, n
"I T is indeed an all important question to km
-L ASSORTED and LOWEST PRICED GO
is at tlio
B. M. & S. A.
BOOTS, SHOES, USD
11AS0RS OF Til
At Very L.
In sliort, xvc hare everjthinc in a first Claps
cktio wtedgpd l>y those who hav? looked lliroui
een tins season. Besides, our (Joods wore selci
lorlinp and manufacturing houses in tlic North
ye keep (lie (roods and sell them at a small pro
nd the public. We willonly remaik that we
uir atid stro-glit?forward niat.n-ir, and we woul
A word to our Lnrce and Fat customers.?wc
o fit them in size?1 Lean si/.e, 7 Fat. We In
vliicli \ve will sell at low priccd. Call soon aru
SIGN OF THE CLOTHING !
B. M. & S. A.
Abbevliln, S. C? Oct. 7. 1859.
FMl. AND ttlMER. j
MOORE & QUAIFE,
IT7"OULD agnin ciU the attention of the i
T people to the largest and best selected
lock of DRY GOODS ever offered before in
ur town, and we do not hesitate to sny tlint we
an sell y-ni anj-thing in our line as cheap as yon
an buy it in any market for Hie cash, and a
(lie cheaper than yon can get tlieni in the tipnniitry.
We a.=W y??\i t ) examine for yourselves,
nd s-.e if what we say is not true, and if it is.
Dine nnd get your supplies for the winter. We
ill be happy to show you through, and pronjicto
please in style, quality, quantity and pricc.
DAMMMVa A Mil mwmam
MUUHt & yUAIhh
[nve now in store a very large stock of READY
[ADE CLOTHING, Huts and Caps. We have
?e Seamless Clothing, that ?ve will warrant
ot to rip. If jou want anything in this way
)mc and pee before you buy elst-where, as we
romise to save your money in Lit is department
d sell you good goods.
lave now in store the best stock of LADIES*
iRKSS GOODS ever sliown in onr fc>wn in
lEltlNOS, DeLANES, CIIA LUES. CASSIIEKES
and SILKS, all grades and a good
<ock of BLACK SILKS. Ladies would do wel1
> examine before getting their supplies.
fould invite the ladies to examine their stock
f CLOTH. CASSIMERE AND VELVET
LOAKS and SHAWLS, ns we have n very
irere stock of these poods now in store. We
ive n good assortment of Misses' and Ladies'
LATTS and BONNETS, HOOP SKIRTS in
rcry quantity and all prices.
1 r/-V ^ ??
MUUlttt & UUAllE
ave in store by far the best stock of DOMESIO
GOODS tli^y have offered :
BLEACHED and BROWN SHIRTINOS
LEACHED and BROWN SHEETINGS.
LEACHED and BROWN LINEN TABLE
AM ASK, a very large stock of KERSEYS and
LANKETS, a pood stock of fine BED BLANKETS,
DOILEYS and MATKINS, JANES.
WEEDS. SATINETS and CLOTHS?all
rices; WHITE and STAPLE OSNABURGS,
i e hiiuw we can nil your orders in this way
you will come and examine. We will lak?
leasure in showing any through our stock
ho want goods in this or any other departlent.
Our stock of CROCKERY and GLASS
I ARE is very large. Come and see it jf j-ou
ant anything in that way.
MOORE & QTJAIFE
Would just here mention that their terms and
ray of. doing business are the same as hereto?re:
w? intend to bland to the cash system,
e like it belter every day, and we think the
ablic do also, judging from the increase of our
MOORE ?fc QUAIFE.
Sept 80 1859, 22-tf
JARRIAGES & BUGGIES
IT TAYLOR'S FACTORY.
4 NEW lot just received of those fine Car"jL
riages and Baggies. All persona wishig
anything in the line will do well to give
e a call, aa I think I can sait almost any one
i the way of
Double or Single Seat
FOUR AND SIX SEAT
C108B OR OfBH COACHES, fcG.,
to quality and prica. My motto ia?"atnall
rofita and quick aa]as.r Therefore, eome on,
l^oa that want to rida. 1 caa rig. 70a oat
mum BUGfliBs, limn, pmrrlUAi
WHIPS. SAW CARRIAGES,
j^T A: lot of good Moo^d-karid work Jot
AND TAKE NOTICE.
yvr wlieic you can find tlio LARGEST, BEST
ODS. The very place to accomplish this objec
L consists of
E T BL35ffIXr ?!S,
E BEST MAKE,
Clothing and Furnisning Store. It has been
*h our stock tbnt it is the best stock they have
- ted wilh the greatest caro of the largest imcrn
market We trust it ii already* known that
fit. We need not say a gio it deal to our friends
shall continue to do business ns heretofore, in a
J invite you to call[and examine our stock before
have COATS, PANTS, VESTS and SIIIRTE
ive also a large lot of CIGARS aud TOBACCO
1 lay in your Winter supplies.
DEPOT, MARSHALL HOUSE!
A ft lkdl :
A. A. WILLIAMS
HAS just received tliis week large additions
to liis Extensive stock of
And is now prepared to fit aoy.4Sec in all the
latest and most desirable 8t\- ks of
COATS, PANTS, VESTS, AC.
His Stock of
SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, J)RA WERS,
HOSIERY AND CRA VATS,
Is very full and complete.
Will nWo be found i?l A. A. WILLIAMS',
a full nnd complete s'ock of
ALL THE NEWEST STYLES ROBES,
PLAIN AND PLAID CASHMERES,
DELAINES, RATLINS, GINGHAMS,
PRINTS, &.C., &.C.
Together with n full stock of
LADIES' AND MISSES'
1<U111-Id tfimrc iMGirnv IIAAIKI
iMLiuifl, onufio, iunmliu, nvur&,
CJlovos, den., Arc.
KERSEYS, SHIMS, SiiEETIXGS,
At the Lowttt Prices.
CI0TI1S, CASIMERES AND VESTIXGS
Of newest and most select FALL and WINTER
STYLES, of best French and English
A.. .A.. WILLIAMS
Takes pleasure in announcing to all desiring
anything in the way of lite above Goods, that
lie has taken particular paina in selecting the
best material and'most approved patterns, and
with coufidence would respectfully solicit an
examination of his stock.
A good stock of Trirapaings for same constantly
And if you want a HAT or CAP of any
kir.d whatever be sure and call'at A. A. WILLIAMS'
between Branch, Allen <fc Edwtrds
and II. S. Kerr a. [Sept. 80 tf
CONG Air EE
Formerly occupied by George Sinclair A Co.,
and now owned by
JOHN ALEXANDER & CO,,
Iron and Brass Pounders, 1
Foot of Ixtdij Street, and on the tide of the
COLTJKBIA, S. C. !
Cbiucse Sugar-Cane in HI# and
Pa 13ft, of all kind*.
THE above Cat is a Three Roller Vertical <
8agar Cane Mill,and i? a true represent*- <
tion of the one exhibited at the 8. C. Agrioul- 1
turaj Fair, and which took the first premium <
at the aforesaid exhibition. Premiums were
also taken by the una firm for Grist-Mill <
Irons, and for th? best Castings.
Iron and Brass Castings of all descriptions 1
made to order, and with diapatA. 8team Enginea,
Mill Clearing, BlaokatniUra Work, Wag- I
one, Ac., A*v made to order.
We have aleo pnrchaaed the right of WINTEE'S
PATENT HULAT SAW MILL, for
tbeBtate of South Carolina.
Having purchased the entire eetabliehment '
of Meaera. Sinclair A Co, inolndlng Patterns '
and everything appertaining thereto, we are
no# prepared to execute every deeeription of 1
work in ear line of bwineO, irith neatneee and i
diepateh. JOBW ALEXANDER, ]
? BOB*. McBOUOAL, t
Respectfully informs the citizen* of
Abbeville and vicinity that ho lins just
returned from the North, and is now opening
at the old stand of Israel <fe Brussel a very
large stock of
FALL AKD "WINTER
Which beats anything he has ever offered before,
as regards quantity, quality and price.
My Stock of Clothing consists in part as
Fine Black Broad-Cloth Coats.
Fine Black Busint-ss Coats.
Fine Colored Business Couts. i
Fine Moscow Beaver Overcoats.
Fine Broad-Cloth Overcoats.
Fine Lion Skin Overcoats.
Fine Peter Shaw Overcoats.
Fine Black Cloth Vests.
Fine Colored Cloth Yeats.
Fine Silk Velvet Vests.
Fine Silk Plush Vesta.
Fine Silk Vests.
Fine Black Satin Vests.
Fine Bl'k and Col'd Doeskin Pants.
A good variety in medium nnd common grades,
all of which will be sold cheaper than ever.
''Drop in nnd See the Big Assortment." ;
In Fanoy nnd Staple Dry Goods, such ns
Bleached and Brown Homespuns, Prints, (ring 1
linius, Double Skirt Delaine It?bes, Merino?,
Alpaeeas, Flannels, Blankets, Kentucky Jeans,
Casximers and Satinets, my assortment is verv
CLOAKS, SUA WL3, ?fc MANTILLA SIIAWLS.
Having bought these goods -for NETT CA^H ,
exclusively, L oan offer great bargains in this ]
| line to my former friends and customers. ,
HOOFS! HOOPS!! j
TI./? < T I ' '
.?<. wrui iiMcui x niin' ever nau-?-irom
three to thirty spring*. Also
the Gqm>of Fashion.
HATS THAT ARE HATS,
Of the following popular sty lea. viz: Ledger,
Morphv and l'ock?t Hats?Silk and Cassimere
Hals of the latest ttyle?Scotch Cloth Caps,
Silk Velvet Caps, and lots of other various
styles?all cheap for cash.
BOOTS AND SHOES, I
A full Assortment
And lots of other things for sale cheap hy
Sep. 30 22?It.
IS now receiving his FALL AND WINTER
STOCK, consisting of
STAPLE AND FANCY
A/Al >ML UUUJs
Elegant Styles of
SILKS, DELATES, CASS11IERES,
ROBES A JUPE, SARAGOSSA, 1
1BV STILE OF SHAWLS,
Gauntlets, Gloves, Ribbons and Trimmings,
HOOP SKIRTS, '
FROM 37* CENTS UP. r
READY-MADE CLOTHING j
FOR ME& BOYS AND CHILDREN.
Cloth, Cashmere, Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans,
Bonnets, Hats, Caps, Ac., Ac. Boots,
Brogans, Gaiter, Slippers,
and Children's Shoes.
3VBGHIO BROOASTm, "
CARPETINGS AND RUGS,
And of all other articles generally kept by
him, a full and large assortment, at prices
which will compare favorably with Columbia, t
Augusta, and Charleston Retail Trices.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
I have made arrangement* with my Houses to
receive the Jatest stvle of cood* Viv ?r?m
M. STRAUSS. I
" Sep. 80 22?3m.
THE ASSEMBLY HOUSE, ]
One Square West of ilie Post Office. j
OOIjUSSBIA, s. o. ti
THIS well known Establishment has been j,
thoroughly re-fitted and improved, and 0
is now permanently opened for the accommoda- il
lion of the public. Every attention will be b
given to supply the wanta and comfort of Pa- C
Irons. fjy-Ratea Moderate. 8
O. T. MASON, -Proprietor. tl
Sept 80, 1859 22 8m. tl
THE subscriber will pay the above reward -|
for the apprehension of a transient per- j
ton who lately atopped in our Village calling c|
James Leverett, *
sod for the delivery of a
Which vii STOLEN by tha said Leverett on ~~
the night of Wednesday, the Slat of September.
The said Leverett is about five feet aix or
seven inches high, stout made, brown hair and
syes, wore a drab felt hat, and snuff colored p
pante, is about &9 yean of age, and ealls himMlf
a plasterer. __ s<
me ?nim*i stolen ta A UK AY HOUSE ni
tbonlia jeindd, paeaa *lowJp,U ?hod on the
fore feet, and bad on, when stolen, a qnilted a|
Saddla, with a knot in on* of tin Stirrup it
Leather*, also * tingle rein bridle, And Martingale
with black Ring*.
W. W. RUSSELL.
Abbeville, S. C., Sfjpt. 98, 18611,21, tf
ESTBAY asrOTIOB. ?
TILLED before me. by Jobs Chandler, one ai
X SORtJFJj MARE, with whit* leg* and g
alaaed faa*jroppo**d to fcefifteeoy**r* of ago,
ind apprawed at Twen+yfiva dollar* by Jama* B#
liagiH, rB. nik.udi r.lWMI- The H
Mara can b? foaad at Jafee Cluwllir*, two R
Uttaar wart of the Uta^Caaag^^..
I ; ??/.. f "
J* . . -i_
DOUBLE CYLINDER GIN.
CLEMONS, BROWN & CO-,
TnE Subscriber is npont for the sale of
CLEMONS, BROWN A CO'S superior
The attention of Farmers and riantors in reppectfully
directed to the superior workmanship
of these Gin*, combining speed, light draught,
and durability in the highest decree. W? call
attention to the following certificates;
Columbus, Gko., Oct. 80, 18(58.
Messrs. Clkmons, Brown & Co.?Gentlemen:
?The Double Cylinder Gin, which I purchased
of you in the beginning of the present cotton
season, has porfornied admirably ever since it
was put in motion. I have ginned more than
one hundred bales of cotton, and have an yet
Been no objection to it's performance. It cleans
tho seed well, motes well and turns out a good
sample of cotton. My Gin has ninety saws, as
you are aware, and 1 have ginned eight and a
half. (8j) bnles of cotton weighing 600 lbs. during
the day. The cotton was damp when this
was done, and Bince then. I have mnnpil liv
peace-iuenl. I think I can gin ten bales per
<lny when the col ton is in good condition.?
Thus far I'am satisfied with the Gin in every
J. C. COOK.
Messrs. W. G. Ci.kmons, Brown <fc Co.?
DenrSirs : Tlic Double Cylinder 50 saw (Jin I
purchased of you Inst fall performs admirably,
It pleases rne better than any Gin I have ever
seen, nnd I deem it a great improvement on
the Single Cylinder Gin.
I believe my (Sin (CO saws.) pulls my team
no harder than the old style 60 saw (Jin. It
picks faster and makes a superior sample. I
would prefer paying double price for it to
working the Single Cylinder.
Columbus, Ga., 0th March, 1850.
M. C. WALDLAW.
The limits of an advertisement will not admit
of a detailed description of this invention
Tor further particulars &pply to the subscriber
?t Abbeville C. II. Ho is prepared lo furnish
planters with either the Single or Double Cylinder
Cotton Gin, and respectfully solicits criers
for the same.
SAM L. G. COTIIRAN, Ag't
Si?r>t- !tn IRr.n am
FALL AND ~WINTET>
CLAYTON & KENNADY
A VERY LARGE
"Well Selected Stock
MOTS AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Hats, Caps, Valises, Trunks,
UAJU'ET 15AGS, &C.,
A FIRST RATE ASSORTMENT OF
Shirts, Drawers, Collars, Stocks, Cravats,
Gloves, Suspenders, and other
LV GREAT VARIETY.
Wo tiro prepared to sell on the
MOST ACCOMMODATING TERMS.
Vnd invite our friends and customers generally
.0 call and exumineour Stock at our old stand,
No. 173 Broad Steet,
Under the A ugutta Hotel.
CLAYTON ?fc KENNADY.
September 21, 186H, 3m
TO TIIE CITIZENS OF ABBEVILLE.
[TAKE this opportunity of returning mj*
sincere thanks to tlio citizens of Abbe'ille
ond Edgefield, for their liberal patronage,
tnd sincc a return of my health, I would most
eapectiuiiy solicit a continuance of the same,
will at all times be found in my rooms at
ireenwood Depot. Those desiring my services
rill always find me ready to give them com
tlete satisfaction. My motto being?no satisaction
J. D. McKELLAR, Denti?t.
Greeuwood, S. C.
Sept. 23, 1859, 21-tf
Jeans and Kerseys.
TU8T received a full supply of these well
f known durable goods at
GRAY Jt ROBERTSON'S.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
5y WILLIAM HILL, Esq., Ordinary of Abbe- <
t^THEREAS, John G. Boozer, has applied
y T to me for Letters of Administration, on
II and eingulnr the goods and chattels, rights '
nd credits of Tarleton P. Moacly, late ot the
)i?trict aforeasid, deceased.
These are. tiierefore, to cite and admonish <
11 and singular, the kindred and creditors of
he said deceased, to be and appear b* fore me,*&
t our next Ordinary's Court for the said Dis- 4
riot, to he holden at Abbeville Court House,
n the 80th of September inBtant to show cause, <
f any why the said administration sliould not 1
e granted. k <
Siven under my hand and seal, this 15th day of <
eptember. inst, in the year of our Lord one ?
knna A ml AinKf J ? J ^ ? -? ? - ?
..wH??.uU ?<5u? huiiuivu oiiu uiwy-iiiu*j, idu in
be 84th year of American Independence. ,
WILLIAM HILL, O. A. D. )
Sept 80, 1929 22 2L
BELTING! BELTIHGI I !
FOR GIN BANDS, forsaleatthe Depot in i
this plaoe, a lot of superior Gntta Perha
Belting 4, 0 and 8 inches in width. This i
elting w ill be sold at first cost, end persona
dshing such would do well to call soon. t
D. R. BONDLEY, . Y
Agent G. 4 O. B. B. a
Notice. ? J
rHE notes and accounts of HENRY S. KEER
are in my hands for collection. 0
All amounts under Twenty Dollar* most be
aid by the 18th of Oct., 1869.
All amount* over Twenty Poller*, meet be ittled
by the let MONDAY m NOVEMBER
Erery account net eettled h/.tlw tfcaerebore
^eeified will be sued oo, without *oy dUcrim- ~
>ation m to peraone. '
j, a calhoun. Attv.
AbbarOfeO. H., Sept. SO, 1*&9 23 St.
Notice t? Hotue-Baildert. J
^BALSD progOMl will be r*&eived to build * f,
5 PRESBYtEJRIAg, CHUBfiH it Ninety J
ix Depot, & A a the 18th OCTO- *
ir, Greenwood ; Poet Offle*. tt AWwrUle O.
Rot. John Willi*wv Cok#?bary ^Prat* <fc u
GRAY & ROBERTSON
HAVEI INT <3 W
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED (
IN THIS MARKET.
EMBRACING ALL TIIE
NOVEITIES OF THE SEASON.
Sept 23, 1859, 21-tf
A. A. WILLIAMS
HAS NOW ON EXHIBITION
Ilis Immense Stock of
FALL AM) WINTER GOODS,
Comprising every variety of
FANCY AND STAPLE
Ladles Dress Goods
In great variety.
The Largest Stock in any up-country Clothing
BOOTS. SHOES, (Large Stock,)
STATK Xr f!4 PR
SEGARS & TOBACCO,
From lowest to finest grades.
.nd other kinds of Goods kept by first-class \
These Goods were boUi'!,>, ot Great Bargains
nnd will' lie sold at prices 1 >> puit the times.
Call and examine for yourselves?Goods
shown with pleasure, and sold at Bargains.
Particular inducements to cash purchasers.
A. A. WILLIAMS,
Abbeville C. H., S. C.
Fall of 1859. ]
Sept. 23. 21?if
^V"t Roduoed. X*rioos. *
AS Agent for the sale oPI. M. SINGER ?fc
Co '6 Celebrated Sewing Machine, I am I
authorised to advertise a reduction in their 4
prices for this machine, such as No. 1, 2 and 3. 4
Therefore such machines as are used by plan- 4
tern, and are suitable for all kinds of-work, and 4
the same machines that I have been selling fur |
$115.00,1 take pleasure in saying that I can
now deliver at $95.00?other Bizes in proportion.
Theee machines give universal satisfaction.
They prove for themselves what they are represented.
To those that are in want of a Sewing
Machine that will do, I refer to any one that
has one of I. M. Singer & Co.'s, as I am satis
fied that any one who has one of these machines
will not hesitate to pronounce them superior
to any other.
I am prepared to furnish the above machine
at the REDUCED PRICES, at short notice.
F J. TAYLOR.
A Ul :ll- a ? 1 ~ n
?UUCf IIIC, OCj>U 2Z, iOO\Jf ii'w -ttl
Australia, Pike's Peak,
and Dorn'e Gold
May all in the courte of time cease to yield their
rich treasure to men, but to (pug at the
8learrtboat? and Railroadt keep
in running condition |
APPLETON & R. M. FERRYMAN ;
WILL continue to add to their fine nnortmcnt
of Fall Goods (in a?at>on.)
We are now receiving one of the best etock? ^
sver offered to the trade of thin community. ? ? ?
Our stock of I>RY GOODS embraces'iiil tne ^
lQveltiea of the season as well at such Staple g
Lioodsas our study old planters like to see. i_
Our Block of fcHOfif? will Bp full and Ihe ,c
]unlity A No. 1 Our HATS are do. GROCE- #.
HIES are.Choicn. DRU&3 are never good ; but _
>ura are pure fresh and" unadulterated; our fJLOTHINO
heavy, warm and lo.w priced. M
ire will not day much about, for it is always er
\ard warcf with us. We keep YANKEE NO- E:
riONSj and that means a lifrle of everything.
We <Hir wH itey as many other* that #e will ifc:
*11 cheaper than any, but we think the price* of in;
>ur goods will c6mpare favorably with any other
tock this side of CfiaWeatoh.
Our DRY GOODS are Nets and 1+ith, ad We Ej
old oifC oOV entire Aock this Summer.
To our old patrons We tender our tTianks fcr
be literal support they hate giv . n us, and we
:op4 br *!?? afteat&n to' bu?iu?atf, to ntaril ?
i for portfea of their trade this fill? we #ill J|
aka great ple&snro in showing our old patrons
and aa many <Vnea ui mAy feel disposed^
om?) throujh our atoek. . I
We mlgo hare on band large stock of tA6> ,
HNO, BOPE.TWINBandfleertptae Shingtw.
APPLETON A R.M.PERRYMAN.
New Uvluti B. C-, Sept. 18, 1899 21?4t
NOTICE*, ?*? >
A PPL'iCATION be mode ?jT the neat
TjL session of the Legislature fair * charter f
f the Abberrile District Agriualrthd Society. 1
Aogusfe. 2a, 1869-8m. ' j*
v*, / *- St
a PPLIOATION win to ate Ug?
tare at' iU next settihg for. an amendment R<
f the Charter of tb? Th|o?ogic?l Seminary of N'
be Synod of South Cmwoi na Georgia, lt> wi
sted \ ?
gept, HI, WMMfcy- t _
NQkIo& . V 1*
Notice ie hereby AbOm* ?mHmKm VR, M
e made to the ?ext I4J^ataof<>f * charter ?
f the Perry over EpKBttAW'Wvetv'lMWW*
NEW COOPS." I
WIGR & LITEM j
ARE NOW receiving a very large and well
selected Stock of FALL nod WINTER
GlOODS, euited for lite Season.
Our Stock consists of Southern and Columbia
E*1 alna, BLormoya, d)o.f
We are Agents for the Salem (North Carolina)
Plains and Janes,
and will have a very largo supply shortly.
in great varieties, such as
Black and Colored Silks, English
and French DeLanes,
English and French Merinos,
Plaid and Solid Colors,
? rencn JUeJLanes, Robes, the
Embroderies, Laces, &c.
A splendid assortments of White Goods,
I.inenst Muslin Collars, CHoseries,
in Great Varieties,
from 4 to $30.
We have tlie largest Block of
ve linve ever Imd, of the very latest styles, and
it very low priceB.
HATS AND CAPS.
Ve have all the newest styles of HATS AND
JAPS, and the largest stock we have ever had.
A very Large Stock, and ai
very Low Prices.
We are not in tfce linhit of boarting about
heap goods, but we Will say ih'w much, give us a
rial and if we cauuot sell you, it will be your
uult and not ours.
Our motto is, " quick sales and small profita."
W1EK at L.YTHGOK
Sept. 14, 1859 21 t
GEORGIA STATE LOTTERY,
For the benefit of the
ffONTICELLO UNION ACADEMY
OF JASPER COUNTY.wG'A.
Authorize'* by Special Act of the Legislature.
23828 Prizes. /
More than ONE PRIZE to tvtrij TvxJ
ll'KINIIfEY &Co., Manager*
wiioie Tickets 910, Halves ?5,
ro be Drawn each Saturday
In OctolDer, 1859.;
IN TI1E CITY OF
3AV.A.JJTVA TT, GH30.
Class 39, to be drawn Oct* 1,1859
Class 40 to be drawn Oct. 8, 1859
Class 31 to bo drawn Oc?. 15, 1859
Class 24 to be drawn 0< t aa, 1859
Class 43 to be drawn Oct. 29,1859
l'rize of $60,000 is f60,000
1 ' 20,000 is" 30,000
I 10,006 fa 10,000
1 " 6,000 is 6,000
1 " 4,000 is 4,000'
I " 3,000 IB 3.00(7
1 " 1,500 it 1,500
1 1,100 is 1,100'
5 T.000 ani 6,000'
10 " 800 6,000"
2 " 400 are 800'
8 14 800 are 60tf
2 " 200 are 400
50 " 150 are f.600'
100 " 100 are 1(VOOO
100 " 45 ard 9,600'
100 85 are d^Otf
4 Prizes $200 App'g to $60,000 prize are $800*
4 " 150 ' 20,000 " 600'
4 " 125 " 1*0,000' 600'
4 " 100 ' 5,600' " 400
8 " 80 " 4,000 " 640
8 " .60 " 3,000... * 480
8 " 60 " 2,000 400
8 " 40 " 1,600 " 820
00 " 20 ? 100 " 8,000
6,000" 8 200.000
6,828 Prizes amounting ?0 $866,040
Certificates of packages wilt be sold at
*ie following rates, which is the risk.- ,
Certificate of Packages of 10 Whole TicWta $60'
10 fialf 80
M. ? ' yo Quartet1 " fff
. . 10 Eighth! , 7.60'
.In ordering Tickets or Cerlifioiites', ^iVdlose
le moncy to our address for the tickets order1
__ _ - T a # _i? \ Mm ?.!!! ? A
l, on receipt 01 wnicn ?iey -wm oe tot warn dj
rat mail. Purchasers can have tickets ending
i any figure they may designate
Notice to eorrefpondenta.-^ThoHe' v^ho nreV
not sending money 6y mail, can u?e the Exresa
companies, Whereby money for Ticket*,
r slims of Ten Dollart aiid upwards, can be
int us at f. .r risk ana expense, from any city
>t!oi?n Where'thgre ia an Expreak Offite. The
oney and ordof ntartbfc enclosed in a Govnment
Post Office Stamped Envelope, or tho
roress Companies cannot receive them.
The list of . drawn number*'afid' prises will b?
nt to pqrehkuei>a imnVediately after the dra**g
All ebmumiiations strictly confidential.
Order* for Tioketa or Qgrtifi^aCea, by Mail or
ipres*, t6 b? directed fa '
M"KINNEY * CO,
ApiH 15, *'
i the Matter of the Ro?d E#taW
OV ROBERT KHITHyDec'dc
tUk o# OoMh dtroIUa.ABBBVILL&
?n*li*Boyft and #lfo; Jfo/t f ...
i ft*' | Dtft&d&QUi'
If. 8. Smith, it HI I
*? tfpn?ftridg to my Mtit faction thai Jsoim'
. Smith, And Itaae Smithy tw?ef tha Dafta
fthfc oao, mida beyond the limit* of ftbi*1
It is therefor* orJ?r*<3 lh?t-th?y do sropW
* to th. ?d. of the ?eal ??toU of
jJxrt Smiib, <lec'<f, on before the lUth' of
Dftfflt#mxtf of tftehr MtaMttt to* th? pan
AtgrnlM. IflW I* : * * *'