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COLUMBIA, S. C. A
THE SuWcribers, having been appointed
Genernl Agents for the Southern States
for iht'tale of
TAYGART ?fc FAUR'S DOUBLE THREAD
sowing direct from the Spools, and making a '
trong, durable stitch which cannot be unravelled,
?nA sewing ou the thinnest and heaviest
fabrics with equal facility. These machines,
for impliwity and durability, cannot be surpassed.
They hare taken the first premium at
five of the County Fairs in I'ennsj'lvania and !
New Jerney. over Hie high-priced Machines of 1
Singer ana oilier manufacture. Tho low pricc |
at which these Maohines are offered puts them j
within the reach of every one. Price from i
H40 to f 45. Parties wanting agencies for these 1
Machines wilt please apply to us, as we arc pre- j
pared to s?ll them at remunerating rates to i
those desirous of engaging in ill is business. 1
We are aI?o agents fur Slout's Lock-Stitch I
Machine, ana the Kurekn Shuttle Sewing Ma
chin?a. Prices ranging from (150 and upwards,
all of which aire Unit quality Machines.
FISHER ? AG NEW, A Co.
Columbia, S. C. Oct 21?25
STATE If,Mil,THRU SMICTY !
VUilH UVV1UI 1 I
Of South Carolina, will be Hold at'
Columbia, on the 8th, 9th and
10th of November, 1859.
Tlin Executive Committee oftlic State Agricultural
Society of South Carolina, beg
leave to call the attention of the citizen* of
South Carolina, and the Southern Stales, "to their
approaching Annual Festival. The Pra- .
mium List is a very comprehensive one, and
Premiuma will be awarded on every artiele of j
merit coining within the range of the Agricul- |
tural. Horticultural and Mechanical Depart- \
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no ?ru ub tne rinc Aria, Ladies" Fane}* I
Work, nnd Domestic Economy.
In oililition to the large and admirably ar- |
ranged Ilallsfor the Accommodation of Exliib- i
itors, the Committee lift* made other very im- !
portant improvements, which will add much to !
tlio enjoyment of rifitors.
A SPACIOUS AMPHITHEATRE
Will atso be in readinef*, to sent some thou-1
sands, and add to the interest of the Exhibition, j
The track for the exercise and display of "fast :
trotter*" hat been put in order, and the trot.
vcn tretuy on nanil promise something exoitiDR.
Visitors will be pasted over all tlie Railroada ,
in the Slate, during the week of exhibition, j
for one fare. All nrticles and animals, intruded .
tzprtttly for exhibition, will be pnseed at the
owners risk, overall the Railronds in South Car- j
olina without charge, except the South Caroli- j.
na Railroad, aud Clieraw and Darlington , ?
Road*, who will demand one-half freight.? j ?
Visitors should take the precaution to procure i
Return Tickets when thev tm?? ?!??; . r..?~ ?- i
,..J ... iw
avoid embarrassment and delay Exhibitor*
willftleaae give Ihe Railroad Officers timely
notice of 10011 (tnimal? and article* a* they may*
with transported, as well a* the time and*|>oint ;
of d?Hr?ry. I
A. P. CALHOUN, 1 *
H. HA11LKE, - 1 "
D. W. HAY, i w
0. r. J" niutiiALlj,
J. A. METIS.
W. R. ROBERTSON,
It. J. GAGE,
October 14, 1S5&, 24, 4t j _
18 n?'V r*c?iring his FALL AND WINTER *1
STOCK, vousintiug of
, STAPLE AltO FANCY I
"Elegant Styles of
MSS GOODS. |
SILKS, DELAINES, CASSIMEKES, js
nowtiJ A JUPE, SAUAG03SA, ! J?
mvrftnoyjoan rmw, of
'(Eft STYLE (IF SHAMS, j_
GauntlrU, Gloves, llibbons find Trimming*, |
HOOP SKIRTS, j T
FROM rft CE&lfe UP. !
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inn iwwg :
? WW MIKSigGSS AND CHILDREN.
Kentucky Jhm. j t><
*-r-li- 1 and Ctill<}r?i>'s SIiom.
At*IM!l3S?n fl*;*?*$^ ';
Vi-CALL ANI) EXAMINE. . _ oil
I harem*** ftrrmgmwot* wit* rf Boom* to ' Z.
???re the lH?t?yU ?( gwdi by fx;y
V?5?ai-iLiuA Tjy M-mxwm; *
TT Si Jl*P. ..
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FALL AND WINTER"
^HATS AND CAPS
Columbia, S. O.,
Near the Lower Market,
TIIE public are invited to call and examine
my New Style Good#. My stock 11 com- i
plctc in Gentlemen's Fine Moleskin*, Cassi- ,
mere's, and Soft HATS and CATS. i
CAPS, HATS LC. ,
Hie above goods have been well selected and J
will be sold at moderate pricct.
JOHN WOOLY'S !
First Fremlimri, )
Manufactured at Granitevillf, SL C. This Hat
[ can reoommend to plantora and other* for
Iheir lonpr aorTice and durability.
C. P. REM SEN.
137 Richardson Street Colombia, 8. C.
133 Broad Street, Augusta, Oa. (
Sept. 30 tf
FALL AND WINTER "
CLAYTON & KENNADY
-A. XI E
A VERT LARGE a
"Well Selected Rf-or^lr
MEn AND BOYS' CLOTHING, i
Hats, Cap*, Valises, Trunks, r<
CARPET BAGS, &C.,
A FIRST RATE ASSORTMENT OF
hirts, Drawers, Collars, Moeki, Cravats, 1
Gloves,. Suspenders, and other
IN GREAT VARIETY.
We are prepared to tell on the
HOST ACCOMMODATING TERMS.
Ltul invite our friends and customers generally ?
> call and examine our Stock ato'nr old stand,
Xo. 173 Broad Steet,
Under the A no tut a Hotel,
CLAYTON * KENNADf. .
September 21, 1869, 8m
State Agricultural Fair. th
Siteiiktendext's Office, G. <k C. R. R.
Columbia, Oct, 10 1369. on
[7I8ITORS to the State Agricultural Fair, to
v be lield at Columbia commencing on
uesday 8th November next, will bis passed
rer tbTs Road for one fare. ?
On Monda}*, Tuesday and Wednesday, return
icket* will b? given, good for any day to, and
eluding, Saturday 12tl? November.
And stock and all article* intended forexhibi
on will be transported at the owner* ri*k free ||
r charge. For tiiia purpose, a special train |l
ill leave Greenville on Saturday November
. fi o'clock A. M. Persons wishing to avail
emselves of tbia privilege are reminded of the
Kessit}' of giving notice, at leatt ten day* bereband,
of the quantity and character of the
i>ck to be shipped. \
Attendants travelling with the stock will be *
peeled to pay one fare. Agents alonf the P*
ie will be notifi*il nf ?! ? "f *u- -?:?* *"
the ttock train at their station*. Up freight ^
ill be charged on all articles purchased at the Be
Not more than one bale of Cotton to each do
anter will be allowed on the above conditions. 'ot
E. F. RAWOBTIT, wi
Oct. 14 24 4t. I
HE ASSEMBLY HOUSE.
One Square Wett yf the Poet Office, -a
i^iiia wall known Eatafclisliaient hi* (Men
L thoroughly re fitted and improved, sad
now permanently opened, fcr the aecotnmoda- "T.
>n of the pnblie. Every attention will be
rdn to supply the want* and cdttfcirt of Pa.
mi. grmtB Modem*. ...
rv G. T. MA80K, Pfopr fetor.
3ept SO, -ISM 32 3m. o
I,4ND FOR 8'AJ/E. Ij
"*HE subscriber offers far sale all hfrLtode,
U.. COUU.TI.IUg V
. w, ,*;"i
term. Ttraatotetfi* iHBhi ?
** *u U>g*iber, to Mtii psMk* ( .
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IRON ' WOXISB,
Formerly occupied by George Sinclair 4 Co.,
and now owhcd by
JOHN ALEXANDER & CO.,
Iron and Brass Founders,
Foot of Lady Street, and on the tide of the
Gremvill* Railroad, s
COLUMBIA, S. 0.
Chinese Sugar-cane mills and
Pan*, of all kiuds.
THE above Cut is a Three Roller Vertical
Sugar C?ne Mill, and is a time representaIron
of the one exhibited at the S. C. Agricultural
Fair, and which took the first premium
at the aforesaid exhibition. Premiums were
also taken by the same firm for Grist?Mill
itons, and for the beat Castings.
Iron and Brass Castings of all descriptions
made to order, and with dispatch. Steam Engines,
Mill Gearing, Blacksmith's Work, Wagons,
Ac., <ta. made to order.
W? have also purchased the right of WINTER'S
PATENT MULAY SAW MILL, for
lucomc oi oouui Carolina.
Having purchased the entire establishment
>f Messrs. Sinclair ?fc Co, including Patterns
ind everything appertaining thereto, we are
low prepared to execute every description of
prork in our line of busine?s, with neatness and
Sept. 30,1859, 22-12m.
POIILLIAN, JENNINGS & CO.,
CONTINUE the sale of Cotton and other
L7 produce ia their. Ntw Fireproof Wareoiue,
Corner Jackson A. Reynold* fits.
1ST Cub advance* made when de?ird.
THOMAS J. JENNINGS,
8ept. 8, 1859-19-tf.
?nx*x*nrFXXiz?. a> oo.,
HAMBURG, S- CJ..
[*7 OULD respectfully invfi te he nltenl??fc
? f tion of the public to ytheir Urge
ipJenlahed stock of
PAINTS, YARNISIIES, DIE STIFFS, OILS,
Glass, Brushes, Soaps,
? IE RFUMERY, |
Potashes, Spices, Cosmetics, \
FANCY GOODS, AO. 1
Their recent purchases in New York, select- I
I by one of the firm with the greatest care as |
qality, enables them to offer iheir Goods at
on n? iow as any similar establishment in I <
e Sooth. 1 <
The public are respectfully invited to call i
id exsmine for themselves. <
Catalogues of Goods sold by them furnished 1
i application to
A. J. PELLETIER A CO.,
Druggists, Hamburg, 8. C. >
Aug. 19,1850, 10, 8m#
OOD NEWS TO MARRIED PEOPLE I
H. Hi PRATHER,
AND DEALER IN FURNITURE, t
HOHBA PATH, 8.
VOULD respectfully inform the poblio 1<
that he has always on hand, and is pre- ^
red to make to order, all kinds of Cabinet
irniture, such as, DRESSING BUREAUS,
ARDROBES, WASHSTANDS, COTTAGE
1DSTEADS, TABLES, COFFINS, Ac. \
Persons wishing anything ii his line would tl
?.M tr. a.ti ?j --- 1' ?
?... ? ?ii> miu Mwiiiiio mi wort, dm t
? experience in the buiinew at tbo North
insure satisfaction. s<
Work delivered at the Depot fret of thargt. e
Sept. 16, 1859# 20-am?. p
; JOHN OORBETT, ?<
zoim yAcaw ii mi 8
Grainor, Mar bier, Pap?r Hanger tad g
1-' 8ION" WHITER.
Abbeville 0. K., Booth Carolina
W?io!??aJ^ Dtalew In V 1
UlEMIflAW. PainU, Oil*. VwrskhM, Wi?
iU djw GIm?, Deote) fcnd Sorbitol lo?km>
dU, jPerffcmerji and F?n?y Artie lea. j>
-- punnn ?oui,
iai? <w vJuKsV9tA? ?W> . . . "I
? BUXITUEM'W iMtfWif. ' 2
Igjftfi 1111 ;
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DR. S. IIENRY BEARD
Graduate of the Baltimore College of
HAS permanently located at Abbe Till* C
11., and solicit* a share of public patronage.
Teeth inserted from one to foil upper
and lower seta. Exposed nerves destroyed and
treated, free from Dain. Hnvinir nnrnK>???<l ?
office Right of Dr. Blandly, of Baltimore, 1
am prepared to insert teeth on the Cheoplaatic
Office over Brancb, Allen Sc Edward's
-A."fc?TooTrillo, m. O.
May, 20, 1859, 8-tf
! georgia mm
... For the benefit of thfc1
M0NTICEIL0 UNION ACADEMY
OF JASI'ER COUNTY. GA.
Authorize<* by Special Act of the Legislature. j
More than ONE PRIZE to cv*ru Tim 1
BI'KINrVEY & Co., Manager* <
CAPITAL PRIZE !
Whole Tickets flO, Halves |9, <
Quarters ?3,SO. !
To be Drawn each Saturday 1
In October, 1859. *
IN THE CITY OF .
S^TT-^KTMr^a, C3KEJO. I
29, Is be drawn Oct. 1,1859
Class 40 to bed rawu Oct. 8, 1859
Class 31 to be drawn Oct. 15,1859
Class 34 to be drawn Oct. 33,1859
Class 43 to be drawu Oct. 39,1859
1- Pnxe of $60,000 is $60,000 R
1 " 20,000 is 20,000 (
I ,4 10,000 is 10,000 ?
1 " 6,000 is 6,000 c
1 " 4,000 is 4,000
1 " 3,000 is 3.000
1 " 1,600 ie 1,500
1 " 1,100 is 1,100 v
6 ' 1,000 are 6,000 i
10 " 600 are 6,000 "
2 " 400 are 800 ?
2 " 300 are 600 d
* * <s<> nre 4UU I1
60 " 160nre J,600
100 " 100 are 10,000 w
100 " 95 nre 9,600
100 " 86 are 8,600 I
4 Prirea $200 App'g to $00,000 prize are $800
4 " 160 ' 20,000 " 600 y
4 126 " 10,000 " 600 J
4 " 100 6,000 " 400
8 " 80 " 4,000 " 640 n
8 " 60 " 8,000 ? 480
8 " 60 " 2,000 ? 400 J
8 " 40 " 1,600 " 320 ?
400 20 ' 100 " 8.000 !!
15,000" S " 200.000 w
25,828 Prizes amounting to $306,040
Certificates of packages will be gold at
the following rates, which is the risk: '
Certificate of Packages of 10 Whole Tickets $60
10 Half " SO f'
" 10 Quarter " 15
" 10 Eighth " 7.50
In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose
the money to our address for the tickets order- [.
so, on receipt o! winch they will he forward by g(
first mail. Purchasers can have tickets ending g(
n any figure tliey may designate.
Notice to correspondents.?'Those who pre- ^
rer Dot sending money by mail, can use the Ex- w
press companies, wheieby money for Tickets, j
n sums of Ten Dollars and upwards, Can be
lent us *t our rinlf ond f- ^
>r town where there is an Express Office. The
nnney and order murt be enclosed in a Govirnment
Tost Office Stamped Envelope, or the
ixpress Compsniea cannot reccive them.
The listof drawn numbers and prizes will be tl
?nt to purchaser*-immediately after the draw- b
All commanieations strictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates, by Mail or
Express, to be directed to
il'KINNEY A CO..
April 15v1859, 60-12m
$25 REWARRD. ~
- '" Pi
rHK subscriber will pAy the above reward Qt
for the apprehension of a transient peron
who lately stopped in oar Village calling
ranges Leverett, ye
iad for the delivery of a
Vhich was STOLEN by the said Leverett on re,
lie night of Wednesday, the 21st of Septem- pi,
er. inst. <
The said Levsrettis about five feet, six or (ja
sven inches high, atoat made, brown hair and nH
yes, wora drab felt hat, and aquflT colored ?
ants, is ?bout 23 years of age, and calls him,11.'
'i, w jnilllUIOM
The aoinj*l stolen is A GRAY HORSE v,
boot 13 y?iiw?M, paces slowly, is shod on the eT.
>re feet, and had on, when stolen, qnilted art
addle, with a knot in one of th? Stirrup tj|(
?alhers, also a single rein bridle, and martin- ?i?
ale with blaok Kings. ga
W. VT. ftUSSELL. ""
AbbariUy R C., ftept 186% 21, tf f? wb
r.l. 6US5, |
OVr/^nOdciAn m/x n v L. '( c tor
ouvbMOUA IV XV. 1M MIAN, Q|,
ax? *'0 Do,
STATIOWER, . (m ,
COLUMBIA, S. C?
I - -f- - -?
"I ? i. , J" .r?TmmoT^teov ?f
-X Medieal, Theological, School and Mi???ldoom
Cheap Pablica- J
t?n? and Blank Books of every description, 1
id ArtltU Mn^riila fllnlua l
.. ..J?- R3H^JX', ^
'M#My i?. WfT.. v-ti 1 t
WORN BY KINGS OR EMPERORS.
Wbatt Why a Beautiful Head of Hair.
BECAUSE it is the ornament God Himttlf
jjbrovided for all our race. Reader, although
the rose may bloom ever eo brightly in
the glowing cheek, the eye be ever so sparkling
the teeth be those of pearls, if the head is bereft
of its coveriug. or the hair be snarled and shriveled,
harsh and dry, or. worse still, if sprinkled
with gray, nature will lose more thau half her
eharins. Prot Wood's Hair Restorative, if used
two or three times a week, will restore and permanently
secure to all such au ornament Read
the f 'lowing and judge. " The writer of the first
is the clebrated I'ianitl, Thalberg:
New York, April 19, 1858,
T)r. Wnnn*?/>" ? ?*'- D u
?w>i.?? cruiit mo to ex- I
press to you the obligations 1 am under for the
entire restoration of my hair to ita original color;
about the time of my arrival in tho United
Slateh it was rapidly becoming gray, but upon
the application of your " Ilair Restorative it
soon recovered ita original hue. I consider your
Restorative as a very wonderful invention, quite
efficacious as well as agreeable.
I am, dear air, yours truly,
"Drych a'r Gwpliedydct."
Welsh Newspaper office, 18 Nassau st, )
April 12, 1868. )
Pnor. O. J. Wood :?Dear Sir.?Some month
sr six weeks ago I received a bottle of your
Hair Reotorative and give U my wife, who coneluded
to try ilon her hair, little thinking at the
lime that it would restore the gray hair to its
jrigsnal color, but to her as well as my surprise,
ifter a few weeks' trial it has performed that
wonderful effect by turning all the gray hairs to
t dark brown, at the samd time beautifying and
hickening ths hair. 1 strongly recommend the
ibove Restorative to all persons in wint.nf
i change of ibeir hair.
New Yokk, July 26, 1867.
Par. O. J. Wood: With confidence do I reiommend
your Hair Restorative, as being the
noet efficacious article I ever paw. Since using
four Hair Restorative my hair and whiskers
vhich were almost white hnve gradually grown
lark ; and I now feel confident that a few more
ipplications will restorelhem to their naturnlcolor
t also has relieved me of all dandruff and un*
>leasant itching. so common nmni.
>-b J/VIOVIIO WIIW
J. Z. KILBY.
PRor. Wood?Abont two years ago my hair
:ommenced falliug off and turning gray; I
ras fast becoming bald, and had tried many
emediea to no effect. I commenced using your '
leatoratire in January last. A few applications
listened my hair firmly. It began to fill up,
row out, and turned back to its former color,
black.) At this time it is fully restored to its j
riginal color, health, and appearance, and I
lieerfully recommend its use to all.
J. D. HOES. '
Chicago, III., May 1, 1857.
The Restorative is put up in bottles of 3 sizes,
iz: large, medium, and small; the small holds 1
a pint, and retails fur one dollar per bottle ; the |
ledium holds at least twenty per cent, more
) proportion than the small, retails for two
ollars per bottle ; the large holds a quart, 40 J
er cent more in proportion, and retails for $3.
O. J. WOOD & CO., 444 Proprietors, Broadray,
New York, and 114 Market SL, Louis, Mo.
o* And sold by all Druggists and !
panoy Goods Dealers.
April 28, 18&9 1 ly3m 1
8 AN FORD' 8
r IITPD T*Mrrr?/\ir* 1
LIA M JUAV All -V iwn&i vtl,
KEVER DEBILITATES. 1
[T is compounded entirely from Gums, and
lias become nn established fact, n known
nd Approved by all I . Itliat have used it, and |
i now resorted to|^ | with confidence in all i
le (menses tor winch|"^ it is recommended.
It lias cured thous- ? ands within the last
aro j-eara who had given tip all hopes of
ilief.as the numerous ^ unsolicited certificates
n my possession ^ show.
The do?e must be a 9$ dapted to the temper- j
ment of the individ- Q ual taking it> and.used n
i such quantities a* to a act gently on the bow- t
s. Let the dictates ? ef your judgment b
aide you in the use* of the Liver Invigo- n
itor, and it will euro Liver Coraplaint?,l3ilous
attacks, Dyspep- fg> sia, Chronic Diarrhea, -
jmmer Complaints, ^ Dysentery, Dropsy,
)ur Stomach, Habit- ual Costiveness, Choi,
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Cholera In- r
ntum, Flatulence, gg Jaundice, Female i
eakneMes, (as thous- ands can testify/} in
i twenty minutes, ifW two or three Teas>onfuls
are taken at ^ commencement of atck;
, m ... N
All who use it are j giving their testimof
in its favor.
Mix Water tn the Mouth with
ne jnvagorator, and Swallow E
?th together. w
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE. a
ire Vegetable Extract*, and pat up in Glass <J
ises, Air Tight, and will keen in any climate. II
The Family Catbar . tic Pills is a gentle A
t active Cathartic % which the proprietor Ti
a used in his practise j more than twenty M
ars. . tii
The constant in-" creasing demand, ve
tm thoie who have ** long used the Pills fu
d tbe satisfaction fe which all express in ne
;ard to tfceir use. baa induced me to of
ice them within the reach of all. sei
The Profession well know that different fir
thartics act on dif- M ferent Dortiooa nf A
; bowel*. | fa or
rhe farotty Cathartic}^ Pill has, with dne m?
erance to thia well established foot, been
npounded from a va-riety of the pareat dii
get able Extracts, m which aet alike on JA
sry part of the ali- * mentary canal, and
i good and safe in all cases where a Ca- JA
irtia is needed, suchly as Derangements of
> Stomach, 81e*pi-| neaa. Pa las in the ?
ek and Loins, Coativeneea, Pain and Sore- m
over th? whole body, from sudden oold, *
>ieh frequently, if neglected, end in a long
irae of refer, Loss of Appetite, a Creeping
isation of Cold over the body, Kestleaanass, \
adache, or weight in the Head, alUnflamroay
Disease* Worms in: Children or Adulta, Na
eumatism, a great Purifier of the Blood and E*
ny diaeaaea to which flesh is heir, too ?u*
reus to mention in thia advertisement,-^
ie, 1 to 1 . J"
PRICE 8 DIMES. Co
The Liver Inrigorator and Family Cathartic C*
la are retailed by Druggist generally, and D<:
* bl.?l..>1.l? "v- *- p - -
--WW*.? vj tan ima in large lovna.
B. TT W. SANFORD, ft. D.
M*nof?otgrer and Proprietor. ,,
, 888 Bromdway, tfew York. ^
?mm* ajfollisrsif a&ornio.
Imwch, A? * Eowakm. Abbeville. T
kpril. J5, Jrostf- S0-12m r X
pfCE MT^hMlog tu OTKA* nau.
SAW MILL c'
" liliiiiriV iiiii iT~ . ^ i -is
? M th*y *rVWio?. Co ?f
* LSCL.'S?!' oaoii MJCMK; iu*
jW ^mi '?**** ?M
> 0 17 1856 .,. :w. .ti\t, j &
W. \. MERRIWmR
HAVING COMPLETED HIS
NIKrTX SIX, S. O.,
(NEXT DOOR TO F00AI1E * CABTKn's.)
WOULD respectfully call the attention of
liis frienas and the public generally to
uis one mrocK 01
and solicit their kind patronage and liberality.
lie propones selling Drugs as low as any first
class Drug Store in tne up-country. Ilis stoek
is complete, and everything sold by him is
warranted to be fresh and genuine. At his
store may be found
DYE STUFFS, PAINTS, OILS
Varnishes, Varnish and Taint Brushes,
Spices, Mace, Cloves, Pepper, Teas
of all kinds, Buggy and Carriage
Also, a fino lot of CHEWING TOBACCO,
and SEGARS of the best brands.
A large and varied stock of excellent
lie also offers Confectionarie.s,
Pure Old Tort, Madeira and Malicga <
At exceedingly low figures. Also, a good article
of Apple Vinegur, Kerosene, Oils and
Fluids. Lamps of nil kinds. Wicks for 0113*
kind of Lamps, and everything usually kept
in a first class Drug Store.
Prompt attention will be given to all. '
May 6, 1860-1-tf J
BOOTS AND SHOES. ;
\^TV THE Undersigned, having formed
nnrtneraliin fnr *
, ? w.w |'UI JIUOB UI
Boot and Shoe Business,
would inform tlie public Hint we have recently '
purchased in Boston, Philadelphia and New I
York, the largest assortment of 1
Ladies Shoea, and Gentlemen's Boots and
of ev?ry conceivable style and pattern ever of- 1
fered in this market. Our entire stock has
been purchased bv a nrnfetirnl H"?t ai-i? '
? r I
We feel assured thai we can, with great ccufi3cnce,
reconinicnd our stock to tlie public as |
being of a superior quality, more durable than '
any (Imt can be found in this lutitude. We '
intend to deal exclusively in '
Leather, Boots and Shoes.
and we shall be enabled to sell better work for
leu monej than any establishment in Town. '
We will bnrter Leather or work for Rawhides, j
The materials of our Stock were selected by '
B. IIOCHG, one of the firm, and the work j
Pat Up to Order. I,
We therefore know the "stuff it's made of." t
*nd can safely recommend it. We have a num 1
ber of tirst class Hoot and Shoe Makers in con- >
lection with our Establishment, und are prepared
Manufacture to Order
?ny work which may be desired.
Call at Tustiu's building, next door to Cobb, I '
Hunter & Co.
ROCHE ?fc CHRISTIAN. ,
April 1, 1859?48-tf I
REPAIRF.lt OF ' j
WATHCHE8, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, 1
HODQBS' DEPOT, 8. O., *
[S prepared with all necessary tools and ma- , '
terials to do anything in his line of busi- j
1A0. *4 ?L. 1 1 - * * "
.wuum i"west rnies. All work warranted j
o do well for twelve months, if not aend it I
inek and it will be done free of clinrgc. Give
le ft trial and satisfy yourselves. Terms cusli.
June 17, 1869, 7-12ni,
CHARLES COX 1
.ar-m w. Would respectfully inform g. *
tho Public that he has
OPENED A SHOP
laking and Repairing oi* A
CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. ?'
It is opposite (but not oppoited) to Mr. Taylor's L
stablishment. lie hopes that by doing good S
ork, and making reasonable charges, to reoei ve
share of public patronage.
lie huon band at tliir'time, several new and
sat Buooiks, and one excellent Wagon, which
s will sell low. ?
28tli Oct., 1858- 26 12m q
NEW CARPET STORE. "
I" AMES Q. BAILIE A BROTHER, direct \
' importers of, and Wholesale ai.d
let ail Dealers in all kinds of English and fil
merican Carpeting, Rags, Floor Oil Cloths, fe
ible Oil Cloths, 8atin DeLaine, Lace and w
uslin Curtains, Cornices, Mats. Brooms, Mat- w
iga, Brushes, 4c., ?fcc. t A fall line English Vol- or
it Carpeting, new designs and rich colors. A *e
II line Brussels Carpeting. embracing all the I><
iwest and best pattern* made. A foil styek la
Oil Cloths In English 'arid American?well N<
ttsoBed. Carriage OH Cloth, and remnants of otl
le Oil Cloths sold. low., to Carriage Makers. tin
good stook of 8 ply*-and- Ingrains rich coTi,
all of wbieh we are offering at the lowest i
ulctt prices. Carpets made up if required. ?
Patronage respectfully solicited. A liberal
icount made to the furnishing of Churches. rr
S. G. .BAILIE *rWO:,m BfOjwfcSfc, I
2d Hoosto above iBank of Augusta, Ga. col
S. G. BAILIE, 284 King St., Charleston, 8. C. of
Aug. fi, 1859, 6m. del
'.etate of Joseph C. Kathews, Dee'd. dei
l LL partiefe ilfcfteite'&iD iWab&e Estate
L T? .1?1-1 T> _
_ ?.- ?rv-.-..T u4ir u uurna ana wilfl m
nev. William RoWn and wife Cwoligo, I
ekiel M?U?ewji>pdJwph M*t^?WA reading ,
pond, the limit* of t* is $tAte, ?re Wreby no- .
ed tfcat a flp*l??ttfen?ent of tie JfcUte of '
rolin*, on. the fyr?t ToexHy in ffoYflraber v
: JAliBB. MoCA&LAtf, i
??ua Adm'r. Will Annexed. * ~
tng. J, 1859, I*, ' A
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' -' " >' 40RD<ML-. ' >, m,
.. 'I'.J _ ?PKAU>IW^UGHtlK. Ti
WKJ 1% t,<\ JtC.ftl ,' ?5J;r. T.ri
'nil <M or M ? '' , ' ) i * 'l?f i< A in
S>Oii>r3ofc,I^Bc^rT"' ^ ???
' r l<ry ^
J_ ,^ i'tU<uaiiL- !??>-> t?m-. W *5?
GHARIaBft ^:HlB^Sa^ i
tptwnber 28, 1859 2J-4t ! &
The friend? of Copt G. M. MATTISON respectfully
announce him as a candidate for
Tax Collector at the next election.
The friends of JAMES A. McCORD respoctfully
announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector at the next election.
The friends of Dr. J. F. McCOMB resp??W
fully annoUnco him as a Candidate for Tarf
Collector at tho next election
BT We are authorised to announces. A.IIODGES
as a Candidate for Tax Collector, at
the ensuing eleotion.
Uqf mo friends of Capt. W. S. HARRIS/
respectfully announce him ns a Candidate fof
the office of Tax Collector of Abbeville Distria
at the next election.
5J3S" The numerou* friend* of WESLEY Ai
BLACK Esq., respectfully announce him as tt
Candidate for Tax Collector at the next elcc-'
The friends of HENRY S. CASON respect
ully annnounce him as a Candidate for Taw
Collector, ntlie ensuing election>
53T The Wends or JOHN A. HUNTER respectfully
announce him a candidate for thtf"
office of Ordinary, at the next election.
The friends of Col. J. 0. BASKIN respectfully
announce him a candidate for the'
office of Ordinary, at the next clectioo.
LIVERY STABLES, T
BY COliB & CRAWFORD,
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
THE Undersigned would ififofrttl tfi<
/fn pnblic that they have formed a copart
.v..o-?>i' ivi iiiu purpose 01 conducting
THE LIVERY STABLE BUSINESS I If
ALL ITS BRANCHES.
They have tbken the well-known Stables attached
to the lot of the Marshall House, occu?
pied Inst year by P. S. Rutledge.
Theee Stables, fronting on Washington Street
have been repaired and refited and are now wel.
provided with provender and attentive Hostlers,
for the accommodation of the public.
Mr. CRAWFORD, one of the firm, may always
be found at the Stables nn<l ii? ??
, ? ? "l"-", "J
;lose nttentioD to business, to merit and receive
i liberal sliare of public patronage.
The Stables will be provided with BUGGY
\ND SADDLE HORSES, to hire, together
ivilli every other accommodation usuollj' of"ered
by a similar establishment. They have
ilso, COMMODIOUS LOTS for the accommo?
lation of STOCK DRIVERS, and will furnish
.hem with provender, at living rates.
J. B. CRAWFORD.
Feb. 63, 1859 43 tf
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Office Court of Common Pleas aud Geii'l Satient
S". K. Butler )
vs. V Attachment.
5Vm. B. Lloyd, ) McGowun, n'tfFs Attorney.
iy II ERE AS tlie Plnintiff did, on the nineteenth
'' tiny of November, eighteen hundred nnd
ifty-eight, file hi? declaration against the Defonlant,
who, (it is snid,) is absent from and with
>ut the limits of this State nnd has neither wife
tor attorney known within the mm. tipo*
.vliom a copy ofsaid declaration might setred
: It is therefore ordered, that the said D?- ^
Vndant do appear and plead to the said decln- *
ation, on or before the twentieth day ofNot'embcr,eighteen
hundred and fifty nin^, otherwise
final nnd ubsolute judgement will tjien
je given and awarded nguinst liirau
MATTHEW McDONALl), O. C. P.
Clerk'* ?r? ,0.0.
&</, JOUC'I)' 3V
Or. M. CALHOUN,
EXERAL COMMISSION MEROIIWT,
lej-nold'a St., between Jackson and Mcintosh
will attend strictly to the ealc of
COTTON, BAOON, GRAIN,
Ltid all other produce consigned to liim. Per
>nal attention giving to the filling of nil orers
for Bagging, Rope and Family Supplied,
liberal Gush advances made on produce ia
Jane 24, 1859, 8 tf
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
(pee Court of Common Plea* and Gen'I Senrion*
K. Butler, Survivor )
vs. v Attachment.
Wm. B.Lloyd, ) McGowaaPl'tfl"? Atty
IT IIK&EAS the Plaintiff did, on the nineteenth
' day of November, eighteen hundred and
rty eight, file his declaration against the Dendant,
who. (it is said) is absent from and.
ithontthe limits of this State and has neither
ife nor attorney known within the same, upi
whom a copy of said declaration might be
rved: It is therefore ordered, that the said
sfendant do appear and plead to the said decration,
on or before the twentieth day of
jvember, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine,
tierwise final and absolute judgement will ^
en be given and awarded against him.
MATTHEW MoDONALD, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office Nov. 19? 1858 30-ly
^IIE Note* luid Accounts of the Firm of Jordan
& McLauchlin are iu my hands for
lection. There are also Notes and Accounts
the old Businese of D. a, Jordan. . Tlwwe ii\jted
to the firm, or to myself will.come
rd and make immediate payment'to the Jin*
signed, * "- ' ' ' < '?*-> 1
: ??" D. A. JORDAN."
Hay 18, 185?-fc4f it . -.v.a :T^
^HE Copartnership heretofore existing "between.the
undersigned isthi* day disr?d
by rout?*l consent. Jlr John Whitri*
ue Authoris?d U> mUI* ?Il notas md ?e.
iU 4u? tfce Pupetotf p#yau?fr i?
uestiy ariMypv" jq^k ':
- . R> J*
an* 8tf?, 18M, <18-l#t
PF UO ATI ON will be m*cU: W ib*
u tura?t>iU?ttV??t4i?fc i?rtJi?v*GPM4n)M|.
Lhe'Charter of the Theological EUiminaty #
s >9WU#A ^4,0??rgMy ]?'
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wfri.*. >>r!l -*?l? vlvJa-i b?cat
.ti) ,.<jo ft yrTq?^goow.A,
iHB IWialo^af. th* lUBSHMA )gfl|
HOUBftwovMinform tin<paUfa that Jutt
8? *bwrkbM ieBeMAeip^v
>h? fl*U?ra?ittis*lTtkm*ie wiUfcrabW**
P? btnhdfor Cmh. >|^Mrfft|B _,,. , j
Stoney Point.. Ahh?ai?.rt:. ^
sj*. 9 1859, 19 tf