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?^ L xisror
*ign of (he Volden Ativi'. .*
\ - COI.l. MIMA, S. C.
1-^lIE Suliseriliers, having liven Appointed
General Agents lor llifejSonlliei n State*
for the sale of
TAYGART it FARR'S DOi ni.i: TlIRKAl)
*t>wing direct from the Spool?, and mnUini; n !
strong, 0nraIile stitch which cannot In* in.ravelled,
and Mivitii! I'll the thimiext and heaviest (
fabric* with eij'inl facility. Tliesu machine*,
for simplicity ami <lurnliiiity, cannot lie &ur ,
passed. TlieV have taken the (irst prelllilil-i at
five of the County l-'uifrt in IVniisylvniiiii and ,
New Jersey. < > er the high-priced Machine* of !
Singer nnd oth?*r inninifacturs. Th? low price '
hi. which iiiem* .Machines are olU-r>*<l puts thorn ;
within i|i?; rcach ?>f every otn>. Price from
to SjtJi. Parties wanting agencies for lhc*o j
Machines will plcaae apply t<> no, as \vi; are pre- ,
pared to pell tlichi at rciiimii-rntiiig in us to
those desirous of in tliis Inisine**. j
Wt- are also atr.-nin for clout's l?ocl;-Stilch I
Machine, aim tin- Lurck.i Shuttle Sewing Ma
chines. l'ri. i.s i from $oi) ami upward.-',
ull of which nr.; lirst <j?i.iliiv Machines.
i-is 11 i:u & a< ; n K\v, ?t Co. !
Col'.tmhia, S. (.!. ?>< ! 21?'ilt j
IS now reocivinc his FALL AND WINTER j
li'ftK'K, consisting of
STAi?I.K .UD ft'ASCV
lilognnt Stvlci of ;
DRESS GOODS. !
SILKS, IIELAIXES, CASSIIIEKES, j
KOBKS A .M.'i'i:. SAI:A<;<><>\,
A NI >
NEW STYLE OF SHAWLS.
GfiUlillrts, filovi'?, ItililiiM .. :>!) ! Tr:,..i .ii)gi?t
ynoM t.t; ckms ri\
READY-MADE ( I.OTllIMi
F(?li MTV IllYVs \VT? iM!l!lM)rv
Cioili. Cashmere, Tweed*. Kentucky Jeans.
iJoIUK'l?, Hat:', I ;?]>S, ?te.. Ai', Hunts,
Hroiiaiis, (Jailer, 8Sli|?|'ors,
iiiirl ChilJienV hhoes.
CABPET1SGS AM) RIGS,
And of nil oilier article!* generally kept by
biiii. b full niul I urge assortment, nt price*
which wi 1 coin (litre f.i vonility with Columbia,
Augusta, an>l Charloton Retail Prices.
CALL AM) EXAMINE.
1 have ni.nie arrangement* with mv Houses to
receive the latest htyle <>l" geod? l.y every
M. STI! A rss
Si-p. SO '2-2?3tt>.
The State ol South Carolina.
A DJU'.Vll.LE J)ISJlilCT.
Wui. W. Cirecn, )
itdm'r, J I5ill U> forecloifo ilortva.
I ygf*. ^o.
Znclmrinh Cnrwisle. J
PURSUANT to oi-il j- ??f Court, T will noil nt
l'ulilic Outcry, nt Abbeville Court, Jlonse,
on Sale Day in November next. (7tli.) the Tract
?>f Land described in the Uill lyiny on I.oiijj
Brunch, waters of Little River, hounded by
land* of George Shirley, Julin It. Wilson, ami
others, ami containing three hundred and fiftysix
acres, more ?>r lc.?*.
TERMS CASH. Purchasers to pay fur paper*.
WM. If. PARKEH, C. E. A. 1). i
Comniiwionrr'd t.)lh;-e, J
October J!, 18.V.'. ) td.?.
Tlio State oi South Carolina.
A lilt KI 'II. I. !i DISTRICT.
KoU. W. I.iter, et. nl., }
fx - Hill for i"arlilion.
.Tr>t?l \\ . Lit.es. ct. nl. )
~l > I'llSL" ANT to order of Court, I will e?-li, I
JL oii Sale IJiiv in November next. (Ttli,? I
nt Public outrry. at Al?lic-villo Court House, !
ti o Ural lielale of Abiil'u bites dee\l, eon- !
Mining about- Twelve Hundred nnii Twenty- l
?-u\en nere?, (1 '227) more or lesion wntcisof|
Loup; Cane mid Curl Tail Creek#, and bounded j
by lands of JSartlioloiuew Jordan, Aiijjmtus
II. Morton nnii ullniri.1**
Term#.?A credit of one mid t\v? yearn, with
interest from ?iay of Mile. J'urc! -t.-.er to cjivt
1 o:id \v ill) nt l? io?t. i wo good sureties, pay tli j '
oost> in c;:mi uud |>ny for imperii. '
n .vi. u. 1'AKlvhli, C. r. A. 1>. j
C<>iiiiiii>;?ioiicr'? Ollice, Sept. 3, 'o'j. -it
i; a x i) s ales,
r.v Tin-: couut of ordinary.
rpiil-; Uenl MitHie ?f Robert Smith, dec'd, '
1 \vil| he h>M by l'uMie Auction, (for pitrlitioii.)
ill Abbeville 11.. oil Snip I)?y in No- i
vombvi' next ; comprising one hundred ninl !
thirty-mii** ntref. more or lw>, .?ituattd in Ab- !
licville District, on Mulberry Creek. adjoining
lands of John Roderick, Win. Sim whom. mid
t?-rin??12 months credit, ji rehnfer* giving
bond iii*d nee.ui ijy, niid n Inorlyngc of the
jM-einis-i", if denned nceccsaiy, to tlio Ordinary ; 1
ulid the costs to be leiiil in Cnsh.
JOSKl'il T. .MOORK.s. a. i>. !
N OTIC K.
Notice in givm tlint application wil
lie 10)1110 to tlieHoxi Lcgiahitu* for a rc clinrer i
?>f tin- Furry over Savannah Riycr, known sa '
'BtrkKJcialu'* Ferry." J
Au?rn.-t 11. IJ}5fl-l5-3in I
Sale of Land?lly flic Court q(j
Beal Estate of William McDill dec'd*
BYforder of the Cuurt of Ordinary, I will
by pr.blie .miction, on 8*1?B?y it* November
next, tlu'lieul of Willlntu McDill,
drc'il. eilunted hi AMiuvillt! l>idlriut, on whtura
of Lmii? t?nns, a joining inmls of 11. A. Junes,
las. Edwards, and John IlmigluM, a:i<l con'ain*
ing twenty acre# m6re or le: a. .?
Term*?l *#nrtntlis emlit. Dond arifl good
Mcuiiiy,y ami uiortKaKe of the |irwini?4?. if
deemed H?&?Mnry. C?.?t (A'tic paid ineatlu;,..;
II r" JOHKI'll T. MOOK>; .ft, Zl i
0?t. 14rY?50 23 td?. , .. . T
Sale of Land?By the .Court of
f\* tl e first Monday in November next, will I
v b? ?old for partition tlio Heal Eatate of
JOSHUA DAVIS, dec'd, containing two buniwl
nnd eighty-nine ncrcs, mere or less, sitt
wtt*d in Abbeville District, on Long Cane
'\ OfMk . adjoining lands of Satn'i Lomax, Dr.
X Swfii John Monday, nnd otbera. Terms twelve
* Monti is credit., J'urchajer giving bond and 1
|Olj| aeaurity to the Ordinary, una a Mortgage
4mte premises if deemed necessary to secure
M payment of tbe purchase n?j)a?y, .-Coats to
( ?pid in Caah. ^
V*T J09KPII T. JfOORR ?. a. v. '
I Oct v.185?, as uk ' ' ' *vV.;
FALL ANI)' WINTER
Oolumtoia, S. C.,
rv0:1 ? Hie Lower Market,
r|"MlK public arc invited to call and examine
1 my New Stylo (I<1<1<I<. My stock is com- j
plete in Ciciitlciucii'M Fine Molcgkins, (.'nssi- ,
mere'*, mid JSoft 1IATS and CAl'S.
INFANT CAPS, HATS &(\
Tlit> above good* have been well selected and j
will be Hold al moderate prices
First From in m
Mnnuravliircii nt Gr.mitAvillc, S. C. Tin's Hot
I cnn rfO?;iiin)tMiil to (ilnntem nml ollu-ra for i
I heir l?>?u service and durability.
C3?~ Terms Cash.
('. P. REM SEN,
1ST lJictiardaon Street Columbia, S. C.
135 lirond Street, Augustn, Ga.
FALL AMD AVINTERj
Cutis ft KESXAKV
-A. K. E
A VERY LARGE
AVell Selected Stock
MEN'S m BOYS' CLOTHING,
Hats, Caps, Valises, Trunks,
CARPET BAGS, &C.,
A FIRST RATE ASSORTMENT OF
Sliirls, Drawers, Collars, Stocks, Cravats,
Moves, Suspenders, and other
IX a HEAT VARIETY.
We nre prepMvd to sell ou tlio
MOST ACCOMV.niJATlXG TERMS.
Ami iuvite our friends and customers generally J
to call and examine our .Stock ul our old stand, |
No. 173 Broad Stect,
Under Ihr A Htjiixta Hotel,
CLAYTON & KKXXADV.
September 21, 185'J, r.m
State Agricultural Fair.
SlTEKINTLMjEM'b Om'ICE, G. ?fc C. It. R.
Coi.lmria, Oet, 10 1?59.
\^rISITOI*S to the State Agricultural Fair, to
lie lu-M nt Columbia commencing on
Tuesday f>:li November next, will bo passed
over lb is lii*a.l for otic fast'.
On Monday, Tuesday mid Wednesday, return
Tickcla will be given, gouil for any day to, nnd j
including, Saturday 12th November.
And stock nnd all articleK intended for exhibition
will be transported ut the owners rink free
of charge. For tiiis purpose, n special train
will leave Greenville on Saturday November
~.t o'clock A. M. Persons wishing to avail
ilicm?i!lves of this privilege are reminded of the
necessity of giving notice, at leant ten d-ii/t beforehand,
of the quantity nnd character of the
stock t<> !><; shipped.
Attendants travelling wiili ili? ??r>..t- will l.?
expectctl to pay one faro. Agent* nlung the
line- will he* notified of the lime of the arrival
nf t!ic utock Irnin nt their fetation?. Up freight
vill bo charged on nil articles purchancd at the
Not more than one hale of Cotton to each
planter will be allowed on the nbovc conditions.
H. F. It A WORTH,
Oct. 14 21 4t.
THE ASSEMBLY HOUSE,
One Square West of the Post Office.
COXjXJIMCBIA., 8. O.
rpiIlS well known Establishment has been
A thoroughly re-fitted and improve^ and
is now permanently opened for the accommodation
of the public. Every attention will be
given to euppiy the wants and comfort of I'atrone.
en liilcs Moderate.
G. T. MASON, Proprietor.
Sept 30, 185'.) >'2 3m.
T1IE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINAAbbeville
uv wil.r.tam liii.T. iu..
JJ ? I t J v? nuuo
WIIIJHKASL. II. Kvkard has applied to me
for letters of Adminittration, on all And
singular the good# nod chattels, rights nod
credits of Robert T. Sloan and Thomas U. Sloan
late of Mississippi ikcCased. 1
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred nnd creditors of
the said deceased, to be and appear before me,
at our uext Ordinar^*s Court for the said District,
to be holden at Ald>eville Court House,
on the tenth day of November, to show cacse,
if any why the said administration should
not be granted.
Qiven under ray hand and seal, this 26th day
of October in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred andfifty-nine, and in
the 84th Aear ot Amerigo Independence.
WILLIAM HILL, O. A. D.
Off ?? tftKO IK ft
A PPLIOATI6N will be made at the next
x\?. UNion of; the Legislature' for charter
! of the AbbevlTU Dietriet Agricultural Society*
i August, it, lWM>~Sm.
I WBAllft HI*,
Fhotographic aud Fin? Art Gallery,-70 Main at.
ColomtpU, S. C, .
Sept. 00, Illt-Un *
! ' COXGAKBE ^
Formerly occupied by George Sinclair it Co.,
and now owned by
JOHN ALEXANDER & CO.,
Iron and Brass Founders,
Foot of Lady Street, and on the ride of the
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Chinese Sugur-Cane 1*1 II Is and
1*21118, of nil kinds.
r|"MIK above Cut is a Throe Roller Vertical
JL Sugar Cnne Mill, mid is a true representa1
ron ?f the one exhibited at the S. C. Agricultural
l'air.and which took the first premium
at the fiforesni-J exhibition, Premiums were
also taken by the same firm for Crist-Mill
itons, ami f.ir the beat Castings.
Iron nntl Rrass Castings of all descriptions
made to nrilor, ami with dispatch. Steam Engines,
Mill Gearing, Blacksmith's Work, Wagons,
?tc., Ac., made to order.
We have also purchased the right of WIXTER'S
PATI'.NT MULAY SAW MILL, for
the State of South Carolina.
Having purchased the entire establishment
of Messrs. Sinclair <k Co, including l'ttUcrns
and everything appertaining thereto, we are
now prepared to execute every description of
work in our line of business, with ucutncis and
Sept. 30,1859, 22-12m.
P0LLL1AX, mm & CO.,
CCONTINUE the pule of C<?tton nnd other
) nrndiii'M in tln?ir AVin ?V r.nmnf Il^-i r-f
Corner Jackaon Sc. Reynolds Sta.
IS~ Cash advances made when desird.
AKTtfIKE POULLIAM. *
THOMAS J. JEN KINGS,
Sept. 8, 1859-19-tf.
PEDIjETIEn db CO.,
HAMBURQ, S. C-,
\\J OULD respectfully inv/i te he ntlen]
TT tion of the public at jiheir largo
replenished slock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, j
CHEMICALS, * I.
PAINTS, VARNISHES, DYE STUFFS, OILS,
Glass, Tkuslies, Soaps,
IE3 ERF XT 3VH !E IR, ^ ,
Potashes, Spices, Cosmetics,
FANCY GOODS, AC.
Their rccent purclins's in New York, selected
by one of die firm with the greatest care as (
to qulity, enables them to offer their Goods at
prices ns low ns any similar establishment in j
the South. ,
The public ore respectfully invited to call i
and examine for themselves.
Catalogues of (Joudu sold by them furnished ,
on opplicntion lo
A. J. PKLLETIER A CO.,
Druggists, Hamburg, S. C.
Aug. 19, 1859, 16, 3in.
flriinnr XT -i
v.w.Mv., A. U^JUI uauj^Dt BUtt
Abbeville C. H., South CarolinaI
SPEARS & MIGHT,
"Wholesale Dealers in
CHEMICALS, Point*, Oils, Varnishes, Window
Gloss, Dental and Surgical Instruments,
Perfumery and Fancy Articles.
Opposite Planters Hotel, ,
NO. 3 1G BROAD STEET,
16, 1859, 20?12m ,
KERRISON & LEIDING,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
Wholesale and Retail.
II AS EL STREET, (One door from King.
Cliarleiifon, 8. C.
E. L. KERRISON. | HERMAN LEIDING
April 15, 1859. 50-12m ^
LAND FOR SALE.
THE subscriber offers for tale all hi* Lands,
on accommodating terms. These lands will be
sold separately or all together, to suit purchasers.
llome Tract, containing
< 225 ACRES,
.. ..w icoo, ? as r.ovnuy u any piUPfi II) ll)e
District. A good spring and well of water?
nn excellent Dwelling, and Store House?Ginhouse
and Screw, and other neeeteary buildings.
My ol>Je*t is to go West, for the purpose of
turning my nttcBti?n to the farming interest
I wilt ttke in exchango Negroes, good fieldhands,
at ft fair TftluatloD.
Sqbm of my Lands lie* from, two to fc*r
miles from Hodge*' D^pot, and my Home Trat
rtboaf hstf * mile from a good Mill' knoWu ss
Douglas'Mill. , ...
For fortber particular# addreM th? <ub?eriber
at llodges' Depot, 8. C.
T, li ROBERTS.
Oct. 7 2S-?tf.
Jeom and Karaeyn.
?WT BO$KStBQn%> ,
|?. m if -.1 . .? <Vi v! ,.:*
Ay-y-* T. mi /: r-." '
,. j - '*? $?
DK. S. HENRY BEAltD
r> P AT T T S T
JLV J_1 _JL_ JL >?/ *- }
Graduate of the Baltimore College o^
HAS permanently located at Abbeville C
II., nnd solicits n slinre of public patronage.
Teeth inserted from one to full upper
and lower seta. Exposed nerves destroyed and
treated, free from pain. Having purchased nn
office Uight of Dr. Blandly, of Baltimore, I
am prepared to insert teeth on the Cheoplastic
Officc over Branch, Allen & Edwurd's
AloToovillo, B. O.
May, 20, 1859, 3-tf
GEORGIA STATE LOTTERY.
For the benefit of"tho
WnWTTnVTT d TTTtrrmoT' a n a nnwv I
aavaijujjv vAIxuxi' nuiiJL/ nJI A
OF JASPER COUNTY. GA.
Authorize ?' by Sprcial Act of the Legitlaturc.
More than ONE PRIZE to every Two
UTKINNE Y & Co., Ula'iiagers
CAPITAL r R I Z E
Whole Tickclw 910, Halves 85,
To lie Drawn cach Saturday
In October* 1859.
IN THE CITY OF
Claxs 3ft, to be drnwu Oct. 1, I?50
CI?ns 40 tohcdrsiwnOct. 8, 1N59
Class 31 to be drawn Oct. 15, 1N50
Clax*i 21 to be drawn Oct. 22,1N50
CI us* 43 to bo drawn Oct. 29, 1859
1 Prize of ?60,000 is $60,000
1 '? 20,000 is 20,000
I ' 10,(100 is 10,000
1 5.000 is 5.000
1 " 4,000 is 4,000
1 " 8,'>00 is 3.000
1 " 1,500 ie 1,500
1 " 1,100 is 1,100
5 " 1,000 are <>,000
10 " 5?t0 nre 5,000
2 " 400 nre 800
2 " 300 nre COO
2 " 200 ore 400
60 " 150 nre f,500
100 " 100 are IO.Oimj
100 " p6 are 0,500
100 " 85 are 8,5uo
4 I'rizes szuu App'g to $60,000 prize are $800
4 " 150 - 20,(I0D " 600
4 " 125 " 10,000 " 500
4 " 100 ? 5,000 " 400
8 " 80 " 4,000 " 610
8 " 60 " ?,OH0 ' 480
8 " 50 " 2,000 " 400
8 " 40 " 1,500 " 320
400 ?* 20 ? 100 " 8,000
15,000" "8 " 200.000
25,8'28 Prizes amounting to $366,040
Certificntes of pneknces will be sold ot
the following rnte*, wliicli i? the rifk:
Certificate of Packages of 10 Wliole Tickets $60
" " 10 Ilnlf " 30
" " 10 Quarter " 16
" " 10 Eighth " 7.50
In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose
the money to our address for the tickets ordered,
on receipt of which the)- will be forward by
first muil. Purchasers can have tickets ending
in any tigure the)' may .designate.
Notice to correspondents.?Those who prefer
not sending money by mail, can use the Express
companies, whereby money for TickeU,
in sums of Ten Dollars and upwards, can be
sent us at our risk and expense, from any city
or town where there is an Express Office. The
inonej* and order must be enclosed in a Government
Post Office Stamped Envelope, or the
Express Companies cannot receive them.
The listof drawn numbers and prizes will be
sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing.
All communications strictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates, by Mail or
Express, to be directed to
M'KINNEY & CO.,
April 15. 1859. 50-12m
' $35 RFjWARRD.
rpnE subscriber will pay the above reward
JL for the Apprehension of a transient person
who late)}' stopped in our Village calling
and for the delivery of a
Which wan STOLEN by the said Leverett on
the night of Wednesday, the 21st of September.
The said Leverett is about five feet, aix or
seven inches high, stout mado, hrown hair nnd
eyes, wore a drab felt hat, and snuff eolored
pant*, is about 22 years of age, and calls himself
The animal stolen is A QUA Y II01ME
about 12 years old, paces slowly, is shod on the
fore feet,"and bad on, when stolen, a qnilted
Saddle, with a knot in one of the Stirrup
Leathers, also a single rein bridle, and martingale
with black Rings.
W. W. RUSSELL.
Abbeville, S. C., Sept. 23, 185U, 21, tf
aOOD NEWS TO MARRIED PEOPLE
H. H. PRATHfeR,
AND DEALER IN FURNITURE,
HOHEA PATH, 8. C.,
WOULD respectfully inform tho public
that he has always on band, and is prepared
to make to order, all kinds of Cabinet
...?L ? nniMOTVO tiirnniTTD
r ui iiibuic, IUVU DS, JUIVI?OIHU uuiiriau'i,
WARDROBES, WA8HSTANDS, COTTAGE
BEDSTEADS, TABLES, COFFINS, Ao.
Persons wishing anything in his line would
do well to efcll and etfftmine his work. Hit
long experience Jq the ^uaineea at tho North
will insure satisfaction. *
Work delivered at the Depot free of charge.
8ept. 16. 1859, ^O-Bnu.
TO tlB CITIZENS OF ABBEVILLE.
I TAKE this opdortnnHy of retarding ray
iiMW# thinks to the eltixens of AbbeYille
ana Edgefield, for their liber*) patronage,
and sine# a retafn of my health, I would most
w... uuu in* reaqytq sir* .mem com
j>leU satisfaction. My motty bilnf?o* Mtit0,1
D? J. IX MsKELLAB, Dentist
*% ;?- a a r%
Sept 28, 18?; 21-tf ' '
i* i: j
. STATE AMLTIML SOCIETY
Of South Carolina, will be Held at
Columbia, on the 8th, 9th and
10th of November, 1859.
fTMIE Executive Committee of the State AgriA
cultural Society of South Carolina, beg
leave to call tbe attention of the citizens of
South Carolina, mid the Southern Stales, to
their nppronching Annual Festival. The Premium
List is a very comprehensive one, and
Premiums will be awarded on every article of
...?> >> vvumg .,11.1111 um range ol llic Agricutturnl,
Horticultural nild Mcchanical Departmental
M wo) I as the Fine Arts, Ladies' Fancy
Work, And Domestic Ecouotny.
In addition to the large nnd admirably arranged
Hulls fur the Accommodation of Exhihitor*.the
Committee has made other very important
improvements, which will add much to
the enjoyment of visitors.
A SPACIOUS AMPHITHEATRE
Will alBo he in readiness, to sent some thousands,
nnd add to the interest of the Exhibition.
The track for the exercise and display of "fast
trotters" has been put in order, and the trotters
already on hand promise something exciting.
Visitors will be passed over all the Rnilroads
in the State, during the week of exhibition,
for one fare. All articles nnd animals, intended
erprcntl;/ for exhibition, will be passed nt the
owners risk, overall the Railroads in South Carolina
without charge, except the South Carolina
Railroad, nud Chernw and Darlington
Roads, who will demand one-half freight.?
Visitors should take the precaution to procure
Return Tickets when they pay their fare, to
avoid embarrassment and delay. Exhibitors
will please give the Railroad Officers timely
notice of such animals nnd articles as they may
wish transported, as well as the time and point
A T> f'ATimnv
It. II AH LEE,
I). W. HAY,
J. F. MARSHALL,
J. A. MKTTS.
W. It. ROBERTSON,
It. J. GAGE,
October 14, 1850, 21, It
8 ANFORD' B
IT is compounded entirely from Gums, nrd
has become nil established fact, a known
and approved l>y alll . Mint have used it, and
is now resorted t? M with confidence in all
the diseases for which |* it is recommended.
It has cured thoua |? unda within the last
...? jsoio <THU nnvi pa j^ltl'll 111) Ull imp(|3 OI
relief,as the numerous ^ unsolicited certificates
in my possession show.
The dose must he ft Sfi daptcd to tlie trmperament
of the individ- q ual taking it, nnd used
in such quantities as to act gently on t lie bowels.
Let the dictates ^ of your judgment
guide you in the use* of the Liver Invigorator,
nnd it will cure ^ Liver ComplainM,Billions
attacks, Dyspep- sia, Chronic Diarrhea,
Summer Complaints, Dysentery, Dropsy,
Sour Stomach, Habit- ual Costivenoss, Cliolic.
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum,
Flatulence. <*? Jaundice, Female
weaknesses, (asthous- ands can testify.) in
in twenty minutes, if"* two or three TeaspoonfuIs
are taken at ^ comnicnccment of atf??.L
AH wlio use it are j giving tlivir testimony*
iu its fnvor.
iVix Water in tlie IWoutli willi
tlic In vigorator, and Sualloiv
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
Pure Vegetable Extracts, and put tip in Glass
Cases. Air Tight, and will keep in any climate.
The Family Cat liar . t ic I*ills is a gentle
but activc Cathartic * which the proprietor
has used in his practise j more thau twenty
The constant in-m creasing demn nil,
from those who havew long used the Pills
and the satisfaction 3^ which all express in
regard to their user has induced me to
piece them wuhin the reach of all.
The Profession \vcl!|W know tlmt difTereut
Cathartics act on dif- *m fercut portions of
the bowels. ?4
The family Cathartic ^ Pill lias, with due
reference to this well " * established fact, been
compounded from a va- ?!j riety of the purest
Vege table Extracts, m which act alike on
every part of the ali- ruentary canal, and
are good and safe in all cases where a Cathartic
ia needed, suclily las Derangements of
the Stomach, Sleepi?| 'ness. Pains in tho
Rack and Loins, Costivencss, Pain and Soreness
over the whole body, from sudden cold,
which frequentty, if neglected, end in a long
course of Fever, Loss of ^Appetite, a Creeping
Sensation of Cold over tho body, Restlessness,
Headache, or weight in the Head, all Inflammatnru
DSjionaoa W/inna In PIiiLIkam
Rheumatism, a great Purifier of the Blood nnd
many diseases to which flesh is heir, too numerous
to mention in this advertisement.?
Dose, 1 to S.
PRICE 3 DIME3.
The Liver Invigorator and family Cathartic
Pills are retailed by Druggist generally, and
sold wholesale by the Trade in large towns.
S. T. W. SANFORD, M. D.
Manufacturer and Proprietor.
835 Broadway, New York.
Also sold bv
Jordan <fc McLauciilin, Abbeville.
Branch, Allen <b Edwards, Abbeville.
April 15, 1850, 50-12m
P. B. GLASS,
SUCCESSOR TOR. L BRYAN,
175 Richardson St. (8 doors above the Market
COLUMBIA, S. O.,
HAS for sale a large assortment of Law,
Medical, Theological, School and Miscellaneons
Books, Fancy Qoods, Cheap Publications
and Blank Books of every description,
Stationery, Foreign and Domeatio, of every va
riety and Quality, Oil PaiDtings, -Lithographs
and Artists Materials, Globe*, Writing Desks,
Musical Instruments, Ac., Ac.
BLANK BOOKS manufactured to any pattern,
and blank work of every description prepared
" W*o I eaalo Purchasers supplied, and all orders
promptly attended to at the lowest cath
Aug. 12, 1850, gm. **' .
WML X. WHSS&0CK, Propriety.
July 8,1869,-12m ; .
WABfflfTAT.Ti, IBB * BeBBUHL.
THE nodtiiigDtd have aasoaiated with them
la the Practice of ttie Law, STEPHEN
O. DaBROHL, Ewj.^AITbuiineM ?btru?te<l to
their flare will r^iveprorapt attention,
W. JL L?E^ AIU5HAIiL?
j*uvx}it, m ; t .fWM ,;0
W. N. MERRiraillil!
HAVING COMPLETED III3 '
NIKTTY SIX, S. O., j
(next door to xoosiie a cahteiTs.)
w OULI) respectfully call the. attention of |
- . His II itrliun UIIU IIIC |>UUIIC generally to
his fine B^rock of
OH33 IS*. IOALS,
*nd solicit their kind pntronnge and liberality.
He propones selling Drugs as low os any first
class Drug Store in the up-country, llis slock
is complete, and everything sold by liiin is
warranted to be fresh and genuine. At his !
store niny be found
DYE STUFFS, PAINTS, OILS
Varnishes, Varnish and Paint Brushes,
Spices, Macc, Cloves, Pepper, Teas
of all kinds, Buggy and Car?
Also, a fine lot of CIIEWIXG TOBACCO,
and SEGARS of the best brands.
A large and varied stock of excellent
lie also ofT?;rs Confectionarics,
Pure OKI Port, Madeira and Jlnlioga
Ttmr JKimr m^sss
At exceedingly low figures. Also, a good ar- ;
ticlc of Apple Vinegar, Kerosene, Oils and
Fluids, l.nmps of all kinds. Wicks for any
kind of Lnmps, and everything usually kept
in a first class Drug Store.
Prompt ntlention will be given to all.
May 0, 18.V.t-l-tf
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE Uiidersigned, having formed
X. ft partnership for tlio purpose of
Root mi?l Slioc BusincKK,
would inform the public tlint. wehnve recently
purchased in Boston, Philadelphia and New
York, the largest assortment of
Ijadies Shoes, and Gentlemen's Boots and
tmittitiiuit; siyic ami pnitcrn cvcrof- j
fercd in this market. Our entire stock has :
been purchased by a practical Hoot Maker, j
We feel assured that we can, with groat confi- >
dence, recommend our stock to the public n? !
being of a superior quality, more durable than
0113- that can be found in thia latitude. We
intend to deal exclusively in
Leather, Boots and Shoes.
and we shall be cnubled to sell better work for j
less uionc) than any establishment in Town. ;
We will bnrtcr Leather or work for Rawhide?. i
The materials of our Stock were selected by i
E. IIOCIIE, one of tho firm, and the work
Put Hp to Order.
We therefore know the "stuff it's made of."
and can safely recommend it. We have a 1111111
bcr of first class Hoot and Shoe Makers in eon- 1
| nection with our Establishment, and are pre- i
Manufacture to Order
any work which may he desired.
Call nt TusUn's building, next door to Cobb,
Iluutcr A C?.
ROCLJE <fc CHRISTIAN.
April 1, 1859?18-tf
J. L. CLARIi,
IlKl'AllCKIt OF !
TORCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, !
HODGES' DEPOT, S. C.,
18 prepared with till necessary tools and inn- !
terials to do anything in his line of l?usi- ,
ness at the lowest rates. All work warranted
to do well for twelve months, it" not. send it '
back and it will be done free of charge. (Jive
me a trial ami satislv yourselves. Terms cash.
June 17, 18.*>9, 7-1'iin, i
NEW (JAIU'ET STORK. 1
JAMES O. HA I LI K A BROTHER. <lii*cct j
importers of, and Wholesale ai.tl
Itclui I Dealers in nil kinds of Krulish and :
American Carpeting, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths. |
Table Oil Cloths, Salin DeLaine, I.nce ami j
Muslin Curtains, Cornier?. Mats. IiruoniK, Mat- j
tiuge, Biualies, ?tc. A full line English Vel- 1
vet Caipeting, new designs and rich colors. A
full line Brussels Carpeting, embracing all the i
newest and best pattern'* made. A full stock J
of Oil Cloths in English and American?well :
seasoned. Carriage Oil Cloth, and remnants of j
fine Oil Cloths sold low to Carriage Makers. I
A good stock of 3 plys and Ingrains rich col !
ors, all of which we nrc offering at the lowest
mn ll'tif rM'litAJ i n rnn.1^ "" * ** 1 '
, v?i,tw lu"l,? ? rcjuircu. |
Patronage respectfully solicited. A liberal j
discount made to the furnishing of Churches. ,
JAS. G. BAILIE <fc BUO.,'205 Broad St..
2(1 House above Bank of Augusta, Ga.
JAS. G. BAILIE, 234 King St., Charleston, S. C.
Aug. 5, 1850, 6m.
'"I'M IE subscriber offers for eale on acrommoJL
dating terms. Two Cotton Plantations on
Little River, Abbeville District Ellington
and Turkey Hill, about
These Lands arc in a hisjh etato of cultivation,
a largo proportion in the woods, and sufficient
low grounds to mnkc ample provision?,
and will compute favorably, in all respects,
wiiu me ucai uoiiiMi ])iniiuitiuu ui ine isiBirJCL.
CIIAULES T. HASKELL.
September 23, 1869 21?tf
NO TIO JEll
SINCE purchasing the STEAM MILL formerly
owned by A. L. Gray, I have repaired
the Engiue and Boilers, nnd have the
IH FULL OPERATION. ,
The Grist Mill will be attended to as before. 1
All orders in my line will be promptly at
HUGH WILSON, sr. i
September 28, 1859,
ALL Persons Indebted to the late firm of I
WARDLAW A LYON are requested to
make prompt payment, as they are anxious to 1
close up the business. Their accounts as here- i
tofore will be found in the hands of Messrs. j
Jordan & McLauciilin, their successor*, at the ]
old stand. <.
WARDLAW A LYON.
Deo 17 1868 - "X9 tf
BELTING! BELTING U 7" !
FOR GIN BANDS, for sale at the Depot in
this plaoe, "-a lot of superior Gutta Peroha
Belting 4, 6 and 8 inches in width. Thia
belting w ill be sold at first cost, and persons
wishing such would do well to call soon.
J>. R, SONDLEYV
Agent G. <fc O. R.
TILLED before .me, by John Chandler, one
X BORRF.L- MARE, With white legs and
biased faee, supposed to be fifteen years of age,
JaII... v? *
"UM "KF* **BH?yW??" ?? uy *f ?lilt;a
MagiH, J. R. Ellis, and A.' P. Lind^y. ?The
D. W. HAWTHORN, M*g*t.
8?p. SO, J?.
The friends of Capt. G. M. MATTISON respectfully
announce him as a candidate for
Tax Collector at the next election.
The friends of JAMES A. McCORD respectfully
announce him a? a Candidate for Tax
Collector at tlio next election.
The friends of Dr. J. F. McCOMB respectfully
announce him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector at the next election
tar We arc authorized to announce S. A.
HODGES as a Candidate for Tax Collector, at
the ensuing election.
The friends of C?pt. W. 8. HARRIS,
respectfully announco him as a Candidate for
the ollieo of Tax Collector of Abbeville Dietria
nt the next election.
The iiumcrou* friend* of WESLEY A.
BLACK E?q., respectfully nnnnnnM i.;?
Candidate for Tux Collector at the next election.
The friends of IIKNRY S. CASON respect
ully nnnuouiice him as a Candidate for Tax
Collector, nthe ensuing election.
|f The friends of JOHN A. HUNTER respectfully
announce him a candidate for the
office of Ordinary, at the next election.
The friends of Col. J. G. I3ASKIN respectfully
announce him a candidate for the
office of Ordinary, at the next election.
LI VERY STABLES,
BY COBB & CRAWFORD,
ABBEVILLE, S. C. T
THE Undersigned would inform tho
r I public tlint. they have formed a eopart
nership l?>r the purpose of conducting
THE LIVERY STABLE BTSLVESS IN
ALL ITS DRANCHES.
They have taken the well-known Stables attached
to the lot of the Marshall House, oeeupicd
last year by P. S. Hull edge.
These Stables, fronting on Washington Street
i ? * - -
....inn-ii repaired un?i rctited ncd arc now w?l.
provi<lo?l with provender ami attentive Hostlers.
f<?r tlie accommodation of the public.
Mr.. CRAWFORD, one of the finn. may always
bu fouml at the Stables, and lie hope?, by
close attention to business. to merit and receive
a liberal share of public patronage.
The Stables will lie provided with BUGGY
AND SADDLE HOUSES, to hire, together
with evvry other accommodation usually offered
by ? similar establishment. They have
also, COMMODIOUS for the nccomino?
dation of STOCK DRIVERS, and will furnish
them with provender, at living rates.
J. B. CRAWFORD.
Feb. 63, 1S59 43 tf
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Ojjicr Court <\f Common J'lcusnml Gail Scsioni
N. K. Butler )
vs. J- Attachment.
Wm. H. Lloyd, ) McOuwun, I'l'ill'V Attorney.
YlTIIRItKAS tin: I'lainlifi"on the nineteenth
day of Novi'iiilicr, eighteen hundred and
fifty-eieht, file hi? declaration npninatthe Defen
dant, who, (it. is said.) is absent from hiid with
out th<! limits of this Slate nnd lias neither wifih
in.r attorney known within the *atn?,
whom a copy of said declaration might be i?rt ved
: It is therefore ordered, that the said Defendant
do appear nnd plead to the paid declaration,
on or fore the 1 wentieth day of Noveiulier.eighteen
hundred and fifty-nine, oth- ^
Cl"wise final and absolute judgement will than
huifiveuand awarded against liilD.
" MATT1IKW McI)(>NALI>. C. C. P. Clelk's
Otliee, Nov. 20, ltfoP-ly 30
Cr. M. CALHOUN,
GEXELIL COIIMSSIOX MERCIIWT,
Re}*nold*s St., between Jackson and Mcintosh
Augusta, Gra.; will
attend slriullv to tlic sale of
COTTON, BACON, GRAIN,
Ami nil oilier produce consigned to liint. Per
sonal attention giving to the filling of nil order*
for Hanging, -Hope and Family Supplies.
Liberal Cash advances made on produce in
June 24, 1850, 8 If
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Ottiec Court of Common l'lr.n* ami Ctnil
N K.Butler, Survivor 1
vs. [ Attachment.
Win. B. Lloyd, J McGowanPl'tlF's Atty
WHEREAS the Plaintiff did, on the nineteenth
'* day of November, eighteen hundred and
fifty eight, file his declaration against the Defendant,
who, (it is snid) is absent from and
without the limits of this State and has neither
wife nor attorney known within the same, up
on whom a copy of said declaration might bo
served: It ia therefore ordered, thnt the said
Defendant do appear and plead to the said declaration,
ou or before the twentieth day of
November, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine,
otherwise final and absolute judgement will
then be given and awarded against him.
MATTHEW McDONALD, C. C. P. .
Clerk's Oflico Nov. 19, 1858 SO-ly >
Noticed . j
THE Notes and Account* of the Firm of Jor-i
dan tfc McLauclilin are in my bands for
collection. There are also Notes an*! AccounU
of the old Brsincas of D. A. Jordan# Those indebted
to the firm, or to myself, will come f?r<
ward and make immediate payment to the ud^
D. A. JORDAN,'
May 12, 1859-2-tf
Application will be made tot
ture at its next setting for an amendment
of the Charter of the Theological Seminary of
the Synod of South Carolina aud Georgia^ located
Sept. 7th, 1869. 19 8m
HIE MARSHALL HOUSF
BY E. COBB, Proprietor.
THE Proprietor of the MARSHALL
HOUSE would inform the publio that wiili
his House is still open for the reception of vieK
tore. Having some experience in Hotel-keepv
ing. he flatters himself that he will be able to
please his friends and customer#., ifuj table
will at all times be supplied with
The Very Best The Market ^fiords.
His House is well provided wfth' attentive
servants, and everything to ren deejay, custom,
ers comfortable. . ' 4 jj <
EDMTJKD codu h
Feb. 21. 1869 48 tf
FOR SAT7R a
9 A ft bushels ofodiM.Lii.tt,
^UU per bu?he]
Stoney Point .Akbevfflo 3f?,
pt. 9 18?, 1, tf , r| j;i ^
. ui?spiutio?B, *
T^rSaiSun^ fe ti2hiirietl6g tl for
eonsent, dissolved on theU^Uiiy^istvl
T: *' ?. ,*$ .1*0
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