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8?Uorib?r hn* |?repni'i<l liim?'-lf wtttf
JL KUltrtble npnrntu* f>?r tnklutt AMMIU'TtfPKS
and IMIO'IMO ItAl'llM in the boat stylo
f (ho Art. I'hotrt.vrnplul can bo nmdt of nny
Im, flroto Ambrotypcs or othrr piuturcx, nnd
colored according to nature, either on paper or
canvas. Satisfaction in all instances will bo
given or no charge mndc.
$ As only ft portion of my tiinn onn bo spared
flrom other pursuits, pcnousiWirliiK picture* will
feue call In the morning, at any lilnu from S to
o'clock.
Kooiii over Draneh & Allen's Drug nud Book
Store.
C. II. ALLEN.
Abbeville C. II., July 15, 1857. 12-St
Savannah Valloy Railroad.
AMEBTIMt of the friends of the Suvuunnh
Vnliey Itailrond, will Im held at Calhoun'h
Mills, on Wednesday, the 22tl in.sl., upon whieh
occasion, several speeches will l?<- delivered on
the subject of Hailroads; aUo, a l'ic>jS*ic dinner
mny be expected. The public urc invited to at- I
tend.
July 16, 185?. 12 It
l'rcss copySALES
FOR AUCTUST~
Sheriff's Sale.
BY virtue of sundry Writs of Fiera Facias
to :ne diiocted, I will sell at Abbeville
Court House, on the first Moudny and Tuesday
in AUGUST next, within the legal hours of vale,
the following property, to wit:
5U0 acres, more or less, bounded by Dr. "\V. T.
Jones, Jas. Killiu<rs\vorth, and others, as tlio
property of J. T. Carter, ads. A. 11. McGcc,
for unollier, and others.
I and Lot. in Greenwood, containing
Five Acres, more or less, bounded bv It. C. Gillam,
Tlioa. Chatham and others, ns the property
of J. M. Huge, ads. Mcrritiian ?fc Cliukscules and
others.
1 Negro Girl, Mary, ns tho property of 15. II.
Smith, ud;-. Wm. M. biuith.
TERMS CASH.
T. 11. COCIIRAN, S. A. D.
Sheriff's Office, July 15, 1857. 12-tsd
JAS, f. BARNES
m mi 1 L>Ij oiler his entire Stuck of Dry Goods
Ww and Linen Clothing, for llie remainder of
Ihc senson at
Vory Xiow Prioos.
My Stock of above is well assorted, and presents
raro attractions to those wishing
Olioap GrOOcis.
Just received a fresh supply of
Drugs, Assorted Syrups, Variiislics,
and many such things to suit the season.
Also, some extra Kentucky and Spanish
Saddles, Bridles, Whips, Carpets.
Alno, an a^ortment of HARDWARE and a
pplettdid variety of CllOCKKKV, TIN, Are.
The people uro respectfully invited to yive us
a call. We make liberal reductions ou our charges
for looking.
J. T. JJARNKS.
Lowndesville, S. C., July J, 18.V7. 11?tf
Pay Particular Attention.
PERSONS owing of ine will find ilieir Notes
in the hands of John (i. Willson, Ivsrj., until
just before rdnm day; and then, if not. paid,
will be sued, without pariiuliiy. This will he
adhered to strictly. O'jm w.
. * 51. L. DULLOCK.
July 9, 1P57 11 :5t
> NOTICE.
?H, persons indebted to tlio Estate of Maj.
* jOIIX COCHRAN, dec-cased, are. requested
nake payment by the firt>l of October next.
_ ,nger indulgence cannot be given.
J. N. COCHRAN, F.x'r.
July .I, 1857 11 It
S. D. & H. W. SMITH,
Manufacturers of
MELODEOXS, ORGAN MELODEONS,
A A* J)
Pedal Sub-Bass
JE3C -A- X*. 3VE O 1ST X XT 3VE S? ,
511 Washington Street,
BOSTON.
, "flMIE attention of Clergymen, Committees,
A Schools, fudges, ?te., is invited to the new
Pedal Sub-Bass Harmoniums,
Made and Sold by the Manufacturers.
It is arranged with two manuals or banks of
Keys, the lowest set running an octave higher
than the other, and may be used separately, and
thus get in one case two distinct instruments;
or, by the use of the coupler, the two hanks of
keys may be played at the same time by use of
' tlio front set only. This connected with the
. Sub-Boss, --will produce the ell'ect of a large
organ, arid is sufficiently heavy to fill a house
that seat* from 1000 to 15l)0 persons.
- THli.ORGAN MELODEON is designed for
parlor and private use. The construction is similar
to the Church Instrument, being arranged
; -with two banks of Key a, and when used together,
by means of the coupler, is capable of us great
volume of power as the Church Instrument, when
,used without the Pedals.
Also, cverv varielv of f?.r
Parlor use.
v Purchasers may rely upon instruments from
our Manufactory, being made in in the most
_ , ?-ompletfc and thorough manner. Having re"
moved to the spacious Buildings, 511 Washing.
, ton Street; wc have every facility for manufacturing
purposes, and employ none but the most
i - J '^^experienced and skillful workmen In short, we
1 .? . <Ml promise our customers an Instrument cquul
, r 'if . if not superior to any Manufacturer, and guar.
-ir?-. An We entirtfjxnd perfect satisfaction,
y. . Music Tekchers, Leaders of Choirs, and others
r~* v |ntcr??ted in musical matters, are respectfully in,
vited to visit our ltooms at any time, and oxainV
-Affoe or test lie instrument*, on exhibition for sale
' -at their pl?'astir$. .
* < Aa a%till further gqai'Antee to the politic as
y, , ?W ta.tbt efcoelloncp of thj? Mtfodeons and liar moonr
"Manyfuctorvv we beg leave to
. 'jjfcsfW'f j>y permission,* to tli$ following ljano Forte
5^'. '' ^yauufactUr'grB of Boston, who have examined
^ ? r.-yuK'. snu win give tnoir opiDiofl
tm. p.
',.' ^ " 7?%?ii/$tAi9 ; IWl^U'1 terOtttnslou ; Ilrotfn ?fc Alleu;&
ott } a. w.
". , l ire MoJodeona <t?ul liar
* " ' " yl^^jwaii^W^wHjt ?<-view of purcbasmc'tU'thc fflid.
' ^ye^C'a*11 *fc a v o. the rent credited aa pavt
" ^ $i? vTOy(^dt of?^}e. purchase money. TMb mutter
* ^**j^?^W<irthyyof Special Bote, as it enables those" who
..:* Wpdefliro.a fair leal of the instrument* befo/e purju
>< to obtain it fit 4he expense.of tlip mun0
' Lo lhe.6xte?t it least of a yegiVr?nt.S
-v ^ i. iprdeni from any part of the country or world*
s*"Mwudir6ct to the njjnm jactory in Bouton, with
?a.tiRfactory j-efercnce, will be promptly
and as faithfully cxccutcd aa if the
' present, or employed an ^igent to
1 ' aird ou as resonablo terms*
' ?S^TBcron|(jf,
octavc,~ t Q CO
*Tiyr Scroll leg, 5 octave, in'
? -?l'iauo style, froctavp, " 100
extra finish, 5 octavc, t 115
/"-rjiUfibstyle,carved lug,.,,..... 125
xt .fc- Style, 2 sets of reeds, 150
^.^^P&ao^gtyUs 6 octave,,......., 135
.flwin MUtaLsou, extra finish, 250
' - t J*ednl Sob B&sb Harmonium.., 275
1?' 'Tetters, Certificrtcs and uotwai from the press,
' / from ?fl parts of the world, may be seen at our
* mtaflroora. Descriptivo circulars aeut free to
~y 8. D. A II. W. SMITn,
011 WaMiinirtonSt.. fnp?r lifttiiMrtnX n?otAn
; 1857 x iT 7
^ Curtain Materials.
\VM. SJIEAIt
. i ll AJ8 reived from New York,. Embroidered
. xl iface and Modin CURTAINS; Embroidered
MUSLINS, by the piece: Colored DAMASKS
jftjAINES, with CORDS and TASSELS
14jmaieb; a burn? supply of W^iudow SHADES,
CpRNICES and Ouruvlo Baudr.
.. #*rturell> Canopy Pavilion FRAMES,
Bed#U?da: and 13* Wluhfc'Pink
Mdljloo Paviliioo BOBBINETS. ty.
\_\X(^o, Superior White and Faooy Checked
'*jlia MATT|NG. To .all of which the aUenI'
of Uio public in r^bpcclfully invited.
'nuo 9s, 57?5 ,
STOVES t STOVE*! STOVES!I
'1^1 IK utiAfctaltfttiul, hnn lli*? tigfltl In noil I lip
.1 .PiUrnl i'niiUlnu Slow, "TlCroU," niftntt*
fiMjlnrnt in the Mouth) nml of Nntilhrru Iron,
utiil ut lower price* limn Norllfcrn cmtiugn, iluei'
rtnish uuil nioro convenient. Cull rtud oxamino
I for'youwolves. ? -
Below I i?ivo 1 lio sines of- the Sloven, and tlie
number they cook for; nUn, hiy He-tail Wlcoi?v
nml Ilia number of articles that go with ouch
Stove:
No. 10 co??W for forty, price, . *49.00
? Mo. .? " thirty, " - :ttf.00
No. 8 " twenty, " - nS.OO"
No. 7 twolve, ?? - 27.00
Reach Stove has the following nrticles, without
extra charm':
One extra Grate, and Back,
*'iie ovai noiier,
Uno round do,
1U foot of Pipe,
One Tea Ketile,
One sot of NViille Irons,
One Skillet,
One Iron Heater,
One (?riddle,
One (Jrid Iron,
2 Sheet Ir?)ii Pans,
3 Tin Puns,
One Hake,
One Pot.
Extra l'ijie charged 10 cents n. pound. All
Stoves warranted. Extra casliugs at Foundry
prices.
I have also, a pood variety of Northorn Stoves,
and farmers' Hoilcru, at low price.
[IT Call at II. W. LAWSON'S
Tin Ware Manufactory and Stove Emporium.
July 0, 1?.">7 11 3m
?55?" Due-West Tdtscope and Jmb^nulent
I'reus copy 8 months.
Land for Sale.
THE Subscriber is the authorized Agent, of the
parties interested, to sell the real estate of
JOSEPH AIKEN, deceased. The tract of
Land is valuable, adjuins lands of Dv. Wardlaw,
l)r. Livingston, and others, oil Cidhoim'a
C~ ;ck, and contains about
720 Acres.
I'roporty?negroes?an well as cash will be
taken in payment.
Applications for purchase can be nwle to the
Agent, who lives at Cukesbury.
JOHN W. SURER.
June 2, 1S">7 C tf
The State of South Carolina,
A HUE 1 "JLI E JUSTlilCT.
ng iiiiu.s II. JJEALE, who is now in thu
1YM. custody of the Jjheritl of Ablieville District,
l>y virtue of a writ of cn/>iuK <ul tsathfacirndmn,
nt the suit of Spcncer l'\ Smith, having
tiled in my OlYieo, together with u schedule, on
oath, of his estate and ellects, his petition to the
Court of Counuou I'leas, praying thut lie may be
admitted to the benefit of the Acts of the General
Assembly, inudc for the relief of insolvent
debtors?
It is ordered, that the said Spencer F. Smilli,
and all others the creditors to whom the said
Milton II. I)eale is in any wise indebted, be, and
iliey are hereby summoned, and have notice to
appear, before the said Court, at. Ablieville Court
I louse, 011 Monday, the liftli day of October next,
to shew cause, if 11113' they can, why the prayer
of the petition aforesaid, should not he granted.
MATTHEW McDONALD, c. c. r.
O/liro of Common Pleas. Abhcviiie ^
District, this lluth June, 1857. )
.Inly li, IS57. 10 Cm
Summer Supplies.
wm. si 11:Alt
HAS received from New York his Summer
Supplies of DRY GOOS, embracing a complete
usnn tinent of articles for Ladea' Summer
Dresses: j
rrench Enibroiilcrcies, lloiscry, &.c.: A full
supply of Hip best articles for Ladies' Mourning
Apparel; A variety of articles for Gentlemeii
and Voiilli's woar; Bleached Shirtings and
Sheetings, of the most approved make; 12-4 Linen
Sheetings, Pillow Case Linens, Damask and
Table Diapers, superior Huckabacks and Scotch
Diapers, for Towels ; Towels with Colored and
Fancy Borders; a full assortment of articles for
Servants' wear; Lancaster, Allendale and Mnrscilcs
Quills, (some of extra size and quality,)
with a great variety of articles, suitable for P'..?ntation
and Family use, which will be sol J at decidedly
lower prices for Cash, than can be purchased
on the usual credit terms, Granitcville
and Augusta Shirtings and Sheetings, Cotton
Osnahurt;s and Stripes, at Manufacturers prices.
The public are respectfully requested to cXAinine
tiic assortment.
June 25, 57?0
Straw Bonnets at Cost.
OWING to the advanced state of the season,
we will sell our entire stock of STRAW
BONNETS, GENTS STAW and LEOIIORN
HATS, off at Cost, without reserve, for Cash
only.
Gents in want of a good SUMMER HAT,
will find a large assortment at Cost, at
CHAMBERS ?fc MARSHA LLS,
No. 1, Griupte Row.
Abbeville C. II , July 2, 1857. 10-lf
PERFECTLY SAW.
I II AVE an Agent traveling in this District,
who will cull ou you ull ut au early day, to
put up
Otis' Patent Lightning Conductor,
at 35 cents per Toot. Should ho fail to visit you
ns soon as you may desire, write to me at Greenwood,
and the work will he promptly attended"
to.
All work warranted to givve satisfaction.
R. II. MOUNCE.
July 1, 1857. ' 10 tf
Ladies* Traveling Dresses.
WILLIAM SHEAS
HAS received from New York, Lupin's French
DEBEtiE; Himalaya and Silk LUSTRES,
GRAVELLAS, aud other articles j(or Ladies'
Traveling Dresses.
Also, Ladies' LrAen Duster*, or Clonks, for
traveling, to wliicli lie respectfully iuvitea the
attoution of tlio public.
"* June 26, 57?9
Whalebone Skirts.'
?: 'r wm. shear,
CIAS received ftp in New York, a large supply
JPL. bf?Ladi<:rt' aQ^MisSca' Whalebone SKIRTS,
ortljrf&i'Kt approved styles.
- tMho, Ludi?a'. AVJiite -J IAI It CLOTft, and
Cambric SKIRTS, and Grans CLOTHS, of superior
quality, to which the attention of llic public
is respectfully invited,
June 25, 57?9
Georgia Sarsaparifla
rF QUAlll} MOTTLES, made of Sarsaparilla
RpotI only. TIiobo "preferring this
preparation, ehoulcl express in their ordcis?
' DENNIS' GEORGIA SARSAPAltlLLA.
t m -?
>uu<> 10?o i 8 - "3m
Georgia Sarsaparjlja Compound,
. ... OR DENNIS' ALTERATIVE,
For Liver Coin plaint! and to Purify the I>loo<L
TUBLIC opinion and Physicians havo decided
that this is the best preparation of SARSAPARILLA
that cau be obtained. It sells readily
and gives good satisfaction. Its ingredients are
well Ifuown to Physicians and the people at the
South, to be good, and good medicines, when appropriately
used, often effect great cures.
Nothing inore need be said in praise of it,
than to publish what it is composod of. It contains,-in
addition to Sarsaparilla, the hydro-alcoholic
extract of Queen's Delight, (Stillingia,)
White Asb, Grey Bread, or Fringe Tree (Chionanthua)
Tincture of May Apple, or Mandr^ke,
(Podophyllum,) and Blood Root, (6unguinaria.)
Those preferring this Compound Preparation
oi oarsaparilla, should expresatheir orders?
tST Dennis' Alterative, JP
OR GEORGIA SARSAPARILLA COM- 4
POUND.
June 18, 1857. 8 3m
t3t For sale in AbbevHIe by WaRDLAW
& LYON; Cokesbury, by GARY k JONB3;
Greenwood, by F. G. PARKS, and by Druggists
generally, 4 ^
PROFESSIONAL CARD.
drt 8. a'siai.lern,
M AV1NQ located permanently ia Greeuvrpod,
JPUL . offers l)ia Professional Services to ?he
public.
He may be found at his Office, next <1oar to
J.* II. Riley's Dru^ Store, unless professionally
engaged.
March ?4, 1857 ' 48 Cjn
W
Otllols. Sprlnftm,
Oroonvillo District.
SPLENDID StlMMKlt RESORT.
4Mt|" TIIK Subscribers having purchased fj&nt
ML thnt well-known and long established Will'
Bummer Resort, Chicks Springs,
within In miles of Greenville, have jtut tlio
premises in tlte,|uosl fhtirough repair. rl hey nre
determined to spare ii9^cir<>rln to make tin:
'SPRINGS all tliut can ho desired, whether to
Wie invalid seeking health, or those ill quest of
pleasure."
r 'Die salubrious and invigorating qualities of
Uiesb waters having lj?en well known to tho
traveling public for the last twenty years, it is
deemed unnecessary to enter into detail; hut
any further Information or reference will he
carefully fntfnislied upon application to cither of
the proprietor's.
The IIOTKL will lie open for the reception of
visitors on the 1st Of June, and will be kept
open' during the season.
It gives us pleasure to add that tho former
proprietors,-.the *M etuis. CHICK, will spend their
summer at the Springs, and will be glad to see
their inauy friends there.
J. T. H KNERY.
*\ TALBIR1),
J. BURSEY.
Ho! for Chick Springs!!
J. P. POOL ?t CO., will be at the Greenville
Depot with good Conveyances ami careful
Drivers, to carry Passengers and their Baggage
to tho Springs. They will also run
A DAILY LINE OF STAGES
To and from tho Springs, leaving Greenville nt
9 o'clock, A. M. Fare ?1.
May 14, 1857 6 tf
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS!!
COIII) NEWS FOR THE PEOrLE I
Family Grocery at Cokesbury!
THE undersigned has just opened a large
Stock of Groceries, at the stand formerly
occupied by Smith, Gray don <fc Co., consisting
of Sugar of various kinds, Coffee, Molasses, Salt
and Hacon, Mackerel in lvils and Barrels, Vine
gar, Rice, Nails, Chains, Pot-ware, Tin-ware,
Shovels, Spades, Powder, Shot, Lead, Caudy,
Nuts, Wines, Prunes, Citron, Currants, Candles,
Sonp, Soda, Sturch, Maccaroni, Pepper, Ginger,
npiee, i.omon Syrup, l'orter, Soda Water, Sardines,
Salmoml, Crackers, Pickles, Sauces, Muhtard,
Preserves, Brandy Peaehcs, Cherries, Wolf's
Aromatic Schnapps. Last, though not least,
Tobacco and a largo lot of Segal's, and many
oilier articles too tedious to mention.
Terms Cash. J. B. BLACK.
Cokesbury, May 1-1 s 1807. S?ly
THE GREAT COMET OF 1867.
SHOULD the earth not come in contact with
the (ireat Comet in June, our friends and patrons
will want BliMAD AND BISCUITS as
heretofore. We extend to them ourannual greeting,
with cordial thanks for past favors, and respectfully
solicit a continuance of the panic. AVc
have just been round and have put all right for
another season. \\ e hope, with the aid of experienced
MILLKKS, to despatch business to the
satisfaction of all who favor lis with their patronage
; besides, our
FLOURING JVIXT1T1,
near Lowndesville and on Calhoun's Creek, at
each of which we make No. 1 FLOUlt, we
would call speeiul attention to our
NEW CIRCULAR SAW-MILL
ut the Graves place, where we arc now prepared
to SAW lumber for " The Million." Also, at
the same place, we have just iiuished n
NEW MILL FOR GRINDING CORN,
equal to the best to be found anywhere.
I/. >. it LU.
LowxKKfivii.LE, S. C., Miiy 1, lt?57. I??3in
THE SECRET INFIRMITIES OF ~
YOUTH AND MATURITY,
Just Published, Gratis, the 25th Thousand:
A FEW Wonls on the Rational Treatment,
without Medicine, of Spermatorrhea or
Local Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions, (iciiiial
nud Nervous Debility, Im|H>tcncy, and Impedimcnts
lo Marriage generally. By 13. DE LANEY,
M. I).
The important fact that the many alarming
complaints, originating in the imprudence and
solitude of youth, may bo easily removed without
medicine, is in this pmall tract, clearly demonstrated
; and the entirely new and highly
successful treatment, as adopted by the Author,
fully explained, l?y means of which .every one
is enabled to cure himself perfectly and at the
least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised
nostrums of the day.
Sent to any address, gratis aud post free in a
sealed envelope, by remitting (post paid) two
postage stamps to Dr. B. DE LANEY, 17, Lispenard
Street, New York City.
May 7, 1857 2 . *2in
HEAD QUARTERS, T
FIRST BRIGADE CAVALRY,)
New Market,,Juno 20/ 1857. J,
ORDER NO. 1.
COL. JIIO. F. TALBERT, of tl.o 2d Regiment,
1st Brigade Cavalry, having resigned,
.LieutcnantrColonel J AS. (J. MARTIN will take
command of said Regiment, till au Electioufor
Colonel shall be lieldv
ORDER KO. 2.
LIEU'T-COL. JAS r. ivrATJ-stv i.
witli order an Election for COLONEL of the 2d
Regimept of the 1st Brigado Cavalry, 011 BAT.U11DAY
the Jirsl Jay of August ticxt, to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the revignatioo of Col.
T albert
By order of
GEN.J'ERRYMAN,
let Brigade Cavulr}*.
Jno. V. Mooke, Brigado Major.
June 25, 57 9 td
Hjr* PrcBfl copy.
Settlement of the Estate of
WILLIAM BUCHANAN, Dec'd.
1%JOTICE is hereby given to the kindred and
_L^I Creditors of th? Estate of WILLIAM
BUCHANAN, deceased, late of Louisiana, and"
especially to those distributees who reside beyond
the limit* of this Stute, that a settlement of all
matters in my hands, as Administrator, will be
made in the Court of Ordinary, Abbevtllo District,
on the23d July uext.
FRANCIS ARNOLD, Adm'r.
April 23, 1857 52 3m
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY.
AUGUSTA* OA.
HIGHT So MAOMUAtPfcy,
CONTINUE the aboto business, in all its
branches, at the AMERICAN FOUNDRY,
and will be thankful for orders for nil kinds
IRON and BRASS Castings -for Cold Mines.
Mills, Rail Roads, Bridges, and Mnchiuery of
nil descriptions.
Jan. 7,1857. 87 6m
To the Farmers of Abboville
District.
WE have.procured the District Right of
the HARRIS SUBSOIL PLOUGH.?
We think it the best plough of the kind that
has ever been introduced. The plough eau be
seen at Greenwood Depot, at work, any time.
TV o will l>e pleased to have it examined by
every Farmer, for the simple reason that the
tnore it is known the better it will be liked.
BAVIS A BOOZER.
.Ti,n? A 10K1 * a
- ?VVI V ' 11
LUIS, PfiASTBR OF PARIS
AND HYDRAULIC CEMENT.
ALWAYS on hand, a bui^v
Lime, Flatter of l'arw anallydraitn&XtoniM
at small advance oa coat for cw/i, *' %
- H. 8i*fiRR.
ag. - ' ; ~^\x
'?*.
JQ??8 * ***** W
Altorneys at Law & Mctt?isla?guity.
oflM-iftniUt o. tt, %'W*
?1 . ,- - ?
WIJ.L praoUoa la Abbavffl^ ,-***?**,
.XauMM^Xrawbefr}*, ?ad a^oimUg .Pi*.:
tricta. Will ptartWlWrtleiWl to
intrusted to (beta.
April 16, 1857 $8? ""
W?jj|
i > m'Jt-iMfci
SMALL PROFITS I
At tlio old. IStAUi
MARSHALL HOUSE, .
B. M. db S. -A? \
BIU; LKAVE TO INFORM Til KIR Fill
that on the K.tli hint., they will bo ready I
them, their largo mul well selected
8T0QK Of HMDY
in overy style, from tho lowest
Black Cloth, Drab d' Te, Linen
Linen Coats, Black Does
Marsailes and Linon
A Largo Stock of all kinds of VESTS, from '
tho Latest Style, which wo are confident will pie
Also, a very fit
???fiT3, ?U8?33? M
India Ru
A very largo, or tho largest Stock of IIATS, c
CAE'S, in every style, from the lowest to the fine
Shirts, Collars, Under Shirts?M
DRAWERS, of every description ; a V
Cravats, Qtoclta, Tios
AT ALL
Umbrellas, Walking-Canes, P
A nice lot of PERFUMERIES, SOAP, of eve
CAP, LETTER, NOTE niul DEED PAPERBUTTONS,
LOOKING GLASSES, n good assor
cussion CAPS. Also, a fine lot of POCKET KP
1NG BRUSHES; A nice assortment of
BTTflftV WtTTDC M-TTOTn/IT T*1
* ?? AAAJ. M) ittUMlVOU 111
Abo, a few urticlea iu the IIAI
Ha.va.xia
OF CII0IC1
Pino Chewing Tolaac
In addition to the above nrticlcs, yon can fi
the (icntlinciiB' Furnishing Goods. Our Stock is
of tlie articles.
Wo will be pleased to show our Stock, am
a call, to sell VERY LOW iu order to muke rou
and judge for themselves.
All we a?k is a trial. We feel coufidenl thai
pleased with both Trices and Goods, as our motto
O* Remember the place?Lyons' Old Stand
May 14, 1S57
NEW SPRING ANl
]V1. ISHAFJ .
INFORM their friends and tho public ill gene
of Beasonuble Goods, such as
Ladies' Dress Goods, Mantilla
Fans, Hosii
OUR ST
Readymac
IS UXUSUA1
Also, a heavy supply of Gents' Furnishing Arl
Hats, SHoe
XJ M B DFL 3
And lots of other articles, in excellent
P lantation
At the Lowest
rioasc call and couviuce yourselves.
Abbeville C. II., April 3, 1?57
MLI3STTI?T&. *
mnn n ? i ^ "
iuiu. i ro[?netors 01 uic aiiokvili.k Uannf.k
JL would respectfully inform tlio public tliut
they arc prepared to executc all kinds of JFol>
Work witli neatness and dispatch. Having
incurred considerable expense for printing materials,
they have no hesitancy in saying that they
arc as well prepared, and can do us neat work
n? any other establishmeut iu the up-country of
South Carolina.
They will u!so keep ou hand a complcto assortment
of
TtTj AJJKS, I
of which wc have now on hand the following
List, to which wo shall continue to add until
we gel a complete assortment:
Hum. Pro.; Fi. Fa. on Sims. Pro.; Ca. Sa. on
Sum. Pro.; Sub. AVrits; Sub. Tickets in Law;
Sub. Tickets in Equity ; Fi, Fa.; Ca. Sa.; Ca. Sa.
iu Case ; Copy Writ in Case,; Deeds of Conveyance
; Declaration on Note; Commission to Exami
no Witnesses; Judgment by Confession in
Assumpsit; Judg. on Writ-of Enquiry, Damages
Assessed by Clerk?Deljt or Assumpsit, Judg^i
by Confession in Debh-ton Single Dill; Judgment
Ou Writ of Enquiry, Daifiages Assessed by Jury ;
Judgment iji . Assumpsit at Issue,-Plea Withdrawn
; Postm" Judgment 011 -Issue Tried, Verdict I
for Plaintiff;;'M<JHg?ge for Personal Property; I
Mortgage of Reul Estate; Magistrates'Summons;
nn t>???: a.._ I
&/U MAVVU^IUIIO I &/U? IlVVU^UIiiUUCO I OU III IIIU JJS lO
Defaulting Jurors
May.,5^8, 1857
"A FEW MORE LEFT."
S. E. .GRAtDON &, CO.,
COKESBURY, S. C.
ALTHOUGH our New Stock of Spring
Goods is rapidly diminishing by the largo
sales we are making, still we would say to our
friends, and the public?Come on, we ltuvo
" A Few More of the same Sort Left,"
and will be pleased to serve you to the best of
our ability.
Were we to attempt to enumerate all our
Stock, the newspaper would not hold it; and
besides, we deem it altogether unnecessary.?
Suffice it to say that we have a large and varied
assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
HARDWARE, BOOTS, SHOES, .
GAITERS, HATS, CAPS, 13 ON NESS, j
Crockery, Glass and Tin-Ware.
ALSO, j
SUGAR, COFFEE,
TEA, RICE, NAILS,
AND VINEGAR,
TRACE CHAINS,
HARNESS, PLOW LINES,
POWDER, SHOT,
LEAD, SOAP,
CANDLES,
STARCH,
SODA, SPICES, <fc COOKING EXTRACTS.
In short, almost anything a reasonable man
could desire.
As to prices, we peed not say we will sell our
goods lower than any one else, for sensible peoBIp
know that such assertions are "all fudge."
ut we do nay that we will deal fairly, and sell
as low as honest men can afl'ord to sell, and we
rcspectftilly invite those in want of goods to give
us a call, as they might "go farther *nud faro ,
worse,"
S. E. GRAYDON & CO,,,
April 16,1857 61 .. tf "--j
~LEAV?LL & CHALMERS, '
DEALERS IN "
AMERICAN A ITALIAN MARBLE,
Main Street, X
ABBEVILLE C. II., 8. C.
" January 38, 18tft. <0 *^n
fW Indop*lid?nt.Prew copy 8 months.
ak
MgETB regutoly on the FRIDAY alter
IT?, th^?econd Monday in e?li mouth, at 8
K*t(i? <Jo?vocAtiofli psay be b?l<l at any time,
bbwlrtpK-to'Wi|L^kadJe?Wl-from the country,
by aoiic0 W,?, 8eorcU?ry
IND QUICK SAIiGS.
d of ST. ST. XiyoiiM,
ABBEVILLE C. H., S. C.
VINESTOOK.,
I KM 1)8 AN1) TIIK PUBLIC < JEN Kit ALIA*,
to oiler to those wliu may lie pleased to call on
-mm clothing,
Ill'ICeS to lilt? lillcwl. rillulili.>? (if
, Marsailos, White and Brown
ikin and Cassimor Pants,
Pants?at all Prices.
75 cU. to $8.00; till of which id well made, und
(iso all inspectors.
to assortment of
iinrsss, sbuepipikbs,
totoers, tfce.
f every description, of tho newest 6tyle. Also,
!?t quality. A very heavy Slock of
erino and Silk; at Low Pricos.
cry large lot and well assorted Slock of
I, CrlOVOS, SOOllS,
l'UIUES.
ens?of choice make; Pencils.
ry description ; a very large Slock of FOOIiSAlso,
ENVELOPES, of ull kinds and sizes;
tnient of COMP.S, BRUSHES, (ilJNS and l'. rflVE-S,
KAZOllS and Razor STRAPS, SUA VfSTRTJMENTS.
CARPET BAftS
ID-WARE LINE ; a fine lot of
i Cigars,
3 DItANDS;
JOO, Six-u.fr, ctoo., tfcc. cfee.
iid a fine ami complete Stock of every tliiucj in
so large thai it is impossible to mention one half
il will assure till llinso who will pleasure us Willi
mi for unother Stock. So we invite ull to comc
I every one who will look nt our Goods, will be
i is?'"Siintll Profits ami Quick Sales."
, at the Murshall House.
13. M. & S. A. WIXESTOCK.
PSUMMER GOODS.
?*3 BRTJSBF1T
ral, that they have now iu 6tore their full supply
s, Bonnets, Ribbons, Parasols,
ery, cfcc., cfcc,
OCK OF
ie Clotliing1
[J.Y LARGE.
liclcs, ullof which wc will sell at LOW PRICES.
5js, Trunks,
EJIjIiAS,
variety. Also, a very heavy Slock of
Dry Goods,
Market Rates.
M. ISRAEL ?t BRUSSEU
Kcxtdoor to H. S- Kerr.
New Spring and Summer Goods
AT CHAMBERS & MARSHALL'S
No. 1 Gri-n,ixito Slango,
ABBEVILLE C. H.. S fi
WE CALL tlic attention of our numerous
frionds, and the Public generally, to our
large and varied assortment of
Fresh Spring and Summer Goods,
The character of which is so miscellaneous that
our advertisement could not represent thn extent
of our Stock, or the inducements offered to purchasers.
Wc can thereforo only solicit the attention of
buyers, ?nd say to them that wo are prepared to
dft thain justice in thn various styles of
..Silks, Barege Bobes, Muslin Bobes,
DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
\ Laccs, Hosiery, Kibbons, Mantillas,
GinrCIIARIS, LA^VNS,
Linens, Organdies, French Print
J a?o onets,
And a Stock, which cannot bo excelled, of
French, Eglish and American
CALICOS.
Our Stock of Silk and Straw Bonnets is full,
of all qualities.
For Ccntlcmona' wear wc have received a
large and well delected Stock of
tVcslings, Spring and Summer Cassimcrs,
WHITE AND BROWN LINEN DRILLS,
DUCKS AND HEAVY LINENS,
And a great variety of HATS suitublo for summer
wear.
April 9, 1857 50 tf
P.flMftARCC IDflU UIIIDtfe
vwnwniEiih mvn vrvnnoi
GEO. SINCLAIR~& CO.,
Near the Greenvillo Depot,
Oolumtoia, S O-,
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS,
AND
Manufacturers of Sleam Engines, Boilers,
Mill Gearing, Grist and Saw Hills. &c.
BEING practical Mill Wright*, Machinists
and Engineers, they will attend to nil orders
in their Hue with promptness, and ou reasonable
terms. e
Repairing done n( the shortest notice,
and Castings of all kinds made to order.
April 0, 1857 60 ly
INSURANCE OPPTfiP
A.t AtotoovlUe O, XX.
^ <?> ? .
The Ashcville Mutual Insurance Company
HAS established an Agency nt tliia place, and
will Insure againvt Kirq, und also upon Lire
Insurance 011 life often secures a living for fam
ilics lliat otherwise would 'be in want. Al?o
valuable Slaves should alwayadp covered by In
surancc. J. G. WILLSON, Ancnt.
May 7, 1857 2 2m
"professional CARD.
THE undersigned having located permanently
at Greenwood, for ine purpose or praoticiug
Medicine, offers his services to the pnblic.
lilt. W. II. DAVIS.
May 28, 1857 '5 ? 8m
1 ?? ?
WUST received a how wipnlv of LADIES'
"fcf DRESSS GOODS,
- 1IONNETS, R1DB0NS,
EMBROIDERIES,
" Manillas.
TRIMMINGS.
H, STRAUSS,
Cokeibary.
'' .. "!? >? ')*; ; ' ' i /hi l i
iff* We are authorised to annouco A. ADOLPftus
WtLLIi^M C?a4f3^ for the of ess?rg^su>
fully ?fw ^ Qfl8<w
** ^ _ .,,,
....... i tw ? i i ?
I -j. ?a i- '" - ut-.-M
GROCERIES. PROVISIONS, HARDLY
A1U5, CUTLERY,
Plantation Implements, &?>.,
ON linnd, ht utoiT, v iili hrgo addition* every
weuk, fur UASll. nt very low prices:
0") Hlila O Yellow 8UGAUM,
ft M (Vunhcil nnd Powdered HtTO AILS,
2 llhtl*. Musoovndo tin.
60 Hnjri Kio, Old(???v. Juvn mid Moclin OolFee,
ft lllid*. Trinidad nu?l \\\ I. MOIiASSKS,
HO WoxfsSprim. Ailniniuilino &Tiillnw ('mullon.
A lari'i' stock of l'ANCY CSKOCKItlKS, muoIi us
Pickles, Syrups. Preserves mid Jellies,
Simces, SpiiH^ Tulile Suit, itc.,
IMucraroni und Starch, --jr.
Fig l>liie, Indigo, Ac.
The very best CIIKWIN'G TOBACCO,
10,00(1 liiioftt selection Kin Hondo SEGAKS,
i..ock, ioiijjup, tilth ami J-.OR I'Mains,
100 Pairs Truce Chains, (assorted,)
lort Kegs NAILS, do.
Tea Kettles, Uoilers and Grid Irons,
Well Duckets, Sifter?, Waffle and Wafer Irons,
Hlue Stone, Copperas and Madder,
Duckets, Tu!>s and Dcmijons,
Iiroad Axes, Foot Adzes, and Collins' Axes,
Home best Plain Pocket Cutlery.
Also, just rcccived, fresh from the Brewery in
Scotland,
12 Bids. Glasgow A,IiF, a very superior article.
Agency for llie South Carolina While Luud
Company, and on liaml,
4,000 Lbs. S. C. White Load, pure, (beautiful,)
4,0tX> " beautiful Zinc Lead, (pure while,)
and a great many other articles ut the lowest
prices for CASH, or on short time to prompt
customors. II. S. KF.UU.
Abbeville C. II., March 12, 1857. 4(J-ly
Valu^olo Farm for Sale.
FH1IIK Subscribers being desirous to remove,
JL oiler for Sale their highly fertile hnuds,
lying in Pickens District, S. C., on tho waters of
Kighteen Mile Creek, containing 531 acres.?
Upon said fann are 100 acres of
Exceedingly Rich Bottom Land,
a rensonablo portion of Wood I.nnd, and the remainder
good fertile Uplund. Pure wholesome
water can bo found in abundance on the farm,
,,,,.1 *1... I 11.-. ? ? - ?
...... V?V . VtMMIIHMIVO.l VI UIO tV'llllllj tJilllllUL 1*15
surpassc J. Good lluildings are also upon the
Fu rm.
Any person wishing lo purchase a Farm, the
soil of which is peculiarly adapted to the growth
of Cotton, Wheat, Cora, ttc., would <lo well to
cull curly, as il will be sold oil accommodating
terms.
Address, MILS. C. M. ALEXANDER,
or EDGAR \V. CLYDE,
I'iekensville, S. C.
April 2, 18.V7 49 tf
Removal.
rl'MlE Subscriber 1ms removed from his old
JL stuiul lo Enright it Starr's Gin Factory, and
returns his thanks for past, favors, and solicits a
slmro of public patronage in his line of business.
lie will make Panel Doors, Sash, Dlinds,
Wardrobes, Tublcs, Desks, Door and Window
Fratnos, &.c.. &n.
y. B.?He will alio make Colli us of llio finest
style it ml finish.
For reference, apply to any gentleman in the
town of Abbeville.
G. C. BOWERS.
April 1, 18.V7 4!> ly
PLUMB & LEITNER,
w holosaXo X>rxiggists,
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
THE Attention of the Public is invited to our
Stock of choicc, unadulterated
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Oils
Paints, Glass, Perfumery, Brushes,
and nil other articles in our line. Wc feel fissured
that no House in the South can oiler a
stock superior to ours in genuineness ami purity.
All our officinal preparations aro made in strict
accordance with I ho formularies of the United
Stales Pharmacopoeia.
Our Stock of Dental and Surgical Instrument*
is full, and we have uuc'iualled arrangements
for procuring additional supplies at the shortest
notice.
Feeling confident that we can furnish onr customers
with the best articles, on reasonable
terms, we respectfully solicit orders and pledge
ourselves to lilt them with fidelity and disputch.
PLUMB .fc LEIUNHR,
Late D. B. Plumb & Co.
Augusta, Uu., April 10, '57 51 8m'2w
New Groods.
M. STRAUSS,
COKESBURY, S. C.,
OFFERS the largest am! best assorted Stock
ever brought to Cokesbury, and prices na
low as the goods on 11 bo bought in Columbia or
Charleston; then I buy my goods in the best
markets, and take small profits.
Call, examine und judg* for yourselves.
M. STRAUSS.
April 23, 18.j7 5:4 3m
J. D. McKTIT J, A ~
Surgeon Dentist,
WOULD most respcctfiillly inform tho citi rAnu
nf Al.liouillr. .....I
that ho will spend the first luilf of oacli month
in Abbeville and the latter half in Kdgetield,
whero ho will be pleused to attend to any professional
calls that he may receivc.
Address?Abbeville (J. II., Greenwood and
Mill Way.
April 23, 18.V7 53 3m
(HT Independent Press copy.
Tailoring.
WILLIAIVI ALEXANDER,
WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of
the community that ho lias located himself
in the building formerly occupied by N.
McEVOV, ns a boot and shoe store, oae door
below the Marshall House, where lie will l>e
prepared to execute with neatness and despatch
nil orders entrusted to him.
April 2, 1857. 49 if
The State of South Carolina,
ABBEVILLE DISTRICT
In the Common I'lcas.
William Willson. )
vs. S Foreign Attachment.
Jan. A. Liddoll. ) Thomson &. Fair, Attorneys.
WHEREAS tlio riuiutilT did, on the eleventh
day of April, eighteen liumlred and fiftj*seven,
file his declurution ugainst the Defendant,
who, it is siiid, is absent from nnd without the
limits of this State, und has neither wife nor
attorney known within the same, upon whom a
copy of tho said declaration might bo served?
It is therefore ordered, that the said Defendant
do appearand plead to the said declaration,
on or before the twelfth day of April, eighteen
hundred und fifty-eight, otherwise final und absolute
judgment will thou be given aud awarded
against him. ,
MATTHEW MoDONAU), c.c.r.
Clerk's Ofliee, April 11, 18&7 51?ly
*
Stage Line
ABBEtTCLLE to WASHINGTON
A T9Aitn ttAnow anrAfirvi-is*
A j'ww)ii nunori o t nuii leaves ADDCV1LLB
on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
. V*
Leaves Washington, Oa., on Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday mornings,
A Daily Train leaves Washington at 7 o'clock
A. M., for Atlanta.
OFFICE at the POST OFFICE.
. _ JOHN McBRYDE, Agent.
Abbeville C. U?. April 9.1657. CO ly
HATIONAMPOLICE GAZETTE.
f Crime aiid Criminals
'oar, and is widely1 ciroontry.
It contains all
i) Cases, and appropTi?,
together wiln ipforers,
not to be fOuu<J in
> J*by Babseribers, (who
/ XS" nauoual I'ollee Garotte,
I AriS *,,**
U SWANJI CO/flL^TTBilfiS.
Tlw Most Drtllltint Seliem& Ever Drawn.
O A. r*IT A. lT r*riX!B3Q
900,000.
TICKCTS ONCY TEN DOLLARS!
OWING to the great favor with which our
Bingle Number lotteries linVe >lf*en recelveil
by (lie public, mid llir large ticmutul for
Tickets, tho Managers S. Swoii <fc To., will
liuvo a drawing each Saturday throughout the
year.
The following ScliPiue will ho drawn iu cacli
of their Lotteries for July( lti.r?7 :
class 43,
To ho drawn in tho City of Atluutn, Georgia, iu
publict 011
Saturday, July 4, 1857.
class
To be drawn in the City of Atlunta, Georgia, iu
puuuc, on
Saturday, July 11, 1857.
CLASS 45,
To be drawn in tlic City of Atlanta, Georgia, in
public, on
Saturday, July 18,1857.
CLASS 40,
To bo drawn in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, in
public, on
Saturday, July 25, 1857,
On tho l'lan of Single Numbers.
0,0 0 3 PHIZES.
jVcarti/ One Prize to ever;/ 2Cinc llckcl* !
30,000 Tickets! Magnificent Schcmct
TO l?E niSAWX
EACH SATURDAY IN JULY!!
1 prize of $(>0,000 in $110,01)0
1 *? tiD,000 is 20,O0o
1 " 10,(100 is I0,0u0
1 ?? 5,000 ia . 5,000
1 f>,000 is. 5,000
1 " 2,51)0 is..." li.fjOo
1 '? 2,500 is 2,500
1 " l.OnO is...y? 1,000
1 " 1,000 is....." 1,00U#
1 " 1,000 is 4 1,000
45 prizes of. 8(10 arc 13,500
100 lllllnro mrtAA
loo " 50 are 5,00o
APPROXIMATION PU1ZJ-3.
4 prizes of ?'1*25 npprox. lo ?fiO,000 nro $000
4 " 175 ? 20,01)0 '? 70<l
4 " 100 '? 10,000 '? 40i) ,
8 " 80 ? 5,000 " CIO
8 " f>0 '? 2,500 " 400 ta ?
12 " ?0 " 1,000 " GOO
28 " 25 " 500 '? 700
3,000 " 20 avo
3,'.i05 Prizes amounting to ^
Whole Tickets, #10?Halves, 25?Quarter
Plan of the Lottery,
The nrtnibcrs from 1 to 3o,(>00, corresJ
with thoBo Numbers o? the tickets, pi'ii
separate slips of paper, are encircled wit
tin tubes mid placed in one wheel.
The first 218 Prizes, similarly printed i
circled, are placed in another wheel. Tin
are then revolved, and a number is dfaw.
tho wheel of Number" and at the a^rru
Prize is drawn from tho other wheel. Tli
her and Prize drawn out aro antum/l m.r)
ed to the audience, and registered by th
inissi oners; the Prize being placed ago :
Number drawl). This operation is repet
til all the Frizes are drawn out. '
Approximation 1'uizks.?The two pi
an?l the two succeeding Numbers to tho< .
ing the first 18 Prixes will be entitle*
72 Approximation Prizes, according
Scheme.
H.uuO Prizes of ?20 will be determine
lust figure of the dumber that draws I
ooo Prize. For example, if tho Nuinbf
ing the $50,OdO Prize ends with No. 1, ^
the Tickets whero tho number ends lu 1
entitled to $"20. If the number ends v \
2, then all the Tickets where the numbci
2 will he entitled to $'-0? and so on to 0.
Ccrtificutca of Package* will be sold at tho J
following rates, which is the risk: %
Certificate of l'aekngc of 10 Whole TiekctP, $80
? ? 10 IIah" 40
41 " 10 Quarter <( SJo
? "10 Eighth ? ? MO
In ordering Tickets, enclose the money to our
address for tho Tickets ordered, on receipt of
which they will be forwarded by first mail.?
Purchasers can have tickets ending in any figuro
they may designate.
The List of drawn Numbers and Priaes will
be sent to purchasers immediately after tho
drawing.
Purchasers will pleaso writ** their signatures
plain and give their Post Office, County and
State.
Remember that everv nri*f I* .lmw.i
. " l'"J ??
blc in full witlfout deduction.
All prizes of one thoiivniid dollars mul under
paid immediately after the drawing; other prfccu
at the usual time of thirty days.'
All conuminicntioiiB strictly confidential,
Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other tickets
nt either oflice.
Address orders for Tickota or Certificates of
I'acknpea of Tickets either to
EB" A list of the nnmbers that arc drawn
from the wheel, with the amount of the Prizq
that each one is entitled tor will be published
aftes every drawing, in the following papers:?
New Orleans Del In, Mobile Kegistcr, Charleston
Standard, Nashville Gazette, Atlanta Intelligen-.
cor, Now York Day Book, and Savanufh RJoruing
News. *
S. SWAN &. CO., Atlanta, Ga,
or S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala.
July 17, 185C ly
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
MTIIE Subscriber offern for Sale hU Afe
IIouso and Lot ami adjoining Form, JtT
situated in ami near the Village of Gveeuwmut,
Tho Tract contains ubout
One Hundred and Forty Acres,
of which ubout Forty Acres is WOODLAND,
The Dwelling is a One-story Cottage Building,
with Eight ltooniB, besides Pantry and Closet*.
Ou the premises are u good Kitohou, Negro
House, Smoke House, Carriage House, and Sta<
bles, and an excellent Well of water. Tho dwell*
ing has uew aud elegant Furtiilnre, which will
be sold with the premises, if desired.
The Villuge of Greenwood is one of the most
desirable places to live at in tho baol; country,
being perfectly healthy, and having good souioty
and excellent Schools.
Part of (he purchase money will bo required
in Cash. For tho balance, tho terms will bo ao*
commodating.
WM. II. GRIFFIN.
March 4, 1857. 45 ' tf
HOUSE BUILDING.
rrMIB undersigued is now prepared to <lo al)
JL. work cutrusted to his cave, in tho Build'
ing Line; to Draw Plau? and erect all deecrip.
lions of Buildings, from a onoBtory home to ?
Court House.
Haviug received Instructions from the best
Architects in the Union, he flatters himself tliut
he can have work done in ? * ?.!/? > '
. . -Jrwum ?u uu<4
(is cheap as can b? done in Now York.
Rurxacxcica.? King 6c Kellum, Architects,
Brooklyn, New York; Win. Gainer, Architect,
of alow York City: Ferryman & Waller, New
Market; Dr. John P. Barrait, Barrattavillp.
HENRY JONES,
New Market, Doc. 1C, 1850. 85 tf ,
SPECIAX^ANNOUNCEMENTJ
To tlio XjadLi6s.
WE ore now ready to exhibit Uie largest
and most attractive unsorlnient of new
Styles of Spring oncTSunimer
BONKTBTS.
pmongst them'sOflB DeuutUal Paris Trimmed,
Silk and Crape. Also, a ???
French Flowers, Rpuches, Ac., /
to be fonad at - v v *
CHAMBERS Ac. MARSHALL'S,
No, 1, Granite Range. '
TERMS CASH I ruicxs LOW /
March J8, J850, 47 if
^ ^ r*.
Misae* Trimmed and Unttfmmcd
XiesHorzi 33Cat?,
. AT CHAMBERS <t MARSHALL'S,
March 20,1857 46 * -tf

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