Eighth Regiment, S. C. M., )
Junk 6tii, 1869. y
THERE will be an Election held fur Major
in the Upper and Lower Battailous of the
8th Regiment, at their respective company
Muster grounds, on SATURDAY the SECOND
day of JULY next?in the Upper Battalion, to
fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation
of Major J. II. CUNNINGHAM ; and in the
Lower Battalion to (ill the vacancy occasioned
by the promotion of Major WM. M. ROGERS.
The managers of the Election of euch Battalion
will meet on Monday following, at their re
upective Battalion Muster grounds, count the
votes, declare the Election and transmit a report
toftheTMee polled to Gen. W. C- MORAGNE.
Cant. W11. J at and Cupt. Joiin Winbuuh, are
Kl. _.1 ?:.u ?l-- T.' ? !
vuoigcu Willi lue CfJLMUBKIU Ul (U1H UTUeT.
By order of i
Col. WM. M. IIOQERS.
J. Hunter, Adg't.
Juu? 9 1869 7 2 t.
One Thousand Dollars Reward,
MISSING from the Mail of the 5th *Mny,
from Charleston to Abbeville Court
tloute, a package containing Five Thoimjnd
l)ollars, of the notes of the Hank of Charleston,
6. C., of Various denominations.
The above reward will be paid for the recove
ry of the money, or in pioportion for any part
Cashier Bnnk of Charleston. S. C.
.June 3, 1859. 7 . tf
Ladies' and Gents'
jj AUZE Meiino, Lisle Thread and Silk
Vfl UN DERVESTS. for Summer wear, at
GRAY ?fc ROBERTSON'S.
June 9, 1859 7 If
A*7E will continue to sell our Stock of
V Y Goods, which is still pretty large,
r O H CASH.
We also have some Goods which we will dispose
Under Cost to Clear Them Oat
Purchasers are invited to call and examine
ur PRINTS, colored and black
u\v!ws rar.nuH x<p m
u? 11 imj uinuuiimuj u/lfij W(Ji)
which they can buy now at 26 per cent, below
Black, Blue and Pink Beraget from 22 cts. up
Poile de Chevre, at rivets, worth 18Jc.
Chatnbray and De Beges at 11c.
Swiss, Jaconet and checked Muslin, a large
ainortment from 7c. up.
Brilliants, while at 10c., colored, a good article,
at 121c., worth 18?c.
Bed Ticking from 8c up.
Black Alpaca, Queen's Cloth, and Drap
d'Ete at vety low prices.
Cotton Yarn at $1.05 per Bunch.
160 of those cheap N. W. Collars and Sleeves
at one fourth their real valuo.
KISSES' STEEL SPB1NG HOOP SKIRTS.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Still a good assortment for Ladies, Misses, Children
and Servants, also for Men, Boys and
Bony Umbrellas at ?3.50 to ?<1.
of all sorts, cheaper thsn ever?as low ss 75c.
for Coats even. Pants at 60c. and Vests at 76c.
First Quality Silk HaU at $3.60, black high
crown Cassitnere at $2.26.
Low Crown Cassimere and Wool Hats at unprecedented
Our stock of Straw Hats will b? closed out
rurcnasers win consult their own intereitbj
calling and buying from
M. ISRAEL & BEUSSEL.
P. S.?We not only' pretend to sell at coat,
but we will do it, as the goods must and will
be sold by the first of August next.
June 1, 1859, 6, tf
GRAY & ROBERTSON
From Former Prices,
Their Entire Stock
FANCY AND ROBE SILKS,
SHAWLS AND MANTILLAS,
Real Lace, Swiss, and Jaconet
Sett* ( Collars and Sleeves.
rpHE Miwn being far advanced for selling
X saeti good*, and being overstocked, we
wears determined to clear them out at a
"gfwat sacrifice." They are all new and of
the latest styles. Ladies who are not yet supplied
will find this a rare change to do so, at
Us. 1. Granite Banie,
June 1, 1869, 6, tf
ALLEN & DIAL,
Importere and Dealer* in Engluk and American
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
Iron, Steel, Vails Castings,
Bolting Cloths, Mill Irons, Sugar Pans
In4la Bahber and Leather
Crtpeatm, Blaekraiths tod Tuitt*! Tool*,
KoO#plte?r>tag apd Furnishing Hardware;
Afttaliarallnipfeiatata, Lhne, Cement, PlMQiU.
Frtpoband Anoeriean "Wi?d?w
OlMA, Ooift, Rifle*, Piatola, 8hot BelU, Patrder
Flaeke, Powder, Shot, Ae.,
WHOISt ALE OE BSTAK,
*t the Mg? of Um fehfeft MM .
OoltsmlaiS, ifc. Co
JoBe*? JIW,S, tf
iffas constantly on hand, and is i
To which lie respectfully invites the attention of I
.s selected with great care, and consist* in part, o
mzs m a jaaz nom: :
Fine Toilet Soaps, Fine ]
TRUSSES AN? SB
SURGICAL AND DEN'
Pure WINES and LIQUO]
nwu TOBACCO, J33XT
FAKCY AND TOI
N. B.?Physicians' preocriptions carefully conn
Mcdicine* warranted genuit
May 19, 1859, 3-tf
E. J. TAYLOR, Proprietor.
A large Stock of Carriages and
Buggies on Hand.
THE Subscriber takes pleasure in informing
those who are in want of Carriage* or Buggies,
that he has, within the last few weeks,
visited some fifty of the most popular Carriage
Factories in the New Engluud States, and has
with great, care had
Manufactured to Order
some of the best of work.
Expressly for this Market,
and now offers the same for sale at prices that
cannot be beat ill this country. This work,
with a large stook of my own manufacture, ia
warranted to be of the best material and work
Having mnJe all necessary arrangemets with
the best Manufacture* I am prepared to furnish
t?? order every style of Carriage, from the fluent
Coach dowd to a child'n Wheelbarrow, at the
shortest uotice, aud at very low pric<a fur fine
Please give me a call, and examine the work.
My stock consist*, at this tune, at followa:
ROCK AWAYS?diff?>ret si yl<?,
DOUBLE SEAT BUGGIES?no top,
SINGLE SEAT BUGGIES?difFeret atyJes,
Extension Top, Sliding Sett BUGGIES,
Single Seat TOP BUGGIES, (fine,)
Wool-stuffed and common COLLARS,
UARNE&3?fine for 916, ftnc' upward*.
WUIPS.a large stock, t from 25 cla. $3,
Fine FLY N ETTS, for horae*.
BUGGY UMBUELLAS, beat quality.
Children's Carriages and Gigs,
in fact almost every article kept iu a Carriage
My stock of Trimmings are fine and large, and
I I am therefore prepared to do all kinds of re
pairing at the shortest notice and best atyle, at
prices that cannot be underworked by auy Shop
n the up cuuutry.
I have on hand a few good Buggiea and Carriages
which I will sell cheap.
HI LI ?.i ... - _ _.ll
I ilie pilUHC tliu IllVlfCU i?i g??0 iiio BWU
examine the work, if they dou't wuh to buy, as
I churge nothing fur looking.
I am ulso prepared to receive ordera for any
Bty1c of Furniture, and deliver the sumo to thia
p]nce, at as low prices is can be bought in any
I will also furnish SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES
ht New York prices, with only the
E. J. TAYLOR.
Abbeville C. H, May 17, 1869. 4?3m
WILLIAMSTO N SPRINGS
finty T1IE Proprietors of thia large and comJBUlL
modious HOTEL take pleasure in announ
?? i.* .1.-4 in. ??.?
reception of company, and ia under the management
of H. T. TUSTIN, one of the proprietor.
The Hotel is now completed, end many comforis
and amusements added over the lust season.
The Hotel is capable of accommodating 500
persons, and the proprietors can say with confi
dencethat for large and well ventilated rooms it
cannot be surpassed at any watering place, ant1
every effort will be made to meet the expect*
tion of both he seekers of pleasure and health
As to the medicinal qualities of the water, we
can s y that we knf?r of no invalid who has
fjiven it a fair trial but what has gone away beieving
that they wera greatly benefitted.
There is a good Livery Stable kept in connection
with the Hotel, where good Horses aud Vehicles
can be had at all timet.
The Williamaton Springs are situated immediately
on the Greenville A Columbia Railro/id,
in Anderson District, S. C., one hour's run on
Railroad to Greenville village. 7 hours' run to
Columbia, and 16 hours' to Charleston, 8. C.,
and Augusta, Ga.
H. T. TUSTIN,
J. G. WILLSON.
May 26, 1869 S fit
By WILLIAM HIIX, Esq., Ordinary of Ab
WHEREAS. D. 8. Benson haa applied to
" me for Letters of Administration, on all
and singular the gooda and chattels, rights and
credit* of Mrs. Catherine Hodges lata of tbeDia
trict aforesaid, dee'd.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish aland
singular the kindred and creditors of said
deceased, to the and appear befora me, at our
next Ordinary** Conrtfor the said District, to
be holden at Abbeville Court Hoose. on the
eighth day of 17 'Jatie Inst, to show
eaaee. if may,-, why the said Administration
should not oe granted.
Given under my band and seal, thisseadnd
day ?? June, in the year sf our
Loud oaa thousand eight bnndrad and fiftyfjae
and in the eighty-eeeond y&r of
M> American Independent. ^
W. HILL, O.A-. D
/one 0, lfiM-5-St
now receiving n. fresh supply of
liit friends and the public generally. Hi* stock
f tlie following articles:
: ?cza mm 9
Hair and Tooth Brushes,
:MC E :r. -y ,
tOULBER 3BBA ES,
SIS for Medical Purposes,
UPP A3\rr> OIGAIIB,
pounded, and all orders correctly answered,
ne, and of the best quality.
What has caused this great oommotiou
The country, country through T
LAST FALL WE SAID
Cheap Goods for Cash was all th? rage,
The greatest blessing of the age.
THIS SPRING WE ADD
r|^ilAT we are nrmed and equipped as the
X. demand require?, with n much Larger,
Better and Cheaper Stock of Good* thuu wa
have ever offered Gefore.
80 FAR FROM
THE CASH SYSTEM
Having proved a failure, each successive month
has shown a steady increase. We shall not
LllPl-cforo Kl.an/tnn tl.- 1?? i
here to it more closely than ever. Old Fogies
may cry, ' Peace 1 jieacel!" but there shall
be no peace until it is known as far as the Enat
is from the West, that Abbeville is the best
market for the purchase of Dry Goods, and
that MOORE <b QUAIFE'S is headquarters
for style, price and quality.
Come then, all ye sons and daughters of
YOUR GOODS FOR CASH
And be no longer led hv those who hold out
long time and big profits.
? Here it is hardly necessary for us to sav that
one of our firm was one of the first fn ibc
Northern Markets, and nearly the last to leave
it, and that we have many of the novelties of
the season, consisting in part, aa follow*:
Barege Mantles, $7.60.
Mantillas at $1.00.
Robe a Quillet.
Robe a Lea.
Rob* A L Imperative*.
Double Skirt Robes,
Robe A 2 Volant*.
Robe A 2 Jups* Volant*.
Bonnet* from 26ct* to $10.
Circular and Quaker Fans.
White ami Col. Pique.
Tine Back Combe, $7.00
Barege Robes Double and Single.
Plain Bareges, l'2|cU.
Thunder and Lightning Hats.
Straw Hats of every color and styl*.
Clothing of all styles and prices.
We hand you this short list but if yoa will
bring with you the C.A S II, we can show
you many goods that will make your hearts
leap for joy, and pay you well for coming fifty
and even an hundred miles.
Fearing that we shall occupy more space
than the Editors of the" Banner" and " Press"
had the kindness to reserve for us, we shall
make but one more appeal.
It is to those who live at a distance to
come to town, and if you cannot buy all
of your goods of us for Cash, you will find
some of the Fogies who are clever fellows and
ever ready to welcome you inside the portals of
their doors, rind extend to you that which we
refuse?Time! Time!! Time!!!?until time
shall be no longer on their books, then take
from you a scrip of paper on which is written,
"One da}- after date," Ac., with your name at
Our advice -?oald be, bring with you the
"filthy lucre," and pay as you go; then,
v^aim win he iny sleep as intant slumbers,
Pure as the purest thoughts thy dreams,
And all the joy this bright world numbers,
Shed o'er theo her mingled beams.
MOORE <b QUAIFE.
April 6. 1659?49-tf
IN view of making room for oar fall purchases,
we will on and after the first of Jane next,
ofTer our entire stock of dry goods, Hals uud
Our stock of dry gooks embraces all the latest
styles, faney SILKS, T18SUE8, CALLICOES,
DERAGKS, BRILLIANTES, MUSLIN8 and
GINGHAMS, White and Priuted Double
SKIRTS and FLOUNCES.
On the first Saturday in JUNE, we willeommence
goods at 10 o'clock, A, M., and continns to do
AO OH ?Viirt> flMlnrilMV tint il fit?iK??
. w. j ?' ?fill IIUKlUfl
We would especially call the attention of lite
ladira to Una Dotioe, aa it will afford them an op*
portunity of obtaining soma rich aud beautiful
good* for a email outlay of monry.
Term??A credit till the first of January next.
APPLETON A E. M. PERRYMAV.
New Market, S. 0., May 38, lbSO. 4 -^ia.
~ NEW ABWmS>~
MOORE & QUAIFK
HAVE received s new lot of Mantilla*,
Laoe Point*, and aomethins naw in Lao*
Shawle, Round I'ointa. Alao, a fiw more
so ?rai?r? imaMlfmm
Hvyti, v*. 4-tf
W. N, MERRIWET1R
HAVING COMPLETED HIS
NINTX SIX, S. O.,
(NEXT DOOK TO rOOSBK A CASTER'S.)
WOULD respectfully call the attention of
hia friendi ?ud tun public generally to
bit fin# at rock of
O ZEE 3EI M IO ALS,
aDd solicit their kind patronage and liberality.
He proponea selling Drugs as low as any first
clasa Drug Store iu the up country. His stock
ia complete, and everything sold by him is
warranted to he fresh and genuine. At bis
tore way be round
DYE STUFFS, PAINTS. OILS
Varnishes, Varnish sod Paint Brushes,
Spices, Mace, Cloves. Pepper, Teas
of all kinds, Buggy and Carriage
Also, a fine lot of CHEWING TOBACCO,
and SEGARS of the heat brands.
A large and varied stock of exeelUst
j He also offers Confectioneries,
Pur* Old Port, Madeira and Maliega
At exceedingly low figures. Also, a good article
of Apple Vinegar, Kerosene, Oils and
Fluids. Lamps of nil kinds. Wicks for any
kind of Lamps, and everything usually kept !
in a fir?t class Drug Store.
Prompt attention will be given to all.
May ft. 18.*?9?1 -tf
COLUMBIA COTTON MILLS
THE subscribers have just added a complete
to their factory and are now prepured to furnish
Merchants ana I'lenters with varioui styles of
They will pay a fair
for all wool sent them, or they will manufacture
it into cluth for parties wishing it, at 12|
cents per yard?furnishing the warp for the
Persons sending us Wool hnd best wash it,
before sending, but it can l? sent, just as it
is nheared from the sheep. Black and white
wool hnd best be kept separate.
We would especially urge upon our patrons
the great necessity of sending in the Wool as
soon as clipped; if this rule is followed, the
parties would always be sura of having the
cloth in ample time.
We are determined to supply no goods hut of
the moat superior kind, and guarantee our cus
tomers that it will be more to their interests
to patronise a home enterprise, than to buy the
irashy Blutf of our northern friends which is
only made to sell.
We will still supply our celebrated Osnahurgs.
Also Cotton Yarn at the lowest rates for
Mr. JOHN McBRYDE is our agent at Abbeville,
and will take orders for uoods, pur?
chase all Wool offered to him at fair market
pries*, and attend to nny busmen* for u?.
JAMES G. GI11BE3 <fc CO.,
Columbia, S. C.
April 29, 1859-3ra
Millinery and Dress-Making
MRS. SMALL, in returning her sincere
thanks for the liberal support extended
to her by the Lndiett of Abeville, and its vicinity,
during her aojouru amongst (hem, begs leave to
say that in her
she has just received her latest
Pari ian and New York Fashions
For the Spring Trade.
Varied etylrs of
Basques, Sacquese, Berthas, &c., &o.
In addition toiler Dress-making Department,
Mr*. Small would with to call lbs attention of
of Ladies to her
now thnt she is permnnently located amongst
them. This season she hue entered more extensively
than 'ormerly in that line of buaineiw,
being always supplied with th? latest styles of
Wedding and Mourning Bonnets,
Colored Silk and Crape Bonnets,
Head Dresses, &c.
To those Ladies who may honor her with a
call she feels assured of giving Malefaction. Receiving
her fashions monthly she will be able to
furnirh the LATEST STYLES.
In her Millinery*Department ahe will furnish
material, or will make to order with the material
furiiistted. any article in thin line.
VW Bonnets. Hats, Ao., trimmed to order.
t House adjncent to Mr McDonald's.
Magazine Hill, Abbeville C. H., )
April 27, 1869. ] 1-eow-tf
B. in. St S. A. WINSTOCK,
RESPECTFULLY inform their friends and
customers tbat they have just returned
from thu Northern Markets with a handsome
Latest Styles and Finest Quality.
In short, from the smallest size to the largest.
Also a very large and tasty stock of
BOOTS and SHOES,
Hats and Caps, Shirts,
Collars, Cravatt and Pocket Snivel,
aod all other articles necessary to make a complete
You can find every thing fine and nice, and
for the quality of the Goods, very low for Cash,
or on short time. A very large stock of
And Sixty Boxes Tobacco,
which we will sell cheaper than can be bought
We are ?ary thankful to our caitomera for
paat favor*, and wa hop* to receive a ahara of
B. M. A 8. 1&NEST0CK.
Corner Marshall Home, Clothing Depot.
Abbeville. March 81, 1869, 48-lf
, , li__
New Good*! New Ctoods!!
GREAT BARGAINS I /
"ITIT'ISHING to reduce my Slock, I offer aome
VY of my GOODS
Less than. Cost,
aome at Cost Pwon, and the balanee with
VERY SMALL PROFIT.
My Stock la t*tt large tad aalacted with
HOoVbK?RT8 for 80 eta
Wferofaod White BRJLLIANTJSS, ]? ?ta
Lady'S SMPFCra - 60 at*
< Xinen CXUt%j^T - * TOW
' April 1,388#/?f
FURNISHNG GOODS. =
TEN QUARTER ll-4 and 12-4 Linen aod
4-4, 6-4 and 6-4 Linen and Cotton Pillow
10-4,11-4 and 12 4 Summer Marseilles
10-4, 11.4 and 12 4 Allendale QUILTS,
8-4 and 10-4 Linen Damask TABLE
8-4 and 10 4 Dessert TABLE CLOTHS,
Ziinan Damask Napkins, Doyli?a, Frnlt
Doyllsa, Towellings, Olass Cloths, <Lc.,
Together with a beautiful assortment of LACE
Embroidered and Damask
In fact every thing wanted io tbat way, and
will b* offered at or below oily prices. Gall
and mo them at
GRAY <k ROBERTSON'S.
No. 1 Granite Range.
April 1, 18S9?48-tf
IT IS NOT TOO MUCH TO SAY
OLD AND YOUNG,
AFFIRM ITS TRUTH,
Vis: That Professor Wood's Hair B?storativ?
WILL preserve infallibly the growth, and
color of the hair, if used two or three times a
week, to any imaginable aire. Perfectly, restore
the gray, cover the bald with nature's
own ornament, the hnir ; make it mora soft
and beautiful than any oil, and preserve the
scalp flee from aII diseases to the greatest age.
Statesmen, Judges, Attorneys. Doctor*. Clergymen,
Professional men and Gentlemen and Ladies
of all classes, all over the world, bear testimony
that we do not say too much in its favor.
R?>ud the following, and judge :
Hickory Grovjc, St. ChHrlea Co., Mo., )
Nov. 19, 1867. j
Prof. O. J. Woor?Dear Sir : Some time la?t
summer we were indnced lo use some of your
Hair Restorative, and its effects were so wonderful,
we feel it our duty to you and the afflicted,
to report it.
Our little eon's head for some time had been
perfectly covered with sores, anil some calfed it
scald head. The hair almost entirely came off
in consequence, when a friend, seeing his sufferings,
advised us to to use your Restorative,
we aid so with Wttle hope of success, but to
our surprise, and that of all our friends, a very
few applications removed the disease entirely,
and a new and luxuriant crop of hair soon
utarted out. and *c can now any that our boy
has as healthy a scalp, nnd as luxuriaut a crop
of hair as any other child. We can. therefore,
and do hereby, recommend your Restorative
as a perfect rcmedv for all diseases of the scalp
" Vstf W. VIGGTN'BOTH AM,
SARAH A. I11GGINBOTHAM.
Pnor. "Wood?Dear Sir: My hair had, for
several years, been becoming prematurely gray
accompanied by a harthness which rendered
the constant application or oil necessary in
dressing it. When I commenced using your
Hair Restorative about two months ago it was
in that condition ; and having continued its
use till within the last three weeks, it has turned
to it? natural color, and assumed a softness
and lustre greatly to he preferred to those produced
by tha application of oils or aoy other
preparation I have ever used. I regard it as
an indispensable article for every ladj^'a toilet,
whether to be used as a Hair Restorative or for
the simple purpose of dressing or beautifying
I the hair. You have permission to refer to me
all who entertain any doubt of its perforin iug
all that is claimed for it.
MRS. C. STMONDS.
Cincinnati, O., Feb. 10. 8571. 114 Third at.
Wxlunoton, Mo., Dec. 5. 1857.
Prof. "Wood?Dear Sir: By the advice of a
friend of mine, who had heen using your Hair
Restorative, I was induced to try it. I had
the fever, some time last May, and nearly every
hair in my hea^carae out. Now my hair
has come in a great'deal thicker than ever it
was. Nothing but a duty and sympathy that
. I feel to communicate to others who are afflicted
as I have heen, would induce me to give
this public acknowledgement of the benefit i
have received from Prof. Wood's Hair Reatora
tive. Yours respectfully,
A. R. JACOBS.
The Restorative is pat up in bottles of 3 sizes,
vis: Urge, medium and small ; the small holds
a . --j ? -:i- t. j-ii
, - nuu cinua lur unc uuunr per uuiue ;
the medium holds at leant twenty per cent,
more in prop6rtion thnn the small, retails for
two dollxrs per bottle ; the large holds a quart.
40 percent mora in proportion, and retails for
t8 a boitle.
O. J. WOOD <& CO., Proprietors. 444 Broadway,
New York, and 114 Market St., St.
cr And told by all good Druggista and Fancy
April 29. 1859-8m.
THE largest and most varied assortment in
the up country, from a 10 cent straw to
GENINS* beat and latest styles. For tale by
A. A. WILLIAMS.
May 8, 1869-1-tf
UEUtlVItU lHJS WEKK.
A LOT of Trimmed, Straw, and Neapolitan
A magnificent assortment of Mantillas, Laoe,
Of tba latest styles at
GRAY <k ROBERTSON'S.
April 16. 60-tf
THE Notes and AcoounU'of tba Firm of Jordan
A McLauchlin ar? in my^-band* for
collection. There are alio Notea and Accounts
of the old Business of D. A. Jordan. Thoee indebted
to the firm, or to myself, will come forward
and make immediate payment to the andereigned.
D. A. JORDAN.
May 13. 1859-2-tf
DA. Z>. gOrUDAIf
"1*7^ILL still continue the practice of^||editt
cine, and may be found at the Marshall
House, in Room over Marshall A Lse'a Law
T?HE Subscriber offers for aa)? the w?H
JL known Carriage Establishment in tha Village
of Lowndeaville, formerly occupied by Metera.
Liddel & Wileon. The building ia large and
commodiout, aud ia furniahed with all the applianeea
for carrying on the Carriage making
and repairibg buaipeae, in all ita branchea. On
tke preraiaeelila fine Brlek Blackiunith Shop,
and alto a Mod Dwelling Houae and the neoaa*
aary outbuildings. The location ia oaa^of the
beat in the District for the Carriage bnaioses,
and preeenU fine opportunity for investment,
to an enterprising nan. For farther pattioulare
apply to the Subtof iber at townaCravjllo.'
J. T. BASKIN.
Mey 6,1U9 1-tf f
?* ?t*T.T. I3t * DeSRVHL.
January 14,1IB7, "?*-* . fW*. **
Fifty Thousand Tickets!
More than ONE PRIZE to every Tico
Whole Tickets |10, Hulves |5,
For the benefit of tbe
MONTICELLO UNION ACADEMY.
AuthorizeJ 6v Special Act of the Leaiilature.
M'KINNEY & Co., ITIanagera
To be Drawn each Saturday
In June, 1859.
IN THE CITY OF
Claws 22, Co toe Drawn Jun 4, 1859
Clans 29 to bedruwu Iniill, 1959
Cla?i34 tobcdrnwiiJuii lS, 1859
Class 25 to be drawn Jhii 25, 1859
1 Prise of #00,000 is $6n,000
1 2< 1,000 is 20.000
I ' 10,000 is 10,000
1 ' 6.000 is 6,000
1 " 4.000 is 4,000
1 " 8.00U is 8.000
1 " 1,600 is 1.600
1 " 1,100 is 1,100
e .? , nr.rv - n/in
V J^'UU DIO U,WIIU
10 " 600 are 5,000
2 " 400 sr? 600
2 800 are 600
i " 400 are 800
60 " 160 or* IT,600
100 " 100 are 10.000
100 " t>6are 9,500
100 " 85 are 8.500
4 Prize* >200 App'g to (60,000 prixe are $800
1 4 " 160 ' 20,000 " 600
4 " 126 " 10,000 " 600
4 " 100 " 6.000 " 400
8 " 80 " 4,000 " - 640
8 " 60 " 8,000 ' 480
8 " 60 " 2,000 " 400
400 " 20 ? 100 " 8,ori0
15.000" 8 " 200.000
26,828 Prixe* amounting to 1366,040
Certificate* of package* will ho sold at
the following rate*. wliich is the risk:
Certificate of Package* of 10 Whole Ticket* $70
" " 10 Half " 85
" " 10 Quarter " 18
" " 10 Eighth ' 0
In nrderinsr Ticket* or CVrt.iHi.at?? ?ni>ln.?
r-y itie i,iver invigorator.
f-\ One dose after eating is sufficient to re
i, lieve the stomach and prevent the food froa
arising and souring.
Only one dose taken beforo retiring, pre
KOnly one dose taken at night, loosens tin
bowels gently, and curea Costi*eness.
r-. One <fose taken after each meal will cur?
L BT One dose of two tea-spoonfuls will
^ always relieve Sick Headache.
' One bottle taken for female obstructor
will remove the c*use of the disease, and
make a perfect cure.
J Only one dose immediately relieves Cholio
while ono dose often repeated is a sine curt
for Cholera Morbus, and a preventive o:
QQ fg" Only one bottle is needed to throw
^ ont of the system the effect* of medicine af
ter a long sicl^nesa.
One bottle taken for Jaundioe re
moves all sallowneta or unnatural color fronc
One dose takenHi'sbort time before eatinf
gives vigor to (he appetite and makes food
Q digest well.
One dose often repeated cures Chronic
[V Diarrhoea in it* worst forms, while Summer
^ and Bowel complaint* yield almost to the
Yy flr*t dose.
One or two dosee cures attaok* caused by
Worms in-CbiMren: there ie noiprer, safer,
or speedier remedy iu the world, a* it never
J ff) BT A few bottles cures Dropey, by exci
UDK ID? *08Qr??ni*.
We take pleasure in recommending thii
medicine a* a preventive for Fever end
Aga?T Chill Fever, and all Fever* of a Billons
Typ?- It operates with certainty, nod
thousands are willing to testify to'lta wonderful
All who use it jtfftfeiving their unanimous
testimony in ite farbfy
tW Mi* water in the month with the Invig.
orator, and swallow both tnsrethrr.
TBS LIVBH XNVIOOHATOR
ft a seieftifie Medical Discovery, pud is daily
working cores, almost too great to belisv*. It
?ares ss if by magic, even the drat dose giving
benefit, apdgMldov more than one bottle is re*
gtfired to ?ire any kind'of Liver Complaint,
\ from the went JawMiee or Dyapopsia to a coni
roon^Ieedschs, all of which are tfc# result of a
Prise. Ops DdfrmofcotM*
April 10, 1890, BO-lSm
((ROVER & BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES.
NEW STYLES?PRICES FROM *50 TO $128.
UTti CD A ROE or t D FOR HEUMER3.
496 BROADWAY NEW YORK.
223. KINO STREET. . . . CHARLESTON.
BRANCH &. ALLEN, Agents, ABBEVILLE.
The Machines sew from two spools, a* purchased
from tho store, requiring no re-winding
of thread ; they Ileal, Fell, Outlier, and Stitch
iu a superior style, finishing caeh aeatn by
their 'own operation, without recourse to tho
hand-Deed!*, us is required by other tuachinca
They will do better and chenper sewing tliao a
seamstress can, oven if she works for on? cant
an hour, and are. unquestionably, the btU Jfa chinctin
the market for family sewing, on account
of their simplicity, durability, ease of
management, and adaption to all varieties of
family sewing?executing either heavy or fine
work with equal facility, and without special
As evidenae of the unquestioned superiority
of their Machines, the Grover A Bakf.r Srwjno
Machine Comi-amy beg leave to respectfully
refer to the following
"Having had one of Grovcr i Baker's Machines
in my family for nearly a year and a
half, I take pleasure in commending it as evory
wuv reliable fur tile mirimnn for nrlii.-li i?
designed?Family Sowing."?Mrs. Joshua Leavitt.
wife of Rtv. br. Leavitt, Editor of X. Y.
"I conresa myself delighted with your Sewing
Machine, which haa been in my family for
innny months. It ha* always been ready f?>r
duty, requiring no adjustment. and is easily
adapted to every variety of family sewing. l>y ,
dimply changing the spools of thrond."?Mrs.
Elizabeth Striiikland. wife of Jteu JDr. Strickland,
Editor of N. Y. Christian Advocate.
"After trying several different good machine*,
I preferred yours. 011 account of its simplicity,
and the perfect ease with which it is
managed, as well as tile strength and durability
of the aeam. After long experience, I feel
competent to speak in this manner, and to confidently
recommend it fur every variety of family
sowing."?Mrs. E. B. Spooner; wife of the
Editor of Brooklyn Star.
"I have used a Grover <fc Baker Sewing Machine
for two yeflrs, nnd have found it adapted
to all kinds of family sewing, from Cambric to
Broadcloth. Garments have been worn out
without the giving way of a stitch. The Machine
is easily kept in order, and easily used."
?Afrs. A. B. Whipple, wife uf Rev. Geo. Whipple,
"Your Sewing Mdchine has bean in use in
my family the past two year*, and the ladies
request me to give yon their testimonial to ita
perfect adaptedness, aa well as labor-saving
qualities in the performance of family au3
l.n,,..lw.1J " B-I?a T> J ?
..?>uovuuiu ov-TTiug. ? ivvvcrt jL>oormant l\cic
"For several month* wo hnve used Grover A
BakerV Sewing Machine, and linve come to the
conclusion thAt every lady who desires her
sewii g beautifully and quickly don?\ would be
most fortunate in possessing one of these reliable
and indefatigable "iron needle-women.*
whose combined qualities of beauty, strength,
and simplicity, are in valuable."?J. W. Morris,
daughter of Gen. Geo. P. Morris, Editor of the
Extract of a Utter from Thos. R. Lcavitt.
Esq., an American gentleman, now resid-nt in
Sydney, NeW South Wales, dated January 13.
( "I had a tent mado in Melbourne, in 1858, in
which there were over three thousand yards of
sewing done with one of Grover cfc Baker's Ma(
chines, and a tingle seam of that has outstood
all the double seams eefrtd by sailors with a
needle and twine."
"If Homer could he cnlled up from his murky
shades, he would sing the advent ef Grover &
Baker i>a a morj benignant miracle of art than
was evet' Vulcon'a smithy. He would denounce
> midnight shirt making as 'the direfnl spring of
woes Unnumbered.' "?Prof. North.
"I take pleasure in saying, that the Grover &
Baker Sewing Machines have more that sus(
tained my expectation. Aft^r trying and re,
turning other*, I have three of them in opera,
tion in my different places, and after four yean*'
i mi, iiu?? nu ihuil to una. -?J. 11. Hammond,
Senator of South Carolina.
"My wife ha* had ono of Grover & Baker's
Family Sewing Machines fop some time, And
I am oatibfied it is one of the hesl labor saving
machines that has been invented. I take much
pleaeur* in recommending it to the public."?>
J, O. Ilarrit, Governor of Tennessee.
',It is a beautiful thing, and puts everybody
into an excitement of good humor. Were I a
[ Catholic, I should insist upon Sains Grover and
Buker having an eternal holyday in commentoration
of their good deeds fur humanity."?
I Catrius. M. Clay,
r "I think it by far the beat patent in use.
I This machine can be adapted from the finest
> oambrick to the heaviest cauimere. It sews
1 stronger, faster, and more beautifully than one
> can imagine. If mine could not be" replaced,
money could uot boy it."?Mr*. J. O Brown,
' Nathville, Tenn.
' "It is spoedy, very neat, and durable In its
_ work.; is easily nnderatood and kept in repair.
l * oarncBiiy recommend tin* Machine to nil my
acquaintance* and others."?Mrt. if. A. Forrest,
?We find this Machine to work lo our satisi
faction, and with pleasure recommend it to
the public, as we believe the Grover A Buker
) to b? the best Sewing Machine in use."?Deary
"If used exclusevely for family purpose,
with ordinary care. I will wager they will lait
I one 'three roore years and ten,' and never get
out of fix."?John. Er.'kine, Naxhviile, Tenn
' I have had your Machine for several week*,
and am perfectly satisfied that the work itdo<;s
is the heat tnd nto?t beautiful that ever wae
made."?Maggie, Aimiton Nashville, Tenn.
"I use my 51 Shine pon conU, drees-making,
and fine linen stitching, and the work is admi
rable?far better than lh? hest hand-sewincr.
i or any other sewing machine 1 have evor seen."
?Lucy B. Thompson, Nashville, Tenn.
| "I find the work the strongest and most
beautiful I ha ever seen, m^d&pither by hand
or qiachiue, and regard the Qriover & Baker
' Machine as one of the greatest blessings to our
' sex."?Mrs. Taylar, Nashville, Tenn.
"I have one of Grover A Baker's Sewing
Machine* in use in my family, and flhd it iOw .
1 ....i.?-i~i- * ? ? " -?
wmiummr. i can runnuenny recommend it to , < '
all persona in want of & Mnehiue."??? T.
Thompson, Jfathville. Teun.
'I take pleasure in certifying to th? utility
of the Orover & Baker Sowing Machine*. I
1 have used one on almost every description of
work for month*, and find it niuoli stronger and
better In every respect tharr work done hv
hand."?Mr$. D. W.Wtmkr,. NHUnlli*, fht?
I would b* unwilling to dispose of my Qro-' ""
ver A Bakar Machine for a large amount. eafcQ& f
I not replace it again at pleaaure"?Mr* JjL >
6. Bcovh, Ntuhvilli, Ten*. - "
- r 1 T"'
Our two Machines, purchased from you, do ^
the work of twenty young ladies. We with
pleaairro reootrmaud the Grover A Baker 8ew- it
ing Machine to ba the bast in un."?~y. StlU .
man A Co MtmpkU, 3W
. I i ' ^
The Grower?Baker 8?wlng Maobina work* admirably,
I thin* the'etitch and wbrk uy ''
superior to tb&t of jwjy Sewing Maribiaa I *fm ;
NW, On fina Work, I think thf machine would ,
t*> hard to baat,"?#. J. Art* '* /
Thm. <j] >7 0.1 t ,i'#w }
. it to all who aiAaoMMlini* Maass^v
the money to our address for the tickets ordered,
receipt on of which they will be forward by
first mail. Purchaser! can liaveticksts ending
in any figure they may designate.
The lietof drawn numbers and prize* will be
sent to purchasers immediately after tha drawing.
All communications Strictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates, by Mail or
Express, to be directed to
M'KINNEY A CO..
April 16, 1869, 60-12m
PXEPARED B7 DR. SANfORD,
Compounded Entirely from Oumt,
IS one of the best Purgative and Liver Medicines
now before the public, that acta as a
Cathnr-ic, easier milder, and more effectual than
any other medicine known. It in not only a
Cathartic, but a Liver Remedy. acting first on
the Liver to eject its morbid matter, then on
the stomach and bowels to carry off that mat'
ter, thus accomplishing two purposes effectually,
without an}' of the puinful feelings experienced
in the operations of most Cathartics. It
strengthens the system at the same time that it
purges it; and when taken daily in moderate
aoge*. win strengthen and build it up with un
The Liver is one of the principal fegula
tors of the human body; and when it performs
it? functions well, the powers of-thc
system are fully developed. The stomach ii
almost entirely dependent on the healthy
action of the liver for the proper perform
ance of its functions ; when the stomach ii
at fault, the bowels are at fault, and the
p-j whole system suffers iu consequence of one
0 organ?the Liver?having ceased to do iti
duty. For the diseases of thnt organ. on?
of the proprietors has made it his study, it
Lj a practice of more than twenty years, tc
^ find some remedy wherewith to countered
1 the many derangement* to which it ia liable
^ To prove that this remedy is at last found
any person troubled with the Liver Com
Qj plaint, in any of its forms, has to try a bot
tie, and conviction is certain.
0 These Gums remove all morbid or bat
matter from the system, supplying in theii
place a healthy flow of biic, invigoratiuc
the stomach, causing food to digest well
purif)ing the blood, giving tone and healtl
HH to the whole machinery, removing the caus?
i of the disease, effecting a radical cure.
P> Bilious attacks are cured, and whnt ii
better, prevented, by the occasional use o
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