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H^Press and Bam^
Wednesday, Jan. '8, 1879.
Kb Sale Day.
I^Halo Dajr in January alwav* brings a
Kc number of our follow oitiznustotho
B^Rirt House, but last Sale ] >ay there wan
HMunusually larj;e number of''both colorHMand
white men on the pu bliesquare to
Softness the sales or "to see a man on bus^Bs."
The order was better than it had
t^Hn for several Sale Days previous. The
Imv won iinivor&illv <lis<>iissftii. mill
Ilry shade of fcciing was reflected. It
Blear that while there are a few excepts,
there is a large majority in favor
ftt and are greatly rejoiced that it has
be into effect. Our merchants as a
leral rule did a fair business. and had
reason to complain, though it isgenerr
believed that money during the coni(year
will be scarcer than ever before
pwn in this Countv. Tho following
fes by the Shoritf will give some indi ot<
as to the market value of lands in
house and lot in Greenwood as tho
bpertvof W. II. Whitlock, to Mr. JI.
IE. Waller, for
House and lot in Due West as the propIv
of J. Y. Sitton to J. Y. Sitton.
forty-five acres of land of J. Y. Jones
Kirs. Mary Jones, :
fweuty acres, land of Wm. G. Kenay
to S. S. Marshall, 3100 :
me third interest in PhnMiix building
piodges, as property of Vance, Moselv
Co. toT. J. Ellis, $300:
>ne third of same to same, $2r>0 :
)ne third of same to E. G. Grayden,
Various small lots brought >130.
33 acres land of T. N. God bold, to Miss
C. Vance, ?134:
Jlevon hundred, acres land, of B. Z.
rndon to Jno. S. Fair, J?343.
Week of Prayer.
n accordance with a request from
ny ministers rcpresenti'tij all the
angelical Churches of Baltimore, Md.,
clenrv of this town are engaged in
Ifeding a series of meetings at the Metliftst
Cliurch, to continue throughout the
lek, at each of which prayers are offerland
addresses made on behalf of ccrIn
connected with the work of the
lurch Universal. The meeting to-night
Bl be conducted by Rev. R. X. Pratt.
Iinouncements will be made to-night of
lure meetings and who will conduct
tm. The services will begin at 7 o'clock
Itn. We append a list of the topics for
coming meetings :
January 8, Wednesday?Christian Edition
: The family ; "tho young; colics,
seminaries of learning* .Sunday and
ker schools ; Christian Associations of
lung Men and of Young Women.
January 9, Thursday.?For Nations :
piers and people ; for peace and rcligbs
liberty in tiie earth.
panuary lQ, -Friday.?The Press : For
plcssiugon publishers, editors and aubrs
; the cause of Temperance, and othIsocial
lanuary 11, Saturday.?Home and Forni
Missions, and the Conversion of the
When you go to Grfonyille rememr
to go to Mr. J. A. Goodwin's store.
Bsucceeds Messrs. Goodwin <fc Carter
d is one of the best merchants in the
ite. Read his advertisement. Mr.
lorgc Allen formerly of this county
d one of the most affable and obliging
ntlemen in Greenville is in this store,
d will be glad to see his old friends.
?att. R. A. McCaslah, of Walballa,
s been in town several days, looking
l*5o intarActa in this f'ftllhtV. flip
Iintain is lookiug well, and we are ready
believe his new home agrees with his
IMr. Jacob Miller and his son Mr.
Ines Miilor. have formed a psrtnership,
Id propose to sell good goods at the lowL
living prices. That has always been
|e motto of this firm.
|Thk Stock Law.?Elsewhere we pubph
a corrected copy of the stock law,
liich concerns us all so much. We
|pe vou will read.it and set your farm
kit. E. B. Calhoun met with a slight
pldent daring the sleety weather. Ho
I on tho ice-covered buck-steps of his
puseand injured hb left arm and shouldKchool
Trustees should read tho appointment
recently made by the County
>ard and published this morning. Let
I come to the meeting next Monday.
Thk Examination* of public school
ichors takes place horo next week?tho
hite candidates on Wednesday, the coled
Messrs. W. Joet. Smith ?fc Son make
i important announcement in another
lumn. Head it, and call to see them.
Messrs. MiukrA Son are giving out
cat bargains at their store under tho
One of our townsmen enjoyed somo
; a ting this week on a small pond near
Sue tho notice for a meeting of those
>poH?d to tho stock law.
Call on Mr. R. M. Hill for choice
xkIs ?t low prices.
Go to see the store of tho Messrs. Smith
Silver Sails."?Such is the taking title
an uncommonly sweet little souk coniposI
by * young indy well-known In this town
Mi** Carrie Robson, of Atlanta. The words
Tennyson'*, bcgiouliig, "Sweet and low."
t? corapoaer Is fortunate In her poet, and
e poet is honored by the composer. It is a
Mils Rebecca North of Charleston who
ik been on a visit to her friends in thlsCounhaa
made a most pleasing irapressiou upon
ichof Ike community as have been fortunate
tough to meet her. She is being entertained
; the home of two of our most charming
'lies, the Misses Perrin.
Having heard that Mr. Lawaon was selling
it hl? stock of tobacco and cigars at cost, we
died on him a few days since, and he informI
us it was do humbug, but that be m as jiclaliy
Kolng out of the business, Go and l?uy
jur tobacco and cigars chcap before they arc
1 cone. tf
Forbidden Fruit.?Mr. G. W. Collins
*va u? the other day two Splendid speclicns
of the fruit called "shellac," and s<nnemes
called the "forbidden fruit," They'
ere seat htm by his brother who-lias an
-ange grovo in I lorlda, called "Luckenough
We thank kind friends for their pleasant
membrance of the Preu and Banner last
*le I>ay. Enough of thein called at our ofce
to give us one good night's rest.
Ma KB yourself a Christmas present of a
>x of algars. You can get a box of good 5
snt cigars for fcj.60 at Lawson's. Remember
e is selling out at cost. tf
In tlio Clear Spring neighborhood we learn
fet the planters are cheerfully preparing for
le stock law by building pasture fences and
jnflnlng their stock.
la yonr life worth 25 cent*? If it is do not
eglcct a cough or cold. Use Dr. Bull's
ough Syrup at onco and be cured by that
ever failiug remedy.
Mr. J. T. I^atimkr of LowndesviUe, has
>ut up his stock. He now sends out no tn>ssasers
on his neighbors.
CUNNINGHAM & Templeton have Christ
'.ax good* 01 an aiuus, iujs, >ua j>roeuih u
Those In favor of the stock law have wait<1
long. Now let us have a change.
It is thought that the Alston lands near the
rlllage will be cultivated this year.
The crowd on Sale Day was the ?obere?t
hat we have had for twelve mouths.
Dubino the past week the weather has been
older than we have had for years.
Tub Wallhalla Female Coilego hus 126 stuent*
: Male College 130 students.
Mr. J. T. LatihkbIius rented the Cabball
iluce for the present year.
Tobacco from 41 cents a pouud up, at the
[V Office. tr
I hebk was bnt little money In town last
Cioaks at all prices at Lawson's. tf
IN view of the "Stock Law" many of theold
ows have been shipped toother parts, while
iences are disappearing as rapidly. Instead
>f spending the usual time in making rails
,nd repairing fences, farmers are sowing oats
nd preparing the land for another crop.
It is asserted on good authority that "Idlelessis
the Devil's work-shop." The proprietor
of tbe establishment has many employees
i and about Oreenwoou. ine l^egisiuiure
jould require a license from all who are
Ajt election for town Council kikes place
pxt week. Barrooms will go up and those
bo follow the profession, of dealing out the
Tlaonous liquid to their fellow man, will be
>rced to seek other employment.
At sociables. Church members and heads of
a mi lies permit the young people to play
iteal partners" or "twWtittcatiou," provided
hey aoni dance or "call out".?ho harm
The Greenwood and Augusta Railroad is
apldly progressing and the farmers are anIcipatlng
the prospect of sending their next
rotton crop to Augusta Instead of Charleson.
Soxk of the old citixens who have been
eekinga fortune in other lands, have returned
and think "Thereis no place like home."
Mb. T. K. T?vi>*eut .was forcibly reminded a
few days since, that the friendship of his colrred
friends was only from the teeth out.
Gpod-wil-i, aiki harmony prevail at the
>penlng oftboMXew Year," and Greenwood
vat peaoewlth the world.
le o^rPMif rioTYinnri Crrr mnrv* lfllinrnrs
n toe Agricultural department How many
Hfoung men will respond ?
Young ladies should beearefnl whom they
Klect as partners thro' lifie?drinking is prevHtcnt
ft A moss meeting of the citizens of AbbeKile
County islioreby called to assemble in
Hie Court House at Abbeville 011 Monday,
gun nary 27tb, 1879, to protest against the
iQpcic Law. The opponents of the measure
jay all the different townships are requested
Mbring,up fulj petitions against the Act.
j YOTJERS.FOK ,!*?.
TIIE STOCK LAW.
? /' y
An Act to Protect the Lands,o&d C
of the Citizens of AbboviHe, Un
Newberry nnd Lanrens >Coui
from Trespass by Stock. .
B*>. it Enacted by tjr? Sonato and II
of Kopresentativea of the State (if S
Carolina, now met and sitting in tien
Assembly, and by the authority o:
same: - .
Settion?. That in the Counties of
hoville, Union, Newberry ;*.jh1 I,anre
shall not l>c> lawl'fi for the owner or r
ager of any horse^foiule, ass, genet, sv
I sheep, poat or now cattle of any desc
J tion to permit tho said animals, or ar
j thorn, to run :?t largi- beyond thelimi
j tiieir own land.
Skc. 2. That in said Counties, wl
ever any of the said stock shall he fin
j upon the lands of any other person I
: I he owner, the owner of su?'l> stock s
j be liable for all damages sustained, t<
; recovered by action of debt in any Ci
of competent jurisdiction, and the!*
causing the datmige shall be held li
| for the same in preference to all o
liens, claims or incumbrances against
Si:c. 3. Any person who shall in;
j iously, unlawfully or negligently pei
i any of sai<l stock to go upon the lain
! other parties shall be deemed guilty
misdemeanor, and, upon conviction th
of in a competent Court, shall bo li
in a sum not exceeding thirty dollar:
I imprisoned for not more than thirty d
in the discretion of the Court.
Sue. 4. That the County Com miss
ers of said Counties, respectively,
directed to erect a lawful fence on
limitsof said Counties to protect the 1::
of said Counties from all incursion
stock or cattle from adjacent Count
and for that purpose enter the land
any person in said Counties and e
fences thereon without being guilt;
any trespass whatever : and the said C
missioners shall have power to const
j fences across any public or private i
I and ercct gates on all roads; and the C<
i ty Commissioners are hereby author
l and empowered to make such arrai
j ments with tho owners of property (
tignouson either side of said County 1
j as may accomplish the object of prot
I ing the Counties from the iucursion
j cattle and stock.
Sko. 5. That any porson who s
j willfully and unlawfully leave open
I of the aforesaid gates or do any wil
; damage to the gates or fences ercctec
j the purposo aforesaid shall bo deer
[ guilty of a misdemeanor, ana, on con
hon in any Court of competent j''.ris
tion. shall bo lined in a sum not exc<
[ ing twenty (20) dollars or imprisoned
more than twenty (20) days.
Skc. 6. Any person other than
owner or their agents moving or desli
J ing any portion of any fence intended
enclose animals of any kind shall
(deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, i
upon conviction thereof, shall be pun
cd bv a fine or imprisonment, or botli
the discretion of tho Court.
Skc. 7. That the County Commissi
ers of said Counties, respectively, s
be authorized and instrusted to levy
collect a tax upon the property of i
County to defray the expenses of er
ing and maintai'ningsaid fences, said I
es to be collected at the same time and
the same manner as the Stateand Cou
taxes are levied and collected.
Skc. 8. This Act to tako etl'ect itn
diatelv and the fences required to bec?
pleted by the fourth (4th) day of Mi
Skc. 9. That all Acts and parts
Acts inconsistent with this Act be,
the same are hereby, repealed.
Approved December 14, 1S78.
*'F. A. C." Speaks Ilis Minds.
Editors Press and Banner :
I was pleased to read your comm<
on the political sentiments uttered
the Lancaster Lcdcjer for they are cor;
and opportune. Tho tendency of
tunes ucmanos 01 me rress, which pi
tone and sentiment to the public mi
to rise above popular clamor, and doc
for the right. \ou say "our rule of
tion, in all matters of public corn-err
to find out the right sido of a que?ti
and then proelai::t it whether it is p >pt
or not." And "we seek the right ti
the popularity is a second consideratio
We think your course in the main, 1
justify this claim for yourselves: but
cannot understand why you travel a\
over hero to a county lyingnext to Nci
Carolina, to find a text in tho utteran
of that county paper to proclaim y
principles of thought and action as jo
nalists. We think you had abundant
portuuitv nearer home, and during
canvass of last summer, to begin y
commendable onslaught on demagog
and Kearneyistn. Did you not neai
annoum-cd in a public speoch in
Court House at Abuovilto 1:l>i Angus!
oae soeking your votes that ho "i
for the people right or wrong"?the
sacrilegious absurd dogma "vox po\
toz deft" This was repeated on
stutup, and yet not one word of voiuai
or dissent by the public journals
speakers. I aiu glad to beliove you
opposed to every thing that is wrong, j
only in favor of what is right, it Jnatl
not how many or how few advocate:
haw. The "people" you remember, c
demued the most learned philosopl
statesman and patriot that Athens e
produced, to drink the deadly hemic
The "people" condemned the Saviou
maukiud to bo crucitied, and althoi
Pilate the Governor rernonstratod,
"multitude" cried the moro "Let him
erurltiod." The people art) as liable t<
wrong now as then; 'and it is a danj
otis utterance for any oue claiming to
a leader, that "I am for the people ri
or wrong." From mv ol>servat
through a limited experience I boli
tho people are desirous of doing rij
aud will do it whenever properly infoi
ed. They haven't tho means of obh
ing information on political and govc
mental Questions, that those who assu
to be leaders have, although tney ger
ally have more honesty of purp(
It certaily is the business aud
duty of representative men,
enlighten public opinion, and fro g
it nrouer direction. But tho avorace i
iticiau of this day shapes his coarse
suit the popular breeze, more afraid
offending "the dear people" than anxi
to do right. Whenever a weak, vaci
ting, timid, timeserving politician gi
tone to public sentiment, either polit
or moral the countv is to bo pitied. ]
erything seeins to be getting out of io
and the country fast going to ruin tin
cially, politicallj'and morally, and if
intelligent, virtuous citizens of the co
ty do not band togother and set their
oes against tho Communistic tendeiu
of the times, there is reason to fear for
future. If a man has indej>endence
form and utter his opinions upon nit
ures which he conceives advance
common weal, but which may bo unp
ular at the time, he is set upon by p:
ical jackasses wiio seek to excite pom
prejudice and make capital for tut
selves. I am sometimes disposed to
can a professional politician bo an hot
man f Much depends upon the pr
Hold to your course and denounce er
however j>opular it may be. There
need that you should do so, I am sorr
say, in the grand old Athens of So
Carolina. Khe pave mo birth and I 1
her and her historic past, with all
faults of to-dav. Excuso this irnproi
tu gush in tlio interest of my nal
County, tho good and true and hones
which I will not oUbnd. F. A. <
Kock Llill, December 30, 1878.
Bdilors Prc?s and Banner :
Piease allow in# to thank Mrs. A. .1. Fo
son publicly for a nice, fat Christmas turl
If she hud seeo how it was enjoyed at
Parsonage, no doubt she would have felt
ply compensated. Santa Claus's visit
eclipsed oy tier Christmas gift.
Respectfully, W. F.
Due West, Jan. 0, 1S7?.
Go to the l'ost Oilice and buy your tob
at cost, it lsgoing fast and will soon be g
be in time and buy where you can gi
Barnwell & C
Cotton Buyers and Dealers in Gen
Abbkvii.LE, January 7.?Cotton?The
vere weather of the past week lias ctiei
tho receipts. Trices continue linn,
best grades selling as high as Scents.
Bacon.?The price of this article has r<
ed bottom. Dry Salt, clear rib sides are
selling at Ave cents.
CO NSIG N EE S~ ~
Fkkioiit.?C Gaddas, J D Chalmers & C
K Bradley. H W I .aw son <fc Co, Hemphill
W P SVldeman. M E Brandon, A Bequei
T Simpson..S E Caldwell.
Ex l'KKSS.?J W Leslies, S A Korwixx
Latimer, McGowan & P, Hurt & G, J Ai
son, Hemphill A H, M Euright, A Stei
M P DeBruhl.
MAKHIEI), 2<l of January, 1S7H, by Ro
F. (iibert. Mr. JAMKK II. MARTIN to
ANNA ELIZA FINLEY.
Ai.ston House.?E C Connor, Orcein
W II Atchison, El ber ton, Gu; P 1) Ma.
Newberry: I) H Long, Baltimore ; S J
lensford, Harrodsvllle. Ind : S CLink. ]
vlllo , J C Woodruff, Greenwood ; J B j
ley, S Knox, Lowndesvllle: Frank Pic
Holly Grove; J M Latimer jr. The Fori
T Cunningham jiud wife. Monterey;
% ? ? v
Asts and Joint Resolutions Ratified
A.n?act to repeal an act to regulate the grantng
of divorces in this State.
rops An act to amend an act entitlod "An act t
ion prevent Ashing with nets in the fresh wate
' streams of this .State at certain seasons of th
Ities year.', and to extend the same to the eountlc
of Uicliland, Chester and Clarendon.
An act to rei|iiiro the County Treasurer o
Darlington County to attend at sundry place
ousc other than the town of Darlington for tin
outh collection of taxes.
icral An act to provide for an additional Tria
ft),.. Justice for .Sumter and Lexington Conn tics
An act to amend section 2, chapter iW, o
the general statutes, relating to constables.
Ab- An act toamemi an act entitled "An act t<
lis it establish uniformity In the sessions ol" th<
nrtti- Circuit Courts,'' so far as tlie same relates ti
.;nf, the Courtsof the Sixth circuit.
1 . * An act respecting the tilling of vacancios It
1*1 p- countyotliees.
ly of Ail act to amend an act to authorize Count)
ts of Commissioners tosunmiiiouioiiuauneu
tors of tlieir several counties a proposition t<
alter the fence laws and to provide 1'orcffeetu
j ating the aatlie.
Hind An act to extend the time for funding tin
than unquestionable debt of this State.
shall An act to change the name of I'lorenci
.. iir, Meg^s to Florence i'aylor and permit her ti
? inherit from William L'hesley Taylor If he (.lit
took An act to prevent the charge of breakage ii
able the welghin? e?f cotton.
titer Ail net to amend and continue of force ni
f, act entitled "An Act to secure landlords am
lut- persons making advances."
An act to make the pay certificates ofjurj
ilie- tickets forattendane upon the Circuit Courts
nil?f the State receivable for taxes due the conn
Is of which said services are rendered.
An act to prohibit persons living togctiiei
<u H In adultery. f. *.
ore- An net to amend section 10 of an act on11
inod tied "An act to establish uniformity in th<
* or sessions of the Circuit Courts and to regulate
_vs the business of the Courts of Common Pleai
* - "' In this State during the summer terms of salt!
ton- An act to regulate the number and payo
arc Trial Justices in Greenville County.
t]1(> An act to provide a form of government (bi
.|.,i? the South Carolina Institution for the educ*
tion of the deaf and dumb und blind and foi
sol other purposes.
ios, An act to amend the charter of the Charles
s of ton C-ias li^ht Company.
,r(.e^ An act to cedetotlie United States of Amer
f lea so much land on the shores of Sulllvnn'i
011 Island and Morris' Island, respectively, a;
om- : may be necessary for the erection of the slion
ruct! lines of the Jetties to he^tected for the luv
road | proveinent and deepen ln^of the.bar of Char
>1111- '?s,on harbor. \ . \
. , A11 act to proscribe tho enroltaifint of mon
lzeu Cy jocrecs in the Courts At Probata, and t<
1JTC- regulate tho Issuing of executions ta-?ttforc<
ion- their collection. -. V- ' ^
i,10S An act to incorporate the Oarogglpft Ric<
->im anu .Manuiaciuring gumpuHjv'e
r An act to iinicnd an act ontltlar^Arr- acVB
3 01 reduce and fix tlie salaries of eertain
so far as the name relates to Mnrloti CodlH
hall and so as to Include Hampton County.
anv An act to regulate tlie number and pay 01
11*.|j Trial Justices In Anderson County.
. , An act to Incorporate the Laurensvll)<
1 for Male Academy.
nod An act to amend the charter of the Charles
vie- ton Gas light Company.
j:An act to renew and extend the charter o
j the Che raw Presbyterian Society.
lttl" An act to authorise the application of cer
not 1 tain unappropriated funds in hands of 1'reivS'
J urer of \ork County to County purposes.
tlio I An act to amend sections 3and 4 of chaptei
.ov_ j 83of title 1, part 2, of the general statutes, re:
| latlng to the renunciation of dower.
1 10 j Joint resolution to amend Joint resolution
be No I OS, entitled "Joint resolution to author
Old, I Ize the County Commissioners of Richland
jsii_ j Sumter aud Clarendon Counties to levy and
collect a special tax to pay the past due school
'? al 1 claims against said counties for fiscal yeai
; 1N7U-77, and to regulate the manner of dision
: burslng the same," approved March 22,1S7K.
hall1 J?iut resolution to require the clerks of the
and two houses to furnish the Comptroller Gener
. } al and State Treasurer with statements ol
said: certificates issued by them and to require the
ect- Comlproller to furnish copies of certain retax
' ports to the State Printers for publication in
I jn . the permanent work.
. I Joint resolution to authorize tlie City
J j Iloard of School CommlBsloners of the city ol
1 Charleston to raise money for the support ol
me- ' tlie city schools.
Dm-1 Jointresolutlon toauthorlzetheStaleTreasiroh
urer to receive certain bills of the Hank of
I the suite and Comptroller General's warrants
Jon account of the indebtedness of Timothy
i of| Hurley, lateCounty Treasurer of Charleston
and ; County, to the State*
TO SCHOOL TRUSTEES.
l'10 Office or School Commissioner, ")
Abbeville C. H., S. C., }
lid, January 7, 1*70.)
lare! At^E liavc this day appointed tlie Trustees
?< *? for the School Districts of Abbeville
' ' i County, to serve for two years, if not re'?
cJn? j School Distuict, No. 1.
1 *ip| J. J. Bozeman, J. It. Moore,
I W. B. Harmon.
'V.. j School District, No, 2.
C. A. C. Waller, >!. W. Coleman,
I Jerry Evans.
^ } I ScUool District, No. 3.
' " M. G. McGee, O. M. Hodges,
_ Andrew Vance.
School District, No. 4.
J. R. Latimer, W. K. Barmore, *
,P~ Allen Hamilton.
our School District, No. 5.
I<m ' Dr. J. A.Uobiii8on, M. B. Clinkscales.
. | William i'ruitt.
jj101 School. Distuict, Xo. 6.
IjV 1 Frank Henry, EI ward West field,
I Frank Vance.
()jcj i School District, No. 7.
mill G. W. Collins, J.J. Devlin,
tjl(; Tintfiey Fruzier.
eUt School District, No. 8.
or! J. N. Dendy, V/. C. Hunter,
ar0 Watt Huckett.
an(j School District, No. 9.
lers W. E. Cothran, A. B. Kennedy,
j it Ben Lite*.
OH- BtCIIWl* UlSIHlkT, HU. J?.
ior John Lyon, * Chr.rles Evans,
ve; Nick Wrlsht.
x-k. School Distinct, no. 11.'
r ol" W. A. Tomplcton, J. O. Edwards,
the School Distkict, No. 12.
i ho A. M. Erwln, J. n. Bell,
> he Henry Cnttahnm.
jer- School District, No. M,
be J. M.Latlinw, Jr., ?T. C. Carllslo,
Ton School Drsrnrcrr, No. 11.
evo Edwin Calhoun. C. D. McC'llnton,
rin- ScnooL District, No. 15.
liu- M. O. Tolmau, M. 0. MoCaalan,
,rn. Howard Strother.
line School District, No. 10.
icr- j. C. Jennlng*. J. J. Hussey,
;xe. Allen Dolphin.
ho The Trustee# will meet-the Board at Abbe,
villa on Monday, January 13, Instant, at 11
o'clock a. in., for further Instructions. A full
live attendance of all the Trustees is doslrod tnd
xj. at least one representative from each or the
j-, different Bchool district.
01 W. C. BEN ET,
ous U W. WHITE,
lla- Board oi School Esamlners,
ves Abbeville Couuty.
ical Jnn- 8, 1S79, tf.
Instruction* to Orerscers of Roads.
Each Overseer will De held strictly rot"?
sponsible for his division of road find will
u.n" order out tlio hands when ho thinks his
*a~ road needs work and not wait fbr a apecsl,es
ial order irom the Commissioners. It
the w|ji ij0 required of each Overseer to have
to all limbs aiul brushes removed when they
a*" obstruct the road, and cut all dead trees
the near the road, good ditches to be cut on
?.P* the sides and tho road to bo thrown up
, * in tho centre. Each overseer will bo re,lar
quired to have his road worked and in
!inJ good order by the first day of February
llsk next. All persons are requested to re,est
port all roads and bridges out of repair,
ess. 1'hose in Diamond Ilill, DonaldKville,
rf?r Due West, Cokesbury, Greenwood and
ls Ninety-Six to G. M. Mattlson at Donaldsyt?
ville, "P. O.
utn Ti,ose in Abbeville, Long Cane, Smifch"ve
ville, Cedar Springs and White Hall, to
er J. F. Livingston, Abbeville C. H.
Those in Lowndesville, Magnolia, Cal;1V?
hounu, Bordeaux and Indian Hill toS. J.
Hester, Calhouns Mills P. O.
G. M. MATTISON,
S. J. HESTER,
J. P. LIVINGSTON,
rgn. County Commissioners,
eked ? ?
TN obedience to the Act of General As
X serably we will let to the lowest bid
= der at Abbeville C. H., on Tuesday tb<
Jo.W 21st instant the contract for building tin
& II Jence on the line between Abbeville ?m
>t, J Kdgefield counties. The fence to be i
j M substantial fence, staked and ruled, to b<
ider- not less than live feet high, with goo<
then. Kates on all roads, public and private
leading from one county to the other
=* with good water-gap# at the crossing o
all streams. The contract will bo lot bj
Township lines. Contractor having th
v. J. right to sub-let or niake armuigenieut
.Miss v jt|j parties on either side of the line, s
___ there is a good fence between tho ooun
ties. Fenco to be kept for twelve month
by the contractor. lie will bo require
TjTTT. to give bond and good security for th
gypk* faithfnl performance of contract.
\Vul- Further particulars given on day <
Mose- By order of the Bonrd.
*?n^ G. M. MATTISON,
v \sa Chairman.
,Jau. 7, 1879. 2L
It Is simply in keeping with common sense
to say that a specialist who gives his undlvl()
(led attention to the treatment of a certain
r class of diseases ought tosuccecl where prar?
titionersln general practice may fall. Dr. E. .
B. Koote, of 120 Lexington Avenue, New York '
City, has given his exclusive attention to the t
r treatment of chronic diseases for twenty-live
n : years, during which time he has cured thou- [
sands whose faces he has never seen. If you 0
will send to him for his searching list of r
j questions you will see how this has been done ?
] In part. Consultations in person or by mail |
* I free. Dr. Koote's works, I'lain Home Talk c
embracing Medical Common Sense, Science a
| in Story, etc., are publications well known v
, to the reading public. Taking all of the Doe- n
" tor'spnblleatlons together It Is not- too much f,
to say that millions of copies have been P
. 45 Years Before the Public, v
THE 0EKU5NE *
: D2. 0. IIcLANE'S i
: LIVER PILLS,,
' FOR TltF. CUKE OF
i Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DYS!'EPSt\ AND SICK HKAUACHC.
f. Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
1 DA IN in the right side, under'.the w
r I edge of the ribs, increases on prcs- ]?
r sure; sometimes the pain is in the left ai
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
p on the left side; sometimes the pain is
felt under the shoulder blade, and it
. frequently extends to the top of the
! shoulder, and-is sometimes mistaken
) for rheumatism in the arm. The ri
1 ,stomach is aflectcd with loss of appetite
and sickness; the bowels in genJ
eral are costive, sometimes alternative J,1,
' with lax; the head is troubled with
> pain, accompanied with a dull, heavy
I J?nsati?n P*1"1- There is
jfcnerally a considerable loss of mem- H
|||| &ccompanicd with a painful sen- n
of having left undone some- U]
j thing which ought to have been done.
A slight, dry cough is sometimes an
atten cfc^AThe patient complains of
r wearineg^yd debility; he is easily _
startled; Nf fcet arc cold or burning, *
and he cftplains of a prickly sensa- cl
| lion of theVW|^ his spirits are low;
and although hq^s satisfied that exer[
cise would be ti&eficial to him, yet
. he can scarcely summon up fortitude
[ enough to try it. Irt fact, he distrusts T
every remedy. Several of the above
symptoms attend the disease, but cases
. i ~.i ...i c? ?u i
' nave UCCUIIL'U %ViICiC ICW Ul U1CIU tA* ^
r isted, yet examination of the body,
; after death, has shown the liver to ti
have been extensively deranged. ^
r AGUE AND FEVER. '
Dr. C. McLane's Liver Pills, in
: cases or Ague and Fever, when
i taken with Quinine, are productive of the
most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to, ^
or after taking Quinine. We would L
advise all who are afflicted with this
disease to give them a fair trial. For
all bilious derangements, and as \
a simple purgative, they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIOXS. fx
The genuine are never sugar coated. 4t
Every 1x>x has a red wax seal on the lid,
with the impression Dr. McLane's Livkx ?
The genuine McLane's Liver Pillb fctfar
the signatcres of C. McLane and FLEMING r
Hros. on the wrappers. [
Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C.
McLane's Liver Piu.s, prepared by Flem- t
in^Hros., of Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being Jfull
of imitations of the name IdcLanC) ^
?pclle?l differently but same pronunciation. ai
W". II. Parker, Aaslgnco, Plaintiff, /"
M. J. Tolbeft, T. X. Tolbcrt, A. II. Morton
Judgment of I*orcclt>?are and Order of Court
toeull lundR, Ac. <ii
_ .. .... - A
BY Virtue OI nn umer oi touri n> iiiu ui- tr1
nnjlcd, I will sell-on salcdny In February,
1S751. at Aobevlll? Court House. within the
legnl hours of stile, the following It?il Estate,
(111 two or more sejwrHte tracts, If deemed L
advisable, cpon consultation with the par- L
Ilex.)to wit: ' y
ALL THAT TRACT OH PARCEL OF LAND ]'
situate, lying asd being in Abbevillo Conuly, a
ELEVEN HUNDRED AND FORTY (1H0) L
more or less, nnd bounded by lands of Estate ,,
of John Oirlfttn Held, Daniel Thomas, W. C. l.
Hunter, the Laurens Ijuids, and others, sit- v
uato near White Hall, on Cow Head Creek,
wuters of Hard l^abor Creek. A
TERMS OF SALE.
Cash, or as much as may be necessary to .
pay one-half of th* debt and Interest, secured ?
by mortgage of the lands described, and ,
co.sU, and nay taxes due thereon, and the
bulHiieo on a credit of twelve inoutliR, with ir.
Intercut from day of sale, taking from purchaser
bond and mortgage to secure credit r
Purchaser to pny for papers. ,
ffl. G, ZEIGLER, \J<
C. C. P. A. C. V
Clerk's Office, ) A
Jan. 8,1S7B. J r
Sheriff's Sale. ?
The Trustees of th# EsUte of Dr. JohnJD? La \
How*, mrt- John M. Held and Jane 1". ixiker,
ts. win. ii. Taggart, James Taggart,
aud James McOsIhd. l(
T>Y virtue of an Execution to me directed In
L3 the above stated case, I will sell at Abbe- Li
villo Court flonse on suledny In Febuary A
next, wlttitn the legal hours of sale, the following
described Real Eslrte, viz: a.
FOUR HUNDRED ACRES Tl
of land, more or less bonuded bp lunhs of W.
J. .Smith, the Cablmll place, W. II. Taggart, jj
JamcH Tii^g.'vrt. Jr.
Lrrled on as th# property of James Taggart
deceased, at tlie suit of the above named
TERMS.?Cath, purchaser to pay for papers.
J. F. C. Dul'HE.
S. A. C.
Abbeville u. U.. ?. u. (
9th January, 1879. /
Margaret C. Lyon *8. Jornes H. Wldemnn.Execution.
T?Y virtue of sundry executions to mo <11JJ
rected In *he above sluted case, I will
sell at Abbeville C. H.. on Sale Day In Febuary
nxet, thin the legal hours of sale tho
following described Real Estate, to wit;
2. The Homestead Tract, containing
more or less, and bounded by lands of W. E.
Colhrttn. Edwlu Cox and other*. Levied on
qk th<? property of James H. Wldeman at the
Bull of Margaret C. Lyon.
J. F. C. DuFRE,
S. A. C.
Abbevlllo C II, S C
January 7, 1879.
The Trustee of tho Estate of Dr. John Do
La Howe vs. R. A. McCaalan.
BY virtue of an'exccution to mo directed, I
in tho above slated case, I will sellatAl^ I
beville Court House on saleday in February *
.1- I 1 I.?r cln Hio ft\L
HC'Xl, williiu uic iiiiiiik ? ....
lowing described Heal Estate, viz:
FOUK HUNDRED AND TWENTY ACRES t
of land, more or less, bounded by lando of M.
0. McCaslan, Dr A. T. Wideinnn, and others.
Levied on ns the properly of R. A. Mct'aslan
at the suit of the Trustees of the Estate of
Dr. John De Iji Howe.
TERMS.?Cash, purchaser to pay for papers. %
J. F. C. Dul'liE, v
S. A. C. *
Abbeville C. H? 8. G. )
6th January, 187i>. J
McCords Colic Mixture.
For Horses, Mules and Cattle.
The undersigned have been appointed solo
agents for the sale of "McCOSDS COLIC MIXTURE,"
an Infallible curejfor colic In horses
inules or cattle. This preparation was pat- .
I tented June 30, IStiit, and in the short time
which has elapsed since has attained a reputation
nnequalcd by any patented medicine
on the globe. We have In our possession tes.
tlmon I his from numerous persons who have
, used it:
I have had two occasions to use McCords ,
" Colic Mixture in cases that seemed desperate.
1 The success in curing was apparently magic- >
nl. It Is administered without trouble or dc3
lay, is speedy in action, and I think is so vali
uabic that every person who manages horses
or mules should keed it at hand.
? D. I,. WARDLAW.
, I saw Mr. MeCord use his medicine on a
f mare that had been travelling, and was seiz,
ed with cramp colic. The animal was drop'
' ' n.iin rri
D1I1KUUWI1 I ri|ui-nuj n?? ?' ...
1 a short time after the medicine was given?In
-s ten minutes, at the farthest,?the aiilnia was
o easier, and In an hour I saw the animal har
nossed and driven oft, and learned subse(luently
she performed the Journey and had
d n? m?rC ?OHC- THOMAS THOMSON..
0 1 have had one occasion to use McCord s
Colic Mixture. It was very effective and I
if think is un excellent medicine.
" hi. McGOwAN.
For Sole at Abbeville by t pENNEY
DU. E. PARKER.
Forsale by T. Raker, LowndeavlUo, j
Dr. E. II, Edwprdfl, Due Vest.
v i ~~j. '< ' y, ^ r~'i w ^"sr-:
. *-. " / ' ; " " *</ * '
[I/ITII friendly greeting wo wish n hn]
V Now Year to nil. And wlillowo nrc
mmindl'ul of thceventful year tliut has J
iast,t but the contraction of the currcn
hut the general and wholesale depreciat
if all kind of values/, together in out*c
nldst with the low price of cotton, all coir
icd hare caused the hard times to be serif
y felt, yet still we think we have g
ause to bo hopeful. The quiet election, g
,t par, and resumption assured, with
cry lesson which the hard times have
>ressed upon us. (economy,, and the fi
hut surely, the bottom lias at Inst been ren
d, all enables us to turn with brighten
opes to t he fitture. For ourscl vcrfwe than k
rieniis for the liberal patronage bestowed
n us In our new undertaking?the Dry Go
tnslness. And trust by proper ctfl>rt
ur pari and making it to the interest of b
rs to foster, and Increase tlicsnme. Ke<iu<
all parties indebted to us by way of
mint to call and settle same at once, n
sain extending our best wishes for the c*.
Wo remain, very respectfully,
W.JOEL SMITH & SON,
Jnn 8,1879,Jf .
Notice to Delinquent Rai
' AM Instructed by the Oreonwood <t j
gusUi Hallroad authorities to extend 1
me for the receiving of the railroad i
itliout penalty, until Wednesday 15th Ji
Persons are notified that after thattlm
111 proceed to collect by levy and sal<
nd,as provided for in the collection of St
id County taxes.
J. W. FERRIX, Treasure:
Dec Tt, 18TS, tt
" HK firm of McDonald A Hill Is till* c
. dissolved by mutual consent. It. M. HI
iTlnr bouKht the entire iiterestofW.
cDONALD. The business will oo?tlnut
ic olcl stand, by R. M. Hill, under the fl
line of It. M. IIU1& Co.
Mcdonald & hili
Having sold my Interest to MR. R.
ILL, I bespeaK for the new firm of li.
ILL .* Co., the liberal patroiage bcstov
lion the latellrm of McDonald <t Hill.
W. T. McDONALI
Dcc 25, 1878
VfHITE, CARDINAL AND BLUE,
beautiful patterns, Just received?vi
EMPORIUM OF FASHIONS,
Dec 4, 1878, tf
'o Debtors and Creditor
t LL person* Indebted to the Estate of
V. JAMES K, MABRY, deceased, eitl
v note or account are requested to co
rward and pay the same man early day
ic undersigned or to my agent Dr. J.
ELLElt. Those neglecting to liecd t
ntlce will And their notes and accounts
ic hands of an Attorney for collection.
All persons having claims against the 1
te will present their demands.
MRS. M. J. MABRY,
Oct. 21, 1878, tf.
V E wUieMBBWPrf SK
iuggies and Ilarnes
HAVE Just received a car load of the (
ebraled M1LBURN WAGONS-all si
and SPRING WAGONS of various si*
Iso, Single and Double BUGGIES, Wag
id Buggy HARNESS, all cf which will
ild at the LOWEST PRICES.
J. W. ROBERTSON,
ct. 2, 1878. 3m.
^ REENVILLE A COLUMBIA RAILRO,
* CHANGE OE SCHEDULE
PASSENGER Trains run daMy,Sundays
ccpted.cormecuiiKwu.il ^igui. mi?
rwiuk on Lriw South Carolina Iiaflroad upii
jwn, and with the Charlotte. Columbia. 11
itgustA hnd Wilmington. Columbia anilt
istn Hailroads. On and alter Novcmbe:
>73, the following wlllbe the schedule :
eavc Columbia at 8.15 a
tmve Alston 10.00 j
rave > wherry 11.24 r
rave Hodges .... 2.45 v
cave llelton - 4.20 p
rrlvc at (jrccnvllle 5.55 p
oavc Greenville st~ 8.40 a
enve Helton 10 :W a
e?*e Kodce* 13 02 a
cave Newberry 3 10 p
Rave Alston ... 4 30 s
rrlve at ColnrublR 6 05 p
NDEHSON BIIANCH AND BLUE RID
Dally, exccpt Sundays, between Bolton ?
nderson. 'lrl-weekly between Anderr
id WulhallK, vie: Leave Wallialla for i
arson Monday*, Wednesdays and Frlda;
u?c Anderson for Wallialla on Tuesda
tiursdays, unu ?;uimuiiw
cavo Walhnlln 7 00 p
cave 1'err/ville 7 40 p
rave Pendleton 8 30 p
cufe Anderson 9 25 p
rrive at Belton 10 15 p
enve Bel ton 4 20 n
L'ltve Anderson 5 li I
etivo I'ondlcton 6 10 #
eave Penyvllle 8 50 i
rrlve at Walhalta 7 3D a
ABBEVILLE UK ASCII TRAINS
save Abbeville 10.00a
rrive atKodges 10.551
save Hodtfus 2.45 r
rrive at Abbeville 5.00 p
Lauren* Branch Trains leave Clinton at I
ci. and leave Newberry 3.00 p. m.
jcbdnys, Thursday* ku4 Saturdays.
vijkz Noktox, Jr., Genem! Ticket ngen'
Baraw^l & C
Lre receiving every day a
ditions to their
which consists of
? A Ml
Boots & &noe
of all kinds. A large sup
BAGGING AND TIES
Sopt. 18, 1878.
J. Kurz, Agt.,
!>!>>' ' j
w Abbeville County \
?? rPHE celcbmted SINCLAIR CUTTER, No.
,bi* I SIX and EIGHT.
These Machines urc milvcrwllly acknowl- j
edged to bo the best manufactured. for cut- "
Vu- ting][ay, Straw, Fodder, Corn Stalks, Sugar g
ihe Cane, etc., and for Strength and Durability
tax have no equal.
350 First Premium
ie \ GOLD MEDALS at the World's ralr or rnrJ
Lh, London and Moscow, besides thousands of
ilte testimonials from large stock raisers, livery
stables and farmers.
r* Samples to be seen at Kura & Hrnce's Boot,
Shoe and Harness Establishment, Abbeville,
? Court House, So. Ca.
Dec. 25, 1878.
USETHE BEST j
? Mori's and Sea Foam Yeast .
! at i
rm POWDERS, AT '
* V. JOEL SMITH & SON,,
Bee 18, 1878 ^
? BARGAINS OFFERED,i
? A NICE line of fashionable Dress
XJL Goods?very Ion-at
W. JOEL SMITH a SOX.
SOME very nice and appropriate Christmas
presents can be obtained by
looking through tho largo stock of NOTIONS
and FANCY GOODS at
s. W. Joel Smith & Son.
Dea 18, 1S78
^ -Another Lot
'to /"\F onr elegant Fitting and stylish
w- Vy LADIES GOODS. All prices just
rocoivad at tho
EMPORIUM OF FASHIONS,
is- Dec 18,1878
u JLtadies' and Misses'. (
ji" -T7VUR CAPES AND SETTS-nre now I
jS 85-' boiag sold at a great sacrifice at the
EMPORIUM OF FASHIONS.
ft Dec 18,187S
1 FOE BARGAINS
. TN LADIES' HATS, DRESS GOODS, .
"? X FANCY GOODS, Ac., bo sure to
Ml. look bolbro purchasing olsowhero?at tho
bo EMPORIUM OF FASHIONS.
1 NOTICE OF SALE!.'
United States Internal
Revenue Collector's j
Com:mdta, 8. C., Doc. IS, 1K7H.
NOTICE l.? hereby Klvcn that the firilowlnp:
described proporty whlcli hasheenseized .
rVD and forfeited to the United Ski ten, will he wold
011 Saturday, the 2Sth day of December 1878,
at Abbeville C. II., S. C., viz:
ex- ONE 05 GALLON COPPER STILL,
md ONE 35 GALLON COPPER STILL,
With caps and \TormH eomplctc, seized In the r
i possession of Thomas Young.
' E. Ji. 1JHAYTON. ;
Peii E. G. Hoffman-,
m Special Deputy Collector.
1 Dec 18,1S78 (
'1 CHRISTMAS PRESENTS'
m ~\7~ r\-rt-TT r!V?? O-r^
Ill * t/i J ViiUtUJJ.
i m ______
m T ACE nnd Silk Tics, Silk and I-lnon Hand- (
QE 1j kerchiefs, Lace Setts, Linen Cntl's nnd
Collars, Zephyr Shawls, Kid Gloves 2and 3 I
kIKj button, nnd many other newand useful goods
son ftt prices tosult the times.
1R. M. HADDON a CO.
*s. Dec 11, 1878 (
5s: GREAT INDUCEMENTS.'
bi T7R0M now nntll the end of the holidays,
i m JL We v'tto/rer some extraordinary barpales
*. Dresa Goods, Worsted and Silk
, m Fringe, Milliner? nnd I-'dncy Goods. Cull
. ai and sec tor yourselves. Terms Cash,
i m II- M. HADDON a CO.
i m Dec 11, 1178
- CHRISTMAS PRESENT !.
> m ;
f?.0U /"^NE of those elegant Sewing Machines for ,
on \j *aie "?neap - oy
R. M. IIADDOH <* CC. .
Deo 11,1878 '
^ "administrator's ;
ALL persons holding claims npainst the
estate of Thov. li. Millford, deceased, will
f present them to the undersigned, properly
i attested, on or before the 31*t December, 1?7?.
V Persons Indebted to the estate will make payit
m oil tat once.
I TOLIVER P, MILLFORD,:
ij Administrator, i
[J Dc?. II, 1878. St ]
]? rpHE undersigned hereby given notice
Ij X that he in prepared to do all kinds
, CarpenUr's Work and
He also repairs Cotton Gins, Thrasher*
_ and Fans. A full supply of Gin Material
always on hand. Farmers are requested
Oto bring their Gins up early in the season
to allow timo to have thoin properly prepared.
Also Agent for frhc Taylor Cottou Gi^,
Ihe Brooks Cotton Press, and all kinds of
,(] Kubbcr and Leather Belting.
D. B. SMITH,
AbbcviUcC. 7/., S. G.
Z HOLMAN'S LIVER PADS^
No Humbug for
Chills and Dyspepsia.
At DH. E. PARKER'S.
S March 3i, 1878-tf.
JTah 1, 1879, tf
To School Tcachcrs I
SqiHE EXAMINATION of nil Teachers of
J. Public School* In Abbeville County will
titlee place In the Court House, as follow* :
While Teachers on Wednesday loth January.
Colored Teachers on Thursday Kith January.
The examination will begin each day at 11)1
a. in. and close at :t ]>. ni.
Candidates must conic provided with pen,
ink and a quarter of a <jitlre of foolscap paper.
All milKl ftttcnu OXCOpi innsrniMi n iiKni;
ft iloctor'H certificate of physical Inability,
ply By order of the !*?*. ?tAWFCnu,
I,. W. WHITE,
\V. C. BENET.
Board ol Examiners.
1 Abbeville, 9. C.,
Jan. 1, 1$<9 t
rii'Sfl-L:-. - ' / ' L
GENTS' * <
CALL AND BE SUITED.
T-IATS f!APS KfTf>F,S
U.VL KJj KJ I I A.JKJ J
rents' Fins Sloes Marled Low,
READY-MADE SHIRTS, 1
Special attention to our
MERINO SHIRTS, CHEAP !
nu/i^iTc n Awmru,pnnTTTi,Q
v/xvxx ? xiiu,
HALF HOSE, :
SLEEVE BUTTONS, &c.
W. JOEL SMITH & SON
Oot.23, 1878, U.
MNIIIFF & BRUCE
i GENTS, for the ImproYed and Light
Singer Sewing Machine
'erfect satisfaction Kuamntecd, and full Intrusions
given to purchaser.
Prices, $35, $40, $45.
Mnthlae needles of nl 1 Kinds, oil and atnchnient*
fu'rnlshed ai sUort notice?at any
lost olllce. Address,
JULIAN C. WOODRUFF,
Greenwood, S. C.
C. H. BRUCE, Abbeville, S. C.
Nov. 37, 1878.
[0 THE LADIES!
\TOTWITTTSTANDINO tlic hard times ive
i\ nrf>?nnlf In* l.ireo additions todur stock of
Black Alpacas, Black Cashmeres,
10SIERY, GLOVES, CORSETS, GILT, SILVER
AND STEEL BUTTONS,
md many other now unci useful goods. All
he above will be sold, at lowest cash prices.
R. M. HADDON & CO.
Nov 127, 1878
FJIANO tuned in the most scientific irinnL
ner and Instrument attended to during
>ne year for tlie price of $5.00. Orders can bo
eft with Mr. II. T. Tustcn, or direct to
Cokesbury, S. C.
)?t. 23. 3 mofl.
HOUSE AND LOT In Cokesbury, NINE
EPOS ? premises In good order ? 72
VCRES OF LAND?convenient toL'elebrated
Also, one of the best farms of 500 ACRES,
n Abbevllle.on Saluda Itlver.
Terms liberal. F.A.C'ONNOR,
ot. 'J&, 1S7X, tf. Cokesbury, S.
SALE AND LIVERY
K. J. Fendley,
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
[HAVE rented the.Stubles of Seal & Sign,
where I keep tor sale at all times a full
itock of horses and mules at the lowest
3rIce?,/or cash only.
I will reeelre horses and mules on oonsignnontaml
will sell the same at sraall eommislions
and make prompt returns.
1 will keep vehicles and horses for hire at
easonablc rates, and shall he pleased to furilsli
CBstomers with anything In my line of
A. J. PEN2LEY.
Dec. 4, 1ST8Administrator's
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of
THOMAS C. PEKHIN, deceased,
will inaka immediate settlement with
Llie Administrator, as alter reasonable
indulgence all delinquent's claims will be
put in suit.
LEWIS W. PERRIN,
?pt. II, 1878, tf
Alexander, Allen k MeBee,
Manufactnrers of and
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
UPPER & HARNESS LEATHER,
Kip and Calf Skins,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
UTS' Highest cash price paid for Hides.
n M HAPPOX J: CO., hare now In store
' ' * ui v/!vi( liVMIXC
I \ tlin tSi ! >> Alll
TON AND WKKD MACIIINKS, at lower
prices than n llrsl-elnss Machine was ever
ollered in this marke t. Save 20 per cent by
buying your machines, nceillcs, attachments
ami oil from K. M. HADDuN & CO.
SPECSfl L BARGAINS,
ARK now being ollered to close out our
elegant stock of
j DRESS GOODS, ...
And nil wo aslc for Is a look to convince our
Lady Friends, We mean what we say.
EMPORIUM OF FASHIONS,
J>ec 4. IS78
" HOODS, SACKS.
ANT) nil kinds of Woollen Goods for Chll
dren, also Ladies and Misses .Jackc
.Shawls, Nubias, Ac., In great vnrietv, at. Hi
EMPORIUM OF KASJIION8.
21, 1S78, tf.
?MM?W??MM?I I MMM???M??W
Ilfli-a4- n T5v?/
it in ic mi
HAVE NOW IN
AN IMMENSE S
FALL & WINTEi
[Jusurpassed in Point of Varit
Buyers Cannot Pail to
Gt UK AT HA n GAINS In Black Alpacas and Cashmeres,
r 75c and SI.00.
HAMBURG TRIMMINGS, CHEAP
Tlie best. Corset'for flftv cent* to he had anywhere at the
A large Stock of TABLE LINEN'S, TOWELS, GOUNT1
Gentlemen are Invited to Inspect their elegant
Stock of American, English and'
Hats and Ready-Made Clotlii
LOOK AT THIS! OVER ONE HUNDRED CASES BC
The largest Stock In this line ever offered In Abbeville. 1
tfpeclal attention called to
M-Sewoil fori in Men's Water-Proof Bi
OVERSHOES, of all sfzrj, and very cheap. Besides t
Hardware, Crockery, Groceri
Customers can be suited without any difficulty, andca
the worth of their money. The best class of Goods alwuy
Oct. 1G, 1878- Cunningham
Have Opened their ms
and are prepared to serve
tlie public generally. Givt
an early day,
CUNNINGHAM & '
Sept. 18, 1876, tf
FURNITURE! FURNITURE \\
AT COST! A1
- ) -f". ' ~ i T ;
WE Intend closing out our business In this place durln
tu do ho have put our
Prices Down to Acl
The following list will give you nn Idea of our prices:
to '1; from X.75to2.75; from 4.75 tofrom 5J}U to4:
Walnut French Bedsteads?from 8*.50 to 6.50; from 10 U
Bureaus?Imitation Walnut?from $10 to7.50; from 9.50
Walnut Bureaus?from $18 to 9.50: from 14 to 10.50: from
Chamber .Suits, Wan I robes. Chairs, Wasbstands, Itocktn
thing else proportionately low. Comeearly if you want i
?? * Orders by mali promptly attended to, if aceompau;
Oct. 10, 187S, Cm
HARD PAN A:
_A.x?? ISTo-vsr R<
FROM NEW YORK AN]
Tiflro-ft and Selec
DRY GOODS, NOTK
HA ED WAR!
Their Goods having been bought
at the lowest range of prii
j&.t Bott om !
Call and examine.
prill?, 1S7S, tf
u uucun UK
Of which are Now Worki
in the County of Ande
fair Prospect ot as ma
fore long. A Price
Terms can be had
Oct. 31, 1877 tf.
33:r. 2S. X3. "W"!
JJ i?i JN l ie
ABBEVILLE, S. C.. Office Ovc
I^HF, attention of the Ladies arc rcspectfully
and specially called to the follow- ~~
Cloaks from $2.50 to $12.50. llpci
In all the fashionable colors aud latest styles
froin W/.c to j'l.DO per yard.
HAMBURG EDGINGS. Ms
Insertings, Trimmings, f01 grcen
GLOVES, HOSIERY, UNDERVESTS, Jan. 31,
As cheap as r.ny in the market. Special J
Ilurgaiiis ollereit in Ladies' 1 iress Goods.
! W. JOEL SMITH & SON.
Oct. 23, 1678. fJnnnnry
W. C. BENET, H;?,'
A.ttorney ? t !La-vv
Law Run^?, AbboviUc C. If., S. C. Cc'-SI,
. . * k ja s-. . [ i.
. . >
It liUUll.\ i
ity and Excellence;' ;'1|
Examine tlielr Kid Gloves At 9PC,
'! CHEAP! CHEAP!"
IRPANES, nnd BED TICKIXOS.
French Cassiinercs;' ?
ing at all Prices.'
)OTS AND 8II0E8, BOW in rfore.
'rices are very low.
jots ana Boi-M Gaiters.; i
i./> "Utro onmnlnt/i nMnrtmpntoo 33
ies and Provisions
n buy with the assurance of getting
ignificent . ^ -;M
their friends and '
5 them a call at-' :M
; - .
g the next thirty days, and In order *
_ J ..
Cotlasc Bedsteads?Reduced from
; lrom 0 to 4.73.' ' VsHftSS
> 7: from 12 to 9: from 10 to 12. .
10 to 12.j?0. - -?.
gt'lmire, Safes, Cradles and eTeryn
led by the cash.
LLY & WILCOX, . i
Ninety-Six. H. C. .
r LAST. ->?
U MJ ilifiiu |gEg
D BOSTON AN
t Stock of
IS, SHOES, -~
ES, &q., &C. I
; at headquarters and
ces, are offered
=s.?^ " flj
a f V
X^IETJRJETE! ' *
ng Successfully . j
rson, with a
.ny more bei
List and -. '4
I by apTOZER,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
* T, ' , "f4
)T the Post Office.
EDWIN PARKER. **;
1878, tf. ^ ? t j,
J? A, * .(A
fona hoidlnjc cinlms ncntnit tlio E?-- '
of THOMAS C. PEKKIX, (tix-ciucd^-?
v notified and required to flletyVitrfik <
Administrator within thetliwapw- ?" '
U. W. PERRIJf. .
ist, 1878. / .
? Tf '
idcrslgned now huvo in successful ?
itlon. a rooU tan ynnl, nt DonnldMu-re
tildes of every Uescrlptlon will" "7~
t. For dry hides we Day cents; *
hides, ti cents. In barter.
, lniSTS u
' 1 1
rin of McNeill & Elmoro was dlssolnn
September the 1st 1S7S. All permitted
will make payment by 1st oC
next, as the business must bo closed
late, or the strong arms of the law - / "
csortedto. The tlrm name will bo ' *
y In settling.
STEPHEN ELMORE. > *
1S78, Cm.* 7. ^
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