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The Press aad Banner
A. L? U KVILLE, S.C.
Wednesday, April 12, 1882
The Emporium of Fashions.
Lot it be remembered that this well
known house, whoso chief object it is t
beautify ami adorn the fair spx, ill th
most practical way, ami at the least ex
ponse, was removed last Fall to the stor
room two doors below the post ollicc
* This storo which bus for so many year
furnished our ladies with all that thci
taste or the prevailing fashion dictated i
now no less elegantly furnished than i
wm in the days of yore, when no lady*:
wardrobe was complete without some ar
tide from this repository of fashionabh
goods. In t!i:-t house may al-vavs bi
found whatever would please the eve.o
servo for use. With the most bcautit'u
goods, the most imposing array, the inns
courteous attention, the ladies are sure t<
l>e pleased with their visit to the Empo
fill in of K.i^liion. twd doors below tin
We had the pleasure of meeting a
Troy, last Saturday Mr. Jas. T. Bacon
the graceful, genial and gifted editor o
the Edgefield Advertiser. He had beei
to a lar^o wedding in tho Dark Corner
and we found him seated on a dry goods
box, reading a love tale from Harper
Magazine, which goes to show tlie bent o
his thoughts, pity it is, that cousin .Jin
is so obdurate as not yet to have yieldei
to Cupids arts and darts, but it is not ye
too lute for him to show works mete foi
ropentanee. We were really delighted t<
see him, and hope when our railroad i>
c unpleted toseo more of him, and oltehei
to grasp tho hand of such an agreeable
cultured, and courteous gentleman.
TIia Varnnnoli Vollnv PollrAflfl.
In another column will bo found ?om<
important railroad notice* wliicli require
the attention of our people. Theauthor
ities of this road seem determined t<
push the work forward to completion
I'luck and energy like theirs know w
Mich word as fail. Let every man alonj
the line give a helping hand, and tlx
pre.it iron highway will be openet!
through the fairest and best portion ol
Abbeville County. Contractors and tax
payers, heed the notices to be found elsewhere
in the Press caul Banna-.
At the meeting of the Congregation 01
Trenity, Episcopal church, held lasl
Monday, the following officers were elected
: Wardens, \V. Fl. Parker, B. S.
Barnwell ; Vestrymen), A. Burt, W. A
Lee, J. T. Robertson, I). B. Smith, Iluuli
Wilson. D'.de^ates to the Convention
to bo held at Spartanburg in May, W,
II. Parker. W, A. Lee, W. C. Benct, B
Waliingford at Troj.
Mr. WolHngford spoke at Troy last Saturday,
the same speech that he delivered
at Ninety-Six, to about the same nutnbei
of people, and with the same effect, whieli
lias quite a sainesness about it, and is very
discouraging to Sam.
If there is wife or maiden in Abbeville
county who would make her husband
more devoted, or who would have hoi
lover to be more idolatrous, then she
should straight-way go to the enchanted
l?ower of roses, dowers, ribbons, and
hriuitl veils, presided over oy iMisw
JJridiro at the new anil elegant store of
the Messrs \V. Joel Smith & Son. It i>
every lady's bounden duty to appear a?
lKjantiful and as attractive as possible,
For this reason she will find It especially
to her Interest and advantage to examine
tho clioieo stock of new j;oo:ls which
embracos not only the ornamental, bill
tho useful as well. When wo visit sr
charming a place as the Messrs. Smith A
Son's, and find Ihere for sale the prettiesl
and best g?>ods thai cultivated taste or relined
art can contrive, we arc sensibly im.
pressed with the aching void which exists
in our own heart, from the lack of
( onto heart's id??l for whom it would be
our highest privilege to invest something
in flowers, ribbons, bonnets, or other
goods with which to beautify and make
glad the heart of woman. Let all women,
and all lovers of the sex, pay at least one
visit to the new store of Messrs. W. Joel
Smith Jt Son.
Thk Abbeville Rifles will meet at Capt.
Bonltam's office on Friday night, 14th
to make arrangements for their anniversary
celebration. A full attendance is deal
red as other important business will be
brought before the Company. Wearo requested
to say that any person, not a
member of the company, having any of
the property of the company in his possession
is requested to return it to Capt.
Iktnhain or Sergent Cothran.
The advertisement of the Supervisor
of Registration appears in another column
Hi'??# ??/# Fismittfr otiH
notice that sotno changes have been made
lu tho appointments as published last
weak. Kejjister, and be not legislated out
of your hrth-right by the operation of an
iniquitous law. Without registration the
citizen will now be powerless to influence
elections by the casting of a vote.
Mb. T. J. Rowland, the Upholster
will remain here but one week longer,
nil persons having parlor seta, and furniture,
of nil descriptions needing repairing
will do well to call on him. lie is an
experienced upholsterer and repairer, and
has iciven entire ?atjsfac\j'in- !y
?* Scrns Who naVe tested his workmanship
and *kill in Ms line of business. It
Mr. Cat.lehan who was so severely
injured by the falling of a plank kiln on
liim is now greatly improved *>nd no fears
are notf felt of his losing either his life or
his lex. The 'benevolent people in his
neighborhood have raised a subscription
in his behalf which has so far met with a
cordial and liberal response.
Rev. H. C. DuBosk, Missionary,
laboring at?8cochow, China, will deliver
a lecture on China, in the Presbyterian
Church, on Saturday evening. May 0.
On Sunday May 7th, Mr. Dullose will
fireachin the Presbj-terian Church: mornrig
and evening, and probably to the
children in tho afternoon.
Miss Wilson, of West Virginia, is on
a visit to the Misses Norwood, of this
place. We are glad to welcome Miss
Wilson to our community, and trust she
will leave with pleasant recollections of
the place, and that memory may briug
revivals of her trip to old Abbeville.
The track-laying on the Augusta and
Knoxville road progresses. Only some
live or hix limes remain 10 oe umsneu.
A sufficiency of spikes, it is said, i.as
been procured, hut there is a deficiency
of cross-ties, which may delay the work
for a short tlino.
I Mit. David Crawpord, who was recently
so severely cut, has completely recovered.
He was in our office last Monday,
looking well, and says he is able
now to do hard work, and hopes to make
a big crop this year.
Why is it tho Emporium of Fashions
are selling so many hats, bonnets, and
all kinds of ladies goods? Because their
prices are down with the times, and full
valhe given for the money in new and
The elegant supply of neck wear, fancp
ribbons, veilings, corsets, laces, jewelry,
scarf pins, hair goods, cotton trimmings,
magic rufflings, parasols, <fcc.,cin
not bo beat at the Emporium of Fashions.
Dress goods, dress goods, silks, silks
with all kinds of trimmings to match in
every shade and variety, aro now beinf!
Uliereu m inrf^st assuiunviu, tncnji
cheap, at the Emporium of Fashions.
Cap*. Perrin. Sheriff, DuPre, Mr
' Seal and Mn A. W. Jones, went fisninj.
Monday, with every preparation lor fur
and comfort, and we suppose will coint
back with fisherman's luck.
Ladies be sure to try the new milliner
at the Emporium of. Fashions, in its new
quarters, next door to hotel, if you wan I
a pretty and stylish bat or bonnet.
White Brothers have a fine assort
ment of black dress goods, embracing
benrietta cloths, famise, buntings, nuu'i
veiling, cashmers grenadines <fcc.
P--^ White piques, lawns, mulls, dottoci
** Wwiss, muslins, and all kinds of wasl
fc goods in beautiful stvles and very cheaj
F at the Emporium of Fashions.
Linen ui.sters, all sizes and prices
W cheaper than a lady can buy material t<
w make up, can now'be found al the Empo
L rium of Fashions.
I Judge McGowan left hero last Mon
day for Columbia, to take his place on tlx
Supreme Ilencb which is now in session
The wedding is all the talk now, anc
many young people are expecting a glori
> ous time to-morrow night.
Be suro and try the Evitt's shce. A
full lino of Ladies, Misses and children al
Smith A Son.
Ladies fine shoes. Evitt <fc Brother'*
make. None better. Give thcin a trial
Smith <fc Son.
Thk Carolina corset is the best in th<
market at the price. Call for it at Whitt
Another supply of Heisers hand
made shoes just received by Whiu
A bkautiftl lino of jewelry, ear
rings, breastpins and bracelet* at Scnitl
Gentlemen can find at White Brothers
good assortment of ties, scarfs, Ac.
Look at White Brothers stock of dresi
liuens, they are cueap?very clieap.
An elegant stock of lawns; white, black
and colored, at White Brothers.
Miss Sharps at Dne West, is on a visi
to Miss Lythgoe, of Abbeville.
Sunday was indeed a lovely day, anc
all of Abbeville was at church.
Whitk goods, trimmings, and laces it
great variety at White Ur.>thes.
Mb. Wade S. C'oturan, of McC'or
mick, was in town this .veek.
A handsome and elegant liue of ladie
nnderwear at Smith <fc Son.
A-oood stock of ready-made clothinj
at White Brothers.
Miss Aldrich is on a visit to Capt
, Woman's Noble Resolve,
BENDING ALL HER ENERGIES TO
I RELIEVE OUR PEOPLE FROM
THE THRALDOM OF WHISKY.
What She Has Done Elsewhere, and
What She Will Do in South
<' Nohlc Army of Cold Water Men Als
'* Mrs. Chapin, of Charleston, addressed
s quite a large number of our citizens at
II liie Methodist.Church last Sunday night
s|on Temperance, or lather the evils of in-J
' temperance. Tin; proceedings were he- '
L'|gun by tho singing of a hyiun, followed j
- by prayer by the Rev. Mr. llarper, in-j
r voking the blessings of Almighty (.iod on !
' the assembly, and praying for his aid to
1 remove tho terrible curse of Inicmper-j
? ance which now blights the land. Mr.
" Harper introduced Mrs. Chapin with aj
- j few preliminary remarks, saying that In- i
j temperance had always been the greatest J
j stumbling block to the spread of religion ;
j and prefacing it with many instances to
t; this ctJect which had come under his im}
mediate observation, and saying that he
J j was glad that the Ladies had become in,;
terested iu this great work, acknowledge
| ing them as powerful allies and with
*; tlieir aid and assistance he thought that
41 great and powerful ends could beachicvf
,j Mrs. Chapin, from the^chancel of the
j: cnuren negan oy saying mat u wmii ncu j
11 departure for the* Southern people, to |
-j hear a Southern lady address them on!
, j this subject, but that she came with a spe- I
4 j cial message and with a special interest to !
rj the people of Abbeville, many of whom I
jsho knew in her younger days, and with i
' j whose people she was closely united.
This step of lecturing 011 her part was
I first induced when on a visit to Haiti-;
! more, she was induced to visit a meeting;
i j of the Women's Christian Temperance
i 1 Union, when she beheld a native of this'
i county, of the best name and fame of the |
> county who had gradually sunk to the
! lowest depths of infamy and debauchery,
>j but who through the instrumentality oi l
c! these ladies association^ had been raised
? I from his disgrace, and was now on the
I plane of decency and respectability. He
I had asked her to go forward and proclaim .
, the great benefits that the Union had ae !
complished for him, and to point to him as!
ja polished stone in the temple. Then it j
; was that she resolved to bend all of herj
j industry and energy to relieve South Car- j
p olina, her native State, from tho fearful
t etlccts of whiskey, whose luneful effect
was greatly increased front what it was
ever before. She said that woman was
' | tho acknowledged conservator of the in- j
II terests of home, that her influence was]
'all powerful, that she ruled tho world, |
| and that when she resolved to check any ,
' j grievance, reform was necessary, absolute,
and bound to come, and that any-J
I thing that brings sorrow into the family,'
j brought pain to the mother's heart,
j Intemperance is the scourge of our na-1
;tion, and the women have resolved that
I it shall cease and their homes not sold out
;to the liquor traders. The Women's
1 I plii-ivtlun Tflinnnrniii-o T'nioii i? i
': seated in many Suites by tho noblest and
| best women in the land. In three of the
j Southern States, the wives of the Governors
are the presidents of the Slate
I [Unions and tho officers are from amotn;
the most cultivated and refined ladies.
>: One who knows has written "When woI
men resolve a crime shall coast* it i?
I i doomed." The women in South Carolina I
II had resolvod and Prohibition would l e
fj the inevitable result. Their object is to
i] keep Intemperance at the minimum. It
i i is a withering, blighting, devastating
i' curse, without one single compensating
lyood and God would In ansvver pray
j remove it.
11 Mrs. Chapin said that in Spartanburg
; and Greenville coffee houses had been established
and tho young men of these
: places frequented them and lound these
:j resorts more congenial than the haunts
: of vice ar.d intemperance.
I Mr>. Chapin has so far added over eight
! hundred names to the South Carolira
''roll. Over one hundred names have
''been signed up to date hero and others
: are promised. At tho organization :ieid
;att!ie Methodist Chu;.:h last Monda}', the
' following officers were elected:
j President, Mrs. Harper.
| General Vice-President, Mrs. Coogler.
j Vice-President from Baptist Church,
Mrs. Pratt; Presbyterian Church, Mrs.
Lucy Thomson; Methodist Church, Mrs.
J. G. Kdwards.
I Secretary, Miss Julia Zeigler.
Treasurer, Mrs. M. D. McDonald.
She addressed the young people vesteriday
afternoon and spoke to the colored i
I people last night by request, at their
\ church, urging them to vote for good and
1 temperate men.
The Ladies Shopping Guide.
j Tick largest stock and bost assortment
! of ladies goods-"exclusively" in the upi
a \f it...i
j dun t? Co., old aland next door to the post
\ Foil the best assortment of millinery
| goods of all descriptions and at lowest
prices, call on R. M. lladdon & Co.
For the largest stock and ureatest variety
of dress silkn, black and colored
watered salens, brocade silks and all the
; novelties in dress trimmings at lowest
i prices call on It. M. lladdon & Co.
Fon the largest stock and greatest
I variety of silk tinges, laces ?tcM for dresses
-caJHw Ik ?1"
Fob wite goods of a'l the newest fabrics,
both foreign and domestic, call on R. M.
lladdon 6c Co.
For "Notenghain Lace" for curtains
In white and Ecru, call on It. M. Haddon
For parasols and fans of the latest designs,
call on K. M. lladdon A Co'.
For towels and table linen, call on R.
M. lladdon cfc Co.
For ladies shoes the best assortment
can be loond at It. M. Haddon & Co.
For ladies neck wear, ties, fischues,
ruftlings, collars &c., call ou R. M. lladdon
For the best assortment of dress goods
and dress trimmings to match, call ou It.
M. lladdon <& Co. ?
The Medical SocielT.
The Abbeville Medical Society fnct
: Tuesday, 11th April. The President, Dr.
i J. L. Pressly, in the Chair. The Libra!
rian. Dr. Parker, presented books dot
nated by Hon. D. YVyatt Aiken, and Tuli
ly's Theraputics and Materia Medica, donated
by Capt. W. T. Branch.
On motion the thanks of the Society
were tendered these gentlemen.
Dr. McBride presented as a donation of
Dr. W. C. Norwood, two volumes by Jef[
ferson Davis, the'"Rise and Downfall of
the Confederate Government."
[ The following offered by Dr. McBride
; was passed:
Rexolvcd, that this Society feels highly
grateful to Dr. Norwood for his valuable i
I donation, and that we appreciate him as
I, an honorary member of the Society, both
' ] for his generosity and professional abilII
I Drs. Calhoun, YVinestock, J. W. Wideman,
W. M. Taggarf and F. F. Gary, i
. were elected delegates to the Suite Medi.
oal Association. The Society meets again
i " E. If. McBniDK, Secretary.
Words of Wisdom bj "0. P. H.?
1! Editors Pres* and Banner:
The farmer'Ik beginning to rally from his
?|Bcanty subsistence and assuming a het'er
,1 hope of warding<?fl* the"woil from the door"
' In beholding his Haltering prospect of small j
! ccreais that monopolize u spacious area of his
soil. A more remunerating out look never
; has presented itself In this section. I already
i1 nave discerned inst preying upon the tender
, blade of my wheat, in spots.
'I Farmers have not yet given up the use of.
I guanos. It skeins to be an lmllspeni-able
i commodity in producing the snowy product. |
| A little more precaution, however, is observed I
. i and economy is brought Into requisition for,
II fear of coming Into mutact with a drought
l and a cyclone of indignation from the press,
. i if, perchance we should feel constrained to
| demand next fall a "rebate" from guano deal-1
? ers. The a vet ate In cotton has hot been di-j
J I mlnlRhed much. If any. Some la; mers have j
j commenced planting cotton.others a<e hurry
; Inc to cet tlie ground in readiness. We had a j
1 I late start but with Incnnsed energy and fa?
1! vorable weather, mucii progress lias been j
j i made and the distance behind the usual
i "times" is not very great.
The time for political wrangling lias come
? 'again. The din of bat tie is beginning lobe
)! heard. The tocsin of war is sounded. I no-,
.! tlce in your columns an order has been Issued '
I by the democratic Secretary lor subordinate,
clubs to reorganize and convene centrally by i
- ' delegation on the first Monday of May. 1 am :
> at a loss to conceive the necessity of giving i
j momentum to the Imll so early, rather, I!
' think, premature. Three months later would ;
1 tie ample time to get up reaction in the party :
. and would do equally as well or better. But,
II presume edltcrs and newspaper correspond-1
1 etit-s are on the verge ot starving for material
l : to harp upon and make a fti-s about and camI
paIgn speeches are undergoing the process of
j decomposition Tor the want of ventilation
'That abominable processor registration Is a
i! deplorable nuisance and will have a greater
. itruucurj iv ucuiwiioii ucmuviuc; umii iruuu't
lug It up. 0. P. II.
? TIic Prosrcution of Sonlh Carolinians.
.! A large number of white men of this State
>1 are on trial at Charleston this week helore the
j United States Court which opened on Monday.
These men it Is alleged are being tried
-! for violation ot the election laws of the United
j ' Stales, but they are !n fact being tried because
they are South Carolinians. TiioumuhIk of
I men In New York and elsew here have violated
i i the election laws. Why is it that Brewster
! conies all the wav to South Carolina to vent
his spleen upon our people? It may be bei!
cause South Carolina once submitted to the
i iron heel of despotism that lirewster thinks
! her people will again submit to similar out'
j rages. It remains with the white people to
j say whether they will submit to these things
m or not, it remains with us to determine at
, once whether we shall stand together as a
unit ami right to the bitter end this In vaslon
| of our State by ilie minions of a corrupt and
j unscrupulous government. We cannot affoid
i at this time to dispute with each other about
i Mi ngs upon which we may ditier. These differences
must be adjusted or laid aside 11 we
are going to preserve our liberties, our rights
and our civilization. Is there a single man in
j this county who will hesitate about what
course to pursue under these circumstances?
3 i We do not believe there is.
I Go and see White Brothers' stock of
fancy straw hats.
:. Mbs. VV. C. Bti>*et ami family are hi
Tlio St- Louise Journal of Agriculture
tells us that the per centage of loss oi
young chicks i? no inconsiderable item,
especially with those who do not give
them tlio verj" best of attention at the particular
time when thev need it most.
The mere hatching is tho leist di(lieuIt
part of tho blooding management of
! fowls, the real trouble, care and oxpense
I dating from .thai time until the chicks
are able, in a general way, to take care ol
themselves. It is safe to say that many
; poultry raisers lose from 2"> to 50 per cent.
; of the chicks hatched which materially
: increases the cost of those saved. To rei
duce this loss to the minimum, should
be the endeavor of all who \;ish to
realize a fair profit form their poultry.
Damp coops are the cause of injury,
and very often their effects are fatal to
the chicks when in the downy stage, and
before they have grown a complement of
feathers. To avoid this loss, the coop
should have board bottoms (if moveable,
so much better, as they are more easily
kept clean), so the oiiicks can L>o kept
from the damp ground or grusn. The
hen and her brood should be confined to
tho coop, and only left to run at large
when the grass is dry and the weather
comfortably warm for them. On rainy,
or even cool, damp days, chicks will do
better if kept in confinement, though
they may not think so at the time, and
manifest their dissent by their restless
,V i\iit linn Antiun /-.f ol..V- .>?oo ?,?!
as well, among young chicks may be
traced t<< feeding too soon and too liberally
of corn meal alone, which is too course
and heating for the very young. A better
plan is to feed them, until three or
four weeks old, on stale bread, moistened
or s>-alded with milk, adding milk
curds, both of which are nourishing and
strengthening and in no way iniurious.
When thus fed they require very litllo
water, in fact some successful breeders
give no water at all to tneir chicks until
they are well able to run about and shift
for themselves to some extent, belie v< ing
that water induces diarrluea and
Roomy, rain-proof, comfortable coops
are a necessity. In these the hens should
he confined until the chicks are some two
weeks old, unless the weather is fine and
the hen is not disposed to ramble, which
is seldom the ease. Nor can hens be allowed
to run nt large at all while the
chicks are young, if many are kept in the
same general enclosure or run. Quarreling
among the mother disturbs and frightens
the chicks, even if they are not killed,
as sometimes they will be, while long
strolls soon tire the chicks, and many are
thus lost and consequently perish". At
all times, young chickens should be kept
out of tail grass and weeds, whether dry
or not. A smooth, closely mown lawn,
with sunshine and shade combined, is
just the proper arrangement for liens and
their broods to ramble in, and the chicks
are old enough to keep lip with the mothers.
Keep the little fellows warm and
comfortably dry, feed often but not too
lavishly, keep away the hawks, rats audi
other 'so-called vermin, and there is")
money in the chicken business, while
caring for them is just the nicest kind of
outdooremplovment for women and well- j
l>red, good-humored and attentive children.
At Newberry Saturday April 8th, Instant,
Mrs. Lewis \V. Slnikinsn Hon.
We are autlierized t<> announce SENA- ;
TOR J. C. MAXWELL, as a candidate
Notice to Contractors
SEALED PROPOSALS fortho grading j
of the entire line of the Savannah i
Valley Railroad ungraded, either as a|
whole or in sections, will be received by
the secretary until the 9th day of May
By order of the Board.
J. E. BREAZEALE,
Secretary S. V. R. R. Co..
Anderson, S. C.
May 12, 1SS2.
Convention of Stockholders
of the S. V. R. R.
'I'HE Annual- Convention of tlie Stock1
holders of the Savannah Valley It. It.
Co., will lie held at Lowndcsviile, S. C., on the
lu:h day of May, A. D. ls?2.
The Taxpayers of the Town and Townships
thai liHve subscribed to the capital stock ol'the
Company are requested to meet on SATURDAY,
the Oth PAY OK MAY next, and choose
not less than three nor more than live delegates
to said Convention, to wit:
The Town of Anderson, at Anderson C. II.,
at 5 p. m.
Centreville Township, at Hunter's Sprlngat
3 p. in.
Varennes Township, at Flat Rock, at 3 p. m.
Hall Township, at Carswell, at3 p. in.
Savannah Township, at at Win. Jones' at 3
Dark Corner Township, at Sherard's Store,
at 3 p. in. ,
Magnolia Tovrnshipat Riley's School House
at 3 p. in.
Calhoun Townsh'p,at Mt. Carrael, at 3 p. m.
U.. nr>l?r nl- >... U,w.-.l
J. K.. BRAZEALE.
Secretary S. V. K. K. Co.
April 12, 18S2, 4t
Ark hereby notified that
tlio books for tho Registration of Voters
will be opened in each township, as follows
Bordeaux, MoKettricks Mill, May 9.
Calhoun's, Mt. Carmcl, May 10.
Magnolia, Monterey, May 11,
Lowndesville, Lowndesville, May 12.
Diamond Hill, AntreviHe, May 13.
Abbeville, Abbeville C. H., May 15 and
Cedar Springs, Frazieryille, May 17.
Indian Hill, Troy, May 18.
White Hall, White Hall; May 19.
Smiihville, Evans' Mills, May 20.
Coicesbury, Hodges, Mn? 23.
Long Cane, Douglass Mill, May 24.
Due West, Due West, May 25.
Donaldsville, Donaldsville, May 26.
Greenwood, Greenwood, May 29.
Ninety-Six, Ninety-Six, May 30.
Oflflpft will hfl nnpn from 8 A XI f/s 10
M. and from 1 P. M. to 5 P. M.
GEO. H. WADDELL,
Supervisor Registration Abbeville Co.
April 12, 1S82, 3t
State of South Carolina,
IN THE PROBAT COURT.
In the matter of the estate of Larkin Barmore,
NOTICE Is hereby ulven that Barmore and
Aekrr, Executors of I-arkln Barmore,
deceased, have applied to this Court for a discharge
from their office.
Ordered, that Friday May 12, 1S82, be fixed
as the day lor settling said estate and discharge
of the Executors.
J. FULLER LYON,
Judge I'robate A. C.
Citato ani Grmille R. R. Co.
SCHEDULE OF CHEAP EXCURSION
during the FLORAL FAIR of the South Carolina
ROUND-TltIP TICKETS to CHARLESTON
will be sold at ali ticket stations on the line
of th's road and branches from April 17th to
20lh Inclusive, at the following rates :
Alstoi fiTi'l'el/.er 7 90
Poinaria 4 So.tJreenville. ..... 8 20
Prosperity 5 10i Pendleton- 8 10
Newberry 5 30'Seneca 8 45
Chappells 5 *5 Walhalla 8 63
Ninety-Six 0 15 Martins 5 SO
New Market..'. ti 35 Clinton 0 0O
Grt enwt>od 6 40 Laurens 0 25
Hodges (i 70Strolhers ..., 5 00
Donnaids 7 00 Shelton 5 25
Aiinevnie 7 lusantuc S
Ilonca Path 7 l'i|Union 5 g",
lii'lton 7 40 Jonesville 6 15
WHIiamston 7 (JD'Facolet 0 35
Anderson 7 70'Spartanburg 6 70
, Piedmont 7 g>!
Tickets nold ut these rates will be good to return
until April 22d, ISii-.
J. \V. FRY.
General Passenger Agent.
April 12,1882. It
!State of South Carolina.
IN Tin: COMMON PLEAS.
Lucy B. Jones vs Benjamin B. Jones and
T>Y virtue of authority or on order of His
*-' Honor .Indue Al Irlch, I will sell on
SALESDAY IN* MAY, 1S82, within the legnl
hours of sale, at Abbeville, ('. II., that lot of
land lylner, being and situated In the town of
1 Ninety-six, said Slate and Couuty, containing
THREE AND THREE-QUARTER ACRES,
more or less, bounded by residue of the
Homestead of said Lucy B. Jones, Church lot
and School House lot, and others.
TERMS OK SALE?CASH. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
M. L. BONHAM, JR.,
; March 5, 1882. tf
i rpHE subscriber will be in his office to reelster
Schools Claims on every Saleday, and
on Saturday. 15th April, and Saturday, 13th
March 22, 1882, tf
jjlN ACCORDANCE WITII THE
; Act to raise supplies for the fiscal year
j commencing November 1st, 1881, ap|
proved February Dili, 1.SS2. Notice is
i hereby given that the Treasurer's ofj
fioe of Abbeville ('ountv, n\ i 11 be open
for the collection of taxes
'MONDAY, MAY 1, 1882,
jaml will remain open until June 1st.
The rate per centum of taxes is as
I Slate purposes 4+ nuns.
County current 3 "
I Deficiencies 1.J "
Schools 2 11
| Total 11} mills.
Poll Tax SI.
: "The taxes shall be collected in two
installments, viz: The first installment
shall be due and payable from
the first day of May to the first day ofi
iJune, 18S2, and the second installment J
j shall be due and payi hie from the fif-;
i teenth day of September to the thirty- j
j first day of October, 1SS2."
A penalty of five per centum attaches
to the first installment if not paid'
by the first day of June, 1SS2.
Tax-payers can pay all in May if
they desire to do so.
Taxes are payable in the following
| kind of funds and no other: Gold
'and silver coin, United States Currency,
National Bank Note**, and Coupons
! which shall become payable during
: the year 1882, on the valid Consolidat-j
cd Bonds of this Stale, known ns
j "Brown Bonds," also Jury Certificates
, and the per diem of State witnesses in
- the Circuit (A.urts will be received for
jCour.ty Taxes not including School
J. W. PERMIT,
| Treasurer's Office,
April 5, 18S2, 4t _
-HAVE RECEIVED TIXEIRSpring
?and arc prepared to serve the public?
CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES.
April 5,1882, tf
'PHE LADIES ARK RESPECTFULLY IXI
vlteil to our largo and unusually attractive
cunrnnteelne all the latc?t styles and very
lowest cash price*.
March 29,1S82. tf
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
Has accepted the agency, of
Wannntnaker it Brown,
Have a lanre assortment of samples cn hand
plates to select styles of CLOTHING. Will
guarantee a tit. will be pleased lor everybody
to examine samples and prices before
ordering a tine spring suit.
March 20,1882, tf
-AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUSEclipse
Traction and Portatable
The waynksboro eclipse separas
TOR, SAW MILLS, t'OT. ON GINS. A'lso.THK
AMERICAN FRUIT DRYER. Parties
wishing the above, address
SPEAKE & BRO.,
Kinard's T. 0., S. C.
March 29. 1882, 12ni
And kerosine oil.
Out of Library.
WITHOUT permission, Dnnnlesm's Dictionary,
No. 19. Please return at once.
EDWIN PARK Kit.
March 22, 1882. tf Librarian.
Fancy Articles, Paper, &c.
FANCY Qii111 Pen Holders, Dice, "The
Only" or Pencil Holder, Pens, It. 11. Pen.
c* 11 r Htihhnr tins, l'pnrils. white tins? I.Cir.il
I Cup Paper, 10 lb.: Legal Cftp, 14 lb. and 12 II).;
Fine Linen Legal Cup l'nper,Trump Commercial
Note, 0 lb.; Hadly's Note.4 lb.; Novelty
Noie, 31b.; The Kensington Note, 0 lb ; The
Cream Octave Note, whlto Envelopes to
match, Linen French Note, Envelopes to
match, Mourning Paper, Paper Box. Paper
and Envelopes, Pockct Photograph Alliums.
EDWIN PARK EH.
March 22,1882, It
A LARGE lot of new Chromns 22 x 28 and
21 x 30,) on exhibition and for sale, at
$1.15 each at
\\\ P. WARDLAW.
April 30, 1881.
TUESDAY, APRIL 4
IIATS. FLOWER.4?, RIBBONS.
LACES. LACE TIES, LACE COLLARS,
MOTHER HUBBARD COLLARS,
HAIR GOODS, VEILINGS, JtC.
SILKS, SATINS, BUTTONS,
and almost every article for LADIES PRESS.
R. H. HADDON & GO.
March 29 1882, tf
Snperintenflents of Hiiliajs.
r|TIE following arc appointed Superintend1
cuts of II lull ways In the respective townships
). NIncly-six?J. Y. Plnson,
2. Greenwood?J. T. McKellar.
3. Cokesbury?J. D. Pace.
4. Donaldsvllle?Robert Mattison.
5. Due West? S. J. Davis.
(i. Long Cane?H. W. Howie.
7. Smithville?G. W. Loinax.
8. White Hull?D, W. Jaj\
fl. Indian Hi 11?\V. II. Adnmson.
It). Cedar Springs?W. L. Miller.
11. Abbeville?James A. Held.
12. Diamond Hill?E. D. Kay.
l:i. Lowndcsvlllc?15. Hoi I In Allen.
U. Magnollu?S C. Rilev.
15. Calhoun's?J. II. Lulimer.
1(1. Bordeaux?James Ccrlcy.
Tne .superintendents are hereby required to
appoint overseers, direct them to call out
hands ami have roads worUed by the 1st day
of April next.
W. T. COWAN, Chairman,
W. R. McKINNISY,
J. T. BASKIN, Jr.
T. P. Cotiiran, Clerk.
March 15,1882, if
r 1LE AN ROOMS. HIGH CEILING. VENtllatlorr
perfect. .Servants polite and atfentlvo."
Bells In rooms. Best rooms reserved
tor traveling public.
W. R. WHITE, Proprietor.
August 10, 1SS1, tf
M, S. G7 THOMSON,
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
tr*.OFFiCK upstairs Mcllwalne Corner."?3
July 7,1881. lyr.
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
HAS opened a new stock of FURNITURE
over the More of A. M. Hill <fc Sou, and
will be pleaded to recelveacn.il from his
friends. His stocK consists of every variety
Df FUBNITUHK usunlly kept In a first-class
store. All of willch 1b otTered at prices to salt
Feb. Si. IfiSl. tf
W. 0. ".kket. Ji*. II. Rich, L. Warm.?w Smith.
Abbcvll.e. Mnttv-3lx. Abbeville.
BENET, RICE & SMITE
THE underslcne.l have to-day formed a
partnership tor the practice of law. under
the tlrin name of BENET. RICE & SMITH.
-frfKhb-CouVls of this
3Dite.aml In ihei'onrts of the United States.
").*tlc<s ai Abbeville Court House, atill
W. C. BENET,
JAMiCS H. RIfE.
L. WAKDLAW SMITH.
Abbeville, S. C., Jan. 10, 1s8l'.
Bent In the World.
E. I'ARKEK, Agent.
Jan. 11,1882, tf
TEAS, FISH, SOAP,
Abbeville, S. C.
Dec. 13,*1S80, tr.
Boots and Shoes, Harness
BEST material used, fine workmen employ
cd, custom work made promptly, and at
the lowest bottom prices for cash. Hides always
bought at llie highest market price for
cash or In exchange for leather or work.
January 28, 1880, ly.
Lanflreth, Bnist, Hiram Sillej,
JOHNSON & ROBINS.
-ALL FRE8II AND GOOD.H.
W. LAWSON & CO.
Feb. J, 1882, tf
THIS TOWN COUNCIL
HAS.passed an ordlnnnco requiring nil
owners o( DOCiS to pay ft Inx of SO
CENTS 011 eneh Dog. As nn evidence tlmt
said tax Is paid, all Dogs must have on COLI.AKS
which enn be secured from the
Treasurer FREE OF COST.
J. W. PERRIN,
T. P. QUARLES, Secretary.
March 15,1882, If
. 1 1? l.>
W. JOEL Sffi
Wo have in stock and to a
and LARGE ASSORTMENT o
which aro conveniently arrang<
GOODS STORE, which has r?*<
vated and tixed up in IIANDSi
manner. Wo have spared noil
equipment of our Store and
STOCK, and we trust that our s
lio unappreciated by our friends
LARGE STOCK, A NEW J;
STOCK of Dry Goods, Milline
We respectfully invite an inspe
April 5, 18S2, tf
Nos. 350 & 351
All kinds of ooods suitable to t
occupy tli? lame nmi commodious store
CO. Give us a will and you will tlnd our stock I
LADIES, MISSES, CH
We arc ngcnts f
LGWING MACHINES, OILS, NEI
When In want examine ours. Everything we s
the larze pntronHite bestowed upon us by our fri
tinuunceof the same by FAIR DEALING and
March 22, 2SS2, tf
R. W. C1
Toner. Birdsall, Ames
ary Portable i
OWEF.PSITAKES, FARC.UHAR AND CAR
r? AND BROWN GINS,. FEEDERS AND
PRESSES, ORIST MILIjS. SUGAR MILLS
MOWERS, FEED CUTTERS, f'ORV SHELLF
and all kinds of MILLING SUPPLIES. So
Central Hotel. Abbeville. S. C.
IS. K. Ill
DRESSED AND ROUGH 1
SCROLL WORK art TORN;
SASH, BLINDS, DOOR
April 20. 1881. tf.
for salejqr rent.
! THIAT very desirable residence on Magazine
1 Hill, recently occupied l>y Mr. B W.
Barnwell, Including several acres of ground.
For term?, &c., apply to
BENJ. S. BARNWELL.
March 8. 1882, It
THE undersigned have opened a flrst-plns.s
hotel In the Knox Block on Main Street.
It lt< In the huglness purl of the town and has
a number of Inrue, well-furnished and comfortable
rooms. Reasonable rates, eood fare
and closeattcutlon to guests ulwuys guaranteed.
J. KNOX & CO.
J. H. "SfMONS, Manager.
Dec. 21,1881, tf ^
JAMES C. klUriHr
Attorney at Law,
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
WILL practlcn in ull the Courts of the State.
Marshall P. DeBruhl, j
Attorney at Law,
ABBEVILLE C. H. S. C.
The Place to Get What
CHRISTIAN & WILSON
I . ....
ALWAYS in store,a complete stocK or;
FANCY GROCERIES, CANNED
GOODS and CONFECTIONERIES of
all kinds. The best and cheapest CIGARS
and TOBACCO. The FINEST
WINES and LIQUORS.
Sweet Mash Corn Whiskey
For medical purposes a specialty. Also,
Choice Liquors of any kind for medical
Give us a call. Satisfaction guaranteed.
CHRISTIAN & WILSON,
Abbeville, S. C.
Nov. 16.18S1, tf
Received This Week!
Three new and stylish walnut
Chamber Suites at bottom prices, at
w. p. wardlaw.
April 20, 1S81.
L. w. Perkix, t. P. Cothrax
PERRIN & COTHRAN,
attorneys at Law,
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
Jan. 111880, tf
Paas Dyes, Paas Dyes.
WILL dye ok^h, any material of woolen,
?>lIk, paper ami feathers. Will not dye '
cotton. I'uuer 5 cents each,ft papers lor '.5
cents, EDWIN PARSER.
March 22,1SS2, tf
ALWAYS HEADY ? mends Glass. China,
Crockery, Wood, <!fcc.
For the Many.
RtCHTER'S HARMONICA'S, A. D. and 0..
Russian'Out Violin SI rings, E. A. I).and
a.. Fiddle Hows. EDWIN PARKER.
March 22.1882, -It
J. W. SIGN,
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
J^EEPS on hand a full assortment of
nvtvn vt uv t ? * Mm ? vvn m n
riNfi dUKIAL UAdhtiTS,'
from the cheapest to the host. Hearse will
attend funerals, when desired.
He will also Contract for the
Erection of Buildings;
He Is agent for the sale of Sash, Doors
Blinds, Moulding*:, Stalr-rnl lings, Floorings
and everything pertaining to house building
April 7, 1880, tf
A CHOICE lot of beautiful CIIUOMOfi of
tho most attractive kind, just received,
W P. Wardlaw's.
March 8. 1882, tf
L -I I "1LEL1-?l1. .4*^"
ITE & SOS.
rrivea MOST BEAUTIFUL
f Spring and Summer Goods,
jd and displayed in our PRY
'pntlv been completely renoOM10,
ther laiior nor expense in the
the PURCHASING of nur
in core effort to please will not
i and customers. We have a
STOCK, and a HANDSOME
rv, Notions, Boots and Shoes.
I'lion ol* our stock.
OEL SMITH & SON.
^ALB & CO.
I Main Street,
HE WANTS OF EVERY ONE. WE NOW
Ix-usc formerly occupied by BARNWELL &
ull and complete. Many nice goods for tbc
ILDREN AND ALL.
or nil kinds ol
EDMS AID ATTACHMENTS!
oil cunrnnteed ns represented. Thankful for
ends and the public, wc hope to merit u coilSTRICT
ATTENTION to our business.
W. T. McDONALD & CO.
J FOR? v
DWELL THRESHERS. GULLETT, HALL
CONDENSERS, SAW MILLS COTTON
AND EVAPORATORS, REAPERS AND
:rs, rubber and leather belting,
nd for terms and prices. Office next door to
AC II At!.
[N&S of eiery Descripton,
S, LATHS and LIME.
111 111 WfMIfg
Coumbia, S. O
rpHESE WORKS WERE ESTABLISHED
J in 18-17 by Messrs. Geo. Sinclair anil James
Anderson and purchased by me In the year
lrto?, and from thai time till now carried on
wssfidlv by myself. My friends and enstom^iV^will
bear witness of the large and stupendousj^obs
executed by me. It was at my
works wlierC4'ie largest and almost only Job
of its class evef v^t'cnted in this city was done,
viz.: the makinffv"!' the pipes for tho City
Water Works in thenar lt?<?. In the branch
of BELL FOUNDING.^/- " w?y that I have
mude the laruest hells everCy*', the -State,
audi iih ihc bell lor the l lty Iftiil In <'o umblii.
My slock of patterns for ARL'ZJULCI URAL
WORK. COLUMNS for Storefronts, is
lnr?eand various, and In RAILINGS W#r Balconies,
Gardens and Cemeteries I havtf
largest variety and most modern pattcfrrS;
many of these are patented and I have purchased
the right f-ir this State.
In the machine lino I can furnish my patrons
with STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS
of any size and description. My CIRCULAR
SAW MILLS have carried ofT the prize at every
State Fair held In this city, and in their
consti uctlon I have taken pains to combine
simplicity with the most useful modern improvements,
and may Hatter myself that mv
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS And favor with every
sawyer who understands his business.
The many orders 1 am steadily receiving for
SUGAR CANE MILLS prove that the public
appreciate ine mills <n iiiv jiihkc, nun ni 11 i*
with my GEARING for HOUSE POWERS,
GIN WIIEEI.S, GRIST MILLS and other
I have the manufacturing right of many
PATENTS, sucli as cast Inns for ROCK COTTON'
AND HAY PRESS and three or four
different FEED CUTTERS and other Implements.
I will he pleased to send my circulars to any
applicant, together with price list or estimate.
My prices are moderate, and I assure the public
that they are lower even than those of
Noithern manufacturers, i?nd that my work
will compare favoiabiy with that of any other
John Alexander, j
Conoahke Ihon Wokks, Columbia, S. C.
JTAVE on hand almost every variety of
which they offer to their customers! on the
must advantageous terms.
MAIM A SPECIALTY.:
With the best of workmen in every branch of
our business, and an abundant supply cf;
lumber, and other materials, we arc prepared
to do all kinds of repairing in the veiy nest'
manner, at the shortest notice and i.n the
most accommodating torm.<. All work fully
>vui rail teu.
SEAL & McILWAINE,
Abbeville, Fob. 22.18.VJ, tf
WILL pwnp little, lonnil. fat hordes ami
mules inrsiimc i>lir thin mules, iron) I to
lOyeats old. thu. will do to take buck and }>ut
WALLINGFORD & RUSSELL,
Abbeville, S. C. I
Fell, 15,1SS2. 3t*
E. H. McBEIDS, M. D.
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
U ILT, J-1vp prompt attention to nit pnietier
in town, Otliee ill Drug Store.
August :i, I SSI, I-111
PltOF. ANTON HEUO will open hl? school
of Music in Ahhcvilio, October 1st. Instruction
on the 1 hum, Orpin ami Violin as
well as Vocal Music. Solo utuUn class, thoroughly
tjiiH-lit. Terms: Instrumental Music
twenty dol Hit's per.session of tl >c months. For
r. ferences anil further Information, apply
K. H. Gary, Esq.. attorney n( law. I
Sept. 21,1SS1, tf" i
White Goods! White Goods.!
OITft stock of Persian Lawns, India Muls.
Dotted 8wlss, Victoria Lawns, Phiid
Nainsooks? embraces ull the newest shades
iu white aud cream ? with trimmings to
match all tbo colors,
R. M. HADDON & CO.
March 29,18S2, tf
\TELVET FRAMES, Card nnd Cabinet sires
at prices from 25 cents to S1.50. Pretty
goods. J. D. (Jll ALMERy.
March 29,18S2, tf
AND Slercoseonlc Views. A fine nssortment
both Foreign nnd American, at
J. D. CHAL.ME1W,
March 29.1S82, tf
L. H. Russell
HAS JIOVKU i.MH niuivc.
room next to the Court House, wh>-relie
will be pleascJ to see his friends. ilisstock of
of every kind U full and co'mpletc. and his
prices suit the time.". The greatest variety of
FRESH CANNED GOODS,
BACON. CORN, i
And all other supplies usually neeJed on the
Ills Wet Gootls Is full and varied, and he
cat) supply a can ior aimosi any tuuu oi
WHISKEY, BRANDY, WINES.
March 29,18S2, tf
WM. II. PARKER W. C. McGOWAN.
PARKER & McGOWAN
ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITORS,
ABBEVILLE, C. H., S. C.
\\J ILL practice also In the Circuit Courts oi
}y the United Stutes for South Carolina*
Methodists, prepbyt* rian. a. m
E. EDWIN PARKER.
March 15, 1882,2t
IT STANDS AT THE HEAD*
rpHE Light Running, Underhraliler. Domesl
tic Sewing Machine. For durability,
light running and simplicity, the Domestic
stands at the head. For sale by
It. M. Haddon <fc co.
Feb. 1,1S82, tf
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1.
J. FRANK CASON,
J. N. KING,
JOHN R. MOORE.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2.
C. A. C. WALLER,
T. F. RILEY.
8. B. HODGES.
SCHOOL DISTUICT NO. 3.
M. B. McGHEE,
G. W. CONNER,
M. A. CASON.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4.
E. L WALDROP,
G. A. MOORE,
W. R. DUNN.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 5.
DR. J. A. ROBINSON,
R. H. ARMSTRONG,
A. C. CLINKSOALIiS.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. ft
E. WEST FIELD,
R. II. HUGHES.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 7.
D. It. WILLIAMS,
JAM ICS MILLER,
W. A. LUMAX.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 8.
R. W. SEYMOUR,
J. M. PRUIT1\
T. J. HEARST.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. &
W. T. BRADLEY,
GEO. M. Si BERT,
S. O. YOUNG.
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 10.
DR. H. DRENNAN,
J. C. LITES.
A. K. WATSON.
Krurvni. ms-mirr NO. 11.
\v. A. TEMPLETON,
J. G. EDWARDS.
J. H. HARKSDALE.
school district no. 12.
DR. J. H. BELL,
J. E. BllOWNLEE,
J. D. ALE WINE.
school district no. 13.
DR. O. 1LJIQM6?;^.
J- M- irillMKU, Jr.. ' .
. school district no. ii.
W. A, LANIER,
school district no. 15.
R. A. McCASLAN,
W. P. KENNEDY,
W. R. McBRIDE.
school district no. 16.
J. C. JENNINGS,
JAMES COTURAN, JR.,
W. H. 13RIlT.
March ?i. 188?. tf
FARMERS AND OTHERS.
The Way to Make Money is to Save it.
^ND THAT YOU CAN DO BY BUYING
The Altman and Taylor
Engines, Saw Mills,
The engines are of the "STANDARD PORTABLE."
mid TRACTION. OR SELF-PROPELLING
kinds. The SAW MILLS are the
best in Aireriea. The 11IRLSAERS have no
This machinery will be sold at the lowest
pricts fur cash, or on a credit ranging iroiu
MX iliuiillia 10 m<' jvihi-,
\V. H. WIIITLOUK, Poller.
New Market, S. C.
The Celebrated CLIMAX REAPERS,
Self-Binders, Table Hakes, and
Farmers, now Is the lime to prepare for
these Dabor-Suvlmr Machines I y biking the
s(iit>i|>*i. rucks, mill sprout* out of your yruln
tidds. I know these machines to be the best
paying implements ever used on the farm,
and it i* well to adapt yntir land for their use.
Front tour years c.\|eii. nee with the < LIMAX
HKAI'KK, I i-hallcnee machines of
any other make to meet me in the field on
trial of the'i* own merits.
I utiarantie ?U machines which I sell to be
first-class. mid a-k till parties who may want |
any ol them, to send tne their orders by the
l.'iiii of April, so th.it they may be tilled In
W\ II. WHITLOCK,
New Market, S>. C.
March 10,1SS2. -It
Dr. H.dT WILSON,
Abbeville, C. H., S. C.
~??Ofllce; Upstairs over the Post OlIicc."M
Eress Goods! Dross Goods !|
IN white, cri am, blue at d pink "nuns veilings,"
IC. M. IIADDON & CO. i
March IS-S2, tf
Summer Silks, Summer Silks.
Ctlli.t'Ks and stripe.? nil eolois?at lowest
> priccs. It. M. HADDoN CO.
Match -11, ISM',If
li* K would call special attention to our
W line of Parasols.
K. M. IIADDON & CO.
March -!). 1SS2. tf
FOR Picture Frame-", 1 ."? :<> feet Mouldings i
jn?t received. Any size frame can be put'
t.p at short not ice?from 2-*> cents to -.Van each.
J. 1>. CHALME1W. I
March 20. kS-\ tr
Ur IIEREAS, tnformnlion had been lodeert
at this oiJlco that on the nlxhtof the>:th
day of January ultimo, the dwelling '
hou?oof A. P. Conner, ticur Frastlerville. In*'
Abbeville eolnity, was burned,and there belnur
reason to believe that the burning of the sail building
was an act of incendiarism,
Now, therefore, I, JOHNSON HAGOOD, '
Governor of the State of south Carolina, in
order that Justice may be done and the maj?
08ty of the law vindicated, do hereby offer a
for the Apprehension and conviction of the
person or persons who committed the said act .
lu testimony whereof. I have hereunto ?et
my hand and caused the Great Seal of
the State to be affixed, at Columbia, thin
jL.8.]30th day of March A. D. 18S2, and in the 1 '
one hundred and sixth year of the Independence
of the United States of America
By the Governor,
JOHNSON IIAGOOD, ,
It. M. Sura. Secretary of Stale.
April 5,13S2, :lt
'PHE SCALES on the Public Square are nnw
I. owned by Mr. J. S< Hamfnond, who wlH be
found prompt, relliible,and accommodating.
The ptidllc will And this the place to
hnve their produce weighed.
F?:b. 1, lSsl', U
'J TIE FURNITURE STORE OF J. D. CHAIw
I MER8 Is uow 110 lonuCr up-stalrs. i
We occupy half of Dr. E. PARKER'S store,.
whpro nil nf nnr lu<Kf irnnHa pan hA vppn. On
the corner store at the Pendy Corner, we
have It tilled with COTTAGE BEDSTEADS*
CHAIRS. TABLES. SOFAS, BUREAUS,
FRAMES, MOULDINGS, Sec.
Call and see us. We will sell you goods at
city prices and upon their merits. Just what
J. D. Chalmers.
Feb. f, lfS2, tf
'* r. V
STAR in CNN IBM
- il ,
VOU will find It <lry and fine. Just right tot
1 drilling. You will And it prompt and
continuous In Its action. You will (lnd it
lasting In its effects on the soil. Quality and
standard guaranteed. No ?ne can ?o wrontf
in using our FERTILIZERS. They havtf
stood a test of yenrs trial.
QUABLES & CO.
March 1,1832, ltn
FOR Dyspepsia, Constipntlon, Llv<?r Complnlnts.
Fever and Agne or Chills, Blillousncxx
Ac. EDWIN PARKER.
Eeb. 21, -It.
MIXTURE for Dyspepsia, Nura'gla, Pairt
In Head and Face, Dmn Aire. Airud '
Cake Ac. EDWIN PARKER
BY a young lady who holds a first grade certlllciiu*
from the Examining Board for
Abbeville Couuty, a situation us a teacher lc(
Address MISS LULA I. CASON,
Culbouu'a Mill*, & C.
Feb. 22,1SS2, tf '
To Arrive This Week.
I A DIES NECK WEAR, in all the latest
j spring styles Mother Hubbard Collar*In
Luce. Liiipii and Silk, Sailor Collars, Lace
Points, Ruffling.*, <?c. ,
R. M. HADDON A CO,
March 1,1882, tf
If GOODS! NEW GOODS!
TO ARRIVE THIS WEEK/
PIECES Checked Muslins. 10 piece#
I't Checked and Stripe Piques, 50 pieces
Cotton Edgings. suIia.bk* for irliiimin)t.aprongt
children's clothing, AC.. 100 gross Buttons
from 5c to 50c dozen, Linen Klo>a, Wash Nett,
25 dozen Linen Towels. 10 dozen Linen
Doylas, Table Linen, White and Colored,
('rushes, Glass Towellnes, Black and Colored
Fringes, new eleslsns, Black snlk (the best we
have ever offered) at 81, Black Satin, Black
Cash mere. Black Alpacas, Ac. These icoods
will all be In utore by the Inst of this week. *
R. M. HADDON & CO.
March 1, 1882, If
"^vJLaces ! laces !
T70R thecreJUS^t variety and lowest prices
1 In Laces, cuiTTTTr-_ . ? - . __
R HADDON <& CO,
March 29,18S2, tf ' ^ . v
IN black, pink, wood-Russian blue, and otto" ;
cr popular shades, all wool Huntings, call ?
on R. M. HADDON & CO.
March 29, lfttt, tf
Black and Colored
I\RESS Sir.KS, caM on'R. M. Iladdon <fc Co,
) fur Gulnct's Silks, the best in^ke of
silks now In the market.
R. M. HADDON A CO,
March 29,1832. tf
St. S S .
rpHE celebrated Indian Blood and Constlta*
1 tlonal Purltlcr.
BATH Room Paper.
March 1, lSS2.2t
W. J. ROGERS,
TO THE MERCHANTS J
TAM corresponding with nil places West,
dully hunting tip bottom prices on
I GRAIN, FLOUR, HAY,- 1511 AN, MEATS,
| LAUD AND MOLASSES. Ready to give bottom
prices to my customers nt any hour. All. ^
produce guaran teed sound. I wire nil orders
| taken. Will give wire quotations In car lots. .
Give me your orders.
Office Cannon cjtore, next door to Branch
W. J. ROGERS, Agt.
J. Knox & Co.
TOM YOUNG' .
PURE CORN WHISKEY
TIIE host and purest CORN WHISKEY
brought to this market,
Juno 22,1881, tf
WE have done all that experience. Judgment
and taste could no, to meet th v
j wnntsof our people. We can say with con i.1
<'eni-e thsit our stock Was nevermore attri.itlve
nor prices lower than this season.
R. M. HADDON A CO.
March 20, 188'J, tf
Millinery! Millinery f
F(?Il every ililng new ami stylish In Mill's
ery Hoods, i nil on
11. M. If ADDON I. It;.
March 21), 1SS2, tt
j'I'HAT will l:i>t tor ton or iwnty yrnrc?
1 prici s firm cents to .vI.
J. 1>. I'HAl.MEKf*.
j Feb. I. ISA!, If
I;-"' ASS l'l.ATI-'S :o ll1! frt mr?.
j of any size.
J. D. CHALMERS
I'l l). 1, Ins.', tf
New loods! New Goods!
'I (? an I vi* this \wek?one < a<x* s; rli g n 41
1 liner v. H. M. 11 ADDON & L'<
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