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Military Company Or(fHiii?eU - New |
CoQnly Talk ? Perwnnl P?r?. I
Lowndesvllle, S. C? April 10, ls!)4.
Mr. E. R. Horton went to Alt. Carmel last
Sunday morning to visit the family ol Mr. R.
Mr. D. L. Barns went to Anderson Wednes
' day and returned on xnursaay.
Mr. J. M. Black, of Abbeville, spent several
days of last week with Mr. J. T. Wilson and _
other relatives. ]
Mr. J.M. Huckabee went to Anderson Frl- I
Saturday evening quite a large number of
the citizens of this township met here for the
purpose of organizing a military company.
The meeting being oalled to order, Mr. I. H.
McCalla was called to the chair and requsted
to state the object of the meeting, which he
did in a sbcyt speech. Dr. a. J. Speer whs
elected Secretary, after which names were
? called for and fifty went forward and enrolled
their names. Then officers were elected, as
G. R. McCalla, Captain. J
Lamar Cllnkscales, 1st Lieutenant. I
Wm.C. Shaw, 2nd Lieutenant. I
J. C. Thomas, 3rd Lieutenant. I
We have not to date, made any united or I
determined effort to have a county seat !o- 1
cated here. The future alone can tell what
will be done in this direction. Yet we are on
a par with county towns in one particular,
we can and do have a "oourt week" occasiocally,
as was the case last week, having then
had a session of our Trial Justice Court every
day except one. The cases tried, however,
were of minor Importance, with one exception?that
one was the case between Messrs. Allen
<fc Cooley and Mr. R. W. Collier. Tbis y
case attracted quite a crowd. The Plaintiffs r
were represented by Mr. Watkins, of the An
. > K? , 1??
aersou cur, uuu iue ucicuuam uj ..v? ?
G. Graydon, of the Abbeville Bar. As the
above was only a preliminary, the case was
vent up to the County Court.
Many of our planters are now busy planting
Late Saturday evening a personal difficulty
occurred In this place between Mr. Lamar
Cllnkscalea and Mr. George Wilson, which
bid fair at one time to result in serious cousequences.
At its clone, It was found that six
or elgbt were cut or otherwise hurt?some seriously.
This was by far the most serious affair
of the kind that has ever occurred here,
in that, that there was more human blood
sbed. We have sometimes heard of the "battle
of Seven Pines," this can be called the
"battle of Seven Hills." Troupe.
THE LATIMER GUARDS,
Organisation of a Patriotic Company "
at Hodges which will Obey Orders.
A military company was organized at
u/vriooa loaf RatnrriAv with sflventv members. |
The new oompany selected for Its name "The I
Latimer Guards," and elected the following J
Captain?D. H. Maglll.
1st Lien tenant?T. W. Pace.
Senior 2d Lieutenant?J. C. Moore.
Junior 2d Lieutenant?T. J. Beach am.
1st Sergeant?W. Mack Ellis,
2d Sergeant?B. S. Hodges.
3rd Sergeant?1. J. Mckenzie.
4th Sergeant?J. T. Cobb, C
5th 8ergeant?W. C. Ellis.
1st Corporal?W. H. Mundy.
2d Corporal?George Sbarpe.
3d Corporal?J. A. Young. f
4th Corporal?McN. Cochran. '<
Surgeon?S. T. Lea, M. D.
The only Graduate in Phramacy, in Abbeville
in charge of Harison & Games Prescription G
counter, with nearly 12years experience, offers .
his service, when in need of any thing ofblgh 1
standard and quality. When sick. Reason- t
able charges will be made, and await vour
wishes at all hours of day, night and Sun- E
Come and try my sheviots they cant be beat
by any fountain, any flavor you want. P. B.
Another iotof thosa noveltle dress patterns
lust in at Haddon's.
Groceries! Groceries! Groceries!
NEW FIRM. 3
LIVINGSTON & PEREIN,"
Staple, Green and Fancy Groceries.
VOU will And everything that Is kept In a b<
JL first class establishment. a|
Partloalar attention given to the
Having secured the services of a first class
butcher we intend to make this department
first class In every respect
Fresh Meats Always on Hand
POTATOES, ONIONS, CABBAGE 81
and all Country Produce.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE paid for CATTLE
and HOGS. Give us a call at
G. H. MOORE'S OLD STAND.
NO. 2 COTHRAN RANGE.
Jan. 10, 1894,12m T
Election of Teachers 8
rp&E ANNUAL ELECTION OF PRINCIPAL
and Five Assistant Teachers of The
Abbeville Graded School will be held by the
Board of Trustees at their next meetlni; on
FRIDAY, the 8th MAY, next. All persons *
applying for positions will please send id
written notice of their application to the
President or Secretary of the Board.
W. A. TEMPLETON, J
F. B. GARY, President. f,
April 11,1894, tf
jtfRa.isft your ,
At Home. We
have just bought a fine young JACK.
Parties wanting will please call on us.
SCOTT & DEVLIN.
March 28,1894. , Verdery, S. C.
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
In the matter of the Estate of Mrs. Rebecca ]
Petition for Settlement and Discharge.
TITRS. ELLEN M. BLACK, as Excutrix for
lYJL said Estate having applied for settlement
It 18 Ordered. That Tuesday the 8th day
of May next be fixed for granting the relief
prayed for. J. FULLER LYON, ,
April 3,1894, tf Judge Probate Court.
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
In the matter of the Estate of Mrs. JaneC.
Petition for Settlement and Discbarge.
JOHN E. BRADLEY, as Administrator for
said Estate having applied for settlement
and discLarge, . ? t <
It is Ordered. That Wednesday, the 9th
day of May next be fixed for granting the relief
prayed for. J. FULLER LYON,
April 3,1894, tf Judee Probate Court. '
V., ' . *
p Rosenberg 4 (jo
\ <sj^AND i^
THEY CAN FIT YOU IN A SUIT OF
LOTHES EQUAL TO A REGULAR
ARMENT. BUYING FROM THE LEAD
NG CLOTHIERS OF THIS COUNTRY
HEY ALWAYS HAVE THE VERY LATST
STYLES, MADE IN THE BEST
They are showing an elegant line of
30YS SUITS,pants'"" .
rom 4 to 15 years, In all grades made in
le Latest Fashions.
Having one of the largest assortments of ^
)th Men's and Ladles, in the up Country,
id In all grades, they cat? always fit the
let and pockets of their customers.
K VICKY YUUJNU JIAa UMW A
a this line tbey are showing a stock which
lrpasses all previous seasons.
THEIR STOCK OF
akes the eyes of the YOUNG MEN. Hav- I
ag everything in this line that Is New and
taple they caa suit the tastes of all.
THEIR SELECTION OF
s superb, containing all the fabrics sulta
ile for SUMMER WEAR In desirable patterns
or old and young men.
THEIR STOCK OF
IS FULL AND CONTAINS SOME
. = !
t mu<a also be remembered that they always
have a complete stock of
vhich they seil at the LOWEST POSSIBLE
WHEN FN NEED OF ANY IN THE MF.R-I
CANTILE LINE CALL ON
P. ROSENBERG <& CO J
THEY GUARANTEE SATISFACTION!
rO EVERY CUSTOMER. )
E BOGGERO, lT
GREENWOOD, S. C.
MANUFACTURER ami dealer Jn Rough
Granite, Monuments. (irnvestones, nil!
cind Cemetery Work, and Builders Work.
All orders promptly aitended to. j .
h'eh. 'il, 18!M, 3 m. * j
House and Lot for Sale. >
r nt;i?RRFftKSALEMY HOUSE and LOT I
I on Moseley Ferry road 1? the town of Ab-1 __
jeville. Terras easy. Apply to W.S. Cottj-j
an, J. Allen Smith, or to me at Greenville, S. g
T. IJ. COTHRAN. \
March 15, 1S93, tf 4
t J. T. PARKS, t 5
J Fire, Life & Real Estate Agent# 2
P Cothran'8 Brick Office, Main Street. ^ 2
r roll SALE. f d
W Settings of Indian Game Fowls *2.00 0 2
* Settings of S. C. Brown Leghorn, 130 M T
I Abbeville, S. C., Feb. 7,1894. X f
I. S. COTHRAN L. W. PKRRIN f
-T. P. COTHRAN.? v
" nTHR AW PPBBIM Hif!(1TRBlN \
JUIlIIinil, 1 UXUUii m uu luiiuii 0
Attorneys at Law. }
Abbeville. S. C. *
E. F. GILLIARD, I
TAILOR, Z.1 j
HAS moved, and occupies the room recent- f
ly occupied by J. I.. Clark, the gun- d
smith. and is now prepared to do all kinds of J
epairlngand cleanlngof gentlemen's clothes
m short notice. d
Samples of suits always on hand. Charges J
TERRA COTTA WELLS i
PRICES to SUIT the TIMES. J
IN THE FUTURE I propose to sink the eel- ~
ebrated Terra Cotta Wells at a great reiuctlon
in my former price. So parties deslr- ?
ng an everlasting supply of eood sparkling I
t?rnta low Drlce would do well to confer |
vith me before making other arrangements,
is I propose to make if to the Interest of all I
,o do so. WATER OR NO PAY-ls my mot- m
o. I have In ten years experience standing
.estimoninlR in six counties. Address
C. M. CALHOUN, r
Greenwood, S. C.
March 22, 1S98, tf
gTjtgfo >40 w
5. U. BROWN LEGHORNS, j
BRONZE TURKEYS, P<
"rora the finest prize winners. Eces 31.50 per 1
letting. Mrs. L. H. RUSSELL. |
March 28, 1894, tf
A, M. HILL & SONS t
HAVE opened a COAL and WOOD YARD
and are ready lo receive your order* for U
AMnter. Call and get cheapest rates. Terms
-Cash on delivery. July 27, 1892, tf
W. R. WELSH,
Stone Cutter and' Quarryman,
Quarry P. 0., S. C. etj
rS prepared to fill all kinds of orders on
short notice for first class granite of every
inscription, either rough or dressed. All
jrnnlte delivered on board cars.
Prices glveD on application. Work enaran
te :d lo be satisfactory. r^ct. 26,1898,12m
SASH, DOOR & BLIND FACTORY (
Manufacturers of and Dealers In ?
ALL KINDS OF
Ml AND DRESSED LUMBER,'
Sash, Doors, Blinds, y
rnPNTiD ani\ SfiftOLL IWOEK. u
Laths, Flooring, Ceiling and Siding.
Mouldings of uii kinds, estimate?
famished and all letters promptly an"
?wered. Get ray prices before buying. I
J. H. LATIMER. |
Jan. 24,1S94, tr
sout of employment, cr in;
a position that)ron do not 5
H like ? Possibly the solie-s
siting of Life Insurance is:
: yonr special forte. Many:
people have, after trial,;
I been surprised at theirs
I fitness for it. To all snch ?
:it has proved a most con-:
s genial and profitable occu- ? I
I nation. The Management ? j
j Equitable Life j
sin the Department of the:
Carolinas, desires to adds
:co its force, some agents:
of character and ability, s
: Write for information. :
Z W. J. Roddey, Manager, :
: Rock HilJ, S. C. ;
J.C.MILLER, Special Agt.,
Abbeville, S, C.
he State of South Carolina,!
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
the matter-of the Estate of Rev. H.T.
.Sloan, D. D., Deceased.
JSol.lne to Debtors and Creditors.
, LL persons Indebted lo said estate must ,
L settle without delay, and those holding
ilras against the estate must present them
operiy attested to
JOSEPHINE E. SLOAN, |
March 29,1K91. Executrix.
BRICK! BRICK! BRICK! | i
GEO. S. WILSON & CO J j
Watts, S. C., ^ j
Are Making First Class Brick,# i
Persons who may need hrick in # '
any quantity will tlnd it to their In- 4 >
terest to correspond with us. ^ i
Orders Solicited & Promptly Filled^ j
GEO. S. WILSON & CO.*
April 19, 1893 X I
r. T. Cromer
Has opened a wholesale and retail stock of
hlch he oilers lo the public at astonishingly
w prices. A few of the grand offers are:
Men's Clothing from S4.M) to $10 per suit
blch were bought for cash at a sacrifice.
Standard Granulated Sugar 18 lbs. for SI.
F. F. F. Rifle Powder C lbs. for SI.
robacco 4c per plug to 15c per plug best,
Tobacco 25c per pound to 45c per pound best.
FLOUR reduced In pi ice.
Plows at4 cents per pound.
Coats Spool Thread at. 45c per dozen.
Ladies Fine Dress Shoes from foe to S1.25.
Set Knives and Forks at 45c up to Rogers
>st triple plate on white metal at special
Oood Pocket Knives and Scissors from 10c.
/ '??*?!?f n wl/f* nui> nrmnH
UUUU V/UHUj BW?/;|*/ f/wwuM.
Ck>me?nd see foryourself aDd be convinced.
Thanking the public for past fnvnrs, and
llciting a continuance of the same, I am
T. T. CROMER.
Dec. 6,1S98, 12 ra
With a LARE and w
rbe demand of this market can be supplied.
Headquarters for fine CIGARS and TOHAL'C
1 to. Prescriptions carefully compounded at
You are respectfully Invited to call.
? W VA v AA WA ?w
, ALLEN SMITH, President.
RENJ. S. BARN
'M. 11. PARKER, Abbeville, S. C.,
. W. WHITE, Abbeville, S. C.,
ENJ. S. BARNWELL, Abbeville, S.
J. ALLEN SMIT1
)OES a General Banking business, provide
Depositors. Is ready at any and all lirnei
: our county affords.
J Togo to when you need CASTINGS of a
J ENGINES, BOILERS, THREf
J YOU SHOULD LEAVK \
! BO in
1 AT ABBEV
> Onr shops are now complete and rem!
T red FOUNDRY and MACHINE SHOl
# Lathes unil Finishing >Iuc!ilnery, nnrt itr
4 work In our line, such ns the nmiiufaclut
5 Tttl .ASS AND I I
2 including GRATK BARS, SAWH WEI
\ CANE MILLS. SHINGLE MILLS, est
9 CASTING, VENTILATORS. (ill ATI N't
m BACKS uud DAMPERS, and till kinds n
t Repair and Orru
W We also carry in slock a full linen
4 BELTING. PACKING, RUBBER HOSF
\ We use not hini; but first class man
^ men. and dive every Job our personal alt
9 We give best market prices for SCI
4 either pay ensh or take it in payment of
T Don't pay freight, or express on your '
9 work done In Abbeville for less money.
4 satisfaction guaranteed In every resp
We will be glad to see visitors at our;
jA We enst every Wednesday and Satnri
^ The country people are especially Inv
f H\ K. Ill
4 W. 1*. HI
0 Abbbevlllo, May 8,1K9S.
CHANEY M. JONES,
FIRST CLASS RF.PAIRF.R OF SHOES and i
BOOTS, has his shop In the oftice once occupied
by Colonel Orvllle T. Calhoun, where '
lift will ho pleased to receive orders for all j
kinds of work In Ills iltte, which he will do in j
satisfactory manner, on short notice, and ai
low price. [Feb. lis, 1S03, If i
? m i?a ctjV! kv fipnircs to teach asinarlOE j
M class, and will give Instruction on~the'
most favorable terms. Of Her ability and her ,
sweet singing .Miss SoRnowskl, Principal ol;
the Home.School In Athens, Ga.,says:
"I am happy to speak moPt favorably oi l
.Mrs. hllen StaDley, she always gave pleasure
In Athens by her beautiful singing, and I
besides the Instruction she received at the
Home School, she had the great advantage ol!
Instruction In vocal culture In the Boston
Conservatoi. ol -Music."
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
In the matter of the Estate of George Haw-j
Petition for Settlement and Discbarge. j
J\V\ WIDEMAN, as Executor for said j
Estate having applied for settlement
It is Okdekkd, That Monday the 28rd day
of April next be fixed fur granting the relief
prayed tor. J. FULLER LYON,
March 21,1894 Judge Probate Court.
H THOU DOLLARS1
to bk given away at tue i
In order to advertise and bring before the
pUDIIC me aiuun ui nuuuo m iuc
CITY DRUG STORE. '
EACH PURCHASER WILL BE entitled
to choose a present worth
j on each dollar's worth of gooods purchased
j In tie Dri| Store Department
| from this day until this notice is withdrawn.
PRICES guaranteed to be as LOW its the
LOWEST, and all goods uh represented.
Marcb 8, J898. tf
Give Your Orders For
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
I July 12, 1S93, tf
ell Selected Stock of
*S. BRUSHES, FANCY
IFUMES, STATIONERY, &C
0. Orders by Mail or hand promptly attend
[ of Abbeville,
- - - $75,000
- - - - 15,00C
W. C. McGOWAN, Vice-!'resident.
J. C. KLUGII, Abbeville, S. C.,
W. JOEL SMITH, Abbeville, S. P..
C., W.C. McGOWAN, Abbeville, S.C.
1, Abbeville, S. C.
8 the greatest security and convenience for Its
Ho make loans based upon such safe collatera
Sept. 11. IK92. ly
i INDUSTRY 71
HE PEOPLE I
my kiuds, or if repairs are needed on your J
JHERS, MILLS, STOVES, k, I
'OUR ORDERS WITH THE J
ILLE, S. C. *
y for business. We have the best equip- >
'Sin the up-country, including Turning ^
e thoroughly competent to do any kind of 6
e of all kiuiis of A
iOlST CASTINGS, i
[OUTS. FIRE DOGS, BOILER FRONTS, X
ST I HON FENCING, HOOF and PIAZZA
is, STOKE FRONTS, STOVE GRATES, J
omental Castings. t
if BRASS and IRON FITTINGS, PIPING, W
5, BABBIT METAL, Ac. $
?ri.?l and employ none but first class work- \
IAI' CAST IRON and OLD BRASS. Will J
new work. 4
ivork from a distance when you can get the W
"ct. Try us and he convinced. ^
shops, and are especially pleased to see the J
lay alternoon at half-pasl three o'clock. 4
it<>d to call whenever they are in town. J
i t It!!* } Proprietors Tugaloo Iron Works.5
' ' s
VitlUVHU XXVHV1\|U(a& vvjl v
Lace i ins,
And Weddine* Presents.
We sell only for CA8II and give you the
benefit of the Low Prices.
Give the old reliable Jewelers a call.
REESE & DuPRE.
fe Marble & Granite Headstones & Mounts,
I]RPlsr FENCING, ... V .
GREENWOOD, - - S. C.
They Can't Understand How it is That
if* 8Ail?lsIftiSi2l ^
SHOES, SLIPPERS, HARNESS, Etc..
So CHEAP and Giving Good Honest Goods.
j iiere are tne reasons :
j We BUY close and SELL close.
We WATCH tho tratle and BUY such 8 TYLES of Shoes that will SELL.
We Look after the SHOE and LEATHER business " only:
WE SELL GOOD GOODS.
We guarantee our fine Shoes and Slippers, and make ANY FAULT in the
j Shoe satisfactory. Try us and see. Very Respectfully,
n n ii in 11 m il a. rn
i. r. wmm a hi.
P. S. Watch this space two weeks from now.
wAl ? uu SK HI KB
WM HH| g^^jsa RflfiK
a HM BBWMP
A REMEDY FOR LEAN HORSES. SOLD ONLY BY
(TAPPTRftV & GAME. Prescrintion Drufirerists.
; We are still at the eld stand, and will try to serve our friends and customers tis
fully and faithfully during '94 as we have through the long years
of the past. With us you can always lind what you most need.
: Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Groceries of all
Kinds, Woodenware, Hardwaie, &c.
| Dress amiI .rn.ll cl.ect Glngb.m., Sc ynrd. | STidl''
f rorH U'irto Sp?, T?lnn<1 HmnesDUU at I
5y, cts. * * We carry a big stock or stioes, nais, cioiuHen
uti fu I line of colored I'rueees, Dotted lug. and cau give you what you want.
j Muslines, Eperlmes, Cambrics, Lawds, Call- Hull Dog breeches, Kighniie shirts and
j co. etc., just opened. Meuns shoes are specialties with us.
| Bacon, corn, oats, meal, bran, hay, lard. Trunks, valises, harness, saddles, bridles
I cheese, molasses, Ac. collars, <se.
i Come in and trade with us, We will be glad to see you.
W. JOEL SMITH & SONS.
! & w. L. DOUGLAS
I Jl|'S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
"IP and $3.50 Dress Shoe,
cH >R: Mi j xSfL S3.50 Police Shoe, 3 Soles.
IzJm $2.60, $2 for Workingmen.
$2 and SI.75 for Boys.
LADIES AND MISSES,
sKjwiS3, $2.50 32, $1.75
! v~' CAUTION'.?1/any dealer
J " ?. \ offers you W. L. Douglaa
w?>>rr _ __ ^ nhoes at a reduced price.
IglHis IS THE
the J) "It oil). put him
W. L. DOUGLAS Shoes are stvlish, easy fitting, and give bettei I
, satisfaction at the prices advertised than any other make. Try one pair and be conI
vinced. The stamping of W. L. Douglas* name and price on the bottom, which
j guarantees their value, saves thousands of dollars annually to those who wear them.
Dealers who push the sale of W. L. Douglas Shoes gain customers, which helps to
increase the sales on their full line of goods. Th?y can afford to sell at a less profit,
and ire believe you can save money by buying all your footwear of the dealer advertised
below. Catalogue free ujiou application. W. L. UOCGLAJS, Brockton, Mail;
At W SMITH.