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XlappeuiucM ami Incident* or a Week
About the Cilf.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Edwards left last Wednesday
for their new home In Due West.
Their many friends here regret to see them
Mr. A.M. Smith and Mr. J. Allen Smith,
.Jr.. returned last week from a pleasant visit
to New York, Atlautic City and other points
Mr. ClUiord Haddon attended a picnic at
Due West last week.
Messrs. Wilbur Blake, Louis Blount, Wll>
i' 'ivmnutnn William Hpmnhlll. Sam
Will, Mac henry. Will; Hill and Tom Lyon,
went to a Lawn Party at the home of Mr.
Kennedy Watson last Tuesday evenlDg.
Mr. BHsklnSherard, of MoffatsvUle. was the
guest of his Bchool-mrte, Mr. U. Gillespae
.Smith Keveral days last week.
MIsh Margaret Hill returned Thursday
from an extended visit to tier aont, Mrs.
Mark Morgan in Greenyllle.
Miss Pansy Wyman, who has been the
charming guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. F. McKinnon,
for several weeks, returned to her home
in Aiken Saturday.
Mrs. George W. Speer, ol Monterey, with
her little daughters, Susie and Lela, are in
the elty, the guests of Mrs, W. A. Templeton.
Miss Susie is here taking the electrical treatment
under Dr. Hill through the advice of
her physician. Dr. A. S. Speer.
Mrs. J. B. Lyles and Master James Lyles,
were In the city Friday. Captain Lyles has a
position in Chester, where they will make
Mrs. Frank E. Harrison went to Greenville
Saturday on a visit to Mrs. J. S. Cothran.
Mrs. J. Reunle Blake, of Greenwood, is here
staying with Mrs. John K. Blake. Mrs. Blake
will make her home here for sometime.
Miss Lucia W. Parker is home again, after
spending a week at Blowing Rock, North
Mr. R. Lawton Dargau spent Saturday and
Sunday In the city.
Miss Mary L. Robertson returned Tuesday
" nloocont turn txrootr'a Kf? V With Mi AH
Annie Clinkscales In Lowndesvllle.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Cheatham were shopping
In the city Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Haddon returned Tuesday
from New York and Baltimore.
Miss Mary Brooks, a charming young lady
of Mlllidgevllle, Ga., was In the city Sunday
the guest of Miss Maggie Brooks. Miss
Brooks is the oldest daughter of Mr. John
Brooks who 1b well remembered In the
K-i Mr. Arthur Speer, of Anderson, spent Saturday
and Sunday In the city with relatives.
Miss Jan? Wardlaw White left Saturday for
woodruff, where she has charge of a large
Mies Llllle Alexander, of Rllpley, Miss.,
was in Abbeville last Thursday. Miss Alexander^lslted
her cousin, Mrs. Albert Clinkscales
akher country home.
Miss Irouile and MIbs Mary Starke and
Miss MaudeVcClung, were the guest of Miss
Jennie Bensoflneveral days last week.
Mrs. Rob Roy^Wateon has returned to her
home In Elbertoift*
Miss Maggie Brofcts and Mr. G. W. Speer,
attended service at wsrrenton Sunday morn?
l be Misses Boozer left Saturday for their
home In Columbia, after a pleasant stay here
with their cousin, Miss Kettle Russel. ,
Judge and Mrs. Engine B. Gary retared
Saturday from an extended stay In Andersonvine.
iuioe mnuiic DUWJD uai IOIUIUCU ?
?leasant visit to Miss Cieora Brunson in
Miss Alma Uambrell has give up her position
Id the telephone exchange on account of
her health. Miss Mary Douglass has charge
of It during the day and Miss Alice Douglass
Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun Marshall are to the
city visiting their parents, Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs. W. Wldeman Bradley has returned
from a three weeks stay at Wllllamston. ?
Miss Nina Wilson, of Warrenton, was in
the city several days last week visiting rel&ti
Mr. and Mrs. McD. Cater, spent Sunday in
Monterey with Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Cater.
Mr. W. T; McDonald Is home again after
a mouth's stay at Little Mountain. Mr.
McDonald's friends are glad to know that he
Is Improving and hope he will soon be entirely
Miss Nannie and Miss Nellie Scott, two
pretty young ladles, of Atlanta Ga.. have returned
to their home after a pleasant stay
here with Mrs. W. D. Wilson.
Mr. T. Gordon White left last Tuesdav,
with his father, Capt L. W. White, for New
York and Baltimore.
Mr. J. Allen Smith Is In Athens on a busitrlp.
Mrs Nannie Wardlaw Is at ber post again
after a month's vacation.
Mrs. Charles A. Mllford and Miss Viola
fimirhn rfit iirnMl last. Thnmrlav from "a ten
, days visit to Miss Helen Mower, In Newberry.
Mr. H. Frana McGee returned Saturday
from New York, where he has bought a large
stock of goods for Mr. Smith's new store In
Mr. J. Belton Lyles, Jr., leaves Wednesday
for Spartanburg, where be has accepted a
position with the Aug W. Smith Company.
Mr. and Mrs. George Henry Peckbam, of
.Griffin, Ga., announce the engagement oi
their daughter, Miss Jessie Peokh8m to Mr.
William Bell .Lawson, of Abbeville, S. C. The
sreddlng will occur October, 17th, at the First
Baptist Church In Griffin.
I <- Mr. and Mrs. George Claxon will leave In a
few days for Spartanburg. Mr. and Mrs.
Claxon have only lived In our city for a short
k time, but during this time have made many
ft triMiicu here who regret to see them leave.,
f mihh Nornm MuUiews returned Saturday
[ from a month's ulay with her sinter In Blrm1
Mrs. W. Dale Baiksdale returned FrlUay
| from an extended visit at White Path, Ga
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. St.
Julian Corrie and family regret to know that;
1 they will move to Atlanta In a few days.
They have made Abbeville their home for
me pasi eigm years ana Dave made many
Miss Charlotte Ward law left Monday for
ber borne In Augusta, after a ten days stay
bere with her aunt, Mrs. Kllza Lyon,
t Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Barnwell returned last
week from Tallulah Falls, where tbey spent a
Miss Plevna Seal, Mrs. Joe Wilson and Ml6s
Willie Seal, are expected home In a few days
I from a month's stay at Portsmouth.
Miss Corrle Klllingsworth Is home again
after enjoying a month's rest.
Dr. J. w. Daniel has gone to Charlotte for a
two week's visit to relatives.
Mrs. James C. Tadlock left last week for
Greenville, where she will loin Mr. Tadlock
where be has a position.
1 Rev. W. T. Sloan came home last week and
) went to Mt. Carmel to attend a meeting of
Presbytery of the Associate Reform Churob.
Dr. Frank Y. Pressly, of Due West, conducted
service in the Presbyterian Chorcb
Sunday morning and evening.
Mrs. Sarah Wyman and Miss Sallle Wyman
of Aiken, are here on a visit to Mrs. J. F.
Mrs. Laura Waddell, of Atlanta, Ga., is In
th e city visiting Mrs. Lewie Blunt.
Miss Lillie Visanska, of Laurens. Is the
guest of ber cousin, Miss Belle Visanska.
Rev. J. F. McKlnnon left Tuesday to attend
Miss Suddle Barksdale, of Greenwood, is
here on a visit to ber parents.
-nr. waiter viBansKa nas returned to Atlanta,
after spending sometime with bis sister,
Mrs. Philip Rosenburg.
OFF TO I'RESBYTERY.
\V. A. Lanier, Warrenton.
W. A. Templeton, Abbeville.
Hugh Crawford. Little Mountain.
W. B. Uldrick, Upper Long Cane.
Joseph Gibert. Lebanon.
.loo. H. Link, Hopewell.
R. C. Brownlee, Greenville.
Dr. Hunter, Bethiab.
J. C. Munday, Hodges.
They left Tuesday for Presbytery at Smyrna
C hurch pear Newberry.
The Head or the Editor of the Press
and Banner "As tionnd as CocoaUUt.
r.uuor tiugn w uson, or tne ADDeviiie neu
and Banner, is a philosopher. His bead 1b
hs Bound as a cocoanot when It comes to
common sense. Hie noticing faculty Is well
developed and bis deductions from what be
sees always Interesting. The lolbles and
follies of those around him arouse a righteous
sarcasm that frequently finds vent through
through bis columns. He has lately given ue
the benefit of his ideas about something
that has already appealed to our sense of the
ludicrous. He says:
"The air of Washington seems especially
adapted for Inflating Senators and Representatives
with immense ideas of their importance.
The faot is, that a sojourn in Washington
is as capable of producing the disease
known as "swell head" as a printing office is
in far-off Carolina. As a rule, a man who
edits a newspaper knows it all, until he
strikes a Congressman, when the Congressman
can ordinarily make the average editor
ashamed of his slim allowance of selfconceit."
There are very few who are Droof aealnat
this mysterious Washington Influence.
Excursion to Aair iiNta Sept. 10th.
On Monday, September 10th, the Charleston
and Western Carolina Railway will operate
an Excursion from Anderson and Intermediate
points to Augusta, leaving Anderson
0.35 A. M.; returning leave Augusta
same date at 7.00 P. M. Hate from
Lowndesville, 81.50; Latimer, 81.50; Calhoun
Falls, S1.40; Alt. Carmel, 81.80. Corresponding
low rates from all other stations. The
last Excursion of the season. Make up your
purlieu at once. Parties desiring to stay over
until regular train Sept. 11th, can have tickets
extended on payment of one cent per
.mile. W. .1. Craig,
General Passenger Agent.
What "M" Sees and IIearn on HI*
RonndN About the City.
Abbeville S. C. Sept. 4.
Mr. Smart Beacbam anil bride, of Atlanta,
accompained by bis brother, Mr. Fred Beacbam
arrived In tbe city last Monday and are
the guests of their uncle Mr. C. V. Hammond
for a few days, after which they will visit
relatives at Greenwood and Ninety Six.
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Caldwell were called
to Donalds by telegram last Monday on
nt th? rtPAth of Mr. Donald, wbo is
an ancle of Mr Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Marshall, of Anderson,
are In the city on a visit to their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Marshall. Calhoun has many
friends In this his old home who always
a> ~ord to him a hearty welcome.
>/. T. MoDonald and family, returned from
Little Mountain last Friday, after a two
weeks stay which benefited all, especially the
former who apparently Is greatly Improved.
Capt. Branch and Mr. Blum have also returned
after a beneficial sojourn at the summer
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Haddon and daughter,
after a month's stay in northern cities, where
they have made their usual fall purchase, are
expected home this week.
Mrs. Rosser, who has beeu In New York for
sometime making ber fall and winter purchases
will be home tomorrow and will at
once open a large and magnificent line of
ladles eoodR. enbraclng a full line of Millinery.
Mrs. Kosser will also have a mantua,
making department fully equipped. She will
occupy the store-room recently vacated by
Mr. R. C. Wilson, also the little store adjoining
all under theQIen Ethel hotel.
Mr. Kendall, of Manning, S. C., has Just
arrived from New York and Is already openlog
a splendid stock of goods at the "White
Front/' Mr. Kendall will, In connection
with his business, carry a full line of Milll
nery which will bt in charge of a Northern
Milliner, who is already here.
Mr. F. C. Dupre, of our city is cosily and
neatly fixed up In his lancy little store, aDd Is
ready to serve the public with the best of
bargains In stationery and school books, ax
well as other useful articles, Mr. Dupre 1?
well known and deserves a liberal patronage.
Mrs. Mary Tag^art is as usnal getting ready
who a Bpieuuia bwck ui huici ??
millinery, which will be brought to the attention
or the public In due time. Her mantaa
making department will be in lull force,
presided over by herself with a competent
and efficient corps of ladles.
Mrs. Rlggs, of Orangeburg, after a pleasant
visit of two weeks to her brother. Dr. G. A.
Neuffer. returned home last Monday.
Mrs. Frank R. Glenn and children are lu
the city aa the guests of Mrs. J. G. Edwards.
Many friends are glad to see Mrs. Glenn
back In Abbeville and only wish she had
come to stay.
Miss Alma Gambrell who has so long bad
charge the Central offioe of the Abbevlllle
Telephone Co., has given up her position,
and the Misses Douglass will now have
charge day and night, and will no dhubt be
as efficient and lalthlul in the discharge of
their duty as was Miss Gambrell.
, Mlaa Louise Bailey after a pleasant visit to
fMenda at Cokesbury, Is at boms again.
Mr. James A. Bowie fs now with Mr. Ken?
tKaikWhito Vpnnt" whflrp. he will be
Iglad to weloome bis many friends and serve
them with the best of bargains.
On last Friday evening Miss Nora Hammond
entertained most charmingly, a number
of her friends In honor to ner visiting
gneste.Miss Vlvienne Caldwell, of Donalds,
and Miss May Wilson, of Newberry. Delightful
refreshment were served and all
enjoyed a pleasant evening.
There were no services in the Methodist
Cbarcb last Sunday, as Dr. Daniel is now oil
ror his summer vacation. He will be absent
next Sunday also.
COTTON AND BUSINESS.
Cotton Is bringing a good prioe and out
merobants are preparing for a big lall trade.
With high price cotton and all classes ol
goods advancing, is there any reason why
wages should not advance In the same ratio ?
OUR SICK FOLK.
Mrs. W. D. Wilson has been sick for some
time and is still quite ill. Her many friends
wish for her a speedy recovery.
At Abbeville, Aug. 30tb, to Mrs. George
LiOinaz, a daughter.
J. ALTHEUS JOHNSON
Talks lo the Washington Pont Kntertainluirly
of Month Carollua Affairs.
The Post says:
J. Altbeus Johnson, of South CaroilDa, and
a man who apparently understands the political
situation In the Palmetto State, was at
the Metropolitan Hotel yesterday. In speak|
lng ol the reported unpopularity of Senator
Tillman, Mr. Johnson said :
TILLMAN NOT FALLING FKOM GRACE.
"The report that 20,000 voters have scratched
his name from the ticket 1b spoken of as an
evidence that Senator Tillman Is falling from
grace with the people of South Caroilnu. If
you consider that there are over 80,000 Democratic
voters In South Carolina, all of
whom are eligible to vote In the primary
eleotlon, and that only 20,000 record their
personal objection by scratching his name,
yoa will see that If the vote had been a direct
one with Tillman as the Issue, be would have
nrflvalloH hv S tn 1
evidence ok tillman's strength,
"An evidence of his strength with the voters
of South Carolina Is the fact that no one
In the State whs willing to enter the lists
against him In the race for the Senate. The
primary In South Carolina is a free-for-all to
those who oonform themselves to the regulations
of the Democratic parly sovernlng
candidacy for office within the party. The
primary Is the canvass In which the Democrats
fight among themselves and In
which each Individual Democrat has a voice
in saying who shall represent the party.
dispensary in no danger.
"What Is spoken of as an unexpectedly
large vote for Colonel Hoyt, who Is running
as a Prohibitionist, doesn't mean that the
dispensary Is In danger.
joseph t. johnson's success.
"Senator Tillman Is a special champion of
the dispensary and the representations made
to him on that subject caused him to tafce a
band in this primary and add to the Uvell
utjuB ui me campaign. Among uie candidates
for Governor, however, he never expressed a
"It seems that Joseph T. Johnson, of
Spartanbnrg, Is selected for Congress In the
Fourth district. He barely failed of the
nomination In 1898. He first ran for Congress
in the primary of 1892 and has run in every
raoe since, his vote growing larger at each
He is a capable lawyer and hard student.
He and I were classmates In Ersklne College.
Trained in that Institution and reared, as he
was, among the Becedets,' he Is a man from
whom a good account may be expected in
public 11/e. No, we are not kin, though we
bear the same surname.'
We belong to the oburcb, but the ohurch
also belongs to us. The church with Its
ordlnanoes and privileges here and its glorious
future hereafter is ours. In laboring
then to build up the church we are building
up that which is now and ever will be our
own.?A. R. Presbyterian.
' Second Hnnd Type.
The Press and Banner has a quantity
of second band job type which a purchaser
can get at his own price. The type is good
and uselul for advertising or job work. We
desire to make room for other type, and the
type which is advertised is too good to be
old &b old metal. We would sell it for a
trifle, or exchange It for anvthlnc that we
It you are Id the market, come and seee it,
or write to The Press and Banner,
tf. " Abbeville, S. C.
I can ghre employment to a few young ladles
in each eounty, good penmen preferred.
Cash salary. Write atonce. '
J. E. Smith, Montioello, Fla.
Your Wife Would
appreciate an Oil
Gas Stove for Summer
We have Just DETilll ATHD
received the i-n i v/n
tbe finest oil stove made.
NO SMOKE, NO SMELL, NO SOOT.
Costs one cent per hour to operate.
Abbeville Hardware Co.
Everything In tioaae Furnishings.
Annnnl Convention. Colored odd FolIown.
LoulHvllle, Ky? October 2nd7th,
Cu account of tbe above accaslon, .Southern
Hallway will sell round trip tickets from all
lis lines to Louisville, Ky., aud return,at rnle
of one first class fare for tbe round trip.
Tickets to be sold September 29th, 30tb, aud
October 1st, with final return limit October
iUb, 1900. Persons located at non-coupon
stations should notify ticket agents several
days in advance of tbeir contemplated departure,
so that he may supply himself with
proper iorrn of tlckels.
Annual Meetinif, Mlstilmlppi Valley
.Med it-it I ANNodatioii, Ashevllle. X.
V., October Oth-lltk, 1000.
On account of occasion above specified.!
Southern Railway, will sell round trip tickets
from all stations on Its lines to Asheville, N.
C? and return. Tickets will be sold October
6th to 9th Inclusive, with final limit October
15th, 1900. An excellent opportunity to visit
the famous "Land of The Sky."
For further and detailed Information, call
on or write any agent of the Southern Railway
or Its connections, s. II. Hardwlck.
A. G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga.
Just received a big line of powdered spice
of all kinds. We guarantee these spices to be
strictly pure or your money refunded.
Mllford's Drug Store. Phone 107.
Dr. S. G. Thomspn,
OFFICE HP-STAIRS ON MoILWAIN
Corner, Abbeville, 8. 0. ,
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
In the Matter of the Estate of Jane A. Frazier,
Petition for Settlement and Discharge.
AM. REID as Executor for Bald EstAte
having applied forsettlement and discharge.
It is ordered, That Wednesday, the
15th day of August next be fixed for granting
the relief prayed for. R. E Hlli,
J Uiy 14, l'JW. J uuge rrouftit).
DUE WEST, S. C.
Regular Classical and Scientlflo Courses.
Elective Courses allowed under the supervision
- Splendid College Buildings,
Supplied with modern equipment. Handsome
Dormitories for both young men and
young ladles, furnished with all tbe comforts
and conveniences of a cultured borne. Rates
for tuition and board so low as to bring a collegiate
education wltbln tbe reach of a slender
The Fitting School
Oilers a two-yearn' course that prepares for
entranoe to the Freshman Clam. Parents
who are oompelled to send tbeirchlldren from
home for preparatory training will And here
wholesome, moral surroundings aud careful
oversight. Write for catalogue to?
F. Y. Pressly, President.
Aug. 15, 1900. tf
; ' GREENVILLE, S. C.
rpHE NEXT SESSION OPENS ON THE
-I- 26th of September, 1900. Full and thorough
Instruction, leading to the degrees of B.
A. and M. A. Is offered. Bo&rding in private
families moderate; in Mess Hall exoeilent
fare may be bad at less expense. Correspondence
solicited. Applications for places in tbe
Mess Hall should not be deferred. For further
particulars, apply to the President.
A, P, Montague, LL, D.
July 25,1900. If
College of Charleston,
CHARLESTON, 8. C. .
Founded In 1785.
Next Be68ion opens Oct. 1,1900. x
Board In COLLEGE DORMITORY, Including
furnished room and llgtkts, can be obtained
at 810 a montb. Tuition, $10 per session,
payable in two instalments. One scholarship
giving free tuition is assigned to each ionnty
of South Carolina, the bolder to be appointed
by tbe County Superintendent of Education
and tbe Judge of Probate. All candidates for
admission are permitted to compete for Boyce
Scholarships, wblcb pay 8150 a year. Strong
faculty; well equipped cbemical,
physical, and biological laboratories; observatory
; library of 14,000 volumes; and tbe finest
museum of natural history in tbe South.
Elective courses leadlng.to tbe degrees of B.
A. and M. A.
For catalogue, illustrated circular and Information
in full address
Aug. 8,1900. tf* President.
Jas, H. Carlisle, LL. D,, Presid't.
Eight departments under eight -professors.
Two courses leading to A. B. and A. M.
Athletic Grounds, Lecture Course.
Terms as reaaooable an at any flrstolass college.
Session begins September 2Stb. The expenses
Wofford Fitting School
Have been reduced from S144 to 8107
for the year.
For Catalogue address
J. A. Game well,
SPARTANBURG, 8. C.
I AM NOW READY TO QUOTE I
Coal. Now is the time to buy If yc
4,Jellico," the very best soft coal and "I
-You will save money by giviug y(
OUR LINE OF
Is complete and 1
low as the lowest
S. F. Killingsworth,
No. 4 seal Block. Abbeville, 8. C.
DR. J. A. DICKSON,
GOLD KILLINGS; CROWN AND BRIDGE
WORK A SPECIALTY.
A MOOD P^ATE $8.00
AMALGAM FILLINGS 75c and. I.OO
OFFICE OVER BARKSDaLE'S STORE.
New Shop-New Material?Faithful
and Efficient Service.
MK. JAMES TAGGART having finished
his new shop, which 1b located on his
home lot, MalD Street, U now "at home" to
all caliera who may need wood work on their
vebloles. He has bad long experience, and
everybody admits bla skill in workmanship,
and bis fidelity in the performance of his
He is a fine worker in wood, and can do all
sorts of cabinet work. He is anxious to do
any work In bis line, and be will be glad to
see you. and talk to you about whatever may
be needed. tf.
MANA8ERS OF ELECTION.
The Primary Election to be Held An?
A t AAA
i? U B L ?91U) IwUv,
Abbeville No. 1?H. T. Wardlaw, G. D. Gray
don, B. L. Mabry.
Abbeville No. 2?Thomas McCord, G. Henry
Moore, Charlie Allen.
Antrevllle?R. O. McAdams, A. M. Erwin
Samuel Knox. ...
Bradley's Mills- W. P. Wldeman, Jamas
Long, Joseph Yonng.
Cedar Springs?John Brown, Jr., Charlie
Wilson. John Link.
Donalds?C. B. Martin, W. B. Drake, J. H.
StDoe West?P. R. Henry, Boyoe Ellis, R. C.
Hampton?John L. MoLaln, Hugh Bowen
Tbomas H. Taylor. >* V'--M&
^ Keowee^James L. Bramyen, L. A. Moms,
McCormick?J. F. Efimtindi; ^,I? 2. Stur^Mea^s
Chapel?B*. F. Prlo^^^^^^^p
u. u maoKwen. - > -tv.
Rook Springs?CTB. K*t, G. A. Bigby, 0.J.
Wllllngton?R. F. Morris, J. ?. McCracken,
P Q. tfcpflQ. '
Abbeville Cotton Mills?M. N. Patterson,
Obie Cann, Jiiidm Martin. ,
All vacancies to be filled by tirfvjfespectlvo
Board of Managers. .
Tbe committee on assessmentas
Candidates for Congress?.....,. f&?00
Candidates for Solicitor 8 00
House of Representatives 3 00
Supervisor.... ... 3 00
Sheriff....- 8 00
Clerk of Court. 8 00
Auditor....... 3 00
Treasurer 3 CO
Superintendent of Education- 2 00
Coroner .. 50
Magistrate 1 00
John A. Robinson, F. B. Gary,
I miliv HI
We Want Yon Work
. .. ; .
And Are Turning Out
Much Prettier Work
Now Than We Did at
and We will Come. -
All work not satisfactory
send it back and
no charge will be made
for fixing it right.
P D Unmmnnd
u. r. iiuiiiiiiuiiu.
>RICES AND TAKE ORDERS FOR
u want to save money. I handle the
led Ash" egg hard coal.
>ur orders at once. All coal delivered.
RTICLES I f
_J ' I
;he prices are as f
Drug Co. ,
j'Diie West fe
flit nFFKR-s A. B , H. 8.. NORMAL, MUi
W " ness Courses under experienced tei
w|> Most bealtUful location. Deep tubular *
W Forty second session opens September 1!
|i|/ which has done, and Is still a great servl
^ ' Rev. JA
August 1. 1900. '21
R. C. BERN.
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If You Want
, I '
Always Insist on Having Heinz's
Keystone Brand, Because
^ They are the Best.
READ OUR LIST AND PRICES.
'Helot's Sweet Mixed 25c, Quart.
Heinz's Chow Cbow - .20c. "
Heinz's Spiced Cacambers. 10c. Dozen.
Heinz's Tomato Ketchup ......25c. Bottle.
Heinz's India Rellab 80c.
Heinz's Evaporated Horse Redlsb..20c.
Heinz's Pepper^ance.? 20c. "
Heinz's Salad Dressing 20c. "
Heinz's Little Giant Mixed 10c. "
Heinz's Little Cbow Cbow lOo. "
Heinz's Little Giant Celery Sauce...10c. "
Heinz's Prepared Mustard 10c. "
Heinz's Baked Beans wltb Tomato Sauce?3
pound can 20c.; 2 pound can 15c.; 1 pound
Always keep us in mind when you ;
are in need of anything in the Staple
and Fancy Grocery line. Our Stock is
Orders will receive prompt attention.
Yours to please,
i & i, i. mil
No. 3. Hotal Block and Factory Hill.
Phones 75 and S5.
IT H MM. SIJRGEON. J
THHE place to carry your SICK WATCHES
A and BROKEN CLOCKS, where they will
be looked after aud attended to at all hours of
the day with skill and experience. No turning
yori away or sending Patients off to have
them treated elsewhere, but I will put them
going at prices to suit the times.
WeMini Presents, Clocks, j
H. D. REESE,
THE PEOPLE'S JEWELER.
ABBEVILLE COTTON MILL WILL
.ract for a
Quantity of Split Four-Foot
If early application In made at tbe office
Make your contracts at once. If you delay
you may not be able to sell your wood.
J. S. HARRIS, I
Ian. 2.1900. tl MILL OFFICE. T
Drink one of our deleclotii Ice croam sodas, .vlien
warm. Speed UrilK Co. ! T
"Nunally's" Candy trefili every week at
tfllford'B Drug store. rhone 107,
male Collf, I
i co., s. c. i
>10, EXPRESSION. ART AND Bl'SI- ml
icbers In an Ideal college community, jjf
veil water absolutely pnre. Low rates. Ui
Dth. An old conservative institution W
ce for the country. ' , ujf
(VIES BOYCE, President. fa
DUE WEST, S. C:\ A
Is the Cheapest
'' ' " We
sell this 'wontterfat IH&le instrument,
ready for use, h^lafffng a
six exposure film, for only..., >A .
# j* One X$0 Dollar:M
We al?o keep a full linejfotber
Kodak Supplies. ^
E. F. GILLIAM,
Jired to do all kinds of rep^lrlu# *&d oImuqlng
of gentlemen's clothes onjebctt notloe. ,
Samples of salt* always cos bexUL;/ Ctuugt*
Wagons, Buggies, CamagjP&a*?ness,
Laprobes, Etro. J
Our Special ties are.....
And CHEAP BUGGIES
Fro'n $80 up. Owensboro Wagonn, White
Hickory Wagons. We also have a fall line of
Harness, Laprobes, Etc.
Give Qs a call before buying.
J. L. HILL, & CO.,
No. 3 Rosenberg Block. -t
n *j n
DAVIDSON, N. C.
Sixty-fourth year begf na September Gtb.
/. SCIENTIFIC. '1
Courses offered for A. B., B. S. and A. M.
Teaching thorough. :
Send for a Catalogue.
J. B. SHEARER, j
June 13, 1900. tf
. . I
1*7KITE TO OR CALL on the:nnderelgned t
or to the Director of yonr Township I
for any Information you may desire about ,
our plan of Icsuranoe. ,
We insure yonr property against destrno ]
tlon by I
FIRE, WIHSSI0E1I OH LI5EIN1NS, >
anH dnon nhpanwr than anv Fnflnpftnnfi Com
pany In exlstenoe.
Remember we are prepared to prove to yon I
that ours la the safest and oheapeet plan of t
Insurance known. c
J. E. BLAKE, Jr., Agent, i
Abbeville, S. C. I
J, FULLER LYON, Pres.
Abbeville, S. C. ?
BOARD DIRECTORS. J
W. E. Leslie Abbeville Township ^
S. M. Benjamin Greenwood " P
J. Add. Calhoun^.........Nlnety-Slz "
W. B. Acker Donalds "
M. B. Cllnkscales Due West "
Dr. J. A. Anderson.Dlamond Hill
H. A. Tennent Lowndesvllle "
J. D. Coleman Coronaca "
J. W. Lyon Troy "
J. R. Tarrant Calhoun Mills "
T. L. Haddon Long Cane "
Joseph Lake Pbcunlx "
J*. H. Chiles. Jr Bradlev "
P. B. Catll86n Calllson "
B. W. Townsend Klnards '
A. K. Watson Cedar Spring "
A. O. Grant Magnolia " I
II. O. Harvey Walnut Grove '
W. A. Nlckles Hodges
J. W. Scott Verdery "
J.T. Mabry Cokeebury "
S.F.Cromer .Smithvllle "
G. N. McKlnney Bordeaux " 1
F. B. Calllson and Joseph Lake, Yeldell
P. B. Calllson. J. Add. Calhoun and Joseph
,ake. Ktrknoys Township.
J. Add. Calhoun. Joseph Lake and K. W.
Own wend, Fellowship Township.
J. Add. Calhoun, Joseph Lake and It. W. 1
owusend, Brooks Township. tl
J. W. Lyon and A. K. Watson, Indian Hill
Abbeville,?, C? Jan, 17, I9U0
C. C. GAMBRELL, M. D.?
Physician and Surgeon,
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
Office in the National Bank.
May 25,189S. tf
WM. H. PARKEK. WM. P. GREENE
PARKER & GREENE,
iUonieys and Boissellors atLaw.
OlBoe on LAW RANGE.
ABBEVILLE - SOUTH CAROLINA.
May 4, 1898.. tf
J. C. Summey,
ffcFFER HIS SERVICES to all wbo may
^ desire any kind of good work In Iron.
Shoes famished for horses shod all round
fortecents. Wheu the shoes are furnished
bis charge* Is 40 cents.
8bop*across the street. In front of Wallingford
6 Russell's Livery Stables.
SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
A. B., B. 8.. A. M.; LL.B., l! I. Courses
Spring Courses free for Teachers. Fourteen
Professors; 88000 volumes in library; exceltent
laboratories, class-rooms,srymnasinu), in- .
fl/mary. athletic grounds. Tnltlon 540, other
'feM$18,a session; toltlon remitted to needy
(Hqdents. Expenses 1135 to 9175 a session.
Certified Pa pi Is from loriy-flve Accredited
Scnools enter 1U Freshman" Class without examination.
Entrar oe and Normal Scholarshu^xaml- '
nation beld at every ooonty-fiSBgilay
IbI? 91. IWin h? fVinnt.v Rnnfrlnlafli^Bhik. .
not an nol a
pauper suplOJtpd at tn6 public exile
prison, and wbP&toiwt been convicted
of barglai^ arftgfr, obtaining
goods or money unde^n^ pretenses
receiving br^ch of truHt
State t wgjean i 9 ters in
charge . JFj^gaiifzetf obn^jhes and
teacher#?** gyUpMbools, pnd the^e
lectij^^^^CoD9tltution of 1895, or
can Gnaeretaiid and explain-any section
of eafd Constitution when read to
him by the registration officer or offl
core shall be ettttUed to registration aud
become an electdr fapon application for
such registration. If any person has
been convicted of any of the crimes
above-mentioned, a pardon of the
Governor removes the disqualification.
In case anf minor who will becometwenty-onfifigtt|$
of age after the closing
of tbeBoofa, of Registration and
before the election, Mid is otherwise
qualified to register, makes application
under oatb^showing he is qualified
to register, the Boards shall register
suoh applicant before the closing of
Any person whose qualifications as
in elector will be completed after the
(jlosing of the Registration Books but
Derore me nexi eieuuuu snail nave tue
right to apply for and secure a registration
certificate at any time within
rixty days immediately preceding
ihe closing of the Registration Books,
jpon an application under oath to the
acts entitling him to such registration.
The registration of voters must be
jy polliug precincts. There must be a
Book of Registration for each polling
jrecinct, that is for eacn township, or
jarish, or city, or town of less than
ive thousand inhabitants, or ward of
ities of more than five thousand
nhabitants. Each elector must vote
n the polling precinct in which be
csides. If there is more than one
noting place in the polling precinct,
he elector may vote at any voting
>lace designated on the registration
ertificate. The Boards must designate
n the registration certificate the vot^
ng place in the polling precinct at
yhich the elector is to vote. If there
-i mnrp tliRn nn? vnlinir ntono in ??*?
lolling precinctn, the Boards shall
esignate on the certificate the votiug
Jace selected by the elector.
S. S. BOLES,
W. A. LANIER.
G. H. MOORE.
Board of Supervisors of Regis traliou
r. S. Stark's Stables
Price, $15 a Season.
March 21, 1900. tf.