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Tiie Abbeville Press.
-A.bbeville, S. O.
W. A. LEE, EDITOR.
TEKMS?Three DoIIhm a j-enr iu auvmicc
1ST No Subscriptions lukeu for ft otiorle
1iiuc ibau six Luunllid.
Friday# October 9, 1868.
Tlie Maes Meeting at Washington.
Tlio Mass Meeting at Washington,
lift., on Thursday, of tho past week
jj said to havo been tho largest ever
held in that scetion of tho Stale.
Large delegations wcro in attendance
f?A.n T /\-i~
j i vxil uiutiij jjiiiv;uiny l^viu^iuia, V^IUi.horpc,
"Warren and Taliferro, and the
extra train brought a largo number
lrom Augusta. Tho crowd was vajiously
estimated from 2,500 to 4,C00j
persons, including 1,203 colorod Democrats.
Quito an i:>torGfeting feature
of tho occasion was tho procession of
tulorcd Democrats, who tamo in
"tvagouB and on h<>rscl<ack, with music
uud waving banners, uud manifested
Gen. Toombs presided, and nucccs
hively introduced, Judge Aldrich, Gor.
Colquitt, Gen. McGowan, Hon. Arluintcad
Burt, and Gen. M. Wright.
From tho Chronicle & Stntintf wo
tract tho following notices of the
*-peechcs of our townsmen :
Tho firnt speakor was General 9amiitl
McGowan, of South Carolina.
. Tbo Genoral maJo an eloquent, digjiified
and tolling apoccb, and tnado a
very marked impression upon tho audience.
Wo wish that this fine address
could have boon hoard b^ tho
Northern poople, particularly that
portion in which ho exposed and riddled
tho hj pocriLic.vl caut about Southern
Colonel Armislead Eiirt, of Abbovi'.le,
followed Gen. S. HeGowan in a
calm, clear and well considerod address
of about thirty minutes. Co!.
3J. is au eloquent and effectivo speak
? r, and engaged tho earnest attention
* f thj audionca from ibo beginning to
1 he cIopo of his beautiful and appro^
A correspondent of the Consfilu iionoliat
lui iiiirhos tho follov.iu? short
After tho dinner had received full
justice and-much praiso, the crowd
returned- to the ktand and listened to
'1 ho forcible and earnest Bpooch Of
<jfencrdrSamuol McGovfan, of South
Oaroliria. Ilia terse, compact and
logical argument cannot be answored.
Wo admired especially hiB mannor of
dealing with the subject of loyalty, go
niuch need as an argument against ub
l>y the ltadical parly. Investigating
tho moaning of the word as c lawyer,
jnorclist and statesman, he showed
that the interpretation that bad been
placcd upon it by Stevens, Euuiocr,
Wade and others, was falso in ff.ct,
.base in praciico, and not sustained by
Jaw. lie nsBorted that a largo proportion
of thoao blindod or wicked
men, who, of Southern birth, yet cupported
tho designs of tho Radicals,
woro during tho late war filling poslrioiiS
of safety or profit, and that no
iruo soldior, a lover of tho South,
could so far forget hia country or his
)ionor as to
' Crook the stipple hinges of the fcnee,
Thai thrift inighi follow fawning."
llo spoke of the well known fact,
"that whenever any man umong ns for
l.ase or soidid motives, givoB his Bupport
to tho liidicals, a perfoct hurricane
of sound gous up that he has
Jjecomo at last loyal to tbe Government,
and one to be trusted and honored.
Ho closed his spccch with a
grand appeal to bear onward tho banner
of the Constitution and pla'nt it
*i nnr? <l*o ^ a "
vuo uuuiu VII LliU AllOD&l lip 1""
lol that wo may overmoro bo restored
to thosp blessings cf poacoand liberty,
without which no pcoplo can bo prosporous.
. Fibber's Hand then gave ub some
pleasing music, aftor vrbicb, General
Toombs introduced that statesman of
tfouth .Carolina, the lion. Armistoad
,13art. liis speech was full of strength
and power, being a searching and
jelling review of the cauBO of the
Radical partj and the 6vjJs which it
liaa brought upon u?.. lie ezpresaoi
Lis gratification for .the great good
"which bad accruod to tho Democratic
party IV,om tho exertions oi our noble
women. They" aro not only a power
in tho land, but It is due to their devoted
efforts that to-day we stand
witbthera a solid phalanx against tho
encroachments of lladical power, and
resibt so Buccobsfully tho efforts to
uveitu^ uur nuorvy uuu rights. lie
fully B.uatitincd the fiuo reputation bo
guiucd in the*Congress of the Upiled
States before tho lute unhappy (struggle,
and was listened to with marked
uitcation by all. r - , ^
33rino on tiit Cotton.?Thai ia if
ycii wish to invest in .yo^r old dobts
or something else -equally its godft,
'which our march ants can supply:
Tbo market has been rathor bouyant <
during the past week, and a good doal
of cotton has been, brought in.?
Messrs. John Knox & Co. bavo been
buying largely and giving the top of '
the There is no better G&UAji
inarjaoC jp the ^ ..
jiv.t <!,?f z.i-- \ i i
s& 1 h .4 ' '>'
An Atrocious Murdor. ,
It bocoraos our painful duly to announce
tlio commission of un atrocious
murder, on the alter noon of
Monday last, about four milos fVom
ihe Village, upon tho person ol'Jamos
Martin, familiarly known as ''Sitoak
Martin," a member of tho ho called
South Carolina Legislature. Wo
know nothing of tho actors in this
bloody tragedy, or of tho motived
which led to its ccmmissiou. Wo orjIly
know that Martin had been represented
to have recently made certain
iliflamntnrv nunpulH lr? l.h? hl:w lr?. nml
J -I X - -J
that having in his posBoasiou at tho
time of his death ? bairol of whibkoy
which ho was tailing homo, and might
bavo bcon eunpoctod as about to uao
for improper electioneering purposes,
tboso may" bavo led to tho cominis jion
of tho niurdjr. Bo ihocaooiis it may
and however bad may have boon tno
character of tho deceased, wo giro
but expression to tho vuico of this
community, in denouncing tho act as a
cowardly and base a^sassinat ion,
which desorves gonora'. reprobation.
Tho facta as dovoiopdd u on the inquest
which was hold on Tuesday
morning Deioro Jft-q James MeUaflan
arc as follow 8 : tin left tho village
riding a mule, and accompanied a
wagon in which were two negroes and
a barrel of whiskey. On tho outskirts
of the village tho whiskey was
1 divided with some parties in interest,
and the party then proceeded on tho
road to Calhoun's saills. Tiicy wcro
soon after joined by a third negro,
, who accompanied tho wagon on loot.
About four miles from tho village, afl
tcr tho wagon had turned out ot tho
main road for the purposo cf avoiding
a steep hill, tho v/agon was overtaken
by threo men, on horseback, who, dismounting,
ordered tho negroes to
surrender their arrna ana tho whiskov,
and promised net to barm thom
j Tliey Si?id the Rau:o to Uartin, who
immediately dismounted and began
retreating to tho iear of too wagon.
Two ol' the men pursued him, and
when bo commenced running, they
discharged their pis.olr, but us tlio
negroes testified, with apparently no
intention of billing him. The fact
that be rocoived no ball iu tho back
confirms this view. Tho two mca ro
turned to tho wagon, and with tho
thitd filled their bottles with whiskoy,
and emptied the rout upon tho ground.
Whiist engaged, iho sound of u pistol
shot was heard, but as Martin was
then out of night of the wao'0n, tho testimony
of tho negroes eonld throw no
light npou tho fact ol" the killing. Ono
of tho negroes toatifiod that ho had
Bjco two men in the roar of tho wagon,
and Mv- Sprous who lives on tho
road teetified that fivo men had passed
his houao that day, following after
... ? - jt *
Duo v.oguu. iu.arnu wus aiBOUVOrcu
first by a negro woman Affy, who
lives near. Ho was lying on tho eido
of tho road with his fcot in a ditch^
and gave ovidenco by marks in tho
road, of his havingdrugged himself, or
having been dragged. Ho suid to tho
woraau, < Oh! lord I ain shot,"?bo
Raid by throe portions, but did not
know them. The shot outorcd hia
: groin, cutting an artery, and he bled
to death very soon. Ilit pocket book
was taken and also hia pirol, which
according to tho testimony of bin wifo
bo had with him. Tho nogroes had
pistols but were not deprived of
Such aro the facts as detailed on tho
Tub U. S. Kevenl'z?An Ex plan a
fiON.?It affords as pleasure to ctfor
a word of explanation in behalf of a
very worthy officer, M ?j-jr S. L. Jorie^,
our District .Aeso-iaor, in relation to
Iho DioiiiUtion Law, and bis action
thereto, lb scema that when the licenses
wore granted under the law,
the Assessor supposed that an abatement
would he allowed in certain
cases; but be bad no authority to do
more than give Jtsis opinion, which it
appears has not been sustained by the
action of tbe authorities. Hue refusal
to abate, is in do way chargeable upon
the Assessor, whose daty is not to
make the lavr, bat to enforce it. Tbe
luw had just boen passed, and the
Assessor interpreted it to the best of
Tor tho information of the public,
wo would state that ail- diatill.-ra nf
(spirituous liquors are roqfutred to pay
u special tax of $100 for 100 b&rol* or
leefl, and $1 for oacli barrel in excess,
to pay a tax of 50 cents on cacti gallon,
innke monthly, roturna, &c , &c.,
uuder heavy penulties. All doalciB in
tobacco are required to tnake returns
and pay certain uxen.
QUISLES, PFRHIN & CO/
WILL uibke Liberal. Advance* kn Cotton
hipped through their bauds U a w?ll
known au?l r?"?|>oii?ible hou?? in CliorletloD.
Oci ?, 18C8, 64?If )
ox . i .
Ntw rUKK AND CHARlESTuNj;
At PAR, for tnle'Ly J
JtfO. EJPRX & oC^
1MB, H U '
BACON, LARD, &c.
r|^ABLH IIAS13, best. mignr ctirod, CLEAR
1- blur.S i.ud SHUULL?EUa, LAUD, beat
F?r Ha lu by,
Oct 7 40 21 THOS. KAKIN.
SUGAR, COFFEE, AND TEA,
OF every grad# and variety, froui tbo flue?t
to tbo chftij'est.
F?>r ?a!o by,
Oct 7 4U 2i TIIOS. EAKIN.
WINES, LIQUORS, &c.
"B RYK WHISKY, from ?s2to $0
-fit- 'Lir |v.or Krtlluti,
C.'??.!8 fine Kri'iinh BR VM>Y,
For sala by
Uot 7 4i> H TllOS. fakin:
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
C1HAIXS of all '
AXlvS of alt kinds,
TAHLK and POCKET CUTLERY,
For ealp by
Oct 7 4'J -Jt TllOS. EAKIN.
IRON, KAILS, &c.
TONS I HON', nnsorted hi:ee,
Horse Sli?o nail roil,
lOO I.!>*. II. >rs? HlOti i< llild,
&? K-'g* NniU, 4d. to '2nd.,
tlorsi; uiul Mule bliOK bliapes,
For pule b>w, by
Oct 7 4J it TllOS. EAKIN".
SINGLE AND DOUBLE BARREL
A T various prices. For biIu by
iV TllOd. EAKIN.
Oct 1 49 si
I SACKS HISST FAMILY FLOUR, at
VJP lowt-al market price. For mile Ijv
Oci 7 40 */l TUOrf. LAKl'X.
BDLS. And KITS Nos 1 and 2 MACKEREL.
For fuU; liy
Oct 7 4!) 2t TIIOS. KAKIN*.
?1 GRINDSTONES, best grit. F<>? sn1? low
'l? by 'HIOS. KAKIN.
Oct 7 40 2l
5QQ LB3. best HEMLOCK,
3 doz. finenl FKCSl'll CALF.
I"".>i ?in?> low, by
Out 7 49 2t TIIOS. EAKIN. I
Earglng, llopo and Twiae.
S.OOO YDS. l.c<<t Iioa?v GUNNY BAGGING.
/Vl? i?. ?
,ru vumo .?n|. u;l 1<L> iiWl 1'j,
lOO 1.1)9. TWINE.
] or fs!o low, Ly
Oct 7 41) 2i THO*. EAKIN.
"Wood and Willow Ware.
BUCKETS. Tuns, CHURNS, BROOMS,
<ti). Tor sa!o low, bv
Oct 7 40 2t Til OS. EAKIN.
New Crop New Orleans Molasses.
SO LBS. New Crop New Orleans Molasses,
just received. For Bale lor, l>y
Oct 7 40 2t TllOS. EAIillf.
4 RE invited to c&M And ezarnir.o my s'oelc
-i'\. oi GUOCF.KIK-i. PROVISIONS, HAltl)
W'Al'.E and CUTLERY. W OOI> and WILLOW
WAKE. Ac., ito., all of \rhiuli ahull come up
luiiy to the marlr, aa represented, at as low
p lives as can be afforded.
Oct 1 40 2t TllOS. EARLY.
BY pprmiseion of tho Court of OrJinory for
Abbeville, I will sell, by publi? auction, for
Cash, on Wednesday, tb? Ssth iuet., nit of the
reeidi.e of the personal porfierly of Jauies left'iu,
'PLANTATION TOOLS, j
WAGON, BUGGY, CART, !
Place 'witliin four mile* of Abb. C. H.
CHARLOTTE IRWIN, Exco'x.
Oct 8, 1858, 14?3t
SEED WHEAT FOR SALE.
Av? rt.-i-i ?i * " -
_ ?juiiurcu anil rillj UUBIielB af VirV>*
l?inia Wliiie S???d wheat (or a*le, at
'Llirea L/ollurs |? r btidliel by the 8ub?eiiber,
il&nr Stony Point Sample may be fiuen at
\VL:t?, buiiib <b Co.'a btore.
" * 0. P. O'NEALL.
Oct 9, 1868, 24?4t
rpUE nntfertfgned h??? this day formed a
1. ptrtiier-hi|> for the |>nr|><ue of condtiitt
"K * general Dry Goods btuineu, at tba old
tuud of Quarle* ?fc Tbtinaort.
. QUARLES, PERRIN & Co.
Abbeville C. II., Oot. 2, 1808, 23, tf
MADE ON COTTON SHIPPED FOR
J*I0. KNOX & CO.
October 9, lBCd, 24,^tI ;
Tiio State of South Carolina
IN THE COU^T ?7. ORDINARY.
By William Hill, Ordinary of Abbeville
WIIERGAB, application Ii'm h*?n mud* Id
rue by A. J'.' Furguaon for Letter* of
Adniinifttration of ?>1 sod aiugufar tfi* goods and
chattel*, rigliU and cr*dila of' Cttempiiin D.
rainier, lato of AbbeviilaDistrict, dtettM'
Thp4e Bh?, therefore, fo cite and admouieh
the kindred Mid oreditera -of ?aid dtceased to
ppenr bfcfore Die, at * Court of Ordinary for Abliuvillo
District, to be bold at Abbeville Court
lloate, on Tueidtyi tht 20th dt^ ol October,
.ioir* to show c*u?o, if ftpyk wby Mild Letter*
should iiq< be granted;
tiiv?n under my hand and *?al thl? Clhday
of October^ 18W._...
.n:' /: 1
-? tl'.r.-l ,. .- ; vti||. f-,t. . *
' ;; / " i' '
SttL O ctol
If you arc wanti
if you are wanti
If you arc wanti
If you arc wants
If you arc wanti
If you arc wantii
If you arc wanti
If you are wanti
if you arc wantii
If you arc want
If you arc wanti)
If you are wan
If yon arc want
Bend Skirt, C<
In short, Sf you v
ty stock of
cheap, go, be!
FOWLETl & T\
Oct. D, 18G8, 24, tf
Of every-description nov/ opeiiii
CtMes4 0vcs0 0o
Bleached and Crown Homespuns,
f iri/lai\T'n A lo/\ n lftiinc/x ?? ? 'I ???1
jjiuuowj di a jmgu ?1uu wu
And everything else usually found
There will also be found, at th
m OUR GR(
LARGE AND FRI
Of Groceries. Provisions, Hardw
n: 1 . t n rn*
wagging ana ?vope, tne iirrow lie?
gars, Coffees, Teas, Caddies, <fcc. i
All of which
VERY LOW :
Oefefcor D; 1808 24, tf
T * 5 > w
j . :: . . J .1; v - ?i
3* C3 ZST" y JL ^3 fcS h
iig a- Dvess$
ng a Cloak,
ng a Shawl,
ng a Set of Purs,
ng a ISunnet or
ng pretty Prints,
lug Mouse FWfitii
1TSS ?"S B1 Br gTk-irCS
rig 5 loves, Hosiehiefs,
i J ? ?
is, satinets, IjIijUndcr
sting a Grecian
pish to sec a pretI5ry
ore yon buy, to
B ,KSFB K2?
9 vw sua i isn
g and ready for inspection at
nil** fif nil
-w V **??
; MB- SS&W&&
)P SKIRTS, &C.
Sheetings, Tickings, Flannels',
1 selected stock of
in a first class Dry Goods Store,
e Third Door from the Corner,
raatf, Crockery, Sftdalery, &c.
if Baconf Moiassea, Syrup, SuilflQ,
q. fir*e BSSottiHent of,; .
for cash i
. ii 1 :* v
* * : r a' & - '. ' * * ' >
f 10-'JU .
i im?Mijq n MiJ< mmmmmmfm^Pfq|
And arvs daily kecei
place. It embraces all cla>:
jof buyers. Our goods have been
W kl GAM SELL
Our aim is ami baa always been
Wo would call special attention
Our Stock iii this line lias never 1
for Heady-Made Clothing, where
VARIED IN PR
Persons need in cr anything in tl
We are expecting within the ne
These arc acknowledged
They are net only desirable on ac<
Abbeville C. II., S. C., October
B , fe
> pi ^
11 i c- ~ eraal
L "J GS "
f^E=) j <g
& 1 :
? 5 :
31 a iy !
c=^i a S :
c==l g 9B :
si ? ;
, - r.
S. D. LINTON & CO., "
^ COTTON FACTORS "
f V ,!V-5
I ti 1 i A XT TV . ,
' All U
JAOLSON St, AtmgTM-, Bat WILL
gite their ntompt j* rf onal attention
to the Mi* of all PRODUCE centignedjto *
tboir care. Commiuioet eftuged trill be on*
find a quarterT>er cent. _
- pir Oooaigmne&ta dclitflel J
t>. uwtok. t. cxo,JUMniu ?
Mt'Q'XW, 18^4 r-.Tu
j r :y" V,* 4':
4-'i . > '
' . *
YING one of tlio .Largest Stocks
sos of Goods, aud to it we would r
bought with care, and on good tern
AS CHEAP AS T!
to sell first class goods. Y/e solicit
>r MEM'S and
>een so large. We liavc set apart a
wo arc now prepared to exhibit a st<
ICE, STYLE, QUALE
113 line would do well to call soon hi
xt week a lai"xc lot of
to be tbe best Sboss made
louut of style, but also for tlieir dur
DY WHO WANTS GO(
Commissioner's Sales-1 *
Parker, Commissioner, vb. Hulludgo I
& Hut-sol. _
PURSUANT to order of Court, I will ?o!|. at .fc
public e<it';rv, nt A !> * ille C. S;t!e
day iii Novrmlx-r i-.ext, (2>I), llie l.<>t in tintown
of AliWevitio, kimaii na the " Livery
Sialic" L'?l, on Wa;.!iStreet, eoiitHiiiitii?
i ik, to i ., iitiiijiiieii i>y 'Murshftll House'" I
Lot, It. A. A rebel", hud an all?-y on Nurlli '
or t. -rmfl Onsli.? Purciiauor lo pay for I "
I'itlis auJ SftuLOi'd.
WM. II. PARlvF.R,
G. E. A. D.
CommitMoner's Olfica. '?
Oct a. 1803 5 ) (
I)o LaHowo vs. Law, Exnc'r. -|
} > URSUANT to ordfr nf (Vurt, I will eel!
at A'?btivill* Court lionsr. at puMic out- -*
cry, on S*le lJav in Nov?-oil?er next, (i)). ,n
I lie Real KiU'e of J>r. John l.n^ab, iltcM,
Vnnwn u3 il>? Corou-tca i')aiiUli>>u, coutaiuiug j?
7"U ncr ?, more or le?a, bounded by Intuit uf p
W. K. lilako, J. A. Liiiilry, \V. Juiinaun, n>i<]
others. Tina tract may be divided iu two or
C.W Terms. bulf Cn3b.?At lo ctber balf, a, ~
orcdit-of li iii'intlia, und interest, l'urclias?re
to t(lvc bond* wiili Iwn ^<>od aurttiea uuJ r"
mortgage, uud )?ay for litli-a and aturu(>a
Vr'Al. ii. 1'A UK-Ell,
C. K. A. D.
Commissioner' Office, ) ?
Oct t, 1808. 3 f y
Ti-UHtccs of Do Lallorro vs. Brownlce.
PURSUANT to order, 1 will sell, *t, public fl,
outcry, at Abbeville Court Hoiwe, on
Sale Day in November next, (2), Wnc Tract "I it
Land, 175 Acres, more or lees, belonging lo ^
Ibe Estate of JOHN HRUWNI-KU, deceased, 0f
liouuded by lands of R. C. Uuikuesa, Will. atl
Fleming and others. fol
t^ET* Term*, ha'.f Cusli. Aa to other half, aa
:reUit of 12 mouths, tAJ interest. Purchaser*
to give hoii-ls with two good sureties uuJ ki
nortcug-', uud pay for papers Mad stamps. p?
WM. U. PARKER, on
C. L. A. D. Bh
Coroir.iuiooer's Office, )
OcL 6, 1608. t J of
Lynch vs. Lynch. ?
I3URSUANT to order of Court, I will sell,
at public outcry, nt Abbeville C. II., on
isle day in November next, (2), the Ilea! 1'stalo df
if A. W. Illicit, det-caaed, in U tract?, viz:' y
1 HOMESTEAD TRACT, 279 Acres, more *
r less. bounded by lauds of J. V/. 13luuk,
Japt. SwPling, and minus. " 2
2 HIIANSON TRACT, '208 Acre*, more or . r
??k. bounded by landj o? J". W. Pluck, W. A. cm
>atuen, and others. ju,
3 UU&AEL TRACT, 2o6" Acres, more or p,u
5?s, b unded by lauds of Jotin bmith; W. A i'ns
iainrs, and others. in [
Teitns, half cash?A? to other half credit
f thrive months and ini?r?.uf. V.. - ~ I. ~? t?*
i? givo bonds Willi two good KOroiica. (with om
igl.i to a'jticij'Qte paymeul), -pay fur papers i"
ml slump). B,n
Til Irs not to Is delivered till paj'ment it* ac
iade iu full. ^ 1
W*I. O. PARKIER, =
g. E. A. D.
Commijaioner'a Office, ) j
Oct 0, 18(18. 3 f
Willaon vs. IladJan.
PURSUANT to order of Court, I wiU nell. _
L nt public outcry, at Abbevilla Court 1
louea, on Sulo Dnjr in November next, "(2d), i
latlut of land io the village of Due West, > '
villi Dwelling House, Ac.), being Lota 11, li, ?
8, 14, in (lie plan of eaid village, ou winch 1
: Haddon now reaides, continuing HI acres, i ^
tore or less. Titles nol to' be delivered till ^
oyment of purchase money, abd if paymeut ^
not made when due, o rc'aale to be mudo at re''
le rink of the purchaser. ?
BT Terms?Credit ?f twelve months, with I h
terost. Purchaser to cite Bond with two V
iretius, pay cosU in caso. aud pay fur Titles r ,r
0 , WM. H. PARKER,
C- E. A, D. J
Commissioner's Office,) Up|
Oct. 8, 1808. 8 f d'aj
EXTRA SEED WHEAT
' . :>i[i ' 1 '
VAP HAT W T>fr
raOWBRIB&$ & CO, E
Od?, I86?i M-tf -iy . > ? r a
, / v. v r - ' ' iCj:
; ." io i'.'A>'y >i- " i;j .. t- '
r ... ?' if/ *
? ' ??T'*til'i // # i. < A. ? < ?*?%
they have ever brought to tins
espectfully invite thp attention
is, and we know
tlic patronise of the public
voom in oar Store especially
il AND SIZES.
ifore tlie assortment of sizes ia
in the United States*
)DS CALL ON
). 1 WHITE'S BLOCK.
mo SALE If LID
ij Cifef of lie (Mt df OriiEarjIOR
ABBEVILLE COUNTY, S. C.
order of the Co\irt of Ordinary f<>r AbJ
beviile Coniiiy, I will sell by |>nblic ?neion
to the h idlest hi.liJtr, on Sh1? day in
lovcmbur nexl, the folio* ing tracts of Uull: ?
2 89 ACRES,
lore or lew, being tlic n<-?: l!stnee for lift; of
!i?. Nancy KuLerttoii, bilu&te on Lung Caue
'reck, unjoining Uu?l? of 8. LiiumX. Julio
uuvlay, < ?. W. i'loiner, md oilier*.
R9 A HP 17 ?
- zj 11. \J XL Hi KJ* y
<>tf or leas, tlic Krai Estate of Jueejd) Milford
iu'ii, situate on Kin ky Creek, wut.m <>/! !?i<Ih
Itiver, hounded liy lands of Mra. t'duniw
ulliaui, I.arliiti i'ulliau), John Sample, aud
The kbovo Iftnda aro situated in Abbeville
ouuiy, ?ud Bold for ju?iutiou smuug.. tlm
ir.peciive heirs a' law.
Tarma of f?lc ic b? Cu*h.
U. S. CASON, 3. A- 1).
Sheriff's Ojfica, 1
October 8, lb68. J 5M id
RE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,.
Abbeville District-la the Court of Ordinary.
/ WILLIAM HILL, h\i., Ordinary of Abbeville
\7"I1KKEAS. b|i|ilic&tiuu has been rcpde to
me by Robert W. Milliard; for Lettere
Administration ol nil and singular the guoda;
id chfttlcla, ritf'.ils anil credits ot Joseph Mill,1
11... ll-'--' ?> J '
.vv .-?w tiiv KmiKlUUU OlIUM UloroiH.
Therefore, by these present?, I cull upon the
tidr.;<i iidiI creditor* of su.ii! deceased to ap*
or before ine. at ft Court of Ordinary for Al>?
vsllx )>i?trict, to lie held at Abbeville C. II.,
Saturday, the Sd day of October next, to
ow cuube why said Letters ebould Lot bo
Given under my hand aud seal this lS'.b day
WILLIAM HILL, 0. A. D. [>EAL.]
Sept 23 47 Vlt
L3C3PE AND 3FIHE
"MIE nib*criber is still A^ent for some of
the lu st and most reliable Jfire mid Life
npanies in existence. The J'ieiLifont Life
npany, bits had mipnrailed' sue ecus, and still
turrs on the half cash basis. Even t'.ie cash
t may be paid iu quarterly or Half-yearly
talmauts and still pmtieN ' v/ill participate
iro?ts. A man or woman' at thirty years of
}, can secure a Policy for t wo thousand dol.
. uj f,aj IMg U1C llirilBI U HI1U SeVeDlJ I1V#
its. every tlsrae inouilm, and siAly no one
o poor as not to be able to inibis small
ouut, and time leave Co depeoBent familial
ompeiericy at dbatb.
1ARSHALL HOUSE CORNER."
UST received fresb groceries, oousistiAg ia
tJGARS, arigrtcjea, .
'OFPEES, Rio Ltfquara auJ Java,
YHOI'S! all grades, '.
!IIE&$1J A .KuCCARONI , ^Italian)
i'AC&E4iEL'in kiU ball burral* and barL
' I '
:Oi> FI3IL CRACKERS. 8CW7A, CREAM,
SUTTER, abd SUGAR, CANDLES,
OAP, SALT, LARft B ? PAiLS,
'.UCKETS, TUBS, CHURNS,
>UORS, and WINES aod evarv lbino?al??
t in a FIRST CLA83 GROCERY bTOREL
ihoa ?6mpleto assortment of Leather, Sol?*
[>?rt sod Cull Skins (genuine French,) fio%
ft general stock.
l liberal deduction from regular prioea will i
made on ill biile of Leather and finding*
I to riaoufacturera.
XTRA Country Floor and Heal ootutantij
I on band, i , V
TEOWBMCOE, A 00c,'
?rt. so nev-n it - 1!' '
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