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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IS, 1885.
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Death of luurlte War* law
Rarely h?v ti? * people b*cn mm
painfully Mrpp?ed than by the announcement
by te!efrr*i*b <??* week ??1
th?* death. in Nf? York, of Ohw O
V/aralar in the tiirty-Hixtb y??r of hih
?gc. Dub hm hiv borne ; lion- hr had
b*?en born and reared. *r?l hw i?- always
camc?hone?in intervals of
rest in his b?ft.v life, and hero wore hit.
kindred and friends, who knew him and
loved hiiu. How then could i*. Iw otherwise1
than that their hearts were filled
wick grief over the announcement. ?(
__ Ms untimely death.
It is not yet twelve month since In
led a young and loving bride to the
alter. Life with all its promises of
success and happiness stretched out before
him. Near and d*ar kindred lent
him the encouragement of sympathy
and love. friends watched his course
with faith and confidence, and the
paUtc gave him its respect. Neverthe
1088 in an instant lie is gone, and the
gray-haired father, ripening fur the
grave, has lost one of the props and
supports of his declining years, the
3??ng wife, the light snd joy of her life
and the Mother but r jcently gone before
has clasped her youngest born to her
heart in thst world beyond the sky.
Let us lay our meed of respect (n his
memory, on his bier. We have felt the
charm of his genial presence, and the
warm clasp of his hand, and seen his
eye brighten, at our greeting., with the
light. of friendship And We lay this
honest (Sentiment born of our knowledge
of, and our intercourse with biro,
on his grave. He was true to that
which was noble and honorable. An
??- r~- 1 1 ia..l ..
uuriiiMiaiu intiuu, iujii, iiunuiiinii, ?iiu
brave. Dear friend, good-bye, and the
food God who knows <?*?r deserts will
give you peace and rest.
Death ?f Miss Nana Perria.
Scarcely hid wc? recovered from t I*u
first Rhock of the news -r?f the !te?th uf
Ohlrliu Wardlaw, when the (ule^nitl.
brought us the information of thv death
rtf Miss N??na Perriti. ihr died in
Greenville at the residence of Mrs.
Henderson, ?t. 1 o'clock Monday morning.
Her remains wor* hn ught here
u? Monday and interred at Long Canton
Tuesday evening at 5 o'clock.
For more than Ur?? year? thut insidiou?
distaae, consumption, has been
napping the foundations ' ( her life
sway. A ad through all thesw weary
4ay* a?<i months of suffer ins itn<J
trouble, her lite ha? born the hca?i,
4af?! exemplification ??f faith and patience
Mid fheprfuluw At list the
ttuicxlo has ended, and the weary muI
w at reiA And when the Saviourcomes
U make <M? his jewels, truely there will
shine in his casket no gem of purer
"ray serene" than tb<> gentle spirit of
sweet Nuna Perrin.
Love ceatld not stay the fell destroy*
er's hand. Prayer coutd not ward off
- ' the blow. It has fallen as from a heavy
hand, but her strickened kindred have
this inellablo comfort, the knowledge
that she is, indeed, "safe in the *nn? ?f
l^sth of Miss Llasle Walker.
It is seldom (hat it becomes our duty
to record a ladder death than that of
Miss Lissic Walker, daughter of Mr.
And Mrs. J. H. Walker, .lust past
ighteen, young, beautiful and bright.
a.i i j...!? -m
?7nu;niig "ip??ii *ii?: u5?jiui niMfi hi %
young vramvt and mod only receiving iu
pleuuros, suddenly and painfully
withdrawn from the circl? of loving
friends and acquantancea. Tli? pant contained
no grim re.i*rots for tier and th<k??J
of the smiling future wax tilled
? with floarera henkoninp heron.
Only a week apt (|he met ?rit^ an accident
while putting up wiodow curtains
Calling acreac a rinir the !?ack <?f which
* atruck 4m*t aide. This Mow van the
unexpected cause of a complete net
vuua praMtration which overcame the
tender delicate frame, aa l in intense
auffering ahe breathed her laar on Tuesday
morning at fire o'clock. The heartK
of the whole community go out in tender
love and aympatby to the bereaved
household who mourns the untimely
death of thia pure, chriatian and useful
Hadlalaa of Company U, Orr'a
Kktglaeut of RIMm.
The reunion of the survivor* of thia
gallant company took place in the Court
House on laat Friday.
Capt James Pratt, the laat surviving
captain, called the meeting to order.
Oen. Hemphill stated that the object of
the meeting wan to secur- a correct
roll of the company, to be placed upon
the records of the State. He road a letter
from Adjutant and (nspactor Gener'
allfanigault with reference to ir, %n<j
stated that he had the necessary blanks.
Gen. Hemphill atated that (Ware the
survivors took up the business bofcre
thein, he was sure they would tike to
hear from Judir* Cothran. wham he
saw present, and who was well known
to all of them.
Judge Cothran, upon being caljod upon,
said it watt quite an poexpccted honor
conferred upon him. He was totally
unnrepared, and even if he had
had weeks of preparation, he could not
do Company G Justice. He could'nt
allow this opportunity to pa**, however,
withcqt expressing his pleasure at
rawing nis oiu commaei in *rrm, with
vkott no btd puMd through no many
tri?l? Mid expectances Mid m loany
hardships. H? desired al?o to pay aoine
tribute to those who could not a.niwci
to roll call to-day. All. would agree
with him in paying the bravent and beat
were those. to whose name*, if the roll
were called, would have to be annv^red,
killed in battle." It itaa twontv yoarn
since the war had ended, and for the
first time in that period there were bn<
doubted signs of peace, pro*peri Ir and
plenty smiling upon us. Tau Judge
then referred to tae political rovoiutton
y. of *7^ and said our success the* wu
due to Dm senrtfe Mid plsck of th?
mrtfro? 0t Csmysny O. sad the swfi.
vors *f stl Miter companlea. Be then
-related corns iscidsits of ptwousl bravery
eoaoernisf some of the surviven
he asw present, and clesod by again ex<
prtMisghis pleasure * being preseol
op tbif* ^ccatiirn, ~r r"yi?? 1
tpK;i?c to r.bcx?
3o Fit-'' i V*rw*l ?*mpirg grMin-1, 4c.
Mr. J. W. Mattison whs requested to
*ct w iH?oroh*rv, and the c?rr*cting ?f
the roll then commoncvd.
Gen. Hemphill offered tho- following
which was unanimously adopted :
' lietoive(1, That this meeting, com>
posed of the nurfiTorp of Company G,
i Onr'R Rifles, Confederate Army, and of
the citisens of Abbeville Court House,
respectfully and earnestly invite all
i survivors of the Confederate Army in
Abbevilln County, and the citizens of
. Abbeville County in general, to assemble
in the Court House on Monday, 'he
7th of Peptemher next, to concert measure*
for erecting a monument to the
memory ol ?no sops ol ao??viim ? ounty
who lost their lives in the War be.
tween the State*.
The following rewl-ition wm offered
by Mr. W. L'. Cowan *oi unanimously
Aesolvcd, That * committee of three
oe appointed to correspond with the
survivors of Orr'a Rifles, for the purpose
of calling a re-union of tbp Regiment
at once, to organise ? Survivors
The following *re the committer :
W. T. Co wan. L D. Bn?w.? -mcl J. W.
After the coropMioo of ?he rolt ihe
Laying tf C*raer Stone.
Utv. A Coko Smith, on his way from
i?uwnacsviue. <vnere lie iita awmca'ea a
nrw Methodist Church on Sunday slopped
in fwwn on Monday morning furtii*
purpose of conducting the services pre*
paratory to laying the corner stone of
the Methodist f-hiirch. now bein^ built
t this place. Quite a large congregation
assembled at the church yard wh?re
the services were had, at 10 o'clock.
The ceremonies whs introduced by
iMPgiug a hymn appropiate to the occasion
The prayer contained in the
Methodist discipline, was then offered.
The minister then required the articles
prepared fcr the purpose ?o be placed in
luey wore : copies n rne
bible, hymn book and discipline., name*
<?f tru-tL-es, mewaril, finance and building
mn)miiteei> and rhurch p?pers.
I*b:i virner stone was then la?d with the
very impr-ia-ivo worls ;?f "In tfie
nf ih? Father and th.3 8 m? ?n<| ?.he
fi?>lv Ghost, Amen :
At tor 'his M r Smith telivvH k nlmrt
address, thi? t.h ;n>ti being tho universal
law of growth both in t.ha material and
apiritual thu* growth must go on
? 1ec?.y will be tho nsult- Tho ?*orda
of tho preacher were well ohoseo and
nuit/d for tho occasion. The :loz<?l<>gy
was mug and the mooting dixmisKcd.
Tho 'JhnrchVill bo * neat brick building
Mrs- Mary A. Bailey, of Tunkhan*
tioric. !*?.. *u articled lor six years
with Asthma and Bronchitis, dulring
which titne the bent physician* could
give no relief. Her life wu despaired
of, until in lai>t October she procured a
Bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery,
when immediate relief was felt, ai?d hy
continuing its use for a short time she
was completely enred, gaining in flesh
50 lbs. in a few months.
Free Tritl Bottles of this certain cure
of all Throat and Lung diseases at
Cothran A Perrin's Drug Store. Largo
These are Hell4 Facts.
The best blood purifier and system
regulator ever placed within the reach
of suffering humanity, truly is Klectric
Bittors. Inactivity of the Liver, Biliensnesn.
Jaundice, Constipation, weak
Kidneys, or any disease of urinary or*
gang, or whoever requires an appetiser,
tonic or mild stimulant, will always find
Electric Bittern the best and only certain
cure known. They act auruly and
quickly, every bottles guaranteed to give
entire satisfaction i,r money refunded.
Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Cotbran
Hot For tlM MMvatelut.
On and after Thursday, the <l'h inat..
we will Atart a hack for Cesly. Mountai.i
(limeI de Oowcr) making tri-weekly
tops?Thursday *nd Saturdays.
Parties wishing to (to to C?sar's
Head and Buck Forest will Im taken
there without extra cost Pare, |2.50
Orders tor seat* will be l?ft at
Gowkr & RKIM.Y**,
A>in?t 12. '85. 121
u mere i* one tbing thai Abbeville
need* more than competition in railroad
facilities it Ik competition in telegraphic
accomodation*. Complaints are long
and loud of the facilities and the nervic*
here. Perhaps thin in inevitable where
there is no competition. Csn't the business
men of the town induce the ?outh,
ern Telegragh Company thst has lately
extended its line along the track of th<A.
A K. road to run a line to this plaiv
from Greenwood with an office in tin
business part of the town. And an efficient
polite and attentive operator
Such an office would not Isck for business.
Judge Smith ?f Arkansas with hi*
family is visiting Capt. L. W. White.
Judge Smith Is a son of South Carotin*
and of Abbeville wh~ la winning fame
for himself in hi* western hnm.-?. He in
an associate Justice of the Suprew*
Court of Arkansas although yei *
1 young man. He married a daughter of
our distin?uished fellow-citisen, Mr. F.
A. Conner. Judgo Smith is a son of
("apt. Charles Smith of Cokesbury.
It is reported that Col. James Kdwsrd
Calhoun has proposed to Capt. Raoull
that if the Goorgia Central will fined s
rail road from Klberton to Knrights
. storo that he (Col. C.) will build tl.e
i bridgo across the river. At tho paint
where such a roail would cross the Savannah
is a wide stream, not lass than
half a mile. And such an offer is really
Don't forget the atock show to-morrow,
at 3iinety-8'.x. An extra train
. will luavo here at o'clock in tho morn*
[ injr, and return at night. The round
trip will cost only $1,00 from Abbeyilo.
' This exhibit of 4otk will be well worth
seeing. Ovar two hundred entries hate
been niado. Tho people of Ninety-Six
I will give you a warm relcmc. We
' knew whereof we speak.
i Mr. AuerbauL yf dan Francisco, Calli
fornia and brother of Mr. Charles Aueri
bach spent come daya la town last week.
He aays there seems to he no hope of his
i brother. Phpalcally he la stcongor, bat
>. mentally ha seems worse. He does not
t recognise any one. We were pleased te
meet Mr. ?uerbach. He Is an istelliIJfSOt
V.. , - .v-A'-:' V> #r ?d/
For it* ftootbinft and grateful influence
on lh?* scalp, and for thy removal and
prevention of dandruff*, Ayer1# Hair
Vigor ha? no equal. It restores faded
or gray hair its original dark color,
stimulates the growth of the hair, and
givng it a brautifVl. *eft, glassy ?n?3 silken
Ayer's Saraaptrrilla is designed for
those who need a medicine to pjrify
their blood, build them up, increase
their appetite, and rejuvenate their
whole system. No other preparation so
well meets this want. It touches the
exact spot. Its record for forty years is
one of constant triumph over diseases.
Our associate Mr. Perrin, was preparing
an interesting account of the
dedication of the new Methodist Church
at Lowndesville last Sunday. Hut sad
family affliction has prevented his
completing the work. It will appear
next wee it.
Mr. W. Henry Arnold ha* been appointed
;oa al clerk betwe< dWI talla and Columbia
vice Scott Williamson, (col.) who
**gets?ut" September 1st. The appointment
ft'fts mulu si tho inntnnpf* nf Cill
Physicians use Shriner's Indian Vermifuge
in their practice and pronounce
it a first class article A trial will convinco
the- most skeptical of iU- intrinsic
VV'eare informed tha? Pif.?krey street
is in a very bad fix and needs the attention
of the street han4s. The gr??K and
weeds ar? nbnut to overrun the aidewalk
\\Tn ava (*nn iwkotn/l #a ftKaf *11 a r* _
?? ? Ml (IM%\ MIBV !? Illterested
in the Long Cane cemetery will
(tends hand, or go theinselvea, to help
clean it off to-morrow.
Col. and Mrs. D. Wyatt Aik?n have
gone on a visit to Greenville, which trip
they will extend to the weat.
Mr. Bruce will hereafter half-sole
fine hand sewed .-hoes at 65 centK, and
pRggei ?ud nailed at 40 cants.
MisKCK Sadie, Cootie. Kloridc and Willie
Calhoun are visiting Mr. .1.8. Norwood
in th?? FlaMroode.
Th?> boHt h*lf 8f?l?8 put on your boots
?n?i Rho??8 a' 65 t'enU %? hruco's hnot
ind h'.-e shop.
'"Npt. Fft;rin'>i house p?eH.mts a bsnd<mtnp
appearanee <n it* o??a? of rhito
Thr? Abbeville Rifle* will be inspected
by General Manin^ult thi* ovvning
at 6 o'clock.
The Mar? Gary Guards will be inspected
at Hodge* t<?-raormw by General
Measra. Arthur tnd Kdward Osborna
of ninety-Six came up on Monday.
Kvery body should clean off tbeir
squares at the cemetery to-morrow.
The alatf rouf of the Catholic Church
is attracting much attention.
W. H. Irvine Kaq. of <irccti*ill(- ? in
town on professional business.
Invisible pitching done at Bruce'p
hIiuc and boot shop
Ellin *v. Gray l.n naa returi.c<l from
Gilders Pills are the pleasantest to
Don't forget to go up to the grave
H. H. 1*. ?urc cure for dyspepsia.
The C. ?Jr G. llailroa-J has summoned
the G. L A. 8. Uailroad to appear at
Abbeville Court Hook* to answer the
whys and wherefores, for placing the
new depot so near their new track, a?
they claim one hundred feet on either
side of I ho road.
Jim Brown, who escaped jail K
Greenville sooie time ago, wan caught
to-day by SheriffGilreath at J. B. Sample's
place, where he had been employ*
ed. The sheriff brought a bloo I houi d
along that rendered good service.
Brown's crime w?* murder.
The contract to build Mr. Renni*
Blake'* house, ha* been awarded to Mr.
Davis, of Newberry, who is building
The ne.w depot i*. \bout finished t:
A protracted meeting will he commenced
in the Preebyterinn Church
Friday night. It will extend into the
next week, provided interest enough i*
Dr. F. G. Parks has received from
Washington, the necessary document*
which will give him the Post Offic*.
Mr. J. W. Duckett, formerly Mr. (3.
.A C. Waller's head clerk, will urcapv
the same position next year vi?h Mr.
Mr. W. 0. 8tr*wlioro taken t position
with J. K. Uuni & Co.
Btftft Chiplrfy aid Jaiiioi* Or'Wi take
positions with G. A. llw-ygart. T. (>
Djckett with !. W. Payne.
I'f* Mr. Mnithewtt preachod a very
instructive aariouu last night fronj the
toit, "0v> thy way fo? t ?i* t me, whet* ?
have a convenient aestoti 1 will call for
There has been no service in town for
two Sunday* pant. Bend mm h uiiwidii'
UR" of the Prtut and lionutr look*-,
woll any time, but butter on the roof of
' a house. He has just given t ho hotel u
a tin coat.
Mr. Woodward, the contractor from
Augusta, ban uioved to Greenwood.
He u a good, solid man and we welcome
him to our town.
Greenwood will bo well repreoented
tt 'he stock show ?t Ninety-Six.
Miss Mooror Attain*. of Clinton H. C^
is visiting relatives at ibis place.
Mia. Uinnl. f-l *-?- I
Min? V WfcVWIH?! VI VVmlUUII|
in on a visit to her aunt Mm A. Mick
Mm. 8. F. McCants, from Charleston,
ik npendirg the summer with us.
tfiss Hitiie ftamplo, from near Greenwood.
is spending a few weeks with
friends at this place.
Miiu Jessie Coleman, from New Mar*
ket, who wm visiting friends here
last week, has returned home.
- Mr. and Mrs. J. W Joeey, of Or*
en g* burg, are spending some time with
her fhthor Mr. J. 0. Griffn.
Ospt. Jaa. B. Rlee and family returned
en Saturday last from their trip to the
mountains. The? report Shumate as
'?' V' il' Am .? VA'itf ./ 'S - miLL. . *$L-K bKxki . > "*1
The executive committee have dinplayed
great taste in the arranging of
the grounds for the stock show. The
exhibition has assumed a much larger
proportion than was first expected.
But the executive committee being composed
of stiring *nd enterprising men,
have made ample preparation to make
the day a pleasant one for all. First
prise, a blue ribbon, 6econd, a red.
third, a pink, fourth, a buff. The President
will wear a blended rosette,
the executive committee, a white rosette,
the Marshals, % red rosette. All
members of committees, a blue rosette.
Ring Marshal for horses. R. L. Pratt,
J. C. Griffin, assistant, ring JMarshal for
cattle, J. JN King, H. I*. 'ialphtn, asMStMlt.
Mr. W B. Utaey and <rifp returned
op Montlnv 'ast from Glenn Springs.
A. E. Rogers,
Wholesale dealer in Corn, Fluor, Meal, Mca,,
Hams. Lard, Bran, Salt, Molasses, Sugar,
CofTee, Hice, Soap, Ac., will deliver Roods at
any point on railroad at Abbeville prices.
Eelore buying always ask for prices, as we
have advantages that few up-country merchants
have. A. E. Hookup.
Mr. H. H. Murphy, an excellent mschinest
of Greenwood, is in town, ready
to repair your machine on reasonable
terms. He warrants his work and
brings good testimonials from responsible
parties. He may be addressed at
Greenwood, and will repair machines
any where in this or Laurens County.
July 15 2t 114
JCmory'i Little Cathartic ia the b estand
only reliable Liver Pill known, norer fails with
the moat obstinate cases, purely vegetable,
sugar-coated, tastelea, harmless, no griping
or unpleasant effects. Druggists sell tnem
For Sale Cheap.
rpwUTlBK WKLli FIXTURES. Th/? bent
X water raising invention of the da jr.
Invaluable to farmers. A bargain. Apply
at this office.
it. Aug. 12 ltt85. 123.
Poor House Cabins.
Sesltd proposals will be received till Septimber
Tib. 1885, building two don bio cabins
at tb.? Pojr House.
Sp#fcifiratr>?i? may b? s??en ->n application
o 'hi Clerk ?!" ttaf> BnaH.
The contractor will be require! to glva
bond with approved aur*Ut*s.
Bids maybe<ent to (he undersigned or left
?ith Klufrh Abk?*lll?,C.
W. T. *7ovam.
41. 12 1885. 122.
NotUr of Application for Charter.
The underpinned will apply to the
next soKflion of th? Legislature of ir. n.
to pans an act chartering tho "Abbeville
Buildin? and Lwn Association.
M. t. l*o??hain,
W. H. Parker
W .V. Tomplubn,
V r. [?enot.
J P Miller,
am. Aug. 12 1885. 121.
ALL' the new shapes io Hata and Boaneta
with Bibhoas. Birds, Flowers, flatioa
and Velrata to match.
K. M. HADDOX & CO.
usees Aee earns pewesss
J?595JrS*f OnuaBwaf Lom F?
***?*!*. r?w**w *? ?** *>>uffP***+
p*> Jw<w wfll pnTMlt OtfM ra Fowls.
' ** Pnrlm will t?aw?l O* y ?r mlik
DMnto wkleh BoMHiad CiWtw* nbUtt
fffrt f*wB? wiu am Iatutiotmi.
DAVIS a. vom, rr??ri?lw(
mill trom Atnag^
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at?'i oiwwic fau nm?mi7?poi
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iliiAAl flafft t|J fiMikki KbIIt madlftkoft*
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Oua Facui,tikh abe Unsurpassed.
WE are prepared to conduct burials in a
moat satisfactory manner. All modern
Undertaking Appliances. Competent manage*
And Pull Lin* of
Which akk Second to None.
We aim to be Prompt Considerate and
Hearse furnished on Application.
Our Furniture Department
Is replete with an unusually fine line of
Rood*. Call and see us.
J. It. LEAVELL, Jr.,
Greenwood, 8. C.
The Poor House.
SEALED proposals for the the maintenance
of paupers of the County at the Poor Kouse
during the ensuing two year*, commencing
on November 1st, 188S, will he received at
this office until Monday, the 3rd day of
August next on which day the bids will be
opened and the contract awarded to the
lowest responsible bidder. Bond with approved
security will be required. The contractor
will be allowed the uue of the Poor
Specifications may be seen at this office.
By order of the Board.
JAMES C. KLUGH,
Clerk B. C. C. A. C.
July 6, 1885-4t
OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER GENERAL,
n,v-....... o n r aa
vuLuaniA, o. iiunc ZI, 100%
THE time for the return of property for
tasatioa having been changed from
May to January, there will be no meeting of
County Boards of Assessors, or of County
Boards of Equalisation, it the times filed by
the General statutes.
Auditors are instructed that they hare no
authority to call these Boards together to aot
upon it dividual cases.
W. E. 8TONEY,
4t Comptroller General.
Notice of Partnership.
THE undersigned have formed a partnership
for the practice of law, under the
firm name of Calhoun k Mabry, to take effect
from and after Julr I, 1885. All business intrusted
to them will receive prompt attention.
ORVILI.E T. CALHOUN,
106 D. LUC1EN MABRY.
8. J. Giber* et al. to P. J. Marshall.
BY virtue of i mortgage viren by 8. J.
Gibert, Beni. K. Oibert, 8r., Heni. E.
Oibert, Jr. ?d W. 8. liouchett, to F J. Marshall,
dated the 30th dajr of August, 1884.
which mortgage in now due and unpaid, I will
Mil at public outcry, on 8atnrday, the 18th
day of July, the following described property,
One !0 I torse Power, Traction 8teatn Enfine.
Ote Aultman A Taylor Thresher?31 inch
One M Saw Hall Cotton Gin, Feeder and
One Cotton Press, together with all belts
and appurtenances belonging to the aboye machinery,
to be sold to satisfy the above mori(taffe.
J. W. W. MAIIHHAI.I.,
Agent of Mortgagees.
July 8, 1885. 108
Lucy J. Mars acrainat T W U... .. v.
Bj virtue of id Execution to me directed,
in the above stated cane, I will sell to tbe
hifrbeat bidder, at pnblie auction, within the
legal hours of sale, at Abbeville Court House,
on the third dav or August, A. D. IMA, the
following described property, situated in Abbeville
County, to wit: All that tract or parcel
of land containing
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTYFIVE
more or less, bounded by lands of the Estate
nf Josish Wells, 8. J. Morrah, J. E. Caldwell,
and others. Also, that tract or parcel
of land containing
TWO HUNDRED ACRES,
more or less, and bounded by lands of James
McCaslan, said T. W. Mars and others, and
known as the McCelvey place. Also, that
tract or parcel of land, containing
TWO HUNDRED ACRES.
more or less, and bounded by lands of Jsmes
MeCsslan, A. B. Liadssy snd other*, known
s the McCelvev tract, being the tract willed
to said T. W." Mars by his father John A.
Msrs. Levied on and to be sold as the prop-'
,.i. ?f T W U... .. If i-l ?
?n ? " . wwmww, mm nicvauirf (V MIIIIJ
the uforeaaid Fsecutlou and coala.
J. F. C. Df PRE,
July 8, 188o. s. 8. c. '
Abrkvim.b, C. H-< 8. C., June, 1886.
I detlre to meet the DUtrtct School Trustee#
and tb? Count j Examining Board for the
purpose of ennaultatlo?i4tf Abbeville, ThuradAj,
July 23rd. Qua liona concerning the
liberation of tha Pablic Free Hcbola for neat
JMr will be diKnaied, i hop* erery school
ruatee in Ibe County wHI attend,
0eO. C. lloiKlRH,
School Cointuirtittonur Ablte. Co.
July 1,1885. 103
RofrMbMonla at Hie Palmetto.
Thorn** McGcttigan, of the old reliahlo
Palmetto Saloon, invito hi* a.my
friend* to giro him a rail diirinsr Conri
wreck. The Palmetto Saloon la well
locked with flrwt-cla** refatrtbtuenU*.
If yea twr Rm4 a doable font Plow Stock
bow is tbe time to get U. W. J, Batith 6 Pod.
. '.- ye :
WE inrite everybody to come and exam- I
in?v?r superb stock of ladies cnodi |
of every description. Hats, Bounds, Feathers,
Flowers, Ribbons, Laces tc.. in endless
variety. Roman Btripes, Flaid Kill and Tin
el and Lace 8carfs, beautiful designs. Kteryting
in neck wear, Ruchings, & cents and
up. Linen and Lace collars, Yishues, and everything
that makes woman more beautiful.
Handkerchiefs, black and colored borders,
white and colored, Silk. Lace, Ac. Wonderful
bargains in white goods, Law^s 1
at 8 cents per yard and upwards, nice India
Lioon 10 centL colored Lawns from 5 to 11^
cents per yard, best goods ever sold here at
these prices. Ginghams, Seersuckers and '
InMiviH^Of vHOumcrcBf iiuns f C1UD7| liftCG
Bunting, Plain, Brocades and Flowered.
Beautiful Plaida in colors and black and a
while. Black Buntings, Cashmeres Taniise, ?
Gazelle and Henrietta Cloth, Buttons and
Truamings for everything.
Silk Gloves, White, Black and Colors, call 1
for'our Foster "William" Kid, in Black and
Colors, only $1.00 a pair. Ladies and Chit- j
dren's Hose and Shoes.
R. M. HADDON & Co. I
March IS, 1885-tf. 1
l%ON'T FOROfiJT, wc have a modern "
" swift running power press, new
type, ruled and blank paper, envelopes
and cards?so bring in your printing.
JAS. G. BAILIE k SONS,
J33B3 A TiHraa HT
Carpet*, Oil Cloth*, Window Curtains
and Shades, '
WALL PATERS, BORDERS AND
Hearth Rugs, Door Mats ic ]
714 BROAD STREET,
AUGUSTA, OA '
Job Printing ,
< 1 ALL KINDS ,
NEATLY MUl PROMPTLY EXECUTED ?AT
Over i hundred pounds new type specially |
far printing Briefs, just received. '
P. A. 8. M. A. T. H. <
G. O. ROB INSON & CO. offer a Mason ,
A Hamlin Organ to the correct interpretation
of P. A. 8. M. A. T. H. As
these letters haTo a double interpretation,
each person will have two trials,
and the winner must And out both read
ings. The names, with solution, will be .
entered in i book, and when the correct'
answer is received, it will be advertised 1
and the party notified. This offer re- 1
mains open until May 1st, 1885. ]
A Careful Reading of our Advertisement
T. M. H. O. T. B.
G. O. ROBINSON & CO.,
30 Augusta, Ga.
SILK8, Satina, Velvets, Trimmings, Rub j
sian Circulars, New Markets, Jeraers
Ac., Ac. i
R. M. HADDON &CO
Master s Sale.
the"state of south cakouna. ?
COUNTY OF ABBBEVILLE
^s IN TBI COMMON PLSAR. J
F. W^Wagmw k Co. iftiiat T. W. Mara,
I* Ki?r W. W?C?ner * ?? against Loej
J. Mara.?ForechlSur?. ,
BY virtue of aa orde^WDjAt in aborr
stated caae on the Slat iflTJ'C April,
iooj, i win men at puouc ouicrr at ADM- >
rille C. H.r 8. C., no Monday, Augnst 3d 188$,
twia| 8?l? Day, within the legal biwri of 1
ale, I ha following described property, situate
in said 8tate and County to wit: All
that tract or parcel of land containing
Omb Hvnbud a:;d 1 ?iTT>riri Acrks, j
mora or lass, bounded by lands of ths Estate
of Josiah Walls, S. R. M or rah, J. E. Caldwell
and others. Also, that tract or parcel of land,
Omb Ui'mbbbd Acbbs,
to ore or lass, snd bounded by Isnd of Jamei> ?
McCaslsn, said T. W. Mars and others, and j
known ss tha MeCalrey plsee. Also, that J
tract or parcel of land, Containing
Two HrtiMiD Acmes, n
more or fess, and bounded by Isnds of Jamss I1
McCaslan, A.B.Lindsay and others, known
also as tha McCclrer tract, being the tract
willed to said T. W. Mars by his father John I1
The said lands to be sold In accordance with '
the Decree of foreclosure heretofore passed
on the tllh dsy of Jane, 1884, snd at the risk
of tha said Lacy J. Mars, former purchaser. ?
TERM8 OP ALE?One-half cash, balance >
on twalva month* with interest from dar of (;
ssle, the credit portion to ba secured by bond <
with auftcient security and mortgage of tho
premises sold. Purchaser to gaj^for pa^vern.
Jul* 8, 1885-4t lt9
Ague Cure J
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On iw n> niBimnin, i? hw <w 1
<HimuHlyi>IIH>lllKl>fcl M>Ml. ^
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to WW ?wy ??hW IWw MlifM, h>?- "
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>t?? ? lital, Iwlw an *irt>i?t>irow ?
*wlw <ni Jily ? ?. MW, to wftwi H* j
For this year will be found
Absolutely Puf Spirits.
NORTH Carolina Mmt distilled Corn,
Finest br?rtf . Kentucky Rye, from
wo dollars to nix doll >:' t ?r gallon.
Imported Cogmc U * +*- <% specialty.
Also Alen, PorterflBS^)asnies Ac. la
act all the popular goods that
an be obtained.
Together with an assortment of Tobaccos
md fine Cigars that can not be excelled hi
Persons needing such (roods would not b?
lumbugged by buying from them. *
The place is Seccond Utor from Court
I'DONMELL k CUNNINGHAM
PraprMon, AbkeriHe, S. C
jsn 14-tf S3
G. H. I.
Pianosg Organs /
THK BK8T IN THE WORLDu
C. O. ROBINSON Si CO.
Phe Great Samp IutitBtin!
$10 TO $100 8ATMI
L P. Q. S.
Prices Lower and Wearer Cost Mas
E. I. O. M.
Oar Pianos and Organs Selected
rom Twelve of the Rest Makers, are
\cknowledgcd to bo Superior by the
3rcat Artist of the World.
We Deliver our Pianos and Organs,
freight Paid, to any Point in the 8o?tk
irith Music Book, Revolving Stool and
instruction Book. Also a Good Cover
irith every Piano.
Our long ezperienoe of over 40 yean
jnables us to place in every Home the
Inest musical instrument in the
guaranteeing Satisfaction and our Price
o be the Lowest
jnusicai Mercnaname ana instrunents
of every description. Sheet Marie
and Music Books. Th? Latest Pub*
Orders filled on day of reception.
Write for Catalogues, Prices, Discounts,
and Easy Terms of Payment.
r. M. H. O. 7. &
Lowest prices at
GEO. O. ROBINSON * CO/8,
831 Broad it., Augusta, Ga.
Preach Candies, fresh!
LEMON OS ACKERS. FRESH!
SODA CRACKERS, FRESH !
GINGER SNAPS, FRESH)
ASSORTED JUMBLES, FRESH!
i-tf-W QUARLE8 A THOMAS.
Ux'l G. Cabon, I Abbeville, S. C.
I. L. Bonbam. Jm. v " **
r. H. Rich, ) Ninaty-Bix, 8. C.
WE have this day formed a partnership
for the practice at law iMcr the .firm
lame of CA SON, BONHAM Jk KICK.
tbberille. 8. C., I CL. Cmok.
Mar ti, 1884. > M. L. Boxaais, Js,
S J. a. Rick.
M?j 97, 1865-tf M
IV E OFFER TO THE FARMERS OF
ri^^wrlaf, Jr. Twh* ^H|
BU ana ar#<e>>WT.
rHK Derrlnf Liritt R?par, faifka
7601b*. price, 9106.
The Dorring Mover^ o?f gear Bad* ?|
ntuctbic irun, tb? Mai MMTtr la sm,
The celebrated Thomas Hey Rake,
The Corbie Disc Harrow, with frictioa
ollerM and chilled boxes, price, $40.
Farquhars, Csrdwells and Bntterrorth'u
Threshers, and uAjax" Portable
injrines. The Iron Age and Plane*
iultivators. We solicit correspondence
rom termers snd dealers.
M0MA8TER * GIBBE8,
Columbia, S. C. Apr 14at
Real Estate Agent.
^ 'aJ- i <
muv ...?J ku .. ?- ? ?
I_ eititeni of Abbeville County aa mm* in
lie purebaae ud uk of Mtl IMtU.
IThor* bom to < made, the only #k#?r? sM
o for adrartist*. Comnluloii, om Mia
If per coat, on ill aalee. -*
J. T. PtVKI,
Abbeville C. H., 8. C.
[7H)R eote. la NJavtjr-81* Tontkip, Of
P Aerea of Valuable Laud, a port of the
rlcinal llarrettrllle plaoa. The (ud will bo
iridod in two or three traata. or au!4. aa *
hole. Pablie roads on two atona.
IS Arria, in Cathoun TnvMMp, K%'f mile
nm Mi. Cermet, immwUvialr ?a the 8aoan<
liVnlWy IUI|ma4, Ttaiher ?Mt|h?Mho
Id l?Mt forth* tdaee.
no Houae aa4 lot, la Abbeville, twylHt is
*?*M enatelai aat Aero, For Uraw aad
articular* appt? to I. T. Faru,