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I The Abbeville Messenger.
: Eut#itsd at tho postoflico as 2nd-class matter.
[' WEDNESDAY, SEl'TEMUER 9. 1885.
' SUBSCRIPTION ? $2 00
> r No public sales on salesday.
' Every whore wo lumr of magnificent
^ . corn crops.
.V Mr. W. E. Bell 1ms returned from his
I' trip to Northern markets.
| * Dr. G. II. Waddoll of Coronach was
in town on Monday.
f Hon. Will Widomau nnd Hon. J. E.
Bradley were in town on Monday.
Dr. W. T. .Jones ol Mulberry' was in
town oh Monday.
Messrs. T. J. and J. C. Ellis, of
Hodges were in town on Monday.
Look out for Messrs Roll <& Gaulphin
- advertisement next week.
Miss Carrie Prince, of I'elzer, is visiting
the family of Mr. J. F. C. Dul're.
Miss Kate Ivlugh, of Greenwood, is
visiting Miss Annie Hemphill.
Turnips and llnrley have been sown
largely within the past week. The season
The Abbeville High School opens
next Monday with the promise of a
, Jury Commissioner J. It. Bullock was
*? ?> in town on Monday to draw the jury for
the spcciol term.
ltev. and Mrs, Ben Alston were in
town last week, the guests of Mr. \V* C.
( W. C. Btfnut, Esq. and Master Christie
) Bonet returned on Saturday from Cashier's
The storo of P. ltosenbcrg <Sr Co. will
lie closed on Thursday and Friday on
^account of religious holidays
<Jnpt. G. M. Ilodges has been appointed
post mastco at llodges vice W. 11.
Arnold promoted to be route agent
llev. J. DcWitt Uurkhead will begin
a series of meeting in the Presbyterian
church Friday night at 8.15 o'clock.
Administer Shriner's Indian Vermifuge'
according to directions. Ln the
morning is the best time to take it.
Hon. ?V. A. Ancium returned to Kershaw
on Monday. His family remain
for the present at Mi>\ Calhoun.
Miss Marion Speerman of Columbia
is visiting the Misses Chalmers.
The Junior base ball of Troy defeated
the Juniors of this place last Thursday.
Score stood 13 to 19.
Mrs. John Knox is oil' on a visit to
relatives in Louisville, Kentucky.
The train on Friday nigh* was more
than three hours behind and did not
reach here till after dark.
Dr. W. L. Addison, Mr. Crawford and
George C. IJradley were in town to,see
the game of base bull on Friday even"mf
_Judge MeGowan returned-on S;itur9|'
day from White Sulphur Springs, Va
^ Ho looks well and says he is ready far
fo hftrH ii-firL
friend T. O. Taggart was
in town yesterday. We arc are always
glad to see him.
Mr. E. Y. Sheppard's Norman Stallion
Silo, or Dillon, was at Hill's stables, was
weighed on Monday and turned the
8"alef?at 1375. lie is throe years old.
The crop reports on Monday from
the farmers wsre very good. In spile
of the drouth we will make pretty good
The people seemed cheerful and happy
on Monday. Not very many were
in town. Busy picking cotton we presume.
llev. Lowrey Wilson, of York preach*
od in the Presbyterian church or. Sunk
day. We hear that ho will probably
* accept the pastorate of the church. ,
Hi v Miss Eugenia McCarty has returned.
I. to Messrs Iiell & Gaul phi n after spend"h
ing the summer north finding out the
latest fashions for the ladies this season.
If Mess. Parker & Hill will. hereafter
K " give us corrected reports of the colton
K market at this place. They stato for
yesieruay iair ueinanu, Willi prieces as
foliowrf: Stains, 7,!w@8; Middiling,"
J. . V Moss. Parker & Hill are preparing to
. put down a now brick pavement in front
of their store. 'We commond their example
to others along that line. There arc
some rough places in the paveinon.
^ . Rev. W. H. Hanckel preached at
V- . Trinity church on Sunday, lie returntid
to Pendleton on Monday, but will
. <come back in time for services on Sunday.
A petition was circulated on Monday
in the interest of O. V. f!nlv?rt
for thti position of mail agent. Mr.Calvert
' is capable and reliable and we hope hewill
sncced in in obtaining the place* he
I l)r. H. D. Wilson went to Anderson
on Saturday. Ho carried wilh him the
model of his seed planter and the object
of his journey is to "boom" that
splendid invention of his. We hope In:
[j will succeed to the full extent of his
Bfc-'-' That Prince of good fellows Win.
Stelts is witji A. M. Hill & Sons. Wil.
' liam is one of the most accomplished
W*: And obliging clerks in the world, and
1- ' Moss. A. M. Hill Sons couldn't havo
done a wisor thing than to employ hiui.
Let it not bo forgotteon whore William,
ia. He is always glad to see his
i Our as-nociatc Mr. Perrin has been on
a visit of pleasure and and business to
' Augusta. Ho took his sister, *Mi?s Kittie
Pcrrin to Johnson whoro she has
accepted a position in the High School. '
"Wo are sure that she will like .Johnson
and thot pleasant village will like her.
Wo commend her to their kinu care.
J. P. C&rVj Esq., editor of tho Kasley
Me*senyer was happily married last
V - Friday at Flat Shoals, Go., to Miss Lynda
- Lovett. Mr. Cary is one of tho brightest
men in the profession in the State,
> and also a rising and prominent youhg
* <_ lawyer. We extend him very hearty
congratulation on his marriage.
Miss Nina Prutt, daughter of Capl.
[ .- 5 Ju. Pratt wm married last night to Mr.
Carter, of Tampa, Florida?Rov. U.N.
Pratt performed the ceremony.
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l'etlt Jury?Extra Term.
S. P. Cromor, 7.
J. N. Seawright, 3.
E. J. Plowden, ' 2.
I. A. Keller, 7.
W. II. Latimer. 4.
J. T. Simmons, 2.
J. D. Pace, 3.
A, McN. Turner, 1.
W. T. Huff, 1.
W. W. Black. 15.
i A. B. Kennedy, 9.
N. A. Ilavnes, G.
- S. M. Ward law, 10.
J. W. Ford, 1.
W. N. Calhoun, 14.
J. It. McCombs, 13.
J. W. Power, 5.
W. W. Bullock, 7.
W. II. Britt, 1G.
B. 'A. Herndon, 3. ,
Frank New, 16.
D. L. Barnes, 13.
J. E. Wakefield, 12.
W. A. McLccs, 8.
E. Cowan, 15.
J. B. Baker, 8.
W. T. Cunningham, 13.
W. C. Winn, 6.
W. J. Phillips, 12.
David Thomas. "a 11.
J. G. Hamilton, 10.
II. II. Armstrong, 5.
G. T. Smith, 4.
Allen Goode, col., 7.
lleuben Haddon, 11.
Bichard Johnson, col., 11.
"Babe" Jor.es the negro charged with
breaking into the store of Cobb & Bichev
at Hodges, has made a confession of his
own guilt. He has implicated a half
dozen, white and black, and retracted as
to each any every one of them. The
opinion is that lie had no confederate.
The value of the goods stolen was
Read the report of the Town Council.
This board lias discharged its duty faithfull}'
and well. We hear of no opposition
to its re-election and presume
that there will be none. By ul! means
let us show our appreciation of their
discharge of duty by electing them
We understand that Mr. W. P. Mann
is coming to town to take charge of the
jail and the position of deputy sheriff.
Our worthy and popular sheriff could
not have obtained the services of a
more competent and conscientious
assistant. We are pleased that Mr.
Mann is coming here to live and hope
hirt stay will be pleasant and profitable.
A Remarkable Escape.
Mrs. Mary A. Dailey, of Tunkhannock,
I'a., was afllicted for six years
with Asthma and Bronchitis, during
which time the best physician^ could
give no reloif. Iler life was despaired
of, until tn last October she procured a
bottle, of Dr. King's Xew Discovery,
when immediate relief was felt, and by
continuing its use for a short time she
was completely cured, gaining in llesh
50 lbs. in a few months.
Free trial bottles of this certain cure
of all throat and lnngs diseases at Cothran
& Perrin's Drug Store. Large bottles
Those arc Solid Fads.
The best blood purifier and system
regulator ever placed within the reach
of suffering humanity, truly is Klcctric
Hitters. Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness,
Jaundice, Constipation, weak
Kidneys, or any disease of the urinary
organs, or whoever requires an appetiz- j
er. t^nic and stimulant* will always find i
Klectric Bitteis the best and only certain
cure known. They act surely and
quickly, every bottle guaranteed to give
entire satisfaction or money refunded.
?old at fifty cents a bottle by Cothran
Gilders liver pills are the best.
By taking Ayer's Sarsparrilla many a
poor sufferer who submits to the surgeon's
knife because of the malignant
sores and scrofulous swellings, might be
saved, sound and whole. This will
purge out tl?e corruptions which pollute
the blood, and by which such complaints
JTre originated and fed.
H. .11. P. prevents malaria.
Due West Dot j.
Fine Turnip season.
The paint and white wash brush is
busy preparatory to our approaching
Mrs. Jane Todd is having her nice
residenoe handsomely painted.
Prof". Todd's elegant new cottage has
just been completed and has- all the
modern improvements and conveniences.
Mr. Turner Ellis is ahead in the
corn lino, lie brought into town a
stalk with two shoots each having two
fine ears making 6 good ears. \Yho
Erskino is undergoing much needed
repairs. Portions of tho building haye
been painted, Lindsey Hall covered &c.
Now let the campus be thinned out of
some trees and sowed in grass. The
campus is pronounced by strangers to
be naturally beautiful. Some pretty
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vrrusH wuiuu auu one nunureu per cent.
Dr. C. B. Cowan has finished burning
flis brick kiln of 61500 brick and succeeded
very well, used about fifty cords
Mrs. Taylor, of Lancaster with his fine
boy is visiting the family of her father.
Dr. E. II. Edwards. >Sho will take in
synod. We arc glad to see them.
Drs. Heid, Korr, Barr, Vincent, Car.
son and Dr. Jlalple N. P. Presbyterians
are o.xpectcd to attend our mooting of
synod, the first four officially the last as
Thrt prospects for the Colleges are reported
good and Drs. Gricr and Kennedy
are encouragod over the outlook.
R. S. Galloway began burning a kiln
ot brick 120,OCX), first oT the weok.
A vory pleasant missionary meeting
w'as presided over Inst Thursday evening
by President William Hood. Rev.
W. L. Pressley read a inoHt encouraging
report from tike missionary, Rev. N. E.
Pressley. This report shows that Mr.
Pressley has made about 100 converts
in the last 3 or 4 years. IIo has boon
laboring in Mexico. And embraces
three organized churches. Dr. William
Q/ier and Prof.. Hood made additional
remarks. The election of officers and
the taking np of collection followed and
Prof. Young dismissed the audience
with .the benediction.
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Mrs. Floming, of Florida is visiting
her relative Mrs. Jane Todd.
It gives us genuine pleasure to knowthat
tho Mesbenueu is to be enlarged.
Our people aro glad of it. Its editors
deserve tho success they are meeting
with. Wo trust it will live to send out
many more messages and continuo to'
battle for tho right.
Our community were pained to henr
of tho death of Mr. John Robert Clinkscalo's
little son by dyptheria. This
disease is prevailing above Duo West.
Our merchants aro opening up nice
stores of new goods. Mr. Samuel Agis
now in New York laying in his stock
of millinery and will open up soon.
Capt. F. W. It. Nance Sports the
cotton crops in this section to bo from a
half to three quarters, corn good.
Mrs. Drnyton Nance and family are to
move to their Clinckscalos place this
fall. Mr. Joe Nance has had about
1(5,000 thousand feet of lumber sawed
oir of it. This is a line plantation and
thej' expect to add many improvements
that are now needed.
Mrs. Ramsey Make, of Greenwood
and Mrs. Williams, of Florida are visiting
Duo West. The latter will remain
sonic time. Due West is always giad to
welcome her guests that she once owned.
Mrs. Mary Young, Miss Maggie ami
Paul Young after an all summer vacation
returned to town last week.
The Widemans invited the Newberry
club to play them a return game but
have not heard from them yet. The
Prosperity Reporter, however, saj's
they have accepted. The Lowndesvillc
club invited us up to play them not long
since. We could not go there but would
be glad to see them down anj time.
Mr. John McDill sold the first two
bales of cotton in Due West. The first
one bought by Messrs. it. (J. Brownlee
& Co. at cents, the second by Mess.
J. T. McDill & Co. for 8% cents.
Dr. J. Q. McDavid is building a substantial
dwelling on his plantation a few
milnc Aiif nf frv** ! ?
Mr. William Holland, Jr., is reported
as going to open up a nice stock of
goods in Jim Chiles Agnew's old stand
and making improvements on it.
Mr. Frank Smith who has been merchandising
in Donalds will remove
shortly to Waterloo, Laurens, County.
Mr. William Norwood who lived on
Mr. James E. Todd's place died suddenly
last week of heart disease, lie was
an industrious hard working man.
Dr. Lathan preached an excellent sermon
last sabbath morning.
Mr. J. O Bell attended preaching at
Little Kjver last sabbath.
* It. S. G.
President Haskell and Mr. 1). Card
well wore in town Friday, looking after
the objection raised by Council to putting
up scales for Lee & Bailey. The
scales were placed on lower side of depot.
The Misses Giles have arrived in
town preparatory to the school opening.
The presbyterians propose gjving a
celebration for the children on second
Sunday in October.
No preaching in town Sunday, Ministers
The fleecy staple is coming in rapidly.
The streets on Saturday presented a busy
Mr. J. F. Davis will move to the now
depot in a few days.
Mr. E. T. Waldrop lost a little child
one day last week, of congestion.
Reports from "96" confirm the stateincut
that t}'plioid fever is raging in that
ir:? tr v " - * - -
juiss inerciiani 01 jNewberry, ia visiting
Miss Marion Major.
Mr. Jordan our sowing machine ngcnt
is preparing for tho severo winter by
building a home.
Messrs. A. J. Sproles & Bro., will
erect scales at their ware house for
weighing cotton seed in b\ilk. This is
an increasing business but' does not
speak well for any sensible farmer.
Level Land Items.
Diptheria is prevailing to an alarming
extent in this community.
Mr. Wm. McWhorter has a very sick
child from diptheria, but is thought to
Mr. llobert Pratt had the first bale of
th? new cotton crop ginned on Friday
last, at the gin of Mr. Henry Brooks,
toll free weight 400 from 1300 lbs. seed
Fodder pulling is about over in this
cn/tfiAn n r*<1 4 * ? ? - ?.1-! ? ?
niivuun nuu kuiuiii picivlllg lias COUImenced.
Bob Davis has the finest field of cotton
in this section, it was grown without
Mr. Henry Brooks it soems, intends
walling his well from the huge pile of
rocks visible around his gin house.
Henry is one of those indefatigable sort
that never procrastinates until to-morrow
what ought to be done to-day.
Bob Ashley was seen last Saturday
wending his way up the country, he
rode like an Indian brave on the war
^yrE ARE now soiling good
No. 7 Stoves,.
WITH 15 PIECES AND PIPE .
NO. 7?, WITH 20 PIECES AND PIPE,
PJIOM $17.00 to $20.00.
Good No. 8*, with 15 pieces nnd pipe
Better grade* No. 8s, with 20 pieces
and pipo from $15.00 to $25.00.
All oar SOV^S have largo ovens and
the latest improvements.
71. W. Lawson & Go.
August 10, '85. 1?.
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IN accordance with the Act to raise supplies
for tho fiscal year commencing
November 1st 1R84, appoved December
24th 1884, notice is lieroby given, that
the Treasurer's office of Abbeville
County, will be open for tho collection
Thursday, October 1st 1885,
and will be open except the days in
the schedule of appointments made below
in this notice.
The rate per centum of taxes is as
State purposes, 5!^ mills.
County current, 3 "
lloads and bridges, "
Schools, 2 "
Total, 12 mills.
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1 Ull AHA .T>1.VA?
In nil casses where the Mnv installments
has not been paid, a penalty of 5
per centum upon said installment will
Taxes arc payable in the following
kinds of funds and no other. Gold and
Silver coin, United States Currency.
National Hank Notes, and Coupons
which shall become payable during the
year 1885, on the consolidated
lirtmlo r?f tl.Ic ?il>
WV..V.W V. ?u<o V/U1I.L, ll H? DIUWU
Bonds," and on (ho bonds of this State
known as "Deficiency Ilonds." Jury
certificates, and the per diem of State
witnesses in the Circuit Courts will be
received for County taxes, not including
school taxes. .
Parties liable to Poll Tax, and failing
or refusing to pay the same, will be
proceeded against as for a misdemeanor,
and upon conviction, "shall be fined not
more than ten dollars, besides costs, or
by imprisonment in the Count}' jail,
not exceeding thirty days."
All taxes remaining unpaid "on the
30th day of November 1885, the Coun
ty Treasurer will proceed to collect the
same l>y distress or otherwise as now prescribed
by law, together with the penalty
of fifteen per centum on the amount so
delinquent, and if the amount of such
delinquent taxes, and penalties shall not
be paid 011 or before the loth day of
December, 1885, then the same shall be
treated as delinquent taxes on such real
and personal property, and shall be collected
by sale of such real and personal
propel ty according to law."
In order to further the collection of
the taxes and to accommodate the tax
payers as far as I am able, 1 have arranged
the following schedule of appointment.
and request the tax payers will
take due notice thereof, as thi* oflico
at the Court House will necessarily bo
closed on those days.
Vcrdery, Tuesday, October Oth.
iiranioy, wennesuay, uctobcr 7tl..
Troy, Thursday, October, 8th*
McCormick, Friday, October i)th.
Greenwood, Saturday, Octobcr 10th.
Ninety-Six, Monday, Octobor 12th.
from nrrival of down train until departure
of up train, Tuesday, October 13th.;
Hodges, Wednesday, October 14th.
Donalds, Thursday, October 15th.
Due West, Friday,'October 16tb.
The remainder of the time I will be
in the office at the Court House.
Tax payers in Lowndesville, Magnolia,
Calhoun and Bordeaux townships
will take notice that the Savannah Valley
llailroad tax will be collected at the
same time and subject to the satno penalties
as the State and County taxes.
All information as to taxos will be
chterfully given by mail or otherwise,
but I-will not pay'postage.
J. W. Perrin,
Sont. Otli .1SHS tf ion
1? - - ... ?wj x iivyNotice
TH K Trial Justices of Abbeville Co.unty
are advised to send in all cases
for the special session of Court, which
is to commence on the 21st. day of September
instant, by next Monday "the
14th. instant, and all persons who have
been bound over to October Court, as
well as those who may be sent up by
Trial Justices from this date to said
special Court, must appear on the 21st.
instant, at 10 o'clock, a. m. at Court
Hall, Abbeville C. II., without further
notice. Otherwise legal penalty will he
M. G. Zeigler,
C. C. P. & 0. s.
Clerk's office, Abb. S. C., Sept. 8 1885:
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Probate Court.?Citation for Letters
Br J. Fuller Lyon, Esq., Probato
WHEREAS, W. 0. Sherard has made
suit to mo, to grant him Letters of Administration
Cvm Tealajnenio annexo
of the Estato and effects of Martha E.
Sherard late of Abbeville County, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Martha E
'Sherard deceased, that they be and nppear
beforo mo, in the Court of Probate,
to be held at. Abbcvillo Court
House, on Wednesday, September 23rd,
1QUK ?ui:? I r 1
iuu .?, kiiui puuutiiiiuii nuruui, m xi
o'clock in the forenoon, to show cnnso
if any they have, why the said Administration
should v.ot be granted.
Qiven under* my hand and seal, this
7th day of September, in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight
[skai,.] hundred and eighty-five and in
the 110th year of American Independence.
Published on the Oth day of September,
1885, in tho Mzkhknokr and on Oio
Court Houso door for tho time required
by law. J. FWI.LBR Lton,
Judge Probate Court,
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STATU OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
county ok ahkkvim.k,
* Court of Comtuon Picas.
1). V. .Sharp against Letitia Sharp, ot nl.
**Y virtue ^ an order of sale made in
D the tibove stated case and dated
April 24, 1885, I will offer for sale at
public outcry a< Abbeville J. II., S. C.,
on Monday, October 5th, 1885 being
Saleday, within the legal hours of sale, i
the following described property, situate !
in said State and County wit: All that
tract or parcel of land, being the part of
the Sharp place not sold by the Master
at tho former sale in this case and containing
more or less, and hounded by lands of
Alex. Agnew, G. B. Riley, W. P, McGhee,
and that portion of said Sharp
land which was sold to Mrs. Mary S.
Moore and Mrs. Lucy J. Mars by the
Teums ok Saj.k.?Cash. Purchaser
to pay tho Master for papers.
S.?pt. 9, '85.v4t Master.
J^ITATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF AUHKVII.LK,
Court of Common lMeas.
A. J. Salinas it Son against Fred'k. T.
I lodges, c( al.?Foreclosui o.
BY virtue of an order of sale made in
the above stated case June 12, 1885,
I will offer for sale at public outcry at
Abbeville C. II., S. C., being Saleday,
within tho legal hours of sale, the fol- |
lowing described property, situate in
?i,l n.w1 - ??> * *
omu uiutv tl II' I III H II . All lllill
tract or plantation of land, on Mulberry
Creek waters 01' Saluda River and containing
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTYEIGHT
acres, more or less, bounded by lands
now or lately belonging to William
Hodges, Susan Rilry and others.
Also that tract of land, containing
TWO HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN
acres, more or less, and bounded hy the
tract herein first mentioned, and by
the estato of Marshall Sharp, William
Hodges, and others.
Teijms ok Sai.k?One-half cash and the
bilance in twelve months from the day
of salt?, with interest from the day of
sale, secured by bond of the purchaser
and mortgage of the premises, the
purchaser to pay the Master for papers*
and paj' for recording.
J. C. KLUGH.
Sept. 9. '80 4t Master.
gTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OK AUHKVJI.I.K,
Court of Common Picas.
A. J. Salinas & Son against James T.
Ellis, ot ill.?Foreclosure.
BY virtue of an order of sale made in
the above stated ease June 12, 1HH5
I will offer for sale at public outcry at
Abbeville C. H., S. C., on Mondaj', October
5th, 1885. being Saleday, within
the legal hours of sale, the following
described property, situate in siid State
and County to wit: All that tract or
parcel of land, containing
more or less, bounded by lands of Dr.
W. C. Norwood, Wm McNary. and by
the Cokesbury road.
Also that certain lot or parcel of land,
more or less, and hounded by lands of
A. M. Agnew on the East, North and
West, and by the Matthews road on the
Terms of Sai.k?Cash. Purchaser to
puv the Master for papers.
Sep. 9, '85. 4t Master.
gTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF ABBEVIL.LE.
In the Common Ple&s.
M. O. Gary against B. W. Barnwell, et al.?
By virtue of an order mado in the above etated
case and dated April 24th, 1885,1 will offer
for sale at publio outcry at Abbuvillo courthouse
on Monday Octobor 5th, 1885, being saleday,
within tho legal hours of Hale, the following deHcribed
property, situate in eaid titato and countv
tn . A 11 ?V,o? 1 - 1..J -11
%>jy w niv an vuav utK/b UL UAIUU1 U1 IttilU Ml III"
uto, lying and being in Abbeville village known
ae" t bo iiarnwoU bouse and lut, bounded by
landn of Alfred Ellison. Magazine and Dopot
streets, in tiie corporate limits of the town of
Abbeville, measuring Four Hundred and Ninety-Three
(498) Feet on Depot street, and
Three Hundrea and Thirty-Three (383) Feet on
Magazine street, situated in the corner of Magazine
and Depot streets.
Also, that tract or parcel cf land, situate, lying
and being in the town of Abbeville. bound?-H
by lands of -of Thomas Jonea, A. Beqneoi,
Holmes & Durham, and Depot street, munwilling
One Hundred and 8eventy-Five (175) Feet
on Depot street and Three Hundred and ThirtyThree
(888) Foet on the dividiug line between it
and the parcel conveyod to Holmes A Durham.
Also, that tract or parcel of land, x'.tuate, lying
and being in the town of Abbeville, bonuded
by lands of Alfred Ellison, Holmes k Durham,
Poplar street and Magazine street, measuring
Three Hundred and Forty Five (845)
Feet and (6) inches on Magazino street, and
Two Hunured and Forty-Two (242) Foot six
(6) inohos or Poplar Btreet, moro or less.
Terms of Bale? One-half cash, balance on a
oredit of twelve months, with interest from day
of sale, the credit portion to be secured by bond
of the purchaser in each instanoo and mortgage
of the premises sold. Purchaser to pay the Mas
tor for papers
J. C. KLUOH,
gTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, j
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
John A. HiKgins against Alice A.
By virtuo of an order of ealo ruado in the above
stated caso Juno 12ib, 1885,1 will offer for sale
at puhlio outcry at Abbevillo O. H. , -H. O., on
Monday October 5th, 1885, being Salo Day,
within the legal hours of sale, the following
described property, situate in said 8tate and
Couuty, to wit: All that undivided interest of
One Hundred and Fifty
Acres of land in. Abbeville comity, deeded
to AUoe Wait by William Dnnn ou
the Bint day of May, 1876, deed recorded in
oflloe of Peffiater of metue conveyance) Abbevillo
Oonnty. Book 6. page 60, B&id tract jo be out
off from land of William Dunn, in Abbeville
Oonnty near Hodges Depot, aa win more folly
appear by referenoe to said deed.
Term* of Sale?Cash, Purchaser to pay
the Master for papers.
-J. C, KLUGH,
gTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF ABBEVTLI E,
Court of Common PlenH.
Jrvillo T. Calhoun Hgaiutjt Mary E. Brown.Fbreoloente.
By virtuo of an older of Halo mado in th
abovo Bint oil Cftfo and datod Juno lltli, 188J
[ will ofTor for nalo at public outcry at Abbevill
0. H., H. C., on Monday, October 5th, 188;
boiuK Halo Day, within tbo legal bourn of Hale
tlio following doncribod property, situated i
rfaid State and County, to wit: All that tract c
parcel of laud containing
Three Hundred Acres,
moro or Iohr. bounded by lands of Will MoNei
and John McNoill on the North ; on the Hout
hv tho Ha.?knll Mill frAnf. mul Tui-lmu TTJ11 n
tho East by Calbouu'u Crook, and on tho Ww
by the public road leading to Albovillo Com
Terms of Sale?Cash. Turcbaser to pay tli
Maator for papers.
J, C. KIjUGH,
REPORT OF THE
OF ABBEVILLE, S. C., FOP
THE YEAR ENDING AU
GUST 31st. 1885.
Toenail from Treas. A. W. Jones, $ 129.7
" " Liquor Licensc, 10M.U.
" " Billiard License, 63.0'
" " Intiiu-rant and othors, 1:50.5
" " Fines Ac., 110.5
" " Dog collars, 6
By cash paid Jftdium for printing % 53.0
" " Mtmcngrr for printing 41.2
I " " 1' <0 11 for printing, 35.2.
" " Yarh Madden for
digging well, 48.7.
" " .loe Gordon and *
others shade trecR, . 42.31
". " S undries, merchants, 134.7
I " " W. J. Smith & Son, rcc., 54.5*
I " " O.' A. Douglas, acc., 20.0
" " Miller Uro , acc. 6.3'
" " A. M. Ilill & Sons, cart, 50.0'
" " Wardlaw k Edwards, acc., 30.2
" " W. T. Penny, acc. 7,
" " A. E. lingers, acc., 14.8
" " Walker, Evan C., acc., 18.2
" " White Bros., acc., 12.Ci
" " T. W. McMilian, brick, 5G.0
" " Seal, Mcllwain & Co., acc., 16.0
" " C. V. Hammond, acc., 7.7;
" " John Knox & Co., acc., ? 8.8
" " T. Kirk on street lamps, 50,2
" " J. H. Sinnnons on puuip, 10.2
" " Quarles &. Thomas,
well brick, 39.S
" " Miller Bros., acc., 111.9
A. M.IIill, hauling, 208.2
" " Henry Thomas, " 20.0,
" " G. Henry Moore, acc., 14.80
' " G. W. Syfan, acc., 7.2
" " A. W. Smith, acc., 10.0'
,, it TO II J - "
a . u> IIUIIIIIIOIKI, 11CC., iO.J.l.
" " J. G. Edwards, acc., 8.61
" " Sundries, bauds,
work 011 streetj, 771.1'
" " \V. G. Riley, 500.01
" " J. M. Kirby, 481.51
" " Extra Policeman, 42.2:
" " J. H. Simmons capping
corner post, 2.7i
" " Fodder, l.l!
" " \V. H. IS rooks fur
bridge lumber, 2.1!
.1.1". Miller, coins., 1G9.1!
Hv cash on bund 105.2!
JONES F. MILLER,
Secretary and Treasurer.
| Angus* 9 1885, tf. 129
KEEl* constantly on hand a full, and wcl
selected stock of pure
Drugs, Chemicals etc., etc
All the latest and popular lines <)f Paten
and Proprietary Medicines.
tho best Liver Medicine, oures Dyspepsia
for Sale only by us.
Try our BLACKBERRY CORDIAL fo
Summer Complaint; ajid our Compound Syr
| up Sarsaparilla with Iodide Potash, for th<
the most canvenient way of destroying thesi
all the Staple nnd Fashion able Colors
. A full line of Fancy Goods,
Toilet Articles, Stationery etc. etc
The best brands of
Cigars, Tobacco, nmlJClgarettes.
A complete stock of White Leads, Paints
Oil*, Varnishes, utc., ctc., Paint Brushet
Golden Machine Oil.
Wo soil tho celebrated Harrison Brother'
Prepared Paint; tbo best io the market.
Spfciul attention paid to the
Physician's prescriptions and ftfinily re
cipes filled at all honrn of day nnd'< night, b
experienced and comuetlut hands.
Orders by Ijand or Mail, promptly attende
SPEED & NEUFFER.
April 29, 1885. tf 83.
Hot For the Mountains.
On and after Thursday, the Oth inst
wo will start a hack for Cedar Mountai
(Hotel do Cower) making tri-weekl
trips?Tuesdaya, Thursdays and Satui
days. Parties wishing ? go to Cwsur'
Head and Buck Forest will 'he tnke
there without extra cost Faro, $2,5C
Orders for seats will be left ?t
GowSr # Rrim.v'h,
August 12, '85. - 121
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1S|8 5 J
For this year will be found ?
Absolutely Pure Spirits.
?', -V .J
NORTH Carolina copper distilled (lorn.
Finest brands of Kentucky Hye, from
"" two dollars to six dollars per gallon. "
Imported Cognac Brandy a specialty.
Also Ales, Porter, Champagnes &e. In
II fact all the popular and standard goods that
I, can be obtained.
11 Together with nn assortment of Tobaccos
and tine Cigars that can not be excelled iu
Persons needing such goods would not be
humbugged by buying from them.
The place is Seccond Door from Court
O'DOMELL & CUNNINGHAM
Proprietors, Abbeville, S. C
I jan 14-tr 2S
G. H. t.
' Pianos 1 Organs
TII10 BEST IN THE WOULD.
C. O. ROBINSON & CO.
The Great Savinp Institution!
SIO TO $100 SAVED/ '
5 l. v. g. s.
! Prices T.oircr and carer Cost than
e. i. o. m.
Our Pianos and Organs Selected
G frojn Twelve of the Best Makers, aro
Acknowledged to be Superior by the
(ireat Artist of the World.
5 We Deliver our Pianos and Organs,
5 Freight Paid, to any Point in the South,
with Music Book, Revolving Stool and
^ Instruction Book. Also a Good nnvnr
with every Piano.
: P. A. S. M. A. T. H.
' Our long experience of over 40 years
n enables us to place in every Homo the
J finest musical instrument in the World
0 guaranteeing Satisfaction and our Price
' to be the Lowest.
2 Musical Merchandise and instru()
meats of every description. Sheet Muj
sic and Music Books. The Latest Pub- ^
5 Orders filled on day of reception.
2 Write for Catalogues, Prices, Dis7
counts, and Easy Terms of Payment.
5 T. M. jr. O. T. s.
0 Lowest prices nt
U GEO. O. ROBINSON & CO.'S,
,j S31 Broad it., Augusta, Ga.
5 ' J>?
0 French Candies, Fresh 1
1 LEMON CRACKERS, FRESH!
SODA CRACKERS, FRESHJ
r U1WUKK SINAI'S, FliKSH !
? ASSORTED JUMBLES, FRESH!
U Just Recoivcd.
i l-tf-29 QUARLES & THOMAS.
' LAW PARTNERSHIP.
} Sam'i. C. Cason, ) Abbeville, 8. C.
M. L. Roniiam, Jr. > " "
J. II. Rick, ) Ninety-Six, S. C.
. ~\1ITE have this day formed a nnrtnership
VV for the practice of law unaer the firm
name of CASON, RONHAM <fc RICE.
Abbeville. S. C., ) Sak'l C. Cason,
May 25, 18$5. > M. L. Bonham, Jr.
J J. II. Rick.
Miry 27, 1885-tf 98
i A GRICULTUEAL MACHINERY.
WE OFFER TO THE FARMERS OF
The Derriugr, Jr. Twine Binder.-weight
SIMPLE, STRONC, DURABLE
" rrWIK Herring Light Reaper, weight
*- 750 lbs. prico, $105.
The Perring.Mower, cog gear made of
malleable iron, the best mower in use,
a prico $75.
The celebrated Thomas Hay Rake,
The Corbin Disc Harrow, with friction
rollers and chilled boxes, price, $40.
Farquhnrs, Cnrdwells and Butter,
worth's Threshers, and "Aiax" Portable
Engines. The Iron Age and Planot
Cultivators. Wo solicit correspondence
from farmers and dealers.
?. McM ASTER & GIBBES,
Columbia, S. C. Apr 14m
Real Estate Agent.
THE undersigned nffors hia services to the
citizens of Abbeville County as agent iu
y the purchase and sale of Real Estate.
Whero no sale is made, the only obarge will
d bo for advertising. Commission, ono and a
half por cent, on all sales.
J. T. Pabkb,
Abbeville 0. H., S. 0.
FOB sale, in Ninety-Six Township, 4M
Acros of Valuablo Land, & part of the
original Barrattvjlle place. The land will be
divided in two or three tracts, or sold as a
whole. Public roads on two sides,
n A L80,
v 235 Acroa, In Calhoun Township, half mile
* from Mt. O'armel, immodiotely ontheParannah
Valley Railroad. Timber enough can be
a sold to pay for tho place.
V 250 #cro tract'on'the Mopoly Ferry r
- rood, four miles from Abhpxt le, C. H.
This itt ft good grain and cotton farm. A
good opportunity to any ono waiting a