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TUEftDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1885.
I'BSCKIPTION $2 00
Capt. Bonham and family aro still
absent in Columbia.
Thu Abbeville National Bank is in
full operation now.
Mrs. R. X. Pratt, or Bonncttsville w?8
visiting fricuds in Abbeville last week.
The prohibition bills have all been
killed in the House of Representatives.
Rev. Mr. Mendenhall hah resigned his
charge of the Baptist Church at this
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
C. Uason has been very sick for
Messrs. Cothran & Perrin have anun fcer
of beautiful Christmas goods. Give
thcin a call before purchasing.
Tho weather for the past few days
lias been beautiful. We hope it will
oontinue through the holidays.
t% . *? . .. ?r .*.1 - f iL rr i . .
uroincr aicnweeny, 01 mc nainpion
Guardian ban been nominated for
Governor by the Summervillo Herald.
The School Commissioner's report
takes up a jjreat deal of our space this
week. Head it and see where your
school money goes.
The library of the Abbeville Literary
Club is to be moved from the store of 1
Messrs. Cathran & Perrin, to a vacant
room over the bans.
Mfs. Kelly and Capt. Witter, of the \
XT~ ? .... I 'IM
new iiuiui w?-iu mm i icu mi iui^v 1 iiui?*- |
day by Rev. Mr. Pritchard. We extend j
to them our best wishes
Our enterprising townsman, Mr. T. C. ]
tkal ha? had a beautiful row of holly 1
trees set out around tho New Hotel. t
They will be quite ornamental if they ;
Have our town council ever discussed
the propriety of getting a ftre engine? \
It would soon pay for itself in the j
reduction of the rate of insurance. We I
need one and we need it badly.
We have been requested to state that J
the Rev. l)r. Grier will preach in the !
s* Presbyterian Church on Sunday next.
This eminent divine always draws a
large con'giegation when he preaches in 1
Fun for llill and the children. He ,
can certainly beat the whole of the photographic
fraternity in making photo- (
graphs of the babies. He only wants
one half second to make a picture of \
twins. [Photographically sp;;aking.J j
This is a fact and we can prove it. ,
' Mr. Thomas McGettigan, of the Palmotto
Saloon, is mindful of the wants of j
his patrons at this season of the year, !
He lias th best of everything kept in his <
1?ntg.-'*C?1!i(Jn him for your Christinas i
cheer. He sells his goods at the lowest 1
The Troaaiirer ban ixstioil mnw tnv 1
I receipts thin v??nr than ever before. and |<
mill then; wi I be a greater number of 1
executions made out. Our efficient 1
Auditor has been very zealous in getting
tho names of all parties who are 1
liable for taxes, and quite a number /rho
have dodged their taxes heretofore will
probahly be surprised when the Treasurer's
deputy calls on them.
Ilev. Mr. Richardson preached his
V farewell sermon in the Methodist
church on last Hunday. Mr. Richard- (
son has served his congregation here ,
very acceptably for the past two years
and we know we re-echo the sentiments
of the whole town when we say, we
would have been glad to have had him
With us another vear. He goes to
Washington Street Church in Columbia.
The best wishes of his many friends
here attend him.
Mr. Beliefs essay on the "Race Question,'*
read before the Literary Club on
last Friday night was an admirable pro
auction. The essayist took the ground
that the only tiling wo could do for th<;
negro, was to let him alone, and let him
work out his own salvation with fear
and trembling." The discussion on the
essay was a full one, and the members
of the club generally agreed with the
views of the essayist. The next meeting
of the club will be held at the residence
of Judge McGowan. Col. O. T.
Calhoun is the esssayist, and W. A. Lee,
Esq., the alternate.
Amost a Fire.
On Sunday a short while alter the
congregation of the Methodist Church
had beon dismissed, the town was
startled by the cry of fire! It was soon
discovered that the Catholic parsonage,
occupied by Dr. L. T. Hill was on firr.
It caught from the stove room and was
ablase between the ceiling and roof.
The citizens soon assembled, and by
heroic efforts on their part the house
was saved with very litte damage done
to it Yarb Madden deserves especial
notice as he was most effective in subduing
Why Editors Don't Marry.
The marriage fever is going all over
the State, but we haven't noticed that a
single editor has as yet fallen victim.
Why is this ? Won't Brother McSweeney,
of the Hampton Guatdian., give u?
his solution of it ??Abbeville Messenger.
Non-paying subscribers, we answer
are responsible for tho number of coldtoed
bachelors in the editorial fraternity.
Subscribers who never pay, subscribers
who get mad snd won't pay because
they are dunned; subscribers who contend
that they have paid for a year mpre
fhan we have them credited with on the
books, subscribers who say they think
thoy paid Mr. So and So, or sent the
money in by Mr. Tom, i)ick or Harry,
y when thoy did nothing of the kind and
I only want to shirk the debt?but We are
f tired. They are responsible for editorial
ceilbacy. That's thesolution, friend
Donham.? Hampton Guardian.
An Elegant Concert at the I>ne> We
Female College?Mneh Feminine
Beauty Upon the Stage.
On last Friday evening, Schmidt Men
orial Hall was crowded with a splewl
audience. There were present the li
tie "bitsies" with their sweat pratl
aud birdie voices, youth and beaut
manhood and old age. Tho occasic
was the first musical concert of tl
Female College for this sessioi
These occasions are immensely enjoyi
by all our citizens, and every one seen
ed to have responded to the'kind inviti
lion extended by that courteous an
honorable gentle.nen who is at tl:
head of the college?President J. ]
We missed hearing the first part <
the exercises, "Bunch of Violets" h
Miss Marie Power, was well receive
and fully cheered. Miss Marie lias
good voice and it is being well trains
in the hands of that superb teach(
Miss J. V. LeGal.
XSimnrnup Tlinlil" U*ii5 ttwnntlv rnnilm
e;l by Misses Anderson and Deer.
The "Burning ship" was prettily r<
cited by Miss Gertrude Brownlei
Miss Gertrude is ft favorite of tli
young ladies and ''Priest" of the co
The instrumental piece 44 A Revery,
was well rendered by the Misses M<
David. This was followed by "Th
Magnetic Waltz'' sung by that inagneti
young lady, Miss Jennie Edward*
Miss Edwards has a fine voice and gav
much expression to the singing.
Miss Cluudie Ellis, with much fenii
nine sweetness and excellent voic<
sung "0 Gentle Flower/' Miss Ellis i
i beautiful modest young lad v.
"I Dream't I dwelt in Mtrble Halls,
tvas linely rendered by Misses Left wic
md Thompson. Miss Lid'twich is one c
the new ladv teachers, with a prett
i'ace, intelle* tual forehead, and a charm
ing pair of bmck twinkling eyes.
Song?"Miss Brown," rendered b
Misses Edwards. Dale and Leftwich, i
!i:id a vein of humor in it and a considei
ible smack of sentiment. These thro
poung ladies sang their respective part
well and were cheered.
"Celestial Thoughts*'?an instrumen
tnl selection, by Misses Bethea an
Mitchel, which we heard highly com
The highly accomplished, Miss Mol
lie McDavid. sang most excellently an
uveetly the song; "Tell me ?"
Miss Cnrr, one of the prettiest youn
young ladies of the college recited th
dialogue, "Lady Teaser." Miss, Car
lias a very sweet voice indeed. We un
lerstand that some of the young me
think so too.
Now came the artistic and difficul
song; Mudith" by that magnetic singe
Miss J. V. LeOal. Miss LeGal move
in her curves nnd notes like the sweep
ing ninjestic river, with plenty of reserv
The last selection unon the nro
jnunm" was a quartette, "Greeting t
Spring." The four beautiful young la
lies MiRHes Edws r is, L'ftwhh, Mcl>a
ficl and LeGal, and it is hard?to ttn
four more beautiful Indies in song o
person who sang this choice piece, wit!
line effect, it was regarded the mot
ttxcoilent of the evening. This was th
finale to the exercises, which were shoi
The young ladies had the Hall mot
tastefully decorated with festoons tin
(lowers and hung with pictures an
landscapes. The latter is the handi
work of the pupil sof Miss Anna Younj
who has charge of the Art Depurtimui
There i3 a beautiful set of young divin
ities in the Female College this yeai
Their minds and hearts are being Fplen
didly trained in this well eqtiippci
christian institution. The young Apol
los in Hrskine will in like manner hav
to train their brain and hearts hefor
they may hope to win hearts so tru<
persons so fair.
Miss Jennie T. Clark had charge c
the recitations that were so well givei
Miss Clark is a very intellectual and a<
complished young lady.
May the shadwos of Irvine and Erf
kine never grow less. To this Soutt
land, may they be as "a great rock in
weary land." K. S. tx.
Due West Dots.
Rev. \V. F. Peaison is making hunt
some improvements on his city res
Miss Eastiler, of Philadelphia, i
spending some time with Mrs. l)r. Elli
of whom she is a sister.
There is to be a handsome Christina
tree at. Little River Schoolhonse. Mis
Fannie Burton, Misses Lula Brown an
Elmina Clamp are among tho leadin
young ladies in this movement. Ever
one is invited, and we predict it will t
quite a success.
Mr. Poore, of Belton, moved to tli
ClinkHoalei place last week.
Mr. Noble Bell raised a porker thi
netted him 376 pounds.
Some of the young men of the tow
with Dr. E. H. Edwards as leader ej
peet *o give a concert in a few week
They will hardly got ready by the llo
Young Mr. Pettigrew who lives wit
Mr. Noble Bell was thrown from a co
ton wagon, his arm run ovor and crusl
ed nnd then dragged Home distance b
the lines, ut Donalds last week. D
Reid promptly set the broken tuembe
and though pretty hudly bruised up, w
hope ho will soon recover.
The annual meeting of the Associai
Reformed congregation occurred la
Wednesday. A good deal of businei
was transacted. By resolution thei
will be will be quarterly meetings <
the congregation hereafter. The de;
cons were urged to collect the pastor
salary quarterly. The drawing of po*
was set for the 3d Saturday in Jannai
and by motion this was made the fin
drawing, thus doing away with the ol
jectionable yearly feature.
We have never had great confidence
the Mutual Life Insurance Company,
which Dr. Mayfleld was president, bi
wo hate to see anv,- thing too mu<
abused. On this ve**y account, aloi
with a sympathy for those who have i
8t vested faith in the enterprise we hope
it may yet succeed and help those who
have tried tc h?dp it. Personally we
have never leaned towards fife insurn.
once. We hope Dr. Mayfield will come
id out all right yet.
t- A number of our students will spend
le their holidays at home.
y. We see that 4,0. P. H." thinks "mote
,n farmers should be sent to the Le^isla10
ture." We now nominate Dr. O. P.
11 Hawthorn as a candidate for the next
1 We have had the pleasure recently ol
llJ meeting for the first time, those two
IC charming young ladies, Miss Leftwieh
p and Miss Clarke. They are quite an addi'
tion to the already able corps of inr
structors in the Female College. They
51 are ladies of culture, refiue'iient
A* and talent.
n The most attrocious, bloodthirsty
1(j murder that we have ever seen, was
;r that of Cttjsar Smith at Donalds. The
great gashing wounds and battered face
r. of the kindly looking old man made oue
sick at heart to behold it. The two
j. bloody bludgeons are a sight to see.
'c One of them, a hard scrubby blackjack,
i(i had the bark pealed oft' it for some
j. eight inches, with the force of the
blows, the other with a sharp knot on
>i one sido had pierced and laid open the
flesh in some four places on his face.
L> The back of his head was crushed and
c broken. The cause of this fearful deed
, is undoubtedly money. The jury of
? inquest have worked faithfully for days
and though on a clue have not worked
j_ it out as yet. Trial Justice Martin is
, prosecuting the case with vigor,
s ? S. G. \
" Troy Dots.
?f Christmas will soon be here and I
y guess every one have made preparation
i- to meet it.
Mr. T. M. Jay and fatnilv of Lethe, i
Y S. C., has moved into our town. We 1
t welcome them in our midst. i
Mr. J. S. Harris, and sister will occu'*
py Mr. A. J. Davis'residence the coms
The lumber for building H. C.
j Smart's residence has arrived, and work
is being dispatched at a rapid rate, by
Mr. G. A. Morris.
llev. Arthur Millard will lecture in
(1 cur Baptist Church on Monday next, at I
(5 o'clock, for the benefit of that buildrr
ing. We bespeak for him a liberal patroe
nage, as it is for a worthy cause, and ,
r will be a splendid thing.in itself,
i. n w t i? i
idiii, i%? m uiivn ? uu iiao uriru Ijuilf
n ill for soverul weeks, we are very surry
to chronicle is no belter.
The prohibition movement itecms to
tr be agitating the minds of the people to
s it considerable extcMit, but as prohibition
does not prohibit, we deem it exe
pediunt to keep quiet on the subject.
Quite a large number of ladies and
Q and gentlemen attended the McCormick
Hop from this place and had quite a
<j. -The banquet given by Dr.-iW. P. Ad,r
dison to the Troy Social Club on Thursh
day evening was quito a success.
?t Misses Nora and Iona Marshall l*ft
e for their home in New Paris, Ohio, on
t last Monday evening. Miss Nora who
has filled the position as principal of the
?t Troy High School, has by her kind and
d gentle disposition and intellectual ability
d won for herself a name that will out
i- last time itself, and from the large
;, crowd that assembled at the dpnnfc tr?
t.1 bid them inlisu, is enough of itself to
i- show that the strong tie of friendship
r. that was broken that evening, will long
i- linger in the hearts of the people of ,
\. Troy. Wo hope to have the pleasure of ,
I- again welcoming them to our town in :
e the near future. Mokk Anon. 1
: Sfo 3421
Office of Comptroller of the Currency,
l" Washington, December 16th, 1885.
WHEREAS, by satisfactory evidence preheated
to the undersigned, it has been
made to appear that
I- "The National Bank of Atale,"
iu the TOWN OF ABBEVILLE, in the County
of ABBEVILLE, and State of SOUTH
CAROLINA, has complied with all tho pro ?,
visions of tho Revised Statutes of the Uuited
States, required to be complied with before
an asijociotion shall be authorized to commence
the business of Banking ;
,!] Now therefore I, HENRY W. CANNON,
" Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby certig
fy that "THE NATIONAL BANK OF ABBEv
V1LLE," in the Town of Abbeville, in the
,"e County of Abbeville, and State of South Carolina,
is authorized to commcnce the basiues*
of Banking as provided in Section Fifty-one
ic hundred and sixty-nine of the Revised Statutos
of the Uuited States.
dt In the testimony whereof witnea my
TL.S.]hand and Seal of offloe this 15th day of
n n. W.CANNON,
f. , Comptroller of the Currency.
s bee. 22, '85, tf
h Sherifl's Sale.
t- Mary T. Qu&tlos, aa Survivor Ac. against J. L.
i- and 0. E. Widetnau.?Execution.
y By virtuo of au execution to me dlreoted, in
r. the above stated case, I will sell to the highest
_ bidder, at DUblio auction, wiihirt thn Incral SmiM
'' of Balo, at Abbeville courthouse, on Monday,
rc the 4th day of .Tannary, 1886. all the right, title
and interest of O. E. Widemanin the following
?e deacribed property, to wit: A11 that tract or
. parcel of land, Bituate, lying and being in the
wl county of Abbeville, Bouth Carolina, and
38 known as the J. H. Wideman Home plaoe and
Six Hundred and Seventy-Nine Acres,
>g more or lew, bounded by lands of Mrs, E. P.
HarrUon, tori. F. E. Perrin, 8. 8. Chiles and
| other*. ,
"J Abto, that tract of land on Hardlabor creek,
b* Two Hundred and Seventy-Seven Acres
in more or leas, bonnded Hr Mm P w?r?4?r.r.
of Mm F. E. Perrin and other*.
at 011to b*wUi u tne property of C.
?h W id email to wtfirfv the ftfaren*id execution
' end post*. Term* cauh.
. . v; J. F. C. DoPBE, ,
Dec 12, i88ft. Sheriff A. 0.
NOTICK is hereby given that in pursuance
of the provisions of an act
of the General Assembly of the Rtato of
SoHth Carolina, ei.titled "an act to charter
the Greenville and Port Royal Hail
Road Company,'' approved December
23d. 1882, an election will be held on
the 2d day of January, 1886, at the voting
precinct for Ninety-Six Township,
in the town of Ninety-Six, at which
election shall be submitted to the qualified
electors of said township, the
question whether or not the said township
shall subscribe the amount of five
per cent, of the assessed value for taxation
of the total property in said township
in interest bearing bonds of Ninct3r-Six
Township maturing in twenty
years, to the capital stock of the Greenville
and Port lloyal Railroad Company
according to the provisions of said act
and the amendmendments proposed
thereto by the bond of corporators of
said Railroad Company.
At said election those voting in favor
of said subscription, shall cast ballots,
having written- or printed thereon the
word "SUBSCRIPTION," and those
voting ajrainst said subscription shall
cast ballots having written or printed
thereon the words *'XO SUBSCJPTION.*'
The noils shall 1>p nnpnml of
8 o'clock, a. hi., and remain open until
5 o'clock, p. in., of said day, and upon
closing, the managers of Haid election
shall proceed ait once to count the votes
and shall return the same with their
statement and tally sheet, and the poll
list to the office of County Commissioners
for Abbeville County, on Monday
next succeeding said election.
A. S. Osborne, J. A. Moore, and G.
M. Anderson have been appointed Managers
to conduct said election according
to law and the provisions of the said
By resolution of the Board.
J AM liS A. McCORD.
Chair. Brd. Co. Com. Abb., Co.. S. C.
Notice to Schools.
THE public free schools of Abbeville
County for the scholastic year
188a-0 will nnon nn tl??? 51f?l Xfnn/lni. ;??
An examination of teachcrs, embracing
the usual branches, will be held on
the 1st Thursday and Friday in January,
1886, white and colored teachers respectively.
All certificates issued by the presen
Hoard of Examines or by their prede
cessors in office are hereby revoked
Certificates from adjouing Counties will
not be recognized.
We earnestly beg the hearty co-operation
of all who are iaterested in the
welfare of the schools. Respectfully,
Geo. C. Hodges,
J. C. Klugh,
Jno. A. Robinson,
County Board of Examiners.
Oct 21, '85.
gTATE OF HOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE,
Couht or ComtoM Puu.
Jameft H. Dunn vs. Alice A. Ferguson ei aL?
BY virtue of an jrdar e>t tale made in the
Eiwto ?iaivu caao, x wui oner ior saio at puoiic
outcry at Abbeville C. H., 8. C., <-n 8a!eday
in January, 1886, within the legal hours of
sale, the following described property, situate
in said Statu and oouuty. to wit. All that tract
or paroel of land containing
Two Hundred and Forty-Mae Acres
more or less, bounded by lands of T. J. Ellin,
W. C. Martin, Margaret E. Bimmona and others.
TERMS OF SALE?One-half cash, balance
on a credit of twelve months, with interest
from day of Hale, secured bv bond of the pur
ohaser and a mortgage of tbe premises. Pur
chaser to pay the Master for papers.
J. O. KLUGH.
Edwin Bates <Sr Co., and others against Young
By virtue of an Execution to me directed in
the above stated case, 1 will sell to the highest
bidder, at pnblic auction within the legal hours
of sale, at Abbeville oonrthouxe, on Monday the
4tb day of January, 1886, the following described
pro|<erty to wit: All that tract or parcel of
land, situate, lyiug and boing iu the county of
Abbeville, 8. O., and containing
Three hundred and SixtyFive
(less 9) Acres, j
more or less, and bounded by lands of J. F.
Cresswell, Estate W. JEL Bradley, and others.
Levied on and to be sold as the property of 8.
O. Young to satisfy the afuresaid Exeotlon and
costs. Sold at the riak of the former purchaser.
J. F. C. DoPRE,
Dec. 14, 1886. 8. A. C.
STATE OP SODTH GABOLIHA.
roiTRT r?ir mMxrrkM pi.tia
J. P. Smith, aefrignee, vs. Frances A. Gable.
By virtue of an order made in the above stated
on*?, I will offer for sale at publio outcry
at Abbeville courthouse, 8. O., on saleday in
January, 1886, within the legal bourn of *ale, <
the following described property, situate in
said State ana county, to wit:
All that traot or parcel of land containing
One Hundred and Fifty Acres,
more or leas, bounded by lands of N. T. Browa
Terms of Sale?Cash. Purchaser to pay the
Master for papers.
J. C. KLUGH,
A small amount invested in window
glass and prepared potty will make
your house much more comfortable for
-winter. Glass cut to fit any sash by
Speed &Xe?ff*r. '
MY large stock of Clothing for men, youths
ana boys for Fall ami Winter is the
largest and most complete assortment of garments
I have ever carried. I have the current
styles of one, two and three button
Cutaways in worsted, plain and fancy whipcord
in all the prevailing colors, such suits as
Double and Single breasted sqaure
cut, also with round corners. The make, fit,
and trimming of the garments are equal to
any custom made garment. Now if you desire
u tailor made suit Bend in your order
while the stock is fresh and the sizes are net
broken. For information I give you tho
directions as follows : For coat and vest give
breast measure and pants waist measure and
the inside seam of pants to the heel of shoe.
For children andboys ^ive their age,
wh'etheflafge or small at their age.
The boys and children's department are
full of choice suits for the little ones in all
styles, prices and quantities, knee pants
suits from"4 years to 1"* years and l< ng punts
suits from 12 years to 17 years. Youth's and
frnm 32 hronnf fn An inMw?o I nm a hi
with this stock to fit any ordinary size man
or an extra size for stout men. Gents
furnishing: goods 0f every description, also a ;
c nnplete line of neckwcar in all grades and
prices. An elegant line of soft and stiff hats
?f variety and style. The new full style
Broadway Silk Ilat and caasimerc. Now is
the time to send in your order which will receive
promp t attention if entrusted to iny
HL L. KINARD,
Sept. 30, '85. tf Coj.umbja, S. C.
Ouit FaCULTIKK AUK UxsrHPASSKD.
TTT^ J 1- * '
Wla tire jiru)iiirmi in conduct Dunnis ID a
most satisfactory manner. All modern
Undertakinjr Appliances. Competeut managcincut
And Full Line of
Which are Second to None.
We aim to be Prompt Considerate and
Ilearse furnished on Application.
Our Furniture Department
Is replete with an unusually fine line of
goods. Call and see us.
Greenwood, S. C.
The Music House of tie Sooth
REMOVES Ootober 1st, to Kahr'a Beautiful
Building, nearly opposite the Old Stand.
The superior advantage of this location
will be appresiated bv every one, and, with
increased facilities, 0. O. UOBIN'SON & CO.
will be enabled to furnish the Finst
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Manufactured at Lowest Possible Prices.
The Mnsic House of the Sooth
Guarantee to duplicate Prices in Northern
aUSali t/\ f Vk n *\ UMAltd nn nil fniti n?V< >
vst vi vjoy on * iu^ %f\j iuu uui i/iinoui ait uut^ui
and insurance, besides supplying Stool
and Cover. Shipped to any point in the
Musical Merchandise and Instruments of
Sheet Musie and Music Books.
The Latest Publications
Order^ filled on day of recenption.
Write for Catalogue, Prices, Discounts and
easy terms of pay most.
C. O. ROBINSON * CO.
846 Broad St., August*, Ga.
Got. 30, '86-tf 135
For Sale Cheap.
TWO TI8E WELT, FIXTURES. The best
water raising intention of the day.
Intaluable to farmers. A bargain. Apply
at this o ffiee.
tf. Aug. 12 1885. - 123.
Jeraoy Jackets, Jersey Jacket*, in all
aises. styles and colors, very cheap at
Bell & Galphin's.
R. M. HADDON & CO., J
INVITE the ladies to inspect their line I
PATTERNS, HATS, I
FEATHERS?, BIRDS, . |fl
and all the novelties of the season.
HDRSDAY 24th SEPTEMBERT.
R. M. HADDON & CO.
Wc have many Novelties to show our
friends this Bcason, that they will not find in
anv other llouso in this section.
Cull early it* you wish the most desirable
g?ods, many lines iu our stock cannot bo duplicated
on less than twenty-five per cent.,
Goods aroadvanciug, but as lone as our
stock lasts will sell at old prices.
Don't fail to call and see us, we have some
ruul bargains to offer in thelateBt novelties.
R. M. HADDoN & Co.
September 16, ft 131
n i t t minumTfi
ALL arc respectfully invited to invited
to inspect our stock of
We have now on sale & maenificient
HA T8, VEL VETS,
and a complete line of general millinery.
We would also call your attention to
our stock of
DRESS GOODS, J
PLAID STRIPES, AND
BROCADED and PLAIN
in all colors and prices.
Black and colored Cashmeres in all
grades with trimming to match.
New Markets, Circulars Arc., in. great
We have a(':Ied to our stock a beautiful
line of Ladies, Misses and Chil|
drens shoes. Very Respectfully,
BELL & GALPHIN.
Spnt lfi Iftftn. tf 132
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FIRST?It is good.
SECOND?It is pleasant.
THIRD?It is safe.
FOURTH?It does exactly what we claiua for
FIFTH?It is made by reliable parties.
SIXTH?It ha r no equal.
SEVENTH?It does not nauseate.
EIGHTH?It does not gripe.
NINTH?It will cure you.
TENTH?It is tho best Liver Medicine known,
and costs only Fifty Cents a Bottle.
Never Failing Prevention of Spring- .7,5]
WILL INVIGORATE THE SYSTEM.
Gives Tone to the Stomach.
Relieves Torpid Liver
and removes all excessive bile fVom tbe system
and impurities from the blood.
Has been tried by thousands in tha
four years and found worthy tbe commendation
m"B.V T*T? : - ^
H. H.. P. only SO cent* per Bottle.
BARRETT * KeMASTEB*
Wholesale and Retail Drngjriate, ' .
AngatU,0?, . ?ij
March 18-tl 58
^ALTER L. MILLER,
Attorney at Lew,
Abbeville, S. C. , '':A
Office formerly occupied by ''><;$fa
Judge Thomson. oct 21,*'86, 3tt J
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ebesp. Smith & Son. ^