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Entct?d at the poatoffice as 2od*cbus matter.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 188?.
vftacBirTlox $2 09
On Wednesday, 21st instant, Messrs.
Cunningham & Teuipleton dealers in
general merchandise made an assignment
to Walter L. Miller, Ksq., for the
benefit of all their creditors. The firm
has been known to be embarrassed for
ttoine time, and this action on their part
was not unlooked for. They have been
dealing with Messrs. A. J. Salinas &
Son, of Charleston, and to thein is due
the largest debt. This debt however is
not included or provided for in thedeed of i
assignment, as a settlement thereof had
previously been arranged between the
parties. The liabilities are set down at
&hnut?11()00 nnd the assets which consist
of notes and account*, and the
stock of merchandise, and some individual,
real and personal property
amount to ahout $ 14.000.
Mr. Miller has given notice to the
creditors, and called a meeting of them
for the 4th of February. ,
" . Messrs. Cunningham & Templeton <
have the sympathy of the public in their (
misfortune. They have acted perfectly
fairly and honorably and have given up
everything, including their individual
properly to their creditors. We hope '
they may soon see the way to resuming '
business, and that success may attend
their efforts. ?
The Globe Hotel. <
It is enough to say that Gen. J. W.
Gray, who is well known to many of i
our citizens, is at the head of this es- t
tablishment, to convincc every one that (
they will receive a true Carolina welcome,
when they stop with him. Polite.
courteous and gentlemanly he
makes e.very one and especially all
from this section of the State feel perfectly
at home. Be sure and stop with
him when visiting Augusta.
The second cold wave that was predicted
by the weather bureau came to
hand on Saturday. Sunday was a very
x cold and gloomy day. During a good
part of the day a fine rain or mist was
fallling, which froze and made icicles on
whatever it touched. The temperature
was below freezing point Yesterday
w*s no less disagreeable, though it
had become somewhat warmer. Tonight,
when we go to press it is warmer
?nd threatens rain.
It. R. Electiiou.
The rail .road election to determine
the question of "Subscptioa" or *'No
Subscription'* tojthu A G & \V K li was
held- on last Tuesday at Cukesbury for
that township and resulted' in favor of
the road by the- following vote :
Subscription - - - - 284
No Subscription - 182
Majority for Subscription - - 152
Petit Jury, February?Second Week.
1 II. J. Kinard, 1.
>3 T. W. Mars, 15.
3 P. A. Tribbie, 4. i
4 T. U, Uoweu. 6. f
5 W. L. Bowman, IS. i
, 6 H. Huruett, V.
7 W. R. McAdauia, 12. ?
8 Juuiea Fife, 7.
U . A. S Osborne, 1.
10 W.T: Speed, 14. 1
11 Foster WWright, ' 13. i
12 W. Henry Moore, 3. ,
13 J. A. Crawford, 2. ,
14 Jno. H. Nicktes, C.
12 J. H. Milfurd, 2.
16 J. H. Ellis, 2.
17 A. McNeill, 8,
18 William Wilson. 14. 1
1V> N. W. Kay, 5. .]
20 J. N. Alexander. 3.
21 It. F. McCaslao, 1.
22 J. F. Agnew, 4.
23 W. H. Maya, 8. .
24. L. R. Wilson. . 0.
25 J. H. Link, 10. I
2tf J. M. Richey, 10. 1
27 Daniel Thomas, 8. 1
28 .1. M. Latimer. Jr., 13.
2vf Julia E. Uldrick, 6.
30 J.M.White, 11. <
31 John Ly6n, 10. <
32 O, W. Andrews, 19. j
33 II. C. Moseley, 8. ;
34 p, A-. Covin, 15.
35 Jno. H. Davis, 7. 1
30 S. W. Cochran. C.
petit jury, february term, 1886.
> First Week.?8.0. Young, II. W. IJowio, (
F. Rogers, J. F. McClain, R. A. Crawford, J. i
ETajfgart, Marshall Kav, John McNeil!, James <
SteiHa, W. P. Anderson, S. W. Tliarp, I.. E.
Stevenson, .1. W. 1'eake, F. A. Cook, J. D
Fouche, John Harden, H. J. Power, J. R.
LeaveU, Jr., W. L. Anderson, Jr., W. F. Roderick,
F. M. Henderson, Lindsav Griffin, (col.) ,
W. T. RadclifT, Jno. H. Hell, ft. L. Erans, '
Jas. T. Hester, W. A. Lanier, N. P. McMcIl- '
wain, A. S. Drake, W. L. Miller, Rich Pas- I
chal, (col.) Harper Boyd, T. M. Jay, Joseph
Donnald, (col.) T.S.Andrews, 1>.'S. Jones.
OB AND JURY FOR 1886.
M. A. Cason, S. 8. McBride, J Wade Pinson, |
I< C. Haskell, J. B. Hampton, J. D. Watson,
J. P. Young, Joel S. Bailey, J. W. Jennings,
P. B. Speed, W. E. Barmorc, A. B. Wardlaw, 1
A. Watson, R. C. Brownlee, Sen., J. A. Milling,
Joel W. Lites,Thos. W. Nickels, H. M.
What can be Done.
By trying again and keeping up courage
many things seemingly impossidle may be
attained. Hundreds of bopless oases of
Kidney and Liver Complaint liars been cured
by Electric Bitters, after everything else hsd
been tried in vain. So, don't, think there is
no cure for you, but try Electric Bitters.
There is no medietas safe, so pure, -nd so
peneci m mooa runner. ciiectrtc Hitters
will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and
all Disease* of the Kidneys.. Invaluable
in affections of the Stomach and
Liver, and overcome all ITrisaary Difficulties.
Large Bottles only SO cts. at Cotrban k
Mill is in town again. He makes as
good a picture ss any of them. *
Linen collars in st all atvles from
6 cents to 2$jfeents at Bell & ttalphin's.
Col. P. A. Conner :h ?n Charleston.
Capt. W. D. Mars was in townyeste
We have had Rome days of beautifi
Capt. J. T. Youngblood. one of tti
leading men of Troy, was in town lai
Judge J. F. Lyon and Mr. J. P. Mtllf
who went to Charleston last Monday
returned on Thursday.
We learn that the station on the Si
vai.nah Valley Itailroad at Capt. S. <]
Hester's will be called Holly Grove.
W. C. Benet, Esq., went to Charlesto
on Mondav. He will return to-inoi
Mr. G. L. Conner, of Cokesbury, h*
gone to Ravenswood, Flu. We don
know how long he will be gone.
The Upper Long Cane Society wil
meet at Long Cane Church next Frida
at 11 o'clock a. m.
We had the pleasure of meeting th
handsome J. C. Garlington, of the Lau
lensville Advertiser, on a recent trip t
It is thought by many that the train
on the A. K. U. R., go too fast fo
safety, owing to the unsettled conditio
?f the track.
Messrs. Speed & Ncuffer will occup
both sides of the store they are in
ind are having it fixed up to sui
A handsome four light chandelier fo
jale, the very thing for dining hall o
church. Will sell for less, than N. Y
:ost. Speed & Neufler.
Frank Cunningham haw an advertise
nent in this paper which is as at
ractive as his well kept saloon. Don'
ail to read it.
Walter L* Miller. Ksq., Assignee o
Cunningham Ac Temple ton calls on al
hose indebted to thfc said fir.n to com
lp and pa}'.
AUCIU Wilt UC uaviiltl^ HI* k 7111 I vMI
Vbheville Circuit, on the fifth Sunda;
n January, at II a. in. S. J. Dethea
Mt. Carinel has elected its Council
jut we have not heard who they were
A'e wish we had a good corresponded
rotn that growing town.
Messrs. Speed & Neuffer are going t
Ix up thoir Drug Store handsomely an<
!onvenientlj\ These gentlemen ar
loinga thriving business.
Sheriff I)uPre killed a Jersey Re
log last, week that weighed net 5i5 lbs
Mr. Dul're is much pleased with his ex
icriments with this breed of hogs.
Mr. A. J. Sproles lias opened hi
business at Newberry. Our friends a
Newberry will find Mr. Sproles ver
jfficient and in all respccts reliable.
The creditor's of QuarPes .& Thonta
leld a meeting yesterday, only a fei
tvere present. They elected Mr. A. \V
Smith, Assignee, to be the agent of th
Mr. Ge?>. White has the subscriptioi
list in aid of Long Cane Cemetery. At
'..ntinn lk.> ?>Pi?<r nf ?l ..
.viiiivn iu vuu viijr ui n.u l/VJftt Ifi
eligious duty. Let all aid in this gooi
Mr. J. L. Simpson who is always wol
lp on every n*w device connected witl
lewing machines, is the agent for th
Praley Quilting Frame. Read his "ad1
ind see what it is:
Don't forget to call on Messrs. J. ?
Hammond and A. W. Smith when yoi
iro in.need of Guanos Thev handl
ill of the best brands and will sell 01
:erm? to suit you.
Married on the 14th January 188G, n
:he store of Sherard & I<eHoy, Lowndes
kilie, S. C.. Mr. Nathaniel AUen to Mis
Mary Speer, by J. B. Lelloy, "Xotar
Public, all of Lowndesville township.
Capt. J. T. Parks, County Auditor, i
>n his rounds making assessments c
property, lie went to Verdery yester
lay and will be at other points o
the A. & K. Road this week.
The attachments that were issued u[
:>n the stock of goods of Quarle
& Thomas have been disHolvet
ind the Assignee is in possession. H
is going to close the business proinptl,
ind speedily, Look out for his "ads.
Dr. H. D. Wilson, happened to b
r>ne of the passengers on the A. & K. I
R? when the smash>up just beloi
Greenwood occurred. No damage wa
lone, but it is said the Doctor took th
Capt. J. E. Bradley and Mr. W. 1
Bradley were in town last week. Cap
Bradley has roadn a faithful and efficier
member of the House of Representative
ind the poople will want him to ser*
Mr. Robert Adams gave in the Coui
House on Wednesday night an exhib
tionj of his elocutionary powers an
training. The audience was a fair om
and they seem to have been please
with the entertainment. We were n<
able to be present.
The Commissioner of Agriculture hi
appointed Mr. H. F. Fuller, of Coronac
tv "try, in this County, the cxperimei
of raising tobacco. Mr. Fuller is a su<
cessful farmer, aud if thore is a reasoi
able ground for success he will achici
If the Council would put a lamp i
the open space in front of Mrs. 5?o
wood's gate it would give light to fh
streets and be of great assistance to a
tcnd&nts at the Presbyterian Churc
On Hirlr nifrVitu it tlmnil
aible to keep out of the mud on th
Ride of town despito the efforts of M
Kirby to keep the walks in good coi
All persons who have any of tl
books and papers belonging to tl
Literary Club are requested to retui
them. The nev books have come, ai
it is proposed to sell the old on?
Therefore it is desired that all of the
be sent in.
: " ti 1 V
Notice to druggists and storekeepers. li
I guarantee Shriner's Indian Vermifuge il
to destroy and expel worms from the v
r. human body, where they exist, if used
according to directions. You are
authorized to sell it on the above conditionB.
David ?. Foutz, Proprietor,
Baltimore, Md. *
Messrs. R. M. Uaddon & Co. have g
it moved into the store recently occupied
by Miller Bros., who now occupy
>r Roger's old stand. Messrs. Had<Jon & ?
, Co. have changed the interior of the e'
store and will soon have it blossoming r<
like a rose. Mr. Tus'en occupies his
I* place at one of their windows. p
Messrs. Bell & Omlphin have moved c'
into the store recently occupied by
n R. M. Haddon, and have fixed it up S
"* very nicely. When their new goods n
come on they will let the public know
lS it for they always advertise. Mr. H. D. n
Reese has rented a place in their store ai
for his watch making and repairing. u
II A meeting of those who have taken
t . 1 i I 1 ? ?* ! 1? __ 1 U
v snares in me Aooevuie ouiiuing iinn "
Loan Association is hereby called at the
office of Messrs. Cason & Bonham. for F
e 5 o'clock Thursday evening. The ineet'
ing is called for organizing the associa- pj
? tion ; all r.'ho have subscribed are requested
to be present as also any who ja
s desire to take shares.
r The Literary Club will meet on Frin
day night of this week at the residence
of Judge McGowan. Mr. Lee will read R1
y an essay on "The Common Law." This
is the paper whicn Mr. Lee read before b
it the State Bar Association and which in
was so highly spoken of by those who
heard it; several persons saying it was ol
T the ablest paper read on that occcasion. ac
r It will be reproduced before the Literary
Club by request, and will be of profound
interest not alone to those mem
bers who are lawyers, but to laymen as
Wonderful Cares. m
'? W. L>. Hovt A Uo , Wholesale and Ketail
1 Druggists of Rome, Oa,, say : We bare been
e selling Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric
Bitters and Buck fen's Arnica Salve for two
' years. Have never bandied remedies that sell P
as well, or give such universal satisfaction. jn
J There have been some wonderful cures effected
' by these medicines in this city. Several cas.es
l' oi' pronounced Consumption bare been entirely A
cured by use of a few Dottles of Dr, King's nj
New Discovery, taken in connection with
l? Electric Bitters. We guarantee them always.
>. Sold by Cothrau an <fc i'crrin th
' Troy Dots.
JJ Mr. G. C. Bradley and I)r. W. P. Ad
dison attended the railroad meeting in
c Aiken. Nothing definite watt done. j.
There will be a meeting in Greenwood
d the latter part of February at which a|
, time it in earnestly hoped some plan
mny be devised to commence operation
at once. tii
Farmers report the oat and wheat d
* crops badly damaged by the recent cold
^ Already applications are being made- h
to "be run'? during the year. We can- rj)
s not saythfci the outlook is very encdur-- V
v aging for cither farmer or merchant. o|
Rev. Mr. Chandler filled the pulpit in jj
0 the Methodist church on third Sunday,
He is a young man of intellectual abili
n ty, and has won already the high esteem .
^ and love of his congregation. We J
a would be glad to have him locate in our .
ilev. H. C. Smart and family arrived h,
11 in town on Wednesday. We welcome
^ them in our midst.
e Professor Pyles and brother opened ct
>? school in the academy on Monday laRt, j,;
under the most glowing auspices. We
, feel confident under the management of
' Prof. Pyles, a large and flourishing n
u school will be established here. We n
wish them all the success imaginable.
Messrs. J. F. Wideinan & Co., now "
occupy the brick store formerly occu- ^
t pied by Messrs. Bradley Brothers.
l* Mr. T. A. Robertson having purchass
ed the slock of goods belonging to n
y Bradley Brothers and Dendy & Lites. c<
can now be found at Dendy & Lites's "
s store, with a full lino of general iner- ?
if chandise. (
Mr. W. J. Gaines, the efficient travel- t(
n lin agent and correspondent of the Au- a,
gusla Chronicle paid us a flying visit
>- last week* ^
* Cajt, J, T. Youngblood lias gold his c|
1, stock of goods at Bradley, to Mr. J. H. tf
e Youngblood who will continue the bu- jr
y siness at thu same place. sJ
Mr. Wallace, of Augusta, accompani- H
e ed by two friends, arrived in town on ti
t. -Wednesday evening, for the purpose of h:
<v partridge hunting and from the number
of guns, dogs, ?fcc., on hand, we must
e think they anticipated a huge time. On *
Thursday morning thoy embarked Vith
[\ our champion shot, Mr. F. A. Cook, and
t. returned in the evening, feeling very
it weary, and with only a few birds. Come *'
again. Augusta friends, we will promise
e you a lot of fun, if not many birds. s
Mrs. K. W. Lite*, we are exceediaely
rt glad to chronicle, in better, and hopes j
i- are now entertained for her speedy re- y
id covery. .? ^
c. Miss Hester spent several days in g
^ Troy with friends. She was returning a
>t from Greenwood to her home near Calhoun's
is We want to see every man, woman
** and child in Abbeville county, that is in ^
it any way interested in the building of b
> the grand trunk line from the sea board I
to tne mountains at Greenwood on 23rd jj
ru of February, and we do earnestly think ?
while our town and surrounding coun- 9
at try could not snare the money to go to
r- A>kep, they should suspend business ?'
ro for ono day and go to Greenwood. *
I- Show by your presence that your whole j
h. soul is in the work, and will do' all in r
s- your power to make it a grand success,
at Morb Avon.
n- Ureenwood Cinders. \
Yes, some guano has arrived, and we (
hope for the sake of those who don't a
l? fertilise that it will be carried away
sw. We had the pleasure of hearing; Prof,
m Adams, the elocutionist, on Monday
nipht Ho is young in his professional c
ife but shows marked adaptability for
t. He manifests much interest in his
Mr. T. N. Parks and wife hate been
n a vit?it home.
"X. Y." of the Press and Banner,
*ks why is the pen of L." of the
Ibssenobr silent ? We are just now
etling over Christmas.
Mr. Self, brother of Ifrs. Durst, died
n iK? oo.i r. ?
? ?mv ?*m\v iiiniuui is vs m iiijiki irn irvci "
(1 while skating on the ice during the
Sprolos & Brother have dissolved
artnership. Mr. J. W. Sproles will
ontinue the business.
Mr. J. K. Durst was thrown from a
ig a few days ago while turning a corer
too rapidly. He now uses a crutch,
Greenwood is enthusiastic over a new
lilroad from Udgefield, via Kirkseys.
nd Phoenix to Greenwood. We are a
nit on railroads.
The voice of the wrought iron stove
'agon is now heard in the land.
The Cantnta was hy request repeated
Mr. Cunningham, of the Liifhf, occuies
the Plowden house.
Trains on the A. & K. 11. It. were delyed
by a run oil' near Parksville.
Dr. Parks is still quite siok.
Greenwood needs a good police force
id tire department.
Our friend, Mr. J. W. Payne has
ought a fine horse. Something is goig
to happen sure.
' Traveller" the former correspondent
r the Light is attending Prof. Boozer's
E. S. F. Giles Esq., has retired from
le editorial management of the Light.
Dae West Dots.
One of the little boys savs "it's
Mr. Pat Henry killed a fine wild tur;y
Capt. F. W. II. Nance enjoyed the
hilomathean celebration Friday even's
We noticed Mr. Poe and Mr. A1 Mcdatns
among the audience Friday
The late oats crop is killed. Soin ? of
le older wheat will not be seriously
Dr. Henry is prognosticating over his
lilroad to Due West. We have generusly
promised to do the "gass work"
>r the public for him. Doctor proniptr
accepted. Now if you shortly see
irt being thrown and cross ties going
long, don't be surprised.
Mr. Walter Ellis has the right for
lling Terrace Levels. He hus terrac1
the field in front of Mr. J. G. Mcill's
"free gratis," as a sample.
Capt, Parks was with us on Friday
id Saturday assessing. Friday night
e took in the Semi?Annual Celebration
he Marshall found him a nice seat. i.t f
Prof. WkikTns, the popular teacher of
iir sister village, Donald's, took in the
torary treat Friday night Mr. Watins
is a graduate.of Furman.
The bridge at Mattox Mills has not
L>en let out yet as stated in these dots,
[r. W. T. Cowan informs us that it has
i?en advertised as dangerous, and toother
with the Laurens commissioners,
i> will let it out shortly to the lowest
The string band furnished most exillent
inusic at the celebration. It was
Mr. John F. Calhoun is getting along
icely in hi* new quarters at the Phoeix
Mr. Ira McDavid has secured a school
t Ninety-Six. He was recommended
y School Commissioner Hodges. Mr.
[cDavid is a nice gentleman.
llev. Dr. Davis, missionary from Chia,
gave an interesting lecture on that
^untry in church last week. He had a
umber of Chinese curiosities and uiaps.
model of the Chinese woman's foot,
aving*been tightly bandaged, was passfl
through the audience and elicited as
>nishment. A collection wan taken up
mounting to about ten dollars.
Our colored people arc returning
om Arkansas. Some time back "Unlo
Harry Hawthorn" returned from
lere and brought back most discouragig
reports, Uncle Harry lay in the
Lraw pens from the bush whackers,
[is son was killed. Sloan Chiles reirned
from there on Saturday, his wife
aving sent him a ticket.
The Semi-annual Celebration of the
hiloinathean Society occurred last
riday evening. Tho weather was most
ropitious and a lovely evening it was.
he hall was jammed with a splendid
udience and many could not get seats,
'he young men conducted themselves
uperbly and handsomely rendered their
sspectivo parts. We were particularly
truck by one or two sppechep on the
ebate. The query as decided was that
oung men should be chary of politics.
lII of the gallants were out witn their
iris and it was a lovely evening generlly.
K. S. G.
J. J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knoxville,
or.n., writes: "My family and I are
eneflciaries of your most excellent medicine,
>r. King's New Discovery for consumption;
aving found it to be all that you claim for it,
esire to testify to its virtue. My friends to
'horn I have recommened it, praUc it at evrv
I)r. King's New Disoovery for Consumption
(guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds, Bronchiis,
Asthma, Croup and every affeotion ol
L ?. VI -a /ilJ.A ? - w ? ?
uc iiinui) VIICBI. IDU "1T1BI
lotUeR Free at Drug 8tre of Cotrhan & Perin.
Large Rice $1.00.
Weak and delicate female* will find
Westmoreland's Calisnya Tonic, the
?est strengthening and invigorating ton*
c on the market. Be sure and trj it
3et the genuine from Speed & Neuffei
X $1 per bottle.
8eo Bell A Galphin's black cash inert
>olore buying a nice black dress.
Dress flannels in all colors just retired
at Bell St Galphin's.
- rv' ' * . .
v- . ^
<3* oods ot
at Cost and Below Cost
Fqr the next two weeks. i
wilo sell the entire
Assigned Stock of the
Late Firm of
AT COST ASD BELOW COST
Great Bargains may be
Come note or not at all.
THE GOODS MUST GO.
A. W. SMITH,
Jan. 26, 1886. tf.
Cheap Goods, lrat Credit
THOSE wishing to get the worth of their
money, for this rear, will find it to their
advantage to trade at this well-known establishment,
as no paiDS will be spared to keep
on hands Finest Grades and Qualities of all
kinds of WINES, LIQUORS, BRANDIES,
CIGARS and TOBACCOS.
You who pav Cash are specially invited
and gu *ranteed to receive kind and prompt
attention, together with best goods.
Gentlemen can at any time find pleasant
amusement in a game of BILLIAKDS or
FOOL, at a reasonable charge.
Jan. 26, '86 tf SOLE PROPRIETOR.
Debtors and Creditors of
Cunningham & Templeton.
. - 12 WO
r. 14 , 893
16 v 1?00
: 10 .v>-..;.n'.vA4?t
Section 1002 of the the SehooV Lawypro ides
that the School Commisafoaer* "Blwll
i annually, on the first day of February., or as
1 aoon aa practicable thereafter, apportion the
> inconeof the County School Fttod among the
> aereral School Diatrfqta of hie oounty, in proCirtion
to the average tin an be r of pupils, atnding
tbe Free ?oblk> School a in each District."
CEO. C. HODGES,
Jan 20, *80 tf School Com. Abb. County.
~ i jiii
' J uat received another lot'tof 86 ineb
ohashmere, in all colon at ;il6 cent*.
. See it before baying t colored drew.
Bell db Qalphin.
ALL persons indebted to the firm of
CUNNINGHAM & TEMPLETON,
Merchants at Abbeville, are notified
that they must make immediate payment
to the undersigned. A meeting of
the CREDITORS is called at this place,
(Abbeville, C. H.,) Thursday, the 4th
day of February, next.
WALTER L. MILLER,
Jan. 2G, '86. 2t Assignee.
J. L. SIMPSON, AGENT FOB
Fraley Quilting Frame.
THE ouly thoroughly practical invention
fur making QU'LTS and COMFORTABLES
oa the Sewing Machine. Works
equally well on all the different makes of Machines,
and does all manner o! Quilting. Onlr
takes two hours to make a Comfortable,
and three to four hours to make a Quilt.
Will make Quilts and Comfortables 6f any
size. With this QUILTING FRAME quilting
is done with less effort on the part of the
operator than any other sewing within the
range of the Sewing Machine, ft works like
a charm. Examine it, and see for yourself.
No family Sewing Machine is comple without
this attachment. Retail price only $7.50
Jan., 28, '86. tf J. L. SlMPSON.
APPORTIONMENT OF THE
PUBLIC SCHOOL FUND
rpHE following is the amount of money at
.L the disposal of the Boards of Trustees
of the several School Districts in Abbeville
County, for tbe year 1886 :
(The amount apportioned to some of the
districts includes ths surplus to their credit
created during tbe year 1886.)
* a 1260
6 -. 960
A ?? * "
I I -#f I
THE contract for building ?. imw fctidge '
Herons Little River at f)ariu*t?*tfjiyJJpMK
ville Township will be let to the tartrate responsible
bidder on Tuesday, l&th of ftrfcrv
nrv, 1886, at 11 o'clock, a. m. STpecf&cattoa*
made known on dor of letting.
W. T. COWJk9f
Jan 25, '86. tf County CommittfoM*.
ALL Pontons having claims Against
the late firm of
QUARLES & THOMAS,
will please present them to
A W. SMITH, Assignee.
Jan. 26, 1886. tf
The county auditor hereby
gives notice that ALL RETURNS
REAL AND PERSONAL RROPERTY
subject to taxation, also, ALL
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE
made since the 1st of May, 1884, will
bo received at the following places on
the days designated below, viz :
Ninety-Six?11th, 12th and 13th January,
Greenwood?14th, 15th and 10th Jan* i
H-odges?18th and 19th January, 1886.
Donnaldsville?20th and 21st January.
Due West?22nd and 23rd January.
Verdery?25th and 26th January.
Bradley?27th and 28th January, 1886.
Troy?29th and 30rh January, *1886.
McCormick?1st and 2nd February
Bordeaux?3rd February, 1886.
Mt. Carmel?5th and 6th February,
Hester's?8th February, 1886.
.Grave's Depot?9th February, 1886.
Antreville?10th and 11th February,
Lowndesville?12th and 13th February.
Mountain View?15th February, 1886.
Gilgal Church?16th February, 18^6.
Cedar Springs?17th February, 1886.
Abbeville C. H.?1st January to 1st
The law imposes a penalty of twentyfivc
per cent, on all Real Estate and
fifty per cent, on nil Personalty not returned
on or before the 1st Mach, 1886.
J. T. PARKS,
Dec. 1, 1885. ''
C. E. BRUCE,
- KUKZ'S OLD STAXJD,
Boot and Shoe Maker
FIRST-CLASS work made and repaired at
ahort notice. All kjnds of work mad*.
Ladies and Gents Kid Top Gaitora and Ladiet
Button Gaitors. All work guaranteed.
Best French Calf and Kid used. Term*?
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Thomas McGettigan, of the old reliable
Palmetto Saloon, invites his many
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week. The Palmetto 8a loon in well
stocked with ft rut-clans refreshments.
Watohn, Clodta aad Jewelry.
Mr. H. D. Rbksk, of Abbeville, ia prepared
to do all manner of repairing of Watebes,
Clocks and Jewelry, aad will pay alt eapreaa '&>
charges on work sent to him from atationa on .> : *
the C. end G. road. He alwava keepa iastock
a handsome line of Jewelry and Plated War*
at moderate prices. Bead in roar ordero.
Address, H. 1). Rllllr Abbeville. S. C.
Bneklei'i Aniiea Salve.
The beat salve in the world for Cota* Bimiaes,
Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rbeam* Fever'8erae,
Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblalaa. Corma,
and all Skin Eruptions, and positively ram
Files, or no pay required. It iajpiaraateed
to give perfect satisfaction, or bomj refunded.
Price 35 cents per box. For sale by
Cotbran k Perrin. 114
Kv err body bear in mind tbat we ar#
Mill offering almost ewr entire lino of
millinery at and below cost, determined
to reduce our stock before the 1st January.
R. X. Haddon * Co.
Swift's Specific, 8. 8. 8., *oWt in the
dry form, by Speed 6 Ntnfftr.
If you wish to bar a traak w isKim* I*
the store of White Brother*. '
At New York Coat?Fine ribteK
neck wear Mtcn it price* that trill sad
them at R, M. Haddoa & Co*!
Jferaey Jacket*, Jersey Jacketa, i? all
M; dtylM Ml ??!?% t?y cheap at
Bell * GalpMa's.
See thorn ,4dog-collar*" for ladieaa
Bell * GalpMn'a.