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M. L. BONHAM.Jit., ) EDITOHH AND
JAS. S. I'ERRIX, f PHOPKIKTOUS,
TUESDAY. May 11, 1886.
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\ Jim Bryan is whitewashing the jail.
! Col. Eugene H. Gary goes to Charles'
ton to-day on important legal busiiV
Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Smith returned
on .Saturday from the Savannah Centenni(A.
There is an important notice to teachers
in another column concerning examinations.
L Mrs. S. J. llethea, who lias been quite
nick for some time with typhoid-pneumonia,
we are glad to report is much
The boll of the Abbeville German
Olub comes of to-night, and we have no
doubt our young people will have a
Very interesting services were conducted
at the Catholic Church Sunday
by Father Monoghan. A good congregation
The Abbeville Farmers' Club' will
meet in the Court House on Saturday at
2^ o'clock v. m. Hy order of the club,
i G. C. Dcskxhuiiby,
Mr. and Mrs. M. I\ DnHruhl left for
Angusta on yesterday. Mr. DeHruhl
goes from thence to Charleston in attendance
upon the the United States Circuit
The pupils of the High School had a
picnic on last Friday at Morton's Mill, j
The weather was rather inclement, but
we understand thoy had a pleasant day,
y nevertheless. >
We hear that the Dry Grove merchants
are contemplating the advisability
of closing their stores at six o'clock.
We think it a good scheme and advise
them to adopt it.
* Ml. James McMillan returned on
Saturday from the Land of Flowers,
where he has been since the beginning
of the year. He says he likes the country
but not the people.
Isaac Wardlaw, colored, who is in jail
charged with larceny of live stock has
gone crazy, we suppose from romorse of
conscience. He has not eaten or drank
anything for six days and is thought to
be in a right bad fix.
The Methodist Church was closed
last Sunday on account of the absence
of Rev. S. A. Weber, who is attending
the General Conference in Richmond.
Va. We understand that Mr. Weber
will be absent two weeks yet.
'PI... ?r llw. CI I.
m in, liiuivn VI tin; V/IIUJ UII
propose* to have on to-morrow evening
at tiiu New Hotel, a*^i;i|d.p. Tea. It isj ,
(given in behalf of a worthy cause anYf1 J
deserves the liberal patronage of our
people. They never undertake anything
L that they do not do handsomely and we (
[ prodict that they will make a grand success
of their Mikado Tea.
Coroner Shillito went up to Ifr. T. L.
if- Haddon's on last Thursday to hol?l an
inquest over the dead body Joe. Cunninghnm.
The verdict of the jury was
that "decased came to his deHth from a
blow inflicted on the head by a wagon
Spoke in the hands of Ciusar Thomas."
/rue latter is in jail awaiting trial at the '
June term of the Court.
Miss Ollie Thwtnpson, who has been [
giving dancing lessons for the past two
Ill mths in Abbeville, closoil her session 1
o i Saturday of lust week. At the last' '
tnoetiny of hor afternoon class, she sur- *
p -ised them and lew of their friends,
with a nice troat in the shape of straw- *
b jrries, cake, lei?onade, candies, nuts I
vc. Miss Thompson is a very efficient '
t -acher. and has pjiven entire satisfaction *
t? her many patrons in Abbeville. She '
leaves with their best wishes and hearty
recommendation to any who may want t
lier services. I
For Selicol Commissioner. *
The many friends of Capt. E. Cowan, "
of the Savannah side, place him in nomi- t
nation, for School Commissioner, sub- K
ject to the action of the Democracy ut ^
the primaries. ^
Iliickleii's Arnica Salve. 1
The best salve in the world for Outs, Ilruis- 0
es, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hhenm, Fever Sores, a
Tetter, 0happed Hum's, Chilbains, Corns, c
tnd 9II Skin Eruptions, and positively cures, [
Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed 1
to give perfect satisfaction, or money refundop.
Price 25 cents pes box. For sale pv '
T. O. l'errin " c
Don't. supi>ose if you have that pain through t
the right aide and shoulder blade, that yellow- 8
ness of skin and whites of the eves, and j
urred appeayince of the tongue, that these
indications arc of little account, or will depart s
by themselves; much batter take I>r. J. II. ?
McLean's Homoeopathic Liver and Kidncv \
Pellets and remedy the trouble. 25c. per vial,
iv for sale by all druggists. ^
Alabastine,a natural material Tor fin- *
tailing walls, ceilit?u>. i-ohjcIi plaster. |
new smooth sand finish, a soiled hard ^
fiuish. painted walls, wood ceilings, wall
paper, brick, rough boards, canvas, etc. *
Superior to and cheaper than Kalsomine.
Keadv for use by adding hot water. Can j
bo mixed by any one. Any houso- ^
stepper can apply it without the aid ef ^
skilled labor. For sale only at T. C _
Porrin's Drug Store,
Larje lino ladies and misses opera 1
slippers at Haddon's. / * f
Our now kid button boots for ladies f
and misses are fast becoming the most f
Latest New York fashions in milli 'J
ery record this week at Haddon's. *
We carry an extensive stock of hat n
, . And bonnet frames and can tnako one j
short notfc? almost any shape hat or
\ bonnet you may desire at lowest aolo rJ
prices. Haddon. t
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Xinety-Stx or a c sempre !
We had refreshing rains last week and
our housekeepers are smiling, particularly
those who know that through the
stomach they will keep up the affection
of their Lord's master. Yes our gardens
Our town council although losing their
, head by the resignation of Mr. Pratt,
Intendant, issued another appeal of the
"indict of Nantes" so to speak in a
About seven of our juvenile tribe,
with our grand old blacksmith John
King were arrested by order of the town
I council for throwing ball on the streets.
I The trial took place last week but all
! prisoners escaped with a reprimand.
Clreat minds always will attend to the
Quite a sensation was created by the
news among our citizens that the charter
of Xinety-Six was out of date. We
hope some one has put it in date by this
time. Anarchy at the very best is a bad
We had actually a show in town last
week at the Academy exhibited by a
i travelling artist. Xow we know all
about.!erusalem and the adjacent country
Further we received the advice that boys i
ought not to wear brass rings neither i
girls brass bracelets to decieve their respective
lovers. All for ten cents. Now j
we know the reason we never succeeded"
well with the girls?"Too much ,
Mr. W. (t. Ross our bachelor friend '
aner rtiinigating in the Mountain l)is- <
triots for the last twelve months came
down to the plains with his well-boring t
apparatus. Three years ago he bored ,
lor Dr. Wenck the best well in town and
hope he done it again as he operated for
the second time on another place. Call j
on him if you want a good well. Such t
as Mr. Boss are an acquisition to any
town or or city.
achergesellpnherbergsvater," is one of
the short words in tin? Gorman lingo.
All those who are about to master language?aud
I hear it is now fashionable
to say uwie goht's"?let them consider v
ami beware. s
The narrow gauge road to be graded "
from Ninety-Six to Edgefield Court
House has been let out to Messrs. Alex
Stuart iCfc Co., to be completed in ninety o
Mrs. Cason widow of our late esteem- h
ed friend and Brother J. F. Cason is in "j
town visiting her numerous friends. ,s
We give her a hearty welcome. '
The following have express packages ..
in the express office : J; 1'. Brooks, J.
\V. Haltiwanger, Miss Florence Camp- 01
bell. T. T. Beacham. a!
The following have unclaimed letters \>
at the postotlice : Albert Boozer, Tuck- w
en-C bander, J. 11. Clenn, Aner Johnson, tl
Bobt. .lonos. ITonrv Smith
* The case in the court of our polite and li
learned Trial Justice T. L. Moore of Mrs
Altu Fooshe vs. #J. A. Moore, stood a fii
third-trial last..week. The jury found of
lor the plaintiff the worth of the door m
which sold for three dollars. J. A. ta
Moore has taken an appeal to the upper 01
:ourt. "O. tempora ! (J, mores /" s'j
Bradley Bits. ^
Quite a large crowd attended the \Y
stockholders meeting in Augusta, of the to
& K. railroad. 11
Mr. \V. 0. Bradley and family spent
several days with <_?en'l 1\ 11. Bradley,
last week. vi
Mr. Widlev and family of Lenoir, X. ^
j are spending some time with Mr. i). a'!
W. Jay. Mrs. Widlev is a sister of Mr.
lay and it has been fifteen years since a
die moved from this place. They will co
i.iu iijicim auiuu lllllt' III 1 I'OJ'. tt'l
Mr. T. M. l)endy of Troy, who owns
i plantation near here, has been getting
jarrel htaves for an Augusta store. He
las a car loud now and will make a
shipment in a few days. We wish him
nueh success in his new enterprise.
The Heading club met on Friday
evening at the beautiful fesidonce of fslj
)r. .1. 1). Neel. Reading by Miss Bessie th
iountrblood, recitation by Miss Kinma
S'eel. reading by Mess. Lewis Harrison w<
ind A. G. Youngblood. I'luce of next do
neeting, Capt. K. II. Youngblood. An \
(lection for officers took pluce and re;ulted
as follows. President Mr. J. H. C?
Whiles, Jr., Vice-President Miss Josie Mi
Whiles, Secretary and Treasurer Miss un
Jessie Cothran, Critics Messrs. George
\ Neel and A. G. Youngblood. The to^
:lub will give a picnic on Hard Labor 1
it Winterseat Bridge on Friday next, bo
svery one invited to attend and bring a 1
Jasket. We are beg to extend to lai
-)r. Neel and his lovely daughters our un
hanks for their hospitality on that ocasion.
Mr N 0 Pyles of Troy passed through
own on Friday. We think there must b? ex
ome attraction up this way for hiiu. As
ic failed to procuro a convpvjirwu Hu vn
tarted off on foot and in the rain, lie 4,0
urely must have a true heart and we ro1
mb him much success. *
Your correspondent took a flying trip kii
o Troy on Friday to witness the base foi
>all game. Greenwood vs. Troy, the oc<
;ame was called at 8 o'clock with J. W. ph
jyon as umpire. F. A. Cook scorer. 'n(
iuite a large crowd Rathered to see the
;amo. The game was broken up sever- be
kl times by the rain. Greenwood playid
nino innings and Troy played eight
nnings and the game was called, Troy dri
11, Greenwood 7. The next game will v'(
>e played at Greenwood on Thursday
ltev. U. F. Bradley having procured Al
he services of two printer#, the
I'mhti Singer will soon put in it ap- en
The meeting of the Associate lie- t'0
brined Presbyterians on Friday. Satur- do
lay and Sunday was largely attended. RJ)
L'he house was packed on Sunday, sev- *'i;
tral visiting ministers present and m<
>reached somo able sermons. The ?f
inging led by Mr. G. C. Bradley was
lerl'eclly grind. fo>
Mr. VV. G. Calhoun has moved to
Troy and can be found in the Drug off
itore of Dr. L. W. Sbeppard. N.
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Dne West Dots.
Potatoes are simmering.
Due Westers were plentiful in Abbeville
Abbevillo made a fine showing of her
live stock resources.
Mr. Clifford Mooro is improving his
Mrs. Anna Brice has a neat wire fence ]
put up along her lot. 1
Hurrah, for Home Rule ! We hope ]
it may succeed. Gladstone is a grand <
old statesman. One of our distinguish- ]
ed citizens says he would follow him ,
like Stonewall's soldiers "with his eyes
The College uniform will be very j
pretty this year. Black skirts with t
cream waists and white Leghorn hats, t
The latter is a great improvement o;>
The choir is practicing up on anthems (
for the Theological commencement that r
occurs last of May. I
Wo learn through a private member I
here of the election of Capt. M. L. Bon- *
havn as Grand Dictator of the K. of 11.
of South Carolina. A worthy selection, v
Capt. lion ham is now in Providence K. >
I. attending National meeting of this or- t
Joe Cunningham has taken a relapse \
ind it is expected that he will die. lie I
mid .gotten up and was going about,
i'here is a suspicion that he has had an- v
jther fight. R
Mr. \V. C. Iladdon and wife went up 11
o Anderson last Saturday to visit their J
Farmers here are ploughing up their
larly planted cotton and planting cotton, j?
t is so cold that it does no good coining
hrough the ground. m
The Missionary Society held its meetnir
Wednesday evening. Drs. Boyce, ll(
Irier and Rev. W. L. Presaly made re- j,
naiks of an interesting nature. at
The Teacher's Institute will be held tJ
ere on the second week in July. This e,
rill suit all parties and School Comiuisioner
Hodges is making complete urangmenu
for a nice tiling of it. Come
tie come all.
Mrs. C'litl'ord Moore has the finest
nrdeii of cabbage we have seen. ^
Capt. Kirk has been ordered to hold t'r
imself in readiness to go work at any N
loment on the C. (J. Cr. Jk (5. R. R. We
liould have a full meeting at Green- C(|
ood on the 13th. ru
We have received a copy of the Hon. .
>*. C. lienet"s Essay in pamphlet form $
ii the question "Is the Negro a failure 0ji
s a laborer ?" Prof. White' article is sa
so in it. Mr. Henet demolishes Prof,
rhite's argument. This production ?jj
ill,well repay a careful perusal. It is ;ty
le ablest and fullest discussion yet
resented on this subject and is true to
I he town marshal 1 has instruction to Mc
nd out if possible the persons guilty
'.perpretating the contemptible meanjss
of cutting harness and buggies; ?
King on laps uiut turning horses loose
i the night of Bill Are's lecture. The _
isplcion rests on some "frying size"
Mr. W. T. Cowan has our thanks for &
couple of copies of the Uoad laws. ,(
re understand that lie does not intend tj1,
run for county Commissioner again. c
e is the very man we want.
Mr. James S. Peri in of the Mksskn:u
ami Miss Annie Hemphill of Abholie,
C. H. attended the concert at the (j<
male college. Mr. \V. C. Sherod was Su
so present. ^
We will be absent from Due West for j,j
few days which will account for an in- X*
mplete report from our town this R?
K.8. G. sv
Awnings are high and advancing. j,r
We arc glad to report Mr. Marshall m,
>rdan better. Sh
Mr, J. W. Duckott's incubator has %
I oil tvi*ion fA 'PV*n
wv? fcv iftllKUUi AIIU UlU UVT1I 15 jjj
u surest method.
The game of ball between Greened
and Troy last Friday resulted in a S?
feat for Greenwood. Score 23 to 30. Iri
Mr. J. T. Duckett and Miss Gussie ?
lhoun were united in marriage on u?
xy 6th. We wish for them a life of
alloyed happiness and pleasure.
^Ir. W. J. Parks of Laurens, was in ?
>vn Friday. ?
Two fine rains lately. Cotton will
The Greenwood Tribune will be en- rP
ged at an early date to an eight col- -*
m paper. " ^
Mr. Parker Jordan is in town. scr
A man with painted scenery gave an
hibition in Waller Hall Friday night.
It may not be uninteresting to give to
ur readers some information in refer- (
ce to the change of gauge on the rail- Un
ids in the Bouth. Mr. W. D. Melton, ter
jo is a first class railroad man, has
idly furnished me with the desired in
-ination. The change of gauge will
cur on first of June, and will be
anged from fivo feet to four feet, nine
;hes. The oast rail will bo moved in 1
ree inches. Three inch guages are to ^
furnished. The spikes are all to be
; by 27th of May. On t,he day of A
2 change every other Bpike will be
iven on outside of rail and those pre>usly
placed driven down. The regir
number of spikes will be put in
mediately after the change of gauge.
1 sections will be reduced to five
les. The section masters wjll be giv- ant
HJteon men, one working north and ,
? other south, until they meet. Secin
masters will receive ten and a half ?
liars a day, and the men one dolli?r
d fifty cents per day and rations. v_
fteen men will work five miles, oommcing
at daylight, and when the day
June the firft closes the track will be ?
ir feet, nine inches, and will be ready t.i
r trains the next day. -p.
Mrs. C. M. Calhonn, of Greenwood, is A
* on a visit to her sister in Brooklyn,
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At 11 i>' clock. Tuesday, May 4th, a moot injf
of the citizens of Klberton am) Klbcrt
connty and representees troin South Carolina
iu the interest of the proposed Chester, Greenwood,
Abbeville and Klberton Railroad was
organized nt itie court bouse by culling lion.
J. 1'. Shannon to Lin* chair anil the appointment
of W.O. Butle* Secretaay.
Messrs L. W. l'errin, Capt. J. T. Parks,
E. M. Kucker and <). T. Calhoun, of S. C.,
were called upon for speeches and responded,
I'nlisting the attention, eliciting the applause,
and prou.ised hearty co-operation of the people
present in a most important railway enterprise.
These gentlemen represented their own
people on the proposed line as greatly enthused
iiver the road, and determined to have it, and
unlv asked that Elbert county do her part in
building the road to the Savannah Kiver and
meet them there.
In behalf of KI her ton and Elbert, county and
'.heir disposition to do their part in the matter
Messrs. J. I'. Shannon, Rev. .1. II. Grogan,
C. Grogan and J. X. Worley spoke the
lentiinent of the people iu endorsing the
On motion of G. C. Grogan, Esq., the chairnan
was requested to appoint a committee of
cn confer iu the afternoon with the South
Jurolina gentlemen present on the proposed
oad This was constituted as follows: G. C.
Jrogau, J. N. Worley, II. K. Gairdner. M 1'. i
Jeadwylor, M. 1*. Watkins, J. II. ,Ionc<, Sr , i
j. M. Dadisman, '1'. J. Hern-Jon, I). ( . !
>mith, J. II. Stovall.
Mr. L. W. l'errin, of Abbeville, gave notice ;
F a railroad meeting to beheld in Greenwood
>. C., earty in June, and. on motion of l)r.
1. 1'. Deadwyler, the chairman appointed the
ollowing to go to that meeting, with power to ;
ppoint their alternates: Messers. M. P.
Jeadwylcr, D. A. Mathews, j^J. N. Worley,
V. W. Wilcox, .Mc Alpin Arnold and E. M. '
The following preamble and resolutions
Whereas, The railroad situation, as it
Sects Elbertoii. seems to be that our chances
re good for the Chester, Greenwood, Abeville
Olid Klhiwton ItniI?l ..u ? ?..!i ?
....... WH%|| lie IH-Ii (1.1 tut'
ugusta and Chattanooga Railroad, therefore
Resolved, that we lieaitilv enter into the
rojeet of the C., G., A. & K. H R. and
Resolved, Tliat we send five delegates* to
lass meeting of the Augusta & Chattanooga
ail road at Augusta, on the 10th of May.
The following gentlemen were appointed
[)d<>r this resolution : Messrs. J. H.Grogun
, W. Roberts, 11. K. Gairdner, E. B. That
id R. P. Wright.
The meet ion tnem adjourned to convene on
le 1st Tuesday in .lune for further conferice.
.1. P. Shannon, Chairman. i
W. O. IU'tlkk, Secretary.
action or committer ok t*n
At the committee meeting on Tuesday
't croon the nature of charter required in this
tate was fully discussed and a committee
urn Elbert, consisting of Geo. C. Grogan. J. t
. Worley. M. I*. Watkins, appointed to
tain a charter for the Georgin line of this'
ad, ami to rcqueat others in each of the
unties of this State through which it wouid
n to he joined with theiu.
The charter of Chester, Greenwood 4 Ab ville
Railroad provines for touching the .
ivannali River at any point from a point
posite Iiowndesvillu to Barksdale Ferry on
Hon. L. W, l'errin presided over the
iiimittee meeting and much useful informant
was given by him and the committee put
(elf into working shape.
At a meeting of the stockholders lobe heid
Greenoowd S. C? of which nrucise tim<?
W. O. Hutler will be Riven notice this
linn it tee of Elbert will rentier u report.
;tting tliein a<liourned.
L W. 1'ekuin, Clun'n
Cko. (J. Gkooan Sec'y.
MAURKT It K POIITS. ,
Correctutl weekly by Messrs. Parker
I'OTTOX?Market steady. Good demand
a jiis ' 7 714
Iter grades 7%
!ftt 614 6><j
itFec 10 15
i?ar, Yellow 7 7J?
bite Granulated 7% 8
ilt, tine, per sack.., 75 85
veruool, 200 Hi. sacks 1 25
tils :\Yi 4
ce 7 8
ibacCo 40 50
ilasses 30 40 i
rup 25 50
;ui , 05 75
ints 5 7
i-aehed Cotton (5?^ 109?
irtinfja 5J<j &y2
Shirtinjrs (5 7
lids 8 10 i
eet Potatoes per bushel 75 100
ah Potatoes, per bushel 150
w Corn per bs hel 65 75
ickcns per he d 15 20
gs per dozen 12}? 15
iter per pound 15 20 J
HE $20,000 to stock of Chester, Greenwood
and Abbeville Railroad haring been subibed,
as required by charter, pursuant to
loiution of corporators, a meeting of subibers
to said stock , for the pupose of orlization,
is hereby called at Greenwood on J
esday, 22d of June, proximo.
W. H. PARKER.
Jreenwood Tribune, Laurcnsville Herald, ion
Timet, Chester Reporter, and Luncas* 1
Ledger, copy 4|tiracs each. *
. V. BURNETT, Manager ,
A.N furnish LUMBER, DOORS
SASH and BLINDS at short notice
1 at low pjices.
May 11* 3m.
1 ENTRAL HTOEL,
Mrs. M. W. Thomas, Proprietress,
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
sr. perrin. t. ivcotokan,
>ERRIN A COTHRAN, ^
Attorneys at Law
Abbeville, 8. C. j
f ? *
J. L. SIMPSON, AGENT FOF
Fraley Quiltmg Frame.
rpiIK only thoroughly practical invention
jL for making Ql'M/l'S and COMKOKT
jUUiKS on the Sowing Machine. Works
I v..?wiin mil.(iii all mo mitoivnt makes of Machines',
and doos all manner(it Quilting. O11i
lr tnki's two liours to make a Comfortable,
and three to four liours to make a Quilt.
Will make Quilts and Comfortables of any
size. Willi this Ql'lI/l'INC! KUAMK quilting
is done with less elVort on the part of the
operator than anv other sewing within the
range of the Sewing Machine. It works like
| a elinrin. 'Kxamiueit, and see for yourself.
; No family Sewing Machine is eomple without
i this littuchinciit. Hetail price only $7.f>0
I .Jan., 2?, 'SO. tf .1. L. SlMI'SOX*
! Against Carrying and Using
r|",'IK rareless and impro[ier use of SlingJL
Shots in the I'uldic Square aud streets
to the destruction of private property having
been reported to the Council l?y ."Mindry persons,
notice is hereby given that the use of
Sling-Shots in the 1'ublic Suuare and stri?nt?
is inrmiHlcti by Ordinance and the Town Marshal
is instructed ami required to arrest all
persons %-iolatinfr this Ordinance.
Hv order of Council.
J. S. HAMMOND,
The Subscribers to the CAPITAL STOCK
National Bank of Abbeville
AUK hereby notified that a call for the
payment.of the tilth inst illincnt (beinjr
>nc-tcutl. of their subscription) has been
MAY 1, 1886, I
Tiie Cashier will be prepared to rec?j****. for 1
.he same at the oliiee of the Hank. I I
Hy or?ler of the Hoard of Directors. ; I
A. H. WABDUW, President. I
11KX.I. S. HAKNWKLL, Cashier. t
Feb. :?t. I
OPH FaCTLTIKS AltK UxSCItl'ASSKn. i
Wll arc prepared to conduct burials in a
most satisfactory manner. All modern
Undertaking Appliances'. Competent manage- I
nent guaranteed. j
COFFINS, GASKETS 1
And Full Line of h
Which auk Skcoxd to Xosk.
We aim to be Prompt Considerate and 1 i
urnislied on Application. 5
Our Furniture Dep artment
Is replete with an nnusunll line line f
?oods. Call and see us. "
J. R. LKAVKLL, .Ik.,
Greenwood, S. C. ?
yyfALTKR L. MILLER, a
Attorney at Law, '
Abbeville, S. C.
jj^'Office formerly occupied )?v
fudge Thomson. oct 21, '85. Ivi
rllE most extensive stock of Millinery can .
now be found at ^
M HADDON & CO.'S. A
Job Printing ;
OF ALL KINDS
JE1TLY and PROMPTLY EXECUTT" J
?AT THE? T.
Messenger Office ?
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AT Tin-: STOKK OF
E. M. MDDOH & CO.
0\\ in stuck ami to urrivp l?v cvcpv train
.jL^ an elegant line of MILLiNMItV atnl
DKEHS <?UOl>S purchased the last ton
days by Mrs. Huddon at
Headquaters in New York.
Can now be scon on our counters
MKI.K SEEK SUCKEKS,
TOULE I)E XAKI),
and otlier goods suitable for wash dresses.
II. M. HADDON & Co.
WE, the undersigned have this day fornivd
a partnership, under the tirm name
HAMMOND & SMITH,
For the Handling of GUANO.
The Best Grade
ire offered for sale by us at reasonable prices
The Light Running
'ayinenls made to suit the purchaser. You
unnot afford to do without one of those 11111hines
when you can <ret it 011 sueli easy
rins. Come one come all nutl hop the New
louie. You will buv no other. For sale b*
K. M K KAToX.
July 20 th'85. 12mo. 118
ffONEY TO LEN1K
[N sums of $300 and upward 011 Abbeville
farming lands. Apply by letter (o
ltarmveU, S. C.
Or in person to my Attorney,
CAI'T. M.L. 1IOMIAM,
Abbeville, S. C. - 1
Feb. 23, '8j-:bn ' / '
Jheap Goods, but Credit
rHOSE wishing to *? < ttie worth of th?f?r
money, fur this venr, will tind it to their
dvantage io tiadu at this well-knowu estabshment,
as nopains will be snared to keep
n hamls Finest tirades and Qualities of nil
inds of WINKS, LIQUORS, BRAN HIES,
1GAHS and TOBACCOS.
l on who pnv fasb nro tipeciaKr inTited *
nd guiranteed to receive kind and prompt
ttention, together with host, goods.
Gentlemen can nt any time find plensiant
muaement in a game of BILLIARDS or
OOL, at a reasonable charge.
Jan. 26, '80 tf SOLE PROPRIETOR.
r^UGENE 1i. GARY,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law*
bbkvillk, S. C.
C. CASOK. m. l. bokhax. jr.
^ASON & BOXHAM,
itoi-tieyt* and Counsellors at Lav,
Abbeville, S. C.
rill practicc in all the ConrtH of the State.
|R. G. A. NEUFFER,
hysiqian and Surgeon,
Abbeville, S. G.
cb. 16, 1885, 1 yr.
\ > i. * ; <
kTEW DINNER. HOUSE,
Gkxknwood, 8. C.
Kept by Mrs.F. <3 .Parka GbeapraUa.
w. thomson. i. v. tsomms.
^110MSON A THOMSON,
' Attorneys at Law,
A sat TILLS, 8, C,
o. 1 O'Neal Baofe.
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