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TUESDAY. June 22, 188G. Co
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Mrs. Uucker has returned from a visit
Commencement at Due West conies
oil' next week. ,
Yesterday* was a damp, dismal, (j.(
gloomy, cold and rainy day.
An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Goo. pOJ
A. Shillito was buried on last Saturday.
W. P. Calhoun Ksq., is rusticating in laj
the country since the aojonrnmerit of j _
Secretary of Stale, .Tames N. Lip
scoinl>, spent one night in Abbeville last ja
Hon. W. 10. Stoney, Comptroller- far
(Jeneral, arrived in Abbeville on j-es- pai
Miss Katie Parker returned from Co- wt
" lumbia last week where she lias been 'J'li
going to school. spi
Miss Brucie White, daughter of Cap^.
W. 11. White, of Greenville,. is visiting fly
relatives in town. tin
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Calhoun now tic- 11?!
copy the house recently vacated by ni<;
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lee.
Mr. A. B. Hamblin is reported better, sty
but will be unable to attend Court, at K.
Anderson, this term. fan
There is to be a game of base ball
soon between the lawyers and the l'IS
young men of the town. ]
Mr. and Mrs. Charles llichcy had the
misfortune to loose an infant son from ftn(
?lysentery, on last Sunday. sto
Troy was victorious in the two
games played last week against Au- ^a!
gusta. Troy is hard to beat.
The corporators of the Chester,
Greenwood an<l Abbeville Railroad will . 1
meet in Greenwood to-day. c !*
Miss llowell Mcintosh returned last \y(
week from the Williamston Female U1(J
College and is visiting her aunt Mrs. ,.1Li
\V. A. Lee. .
Major IV.J V. Whitncr, of Anderson, jj,
was down last week on professional sjtj
business concerning tue Savannah Val- uc
ley Iiailroad. c;ll
Mrs. Andrew Simons. Jr.. of Jharles- to
ton, arrived in Abbeville last Tuesday poi
and is spendind some time with rela- ]
tives in town. ?.rt
One of the attractions at Due West <
during rominencoment week will be a vve
series of base ball garnets between the ,
Widciuans and Columbias. .
We are informed that the "well- u,r)l
borer," whose presence we noted several
weoks as;o, was married last
' ? - fi n i
weak in Greenville County. ""
Mr. J. II. Arnold, of Level Land, will
lecture in the Court House on next jt ,
Friday night, on the Assassination of yH
Lincoln and the Trial of Mrs. Surratt. j-rjj
No child will have a rosv complexion
as o g us worms exist in the inles in s"; a
Shriner's Indian Vermifuge will destroy t()
the worms and restore the health of the 1
We know wliereof we speak when j, *
we say the Western and Alantie Nar- ^
* row Guagu Railroad pays its indebted- *
ness upon demand without discount or [
Davidson College has bestowed the ^
degree of Doctor of Divinity upon the j,y
Hev. J. Lowrie Wilson, pastor of the wi.
Presbyterian Churelr of this place. It ^
is an honor worthily conferred.
Ool. M. O. Tolma.n and Miss Susan
White, both of Calhoun's Mills, are to jQ
be married on Thursday next. We <j>.
extend to them our best wishes in ad- ^
vance and wish for them long life and
We have been requestor to stale tna
Hev. Father Moriaghan would conduct ^ 0
services in tho Church of the Sacred sJt.
Heart on Wednesday and'Thursday at
8 a. in. Tho public are invitod to attend.
Mr. J. C. Marshall returned from
Florida on last Saturday where he lias
been since the first of the year. He
expresses himself as well pleased with soi
the learnt 01 Mowers, anu reports mo nt
other Abbeville boys out there as do- frc
ing well. hu
The committee appointed by the
Farmers' Convention to take steps to Sp<
organize an agricultural fair, are re- fid
quested to meet in Abbeville on the mi
26th instant. This is art important matter
and we hope the committee will be j!
successful in carrying out the proposed wscheme.
We acknowledge the receipt of an wi
invitation to attend the annual ban- We
quet of the Kappa-Alpha fraternity of fai
Krskine College. The invitations are
unique and nicely gotten up and we jn|
shall endeavor to avail ourselves of the
At the meeting of the stockholders
of the Carolina. Cumberland Oap &
Chicago Railroad, on last Tiu^d.iy night,
it seemed to be the universal senti- '''
ment, that if anything was done toward 1
building the road those along the line
would have to do it themselves. nu
The Itev. A. J. Witherspoon, D. D..
of New Orleans, will preach in the '^li
Presbyterian Church, of this place, on
Cnnilunr U. IV itKnronAAn 10 u*ntl I .....
JIUAV UIIHUnji l/l i If lllivinpuuii ?.-i ?i \
known ns the Chaplain of the Seaman's 0n
Bethel of Now Orleans, and will prosent
tho claims of this institution to
the people of this community* We bo- ('u
speak for him a large congregation.
There was a very interesting meeting ^
of the Literary Club on last Friday
night at the residence of Judge Cothran.
W. P. Calhoun, Esq. read the es- *'
say on the "Negro Problem," and ^
brought out a very full diaciiHsion by
the members and visitors present. The su
Club will moet next at the residence of foi
Mr. Goo. C. Hodges.x James 8. Perrin Co
Esq^. will read the essay. bu
For County Auditor.
It has ever been the custom of t
ople of Abbeville County to rewn
thfulness and attention to duty in h
blio servants. Capt. Paiks, who
iiouncement for recommendation f
mnty Auditor, appears e" sew here li
er proved worthy, eUicicnt, polite :n
ulcus in the discharge of his duti
d we are sure our Auditor's ofli
uld be tilled by no worthier man th
Due West Dots.
The rains continue.
It is getting very hot.
The excitement over base ball is i
Kev. W. F. Pearson has a new desi:
a llv brush.
Our base ball club lias been invited
ce part in the base ball tournament
urens C. 11., begining on the 7th
tell a laughable story in the v
;e of the speed a candidate made
Lting to the house of a distinguish*
mer, after reading one of the Coun
pers. It was John Gilpin style.
Dr. E. H. Edwards and his orchest
nt to to Greenwood last Thursda
ey had a good time and heard a lii
lech from Gov. 11. S. Thompson.
Mr. Scudday, of Anderson, paid us
ing visit, lie is State Secretary
> Young Men's Christian Associatio
1 made a capital address on Thursdi
fYbbeville entertained in hanJson
le the delegates to the C., C. G. & 1
li. meeting. Mr. Joel Smith ai
uily wer<! exceedingly kind and hosj:
de to their guests. They have oi
l<\ \V. It. Nance has rented the stabl
the Phoenix Hotel fro*" Mr. Calhoi
I will be prepared to aecommoda
I'hc Columbia base ball associatit
i agreed to play the Wideuians tv
lies on condition that their expens
paid. This will take about #75.1)
e club has therefore decided
irge 25 cts. admission. The gam
II commence about 4 o'clock t
adnesday and Tliusday evenings, in
diately after the close of the con
We undestand that the Uon. E. !
irra}'. of Anderson will have no opp
ion for the Senate from that count
will run on the prohibition. T1
i dictates in this county may prepa
answer a few questions on th
Mr. John F. Calhoun has some coi
>wing with a-red stalk.
L'ho literary societies jjeld their far
11 meetings last Friday night,
't is the style now for a candidate
: a probable opponent not to re
L'he prospects are that we will have
e commencement. A number of di
guished visitors are expected. Ever
ly is invited. All the candidates to
kvill be a great place to shake hand
s 3'ou must come and see yoi
\ movement is now on hands to bui
nonumcnt to Miss McQuorns. It
take shape during comiuenceinont.
Mr. Cowan Brock has the campi
1 will run the stands therein du
j commanceinent days. You can g
;t whatever you want.
Mr. .1. P. IIarkness and L. L. Abbe
Miibie went down last week to he
oy play against Augusta and to r
?;^irls. Mr. J. B. Homier went dov
iday to witnesss the game. Fro
lat the club hero can learn there w
a tremendous crowd here to see t!
:iie between Columbia and Due We!
We had the pleasure of seeing M
el Smith's fine three year old fi 11 i<
ley are beauties and ver}r gentle ai
A a number of handsome improv
nls have recently gone up on tl
id lending from Abbeville C. II.,
wndesvTlle. Among them is t!
itely resilience of Mr. W. A. Lee.
11. S. G.
Messrs. McKinnew, Griffin and W.i
i have accepted positions as guar
the Rock Church quarry four mil
iiu Greenwood. They have over tv
ndred convicts to guard.
Mrs. J. II. Carwile, who has be<
L'nding some time with relatives
Igefield, returned home last we<
ich improved in health.
Farmers are busy trying to have the
u.-at and oats harvested. The yie
II be small. Corn prospects we
ver so flattering at this season, ai
th sunshine and refreshing showe
s predict a bountiful harvest in tl
Dr. D. M. Youngblood was elect
tendant Oi the town of Bradley la
(ck. No opposi'.ion.
Quite a large crowd attended the coi
mcoment at Greenwood last week.
The Literary Club will meet at Mi
I'. Harrison's on Wednesday evenir
A numhor of ladies and gentlem
jt in the Baptist Church, on Wednt
v last, to practice new pieces for t
Rev. II. C. Smart preached an al
rinon, to a large and attentive am
ee, on Sunday last.
I will give you quite an interest!
solution ol copartnership which pt
ps might he of interest to some or
>e partnership herotofow resisting t
ixt me nnd Mose Skine? is ht-rol
solved. Dem <lut own do firm w
y me, and dem dat do firm owo w
Our sister town, Troy, lifts most?
redlv taken the right step in bringi
Wild Capt. Joel W Lites for Conn
miiin. ,-ioner. He is a man who
isincsj qualifications fit him for t
position, and, if elected, which we fool
confident he will be, he will discharge
nj the duties of the oflice without fear of
pr public opinion, and will always have an
(, i?ye single to the welfare of the people
'or Abbeville County.
us Miss Kale Weir, of Greenville, is
nd spending; some time with her brother,
es Mr. Joel (5. Weir.
oe Miss Anna MeCaslan, of Troy, and
an Miss Snllio Youneblood. of Winterseat,
are visiting Mrs. W. C. Grifiin.
Gen. P. H. Bradley was taken quite
sick while riding over his farm on Friday.
We are glad to state that he is
some better at this writing.
The farmers met, on Saturday last.
following officers wore elected : President.
Capt. W. K. Cothran, Vice-Pres=
ident, A. McNeill, Secretary and Treasurer,
S. It. Carwile. The secretary was
to requested to procure the names of any
at. wishing to become members by the
ol next meeting which will take place on
Saturday before the first Monday in
il- -July. There being no other business
in the club adjourned. As we have said r ?2d
peatedly, wo are in favor of farmers'
ty clubs carried on purely for the advancement
of the agricultural interest,
ra but just so soon as you bring politics in
y. we say disband at once, for we know
ue full well that farmers are not politicians
and cannot afford to bo, for just so soon
u as you bring farmers inlo politics they
P loose all interest they ever had in farming,
and that is one reason why our
* farming interest has got down to such
^ a low standard.
Replanting of cotton and corn is still
the order of the day 011 our town brag
in Rather make nothing 011 a vacant lot
by cultivating it than to be killed by'
the perfume of tiie weeds which ,vill
I tl\ ?*t i*ii f Vi fti-n nn ( ti am f milliirntiAn
k>0 W J. Gah.os, reprsenting the Augusts
ta Chronicle was in town last week.
iO. Ho offered great inducements and will
10 help to build up any town if the citizens
Ps will take his paper. I hope he got all
11- The health of our town is good and
11- the meales are getiing scarce. Very few
scattered cases on hand.
B. The Ninety-Six Agricultural and
o- Stock Fair was reorganized on the loih
y. as follows :
le James Rogers, President,
re Vice-Presidents from Abbeville : L.
is M. Moore. W. II. Frazier, Win. Johnson,
J. S. Bailey, H. F. Fuller, ?J. F. C.
Vice-Presidents from Edgefield : E.
L. Addison, J. Mcl>. Ivinard, W. L.
Durst, O. F. C. Cheatham.
Colleton : Col. W. B. Utsey.
to Vice-Presidents from Newberry :
111 Alan Johnson. Joseph Jenkins. W. R.
Smith, P. 11. Koon.
a Vice-Presidents from Laurens : John
s- G. Williams, J. B. Humbert, J. Wash
y- Watts, J. 1). M. Shaw, J. B. Watts,
o. J. T. Miller, Secretary and Treasurer,
s, W. L. Anderson, Jr., C. P. Roberts,
ar Assistnant Secretarys.
Executive Committee : F. M. Pope,
|,1 R. F. McCaslan, J. H. Rico, G. M. Anjs
derson, H. R. Turner. J. P. Phills, L. M.
Moore, R. L. Pratt, E. S. Hale, W. H.
t. Frazier, E. M. Lipscomb and J . J. Bozels
man, J. A. Moore.
" The Fair will be held at Ninety-Six
c o i tl e 10th (.f August. The books for
entry will be open by 1st of July.
r" J. T. MIM.kii,
'/ Mrs. C. D. Sadler died last week after
a lingering and painful illness which
."j kept her confined tc her bed for months.
A christian lady, a tjood neighbor and
in crossing into the unknown land has
gone to her reward. Mrs. Saddler was
'r- buried at Siloam Church j;rave yard by
:s* the side of her husband, who died A. D.
u' 1809. Peace, eternal peace we wish for
her departed soul.
c" Thad. O. Puckeit, son of our esteem',0
ed and learned silversmith, Thos.
lo Dnckett, died in Greenwood June the
15th with phounionia. He was a yoUng
man well liked by all who knew him
and while he is gone to his eternal rest
wo can not but sympathize with the be
If anybody should wish to go into the
lt_ blackberry business, Mr. Logan will ac(js
commodate him in selling his farm for
es .1?1200 especially on account of the
ro blackberry crop he is cultivating.
Ellen Nathan and Henrietta Srtother
,n both colored, bad a private combat on
jn the streets last wook. Nobody hurt except
the contents of their pocket"
If vou invite anybody to your house
U do not charge them for it.
rs Level Land Locals.
Crops are looking well but still more
ud or less grassy. 50 cents a day and
ust board is the price of day labor.
Mr. Robert Pratt's family are quite
n- sick with the measles, especially Mrs.
rsi: Henry Brooks has the finest crop in
'K? this section. Henry seems to move on
time. Business before pleasure is his
Tho dedication serrnon will bo preached
nt Little Rivfr Baptist church on the
third Sabbath, June 20th, by the Rev.
do l)r. J. C. Furman. Quite a large attondli
a;ico is expected as tho occasion is one
of unusual interest.
ng It is presumable that milk and butter
>r- is quito plentiful in Level Lund, as we
>e. hear of several fine milk cows for
[?.v The wheat crop is a failure. Spring
ill oats are fine. Tho work of harvesting
is progressing. Cinderella.
is- Many of the blntche*, pimples, and other
Pgr affoctionsof tho ?kin aro caused by the efforta
of the system to cast off impurities, which
y owing to "the inaction of the liver and kidneys
so /remain in the system. Dr. H. McLean's
he Liver and Kidney Balm is the dest remedy.
. r. . . * ' " ? - I.--. . 'i'
Blackberries are ripening.
Early ponchos and apples are coining
in and 'gc'i.g in' too.
Last week was a lino one for the '
VV.IVMII uirun ft 'um*?* wt'if vij^uruus- <
ly attacked, front, rear and on either 1
Partial showers but no general rain.
Cotton and corn are growing very 1
So much of the cotton lands have
been rendered unfit to cultivate, that (
some of the planters have planted pretty
largely of the stubble land in corn
Miss Johnnie Spoor is quite Sick. We
hope that the kindness of relatives and
friends together with the best medical |
attention in this section, will soon restore
her to health.
Mr. B. Holm Allen lost a valuable
horse a few days since. We sympathize
with him in his misfortune.
'I he signs of improvement fin- slill j
visible in our town, in the making <>l (
sidewalks and in the beautifying of the
homes of our citizens, '-'he bridge at
\onng's mill is to be built by Mr. I. II.
McCalla. There will bo only one bridgi
where the double-bridges once stood. |
1'he channel on this side is so nearly
tilled up that the authorities decided to '*
build pens across it and fill them with
rook. Messrs. Berry Allen <1*? CJilliam r
are to build the bridg'?. These bridges ,
are to be finished hv the lirst of Sep- .
tember next. This will bo a great hen- ,
efit and convenience to the public.
The iron horse upon the S. V. 11. 11.
is rapidly feeling its way towards Anderson.
C. II. The camp has been moved
to Cooksville, about, nine miles above
this place. The track has been laid 1
nearly or quite to that point.
It is proposed to have an excursion "
from thi? place to Augusta before long. |
Manv of our folks, who ean raise '"the
needful" will avail themselves of this '
opportunity to visit the city across the
A number of hands arc now building the
brick piers, upon which to put the .
permanent bridge across Rocky Hiver.
Irish potatoes are now plentiful, of '
fine size. One of the most celebrated
physicians in this county gives it as his 11
opinion, I hear, that until they are fully
matured, they are a rank poison.
For the State Senate. i
The many friends of Gen. Robert It.
Hemphill announce him as a candidate
for the State Senate, from Abbeville ?
County, subject to the action of the 1
For the House of Representatives.
We are authorized to announce Orvillc '
T. Calhoun. Esq., as a candidate for the J
Legislature, subject to the action of the
| The friends of Hon. W. K. Blake announce
him as a candidate for re-election
to the House of Ileprerescntatives at
the ensuing election, subject to the ac- ^
tion of the Democratic primaries. ,
We are authorized to announce Hon.
W. II. Parker as a candidate for the
House of Representatives.
We are authorized to announce Ellis
G. Graydon, Esq., as a candidate for
nomination for the Legislature by the
Democratic Primary Election.
For County Auditor.
We are authorized to announce Capt. '
J. T. Parks as a candidate for rcommendation
for County Auditor, subject
to the action of the Democratic primaries.
For Probate Judge.
We arc authorized to announce J. I
Fuller Lvon, Esq., as a candidate for |
re-election to the office of Probate
Judge, subject to action of the Demotic
For Sclicol Commissioner. ]
We are authorized to announce
George 0. Hodges, Esq., as a candidate
lor School Commissioner.
The many friends of Capt. E. Cowan, j
of the Savannah side, place him in nomi- (
nation, for School Commissioner, sub- i
iect to the action of the Democracy at J
For County Commissioner.
Capt. Joel W. Lites is announced as a
candidate for County Commissioner,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primaries. Troy. 1
We are authorized to announce Mr.
W. I). Mann, as a candidate for County
Commissioner subject to the action of
The many frionds of James A. McCord
announce hini as a candidate for
re-election to the office of County Commissioner
at the coming election, sub- <
ject to the action of the Democratic '
Sickness comes uninvited, but if it finds us (
with healthy and active liver and kidneys,
with nuru blood we are impregnable to its
attack. The best invigorant is Dr. J. H.
McLaean's Liver and Kidney Balm,.
When the liver and kidneys are disordered
the bowels beeome inactive retain the badly
digested food from the stomach, and absorb
' deleterif us matter, which thus poisoning the
bolod gives rise to other serious derangments.
Use Dr. J. H. McLean,s Liver and Kiduey
Don't, suppose if you have that pain through
the right siae and shoulder blade, that yellowness
of skin and whites of the eyes, and !
urred appearance of the tongue, that these
i indications are of little account, or will depart
i by themselves; much better take Dr. J. H.
, McLean's Homceopathic Liver and Kidney
i Pellets and remedy the trouble. 26c. per vial,
fo r sale by all druggists.
J. J. Atkins Chief of Police, Knox villi*,
Tenn., writes: "My family and 1 are beneficiaries
ofyour most excellent medicine, Dr.
Kind's New Discovery for consumption: having
found it to be all that you claim for it,
;lesire to testify to its virtue. My friends to
tvlioin 1 have recommended it praise it at every
ipportunity." l)r. Kinp's New Discovery
for Consumption is guaranteed to curcCoughs
Colds, Uronchitis. Asthma Croup and every
itFection of Throat, Chest and l.unjjs.
Trial llo'tles Free at T. 0' I'errin Dru<r Stor?-.
Large Size $1.00.
Notice to the Voters of the
Town of Abbeville.
F'HSUANT to the Act of the General Assembly,
npprovcil December 23, 1882.
[legistrat ion of all voters who have not repiscred,
in the town of Abbeville of the ape of
.wenty-ono years ami of those who shall
ittain the ape of twenty-one years on or beore
the second Monday in September next,
vill be made at the Town Council oflice on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the 21th,
!5th, and 20th days of June, 188l>.
All voters who fails to register at the time
(foresaid will be deprived of the privilege of
roting at any regular or special municipal
dection that may lie held in the town of Abberille
before the annual registration.
J. S. HAMMOND,
JONES F. MILLER, Registrar.
June 9,1880. .It
ID :R/tT <3- GISTS,
KEKl' constantly on hand a full, andwel?
selected stock of pure
Brugs, Chemicals etc., etc.
All the latest and popular lines of Paten
ind Proprietary Medicines.
he hist Liver Mediciue, cures Dyspepsia,
for ?S(lie only hy yx.
Try our DLACKKF.HRT COIMHAT. r.
mi miner Complaint : and our Compound Syrip
Sarsaparilhi with Iodide Potash, for the
lie most canvenieut way of destroying these
all the Staple and Fashionable Colors
A full line of ^ancy Goody,
Met Articles, Stationery etc. etc.
The best brands ef
Cigars, Tobacco, aii(I|t'igarettes.
A complete stock of White Leads, Paints
Oils, Varnishes, etc., etc., Paint Brushes
Golden Machine Oil.
We sell the celebrated Harrison Brother's
Prepared Paint; the best in the market.
Special attention paid to the
Physfcian's prescriptions iwid fa.nily rciipes
filled at all hours of day and night, by
ixperieneed and competent hands.
Orders by hand or Mail, promptly attended
SPEED & NEUFFER.
April 2D, 1885. tf 83.
AT THE STORE OF
R. M. HAD DON & GO.
NOW in stock and to nrrive by every train
an elegant line of MILLINEItY and
DRESS GOODS purchased i:i the last ten
iiija uy airs, rniuuon a I
Seadquaters in New York.
Can now be seen on our counters
MKLE SEER SUCKERS,
TOULE DE NAUD,
ind other goods suitable for wash dresses.
R. M. HADDON & Co.
Cheap Goods, but Credit
THOSE wishing to get the worth of their
' money, for this year, will find it to their
idvantagc to trade at this well-known estabiahment,-AB
no pains will be snared to keep
>n hands Finest Grades and Qualities of all
kinds of WINES, LIQUORS, BRANDIES,
Df&ARS and TOBACCOS.
You who pav Cash are specially invited
ind guaranteed to receive kind and prompt
uttention, together with best goods.
Gontlemen can at an? time find pleasant
amusement in a game of BILLIARDS or
POOL, at a reasonable charge.
Jau, 26, *80 tf SOLE PROPRIETOR.
Bridges to Lei.
TWILl. lot to the lowest bidder the rebuilding
and repairing of the following
bridges on the following dates :
Young's Bridge on Tuesdav, June 13, at
11 a. in.
Double Bridges on Tuesday, dune 15, at
a (). 111.
Kit ford's Bridge on Thursday, June 17, at
Swearingen's Bridge on Friday, .June 18. at
11 h, in*
Levee at Davis' Bridge, on Saturday, June
19, at 2 p. in.
Island Ford Bridge, on Monday, June 21, at
2 p. in.
Bradley's Bridge, on Tuesday, June 22, at.
11 a. in.
Patterson's Bridge, on Tuesday, June 22,
at p. in.
McKettriek's Bridge, on Wednesday, June
2.1, at 11 a. ni.
Peltigrcw's Bridge, onThursday, June 24,
at II a.in.
Searlo's Mills Bridge, on Friday, June 25,
at 11 a. in.
Winterseat Bridge on Tuesday, Juno 28, at
2 p, m,
Bonds required on day of letting. Tho
above bridges will be paid for by a special
tax, collected in the fall of the j*car 188*.
Bridges to Let.
I WILL let to the lowest bidder tbo repairing
and rebuilding of the following
bridges on the following dates :
Dundy's Bridge over Long Cane, on Thursday,
June 17, at 12 in.
Wharton's Mills Bridge over Curltail, on
Thursday, June IT, at 2 p. in. And on the
same day, and hour, at the same place, Nelson's
Bridge over Curltail.
Cannon's IJridge over Long Cane, on
Thursday, June 17, aM p. in.
Jordan's Bridge over Long Cane, on Friday
June IS, at 11a. in.
Cothran's Mills Bridge over Hard Labor,
on Saturday, June HI, at 10 a in.
Bird's Bridge over Hard Labor, on Five Notch
road, below Whitehall, on Saturday, June 19,
at 2 p in.
Bridge over Hard Labor, midway between
White and Greenwood, on Barksdale Ferry
rond to be let with Bird's Bridge at the sanid
place and time, if not before repaired.
Bridge over Wilson's Creek on the road
leading from Ninety- ts Watson's Ferry, ou
Tuesday, June 22, at 12 m.
Bridge over Wilson's creek at Silvam
church, on Tuesday, June 2g, at 3 p in.
Bridge over Coronaca, near Wesley Klugh's
on Wednesday, June 23, at 11 o m.
Bonds with two securities required on dav
of letting. Payment will be iu the fall of
the year 1887, by a special tax.
JAMES A. McCORD,
Cheirman 11. C. C.
Bridge to Let.
I wILL let to the lowest bidder on Wednesr
day, June 23, 1880, at 11 a. in. the re
placing or rebuilding of the bridge at Milllord's
Mills. Bonds, with two good securities
required on day of letting. The right is
reserved to reject any or all bids. Payment
will be made by a special tax collected in the
fall of 1887. ' W. T. COWAN,
June 7, I88G . C?unty Com.
YOU VISIT AUGUSTA.
DON'T forget to go to the elegant bar of
It S Anderson, in the Augusta Hotel.
Dick * nderson is a native of Abbeville county
although for a good many years he has
been doing business at Kdgelield Courthouse.
While stopping in Augusta you can get no
rnorr elegant place to stop than at the Augusta
Hotel. Sir. Doolittle. the proprietor, is the
boss hotel mau of the South.
Jnnc8ili,2 mos It. S. Anderson
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HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
No Horsk will die of Colic, h^tr or Lvko Fe.
tzb. If Fontz's Powders nre med In time.
Foutz's Powders will rure nn'l prevca: lloofnn7.i:n\.
Fouti'8 Powders will prevent Of *s is l'owi.s.
Fontz's Powdere will t:.ofen<e tlie .onnttty or milk
and cream twenty per ce . and mu jtlie butter firm
Foatz'd Powders will Ci.rfl or prevent almost Evtr.r
Di'vask to which Hordes and ( attle nre. suhjert.
FOVTZ's Pownr.ks will qivk satisfaction?.
?AVID E. TOUTS, Proprietor.
For Sale by Speed & Neuffer, Abboille,
Don't Hire Him.
I DO hereby warn all persons not (o biro
Harry Vf" hart on, colored, who is under
contract with me -Tor the year 1886, and has
left my employ without cause.
I). F. Andrews.
Open to the World-*$100 Reward.
Thomas McGettigan. Proprietor of
the Palmetto Saloon offers a'toward of
one hunnrcd dollars to any
man that can prove that he is
he is selling impure goods. Ho advertises
pure liquors and does not dope his
customers by false advertisements.
Call and sample his stock on conrt
week. Everything fresh and cool. Try
a Democratic milk punch.
Bucklen'g Arnica Salve*
The best salve in the world for Cuts, Braises,
Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores*
Tetter. Chapped' Hands, Chilbains, Corns*
tnd all Skin Kruptions, and positively cures,
Piles, or no pay required. It is ifuaranteea
to give perfect satisfaction, or money refundep.
Price 25 cents' pes box. For Bale pj
T. C. Perrin 7 *
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