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Grkenvillk, S. C., Aug. 13th. 1886.
Col. Lee Hagood, Manager Valley ,
Mutual. Life Association, Columbia, S.
C. ?Dear Sir ; Your favor of the 12
inst., enclosing checks to pay policy on
life of my deceased father is recieved. '
Permit me to thank the association j
through you for their prompt settlement '
of this claim and for waiving the usual J
time altowed under the conditions of
.the poli.cy. Your truly,
W. Hoesh. j
We beg to call attention to the card
in this paper regarding the Valley Mu- '
? t r a
IUlit liliu ASSUVIUUUII. a HIS luauiauvc
company has the confidence of the pub- 1
li j and is doing a big business. Its 1
termes are liberal and it is a safe com- ;
pany. Captain W. T Branch is the !
agent for Abbeville and will give all the 1
information necessary to indu'ce you to
take a policy, 1
Aiiother Ticket. 1
J. W. Perrin.
M. L. Bonham, Dr S. G. Thomson,
, L. W. Smith, . J. S. Perrin.
Young Men : ]
Citizen's Ticket. j
intkndent : 1
H. T. Tuslen.
wardens t <
R. W. Cannon, J. D. Chalmers,
J. A. Smith, J. F. Miller.
There will be a mass meeting in the j
Court House on Tuesday, the 31st day j
of August, at G o'clock p. m., for the
purpose of nominating an Intendant and
Jones F. Mili.eu. 1
The Convention was "lively" yesfer- j
Mr. Ash by King is in town with
Miss Guerard has returned from her <
visit to Pendleton.
Miss Kate Marshall has gone on a 1
visit to Greenville.
The result of the election was a sur- '
prise to many people.
Judge and Mrs. Aldrlch are visiting ,
Captain Iionhaui's family.
ajuU A f flan tiriinuvv
I UU lO.^UI V vt J/I ??H?| j v<>. VVIU1I j
was a surprise to nearly every one.
Colonel- E. B. Gary is back from his ]
inountuin trip 1 >oking hale and heart v. i
__ .Cadet McCants, who graduated with 1
. high honors at the Citadel was in town
Monday. ^ ?
Mr. lVe I ipsct.mb is o j duly at the
telegraph office at this place. He is a
- line ''operator."
The 2nd primary election is appointed
. .. ' for Saturdy September 4ih "and don,t
. - ' you forget it.'' (
Major W. T. Gary, one of the most |
distinguished lawyers of Augusta, was
in town ye-terday.
: The Democratic Convention on Mon^
% day was the iivliest we have had in
mmy a day.. .
Mr. Julius Visansky was up from
Troy on Saturday, and was a delegate to
the Convention on Monday.
Our paper failed to come again this i
0 week. \Y'e are changing publishers
and it causes Home delay.
We are at a loss to krow whj' our paper.
has not reached ua this woek. It
has been on the roajd for some time and
we ordered it sent by express. If our
readers will bear with us this week we
will promise to give therti a full sheet
l)r. F. M. Galbraith, an accomplished
and skillful druggist from Chester is
with Mr, T. C. Perrin. A !1 prescriptions
put in his hands vmII be carefully filled.
l)r, Galbraith comes among us very
highly recohimendod and we cordially
bid him welcome,
Captain C. S. Bwight has .been apx
pointed Chief Engineer of the A. G. & .
K. Llajlroad. bv President Mills. Con
tain Dwlght is an experienced an 1 able
engineer, and hopes to push to completion
this road upon which depends so
much of the futuro prosperity of Abboville.
Messrs. I. H. Russell and W. II.
Burns have opened a beef Market at
Keaton's old stand. They have built
an ennornious refrigerator and will keep
beef always on ice. This is a luxury
- we have not enjoyed hero and entitles
' them to the patronnge of -the public.
Tfcey keep also the purest lake ice and
have car load on hand now. Rear this
i n mind and buy ftom them an ico ticket.
jr . ? 1>ae West Dots.
Captain King spent Sabbath in our
Mossra. ?T. T. McDill and I*. P. Kennedy
wont to Lowndenville lust week on
business of importance.
Prof. Hood, with a select squad of
hands, has betin doing some good work
on our streets.
Nearly ovory one that could get away
has left town on a vacation triD.
The 'Star of the Widemans is still in
th> ascendency. Hhe whipped the fight
easily in Greenwood. Tho first game by
a score of 23 to 6. Tho second by a
score of 13 to 4. Tho boys. had a nice
Mr, John K. Hood spent several days
home last week.
Mr. A. 8. King, of the Maryland Military
Institute accompanied his father.
Heist bright young man.
We acknowledge with thanks public
documents sent us by our trorthy Congressman,
Hon. I), Wyatt Aiken.
The election passed off here without
any tipocial incidents.
Mr. J. P. Harkness is in Columbia
playing with that club.
We were astonished on being shown
x supplement of the /Southern Presbyterian
containing a long satire of the
present evolution trouble, in imitation
of the Play of Julius "Caesar by Shakespeare.
Dr. Woodrow is Caesar, Dr.
Girdeaii. Dr. Adams and othets renre
sent Cassius, Brutus and others who arc
seeking to destroy Caesar. And this
farce comes out in a religious paper,
''Whom the Gods," &c.
Prof. Young occupied l)r. Pressly's
pulpit last Sabbath.
Rev. Mc. Henry and family of Ala.,
ire visiting friends here. Mr. Henrj
preached an admirable sermon for us,
His people have done the graceful thing
in presenting him with a purse and giving
him a vacation.
Capt. Bob Robinson of McConnick foi
the first time was a welcome visitor or
our streets last week. He received s
Battering vots from our people for the
Dr. Lathan is back.
Fruit is plentiful.
Watermelons arc comparatively scarce
President Kennedy is home again after
a two weeks trip in the interest ol
I)r. Lathan has been absent two week?
in North Carolina, and the eastern part
jf this State. He says in places aropy
svere never finer.
Mr. J. E. Todd has just completed a
large and modernly arranged barn, well
furnished in every way.
Prof. J. I. McCain spent two weeks at
Mont i-.agl'. lie reports a delightful
Lime and was sorry when he had to
n- \\t t n i? i it . i.
i/r. ?*. u. rressty lfivvt-'H mis weeh
for ft mission tour in the West, according
to the appointment of Synod. He
will be gone some six weeks. Dr. 1\
made some fitting remarks in allusion
Lo it last Sabbath.
Miss Ella Miller is at home now taking
vacation. She has just closed a successful
session of her school near Honea
The "Widemans received a letter from
Dur Greenwood friends saying that the
Tournament hud been indefinitely postponed.
Col. R. \V. Simpson, of Anderson,
promised Messrs. M. B. Clinkscales and
R. C. Brownlee while they were in Anderson
that he would be present at our
speaking. Ilis failure to get there was
i disappointment as we were anxious to
see and hear him
Mr.Don Brownlee's family is in Williamston.
Mr. Brownlee has recently
mide some changes on his dwelling
which are improving to its appearance.
It. 6. G.
The friends of Judge J. S. Cothian
mnouncehim as a candidate for Congress
from the Third Congressional District.
Subject to the action of the
Democratic primary or convention,
whichever plan may be adopted.
For the State Senate.
The many friends of Gen. Robert It,
Hemphill announce him as a candidate
for the State Senate, from Abbeville
C ?unty, f-ubject to the action of the
For the House of Representatives.
Believing that the farmers should
have representation in tho npxt T^eisUture
from this County, and as U.?pi. W
A. Moore is one of our most prominenl
and most successful farmers, we hereby
nominate him as a candidate for the
House of Representatives. Votkiis
We nre authorized to announce Cnpt
VV. I). Mars as a candidate tor the Leg
islature, subject to the action of tin
We are authorized to announce Dr
George H. Waddell a candidate for the
Legislature, subj jet to the Democratic
We are authorized to announce Orvilh
T. Calhoun, Esq., as a candidate for the
Legislature, subject to the action of th(
The friends of Hon. W. K. Blake announce
him as a candidate for re-electior
to the House of Representatives ai
the ensuing election, subieet to the ac
u ? ?r ? "
tion of the Democratic primaries.
We are authorized to announce Hon
W. H. Parker as a candidate for the
Mouse of Representatives.
We are authorized to announce Ellif
G. Grayilon, Esq., as a candidate foi
nomination for the Legislature by th(
Democratic Primary Election.
For County Auditor.
Wo are authorized to announce A. W
Jon^fasa candidate for recommenda<
tion for County ^uditor, subject to th<
We are authorized to announce Johr
T. Lyon as a candidute for recotninenda
tion for Auditor, subject the action oi
the Democratic primaries. ,
Wo'are authorized to announce Capt
J. T. Parks as a candidato for rcom
uiQiiunuuia ui uvjr Awuuvr, ouujt't
to tho action- of tho Democratic primaries.
? For ProbAtcrJudge.
Wo are authorized to announce J
Fuller Lyon, Esq., as a candidate fo;
re-election to the office of Probata
Judge, subject to action-of the Demo
tic primaries, i
For Schrol Commissioner.
Wo are authorise" inn?r <
George C. Hod gen, Esq., as a candidal
for School Commissioner.
9 V '
t The many friend# of Cnpt. E. Cowan, S'
of the Savannah side, place him in nomination,
for School Commissioner, subject
to the action of the Democracy at
For County Commissioner. s
We are authorized to announce Cart.
J. N. King, of Ninety-Six as a candidate Ji
> Tor County Commissioner, subjcct to
, the action of the Democratic primaries.
Capt. G. M. Mattison is announced j,
i as a candidate for County Commissioner,
subject to the action o*f the Democratic
We are authorized to announce W.
H. Whitlock as a candidate for County
Capt. Joel W. Lites is announced as a
candidate for County Commissioner,
subject to the action of the Democratic
1 primaries. Troy.
s We are authorized to announce Mr.
W. D. Mann, as a candidate for County
Commissioner subject to the action of
The many friends of James A. McCord
announce him as a candidate for
re-election to the office of County Com- *
! missioner at the coming election, subject
to tho action of the Democratic qi
. primaries. at
' ? C
: An Ordinance i:
AGAINST GEKSK RUNNING AT te
1 T ii>ni.'' rvxr nuL' Livno r\ i.i d:
un.u\.( ij uii i iil'j 01 ivrjj:j i o ur
BE it Ordained by-the Town Council
of Abbeville, South Carolina and 'n
: by the authority of the same : ^
That it shall be unlawful, from this ^
i date, for any geese to run at large on
. the public streets of the town. It shall
be the duty of the town marshal to take
the some into custody. And the owner
. or owners of the same shall b'? required
. to pay over to the town treasurer the
( sum of one doliui?an costs.
J. S. HAMMOND, ,,,
Jones F. Miller, Intendant.
, Secretary. ,
' 'IX) PRESERVE QUIET AND ORDER
| JX THE TOWN OF ABBEVILLE.
BE it ordained by the Town of Abbe- c<
ville 3. C. and by the authority of th
the same. That Section 1 of an ordi- ct
nance to preserve quiet and order in the th
, Town of Abbeville be amended by m
striking out. the word ^Twenty" in., the tj
sixth line of said section and inserting Ci
iq lieu thereof the word "one hundred."
so that the said section shall read r That ?
if any person or persons shall commit -
assault and battery or shall in any man- H
ner whatever engage in any combat or J
fight within any private or public house
or any other place within the corporate
limits of Abbeville, such person or persons
may be fined at the discretion of
tho Council, not exceeding one hundred- -D
dollars or be imprisoned in lieu thereof, lo
J. S. HAMMOND.y 1*
Jokes F. Milled, Intendant.
nfi/iTfimn a mvntT -
! Town Election
Notice to the Voters of the [
Town of Abbeville. - '
PURSUANT to the Act of tbo General Assembly,
approved December 23, 1882.
parviu^i*nti/\n aP oil wnf/>?o n*K/v I????a trni. i*am*b .
t/i UII VUtViO fT IIU liayu ill/v L lO
tcred, iu the town of Abbevillo of the age of f
* twenty-ono years and of those who shall
* attain the age of twenty-ono years on or be:
fore the second Monday in September next, S
will be made at the Town Council office on u
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the 24th, B
; 25th, and 2Gth days of Juno, 1880.
. All voters who fails to register at the time
\ aforesaid will be deprived of the privilege of
voting at any regular or special municipal
election that may bo held in the town of Abbe*
ville before the annual registration.
t J. S. HAMMOND,
; JONES F.MILLER, Registrar. ,
' . c. casok. _ m. l. boniiam, jr.
> Z^IASON k BONIIAM, ' <
* \J \ ^ V
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
Abbeville, Sa C.
Will practice hi all the Courts'of tho State* j
; QENTRAL HTOEL,
Mrs. M. W. Thomas, Proprietress,
i Broad Street, Augusla, Ga. c?
LOBE HOTEL, U
VJT Augusta Qa,
J. B. Armstrong, Proprietor
t T '
PAVILLION HOTEL, * t
Charleston, 8. C. _
First olass in all its appointments. Rates, ^
Excellent Cuisne, large irjr rooms, Od
Passenger Elevator. Electric bell an
r lights. Hentod rotunda centrally located, v
3 Oct. 1, '84-tf _
*. B. vKurnxth. - ' w*. P. oAuroim 1
JTEMPH1LL k CALHOUN, |
a Attorneys at :LaW,
! ABWVItL*, 8. 0,
Will practice in all the C^orta of the 8tA U
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County ok Abbkvii.lk,
Court of Common Pleas.
uinmons for llolief.?Complaint not
imes II. ttallard and Thomas B. Cook'
next of kin &c., of Jemima Kemp deceased,
,IT T>^? ??.1 rlM D..1I 1
11. IU 411114 1 HUlil.k^ DillKKU,
Nancy Ballard, Margaret Mallard, Car
oline Dullard, Jackson Italian!, Fidella
Ballard, Geo. Ballard, Sarah Ballard,
Reuben Ballard, children of
Reuben II Ballard deceased, George
W. Ballard, James Ballard, Lucinda <
Case, Eunice Bullard, Mirriam CosIan,
Arrena Thompson, children of Jas. ]
Ballard deceased. Jemima l'enlan, and
Ij. C. Cook, children of Annice Cook
Amos Gilliam, Anna Cook, and
Jan") Noriuan, children of Nancy
Gilliam deceased, Reuben T. Ballard,
John Ballard, Thotnas Ballard, Malin
da Ballard, Margaret Ballard and
"NVylie Ballard, children of El ins Ballard?Defendants.
o said Defendants :
You ark Heuekhy Summoned and rcnircd
to answer the complaint in this
:tion, which is on file in the
lice of the Clerk of the said i
ourt, at Abbeville C. II., S. C.,
id to serve a copy of your answer to i
ic said complaint on the subscribers at I
icir office at Abbeville Court House, j
outli Carolina, within twenty days af;r
the servicc hereof, exclusive of tho i
ly of such service ; and if you fail to
nwer the complaint within the time
oresaid, the plaintilf in this action will
;iply to the Court for the relief dcanded
in the complaiut to wit: To 1
atain the possession of the tract of
ml now in the possession of Jacob H.
owie, situated in said^ County, and
Dated 12tl? February A. 1)., 1886.
M. G. ZEIGLEll, [l. s.]
C. C. 1\
rEKHIN & COT MR AN",
To the .absent Defendants ;
hotnas Ballard, Nancy Mallard, Margaret
Mallard, Caroline Ballard, Jackson
tallard. Fidelia Ballard, George Ballard,
Sarah Ballard. Reuben Ballard, Geo.
W. Ballard, Lucinda Case, Eunice
Ballard,Mirriam Coslan,Arrena Thonip- I
son, L C Cook, Jemima Penlan,Ainos (
Gilliam, Anna Oook, Jane Norman, ,
R. T. Ballard, John Ballard, Thomas ;
Ballard, Malinda Ballard, Margaret .
Ballard, and Wylie Ballard, as above
Please Take Notice that the. ]
implaint in this action together with '
ic summons of-which the above is a ^
>py is this day filed in the office of
le Clerk of the Circuit Court of Comon
Pleas for the saidfState and Coun'
at Abbeville Court House, South
tirolina. PiiuniN & CoturaN, 1
- Plaintiffs' Attorneys. !
Bridge to Let.
The bridge over Little River at Fairs,
ue West Township will be let to the
west responsible bidder on Friday
Jth August 1886 at o'clock a. tn.
W. T. Cowan,
. " County Commissioner.
rT~ EEP constantly on hand a full, and wel!
LV. selected stock of pure
>rug8, Chemicals etc., etc.
All the latest and popular lines of Paten
id Proprietary Medicincs.
le best" Liver Medicine, cures Dyspepsia,
ur Sale only by u?.
Try our BLACKBERRY CORDIAL fot
ummer Complaint; and our Compound Syr?i
Sarsaparilla with Iodide Potash, for the
BED BUG r OISOX,
ie most canvenient way of destroying these
| JOpf Q
all the Staple and Fashionable Colors
A full line of Fancy Goods,
'oiiet Articles, Stationery etc. etc.
Pho best brands ef
- Cigars, Tobacco, and Cigarctes.
A complete stock of White Leads, Paints
jUk, Varhishes, etc., etc., Puint Brushes
Window Olaas. '
Golden Machine Oil. - *
Wo sell tho celebrated Harrison Brother's
'repared Paint; th^otfft in the market.
Special attention paid to the
Physician's prescriptions: and fa.nily re*
i\aa Allii/I ut all nf /tnt* ami ni<vltf K?
i|ivo uiivu civ nil iiuui o ui w J u,pu*| vj
cperienccd and competent bands.
Orders by band or Mail, promptly attended
SPEED & NEDFFER.
April 29,1886. tf 83 .
, V. thomson. j. wv thom8om
J^HOMSON k THOMSON,
Attorneys at Law,
AbbbviLlk, 8. C.
o. 1 O'Neal Range.
JR. G. A. 3EUFFER,
m s _ j * _* n -
nysician ana surgeon,
Abbevili.e, 9. c.
eb.16, 188M' fr *
* 4*'' ** '** i'' '
Walhalla, s. G.
Hev. J. C. Bkodfueiiek, A. M., Chairman,
Professor of Mental and Moral Science, etc.
Marsual S. SriuuLiNO, A. II., Professor of
W. 1). Simpson, Jk., B. S., Professor of
E. A. Simpson, B. S., Professor of Natural
The Fall Session begins September 16tli,
18S0. Collegiate and A'ub-Collcgiatc classes.
Tuition and board remarkably moderate.
Health resort. A superior place for diligent,
mental application. For Circular, containing
further information, address any member of
the faculty, or
J. 1). VEJtNER.
President Hoard of Trustees.
jgTATE OF TOUTII CAROLINA,
County of Aubkvii.lb
Court of Common Picas.
B. K. Beacham, Agent, against H. A. Rich ey.
By virtue of an order of sale made in the
fibove stated case, I will offer for sale at pnblic
outcry at Abbeville Couit House, S. C.,
tin Saleday in September, 1880, within the
legal hours of sale, the followins described
property, situntc in said State and County,
to wit : All thnt tract or parcel of land near
the fowu of Abbeville, on Pendleton road containing
TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY
acres more or less, bounded by Pendleton
road, Francis Iiomax, K. E. Hill. Dr. J. I.
Martin, F. A. (Jiiojler and others.
Terms of Snlc?Cash. Purchaser to pay
the Master for papers.
J. C. KLUGI1
jgTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
col'i.ty ok abduville,
Court of Common Pleas.
A. J. Salinas A Son against Jesse C. Ellis.?
By virtue of an order of sale made in the
above stated case, I will offer for sale at public
outcrv at Abbeville C. II., S. C., oh saleday
in September, 1880, witllin the legal hours
[>f sale, the following described property, situate
in said Mate and County, to wit: One
Brick Store with the lot on which it is built,
being the north half of the Phoenix Building
in the town of Hodges, bounded by store of
Robertson Saylor & Co., by lands of O. M.
Hodges, Jjy the public square and *tho Abberille
Also, one lot in the town of Hodges, with a
building thereon, said lot containing
more or less.
Terms of Said?Ono third cash, balance in
twelve months with iaterost, scoured by .bond
>f the purchaser and a mortgage of the premises.
Purchaser to pay the Master for papers
J. C. KLUGH,
. .?. *
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restores, with the gloss and freshness of
youth, faded or gray hair to a natural, rich
brown color, or deep black, as may be desired.
By its use light or red hair may be darkened,
thin hair thickencd, and baldness often,
though not always, cured.
It ohecks falling of the liair, and stlmn.i.kln
? ww?a auu aiunij g&iiwtu fcu x
prevents and euros scurf and dandruff, and
heals nearly every. disease peculiar to the
scalp. A* a Ladles' Hair Dressing, tbe " "
Vioob is unequalled; It contains neither oil
nor dye, renders the hair soft, glossy, and .
silken in appearance, and imparts a delicate, )
agreeable, and lasting perfume.
Mr. G. P. Brichrr writes from JCtrby, O.. '
July 3,1882: " Last fall my hair commenced t
falling out, and In a short time I became
nearly bald. I used part of a bottle ot e
ybr'b Hair Vigor, whloh stopped the fall*
tng of the hair, and started a new growth: I ,
have now a full head of balr growlng'vlgo* '
ously, and am convinced that but for tht
use of your preparation I should hare beeb
J. W. Bow*if, proprietor of the Me Arthur
(Ohio) Enquirer, says:" Aykr's Hair Vigor
is a moat exoellent preparation for the hair. *
I speak of It from my own experience. Its
use promotes the growth of new hair, and
makes it glossy ana soft. The Vioob is also
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knowledge haa the preparation ersr failed
to gire entire satisfaction."
Mr. Axotti Fairbaibw, leader of the
celebrated "Fairbairn Family" of 8oottlsh
Vocalists, writes from Bonton, Mcut., Feb. 0, f
1880: " Ever since my hair began to give all.'
very evidence of the change whioh fleeting r
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Vioob, and,90 have been able to maintain <
an appearance of youthfulness?a matter of
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Mrs. O. A. Pbesco*t, writing from M Elm
8t~ Ckarlestovm, Mcut., April 14, 1882, says:
" Two vears airo abont two-thirds of mvtmlr
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was /completely covered with short hair. It
has continued to grow, and Is now m good m
, before It (ell. 1 regularly used but one bottle
of the Vions, but uow use It occasionally as ,
a dressing." , 1
We have hundreds of aUnllar testimonials
to the efflcaey of Am'S^^TAiu Viaeu. it
aeads but a trial to eonrtnoe the most skoptieel
of Its value.
nuvAKSD BT )
Dr. J. C. Ay er & Co., Lowell, Mm?.
Sold by all Druggist*.
TOD VISIT AITfiHSTA.
DON'T forget to so to the elegant bar of
R S Anderson, in tbo Augusta Hotel.
Dick Anderson is anatire of Abbeville county
although for a good many years he has
been doing buaiqesa at Edgefield Courthouse.
Whilo stopping in Augusta you can get no
morr elegant place to atop than at-the Angusta
Hotel. Mr. Doolittle, tke proprietor, is tbo
boos hotel 01*0.of Vba South. .
Jane 8th, % mo* R. S. Asderson
f Ymm !
! Ul 1 JJlllUllj I
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incnt of 1
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, I
Dye Stuffs, Varnishes &c. 1
^LSO ALL THE POPULAR 1
Patent Medicines now in use, I
many of them Non-sccret propar I
rations, consisting of the very I
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so necessary to Woman's com for I
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qur line of j
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consisting of Colognes, foreign I
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Soaps from the cheapest to the I
Hair, tooth, nail, shaving i
shoe and clothes - 7?
COMBS OF ALL SORTS.
ALSO many articles for ilousheol / I
Cooking Purposes? - and I
Baking Powders, Extracts and 7 -fl
Spices, and Vinegar. I
Close Attention Ci<en
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Hours, Night and Day ,^|
Tarnip Seed. J
BUIST'S new crop Turnip Seed-. AU
rieticS." 25 cents per pound. At '
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OPENS first Monday in October. A thor- v|
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ite cost. The entire expenses for the nine I
nontha need not exceed $105. ]
Send for catalogne. Wm. GRIER, |
President.- . a
Aug. 2, '86 - ^-33
Duo West :
^ESSION opens first Monday of October. ^^||jj
Ten teachers. Ten pianos in constant use / J
Facilities in French and Music, Instrument Vj?l
al and Vocal, unsurpassed.
Prospects of the College were never brighir.^j^ra
Whole cost of Hoard and regular Tuition- ;|
or vear $105.00. ^
For catalogue apply to .
J. P. KENNEDY,
July 15th, 1880. I
notice to supervisors. I
THE Supervisors of tlie several hi^h-way J
districts iu this county are hereby not!ied
and required to have all roada under 'H
heir supervision worked by August 20, 1886. , >;
D. L. MARRY, , *
Clerk B. C. C. 1
Aug. 2, 188G. , _
J AS. Cr. BAILIE & SONS. I
DEALERS I2ST I
Carpet*, Oil Clths, Wltidow Curtain
and.. Shades, 1
WALL, PAPERS,. BORDERS AKM
DADOES, * J
Hearth Rugs, Door Mats &o
714 BROAD STREET, |
tA'Stt AUGUSTA, ttl||
yjALTER L. MILLER, f||||
JudgeThomion. ^ oct 21, *85. ljjjM