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YI'KSDAY, December 7, 1880.
Subscription $2 00
It strikes us that much valuable time
i? taken up in our Legislature in diecusKing
useless prohibition bills. Take
th?> Anderson bill for instance. We
would liko to know how much "dryer"
the most ardent Prohibitionint could
wish that county. Since tho recent
election at Anderson Court House, if
we are rightly informed, after the first
of January, no liquor will be sold legal*'*
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ly wnniD me uuiuuid ui ?nv?..uu..
county. Now whnt^ more could they
want? What is the use of consuming
valuable time in the Legislature discussing
a measure which is virtually soiled
?at least for one year? Are ihe Prohibitionists
afraid to^abide the year's
trial ? It looks very muoh that way.
The satne.is truejof Abbeville^ county.
Why force a measure and an issue on
our people when we already have legislation
enough on tho subject? Why
not wait and see how Anderson docs as
a dry county before forcing the issuo on
us ? We are not opposed to prohibition.
and do not wish to be so construed
but we arc opposed jto any^further., legislation
on the subject, and do not think
it will redound to the good of our county,
(:ithcr morally, socially 01 politically.
We believe we are suffering now
from too much legislation, and that in
the house of our friends, we ought to be
saved from any further infliction on
Crazes, even though popular, are not
vlways right, and we think this prohibi
lion movement amounts to little uiore
and trust that our county may be spared
Wo are afraid that tho tendency of
pome of tho members of the Legislature
to economize may be carried too
fur, but trust that the conservative element
of our General Assembly, which
seems now to preponderate, may keep in
check all wild economists.
We are fls^stannch advocates of economy
as any one can be. Hut our understanding
of economy is not the niggardly
doling oat of State offices to the
lowest bidders. We believe that our
fttate officers should be men of undoubted
culture and refinement, and we
also believe they should be paid sach a
salary as watt Id put them above and be
The bill recently introduced "in the
Jui'pslatnre to make a wholesale reduction
in the salaries of State officers has
inet with its proper fate in being silled
so early. When the bench of South
Caroling is to be let to the lowest bidder
who but a jack-leg lawyer, or a sheister,
will condescend to sit upon it.
, When that day does come, it were better
for uc. if God in his mercy would
** ipe our State from the face of the
earth. ho that future generations, bone
of #>ur bone, and flesh of our flesh, may
jiot rhe up to aursc as.
Oil AND JURIES.
Wc hope the hill introduced by Mr.
Aldrich, in reference to Grand Juries
will become law. We thir.'i the bill a
good one, and believe it will serve a
The proposed bill makes the Grand
^ury a continuing body. It provides for
the drawing in 1888 of two venires of
nine each, pne of the venires to serve for
one year and the other for two years.
Waoh year after that only nine grand
jurors will bo drawn to serve for two
years. Thus on every panel there will
be nine old jurors and nine new ones.
The old ones will be familiar with county
affairs ?nd its duties generally, and
business will be more readily dispatched.
Any reform attempted, will have
two years for its completion and a more
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vigilant watch can be kept upon public
The bill is a good one and it ought to
pans both houses.
We are glad to state that the South
Carolina Presbytery at its recent ses
fcion in peneoa uuy, titer a thorough
examination by a committee, dismissed
the ohtrges against the Rev. P. p. MulIaHy,
as being entirely unfounded. Dr.
MuUaMy his many friends in Abbeville
who will be glad, though not snrprised,
to hear of his complete vindication,
Bubscrit-o to Tiik Mkssknqeb.
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DEATH OF GOVEU.NOK PBRltT.
Many South Caroliuuns will Wo pained
to learn of the death of this noble "old
Roman," which occurred at his residence,
near Greenville, on last Friday
Gov. I'errv has been prominent in the
State for a number of years, though
latterly he has led a retired life. Mis
lUkitiSftnc linu'ni'DP Intvn n! vvuvg ttomi I
respected, fur it was known that he
was conscientious in expressing them.
Governor Perry was the Provisional
Governor of this .State immediately after
the war, and did all that he could to
restore the peaceful condition which
was our wont before those- stormy limes.
In his death the State has lost one of
her ablest and most patriotic sons.
Foac? to his ashes.
THE BAR ASSOCIATION.
The second annual meeting of the
South Carolina Bar Association was
held in Columbia la?t week. The annual
address was made by J udge Cooley, of
Michigan, and wa:t a most scholarly
one. Several of our contemporaries
want to know why a hue and cry is not
raised against this association, as was
against the Farmers' Convention. Probably
they would not have to dive deep to
find out. Upon a little reflection it will
be seen that politics were not mentioned,
and they only discussed matters pertaining
to theit profession. If the farmers
had done the 6ara? thing, we venture the
assertion that there is not a paper in the
State but what would havo commended
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iiiav acuuii. >v o wuiiuui n mujr hlt iuu
Governor Richardson's inaugural address
was a scholarly, chaste one. If he
makes as good a Chief Executive as his
line of policy would seem to indicate,
we are sure the State will lose nothing
at hiu hands.
A Negro Lynched.
A negro named Ctesar Robinson was
lynched at Florence Tuesday night for
attempting an outrage upon a young
We learn that the intended victim of
the negro was walking unattended along
the railroad, about two miles from Florence,
as was her custom, when he made
the attempt. Fortunately at that moment
onmn mi\ aii f a c tlin tirAAila '
avuiu u ii j tv; uuj r? vmuu uui wi iiiu ?? uuvio
near by. upon which th* negro, evidently
under the apprehension that grown
persons were in the \ ieinity, made his
escape. The girl returned to Florence,
where her futher and brother work in
the railroad shops, and she reported the
This all transpired about 10 o'clok
lust Monday morning. That night a
part}' of citicens caught the negro on a
material train when they bound him and
took him to the guard house. He denied
his guilt, but on Tuesday he was
taken to the girl's home where he was
positively identified. He claimed that
his brother looked like biin and probtbly
h? was the guilty party, but the
aeirl knew her assailant. At ?nv rnt
Robinson was taken beck to prison and
his brother taken before the girl, who
promptly acquitted him of the crime.
Tuesday, about 6 P. M., the lynchers
began to assemble, seeing which negroes
lso gathered in front of the guarde
ahouse to defend the prisoner. Th
lynchers, however, attacked the rear of
the prison and in a short time hanged
Robinson to a tree in the yard. Several
shots were firodby negroes at the lynching
party, but volley from the latter soon
put them to flight.?('olumbia Evening
Due West Dots.
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i h? viijuj-eu a jiun 01 country lire
last week for three or four days.
Mips Sallie Irwin and Mr. Willie Irwin
are guests of fiev. W. F. Pearson.
Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. Mattox are occupying
Dr. Baskin's house in the upper
part of town.
We acknowledge the ''Announcement
Cards,'' of the marriage of Rev.
James MofFatt and Miss Jennie M. Grier.
Tnis card is fashionable now. The
happy couple, we learri; are most pleasantly
situated at Charlotte, N. C. Mr.
MofFatt is a brilliant young minister and
they have a bright future before them.
The young men had some fine sport
on our streets Monday of the snow.
Maj. Nance is expecting a car-load of
fine hogs very soon.
Death has entered another home in
our midst, and it is made snd because a
bright little flower hat* been plucked.
The youngest little girl of Mr. John D.
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muuiici uitsu on iBgi Dioutm morning at
5 o'clock. On Monday morning at 10
o'clock funeral services were conducted
at the residence by Dr. W. L. Prossly,
and the precious dust was laid to rest.
Our oldest citizen** say there has been
nothing to equal this snow on tho 1st
The Government Signal Service offi-"
ear has been here and Professor Ilood,
who takes great interest in it, is soon to
have his weather flags flying, They will
be interesting objects tojthu town.
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Cotton has been coming in very slowly
Tor the past week. Only about two
hundred bales during the whole week
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The General Assembly.
Cokt'MMa, Decmnbur 2.
The Senate spout a great ileal of time today,
in accomplishing \ cry meajrre result*.
Less lliuu one p?ce of a Calendar of tivc
paged was disposed oi in a session of four
The privileges of the !l<?or were extended to
Judge Cooler, of Micliiguu.
1'resident Mauldiu appointed as the Senate
members of the joint committee to investigate
the Columbia Cmiul. SoiiMtiirB Sliirli \l<<tiuu.
ter aud Patterson. Senator Sligli is against
the Canal, Senator McMaster for it and Senator
Patterson is rather neutral and wouldn't
mind giving the work to the city.
I.eave was granted the Senate mcmbvra of
the committee to i einniu away from the chamber
to-day and to-morrow.
Senator Erwin offered a concurrcnt resolution
asking the support of our Seuutors and
Representatives In Congress for the House
bill establishing agricultural experimental
stations. Placed on the Calendar.
Senator Smy the proposed a concurrent resolution
that the attorney general be directed
to collect the amount due the State on the
judgment recovered against Corbiu A Stone.
A House concurrent resolution that a joint
committee be appointed to investigate the
phosphate interests was referred to the committee
on mines and mining.
The judiciary committee reported a bill to
repeal the Act regulating the admission ol foreign
surety companies to do business in this
State. This committee reported favorably the
bill requiriug the production of State registration
certificates to entitle persons to vote at
municipul, railroad or other spcciui elections.
An unfavorable report wns made ou the bill
authorizing couuty auditors to destroy tax re
turns after two years, and it was killed. The
committee on rules reported a new joint rule
to govern the General Assembly in their action
ATTACKING THIt CALENDAR.
The only bill on tfie Calendar for a third
.readinv; h id that providing for a reassessment
of property in portions of Charleston, Berkeley
and Colleton. It passed unamended and
without debate, aud went to the House.
The Calendar of second reading bills had
been greatly augunieuted siuce yesterday, and
nuw contained forty-three measures.
Combativeuess was speedily developed.
Hardly u measure passed without debate, and
the work of the body was consequently limited
The bill authorizing county treasurers and
school commissioners to borrow money with
which lo pay school teachers' certificates occasioned
the tirst (i^lit. It had been unfavorably
reported by the committee.
Senator l'aticrson moved lo tab e the committee's
report and take up ttie bill, and
supported tiis motion in a vigorous speccli.
ben&lor Mc.Master supported the motion,
which was opposed by Senator Moody, llemphill
and ;->mvthe. The motion was lost bv a
vote of 13 to 21, and the bill was killed.
The next debate was 011 the bill amending
tho ehartiT of the lilackville aud Alston Kaitroad.
Senator Murray, to curry out the provisions
of the proposed bill requiring the
Kresensation of State registration certificates
y all voters at railroad or other elections,
moved to strike out a provision in the bill that
registration snail not be required as a qualitication
for voting at an election proposed in
the measure. Senator Muuro moved to table
th? motion Lost?yeas 10, nays ID.
Senator Youinans, speaking to the motion
of the Senator Irom Anderson, argued against
it, not because be bad any interest in the railroad
election, but because be tuou^lit it unwise
to ao any thing to stimulate activity in
registration. His reason would be readily
uudcrstooy by the Senator. He thoimht that
there was a political danger iu (he proposition
to compel registration* X'tiis suggestion had
its effect aud Senator Murray's ameiutuient
failed to pass by a vote ot 17 to 18. The bill
A resolution, rccomnieuded by all but two
members ot tue railroad committee, that loo
committee be authorized to employ a clerk,
wan stoutly opposed by several Senators, who
maintained ttiat there wus no need ol* such an
Senator Munro moved to table tlic resolution.
Lost?yeas 13, nays 2^. (
Senator I'kUersuu proposed an amendment
that tbe President appoint a e'erk to servo
on such committees as required bis services.
This was adopted after debate, and in its
auiended term the resolution passed.
The Charleston horizontal aaiury reduction
bill passed with the following amendments by
the delegation ottered through Senator
Smytlie: The salary of the coionor is fixed at
$2,<100 instead of $1,800 as proposed. N??w
sections were added providiuo ( 1,) that from
aud after the passage of tbo Act no witness or
ether tecs or mileage shall be paid to witnesses
iu any criminal cases in tbe County of j
Charleston, and (2,) that the Act shall go into
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The concurrent resolution carrying out the
memorial of the City Council of Charleston in
regard to the Jetties was unanimously adopted,
with the addition of an amendment by
Senator Buiat that copies of the proposed
memorial to Congress and thu President shall
be sent to the Governors of the several States,
with a request for their co-operation.
Senator Wofford'a concurrent resolution authorising
the board of agriculture to erect
building and make an exhibit of the resources
of the Mate at the proposed Inter-State ouiurner
agricultural enoampment at Spartanburg
was oppoMed bv Senator Moody, who moved
to strike ont the resolving clause.
Senator Wotford defeuded the resolution,
lie Plated that tjie board already had the
power to uiake the exhibit, but that it was desired
that this resolution should pass because
it would give the ollicial approval of (he Slate
to the enterprise and increase the prestige of
| Senator Moody retorted with a racy attack
on the financial methods of th? riciinrtin..iii
of agriculture. Ilu wanted the board bold to
responsibility for its expenditure!! and thought
that it should expend uo money except on appropriations
by tne Legislature. He made an
allusion to the expenditure of |10,000 on The
New Orleans World's Fraud.
Seuator Woodward spoke of the utility of the
proposed exhibit, winch was approved by
the board and commissioner of agricuture:
After further debate between the three Senators
Senator Moody's motion was lost?yeas
#, rays 26.
Senator Murray offered an amendment proriding
that no building be crected unless the
site be deeded to the State, and limiting the
expenditure to $1,01)0. This was adopted and
the resolution passed.
VIOBTIMO rill TUITION .
At 1 o'clock Senator Edwards called for the
special order, his bill providing that a tuition
fee of$60 be charged students in the South
Carolina College. This bill had been unfavorably
reported b^r the judiciary committee. A
minority, one-ioira 01 me committeo had reported
n favor of a tuition fceof$60. Senator
Edwards movod to indrfinitcly pout pone the
report of the committee and take up th* bill.
Upon thia he mode a forcible speech, derating
himself largely to the constitutional and legalaspocts
of the proposition.
Senator Edward's speech lasted for an hour
and a half. At its conclusion, Senator lular
moved to discharge the special order and make
it the special order for Wednesday of next
week, at 12.o'clock. Agreed to without
The work on the Calendar waa resumed. Beyond
the bills alrwady noticed aa having been
<i:scuss?d the following passed thoir second ,
reading: Bills to amend Section 2,487 of tho ;
OeneyAf, Statutes in relation to burning or '
cuttini#'.untonnnted houses; concurrent reso- i 1
lufcion axkititf.jthu repeal of tho ten per cent'
lax on circulation ot' State banks. I
It WR8 3.15 I'. M* before the Senate adjourned.
ll will meet lo-morrowut 10 o'clock.
The House of Heprcaentives began work
at It) o'clock this morning, and kept at work
for tire hours. There were one or two short
forensic ?|>rtra, but nothing which developed a
ac'juie. Rim ?h h conscqucuce a (food deal 01
legislation of its kind was disposed of. Four
bilts recived a final reading, viz.: The bill
abolishing the salary of the Lieutenant O >vcrnor:
the bill changing the grand jury svstein;
the bill authorizing form en of grand
juries to administer oaths tc witnesses, and
in reference to the Courts in the Seventh
A resolution introduced by Mr. Blackwell
of Edgefield, was adopted providing for the
appointment of a joint committee of three
Senators and five Representees "to investigate
the phosphate interests of the State with
a view ot finding out what increase, if any
can be made iu the phosphate royalty., "with
power to sond for persons and papers.
The bill to amend the charter of the N*u*
and Courier Company was favorably reported
by the committee on incorporations.
After an hourvpent in (getting through the
moroing hour formula the House turned its
attention to the Calendar, whioh now contains
eighty-six bills, and which is growing at the
rate of about thirty bills per aay.
rni CHARLESTON 8AI.AKT DILI*
The first on the Calendar was the horizontal
salary bill in reference to the county officers
in Charleston. As foreshadowed in tbia correspondence
the bill was amended by the
Charleston dclegatior, the coroner's salary
being placed at $2,000, instead of $1,81)0 as in
the original bill. Another very important
amendment was alsomade bv the addition of
a Section 16, providing that hereafter noither
fees nor mileage ahull he paid to witnesses incriminal
canes. This it a return to the old law
which will curtail (he court expenesu several
thousand dollars per annum. The Act ia to
take effect immedirtcly after its approval by
TUB RAKNWK1.L DILI..
The next bill reached was the me repealing
to the Barnwell Prohibition Act. When the title
was atmunced by the Speaker |there was a
general squaring around and sharpening of
teneiN at the roporters table, a lively fight
aviug been anticiputed. Contrary to all expectations,
however, the bill went through
without anv one saying a word, and was ordered
to he engrossed for a third] reading,
which it will receive to-morrow. The bill to
repeal the lien law was postponed until Tuesday
next, and then the bill to create
A TKEASUKY 11K9KUVK Jvi~ND
wan taken up. Dr. Pope, whose oyes are never
shut, and who never leave hia neat nor allows
any bill of any character to pass without
watching it carefully in all its provision#, was
on his feet immediately with a motion to strike
out the enacting clause.
^Dr. l'ope earnestly and eloquently reiterated
hi.* belief that the taxes could not be reduced
without using the fund.
At this point a motion was made and carried
to^aujourn the debatet-until tomorrow,the
House evidently not Deing sufficiently
Kstcd to vote intelligently on the subject
iu following are the provisions of tha
Whereas thare are now in the treasury of
the State various sums of money, &c., and
whereas it is probable that portion of said
sums of money will be required for the said
objects and it is very doubtful when any conquerable
portion will be needed fur said
purposes; and whereas it is desired that in
future there shall be no collection of taxes till
the end of each fiscal year; and whereas, if
there is .no spring collection provision must
be made for the expenaes of the Government
due aud puyble before the anuual collection;
it faceted, Ac., That the sums of money
hereiuaftcr named be aud they are hereby,
appropriated to a fund to be known and designated
aa the treasury reserve fuud, that
is to say funds of the finking fuud commission
fortr-uix thousand six hundred and fortyseven
dollars andleighteen cents; ''United
Stated direct tax, thity-niue thousand two
hundred aud forty-fonr dollars aud thirtynine;
"schools and county taxes paid UDder
protest," two hundred and twenty-ninei dol
tars j andX*eventy-six cents, "interest appropriatea
for bonds not jut funded, "uno
hundred and eighty-six thouraud dollars.
8bc. S. That said fund shall be held by tho
Treasur of the State of South Carolina to be
used in payment of all interest due upon the
bonded debt of the State, and appropriations
made by tho General Assembly, iucludiugai
ies of all otEcers whose salaries .ro payable
from the State treasury: Provided, There be
tin other fund In the treasury applicable
thereto. And when the taxes aru collected
and paid Into the State treasury the treasurer
Bhall at once, from said clolection, replace
the amount of suit! reserve fund whicli bus been
used, after lirsl payment from said collection
all others claims due pajment by the State:
and he shail in each annual report inform tho
Ueneral Assembly whether sucii reserve fund
has been sullicient, and if not what is the detieucy;
or, if excess of requirements be shall
report tbo amount of such exce&s, said fund to
bo used uuil ronlaced as bereinbeiore din-cied
id each succeeding fiscal year.
Skc.3. It'at any time an expenditure on
account of auy of the objects tor which the
sums aforesaid have heretofore been appropriated
because necessary the treasurer ianereby
aurthorised to apply to such object* any pari
of the reserve fund, or auy other funda'in his
bauds, or which may come into hia hand, not
otherwise specifically appropriated.
AMKNDIMtf TBI CUIXINAL LAW.
The bill to allow defendant in criminal
cases residing beyond the limits of the State
whicli wsa reported favorably bv the junieiary
committee was opposed by Mr. Hyde, oif
Finallv, after beiug amended aud reconsidered
and patched up (he bill was ordered to
be engrossed in a shape which ita author
could scarcely rccoguise
The lawyers of the Horse had another
pleasant timo licking into shape a bill to
sections 2/224,2.235 and 2,248 of the General
States, relating to the Constitution, par and
duties of jury commissioner. There wai no
discussion, but nearly an hour waa spent in
amending revising'and reconsidering and the
hill will have to be engrossed before an intelligent
summary of its provision* oan be
Before adjourning, the House managed to
clear its Calendar of over twenty bills among
which besidos those enumerated aobov are the
following: Bills to amend tfte law in reference
to the time of holding Courts in the First circuit
to pay for repairs to the Citadel Academy:
to amend tbe charter of tbe Cheater and
Camden Railroad Company; to incorporate
the Supreme Council of the Hons of tbe Elect
to charter tha Atlantic Self-Endowment Association;
to charte The Jfewt and Couritr Job
Printing Company; to amend the foreign
co-operative assement companies law.
Mr. Haskell'a Constitutional Convention
res8iuti?n was made trie special ortfor Tor
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THE STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA.
Coi'xty ok AdBKVII,1)E.
Ex I'arte Thomas S. Williams, Administrator
Petition fok Sktti.kmkxt ani> Dischauck.
The above-named Petitioner as Administrator
of the Estate of Amandn
Johnson, deceased, having tiled his petition
for settlement and discharge, it is
ordered that THURSDAY, the SECOND
DAY OF DECEMBER NEXT, be fixed
for the Settlement and discharge as
J. FULLER LYON,
Judge Probate Court.
1 ft BEDSTEADS at prices from $2.50
lOU to $15, cash
500 Chairs at prices from 50 cunts to $1.00
Washstanda at " " $1.00 to $12 00
Bureaus from $6, to $25. cash
CHAMBER SuitsteB pieces at prices from
WARDROBES, solid walnut and painted
at low prices
J/attressea at nrices from $2.50 to $C cash
Marble top tables
"I DINING Extension Tables, 6, 8 and 10
1 U feet long, "t prices from 80 cunts to $1.50
per foot All of best quality.
run unc 01 an oilier trooils kept in stock, at
.T. D. CHALMERS A CO.
Notice to Creditors.
THE STATE .OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Coi*y'y of Adkkvii.lk,
Carrie Clinkscalea, Administratrix of the Est
tate of IlezckiaV L. Clinkscalcs, deceased,
Plaintiff, amnios Henry P. McGliec, Defendant.
ITNDER tin order of the Court in the abort
J stated cane, the creditors of H. I.. Clinkscales,
deceased, are hereby notified unil required
to present nnd prove their demand*
before me within THIRTY (30) DAYS from
J. C. KLUGH.
Dated Oct. 19, 1RS6. it
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
ALL PARTIES arc hereby forbiddentor
hunt, fish, or in anywise' trespass upon
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me luiuis 111 me undersigned. The full penalty
?f the law will be enforced against nil
such. J. If. LATIMER.
J. W. W. MARSHALL.
rPHE only genuine "Geo. H. Zeigler" Shoes
X ever offered in this market.
R. M. HADDON A OO.
Sep 14 tf
C. Aultman k Co., against T. C Stuart and F.
BY virtne of an Execution to me directed,
in the above stated case, I will sell to the
highest bidder, at Public Auction, within the
local hours of sale, at Abbevill Court House,
on Monday, the sixth day of December, 1886'
all the right, title and interest of V. M. Pope
in the following described property, to wit:
All that tract or parcel of land, situate, lying
and being in the Town of Ninety-Six, in the
County of Abbeville, South Carolina, and
more or less, with the two and a half story
dwelling thereon?being the residence of Said
Defendant. Levied on and to be sold as the
property of F M. Popo to satisfy the aforesaid
Execution and costs. TERMS?Cash.
J. F, C. DuPRE,
Sheriff Abbeville CountV.
1 AMES S .PEBRIN
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Abbbvillb, 8. C
^ALTER L. MILLER,
Attomoy at Law,
-A BUKVILLK, 8. C.
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Jjntporholt. For sale by T, C. I'erri
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l/'lll NTV UK A mil'.VII.I.K.
In the Probate t/'oift.
Citation f<>r Loiter* of Administration.
J. FL'LI.KU I.VOX, Ert<|., Probate Judge
Wukhkas, SI. <}. Ziogler, C. C. 1* , made
suit t<> 1110 to grant him Letters of Aaminixtration
of the Estate and K fleets of Kitty Du
Hose. late of Abbeville county, deceased,
Tliese are therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors of
tlie said Kitty l>u Ho.sc, deceased, that they
lie and appear before me, in the Court of l'robate,
to lie held at Abbeville C. II., on WED- v
NKSDAV, DECKMHKH 22, 1880, utter publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause if anv they have, why the naid
Administration should not he granted.
liiven under my hand und seal this 10th
day of November, in the year of our Lord ono
thousand eight hundred and eighty-Mix, and
in the 111th year of American Indeneniicnce.
Published*on the ltith day of N'nvembor,
1886, in the Mksnknokh, and on thu Court
House door for the time required bv law.
J. KIT1.T.RH I vnv
Judge Probate Court.
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L. W. PBKKIN. T. P. COTHKAR.
pKRHIX k COTHRAX,
Attorneys at Law
AVBKVILLK, 8. 0. *
jgJUGBNE B. GARY,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law?
Awviue, 8. C.
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