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THE ABBEVILLE PRESS AND BANNER.
BY W. A. LEE AFT) HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE, S. C., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1869. VOLUM^VtS^T^
EMPORIUM OF FASHION.
Fall and Winter, 1869?SpecialtiesDry
Goods and Millinery.
Messrs. Fowllh & McDonald aro
now bottcr prepared to show tho Ladies
of Abbovillo District a handsome
stock of Dry Goods than ever before.
Tho Ladies aro especially invited to
examino their 6tock beforo buying.
They will always strivo to keep goods
suited to tho ttfsto of tho Ladies of
our District. In tho Dress Goods Deportment
tlioy have beautiful plain,
striped and plaid Poplins, DcLanes,
"Rrnnnooo T> T,-M 1
jurui^/ivoo VlUtll^ JLVUjJ^j i? lUIJUt'ltjj
Silks, ctc., Black Alpacas, Opera
Flannol, DeBagcs and Silks. Tlicy
have a full stock of House Furnishing
Goods in Blankets, Counterpanes,
Sheetings, Towclings, Curtain Materials,
Shades, Tabic Damasks, Diapers,
."Long Cloths, Napkins, Doylas, Linens,
Carpotings, and Wall Papering.
Also, Hosiery, Gloves, Braids, Tapes,
Jlankcrchiefs and everything in
White Goods.
In the Gentlemen's Furnishing Department
they have a splendid lino
of Cloths, Cassiuiercs, Corduroys,
Jeans, Kerseys, Shawls, Collars,
Cuffs, Cravats, Jlose, Suspenders,
Shirt Fronts, Gloves, Shirts, and
Drawers.
Abbeville can boast of as fine a
Millinery ITousc as any in in the
;Statc of South Carolina?in fact, as
....J ... <1.1 J v.11^, iiuuu ur
South. The stock will com pure with
any Retail House in Charleston, Haiti
more or New York. The Ladies
Can have 110 plea for sending oil" i'or
their millinery any longer, i'or Messrs.
Fowler & McDonald can show as pretty
goods, as fine goods, as etylish
goods as can be found in Baltimore
or New York. And, besides, they J
can prove their prices to be i'rom -5
to 50 percent, lower than ciiy prices.
They have every style of Hat aiiJ
Bonnet that is out. Should any new
and novel style make its appearance
in New York, they have arrangements
by which to get it immediately,
hence there is no necessity for the Ladies
of Abbeville to pay cilv prices
when they can do better at home.
Mrs. Sassard has had experience,
both in Europe and America, and, we
think, has the confidence of every
Lady of taste in Abbeville. She is
assisted by Mrs. Jno. A. Wier whose
good taste and skill in this Depart- |
ment is well known to the Ladies of J
Abbeville, and will always be pleased i
to eeo her friends at the Emporium of
of Fashion. .Mrs. Sassard and Airs. |
Wier will take pleasure to show the
I.adies, Flowers, Feathers, Bridal!
W! /??.fiia pi... *.! n..? i
-? . vi uaiuv^iiv^ j
Ribbons, Sashes, Curls. Switches.
Chignons, Embroidered and Braided i
Yokes and Bands, Skirts, Corsets, i
Pads, Breast Protectors, Buttons, i
Trimmings, Laces, Edgings, Cloaks, I
Shawls, Nubias, Hoods, Fur Capes i
und Mulls, Breaki'ast Shawls, Collars,
Cults, Chemisetts, Necklaces,
Shell and Gold Beads, cut and uncut
Velvets, Satins, Silks, trimmed and
untrimmed Patterns for all kinds of
Ladies' and Misses' Garments from
>j. Butteriek & Co., and Madame
J)einore6t, of New York, Pouches,
Netts, Illusions, etc., etc.
They pay particular attention to
the getting up of Bridal Bonnets.
Yeilw, etc., and promptly attend to all
orders from a distance.
Salesmen in "Drv floods Dnnnvfmnnt
?Jus. W. Fowler, W. T. McDonald,
Marshall P. DcBruhl.
Millinery Department?Mrs. Sasaard
and Mrs. Wier.
By adhering strietly to the cash system
they aro enabled to sell fine goods
at reasonable prices.
Valuable Lands for ?ale in Abbeville.
Important to Laud
Buyers.
yM ACRE lot in Greenwood, with flue
improvement(>; 80 acn-s ill oriiiinnl
forest?large young orchard. This place can
be bought low, as the owner hiis no me Tor it.
Two 10 acre luU ou main stieet, in &aui6 village,
well improved.
Three vacant Iota near depot, desirably located,
greater portion of eacli in forest, contain iug
from 30 to 200 acres. One tract of 800
acrea. known as White Hull; 300 acres in forest,
CO acres prime bottoms; well improved,
and contains an exce'leut store bouse, and is a
good mercantile Maud.
une larin on r-aiofla river, of 35U ncres, )2o
in foreat. 20 acres in uew bottoms, 100 acres
of upland* fin" for cotton, all under good fence,
comfortably improved for tenants. Excellent
falls ou the riyer and will adapted to machinery.
One form adjoininp the above on Turkey
creek, of 450 acre*, 100 acres upland clcared,
CO acre* good bottom*, balance in original for
est Bud pines, fencing good, and good tenunt
houses.
One fattn of '22 acres, in Edgefield, five
miles from Ninety Six depot, G5 /icres iu culli?
Vation, orchaid from 3 to 4 acres, trees in good
condition. Thin place is well improved.
Ooe farm of 800 acres, iu Edgefield?excelent
timber.
One farm of 900 acress, in Abbeville, on
Cromer'a creek. 100 acrea in bottoms, well improved
for tenant*.
One farm of 300 acrea, on mme creek, superior
cotton land 125 acres of superior bottoms?-io
fine condition.
Ooe farm of 600 acres, on same creek, superior
improvements for family residence; land
of tbe first quality.
The above lands can be bought low.
For termB apply to the Land Company, at
Greenwood. J. T. PARKS,
W. K. Blakb, President.
Secretary. 25 tf
CLOTHING EMPORIUM.
W. T. HOKE
Offers for sale a large aod well selected stock of
CLOTHING,
Gentleman's Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Trunks, Umbrellas, See., which were
bought at low prices aud will be sold cheap.
North Carolina Bank Bills bought.
Store on Main Street, a few doom below
the Columbia Hotel.
Oct 6, 1660, 34?2m
fall assortment of
Brandies, wines, whiskies
malt liquors.
Always otJ band and (or sale bf
m J. KNOX A Co.,
m
9
I
NOW OPENING. j
OUR MB. JONES bas just return- j
ed from tbe North, with a second
and larger Stock of GOODS than usual, to -i
supply our trade wilb. Tbe most careless j
observer cannot but have noticed the de- t|
cided decline in botb American Dry Goods ?
iu sympathy wilb tbe raw Staple, and Foreign
Goods in sympathy wilh Gold that
has taken place within tbe last ten days.
' Our previous purchases are so far cleared
out (bat we can offer "our entire Stock at
tbe Revised Prices," including one of the ^
most complete assortments we bare ever
bandied. c<
Our Retail Stock is full as usual. _
Our Specialities.
Carpels, Oil Cloths, Shades, Rugs, <fec.,
&c., at prices within the reach of all?Call
and see them?" Bo to your advantage." a|
Our Wholesale Department, lo
Is full, well ordered ; Goods selected with -p
care; bought right, and will heboid cheap "
enough to be rchandled in thin market. v
R. C. SillVER. *
P. S.?Oar House is young and striving
hard to make a living, and ambitious lo
build up a still larger cash trade. Every
j customer that gives us a fair chance to sell
1 them tiieir Goods, no matter how trilling s;i
in amount, gladdens our hearts ; lightens cr
our care?, and has a bona fide guarantee <].
that Goods bought of us are a6 cheap and p,
good as can be hud in the Slate. tie
Nov. 5. 18G9?28?tf
Tlic "Waving Banner of Health. J
X-IEIJSTETSH'S
QUEEN'S DELIGHT. *
A GREAT AND GOOD MEDICINE.
Oi
Ilciuitsh's Quccu's Delight. 11
The New Theory of Health.
Si
The life of all Flesh is Plood?The j
Health uf all Life is Puiity of au
Flcb?Without purity of co
Blood no Flush can be
free from Discnse.
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT, wi
Am Antidote to Disease# fo1
The Great AmericnH .IKer&live and Blood Purifier p''
For the euro of all those Diseases S(
which may be traced to avitiateu
condition of the Blood.
da
Tiie theory i9 that Blood istho Life of l(ir
of all Fiesli, aud if impure, tlie Life of all
Disease. Life and Health is only to be
maintained l>y the circulation of pure arte*
ii.il Blood.
Sucli as Scrofula, .Rheumatism, Hepatic
Disorders, Iuflamations, Fevers, Liver
Complaint, Consumption, King's Evil, ^
Carbuncles, Boils, Itching Humor of the
Skin, Erysipelas, Skin Diseases, Tetter, "
Roughness of the Skins Pimples, Blotches, j?^
Pain in the Bones, old Ulcers, Syphilis and
Svnhilitio. Riirpa In<li.i?itinn Tnfloniin?_
... t ? f? ? I
lion of the Bladder and Kidneys, Pains in /
(lie Back, General Debility, and for all
complaint* arising from deficiency and
poverty of blood.
HEINITSH'S QUEEN'S DELIGHT
Is the Wonder of Modern Science. th
No medicine lias attained snch a world- ^
wide reputation as this justly celebrated qj
COMPOUND. an
Its exlr.iordidary healing powers are attested
to by thousands, and every mail if
freighted with letters bearing testimony to
ita excellent character and worth as a med
icine Orders are coming in from all quar* tw
ters, and all bear unmistakable evidence of pu
its great popularity. Be sure and ask for cu
" IIeinitsh's Qgeen's Delioiit." And pa
ife...* I.!. ? !*
?cc mat. iiib miiue is on iu an
Look out and avoid base imitations.
Wholesale Ap^nto,
FISllEU & IIEINITSII,
Columbia, S. C.
For Rale by all Drtiggista.
October 29, i860, '27?ly. PACIFIC
GUANO COMPANY'S COMPOUND
Acid. Phosphate of I^ime
For Composting with Cotton Seed.
fBIIUS article is manufactured at the Compa- r
JL pnny's Works, under the direction and -*
surperintendance of Dr. Kavenel. ki
It contains the same elements of fertility at to
Soluble Pacific Gunno, except that it is not fur fia
nihed with Ammonia. It is prepared expic^s
ly for composting with cotton seed, which furnishi-s
the element of Ammouia; the objeo- sa
being to render that side product of the plun- pa
tatiou avnilable to the highest' degree as an iw
element of fertility. For further and partieu- BH
lur information apply to tho nnde signed. ,
J. N. HOIiSON, Agent for South Carolina.
1 n>i<l 2 Atlantic Wharf, Charleston.
! JOIIN 8. REKSS, Jk , _
General Agent, Baltimore. am
October 2'J, 1809, 27?3m nb L
T7MPORIUM of Fashion at Co
ltunbiu, S. C.?Mrs. A. McCormjc p
wouM most respectfully inform the ladies of _1_
Abbeville and surrounding counties, that she T.
has just returned from New York, and is now ^
opening a fplendid assortment of Millinery >
and fancy golds' In'my milTinery department -y
will be found hats and bouueta of the latest UC
style, furs of ull kinds, feathers of the richest
colored flowers, French an.-) American plumes,
ornaments of the Intent novelties, a varied assortment
of embroidered caffs collars and
yokes, laces, ribbons, trimmings, chignons,
curls, braids, switohes Ao, bridal wreathes
and veils- Dress making attended to with 1
care and promptness. All the latest patterns J
will be found iu my establishment. A eood
fit guaranteed end satisfaction promised in
price, style and quality of goods. Call apd
see my stock on Uuiu Street, Columbia, S. C.
Nov. 5. J8G9, 28?tf .
NEW Store and new Goods, by
William Glaze.?I have just re- ex
turned from the Northern cities, aud opened st<
ooe of the most select stock of ^oods brought hll
to Colombia since the war. My Mock Is large fir
and in it will be found fine gold and' silver
watches of all ftylfB end' priew a splendid
assortment of English and American Jewelry. AJ
Gnus, Pistols, with a' foll assofimedt of guu
material, English powder, shot, cartridges of
all sizes, a beautiful selection of clocks, a
splendid stock of silver spoons, forks and oops
flue English spectacles of gold silver end ateei,,
with the beat of Scotch pebble glass to suit ell it
egea. Watcbeeand JiWitry repaired bylht Til
beat ef workmen. All wars warranted. WO. ch
Gtaxa, Sod doer North Ceaxi Homae, ltaia St, eel
Colombia, & C. qu
Sor. 5,1M?, 9t-4t 11
PURSAANT to an order of tlieCircuit
Court, for tbe 7lh Judicial Circuit,
>e Executors of SAMUEL MARSHALL,
lEC'D, will sell on tbe
st Monday of December next, (6)
AT ABBEVILLE C. H,
Within the legal hours of sale, a tract of
md belonging to estate of said deceased,
iDtaioiog
ix Hundred and Seventy-two
Acres,
[ore or less, situated on Curltail Creek,
bout seven miles from Greenwood. Benging
to this traet is a
INE FLOUR AND GRIST MILL,
!nown as "The Marshall Mills;" the
[achinery having been renewed iu 1807.
TERMS:
The purchaser to pay iu cash costs of
le, for stamp and papers. Balance on a
edit of twelve months, with interest from
ite, and secure purchase money, by npoval
bonds aud mortgage of the piemi3.
S. S. ?MARSIIALL, )
> Executors.
. W. W. MARSHALL, )
I LSO, at the same time and place the
\ Executors of Samuel Marshall dee'J,
ill sell that valuables plantation knowu as
"THE HOMESTEAD,"
n which Mrs. E. C. Marshall now resides,
lis tract contains about
Fourteen Hundred Acres,
tuated within six miles of Greenwood, in
healthy and good neighborhood, well
Bpted to the cultivation of cotton, corn,
d 6mal! grain, with good improvements,
nfisting of a
Large and Comfortable Dwelling,
th all necessary out-buildings, suitable
- a well regulated plantation. I'liis
ice will bo divided and
J mi n '
J1U. xii xiiree or i: our Tracts,
5 plots of which will bo exhibited on
y of Bale. These are valuable tracts of
id?a largo proportion of which consists
line wcod lands.
TERMS:
These tract3 will be sold on a credit of
e and two years, with interest from daU-.
d to bo paid annually, the purchase
>ney to be secured by bond, and apoved
security, and a mortgage of the
emises. The purchaser to pay in ca6b,
costs of sale, for stampB and papers.
L LSO, at the same time and place, the
Executors will tell that
Desire able House and Lot,
i the Village of Greenwood,
down aa the Donelly lot, belonging to
e estate of Samutl Marshall dec'd, and
w occupied by the It<?v. A. A. Morse,
te improvement* consist of AN EX5LLENT
TWO-STORY DWELLING,
d all necessary out-buildings.
TERMS:
This lot will be sold on a credit of
elve months, with interest from date( the
rchaser to give bond with approved aerity
and a mortgage of the premises, and
y in cash, for costs of sale, for stamps
d papers.
S. S. MARSHALL, ) _
V Hixecators.
J. W. W. MARSHALL, )
November 5,1869, 28?5t
VALUABLE PROPERTY
FOR SALE.
> Y ORDER Quarterly Conference, AbJ
beville circuit. That bouse and lot
town as (he Methodist parsonage, in the
wn of Abbeville will be sold at public
le, Sale day next, in front of the Court
ouse, to the highest bidder. Terms of
le one half the purchase money to be
iid in cash, the other half a credit of
elve months wilh interest front day of
le, the purchaser to give a mortgage ot
e premises to securu the payment.
Nov. 5, 1869, 28?4t
ML SETTLEMENT.
kTOTICE is hereby given that a
final settlement of the estate of
, W. Gaines dee'd, will bo made in
o office of tho Probato Judge at
bbeville C. H., on Thursday tho 16th
ly of Dec. next.
W. A. GAINES,
Administrator.
Nov. 5, 1869, 6t
PALL OPENING FOR 1869!
AT
J. H. & M. L. KINARD'S,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
We have just received, end have ready for
ainination, the largest and most attractive
?ck that it has over been our pleasure to exbit,
consisting of everything pertaining to a
at claw
Dry Goods Establishment.
so a. fall line of
CARPET! If OS,
OIL CLOTH,
WIIIOOW4HABEB,
CORNICES, IcCh 4k?.
Oar atook l? to axtaaaive And varied, that it
Unpceaible to anamejrate. We therefore inle
our frlenda, aad all in want of good and
ttpDrt Good*. to eafiand ace for themTM
We foaraatee aatkfiaetlen aa to style,
laHty and priee. J. H. A HL KDFA&y.
Qot It, IMf, IKIa Ik
v
Clerk's Sales.
J. I. Liddle v? Samuel Hunter,
Executor, et. al.
Bill to mnrsliali assets,
sell laud, &o.
PURSUANT to order, I will sell on
sale day in DECEMBER next, at public
outcry, at ABBEVILLE C. II., the traot of
laud, of the lioal Estate of A. Hunter,
deo'd, now in the possession of
C! AHHTC'T mfTTimmriYk
i JU JClUlNXJtjJCl,
containing FOUR HUNDRED ACRES,
more or less, bounded by lands of A. J.
Clink*cnles and others.
TERMS-ONE HALF CASH, as to
balance, credit of twelve months, interest
from day of sale, purchaser td give Bond
with good security and mortgage, td secure
the purchase mouey, and pay for papers
and stamna.
M. McDONALD,
c. o. r.
Abbeville C. II., )
November 10, 1809. ) 29?3t
ALSO,
PURSUANT to order of Court in case
of J. T. IJARNES, ef. al. Executor, vs
L. J. JOHNSON, I will sell at ABBEVILLE
C. II., at. public out-cry on sale
day in DECEMBER next, tho Real Estate,
desnribi'd in tin* Bill, sitnalod nud being on
CALHOUN'S CREEK, containing
TWO HUNDRED A2s D MXTV -FOUR
AGUES, more or Uss, an?i bounded by
lands of fiaid L. J. Jubnson, 11. M. Palmer,
D. E. Pursely, and others.
TERMS CASII. Purchaser to pay
for papers and stamps.
M. McDONALD,
c. c. r.
November 10, 1SG9. [29?3t
SALE OF 3L.AUXJ,
By Order of the Court of Probate.
By Order of the Court of Probata
FOR ABBEVILLE COUNTY.
1WILL sell by public auction on SALE
DAY in DECEMBER next the following
lands?viz :
THE HOME TRACT
of the estate of HENRY H. NICKLKS,
dee'd, containing T\\'0 HUNDRED and
FORTY NINE acres more or les?, bounded
by lands of R A. AnderEOii, JainC."
Culbran and others.
THE DICKSON TRACT.
be!on<*in<r lo said estate, containing TWO
HUNDRED and THIRTY-TWO acres
more or lets, bounded by hinds of T. G.
Ellis, estate lands of Sauiuel Anderson
and others.
TTTF, f!AT.T7TrT>T? TTJArT
? V WL?AVA JLXVAV1.I
belonging to sai?l est;Uc, containing
THRKE HUNDRED and THIRTEEN
acre3 more or less, bounded by lands of
George Nickles, Robert Duno and others.
Tbere are plats to represent the above
three tracts. The.?e lands are situated in
Abbeville County, about 10 miles North
East of Abbeville C. II.
| Terms of sale one third cash, }he bal|
ance on a credit of or.o and two years,
| purchaser to give bond and approved
security, and a mortgage of the premises
to secure the purchase money.
H. S. CASON,
Sheriff Abbeville County.
Nov. 10,1809, 29?3t
By Order of tie Court of Prolate
FOR ABBEViLLE COUNTY,
I WILL sell, on Sale Day in DECEMBER
next, the real estate of ARCHIBALD
B. BOYD, dee'd, containing
NINETY-SIX acres, more or less, situated
I in A Khot'llto Pnnnlw ai? 1 1
... X/VUIIIJI VM UMIJIUUU D UIHI1CI),
waters of Hardlabor creok, adjoining lands
of Mrs. Traylor, William Bracknell and
others.
t Terms, a credit of one an J two years, in~
terest from date, purchaser to give bond
and approved security, and a mortgage to
secure the purchase money. The costs to
be paid in cash.
| H. S. CASON,
S. A. C.
Nov. 10, I860. 29?3t.
I WILL ALSO SELL,
By Order of the Conrt of Probate
CilD ftDDDTTfivn nrniMniv
ruil lUOfiVlllllD Ml,
I
ON Sale Day in December next, tlie
real estate of ALEXANDER MARTIN,
dec'd, situate in the neighborhood of
Abbeville Court House, comprising two
tracts of land,
Viz: TWO nUNDRED and FOUR
acres, more or less, bouuded by lands of
Wdliam Hill, Joseph T. Moore, Edward
Noble and oihers.
Also, ONE HUNDRED and NINETEEN
acres, more or Iusp, bounded by
lands of the Estate of Wilson's, Robert
Jones and others.
Term", 12 months credit, interest from
dAte. Bond and approved security and a
mortgage to secure the purchase money.
The costs to be paid in cash.
H. S. CASON,
S. A. C.
Nov. 10, 1869. 20?3t.
To those having Cotton to Gin.
Hugn Wilson
Has at his Mill, one of the finest Cotton
Gius now in use, and is ginning and
packing Cotton for the one-twentieth
of the cotton. . A penny saved is a
penny made. The difference in a few
miles distance is a trifle when tho
cotton is on the wagon. The lint
from this Gin is of a superior quality
and commands the highest markot
price. [Nov. 6, 1869, 28, tf
Superb Lot of Furs
OPBNED, at pricw to ocorainodittA.
Not 0,28?if B. C. SHIVER.
THE AOTTL
OF THE BOARD OF COU
FOH A33BUVI3
Of Accounts and Claims Au<
Fisoal Year, ending th(
date'. i
or ix whose favo*. ox vr
claim
18G8 Dr. E. Parker Poor Houe
1809 " " " ; Poor Hout
18G8 " " " " "
18G9 Parlccr & Thomson.. " "
c u ? u it ?
" IT. S. Kcit " "
" AlcDonald, N. & Co.. " "
" J. C. Guillcbcau " "
ISuBiW. A. Kichey " "
1SGD|Joliti Knox & Co " "
" !jf 0. DuPro.., Lunntic?'
" John KuOS & Co Poor IIous
18G8 Mary Ann Palmor... Poor Hons
18G9 Louisa Brooks " "
" Wm. Hill ProbateOfl
1S(J8 Ellis Iloof. Pension ...
" W. II. Palmer Poor Hou
" Sarah Finly Pension....
ISO!),.!. II. Edwards Public Bui
" J. C. Uuillcbeau Poor IIous
a t: a tt tt it
" Sam Johnson Public Bui
tc .1 ossn (Iniv'in I " '
I I
" And. Kennedy & wile Donation .
" Mrs. Cole "
" Mrs. L. Paschal "
" Butty Finly "
" Julia Finly "
" | W. W. Furrow Printer's 13
" jllenry .Nash |P. House, 1
ISO8,Airs. A. F. llolcolni.. Pension ....
lSGD-Samuol Carter Public Bui
" Dr. J. M. Biehmond.. Lunatic, c<
" Enright & Smith I Poor Hons
13G8| " " " I ? "
" -f\V. T. Pcnncj' I " u
" I Peter Osburn " "
LSGO' " <! u "
" !l. P. Guflln Public Buil
?|" " " P. House, i
" jStatc Treasurer Lunatic As
" H. A\r. Lawson Public Buil
? " " " Poor Ilous
" I Dr. II. Drcnnan jLunatic tr;
loGTiDr. E. Parker iPuhlin Bui
lSCOjM. McDonald I " '
" !Tlios. Williamson 'Stole "Wit.r
1808'J us. McCnsInn '.Election, C
18G0jA. P. Connor P. House, I
[McDonald, N. & Co.. " 11
? | II. S. Kerr I " "
" 111. Jones 'Clerk for
? j\\r. A. Lee 'Printer's
<< Mrs. JO. Jackson Donation
" [jack Morris Bridge
ijj, p. (infill) Contingent
" Lee&AVn?C? Priuter's I
" A. \C. Moore Bridge
" John Cole Poor Uous
" -Win. Beaslv " u
" Thos. Bcasly " "
" J. Kennedy & wife... Donation ..
" R. B. Baker Roads
" J. M. Richmond Tnrmoot "P"
1868|Jacob Frith Ponsion ....
" | J. J. Wnrdlaw, M.D.. l unatic, c<
18691s' " " " "
" Henry Nash P. House, 1
" J. A. Mays Public Buil
" |Sam Johnson "
" Loisa Ellis & children Donation ..
" Winny Elkins "
" Polly Ann Leroy "
" Wm. Kerfts ?
" J. W. Kennedv TtridorA
" jltcynolds & Butler... ?
" IChas. Pitts "
1858 John Bradley ? ....
1869 Peter Osborn Poor Houb
" Sam'l J. Heater Bridge,
" Miller & Drcnnan "
18671J. H. Bramlett...* ?
1868|" " " ?
1869j Aaron Mitchell State Witn
" [Basil Callaliam Bridge,
" |J. E. Crawford Paupor, mi
" III. Dronnan Lunatic, tr
" Seal & Sign Public Buil
" Henry Nash P. House,ti
" W. D. Mars " "
1868|A. & R. Clinkscales... Bridge
1869IJ. W. Denny Books, Stai
" J. C. Guillobeau Steward, S
1868 Nancy Gillens Pension ....
" Win.McICce " ....
" |J. C. Smith ? ....
" Ely Taylor "
" S. Alewino "
M Jano MeClellan " ....
" Eliza MeClellan "
" |R. J. Owen " ....
" IE. H. Burnett " ....
" jjane King "
" I. Branch PublicBuil
" iThos. Crawford Bridgo
1869|W. W. Farrow....;.... Printer's b
1868iLitirk Radin PublicBuil
1869|llugh Wilson iPrinting ..
" J. C. Basor I Bridge
" |Sam JohnBon jPublicBuil
" |E. O. Reagan jCoroncr, ac
" li'etor Osburu Poor House
" J. M. Shockly Bridge
" J. Knox & Co Poor Hour
1867|Eukin Knox Public Bui
3869|Miller & ltobertsonJ.Poor Hous
" L. L. Guflin {Magistrate
" S. 35. McClinton MagtjCoroner ...
" L. P. Guflin IConstable 1
" |R. Jones Coroner....
" " " 'County Cle
" J. Knox & Co ...IPoor ilous
" Henry S.Cason,Sb'ff Maintenaiu
? ? ? ? Dieting Pri
? it a a ? ? <i
(i (( << ? ?? ? ?
" Dr. J. .T. Lee.. Lunatic, ce
" F. P. Robertson Contingent
3868 J. S. Britt Bridge
3869) R. Jones Lunaiic, ti
" |Georgo Shirley Bridge
38681W. G. Gordon "
I8691J. R. Tarrant " .....
" !"Rnfn* f5ff>*ifcnn "
" J. R. Tarrant......... Mag't ac't1
" H. S. Cason....Poblio Buil
" " " " Dieting Pr
18681/. J. Johnson. Bridge,
1869 S. Duncan k others..jStatQ Witm
1867 W. A. Moore Bridge,
1869 B, O'Conner Pabilo Buil
" Hampton Edwards.. ? "
" J. T. Miller...;........ Roads,
" [J. K. Neagle..,.,....... Ref'dState
" J, R. Hamlin.. Conatjable \
r ' .
kL REPORT
NTY COMMISSIONERS
jxjs ooujntt,
lited and Allowed, for the
q 1st November, 1869. .
I ="1
HAT AOOOUHT. I AMOUNT AMOUNT
) CLAIMED. ALLOWED
ie $126.07 $126.07
le Drugs 68.32 68.32
" 7.32 7.32
H r?r? r. r> or*
AO 20.Ua
" 21.77 21.77
Provisions, 24.37 24.37
" 304.95 304.95
" 200.70 200.00
Coffin, 5.25 5.25
Provisions, 168.29 168.29
rransporting 25.00 25.00
io Provisions 104.82 104.82
io Stewardess 142.36 142.36
Provisions, 5.00 5.00
ice Stationery,&c 32.15 32.15
17.74 17.74
so Steward 78.45 78.45
15.00 15.00
ilding Account... 4 00 4.00
o iiarboring Ac't 29.9b* 29.96
" ? 39.29 39.26
Idings, 10.00 10.00
3.50 3.50
50.00 50.00
30.00 30.00
15.00 15.00
30.00 30.00
20,00 20.00
ill 28.87 28.87
iransp't'g pauper 2.00 2.00
20.00 20.00
Mings, 125.00 125.00
irtifii-ato of. 5.00 5.00
o Coffin, 8.00 6.00
Kcpairs 6.00 6.00
Drugs 5.25 5.25
Smith work... 13.75 12.20
"... iiS.411
Idingw,contingent 4.00 4.00
Iransp't'g pauper 2.00 2.00
?yluin 2,058.75 2,058.75
dings,coutingcut 3.50 3.50
c, contingent, 3.50 3.50
unsporting, &c... 3Q.50 30.50
lding, contingent 3.32 3.32
2.00 2.00
icss, 10.00 10.00
lcrlc at 2.00 2.00
LranKp't'g paupor 4.00 3.00
Provisions 20.58 29.58
" 4.02 4.02
County Com'rs, 23.001 23.00
Bill 8.75| 8.75
50.00 50.00
G.00 3.50
2.00 2.00
iill 19.C2 19.62
,, 250.00 250.00
e Labor 25.00 25.00
" 25.00 25.00
? 25.00 25.00
30.00 30.00
6.00 5.00
cpert at 10.00 10.00
10.00 10.00
srtificate of. 6.00 5.00
" 6.00 5.00
ransp'tjg pauper 2.00 2.00
dings, Repairs.... 27.00 27.00
3.UU 3.UU
20.00 20.00
40.00 40.00
25.00 25.00
70.00 70.00
65.00 55.00
83.25 83.25
22.50 22.50
106.42 106.42
ej Bmith work,... 4.25 4.25
50.00 50.00
841.33 841.33
86.00 86.00
22.60 22.60 =
ess, 10.00 10.00
219.31 219.31
aintaining 14.00 14.00
unsporting... 36.50 36.50
Idings, repairs... 25.00 25.00
ransp't'gpaarper 2.50 2.50
Provisions 500.00 500.00 S
341.75 341.75 I
tianery 130.30 130.30
alary in part 100.00 100.00
25.00 25.00
20.00 20.00
12.00 12.00
10.00 10.00 1
25.00 25.00 J
25.00 25.00
25.00 25.00 1
40.00 40.00
12.50 12.50 s
15.00 15.00 E
dings 79.00 79.00 ?
1,195.18 1,195.18 v
ill 6.37 6.37 *
dings 2.25 2.25 d
40.00 * 40.00 *
39.00 3900
dings, Repairing 26.50 26.50
ting as 20.90 20.40
>, Blacksmi thing 3.95 3.95
35.31 35.31 si
0, Provisions 173.58 173.58
lding, Repairs... 13.32 13.32
0 Shroud 2.45 2.45 n
vs. State 55,88 55.88 b
10,99 10.99
vs. State 42,00 42.00
20.00 20.00
& 38.00 38.00
e Provisions 150.04 150.04 w
jePriaoners.Maj' 55.IO 55.10
isoners, June 35,50 35.50
66.00 56.00
88.00 88.00
rtificato of. BOO 5.00 I
2.00 2.00
i 49.4a . 49.43 r
unsporting, 30.00 30.00 g
189.00 189.00 tI
25.00 25.00
54.10 -54.10
190.00 19000
srfl. State, ......... 20.45 20 45'
d5ng"> : 42.00 42.00
119.50 119.50 1
1,176.00 1,176.00 *
9WA1 1 O AA f o AA ?
lO.UU lO.UU
76.00 7600
Ldings, 68.76 68.76
17.26 17J25
2.00 200
, diet'g. prison'rs 990.16 900.16
rs. *.141 2.14 !
112,91195
1
Amount brought forward
" iW. H. Adamson iConstablo vs.
" I A. P. Holcolm (Donation,
1869 Susan Bamsay Donation
" L. H. RubbcI Pubiic Buildii
1867 T. J. Emmerson Bridge,
1869 D. M. Rogers "
" Cato Hunter State "WitnoBS
" D.J. Wardlaw Bridge,
" L. H. Russol Contingent ...
" Stepbon Brownlee... State Witness
1867 Bensly and Son Bridge,
" C. Corley "
1869 J. C. Dronnan "
? J. Ij. Devlin *
1868 J. C. fiasor "
1866 A. L. McCaalan "
it u K it ?
IRfifl Itf AfoTtnnoM
i. UUlll/ liUHUll
? M. Hill Roads,
" G. W. Daniels Constable ae't
" J. C. Stevenson State Witness
? W. T. Ellis ? "
" E. E. Stevenson Bridge,
" W. W. Farrow Printer's Bill,
" Leo & Wilson " "
" John Knox & Co Poor Douse P
" M. McDonald C. C. vs. State
" G. W. Mattison Mag't ae't vs.
" Leo & "Wilson Printer's Bill
" A. L. McCaslan Mag't ae't vs.
" W. W. Farrow Priter's Bill,..
" R. Jones County Clerk,
" " " Coroner
" R. C. Darkness Mag't vs. Stat
1868 Y\r. A. Kay Bridge,
1869 M. McDonald Contingent ...
" Enright & Smith Public Buildin
? G. T. Smith Constable, ac'l
? A. J. McAdams " "
" Jul in Callaham Witness for St
" J. J. Devlin Bridge,
" Dr. A. T. Wideman... Paupers,
" Parker & Thomson.. Poor IIouso J
" " " " Contingent ...
" J. R. Tarrant Bridge,
" Jack McAdams State Witness
" II. L. McGowan Solicitor ae't \
" II. W. Lawson Poor House,..
" W. P. MeKcllar Surveying, &c
" iDr. J. T. Mabry Inquest, Expo
18(>8 " " " " Inquest, Expo
1861) D. R. Sondloy Contingent, P
" J. S. Mars Constable vs.
Condensed St
Amount allowed and audited by Board..
Am't audited by County Auditor for Cou
Amount audited by County Auditor fo:
the year 18G9, and paid by Treasurer up
Tay certificates taken up by Treasurer t
Accounts of Couuty Commissioners for s
ed by Treasurer ?
Total amount against County 1st Nov., '
Of this amount $G;240.i0, outstanding <
$i
Bridges, old accounts
Poor House
Public Buildings
Sundry accounts
County Assessor for 18G8
COUNTY COMMI,
Abbevx
I hereby certify that tho above is a c<
and accounts against the Board of Count
County, which have been audited and al
this office.
HO]
November 19, 1869, 30?It
FRESH ARRIVALS <
AT 3i
PENNEY'S DRUG STORE!
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE
well
At the Sign of the DiBtl
EMPORIUM OF FASHION, a*
it is
D ALB Y'S CARMINATIVE, EXCEL- h?ve
lent for Babies; Potash to make
oap ; Indigo, Borax, Bay Rum, Ilosletter's ^mP'
titters, Fbilotoken, Benzine, Chlorodine,
Mistering Tissue, Chamoise Skins, Had
pay's Resolvent, Ready Relief and Pills,
nd a thousand other articles?all having
ifferent names, but equally useful to perdqs
who have need of them.
?
Woman's Best Friend. and 1
BRADFIELD'S REGULATOR, for TP
ale by W. T. PENNEY. 0(
Price $1.50 per bottle. *
Call and get a circular free, learn of its
lerita from the testimony of those who
ave used it. THO
jyy
Heinitsh's Queen's Delight. ^
THE Crowning Glory of Medicine and
render of science, for sale by n<?ai
W. T. PENNEY. On
Price $1.00 per bottle. or Ie
r Vteoi
" adjoii
)arley's Prophylactic Fluid. Dr^J
TFIE most powerful disinfectant known, a tra
lures Burns,and Running Soree, removes
tains and destroys all Animal and Vege?ble
Poisions, for sale by Dara :
W. T. PENNEY. ,ir1rAt
Price 50 oent*. t< ;re?ldi
ca?h,
DB. MILLER'S , ;
long!
40USEH0LD BLESSING Ab
For sale at $1.00 per bottle, by >ww
W. T. PENNEY. *
November 12,180&?29?if PO
25*. 200. 2(ms. 25c. 25o. jr
rWO eaaet Now Tork If ilk Loogolotb JjL
Nov 5, 2?-tf E. C. SHIVER. No
$12,813.25
Stato 2.14 2.14
15.00 15.00
15.00 15.00
igs, 224.70 224.70
281.60 281.G0
45.20 45.20
2.00 2.00
300.00 300.00
10.30 10.30
C.00 6.00
108.60 108.60
287.60 287.60
25.00 25.00
50.00 50.00
5.00 5.00
83.18 83.18
289.46 289.4G
Jg8. 2.00 2.00
27.9G 20.00
vs. State 2.14 2.14
4.00 4.00
4.00 4.00
20.00 20.00
13.00 13.00
r. 39.62 39.62
rovisions, 107.75 107.75
;.... 188.43 188.43
State 12.47 12.47
18.00 18.00
State 20.03 20.03
10.25 10.25
31.00 31.00
9.50 9.50
o 3.69 3.69
100.00 100.00
50 50
gH, Repairs,.. 428 25 428.25
L vs. State 12.00 12.00
" " 11.00 11.00
ato, 3.00 3.00
15.00 15.00
15.00 15.00
ledical 42.05 42 05
8.G5 8^5
57.00 57$0
G.00 6.00
'S. Stato 140.00 140.00
1.10 no
1,022.00 1,022 00
rt at 10.00 10,00
rt at 10.00 10.00
oor Mouf-o... 12.70 12.70
State 2.14 2.14
816,967.40
J t
;a,temenLt.
816,967.40
nty Assessors for 1868, 1,236.00.
r County Assessors for
to 1st November, 612.00.
,o amount of J,674.85.
orvicos rendered audit
832.85.
6% 21,323.10.
debts :
$4,232.82.
056.69.
97.89.
17.00.
1,236.00.
fi.240.40
SSION&RS' OFFICE, }
lle O. H. Nov. 17th 1869. ) '
: * ,-y'
Direct statement of-the claims
y Commissioners for Abjjoviilo
lowed, and which arc oa file ia
I ' " + I
BEET JONES,County
Clerk.
WO bu. Cotton Seed
'0% U?i!
BOYD'S PURE PROLIFIC,
AISED bv Mr. Edward Calhoun, of
Abbeville District, S. C., warranted
. Read the following certificate of
known gentlemen and. planters of the
lict:
^.fter careful examination of Mr. E.
oun's Boyd Cotton, we do certify thnt
the purest and best boiled cotton we
seen, and that it is far superior to
i is sold in this section as Dixon's
roved Cotton. * '
E.F. POWER, '
"WILLIAM SPEER,
A. B. WARDT-AW
JOHN LYON,
CHARLES HASKELL,
tober 19th 1809. |-r
3T For sale in lots to ftnit purohaeor
samplea exhibited by r
IOWBRIDQE & CO.
;t 29, 1808 27?tf 1:1 ^
ASSIGNEE'S SAlB'/
Id the matter of }
9. J. MoCfiACKENj - Via Bankruptcy.
Ban^ruput -) f!>.
r virtue of tn or<far, iflsq'mg O^t of jtho
District Court of tne United Stater for
District of South Caroling I; will wfl at
o auolioo,'at AbbovjlUt Coiirt House, on.
r?t Monday tfltb) of DfeeemWr nllt, the
Estate of enid.BNtErupt^&Dristbg-of'
e tract of hDA4ont?Hiioc.4Pa%ajra^ more
gs, aitaated id Hid Ooahty/oa the
ta Koad, orUMt fr?ra th^Conrt Hooua,
so, alt i the inter *#t of T. ij IStcCraeken* >n
ct of land, containing J 8^ res, mo r?, or
with A'Bietm' ^ifltheraoD/<Tn tne Vienna
, 4 nilti-irom tks CuMtidMi: Aann
Aon'tVedaewUy A>ni?-I((^?(tib/)'*ii-'lho
' P? rfi$Jei?0SWke*jj w&
one mare anp cojt, one jack, one jiQcpy,
okseallb #en?*r%??^?t&n?*ad>?tber?r??>nr;n!
H-?-? .ni'.fivp y?J ;
FEB8H Bsmm*
RtL AND -SAUSAGES, s
EPT od hand and for tale at allbodre
of th?4aj(#Ri*? ua fe^salL :- -:a .<
-v...; MAiYB & BURNS^

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