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Wednesday, Sept. 4,1878. THE DEPARTED SIIERirF. lie Books Will Show What Has I Been Stolen." I A Ten Ccat Novrl. OnATTKK I. Tnis community was startlckl last Sntila.v evening by thcanuounceniont that r 'Sheriff Mr.* J. Y. Jones, had gone I>aris uiiKnown, carrying wiui linn a official money belonging to his icc. >11 account of certain circumstances emed suspicious some <>f his bondsmen wiine uneasy, and 0:1 Monday, the l'Jtli August requested him to make an e.\>it of his books and official moneys, as vhs known that lie had considerable nls in his hands, or in bank, a< Sheriff, aiting the orders of Court. To this he pressed entire willingness, but in orr that he might make some small coitions due the office, asked that the itter Ve postponed until the following )nday, which request the bondsmen idily granted. )n Thursday, Aug. 22, in pursuance of <iovornor"- orders, lie left Abbeville in j-ge of JefT Davi i, to deliver him withiie walls of tlie penitentiary. Not itwas thought of his absence until the owing Monday. On Tuesday a telem was sent to Columbia enquiring for n, when it was ascertained that ho had to off on the Charlotte train. Then it h supposed by some that he had taken rentage of the excursion rate to spend] tav or two at tho White .Sulphurj rings, while others thought it within! ! range of probability that he had tied! country. All doubts, however, were j noved on Saturday evening by the re-1 tion of a letter post-marked Cincut:i, confirming the worst fears, by say; thati ho would never come hack, 1 that he contemplated going to nada or across the ocean. He sent back | i combination numborsof the safe lock, ich was opened that night and in ich was found nothing hut a few small j 3 hills, and a letter addressed to "his :e friends''in which ho vaguely inti-l tos that lie may " have been robbed " his ^official money. lis liabilities in the office as far as as-1 tained, is ahont $2,500 for which hisj idsnien are liable. [is personal obligations are supposed; >0 several hundred dollars. To pay" I so obligations and to reimburse hisj Atlfto Mintr Inuc nni'ltillK t.vvn I idred dollar* on a small tract of land, ir paying a mortgage on it; a horse and I 'gy; some office accounts; about three; id red and fifty dollars worth of due sfor official money loaned or for peral property sold as Sheriff and for! ich ho had collected no money, with j haps some claims in tho County Com- j isloners offlice, The defiicit will oer-j ily be onough to make it quite intcrng to tho securities in these hard ICS. tr. Jones is about twentv-fonr years of and is one of a large fotnilv conneci who have borne an excellent cliaraefor honesty, and ho himself had a 4 reputation up to this disclosure, was elected to office in 1876, was considered as a representative of "Young l3einocrac3T" in Abbeville nty, and before the time his dcfalcabecame known it is supposed that Ilould have received as many votes lor pe as any man in the County. osh was never considered a Soloman, ho was by no means an idiot or a luic. Though his departure may have n under a fit of mental alteration le persons are inclined to think that re was considerable "method in his j dness," and as proof of this, atten- j I is directed to the following facts:' Monday before ho left Abbeville, hci ? notified by some of the bond>men ! t ho must make an exhibit to thorn' lis funds; that same evening he bor- j 'ed two hundred dollars from Mr. j in A. Devlin and about the same time j oeted fifty dollars of cost from Mr. ! \V. Lawson of our town. On Thurs- i he was to take JelF David to Coluin- i Tho night before starting, ho went j he office, and wrote letters to various ties, and the letter to "his owe] nds.'' These letters were locked in safe. II that may be said as to the amount j wMnh ],r> tank with him is i re conjecture. Some believe that hej ried off a largo proportion of tlici ney, whilst others believe that he was bed, but the letter addressed to "his 1 ? friends" seems inconsistent with the I er view, as it speaks of "wrecking a I rd, ame." A good name is not' ?n "wrecked" by suffering from rob-; y. We protest apainst such "wreck-1 If tliis rule should apply, the se-j itics have been "wrecked;" and very lly "wrecked" at that. n consideration of the loss which will! realized by iho securities on Jones'| id, they have appealed to the Govern-; to appoint Mr. R. K. Hill, one ofj ir number, to fill out the unexpired : m. 'he following is a copy of the letter to! 8 once friends mn One.* 'Fi'ienri* of AbhrviUc Countu:! say once for I suppose when tliev; rn what I have to suite they will look ; h scorn and contempt upon my name. | one hour of my neglect, ! have ?kcd my own happiness, my future I >cs of prosperity, my good name 111-' ited from as good a man as ever lived \ >n the soil of Abbeville county. It is only consolation that h is honored gray rs will not he bronght with sorrow to grave, and God forbid that any negliice of mine should cause the" honest | I fair people of this comity to think I t iota loss of the memory ol' my father. | [ell offers no more terrible "punish-! lit than I have suffered for the last few ttks. I have traveled, I have talked, I j e read, I have drank, but no use?Conmce, like Banquo's Ghost, would not mberatmy bidding. I have sprang m my bed In tbe dead hour of the ht lashed by conscience for my negsnee. I have been robbed, whether nuurh mv iieifliironoo or not I am at a t to say; but such is tho fact. I have 1 no living human being and the dead rot has haunted me night and day. I not meet my bondsmen, I cannot ct my frionds'with suspicion written ,heir"faces. But the time for conecalntisout. Next Monday is set apart my showing what money is on hand I by that time I shall be on the ocean, u need not try to bring me back until ave the funds to replace what my negmco has lost. I would never have the rage to do so here but if my bondsn have this to pay, I'will refund it if ave to live on bread and water and rk my finger nails oft'. I have not c to make a statement but the books 1 show what has been stolen. ask my friends if 1 have an)*, to let me fori wT never come to Abbevnle intv again, only as a corpse. I will rer'be incarcerated in tho walls of a . I have raised sufficient money from r'lin and Lawson to carry mo "safely i securely across the ocean. here I will stay until my reputation is tie as bright as it teas'a few weeks CO. Yours with a heavy heart, J. \. JU.Nfc5. ? - - ? t is ft fact established by unquestiono testimony that Hall's Ilair Renewcr ews, cleanses, brightens, invigorates L restores to its original color and lusfaded gray or discolored hair, cheapquickly and surely. The poorest peoproferto buy it and use it, rather than >roclaim in a manner more forcible n words can delineate, through blanchlocks or grizzly beard, that tliey are d and passing to decay. A very short il will convince the most skeptical that oes eradicate the scalp diseases which the hair of its color and life.?Fort tt (Kan.) Daily Monitor. The Hampton Hoozars. siivary company was formed at Millyon )ue 24th of August last with 51 n. The following is a list of its ofll? apt. W. E. Cothran; 1st Lieut. R. J. ainson : zu ijieuu j. in. lienay; sa ut. F. L. Morrow; 1st Sorgt. G. M. ert; 2d Sergt. L>. W. Dowtin; 3rd gt. J. L. Wjdeman; 4th Sergt. \V. M. ikefield; othSergt. E. W. Watson ; 1st p. J. S. Jay 2d Corp. F. A. Cook; 3rd| p. T. C. Lites; 4th Corp. J. W. Kci> ly ; Surgeon Dr. Geo. F. E. Weuck. 'he best legacy is ? good education, secure this, send your boys and^girls Due West. See the advertisements of Female College and Erskinc College. 1c and efficient Presidents, with a full ps of assistants, present attractions jquaVledjn this part of the country. n deference to the personal request of H Prestdent of the Abbeville County Bmocratio clab, wo withhold. the notes Hich we had secured of the sccre Beting on last Sale Day. he McGowan Sabre Club will meet at Htreville, next Saturday at 2 o'clock to Organize and olect officers for the 14th. IH order president. Bl.mono the members of the Bar in atHdance, we remember to have noticed K(. J. H. Rice, M. L. JBouhan, Esq., n Jtiook, J as. A. Richardson, Esq. Dorn's Mine Dots. Rkv. B. F. Miller has been conducting a scries of excellent meetings in the Dorns Mines Church, lil accession to the Church hy experience. Mr. Miller is an untiring worker in the vineyard and may his words be blest. Tjik crops promise to bo a little over half in this section, but to make up, farmers are preparing to sow largely of oats. ^ Kvkkytiting seems very dull politically since the elections. Wo don't hear so much talking and eu'sin' now, about who's going to the Legislature. Notwithstanding the intense heat the R. K. work is going on. The overseers and convicts Seem to be doing well. The Masonic Order celebrates the 4th j .September at Dorns Gold Mine. A large crowd is expected. Wk infer from what wo saw at Tranquil Church last Sabbath that Messrs. K. K. Trcuit and J. II. Patterson arc candidates for . Siii'iitK Wm. Lyon* says if he doesn't marry this fall he'll know the reason why. Your head is level Squire. | ss.ooo.ono.?\V? have heard a report to the effect that some good relative has recently died in New York leaving ('apt. | W. Jl. Whiter formerly of this place hut I now of Greenville, the handsome sum of eight million dollars. We have always | known that the Captain is a clever fellow, j He is a particular friend of ours, j Mr. T. Gitti.ksox. a thorough-going merchant, of Greenville, has taken the commodious store room adjoining Mr. j John Knox. He is now in New York buying a large-stock of the most attractive to bo found in the market. Got j your money ready for a good bargain. Every clfcct must have a cause; so ! Boils, Vim pies, etc., are the result oil [ poor blood. Purify the blood by using Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture and banish such eruptions as those named. Mu, W. J. Smith goes to the North today to buy Jthe largest and most varied stock of goods thev ever offered to the mil.lis. 'PI.air iinnnu-nmimlv tlnir store arc nearly complete. Death.?The infant child of Mrs. Long, died last Monday and was buried at .Long Cane cemetery yesterday. Biiitii.?At Abbcviljc on Tuesday, Sept. :3d., Mrs. W. V. IJenet, n son. "(?. P. II." on the Situation. Our political programme for the, campaign of 78 has been struck off. The nominees are in the lield, designated, set apart, as it were, for the contest and the hope is ardently cherished that victory again will compensate our affair next November. It becomes us as a party to centralize our strength upon each one of them a solidified body in principal and let dissent ion and dissatisfaction be entire strangers in or midst. Bury all animosities and enmities in tho grave of oblivion and let unity of purpose, harmony and 1 good feeling reign supremely. Let no such uncouth and unprineiple expression emanate from our lips, I'll "be damn"' or "dad blame"' I'll vote for this or that man because he did so and so: I contend, if we omit or discard any of our paaty nomiinccs in our suffrages at the general election we contribute support to the Radical foe, or deposit a vote in his behalf, and, perhaps, in this way an enemy might again get an official position. OMI to Iia l-ol lopMrm of men who, on the same questions think alike. They arc bound together not by devotion to this, or that man, but by their agreement upon certain principles^!' political action. In order to secure success they must act together. The object ol conventions, and making nominations is to lind out the general opinion of the party, that is what principles the party is agreed upon, and what men can best bo trusted to carry them out. Primary election is designed to a (lord an opportunity to every man to exentise tiio right of enfranchisement according to the dictates ol his own conscience and, in this way to ascertain the true sentiments or voice ol the people: and I contend, if a member of the party strives to carry his point?to try to elect his favorite individual in the primary election and be defeated and from that fact, "go back" upon the party by not voting for a certain one of tinnominees that rightly secured the majority of the v?tes, when the general election approaches will act the part of a traitor to the cause of Democracy. The primary system is commendable, but is badly, hlmcntubly abused bv treacherous tricksters. it is nothing but natural for delegates who are to take part in a convention, or men who vote at elections to have their preference. Uut unless they go to the convention or polls ready to yield something, they are not suitable, persons to represent their party. The whole thing resolves itself into this we must support, as a party, the elected nominees, beyond all prevarications or equivocations and it is not inconsistent to an honest sincere individual conviction. Judging from the long catalogue of names locality recommended tiicre was quite a variety of opinion prevaiing as to whom was the most suitable or available men to till the respective otiices. Amid so much good material .Messrs Editors, it is a very difficult matter to concentrate unanimously upon the same men hence, let us regard those that have obtained the nomination, not us the only best, but among the best. Let the aspirant who have been thwarted, reconcile themselves. Let no one become offended but acquiesce pleasantly and agreeably to the final result of the primary electioii. Let us direct our resources, combine, and with energy, and march abreast in a solid phalanx to the front, ready to overcome every opposing obstacle that may present itself. Our redemption is too dear and precious to be capitulated. O. P. IT. ?? Public Meeting. Bv order of the County Club a grand ratification meeting and rally of the democracy will take place at Abbeville j Court House on September 14th instant, j Governor Hampton, Lt. Governor i Simpson and other nominees on the [ State tieket as well as other speakers are J expected to be present. | All the local clubs of the county will I assemble at their usual places of meeting I on Satnrriav next at '1 o'clock P. M. to tnakc arrangements to bo present on the occasion, in red shirts and in full numbers. All the voluntoer companies and organized bands of music in the county are respectfully invited to bo present. lion. John C. Maxwell will act as chief Marshall, who with his assistants will preserve orrlor and assign to their positions the different organizations as they arrive on the ground. Full programme of proceedings to be published next week. Coine one, come all, without regard to race, color or previous condition. Let us by united action carry Abbeville County bv an overwhelming majority for the party, which,true to its pledges, gives "a government of no one race, of no one class, but of the whole people of South Carolina, without limitation or restriction." S. McOOWAX, County Chairman. Information Wanted. Editors Press and Banner: The question has been asked, and very properly too, whose duty is it to make the move towards sending relief to the yellow fever sufferers of New Orleans, Memphis, Grenada and oth| er places, and now Messrs. Editors, I ask you the question. Isn't it the duty of the town authorities to call a meeting of the eitizens that steps may be taken towards contributing so nothing to the aid of our sick and suffering fellow country-men? Is it not the duty, also, ofj the Christian churches to move in this) matter ? What is our religion if we have not charity ? It is nothing more than the blowing of an organ, and the going through the form of Psalm-singing, and the uttering of faithless prayers. If Abbeville, Christian Abbwillo, with her several Protestant denominations, and her highly intelligent population, is what she professes to bo, then she will surely send something to the fever-stricken cities of the West. When the hearts of distant Europo aro touched with sympathy, artd the sectional prejudices of the North are laid aside, I sav when they can contribute, can we, who are bound by ties nearer and dearer, close our purses, and turn a deaf ear to their pleadings for help, and contribute nothing? If so, then our religion is nothing but a form. lAst us, then, call a meeting and respond to their appeaL KXQUIRER. How to Stop Grave Robbixo.?'*Ve hear no complaints of grave robbing from California, which Suite lias a law providlnkjthat, under certain restrictions "any sheriff, coroner, keeper of a county poor lionse, public hospital, oounty Jail or State prison, or the Mayor or Board of Supervisors of the city of San ,1 Francisco, must surrender the dead bodies of such person* aspire required to be buried at the public expense, to any physician or surgeon, to he by him used for the advancement of anatomical science, preference being always given to medical schools by law established in this State, for their use in the instruction of medical students." The California legislators have wisely recognized that it is inipqrtant to humanity that the needs of science be supplied, morbid superstition and sentiment notwithstanding. We are informed that the first bale of new cotton this season was brought io Seneca City on the 27th Instant and bought by M. W. Coloman a Co. at 11 Vh .ccnts per pound.?Kcoivee Courier. V City Fathers. i Tho following tickets have boon i>ut ii nomination for Town Council: For liitcndant: B. S. BARNWELL. For Wardens : J. T. ROBERTSON. <;EO. WHITE. W. T. PENNEY. R. E. IIILL. For Inte.ndant : G. A. DOUGLASS. For Warden#: T. M. CHRISTIAN. T. C. SEAL. W. T. PENNEY. J. L. CLARK. For Intcndant; W. T. BRANCH. For War<l<-)i.i : J. W. ROBERTSON. G. A. DOUGLASS. [ W. T. PENNEY. If. H. NORWOOD. For Intcndant: W. JOEL SMITH. For Wardens.' W. T. RKANC II. Ill W . lUMII'ilUDlWi K. B. liAltY. A. M. HILL. HOTEL ARRIVALS. At.stos HorsE.?F W n Nance. II M Johnson, 11II ArmKtrong, W A McWhorter, .] M ('l'erry, Dr J T Miller, Duo West; ('apt. Ja> M White, Dr .115 Mosole.y, Lowndcsvilie; Jus Hawthorn. J M Giles, Mis* K I' C,'ater, The Fork ; John MeMahan, W I) Mann,Mountain View: J K Uradiey, Long Cane; l)r W M Tagjrart, Dry Grove ; 1' L I<uncc, Greenville, s W J Gilinoro, Port Jervis, N V., W X Alai'eljant and Wife, Granitevilie W T Henderson. Greenwood; N K Long, 'Iloncii Patli; D W Thomas, Davis' Bridge; Dr J T JJnskin, Montery; K A Mars. Calhouns Mills; W M Wakefield, jFra/.iersville I) W Jay. Millwny; C'ajit W A Hlack, Antreville; Dr W 10 Link, Wiiiinuton; Dr J W Wideman, Wideman, P O., \V T Itoss, Phoenix; S (,' Link, Llnkvilie; .S Adams, Elherton, Ga., L C Ligonand Wife, Miss K Wilson, Lebanon ; Mrs ii A Temple, ton, M P DeHruhl, Esq, c.'ol J W Pope, city. rnv?TRVi.,p? Freight.?W J Smith and Son, C < McAlllster, J C Woodruff, Want I aw a E, II \V uiWsuii a Co J K Caldwell, Cunningham & T, T Btdter, S K McHryde, Molassosmill. Kxi'UivSa.?J Met'alia, Kev J C Blssel, J K Calhoun, 11 W Bradley, Mrs White, II N I'm it. iHARKh,T KEFOUTS. CORRECTED BY Barnwell & Co. Cotton lJuycrs and Dealers in General Merchandise. Cincinnati, September 2. ? Flour weak family l.i'ia.'j.oO. wheat inactive?red and limber 90ai)5: white Waits. Corn in fair demand and market tlrm, at 42a 14. Oat}: dull and heavy, at 20a-,.i. I'ork steady, at lO.lHIa I0.2.">. Lard dull and a shade lower?current make 7.()U tiiU; 7.10 asked; kettle SaS<4. Hulk meats quiet and tlrm?shoulders ;>%; short ribs held at 0.15 cash sales; i!.i> buyers in Septeniber: short clear ti%. Bacon in fair demand and market firm-o'^a.% (>%a7 and 7J>* ii7U for shoulders, clear ribs and clear sides. Whisky aetiveand tinner, at 1.0G. Arui's'i'a, September2.?Cotton quiet?Middling 10%;?low middling 10]^: good ordinary 1 ! net receipts277; shipment ; sales . CilAiti.KSTON. September 2.?Cotton dull and easy?middling IV/Z\ low middling 10; good ordinary 10'^; net receipts 800; gross m'""' ' DUE WEST A Home Institution For Girls. IMIK next, term of this Institution will open on Monday, (lie 7tli October. I-'or twenty years the* line West Female College has been one of the most prosperous schools for younjr Indies in the country. In all the Departments, only competent experienced teachers are employed. The advantages ofI'ered are certainly equal to that furnished by any Institution in theland. Abbeville people do not need to be told where the Inst itution is, or what, it is. Their patronage is respectfully invited. Tuition, Hoard, "Washing and Fuel, for College year of nine months, one hundred and seventy-seven dollars, (8177.00,) In three installments. Music, Drawing finil Painting, lyul other extras at equally reasonable rates. For further p: r iculars address for Catnlofim to J. I. BONNER, President. Sept. -1, 1S7S. ELECTION RETURNS. Office of Commissioners of Election, Abmkvim.k County, Sept. 22, 1878. TJIE following result of tho election in Smithvillc and Bordeaux Townships as to the tax for the Augusta, Knoxville and Greenwood railroad is certified to us by tljc Managers of said olection-: Smithvillc Township. For Subscription .r)2 Against Subscription 10 Total vote U2 Bordeaux Township. For Subscription 1H3 Against Subscription 33 Total vote 108 The Act of Assembly requires twothirds of the votes cast to carry the tax. We therefore declare that tho vote of Smithvillc Township is against the tax, and the vote of Bordeaux Township is in favor of the tax, and we do hereby officially declare said result. J. W. PEBRTX, Chairman. JOHN T. PAHKS, JOHN WRIGHT. Board of Election Abbeville County. The exception from four tax pavers of Bordeaux Township to tho Election was overruled bv the Hoard. J. W. PERRIN, Chairman. State of South Carolina, Abbeville County. Probate Court?Citation for Letters of Adinniistration. By J. Fuller Lyon, Esq., Prorate Jupge. WHEREAS, Jefferson and Eliza Wideman, made suit to me, to grant them Letters of Administration of the Estate and effects of Samuel Hill, late of Abbeville County, deceased. These are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of the said Samuel Hill, deceased, that they be and appear, before me, in the Court of Probate, to be hold at Abbeville C. H., on Wednesday 18d day of September, after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock iu the forenoon, to show cause, if any they have, why the said Administration should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal, this 2d day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand night hundred and seventy-eight and in the one hundredth " and second year of American Independence. Published on the 5th day of September, 187S, in th<; Press and Banner and on the Court House door for the time required bylaw. J. FULLER LYON, Probate J udge. Sept. 4,1S78. BARTEY! BARLEY!! ?TO BE FOUND AT? w. JOEL SMITH & SON. Sept. 4, 1878. TO ARRIVE THIS WEEK ONE CASE LADIES' HATS AND FAT,] Millinery in all the latest styles at veri low prices. At the EMPORIUM OF FASHIONS. Sept. 4,1878. U' can make money faster-at work for u than at anything else. Capital not requii led; we jvill start you. ?12 per clay at horu made by the industrious. Men, women, boy and girls wanted everywhere to work for u! Now is the time. Costly outfitand terms fre< Address True & Co., Augusta, Maine. Fall Goods! Fall Goods 1 To Arrive this "W"eeh FALL CALIOOES-Bleached nnd Brow lioraes|Hins. R. M. HADDON & CO. w. C, BENET, A-ttorney at Law Law Kangc, Abbeville C. H., S. C. FALL DRESS GOODS ? Jn Seal Brow Navy Blue and Grey Worsted, alsi Blnclc Alpaccasand Black Cusiunere. ?' August 2S, 1STS, tf. r V -*in" ^wjiMijarrCTiBiiffigv J District Court of the Unitefl State: i FOR TIIE j Western District of So. Ca IX BANKRUPTCY. | Iii the matter of Miner anil Watsor I Bankrupts, Western District of So Ca., ss j rTWIS is to give notice that on the 20tl I .L day of August, 1878, a Warrant o | Bankruptcy was issued out of the Districl : Court of the United States for the Western District of South Carolina against tho said J. II. Miner and |J. Sales Watson partners under the j lirm name of Miner it Watson o; Greenwood in the County of Abbeville , in said District adjudged Bankrupts or their own petition, that the payment oj any debts and the delivery of any proper, ty belonging to such Bankrupts to them or either of them or for their use and the transfer of any property by them are forbidden by law and thai a meeting of the creditors of said Bankrupts, Miner and Watson to prove their debts and to choose one or more assignees of their estates will be held at a court of bankruptcy to he holden at Greenville city on Main Strcel before James H. Whitner Esq, llcgistoi in Bankruptcy for said District on tin 20th day of September, A. D. 1878 at 1: i o'clock M. J. B. DILL, Deputy U. S. Marshal, as Messenger. Town Election. AN Election for Intendant and four War dens to scVvc for the next municlna year will be held on Monday, 9th Septemuei next. Polls to be open from 0 a. m. to 0 p. in. when the managers will count the votes and de elare the result. . Managers?W. T. McDonald, J. W. Robertson, Isaac Kennedy, WM. II. PARK EE, 1 August 28,1878. Intendant. FALL MILLINERY, HAVING closed out our entire stoclc ol summer hat.* and flowers. we will bi able to show our lady friends this week something entirely now in full Hats, Flowers, Ribbons,Trimmings, Silks, Rullllngs, Ac. R. M. HADDON & CC. August 28, 1878, tf. SEWING MACHINE OIL, -ATEDWIN PARKER'S. August. 28, 1K7S, tf. Notice. ALT, persons holding claims against the Estate of THOMAS O. PEIUCIN, deceased, are hereby not 1 tied and required to tile them with the Administrator within thetimespocitled by law. U W." PEUTUN. ;Administrator. 27 August, 1S78. wmm DUE WEST, S. C. THIS is one of the oldest Institutions in the State. Its location is all that could be desired for health, intelligence and morality. Its courso of study is as extensive as a thorough and accurate knowledge of the branches introduced will allow. The aim of those in ehargo ol the Institution is to lay broad and deep the foundation on which the student himseli may build all his life. We feel suro its work in this respect will compare favorably with that of any of the higher grade Institutions of the State. Expenses. This Institution was founded in a spirit of the noblest benevolence. It was to j Inrnish the advantages of a complete ed ... ......... uuihwii n? UJUHJ niiu ikiu uwv ouiiiv,jv ?h means to attend our more oxpensiveUnivetsitics and Colleges. This design" has never been lost sight c^l"; and hence .the charges are so moderate that some say, "This is too' chetfj) to be good." Aggregate expanses for the entire scholastic 3'eur need not exceed ?175.00. This covers Board, Tuition, Washing, etc. Session opens 1st Monday in October. For Catalague, Address, WM. IIOOI), Secretary. August 2S, 1S7S, 3t Annual Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the Town Council of Abbeville Sept. 1st, 1878 to 31st Aug. 1878. Dr. To Ciish 011 hand as per last statement ? 9 55 To cash received from liquor licenses 1200 OC To cash received from billiard licenses 20 0C To cash received from Circus, Shows, Peddlers, tfcc 71 7i To c:isli received from delinouent t? x oh, 1077 77 11 To cash received from Luxes of reul and personal property... C72 5C To cash received from commutation tax 150 Of To cash received fiom fines.. 49 2C ?2310 17 Cn. By cash paid currentexpenses ?10G2 90 By cash paid lor lamps and oil 15G 48 By cash paid past indebt' edness 529 70 . By cash paid extra policc 90 15 By cash paid for tax book and freight 18 25 By cash paid A. Bequest road contract 3-19 10 By cash paid for printing 80 03 By cash on hand 47 60-$2340 1" T. P. QUARLES. SECRETARY AND TREASURER, Abbeville, S. C.?Aug. 28, 1878. CARPENTRY. THE undersigned hereby gives noticv that he is prepared to do all kind! of Carpenter's Work and Building. Hp also repairs Cotton Gins, Thrasher and Fans. A full supply of Gin Materia always on hand. Fanners are requests to bring their Gins up early in the seasoi to allow time to have them properly pre pared. Also Agent for the Taylor Cotton Gin the Brooks Cotton Press, and all kinds o Rubber and Leather Belting. D. B. SMITH, AbbcvillcC. JI., S. C. Alexander, Allen & McBee Manufacturers of and Wholesale and Retail Dealers In UPPER & HARNESS LEATHER tri J ? Xkip ctllll <JdIl OH1LLO, GREENVILLE, S. C. 42* Highest cash price paid for Hides. Fresh Arrivals at . WHITE BROTHERS 0 MEW PRINTS?Styles very choice an s i\ handsome. New Long Cloths I New P ' ques, New Victoria Lawnn, New Biack A paccas, New Hamburg Trimmings. May 20, 1878, tf. ! BEST FOOD T^OR Infants and Invalids, ready ic X? use -without boiling, or straininj A child deprived of its mother's mill can only be fed properly, when the l'oo n given is equivalent m power to that < the mother's milk. EDWIX PARKER. June 10th 1878. COLOGNES. Monumental small bottles, 25c " bottles, 60c " Best Gorman Ions bottles 80c 5' at edwin parker. Juno 19,1878, i ----- j COLUMBIA iims mum. 1 r\rENS Session September, in, 1S7-S- Very ' V) full. Faculty of twelve plcrobcrs. Five Male Professors, High Course of Study. , | Seven Languages taught without extra < charge?a saving of SiO 00 per year. Patron[ age from Ave States. Only placc furnishing t instruction In all the departments of lecture System, Elocution, Telegraphy, Kindergarten Calisthenics, Polytechnics. Ac. MoreadvunI tfises to he added. Cheapest, in proportion to , advantages. Seni'. for Catalogues and see for - yourself. Something new, valuable; "wide F awake" and up to the times. The College s j wasncver so well equipped. J. X,. JONES, "President. 1 Columbia, S. C., August 8,1878. July 1*1, I>w8?tf. Notice. \\J ILl be let on Tuesday the 10th of Sep* ?? tember next at 10 o'clock, a. m? the building of a bridge over Long Cane at Can non's bridge. The contractors will be re 'iuired to give bond, wit h cood security. ' /? A'rnrtjriv n! a'mccaslan', T. P. QUARTjKH, County Commissioners. August I I, iS7S.tr. . DR E. H. MCBR1DE i Physician and Surgeon, ; ABBEVILLE, S. 0. Office near Marble Yard in Main Street. Prepared to do Country Practice. July 31,1878, tf. THEPAPERTOTAKE! r Long Established. Enterprising! Reliable! The Chronicle & Sentinel, (Established 1785.) THE CONSTITUTIONALIST, (Established 1799.) Consolidated March, 18,1877. THE Chronlclea?d Constitutionalist, (Dally Tri-Weekly nnd Weekly) ? the only ' morning paper published in the City of Au1 gusta, anil the only paper receiving the Telegraphic Dispatches of the New York Assocla' ted Press. The ouly morning paper published in Eastern Georgia and western Houth Carolina.. Offers greater advantages to advertisers than any paper in the .South. The Chronicle andConstitutionalist is Democratic In politics, but perfectly independent In its comments upon men and measures, its opinions upon all important matters are fearlessly expressed, and resolutely maintained. During the coming Winter special In n-ooMmrtm. \ 11. ml.. Columbia, will keep our renders fully inlorniecl of Congress find of the Legislature of Georgia and South Carolina. Its Commercial Reports are carcfully compiled, and are full and accurate. Now Is the time to subscribe. 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There Is a page devoted to all the latest phases of the business markets, Crops, Mer-i ' chandlze, Ac., &c. A valuable feature is found 1 ftn?l rtrlintj nrwl nrincli. Ill U1U fjlttluiij 1H.U1H.U tionfl of THE PRODUCE MARKET. While nil the news from the Inst Arc to the Discovery of Stanley are to bo found In the WEEKLY HERALD, due attention iu given to SPORTING NEWS at homo and abroad, together with a Story every week, a Sermon by some eminent divine. Literary, Musical, Dramatic, Personal . and Sea Notes, There is 110 paper in the ? world which contains so much news matter * every week as tho "WEEKLY HERALD, which is sent, postage free, for One Dollar, You may subscribe at any time. THE NEW YORK HERALD In a weekly form, ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Tapers publishing this prospectus without R being authorized will not necessarily receive j an exchange. ] Address, 1 Nw York Hrald. Broadway & Ann St., New York. ?. The Orpin W'nr-A 100 lb. Solid Shot New Goods, . JUST DECEIVED j^ NEW lot of ' HATS, LACE, COLLARS, OUFFS, YEIS, AC. AT , Bliss Ramey's. HOLMAN!fl FEVER AND AGUE AND LIVER PAD \ NEVER falling euro and preventive, for ,/Y. every species of Liver Coin plaints, .Malaria Dyspepsia, Nervous Dlso rders, <Jfcc., Ac. Try It. DR. EDWIN TARKER. August 21,1878, tf. 1 A.rrived This "W^ek. d 11 "R TEDICM Dark Frints, Mourning Prints ItJL Bleached and Brown Homespuns, Cor sets, Ruffling*, Ladies Ilats and other desirable goods very cheap. At the EMPORIUM OF FASHIONS. August21,1S77, tf. "P*l ci i H n cr TVTn.rVhi'nes >r ----- "?to ? w,' "I" ATEST styles, best quality, and Ciin dr ^ Jj plaiting more rapidly than any other if For sale by MISS RAMEY. August 21, 1878, tf. DRESS GOODS LADIES' in need of Fall Dresses will fine some very desirable goods closing out ai New York cost preparatory to winter pur eha?es. At the EMPORIUM OF FASHIONS. August 21,1877, tf. v I - - ? mrrtT _ - n I INSXJKE II>r LIVERPOOL LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. Assets Oyer $25,000,OOfl-M WM, H. PARKER, .Accent. March 13, 1KF. =* ALSTON HOUSE. 1878. The Misses Cater. I^AKE pleasure In antloiinclncto old friends X and piitrnn.H that they still keep "The Alston House" open for tljt'ir accomodation and will endeavor to make them "feel at home" as often as they arc i:lnd enough to top. (iREENVILLE MACHINE WORKS AND* IRON FOUNDRY. Redmond, Macdonald & Co. proprietors. QTEAM ENGINES, Boilers, Snw and Grist O Mills, Cotton Gins, Presses, etc., promptly repaired. We have recently added to our establishment nn IRON FOUNDRY and are prepared to furnish all kinds of CASTINGS, equal to the best furnished by any foundry in the country, at short notice, and on reasonah!/. t?F.n(i f'nuh nfit.l fnr Ml.I Inn, ilnllfnrn.l itt our foundry. Works on River Street, renr of Cagle's l'lnning .llill. October 1S77, 12 ra. COMIEHAM & TEMPLETON JJAVEJnst received a large stock of CROCKERY, HAND MADE SHOES, Spring styles, at Sfl.oo, SPRING PRINTS, 01 SPUNS, &c. February 27,1K78, tf. HOLMAN'S LIVER PADS. No Humbug for Chills and Dyspepsia. At 1311. E. PARKER'S March 25, 1878-tf. Rubber Cloth, O O INCHES WIDE can now be found at 00 the Emporium of Fashions. July 10,1878. FRESHSUPPLY OF Ladles Tints Pretty Calicoes, Bleached Homespuns, and other desirable goods, Just received at very low prices at the EMPORIUM OF FASHIONS. June 26,1S78. WHITE BROTHERS WOULD respectfully ask tncattention of the Ladles to to their Fresh supply of choice Prints, Printed Muslins, White Victoria Lawns, White Piques Bleached Long Cloths, Hamburg Trimmings, &c. Mny 1, 1678, tf. freshturnTpse. RITTA TtAGA, Rod Top Strap, Early Wlilto Hutch, I>nnrc White Globe, Large Wliltc Norfolk, Seven Top. At EDWIN PARKER'S. July lOtit, 1878. FRESH SUPPLY OF BLAC ALPACAS, A LI/PR ICES from 23 cents up?Beautiful Hlncks?and cheaper than?ever offered, Just received nt the EMPORIUM OP FASAIONS. July 10, 1W8. BARGAIN'S, BARGAINS JUST received WHITE PIQUES 8 to 12cts. OllASS AND LINEN SUITINGS, I^AMliURGH EDGINGS, TORCIIAN L U'E, 10 to 2f> ctx. R. M. HADDON & CO. Juno 2(1,1878, tf. INGLUVIN. SPECIFIC for vomiting in PregnancyPowerful nnd Rclievable remedy for IN DIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA AND SICK STOM. ACII. E. PARKER. Feb. 20,1878, tf. immr wtttcat iJU VJA 11 ** ?lt?A A.T DR. Ei FAEEEE. June 12,187*. Marshall P. DeBrubl Attorney at Law, ABBEVILLE C. II. S. C. SHOES, SHOES, SHOES! CUNNINGHAM AND TEMPLETON TIAvE opened their SHOES and can sup ply customers at greatly reduced prices. HATS, HATS. IIATS CALL ON CDMiflita & Temjleton ANP get the latest style IIATS for younj and old men. * Greenwood High School Fill Reopen September. MISS M. K. BRIGHT, PRINCIPAL. THIS school offers superior advantages li its experienced teachers nnd salubrioui situation. Young ladies can obtain board with tbi Principal. Kates of tuition. Preparatory Department, per year, SiG.OO and S2f'-0 Academic Department, Advanced Department, including Latin $30.0 Latin with Greek an Modern Languages . Music, Stf.O Drawing, per moutli 3 ~0i Oil I'ainting, per month $ 3." Fancy work per course, at reasonable int. Hoard per month $10.0 August 7,1878, tf. 43 Different liinds OF DniTfiS to arrive at PENNEY'S on o before Saturday, next. When you cal for PILfiS, PLASTERS, PERFUMES, PEl PEK.S, PARAGOHIC, &<!., &c., you can hav them for the money. Vours truly. W. T. PENNEY. Great Reduction In Prices I UTILMSERY, PttKHS GOODS, WHIT t 1U PIQUKH, LIXEN SUITS, unci otlic - desirable goods at tlie EMPORIUM OF FASHIONS. May 29,1878, tf. 1 . _ _ |1 GOWER & CO,, Greenville^ S. C., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN DOORS, SASH. BLINDS. MANTLES AND SHINGLES, STAIR WORK, I NEWELS, HAND RAIL AND BALUSTERS LIME, CEMENT AND LATHS TEMPLES IMPROVED POCELAIN LINED PUMPS. Sewer and Brain Piping. rpHE most complete ePtabllNhfrttht in the 1 upper part of the State from \vi?icli to procure 11UILDEH8 MATKKIAIJS. Glass in any quantity on hand. Send I istm for estimate*. Thankful for the liberal patronage of Abbeville County conferred In the past we respectfully request a continuance of the same. T. C, GOWER & CO,, G-reenville, S. C? Nov. 14, 1877,12m GrElSTTLTUMElSr Are Reqested to Take Notice That WHITE BROTHERS ?| AVJ3 a full supply of SUMMER UNDERWEAR, RE.VDY-MADE SHIRTS, LINEN COLLARS and CUFFS, FANCY CASSIMERES. !Ready-iS?ade CLOTHING, U A TC r,f descriptions?Special attenunl J tlon is called to their stock ol FANCY STRAW HATS, LOW-QUARTERED HAND-MADE SHOES of Different Styles and Qualities. WHITE BROTHERS. M vy 1, 1878, tf. . 1 1878 1878 i i New Crop Turnip Seed! Wo have just received our new TURNIP SEED, Early Flat Dutch, Early Purplo Top, (strap leafed,) Poraeranean 1 Globe, Amber Globe, Largo White Norfolk, White Stone, Yellow Stone, Hanover, and Sweet Germah. ' Blootningdale Yellow Ruta Baga and Bloomingdalo White Ruta Bapja. These seed aro put up in quarter pound packages and are grown by David Landroth & Sons who need no recommonda- , tion from us. i Call at onco or send your orders to II. W. LAWSON & CO. _ ( Wo have also received our GLASS FRUIT JARS which we sse selling at ; the following priccs for cash only: 1 Quart Fruit Jars, $1,25 per Dozen. 2 " ' ?1,(30 " Tin Fruit Cans, 60 cents per dozen, cash. J uly 17,1878, tf. II. W. LAWSON & CO. P. K. LOOK AT THOSE PIQUES AT 8c. ALSO, WHITE VICTORIA LAWNS AT 15c AT WHITE BROTHERS. MnyS,11S7S, tf TRY HOME FIRStr CONGAEBE IR1 WORKS, olumbia, S. C. MUM. PEOPEIETOE. ' . KEDDCED PRICES: VERTICAL CANE MILLS, List of -Prices2 Rollers, 10 melics diameter, $35 00 2 "12 " " 45 00 2 ? 14 " " 55 00 3 " 10 " 00 00 , 3 ? 12 " " 70 UO 3 ' 11 " " 80 00 Above prlcoscompletowith Frame. Withou Frame, 810 less on each Mill. HORIZONTAL?3 Roller Mill for Steam or Water Pow| er, $150. M Your Orders for ' Cane Mills AND Syrup Kettles; > TO D. B. SMITH, Agent. Abbeville C.H.S.C. * J. F1. C. DuPEE ] TRIAL JUSTICE, ?!.Abbev?lle C. H.> S. C. & 0 A NY business'entrusted to his enrowillre 11 cjl celve iiis prompt und personal attention ' SHOES! SHOES!! DOZEN pairs LADIES .SHOES, Just rei U ceived and cbcap. At U. M. IIADDON & CO. \ June2G,_lS7K, t j MEDICAL. FERWEIN?Collier's Kentucky Remedy for Man and lienst. EDWIN IIAHKER. July 10, 1878. 500 DOZENS . COATS SPOOL (JOTTUjN * White and Black. Merchants supplied nt the trade pric<\ white brothers. tl! y 1, 1S78?tf # ' ' ' ~ , ' ' '' ' g " MBP? I I l.ll I II lilBHJIjl II III BM I I I .1 "HARD PAN wmdwi Are 3M"oXV 3 FROM NEW YOBK TJjNTXJSXJ Large and Sel DT5Y nnnns wn ? W CLOTHING, I HARDW-A GROCE Tlieir Goods having been be at the lowest range of JhSc Bottor Call and examine. WARDLAW' ( Api'il 17, 3R7-S, tf ; ~ SPRING CHRfSTOPHFJ INVITE your attention to NEW GOODS?the vlnced. send to us for samples, FINE BLiAC Bought at enormous sacrifice, and selling less tin New Spring and Summer Linen Damasks, Towels, EVERYTHING AT I Fine Casimeres, Beautiful Parasols LAWNS li YARD WIDE,' 1 Freight Prepaid on all or AprlU". 1878,3m. # TO THE 3 My customers know that I have lierctofer< in stylo, quality and pi ices. The time has corns when these goods c he North and West. I do not go backwards but continually ral new styles. I have made reductions in prio penso to place in your hands a Price List th: I respectfully invite you to call and exami ing clsowhero.* Orders by mail will receive It'would make tlio list too largo to describ Bedroom, Parlor Suits, Dining Room, OlTlco Secretaries, Dwarf Libraries, and Hook Case his list contains only a few of the prices of PARLOR SUITES.?Six Chairs, Hair Reps, 821, $21, S28. .. | PARLOR R3CKERS.?Carved Top, Hair ? Sloth or Rep. $9.00,811.00, ?14,00, 817.00. a MATTRESSES.?Straw and Cotton, 83.50. M.OO; Shuck and Cotton, 83.75, SI. 2.5: Cotton SJ'.OO ? SIDEBOARDS.?Marble Tops, $30, $25,330,83.5, $ ,'10,815,850; Marble tops upwards to 8150. PARLOR SUIT'S.?Seven pieces, Hair Cloth J >r Reps, 81.5,850,8?0,870,880,800, 810<i, 812.5; Nine 8 pieces, Leather or Cane, $lo0; Eight pieces, 6 Pine, upwards to $450. h CHAMBER SUITS.?Imitation Walnut or } )uk, 820; Ten pleeos, solid head, carved top, 11 524,828,831, <10,815, 850. DRESSING CASES.?Ton pieces, 8-10, 845, ^ J50,855, SCO; Ten pleqjs Walnut 870, 880, 800, <100, ten pieces \\ alnlit upwards to SfiOO. d CHAIRS.?Cane sent, per half dozen 85.75. c Cane scat. Dining half dozen, 88.75, Caue seat 1: bent Dining per half dozen S10.0!t, Split seat per half dozen 83.50, Best Cane seat, 84.75, c Wood seat, 83.25. c ROCKERS.?Wood Seat Arm, 82.00; Wood Scat Nurse, 81.00; Cane Seat Nurse, 82.50; Cane . Scat Arm, 83.75. > WALNUT BUREAU SUITS.-Tcn pieces, enclosed Wash Stand, S35,845, S50; Ten nieces, t w,.rble top, enclosed Wash Stand,815, 850, S.">5, es, marble top upwards to 8128 S No chargc for freight, drayago or packing Thanking you for past favors, I ro Oct-ohor 31, 1S77. 12 m. TOZ] n j r Mean r TTOTESKTT^sr Of which are Now W in the County of ? fair Prospect ol as fare long. A- ] Terms can be plyini 1! Oct. 31, 1877 tf, PENDLETO] FOUNDRY & MA AUGUST HAVING bought nit of Mr. Cooper's completi pared tlmii ever to furnish IRON AND I3J o cp for saio Plantation Steam Engines, C Mills, Grist Mills, Threj Powers, Grin Gearing, a chinery at lo1 SMITH'S CELEBRAT1 For Hand, Horse, Stej HOLIDAY THE LARGEST IN THIS CONSISTING OF TOYS. POLLS. FRENCH ESE WAKE, FANCY SHAKER AND IN RUSSIA Leather Gooods, Walnut Brackets, X CORAL and Plated Jewelry, Ties Gloves, Si collarsnnamiis, iNllijIjliMl.lt X Your Inspection am wiiloluEwi . in workmanship Is equal to as elegantly finished as a fi hi.orhoat awards at th? VI sitions. IT SEWS ONE-FOi machines. Its capacity is u WILSON MACHINES sold 1 the combined sales of all MENDSNC ATTACHWSMTfci WITHOUT PATCHahIC, given Si WILSON SE1 827 & 829 Broadway, New Cor. State & Madison Sts., Chicago, III A.T L A.8T," *^, Flee eiving AND BOSTON AN ALIj^ ? tect Stock 6f TIONS IATS, SHOES, .RE, 7 - r eg % in finn n rt A n . mght at headquarters ana prices, are offered tx Prices^ | l EDWARDS: -? ' " -JS 1878. y announce a tumble in prices?to be con3k silks; > in cost of manufacturers. s * :: v&j Dress Goods, Linens and <113 Napkins, and Hosiery. iOTTOH rRICES. i, a Bargain in Spring Linens.' VORTH 25c/ONLY 121c . ^ ders amounting to no. public; Augusta,, Ga., August 1,1877.' 3 led tlie "JPurniture" trade of the South an be purchased as cheap from me as In, ' ise the standard of my goods, and add- / es wherever possible, and spared no esit will help you to purchase goods. I j . no my stock and prices before purollaflf" - \ as much attention as if eivenjn DQi3?0ii.j_ e and copy all the diflfcrent prices oj; i'flSgfflj , Standing Parlor and Ladies' Deakaj js, manufactured by me, and therefore goods kept by me. BITREAS.?Imitation Walnut and Gifts*' r.75, S9.75, Walnnt and Glass, $13.75, M7.Sk' Walnut quarter Marble and Glass $1D.00,S24.00: J8.00, ?34.00- Walnut full Marble and Glass nd upwards to 9100.00. BEDSTEADS.?No. 1 Bed IZ25, No. 2 Bed " 2.75, No. 3 Bed Solid Head, 4feet, 6 Incheshigh 1.75, No. 4 Solid carved top, 5 ft. 0 In. hlgrt 1.00, No. 5 Bed Solid carved top, French S8jw;i o. 1 Bed Walnut, carvtd top, 6 feet high.' 7.75, No. 'i Bed Walnut, solid bead, carved top.' feet C In high 90.75, No 3 Bed Walnut, solid: cad, carvcd top, 7 feet6 In high <11.75, No 4 ted walnut, solid head,carved top, 8 feet6 In* ilgh 911,00. WASHSTAJTDS.?Imitation Walnut Sl^L.V'nlnut crtclosed 51,00, Walhut Marble top <800 WAUDUOBES.?Walnut 517, Walnut two, ? rawers S19, Walnuttwo draweredrop handles' nrvod top $22, $30, Walnut ttoo $raw, drop v mndle, carved top, fancy panels ?39, TAIJLES.?Round or Square $1,50, Walnut' :entre, draw S?,00, Walnut Centre Marble top 7,Off, *S,00, 60,00, $12,00, M8.00, $20,00, |2&,00. TOWEL RACKS.?Walnut 60, 81.00, 51,50, 2,00, $4,00. .' ?**' SOFAS.?T/irpe Hair Cloth'" or Reps, carvcd op SIS, $22, #24, 68D. . ... TETE-A-TETES.?Tcte $15,00 *16,75, $19.75, '> ' 21,75. . * . 7 main, yonrs respectfully. *. - ' ? . r * *; G. V. DeGRAAF.' /?, 3 !E5. Ingines, _ Q or king Successfully Lnderson, with a i many more be?rice list and - > > had by ap- ; . ? to -v. tc 5' COLUMBIA, S. C.' " ; rmM J Sf & BROS., CHINE WORKS, CA.GA. ' V--'!** "* j Rtock of pntloriiB, Ac., we nro better p If AsM r,\ftTI\7JS nf Avprv an lane Mills, Evaporators, Saw siring Machines, Horse nd all Plantation Masked; Prices. / t IDCOTTON PRESS. im or Water Power. tT ' V. *?' r GOODS 1 S R- < CITY: ANT> GERMAN FANCY GOODS, JAPAN DIAN WORK-BASKETS. fall Pockcts, Mottoc Frames, &c. lit, Linen and Embroidered Hankerchlef unusually LOW PRICES. i Orders Solicited. A. H, THUMP'S., 1IAQIC IMUCMTinM^ UI1ULL 111 1 fall mm, . WORLD RENOWNED NG MACHINE *> ChrnnnmAtAr Watch. and rst-class Piano. It received enna and Centennial Expo* URTH FASTER than other inlimiled, There are more In the United State3 than ~v the others. The WILSON doing all kinds of repairing* FREE with each machine. nm MACHINE GO, York; New Orleans, La.j s^and^Snn rj|cisco?