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phe Press and Banner,
J ABBEVILLE, S. C.
Wednesday, Jan. 30, 1884.
r
' of Judson R. Rogers.
r" The people of thin village were shocked
Bpnt Thursday morning :it the announec^Kiont
that Judson B. I toners was dead.
^Jlr. Holers had been at the store dur
ing the whole of the previous day. and
was then in his usual good health, until
alwmt an hour before the time to close the
store. Although he felt symptoms of folic
he made no complaint, and none knew
that there was anything wr??*?sr with him.
After dark ho sought the aid of I>r. M ibry,
who made a simple prescription for
)>iin at the time. About nine o'clock he
called Dr. Mahrv to give him some mor.
phine, when the l>?ctor administered, hy'
i>erdermieally, one eighth of a grain.
i>r. Mrtbry called again :it eleven o'clock.
Mr. Rogers li:t<I rot been relieved. The
Doctor then injected into hi<? arm another
Ci^th of a grain of morphine. After rein
lining a short while with him the Doetor
left him, and saw nothing nioro of
him, until nearly davlisrht, when ho
(Was dying. His brother Mr. William
J.* Rogers sat with him until
half-past two o'clock, when the deceased
thought it unnecessary for him to sit
tip longer. Mr. William II igt?rs then
asked him if he should go to his own
room or stay in the room ?vith him. To
this tho deceased answered by asking his
brother to lie on the bed with him. After
resting and sleeping for about two or
three hours he was aroused by tho cries
of a small ehild of the deceased, (iettin-r
up, and failim* to pacify the child, lie
olti>r iin hour or so to call its
father, when, to his iittor astonishment,
khe found that he could not arouse him,
' and he suddenly realised the fact that his
brother was dying. A few minutes later,
and he was dead. Death literally came
"on him as a thief," when ho was asleep.
He was never conscious of hi? perilous
condition, or of his approaching end.
Verily, "thero is but a step between me
and death."
Funeral services were held at the home
of the deceased, by the Rev. Ft. X. Pratt,
!>astor of the Raptist church. Where a
arge concourse of the business men of
the village assembled to pay a tribute of
respect and sympathy to our departed
^leighbor. At the conclusion of the reliKrious
exercises quite a number of itentle^nen
accompanied thecorpsc to the lloreb
' graveyard?this too when the weather
was most inclement and when the roads
were almost impassable. And Mr. Rogers
sleeps beside the wife whom he so
lately buried.
Mr. Kopers came to huh puue ikmu
Mcrristown, Tennessee, about seventeen
Years ago, awl endued in the mercantile
business. In 1K73 ho married Miss Fantiie
Harris, of tliis county, who was a
f;raduHte of the Due West Female Colejje.
He was a zealous Baptist and was
one of the founders of the Baptist church
nt this place, and contributed much time
and a liberal amount of money towards
its erection.
Death is seldom a welcome puost, but
In this instance there seetns much more
than usual to arouse the sympathies of
futr better nature, and to ndrnonisd us to
he also ready. Physically, Mr. Rogers
was perhaps" the most powerful man in
tho community, hut, in the strength of
his manhood, apparently in pond health,
possessing remarkable cheerfulness a
warmth of heart for everyborly, and an
tiniisnal affection and tenderness for the
members of his own household, he, at the
close of the day's labor, lav down and
died. The death of the wife of \fr. Ropers
was recently chronicled in those columns.
Neither lie nor his wife had
reached the meridian of life. Rut these
facts do not impress upon the reader the
naddest part of this mournful story. Rv
these deaths three little children are left
orphans. Two little girls and a little boy
are orphans indeed.
Delighted With Their Home.
From a letter received from the Rev. R.
TV. Seymour we learn that he and his
ramily are much pleased with their new
thome at Cross Hill in Laurens county.
They find their neiphbors pcnial. kind
~nnd attentive, and evervthinp betoken* a
pleasant vear for the parson and his Tamil..
Tl.o.r lunvo their Turin in tlliscOlintV
Jijr. a ??v r - in
charge of their son, Mr. E. Y. Seymour.
He ought to get married and take
a wife to their eleirant home which now
holds only himself. The rats ought to
. eat the toes off a man who would live in
that house alone.
Excnrslon to Charleston.
The Industrial Exhibition of the Agricultural
Society of South Carolina will
open in Charleston the 20th in?tant, and
will continue until the 2-'ld of February.
Reduced rates will he given on all road*.
Kale of tickets begins the 2Sth?tickets
pood for five days. We have not seen the
Hchedule of rates, but have heard that the
fare from Abbeville ami return will be
$8.15. Full particular* can be obtained
from ticket agents at all the stations.
Thanks to Mr. E. L. Roche. Superintendent,
for a ticket to the Exhibition.
Rev. R. N. Pratt, of this villaeo, received
a telegraphic dispatch yesterday to
go to Cokesbury to marry Miss Emma
Hart, of Cokesbury, and Mr. Riser, of
Newberry. The preacher who was expected
to perform the ceremony could
not attend, but the wedding was not to be
postponed on that account. We wish the
liewly married couple much happiness.
They left on the evening train for Atlanta.
Mn. H. T. Huchabee, from the office
of Wheeler <fe Wilson Manufacturing
Company in Charleston, came to town
last Monday on a pleasure trip to his old
home. We welcome him back and trust
that his stay with us may bo as pleasant
to him as it is to us.
Mr. C. E. Bruce has reduced the prices
of his work to suit the hard times. New
CA CJO AA oa)
i* rencn can wkhm, --wv, v.
boot*, $0.00. Best kid top gaiters $5.50 to
$7.-09? The above is for best hand-sewed
FVork. Half-soling from 35cts. to Toots.
Cash.
a lamp explosion at WofTord College
last week came near ending the days of
Mr. George W. Lomax. He was scared
' out of at least one year's growth. Otherwise
he escaped without injury from
dangers which might have been fatal.
Thk Town Council of Abbevilie are
doing good work by putting broken
stones( in the muddy streets. A hard
surface for wagons will hereafter he
found in many places where mud holes
were formerl}' found.
Rkad the article on country school
houses, which is taken from the Xorth
Carolina Teacher. Lay it away for fi tnrc
reference, when you go to build a
school house. The plan is a most excellent
one.
Next Monday is Saledav, and next
week is Court week. We hope that our
friends may not lorget to call at the Pre*.t
and Banner office. A hearty welcome
awaits theui.
Thk great piles of rocks on the sides
of the streets in various places indicates
that good is to be done in the respective
neighborhoods, and that mud holes will
disappear.
twktir will be a Diireon shoot on Fri
day evening at 2 o'dwk in which nil the
"shot*" of town will participate. A lively
and interesting contest is expected.
Capt. M. \j. Bonkam left Abbeville
Yesterday morning to visit his brother,
Mr. James Ronham, in Columbia, who is
"lying very ill.
The greatest amount of oats has b<'en
killed. Remedy the Io?s by calling on \V.
8. Cothran <fc Co., who have an abundance
of good seed.
The Upper Long Cane Society mot last
Friday, according to appointment. Nothing
of any special interest occurred.
It's vour own fault if you don't sow
oats. XV. S. Cothran if- Col have the seed.
Even half crop of oats pay well.
Miss Carrie Cobb, of Greenwood, Is
in town visiting her friend Miss Mamie
Lawson. A pleasant trip to her.
Thk late sowings of oats wero badly
killed out by the freeze. The crops on
aandy lands suffered most.
There may be a time In tho future
when we can get even with Major Todd
of the Anderson Journal.
H. Adams on the Dendy Cornnor if
ready to feed the hungry with the mos
rl oat ravtlo rvhihlpy
UVni<H>/tv vv**v*ww.
Insure your properly with Capt. J. T
Parks, who will be glad to pay all youi
losses by fire.
It taken two weeks for the Laurenxrilh
Herald to publish the County Treasur
er's report.
Landreth's carden seed and onion set.'
new, just received and for sale by Quarlei
& Thomas.
A good well-fixture can be had o
Messrs. M. L. Bonhaiu and W. C. Mc
Gowan.
No excuse for a failure in theont crop
W. 8. Cothran <t Co. have the finest seed
Onlv thirty davs lonjicr to sow oats
Death or E. W. M. Mat-key.
to the Xeu t and Courier.]
Wasiiisotojt, .IttDunry 2S.?Nothing since
Congress met has exceeded In Intcren, so larj
h< comment is oncernrd, the sudden death of j
Kepri'si'iit-itlxe Maekey, oi South Carolina. |
On Thursday the deceased miked with your
correspondent concerning tlie appointment of j
several po-tinastcrs in this state, and a few I
minutes alter was compelled to test himself!
I on a sola in the rear of ttie hull. T<> Inoulrlcs.
| hs to what was the matter he replied tint he,
had a severe {>:?iti in tlie stomach, tuulj
' thought he would go home and take some)
.medicine for his trouble. This was his la*t,
j appearance in Congress, for he remained In
1 tied till -j o'clock this mornInjr when his sufferings.
cau>ed t?y peritonitis, were ended by I
death. i
Surprise was n>aiii!--<led on every face when )
the announcement was in .de ot his death, lor
no one had nt-rtalncd a tiiougnt of his sick-1
ness 11* in.: al all dangerous. Itoth Houses ofj
Congress adjourned promptly as a mark of ic-j
S|'C.[ |<> | III* IIICMIIII V III l III- UITI .I-V-H .1 ... - I
r.ingcments wcreat one* hozuii fV?r the funeral. I
Anticipating the removal of the re i:ii is to |
South Carolina a tii?*ct!II^ of tilt' committee!
on accounts \v;?s called. at which it wasdecld*
cil t hat tlif expenditures for the trip shoiiUl he
1 iinitfil to actual accessaries, and no scandal i
he toliT.ileil such as has recently been devel-j
oped in eoniiection with affairs of this kind.
Serje int-nt-Arms I.cedom was informed of
the d-eisioii of t'ie committee, ?o which Ins I
response wns that t"e precaution wa- hardly
hoc s-ary, a* the funeral and intoriueiit would 1
take place here.
The ho ly " ill he removed on Wednesday i
from the reside ice of the iiioMct of tiie de? !
erased lo All-Fouls' Church. whore tlie tuner-j
al cerciiioiiies will he held. Kiglit. stalwart
p diceni' ii iroin the i 'apital force will act a* I
pill-heaters, and the Interment will he made!
in (tl"iiwo'id Ceineta-y iu the family lot.
A s.id feature of the death of Mr. Ma-kev i*
the tact iliat his wj!e expects soon to become
a mother, and it is feared that hrr sudden he- j
leavement will have a fatal cflect, as she 1* i
stated to tie almost wild with grief.
I In hi* prayer this morning the chaplain of I
the House f -elin ;ly referred to the death of
K. W. M. M ickcy, of Nonih Carolina, ii'd in-1
voked the Divine protection on his bereaved
family. Alter reading of the Jotianal the announcement
of the death was made by Mr
O'Haraof North I'arolma, whootTered resolutIons,
which were unanimously adopted, expressing
the sincere regret ot the House at |
; the news of the decease of one i.f its memi
hers, and authorizing the Speaker to app.lni
a com in 11 tee to take charge of the funeral arrangements.
The Speaker subsequently announced
as such comiiiitM-c Me-srs. l'cttl-j
j bone. Calkins. Ilisbce. u'llara, Willis, Davis, I
I of Missouri, and Hemphill. The House then |
| as a mark of respeel to the memory of the I
deceased at liID p. in. adjourned.
In the Senate a message was received from ;
I the House of Keprosontiitatives announcing j
the death of congressman Mackeyjof Sotlth j
) Carolina, and thcSenate after a committee on I
its part to attend the ohseijuies of the deceas
ed tiiljiturned Tin* commute consists or sen- |
ntors lint lt*r of .South Carolina, l'cndleton ofj
j Ohio, and illll of Colorado.
Keep Bros.
The beginning of the new yenr is n pen era I !
! time for settling account* and making resolu-i
lions f.ir the future. The head of many aj
; family is overcast with gloom as lie ascertains
11lie true state of his affairs, ami perceive*!
j how little he has to show from the past year
.oftol'. ills family may have been industrious
In a general way, and yet been consumers
I only, and not producers. We knew a farmer's i
i family where there ware three daughters Just1
! huddir.g Into woniauliood. On Inquiring of I
! the mother what she had to sell to clothe her i
'daughters with, she answered, not a thing.!
: Have you 110 butter, eggs, fowls, honey, orj
[ bees-wax to sell from this good farm? No, j
| nothing. These girls were not Idle! Oh no. I
They pounded the organ, and the result was
; music as sweet as filing a saw; crotched,;
j darned lace, and helped mother. When their
' father went to town they asked him to bring
them a pair of shoes, a bustle, or a necktie,
, w I tit no thought or care. And all the while
j the neighliois said "lie was hard run."
! There arc few farmers' families that are so
situated that they can not care for a few colonics
of bees, TI.ey not only need the sweets i
they gather, hut the Industrious insects help l
ito fertilize the bloom of'heir orchard* aua!
| meadows. Nature has appointed this insect,
| and it alone, lo do thin work for her.
Honey can be used in many ways as a substitute
for sugar?in canning fruit, making
co'>kles, and for other culinary purposes:
| We would advise all those contemplating
1 bee-keeping to start on a small scale. If they j
I have no previous (raining. Two colonies areli
1 <>? /( tlwm lr*? tlioir Ir MitU'loili/n !
j In tlif same ratio as do their bees. The next j
thing In orilcr, sifter purchasing bees. snould |
be u good standard work on apiculture; and I
study It well. A person should b<- full of the-1
lory, and then tlie.v are ready f>>r practice. |
'Those who are energetic, willing to work, Iii-i
I telligent and willing, eager to learn, observ-j
Ins persevering, mill attentive to their work,)
I will rarely ever fail in apiculture.
I We have heard farmers say that bees will |
| not flourish with the s mie ea.'e given to other
farm stock, and tl.at they have not 1
I times to attend to them. We would recoin-1
! mend to all such to try the experiment of
I prot'Ui ing a colony or two of beautiful 1 ml- j!
I iai:s, in some good movable frame hive, and I
present them to the family, with abundance J
of bee literature, and see If they are not (alt- j
en care of especially if the almighty dollar
puts in an appearance.?Mrs. L. Harrison, in
Pruirie Frumer. J.
I
Eight Acres Enough.
There are so doubt tnany farmers in this country
I wh"?e lari-e estate* -re ? positive li mine* to them. [ i
The following account, written f>v a correspondent of
the New York Tribune, show# what Can be done on a
| small farm :
When 1 acquired title to the old homestead and the
great barns ofthe hundred acre farm, now whittled i
down to eight, don ts appeared as to the ability of j
aiiccexllng on a small surface, where a former pro-1,
prlctor ha-l acquired a much larcer area. !{ pinning ,
with a retail route to a neighboring city. I eomiiienc- I <
eil to sell vegetables; and supplied n steady and grow-!,
Ins demand for "fresh goods light from the garden. j
Thl* finally took the form of fancy gardening. in my
determination each year lo add to my Ht-t f product* |
?i:ch new varieties of vegetables as the popular taste |
d* niatidrd. ti"d which were unsnpplicd in Ihe home i
rnaik't. This D (vesit'it-d learning a great i>a! in;
experiments, I nth by siicce?s and lallitre in raising '
the articles called foi; litr as the articles raised were :
new and I held all th- snpt.lv. my tr?d-> grew apace, i '
I Pome tlii:<irs were dropped from the 1 st as un;.rofit!
able, by teason of ihe very limited demand; lor Ij
have found that if a market can be created any veg- I
e tables can be sold at a remunerative pi ice. I deter- [.
mined on uniform and in dium prices, w hich would ;
insure confidence in the customers, and deter Cotnpe- ,
I it ion while it ensured a safe Mid steady market fori
my products. My tie itest trouble was In lack of
ready money t?.bu> wh 11 imueii Ively needed in :
the proseeotion of such a form of (widening; these j
were a-lies for hot beds, and a place to store in ft I
half-growing condition su> h crops as t wished to
inirket in a frc h state, such as cauliflower, lettuce!
endive. |.ai s:ev. lei ks. celery, etc., b t time ha* last I
I overcome th 'Se difficulties and I have now, alter
i went* vara of labor, secured a business In tny near- j
e?t Itv,"four ii iles away, which b.>s so far distanced |
j all competition.
j Now. what Is the moral? simply this, that where
the ritfht conditions -sist a man can su,.|>ort a family |'
I of six pet song and sometimes more on eight ncres.
j and do it > ear alter year. Besides. I keep ihree. ad'
sometimes live cows, and always one horse : all this j
j on eight we*. Toe land g ows richer, the buildings j
I are in as good repair as at first; and the working!
force, besides inysrlf, is eijual to one man eightj :
tn >nths, and one Iciy twelve months I h<ve lit. ly ;
added a hot-h-.tis- ; have lifiy pea- tr- es and twenu- i
tlve grapevines in 'learii'g, w'itlt a fire young orchard j
comli.g on ; all fruit I h ive s t with "my own hand's. |
I tlioiight at first eight acres was lo.. small, but now i
| I find it land enough. 1 hav. hid t> work hard, ton;
j ha.d some of the tini-, but I have toil ml l.-lsuro toj
-ead. enjoy litV and keep up w ith the tttnes.? IF. II. \
| Hull, in .V. 1" Tribune.
I Chester Aheap.?In looking over our j
Ct itn a.voWfiniruc u-o Hni! tlwif in u itiimhai' i\f
-utilities tt>o au?lit?>r advertises B:iles??f Isirnl
j for payment. of (tfhiii)iii'nt taxes. There is
I nothln-r of this soft In ChesterCounty nor his ;
the e i>een. If wc rememlicr aright, since the;
Iiemoctaey crnne Into power in tlie State In
is 6. Our people pay their taxes promptly.
they arc utile anil they are willing.?Bulletin.' j
We had the pleasure of a call yesterday;'
from Mr. G. B. Mi-Caslan, formerly of:
this County, l>ut now of Merriwether,|
Edgefield County. He is one of the excellent
of earth," and he always finds ai
cordial greeting at the Press and Manner \
office. |
Persons wanting a g<.od milk cow can '
he accommodated by application to Mr..
\V. T. Penney. j
Farmers it will pay you to inspect our :
stock of groceries, tobacco and farming:
implements before purchasing else-j
wlieie. P. Uoseiiberg ?? Co.
A splendid assortment of plows at low
cut prices for sale P. Rosenberg it* Co. |
Landreth's fresh grrden secdH just rel
ceived at H, W. Law son it Co's.
| A new lot of school books just received
at II. W. Lawson ifc Co's.
MARRIED.
I MARKIKD, at the residence of the bride's
j sister, Mrs. .1. K. Gardener. In Yorkvillc. S.
January 2ith, lxst, by Hie Itev. William <>.:
I Neville, Rev. \V. T. MATTIIKWS of Longs-,
j ville,H C, loMissSUii F. LOl'KY, of York-:
! vine, s. c. I
j OBITUARY. j
I Died, at the residence of I)r. \V. I). Jones, in |
iOsceo'a. Ark., on tlie 12th day of January,!
.; IKS*, after a Kneeling Illness of five or six I
j weeks, John A. Williams lined about 26 years. I
i The deceased was horn and raised In Abbe- I
ville County. S. C., where his father now re-j
sides; he came to ihis county about two years
; ngo, where he tins lived ever since. up to his
' d?Hth. He was very quiet, peaeeable and Industrious
young man. and seemed to be well
i. pleased with Uils his newly adopted home.
| Though he died away from Ills old home,
away from his father's house, he was not
without friends. Dr. Jones Ms physician,
i realizing the fact that his disease was a dan-1
geious one. took him to his hou^e. where all i
the aid was ci ven him that a skillful physi-]
i clan could give, and a kind-hearted motherly I
[ woman like Mrs. Jones could possibly do; I
| but despite the efforts of his Physician and
i the motherly treatment and good nursing he
i received, death did Us work, but we feel that
I he was cut down in the prime of life, Just'
> when he was entering upon the most important
part of usefulness, which forcibly re.
minds us that,
r "How frail our life, how short Its date,
How insecure its mortal state!
r. Where Is a man that draws u breath
' I Safe from disease or sale from death ?"
?Osceola Times.
s! Mrs. Mary A. Bowen of the Antreville sec.
tlon died liecember 27th. lsxs. in the seventy*
seventh year of her liteaftera long and paln|
rui illness. She was born in the vicinity of
r Due West and reared up In Seceder faith, but
1 for the last fifty years has been a member of
- Little Mountain 1'resbyterinn Church, and
. -t ...1 i ltn l,.ot Ir. 1 i It, ntmrllonm. to tllut
! faith.'" *" "" "
. Tribute of Respect to Dr. George W.
. | Mitchell.
1 Whereas, by a dispensation of divine ProvI
Idence our worthy and well beloved brother.
I)r. George W. Mitchell, Iiiik been removed
from our midst. therefore let us bow, wilh
f reverential resignation to the will of the Supreme
Kuler of the universe, yet our heart*
are deeply wounded and sorrowful at having
r suddenly torn from our presence and association
a veteran and wel tried, zealous and
faithful doctor, an exalted member oi the
brotherhood of man. one of the noblest of
that noble type of old South Carolina gentler
men. combining as he did In one bright golden
chain the strictest probity, a genetotis hospitality,
an expansive though unostentatious
0 benevolence, a charily that knew no bounds,
and manners that were dignified, courteous
and cordhil. We profoundly sympathize with
3 ttie mirvlvinir children mid other relatives of
our deceased b> other In the peculiarly sad
loss they have sustained, conscious that In nil
0 the relations of father. broUierund friend, he
had but few equals and no superiors,and that
f around him clustered and entwined themselves
In the richest profusion and warmest
affections ami strongest tendrils of every
1 heart, hut we confidently commend then) lu
this severely afflicted dispensation and bereavement
to that Almlulity and beneficent
^ymrent, whose tender compassion "tempers
^n^uind to the shorn lainh," for that needful
HB^H^M^eonsolation which tlie world can
mUHHB^UNvFKi
tinii Kttu W. I'iercc's serial, "A Dark I)ecil,"
is continual ami there are short fctorle.s by j
Mary A. Ponison, Edwin f. Tiifion, C, G.
Koscnbur;;, Surrey Wylt, cot., etc.. nmt
sketches AO ventures, Poems,etc.. b.v favorlio
writers? many <?t the jmkmiis are beautifully
illustrated. In fact, ill I tlio i lliistratinns are i
highly finished, and the colored plate fr.niis- ;
piece, ' I.lttle Misrliiet" is wot thy of an ele-1
traut frame. The priro of a single number is ]
li"> routs and the yearly subscription $!,2 , ,
postpaid. Address, Mrs. Frank Leslie, I'ub1
irher, .Vt, 55, and .'i7 I'ark I'lace, N. Y.
- !
market kefoist.
?i-orukctki* wkf.ki.y nv?
PAKICER& HILL,!
COTTON I1UYKKS !
And Dealers in General Merchandise.
AHiiEViM.K, January hm, [
COCXTUY i'KODfCK.
('niton in l'ooi!ilemaml.
Cotton, MiiMlnnr 0 Hi It
CioOll .Mill ilinu " JO
(vtton, stains tl'-j " k'j
NVw Corn 75" " ?5
Kloiir G.00 " T.-VI
Meal 85 "l.?*l
'h's, !:ihhI demand " 00
Ko'ldcr 75 "UK)
Butter 15 " -(
KggN Wi" 'JO
UUOCKltlKS.
I'ncon 91-J (&
Supar S " 10
Coircc iVi " 1?
Hi CO 8 " 9
I,ar<l 10 " 11
Plow Stocks 1.25 " 2.00
Nails 4 " r,
MoIIIKH-S 40 " SO
N. O. Syrup so " "5 I
S'Hlt.... ? 1.00 " l.jK
Bll'l'l HOWS u ?" ? ??
DOMESTICS.
Standard Shirtins C'i f? 7
Stiinilnril % Shirting 6V, " 8
Standard t-l Shirting "M " 9
Standard IMaids 9 " 10
Kxtra heavy Plaids 12 " 11
Soz (lanaluirgs ll'.< " l'-Vj
Standard Prints ~\4 " *
Good Prints 5 " 6'-?
ToRent.
IJIVK good Kooms, Stable and Garden.
Appi> to MAJ TllOMAS bkgOS.
For Sale.
WIM, he sold on SalcRtlay In Fehnary one
of the FINEST COWS in the County
Will! jfcUM iwo wtl'KS uiu. nirjinrtitulars
upply to
W. T. PENNEY.
H. ADAMS,
AT THE DENDY CORNER. Keep* ft firstRcsiiwiriiru.
Hot tucnls nt nil
hours. Call and nee her. (Jan. 30,1883, tf
For Sale.
A FINE JACK. If not sold by the 1st of
MARCH, I will stand him at my stable*.
J. F. COLEMAN,
Coronncn.S. C.
Jan. 30, ISM. lt
N otice.
A MEETING of the ABBEVILLE RIFLES
will held In the Armory on Tuesday
night, HebUiiry 5th. All members are requested
to attend as business of importance
will be on hand. By order.
M. L. BONIIAM, JR.W
A. AW.
JOIIX A, HAUNTS.
Sec. and Trows.
Well Fixture!
THE undersigned have bought the right to
sell the "TlsK WELL FIXTURE" for
Abbeville County, and can now oifri speehil
Indticetnents to parties wishing to buy. Apl?ly
to
M. L. BONHAM,
W. C. McGOWAN.
Ian. 30.1RfU, tf
Miller's Hotel.
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
IMIIS HOTEL has been opened by the nnderslirned,
who will be glad to aceommoInto
th" travelling public on the most reason\ble
terms. Persons having business at the
'ourt would do wcM to irlve me a call. I have i
;ood rooms, plenty of servants, and furnish
my Willi (lie ufsl UlC iii.umkiihmv.-ii
Hates reasonable.
W. L. MILLER.
Jan. 30.1S84, tf
Insure Your Property
-FROM?
Dame Ij Fire aid Liltnin
IN THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE OF '
New York.
J. T. PARKS, Ag't,
Abbeville, S. C.
Jan. 30,1.SS4,12m
NOTlOli.
Delinquent Land Sales.
[N Accordance with A. A. l'wO. No. 6(54, Sec.
I 11, I liproi>y piiI> 1 i-1? the list of Delinquent
Lands of Abbeville County.tin returned to me
bv the County Treasurer for the fiscal year
NAMK OF DEI.IN- a. '/! i?
IS! iSi a I 5
Qt-ENT. I 4 ~ 1 = : ?; j ^
>??* S 3 v
S ? =c' t I a ! s
< S - - I > I H
Daniel R:?kcr ' :t 4! 1 ... S 30 8 70 $ 4 92
Mrs. Letltla Merrl-t | I ;
innn ; 3| !... 1 i 7o 3 73 j
\V. p. Shirley ,3 (IS ...! 1 .v?(> 7 m
Mis* Anne M idden.. I ...I l,ino 16 '-T
Est. J. H. Cobb 11 I... l| | 50 2 52
( eorplana I.onuix... U' 1 1 ' 100 3 Ifi
J. R. Hamblln 11 3 : 10 2 30
Jane Younsr 11 ' 1 1 15 205 5 20
Mrs. M. K. Wilson... 12 224 1 ... 450 1.235 17 CI
Est. S. Speed 14 700 2.000 26 20
Savannah Valley R. R, Tax
Delinquent.
Hal Releher '13147' 6?J1 8 65
Jo*iali Burton 13 522 1 2,250 2175
H. T,. Scott 13 60 1 1,090 17 05
O. M. Tennent 15 122 1,230 13 09
Notice Is hereby el veil Mint the whole of the
several purecls. lot* and parts ol lot? of Real
Estate described In the foregoing list, or so
much thereof a? will be necessary to pay the
taxes, penalties and assessments charged
thereon, will be sold bv the Treasurer of Abbeville
county on MONDAY, the 4th day of
FKBRCARY next, unless snid taxes, assessments
and penalties are paid before that
time. Said sale to be continued from day to
day until each tract, parcel or lot Is sold or offered
for sale.
J. T. PARKS,
County Auditor.
Jan. 23,1S64, 2t "
Get tbe eeed'frnnj W. S. Cotliran d- Co.
If yon want to rent desirable rooms it
town, apply to Maj. Thomas Beggs.
Congressman E. W. M. Mackki
died in Washington last Monday.
Onion Sets! Onion sets! Both silve
skin and yellow at Smith .t Son.
Garden seed! Garden sc-rd ! All kind
and varieties at Smith <fc Son.
Car load bay jnst arrived. 81.25 pe;
hundred lbs. A. FL Rogers.
The best of oat seed can bo had atth<
store of W. S. Cothaan <fc Co.
Just received a car of ?w Orlean
Molasses at Smith A Son.
Mrs. James Taooart is having a nic
' fence put around her lot.
W. S. Cotbran <6 Co. have a large lot 0
^No. 1 oat seed for sale.
at Parker
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly
Till* periodical for February In already on '
our table, and Is, as ukuaI, overflowing with
Rood tilings In prose, poetr*" and Illustrations.
The nrttelo particularly In.erestinc are:
'"Henry Irvine and ills Work.'' "New York
Pliy in its Early Days,*' "Soble-kl andttho
Heit'-f of Vienna in liWV "The i'hIoskbI Statues
oi Germany and France." "Lile on tho
Suriace of the Ocean," etc.. etc.?they are pro-;
fusely Illustrated. In the department of fir
QUARLES & THOMAS
General Merchandise.
?SUCCESSORS TO?
QUARLES & CO..
ARE now propared to serve thoir
friends on the most liberul terms.
QUARLES & THOMAS.
T. P. QfARI-ES. D. W. TIIOMAH.
Jun.7, 18fH, tf
KTotice.
I
\\ ILI. be sold to the highest bidder on Saturday,
i!6th day t?l' January. 18S-4, nt
Greenwood. S. the PARSON AGE AND
; H'KNITUKK of the old Cokesbury Circuit of
the MetlKHllst church. This property is located
In the KrowInR town of Greenwood, S.
C. The lot contain* about. TWO ACRES.
Terms mude known on day of sale.
H. K. FULLER,
Chairman Hoard Trustees Cokesbury Circuit.
Jan. 2. 188-1, 3t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
PERSONS holding claims acalnst the estate
of W. M. Wakefield, deceased, will present
the same to me wlthoutdelav. and those
j Indebted to the estate must make prompt
, payment.
c. P. ROBERTS.
Administrator.
i Jan. 9. 1SR4. 4t
Debtors and Creditors.
: "OARTIES Indebted to the estnte of Mrs. A.
i i. W. Reynolds, deceased, must settle without
delny, and creditors will present their
claims to
T. J. GRIFFIN,
Administrator.
Jan. 4.18S4.
ANNUAL RETURNS
-TOProbate
Court
Administrators, executors,
Guardians, Trustees ami other fiduciaries,
inust make returns of their rejceiplx
and expenditures as such before
! the first day of March, as required by
i law.
J. fuller lyon",
J udge Probate Court.
Jan. 9, 1SS4, tf
School Commissioner's Report.
In compliance with an Act of the LesUlnture
requiringrhe School Commissioner to publish
a report embracing all claims ordered paid by
hlin 011 the County Treasurer, I herewith submit
the following.
Itespoctftilly,
E. COWAN.
Name. Township. Amount.
Mid* Julia K. IDnck 18....8 5 00
I- I). Ilowir fi Hi (mi
Mi-s .Trunin K Cn*i>n, 11.... 18 00
Mts.Jull.iE. OI.m 2.... 10 00
E. \V. Lirdmr ... 20 00
Jt. O. L.sly. 18 ... 17 OD
O. T. XftHirc IS... 5 BO
lx-wl.sl\ W.di<T 2.... 0?J
M-sh M. K. H?<..1 .% .. 10 P0
J. N. I'arwii.- 6.... 20 00
MIm Lucy Wlii'f 11.... 20 00
MI'S Aiiiiif It'itlham II.... 20 0*1
II. W. Ural' 11.... 20 00
Ki>? A1W L"^':<n -i ... Id 00
MUs Kllii- IVs-lr ... Ill 0?
Mi-* I.iicj* I'ltison 1... -JU 00 j
Miss N. K.K ll.-r. S .. IT 8S
Mi-* M. II. Ilrljrlit 2 ... 10 no
Miss Ki:tie Kiclu-y />.... T .V>
I- E. Wiinins 6.... Ill 00
J. X. Curwilr 6.... 20 00
MissSullir Smith lli ... 20 00
Miss.luli:) K. Black in.... is 00
VT. A. Kcrm-11, C ... 1 2S
W. A. Fcrnell 4 ... 4 40
J. D. Black well 8.. . 1.') 00
Lewis C. WMl.r, 2.... 10 00
W B. Akor 4.... 20 00
15. O. Losly, 13.... 20 00
J. 8. Mcl.aoc and Asst., 16 ... 35 00
Jus. W. Hnckabrp, 12.... 4 fid
J. V. Huckabee, 13.... 20 TO
J. F. Harper 14.... 8 00
Miss Nannie White 11 .. 20 00
W. l'..l?hn*on 3.... 20 00
W. A. lilnck 12.... 20 00
F. A. Stevenson ".... 20 00
Mlm Mollie J..ne? 13 ...10 40
W. M. Msklim 2.... 3 50
A. L. Patt.rs-n, 14.... 12 00
Jn?. L Turner, $.... 15 00
Mary L. Turner, 8.... 10 00
J. L. Lesly, 15.... 20 00
Miss Jennie E. Cssun, 11... 20 0 )
I. V. M?rngn?> 7.... 15 00
Miss Minnie J. Cowan It!.... 8 75
Miss Kiln M. Harrison 3.... 20 00
Mii>s S. P. Ellis 6.... 20 00
Miss Ma'tie Anderson Vi... i>
L. C. ManMIn 18.... 23 00
M. M. Washington 9,... 12 75
L. R. Conner 1C.... 10 00
Ml.?? L. 0. ll-llnnd 1.... 20 00
Mm. M. E. Wideman 9.... 20 00
Ml?5 Mnrr Rogers, 13.... 12 45
J. II. Slier rnrd 2.... 10 00
Mies M.J. 15.... 21 25
J. I). M.irtin 8.... 10 00
0.T. Monro, 18.... 10 00
K. J. Hiiifib 6.... 10 00
J. 0 Turner 16.... 15 00
Rlcbftrd Wrijht, 14.... 15 00
Mh? Matnle Stewart, 1.... 20 00
Oforce O. Ilodttvs 1.... 20 00
Miss Mat tic Calhoun, 1.... 20 00
Mis* lictiocca Eakln 6. .. 20 03
Mia* K.innil* K. Llt<s 10.... 16 00
Miss Mapeir K linori 5.... 2o 00
J. Ji. Brmvnlee, 4.... 10 00
W. T. Fin ley 15.... 15 00
Thim. 0. Brnwnor, 15.... 15 00
8. A. Graham, 8,... 20 00
Jane A. ItevnuUls 7.... 15 00
W. T. Mi I ford anil Asst. 12 ... 87 50
Lula K. Edwards, 2.... 5 00
Mis. II. A- L.-0 2.... 20 00
Mies Corrle II. McAUIiter.....11.... 18 00
A. F. Llpfurd 11.... 10 00
Mrs. A. E. B.irksdale 11.... 20 00
L. D. Howie, 6.... 20 00
Ni-wlin Mercer, 14.... 15 00
bu.?an A. Prowlr, 11.... 15 00
Lucius Price, 11.... 10 00
Clarls:i M. Thompson, 11.... 20 00
Muhaln Henderson, 11.... 15 00
P. Gibert 14.... 20 00
M. F. Avery, 3.... 20 00
II. YV. Bi-ftll, 11.... 20 00
Xllss Annie Bonham,..........11..,. '20 00
Miss Lucy White 11 .. 20 00
Miss Kittle Hichne.v 5.... 15 CO
J. T. Berry, 8.,.. 15 00
C. C. Henl 8.... 30 00
MIssMnpgie Dre.nnan, 9.... 11 'O
Cynthia Williams, 11.... 20 00
J. U. Mllf.ird 3.... 15 00
O. M. Huberts, 4.... 10 00
Mis? ElBe Pre'sly,. 5.... 20 f>0
Miss tfue IJauicv, 10.... 20 00
T. J. Griffin 9.... 20 00
Miss V. K. Mtilrr 4 ... IT 00
K. W. LIn(Nay 5,... 20 00
Miss Lncy I'inson, 1.... 20 00
Miss Lnla Canon, 14,... 20 00
Mrs S. T. Eakln 8,... 6 75
Mrs. S. T. Kaklii 2 ... 7 <XI
J. T. Donaldson, 12.... 10 00
Miss M. K Brlclit 2.... 20 00
W. P. Hand' rt and Ant., 12.... 24 00
Miss Julia E. Glass 2 ... 20 00
Mi?s Ella M. Harrison 8.... 20 no
Miss Kanido E. Lltes, 10. .. 15 00
Lula F. Edwards 2.... 10 CO
Mrs. II. A. Loc 2.... 20 00
Jnn. K. Iliirpt-r 14.... su uu
Lewis C. Waller, 2 ... 10 00
K. W. Seymour, Jr., 9.... 20 00
W. F. Martin 16.... lfc 00
X. O. l'jrUa, T.... 20 00
V>. W. FrarJor, ".... 20 00
J. T. Donaldson, 13.... 10 00
J. F. G'bcrt, 10.... 20 00
?itrah Stark, !).in 10 00
Mar* Bentley, 10 ... 10 no
It. ,1. stall): C 10 l>0
Mrs. K. A. Darzan S.... 20 <hi
Mis* Annie L.Townee, 7.... 20 00
C. k. Modlcy 1.... Bit 00
Itl hard Wrlglit 14.... 15 iK)
Kill Burton 1.... 20 00
Knitnn Burton 1.... 20 00
G. T. Moon* 13.... 10 00
L. (\ M.tuiilln 13.... 20 00
I.. U. Co nor, IS.... 10 Oil
G. M. Uotifrts 4... 10 00
Indiana J. ISntliT. ?.... iv ??
Kinma J. Mat shall, 8.... 10 i>0
W. r. Johnson, 3... in oo
8. H. Johnson 4 ... 20 t>0
MissSnllle Smith, 16 ... 20 00
I>. i: Pmny 6 ... SO (Hi
Edtrln Cox 0 ... 11 15
C. M. Robert* 4... 10 00
J. 8. McLane 16.... 20 00
Mis* C sraKobln?on, 9..,. 20 00
I:. J. Robinson, 9.... 20 00
F. A. Su-venfon 7.... 20 OP
Ml.-s Lizrie J. Edjfe, 18. .. 24 75
J. N. Brownlee, 4... 10 00
John W. McCulUcb 11.... 7 00
W. W. Frailer, 7.... 20 00
NY. W. FrhzU-r 7.... 20 00
Mr.". M. E. Talbert 16.... 15 00
W. U. I teal I, It.... 20 00
Miss Lucy White 11... 20 00
Mit-s Ann'e Bonhtm 11.... 20 00
8. A. Wright, 18.... 12 00
K. It. Hemphill, adv., 50 00
!Iti>:h Wilson, adv., 50 00
Mr*. M. E. Tnlbert, 16.... 15 00
llui;h WllS'in, 2 50
Miss Ella McLnno, 5.... 10 60
Mr*. M. W. Pn.zler, 10.... 15 00
Kichard Wrlsht 14.... 7 50
Mrs. M. W. Frailer, .10. .15 00
W. W. Fiatler 7.... SO 00
W. A. Ftrni ll 4... 11 00
Mrs. S. T. E.ikln 8.... 6 75
T. <1. Brawner, 15.... 15 00
I. Y. Morasne, 7.... 16 00
N. O. I'yli-a 7.... 30 00
Cynthia William* 11.... 20 00
Mis* J. K. Cason, 11.... 20 00
I. Y. Mora.-ne, 7.... 15 00
A. F. IJpiord II.... 10 00
Ml*? Corrle McAillater 11... 20 00
W. A. Ferndl 8.... 2 25
B. F. Duckett, 1.... 20 00
B. F. Ducket 1.... 20 00
C. K. Moseley, 1.... 15 00
T.J. Griffln 9 ... 2H00
Mlas Annie L. Townes, 7.... 20 00
lilns F. L. Wilson 3 .. 20 00
Ml** F. L Wilson 2 ... 20 00
W. IJ. Acker, 4.... 20 00
Miss F. L. Wilson 2.... 20 00
Miss Kino I'rrssly, 5.... 20 00
Miss Mamie Stewart, 1.... 30 00
George C. Hodges, 1.... 20 00
Mlsa M?ttie Citlboan, 1,... 20 00
Mubula Henderson, 11 ... 15 00
Mint Hnili*? OBHitn 13.... 14 $5
Kmina J. Marshall 8.... 10 00
Miss Sue Morton, 7 ... JO 00
W. L. Miller 2.... 20 00
W. L. Miller, 2.... 20 00
Kunm A. Preesly, II? 15 00
C. M. Thompson, 11... 20 00
Peter Gtliert, 14.... 20 00
W. A. Black ...12.... 40 00
F. A. 8t?venson, 7.... 2") 00
Susan A. Pressly 11.... 11 00
Miss Mullli' J.inel 18.... 15 60
II. W. Beall !1 .. 20 00
L. D. Bowie, 8 ... 20 00
Miss Lncy White 11.. . 20 00
Miss Annie B<>nbam II.... 20' 00
Kewlln Mercer, 14.... 15 00
Mrs. A E. Burkmlule 11.. . 20 00
Mrs A. E. Barksdiile, 11.... 20 00
Ml-* Lula I'ason 14.... 20 00
W. W.Frftzler, 7.... 20 00
Lucius Price 11.... 10 00
J. W. Perrln 7.... 10 00
F. C. Covington 16.... 10 00
W. T. and L. Mllfnrd 12.... 25 00
Mary L.Turner 8.... 10 00
S. A. Graham 8... 20 00
Miss Fannie K. Lite# 10.... ID 00
Miss J. E. Wilson 4.... 20 00
H. G. Heed 4.... 2ft 00
T) li P?.nnv. ft 20 ftfl
Miss Rebecca Krikln 20 00
Mrs. M. E. Wideraan, 9.... 90 .00
Miss Julia E. Gins*, 2.... 20 00
Miss Ella McClunc 5.... 9 IS
Miss Ma tile Jordan 8... 6 66
Miss Mattlt; Jordan 8... 6 66
E. Y. Seymore, 2 00
N.O. 8.... 4 50
Ell Morapne T.... 7 50
W.T.Smith 7.... 8 00
Miss Alic? Logan, 2... 20 00
Miss Maltlo Reagan, 9.... 15 00
Marlah F. Avery 8.. . 20 00
8. A. Ornhain 8 20 00
Miss Maygle Drennan, 9.... I8 60
W. P. Sanibra I . 14 00
W. H. KlUaon 1C. .. 15 00
W. A. F.rnell 6.... 8 80
,7. W. Iluckaber, 18 ... 6 00
J. F. Olbi-rt, 10.... 2 i 00
J. W liuckalie* 13... It o0
Mr-.S.T. li.kln "..2.... 7 W)
L. K. WI.miii* 6.... 10 IM)
M1m> .hill* i;. ISItck 13 13 00
.Mi** M. J. K -IIIiixin a.... i *?
Ml.-* M J. i:<?lilns?n, 13.... 1* on
Mrs. I.. Sti#| pen! 2 ... 11 00
M *s M. J. Coli nsou, ft.... 12 18
MU* S. 1\ Kill* (3.... 20 00
Mr.*. t.. Shi-pp r l 2.. . 11 00
Mr*. S. M. Hr.ull.-r 10.... 4 IH3
Mr*. S. M. iJra.ll.-r 9-... ?)0
Ml** V. K. Mili.-r, 4 ... 17 00
Mi** M. J. lt?t>iii*..n, 13.... 5 ?4
M'r* M. J. Illill:IIsoil, ft.... 7 09
Mi-* S. I?. Kl!i* fi ... 20 00
f-ti-nil Swrk, 10 00
K. W. Mi.rioay ft.... 30 HO
C. C. Ui-.-cl 8 .. 4" no
Win. Makln* 2... 10 00
Mr*. S M. Itraillv 'J... 1G 00
M:s. S M. llia.li.-y )'?... 4 00
Ml.?. M. I:. Uric-lit 3 ... 20 WJ
.\,i-v t:.l..-.ra Kiikin, ? ... -20 00
.Sir*. M. K. Wlileinan, 9.... 20 00
1). K. IVnny 6.... 30 00
Ml** J nil* K. Ola** 2.... 20 00
Ml** Miipcl? K. II'.nil ft.... 20 CO
Mis* Mnzcie K. Ilii'irl ft.... 20 00
II L- 11 1 K on (VI
Ml-* Sal lit* Smith 16.... 20 00
J. O. Turner, 16.... 15 00
,I.T. Berry 8.... ?t) 00
Kittle Klcliay, 5 ... 15 00
J. A. Bvyi.ol.iK 7.... 15 00
K. G. Leely 13.... 20 00
J. N. Onrwile 5.... 20 00
Indiana Butler, 2.... 10 00
Ml8<> Nannie White, 11.... 20 00
W. T. Kinlny 15.... 15 00
MIsj Fannie E. Lite*, 10.... 15 00
W.T. Finley, 15.... 15 00
W. A. Fernell, 4.... 1500
J. I). Martin, B.... in ou
L. E. Wlintn? 6.... 10 00
Mrs. P. T. Kakln 2... 7 00
Richard Wright 14.... IS 00
Mies Ella McClane 5.... 12 20
W. P. Sanders and Asst 12.... 21 00
W. A. Kernel) 6 ... 8 20
Kin ins Burton, 1.... 20 00
E1U Burton 1.... 20 00
A. liTM[i|. 2.... 10 00
L. F. Edward* 2.... 10 00
A. K. Trapp 2.... 10 00
J H. Bhrrrard 2.... 10 00
It. W. 8fjmor^, Jr, 8.... 20 00
K. Cox ? ... 1 SO
K. Cox, 6.... 100
E. Cox 13 00
J. T. Donaldson 12.... 10 00
J. T. IJona?U*on 12.... 10 00
Mis* M. B. Rrlgbt, 2.... 20 00
Mli>s M. J. Cowan 15 ... 64 00
Miss M.J. Cowan, 10 ... 28 83
W.t. Mil ford and Anst 19.... 60 0?i
Miss I. E. Wilson 4.... 20 00
.1. A. K.ynolds, 7 ... 15 00
M. M. Washington, 9 15 00
J. L. Lofly 15 20 00
** ? - r, <jn m
JV. V<>* ?
C. Williams, 11 "20 i?0
Iii'llnnn fluller 10 00
R. 0. Lesley 18 20 00
MfKftSallio t*niltb, 1C 20 00
L. R. Conner, 15 10 00
J.N. C'arwlle 5 2D 00
L. C. Martin 13 20 00
Mr*. M. M. Owen 15 56 00
M L. Turner 1 10 00
A. K. Llpfnrd 11 10 00
Lucius Price 11 10 00
Miss J. E. Black 13 13 S3
Mils Mollle Jon. R 18. .. 1C 00
MUa Ma hula Hrndersnn, 11.... IS 00
John L. Turner, 8.... 15 00
1. Y. Mnrnjne, 7 ... 15 00
Newlln Mercer, 14... 13 00
W. A. Black 12.... 20 00
P Gilbert, 14.... 20 00
Cnrrie MeAIIUUr, 11.... 20 00
C. M. Th?mps?n 11.... 20 0o
Mrs. II. A, Lee 2 ... 20 00
L.. U. Uowie, v ... 4"
Minn L. I. Cason 11.... 20 00
Miss Annie Boiiham 11....50 00
*N. 0 Pvlei, 7.... 20 00
W. T,. Miller, 2.... 20 00
Mrs. A. E. Barkad.t'e 11.... 20 00
Miss S. K. Morton 7.... 20 00
Miss S. E. Morton 7.... 2(t00
MIm M. t?. rniw.n 13.... 1.1 !W
Mrs. P. T. Enkfn 3.... fi 75
Tbonris O. 15 awnrr, IS.... 15 00
Miss M. E. Jordan 8.... & !M
J. II Shorrnril 2 10 0}
L. F. Edwards 2.... 10 00
R. W. Seymour S.... 20 00
T. .1. Orlflln 0 ... 20 00
Mri H.A.Lee 2.... 20 00 j
MIm Macule Drennan 9.... 15 00
Miss Clara Robinson, P.... 20 00
}!. J. Robinson, 9 ... 20 1)0
P.. J. Robinson 9.... 20 00
M'?? CUra Robinson, 9.... 21 00
Miss Clara Robinson 9 ... 20 0-1
R. .1. Robinson 9.... 20 03
J. O. Turn-r. 1< ... 15 00
Miss Lizzie E. Harmon," 10 ... 20 00
Miss Li/.z'e E. Harmon 1G.... 20 P0
Mlits Lizzie E. H.irmon 16 ... 2") 00
Miss M. Johnson Id ... 20 00
Miss M. Juhnsna 1??.... 1H 00
Ml^s Lizzie E. IUrtnon, 16 .. 20 00
L. C. Mnuldin 13 ... 20 00
G. T. Monro 1H ... 10 00
J. L. Turner. M.... 1ft 00
M.M. Wnslilns'on, ?.... 10 00
Miss Alice L'i;*n 2 ... 20 00
*?. A. Grnlnm 3.... 20 00
K. W. Llmlssy 0... 20 00
Miss Allen 2... 20 00
MI'S M:?ttl?* Ken pun 9 ... 1ft 00
Miss Mil tie Keugun 9.... 15 00
P. A. Grnhiin .. 3 ... 20 i'0
Mi?ft Alice Loesn 2.... 20 00
Miss J. E. Cason 11 ... 20 0-.i
W. P. Johnson 8.... 20 00
W.S. Johnson 1..".. 23 <VJ
M. K. Avery 3.... 20 00
M. F. Avery 3.... 20 00
M'ss Annie L. Town--s, 7.... 20 00
Mrs. E. A. I)nrr?n 8.... ?0
Mrs. E. A. Dirgan S... 20 00
D. S. Singh 7.... 15 00
Mi.11 Ann>e L. Tuwnes,. .i.... 7.... 20 00
Mr*. A. Dar^m S ... 20 00
Miss Annie L. Townes, 7 ... 20 00
E. L. (luntl, 6 ... 15 00
T V. Rrailiev A Co- 9.... 6 00
Miss Krlierea Kaklns C.... 2(1 00
I). It. Penny ... 6.... 20 00
,! N\ RrnWiik'O, 4.... 10 00
K ttle Hichi-y 5.... 15 00
Kittle lt ctiey ft 13 00
Mist 1.8. McKay 4.... 20 00
MIm i. s. McKay,.. 4 ... 20 00 |
F. W. I.lnduy 5.... 20 00
Mln* V. E. MilU-r 4.... IT 00
Mls? V. E. Miller, 4.... 20 00
Miss E.Cnx 5.... 13 00
E. W. Llmlly ft.... 12 00
Ml*? K. Cox, 12.. 24 00
MIm Mnttli' Ilollowiiy, 16... 1ft 00
MIm Mnttle llol?owny 16.... 15 00
MU? M?tlle Uolloway 16 ... I* 00
T J. Orlffiti .' 0.... 20 0(1
Miss S.illlf Smith, 16 ... 20 00
J. O. T'lrni-r, 10.... 15 00
P.P. Bo..z.r 2.... 13 00
Mrs L. Sliepperd 2 ... 11 00
Mrs. I., fthrpperil 2.... II 00
Miss M. II. Brlsht 2. .. 20 00
8. P. Boozer, 2.... IS 00
P. P. liooztT .. 2.... IS on
H P. Boizcr 2.... 1? 00
W. P. tfnndiTS nml Asst 12.... 27 60
Mary Bentl'-v, 10.... 10 00
M:iry Bent'ey. 10 ... 10 00
E'irr fi-'ntley 10.... 10 00
II. W. Re.ill 11.. 20 00
Miss I.ucy White 11.... 20 00
MissXnnnle White, 11.... 2o 00
Miss Nnnnlo White, 11.... 20 00
MIsaLuUG. Holland 1.... 20 00
E. W. Lindsay 5.... 20 00
Miss E. L Prcssly, ft.... 20 00
Mlu K. L. I'res?ly, 6 17 ju
W. M. Holland 1 ... 10 00
Mlf? L. 0. Holland 1.... 1* CO
B. F. Dnckett 1.... 20 0)
Baluda Areas, Adv., 10 00
MIm M. E. Jordan 8.... 3 83
Agiiewr <Sc M ittlaon, 4.... 29 73
8anih ?tark 3.... 10 00
M. E. Glover 16.... 1,5 00
Miss E. M. Harrison, ?.... SO 00
L. E. Wlmms 6 ... 10 00
MIm Finnic E. Lllen, 10 IS 00
K. Cox 5.... 15 "0
J. L. Leoly IS.... 20 <H)
Mm. 8. T. Eakln S ... 6 75
Mrs. 8. T. Eakln 2.... 7 00
T. N. Cirwlle, ft 2ii no
Peter Gibert. 14.... 20 00
Richard Wright 14.... in 00
If. J. Smith ?.... in no
MlMElIf MrClsne fi... tOCO
MIm Cynthia William* 11.... *0 00
M:ss J. E. Wllfnn 4.... 20 oo
C. C. Reed, 11.... 35 00
Ml?s F. L. Wilson 2.... SO 00
MIm F. L. Wilson, 2. .. 20 0.)
Mis* F. L. Wilson 2.... 20 00
Ml?s M. J. Robinson 5.... 0 62
MIm M. J. Robinson, -12.... 9 20
MIm M. J. Robinson 6.... 3 TT
JmnosStr/nvhorn 2.... 10 00
A. n. Mil lord 8 ... 15 00
J. It. Mllford 8.... 13 00
IV. K. Arinstronp, 9.... 10 00
W. E. Armstrong 9.... 19 00
MIm M. E. Hood 0.... IT 00
MIm E. L Pregkly 5.... 20 00
11. W. Real! 11.... 20 00
MIm Annie Ronliam, 11.... 20 00
Miss Lncy White, 11.... 20 00
Miss Nannie White 11.... 20 00
J. F. Ilnrper, 14.... 2" 00
W. F. Martin 10..., 15 00
W. F. Martin, 1C... 13 00
. ~ ? o in nn
JrfWUl', v?aurr *....
Lewis C. Waller, 1.... 11 00
Miss Lucy Pinsun 1.... 20 00
Miss Lucy l'iiisnn, 1.... '20 00
Mlus Mlittle Anderson, 12 ... IS 00
Miss Mattlc Anderson, 12.... 8 00
W. L. Miller,,.. 2.... 20 00
J. F. Glbert, 10.... 20 00
Miss M K. Olbert 10.... 't 00
Miss Mary Stewart, 1.... SO 00
Oeorge C. IltxJges 1.... 8U 00
MIm Mattl* Calnoan, 1 SO 00
Mia* Lncy Pinsim, 1.... 10 00
L. Anna Ilancock, 1.... 10 00
Maria F. Avory, 1.... 20 00
Rattle Kllllng?trurtb, 6. .. 10 00
J. P. Foster 11.... 20 00
Ilaltif Kllllnciwurth 6.... 10 00
Haiti.- KillliiKKWortli, .. 6 ... 10 00
John W. 3... 20 00
John V Foster, 11.... 20 CO
Jubn P. Foster, 11.. . 2n 00
Unfile Kllllmi?wi>rth 6 ... 10 00
J. P. Foster, 11.... 2H 00
K. 0.1.eslr?w.i4. 13.... 20 00
W. 1'. Johnson,. 3.... 20 P0
8. H. Johnson 4.,.. "20
8. II. Inhnflun 4.... 20 00
Miss J. E. Black, 18,... 8 U0
M. K. Glov.r. 16.... 1ft 00
Richard Wrlalit 14.... 15 (10
Mrs. S. T. E kin TOO
Mrs. S. T. Eokin, 3 ... fi "5
W. H. Ellison 16.... 16 on
L. E. Wlmms 6.... 10 00
Mary W. Fr.i7.lor, 10..;. J5 00
H. J. Smith 6.... 10 00
M. K. Glover. 16..i. 1.*) 00
Miss J. K. Wilson 4.... 20 t'O
Miss N. E. Csllaliam 4.;.. 20 dU
Miss N. V. Cullahnm 4... 20 00
Miss V. E. Mil lor, 4.... 2o (.0
Miss J. E. Wilson 4.... 20 00
Ml?s L. G. Holland 1 ... 3n #0
S. H.Johnson, 4... 10 00
MissS. 1*. Ellis 6.... 20 00
Mis* S. P. Ellis 6 ... 20 00
G.T. Moore, 13,... 16 00
J. R. Mllford, 3.... 20 00
C. R. Mosoly 1.... 22 50
Indiana Butler, 2.... 10 00
Indiana Butler, 2.... 10 00
J. D. Morton, 8.... 10 00
Wra. Makin 2. .. 10 00
J. H. Sherrard 2.... 10 00
W. R. Seymour, Jr., 8.... 20 00
A. E. Trspp 2 ... 10 00
J. It. Shcrsrd 2.... 10 00
It. W. Seymore, Jr., 8.... 20 00
R. W. 9oymoroJr. 8.... 20 00
Wm. Makin, 2.... 10 00
J. D. Morton S ... 10 It)
Lula Edwards, . 10 00
J. D. Morton >.... 10 00
D. 3. Klupl 7 IS 00
S. O. Py Irs 7 20 00
A. K. Trnpp 2 10 00
Mr#. II. A. Lee 2 20 00
Kiln Burton, 1 0 00
Kmma Burton, 1 T> 00
J. L. Turner. S 10 00
M. L. Turner 9 10 00
D. B. I'.nney <5 20 00
Miss Ilebccca Enkln ft 20 00
Ml'* Rehecca Enkin, 6 20 00
K. O. Well* 9 10 00
J. L. Tnrner ? 1* 00
J. N*. Cnrwlle f. 2m 00
Cynthia Williams 11 20 00
Mi?? K. M. flarrigon, 8 20 00
L. K. Wlminn, 6 10 ("0
S 4 Onhrni 8 20 00
M. W. Fri er .. 10 15 00
C. It. Stewart 15 20 IK)
Kmiiiia !. Marshidl 3 10 CO
Miss K. M. Harrison 8 21 00
Kittle Iticliejr, .... ft 15 00
C. It. Stewart 15 30 00
Finma <7. Murslinll 3 10 00 j
15. 0. Wells 8 10 00
.?. N. Carwile 5 2" 00
I? K. Conner 15 9 76
MIsaFannlo Lite*, 10 15 00
L. It. Conner, 15 10 CO
J. L. l.esly 15 40 09
T. O. Turner, 16 15 00
Miss M. It Drlcht 2 20 00
Ml?s S. P Kills 8 10 00
Char'cs W. Sibert, 1ft IS 00
C. M Slbert 15 15 uO
John W. Mei'ull'ich 5 20 (K)
J. W. McCullitch 5 20 03
I.. It. Conner. 15 10 00
It. J. Pmlih 6 10 00
Miss X. E. Kellar S 7 C6
Mis* E. Kellnr 8 16 10
Mis* X. E, Kellar 8 16 00
Miss X. E. Krllar.. 8 18 66
Miss M:ihai|.i Henderson ?11 15 00
W. H. Kl.tson, 16 15 00
Mali ills Henderson 11 15 03
Xetflln Mercer. 14 15 00
I. Y. Mor?(fne, 7 15 00
Xe?lln Mercer 14 15 CO
Mnballa Henderson, 11 11 2->
Miss M. a. Casott, 13 10 U7
Lueins Prlco II 10 00
A. F. I.lpford 11 10 00
J.. Prlc,) II 10 00
* ? rs y...
I* li. Vsiinm*rt " |
L. I'l ice 11 10(i9 |
W. Vf. Krnzler, 7 10 00 j
M. L. Turner. 8 10 00 ]
A. F. Llpford, 11 7 00
I. Y. Murine 7 7 .in
M. M. Washington, 9 18 t'O
W. P. Sunders and As?t.' 12 1ft 10
Ml#s N. K. Ktdlar h 7 f-i
MIm N. E. KrlUr, S 7 CO
Miss N. K. Krllar S 9 00
Xl!?? Ella McCtanf 5 1H 1)0 j
Mf?? -no Morton, .. 7 20 0o
Peter Oibirt 14 '!? 00
W. L. Miller, 2 20 00
M. Tliompinn 11 20 oo
Mis* J. K. C*?on 11 20 01)
t\ M. Th'iinp>on, 11 2n 00
N.O. Pj let, 7 20 00
C. M Thompson, 11 20 00
MIM.J, t.. CUBOn II IU u\i
MlfS L I. Cason 14 20 00
N. 0. I'ylc* 7 10 00
Maria F. A Tory 3 20 (>0
Mii>s C. C. 'William.- II 20 00
Mis* Molllc Jones, 18 13 10
Miss Moll'ti June* 13 14 75
MlisMollie Jones, 13 IS G5
JCewlln Mercer 14 1^00
J. L. Turner, 8 15 00
I. Y. Moraine 7 15 00
W. A. Bluet 12 40 00
Mix Corrie McAllister II 20 00
Miai Orrle McAllister. .'....11 20 00
MissCorrlo McAllister,....; 11 20 l>0
Mr*. A. E. BnrHsdale 11 20 00
Mr*. A. E. BarUdale 11 20 00
W. A. Illack 12 20 ?)
Miss 9. K. Morton 7 20 00
L. I). Howie C 20 00
W. A. KoineII 4 15 00
U. J. Siultb C 10 00
T. G. Brawncr, 15 15 00
VT. A. Frrnrll, 4 7 M
E.J. Bmlth, 6 10 00
J.T. Be;ry,...k 8 26 25
F. A. Stevenson 7 10 90
F. A. ffterenaoa 7 10 0i>
F. A. Suveiuon, 7 20 00
Kittle ltlchey 5 15 W
K. J. 10 00
K. S. Urantt, 6 15 01
L. D. Bowie, 0 20 '*)
T.O. Brawnor IS 15 00
J, A. ItryiioliU, 7 15 U0
MUsM. 8. Canon, 18 10 ?6
M. K. 16 00
W. B. Ack<r,...,. 4, 20 00
W. B. Acker, -1 2'? 0?
W. 11. Acker,. * 20 00
Mt*a 1.1*. McKa)', i 11 SO
\V. H. Ellison,... 18 1'' M
I'tter OilK-ri '4 l'? 0)
J. A. Keynolda T T 00 j
J. A. UcyiioUls " 16 00
J. A. IloynoWs, 7 16 00
L. U. Mnu'dln, 13 IT 00
J. A. Keynoldf, 7 16 01)
T. G. Browner ! 16 15 00
L. D. Bowie 6 10 00
V. A. Bt<-*eliaun, 7 20 00
F. A. Stevenson, 7.... 20 0-1
Sarah Stark* 8 10 00
BnrHli Stark# 8 1" 00
W. P. Johnson 3 20 00
.1. 1). Blackwell ....... 16 00
I). Black well 8 16 00
W. P. Jubnaon, # 20 00
W. 8. Jnhneon 1 20 00
W. T. MUlfurd and A?*)at?nt...l2 60 00
P.. J. Smith 6 10 00
MI*p Mapale Drennan 9 16 00
M'.aa Annie P. McFall 4 10 00
C. C. Kecd 8 16 00
Mm. M. E. Wldeman 9 20 00
Miss J. K. Glaus 2 16 00
Miss .1. K. Class 2 20 00
II. (J. Wells 8 1" 00
W. P. Sanders 12 29 00
T. <\Odcll 3 '10 t>;
T. C. Odcll 3 20 00
,1. It. Mllford 3 15 On
Wm. Makin 2 10 00
1). R. Penny 6 20 00
E. A. Vance II 10 00
J. L. Lesly -0 00 i
E. J. M.ir.?h:ill ' < 10 ' '> i
K.J. Marshall " ,u ,n I
.T. 11. Mil ford :? 15 "0 |
K. A. Vance H 10 00
\V. W. Frajsler. 7 3) 01 j
Jf L. Lcsly 15 20 <?>
W. W. E ritzier 7 20 (>0 [
W. S. Johnson, 1 20 no
Mary Dcntley 10 10 ou
Mnry Ifentley 10 8 00
Mrs. M. M. Owen* 15 52 GtJ
Miss M. J. Cowan IS (JO 00
H. G. Wells 8 10 00
It. G. Wells 8 10 'V)
Miss Hue Ilnmey 10 3") <hi
MIhkSuc Hniney 10 3) no
MiRsSne Itamey 1<i 'JO fx;
Miss Sue Harney II rt tei
Miss Sue Itamey 10 11 ^
Miss M. E. Jordan 8 5 :?
Miss M. E. Jordan 8 I 00
E. Cowan (XX) no
Miss Carrie Cllnkscales 5 20 00
Miss V. E. Miller 4 20 0?
Jesse llrownlee 4. 10 00
J. I). Hlackwcll i 15 00"
Mrs. M. E. Talbert 1(1 15 00
A. I.. Patterson 14 20 00
A. I/. Patterson M 20 00
A. I j. Patterson 11 20 00
A. I,. Pallefsoji ...14.:.... 20 00
A. 1.. Patterson 14 20 00
MlRs Nftnnle White 11 !? 00
MIks Lulu I. CAffon < 11 ?0 00
Miss M. S. Casori 1.1 () 33
John K. Harper 14 20 00
F. C. Covlnglon 15 5 00
Miss J. E. Cason 11 lu 00
Miss Fannie E. Llt?s, 10 15 (V)
J. W. Huckabee 13 25 no
J. W. Huckabee 12 6 10
G? G. Hodge* 1 20 00
Miss Mattlo Calhoun, 1 20 00
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MIm Mamie 8Uwart 1....- 20 00
J. N. Drownlei*,4 8 75 *
Mm. S. M. Orndley 9 1C 00
MlfB A. L. Town us 7 10 00 '
Miss A. L. Townes, 7 20 00
Mrs. 8. M. Bradley 9 10 00
Miss A. L. Townes, 7 21 00 -w
W. K. Arm strong, 9 10 00 y
W. E. Armstrong 0 10 (W
Miss M. J. Robinson .1 8 10 ~
Miss M. J. Robinson, 5 8 !K) |
MIksM. J. Robinson 5 4 <15
Miss E. Wilson 4 20 00 |?f
MIsk Mary Uaxcvf, 13 I t 23 or
F. C. Covington, 15 10 00 w
F. C. Covington 1.5 10 00
F. C. Covington, 15 10 00
F. C. Covington, 15 10 00 5,1
F. C. Covington,..... lr> 10 00 ,Jr
F. 15 10 00 PI
P. S. Ivliiiih 7 15 00 p:
fc. l\ Boozer 2 13 00 C'1
T. <1. 1'nnvniT - 15 1100 m
J. S. Medium. 16 20 09 |li(
J. S. Medium l?l 20 00 D|
J. fc. MitClane and Am't Id .15 00 ,
.1. F. Harper U 12 00
J. F. Harper 11 10 00 ,ja
J. F. Harper II is 0<? d?
America Harris 1 10 00 or
A tnr>rlpti Ilirrk 1 111 flH I.m
i,M,V"V" ? - M'W W IV'l
America Harris 1 10 00 ^
KIIr Gnntl ft IS 00
D. H.KIugh 7 15 00
L.C. Muuldln 13 20 0)
J. D. Morton fl 10 00 J
\V. T. Fin Icy 15 15 00
N. O. Pylcs 7 20 00
N\ O. Pyles 7 10 00
Miss M. Johnson 16 20 00
Miss Sitllle Smith 16 20 00 |"
MIssEIIen Link ill 20 00 I
Miss Ellen Link 11 20 00 g
Miss Ellen Link 11 10 00 I
Miss Ellen Link II II 00
Miss M. E. Glbc-rt 10 20 00
.School (.'aaunlssion'rortlco 10 00
J. L>. niftdcwel! 3 15 00
Miss Ellon Link II 20 00 Fl
Mrs. M. M. Owen 15 :>2 00
Miss Alice Loiran 2 20 00
Lewis C. Wuller 3 7 00
Miss Lizzie E. Harmon 10 20 (M
M. L. Turner 8 10 00 t
T. C. Odoll 3 20 00 X
11. J. Smith 0 10 00 w
Amerlra Ilurrls 1 15 00 Pi
.Miss Annie .McFall <1 IS 00 ((
II. F. riuckctt 1 30 00 );*
Mrs. K. A. Dnrgnn 8 20 00
Miss Ella McCinne 5 13 05
Miss Ellen Link.... II 17 00
Mrs. E. A. Dnrgan 8 20 00
K. (i. Wells 8 0 60 (i
Mrs. M.M. Owen IS 0 00 '
Mrs. 12. A. Durgan 8 20 CO .
Miss Sue Harney 10 20 CO
Mixs Klten Link 14 9 00 cr
]). H. Klugll 7 15 00 ar
M. M. Frnzter 10 15 00
E. Cox 12 U 50
K. Cox 5 9 60
E. Cox 6 9 23
E. Cox 0 2 00
E. Cox 5 10 50 !
W. K.Martin,. 10.... 15 00
I. A. llnncock, 1.... 10 00
W. K. Martin 16.... 15 00
Miss Mary Holers, 1.1 IS <W
MIsk M.iry U'igors, 13.... 14 G6 0
MIm Mary Roger* 18.... 20 01) 0j
MiuMury lt?i:crs 18.... 1 000
Mi-hi M'ttie Ifollowav, 16.... 15 00 'f.
Miss Matti? Ilulloway,....; ..t6.... 15 00
K M. Pratt, 5 ...60(h)
Mr*. 8. M. Bradley, 10 ... 4 00 f
MIm 1?. M. Htrisnn 8.... 20 00 ti>
Mrs. S. M. Bradley, in.... 4 00 Pe
W.T. Flnley 15 13 50 o;
V. T. Finley 15 25 75
Mrs. M. E. Tnllii'rt lfl 11 2?
W.H. Johnson 1 39 00
J. W. Lltcs 7 7 50 jki
Miss F. A. Tate 13 4 00
Miss F. A. Tate 13 5 30
Miss F. A. Tiite 13 4 00
Miss F. A. Tate 13 6 00 zc
Miss J. E. Glass 3 10 00 sli
Mrs. S.T. Enkin 7 6 25 vl
<J. M. Roberts 4 10 00 T
Mis* Miittlc Anderson 12 11 00
T. C. Odell 3 2) 00
T. C. Odcll 3 20 00
J. L. Lcsly 15 30 00
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Strayed or Stolen.
OXE doepcrcnm eolored Stallion, medium
nl/.e, and about twelve years old. Any
one notifying me of hi* whereabout* will be
llhefally rewarded. PAVE CADE,
Bordeaux, S. C.
Jan. 1"., 18?4. It
~
Notice.
ALL persons Indebted to tlio late firm
of QUAKLES ft CO. Will make 01
immediate payment to me. A
T. P. QUARLES. n
Jan. 7, 1884, tf
ART OP t
SCHOOL MANAGEMENT.!*
BY J. BALDWfN. President State Normal \
School,at Klrkville, Missouri. l'rlco S1.50
1'ornuleby lai
H. W. LAW3N & CO. "
Dec. 5,1853, tf ll1
' ll
TEACHERS' EXAMINATION!"
rPIIE Inclemency of the weather during the
I late examination preventing some icuchers
from meeting the Examining Board, the
Board will meet at Abhevllie on TUESDAY,
nth FEBRUARY, at Jen o'clock A.M. Toacher?
will please attend.
K. COWAN, Chairman. .
Jan. Hi, I'M, 3t |
Dissolution. ?
Tiie firm of quarles & co. is
this day dissolved, ami the olrl business
will be settled by T. P. QUAIILES.
Mollwain Cornor.
quarles t?* c'0.
Jrttl. 7, 1S34, tf
Iron Safe for Sale.
A 300b IKON SAFE, with Combi- *
nation Lock, is offered for sale
cheap bv T. P. QUARLES.
Jan. 'l">, lSS-4, 4t
r
State of South Carolina, j
Abbsville County. (
IN T1IE PROBATE COURT. "J
Kx Part'? Fannie K. Davis. Petitioner.
J'ctltlon for Settlement and Discharge.
'PI IF. petitioner above irimo having applied ,
1 for settlement and discharge in the miit- V
terof the estate of I!. O. Davis deceased: ^
It is ordered. That Thursday. th?-1 Itii day of
February next be fixed for settling "aid exInto
and granting the discharge as prayed i
for. J
J. FPrXER LYON. /
Judge Probate Court. I
Jan. Kith, 1W, It |
Administrator's Sale.| ]
: r
UNDER an order from the Probatej Court,
I will sell at public outcry, | r
at my residence on WEDNESDAY. tiier j
:50tl) instant, tlio personal property of t!icj 1
late Hon. AR.UISTEAD liUUT, consist* J
Hinting of I ^
Solid Silverware, Household Furnitare,
Office Furniture, Books, &c. }
j.
Terms?Cash.
J. T. ROBERTSON,
., r
iiammisirator. i
Jan. 10, 1SS4, St
Wi: HAVE xnw IN STOCK' A FULL! *
line of??
Drop, Faints, Oils, Toilc! Sets
Soaps, Colognes, Window
Glass, Prepared Putty, Dye
Stuffs, Brushes, Combs,
Pens, Ink, Stationery, *
nrul nil other nrtlelrs usually kopt In n well' {
regulated l>liUl? STORK. We keep also m V
full line of
FANCY GROCERIES,!
CONSISTING OF
C A N N E I) V KG ETA RLES,
PINK APPLE, FISH,
REEF, CORN STARCII, ! W|
GLOSS STARCH, RIRD SEED, inPICKLE,
JELLIES, CANDLES.
GKLATINK, SPICKS, Ac. T)
?-Also, h nice lot of h
CRACKERS, SUGARS, FANCY AND
STICK CANDIES, RAISINS, FRUITS, \V
rfc. Give us a call and examine our ou
stock#
First door above Central Hotel. I
! nti
SPEED & LOWRY, j"
Jan. 0,183.1, tf
I
" 4
Master's Sale. ,
'illiam Andewon Against John M;
Loith and Goorge A. Trcnholm A Son *
?Foreclosure*
3y virtue of iiri order 6f srtlo made In
e abovo stated caae by the Hon. J. B.
erslmw, Judge of 5th Circuit, on tho <
th day of October, 1883, I -trill sell at- i
ihlic outcry at Abbeville, (!; H., S. C., 1
i Salesday, 4th day of February, 1S84,- ]
Uki.. tl.?l tlln Mlnul.
g described property, situate in said j
ute and County, to wit: All that tract
parcel of land, known as the Williams <
lace, and containing
glit Hundred and Twenty-Five Acres , i
ore or ies?, bounded by lands of >Viltin
C. Barrett, Gcorgo Nickels, Robert s
inn, William Dunn and others.
TERMS OF SALE?One-half cash, j
,lance in twelve months, interest from, <
y of sale, secured by bond of purchas- j ,
and mortgage of the premises, with
we to purchaser to pay all cash. Turaser
to pay for papers.
M. L. BONIIAM, JR.
Master. '
ran. 9, 1884. ]
SALE
1
smnn iiAnmrt i r?n
innic E. Perrln to S. McGowan.? :
Mortgage. t
5Y virtue of the authority vested In
mo bv the aforosald mortgage, I
ill *el) at Abbeville C. H., S. C., on
BBKUARY 4. 1884, at 11 o'clock A. M.
"All tliatcertain tract or pirrel of land, I
litilate, Ivina and being in tho county of
Vliticvill'c ami State aforesaid, on waters!,
)f Callubanh Creek, containing
274 Acres,
nore or lnss, bounded by lands of Es*
nto T. C. Pcrrin, Estate J. \V. Hertrst,
F. IT. Widcman and others.
TERMS?One-half cash, balance on a
edit of twelve months, secured by bond
id mortgage.
S. McGOWAN,
By W. C. McGOWAN, Ag't
Jan 14, 1884, 3t
lYotice.
ALE UNDER MORTGAGE!
R. McNIneh, J. P. Caldwell and others to
The Aultman A Taj'lor Co.?Mortguge.
>Y virtue of the authority contained in the
) above mortgage, we will offer for sale to
e hijjhcft bid'ler ihe following described
\*E AULTMAN & TAYLOR ENGINE, 10 '
horse power, ONE PLANER TOOTH ]
SAW, MILL BELTS,<Sr.
Ir.edasthe property of the aforesaid niort
.tjors to fatisfy the mortgage and co>?ti.
Terms?Cuch.
The sale will come off on the Gtji dny of i
bruary, 18S4, at 2 o'clock. where the caw
111 Is now located, about miles from Hair's
Bridge, Saluda River, on the I^iurcns
.!? , on the public road leading irom Grecnlle
to Austusta.
HE AULTMAN & TAYLOR CO.,
By TERK1N & COTHRAN.
Attorneys and Agents.
Jan. 21,18S4, 21
Ii?IS,
AT ABBEVILLE.
'HE "BONANZA SALOON*." MAS JUST
been opened In Abbeville. In the
O'NEALL BUILDING,
i tl?r? Public Square, where tl,e LATEST
N'l> FANCY MIXED DIUNKS will be furIslud
from the best of
WINES AND LIQUORS.
he store room Is belne nicely fixed up, and
Is hoptd tlmt. it will iieone of the nr.osl InItlni;
places of tlic kind to be fouud unyheicln
tl:e country.
CUSTOMERS
c respectfully invited to cnll and hpo me nt
ly now kUiU'I, where they will receive a cor*
lal welcome, and be treated In the beat manG.
W. GAR RICK.
Jan. 23, 1881, tf
IN 1 I
saloon!
No. 4 Washington Street
Norwood Brothers Old Stand.
'he Largest Stock of Fine
Goods in the State.
J^om's bust brands and goods all fine,
[Jolland Gin and Sherry Wine,
~^ld Ryo Whiskey made cut West,
W/Tunnn's Champagne and Masson's
XL best.,
A TP'0 brandy, the best that's sold,
^tcotch Malt Whiskey eight years old,
yjcBrynr'a Bourbon and band madfc,
' California Wines of every grade,
U
'"1 itigcr Ale and well assorted
giigfl.-h pale Ale tIre best imported,
|^ivoli Beer and Rye that's white,
rVn-co Wine and Angelica bright,
'rish Whiskey and Willow Glen,
~~1 f>nd Mountain Gap and Planter's
JT friend
^ s good as gold and Baker's Rye,
yT" orth Carolina Corn an J Werner's dry.
Call and aeo tlio mrimffioih stock of
me poods. You will find everything
rally arranged and good order. 1
THOMAS McGETTIGAN,
Proprietor.
Dec. 12. 188.1, tf
Seal,
Mcliwaine
& Co.
3
j a YE cm hand almost every variety of J *
:arriages,
buggies,
AND? ;
wagons, i
ilch they ofter to their customer:" on the|
[<st advantageous terms.
EPAIRM A SPECIALTY.'
Itli the best of workmen In every brnnch ol (
r business, anil an nbundnnl supply
mber. nntl other materials, we fire prepared :
do all kinds of repairing in the very best
inner, at the shortest notice, and on the!
Mt accommodating tertna. All work lully
irranted.
SEAL & McILWAINE, j
"Washington Street.
White Poppfe*.
3 mystic, mighty flower whose (Vail wbftJ' .
leave*, .
Silky nud crumpled, like a banner furled. ,
3hudow the black fnysterlou* ?<wl that y'e!4
The drop that soutltts aud lull*'a rrlk'.f
world; !*rp<>nthef?
for our wo?, yet swift U> kill.
Holding the knowledge of both good wnd 111.
rbe roHwfor binnfy nfur nujshlne then far,
Th*'llly holds horAeif Itkewme sweut miinC
ipartftomeHiJyjrrlcf. nslmtstnr
Apart fiom any fw?r of earthly taint 5
rhe anoivy poppy like an angel standi)
IV1 Hi rttnaoluLinn In heroDPn hand*.
Ere History was hofr?, fhe poet* ?nn* 1
Howgod-like Throne knew thy compe!l>.
powf.r,
\nd undent Cere*, -by ??rontr*orrowB wrttrifj.
Songnt sweet oblivion from-the h-.til.tiqflower.
1lv?r of Sleep! Lord of the Land of Dr am* I g
simple weed, thou art not wliui man
deems.
rin? clear-eyed Greeks saw oft their God <?f
Sleep
Wandering about through the black ml?U
night h?urs,
kjotmng the restlers couch wllfa alumljf-r
deep,. ' '
Ami scattering thy medicated flower*,
rill hands were f?Med for their Anal re?t,
;iasplng White Popples o'er a pulaelew breast.' *
(Ve have a clearer visltirt: every hou*
Kind hearts and hands the puppy Juhv*
mete, t
Vnd nantlns sufferers bless Its klndlv wnvcr.
And weary one* invoke it* peace*ui sfpep.
rlentth lias Us Hose and Grapcr and Jojf..i
Piilm,
Hie Poppy to the sick ia wine and balm.
[ sing the Poppy! The frail, Rnowy weed!
The flower of Mercy! that within 1U heart
Doth keep ' ;i drop serene" for human neu.i,
A drowsy halm for every little Bmar:.
Tor happy hours the Rose will Idly blow?
I'be Poppy buth 4 chiirinfor pain and w,oo. .
??
OH FOB A HOLT EXrHUSIASX.
Eloquent Words bj an Earnest Mrtli*
odlst, from which Others than Methodists
may Learn a Lesson.
To the Prcachcrt and Peple: , ...
Indulge an old brother In a word of exlior- '
.fUion.
This in the centenary year of Amerlct't *
Methodism. Great things are proposed un-ijxpected.
Hut (he mere announcement wilt'
tot compans the end. Tiiere In much worlt i?>
je done?prompt work, fystematlc work. * <-tilstentwork.
First of all, there is th?wor?.
if preparation. The regular collections must
>e gotten out of the way. Nor must these bo
lighted or dlmltll^liod. This Is a vital poljiU'
Hiesc collections are Indispenslble to ou*
ejjnlHr church plans. If Ihcy fall or onie
:hort there will be confusion, cmbornuumiej:}''
ind defeat. To occupy each field?k-eep up an
Elective force, una especially to enter ili't reglons
beyond." the assessment# must hi (
jroughtup lu full, 'ihe temptation to cur* [all
here In order lo do something there wlH '
)e very stron? with many. The thankro1ferin>r
mist not come out of the lilhe*. "Bring ih-v.
Ithes Into the store-house" first of all. l.-tf
io man rob God of his rights and then mo*-tt
Hint wlih a utfr, which has been stolen*,!'Cf??rii<your
hands je sluaers-^jurt/j/ your
ie:irts, ye double minded*"
The round of quarterly conference has Just
Degun. Let every presiding elder magiilW;
lis office. A preacher writes mo that ho h:oc,
jeen twelve years on circuits, and nevorha<l \ V
my help or encouragement from his P. E. t ?
!be work of collection*. He says, too, that lio
lias been under the best of them all. Tl.-v
oreacher needs the backing of the elder. Ill
svelsht of his office ought to bo combliinl
ivitli the authority of law to sustain the pas-_.
lor before the people In his plans and bla wlf
[iiciuircdllllgently, ye elder*, what tan* lietrn
3one, what Is do'.n^, and what Arc the method-:
:>fdoln:r. Ifn preacher In -low, delinquent. i?Mr
lilm up. Jf he Is doing well commend hi mi
Lhanlt lilm. Jf bin plan Im detective rectify It, '
'how lilm a more excellent way. Put thn
iiand on every wheel In tbeshop, i?okc up t!it>,
fire, oil tit? engine, and let the vibration* of.
Lhe machinery shake the whole building. ,
And you, brethren of tho rank and file, trorlchi
to work; do rot wait for tlw? elder or tho
itewart? or the lenders, Say to the people uh
Bonaparte did when he rushed, flag In hand,
upon the bridge at I>>dl; "Grenadiers, ft#!?.
low your General." Take the lead. Gorlglif.
:>n, marshal nil yonr forces? th4 men, tli?
women, the children. Enlist all th? actlvN,
Hps. Take advantage of the possibilities
Shnke off sloth. Put away all lanyonr, all f?
lultewarmnesn. Let your heart get hot, mak$'
your spirit boll. Oh for a holy enthusiasm.
What a revival ouch a state of feeling would,bring
about! Nay, It would Itself be a revival,
full of power. Let the Church, Souths
set her heart on a hundred thousand, converia..
this year. We have in the Conference two
hundred and forty-flvo districts. An avero?>>
or Ave hundred converts would carry us beyond
the amount. Hurely this can ba n > - ttruin
upon the faith of h spiritual Church, - .
anil yet the faith that can command so much .
inlKht Scrlpturally cxprct to duplicate the.. :
sum. Aftei all, the must fit Improvement oC
ml* memorable year will be the reinaugunr-.
tion of the groat Wesleyan revival or the.
eighteen century. Nay, with much Inrrcr1
force and greater facilities, the flume we kindle.
?liotiM ascend 10 heaven and burn from
the rivers to U:e er.da of the earth. "Lofr^
Increine our faith." - .
This year every woman In the Church?old .
and young might to ally herself with thi . f
"Woman Missionary Society." I know that -l
In many places, a regular compact orgunlya-,
lion Is Impracticable. This In desirable but
not e>?ciitla!? My ?l?tern, let me entreat fotC.
10 Ji In. give In your name, meet onetime with
others, elect your president, secretary and
trefi?iirer nnd see that you pny your da**,
monthly, or quarterly, or all at once, iu may ;
be convenient. The officers If falthiul, can ?<
keep tht association alive. The women nn?.
largely lu the majority in the membership of
the Church, but hitherto very fow of tfieni.
have done anything In the way ol service .op.v
contribution. Here Is the solution ofourar-. C
rearages. When we count numbers we aro
ashamed. Come, heln us take away the reproach
that Is upon as. You can do It. I'bero,
Is no sex in duty. Remember, whose we are
and Whom we nerve. 1. "ijAfl
Let every pastor take bold of thla subject,
bring out this reserved force. Breathe upon
tills latent element till It stirs with life like
the buds of spring?becomes fragrant like the .
fresh (lowers of the He d and grows fruitful
like the harvest waving for the fickle. Th??/
entire womanhood of the Church ought to b??.
enlisted. And may be with proper effort. A
few explanations and some encourage*
inrnt irom til" preacner, win onng in
well nigh nil. What nn Increment of fofca
thin would be! The world would Icel theltn- . ]
pulse?the momentum of such a movement.
Let us seize the opportunity.
The children too. mtidl be brought Into line .
01 notion. These little workers have shown
their enpnclty for re>uits. They need Instruc- . \
tlon, guidance, co-ore ration. Let every Son- ,
day school be organized Into a missionary w-.
clety. Graduate the fee of membership by
(lie conditions of Ihe case?somo more some
lc*?. Encourage them to make what they .
give. Plant the feed of future harvest*. .
Tench them that whut I hey are doing Is not
a.* accidental action, transient, Improvised for
a special occasion, but the beginning of a
habit that Is to permeate a lifetime.' Let u* "
raise a generation that shall be wiser, better
than their fathers have been In the right '
training of the voting, there Is an embryo .
milcnnlum and the better the work we do,
the sooner the glorlous^trlumph will come.;
More piety, more money, more power, more
converts?let these lie the memorials our uetilenary
Year.
G. F. PIERCE. - ;3
An exchange anys a superstitions subscriber,.,
who found a i>plder In the copy of bin paper.'
u rote to know If It is considered a had omen.
Nothing of the kind. The spider was merelylooking
over the columns of the paper to bee
whut merchant was uoL advcrii.?lng,?othat h? /
could spin hU web across the store dour and
be free from disturbance. ...
Dry Weather/ |
SHORT CROPS, |
?AND?
ti i nn mil run
1111 HE |
TS THE TRESENT CRT. BUT THE WAY
1 in wbleh
P, ROSENBERG & C0_
Intend selling their GOODS tliis FALL AND
WINTER, will Compel people to drop that
subject to wonder why ihey cat: afford to.
id .e sucli great BARGAINS*. Their pricNf,
are such as to supply the wants of those who
have little money nnd a great deal to bay,
MR. ROSENBERG hti* remnlned Nortii all
summer and has selected with great caro ?,
most complete utock of everything In their
llnean'iat such prices as to enable them to
give en lire satisfaction to all who favor tbera
with thf-lr patronage. He has la most Instances
bought direct from the manufactory.
which lias enabled them lo secure a great *
many goods much below their market mlae,
and which will be sold by them accordingly.'
Constant auditions are being made to their ?
stock,ami It will pay any one to call on them
an<l exiuhlne it ocrore purcnasing eiHewnere.
They ciin positively sell goods of any kind Id
thHr line t?s elir>.p as any market Ir th?
Soulh, tlll.er wholesale or RETAIL.
Their stock consists in pait of
gent'8, youth s and boys*
READY-MADE CtOTHlNG/
o?
gent's furnishing goods, dry
goods, notions, hoots. shoes,
hats, caps, Trunks, valises,
jewelry, rogers'
TRIPLE PLATED
SILVERWARE In thelatest
Ufl.HIZnft, . \ ivuv IS 1M\ J , 11.AUI'*
WARE, GROCER IKS, ETC., ETC.
o . /
AIm have on html n comntele stock of3UNS,
both BREECH anil MUZZLE LOAD-;
[NO aud PISTOLS of all qualities. They
?ma^e a specialty <if?
Tobacco
rhe above goods are cuarante* d to give ?atUivctlon
In every respect. Gl?? them a call
*nd save money. . ;
P. ROSENBERG & CO.
Sept. 12, 1883. tf
Wotioe.
**IIE coDartnershlD horrtnfnrn p-rlkHno- ho
1 twern G. C. BRADLEY and T. P. THOMSON,
under the firm now of BRADLEY ?
PHOMSON at Tory has this day been dlswilv- *
?d by mutual con-ent^O. C. Bradley having' urc.hnsed
the interest of T. I'. Thomson In
he business, will settle all matters connected
aith the lute Arm.
o. r. iut.\nr,KV.
T. T. THOMSON.
January 10,1S81. 2t
Mules for Sale.
A FEW GOOD YOl'NO MIT.ES fo- sale
cheap tor cash, or on time If well secured.
at the stable of
A. M. HILL & .SONS.?.
Jan. 23, is*l, 3t
Just Recived.
ANOTHER lot of One, Two and Four ITorse. .
WH'.'ons, nil Iron Axles, the l>est and"
?qslest running Wnzon* In thecountry, which
[ will sell cheap for cash.
TITOS. DEGG8.
Sept
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