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BY HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23 1887. VOLUME XXXII. NO. 28. ||
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In accordance with he ac
(.MnnliAM 4V?k?* fhn fiooal X7AHI* ODfYl*
tv 1AISD nuj;|Mico iwt mie j
rnencing November 1st, 1886, notice is
hereby given that the Treasurer's office
of Abbeville County will be open for the
collection of taxes
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15,1887.
Taxes can be paid until December 15th
without penalty.
The rate per centum of taxes, is as follows
:
State purposes 41 mills.
County current 3j "
County special 1$ "
Schools 2 "
Total 11
"Poii tj?v sim
Male citizens between twenty-one and
fifty years are liable to Poll tax.
Tax payers in Ninety-Six and Cokesbury
townships are notified that the tax
to pay the interest on the Bonds in aid of
the Atlantic, Greenville and Western
Railway Company, amounting to 2j mills
in Ninety-Six and 3 mills in Ookesbury
will be collected at the same tinje as the
State and County taxes, and will be subject
t? the same penalties in cuse of nonpayment.
In order to further the collection of the
taxes and to accommodate the tax payers
a9 far as I am able I have arranged the
following schedule of appointments, and
request the tax payers will take due notice
thereof as the office at the Court
House will necessarily be closed on those
days:
Verdery, Tuesday, November 1st.
Bradley, Wednesday, November 2nd.
Troy, Thursday, November 3rd,
McCormick, Friday, November 4th and
Saturday morning till 11 o'clock.
Bordeaux, Saturday afternoon, November
5th.
Willington, Monday morning, November
7th until 12 o'clock.
Lowndesville, Monday afternoon, November
7th from 2 o'clock and Tuesday,
November 8th.
Ml. Carmel, "Wednesday, November
9th.
Office at Court House the other days of
that week.
Ninety-Six, Monday, November 14th
from arrival of down train until departure
of up train next day.
Greenwood, Tuesday afternoon, November
15th and "Wednesday morning
November 16th.
Hodges, Thursday, November 17th until
3 o'clock.
Donnaldsville, Friday, November 18th.
Due West, Saturday, November 19th.
The remainder of the time I will be in
the office at the Court House.
All information as to taxes will be
cheerfully given bv mail or otherwise.
J. W. PERRffl,
County Treasurer.
Sept. 14, 1887, tf
GrOOD
Lumber at Cheap Rates
J. W. W barton
VERDERY, S. C.
IS PREPARED TO FURNISH ALL KINDS
of LUMBER on short notice and at low
prices.
CEILING, FLOORING.
FRAMING TIMBERS and
BLANKS of every description.
All orders promptly and faithfully filled on
shortest notice at lowest prices for cash.
Address J. W. WHARTON,
Verdery, S. C.
August 24, 1887, 3m
Buggies,
Phsstons and Wagons
Of all Sizes and Prices.
WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF OUR
own make on hand thut will be sold
for less money than we will take orders for at
WHOLESALE PRICES.
This Is your time to get first class work for
less money than you have had before or will
get again soon.
We also have on hand a slock of WESTERN
BUGGIES and WAGONS which will
bo sold as cheap as can be by anybody.
Seal. Mcllwaine & Co.
Sept. 21, 1887, 3m.
GINNING AND PACKING.
I HAVE two first-class g*ns at work In my
gin house near the Depot. Capacity fifteen
to twenty bales a day.
Charge for ginning and packing,
The Twenty-Fifth.
Every effort will be made for the accommodation
of customers, and a? little delay as
possible in doing work.
t. w. McMillan,
Abbeville, S. C.
SeDt. 7.1M7. Sni
Farm for Sale.
IOCATED THREE MILES SOUTH OF
j Donaidsvllle, on the Columbia and
Greenville Railroad, containing 200 ACRES,
comfortable dwelling, usual outbuildings and
two tenant bouses. Two horse farm open, lfl
arces branch bottoms, 10 acres original forest
and balance in fine forest of old field pines
near the railroad.
Terms easy and accommodating. Possession
given at once. For further information
apply to REV. JOHN N. YOUNG,
at Due West,
or J. F. C-. DuPRE,
Oat. i, }?W, tf AbbcrtlU, B. 0.
I "
New Goods am
WILL 1
i
I
: OUR SALES FOR THE LAST
I
And for the NEXT 30 DAY
Sales if Selling GOODS CHE A]
SHG
SHOES WILL BE SOLD 20 PER CENT. ('II
GREENWOOD. Large and well assorted stock ti
CLOTHING!
CLOTHING WILL BE SOLD 2*> PER CENT.
'STATE. Yon will find In our stock DIAGON'AI
: TELS und HEAVY FLANNELS. OVERCOAT:
I
HATS AND FCJRN:
WE CAN BEAT ANY THING IN TOWN.
DRY G
Consisting of new efforts in VELVETS, E2
CA&HMERS and all t!?e latest styles in TRIM?
j CASHMKRs-'lOWELS. TABLE LINEN, HOSI
I compare with any in the state. Our stock must
GROCE
We have on hand a full line of STAPLE and
| prices to sint the times. Will keep in stock the fi
I
| Flour, Molasses, Syrup,!
DON'T BUY BEFOItK YOU EXAMINE 01?
5,000 YARDS YARD-WIDE
S. E. SUA
Waller's Old Stand,
Nov. 9,1887,3m
Time, Labor and
Something that Eve:
DR. J, K. Mc
WHIG (
FOR WASHING
FAMILY WASHING can tie accomplished In n FEW
the use of tbe Wash Boards or Washing Machines. 1
McWhorler, of Salem, \ a., June 21s', iSS7, and eomes wit
in a fexv minu'es of itself, what has h< retofoie required di
One-Third of the Wearing Value of Clothes was I'UBBE
now with the introduction ol the "Washing Compound'
KVIL of the PAST is HEM KOI KI). and A NEW
which saves TIME, LABOR and MONEY.
For Novelty. Simplicity, Cheapness and Thoroughness
anfeed. The entire wash iup of a large family can be doni
a cost of only a few cents. There is nothing in the prepa
4S$*Fainiiy Eights, County or State, can be purcbastd I
w n i f
V V . V. u L*
Abbe^
A. M. HILI
Dealer
GROCERIES AN!
PURE WINES A
NUHTH UAKUUNA WHI
A full line of FRUITS
EIES always
Nov. 2.1S87, 2m
JER VETI
GREEN WOI
WE HAVE JUST OPENED A MERCHAN
lag u lull line of FARMERS SUPPLIES, ai
HARDT
A fall assortment of which we offer at LOW PR
RICE! RIC]
We are dealers In CAROLINA RICE, both R
as directly with the producers as the largest s
with Charleston and Savannah houses successful
i DIXIE :
of which we are agents, Is well known In the up|
county, (for prices drop us a postal.) We order li
ders promptly and they will receive attention.
Abbeville and other counties will be appreciated
R. S. SPARKMAN. Manager
d Low Prices
TELL.
PflDR WEEKS TREMENDOUS
S we propose to double oui
P will do it.
> B S.
EAPER THAN' ANY OTHER HOUSE IJ
o select from.
CLOTHING!
CHEAPER THAN ANV HOUSE IN THI
.8, CORKSCREWS, CASHMERES, WORS
S or all grades.
ISHING GOODS.
HAVE HATS FROM 50 CENTS to $4.00.
rOODS.
fOLISH SUITING. TRICOT, FLANNELS
iiINGS, BUTTONS, OLOVES-IN KID anc
ERY, ei<'., which lor quality and prices wll
be seen to be appreciated.
RIES.
FANCY GROCERIES which will be sold a
I nest grades of
Sugar, Rice and Coffee
R STOCK AND COMPARE PRICES.
I SHEETING 61 CENTS.
LNSELL,
Greenwood, S. C.
[Money Saved
ry Family Wants.
WHORTER'S
} CLOTHES.
MINUTES without the labor of RUBBING oi
'his wonderful Discovery was patented by Dr. J. K
h glad tiding* to every household and accompllsliei
nys ond hours of bard toil. It Is estimated tba'
D OUT under ihc old process of washing, bu1
' this waste is preserved and the unnvoidHbli
EUA HAS DAWNED UPON OUK COUNTRY
} it is Unsurpassed. Perfect Satisfaction Guar
e In TWENTY MINUTES, and LK8S TIME, a
i taion that will injure the hands or clothes.
>} applying to
SLY & CO.,
7*11?, s. o.
< & SONS,
s In
) PROVISIONS,
ND LIQUORS,
SKEY A SPECIALTY,
and FANCY GROCE
i on iiand.
r & co.,
3D, S. C.
DISK AND COTTON* BUSINESS, CARRY
iid ure specially engngeil in
^ARE,
rcEs.
3! RICE!
ETAIL and WHOLESALE, and as wc dea
hipping house In the South wc can compete
ny.
PLOW,
per part of the .state, especially In Abbevllli
i cur loads from factory. So send In yonr or
A little patronage from the good people o
1.
JEKYEY & CO.
; NEW STOR
NEW GOODS
LOW WIS
1 HAVIN C
INCREASED THE CAPACITY OF O
otahd nnn
! OIUUEj IlWU
ABOUT
Three Tins its Size as Bel
we now offer to the public the largest
best selected stock of
1 FALL & WINTER 600
ever before shown In this market.
Clothing! Clothing
Special attention was given In selectlni
Rtock of CLOTHING and we now have
k best and largest stock ever offered In
i
A *\T>HTTTT 1
ADtSHj V JLJLIjJ
Everybody can be filled, ns our stoc
MENS, YOUTHS nnd BOYS, Doth In
ness aud dress suits Is complete.
The largest stock of OVKRCOATS in t
both cheup and the best.
An Immense stock of extrn PANTS,
fit any one.
Our patent square shoulders, close fl
suits for young men Is the latest out.
have all sizes.
A tremendous stock of
SHOES.
11 illK.^s in every si.vie imu quuinj. i
I GUESS and LACE, both In hiind mid
chine made. We tjunrnntee to please e
one, not only iu quality und style but al
price.
Our Common Sense Shoe for the lndl
tho easiest wearing Shoe made, and t
lady should wear them.
Our stock of MISSES and CHILDK
SHOES is large and well selected.
We also offer a beautiful Hue of
Ladies Dress Gooc
at tho LOWEST PRICES. We always
a full line of LADIES CLOAKS. SUA'
&c. The most complete, fullest and chei
line of
r
| GENTS NECKWEAR
t
? we bave ever offered. We guarantee to p
the most fastidious.
t Never without a complete and full line
Gentlemen's Shirts,
both In LAUNDRIED and UNLAUNDR
Our "Celebrated PEARL SHIRT" Isal
In tbe lead, and can't be beat tor fitting.
The be6t 50c. SHIRT ever offered in
market.
HATS! HATS!
As we have taken special care in the f
tlon of our HATS, we can please everj
from the ck-rttv men down to the comnu
laborer in DERBY and FELT GOODS
well assorted stock of CAPS.
SHOT GUNS,
both BREECH and MUZZLE LOADING
MUZZLE LOADERS from 87 up.
BREECH LOADERS from SI
I A large stock of
SHELLS and LOADING IMPLEMENT.'
SHOT, I'OWDER, PRIMERS
' Our
Grocery Departme
Is always complete.
FLOUR, BACON,
LARD, MOLASSES, SALT,
SUGAR, COFFEE
and In fact every tlilncr generally kepi
FIRST CLASS GROCERY STORE Is h1
kepr In stock.
. Fancy Groceries & Tobac
We have on hand a tremendous stock,
always look to the FARMER'S INTER
nnd when In need of TOBACCO they st:
be sure to give us a call and
SAVE MONEY.
] We have not mentioned everything,
| stock bulng so numerous.
We will Jusl sny we hnve every thing
In a FIRST CLASS STORE of GENE
MERCHANDISE.
b Yon can and will be convinced by glvi
' a cull.
P. ROSENBERG & (
Not. 9,1887, If
Golden Keys.
A bunch ol golden keys Is mine
To niukc each day with gladness shine
"Good morning!" that's the golden k<
That unlocks every day for nie.
When evening comes, "Good-night!"
And close the door of each glnd day.
When at the tablp, "If you plpase,"
I take from off my bunch of keys.
I When friends give anything to me,
I'll use the little "Thank you!" key.
"Excuse me," "Heg your pardon," too,
When t>y mistake some harm I do.
Or If unkindly harm I've given,
With the "Forgive me" key I'll be for
On acolden rlnjt these keys I'll bind,
This is Its motto, "Be ye kind."
I'll often use each troltlen kev,
And then a polite child I'll be.
I[ Unionist Oa.
- --Influence.
'
We scatter seeds with careless hand,
And dream we ne'er shall see them
But for a thousand years
Their fruit appears.
In weeds that mar the land
Or healthful store.
The deeds we do, the words we say,
Into still air they seem to fleet;
^ We count them ever pust;
i. But they shall last?
In the dread Judgment they
And we shall meet.
UK i charge thee by the years pone by,
For the love of bret hren dear,
Keep, then, the one true way
^ 1" In work and play,
|1 I Lest in the world their cry
l/l woe thou hear.
LfX ?
A clear conscience can bear
trouble.
If disturbed by doubts draw
, largely 011 the treasury of God's p
npg ises.
' Be an economist in prosperity :
is no fear of your not being in *adi
, and ty.
Do not say, "It does not pay tol
what we will probablj' never tin
JJV The beginning may be the part as
edtoyou.
Master's Sale.
The State of South Carol
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE,
K "Ur| COUllT OF COMMON I'LEAS.
! the I
, J. W. Powor, Ttusree against BenJ. W
liams, Roger L. Williams.?Foreclosi
T3Y virtue of an order of sale made li
above stated case, I will offer for 8;
rm | jiuuiii; t?uiti,y <(b auui;?iiic v>. u , o. *
! Saleday In l)eceniber, 1887. within the
I hours of sale, the following described
crty, situate In sold .state and County, t
.. f All thai t ract or parcel of land, the pre
busi-1 of Roger L. Williams, containing
j One Thousand nnd Twenty A
own,'more or less, bounded by lands of
^ 1'iince, J. W. Power, Martin lands. Alti
and Win. V. Clinltsuules and 8. A. Hu
son, and lying on I'enney's and Shan
' cretks, waters of Little Iliver.
Also that trnct or parcel of land, the p
ttine of Williams, containing
We Six Hundred Acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands of (
scales, Lynch, John b. Brownlee, and
Power, and lying 011 Penney's creek, wai
I Little River.
said lands. If deemed advisable, will
vided Into smaller tracts which will b
separably and pla'8 exhibited on day o
TERMS OF SALE?One half cash, In
CON- on a credit of twelve mouths with In
ma- from day of sale at 10 per cent., secui
svery 1 tiond ot Hie purchaser and a morigage
so In [ premises. Purchaser to pay lor papers.
J. C. KLUGII, Mai
Nov. 11, lasr, St
es Is ivery
Master's Sale.
ENS STATE OF SOUTH CAROL
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Thcoph. Baker, Ailm'r, Ac. against Car
1- Latimer etal.
RY virtue of an order of sale made i
above stated case. I will offer lor s.
public outcry at Abbeville C. H., S.
kef-p Saleday in December, 1887, within the
>\ LS, hours of sale, the following described
apcst erty, being the real estate of James M
nicr, deceased, situate in said State aud
ty, to wit:
1. All that tractor parcel of land, kno
the Mitchell Place, on Comer creek wal
Little ttiver, containing
lease ^ne Hundred Sixty-Six A
more or leas, bounded by lands of G. J
bee, A. VV. Branyon, George William:
of others.
2. Also that tract or parcel of land, k
as the Groves Place, containing
One Hundred and Thirty Acr
more or less, and bounded by lands o
IED. Lock hart, Mrs. M. LeRoy, John L. A
and others.
ways 3- Also, that tract or parcel of land, k
as the Savannah River Plantation, conu
One Thousand and Five Acre
any
more or less, and bounded by lands of
Hutchison. Josiah Burton, J. M. Younj!
Cabell. I. II. McCulla, and W. F. C'lnksc
4. Also, mm traei or parcel or lanci, k
as the Harper Ji Hutchison iunils, conti
Throe Hundred & Ninety-Nine A
selcc- more or j^SSj hounded bv lands ol
f on? Arnold. Mrs. M. LeRoy, Mrs. M. E. Bak
inest UutchlRon, R. L. Hardin aud I. H. McCn
A 5. Also, one house and lot in the vill
Lowndesvllie, containing
Eight Acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands of
kcr, W. Moore, Methodist Church Lot, I
_ of Mrs. Barnes, and Main street.
3- TERMS OF SALE-One-thlrd cash, bi
onTn credit of one and two years, wii.li
est from day of sale, to be secured by bo
ttic purchasers and mortgages of the
0 up. ises.
J. C. KLUGH, Mai
Nov. 11,1887. :st
Master's Sale.
Ac STATE OF SOUTH CAUOLIP
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
C'Ol'ItT OK COMMON PLEAS.
Samuel A. Hutchison against Sarah C. I
et. uL?Partition.
T)Y virtue of nn order of sale made I
above stated case, I will oft'er for s
public outcry at Abbeville C. II., S. C\, or
day in December, 1887, within the legal
of sale, the following described propert
lliite III finlil . siaie ami uiuniy, 10 >vu;
Mint tractor parcel of land containing
<S:c.,
Thirty Acres,
^ 'n a more or less, bounded by lands of 8. S.
ways j?|,n x. Ni*wby, Isaac II. McCalla, and <
of J. M. Latimer.
TEKMS OF SALE?Cash. Purchaser I
for papers.
SCO. J- C. KLUGH, Mai
Nov. 12,1SS7,3t
.Sr. Master's Sale.
loulci
The State of South Carol
COUNTY Of'' ABBEVILLE.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
John E. Bradley et nl., Tix'ors against
A. Trultt et nl.
0111 T?Y virtue of an order of sale made ii
above stated wise. I will oiler for si
publicum cry nt Abbeville C H., S. (
kept rtaicday in IHvember. 1S87, within the
UAL iimirs of sale, the following described
eviy, hitunte in said State and County, t(
The tracts of land now In possession of
ngus a. Bindley, Sarah A. 'i'm i it, Savannah
kins and Jane A. Goodln, s> paralely, |
Iherrnl rstuieof which Matthew Goodii
seized and possessed. To be sold in th
more tracts.
.11 TERMS OF SALE-Cash. Purcha?
lUI pay for pnpers.
J. C. KLUGfl, Ma
Xov. 11,1887, St
Master's Sale.
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
5y COUKT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Si
t -or Robertson, Taylor & William's against Davis
3' S. Branyan et. al.?Foreclosure.
RY virtue of au order of sale made in the I
1J above stated case, I will offer for sale at a
Abbeville C. H.,S. C.,onKaleday in December bi
INS", within the legal hours of sale, the fol- f?
lowing described property, situate in said st
State and County, to wit: All that tract or nf
parcel of land, known as the Tract So. 2 pi
containing
One Hundred and Four Acres.
given. m
more or less, bounded by lands of C. C. Bran- ec
yan, H. J. Martin, George Shirley and others, R
lyiiwr on rioiiSKincrefK, water 01 Millie rciver. si
TiIRMs OF SALE?One third cash, balance
ml a credit of twelve months with Inter- tt
zctte est fil0rn day of sale, secured by bond of the
purchaser and mortgage of the premises.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. C. KLUGH, "
Nov. 11, 1887 .'it. Master. g'
Master's Sale.
more. ,r
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, .. ai
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE. P<
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
J. E. Caldwell against M. C. Caldwell et al.
Partition.
T5Y virtue of an order of sale made In the
above stated case, I will offer for sule at
public outcry at Abbeville C. H., 8. C., on
Saleday In December, 1887, within the legal
hours of sale, the following described properly
situate In said State and County, to wit: The TI
remainder of that tract or parcel of land,
known as Real Estate of M. E. Caldwell, deceased.
In the town of Mt. Carmel, containing
originally ?
Twenty-five Acres, P<
an5' more or less, bounded by lands of T. G. Baker In
and others. Said land lias oeen divided into in
mr.r five lots, which will be sold separately. tr
Also such of the lots of the former survey as T<
>rom- have not been paid for by purchasers at the
former sale. Plate will be exhibited on day
of sale. ?
there TERMS OF SALE?One-half cash, balance
yersi- on tt credit of twelve months with interest J1
from day of sale, secured by bond of purchaser "
and mortgage of premises, with leave to pur- 7*
jcin chasers to pay ail cash. Purchasers U? pay ,
. T M for papers.
i?1'- J. C. ICIjUGH, Master. nr
Sign- Nov. It, 1887,3t. **
Master's Sale.
The State of South Carolina,
Una, COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Mrs. \V. H. Parker against G. S. Merrlwethor
?Foreclosure. P,
. Wll- T2Y virtue of an order of sale made in the
ire. above stated case, I wll offer for sale at -r
.. fijp public outcry ut Abbeville C. H.. 8. C., on 11
tie at s?ledyy '? December, 1887, within the legal pl
. on hours of sale, the following described propfeual
crtj% situate in said State and County, to jj
nron- wit: All that tractor parcel of land, contain- fQ
.....I.. Inar.
>perty Sixty-Three and Oiio-hnlf Acres, pi
more or less, bounded by lands of J. \V. Calcres'
honn, Mrs. Emily Cheatham, J. \V. Fooshe, tn
j J. C. Younj? and the Dower Tract, lying on \\
icr't j' Wilson's Creek. Said tract Is the remainder
toiltul of the original tract of (J. 8. Merrlwether not 0r
kiin'x sold at the former sale In thUckse.
Klin ? TERMS OF SALE-One-half cash, balance
roner- on a credit of twelve months with Interest
1 from day of sale secured by bond of purchais- .nj
er and mortgage of the premises. Purchaser
to pay for papers. }v
J. C. KLUGH, Master. le
::llnk- Nov. 12,1S87,3t A
j. w. In
Master's Sale.
5 sold The State of South Carolina, bi
f sale. / ' t0
ilanre COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE. Jo
nerest !tr
ed by court of common pleas. sr
of thL' King & Poe ajjalnst R. H. Welborn et al gter
Foreclosure.
T)Y virtue of an order of sale made in the
above staled case, I will otter for sale at ni
public outcry at Abbeville C. II., S. C.. on Bi
Saleday iti Decern tier, 1887, within the legal T'
hours of sale, the following described properIV
l ty, situate in said state ai d County, to wit: in
1 ' Ail that tract or parcel of laud containing sa
gll
One Hundred and Fifty-One Acres, pt
more or less, hounded by lands of R. L. Wilrle
A. Ilains, \Vm. Power, and others, it lielnK the
tract conveyed to R. II. Welhern by Llna M. s=
n the Prince. _ _ _
ile at l'iiKMM ut' SALit;?une nan cnsn, na'ance
P., on on a credit of twelve months with Interest
k'L'nl fro-.n day of sale. secured l.y bond of pur- \\
prop- chaser and mortgage of the premises, with
. Lati- leave to purchaser to anticipate payment ,
Coun- Purchaser to pay for papers. IJ.
C. KLUGH, Master. A
wn as Nov. 11,1SS7,3t
:ers ol - ? ? H
Master's Sale. R
cres, ;
i. nig. The State of South Carolina, p<
?, and COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE. be
D0Wn COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. T1
R. T. Gordon, Assignee against James C. Lltes "i
es' et al.?Foreclosure. g,.
f Mrs. T5Y virtue of an order of sale made In the of
molJ above stated case, I will ofl'cr for sale at ec
public outcry at Abbeville C. H , S. C., on
nown Saleday in December, 1S87, within the legal
lining hours of sale, the following described property,
fcituate In said State and County, to wit:
is, Ail that tract or parcel of land, in Cedar _
R p Springs Township, containing
r, Mrs. Oue Hundred and EightvOne Acres,
ales.
nown more or less, bounded by lands of Mary C. |Si
lining Lites, Mrs. J. E. Lyon, by the Vienna Road!
nnd others, the interest herein of satd J. C. t:
cres, Lites being ascertained to be one undivided -t
. T . one-half interest. to
nr'ii' TERMS OF SALE?One-half cash, balance in
y.r' u- on a credit of twelve months with Interest h
,1 from day ol sale, secured by bond of the pur- \
age oi cj,aser an(j a mortgage of the premises. Pur- is
chaser to pay for papers. sc
J. C. KLUGH, Master. p.
No v.*10,1887,3t (j(
T. Ba- ta
E"?" Master's Sale. *
I'l'uer- The State of South Carolina, j<
md of Hi
preui- COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE. as
t COL"KT OF COMMON PLEAS. " '?
Thos. T. Cunningham et al., auainst Samuel
C. Casou, et al.?Partition.
DY virtue of an order of sale made In the _
above stated case, I will offer for sale at
public outcry at Abbeville C*. II.. S.C., on SulefA,
day In December, 1P87, within the legal hours
of sale, the following described properly, t-ituate
in said State and County, to wit: All
that tract or parcel of land, containing
..lvely Three Hundred nud Eighty Acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of Dr. J. T. iej
n the Baskln, A. J. Clinkscalts, G. W. Rpeer, and 0i
ale at others. Said tract of land Is divided into two a
,'s?ie. j parcels each of which will be sold separately, si
hours P'ats may be seen at my office and will be ex- pj
v nit- hlblted on day of sale. |n
. 'All! TERMS OF SALE?One-half cash, balance ()f
on a credit of twelve months secured by bond I
I of the purchaser and a mortgage of the prem- (
Ises, with interest rrom any or Mile. 1'urcnas- ?
er to pny for papers. J. C. KLUGH, A
Boles, >'ov. 14.1887.3t Master. L<
estate SI
opay Master's Sale. E:
ster. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Ezeklel Harris aeains*. N. W. Greer et. el? p*
ina, toreclosure.
T3Y virtue of an order of sale made In the 1-L'
above stated case. I will otTer for snie at hi
public outcry at Abbeville t". H..S. 0., on Sale- jt.|
day In December, within the legal hours or
Sarah ol sale, the following described property, sit- p
uate In said Slate and County, to wit: All k
,, the Interest of F. L.Qroerf which Is two third* e,;
lie Tit'111 llial lrucl or P,ircei 01 l?i,u wmitiuiug si
leg"]! Fifty-Six Acres, ?
prop-'more or less, hounded l?y lands of Amanda ta
t wit: Kay. Jane Phillip* and others.
Mary! TEICMS OK SALE?Cash sufficient to pay
Wat- the dent. Interest mid costs, remainder on a m
'art of credit of twelve months with Interest from c<
11 died day of sale secured by bond of the purchaser K;
ree or anil a niortunae oi the premises. Purchase! to
to nay for papers. J. C. KLUUH, s.
;er to Nov. 10,1887,3t. Master, cc
ster. ' Call and gf>t a nlee sul'of cloths for a little
|moti?y. P. Rotenherg & Co. 11-2
Master's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
COURT OF COMMON FLEAS.
im'l McGowan agnlnst John R. Tolbert,
et, al.-Foreclosure.
)Y virtue of an order of sale made in the
' above stated case, I will offer for tale at
bbevllle C. H., S. O.. on Saleday In Decem>r,
18*7, within the legal hours of sale, the sallowing
described property, situate In raid
ate ana County, to wit: All that tract or *
ircel of land, known as the Ninety-Six
'ace, containing
One Hundred Acres,
ore or less, near Ninety-Six village, bound1
by the trick- of the Columbia A Greenville
allroad Company, Jeff. Floyd, Jno. A.
uart, Mrs. Burnett, and others.
Also that tract or parcel of land known as
le Waller Tract, containing
Nine Hundred- Acres,
iore or less, and bounded hy lands of Peter
cKcllar, L. Bell, Thos. Cheatham, Henry
pikek, and others.
TERMS OF SALE?One-half cash, balance
i a credit of twelve months with interest
om day of sale, secured by bond of purchaser X
3d mortgagor the premises. Purchaser to
iy for papers. -
J. C. KLUGH, Master.
Nov. 14, 1387,3t.
Master's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, |
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
he Trustees of the Estate of Dr. John DeLa
Howe against SI. A. Bell and R. L. WllUams.?Foreclocore.
>Y vlrture of orders of sale made in the
' above stated case, I will offer for sale at -/
jblic outcry at \bbeville C. H., 8.-C., on "
ueday in Decemder, 1887, within the legal
snrs ol sale, the following property, situate
i said State and County, to wit: All that ./ ;
act or parcel of land, known as part of the
jlbcrt tract, containing
Two Handred and Sixteen Acres,
ore or less, bounded by lands of Ales
odze, Win. Campbell, Lewis. Cllnkacalea, R.
Williams, and others, being the tract con- >
>yed by Mrs. Hill to R. L. Williams and now
possession of M. A. Bell.
TERMS OF SALE?Ono-hnlf cash, bailee
ou ? credit of twelve months with inter- I
t fioni day of sule secured bv honii of nnr.
mscr and" mortgage of the premises, far* .
ic9cr to pay for papers. J. C. KLUGH,
Nov. 14, 1887, 3t. Master.
fjSi
Master's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA*
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
:lzer, Rodgers & Co., against J. E. Bradley
et. nl.?Foreclosure.
? Y vlrture of an order of sale made In tbe
' above stated ease, 1 will offer fur sale at /'
lblic outcry at Abbeville Court House,
>uth Carolina, on 8ADEDAY In DECEM- . *
ER1887 within tbe legal hours of sale, tbe
tlowinc described property, situate In said
;nte mid County, to wit: AH that tract or
ireel of land containing
One Hundred and Fifty Acres* />
ore or less, bounded by lands of estate of ,i.
r. K. Bradley ana Long Cane creek, known
i Faulkner place. Also that tract or parcel
' land, coutulDing
Four Acres*
ioreor less, bounded lands ol estate of W* T
. Bradley. H. 0. Young and others, together .
1th Tan Yard, Tan House, stock of bide*, . :.a
atner, implements and dwelling bouse.
Iso, two town lots in town of Troy contain*
30ill0 Feet Each,
ore of less, bounded by Brick 8tore of
radley Brothers, Main Street, Caldwell alley,
getiier with tbe right to uso one-balf of aa* "' 'P'M
inln?r wall of Bradley Bros, Brick Stem,
id all improvements that may be put on
id premihes. Also two lots in town of Troy
intalnlng
30x60 Feet Each,
ore or le<s, bounded by Caldwell alley and
radley Brother's Brick store, fronting on
wlggs street. a
TERMS OF SALE?One-half casb, balance
\ twelve months with interest from day of ' ?
ile, securcd by bond of purchaser and mortige
of the premises. Purchaser to pay for
ipers.
J. C. KLTTOH. Mnntnr
Nov. 14,1837, 3t
Sheriff's Sale.
'ardlaw it Edwards and other* against
Hugh K. Gibert? Eexcutlon.
>Y virtue of sundry executions to me direct)
ed, in the above stated case, I will sell to v v?
le highest bidder, at public auction, within
te legal hours of sale, at Abbeville Court
uose, on Monday t be fifth day of December A.
. INK, all the right, tltleand interestpf Hugh
. Gibert, 6ublect to claim of Homestead, If
ltttle thereto in the following described pro:rty,
to wit: All that tract or parcel ot land,
tuiitf, lying and being in the County of Abivilie,
Houth Carolina, place, and containing
EI REE HUNDRED AND SIXTY ACRES, '
ore or less, and bounded by lands of James
eCaslan, w. D Mars. \V. W.Mars and oth- .-3
s. Levied on and to be sold as the property
Hugh R. Gibert, to satisfy the aforesaid exntlon
and costs.
TERMS-Cash. . j ?S
J. F. C. DcPRE,
Sheriff Abbeville County.
Nov. 8,1887, 3t
^7 ? ,
onerm's aaie.
irah Logon and others against Isaac LoganExecution.
>Y vlrture of sundry Execution to medi'
rected, In the abovostatnd case. I will sell
the highest bidder, at Public Auction, withi
the legal hours of sale, nt Abbeville Court '4
ou.se, on Monday the fifth day of Deoeraber
. D. 18S7 all the right, title and Interest of
aac Logan deceased, In the following d?rlbed
property to wit: All that tract or
ircel of land, situate, lying and being in tb?
junty of Abbeville, South Corallna, and conlning
WO HUNDRED AND EIGHTY ACRES,
ore or less, and bounded by lands of ThomAS
lu?h, Joshua Turner, Francis Arnold, R. M. A
jllock nnd others. Levied on and to be sold
the property of If>aac Logan deceased to
tlsfy the aforesaid Execution and costs.
rERMS?Cash. ' j
J. F. C. DuPRE,
Sherlfif Abbeville County.
Nov. 8.18S7 3t.
Sheriff's Sale.
*lrdner &. Arnold asmtnst Jos. T. Speed and
SiDgletoti A. Speed?Execution.
(Y vlrtureuf an Execution to me directed.
' In the above stated case, I will sell to the
ehest bidder, at Public Auction, within the
sal hours of sale, at Abbeville Court Houae,
i MONDAY the fifth day of DECEMBER
. D. 1887 all the rlijht. title and interest of :
ugletou A. Speed lu the following described
operty to wit: All that tract or parcel of
nd. situate, lying and being in the Coontjr
Abbeville South Carolina, and containing
TWO HUNDRED ACRES,
ore or less, nnd bounded by lands of B. B.
Uen, J. M. Young, Jos. T. Speed and others.
?vled on aud to be sold as the property of
nuleton A. Speed to satisfy the aforesaid
xecution and costs.
TERMS?Cash. J. F. C. DuPRE,
Sheriff Abbeville County.
Nov. 11.1887 St. ^
??????? jjj
Sheriffs Sale.
L. McCelvey as Administrator against
Thos. E. Frith, sen.?Execution.
>Y virtue of an Execution to mo directed,
' in the above stated case, I will sell to the
gliest bidder, at Public Action, within the
_ . 1 L-..? -.< A? AKl.atillla Pnnrf. HAUM.
gHI IIUUIRUI ill a'/uvi.iv m
i MONDAY tlie fifth day of DECEMBER A.
, 1887, nil the right, title and Interest of Tho?.
Frith Pen., In the following described prop.
ty to wit: All that tract or parcel of land,
tunte. lying and being In the County of
bbeville South Carolina, being the place on
lilch said Thob. E. Frith resides, and con.
ining
SE HUNDRED AND THIRTY ACRES,
ore or less, and bounded by lands of J. L.
ivin. estate of Mis. Morrah. Vienna Rosd.
zfklei Robinson and others. Levied on and
tie sold as the property ofThos. E. Frltb, ~gfl
>11.. to satisfy the aforesaid Execution and
8
TERMS?Cash. &
J. F. G DrPRE. M
Nov. 10,1SiT, St. Sheriff, H

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