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The Best Beauty. 1 k'.iew a little lellow Whose face Is fair to see. But still there's nothing pleasant About that face to me; For he's rude and cross and selfish, If he caunot have his way; And he's always making trouble, I've heard his mother say. I know a little fellow Whose face is plain to sec, But that we never think of? So klDd and brave Is he. He carries sunshine with him, And every body's glad To hear the cheery whistle Of the pleasant little lad. You see It's not the features That others judge us by. But what we do, I tell you. And that you can't deny. The plainest face has beauty If the owner's kind and true ; And that's the kind of beauty, My girl and boy, for you. Stilts are no better in conversation than in a foot-race. Folly must hold its tongue while wearing the wig of wisdom. The office should seek the man, but it Rhould insDect him thoroughly be fore taking him. ^ Take the first opportunity to pay your debts. A man is freer when he "owes no man anything." Humility is most serviceable in an under-garment, and should never be worn as an overcoat. The good 8amaritan helps the unfortunate way-farer without asking him how he intends to vote. All the paths of life lead to the grave, and the utmost that we can do is to avoid the short cuts. There is no witness so terrible, no accuser so powerful as conscience, that dwells in the breast of each. The reformer becomes a fanatic when he begins tq use his emotions as a substitute for his reasoning faculty. Many an object in life must be attained by flank movements ; it is the zigzag road that leads to the mountain top. He that hungers and thirsts after righteousness is free of all disease; has the normal appetite of Eden; and is beautified with the bloom of immor^ tality. If we have not the spirit of forgiveness towards our neighbor, how can we ask God to "forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive them that trespass against us?" When God intends to fill a soul, He first makes it empty; when He intends to enrich a soul, He first makes It noor: when He intends to exalt a soul, He first makes it humble; when He intends to save a soul, He first makes it sensible of its own miseries and nothingness. Reverence in dealing with the Bible . should always characterize the Sabbath school teachers. There is a tendency too often to treat even the most sacred themes in a light and flippant way. To encourage or permit this is to weaken the influence of the Scriptures on the minds and hearts of scholars. Who that has languished %veu in advanced life, in sickness and despondency ; who that has pined in a weary bed, in the neglect ana loneliness of a b, foreign land, but has thought on the mother '[that looked on his childIhood," that smoothed his pillow and administered to his helplessness. s| Those who have well nigh gone crazy attempting to find out the difference between worsted and woolen goods may be glad to read the following : Worsted goods are manufactur? ed from wool that has been carded and ?; combed ; woolen goods are made from wool that has been carded but not combed. The combing lays the wool fibers parallel?as in threads for the manipulation of gloves and hosiery. ? mi n. on .1 ft U _ . _ lie ? 01 m mm, County of Abbeville. , xCOURT OF COMMON PLEAS. Mary M, Edwards, Plaintiff, against Frank E. Cowan ana Hiram Cowan, Defendants. COPY SUMMONS FOR RELIEF. (Complaint served.) To the Defendants Prank E. Cowan and Hiram Cowan: You ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND required to answer the complaint In this action, wbloh Is filed in the office of tbe Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for said County. and to serve a oopy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscriber at his office at Abbeville Court House, South Carolina, within twenty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and U you fail to answer tbe complaint within the time aforesaid, the plalntm in this action will annlv to the Court tor the relief demanded in the complaint Dated August 6th, A. D., 1839. THOS. L. MOORE, (L.S.) C. C. P. i*L w. A. LEE, Plaintiffs Attorney. TO the absent Defendant, Hiram Cowan: Take Notice.?That the complaint in this action, together with the sammons of which the above 1b a copy, was filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for Abbeville County, South Carolina, on the 6th day of August, 1889. Dated August 6,18S8. \V. A. LEE, Plaintiffs Attorney. August 6,1889, 6t p1' PATRICK m MILITARY ISTITUTE, W ANDERSON, S. C. Next session opens S HUPTTilMBER 11th. I \ Fall oorps of Instructors. Business departI xnent attached. Send for Catalogue. ^jg? apt. JOHN B. PATRICK, Principal. August7,1889, lmo. Sheriff's Sale. Chicora Saving Bank against Jane Kay, et al. ?Execution. j.: T>Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION TO ME -'-'directed in the above stated case, the property hereinafter described was levied upon at the property of the said defendant cn the 6tb day of AuKQ6t, 1888. And Homestead claimed L therein. The appraisers duly appointed ap k raised this Homestead of Two Hundred Acres Mb at 91,500; due notice of the filing of the return V* of appraisers was given to the defendant, and W she required to pay the excess within sixty r days from said notice, or the said premises \rould be sold, the defendant having made default herein; I will by virtue of said Exe cation and In accordance with the law in suoh cases made ana proviaea, sen u> iut highest bidder at Public Auction within the ? legal hours of sale at Abbeville Court House on Monday the 2nd day of September, A. D. , 1889.all that tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the County of Abbeville i South Carolina, containing \ TWO HUNDRED ACRES, more or less and bounded by lands of Mrs Kay, W. A. Blgby, A. M. Dodson, F. M. Stone and C. & G. K. R. Levied and to be sole! to 8atlsly the aforesaid Execution and costs The proceeds being first applicable to the said claim of Homestead. Also i y FIVE HUNDRED AND NINETY-THREJ I Acres, more or less, a part of the above de ' scribed tract of land bounded by lands of Mrs i Kay, W. A. Blgby, A. M. Dodsota; F. M. Stoni ft and others. Levied on and to be sold as th( | property of the said Defendant to satisfy the I aforeeaiel Execution and costs. 1 . TERMS-Cash. W.D.MANN, Sheriff A. V ? August 7th, 1889. I ANNOUNGEMENL I WISH, to announce to the public that 1 will be in Abbeville in a few days and will bring with me my Optical instruments lor fitting spectacles and eye-glasses In a scientlflc manner. Also a complete line of gold, silver, nickel, Zylonite, rubber and steel :'rames for spectacles and eye-glasses. And lenses to fit the above of the finest quality that money and pains can procure. Persons needing anything in this line would do well to c -nsult me before placing their orders elsewhere. As you will find my prices very reasonable. And all goods sold by me are guarenteed " give perfect satisfaction, or money will be cuecrful'y refunded. I have taken a thorough courso in the methods of fitting glasses and use tbe latest improved Instruments. Compound Myopia or Hypetropia correctcd as easily by my process as ordinary failing eye sight. Having a well equipped jewelryl Btore I am prepared to fill all orders for anything In the line of watches, diamonds, jewelry, clocks silver and silverplated flatana hollow ware, gold and silver head umbrellas, canes &c.,at city prices. And guaranteed to bejustas represented. Hoping to find you all enjoying good health and a prosperous business and soliciting a share of your patronage, I am very respectfully. WALTER D. TUSTEN. No. 11 Grand St., Monroe La. Barber Shop. RICHARD GANTT, is now prepared to do all work in his department In the best manner and at reasonable charges. Monthly customers shaving, hair cutting and shampooing 81 per montn. Rasors honed and In the best condition for 25 cents each. Dr. F. E. Harrison OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERvlces to the public. Office over the Racket Store, Mollwain Corner. Jan. 30, '89. Terra Cotta Wells. THE undersigned will put you up a 19 Inch Terra Cotta Well for half the price of a dug one. The common wood bucket is used for drawing water. The cleaning out is the work of a moment by keeping a galvanized sheet Iron bucket In the bottom to De hooked out at will. Satisfaction guaranteed. This Terra Cotta weighs 40 to 50 pounds to the foot. C. M. CALHOUN, Greenwood, S. C. They are frog proof and superior to one dug. Joel S. Bailey, Greenwood. They are bound to take precedence over all others. Prof. Blake, Greenwood. Joe Ligon, Bradley. Rev. H. Smart, Troy. Dr. L. Anderson, Ninety-Six. Rev. Pressly, Due West. D. J. Wardlaw, McCormlck. Out of 24 wells made In my town in two years I hvae put up 23 of them. July 13,1887,12 m NOTICE. THE School Commissioner can always be found in his office at the Court House on SALEDAY and the 15th of every month, except when the 15th occurs on Sunday, In which case his office will be open on the 14th. Feb. 6,1889, tf Will Meet on Sale Days, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, the Board o County Commissioners will meet o n Sale Bays. J. W. LITES, April 10, 1889. Chairman. Coffins at Mt. Carmel. JW. SIGN has coffins at Mt. Carmel In the care of W. R. POWELL. The HEARSE will be sent from Abbeville when desired. Jan. 5,1887 tf Port Royal & Western Carolina R'y Augusta, 6a., Javuabt 5,1889. Commencing Sunday, March 4th, Passenger train will ran as follows, by 75th Meridian time. Golno South. Daily. Daily. Lv Spurtanbnrg 3 50 pm LiV Lv milville 5 01 pm Lv Greenville 8 25 pm 6 80 am Lv Laurens 5 87 pm S OS am Lv Waterloo 6 12 pm 8 89 am Lv Greenwood 6 64 pm 9 20 am Ar Verdery 7 16 pm 9 42 am Ar Bradley 7 28 pm 9 64 am At Troy 7 44 pm 10 09 am Ar McCormick 8 00 pm 10 26 am Ar Anderson 8 66 pm Ar Parksvllle 8 29 pm 10 54 am Ar Clark's Hill 8 62 pm 11 17 am Ar Augusta 10 00 pm 12 30 um Ar Savannah 6 80 am 5 40 pm Ar Charleston 6 06 pm Ar Jacksonville 12 00 M 7 10 am Going North. Daily. Daily. Lv Jacksonville 1 16 pm 8 85 pm Lv Savannah., 8 10 am 6 40 am Lv Augusta..; 8 15 am 6 00 pm Lv Clark's Hill 9 2S am 7 07 pm Lv Parksvllle 9 54 am 7 81 pm Lv McCormick 10 26 am 8 00 pm Lv Anderson 2 55 pm Lv Troy 10 44 am 8 17 pm Lv Bradley 11 00 am 8 81 pm Lv Verdery 11 15 am 8 44 pm Ar Greenwood 11 40 am 9 05 pm Ar Waterloo 12 20 pm 9 45 pm Ar Laurens 12 58 pm 10 17 pm &r Greenville 2 40 pm 11 50 pm Ar Htllville 1 27 pm * - T*T J O- 1 AK nrn n.r nuwruu j. -*v at Spartanburg 2 85 pm Connections made at Greenwood for points on C. & 6. B. B. Connections made at Spartanburg for points on A. & C. Air Line and 8. <fe A. K. B. And at Augusta with Georgia E. B., C. C. & A. B E., South Carolina Bailway for all points. For further information relative to schedule, tickets, rates, best route, etc., write to or call upon W. J. CBAIG, B. W. HUNT, Act. Gen'l Pass. Agt T. P. Agt, Augusta, 6a. COLUMBIA & GREENVILLE DIV CONDENSED SCHEDULE. In effect July 21,1889. (Trains run by 75th Meridian time.) NORTHBOUND. . No. No. No. 4. 50. 54. A.M. Lv Charleston 7 00 P M I Lv Columbia 2 45|_ 10 45 Lv Alston .. 3 5oj 11 40 I P.M. Ar Union 1 35 - Ar Spartaflburg I 2 50 ArTryon - - 4 46 A r Saluda l 5 88 Ar Flat Book 6 00 *. Ar Hendersonvllle 6 10 ? Ar AsheviUe 7 00 .. At Hot Springs 8 40 Ar Newberry 4 55 12 42 Ar Laurens 7 20 Ar Greenwood 2 87,.... Ar Abbeville 4 00 A.M. Lv Belton 10 20 4 00 Ar Piedmont 11 09 4 4S P.M. Ar Greenville 11 50 5 35 Ar Anderson 4 40 Ar Seneca 6 30 Ar Walhalla 1 00 Ar Atlanta 10 40 ....... southbound. ; . No. No. No. 55. 51. 8. A.M. [ Lv Walhalla. 6 50 Lv Seneca. 8 15 ........ 1 Lv Anderson 9 35 .. . 'Lv Abbeville 10 60 P M ' Lv Greenville 9 SO 2 10 Lv Piedmont 10 16 2 53 ! Lv Belton 11 04 8 40 > Lv Greenwood 12 33 . P.M. A.M. ! Lv Laurens - 6 00 ! Lv Newberry 2 40 8 30 I Lv Alston 3 40 I""! 9 30 Z'.".'.'. i A.M. Lv Uot Springs 8 50 r.v Afthovillft 8 25 Lv Hendersonvirie I 9 15i _ Lv Flat Bock 9 46 Lv Saluda. I 9 52 i Lv Tryon |10 39 . 1 Lv Spartanburg ill 55 .< P M. . Lv Union I 1 40 ' Ar Alston 3 40 Ar Columbia | 4 45| 10 30 * Ar Augusta. 9 05 3 3 Nos. 3, 4 and 50 and 51 dally except Sunday. Mai 3 Line trains Nos. 54 and 55 daily between Coumbia and Alston. Daily except Sunday between Alston and Greenville. D. CABDWELL, Dlv. Pass. Act., Columbia, 8. C, J AS. L. TAYLOB, Gen. Pass.'Agt. SOL. HAAS, Traffic Manager. Jill HAM,' CONGAEEE mil WORKS, Coumbia. S. C. Agent for riTT \ "D1\T A "VTJC! 'perpetual evaporator 11HESE WOBKS WEEE ESTABLLSAED in 1S47 by Messrs. Geo. Sinclair and James Anderson and purchased by me in the year 1856, and from that time till now carried on successfully by myself. My friends and customers will bear witness of the large and stupendous jobs oxecuted by me. It was at my works where the largest and almost only job of Its class ever executed in this olty was done viz.: the making of the pipes for the City Water Works in the year 1658. My stock of patterns for ABCHITECTUBAL WOKK, COLUMNS for Store fronts, is large and various, and in KAILINGS for Balconies, Gardens, and Cemeteries I have the largeBt variety and most modern patterns: many of these are patented and I have purchased the right for this State. In the machine line I can furnish my patrons witB STEAM ENGINES and BOILEBS of any size and description. My OIBCULAB SAW MILLS have carried off the prize at every State Fair held in this city, and in their construction I have taken pains to combine simplicity with the most usofulmodern improvements, and may flatter myself that my CIBOULAB SAW MILLS find favor with every sawyer who understands his business. The many orders I am steadily receiving for 8UGAB CANE MILLS prove that the public appreciate the mills of my make, and so it is with my GEABING for HOBSE POWEBS. GIN WHEELS, GBIST MILLS and other MACHINEBY. I have the manufacturing rights ef many PATENTS such as castings for COTTON AND HAY PBESSES, HAWLEY COBN 8HELLEB and throe or four FEED OUTTEBR and other implements. I will be pleased to send my circulars to any applicant, together with price list or estimate. My prices are moderate, and I assure the public that they are lower even than those of Northern manufacturers, and that my work will compare favorably with that of any other maker. Address John Alexander, . Congaree Iron Works. Columbia, S. C. At Prime Cost. The Following Goods will be Sold at First Cost. Suspenders, Hosiery, Fans, Undershirts, Overshirts, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Drawers, Neckties, AT E. A. TEMPLETON'S. " ? 5 sT a 3 ?i i o S . 3s I . pi" ' wv W h es ? ? <> | | Cd P-f S3 C5p g< g. 3SS o O *2 B*rf Cb 2 S2* ; Lj (3 30? w pqi ^ H ^ g0a - g 3 ^ ? feps 1 a co -> ? p2 ? M ^ f J g?5' 5 * o C 2 s *>%* 8 W * 3 ? n ?ih ce s n o 5 I 5 j Ip 0 ? ?l = 8 ? ?8| j g . **5 * *? ?o ??* S * CD "2 ? *3 ?*: . 5 K ? S3 J# p e? fij jj? es s ? ? fcf| 9 ? CD ^ - CQ H 2 iST rt to " % a d <j ? ? .2 ^4 0?a S H ^ 5 B | Hg| I S 6 ! J 5 S?5 . g m g ? w SJ? g fl s " i :lj B i ? ?3 | ? gg| , ? | a w Ho" u T a S gsrfl i; g g ol "6 DUE WEST FEMALE COLLGE. The next collegiate year will begin OCTOBER 7th. Accomplished and experienced Teachers in the Art, Music and Literary Departments. No change in the Faculty, except the addition of a specialist in literature. Community noted for its pure moral tone. No town more healthful than DUE WEST. Boarding department unexcelled. Rates reasonable. Board and regular tuition for the year $165. For Catalogue address Mrs. L. M. BONNER, Principal, or H. E. BONNER, Vice-Principal. DUE WEST, S. C. July 17,1889. Lumber For Sale. The undersigned has a fine lot of lumber of all kinds for Bale. Will de tiver 11 at Aooeviue, o. u umreu. s. g. thomson. May 29, 1888 PERRIN & COTHBAN, attorneys at Law, ABBEVILLE. S. O. DR. S. 6. THOMSON, Dental surgeon. Office up-stalre, Mcllwaine corner. Feb. 20,1889. tf WM. H.PARKER W. C. McGOWANPARKER&McG0WAN ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITORS, ABBEVILLE, C. H., S. C. WILL practice also In the Circuit Courta oi the United States for South Carolina. WHITE BROTHERS Having made a success heretofore of the trade In Fine Ready-Made cloth lr g, bee leave to announce ineir inai slock oi Spring and Summer Clothing Is larger and more attractive than ever before. Special attention Is called to their extensive assortment of Hats. The variety in their lino of STRAW HATS is wonderful, and some of the styles are entirely different lrom those seen heretofore. In the department of Gentlemen's Neck Wear they exhiblta greater variety than they have ever offered before. In addition to the above, all kinds of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods can be found. Summer Under-wear, Shirts Collars, Cuffs, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Ac. ' &c., Call at once and be suited before the stock is broken. WHITE BROTHERS. READ THIS ANNO w M. E. : Great Reduction in Summ SPECIAL BARGAINS IN SHOES. SPECIA Special bargains in SWISS and LAWN Lawns, Check Muslins, Dress Ginghams, at 7 c GREAT REDUCTION in SEERSUCKERS PARASOLS at less man cost, in anHorieu < clown *u> cost prices. Great Redaction In COLICOS. GINGUAMS and DRESS GOODS ft Persons wishing to buy goods during the i JULY ANI CAN SAVE FROM 10 TO 15 PI W. I Jnly 17, 1889. THE LOWNDES! IN NEW ELEGANTLY FITTED UP STORE stock is better than ever prepared to supply Pure Drags ai All leading Patent Medicines, Medical api Fancy goods. Faints, Oils Varnishe School Books of the kinds s Stationery o:f all kinds. Prescriptions carfully compounded at all t Intention and ability to supply all demands In 1 SPEED'S m With a LARGE and i DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, OILS, WINDOW ( PUTTY, COMB GOODS, PER The demand of this market can be supplied. Headquarters for fine CIGARS and TOBACCO ed to. Prescriptions carefully compounded at s You are respectfully Invited to call. P. B. WHITE B) A.re now Offering i STOCK OF SPRING i TO BE FOUND In the County of Abbeville. 1 ed to examine their assortment of DRESS GOO! line of SATINE8, NUNS VEILINGS and WOR CLOTHS, CHALLIES, LAWNS, Ac. Any one SUCKERS or CALICOES, can make a selection different Styles. It will be gratifying to one WHITE GOODS to see bow very pretty ant STRIPED and PLAID LAWNS in desirable sty are exquisitely beautiful. Call and see them, ai SOOK and SWISS TRIMMING8 and LACES of ment of TOWELS and TABLE LINEN8, LINE COLORED DAJ^ABK^from cents a yar< juook at Loose uajiaojv3 iuwjcjjo jux utuu will be found Bleached and Brown SHIRTINGS wldth8,8.L HOMESPUNS. LONG CLOTHS, ( ORY STRIPES, PLAIT) HOMESPUNS, Ac. Tb so large?CASSIMERES, JEANS. TWEEDS, Si different styles. Do not forget to Inquire for SI ages and sexes. A fall stock of the Justly celebi tlemen always on hand. Besides the above, HATS, CROCKERY, GLA8SWARE, HARDW deed anything you may want. Call an iffliEi? LOWNDES V] We are now in our spacious new meet the demands of the trade with the (large ever brought to Lowndesvllle, which we are de else. Among our specialties are the well know a full line ready made CLOTHING at Prices wl State. We only ask an examination to convlni embraces everything wanted in that line from i Woman's solid PEG POLKA bt 75 oents up to t in this County for the CELEBRATED FINGEI money on the market. Our Stock of MEN Largest line of NOTIONS, every brought to tl want. In GROCERIES we are headquarters fo MEAT, CORN. FLOUR, HAY, SALT, 8UGj Give us one trial and we will convince you for the money than any one else. COME TO BAKER, MATHEWS & CHA1 mmm mnniiifiw MAIM lULLillU, DUE VEST, S. C. nASSED Its fiftieth anniversary. Location 1 high and healthy, in Piedmont region, best moral and religious Influence. All neoessary Expenses 8165. Opens October 7th, send for catalogue to W. M. GRIER. July 24, 1889. * Attention Smokers. "Lo! tbeCoipeni Hero Cooes!" "Let those now Smoke who never Smoked before; And those who always Smoked now Smoke the more." Hie Stud Republic "Cigarres," at 5 cte, Ann The Grill Republic "Moi," at 21-2 cti ARE THE MARVELS OF THE AGE. Are Long HAVANA STOCK and make a Smoke equal to any Ordinary 10 cte. Cigar. P. B. SPEED Notice to UNO IB. HAVING determined to make somei changes in my business, I offer for sale j seven or eight tracts of land containing. 1800 or 2000 acres. la all. This land Is all located near Monterey'! except two tracts three or four miles from. Hodges, and will be sold In tracts to suit pur- \ chaser. My terms are one-forth CASH, bat- j ance in one, two, and three years, with inter- j est at seven per cent, secured by bond and t mortgage. Call on me at my house near Mon-1 terey, Abbeville County. a t rnrrwnrcf!AT.T?.ff J xx u > ujua11 jamvaaa4mmi July 31, 1889. 3m ; "COUNTY TEACHERS1 ASSOCIA TION ! THE TEACHERS* ASSOCIATION of AWbe- J vllle county will meet at Due West on the 21st and 22nd of AUGUST. A full programme has been prepared and the tinly thing that will be necessary to make the meeting a success is a large attendance of the teachers. The first session will begin at JjD A. M? on the 21st. Ri G. McLEESi Chair, of Executive Com, Session Open Sept. 10, 1889. FOR CATALOGUE OF WILLIAMSTONj Female College, a live, thorough, progres- j eive, prosperous, cheap, up-country school for young ladles, address Rev. S. Lander, Presi-B dent, Willlamston. S. C. Its merits widely ? known. 105 pupils last year. Moro expected.! next. July 10-1889 2mo. U IUNCEMENT OF B E L L'S er Goods to Cash Buyers. L BARGAINS IN WHITE DRESS GOODS. Embroideries. Specljfl bargains in Wbite ents former prices 10 cents. , SATEENS at a GREAT SACRAFICE. 30lors and Black Lace. FANS have been GLOVES. Several Remncnts In LAWNS, >r 10 per eent. less than COST. nonths of ) AUGUST BR CENT. BY CALLING ON 3 DFTT J, UUJUUt LE DRUG STORE. ROOM AND WITH LARGE ADDITIONS TO all customers with id Chemicals. jllances, Ac., <fcc. Splendid line of Toilet and ?s, Putty, Glass, &c. idopted by School Board, and lines. Call and see me and be assured of my the Drag line. J. B. FRANKS. eond door from cornei: Main and Bell Street. m STORE. arall Selected Stock of FAINTS, iLASS, PREPARED S, BRUSHES, FANCY FUMES, STATIONERY, &U. >. Orders by Mail or hand promptly atlendill honrs. SPEED. No. 8 "Wall St, Abbeville, S. C. ROTHERS ;tie Most Complete LND SUMMER GOODS ["he Ladles of the County are specially lnvitDS, among which will be found an elarant STED FABRICS of varloas kinds, BATISTE i wlnhing Dresses of GINGHAMS, SEERont of at least Two Hundred and Fifty desiring to purchase anything in tbe line of I very cheap these goods are this, season, les as low as 10 cents a yard. FLOUNCINGS id do not fall to look at HAMBURG, NAINmany different styles. A splendid assort!N DAMASKS from 50 cents to 91.25 a vard. 1. DOYLIES and NAPKINS at allprlces. cents. In the department of DOMESTICS I, Bleached and Brown SHEETINGS of all JAMBRICS. TICKINGS, CHEVIOTS, HICKelr stock of Goods for Men's Wear was never V.TINETS. and COTTONADES In a hundred IOES. Yon can And them at all prices for all rated ZEIGLER SHOES for Ladies and Genyon can find READY-MADE CLOTHING, AKE, SADDLERY and HARNESS, and Ind be salted. 3roth.ers. i ? MS, [LIE, S. C. TWO STORY BRICK STORE. READY TO st stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE termined to sell CHEAPER than any body n BULL. DOG JEANS PANTS 81.00 up. Also ilch cannot be duplicated anywhere In the ?you. OUR SHOE STCCK i Man's whole stock BROGAN at 81.00 and he best HAND MADE goods. We are agents I HOME MADE SHOE, the best shoe for the 'S and BOY'S HATS, fall and complete, lis town. Everything In HARDWARE you r both heavy and fancy goods. kR, COFFEE, Ac., at Lowest CASH Prices, that we will sell yoamore and better goods SEE US. EBERS, LOWNDESVIIXE. BEFORE TAKING STOCK. TXTE OFFER OUR IMMENSE LINE OF u Spring and Summer Goods -ATGREATLY SEDUCED PRICES. THIS IS A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO .SECURE BARGAINS, as we are determined to Reduce our STOCK within the NEXT THREE WEEKSWe still bave an elegant assortment to frnm onH it. will nav anv one to price our goodsT^ CALL AT ONCE. F. ROSENBERG & CO. Abbeville, s. c., July 17,1889. 6. m. H. s. The next session of the green* wood hai.X high school Will open MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1889. The school -will be Classleal, English and Mathematical?progressive, Independent atd undenominational. Preparation for College a specialty. TERMS?Reasonable. Those In scarch of a flrst-clasa school should correspond with tne .rrincipais, GILES L. WILSON, RUFUS B. WILSON, Greenwood, S. C. July 81,1889, 2m. Lumber ! Lumber !! I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH ANY aDaount and kind of Lumber, at tbo mill two males from VERDERY and eight miles South of Abbeville C. H? on short notice. Will deliver lumber on board the cars at Vordeiy. Orders solicited. Address R. H. DEVLIN, Verdery, S. C. W. L. HOOD~ Physician and Surgeon. W ILL PRACTJgt HIS PROFESSION IN the towj^' of Greenwood, S. C.. from date. April/fly gay. I ; If I . % ! / - miaw. ob. ^?Mfc. -\. '..: "* ! * i TIE SMITH MOVED GIN, FEEDER AND CONDENSER. Sullivan Hardware Co., | General Agents For Upper Sonth Carolina, and Georgia. \ A-ISTDERSOIS", s. c. . THHESE GINS POSSESS EVERY CONCEIVABLE IMPROVEMENT, AVOIDING THE | faults In older machines. The 8aws on the "SMITH" are of the best English Steel. The Frames of selected material securely bolted together with joint iron bolt*. The Brashes filled with long, solid, gray, dragged bristles. Two 8ets Brush Pulley and Belts on.all 60 Saw Gins and larger, with the loose front and Adjustable Ratchet Seed Board on these Gins you can skin the seed and never choke or break the roll. In short the SMITH are . , to-day The Best Gins, Feeders and Condensers on the Market. ; , ; We are also General Agents for the CHICAGO WAGON SCALES. ACME and other Im proved COTTON PRESSES. CHATTANOOGA CANE MTLLS and have' astonishingly low frices on STEAM ENGINES. SAW MILLS, Ac.. RUBBER and LEATHER BEIJING, ACKLNG, ENGINE FITTINGS, PUMPS. INJECTORS, Ac., Ac., always In stock. V - , , Prompt Attention to all Inquiries by Mail. SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO., ANDERSON, S. C. July 17, 1889. ' TURNIP SEEDS. WE HAVE JUST RECIVED OUR STOCK OF BUIST8 FRE8H TURNIP SEEDS, all varieties, viz: ; . :l RED TOP, (strap leaved. FLAT DUTCH, (strap leaved,) MAMMOTH PURPLE lOP ( i GLOBE. Pomeranean White Globe. White Norfolk, Large White Hanover, Long White Cow Horn, Seven Top, (the best for greens,) Early Red Top Milan, Yellow Aberdeen, Amber Globe and Improved Purple Top Yellow Rnta Bagas. :: All Fresh and Genuine and Only 25 Cents per Found at H. W. LAWSON & CO. July 17, 1889. R W HAD DON & CO. " V. <rv.. Want your trade, and if good Goods, fair dealing and Low Prices is what yon .are looking for, yon need go no further, but call at HEADQUARTERS OF FASHION For all the leading designs in MILLINERY, DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS All departments will be found replete with the latest novelties in Ladies Goods. Our stock was bought to sell, and with this end in view, we have marked all lines down to i the Lowest living Prices. If you can't visit us in person send us your orders. Special attention is ^ given to this branch of our Business and satisfaction is guaranteed. DRESSES CUT AND MADE TO ORDfiE. R. M. HADDON, & GO. iTTEwmi run miittsif illlliiVllUil tyiiuii uiimiu: WE are still offering many lines of desirable goods at greatly reduced prices, in feet, at much less than their value for CASH. In order to close out our present business, we are sacrificing our large stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Saddlery and Harness, Crockery, and Glassware, &c. We can, and will, make it decidedly to the interest of those having cash, to call on us when in need of anything in any of the above lines. A fall and complete stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries always on hand. Do yourself good by calling on us. A n A mT W. JOEL SMITH & SUN. June 12, 1889. JERVEY & CO., GREENWOOD, S. C. Large red brick stores one door from dupre's drug store, where we will be glad to see our customers and guarantee them satisfaction. We carry a loll line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Groceries. -A SPECIAL LINE OP Fine Cutlery and Glass Lamps, Good Harness and So . Leather. ?wholesalers of "I~>-~~ "FTa/v^ and ]\?eal. -ITVJLOOj VyjA AA? ^ AGENTS FOR Josh Berry Grain Cradles, best 14 Finger Cradle in the Conntry. Pays for itself in one season. JEfc* 19. liparkittaii, JERVEY &TX). ill! WHISKEY! IB! To all of My Old Friends and Acquaintances, I BEG LEAVE TO SAY THAT I AM NOW CONNECTED WITH BUTLER'S ALHAM BRA SALOON, which is perhaps the largest and best equipped Saloon m the State, He car rles a large and varied assortment of GOODS, and for the benefit of those who may be kind enough to favor me with any ORDERS, I will give the prices on a few of our standard goods, viz : TJX7T7 v?onn *Y *2.50. XXX 33.00. XXXX $3.50. X AJ I JUL VM.VVt MM CORN the very best $1.75 per gallon, including Jug. All orders ruust bo accompained by the CASH, in order to reoelve any attention at the above uauiod prices. Very Respectfully. ? M. 0. McCracken, with BUTLER'S ALHAMBRA SALOON, ANDERSON", S. C. p. s.?Persobs in ordering goods will find it cheaper and more convenient to remit Postal Notes when tlicy can procure them, than to remit by Money Order or Registered letter, as you can remit any amount up to SOS) for 3 corns, at the same time avoiding the trouble it takes to fill out a blank for a money order or get a letter registered, as all yon have to do is to tell Postmaster the amount you want, and you get it without any trouble. Respectfully, M. O. McCRACKEN, With liutier's Alhumbra Saloon.