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The State of South Carolina,
ABBEVILLE COUNTY.
Probate Court.?^Citation for Letters of Administration.
Bv J. Fuller Lyon, Esu., .Tudge Probate
Court:
"1*7 HERE AS, A. E. Norrls has made suit
TV tome, to grant hi in Letters of Administration
come teatamento annexo of the Estate
and effects of Charles Smith late ot Abbe\ ille
Ji Couuty, deceased.
Tbese are therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors of
the said Charles Smith, deceased, that they be
aod appear before me. In the Court ot Probate,
to be held at Abbeville C. H., on Tuesday
November 19th, 18SS), after publication hereof,
at 11 o'clock In the forenoon, to show cause if
auy they have, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal of theCourt.
this 4th day of November in the year of our I
Lord one thousand elxht hundred and elglityninc
and in the 114 year of American Independence.
Published on the 6th day of November,
?? T?rwnw?. and on the
itw, 1 u t>ue rrcm urn* ??
Court House door for the time required by
luw. J. Fuller LYON.
Judge Probate Court.
Master's Sale.
The State of South Carolina,
v COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE,
covar ok common pleas.
Geo. H. Walter & Co., against William G.
Smith, et al.?Foreclosure.
"DY virtue of au order of sale made in the
*-* above stated case, I will ofler for sale ai
public outcry at Abbeville C. H., S. C., ou
HALED AY IN DECEMBER, 1889, within the
legal hours of sale, the following described
property, situate to said State and County, to
wit: All that tract or parcel of laud, contain\\,
Ing
Eighty-Five Acres,
ir.ore or tees, bounded by lands of Mrs. J, E.
Blgby, J. M. Duulap. dec'd, and others.
TERMS OF SALE?One-half cash, balance
on a credit of twelve mouths, with interest
from day of sale, secured by bond of purchaser
and mortgage of the premises, with leave
to purchaser to pay all cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
J. C. KLUGH,
Nov. 8,1889. 4t Master.
Master's Sale.
rrJu) Stnto /\-P &sn/t7). flnrnlirm.
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COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Elltabeth A. E. Grant against William X.
Grant, et al.?Partition.
TJY vlrtneof an order of Rale made In the
D above stated case, I will ofler for sale at
Subllo outcry at Abbeville C. H., 8. C.,on
ALEDAY IN DECEMBER, 1889, wltbln the
legal bourn of nale, the following described
property, situate in said State and County, to
wtt: All that tract or parcel of land, contalnv
,n*
Two Hundred Acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of Lewis C.
Cllnkscales, W. F. Wright. and others.
TERMS OF SALE!?One-half cash, balance
on credit of twelve months, with Interest
from day of sale, secured by bond of the purchaser
and mortgage of the premises, wltli
leave to purchaser to pay all cash. Purchaser
to pay for papers.
J. C. KLUGH,
Not. 6,1889, 4t. Master.
Master's Sale.
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
COURT OK COMMON PLEAS.
Albert J. Cllnkscales agatpst Willis C. Prultt.
?Foreclosure.
> T)Y virtue or an oraer 01 saie muue m mc
JJ above stated case, I will oiler for sale at
public outcry at Abbeville C. H., S. C., on
HALEDAY IN DECEMBER, 1889. within tbe
legal bourBof sale, tbe following described
property, situate In said State and Countv, to
wit: All tbat tract or parcel of land containing
Three Hundred and Forty - Five
Acres,
more or lew, bounded by land* of Dr.
William M. Taggart, G. M. Hawkins, E. H.
8peer, and others,
TERMS OF SALE?On<-half cash, balance
on a credit of twelve months with interest
from day of sale, secured by bond or purchaser
and mortgage of the premises, with
len ve to purchaser to pay all cash. Purcliuser
to pay lor papers.
J. C. KLUGII,
Nov. 6.1889,<t, Muster.
Tie State if Sooth Carolina,
County of Abbeville.
COURT OF PROBATE.
James A. Partlow, Plaintiff, against E. 11.
? Perryman, M. R. Finley, et. al., Defendants
COPY SUMMONS TO PROVE WILL IX
DUE FORM.
To the Defendants E. K. Ferryman, M. R
Flniey, W. 8. Partlow, J. H. Partlow, S. E.
Porryman, John M. Purtlow, M. J. Rich
ardson, 8. T. Whitlock and F.J. McKellar.
You are hereby summoned and
required to answer the complaint in this ac
tiou, which is filed in tbe Probate Court, for
the said County, and to serve a copy of your (
answer to the said complaint on tbe subscribers
at their office at Abbeville Cou^t
House, South Carolina, on Tuesday the 31st of
December next; and if you tail to answer the '
complaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiff in this action will apply to tbe Court
for tbe relief demanded In the petition.
Dated October 29th, L8SSJ.
J. fdller lyon,
Judge Probate Court.
PARKER J: McCOWAN, '
Plaintiffs Attorneys.
To E. H. Perryraan, M. R. Flnley, W. S. Partlow,
J. H. Partlow, S. E. Perrymun, Jobu
M.Partlow and F. J. McKellar, Absent
Defendants.
Take Notice?That the summons and
petition In this action Is now on tile in this
Court. J. FULLER LYON,
Judge Probate Court.
October 19,1889, Gt.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of the
late ROBERT THORNTON, must make
Immediate payment, and all persons having
claims against the estate are requested to prevent
the same without delay, or be bnrred.
J. F. THORNTON,
Administrator.
GINS BEADY FOB BUSINESS.
O. S. WILSON & CO.
TTAVE recently fitted up a new and power
Jtl ful engine to run their GINS on the
ALSTON LOT. They have two splendid new
gins, and have arrangement lor ginning anu
packing twenty bales a day. Being practical
workmen they can serve the public faithfully
and well. Qlve them a chance at your cotRitUfaction
guaranteed.
TTON SEED.
pay the highest CASH prices for seed
e cotton which they glu.
i have cotton togin, be sure to apply to
S. WILSON & CO.
(5, 1889.
i have one or several pairs or shoes to
k at our stock. P. Rosenberg & Co.
l baskets at W. E. Bell's.
its will find It to their interest to in
pect our Rtock of boy's clothing in all size
and at all prices. P. Rosenberg & Co.
The largest line of cravats can be found at
Rosenberg & Co.
Dr. Westmoreland's Callsaya Tonic is a
Southern production of real merit and is
prescribed by tbe most eminent physicians.
Try one bottle as directed for chronic headacne
and nervousness for sale at Speed's
Drug Store.
Wolfords Sanitary Lotion will cure the
Itch. For sale only at Speed's Drug Store.
Window glass cut to 111 any uasb at Speed's
prog Store.
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raawflW'. v..mssJSSSSSB.
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Anpsta and Asheville Short Lim
Port Royal & Western Carolina R']
Commencing Monday, September 2nd, Passenge
trains will run as follows, by 75th Meridian time.
Goino Noktu. Daily, t Di i.v.
Lv Augusta 8 15 aui 4 15 pr
Ar Wood lawn 9 09 nm 5 47 pu
Ar Plum Branch 10 09 aui 7 27 pn
Ar McCorinick 10 25 am 7 55 pn
Lv McCorinick 10 40 am
Ar Willington 11 80 am
Ar Mt. Caiuiel 11 54 am.
\r Latimer 12 42 pm
ArLowndeBvIlIc 1 15 prtii
Ar Starr 2 12 pm'
Ar Anderson 2 55 pm
Lv McCoriulck 10 25 am! 8 (10 pn
Ar Greenwood 11 40 am 9 50 jm
Ar Laurens v/... 12 42 pin; 11 40 jui
Ar Greenville 2 40 pin
Ar Spur tun t>urg 2 40 pra>
Goino South. Daily. \ Daily.
Lv Spartanburg 8 50 pin:
Lv Greenville 8 25 pin; _
Lv Laurens 5 '25 pin; 8 05 au
Lv Greenwood 6 80 pin 9 20 an
Ar McCorinick 7 45 pin 10 25 Jill
Lv Anderson 0 20 an
? __ ... C HT 0,
uv otnrr I ? " ""
Lv Lowndesville j i *2
Lv Latimer ! ? }J ftr
Lv Ml. Carmel ? au
Lv Willi ngton , 9 ?> nu
Ar McConnick 10 (to an
Lv McCormick. ....T.T..T.... S 00 pm' 10 25 an
Ar Plum Branch H 15 pm 10 40 an
Ar Wnodlnwn 9 lfl P 11 36 an
Ar Augusta 10 l>5 pm 12 JO an
On afternoon through Palace Sleeper for Savanna)
Connections made at Spartanburg with B. & I)
r.nd A. k S. Railway, at Greenwood with C. A ?. By
at Anderson with Blue Rldee IJoad, at Augusta will
C.C.4A., S.O. By, P. B. & A.. C. It. It. am
Georgia B. B. for all points.
Cheap round trip tickets on sale Saturday afxei noon
stood to return Monday morning.
For further information relative to schedule, tlckcti
rates, best route, etc., write to or call upon
W. J. CBAIG,
B. W. HUNT, Act. Gen'l Pass. Aet.
T. P. Agt, Augusta, Ga.
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Good House and Lot for Sale.
A DWELLING HOUSE In the town of Ah
bevllle, containing several rooms, a good
well of wnter, nice front yard, all under fence,
Is offered for sale on terras tosulttbepurchas
er. ApDly at the I'ress and Banner office.
Master's Sale.
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
X. uaKer against ^urunue uuuiutr, ei, ui.
DY vlrture of an order or sale made In the
^ above stated case. I will offer for sale al
public outcry at Abbeville C. H., S. C., on
SALEDAY IN DECEMBER, 1SS9. within the
legal bours of sale, the following described
property, situate in said State and County, tc
wit: All that tract or parcel ol land in Lown
desvllle township containing
Eighty-Five Acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of C. T. Lati
mer, J. M. Newby and others.
TERMS OF SALE.?Cash. Purchaser tf
pay for papers.
J. C. KLUGH,
Nov. C, 1889, 4t. , Master.
Master's Sale.
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
COUHT or COMMON PLEAS.
Annie F.Giles against Hattle L. Culberson,
et. al.?Partition.
DY virtue of 8n order of sale made in the
above stated case. I will offer lor sale at
public outcry at Abbeville C. H., B. C., on
SALEDAY IN DECEMBER, 1889, within the
legal hours of 8ale, the following described
property, situate in said . tate and County, to
wit: All that tractor parcel of land contain*
One Hundred and Fifty-Three Acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands of ITeary
CreswelL T. C. Puucan, Mrs. A. H. McNeill,
Amlnett Pinson and others.
TERMS OF BALE.?One-half cash, balance
in twelve months, with interest from
day ci sale, secured by bond of purchaser
and mortgage of the premises, with leave to
purchaser to pay all cash. Purchaser to pay
for papers.
J. C. KLUGH.
Nov. 6, 1889, 4t. Master.
Master's Sale.
The State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF ARBEVILLE,
COUKT OF COMMON PLEAS.
W. R. Rlchey, a6 Administrator, drc., against
CT \l Hurl onH M W Pnnnnr
?Foreclosure.
DY virtue of an order of sale, made in the
** above stated case, I will offer for sale at
?ubllc outcry at Abbeville C. H., S. C., on
ALEDAY IN DECEMBER, 1889, that beine
tbe 2nd day of the montb, within the legal
hours of sale, the following described property,
situate in tbe County and State aforesaid,
to wit: Tract No. 1, the Mill Tract, containlug
Three Hundred and Fifty (350)
Acres.
more or less, bounded by lands of Willis Tolleson,
George .Tones, Saluda River and Public
Road. Upon this tract Is fine (louring, grlsl
mills and also
Filteen Thousand Horse Water Power,
this being known as the celebrated Ware'i
Shoals property, within a few hundred yards
of the Atlautlc. Greenville and Western Rail
way Company's road bed, and only five milei
from Barmore's Turnout on Culumbla and
Greenville Railroad.
TERMS OF SALE?Cash. Purchaser to paj
for papers.
Also. Tract No. 2, The Klnman Tract, con
talning
Two Hundred Acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of A. M. Ag
new,C. L. Smith, William H. Moore and otb
era, and lying on either side ot Turkey Creek
This tract will he divided and sold In foui
tract* of fllty acres each. Plats exhibited 01
day of sale.
Also. Tract No. 8. The Puckett Tract, con
taining
One Hundred and Seventy Acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of Mtirtir
Williams, (j. B. Norrell, W. Z. McGhee and
others.
Tracts No. 2 and 3 will be sold for one-hall
cash, balance on a credit of twelve months
with Interest from day of sale, secured by
bond of purchaser and mortgage of the prem
Ises, with leave for the purchaser to pay bh
entire bid In cash. Purchaser to pay lor pa>
pers.
Also, Tract on Lot No. 5, The 8tore House
and Lot in the Village of Cokesbury, 8. C.,
containing
One-Hair of One Acre,
more or less, bonnded by lands of G. W. Con<
nor, A. M. Aiken and others.
TERMS OF SALE?Cash, Purchaser to pay
for papers.
J. C. KLUUH,
Nov. 6, 1889 . 4t ilutter.
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'
PRICES TELL
J
r We will sell you
Cotton Bagging, Sibley Mi]
? Cotton Duck Bagging, Sibl<
Best White Flour
20 pounds Standard Soda
5 1-2 pounds Coffee
12 pounds Sugar
A Solid Brogan
i A Ladies Solid Leather Butl
! Mens' Heavy Winter Suits,
Mens' Black Worsted Suits
Saddles, Buggies, Wagons, &(
- tion. We will pay as much for
farm produce as any house in the S
: Ircr M?i ++l"i OT
Xo'wn.d.eMi
' October 2, 1889.
1
FERTILIZERS
f AND
I Cotton Seed.
* T HAVE ACCEPTED THE AGENCY OF
1 the Standard Oil Co., for the purchase or
Cotton Seed and for the sale of their celebrated
Fertilizers. I am prepared, and Intend to
pay the highest prices and to sell at the low
est prices. Will give good bargains in exchanging
Fertilizers for seed.
J. F. Miller.
Sept 11,1889.
Notice.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
^flrra of Barmore, Dunn & Co., of DonaldsvllleS.
C.. are earnestly requested to come
forward and settle the same at an early date.
Th? Estate of W. E. Barmore demands a
aa.Mnmunt r\f nil nntpfl find flCCOUntS. Tlie
business must be closed.
Agnews & Mattison,
W. R. Dunn,
Surviving Partners.
October 9th. 1889.
Notice.
ALIj PERSONS having claims against the!
estate of John Gaulden deceased musL
present them duly approved within thirty
days, or they will be barred payment, and ail
persons indebted to the estate must make
payment within thirty days.
C. W. GAULDEN,
Executor,
[ IDA G. DAVIS,
Executrix.
uct. sum, ibsw.
THE ABBEVILLE
Oil Mill Co.,
Have their ginneries in operation
and are prepared to gin nil cotton
> which may be brought to them with the
- shortest dispatch.
> They are also in the market for the pur'
chuse of cotton seed paying for the same the
I highest cash price at the ginneries and thu6
saving to the farmers the trouble of handling
their seed.
Their charge for ginning for the present, Is
30 cts. per Hundred Founds,
belne considerably less thnh the prevailing
charges heretofore. No charge for weighing
? seed.
Sept. 11, 1889.
is r ill.
1 LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
i\ late firm of Wardlaw& Edwards by note
i or account must come forward and settle
. same
1 on or before November 15th,
1389.
After that day f Jl iites and accounts not
arranged will be i ut .1 suit.
J. G. Edwards,
Survivor of Wardlaw & Edwards.
Sept 17,1889
CASH FOR
Cotton Seed.
T WILL PAY THE HIGHEST CASH
1 price for all cotton seed delivered to me.
No charge will be made for weighing seed.
Apply at the depot.
C. V. Hammond.
_8ept. ll, 1889.
WM. H. PARKER W. C. McGOWANPARKER
& McGOWAN
ATTORNEYS AND SOLICITORS,
ABBEVILLE, C. H., S. C.
WILL practice also In the Circuit Courts 01
the United States for South Carolina.
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
Lumber! Lumber!!
I 1 AM PREPARED TO FURNISH ANY
) 1 amount and kind of Lnmber, at the mill
two miles from VERDERY and elgnt miles
s Mouth of A bevllle C. H., on short notice.
I Will deliver lumber on board the cars at
Verdery. Orders solicited. Address
r R. H. DEVLIN,
Verdery, S. C.
i DR. E, L, WILSON, ~
r *$.Offlce up stairs over R. W. Cannons store
> AUg. -b, I8J3U.
drTjTgTthomson,
Dental surgeon.
Office up-8talrH, Mcllwalne corner.
, Feb. 2o, 1889. tf
1PERRIN & COTHRAN,
.Attorneys at Law,
i ABBEVILLE, S. C.
piano for sale.
A splendid piano almost good as
new for sale very cheap. Apply to
p. rosen be rg & co.
Sept. lit, 1889.
Farmers nttenHon! We want you to Inspect
our Immense etock of leans aud other
pantsgoods. P. Rosenberg & Co.
"the story.'
- !
[Is 12 l-2c.
jy Mills 12c,
$5.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
80c.
toil Shoe $1.00
worth $5.00 $3.00
$10.00 $7.50
5., all at Prices that Defy CompetiCotton,
Cotton Seed and all other
tate.
xrc! fo. fltiflmtwe!
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Fllle, 19. O.
An Enigma.
Once in a while, a little foolishness I
Our most learned people appreciate.
If of "A Parable" you've had enough
Suppose you try an enigma,
It was pulled quite ereen before 'twas tough,
And of course is only a pigmy.
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eelearesienesteayepeeleayeendeefayeeneeygea
roseerieesdearygeoodeesayeendeenoteloenesp
eelayeenteayeteioenesupepeelieesayeespees ei
ayeelteygelveeteheemayescayeelelwheen lent
eowen.
Now, if a consonant you do not spell,
Nor a vowel you do not sound,
Then read this space and you can tell
For In It the answer Is found.
Yours Truly, ,
A. J. SPROLES, '
With F. F. DUNBAR & CO., dealers In Sta- '
pie and Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods and No- ^
tlons, Plantation Supplies a Specialty. Give *
them a call when in town. ?
Greenwood, S, C., Oct. 9,1889. 0
Will Meet on Sale Days, J
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, the Board of \
County Commissioners will meet on
Sale Days. J. W. LJTES, t
April 10,1889. Chairman. *
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In accordance witii the act *
to raise supplies for the fiscal year com- i
mencing November 1st, 1K88, notice is 1
hereby given that the Treasurer's office
of Abbeville County will be open for the ?
collection of taxes l
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15,1889.'
Taxes can be paid until December 15th
without penalty. After that date 15 per cent,
will be added.
The rate per centum of taxes is as follows
: j
State purposes 5} mills. ]
County Current 2i ' 1
County Special 1 "
Schools 2 "
Total 11 "
Poll tax 91.00.
iuuiu uiuzeu* uuiweeii iweiuy-uuts anu t
fifty years of age are liable to Poll tax.
In order to further the collection of
taxes I have arranged the following
schedule of appointment'* and request
the tax payers to take due notice thereof,
as the office at the Court House will
necessarily be closed on those days :
Verdery, Tuesday, November 5th.
Bradley, Wednasday, November Utb. t
Troy, Thursday, November 7th.
McCormick, Friday, November 8th.
Bordeaux, Saturday, November nth.
Willington, Monday morning, November
11th.
Lowndesville, Monday afternoon, No- j
vember 11th, and Tuosday, November 1
12th. J
Latimer, Wednesday, November 13th. 1
Hester, Thursday, November 14th.
Mt. Carmel, Friday morning, Novein- jj
ber loth. 1
Abbeville Court House, Saturday, No- ,
vember 16th. 1
Ninety Six, Monday, November 18th,
after arrival of down train and until up
train next day.
Greenwood, Tuesday afternoon, November
19th, and Wednesday morning ?
November 20th. j
Coronaca, Wednesday afternoon, No- j
vember 20th.
J lodges, Thursday, rsovemDer zisi
until 3 o'clock p. ra.
Donalds, Friday, November 22nd.
Due West, Saturday, November 23rd.
The remainder of the time I will be in r
the office at the Court House.
AH information as to taxes will be [
cheerfully given by mail or otherwise. J
J. w. perrin, '
County Treasurer.
September 25, 1889, 2m.
__________ 11
Attention Smokers.
"Lo! lie ConperiDg Hero Comes!" t
"Let those now Smoke who never Smoked ,
before;
And those who always Smoked now Smoke
the more."
The Stud Republic "Cigirroi," it 5 cti. j
AND j
The bid Republic "Buffos." at 21-2 cti >
AIIE THE MARVELS OF THE AGE. r
Are Long HAVANA STOCK nnd make a x
Smoke equul to any Ordinary 10 ets. Cigar. t
P. B. SPEED
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Lumber For Sale. 3
'PlIE UNDERSIGNED HAS A FINE LOT r
1 of lumber of all kinds for wile. Will de- t
liver It at Abbeville, S. C., If desired. i,
S. G. THOMSON. r
May 2?, 18SU {
t
Wanted.
A SALESMAN WHO HAS HORSE AND
boggy. Good puy lo the right man.
Write lor particulars to
V. A. AUSTIN & Co., J
Columbia, S. c.
Sept. 11,18S0.
Dr. F. E. Harrison
OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERvlcen
to the public. Ofllce over the
Racket Store, Mcllwalu Corner. Jan. 30, '8tf.
At Prime Cost.
The Following Goods
will be Sold at
First Cost.
Suspenders,
Hosiery,
Fans,
Undershirts,
Overshirts,
Handkerchiefs,
n i
uiovea,
Drawers,
Neckties,
A.T
E. A. TEMPLETON S.
11 widih,
CONGAREE
IRON WORKS,
Coumbia. S. C.
Agent for
CHAPMAN'S
PERPETUAL EVAPORATOR
11HESE WORKS 'WEEK E8TABLL8AE1) in
1847 by Messrs. Oeo. Sinolair and James Anlersonand
purchased by me In the year I860, and
rom that time till now carried on snccessfuily by
nyself. My friends and customers will bear witness
f the large and stupendous Jobs executed by me. It
?as at my works where the largest and almost only
ob of its class ever executed in this eity was done
ihe making of the does for the City Water
Vorks in the year 18&8.
My stock of patterns for ARCHITECTURAL
V011K, COLUMNS for Store fronts, is large and
arionts, and in RAILINGS for Balconies, Gardens,
nd Cemeteries I have the largest variety and most
lodern patterns: many of these are patented and
ave purchased tbe right for this State.
In the machine line I can furnish my patrons wit*
TEAM ENGINES and BOILERS ol any size anil
escrlption, My CIECULAR SAW MILLS have
arrlea off the prize at every State Fair held in this
ity, and in their construction I have taken pains to
omblne simplicity with tbe most useful modern Ira
rovements.and may flatter to yselftbat my CIBCU
,AK SAW MILLS flud favor o-ith every sawyer who
nderstands his business.
The manv orders I am steadLy receiving for BIJ
1AB CANfe MILLS prove that the public appreciate
he mills of my make, and so It is with my GEARNG
for HORSE POWERS. GIN WHEELS. GBIST
JILLS and other MACHINERY.
I have tbe manufacturing rUrhtsof many PATJNTS
such as castings for COTTON AND HAY
?RESSES. HAWLEY CORN 8HELLER and three
irfour FEED CUTTERS and other implements.
I will be pleased to send uiy circulars to any appllant,
together with price list or estimate. My prices
re moderate, and I assure the public that they are
owereven than those of Northern manufacturers, and
hat my work will compare favorably with that of any
ther maker. Address
mm ? mm m
Joan Alexander,
Congaree Iron Works, Columbia, 8. C.
FOR RENT.
r OFFER FOR RENT FROM OCTOBER
1st, next, my dwelling bouse and lot, confining
four acres, lialf mile from Court
House on Moseley Ferry Road. For terms
ipply to
T. P. COTHRAN.
Hept. 4,1889. tf.
THE EIGHMIE
PERFECT FITTING SHIRT.
II/E have received a fresh stock of the well
W known "Elghmle Shirts," which we are
telling at the old popular prices. These shirts
ire undoubtedly the very best value for the
noney and far superior to any other make in
It. To those who have worn them a simple
tnnouncement of the fact that they can ge
nam oiniln Ik sufficient. To others we sav try
,iiem once and you will wnnt no other kind."
W. JOEL SMITH & SON.
jept. 4,1880.
"WHITE BROTHERS
Having made a success hereto- 1
ore of the trade In Fine Ready-Made clotbng,
beg leave to announce tbelr that stock of
Spring and Summer Clothing
8 larger and more attractive than ever be- i
ore. Special attention is called to their ex- ,
enslve assortment of Hats. The variety In
heir line of STRAW HATS Is wonderful,
ind some of the styles are entirely different
rora those seen heretofore.
In the department of Gentlemen's Neck
.Vear they exhibit a greater variety than they
lave ever offered before.
In addition to the above, all kinds of
Gentlemen's Furnishing
Goods :
an be found. Summer Under-wear, Shirts 1
ri?%#ra UabIoi-u ?TnIr/irnhIpfu Art*
tC.,
Call at once and be suited before the stock
s broken.
WHITE BROTHERS^
Terra Cotta Wells.
rHE undersigned Is not disposed to brag on .
his new mode of water supply, but It Is J
troven beyond the shadow of a doubt tbat
lis wells are the best and more durable than .
iny other kind. He boasts of not having .
ost n slnele one In seven years, while two- j
hlrds of his work Is for parties having lost j
heir dug wells.
Address, ,
C. M. CALHOUN, ,
Greenwood, S. C. (
They are frog proof and superior to one dug,
md are bound to supersede all others.
Joel 8. Bally, Greenwood, 8. C. ]
Greenwood Cotton and Oil Mills, i
Col. Klnard, Ninety-Six, 8. C. ,
ltev. Pressly, Due west, S. C.
Jones Miller, / bbeville, 8. C. <
I have sunk nine-tenths of the wells In my j
>wn In seven years. (
Vugt. 12,188D. I
_ 1
Sheriff's Sale.
fulla A. Martin against Ina H. Martin.?Ex
ecutlon.
DY virtue of an execution to me directed, In
u the above stated case, I will sell to the
Ugliest blddei, at public auction, with the le;al
hours of sale, at Abbeville Court House, "
>n MONDAY, tho 2nd day of DECEMBKR A.
). 188'J, the following described property, lo
vlt: All that tractor parcel or land, couulning
Eight Hundred Acre?, 1
nore or less, situate In Abbeville County
;outh Carolina, bounded t?.v lands of John Ev
ins, \V. L. Prince, S. S. Martin and others i
Uso the MILL TIIACT, containing ']
Three Hundred and Fifty Acre*,
nore or less, and bounded by lands of Mrs. E.
i. Robertson. Wlnestock place and others, ,
mown as the John Campbell Martin lands. s
.evled on and to bo solil as the property of ,
11a H. Martin, to satisfy the aforesaid execuIon
and costs. TERMS?Cash. f
\V. D MANN. H
Sheriff Ahbevllle County.
Nov. 11,1K89, 3t
Honey to Loan
ON IMPROVED FARMS.
For further information apply to
JOHN B. PALMER A SON, 1
Room 7, Central National Rank Building,
1\ O. Box '.NX. Columbia. S. 0.
Oct. :iOi 3iu. u
THE LQWNDESVIl
IN NEW ELEGANTLY KITTED UP KTORF
Htock is bettor than ever pri*|mrfd to Mipplj
Pure Drugs ai
Ail Sending I'.Uent Medicines, Medlcul ftp
Funry good*.
. Paints, Oils Varnish
School Bocks of the kind?
Stationery of all kinds.
Prescriptions carfully compounded at all
Intention and ublllty to supply all demands in
S
SPEED'S HI
With a LARG-E and
DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
PATENT MEDICINES,
OILS, WINDOW
PUTTY, COM]
GOODS, PEI
The demand of this market can be supplied.
Headquarters for fine CIGARS and TOBA.CC
ed to. Prescriptions carefully compounded at
You are respectfully Invited to call.
P. B.
NEW AND PR1
Stylist
A. ffl. HIL
HAVE on hand a Larg
CARTS, which they are Selli
A. M. HIL
XT ft 4-i Attnl Dnnl
iioiuuuai nam
Abbeivi
Capital,
Surplus, Offl.4
J. ALLEN SMITH, President.
BENJ. S. BAR*
GEO. W. WILLIAMS, Charleston, S. <
L. W. WHITE, Abbeville, S. C.,
JNO. G. EDWARDS, Abbeville, S. C
J. ALLEN SMIT1
DOES a General Banking business, provide
Depositors. Is ready at any and all limes
as our County affordu.
A. III. HIL
Atobevi]
Knowing that the good ori
ensure a large business
inar t/hft "FATX Months, exne<
the Desirable and Attractive
in a First-Class Fancy Store
offer to Purchasers at the Lc
almost anything in the line
had at their Store, they w
most choice varieties of Ci
anges, Cabbages, Potatoes, On
Rice, Flonr, Bacon, Molasses,
ill! IIS
To all of My Old Frit
I BEG LEAVE TO SAY THAT I AM NOT
BRA SALOON, which Is perhaps the largest
ries a large and varied assortment of GOODS,
enough to favor me with any ORDERS* I wl
goods, viz:
KYIS, 2L $'^.UU, AA $Z.0U,
CORN the very b<
Including Jug. All orders must be accompaln*
Lion at the above nauaed prices. Ver;
M, 0.
with BDTLE
an:
P. S.?PersoliB In ordering goods will fine
Lai Notes when they can procure them, than tc
you can remit any amount up to S4.99 for 3 ceni
lo till out a blank for a money order or get a le
Postmaster the amount you want, and you get
^Master's Sale,
rhe State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
F. W. Wngener & Co. against W.\V. Mars et al.
r> Y virtue of an order of sale made in the
above stated case. I will offer lor sale at
public outcry at Abbeville C. II., K. C, on
JALEDAY IN DECEMBER. 188!), within the
legal hours of sale, the following described
property, situate In SHld State and County, to
tvlt: One-fourth undivided Interest in all
that tractor parcel of laud, known as the
Jovln Tract, containing
Oue Hundred and Sixty Acres,
more or less, hounded by lands of \V. I). Mars,
the late D. M. Rogers, James Taggart and
jthers.
TERMS OF SALE?One-half cash, balance
in a credit of twelve months, with interest
from day of sale, secured by bond ol purihaser
and mortgage of the premises, with
eave to purchaser to pay all cash. Purchaser
.0 pay for papers.
J. C. KLUGH, Master.
Nov. C, 18S9, tf
? r n a n r A 1TTV
SALtt ur lijdiiu
AND
Personal Property
[WILL fell nt Due West, S. L\. on Thursday
the 12th of December next. tlio following
lescrlbed real estate to wit: The homestead
FIFTY-THREE ACHES,
noreor less, of \V. M. Alewine, deceased.
I'lie Mill Tract on Hogskln creek,
FOUR ACRES.
nore or less, Including (-Srlst Mill, Saw^llll,
md twenty horse power Engine In good
unnlnc order.
TERMS?One-half cash, tlio balance on n
iredlt of one year with Interest from day of
ale. To be secured by bond of purchaser and
l inorteaee of the property.
I will sell at the same Mine and place the i
lersonal property ol said deceased for cash.
M. S. ALEWINE,
Executrix.
Anderson Intelligencer copy, and send hill
o Executor at Due West.
Nov. 20th. 1889.
I,atlles wishing to buy goods can llnd ft bet
nr assortment, of goods at W. E. Hell's than '
, places much larger than Abbeville. '
^ORl^OR^I
iROOM AND WITH LARGE ADDITIONS
t all customers with
ad Chemicals. *"
pllnnces, <tc., &c. Splendid Hue of Toilet and V
es, Putty, Glass, &c. 1
adopted by School Board, and )
times. Call and see me and be assured of my
the Drug line.
J. B. FRANKS.
econd door from corner Main and IiellStreet ; ?>*';
m STOKE.
well Selected Stock 01
I PAINTS,
GLASS, PREPARED
3S. BRUSHES. FANCY
IFUMES. STATIONERY, &C.
0. Orders by Alallor hand promptly attend* &
all hours.
SPEED.
No. 8 Wall St, Abbeville, 8. C.
ETTY BUGGIES.
l Carts.
,L & SONS
;e Stock of BUGGIES and ^
ag at the Lowest Cash Prices. Li
tSb SONS. ;
i of Abbeville,
lie, S. C.
- - ^75,OOU 3
- - - - 6,000
: ?* rat s
L. W. WHITE, Vice-President*
fWELL, Cashier.
U'-Jl
CtOJPW s
J. N. YOUNG, Dae West, S. C.,
K. HI, HADDON, Abbeyille, S. C.t
., W. C. McGOWAN, Abbeville, 8. CM
3, Abbeville, S. C.
s tbeijreatcKtRecurlfyand convenience for Its
1 to make lounu bused opon such safe collaterals
Sept 11, 1888. lyr
L & SONS,
Lie, S. O.
ops in Abbeville County will
for Abbeville village dur
ct to fill their Store with all
goods that are usually found
and which they expect to \
iwest Living Prices. While /
i of Fancy Groceries may be
ill make a specialty of the
indies, Crackers, Apples, Or- M
ions, Mackeral, Sugar, Coffee,
Tobacco and Cigars.
if! Hi!
;nds and Acquaintances,
V CONNECTED WITH BUTLER'S ALHAM
anil best equipped Saloon id the Slate. He car
and for the benefit of those who may be kind
11 give the prices on a law or our sianaara
' : '
XXX $3.0Q, XXXX $3.50.
est $1.75 per gallon,
=d by the CASH, in order to receive any atteny
Respectfully.
McCracken,
R'S ALHAMBEA SALOON,
DERSON, S. O.
i it cheaper and more convenient to remit Pos
> remit by Money Order or Registered letter, as
ts, at the same time a voiding the trouble it takes
tier registered, as all yon have to do is to tell
it without any trouble. Respectfully,
m. o. Mccracken,
'With Butler's Alhambra Saloon.
- I
The State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OK ABBEVILLE,
PROBATE COURT.
In the matter of the Estate of A. B. Wardlaw,
Deceased, W. C. McGowaa, AdminIstratorand
Petitioner.?Petition for Settlement
and Discharge.
WC. McGOWAX, as Administrator of
the estate of A. B. WARD LAW, deceased,
having filed his petition In this Court,
praying for seitlement and Discharge:
IT IS ORDERED, That Friday the 20tli day
of December next, be fixed for settling said
I estate and granting a discharge as prayed for. " "
J. FULLER LYON,
J udgo Probate Court.
[ Nov. 20, 15W0.
Sheriff's Sale.
A. .1. Clinkscalcsagainst HUllard Williams
and George Adams. ? Warrant to slezo
Crop Tor Rent.
BY virtue of a Warrant to me directed, Id.
the above slated case, I will sell to thehighest
bidder, at Public Auction, within thelegal
nours of sale, at Abbeville Court Houseon
Tuesday, the 3rd day ot December, A. D.,
lssu, the following described property, to wit:
Four Dales ot Cotton, One Hundred
nud Ten Bushels of Cotton Seed,
more or less, levied on and to be sold as the
property of Hlllinrd Williams and George
Adams, to satisfy the aforesaid Warrant and
costs.
TERMS?Cash. W. D. MANN,
rtlienu auucviiii; vuuui^.
Nov. 18, 18S8.
BRIDGE AT YOUNG'S MILL
T WILL uk at yol'nc's MILL, TWO
+ miles from I^owtidesvlllc, od Rocky River,
ill 11 a. in., on Wednesday the 4th day oC
hecember, lvW. for the purposo of letting a
contract to build n now bridge at that place.
S|iceitlciit:oiiH made known at that time.
JNO. E. BROWNLEE,
Co. Com. A
Nov. 201 !i, 2t.
Mule Colts Wanted.
AI'l'lv to I). II. howard, at home,.
near White Hall, who will pay the hlgli;st
price in cash. Nov. -0
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