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BY HUGH WILSON ABBEVILLE, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1891. VOLUME XXXVI. NO.il
Sold by W. Joel Smith & Sons
National Assured Brilfflu, Loan
ani Consul Association.
SAVANNAH, GA.
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
President, P. W. Meldrlm.
Vice President, W. R. Thlgpen.
Sec'y and Manager, C. P. Miller.
General Attorney, G. H. Miller.
Treasurer, A. R. Fawcett.
Director of Agencies, V. Breverd.
The Acme of all Building and Loan
Associations.
Combined with one of the Largest
Life Insurance Companies in the
United States.
Plain-Simplicity Itself. Investigate
for Yourself*
To Investors?Shareholders in Class B have '
' liberal withdrawal option.
Paid up stock carries 6 per cent, cash dividend,
with participation in profits.
Shareholders in Assured classes obtain for
tbelr families tbe full maturity value of tbeir
slock in case of death.
To Borrowers?Interest at 6 pei per cent.
"HAflnltP Anntrflr?f fnr S 4 .r? fi 7. fi. Qnr 1ft rAnru
Fire Insurance protection. In Assured class
Concellatiou of Mortgage in case of Death.
Prospectus explaining fully these liberal
Jeatures mailed free to any address.
Endorsed by businessmen and R. G. Dun
<fc Co., of Savannah, Ga.
Wanted?A few good agents.
M. M. MATTISON, G. A.
Donalds, S. C.
Sept. 23, 1891 _
The Abbeville Land, Loan and
Improvement Company.
JN ACCORDANCE with Commission of
Secretary of State J". Q. Marshall directed
to the undersigned Board of Corporators o
the ABBEVILLE LAND, LOAN AND IM
PROVEMENT COMPANY?
Notice is hereby given that the books of
subscription of said company will be open at
the office of J. ALLEN SMITH, President, on
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6th Inst., at the
Abbeville National Bank.
J. ALLEN SMITH.
W. C. McGOWAN,
P. ROSENBERG,
AUG. W. SMITH,
E. A. TEMPLETON,
R. M. HADDON,
T. P. COTHRAN.
Board of Corporators, i
Abbeville. S. C., Feb. 5 1891.
i
DENTAL NOTICE.
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Dr. S. G. Thomson, i
OFFICE UP-STAIRS ON McILWAIN 1
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Fine Horse for Sale.
I OFFER MY FINE HORSE DON, FOR
Sale. Sngle-foot a in lie in three minutes,
works anywhere lie is hitched, gentle and
kind.
I. L. PORTER.
Nov. 26,1891.
IE OF LAl!
BY virtue of the power contained in a
certain mortgage given by Mary E.
Brown to W. S. Monteith, dated January
30, 1888 and recorded in the office of Registrar
of Mesne Conveyance for Abbeville
County, South Carolina, on 4th day of
February, 1888, in Vol. E, page 92, which
said mortgage was duly assigned by said
W. S. Monteith to E. M. Brayton, I will
sell at public outcry at the Court House
in Abbeville county on
FIRST MONDAY
?IN?
JANUARY, 1892,
between the legal hours of sale, the following
tract of land described in said
mortgage of Mary E. Brown to W. S.
Montieth, viz : All that piece, parcel or
tract of laud lying and being in the county
of Abbeville, State of Carolina containing.
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une i-i una rea ana inirty-Five
acres,
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bounded by the lands of J. E. Calhoun,
M. J. McCelvev, C. A. White and others, j
TERMS of Sale?One-third Cash, bal- <
ance in one and two years with interest
at seven per cent, per annum with the <
privilege of paying all cash. Purchaser 5
to pay for all papers.
E. M. BRAYTON, j
Assignee of Mortgagee.
Dec. 11,1891, 3t. ]
PALACE I
FURNITURE STORE.
I
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LOCATED NEXT TO DUCKET'S
NEW YORK STORE.
We have just examined the very
large and complete stock of elegant
Furniture and Sewing Ma- '
chines at the above named store. "
The Proprietors, Messrs, MILLER *
& HARBER, are always present ^
ind will take pleasure in showing
their goods to the public. Persona
TTT10V1 in <t +rv Vvtitt o?TT+V>in n> ill
JVUU VI XUUXU^ UV/ UUJ CtJLLjr UULLUg 111 J
their line will do well to 'examine "
their stock before purchasing
elsewhere.
A full line of Sewing Machine
Attachments and Oil always on
hand.
Greenwood, S, C.
Oct. 7.1891.3m.
KTE'W
Fancy firoceiy.
G. H. MOORE
HAS opened a New Fancy and Green Grocery
Store In Cothran's Block. <
He deals in everything found In a Fancy
Family Grocery Store, where you can pur- i
chase the nicest CANNED GOODS, consisting
of
Canned Fruits, Vegetables, Meats,*
together with FRESH PRUNES, APPLES, I
&c., and other delicacies. The substantial
are
BACON, BREAKFAST STRIPS,
MEAL, IRISH POTATOES,
and CABBAGE.
FLOUR, MOLASSES, HAMS;
V Cigars of th#Best Brands. V
Fresh Fish and Oysters, Pork Sausage and
the choicest Beef a specialty.
Dec. 1891. tf
RICHARD GANTT, la now prepared to d
all work in his department In the bes
manner and at reasonable charges. Monthl
customers shaving, hair cutting and sham
poolng 81 per montn. Rasors honed and pu
in the best condition for 25 cents each.
Goods to Arrive This Week
A. M. Hill & Sons.
ANOTHER lot of those fine Mackerel 1
barrels aDd kits.
Pickled Pigs Feet.
Fresh Cabbage twice a week.
Choice Hams and Breakfast Strips.
A beautiful Hue of French and Plain Candies.
A large assortment of tea-cakes, fresh and
nice.
Northern Apples and Bananas.
Sept. 16,1891. tf.
Notice of Stockholders Meeting.
NOTICE Is hereby given that a meeting of
tbe stockholders of the Ninety-Six Manufacturing
Company is called to meet at the
otlice of the said company at Ninety-Six,
South Carolina, on Tuesday, the fourth (4th)
uay 01 jHiiuarv, ior me purpose of authorizing
the President and Directors of the
said company to mortgage Its property to secure
the notes and other debt* of the said
company.
G. M. ANDERSON.
President Ninety-Six Manufacturing Co.
Ninety-Six, S. C., Dec. 1,1891.
No use in looking elsewhere for your overcoats.
We have them to suit you In style and
quality and price. P. Rosenberg Jc Co.
'
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Tc
"WHERE 1
To the best advantage and where
you could desire.
In Our
We show a splendid assortme
Men's: Jas. Means celebrate
Kangaroo Calf bals. Waulkenp]
Process, calf and grain lace and 1
We Have the Be*
REA
That we have ever shown am
equalled, A splendid stock of ]
the World,
REMEMBER %
We offer the most select line of NOB]
Hats and Caps in great variety for Men and iSoj
UNDER SHIRTS, DRAWEES, OR.
Staple Notions, Dry Goods. Grocories, Hai
Whip and all. We have Just received a c
With best wishes for your prosperity and i
GREENWOOD FOUNDRY
ESTABLISHED 1889.
21obe and ADgle Valves incl
Price each 40cta
Jheck Valves
Price each
Steam Wbistles size of Bell 2 Incl
Price each 82"85
?team Gauges, each ?4 50
?op Safety Valves, 6lze... 1
Price each S5 00
VIetropolltlan Injectors one lever only
Horse-Power, each 6
Price each $10 00
SCancock Inspirators No. 7l<
Price each S10 00
3emp Paoking, per pound , 40cts
Soap Stone Packing, per pound 25cts
lubber Sheet Packing, per pound 50cts
I Ply Rubber Hose 15cts
Sound Iron per pound..-. 2%cts
O XT' CirnTTTD
to* X'. ui ui
July 15, 1891, 12mo.
Baker, Mathew
Ol' 'Wj :** ?*!
?=?DEALE
GENERAL MERCHANDIi
Heavy Groceries ai
Are Offered at C
HATS, CLOTHIN
A.t prices to suit the ti
jet prices and be eonvi
Baker, Mathews
May 17,1891. tf I
For Sale By XT. Sim
SBAYDON A GRAYDON, E. 8. F. GILES,
Abbeville,B.C. Greenwood, S. C.
ErRAYSOM GRAYDON & GILES!
\\TE have formed a partnership for the prac ^
v* tlce of law In all its branches, undei the ,
firm name of GRAYDON & GRAYDON &
SILES. All business entrusted to any of the
Qrm will receive prompt attention.
ELLIS G. GRAYDON,
WM. N. GRAYDON,
E. 8. F. GILES.
March 12,1890,tf
Tk-n T T> UDTTT
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physician and druggist, - vekdeky, s. c
DEALER Id Pure Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals.
Paints, Stationery, fine Perfumery
and Toilet Articles, Fancy Goods, &c.
Prescriptions accurately prepared at all
hours. [Dec. 31,1890,12m i
THE
Farmers' Bank
-OFABBEVILLE,
S. C.,
Does General Banking Business.
Buys and sells Exchange and makes Collec
LIUlia*
DEPOSITS SOLICITED.
Paid np Capital )$5Q,760
Subscribed Capital 75,000
Win. H. Parker, J. T. Robertson,
President. Vice-Pkes.
JiiIIun H. DaPre, Cashier.
March 5. 1890-12m
DENTAL PARLORS.
DK. T. J. CEYMES,
Dentist.:?
GRADUATE, PENH. DENTAL SURGERY,
IS permanently located at Greenwood, and
oflers his professional services to Greenwood
aud surrounding country.
4^Work done after the most improved |
n d Modern methods.
49-Ofllce over Bank of Greenwood."?*
JaneS, 1801.
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WE
Remind the G-ood
r'TTRV H ATVT
it will be the most appreciated
Boot and
int of Men's, Women and Childrei
d $3, $3.50. $4 and $2,50 Farm
iast bals. Cork Sole bals. S
3utton. Children and Infants J
3t Assortment and Lar
DY-MADI
i at very low prices. Childrei
Fancy Cassimere Suits, Crokscrev
Taller Made Sample department, with a hands
'atterns. Fit and satisfaction guaranteed, mi
3Y STIFF HATS ever brought to Abbe
fcVATS, OVER SHIRTSi DRESS SE
dware, Umbrellas, to Suit any and everybody,
ar load ol the well known and popular "MILB
extending a hearty invitation to all, we are the
w. joe:
& MACHINE WORKS.
GKEENWOOD, S. C,
i%lncb|Htnch %in. 1 In. l^ln. VA\n. 2 In.
Socts WOcts SOcts 81 10 SI 70 82 36 83 55
85cts 55ct8 70ct6 05cts 81 40
i 2Uln 3 inch
I 83 90 84 80
l!41n
87 00
8 10 12 16 20 25 30
811 00 811 00 ?12 00 815 00 815 00 821 00 821 OC
{'No. 10 No.l2V?
812 00 817 00
or 20ct8 per yard.
or 25cts per 8 yards.
or 25cts per square foot.
per foot
'HENS, Proprietor.
s & Chambers,
?ville, H.
RS IN??
5E AND FERTILIZERS.
ad Farm Supplies
Hose Prices, and
GAND SHOES
mes. Call and see us,
inced.
& Chambers,
a rn _ rw /-n
jownaesvme, o. vj.
?i, Greenwood, S. C.
Never out of Stock
rTTE KEEP ALWAYS ON HAN1> A
W number of horses and muleB for pale.
iVe have now several excellent work animals
vhicb we will sell cheap.
A.. B. Hamlin, Agent.
Vlay 19,1891. tf ?
H. D. Reese,
WATCH EEPAIEER,
At>t>eville, S. C.,
IS ALWAYS ready to serve the public in
his line of business, and solicits a share
of the work in his line.
He will keep a varied stock of the best nnd
cheapest spectacles and eye-glasses, together
with silver plated ware and Jewelry.
Nov. 191890.
E. F. GILLIAUD,
TAILOE,
OVER THE POST - OFFICE. IS PREpared
to do all work In his line. CUTTING,
MAKING. REPAIRING,and CLEANING
of GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING, a
specialty.
SAMPLES of SUITS always on hand.
Charges Reasonable. June 16,1691. 12mos.
LWlin Setter Pips for Sale.
SIRE AND DAM registered in A. K. C
Stud Book.
G. L. CONNOR.
Aug. 12,1801, tf Cokesbury, S. C.
drTeT l wilsonT
*8-Offlce up stairs over C. P. Hammond &
Co.'s store. Aug. 23, 1889.
SCHOOL NOTICE.
All persons having business
with the School Commissioner, will
find him In his office, all public days and
every Saturday in each month nearest the
middle of the month, during the present year
for the purpose of registering claims, <tc.
E. COWAN, School CommmlBBioner,
Abbeville County.
Feb. 4,1891 tf. *
, 'i lyfs ""V ''*** ''* *<& -''"t ' " ' '
People of Abbeville
riTTm niTTTTn
rux ?
In oor capacious store room
Shoe Depj
q's good, We would call spec
ers Shoes and Quarter Eagle Boocotch
Edge bals, Ladies Kid b
Shoes all kinds and Prices.
gest Stock of
? CLOTI
i Hnit.H fpnm $1 nn. Onr st.rw
7 and Clay Worsteds. For evi
ome Fashion Plate from which to select the st
ikes this department J ust the thing when you
ivllle. A look will convince you of this. i
IETS, COLLABS, Cuffs, Hosiery, Glcr
Don't forget that we are the people to flx yi
URN WAGONS." A good line of Carts, Bag
old reliable bouse of
L SMITH 6
I HAVE JUST
?.RECEIVED THELARGEST
4 CHEAPEST
STOCK OF
AND
Al
CARPETS
Ever?brouglit to Greenwood, S. 0.
Please call and examine before
purchasing elsewhere.
F.M. ALLEN,
GREENWOOD, S, C.
Between J. T. Simmon's and bank
of Greenwood. Oct. 7, '91. 3m
mortgageis sale.
W. L. Anderson et. al. against W. L. Ander
son, Jr.?Foreclosure.
By virtue of authority given me
In a mortgage dated January 2d, 1SS8, J will
sell at Ninety-Six on DECEMBER 30tb, 1891,
the following described- property, situate In
the town of Ninety-Six, Abbeville county,
State of South Carolina, to wit: All that
tract or lot of land on which the said W. L.
Anderson, Jr., now resides, containing
Two (2) Acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands of G. M.
Anderson, J. C. Griffin, and others.
TERMS-Cash.
W. L. ANDERSON,
JL/CU* Vf lOi71? Ob iuvi bgugwbi
To Rent.
ON" REASONABLE TERMS, a desirable
farm, on G. <fe C. R. R., three miles above
Hodges, contalnlng'JOO acres. Good dwelling
and barn, 12 acres bottoms, and a fine cotton
plantation. Apply to
J. L. WHITE.
Dec. 9,1891,3t Verdery, S. C.
NOTICE.
ALL persons to whom JAMES KING, now
deceased, was Indebted, will please present
their accounts to the undersigned, duly
proved. Those persons whom he owed can
get their money by presenting their claims to
me at once. JOHN KING.
Dec. 9,1891, t(
Lumber and Shingles
TO SUPPLY EVERY DEMAND. THEY
will be sold low. Enquire of me for
prices. S. G. THOMSON.
Dec. 9,1891, tf
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AM. HILL & SONS HAVE 500 CORDS
, of Oak and Pine Wood, which they offer
for sale. Orders left at store will be promptly
filled.
A. M. HILL & SONS.
Dec. 9,1S91, tf
FOR SALE.
I OFFER for sale my HOUSE and LOT In
which I now live, containing seven rooms
and other convenience, also good out buildlugs.
Terms to suit purchaser. Apply to
W. G. CHAPMAN.
Dec. 9,1891. 4t Abbeville C. H., S. C.
WE CA RRY A FULL LINE
Stoves, Tin Ware,
HARDWARE,
FURNITURE & COFFINS.
Call and see us and get our Prices.
Covin & Morrah,
Mt, Carmel, S, 0
June ,1891. 6m.
County
& MONEY
s you will find almost everything
artment
ial attention to the following ii
ts. Satin .Oil balsand Congress
utton and Lace. Ladies Frenci
*
IINO
jk of Overcoats can't be excelled oi
Bry day Pants the Bnll- beats
yles and a beautiful line of samples to chooe<
want a nice suit or single guarment.
VI so fall stock of Soft Felt, Crash and Wool
70s, Handkerchiefs, JEWEEY, Etc.
du up with a nice Baggy, Harness, Lap Robe
gy and Carriages always In stock.
z SONS.
COTTON SEED WANTED.
I WILL be in the market flrom this date,
and will pay the HIGHEST cash price for
cotton seed, representing the Charlotte Oil
and Fertilizer Company. Headquarters at
the old depot.
E J. ROPER.
Sept. 9,1891, tf
J. S. COTHRAN. L. W. PERRIN.
?T. P. COTHRAN.?
COTHRAN, PERRIN &C0THBAN
Attorneys at Law.
Abbeville, S. C.
April 929, 1891, tf.
it C, WILSON & CO,
Having bought the ginnery oi
G. S. Wilson & Co., located on the lol
opposite the Episcopal church, will ran th(
same daring the ginning season.
Ginning, 25 Cents per Hundred
Founds of Lint.
Bagging and Ties famished at the market
price. The machinery is in first class condition,
and the best of work will be done, and
the firm hopes to merit and receive a share o;
the publlo patronage.
The hlghep market price will be paid li
cash lor cotton seed.
Wagons kept for hire to such customers at
need the services of a team.
We will ran a grist mill in connection wltt
the ginnery, and will be glad to grind oorr
for customers any day in the week.
R. 0. WILSON & CO.
August 12,1891, tf
BURIAL ROBES.
J. W. Sign, Undertaker,
HAS Just received a full line of Burial Robes
for ladles and gentlemen, ranging In
price from 83 up.
They are handsome,convenient and exceedingly
low priced, being less than half the ordinary
price of a dress or a suit of clothes.
Sept. 9,1S91, flm
Tie Cotton State Telepl School.
DUE WEST, S. C.
WELL EQUIPPED WITH ALL MODERN
appliances. Rates reasonable.
Thorough instruction guaranteed or money
refunded.
Catalogue free on application. Address
T. E. POLHILL, Principal,
Sept. 16, 1891 Due West, 8. C.
Terra Cotta Wells.
THE undersigned Is not disposed to brag on
his new mode of water supply, but It is
proven beyond the shadow of a doubt that
his wells are the best and more durable than
any other kind. He boasts of not having
lostaslneleoneln seven years, while twothirds
of his work is for parties having lost
their dug wells.
Address,
C. M. CALHOUN,
Greenwood, S. C.
They are frog proof and superior to one dug,
and are bound to supersede all others.
Joel S. Baily, Greenwood, S. C.
Greenwood Cotton and Oil Mills,
Cal. Klnard, Ninety-Six, S. C.
Rev. Pres8ly, Due West, S. C.
Jones Miller, Abbeville, S. C.
I have sunk nine-tenths of the wells in my
town in seven years.
Aug.
Insure in the Old
Manhattan Life Insurance Co,,
OF NEW YOBK. INCORPORATED IN 1850.
The new survivorships dividend policy ol
the Manhattan Life Insurance Company, ie
incontestable, non-forfeitable, payable at
sight, and free from all technicalities.
COFIELD & MILLER, Qen'l Agts.
Spartanburg, S. C.
Nov. 11,1891, tf.
Notice to Debtors.
ALL persons indebted to the firm of AUG,
\V\ SMITH A CO.. for MULES, will take
notice that their Notes are now due. and thai
prompt payment must be made on them.
AUG. W. SMITH,
Nov. 4, 1991 tf.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS I
WE MEAN THIS.
FRIENDS and all other persons are hereby
warned not to trespass on the Norwoood
estate, known as the McDuffie and Young
places; and also, on the plantation of Mrs,
Sarah M. Calhoun, In Magnolia township
We do not like to refuse frlends.and they will
please not ask permission to hunt. Unless
the destruction of the game Is stopped, w?
will soon have none to hunt.
JOHN H. NORWOOD,
HENRY H. NORWOOD,
Agents of the Norwood Estate.
WM. PATRICK CALHOUN,
Lessee of Mrs. Sarah M.Calhoun's place.
Nov. U, 1881, tf
. I
wrvM- Y,Ji^ y--I*-1 V"1,^'nyy
ALL SORTS OP fj
BUILDING MATERIAL,
ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS
DEB 1ill? i
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, '
r And other BUILDING MATERIAL solicited. 1
'I HAVE WAGONS
And can deliver any goods ordered from me. y
and will contract to
, BUILD HOUSES. .1
;S. G. Thomson.
Abbeville, April 15, 1891, 12m.
I, J. CHIPLEY & BRO,
;
REPAIRERS OF
' Guns,Pistols, Locks, &c
> Also keep on hand a fall line of
C^TTKTS.
WOBK GUARANTEED* '
GREEWOOD, a a 'M
WANTED.
1000 TONS OF COTTOH . SEED. ^
Must have them by'first of Jan nary. For
which will pay highest market prioe In cash,
or exchange meal and hnlis for same, special
prices for large lots. Be sore and see me bo- ."-"S
fore selling;. - .;->rai
J. F. MILLER, ' -s&M
Representing Standard Oil Go.
IF YOD ARE GOING WEST
AND WANT LOW RATES
To Arkansas
Texas, Missouri, Colorado, Oregon and Callfornla,
or any point WEST or NORTHWEST ssi
IT WILL PAT TOT ^j
To write to me. FRED.
D. BUSH. :iM
D. P. A., L. <fc N. H. K
2 Wall 8t., Atlanta, Qa. ggH
Oct. 28,1891. 6m. , ^
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GUANOI
?MANUFACTURED BY? ' ; 'Jffl8
The Wilcox & Gibbs Gaano Co; |
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
tjffcud ^e-e-rv ^
^T-vC j;'H
C&tfpn, J
. i^tkt ffctdb '.%
TTT A "VTTTTTI - TWO SHARES of 1
W iliN 1 XhL) Stock, on the Instalment
plan In tbe Farmer's Bank. StAte low*
est price, and address "Bayer," care of the ' -Press
and Banner, Abbeville, S. C.
Nov. 18,1881. tf ?;
GINS, GINS, GINS!
PRATT and AUGUSTA BEST |
SO cheap as to astonish yoa. come ana
see two car loads, also
CANE MILLS, EVAPORATORS,
ENGINES, BOILERS, SAW
and GRIST MILL. v j
GEO. B. LOMBARD & CO.
Foundry, Machine,Boiler and Gins works
Augusta, Ga. Oct. 7,1891,. 8m . ^
CITY BANK, !
n c? r*
vjreen w uuu, w.
CAPITAL - - $60,000.
Deposits Solicited. *
CA.REFUL and prompt attention given to
collections. Look boxes for rent.
i D, A. P. Jordan, President.
J. C.Maxwell, M.D., Vice-ftee.
G, A. Barksdale, Cashier.
i J. F, Davis, Assistant Cashier.
Oct. 7,1801. 3m' . >"$?3
R. H. HENDERSON,
Attorney at Law.
I Grreenwoods S. C.
OFFICE over Lee & Bailey's store. Prompt ' <
attention given to collections.
April 15,1891. 12m* . ,:J^|
..fee?
ENTERPRISE GUM,
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
THE McMillian Ginnery is now in full ?
operation, and all cotton brought to tbla *a
i Ginnery will be promptly ginned and packed. i
i Persons from the country may come with5
out previous arrangements and feel sure of >;
prompt attention. The capacity of the Gin- ,:j
nery is full and ample.
FRANCIS HENRY,
Manager. JH
Oct. 3,1891. 3m ?

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