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The Habit of Obcdicnce. The luibit of obedience is the first one the child forms. Is it too much to say that it is the most important h:il>it of its whole lite? If the baby has a wise ami an intelligent mother, it eats, sleeps, wakes, takes the air, ami pelforms all the functions of life by rule. The mother is the voice of CJod to lier child, and in so far as she succeeds in haviug her child hear her voice and obey it she deserves to be the voice oi God to her child. Beginning thus in the very earliest stages of infancy to train the eh'ld in habits of implicit obedience, there is no hard afterwork to be done. The child's will bent in the direction of the mother's will never needs to be broken. Contests may i * , i : 11 arise as me years goon, out mey ?m have but one termii^ition, submission to the mother's will. They should have but this one termination. As the child grows, the mother teaches it to lieed the internal voice, which is hi the heart of "every man that cometh into the world." The son of a Quaker lady came to her one day, asking advice as to whal he should do in a difficult situation. "What does the voice within thee say?" said the mother; "follow that voice, it will not lead thee wrong.'' That voice may deal only in negatives, as did the demon of .Socrates, but il carefully heeded it never leads astray. If the training of a child has been neglected in this respect, the best way we know of to bring it into right relations to obedience is to secure the child's attention, and then issue the word of command but once. Do not repeat it, but look steadfastly at the child until he obeys. We knew a lady years ago who used to practice her children in obedience without their knowledge, simply to keep them up to the ideal standard. When they were engaged in occupt tions particularly ?uiignuui 10 mem she would call theui to her and send them on errands, which having performed they were permitted to return to their occupations again. This discipline was, of course, only occasionally exercised, but it answered a most admirable purpose. A happier family of children than these were we have not seen. God promises in His word to guide us with His eye. The mother who has right conceptions of her duty to her children, and right methods of performing them, will not only "guide them with her eye" during childhood and youth, but through the perils of young womanhood and young manhood until they are settled in all ways of right living. 4 The best way to live is to cast away troubles and contentions, which cannot be cured by fretting. Injustice to the requirements of the present you should not look back and make yourself wretched over things that cannot be undone. Those who lubor for Christ should be men and women of discretion, so that those who do not under stand the doctrines may respect them, and regard them as without fanaticism, as persons who fear and love their Heavenly Father. They should in brief, live up to their profession. 11111111111 Of South Carolina, ? 1!* Ui'hA fUH? SANITARIUM TREATMENT FOU THOSK SUFFERING FROM THE LIQUOR, OPIUM AND COCAINE HABITS AND NERVE EXHAUSTION, IJV TilK USE OF THE DOUBLE CHLORIDE OF GOLD Remedies OF Lsslie I Keeley, M. H, LL. I, Aud late Surgeon of the United States Army. The Kcely Treatment lias received the endorsement of the ii States Strcraat, And will now be used in all of their State and Military homes for disabled volunteer Soldiers and Sailors. TUe only place in this State where THE KEELEY CURE Cnn ho obtained is at Kceley Institute o' South Carolina, at Columbia. We have 110 Asylum ! No behind stone walls or iron bars ! The Iveely System does not require it. Patients go to boarding houses or hotels, and report at the Institute lour times dally for treatment. To effect a cure for the Liquor Habit requires from three to four weeks. For (ipiuin, four to tive weeks?and in this time the Keeley Remedies will do more for a Liquor or Opium habit than can bedouebyall others in years. We will give him or her a cure. A cure that, will come to them without aid or effort on their part, without suffering or nervous shock. Over lilty-six thousand have been curod at the parent and branch institutions to February 1st, lSHJ, iu addition to thousands of ladies and Invalids who have been privately cured by our physicians. , We do not abruptly stop the use of liquor,' but until the patients cease its use of their own volition, which is in from three to tive I days, they are given all they require. The troiitmont lint Olilv slonsall thirst for lirnmr but eliminates the alcohol lrom the system and entirely eradicates the disease; the patient returning home with health, energy, courage and self-respect. Many well known men have been cured?physicians, ministers, statesmen, lawyers, planters, the millionaire and the mechanic?all have left the institutes to make life happier and to prove the demonstrated fact that alcoholism, like insanity, U a diseased condition of the nervous system, and as .such is amendable to Successful Treatment: -HV Til K ? Keeley Methods. Full particulars given those writing us Address The Keeley Institute, Columbia. S. C. CI-IAXMKRS' Furniture Store! New Furniture for this Week, 120 New Hard Wood Beds. 15 New Chamber Suits in r<anriscHpe ami Clievel styles. Chef Jolliers. 1?' Fancy Tables. I - New Bureaus. 4 New Sideboards. 4 dozen Dining ('hairs. " .II i .ill IriiiiU !ir Ill-ice* from 4<> cents to $:! each. Hair Mattresses, Wool Mattresses, Sluick and Straw, with cotton top. Tiie above floods will be sold at the Lowest Cash Prices. Our stock is the uiasi ii he tin, chimb' mr stork. wi? mm IX A CXAAIV ^ ^ Tf MWU& vuAujjcwij Means that for a present reduction of about 20 per cent, of your premium, you relinquish si 11 claims on the profits to be mndoonyoiir money, and tlitis help to enrich the stockholders. In the Mutual Life Insurance Company, OF NEW YORK, There are no Stockholders] and the insured uct nil the profits, if an agent ol a stock company tries to belittle our profits, write us for TIIK'PROOF, and we will furnish it. Thousands of the best people in south Carolina know that we never make a siaiemeiil wiiii.fi v? r. .-> i i ?u. ... J>o not let an agent of another walled "cheap" company "twist" your MUTUAL policy. An insurance contract is not a thins: of nday or a year. It is a life time investment, and you ought to be careful how you make such an investment. Cheap insurance is like a cheap plow or cotion gin. It may work fairly well for a VERY little WHILE. And then Well, some of you tried It in the past. You know how it is yourself. Gernand & Hyatt, GHNKRA f, AGEXTS, Columbia, - - S. C. Capt. CEO. H. LAKE, special representative for Abbeville county. July (>, 1S!?2, 7t NEW MILLINERY. NEW Dress Goods. Novelties in Riles, Sills, Laces ani Tramp, Arriving Almost Daily. WE will continue to show all the leading designs in SPUING HATS as they come out during the season. New Dress Goods, suitable for Summer wear, coming in every week at Haddon's April 20.1892. RICHMOND & DANVILLE RAILROAD COLUMBIA AND GREENYII,LK DIVISION. j Condeiibwd schedule in effect iMay 15,1M2. BETWEEN COLUMBIA. SENECA AND WAL 1IALLA. Dully. No. 11. STATIONS. Daily. No. 12 11 "Jiknn Lv..C<iluml>ia.Ar (i 0.j[un 12 (C>|itn Lv... Alhtoii.. Ar 5 I'ljim 1 uojuii Lv..N<-.vln'rry..Ar 4 15 pm 2 25|mi Lv.Niiiety-Six.Ar 3 (lllpm 2 "idpiu Lv.Givi'Dwuod Ar 2 ."itl|>in :> 10pm Lv... Ilniliffs... Ar 2 2!i|iin 3 2"j>m Lv...Donalds ...Ar 2 II pin :> :lSpm Lv.lloncaPatli.Ar 1 .V?jiin 1 :>r)pin Lv.,Anderson..At 1 15 in .") lKpm Lv..l,endleton..Ar 12 l> twpin Ar..Senena. .Lv 12 Kipin T 2> I pi ii Lv.. Seneca. ..Ar II o5aln S IKlpm Ar. Wallialla. Lv 11 loam 2npm Ar..(ire<'nville..Lv 12 OOii'ii, BETWEEN ANDEBSON, BELTON AND wuj-.> 11,1.1.. Daily. Daily. Dally. Daily. NoJO N<?. 12. STATIONS. No. 11. No. 9. 1 I.i|nri Lv.. Amlcismi ..Ar 4 35|>tn S or>|>m 10 30|im r> H'li.tii Ar..(irufiivill?'.I.T la IMlu'n 0 lOjun BETWEEN CoLC Mill A, ALSTON AND SPAKTANlllTUU. Daily No. l.?. STATIONS. Daily No. 14. 11 20am Lv..Coiiiinl>in...Ar 6 0.%|tm 12 10[>iii I.v.... Alston ...Ar A lOpin 2 00|>iu I.v l'ii|oii....Ar 8 4<i}iin :t iiOpm ArS|>artanlturuLv '2 20|mii 1SKTWEKN NKWBKIiKV. CLINTON AND I.ACLKNS. K\. Sun. No. 1.1. STATIONS. Kx. Sun. No. 1C. II 20:iiii Lv..('i>liinil>ia...Ar (! 0">|>in I 2.'i|iiii Lv..Ncwln'rry,.Ai- 12 }T>|im r> ITj.iai Ar 10 .Vkiiii ti :;ojnn Lv.. Lamnin...Ai 10 l.'iani 1JKTWKKN lloDOHS AND AI.I5KVILLK. Daily. Dai I v. No. 11. STATIONS. No. "12 Mix.il. Mixt-il. .? 4.ri|>ni Lv...iloilst-M \r 2 20(itn 4 l).r>[nii Lv Darraiiuli's Ar 2 i.ojun 4 SOjuii Ar..AWicvilli*. Lv 1 4">|nii Trains |euvn Spurtaiilnir::. S. A. .v O; Division Northbound, 3..M a. in., 4,."i0 p. mi., 7.01 p. hi. (Vi-stiI.uU-il LiiniUMl); Southlx iiml, a. in., 4.2s p. m,. II.4:!a. in. (Vestibuled Limited); Westbound. \V. N. C. Division. 3.10 and 7.10 p. in., lor llendersonville. Asheville, llot Springs ami Knoxvillc. Tirins leave Greenville. >. C., A. ,v C. Division. Northbound 2.14 a. m.. 2.11 |>. in., C.0? |i. in. (Vesti hilled Limited); Southbound,H.10 i>. m.,.r>.!ir> p.m.. 12.:i<i p. in. (Vestibuled Limited). Trains leave Swum, S. C., A. .v C. Division. NortliIxiiiikI, 1.17 a. hi., 12.10 p. in., Southbound. 7.I>Sa. ni., 7.17 p. ni. l'l'I.I.MAN CAH SEliVICK. Pullman l'alaee Sleeping Car on Trains In. II and 12,37 Jtud IN on A. .* C. Division. Pullman 1'arlor Cars tin Trains Nos. l;; ami 11, between Columbia and Spartanburg. J. A. DODSOS, \V. A. 'IT UK, Superintendent, Ass't Gen'l Pww. Agt., Columbia, S. C. Charlotte. N. C. W. H. GliKKN, JAS. L. TAYLOk, Gen'l Mvr.. Geli'l I'ass. A^ent. Atlanta, c.n. Atlanta, tin. SOL HAAS, Tiatlie Mai.tu'er, Atlanta, 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 i?l per month. Itnsors honed and put in I in- best condition for 2.1 cents each. DENTAL NOTICE. Dr. S. G. Thomson, OFFICE l*F-SV\IKS ON McILWAlN Corner, Abbeville. S. C. rt ...j. _r !1M ever om ui 01uu& WI-: KKKP ALWAYS ON IIAN1) A number of horses and mules for sale. We have now several excellent work animals which we will sell cheap. A. B. Hamlin, Agent. Lumber and Shingles 'po STPl'LY EVKltY UKMAND. THEY E will he sold low. Kn<)niie of me lor prices .s. (i. THOMSON. OR. E, L. WILSON, fiB-Oillce up stairs over C. P. Hammond A Uo.'k store. ATiTJ^SIAJST - AND - Terra Cotta Wells. 4 T GREAT EXPENSE I AM NOW J'KEf\ pared to sink wells through clay, quick sand ami rock to any desired depths, Curbing the clay down to rock with heavy Artesian Wrought Iron Pipe, by no other means is it possible to get down to the water bearing strata except with a Drill Machine, I would lie glad lor parties falling to get water on account of rock or quick sand to communicate with inc. 1 expect to continue sinking the Terra Cotta Wells where desired, and claim I that in ten year's experience I have sunk more and given more general satisfaction than any man in the .State. I am no squatter, here to-day probably in Texas next week; consequently my guarantee is of some etlect. Address. c. M. CALHOUN, March 2,1892. Greenwood, S. C. THE Farmers' Bank -OKABBEVILLE, S. C., Does General Banking Business. Buys and sells Exchange and makes Collec Hons. DEPOSITS SOLICIT K I). Paid up Capital $50,760 Siihscribod Capital 75.000 A .Savings Department lias been established. Amounts received of $1.00 and upwards. Interesl at 1 per cent. payable <juarterly,?January, April. July, October, rsmall savings Increase rapidly. Wm. IV. Parker, J. T. Robertson, President. Vice-Pr*s. Julius II. I>ul>r<*, Cashier. March 5, 1892?l"m ALL SORTS OF mill niMC MATPRIAI UUILUII1U IViri l bliinui ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS DRESSED s UNDRESSED LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, And other BUILDING MATERIAL solicited. I HAVE WAGONS And can deliver any goods ordered from me, and will contract to BUILD HOUSES. * tn mi s. M. xnomson. Abbeville, April 15, lSfc.\ 12m. The State of South Carolina, COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE. I'KOIIATH TO CUT. In the mailer of the Eslate of M. A. Davis, Deceased. l'etilion for Settlement and Discharge. I F. HODGES, as Executor for said estate ?J, having applied for settlement ami discharge, It is ordered, that Monday tlto 2-"?th day of July next be ilxed for urantins tlie relief prayed for. J. FULLER LYON, June 1 M?2, tf Judge Probate Court. School Claims! a.. It'ciiom C laims uau:u priui iu mu mm. November (1S?I) will be paid by the County Treasurer on presentation. E. Cowan. April 21st. School Com.. A. C. H. D. Reese, WATCH REPAIRER, Abbeville, S. C., IS ALWAYS ready to serve the public In liis lino of business, and solicits a share of the work in his line. He will keep a varied stoek of the best and cheapest spectacles and eye-glasses, together with silver plated ware andjewelry. mm inn | UJU II 111 1* IlJiiJl V 1JKJ.L lJUi K/ I The best Sewing Machine in existence on the most FAVORABLE TERMS, I I will take any kind of saleable produce and cuttle nt rush prices in payment of machines, or will sell on the Installment plan. W ,T IITeGee. I Riley, S. t\, March 2!?, isiii'. KTE"W Fancy Grocery. 6. H. MOORE HAS opened u New Fancy and Green Grocery Store in Cothran's liioclc. lie deals in everything found in a Fancyi Family Grocery Store, where you can purchase the nicest CANNED GOODS, consist-1 ing of - . ?? _ . j _ I Canned Fruits, Vegetables, Jieais, f w H , together with KKESH PRUNES. APPLES, Arc., and oilier delicacies. The substantial I are BACON, BREAKFAST STRIPS, | MEAL, IRISH POTATOES, and CABBAGE. FLOUR, MOLASSES, IIAMS, V Cigars of (lie Best Brands. V Fresh I'ish ami Oysters, Pnrlt Sausage aucl Ili?- eholeeHt Heel a apt-chilly. For the Lowest MARKET PRICES on the latest improved Fruit Jars for Preserving Cw!l on or write to D, 0. DuPRE, Greenwood, S, 0. A lartfe line of HAKE HALL GOODS. HAMMOCKS, DUMB BELLS and INDIAN CLUBS, just received at D. C. Dt PHE'S. (Tin v. rvl nnJ fl+inlrrr 7?1tt T)flT\nn iMpim m Diiiiij rij rap Catches Flies every time. Call and get some at D. C. DuPre's. June S, 1S!>2,2m R. M. BROOKS' OSCILLATING CHUM IS AHEAD OF ALL. Will bring butter quicker than any other. A child three years old can churn as well as an adult. Price85. Satisfaction guaranteed. Try one. Call on or apply to It. M. BROOKS, Abbeville C'. H., S. C. Victor sweeps. The best in the world. All sizes. Smith A Sons. JUST RI another c FIRE PR The Best in the Fire Test. XT 1X7" TAT JLJL. YV . JUil 1 Glenn I MINERAL I)KAR Rik?Having been a sufferer for the that I hud to take calomel every two or thr< gave up in despair of ever being cured ot this ommended to me by a friend of Norfolk, Va., \ me of several others who had tried It. and are ordered of vour agents at Norfolk, Va., a cas much benefit from'Its use I ordered a second liver trouble that I have ever used, notwlth Lithla Waters. Very respwtfu K. H. ? FOR Sj D. C. DuPRE, ( PAUL SIMP Great Slai IF YOU WAN: Ill's IS to buy. There you ^ dreamed of. We ask our cardinal points. A. ? I > 4 K A. J j I rv a s I IS o I T IS i: rr T A We will have in a b ers soon, suitable for 1: J. R. Mi Leading Furr Lumber ! I AM PREPARED TO FILL ORDERS for J all kinds of Lumber. Shw mill located on land of J. 0. KLUGH. J, F. BRADLEY, Manager. March 2,1S92, tf Medium copy. J. M. VISANSKA, JEWELER, Greenwood, - - S. C. A COMPLETE LINE OF Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Spectacles, &c. Everything warranted to give entire satisfaction. Repairing done In u skilful manner and warranted. Prices lower than ever. GO TO VISANSKA, the Jeweler. June 1,1892, tf The Abbeville Land, Loan and Improvement Company, IiN Willi V/Uii) in iftNl mi v?j Secretary of State J. CJ. Marshall directed to the undersigned Hoard of Corporators o the ABBEVILLE LANI), LOAN AND IM PHOVEMENT COMPAN YNotiee Is hereby given that the books o; subscription of snld company will be open al 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. Abbeville. S.C.. Feb. 5 1801. ICEIVED ar load of OOF OIL. World. 175 degrees VSON & CO. Springs ttt i mnn i WAiM! Baltimore:, Md., March 21, 1892. past three or four years, and to such an exten >e weeks to start my liver to acting. I almos trouble. Your Glenn Springs water was rec vho had tried it for liver trouble, and who tol< now well, or entirely cured of liver trouble. ! e of Glenn Springs Water. I experienced s< I case. I consider it the best mineral water fo: standing I have tried Bull'alo Lithia and Bea: lly. LVETiL, of S. M. Lyell & Co.. Baltimore. Md. &.LE BY jfreenwood, S. C. SON, Shipper. jghter ? n Prices! f FURNITURE, 11 PLACE rill find bargains nevei yon to keep in mind ss i> 4 > f> S5 r i: ? it A I Ii: it i? < > w .10 T i 'H * K H >eautiful line of Rockbridal gifts. inter, Jr., liture Dealer. 1 11 " * I I ' ! IB . H Elgin, Waltham and Non-magnetic Watches I in Gold, Silver or Nickle Cases. .1 LOWEST PRICKS. LARGEST STOCK I FIXE WATCH WORK AND REPAIRING. B TO SELECT FROM. I ALL WORK WARRANTED 12 MONTHS. The Only Engraver in this Section..? R. B. HBlNTlVEiMAlV. I SPEED'S DRUG STORE. ] With a LARE and well Selected Stock of r DRUGS, CHEMICALS, 1 PATENT MEDICINES, FAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLASS*, PREPARED ' PUTTY, COMBS, BRUSHES, FANCY GOODS, PERFUMES, STATIONERY, &C. The demand of this market can be supplied. Headquarters for fine CIGARS and TOHACCO. Orders by Mail or hand promptly attended to. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours. You are respectfully invited to call. . P. B. SPEED. El.Weton&O Will keep on hand Everything usually kept in a General Merchandise Stock and will be glad to serve Customers at all times. They ; are receiving now an attractive stock. Gro A-iid See Them> ? ? - 1 "W^. Notice to M Buyers. TTTHXTE 1st. 'M From this date until the close of the month I will offer unheard of V Bargains in Hats, Dry Goods & Shoes. White Straw Hats at 10c. worth 25c. White Hats at 15c. worth 30c. All trimly metl Hats reduced in price. If you need a Summer Hat we <-an sell it to you for one-half what you would have paid for It the tlrst of the season. All leading New York houses are offering them ut half price, and we will sell hi the same way. it [ 1,000 yards Colored Challies at 2 l-2c. worth 5 and 6 l-4c. r White Embroidered Flouncings at half price. Black Embroidered Flouncings at half price. White Plaid Batiste at half price. "$j Wo a full linfi nf Pfirr.nlfts. Mulls and Lawns that will be ( sold cheap. Shoes and Slippers at reduced prices for the cash, ' If you know of any one coming to Court, and yon wish to buy a cheap lot of goods send me your order. I need the money and have the goods for sale. I can sav?you money on anything you wish to buy. Just think you can get 10 Yards of Nice Lawn for 25c. 1 Yours Respectfully, WM. E. BELL. ] National Bank of Abbeville, Abbeville, S. O. Oar>ital. $>75,000 Surplus, 1-4,000 OfXLe<^jrw s J. ALLEN SMITH, President. L. W. WHITE, Vice-I'reside BENJ. S. BARNWELL, Cashier. j Dixrectors: [ , GEO. W. WILLIAMS, Charleston, S. C., J. C. KLUGII, Abbeville, S. ., / 1 L. W. WHITE, Abbeville, S. C., K. M, HADDON, Abbeyille, S. e., JNO. Ci. EDWARDS, Abbeville, S. C., W. C. Mc(iOWAN, Abbeville, S/c. I J. ALLEN SMITH, Abbeville, S. C. DOES a General Banking business, provides the greatest Recurity and convenience for Its Depositors. Is ready at any and aJl times to make loans based upon such safe collatera as our county afl'ords. Sept. 11. 1888. lyr ? H ? SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, &c. . I buy Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings by the Car Load and can sell them as Cheap as they are sold anywhere. Come and see me or write for prices. B. K. BEACHAM, Agent. GREENWOOD FOONDBY AND MACHINE WOBKS, KKI'AllC AND DKAL IN AI.L KINDS OF " ? " 1 1 jyiaciimery ana ouppnes, AGENT FOR RUSSELL ENGINES, THRESHERS AND SAW MILLS GKT MY 1*HICES HEFOKE Ul'YIXG. Bridge Bolts, all Sizes and Lengths, Made to order at PRICES to suit the times. Now is the time to have your Engines and Machinery Repaired, Don't wait until you nerd It and be behind time. S. F. STEPHENS, Aprn 27, isb. Greenwood, S. C.