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BY HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE. S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER o, 1892. ESTABLISHED 1844
Our "\R
Always on
Novelty Br
hi m
$7,500 Worth (
In this department we look down
smile that our prices and quality of Sli
Ladies Fine iiutton Shoes Die. paii
Ladies Common Sense Don go I a ?1.
Our Ladies (). K. $2 French I)ong<
cry pair guaranteed.
Krippendorf, Dittmau & Co.'s L
equal for fit, etc.
MEN'S SJ
Fine Dress Shoes SI per pair. (
cheap at SI.50.
Whole stock Brogans. Every pair
per pair, worth Si.25.
Oil Tan Creed moo re Ties $1.25. (J<
fThiM ran'e an A Mi s
V-/111JLU.X UJ~L O U/XXU. xixik
This stock is complete bepinnin^ ii
Our line of Home-made Shoes is ik
We are the acknowledged SHOE L
and defy comjietitiou far or near on Slu
DOMES']
25 yards good 25 inch Piaids for Si.
25 yards good Shirting for $1.
4-4 Shirting 5 cents j?er yar<>.
4-4 Fruit Loom Bleaching 8J cents.
All parties indebted to us, either
REMEMBER
TTifi A
. Is selling 45 lb. 1
l-2c. Flour from #
Bacon 8 1-2 to 8 3-4c
of m\Y GOODS, CLO
picking np bargains <
save you money. C
advance you money o
Russian Winter Oats.
CI A T TT t
x1 vyi i V Li .
\r7 ILL not I.P ICILLKI> IN COLD WEATH- j
If er. 1'laul early in llie fall.
Aug. 10. 18SK2. tf THUS. P. THOMSON. :
Lumber and Shingles
1^0 SUPPLY EVERY UK MAND. THEY J
will be sold low. Ent)Ui>* of me for
prices. s. ?. THOMSON*. I
nxrE"W
Fancy' Grocery.;
G. H. MOORE
HAS opened a New Fmiey and Greet) Grocery
Store in Colli run'* ISIock.
He deals In everything found In a Fancy
Family Grocery Store, where yon can purchaw
tbe nicest CANNED GOODS, Consisting
of
Canned Fruits YegHallcs, Moats,
jf m mic ,
together with FRKSH PKL'NEH, APPLES,
Ac., and other delicacies. The substantial*
are
BACON, BREAKFAST STRIPS,
M-RAL. IRISH POTATOES.
and CABBAGE.
FLOUR, MOLASSES, HAMS,
V Cigars of the Best Brands, v
Fresh Fish and Oysters, Pork Sausage and
the choicest Beef a specialty.
LAWSON'S GINNERY,
ALSTON HOUSE LOT,
ABBKVILI.K, S. C. '
riiHK GINNERY on this lot. formerly theG.
| S. and R. Wilson Ginnery, has hecn
thoroughly overhauled, and put in excellent
repair. , ,
These gins are in position, and the ginnery
will be put In operation in the course of a few
<iavs.
? . ?4 1-tic rvlti If von vennf
Urine your n>n">u ? w..= H...,..
pond work. quick work, cheap work, and polite
attention.
H. W. LAWSON.
Sept. 7.1K9-2. 3tn
All children's shoes reduced in price. \V
E. Bell.
Just received. Hoys knee pants. All sizes
up to 14 years. P. Rosenberg & Co.
Bovs knee pant* from 4 yenru to 14 years
")0c. 75c a nd SI. P. Rosenberg & Co.
The bl<r hoy and the little hoy can get a fit
in knee pants at p. Rosenberg & Co.
A big lot of boys knee pants. P. Rosenberg
A Co.
The verdict of the county Is that Heath <fc
Co. sell Ihe best flour for the least money In
t""vr>. Yau can get any grade from per barrel
a.).
I inter
the Watch, "v
ess Goods tc
mm m
rf SHOES.
, i 2i!
upon competition anu j,<(
oes cannot be touched.
, worth $1.50. ^
2o pair, worth $1.75.
ila has no eoual. Ev- j
Ci
adics Shoes have no
HOES a
Competitors call them
guaranteed at 87 cents RAt
jotl value at $1.7.3. j
;ses Shoes. !
i price at 2-r)C on up. i A!
)\v complete. j A!
KADEKS of the town
["ics. ! No'
Pi
F<
T\
I Se
by note or account for fertilizers
WE ARE
LLIAI
Vrrow Ties new at $1.]
(2.75 per Barrel up.
Our Grocery and ]
THING, SHOES, IIATS
laily enables us to sell
Kir town is supplied av
m it.
The State of South Carolioa,
County of Abbeville.
COURT OF PROBATE.
John G. Edwards, as Administrator cum testaviento
annexo of the Estate of Lee O. Smith,
deceased, I'ialntilf,
ugalast
| Caroline Smith, Annie Loruax, Edward
I Smith, Catharine Calhoun, Salina Il.Davls,
et al, Defendants,
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
(Complaint not served.)
! To the Defendants Caroline Smith, Annie Lo|
max, Edward Smith, Catharine Calhoun,
Saliua It. Davis and others:
YuU AUK HEREBY SUMMONED AND
I required to answer the complaint In this ac
i tion, which is tiled in the ofliee of the Probate
Court for said state and County, at Abbeville
Court House, and to serve a conv of
your answer to the snitl complaint oil the subscribers
at their oltlce at Abbeville Court
House, South Carolina, within twenty days
alter the service hen of, exclusive of the day
of such service; and if you fall to answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiff In thisaction will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded In the complain!.
Dated (J September A. J>. lbW.
I'KKUIN & COTH It AN,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
J. Klli.kk Lyon, [L.S.J
J udge l'robate Court.
To Annie Lomax, Kd ward Smith, Absent Defendants
:
Take Notice: That the complaint, in the
above stated case, for sale of land to pay
debts, and the summons of which the above
is a copy are tiled in theotHceof the Probate
Court at Abbeville Court House for said State
and County.
PKRUIN & COTHUAN,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
I Sept.", 18H2, Gt
J M. VJSANSKA,
JEWKLKR,
; Greenwood, - - S. C.
I A COMPLETE LINE OF
| Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Spectacles, &c.
Everything warranted to glvt> entire KntisI
faction. Repairing done in a skilful manner
I ami warranted, l'riees lower than ever.
(iO TO
jVISAUSKA, the Jeweler.
I June 1,1S92, tf
SH^kb
Flyers
ve have Sna]
> Arrive Thi
11 ll?]
Bed Xiokin
i yards good Ticking for Si.
eather Ticking only 10 cents per yard, rei
(100 yards best Standard Calico 5 cents pel
niton Flannel 5 cents per yard and up.
ED AND WHITE FLAN
?1 T 1 T> ~ .1 i;M~ ~ ~1 1A
ii \> um ivtu r luuutri iu uenis per a>iuu?
eavy All Wool Twill Flannel liO ceuts.
{GAINS OF THE WIHI!
HTTCRTC W"E? i
bi&i dfe.fi tfe'feifcMfl u \m Atst
II Wool Jeans 20 cents per yard.
II Wool Fancy Cassimere worth 40c. per 3
tions, Small "War
ns, Hair Pins, Needles and many other a
>ur Lead Pencils for 1 cent.
velve Slate Pencils for 1 cent.
e what a rusty little penny will do for yo
i_ will nlpflsp pomp in nnd moot. t.
you stay by us a:
! w
I?Jh nJWBfci
IN THE MA
^M???i?????B? am
jm? cs?
.^S KJ
10. 50 lb. Arrow Ties
Flour half Patent per
Hardware Department
, DllESS GOODS, NOT]
goods much lower tlu
itli eight regular cotto
Respectfully,
PPADV I
ii toe cum i!
i
All summer, has been devoted
to manufacturing
home-made
SHOES AND HARNESS
Eeceiving Family Orders Daily.
ror a good SHOJv? Men s, Women, Hoys and
Misses? we can't be downed. A mammoth
stock of other Shoes, besides our own make.
All a good grade. And for
TRUKTKS
?largest, best and cheapest line In Abbeville.
Don't forget we are headquarters for all kinds
LEATHERS.
We are working for the home trade in KHoKS
and don't buy until you Inspect
our make and line.
Family ai Club Kates Emu,,
The larjfesi line of
Saddles in Abbeville.!
CUIIUUI Ul.tilUO ;
Alil< School Claims dated prior to the first
November (ls'Jl) will he paid by tho County
Treasurer on presentation.
E. Cowan.
April 21st. School Com.. A. C. j
| All are cordially invited to ltiHjiect our sloc:<. |
Very respectfully,
C, P. HAMMOND & CO!
I Aug. :?1,1SU, (Jin
ARTESIAN
- ANI> Terra
Cotta Wells, j
i i T (JURAT KXTRNSR I AM NOW l'KK- !
I f\ >?!irpil to sink whIIs I llfOllL'll olilv. (illlck
sand iinil rock to any desired depths.' ('urb|
ins: the clay down to rock with hciivy Arte,
sian Wrought. Iron Pipe, by no other tneans
I Is it possible to ?et down to the water bearing
I strata except with a Drill .Machine. I would [
I be Kind tor parties falling to gel water on ac- i
, count or rock or quick sand to communicate 1
i with me. 1 expect to continue sinklntr Uie |
Terra Cotta Wells where desired, and claim I
1 that in ten year's experience 1 have sunk I
i more and elvntt more ueiieral satisfaction !
than any man In the State. I am no xiunlter,
liere to-dry probably in Texas next week; j
consequently my guarantee Is of some etlect.
Address. C. M. CALHOUN,
March 2,1892. Greenwood, S. C.
i
i
a 1 m i
i Strik
pped Up the
Is Week. V
M. [G
j
L?- Flour
al value 15c. 100 Barrels G
?? Half Patent ]
Full Patent F
yard.
[NELS. BA6G
2 lb Jute Bug;
2| lb Pine Sti
One car load i
1 ITIIM!
ms e vr u v
CJood Tobacco
,'ard at 25c. p, pounds Coff
Good Syrup 3
SS, &C. Axle Orcas0 5
rticles 1c each. SOAPS
l
ii. | prices,at low hot!
heir obligations at once, and in t
ad we will always be ready to acc
!rket at ,
JL WJLUCJ
> now at $1.15. 1 3Barrel
$4.50. Flour
is complete in all line
[ONS, &c., at prices 1<
in we liave done lierei
It l\lll'/kllLl ttll/1 ID ilwk lk
ii urn,) ri r?j <111*1 ir> mv/ n>
E. F. GILLIAED,
TAILOR,
OVKR THE POST-OFFICE, IS FKE- .
pared to ilo all work In his line CUTTING,
MAKING, REI'A IIUNG,nn<i CLEANING
of GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING, a j
specialty.
SAMPLES of SUITS always on hand, j
Charges Reasonable. June 22,1SW2. 12mos. I
H. D. Reese,
WATCH REPAIRER,
A.l>l>eville, S. O.,
18 ALWAYS ready to serve the public In j
his line of business, and solicits a snare j
of the work In Ills line.
He will keep a varied stock of the best umI
cheapest speo aeles uud eye-glasses, together
with silver plated ware and jewelry.
TT T fit
-LuniDer \\
I
I AM IMtKI'AKKH TO KILL OllDKKS f.?r
i all kinds of Lumber.
Saw mill located on land of J. (J. KLUGII.
J, F, BRADLEY, I
Manager,
March 2, IS!).', tf Medium copy.
X) ICH \ III) OA NTT,Ik now prepared lo do
11 all work In (us department in the best
manner and at reasonable charges. Monthly
customers sliuvinir. hair rutting and shampooingSl
per month. Uasors honed and put
In the best condition for '?> cents each.
T M l<]
Farmers' Bank
?i )F?
ABBEVILLE, S. C.,
Does (Jeneiiaj. Banking Business.
Buys wid sells Exchange and inukes Collections.
I? K l'OSI T S SO MCITE I>.
I?aUl iii? Capital !?r>0,7f>0
Subscribed Capita! "Tfi.OOO
A Savings Department has been cstab- |
hshed. Amounts received of SI.(HI anil up- .
words. Interest at I per cent, payable quarterly,?January,
April. July, October. Small
Havings Increase rapidly.
Win. II- Parker, J. T. Robertson,
pkk8idkkt. VlCK-i'bks.
JuiiiiN II. l>ui*ro. Cashikk.
March 1892?12m
e Bott
Creamiest I
m<m k A m JM
vait ana ?e<
! Flour! Floui
ood Family at S2.75 per barrel and on U]
Flour S4.oO per barrel.
'lour $4.7-5 per barrel.
ING and TIE;
r
ging 7 cents per yard.
aw Bagging 8 cents.
30 lb whole Arrow Ties $1.15 per bundle
m, TOBACCO
i 9j> f>pnt? ripr nnnnrl.
w? *" f'~" I? ? ~
ee, good Rio, for $1.
0 cents per gallon.
1 cents per box.
& CANNED G00I
li wholesale and retail.
he future when you want accomi
lommodate you.
jsBsEt. i
A.LL TIMES
Sit GrR>
4 11). full weight Bagg
Patent per Barrel $4.'
ks at correspondingly
>wer than ever befor<
fcofore. Come to see
est market in the up
T. X3L. 1
Haddon s
FIItST ARRIVALS IX
Fall Millinery.
Some New Styles Out that
are Bound to Take.
WHAT'S worn In New York may be worn
here. Our stock when complete will
embrace all the most desirable shapt-s for the
m'uson. this will ue a
Velvet and Ribbon Season.
As usual we will show a splendid line of both.
FANCY KKATHKllS AND TIIS come In all
the new shades to harmonize with other ma
tor lain.
DRESS GOODS!
The newest weaves and latest colorings. >"*)
riri-MM miMcriis and no two nllke. litre vou
can have a great variety to select from and
have tlie satisfaction of knowing your next
door neighbor will not have ilie same thin;;.
A beautiful l'ne of l>ress Trimmings to
matcii. Our stock will tie complete in a few
days. If good'g'iods, fashionable goods and
lowest prices are mailers of consideration
thou we can Interest you.
Very respectfully,
R. M. Haddon & Co. i
Sept. 7.tf
R. M. BROOKS'
OSCILLATING _ CHURN:
IS AHEAD U?' ALL.
Will bring butter quicker than any oilier.
A child three yi-ars olil can churn ns well us
an adult. l'rlce"S5.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Try one. Call
on or apply to It. M. HROOKS,
Abbeville C. II., S. C.
J. S. COT II It AX. Ij. W. 1'ERRIX
-T. I'. COTIIItAX.?
COTHEAN, PERSIN & COTHRAN
Attorneys at Law.
Abbeville, S. C.
School Notice.
a I.I. liprsnns hnldliur ni-linil olnimu nf Vn.
A vem tier (1S91) will present iticm to the
County Treasurer and get the cash.
K. COWAN.
JuneS, 15!).'. -School Commissioner.
om Fi|
Bargains You
s Them Bef
r?i i ^?i Jr .frn. .
r! OUR
UNDERBU
backed by that wonde
#m fails to catch the best of
Don't
by wounded competitic
S.' Dry Coot
Every we
attractions, s<
)S space in the
I Yoi
modaticns we will be ready to help
CO.
FOR YOU]
EEN"V
lug* at 7 c. 2 lb. full
75. Flour Eancy Pat
low fitfiivfis. W? lui
\ Having a resirtem
us and we will convi
country. We will s
DURST, 3V
ALL SORTS OF
BUILDING MATERIAL.
ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS
in?mm
LUMBEK, SHINGLES, LATHS,
And other BUILDING MATERIAL solicited.
I HAVE WAGONS
And can deliver any goods ordered lrom me,
and will contract to
TJTTTT "n TTrkTTGTT'a
S. Or. Thomson.
Abbeville, April 15, 1S92, 12m.
The Abbeville Land, Loan and
Improvement Company.
IN ACCORDANCE with Commission of
Secrelary of .State J. Q. Marshall directed
to the undersigned Board of Corporators o
the ABBEVILLE LAND, LOAN AND IM
PRO V EMENT (()MPAN YNotiee
is hereby given that the books of
subscription of said company will be open at
the office of J. ALLEN SMITH, Piesident, on
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6th lust., at the
Abbeville National Bank.
J. ALLEN SMITH,
\V. C. McGOWAN,
P. ROSENBERG.
AUG. W. SMITH,
E. A. TEMPLETON,
R. M. HADDON.
i. r. uuinKAW,
Hoard of Corporators.
Abbeville, S. C.. Feb. 5 1S91.
ESTATE OF
Dr. John DeLa Howe.
AT a meeting of Hoard of Trustees ol Kslate
of DcLii Howe, July WW, it was resolved
to "Petition the next Legislature to
grant (Item authority tosell acres or the
real estate so that the school may commence
at once," and that tills resolution be published.
This would still leave between 70(1 and
SOii acres attached to the estate which is amnio
lor nil numoses ami will retain most of
the cleared and arable land.
W. H. PARKER,
Secretary.
A ugust o, 1S92, :im
.to Bushels Blue Stem Wheat.
HOMK IIAISKD. KOIt SAhK HY J. lilt
ILL, Abbeville. S. C.
AhkuhI 23,18U2. tt
r t
*ures! 1
. Ever Saw.
ore Buying.
t
MOrivrn
Y & UNDERSELL
irful lever the almighty dollar, never
everything going.
be Deluded j
y
>n, but first come to us for anything
iu want in either
I r\ r\J
^ Groceries. I
'
ek we will add new
o keep an eye on our
TT* _ " -w*
jrress ana isanner.
- ^
irs truly, %
- V
, ? ?
i you. And all we ask is that
j ;-v
EE COTTON. .1
STOOD
. ' _':1
weight Bagging at 7
ent per Barrel $5.25.
ve ail immense stock
t buyer in New York
nee you that we will
tore your cotton and
Manager.
1 RICHMOND & DANVILLE RAILROAD
j F. W. Hcidkkoi'er and Reuben Foster, Beceivzbs
| /COLUMBIA AND GBEENVILLE DIVISION,
vy Condensed schedule In effect August 28,1S92.
I BETWEEN COLUMBIA, SENECA AND WAL11ALLA.
Dally. No. 11.1 STATIONS, j Dally. No. 12
11 '20am Lv..Columbia. Ar; 6 05pm:
12 Q3pui Lv... Alston.. Ar1 6 05pm!
1 OOptn Lv..Nt'wbTry..Ar! 4 15pm
2 25pm Lv.Nlnety-Slx.Ar 8 09pm
2 50pm Lv.Greenwood Ar; 2 50pui
3 lOpin Lv... Hodges ...Ar. 2 29pm
3 2"pm Lv...Donalds...Ar; 2 11pm
) 3 3Spm Lv. lloneaPath.Ar 1 5Spm
I 4 35pm Lv..Anderson..Ar 1 15cm
, 5 18pm Lv..Pendleton..Ar 12 45pm|
Ii nn? ? - -
, I v wi>uj rtr..!?enena. .Lv 12 16pm!
7 20 pm Lv..Seneca. ..Ar 11 55am
8 00pm Ar. Walballa. Lv 11 loainl
1 5 10pm Ar..Greenville..Lv 12 OOn'n
BETWEEN ANDERSON, BELTON AND
GKEENVILLE.
Dafly. ; Daily. Dally. ! Dally.
No. 10. No. 12. STATION'S, j No. 11. j No. 9.
8 VSam 1 15pm Lv.. Anderson ..Ar 4 35pm 7 :52pm
10 80am 5 10pm Ar..Greenville.Lv|12 OOn'n 5 45pm
BETWEEN COLUMBIA, ALSTON AND SPARTAN
BUKG.
Daily No. 13. | STATIONS. | Daily No. 14.
U 2i)aiii Lv..Columbla...Ar 6 Oftpml
12 10pm Lv.... Alston ...Ar 5 10pm;
1 55pm Lv Union....Ar 3 40pm'
2 55pm ArSpurtanburirLv 2 10pm!
; BETWEEN NEWBERRY, CLINTON AND
LAURENS.
j Ex. Sun. No. 13. STATIONS. Ex. Sun. No. 16.
I 11 'JUiun Lv..Columblu...Ar 6 05pm
1 15pm Lv..Newberry,.Ar 12 35pmI
2 55piil Lv...Clinton....Ar 10 55am
3 3llpm'Ar... Laurens...Lv 10 15am|
1 BETWEEN HODGES AND ABBEVILLE.
Daily. 1 Dally. I
No. 11. STATIONS. No. 12
Mixed. Mixed. !
3 45pm Lv... Hodges.... A r 2 20pm|
4 05ptn Lv Darrau^'li's Ar 2 00pm i
4 20pm Ar.. Abbeville. Lv 1 45pmj
| Trains leav? Spurtanbursr, S. C., A. a C. Division
! Northbound, 3.31 a. m., 3.19 p. m., 6.17 p. m. (VestlI
lulled Limited); Soutbbcumi, 5.00 a. in., 4.18 p. m?
| 11.43 a. in. (Vestibuled Limited); Westbound, W. N.
I 0. Division. 8.00 and 6.25 p. ni., lor Uendersonville.
; A3ii<-?uicniiu uoioprwgs.
Trrlns leavo Greenville. S. C., A. a C. Division
I Northbound 2.27 a. rn.. 'J. 15 p. m., 5.24 p. ui. (Vestibiiled
Limited); Southbound, 6.10 b. m., 5.24 p
12.3# p. m. (Vestibuled Limited).
Trains leave Seneca, S. C? A. a C. Division, Northbound,
1.00 a. in., 12.15 p. ni., Southbound, 7.5S Si m.
7.11 p. in.
PULLMAN CAli SERVICE.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car on Trains 9,10,11 and
12,37 and :iS on A. A C. Division. Pullman Parlor
Cars on Trains Nos. 1;J and 11, between Columbia and
Spartanburg.
W. A. TL'UK. S. H. HAKDWtCK,
Gen'l Pass. Agent. Ass't Gc-n'l Pass. Agt.,
Washington, D. C. Atlanta, Ga.
V. K. M< BKE. SOL HAAS,
Cell. Sui>ermteni1?nf t?ai- ??
. iinine ajsrager,
Columbia. 8. C. "ViiRhington. D. C.
W. H. GUKEN, Qi-n'l Msr., Washington, D. C.
Don't be alarmed about the advance In su
car. Heath will have something to take the
place of It In case the price goes too high.
Glenn Springs water for chronic complaints.
For sale by I). C. DuPre, at Greenwood.
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