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When the children are ill, do not tell them that the medicine is "nice," when you know that it is positively nauseous ; do not induce them to swallow the dose under the pretence that it is "good." Children never forget white lies of thi9 sort, and their confidence once shaken never regains '* * i~.? m +a! 1 fK A f diif K nrmness. uenei u\ im icu mc uum, that it is disagreeable, but necessary to their health, and you desire them to take it at once. Ten to one they will swallovr it with half the trouble of coaxing and worry of words, and love you better for your firm and decided manner. Don't teach the children by your example to tell white lies to each other and to their neighbors. Guard your lips and bridle your tongue, if you desire to have the coming generation truthful. Know Put one pint of milk in the double boiler with two tablespoonfuls ofjsugar and one small teaspoonful of vanilla, break four eggs separately; whip the whites until stiff and dry; then stir in lightly four tablespoonfuls of powdered, sifted sugar. With a teaspoon take up the whipped whites?about the size of egg?and drop them into the boiling milk. Put in as many as can be handled conveniently. When they tare firm on one side turn them carefully and cook until firm on the other. When all are done, mix the well beaten yolks of the eggs with the milk,and cook (stirring all the time) until the custard coats the spoon. Strain into a bowl to cool. When cold pile the snow eggs in a high glass dish, pour the custard over and around them and serve. In making soft custard do not allow it to boil, as that ? --,-1 ?* Tf it ohnnlrl WUUlU ununc 11 xaj uuimiv* a* ?v vuvm>?? curdle pour in a little cold milk, stirring rapidly and strain quickly.?New York World. Home Hlnltt. "Put a stained-glass window in the children's playroom," advised a friend to a woman planning a coming home. "From the baby up it will be the source of the greatest delight to the people. I discovered that quite by chance in renting a house with one in my own bedroom. My baby, who was fretful from teething that winter, would go to sleep much quicker in my room than in his own, and when I remarked upon it the nurse told me , it was because the bright window interested and finally quieted him. I soon saw it was so. All children love prctures and gay colors."?Chicago journal. . ,.r A Cup of Coffe.?Allow for each large cup a tablespoonful or' grouud coffe; mix, in the pot, with a small . quantity of cold water, adding a little 1 white of egg or a crushed egg shell; 1 A ?I? l?K n On/lATl Deal ILie YVUUlt: uigciuci ttI m a r-yxjxji,, then pour on as many cupfuls of boiling water as there are tablespoonfuls of coffee, cover tightly, and boil about two minutes. Serve. Loug boiling dissipates the aroma and extracts the principle in the coffe most njurious to the nerves. What is ieft in the pot when the meal is over should not be allowed to stand on the grounds, but should be poured off .and saved to be warmed and added to the the next potful made. ? ? ^ There are few things more unappe- 1 tising than the canned goods put up in tins, as they are ordinarily served? r that is, simply turned out into a sauce- 1 pan and heated. A very important c precaution to take is to turn out the 8 contents of a can several hours before P they are wanted, which will cause b them to lose the peculiar, stifled, close 1 taste, frequently combined with 8 solder, that too often clings to them. t[ a P The Following Articles1 AT a AT 0 n a 1 No. 7 Wash Pan, 1 Scoop, ^ 1 Mouse Trap, 1 barrel Tooth Picks, 1 Cake Pan, 1 large Glass Plate, 1 Scrub Brush, Five Pans. 1 Fire Broiler, 1 Set Tea Spoons, 12 Collar Buttons, 1 case Needles, 1 set Knitting Pins, 3 papers Pins, 12 Lead Pencils, 100 Hair Pins, 1 Garden Trowel, 3 Boxes Blueing, 12Tollet Pins, 1 Pair Shears, J, 1 Cottee Pot, 1 Pair Elastics, 1 yd Rubber Elastic, 1 Glass Mug, 13 Slate Pencils, 1 4 or. Bottle Ink, ? 1 Medium Glass, 1 Knock Down Cup, 1 Pound Soda, 1 Large Tin Dipper, 1 Tea Strainer, 1 Coat Hook, 1 Large Peucll Pad, 1 Boys Neck Tie, l Tooth Brush. 1 Cake Toilet Soap. 1 Large Box Face Powder, Lamp Chimney any size, 1 Nice Bait or Pepper Shaker, 1 4 oz Bottle Machine Oil, 1 large Turkey Red Handkerchief. For 10 Cents. t( 1 Hair Brush, 1 Call Bell, 1 large l.amp Burner, 1 Set Large Spoons, 1 Hat Rack, 1 Pair Suspenders, 1 Bottle Extract, Gal. Tin Measure. ' ill! till!5 on The Spring of 1893 Finds us fully equipped to meet th the demands of all lu need ol anything in th the Clothing line. Di, For dress nothing Is more stylish than a 1 Nice Cutaway Clay Worsted Suit of which we have a complete line in various grades. We also have a nobby line in LIGHT To "<>r / \ *? t-? * ? tir /"> nti ?n t7* rv r<TTT a UT a VU tULiUIVEiU VY WIWI Ej\J 1-tiflHrtiO, ? Our lines of SACK SUITS consist of everything that Is new, nobby and staple. A llneof 1 $10 SUITS, z the equal of which was never shown In Abbe- th< vlile. y0 An immense line of SINGLE PANTS in . which the most tasty can get his wants supplied. The styles in to BOYS CLOTHING'" this season are very pretty. We have a beau tlful line of VELVET and JERSEY SUITS, ao Also a large and complete line of CASSIMERES and WORSTED SUITS?for Boys-to tit all ages from 4 to 15. A large stock of BOYS KNEE PANTS from 35o. to 81.50. _ We have a tremendous slock of JEAN and 1 C0TT0NADE PANTS. Suitable for working- mo men every day wear. Also a full stock of the OVERALL JACKETS and PANTS. Give us a call when In need of anything In ee the Clothing line, and you will be sure to get Cot what you want. ym P. ROSENBERG <5 CO. * March 8,1&3, tf I M We Keep Everything IN THE T GROCERY LINE. _ Our Warehouse is filled with Corn, Meal, Bacon, Flour, Oats, ?l Molasses, Plantation Supplies, p Plows, Plow Stocks, &c. mi cu> WecaD offer inducement* to buyers of these ^ goods. Also otter SUGAR, COFFEE and TOBACCO at very low prices. Cull and see us wben in need of anything in the grocery line. P. ROSENBERG & CO. _ March 8,1893, tf A i TERRA COTTA WELLS "j ? AT ? r PRICES to SUIT the TIMES. ? IN THE FUTURE I propose to sink the eel- !'? ebrated Terra Cotta Wells at u great reduction in my former prioe. So parties desiring an everlasting supply of good sparkling '? water at a low price would do well to confer with me before making other arrangements, . as I propose to make it to the interest of all to do so. WATER OR NO PAY?is my motto. I have in ten years experience standing testimonials in six counties. Address j C. M. CALHOUN, Greenwood, S. C. March 22, lS'J-3, tf IIMM i TO BK UXVfcN AWAY AT THE row nniin eTiinri i mi mm mm<> In order to advertise and bring before the mi public the stock of goods at the 9 CITY DRUG STORE. I i EACH PURCHASER WILL BE entitled J to choose a present worth 20 CENTS 1 on each dollar's worth of gooods purchased Id tie Drui Store Department ^ from this day until this notice is withdrawn. PRICES guaranteed to be as LO ?v as the LOWEST, and all goods as represented. March 8,1893, tf ^ Hie State 'of South"Carolina,^ 9 Ml r? x_ a 1,1 :n^ l uuuuiy ui ziuuoviiioi COURT OF COMMOM PLEAS. jj to Francis Arnold, Plaintiff, Rei against wi p Rowena E. Oldham, Defendant v" A. Th SUMMONS FOR RELIEF. tlx (Complaint not Served.) to the Defendant Rowena E. Oldham : coi \r Ma I OU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND equlred to answer the complaint In thisaclon, which is filed in the office of the Clerk of k>mmon Pleas, for the said County, and to erve a copy of your answer to the said comilalnt on the subscribers at their office ut Ab- 1 evllle Court House, South Carolina, within Th ?i>nlr riavR after thn Rervlce herfinf. exclu sat ive of the day of such service; and If you T all to answer the complaint within the time foresaid, the plaintiff In this action will ap>ly to the Court for the relief demanded in A he complaint. Dated 21st day of March, 18U3. If PARK Kit & McUOWAN, II Plaintiff's Attorney. l| 0 Rowena E. Oldham, absent Defendant. Take Notice?That the summons of which bove is a copy, with complaint, has this day k een filed in the office of the Clerk of Court II f Commou Picas for said State and County, nd that unless you appear and answer or de- ft iur to the complaint as required by the sum- 1 ions, Judgment by default will be entered gainst you and application made to the ourt for the relief prayed. Oh PARKER & McGOWAN, March 21,1893. P. Atty. ? D 1 State of South Carolina, _ B< County of Abbeville. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. . Y. Prather and M. A. Lindsay, Plaintiffs, Ca] against Sn, . A. Grler, Robert Lee Drennan, Edith A. Drennan, Willie Alexander Drennan, W. W. Black, as Executor,and Minnie Payne. T\i Defendants. ties Isi Inte COPY SUMMONS FOR RELIEF. twel (Complaint not served.) ?S. A. Grler, Robert Lee Drennan, Edith A. Dreennan, Willie Alexander Drennan, W. W. Black and Minnie Payne, Defendants -p ln this action. fo'J ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND ? quired to answer the complaint in this ac- **** in, which is filed in the office of the Clerk the Court of Common Pleas for the said A ( mnty, and to serve a copy of your answer t\*, i the subscribers at their office, at Abbeville mrt House, in said State and County, wlthtwenty days after the service of this sum ns on you, exclusive of the day ol service. factj [f you fall to answer this complaint within and e time aforesaid, the plaintiff will apply to e Court for the relief demanded In the comaim. yj Dated 9 March A. D. 1893. jul PERRIN & COTHRAN, Plaintiffs Attorneys. i Robert Lee Drennan, Edith A. Drennan J J ind Willie A. Drennan : WB Park Notice: That unless you upply for e appointment of a guardian ad litem, or less application is made by those within lOBe care and protection you now live for 3 appointment of a guardian ad litem for u within twenty days after the service of >8 summons upon you, Plaintiffs will apply the Court for the appointment of a guardi ad litem to represent you In this case. PERRIN & COTHRAN, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. Sarah E. Grler, Hobble Lee Drentian* Edith A. Drennan, Willlnm Alexander 1N< Drennan and Minnie Payne, absent De- I ? fen dan ts: " "" lease take notice that the original sum- Wh ns of which the forogolng Ik a copy, and shoes complaint In the above staled case have n 1 in rtled In the office of the Clerk of the ;\ug? irt of Common Pleas for said County and te. PERRIN & COTHRAN, sllppc larch, Attorneys forPlalntlfls. don a J. E. Jones, [L.S.J Deputy Clerk of Court of Common Plens choice larch 15, lxltt, (it see yo Spectacles and Eyeglasses, HE cheapest ever brought to Abbeville. A i large lo? Call on li )ec. i4,tf J. W. RYKARI). S ? o DENTAL NOTICE. " Dr. S. G. Thomson, >FICE UP--5TAIRS ON McILWAIN ;orner, Abbeville, 8. C. >ICHARD GANTT, Is now prepared to do 1 I all work In his department in the best j inner and at reasonable charges. Monthly t Btomers shaving, hair cutting and sham- t olng 81 per month. Razors honed and put j the best condition for 25 cents each. r s Cotton Seed Meal. FliK-SH LOT OF COTTON HEED MEAL , for wale by J. F. MILLER. I March 8, 181)3, If " it a vrv ivr Tnwp.fi yHinxmi, MI. u VAIUW) IRKT CLASS REPAIRER OF SHOES and BOOTS. hnR his shop In the office once ocpied by Colonel OrvllJe T. Calhoun, where 1 will be pleased to receive orders for all nds of work in his line, which be will do In J lis factory manner, on short notice, and at w price. [Feb. 13,1893, tf 8. COTHRAN t L. W. PERRIN. 1 -T. P. COTHRAN.JTHRAN, PERRIN & COTHRAN Attorneys at Law. Abbeville, S. C._ N. R. WELSH, Stone Cutter arid Quarryman, Quarry P. 0., S. C. 1 3 prepared to All all kinds of orders on short notice for first ciasa granite of every i scrlptlon, either rough or dressed. All mite delivered on board cars. * 8 Prices given on application. Work euaran r ed to be satisfactory. [Oct. 26, 1892,12m c HI i noiim AQ S3 SHOE CEN-ft^flEN. And other specialties for , Gentlemen, Ladles, Boys and jL Misses are the Best in the WorldBee descriptive advertiseB gj&V 1 ipent which will appear In ^jgd|pP|)k Take no Substitute, bnt Insist on having W. L. DOUGLAS' SHOES,with ' name and price stamped os jBKMflHKfli bottom. Sold by Aug. W. Smith, Abbeville, E. M. Lipscomb & Co, Ninety-Six Sheriff's Sale. ilburn Oln and Machine Company and Gulel Gin Company against Ninety-Six Man- -i ufacturlng Company.?Executions. !y virtue of sundry executions me directed, in theabove statedcases.1 will 1 to the highest bidder, at public auction, thin the legal hours of sale, at Abbeville C H., 8. C., on MONDAY, the 8th day of MAY D. 189:1, all the right, title and interest of e Ninety-Six Manufacturing Company in 5 following described property, to wit: The )tton Seed Oil'Plant and Ginnery I islstine of 4 acres of land, with BuildiDes. .chlnery, &c? thereon. Also, ONE (1) WAGON SCALES, TWO (2) PLATFORM SCALES and J ONE TWO WHEEL HAND CART. .evled on and to be sold as tbe property of 0 Ninety-Six Manufacturing Company, to isfy the aforesaid Executions and costs. ERMS?Cash. I F. W. R. NANCE, * Sheriff Abbeville County, [arch 29, IStW, ?t 1b1M! UG, W. SMITH & CO, AVE Just received a fine, assortment of r HORSES and MULES, and are able to 1 ply almost any demand that may be made V >n them lor stock, whloh will be sold ^ eap for Cash or Approved Paper. ^ all early at tbelr stables. ec. 21,1$92, tf -j ink of Lowndesville, LOWNDESVILLE, S. C. j 6U th pital Stock Paid In 920,000 00 q] plus - 3,500 00 0E3 A GENERAL BANKING Business Affords best security and facillfor depositors. sues time certificates of deposits bparlng ? rest rh follows: Six months 4 per cent., C Ive months 5 per cent. LJ. B. FRANKS, ca. Presdent. M M. VI8ANSKA, I JEWELER, jenwood, - - S. 0. Si COMPLETE LINE OF p unonds, Watches, Jewelry, Spectacles, &c. ofv erythlDg warranted to give entire satis- cor on. Repairing done In a skilful manner A warranted. Prices lower than ever. _ GO TO U SANSKA, the Jeweler. ne 1,1892, tf ( . IS. F. WILSON, g DSHTVII8V. ^ iftlce at Honea Path. S. everv dav ex Rpt Friday, when I will bo In office at amston, 8. C. [Jan. 11.1893, :!in en you want a nlce^palr of geni'emen's \ k i for dress, see what Aug. W. Smith has yy as. Helser's goods, all guaranteed. Ltlestlino of neckwear In Abbeville at W. Smith. r\ 11 ling! oomlDg! Shoes! shoes! Slippers irs! Black, red and gray. R. M. HadCo. can get that French briar root pipe you been wanting from that Dew lot of i pipes at Speed's. He will be pleased to u. SCHOOL NOTICE. k LL PERSONS HAVING BUSINESS \ with the School Commissioner will And im In hlR office all public days and every aturday in each month neareBt the middle f the mouth, during the present year for the urpose of registering clalmB, Ac. E. COWAN, School Commissioner Abbeville County. Feb 2, 1892. C. Milleur, a E.\L ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT 11 Equltoble Lite of New York. Also a ful ineof first class Fire and Accident compa lies represented. It will be to your lnteres o consult me before baying or selling proper y. I have now for flgle several residences esldence lots. Decided bargains. Also foi ale several desirable farmg near town. Office in J. F. Miller's store. TJan. 18, '03 fTOBT.S. SPARKMAN GREENWOOD. S. C. [nsurance Agency, Insurance AND COTTON DEALER. fine Staple Cottons a Specialty Nov. 2,1802, tf E. F. GILLIARH .'.TAILOR, HAS moved, aod occupies the room recent ly occupied by J. L. Clark, the eon mlth. and Is now prepared to do all kinds c epalrlng and cleaning of gentlemen's clothe in short notice. Samples of suits always on hand. Charge easonxble. Lumber ! r AM PREPARED TO FILL ORDERS fo I all kinds of Lumber. Shw mil) located on land of J. C. KLUGH. J. F. BRADLEY, Manager. March 2,1892, tf Medium copy. J.ll. Li! Successor to E. A. Templeton & Co. WILL KEEP A FULL LINE OF v *.- *! ' ll Plour, Bacon, tagar, , > Coffee, )ry Goods, Notions, Soots and Shoes, WOSJ1.CCO LND all other articles kept In a genera merchandise stock. Thanking the public for their patronage li le past. I bespeak for Mr. .Latimer a contin anceof this patronage. W. A. TEMPLETON. Jan. 11,1898, tf OXTFL ill DEFT [8 FULL. N BUYING OUR STOCK OF SHOES FOP the Spring trade we think we have made ch selectiouK as will give best satisfaction tc e trade, both In style and quality. For men we have a oompjete Hue of LOW [JARTER. SHOES in all grades. )ur $1.50 SHOE IN lalmoral & Congress nnot be equalled. V fall line of HAND WELT and HANDA.DE SHOES. Remember we carry Smerson's Shoes ilch are superior to all others. Try one pair J be convinced. We have a full stock of lall and Tennis Shoes. ITa Ha nnt. Vt aoltnta In oodntr fhof nnr ainnlr Ladled ?uid Children Shoes was never so nplete as now. Lemember this and give us a call. . ROSENBERG & CO. larch 8,1893, tf flrtfsit In Bulk and Full Siz I.W. La"w H. W. LAW i I \ I (liir liiiiiilh STOCK OF Ha t si; * w r IS THE GRANDEST ASSORTMENT EVER; n 1 offered to the trade of AblcvilJe. ' Special Attractions for loom Hen. 1 I THE ALPINE J la an toe rage, in mis popular si/1? wc mm;: all gradeB from $1.30 to tbe beat STETSON at f 85 In various shades. 2. We have Just received oar stock of C 'STRAW HATS, for the Spring trade, which is filled with at1 tractive styles, all of which are the very latest. / Nobby styles for boys of all ages. Don't forget this, and wben you want, a Hat call ou P. ROSENBERG & CO. * Marcb 8,1S93, tf . Goal! Coal! Wood! Wood! t A. M. HILL^fc SONS I 'I IT AVE opened a COAL and WOOD YARD II and are ready to receive your orders 'or s Winter. Call and get cheapest rat^s. Terms ?Cash on delivery. July 27,1892. tf TII nif I'liiiir! r Having made a careful study of tbe subject. Dr. T. J. Kinard, " * ?- V- I 1/ 1 and he respectfully often bin services to the pcbllc. Dr. T. J. Kinard will be In Abbeville j h At Hill's livery Stable < ' Oil the THIRD SATURDAY MONTHLY. All communications add res sea to Ninety-Six, J S. C., will receive prompt attention. Nov. 16,1892, tf # 1 We are Headquarters FOR f MEN'SFURNISHINGS WE have just replenished this department with all thp new Spring attractions. We keep E. & W. COLLARS and CUFFS, PEARL SHIRTS and Screven's Patent Elastic Seam DRAWERS, whlob are undoubtedly superior to other makes. We have Just received 125 dozen HAND- ? KERCHIEFS from 5c. up. We have ? fall line of UNDERWEAR. NIGHT SHIRTS Irom BOc. up to 11. * P. ROSENBEBG & 00. I March 8,1893, tf i Terra Cotta Wells . :?AT Reduced PRICES. " I AM USING A 12 Inch and IS inch AUGER of superior make. Doesn't let dry dirt or i- quicksand run out like some old time inferior Augers, thus Insuring a good head of water ID QulCKsana 111 mucn it*? nine. My plan of putting In pipe Is the only one that keeps quicksand from filling up tbe well, but If one-third, or even one of my wells should even be a failure my guarantee would amount to something, for I would go and remedy name, or return the money. The 12 inch Auger has given splendid satiBactlon, especially for stock, tenant booses I and small families at much less cost. If you want a good head of water and a certain well, address J. H. SOUTH, Greenwood. S. C., Nov. 9,1892. HENRY & CHEATHAM 5 ABBEVILLE, S. C. Have opened a ? FANCY GROCERY STORE, ' where they will keep all manner of goods lu tbelr line. Buyers are cordially Invited to examine their stock, as tbe quality and price of tbHr goods will furnlsb tbe strongest Inducements | to customers. Call at the old stand of G. H. Moore. Jau. 4,180.J, 12m dTaTallen, I rtftiTmn 1 nmnn i vrn tvtttt Tirm UUHTKAU'i'UK AHIJ JjUlLJJI.lt, And Dealer In nil kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL, And Manufacturer of DOORS and SASH, WILL REMOVE HIS PLANT from Clinton to Abbeville on or about the 10th of January, 1893, and will contract to build any kind of house that may be wanted or will fur nish any material that may be needed by I others. [Dec. 28,1892, tf (arden iSeeds ? e Papers. Sold by st rson & Co. ]d0 OllSjv; prjces SON & CO. |, * \ M. H. PARKER, President. JULIUS H. nuPRE, Che Farmers' Bank DEPOSITS SO Dapital Swsrpluw "\0E8 GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Buys J lions. A Savings Department bas been estab ard!>. IntereHt at 4 per cent, payable quarterly. -Ja gs Increase rapidly. National Bank < Abbevill 3ar>ital, - " - - surplus, ' - - - . ALLEN SMITH, President. W BENJ. 8. BARNWEL H lrect< VM. H. PARKER. Abbeville, 8. C., J. ,. W. WHITE, Abbeville, 8. C., W. NO. G. EDWARDS. Abbeville, 8. C., W J. ALLEN SMITH, All r\OES a General Banking business, provides theg if Depositors. Is ready at any and all times to ma s our county affords. SPEED'S DEC With a LARE and well )RTJGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, P OILS, WINDOW GLi PUrTY, COMBS, GOODS, PERFTJ The demand of this market can be supplied. Headquarters for fine CIGARS and TOBACCO. Oi dto. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all h< You are respectfully Invited to call. JL m m 1 t BARKIS' LITH Harris' Lithia S After a long and varied experience In tbe dm >oth foreign ana domestic, I am fully persuaded tbi fflcacy In the treatment of afflictions of the Kldi rater of which I have made trial. This opinion Is based npon observation of Its ( rears, daring which time I have prescribed It fret he medicable maladies above mentioned. , When failure to relieve has occurred, I nave In or my experience teaches me, that from one to ti o four weeks, to secure Its foil remedial effects. I- |t t Ifc. . r. T. Harris, Waterloo, 8. .: ' Dear Sir?I And great benefit from the use of yoi c. and general regulator of the digestion, as well vbich Litbla Is considered somewhat of a specific. JU My wife has been using your Llthia Water and I (very respect equal to the famous Buffalo Llthia Wi JU FOR SALE Dr. P. B. Speed, Ab Dr. D. C. DuPre, Gi Dr. Pressly & Son,1 March 8,1898,3m Don't Get 1 When your j right, and your will run cranky to some one make them r\g\ and if you don1 The Largest and Jewelry in No charge f< bought of me. R. B. HE* GREE >rompt Attention Gi F. S. E"V Machinery Broker and DEALER I! earn Engines, Portable Engines *1 ary ijonem, otcam inuugo, Belting, Corn Mills, Sai Threshing Machine?, ( Brown, Winship Cotton Gin m't fail to get PRICES from me b call and see m G-reenwoc ine 22,1892. tf 1 A. W. SMITH, Yice President. \ , Cashier. of Abbeville. LIOITED. 1 $65,790 - - 5,000 c.iid sella Exchange and makes Collec1 Ished. AiiOxiintH received of $1 and up* inuary, April, July, October. Small say[March l,13C3,12ra . of Abbeville, ?, s. e. - ?75,000 , - 15,000 \ r? s . C. McGOWAN, Vice-Fresideat. >L? Cashier. ' ' ' : L> Jtrw z C. KLUGH, Abbeville, S. C., JOEL 8MiTH, Abbeyille, 8. C., . C. McGOWAN, Abbeville, 8. C. ' ibeville, 8. C. reatest security and convenience jib* Itt ' ke loans based upon such safe collatera Sept. 11.1862. lyr 6 STORE. Selected Stock of AINTS, iSS, PREPARED BRUSHES, FANCY MES, STATIONERY, &C. ders by Mall or hand promptly attend* jars. [*/ +! gPEBP. | IA WATER. prings, S. C. of Mineral Water* from many sources, . KM it HARRIS' UTHIA WATER pouettw % V ley and Bluader unequalled by any other :w.; ? .'ffecti on my patients for the past three :'-i ely and almost unltormly with benefit la ? i pa ted It to Insufficient oseof the Water, ro quarts daily should be taken from two A. N. TALLY, M. D., Columbia, 8.0. V . ur Llthla Wafer, i consider It* 'fine tonas very efficacious In those diseases tot DGE J. B. KERSHAW, Camden, 8. C. gE lnvery much benefited. I consider It in DGE J. S. COTHRAN, Abbeville, 8. C. ^ beville, S. C. -M eenwood, S. C. 1 Troy, S. C. lad! jobs don't come out m Watch stops, or it . But bring them who can and wfl it. You know who, t, you ought to. ntimi I Stock of Watches this section. i 9 i 3r Engraving goods 1 INEMAN, NWOOD, S. C. Lven to Orders! r A "NT d r -ttJLMO, Commission. * ? and Stationary, StationPulleys, Shaftings, n Mill Outfits, > Cotton Preses, & Pratt s. efore buying elsewhere, or e at a, *s. c. Kf