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The Press and Banner
ABBEVILLE S. C.
^^Published every Wednesday at f2
a year in advance.
Wednesday, April 26, 1893.
Tbe Railroad Ciuei.
Yesterday morning tbe Supreme Court at
Washington banded down its decision in tbe
matter of tbe State of South Carolina against
It was adverse to tbe State and to tbe Sheriffs
who levied on tbe railroad trains which
were in tbe bands or Receivers.
Tbe United States Court did not go Into the
meriu of the contest. That is left for the
Courts of tbe State to decide, and if tbe parties
In tbe contest desire to appeal Irom the
decision of the lower Court, tbe case must be
taken up in the regular or ordinary way.
As Car as we are able to see tbe only significance
of this decision lies in tbe fact that tbe
Governor and tbe Sheriffs of the State must
obey the laws of the State, just us other citi
rem are required to do.
Tbey cannot take tbe law into tbelr own
bands, organise a mob and seize property
without warrantor law.
It is well for the liberty of this people that
tbe decision Is as it Is. If tbe Governor at hlt<
own sweet will oould override tbe law and
take by force In an illegal way tbe property of
a corporation, he might In tbe same way
seize tbe property or person of tbe citizen
and confiscate tbe one while imprisoning tbe
In all proper and Just demands of tbe State )
against the (State we are on the side of tbe |
State, bnt we cannot endorse tbe trampling
onder Coot of any corporation, or any citizen.
Tbe right to be beard in Court is secured to
ns by both the organic and slatute laws of
the State, and when an officer of the State
proposes to abridge that right we must protest.
Under tbe recent ruling of tfie United
States Court Governor Tillman and his Sheriff
mnst simply bebaye themselves and obey
the laws, us tbey are found on the statute
books, and tbey must like other citizens,
await tbe aotlon of tbe Courts to determine
iLie riguui ut uiuu uci^uwioi
In expressing oar gratification at what
ftp. Mema to be a just and righteous decision, let
It not be understood that we endorse the wartore
which the roads are waging against individual
The oompanles hire law; ers by the year
and they will resist any claim on the slight;
On the other band, when the citizen Is
forced to employ a lawyer, be in self-defence
makes terms with his lawyer.
The result is sometimes like this: The lawyer's
fee Is contingent on biB winning the
case, and so a claim is made oat sufficiently
large to pay lawyer and ollent.
The town for the last two or three days has
been fall of all sorts of rumors in reference to
the recent homicide in McCorralck and the
public has been more or less excited on the
subject of the possible lynching of the slayer
of David A. Wardlaw.
To ahow how little a thing may be ground
for tne awning oi magmueu ropuris wo
two of the various telegrams that were received
"ToF. W. R. Nanoe: Have they reached
Abbeville with Jaclc Price yet? Answer
quick, J. U. Ward law."
"To Jim Fisher: Wire If Stnckey has arrived
with Jack Price. Answer.
, J. U. Sander*."
Dispatches of this kind were construed to
be ominous, and the non-arrival ol the
prisoner, led people to be In readiness to hear
anything. They thought that Prloe bad been
captured and sent forward, and that possibly
he might have suffered at the hands of the
Mends of the slam man.
The 8berlfTs office was beselged for news
and nnder the circumstances, he sent the fol*
lowing telegram to the Governor:
"To B. R. Tillman, Governor: I have Jack
Prloe in jail here for the murder of Dave
Ward law. There are strong rumors of lynch-1
lng. Give me an order to call on the militia j
ai ID1B place li UWCIHvajJ. Alt jniuco IIV
white. Eight In Jail for murder. I think I
need a guard. F. W. R. Nance.
In a little while the captain of the Abbeville
Rifles received the following:
"ToCaptW. C. McGowan, Comrnaudlng
Rlflea: Hold your command In readiness,
subject to the order of Sheriff Nance.
B. R. Tillman, Governor."
And tbe Sheriff received the following:
"To F. W. R. Nance, Sheriff: Have Instructed
Rifles to assist you If necessary. Don't
get frightened at shadows and order out military
unless it is necessary. B. R. Tillman.
Later Information from McCormlck states
i that Mr. Wardlaw la still alive.
Waa An Innocent Man Lynched 7
A young lady in Barnwell was recently as.
aaulted. A negro named Harvey waB arrested,
but tbe young lady failed to Identify him,
and search waa made for another negro
named John Peterson. Tbe negro learned
that be waa wanted. He sought protection
from Governor Tillman. He was then taken
to Barnwell to face tbe enlurlated mob. He
sought to be taken in the presence of the
lady. 8be failed to recognize blm. She said :
"I don't know him air, that don't look like
r blm at all. He is the^ame color, that's all.
He don't talk like tbe man ; be Is thinner In
the Dace, and wae as dark as this man, but bis
eyes don't look like blm."
He waa then banged to a tree, when a thous
and pistols shots were fired at bis body.
To Give More Reading Matter.
If any subscriber feels that we are not glv?
lngasmucb reading; matter as be desires, wa
would state that we hope to make arrangements
by next week, bo as to materially Increase
the amount and variety of our reading
MB. WABDLAW IS NOT DEAD.
The Wounded Man Still Lingers on
' the Shores of Time.
On our first page will be fouDd the statement
that Mr. David A. Ward law died on
Monday morning at eight o'clock. The following
telegram which was received ten mlnntes
after six o'clock states that Mr. Wardlaw
is still alive:
McCormlck, 8. C.. April 25,1893.
P. W. R. Nance. Bherifl:
Wardlaw still alive. Don't anticipate any
trouble to-n<gbt. ixx>k out.
M. L. B. Sturkey.
Htlll BCUer ACW*->luerv tm MMwpo.
I At 6,OS yesterday evening, a telegram was
j j received by Dr. Neuffer from J. L. Lyon to
J- the effect tbat:
i "Dave is better. To-day pulse good. Open|
ed bis eyes and seemed to recog nlze sister."
Saratoga at Greenwood.
Excelsior Saratoga water sold on draught
by W. R. Bailey. The water is brought direct
from Saratoga and is dispensed in precisely
the same condition in which it flows from the
spring at Saratoga, and Is Bold at 5 cents per
f:lass. Call and get a pamphlet. W. K. Baiey's
Drag Store, Green wood; 8. C. It
Victor sweeps at cost at W.Joel Smith <t
Good stock of Scovll and handled hoes at
SOJlliU a ouuo.
We have the largest and prettiest line or
samples for ordering gents clothing that we
have ever carried. Smith A Sons.
Call on J. H. Latimer and get your garden
Bay yonr chewing and Ball Durham smoking
tobacco from Aug. W. Smith.
Do yoa want a beautiful and stylish buggy ?
If so. call on A. M. Hill & Sons.
Slippers for Easter. - All styles, at C. P.
Hammond & Co.
Ontrageons Conduct Which Stop* n
For some months past there bas beeD friction
between the Ferguson Academy, and the
Colored Presbyterian church at this place.
The pastor, Rev. E. W. Williams, was removed
from the presidency of the college over
which he had presided since its election, but
has been retained by the congregation as pastor
of the church.
Ever since he was superseded In the college
by another, he and his congregation have
been suojected to various petty annoyances.
It is reported to us that Rev. Williams undertook
last week to carry on a protracted meeting,
when the church lamps were broken, and
because of this fact, and threats, the meeting
This newspaper is perfectly Indifferent an to
whether or not Rev. WilllamB holds religious
meetings, but we submit that II he or bis congregation
desire to bold ouch meetings they
should be protected in the exercise of the
right whloh is vouchsafed to them by the
laws of this country.
Rev. Williams has been ImpollUc and a little
exacting In requiring bis scholars and his
church members to adopt the higher and better
standards ot morality and citizenship,
and be, like all reformers, has incurred the
displeasure of persons whose personal or Individual
standards may be dlflerent irom those
which the pastor may desire to establlsb.
The school bouse, or college, Is on the same
lot with the church, and the buildings are
only a few feet apart. It is not unreasonable
for people to believe that If the president or
the college desired to do so, be could stop the
unbecoming annoyance to which Rev. Williams
and his congregation are continually
we care nothing at all about who may have
charge of Ferguson Academy, and we care
nothing at all as to who may be pastor of the
colored Presbyterian cburcb, but we think
injury and insults to people who
are attempting to worship their Maker,
should be stopped, and ttiat some effort
should be made to bring about a belter state
As far as we are informed, Rev, Williams
has not attempted to injure the Ferguson
Academy by descending to any unlawful or
improper methods. It is true that be has set
up a school In whlcb be may teach the chlldreu
of bis friends. This be had a moral and
legal right to do, and his act In no wise Justifies
the disreputable practices that have been
resorted to In order to remove him from the
pastorate, and to deprive bim of the means ol
making an honest living.
The Freedmen's Board of Education who
have control of the Ferguson Academy have
Intermeddled with a man who was doing a
noble work for bis race, and instead of order
and peace, a rule of lawlessness has been Inaugurated.
TELEGRRPH AND EXPRESS,
Reforms Needed In Both Lines ol
nf,kA ^ainan/|? that A KKjsvIIIa hflvp
JL lie puunv UDUinuun vun? ?*vmv ?f>?v
better accommodations in the telegraph and
Recently a passenger on the Q., C. <& X.
trains coming this way desired to telegraph
to hla people at home to meet the train with
a carriage for the sick lady in bis charge. He
was toldtbat tbe railroad company oquM not
take tbe message; that he must wait ontll an
office of the Western Union telegrapb company
was reached. At Apex in North Carolina
sncb an office was reached, and the telegram
was delivered to that office between
four and live o'clock in the afternoon. The
telegram requested that a carriage be sent to
the G., C. & N. depot at four o'clock next
morning. It was not delivered antll nine
o'clock?Ave hoars after tbe arrival of tbe
Tbe question now is, has the telegraph companies
tbe right to deceive their customers in
Have tbey tbe right to take money forservloea
wblcb are not performed in due time ?
Should tbe G., C. * N. so far surrender tbelr
rights, and to the injury of tbelr passengers ?
If the <?.. C. A N. railway company have no
right to take telegrams from their passengers,
then shoo Id not tbe railroad company axsume
to send sucb telegrams at the expense of the
Does anybody doubt that the delays In delivery,
such as we have Just recited, will work
injury not only to individual passengers, but
to tbe company itself?
Doesn't It seem to be a short sighted policy
wblcb would deny a passenger who has a
sick person in charge the right to order a carriage
to meet tbe train at any depot?
As nearly every town In America has a free
delivery of express freight, wby cannot AbhAvliln
have it? If not a iree delivery, then
let us have a pay delivery.
ARE WE TO LOSE THE SHOPS?
Does (he City Charter Include' all of
We have bad many prophets of evil concern*
log our railroad shopB,aod all of tbelr predictions
bave come to naught, but now It. seems
that tbey bave found another lion In the
path. Tbey now Bay that the ground selected
for the location of the shops Is outside tbe
limits of the town. Of this latter statement
we cannot Bpeak definitely.
The limits of the town extend for one mile
and a quarter toward the cardinal points,
making a square.
By measuring In this way tbe limits at tbe
shortest distance lrom the Court House is a
fraction less tban nine-tenths of a mile.
Supposing then that tbe railroad shops are
half way between tbe South and West points
the shops aod all those houses In that neighborhood
are not Id tbe town.
Tbe determination of tbe limits raises still
another question, doeB tbe line extend one
mile and a quarter from tbe Conrt House by
tbe usual route or travel, or uoes it extend
one mile ana a quarter in a straight line, as
the crow flies?
According to tbe measurement by tbe public
road, tbe extreme limits of tbe shop yards
lsouiy a little sbortof a mile and a quarter
from the Court House, while the mile post
stands a little this side ot tbe nearest part of
tbe land to tbe village.
Tbe matter of distance, however, can be
readily remedied by act ol the Legislature, so
an to definitely and specifically include all of
Brooklyn and the shops wltbfn tbe corporate
A Free Ride and a Jolly Time lor
The railroad folk having offered tbe boys a
free ride to Columbia last Monday, quite a
number accepted the opportnnl ty to spend a
night at tbe capital. Among those wbo are
reported to have gone are: L. H. Russell, Jr.,
A. R. Syfan, W. w. Marshall, L. V. Young, T.
L. Douglass, B. P. Hughes, W. P. Beard, G. W.
Mllford, T. C. Seal, W. F. Beard, James Chalmers,
J. L. Burnett, J. H. Mcjilll, F. A. Spellman,
J. C. Ellis, S. N. Williams.
They attended what is termed a Wage
Workers meeting tbat night, and, Judging
from tbe utterances of some of ourTllimanlte
brethren of tbe press, quite a number of them
are scared nearly out of their boots.
It is real funny to see bow earnestly some
of tbe biethren disease a harmless Utile ex
cursioo. roe orKumzuuuu ui Lilt) Wtkgtnraruera,
like that of the farmers, bas no politics
Tbelr chief object Is social recreation, and
the cultivation of brotherly feeling. The
kindness of the railroads in offering free
transportation is one of those pleasant things
tbat do not often oome except to those who
are not In politics.
PASSING UNDEK THE ROD.
The Bore Affliction ot the Fnmlly of
Mr. John R. Blake, Jr.
The family of Mr. John R. Blake, Jr., of
this village has been sorely afflicted of late
Sears. To say nothing of former afflictions,
Is seven year old son is now and bas been
quite sick. About & week ago, In the middle
or tbe day, he surprised bis parents by asking
tbem wby they did not light tbe lamps. It
was then discovered that ne had lost his vision,
and could see nothing. He could noi
even tell tbat It was day llitbL In great distress
tbey hurriedly sent for tbelr physician,
and be In turn Bought tbe council of other
Tbey could do nothing. Tbey could only
hope that nature would assert Itself, and that
bis sight might thus be restored.
Imagine tbe distress of tbe parents, if you
can, at tbe blindness of tbe cblld wblcb
tbreathened to become permanent.
But In a day or two, evidence of returning
sight was apparent, and his parents hope thai
a short while will bring blm around ali
"" f"be cblld bad been suffering from grip, and
It Is boped .tbat tbe affection of the eyes wat
nothing more serious than the result of tbe
large doses of quinine tbat were necessary.
Dr. Grler to Entertain (he People ol
Abbeville, Friday Night.
Dk. W. M. Grier will deliver a popular lecture
Id tbe Court House next Friday qlght
under tbe auspices of tbe ladles of tbe A. It.
Presbyterian cburcb. Tbe well-known scholarship
and oratorical gilts of tbe speaker
warrant us in promising a rare treat to those
who attend. Tickets on sale at Speed's Drug
Store. Price of admission 25 cents.
WILL SHOW 1
A Great Variety
Coming in by ]
The leadiDg shapes of the seaso
med to suit all classes of purchasers
Haddon's mllliDery is growin
The latest styles and lowest prices f
In medium price Dress Goods.
BARGAINS IN DRESS
As the Reason advances we hi
Fabriques which we wish to close,
dress pattern^ former price $1.25 ai
Another big bargain. A few ;
price $1, closing price 89c.
10 pieces all the leading shad
market for less than 75c.
In black and all the leading col
WASH DRESS FABRIC
We have never before shown
Wash Dress materials.
We show the greatest variety ii
for this season excel all others.
25 pieces White and Colored D
values of the season.
Beautiful Dotted Swiss at 12Jc
BEAUTIFY YOUR HO*
Nothing adds so much to joui
Lace Curtain. 50 pairs White and
tains 75 to $2.50 pair.
MAKE HOME COMFOl
By getting a set of our Roller
Beautifully "Dadoed" 39c to $1.501
CORNICE POLES AND
Cherry, Antique Oak and Wall
50 inch wide Silk and Wool ma
50 dozen yards Cream, Black i
new patterns just opened.
30 dozen Fast Black Silk Mi
large sizes 25c up.
Black and Colored just in.
All numbers in Red and Black,
PARASOLS AND UMB1
A full Hue and the Drices to Bui
IV Ml 11
Are Now Ready to S \
of Spring and S i
Fancy and Dark Colored Toularda.
"Ruxtons" and "Tontine Crepes."
Pretty Striped Dimities.
Plain. Btrlped and Checked Lawns
Checked Linens and Cheviots for
Mens Coats and Boys Waists.
"Outings" for Ladies Dresses, Tennis
A good line of Black Cashmeres and
cheap Colored Worsteds.
We have a splendid stock of Cottonndes,
Jeans, Casslmerec, Tickings,
Bleached, Brown and Checked Homespuns.
"Negligee" Shirts for Men and Boys
in great variety of style and price.
Our half Laundrled "Negligee" and
Puff Bosom Shirts are very handsome
and very cheap.
Ask to see our Puff Bosom Dress
Shlrta at 91.
"Elghmle's" Laundrled Shirts at
91.25 and Uniaundrled at 91, gone back
to the old price, and the best fitting
Shirt in the world.
Gents Light Jeans Drawers with knit
Anklets. And the "Bull Dogs" are the
leaders for Summer wear in this line.
"Wire Buckle" and "Vertical Slide
Back" SuBpenders are the best to be
Our Summer "4 in Hand Ties" at 15c,
20c and 25c are all the go. Also Windsors
Bows aud Scarfs are sbown by ub
in great variety.
TT7"? 1 a i
W e U11C51" tULC JL* UX1U
Dress Ginghams at 6^0.
"Cballles" worth sod 7c. at5o.
"Barker Mills" Bleached Homeapan.
A splendid 4-4 goods. Regular price
10c., at 8J^c.
Alter a long and varied experience In the
both foreign and domestic, I am fully persuaded
efficacy In the treatment of afflictions of the K
water of which I have made trial.
This opinion Is based upon observation of I
, years, during which time I have prescribed It
the medicable maladies above mentioned.
When failure to relieve has occurred, I havi
for my experience teaches me, that from one tc
to jour weens, 10 secure us iuii remtuiai euttu.
, J. T. Harris, Waterloo. 8. C. :
Dear Sir?I find great benefit from the use of
lo, nnd general regulator of tbe digestion, an wi
which Llthla Is considered fomewhat of a specif
My wife has been using your Llthla Water ai
every respeot equal to tbe famous Buffalo Llthla
r Harrison & Game
Dr. P. B. Speed, A
Dr. D. C. DuPre, (
Dr. Pressly & Son
THIS WEEK i
of New Things f
Every Freight. #
n. Hata trimmed and untrim- T
ig more popular every season. %
ire bound to win. 4
ive odds and ends in fine Dress f
JuHt now we have a few fine ^
id $1.50, reduced to $1.10. W
patterns, all new shades, former A
lea at 50c. Never offered in this J
ore, 24 and 28 in, wide, 60c to $1. ^
any thing to equal our line of ^
i White Goods. Our purchases d
otted Organdies. The greatest #
on sale this week. V
r parlor or sitting room as a nice \
I Ecru "Nottingham Lace" Cur- d
Blinds. All the leading tints. ^
i shade. w
tkes a nice dress for Summer. T
aid Colored Silk Laces. All '
tts. Small, medium and extra
iow a Splendid Stock *
Collara, Caffi. Handkercblelb, Gauze MJ
Uaderveata aua all sort* of Oeota Fur
Come and see oar 8traw Hats. We
bave Just opened tbem up and can
show you something nice so mucb eas- *
ier than we can tell you about tbem. Just
if yoo want a nice Crash Hat we'vo
Come and see our wTourlst" and Staple
We bave four lines of samples for
Suite or single garments made to order.
Fit and satisfaction guaranteed. AT
A nice lot of Fanoy Pants Jnst In. I/Jj
"Bull Dog" Breeches for Men and
Boys Bull Dog Knee Pants at 35o and
"Base Ball" Sbo?>s at 91 a pair. <g j
Black and Colored "Tennis" Shoe* at I J
Jas. Means Shoes $3, SI and Dark
Horse W.50 are the host for the money,
and for sale only by W. Joel Smith A
Pocket and Table Cutlery, Rasors
and Scissors, from the cheapest to the |
best. ^ |
Cotton Planters. Wheelbarrows, *
"Dixie Boy" Plows, bandied and genuine
Buggy Wbips and Summer Lap
All kinds of Beavy Groceries and L
Canned Goods. r
wing Leaders for ?
Good Dress Prints at 6%o>
"Gloria" 8un Umbrellas, fall alzea,
at 97c, 81.17 and 91.27. g j
"Satteen" guaranteed Fait Black
Sun Utnbrellaa at 73c, 87c and 99c.
9IA WATER, h
Springs, S. C.
use of Mineral Water* from many source*, fron
that HARRIS' IJITHIA WATER possesses 8lre(
idney and Bladder unequalled by any otber Re
ts effects on my patients for the past three A1
freely and almost uniformly with benefit in
?imputed It to Insufficient use of tbe Water,
? two quarts daily should be taken from tw?
A. N. TALLY, M. D., Columbia, S. C. ?*"?'
your Lltbia Water. I consider it a One ton
3ii as very eucaciuus iu iuu?o umimn ?jo
JUDGE J. B. KERSHAW, Camden, 8. C. J' W
ad Ih very muob benefited. I consider It ia
JUDGE J. S. COTHRAN, Abbeville, 8. C.
, Abbeville, S. C.
bbeville, S. C. ^
Greenwood, S. C.
, Troy, S. C.
'S --M- '
. ) : ;
Have this Season
Takes the E
Because their attractive
all that is desirable
nrL. i x ii r a <a:
J. lie largtJtst uue ui xuiua turn viuua ux
Changeable Silks, Silk Surahs, Bengali
Never have we had such a trade in Silks
onr original pnrohases. The verdiet o
that it is the most beantifnl ever offered
Onr stock of Blaok Dress Goods canno
SILKS, GLORIAS, EPINGLES, WHIP
and all the most desirable fabrios extant
elegant assortment of Pongees, Fine A
Onr line of Percales for Dresses, Waists
to be found anywhere. The department
ites, and if the ladies will examine our
es, Handkerchiefs, Laces, Trimmings, &
ing an elegant line of White Goods is
can always find with us a most completi
Oil Cloths, Towels, Napkins, Doylies, S
see an artiole of real merit as well as be
Onr atnnV in all lines is conmlete and
I may favor us with a call the very best a
) If there are any two lines in whioh w
! LADIES DRESS GOODS AN
) We are thankful to a generons pu
) continuance of the same,
HARRISON & I
ONE OF THE LARGEST AND PRETTIEST
ilverware in the 13
the thing for WEDDING PRESENTS. We also have
OCKS, SPECTACLES, GOLD PBJ
of every description at PRICES TO 8UIT THE TIMES
b Jewel Railroad
adjusted to beat and cold, and offer tbem at prices tb
onrl \A/o+^hoc RpnfliTPH
a.1IT U' viivm 1%/^un ww.
r. McGhee against J. W. Wells.-Exe- I 1 III |
kT VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION TO ME VA,VU
cted, In the above stated case, I will sell to
highest bidder, at Public Auction, within
legal boars of sale, at Abbeville C. H., 8. ,
on MONDAY, the 1st day ol MAY. 013,16 0.
>? 1893, all the right, title and Interest of J.
Wells In the following desorlbed property, |ti
rit: One-haif Interest In all that lot or
?1 of land with the g
Two Story Brick Store given In a mc
eon, in the town of Greenwood, S. C.* R?yuold8&c
ting on Main street, and bounded by Bird vor of Qeo*
?t and lands of A. Rosenberg and T. F. ??rde<,? w0 w
y Greenwood, y
so all that vacant lot, containing MAY 4th, 1S?
I tho fnllna? I ntr
8 or less, fronting on Railroad Avenue. In 1 aU'DUluU
town of Greenwood, and bounded by lot .
'alter Bailey, Mlckler and others. J 25'fit Pi H
vied on and to be sold as the property of
.Wells, to satisfy the aforesaid Execu- Seized and I
and costs. TERMS?Cash. Cllntock, Key
V. W. R. NANCE, gage and 00814
8herlff Abbeville County. TERMS?Ca
irll 8, 1893, .It April 17,1895
?Z : GRAY
Wanted at Once.
m PKpnnptip vnrr*m MEM of eood
add reus, who can furnish horse to sell
collect for "The Singer Manufacturing
pany" In Abbeville and adjoining coun.
H. Mob^M^ jft.gjf&B
,r" "i ?WE"' a"enW,>0d'S'C' March ?. IS!
. : ; ' V/Kv';"- >>. V
' " " -*w-, --v *.f 5-V--.V I
the Stock of Gooi
I ? v n
ye or tne Jjaaies
i Stock of Dress Goods
in Fabrics, Styles and
Iks for Dresses and Waists ever offer
nes in all the most delicate and fa
, and already we have found it nece
f the ladies who have seen our stock
t be surpassed. Among these may b
CORDS, SERGES, HENRIETTAS, 1
this season. In WASH DRESS G
pples, Cloths, Lawns, Ginghams, Ch
and Shirts, is the most extensive a
of WHITE GOODS has always beei
Lawns, India Linens, Mulls, Hainso<
c., they will find that our reputation
9 stock of fall width Sheetings, Tab
orim China and Japan Mattings, &o?
auty ask. for the Towel we sell at 25
1 attractive, and we are now prepare
e ezoel this season, they are
ID GENTS READY-MADI
l-''- nrnnli^ uo
U11U iur ptVBt xavuiD) cuiu nuuiu ica
l' selections op HHp!
i on band 1*16
r have al
i osaary for?
rs AND JEWELRY o?DEF^CTIV
I. We make a specialty of ISpeotaolef
I . ? promptly and
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7 April 12, 1883
at will alarm tbe nut Ives.
on Short Notice The ^
The Green woo
J-A_IjES Petition to
f South Carolina, The Green
beville County. ?TS"*P
3 OF THE POWER OK SALE wood, adjoin It
rtgage,executed by MuCllntock, Carolina Ralli
0..0n December 20tb, 1880. In fa- tbe Bide tracS
.1. Lombard & Co., and duly re- vllle Railroad
111 sell at public Auction, In wood Cotton F
ioutb Carolina, on THURSDAY, Door, Saab an
1, wltbln the legal hours of sale, Said compress
described property, to wit: Ibe following ?
t, . ? ? ? . Seven (7) tru(
Power Erie C. C. Enpe, Ni??un?
Iteel Return Molar Boiler. ?*??'-?
tJ iL 600 feet2>4 lm
o be sold as the property of McIHlin
fatkt. n1<l p
nolds * Co., to satisfy said mort2
h Three (3) ste
and a large lot
? TERMS OF S
DON & GRAYDON, on a credit of
? .. ? from day of sal
Agents for Mortgagees. chHger aDd m(
? leave to the pu
30ND HAND SAFETY BICY- April 6,1883, <
lieutuireP?Sfir baU We bave ba
' J.C.HARPER. tailor made clt
)3,3t Antrevllle, S, C. and satisfactloi
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is that t
ed in this market.
shionable shades. 5 '
ssary to duplicate J
of Dress Goods is \
e found J 1
JDNS VEILINGS S
OODS we have an ^
ambrays, &o., &o. r
nd the handsomest ^
l one of our favor- r
>ks, Dotted Swiss- #
for always carry- 4
le Damasks, Table r
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3d to give all who S
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L THE IN8TRCMENT8 NEC:arefully
examining the eye*.
accurately selected for all kind*
E VISION requiring glasses.
ind Eye Glass Repairing
carefully attended to.
rwooD, - s. c.
3 of South Carolina,
TY OF" ABBEVILLE,
IT OF COMXOX PLEAS,
A. Hand, Petitioner,
d Compress Company and Jesse
Foreclose Mecbanlc's Lien.
) OF AN ORDER OF 8ALE
>ove slated case. I will offer for
jutcry at Abbeville C. H., 8. C.,
Y IN MAY, 1883, within
i of sale, the following described
.te in said 8tate and County,
wood Cotton Compress,
lot described as follows: All
arcel ot land, known as the
m press In the town of Green,
ig the Port Royal and Western
oad Company's right of way,
; of the Columbia and GreenCompany
leading to the Greenactory,
the lot occupied by the
d Bllcd Factory, and others.
Is complete and includes also
irllcles, to wit:
lulins each 50 feet square, i
J (1000) pounds bagging,
h tire hose,
:b mauilla rope,
el boilers of 150 horse power,
of cotton ties.
SALE?One-half cash, balance
twelve months, wltb interest
le, secured by bond of the purartgage
of the premises, with
rchaser to pay all cash.
J. C. KLUGH, Master.
J long experience in ordering
>tblnz and can guarantee a fit
a. W. Joel Smith & Sons.