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[S ??^??????????????? ?????? ????? 1 The Abbeville Press and Banner, j I BY HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1893. ESTABLISHED 1844 | Y< I An Elegant F. M. AI s ??-?-? 6 Ml AID LAID m SALE VIVB, wuwtm mnv A Rare Opportunity for Any 0n< Desiring to Move to Due West to Educate a Family. (WILL SELL MY HOUSE AND LAN I in Due West at low price anil on eusj terms. Lot No. One [1,] Han on it a I wo story dwelling bouse of Dint room* (eight of which have Are place*,) pan try and cook room, all freshly covered wltt tin. Out homes, .Ample In number, room} and convenient. Among these in a servant'! house with two rooms, each with a fire place A well of water unsurpassed In purity anc coolness. Fronting on Main Street Is a Brick House 16 x 3& feet with u tire place and divided InU ? two rooms by a partition. Vegetable garden and orchard in fine con ' dillon, and well stocked with fruits and ber ries of the most reliable and approved va ri6ll6Si This lot has a frontage on Main Street o 140 yards and coniain* tbtrty-elght or tort; a;;ret>,eightor t?*n of which are In pasture connected with the stock lot, and very con venlent. The land lies well, Is productive and yleld? nnnually considerable nrewood. A laborer'f bouse on same with two rooms. With this will be sold, If purchaser desirM sufficient household and kltebeu furniture farm and garden utensils to tit It for lmme dlate occupancy. Lot No. Two [2,] Will be sold separately or with No. 1, to suit purchaser. It Join* N'?. 1 and has a frontage on Main Street ot 70 yards and contains between three and four acres of very rich land. It has on It a bouse of two rooms In gooc repair; Is a choice building lot; and with tlx tireseut houxe us a nucleus, could be cheapIj enlarged lor a small tanilly. Possession given October 1, or earlier If dc Blred. Examination of premises and correspon * dence Invited. TT7_ TTA/VT? VT lli. UVV1/. Jaly 12,1883, tf [bmibrim 26E0, 8. WILSON & UU?: I Watts, S. C., J jAre Making First Class Brick.# # Persona who may need brick In w j any quantity will And It to their In- A v terem to correspond with uh. \ ^Orders Solicited & Promptly Filled? W S. WILSON & C0.| X April 1?, 1893. 2 ' IHI IP?FALL! The beRt line of SHOES AND HARNESS we have ever carried. We have anything in tho . SHOE AND HARNESS LINE i the trade mny wish. * SHOES AND HARNESS made new for very little money. | Closing oat our summer ! MS AND i. SLIPPERS. Come at Once. See us, C. P. HAMMOND & CO, A Preserver. Compound Extract of NSALYX * for preserving fruit and Vegetables bi ! COLD PROCESS f > / ?For sale at? SPEED'S DRUG STORE 3UR In addition to my I Line of CA which ! -.LE1ST, GrH 'Sheriff's Sale. j Allen & Cooley against E. W. Campbell.?Ex- j edition. By viktue of an execution to me directed, in the above stated case, I will sell to > the highest bidder, at Public Auction, wjth' in the legnl hours of sale, at Abbeville, C. H., 8. C.,on MONDAY, the 4th day of SEPTEMBER. A. D.. 1893, all the right, title and Inter* , est of E. W. Campbell, In the following described property, to wit: That tract of land | In Abbeville County, S. C., containing Fifty-Five  Acres, more or lets, bounded by lands of \V. F. ' Campbell, J. M. Campbell, J. B. Hampton aud * others. Levied on nnd to be sold as the property of E. W. Campbell, to satisfy the aforesaid ex TfDVIC raoh Ctu IIUU aiiu V.UDK? VOOUi \ F. W. R. NANCE, [ Sheriff Abbeville County. i ^ Aug. 7,1303,4t I Is Your Life Worth Anything i to others ? Are there not i persons dependent on ; your earnings for their support? Are they provided for in case of your death? The simplest and 1 safest way of assuring 1 their protection is life insurance. Business, pro fessional, and working 1 men generally, should in- j sure, for their brains or their muscles, are their capital and income too. Death stops them both. Insure in the Equitable Life and death cannot stop your salary or steal your capital, and your loved ones will be safe from want W. J. RODDEY, General Agent for the Carolina*, ROCK HILL, South Carolina. fun mm,, GREENVILLE, S. C. rpHE NEXT SESSION will begin SEPTEMJ BER 27.1693. The climate 1ft salubrious, the course of study extensive and thorough, i he expenses moderate. Write for catalogue ' and full information to President, C. Manly, D. D. July 26.1883, tf ] DUE WEST IBM 1MB. VTEXT SESSION WILL BEGIN OCTOBER ^ L^1 2d, 1698. Good advantages. Christian Influences. Low rates. Vocal teacher highly recommended by the New England Conservatory of Music. Send for catalogue. Mrs. L. M, BONNER, Principal. H. E. BONNER, Vice-Principal. JUiy M), low, I. i Willi HAS IN STOCK! Shoes at Low Prices. .... I I A4 f HAM4N tiAii Vnn^ I ; uauiu ai 3 uciiis ncr iam. A Spleciid Shirt for SO Cents. I Marseilles Quilts from 69a to $1. 1 Cottooaie at 10 Cents Yard. Bed Tick at 8 to 15 Ms. ' Ready Made ? $5 to $7. ! Shirtings, all Widths. >\ = I ! 'Towels, Hosiery and Notions of all kinds, May 11,18H3, tf , A.TT] .ARGE and WELL RRIAGES. I am ottering tc LEEKTWC Special Notic rpHE UNDERSIGNED WILL I) -* tlned business after September 1 accounts must be settled (it once or pi; me nanas or any attorney, aii it WORK consisting of Watches, JEWELRY, Can be had by calling on Dr. M. A. Ba! R. B. HENNEMAJi Greenwood, S. Aug. 8,1893- tf Erskine Colleg DUE WEST, S. i Opens first Monday In October next. Offers Classical and Scici Courses. Large and handnone building completi llghtful climate. Now In the 54th year of ltd eih Total expenses for board and tuition Write for catalogue. W. M. GRIER, Pres! Aug. 9,1893, tf Bank of Lowndesvi LOWNDES VILLE, 8. C. Capital Stock Paid In 920,0 Surplus - - - 3,5 DOES A GENERAL BANKING uesp. Affords beat security and ties for depositors. Issues time certificates of deposits 1 Interest as follows: Hlx months 4 pe twelve months 5 per cent. J. B. FRANK! Presd Give Your Orders Til M illUiV UlllliiV 1 -TOJ. D. CHALMERS ABBEVILLE, July 12, 1893, tf ROBT.S. SPARKMi GREENWOOD, S. C, Insurance Agen Insurai and COTTON DEALI Me Staple Cottons a Spot nov. 2, 1892, The State of Sooth Carol County of Abbeville DDHDATP PHTTPT John G. Edwards as administrator, cu tamento annexo of estate of Lee G. deceased, plaintiff, against *' 3allna R. Davis, Catbrine Calhoun an ers, defendants. roSalina E. Davis, Cathrine Calhouc tha Wler, Sarah Ann Andrews, Ed Smith, Gertrude Smith and G. S. defendants in this action. You ARE HEREBY SUMMONEE required to answer the complaint In t tlon which Is filed In the office ot the I Court for said County and State, and b a copy of your answer on the subscrll their office at Abbeville Court House, I State and County, within twenty day the service or Uils summons on you, nlve of the duy of service. If you fall to answer this complaint the time aforesaid, the plalutlU' will a the Court for the relief demanded In tl plaint, to wit: The sale of land to p debts of the said eRtate, and for dlstrl PERRIN a COTIIR, I'lulntltr Attu Dated 10 August A. IX, I ail. (L.S.) J. K. LYON, Probate Judce. To Martha Wler, Sarah Ann Andrews, A. Smith and Gertrude Smith : Please Take Notice?That the sui of which the above Is a copy has been theofllceof the Probate Court on tl: and unless application Ik made for c ments of a Guardian ad litem for thi defendant Gertrude Smith, appllcatl be made by the plaintiff". PERRIN & COTIIR I I ill II LI II AIMI August 1 (J, 1893, (it E3NTIC , SELECTED STOCK of , PHJETONS, SPOT CASH 15UYEI JOD, IS. C. . The Perfect Female Form. Nothing is more truly artistic the aim ply-outlined oval of the iscon- fect female form, writes May hi. ail Kern in ao illustrated article on ' ^datu artistic Side of Drens Reform" in July Ladies' Home Journal. It is slightly depressed at the waist, Etc., hips are as wide as the shouh there is not an angle from top to l,ey- It is as different from the outlin r the fashionable 'wellset-up" wo '' with her squared shoulders and a C. lar hips, as a horse is from a ca We call the high belted Empire ( artistic, because they perserve oval better than the long wai ia shapes. The nude figure has no ^ne- When the weight rests eqi ? 1 upon the feet, and the body is C upright, the smallest measuremen the waist is about where the mo< belt is placed. But let the body 1 to one side, and the point of inte tlon of the hip and side muscles beover an inch above the former line. This is why field laborers, < to the slenderest young girl, . D "short waisted," For hygienic ?" sons the belt should never be pi: below this point, and by thus shoi *' ing the straight under arm seam ,81.60. nn Inch the beauty of the uncors waist is materially aided. Ident m t m Music In The Home.?I want II call the attentiou of mothers to [110- importance of music in the he Busy mothers are too apt to "hi their children when they sinj whistle. It is just as natural for s children to sing as it is for the bl on no aQd it seems to me almost wicket hush their little voices. To be s 00 00 one does get tired of hearing si songs an me time, uuuu as a Rooney," "Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay," busi- but we should have patience and U l faciii- the little ones other songs, with pi searing a*re an(* easy words; then they ir cent, soon stop the street music. I know of a mother who has ] 3 her children in the kindergarten i ' they were nine years old merely ent have them learn the attractive s< which are taught there. These < dren go to a primary school in For afternoon. This mother will not gage a nursemaid whocanuot sing ^1 r? read ; yet she says her children li^ll not naturally musical, and oik |j m them cannot sing a note correctly, I liil she allows him to think that he U \J because he truly loves music, and s day he may learn. They have piano in tho house, because they not afford one, and cannot spare S funds necessary to employ a m teacher. Neither father nor mo can play on any musical instrum yet should you listen some rainy at the nusery door, you would "Oh! what a musical family; how those little children sing." Yes, I !j sing from their hearts, because t ' are happy, and because they 1 8- c- never been "hushed up." When I , attempted a hew song they were couraged, and so was kept bright a ii pleasant by music. If the baby f nil ^iey d? not allow it to cry, but pic ri,1J up and sing to it. When the tired tie feet come pattering in, after a ] day's run, mamma or nurse wash little face and hands, and they all down and sing sweet songs togei PTT while waiting for their supper. J " When these children are men women, how pleasant it will bt them to remember their nursery so Rich and poor should have mush [ICG their homes; it is a great safegi against much that i9evil. We do need to be skilled musicians in o to make children happy. SR. A Suggestion For A Poet.?Ma i. F. Tupper was at one time imrnen llflilV P?Pular-both in Englaud and Ai ca. Grace Greenwood says of poetry that it was of a "brief the furious fashion," and she goes oi illustrate his British inability to Man American joke by a story of j mystification by Senator Tom win. ' One evening the two sat togethe a public dinner, and Mr. Cor win ceeded to discourse on the divine m tes- of poetry in a manner delightfully smith surd, but rather puzzling to a poet. "Why Mr. Tupper," he asked, you poets always make the heart seat of love? Now I should lo d oth. that passion in quite another org. the liver." "Why, bless your soul, Mr. Con you're not speaking seriously !" i. Mar- "Perfectly, my dear sir! For win a. ample, wheu ayoung man's in love Cude, heart is seldom affected, but his I always is. He loses his appetite, there are obstacles, he peaks and pi > and You surely have observed it! M hu ac- y0U p0ets ought to let the heart a 'robate an(] (jea| wjth the liver. I would t a nerve ^ave changes made in tie old po bers at jn accordance with physioloj ln 8ald truth." h after "But, my dear sir, what about exciu. rhyme and the rythm. "Oh, those littlie things could b within ranged. For instance, take the PP'y 10 two lines of Byron's 'Maid of Atlu lie com< it a "Maid of Athens, ere we part. button. (live, Oh! give me back my lieu \N, "Now, how simple the change rn8y' how satisfactory: "Maid of Athens, ere we sevei Give, Oil! give me back my live Edwin ?Youth's Cmnpanio namons tiled in Waitress; "Mr. Kickard ,says ils date cofle tastes like boiled tar." ippolnt-j Cook: "You go back an' tell b infant there ain't been no tar in this h on will' for ten years. What he tastes is ja little Boot that dropped into the ?r foo tuit nft" iJi^. stovRiiine. Home 1 rneys. is always Huspisiouin' that thin^ wrong with their victuals." >N, PL FURNITURE, MATTINGS BUGGIES, Wj IS at ROCK BOTTOM , - Next X] than 1 iNew but the ft J. W. 3DX i?f umu VCome in and bee our comple iress J)ry Goods, Clothing, Millinery, isted ^e,? a gl'and dislpay, a great stock a belt prices at the low water mark. No held ^oe Pncef} below on our lc, 2c, 3c,4c, t of lend ?ne Counter. rpec- 1 Stron Beads. / wi|1 1 Child's Handkerchief. l ii 1 Pencil Sharpener. De,c 1 LeadTencll with Rubber. }V6D 2 Lend Pencils without Rubber. are J ??Pfr.,PlC8?? 1 Whistle. rea- I Pencil Tablet QCed 1 Crochet Needle. ten- 1 Spool Darning Cotton. ... 1 Memorandum Book. 1 t>y i Spool Twist. . . eted 1 Paper Tacks. 1 Paper good Needles. 1 Open and Shut Fan. 1 Palmetto Fan. 1 Set Jack Stones. Jq 1 Package of Envelopes. ' +1.0. Vi Dozen slate Pencils. tue i Finger Ring; >me. 1 Key Ring. iah" 1 Dice. I 1 s i 15IOCKOI uiewmguum, ome 1 Buttou Hook. [rds 1 Cigar. lS"B> 10 Marbles. J to j gox Blueing. lure, 1 Toy Rake. frpftfc 1 Toy Hotj, "rfj 1 Toy Pick. Dine i pistol. etc., 1 Ball Sewing Thread. sa6h win Five Cent Counter. 1 Paper Best English Pins. kept 1 Draught Board. ,ntil 1 Dozen Dress Steels. ,,u" 1 Tracing Wheel. r to i Shaving Brush. >ng8 1 Hatchet. i1 the l American Magazine, en- 4 Mouse Tray. nnfi 1 Ladles Cloth Belt. auu 1 Quire good Paper, are 1 Package of Envelopes. ; of 1 Day Book (Large Size.) Ki.f 1 Dozen Skeins Turkey Red Floss. 1 Paper Weight and Pin Cushion, cau, 1 Pack Smofcing Tobacco. OUie 1 Pepper Bottle. 1 Salt Bottle. no 1 Bottle Shoe Polish cau- 1 Bottle Colored Ink, the 1 Lamp Burner. nair> 1 Cake Shaving Soap. 1 Memorandum Book. tner l Good Rubber Comb, ent: 1 Hoach Comb. j.? 1 Pair Corset Stays, (5 Hooks.) aay 1 Rubber Doll, Say, 1 Dozen Marbles. 1 well 1 Stereoscopic View. 1 Large Slate. , J 1 Buch Rick Rack Braid. they 1 Strau Beads. lave 1 Card Agate Buttons, (Large Size.) Hmu 1 Solid Rubber Ball. 1 Dozen Metal Dresa Buttons, eu- 1 Large Pencil Tablet, (180 LeaveH.) am] 1 Match Safe. 1 Base Ball. J*11"! 4 Colored Pencils, k ll 1 Large Box Mason's Blacking. lit- 1 Harness Hook. i___ 1 Good Harp. l?ng 1 Dozen Good Pens. tne 1 Face Powder Box. | 8jt 1 Cabinet Hair Plus. . 1 Cake Moss Rose Toilet Soap. nei. 1 Large Bowl. 1 Cream Pitcher (Glass.) and 1 Wine Glass. . 1 Excelsior Needle Case. 5 ,or 1 Yasd Good Elastic, ngs. l Good Open and Shut Fan. 2 in 1 Mouse Trap. iior?< 1 Good Handerchesf. nam j (sjagg rce cream Saucer, not l Lacing Cord. rJer 1 GlassMug. 1 Pair Suspenders. 1 Rubber Ball. 1 Chalk Line (20 feet.) 1 Pad Lock. 1 Two-Pocket Purse. irtin 1 Ball Colored Knitting Cotton, .v 1 Windsor Tie. -eiy 1 Pair Lad I es'Hose. ner- l Pair Men's Socks, bis * Ladles' Linen Collar. '?gi' ! f? fKrt"'1El"""'pe" u iu i jtiuncn ?noe traces. take } Whisk Broom. l, ju 1 Key Ring. ,, 1 Sllverine Waiter. Cor- l Large Box Blueing. 1 Ball Potash. _ ?f 1 Glass Pickle Dish. r al 1 Towel. pro- i Bottle Cologne. ju t 12 Envelopesand Quire Good Paper. ?i, 1 Bag Marbles. al)* 1 Bridle Bit. 1 Dozen Screw Hooks. "do 1 Gimlet Bit. n,n 1 Dozen Wood Screws. uie 1 Set Tea Spoons. Cate 1 Lamp Cbimuey. .ti 1 Saw Handle. 1 Dozen Staples. 1 .->et Leather Washers. A ill, 1 Pair But Hinges. 1 Pocket Knife. av 1 Collar Button, f*V 1 Curry Comb. , 1118 1 Thermometer. jver 1 'ron Bhelf Bracket. 1 Can Opener. iT 1 Paper Cap Pistol. DCS, 1 Inkstand. row 1 leather Belt. lone 1 Wood P'P0 veil ?? 1 ASHEVILLEFEMALE COLLEGE' the QPECIAL ATTRACTIONS: MATCHLESS ^5 climate. Wonderful health record, lie llghtful homellfe. Well ordered courses of in- i BUT- Ht.ructlon. Thoroughly equipped gymnasium. < first Music under the celebrated Prof.Grubau Germany(. Art under Miss BIythe (Partsi. House In ceven acres of shaded lawn In the heart of a beautiful city. Rooms llnely fur. nlshed. Slearn heating and sanitary plumbI't Iiik throughout. Charges as low as a tine . 1 school can make them. Send for catalogue, ail til. Address. REV. JAMES ATKINS. l Ashnvlll Female College, Ashevllle, N. (J. } July li), 1S!?:1. 2mo. < r, I T. I " Lumber ! his1 r AM PREPARED TO FILL ORDERS for him 1 a" kinds of Lumber. ' ' Huw mill located on land of J. 0. KLUGH. ' oniy J, F, BRADLEY, roiks Manager. ja i? Maroli 2,1992, tf Medium copy. I -i':,-.. ' /. . 0.' EASE 3, &c., I have added &.GONS ANI PRICES. loor to C Vnr?lr JOKET, r jnwood, g te assortment of Spring and Sumir Notions, Boot9, Shoes, Hats, Hardv nd just what you want. We mark 1 questien about your being highly p , 51*, 8c. and 10c, counters. Two Cent Counter. 1 Cake Turkish Bath Tcllet Soap. 1 Dozen Safety Pins. 1 Dozen Fish Hooks. 1 Memorandum Book. 1 Card Large Hooks and Eves. 1 Gimlet. > 1 Mouse Trap. 1 Coat and Hat Hook. 1 Good Lead Pencil. 1 Rnhhor Rail 1 Harness Hook. 2 Dozen Clothes Pins. 1 Pishing Line. 1 Dozen Slate Pencils. 1 Spool Thread (200 yds.) 1 Dozen MarbleB. 1 Bunch Rick Rack Braid. 1 Dozen DresB Buttons. 1 Sponge. 1 Ice Cream Saucer. 1 Dozen Lamp Wicks. 1 Bag Marbles. 1 Ball Thread.. 1 Quire Paper. I Gate Hook and Eye. 1 File Handle. 1 Dozen Wood Screws. 1 Hasp and Staple. 1 Cigar. 1 Horse Shoe Magnet. 1 Mouse Trap. 1 Large Box Blueing. 1 Autograph Album. 1 St. Knitting Needles. 1 Steel Thimble. * 1 Bos good Blacking, Three Cent Counter. 1 Dozen Falcon Pen*. 1 Box good Blacking (Large size) 1 Barrel Tacks Ponnd.) 1 Dozen Lamp Wicks. 1 Colored Border Handkerchief. 6 Blocks Chewing Gum. 1 Dozen Safety Pins. 1 Tack Hammer. 1 Brad Awl. 1 Memorandum Book. 1 Quire good Paper. 1 Towel. 1 Hank Knitting Cotton. 1 Ball Knitting Ck)tton. 1 Bottle good Black Ink. 1 Horn Comb. 1 Bunch Wide Tape. 1 Vfnnon Twin 1 Spool Corticllll Twist. ?^ 1 Package Hair PI an (80 to Packfi^Q 1 Card Agate Buttons (20 Dozen.) 1 Box Double Pointed Tacks. 1 Cake T. B. Toilet Soap. 1 Dozen Marbles. 1 Terroscoplc View; 1 Box Mourning Pins. 1 Pair Scissors. 1 Dc-.en Metal Dregs Buttons. 1 Chisel Handle. 1 Bunch Shoe Strings. 1 Package of Envelopes. 1 Bag of Marbles. 1 Gale Hook and Eye. 1 Wrongbt Hook and Staple. 1 Dozen Wood Screws. 1 Dozen Wrought Staples. , 1 Hasp and Staple. 1 Curry Comb. 1 Pair Tweezers. 1 Tape Measure. 1 Iron Shelf Bracket. 1 Can Opener. 1 Bell. 1 Solid Rubber Ball, 1 China Doll./ Four Cent Counter. 1 Cake White Glycerine Toilet Soap. 1 Large Cake Water Queen Soap. 1 Bottle Spern Machine Oil. 1 Zinc Oil Can. 1 Dozen Lead Pencils. 1 Dozen Marbles. 1 Rubber Ball. 1 Ladles' Linen Collar. 1 Spool silk. 1 Moose Trap. 1 Glass Tnmbler. 1 Razor Strap. 1 Harp. 1 Dozen Bone Collar Buttons. 1 Dozen Metal Dress Buttons. 1 Bunch Wool Dress Buttons, 1 Dozen Drapery Hooks. 1 Tooth Brush. 1 Day Book. 1 Wooden Gauge. 1 Chisel Handle. 1 Dozen Large Size Safety Pins. 1 Scrap Dish. 1 Door Bolt. 1 Comb. 1 Dozen Screw Hooks. 1 Dozen Screw Eyes. 1 Package of Envelopes. 1 Windsor Tie. 1 Quire of Note Paper. 1 Pair Shears. 1 Dozen Lamp Wicks. 1 Screw Driver. 1 Tracing Wheel. 1 Dozen Wooden Sorews. 1 Dozen Wrought Staples. 1 Haxp and Staple. * 1 Pair Butt Hinges. 1 Lap Ring. 1 Can Opener. 1 Mouse Trap. 1 Bell. w i oouu nuouer ouii. 1 China Tea Set. 1 Paper Cap Pistol, 1 Revolving Mirror Stand. House and Lot for Sale. | I OFFER FOR SALE MY HOUSE and LOT on Moseley Ferry road In the town of Abbeville. Terms easy. Apply toW.S. C'othpan, J. Allen Smith, or to me at Greenville, S. T. P. COTHRAN. March 15,1898, tf SCHOOL NOTICE. A LL PERSONS HAVING BUSINESS l\ wltli the School Commissioner will find tiim in his office all public days and every Saturday in each month nearest the middle jfthe mouth, during the present year for the purpose of registering claims, Ac. E. COWAN, School Commissioner Abbeville County. Feb 2, 1892. Estate of DeLa Howe. N'OTICE Is hereby Riven thatall persons are forbidden lo trespass on the Lethe lands by cutting trees, or burning orotherwisedamiijring the timber. The law will be enforced againBt allTreepnssers. By order of the Board of Trustees. Wm, H. PARKER, Secretary aud Treasurer. Aug. 9,1399, 4t I I . , . ) HARNESS _ " v- ' N >. "''.K iVlf* !ity Bank ??????? ' Store, Proprietor, i. o. ier Styles in Staple and Fancy rare, Crockery Ware, Glass "Ware, them low to selI them quick. All leased with these goods and prices. | Eight Cents Counter. 1 Box Paper and Envelopes. 1 Card Large Agate Buttons. 1 Quire Good Paper. 1 Dozen Large Lamp Wicks. 1 Box Shoe Kalis. 1 Cheet Lock. 1 Pad Lock. 1 Bridle Bit. 1 Pair Scales. 1 Awl. 1 Ounce Zephor. 1 Yard Bunching. 1 Lamp Burner. 1 Dosd Spencerlan Pens. 1 Rnttle Eitmrt T#mnn? 1 Box Pacta Buttons. 1 Pair Sclgaors. 1 Thimble. 1 Open and Shut Fan. 1 Lawn Tie. 1 Pocket Level. 1 Good Handerchlef. 1 Deck Linen Cards. 1 Box Toilet Soap. l Ink Tablet (Linen Paper.) 1 Dozen Marbles. 1 Linen Towel. 1 Gravy Bowl. 1 Dozen Lamp Wicks. 1 Fancy Glass Tumbler. 1 Set Blind Hloget. 1 Screw Driver. 1 Auger Bit. 1 Dozen Screw Eeyes. . ." ? 1 Dozen Screw Hooks. t 1 Butcher Knife. 1 Scraw Handle. . 1 Pair Butt Hinges. 1 Clevlce. 1 Flour 8Ifter. 1 Coin Holder. 1 Dozen Yards Lace. 1 Curry Comb. 1 Pair Nlckle Plate Shears. 1 Cblna Tea SeU 1 Autograph Album. 1 Revolving Stand Mirror. 1 Leather belt. Ten Cent Connter. 1 Large Size Wood Pipe. 1 Salt Bottle. 1 Pepper Bottle. 1 Large 81ze Two Pocket Book and Purse. 1 Dozen Whale Bones. 1 Glass Batter Dish. 1 Mnlnh Hah. 1 Extra Large Gravy Bowl. 1 Hair Brush. 1 Molasses Pitcher. 1 Bottle Royal Shoe Polish. 1 Card Pearl Agate Buttons. 1 Large Sire Slate. 1 Carpenters Role (2 feet.) 100 Slate Pencils. 1 Dozen Good Lead Pencils. 1 Blacking Brush. 1 Dinner Bell. 1 Day Book. 1 Oil Stone. 1 Razor Horn. 1 Pair Vantilated Garters. 1 Good Pad Lock. 1 Butcher Knife. 1 Hair Ornament. 1 Stran Beads. 1 Cloth Belt. 1 Leather Belt. 1 Glass Sugar Dish. 1 Cake Best Shaving Soap. 1 Lace H&Dkerchelr. 1 Large Size Towel. 1 Lace Cap. 1 Ladles Under Vest. 1 Pair Corset Steels. 1 Dozen Good Pear Buttons. 1 Rollln Pin. 1 Pillow Lace Sham. 1 Pair Fast Black Hose. 1 Baby Ring, With Bit. 1 Deck Li Den Cards. 1 Linen Collar. 1 Windsor Tie. 1 Whisk Broom. 1 Open and 8but Fan. 1 Fair Linen Cuffr. 1 Pair Good Suspenders. 1 Good Harp. 1 Bottle Mucilage. 1 Shaving Brush. 1 Waiter. 1 Pen Staff. 1 Comb. 1 Base Ball. 1 Dish. 1 Novel. 1 Pair Rubber Garters. 1 Gate Lach. 1 Spurr. 1 Dozen Screw Hooks. 1 Pair Plyers. 1 Pound Iron Washers. 1 Dozen Harness Buckles. 1 Set Table Spoons. 1 Set Tea Spoons. 1 Lantern Burner. 1 Lantern Globe. 1 Fancy Lamp Chimney. 1 Pair But Hinges. 1 Pocket Knife. 1 Package Smoking Tobacco. 1 Initial Pin. 1 Collar Button. 1 Watch Charm. 1 Pair Nickle PlateShears. 1 Curry Comb. 1 Wire Hair Bjush. 1 paper Cap Pistol. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE ru K.m? WKan rurrt In niwd tnf a Bftlr.1 est In the world. If yoti want a fine DRESS SHOE, made la the latest styles, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or $5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom made and look and wear as well. If yon wish to economize In your footwear, do so by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes. Name and price stamped on the bottom, look for it when you buy or t. nnmr.AH. Riwiton. Hmi. Sold by A. W. SMITH, Abbeville, 8. C,