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before the Mfl^^^BMHfl^HBS^^Vier company anf* fl^^^SSHHHMB^V^romptly.aud there was tc H|HBK^9^1h said, wan caused by a sleeper jnjKBS^^pPa wakened and was astonished at It Is also said that somebody gal^H^Pped in from the country a distance ol five ^^^mlles, expecting to see the whole town afire. Joking aside, the lights were first-class and gave abundant satisfaction, except possibly on the outskirts where there was an insufficient number of lamps. At present the power is furnished by Mr. Long, the plant being located at his ginnery. We are glad to see the success of the young gentlemen who have undertaken the contract for lighting the town. "We are glad to say that Rev. J. A. White is better and was able to preach for ub last Sabbatb. He preached a fine sermon from this text: 'Now therefore are we all here present before God, to hear all things that are commanded thee of God.' It was a very bad day, but there was a good crowd out." 1. Should the writer's individual gladness have been stated ? 2. Doesan ordained minister "preach a fine sermon T Isn't he supposed to preach the gos pel 7 3. What is meant by "There was* a good crowd out?" What connection is there between "a bad lay" and "a good crowd out?" Who were "crowded out?' Wai the church encumbered b.7 access of numbers or qunanj tity? What matter or persons crowded out the "good crowd" who came to hear or worship? SABBATH SERVICE. Divine Service iu the Associate Re* formed Church. \ Rev. T. W. siotin is giving abundant satls\ lacllon in bis utnv cnurcli at Abbeville. His \ sermons are able aud hi* inturcourne with our people is of the must pleasant nature. ! L<ast Sabbath morning he spoke of temptation. He said there were two meaning to ? that word. When tne Almighty uses the word It Is meant to be understood that he uses It and intends it to be as a test. The "temptation" which would lead us into sin comes from the Evil One, and Is meant to draw us into harmful ways. The preacher said that all men had their weaker points, and that as man is a free agent, this fact implied his possession of the power to resist evil. He pictured the paths of righteousness to be open to all men, while the preacher left the inference that the Almighty was good to Oil mfin onrt that rmr Soslnr a?as a frlenrt nf sinners?that no one set of men bad preempted the right to Divine favor. While we would not attempt to give * remote Idea of what he did say, yet It may be fair to say that the tendency of blB sermon was to keep men in the higher and belter ways. It occurred to us that, while he himself was standing on high ground be seemed ready to extend the rescuing hand even to ?those who might be sinking in the depths of accumulated sin. It appears to be bis wish to encourage us to the effort to free ourselves from the chains of sin, when we might stand erect before men, and Loco me the loving and dutiful children of our Fp.ther. And while the preacher declared that all men were free agents and capable of choosing between right and wrong, yet be did not tell us bow those who have become wayward may seek and find the will-power which is necessary to restrain us from the sins to which we are inclined. The trouble with the wayward llee In the fact that they do not desire to cbaLg? their ways. They may say they can't resici, but the right way to say it is, they have not the will to resist. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. The Teachers Meet and Organize?An Interesting Program Arranged for Next Sleeting?A Composition. At a meeting of teachers last Saturday, a Teaoners' Association lor Aooeviue county was organized by the appointment by Supi. Glbert of an executive committee, consisting of Mr. K. F. Gilliam, chairman; Mr. Bradley and Mies Crawford. This committee will provide an Interesting program for the next meeting which will be held at the school house next Saturday, the ^ " 3d of March, at 11 o'clock. The session will W not last more than an hour or an hour and a half. The association will meet on the first Saturday In every month, at 11 o'clock, In the school building. Mr. Helms as well as the members of the committee will have something to say at the next meeting,and anew committee will be appointed. Upon the request of the editor of the Press and Banner Supt. Gilliam has promised to hand In, from time to time, a composition from the school. The compositions are of course written for the regular school work, and not for publication. A RUNAWAY. A roung lady and gentlemen were out driving one afternoon and as they passed a market wagon their horseB became frightened and plunged wildly. The younij man struggled to hold them, but bis efforts were of no imp. and snon Ihpv wptp mrrlpri at n fprrlfln speed down tbe street. Id turnlDg a sharp corner the buggy was overthrown and tbe lady severely hurt. Standing in a store near was a young physician wboatonce went to tbe scene of the accident and admlstered all possible aid to the lDjured girl. She was carried home Insensible, and for a long time her friends despaired of her life, but at last, after long suffering, she recovered, and In a short time was married to the young physician who bad saved her life. Lucy Henry, Grade 8th. ??? SERIOUS RUNAWAY. ? Wagon Overturned ? Garden Seed Scattered on the Street?Kind Wo nun's Sympathy. Washington Street yesterday evening for a short time was the scene of an exciting incident. An animal In siDgle harness, became lrlgbtened, and proceeded to run as fast as be could. He took to tbe sidewalk, and tbe wagon came lu contact with Mr. Wilfceiwon's garden seeds which were In vessels of various kinds. The vessels were overturned, and the seeds were sent flying everywhere. The wagon was turned top-side up with tbe driver underneath tbe outfit. He caught the axle tree of the wagon and was drawn along tbe street, until some one stopped the animal, when things were set to rights. The dust and dirt were brushed Irom the driver's clothes, and he seemed to be still in tbe ring. Mrs. Chapman seelug the whole trouble felt sorry tor the little boy aud called him Into her store and gave him a big stick of candy. The little boy accepted the candy with many thanks, and. as any generous boy would do, he walked over to the other side of the Btreet and divided it with tbe goat that was the oc L'ttNluu ui an luc luisuuici. ? Aiiiom B. Morne'i Local*. Just received a good lotof seed corn: "Golden Dent," "White Dent and ''Hickory King," also Hied potatoes and all kinds of small Heeds, including watermelon netted nutmeg, flower teed, &c. A big variety of flower pots, all slzeB. Lamp chimneys in abundance. No. 2 crimped top, 5c. Rochester No. 2, 10c, 3 for 25c. Large size Rochester for stores and halls 20c, :i for 50c. Lantern globes 10c, 8 for 25c. A nice aseortmentof apples and oranges. Try "Broman-gel-on" and you will want more of it. The most delicate Jelly preparation. Dr. Neufler'scaHmw be left with The Speed Drug Co., who will deliver them to him. Don't forget our garden seeds. The best on earth. The HpeeU Drug Co. ?. -.V . . . ' JL ^ 3 different Damask, 72 inc cheap at 68c. 3 patterns 72 inches wide t 4* ^/UVVVAXIW $1.00 all the til 'M* _ i ? TILLMAN IN THE SENATE. I'oli(Ion la Carolina? In Dlscnsslnjf Hawalan Bill He Declares that "We Don't Do Hair ttie Devilment In South Carollua as That Bill Proposes to Do In Hawaii. Washington, Feb. 24.?Throughout the session to-day the Senate had under consideration the Hawaiian government bill. The discussion took a wide range, but the basis of it was an amendment oflered by Mr,. Piatt (Conn.) as to the appointment and tenure of office of the Judges of the Hawaiian courts. Mr.Tillman (S. C.) embraced the opportunity to deliver a characteristic speech, la the course of which he made a stinging attack upon Mr. Morgan (Ala.) and vigorously opposed many provisions of the bill, particularly those which relate to suffrage. Mr. Penrose (Pa.) gave notice that he would call up the Quay case again on Mdndayand would insist on its consideration. In course of the consideration of the Hawaiian government bill, Mr. Tillman made a vehement attack upon the measure and arraigned Senator Morgan lor alleged lack of courtesy. "lne uneurouy wuicu oauis iu unnan, declared Mr. Tillman, "and whloh this bill perpetuates ispowerlul and unscruplous. It is an autocracy greater than ever existed outside of Russia. "1 sympathize with tbe Senator trom Connecticut in hla efforts to secure a properly appointed judiciary for the islands?a Judiciary not controlled by the oligarchy which now has its grip on tbe Islands.'* Referring to an incident which occurred tbe other day In which Mr. Morgan (Ala.) declined to yield to Mr. Tillman to reply to a statement made by Mr. Woloott (Colo.) concerning tbe "suppressed vote." Mr. Tillman said : "1 have felt indignant at the trettment I received from tbe senator (Morgan). Never in my experience in tbe Senate have I been treated so discourteously by a member of tbe Senate." Mr. Morgan endeavored to interrupt Mr. Tillman, but the latter waved him aside, saying,"! decline to yield to tbe Senator, lie has put himself outside tbe pale of courtesy and considerations so far as 1 am concerned." He then explained the circumstances of Mr. Morgan s refusal to permit blm to reply to Mr. Wolcott. "When 1 rose to explain the situation in South Carolina as it was presented by tbe Senator from Colorado," said Mr. Tillman, the Senator from Alabama said: 'No, I cannot permit you to speak now. I'll leave you to light it out some other time.' II was tbe ilrst time in my experience that I had ever been refused a hearing in like circumstances. No Republican would have denied me the privilege because there Is no man on that side of the chamber so lacking in courtesy and decency." Mr. Tillman then explained that under tbe the present constitution of South Carolina there were about 111,000 registered voters, 34,000 of whom were colored. Ninety-nine per ceai, 01 iae wnue vuie iu wu auiiu, uc euiu, was Democratic. Id tbe summer primaries fully *J? per cent of the registered votes were cast. At these primaries toe contests lor tbe State officers were made* "Tbere Is no lethargy In the polltlcsof South Carolina," said Mr. Tillman. "We have as mucb politics to tbe square mile as any State in tbe Union. Tbere Is do Republican party In tbe State. Tbe Republican machine Is composed of Federal office-holders who control of tbe patronage and Bend delegates to the Repu bllcan national conventions." "The elections In November are simply ratifications of the primaries. Naturally tbe result being a foregone conclusion only 4,000 or 5.000 voters turn out In each dlstxlct to vote." ,, , i After calling attenllpo to tbe liaot tbatat tbe general eleotion la Massachusetts In 1S90 only 2S3.000 votes were cast out of a voting population of 665,000; and that at tbe same election In Connecticut the vote was 125,000 out of 224,000 legal voters, be said : "Why do they accuse us of the Soutb of suppressing tbe vote when they are doing tbe same thing in Massachusetts. Why we don't do half tbe devilment in Soutb Carolina as this bill pro* poses to do In Hawaii. This bill will give four or five years more to contract labor?of slave labor?to tbe sugar barens, who In remitted duties on sugar will make 88,000,000." In tbe course of a criticism of the measure Mr. Tillman said: "I do not object to a protection of tbe whites of Hawaii, bat what I do object to is tbe hypocrisy of those iu this obamber who maintain that the people of Hawaii are to be treated differently from those people who reside In Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and other Southern States. The whites of the South are patriotic Americans. < T niont ia nrntont tha mhttoa In H O TV a 11 Knt don't try to do it by bypoorisy." Mr. Tillman tben read u letter from a person unnamed who declared "tbat a man who dares to oppose the sugar barons In Hawaii was In Joepaniy of his life." Mr. Clark, (wyo.) asked for the name of the writer of toe letter, saying such a charge ought not to be made lightly In the Senate. Mr. Tillman declined to give the writer's name. In conclusion Mr. Tillman declared : "I propose to offer as an amendment to this bill the suffrage provision ol the South Carolina constitution and I dare you to vote for It and I dare you not to vote for it." After expressing symptaby with the argument ol Mr. Tillman, Mr. Clark (NVyso.) said : ''When the Senator from South Carolina charges Senators on the Republican side of the chamber with hypocrasy It oomes lu very poor grace from blm to declare by Almighty God that tne negroes of the South should not vote." Mr. Tillman : "Such a construction cannot In fairness be put upon my remarks." Mr. Clark: "Will you say to this Senate tbat you are not trying in the South to suppress the negro vote ?" Mr. Tillman (with great vehemence :) "No. I will Bay tbat in South Carolina' we have done our level best to keep the -nigger' from voting." After an extended discussion of the pending amendment without result, Mr. Tillman gave notice of an amendment substituting the suffrage provisions of the pending bill. .... We have the largest stock of drugs ancLfancy goods In Abbeville county. The Speed Drug Company. Our prJces are right, our goods are right, aud you are right when you buy from The Speed Drug Co. Dr. C. C. Oambrell will be glad to have his friends call on him at The Speed Drug Co. ' Accuracy, neatness apd dispatch" iR our motto lu prescription work. The .Speed Drug Company. ' fk'sfc % tTLERS To Appreci L BLB DAMA? 50 cts. patterns in an extra he: hes wide, at 50c. You \ 50 cts. in bleached Damask extr< at 50c., / 85 cts. ' .y all New Bleached 72 inc lie, at 85c. m | WHITE FRO STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE. 7 j r PROBATE COURT. Georee Marshall. aB Admr.. ftc., Plaintiff; against Louisa Marshall and others, Defendants. } Complaint to Sell Lands to Pay Debt*. By virtue of an order from the Probate Court In the above stated case, I will sell at Publlo Outcry at Abbeville Court House, on SALESDAY IN MARCH next, for tbe payment of debts, ine following described real estate belonging to tbe estate of George W. Marshall, deceased, situate In Bald State and Connty, to-wlt': All that tract | or parcel land, known as tbe George W. Marshall homestead, containing i Seventeen C17) Acres, more or less, bounded by lands of J. R. F. Wllic::. Francis Henry, Estate of Nelson 'Williams and others, being near tbe corporate limits of the City of Abbeville. This tract of land will be subdivided and sold In suitable i sized building lots, of which plats will be exhibited on day of sale. TERMS?Cash. Purchaser to pay for papers andbtamps. . v ' R. E HILL, Feb. 12,1900. / Judge Probate Court. Did you know that you could buy a good Towel for 10c? Smith's Dry Goods and 11 i^i millinery nas 11. fity Election! To Exempt Knitting Mill From Taxation for , Five Years. HERE AS P. H. BROWN, A RESIDENT of New York State, proposes to locate within the corporate limits of the City of.Abbeville, S^C., a Knitting Mill with an Initial capacity of one hundred dozen underwear'per diem, and to give employment' to about 75 operatives, to be subsequently Increased. And whereas the proposed location of the said Mill will be beneficial to this city In increasing Its business and in enhancing thaValne of IUO tUCJCiU. Be It ordained by tbaClty Council of Abbeville and by tbe authority of the same, that the property of the Bald Knlttlne Mill Company* need in the business of knitting, and of location of said mill, be and it Is hereby exempted from municipal taxation, except such as are for school purpose?, for a period of flvo successive years from tbe time of the eatabllshmentof the said mill. ' Second. That this ordlnanoejbe submitted for ratification by the qualified voters of the City of Abbevllfe at an election to be held on the 21st day of February, 1900. Third. That the said election .shall be held In the Council chamber, by thpee Managers to be appointed by this ConiuiU, from the hours of 8 a. 19. till the hour o?4 p. m. Fourth. That those voters who approve of this ordinance shall have written or printed on their ballots "Ordinance Affirmed,".and those voters who disapprove of this .Ordinance shall have written, pr printed on'their ballots tbe words. "Ordinance Disaffirmed." Fifth. That this Ordloanoe aball go lota effect from Its affirmance by a majority of the qualified voters who vote at said eleotlon. Managers?Tbe following named persons will act as managers of election: t H. T. Wardlaw, .i. Li. uiarir, J. B. Lyles. Done in the City Council at Abbeville, this sixth day of February, A. D. 1900. , \ r V Jones y. Miller, Mayor. James Chalpiers, Clerk,:.; v : Feb. 0,1900. ;/ "i > , ^ r . v? * 1r% t v T~ . . if 1 ' , 1 . '? ' too ; if Drop ia Smith's. Dry Goods ^U^|i^liiR6ry. They have some lively goods to show you. J|f Do Dot fall to see-the lloe o( Christina# goods before buylqM^ftpeed'a. The place to get frhitffmi warn*an delivered at your borne prproyW xlog flbonBJ IS Speed's drug store. -W ' "i'< ' \ ' ... ./? ' - eek as a Star " IN K ate Prices Yc $K. avy unbleached yould think it .:V*i i heavy quality .; lies wide worth the ====== rtnf Mr anH Mrs TTadrli . 1 the Northern markets, wb lent and a aeleot line of which they carry. i i ' $' We Will Have V ,'V' And the Prices Call and See0ur Imn" l- - ,i f Wi The Speed D Invite your attention 1st. They have tt Drugs, Chemicals a Abbeville Coonty. 2nd. They will ma and endeavor In e\ yoa. 8rd. You will do them. Master's Sale. The State of South Carolina, COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE. COUBT OF COMMON PLEAS. Cary Lomax et. al., Plaintiff, against Robert Robertson st. al., Defendants-Partition. by virtue of an order of sale made In the above staled case, I will offer for sale at publlo outcry at Abbeville C. H? S. C., on Saleday in MARCH, 1900, within the legal bours of sale, tbe following described property, situate In said State and County to-wit: All tbat tract or parcel of land lying and being in AbtfbvilleCounty, State aforesaid, containing ^ ' rr i 1 ri Am A - Une nunarea liuuj acres, more or less, bounded by lauds of Gilford Cade, Patrick McClevey, John O. Edwards and Dr. Hester. , TERMB OF SAIt$?One-half cash, balance on a credit of twelve months, with Interest from day of sale, -credit portion secured by bond and mortgage! Purchaser to have leave to pay all Cash. Purchaser to pay for papers. .WALTER L. MILLER, Feb. 14,1900. jWrf- Master. $1';' Jt ' The State of Souths Carolina, ARBEVILLE430XWTY. , \ Probate Codrt.?Citation -&r Letters of Admin lstraMpIr By R. E. Hill, Esq., jtrtxje of Probate. "IXTHEREAS, J. F. Palmer baa made suit ? ? to me, to grant her Letters of Administration of the Estate and effects of R. J. Palmer, late of Abbeville County, deoeased. These are therefore, to cite and admonish 11 and singular the kindred and creditors of the said R. J. Palmer, deoeased, that they be Snd appear before me, in the Court of Proate, to be held at Abbeville C. H.'t on Wednesday, the 7th March, 1900, after publication, hereof, at IJ-o'clock In tbe^forenoon^to^sbow cause If any tney uave, wuj uo onm aumwlfitratlon should not be granted. Given nnder oiv band and seal of the Court. - tblB 20tb day of February, In tbe year (L. S.) of our Lord one thousand nine bun-' dred, and In tbe 124th year or American Independence. Published on (be 21st day of February. 1900, In tbe Press and Banner and on tbe Court, House doer for tbe time required by law. ' i. f' H, E. HILL, F?b.ao, lBOO. Ju^ge of Proband I ; r ? The State of Sontfe Carolina, COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE. j PROBATE COCET. I lb tbe Matter oi tbe Estate of John W. Bowland, Deceased. NotloeioDebLOrfand Creditors. \ , ^LL tenron^ndebted-.to said eita^ matt efctfmi again it the eetaw jS^^lgres^^tb'em ?reb.rif,1M0, it ^ Executor. ' Garden seed at Glenn's. a. v 'AM t y/.y ter for Spring EW SP] >u Must See t This one of ever seen. We prettier. Bleac / +. \ ' ; ' : . . "i; 25 dozen B good one, at ^ 'all the Ooods. Will Suit All. ;nse Line of Dress Goods, Silks, Notions, Millinery and Trimmings. rug Company to tbe following facta: le largest stock of ad Fancy Goods In ike tbe prices right, rery way to please well to patronize \ I ' t ' A Master's Sale.^^S The State of South Garolinj COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE!1 COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. ' Piedmont Savings <fc Investment CompunHfl Plaintiff, against Hessle A. BeacJl*in,M fondant?Foreclosure. v By virtue op an order op: sai$| made In tbe abovevtrfted casa, I will 'offer for sale at public outcry at Abbeville C. H., S. 0,, on Saleday In MAKCH, 1900, wltbln the legal boars of sale, tbe following described property, to-wlt: All that certain lot of land situate In the City of Abbeville the County and State aforesaid containing Thirty-One One-flrmdredths '? (31-100) Acres, X more or less, having the following lines, metes and bounds: Beginning at stake on Wardlaw Street at tbe corner of lot No. 8 of resnrvey ol lands formerly owned by the mortgagor and now belonging to R. E. Hill, thence along Wardlaw Street N. 42% E. 91.8 feet to stake at corner of lot No. 1 now owned by W. W. Bradley, tbence aloDg Bradley's line S. 46 E. 124.4 feet to a stake on line of Mrs. 8. L. Smith, tbence along her line S. 44^ E. 95 8 to stake on Academy Street at corner of lot of S. L. Smith, thence 44 W. 21 feet along Academy Street to stake at corner of lot No. 8 now owned by R. E. Hill, then<*b along Hill's line N. 61 W. 2215 feet to tbe beghmlng copier, being tbe same lot convqx?4.p& January 26,1896, by J. C. Klugb, Master,ftfli Piedmont Savings <k InvestmwQt, Cora Ptojfc and by Mid ComTERM3 oash,-balance on a credtf'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^tereBt rilkE NICE FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE NEXT A to thetooaBe where President Bailey now lives on Magazine Hill. Apply,-to . < > Jan. 80,1900. P4 Rottnberg tt oo. Oar candles, bon bona and cbooolates cannot be beaten anywhere. - Roystere' and Huylers' in great variety. The Speed Drug Company. V Call at The Speed Drag Co. if y?n wish tct '5 tee tbe largest stock of drugs in Aiibevlllfe . ' Tbe Speed Drug Go. offer some bargains )n i stationary. A very large stocfc of tablets, p?n?. .ink. boxrpftpar and pencils. Wedge- , woodbine pap? and white Ink la tbe latest ' Onr friends are always welcome. lTiey can learn something to tbelr | advantage at Tbe .Speed Drug Co. , ; Business a i RING ( he Goods ! $1.48 ' the loveliest pieces of D i don't think you have llO/1 1/1 1-HoVlQC TTT1 /-J A n 4 LLCU.) j -6 J.W1UC, ax, fl> TOWELS15 cts. Reached Damask Towels. Huck Towels, good size istitcliedibprder, also in c I H IS cT;j3p \ present year. Pm?r^ *11 latated 1d O^nwood Ooo'nty. m^pegHART PLiCfe. near Cokesbnry, cdpSilaln^ ' Thirty-Eight (38) Aores, A more or le?a The Plnkncy Jod? land, very1 desirable, containing Two (2) Tracm one of 280 acre#, more or leM,*;d one of 200 acres, more or less. The McGee Bricjf'House property, at Cokeabury. Piner^lenoe, with 50 acres of land, more or lees. ' '& Vacant lot at Hodges. 83 fee^wlde and 250 feet deep, more or less. . For terms and partl&M?^_J#>l>iircbase Shepparda dcj^er, Jan. 20,1900. 4t j&jj Dissolution of' ^^rship. THE partnernhtp exlsuoe ktliic tbe name of MILFOKD & DtyFR$yBcvihi day dissolved by mutual consent, All debts due the firm mast.b49*w to O. A. Mtlford. e ? r. A>^CTLFOaD, F. C. DtfPBE. "V'? . Teachers. AN EXAMINATION OF TEA.CHEJU3 will be beld at Abbeville Conrt House on Friday, February 23, 1900, commencing at nine o'clock. -All nopoAnn ?dKa <lAa<M a toQnhpr'w I fl cale itfould appear at tbat time. There lsno law providing (or examinations at any other than the regularly appointed day*. It is suggested that the teaobers meet in the CourtHouse ou Saturday, February 'J4, 1900. at ten o'clock for the purpose of taking Into consideration the propriety of organizing a County Teacners Association. J. S. GIBERT. Co. Supt. of Education. r If you need anything in Lace Curtains and Diapery Bee what Smith's Dry Goods and Millinery are offering. Buist'sseed. You will flud a fresh supply it MUford'H Drug Store, l'houe 1(17. " ,. V Jk' n:%'- 'W& - i few jOODS. amask we have seen anything 1.48. , notted fringe, i, extra heavy, colored borders . , , t M^/TOCCOA M.! GANNON?Bankrupt. pfY.)fcb$XUE OP A DECREE HEREIN . Wgh'ed bjr It W. Perrln, one of tbe Referees Id [!^<iOoaii, for said District, filed on the 10th day of February, A. D. 1900,1 will Mil AT PUBLIC AUCTION, Kr -L- to the hlgheBt bidder on ? Salesday in March, A. D. 1900, : being the 5th day thereof, fcrtirwn the legal bourn of sale, at tbe Court 'jUonn id ue uii; 01 ADDevmo, iu wiuoutw and County of Abbeville, tbe following described rtal1 estate, to wit: All tbat lot or jMipili OtUnd, sltriate in tbe City of AbbeTtUe and State and County aforesaid, con < Two (2) Acres, More or less, and fronting on Main Street and extendi ngbacir to Poplar Street, bounded by thi? lot of H. H. Hill on the South and Cberry Street on the North. S ' The Said Lot of Land to be Divided V? t into snjailer lots, and sold by tb* lot. Plata to be exhibited on day of sale. : TERMS OP SALE-Cash. . " J. L. MoMILLAH, TrnsteJ-v r MAXWELL'S MARKET. :>NLk\- ' ' T ' ' : ~ 1AM PREPARED AT ALL TIME8 TO mrnlsbet my customers 3 FRESH BEEF, PORK, SAUSAGE,' And Freeh Loaf Bread . : Fresh fltb on Friday and Saturday. HIgbest market price* paid for Beevea and Hogs and Green Salt Hiom. , T. H. MAXWELL. Phone No. 1. Notice. rpHE FIRM OF HELL. ELLIS & CO. HAS A dissolved co-partnership by mutual consent. Alj^ parties Indebted^ to tbe firm will ' ^ Dleaseoauhqu uetnc wnu o. xv. diud, duww not to Bell, Ellis & Co. W. E. Boll, J. R. Ellis. C.E. Bell, W.E. Bell, Adm. ; Jgn.80,1900. i The State of South Carolina, &jg., COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE. probate court. In the Matter of the Estate of James Cothran, Sr., Deceased. Petition for Settlement and Discbarge. SE. ROSENSWIKE, as Executor for said Estate having npplled lor settlement and I discbarge. I It is Ordered. That Tuesday, the 27th day of February next be fixed for granting the relief prayed for. R. E. HILL, Jan. 27, 1900. Judge Probate Court. Cedar Poles Wanted. /1F.DAR POLES. 35 FEET LONG. NOT v less than six Inches In diameter at the small end, are wanted by the Abbeville Tele phone Company. Wm. M. Barnwell, Manager. Jan. 30,1900. tf You will invariably find a bargain in every line at Smith's "Dry Goods and Millinery. Stop that cold In one day with a box of "Q,ulnacetol." You will find It at C. A. Mil ford's, The Druggist. Phone 107. Dr. Hill's headache powders will cure a headache In :U) minutes. On mile at MKford'a Drug Htore, Phone lt?7.