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- * e - - .. . - ljj ' -?-i? *? .Lj-i-?L-i-^-?-i - - ?* ,. . , ..?. i ->" ? !. ' :> * The Abbeville Press and Banner, J BY HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE, 8. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1902. ESTABLISHED 1844 % BIBLE SOCIETY. R?iMly>Mlalli Awawtal NMliag of ibr Akbt*lll? Ncclflj. Tba Abbeville IHatrict Bible Society eonvtotd lo liaaeventy-utntb annual merlin* In tbr Presbyterian church In Abbeville, K. C.t at 11 o'clock, A. M? July 80. l'JOS. Prealdeui K. Y. Iftwiy, D. I)., In the Cbair. Prayer by Rev. J. F. McKlnnoo. Minute* of iMt meeting rend and approved. The annual kernon wan delivered by Kev. W. T. Duncan of tbe MeibodUt eliurrh, |tonaldHVllie. H. C. from Sod Corinthian* l??, |:i. A bat oolleclluu amounting to fh 4S waa taken up. Tba annual addre?* waa delivered by W. P. Greene. m?iuh*r of tbe Kir of Abbe villa. Hobjeel, "Tbe Influence ol Early CbrlaUanity on Civilisation." Tba call waa then made for renewal of mem berablp and lor new member*. Tba follow"> - nnil .nhvrlDtlou : I K.'S. Haddon. B. H. Itarn well, J. A. Mmlib. V. Y. frcMljr, Mi*? II. L\ I'errlu. L. W. IVrrm. W. U. P?rfc*r. It. H. tialiow?y. L. W. Whit*. Mra U W. While. L. W. WblU, Jr.. Mr*. N. W. Ward law, A. K. W. L Presaiy, A B Mora*. Mr* A. B. SiorM, Ml?a M. L Smith, W.J Moitlh, Mr*. W. J. Smith, G. W. ttpeer. Rev. J. K. MeKlnnoo.aod W. A. Templelou Th? fol lowing in the report* from tbe Brmoeb Socle Ho*: DUE WEST. Value of Book* on band at last report i as 33 By vaine of Book* *old at full prloe. I 3 W Byva oeof Book* given u> life memltera 1 uo By value of Book* on band a? 40?1 33 M To 0Mb received from member* 1ft no To Caeb received from aale of Bo?kii a 18?1 ? iw i By am'l |>ald into tbe Treasury I IV Urt | Delecatae?R. C. Brown lee, K. S. Galloway, i W. L. Pme*iy. LkBAKOJI. Cootrltotk?D,$T.'?>. Delegates, H. C. Link, J. A. Wilton and J. C. Preaely. T*OY. Oootrttnlloo. $1*. DelegaU*, J. X. 1'eody, J. C. Davla, A. J. Uavia. H. D. Packet!. (mmviuic. CooUltoltoo, KM. Krmn Ml* of book*. M aenu. DilegtM, W. K. buuD. J. M. HmMuu, W. U. UiU? and U. N. Gordou. KHIL'll. Book* on band last report f 1 70 Hooka r* ml red during tbe year ? uo?I 7 ;o By Hooku void al loll price 1 30 Book* glran away too Booka oo baud - 5 io?? 7 70 To Uuk iwo'd from member*..9 11 Ou Cteeb froio mi* of Book*.. 1 :a> UNi rec'd from otber er.uroae :i "Jt?S Li 58 By Caab Uepoalted In Treasury. - 1"? to LOWKit LOSO CAXK. Cootrltiutloo. IK.ao. Del*t?t*?, R. P. Bradley, C. V*. Co*hq aud J. H. Drennan. Cedar Morion and Bradley. Lowndravllle and Rocky River tailed to make any report. Uoanl tM ippolultd to make endeavor to rev lve ib? Hiaucb Hoeiety tuttUe * report, and bymuM *? continued. TIM Recording SMnutrj reported tbat nolblag bMl been dooe toward* ontaiilnf Bra net) Mocleiy at Abbeville. Order *m cod UoMd. TKRANt'KKK'H BKPOKT. The follow log la I be repot t of the Treasurer of Um Hoeiety, W. A. Temple tou: Jaljr ft. im Oaab oo bud lent report ? 9 13 ?? Received from Hoeiety, 1*)1 ml 06 Rcoelvrd from member* ? 18 uo Jtec'd from Abbeville I'm. Cb.. IS oo Ree'd from aale of Book* SA uu Hee d from Hat Collection < 8*-11(7 W paid donation to A. B. Mue'y IM) 00 tpeld tor Blblt* a printing _ t 05 freight I 77 Bjr Oaab oo baud. .. 19 40?9107 91 KKTOKT or W. A. TKMPLKTON, LIHRAKfAK July 30, |*ii. To Hooka on baud at but report 9 91 ?> To Boose bought uuriug year.. 59 < -$;? tot By Mookeoo usa 110 t> Bjr Boost donated * M By Boolu Mild.... .... .is oo By Book* to Hocietiea <J SO |l?t ftt Tbeae reporterirere r?Hrml to en Auditing Committee oousletlng of K. M. lladdon lod E. B. Uiliovajf. who reported mom oorrtel and properly verified. Report m adopted. Tbe Treeaurer reported that there was on? hundred and ten dollara in lb* treasury, to Inappropriated by tbe society. He was directed to apply Hiity dollnra u> tbe parr base or a III* membership fur Mrs. J E. Hloan. the wldo* of ii. T. Hloan, D. D.. and lor 8. B Knox, and fifty do! I are be lorward?U to tbe American Bible Boeiety for Uie purchase of Kibiee. A committee, coaalailbg of J. i>. Seel. J. X. Dendy, aiKl tbe officers o: tne Hoclety to lakt into consideration and to devlae eotne plan b> wblcb mors Ufe may be lolnsed Into tbls 80 eWf. Tbe President daring tbe Interim since last meeting, appointed a committee 000slating of Bev.J.O, Wlleoa and W. A. Tern pie ion, to prepare a memorial of Cape Jobn T. Parka, a Vine Praaident of tnia Society, wbo died 00 2nd J ana IKtt Tbe Committee reported a MIUMt nioail (DO UM luuowiug IrauiuUooe: - Raeolvod (I) That by Uio dutta of Opt. J.T. Parka, Vice-President or lb la Hocietv, we bay* lost a valuable helper to oar work, Ute community a CbrUUan ottixan of etaln* laae life, tba Church of Uod a devoted and eonslftient follower of oar Lord Jesas Christ, and ovary good man a friend. - Reeolved (i) Tbat we sympathise with tba bereaved *on and daughter of Capt. Parka, and Instruct tbe Secretary to forward them a oopy of this tribute, wltb tbesMuraoee that wo ebaro tbelr aorrow and losa." Tbeee reeoiutlooa were feelingly seconded by Hud. W. H. Parker and Dr. J D. Neel; wers adopted and tbe trlbaie orderrd to be spread oa tbe record, and a copy lorwarded to tbo eon and daughter. A reaoiaitoo of tbanka to Rev. W. T. Dunaan tor hie admirable eermon. and to W. P. tireaoe, Kaq. for bin excellent addreea. Rev. R A. Child, tbe Preaidlng Klder of tbe MHbodtetCbareb. was selected u principal, aai Rev. J. O. Wilson ae alternate, to preach lb" next annual eeirmoo. Rsv. R. O. McLom was elected to deliver tbe next aunnal aodreea. Tbo following Board of Directors end officers were elected for tbe enaulng year: It**. P. V. Pressly, President J. D. Neel. W. L. Praesiy, W. H. Parker, J. Puller Lyon, and J. Ixjwrle Wilson vice Jobn T. parks deceased, Vioe-Presidents. J. V. Muckabee, J. R. Donn, J. c. Klugb, Kiwis Oalboon, Hiimuvl Evans. J. A. Black, W. Joel Health. K. W. Watson. H. B. Blakely pastor Troy A. R-P. Church vice D. O. Phillips removed to Atlanta, Us., and J. o. Wll eon, pastor of tbe Methodist church In this city, vies J. l/owrle Wilson elected Vloe-PreeIdonl, Directors. W. A. Tempietoo, librarian and Treasurer. I. W. White, Corresponding Hecretary. L W. PerrIn. Recording Heoretary. Tbe change of tbe diite of tbe annual meetlog of tbla Society was dlscnaaed, and it waa reaolved tbat tbe llutrd of Directors be requested to consider tbe matter and to rooom Md tbe ebinge or Um day or ui* annual mMtlDf to tbe last Wdlowflu in May. and that tbe Heeretary be directed to notiry the Branch Hocleilea or lbta action of tbe Hoclety. Hnclety adjourned with prayer by U?v. It K. Bradley. L. W. I'errln. Heeretary. Weara Mid Jewels. Jewela, candy, flower*, man?that la tbe order of b woman'a preference*. Jewela form a oraauet or Blighty power to the average woman. Kven that grtaleat of all Jewela. health, I* often ruined In tbe *trenooa* effort* to make or aave the money to purcbaae them. If a woman will rlak her health to get a oreud gem. tbeo let ber fortify beraelf again*! tbe Inalduoua eooaeqoeoce* or cougb*. cold* and bronchial afleellona by the regniitr uw of rv- U,?K? .u.rnun Hvrun. It will orotnnl iy arroal ennaumpllou in Ha early atact-a aod heal lb? afleeted laoga and bronrblal tubea Md drive Uit drtMl dlMW from tbeayatem. It la not a cure-all. bat it I* a certain rare tor oooiba. onlda and all brooeblal troubles You MDV ibta reliable remedy at The Speed j?rt?? rv?. yet ureeo'a Special Almauae. 1-N-OK. Ynu are ready to pack your blanket" away, Yoa will need Motballae an tbla c*n be plao doo the uioat delicate icouda and not aUlu Tbe Speed Drag Co. k EAST END. 11 - Wbm "M** mill llrnr* nn Hi?'* Kmmili la <onnirjr aud in Tuhh. Abbeville, S. Aug. !. IWL' KICfNIoN ?HirSH* AM) IIASK ItALL AT I.KII- < A SOS. ^ On Im?< Krtil?y a reunion of <Vinip ll*?n 4 ?h> hr 'l hi l.i-ln<n?ii, hi>i>ui ;'i Vi-i- tmia wet* ptvM-ui. J. 0. rr#?* y mid .1. i<. T.Ufr j ? n w* re cied ?i> :?? rt-pr?-M*ui in in p ()?fU Ht I tie UseeiitlliiM reunion (in* we* k A lw?|c| |>iciile Biiriiirinruini hy m Mpitiidld bMriieoue dinner ??> ul?en. t Mod in ti??* ?!'? ! noon nn luiertki ng mikI cio?e- , i> coitlrMro K4ti>?* i>f tiMiwiM'! *u? pi*>ed Ihiwrtn lli<* M..UIH I'mnii-I mid 1,-biiiion I??id>. * ,\? iii?* ci?*f ?>! lli?* iiiutli iiilitiiic iii<* ?oi?re i klOUll s Hlld 1 MIIOWlllK M tlNrd llMlgtlt CM nil* I r hr?*i U" wen ?niH*'lfi'*"iile?1 >*y ' !(*> ' j J ii ? 111- IHIU .Il.li K iOX O. Mlftli'j. till* i.xlllt-* ill iDi-u' >< ? K ill rin?ll III tn) j | llOkll pill lb M gUniMi.t* r Hint Mil Will bt* Well j 1 tione, Mtid iu ili?* en if ?i!?'iir!liiii of ?*! I ' T?n* ili"Mrr ** ?? f ii*> ? ! m **?i-nid I [ \luiul .?! old Vi*t?'*.uul dll-HDil" MllniftS O'le j I |W|UM;e rl '! ? I.be MUll W'lvllie M?uiir>'J j i!u??i* ill ihe iicv?ioii, tielug Mervc* I lo liie . I l?r?l III l*> t*I > lllll U I [ L'ntlt-r I lie *u?p!i ?-< of lue !i>d * ? Al l >?<??*ieiy ] i re oicmiii, c-ke Mild luiiiioud*" weie mo d. | Tii'a ima l>eurvulrul, m wrll i? m M ?l.?bur\ j Mii*let>,dulOtf k?mmI Ml home M? well m? *bMN d I Mmuv lulr i**d en iirared the of<*4?i(iii Ii) lln*l? ( [pra-nc* muU made in* duy uu? u! exiteui*iile*?*ure lo ii.i pnwni. M?u.v tibilidii" I' ?re pre?*ol ?tiMkiug bMbd* wlib e?e\bmly I uil muCli'g mi* ptdMiitl)! mm II ?hi'U iiue ( #* ?? ?ur** lit* woum be ttie ucky Irll'iw t L*ti9iM>a l? n ll'ie k?clloii of A'iNsvllle * County represented by r?-dii<*d Mud cuiitvM.ed C ptopir. ' M " dmliibjiw iu?l! to HiMiiy of ( iii? pa', rou* Mt l he plruli*. tiMM ?i kplendld / dluuer ?n M-Uir fur lilui Mud fiijop'k iiuiikfil * *"' * '- ' i..? liiuirnr kit Tll'n VMM I Willi Ull II iruuo a., ..... - |?u amiumi plt-mc wblcb la a:?a)? ixikoJ Uoraatii to a? mi ? Ci-??:nD of ureal pifa-urt ?ud ci j >'mtnl for tbv young a* **e.l mh tr?f oil). .Mr. J. S. GiiM-rl Commander ?l ilil? Camp on) the buuor* of the occnalou with orrilil to bSm*e I and we beilevs tu tne wcltou ul ail pir>riit. AKItkVlLI.K CAKNIVAL AND KAIK. It la*l weeK'n IVem and H?roi*r a grand . 'riiituiu >M appraxed in ?n en e?er?iMHJ> ;a. or tiouiil 11> iuiei?*?i?(l. The announce i? ntavis long enough b-fore baud lor every lie to get ready tu make the carnival a ?r*ud ?ucc*?a. Lei the !?rncr?. mercnanla. Oil all the people J mi heart aud baud aud bow what Abbevule coumy can do. l-ir.NIC AMI HA^KIUU. AT HllAK i.N SI'IIOOI. ii of ar. Oil Friday ibe 1'i.h lu?t. the Sharon baa* alt I twin will give a picnic at HDaron acboo hnu?e. '1 n?* puOiT a:e Uiviltd to cmue and ring wall b??H?-lH lu Hit* afternoon a hi cil game of ba I will be played. Tbla la a i ? |> act lor a p.cnlc and a |>>eu?uul day la In alo;e lor all wuo attend. KKICXM COJIlJCti AND U'tlOO, Mr. a? d Mm. J r. Murmur, o; imuuiiiit. / +t* In the ctt v, tue *?>?< ; of tbeir parent*, Dr. ; ,?nit M a. J \V W. Maranail. ( Ml?a I.- n? Mi-ducI. or I iui.vllle. Florida. U ( u U( il >, Hit- ku??t ol Im fr.Bud, Mr*. Jamea A. Hill. Mm. dm Mim Kihel (Coper, u Id tbe citv vl?li:ng r*'aliit* aiul Irlenu*. Ml>? Km (loaaeil, after a p eiaant may Wllb retallvea In the nil? left yratrrclay tor "?(.ailanburu- Mie alii *? '? ?lali frieuda lu (i'?*ftivn|e brluie her return to Kaaley. M ?b NellieCorhrao. altera drlgutful vlalt in frieuda lo tbe.oiiy tuiurucd home laal Mon day. . l?r. ami Mr?. NeulJVrare nil on a bridal lour to California. Tuey leii ia?l Sunday alter inou via tbe Seaboard. Mr. Henry Aruo.d, of Atlanta, waa In th?oily laatMonuay. and during hta atay ww tie bonoivd goeol of bit friend. Mr. K. M Mnk. Mr. ArnolJ la connected wttu tbe U. s Mali Her trice aud baa It la bwuiquartera lo tbe Hale City. Mr. aud Mr*. Andrew McNeil), of Pelger, tfter a pleaaaot vlall In relatives and friend* inlbeHbaron neighborhood returned home a?t Monday Mr. A. K. Watnon. after spending a while it iiienn Spring* la home again. Mr. Jim Baakin, of Monterey, took In tbe Lebanon pleolc. Miss Addle Wlieon anu xi i i<ia num. , cflrr i deiigbtful vl*it to their Ir toda, Mlnwn Llia acd Vary Kdward* ol l^bnooo, returned J iKMlie laul ?<Mk. ? Mm M. F. Johnson la tbe meat of ber I frlebd. Mrs. W. J, Kdwnrd?. Mr. and Mr*. T. T. Cunningham. ol Mod terry, with tbelr l?ro daughter*, I<out?e and Jeorgi*. ton* to lb* Lrbanuu reuuluua, and were tbe lunli ol Mm. K A. Ulberi. Mr. and Mm. John liaaKlu, of Monterey. I verv tbe guests l*>l Friday of relative* at (*h*non. Ml?a Mary Kdwarda I* on a visit to ber Tlend. Mis* Addle Wilson. , Miw AmmlUM Is vlsitluc friends In Au[ gu*ta. Mis* Ada Kicbey, alter a plM*aot visit to ner anni at Greenwood I* booie again. Ml?* Nannie McCord. Ml** Maitle Nickel* Mr. Jobn K. Nlckle* and Mr. .)?w McCoro weregnestsof Mr. Jame* Evan* *nd family ' at Tbumday, and on Friday attended tbe Lebanon picnic. Mla?e* Jo*le aud Lillian Mct'auiy were ?n>ong lbe gnesta of the city last Monday. Mimh Maggie and Janie Belle I'enual were shopping In tbe city on Monday la?t. Mrs. Kobert Bruo*', of Abbeville, with Iter line baby boy are tbe cuests of ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McNeill ol Hbaron. Meter*. J. J and W. J. Kdwards were In tbe city last Monday. impkovkm k.ntw. Mr. H. C. Link la building anolber room to ma collage. 1 Mr. Will McKonzle la pulling up a neat ' (?no?around hie frout y?\rd. Ctiltaina Brothere will tap the Abbeville and *] Mount (*armel telephone line tr<;n> their sjin r nary and dwelllug. , KOAl> WORhl.Nti. r Mr. J. It. Woodliurat with a form* of banda ' la doing aoiue good work on Ibu Atland Ford r road. MaMcr Ur'er Hberard did good work for the county on the publlr rood rutinlnt from the 1 (' lboun Mill* road through below !>r. Mber- < lird'a to ibe laland Kord road at Mr. \V. J. , iKdwarda. We traveled It from one end to the other -It la a good job. PI9K costs. Meaara. Smu aud Koater Hammond each , have * field of um fine bottom corn a? in on rojie No ;t. It l* f -rhapa the beat along the i-oule. TIIAVKLIN'J OVER Til K LINK. Maj. Arthur Parker. Jatnea till I lam and J. H. Vhori Uia rode over the entire line oi the Aohevllle 6 Mount L'armel telephone Co., one day laal week. Tbla U a apleudld line and la in 0ml clana working order. OAK UHOVK HOn.TKV FARM. Onr townaman It C. Wilaon la now buildInn a nice cubage on bla farm near the Ancrum place aud wlil have every arrangi-meitl kip a 1mrm ?nd Him MinrliiAtlni/ nf a Drat cia?a poultry plant. Tbl? borne will be known as Urove-poultry farm." Mr.<iciir|e I'ennpy It now with l>r. C. A. Miltord, where he will be glad to serve hi* many Irlebda with the very best of bargalua. I'tCltSUNAI. MKNTIOW. I>r. W. T. Penney one of the oldest, moat rrilatt.F and faithful drugguta Abbeville ever bad. baa aold out Ilia enure drug bualneaa mid bin doors that have been open lor ao many >?ar? are now cliaied. Dr. I'enney had the coiitldenre not oiny of the public, but of the pbyaictaua a* well: and wbeuever be tilled a prxsrriutlou It waa a guarantee that It waa correctly dune to asy It was put up by "l>r. Penney." Many Irleuda regret to aee bun retire frorn tbe buatnea* worid, but In doltiK ao he ha? Ibe best wlauen of all for hla future welfare. Aa he goes down tue aunny alope of life be la comforted by tbe tbouKlit that he baa a loving wife, dutiful sona and daughters who will be a comfort and solace to him, and Will with the greatest pleasure tnlulaler to bU every waul. OIK TO UKKKSV1I.I.K KMMoN. t^ulte a number ol old Veterans left yeat r- j day to atteud tbe reunion at tireeuvllle.! where a big lime la proiiimod itu-ui. 1 A iaal<len'? wlabea are but litre* O'er all Ibe world, whoe'er who be i Tu baudaumb grow, ' And bate a boau. And to Ibe bridal altar goAll ibeae fruition; ol tier hope. Buy your b alery uud underwear Iruin I i Barkadalea. I I COTTON MILL ASSESSMENTS rhf CoinmImIob Ap|>olnlMl la I'l The full valuation as tlxed by tb ommiHsion ou all will property is a follows : Abbeville Cotton Mill* $ oGo.lo Aiken Mfg. Co 372,011 Anderson ("of.ton Mills ?J41t}*5 American Spinning Co 350,011 Asbby Cotton Mil In ?>,0" Alpha Cotton Mills 01,Of] \rraile Cott<?n Mills 11.1,8.1 Vrkwright MIIIh 232,00 trlington Cotton Mills- 28,(Ml Ketna Cotton Mills iennettsville Mfg. Co 180,0(1 Hue Ridge Hosiery Mill .... !?,?! iuflalo Cotton Mills 525,On iatnberg Cotton MIIIh 00,41 llarksburg Spinning and Kuitting Mills 19,7(1 ielton Mills 400,0U jrandon Mills 108,30 ieuumont Mfg. (Jo? 70,0(1 fowling Green Cottou Mill 15,0(1 ,'lear Water Bleacbery and Mfg. Co 247,00 Cherokee Falls Mfg. Co-.... 220,00 *>x Mfg. Co 70,00 felletou Cotton Mills 30,50 1 V?lll_ 1 Jfl J.| >muucu v/uiinn muin ? *w, /liuton Cotton Mill* 172,50 Columbia Mills .. .'ourtenay Mfg. Co - 350,00 Capital City Columbia Mill* 008.00 JliftoD Mftr. Co 1,050,00 jowpens Mfg. Co .. 00,00 Jbioora Cotton Mills 50,00 'lover Cotton Mfg. Co 220,50 Darlington Mfg. Co 417,50 DeKalb Cotton Mills 200,00 )illon (Bolton Mills 08,30 Jillon Hosisry Mill 50 Sdgefleld Mfg. Co 120,80 Pauley Cotton Mills 150,53 3uoree Mfg. Co 480,00 Sureka Cotton Mills 188,74 Sxoelsior Kuittinir 51 ills 100,00 ''airfield Cotton Mills 136,00 ?'ork Shoals Cotton Mills..... 33,50 fountain Inn Mfg. Co 30,0(1 franklin Mil!# 37,50 ''ingerville Mfg. Cc 50,00 tort Mill Mfg. (*> 95,00 W. l't*? Mfg. Co - 503,45 iraniteville 1,008.00 fluey Carpet Mfg. C-o 71 441 Jreenwood Cotton Mills 182,75 jreudel Mills .'(50,00 jjoldville Mfg. Co 75,00 J ran by Mills i,iin;,ou highland Park Mfg. Co 3)8,3.'] iartaville Cotton Millu iuguennt Mill*' cewan Mill* 180,0(1 nman Mill* 63,131 Fonesville Knitlng Mills 13,07 Wangle)* Mfg. Co - 770,(Ml Lancaster Cotton Mills 239,9(1 Laureus Cotton Mills? 490,(NJ Leesville Mfg. Co ?-? Lexington Mfg. Co 42,fill Liberty Cottou Mills .r>7,8li Lockhart Mills .. fi85,0(J Limestone Mills 122,01 tlanetta 109,41 Vlillfort Mill Go 61,71 Manchester Cotton Mill 247,;*, Monarch (Cotton Mills .'106,12s Marie Louise Mills 25,01 Marie Milk* 120.0U McCoil Mfg. Co 200,0C Middlehurg Mills 62,5(1 Mi 11m Mfg. CA 348,81 Mouagan Mills 105,0(1 S'ewberry Cotton Millt* 470,0(1 S* orrisCofon Mills 200,(H Jctararo Mills Co 17,5(1 )range Mills - 84,53 )rangeburg M fg. Co 200,(Ml >lympia Mills 1,885,0(1 >rr Cotton Mills 400,0(1 fieduiont Mfg. Co 1,320,00 Pendleton Mfg. Co 50,00 i'elzer Mfg. Co 1.6(H),(MJ Jiedmont Mfg. Co 1,320,00 -'alniettoMiils 52,00 ^elham Mills Putnam Mills 51,20 iiverside Mfg. Co 80,00 .Will toil Milla 4ftt (Ml Iteeily ltiver Mfg. Co 1">4,2S Springstein Mills* ^01.84 Seneca Cotton Mills 200,0(1 Saxon Mills 190.0(J Spartan Mills l/JOO.tHJ Sumter Cotton Mil h 38,34 rhe (J lenu-Low ry Mfg. Co.. u?,0(l I'be Mollohon Mfg. Co 40,0(1 rbe Pelbam Mills 195,(KJ I'be Carolina Mills 40,(Mi rhe Cheswell Cotton Mill... 100,0C ravoru Cotton Mills 21,7C ryger Mills Ud.oi rne D. E. Cou verse Co 390,(K rucapau 322,81 Uniou Cotton Mills ? 980,OC Valley Falls Mfg. Co 1,005,0( victor xuig. uo jo^.m Victoria Cotton Mills- GU,(K Wylie Mills 99,a Wulballa Cotton MIIIm 123,71 Whitney Mfg. Co 376,4< Woodruff Cotton Mills 93,5Warreu Mfg. Co 480,0( Williauintou Cotton MIIIm York Cotton Mills...'. i!47,5< RETIRED FROM BUSINESS After m l.omg nu?l Honorable i'.mr** 38 r. H. T. I'ruufy Kriln From II Ubor. Krum this advertisement publUhed el* where It will Im* ?een that Mr. W. T. I'euu< alter t curet-r of Itilrty-MVfu yeurn. baa l tired Iroui liukiueM. A belter druKgUt, or more couKcietillous man la Midon fouu Kflloleut and bouMl in 111* dealing* be b made a rniMl excellent clllx*u lor all tuo yeaix, kuU one upon whom lite Mick and I ptiyMclan could aiwaya rely lor correct It I I'd prescription*. UInhou, Mr. Oeorge Penney, will hereait be fouuil Kl the ?.lore of l?r. M illord. Mr. t'e noy lias n?U M lung irauiiug uuuer um muii and uo doubt hi* lulufe life will Kbnw Iru lie lm? Inherited Ion large*!lent. Hie uteri 11 ijuallllcn for whlob UIh lather I* diitluKUlkbc Mr. W. T. Penney, like the editor of II Pie** anil Banner, commenced buNlneaa win jri.uutf men, and uow we are oil the outpo* together, lar down Ibe wt-*leru nlope. For every new erudition in life the itt a reserve of diviue ^iKNineMM that wi meet the new need, Hod goea hefo um with the bleMttiugH of Iiim goodlier and at the right place we tlnd the Krai laid up awailiug our uw. Thus made *ur? the fullillnient of the pron ihe, "Am thy dayx, hohIiuII thy xtrengl be." Vou are under a moral obligation Home one of your fellow creaturea b fore you have any right to ask for r fretthiujc sleep. You have hmt a di unless you have given your .share of 11 impetus which driven xouix upward. !. TBOI TOPICS. * Revival Meetings-Pre tty Vlaltors-Oandl-j dates* Brotherly Love. ? Troy, 8. C., Aug. -J. IfOJ m Dr. Moment. I) I)., baa Ju?t cloaed a aerie* of meeting* at Hopewell church,greatly re*lv.. in* the xplrliuul condition of her mem here. *' Mr*. A. K. Morrl*. of Atlanta, and Ml** 10 Morrl* of Wlllingtmi have been Ml** HneMcj. CaNi?n'? plea?Htii gu?~U for a week. y ISIrth?To Mr*. J. it. Urltl, at Wldemaa, a *' daughter. 0 Mr*. E. J. Tamsart attended the meeting at1 Kll nopfwrn iui ?? ?, " .MlaaKtbel I'uderwood, a pretty yoong Indy " i *n Mlkeavliie, Kla., I? now with hernlater, 0 '* Jullu Tltti*. m a. J. K Koblnaou nod little aon ware op i j Auguitw l*?l wwk Willi ber alater-in Ik Mrx. J. N. Kobluaon. 0 > . Kate and Mlaa Bebecca Hunter, Iwnof Hi Huuttr'n bandaotne young wunioo, were Mlaa " Martha Keagan'a vlaltora laal week. < ?*ulte a number n( Trojan* will lake Id the (i eseuralnn to Ureeuvlll* thla week. Mr. W. W. Klbert frum Birmingham, Ala.,la home loalay. 0 Or. aud Mr?. H. I.. C'ulberlaon of Amity, () Ga.. entertained flfly gurata oue evening la?l n week. Many ol Ibem were Carollnlana. ' Tbey claim a aumpiuona apread, Iced relreab0 menta and an evening brim rail ot enjoyn mem. NexlTaeaday, the 12ib laal., will be given to the campaigner* of Greenwood County and 0 where ihey can apread themaelve* like a 0 green bay tree. Now all arenotellver loogued . oratora, neither bave all (he "collegiate abeep u akin," bat eqaal rig hla and prlvllegea and (I tbey ran apeak "In extenao." I) Material baa been ordered to enlarge and .. remodel oar aeademv, and work will noon btv " gin. Mr Ix>ve of Yorkvllle la the principal - elect, and MIm WeUa of Orangeburg aa aaaiat/) ant. Tbey oome with tine recommrndaltooa. We hope ibl* will be our beat acbnol year. Mr*. 11. B. Blakely and children are borne 0 from a two roonlba vlalt to ber parenta In a Milleraburg, Ky. " Mlaa Bell and Mlaa Harrle Leard bave re0 turned from Hartwell, Ga., where tbey have 0 enjoyed a few daya with fti?mla. <1 Mr. Wyatt Aiken and Mr. I. H. McCalla, " Abbeviiie'M Congreaaional eandldatea, were U amongat aa a few daya ago Tbey were travel0 log In the name conveyance. Their rivalry <> moat coualat In brotherly love. No better aon " treada tbe t>oll tban Wyatt Aiken. Hla face U la genial, hla klndneea to hla lellow-man, and 0 that charily that a nth a the parae atriuga be longtoblm. He la ooble, brave and compe" i?ni anrt will rin hla Mtmle and atate work 0 U>at tbey will not be a?bamrd of in tbe ball* 0 of Congress. Tbe ift*' named U likewise nod it wlib many kind wishes wo won id like to mo Wyatt Aiken near the "Laarela." 0 Oar Baptist meeting bexun last nlcbt with II a strong and helpful Mrmon by Re*. W. K. m Thayer of I Cock Hill. Tbls evening at K:80 o'clock Re*. M. W. Unrdon of Abbeville will V preach, and oontlnoe through tbe weak. Oo 0 Tbnrsdsy of this wwk a!l tbe ladle* of tbe A. .. R. P. obureb will mi?t there and clean otT the " >ard, and have the church In readiness for 0 tbelr meeting which will begin ?oou. Rev. K) L. J. Kcbol*, of Hopewell. Oa., will aaalftt the it pastor. u Mrs. W. P. Wldeman, In compliment to ber 4) niece*. Mis* Jeaale aud Ml** B***lr Hoyc*. of 0 Due West, entertained splendidly last Wed0 neatday evening. o The ftlrawfcerrjr Bed. _ Carolina .Spartan. <1 It iii time to prepare for planting *> strawberries. The ground should be 5 broken or spaded a foot or fifteen inches m deep. The plants should be put out 10 just as soon as they will live and grow - ?a-t_a_ f~ C3 a I 1R r# I I) wuicu in rw|iiPUiw:i i 111 m. ji urv - (buy ahould be hbailed and watered. K) The rowa ahould be 2 1-2 feet apart and 10 tbe planla 12 inche*. Ah aoou aa they K) begin to grow cultivate frequently until 10 killing froeta. Then mulch with fine 5 manure about one inch deep to pro!0 leot from freezes. Treated thin way a Ni fair crop may beaecureJ the Unit year. .0 They ahould be cultivated during the 10 aumtncr and all runuera clipped and m weedH kept down. If one ia acarce of 10 grouud, beana or beet a may be planted 10 between the rowa. They will be ready 0 for une and come off before fall. StrawM) berriea abould have plenty of potaah K) and phoaphoric acid and kept in 10 bunchef. Thus cultivated oue may 10 gatiier a quart from a single bunch. 10 10 Drinking in bueineaa bourn, stand? ing drinka at bar*, and treating, are 0 reapmiaible for more than half the () drunkenueaa which overtaken men. 0 The drunkennew? of women muat have 0 inner cause*. i) Much of the good of life cornea in the - train of disappointment, and that if 7 one bears an enforced waiting patiently 0 he gets a better thing than would have 0 contented him before. 8 0 ? I *> sis V T Li 10 Kt K) ?' W m 10 ? Is receivii I" " to make it Season is < to liis stor i -r Thin is place wlie ;y now tlie b i general cl ic i; meiise sto< lT. tlie 10th (i T. i> 1K / , A " (?nme t ^ Your best supplied. re ill re ???Jl^SSSSZSSiSiSlSSS M 5 We will do all in J; the season opened. to ie BhhJI B ^ The Crow Indians, ouce the terror i>f| the pluius, are now scheduled asamong1 tlie most industrious and prosperous Indians in the country. There are about two thousand of them ou the ('row reservation in Montana,and they have been reported at Washington aai "self-sustaining." There are irradationH of worthlessness even among savage*, and the Crows were more energetic in their wild life than were many of the other tribes, and especially those of the coast. It is not surprising, therefore, that they are more energetic in semi-civilized life than the others and are ready sooner to dispense with goverineut rations. " * Every one has a trouble and in that! trouble be needs most of all a strong, sympathetic friend. For this purpose, Jesus left heaven and took upon him our humau nature, that he might be a fully-ewuipped brother to every one in need. HU sympathy, his strength, his tenderness, and his love are perfect. Not everybody can be rich. For this we should rejoice, as we love the welfare of our country. A nation of rich men would soon become a nation o> weaklings. We need the constant l?ttie with neoe?sity to keep us "tit," atthe athletes say. Perhaps one reason why God does not let us lie happy too long at a time is because a sunny spot offers too much temptation to linger. There must be in life a good deal of unhappiness, a good deal of divine discontent, in order to keep us moving and striving. The revealing of strength is not made until the pressure of need comes. We impoMe upon ourselves needless burdens of anxiety by bringing the possible cares and difficulties of tomorrow into to-day. Koalbern KmII wny fkhMnl*. Trains for Hodge* leave Abbeville. H. c.. No M (dally) h.S5b. m.; No. t (dally) 10..VI a. m.: No. 4 (dally) l.V> p. in.; No. M (dally)7.10 p in. Trains from Hodges arrive Abbeville. No. 5, (dally) 1.55 b. m.; No. 1 (dally) 12.01 p.m.; No. It (dally) 2.65 p. m.; No. 63 (dally) ?.o6 p. m. Ciom connection at Hodge* with ibrougn trains fur Greenville, Colorable, Charleston, etc., connecting ml Oreenvllle for A. A C. Division points and the East, also Asbevllle, Atlanta, etc. Through sleepers Hod era to Charleston, on train connecting with M. ??TsIm Iisesl*. When yon want to boy some good sboes ohenp go to Tales. They sell a I1.M0 shoe lor 90 eta. Wben yon want to bay a dress or a corset or a pair boa* and want tbem cbeap go to Talc A Co. Tbey are giving the lowest price ever beard of on hata. A mans bat for 'JHcUi. Groceries can be bought at low prices from Tate, in lbs, granulated sugar for II. 10 lbs. good green coffee for 91. DEHTAL NOTICE. 8. F. Killingswortli, No. 4 Heal Block Abbeville, H. 0. DR. J. A. DICKSON, SURGEON DENTIST. I UOLD TILLiNOH; CROWN AN1) BRIDGE WORK A Hl'KCI ALTY. i A GOOD PI/ATE- $H.OO aMaLOAM KILLINGS 75c and. I.OO ; OFFICE OVER BARKUDAL.E'8 STORE. | CHALMERS & McDAVID, i Agents for Fire, Life, Accident, Bond and Liability Insurance. ARBF.VILLK, . . . N. f. j July 1U. IDT* tf M5WTAT, WflTTCE Dr. S. G. Thomson, OFFICE CP-HTAIK8 ON MoILWAlN Corner. AbtxvUla, & C. JJ ig new Goods every d; t always attractive. N on in full force, trade es whenever you will, the best evidence thai re Goods can be boug est of Bargains can b< osing out of Summer < ck of Fall and Winter f September next. o see us one and all. interests will be care ? -- olaam tru 1 I <111 rilll illltiijn j our power to main tali IMTm 1 The Marking J Down Season _ j Begins in Earnest this Week at HADDON'S. * - 'J! (treat variety of feosonahle k?>o<1h to be sold without regard to profit. We name h few of tbe choice thiols whicli must be converted into cash. 38 inch Hiack Hilk (irenadines, Black Lace .Stripe Mohairs 38 inch wide. A lot 32 inch White Goods, mostly in ktripa, former prioe 25 to 40 cent*, now J) and 25 cent*. Fine Hea Island Percale*, snort eud*, were 10 and 1 lie now 8c. 25 piece* Mtandard Ginghams, stripe*, choekn nud plain, 5c. Children's Hilk Mitts, black aad white, 5c. Ladiea' Hiack Hilk Mitts 25, 50. 7s and $1. A lot of Black Leather Belt*, odd * t .1 V>u> In BIAC9, tiiuafi. new onui wujiu^ iu c?c?j v* vvm? *-j R. M. Haddon & Co. || Drue*. 1 K/uvvMi H ^ Chemicals, . Paints, Oils* M Stationery, ^ Glass, Etc. ' < IS ABBEVILLE COUNTY. Call and yee ua, we cau certainly please you?prices and (jaulHy voiiMidered. Yount expectantly, C. A. MILFORD, "M Phone 107. The Druggist ItMltlllflif I A FI LL COURSES IN AGRICULTURE, W I A IN MECHANIC ARTS, W I J AND IN TEXTILE ENGINEERING. W A .KM) MtiulentM lux I wsxion. Expenflea Tor one year tt| ^ lor free tuition MtiulentM, $100.42. Send for lilu?- m # HENRY S. HARTZOG, President. W ? CLEM SON COLLEGE, 8. C. ? , J i imui ukk wa j W. a COTHBAN. DEALERS IN ^ 0 jr^ULKKKR, Proprietor. Maniger iSl 111, Mil iMH 1 AND ALL BUILDING MATERIAL. fiiiri ay and bis stock is kept up ho as otwitbstaiiding the Mid-Summer is still active and lively, and go von will liud all bands busy. , .7 it the people have found out the ht to the best advantage. Just 3 had, while there is going 011 a [aoods to make room for the iui Goods, that will he in store by We will take good ear? of you. "** * * * 1 ? 1 ruiiy ^uarcied aim an jum nnum just exactly what you want. 4 m uiJmiflifl \vi? li'ivtf* ovai> uhu?A ft I III; ww ' W w X/ V V? ?7ltl?V KlTliite. ?