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The Press and Banner. BY HUGH WILSON. h f . ? ABBEVILLE, 8. C. i UfPnbltobed every Wedneaday at ft! a year la advance. Wednesday, Sept 24, 1902. Twe XaUeca. - la aotftng ? change in Ut* Lminoi AdvarUeer from tbe "paieatsMe" 10 tbe alUut-bome print the Spartanburg Herald says: I I "The Laareua Adverttoer is dov an all at hosas print paper, aad tbto week It to as bright as a dollar. Bash column abowa tbe lsspcass of Its brilliant editor. W. W. Ball. Wa lailjr agree with tbe Harald lo Ita au Mia of Mr. Ball aad bis paper. But hssu fallows a notice of tbe ebanee In tba Advert tost. wbloh Is from tbe Laurena Cbaatr News, vltb the anlmua and Judgment Ofwhlab we do not agree : "Tba lanrsus Adverttoer baa eoaae oat as aa "allat hoseprint.'' Tbtoto a great In* Movaasaal over tbe old patent sbeet. Tba aeais prlat Is bseomlng snore popular every day, aad a paper asset discard tbe patent if it would kesp ap with tbe proeessloo." Wa woald not prssams to say what is beat itar either tti Lsurene AdvertUer ur tbe Lmnm Ooonty Nm, bal we may be perdosed for eaylng what we thought woekl be MM lor tbe Preee ud Banner wbea we baa doa?t tbe iU?t.hoa> print plan for tbe patent eld*. Ae tor ae tbU office la oonoeroed. ttbM baa proved tbe wledoen of oar ooane. Wbea we bod In com?pletlon tbe oben?e, wo determined to redoee the ctae of oar type. mmtoprintaemneta homeor loeal nemoo & ?M dde ae we bad bees printing oc^otb eMeo. We eat off enoagb deed beeU to redneo tbeeoet of tbe printed ebeete to eboat the ?Mooot of tbe white paper of tbe larger edition. TUaebaage was aeda eome twenty yean HB, and, nnpt oae otber paper, we believe tbe Preee aad Beaner wee tbe flret to adopt tbe plan in tble state, wbleb ae tar ae we know, baa been abundantly eatlefiietory to i kMk ik> ill iltn uil iha iirlnuw I- B?dw tlM anr uiuicaMl, lb* trwpMoi apnntaM or approval by lobaerlbWMNT?7pUUyia|U>ai,iiid mibooibi lb* wtwlhwi ptld UMlr Hbwrlpllooa mora HiwHlly. A nambw of Umd told oa that worth tb? price Tbe Frtm ud Banner may not be aMa to keep ap wltb tbe prowion. We anaMiWMMd about tba "procaeeioo" out wy?iMiittif. man wltb mora ability. M MHBfa and nora span money tbaa tbe editor of Umi Frees and Banner ml<bt print a NM??U all ton print paper, bat wa have & " obaerved Itm aU at boai print paperu tbat Iwittwgbt vara wprtor to oar pxtni m Ma, la attliar vMUtr or of matter. Tte Ptm tad Bush tea no tboogbt of go* V teak to tteftltHO-teflM print. Wawoakl qalttte >iatii belbra wo would do ttei Bat tra Mito a* rMiatloa oa may bnuw i - wlb|iHan wpiiw aatbodi br hlaaaalfor atert nilou tor Ma aabacrtbara. Wtetter palant attfo lor aUat-boo?e yitati tte tea urn aboald not te teg. laaMU flWBIiiiamlalaporttat, too. If, j ?tei, olhar Uiiaga tolng aqoaJ, a pnbilabar mm terii tyyi aai aau m nuy m'a oa a yMatriiiMlMwottdaatoou aU avboM prtot papar tte tUrttei print papar la at a gnat disadvantage, aad tte teabfb oooatrj altet-boaia prlntad papor W?li Sad It hard to aooapata with the pateot Jv WttMlk*. All?. OMa Dm4j Allan died laet bOJadajr ' annlHi itoai low o'ekMk utd to Um ulur^ foaeral eertleea war* bold la U? Preebyuirtaa Churcb. SIa body wu Interred at Upper V Long Oae grave yaro, wbeio real tins duet oi K\. am of kHUOind. It UM B0? bMON m\~ ? wy Mag in (pwtepa two ycamj tbat hi* trotter Ab Allan, died and ?u burled tbere. Mr. Allan* wtdoaed motter a wUetrteteo S3 la jmm, aadtn tergriafatlbedeaibol ber Ma, a larpo eoaaeeiloa aympaUiiae with ber. Mr. Aim ted been la tolling health for eavmalyeam, nod ble death wee sot onex parted. Be va never married. In ite K* daUK Mr. Aitaa we are again reminded of tUaugnUMttm brlage la Ite duaen ? afelp of a ally or towa. Korty yc*>? ago aayaf aartert alUaaaa bore tte name 01 |sA Wen. Baft bow Bat oaa mala mem bar ol i.i'[ : ite aamarass tomlly remalm All are I litter M OT fOM swey. Soaie or Mr. flea1* sisters ore euU with a* tool Lbey bare Burled, sad of coarse bo loager bear Tbe ADews. tbe Wardlawe. aad the Psrrlm. ptaaelorty years ego, Oat aow tboee tkaHliee tare tow repreeeatatlree. They bare beeo gathered to their lathers. or also bave found mwuick. Jrt - * A MUMId Tlaso?Pretty Teeag lailea. ! MoOorailok. 8. C.. Hope 1&?Ooe of tbe meet ' enjoyable aflblnol tbe eeeeoa awe glreo ai tbe MeCtonalek baU Wedaeedey evealag. *he kalbttag woe lighted wltb saaay color ed light*. Haatetoas nates were played bj , tbaee sot danrtag, Tbe Greenwood bead played eweetaaete aad <taadngwaelodalc?l M aattl a late boor. Dainty rarreebraeau were eervgd^ b^^Medeme Maldan, Carroll Amaag tboee who groeed tbe oeeaaloa were: MJasCwadta Irby. of Lowtideerllle. wb< aMdoaaay (Meade by ber ehamlag ways. ? ? m<m Kattt !? ? BMtUlv (oeiud la laoc (*%iVtn)iH?l Htout, a ntuir b?ooti? ' la white waah eblflac |B? Moodi Tilly, a charming and grade Pal >nw?. vara a pretty dtw of tuckei atto, nlmtWBM and liberty mtla rib MlwEU?Jgeslaeivoreabandw>me gowi fold rone allk. Mlm Mlaa Mm Kelley'c angelic beauty wm bTOBgaioallabtoe ?ilk man*. trimmed li Mlm Bw>> n?dwoa made a charming pic ' tare la white organdie. irllta pale blue ribbon Mlm Mamie Marray ln blae dolled wiw waamoeh admired. Mlm May Headeieoo la white, with plol rlMaaiaeery attractive. Mlm raaale Jean Inge wore a simple, ba da to ty gown of cream malle. Mr/Mllkr. of Mt. Camel ;l>r. Klrtpatrtcl ofLovamelUe; Prat Hoke, of Newberry, fc Cj Mr. Joka Bradley, Mr. Jamee Brltt. Mi M IMbert, Oapt HmlUt. Mr. Jim Cortey, M: Lather Beakln, Mr. Joootie R Smith. I A. taltk A Ca.*a I<eal?, , IttoutorM to aay vbtUw you prater t IVlWabMoruKtanlilrttfaiuMoori ateagrbare ud pay mil prices. a. M. ttmlti ' Put Ml barley, rye aod oat*, allver aft I ad yallow onioo Mta of tbe beat quality an tloMprlMa. A. M. Hmltb * Co. Baa oar Has of corduroys for maftlog ptai n< ablrla?Use baat ?wrlD| good* you c* flod tor Lb* nooqr. A. M. Hmltb A Co. II |N wool to bay foods cbeap oomo an aaaareaoaaof Um (real bargalo* wa base 1 diMUBW' aaaaptea. Wo base J oat receive lafga ebtposeat of Umm aaasplee lo wblc wa Jtad UBS baodkarobJate, maoy of wble atvoaaatlfal ai?d all of tbaoa ara dirt ob?a| A. M. Hmitb A Co. f Wo bava linaooaa quantities of nodarwaa moat of wblob are samples aud going a prtoaa lovor tbao you wtr beard of, bat a daotau too lo take oar word tor IV. bat a do aanMOUy raqneel you to call aad aoo k JOOTNil IO0 grou Kifuaa w? auo WMHI|?| | T>?<WiHlilhAMirteiB pminlai po dar?aa bo bad at Speed Drue Co. m'*, / Hot mttir to talk about rtovM, bet the fcV tbawaiaeoofclag itovea, racai*r bot wUm :-> ' ?o*?a> qek* cooMn. W. !>. Bark*dal*. ' Wboo awdlBg auytblog to the faraltai llM,b?Nra to vtall Uko tun room of Tt JKerr Kmrsitw Ux Tbay bsv* two (3) ibmdi SMMfilled to wwfttroi and tbvlr prki if.- V ?h?tt eoaapouuoo oabHtoocb. sfj<r- ' . , .jj... i ii '* .' ' ft II R. M. ||=JE I WILL ATT] FLOWERS Our 1 I A UP Now call ; WELCOME At the First Pres The Newly Elected Pastor, Rev. and Hearty Greeting?A Lai resentatlves from All Denom dered Mr. and Mrs. 5loan. (Greenville Newt.) It was k large congregation, including reprawaullVH from all tbe local denomination*, tbat welcomed to Greenville tlie Rev. T. W. Hloan, the newly elected pea lor of the Ftnrt t'rmbrtorltD oburcb. The service* were held laat nigbt In lb* auditorium of the Firm chnreb. Tbe roetrnm waa made beautiful by liirge banka or palm* and lerna on either *ld?L Tbe moalo of tba cbolr waa a pleealng feature of (be exerclae*. Mlaa Kllliau'a aolo, "Tbe Heavenly Hong." waa especially good. Tbe invocation waa offered by Rev. W. L. Uoggn, paator o! tba Tblrd Preabyterlau cbureb, followed by an addreaa of weloome by T. H. iHlall, aenlor elder of tba Firm cburcb. Mr.Htall In feeling terma welcomed tbe new paator on bebalf of tbe congregation and offl ' kkv. o. G. mayes lo ibe following words welcomed ibe new pas' lor: , 1 with lo lake advantage of Uila oocaaloo to ooogrutulale you members of ibis church . upon your good lute and sound Judgment In . selecting a paaior. I am not given lo flattery I and would not knowingly apeak one word ol i tela* pralae, but I know ibe mau whom you , bave eboeeo. It waa tu aludeni day* tbat f learned to know blm and ibe paaetng yur? ' bave eonflrtned my early Judgment. Yon . bate called a good man. i And, my Irteod, I am reminded again of lb< tact tbal alrange tblngado oorne to pau iu the , course of buman Ufa My mind reverie tc Ibe lime wbeo at a Junior I presumed in as i.i. ?>ih ami uninn. WIl>i Brvau. Ken ! nedy, Mcllwalne, Potts, bbeppard, hImo and While?now widely separated to the Master') . servloe. And now ll ou cone to pass thai we should meet again to It* associated It . work. Hlrange that ll should have been 1 who pre*Ided over Ibe presbytery that re i calved you. I do noi say Into the Presbyte rtan church, lor yoa were nwer out of It, hui , Into Ibe preebylcry of Enoree. And again u i be asked to bespeak you a word of welcome It behalf ol a portion oI ibis community, ll li ? nol lbs purpose ol your people to keep you al > to themselves. They woulu have yon becom< i a member ol Ibe Christian fraternity of IbU ' community. II Is expected thai you sbouk i recognise the brotherhood of ail Gcd's peopli and ttiat your labors among us should be Ic I accord with the Christian principle of eo operation rather than tne worldly ruleol com pellllou. Coming Ibns, we are here to gree l you with an open door and warm welcome r, I speak In behalf of all Ibe I'rertylerlat ? bomes to which you have nol already called Tbe pulpits ol the two Utile cburcbee thai ari allualcd on either side ot you stand open u yoa. and especially thai portion of inecilj thai Mas on the sunset side of tbe Keedy inhere I have the honor to dwell. Let me saj ll la yours. Come over and come often. o 0 kkv. /? t. cony ^ In behalf of the Baptist churches weloomei Mr. Mloan In tbe IoiIowiuk words: n li Is my joy tonlKhl to wsiootne >ou In be il half ol Ibe fiapUsts and ltapilsi churches o our cliy. Home of these llaptlsu alreadj M know yon; many you know through you D work aud Influence. And sluce your uaim has been connecled wllb Ibis churcb 1 bavi . beard Ibem speak your pralMt aud rejoice li 11 your cnoilnx. And It la no perfunctory won I speak to night when 1 say ibat your liaptis ? bretbren welcome yoa. U We are truly glad to have you asclllseu am ? pas lor In our city. Yoa begin your paatorau ' wllb Ihelr oonfldaoca and good will aui wishes. They will be glad to eae you walkiui r, their slraels, to gel acquainted with you it They will know that yoa can'l remember al ? '?? and names, and so I bey Will spesl ? to yoo when they meet you, and if yoo foige >r the/ will apeak again and again sod tell yoi |. their uamea many timet, and 1/ you tuUUk then for Preebyterlane tuey will glee you i good natured smile. They are a Doble peopl and will give you a royal welcome. Oar variooM churches have drawn aom? - what different circles. The circle of doctrluc which oar BaptUt cburcbea have drawn la no exactly the aame aa that which the I'reaby t? n rlan church baa deacrtbad. The circles vary ir but 11 In alao true that tbecanter la tbn aame Co all tbuee varying c'rclea. That center la J? na Christ and hu doctrine of aavlug grace. * When we conalder It aright It bwoan* i* a great and bopeiul truth that almost ail c ? oar proteatant cburcbee, notwltbatandlm > Uialr dlflerencee aae one In their belief abou | tbe Bible, about tbe Trinity, about the dlvlii ' " >- - v T N HADDON & C EDNESD 3ptember 24 )ur Mi! IACT ANY ONE. W IN GREAT VARIETY Fall Attra rdial Invi i we extend a cord and see our elegan R. M , SfcKVlUib I ?byterian ChurchT. W. Sloan, Ls Given a Cordial rge Congregation, Including Rep- 1 inations, Attended Reception Ten' Ity of Cbrlet, about ?al vat Ion by failb. t'oncernio* tbeee dootrlDM tbere la aa mueb different* ?>( opinion In onr eburohaaaaDetwt-w ' our cbitrcbw. Tbatfactla tbe moat bopenl feature <>f modern Proiaetantiam. Now, we welcome you beraua* we believe you hn\?i come to llrvenvUle to atand for K?ui hinaia TKm? >r? th* foondttlnDB that iouni ever be relald. They are our commls ilon In III*. Totnt.lt is also ac Inspiring fact ibat our (tbo rchea tantl lor tlie mid* ld*al of Christian life. There rn ooaidniK dill'ruDM in church piety and wontblp. but when we cvtmlo tbaf Ideal of Christian Hie, what doee the Lord God require of u? but to do Justly and lo ,1mlit bumbly before God. We welcome yon because yon maa** lo Greet -1 Title to aland Yor this Ideal of life. And while i you stand lor tbeae Mil urn we will, I pled** you, support you wltb our sympathy, prayer* and co-operation. UKV, K. I*. TAYLOK . extended greeting* lo Mr. Hioan from the i Metbodlnt cburcbea of the city. He nuid lu ' part: It glvee me pleasure to welcome auyou* to I Greenville, I be "Pearl of tb? Piedmont," to ! enjoy UjIs delightful climate, to drink this excellent water aod to enjoy the booplUtlily 1 of lb!? kind, generouN and cultured people, i Mr. Mloaa, It affords me great pleasure lo be the mouthpleee of the Methodists of Grt-en> ville to extend a welcome to yon. We wel' come you lo our botuea. Io our state there is ' a luk that "the latch string bangs on the outside of the door." hot In Mississippi the ' waylng la "tbe door In on it* hinges. wur; door* are ofl their bln(?>. so tf welcome ' you lo our home*, and wben we are tu Joy come and laugh with us and when we are Id sorrow come and xhed team with ua. We welcome you to our heart*. You shall have our sympathy and our prayer* that your ministry may be pleasant and profitable. ItKV. A. K. MITC'll KI.I.. In behalf of the F.plsoopal churchea of the city Mr. Mitchell extended a very cordial and hearty welcome to Mr. Hloan, He spoke with sincerity and earneatneea. KKV. T. W. HLOAN. To the above addre?as of welcome Mr. Hloan made a brief but earnest reapoiihe. He began by saying tbat he was exceedingly grauiful to the kind people of ireeuvllle for the cordial welcome they bad gi?en him. He referred to the different speaker* who had welcomed him during the evening. He Was associated with Dr. Taylor In another portion of the state. In referring to l)r. Cody Mr. S|o?u said that be was a close neighbor, In fact close enough to throw rneks, but he conld. re*t assured that no rocks would be thrown. To Mr. Mitchell, b? said that bis congregation in Abbeville had worked very congenially with that of the Kplacupal church and that be predloUd the two Ureeovtlle congregations would be equally as harmonious and congenial. Mr. Hloan made a strong impression upon his bearers and his talk was referred lo as a i "gem." After tbe services in tbe auditorium were ooncloded, thn congregation was Invited Into the Sunday school room adjoining where each one was given toe opportunity to shake tbe hands of Mr. and Mr*. Sloan. i Tbe following committee o| ladles received : I Mrs. li. A. Morgan. Mm. (V K. (irahatn. Mrs. J. Wood?'de, Mrs. W. P. t'onyers, Mrs. Wm. i CeIy. Mrs. Geo. Taylor, Mrs. Xoreum, T. H. 8 tall. Nsrse'a Lsesla. I will order on or before September 1st, a lotoi winter cabbage plants, any one desiring plants will please let me know at once. Two nice black pigs for sale. A nice cheap line of grates. Call anil see k nmp)??iad|ivfl mti your oruer. win imr i, tbem Mil lu your borne* at a very moderate 4 price. > A lew choice ?ee<l poUloe* (or second crop ' Price very loir to cluae ilietn out. ( ' A nice line of Iruah good* lu nil kind* of I ciuoni uinu. Have you mmb toy Block ol frmh niuplo mdU if fancy cracker*. u doi, yon nbouid. I Mix of lbs boat varieties o( turnip m**! to I arrive Saturday. Amg?U. Moiw. ... .. " !0* ^ L O] WILL TAKE ayTU th. Llinery E HAVE A FULL ] WHICH WILL BE * / 1 IN hi ctions IOR TIVE tation to ial invitation to i t line of (iooas o Very respectfully, . HA] t L. Cordially Invites tl Largest and H displayed in f HIS 8TOC Black J cents to $1 * ~ ? n as n ill? iftUU ?u them most We wot Furnishing t tractive. COME] Only a sell tliem i Look at 01 ])lc of Bargai 'mir'N I^trnlM. KMrmer* your crop |? Mhnrt. but you ? ? live wlieu Title will' tell yuu good Hour Hi S4.l?? per bhi. When you want a Hboe thai will lant you all winter buy one from II. .M. Tale <k Co. N,~l 1,1 -'1 k" tilMrxn 111 MlllM-M from I air mil III an IUr ? . -the baby up. And whro you want h -ult fur the uttla boyn. you can buy 11 Irom Tale ?v Co., lor 75cu. Yoa can afford to rat rice and drink cotfce when ynu cm n buv JI lb* rice for *1 ??, and 10 lltH vood gre? u coflee (or SI (JO, from il. M. T??te A Co. Come alop.u and buy dome jjood undf rwlilru and keep warm thin winter. Tbey wont coat much ifyou buy tbem from Tale. Ik the quid who removed mi old ?cri?p dook from the ufDop of Uie t'retm and Uaunvr will return lb* ?ajn?-. no <|ue?tlon? will be a*k?-d, and he can auk oa lor any amount ibat he tblnka propnr. If Nee our Ikndy, The Mock In the (n**hen and nloeat la AbbovtJIe. -The Speed Drug Co We can heat the world on nlw oold drink*. If vou don't, believe. It a?k your neighbor. Phone 1U7. Mkllord'a ltruK Store. - V. ' r ' T.TT-^ i R. 1 pen PLACE ON J Tli i Hi JL JJL 1 Sept Depa: LINE OF RIBBONS ON EXHIBITION. LDIES DRESS GOODS, * nr a iqtu TU T LAlfll!ii9 H AAOIO M.KJ m. , WE HAVE EVER YE All ill the ladies of 1 n the above dates DDor W.\( lie People of Abben lost Attractive St< he City of Abbevil !K of Ladles Dress G< Dress Goods you can j .50 per yard. Every . y one needs only to 1 satisfactorily supplied ild call special attcnt Goods. These lines ro see us, on: -a 111 VAI IOOK Will CUIlVllltiC J vri it the very lowest pric ir Local Coluti ns we are noi L. V IlnrkMlnlr N UmU. Haixaln prleea In flour, get them and be I Hurprlnvtl ut Hit* price of nurd g<m?In. W. I>. Kark?dale. A big lot and line of SI.ill ahoea, tailh aim, women and children. W. I>. ilarkudalc. I Hut prlcea id ahlrla. 'die ahlrt at Sic. W. I). IUrk?dale. I'rutth Food In Hlock make hen? lay. W. IK liarkiulale. New Orlrana molaaaea ?H Kradea. Cuba | sugar ayrupa at, W. I?. Itarkxdale. Trunk* nil aizea and kinda. W. II. Harkadale. Wheeler A WHaon aewlni' nmelilnea are Che I brat, all Kuaranled. W. I?. Ilarkadale. Kxtra pwrla for any machine made. AI | luachlnea are hauled, cleaned and repaired.. W. I>. liarkMiale. t'ouie aud aee ua for anything. \V. 1>. ltarkadale. j mIiocm, xeo our lln?* of tin#' *ho?? belore buylui;. W. !?. Itarkwlnle. t*rulU h ood ftl MIIIonT* )>ruK store. I'boae : ItX. 1 ^ ? ? ^ iin'i'iMaM I. HADDON & Lizif irsda1 ? 1 ORiV emuur rtmenl , TRIMMINGS, PLU FLANNELS AND FLA HE LARGEST AND Ml T SHOWN 131 ACiifivj this city and com > I & c TT T T T / HI 1 ille County to insj )ck of Fall and VI Lie. oods is simply imnien *et anything you wan Department is filled to uake his wants know I. ion to our Clothing i are unusually full an E AND ALL! i that we have the ( :es. nn and yrou wi vv ottering7. WH The State of South Carolina,] Col'STY OK AUBKVII.I.K Probate Court.?Citation lor letter* of Admlnlatratloa. itv II. K. HIM., F.MJ., II IK.K OK I'kohatk. "Y\'IIKKKAH, A. C. ClinkucHlea Iimh ?' made null to inc. to Kraut lilin l.?ttera of AilllllnUiriltlon of Hie K*UUe mijiI rllei-lN ol Mr?. Margaret K. Cllnki>c*U-a, late of Abbo v11Connly. deeeaNtnl. Tlieae lire therefore. to cite and admouWh all ninl ?liitftiiar the kiuiiml mid Creditor* of the uii<l M?r?;?rfi K. Cllnkaealtw, drc'U, that tliey In* ninl u|>(>eHr iteiore me, lu I he I 'our i ol Probate, to tie held at Abbeville C.H.. on Wednea lay the ihi day of Oct. i9??j. alter publication hereof, hi II o clock in llie forenoon, to allow cauae II any Ihty have, why the aald AdtuluI n t ra 11 oil wliould not beK"tnted. " * l?flh.lWM iilveu under my iimiiu huh ... ...*, , till* loc.li <Uy o! .sepleiui>?r, lu the [SKA!.! ye?r of our l??rd one UkiukhihI nine I hundred and two.Miid in the I J7(M year | ol American Independence I'uhllHhed on the 17th day of September] I'.nfJ, in the l'reh? hihI Mitnner and on Ihe. Court Mouh** door lor tile I line required by | law. K. K Hil.U Judge of l'robal?. | ?????? 5 c?. || MES AND l . NNELETTES >ST ATTRAC- || [LLK. || munity to ||| 10. I ' i hi act the Grandest^ rinter Goods ever se, and in it from 10 overflown to have md Gents9 id and atioods and 11 see a sainfTTTT. The State of South Carolina, IXMJNTY OK ABBKV1LLK. Probate Court.?Citation lor letters of Admin lalratloc. By It K. IIili., Km*.. Jcimjk or 1'koiiatk. WIIKBKAH, II. C. P??ore hu m*<1? null Ut mi>, lo Rrnnt Mm l^tiera ?r ArtminMrallon of the IXale and efTecU of Mm K. A. Moore, late of Abbeville County, dfimwi Thrar are therefore, lo eite and admonlxh all and (lingular the kindred and creditor* of lbt> Hald K. A. I'oore. deceased, tbat they be and appear belore me, lo the I'ourt of Pro. bate, to be held at Abbeville C. tl? on Wednesday, the l?l day of < >ct., is*/.', alter publicstlon bcreol, at II o'clock lu ihe forenoon, lo how caUMe, If any they have, why the aald AdmlntNtrallou should not be granted. Given under my hand and weal of the Court. I thin Itilh day of Sept., In Ihe year (Hk \ i.." of our l?ord one tbouaand nine bun- J ilrr?t nod two. Htm in inn m iu ... Anirrlran Independence. I*ti t?I IkImhJ on the 17lh ilny of K*|>t., lWfJ. In tit** I'rwm Hiitl lUnurr mu4 on the I ourl IIoum- door for tbc time r<<)Ulr?-d by l?w. IC. K. HIM.. Judge of Prulatl*.