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The Press and Banner
BY HUGH WILSON.
Wednesday, Oct. 4, 1893.
Mr. Andrew Anderson, of Bri^rwoo
neighborhood, was ?n our office Inst Morula}
He suys the cotton Is now nearly nil open
?nd thinks the crop in his neighborhood wil
be about a half a full crop. The corn crop ii
that faction, however, is very goix*. Great el
tort is belna made to gather the h?y crop.ani
Mr. Anderson thinks that the lo>s ot trie ion
der crop will be fully marie np by the hay am
pea vine crop. The sweet potato crop is ex
Mrs. James A. Bowie came home witl
her nHce, Miss Agnes ijuaries, last Friday
Miss O uarles hud speuta month in Ashevillc
Mrs. Bowie has not been In Abbeville foi
for four years. Since she whs here the (>., C
& N. and a number of new houses have beer
built, and the place presents many evidence!
of life and prosperity now which It did noi
possess years ago.
Dk. F. l. PArker. a distinguished physl
clan and surgeon of Charleston, Is In town
spending some time with relatives and
Irlends. He comes to take a short recreation
before re?umlng his duties lu the Medical
College of Charleston.
It Is the opinion of those who make cotton
a study, that the price will reach nine cents,
We copy an article on the subject which maybe
Interest! lig to our farmers, but each man
must be a Judge of his own Interests.
It Is now only a short time Tlntil we may
look out for frost. The summer Is over and
the cotton is not tethered, neither has the
grass been placed In the barn. For these reasons
tb ere is unusual activity on the farms.
Judge Cothrax will build some dwelling
houses near the shops, which will he for rent.
He Is now building an office for Cipt. J. T.
ti>n ioi inrim rlv uved as a tnurble
Mr, Kt.ugji entertained some friends lost
Tuesday nliihtln honor of Mrs. Klugh's relative.
Miss Siler of New Orleans, who left
Abbeville Is Ailing up. Nearly every
m*>k and corner has somebody In It, and Ihe
deraaud for houses Increases.
Mr1 Foster Cromer understands the silver
tjue?tlon, and has see-i the great World's
Filr. He Is now a tit subject for matrimony
# Hkssrs. Beacham will occupy the lot between
the Alston house aud Dr. Thomson's,
as a lumber yard.
Mr. W. V. Clinkscales Ik now with J. D.
Kerr & Co., wbere be will be glad to see his
We oflera first-class white lead at very low
price. Harrison <& Game.
Young man wanted to learn the drug business?some
knowledge of Latin necessary.
Apply at Press and Banner office.
Carry your pictures to Kerr and have them
framed. Work guaranteed. Prices as low as
A new line of shades Just in at Kerr's.
\>urutiu IUUO U?U UC ivuuu IU uu nvuuuuuvw
Take your for ken mirrors to Krrr's and
have them relit ted.
When needing anything In the furniture
line go to Kerr's.
Smoke "Cuban Plantation" cigars, the best
nlckle cigar In the city,-at A. M. Hill <fc Sons.
Pickled Balmou by retail at A. M. Hill &
Boneless hams just received at A. M. Hill &
Try our Java mixed, "home roasted," ccflee.
A. M. Hill & Sons.
Ladies, try our sweet picket. Thevarede'
light!ul. 25c. per quart. A. M. Hill & Sons.
Try our "dime foraud" condensed nil Ik. A
M. Hill & Sons.
Splendid line of stoves and tinware. Also,
extra stove pieces?Joints, elbows, etc. J. H,
Special prices on drills and 4-4 shirtings by
the bolt at J. H. Latimer.
See the new stoves at J. H. Latimer's.
Shoes. A large stock of hoes cheap. Also
dry goods, notions una trunks. J. H. Latimer.
Go to Smith A. Sons for boys and children's
clothing. They are leaders this fall.
Have you seen Smith & Sons hats? They
are ahead of anything on the market.
Gents white silk fancy borded handkerchiefs
at cost at Smith & sons.
W. Joel Smith Sons have a grand assortment
of bandkerchlels. White hemmed, fancy
colored borders and black and colored silk.
We are showing an elegant stock of Shirts,
collars, cravats, suspenders, Ac. Remember
we are sole agrnts lor the "Elghmle Shirt."
W. Joel Smith & Sons.
Every one can get what they want In a sum
mercoat by calling on P. Rosenberg & uo.
If yon want a nice coat for summer wear
call and look through our alpacas, serges and
flannels. P. Rosenberg & Co.
Remember at Haddon's you will find an
endless variety of novelties, hoih in dress and
trimming materials not lound elsewhere in
Hides. C. P. Hammond & Co. pay highest
market price for them.
C. P. Hammond & Co. are now ready lor the
winter trade in shoes See them.
Haddon's wll^ have on exhibition next,
WCCIi IUC lUlCOi iicn lUitt lOOUiuun 111 IU1IIII1ery.
Haddon's open Id? will begin next Wednesday,
tbeCTlh instant. Tlie ladies are especially
The Tugaloo Iron Works can repair your
engines, gins. &c. Sow Is the time to bring
your machii.ery to tlie shop, so as to have li
ready when reeded.
Aug. W. Smith's line of neckwe;?r is given
up to be tlie prettiest th>it ever shown in Abbeville
Irom 5 cts. to SI &V
Zephry at 5 cts. per ounce. Aug. W. Smith.
Have you n nice suit mude to order through
Aug. W. Smith.
If you want a nice pair of kind eloves In
any of the new shade* m> to Auk. W. Smith
Outings 20 per cent less than the real value
for dresses or shirt waists. W. E. Hell.
Fresh lot fall ginghams calicos and dress
goods just received for the tall trade.
W. Ii. Hell.
Reese <4 I) up re have bracelets of the very
a test sty le.
Go to Smith jc Sons for cheap bagging and
Smith A Sons are well storked with first
clahS goods and low prices. You cannot do
better than give tlum a call for anything you
Fresh lot of Tennessee raised seed barley
and rye Just in. Now Is the time to sow. W.
Joel Smith A Sons.
Go to Smith A Sons for fresh seed?barle\
and rye?ana sow at once.
l'earl onion sets to arrive this week. We
have a limited supoly. so call furly if you
don't want to be disappointed. W. Joe*
Smith & Sons.
If you w?nt an early fl' e sprlna veuelable,
buy pearl onion sets iruiu Smith & Sons and
piaut at once.
We have ttie nicest stock ol hats and caps
shown In Abbeville in n imig time. Come
and see them. W. Joel Smith A Sons.
Ask for our Tourist and C'ush hats In
Madras, the new color. Smith A Sons.
Boys full soils nice patterns good, only SI.
Aug. W. Soi ith.
Be sure and show your cotton to Autr. W
Fresh lot plain and French cnndv, crystallzed
fruits, tine clears and good chewing tobacco
at Aug. W. Smith's.
Choice lot. of brooms, water buckets, baskets
of all kinds and everything lu wooden and
willow ware. Aug. W. Smith.
Be sure and show your cotton to Aug. W.
A No. 1 suspender for 5 cts. at Aug. W.
Buy your breech loading shot guns and
loaded shells from Aug. W. Smith.
Seven hundred barrels flour in and to nr
rive. All grades. Lowest prices. Pitch in
unci buy all you need before tlie price goes up.
My stock of hardware, crockery ware, bug
Ey and wagon harness, saddles, bridles, col
lars, Ac., Is ready for inspection. Aug. W.
My advertisement is a personal invitton for
you to visit my store. Aug. \V. Smith.
Green kid gloves are the newest. Aug. W.
Smith has them, every pair guaranteed.
Haddons have received their first shipment
Of fall goods. They are preparing lor a big
trade tuis fall. If keeping the largest variety
of fashionable goods at moderate cost will
Interest you then call at Haddous.
All slippers for less than cost. Now Is your
time to buy Koods cheap. I will leave for
.New iorK in less man luuays ior new goous,
so don'i put It off. W. K. liell.
We have a nobby line of children, boys and
young mens suits. It will entertain y>u and
lie to jour Interest to see them, W. Joel
Smith & Son*.
For chenille curtains, lace curtains, chenille
table covers, tapestry and all kinds of draperies
go to Aug. W. Smith.
Don't fail to see Auir. W. Smith's stock of
clothing belore buying.
The very best quality of table damask and
napkins to match will be found at Aug. W.
Vanilla crmoklets, cream lunch, oyster
roonlier, assorted linger and animal crackers.
Aug. W. Smith.
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; J?'aii At]
New Goods in Ei
Dress Goods, at ]
Wfl Tint, nppri tn stimuli
"Fake" bankrupt sales or "Fake'
goods at bankrupt prices.
Head our Adve:
Every article advertised will
at all hours, and sold at the ve
bargains will be offered in every !
In all the new shadiDgs at th
In this department we defy c(
are warranted to give entire satifi
BLACK DRESS GOOD;
We are now in position to off
stock of Black Goods to be foui
are the lowest.
COLORED DRESS GO<
We have now open for your inspecti
should be pleased to have our patrons, a
our town, call and see these Magnificent
makes in theeouutry.
In all the New Braids, Velvets aud
WASH DRESS GOODS
In new Ginghams for waists and dr
FULL LINE DOMEST1
In Bleached and Brown Komosp
Bleached Drills, Bed Tickings, 10-4
Fannel. Lineseys, &c.
WHITE and RED FAI
Everything you want in this line fo
ery Flannel for children's skirts.
TABLE LINENS, &c.
Do you wish a Table Cloth or Doyli<
and Cotton Towels cheaper than you evi
From a cheap oc Scrim to a real fin
For curtains in ten different styles,
in Tidies, Tray covers, Splashers. &c.
We have a full line in everythinj
chiefs, Buttons, &c.
Iu Hood's Socks, Roots, &c.
QUILTS and COMFOR
Quilts, lied Com forts and Crochet S
Ladies' and Children's Wraps in all
W lljLi tai<
We extend to every one u cordial in
We will show all the late styles in
HATS, BONNETS A
We want you to come and we want you
money. Tnis is no ideal talk, but we
Thanking the ladies for past favors i
remain Yours r
Do you wish a shoe for ladies or chil
Bros., Climeut & Ralls, and several o
011 Ladies' and Children's Shoes.
LAST BUT NOT LEAS
Our Millinery Department. We
Bonnets, Ribbons, Feathers, <vc. Sor
have one of the largest stocks of Kibt
prices that wiil defy eompetion, having
the factory of Levey Rros. We an
you ever bought them from any house i
reiy Department BKBBHOnBBBI
le and Fashionable Lower
Prices than J
r House. 7
?+o mm VmcnnnoQ Tw annniiTiniTiO'
4JUU UU1 UUOXUUUU VJJ uiuuvuuvau^
' purchases, but we sell you fresh
rtisement Below, i
be on sale every day of the week
ry lowest prices. Lots of other |]
le lowest price. t
jmpetition, All our Black Silks ?
er the largest and best assorted :
id in this country, and our prices
ion a full line of New Shades, and we
s well as strangers who' may be visiting
; Dress Fabrics, comprising all the best
Silks to match Dress Goods.
esses. Calicos, Sateens, &c. 1*
:c GOODS. G
un, Checked Homespun, Brown and "
Bleached and Brown Sheeting, Cotton
r underware. Full line of embroid- --
;s. I can save you money. Linen
er bought t.iem.
e Lace Curtain 3 1-2 yards long. ^
Table covers, Stamped Linen Goods
*. Cloves, Corsets, Hosery, Handker- a
preads, &c. ^
the New Shades and Stvles.
dren. If so, we have them in Bering
ther makes. We can save you money
will show all the latest styles in Huts,
ne of them direct from Pari9. We jon
ever brought to this market, and at
bought our Ribbon Stock direct from f
a able to sell you Ribbons cheaper than
n this town.
:e place w
and Saturday, "
29 and 30th. 1
vitation to attend our Fall Opening, ff
ND DRESS GOODS. ]
r trade, and will guarantee to save you
mean what we say.
iind hoping you will give us a call, we ?
We have jus
A.nd in Fact Anyt'
A 11 iTrn o c?Tr id 1
CXJ.A VV C OiOiL XOj *
Don't Comh to Tow
if ou will be standing
We sell the Kvippend
:elehrated Ladies Shoes
55.00 a pair. They are ?
etitors as heing the hei
Ladies Shoes from 95
11 ntljoT iiiiA SiluutK.
II. VfJlVX iAJI t-v
Ladies heavy shoes f
We sell the Bay Stat
Company's Goods in all g
guaranteed, and in fact
f our Shoes to give sati
From $1.00 a Si
GENTLEMEN, IT IS
A FULL LINE OF A
In our other Store w
ies, Harness and Saddh
General Merchandise lm
on all in a short time.
A.. M. I
he public are now excited, over perp
;pt by us, find oflered nt PRICES THAT DKFY O
When In the city call and see for yourself, as w
We keep the only COAL and WOOD YARDS
ill will furnish OAK and PINE WOOD In any qi
Are the best equipped In the up country?furi
In this department you will find CAltlllAU
d M1LHURN WAUON8. Also, IIARNE-SS,
National Bank <
-a. o oeviii
ALLEN SMITH, President. W
BEN J. S. UAKNWEL
.11. II. rAIIKLK. Abbeville, S. C., J.
W. WHITE, Abbeville, C., W.
JO. ?. EDWARDS, Abbeville, S. C., W.
J. ALLEN SMITH, lb
|OES n General Hanking business, provides thegi
f Depositors. Jh ready at.;iny and all timestornnl
our county afford*.
31. II. IMKKEIt, I'rcsitfcnf.
JULIUS II. DuPKi:
?he Farmers' Bank
i ma b- ? I wa w
kOES GENEItAL RANKING HHSINESS. I'.ujk
} lions. A Savings Department. has been OHtabl
trdf?. luterest at 4 per ccnt. payable quarterly,? .J?
a Increase rapid ly.
- - :/
it Opened up the
: of I
hing that is "W
re we can j
n "Without Seei:
in your own lighi
Lorf, Dittman & Co.'s
from $2.00 up to
;iven up by all comst
> Cts. to $2.00 a pair
rom 55 Cts. to $1.25.
e Shoe and Leather
rades. Every pair
we guarantee all
lit to $20.
THE PLACE TO
e have Hani ware o
E3S at all prices. B<
isiness. We have i
ilexing questions, so are one a
L Fancy 1
re offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS to "C
> in Abbeville, nnn are prepared to iuaK
aantity on 8HOKTEST NOTICE.
Ishlng any and all kinds of turnouts d
KS. I'H.KTONS, BUGGIES, ROAD CAR'
Willi's. LAP ROBES and UMBltEl
x* This ; RE
e, S. O.
- - - $75,000
- - - 15,000
. C. McGOWAN, Vicc-President.
C. KLUUII, Abbeville, S. C.,
JOKIi SM1TI1, Abbeville, S. C..
. C. McGOWAN, Abbeville, S. V.
beville, S. C.
-latest security and convenience for Us
ie loans based upon sueb safe eollaiera
Sept. 11. 1S02. l.vr
A. W. SMITH, Vice President
and sells Exchange niul makes C.illee
ishe>l. Amounts received of SI ami up
mniry, April, July, October. Small say
|March I, 1SJJB, I2iu
Choicest and most
ranted, ever Show
g to give us a
irove what w
a __ ? *** ? ; j.1
tig Aug. w. amii.
t, for all that see it s
5 Cents to 3
From 25 C<
From 5 Cents
5 Cents a yai
From 7 Cents to $1.5
GET YOUR GOODS
BOTH FOR LADIES
f every description, C
3 sure and call on us
t and at* the Lowest I
,nd all over the splendid line oi
o CLOSE FIGURES on COAL, in round lots,
ay or night.
rs. mill the CELEBRATED STUDEBAKER
lurantoo GOODS nnd PRICES, and cordially
your inspection of our stock.
Wednesday. Sept. 27tn, and Continuing
for Tbrec Days.
All the latest leading styles in
will bo shown. You are most cordially invited
to come and examine our stock.
R. H. HADDON & CO.
H q ?
5 ( -f
rn on this Market, I
> look and we I
b's Enormous Stock. |
ay they save money.
i>5.00 a piece. >
3nts to $2.00.
a pair to $1.00.
d? Fast Colors.
0 a yard?full assort- 'M
lie and see. v '\M
OF EVERY KIND.
5 AND GENTLMEN,: > , j
ti Coats. : ||
rockery, Fancy Groce;
for anything in the
Mces. Hoping to see
Seaboard .Air Line
TO AND FECM
Union Depot, Atlanta, Ga.
SHOET LINE TO NOBFOLK and OLD POINT
Va., and Colombia, 8. C. New line to Charleston,
S. C. Schedule in effect August 27,1898.
? NOBTBBOU5JD. SOUTHBOUND.
' No. 88. No. 184.! Eastern Time, Mo. 127. No. 41.
Dally. Dally._[ Except Atlanta. Dally. Dally.
0 30am 5 05pm:Lv Atlanta Ar 7 80am 6 46pm
U.Depot,Clty Te. M
i 10 05am 8 18pm Lv Athens Ar 6 16am 0 06pm
11 13am 9 ll^m Ar Elberton Lv 5 22am 4 06pm
12 15pm 10 00pm Ar Abbeville Lv 4 27am 8 09pm
12 46pm 10 26pm Ar Greenwood Lv 4 02am 241pm
1 40pm 1112pm Ar Clinton Lv 8 17am 145pm
00pm 12 23am Ar Chester Ar 2 07am 9 42am
8 06pm| 1 50am;Ar Monroe Lv 12 50am 5 45am
_ f 6 lftamtAr RalAiuh T.vl 8 Ifinml
' I 7 39am Ar Henders'n Lvj 8 63pm
9 OOam Ar We'don Lv 535pm
11 07am Ar Petersburg Lv 8 48pm
11 45am. Ar Richmond Lv 8 10pm
3 40pm|Ar Washington Lv 10 57am
6 24|>m|Ar Baltimore Lv 9 42am
7 49pm ArPhiladclphlaLv 7 20am ?
..|10 3opm|Ar New York Lv 12 18am
5 00am |Ar Charlotte Lv 1000pm
I 9 00am ArWilmlngton Lv 50upm
3 30pm Lv Clinton Ar| 130pm
4 18pm Ar Newberry Lv 1248pm
4 34pm! Ar Prosperity Lv 12 29pm
5 85pm' Ar Columbia Lv 11 16am
7 23pm Ar Sumter Lv 9 60am
10 15pto| Ar Charleston Lv 7 15am
t7 53pmI ,Ar Darlington Lv|. |f7 00am
! 9 05am Lv Weldon Ar 521pm
^11 15am Ar PortsmnntbAr 311pm
11 30atn Ar Norfolk Lv 8 00pm
Jt6 15pm Lv Norfolk(b) Ar 8 00am
7 OOam Ar Baltim're Lv 6 30pm
i 10 47atn ArPhlladelphlaLv 4 41pm
I I 20pm Ar New York Lv f2 10pm
5 55pm Lv Ptsm'th(n) Arj 9 10am
5 10am ArPhlladelphlaLvIll 16pm
! 8 OOam Ar New York Lv| 8 00pm .'.V..
6 00pm LvP,t?m,tb(w) Ari 8 00am
( 6 80siro ArWasbingtonLv; 7 00pm
tDally except Sunday.
(b) Via Bay Line, (n) Via New York, Philadelphia
and Norfolk Railroad, (w) Via Norfolk and
' Washington Steamboat Company. Trains Nos. 184
and 127 run solid with Pullman Buffet sleeping cars
between Atlanta and Washington,and Pullman Buffet
parlor cars between Washington and New York.
Parlor car Weldon and Portsmouth; sleeping car
Hamlet and Wilmington. Trains Nos. 38 and 41 ran
solid between Atlanta and Columbia, 8. C? with
through coach to Charleston, S. C. Tickets Seaboard
Air Line depot, S. M. Rlggsbee, agent.
O. V. SMITH, JOHN C. WINDER,
Traffic Manager. General Msnager.
GEO. W. TAYLOR, 8. P. A., 6 Kimball House.
II. W. B.'GLOVEE, Division Passenger Agt, Atlanta
Port Royal and Western Carolina,
Augusta and asheville bhobt line
Eastern time, in effect Aug. '20th, 1S98.
(J. B. Cleveland, Becelver.)
Lv. Augusta. J 9 20 a m l 00 p mj ..
Ar. MeCormick II OS a rnJ 2 38 p m
Ar. Anderson 4 55 p m ......
Ar. ttreeenwond 12 03 p mj 3 32 p m
Ar. Laurens 1 05 p m 4 36 p m
Ar. Greenville 2 05 p in 6 00 p m
Ar.Spartanburg 2 50pm 6 00pm
Ar. llenilersonville... 5 33 p m S IS p m
Ar. Ashvllle 6 40 p in 9 1'2 p m
Lv. Asbville j 8 12 a in 2 10 p ml
Lv. llendersonville... 9 16 a m 8 02 p mj ,
Lv. Spartanburg 9 35 a m 6 15 p m
Lv. Greenville 9 30 a m; 3 40 p in
Lv. Laurens 10 56 a mj 6 47 p m
Lv. Greenwood 1155am 750pm
Lv. Anderson 10 20 a m
Lv. McCorinick 12 47 p ir S 45 p m
Ar. Augusta 2 20 p in 10 25 p m
Eleirant Parlor Cars Auirusta to Snartnnhiirt and
W. J. CKAIO, G. P. A.
R. L. TODD.
Traveling Passenger Agent,
Our square cut double breast chevoit Scotch
and plalu casslmere .suits for young men and
boys are very handsome and reasonable lh
price. \V. Joel Smith & Sons. .
Jo to W. Joel .Smith & Sons for nobby, sty
lish.KooU fitting clothing.
If you want a stylish, stiff or soft hat Smith
& Sous can supply you at a reasonable price,
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