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The Abbeville Press and Banner.|
BY HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE, 8. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1894. ESTABLISHED 1844 ||
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Clothing for Tall Men.
Clothing for Short Men.
Clothing for Fat Men.
Clothing for Lean Men.
WE CM (II1L in.
THE BOYS and CHLDRBN, TOO,
And at prices that will make them sell. We have all kinds and classes of
An All Wool Suit At $5.00
Up to the very dressest and handsomest suit in this or any other city. We have
And we fully realize that with the low price of cotton, we must make prices
to correspond, and we have done so. Don't take our word for it. Come and
see us, and be convinced
THAT OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST.
The New Tariff Law will not go into effect until January ist, 1895. We didn't
wait for it. We are ahead in this, as we are in everythingthat will benefit our customers,
and have put the New Tariff Price on every article in the store.
Remember, We are the Manufacturers of
ifioining ana save you tne jxiiaaie
Man's Profit, which is Just
50 cts on a Dollar.
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CUT TO THE HEART!
The early rush is maintained. Excitement is as marked now as ever. 1
The whole city in a ferment; extense excitement prevails. The novelty M
of cheapness was never before so manifest in Abbeville as now.
TO SELL OR NOT TO SELL ?|
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at once, and end the anxiety that business is heir to by five cents cotton, or
to live in hopes of better profits ? Ah ! There is the rub. Believing that <M
there is no time like the present for action, we throw upon the market to- ?
day the most complete stock of
x. Dry Goods, Shoes and Hats
ever offerred in Abbeville before. sill
JUST THINK : W,
of our great DRESS GOODS STOCK with its wonderful price?giving bargains,
which has been the centre of attraction for Abbeville's trading pop- <
ulace during the past week, being again slaughtered promiscously.
3-4 All Wool Cashmeres now .09 Cents. ,
3-4 All Wool Riled Figured Novelties * .12 "
36 inch Cashmeres, others sell for 25c ; our price .16 2-3 "
36 inch Chevoits, 35 cents goods; now 25 "
46 inch Figured Novelties, sold elsewhere 35c; our price' " 25 "
38 inch Blue Storm Serge, good value for 35c; our price 25 "
38 inch All Wool Flannels, regular 49c goods, our price 34 * " (*: M
38 inch Panama Suitines and Mixed Novelties ~ "
All Wool, Old Prices 65 to 85 ;,New Prices 49 "
BLACK BRSSS GOODfiL^l
Never so popular; prices up to date. The new Tariff has cut a great figure with the many pieces in our BLACK DRESS GOODS
HOSIERY ! HOSIERY! Never since the first stocking machine was invented, has stockings been so good and prices so low
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The moat complete stock ever shown in Abbeville. We are resolved to get your trade. Call and see what we offer. We will not
stand on prioes.
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811 ffllU %g|3?P^ WE HATE THE GOODS.
BLANKETS ! BLANKETS ! Free wool renders a reduction in all BLANKETS necessary, under the new Tariff. But we
do not propose to wait until the first day of January. Being fully alive to the wants of the people, we will offer ours at a SACRIFICE,
beginning this week.
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It ia your continued patronage we are after. We are resolved to get your trade. The success of this business depends upon your patronage
and to further our aims, we must possess your aid. Every price inducement is here given. Present the opportunity and you
are numebred amongst our people.
No flatter What Prices Quoted Elsewhere, We Will Always be Lower.
JAMBS DALY & CO.
Corner Store Rosenberg Block, Abbeville, S. C.
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