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The Abbeville Press and B^idli
Y HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1899. ESTABLISHED fo4|j|j
As the year closes we pro ?
> \ pose to close out several lots of
\goods at almost no pi-ice at all.
H|HLr For instance, you can buy of
j us as long as they last a $15.00
Overcoat for $5.00. We have
HT Inn mnnv IW lPT\TNTOSH
1 Coats, therefore, will make
prices on them lower than ever.
And as to Men's and Boy's
Suits, an inspection is all we
ask and promise not to fail to
sell when quality and prices
[ are considered. Our $1.00 and
$150 flat9 are the very best,
tbut money can buy for these
I prices. See our bargains in
I Hats at 50 cents.
Lr No one can afford to ignore
* our/ solid leather Shoes for
men, women and children.
We have the exclusive sale of
I Geo. G. Snow's Shoes and they
| are as near perfection as money
and brains can make therr
and the prices are no higher
It loan interior bnoes are sola at.
|T;r You will save money and your
IT' feet too by giving u^a call for
l Shoes. A splendid' line of
[ * heavy solid leather Boots, bran
I new stock. CaM for . them,
f Blankets, Underwear, Flannels,
Dress Goods, Shirts, &c.,
at great bargains. In fact
I every day in this year will be
I a bargain day at our store, and
I we urge every one to take advantage
of Ibis opportunity.
i W. JOEL SMITH & SON.
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"For the Construction oi
I Twenty Cottages.
I mHE ABBEVILLE COTTON MILL COM
I X paDy invites bids for the construction o
I TWENTY COTTAGES at their mill, slmlla
I Id every particular to those already od th<
I groand. The Company reserve the right u
I reject all bids.
Cash will be paid on oontraots awarded.
I For farther particulars, apply at the offio
lot the mill.
? B. F. BAILEY,
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C. C. GAMBBELL, M. D.f
Physician and Snrgeon,
ABBEVILLE, 8. C.
Mr Office Id the National Bank,
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ABBEVILLE, S. C.
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End of Tolnme XXXI, of the Christian j
With this Issue?December 29, 1898?the 1
Thlrty-flrst Volume of the Christian 1
Neighbor ends. Though relegated to the '
past, along with Its predecessors, It will. If .
considered, speak to the present and fatnre
generation just what Is said In 1898. The editor
feels now, as be has felt In oloslng pre- *
ceeaiufr voiuuiro. tu uso. iuu r aiuer iu ucnvcu to
forgive all tbat Is wrong or erroneous la
the volume, aotl to bless tbat wblcb Is right 1
and free from error. May we. In future j
realize more fully the accountability wblcb 1
attaches to tbe editorship of a newspaper?a J
religious paper?a Christian Paper and J
consequently an anti-war and Peace paper. 8
We trust tbat some of our readers may make
mention of this editor In tbelr prayers.?Chris- f
tlan Neighbor. J
Tbe editor of the Press and Banner, from g
tbo truest and best impulses of his heart, ex- *
tends sincere wishes Jor tbe welfare of tbat *
old and proved servam of the Lord. He has a
long battled for peace on earth and good will e
to men. Tbe Rev. Bldl H. Browne, has served 1
day and generation conscientiously, persistently
and intelligently, and be deserves
tbe love and respect of all mankind. His ?
labors on earth will win for him a crown J
of great glory In the world to which be is t
hastening. He has to his credit a long and t
useiul life?a life of faithful service to his Mak- j
er, and a long life of labor for tbe physical t
and spiritual welfare of bis fellowmen. ?
He has been a preacher for fifty years, *
and Miliar for thlrtv vears. And in all .
that time, and In eacb position, bis great
influence has been for good.
Question of Steam Power.
Tbe Greenwood Journal has pat in a new
Cottrell press and steam power. We con- i
gratulate tbe Journal on lb 1b evidence of.suc- 1
cess. It should not, however, in remarking *
on it claim too mucb. It says it is tbe only I
offioe between Colombia and Greenville tbat :
uses steam power. The Herald and News <
, has used steam for several years and we have ?
also been using for two years a Cottrell Book I
and "Job press. We think Its neighbor, the '
Press ana Banner, also uses steam and has a 1
well equipped office. It will do no good to
claim too much.?Newberry Herala and
Our neighbor, the Greenwood Journal, Is '
mistaken as to tbat office being tbe only office j
between Colombia and Greenville to use
steam power. I
Tbe Anderson Intelligence fend tbe Dae 1
' We8t|A8soclate Reformed Presbyterian put i
In steam plants about twenty years ago.
The Press and Banner put In p,n engine j
about eight or nine years ago.
As to the presses, the Press and Banner has
? one first class Campbell, one Babcock press,
9 and three Gordons,
1 Stockholders Meeting.
MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
of the Farmers Bank of Abbeville. S. C., will
- be held at their backing office at 12 o'clock,
Wednesday, January 11th, 1899.
J. H. DuPRE,
Dec. 27, 1898. tf. Cashier.
Notice to Tresspassers.
ALL PERSONS are hereby warned not to
hunt, flsh, or otherwise trespass upon the
lands of the undersigned.
F. E. HARRISON.
u Dec. 20, 1889. HUGH WILSON.
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Ronndi About the City.
Abbeville, 8. C., Jan. 3.1899.
. REFLECTION ON 1893.
Good-bye old year, good-bye, yen, tbon art
lumbered with the past; gone, and gone former.
Daring tby stay many golden opporunities
have been sllgbted. much good that
night have been done, left undone. Let ub
ben as we enter 1899 profit by the past, and
elzeevery opportunity fordoing good,speak
l kind word to those In trouble, cheer the
amt, and lift up the fallen. Andlnso doing
>ur own hearts will be made glad, and this
rear ol our life will be brighter, being filled
vlth sunshine all the way through. May the
idHor, and every reader of the Press and
ianner have a happy and prosperous New
Capt. John Lyon have moved up on Laurel
1111 to tbe bouse belonging to Mr. J. Allen
Imltb in tbe suburbs of tbe elty.
Mr. Amos B. Morse will move tbls week ino
tbe store room recently occupied by Mr. J.
Ulen Smith, Jr., on White'B block Just beween
the stores of A. Cohen and W. T. Penley
where he will be pleased to see bis cusomers
and friends, and will be prepared to
erve them with better bargains than ever.
Mr. J. Allen Smith, Jr., will move into one
?f tbe bandsome new stores on Trinity street
ust below A. M. Hill & Sons stables, which is
tow beiug made ready for him. This is a
;ood stand, everything new and fresh, and
dr. Smith will begin the New Year under
>rigbt and favorable circumstances. His
took will be complete in every department,
ind more attractive than ever. His custom*
irs and friends will And him in bis new quarera
nicely fixed up at an early day.
' NEW FIRMS.
Mr. J. R. Glenn, who has been with W. Joel
imltb & Sons for maoy years, now throws
>ut hls-business card to tbe public. Mr. Glenn
s a first-class business man, and is well and
nost favorably known to tbe people of Ab3e
vine county. He. too,will occupy one of the
lew stores on Trinity street next to that of
Hr. J. Allen Smith, Jr. His stock will oonilstof
general merchandise, and will be fresh
ind new and offered at hard pan prices. Mr.
ilenn is a steady, reliable and go abead
fouDg man and deserves, and will no donbt
ecelve his full share of public patronage.
HILFORD & DUPRE.
This new firm occupying a central position
>n the nubllo square, have had their store
oom remodeled and nicely pa Id ted so that
everything within presents a neat and fresh
ippearance, bright and clean as a new pin.
L'ney have put In some handsome show canes
ind prescription case, and are already receivng
tbelr slock which Is new and fresh,
fhese two young men have been In business
n Abbeville (separately) for a number of
pears, and have already gained the entire
sonildence of the public, and now that they
ire together, will most assuredly receive
.heir full share of public patronage. They
will be glad to see tbelr rrlendH and extend to
ibem a cordial greeting in their new quarters.
dr. j. e. c. wright.
Our people will be glad to know that Dr.
Wright, although but recently moved to Abbeville,
has met with that success In bis practice,
that makes him btlll remain with ub.
Dr. Wright has re-rented the bouse belonging
lit Mr. Jannar Link.whlcb.be will occudv
igaln this year. His office fur tbe present
will be at his residence. Our people are glad
to see all new comers prosper lu our midst.
We have a beautiful historic cily, a big beartad,
generous people, and plenty room for as
many good people as may cast their lot
Mr. J. W. Boyd, who lives on the Savannah
Ride, near old Lodimont, had bis dwelling,
with furniture, and provisions, entirely destroyed
by fire on Tuesday morning, the 27tb
instant. Fire supposed to have caught from
the chimney. Insurance on the building
about six hundred dollars. Value of property,
to say nothing of furniture and provisions,
estimated at over one thousand dollars, thereby
entailing a heavy loss on Mr. Boyd and
v ioiiuiw vuajniiiu An J7 uv/mui
Miss Nanny Major and Miss Mamie Rampey,
of Greenwood, spent several days last
week with their friend Miss Bessie Edwards.
Miss Daisy Mooring, of Raleigh, N. C., Is in
the city visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. F. Lyon.
Mies Mooring is an accomplished young lady,
well skilled in mut-lc, with a sweetclear birdlike
voice. Many friends remember with
pleasure her visit here several years ago.
Miss Lily Uuckabee, Miss Nellie Mosely
and Miss Ida Hawthorn, three of Lowndesvllie's
prettiest and sweetest young ladles,
spent the holidays in Abbeville as the guests
of Mrs. J. R. Bl^ke and other friends.
Mr. John Brooks 1b In the city after an ab%
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AMERICA. CABLE SERVIE TC
r. ECKERT, President and Genera
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essage mbject to the terms
which are hereby agreed to.
Baltimore, Md., Ja:
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ain in Abbeville for
>se of stock as chea]
fuse no offers.
Abhoviile, from th: zht
poople of Abbeville C;
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aence of nine years. visiting his old home,
anA-frtraas Who were glaaxo x?e him and to
know be Is doing well in home
Mr. Ed. Neal spent a most pleasant Christmas
at bis old home, Glover, Virginia.' While
tbere be witnessed tbe marriage of bis sister,
Miss Ola, whom many friends here remember
Mr. Walter D. Tnsten, of Houston, Texas,
arrived in tbeolty last Monday morning and
Is now quite sick at tbe home of bis brotherin-law,
Mr. W. W. Bradley. His Abbeville
friends welcome him home and hope he will
soon be well.
Mr. and Mrs. Ingell, of Durham, N. C., and
Mr. Hays and son, of Salisbury, N. C., were
tbe guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Collett dnrJjjjt
Mrs. H. C. Huntley, of Salisbury, N. C., has
been quite slob for several montbs, and came
to Abbeville last week to spend a while wltb
ber sister, Mrs. Collett, wltb the hope that
tbe change would prove beneflolal. This is
IKo AhllHhAArl hnma r%f Mm Hnnt lor and hftP
host of friends here hope she will Roon be
folly restored to her usual health. She was
formerly Miss Orene Hughes.
Mr. Blaln Cray ton, of Anderson, arrived In
the slty last Monday and will take the place
of A r. DuPre In the store of Dr. F. E. Harrison.
Prof. J. E. Todd and W. T. Cowan, of Due
West, were In the olty last Monday.
Mr. Cicero Hughes, of Walhalla, Is in the
city Bhaking hands with his old frlendB.
almost a fibe.
At the Abbeville Ion on last Monday
morning at an early hour Mr. Melson was
awakened by a dense smoke, and on looking
arouod found a mattress on one of the beds In
an adjoining room on lire and I? full blaze.
He seized the burning mattresaJkd threw it
out of the window. But for d^B^aely aid
Abbeville might have had and^^M^
Messrs. Gordon and OeornMB|we
champion ho? ralaerfi of oTHQ
weeks ago they killed a fine hEJWHBHE
about 525 pounds gross, and on IHBH
luey ouionerea lis mate, jum id
to the day, this one 512 pounds net. ^HEBk
beat thene city raised pigs.
ON THE WING.
The following men are out of employmelfl
for the present: ^
Mr. Bam Agnew ana Mr. Lambert Caldwell
Messrs. Marlon Mann, Mack Henry and
Watson oat of Rosenberg's & Co.
Messrs. Mouely, Hodges and Perrln out of
the Btore of A. B Morse.
Mr John M. Gambrell out of the store of
Mr. George White, and who has secured a
situation already with R. M. Haddon & Co.,
where he will be glad to see his friends.
These are all good business men and bat for
the dull times would have retained their
VISITORS RETURNING HOME.
Mrs. J. F. C. DnPre and Fin, Prof. A. M*
DuPre, after a pleasant week's stay In the
olty left last Monday for Clemson.
Ml88 Pearl and Miss Nora Duckett and Miss
Lilian Austin, after a delightful visit to
Mends In Abbeville, left for their homes In
Greenwood last Saturday.
Messrs. Chalmers Hughes, Tom Seals, Jr.,
Bud 81gn, Will Perrln, Bob Cochran, white,
Richard Romans, colored left town last Monday,
going to Savannah, from which point
they expect to sail for Cuba.
DEATH OF LITTLE CORNELIA ROBERTSON.
Died on Wednesday after, December 28th,
1398,1 Cornelia, aged 11 months, babo 01
Mr. and Mrs. T. Lawton RoblDBon ai their
home In the city. The Reaper whose name
Is Death has entered the fold and once more
plucked one of the fairest flowers only to
transplant It In the garden above to live and
"One link less In love's fond chain,
Oue more with the Angels;
Beyond the reach of grief or pain?
At home, at rest, In heaven."
Miss Lizzie Pepper, of Bellon, S. C.. is visiting
her cousin, Mrs. Lawton Robertson.
Locals ?>f J. Allen Smith, Jr.
A fresh lot of Grandeur Flour on hand and
at reusonable prices.
A barrel new crop of Molasses.
rVkttsin U/>nH Monl CI 1A o onnlr
wvvv/u uvou wn>i| uoiKoicu at (iav c* w?va
Don't forget our Stoves when needing oae.
Besides Stoves we have Hollow Ware and
A lot of Bagging and Ties cheap.
A Fresh lot Oat Flakes, 10c and 25e.
See our Men's Dress Shoe, $1.00.
Don't tail to get prices on Flour.
One caseouting Just received at ?L?ddon.
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The 8vt?nd is Gone to K?
Camp Onward, Savann&ix, Qa,
It bas been some time since any locale ap
neiired In the Press and Banner. I suppose I
Is because tbe regiment baa been In a state o
excitement for tbe past two week*.
Christmas has oome and gone with very lit
tie excltemeat In camp. Most of tbe boy
were strapped, benee there was not mnol
drunkenness daring Christmas.
Tbe regiment baa won tbe praises of tb
oltlzens of Savannah by tbelr gentlemanly
conduct in and around Savannah. So inucl
so tbat the Mayor and oltlzens have senti
petition to Washington asking that we t>
left here on provost 9*
Pay day has oome again. Tbe regimen
waa mustered last Saturday.
Company H now has two men In the city o
Havana, Caba. Tbey bave been detaohed a
provost for headquarters.
Mr. Wm. T. flow land, of Donalds, has re
cently been mastered In Company H as oook
Messrs. Pat Henry and J. J. Martin are her
wltb Company H waiting to be mustered in
Privates Wm. B. Griffith and Arthur Strad
ley bave reported for duty to tbe company
Tbey were taken sick with typhoid fever li
Private Stall C. James Is the only one tha
has not reported for duty yet. He Is In tb
hospital, Fortress Monroe, va.
Alas, it seems tbat our dream is about to b<
realized. We have orders, If exeoated, wll
place tbe regiment in Cnba by tbe time thl
appears in print. Hurrah, for tbe Seconi
Col. Jones, tbe kind and generous beartet
man that, hn ! made the reelment a Dresen
of one hundred turkeys for a New Tear''
Companies A and G have been rellevec
from provost duty in the olty. This is tb<
first step towards Cuba.
The people at borne are very tbongbtfti
kabout the Boldiers. Corporal ffm, J. Nlcfcle
Aas the sole recipient of a nice box frou
H-JMcpany H was mustered into service tbi
B| LvuKust, 1888, witb eighty men. 81n?
9IHi following changes have occurred
Hn^^leserted.one died, one transferrei
iflHM^two to hospital corps U. 8. arm;
M^^^^^^arged by order rrom Washing
rolled the IStb of Decembei
Ll^^B^^^^ken enlisted now in the com
been released from ar
rest an^^H^^^^Khort for doty to bis com
When a good thing b
hates to pai^^^BH^Ba that way with n
here In 8avaiM^^ffi^^^^ .
The regular^^H^^^^^Bg provost dut;
up town. Proba^^H^^^^^.Georgla wil
help do provost duS^SN^^^^ Elixir.
Narrow Escape from tbe raWMM
of Hnch Property.
We learn that the Insurance cotWRnle
have adjusted tbe losses by fire last Frlda;
night. Damage to the store, $150, and Injur;
to Mr. J. E. Jones's goods, 8400. Tbe darnag
was greater than was at first thought, am
the threatened danger was greater tban i
was at first supposed to be. 1
Except for tbe prompt and energetic actio!
of our fire department. In wblcb every mai
did bis full duty, the block of balldlng
would have been destroyed. Already tbe fir
department bas saved more tban tbe cost o
the entire water and fire plant. In tbe fin
last Friday night, more would have been los
Loan Bit luai we yaiu iui rrmvi nuiao
When we pat Id two sets of bose In th
Press and Banner office last summer, the In
surance companies promptly raised the pre
m turn. Last Friday night one of our two lno!
nozzles, as soon as a bole was cut in ibe floor
let ibe water fly to tbe region of Ibe burnlm
mass, and It is fair to suppose tbat It contrl
buted Its share to setting things right
If tbe fire bad not been stopped, very llttl
of tbe property In tbe upper stories of th
tour stores could have been saved.
Law Briefs at 60 Cents a Page?Good Work
3ood Paper, Prompt Delivery. Minute
cheaper than at any otber bouse. Catalogue
In tbe best style. If you have printing to dc
it will be to your Interest to write to tbePres
and Banner, Abbeville, S. C. tf
61 pair Jadles and mjsses shoes; numbers
to 8 1-2. Former price ?i.ou 10 vs. i onr cuuic
on bargain oounter for SOo, at Haddon's.
52 inch black ohevolt, the popular clothfo
ladles winter suits?75o to S1.25 per yard
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Mr. JoelC. "Weir, of Ninety-Six, wu la the
t . FrV'-A; K DnPre and blB mother left Mont
day for Clem*ua c-A\-oe.
'"S we?v y^fi-wSSiV^t9 ffajreat, socially
speaking, that Abbeville h^ ^ad f0r years.
? Hard times were forgotten ait-, ? ?ood time
, was the order of the week. Thv4 were besides
the ball and german, card Vrtlesi
e socials, dlnlDgs, opossum suppers, teaaabvin
j fact eotertalnmeQts galore,and Its all #gbt tc
' have a *ood time when ever we eas. All
a work and no play makes ns all dull boys.
? This week Is being observed as a week pi
pkayer, and services are bold nightly In some
. one of onr churches.
Sapt. E. A. Thompson of the cotton mill
r spent several days last week with friends Id
B Granltevllle, B. C., and Is now in 8partanburg
The New Year brings with It many change!
. In the business circle of oar city. J. Allen
Smith, Jr., will move to two of the new store
' rooms near Hill's stable. A. B. Morse will
occapy the store made vacant by the above
move. A. S. J. Cassldy will ran bis newt
: slaod J. F. Miller's store. Tbere are several
other obanges spokqo of bat we have been
unable to ascertain definitely about them.
Dr. Wall, of Atlanta, Ga., visited friends in
~ the city last Friday.
D. H. Maglll, Esq., was up from Greenwood
I Treasurer Blake bad bis bands fall 8atur<
. day "from the early morn till dewy eve."
j Belated taxpayers getting in at the eleventh
* Mr. J. M. Gambrell's friends, and they are
, a host, will find him daring *99 with R. M.
. Haddon & Co.
Or course everybody tarns over at least one
i new leaf New Year's day. Let us tarn ovei
g several, and among them one devoted to interest
of the best town in South Carolina?
i Abbeville. Let as work for ber, talk for her,
g and let tbe outside world know Jast what
j natural advantages Bbe possesses. Abbeville
Is Improving every day and wltb a little post
~ and vim tbe improvement woald be still more
' Salesday was nnnsaally qnlet, the cold and
* rough roads keeping many away from town.
Mr. J. L. Burnett, who has been with P.
; Rosenberg A Co. for a number of years, will
. leave in a few days for Texas to visit hit
" brother. Whether be will locate in tbe Lone
Star State Is anoertaln, bat his many friends
here wish him a safe Journey and an early
. return home.
Mr. F. B. Craytou, of Anderson, arrived in
e the city Monday afternoon. Mr. Crayton hae
g taken charge of tbe preecrlpton department
of Harrison & Games drug store. He is thor,
oughly posted and is ready to carefully and
I promptly serve you. He is a graduate ol
A telegram from Capt. J. L. Perrln, 2nd 8.
C. V., was received here Monday afternoon.
Capt. Perrln stated that tbe regiment was Just
nn th* nvn nf In a vine for Cuba. This Is the
Savannah, Ga., Jan 2d, 1890.
"Orders to t&Ke transport at once. Ofl tom
morrow." J. L Perrln.
T Mr. John Thorn, of Mlllersbnrg, Ky., visited
J friends In tbe city tbe first of the week. Mr.
r Tborn's borne Is In tbe rlebest of tbe rlcb blue
s grass region of Kentucky. He Is a prosperoui
y farmer and stock raiser. This is bis first visit
y to the Palme'to State. He Is delighted with
e Abbeville and we bope will pay us another
3 vU0|B the near future.
Parker, Esq.. of Charleston, S. C., L.
Esq., Greenville, S. C., and Tbos.
Assistant Engineer U.S. N., spent
this week here wltb their borne
0 WKiffln .
? ^^^HHkotton wholesale and retail at
Prices as low as and Goods as
2 good as the best
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M, F. Hendrix. ?Bordeaux. 3?iEM
OK T\ H?ige..... PUmoml Hill. Xgjj^^B
V.^p/Mnrchlson ?Abbeville. ,-,/^B^
Wm. McAdams Dne MfflW
B^Li^Ba T&DB ~ "**"
Ltfther Alewlne..............Diamond H11L
B. H. Link ??,...Oedar Spring*. T
J. B. Hollo way , ?Bordeaox.
; JnUuiBoyd^... .^.M^noUa^ jsj
J ^' H a w t h ro d eMagn o 1la^
Joe J. Link ..CaLhoon Ml jl??f
J. T. Bask in ? xxiwnabbyiiio, - tiimmi
J. E. Bowen -Calhoun Mills.*
J. M. Hackabee. Lowndesvllle. '2M
W. L. DomlnlX _ ...Calhoun Mills. a
W. B. Drake Donalds. ?
; N.Scbram Abbeville.
H. Williams ;?
Grand Jury for 1899.
Burt Ferguson Diamond Hill.
J. W. Young Indian Hill.
i J. M. Brooks Abbeville. i.\
W. L. Bau Abbeville.
N.M.Benson Abbeville. .<
N. G. Brown ... Bordeaux. . /
1 F. E. Ellis .. -.wrBne West.
, Jas. Gilliam ...Abbeville. *'
i W. P. Wldeman ?......Calhoufr\MlU8.
( Albert Glbert Calhoun Mills.
N. E. Jobnson Diamond ?1111.
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| A Complete and FuH^ - J|
STOCK OP THE CELEBRATED
Metropolitafl Brani of Miiefl Faints
? OF _
JOHN LUCAS & CO.
> ? - ' >
ALWAYS ON HAND AT THE
City Drug Store.
PRICES IN ONE GALLON CANS by the < '
single can $1.20. A liberal discount to
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ptllUUOlO UOlUjfc 1015c 4U0liVU4VB? ,
' I. D. IBS, SOME
rpHE place to carry your 8ICK WATCHES
-i- and BROKEN CLOCKS, where they will
be looked after and attended to at all hours of
the day with skill and experience. No turnln<?
nnn Qroao r>r lunHlns Potlantj nfl' t/> hftVft
them treated'elsewhere, ?nt I will pat them
going at prices to salt the timea.
feiiii Presents, ClocU
H. D. REESE,
THE PEOPLE'S JEWELEB.
Cobb & MoDavid are the shoe and boot peor ~ ' * ^
I Pie of Abbeville.
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