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The Press and Banner.
ABBEVILLE, S. C.
-W-Publlshed every Wednesday at 8J a
year lo advance.
Wednesday, April 5,1899.
We Welcome Too, Gentlemen.
Tbe trading public will be glad to welcome
Messrs. Hall & Anderson to our city. Tbey
are In tbe clothing business, and propose to
make tbeir presence felt in tbe mercantile
world. Kxperienced merchants, and realizing
tbe scarcity of money, they recognize the
necessity of buying and selling at such prices
as may induce business. Ah men oi sterling
worth, they come well recommended by their
great success at Anderson.
Better Telephone Service for Dae
Mr. C. P. Hammond Is gotog to give the
people of Due West better telephone ser
vice than they have hitherto enjoyed and
a stock company will be formed to establish
a regular telephone exchange In Due West or
be will put In the exchange himself and con
nect it to his long distance line. This will be
a great convenience to the people of Due
Weal and Abbeville as the two exchanges
will be connected. A talking box is to be put
In,at Due West at once and prompt and sailsfactory
service Is to be given. We should
think that a good many phones will be put in
at Due West.
Opening day at Kaddon's last week was an
Ideal day. Crowds of ladies thronged the
store all day, in fact the store was a veritable
"bee hive." The store was handsomely decorated
with the latest fabrlqnes and colorings
of the season. The display of millinery,
silks, fine dress fabrlques, white goods, embroideries,
laces and fine shoes was far ahead
ot any former showing. The ladles who
want a pice outfit for self or daughters cannot
fall to be suited at Haddon's.
Prenchiojf at Warrenten.
Rev. Dr. James Nail, pastor of the Greenwood
Presbyterian church and one of the
ablest ministers in this Presbytery, will
preaoh at the Warrenton church on the second
Sabbath in this month at 11 a. m. You
?r?rrtiniiv invttAri to Attend services there.
Better Telephone Connection Needed.
Abbeville Deeds and wants better telephone
communication with Green wood. We do not
know whose fault It Is, but It would be no
barm to let the public know how It Is that
the line between Verdery and Greenwood 1b
so often down.
Now la Your Cbanee.
I am organizing a class In penmanship, and
all who are interented in this important
branch will be paid for their trouble If they
will come to my office and examine specimens
of this work. Class will be taugh at night.
E. L. Wilson, Teacher.
The regular quarterly meeting of the County
Alliance will be held at Abbeville on Friday.
7th April. All sub Alliances are earneatly
requested to send delegates.
Jno. Lyon, President.
Reliable salesmen to sell our complete line
of Paints, Varnishes, etc. Good pobltlon andliberal
terms for right man. Address, W. W.
Stoddard & Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 6t
Mr. Cheatham, Superldtendent of the Q. C'
A N. division of the Seaboard Air Line Rail"
road, was in town yesterday. He is one of
the best railroad men with whom we are
acquainted. He Is such a gentlemanly man
that Mr. St. John surely does not know him.
It may be ltared that as Boon as the VicePresident
of the Seaboard finds him oat that
we will be deprived of the pleasure of his
Me. J. M. Gambredl, Secretary of K. of P.
Lodge at Abbeville, S. C.t has just received a
check for 92.000 Id payment of the life policy
on the life of James E. Buchanan, who died
In New York recently. The policy was payable
to his mother, Mrs. Eliza A. Buchanan,
at Qreenwood, S. C.
Mr. H. U. Cabaniss of the Atlanta Journal
was In town lust Thursday. He met quite a
number of our people who were pleased to
make his acquaintance. His stay was very
short and we hope when he comes again he
will remain with us longer.
Our much respected fellow townsman, the
Hon. W. H. Parker, has teen sick for a week,
and has been confined to his room most of
The Woman's Club will meet tomorrow
afternoon at half past four o'clock.
When a fruit agent claims an extra price
for a tree because It Is a variety tbat Berkman
does not handle, remember tbat Berckmab
does not handle any thing bat the best
variety. Iam taking orders for Berckman's
trees to be delivered In the fall. J.W.Rykard
The Long Cane Cemetery Society will meet
at the school bouse Thursday afternoon,
April 6tb, at 5 o'clock. A11 members and others
Interested are drged to be present. 2t
Wanted?Cow with yonng calf, giving not
less tban tbree and a halt gallons of milk.
Apply to A. B. Morse or C. R. Rlchey.
Norfolk oysters at Bruce's restaurant.
Bruce'B restaurant furnishes Norfolk oysters
from 10 cents upwards.
Bruce's restaurant furnishes 10 cent lunches
and meala at 25 cents.
Bruce's restaurant will give one dozen fried
oysters for 25 ceuts. Milk oyster stews 26
cents. Raws 10c, 15cand 26 cents. Served In
the best style.
Locals J. B, Glenn.
Acidututed Gelatine, any flavor or color, at
J. R. Glenn's.
Yonng Hyson and Oolong Tea, Arbuckle
and Javanese roasted coflee. A good green
coffee 10c at Glenn's.
Salmon 8teak, Fresh Sardines, Corn, Tomates,
Chopped Beef, Pickles, Ac, at Glenn's.
Try a barrel Glenn's best patent flour.
J. R. Glenn still has bis tine Pliuouth Rocks.
The freeze does not stop them irom laying.
Can furDlsb eggs for Betting anytime. A few
pallets and roosters for sale.
The latest smoking tobacco on tbe market.
Try a package at 10 cents?Klondike Mixture.
Harrison & Game.
When In need of mtdlclnes at night oar
pharmacist will be found next door to the
Western Union Telegraph office, over the
Abbeville Supply Co.'s store.
HarrUon & Game.
Boys wheels for sale at C. P. Hammond's
Go to J. R. Glenn, when you want fresh
groceries, tomatoes, corn, pickles, sardines,
' salmon*, crackers, oat flakes chocolate, teas,
oofiee, grits, rice, bams. Something extra
nice la N. O. Syrups, potatoes, cabbage, dried
fruit &c.. to arrive this week.
J. R. Glenn will always give the best bar*
gains in corn, oats, bacon, lard, mnlrtsses.
sugar and coffee. Don't forget to visit Glenn's
store on Trinity street in front of McCanta
C. P. Hammond has just received a beautiful
ladles wbeel. Call and see It.
We carry all grades, colors and styles of
writing paper and envelopes. Box paper 5,
10,10,20,25,35 and 50 cents ? box.
Harrison & Game.
Go to the up-to-date Drug store of Mllford 4
DuPre and get anything you want at living
DuPre's Horse & Cattle powder Is what you
want for your homes and cattle. For sale by
Mllford <& DuPre.
MUiord 4 DuPre do their own prescription
work consequently you can always depend
on what they send you.
ttromo-quinine win cure a com m one day.
For sale at Speed's.
When recovering from pDeumonla, grippe,
deep colds, etc.. tbe best thing to strengthen
your lungs Is Dr. Neuffer's lung tonic. For
sale at Speed's.
The biggest bargain ever offered In Abbeville
In tbe soap line Is that 2% lb. bar castlle
soap for 20c. at Speed's.
Foreaster dyes go to Speed's. S colors for
Non-splllable bottles of Ink for 5c. at Speed's
Tbe very thing for school children.
Locals?Amos B. Morse.
Sliced breakfast bacon in ^ and one pound
cans. Amos B. Morse.
Something very new, sncea nam in one
cans. Amos B. Morse.
Deviled cblcben 10c a can, an elegant lunch
r dish. Amos B. Morse.
All fresb goods just opened by Morse.
Trv Speed's cough syrup, It will "sure fix
you up./ Price 25 and 50c.
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Willie Harper Dtaembon led.
Last night Cbarlle Davis and Willie Haroer
became Involved In a difficulty, when the
former disemboweled tbe latter at the Fair
Grounds. Some ten or twelve feet of bis intestines
were lying in the dirt and sand when
tbe pbyslclsnR arrived.
Dr. Uambrell and Dr. John Lyon went
promptly to bis aid, and did whatever was 1
possible for the wounded man. He Is now
restlnic easier, with the chances slightly in i
his favor. No arrest had been made at last
Rev. J amen JKoyce.
Associate Reformed Presbyterian.
So soon as President Todd resigned his position
in the Female College, the Board promptly
elected Rev. James Boyce, of Huntersvllle,
N. C., as bis successor. The election was
[ unanimous. Bro. Boyce Is a son of Dr. E. E.
Boyce, of Gastonla, N. C., and was for fourteen
years in charge of city work In Louisville,
Ky. He is well known throughout the J
church, and as a man of fine presence and as
an earnest devoted minister of the gospel be .
has commanded the respect and secured the
confidence of the entire cburcb. It is confidently
believed that In bis new position he
will prove himself a capable and acceptable
President. He will have a cordial welcome to
his new home. Due West knows Bro. Boyce
and is very foud of him. His wife, too, Is a
noble specimen of the Kentucky gentlewom- '
an and will make an admirable matron for
the girls. We believe the Board has made a
wise selection In its choice of a President.
Greenwood, S. U., March 30,1S99. <
Editor Press and Banner:
I notice In your last issue that you refer I
prospective subscribers to Tlmrod's poems to i
either of two prominent citizens at a distance f
from Abbeville. Feeling sure that it would
make no difference to these high-toned Chris- t
llaii gentlemen i wmib lu b?j u j^ uv
local agent lor ibis book any of your readers
who desire to procure one could at the same 1
time be a small benefactor by sending their
name and price of book (SI.50) to Miss Viola i
Holllngswortb, Greenwood, 8. C. She Is a I
most deserving young lady and will account
for every cent she receives.
Whatever profit she makes will be Judl- |
clously expended lu assisting a widowed
mother In theeducatlon and malntalnance of ,
several younger brothers and sisters.
Respectfully, A. J. Sproles.
Reflection* of a Bachelor.
What a man likes most about a girl Is bis 1
When a man proposes to give his wife a useful
present she Is sure be doesn't love her any (
After reading about the atrocities of war, a
woman goes to a department store, shuts her
teeth, and annihilates her sex.
If a man could ever learn which end of a
woman's bat is which, he might be able to
tell her when It is on straight. <
Maybe men and women would meowl, too,
If they bad to ollmb along the tops of fences
and perch on the extension roor to have a
Letters remaining In the Abbeville, S. C.,
po8iofflce for week'ending March 21,1899.
A?Miss 0. Alford.
B?MrB. Lythe Brown,Mrs. Mary Battle.
C?Calvert <? Robinson, B. C. Calvert.
D?J. A. Dixon.
F?Frank Forde, Mrs. Nelson Fisher.
G?Miss Jessie Gaines.
H?Geo. Harrison, Clarence Hlcklln.
J?Miss Fannie M. Johnson.
Lr-J. D. Li dell.
M?Coles Mills, B. F. McCanU, W.T. Martin,
Miss Lata Morlse, Beive Mcintosh.
P?Miss Cora Plnckney, Miss Jane Pack.
R?Miss Mary Rapply. I
W?John Walker, Ben Walton, Sallle Williams.
Robt. 8. Link, P. M.
The Klng'B Daughters of Charleston, S. C., i
will open a Dormitory for Women at the
High School Building, N. W. Corner of Meeting
and George streets, during the Confederate
Reunion, May 8th to May 13th inclusive. ,
Price or cots, 50 cents eacb, per nigbt, in advance.
Cots may be engaged before Reunion
by sending money In advance to Mrs. Robert
Wilson, Secretary of Committee on Dormlto- |
ry, 271 Meeting St., Charleston, S. C.
Wylle Home?Contract Let. i
Associate Reformed Presbyterian. I
Mr. J.C. Wllllford of Greenwood has been
awarded the contract to build the Wylie ,
Home for girls. He Is a reliable contractor ]
and will do good work. The committee will
meet in Due West Boon and locate the site for ,
the building. '
Dividing Work with the Wife.
A model husband llves-ln this community.
He never allows bis wife to do more than
half the work. In the summer time she puts |
up the canned fruit, and in the winter he
pats It down.
Fire In Colombia.
Colombia, S. C., March 30.?The city opera
house, the most conspicuous building in the
city, with three stories and a tower, whs burned
tonight. It is in ruins, tbe walls having
collapsed, and Is a total loss.
T filftim a ereat deal in the
way of good goods and fair
prices, and this you say is
"Blowing your own horn."
But I ask you, "Isn't it a
credit to any man to attend
to his own business ?"
R. G. Wilson.
Locals Bell, Ellis A Co.
Ufa hana orrnnar nomnot.ltlnn fmm A nHoronn
with us and we are real glad they came down
as It will enable ub to show the trade how
cheap we are selling goods. Our styles are
correct and prices to salt the moat expert
bayer. Bell, Ellis A Co.
Colored lawns at 2 l-2o, former price 5c.
Colored organdies at 8 l-2c, former price 0 and
6 l-4c. Colored organdies 5c, former price 8c.
Colored organdies 8c, former price 10 and
12 l-2c. Colored organdies at 10c, former price
15c. Colored organdies at 12 l-2c, former price
20 and 25c. Bell, Ellis & Co.
Colored calicos 4c. former price 5c. Summer
calicos at 4c, former price oo
Bell, Ellis & Co.
We want the trade, and if close price and
style will suit you, then we will get it.
Bell, Ellis & Co.
Why leave home to buy goods when you
can buy anything you want from us?
Bell, Ellis & Co.
Don't leave home to buy your organdie
dress or hat, for fear if you buy at home your
neighbor or some person will have a dress
like yours. They can go or send for the same
dress you bought. You don't need a bolt of
organdie to get one dress, and even then they
onulrl nnfl like vours. trimmed wilh the
same lace. Bell, Ellis & Co.
Ladles and children's straw hats In the leading
Parisian styles. Bell, Ellis & Co.
Great cut In shoes and slippers.
Bell, Ellis <b Co.
A good shawl for "5c, former price 81.25.
Bell, Ellis & Co.
Slippers at 05c, former price S1.25 and 81.50.
Bell, Ellis & Co.
See the great bargains we have In laces and
embroideries. Bell, Ellis 4. Co.
Fans! Fans! at Bell, Ellis & Co.
iUglU lu the Swim on tbe Following
lyd while lawns at 6, 8, and 10 cent, very
fine and nice.
Calicoes, cheviots, drills, sattlens, etc.
Sheetings, bleecblngs etc.
A bargain in towels at 5.10, 15c.
Some bargains la ladles and childrens underwear.
A nice line of 5c. shirting.
Lois ot straw bats cheap, and lots or notions
buttons etc., low down.
Canned goods down to nothing, pork and
beans 5c. can, 31b cans 10c, okra and tomatoes
Leader and excelsior flour, the finest.
Salt, soda, soap, baking powders, etc.
Kerosene oil, any way you want It.
Come In and see,
W. D. Barksdale.
One application of west morelands telton
ointment wlll-^jure ring worm, telton etc.,
for sale by Speed.
Aliens foot ease for tired, swollen and
sweating feet. For Bala by Speed.
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HADDON'S TRADE BULLETIN
Knowing that times are bard and mone;
scare we.propose to make it to tbe interest c
every lady who reads these lines to come &
our place lo do her shopping. We have Jus
returned from New York where we eelecte<
our goods in person. They were bought a
close as bard cash would buy them.
You will find every department of our stor
filled to utmost capacity, with the choices
goods in tbe market.
Remnants at 20 to 25 per ceDt. less thai
same goods cut from piece.
White lawn remnants 5,7 and 8 cents.
White check nainsook remnants 5,7 and
White dimities remnants at 6, and 7 cents.
Remnants of dark colored Bilks at 25, 89 an<
50 cents per yard.
40 in. white duck for shirts only 10 cents.
40 Id. white lawn, 8,10 and 121-2 cents.
2 bales N. C. cheviots and plaids.
2 bales 1 yard sea Island at old price, 5 cents
One case canon cloth at the old price, i
1 case, yard wide, Androscogan bleach mus
One case 10-4 unbleached Bbeetlng at 12 1-:
104 Bleach sheeting at 15,20 and 25 cents,
6-4 Bleach sheeting for single beads.
54 Bleacn pillow casing.
104 Bleach sheets. Hemmed, ready for use
>0 cents each.
TOILE DU SORD?GINGHAM.
StrlpeB and plaids, absolutely fast colors.
Rugby twills, stripes and checks, for boyi
waist* and ladles skirts.
Cotton covert cloth, the new fabrlque fo
jvery day wash skirts.
PauDjab percales,yard wide, and absolutely
fast colors. Pink, light blue navy, cardina
ind black. Also full line light and dart
shades, stripes and figures.
White aud colored piques are In high favo:
Printed organdies and dimities will agali
be popular for the hot summer days.
White French Cambrics, French organdies
lotted swlss, Mouslloe DeSole will come ii
for a full share of popular favor for ho
Laces and embroldleB never before have wi
been able to show such matchless designs
You must see them to appreciate tnelr intrin
HIE VERY LATEST STYLES IN SPRING AN)
The newest designs out in Taffetta silks fo
waists. 100 styles to select from ana no tw<
Black crepons. The Dew fabrlque for sklrtf
46 in. whip cords. The new woolen stuff fo
Black and colored Henriettas, the comini
labrique lor all year round dress.
Black Taffeta Bilks for suits, waist or sklrtf
at 60 cenu to SI per yard.
Black satin duohess for waist and skirts a
25 to 81 per yard.
One third of our store now given np t
shoes. Every pair made to order and guai
anteed to be tne best for the price. Ladle
Qne shoes, black and tail, lace and button
All sizes. i
Ladles slippers and Oxford ties in blacb
tan and cloth tops.
MlBses and children shoes and slippers.
Little "Gents" shoes a new Idea.
Every lady who wishes a nice up to dal
fitting shoe or slipper shoold see our line.
THE KAYSER PATENT FINGER TIPPED
Black and colored every pair warranted
Ouly two grades?50 cents and 81. They fl
better and wear longer than any silk glove oi
Kid gloves, two grades?81 and 81.50. Blacl
Parasols?You should see our 27 in. steel ra
twill silk paragon frame for 81.
White and colored silk parasols in all th
Fast black Hose for ladles, Misses, chlldrej
and Infanta. Get oar prices on hosiery.
A Lady's Rambllnga at R. C. Beraaa'
Bblrt waist pins In cheap plate from 15 elf
per 6 up. Sterling silver and solid gold bav
just arrived, enough to huU every one. Shir
waist set with pins for tbe front Is the latest
rbey are made especially for those that don'
feel like making button holes. Every on
should see the many pretty sty lea Just arrl vei
In plain silver and gold plate, and handsome
It Is about time to take the flowers fron
pour pot. and of course you need larger Jardl
alt-res. Mr. Bexnau has just reoelved a lo
3f extra large ones In two colors, prices oul;
51.50 and $2. They are certainly beauties.
Clean up your clothes with Speed's light
nlng renovator. Price 10c.
We guarantee tar beel cholera speolflo fo
fowls. Money refunded where noourel^el
fected. P. B. Speed.
If Trrvti TTTnn t tto mnnav hntt Pnftnon
jli jwu noun VSJ ooig iuv/ucj wut a wi vuou
fadeless dyes at Mllford & Dapre'a Drug atorc
C. P. HAMMOND as
?Bee his list and j
Bicycles sold on the installment plan.
TRY A PACKAGE OF
M A?*r>a si?
L/unwD nuiat ai
Prevents many diseases. M
Guaranteed to be equal to a
Price 15c. Manufactured b;
Grand Opening, We(
MARCH the 3otl
IirT XT A T7T7* T> 4 T?
?? ?i 11A V Xi
EVERY DAY EN
The Leading Dress- Ma
Bou nets, Corsets, Crepe, Fei
Handkerchiefs, Infant Caps
Ribbons, Satins, Silks, "Veil
Dresses Cut to Fit
On short Notice. Also a
We have on hand a full lii
DRESS GOODS of the seas
MISS BURNAP, ol I
the MILLINERY DEPAE
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INDTICE OF REGISTRATION. '
0 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, j
J ABBEVILLE COUNTY. ^
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t OFFICE OF SUPERVISORS OF REGISTRATION,
Abbeville, S. C., March 6,1S99.
Notice is hereby given that in accor- T
dauce with an Act of the General
Assembly, and in conformity with the
1 requirements of the State Constitution,
the books for the registration of
all leeallv qualified voters, and for the In
issuing of transfers, ect., will be open
at the office of Supervisors of Registration
in the Court House, between the 1
hour 9 o'clock a. m., and 3 o'clock p. A
s m., on the first Monday of eacn elf
month, until thirty days before the Pf
next general election. 3
, The Board of Registration is the
" judge of the qualifications of all ?
applicants for registration every male mi
citizen of this State and of the United |j
Stale, twenty-one years of age, who Is
' not an idiot is not insane, is not a
pauper supported at the public expense,
and is not confined in any public
prison, and who has not been con- w
8 victed of burglary, arson, obtaining
goods or money under false pretenses
r perjury, fcrgery, robbery, bribery,
7 adultery wife beatine, housebreaking, r
i receiving stolen goods, breach of trust Sb
c with fraudulent intent, fornication, le,
sodomy, incest, assault with intent to Iel
r ravish, miscegenation, larceny, or "
j crimes against the election laws, and j
who shall have been a resident in this bJ
i, State two years (except ministers in ,n
I charge of organized churches and h(
teachers of public schools,*and these D
9 after six months residence in the ca
i. State,) a resident in the County for s,
- six months, and in polling precincy f0
four months, and who can read any
* ? 1 ^ r*/\nofifnfiAn nf Al* ..
J OKUUUU 111 iuu vtvuotivuitvu vi Awi/vy
can understand and explain any secr
fcion ofeaid Constitution when read to
3 him by the registration officer or officers
shall be entitled to registration and
' become an elector upon application for
r such registration. If any person has
been convicted of any of the crimes 81
above-mentioned, a pardon of the ai
i, Governor removes the disqualification.
In case any minor who will become A
t twenty-one years of age after thie closing
of the Books of Registration and
before the election, and is otherwise o
qualified to register, makes application
under oath showing he is quali
fied to register, the Boards shall regis- ^
ter such applicant before the closing of
Any person whose'qualifications as
an elector will be completed after the \
closing of the Registration Books but rc
e before the next election shall have tbe oi
right to apply for and secure a regis- ?
tration certificate at any time within I
sixty days immediately preceding I
I. the closing of the Registration Books, \
t upon an application under oath to the
Q facts entitling him to such registraI
Hnn ' CC
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The regiatration of voters must be
a by polling precincts. There must be a n
Book of Registration for each polling JD
e precinct, that is for eaco township, or
parish, or city, or town of less than
a five thousand Inhabitants, or ward of fi
cities of more than five thousand
inhabitants. Each elector must vote
in the polling precinct in which he
8 resides. If there is more than one
voting place in the polling precinct, .
' the elector may vote at any voting
* place designated on the registration /
certificate. The Boards must designate r
1 in the registration certificate the vot|
ing place in the polling precinct at
>. which the elector is to vote. If there
is more than one voting place in the ?j
? polling preoincts, the Boards shall jl
t designate on the certificate the voting
r place selected by the elector.
J. D. CARWILE,
S. 8. BOLES, ,1
W. A. LANIER. w
^ Board of Supervisors of Registration.
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. xuiiiutu a nj'i up UJHUFUV/C,FU>^? ?>v I
every day, so when yoa have that tired feeling I
and loflt your appetite, try a bottle of the ^
s valuable medicine. For sale only by Mllford
>. <t Dupre's Druggists. Phone 107.
is Here large
stock of WHEELS on hand and ^
ng them at low figures. A first class
ieel for $30.00.
jive him your order.?
kins, Clippers. ?
Bicycle Sundries of all kinds on hand.
^?/1 C ?++1n DAU Tf\c*rC. i
iu vamv i vyyuvi u#
!akes horses strong and healthy,
my 25c powder on the market.
inesday and Thursday,
h and 31st, 1899. o
GAINS FOR YOU
r THE YEAR AT
king and Millinery Store
ithers, Flowers, Gloves, Hats,
1, Laces, Ornaments, Plushes, I?
T\- T1 rp?5m_
HJga, jjic?a Diaius, a Liu miuI
: and Made to Order 1
nice line of SAILOR HATH. H]
le of samples of the leading tb
Jaltimore, will have charge of j
y, '*r.i. * ' ^ " ')
Some people may say to me
Four establishment is smal
id we presume you are i
ieap man," and so I am
[y goods are the best, an<
le best is the cheapest.
R. C. Wilson,
he State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
tbe Matter of the Estate of J. H. Lai 1 me
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
LL persons indebted to said estate mm
L settle without delay, and tbose boldln
tlms against the estate mast present tbei
operly attested to.
MRS. LOU ELLA LATIMER,
fclarcb 8,1899, tf * Executrix.
k State of South Caroline
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
TV PRnBATD! OOTTRT.
. C. Shirley, Executor Estate of J. W. Shi
ley, Deceased, Petitioner. ? Petition I
Prove Will In Dae Form of Lave.?San
ro Sal lie Shirley, T. F. Shirley, James B
ilrley, Elizabeth Jane Ashley, A. M. Shi
y. Luclnda Hlgler, Ella Shaw, Emma Shi
p. Ernest Shirley and Mamie Lindsay:
foU. AND EACH OF YOU, ARE HER]
r summoned and required to be and appei
the Court of Probate for said County, to 1
>lden at Abbeville C. H., S. C.t on SATU1
AY, the 10th day of April next, to sho
use, If any you can, why the will of J. V
ilrley, deceased, should not be proved lndi
rm of law as prayed for by petitioner.
Witness my band and the seal of the Com
ils 28th day of February, 1899.
(L. S.) R. E. HILL.
J. P., A. C.
3 T. F. Shirley, Absent Defendant:
Take Notice that the petition In theabo
ated case Is now on file in this Court and y<
e hereby summoned and required to mat
iswer thereto on or before the 15th day
R. E. HILL,
Feb. 28,1899. J. P., A. C
r. L. HILL & CO.
No. 3 ROSENBERG BLOCK.
7S7E HAVE MOVED OUR WAGON AN
'? Carriage Repository to the store roo
icently ocoupled by Mr. J. D. Kerr. Oar 8f
These wagons were given first prize over i
>mpetltors at the Nashville Exposition. V
so have a full stock of '
inggies, Carriages, Harness, &
Give us a call before buying. We guarant
T. L. HILL & CO
No. 3 Rosenberg Block.
^ Complete and Fu
STOCK OP THE CELEBRATED
letropolitan Braiii of MiiedPain
? OF ?
rOHN LUCAS & CC
ALWAYS ON HAND AT THE
Jity Brag Store
JRICES IN ONE GALLON CANS by t
single can 91.25. A liberal disco ant
klnters using large quantities,
?IR9T CLASS WORK GUARANTEE
- Washing done by band. Ironing do
y machinery, with or wltbout gloss. T
le once and yon will try me again.
Nov. 36, 1898, tt
t WMIKE, a V
i FBE3U EVERY
f W WEEK. Km
\ P m
L TP. A T. H. miller's Locals.
4 pounds of prunes for 96 cents.
Call aud see our nice line of candles, Je
icelved, they are up to date.
11 pounds good green coflee for 81.
10 pounds real good coOee for 81.
80 bars of best soap, for 81, at L. T. & T. I
Pnii and hpb our line of bulk pickle, bol
veet and sour.
Go to L. T. <fc T. M. Miller's lor some ni
eorgla cane syrup.
Go to Li. T. & T. M. Miller's for evaporate
caches and apples.
16 poundB standard granulated sugar f
10 pounds good rice for one dollar.
A fresh lot of flour, meal and grits Just li
ill and see us before buying.
For some real nice fresb crackers, bot
reet and sodas, call on L. T. & T. M. Miller.
Call and try a pound of our nice tea flab
We are dally expecting tbe arrival of ok
rcre assortment of garden seed. We band]
W. Wood & Sons seed, the very best.
Harrison <* Game,
Jet a pound of nice letter paper and fort:
.1. * nn..Alnnna ma?rth oil fr\v OA nan fa C
?L1 L CU VOlUUCn (a/ UiHk\;u vwm wj ?.
irrlson & Game's.
Pitts carminative syrup srtves relief to tb
wels wben nausealed. Try a bottle froi
arrison & Qame.
DuPre's Horse & Cattle powder Is bette
an auy 25o powder on the market. Try 1
d be convinced. Price 15c, Mllford <k Du
Liflwn sprinklers and all water work fli
res at C. P. Hammond's.
i Our Store Will Be
' Headquarters i fer i Bargains!
r, ^T1_ _ 1-^ A .. _
mis enure |g
? Spring and II
r- All we ask is an inspection of our stock. . ^f?
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s Come and see for yourself.
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Jj . Immense Stock of g ;^
? | S Colored Organdies S 'pjj
it at 2 l-2c, 4c, 5c, 6c, 8c, 10c, 12 l-2c, 16c and 20c. i|t v >
Great values for this money. Immense stock of 9 '' ?|||
,, | White Goods, in Piques, I ^
S I Dimitys, Bolistc and Organdies, |
* at 8c, 10c, 12 1-2c,t15c, 20c, and 25c.^ Great beauties ^ '
^ m iui iuo ujuuoj i luiuiviioc a\AJ\jn. ui ^
* I WHITE and COLORED I j|
; | EMBRODERIES |
Mi In Nainsook, Jaconet, Swiss and Lawn Embrold- A
'> 'I* ery at 2 l-2c, 3c, 4c, 5c, 7c, 8c, 10c, 12 l-2c, 15c, ?
/j\ 20c, and 25c. Immense stock of m ' <; <gM
ll ? White and Cream Laces | ||
/k This will be a great LACE SEASON, and we A
T have them from lc yard to 40c yard. Immense T ^
I MILLINERY IN STORE i :|j
/j\ and TO ARRIVE. All the new shapes in A , ,J.j|
!' st ^Trimmed Sailor Hats^t &
/ S for LADIES and CHILDREN. Immense wS Ji
1 I & RIBBONS -* | l
ili and at prices that will defy competition. We i|L
W > have Ribbons from lc yard to the fine SA8H
(i\ Ribbons. Ak
I * SATINS * I f
i|| in all colors. Immense stock of 3K
| | SHIRT WAIST SILKS. | ?|
? H We offer you a ... ;
| ? Figured Silk at 20c a Yard | |
1 /iv *katcan'^ ^ bought in New York for the price. eft
r /l\ ^?U ^neVeF U8e<^ W
| 1 R. & Q. Corset jt |
r (!) get one TODAY, if you regard your bmltb any- Ml!
? 'XS thing. Immense stock of w
ft Ladies and Children s w
# Shoes and Slippers. #
d. /ft W
lit We can give you a very good shoe for 75 cents W
/ii nnri fl/S rants. Ui
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