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1W STORE
We take Pleasure in Announ
Public that We can be
New Quart
McILWAIN
WHERE WE ARE OFFERING
GENERAL M
CONSISTI
Dry Goods, Flannels, Jeans, C
Shirtings, Tickings,
And everything else In the DRY GOODS line
-ivT/-\rnTr>v-vrci A "NTTi 1
IN yj ? 1U1N o A1N XJ X
WE CALL SPECIAL ATTEN
For MEN and BOYS. Our selection in this li
the finest to the cheapest, and offered at exceei
S H O
In SHOES we are in a position to save yc
CASH, direct from the Manufacturers before t
ing them at Old 1'rlces. OUR SHOES are i
the cheapest.
AS HERETOFORE OUR
GROCERIES AND FLA
We have a large stock of every kind of SI
Lowest possible prices, consistent with irood qt
OUR STO
Hardware, Crocken
IS FULL AND COMPLI
While we do not claim to have Largest Su>
We do claim something that is vastly more 1
Our Prices are LOWER than any one elee.
Call In and see us In our NEW STORE an
your interest to trade with us.
We do all we possibly can to satisfy ana pn
ot your money.
R, W.
Oct 8, 1S90.
ifflilL
The Largest an
ped Saloon
Con
Consisting, in par
? ? T-* T~? TT7"
.Brands 01 jrurt? ix yt> w
MOUNT YERNON,
MORNING CALL,
These brands run from
Corn Whiskey a specialty?Only fir
Corn Whiskey. Can give you ins
With a Complete Stock
Gins,
Ten Barrels Corn Whiskey sold
for CASH, and give my customers
CENTENNIAI
t
JL J J 9
Oct. 15, 1890._
ISTE'W
Fancy Grocery. 6.
H. 1IIOORE
L
! L
HAS opened a Now Fancy and Green Gro- A
eery Store In L
COTHRAN'S BLOCK. i
A
He deals in everything found in a Fancy \
Family Grocery Store, where you can pur- a
chase the nicest CANNED GOODS, consist- \
in? of a
" A
Canned Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, [
m m: , l
together'with FRESH PRUNES, APPLES, f
&c., and other delicacies. The substantiate l
are L
BACON, BREAKFAST STEIFS, *
MEAL, IRISH POTATOES,
and CABBAGE. \
FLOUR, MOLASSES, HAMS, i
v Cigars of the Best Brands. Y a
Fresh Fish rind Oysters, Pork Sausage and "
the choicest Heef a specialty.
Oct 22, 1S90.
? G. A. DOUGLASS
A
J.J AS on liQud a full Stock of
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Clothing i
nnd HATS. A complete line of Saddler, t
Hridles and Harness, Crockery, Guns, Pistols, ,
Cutlery, liurbed Wire, and Hardware of every i
description. Lamps, Lamp Chimneys, Jew- 1
elry, Fancy aud Domestic Groceries, Provisions,
and L
[Plantation Supplies. \
Just received a lot of Sewing \
Machines of the latest and most i
improved styles with all attach- I
ments and warranted for five years \
at from $16 to $25, either for Cash J
or partial payments. \
&
ALSO A J.Ul" Uf t
I
Horses, Mules and Wagons for
CASH or on TIME and on the very best n
TERMS. *
Oct. 13, 1890. ?
. t
Look at that Big Pound of smoking Tobacco
and pipe for 25 eta. at A. M. Hill & Sons. 8
Look out for the arrival of those fine
oranges just from Florida groves at A. M.
Hill & Sons. 1
A. M. Hill A Sons will receive in a few days
another lot of those fine Potomac Herring
If yon wish to see the finest stock of French \
Candies iu Abbeville, goto A. M. Hill tc Sons, a
IW STOCK
cing to Our Friends and the
Found in Our Elegant
ers at the
CORNER,
I AN IMMENSE STOCK OF
ERCHANDISE,
NG OF
Jassimers, Prints, Sheetings,
Damask, Cretons,
j. We have a full and complete stock of
<ANCY G-OODS.
HON TO OUR STOCK OF
* Clotli-iii.^
ino of goods is very flue in all grades from
Jingly Low Prices.
E S .
>u money, having bought a large stock for
he recent advanco in Shoes, nnd are oflern
all grades from tlie best hand-sewed to
SPECIALTY WILL BE
NTATION SUPPLIES.
'APLE nnd FANCY GROCERIES tit the
lality.
UK OF
r, Tinware, &c.,
2TE IN ALL LINES.
clc in town, or to do the Largest Busir.ess.
mportant to the buyers, and that Is, that
d \re promise to prove to you that it is to
easo the trade, and give you the full value
CANNON.
imf.
d Best Equipin
the Up
ntry.
t, of the Following
hiskies:
EMMET OLUB,
frJaaErhVTOl If 1 DDV T> * COCTVH
11 .-v k t J. UAWUI I
$2 to $9 a gallon.
m in town that handles Badgers!
ide track on prices and quality,
: of Brandies, Wines,
&c.
I weekly, I buy in large lots
i the advantage of Low Prices.
- SALOON,
Douglass,
MANAGER.
/OLUiUHIA & UIIEENVILLE 1)1 V
CONDENSED SCHEDULE.
In Effect August 31, lS'K).
(Trains run by T5th Meridian time.)
NOETHBOUND.
j No. j No. j No. | No. J No.
I -St. 50. I 60. I 5S. J 6.
iA-M-i I ! i
v Charleston 7 00
v Augusta 8 00 I
r Columbia 111 00|P.M.| | |
v Columbia Ill 0<)| 5 401 1 1
v Alston 12 02 0 45 ... '
v Union I 1 33I I I I
r Spartanburg | 2 oO'j | | |..
rl'ryon | 4 10, J I
r Saluda 5 33 J J
r Flat Hock I 5 541 J I I
r llendernonvllle 6 lol J I
r Ashevllle 7 00:
r liotSpriugs 8 40!
rPotnuria 112 20| 7 001 Ia.M.I
v Prosperity 12 42! 7 2.11 1 7 20!
7 Newberry 1 1 00* 7 40, 1 7 40!
v Ooldvillf S> 45 1
v Clinton 1 0 07j ! I
rLburens | 9 4.?! I
v Ninety-Six 1 2 25.P.M.j I >> 33;
v Greenwood 2 4<i' A.M. 9 14: P.M.
v Hodges I 3 07' \ 9 451 9 3SI12 15
r Abbeville 3 50; 110 SK I 1 05
r Belton 1 1 00 10 40!l0 30 P.M.
v Belton f 4 id 110 451
v Willi*uiftton 1 221 Ill Oil I
v Pelzer 4 81 ill 08'
y Piedmont 4 4Si 'l 1 25L L ....
r Qreenville._ 5 30 112 05J 1
rAnderaou I 4 40| j 1* M.|ll 101
r Pendleton 5 22 1 (A.M.1
r Seneca 6 00> j
r Wnlbulla 7 00' I I I
r Atlanta j 10 40| I |? I
P.M.
HOUTIIBOUND.
I No.! No. ! No. j No. J No.
j 55. j 59. j 57. I 51. j 5.
Jl'.M.j
r Charleston I 9 :U>'
.r Augusta. | 9 071 A.M |
r Columbia i 4 40! | 9 50 j j
r Alston 3 :>r.i I 8 40; j
r Union I 1 'ili '
iv Spartanburg 11*2 4f>| ..! ! I
,v Tryon 11 !>?' I I
,v Suluiln 10 37 |
iV Flat Kock <10 I'll j
,v llendi-rsonvlllc | 9 541; ! I I
,v Ashtvillo I 9 05
,v llotSiiringb 7 30i i ?| t
|A.M.I
| P.M.! I
iV Poraarla I 3 20jP. M.l 8 80
,r Prosperity I 2 57 7 OS 8 OS
,r NewDerry | 2 37 0 50 7 50
,v Goldville I 6 52| I
.V Clinton | (1 32'
.V L&nrcns I C 00i
iV Ninety-Six 1 1 15| 5 421A.M.
iV (4rt>enwood |12 241 5 2U| I'.M.jA.M.I P.M.
.r Ilodgi-B. 1 11 55 1 4 501 9 3'M 2 40
,v Hodges J ' 4 58 1
,v AMtoville 110 50' I 4 15 8 50 1 50
>r Bolton I 110 M. 3 55 P.M.|A.M.! P.M.
,v Bel ton ( 10 SOj 4 05| I 3 40;
ir Wlilluuittton ! 10 18) 3 17!
ir Pelzer 110 12| I 3 10'
r Piedmont i 9 551 1 2 r*;{!
,v Greenville 9 15 - J 2 10i
ir Anderson 10 0:ji 8 80 1 P.M.
it Pondlcton 9 2fi| P.M.| | I
^r Seneca I 8 54
,v Walhalla... 8 30
JA.M.I I _l __J
Nos. 5, C, 50,51,50, 57, 58 and 5!) daily except Bunay.
Main Lino trains 54 and 55 dally between ColmWa
and Alston. Daily except 8unday bit ween
ilston and Greenville.
Pullman Parlor Car on No. 53 of S. C. Division,
uigusta to Aahuvlllo and Hot Springs, without
hange, connecting with Columbia and Greenville
division train daily (No, 54.)
Pul'man parlor servicc butween Columbia and Uot
iprings, N. C.
D. CAEDWELL, Div. I'ass. Agt., Colombia, 8. C.
JA8. L. TAYLOE, Gen. Pass. Agent, Washington,
). C.
60L. HAAS, Traffic Manager, liicbmond Vo.
Attention ladles ! You aro respectfully incited
to inspect Unit lot of pickles and proi3i
ves, just received by A. M. Hill & Sone.
THEY HA\
WHO HA!
THE IW I
o
ODD M(
Who Formerly Occupi
BRICK
Where Have
Why next Door to
And they are now rea
wants, in everything
and at prices that
Goods that your merchants i
for, we now sell for the small sui
do not mean 5c, for we give you yo
all the ONE CENT PIECES you ]
as good to us as the Gold itself, as f
We are Headquarters fo
Hardware, Tinware, Woodenware,
Shoes, Kubbers, Hats, Caps, La
full line of Dry Goods and Notion!
Cigars, Cigraettes, Smoking and C
Ask for Cameron's Pride Che'
brought to this market.
Candy!
We are selling Stick Candy
Cream Drops for 20c. per pound, al1
We also keep a full line of Trr
est prices.
We print a small Pamphlet ci
gives you our prices, if you have n
address and we will send you one bi
~^W ~WJ m*
Tf vnn lfl.nk nnfi vnurself. this
ply the shortage. Even if you z
other for some deserving relation 01
ING WATCHES AWAY, though
phist, Nothing of the sort.
lieve we can afford to give you a we
These are our terms: Whei
LARS' worth of goods of us we wi]
Of course we don't expect you to t
week, but so long as our prices ar(
yourself a watch for nothing ?
This is a Discription of th
The case is of brightly polishet
al, not a plating, and is warranted
ble and responsible, to wear for 15
bteter than coin silver. The mov
excellent time. Each fitted wil
watch looks exactly like the regul
cle and will give FULLY AS GOO'
Remember, our prices won't g
offer. Everything will still be s
? ? Is X
guarantee lowest prices, nonesi ?
teous treatment.
Come right around and get a
ter one of our watch prizes. B
will be reached and you will be i
cost you a cent.
Now all we ask of you is to gi
and prices, and we are satisfied you
Hoping you will remember 01
future patronage, we remain,
Walter Oa
G-.
Oct. 8. 1890.
Why everybody is going to the Palmetto Salt
what they are represented to be. You can get
Is the largest, neatest and best regulated Uar ii
I r.iii nt. i he Palmetto before buying anywlier
All orders will receive prompt attention.
Corn Whiskey, 81/5 to $2.50. Rye Whiskey, S
as win be bought any where In town.
All goods guaranteed to give satisfaction. A
on hand.
M. 0. fflc
Sow barley and rye and get your seed, il
you want good and fresh from \V. Joel Smith
& Sons.
Suspenders! suspenders ! W. Joel Smith
Sons sell the besl in town.
If you want a Buggy, Road Cart, or I'haeton
call on A. M. Hill &Sons.
1,500 feet of moulding, just arrived from
the factory embracing all the latest designs
known to the art. Pictures framed any
size at short notice, and at prices to suit all.
Come and see our samples. Lee & llailey,
Greenwood, S. C.
Have just received a nice lino of French
candy. Lee & Bally, Green wood, S. C.
rE MOVED!
3 MOVED?
? RACKET
il STORE,
ed one of WALLER'S
STORES.
They Moved?
J. K. Durst & Co.,
dy to supply all your
r except Groceries,
will astonish you.
a year ago charged you 5 and 10c,
ii of 3c,, and when we say 3c., we
ur exact change, and we also take
have to dispose of, for they are just
ar as the value goes.
r the Following Goods:
, Glassware and Crockery, Boots,
dies and Gent's Underwear, and a
s. Clothing at New York Cost.
Ihewing Tobacco.
wing Tobacco, best 10c. plug ever
Candy!
for 12c. per pound, Chocolate
svays sold for 40c. per pound.
inks, Valises and Satchels at lowailed
the "LITTLE GEM" which
ot got one send us a card with your
j return mail.
e sb i"
is the chance of a lifetime to supblready
have one can't you use an
friend ? You see, we are GTVtoo
rlnn'f nlm'm t.n V?a nil i 1 an t.hrn
Ve want your steads trade and be
itch in order to get it.
1 you have bought FIFTY DOL[1
give you free a handsome watch,
rade this amount out in a day or a
) as low as anybody's, why not get
e WATCH we Give Away.
1 silverine, a new composition metby
the maker, who is both reputayears
and keep its color and lustre
ement is an imported one and keeps
;h heavy beveled crystal. This
ar eighteen-dollar coin silver artiD
SERVICE.
o up one cent on account of this
lold at rock bottom figures. We
foods, prompt attention and courcertificate
and prepare to start afefore
you know it the $50 limit
the owner of a watch that didn't
ve us a call and inspect our goods
will save money by so doing,
lr inducements" and desiring your
Yours truly,
rneron, Jr.,
REENWOOD, S. C.
jon Is because they get goods tlmt come up to
anything you call for In the best style. This
u Abbeville.
eelsc, and you will be satisfied to buy there.
2 to S3. Brandies, Wines, &C., sold as chcap
flue stock of CIGARS and TOBACCO always
JCRAKEN,
Proprietor.
Messrs. W. Joel Smith & Sons liave received
tin immense slock of Mllburn wagons.
He sure to pall to see them.
Window shades, spring roller fixtures nt
prices from 5(1 cents to $1.75 each. Curtain
Poles, I'.rass fixtures, Antique Oak and Walnut
at 50 cents each. Just received at Chalmers's
Furniture Store.
Woven Wire Mattresses, single nnd double
weave fit $1.50 and Si each at Chalmers's Furniture
Store.
Look at those large fat Mackerel at A. M.
Hill & Sons.
J For choice Mllburn wagons, call at W. Joel
[Smith <Sc Sons.
LUTED PARTNERSHIP
The State of South Carolina, 1
County of Abbeville. i
This is to certify that the undersigned J.
Allen Smith and (5. II, Moore have this day
associated themselves together in a limited
partnership, under I he firm name of G. H.
Moore, for the purpose of carrying on In the
Town of Abbeville a butcher and green gro
eery business.
G. H. Moore being the only general partner
and J. Allen Smith the only special partner,
both of whom reside lu the town of'Abbeville.
State and Counjy aforesaid. That the
said .1. Allen Smith lias contributed in actual
cash In good faith the sum of Five Hundred
Dollars to the capital stock or the said business.
That the said partnership is to commence
on the 1st day of October and terminate
on the 1st day of October, 1893.
Made and severally ) G. H. MOORE,
signed In presence of V J. ALLEN SMITH,
thesubscriblng witness-)
or at Abbeville, s. c.,)
this 1st day of October, >
1890. )
T. P. cothran,
Lewis Perrin.
The State of South Carolina, 1
County oe Abbeville.
Personally appeared Lewis Perrln and having
been duly sworn says that b? was present
and saw J, A. Smith and G. H. Moore make
and sevorally sign the foregoing certificate
and that he with T. P. C'othran witnessed the
due execution thereof.
Sworn to before me this 1st day of October,
1&90.
T. P. COTHRAN, fSeal.]
Notary Public, S. C.
The State of South Carolina, I
County of Abbeville. f
Personally appeared G. H. Moore and having
been duly sworn says, that he is the only
general partner of the limited partnership of
G. H. Moore. That J. Allen Smith the only
special partner thereof han contributed Fire
Hundred Dollars, the sum specified In the
certificate to have been contributed by him
as special partner, and that the same lias
been actually and In good faith paid in cash
to the capital stock of the sairl partnership.
G. H. MOOIU2.
Sworn to before me this 1st day of October,
181)0.
t. P. Cothran, [L. S.]
nwuu.y ruuin:, n. \j.
The State of South Carolina,!
County ok a hjievi.le. J
Personally appeared Ilugh Wilson and having
been duly sworn says, that he Is the publisher
of Ihe Abbeville Press and Banner, a
newspaper published at Abbeville C. II., S. C.
That the certificate above written of which n
cony is hereto attached, was advertised In the
said paper once a week for six weeks consecutively,
beglnlng on the 8th day of October,
185W.
HUGH WILSON.
Sworn to before me this day of October.
1890.
T. P. Cothran. rL.S.l
Notary Public, S. C.
Oct. 8, 1890. 6t.
Flour! Flour ! Flour !
IHAVE consigned to me ONE CAR LOAD
OF FLOUR that I will sell as close or
maybe a little closer than yon can buy the
pame grade of Flour in town. Prefer to sell in
five barrel lots to close buyers. Must b<? sold
at once. Apply to PAT ROCHE.
Nov. 5,1890, 3t
Wanted.
f IVE AND ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED
1j In every town in Abbeville and Anderson
counties to represent the UNITED
STATES MUTUAL ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION,
the best and strongest Accident Association
in the world. Address, with references.
to M. M. MATTISON, A^t.,
Nov. 5,1890,5t Douulds, S. C.
Notice of Application for
Charter.
NOTICE is hereby Riven that application
will be made to the General Assembly of
the Slate of Souih Carolina at its next session
for the Charter of a Railroad Company
irom Lowndesville, in Abbeville county,
South Carolina, to a suitable or desirable
Soint on the line of the Georgia. Carolina and
Torthern Railroad in said State and county.
Fresh Arrivals
AT
A. M. Hill & Sons
?FOR
GALA WEEK!
ino pounds Malaga Grapes.
25 baskets Delaware Grapes.
25 baskets Catawba Grapes.
25 barrels Fine Apples.
25 hunches Bananas.
1,000 Cocoanu's.
English Mixed Pickle.
English Chow Chow.
English Tomato Catsup.
1 fifin imnmla nccnrtn.f f'n n?lv
500 pounds French Candles.
1,000 Florida Oranges.
Oct. 29. 1890.
The State of South Carolina,
ABBEVILLE COUNTY.
Probate Court?Citation for Lettersof Administration.
By J. Fuller Lyojj, Esq., Judge Probate
Court:
WHEREAS, Thos. L. Moore, as Clerk
Common Pleas Court, has mude suit
to mo, to grant htm Letter* of Administration
ot th? Estate and effects of T. J.
McCracken late of Abbevlllecounty, deceased.
These are therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred nnd creditors of the
said T. J. McCracken, deceased, that they be
and appear before me, In the Court of Probate,
to be held at Abbeville C. H., on Wednesday,
November 19th, 1890, after publication hereof,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause If
any they have, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand nnd 6eal of the Court,
this 13th day ot October, in the year of
fL.S.Jour Lord one thousand elrht hundred |
nnd ninety and in the 115th year of
American Independence.
Published on the 15th day of October. 1S90,;
in the Press and Banner and on the Court;
House door for the time required by law.
J. FULLER LYON,
Judge Probate Court. '
Oct. 15, 1890, Gt
Would respectfully
creasing their Mercan
their present stock.
FANCY GROCERIES, FRO!
FRESH, VAR]
in every depart]
A "S& BP
11. IY1.
Are
Jftw 'fi
BUGGIES, OA
A_. ]N
iJ o >ct?
CHALMER'S
nun mi
Baby Carriages
Just in. Prices $8, SIO, S12, $10. Good and
pretty ijoods.
Parlor Suits,
Combination in style. Very pretty. Price
C.10
LowHges,
Covered In beautiful Moquette plusbes, at
low prices.
33.50, 84 Each
Best Woven Wire Spring Beds. Will last a
lite time.
lOtli Century Sideboards
Iu Walnut and Oak.
lGtli Century Book Cases
Walnut and Oak. Handsome goods.
10 Walnut Suits,
With toilet Iu Wnshstand. Prices trom $88
to $75. Best goods.
300 Chairs
Just to hand. All styles and prices.
Bedsteads
S2, ${, 85 to $10 each, complete with caster
500 Rolls Wall Paper
And Bordering to match. Cheap.
The above goods at
CHALMER'S
Furniture Store.
Oct. 20, 1800.
The Short Line to
Charleston & Florida.
POUT ItOYAL AND WESTERN CAROLINA
KAIL* W A X UU.
Commencing sunday, march 2. 1s90, Passenger
trains will run as follows by 75th Meridian
time: .
Going Sonth. Dully.
Leave Anderson *9 00 a m t3 10 p m
Lpavc Starr 8 25 a m 8 33 p m
Leave Lowndesville 8 56 a m 4 05 p m
Leavo Mt. Carinel 9 40 a in 4 49 p m
Arrive McCormlck 10 00 a m 5 80 p ra
Arrive Augusta 12 30 p in *10 05 p m
Arrive Charleston 7 00 p in
Arrive Savannah 5 40pm 6 80 a m
Arrive Jacksonville J 00 a in 12 00 m
Going North. Dally.
Leave Jacksonville *1 10 p m *S 00 p m
Leave Savannah S 10 pin 0 40am
Li-nvo Charleston 9 15am
Leave Augusta 8 25 a m 3 45 p m
Arrive McCorinick ., 10 40 am 5 45 p m
Arrive Mt.Cnrmcl . 11 30 a in t6 85 p m
Arrl.ve Lowndesville 12 14 p m - T 18 f> m
Arrive Starr 12 46 p m 7 51 p m
Arrive Anderson... 1 10 p m 8 15 p in
* Dally, t Daily except Sundays.
Shortest and quickest route to Charleston, reaches
| there three hours ahead of any other line. Connections
made at Augusta lor Atlanta and all points west.
Tickets on sale at P. R. & W. C. Rv depots to all
points at cheap rates and baggage checked to destination.
For any other information spply or write.
' W. J. CRAIG, G. P. A.
R. W. Hunt, T. P. A., Augusta, Ga.
Car Load
Of
HORSES.
I HAVE for wile a enr load of the finest
I KENTUCKY RADDLE AND HARNESS
HORSES that could be obtained for
tho monev. Cull ana muUeyottr selection.
A, B, HAMLIN, Agent, '
Sept. 23, 180(1, tt -
MACMORPHYT STORY,
ARCHITECTS,
No. 8 Gray's Piazza, AUGUSTA, GA.
ARE PREPARED TO MAKE PLANS and
superintend the building of
CHURCHES. I COURTHOUSES,
SCHOOL HOUSES, JAILS
HOTELS. THEATRES,
STORES, I DWELLINGS.
June 4,1S90, lJm
~BB. E. L WILSON,
o jEiwapmsGT.
tKuOfiice up stairs over R. W. Cannons store
Aug. JJS, J8S9.
For the next thirty days we will sell onr entire
line of Flower Pots, Hanging Baskets,
&e., ut first cost to make room for new goods.
Lee & Bailey, Greenwood, S. C.
Wo havejust opened up a splendid lino of
shot guns, rangldg from S2 to $50. Sportmen
take notice and call on us for guns and all
shooting materials. Smith .fcSons.
Vertical slide-back suspenders the best In
the world. No weight on tho shoulders. No
strain on the butious. Ask for them at Smith
A- Snnw
We have now a complete line of Art Materials?tube
colore, brushes, crayons, oencilfi
drawing paper, tr;insfer paper, polettes &c'
I'i tact every thing In the line, Lee & Bailey' i
Greenwood S. C. ' .
T announce to the pu
.tile business by mak:
They will make a sp
ITS, CONFECTIONERIES &
Their stock will be
[ED, FULL AND
tnent to which they ini
Hill &
5 now receiving at tl
A Large Stock of
ERIAGES & I
JL. HILL ?!
pp
School Claims.
ALL persons holding School Claims which
have uot yet been registered will please
prt-8<;ni them at my office by the 15tb, aaltis
necessary thnl I have all the reports of the /
(llirt-rcnt school*, in order to make my anaual
report complete.
It. G. McLEES, V
School Com. ^
doing! CLOTHING! Milf!
Hands Up ! and Listen What
I Tell You that
1HAVE JUST received an Immense line of
Winter sumples. and am prepared to supply
this people with tbe best ol Clothing at
very LOWEST PRICfiS.
Satisfaction and a Fit Guaranteed,
Call nnd see my samples at JONES F. MILLICKS
corner store. BROWNING, KINO
& CO.
J. A, ALLEN, Agent.
Abbeville, 8. C.. Aug. 27. ' . .
Removal.
I
A FTER this date my office will be found A
J\. over Cannon's store, for the Hummer.' ^
H. G. THOMSON.
Abbovllle, Jane 25,1890, tf
^H. D. REESE, Ab^^e, & a, and J. B.
FRANKS, Lowndesvllle, 8. C.. are exclusive
dealers In these celebrated glasses.
Faulkner Keli.am & Moore,
(Only Manufacturing Opticians In the South)
, Oct. 15.1SU0. 4in Atlanta. Qa.
House and Lot For Sale.
I OFFER for sale my House and Lot in the
town of Abbeville, S. C. .M.
L. EONHAM, Columbia,S. C.
Apply to S. C. CASON,
Abbeville, & C.
Sept. 17.1890.
GIMS READY FOR BUSINESS.
6. S. WILSON & CO.
HAVE recently fltled up a new and powerful
engine to run their QINS on the
ALSTON LOT. They have two splendid new
gins, ami have arrangements for ginning and
packing twenty bales a day. Being practical
workmen they can serve the public faithfully
and well. Give thetn a chance at your cotton.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
nnmmA"\T onnrk
JL i. v-J?N iSHiJhJLJ.
They pay the blehest CASH prices for seed
from the cotton wjilch they gin.
If you hnve cotton to gin, be sore to apply to
6. s. WILSON & CO.
Sept. 17. 1890.
NS EASY.
^Qcins fast.
NEVER CHOKES oBREAKS
THE ROLL.
^^THECELEBRATED
COTTON pi |J
Has All LATEST IMPROVEMENTS
Including Balance Wbcel on Brash which IsMtirAH
Avnn RnA?d. Thin fA&tnM Im daqoIIat to
this make of Gin and Is used on no other. Are
FULLY GUARANTEED and Am Delivered
FREE OF FREIGHT at any R- R. Station or
the landing of any Regular Steamboat Line la
the South. If we have no Agent near you,
address the General Southern Agent,
HUf UIIDD A DrtATLANTA,fiA.tr
IVinUDDAKlJ DALLAS, TEX.
IIS"lBtOSCOOD
SJ5; PKUU. S. STANDARD
CALES
relf ht paid, felly
wirrut?4< Oth.r <U?i
nropcrliomteir low. EflflMt, Bolltn and Y?i tirlftdlaf fckik?
H.W.HUBBARD,Q?nl.Sou(h'n Astnt,Atl?al*,G?.or
Stetson lints In all shapes the most durable
hat made. P. Rosenberg & Co.
We have nddeil nn elegant line of gold and
silver watches to our Jewelry departmet P.
Rosenberg <fc Co.
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; Sons
blic that they are inLng
large additions to
ecialty of
UD GREEN GROCERIES,
COMPLETE
rite inspection.
; Sons
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