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"The Abbeville Press and Banner.!
? BY HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24. 1891. VOLUME XXXVI. NO. 5^1
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
COURT OK COMMON PLEAS.
J. >v . nprwies, nuiiiini,
against
J. A. Sibley and R. O. Hltt, in their own right
and late as Sibley & Co., and as President
and Secretary of the Greenwood Cotton
Compress Company.
Jessie Thompson and Armstrong Bro's.,
Defendants.
Copy Summons For Relief.
(Complaint Served.)
To the Defendants, J. A. Sibley In bis own
right and as a member or the late tirm
of Sibley & Co., composed of J. A. Sibley
and R. G. Hitt, aud as President of the
Greenwood Cotton Compress Company.
R. G. Hitt In his own right and a member
of the late firm cf Sibley & Co., composed
ol J. A. Sibley <t R. G. Hitt, and as
Secretary of the Greenwood Cotton Compress
Company.
Jessie Thompson and Armstrong Brothers.
YoU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND
lequlred to answer the complaint In this
action, of which acopy is herewith served
upon you, aud the original filed In the
Clerk's office at Abbeville Court House,
SouthCaroiina.on May 30,1891, and to serve
a oopy of your answer to the said complaint
on the subscribers at their office at Abbeville
Court House, South Carolina, within
twenty days after the service hereof, exclusive
of the day of such service; and
if you fail to answer the complaint within
the time ufoiesaid, the pluintitf in tills
action will apply to tl|f Court for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Dated 30th day of May, 1S91.
PARKER vt McGOWAN,
l'lnlntlWc A llnrnovu
With the following notice endorsed.
To Jesse Thompson & Armstrong Hros :
Take Notice : That no demand is made
against you in tills action, and if you answer
Will be at your own cost.
PARKER & McGOWAN,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
June '$, 1H91 tit.
ALIj SORTS UF
BUILDING MATERIAL.
ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS
DRESSED 5 mm
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS,
And other BUILDING MATERIAL solicited,
I HAVE WAGONS
And can deliver any goods ordered from me,
and will contract to
BUILD HOUSES.
S. G. Thomson.
Abbeville, April 15. 1891, 12m.
J^Eight yards satin worth S1.00 for 50 cents
V. Rosenberg & Co,
A big out in 40 Inch fine white flounclnirs at
HaddoD's.
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WXA.KJJ.J. JLmJ U X VV
OH GOODS! |? In Order to B<
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the Public a Splendid Opportunity
Hats Must Go, as
[en's and Boys' Clothing' is Entirely
i YOUR TIME TO GE1
.IGHT WEIGHT COATS AND VESTS i
FLANNELS, ALPACAS, DRA
trmn m i m. n'n.'mr TPH-K m
SHIRTS IN MADRAS, FU
. We Ask. is a Chanci
Les?ant Lot
Is and Prices are Sure to Pie
See Us Before Buying.
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SPEED'S DRUG STORE. !
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With a LARE and well Selected Stock of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
PATENT MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, WINDOW GLASS, PREPARED
PUTTY, COMBS, BRUSHES, FANCY
GOODS, PERFUMES, STATIONERY, &C.
The demand of this market pan be supplied.
' Headquarters for fine CIGARS and TOBACCO. Orders by Mail or hand promptly attended
to. Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours.
You are respectfully invited to call.
P. B. SPEED.
No. 8 Wall St., Abbeville, S. C
A New Departure.
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jiuilj i jiuvlj ; jiuvlj;
; COOKING STOVES FROM $10 UP.
HEATING STOVES FROM $3 UP.
At E. A. TEMPLETWS.
For Sale by J. T. Simmons, Greewooi, S. C.
ran
w > take pleasure in announcing to our friends Hinl the public tliat we can be found
III oof Elenaot New Quarters at the Mcllwain Cemer
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Where we are offering nu Immense stock of General Merchandise, consisting of
Dry Goods, Flannels, Jeans, Cassimers, Prints, Sheetings,
Shirtings, Tickings, Damask, Cretons,
I And everything else in the I)KY GOODS line. We have n full and complete stock of
I NOTIONS AND FANCY GOOES. We call special attention to our stock of
JfestdLy-]lCa?(le
For MEN and ROYS. Our selection In thin lino of goods is very lino in all grades from
tlie finest to tlie cheapest, and offered at exceedingly Low l'rleos.
S H O 15 S .
In SHOES we are In a position to save you money, having bought a large stock for
1 CASH,, direct from the Manufacturers before the recent advance in Shoes, and are offering
them at Old Trices. OUIt SHOES are in all grades from the best hand-sewed to
' the cheapest. As heretofore our specialty will be
GROCERIES AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
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Lowest possible prices, consistent with t;ood quality. Our stock of llAHDWAUiCROCKERY,
TINWARE, &c., is full and complete in all linos.
While we do not claim to have Largest stock in town, or to do the Largest Business
We do claim something that is vastly more important to the buyers, and that is, tmu
I Our Prices are LOWER than any one else. v
ChII iu and see us In our NEW STORE and we promise to prove to you that it is to
your interest to trade with us.
. We do all we possibly can to satisfy and please the trade, and give you the full value
of your money. * Oct. 8, 1890.
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|UT WE MUST
w rrt,v"~t - 'a i hit n i rt -^sr -?
all Have Things Aj
iflnre Onr ELEGANT STOCK of 11
WE Wii-i. CUT Pmioes
GENTS' PUBNIS]
to Convert a Dollar into More
too Large, and will be Sold far Be
: A FIRST-CLASS STJ]
s very Large and Just the Thing for 5
P DETES, SERGES, AND
soc^XiXiiii: nxiiiRA]
OTELS, AND SATINES
b to Show You Tha
of Real 1
ase the most Fastidious and
>m bmuj
SAVE YOUR ROOFS,
BY
Painting them with the best Mineral
Paints. 90 per cent. Iron.
For Sale by
U. ~W. Lawson & Co.
The best quality of KEROSENE
sold by H. W. LAWSON & CO, for
15 cents per Gallon.
THE PERFECTION
"Window Screens.
Keeps out all Flies, Mosquitors, &c.
For Sale by
H. w. LaWSON & Co.
March 25, 1891.
Baker, Mathews & Chambers,
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GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND FERTILIZERS.
Heavy Groceries and Farm Supplies
* r~\x.r> a _ u. /-ii j j
iire unereu. at vjiust? .trices, anu.
HATS, CLOTHING AND SHOES
At prices to suit the times. Call and see us,
get prices and be convinced.
Baker, Mathews & Chambers,
M?i.v 17. 1891. tf Lowndesville. S. G.
National Bank of Abbeville,
Abbeville, S. C.
Capital, $75,000
Surplus, 10,000
OJHLcevM s
J. ALIiKN S.HITII, President. L. W. WHITE, Vice-l'reside
Itli.NJ. S. UAltNWELL, Cashier.
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GEO. W. WILLIAMS, Charleston, SVc., J. N. YOUNG, Due West, S. C.,
L. W. WHITE, Abbeville, S. C., It. M, IIADDON, Abbcyille, S. C.,
JNO. U. EDWARDS, Abbeville, S. C., W. C. McGOWAN, Abbeville, S. C?
J. ALLEN SMITH, Abbeville, S. C.
DOKS a General Ranking business, provides the greatest security and convenience for its
Depositors. Is ready at any and all times to make loans based upon such safe collateral
our County affords. Sept. 11, 1888. ly
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HAVE SOME! I
LI Their OwB^Way j
TOO LITTLE MONEY ! |???
on ALL _ ClL.OTHIW?,||
EilJNTGr GrOODS,
than a Dollar's "Worth of Goods. ||
ded With Ttiem.sl
low Actual Value for the CASH. J
LT at Little COST. jj|
5UMMER WEAR. We Have them irtfjjfj
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FOR' MEN AND BOYS. |M
t We Have an?=?
< n T?mo ir?c! ,<IM
-pai gamoi |jj
Careful Buyers. It will|l
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Spring! Spring!!
Spring is upon us, and now the question arises Oil
wVifirfitnhnv Snrincr frnnrls tTifi phfinn. 9
est. By carefully examining the fol- j
lowing* List, you will find that j
cameron's fjj
new vnnbpa/ifrflt qt am!
uim iviiyiiuwyu IUII/ioii
IS AT THE FRONT, J
?=eANDs=? Jfi
Ready to Supply Your Demands. 1
" Ginghams,
7c, 8c, 9c, 12c and 12 l-2c Yard.
Challies, 5c Yard. Colored Lawns, 6c Yard.
Prints, 41-2, 5, 6,7 and 8c. Serges, 7,12,13c Yd.
Pineapple Tissue, 12 l-2c Yard. Shirtings, 6c Yard. ?||
Cassimeres, 10c, 12c, 14c, 25c and up.
Henriettas, 25c and up. Shirtings, 10c Yard.
Sheeting, 5c, 6c. 7c, 8c, 21c and 31c per Yard.
30-in, Black Satine,12 l-2c. 3-4 in, Black Satine, 7o.
Checked & Striped Lawns, 10,15,18 and 25c.
Checked Nainsooks, 10c. Black Lawn, 10c Yd.
Outing Cloths, 10c, 11c, 12 l-2c, and 16 2-3c Yard.
Fine Line Flouncing. YictoriaLawns,6c,8c&121-2c. !:4
Hamburg Edging, 3c to 25c per Yard.
Hamburg Insertion, 7c, 8c, 8c, 10c and 12 l-2c.
Lace Pilllow Shams, 50c and $1.00 per Pair.
LACES AND RIBBONS AT YOUR OWN PRICES.
STAMP LINENS. I
Linen Towels, Napkins, Fans, Parasols.
Ladies' Kid G-loves, Hits, Silk Gloves.
G-ent's Black and White Straw Hats. Black
and White Outing Shirts, Tennis and Baseball
Shoes, Belts and Ties, and our regular
Lines Shirts, Collars and Cuffs, Trunks, Valises
and Shoes. Sk
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Candies Direct From Factory.
G-lassware, Tinware, Woodenware, Crockery,
and all kinds of Racket Goods.
All we ask of our Patrons is to give us a
call before purchasing elsewhere, and we will
do our best to please you.
Walter Cameron, Jr.,
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