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- : :A>' 5 , t V r V ; t J*. 4 W" " V 1 ? , * C , ..... - ' ^ .. , >. . !The Abbeville Press and Banner. ( r ^ t fe ,'V : " ~ p' BY HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE, S. C? WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1895. ESTABLISHED 1844 . t Attract La. " BECAUSE S ce my Stock of WIN1 tonish all BUYERS. >est place to find wha n-Trrr tt a ?,? Ppfe'-'y " The Mos EE' ' Hag?&- f'i r fcV?Vjv.'\r "1 M WHY? In order to redu( such prices, as will as that my Store is the 1 ( To give some idea 1 Win rV?; I still have a verj opportunity to get a 1 invited to come and WHITE FLANNELS, C jr Winter. CAR.PE1; Brussells and Ingrain K|?$t's *" * A D II fl- > You can My a S Any one in need of ar All other kinds of l every one that it will BIG E C>! . , | From this d just -v bi S;H- - ' fi y nm ti 0|FJL11I and HATS * Come and se You ffci**V. v' ,w?*Y ' mm ISM lPUlUll) I IIUU1I SOLI v H. W. LATA _ We have just received a larj All kind* that are used H. W. LA"tf ffH H. PARKER, President, v , JULIUS H. Di The Farmers' Bai DEPOSITS I ?pltnl TkOES GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. JJ lions. A Savings Department has been ward*. Interest at 4 per cent, payable quarter Increase rapidly. DENTAL NOTICE Or. S. 6. Thomson, f OFFICE UP-iJTAIRS ON AloILWAIN Corner, Abbeville. 8. C. See <>ur rice, 20 pounds to tbe $1. Abbevllle Supply Co, V * ' r i . , -/? -v * i . ' .. > - - ; ' . 7 : ' : ? - --..I ?&&&&?;.t of what bargains can ter Dr r attractive assortmen lice black dress for v< supply themselves 1] ASSIMERES and BLA Carpets. Such as w EAD UIT or ail OVERCOA iything* lii Clothing wi STAPLE and FANCY he to his interest to < JEDUC ate we will cl< rhat we say. at want all t g 1( that will soon e us and sa^ rs to Please, 1ifili ) BY [SON & CO. ?e stock of SCHOOL BOOKS, in the public schools. fSON & CO. A. W. SMITH, Vice President. I iPRE, Cashier. ik of Abbeville.! SOLICITED. $65,790 5,000! I Buys and sells Exchange and makes Coiec-| established. Amounts received of SI and up-: ly.-January, April. July. October. Small sav-1 [March 1, 1808,12m DENTAL NOTICE. S. F. Kill in gs worth, j No. 4 Seal Block, Abbeville, S. C. Now Is the time to buy a winter wrap cheap I at Haddons. , . * ' ^ ive Place of Busi w. us*r. UCH GOOD BARGAINS II FER GOODS to make room for SPRING and Sucli an opportunity to seceure bargains is t you want and to lT THE LO WK8T . be had, I would state that I will sell all ess Goods a* t in this line. I will also sell all BLACK ] 5i*y little money. I have a splendid line of >efore all the best bargains are taken. I 1 JVKETS. It will pay you to buy Blankets 'ET8! CARPETS! ! e have at COST. But now I come to speal y madi: i T cheaper than ever was known before., 11 make a great mistake not to see the barg DRY GOODS at greatly reduced prices. I lo business with me. t i JTION?CLO' \ O XI X3 Dse out the remainder of ou: "We are not going out of bui he space in our store rooi thing, Grei begin to come in. When we re money. t If you want to Buy, }| 5 or Rent a House see S I B. K. Bfiaita. I V * V W VAAWAAAI K * 9 P. B. Speed, With a full and select line of Drugs, Chemicals, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty and Specialties, i _ Is in the market to down competition." Call on him before: | making any purchases. I am Bound to Please. i mess Ncn leni 7 ALL LINE! SUMMER GOODS, for rarely offered. On] POSSIBLI t Prim DRESS GOODS in the ' all wool BLACK SEE vill also sell at COST on these terms even i Don't forget the C t of the greatest barg OLOT 4 ~W _ /?? 9 i am onermg my eiitj rains I am offering in shall spare no pains L. TK THINi : iv r CLOTHING siness, or any n. for the im: its F say Cost, Cost ROCKY RIVER'S REVERBERATIONS. Sudden Dontb of a Good Sinn?Fanny niNtake ? Mnkinif Merry over a Turkey Gobbler's Fnnernl ? ItemovHt. Lowndeevllle, S. C., .Tao.28,180-5. Last Sunday and Mouday, qulie a number or our people went to Auuevine 10 attend i Court. Monday eveulng Rev, E. W. Mason was called to Cooks, to assist Rev. J. B. Holly in a j meeting which he was carryiog on at that: place. Mr. Stewart, a "klght of the grip," had a: light stroke ol paralysis in West End, and at! once made for his home. Mr. M. P. DeBruhl, of the Abbevlll6 Bar, was here Wednesday on business. On Wednesday, the creditors of the E. R. Hortou Go's store met here, and after an examination of the stock and affairs ot the I.>UUJ pauy, uiiureu luo eunrc oiutn uuu nnauia [ lor S'2,500, and Mr. Horlon bought it, and will j soon opon up again. Thursday night Mr. J. J. Soott had a stroke j of paralysis, which has since con lined him lo. his house. At this writing, be is belter. Mr. W. L. Kennedy left here the tlrstof last week, and went to Williston, Md., where he and Miss Agnes Cooper were united in marriage on Tuesday. The bridal couple reached here Thursday night. Mr. W. J. Jennings, of Modoc, had charge of our depot last week, during Mr. \V. H. Shanktin's absence at Court. Mr. J. J. Johnson, having resigned his position in Greenville, has returned home. lu last week's fret's and Banner, in a notice in regard to the firm ol' Messrs. Sherrard & LeRoy, is a considerable typographical error. It says "the carpenter shop o?-Sherrard ,t LeRoy has been dissolved," &c. Well, now. the nearest approach to a "carpenter shop" that their place of business has been for a lew days prior to Mr. LeRoy's departure on his annual trip to the mountains, he would make sutue boxes tberln to carry some or the arli-, cles that he and family would need on the trif/. Mr. J. M. Huckabee ha.s an almanac which probably antedates anything in that line In | the State. It was printed lor 1S09. and contains many itemu of interest concerning our | own County and State, and 110 doubt much j that it contains, would be Information to many of our people. A short time ago, a thief or thieves, forcibly entered Mr. Kelser'F store at Calhoun Falls, one rainy night, during his absence in Georgia, and leisurely, as everything Indicated, 4 / w is the H73E2 S ARE TO E the next SIXTY DA^ ly a call is necessary S PRICE.' same way. Now tl IGES and HENRIETT all BLACK and COLO f you should not nee< arpets. A very (let ains yet. I refer to HIN< ire Stock of CLOTHIIN this line. to please, and am sui r. W] % Gr AT AT COST. thing of that mense stock amis ; is the Price t be] | proceeded to help themselves; builta tlreand had a supper of oysters, crackers. <fcc., and be Tore leaving, swapped their old clothes, which they had partly burned, for new ones. Mr. J. B. LeKoy left on Tuesday, for about three week's abRence, in visiting the family ol his son-in-law, Mr. R. H. Smith, in the mountains. Mr. S. W. Johuson, of Latimer, killed a wild inrkev cobbler last Saturday, a. week auo. which weighed twenty odd pounds, and the next day he had a big turkey dinner. Mrs. Tom Hill, of Anderson, spent several days last week with her mother, Mrs. J. M Latimer. Rev. R. P. Franks died quite suddenly Friday nightabout 9o'clock. He was In bis usual health when he retired, and in a few moments had passed away. On Sunday at 11.30 a. m., bis remains were carried to Smyra church, where in the presence of a large congregation, the pastor, Rev. E. \V. Mason, In a few appropriate remarks, paid a sad tribute to his memory; thence they were taken t> Smyrna cemetery and dsposited in their last resting place. This venerable, widely known anu greatly esteemed and honored servant ol God, will be greatly missed. His presence in every community, and whereever he has been, has proven a benediction. A good man is no more "Servantof Uod, well done! Thy glorious warfare's past: Th? hntl l*/c fnmrhf Mw? riir'P la u'on And thou art crowned at last." Troupe. FULL LENGTH WOOD. An Honest. Mnn'N the Voidest Work ol? Uod. We have measured many loads of wood, but up to this time Mr. IV. R. Ellis is tbe first man to bring wood that more than met the full requirement?eight feet. His wood Is a little over eight leet iu length. As a rule, old Held pines that are sold hero range Irom six and half to seven and a hall feet In length.; Never before have we noticed aay wood that exceeded the correct meas uremeut. If a merchant, in selling goods, gives short measurement or short weight, ho is suspected of dishonesty. If merchants are required to give full weight, we do not see why we cannot get full measure when we buy old field pines. (io to Rykard's for spectacles. ? 4 Store oi IE POUND. FS I will sell Goo&sat to convince every ? y)> - ?*'?*& s-fc. ds is certainly a great AS. The Ladies are RED SILKS, RED and i them before another sireafole Stock of both n m ' v IG at and below COST, e a call will convince LI J. It/. . v COST. ' . < y t *jn We mean kind, of hinnry hey Sell at. Mgr. I | NEEDY STUDENTS AT CLEMSON. , Owing to Clrcumatauces Student* nn Only be Partially Aided. Colombia Register. Clemeon College, Jan. 26.?For the Information of students who attended the college last HeaHiou and others who contemplate entering it this session, I am Instructed by the Board of Trustees to make public the following resolution. "Whereas, the privilege tax on fertilizers, from which the college derives half Its income. Judging from present indications and receipts to date, will i>ot yield more than half the money hitherto received from it; and j "Whereas, the equipment of the mecbani: nn 1 nnH nthor - ??- ? * ,v?. uv|nii IWCUUI, n UUIC S|)|MIHlUa was destroyed by fire, requires a large expenditure of money in order that we may teach ! with any degree of satisfaction; and [ "Whereas, after a most searching and care, ful study of the various departments of the I institution, and such reduction of salaries as was thought possible, we have after paying i our debts appropriated our probable income I in the manner which suggested Itself as best i to the board, considering the future as well as ! the present, and find there will be nothing J left to pay students; therefore I "Be it resolved, That the president make public the fact that in all probability the col| lege will not be able, except toa very limited I degree, to assist needy students as we have I hitherto done. This information Is based on an estimate of Hie privilege tax netting us $21,000, after paying expenses of inspection. and any surplus above that amount will be appropriated to student labor." I The cost of board has been reduced from 87 to SG a month and student* will be required to . purchase only fatigue uniform,cost 810.50, in| stead of fatigue and dress uniform, cost 828.40, | as hertolore?In all a reduction of $27.90. | No student should come to Clemson who has not in hand Sis for the first quarter's board 1 and lees, $10 *>9 for fatigue uniform, and about i $5 lor books?in all $33.50 , While it is true that the board has set aside i no funds for the payment of student labor, j president will furnish to needy, industrious j students, whenever possible, labor for which they will be paid according to the market i value, lu other words, whenever the students I cau do work about the college they will be ! given the preference. E. B. Craighead, President. If you have dress goods, flannels or cloak | materials to buy, call at Haddont.