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HIS STOCK OF DRY GOODS GENERALLY IS UNUSUALLY L
BUT HIS
Dress Goods Departme
r.iiioi. omi mnro ovtonoiiro than Bvpr hpfore. The ladies of the County are m
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dially invited to examine this pare of our business. We Lave a great mauy n
in SILKS and WORSTED FABRICS. Our stock of
. . BLACK GOODS . .
was never better and we are offering them at prices cheaper than ever, although
has been a considerable advance in this class of goods.
We ask for a call. We are satisfied w
and the public generally that we were neve
Come and see.
T)Tn A A TTVTM
_JiL. SHOES 1;
[email protected] & ffislgStfts !
THE :-: EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE.
I
They handle nothing but SHOES and can give you prices that no one else *
can touch. Try a pair of Ladie's Heavy Soled Winter Shoes for $1.25. They ai
cost you $1.50 any where else and a whole stock bargain for $1.25 that cost you
$1.50. A big line of men and women's Shoes at $1.00 and they cant be beat.
Ladie's, Gents', Misses, Boys, and Infants Fine Shoes. 1
Buy a pair of Drew, Selby & Co.'s FineShoes. They have no superiors in w
style, comfort and durability. .Tas. Banister's Gents' Fine Shoes in black, tan, re
enamel and patent leathers. The best shoe on the market.
Yours for Shoes,
Cobb Ac McDayid,
EXCLUSIVE SHOE DEALERS. 1
C. 1. MA.NLJSA (JJXD
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.... WILL BE KNOWN AS THE ....
^ general r e fa irman ^
from now on. BICYCLES, MACHINERY, TIN VESSELS
and most any kind of repairing can be made at my shop. I have
a first class workman aud can make any part of a Bicycle.
?Water Worlds?3
tci
gi
I am now fully prepared to do your work and it will pay you to see
me. HOT and COLD WATER put anywhere in your house.
Yours to please, \
C. P. Hammond.
ei
WM. H. PARKER, President. A. W. SMITH, Yice President tt
JULIUS H. DuPRE, Cashier. v
The Farmers' Bank of Abbeville. ?
DEPOSITS SOLICITED.
4 ??E?I <*? - - - $75,000 1
Profttn .... 6,500
DOES GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Buys and sells Exchange and makes ColeoHons.
A Savings Department has been established. Amounts received of 81 and upwards.
Interest at 4 per cent, payable quarterly.?January. April. July. October. Small sav
Increase rapidly. Directors?W. H. Parker, A. W. Smltb. W. C. McGowan, J. R. Blake, H. P
McGee, P. B. Speed, R. M. Uaddon, Dr. F. E. Harrison, G. A. VUanskl.
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? Proprietor. Manager. J' ;
j TBI MILE LIBER I j
J We are prepared to fill all orders for Dressed and ^
i Rough Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Frames, Shingles, J!
5 Brick, Lime, Cement. In short anything needed in the y
i construction of a House. f E
res Filled to 0
of the Larges
eral
rER SEE
arge | Examine Our
I Outings, Pr:
|1 i Tailor-M
? | We have some good 1
in Bleached and Unbleac
yard. In the line of
09t cor- . . . Si
ovelties we caunot be excelled.
Table Lii
Look at our stock of
h there
Tbere are some beaul
re can please any one
r in a better position
Sfudy to be kind. Not much danger
f carrying it too far if you are guided
y good common sense. However
ind and thoughtful you may be, the
ay may possibly come when you will
rish that you had been kinder still,
loughtful kindness to the living is
etter thau tears for the dead.
Water Works.
TAVE your work done by a man that
knows his bnsineRR and save money
ud health. C. B. VERONEE.
Practical and Licensed Plumber.
Abbeville, S. Jun. 12.1897.
Surveying and Platting.
AND and Town Lots. A lso Terracing, Levfling
and Grading. Aocurate worn done
here local attraction makes a Compass un(liable.
T. C. ANDEIWON.
Ninety Six, S. C.
March 10,1897.-I2m
VALTER L. MILLER,
Attorney at Law.
Abbeville, S. C.
I also represent a number of Investment
ompanlea. Loans made on Abbeville or
reenwood City real estate.
OFFICE on Law Kange.
OUR DEAD. 1
PHE NATURAL PROMPTINGS OP THE
L bumno heart goes out in tenderness for
iedead.and we show respect for ourselves by
[ving u decent burial to our friends as they
3 out from amongst us.
J. V. SIGN, UNDERTAKER,
as two FINE HEARSES, one for the white
eople.and one for the colored people. He
mbaimes bodies, and keeps on hand
ALL LINDS OF COFFINS,
om the cheapest to the finest.
He takes orders for all kinds of MONU1ENTS
and HEADSTONES.
When the services of an Undertaker Is
eeded, or monuments are wanted, call on
J. W. SIGN,
elephone No. 40, Shop. Resldenc, No. 55.
uly 15.1890, tf
Irs. Taggartj
HAS MOVED
nil for the future can be found In the rooms
above Uarksdule's Store.
Mew Goods j
Are beguiling to arrive and she is
ready to serve the public with the
I ATCOT Ikl K/tll I IKICDV
LMILOI I IN lYI I LLIIi L-rx I I
and glvo
,
test Styles in Dress-Making.
I'l'ry those tlno Silver Hack Mackerel Just
scelved at A. M. Hill ?? Sons. I
> M
>verflowing wii
it and Most Ati
0 M
t
isi" iisr .AlB
Stock of?V*
ints, Percales, Sati:
ade Suitings and C
jargains in full width Bleached and Unl
hed yard wide Sheetiugs. Bed Tickii
ankets and Flannel
We have a very choice assortment of
lens, Towels and T(
P!ar?no+e cmrl T? na?e
V/IAi. J^/UUU UlJ-tVI. *V
iies among them.
5 wishing to buy good!
to please them than i
Tw f< Thlu Wooll.
Let no day pass without personal
communion with God.
Begin each day hy taking counsel!
from the word of God, if hut one verse J
while you are dressing.
Put away all bitter feeling", and;
brooding over slights or wrongs, noj
matter from whom received.
Have on your heart some person or,
cause for which you are pleading God's j
blessings each day.
Let no opportunity pass without j
owning your Saviour before others, and
modestly urging all to accept hisser-l
vice.
Let no opportunity pass to say a
kind word to, do some kind deed, or at |
least smile upon those you meet. Do
this notafFectedly,butsincerely,:as unto
the Lord.
Guard well the door of your lips that
no unchaste word, jest or story, no,
slander or cuttiug remark, noirrever-j
entnr 11 n I rn I h fill itatament shall nass '
out.
Remember each that Christ will
9urely come, suddenly come, quickly!
come ; and it may be this day will
determine how his coming will find us, j
as it must to thousands.?Out Hope.
Lord I know not what I ought to;
ask of thee; thou lovestme better thuu |
I can love my self. 0 my father, give I
to thy child that which he knows not
how lo ask. I dare not uray either for i
crosses or consolations, see and do ac-!
cording to thy tender mercy.
Every day do some kind, helpful j
act. If you watch for opportunities,!
you will find them?at home, at j
school, when you are playing?and a
kind act every day will soon form in i
you a habit of kindness. Live every i
day as if in your Heavenly Father's!
sight and gain his approval.
MeD not only want to livo rich, but to tile
ricli; the best, eastern and safest ws.y to do
both is to take a life policy at onco In tbe
Travelers, with Aiken & Ellis.
Ladles nre Invited to samole our Prepared
Pickling Vinegar. Pickles in same on exhibition.
Ask for Pickling Vinegar, found
only a t A. M. Hill & Sons.
Bruoe's rcsturant la up to date wllh some
thing good to eat.
I
DENTAL NOTICE.
S. F. Killings worth,
No. 4 Seal Block, Abbeville, 3. C. j
Aiken Ellis
REPRESENT
The Travelers9
Tiii A
Insurance Co
OF HAim-'ORD, CONN. I
One of the Oldest and Best in"
the World.
a1u" ?i 11
THE LIVERPOOL & ,
LONDON & GLOBE !
THE LANCASHIRE j!
ok ES(jijam) | <
THE QUEEN, j
THE HOME
Ok New York.
ffc Write First-Class (oinitr)
Risks.
Okkick :
UpstulrH, next to Hotel. Tboue'J7 '
I;h New Goods
tractive Stocks
lercha]
IBEVIIjIJE
III
lies, Ducks, Ullfa
Iheviots. ||
l)leached Sheetings and
:igs from 5 to 20 cents a
S . . we are rigl
Any one i
jweling.
will find w
have the l
to be foun<
5. We are thankful
it present. Good goc
ffillATI NOTICE.
uiu urn tiiiuai/us ui -LbogiimabiviJi .are
'Void? Everybody Must !
Register, J
i
The Books of Registration will be Opened i
-1
on the First Monday in December next ;
and kept Open for Three Successive 1
Days for the Registration of Voters i
Entitled to Registration unter the Con- |
stitution-For the Information of the '
Feople Attention is Called to the Fol- j
foling Provisions of the New Law, Ap- |
proved the Fifth Day of March, 1896. 11
The books of registration shall :?
be opened by the Boards on the first {
Monday in April, 1S96, at the Court IIouso in i
each County, and kept open fur at. least six '
consecutive weeks. They shall bo opened (
again at the Court House on the tirst .Mondays
In June, July, August and September, A. L)., ;<
-"? l-~?> <?inllnirallv f.ir !l?. U.fll.1 I
one week In each of said months. They shall
be closed thirty days before the general elec- i
tlon in 1S9IJ. After general election in ISPG, the
Hooks of Registration shall be opened on the
first Monday of each month at the Court
House and kept open for three successive days
In each month until thirty days before the
election In 1890, when they shall be closed until
the said general election shall have taken
place. The oflices and books must be kept
open from 9 o'clock In the forenoou until3
o'clock In the afternoon. t
The Board ol Registration is the Judge of
the qualifications of all applicants for registration
up to January 1st, 1S9S Up to Janu
ary 1st, 1S9S. every male citizen of this .State
and of ttie United States, 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 contlned In any public prison, and
who has not been convicted of burglary, ar-:
son, obtaining goods or money under false I
pretenses, perjury, forgery, robbery, bribery, j
adultery, wife beating, housebreaking, recciv-!
ing stoien goods, breach of trust with fraudu- i
lent, Intent, sornicatlon, sodomy, incest., as-j
sault with intent to ravish, miscegeuation,
larceny, or crimes against the election laws,
and who shall have been a resident in this I
State two years, (except ministers In charge
yf organized churches and teacners of public j
schools, and they after six months residence j
in the State,) a resident In the County lor six ;
months, and in the polling precinct four;
months, and who can read any Section In the !
(JOllRlllUllon ol joutf, or cuu uliui-ikiuiju uiiu |
explain any section of said Constitution j
when read to him by the registration olHcer J
or olflcers shall be entitled to registration and
become a elector upon application tor such
registration. If any person has been convict-!
ed of any pf the crimes above-ment ioned, a j
pardon of the Governor removes the dtuqual-!
Ill cation.
In case any minor who will become twenty-1
one years of age after the closing of the Hooks |
of Hegistratratlon and beforo the electlou,
and is otherwise qualified to register, makes I
application underoath showing he is (juall-1
tied to register, the Boards slmll register such I
applicant before the closing of the books.
Any person whose qualifications as an elec-1
tor will be completed after the closing of the!
Registration Iiooks but before the next elec-1
tion, shall have the right to apply for and se-1
cure a registration certiiicate at any time
Within sixty days immediately preceding the ;
closing of the Registration Hooks, upon an 1
application under oath to the facts entitling1
him to such registration.
The registration ol voters must be by poll-.
log precincts. There must be a Hook of Reg-1
istration for each polling precinct, that is for i
eaeh township, or parish, or city, or I won ol j
less than five thousand Ihhabitants, or ward
nf cities of more than live thousand inhabi-j
lants. Kach elector must vote in iiie polling
precinct in which he resides. If there is more
than one voting place in the polling precinct, 1
the elector may vote at any voting place des-!
Ignated on the registration certificate. The
Hoards must, designate in the regis!ration j
certificate the voting place in the polling pre- :
Mncfcat which the elector is to vote. If there
o ?.?Aro fK.,n Mtw. I'Miititf i?hsi*n in Hsn nnllinif!
firecincts, the Hoards shall di'siuuatu on the!
sertitlcate the voting placo selected by the:
3loctor.
Old cert I (leal os of registration are void. Kv*
jry 111:111 who may desire to exercise the right j
Lo vote must apply for Registration.
J. 1>. CAKWILE,
S. S. HOLES,
\V. A. LANI1CIt.
Hoard of Supervisors of llegistration.
Use Hromo Quinine and.break up that cold |
n one night. Kor Hale by 1*. H. Speed.
and is Prepai
of . . .
idises?
;! . . . ?.
if'fflats CM
I State* fata
?1
lit up to date. We are prepared to pi
n search of an
?Overc
re have exactly the thing he wants,
lewest and most desirable line of
.. . Scarfs, Ties s
1 anywhere. We have the goods an
for past patronage a
)ds at low prices will
. WH
To the Public.
I take this opportunity of calling the at
lentlon of the public of Abbeville and snr ounding
counties to the opening ol the Co*
jen Dry Goods Carupany. where they will
Ind the most complete and up lo date stock
>1 Dry Goods, notions, Domestics, Shoes, etc.,
n fact everything needed for hnman wear,
ind at prices unequalled south of New York
[ will continue at my old stand to supply the
?enerous public with the usual high stand?rd
of clothing. Men's Shoes and Gent's,
'urnlshinjjs as hold by me in thf past. Thankng
my friends and patrons for past liberal
patronage, and requesting a share for the
new Dry Grods Company and assuring them
'That no matter what price is quoted we will
ilways be lower."
Very Respectfully,
A. Cohen*.
T. Lorttm Robertson.
| T. Lorton Eo
H AVING BOUGHT THE S
i belonging to J. C. Corley, are no\
J Groceries and
| @ At the Lev
^ They will be glad to see thei
p Corley on Washington Street, v
r body good bargains. lies
I T. Lorton Rol
T HAVE (lOMPLT
|| 0-['0B
I] -sssFall :
(>j] and I am now ieady for business.
?C1 and attentive salesmen we are an
^ 1 you. Though not a (.'ash Cotton
C) I highest notch for cotton in which
/J utmost point to handle all of this
look around you will be co ivince
^ [ iug and suitable for each and for J
OUTINGS, CALICOS, S'
6 AND GENERA
will compare favorably with any In the
p> I low priced
U VCLOT
wbicli I carry in stock, but for MEDIIT
beautiful line of samples from one of tti
(rVi country. Fabrics of ttie newest desigus
j Isfaitlon guaranteed or no sale. Prices
f; SHOES, II.V
f,< I will ei ve way to uo man. I carry a go<
Cf agaiu.st the world. I always pay the vei
| GROG]
of all kinds and during the Hf-asin will I
tloneries, Crackers, Canned Goods, Let
\ j line with me Is Kleld Seeds. I liave on
G? Hurley, Itye, Winter (iray Oats, I tod an
3) Seed Wheat at the proper time. Any kl
clallj . 1 have a good line of SHOT GIT]
^ guns are much h ijrlier this Fall my prir<
C"C I appreciate past patronage and will
\[ if fair dealing and polite attention will t
? dor the hotel to stay.
1
?
red to Exhibit
4
. ifn
liMil iiift
lease
every body that will give us a call.
oat v
To the young men we would say we
md Bows . ..
d will take pltaejire in s owing tnem
nd assure our friends
catch the trade.
IITE.
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READ AND OBSERVE!
u.Jts.&tcuw?\, <
i
Art Tailor, Cutter, Fitter, Etc.,
OF <11 YEARS PRACTICE AND LARGE
experience in the various styles of Amerj
lean, French and English costumes. Clothes
i renovated In silks, wooleDS. etc. Dyer and
! Dresses. E^~Iuquire at E. F. Gllliard's
Tailor Shop. July 11,1897.
RIOH.A liD GANTT. Is now prepared to do
all ivork In his department in the best
J manner and at reasonable charges. Monthly
customers shavlnp, hair cutting and shampooing
SI per month, Rasors honed and pnt
I n the best condition for 25 cents each.
%% % v?
Frank P. Robertson. V
bertson & Co., j
*
TOCK OF GOODS KEUBJNTIj* i
v offering a Dice assortment of d
Confectioneries <
vest Prices. ? S
r friends at the old stand of J. C. ^
/here they propose to ofl'er every- 2
pectfully, #
bertson & Co. |
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5TED MY STOCK ?
THE?o IjX
Trade&r 1
With a full corps of active, polite
xious to have you call and to serve fry
Bayer I am always right up to the
i there is trade and will strain the ^
kind. If you will come in and {\
d that T have something interestill.
My stock of /
rAPLE DRESS GOODS, |
L DRY GOODS
city. I have glveu special attention to /
HIMGr^ 1
M and HIGH PRICED stuff I carry a
o best tailoring establishments in the
. aiyies auMoiuieiy ctiiTuui* rnauu out,- /
right. When it comes to A
rjs iriid CAPS 15
wz)
id line of lliose and will quote prices
y best atteutlon to T7
E3]FLIES If
mve a nice assortment ol Fresh Con fee- S-?
nons, Potatoes, Onions, &c. A special iA)
liaml a big stocK of the best varieties of / A
il Crimson Clover and Lucerne. Also 2 M
nd of field or gra?s seed ordered spe- (P
S'S bought lute last season, and though
;s are unchanged. h-*
Iry lo merit a larger share in the future Zfy
nerit reward. I am ou the corner un- /
iios B. 3Lorse. \
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