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The Press and Banner
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ear in advance.
Wednesday, Oct. 30, 1901.
. R. F. Ml an ten.
To the Press and Banner ban been awarded
the contract for five years for printing tbe
Associate Reformed minutes. Having quantities
of type and a large corps of good printera
tbls office can do an indefinite amount ol
work, and the man who undertakes work at
a less price than we can do it for, will have no
trouble in disposing of bis profits. We have
our work so systematized tbat we can tell to a
fraction the con of tbe (argent or tbe smallest
lob before it Is done. There Is no guewswork
with us. We make a little on everything
j that we do, but make the margin# very close. I
The slayer of the President was to ae execut
ed yesterday morning and we presume that
he suffered the penalty of his crime.
Clrrtin Com in sr.
The Westminster Md.. American Sentlnal
of recent date hps the following to say of the
original-Walter L Main and New Big FashIon
Plate RallrO'd Shows, which will give
two p??rrormenct!8 at Abbeville, Wednesday,
Nov. ?:b.
Main's Palace Fashion Plate t'lrcus and
Menngarle arrived In this city Friday morning
and after displaying a portion of their
show, in parade, through the principal streets,
gave two magnificent performances, (nfternoon
and night) to very Urge audiences.
The hordes, animals and paraphernalia were
line and everything was up to what they advertised
The attaches were gentlemen and
very polite ?nd we hear of no complulnts
against them.
To Patron* ami Tenchor*.
The time for exchanging old school hook
for those adopted by the Mate Board for the
next five years cl"*es r>n November 15th. Wt
have books Id the omce nna ai capi. j.m
Edward", also The Speed Drug (to., and I)r.
Mllford. The books will be exchanged and
and sold at the Mst price. Alter November
15th old books will not be taken In exchange.
J. S. Gibert,
Oct. S, 1901. Co. Supt. of Ed.
l*rof<-?MloiiRl Notice.
I expect to spend several weeks in New
York for the purpose of taking a special
coarse In Surgery, and Diseases of Women
and Children.
Persons having business with me will
please call at the Speed Drug Company.
F. E. Harrison, M. D.
Dr. Gambrell rides in one of the finest new
buggies In town. It was bought from J. S.
Starke & Co.
It is to be hoped that the Sunday School
may have an opportunity to see the Street
parade next Wednesday.
Beys an!ts and shoes. We are offering
special bargain" lu this line and we want
your trade. Very Kesppctluiiy,
P Rosenberg & Co.
For hale?The Martin's Mill water power.
Apply 10 Mrs. I. H. Stelts, Abbeville. S. u. 1
Call on W. Joel Smith & Son for fresh moan- ,
tain buck wheat flower.
Call and see our large l'ne of clothing, *hoes
and hats. P. Rosenberg <fe Co.
If you want a nice comb and bruHh go to
Milford's drug store. He always keeps then' ;
on band.
For the man behind the pocket book Hall <
A Anderson's overcoat prices are very pleas 1
lng.
Cure tbnt cold with Milford's Cold nndG^lp ]
Tablets. Nocure.no pay, Phone 107. Mllford's
drug store.
COTTON MARKET.
Reported by W. D. Barksdale, Buyer of all
Kinds of Country Produce and Dealer In
Farmers Supplies. I
Number of bales received since last Tuesday
800.
Price ranging from 7 1 4 to 7 5-8 cents.
Market closing at 7%cents. ,
Cotton seed 21 cents ppr bushel?30 pounds.
Estimated loads of hay 20.
Price ranging from 40 to 5# cents per hundred
pouDds.
Remarks: Cotton dull and lower.
Cotton seed hulls?84 00 per ton.
" meal?822:00 "
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For saddles, briddles, wagon <
and bugjfy harness, call on
W. Joel Smitli & Son.
DmvIUmoii Collrge Not en.
Davidson opened September 5th with t>
large attendance and under favorable aus
pices for a prosperous year. There are about
forty 8tudeuts tn the Collrge now from Soutl
Carolina. Abbeville bag lour representutlvec
here now?Wilbur J. Blake. Willie B. Martin,
Joel 8. Morse and L. W. White, Jr.
Daring the past summer the old chapel was
torn down and work was begun on a new
OUliaiDg WUICll Will Uo up'liruavc >u o.e.j -v
tall. This Is belnK erected l>y Dr. J. B. Shearer,
the former president, and Is to be called
the Shearer Biblical Hall. It will consist of t
large auditorium, recitation rooms, a rending
room and several offices. Tbe ball will be s
great addition to tbe campus and will snpplj
a need wblcb has been felt for many yearn.
Tbe Synod of North Carolina met in Char
lotte from the 22d lo the 2(iib, and on Tnurs
day, the 24th, they came in a body to David
son on a lour of Inspection. The students 01
the Presbyterian College for Women in Charlotte
also came with them and spent a few
hours on Davidson's campus, much to the delight
of all tbe boys.
Daring the afternoon they were entertained
by a game of foot ball between the first and
second elevens. This game was very Interesting,
even more so tban bad been expected.
At5 p. m. tbe visitors left on a special train
for Charlotte. All seemed to have eDjoytd
tbe afternoon very mucb.
Oar foot ball team has already won two Victor
ton Th? flrnt. of these was with Guilfor"
College, tbe necontt with I he North Carol ina
Military Academy. On Saturday, Octobe'
26tb, we play the University of Nortb Carolina
In Charlotte. During the .State Fair al
Columbia we shall play South Carolina College.
and later lu tbe season we shall till dates
with the University of Georgia and tbe Ueor
gia School of Technology.
Tbe gymnasium here is under tbe care of a
skilled physical instructor, Mr. tirewin ol
Boston.
The prospects for a base bull team are better
this year than tbey have been for several
years. We have good material in College and
all that Is needed to make a good team Is
good training.
In tbe person of Dr. James M. Douglass, a
graduate of tbe Johns Hopkins University,
we have a valuable addition to our faculty.
He will have charge of the departments of
natural philosophy and astronomy which
were formerly conducted by Dr. Smith whose
duties as president will not permit his continuing
bis work in these branches.
Under the administration of our new president,
Dr. Henry Louis Smith, we see no reason
why the College should not have a very
successful year.
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FISH AND OYSTERS.
fill X* ?!_T, ? ? 3
xne season iui usu am. ureters
is now on hand. We can
always fill your orders
promptly and guarantee
them to be fresh or your money
refunded. Thomson Bros.
Phone 99.
Barkftilnle'H Locals.
Fertallzers for grain?all kinds.
New crop New Orleans molasses. C. O.
pecan and O. K. syrup tbe best.
Also maple syrup all sizes, Cuba molasses.
To; 8, dollB, etc. Tablets tbe biggest for 5c
lo town.
A bargain suit of clothes, 14 to 19 years old
at 32.25. See it. muoi nwunuouun.
Oct. 29,1901.
m
Clothing, we are without a
doubt the largest clothing
dealers in this section and we
want you to see our stock.
P. Rosenberg & Co..
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W ednesday
THE OR
WALTER
ALL NEW BIG FASH
DOUBLED CIRCUSES, MENAC
SUPERB SPE
The Grandest, the Most Coi
' r^'v??4- /n 1 Omr<H)l7ni
CIII 1 UlllU^I
on the ]
A Strictly 31 oral Exhibition, Ii
1,000 Men, "Woni
;{()() Aren
(JO Meritorious Acts.
$ PERFQRMINGDN ft TIGHT ROpTa ti
Two Herds of Perfo
rHE LARGEST TRAVELING Ml
4 BABY 1 B\ BY BAR
LIONS. J- ELEPHANT. A EMU
OUR ANIMAL INF
Martel Family, Fancy Bicyclists. 8 Gs
Big G3-Horsfc Act, A Wonderful
5 Brazilian Nondescripts, Hat Manipula
3 Brothers Petitt, 4 Silvinis, 3 Bart
Mons, Tassier, Wm. Connors, Busch. M
tnd Craig, Snakerina, R. H. Docknll,
Reed, Lizzie Petitt, Fales and Hart, La
MOORE & GILMOJ
Of Daring Airelist*, i
Big New Idea Fr
The longest, most complete and ne\s
ihe show grounds at 10 o'clock a. m.
Two Performances I)
Waterproof Cauvas9. Doors open a
oaences 1 hour later.
ADMISSION -
Children 4 and over ar
Tickets at C. A. Milford-g 1
One Ticket passes the holder all tli
irorue, 3-Ring Circus and Rough Rider
R. M. HADE
Store is full of Nf
to call and see the
Dress Goods, Fren<
Late Weaves i
Black D
New Arrivals in M
A new supply of DRESS T
Shoes for Ladies i
and Children. SE
R. M. He
Neck ties. The largest line
in Abbeville and we are selling
a 50c. tie for 38c. and 25c
tie for 18c.
P. Rosenberg & Co.
3?
Is now
All are :
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HON PLATE SHOW!
SERIES, HIPPODROMES AN
CTATCULAR.
nplete, and the Most Morttion
Ever Launched
Public.
nriorsert by Press and Clergy
ien and Horses.
ic Stars.
5,000 Surprises.
1
ruling Elephant*.
JNAGERIE on the UNIVERSI
Y | B\RY fc> BABY
A KANGAROO. * MONKEYS,
AST 91 (JUSERY.
irsennetin. Premier Acrobars.
Sight. Lenlinni, 3-Legged Boy.
tors. Rough Riders, Oth U.S.Cavali
lells, Dan O'Brien, Judge Brother
:ie Davenport, Sig. Mooney, Loran
Nellie Ryland, Cecil Lowanda, Frai
Petit Trio, John Daly.
HE'S QUARTETTE
ind a Host Others.
ee Street Parade
est ever seen in your city, will lea1
aily, Rain or Shine.
t 1 and 6:30 p. m. Performance cor
- 50 CENTS.
id under 12, 25 cents.
)rug Store on Show Day.
e way through the Menagerie, Hipp
Exhibition.
ION & CO.'S
jw Goods. We invite the Ladi
)se beautiful importations in
3h Flannels,
n Fine
ress Goods.
illinery this wee]
RIMMINGS just received.
? new lot of QUEEN QUALM
[OES in this week.
iddon & Co.
Morwt'N LocnlN.
I have just, received a bbl. of very fine g
ulne *'Poarl " onion nets which must be?
Hi.ouce. ills lime mey were piameu?pr
15c. ? qt. 2 qts. for 25c.
It you warn good or cheap shoes It
through my stock.
I have an elegant line of hats and caps.
Shot Guns this week for everybody and
all sorts of prices. Amos B. MorBi
LT^
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on exhi
invited 1
at
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The following is the A
of School Fund c<
tional 3 mill Tax, I
sary Fund for Schc
i _ - jel
I sc-o j
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? 1-03
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Name of District. 5 i * e5 J? 1
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Lowndesvllle, No. 1 1 G9 $ 18 80 <
HldKC 2 86 J7 20
Lowndesvllle, No. 2 8 >245 49 00
Lowndesvllle. No. 8 4 I 71 14 20
Lowndesvllle, No. 4 5 I 78 15 60
- = <! 1 u/i in no
t LiOWDCienvine, no. ^ "
J Maenolla, No.1 < | f JO
11 Magnolia, No. 2 2 ! <i?i 11 Sn
" Magnolia. No. 3 ? *o ?20
DMt.Carmel 1? q? an
New WIlllDKtOD < : "2 34 40
Bordeaux 2 | 221 44 20
McCormlck J-j , 870 74 00
Bordeaux. No. 2 ]4 ; .'? 35
_ Bellevlew j > ; 1$ ^6 ou
Long Cane ? j ?? g .
Calhoun, No. 1 la 21 is HO
Betblnh g ; .2* i? fKV
CalhouD, No.2 ? j'? *4 00
Sharon ? '(*
DplhPi 21 245 40 00
Abbeville . .. 22 910 1x8 SO
WarrentoD .. ? m 20 00
warreDtoD M ^ 2()
Pine Grove 25 188 27 60
\ nlrnvlllp 27 244 48 60
Union ... 2S 110 22 00
sunnv Slooe 29 ?? <'? CO
Cohl Snrlnes !! 30 140 28(10
Lone Cane :il 188 39 ?0
- Hmifbvme V 82 2:18 | 4(i ?0
Promise Land. \? \ 24 ?
Central ?4 12J ' ;* S
Hajiang 85 ifi ; 15 20
Park's Creek 30 j In 00
ICeowpe 37 201 ; 40 20
Due WeKt '.'.i;! 38 300 78 00
uonaMs i81 M *?
Plnevillc 40 1T?9 i 31 SO
veDrm.iiioD::::.::::: ? ? i jjj?
Graves *- ,'2 i 1?.
Oak Grove 48 147 29 4
Broad Mouth 44 8o [ 17 no
Hooea Path 45 97 . 19 40
K.uv 4C 45 9 <10
Winona 47 <4 14 80
Young 48 75 15 00
u,.|) <9 i '>1 12 ;o
Old wiViingion 50 . 198 3!) 60
Omega 51 J .
Total..... | '8448 "31680 GO 11
J. S. GK
Co.
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Cotton St
JJ I ^ Seed Oats
j T Hulls am
I I part of
Home Pu
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" Tin H Com. ,
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" I CUSTO,
u \|> While in New York we
$ ... date 1
I m STATU
?" y/ Ever seen in the upper part of the
_ m of School Supplies. Call, it will!
? our immense stock. Yo
f C. A. MI
JP Phono 107.
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF ABBEVILLE.
I'HOIJATE COURT.
W. L. Miller, Administrator, etc., PlalDtifT,
against Cornelius Stark and others. De
kfendant.
T
An virtue of an order from the
Court of Probate for Abbeville County, I will
sell at Public Outcry at Abbeville Court
House, on Saleday In NOVEMBER next, for'
,v the payment of debts, the following descrlbX
ed real estate belonging to the estate of Robert
Alexander Stark, deceased, situate Id said
.State and County, to wit: All that tract of
parcel of land near Mt. Camel, containing
One Hundred and Twenty-Five
? , (125) Acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of T. G.
e[>" Baker, J. T. Lawton. Farmers' Bank of Abbe"ce
ville and P. L. McElrey.
TERMS?Cash. Purchaser to pay for papers.
'ok R. E. HILL,
Judge Probate Court.
at Oct. It, 1901.
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roll
bition ai
;o come a
; the Lo"r
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nnual Apportionment
Dmposed of Constitu?oll
Tax and DispenJastic
Year 1901-2.
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176 30 193 50 39 70 1 233 20
502 25 551 25 48 07 1 599 82
145 55 159 75 30 27 129 48
159 90 175 50 30 S5 205 85
164 00 180 00 40 15 220 15
270 60 297 00 90 90 387 90
338 25 371 25 49 57 420 82
478 55 519 75 ? 52 510 23 .
902 00 990 00 165 04 824 96
352 60 387 00 51 21 835 79
453 05 497 25 102 05 59<J 30
758 50 832 50 26 68 859 18
358 75 893 75 17 00 410 75
260 50 292 50 112 19 1W) 31
174 25 191 25 3 61 194 89
274 70 801 50 7 79 309 29
192 70 211 50 34 45 177 05
348 50 382 50 25 38 357 52
358 75 393 75 14 11 407 66
602 25 551 25 16 40 567 65
1883 95 2067 75 81 38 2149 13
205 00 225 00 5 25 240 25
299 30 328 50 26 81 354 81
282 90 810 50 37 CO 348 16
246 00 270 00 18 48 283 43
500 20 549 00 43 99 505 01
225 50 247 50 16 25 281 25
814 40 378 00 19 377 81
287 00 315 00 41 85 356 35
405 90 445 50 13 16 458 66
477 65 524 25 102 28 421 97
251 20 279 (X) 62 279 62
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155 80 171 (K) 31 16 202 16
184 50 202 50 58 50 256 00
412 05 452 25 41 38 493 63
799 50 877 50 39 41 838 09
377 20 414 00 2 00 412 00
325 95 357 75 2 50 360 25
137 35 150 75 2 00 152 75
147 60 162 00 73 162 73
301 35 830 75 15 55 346 30
174 25 191 25 28 62 219 87
198 85 218 25 20 96 239 21
92 25 101 25 1 00 102 25
151 70 166 50 11 18 155 87
153 75 168 75 22 50 191 25
125 05 137 25 20 12 157 37
405 90 445 50 32 76 478 26
194 75 218 75 213 75
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[BERT,
Supt. of Education.
: HAVE BIG LOT OF
sphate 10J. 12 1-2 and 12 per cent.
1-2 and 2 1-2, for Grain.
;ed Meal and Kainit.
j, Wheat, Barley, Rye.
:1 Meal for Cattle. Delivered any
the city. Phone or Bend orderfj.
icked Tomatoes. ^
a and Tomatoes.
and see us,
K BARKSDA.LIS.
MERS! I
bought the most up-to- w
ine of ... . 1
3NERY I
i State, as well as a complete line w '
>e a pleasure to show you through
urs to please, Aj
L, F O R D, I)
THE DKUUlilST. X
Don't l'ergot that we will continue
to be headquarters l'or
toys. Our stock is larger than
ever and more to come. So
when in need of toys come to
see us. W. Joel Smith & Son.
Dont forget our fine line of pocket books
when in the market. C. A. Mllford, tbe druggist.
| School books and supplies In any quantity
I at Mlliord's drug store.
Ice cream and cold drinks ol every kind at
Mllford's dfug store.
A jol> lot of laces going at 5
cents a yard, worth three times
the price. A few hundred yawls
all wool red twilled flannel at 15
cents, the best in town for the
money. Some splendid bargains
in white and red table damask, I
also outings, plaid and solid
worsteds.
AV. Joel Smith & Son.
rHn
STOCK OI
id sellin
I
in r\ sftA t.l
UXX Vk K/V/ W Vd
rest Price
. . ' y I.1/; 7-y;
/A
1 SHORT P:
I and Quia
OUR MC
/|ll7E HAD RATHER BELL S
yf? make $5 than to sell $100 in oi
Cfj this is the place to buy goods cheap. J
fore before your
PI riUR. SUGAR. CC
&MEAT, LARD, ETC.
h
/is WE ALSO HAVE A F
a hosiery, underwi
jpcaps, pants, jean
A 2 pair of Socks for
jL 12 Towels for
iP 2 Good Handkerchiefs f
jP Good Heavy Cotton Flam
AVE A1SE STItlCTL'
ft ! Tinware and
You will do well to call and get
fl St MORS! I co
rwi ' to ge
% COME AND SEE 1
And be convinced tl
jfK Yours to please
|H. M. Ta1
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ivhich was won in the "Biscuit Baking
Kay, of Antreville.
This is the finest stove sold in Abb?
you some good prices on them.
ABBEVILLE
Our Mr. McDill has just
Furniture
where he bought an
- Furni
We bought in CAR LOAD LOTS
all. When you need Furniture, give
WE HAVE'A COFFINS
BIG STOCK ww* * **'w
all sizes and prices and gb
to each and all. Y
McDill <S
J. Allen Nmith, Jr., LocnU. 2;
Do you chew Tobacco ? See our line before Sm
buying. J. Allen Smith, Jr.
Hoc
Lamp)) to burn. Prices from '20c. to 51.50. Be Sir
sure nnd see tbem before you buy. J. Allen
Smith, Jr. 1
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No use to go barefooted when you can get a
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g very r
ie Choices
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100.00 IN ONE DAY AND/ft , ' *
ne week and make $20. 80 j*.
[t will p&y you to see us be-W
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IF FEE, & 'J
ULL LINE OF
EAR, HATS, 9
S' ETC" | ||
5 cts. 1
5, 8, 10, 20 cts. k
K
wi V v vo?
nel Drawers, ?S5c.
Y IN IT OH T
Crockery, j m
our prices before buying. ^
i you see our $1 Shoes you will A
Dvinced that this is the place JK
t the worth of your money, flj
CJS, T ;
iat our prices are right. W
te & Coj
THIS IS* -zl
Contest" Jast; week by Mies Maud
sville, and we are prepared to give
HARDWARE CO.
j returned from the
Factory If
immense stock of
ture. 3
and will have prices to suit
) us a call, : Ij
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and CASKETS |
-"1
re prompt and careful attention
ours, &c,,
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I lbs. good Rio Coffee for only |1. J. Allen
Ith, Jr.
id pair of Shoes for 31, from J. Allen
ilth, Jr.
Id ware Is almost out of slebt, but. we bave
ood line at right prioeB. J. Allen Smith,Jr
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