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WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1895.
L0GAL2 BREVITIES, j
Where oh where has the house Hy j
AV here oh where can lie be!
Wirb his ears nut short ami his
legs cut long
Where oh where is he !
Ladies undervests, 5 to Suets., at i
New York Hacket Store.
Capt..J. A. C. -Iones has foti raeros in I
Presiding Kider Campbell will
preach at Parksville on the 7th of J une,
and at North Edge.'ield on the 80th of
Mrs. Julia Taylor was received into
the fellowship of our village Baptist
church by letter on .Sunday last.
Ladies, misses, and childrens black
and tan Oxford ties, at the New York
Thin out your fruit. Have the nerve
to do it, because there's too many
peaches on your tree?, and too many
Come early for selections, as the
prices are so low these goods will not
stay long on our counters, New York
Miss Mamie Norris, only child of
President A. J. Norris, will graduate
in June at the Columbia Coltege for
Women. This fair and talented daugh
ter of Kdgefield takes second honor in
Sion Corley. living near Merchants
postoflice in this county, made last year j
four barrels of rice ou a little piece of
land not much bigger than the body j
of a one-horse wagon.
Gent? balbiggan underwear, vest and j
drawers, 75c to Vic per suit, at New
York Racket Store.
The croquet party on Thursday af-j
ternoon last under the auspices ot'
Mrs. Shaffer, who is always making
the young folks enjoy themselves, was
quite a success.
Ladies sailors and hats in all the la
test and nobbiest styles, at the New
York Racket Store.
There will be a musical at. the Sims
Hotel on Friday night of this week
under the general supervision of Mrs.
Gena Shailer. Admission lOcts. The
object is a good one. Let everybody
Fancy ?lowers, hat trimmings of all
kiuds and prices, at the New York
In some sections of the county the
stand of cotton was so poor that far
mers have ploughed it up and planted
over, some of the land in cotton and
some in corn.
Flour has gone up at least $1.40 per
barrel since April. Everything in fact
has advanced in price, there being a
general improvement in the business
Capt. George Lake, Capt. Thos. W.
Carwile, and Sheriff Ouzts attended
the grand Confederate reunion at
Houstou, Texas, last week.
-'JIP. L."J. ?V?l'rJs Has" e'.Ul'n.iuguu li'j"1'
Dobson plantation for Mr J. P. Ouzts's
beautiful residence on Bride Street.
It seems that Bride is the most popu
lar as it is the most aristocratic street
in our town.
Full line of dry goods and notions
at the New York Backet, al prices to
suit everybody. Old Hani Times in
Some of our boys seem to be very
. fond ol'seining. Say boys, were you in
apple pie order for calling on your
best girl on your way home, or did
you lose your cuffs?
lt will surprise some people to hear
that cotton will be 10 cents a pound
between now and the 1st of next Jan
uary. We would have made this pre
diction before, had we not feared 't
would have increased the acreage of
t he staple in this county.
Departed this life in Edgelield Co.,
May 14th, l$i>5, at the age of 78 years
2 months, Miss Nancy Long. She was
for many years a resident of Newber
ry County, living near Bethel Baptist
church ; of which, she was, for proba
bly ilO or 40 years, a consistent mem
ber. She was buried at Bethel Bap
tist church, in Newberry County.
It is the general desire on the part
of all factions in Edgelield county, so
far as we can gather, that Governor
Sheppard should be one of . the
delegates to the constitutional
convention. We do not know Gov
ernor Sheppard's sentiments, inten
tions or desires in this matter, but
do not think he would decine to ac
cept an election to this body if prac
tically unanimous, as we know it
would be, especially as it could be
made the meaus of cementing our peo
ple once more in the bonds of a
fraternal-political union. Let us get
A Happy Ending.
OTTKRVII.LK, VA,-"For fifteen years
I was a great sufferer from Dyspepsia,
and nothing relieved me until I tried
Simmons Liver Regulator. This is
the best medicine in the world. I am
now in good health"-Mrs. N. J. Col
lins. Your druggist sells it in pow
der or liquid; the powder to be taken
dry, or made into a tea.
A Canse Celebre.
Gov. Sheppard left our town for
Richmond, Va., on Saturday last
where he goes to argue before the
United States circuit court of appeals
the case of Jos. IL Bouknight
against the Richmond <fc Danville R.
R. Company for damages received
some years since. This will be the
fifth time the Governor has argued
this case, gaining it every time.
A Merited Compliment.
Captain James H. Tillman has been
selected by the graduating class of Co
lumbia college, Washington D. C., to
deliver the address at tue re-union of
the Alumni of that famous institution
on the 14th June, prox. This is quite
a compliment to our talented young
townsman who is regarded as one of
the coming orators of South Carolina.
In 1S85 Captain 'zillman took First
Honor at this college and in his class
were the sons of some of the greatest
statesman ip this country.
The most delightful Ice cold ginger
al? :i! Richard Timmons' ice cream
Oh, lather dear father,(rome home with
Thu "look in the steeple strikes one:
The greens ainM put <.n yet, the wood's
ii: the shed
Alu! lin' cooking is got le be dune.
When mother comes, home from her
w ork at ? he polls,
She'll be hungry and cross as a bear,
So take olf j er eeat par and roll up
. your sleeves
Or mar will sure git ou a tare.
Migs Eloise Har! visited our
town on last Thursday.
Lieut. M. C.-Butler leaves today,
Wednesday, for Wost Point.
Judge and Mrs. John E. Bac >n
are visiting in our town.
Miss Lill Butler is visiting lier
Cousin, Miss Marie.
Mr. J' Horde Allon spent last
Sunday at Fruit Hill with tho
Miss Foley, sister of Mrs. Rico,
leaves for lier home in Virginia,
Genial Capt. Joe Brimson islip
from Aiken for a Tow days, on a
visit to his old home.
Weare glad to say that Mrs.
Aim Tompkins, who has been very
ill, is raj.idly improving.
Mr. John Addison left on Satur
day last for Greenville, to clerk
for his brother, Dr. \V. P.Addison.
Messrs. R. C. Padgett and C. B.
Gray drove through to Augusta
on? day last week on a pleasure
Capt. J. C Brooks, who has be 'ii
on a visit to his daughter Mrs. E.
J. Jones in Columbia, has return
Miss Hettie Lou Sheppard re
turned to her home on last Friday j
after a delightful weeks visit lo
her friend Miss Julia Prescott.
Rev. L. H. Baldwin was called
to his home in Ashville N. C., last
week to be at the bed side of his
only daughter who is thought lo
_[For the Adjer^iserJ
Items From Denny's. .
MR. PJDITOR: The farmers have
taken advantage of good weather,
the horse and plows are doing
There is to be Childrens Day at
Zoar, on Sal ur day before the sec
oud Sunday in Jul}'.
We had some of the Higgins
Ferry boys and girls in our midst
Monday. Come again Miss Joe wc
will gladly welcome you.
There were twenty-three dollars
of missionary money collected at
Zoar on last Sunday.
Miss Mamie Bouknight is still
teaching the Zoar school, she will
continue to teach through June
The young people around here
have gone to travelling in ox carts,
that certainly looks like rough
roads, or busy horses.
Miss Lillian Huiet, ono of our
charming young ladies who mov
ed to Greenwood, is now visiting
ber aunt, Mrs. Pillie Davenport.
Young and handsome Willie
Crouch, has bought, him a new
buggy, that looks like riding Miss
Croquet is all the go now, tho
young people play at Colemans
every Saturday afternoon-.
Some of our boys visit Richard
son vii le very often, there must be
some attraction up there.
The people, of Butler church
have bought them a new organ.
Miss Mattie Forrest whoso ill
ness wo mentioned in our last, ie
now much better.
The report that* Mr. Wilber Ri
kard was accidentally killed is
quite a mistake, he passed through
these parts last week.
Denny's, S. C.
The North Carolina Experiment
station gives the following rules for
making a second crop of Irish po
The potatoes from which it is
desired to grow *he second crop
should be allowed to romain where
they grew till perfectly ripe and
tho tops are dead. If they are se
lected from the culls in digging
the partly matured crop for ship
ping, there will be much uncer
tainty as to their sprouting. When,
the tops are dead take them up
and allow them to remain a day
or so exposed to the light until
they turn greenish. Then spread
them in any convenient place on
tho ground and cover with pine or
other straw. Sprinkle the straw
and thereafter never allow it to
got dry all through.
Prepare the land as for the ear
ly crop except that the fertiliza
tion need not be so heavy, and run
out the rows by going twice in a
furrow with a turn-plow and clean
out the furrow full six inches
deep. As the potatoes under the
straw begin to start tho eyes, which
will be from the first to the mid
dle of August, plant them in the
cleop furrow.? but cover th^in not
mop- thu i: an inch over the inp
of tho tabers until thegrenn ieuves
begin to grow. Then gradually fill
iii the soil to Wvm :;s they grow,
until it ia level. The after ni!
ture musl be us level <'?s poi?? i ble
and im hilling should be dun", the
object al Ibis reason nf the ye*r
being to prevent the drying out of
tho soil. The potatoes will sprout
curlier if, before bedding them
underilla straw, a small pk-ce is
clipped off one end and rejecled.
No further cutting should be done
when planting. The planting
should all be done by the middle
of August. This crop will gron
green until tho fro.?! cuts the tops
down, mid their immaturity pre
vents their sprouting before plant
ing time, so that when they grow
it is with the strong growth of thc
terminal hud, which gives then: a
great advantage over the northern
potatoes, that have baen long oui
of thc ground and have had the
sprouts rubbed off them in the
At the election in Panesviile 5o7
women voted and they elected both
their candidates. When the old
parties held their conventions they
snubbed the women and nomina
ted thc m^n for ollie0. This rous
ed the ladies to action and they
went to work and snowed the men
under so deep thal they will not
be heard ol' politically again.
They got ?ut carriages and gather
ed in the ladies from all parts of
the town.-Ashtabula (0.) News.
A No AV Whiskey Cure.
The Greenville Reflector reports
a new cure for drunkenness. A
man bailly under the influence of
whiskey applied t>> a merchant of
that town for something to relieve
his bad feeling. The merchant
gave :i dose of common epsom sails
and the intoxicated fellow drank
it and staggered off. About twen
ty minutes later he was seen to
pass the store apparently perfectly
sobpr. Impressed by this the mer
chant tri< d the sall? on a second
drunken man, who reported that
soon after taking it all effect of HIP
whisk? y left him.
VJDG?:F?ELI) COUNT Y IXTKR
I> EXOM i NATIONAL SUN
DAY SCHOOL CONVEN
Emory Church June 4th und ."Uh
1S95. ?.iotto: Take Ye Heed,
Watch and Fray, Mark,
?:5:.*?;?, Heed the Call,
Watch tt:c Time, Pray
God's Blessing Upon
Work and Wor" -rs.
1. lie on time.
.2. Bring your Bible, note book, and
3. If you speak,speak loud.
4. Take a front seat. Leave thc back
ones for those who cannot read the
5. Try to be a blessing in the home
where you are entertained.
6. Is it too warm? Don't let the heat
make your heart cold.
7. Send upa prayer for each speak
S. Don't talk or whisper during; I *
prayer or when some one is address
ing the convention. Listen.
9. Resolve to honor your Lord by
making best possible use of things
learned when you ret urn to your own
TUESDAY, JUKE 4th.
Morning Session.-10:30, De
votional exercises and organiza
tion. Address of welcome, JJ. L.
Caughmau. Response by Pres. L.
Reports from Sunday Schools,
Statistical and verbal.
Afternoon Session -Song and
The sphere and benefits of song
and prayer in the Sunday School.
Rev. O. B. Shearouse, John B.
Towill, J.D. Kidson. Normal Les
son, Prof. R. 0. Sams, Stale Sec
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5th.
Morning Session.-10, Devo
How can we best avoid monoto
ny in Sunda}' School work? Dr.
F. G. Asbell, John H. Morgan, Y.
V. A. Riser. Normal Lesson, Prof.
R. 0. Sams.
Afternoon Session.-Song and
Opening of Question Box. What
benefits flo we hope tn accrue from
Sunday Schools to the church?
B. W. Rushton.
What benefit to tin family? Col.
R. li. Watson.
What benefit to citizenship? Lt.
Gov? W. IT. Ti ra m erm an.
Miscellaneous business and clos
Delegates, Sn peri n ten d e n t, s
and Pastors are ex-oflicio mem
bers of the convention. In
addition Sunday Schools are al
lowed one delegate to every twen
ty-five scholars. Schools are urg
ed to appoint a full delegation and
insist upon their attendance, for
only thus can the work of the con
vention ba made most successful
Schools should also furnish del
egates with a statistical report of
their work and condition.
L. F. Doux, Pres.
B. W. RUSHTON; Sec'y.
1). li. Frontis,
W. II. Timmerman,
Rev. O. B. Shearouse.
Rev. M. M. Brabham,
11 ERK will bea meeting of the Su
pervisors of Ridgefield and Newberry
counties at Chappells, on Thursday
the 13th June, for the purpose of lol -
ting the covering of the bridge over
Saluda river at that piare.
M. A. WHITTLE, Co. Sup.
J. D. FRASRK Cl'k.
SHOES-A full line of medium
and chen]) Shoes for Misses, La
dies and Men. A groat, many of
these Shoe? we are selling lower
than they can now be bought from
the Factory. Now is the time to
buy Shoes bet?re we sell out thc
ALVIS HABT & Co.
It is in thc tires and rims that Rambler
excellence is most apparent. They arc less
likely lo burst or break than any others, and
are most easily and quickly repaired. All
styles Rambler Bicycles-$100. None better
at any price-none so good for thc same or
less. Catalog free. \
GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO.,
/ WASHINGTON. O. C. ff
SHOES-Our stock of Shoes for
Children, Misses, Ladies und Men
s quite large. All of our Shoes
vere bought or contracted for be
ore the big rise in leather, and
ve are seiling a great many Shoes
iheaper than we could now buy
beru at the Factory. We have
ecently received a full stock of
)re\v, Selby ct Cos. Shoes for Chil
Iren, Misses and Ladies. Also a
ull slock of Slipper? and Oxford
i'ics. For a first-class lit ?and com
ortabie wearing, there are no
?hoes superior to those rn ade by
)re\v, Selby it Co.
ALVIN HAFT & Co.
SHOES-Wo have just received
, full liue of the celebrated Zeig
er S hot:8. Vorv large stock of La
lies' Oxford Ties-for $1.50 as
;ood Oxford Tic, ?ns we once sold
or $2.00. Never before have we
old a Ladies' ZeigU>r Oxford Tie
or .$1.50. We contracted for these
Allocs before the irse in leather,
nd we p.-oposc to give our cu sto
ners the benefit of these priens.
ALVIN HAUT & Co.
SHOES-Every Lady wishing
o economize should call at once
nd buy a pair of our Zeigler or
)rrnv, Selby & Co. Oxford Ties at
1.50; or a pair of Zeigler or Drew,
?elby it Cu. buttoned Shoes" at
2.00. When we have sold .these,
he prices will be much higher.
Ve are simply giving our custo
mers the benefit of theso prices,
ill it is necessary for ns lo have
lion1 made ?it the higher pricer.
ALVIN HART & Co.
Edgefield, S. C., May 20, '05.
NOTICE TO CRED
.TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
IN THE PROBATE COUUT.
?aura Ii. Bunch and ll. E. Bunch,
!. S. Cox ia nor own right and as Ad
ministratrix of the estate of Al
exander Sharpton Sr., Deceased,
^T-w.t't?trg wi?iT?i II g eut? ift?i't Ht'
J in the above entitled action and on
notion ot Crol't & Tillman PlaintiiFs'
ittorneys, it is ordered that all and
ingular the creditors of the estate of
?exander Sharpton Sr., deceased, be.
nd they are hereby required to make
iroof of their claims before the Pro
ate .Judge for Edgefield County at
lis otlice in (he town of Edgefield in
his State on or before Friday the otb
lay ol July lS!i."i, or else be debarred
layment t hereof.
Let a copy of this order be printed
n the Edgefield ADVKKTISKK, a news
ia per printed at Edgefield S. Coime
week for four consecutive weeks be
ere the said ?ttl day ol' July.
J. D. ALLEN,
Probate Judge, E. C.
May i:> l?!>.">.
SUMMONS FOR RE
JTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT or PROBATE.
Summons for Relief.
I Complaint not Served.]
.aurait. Bunch and H. E. Bunch
Plaintiffs-against-C. S. Cox in her
own right and as Administratrix of
the Estate of Alexander Sharpton
Sr.. deceased, Frank Sharpton, Press
Sharpton, George Sharpton, Nannie
Jackson, Martha Ooodson, Amcricus
Goodsell, lt. E. L. Talley Conner,
Louella McDaniel, Thomas Howie,
Ella Smith, Frank Sharpton, the
younger, Sarah Howie, Lizzie Rob
inson, Winchester McDaniel, Jeff S.
Pratt, Mary Calhoun, Carry Pratt,
Agnes E. Ellis, D. W. Sharpton, Sr.,
and Alexander Sharpton-Defen
!'o the Defendants above named :
v70U arc hereby summoned and re
1 quired to answer the complaint in
his action, which is filed in the Office
if Hie Probate Judge for Edgefield
Jounty, South Carolina, and to serve
, copy ol' your answer to the said com
daint on the subscribers at their office
n the town ol' Edgefield So. Ca., with
n twenty days alter the service bere
if, exclusive of thc day of such ser
ice: and if you fail to answer the
omplaint within (he time aforesaid,
he Plaintiffs in this action will apply
o the Court for the relief demanded
n the complaint.
Dated May 25th, A. I).. 1895.
Attest; : J. D. Allen, lr.. s.J Judge of
'r?bale, E. C.
CROFT & TILLMAN.
['o thc Defendants :
il rs. C. S. Cox, Alexander Sharpton,
Frank Sharpton, the younger, Press
Sharpton, Mrs. Nannie Jackson,
.Martha Goodson, Americus Good
son, Louella McDaniel, R. E. L. Tal
ley Conner, Ella Smith, Frail kSharp
ton, Jell' Pratt, Carrie Pratt, Mrs.
Mary Calhoun, D. IV. sharpton Sr.
PAKE notice that the complaint in
1 this action which is for Hie mar
hailing tile assets or the estate ol' Al
isander Sharpton Sr., deceased, and
o sell the real estate of said deceased,
Ogether with the Summons is tiled in
he office of the .Iud gt; of Probate for
sedgefield County, South Carolina.
Attest : .1. D.Allen, [u 8.] Judge of
'r?bate, E. C.
CROFT it TILLMAN,
Now is thc time to Like
[Complaint not Served.]
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
Court Common Pleas.
E. J. Norris, Plaintiff,
Charles Oliphant, Defendant.
Summons for Relief.
To the Defendant above named :
YOU are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in
this action, which is filed in the oilico
at Hie Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas for the said County, and to serve
a copy ol'your answer to the said com
plaint on the subscribers at their of
fice at Edgefield Court House S. C.,
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 aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
Dated at Edgefield C. IT., S. C.. May
17th, A. D.,1S95.
Test: John B. Hill [L.S.JC. G. C.
P. May 17th A.D., 1S95.
NORRIS & CANTELOU,
To Charles Oliphant non-resident de
YOU will take notice that the com
plaint in the above stated cause
is now on file in the office of the Clerk
of Court of Common Pleas in and for
the County of Edgefield, State afore
NORRIS & CANTELOU,
FROM EDGEFIELD TO
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Friday, June 7tli, 1S95.
FARE ONLY $1.00 FOR THE
A delightful trip to the City by
the Sea and a pleasant sail to Sul
livan's Island. Train leave Edge
field at 5:30 a. m., aid reluming
leaves Charleston 7 p. va. Train
will stop at all Stations on the
"Gap" road. Two coaches reserv
ed for colored people.
?JSJBF* Tickets For Sale at the
Stores of (i. L. lYhiict Son ti ucl R.
S. K. DUNKLE,
. May 14-41
[Complaint not Served.]
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY or EDGEFIELD.
Court of Common Pleas.
J. H. Jennings, Plaintiff,
Joseph J. Cartledge, Defendant.
Summons for Relief.
To the Defendant above nimed.
JLOftJUae h pre Vj U&mWUi? Wflr i
quired, to answer the complaint in
this action, which is Hied in the ofllce
of Che Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas, for the said County, and to
serve a copy of your answer to the
said complaint, on the subscribers, at
their ofilce at EdgeMeld Court House
S. C., within twenty days after the
service hereof, exclusive of the day of
such service; and if you fail to answer
tlie complaint within the time afore
said, the Plaintiff in this action will
apply to the Court for the relief de
manded in tlie complaint.
Dated at Edgefield C. II., ?S. C., May
14th A.D., 1S95.
Test; .?olin B. Hill, [L s.J C. C.
To the non-resident Defendant, Joseph
J. Cartledge :
You will fake notice, that the Com
plaint in the above stated action, is on
file in thc ollice of the Clerk of the
Court of Common Pleas, in and for the
County of Edgefield, anil State afore
AxL persons indebted to the Estate
of Alexander Sharpton, Sr., deceasad,
will make payment, and those having
claims Will present the same duly at
tested, to the undersigned.
Mas. C.S. COX, Ad'trix,
or J. Wm. Thurmond ?fc Polk it
May 4- '85-St
THE MIMS ARTISTS.
R. H. Mims, Miss Eliza M. Minis, Geo.
Mr. R. H. Mims, will do all kinds of
Photograph work in the Studio. Mak
ing a specialty of Children's Photo
graphs. Will have Crayon Portraits
made any size-that will be sure to
please. Just twenty-five years in the
Miss Eliza M. Minis will make the
finest Portraits in Pastel and Oil, that
can be made outside of the largest
cities. The very best of references
given as to this kind of work. VVill re
touch Negatives in most artistic style.
Will also teach the art of re-touching
Negatives, Drawing and Painting in
Oil and Water Colors, Coloring Pho
Mr. Geo. F. Minis, with new and fin
est apparatus, is well prepared to do
all kinds of Out-Door Photography,
such as family groupes, Schools, Build
ings, Animals, Machinery ?fcc. Solicits
orders from the country. Confident
that he can give perfect satisfaction.
The prices of all the above work will
correspond with the present financial
condition of Mic country. Call at the
Photograph Gallery and examine tlie
quality and prices ol* all the above
classes of pictures, and then we think
you will-or ought to
Patronize Home Talent.
gSF" Give us a call before going
to thc cities.
Money to Loan.
Ox both City and Improved Coun
try property. For information, Call
K. C. PADGETT,
Agent Atlanta Nat. Building and
I March 2G, D5,
I have received from the Slate
treasurer i he pension money be
longing to Confed?rate soldiers
and their widows in this county.
Those having their names on the
pension roll will please call at my ,
office and receive their pro rata,
JNO. B. HILL, C. C. P.
May 7, '95.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, [
Tux COUNTY OK EDOEFIKI.U. J
NOTICE is hereby given that pur
suant to a commission issued to us
by the Secretary of -the.State of South
Carolina, books of si.J^eription to the .
capital stock of "The Edgefield Cot
ton Manufacturing Company" will be
open at our respective places of busi- j
ness on Thursday, the 2nd day of
May prox., and will remain open until
the 10th day of May. '
J. C. SHEPPARD,
X. G. EVANS,
AV. W; ADAMS, ?
Vf. E. LYVCH. .
Board of Corporators.
May ?, ISO.-). 1
Isn't tho word when you speak ]
of N. Y's. fish. They do not need
to be chawed. All that you have to '
do is to eliminate the few bones
and let 'em go down.
FRESH "WATER AND SALT.
The choicest varieties, E. G.
Shad, Trout, Sheephead, Mullet,
Bream &c, And at prices that
would make the piscatorial tribes
blush for very shame at their c
Come in the evening1 or come in the 1
m omi nar,
Come when you're looked for,
Or come without warning, .
A smile and a welcome J
Will be there before you, (
And Hie oftener you come here .
The more I'll adore you. 1
NORMON YOUNGBLOOD, A
Fishmonger and Purveyor for *
all the people. 1
For Old Cold and Old Solid
Silvpr; alT Surplus Wedding
Presents in Solid Silver bought.
Julius R. Watts & Co., Jewelers,
~>7 WHITEHALL ST., ATLANTA, GA.
I Scream Grotto!
I have re-opened my ICE CRE AM
GROTTO in the store next Jas. M.
Cobbs' dry goods emporium,
where I will take great pleasure iu
serving the public to the most de
The most delicious ICED
CREAMS, and Milk Shakes to rival
the fabled Nectar and Ambrosia of
Mythology. Give me a call.
J. DAVIS T?MMOXS.
M av 7, '95.
This R E M E D Y hus been
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