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THUS. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21, 1895.
Tillman seems to have downed
St. John at Ashbury Park.
Clemson College is too big a
thing, cost too much money to be
run in the ground before time
enough has elapsed to test its
In Edgefield on Tuesday, elec
tion day, we were not troubled
with independent or republican
tickets, because we cut off the fruit
bud when we got np the.S. S. C's,
that is the Sifting Sand Club.
A blind tiger gentleman in Co
lumbia by the name of Gibson,
keeps his stock of liquors in the
nest of a setting herj, or did until
the nest was broken up by a re
cent raid of the constables.
Several counties in the State
were troubled on Tuesday of this
week, with independent republican
and mixed tickets running against
the regular democratic nominees.
We do not know what the ex
tent of these troubles were, or will
be, but we do know that they all
might have been prevented by a
nipping in the bud a la Dargan.
When two or more evils present
themselves and you havo to choose
one, it is best always to take the
Comptroller General Norton says
that the various county treasuries
in the state are making very bad
showings in the collection of poll
He says that ail over the State
there is much complaint about in
dictments being in the hands of
justices against parties who pro
duce their receipts. He says this
is due to the multiplicity of laws
applying to the recording of the
poll tax payers' names, etc., and
then? is no fault to be attached to
any county official. It is some
thing that cannot be avoided under
the present laws.
The following is the list o? cases
heard and determined at the re
cent term of court;
Sherman Ross, larceny of live
stock ; guilty, sentenced to labor
on the public works of Edgefield
County for eighteen months or be
confined in the Penitentiary for a
Jim Walker, for same offence,
was sentenced to labor on the pub
_lie yorksof the countyJfor twelve
' months or go to th'e Penlte?tisry
for the same length of time.
George Holloway and Thomas
Anderson, housebreaking and lar
ceny, one year each.
John Johnson and William
Moore, burglary ; the former wrs
sent to the Penitentiary for seven
years, the latter for five.
James Chamberlain, murder ; not
Frank Coleman, burglary; not
Mose Daniel, assault and battery
with intent to kill; not guilty.
George Elam and Lessey Gar
rett, larceny of live stock; not
R. T. Mayson, disposing of prop
erty under lien ; not guilty.
Fred Martin, housebreaking and
larceny; guilty, Sent to the Peni
tentiary for six months.
Monroe McManus, burglary;
James Goodwin, a white man,
was convicted of housebreaking
and larceuy,and sent to the Peni
tentiary for three years.
Charlie Lesure, murder; not!
Solomon Jennings, larceny of I
live stock ; guilty, one year.
George W. Lungford and Wil
liam Cork, assault and battery
with intent to kill ; not guilty.
Governor Bowen, shooting into
a railroad train ; guilty, five years.
Isaac Coates, attempt to commit
arson; guilty, received two years.
Hampton Nobles, attempt to
commit rape; guilty, two years. I
The ca8eof B. L. and W. Luther J
Jones for the killing of J. C. Shear
ingen ; not guilty.
Some War Reminiscenses of Spe
cial Interest to Edgefield Peo
By GCJII. H..l.t. Ilemphill in Abbeville Me
I was with Co. B wherever it
went and whatever it did grad
ually becoming hardened to the
service until Jue 24th 1861, when
the following paper was banded to
Private R. R. Hemphill Company B
7th Regiment So.Ca. Vol. has permis
sion to pass and repass to Head Quar
ters of this Brigade being the Orderly
of General M. L. Bonham, Brigadier
General of the 1st Brigade, Confeder
This 24th June 1861.
Thos. G. Bacon, Col. Commanding,
r Per E. Sei bela."
The 7th regiment had been as
signed to a brigade made up of
the 2nd, 3rd, and 8th S. C. regi
ments commanded by Gen. M. L.
Bonham at the extreme front of
the Confederate forces.
With the paper apove mention
ed I reported to General Bonham
and was assigned to duty which
consisted of carrying orders and
actiugas clerk for the Adjutant
General. Gen. Bonham was or
ganizing the advance forces and
required an extra number of or
derlies and clerks and one was de
tailed from each regiment. On
the force were Royal, of Virginia,
Buchanan and Godfrey who now
live in the Pee Dee section,
Moorman, now librariau foi
Supreme Court and myself.
In a few days I was hande<
following paper :
"Array of the Potomac, 1st Bri
Advance Forces, July 1st 1S6
Pr?vost Marshal's Office
Mr. R. K. Hemphiil, Order!v
permission to pass without mo
tion from the Forces of this Di
ment in and around this village
the vicinty within our lines,
W. D. Sirapsoi
Gen. Bonham wasaskind-h
ed a man as I ever met. H
oeived the orderlies with |
consideration and assigned I
quarters in the same house h
cupied and gave them place
the same with his military f
ly. Fairfax was a straggling
l?ge with a few score inhabit
most of whom had removed
distance from the scene of ex]
ed hostilities. For headqua
Gen. Bonham occupied a fei
college which had been condu
by a Mr. Jacobs ii my memo
not at fault. It was a large fi
building on the left hand of
main street and some dist
South of the Court House w
vas about ,he center of the vii.
There was room enough for al
orderlies and the multitudi
stan of volunteer aids who
gathered around Gen. Bonhai
as not to miss the first b
which many of the Southern
pie thought would finish the
On this staff were : R. B. Boi
ton, W. C. Moragne, W. D. Si
son, A. P. Aldrich, Samuel
Gowan, S. S. Tompkins, W
Butler, J. N. Lipscomb, Mill?
Lipscomb and Samuel W.Mel
Col. George W. Lay who w?.s
aide to Gen. Scott and had res
ed from the U. S. Army was
signed to General Bonham tc
sist in organizing the forces,
occupied a fine tent in rear of
college and near to it on gn
slope adorned with shade ti
He was a small man with aub
hair. He had the army reg
tious at his tongue's end and tl
was nothing of the martinet al
bim. He struck me as a pictur
perfect co?tent when I woulc
to him for orders and find
stretched out on bis camp i
stead reading a book or new!
per. Col. Walter H. Steven!
New York man, who had also
signed from the U. S. Army
cast his lot with the South wai
so assigned to Gen. Bonham as
ginecr and looked after the fe
ficatious ajouud Fairfax. B
Lay and Stevens had served v
distinction in the Mexican V
The female college stood a li
back from the street. In fr
was a lawn which showed lacl
attention. It was somewhat
lieved by shrubbery dotted aroi
over its surface. In the rear
the college was a large garden w
rows of currants. The tempt
fruit was too much for us and
feasted to our heart's content. r
currants were in such superab
dance that it seemed as & JM
Thrcfr?cr'ri?s college girir on rix.
ing else. At night we would i
semble in the music room when
splendid piano bad been ie
Maj. Samuel W. Melton won
take his place at the piano, pl
the accompaniment and sing t
popular songs of the day in fi
rounded voice. The order!:
would join in the chorus and <
had music of the highest order.
There were always a lot of v
itors at headquarters who genen
ly remained a few days. Arno:
these I : 3 _ember to have se<
Thomas J. Mackey and the la
David S. Terry, of California, wi
killed Broderick in a duel. ?
crossed the plains from Californ
to cast his fortunes with the Sout
The visitors we:e so many and tl
staff increased so much that Ge:
Bonham made arrangements wit
the hotel and sent the orderlit
there to take their meals. Th
we continued to do until the tow
was abandoned. One day I strol
ed from the hotel to the end (
town opposite headquarters and i
a small store I found ginger snap
for sale. I had never seen such
thing before and that ginger snap
should be an article of trade mad
such an impression on me that
remember the circumstance F
clearly that I am able to recall :
in this reminiscence. I may a
well state here that the first tim
I ever tasted sardines was abon
half way between Fairfax an
Sangster's station three miles dis
tant on the railroad. I was sil
ting on a log by the roadside witi
A. B. C. Lindsay eating my fire
sardines when an Alabama reg i
meut marched by. The Colonel'
wife rode by his side at the fron
of the regiment. She wore a lonj
riding habit and had a pistol strap
ped around her waist. I mentioi
the sardines because it was tin
first time I ever ate canned goods
Some years before the war Silai
A aderson started a store at Due
West stocked with canned goods
and lemonade. It was said he al
?so sold whiskey on the sly. The;
'Due West people took up the idea
that whiskey-drinking and canned
goods went together and the boye
were not allowed to eat canned
goods for fear they might get to
drinking whiskey. Eating sar
dines was breaking away from
old habits and I remember the oc
One day I stood in front of
headquarters and saw Maxey
Gregg's regiment on its way home,
[ts term of service had expired for
it had enlisted for six months on
ly. During that time the regi
ment supported by Kemper's bat
tery had a brush wu h Schenck's
division of "he Northern Army at
Vienna about ten miles from Fair
fax. Schenck got the worst of it
and Gregg's men were looked upon
by the rest of us as veritable he
roes. The?r terni of service hav
ing expired these men marched
through Fairfax homeward bound
A drum corps and several fifes
preceded them playing a familiar
tune known in the old singing
school books as "Greenville" and
running this woy: me, nie, ra, do,
do, ra, ra, inf, ra, do. &c.
Gen. Bonhara held a responsi
ble position being in command of
the most advanced forces of i lie
Confederate States. He was a man
of striking appearance. Tall and
handsomely uniformed be filled
the requirements of an ideal sol
dier. He wore a black hat, with a
waving plume, large gauutlets, a
beautiful sash and top boots and
was always mounted on a fine aud
spirited horse which he managed
to perfection. He had the reputa
tion of being one of the best riders
in South Carolina. It was a busy
place as headquarters. Couriers
were coming and going at all hours
of the day and night. There I first J
saw Gen. Ewell and he was un-J
doubtedly the wildest looking man
I ever saw. He was in a great hur
ry ana I held his horse while he i
transacted his business. He thank
ed me kindly, mounted and re
appeared iu a gallop. There t"
I first spoke to Gen. Beauregard
who was the personification of po
liteness. One day a handsome
woman came to headquarters. She
wore a pretty riding habit and
rode a fine horse, lt was said that
she brought valuable information
concealed in her luxuriant hair,
from Washington tu Gen. Bon
hum. Afterwards she was made
the heroine of a novel entitled
"Macar?a" I believe. It. was said
around the campfires that the in
formation was McDowell's plan of
advance from Washington and
the time when he would begin his
So time passed until the night
of July 16th, 1861.
The Edgefield Association will
convene with tbn Rehoboth Bap
tist church of Christ on Wednes
day before the 2nd Sunday in Sep
Standing committees who have
to report at thc meeting of Associ
State Missions-Rev. G. W. Hus
sey, Wm. M. Ouzts, IC. G. Tal
Home Missions - W. P. Seiglei
J.T. White, J. W. Aiton.
Foreign Missions-Rev. J. L
Ouzts, Dr. D. A. J. Dell, S. :.
Orphauage-J C Morgan, \V\ JJ
Nixon, Rev. G. L. Timmerman.
Temperance-A. S. Tompkins
S. B. Mays, C. M. Thomas.
Education-Rev. L. ll. Gwnlt
ney, C. H. B. Williams, A. J. Mc
Perodicals-Rev. John Laic. R
T. Strom, P. B. Lanham.
Bible and Colportage-L. F
Dorn, B. F. Glanton, Jr., S. A
S. E. FREELAND, Sec'rv.
Harvest Home Rye-6 years ole
$3.20 per gallon, all exprsss
charges prepaid. The Hayner Dis
tilling Co., Springfield, Ohio.
Jgg^TJ^E STATE ALLIANCE. ^
The eighth annual meeting of
the FARMERS STATE ALLI
ANCE of South Carolina will con
vene in Columbia on "Wednesday,
County Secretaries are hereby
requested to send immediately to
this office the names and post
office address of the delegate*
It ?6 desired that all the County,
Alliances in the Slate be duly rep
Business of importance will be
J. W. RE I J;,
Sec. F. S. A. of S. C.
The Hayner Distilling Co
Spriugfield, Ohio, ship liquors di
rect to consumer. Write for price
Gin House Insurance.
Call?n H. A. Smith agent of the South
& North American Lloyds, and Xew
York and Chicago Lloyds and get a
special policy on your gin house du
ring the ginning season. Rates rea
AV. S. MONTEITH,
General Manager S. E. Division.
There is only one price on
Ramblers. $ioo is enough for the
best bicycle that was ever built.
More than $ioo is too much.
Ramblers are made to combine
lightness, strength, speed, ease
and durability. You can break
them if you try, but ordinary wear
has no perceptible effect. You
are groping in thc clark if you buy
without seeing a Rambler catalog.
Postal will bring it.
GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
WE PAY CASH
For Old Gold and Old Solid
Silver; also Surplus Wedding
Pr?sents in Solid Silver bought.
Julius R. Watts & Co., Jewelers,
57 WHITEHALL ST., ATLANTA, GA.
FREE BOOr^^^^^^^^CE LIST
We have made a Specialty o
for private Consumption. As we
reasonable li gu re than any dealer ca
Our Specially is our C?l?br?t
Which wu furnish at .$3.20 pi
We moke no shipment of3 li
different brands. As wo sell on o
remittance must accompany order.
?[ZSf Write us for Complete
Remember we Prepay all Exp
tinder reasonable conditions. Do not say H can
not be done, lill you send for free catalogu? of
Tliis College is strongly endorsed by banters
and merchants. FOUR weeks by Draughon's
method of teaching bookkeeping is equal to
TWELVE weeks by the old plan. Special ad- .
vantages in Shorthand, Penmanship and Teleg- !
raphy. Cheap board. Open to both sexes. No 1
vacation. Enter now. Railroad Fare Paid.
UflMF CTTTTW Wc have recently prepared
uUlUD OlUUl. books on BOOKKEEPING,
SHORTHAND AND PENMANSHIP especially adapt
ed to "home study." Write for ,! Home Study"
irculars at once.
$200 Offered Free!
OITICE Fm ST NATIONAL. DANK,
NASHVILLE, TENN., April 6, T!*>S.
rnor. T. F. DRAr^noN. ritrs-PRAVGno::'.;.":.
TicAL BUSINESS COLLEGE, NASHVILI.E,'IKNN.
DEAR SIR:-The lime for which you deposited
$ioo three months ago to-day as a'forfc-.t under
vour proposition to Rive $ioo to any charitable
institution in Nashville fend ?too to nny Business
College south of the Ohio Uiver, if yon cou td not
show more written applications for*Bookkeep-, rs
r>:id Stenographers during the PAST FJVK
MONTHS than any other Business Collegesoulh
of Hie Ohio River could show in the PAST FI vi-:
VEA RS, has this day expired, and, no demand
having been made, thc same is now held subject
lo your check. Respectfully,
W. F. DANG, Cashier.
N. Ti.-A certificate of deposit for the nonce
was published id thc daily p ipers of Nashville,
the ?inctxnatti Enquirer, the Atlanta Comstflif
tiott, au.; thirty thousand circulars, giving: the
colle-es thre? months' l>??< io accept.-Nash'
ville J Kiih Auierii?it, ..;.'.? it ;\ jSftJ.
Write I ROI*. J. F. DRAUOUON, Nashville, Tenn.,
for his free Catalogue.
XI NET IT-SIX < JO UNT V.
To ALL WHOM IT MAT COXCKKX :
I AT . v___ -
rvS^KlCi?Ti? hereov given that an'ap
plication wi41 be made to the General
Assembly of the Slate of Soul li Caro
lina, at its next sitting-, for the passage
of an act establishing from portions ol'
Edgefield and Abbeville counties a
new county to be known as Green
wood cornily with tlx; county gent at
the town of Greenwood. The I'uHoiv
ing shall be thc Metes and bounds of
the said new county cf Greenwood :
This to be a legal notice lu case the
area for the formation of new counties
be reduced by the (.'oust ?tut ional Con
Should t be area not be reduced, we
will ask that our bill of last session bc
considered. The said new county of
Greenwood, under reduced aren, to be
bounded as follows: Commencing in
the middle of Sal?ala river at tlie
Cokesbury and Donnold township line
rup. said line to the C. ct G. Kai I road,
thence a straight line to the Douglas
Mill Bridge on Long Cane creek,
thence a straight line to the seven
mile post on the Greenwood and Abbe
ville Hoad, thence a straight line tn
the mouth of Gray's Branch on Curl
tail creek, thence down Curllail creek
to its mouth on Long Cane creek,
thence down Long Cane creek to Jor
dan's old mill, thence a straight line
to where Puckett Branch crosses the
Barksdale's Ferry Road; thence a
straight Hue to Winter Seat bridge
on Hard Labor creek; thence down the
public road to Shinburg bridge on
Cuffatown creek: thence a straight
line to where the Newciit road crosses
Gray and Pine Grove township line;
thence up Pine Grove township line to
Halfway Swamp creek on the Char
leston road; thence down Halfway
Swamp creek to the centre of Saluda
river,and up the middle of Saluda riv
er to the beginning.
W. L. DURST, I
Aug. 21 -lm Chair, of Com.
Flat to be Built.
llIE Township board will be at
Shaws and Mackies .Mill on Stevens
Creak on Satiuday September 14th at
10 o'clock, a. m., for the purpose of let
ting the li?t to be built there, reserving |
the right to reject any and all bids.
M.A. WHITTLE, Sup.
I*. B. LANHAM,
J. P. ATKINS.
i ? ^MI J L.'.Vail 1.1 J I lt-^
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT? Fora
prompt answer and an honest opinion, wrlto to
I>1 II NN & CO., who have had nearly fifty years'
experience In tho patent business. Communica
tions strictly confidential. A II und bo ok of In
formation concerning l'ntentn and bow to ob
tain thom sent free. Also a catalogue of mechan
ical and scientific books sont freo.
Patents taken through .Munn & Co. receive
special notice in the Scientific A in cri rn n, and
thug aro brought widely before the publie with
out cost to the Inventor. This splendid papor.
Issued weekly, elegantly Illustrated, has by far tho
largest circulation of any scientific work In the
world. SS a year. Fnninlc conloB sent free.
Building Edition, monthly, fl50 a year. Singlo
conies, ii 5 cents. Kvery number contains beau
tiful plates, In colors, and photographs of new
houses, with plans, enabling builders to show the
latest designs and secure contracts. Address
MUNN & CO., NEW VOUK, 3U1 BKOADWAY.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
Din application will be made ul ?be
next sining of the Legislature for es
tablishing lt new County, to be known
as Ninety-Six County, with the Coun
ty Seat located in the town of Ninety
Six, out nf purl ions of Abbeville, Edge
Held, Newberry, and Laurens Coun
I ?es as follows :
Comers at or near Boyd's Mill on
Saluda river; at or near Whitehall,
Abbeville County; at ??:. near Hirie
se vs: al or near Good Mope, ??dgedeld
County: at or near Vaughville, New
berry County: thence back to or near
Boyds Mill, Laurens County.
li. .1. KIN ARD; Secy. **
DBS FOR FAMILY USE.
f furnishing absolutely pure WHISKIES, WINES, BRANDIES dec,
are distillers, are in a position to furnish a better article al a more
? afford to do.
st Home Rye" Six Years Old
;r gallon and prepay all express charges.
?es quauity than two gallons, but orders may be divided among
, very close margin we cannot allow time on shipments, consequently
Price List, Reference &c, &c.
THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO.,
VIPORTKRS & WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS, BOX 290,
THE SOUTH AND NORTH AMERICAN
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO LLOYDS
H. A. SMITH, General Co. Ag't. for Edge
THE LLOYDS system, established in 1G88, (over two centurias
ago) by Edward Lloyd, is made now more thorough iud perfect
through regular business progression. A LLOYDS COMPANY HAS
NEVER FAILED. MANY PROMINENT BUSINESS MEN AR E
IN IT, because, as business people, they are bound to accept the s.-.
lng feature of the Lloyds, coupled with rqual, if not greater reliabili
ty than i* oflfeipd by any other insurance in existence. The Lloyds
offer a uniform cut of fifteen per cent, on th** old line prices, and in
case of excessive rates having been made, Uley jil ve even greater rel .i-f
than this. Amouji our policy holders in Edgefield we Dame a fe w:
Jones it Son, E. J. Norri?, Alvin Uart. W. B. Penn, Mrs A. E. Lev is,
Mrp. S.A. Dozier, Jas. A. Bennet, R. P. Holloway, K. L. Fox. The
most prominent Northern corporations and concerns, well known in
the South, are in the Lloyds, such as Austin, Nichols & Co., Simpson,
Crawford it Simpson, Postal Cable it Telegraph Co., of New York,
Jordan, March it Co., Edison Electric Light, Co. nf Boston, Sprecklee
Sugar Refining Co., J. B. Lippincott it Co. of Philadelphia, P. Lorri
lard & Co., of Jersey City, Armstrong, Calor it Co.. Burnell it Co.
Henry Swinboru it Co., Daniel Miller & Co, of Baltimore. IN SOUTH
CAROLINA the largest concerns are in it. Applications for Insu
rance received at The ADVERTISER Office.
May 1, 1895.
JOHNSTON and EDGEFIELD,
Vehicles of all Kinds,
FURNITURE and COFFINS.
Fine Harness, Saddles,
t aii Ansia Coil Giis ana
Large SfecRof Eliges, cijeepe^ OooQ.
HAnn J IRON WORKS ANC
BMr?U I SUPPI^Y^COMPANY
Machinery and Supplies. Repays, et?f Quickly Made.
t^ST' Get our Prices before you buy.
WM. SeMWEI6ERT & 00.,
Has all the Newest Goods of the Season in
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
LADIES SHIRT WAIST SETS in Gold and Silver. LADIES
FINE SILVER BELT BUCKLES with fine Silk Ribbon. STERLING
SILVER SPOONS and FORKS lower than ever before.
Watch and Clock Repairing Promptly Attended to by Competent
COR. BROAD and ITH ST TEE T,
WHAT DO YOU THINK!
LEWIS F. yVULIOAR.
937 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.,
IS SELLING AN OAK MANTEL FOR $3.00, AND ONE
WITH A 15x24 GLASS, A TILE HEARTH, A TILE FACING,
AND A BRONZE FACING FOR JUST $17.00.
Palmetto Business College,
WILLISTON, S. C.,
Next Session Begins Sept. 26, 1895.
One of the most complete Commercial College.-; in the Sou^h.
Tuition rates reasonable. First class board $8.00 per mouth. We
have large and comfortable Dormitories that will accommodate one
hundred and fifty boarding students. Military regulations. Perfect
For further particulars, address.
J. E. A. Whitlock,
July 16-tf. PRESIDENT.
Wo7ford~Co5eie; 1 FRENCH BEEF'
JAS. H. CARLISLE, L L, D., Pres.
A. fi. REM BERT, Head Master,
Expenses for ono year, from
1150 to $200.
Next Session begins Oct. 1, 1895.
- For Catalogue, address
J. A. G A ME WE LL,
Spartan burg, S. C.
TlIE regular quarterly meeting of
the Edffelleld Hussars has been post
poned to Thursday, August 22nd, at
iii" Pavilion, La II hain's Spring. By
L. R. BK?KSOK, Capt.
W. II. Ryan, O. S.
Now is "he time to take
My name is Nonna? ;
On the Grampian hills
Aly father feeds his Hock.
The report that I had gone out
of business, or contemplated that
step, isa mistake. lam ?till on
the ground Moor and have reduced
the price of beef to 5 and 8 ct-nls.
I'll always be glad to Bee my friends
and to make more friends.
To make more friends
To sell more beef
And sell more beef
To make more friends.
and Tri rpm pl iv, A n pn H m. fia.
No theory. No text booka. Act uni bus [nef ? fron
day of entering. College poods, money and bunine*
paper* used. R. K. fure tinid to Augusta.
write for handsomely IlluBtrnted catalogue.
New Goods ! New Goods ! !
W. J. McKERALL, A GT.,
EDGEFIELD, S. C.,
ALWAYS SN THE LEAD.
! /. C. LE yY & CO., I
TA IL OR-F I'J CLOTHIERS,
j AUGUSTA, - GEORGI^.
Have now in store their entire
FALL AND WINTER STOCK OF CLOTHING
The largest stock ever shown in Augusta. We aim to carry goods whic.i are
not only intrinsically good, but which also, in pattern, style, and finish',
gratify a cultivated and discriminating taste, and at the same tune, we aim to
make our prices so low the closest buyers will be our steadiest, customers
Polite attention to all. A call will be appreciated.
I. C. LEVY & CO.
TAILOR-FIT CLOTHIERS, AUGUSTA, GA
YOUR ATTENTION ?
IIP YOU ?3 EED:
Cooli Steves, Stove Pans, Stove Pipe, Tinware, Well Buckets,
Loaded Shells, r.anned Goods, Confeetionaries.
Evaporators Repaired or made to Order.
LARGEST COOK STOVE FOR THE MONEY.
Coffee Pots, Milk Buckels, and Covered Buckets made from the best of
Tin in the market. Repairs for Cook Stoves I sell, kept in stock. Call
on or address
CHAS. A.. AUSTIN,
JOHITSTOIT, S. O.