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WEDNESDA ?, JAN. 19.
Miff* Virginia Addison is visit
ing in Greenville.
Tho ?ogislntur^ luis extended the
time for paying hixes to Feb. 20th.
Dr. W. J. Hill bought eleven
mules in Augusta Inst week for
himself and others.
.Mrs. Hattie Adams and Miss
Effie Allen have returned from a
visit to friends at Trenton.
Bradley's Ammoniated Dissolv
ed Bone, Stono Acid Phosphate,
for sale by W. W. Adams.
The Edgefield Musical Club will
meet at Miss Ida Sheppard's next
Economy is a rough road to
travel, but it Jeads to the village of
Misses Ada Lou and Ella Mob
ley are visiting the family of Mr.
Mr. Horace Dorn and his fair
young bride visited the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs^ Rufus Dorn,
last week. . .
Some mothers are never satis
fied that tiny have washed their
childrens faces clean until their
kisses taste soapy. ,
We can supply you with blank
mortgages, contracts, liens, etc.
Send us your orders, and we will
give them prompt attention.
See the municipal registration
notice in this issue of the ADVER
TISER, and make haste to get your
name in the pot.
On next Sunday afternoon Dr.
Gwaltuey will preach a prohibi
tion sermon in our Baptist church.
Everybody is invited to attend.
Mr. Johu C. Mayson, who lives
on Mr. Branson Hollingworth's
plantation, had the misfortune to
lose his barn by fire one day last
week. No insurance.
On Saturday morning lat ? about
9 o'clock, the Cain house, in our
southern suburbs, was destroyed
by fire. There was no insurance.
The house was the property of the
estate of the late Lawrence Cain.
The old Dorn gold mine is to be
worked again. This property has
been leased by a company of
Northern capitalists and the ma
chinery has been ordered. The
lease is for five years.
In this i?sue of the ADVERTISER
Probate Judge Bailey, of Green
ville, advertises for sale the lauds
of the estate of the late Dr. Thos.
Lake. The sale will be made at
WANTED-An agent in every
county to represent a good re.ia
ble Fire Insurance Company, du'y
licen.-ed. Address A. H. MONTEITH,
JR., Columbia, S. C.
i he change in our railroad
schedule in effect from last Mon
day is very important. We now
have three trains a da}'; leaving
at 5.00 and S.20 a. m. and 2.20 p.
m., and arriving at 1.00, 3.o5 and
6.55 p. m.
Mr. Walter Adams, who moved
to Texas about three years ago, has
returned to Edgefield. He will be
associated with his brother, W. W.
Adams, in the merca ?tile business.
Walter's many friends wil be glad
to know of his return to his old
Baldwin's Ammoniated Dissolv
ed Bone, Baldwin's Bone Potash,
Baldwin's Acid Phosphate, now
ready for delivery at W. W.
Miss Susan Do$i died at her
home near our town on Friday last
and was buried in our village
cemetery on the day following, Dr.
Gwaltuey preaching the funeral
sermon in our Baptist church, of
which church deceased was a mem
ber for many years previous to her
George Lanier, of the Mt. Ver
non section, says that turkeys are
laying and guinea hens are "fixing"
to lay, and this is earlier than he
ever knew such things to happeu.
What it means or portends George
did not know, nor do we. Does it
mean that cotton will go to 11
cents in February.
Maps of Edenfield county, con
taining both Saluda and Green
wood, for sale at this office.
We desire to acknowledge the
receipt of a very handsome and
valuable book, viz; The Annual
Catalogue of High Grade Seeds
issued by Messrs T, W. Wood &
Sons, Richmond, Va. Twenty
years experience and siudy of the
requirements of the South has
enabled this firm to produce a
manual of the farra and garden
complete in every detail. Among
the many interesting subjects
coutained in this book will be
found a calendar which enables
the farmer aud gardener to have
fresh vegetables on their tables
every day in the year, at a very
small cost. This is indeed a luxury.
The information concerning the
cultivaci?n of all crops is very
useful and practical, not only
giving in full the most improved
methods of culture, but also cailing
attention to those crops which
yield the largest profits. The repu
tation which this firm has won is a
sufficient guarantee of the quality
of the seeds which they handle.
We think that every one in any
way connected with farming or j
?arden i ng should have this book.
It if sent fre? to all who apply to
the above named firm.
Dr. Montague at Parksville.
We have received the following
communication from Rev. G. W.
Busscy which will explain itself:
"The chairman of the program
committee, J. C. Morgan, of the
1st division of the Edgefield Asso
ciation, authorizes rn? lo say that
Dr. Montague, the new president
of Furman University, has con
sented to he with us at Rehoboth
at our niling meetion, and will
speak Sunday evening on the sub
ject of Christian education. He
will speak on Friday night before
on the same subject at Parksville.
Hone we may have a large audience
to bear him."
Incendiarism in Saluda.
From our Saluda correspondent
we get the following:
On last Friday night Mr. J. M.
Forrest's barn was set on fire. He
discovered the fire about 9 o'clock
p. m., at which time it had made
little headway, and by hard work
for a few minutes it was extin
guished with slight damage. Sev
eral negroes suspected of having
committed the deed were arrested
on Saturday, but nothing being
gotten from them to indicate their
guilt, they were released. The
community is greatly wrought up
over the matter, and if the fiends
could be caught it might not be
well for them. It wiil be remem
bered that Mr. Forrest's dwelling
was burned several months ago. It
was then thought that his house
caught fire by accident, but now it
is thought that, also, was the work
"Worthy of thc Patronage of the
Mr. D. R. Durisoe is again in the
insurance business, and now rep
resents the Provident Savings Life
Assurance Society of New York
an old time company, established
in 1875, safe, sound and reliable,
and eminently worthy of the pa
tronage of the people. Besides, its
several new and varied plans of
life insurance are simple, easily
comprehended and attractive,
while its premium rates are more
in accordance with the present
hard times than any other reliable
lif'' insurance company we wot of.
In fact, The Provident Life's poli
cies are as solid as the Rock of
Gibraltar, and no good company
can issue a better one, or one at
more satisfactory rates. Mr. Dnri
sce's advertisement will appear in
our next issue. In the meantime
should you nernl a life insurance
policy call on Mr Durisoe.
On Sunday evening of this week
Rev. P. P. Blalock delivered a ser
mon in our Baptist church. Tho
text was taken from the fifth chap
ter of Matthew, "Ye are the light
of the world." This discourse!
from beginning to end was full of
the noble and inspiring flights of
thought from a soul in touch with
the purer and sweeter influences of
a better world. So it seemed to
those who listened, awakening in
them also ideas more ennobling
thau one i? accustomed to expe
rience amid the daily routine of
cares and temptations. Yet it was
all practical and full of the force
which gives an impetus to the
flagging energies of the soul.
While Brother Blalock is a lover
of theyeung and delights in their
pleasurable enjoymentc, he does
not fear to speak to them "the
whole council of God" in reference
to those popular but sinful amuse
ments of the day to which so-call
ed society is so wedded. May he
be with us many more days to
guide us with his wise counsels.
Fertilizers I Fertilizers !
First c!a-s Amraoniated Goods.
High Grade Acid Phosphate,
Granby and Patapsco Brands. .Buy
these old true and tried brands.
Can deliver in car lots at any de
pot in thc county.
E. J. NORRIS,
Agent Patapsco Guano. Co. and
Columbia Phos. Co.
In One Day.
Koli of Honor Edgefield Insti
HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT.
Calhoun Mays, Ella Allen, Julia
Anderson, Emmie Cartledge, Floy
Reddick, Julia Tompkins, Zana
Timmerman, Kate Sheppard, Rhett
Sheppard, Fanny Sheppard.
Art Brunson, Wad Allen, Fannie
Belanger, Lizzielou Jones, Frank
Jones, Madge Mays, Lutil Holston,
Faunie Schenk, Lucile Sheppard,
Maxcie Sheppard, Ethel Maye,
Eloise Parker, Bean Walker, Alma
Earline Allen, Edwardina Bla
lock, Alfred Covur, Baldwin Car
wile, Lola Cheatharn, Sarah Dich,
Lina Dobey, Conrad Dobey, Ellen
Dunovant, Idonia Gray, Teresa
Haltiwanger, Arnoldus Lewis, Do
zier Lynch, Maisie Mays, Jamie
Peak, "Mattie kee Schenk, James
Sheppard, Josephine Woodson.
??3 One Day.
Deeds and Mortgage?, Liens, Chat
tel Mortgages, etc., for sale at this
Historian Chapman Makes An
. sw er.
MB. EDITOR: A friend has juRt
called my attention to the letter
of Capt. J. J. Bunch printed in the
ADVERTISER of Dec. 22nd.
Chapman, tbo writer of the his
tory of Edgefield, did not make nor
invent any of 'he army rolls that
are printed in that book. He copied
from the rolls which he found in
the adjutant general's office in Co
lumbia, and from others which
were 6ent him by surviving officiers
and members of the different com
panies. Thus acting as copiest
only he cannot be held responsible
for any errors which may be found
therein, excepting only clerical
and typographical, of which, no
doubt, there are some.
Capt. Bunch joined the company
in March, 1863. One of the men
whose name he objects to as not
belonging to the roll, was discharg
ed in 1862, some time before he
joined. The roll as urinted ia the
book says that C. M. Adams was
killed in a skirmish February,
1865. Capt.Bunch says: "I guess
it was 17th March." Again the
book says that Thos. R. Williams
died of disease at Petersburg Sep
tember, 1864. Capt. Buucb says
he was killed near Burgess Mill in
Virginia November, 1864. Mr.
Chapman is very glad to learn that
Bro. W. H. Mays did not lose a
leg at Trevillian and that he has
two good legs now.- He was sick
and not in that battlo. UA few
days later," writes Capt. Bunch,
"near New Kent C. H. (I believe
it was) Wm. Holloway and T. E.
Seago were severely wounded."
As to the accuracy and relia
bility of the rolls generally, for
the edification ol Capt. Bunch, it
is nothing but proper to state that]
Chapman, the writer of the histoiy
'of E.dgefield, was a member of Co.
D, 19th Reg't S. C. V., T. P. Shaw,
colonel, and Manigault, brigadier.
The roll of Co. D. is on file in the
office in Columbia. It was pre
pared in 1882 by the last surviving
captain of the company, and in
that roll does not appear the name
of tho captain who was elected at
Corinth, Miss., at the re-organiza
tiou in May, 18G2, and who was
killed at Atlanta July 28tb, 1864.
His name does not appear on the
roll at all, neither as private, cor
poral, sergeant nor captain. It has
its rightful place in the printed
book. Then again, Chapman, the
writer of the history of Edgefield,
was wounded the night of the 29th
of May, 1864, Sunday night after
midnight, racking it May 30th.
On the roll as it is iu the office in
Columbia he was wounded at At
lanta, when in fact he had been
lying helpless" in the hospital for
tyo mouths before the battles at
Atlanta. The writer of the history
could not possibly do otherwise
than copy the rolls as he found
them, except when he knew there
were errors, and then it was his
duty to correct them.
If Capt. J. J. Bunch wanta to do
a great service to the State and to
his old comrades, let him take time
and carefully prepare a full, com
plete aud correct roll of his corn
pauy and send it to Col. J. P.
Thomas, who has been appointed
by the State to collect the rolls
and who is now engaged in that
work. And let every surviving
soldier of old Edgefield buy a copy
of Chapman's history, read it for
the good that is in it, (and he will
find much); read carefu ly the
rolls as printed, note the errors,
and then meet and compare and
send the result of their labors to
Col. Thomas and he will be glad
and they will not be sorry for so
doing. This will be much better
than finding fault because there
are errors in some of the rolls.
Some of them aro very nearly cor
If Capt. Bunch and the survi"
ing soldiers of Edgefield will pur
sue this course they will gladden
the heart of the historian and
make him feel that he has been of
great use to them. Tho corrected
rolls they can insert at the proper
places in the book. This will be
a much better employment than
quarrelling with Chapman for
failing to do what it was simply
impossible for any man to do.
JOHN A. CHAPMAN.
A Gospel Temperance Meeting.
On next Sabbath, at 3:30 p. m.,
a Gospel Temperance meeting will
be held at the Baptist church. To
this meeting all citizens are cor
The Liquor Tra^p in our State
is again on trial.
Have you earnest convictions
and wishes touching this import
ant matter? If so, attend this
meetlug and express in some posi
tive form your convictions and
your purpose. Can you afford to
I. R. GWALTNEY,
D. Z. DA?TZLER,
R. W. ANDERSON.
German Kainit and Nitrato of
Soda for sale by W. W. Adams.
The Union Meeting pf the 1st
division of the Edgefield Associa
tion will meot with the Edgefield
Baptist Church on Saturday be
fore the 5th Sunday in this month.
Organization at 10 o'clock a. m.,
after which verbal reports will be
heard from the differeut churches
in this association.
Introductory sermon to be
preached by Rev GW Bussey;
alternate Rev J P Mealing.
Charity sermon to be preached
by DrGwaltney; alternate. Rev G
The committee on suggestion
and queries at our Inst meeting
suggest ed that at our next meeting
there be free discussions or the
1st. Home missions.
2nd. Denominational schools.
3rd. Sunday school libraries.
Standing committee on sugges
tion and queries for the year, one
i'rom each church, as follows:
Gilgal-J J Griffie.
Stevens Creek-J M Bell, Jr.
Berea-A L Timmerman.
Mountain Creek-J W Aiton.
Bethany-W A Cheatham.
Bold Spring-Walter Rodgers.
Edgefield-T B Lanham.
R. T. STROM, Mod'r.
T. E. BYRD, Clerk.
The Union Meeting of the 2nd
division of the Edgefield Associa
tion will convene with the Reho
both Baptist Church of Christ on
Saturday before the 5th Sunday in
January, A. D. 1898, at 10 A. M.
Missionary sermon and Sunday
evening services to be provided for.
Query No. 1. The duty of a
positive as distinct from a nega
tive Christian character. Speak
ers, R A Cochran, P H Bussey.
Query No. 2. How can the num
ber of contributions to our Lord's
work be increased? Speakers, C
E Qunrle?, W H Nixon.
Query No. 3. What does a Chris
tian owe to Iiis church? Speakers,
M M Brown, J C Harvely.
Query No. 4. The evil of a
moderate use of intoxicants as
beverages. Speakers, J M Morgan,
Dr. D A J Bell.
Query No. 5. The visible church
and the purpose for which it exists
in the world? Speakers, Rev J T
Littlejohn, Rev W A"Hart, Rov.
G W Bussey.
S. E. FREELAND, Sec'tv
Cburches of the lower d'
Ridge Association will hold
next union meeting at Eb' -. ?
church on the 29th-30th of
month. Following is the p: .?i : i
Saturday a. in. Ol :30-Devotio .
exercises, conducted by to :
liam Enrollment of delegates
and reports from churches.
12 m. Discussion of quemes.
No 1. "What is the offect of in
consistent christians upon the pro
progiess of the church." Speak
ers-J H Edwards, W W Johnson,
Adjourn for dinner.
1 p. m. Querry No 2. "Can a
church member who habitually
drinks whiskey do any effectual
work for the Master?" by B F Lew
is, L G Swearingen, J H Watson
and Rev. A J Reamy.
No 3. "Are we not drifting away
in practice from the apostolic
church ?"-Speakers-Re v. Bishop,
J H Pearcey, H W Jackson.
No 4. "How can Sunday school
teachers best prepare th- mselves
to teach?" by Dr. R H Timmer
man, Dr J B Courtney and W D
Sunday, 10.30 a m. Song and
praise service conducted by WD
ll a m Sunday school.
ll :30 Sermon by Rev A J
Reamy; alternate C G Bradford.
Adjourn for pinner.
2 p. m. Short Sunday school ad
dresses by Bro. G. W. Scott, J C
Lewis J J Watson, Wiley Satcher,
B F Lewis, Sec.
In One Dav.
Assessment of Property.
For the purpose of assessing prop
erty Auditor Haltiwanger will beat]
Edgefield from Jan. 1st to Jan. 5th.
Trenton, Thursdaj, Jan. 6
Johnston, Friday, M
Elmwood, Saturday, "
Pleasant Lane, Monday, " 10 j
S. Cheatham's store, Tuesday, " ll
Red Hill, Wednesday, " 12
Colliers, Thursday, M 13
W. Cheatham's store, Friday, " 14
Clark's Hill, Saturday, ? 15
Modoc, Monday, " 17
Harksville, Tuesday. ? 18
Plum Branch, Wednesnay, " 19
Longmires, Thursday, il 20
Quarles', Friday/ " 21
And at Edgefield C. H. to Feb. 20th,
1898. After which date 50 per cent
penalty will be added to the personal
property of all persons who have fail- j
ed to make their returns,
In One Day.
?ll Her MI
Mr. E. D. Jenkins, of Lithonia, Ga.,
Says that his daughter, Ida, inherited ?
severe case of Eczema, which thc usual
.mercury and potash remedies failed to
relieve. Year by year she was treated
with various medicines, external appli
cations and internal remedies, without
result Ker sufferings were intense,
and her condition grew steadily worse.
All the so-called blood remedies did not
seem to reach thc dis
ease at all until S.
S.S. was given, when
was at once noticed.
The medicine was
continuecd with fav
orable results, and
now she is cured
sound and well, h*r
skin is perfectly
clear and pure and
she has been saved
from what threat
ened to blight her life forever.
S.S.S. (guaranteed purely vegetable)
cureo Eczema, Scrofula, Cancer, Rheu
matism, or any other blood trouble.
It is a real blood remedy and always
cures even after all else fails.
A Real Blood Remedy*
Take a blood remedy for a blood diseace;
a tonic won't cure it.
on blood and ^
ikin diseases Q
mailed free to ra
Swift Spec i fie feg
Co., Atlanta, ^*
Great bargains in school books, new
and second hand. All kinds. Also
line Bibles, Albums and Holiday
Goods. We make a specialty of Pic
ture Framing and Photo Frames, Art
ist's Materials, etc.
830 Bread St., Augusta, Ga.
New Orleans Fri ire,
635 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.
Fruits of all Kinds, Confectionery,
Fancy Baskets, Singing Birds
and Cagpp, Apples, Or
anges. Bananas. Grape
Fruit, Dates, Prunes
Frpn^li fliini-1 inc
.? s taw. ?KS
and vicinity, will consult
their interest by writing
Standard Manufacturing Co.
For prices on Sash, Doors
Blinds, Shingles, Laths
Lumber, or in Yellow Pine
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. _
Mrs. B. N. Buckley,
625 Broad Street,
AUGUSTA, - GEORGIA.
PENS ARD INKS.
?J?T All articles required by
schoold or the trade always kept on
. SPORTING GOODS, S
1 -AT- o
SJ r llbaSIIV I lll?i> i VS ?
. 557 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA. ?
SATE MONEY! SATE 7IE!
By sending your Fall and
Winter Clothing at once to
814 JACKSON ST.,
Remona ber we Clean and Re-dye
Gentlemen's Suits without ripping.
Crepe and Silk Veils finished
equal to new.
Gent's Felt Hats cleaned.
Kid Gloves cleaned 10c per pair
WRITE FOR PRICE LIST.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Cour! of Probate.
For Belief.- G?riiplaint Served.
P O Thurmond, as administrator
'of ib-.' estate of T O Thurmond,
T W Thufincnd, P E Thurmond,
Mary W Thurmond, II O Thur
mond, 0 II Thurmond, K J
Thurmond, H J Thurmond, B E
Thurmond and OS Thurmond.
To the Defendants TW Thurmond,
P E Thurmond, Mary W Thur
mond, H O Thurmond. C H
'i burmond, E J Thurmond, II J
Thurmond, B E Thurmond and
O S Thurmond :
You arr: hereby summoned and
required to answer the Complaint
in this action of which a copy
is herewith served upon you
and to serve a copy of your an
swer to the said Co m pl ai nt ou the
subscriber at his office, Edge
field C. H., S.C., within twenty
days after the service hereof, ex
clusive of the day of such sr ry i ce ;
and if you fail to answer thc Com
plaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this action will ap
ply to the Court for the relief de
manded in the Cornplaiut.
Dated Dec. 29;h. 1897.
J. WAL THUBMOND, '
Plaintiffs Alt orne v,
Attest:-J. D. ALLKK, ?L. S.]
J. P. E. C.
To T W Thurmond, Mary W Thur
mond, H O Thurmond, C II
Thurmond, E J Thurmond, H J
Thurmond, B E Thurmond and
O S Thurmond, non-resident de
Yon will pienso lake notice thal
the Comp'ainl in the above enti
tled action lias this day been filed
iu the office of the Judge of Pro
bate for the county ol' Edgefield
in the State of South Carolina.
? Dated Dec. 291 h. 1S97.
J. WAI. TU UK MOND,
Attest-J. D? ALLES, [L. S.]
J. 1*. E. C
STA i.E OV SOUTH CAROLINA,
EDG .*.: PIE LD COUNTY.
Couri of Com ni on Pleas.
Zella A. Paul;, Abner B. Co var et
al., against A. T. Govar.
PURSUANT to the decree in this
cause, I will resell at the riele
of the former purchaser at * pub
lic outcry b fore the Court House,
town of Edgefield and State of
South Carolina cn the first Mon
day iu February. ?S9S
Terms of Sah; : One-lh?rct-easb,
the balance on a credit of ono and
two years with interest from the
day of sale. Purchaser to giv?
bond and a mortgage of the pxem
ises to secure the payment of the
credit portion or all cash at the
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH.
Jan. 12, '93. Master E. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Court of Common Pleas.
A. S. Tompkins against Moses
PURSUANT to the judgment
foreclosure in this cause. I will of
fer for sale at public outcry before
the Cooit House, town of Edge
field and State of South Carolina
on the firs! Monday in February,
1898, (being the 7th day of said
month) between !he legal hours of
sale, the following described realty,
All that lot, piece and parcel of
land situate, lying and being in
Edgefield county and State of
South Carolina and containing
one and three-quarters (Hy) acres,
more or less, being lots Nos. 2 .md
o as shown by a plat made by Fred
Fowell. Esq., surveyor, Nov. 20,
1891, and beiuga part of tho Lewis
Jones Homestead j bounded on the
north by the New Street and Lewis
Jones' boniest* a i : South by laud
of J. W. DeVore, Esq. j cast by lot
No. 4 ol' said plat, and west by lot
of Mose Eidson.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash
and the balance on a* credit cf one
year wit h in i er. st from the day of
sale. Purchaser to give bond and
a mortgage of the premises to se
cure thc payment of the credit
portion, or ali cash at the pur
Purchaser to pay for papers.
W. F. ROATH,
Jan. 12,59S. Master E. C.
?Sew Restaurant Just* opened for La
dies and Gentlemen
833 Broadway, - iiipsta, Ga.
Everything first class, noth
mg but first-class (?rici rios.
CoiFee and '?'eas will hv. used.9
(Jive us a cal!.
J. E. CLANCEY, M?m
The Advertiser and Confederate
Veteran wit i be sent one year for
#2.00; Advertiser and Cosmopoli
tan for $2.40; Advertiser and At
lanta Constitution for $J.00.
Owing ?o the Large
wo have had, i? was necessary itiaijw? sho?id hayeanoth
Our buyer went direct to fr,be markets and Ijas just r stuhl
chased au immense stock-all Now ai:d Stylist) Patterns
that we are going to sell them at a lower li ?ure iban Oil
CHANTS CHU possibly buy them. Cone rmi.seo ':? 'JIS
.\: ?V f.
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We bog to respectfully rall the at ton; iou of the insuri
public to our Insurance Agency located in the rear
Farmers T?a:.k. We represent only, first, class reliable C
pan ?es in all of our departments, as our customers will
to. Among them arc the following:
?ETNA INSUEANCE CO., Assets over...$ 11,01
CONTINENTAL IN'S. CO.. Assets over 8,0!
PENNSYLVANIA INS. CO.. Assets over ?
WESTERN ASSTJRANCE CO.. Assets over l',0t
P. ra nc h
We will write business anywhere in Edgefield or
Counties. We represent the Mutual Reneflt ?ife I:.- -
Company; which pays the largest dividends of r.r?y li .
pany doing business in this part of the country and :
paid annually, thereby reducing the premium every year;
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
We wish to cal) your attention to the very line assortment of Dri
Supplies we carry in stock, viz : Drugs, Chemicals,'Medicinal
(Patent and Proprietary), Foods for infants and Invalid ?Perl
Combs, Tooth, Nail,'Hair and Shaving Brushes in endless variety.' ]
Goods, a fal] assortment, also a full line of sun tries too humen
li gars and Cigarettes..
:PIEOSC1^I2^TX02:7 o 3DZE3.P-A.I :
You select your physician, why not select your ?iruggi ?
but pure drugs and chemicals, and donor substitute in c; ?ewe I a
article prescribed. Our prices are low and within the rea :h of ::
service. Hr. F. Bcrkhan, Ph. G., of Charleston, who has over 20 years ax]
Hence has charge nf this department. Give us a tr: d and be e.r. iii
* O * SODA ?A^S?,. \
If you are out walking or l iding stop and try one cf cur var"
ing drinks or Bon Bons made from the choicest fruit. IceCr?am Soda .
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Respectfully,
WI ill .
?U2 BROAD STREET,
No. 5 WARREN BLOCK.
AUGUSTA; GA., October ll. IS97.
Tn ;.: FIRM OF HULL & TOBIN isthis day -dissolved
?sent, P. B. Tobin having sold ou his interest to Asbury Hull,
will contract business on his own acoiiin!. All the assets c.;' ,
the property of Asbury Hull, who assumes hil rh" liabilitie .
' A S li CK Y HULL.
P. ii. T03IN.
AUGUSTA, GA.,'October 21, :
MR. P. B. TOBIN announces that he has sold bis inl
Augusta Cotton aud Compress Co., retired from th? firm
Tobin, and organized the P. B. Tobin Cotton Co., of which h
President. Having thus disposed, of all bis other cot?
entire time and attention will be devoted co that of bi
and planters and merchants generali}*, who may favor bim n
The firm has ample means and facilities for advancii
upon crops during the spring and summer, and on cotton ia :.
Mr. Tobin's eighteen )'ears experience as a Col ion F
Exporter is a guarantee of very best results to his patrons.
PIANTIS ID IEEGMTS.
t Having purchased the entire in
terest of P; iL Tobin in the firm
? of Hull & Tobin, winch means ail
! notes, acct un ts or obligations to ?
: them, I will continue thp Co:to:: |
j Factorage business in all its
j branches as heretofore conducted
i b}' the late firm, giving ::: my pi r
j soualattention. I will imtkeJib- . ' ?
j eral advances to any one desiring
! lb hold their cotton this season', |
and oi?er to all friends and'patrons f
such accommodai ions as are-nec
essary to make tho uexl year's crop. .
The business is being conducted
at the old stand.
j AUGUSTA, GA.
'.'vf i iTTiLu- . A.-;. >.'^.- .
What is The Use cf Paying
PER DAY FOR HOTEL ACCOMMODAT EC
GET THE BEST AND MOST COMFORT , L
FOR 50 OR 75 CBNfS
PER DAY AND TAKE YOL R MEALS WHERE YOU PLEAS
GET THE BEST.
PAY FOR ONLY WHAT YOU GET AND NO M?O ! .
THE COMMERCIAL EC L
L the only European Plan Hotel in Augusta, Ga. Y ...ur ; ?? :
solicited. S. C. Vc Ga. trains pass the door.
Iv. Jp. PGTTYJOHK, Frop-i-.