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Ert afield Advertiser
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. f
?ON T YOU?
Hear the chimes
Of brighter times
Jingling dollars-tingling dimes.
Sweeter roses-sweeter rhymes
Hear the chimes
Of brighter times!
The snow, the snow, the beautiful
The jay bird, the sparrow, and also the
Put their footsies ?in the beautiful
- - -J. Gordon Coogler.
Cotton is sure 7 cents in Augusta.
"Eggvancement" time is right on us,
and the^'leen" has about opened.
Don't forget the lecture to-morrow?
Thursday nighr., for the oenent of the
S. C. C. 1. boys.
Our. March term of coure begins on
the second Monday, the 12th. Judge
Watts will preside.
"What would this world be without a
woman? A perfect blank-like a sheet
of paper-not even ruled.
Milk the heifer with first calf as long
as you can get a drop, clear up to the
second calf. This will make her a bet
The Cbunty Teachers' Association
will meet at Ridge Spring on March
4th next. See programme in another
Well, if all the other fruit has been
killed by the blizzard, we can certainly
depend upon having blackberries and
See notice of meeting of County
Pension Board in another column.
This meeting is set for the 2nd day of j
. Capt. Blocker, the neve ly elected
clerk of the Board of County Commis
sioners, will make a most efficient offi
cer for that position.
And Sam Taylor says that they make
furniture in Xorth Carolina out of
compressed air, and that is the reason
why they can sell it so cheap.
Mrs. CA. Brunson, who has? been
seriously ill for some days is, we are
glad to state, much better and oma
fair way to c?mplete recovery.
If those of our readers whose hens
do not lay every time they want eggs,
will feed them on r^arly done cow
peas they will have e;rgs to burn.
That:s right, get mad once in a while,
bul at such times keep your mouth
shut-this was a part of what Dr.
Gwaltney said in his sermon last SUIL
Have you tried frizzled mutton?
Well try it! It is so good ! But have
you the mutton? If you have bring
some to the editor's office and he will
show you how to frizzle it.
Cards are out announcing the ap
proaching nuptials of Geo. Johnston,
of Edgefield, late of the United States
army, and Mrs. America Turnbull,
alias Harris, of Beaverdam, all colored.
The pleasant and familiar face of
.Dr. S. L. Morris, the former pastor of
our Presbyterian church, adonis the
outside ul' last week's issue uf the
Southern Presbyterian. Dr. Morris is ?
now the popular pastor of a large
church in Macon.Ga.
Maj, R. .->. Anderson has bought the ?
old Elizabeth Christian place on Co-1
lumbia street, and in the early spring!
will erect a handsome residence there
on. Contractor J." J. Bell, we hear, has
been awarded the contract, and this is
a guarantee that it will bc a nice
A hosiery mill for Edgefield is in the
near future, in fact it is right on us.
For the benefit of those of our readers
who do not know what a hosiery miil
is, we would state that a hosiery mill
is a sox mill. You know by this time
that s-o-x spells sox. For particulars
see Col. Tillman.
From all we can hear the sma'll grain
was not much injured by the recent
cold, rather improved by the snow
than otherwise. Mr. John K. Tomp
kins, who is secretary and treasurer of
the Edgefield Cotton Mill, and lives in
town, but who also has a farm in the
country, reports this cereal as looking
well, vigorous and healthy.
Lawyer Jim DeVore was standing
in front of the postcfiice the other day,
when an old colorer man came up, and,
touching his hat, asked :
'.Kin you tell me is dis de place to
git postage stamps?"
"Yes, this is the place," said Lawyer
DeVore. seeing the chance for a little
fun: "but what do you want with
postage stamps, uncle?"
"To mail a letter, sah, of course."
"Well, then you needn't bother about
stamps. You dwn'C have to put any
stamps on letters this week."
"No, sir! Why fur not?"
"Well, you see, the conglomeration
of the hypothiMiusc has difi'erentiaied
the parallelogram so much that the
consanguinity don't emulate the ordi
nary effervesence, and so the govern
ment has decided to send letters free."
The old man took off his hat, doubt
fully shook his head, and then with a
long: sigh said :
"Wtll, boss, all dat may bo true, and
I don't say it ain't; but sposen dat the
ecksentricity of de aggregation tran
substanshates ds ijrnominiousness of
de puppendickerlar and sublimates de
persicurity of de consequences, den
you qualificate de guv'ment would
cornfiscate dat dar letter? Speck I
better put some stamps on anyhow fur
Having said which, the old coon
went .slowly and solemnly down the J
"I'm gwine ter quit dis country.
And gwine ter quit it soon,
De niggers talkin' white folks talk
And white folks talkin'coon."
And the laugh was on Lawyer Jim.
Mr. M. B. Starkey, of Plum Branch,
was in town on Monday of this week.
Mr. Starkey thinks that Plum Branch
has bright future before her yet, not
withstanding 4 cents cotton.
During the recent cold spell a one
horse load of wood sold in our town as
high as 75 cent?, about $3.50 per cord.
What with the building of factories
and increase of population, wood in a
few years will be one of the big items
of expense. Moral : Tate care of your
wood lands, preserve your timber!
The A. G. Broadwater Marble Works
is a new departure for Edgelield, and
we hope our people will give this new
industry an abundant patronage, .at
any rate before giving orders else
where give this home enterprise a
trial. Asa isa good fellow,tip top;
and Mc is a "dandy" good fellow.
Order your Fertilizers and get them
home before the bottom falls out of the
roads. E. J. NORRIS, Edgefield, S. C.
Charlie Smith, a colored man, living
on Mr. Jesse Dom's place near Pleas
ant Lane, froze to death last week dur
ing the severe cold weather. Charlie
had been ouwn to E Igeiield, and while
returning home on horse-back got so
cold that he fell from his horse. Ile
was carried to his home, but died in a
At a meeting of the Board of County
Commissioners on Monday, the 20th
inst., the first meeting, by the way, of
new board. Capt. John" R. Blocker was
elected clerk. Other than this, noth
ing special wae done at this meeting
except to pass a resolution to the
effect that the county advertising for
the current year should be let to the
lowest bidder. Bids must be all in by
the tirst Tuesday in M ireh, as the
award will be made on that day.
A Sluggish Liver causes Drow
siness, Lethargy aud a feeling of
Apathy. Dr. M. A. Simmons
Liver Medicine arouses the Liver,
ajd. cheerful energy succeeds
Georgia I4 mit.1
The effect? oC the blizzard on
the fruit and vegetable crops of the
south is engaging the attention of
horticulturis, at and trees are being
examined with extraordinary
The best information obtainable
at the hour when the ?Semi-Weekly
Journal goes to press is that all
early,peaches and ali vegetables
in middle and southern
Georgia were killed.
There is a difference of opinion
as to whether the peach crop in
southern and middle Georgia wiil
be a total loss.
lt is believed by some that while
earlier peaches are all killed, the
loss is not so great among the
Emma and Elberta orchards. In
this, however, there is some diifer
In north Georgia it is believed
that the fruit crop is safe, as the
buds were not so far advanced as
in the southern half of the state.
Mr. James Barrett, " a vice
president of the Agricultural
society, says the fruil crop is not
seriously damaged in Hie vicinity
Mr. J. H. Easterlin thiuks the
damage very considerable in the
vicinity of Marshallvilh: and Fort
Valley, but possibly not a total
Captain B. E. Park and Mr. \V.
Jemison, of Macon, think some of
the Elberta peaches have eacaped
It is considered probable that
the damage to the peach crop in
the vicinity ofTiiton is very great,
and the large interests there have
suffered severely.-Atlanta Jour
The following from an exchange
may apply to more town? than the
one, as some of the types mentioned
exist in nearly every community :
"Town killers : First, those who
go out of town to do their shopping;
second, those who are opposed to
improvement; third, those who
prefer a quiet town to one of push
and business; fourth, those who
imagine they own the town ; fifth,
those who deride public spirited
men : sixth, those who opposr; every
movement that doe? not originate
with '.hem ; seventh, hos6 wh
oppos3 every movement thal does
not appear to benefit them ; eighth,
those who seek to injure the credit
or reputation of individuals.
Mother's Trusted Friend, Sim- '
j mons, Squaw Nine Wine or Tablet?,
Prepare the System for Confine
ment, Shorten Labor and make
Jurors, March Terni, 1S?)?>.
GUANO J f KOKS.
E C Winn, L W Reece,
W P Brunson, J M Coleman,
S B Mays, Thos Meriwether,
RH Scott, E L Posey,
I Jas DeVore, WP Quarles,
?J B Courtney, J H Coghurn,
J C Strother, W J Wells,
W S M obley, W R Parks,
M C Parker, J B Adams.
PETIT JURORS, FIRST "'EEK.
'J M Bell, Jake Smith,
W L Rutland, M T Turner,
S C Freeland, Lish Hammond,
J F Bryant, W R MavRon,
T J Wash, Lewis McGee,
D E Lanham, R H Quarles,
E F Thomas, Byrd McClendon,
M H Lott, M W Clark,
M W Taylor, P N Lott,
Jordan Byrd, Sam Marsh,
JPHarling, J II Seigler,
P W C Posey, C A Welle,
J B Tompkins, O L Dobson,
SW Sullivan, A G Ouzis, .
J R Tompkins, J F Talbert,
R J Parks, A B Miller,
R C Griffith, Rankin Price,
Willie Agnew, T M Seigler, Sr.
AT AND BELOW NEV
Now is tl
us and ge
Fancy and Heavy Groceries,
Farm Tcols, Tobacco abd Cigars,
Just received a new lot of Fresh
Candy and Crackers, and many other
I appreciate your patronage and
W)U work to deserve it.
? HOT DAY
Recollections of an Old Soldier?
Who Studied Gen. M. W. Gary
Under Artillery Fire.
Pickons People's Journal.
As 1 have hoard some of the old
soldiers quoting a remark of Gen.
M. W. Gary's st Campbell station
on Hie 17th or 18th of Nov., 1803,
in which I am patisfied they
misuderstood Iii m. They say that
he remarked thal one of our men
who was most horribly sri. shed by a
shell, both his lower limos being
torn into shreds, looked like a
"cursed frog." But he . said like
a "crushed frog," doubtless quoting
Dirk Hatteraick when he spoke of
killing Kennedy by throwing him
off a precipice and then rolling
stones on him. See Walter Scott's
-"> C?. i,?-?-*-e?- -1- -
The general could not have made
such a remark as they understood.
That was a bad place we were in.
lying under a heavy battery of the
Federals at point blank range for
one and a half hours, waiting for
some of our troops to get in the
rear of them, before we opened ?re;
just had to grin and endure it,
and failed at last, as General Law
did not go far enough and came
m on their left front and spoiled
the trap. It has been said that he
did this on purpose, as he did not
care to give General Jenkins the
honor of the capture. Thus
treating him as he is said to have
done in Willsis valle}' in October,
where he withdrew from the tight
without giving notice, and come
neal* causing him, with two or
three brigades, to be captured,
histed of capturing the enemy.
I spent nearly all the time while
lying under fire of the artillery
that was cutting us fearfully close,
in watching the countenance of
our men and officers, to see who
stood it best. As the colonel, as
he was then, was near me I had
to give him credit for as good
nerve as any of the other o?icers
and men, many of them could Lave
gotten a little lower in the road
where the bank was 15 to 18 inches
high. Thi.s and similar things of
the sort, I suppose General Sher
man had in mind, when he said,
orison reported, that i/i war he
bari lifted the door and looked into
hell. But tbs higher generals as
he was, generally looked with a 1
field glass, at long range, while
the smaller aud officers and
privaten, actually explore the re- ?
gion, and fiercely contested the :
possession amid sorue of the ap- '
purlenances of that "dread region," '
as a reminder ; such as heat, thirst,
sulphurous smoke, gruesome sights
and hideous groans.
"All me: what perils -lo environ j
The man that meddler wirb cold iron/'
Coiouel Gary in making this 1
quotation, about the poor mangled '
man (who gave more and louder '
expression of pain, than all others j
combined I heard during the war) ,
shows that he retained his reason- i
ing faculties. To add to the 1
sharpness of o'ir position in that
road, shells fell arnoug us from our .
own batteries, in the rear, from
defective ammunition or beiue:
mistaken for the enemy. One
from our side struck the man
sp a of above.
A. J.. Gill, Jr., Scotia, S. C.,
writes: I have used Dr. M. A.
Simmons Liver Medicine in my
family 10 years. It has cured
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Constipa
tion, and mauy other ailments.
to make room for our Spline and
Clothing we are offering Heavy
7 YORK PRICES.
be time to buy these goods. We
you money on Plats, Underwear
s Furnishing Goods. Como to see
t our price?.
I- HART STAND.
John Calhoun Sheppard,
John Calhoun Sheppard, of
Edgefield, was born in Edgefield
District, July 5,1S50 ; was educated
at ;be famed Liberty Hill Academy
iu Edgefield Distrctand atFurman
University. While at Furrnau he
studied Jaw under Easley & Wells,
and after returning to Edgefield,
he completed bis law studies in
the office of Butler & Ytfumaus,
and was admitted to the ,Bar in
November, 1871. He has practiced
very successfully in Edgefield ever
si nco, being now senior member
of the firm of Sheppard Brothers,
of which his brother, Orlando, is
Ihe junior member.
Senator Sheppard was. first
elected to the Legislature in 1S7G,
and was consequently a member
of the memorable Wallace House.
When Speaker Wallace was elected
to the Bench, Representative
Sheppard was chosen Speaker to
succeed him. He was re-elected
in 1S7S. and in 18S0 ne was re
elected to both positions. In 18S2
be was fleeted Lieutenant Gover
nor and was re-elected in 1SS4.
When President Cleveland
appointed Governor Thonipsun
assistant Secretary of the Treasury
in 1S80, Air Sheppard jecame
Governor, taking the oath cf office
July 10, 18S(i. in Dekjmber
following he was succeeled as
Governor by the Hon J obi Peter
Richardson, and from thit time
until 1892 he was not in
life. In 1892 he was the candidate
of the conservative faction of the
Democratic party for Goveriorand]
made the race in the jj riman'
against Governor Tillman. His ?
splendid record in that campaign
gave him a beldon the people that
will be hard to break should he
ever determine to nake another
race for Govern.r ii the Demo
lu 1895 he was elected to the
Constitutional' Convention, and
served with distinguished ability
in thar body.
lui 898 he was lected to the
Senate from Edgefidd County.
Sheppard's recenf scind tfrr^the'|
dispensary question vo?ld hurt
him in his home count-j, but the
newspaper reporta that come from7
Edgefield show t bath is people ap
prove of his action in trying to
have the liquor question sumitted
directly to the people.-Ness aud
Bearing-Down Sensatiois, In
ternal Heat and Female Weak
nesses cured by use of Shimon s
Squaw Vine Wine or Tablets.
Black Diamond Surf.
"Cleveland, Ohio, .Feb. i --Gol.|
Albert Boone, the railroad" pro
moter, said in an interviev here
to-day concerning the proposed
Black Diamond road from Colum
bus, Ohio, to Port Royal, S. C.,
that contracts for hui! ii ag the
different divisions of the line are
all signed and it would te con
structed. An English syndicate is
behind the enterprise.
"We will have one of the gieat
est railroads in the world vbon it
is completed," said Col. Boone.
"It will cost $50,000,000 lo con
struct it. It will be doublt track
ed its entire length. The line will
pass through .-om? of the richest
mineral districts in *he world, and
1 ne grades will be very slight."
The Columbia Phosphate Co'i Acids
iiinl Fertilizers fur sale by E.*J. Fos?is,
EdgelieJd, ?5. C.
How to Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass
with your water .and let it stand
twenty-four hours : a sediment or
Kettling indicates un unhealthy
condition of the kidneys; if it
stains your linwn it is evidence of
kidney trouble; too frequent de
sire to pass it or pain in the back
13 also convincing proof that the
kidneys and bladder ar'j Out of
WHAT TO DO.
There is comfort in the knowl
edge so often expressed, that Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, tho . gr?a*
kidney remedy fulfills every wish
in curing rheumatism, pain.in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and
.very part of the urinary passage,
[t corrects inability to hold water
md scalding pain in passing it, or
bad effects following use of liquor,
iv i no or beer, and overcomes that
anplea- Mit necessity of being com
pelled to go often during the night.
The mild and the extraordinary
effect of Swamp-Root is soon real
ized. It strnds the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most dis
tressing nases. If you need a med
icino you should have the best.
Sold by druggists in fifty cent and
one dollar sizes.
You may have a sample bottle
of this wonderful discovery anda
book that tells more about it, both
sent absolutely free by mail, ad
dress Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N.Y. When writing mention
that you read this generous offer
in the Edgefield ADVERTISER.
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The National Magazine,
91 Bedford St., Boston, 31 as?.
JOE MITCHELL CHAPPLE, Publisher.
Ons ford, If Yon Pleass !
I wish to freshen up Ihe minde
of lhe people of Edgefield and Sa
luda counties as to my humble oc
cupation, and to say to them that
I am still in the middle of tho ring.
I am 53 years old and have never
stolen anything yet (at least I have
never been caught at it), and ii is
too late in life to start roguery
now. that j* td make a success ol
it. I have, therefore, concluded to
hang on to poverty and honesty,
at least I will bang on to honesty,
and I know poverty will hang on
to me lill the end com0.?. Let ber
hang, who's afraid?
If you want anything in m}7 line,
fixing colts, drop me a postal card
-one line is as good ?? forty-al
Butler P. 0.
For Ihe thoroughness and safety
?of my operating, ? refer to 300colts
and their owners that garni o. iron,
the Saluda to the Savannah river,
in full health, strength and vigor.
The coils. gamnoL. t he owners may,
some of them, gamBLE loo, but as
to this i know nothing.
One for a nick id,
Two for a dime,
.lohnnie get your hair cut
Jus; like mine
Yours for work,
Colt Fixer from Fixville,
Jiu!In P. O., S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA;
COUNTY OF EDGEFIELD.
Court of Common Pleas.
Summons for Relief. (Complaint
Alfred J. Norris and The Eastern
Building and Loan Association,
To the Defendants Alfred J. Norris
and The Eastern Building and
Loan Associa lion :
You are hereby summoned aud
required to answer the complaint
in this action of which a copy is
herewith served upon you, and to
serve acop}' of your answer to the
said complaint on the subscribers
at their oiliee in the town of Edge
field, South karolina, within
twenty days after the service here
of, exclusive of tho day of such
service; and if you fail to answer
the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
tion will appiy to the Court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated Feb. J, A. D. 1S99.
ORO FT & TILLMAN,
To the Defendants, The Eastern
Building aud Loan Association:
Take ...'.;.:< that the complaint
herein and the summons, of which
the foregoing is a copy of the sum
mon?, have been filed in thc oflice
of the Clerk of the Court of Com
mon Pleas for the county of Edge
fieicl, South Carolina.
CROFT & TILLMAN,
HAS REMOVED TO.
806 BROAD STREET,
And would be pleased ro have the sup
port of their friends, anil will continue
to give first class meals and rooms at
Gins BQfl Piesses.
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Fine Old Whiskies.
in Full Quarts, Each, $1.10.
Sold at all Dispensaries and therefore un
necessary to buy outside South Carolina.
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Sl.Icr.riNG CAR SERVICE.
Nos. anil BS-NEW YORK ANO FLOR
IDA LTMITBD. Solid Vestibuled Train of
Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars. Ob
Bervation and Compartment Cami and Dining
Cars running through without chango between
Ht. AUKUi>:tne Pla , and New York, via Jack
sonville, Savannah, Colombia, Charlotte and
Washington. Pullman Drawing-Room tileep
ing Carri between Aiken and New York, con
necting vi? h ?his tram at Columbi::, for tho
accommodation of Augusta and Aiken travel.
Excellent daily passenger service between
Florida and New York.
Nos. 37 and 38-Washington and Southwestern
Limited. Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars
between Augusta and New York. Solid Ves
tibuled train with dining cars aud fi wt clasa
coaches north of Charlotte.
Pullman drawing room sleepingcarsbetween
Tatnua. Jacksonville. Savannah. Washington
and New York.
Pnllmau Sleeping Cars between Charlotte
Pullman drnwinp-rnom Bleeping curs be
f.M i.. tin en?lM?rn ;ILcl Norfolk. Closeconneo
timi :n Norfolk for OLD PC NT COMFORT,
ar: Iviug I hi in lime for breakfast.
Nos. 35 anti Lil-U. S. Fasti Mail. Through
Pullman drawing room buffel Bleeping cars bo
twveu Jacksonville and New York and Pull
Dieu ak'jyiiJK cara between Angusta :i'id Char
loitc. D.?ing curs serve ail meals enroute.
Pullman Bleeping cars" bel ween Jacksonville
and ? "himbi?. enronte daily between Jackson
vi. Lo and Cincinnati, via Asheville.
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Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S. A. L., aud ('. and <;.
Railway, and nt Spartanburg with
[.'or information relative to tickets
rales, solietlules, etc., address
Vi. J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt
T. M. EMERSON,
asm mt - ta
.HAS JUST RECEIVED
TRADE AX EXCELLENT
Beys and Gio Sctel Sloes.
Men's Fan Ste.
Ladies* aid Misses Bress Ste.
GIVE US A CALL AND WE
WILL GIVE YOU SOME GOOD
GOODS AT LOW PRICES.
i HE e. A. e^iFFi-R
FIRE AND LIFE ~*
EDG-SFIELL, (Over Store Jones * Son) S. C. .
REPRESENTS FOUR OF TEE STRONGEST AND BEST FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANIES IN THE WORLD.
The yEtira, Hartford, Conn., assetle, - -
The Underwriter's, New York, ...
The Ham burs-Brer, n.-'n. Hamburg, Germany,1
Tho Northern, Loudon. Eugiand, -
.' Total Assets of the Four Companies, - $53,500,000
And I am.writing Mercantile and Commercial Risks, in Town and
Country, at the very low isl tariff ratea;
And I especially solicit Dwellings, in town and country, and wil
write Policies thereon with Ibo utmost promptness.
Barnes and contents, Stables, Stock, etc,, in town or country,
written ai lower rates than heretofore.
I am prepared io iffef inn best Policies, cu the best plans, and
with the most reliable companies, ro persons seeking Life Insurance.
Thankful for the very libera] patronage so kindly r-xtendedto the
late f;rm of Griffin & Padgett, I respectfully solicit :h<- continuance of
a reasonable share bf said patronage to myself, as I will make every
effort lo merit the same.
Come stzicl ??ee IM:?.
My Insurance Rooms, over the corner store (Jones & Sou) are
convenient to all, and have been lilted up as much for the comfort and
accommodation of frieuds as for m} self. Come and see me. A wel
come always awaits you.
CHAELES J^. GEIFFI^
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENT. j
As the season has arrived, so our Fall Stock is no
complete iu every depaitment.
We take this opportunity to inform the public of
the reception of our Fall Clothing, consisting indeed
of the very, best woolens made in':o the latest and
most stylish suit designs. Tnere are many who
would like to take advautage of the time to make a
choice selection of a Suit, Overcoat or Plat from the
many varieties on hand before the rush begins. It
will afford us great pleasure and will be a delightful
task ttf show you the many new and handsome suits
in our men's and our children's department. ;- [ti^:
I. C. LEU Y'S som & coi,
T?lLOR-fll CLOTHIERS, QUGUSfA, GA
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S?q fl fev* m (LM y &i
ARS THB BEST.
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830 Broad Street,lA.ujrusta, Ga.
W. J. RUTHERFORD.
W' J. RUTHE'
R. B. MORRIS.
r / y. near ..- tZJUTX TO. rs / s .? r y 1 .- ss v .
-AND DEALERS IN
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Ready Sooting
ANTJ Ol ELB MATERIAL
WRITE T.'O US IFOR PRICES.
Corner Reynolds and Wasliinsrton Streets, 1- AUGUSTA, QA.