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WEDNESDAY. NOV. 22.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?
Christmas comes this year on* the
Now is a good tune for our city fath
ers to set out shade trees.
Mr. J. H. P. Roper went down to
Trenton to see bis brother on Thurs
Treasurer Morgan tells us that be
don't think ore-twentieth of the taxes
have been j aid up to date.
Gen. M. C. Butler, who has been rus
ticating in Edgefield for a few days, has
returned to War.hington, D. C.
Mrs. C. H. Hendrix and little Mag
gie, of Augusta, are spending a few
days with Mrs. K. H.Covar.
Wraps for Ladies and' Children,
Children's Beefers and Ladies' Jackets
from low down up, half elsewhere
prices. See before you buy, at Peak's
New arrivals of Jfdlies, Preserves,
Marmalades, and the like, at L. E. Jack
son & Co.'s.
Gov. and Mrs. John Gary Evans,
wich their little girl, are on a visit to
Mrs. Gen. Evans at Oakley.nail.
The banks of Edgefield will be closed
on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday of
next week, in deference to a time hon
We are glad to learn that Mr. W. F.
Boper, of Trenton, who was partially
paralyzed some two weeks since, is
now much better, and his friends hope
for bis speedy recovery.
Thursday of next week is Thanks
giving Day-and brother, you and I,
and all of us. have been the recipients
of blessings without number for .which
we ought to be thankful. Selah !
Mr. Eb Reynolds was elected stew
ard of the Poor House at the last meet
ing of the countj commissioners. Drs
Tompkins <fc Marsh were elected phy
sicians to the same eleemosynary insti
Roller-mill Flour and Water-ground
Meal from "Our Bob" Parks's Parks
ville Rober Mill. L. E. Jackson & Co
Persons desiring iob printing-neat,
up to date and on,short notice-should
call a' or 'phone The Advertiser office.
We keep a full supply of bill heads,
packet note, letter htads, envelopes,
wedding invitations, visiting cards,
etc., on hard all the time.
FABM HANDS WANTED.-50 good
steady and industrious men, single or
married, with famlies, to work the
whole year for cash payments month
ly. Apply to Hollow Creek Farm,
T?ales P. 0., Aiken Co. S. C.
Beat prices for hides, tallow, wool,
for,beeswax, etc., paid by I. Blustein
& Co., 622-624 Reynolds street, Au
gusta, Ga. Reference National Ex.
change Bank, Augusta, Ga. See their
advertisement in this issue of the Ad
Our young friend, Walter Holson,
has been offered a position with the
Southern Railway which he will prob
ly accept. Walter "will make a faithful
and worthy employee, and his many
friends here predict for him a career
of honor and usefulness.
Our townsman Mr. J. \. C. Jones,
who bas been too indisposed tp leave
home tor the last six months, was, to
the delight of his many friends, on our
street? yesterday looking like himself
again-and we hope as the cold weather
comes on he will soon be restored . to
Canned Goods of all kinds at L. E
Jackson & Co.'s.
FBUIT THEES-Grave Vines, Straw
berry a?d Raspberry Plarits, Nut-bear
ing trees, Roses, Ornamental trees,
?tc Orders solicited for any of the
above stock. R. H. Mims.
Cr. H, .A. Shaw, who was a member
of the historic Wallace House in 1876:
the days that tried men's souls and
their bodies too, was in town on Mon
day of this week. This is the first
time in seven years that the genial
Doctor ' has made his appearance on
Hon. G. D. Tillman, Capt. Scott Allen
and Capt. Bill Lott-three glorious old
Confeds, and warm-hearted old fellows
of the happy olden time-were on oui
streets mingling with the crowd on
Monday last, and were met with a
kindly greeting and a hearty hand
shake from every one.
Capt. Jim Mino.-of Longmires wat
in*town on Monday. Capt. Miner says
it is a mistake as to his moving ovei
into Greenwood county. There are
says he "three Jim Miners, long Jin:
or gangle legged Jim, short' Jim am
me, but we are all distinct and differ
ent. Some of these other Jims ma]
have moved to Greenwood, but not me
I am stuck where I am and there ex
peet to stick until transmogrified."
Capt. Cris Mack, colored, of Meeting
Street, the leader and teacher of th
uMt. Enon Cornet Band," was in towi
a few days ago, and said to us "1 wan
you to publish dat if de weder are gooi
we will be at Edgefield on Saturday
25th, at 10 sharp-and if it are ba<
we'll be dar all de same. So look fo
us, and dar will be music in de air." H
further informed us that bis band noT
plays by note-mubic furnished b
Sousa from his choicest and most pop
ular selections, such favorites as
Georgia Camp Meeting,
Star Spangled Banner,
Dewey's Quiok Step,
Rake Back De Shucks.
Dewey's Hit 'em Har J,
Bile de Cabbage Down.
And a dozen or so more "chou
selections" which we cannot now r<
call. Bu', suffice to say that Capt. Cr
Mack and hib band will be here-ai;
a high old time may be expected.
Heavy stock Knives, Forks, Spoon
all kinds of cutlery, at L. EJa'ckso
Ho^s Feet, or Pigs Feet, as you mi
prefer, at L. E. Jackson & Co.'s.
706,708 and 710 BROA
and other makes of
$150 and Upwards.
PTA NO AND
ORGAN TUNING | is
EXPERTS. China <
? 1 Ward]
TI i ? Parlor
Farrand ? Library
-, -rr , 5 Combinat
and YOtey | Enamel
? = and C
FOR PARLOR, | Refrigera
. CHAPEL AND ? Matt*ngs>.
SCHOOL USE. I SI
Stock nf Secoud- ?
hand Pianos and Or- =
gans always on hand. =
Pianos from $25.00 to illllilllllllllllllllC
$100.00. Organs from .
$10.00 to $25.00.
706, 708 and 711
In this issue of the Advertiser will
be found the advertisement of Pron
taut's Jewelry Store. This establish
ment carries a complete stock of Dia
monds, Watches, Rings, Clocks, Silver
ware, silver Novelties, and Jewelry of |
every description at the lowest price
for tte best goods, This firm pay cash
for their goods and therefore get a dis
count in which *hey give their custom
ers the benefit. They own the property
ito which they do business also. There
fore they have no high rent to pay and
can afford to sell cheaper than others.
When in Augusta you should not fail
to visit their . establishment. New
goods are arriving daily. They also
have a corni lete repair department.
The store is located at 626 Broad street.
This, firm was established in 1850.
Reader, you can get the; Advertiser
and the Atlanta Constitution, one year,
for $2.25; Advertiser and Home and
Farm, $1.75; Advertiser and Weekly
News and Courier, $2.25; Advertiser
and Ainslee's Magazine, a high grade
illustrated monthly, for $2.00; or al)
these for $3.75. Four weekly newspa
pers and a monthly for only $3.75. This
is an offer, reader, you will not likely
have again during this century. Apply
at the Advertiser office in person or by
Bad Blood-Cure Free I
Bad Blood causes Blood and Skin
Diseases, Eruptions, Pimples, Scrofu
la, Eating Sores, Ulcers, Cancer, Ecze
ma, Skin Scabs,' Eruptions and Sores
on Children, Rheumatism. Catarrh,
Itching Humors, Etc. For these trou
bles a positive specific cure is found in
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), the
most wonderful blood purifier of the
age. It has been thoroughly tested
for past thirty years and haa always
cured even the most deep-seated, per
sistent oases, after doctors and patent
medicines had all failed. B. B. B. cures
by driving out of the blood the poi
sons .and humors which cause all
these troubles, and a cure is thus made
that is permanent. Contagious Blood
Poison, producing Eruptions, Swollen
Glands, Ulcerated Throat and Mouth,
Etc., cured by B. B. B, the only reme
dy that can actually cure this trouble.
At druggists, $1 per large bottle; six
large bottles (full treatment) $5. B
B. B. is an honest remedy that makes
real cures. To test B, B. B. write for
Free Trial Bottles which will be sent
prepaid. Medical advice Free. Ad
dress Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Shoes! Shoes! Perhaps it isn't st
generally known as it sho. d br that
we kpep Shoes, a heavy stock for ladies'
gent's, and children. L. E. JacKSon &
Wanted-A school. Educated at
South Carolina College, five years ex
perience as principal of high anc
graded schools. Address, J. A. Mette
Trenton, S. C.
Groceries-the heavy kind, the lighi
kind, and the medium-fresh, and w<
givtdown weights. L.E.Jacksoi &Co
A S enatorial Slander.
Two ladies visiting in Wasning
ton during one of the sessions o
Congress went to the Capitol t<
hear the proceedings in the Unitet
Sta tes Senate. Most of the gal lerie
being filled, they apprjached tb
doorkeeper of the Senators' galler
where admission ie by card. A
they did tiot possess 'his paesporl
the doorkeeper suggested thai the;
procure one from any Senator the
might be acquainted with.
"But we do not know any Sena
tor," they replied.
'.*Well, it is very much to you
credit," said the doorkeep*]
"Pass right in ladies."
Thoie fl?vored Syrups-strawberr
orange, lemon, vanilla, pineapple, etc
aJ-L. E.Jaokson & Co.'s.
DWAY, AUGUSTA. GA.
are noiseless, light
and easy running,
up-to-date. Our prices
equal t: e lowest. We
keep a complete line
of extra nehmen ts,
paris, needles, and
oil for all mases of
a Suites, S
)m Suites, =
ion Cases, =
[ed and =
tors, Etc. j
tc' I Sundries and Re
's pairs for all makes of
MlllHlllllllllllllIR Wheels. Our Repair
Shop is one of the
Finest in the South.
The Growing and Manufacture
of Tobacco at Trenton.
DEAR ADVERTISER : Ina recent
communication to the Advertiser I
made the statement that Trenton
tobacco growers had received two
and a half cents a pound for their
tobacco, while others had received
an average as high as 20 cents.
This statement is well supported
by the followiug interesting com
munication from the Timmons
ville correspondent of the News
"At various times during the
sea?on report of particular tobacco
sales have been published from
different markets. Your corres
pondent has neglected sending fhe
many and excellent daily eales of
the Timmonsville market, but to
day will send a Bale made on
Berger's Ware HOUK- floor by J.
H. Privatt, of Darlington County,
who. it is worthy mention,
always sells on this maiket.
The sale is as follows : One hun
dred and sixteen pounds at 48
cents; 380 at 37 cents, 141 at 39
cents. 382 at 37 ceute. 84 at 40
cents. 161 at 27 cents. 354 at 30
cents. 378 at 19 cents, 115 at 25
cents, 383 at 14 cents. 203 at ll
1-2 cents. 333 at ll 1-4 cents. 313
at 17 cents. 678 at 8 3-4 cents. 453
at 8 cents. 214 at 7 cents and 90
pounds of Bcrap at 6 1-4 cents; a
total of 4,778 pounds, for $933.53,
au average of 20 cents around.
For the number 0* pounds sold
this year has probably never been
equalled in the State.
There were several other sellers
to-day who did as well in prices,
but none had any such quantity.
Mr. Privett last year sold his crop
of 18 acres for about $33 net and
cm the same numl er of acres ex
pects to excel his own record. He
has sold up to date on Berger's
floor $3,000 worth and has about
5,C *0 pounds left. As an indica
tion of the genuineness in value of
to-day's sale one pile was resold
by the purchaser to another buyer?
without removing from the floor,
for a profit of $i0.
The three ware houses will have
a special premium sale on Wed
nesday, November 29, when '$15C
in gold will be given away in pre.
miums. The News and Courier if
hereby extended to special invita
tion to be present and see som*
good tobacco bring some fancj
lu order that the tobacco grow
ers of this section may be encour
aged to manufacture plug tobacci
and cigars, please publish the fol
lowing recepes taken from Moore'
Artizan's Guide :
After the tobacco is properh
cured and sweated, you will pre
paratory to pressing, proceed t
flavor it as follows : Take one OJ
tonqua beans ; 6 ozs. liquoreice
llb. sugar; pulverize each com
pletely; add the ingredients to
gallon water. Macerate and run:
mage up for a few days till th
aromatic flavor is properly irr
parted to the liquid. Then sprea
out some tobacco leaves and elighi
ly sprinkle them wit i the abov
fluid till enough ?H rbsorbed t
render them pliable. J'heu roi
them up io round packages (
such a size that ten will make
lb.; then reduce them into flt
plugs in a powerful press. A larg
number of such plugs are subs(
queutly pressed into blocks, whe
they are readv for the market t
once. The strength of the abo\
liquid may be increased or dilute
as desired by the manufacture
Largest Stock !
Lowest Prices !
All Goos i
DORN & mm
_AT E. I
THE NI I DWI ?IT
Commence at J. M. COBB'S on
and NOVELTIES are a'dde
NO ADVANCE IN P
we are rushing bus
DRY GOODS, DRESS
CLOTHING, HATS, CJ
SHOES, SHOES, SHO]
Can take your a
in Clothing on t
Specially close ?
DOMESTIC GOODS, PANTS G
B?TTEEICK PATTERNS. . :,
We are ready to
j*, ive. COB:
That I.always keep a fresh assort
ment of Fancy and Heavy Gro
ceries on hand. When in need of
them give me a call. Satisfaction
0. Sheppard, Jr.
and extract of vanilla may be sub-;
stitnted for the to?qua bean.
Cigar makerB should take 2 ozs.
touqua beans and 1 oz. cinnamon0 ;
bruise and pulverize them lo a
powder, aud put them into 1 pint
of rum ; let it stand for a few days
to macerate ; stir all together, and
with this liquid sprinkle your com
mon or inferior tobacco. Dry out
of the sun, and the flavor will be
I hope that tobacco buyers will
be invited to Trenton, and that
same one will undertake to manu
facture tobacco at this place.
J. A. METTE.
Treuton, S. C.
Dl?Mtot* CUBAN OIL cana
ifltiillvB > Cuts, Barns, Braises, Rheu
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
For sale by G. L. Penn & Son.
High grade Roofing and House
Paints, ready mixed, the best made,
cheapest and goodest. Apply at the
Advertiser office. . ,
The Advertiser and Home and Farm
both, one year $1.50. j
Rich high grade Cheese at L. E
Jackson & Co.'s.
Fine Northern Apples jutt received
at L.E. Jack-cn & Co.'s.
Dispatches from Dover and
May s vii le, Ky., to the Ciuointati
Times-Star, under date of Novem
ber ll, state that Col. - A. ? Boone,
of Black Diamond fame, was
arrested that day in Dover, charged
with feloniously breaking and
entering the Black Diamond office
in Dover several days ago and tak
ing several letters and papers
therefrom belonging to other
persons. Boone was taken to MayB
ville the same day. Examination
was waiv?d and defendant gave
bond for his appearance. The
friends of Col. Boone are muck
worked up over the affair. Col
Sam W. Stairs,' president K. and S
A., made the affidavit upon whict
the arrest was made. All these
disputings and disruptions betweei
the promo tor e are what has retard
ed the work of the Black of lift
Black Diamond heretofore. Ai
the majority of the promotors nov
have the work in hand the sami
will be pushed forward rapidly.
ALL WOMEN . . .
Suffering from female troubles should
try the "Old Time" itemed?,
V BM WOP.
It hos no equal. It strengthens the
delicate female organs and builds a wom
an up. AU suffering and Irregularities at
"monthly" periods can be avoided by Its
use. It ls tor young girls maturing, for
mothers, a.id xor women at Change of Ule.
Should be used before child-birth.
Sold by all druggists, or sent post-paid
on receipt of price $1.00.
Ladles Blue Book sent FREE to any one
on application. Address, "WOMAN 8 DE
PARTMENT", New Spencer Medicine Co., Chat
Mention this paper.
For salefby G. L. Penn?&?Son.
ve Dealers In
I Shoes Hats
Marked in Plain Figures.
NOV. 1st, many NEW GOODS
d to our already full stock.
RICES. This month
liness at specially
j for Ca6h.
leasure and give you an up-to-date fit
>ri *es in
r business with you, and will give yo
? in every department. Come and se
Master's Sale.-Aiken Co.
SSATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
. -Aiken County.
Laura Turner, as Executrix, Plain
tiff, against Idella J. Turner, et
.;' al,, Defendants.
. By virtue of an order of his
Honor, D A Townsend, dated Octo
ber 31, 1899,1 will offer for sale to I
the highest bidder on the first j
Monday in December next, in front
of the Court House at Aiken, S C,
within the legal hours for eales,
the following described real estate,
to wit :
AU that-certain piece, parcel or J
lot of land situated in the counties |
of Aiken and Edgefield and State
aforesaid, containing six hundred
and twenty (620) acres, more or
less, and bounded as follows : On
the north by E V F Horne and R
L Carpenter; on the east by lands
of A C Powell and said G W Tur
ner; on the south by lands of G W
Turner, and on the w est by G W
Turner, R L Carpenter and L W
Whitlock, and having such shupeB
and marks as plot made by Isaac
Boles, dated Jan. 6tb, 1886, will
more fully appear.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash,
balance on a credit of one j ear with
interest 'from day of sale, credit
portion secured by a bond of the
purchaser, and a mortgage of the
premises. Purchaser has option of
paying all cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers and
Master Aiken County.
$42 WORTH OF PRESENTS
For 50c worth of work. We are ffiviog
away Watches, Bicycles, Sewing Ma
chines, Guns, &c to introduce our pa
per, PASTIi. U, a high class illustra
ted family paper of from 16 to 32 pages ;
64 to 128 co'umns of Cho'ce Good Sto
ries. Literat *e, Art, Humor, Lette s
of Travel in Foreign Lands, &c, i c.
And ail you have to do to get $42 wort'i
of presents'is to get 20 sub crlbers at
10c e c'l. Send 10c in stamps for full
p. ticulars, long list of presents and
oar paper, PASTIME, for 6.months. If,
after hearing from us you find our
statement untrue, we will return your
money and continue the paper free.
Address without delay, THE PASTIME
CG., Louisville, Ky.
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY
Not only cures, but it keeps well
ls sold by an organized company of
responsible, business men and has the
endorsement of thousands of Clergy
men and noted people throughout the
country. We speak of that wonderful
Instrument Electropoise, and ask your
careful examination into the cures it
bas wrought. Col. A.P. Nunally, o"
the Inter-Ooean, Chicago, writes:
"Nearly three years experience with
Electropoise only confirms the truth of
your claims. I uay to my friends that
this 'jtrumentis a most wonderful in
vention, and 1 would not part with
m*ne if I oould^not get another." Send
address foi our book giving letters
from prople who have been cured by
Electropoise. ELECTROPOISE CO, 513
Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky.
808 Broad Street,
Furnished and Fitted in th<
A trial solicited.
J. E. CLANCY, Proprietor
I AUGUSTA, GA.
I nave re-opened m;
Livery Stables agaii
at the old stand, wher
I will be pleased t
see and serve ni;
friends and th
lui for past pa
tronagc, I slial
endeavor to de
serve a continuance in the future.
D. T. GRICE.
PHOTOGRAPHS in latest styles at rea
sonable prices for first-class worl
Children's photographs a specialty
All work neatly finished. R. H. Aliim
Wanted, one bushel genuine ol
time black oats, for which one dolla
will be paid. Apply ac the Advertise
niMiA(M CUBAN RELIEF can
* IfluIfcfS C011"- Nouralgtaand Toothed!
f**B vin five minutes. Sonr8tomac
and Sumner Complaints. Price, 25 Cent
For sale by G. L. Penn & Son.
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in
Mle & Cute I?iiits
Headstones, Coping, Iron and Wire
Of Every Description.
WRITE OR CALL AND SEE ME
Cor.'Washington and Ellis Sts.
A large stock pf finished work al
ways on hand ready for lettering.
?ST" Prices always right. x .
ADVANCED . ..'
Parties who propose to
hold Cotton should store in
Augusta-the highest and
best market in the South- -
where it will be protected
and insured against fire,
and command a good price
when the time comes to sell.
W> aro advancing nearly
tua full value of cotton in
623 BROAD STREET.
FINE GUNS AI PISTOLS,
Sport?nfl; Goiifls and FisMna; TacMe,
REPAIRS A SPECIALTY.
. AUGUSTA, GA. '
PP. P- IjlUPlJlHI)
HAS REMOVED TO
207 7TH ST., AUGUSTA, GA.,
Whare he^will still continue to
FREE EYES TESTS
For all defects of,' sight. Grind
any shape and style of lense
while you wait.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Tells if youjneed glasses, rest pr
BUIETT k WM,
We respectfully solicit the patron
age of the insuring public.
Only the most reputable
and Solvent Compa
/Etna Ins. Co., of Hartford,
Home lus. Co., New York,
Hartford lus. Co., Hartford,
Phoenix Ins.. Co., Hartford,
Underwriters ol* New York,
Hamburg-Bremen of Germany,
I orthern of London.
All outside business will receive
. our prompt and person
OFFICE : BURNETT BUILDING
See Our Life Insnrance Conlracl
before you Insure.
DIVIDENDS PAYABLE ANNUALLY.
Private maternity wards. AU
diseases of women treated by skill
ful female physicians and sur
geons. Cataract and hernia in
children cured without an opera
tion. All Kidney and Eye Dis
Pres. Sophia Davis, M. D.
Surgeon Julia Stoddard Wood, M.D
Secretary Willis S. Wood, M. D.
Address ' the Secretary, 825^
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
If you want to see Peak's "Trade
Pullers" in Reefers and Jackets, Capes
and Wraps for Ladies' and Children
you must, of course, go to the Rackel
The Advertiser and Frank Leslie^
Illustrated Weekly, botl., one year foi
uiuiiwiiiiimimiiiu iiiiiiiiiniiijfiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiriniE?
I^T^HIS GHEGK will be aoceptedf
5 I for 5 cents with every Cash pur- -
= I chase of $1.00. Only one Check ac-=
? cepted with each $1.00 cash purchase at S
14- F?RMOB? STORE. -41
j Stoves, Bed Springs, Mattresses, |
? Full Line Housefornisbingoods |
[Prices and Quality
Sell Our Goods. ? HaTe your;Piotureg Tnmii her.
-REMEMBER THE PLACE
at Lowest Pri es.
I W. H. TURNER, j Pictures Enlarged
11186 Broad, Near Cor. Marbury Street | 1 ? X 20 fOr $1.98.
lim Hiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimii iniiimiimiimiiiromniiinis_
To Our Friends and Patrons
Appreciating 3 our kindness in the pr.st we solicit your patronage fo:
the future. Our stock of clothing is indeed handsome, stylish auc
serviceable. Our prices are lower than ever ana will please you.
MEN'S SUITS $6.50 to $23.00.
BOY'S SUITS from $3.00 to $12.00.
The Hat and Furnishing Departments are complete. Our, Children's
Department has been refurnishing and the stock of clothing is better
than ever. We extend a special invitation to the ladies.
CHILDREN'S SUITS $1.75. SPECIAL SCHO0L?SUIT $3.00.
If you cannot come write us, prompt attention to all orders. We pay
the expressage to you.
I. C. LEVY'S SOM & CO.,
T?/LOf? f/T CLOTHIERS A.UGUSTA, GA
B. SKALOWSK!, PROPRIETOR.
547 BEOAB STREET.
If you call atjabovo place you will
SAVE _5 TO 50 PER CENT.
Below are a few of our prices:
SOLTD OAK SUIT for $12 50, worth $1600. We carry
a large line to $100 a Suit.
- ' .No. 7 STOVE with COOKING WARE for $7.00, war
. :-. . . ranted for 15 years, they range to $65 00.
TRUNKS all kinds and prices.
Don't fail" to see the new style KEROSENE COOKING
STOVES, they are harmless, clean, smokeless.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE.
547 BROAD ST. AUGUSTA, CA.
JOHN R. SCHNEIDER,
ESTABLILHED A. D. 1846.
-Importer and "Whjles_le and Z etail Dealer in
Liquors, Fine Wines, Havana Cigars.
nyCinSTEIR^Ij WATERS, ETC.
601 AND 802 BROAD STREET.
Agent for Veuve-C'icquot Ponsardin.
Ur j. na Wine Company.
EVEQYTHML'JJ - WHEELS
FIELB & KELLY'S.
Buggier, Carriages, Wagons, Harness,
Saddles, Bicycles, Buggy Hobes,
Bicycle Tires, Etc., at
FIELD & KELLY'S, 949AuB2Ss\DAfcAEET
ITHE FARMERS BANI
j OF EDGEFIELD,IS. C. j
?State and Connty Depositary. J
Paid-up Capital, $58,000
Surplus and MM Profits, $10,000.00.2
# * *
A. E. PADGETT, President.
W. H. TIMBAERMAN, V-Pres.
J, I. CAUGHMAN, Cashier.
W. H. HARLING, Ass't Cash'r.
yjPays Eight per cent, annual divi
Does a General Banking Business.
vAots as Guardian, Administrator
y and Trustee for Estates.
3 Pays Interest on Deposits by spe
? cial contract.
Money to Lend on Approved Se
Y0UR ACCOUNT SOLICITED
ON BUSINESS TERMS.
ls. 8- I Buckley,
- WHOLESALE -
stationer aid News Dealer. '
Diaries, Photograph Albums, Blank
Books, Pens, Inks, Envelopes,
Desiring to retire from business,
will sell my entire stock as a whole
or in lote as may be desired. A
splendid opportunity to any one
desiring to enter the book business
00* Everything very cheap un
til sold. .
625 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA.
GEG. T. SHARPTON,
EDGEPTBIJD, S, OS
Front Boom in Chronicle B'ld'g.
I respectfully solicit th; patronage of