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>\ ED ?ENDAY, DEC. 20.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. |
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Both of our local banks will be closed
on Christmas day and the 1st day of
.January, 1900.
A slight change in our railroad
schedule brings the P. M. 'rain to oui
town at 4.25 instead of 4.00 as has been
the rule heretofore.
Mr. B. L. Jones will in a few days
> have a carload or more of fine Kentucky
horses and mules. See his advertise
ment elsewhere in this paper.
Messrs. Hardy & Butisey, of Modoc
\ have dissolved partnership. Mr. T. T
r IBussey goes it alone from now on. See
notice of dissolution herewith.
Mr Oscar Strom, oldest son of Mr
and Mrs T. C. Strom, of onr town, was
married one day of last week to. Miss
. Etta Matthews, of Saluda county.
Presiding Elder Hodges will hold
hia-lst quarterly conference at Edge
field on Monday morning, Jan. 8,1900
The tull official board is requested to
be present.
New arrivals of J? Hies, Preserves,
Marmalades, and the li xe, at L. E. Jack
son & Co.'s.
Bich high grade Cheese at L. E
Jackson & Co.'s.
Col. O. F. Cheat ham, of Bath, Aiken
county, .vas in town on Saturday last.
W0 believe Os. has a notion of coming
back to Edgefield, bis old stamping
ground, for good some of these days.
On Thursday of this week Mr. Pugh
Jones ?Ul sell 18 to 20 head )f horses
and mules, good, bad, and indifferent
to the highest bidder for nash. Attend
the sales and you may get a bargain or
bargains.
Dr. G. A. Bunch's fine residence at
Clarks Hill was burned on last Wed
nesday, night with most of its con
tents. This makes the second loss by
fire Dr.Bunch hi.s had within a year,
we believe.
FOE SALK.-250 acree at Beech Island
dei ot,. Pore Royal B. E., five miles from
Augusta. 150 acres cleared, 100 acres
high land, and 50acres river land clear
ed, all one body of land. Address Dr
W. B.Eve, Bluffton, S. C. .
. 600,000 feet of lumber suitable for
any kind of building purposes for sale
by Joe H. Tompkins and Harry S. Hill,
. at Harry Hill's saw mill. Oak, Ash,
Poplar, Cedar or Pine.
M.T.T. J. Langston, who left John
ston nearly two years ago for the
Klondike, bas returned borne. Tr is
. unnecessary to say that be has return
ed loaded. However he left the most
of his big nuggets in ? bank at Seattle.
I will have at my stable a car load of
Horses and Mules on Friday, Dec 22,
1899. Price and quality to suit one
mod all. I will be glad to have y ou
c?l and inspect my stock bet?re pur
chasing elsewhere. B.L. Jones, Edge
field, s.c. : "
Mr. H. Spann Barr has sold his place
to Mr. John B. Hill and intends, we
believe, to remove with his family to
Georgia in the,early part of. next year.
The remora) of Mr. Barr and family
..will be a distinct Joss to Edgefield but
a gain to our sister State. We wish
for bim and bis an auundant prosper
ity, and hope tb meet again. .
F A UM HAVDS WANTED.-50 good
steady and industrious colored men
single or married, wita families, tn
work.the whole year for caf.0 payments
monthly. Apply to Hollow Creek Farm,
T?ales P. O., Aiken Co., S. C.
Hogs Feet, or Pigs Feet, as you may
pref?r, at L. E. Jackson & Co.'?.
The Uuion meeting of ? he first divi
sion meets with the Edgefield village
Baptist church on Saturday and Sun
day, the 80th and 31st December. Let
as give a Christmas greeting to our
friends, the delegates, and extend to
them a genuine hospitality. We will
not have another chance until the year
1900, which some people hold is an
other century.
We are requested to announce that
the Edgefield Cotillion Club will give
a dance in the Opera House on Wed
nesday night, Dec. 27th. There will
bea band from Augusta to furnish
"the concord of s wee;, sounds," and all
who care to indulge in the "light fan
tastic" are cordially invited to attend:
Refreshments will be furnished.
Invitations ar* out in Edgefield Yel
low Buff high hfe for the marriage on
Dec, 27th inst., of Mr. Lawrence Bailey
of Columbia, to Miss Mary Lou Brooks
of Edgefield. As this is to be a strict h
Yellow Buff fin de ??ecle affair nc
nappy- beads like A.b Ctork and Ha
Strother are invited or expected
Don't yon move!
Canned Goods of all kinds at L. Ii
Jackson & Co.'s.
Groceries-the heavy kind, the light
kind, and the medium-fresh, and we
give down weights. L. E. Jacksoi &. CO
On Thursday, Dec. 28th inst., om
distinguished friend, Hon. J. Wm
Thurmond, will lead to the altar Mis
Gertie Strom, daughter of the late Hon
Jas. H. Strom, and sister of the Hon
W. A. Strom. Solicitor Thurmond ant
his fair bride, we are delighted tu say
will make their home in our town, oc
cupying that elegant residence of Mi
Tburmond's on Columbia street.
Trapp Mo Man us bas taken out ai
accident insurance policy. He says hi
took ont this -policy on account of i
kicking cow be has, th?' up to the dab
of bis policy was an inveterate kicker
But since he took ont the policy she i
as mild mannet ed a cow ns he eve
milked. Trapp also tried jumping on
of hie barn since the issuing of rh
policy-a pretty high leap-and i
didn't burt bim a bit, while he believe
that if be had been without a po! ic,
be would have pretty nix h broke hi
legjf not his neck. Trapp is begin
ning to think accident policies won1
work satisfactorily. He can't eve
stamp bi.) toe.
Those flavored Syn pa-suawberr,
orange, ! -m on, van i lin, pineapple, etc
at L. E. Jackson & Co.'s.
i POSITIONS
ra reliable institurion. , Over 8,000
RT logue. Grand winter opening Ja
M ATLAN
h g A. C. BRISCOE, Pres.
WE WILL ISSUE NO
PAPER FROM THIS OFFICE
NEXT WEEK.
Go out to the entertainments in
the Opera House to-night and to
morrow night and spent two en
joyable evenings.
Caids are ont announcing the
marriage of Capt John R. Blocker
and Miss Jackie Stevens, of Meet
ing Street, at the residence of the
bride's mother, on Wednesday, the
20th inst.
REWARD-I hereby offer a re
ward of oue buudred ($100.00) dol
lars for the apprehension and con
viction of the porty who set fir? to
a tenant, house in my yard on tb*
night ot" Saturday, the 9th day of
the present mouth.
J. C. SHEPPARD.
Read our list of advertised let
ters, there might be one for you,
reader, and there is one certain for
Stood Bibbs, ore for Wideard Cal
liham, aud one for Coupe Mashe.
Did you ever hear of such name6?
But they are genuine, all no
doubt "Yellow Buffs" or "Black
Naps."
Those New York Crackeps sweet
and straight, only thirty-two hours
from the bakery, are justly styled de
licious, at L. E. Jackson & Co.'s.
Mr J. A. Timmermau, one of
bur merchants, has made au
assignment On account of poor
collection:.) he could not meet his
obligations. The assets are
estimated to be about $2,500;
liabilities$1,000. MrTimmerman
is verv popular here, and all
sympathize with bim in his trouble.
Edgefield b?>re off a goodly number
of Mle offices in the meeting of the Ma
sons in Charleston last week. O. Shep
pard, Esq., was elected Grand Master,
and, by the wuy, Mr Shepp ird makes a
splendid presiding officer fur all bod
ies and all occasions. Mr J Kennerly
was electea Grand Marshal and Mr
Sam J. Watson, of Johnston, was elect
ed District Deputy Grand Master.
The house in which Messrs Bland'
Davis and Bishop Pruit lived and t he
house in which Mr Pickens Pruit.lived
at the Rock Quarry were burned on
Sunday morning jast and the entire
contents also went up in the lire, ex
cept a few articles of clothing. No in
surance. And Mr. Wiley H. Turner
lost atensnt.house by Area few nights
ago. Both these fires are believed to
be the work of incendiaries.
Roller-mill Flour and WaterrgrouDu
Meal, from "Our Bob" Paris's Para
ville Roller Mill. L. E. Jackson&.Co
Miss Bessie Walker; who has been re
siding with Mrs. D. R. Du'risoe for the
last four or five months, left us on Mon
day last- for a Christmastide visit to
her parents and other relatives and
friendd in Beaufort, S. C. -And some
several of our best boys will be full of
Borrow and joyless until the return Of
the accomplished and beautiful charm
erov?r two long and lonesome weeks
hence.
' Capt. .Gus White sent us a head of
collards the other day that weighed 37
pounds, so Jim Paul says. Sam Taylor
says they are what are called Japanese
collards, and that when be lived in
Japan they grew them for shade tree?.
Gus says they never have any worms
or any other insects on them because
they grow so^fast as to push 'em off.
Capt. White has a thousand heads of
these collards, more or less, on his
Beaverdurn place.
Heavy stock Knives, Forks, Spoons,
all kinds of cutlery, at L. E.Jackson
& Co.'s.
"Julian," the bright litt'e three year
old son of Rev. and Mrs. P. P. Blalock,
of our town, after a 3hort illness, died
on Monday morning of this week in
the arms of his beloved mother. The
funeral was attended by a large num
ber of the students of the S. C. C. Land
many sympathizing friends of the be
reaved parents.
"A flower plucked before the dew
Could wet its tiny petals through,
Grieve not-a dearer dew for thee;
Shall be the tears of memory.''
The students of the S. C. C. I. will
give a free entertainment in the Opera
House on Wednesday nigh; of thii
week, to which the admittance will be
free. Everybody is invited. This en
tertainment is to be a celebration ol
the litejary societies of the Institute
On the succeeding night, Thursday, ?E
the same building, there will be i
musical and other features that will
make up a very delightful program. T<
this last.there will be an admittance
fee of 25 cents, students 15 cents, the
proceeds to be applied to purchasing
desks fos the primary and intermediate
classes in the old Academy building
Doors open at 7 o'clock.
Reader, you can get the Advertiser
and the Atlanta Constitution, one year
for $2.25; Advertiser and Home'arie
Farra, $1.75; Advertiser and Weekly
News and Courier, $2.25; Advertisei
and Ainslee's Magazine, a high grad?
illustrated monthly, for $2.00; or al
these for $3.75. Four weekly newspa
pers and a monthly for only $3.75. Thu
is an offer, reader, you will not like):
have again during this century. Applj
at the Advertiser office in person or b;
letter.
The Pierian and Fidelian Focietie
held their joint debate in the chapel o
the South Carolina Co-Educational In
stitute on Friday evening. The quer;
"which promises the groater futur
prosperity, the South or West?", wa
opened by Miss Maggie Bunch, in ;
vigorous and characteristic style, am
with lasting first impressions, prepos
sessed the minds of the audience in fa
vor of the Soui h. Willie Byrd, in hi
forceful and -earnest speech on th
ooming supremacy of the West, mad
both the judges and. hearers M ave
mmmwmm,
.D AT ANT TIME^
\ obtained readily after taking'a
\ course of BOOK-KEEPING and
' SHORTHAND in this old and
Gr* abates. Send for large cata
iD.ltolS.
ITA, GA.
L. W. ARNOLD, V-Pres.
in their decision. Miss Curran Hartlay
followed evincing, perhaps, the most
thorough knowledge of the subject in
hand and a careful research, bringing
out ber points of argument In such
clear cut forms of expression, combined
with perfect freedom of enunciation,
that sh? won half the battle. Her im
promptu replies evidenced an unusual
ly quick and ready wit. Louis Entz
minger, called the Demosthenes of the
Pierian society, made a thrilling and
convincing speech, full of strong
points. All the impromptu speeches
manifested thought and research. The
judges, Messrs J. M Cobb, J. W. Peak,
and J. L. Mims, however, in their can
did judgment gave a well rendered de
cision in favor of the Fidelian society
represented by the young ladies. The
evening was irolitably spent to all
those who bad the honor of being in
attendance at the debate.
Horse? and Mules.
Fresh from the blue grass region of
Kentucky at Jones, Stable, Edgefield,
S. C.
?^MUSIAN TEA cures Dyspep
sia, Constipation and Indi
gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 eta.
For sale by G. L. Penn &Son.
, _
SOUTH CAROLINA MASONS.
Officers Elected for the Ensuing
Year.
Ness and Courier.
The Grand Lod^e, A. F. M., of
Routh Carolina reassembled yes
terday morning io the Masouic
Temp e at ll o'clock, and after a
session continuing to 2 p. m. ad
journed, having completed all
business offered and elected offi
cerH for the ensuing year,
After the opening PGM Divver
presented a tribute to the late T F
Hill, D D G M ot tho 8th district.
This wu B seconded by Bro Hard
and D G M Sheppard aud adopted
by a rising vutf*.
Reference was made to the mis
understanding or error which had
occurred in tue matter of railroad
tickets and delegates were told how
to secure tbeir'tickets for returu.
?be committee on unfinished
business reported. Adopted.
The Senior Grand Warden re
ported a petition from Friendship
Lodge for a new ritual to replace a
defective one. The request was
granted.
A similar request was ? made by
Belton Lodge, No. 26, for ritual to
replace, one lost, and this'was also
granted after some discussion.
t? itepott ;of the committee on ap?
.pe?la acid, grievances was submit
ted and adopted.,
OFFICERS ELECTED.
At noon, according to the rules,
aH'-.other business was postponed
and an election was entered upon
for Grand officers.
Grand Master Witherspoon hav
ing declined to be a candidate for
re-election, PGM Barron nomi
nated D G M Sheppard. The elec
tion waR unanimous. Other offi
cers were then elected, the list be
ing as follows ; >
Orlando Sheppard, Edgefield,
Grand Master....
Walter M. Whitehead, Charles
ton, Deputy Grand Master.
Bryon Holley, Greenville, Senior
Grand Warden..
John R Bellinger, Bamberg, Ju
nior Grand Warden.
Zimmerman Davis, Charleston,
Graud Treasurer.
Charles Inglesby, Charleston,
Grand Treasurer.
Re* S P H Elwell, Charleston,
Grand Chaplaii,.
Bad Blood-Cure Free ?
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 has always
cured even the most - deep-seated, per
sistent cases, after doctors and patent
medicines bad ail 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 actnally 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.
Christmas Holiday Kates via
Southern Railway.
The Southern Railway beg to
announce rates of One and Oue
tbiid fares tor the round trip from
all of ita Biatiousin the Southeast
ern Passenger Association. Tickets
on sale Dec, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th.
30th, 31st and Jan*. 1st, limited to
return Jan. 4th, 1900.
To students of schools and cil
leges, upon presentation of certifi
cates sigued by the superintend
ents, principals, or presidents,
tickets will be sold Dec. 15th to
21st inclusive, with final limit
Jan. 4th, 1900.
For full information and Pull
man reservations, call ou any agent
of this company, or
R. W. HUNT, P. P. A.,
Augusta, Ga.
A buggy that will stand the test
of rough roads can be bought only
at A. Rosenthal's, Augusta, Ga,
ONLY
Exclusif
Men's Fi
Largest Stock !
Lowest Prices !
. All Goods ]
DORN & MIMS
AT E. B
. Remember
That I always keep a fresh assort
ment of Fancy and Heavy Gro
cerieo on haud. When in need of
them give me a call. Satisfaction
guaranteed.
0. Sheppard, Jr.
The F. L. S.and P. L. S.
Had a joint debate, ii ;
The girls looked "sweet."
"Of course" the boys were beat,
But, they do not mind defeat.
The P. L. S. and F. L. S.,
Both, made a noble fight,
The girls for the "South,"
The boys for che "West,"
"Ot course" the decision "was right. /
The P. JJ. S. to the F. L. S.,
"Don't let this victory ruin you,"
Some future night
We'll nave another fight
And then you'llsee how we'll "do you.'
-ONE OF THE BOTS.
The Monument to Gen. Mart
Gary.
At a meotiug of the County
Uommittee authorized to solicit
subscriptions to the Gen Mart
Gary Monument, held on the 13th,
the following additional Sub
Cmmitteemen were appointed to
assist and work in concert, with
those heretofore named, viz: J F
Atkins, Walter Cheatham, G A
AdamB, Capt John A Butler, John
Brimson, W B Quarles, Feli
Timmerman, John H.. Cogent
Charles Quarles, John H
Williams, Ab. Horn, John Whit ;
lock, Dr W D Jennings- and L r
Bell.
And, gentlemen, as we .'said t
those hitherto appointed, r '
reiterate here that "we feel assured
that each" cf you will take an es
pecial interest in the matter, and
give every one in your respective
townships an opportunity to pub
scribe something, be it ever so lit
tie, to the erection of a monument
in honor of the momory of the
gallant Mart Gary, the true, the
brave "Bala Eagle of Edgefield."
Th* State committee say "we
intend to make this monument a
certainty." And we men of Edge
field phould go to work with- the
same high resolve."
All of the sub-committee, will
please report.to us, with Bubscrip
tiou lists and fund* received, at
our meeting on firBt Monday in
February next,. The subscription
lists will be published, and every
cent paid in duly acknowledged.
S. B. MAYS,
MARK TONEY,
PIERCE STEVENS,
C. C. FULLER,
D. R. DURISOE,
County Committee
P. S.-Printed Subscription
Lists have beeu mailed to each
member of the Sub-Committee.
g
CUBAN Q5L eurea
'Cuts, Bums, Bruiies,Bheo
matiem and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
For sale by G. L. Penn & Son.
We have managed to secure the
best and easiest riding Buggy for
the least money, at A. Roseuth? l's
Augusta. Ga.
We occasionally get some io
tereeting glimpses into life in our
own possessions of the far East.
The Freedom, published in Manila,
giv^s us one of them in a rec?nt
issue aB follows; "There will be
an excursion to Cavite today.1 A
baseball match will be pulled off
and about 100 cocks will fight for
supremacy at the new cockpit,
back of the chu rob-Calumba
Record.
ALL WOMEN . . .
Suffering from female troubles should
try the ''Old Time" Remedy,
?icm
OB
FEMALE
mwmm
It has no equal. It strengthens the ]
delicate female organs and builds a worn-1
an up. All suffering and Irregularities at <
"monthly" periods can be avoided by Its <
use. It ls for young girls maturing, fort
mothers, and for women at Chango of Uta. j
Should be used before child-birth.
Sold by all druggists, or sent post-paid v
on receipt of price $1.00, .
Ladles Blue Book sent FREE to any one ?
on application. Address, "WOMAN S DE-'
PARTMtNT", New Spencer Medicine Co., Chat
tanoogo, Tonn.
Mention this paper.
For sale by G. L. feu n & son.
re Dealers In >n
[ Shoes Hats
Lirnishings.
Marked ?i Plain Figures.
i?
h
- HART STAND.
Gigs aijfl Presses.
GET OUR PRICES.
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, Oil and
fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin.J.Press,
liane Mill,and Shingle Outfits.
Building,Bridge, Factory, Furnace
nd Railroad Castings, Railroad, Mill.
Jachinists' and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
ast every day. Work 150 Hands.
jomliard Iron Works & Snpply Co.
AUGUSTA, GA.
foundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press aud Gin Works
Qty Repairs Promptly Done
ORDERS FILLED
REMOVAL.
PP. P.
HAS REMOVED TO
07 7TH ST., AUGUSTA, GA.,
Where he .will "still continue to
ive his
FKEE EYE TESTS
'or all defects of* sight. Grind
hy shape . and style of lenee
rhile you wait.
. AT.T. WADF OTT i r? AXrmT7<T?-n
lt*
.. - * .? ^^^^^
TRADE MARKS
DESIGNS
COPYRIGHTS Ste
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention ls probably patentable. Communica
tions strictly con?denUal. Handbook on Patenta
sent free. Oldest agency for secnrlngpatenta.
Patents taken thronah Mann & Co. receive
rpuial notice, without chame, la the
Scientific American.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir-'
cnlatlon of any sclentlno Journal. Terms. $3 a
year: four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN & Co.36,Bro?d??' New York
Branch Office. 625 F BU Washington. D. C
Lost Note.
f OST by the subscriber on or about
Li Friday, the 1st December inst., a
fote for $332.70, dated D*c. 1, 1899,
;iven by S. L. and G. F. Bigliam to the
indersigned, due 12 months after date.
Ul persons are herewith warnel not
o trade for the above described note
s payment has been stopped.
JOHN C. WHATLEY.
?TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EXECUTIVE CHAMBER.
Whereas information has been
eceived at this Dflpartmemt that
>n the 9th day of December, A. D.
L899, the tenant house of John C.
Sheppard in the county of Edge
ield, was burned, and there being
?ea8on to believe that the burning
vas an act of incendiarism.
Now, Therefore, I, M. B. Mc
sweeney, Governor of the State of
South Carolina, in order that jus
;ice may be done and the majesty
>f the law vindicated, do hereby
)ffer a reward of One Hundred
dollars for the apprehension and
?onviction of the person or persons
vho committed said act of inceu
Liarism.
In Testimony Whereof, I have
lereunto set my hand and caused
the Great Seal of the
State to be affixed, at
Columbia, this 18th
I j day of December, A.
j SEAL. D. 1899, and in the
' >-^v^ ' one hundred and
twenty-fourth year of
the Independence of
the United States of
America.
M. B. MCSWEENEY.
By the Governor :
M. R. COOPER,
- Secretary of State.
Notice of Dissolution.
This is to certify tb?t th" firm
ti Hardy (fe Bussey, const.iluted of
1. L. Hardy and T. T. Bussey, is
this day dissolved by mutual con
sent. The new firm of T. T. Butley
issuers all liabilities of the firm
if Hardy & Bussey, also collect
ing all debts due the said firm of
Hardy & Burney.
' J. H. HARDY,
T. T. BUSSEY.
Modos, S. C., Dec. 12, 1890.
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in
ilei We Ipits
AND STATUARY,
alistes, Coping, toa and Wire
PBITOBS.
UILDING STONE
Of Every Description.
UTE OR CALL AND SEE ME
Cor. Washington and Ellis Sts.
AUGUSTA, GA.
Uarge stock of finished work al
ys on-hand ready for lettering.
Prices always right.
CASH
ADVANCED
ON
COTTON'
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.
We aro advancing nearly
the full value of, cotton in
our warehouse.
DAVISON
& FARGO,
COTTON
FACTORS,
AUGUSTA,
GA.
623 BROAD STREET.
JD QMg
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Savannah,(Sb. Ky.).
Barnwell.
Blackville.
Springfield.
Sally.
Pfl?ry.
Columbia..
Charleston,(So. Ey.
Summerville.
Broach vi lie.
Oraneeburg.
Kiugville.
Columbia
Augusta,(So. fly. ).
ttranltcvilio.
Aiken.
Trenton.
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lelumola.t?nien Depot),
i Columhia,(BlAndingSt...
Wlnnsboro.
Ohester
Kook:
Charity
DanvUi
Richmond
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Baltimore,(Pa. E. Br.).
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. New York.(Pa. RTK.)
Philadelphia.
Baltimore.
Washington,(So. Ry.).
Richmond
. Danvillo.
. Charlotte.
Rock Hill.
Cheater.
Winn9boro.
. Columbin, (Blandina St.).
, Columbia, i L":.iou Depot) .
Johnston.
Trenton.
. Aiken.
Graniteville.
Augusta '.
. Columbiu,(?o. Ky.).
Kingville.
Orangeburg,..
BranehviTlo.
Summerville.
. Charloitov.
. Columbla.ido. Ky.).
.Perry.
baily.
Springfield.
Blackville.,.
Barnwell.:.
Savannah.
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1 27 p
8 20p
7 4l*p
Llcuttfag Oar Servio*,
excellent daily passenger service between
?rida and ST??" York.
?OH. 38 and -U-Now York and Florida Bn>
as-i, Drawing-room sleeping cars between
igustu and Now York.
'ullman drawing-room sleeping cars ha
cen Port Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah,
abbington and NMW York,
.ullman sleeping curs between Charlotte and
fWny' bining oars between Charlotte
d Savannah.
Noa. Jo M-U. S. Fast "tall. Throngh
ilman drawing-room buffet ? eeplng cars tit
een Jacksonville and Now York and Fru?
ia sleeping cars between Augusta and Char
it?. Dining curs serve all meals enrouto.
Lllman sleeping cars botween Jacksonville
d Columbia, enrouta dailv between .Tackaaa
le and Cincinnati, via Asheville.
IAN-K B. GANNON, J.M.CULP,
rhird V-P. & ?en. V jr., Traine Mgr.,
ashlngton, D. C Washington, D. OL
. A. TURK, 8. H. HARD WICK,
?eu. Paas. Ag't., A.U I v.....u. ... u,
Washington, D. 0. Atlanta, Ga.
Shoes! Shoes 1 Perhaps it isn't; so
nerally known as it should be, that
> keep Shoes, a heavy stock for ladies',
nfs, and children. L. E. JacKson $
Save ^riiis Check,
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|>r^HIS CHECK will be accepted!
= I for 6 oents with every Cash pur- E
s phoQonf?l CO. Onlvone nhpfitflfi-=
chase of $1.00. Only one Check ac- S
= cepted with each $1.00 cash purchase at =
TURNER'S I
FURNITURE ST?BE, -f S
I FURNITURE,
?Stoves, Bedsprings, Mattresses, | J
I Full Line Housefuinisringocds. |
?Prices and Quality ?
I Sell Our Goods.!
= Have your Pictures Framed her*
E -REMEMBEB THE PLACE- at Lowest Pri es,
I W.H. TURNER, | Pictures Enlarged
51136 Broad, Near Cor. Marbury Streets j ? ^ 20 fOF $1 98
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To Our Friends and Patrons
GREETINGS.
Appreciating your kindness in the pest we solicit your patronage io?
the future. Our stock of clothing is indeed handsome, stylish tuc.
serviceable. Our prices are lower than ever and 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^
Department his 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 SCHOOL SUIT $3.00.
[f you cannot come write us, prompt attention to all orders. We puy
the expressage to you.
I C. LEVY'S SON & CO.,
TAI LOR-f?? CLOTHIERS ?{UGUSJA, Gi
MKWtt mmwi mn
B. SKAL?WSK!, PROPRIETOR.
547 BBOAB STBEETJ
Ef you call at above place yon will
SAVE 25 TO 50 PER CENT. ""*
Below are a few of our pricC3:
SOLID OAK SUIT for $12 50, worth $16 00. j 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.
i_>. OI\ML.UVV9r\i,
547 BROAD ST. AUGUSTA, CA.
JOHN R. SCHNEIDER,
ESTABLILHED A. D. 1846.
-Importer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer'in
Liquors, Fine Wines, Havana Cigars.
IL?TJSTE?RSAXJ WATERS, ETC.!
601 AND 802 B ROAD'STREET.
Agent for Veuve-Cliicquot Ponsardin. A i i r-\ I I r^T A A"\ A
Urbana Wine Company. AUGUo I A, A
Anheuaer-Busch'Brewing Co._ ? _ '
EVEWTfl I NI; OJ ' WHEELS
FIELD & KELLY'S.
Buggies*, Carriages, Wagons, Harness,
Saddles, Bicycles, Buggy Robes,
Bicycle Tires, Etc., at
FIELD & KELLY'S,
949 BROAD STREET
AUGUSTA, CA
RS FAR
MERS BANK
OF EDGEFIELD,?.S. C.
.. * * *
\ State aud County Spilan.
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Paid-up Capital, $58,000 ?
* * *
sontos WM Profits, $10,000.00.
. * * *
A. E. PADGETT, President.
W. H. T1MMERMAN, V-Pres.
J. L. CAUGHMAN, Cashier.
W. H.?HARLING.?Ass't Cash'r.
sfc
B I
Pays Eight per cent, annual divi
dends.
Does a General Banking Business.
Acts as Guardian, Administrator
and Trustee for Estate?,
g Paye Interest on Deposits by spe
9 cial contract.
IMoney to Lend on Approved Se
curity. .
Y0UR ACCOUNT SOLICITED
fl ON BUSINESS TERMS.
Mrs. 11 Buckley,
- WHOLESALE -
BOOKSELLER,
stationer and NeisMt>
Diaries, Photograph Albums, Blank
Books, Pens, Inks, Envelopes, .
Playing Cards.
D esiring to retire from business,
will sell my entire stock as a whole
orin lots as may be desired. A
splendid opportunity to any ons
desiring to enter the book business
in Augusta.
Everything very oheap un
til sold.
625 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA.
GEO. T. SHARPT0N,
DENTIST,
EDO-EFIELD, S.Jg^
Front Room in Chronicle B^dp^^
I respectfully solicit th; p
?Jw*.
the people. * tj ss^?
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