Newspaper Page Text
|E?i WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21.
i LOCAL AND PERSONAL, j
Cotton is whooping at 9 cents.
Mr. Walter S. Wise spent Sunday ip
Nary single shad bas appearel in
our merke ja yet.
J. M. Murrell, Edgefield, has two
well broken mules for sale.
See notice of Supervisor Padgett in
this issue as to working the roads.
And they say now that a demagogue
is only a size lat ger than a dem m y joh n
Sunday morning of this week was
beyond doubt the coldest of the winter.
Mr. Sanders, of Barnwell county, is
vi - i ting bis two daughters at the a. C.;
Mrs. Eliza Rawson, formerly Miss
Cheatbam, is visiting friends in Edge
Mr. and Mrs. T. 8. Lanham have re
turned from the Greenwood Y. M. CA.
Mrs Walter Adams, wbo bas been
quite unwell, is, we are glad to state,
On Sunday morning the thermome
ter registered 22 degrees and on Mon
day 28 degrees.
The legi8la:ure adjourned on Satur
day last after a continuous session of
Cadet M. G. Smith, of the S. C. C. L
united with our Baptist church by let
ter on Sunday last,
The roller mills all over the country
are getting ready to roll, in expectation
of a big wheat orop.
The past few days have been what
our friend Brooks Mayson, Esq, de
nominates "wood eaters."
A Mr. Brown,of New Tork, will es
tablish a knitting mill in Abbeville.
Edgefield wants one, too.
Mr. and Mrs. Black, of Williston, are
on a visit to their daughter, Mrs.F.N.
K. Bailey, of the S. C. C. L
Mrs. Walter Rolston, of Atlanta,Ga.,
is on a Visit to ber father and mother,
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dozier came up
from Trenton on Sunday on a visit to
friends and relatives in Edgefield.
Mr. W. M. Ouzts, of the K?rksevs sec
tion, sold thirty bales of cotton in
Greenwood last week for S}? cents.
Ice was plentiful on Sunday morning
and it is feared the fruit buds bave
"gone where tbe woodbine twineth."
M. P. Wella, Esq, has returned from
Columbia, where be went to attend to
important legal matters in theSupreme
Mr. C. H. Fisher was in Columbia on
last Thursday and bad the pleasure of
bearing Mr. Bryan's speech.to the leg
Prof. Bailey has secured an addi
tiona! number of Remington rifles for
the use o) the smaller boys of the Acad
MA Missouri man " it is noted, "call
ed another tran a liar over the tele
phone and subsequently paid twelve
dollars for the privil ege."
On Sunday night next Kev. Geo. W.
Davis will preacb in our Methodist
church tue annual se:rmon to the La
dies' Missionary Society of that
Mr. Cbesley Wells / gave a Valentine
party at his country home on the night
of Feb. 14th. A good! many young peo
ple from our town attended and had a
happy time. '
Our old friend J. Ml. Bell, Sr., is agent
for the life of Dwight L. Moody. This
book is written by a son of Mr. Moody,
who baa taken up his.father's lifework.
The price of the vol nine ranges from
|2 to$4.50, according to binding.
WANTED-Local or traveling sales
man, salary or commission, to handle
our Oils, Greases, Petrolatum, Paints
and White Lead. G^oods guaranteed.
Prices low. Good freight rates and
.prompt delivery. PENN PETROLATUM
Co., Coraopolis, Pa. j
On Thursday of last week Messrs.
James and Bettis Cantelou, had
loaded a car with cotton seed with a
view of shipping them, but being offer
ed 24 cents per bushel by President
Fisher concluded to let our Oil Mill
have them at that price.
If there are any hedrs of James G.
Minor or Braddock Nyle living in
Edgefield county or any where else,
they will hear of something to their
advantage Dy applying at the Adver
tiser office. Tb** persons named lived
in South Carolina about 1840.
Married, Feb.--, 190(1. by the Rev. J.
P. Mealing, home of bride's parents,
Mr. J. P. Sullivan, of E dgefleld county,
and Miss Lillian, daag-hter of Mr. and
Mrs Geo. E. Dorn, of Greenwood
county. Good wishes and a long and
happy life for this happy couple.
The election of Mr. Leon J. Williams
tobe chairman of the State board of
dispensary directors under the new
law, just passed, will be a cause of con
gratulation to the people of Edgefield
county without regard to party or
politics, and such election is a distinc
tive recognition of merit by the State
Under the new law iE dgefleld will
receive about twice as much money
from the sale of liquors as under the
old. Last year, for instance, we re
ceived $1200, this year we get $2400.
Of course these figures are approxi
mately correct, not exact And would
not $2400 wisely expended make a
very daisy of- our old towri?
Mr. J. A. Timmerman is again in
business at the old stand* with new
goods and a newly painted store, as to
the inside. He will be glad! to see and
serve bis friends, tor m er customers am!
the balance of mankind to all they may
need in the grocery liue. Jim is a good
fellow. Don't forget him in your trade.
Pe w>H always treat yon "ja ?a op."
I SEED. %
We have just rece:
I? DRETH'S GARDE]
is the time to sow.
The beautiful and spirited drill of
the Cadets of the S. C C. I, Cos. A and
B, Capt. Cain, commandant, on our
public square on Saturday last, was a
surprise to many of us. The boys cer
tainly had been well and patiently
drilled in the manual of arms, whilst
they marched in line with admirable,
precision. They all did well-but,
right here we would "rise to remark"
that we are betting our pile on Co. B, |
the smaller boys. And what they will
do for Co. A, the manish fellows, at the
J une commencement will be "a plenty." j
FARM HANDS WANTED-Wanted good
steady and industrious colored men
single or married, with families, to
work the whole year for cash payments
monthly. Apply to Hollow Creek Farm, |
T?ales P. 0., Aiken Co, S. C. .
For sale in town of Edgefield, four
acres land with two-story 14-room
dwelling house thereon, centrally lo-j
cated. Suitable for hotel or boarding |
house. . W. N. BURNETT.
Jurors, March Term, 1900.
T H Rainsford,
D T virice,
S H Manget,
G W Wise, Jr
J R Blocker,
W L Nicholson.
W H Brigg*, Jr
0 L Miller,
J M Bush,
J B Cartledge,
W P BrunBon,
R H Scott,
L W Reese,
J C Strother.
PETIT JURORS, FIRST WEEK.
J A Timmerman
J A Mette,
W T Hudson,
H A Adams,
W E Duke,
J M Bettie,
0 J Holmes,
S A Brunson,
C ? Boatwright,
J J Holland,
M M Parkman,
L E Wood,
T L Miller,
J L Canghman,
F E Randall,
P H Bussey,
C H 3 Williams,
M W Carpenter,
Jas E Hart.
J R Hart, '
W L Coleman,
J B Cornett,
A E Carpenter,
W S Covar,
W D Turner,
M A Medlock,
Jas P Bean,
P B Harrison,
EG Morgan, Sr.
W W MUler,
A H Gardner,
P|?HfAj|gNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep
S flCSc?lvl 9 ?ia, Constipation rind ?di
gesti?n. Segu?ate* the Liver. Price, 25 ct*.
For sale by G. L. Peon &Son.
Is the only place in Edgefi<
We are the manufacturers'
?ii 11 II nm II mi II II mut profit?
I NO Wear on
1 DECEPTION. | wear Bay S
E ALL GOODS j? Others do.
= MARKED E
? IN PLAIN S
E FlGUSES. z
A TRIP TO WASHINGTON.
MR. EDITOR : On the 6th of Feb
mary we boarded tho train at John
eton, S. C., for Columbia, where we
remained two days. Columbia, the
capital of South Carolina is on a
decided boom, aDd from the pres.
?nt outlook bids fair to outstrip
auy city in South CaroHua. The
Seaboard Air Line ' railroad com
pany has worked its right of way
through the vory centr* of the city
in spite of the bitter opposition of
the great Southern System of rail
road. New houses, new people,
and new street cars encircle the
Columbia is not only destined
to be the centre of the South Caro
lina government, but is also bound
to be a great educational centre, as
we notion that the legislature has
voted well to keep the South Caro
lina College going, and it is only
to be hoped that next session they
will even do better. From a com
mercial standpoint she is in a posi
tion to command the trade of South
Carolina if she will, and we notice
many wholesale establishments.
There is no end of cotton fac
tories in Columbia, then she ie
certain to become a manufacturing
We noticed that the Renate and
House of Representatives were
composed of a very representative
set of men, devoid almost of all
the partisan, bitterness that has
characterized these bodies in late
On the 8th of February we toofc
the N. & L. R. R. for Clinton, S. C.
where we arrived at 1 p. m., one ol
the oleanest and prettiest little
ived our supply of LAN- 1
q SEED foi 1900. Now ?
l FLAT DUTCH CABBAGE =
DRUM HEAD u 5
BROWN MUSTARD h S
D WHITE ONION SETTS ?
tISH POTATOES E
G PEAS I
>RUG STORE. I
towns in South Carolina. We
stopped at the Peke House, and
they gave usa delightful dinner.
Mrs Peke, the chief of the hotel,
has a State reputation as a hotel
keeper. The most attractive fea
ture of this town was the Thorn
well Orphanage, which was origi
nated, built and carried on by that
consecrated Chistian, Rev Dr Ja
cobs. I was under the impression
before I saw with my own eyes,
that thsB institution was confined
only to feeding and taking care of
orphans. This I find is a great
mistake. The grounds are like a
lovely park and the buildings are
built of solid home granite of the
most stylish type. They teach the
children all kind of trades and
professions, and when they leave
they are teachers, preachors, cooks,
nurses, mechanics, etc. Then they
have a model farm where the boys
learn tue profession of farming by
requiring them to do all their
work, etc. We met here our old
aud tried friend Dr. W. S. JacobB,
now one of the leading preachers
in the South, filling the pulpit of
one of the largest churches of
At 5.30 p. m. we took the train
on the grand Seaboard Air Line
railroad and landed in Portsmouth
next morning after a most pleas
ant trip. During the night we just
missed a terrible collision with the
train at Weldon on the Coast Line.
The day was spent most delight
fully in Norfolk, Va., which .
minded me much of Charlee
and where we got the best brc
fast I ever sat down to. By .
way, here wejmet Harry Leard, y
spent some of his boyhood daye
Edgefield. Harry now is a tr
portly, handsome man and hs
lucrative and prominent posit: L?
on the S. A. L. R. B.
After spending the day in No
folk with relatives we took the
dd where you can buy the
agents, you pay no jobbers
e pair and you will always
Jtate Shoes as hundreds of
^ & MIMS.
boat at sun down for Washington.
This was a lovely, grand and cleaD
boat in every respect, it reminded
me very much of what I had read
of the ocean steamers. It ?B really
hard ror a countryman to find his
way in this grand boat, the large
mirrons confuse you, and half the
time a fullow finds himself butting
his bea i against glass. After a
very pleasant night v/e find our
selves at sun up the next morning
viewing in the morning mist the
city of Washington, where we are
now enjoying what is to be seen on
all sides. Have you ever thought]
about how many people in large1
cities you don't know and how cold
and absolutely indifferent neigh-1
bors are who live next door to each
other and never speak or know
I have seen our friend Maj. An
derson, and Dick is just the same,
and gives me a seat in his reserve
On Saturday last I had the
pleasure of shaking hands with the
great Wm. J. Bryan, and my, he
has a stiff grip and looks well and
Yesterday I sent my card into
our Jasp Talbert and he came out
and had a chat with me, he lookn
well and is very active looking out
for our in terests here. W hen I am
here longer will write more.
Met Senator McLaunu this
morning and he is well.
F. W. P. BUTLER.
CUBAN RELIEF curt?
Colic, Nounugla and Toothocha
Ia Ave minute*. Sour Stomach
and Summer Complaint!. Price, 25 Conti.
For sale by G. L. Penn & Son|
BEST MEDIUM OF CO-OPE
How beet to introduce and bring
about this union of strength among
the people who constitute the pop
ulation of the rural districts is a
matter of serions concern at the
For i everal years past the farm
ers of the North and South have
accomplished that desirable state
of affaire through the medium of j
the Farmers' Institutes, which have |
annually grown iu popularity un
til at present they far exceod inj
number all other local agricul
tural societies, and have become )
far-reaching in their usefulness.
The Farmers' Institute is the
outcome of progress under a high
type of civilization, and is now a
superior method of aiding the in
dividual farmer in his lifework to
any of the local agricultural so
cieties at present in existence.
CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS,
As a guide to institutes inform
ing their constitution and by-laws,
a form is herewith presented,
which may be accepted, amended
or rejected. Each institute being
a separate and distinct organiza
tion, not subservient to the control
of any other institute, there can be
no fixed cone ti tut ion and by-laws
for adoption by the varions insti
Article 1. This institute shall be
known as the Farmers' Institute
of District or Town
Art. 2. The officers of this insti
tute shall be a president, vice
president, and secretary.
Art. 3. The president shall be
sleeted for one year from the date
o? his installation into office. He
shall preside at each meeting and
Barnestly endeavor to advance the
interests of the institute.
Art. 4. The vice-president shall
be elected for one year in the same
manner as the president. He shall
preside in the absence of the presi
dent and perform all other duties
incumbent upon that officer.
Art. 5. The secretary shall be
elected for one year and in the
same manner as the president. It
shall be the duty of the secretary
to keep a correct record of the busi
DPsn wJiich transpired at each
'.: '?''1. > '? Xv... . 'J.'
? i J j''.: y '".'".".!.* 3 ''
i?:: V.V.: :? m uc:r>??
engaged in farming or deriving a
direct income from agriculture in
which they possess a pecuniary in
terest are entitled to membership
in the institute.
Art. 8. The wives and daughters
of farmers are eligible to member
ship, and are cordially invited to
Art. 9. School teacheis, particu
larly those in the rural districts,
are entitled to membership.
Art. 10. No membership fee of
any kind shall be charged, either
for admission or for monthly dues.
Art. ll. Any officer of th ie insti
tute who announces his candidacy
for political office of any kind,
must immediately resign his posi
tion in the institute or his office
will be declared vacant, and an
election held at the first meeting
thereafter to supply the vacai cy
Art. 12. The membership of this
instituts shell not be restricted to
any definite number, the object of
the institute being to encourage
and aid in every way possible each j
and evpiy person in this commu
nity who is entitled to member,
Art. 13. The members of tb ie
institute have united for *he pur
pose of advancing our intellectual
faculties, developing and bringing
about a better system of farming
by which our material condition
may be benefitted, and establish
ing correct safe-guards for oar mu
tual protection in the sale of our
principal crops and rural commu
Art. 14. No member shall, under
any circumstances, be allowed to
discuss political candidates ' for
State or county offices, and if per
ALL WOMEN . . *
Suffering from female troubles should
try the ''Old Time" Remedy,
It has no equal. It atrengthenf the
delicate female organs and bulldsawom
an up. All suffering and Irregularities at
"monthly" periods can beavolded by Its
use. It ls for young girls maturing, for
mothers, and for women at Changa ol Lila.
Should be used before child-birth.
Sold by all druggists, or sent post-paid
on receipt of price ji.oo.
Ladies Blue Book sent FREE to any one
on application. Address, "WOMAN'S DE
PARTMENT", Nan Spencer Madlcina Co., Chat,
Mention this paper.
For t ale by 8. L Pena <% Son.
?i?ted in the presiding officer is
hereby empowered to expel such
members from the institute.
Art. 15. The meetings shall be
iheld with open doors and the insti
tute is in no wise to be considered
[ a secret order.
Art. 16. The foregoing costi
tution can be amended at any
time by a two-thirds vote of the
members of the institute.
1. The president shall preside at
the meetings and exercise a general
Huperintendency over the work of
2. The vice-president shall pre
nid? in the absence of the presi
- 3. The secretary shall beep a
correct roll of members, the min
utes of all meetings, either regular
or called, and attend to all the cor
respondence of the institute.
4. The institute will hold its
regular meeting at on
the day of each month
until hereinafter changed.
5. In the absence of both presi
dent and vice-president the secre
tary shall preside until a president
pro tem, has been elected to preside
during the proceedings of thai
6. A committee of three compe
tent members shall be appointed
by the president and recognized as
the program committee, whose,
duty it shall be to prepare and
have ready at each meeting a pro
gram containing .subjects for dis
cussion at the next meeting, with
names of speakers, etc., subject to
ratification of the institute.:
7. A competent person shall be
appointed by the president whose
duty it shall be to take charge of
the question box, and eubmit re
plies to all questions asked in as
full and explicit manner as the
character of each question de
8. A lady shall be appointed by
the president to assist the person
iu charge of the question box by
replying to all queries submitted
by the lady members of the insti
9. All the subjects on the pro
gram shall be first discussed and
disposed of before any new mat
ters can be presented for consid
presiding officer. ?
2. Roll call by secretary.
3. Reading minutes by secretary.
4. Confirmation of minute*
5. Motion to reconsider.
6. Reports from e-anding con
7. Unfinished business of pre
8. Program for the day.
9. New business.
Mr. Editor, I quote you the fore
PRO BONO PUBLICO.
Airy Mount, S. C., Feb. 14.
I? AT HALF PRICE.
if you want us to mako to
?our HABERE and ORDER
ELASTIC GOODS for tb. BELIE!
A5D CUBE OF TABICOSE TEINS,
WEAK, BTfOLLES OB ULCER
ATED UHRS, CORPULENCY,
_ IBDOaiSAL WEAKNESS OB
T TCBOB, state roar belebt,
mlgbt and ac* state number
of Inches around body or
ll cab at each letter shown In
cut and send to us with oar
SPECIAL PRICK. We will m&ke
tho (roods to order from tho
rt ry tutti fr*ih rubber elaille
msUrlal, guarantee a perrett flt and
dit you do not And lt perfectly
?satisfactory and equal to goods
" others get double the prleo for.
" return at our exponse and we will
refund your money.
OUR SPECIAL PRISE ft ??
.Lille thigh .tocking, A to I,87.60;
thigh libing, C to I, 83.00; thlgU
piece. Oto I, S3-KO; knee .tackln?.
Ato?, $6.00; knee leggin*, C lo ll,
84.00; ka.? esp, Blot, 63.00;
c? ri rr .tocking, A to B, 03.00; garter
URKIEK, C to E, 83.00; anklet, A to C.
litt COt abdominal belt, K to ?, 010.00. COTTON ELASTIC
(NODS, ONE-THIRD LESS. Special Cotorod Elaille Abdominal
iiciipor^r, mado of soft Uslo thread,Interwoven with
tcDtested rubber thread ,8 lnehc. wide, 83.00; 10 Inches,
A 1.25118 lillie., 83.60. Write for Surgery Catalogue.
SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.,(Inc.), CHICAGO, III.
pp. p. n.ujpiMi)
HAS REMOVED TO
207. 7TH ST., AUGUSTA, GA.,
Where he?will ^still continue to
FKEE EYE TESTS
For all defects of sight. Grind
any shape and, style of lenee
while you wait.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Tells if you need glasses, rest or
I have re-opened my
Livery Stables again
at the old stand, where
I wiJl be pleased to
see and serve my
friends and the
ful for pa9t pa
tronage, I shall
endeavor to de
served cont nuance in the future.
P. T. GRICE.
there are thousands of wo
men who nearly suffer death
"from irregular menses. Some
times the " period " comes too
often - sometimes not often
enough-sometimes the flow is
too scant, and again it is too
profuse. Each symptom shows
that Nature needs help, and
that there is trouble in the or
gans concerned. Be careful
when in any of the above con
ditions. Don't take any and
every nostrum advertised to
cure female troubles.
is the one safe and sure
medicine for irregular or pain
ful menstruation. It cures all
the ailments that are caused by
irregularity, such as leucor
rhcea, falling of the womb,
nervousness; pains in the head,
back, breasts, shoulders, sides,
hips and limbs. By regulating
the menses so that they occur
every twenty-eighth day, all
those aches disappear together.
Just before your time comes,
get a bottle and see how much
good it will do you. Druggists
sell it at $i.
Send for our free book, "Perfect
Health for Women."
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR
LATOR CO. f
One lot containing one acres with a
gojd new 5-room dwelling, near the
business part of town, on Geter street,
in the trwn of Edgetield. Price $1,300.
Term?! easy. Apply to \V. IN". Burnett,
Real Estate Agent.
485 acres desirable farm lands with
six good frame tenant dwellings and
six mules, 150 acres in cultivation, all
'resh cleared. .Price $2,200. Terms
liberal. Apply to W. N. Burnett, Real
A seven-room, 2-story house on Gray
streeton the town of Edgefield; good
servants and other outhouses; also
goodwell of water, with 40 acres of
land. Reasonable terms.
Also ISO acres of land, in town of
Edgefield, with modern up-to-date
dwelling house,a number of good out
houses. Everything in apple-pie or
der. This is, perhaps, Mie most valuu
property in the town all things con
sidered, and will be sold at a bargain.
Also the Griflin Hill place, Addison
street, seven-room house, with 21}<
acres of land, with necessary out
houses and good well of water. A
Also avery desirable nine-room, 2
story house in Western Edgetield with
sevil acres of -land attached, for sale
- - ~ont.
- -- - -"'-'J' -~-- -
"Triumph" Seed. From no other
Seed will such melons grow. Thou
; sands of Melons grown from these
Seeds in 1899 weighed 100 to 135
pounds each-one weighed 1
and another 149^ pound?
$210.00 TN CAoHPRIZES
for the 9 largest "Triumph" Water
melons grown in 1900 from Girar
GIANT BEGGAE WEED SEED
E0'~ Send for Catalogue giving
full information to
W. M. GIRARDEAU,
928 Broad Street,
PLATES, . 85.00 UP
GOLD CBOWNS, 5.00 "
AMALGAM FILLINGS 50 "il
N. B.-On $10 worth of work we will
pay railroad fare both ways when the]
distance is not greatei than twenty
live miles from Augusta.
DR. P. D LUXEMBURGER.
808 Broad Street,
Furnished and Fitted in the
A trial solicited.
J. E. CLANCY, Proprietor
SEND 50 ?fNT8-*
TU IS AD.
send you this Violin Outfit
by express C. O. O. subject
to examination. Thin violin
?a a Genuine Btridltarluj Hodel, made of old wood, curly
maplo backend sidos, top nf seasoned pine, specially
?elected for violins, edges Inlaid ?llb pnrfllng, bett quality
gees/.flalihod triunia**!>TW|3A REGUtjSR. S8.00
old tone qua!
beautifully finished, highly polished, with .pie
Iquality. Complete with a genuine Dratlt wood Tonrte
model bo?, 1 extra set of siring*, a neil, weil Bide violin
eoio, large piteo of rosin, and one of dir tre'.t common lenee
Infraction books pnbllihed. YOU CAS EIA.'ilSB IT at your
express office, and If found exactly as represented and
the greateet bargain yon erer nw or heard of, pay the ex
pross agent $3.7S lrsithoSOcont dcpMlt,or(3.35 and
expreeacharge., and the outfit ls youri.
SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER. ???S^t
foll we will gt.e one Uttered fingerboard chart, which can be
adjusted to any* violin without changing; the Instru
ment and will provo a valuablo guido to beginners, and
wo will also allow tho instrument to bo returned afters
days' trial if not found entirely satisfactory In every
respect. B?( Itt action guaranteed or mouey refunded In fail.
Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (inc.)Chicago.
(BEAKS, ROEBUCK * CO. art thoroughly rel!sile. -Editvr.)
jjHjgUS ONE DOLLAR
Cat this Bi. nut and <rnd to us with 01.00, ud we will nn-1 roa thu SUMI
UrttOVKD PARLOR GU ORGAN, bj might C. O. D., iabjtet to ?isolat
ion. Yon can examine lt at your nearest freight depot, and If j
><m And It exactly a? rcprc tented, the greatest T?IU? yon erer ft?
.i I fAr better than orran* aJirrthrd bj other* at mora mont;, ps ; the f relph t
-?nt OUR PRICE 335.50, Ie*? the Cl.00 deposit, or ?8 1.50 and
elghleh.-in-aa. THE PARLOR CEM 1* one of tb* mott DURABLE
'?Ii SVTELl'EST TOSKJJ lottraments ?rarmade. From the Illustration
lioun, which is engraved direct from a photograph you can form
arne idea of its beautiful appearance. Made fromaolid quarter
.<iwed oak or walnut a? dealrcd, perforated key slip, foll panel body,
- 'anti?ul narqnetry deslrn pinela aaa amy other bandions decorations
.id ornaments, msklag lt the TER? LATEST STYLE. TUE PAK LOK
:EM la 6 foot high, 42 inches long. ?3 Inches wide and weighs 300
ounds. Contains 6 octaves, ll stops, as follows : Diapason, Principal,
luleiaoa, Jlelodia, Celeste, Crraoaa, Hm Coupler, Treble Coupler,
Hap&ton Forte and Tox Uamana; 2 Oeta? Couplers, 1 Tone Swell,
I Grand Organ Swell, 4 Sela of Orchestral Toned Resonator} Pipe
.luallly Reeds, 1 Ht tor 37 rare Sweet EelodJa Deeds, 1 Set orr "
'.harmlngly Brilliant Celeste Reeds, 1 Set of 2* Bich Bellow Saoo
illapaton Reeds. 1 Set of Pleating Soft Xelodlooa Principal
lead*. THE PARLOR CEM action consists of tho
lebratcd Newell Un-it, wiiicb ?re only used in the high
st grade instruments; fitted-A Uh Kinmond Cooplera and
ox Hamann, abo best Dolgc felts, leathers, etc., bellows
ethe best rubber cloth, 3-rly bellows stoclc and ilnest
.:ithcrin veins. THE PARLOR CEM isfurnlyhed
ith a 10x11 bove'ed plate French mirror, Dickel plated
...dil fromes, nr/i every modern lrairovoment. We
?rr.:. h free a banuVrae erg tn (tool and the beat or$an lestree*
: i book publhaed.
??ARAHTEED 25 YEARS.
-j-jc a written binding 25-ycar guarantee, by the
erins and conditions of which if any part gives ont we
?pair it free or charge. Try it ono month and we will
?BUM your money if you are not perfectly satisfied. 600
.ftheso organs will be sold at $33-80. ORDER
VT ONCE. DON'T DELAY.
[UR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED & J?
,: cal t with us ask your neighbor about UB, write
tho publisher of this paper or Metropolitan
Vatio np.: Bank, or Corn Nat. Bar.*, of Chicago;
ir German Exchango Bank, New York; or any
ii! rcaxl or express company in Chicago, ive
tte a capital of o ?er $700,000.00, occupy entire
me of the largest burines* blocks In Chicago,
.A employ nearly 2.000 pennie in onr own
.iildlnfr. 1TB BELL ORGANS AT f 2:3.00 and opt
itvus, si li..JO and ap; also everything in musical instruments at lowest wholesale prices. Write for free oped*,
organ, plano and musical instrument catalogue. Address, ffaesli "?*-.--*' *? 0*? art rbrrrrirkrj nllikU gftlarr ]
SEARS, ROEBUCK cfc CO. (Inc.), Fulton, De-plainesand Wajman Sb., CHICAGO, ILL.
W. J. RUTHERFORD.
R. B. MORRIS.
W. J. RUTHERFORD & CO.,
AND DEALERS IN
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
FIRECLAY, READY ROOFING,
WD OTHER MATERIAL
WRITE US FOR PRICES.
COR. REYNOLDS AND WASHINGTON STS,
AUGUSTA, Gr A..
E0RGE Pe 0OBB,
J"OHJNTSTO^ , s. a.
Furniture and Household Goods,
Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles.
-TT A VF. PTTtf r-WT^T^n A XT17W AiuT?_
d Edgefield a
a Aiken d
W. A. TURK, G. P. A., J. B. HEY WARD, T. P. A. :
Washington, D. C. Augusta, Gas
S. H. HARDWICK, A. G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga.
YWITH YOUB OB CIE, co* thia
ad. out and send to ua.and
- we will send you OUI NlflN
E bj frala^C.aD.acbjacttoaiamlaa
?SABE BRO? CABINET BURDICK SEWING MACl..,.
.J ... You can examine it at your nearest freight depot and if faaea
...rfeeilrsatWartorT.oxactly as represented, equsJ tomaehlaesolaerss.il
e Mri a* Still. 00, and TMS GREATEST BARGAIN' T0C ~
7BKHSAS9 OF, p.y Specia| QRer Price $15.50
ur lr". . ? I .".;i=t our
.id CtO&ht charges. Machine .weighs iso pounds and the freight will
vera?! cents for each 500 milos. QI VE IT THREE MONTHS' THAL lo
iri? A-nhi'nie.and wo WU return your 115.50 any ?lay you are not
-C?l'.'d. Ue sell dlffcrtat make* and aradetof S?wb>c Batr.lnrs at ?S..O,
::).:?:.. fii.no, el?.00 md op. all fully described in our Fm Sewia?
lathise Catakagee. but Bli. ?0 for this DROP DESK CA0IK ET BCRDICK la
iv rri-tttri't velue ever offered by ?ny honae.
agWAWE OF IMITATIONS &S^S?g?K
?eaiCatS,eSertlsg unknown machine* nuder various names, with ruions la
USU itt. Write ?ne friend InChleatro and Uara who are r*llabl? aad wbo are Bot.
r2-5X? 891 6?SRTtBi'*Bar BM ETERT MODER? IBPROTOEJT,
; 5 S Cn i>>v??F?ri3r^25^SV EVERY GOOD POINT OF KTERT HIGH
^~T.TT-SS CHA DH UCHISI MADE, WITH THE
REFXCTS OF SONE. Made by thcB
beat makers la America,
^fVom the best material money
' can bay.
SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK RfflJ^Wfe,
closed (head dropping from sight) V> be used aa a mate ubi?, anawa
or ne*?, the otheropen with full leifrtn table and head in plao* fer
sewing. 4 ft ney drawera, latest 1800 itt letta fraat?, carved, paneled. e*?
DOMetJ and decorated cabinet flnleh, flne?t nickel drawer pulls, rests OB fear
rr. ter?, adjtibtable treadle. genulneSmy'h iron stand, flaett I.rr* Raj* Ana
head, positive four motion fred, self threading; vibrating shonle, automatlo
Vol bin winder, adjustable bearings, patent tension liberator.unproved loose
wheel, adjustable pressure foot, improved shuttle carrier, patent caedle bar,
patent dress (ruard. brad li bandtoaelv ?.?crit.i aad ornamented aad baaaairaUr
' GUARANTEED tb*liebtestraanlac, asottdarak!*aa? sMitat
?rr? kaawa attaekassat I? f* raith rd and our Tree In
I jnst bow anyone can run it and do elf her plain or any
, tO-Tean' Blodlaa; Guarantee i s sen t with every machine,
d -?t--._saJt>|T pnCT9 Yflll MITHlNf? t?at*eiettlatUfatiiaMtit.eowpewttwMt
C60.00, and then if convinced that you aro saving 123.00 to (10.00, pay your freight agent the S) 13.50
rTK TO R KI I" PN TOCIl 21 J. SO if et any limo within three months you say you are not satisfied. ORDER TO-DAT.
DON'T HEXiAY. (Scars, Roebuck <t Co. aro thoroughly reliable^-Editor.) <
Address, SEA3.S, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago. III..
To Our Friends and Patrons
Appreciating > our kindness in the p*.st we bolicityour patronage foj
the future. Our stock of clothing is indeed handsome, stylish alic
serviceable. Our prices are lower than ever and will please you?!
MEN'S SUITS $6.50 to $23.00.J
BOY'S SUITS from $3.00 to $12.00.
The Hat and Furnishing Departments are'complete. Our Childwn'i
Department h is been refurnishing and the stock of clothing ii better
than ever. We extend a special invitation to the ladies.
CHILDREN'S SUITS $1.76. SPECIAL SCHOOL SUIT 13.00
If you cannot come write us, prompt attention to all orders. We pay
the expressage to you.
LC. LEVY'S SONl&CO.,
TAlLOR-FIl CLOTHIERS J\UGUSrA, 4?f!