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Edff-ef ield Advertiser
f. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14.
?.LOCAL AND PEBSONAL. ?
"So many sects, so many creeds,
Sp many paths that wind and wind,
" When just the art of being: kind
Is all the sad earth needs."
The' new depot at Trenton is nearly
Mri SLrH. Manget, of Trenton, was in
town on Monday.
A few bushels of the far-famed Bam
sootah cotton seed for sale at Ulis office.
; The Edfrefield Kangers have been
re-organized with John A. Butler as
Oar farmers are already beginning
to pray that Texas may make a short
cotton crop this year.
England had all of her war loan,
$150,000,000, taken in two hours and all
within the city of London.
6oy. HcSweeney ^as appointed W.
T. Garrett as commissioner of deeds for
South Carolina in augusta.
dewberry has out already eight can
didates. This beats Edgeflsld, but old
Edgefleld won't stay beaten.
Hies Amanda Harrison, who has
been io Aiken on a visit to relatives,
returned home some ten days ago.
The Henry Makers of Augusta will
give their free street entertainments
from April 23rd to 23th inclusive.
Hr Branson Hollingsworth, who bas
been seriously ill with the gt ip, is, we
are gratified to state, mach better.
Mr W. H. Hendrix, bf Augusta, was
in Edgefleld for a few days this week
on a visit to his daughter, Mrs Bobert
John C. Strainer's friends are pull
ing bim teran for county supervisor;
bat John says "no, rather raise 10c
Capt G. H. Timmerman has been
awarded the gold m ed ai for oratory at
the. Patrick Military school, Ander
The Montgomery, Ahu, Advertiser is
authority for the statement that Ben
. Tillman is a candidate for vice-presi
dent with Bryan.
Beal Estate Agent Burnett with
draws from sale the T. B. Lanham
house on'Geter street, the same having
been sold to Hr Horace Dorn.
The Aiken papers inform us that
there are more people in Aiken this
season than at any time since the de
struction of the Highland Park hotel.
Messrs J. H. P. Boper, Capt J. A.
Bennett, J. B. Hill, and Poa Jc ^.es, all
of oar?town,have been drawn as United
States ju. ors to serve in Greenville at
the April term.
CoL Wilie Jones, of Columbia, chair
man of the State democratic commit
tee, baa issued a call for.the meeting
of. the committee iri Columbia on Wed
. aesdsy, April 11th.
There will be a meeting of Camp
Abner Perrin at W. N. Burnett's, office
on Friday cf this week at ll o'clock
Business of importance. JOHN KEX
We are rejoiced to state thct Mr.
Harry Hill, who was critically ill last
we?*k, has entirely recovered, and is
going about as usual? He hadan acute
attack of heart trouble. '
i The Norfolk Landmark observes that
"a Boer marksman on the topje of a
kopje can dropje a bullet in the right
s pot je almost every popje and never
seems to want to stopje."
The last number of The Delineator
has a life size portrait of the beautiful
Hiss Lola Cassels Lake, daughter ofc
Capt. Geo. B. Lake, late of Edgrefield, at
present of Lexington, Ey.
The township democratic clubs will
meet for the purpose of organizing on
the fourth Saturday ia April pros.
The county convention will meet on
the first Monday in Hay.
Hr. B. H. Miras tells as that the
three quickest ways to send news
around the world, are by telephone,
telegraph, and tell-u-woman, the last a
little mite quicker than the other two.
The slip-back in cotton last week
seems to have been only temporary for
it is going up again this week. Butas
we have said before, the figures are
perilously near the top at present
Hr H. B. Murker, who was in bur
office on Monday, reports the roads be
tween Edgefleld and his home near
Plum. Branch as just awful, and on
horseback is the only possible mode of
If the building of cotton mills con
tinues at the present rate for a few
years, and the doors cf the world open
wider and wider a la China, Japan,
and the Philippines, 10 cents cotton
may be a permanency.
The gratifying intelligence has been
received from Baltimore, whither Mrs
J. B. Haltiwanger went some days
since, for medical treatment, that she
is getting on finely, and will be at
borne in a few days with ber husband
Hr J. B. Haltiwanger.
Jack Fermenter, (you all know Jack)
aays that Zack Boone, (you all know
Zack), cao '-quirl up on top of a mik
rock and sleep ail night without turn
ing over, and the only way you could
wake him up was to ''bust a green wa
ter million over his head."
The average vitality of cotton seed
ii 93 per cent, that is to say, 93 out o
every 100 6eeds will germinate; tbi
year, however, according to experi
ments by the agricultural department
at Washington with seed of last year'i
orup, only 73peroent pf the. seeds havi
epough vitality to come up; so if yoi
want a good stand of cotton this year
-yon mast ase more seed than usual bj
say 20 per cent.
If State Treasurer Timm er m an
should be a candidate for re-election^
be will have opposition, but we don't,
think it ?viii amount to aiything.
However, we have seen nothing from
the genial doctor as to his intentions
for the present campaign.
There will be a total eclipse of the
sun in this latitnde on May 28;h prox.
The totality of the eclipse will last
from two to eight minutes, so astrono
mers say. Bah! We don't believe a
word of it. Did yon ever hear of a tor.
tality lasting that long! It can't be
The Rev Dr C. C. Brown, of Sumter,
will preach the commencement .sermon
for the South Carolina Co-Educational
Institute next Jnne. This is an excel
lent selection. Dr Blown is an em i
nent divine, a captivating and grace
ful speaker, to say nothing of his wit
Presiding Elder Hodges will preach
atEdgefield on March 24th; at Tren
ton, March 25th; at Johnston, March
23rd, and at Harmony on the 25th. The
district conference will be held at
Johnston, the quarterly conference
for Ed gen* eld circuit, will be held at
Dr T. M. Bailey, of Greenville, \ aid
a short visit to his son, President F.N.
K. Bailey, of the S. C. C. L, on Mon
day of this week. Dr. Bailey is always
a welcome visitor to Edgeiield, both on
bis account and that of his son and
daughters so much beloved among us
The Second Quarterly Conference
for Edgeiield circuit will be held witt
the Trentou Methodist church March
24th and 25tb. The Presiding Elder
Rev E. T. Hodges, will preach both
days at ll a. m.. and the quarterly con
Terence will be held on Saturday, 24tb, j
at the conclusion of the morning ser
' Mr John C. Caugbman, one of the
best men in the world, is a candidate
I tor treasurer of Saluda county. If Sa
luda is wise, she. will elect John Caugh
man treasurer. He made one of " the
best officials Edgetield ever had, anti
was moreover a gallant Confederate
(soldier, although he entered the ser
vice a mere boy.
A white season is predicted for this
summer, which means that many light
accessories of women's costumes will
worn; but they will be of the pastel
shades rather than the more brilliant
colorings-the brighter shades to be
used with white, and the lighter tones
with black.-March Ladies' Home
Is the only place in Edgefr
We are the manufacturers'
I DECEPTION. j wear Bay S
= ALL Goons = others do.
= MASKED =
= IN PLAIN =
E FlGTEES. E
Bolted Corn Meal.
The legislature has fixed the
weight of a bushel of bolted corn
meal. The reason assigned was
that imported sacks weigh less than
meal ground and put up in this
State. The law reads :
Section 1. Be it enacted hy the
general assembly of the State of
South Carolina : That from and af
ter the 1st day of March, 19?0, it
shall be unlawful for any person,
firm, company or corporation to
sell, or offer for sale, within the
limits of the State of South Caro
lina unbolted corn meal of less
weight than at the rate of 48
pounds per bushel, and bolted meal
at the rate of 46 pounds per bushel.
Any person violating this iaw shall
be fined fifty d.liars or be im
prisoned for *.ne term of thirty
In the great Anderson dog
poisoning case the jury decided
that a citizen has the right to
decorate his own premises with
poisoned dainties if be likes and
if a dog eat thereof and
die the dog alone is responsible.
This.couLtry is democratic in the
matter of dogs and a $200 pointer
i?? premitted no more rights of
.miscellaneous foraging than the
ordinary yellow cur.
. WANTED-Reliaola. energetic sales
men to sell Lubricating OPB on com
mission with a yiew to permanent
salaried positions as soon as ability is
proven. References. THE EUCLID On
Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Next Monday night, March 10th, at
8 o'clock. Lenten services will be held
fr the Catholic ch arch at Edgefleld :
1st, The Stations of the Cross. 2nd, A
discourse on Lent by the Rev John L.
Seidl; the explanation of the Law of
Fasting; its origin; why we fast, and
other Lenten observances. Ail are
On the Friday night, Maroh 80th, an
entertainment will be given in the
Opera House at Edgefleld for the bene
fit of the S. C. C. I. to finish pa j lng a
balanoe due on some new school furni
ture. The best Jooal talent has been
engaged and the entertainment will
be a flue affair. Next week we will go
more into detail.
The big jug oven at Miles-'s mill has
not been knocked down yet. It will
be remembered that this was one of
the things promised by the Black
Diamond railroad about this time last
year, to wit : The railroad was to split
Miles's mill wide open and knock down
the jug oven. How we mortals aie
given to lying, especially railroad
Mr D. B. Durisoe went down to Mr
P. B. Day's on Monday of this week to
see his little grand son who it is sup
posed had been bitten by a mad-dog.
We hope the little sufferer will soon
recover, and that the apprehensions of
fond parents will prove to be ground
less, and that the dog was not mad?
The following account, more in detail,
was handed us by a friend : "On Satur
day evening last, little George Day,
the four-year-old son of Mr P. B. Day,
near Trenton, whilst playing on the
roadside, was quite severely bitten on
each of his hands byra mad dog. Of
course there was great anxiety m the
family, and with, their many friends?
and a telegram was at once forward
ed to Bev Mr Fuller, of Harlem, Ga., to
come forthwith with his mad stone.
Bat owing to some delay in delivery
of tne telegram, Mr Fuller did not get
to Trenton until Monday afternoon.
On his acriyal he 'i ir mediately applied
the-stone to the wounds and it readily
adhered to the wounds-and on Tues
day morning the little boy was doing
well. And now that all apprehension
of danger is passed, the family and
surrounding vicinity are rejoicing.
And with them we beg to mingle our
joy and congratulations. The dog was
silled a few hours after the wounds
eld where you can buy, the
agents, you pay no jobbers
e pair and you will always
State Shoes as hundreds of
M & MI MS.
The Abbeville mill, like many
other mille, is in luck this time.
The Abbeville mill bas some 7,000
or 8,000 bales of cotton in their
warehouses, which were bought at
aa average figure a little below 7
cents. The difference between
that price and the price that could
be obtained today is somewhere
between $70,000 or $80,000.
That is a good nest egg, and a
good start toward paying for the
improvements that are to go up.
The improvements, it is thought,
will be made without the issue of
new stock.-Abbeville Press and
Put your boy to work if he is
not in sohool. If there is nothing
else for him to do put him to
whitewashing the back fence, keep
the lawn mawed and even cut the
winter's supply of wood. Anything
is better then loafing about town
at the rear end of a cigarette, learn
ing all the vices that are afloat to
catch idlers. No honest labor will
hurt your boy; but the evil habit*
be may contract in tba streets raa?
kill his soul and poison bis moral
uature so as to make him a detri
ment to the community in which
he lives and bow down his gray
haired parents with sorrow. If
the fathers and mothers of to-day
would only learn the importance
pf training the sons so as to bo in
dustrious and keep them off the
streets, the coming generation
would be inestimably better for it.
BWS l^-i^"** ^-.?Vr.Vl','?
And I have a
-which are t
Also a Fresl
Wedding at Trenton.
Trenton. S. C., March 9.-The
weddling of Mr. L. L. Shealy, bf
^eeseville, to Mies Olive Swear
ten, of this place, was a social
it that will ever be pleasantly
i umbered by the large crowd of
fri* ids and relatives who witness
ed it. At one o'clock thiB after
noon at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Swearengen, the Rev. G. P. White
read the solemn and beautiful
ceremony of the Baptist church
and then invited the blessings of
the divine spirit upon them.
The happy pair then repaired
to the ?dining room, which was
beautifully decorated and lighted
by a gigantic whee) of electric
The menu consisted of mock
turtle soup, turkey's breast, tea
cakee, salad, almonds and the
choicest fruits of the season.
together with numerous otber
The bride wore a becoming'
dress of white silt, trimmed in
satin ribbon, and carried a lovely j
bouquet of bride roses and ferns.)
Her veil was gracefully caught up
by two beautiful moonstone pins.
The groom wore evening suit
and a dainty buttonhole bouquet,
the gift of the bride. The party
left ou the evening train for High
Point, N. C., where they expect to
spend several days, after which
they will return to Leasville, S. C.
where they will-make their future
The esteem, in whizh this couple
was held by all was manifest by
the number of handsome and
costly presents they received.
The Open Door in China.
San Francisco, March ll-Pres
ident Benjamin Ide Wheeler, of
the University of California, ;in-;an
address last night to the Monticello
Club, gave the d?tails of the ne
gotiations which Seoretary of State
Hay has had 'under way for Borne
time, relative to the Chinese "open
door." President Wheeler learned
the negotiations while in conversa
tion with Secretary Hay, during
his recent visit to Washington.
President Wheeler said: "In the
course of the week Secretary of
the State Hay will announce to
the people a victory, not of war
call it of diplomacy, if you please
-in that the ports of China will
be open to the com muree of the
world. He has reached an under
standing with Great Britain,
[France, Russia and Germany.
I which does away with territorial
I spheres of influence.
"According to the terms of the
agreement there will be no longei
any spheres of influence in the
Flowery Kingdom. Customs tariffs
I will be abolished as well as othel
imports upon the shipping. The
idea is to made the ports free tc
the world's commerce and give all
nations a free hand in exporting
their products. It is the consum
mation of the British idea of the
'open door," which found sc
strong an advocate in Lord Beres
Says an Irishman. "It's a
great comfort to be alone-espe
cially when your sweetheart is with
[DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Hakes Toa Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
p, it jr\ ti ana made by Dr.
I i Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
I the great kidney, liver
? and bladder remedy.
It ls the great medi
cal triumph of the nine
teenth century; dis
covered siter years oj
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and 1:
wonderfully successful In promptly curlnj
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which ls the wore'
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root ia not reo
ommended for everything but if you have tdd
ney, liver or bladder trouble tt will be founc
Just the remedy you need. It has been testet
biso many ways, in hospital work, In privat)
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful ii
every case that a special arrangemert hs;
been made by which all readers of this pape
; who have not already tried lt, may have i
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a bool
telling more about Swamp-Root and how t<
! find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble
j When writing mention reading this genero a
offer In this paper and
send your address toi
Dr. Kilmer ti Co., Bing- j
harmon, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and BOB* of swimp-Booi
dollar sises ?re sold ry all good druggists.
fresh variety of
he BEST on the
Eg * ' ,
i lot Eastern Seed
3LD, S. C.
Jurors, March Term, 1900.
J B Abney,
J P Onzts,
?S A Holstein,
L M Clark,
I S Bush,
H C WatsOD,
W J Horn,
W J Huiet,
C M Glanton,
J L Bryant,
M lice Hair,
J M Denny,
J A Clark,
A E Padgett,
J A Colline,
J W Peak,
S A Ouzts,
R F Percival,
M K Lowrey,
S R Warren,
J A Gibson,
G A Adams,
H E Mealing,
J N Griffie,
T C Carver,
D T Mathis,
J C Wells;
Jordan G Byrd,
W L Bolton,
J P Payne,
J W Hester,
J P Harling,
W P Sharpton,
J R Reece,
Petor H Dom,
B B Jones,
J W Marsh,
W L Duuovant,
C L Crouch,
H E Bunch,
B S Holland,
Jas C Lowrey,
J H A Williams,
Butler P Bryant,
J T McManus,
S T Williame,
J L Hart,
T M Glover,
G P Howard,
Johu G Hoard,
S D Byrd,
J N Harmon,
A C Yonce,
L R Hammond.
ALL WOMEN . . .
Suffering from female troubles should1
try the *r01d Time" Bemedy,
It has no equal. It strengthens the
delicate femaleorRanBand bauds a wom
an np. All suffering and Irregularities at i
"monthly" periods can be avoided by Its i
?se; It ls for young girls maturing, for i
mothers, and for women at Change of Ute. I
> Should be used before child-birth. i
J Sold by al1 druggists, or sent post-paid i
y on recp-lpt o? price $1.00. <
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SEARS, ROEBUCK k CO., (lsd, CHICAGO, ILL.
rofe SALE. .
For sale in town of Edgefleld, four j
acres land with two-story 14-room j
dwelling house thereon, centrally lo
cated. Suitable for hotel or boarding
485 acres desirable farm lands with !
six good frame tenant dwellings andi'
six mules, 150 acres in cultivation, alli
fresh cleared. Price $2,200. Terms
liberal. Apply to W. Hf. Burnett, Beal J
A seven-room, 2-story house on Gray
street,in the town of Edgefleld; good
servants and other outhouses; also
good well of water, with 40 acres of
land. Seasonable terms.
Also 180 acres of land, in town of
Edgefleld, with modern up-to-date
dwelling house, a number of good out
bouses. Everything in apple-pie or
der. This is, perhaps, *;he most valuv
property in the town all things con
sidered, and will be sold at a bargain.
Also the Griffin Hill place, Addison
street, seven*room house, with 2I}4
acres of land, with necessary out
houses and good well of water. A
Also a very desirable nine-room, 2
story bouse in Western Edgefleld with
sev^n acres of land attached, for sale
Apply in person or by letter to
W. N. BURNETT,
BEAL ESTATE AGENT.
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TU 18 AD.
and wo will
tend you thli Violin Outfit
by ?iprem C. O. D. subject
to examination. Thia violin
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the ireelttt barat?a voa ever tew ca Beard af, pey the ex
preee agent 53.73 leeetba60eantdepoait,aeM.ttaad
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ure will also allow the Instrument to be returned af teri
days' trial If not found entirely satitfactory In every
respect. BK life e Hon rnaraatetd er auaey lafaaded Ia hil.
Address. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (?ne.JChicago.
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justed to any guitar without changing the instru
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one can learn to play without the aid of a teacher.
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SEARS, ROE3UCK & CO., CHICAGO
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ynnwill appreciate. Bo torpaleatasi
can affo-! to bo rlthoutthlt belt.
Cul i!.li ?>l. ont and tend to us with SI.00
and 10 centatzL i rrrawelnaa, ?tato Lolsbt, we Ujt t, an ond
numuerlnchoBarji.n.1 tho liody.)aiye.-<tpart,ondwewlU
send tliebelt to yu i by mal Ipoetpalil. with the understand
ing-th:; ".if lt lt n,u n-!r,'.;[ *:yH.-..isfftctoryand,equal to
belt? that retail ates, tM?ridupa ardsyou can return lt
at our expon - J. Writ* : r Trrc aatl TniM CttalofTM.
SEARS, RQE?UC.C c. CO.,CHICAGO
JOB WORK DONE AT]
Wantott P ? BAN o i L erro
FWHIvl^Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rhen
ffititiHTn and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
For sale byG. L. Penn & Son.
W. J. RUTHERFORD.
R. B. MORRIS.
AND DEALERS IN
UNIE, CEMENT, PLASJEtJ,
HAIR, FIRE BRICK,
FIRECLAY, READY ROOFING,
4/tD OTHER MATERIAL.
yRITE US FOB PRICES.
COR. REYNOLDS AND WASHINGTON^STS.,
SENP.US aw,E DOLLAR
Cal thliiil. out tail wad to ni ?il* ?1.00, ?a J ? a rilli lead jou Uk SST?
SPROYKD PARLOR CKB OCCAS, by freleht C 0. D., tuhjcct totxaalaa
Ita. You cari examine lt nt7our nearestfrelsht depot, and ll'
on find Ct exactly JIB represented, Ut gre atetl rata* 700 ?t?r MW
?d far batter '.bas onraat aditrUied bj olbin lt Dor? non e j, per Ut frelrht
(?nt CUR PRICE S35.SO, !e??U? 81.00 depoill, or $84.50 and
?l?kttkar*tt. THE PARLOR CE Tri tani of Ue nett DURABLE
SD 8WR128T TOStD ?i-.tn?itau ?Ttr nil. From the Illustration
bown, which lt engraved direct from a photograph you can form
omeideauf ita beautiful appearance, ii ?de from io! ld quarter
awed o?korwalantnidc.lred, prrfbrtttd kay illp, foll pani body,
.utifal aanrqattrv d.alfa pueli lad Bur olbtr hudaoate decoration
mt oraaataaU, aaklaff it Ut TIRI LATEST STYLE. THE PARLOR
?KU lt 6 feet Ulgb, it lnchei long:, S3 lnchei wide and weighs SW
?oonda. Contains & octaves, ll stops, as follows : Siapaaoa, PrlaaUal,
'ol elna, Btlodla, CtletU, Crtaacni, BaiiCctpItr, Tr, bl? Coo pl tr,
ilipitoo FirU tad Tox Damnai S OtUrt Cs.pl 1 rt. t Toit S ?til.
Grand Organ Swill, 4 Belt tf Ore attirai To oed Rrtonatorj Pip?
uallty Rttdt, 1 Sttof 17 Port 8wttt Rtlodla Botds, 1 Solof .7
hamlaslTlrlluaat Calatta btu, 1 Set of S4 Ri.k Bellt? SnotU
iUpateo atria. 1 Bet af natala* 8aft ?alecloas PrUtipal
tites. THC PARLOR ?CM action camlets of tbe
.Ufertttt Bewail Batta, which are only used in the Mj ti
lt Brade Instrument?; fitted with Ham?ta4 Cotpltn tad
tx lisant, also best Do!,70 felts, leathers, etc., bellows
if the beat rubber cloth, S-ply bellows stock and finest
eather in ral rcs. THE PARLOR OEM ls furnished
el th a 10x11 here led plate French mirror, nickel plated
nita! xrmmet, and every modern Improvement. ~~
a rein tret) a laafaeaa ?Baa? stael uta tat atrt ttwaa lat
(aa beek paMUaac.
GUARANTEED 25 YEARS.
nue a written buding it-year guarantee, br the
erma and conditions of which if any part gives out we
epalr lt fm of ck ar?. Try it one month and we will
?fund your money if you are not perfectly satisfied. 600
if these organs will be sold at $36.50. ORDER
VT ONCE. UOK'T DELAY.
}UR RELIABILITY SS ESTABLISHED
lo al t with os ask y our neighbor about us, wrl te
be publisher of this paper or Metropolitan
ia tl on al Bank, or Corn Kat. Bank, of Chicago;
ir German Excbange Bank, Kew York; or any
-aliroad or express company In Chicago. Tte
iart a cipiul of ?uer 8700,000.00, occupy entire
>ne of the largest business blocks in Chicago,
md employ nearly S.000 people in our own
JUildlng. WE BKIX OltGASB AT 855.00 tod opi
?IU06, ?lll.oo nd apt also everything in musical instruments at lowest wholesale prices. Write for free ?-pea.?.
>nran, plano and musical instrument catalogue. Address, (Soars, Roebuck A Co. a? tkoroeuttly rallabto. -Saltar. 1
SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc), Fulton, Desplaines ?nd WayroanSts., CHICAGO, ILL.
E0RGE P. 0OBB,
J"OH3STSTOISI, s. c. .
Furniture and Household Goods.l
Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles.
. -HAVE PURCHUSED A NEW AND
j B E AU F I F U L HEARSE.
" ?j u A " Calls by Telephone promptlyjanswered and attended to.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE ll, 1899.
d Edgefleld a
d Trenton a
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a Augusta d
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W. A. TURK, G. P. A., J. B. HEYWARD, T. P. A.
Washington, D. C. Augusta, Ga.
. S. H. HARDWICK, A. G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga.
To Our Friends and Patrons
Appreciating your kindness in the past we solicit your patronage for
the future. Our stock of clothing is indeed handsome, stylish am
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'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 SCHOOL SUIT $3.00.
If you cannot come write us, prompt attention to all orders. We pay
the expressage to you.
I. C. LEVY'S SON & CO.,
TAlLOR FinCLOTHIERS J?UGUSTA, GA
_ .... _ we will sendyon OUR HIGH
)?l?fWrtaturaetory,exi^llT BB represented, tonal to-kU et o ti er. at
IT??h?MOOfcaad TH? ?REITEST BAR?Ab TOI
BT??S^FTW Special Offer Price $15.60*
7"/?l&7?hi??*a. Kaohine weight 1*3 pounds and the freight will
^^ce^Xr^eeih^^ll'^QIVE lt THOEt MOKTHf ft Ul In
^^ liSt uS^ro will return your ?13.50 any day yon are not
^fi^H?.mi;^rTBt a?., tod ffradatof Bewtafl Baal, Ut.al 18. IO,
^^%?r.?aT?S!?mmVmTmmn'tlilj descriedla our fm Vr???
iS??bOtt?lVfortill DROP DESE CARIS ET ECODlCi lt
_ FUo copy our adver
auekJBte under various names, with tartoasU
-tad itara aUartwIlaaU ead wat ai* aoi.
- BODERS inrilOTiHi?T,
-ID POUT OP BTEET MOT
GRADE UCIUSR HADE, WTTH THE
Binns or ion. Hade by tko
batt maker? la America,
>*??.*) w??t material money
SOUt^OUARTER SAWED OAK ^ff^ii^SiS^S^
doted (bead dropping from aught) V) be used as m???tate
ir Mothar open with fall ungth Ubi? and head ta p^oa for
_lewteg. ifkaey trawtrt, Ulttt 1?00 iktlttm fruta, Cs?T44l?Ula4?SB.
Artera ?dlusutle traadle, gmolneSmy??! iron stand. ?Taita lara* tutw.mrm
lt you Ei^WlO^^