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Ed eefield Advertiser
WE DN ESDAY; APRIL 4.
J LOCAL AND PEBSONAL. I
.nun i ii 11 i''i: 11 II ?II ?i 11 ?iiii nu i min mn mimi mm?
J little frost and ice in this market
on Saturday morning last.
Gov. Sheppard is attending court at
Greenwood, where he bas some import*
a i; teases. .
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Mr. J. M. Bell, Jr.,7 announces this
week for County Supervisor. A mighty
' good square man is Jim Bell.
Solicitor Thurmond is iu Columbia
attending court, where he bas an un
usually heavy crimf nal docket.
The play "Strife" realized $62.50,
which will go a good ways towards
paying for tLe Institute desks.
After the frost and ice of Satnrda y
and Sunday past, the question may
again be asked "is tbe fruit killed?"
31% acres of land in town sf Edger
field, "West End, on .Jeter Street. Price
,*80C W. N. Burnett, Beal Estate
sf*' . ' '
The great railroads and transporta
tion companies all over the country
are fighting the Nicaragua cana]
I have for sale some genuine King
Cotton Seed, second year's planting.
Apply at Penn's Drug Store or to
Mr. John Eidson, of Johnston, has
. commenced work on his roller flour
mill, and will be ready no doubt to
grind this year's wheat.
In Nebraska a judge has issued an
injunction forbidding a man from
courting a girl while be is being sued
by his wife for divorce.
We are glad tojknow that Mrs P. B.
Mayson, who has been ill for some
days,?S it this writing much better, so
much better as to be able to sit up.
FOUND-'A pocket-book, containing
article?ijff value to the owner, who can
get same at the Advertiser office, by
proving! roperty. and paying for this
a?nclew Ben Glanton footed it from
Bed Hill to Edgefield on Mo .day of
this'week. Didn't want to stop a plow.
"Uncle" Ben is a regular Jackson's foot
Mrs.!?.* A. Timmermian, relict of the
late Ban som Timmeruian, died at her
home nearBidge Spring on Sunday,
March 18th. She was about 70 years of
age ana had been a consistant member
of the Baptist church for many years.
Mr. B. F. Sample is a candidate for
school commissioner of Saluda county.
Ben has had a vast experience in teach
ing thc young idea bow to shoot, and
ought to make a good commissioner
for that reason.' He is well up on
strategy and tactics.
The case of Owdom vs. The Bank of
Johnston, with which we concluded
. our court items last week, resulted m
a verdict for the plaintiff. Mr. O.
Sheppard at once gave notice, of ap
peal ?nd the case will go up to the Su
The democratic clubs of the county
are called upon bj Chairman Denny to
meet at their respective places of
meeting on Saturday, the 2Sth day of
April, for the purpose of re-organiz
ing and other purposes. See notice
elsewhere in this issue.
..' ?. ' . - ? .
Asa rule juries "stick it to" railroads
pretty heavy wben they can, bot in
the case of M rs. Jones against tbe C. &
W. C. railroad the verdict was ridicu
lous. If she was entitled to anything,
she was entitled, to a more generous
recognition. 3 ?
The proper place to pot a stamp on
a letter is the upper right band corner
of the envelope. Third Assistant
Postmaster General Edwin C. Madden
has notified the public that postmast
ers will not be held responsible foi
miscarriage of letters which have not
been properly stamped.
'":r Tf jjf i
Wash A?a ms, colored, has ch al len get
cock-eyed Wallace Morgan to fight i
duel; Mat Green and Butler Young
blood are to bethe seconds; pi ace o:
meeting, M i le a's Mill, just on the ou te i
edge of the town, about fifty yardi
from the old jug oven.
. In the case of Mrs J. A. C. Jones vs
The C. & W. C. railroad the jory gavi
the plaintiff a verdict of $700. Messr
Simkins and Evans for the plaintiff
Sheppard Bros. and Simpson, of Lau
.rena, for defendant. In Burnett vc
The Southern railroad a verdict wa
given for the defendant.
Trapp Mc Man us is the. agent for;
churn that does remarkable work, fo
instauce: on Monday morning of tbi
week be milked bis cows, ran the fr es!
milk -through the separator, put tbi
warm and still fresh milk in the ch ur:
and in three minutes had as nice s wee
butter as any one could wish. Tb
wonderful thing about this churn i
that you can get butter from fresh un
ripened cream or milk. Parties intel
e?te? can see this wonderful churns
the store of J. A. Timmerman.
The shades Of night were falling fa.?
As through old Edgefield village passe
A youth, who bore midst snow and ?cs
A banner with this strange device
Well, the banner was well enoug
and the motto "out of sight," bot tbi
young man bad no business 'monkey
ing" around at night in the snow an
ice. The trouble with tbe poor fello
no doubt was that he bad no where t
go no home of h is.own in which 1
could put by his little banner unt
morning, himself in the meantime et
joying a good night's rest. And a
this night hunting for a place to lt
his wjary bead could have been avon
ed by that young man, if he had on
bought a few shares in the EdjrenV
Building and Lom Association. wi
toe money built himself a neat litt
cottage, .by means of which he cou
secure a mer Httle help m?et, wi
would also help eat the meat. Fr r tl
actual and accurate figures see x,r. :
Mirr or Mr. J. FL Allen at The Ba.i
"The Sooth Carolina Teacher," pub
lished at Johnston, is a new candidate
for. popular favor in the newspaper
line. As it's name indicates it is de
voted to educational, home, and school
interests. The editor is Prof. W. D.
Holland, of the Johnston Institute,
who writes c?rrente c?lamo, and as if
he bad been a member of the fraternity
a long time. In this, the first issue, we
notice an article from Prof. J. P. Bear,
who always wields a facile, vigorous
and graceful pen. May The Teacher"
abide with us a long, long time.
Mr.B. W. Powell,/of Johnston, was
in. town on Monday. Bob says be hasn't
eaten a biscuit in three months. The
reason he gives for not eating biscuits
' is, that he wants to stay here long
enough to leave something for bis
children to fuss 'over when he's gone,
and the only way to stay here long
enough to leave something for your
children to fuss over is. to eat borne
ground corn meal, which be does.
?Among other things Bob said to us
was (and he is a very interesting talk
er) that he used to write a very "po
lite" band, but when travelling for the
newspapers a few years ago, he got in
the habit of writing receipts on nig
gers heads and fence rails, and in that
v?ay "spiled" bis hand completely ; no
body can read it but himself, and be
can't read it after it gets cold.
For Mayor and Wardens.
W. W. Adams. '
E. H. Folk,
J. P. Ouzts,
C. E. May,
B. J. Crooker,,
W.N. Burnett, j
E. J. Mime.
These gentlemen have been askod
to serve for another terra, and we
hereby nominate them foi re
I election. VOTERS.
MIS. Peck-Henry, what would
you do if I were to die" suddenly ?
Henry-Pray, doi^<|a|k^f ^c^
a thing. Tthibk ?t'wb^t?M?^St
drive me crazy.
Mrs. Peck-Do you thinkri^tb
would marry again?
? Heury-Oh, oo? I don't think
I would ba as crazy as that.
See the large and stylish
SHOES which we are n
has advanced, we sell
. VANCE-the quality up
of the Bay State Factor
We anticipated thc
with the factory early s
best value at lowest pr:
of us get full benefit of
Come and inspect tl
All horsemen are of one Opinio
in regard to Flying Fox-that h
is the greatest horse ever raced i
England. With this opinion nj
per most in men's mind
there - was little or no, surpris
manifested in turf circlej i
England and America when i
was learned that he had eclipse
all previous records for a horsi
At the receut disposal of the lal
Duke of Westminster's thorougl
breds Flying Fox was offered fe
sale at a reserve bid of $150,00
Bidding was brisk from the sta
between a Mr. Gilpin and I
Blanc, a son of the largest shan
holder of Monte Carlo. After
short financial tussle Flying Fe
was knocked down to M. Blar.
for 37,500 guineas or $177.500.
It was the largest" amount ev?
paid for a horse in any couutT
The best previous price for a nor
was $150.000 W. O' B. McDonouf
gave for Ormonde, the grandai
of Flying Fox. M. Blanc recent
determined to have Fiying F<
trained this season, and he will
sent for the "Challenge Wbi|
Ihe recognized championship uta
of England, bis old trainer, Jo!
Porter, will look after him.
Hamburg was tho best borpe <
have had in America for a dfca<
He biought something like $5,0
at private sale. In the e*ti?nati
of Tod Sloan Flying Fox cot
give Hamburg twenty pounds a
a beating. The prices the t
For Mayor and Wardens!
M?. EMTOB : We desire to an
nounce through your paper that we
will support the following gentle ?
man for. Mayor and Wardens at
the municipal election on Monday,
the 9th inst :
D. R. Durisoe.
B. J. Crooker,
D. T. Gnce,
C. E. May,
E. J. Norris,
J. A. Holland,
E. S. Johnson.
These gentlemen will serve us
well and faithfully, For severa]
terms Mr. Durisoe has filled the
Mayor's place with ability and dis
cretion, and to the satisfaction of
all. Messrs. Crooker Grice and May j
have done good service during the
list two or three years, with Capt.)
Adams as Mayor. Mr. E J
Norris is a gentleman and mer
chant of business capacity, as we
all know. Mr. Holland, well
known to us all, will look af ter the |
interest of East Edgefield with an
eye^sjngle to their good. Mr. Jobn
'sori?is? clever and reliable gentle-1
man and a prosperous merchant.
A good ticket-and one that we
know will give satisfaction to all
our people. CITIZENS.
Fell Dead in Court.
Greenville, S. C., March 30.
PiDk izemore, white, aged 40, died
suddenly in Magistrate Mauldin's
office this afternoon. He and Tom
Singleton had been arrested for
stealing a watch from Mrs. Eliza
Sizemore at Poe Mill. While ex
amination' was progressing, Size-]
more fell ?nd died in four minutes.
Dr. Swandale pronounced it dropsy
of the heart. Sizemore had a
fam ily. He was badly afficted
with dropsy and drank heavily.
There was. nfc undue excitement in
the arrest. /J:;?-i;.\
; Spring line of BAY STATE
Bceiviiig. Although leather
at former prices-NO AD
? to the usual high standard
) rise and placed our order
0 as to give o$r patrons the
ices. Those who buy shoes
tem for yourself and be con
thoroughbreds brought would tend
to show that Flying Fox waE
Hamourg's superior at leas!
The Baltimore Methodists.
Washington, April 1.-For the
first time since 1861, when the
Baltimore Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Churcl
divided, the two organizations, the
Methodist Episcopal Church anc
the M. E. Church, South, will
meet simultaneously in anima
conference in Washington durinj
the coming week. The Methodist
denomination in the United Statei
divided in 1844 on the queatioi
of slavery, but the Bal timor?.Con
ference remained undivided unti
shortly after the outbreak of thi
civil war. Since 1861 there hav
been two Baltimore Conferences.
The sessions of the tw
organizations will begin Wedne?
day. Those of the Methodie
Episcopal Church will be bel
at; the Metropolitan Methodie
Episcopal Church and Bishop Job
M. Walden will preside. Th
Methodist Episcopal Churcl
South, will meet in the Mom
Vernon Cliurh and Bishop W. I
Candler, of Georgia, will presic
and make the opening address.
MAttf?t*<NUD,AN TEA cures Djspc
B twI?IvS $ gi3) Constipation and Inc
gestion. Regulates tho Liver. Price,25c
for sale by, G. L. Perin ?Son.
IT IS T]
And I have a
-which are t
Also a Fresh
Back From North Pole. .
Wellington, New Zealand, April
1.-The exploring steamer South
ern Cross, bearing Mr. C. E:
-Borchgrevink and the survivors of j
th 3 South Polar expedition fitted
out in 1898 by Sir George Newnes,
of Loudon, arrived here to-day.
Mr Borchgrevink reports that the
magnetic pole has been located.
Mr N. Hansen, one of the zoologists
who started with the expedition,]
died on the voyage.
The Borchgrevink expedition
left Hobart, Tasmania, for the
Antarctic region on December 19, j
1898. During the latter part of.j
February, 1899, the members land
ed from the Southern Cross near]
Cape Adair, Victoria Land, it
having been arranged that the
steamer should leave them there,
with full equipment of every kind
and should return for them early
in 1900. Mr. Borchgreuink's party,
consisted of nine, including him
self. Lieut W. Colbeck, R. N.
R., was selected as first magnetic
observer, to be assisted by Mr.
Louis Bernacchi, Mr N. Hansen
and Mr Hugh Evans were chosen
as zoologists, and Dr H. Kloo /stad
as medical officer. Mr Fougnai
was general utility man and cook.
With these went two natives of
Finland to leek after ninety dogs.
Enormous supplies of provisions
were laid in.
Another Railroad Scheme.
Col. Albert E. Boone, the railway |
promoter and constructor of Zanes
ville, Ohio, who has figured ip the
Black Diamond railroad scheme,
about which so much has been!
said and written, is about to apply j
for a rail road to be known as the
Knoxville, South Carolina and]
Southport Railroad company.
He bas written the secretary of
state about it, and says the line of
the road will probably be from
Camden, Conway and Southport,
with a branch from Conway, via
Georgetown, to Charleston.
The object in getting a charter
for such a road is thus set forth
by Col. Boone in his letter: "We
purpose making it a great coal
down to tide water not to exceed
one dollar and fifty cents per ton
and in time one dollar per ton.
The Chesapeake and Ohio has been
carrying coal to tidewater, 478
mile?, for 92 cont per ton. I speak
of the Ohio to demonstrate what
we propose doing can and will be
This is all that known of the
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefield C. H., April
M A Carter,
Albert M a roa,
Miss Cuey Nobles,
Mrs M W Worman,
Mr Jas Garrett,
Mrs Mary Groves,
Mr W B Groves.
When asking for letters on this lis
W. H. BRUNSON, P. M.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood
All the blood in your body passes throng
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are you
blood purifiers, they fi!
ter out the waste c
impurities In the blooc
v If they are sick or ot
of order, they falito d
Pains, aches andrhet
maiism come from ei
cess of uric acid in th
blood, due to neglecte
Kidney trouble causes quick or unstead
heart beats, and makes one feel as tho
they had heart trouble, because the heart
over-working In pumping thick, kidne;
poisoned blood through veins and arteries!
It used to be considered that only urinal
troubles were to be traced to the kidney
but now modern science proves that near
all constitutional diseases have their begt
nlng In kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mista!
by first doctoring your kidneys. The ml
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
soon realized, lt stands the highest for !
wonderful cures of the most distressing eas
and is sold on Its merits
by all druggists in fifty-<
cent and one-dollar dz- (
es. You may have a
sample bottle by mall HMM ot snaps*
free, also pamphlet telling you how to fl
out If you have kidney or bladder troub
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kihi
St Co., Binghamton, N. Y.f
B WPM 599 .
fresh variety of
he BEST on the
lot Eastern Seed
33^D, S. O.
Rev. Mark Boyd, so lovingly
known all over this and Adjoining
counties as /'Uncle Mark" died
last Friday evening at Johnston
and was buried at New Chapel
church in Newberry county. A
life of unsulled purity, a character
beautiful in simplicity and the
christiau graces were the marks
of this humble servant of God.
He was 92 years old and still active
and vigorous up to a very short
time ago. A loving tribute to this
noble man will' be given soon.
General Fitzhugh Lee is at last
to become military governor of
Havana province. It Was expect
ed by the people that luj would
receive this position in recognition
of. his splendid service as consul
at-Havana, but it took the ad
ministration a long time to place
him in control.
t ALL WOMEN . . .
7 ' goffering from female troubles should
<* try the '*01d Time" Remedy,
I It hos no equal, lt strengthens the i
> delicate female organs and bulldsawom- <
> an 'ip. All surferlng and Irregularities at (
> "monthly" periods can be avoided by Its <
I use. lt ls, for young girls maturing, for?
j mothers, ar.d for women at Change of Life. (
I Should be used before child-birth. (
i Sold by all druggists, or sent post-paid <
> on receipt of price $1.00. (
) Ladies Bluo Book sent FREE to any one <
Son application. Address, -WOMAN'S DE- <
) FASTMENT". Now Spencer Medicine Co., Chat- <
j tanconn, Tenn. . (
^ Mention tiis paper.
. For sale by G-. L. Pena & Son.
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8EAH9, ROEBUCK &. CO., CHICACI
*XA??, fttelw ?CO. M? Ut WtWy rename.-?llor
FOR SALE. I
For sale in town of Edgefield, four
acres land with two-story 14-rooin
dwelling house thereon, centrally lo
cated. Suitable for h?tel or boarding
485 acres desirable farm lands with
six good frame tenant dwellings and
six mules, loOacresin cultivation, all
fresh cleared. Price $2,200. Terms ?
liberal. Apply to W. N". Burnett, Real
A seven-room, 2-story house on Gray
street,m the town of Edgefield; good
.servants and other outhouses; al6oj
goodwell of waler, with 40 acres of j
'.and. Seasonable terms.
Also ISO acres of land, in town of
Edgefield, with modern up-to-date
dwelling boase, a nb m ber of good out
hauses. Everything in apple-pie or
der.' This is, perhaps, ^he most valuu
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 21)?
acres of land, with necessary out
houses and g?od well of water. A
Also avery desirable nine-room, 2
story bouse in Western Edgefield with
sev^nacres of land attached, for sale]
Apply in person or by letter to
BEAI ESTATE AGENT.
II SMprt & Cfl
1| Selfpl & Co,
702 BROAD STREET,
Central Tims at Jacksonville and Sa', rfrmaa.
Eastern Time at Other Points,
Schedule in Effect February 25th, 1900.
Jacksonville (P. S)
Char lust ou, (So. Ry
Augusta.lt?o. Ky. )
Columbia, (U. D.)..
616a 9 40p
720a I0 80p
810a! ll 12p
8 47a: 1133p
0 40a 12 21a
" Baltimore (Pa.RB)
" Now York.
7 36a 850pl0 15a
012a 1125p 1125a
1185a 2 50a 136p
203pj OlSal 415p
Lv. Col urn bin_
Ar. Spar tau burg.
" Asheville ....
?v. S5w York(Pa.RR)
120a 8 26a
8 06a 305p
005p 8 60a
827p 6 22a
Columbia, (Bldg St
9 02a 10 45p
9 85a 1123p
10 21a 12 15a
1180a 4 80a
146p 6 48a
220p 7 80a
250p 8 00a
?Trains 43 and 44 (mixed except Sunday
arrive and depart from Hamburg.
Sleoping Car Service.
Excellent daily passenger service betweer
Florida and New York.
Nos. iii and 32-New York and Florida Lim
ited. Daily except Sunday, composed exclu
eively of Pullman flresi Drawing Boom Sleep
big, Compartment and Observatory Oars, bo
tween New York, Columbia and St. Augustine
N?s. 33 and 34-Now York and Florida Ex
preivs. Drawing-room -'"oping cars betweei
Augusta and Now York.
Pullman drawing-room sleeping cars be
tween Port Tu.jr .. Jacksonville) Savannah
Washington and New York.
Pullman sleeping cars between Charlotta an<
Bichmond. Dining cars l>o:weon Oharlott
Noe. 85 and 88-U. 8.'Fast Mail. Throng]
Pullman drawinx-r'.oni buffel sleeping cara be
tween Jacksonville and New York and Pull
man sleeping cara between Augusta and Ohai
lotte. Dining cars serve nil meals onroutc
Pullman Bleeping cars between Jacksonvill
and Columbia, envo?te daily IwMween Jackaor
villo and Cincinnati, via Asheville.
FBANK S. GANNON, J. M. C?LP,
Third Y-P. & (-?cu. Mgr., Traffic Mgr.,
Washington, D. C. Washington, ?. (
W. A. TURK, . S. H. HAEDWICK,
Gen. Pass. Ag't., As't Gen. Pass. Ag't.,
Washington, D. C. Atlanta, Gi
JOB WORKJDONE A
W. J. RUTHERFORD.
R. B. MORRIS.
W. J, RUTHERF JRD & CO,
MANUFACTURER i OF
AND ,/EALERS IN
LIME, CEM EMT, PLASTER
HAIR, FIRE BRICK,
FIRE CL/?r, READY ROOFING,
J\[?D OJHER MATERIAL.
WRITE US FOR PRICES.
COR. REYNOLDS AND WASHINGTON STS,
SEMP-jjs OBIE DOLLAR* . im ? JL
Cat th!? nu. out und ?end to us tilth t. IX), ?nd ne will tend yea Out SEW ^^^^<^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^glBB
tod far hrtter thin orprmi nd\r|r:l,ed'hy other, elnore moat j, pi y tba freight ^^^^^^S^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ssj
goree idea of Its beautif ul appearance. Made fraa ?olld ijuarter A rKHJuiflSffl JBBffi^^MMSiiWffiM
nan cd onk or walnut ii? de>lrcJ, pe'forated Ley ?lip, fall picel body, 3 K<B?BS?lli ?Si?,ilwgJWMMMWirMiH
beictifu] njirn,nttry (leilira pu?!* end mao j ether handioocc decoration, H J^^r^^^^^^^^^^^^^SB^Bg^H
Caldina, SelodU, Celcttc, Cremona, BtisCoapler, Treble Conpler, ' ^E^^i^^^ra^^J JMI rnraffSnl
Dlipuon forte ind Yoi H actina; 2 ^ct*v-Coapltn, 1 Too? Snell, j^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B
DUpason Reeds, 1 Set of Pleulc? ?aft Helodloo? Principal V^^^^u^l^^^^^^^^^Mfi^^KSB
Celebrated he .rell Reed,, which are only used in t!ie hjga- ^Mt^^SSBSSS^L^S^^SHK^^^S^rM^Rmmmmt
c?r. tirade instruments; fitted with Hammond Coaplen and fff^^Tr^?-^S^^BtfUAi}!
Voi Ilumina, also b.ot Doltre fe'ti. loathers, etc., bellows ||^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^y|roB
pednl frames, and ovcrj modern Improvement! We tfl -flTCT
fnreUh free a handsome organ stool and the be?torgan loilnte- ^sjyTgHMM^jjlHBE^
lion book pnblUned. ^^^ffiy^jlrPi^^
f. i i i 1 :-.:>n ?ni n?t ulso every till' pr in musical instruments nt lowest vholcsaie pri?es. Write for free sp?d<U
r .).'. r i? -' i I'.'ii.-leal in:!tr:;inciitcfita.lo(s'u,e. Addrecs, (Sean, ""t^vrrr; ft Ort, ?rt rhixrnitMj- mlTihU. Kdltwii)
v./; Vf'. 3053?CK & CO. (inc.), Fulton, Desplaines and Wayraan SU., CHICAGO, ILL.
^jE0R?rE P. 0OBB,
iTOsitraTdia, s. o. .
Furniture and Household Goods, ,
Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles.
-HAVE PURCHUSED A NEW AND
B E AU F I F U L .HEARSE.
Calls by Telephone promptlyganswered and attended to.]
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE ll, 1899.
Ex. Su n'y
d Edgefield a
d Trenton a 1
a Aiken d
a Augusta d
a Columbia d
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 pi:.st we bolicityour patronage fol
the future. Our stock of clothing is indeed handsome, stylish anti
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 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. 1
If you cannot come write us, prompt attention to all orders. We pay
the expressage to you.
/. 0. LEVY S SON & CO.,
T?/L0Rf/T CLOTHIERS /?UGUS^A 6?
PP. P. MPPIHO
HAS EE MOVED TO
207 7TH ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
Where he will still continue to
FEEE EYE: TESTS
For all defects of sipbt. Grind
any shape and style of lenee
while you wait.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Tells if JTOU need glasses, rest or
928 Broad Street,
PLATES, . $5.00 UP
GOLD CROWS,- 5.00 "
AMALGAM FILLINGS 50 "
N. B.-On $10 wort li of work we will
pay railroad fare both ways wben tbe
distance is not greatei than twenty*
?ve miles from Augusta.
DR. P. D L?XEMBURGER.