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^WEDNESDAY, JULY 25.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. |
Take up the fat.roan's burdeu, go soak
. \ . your shirt in sweat;
And ? ?ek in vain f >r cooling- breeze,
J*|^>ith face all streaming wet.
Gotry to find some shady spot, where
you can sit and stew,
And bave some snoozer spring the
Kngag uIs it hot enough for you?"
Take up the fat man's burden; a hun
dred in the shade!
Two hundred pounds of avoirdupois
soak in le:nonod-,
Ob, for an hour in Klondyke; oh, for
the arctic snow !
Rjxigoff -be balcay breezes r.nd let the
/ .blizzard blow.'
Gov Sheppn-d is at Glenn Springs.
^ Cotton is ?till nearly 10 cents a
ColF.X. K. Bailey is on a visit to
Bill Arp says Bryan will win this
Mr and Mrs Jas. M. Cobb are at
Oafs Au gu st terra of court convenes
oo the. first, Monday.
M. A. Taylor's watermelons on ice
are all the.rage just now.
Sore eyes is epidemic among the
children of our town just now.
Mind, brother farmer, that you don't
ruin that cotton in the last plowing.
Miss Bessie Walkei will spend the
summer months with her mother in
Mr C. E. May and family now occupy
the Presbyterian parsonage antil Mr
May. car. build.
And it is abont the time of year to
sow turnips. You will find the best of
seed at the W. E. Lynch drugstore.
.Remember the re-union of Coufed-*
?rate vets at Greenwood on next Wed
nesday and Thursday, Aug. 1st and 2nd.
. Gen M. C. Butler has been in Edge
ifield for several days. He will proba
!bly attend the Confederate re-union at
Mr E. J. Norri.-! has sold a corn
?shredder to Gen M. C. Butler, the first
machine of the kind sold in this sec
tion of the State.
j Supervisor Padgett calls on the road
[overseers to have the loads worked
under peoalty of the law. See notice
in another column.
i Mr T.B. Lanham is Boon to leave for
;Keutucky where he goes to engage in
; Y. M. C. A. work. The best wishes of
all our peopie go with him.
\ Jos. H. Cantelou, Esq., alter a most
tedious and protracted attack of grip is
sgain able to be at his law office, where
his friends will bs delighted to see
Read in this ?3s?e of the Advertiser
the article from the Southern 'Calli va
tor headed "Don't Pull That Fodder."
lit may pot some new ideas in your
I There will probably be no peaches
fnext year; therefore the thrifty and
.thoughtful housewife is canning all
. she can this year, and of all o'her
: fruir?as well.
Every visit of Dr Bell to Edgefield
brings him new patients. Piles is his
'specialty, and he is making some re
markable cures. Remember every
j Monday at Edgefield,
big day that ac Philippi last Sun
day, nearly every candidate in the
county was there, and the crowd was
immense. Philippi is one of the largest
( and handsomest churches in Western
The rain thatieii in our town on
Monday was just exactly what we
. needed, indeed so far all our rains this
; yeal4 have been just the very best and
we have bad all round typical seasons
for the crops.
Some kind of an insect is destroying
the cotton in the vicinity of Bates
burg. The authorities have been re
quested to send the bog killer from
Clemson College to check the ravages
of thia new pest.
The Egyptian tree onion is some
thing new in the onion line. They
are mighty good, and like nut grass in
. their not-to-be-got-rid-of character
ratios. They will abide with you foi*
time-till the sun grows cold.
S. E. Freeland, Secretary and Treas
urer, writes us that there-union of
Cb. K, 15th S.O.V., will be held at
Plum Branch on Saturday, Aug. 12.
All the members are earnestly re
. quested to attend, and all old veterans
are cordially invited also.
Solicitor Thurmond was at the State
campaign meeting at Camden on Mon
day of this week, the first that bas been
held in his district. That he acquitted l
himself handsomely goes without say
ing. As yet. however, we have seen
no accoont of the meeting.
The Secietary of State has issned a
commission to the'Johnston Cotton
. Mills, of Johnston, Edgefield county.
The capital stock is to be $50,000. The
corporators are SJ Watson, D T Onzts,
B F Lewis, H W Crouch, P C Stevens,
of Johnston, Chas W Davis, of Au
gusta, and Alvin Etberedge, of Saluda.
. Mr JOB. W. Tompkins, who died at
? bis home near oar town on last Friday
night, wa) the oldest son of the late
Col Jack Tompkins, was 44 years of
. .?ge, and left a widow and several chil
dren. He married a daughter of the
?te. J. P. Blackwell. Joe was kind
hearted, genial, and generous, and left
many friends to grieve tbat be is no
ore of earth. His remains were in
terred in our village cemetery by the
side of his beloved father on last Sat
urday there to await the last great
awakening. Peace to his memory and
??ympathy for those who ?'grieve anc
Read What Col
Has to Say of
patio or Liv*
I came to Edgefield over
dyspepsia and Mdney trouble
every possible remedy for the i
lief. After reaching here I
within a short time lound thal
any other medicine I ever trie
liver and kidneys^ arid has rest
health. I feel no hesitancy in
Edgefield, S, C., June 5th," 19?
W. E. L
"Mamma," said small Tommy,
when he had eaten about half his
second dish of pudding, "I'm
afraid I can't eat any mor?' after
I've eaten this."
A Lexington Kentucky; special
says: Maud Matthews, sixteen
years old, who has been buried
alive since Monday under a
hypnotic shell, wae disinterred
today. Her first word was "Hello."
Greenville county is going to
submit the prohibition, local
option and dispensary matters to
the voters in the primary, and upon
the result will depend the votes
of the delegation in the legislature.
The Greenwood Index bas start
ed the movement to have the
Federal government purchase the
grounds around the old Star fort
near Ninety-Six and preserve it
as a natioual park.
A citizen o? our town bas handed us j
the following returns of llour from ?
wheat recently sent to a roller flour
mill which will prove of interest to
our readers :
Wheat sent to mill. 631 lbs.
Toll. 63 "
Total wheat ground. 613 lbs.
1st patent. 274 lbs.
2nd patent. 142 *
Shorts. 4S "
Bran. 146 '
Total returns. 610 lb?
Another load of wheat, 546 pounds
net wheat, gave :
1st paient. 274 lbs.
2nd patent. 96 *.
Shorts. 37 "
Bran. 137 "
We do not know m what respect the ? '
roller mills excel the old kind of mill,
but?jtbat they do excel we suppose
there can be no doubt. Will some one
who knows give ns the points of dif
ference and excellence.
SELLS THE Bl
ON EARTH F(
tiJmT* If you want Good Shoes Chea
The Great Easter]
907 BROAD STB1CI
Some Lumber and Shingles.
Mr. Editor: Will you please
give notice through the columns of
the Advertiser that a lot of old
lnmber and about ten xhousaud i
old shingles will be (-old at Au
tioch on Monday next at 10 o'clock
to the highest bidder. These
shiugles are: good and persons de
siring.them might get a bargain.
A. A. GLOVER.
The same old ring rule politi
cians that have been dominating
Spartanbnrg county for years are
now trying tc =ecure re-el?tion by
combining top tber. Each mem
ber is pledged to support every
other member of this office-holdiug
ring. The best way to kill a dog
is to cut off his ?tail back of the
ears and this should be "done at j
one stroke; so the best plan fori
the people to get ria of tbes crowd I
of public pap-suckers is to snow
everyone of them under at the
ballot box. Don't leave a single
one to^tell the tale of woe-Head
ri ?T $
Are upon us, but you can keep co?
Suits of Cashmeres, Worsteds, Fh
Serge Coats at before-ihe-rise price
Se? our Crash Suits ut $1.5(
Coats at 50c, G5c and 75fc.
Ladies' and Child; en's 0:
in all the latest stylte wilh prices r
Our dtock of Panis, Bats and
See our goods before buying, \
Wm. P. Calhoun
a year since suffering with
For several years I had tried
disease mentioned without re
tried Jennings' Hepatic, and
t it gave me more relief than
d. It acted well on both *y
ored me to comparative gt \
recommending the medicir.
WM. P. CALHOUN.
At the request of Mrs A. "Victoria
Evans, President of the Ladies'
Monument Afsociation and the
oher memoers of the Association,
all the male citizens of the town of
Edgefield and vicinity rre request
ed to meet in the Y. M. C. A. hall,
above the Bank of Edgefield, at JO
o'clock Saturday morning, July 28,
for the purpose of arranging for
Ihe entertainment of the people in
attendance on Ihe day of the un
veiling of the monument.
A good many Hep, no doubt, are
bei ng told just now on the candi
dates. But there are generally j
certain earmarks about a lie by
which'.you car?, know it to be such,
and, asa general rule, it is best!
for the candidate upon whom alie,
may be told to let it run itself to j
death, mildly pointing out the ear]
marks as it runs by. Zack Boone
says that be "never heard of a lie,
being started on a sardine, but
they told lots of 'em OD Jouah and
Petit J liront. August Term.
A J Mo bi ey,
T M Seigler, Sr
J F Bettis,
T M Butler,
S E Fr.'elaud,
J G Derrick,
B J Crooker,
S W Prince,
J M Marsh, .
A P Douglas,
T A Corlev,
J L Gilchrist,
L A Ashley,
iV W Norris,
T M Morgan,
J P Kagood,
F P White,
W A Jordau,
T E Miner,
R C Griffin,
.T H Beuknight,
J D Eidsou,
S B Dorn,
B F Lewis,
G M Smith,
J W Blrckwell.
W P Winn,
B .1 Harri pon, .
J W Pay no,
Hugh B fi rr ison,
Martin Yo noe.
g^toftW C 13-SAN OIL curra
SSiSiV?B s> Cu$s, Emms, Braises, Eheo
rnatifim and Sore3. Price, 25 cents.
For sale byG. ll Penn & Son.
Manager of the
)R THE MONEY.
p, do not fail to see him. Call at
CX, .A.TJGrTTS'XVV. Gr A.
Bad Blood-Cure Free !
Bad Blood causes Blond and Skin
Diseases, Eruptions, Pimples, Scrofu
la, Eating: '?ores, 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 )?as been thoroughly tested
for past thirty years and has always
cured even the most deep-seated, per
sistent <;ases, after doctors and patent
medicines had all failed. B. B. B. cures
by driving out of the blood the poi
sons and humors which cause all
these troubles, and a cure is thus made
that is permanent. Contagious Blood
Poison, producing Eruptions, Swollen
Glands, Ulcerated Throat, and Mouth,
Etc., cured by B. B B, the ouly reme
dy that can actually cure this trouble.
At druggists, fl perlarge bottle; six
large bottles (full treatment) $5. BJ
B. B. is an honest, remedy thar makes
real cures. To test B. B. B. write for
Free Trial Bottles which will be sent
prepaid. Medical advice Free. Ad
dress Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ca.
PB^A?^??*W?BIAP? TEA cures Dyspep
B KWlvl i? sia, Constipation and Indi
gestion. Begulates tho Liver. Price, 2$ its.
For sale by G. f,. I'enn &Son.
'A by wearing one of our Summre
innels, Serges, or our Alpaca and
), $2.00, $2.50 per Suit. Gingham
xfords and Strap Slippers
Furnishings always complete.
,\e can sn ve you money.
PROHIBITION OR DISPEN
Mr. Editor: The experience of
men and the wisest statesmanship
demand that whiskey making,
selling, and drinking be restricted.'
To what extent and how to do this
i* a problem now prominently be
fore the people to investigate and
decide as duty impels. The three
methods permitted by the present
State Constitution are prohibition,
dispensary, and local option with
license but without the barroom
feature of selling by the drink,etc.
Prohibition is an ideal theory
nd probably would be the cendi
, on that would give best results to
aie human race. But the fact that
two-thirds or more of men in even
our Southland are at heart op
posed to absolute prohibition pre
sents a condition of sentiment too
loose and irresolute to enforce
such a law against the schemes of
the many whiskey interests. Laws
not upheld by conscientious pub
lic sentiment are surely not the
beBt that an intelligent statepman
ship can devieo for current needs.
I repeat if men in South Carolina
vote prohibition in this State
thinking that adjoining states will
eupply their demands for whis
key, these same men are not pro
hibitionist at heart and will be so
irresolute as to allow the wiles of
whiskey men to scatter the stuff
?throughout our State under the
law they vote, the State at the
same time bearing the expense of
such coudnct without any returns
for such sales. Why most men
whether they indulge iirMriukiDg
or not, desire* a source of whiskey
supply located somewhere con
venient, is something that I will
not tacklf, yet from long observa
j ion I assert it as a fact. Hence I
conclude that until ft fai: controll
ing sentiment shall become really
and truly prohibitionist, 6uch a
law is not the most expedient aud
the beet that at present can be de
The dispensan' theory of pro
viding a source of supply to the
needy of full measure, of pure
quality and without the barroom
feature in surely a great improve
ment over unlimited barrooms
with* their dram s.\leson premise?,
old and young indulging togotber.
Had the State in the practical ap
plication of laws to this good
theory been content with provid
ing this source of whiskey supply
unadulterated at lowest cost to
consumers, without any effort to
encourage sales or driuking, there
would be some jemblance of jus
tice to th?) good morals of her do
main m having usurped individual
enterprise of whiskey selling with
the sole view of properly restaining
the whiskey evil. But when the
State demands a profit on sales
greatc than would be required to
provide this source of supply and
economic salaries for her dispen
sary employes selling such stuff
her dispensers cannot guarantee ;
pure distilled, with a view to large
revenue the excuse and right priv
ilege to usurp become untenable,
and wo may say she violates a
principle of right government.
The State encouraging sales for
revenue, shutting off all competi- .
tiou becomes a monopolist, and '
thu3 enriching a few favorites and
increasing cost to the consumers,
she violates the 'demand of real
reformers that ali monopolies
should be curbed. Wheu she
makes revenue the controlling pur
pose of the dispensary sh* over
steps her privilege rights to usurp
private enterprises in order lo con
trol aud restrict the whiskey evil.
Rather weak for the State to ac
knowledge that she must iun the
business herself in order to enforce
restriction laws, knowing that frail
humans must run both hers and
private enterprise. Man does not
attain perfection evon aBan em
ployer in a public cr government
institution. It is the province of
right democratic government to
encourage private enterprises not
tousuip them. Its duty to curb
monopoly not to become a monop
olist. Its duty to promote good
morals and manhood uot to repress
healthy competition and to de
moralize in GtTorte to fill her treae
ury with gold. Ile privilege to
have palatable laws fostering a
spirit of obedience to and whole
some execution of such laws.
Thu local option high license
in incorporated cities of a certain
uurnberof inhabitants, having the
restrictions of the dispensary sales
in packages aud not be drunk on
premises would give content to
meu demanding a source of sup
ply, to men opposed to State mon
opoly of the business and- afford
some revenue to reimburse the
State in efforts to enforce her re
strictive laws for such a method of
sale. Men would be more content
ed because of the supply source
being offered by competi tors, and
all demanding such supply as well
as those paying license to sell
would be more resolute to enforce
the laws and to keep down the
great demoralizers-illicit raak i ng
and selling by blind tigers. This
method would let the State out of
I appreciate your pair
solicit a continuance ir
My stock is always co
in all the best grades c
FANCY AND HE^
PRICES TO SUI
When in need of an}
me a call. DST S's
Awaiting your fav
prise not absolutely required for
the purpose of government. This
method with the conscientious ap
proval of the largest number of
voters in this State can and should
be so perfected as to give the great
est practical restrictions to the
whiskey evils. The State can de
vise laws to keep this enterprise
within reasonable limits as well
as she can have laws for other
private enterprises. During this
election year what ip the duty of
the hour of those who think that
we are confronted with conditions
of real sentiment unsuitable for
prohibition, and who think the
State Bhould'go out of the whiskey
business at the earlier opportunity.
Can we vote prohibition ti upset
dispensary or consistently vote
dispensary advocates to down pro
hibition. If we would be aggres
sive in advocating our method we
must have exponents tn represent
our cause in the legislature. To
be hou?st with ourselves and en
courage others of like opinions to
co-operate iu enacting our plan
now or hereafter we must show our
strength for our own measure and
not our prefereuce as to the other
two. If we do not believe that
either prohibition or dispensary is
the proper settlement of the ques
tion and desire a third method,
why not now encourage exponents
of our cause rather than gi VP hopes
to prohibition or dispensary meth
ods. Many favor the third method,
but how ascertaiu the number un
less we act for that method. Y?s
surely exponents can be [elected
to advocate our cause.
Elect prohibition governor and
dispensary will prevail in the leg
islature, or elecf dispensary gov
ernor aud dispensar}' will ne a fix
ture for years to come, I say if
we who favor the third method
shall do these things without any
effort to exhibit our strength, I
repeat we should encourage those
of like opinions to bring out suit
able exponet ts and vote for them
to advocate our view in the legis
PRO BONO PUBLICO.
Airy Mound, July, 1900.
Ordered to China.
Within the next twenty days
another brave South Carolina
soldier will be fighting upon
Chinese soil. An order was re
cently issued moving one of the
companies of the 7th infantry, of
which Lieut. Ben Tillman, Jr.,
is ranking lieutenant, from Alaska
Lieut. Tillman was graduated
at the Citadel Academy only a few
pears ago. Shortly asterwards he
was commissioned second i
lieutenant and fought through
the Spanish war. When peace
was declared the young officer was
transferred to Alaska and placed
in chai ge of a company at a little
town known as Rampart City. He
has spent the last two years on the 1
Yukon and the orders for a change
came, no doubt, more as a relish ,
than anything elBe. He is a son
of the Hon. G. D. Tillman.
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How To Find Ont.
FUI a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
tling indicates an
tion of the kid
neys; if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass it or pain in
the back is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
What to So.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
lt, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
and a book that tells
more about it, both sent
absolutely free by mall,
address Dr. Kilmer & Homo of Swamp-Root.
Co., Bingham;on, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer in this paper.
E. J. NORRIS,
MCCORMICK MACHINE CO,
l S ELL
Corn Binders. Corri Shredders.
Mowers, Horse Rakes,
Best flay Press known, $?5 in Au
Acme Harrow, the pulverizer,
Mower Blade Grinders,
Repairs for McCormick Mowers,
Corn Shredders save you $8 to .$10
per acre, otherwise thrown away.
Run by 8 to 10 Horte Engines.
Write me at EdgefMd, S. C
onage in the past and
i the future.
raplete and up-to-date
:T THE TIMES.
'thing in my line give
ors, 1 remain
LIST OF CANDIDATES.
For the convenience of voters
I we publish the list of candidates
as announced in the Advertiser:
W J Talbert
A1J.IT. AND INS. GEN.
George Douglass Rouse
j Wm Thurmond *
J A Muller
' J C Sheppard
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
M P Wells
P B Mavson
T H Rain sf ord
W A Stnm
N G Evans
CLERK OF COURT.
Jno B Hill
W F Roath
J K Allen
R L Diiuovaut
S B Mays
A R Nicholson
Jas T Mims
Ezra G Talbert
J B Haiti wander
fl C Watson
D I) Padgett
J Kl Beil
B F G J.in ton
. O H K ey
W H Bussey
J W Dorn
T C Strom
Capt Gus White
Capt Jim Miner
L G Bell
R H Parks
P W Cheatham
T E Byrd
C H Anderson
. Visiting Cards,
Job Work of all kind* at this
For sale in the town of Edgelield,
one house and lot on south side of Ge
ter street. House contains three rooms,
also barn and stables. One acre in lot.
Terms! $250 cash, or $300 on time.
Also on-3 acre lot west side Geter
street, price .$150. Apply to W. N. Bur
nett, Real Estate Agent.
100 acres of land, G5 acres open,"bal
ance in original forest, two frame ten
ant houses, situate two miles east of
Meeting btreet. joining lands of Mrs.
Buzzard and .las. Still. Price $600;
$100 cash, balance in live annual pay
ments. W. N. Burnett, Keal Estate
800 acres of land situate three miles
south of Edgefield, 7-room dwelling,
13 tenant houses, two good barns, gin
house and other outbuildings, 200 acres
fenced, 500 acres in cul iyation. Price
$6,000. Vf. N. Burnett, Real Estate
11% acres o? land in town of Edge
field, West End, on Jeter Street. Price
$300. W. N. Burnett, Real Estate
For sale in town of Edgefield, four
acres land with two-story 14-room
dwelling house thereon, centrally lo
cated. Suitable for hotel or boarding
485 acres desirable"farm lands with
six good frame tenant dwellings and
six mules, 150 acres in 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: also
good well of water, with 40 aerea 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, Mle 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 2l}?
acres of land, with necessary out
houses and good well ol' water. A
Apply in person or by letter to
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
m $?.50 ANTI FAT BEL!
For tl.SO we furnish th?celebrated BROWN'S AB
DOMINAL 15 KL T for the cure ol CO KIT L ES C Y.
. who wear tn*
. Brown's AbdonaV
esl Belt run no
lisle Of Not?!
Rup to re or Um?
70a get > comfort
ud eu* of ?filon
youwill appreciate. Ho corpulent pereon
can afford to bc without this belt.
4 Cutibli Ad. ont and send to uswlth $1,50
?ndlOecutisitraforpoiUr?, state height, welghUagrand
number Inches around tho body .larpeat part,and we wlU
Mad thobollto yon bj mal Ipnitpaid, with tho understand'
Inp; thatif lt ls not perfoctlysatlsfactoryand-equal tc
belts that retail at is.ooand upwardsjou can return lt
?t our expense. Writ? for free Belt and "frau Catalogne. %
SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., CHICAGO
BURNETT ? GRIFFIN
Will place you in some of , tb.fi LARGEST and BEST
companies ou earth. .ti
COUNTRY BUSINESS A SPECIALTY.
SEE OUR LIFE INSURANCE CONTRACT.
SI Thc Cleanest and Best Made,
Distilled in Alabama in the good old fashioned way
B* The Kohn Distilling Co.,
There are no headaches in "White
Rabbit" Corn Whiskey.
SOLD. AT ALL"
DIS PENS ABIES.
2*28* AJAX TABLETS PCSSTIVeLY a-VP.
A LL Nervous .Distunes-kuil'u^ jiera
ory, Sleeplossaeu, etc., ccomd bi nt-??
work and Indiscretions. Hi vi/ r. ttick?L
and surely reatoro Lost Vitality in cid
or young, ond Ut a man for Dtnay, bout"
ness or pleasure. Prevent ins.nity and
>?3f??T Consumption if taken in timo. Th-tir
~ -how.!immediate improvement ami ci?erta CUIU2
rJierenll others ML Insist upon bavins tho penunie
ijax Tablets. They have cured thounnndii and will
:ure yon. We give o positive written rrunniatoe ta ej
ect a core in ench case or refund thu money. Price
???t Pt? 081 package, or six packagoe [Cull treat
itv bld. ment) for$2.60 by muil, in plain wrnppor
ipon receipt of price. Circularalree.
UAX REMEDY CO.,32|S?mS6
For sale in Edgell eld, S. C., by G.L.
'enn ?fe Son.
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QUARTS. PINTS AM HALF PINTS.
Sold by nil Dispensarios \hSouth Carolina.
FRANK G. TL'LLiDGE h GO,, C?)Cinnati,Ohio.
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.OM! you oar R-Mntrd La BKHU OLITAK by
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ItanilM I<a Ui-rta/.mrrlcnn ma de instrument of
great beauty, perfect l-ostrwood tlnlsh, very
ulKlilypolisbcd. Handsomely inlaid aroujid
Koona hole and Inlaid .trip?- In Inri:, rrllnliild
i-i.i. ?: top wt*?. WnSttbOBld accurately frot
te?! with rained fret*. Inlaid pnrl pmlllnn dntt,
\ HM 11 cr.ii inadf-palrnl bend, nnilfln<?Mulrl.r1pUtt*a
/-.r?"??.tcll|.lfrf. AUKlil I..\n#S.OO(?nT.tlt. powerful
.>' rt ." Wand Kweot toned, furnished complete with.
JSSSi ?Kan nlm ?rt nf W?t ojaalUy(ted .Irina? ?nd it
.S't!'?lualil<> Inntnirtlnn boot which teaches ony
?" *?. fifi one how to play.
Wili'iT.?.'?fltV F.XASINK THU GriTAR al your rtpreaa
oBlro and If found oxactlyasrepresontcd
and tho (?rettmt barcal? yon eirr ?aw or
bran' >f pay the expr?s? agent 5 3,05
lew tjr. or *8.1& and np nt? eh?nn-? and
the complete outflt is your?. Satiifao
tioTi'K?r?Tanteod or money refunded In full.
SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER.
BS. 155 cash in full we will give a irltrrrd FluRrrboard
tbert. It ls an accurate guide, having all noten, with
sharps and Hats in full Mew, and can be easily ad
justed to any guitar without changing the Instru
ment. With tho uno of tl e lettered titigcrbenrd any
one can learn to play without tho aid'of a tenchor.
Write forlreemuslcal lnstrumcatandplanoand organ
catalogue. Etrrythln* al lownt wbolculo prltM. Address,
SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO., CHICAGO
lUGAllS, ItUBBl'CK A CO. ?re thqroushlj relUUr, "?aliar.)
PP. P- fi. ?J?flTflHi]
HAS REMOVED TO
207 7TH ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
Where he will 'still continue to
..EPE .EYE TESTS
For :i 11 defects of sight. Grind
any shape and style of lense
while you wait.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Tells if you need glasses, rest or
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
EDGEPIEIiD, S, O
Will practice in all the Courts, Stat
and United States''
D. T. G1UCE.
HENRY C. WATSON.; |
[GRICE & WATSON,
(Grice'8 Old Stand.)
gJOF* Patronage of the public solic
ited; Prompt, faithful, and careful
service. Reasonable charges.
BBG-BFIBLD, S, O
Front Room in Chronicle B'ld'g;
I respectfully solicit thc patronage of