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WEDNESDAY, NOY. 7.
"Under the pur? light of the stars
The dead sleep,
Wrapped about in a silence unutter
The ages come and go, like a tale that
Time stretches out to the golden un
barred gate of Eternity;
But the dead sleep on, sleep on."
REV. JOHN OWEN DIES OF WOUNDS
Johnston, Nov. 1.-Rev. John Owen
died at 6 o'clock this afternoon. All of
his family wits present. Revs. Hodges,
Robinson, Bkulson, Davis and Ander
son were with him in his lant moments.
He suffered very little pain since he
was shot. At ll o'clock to-day he made
a statement in writing stating that
Mr. Walter Smith was not to be blamed
in the least-that it was an accident
He will be buried at Mt. Olivet ceme
tery at ll o'clock to-morrow.
It is one of the saddest accidents
that ever happened in this community.
Mr. Owen was perfectly conscious un
til the last minute. He expressed him
self willing and ready to go
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?
Our Editor is still absent. And we
dont know why.
Mr. Adkinson, the t ?tcher,furnishes
good beef, pork, etc., atd sells at raa
A good doctor is a gentleman to
tr bom we pay $3.00 a visit for advising
us to eat less and exercise more.
Are you going to the old Ooo fed re
union in Augusta next week? You
wilt long regret it if you fail to go.
TE ACE SH WANT ED-TO teach a small
country: school, commencing Jan. 1st,
1901. Address "X X," Edgefield, S.C.
Mai ried, by Rev. J. P. Mealing, Oct.
25th, 1900, at the home of the bride's
father, Mr. C. M. Williams,Mr. Walter
P. Brimson and Miss Olga Williams.
Mrs. A. G. Russell, Nashville,Tenn.,
wrote : Dr. Moffett's TEETHINA (Teeth
ing Powders) is the greatest blessing
to teething children that the world has
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the mon**y if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is OB each box. 25c
We hear of orange blossoms a little
later on-and that a good friend of
ours, living not far from Pleasant
Lane, is going to give up the old bach
elor business forever. And we are
glad. More ?non.
Rosenthal is with the people. Many
dollars saved in your pocket by buying
Buggies, Harness, etc-lrom him. -His
motto: Satisfaction, Big Business
Small Profits. A. Rosen thal, Augusts,
Rev. P. P. Blalock, having bought
the pleasantly located Berkley home
stead, on Butler street, will, after re
moddeilng the old dwelling into a
beautiful two-story up-to-date resi
dence, remove thereto, and make
that his future home.
We are glad to see friend Pugh
Jones in sown again. He has just re
turned from Harris Lithia, where he
has been for the last few months. The
Lithia water certainly had a fine ef
fect on Pugh, as he is looking well and
hearty, and fat as a stall-fed ox.
For Rent-The house at present
occupied by Mrs Ida Sheppard with
land attached. There is on thc place a
good bara, stables, tenant house, gai -
den, etc. Apply to O. Sheppard Esq.. in
person or by letter. La nd enough for
a one horse farm.
Mr. J.E. Strom, commonly known
as "Boat" Strom, is now one of the
State constabulary force, and he will
do what, he conceives tobe his duty
regardless of the consequences. Blind
tigers need not expect any favors from
If you are in want of thoroughbred
Plymouth Rocks, call on Mr. Charlie
Gray. He bas some beauties on hand.
Go anti see bim. Andwbat he tells
you about his chickens you nay rely
on. His word is his oath, and he is
too honorable to misrepresent.
Manyofonr old Confederate veter
ans are laughing and chuckling now,
thinking of the grand old times tbey
are going to have in Augusta next
week. And they will not be disap
pointed, because, elaborate and big
preparations have been made tor their
The Masons, we learn, gave Prof.
Bailey, of the Sonth Carolina Co-Edu
cational Institute, on Friday night
last, the third degree in Masonry-and
they do say that what the butt* headed
goat done for the Professor was
a'plenty. But you can't down one of
the Colonel's temperament-and now,
"Brer Hobbit" like he's saying nothing
and lying love, waiting to get even on
certain other sojourners who are now
travelling the ragged road he bas jost
gone over, hoping to get even then
.nd we dare say he will.
The position of Resident Manager of
the Equitable Life Assurance Society
for Edgefield and vicinity is open toa
man of character and -tbtlity. A val
uable contract carrying renewals will
he given to the right man. W. J.
RODDKY. Manager, Rock Hill, S. C.
Oo the 27th of October last, our well
beloved and honored old friend F.
Pickens Wells, of Plum Branch,joined
the countless multitude who have gone
before. Col. Pick Wells, as we all
knew bim and loved biro, in his life
walk arooog his fellow m in was al
ways true to bis friends-true to bis
country-true to his God! And he was
gallant and brave-noble and good.
And when the end came be was ready
and Walting,and gently nassed away
"Like one who wraps the drapery of
Aboat him and lies down to pleasant
M'KINLEY ELECTED BY -*IG
As we go to piess this (Wednes
day) morning the latest electiou
news we eau obtain is that, of the
447 electoral votes cast for Presi
de ni:, McKinley h as received 247,
and several States yet to hear
from. And that leave? Billy Bryan
"in the soup." And Mark Hanna's
seven millions are in the pockets
of the free and independent voters
of this glorious Republic of ours!
Oar Home Election.
The election at our town pre
cinct yesterday was a miserably
pokey, dull affair. Not much over
half of our voiew went to the polls.
An Irish girl at play on Sunday be
ing accosted by the priest, "Good
morning, daughter of the Evil One,"
meekly replied, "Good morning.
The term of Judge Ernest Gary will
expire June next, and therefore the
legislature at its next session will
have to electa judge for this circuit.
Of course Judge Gary should be. and
will be, re-elected without opposition.
Amid the immense throng present
on Monday, going hither and thither,
we were delighted to meet up with
Rev. J. P. Mealing, of Currylon-that
good man, and humble Christian man,
who bas "walked with God" so de
voutly and so devotedly these many,
many years. And we were glad to
see bim, and he was glad to see us, be
cause be said so. Ob, that we hf. i more
John P. Mealings in this blessed laod
of ours ! And as we parted, we could
but hope that he may live loni and
prosper. And then, when be is called
hence to the other shore, may his peo
ple keep his memory green'
"Until the stars grow old,
And che sun grows cold,
And the leaves of the Judgment Book
Dispenser Davis has turned over
$255 to our town authorities, and a
like amount to the County Treasurer,
being net profits of the County Dis
pensary for the mooth of October. And
November and December will doubt
less exceed October sales. And right
here, having money on hand, we would
"rise to remark," now is the time for
Mayor Adams to look after the trans
planting of trees. On many streets
more trees are needed. On Addison
avenue, where the building boom is
now most predominant, there are no
trees at all. If adorned with good
side walks, and a beautiful growth of
water oaks Addie on avenue would soon
become the pride of the town, and
would be "a joy forever." Gentlemen
of the Town Council, if you would per
petuate your memory in the love of
the people, plant out trees !
Stops the Cough
----aad vrorkSD?f the~C?fiC '
Laxative Bremo-Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure, > o pay
Price 25 cents.
Corn to Sell and Keep.
Mr. E. L. Ryan, of the Trenton sec
tion, was in town salesday,and speak
ing of bis crop, said, "I have made a
half crop of good cotton. But when
it comes to corn, I'm full-handed this
year, never made a finer crop, or got a
better yield in my life; and my barns
are full-and I've got corn to sell and
keep." And he went out whistling
"Billy in the low grounds," happy as
On Monday last Judge Roath sold
for partition a portion of the realty of
the late L. G. Swearingen, deceased.
The old homestead, containing eighty
acres, mostly open land, was bid in by
Mr. Munroe Swearingen at $1,800. He
bought a bargain, as the late owner
could have realized twice that amount
for the place a few months ago. Tren
ton lands are valuable and are rated
The Best Prescriptions for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GKOVK'S
TASTELESS CHILL TONIC. It is simply
iron aad quinine in a tasteless form.
No cure-no pay. Price 50c
Prosperity in the Parks ville Sec
Mr. J. R. Blackwell tells us that
though this is a year of short crops al
most everywhere, yet the Parksville
section was an exception, and that
there the farmers have harvested flue
crops of corn, pease and potatoes, and
that the cotton yield is simply magnifi
cent; anl that the farmers generally
have money oh hand, andar? in better
circumstances than for years; that the
old miks are happv, and the young
folks more so; that fun and frolic run
high, and the girls sing in rag-time
"Dad's got money, money to burn,
On the crops he called the turn;
I can take my ease,
And dress as I please,
For dad's got money to burn."
And Mr. J. R. B. told us other good
news concerning the said young folks,
but we must not be too blab-mouth,
and tell ali we know until later on.
Young Hogs Most Profitable.
Tho younger the hog the easier
aud more rapidly will he put on
flesh, according to amount of food
consumed. The hog that matures
earliest is most profitable. Good
feeders and early maturers are
the successful swine raisers' ideal.
Get the best breed for these two
points and keep them growing,
and success is assured.-[J. L.
How he Got it.
j "Did you ever get religion?"
asked the revivalist.
"Well, I should say so-138
pounds of it," replied the man.
"A hundred and thirty-eight
pounds of religion?" cried the
revivalist. ''How did you get
MThe only way that a good
many men ever get religion," was
the reply, ^\ married it,"
BOOK BAGS, BOOK STRA
IRISH TABLETS, PENCIL TA:
The Most Completi
Ever Brought to E
Preamble and Resolutions on
the Death of Dr. K. H. McKie
by Peace Haven Sun
Whereas, an all-wise Father, in
his infinite wisdom, has seen fit to
remove from our midst our worthy
and much esteemed teacher and
friend Dr. R. H. McKie, who for
ten years has labored with us in
Peace Haven Sunday-school, and
by his consistent, godly life en
deared himself to all who came
under his council and influence ;
and whereas, it becomes us as a
body and as co-workers that we
Bhould give some testimony of his
virtues and worth as a man, a
Christian and citizen, and our
deep sorrow for his death. Be it
Resolved 1. .That in the death of
Dr. R. H. McKie our Sunday
school has lost oue of its most
faithful and devout members, the
community a kind and generous
neighbor and the country one of
its truest citizens.
2nd. That while we feel that our
loss is irreparable we bow in hum
ble submission to the divine will
of God uwho makes no mistakes."
3rd. That we will remember him
with the most pleasing thoughts
for his many noble traits of char
acter and hold them up as worthy
of our imitation.
4th. That we extend to his be
reaved family our warmest sym
pathies and heartfelt condolence
in their sad affliction and com
mend them to God "who doeth ail
5th. That a tablet of marble be
placed upon the wall of this build
ing with hin nama inscribed there
6th. That a page in our minutes
be inscribed to bis memory, and
these resolutions be recorded on
the next leaf.
7th. That a copy of these reso
lutions be sent to the Advertiser
and the Baptist Courier for pub
lication and a copy be furnished
hiB family. Done by
PEACE HAVEN SUNDAY SCHOOL.
Oct. 28th, 1900.
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefield C. H., Nov.
Miss Lillian Clark,
Mr. Joe SmitL, (2)
Mr. H. T. Tyler,
Mr. Joe Williams,
When asking for letters on this list J
W. H. BRUNSON. P. M.
Weather for October.
Weather Observer C. A. Long, of
Trenton, sends us the following
data of the weather for the month
just ended :
Latitude 33.45; Longitude 81.451
608 letit above mean sea-level.
Max. Temp. 83; date 6th.
Min. Temp. 53; date 11th.
Mean Temp. 69.2.
2.84 inches, which is .90 inches
less than the eight year average for
the month of October, and 8.60
inches less than the 7 year aver
age for the first 10 mouths of the
MARKET! m I
.PS, LUNCH BASKETS,
BLETS, SLATES and PENCILS.
e Line of Stationery
Tribute of Respect to the Mem-",]
ory of Dr. R. H. McKie.
Whereas, on Oct. 6th, 1900, dur
?Heavenly Father, iu working out
His wonderful and divine -plan,
saw fit to call home our greatly be
loved brother, Robert H. McKie,
who had so earnestly labored with
us in the Republican Baptist
church, of which he was a faithful
member, and treasurer, for many
years, and by his Christ-like life
had so greatly endeared himself to
the church, the Sunday-school an
the community. He was a most
zealous worker for his Lord and
Master. Always looking to the
iiiierest of his church and the up
building of God's kingdom. There
fore be it
Resolved 1. That Republican
Baptist church in conference .as
sembled. That while we are
grieved and deeply mourn the JOBS
of our brother we meekly bow to
this dispensation of our Heavenly
Father and humbly say "Thy will
Resolved 2. That our church
and Sunday-sohool have lost a val
uable member and an earnest
worker whose place will never be
filled. Yet we feel that God doeth
all things well and for our good.
Resolved 3. That we will ever
bold him in fond remembrance for
his work sake and that we will
emulate his many virtues.
Resolved 4. That we extend to
our brother's bereaved family our
sympathy and commend them to
God ih9 giver'of all good gifts, a,nd
may wes??K prove that our hearts j
go out in sympathy to the bereaved
Resolved 5. That a page in our
minute book be inscribed to his
memory, and a oopy of these reso
lutions be sent to the county par
pers and the Baptist Courier for|
publication and a copy to his be
JAMES R. REECE, J
For the Committee.
Unhealthy Kidneys Hake Impure Blood.
All the blood In your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fall to do
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working In pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for Its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits
by all druggists in fifty
cent and one-doll?r siz- j
es. You may have a
sample bottle by mail Home of swunp-Root.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
DS AT REASONABLE PRICES
DOGS OF INTELLIGENCE.
A Strict E:iVl)ct?r!*.n md a Trailer fa
Tb?XiEr?; s'Ec ; : .7. uv;:::' consists
of c mauler cf ck.? nr.oec'/.-tes select
ed from ?sa?ij ..:?.-..:, liev? cid.
The fitr.r;-.-P are airar-j/it tc illustrate
different fenteres o? ii..- ???'s character.
Herc is an esaiuii?c of what is called a
dog's "tenacity cf iir.pvssiou, " vouched
for hy au Edinburgh iniaisler:
"One sacrament Cundriy the ninisftt
ift his honsc to the care vi the servants,
.rho thought it a good opportunity to
give a party. During the day the dog
(a Newfoundland) accompanied them
through tho garden, and indeed wher
ever they went, in the most attentive
manner and seemed well pleased, lu
.the evening, when the time arrived that
the party meant to separate, they pro
ceeded to do so, but tho dog, the instant
they went to thc dcor, interposed, and,
placing himself before it, would not al
low ono of them to touch tho handle
On their persisting ard attempting to
use force, he became furious and in a
menacing maimer drove them back into
thejkitcheu, where he kept them unt"
tho arrival of Mr. und Mrs. Simpson."
From which it would appear that
some dogs uve Sabbatarians, At all
evente, he seems to have Leen of opinion
that revelers ?'n a 7nar.se on er.crar:cnt
Sunday were cut cf place.
Another story, illustrating the reason
of a dog, is quoted as having been told
by William Robson of PenahaW) the
owner of the ai-imal. The dog was in
the habit of going about in hansom cabs
with his master. Ono day, after being
lost, he went home by himself in a
"The cabman rang for hi.T fare, and,
thinking he had somehow captured the
runaway, I inquired how and where he
found him. 'Oh, sir,' said cabby, 'I
didn't hail him at all; he hailed me. I
was standing close by St. Janies' church
looking out for a fare, when in jumps
the dog. I shouts through the winder.
He wouldn't stir. So I gets down and
tries to pull him out and shows him my
whip, but he sits still and barks as
much as to say, ' 'Go on, old man. " As
> I seizes him by the collar I reads his
name and address. My fine gentleman
settles himself with his head just a-look
ing out, and I drives on till I stops ai
this gate. Then ont jumps my passen
ger, a-clearing the doors, and walks in
as though he'd been a regular fare.1 "
The driving in cabs aog is by no
.means a rare variety. It is told of Lad?
Ashburnham's collie that, after jumping
into a handsom, he so plainly intimates
that he wants his collar read that, at
one cabman said, "Blowed if he didn't
ask me to."-Westminster Budget.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formulais plainly
printed on every bottle, showing that
it i.-? simply Iron und Quinine in a
tasteless form. M o Cure, No Pay. ?Oc
A Substitute for Kny.
Abbeville, October31.-The late
rains and temperate weather of
the past six weeks have caused
luxuriant growth of the cotton
plant-in this section. Many farm
ere are cutting down this growth
and curing it for forage. It is.
thought it will make a fair subr:
stitjite for. hay, of which a very
small quantity has been reaped,
This Aignature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabi?*?
tbs.remedy thai rares a cola in one day
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depositary
J. C. SHEPPARD, W. W.ADAMS, "
J. H. BOUKNIGHT, J. A. BENNETT,
J.*?COBB, B. S. HO .LAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULL?R,q
W. E. PRESCOTT.Ul
J. C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. W. ADAMS, vice-President.
E. J. MIMS, Cashier.
J. H. AUKS, Ass't Cashier
fPays interast on deposits.'by^special
Money to loan on liberal terms.
Prompt and polite attention to busi
?0UH ffCCOUQtl SOllCM
GEO. T. SHARPTON,
EDGEPIELD, S, C
Front Room in Chronicle li'ld'g.
I respectfully solicit tlu patronage of
anteo of pood faith and we
will send you any fireproofing
by f reicht, C. O. D., subject to
examination. Yon ctn cumins
ll lt j our tr: Iglit drpot und If you
And lt tl:e equal of any Uro
proof combination locU iron
and Btecl safo mndo and about
one-llilrd th* price eliarprd by
olh IT? Tor (lie minc alie and grade,
pay your freight agent our
?pedal factory price nnd
frclcut charge*, less the(!).00
?ont with order; otherwise return it nt our expenso
and we will return your &R.0O. 100-ib. combination
lock ioftt ror too tome, CCDS; 300-lb. ofueoand alore aafci,
. ll.OSi SOO Iba., ?lT.nO; 700 Iba., *21.DG| 1000 Iba.,
8?S. 60|1260 lb?., ? 23. G0;?ery large double outaldeand double
-italie door rafea fur large bnalnraa, factory, Jewelry or bank,
SOIncJaWhlgh, 8400 Iba., ?C3.7SI 08 loche? high, ilium Iba.,
S89.7S. Frelrfat ??eracea 25 eentaper 100lb?. Cor ?,1)0 ml In
Tor lOOOmlIr?, ?Oe-nl?. WKITK FOR FREE KAF?.
CATALOGUE ?nd ipeelal liberal C. 0.1>. ofTer.
SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. Chicago.
The Standard of Purity in
H Has the Subtle Charm in Flavor to
.. QUARTS, PINTS AND HALF PINTS.
Sold by all Dispensaries in South Carolin*.
FRANK G. TULL?DGE & CO., Cincinnati .Ohio.
House and lot on Geter street, at
present occupied byT.G. .Strom. Price
$1600, one-third casi' Term? to snit
purchaser. VV, N. burnett, Real Es
Four acres in town of Edgefield,
wnh 2-room cottage, good well of wa
ter. Price, not less than $350. One
third cash, balance in one and two
years with interest. W. N. Burnett,
Real Estate Agent.
J?FOK SALE-One single story house
containing five rooms, hall and two
piazzas, situated on Alain street, about
iJCO yards from Court ??ouse. Good
well of water and large garden, also a
good se--ants house and other im
provements. This is a very desirable
piece of property. Price $1,500. Ap
ply to W. N. Burnett, Real Estate
For sale in the town of Edgefle'd,
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 one acre lot west side Geter
street, price $150. Apply toW. N. Bur
nett, Real Estate Agent.
100 acres of land, 65 acres open, bal
ance in original forest, two frame ten
ant houses, situate two miles east of
Meeting ?street, joining lands of Mrs.
Buzzard and . .las. Still. Price $600;
$100 cash, balance in five annual pay
ments. W. N. Burnett, Real Estate
600 acres of land situate three miles
south ol' Edgeiield, 7-room dwelling:,
13 tenant houses, two good barns, gin
house and other outbuildings, 200 acres
fenced, 500 acres in cultivation. Price
$6,000. W. N. Burnett, Real Estate
11% acres of land in town of Edge
field, West End, on Jeter Street. Price
$300. TV. N. Burnett, Real Estate
For sale in town of Edgefield, foui
acres land with two-story 14-room
dwelling house thereon, centrally lo
cated. Suitable for hotel oi* boarding
4S5 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. -V. But nett, Real
A seven-room, 2-story house on Gray
street,in the town of Edgefield; good
servants and other outhouses; also
good well of water, with 40 acres of
land. Reasonable terms.
Also ISO acres of land, in town of
Edgelieid, with modern up-to-di.te
dwelling house,a number of good out
houses. Everything in apple-pie or
der. This is, perhaps, *;he most vaki.
property ic 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 good well of water. A
-"Apply i:: person or by letter to
W. N. BURNETT,
BEAL ESTATE AGENT.
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j Guns, Pistols. !
; SPORTING GOODS, j
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g 557 Bread Street, AUGUSTA, QA. j
?4. Md wv ?111
trod jua our celebrated La BEUT* GUITAR bj
pipren, C. O. D., ta bj ec I to examination. It Isa
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irrc-.it beauty, perfect rosewood finish, very
highly polished, handsomely Inlaid around
sound hole and Inlaid stripe in back, celluloid
bound top edge. Fingerboard accurately fret
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American made paient bead, and fluestnlckel pilled
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?jan extra set of beet finality ?tee! strings aid a
laluable luatrnetlon book which teaches any
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(and the greatest barfiui you e?er saw or
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sharps and flats In full view, and can bo easily sd
Justed to any guitar without changing the Instru
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onu can lo un to piny without tho aid of a teacher.
Write for free musical instrument and piano and orgau
cvtnlrnrue. Eterjttblnr at lowest wholesale prices. Address,
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CHARLESTON & WESTERN
"Augusta and Ashville! Short Line.'
Schedule in effect Jan. 17, 1900.
Lv Augusta. 9 40am 140pm
Ar Greenwood.. 1217pm 1130 pm
Ar Anderson.... 7 30 pm .
Ar Laurens.... 115pm 7 00am
Ar Greenville.. 2 55pm 945am
Ar Glenn Sp'g3 ...4 05 pm .
Ar Sparlanbuife .3 00pm 9 00am
Ar Saluda.... ?5 23 p m
Ar fiendersonville 551 pm
Ar Ashville.700 pm .
Lv Ashville.... 820 am .
Lv Spartanburg 1145 am 4 10pm
Lv Greenville_1155am 4 00 pm
ArLaurens.... 1 30 p m 7 00p m
Lv Anderson. 6 35am
Ar Greenwood.. 2 2S p m 5 10pm
Ar Augusta_ 5 05 pm 1048 am
Ar Savannah.... 5 55am
Lv Calhloun Falls 444 p m
Ar Raeigh- ii 16 a m
Ar Norfolk.... 7 30am
Ar Petersburg....6 00 a m?J
Ar Richmond - S 15 a m j
Lv Augusta. 3 55 p m
Ar Allendale.... 5 58 pm
" Fairfax. 6 12pm
" Yeraassee. 7 25 pm
" Beaufort. 8 15^p m
" Port Royal. fi 25 p m
Obarlestoj. 5 15am
w Port Royal. 7 30 a m
" Beaufort. 7 45am
" Yemp.ss"e.*.. 8 40 a m
.* Fairfax. 9 40am
" Allendale. 9 53am
Ar August. ll 55 a m
Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S. A. L., and C. and G.
Kail way, and at Spartanburg with
For information relative to)tickets
rates, schedules, etc., address
We J. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt
T. M. EMKRSON,
107 to 619 Broad Street.
First class in every respect. Trains
pass Broad street two doorB from hotel
entrance. Europaen plan Rooms 50c
and 75c per day.|Meals|to ' order.|Rea
sonable prices.j ^
?ood People of tfie Town and Comity
MACHINES $5, $10,
$15, asl $20 EACH.
Where have you been buy
ing your Sewing Machines,
all these years-your Or
gans, your Pianos,
Your Musical Instruments
OF AU, KINDS,
Your Baby Carriages, Go
Carts and "Bicycles ?
Organs for Parlor,
Church and SchooIaJ
We presume you bought them from us, for there is not
a house nor a hamlet within a hundred and more miles of
Augusta, the occupant of which has not at some time traded
with us. The people by their patronage have helped us to
increase our business from small beginnings, until to-day
we occupy the largest and best stocked warerooms in the
whole South, and on our part, we have given our utmost en
deavors to please and satisfy everybody with the best value
for their money.
We haye been urged of late years, time and time again,'
To add furniture and house-furnishings by our thousands
of friends, to the end that they might procure them at
reasonable prices. Of all our triumph Furniture has been
the greatest, until to-day we have the largest floor space
occupied with the most desirable goods at the most reasonable
prices ever offered to the public in the Southland.
China Closets, Book
Cases, Wardrobes, Com
bination Cases, Lounges,
Bedroom Suites, Parlor
Suites, Dining Room
Suites, Enameled and
Brass Beds, Tables and
Chairs of all kinds.
Racks, Cocoa, Cotton
Jute, China and Japa
nese Mattings, Shades,
Stair and Hall Carpets,
and in Rugs and Art
China Cases In
Ooldea Oak, Walnut
We go north and abroad to challenge for variety of
designs, assortment of makes and lowness of price. When
you visit Augusta then we'll show the convincing proof.
Church and School Organs always at special cut prices.
THOMAS & BARTON CO.
Agents for Standard Fashion Patterns."
Southern Agents for Hali's Burglar and Fir?,
Peter 4. Br
And Other Musical Instruments.
840 BROAD STREET
(OLD AUGUSTA MUSIC HOUSE.)
Ordere for Tuning Promptly Attended To)
TDE. HOFFETTS j^lajs Inflation, Wis Digestion
(Teething Powder,) 11T?^
Costs only 25 cents at Druggists, ANYACE.
Or man 25 ?nts to C. J. NIOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS, NlO<
gag % EKSETOB
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w ?tA? to ln#|c?W eontsnta.v Whan you
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