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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2.
I LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?
Miss Helen Sheppard ?s visiting in
Darlington. i -
N. G. Evans, Esq., hat been offered
$6,000 for Oakley Park.
It is freely predicted that cotton
will now take a pull upward.
W. N. Burnett offers some more bar
gains in real estate this weak.
Mr lt. H. Covar bas moved into his
new purchase on Addison street.
The exercises of the S. C. C. I. will
be resumed to-morrow, Thursday.
The store room recently occupied by
Bell ct Davis for rent. H. Parker.
Miss .Sophie Abney, of Atlanta, is on
a visit to her old home for a few day).
We regret to announce that Mr R. H.
Mims is confined to his borne witb
Mise Eliza Mims is quite sick witb
the prevailing grip, at her home m
Mrs B. H. Covar bas returned home
after spending a month in Augusta
Senator Tillman has favored this
office with the President's message In
It has been raining steadily since
Sunday, or rather Saturday morning
last, and is still at it.
Rev P.P.Blalock and family are liv
ing with Mr Motte Parker until bis
ne je house is finished.
Mr John B. Davis has been elected
by the County Board of Control clerk
to Dispenser Dorn at this place.
Mrs J. S. Jay, of Greenwood, accom
panied by ber daughter, is visiting ber
sister. Mrs J. W. Peak, of our town. *
We hear that Mrs Rebecca Jones and
family contemplate removing from
Edgefleld to Atlanta at an early date.
Yes! A. Rosenthal's, 1011 Broad
street, Augusta. Ga., is the place to
buy your Buggies, Harness, Saddles,
etc. He'll treat you right. Give him
Uncle George Tillman is much bet
ter than wben we last wrote. It is
hoped tLat he will soon be entirely
Mrs Ashley,of Barnwell county, will
remove to Edgefleld early in the year
ourrent for the purpr?e of educating
ber children at the S. C. C. I.
Mr J. B. Campbell and Oscar Strom
have formed a partnership for con
ducting a general greeu grocery busi
ness at the old Campbell stand.
Wanted-Active, energetic men and 1
women in each township. Steady em
ployment, good pay. Call on or ad- 1
dress D. H. Russell, Anderson, S. C.
Congressman Talnert, on account of ]
ill health has been granted an mdefi- \
nate leave of absence from Congress
and is uow at his home in Parksville.
During the year 1990 the sum of $15,
944 was expended in the public schools
of Edgefleld county. Of this amount
$10,944 went to the white, $5,000 to tbe ,
Mr Jas. T. Mims und family will j
move to Edgefleld early in this month, ,
occupying tbe bouse soon to be va- '
cated by Mrs Addison. Mr Mims comes
to Edgefleld to patronize the S. C. C. 1* 1
FOB RENT-From Jan. lat, 1901, the
store at present occupied by T. A.
Odom. Apply at the Advertiser office.
A SPECIAL INVITATION is ex
tended you .by A. F. Giovanni to call
and see bim at 1010 Broad street, Au
gusta, Ga., w?ere he has opeuei a New
Saloon. He is carrying a full aud
complete stock of Fine Liquors and
Smoker's Sundries. Special attention
to the jug trade.
Mr George M. Cloy, a native of Edge
field county, died in Augusta on Mon
day morning of rbis week. His remains
were carried to McCormick for inter
For Sale-In town of Edgefleld, six
room dwelling on north side of Main
street, in heart of towh, barn and ?ta
bles, servant's house, good well of wa
ter. Everything comparatively new.
Price $2600. 2jan6m
For Sale-136 acres, two tenant
houses, 90 acres in cultivation, three
miles east of Woodlawn, good stock
farm, also good land for cotton and
corn. Price $5 per acre. . 2janl2m
Married, by Rev P. B. Lanham in
North Augusta, at the residence of
Mr Tom Foreman, cousin of the bride,
on Dec 26th, 1900. at 3 o'clock p. m.,
Miss Susie Lanham of Columbia to
Mr W. T. Lundy, of Edgefleld county.
Miss Ellamays Allen, a charming
young lady from Edgefield, arrived
here this afternoon to spend sometime
with relatives.-Bttesburg corres
pondence News and Courier.
Married, on the morning of Decem
ber 26th, at the residence of Dr J. G.
Tompkins, by Dr L. R. Gwaltney, Hon
J. R. Tompkins, of Mobile, Ala., and
Miss Fannie Tompkins, of Edgefleld.
Immediately after the ceremony the
happy couple left for Alabama, their
Stops the Cough
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Bremo-Qu in i ne Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure, > o pay
Price 25 cents.
The position of Resident Manager of
tbe Equitable Life Assurance Society
for Edgefield and vicinity is open toa
man of character and ibdity. A val
uable contract carrying re lewals will
he given to tbe right man. W. J.
RODDEY, Manager, Rock Hill. S. C.
Maj W. T. Gary-it is on the tapis
may be the next Governor of Georgia,
and an Edgefleld man will be the next
Governor of South Carolina. Do you j
want to know bis name? Hush! soo j
early to let the cat out.
The Advertiser and the Commoner
W. J. Bryan's great weekly, will be
sent one year for $2.25, cash in advance
for new and old subscribers. Send
alon? the wherewithal and keep up
with the procession.
We call attention to the advertise
ment of tht Virginia-CaroliLa Chemi
cal Company, of Richmond, Atlanta,
and Charleston, dealers in ana raanu
! fae turor s of Kainit, Potash, and Nitrate
j of Soda. "Write to the Charleston office
for priaes, it will pay you.
At the laut meeting of the Edgefleld
Educational Association, held at the
S. C. C. I.8ome two weeks since, there
was a goodl? attendance of teachers
and trustees-several being present
for the first time. Dr Gwaltney. Prof
Bean, and Col Bailey all made able
addresses before the association on
educational topics. There was unusual
interest manifested at this meeting,
and Col Bailey's magnificent dinner
for one and all was just splendid.
1,340 acres of iand of the Pickens
estate for sale. Apply to John B. Hil),
You will find Cheatham's Honey
the sweetest in the world-at J. A
The guarantee by Edgefleld School
District of five years free tuition, and
in the South Carolina Co-Educational
Institute, one of the best colleges in the
State at that, ,to all children residing
io said school district-which extends
two miles in all directions from the
court house-is attracting wide-spread
attention. Some five families, all good
people and good citizens, have recently
located among us ; and we bear of oth
ers who contemplate moving here
very soon, io order to avail themselves
of the splendid educational facilities
her? offered free gratis.
Just previous to the Christmas holi
days Mr A. W. Jones, anditing clerk
of the Comptroller General's office,
was in Edgefleld and had the annual
settlement with Auditor Haltiwanger.
It is needless to say be found every
thing shipshape and in excellent con
dition. He expressed the opinion that
the Edgefleld office, if not the best
managed in the State, was/among the ,
best. Of course all Edgefleld knew
this without telling, but it is pleasant
to have praise from such a high
For Sale-80acres, two teni, nt houses,
three miles east of Woodlawn, good
cotton and corn farm lands. Pri?e
$5 per acre. 2janl2m
For Sale-65 acres, one tenant house,
three miles east of Woodlawn, good
farming lands. 2janl2tn
Foe Rent-The bouse at present
occupied by Mrs Ida Sheppard with
land attached. There is on th?- place a
good barn, stables, tenant house, gai
den, etc. Apply to 0. Sheppard Esq., in
person or by letter. Land enough Jor
a one horse farm.
Notice to the Public.
During the time that I am in
Columbia, S. C., as presiding offi
cer of the Senate as Lieutenant
Governor, Col. Wm. P. Calhoun
will have charge of the law busi
ness of the law firm of Croft &
Tillman at Edgefield, and our
clients are requested to call on
bim in the Norris building at
JAMES H. TILLMAN.
Home For Lawyers in Wiscon
Articles of incorporation were
filed at Madison, W?B., today for a
lawyer's home for the care of
indigent, horne'ess and aged law
lers and their wives. The home,
which will probably be establish
d? next spring, will be especially
for Wisconsin lawyers, but at
torneys in need from any part of
the country will be welcomed
within its doors. There is no
capital stock, and as soon as
officers are elected, popular
subscriptions for the establish
ment of the institution will be
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund thc toondy if it
fails to cure. E.W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25c
Fifty Killed and Wounded and
The English war office has re
ceived the following dispatch
from Lord Kitchener :
"Pretoria, Dec. 20 7:30 a.m.
General Lyttleton reports that our
post at Helvetia was captured
yesterday morning by the Boera.
About 50 were killed and wounded
and 200 taken prisoners.
"t)ol. Kitchener . reports that
he ia following with a small force
io the track of the enemy, Helvetia
being reoccupied by Reeves, who
har been reinforced from Belfast.
"Helvetian was a very strong
position on the Machadodorp
Lydenburg railway and wa? held
by a detachment of the Lirerpool
regiment. Am asking for further
THE NEW YORK WOILB
Almost a Daily at the Price of*
The presidential campaign never,
but the world got-s on just th? tsirc
and it is full of news. To lei ra i;ris
news, justas it is-promptly and im
partially-all thr.t you have co dr>.? to
look in the columns of The Thrice-it
Week Edition of The New York World
which comes to the subscriber 156 times
The Thrice-a-Week World'- dil:
genoe as a publisher of first news bas
given it circulation wherever the Eng
lish language is spoken-and joa
The Thrice-a-Week World's regular
subscription price is only $1.00 per
year. We offer this unequaled news
paper and the Edgefleld Advertiser
together one year for $2.00.
The regular subscription price of
the two papers is $2.50.
The Best Prescriptions for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GBOTS'B
TASTELKW CHILI. TONIC. It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless fora.?.
No oure-no pay. Price 50c
We now have
tion our line of Cl
FIRST-We have n
Every article is :
SECOND-. We lead ii
Come and mala
fore our stock is bro]
LY fi CH'S D
Listing Cotton seed.
Will the Augusta Cotton Ex
change take any action with re
ference to listing cotton seed and
its products, and what do our
local cotton seed oil manufac
turers think of the Memphis de
pature? The New York Com
mercial which seems to be the
especial champion of this new
The action of the Memphis
cotton exchange in listing cotton
seed and its products for regular
quotations is warmly commended
throughout the cotton belt, and ae
its advantages become known and
are appreciated farmers, manu
facturers and operators will
doubtless bring all their influence
to bear on the other exchanges for
a general adoption of the system.
There is no reason whatever why.
an industry of this size and im
portance, and having snch vast
possiblities of development,
should receive treatment by the
commercial exchanges and
different from that accorded to
cotton or grain.
The cotton exchanges of the scuth
particularly have it in their power
H4PP Y NEW J
for their libe
which has b<
largely to rescue thu cotton seed
industry fjom the trading tangle
aud other embarrassments that
now eurround it. Quotations
generally throughout the cotton
belt would spetdily result in a
more intelligent handling of these
proe'uets, and consequently in
larger profits to everybody engaged
in the industry from grower to
If it is a good thing it would
seem that Augusta would be among
the pioneers in the movement as
this is the great inland cotton
market of the South Atlantic states
and a? we have two cotton seed
oil mills in this city and various
otberfl in this territory.-Augusta
Thousands Hav > Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How Te ]Mkd Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
tling indicates an
5j unhealthy condi
tion of the kid
neys; if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid
ney trouble;', too
frequent desire to
pass lt or pain in
the back is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der ar? out of order.
What to So.
Thare 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, kidnsys, liver, bladder and every part
of th!* urinary passage. It corrects inability
to held water and scalding pain in passing
lt, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wino or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go ofter
during the day, and to gat up many time:
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swian^Root is soor
realized, it stands the hifhftst for its won
derful cures of the moot distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists tnSCc. ar.d$l. sizes
You may have a sample bottle ol thi:
wonderful discovery ^^^^
and a book that tellsrt^HjMjiBffgl^g
more about it, both sentl|^^?^|'p||^^?
absolutely free by mail, ^^SSS?ijui?gBz?
address Dr. Kilmer & Bots? ot Swamp-Boot.
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tlon reading this generous ofter In tbJapaper
?eady for your inspec
iristmas and Holiday
0 old goods to offer,
new and up-to-date.
1 low prices.
) your selections be
Tapping the Sun's Strength.
The problem of tapping the
giant strength of the sun, of con
trolling some portion of the power
and heat so freely givon to mau,
has passed from the ancients to
the moderns through the hands of
the greatest men of learning of all
times without any adequate solu
tion until the down of the 20th
century. The Grecian Archimedes,
the Edisou of his day, was perhaps
the first to handle the question
and to see it traveling down the
centuries. Ericson, the American,
the Mouchout, the Frenchman,
were amoi g the last to spek the
solution, aud both 6UCcoeded in
making the suu operate small mo
tors. Nothing more was done un
til Dr William Calver, of Wash
ington, invented the pan-beliomo
tor, and can now coutrol a graatftr
degree of heat than man evor
The fiercest, degree of heat that
any one has hitherto been able-fco
make is the 6,000 degrees that has
been registered in the electric arc,
Dr Calver is able to generate 24,
000 degrees of heat. Of this he is
able to control 10,000 degrees with
thanks to our patrons and friends
.'ral pasronage during the past year,
jen a very satisfactory and success
year with us.
for aud shall endeavor to merit al
of your patronage.
i our friends, one and all, 365 days]
' and happiness.
absolute safety, while he is at
present at work constructing an
apparatus which will easily give
him the mastery over the full
amount of heat that he generates, j
With his invention, which briefly
consists of an arrangement of mir
rors to reflect the sun's rays upon
a focussing spot. Dr Calver could
burn down a rocky mountain and
reduce it to a level plain without
as much as lighting a match. Rue
sian iron, of the kind so unburn
able that it extinguishes the fire
in fiercest furnaces, melts under
tho heat at his control asa wax
match is melted by tba flame.
Though silver coins or stout glass
tumblers become in a momentrun
uing liquid in the heat of the fo
cussed rays; whilo with his ap
paratus he will perforate a Boak
ing wet plank of wood with a
dozen holes in as many seconds,
Thin signature 1B on every box o? the genuino
Laxative Bromo-i|uinine Tablet?
tho remedy that eni es a oold In out day
Salt and Lite.
Little remains for the coming
century to discover save perhaps
the origin of life and an elixir of
life. But the physiologists of
Chicago university are just now
putting the present century up to
a lively run for even these honors,
it would appear from accounts in
the Chicago paper?. Some time
ago we noted the claim of Prof.
Loeb of that university, in rela
tion to the production of living
forms from amorphous mattel
without sexual agency: aud no^
Prof. Lingi? come forward vith t
demonstration that the boating of
th? heart is due to the preseuce of
salt in the blood, and not, accord
ing to other and older theories,
to proteids in the blood, or to
nerve action. Suspended in the
! proper solution strips of the heart
of a turtle, from which the blood
had been removed so far as possible
have been made to contract
rhythmically as in the living heart
beat. Prof. Lingle's conclusions
"That sodium aud not calcium
is the stimulus for rhythmic
contractions cf the heart.
'That i pure sodium cbloriuY
solution has an injurious effect on
"That calcium, and possibly
potassium, salts improve thc
rhythm by neutralizing this in
"That heart strips will not beat
rhythmically in solutions of non
It is accordingly predicted that
physiological study will take ou a
new life, and be pursued along
lifferent, lines from those hitherto
followed. G?'_jat practical results
in the way of restoring heart ac
tion are also predicted by- the dis
covery, though it is to be men
tioned that6urgeon8 have already
to some extent made use of I
hypodermic injections of sodium
solutions in rest jring patients after
Having learned all this from
the scleutiste at tne university
at the university, the Chicago
reporters seem to have no difficulty
ingoing forth and find'ng some
practical illustrations of the ex
traordinary lifegiving properties
of common salt-which discoveries
seem to be responsible for the
report now obtaining circulation
that the professors were making
claim to the discovery of a life
elixir. CR. Van?ercook, 82 years
old, was found, for example, taking
a pinch of salt from a pocket vial
just as the reporter called. Mr.
Vandercook talked freely as fol
"This ia my elixir of life, this
is the cause of my logevity-com
mon table salt. I have not been
without a bottle of it in my pocket
for 25 years, and I could attend a
Christmas hop tonight aud dunce
until morning as nimbly as I
could 50 years ago. Salt preserve s
the human system as it does pork
in the packing house. It induces
circulation and purifies and in
creases the fluidity of the blood."
Which awakens the terrible sus
picion that the university scien
tists may owe their discovery to a
viBit to the Chicago stockyards or
some other pork-packing plant.
This Mr Vandercock seems to be a
physician, though he is not so
written down in connection with
the elixir discovery. He has given
the salt remedy, he says, to hun
dreds of people with beneficial re
sults, and recommends it espe
cially for consumptives. "Salt
preserves the lime on the lungs,
and without lime tho lungs dry up.
In all tho post-mortem examina
tions of consumptives I have ever
seen I found the lime had gone
from the lungs and deposited it
self on the intestines, covering]
them over." Whether the salt
trust has a hand in all this cannot
be confidently affirmed or denied.
Man Digging Grave Found Steel
Lake City, Fia., Dec. 31-Two
w?eks ago, while parties were at
work excavating for a grave in the
city cemetery, the end of a very
Email casket wasuuearthed at the
side of the excavation. The casket
appeared to be an extremely small
one, made of steel, as far as could
be judged, with silver handles and
asilver band encircling it. Strange
to say, however, no further investi
ing from female
or painful men
.ses, ought not
Ito lose hope if
j doctors camm'
?help them. Phy
sicians are so
j busy with other
I diseases that
they do not un
the peculiar ail
ments and the
delicate organism of woman. What
the sufferer ought to do is to give
a fair trial to
which is the true cure provided
by Nature for all female troubles. It
is' the formula of a physician of the
highest standing, who devoted his
whole life to the study of the dis
tinct ailments peculiar to our moth
ers, wives and daughters. It is made
of soothing, healing, strengthening
herbs and vegetables, which have
been provided by a kindly Nature to
cure irregularity in the menses, Leu
corrhcea. Falling of the Womb, Nerv
ousness. Headache and Backache.
In fairness to herself and to Brad?
lela's Female Regulator, every
suffering woman might to give it a
trial. A large $i bettie will do a
wonderful amount of good. Sold by
Send fi< a nicely lltattmteo' free ne-ok *n the luVjeet.
The Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
gal inn was made and the gravi
was filled and the strange caeke
left where it.was found.
It is not within the memory ol
the oldpsc inhabitant when any
person was huried in th is spot, the
present cemetery, in fact, having
been an old field for 40 years.
Another sensation was added a
few days later when it was dis
covered that the side of the new
I grave had been opened and the
casket taken away. The impress
w?;s left in the earth. It showed
that treasure seekers orghoulBhad
bee/j at work. It created much of
a sensation and steps will be taken
to investigate the matter.
List of letters remaining in the Post
I O??ice at Edgelield C. H., Dec.
Mrs Bob Harris.
Mies Sinthia Johnson,
Miss J S Sibella Stuard,
Jo H M Sounds,
Mr Wesley Brown,
Mr Ro vson,
Mr E C Whitacre.
Mies Amy Atchjson,
Mr vV B Burnett,
Miss Rosy Burrush,
Wm Hay ne,
Mis Sarah Lerop,
G W Robinson,
Rev E L White,
Mr Abb Walker,1}
"Mrs F H Wright.
When asking for letters on this list
W. H. BRUNSON, P. M.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When yon take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle, showing that
it i:) simply Iron und Quinine in a
tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. 50c
1,000 acres larul, 9 mile9 north of
Edgelield, (the old Dr Clint Tompkins
place), good dwelling, ['out buildings,
well watered, good stand for store;
also mill site on land, fine stock range.
Price $6500 as a whole, or will cut up
land in ?mall tracts. Apply to W. N.
Lot in town of Modoc, 33x100 feet.
Price$30. Apply to W. N. Burnett,
Heal Estate Agent. 6m
FOR SALK-117)4 acres land yx mile
from Trenton ; good barn and stables,
.2 wei is good water, two good tenant
houses; 100 acres in cultivation : price
$2,000. W. N. Burnett. Real Estate
Agent. 12m-dec 12-1900
Mouse and lot on Geter street, at
presen! occupied byT.C. Strom. Price
$1600, one-third cash. Termo to suit
purchaser. W, N. B.. nett, Real Es
Fou SALE-One single story house
containing live rooms, hall and two
piazzas, situated on Main street, about
300 yards from Court House. Good
jvell of water and large garden, also a
good servants louse and other im
provements. This is a very desirable
piece of property. Price $1,500. Ap
ply to W. N; Burnett, Real Estate
For ?alep?n the town of Edgefleld,
one house aiid lot on south side of Ge
ter street. House contains three rooms,
also barn and stables. One acre in lot.
Term;;' $250 cash, or $300 on time.
11?4 acres of land in town of Edge
Held, 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
?135 aeres 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 toW. N*. Burnett,Real
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. Reasonable terms.
Apply in person or by letter to
W. N. BURNETT,
CHARLESTON & WESTERN
"Augusta and Ashville) Short Lino.'
Schedule in effect Jan. 17, 1900.
Lv Augusta. 9 40 a m 1 ?0 p m
Ar Greenwsod.. 1217pm 1130pm
Ar Anderson.... 7 30 pm .
Ar Lauren?.... 115pm V 00 a IQ
Ar Greenvale.. 2 55pm '?45 a ra
Ar Glenn Sp'g3- 4 05pm ....
Ar Sparenburg.. 3 00 p m 8 00 a m
Ar Saluda ... 5 28 p m
Ar Ti end "gonville 551 p ra
Ar A.SUV Ile .7 00 pm .
.Crt Ashv ll?.... 820 a m .
. JV Sparenburg 1145 am 4 10pm
?"JV Greenville - ll 55a m 4 00 p m
Arl.auretis.... 130pm 7 00pm
Lv A adi '?an. 6 35 a m
Ar Greenwood.. 2 2Spra 510pm
lr Aug ?sta_ 5 05 pm 1048 am
Ar Sava.-.nah- 555 am .
wv Cilh mu Falls 444 p m
\r Baeigh- 2 16am
li Kort -Ik.... 7 30 a m
lr?-te 5hurg....6 00am
A.!" fi.'ci nomi - 8 15am
, .i ngi<3ta. 3 55 p m
I Allendale. 5 58 pm
Fairfax. S 12 p tn
1 Vern assee. 7 25 pm
" I'e:u fort. 8 lf> p m
? l ori Royal. 8 25 p m
Charleston . 5 Hi a m
" Fort Royal. 7 SO a m
1 Beaufort. 7 45 a m
" Yemassee. 8 40 a ni
* Fairfax. 0 4'J a m
*' A ti?ndale_-. 9 l>3 am
Ar / iignsta. ll 55 a m
Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S.A. L., and C. and G
Railway, and at Spartanburg wit!
For information relative to'ticketf
rates, schedules, etc., address
W. .1. CRAIO, Gen. Pass. Agt
T. M. EHSKSON,
Rosenthal's has proven to be th?
best wearing Butrgy, combining styU
with quality. The most stylish foi
the least money. What more do yoi
want :' A. Rosenthal, Augusta, Ga.
Ry buying your Buggies, Sarriei
and Wagons from il. Rosenthal you'I
never regret it. We will save yoi
money in every respect. A. Rosenthal
Richmond, Va. Charleston, S. C. Atlanta, G a
of FERTILIZERS in
Importers of- KAIMT,
SULPHATE OF POTAS Hj
MURIATE OF POTASH, NITRATE OF SODA, jj?
Write ne for pricee-it will pay von.
Hood People of th Town and County
WACHINES $5, $10,
$15. wt $20 EACH.
Where ha e you been buy
ing your Sf wing Machines,
all these ears-your Or
gans, youT Pianos,
Your Mu: al Instruments
OF VLL KINDS,
Yow 3a y Carriages, Go
Carts ind Bicycles ?
Organs lor Parlor,
Church and School*
We presume you bou ht 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 t' eir patronage have helped us to
increase our business fro \ small beginnings? until to-day
we occupy the largest nm best stocked warerooms in the
whole South, and on our j. irt, we have given our utmost en
deavors to please and sati ty everybody with the best value
for their money.
We have 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 v/e 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 Beda, Tables and
Chairs of all kinds.
Rack:?, Cocoa, Cotton
Jute, China and Japa
nese Mattings, Shades,
Stair and Hall Carpets,
and In Rugs and Art
Go Idci Oak,
Wei nu : and
CMna Casts In
Golden Oak, Walnut
Olid Mahogany. ?
We go north and abroad to challenge for variety of
designs, assortment of makes and lowness of price. When
3 ou 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 Pattern?.
?oulii?rn Agents for Hall's Burglar and Fir?
Proof ?a fes.
D. T. GRICE.
HKNRY C. WATSON.
GRICE & WATSON,
(Grice's Old Stand.)
00* Patronage of the public sol-c
Ued. Prompt, faithful, and careful
?*nric?. Reasonable charges._
GEO. T. SHARPTON,
EZDOEFXEIID, S, C
Front Boom in Chronicle B'ld'g.
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