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V EDNESDAY. JAN. 9.
J LOCAL AND. PERSONAL. ?
Miss Mamie Lake is in Columbia.
Cotton is advancing. Middling in
this mi.rket will bring 9^c.
The new beard of County Commis
sioners takes bold next month.
Mr Willie and Miss'Minna Bee are
occupying the Griffin house on the hill.
Mr Jas. T. Mims and family have
moved into the Jones mansijn in Bi ri
co m be.
Mr E. J. Norris is in the market to
sell the best fertilizers at the best fig
Mr Geo. F. Mims is thinking of sell
ing his interest in the telephone busi
ness in Edgefield.
Prof. E. C. Dennis, a former teacher
io our town, bas been on a visit among
his old friends here.
We regret to announce that Dr
Gwaltney was too unwell to preach on
last Sunday in our Baptist church.
Dr. Gwaltney is much better, so
much better, indeed, as to be able to at
tend to bis classes at the S. C. C. I.
Miss Bessie Walker, who has been
living in Edgefield for a vear or more,
has returned to her home ;n Macon,
All our members of the legislature
are in their places : benator Sheppard,
Representatives Kai nsf uni, Strom, and
Married, at the home of the bride's
parents near Ninety Six, by Rev. J. S.
Jordan, Dr W. E. Prescott and Miss
Julia A. King.
Clerk of Court Cogburn and family
have removed from Johnston to Edge
field and occupy the old Bryan home
stead (Ta Columbia street.
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
: Mr Otey Reed Strother, of th*? Uni
." versity of the South, Sewanee, Tenn,
a son of the Jate Beuj. Strother, is vis
iting relatives near Edgefield.
.The Lincoln Home Journal hopes
"that it will be easier to borrow money
and harder to borrow trouble in this
century than it was in the last." ,
Messrs Campbell and Oscar Strom,
with MrT. C. Strom as clerk, will oc
cupy the store in Advertiser building
rec ently vacated by T. A. Odom.
Wanted-Active, energetic men and
women in each township. Steady em
ployment, good pay. Call on or ad
dress D. H. Russell, Anderson, S. C.
I sell, for cash, the old reliable Pa
tapsco brand of Fertilizers. Ammonia
largely derived from blood and tank?
age. E. J.NOKBIS, Cash Guano Agent
for Edgefield county.
President F. N. K. Bailey bas been
elected editor of the B. Y. P. U. depart
-ment ef the Baptist Courier. All mat
ters pertaining to that department
should be addressed, to bim at Edge
At the last annual election for our
local B. Y. P. U. Mr Geo. W. Scott, a
student at the S. C. C. I, was elected
President, Miss Hettie Sheppard,
Treasurer, and Miss Ellie Allen, Secre
The Alvertiser 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 1
along the wherewithal and keep up
with the procession.
The position of Resident Manager of
the Equitable Life Assurance Society
for Edgefield and vicinity is open to a
luan of character and tbiiity. A val
uable contract carrying renewals will
be given to the right man. W. J.
RODDEY, Manager, Rock Hill. S. C.
Ellen Brooks, the negro woman
charged with killing Amelia Danton,
and for whom the Governor offered a
reward of $100, has been captured and
lodged in jail at this place and will be
tried at the March term of court. ,.
Our new Clerk of Court is a thor
ough going "home mission" man, that
is to say, he spends* his money with,
and gives his patronage to, home folks
and home industries, and this is ex
actly the proper view to take of things
in general and paiticular.
A SPECIAL INVITATION is ex
tended you by A. F. Giovanni to call
and see him at 1010 Broad street, Au
gusta, Ga., Vhere he has openeJ a New
Saloon. He is carrying a full and
complete stock of Fine Liquors and
Smoker's Sundries. Special attention
to the jug trade.
By baying your Buggies, Surrie?
and Wagons from A. Rosenthal you'll
never regret it. We will save you
money in every respect. AJRoseotbal1
Mrs Rebecca Jones, with her grand
son, MrJLewis Jones, left for Atlanta
last week, where she will make ber
future home. This lady was perhaps
the oldest residpnt of our town andi
left here many friends, who wish fori
her and hers much happiness in their
An old negro who lives in Tennes
see was recently beard to give the fol
lowing prescription for rheumatism :
He was met by Jan acquaintance who
inquired of him : "Uncle Rube, bow
did you get rid of ihe rheumatism?"
The old negro replied : "Well, boss, I'll
tell yer. Ley tells me if you watch a
hog and see where he rubs and go dur
and rub and squeal same as hogs you
never will be pestered wid de rumatics
any more. And so I rubbed whar a
hog rubbed and squealed like a hog,
and, boss, I ain't had no rumatics
The Best Prescriptions 'or Malaria
Chills and Fever is abottleof GSOTB'S
TASTELESS CHILL TONIC. It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless form.
No cure-no pay. Price 50c
Co). Ben Whatley, of Rushtin, La.,
is visiting friends and relatives in
Eri gefiel d and Greenwood counties.
Col. Whatley is a younger brother of
the late Perry Orion T., and Shirley
Whatley, and although nearly seventy
years of age looks to be a man of forty.
He will remain in Edgefield for sev
eral weeks, or to irse his own language
"as long as be pleases."
I You will find Cheatham's Honey
the sweetest in the world-at J. A
Miss June Nicholson, missionary
elect to China, has been giving some
interesting: talks before the Ladies
Missionary Society of the M. E. churob
of our town. The present out look in
China*is sucb, however, that Miss
Nioholson, who is thoroughly imbued
with the spirit of missions, will proba
bly be sent to Cuba or Mexico. The
last meeting of the society was held at
the residence of Mrs E. J. Mims. At
[ tue next meeting an address will be
made by Miss Lou Gary.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula is plainly
printed on every bottle, showing that
it ia simply Iron und Quinine in a
tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. 50c
SALT A LIFE PRESERVER.
Ex-Mayor Hewitt's Vitality Said
to be Due to That Diet.
New York, Jau. 1-Abram S.
Hewitt, who begins the present
ceDtury in good health, although
iu his 79th year, owes much of his
bodily vigor to an elixir of life
which a French physician found
for him in a salt of sodium.
Researches made by Prof Wm
H. Howell, of Johns Hopkins uni
versity, and by Professors Loeb
and Lingle, of the University of
Chicago, which indicates that salt
or chloride of sodium stimulates
the heart, if, indeed, it does not
produce cardiac action, have at
tracted much attention abroad.
French physiciana have for several
years been usiug phosphates of so
dium, and especially the glycero
pbospbate of sodium, to awaken
slumbering vitalities. They con
tended that in rare cases the gly
cero-pbospbate does more than
stimulate. It even increases
Mr Hewitt has been so g -eatly
benefits d by the use of the gjy
cero-phosphate of sodium that his
physician declares he has practi
cally obtained a new hold on life.
Mr Hewitt, when seen this after
noon, said that he did not care to
discuss the matter. He admitted,
however, that he had-..taken the
salt of sodium under the advice of
Mr Hewitt's physician said to
"Mr Hewitt was suffering from
general weakness in 1897. He had
no organic trouble. He had been
an exceedingly active man, and he
felt that he ought to be able to
walk better, for he could at times
get about only with great diffi
culty. He did not have as good
an appetite as he thon -ht he should
"He went to Paris and there
met Dr Robart, a French physi
cian, who became mach interested
iu him. The French physician
prescribed substantaneous injec
tions of the glycero-phosphate of
sodium. The troatment was con
tinued while Mr Hewitt was in
Paris and he was surprisingly
"He gained in strength and ap
petite. He uow experiences no
difficulty in walking and has a
good appetite. He is able t% ac
complish much mental work. I
think that Mr Hewitt is now much
stronger than he ever would have
been bad he not taken the treat
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
AU druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. E.W. f -i e's signature
is on each box. 25c
According to the Chicago
Times-Herald, the Demorett
branch of the W. T. U., of New
York, has issued its ukase that
"osculation any kind, even be
tween a young lover and his
swecthear, t was more dangerous
than the gin fizz or the Secotch
high bail, and must come under j
the ban of the organization." At j
a recent meeting of tho Union
in New York one of the sisters,
who is also a physician, said: **I
think kissing is the "ferst thing
a young woman can do, and tue
amount of hugging and kissing
that some girls-nf our best
families, too-submit to is liter
ally a menace to our morality, I
know a young man well who de
clares that he rarely leaves a giri
without kissing her good-night.
He says that they noi only eagerly
accede to his request, but that
several have insisted upon being
kissed." Where is this thing
they call "reform" going to stop?
Aud what sort of a century will
the twentieth eel tury be it all
our Jights are to be taken from us?
Nerfrs and Courier.
Thlti Signatar* is on ?very box of fte ftasbw
Laxative Bromo-Qiriniiie Ts***
the rwaedT that ?WM . ?*M f* WM ?s?
We now have i
tion our line of Cl
FIRST-We have n
Every article is :
SECOND-.We lead ii
Come and make
fore our stock is bro]
LY fl CH'S D
SOUTH CAROLINA DISPEN
Sales for 1000 Amounted to 2,
Columbia, 8. C., Jan. 2.-The
directors of the state dispensary
today made public the annual
financial statement of the liquor
dispensary system. An exact
comparison with former years
cannot be made as the fiscal year
1900 comprised merely the firBt
eleven months, while heretofore
the calendar and the fiscal year
have been the sume. Not includ
ing December, the heaviest trade
month of the year, the sales for
1900 amounted to $2,481,840.22,
nearly $750,000 in excess of the
entire year 1899. For the 12
months of 1900 the increase will j
be a million dollars.
The state receives 10 per cent
net profit, which amounted to
$176,012.18. This will be prorated
among the counties of the state
for the public schools.
The profits accruing to towns
and cities iu addition to the state's
profit is $298,166.28. This amount
is divided equally between the re
spective towns and counties in
which dispensaries are located.
The grand total of profits ?B
$474,178.46, or 26 per cent of the
There are 93 liquor dispensaries
and 23 beer dispensaries.
The dispensary started in
business in 1894 with $50,000
appropriated by the state. This
has been refunded, an equal
amount invested in real estate;
and a stock of $250,000 paid for, is
cai X ed constantly
The dispensary now claims to be
the largest whiskey bottling
establishment in the world.
Rosenthal'o bas proven to be the
best wearing Boggy, combining style
with quality. The most stylish for
the least money. What more do yon
want? A. Rosenthal, Augusta, Qa.
We extend t
for their libe
whioh has be
Carlyle and His Tobacco.
Down in Chelsea, within a
stone'e throw of Cheyne Row,
there is a tobacconist who used to
supply Carlyle with his favorite
weed. Carlyle was a constant end
a heavy smoker. Sir Charles
Gavan Duffy once sugget?ted to
him that one who suffered so much
from sleeplessness and indigestion
ought not to smoke constantly.
Carlyle replied that he had once
given up smoking for an entire
year at the instance of. a doctor,
[who assured him that his only
I ailment was too much tobacco.
At the end of the year he was
walking one evening in the country,
so weak that he was hardly able to
ere wi from tree to tree, when he
suddenly determined that, what
ever was amiss with him, "that
fellow at ler.st did not understand
it," and he returned to tobacco
and smoked afterwards without
let QI hindrance.
In latter days he used a cia}
pipe made in Dublin known as thc
.eady for your inspec
iristma8 and Holiday
0 old goods to offer,
new and up-to-date.
1 low prices.
? your selections be
The First Issue of Mr. ?*ryari*s
Paper Appears Jan. 20th.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 6.-W. J.
Bryan pased through Kansas City
tonight on his way home from
Galveston, Texas. He huuted
ducks while on his trip and
facetiously said that he killed 17
ducks, 16 on the wing to 1 in the
Speaking of his paper, The
Commoner, he said the first issue
would be out about Jan. 20. He
feels that his newspaper enterprise
will be a great sucess. He said
tbat subscriptions were received
from 33 States and territories
within a wek after he announced
his intention of publishing The
The Germs of Infection Have
Been Stamped Out.
Clemson College, Jan. 4.-The
cadets have returned, the teachers
are at their posts, the college work
has begun, and everybody is happy_
and hopeful. During the vacation
a thorough fumigation was given
to the barracks and all the inner I
?walls were whitewashed, so that
the students have seemingly new
At the recent meeting the board
of trustees decided to extend the
session two weeks in order to
make up the time loot during
December. Commencement will
begin on the 2iet of June.
It was also decided to build a
I past house to be used in cane of
contagious diseases iu the future.
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefleld C. H., Jan.
Mrs Julia R Bell,
' Mrs Effie J Douglas,
Mr Pearl Pounds,
Mrs Guenia Thomas,
Mr Abbie Addams,
Mr John Miles,
Mr John Sanguinette,
When asking for letters on this list
W. H. BRUNBON, P. M.
hanks to our patrons and friends
ral pasronage during the past year,
en a very satisfactory and succeBS
yeor with us.
for and shall endeavor to merit a]
of your patronage,
our friends, one and all, 365 daj'S
"Repeal." He was unable to re
new the supply, and, aud Sir I
Charles Duffy af sured him that)
these pipes were strictly reserved
for troe believes in Irish nation?
ality, und promised him a supply
if he qualified in the ordinary
manner. Carly > never qualified
The Razor Back at Chicago.
The raz ?r back hog is a feature
of the pig display. Ho came from
the Indian Territory, is ten months
old, und weighs 225 pounds, and
is entered for the (daughter-test in
the bacon hog class. A Tennessee
man entertained a crowd to-day
with a story of the achievements
of razor back hogs in his section,
assorting with assurance that he
had seen them climb trees aud
beat a "right smart" horse over a
mile course. "But we never use
our razor backs for baoou," h9
"Why?" asked au interested by
"Because it costs too much for
store lard to try the mei t with."
IN A DILt?. IMA.
Speculators in Cotton Don't
Know What's Going
New York, Jan. 5.-The new
year opens with a slight advance
in cotton, but with no sign forth
coming of an immediate break in
the deadlock in the market or of
renewed activity. The trading this
week has continued to be confined
very largely to the professional
element audquite listless in char
The strengthening factors have
been a disappointingly moderate
movement of supplies; a brighter
outlook in China; an improve
ment in trade conditions reported
from Manchester and the pro
nounced strength of January con
tracts. The parties in control of
that position ?ire quietly awaiting
a move from those short of it, and
show no aggressiveness, but never
theless hold that particular month
with a firm hand. These features
favorable to higher prices have
caused a moderate amount of buy
ing and the gain in values result
ed. March which closed last Sat
urday at 9.39, closed to-day at 9.60
to 9.61 with tone of the market
THE SHORTS ANXIOUS.
So much depends upon the move
ment this month, that the receipts
are being watched with extrome
interest. That they are, so far, so
much smaller than expected by the
bears is a koen disappointment to
those operating for a decline. That
the bad weather which has prevail
ed in the South is in some meas
ure responsible is not doubted,
but this has not prevented the
comparative lightness of receipts
from unnerving the shorts, nor
from encouraging those friendly
to the market to buy.
? feeling is gaining ground that
unless a tightness of money or a
general scare of some character
forces the holders of accumulations
in the south/ to endeavor to unload
in a hurry and all together, prices
will continue relatively firm until
the approach of the planting sea
son, with its accreag? possibilities
and climatic uncertainties, infuses
new elements into the situation
for or against the market.
The bulls believe that long ere
this occurs a substantial and
warranted advance will have
occurred, while the bears believe
?hat, with speculation dormant,
the south will ultimately be forced
to press for sale the vast quantity
of cotton which they believe is
held there. It is a perplexing
outlook and one which may well
puzzle the most careful operatator.
I do not believe in present pricus,
but in common with the majority
on both sides of the question, I am
confident in my conviction.
Stops the Cough
and works off the Cold
Laxative Bremo-Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure, No pay
Price 25 cents.
He's Good on Ducks.
Georgetown, S. C., Jan. 6.-The
Water Lily, the mail and express
boat of Mr. Cleveland's party,
came up to the city from the
marshes this morning deep down
in the water with ducks, x'he
weather caused the ducks to swarm
in the murky atmosphere. Capts.
Robley D. Evans and Lam berton
are now located at the famous
Murphy Island preserves while
Mr. Cleveland is a guest of Gen.
E. P. Alexander. The entire paity
will hunt this week at the former
place before returning home.
Each member of the party is in
fine spirits. Mr. Cleveland is
much benefitted physically by his
The News and Courier has pub
lished the death list of the whites
in Charleston for the year 1900
There were 346 white persons
above the age of 21 who have died
there the past year, most of them
at an advanced age.
These are sweet words, but how much
pain and suffering they used to mean, lt's
different now. Since Mother's Friend has
become known expectant mothers have
been spared much of the anguish of child
birth. Mother's Friend is a liniment to be
applied externally. It is rubbed thoroughly
into the muscles of the abdomen, lt gives
elasticity and strength, and when the final
great strain comes they respond quickly and
easily without pain. Mother's Friend ls
never taken Internally. Internal remedies
at this timo do more harm than good. If a
woman ls suDplied with this splendid lini
ment she need never fear rising or swelling
breasts, morning sickness, or any of the
discomforts which usually accompany preg
The proprietor of a large hotel In Tampa,
Fla., writes: "My wife had an awful time
with her first child. During her second
pregnancy. Mother's Friend was used and
the baby was born easily before the doctor
arrived, lt's certainly great."
Oct Mother's Frlrnd nt the
dru;, ?tore. $1 per bottle.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
Write for <;ur free illustrated book, " Befo? Baby
Gold in The Treasury.
Washing? on, Jan. 5.-"The
gross gold in the treasury today,"
said Ellis H. Roberts, United
States treasurer, "is $480,709,005,
breaking all records. At the end
of March, 1889, the treasury held
$328,293,901, which was the largest
sum accumulated during any
administration in recent years
until within the last two, and three
years. Our immense gold hold
ings are due, of course, to the great
prosperity of the country, to the
I increased production of gold in all
?directions and in large parr to the
fact that the United States is now
the creditor nation of the world."
The store room recently occupied by
Bell & Dav is for rent. H. Parker.
For Sale-80acres, two tenant houses,
three miles east of Woodlawn, good
cotton and corn farm lands. Price
$5 per acre. 2janl2m
For Sale-65 acres, one tenant bouse,
three miles east of Woodlawn, good
farming lands. 2janl2m
For Sale-In town of Edgefleld, six
room dwelling on north side of Main
street, in heart of towb, barn and ?ta
blea, servant's house,, good well of wa
ter. Everything comparatively new.
Price $2500. 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
1,340 acres of land of the Picken?
estate for sale. Apply to John B. Hill,
1,000 acres land, 9 miles north of
Edgefleld, (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 np
land in small tracts. Apply to W. X
Lot in town of M od oe, 33x108 feet.
Price $50. Apply to W. N. Burnett,
Real Estate Agent. 6m
FGR SALK-117}? acres land % mile
from Trenton ; good barn and stables.
2 wells good water, two good tenant
houses; 100 acres in cultivation: price
$2,000. W. N. Burnett, Real Estate
Agent. 12m-dec 12-1900
House and lot on Geter street, at
present occupied byT.C. Strom. Price
$1600, one-third cash. Terme to suit
purchaser. W, N. Burnett, Real Es
ifeFoK SALE-One single story house
cootainirg five rooms, hall and two
piazzas, situated on Main street, about .
300 yards from Court House. Good
well of water and large garden, also a
good servants louse and other im
provements. This is a very desirable
piece of property. Price $1,600. Ap
ply to W. N. Burnett, Real Estate
For sale in the town of Edgefleld,
one bouse and lot on sooth side of Ge
ter street. House contains three rooms,
also barn and stables. One acre in lot.
Terms' $250 cash, or $300 on time.
11% acres ot land in town of Edge
fleld, West End, on Jeter Street. Price
$300. W. X. Burnett, Real Estate
For sale in town of Edgefleld, four
acres land with cwo-story 14-room
dwelling bouse 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 bouse on Gray
street,m 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 Lint.'
Schedule <n efleet Jan. 17, 1900.
Lv Augusta. 9 40 am 140pm
Ar Greenwood.. 12 17pm 1130pm
Ar Anderson.... 7 30 pm .
Ar Lauren? ... 115pm V 00 a m
Ar Greenvale.. 2 55pm 'J 45 a m
Ar Glenn Sp'gs-4 05pm .
Ar Sparlanburg.. 3 00pm 3 00am
Ar Saluda ... 5 23 p m
Ar hen derron vi lie 551 p m
ArAshvlle.700 pm .
LY Ash? II?.... 820 am .
JV Snarl ?burg ll 45 a m 4 10pm
Lv Greenville_1165am 4 00pm
IrLaurens ... 130pm 7 00pm
jv Andi ?san. 6 35am
Ar Greenwood.. 2 28 pm 610pm
Ar Aug ista.... 5 05 pm 1048 am
Ar Savannah.... G 55 a m .
Lv Cilh oun Falls 444 p m
ArRaejgh.... 2 16am
ar Hort ?Ik.... 730ara
arPste sburg-6 00am
Ar Rici; nond- 8 15 a m
.i, ? ugusta. 3 55 p m
J" Allendale. 5 58 p m
- Fairfax. 6 12pm
" Yemassee. 7 25 pm
.. Beat fort. 8 15pm
*. Port Royal. 8 25pm
" Charleston. ..
Charleston.. 5 16am
* Port Royal. .. 7 3-) a ra
" Beaufort. 7 45am
" Yemassee. 8 40 a m
" Fairfax. . 9 49 a m
? Allendale. 9 PS am
Ar Augusta. ll 65 a m
Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S.A. L., and C. and G.
Railway, and at Spartanburg with
For information relative to tickets
rates, schedules, etc., address
W.J.CBAIO, Gen. Pass. Agt
T. M. EMERSON,
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned will make applicaticn
unto the Probate Judge, in and for
the County of Edgefleld, State of
South Carolina, on the 21st day of Jan
uary, 1901, for a final discharge as
Administrator of the Estate of Annie
M. Timmerman, deceased.
A. D. TIMMERMAN,
Richmond, Va. Charleston, S. C. Atlanta, Ga
". of FERTILIZERS in
Importer? of- KAIMT,
SULPHATE OF POTASH,
MURIATE OF POTASH, NITRATE OF SODA.
Write ns for prices-it will pey vou.
flood People of thu Town and County
MACHINES $5, $10,
$15. au $20 EACH.
Where lia e you been buy
ing your Sf wing Machines,
all these ears-your Or
gans, your Pianos,
Your Mu ol Instruments
OF VLL KINDS,
Yow 3a y Carriages, Go
Carts ind Bicycles?
Orsrons fer Parler,
Church ?cd Schools
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 ho- \ small beginnings, until to-day
we occupy the largest an?, best stocked warerooms in the
whole South, and on our j *rt, 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 iate 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 fted*, Tables and
Chairs of all kinds. '
Rack:?, Cocoa, Cotton
Jute, China and Japa
nese Mattings, Shades,
Stair and Hall Carpets, CMM COOM ta
and in Rugs and Art <>.*. WOJOM
Golde i Oak,
We go north and abroad to challenge for variety of
designs, assortment of makes and lowness of price. When
} 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 Patterns.
Southern Agents for Hall's Burglar atid Fir*
Proof Sa es.
O.T. G RICK.
HENRY C. WATSON.
GRICE & WATSON,
(Grice's Old Stand.)
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??rrte?. Reasonable charges.
GEO. T. SHARPTON,
Front Roora in Chronicle B'ld'g.
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