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WEDNESDAY *?$? 5.
I lOCAI AND PERSONAL j
Too much rain is now the universal
Mr. "Walter Wise of Trenton was ii?
Ldge?eid on Sunday.
Dr.-Price Timraerman was in town
Mrs. Griffls is visiting her sister-in
law Mrs. Trapp McM?uus.
Mr. Bill Arthur and family have
removed to Chester.
Miss Marnia Gwaltney is at home
again for the vacation.
MM. W. P. Dobey and little Linie
Dobey are visiting Edgefield.
Charlton Lynch is at hone again
from DaviJson College.
Miss Hartley of Batesburg is visit
ing her aunt Mrs. J. A. Timmerman.
The Hon. Tbos. H. Rainsford was in
town on Monday.
Mrs. Sanders of Barnwell connty is
visiting Mrs. E.G. Haitiwan?er.
Misses Hortense and Bessie Pad
gett ?re visiting their brother Mr. A.
For Sale: A fine milch cow. Ap
ply to TRAPP MCMAN?S,
Edgefield, S. C.
Get in peas and cora after oats, we
are going to have a flue summer for
Brjan calls in the people to repudi
ate the recent verdict of the Supreme
And Tillman says he will not with
draw "his resignation until McLaurii
Cheatbam's fresh Spring Honey now
for Sale at J. A. Timmerman's Store
at 8>?cts per lb.
Kansas is so prosperous that she
wi.l need 20,000 outside hands to har
vest her wbeat crop.
ClerK of Court Cogburn has receiv
ed the pension money and it is now
ready for distribution. Roll in !
Strangers are not any longer notice
able on our streets. We have become
accustomed to tbem.
Mrs. Lizzie Bettis of Trenton with
some cf her grand children has been
in town during the commencement.
Mr. Jake Hardy shipped 190 pounds
honey one day of last week, marked
Norfolk Va., and has more to ship.
Mrs. Van Dyke of R ime Ga., arrived
in Edgefield on last Friday to spend
sometime with her parents Dr. and
Mrs. L. & Gwaltney.
Mrs. Barker has return? d to Edge
eld after spending the winter months
arioiid?j-^be is waiting her,f*th<w-J
Capt. J. A. Sennett.
A young colored man. Paul Cobb,
was struck and killed by lightning in
the piazza of Mr. Frank Warren near
Edgefield on Monday evening.
The agreement of China to do eve
rything and to be everything required
by the powers "and the derarture,
of Genl. Walder?ee for home is the be
ginning of peace in China and a go
ing up in the price of cotton we hope.
The resignment of Chief Scurry ne
cessitated the election of a new Mar
shal by our Town Council. There
were fifteen or more applicants. Mr.
Hugh Anderson was elected to this
place and Mr. Walter Samuel was cho
sen for night watchman, both being
good selections we think.
Mcsweeney bas declined to accept
the resignations of Tillman and Mc
Laurin unless they are mad") absolute
as to time whi n. In this be 'HZ as
near right as a man could. Now if he
could appoint new men in the person? j
of Genl. Edward McCrady of Charles
ton and Jno C. Sheppard of Edgefield
he would drive the nail home in a
good democratic fashion.
Mr. Poppenhein of Charleston died
at his home there a few days since.
He was a prominent and wealthy citi
zen of that city, and for a number of
years lived in Edgefield county, hav
ing rna. ned Miss Mary Bouknighr,
sister of Mr. Joseph Bouknight, Pres
ident of the Johnston Bank. He was
the father of Miss Louis? Poppenhein,
well known in Edgefield.
Some nf the Visitors to Com
Mrs. C. C. Fuller. Mrs. W. J. Hackett,
Miss Eloise Jones, Miss Jennie Gil
christ, Miss Lucinda Gilchrist, Mrs.
James Carter, Miss Sadie Warren. Miss
Carrie Elkins, Miss Corrie Elkins,
Miss Ida Watson, Miss Roper, Migs
Mamie Jobnes, Mis3 Alice Jones, Miss
Effie Ethel edge. Miss Annie Whit
tle, Miss Emma Horn, Miss Daisy
Roberts. Miss Carrie Sci.ff, Miss Su
sie Toole, Miss Grace Bailey, Dr. T.
M. Bailey, Mrs. T. M. Bailey, Mrs. W.
Bailey, Prof. W. S. Peterson, Mrs.
W. S. Peterson, Mr. Charlie Black,
Mr. McCracken, Mr. Whitlock,
Misa Mattie Scott, Rev. J. E.
Crim, Mr. W. A. Johnson, Miss
Winthrop College Scholarship
and Entrance Examinations.
The examinations for the award
of vacant scholarships in Win
throp College and for the admis
sion of new students will beheld!
at the County Court House on
Friday, July 12th, at 9 a. m. Ap
plicants must not be lees than fif
teen years of age. When scholar
ships are vacated after July 12th,
they will bo awarded to those mak
ing the bighpst average at this
examination. The cost of attend
ance, includiug board, furnished
room, heat, light and washing, is
$9.00 per month. For further in
formation and a catalogue address
Pres. D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill,
Mrs. Mary Cantelou.
Departid t?iis lifo on Saturday
morning JUDO 1st.- Mrs. Mary C.m
t'dou, wife of Rh i nsf ord Cautelou
deceased. Mrs. Cantelou was
the dcvo ?ed and beloved
mother of four children, Mrs. Ma
ry Brimson, deceased, Mr. James
Cantelou, J. H. Cantelou, Esq.,
and Bet*is Cantelou, She was in
terred from our village Baptist
church Sunday afternoon. Dr.
Gwaltney preached the sermon
over her remains, and quite a large
number of friends, acquaintances,
and loved ones were present to
pay tbis parting tribute to her
memory. It is said that the affec
tion of some people foi their lov
ed one3 is so tender and so deep
that they can not even speak of
them without weeping. This was
the love with which Mrs. Caute
lou ius.iired her children, and they
loved her as she loved them with
a love beyond the mere expres
sions of trie human tongue. Their
v? ry souls were linked to her in
the b>nda of the most devoted at
tachment. She was to them the
very personification of the most
beautiful and gracious of all vir
But such is the transient fleet
ing nature of our earthly sojourn
that even these are taken from us
before we are at all prepared.
But there is a consolation, and
the only ono in times like this,
"Heaven above where all is love
There'll be no parting there."
Mrs. Cantelou had been a mem
ber of the Baptist church of Edge
field for years, and exemplified
every day the humble spirit of a
Christian. She has entered the
mansion prepared^ for her which
human eyes may never behold, for
"eye hath not seeu nor ear heard, I
neither bath ft entered into the
heart of man, the things which
God hath prepared for them that
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office .at Edgefield C. H., June 1st,
Mr Joseph Boukrighl,
Mrs Minir S E Talbert.'
Mrs George Aun Williams.
When asking for letters on this list
W. H. BRUNSOX, P. M.
WANTED-Mau and wife want
to secure a boarding place a good
private family. Address "A. F.
P.", Edgefield, S. C.
HAS HUMAN BRUTE.
Violently Down on the Floor
Man Plays N'irse While thc
Mother Works in Mill.
Anderson, May 30.-A most
a lyiek i n g cas^-^?^hnmaB.nhrn?ftIity
has come to light in the Anderson
cotton mill village, this city. R.
Brown Burriss is a young white
man. Two years ago he married
a pretty young woman and they
have a fine nealthy boy, 7 months
of age. Mrs. Burriss supports
the family by her work in the cot
ton mill. Burris says he is not in
good health, and stays at home
and is the nurse. The child
seemed to irritate the unnatural
father. Frequently he pinched
the helpless infant to stop its
crying and more than once thrust
it roughly in the kitchen safe
where the baby sobbed until ex
hausted by its crying. Tho poor
mother's heart was torn by this
brutal treatment of her child, but
she was powerless to prevent the
cruelty ot rhi busband. Last
week the climax came. The taby
cried longer and louder than usual
one evening and finally the infu
riated father clutched the child
brutally by the arm, and threw
the crying boy upon the floor.
The poor mother lifted the baby
from the floor ?ind discovered that
the left arm was broken between
the shoulder and elbow. Whpn
the father saw what he had d ine,
fright took possereion of him and
he professed deep remorse. The
affair was reported to the police
and Chief Dillingham arrested
Burriss upon a charge of disorder
ly conduct, but was released ou
bond. The mayor is uudncided
as to what disposition to make
of the case. He wili either try
the case iu the mayor's court or
turn Burriss over to the sheriff.
The affair has created a great deal
of talk and the opinion seems to
prevnil that Burriss ought to be
bandied on a charge of assault
The case was to be heard yester
day, but Burriss sent a doctor's
certificate that he was not able to
be present. He may receive a
coat of tar and feathers yet.
Teachers aud Trustees are here
by notified that t?? county Bum
mer school will be held this year
at Edgefield, C. H., from July 22d
to August 17tb. The State Super
intendant ofv Education urges me
to request the trustees to appro
priate $10.00 or $15.00 to the
teachers who attend. Trustees
are advised to employ teachers as
early as possible for next seesious
work. The course of study at the
summer school will bear directly
upon the future work to be done
in the schools. All teachers and
trustees expecting to attend will
Dlease communicate with mo at
one?. Board can be had at rea
sonable rates. For lurther 'nfor
mation please write me.
A. R. NICHOLSON,
Co. Sup. of Education.
June 4 3t
S he has ? hard enough lime, livery-jj
<*; thing that th?; expectant fficthur
?f r^n ii > lo ?v-1-? her child sue should
do. Une >... th J ? t blessings jj
?j she can ?ive him is health, but to jj
J do this, she must have health her- jj
fi self. She should use every means ij
?j to improve her physical condition, ja
J She should, by ail means( supply jjj
Jj herself with
gp?n It will take her
> through the crisis i j
'?a gsi i 7 c a s i 1 y a H tl PJ
f//^~*^<f igfe\ liniment which ?
. Yf 'J> a " A gives strength [J
and vigor to the j*
muscles. Com- ia
mon sense will ?
show you J|?
garrv -/that tho ?
strenger the j
"-^J muscles are, &
-n which bear :he 8
?5) J strain, the less j*
*' pain there will be. %
A woman living in Fort Wayne, i*
Ind., says: " Mother's Friend did S
wonders for me. Praise God for ft
your liniment." ?*
Read this from Hunel, Cal. K
" Mother's Friend is a blessing to g
all women who undergo nature's 2
drug store. $1 per bottle.
ordeal of childbirth." ^
Get Mother's Friend at the $
8 THE BRADr JELD REGULATOR CO., S
fi Atienta, Ga. %
4> Write for our fre'llltist-nted book, "Dsfore
Uaby is Corn." S
A PROFIT SHAPING
Is what you become when you deprsit your
savings with our Savings Department. Four
per cent interest paid on Savings. Interest
compounded twice a year. Kow is the tii?e
to begin and the easiest way i* to send us $i.oo
or larger sums; you will festive a receipt
book by return mail. (This is tJW true way to
Sar?pDep'l EpilaWe Trnst G?,
IOS. B. CUMMING, President.
CHAS. G. GOODRICH, vice-President.
ALBERT S, HATCH, Sec'ry & Treas.
WM. H. BARETT, Attorney.
JOHN W. DICKEY,
ROBERT W. SHAND,
GEO. E. GOODRICH.
Is tho mouth fe
Serge Coats, Se
We are coir
goods Come et
ligee shirts, gav
many others ar
THE HOME GOLD CUBE.
An Ingenious Troatment by
which Drunkards are JJeing
Cured Dally in Spite of
It is now generally known and un
derstood that Drunkenness is a dis
ease and not weakness. A body lilied
w:th poison, and nerves completely
shattered by periodical or constant use
of intoxicating liquors, requires an
antidote capable of neutralizing and
eradicating this poison, and destroy
ing the craving for intoxicants. Suf
ferers may now tare themselves at
home with >ut publicity or loss of tim?
from business by this wonderful
''HOME GOLD CORK" which has boen
perfected after many yeais of clore
study and treatment of inebriates. The
faithful use according to directions ot'
this wonder Cu I discovery is positively
guaranteed to cure the most obstinate
case, no matter how barda drinker.
Our record ; show tlie marvelous trans
formation of thousands of Drunkards
into sober, industrious and upright
WIVKS CORK YOUR HUSBANDS!!
CHILDREN CURB YOUR FATHERS ! ! This
remedy is in no sense a nostrum but is
a specific f jr this disease only, and is
so skillfully devised and prepared tbat
it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant
to the taste, eo that it can be given in
a cup of tea or coffee without the
knowledge of the person taking it
Thousands of Drunkards have cured
themselves with this priceless remedy,
and as many more have been cured
and made temperate men by having
the "CURE," administered by loving
friends and relatives without their
knowledge in coffee or tea, and believe
today that they discontinued di inking
of their own free will. Do NOT WAIT.
Do not be. deluded by apparent and
misleading "improvement." Drive out
the disease at once and for all time.
The "HOME G?LL? CURE" is sold at the
extremely low price of One Dollar,
thus placing within reach of every
body a treatment more.effectual than
others costing $25 ;o $50. Full direc
tions acconinany each package. Spe
cial advice by skilled physicians when,
requested without extra charge. Sent
^repaid to any part of the world on
receipt of One Dollar. Address Dept.
C 441 EDWIN B. GILES & COMTAEY
2330 and 23? Market Street, Philadel
All correspondence strictly confi
A Superb Grip Cur?.
Johnson's Tonic is a superb Gi ip
ci re. Drives out: every trace of Grip
Poison from the system. Do<;s it quick.
Within an hour i ten tors th . blood and
begins ti e neutralize the effects of the
poison. Within a day it places the
Grip viel im beyond the point of dau
ger. Within a week ruddy cheeks at
test th; return of perfect heal; h. Price
50;;, if it cures. Ask for Johnson's
Chill and Fever Tonic. Take nothing
else. If not for sale by your druggist,
send 50c tc A. B. Girardeau, Savannah,
WANTED-I understand there
is not a vacant house in Edgefield.
If this is correct, I want board for
myself and wife, or to runt two or
three rooms, furnished or unfur
nished. Apply to A. F. P., city.
"Something New Under Thc
AU Dortofa have tried to cure
CATARRH by the use of powder?, acid
gases, inhalers and drugs ttl paete
form. Their powders dry npthemu
cuous membranes causing them to
crack open and- bleed. The powerful
acids used in the inhalers have entire
ly eaten away the same membranes
that their makers have aimed to cure,
while pastes and ointments cannot
reach the disease. An old and expe
rienced practit ioner who has for many
years made a cld.se study and special
ty of the treatment of CATARRH, has at
last perfected a Treatment which
when faithfully used, not only relieves
at once, but permanently cures CA
TARRH, by removing the cause, stop
ping the discharges, and curing all in
ilammation. It is the only remedy
known to science that actually reaches
the afflicted parts. This wonderful
remedy is known as -'SNUFFLES the
(GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE' and is
sold at the extremely low price of One
Dollar, each package containing . in
ternal and external medicine sufficient
for a full month's treatment and every
thing necessary to its perfect 113e.
"SNUFFLES" is the only perfect CA
TARRH ever made and is now recogniz
ed as the only safe and positive cure
for that annoying and disgusting dis
ease. It cures all inflammation quick
ly and permanently and is also won
derfully quick lo relieve AAV FEVER
or COLD in the HEAD.
CATARRH when neglected often leads
to CONSUMPTION-"S N u F F LE s" will
save you if you use it at once. It is no
ordinary remedy, but a complete treat
ment which is positively guaranteed
to cure CATARRH in any form or stage
if used according to the directions
which accompany each package. Don't
delay but send for it at once, and write
full particulars as to your conditiou,
and you will receive special advice
from the discoverer of this wonderful
remedy regarding your case without
cost to you beyond the regular price of
"SNUFFLES" the "GUARANTEED CA
Sent prepaid to any address in the
United States or Canada on receipt ol:
One Dolla/. Address Dept.C 441, ED
WIN B. GILES & COMPANY, 2330 and
2332 Market Street, Philadelphia.
ICE, LIME, AND BRICK
I am selliug these articles very
low dowu. Come to see me when
in need of either.
M. A. TAYLOR,
Edgefield Brick Ware House.
May 7, 1901.
REMEMBER that weare pre
pared to handle all kinds of Job
>r Alpacos, Sicilians, Flannels
?rge Suits, Etc.
ig a rushing business in these
irly before Nos. are broken,
thern Ties, Straw Hats, Neg
ize underwear, in fact
hh? g for Summer.
these goods and keep cool, as
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING
When yon take fi rove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formulais plainly
printed on every bottle, showing that
it is simply Iron und Quinine in a
tasteless lorin. Mo Cure, Xo Pay. 50c j
The Best Prescriptions for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of GROY*'S
TASTELESS CHILL TONIC. It is simply
iron and quinine in a tasteless fern).
No cure-no Dav. Price 50o
Thousands Havu Kidney Trouble
end Don't Know it.
How Tu ?rlcd Out.
Fill a bottle or c:?ninion glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
tling indicates an
a unhealthy condi
~ 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 ai e out of order.
What to Do.
Thire is comfort In the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the ?reat kidney remedy fulfills every
Wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of th? urinary passage. It corrects inability
to held water and scalding pain in passing
it, or bad effects following use of liquor,
winsor beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compfcllsd to go often
during the day, and to j:ot up many times
during the night. The mild ?nd the extra
ordinary effect of SwHtli>r>Root ls soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the mo!? distressing cases.
If you need a medicine yo? should have the
best. Sold by druggists 5nS0c.and$l. sizes.
. You may have a samDlo bottle o? this
and a book that tells?
more about it, both sentf
absolutely free by mail,
address Dr. Kilmer & Home of swamp-Root.
Co., Binghamton. N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer in tbisjpaper.
Have you seen
No. He's Looking for
YOU. Who, me ?
Yes, you ! What
does he want ? He
wants to clo Your
(S. C. C. I.)
* . * Edsefleld, S. C. *
Oldest and Lupt Co-EdnGational Collup ii lie Stale.
Over 300 students enrolled this session, reprcieutiug 10 Statee.
Young men uuder strict military discipline.
Faculty composed of lb College and University graduates-8 men.
Thorough Literary Course leading to the degrees cf B. E., B. S.
and A. B.
Superior advantages off?red in the Departments of Music, Artaud
Four magnificent, well equipped buildings.
Thousauds of dollars recently spent in improvements.
From $100 to $140 covers expenses in Literary Department for the
entire school year.
167 Boarders. No others can be accommodated this sessiou. 'll
applications have been rejected since Jau. 3rd.
If you contemplate attending our College next session, write for
catalogue and application blank to
P. N. K. BAILEY, PRESIDENT.f
EDGEFIEL2D, s. e.
Next sessiou begins Thursday, Sept. 27, 1901.
The hot days aro uubearablo with heavy garments on;
why torture yourself when you eau purchase suitable
CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS.
Our suits are made for comfort; light in weight but
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS 5c to $1 00 best made.
UNDERWEAR 25c. per garment and upward.
FOR LADIES: We have an elegant assortment of Shirt
Waist (prices now reduced)*
SHORT SKIRTS & ETC.
/. C. LEVY'S SOU & 00.,
838 Broad St., AUGUSTA, GA
EOE SPRING IB HAYE
A MONEY SAVING
DO Y0? WANT OR NEE D A NICE SUIT?
If you do, now is the time to buy it. All Colored
Suits for Men Boys and Children, are now offered
at a discount of 25 per cent.
- - -J mm
Negligee Shirts 50c. to $200. All Goodo Marked.
Strvw Hats, 50c. to $3.50 in plain figures.
Serge Coats; $3.50 to $6.00.
Alpaca Coats, 150 to $5 00.
J. B. "WHITE & COMPANY
Spot Cash Clothing Store,
^UG-TJST-A. - OA..
CHARLESTON & WESTERN
"Augusta and Ashville Short Line.
Schedule in oit'oct Jan. 17, 1900.
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1 L5 p .n
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4 00 p m
7 00p ni
G 35 a m
5 10 p m
JiV August-.. 9 10 a 11
Ar Greene yjC. Iii 17p in
Ar Anders m..,
Ar Lauren ?...
Ar Greei v He..
Ar Glenn ^P'g ?
Ar Spart mbui ?
Ar.?Saluda ... >
Ar iieudersDnville 5 51 pm
Ar Asuvlle .700 p rn
.IA A div US.... S20 a m
. JV Sparl ini jrg 11 45 a m
Greenville....IL 55a ni
Ar Laure ns_ 1 30 p ni
'JV A nd? -3 in.
Ar Greenwood .. 2 2S p m
At A ug ista- 6 05 p m
Ai Savannah.... 5 55 am
[A -Jilli 3un Falls 444 p in)
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iii ?'itt sburg-G 00 a rn]
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L Allendale. fi 58 p ni
Fairfax. 0 12 p m
" Yemassce. 7 25 p m
F.eai fort. 8 ir? p m
.. Fort Royal. 8 25pm
Charleston. 5 Hi a m
M Fort Royal. 7 80 a m
** l?eaufort. 7 45 a ni
" Yemassee. B40am
" Fairfax.. . 9 40 a m
** Allendale. 9 RS am
Ar i.U2"ista. ... ll 55 a in
CIOM. connections at Greenwood for
all points on S. A. h., and C. and G.
Ballway, and at Spartanburg with
For information relative to tickets
rates, schedules, etc., address
W. J. CKAIG, Gen. Fass. Agt
T. M. EMERSON,
3 55 p m
We are prepared to do
jany and all kinds of
, Bill Heads,
Direct from Distiller to Consumer
? Full Quarts Pure Rye Whiskey,'
TO NINE j
Our Sample Package :
L Qt YV. H. Mc BRAYER, Guaranteed Strictly Pure Handmade Sour
L Qt Gibson XXXX RYE, Palatable in the Highest Degree.
t Qt GUCKENHEIMER, justly celebrated for its mediciual value.
I Qt OLD CROW WHISKEY, the old Reliable Favorite.
We ship this assortment, or assorted any way you like thira,
in a plain package for $2.65, express prepaid. Send in your order.
Reference: Third National Bank.
Give us a trial on our Pure Mountain Corn at $1.50 and $2.00 a
gallon and good Rye at toe same price. Write for our new illustrated
satalogue just out.
GLENDALE SPRINGS DISTIL'G CO.,
31 W Mitchell Street, ATLANTA, GA
Hai) Vou Wiora to Do UlitQout It? ?ll
BURNETT ? GRIFFIN
Will place you in some of tho LARGEST and BEST
companies ou eartbJj
COUNTRY BUSINESS A SPECIALTY.
SEE OUR LIFE INSURANCE CONTRACT,
Wall Paneiv - Wall Paper - Wall Paper.
3 CENTS PER?ROLL AND UPWARDS. Write for Samples.
MATTINGS, SHADES and AWNINGS.
T. Gc. B?IIvIIS & CO.,
921 Broad Street, AUGUSTA, GA.
W. J. RUTHERFORD.
R. R. MORRIS.
W, J. RUTHERFORD & CO.
AND DEADERS IN
fi?, Cement Plastc?T?MU
Fire Brick, Fire Clay,
Ready Roofing and
"%J%7'irlte TTs For Prices.
Corner Reynolds and Washington Streets,
A'good Buggy-the easiest running, best riding, with the longest
staying qualities-see my line of Open and Ten Rugbies, Carriages,
The best Wagon made, our Owensboro and Russell Wagons.
Anything iu the Harness'liue, Buggy Robes, Whips, Saddlery, etc.,
we can furnish it to you at prices as cheap as the cheapest.
The finest toned and best made Piano on the market we eau show
il to you, or the best Orgr.nby the least money. Call and let us show
them to you.
The finest selection nf Sheet Music ever seen in this section, come
and look through our line of classical and operatic vocal and instru
And last, if the sad necessity! e^ er comes'to you or yours when
you shall need anything in the Undertaker's line, our Hearse and en
tire line of Undertakers' Goods are at jour services.
You are cordially invited to visit my store and let us show you
anything you wish to see or hear.
JOHNSTON, S. G\
HOUPFTpR??? ? NT3-r:r EVE RY DAY USE
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Kir- ' ' t p .'.'?. ... : iiuin*'. 11.-'? .;. iud imuio w?SISBj
Augusta Marble and Stone Works
Correr Wa5hin?ton>nd Ellis'Streets.AUGUSTA , GA
infills ii ali lis Mie ol lari or Cr*.
STONE .WORK NEATLY DONE.
Estimates for[airclasses[ ut w orkjn alarble'ancTS.crje solicited, and cheer
C. F. KOHLRUSS, Prop'r