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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 190J
Fire Protection That Protects
Edgefield, S C June 2nd, 1902.
Messrs Griffin & Minis,
Edgefield, S. C.
We beg to acknowledge through
you, check for the full amount of
damagis claimed by us occasion
ed by the explosion of a lamp in
the Edgefield hotel.
It gives us pleasure to commend
your agency to those wishing pro
tection from fire, as only three
days elapsed from the time the
loss was reported to you till we re
ceived a check as above stated.
L. B. & N. M. JONES.
The examinations for the award ol
vacant scholarship-in Winthrop col
lege and for the admission of new stu
dents will be neld at the court bouse
on Friday, July 11th, at 9 o'clock a m.
Applicants must not be less than 15
ye irs of age. When scholarships are
vacated after july 11th, they will be
awarded lo t hose making the highest
average at this examination. The next
session will open September 17, 1902.
For fnrther information and a cat
alogue address the President at Rock
Hill- D. B. JOHNSON.
Notice is hereby given that the
County Executive committee will
meeton Monday, June 15th. JBuisi
nessof indortance. All members
requested to be present.
The regular June Examination
for applicants for Teacher's certif
icates will be beldon Friday, June
13th by order of the State Boord
of Education' The exami nation for
white and colored teachers will be
held on the same day.
A. R. NICHOLSON,
Supt. Education E. C.
Mr. Milford, the Bee Hive Pho
tographer, has decided to stay here
for the commencement. He is
still making those lovely gem oval
photographs 6 for 25 cents. Have
you a picture of your best girl or
fellow ? If not, why not ?
The Nev; York Racket store is
doing busiucss at the same old
Btand. We will place ou special
sale counters next Monday beauti
ful and stylish goods at ?ucb low
figures that will make the shop
pers faces beam with smiles. Our
store can always be found in the
lead and not bringing up the rear
of the procession of low prices.
Come to see us on Mond-iy next.
J. W. PAEK.
FOR JlENJ^The home of the
late Dr. J. W. HillT?nTIai? street
two blocks from the public square.
For price, terms, etc., apply to
J. H.. CANTELOU.
We are goiug out of the
Sewing Machine business aud will
close out five Standard sewing ma
chines at invoice cost for cash.
When we say cost we mean it. If
you Oded a machine you cannot
afford to miss this opportunity.
RAMSEY & JONES.
We are headquarters for paints,
oils, putty, glass, etc., and priceB
are right. W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Our mower-the McCormick-is
np to now. When the purchaser
investigates and compares with it
other makes, the McCormick ie
generally purchased. Investigate,
contare, n all we ask. We know
that you will use no other."
E. J. NORRIS.
We carry a full line of tooth
brushes, hair brushes, nail brush
es, dressing combs, fine combs, etc.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
Trr Lynch's Oue Night Liver
Regulator. Every box guaranteed.
W. E. LYNCH & Co.
A car load of Rock Hill end Car
olina high grade buggies that are
right up-to-'Jate, which we are sell
ing at a low price. Also a dozeu
other kinds for cash or on easy
terms. RAM EY & JONES.
EYE GLASSES accurately fitt
ed and guaranteed, for all defect?
of eyes. GEO. F. MIMS, Optician.
Can you use a nice 100-piece
chiui dinner set? We will sell
you one for less than you can buy
it elsewhere. A beautiful line ol
glass ware just received also.
RAMSEY & JONES.
Hot weather is now here. How
about a refrigerator ? You can'l
keep cool without one. Can we
not sell you one ?
RAMS & Y & JONES.
Quite a novel line of swinging
lamps just received. Your house
will be brighter if you will ban^
one of these lamps in it.
RAMSEY & JONES.
The season is now on for matting
and laniolum. We have them ii
many beautiful patterns.
Oak bed room and walnut mar
bl? top suites. Wardrobes witt
French glans doors to match. Irot
beds and springs to fit. Chairs anc
tables to fix your rooms up-to-dati
if you want them.
RAMSEY & JONES.
We have the only First-Ciasi
Barber Shop in Edgefield. Skillec
and courteous barbers always oi
baud lo serve you. Fresh towel
(pr every ?pstomer. Razors, spis
sors and clippers id first-class con
djtiop. Opme to us for your shav
tug, shampooing and hair cutting
PARLOR BARBER SHOP,
Next door to posp-of?ce.
if LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?
Mr. W. F. Dobey, of Aiken,
spent Sunday in Edgefield.
The usual first Monday crowd!
was conspicuous for its absence
Mr. James Jones, of Ridge
Spring,is visting Mr. B. J. Crooker.
Miss Ja.lie Turner, of Augusta
is visting the family of Mr, D. T.
Bro. Towill, the editor of thej
(Advocate, came up with the Bates-|
burg ball team.
Miss Ida Norris, of Johnston, u
jspendig this week witli Mrs. L:eut-|
Oar candidates' column gro
?every week, but we can make roo
?for a few more.
Miss Eva G over, of Batesburg.l
is spending this week at the nomel
of Mi. J. H. Allen.
Capt. M. B. Lipscomb, of Ninety!
Six, is on a visit to his sister, Mrs.|
@L. R. Gwaltney.
The Cotillion club will give thej
wellest of all swell dances in tbef
opera house on Thursday evening.
Dr. and Mrs. \V. E. Prescott
came in Suuday morning to hear]
the baccalaureate sermon by Dr.
Miss Isabel Coonor, f f Batesburej
land Miss Lou E'la Norris, of John!
Jston, are visiting at the home of]
Jtbeir uncle, Mr. E. J. Norris.
Misses Leila and Eula OwdomJ
?of Johnston, and Miss Annie Tim
mermau, ot Pleasant Lme,are vis-|
iting Miss Bessie Ouzts.
Miss Lucile -Mobley, Johnston!
is with her sister, itlrs.O. Sheppard,!
Jr., for this week, attendiug tbef
Judge and Mrs. H. \V. Dobey
were in towu Monday. Judge
Dobey gave his many friends the
Misses Ethel and Zena Payne
Jof Johnston, spent Sunday wi'h
JM?68 Effie Allen and attended the|
Mr. George Wat?is, of the Johu
'ston Monitor, attended the
ball game Monday, and paid the
ADVEKTISER a call while in town.
Missess, Sallie, josie. Pawnee
and Jessie Mobley, of Johnston,
spent Sunday with Mrs 0. Shepp
ard and att?nded the commence
Ola Thurmond and Leola Gard
ner, I wo very attractive aud accom-8
pl ?6hed young ladies of the Hardy sa
section,are visiting at the home of
Hon. J. Wm.Thurmond.
MisB May Walker, of Pleasant
Laue, and Misses Eliza and Rola
rimmerman,of the Mountain creek
sectioD, are visiting Miss May
<Mr. W.'F. Doby jg building '
planing and sash and blind fae-?
tory near the freight depot. This!
will he fitted out with improved!
machiuoy.-Aiken Cor. Augustaj
The Columbia Record says: uIn
some ways Sam Lonee is a good
deal like Ben Tillman". Which is
the aggrieved, Rev. Sam or Boss
Misses Lee Morrall and Mamie!
Carwile returned on Sunday after-]
oon from Atlanta where they re
received many charming social at
eutions from the four hundred of I
Georgia's capital city.
Mr Ben Mays, who has been for
two years filling a very responsible
position in the census department
n Washington, arrived iu Edge
field last Thursday to speud some
me at home.
Miss Mary Ann Fuller's many
friends were glad to receive and
greet ber as one of the attendants
pon the commencement. Miss
Fuller was a member of the class
Miss Elberta BI an who bas
been a matriculate of St. Mary's
school, Raleigh, N. C., arrived in
Edgefield Friday and is with her
grandparents, Dr. aud Mrs H. Par
Rev. J. P. Mealing spent Satur
day and Suuday in oui town. He
participated iu the Suuday morli
ng services in the opera house.
Rev. Mr Mealing is gratly beloved)
by the people of Edgefield.
The Batesburg base ball team
come up and played the Edgefield
team cn Monday afternoon. Those
ho witnessed the game say that it
was well played on both sides. Thc
score stood 7 to 6 in favor of
Thi? little giants, of Johustoo!
came up on Saturday afternoon!
last aud crossed bats on the Edge
field diamond with the little giants]
of Edgefield. The score stood 13]
to 12 in favor of the home team.
You had better atteud to that]
fowl house that has been neglect
ed for a year or the board of health!
will "git" you when they inspect!
lon Friday uoxt. A stitch in tl mel
will save a fiue.
Misses Hettie and Kate Shep
jpard will entertain the Logomachy
?club at their home Tuesday even
lng, the 10th. Our ycuug peopb?
greatly oupy this gama and the
?social intercourse incident thereto,
both of which is elevating and edi
Tho Advertiser acku3v;ledges the
receipt of a very beautiful invita
tion to attend the Clemson college
commencement, Jnne 6-8, which
was sent ps by \Vallape T. Prescott,
whom all Edgofield honors and
loves. Wallace has completed his
course apd. is now a full fledged
gradpateof the textile department.
Wp predict a vf ry successful career
for this, unusally promisingyoungj
fWE NATIONAL BANK OF AUGUSTA
ig^J3AYNB, Pres':. F. O. FORD, Cushier.
X Ct?its?l, $250,000.
SoriMu? Hnd I ? 1 1 ft OOO
Undivided, l'rofll? ( ?AlV)VVV"
Facilities of our magnificent New Vault
contalnl/iiE 410 ^nfety.Lock Boxes. Differ
ent Sblzos are offered to our patrons and
' ublic at 93.00 to 910.00 per annum.
EDGEFIELD, S. C..
f. Pays Interest
|L. C. Hayne,
Chas, C. Howard,
ESDAY. J [J NE 4. 1902.
i lu candidates' column will
Bb?Jonn this week tho announce
gment ui Mr. R. A.Cochrau for the(
jfofrice of Supervisor. Mr. Cochran?
lis a good man and familiar with
jthe duties of this important office.
jThe people of this county know
We presei t the name of a good
Jinan for re-election to the office of|
^Supervisor of Registration, that of
?Mr. John Herin from the East-side
|or tb" Longbranch soction of thel
?|eounty- Mr, Herin has served the|
'peoplefaithfuily for one termandp
asks their support for mother.
The Hon. J. Wm. Thurmund
formally auuouuces this week his
'candidacy for Congress from the
(2nd district. Mr. Thurmond is the
only candidate from Edgefield and
he naturally expects the support
of tho people of this county and he
will not be disappointed for the
raajority.of the ballots cast in the
primary will be for the Hon. J. ty.
Some people have looked
with disfavor upon the rapid
strides women have made
throughout the North and
West This new order, oi
things now exists in South]
?Carolina. A woman is Assis
tant State Superintendent of
Education; a woman has
been chosen as president of a
female college in this state;
a female college of the state,
is to have a resident woman
physician. In consequence of
the recentinnovation of the
Methodist church, creating
the office of deaconess, some
of our churches will have wo
men as deacons.
Stand Like Stone Wall
Between your children and thf
?tortures of itching and buming ec
zema, scaldhead or other skin dis
I) 6e8-How ? why, by using Buck
.en's Arnica Salve,earth's greatest
healer. Quickest cure for fever
?oroF,u)cere,8?lt rheum, cuts,burns
or bruises. Infallible for piles, 25e
at G. L. Peun?fc Son's drug store.
A sign of good times or a good
sign of the times is the fact that
improved agricultural implements
are being more generally used byR
i he farmers than in former years/J
As we look from our office window
we see on every side of thc pquart
these improved implements dis
played, such as mowers, binders,
^raiu drills, corn planters, plows,]
cultivators aud barrows of all
Kinds. These implements would
not be her-? if the demand for ?ham
d d not exist and the demand is
greatly increasing. Beue"' '- J
rived in several ways fri
use. They save labor-i
hotse power-which is
gaiu in the press of the ci
ion. One mair-With, a bini
do the work of a dozen mer
more satisfactorily, too. Th
work of planting and cultivating,
hoi only harvesting, is thoroughly
done.-A machine, even so simple
amachine as.a corn planter or gu
ano distributor, does not slight its
work. It is adjusted or set to do a
certain thing in a certain way. Tell
the average hand how you want itj
done and often you find that he)
has done the opposite of what you
directed. Not so with machinery,
it either works properly or refuses]
to work. Then, too, to got the best
results from improved implemente
one is forced to improve his lands
by removing the rocks and stumps!
ahd filling the gullioB, pulveiizingj
the soil, etc. Every farmer who
runs two plows or more should
gradually add to his store of im
proved farming implements and
machinery. They will help him
to solve the lab ?r problem and
force him to improve his lands.
With the labor problem soloed
and the impoverished lauds im
proved tho Louth will become the
garden spot of the universe, and
Edgefield county the Ed'-u of tho
The greatest ambition of Amer
ican men anu women is to have
homes blessed with children. The
woman aili jeted with female dis
ease is constantly menaced with
becoming a childless wife. No
medicine can restore dead or
gans, but Wine of Cardui docs
regulate derangements that pre
vent conception; does prevent
miscarriage ; docs restore weak jj|
functions and shattered nerves li
and docs hiing babies to homes J
barren and desolate for years. K
Wine of Cardui gives women the j
health and strength to hear heal- j
thy children. You can get a I
dollar bottle of Wine of Cardui i
from }-our dealer.
148 Margret btroet,
Memphis, Tenn., April 14,1901.
In February, 1901,1 took ono bottle of
Wino cf Crrdui and one packaeo of
Thediord's Hiack-Draught. I had, been
married fifteen years and had never
given birth to a child until I took Wine
of Cardui. Kow I am mother of afine
baby pirl which waa born March 31,1901.
The baby woighs fourteen pounds and I
feel as well as any person could feel.
Now my home is happy and I never wiU
bo without Wine of Cardui in roy house
again. Mrs. J. W. C. SMTTH.
For advice (ind literature, address, irlvlwr
symptoms, "Thc Ladles1 Advisory iiepart
nietit ", The Chattanooga Medicine Cornpatur,
Chattanooga, Temi. "*7'
Lightning, Fire and Storm Proof.
$5.00 CASH IN ADVANCE,
I hereby nunoutice myself
^candidate for Congress from thef
jsecond congressional distict, sut
Jject to the reRuit of the primaryE
election and hereby pledge myself|
to abide by and support the nom
inees at said election, and to sup-l
! p.ort the platform and principles of|
the democratic party.
G. W. CROFT.
To the Democrats of Edgefield Coiin'y ;
I am a candidate for Congress froml
che 2nd district and will abide the re-l
snit of the primary. While I am op
posed to imperialism, 1 am in favor of
treaties allowing us to shove our goods!
on liberal terms in every market of the!
world. I favor practical, tangible re-J
suits. Trusts should be throttled, but|
corporations doing a legitimate busi
ness should be encouraged and pro
tected, Rural Deliveay toutes,in suf
ficient number to supply mail to every|
family every day, should be establish
ed. I favor turning loose all the mon
ey down here that can possibly be
secured. The rights and convenience*
of the people should receive para
mount attention. What I am today is
due largely to your support and help,
for which I feel grateful to yoi:, and I
refer you to the record which will
show for itself whether 1 have been
true to you and whether I have pro
tected and promoted your interest.
I will thank you for your support]
in the ensuing Democratic primary.
J. WM. THURMOND.
To the Demociatic voters of Edge-|<
field county :
I hereby announce myself as al
candidate, in the ensuing primary.]
'or congress from the second dis
rict and solicit your support. ]
?nterlain the expectation of ad
dressing you upon the issues ol
.ha day whenever proper oocasionr
present themselves, and in the
"neautime hope that my ?charactei
md general fitness may receivi
t'our attention. I shall be eubject|
itali .imes to ihe regulations pre
scribed for the primary, and sub
scribe to such pledge as tba wis-l
lom of thc S'a te democratic part}[
nay formulate. Respectfully, ?
G. DUNCAN BELLINGER.
I respectfully annou: ce my sell
is a candidat' for the office of Au
iitor of Edgefield County. I wil
ibide the results of the priman
dection aud6upport the noiniueet
if the partv.
H. W. DoBEY.
. I respectfully announce mysell
is a candidate for re-election ti
he office of County Auditor; am
lo hereby pledge myself to abid?
he results of the primary electioL
md to support the nominees ot
he democrslic party.
ll LUC uciiiuu. -
>ort the nominees of the same, i s?j.
ts 1 have said before,l hope my friend*
viii remember.me in this election, li
mt I wi l love them just the same.
J. TRAPP MCMANUS.
House of Representatives
lama endidate for th? House of
Representatives. 1 will abide the re
mits of the primary elections and sup
port the nominees of the Democratic
P. B. MAYSON
I respectfully announce myself
is a candidate for re-election tu
the House of Representatives, and
pledge myself lo abide the result
and support tho nominees of tht
THOS. H. RAINSFORD.
I respectfully anuounce my se!
a candidate for re-election to the
office of Judge of P. obate of Edge
field county and pledge myself to
abide the result of the democratic
primary election and support the
nominees of the party.
J. D. ALLEN
Superintendent of Educatto7i
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for Superintendent of Edu-|
cation for Edgefield county, subject to
the rules and regulations of the demo
WM. A. BYRD.
I hereby announce myself as a|
candidate for re-election to the of
fice of County Superintendent of
Education for Edgefield county
and agree too abide the result of
th S primary election and support
the nominees of the democratic
A. R. NICHOLSON.
I respectfully announce myselffi
las a candidate for the office of Su-i
jjpervieor. I ?viii abide by the re
sults o? the democratic primary!
and support the nominees of thc]
I am a candidate fir office oil
|Supervieor of Edgefield County,
subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primary of August 2(ith. 1
will be very thaukful lor any nod
all support gwen me, and, if elect
ed, will discharge the duties of the
office with an eye eingle to the
good of the county and Ihe people.
R.. A, COCHRAN,
Supervisor of Registration
I hareby announce to the voters
'of Edgefield county that I am a
[candidate for re-election to the ofr
fice of Supervisor of Registration
and will abide the result af the
primary and support the nominees
?of the same. Thanking you for
favors of thu past, I shall try to
merit your contiuued favor and
'confi(Jer,ue. JNO. O. H ERIN.
I R. H. M I M S,
jE3J<3-BFJBT_.TJ, S. C.
Strictly up-to-date. Have you a|
(photograph of each member of your
?family. Good work at low prices.
THE NEW DOMESTIC
Was awrrded the gold medal, the
?highett award given at the Pan-Amer
?can expostion ats the best family
recognized by experts as superior to
all other family sewing machines in
many important details.
I will furnish a brand new sewing
machine from $15.00 up and give guar
antees with them. Apply to
J. E. ROGERS,
TrPDtoD, S. C.
BIDG-EFTEIJJJ, S, cl
Teeth Extracted absolutely
DFFICE HOURS j g a. m. to 1 p. m.
I 2 p. m. to6 p. rn.
14 YRS. ACTIVE PRACTICE!
ALL persons holding claims
"against the estate of Dr. J. W.
lill, deceased, late of Edgefield
?ounty, are hereby notifie-l to pre
ent thc same duly attesten, aud
ill persons indebted to said estate
o make payment unto the under
lined. J. H. CANTELOU,
The Best Prescriptions for Malaria]
Jhills and Fever is a bottle of GROVE'S
TASTELESS CHILL TONIC. It is simply
ron and quinine in a tasteless form
re-no oav. Price 50c ?j1
CONFEDERATE STAMPS, NOTES
! pay good prices for Confederate stamps, or.
nvelopes preferred, currency, bonds, etc. LooV
ver yours and let me know what you have, 01
otter still, send samples. Hank reference Riv
n. I deal fairly and promptly. Munt up yoi
ld war time correspondence and write me. Dc
Cit delay. This means much to you. Address.
'. C. liarbuugh, Canxtown, Ohio.
i & now iuuu i ru ni mt: o tv JVJA1\~ R3
INGEN BUILDING, with a g
full and up-to-date stock of Fancy
and Confectionery, which will be
sold at the very lowest prices for
cash. Free lot for hitching in rear
of the store.
L A. OW DOM,
1st door East of Advertiser Building
?41111111 M 111 ii 111 II 111 f 11 e 11 ? 111 J i ii i inmiiiiiuiimii H
1 THE AUGUSTA
I SAVINGS BANK.
805 Broad Street.
? W. B. YOUNG, "-sident
= J. G. WEIGLE, - - - - Casi, .-t
5 SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED
= Interest Paid on Deposits
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FEEL BADLY? \
Do you suffer|
sia, want of appetite. Loss of Strength \
Lack of Energy, Etc ? Take a few di ses oft
Murray's Iron Mixture,
A Genuine Blood Tonic.
THE MURRAY DRUG CO.,
9 J PRINTING
i JOB PRINTING
i B PRINTING
Letter, Bill and Note Heads J
AND OTHERS I
Copy must be in this office byg
Saturday noon before publication!
day on Wednesday to ensure in-S
sertiou. The paper goes to prossj
ot 7 o'clock Wednesday morning!
and the forms are closod at noon
Tuesday. Bear this iu mind, dear]
contributors and advertisers.
Southern K. lt. Schedule.
Trains leave Edgelleld for Trenton
(Columbia, Augusta, Aiken, etc. No
?129, except Sunday, 5 $0 a. in ; No, 133
[dairy' 1:10 p.m. j
Trains arrive at Edenfield, No. 60,
Iexcept Sunday, 11:30 a. in; No. 134,
Connection at Trenton for Augusta,
iMacon, Atlanta, etc., also for Colum
'bia, Charlotte, Washington and thc
f THE FARMERS BANK I
? OF EDGEFIELD, S. C.
1 STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITOBY.
= THE LAR
S. STRONGEST BANK IN EDGEFIELD COUNTY S
I Paid uv Capital.$ 58,000.00 =
I Surplus and Undivided Profits.. 15,000.00 S
I Liability of Stockholders. 58,000.00 ?
I Protection to Depositors .$131,000.00 |
S We invite attention of those desiring a safe depository for their money to the above =
= fac>. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT. ?
~ I- Urder provision of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, guard.an S
E administrator and executor, and to accept ami cxecutC trusts generally. E
S A. E. PADGETT, President T. I?. RAINSFORD. Vice-Prcs. . S
? J. L. CAUGIIMAN, Cashier. \Y. H. IIARLING, Asst.*Cai.hier* S
J. WILLIE LEVY,
MOM ?f OMW?iR,
The greatest line of Clothing in Augusta. Full line of
BOYS AND CHILDRENS CLOTHING,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS.
IO THE LADIES : A great line of
Washable Shirt Waistsl ready to Wear Hats.
When in Augusta Call to see us and mention this paper.
844 Broad St, AUGUTA, GAI
I FAY GAFFNEY.
JAMES T Af?.\?
Represent the very best Fire Insurance Companies in the'country and ar?"
Lfrents for the NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., the oldest and largest
nternational Life Insurance company in the world. Insurance in force Jan
st, 1901, over $1,202,000,000.00. .This company; issues the on'y polioy th?
Offlice Over Bank of Edgefield.
Every ProsperousFarmer hss~av
ly. Now she tolls not, but she spins.
You see, I bought her a bicycle.""
i'.2 ??"'.? ri?<^K?nW4rl?w?j?O? S?
Binders,Beapers, Mowers, Bakes,
Dorn Shredders, Grinders, Binder Twine Repairss
WRITE ME a postal and I will give you full information. I Bell
also COTTON GrlJNT SYSTEM
Single Gins, Engines, Grain Drills, Harrows, Weeders, Etc.
E. J. NORRIS,
W. J. RUTHERFORD.
R. B. MORRIS.
W. J. RUTHERFORD & CO
AND DEADERS IN
Lime, Cement Plaster, Hair
Fire Brick, Fire Clay,
Ready Roofing and
^TVrit? TTs For Price.o,
Corner Reynolds and Washington Streets,
Biggies, Wagons. Pianos
A good Buggy-the easiest ruuning, best riding, with the longest
staying"qualities-see my Hue of Open and Ton Buggies, Carriages]
The best Wagon made, our Owensboro and Russell Wagons.
Anything iu the Hames? Hue, Buggy Robes, Whips, Saddlery,?tl.
we can furnish it to you at prices as cheap as the cheapest.
The finest toued and best made Piano on the market we can show
it to you, or the best Organ by the least money. Call and let us ihow
them to you.
The fiueBt selection of Sheet Music over seen in this section/soa*
aud look through our line of classical and operatic vocal and itillt*
And last, if the sad necessity e^ er comes to you or yours watt?
you shall need anything in the Undertaker's line, our Hearse and ea
tire lino of Undertakers' Goods aro at jour services.
You are cordially invited to visit my store and let us show |y?a
anything you wish ho see or hear.
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JO HNSTON, S ?