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EDGEFIELD, S. C., WEDNESPA?, JANUARY 24, 1906.
F. H. BARRETT, J. P. DOUGH!
Crops and Consignm
Person al arf.en
744 Reynold Street.
.'. "Ih? Leading Insurance
CAPITAL and SURPLU
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Accidents, Sickness and
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your business will be he
Everything in fertiliz
Blood and Bone good
Seed Meal Mixtures,
These reliable fertiliz
trade for over a third of a
ing popularity attests theil
Using them is therefc
Factories Augusta, <
Sold exclusively at.Edg
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KOTES OF. ROYALTY.
King Carlos of Portugal i6 an artist
of considerable ability. '
King Haakon of Norway is gradually
becoming used to bis hew surroundings
and people. T
The present Pope is the first Pontiff
of the -Roman Catholic Church' to in
dulge in cigars.
Shooting for five hours at Schloss
M?schen recently the Kaiser's bag
amounted, to 1136 pheasants and hares.
The Czar of Russia, who is consider
ably below the average height of men,
is fully a bead shorter than the Czar
The Grand Duke Adolphus of Luxem
burg, -who died recently in his eighty
ninth year, was the oldest reigning
sovereign in Europe.
? Among the celebrations connected
Witlrthe "name day" of Francis Joseph
of Austria is the giving of money to
servants long in the service of one
' The Sultan of Turkey always ex
presses the greatest astonishment when
told that reforms have not been carried
out, and declares that lt ls the fault of
The German Emperor, the King of
Italy-, the youthful King of Spain, the
Queen of Holland, the King of Bavaria
and'the King of Saxony have never
taken che trouble to be crowned.
When the Prince and Princess of
Wales desired the other day to inspect
the Golden Temple, at Amritsir, in the
Punjab, the Sikhs declined to allow
them to enter the main gate, because
they were not Sikh s..
* King Haakon VIL of Norway, has a
royal eye. which is evidently very'keen
for the success- and succession of his
dynasty, as he seems to have lost no
opportunity of holding up bis son, the
infant Crown Prince Olaf, to the en
thusiastic, gaze of the Norwegians. -
King Alphonse XIII, of Spain is pre
paring for hi* forthcoming wedding! .
Claim Honors for Maine Men.
Now that Portland is to have a fine
statue of Tom Reed a Maine paper
thinks-that Lot M. Morrill and James
O': Blaine should be similarly honored
in Augusta and Nelson Dingley, in
Lewiston and Hannibal Ha??ln and
.?^fr!ei.A|vBput?lj? in Bangor. "
:Y, JR- W, K. KITCHEN", Special
Made OH Prospective
tion given/all details.
>rrf*spondence solicited. *
Company of America"
s OVER 10.000.000.00 *
any;rin^tht Uhited, States has
tp?tal and:. Surplus dom bined.
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FIN & CO.
nst loss by Fire, Death,
serve you at all times and
ers, plant foods and agri
s, Fish goods and Cotton
. . .' - .... * r.' ?
ers have been tried by the
century, and their increas
?re no experiment.
G?., Pon Pon, S. C,
efield by the
. further information, ?
Texas is building or planning sc
many new*.'railroads . that it is next
to impossible tb keep track of them
all. When they are all completed
Texas'wiri nerf fall far short of hav
ing 50 per cent more main trach
than Illinois, which was the state
of greatest "mileage until recently,
when the iron horse took a fresh spurl
over the boundless areas of the Lon?
Star State-St Louis Republic.
Charged With Murder of Sleeping
Madison, Tex., Special.-Rangers
arrested and jailed R. D. De fee and
J.-H. Defee on affidavits charging
th''ni with the murder of Tom Defee,
a son and brother of the accused, who
was beaten to death with an axe as he
lay asleep in his home at Midway.
, Socialist Rallies in Berlin.
Berlin, By Cable.-Socialist' meet
ings held here^ passed off with com
plete quiet. The halls, which were
filled tc overflowing, were closed by
the police half an 'hour before the
speaking commenced. * Strong resolu
tions were passed and protests against
the present tripartite suffrage system
in Prussia were' adopted.
Augusta j Ga., Special.-James TJ.
Jackson, vice president of the Augus
ta- Aiken Railway Company, and
others, filed with the :Secretary of
State at Columbia, S. C., application
for charter of company to be known
as the Augusta and. Columbia Rail
road Company. It is their purpose to
extend the Aiken trolley line, now 22
miles long, on to Columbia, shorten
ing the distance between Augusta and
the South Carolina capital nearly go
COL. MORGAN'S BI
Received, ? Favorable Report I
Hands of tba Dispensary Corni
of the House of Repr?sentatif
Col. B. A. Morgan of GreenviH
received a favorable report on ifl
to provide for local option in th Bj
agement of the liquor busineB
South Carolina. Col. Morgan ]Br
ed to introduce this bill last yeH
so much attention was given H
Raysor-Mapning bill that he lffBNP
the consideration of his measure Until
To declare tte law pertaining to and
regulating the sale of spirituous
liquors in this State, abd providing
for the viblatiorte thereof.
Be it enacted by the general assembly
Of Ui? State of South Carolina:
Section 1. On and after the 15tb
day of May, 1906, the manufacture,
sale, barter or exchange, receipt or ac
ceptance for. unlawful use, delivery,
storing and keeping possession within
this State of any spirituous) malt, vin
ous, fermented, brewed (whether la
ger or rice beer) or other liquors, any
Compound or mixture thereof, by
whatever name called or known, which
contains alcohol and is used os a bev
erage except as hereinafter "provided,
is hereby prohibited. Any person
convicted of violating Uris section
shall be, punished by imprisonment
at hard labor for a period of not less
than three months, nor more than six
months, or pay a fine of not less than
one hundred dollars nor-more than five
Section 2. The State treasurer is
hereby constituted the agent of the
State, and shall execute and perform
the dutieB" hereinafter required in ad
dition to the duties now prescribed
by law for that office.
Section 3. No manufacture or sale
of any such liquors as mentioned in
section 1 of this act, outside of an
incorporated city or town in this State
nor in any incorporated city or town,
otli?r than the county seat, shall be
permitted except as is hereinafter
provided. i -
- Section 4? Whenever one-tjrird of
the qualified electors in any county in
this State, shall, in writing, petition
for an election, to be held to determine
whether or not alcoholic liquors and
beverages shall.be in such county, it
shall be the duty of the county su
pervisor of such county to submit such
question to the qualified electors there
of, at a special election to be held, af
ter first giving thirty days notice of
such election, which election shall he
conducted and held under the same
rules and regulations provided for
general elections by the laws of South
Carolina: Provided, such an election
shall not be held oftener than once in
Section 5. Whenever such an elec
4ioB:is*had, the State election'commis
sioners for such county shall at each
voting precinct "therein provide two
ballot, boxes, one box to determine the
question whether or not intoxicating
liquors and beverages may be sold in
such county and to be numbered 1 and
the other box to determine whether or
not such sale shall be by license or by
county dispensary and shall be num
bered 2. Any person who is a quali
fied elector of such county may vote
in either or both of said boxes, and
every such voter voting in box No. 1
.and who is in favor of the sale and
manufacture . of intoxicating liquors
and beverages in that county, shall
vote a ballot on which shall be printed
the Avords "For Manufacture and
Sale," and all opposed to the manu
facture and sale of intoxicating li
quors and beverages shall vote a ballot
upon which is printed the words
"Against Manufacture and Sale."
And every such voter voting in box
.No. 2, and who is in favor of the sale
of alcoholic liquors and beevrages in
said county by license shall votera bal
lot upon which is printed the , words
"By License," and every such voter
voting in said box and who is in fa
vor of the sale of alcoholic liquors and
beverages in said county by county
dispensary, shall vote a ballot upon
which is printed the words ' ' By Coun
Section 6. That if the majority of
the ballots- cast in box No. 1 in any
such election shall be "Against Man
ufacture and Sale," then it shall be
unlawful for any person, firm or cor
poration to do any of thc acts pro
hibited in section 1 of this act until
another election shall be held revers
ing'such election, and all permits and
licenses, if any there be, shall there
upon cease and determine and be ut
terly null and void. But if a majority
of the ballots cast in box No. 1 in any
such election shall be "For Manufac
ture and Sale," then it shall be law
ful to manufacture and sell intoxicat
ing liquors and. beverages in said
county in the manner or method de
termined by the majority of the bal
lots in box N?. 2. If a majority of
the ballots cast in box No. 2 shall bf
"By License" then it shall be lawful
to .-manufacture and sell intoxicating
liquors and beverages in said county
under the rules, regulations, terms and
conditions hereinafter provided foi
that system. If a majority of the
ballots cast in box No. 2, be "By
County Dispensary", then it .shall be
lawful to sell intoxicating liquors and
beverages in said county under the
Tules, regulations, terms and condi
tions hereinafter provided for that
Section 7. If the manufacture and
sale of intoxicating liquors and bev
erages are authorized by such election
above provided, "By License," in any
county in this State, then on the pay
ment to thc State treasurer the sum
of three thousand dollars by such per
son as is hereinafter described, and
filing with the State treasurer a bond
for the use of the county and such
other uses and purposes herein pro
vided, with good and sufficient sure
ties, conditional for the payment of
five thousand dollars to said county
and to respond to such other obliga
tions as may be charged against the
same in the event of the violation of
awy of the provisions of this act, the
said State treasurer sliall issue to such
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by said State treu- rer,. upon sucl
showing as he deems sufficient.
Section 8. Such licensed person
before selling br ??iiV?rirtg a?y alco
h??c liquors and beverages to anj
person whomsoever, shall receive fron
such person a written request there
for, printed or written in ink, datec
of the true date, stating that he OJ
she is of age, the residence of the
signer, for whose use it is required
the quantity and kind required, anc
his or her true name, and so sign?e
and attested by the licensee or hu
duly authorised agent. Said requests
shall be flied and preserved for twelve
months) ?tid ppeil to the inspection ol
any persbrt; But the inquest shall bi
refused and no sale or delivery bi
made if the person selling it knows
or has reason to believe, that the per
son is a minor, or is intoxicated, bi
is in the habit of using intoxicating
liquors *to excess, or if the parent,
husband, wife, committee or guar
dian of such person has made written
request that.no ?ale or delivery be
made to Bitch appHcailti
Section 9; '.The licensee shall, be
fore receiving any liquor fbr sale and
delivery} except l?ger beer, cause the
same tb b? put into packages of not
less than one-half pint nor more than
five gallons and securely seal the
same, and it shall be unlawful for any
person to break any of such packages
or open the same, for any purpose or
reason whatsoever. He shall sell by
the package only, and no persou shall
open the same pr drink any of it on
the premises: Provided, This section
shall not apply to malted liquors shipn
ped in cases, kegs, or bottles thereof
shipped in barrels, and such malted
liquors may be sold by the licensee in
quantities hot less than one pint;
Provided, the same shall not be open
ed or drank on the premises. Any
room, shed or place in the same build
ing or under the same roof, if connect
ed therewith by an opening or aper
ture, and not removed therefrom, so
that at least, fifteen feet of open air
space shall intervene, shall be to all
intents and purposes of this act the
Section 10. No sale or delivery per
mitted under'this act whether by
license or dispenser shall be made on
Sunday* nor on any other day now
prohibited by law, nor before sunrise
or after sunset on any day:
Section ll. Nb license shall be is
sued except upon application and such
application shall be by petition, ad
dressed to the State treasurere, signed
and sworn to by the applicant, which
petition shall state the applicant's
name, place of residence, his present
business and in what engaged for the
two next preceding years; that he is a
qualified elector of this State and a
resident of the county; that he has
never plead guilty or been adjudged
guilty of violating any law relating
to intoxicating liquors, and that no
charge therefor is then pending
against him; (hat he is not a keeper
of a restaurant or place of public
amusement and is not addicted to the
use of intoxicating liquors as a bev
Section .12. Every person licensed
to sell liquors herein referred to shall
sell the same in a room fronting a
public street without mirrors, pictures
or any ormanentations whatever, in
side or outside, and without any
screen, curtain or other device for pre
venting the passing public from fully
viewing what may be transpiring
within, nor shall any resturant, pool
or billiard room, or any other form
of public amusement be run or con
ducted therewith, nor shall any open
ing communicating with such bc per
Sections 13 to 25 provide the nec
essary machinery for putting into ef
fect the act, and sections 25 to 31
provide for thc enforcement of the
law by the State, county and town
Section 31. All places where per
sons are permitted to resort for the
purpose of drinking alcoholic liquors
are hereby declared nuisances, and the.
keeper or manager of such places shall
upon conviction, be punished as is pro
vided for other violatings of this act
as hereinafter provided.
Section 32. It shall be lawful for
any person or persons in this State,
without license or permit to sell, trade
or barter in quantities not less than
one gallon, domestic wine manufac
tured by such person or persons from
grapes or berries grown by such per
son or persons in this State, provided,
that all wines so sold shall be put
up in packages containing not less
than one gallon, and that a label con
taining the name of the person or per
sons manufacturing and selling the
same, thc place of manufacture and
sales and the date thereof shall be
placed upon each and every package
of wine sold: Provided, all such sales
or delivery shall be subject to the
provisions contained in section 10 of
Section 33 provides adequate pun
ishment for violations of this act.
Section 34. It shall bc the duty of
the board of directors of the State
dispensary to dispose of, or have dis
posed of, as much of the liquors owned
by the State as shall be practical with
out sacrifice, and all not disposed of
shall on the 15th day.of May, 1906,
bc withdrawn from sale and as soon
thereafter as possible sold and ship
ped out of the State, and the proceeds
of so much as is sold by said board,
directly or by its authority, shall be
turned over to tho State treasure, and
become the funds ol' thc Slate.
Section-35. That all acts or part?
of acts inconsistent with this net he,
end the ?ame ?re ?ieyebv repealed.
Doubts of Rebert Keith Dar
? gan's Death Settled
HIS REMAINS FULLY IDENTIFIED
atore ?h?ri Fifty Per&ofi? Who Knew
Robert Keith Dargan ifl Life" View*
ed Disinterred Remains of Suicid?
President of Defunct Cotton Oil Co.
and Positively Identified Body.
Darlington, S. C., Special-In order
to set at-rest the numerous persistent
stories to the effect that Robert Keith
Dargan^ who committed suicide here
on' jjuly 11th last, shortly after the
disasterous failure of several large
corporations of which he was manager
the grave was opened and the remains
identified by 50 or more well-known
cicti??ns who knew hint iii life, Dar
gan had $40,000 insurance Ort his life,
$25,000 in the Fdielity' Mutual Insur
ance^ Company of Philadelphia, and
$15/000 in the Equitable. The latter
! company-accepted the proofs of death
submitted arid, some months ago, paid
the-s?nount due, but the Philadelphia
company, by reason of the current ru
morsj?th?t Dargan Was not dedd, per
sisted id the demand that the" body be
dwi??erred and made an effort some
weeks- ago to secure an order from
Jud^jf R. C. Watts to have this done,
The Judge declined to issue the order,
but stated that, if the company were
sued^it could renew its repucst with
out prejudice from his decision.
OD August 5th Mr?. R. K. Dargan
snbmitted proofs of death and, in re
ply, -the company wrote her, in part,
as follows: "The proofs of?death as
submitted are not satisfactoiy and,
under all circumstances of the case,
we must ask you to submit further
proof-:of'.death by allowing the grave
to be-opened and the body to be in
spected by sk residents of Darlington,
who were prsonally acquainted with
Mr. Dargan in his life.
.Had to Fight if Not Docile.
Annapolis, Mr., Special.--Thc rtial
of Midshipman Chester A. Bloebtiam,
of St.' Claries, Mo., on charges of haz
ing,?.-was concluded Friday. The
court malshal jbecupied only seven
minutes hi reaching a verdict in the
cas^?f--Midshipman Bloebatun, by
far the . shortest period iu. any case
A charge of hazing has been filed
against Midshipman Claude B. Mayo,
of Columbus, Miss., a member of the
first class. His offenses are alleged
to have been committed during Sept
ember last when Mayo, with other
similarly situated midshipmen, were
kept at Annapolis while the other up
per classmen were on leave.
New Trial For Capt. Jones.
Norfolk, Va., Special-Judge Hanc
kel this week reached a conclusion
which did not become public until
Friday, denying the motion for a new
trial in the case of Capt. P. W. Jones,
of the Virginia National Guard, con
victed of the murder ?f Maud Cam
eron Robinson, formerly of Selma, ?N.
C., and given 18 years in thc peniten
tiary; but as the result of a decision
rendered by the Court of Appeals of
Virginia allowing a new trial to Fred
S. Hoback, convicted in Floyd county,
Va., of murder, the same point invol
ved in the Jones case wes decided-in
favor of the prisoner and Jones con
sequently will get a new trial.
Fatal Wreck Near Atlanta.
Atlanta, Ga., Special.-Two men
were instantly killed, another is
missing, believed to be under the de
bris, and a fourth fatally scalded as
the result of a head-on collision be
tween a north-bound through freight
and a switch engine on the Seaboard
Air Line Railroad near Mina, a small
station about eight miles from At
Shot Both Before Dying.
Knoxville, Tenn., Special. -Ben
Richer was killed and the two broth
I era, Clark and Tom Hals, shot in an
altercation at Freshour's distillery,
12 miles from Greenville, Tenn. Rick
er was shot by Tom Hale, but after
he had been mortally wounded he suc
ceeded in shooting the other two men,
dying after firing a shot which enter
ed Clark Hale's breast. Thc Hales
arc being driven by wagon to North
Carolina, according to last reports.
Ricker died in a few minutes. The
origin of the trouble is not known.
Would Kill Negro Schools.
Kackson, Miss., Special.-Senator
Clover introduced into the Mississip
pi Senate a concurrent resolution to
amend the constitution by providing
that no children shall be admitted to
the public schools of thc Stale when
the parent is liable for thc poll tax
for the current year and the same re
main unpaid. '
Lee's Birthday Observed.
Friday, the birthday of Lee and
Jackson, was generally observed as a
holiday by thc cities nf thc South. All
the schools took holiday, the State in
stitutions were closed and generally
appropriate exercises were held.
Officer Johnson Dies.
Rock Hill, S. C., Special.-Police
man R. G. Johnson, who accidentally
shot himself Thursday muming, died
at 7:30 o'clock and his n'juaius were
taken to Fort Mill for interment,
j whi$ will take place Saturday.
Wild Panic Caused By a Small
VICTIMS WOMEN ANS CHILDREN
Smell of Smoke in Philadelphia Col
ored Baptist Church Gives Bise to
Shrieks of "Fire!" and 18 Are
Killed and Nearly 40 Others Injur
ed in Terrible Rush for Exits.
Philadelphia, Special.-A wild pan
ic followed a loud shriek of "Fire!"
brought death td 19 colored persons
and injuries to nearly two ?core of
others Sunday night at St. Paul's
Baptist church, on the west side of
Eighth street between Popular street
and Girard avenue. The terrible rush
to gain the street was of brief dura
tion, and that more were not killed in
the stampede was probably due to the
fj?ct that the church was not crowded.
$bt moue than 300 persons were pn
the second floor flic building which
with th? gall?'fy,- was capable of hold
ing 600 to 7??; The fire was'd trifling
one and was extinguished before the
firemen arrived. The sincll of smoke
'added to the panic, and despite the
heroic work of the Rev. E. W. John
son, the pastor of the church, who
tried in vain to allay the fears of the
frightened worshippers, the terror
stricken people made a desparate rush
to leave the church, only to be choked
up on the narrow stairway. Those .in
the rear leaped over the prostrate
forms of those who fell, and when
the rush was over, 18 lay dead on the
first floor and stairs of the building.
Death in nearly every case was due to
suffocation or trampling.
BLOODY DAY IN ECUADOR
Two New Governments in an Hour
Makes Notable Record Even for
South America, People of Guaya
quil Revolting Against Assumption
of Power by Vice. President Moreno
Guayaquil, Ecuador, By Cable
General Alforo occupied Quito, the
capital, at 3 p. m., Thursday. A juanta
of notible persons met in the govern
ment palace here at 4 p. m. and'form
ed a new government! Vice President
Bflquerize Moreno assumed the execu
tive power, establishing a new Minis
Rioting followed. The people dur
ing the afternoon attacted the prisons,
liberating the political prisoners and
afterwards capturing the police bar
racks, where the rioters obtained poss
ession, of a- number, of rifles, and'-some
cannons. Rifle shots later were heard
in all parts of the city and the rioters
became so bold that they attacked a
battalion of artillen'. Many persons
were killed and wounded during the
The new ministry, however, only
lasted one hour. The people rejected
the administration of Baquerizo Mo
reno and proclaimed as President
General Elroy Alfaro, the former
President of Ecuador, and leader of
the revolution, and in his absence Dr.
Emile Arrevalo assumed the civil and
A great panic prevailed here during
the evening and in the midst of the
disorder General Leonidas Plaza, min
ister, of-Ecuador to the United States,
who arrived here Jan. 18 and assumed
chief command of the army in its
operations against the rebels, escaped
from the city and embarked on board
the Chilean steamer Leora, which
leaves here to-morrow for Panama.
Later in the evening order was re
Two hundred persons were killed or
wounded in the lighting here.
Two Killed in Mexican Wreck.
Mexico Citj', Special.-Two men, a
locomotive engineer and exposs mes
senger, were killed outright in a col
lision between a passenger train and a
freight train on the Inter- Oceanic
Railway. Two others were severely
injured. The baggage car contained
half a million silver dollars, but none
Preacher Alleged Poisoner.
Gainesville, Ga., Special.-Rev. J.
W. Austin, at one time pastor of the
Methodist church at Belltown, near
Gainesville, was placed in the county
jail here having been arrested and
brought from Gwynelte county, charg
ed with attempting to poison Hon.
Bob Quillian, of Belltown, giving Mr.
Quillinn a medicated apple. It is al
leged that Rev. Mr. Austin while at
camp meeting at Popular Springs last
summer, Mr. Austin preaching a ser
mon a few minutes after giving Mr.
Quillian .the apple which made the
latter violently ill.
Cracksmen Get $2,050 Gold, From
Oklahoma City, Special. -'After
four attempts, robbers blew the safe
of the Bank of Dale, near this city,
and secured $2,050 in gold and made
their escape. It is thought that the
thieves belong lo the same gang that
has been robbing banks uear here for
the past three months.
Half Baltimore Block Burns.
Baltimore, Special.-Fire occurred
in the plant of the Baltimore Chrome
Works. Probably one-half of the ex
tensive plant, covering about. a city
block,, has been destroyed. The loss
well be very heavy as mach stock
ready for shipment was destroyed.
The fire was still burning at 1:30 a.
m.. but is. believed lo be under control
It in impossible to estimate the money
In the past two weeks tbe largest shipments that have ever
been delivered in Augusta. Eight car-loads of goods and three more
to come in, besides quan; ties of lse!s than car;loi dihipnients of
various Ii nes, including Carnages Buggies, Wagons, Surreys,,
Harness, Saddlery, Carriage and Wagon Material and also
Christmas goods which include children's Tricycles,Toy Wagons, ve- '
locipedes, Goat Wagons and Cart?, .hobby horse*, swannetti
and motors, various styles to suit all comers. I have the largest and
best assorted stock in the southern state. I buy direct from the manu
facturer and can sell cheaper flinn any other finn in the oity of Au
gusta who has been in business for the last twonty-ilve or thirty years.
Sole Agent for the famous l? ABCOCK vehicles and Chase's
fine silk,plush and beavbr'robes. Can sHl vou a good top
buggy complete tor $50,00, or oren buggy with harness and umbrella
Call and see my stock and be convinced.
749 and 751 Broad Street,
W. J. Rutherford & Co.
?ND DEALER IN
Cement, Plaster, Hair, Fire Brick, Fire Clayp
Ready Roofing and other Material.
Write Us For Prices.
Corner Reynolds and Washington Streets,
Large Shipments of the best makes of wagons and buggies
just received. Our stock of furniture and house furnishings
is complete. A Large stock.
COFFINS and CASKETS.
always on hand. All calls for our Hearse prompt
ly responded to. All goods sold on a small mar
gin of profit. Call- to see me, I will save you
money. . ,
\ GEO. P. COBB.
Johnston, ~ South Carolina,
THIS SPACE IS TAKEN BY
The Leading Grocers of Augusta Ga.f
.W. F. SAMPLE of Saluda County and
H. H. SCOTT, JR., of Edgefield County are with us
and want to see you.
For Fire and Life
=GO TO SEES?
OAUGHMAN & HARLING
BEFORE INSURING ELSEWHERE.
We represent the best Old*Line Companies.
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(JAUGHMAN QC F?ATLLING AGENTS
Wy Carriage and Eepair Shop at the Gray
Stables is now well equipped. I invite you to in
Large force of competent workmen-Full supply
of the best material always on hai.d.
(Jan build you a new wagon or repair your old
one cn short notice.
Tire Setting and Horse Shoeing done in the best
|3gT'Satis/action Guaranteed. .
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Pianos, Organs and Sewing
Machines. Also the Ceci
lian Piano Player.
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prices and terms.