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Throughout Our Entire
Every piece of Slimmer Goods at
Stop in when you are in Town and
let us show you,
We Are Boi?ir THE B?RTOES? G? fr? ?IW?
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Everything to wear for
COME QUICK AND GET THE PLUMS,
Yours for good trade,
?R, 8. 'VANMVE-R.
J. J. MAJOR. E. P. VANDrvn?R.
BROS. & MAJOR
BUGGY AND HARNESS
. We want to ?how you our Stock, and belie ve we will trade.
m SEJS US BEFOEE CLOSING A TRABE. And fihli**
WKlJiNEc'DAY. JULY ll, 19U?.
J. T. Davis Appoint-J State Constable.
Mr. J. T. Davie, who ha? been with
the police d?partirent of the city
government tor several years ?nd who
was one of thi!! moat popular men on
the force, bas been appointed a State
Constable and has ?rn tel ?rd upon his
.Sheriff Nelson ll. (jreen is deter
mined that Anderdon County shall bo
tree from blind tiger? and as the Comi
ty is beaming so thickly populated it I
is impossible for OM J deputy sheriff to
hold thu situating down, and at tho re
quest of Sheriff Gi?;eu, Chief State
Constable Hammett appointed Mr.
Constable Davin is thoroughly fa
miliar with Anderson County and her
conditions and for this reason hu will
bo a good man in this place.
In tho days of the dispensary there
was un occasional blind tiger discov
ered and now iu her prohibition days
it is the same way. But it is not
thought there are any more blind
tigers ..ow than thereover was.
Those who insist on dealing out the
fluid, had better stay out ot the reach
of Toni Davis or ne will get "run in."
Col. NI. P. Tribble'f. Candidacy.
Col. M. P. Tribble, candidate for Sec
retary of State, who has been coniined
to his home for the last month suffer
ing from a nervous weakness, is some
bettor bot not yet abie to join the
State campaign party.
The cbauces for Col. Tribble's elec
tion has been conceded by many to be
the bust iu the bunch, and it does look
hard to his irienda to see that he can
not get with the boys na soon as he
would like .to. How ever,, hie con
dition is a great deal better and it is
probable that he will soon be with the
It will be remembered that Col.
Tribble was tke only candidate that
opposed the present secretary two
years ago and stood a golden chance of
Oeing elected then, hut his opponent
was sick at his borne (jost as Col.
Tiibble is now) and the gallant old
Colonel dropped out of the race and
refused to run against a sick man.
The friends of Col. Tribble believe
that the people of South Carolina will
not forget this noble act, and that if
the old Colonel should be nuable to
Join the campaign at all, that he will
win ont in the primary.
Gary Land, a son of W. M. Land,
died at the home of his parents at
the Bregon mill last Thursday morn
ing, after a brief illness aged 13
years. The remains were carried to
Piedmont and interred.
B. F. Hawkins, a weil known citizen
of Martin Township, died at his home
Friday morning. The funeral servi
ces were held Saturday . at Long
Branch Church, Rev. fl. C. Martin offi
J. D., the 17 months ord son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. R McAdams, of Town
ville, died Friday. The interment
was in the Presbyterian cemetery at
TowDviM6 the day fellowing.
Charlie Deal, a ' yoong p linter of
Greenville, who fell from a ladder
about a month nao, died from the
effects of the fall Thursday. He wa9
a brother of Mrs. M. T. BnrriB and
Mrs. M. E. Allen of Anderson.
Mrs. if. A. Hall, wife of the late D. i
B. Hall, died at her home near Iva ,
last Wednesday night, after an illness!
of some length. She was 08 years
old and had long been a member of i
Rocky Elver Baptist Church, where
her body ^ns laid to rest the day fol
lowing, after appropriate services by
Rev. Mr. Small. Mrs. Hall leaves
three children, one of whom is Mrs.
Clarence Payne of this city.
M re. W. C. Meredith died at her
home on Lyman street^ Wednesday i
night after a Boori ?I?C??. Mrs. 1
Meredith had boen nuite unwell bet1
her death was not 'unexpected. She
was buried in the family grounds ai !
Barkera Creek Church, below Hones
Path, Thursday afternoon, Mr?. Mere- !
dith Wa* Miaa Marsha i.. Cnrnniinir? tyf
the Barkers Creek section. She" was
in her 09th year. She was married
88 years ago to, Mr. W. C. Meredith,
by whom she is survived, in the same
house she was buried from. Mrs.
Meredith leaves besides her husband,
one daughter, Miss Emma Meredith,
and a host of friends to mourn her
loss. Mrs. Meredith was a gentle,
Christian woman and her deach will
K?. ?. .Am^n.? In.. *~ . D.I... Tl-n
ww ?v p..^... vw m. vtavit * uer liDT.
Mr. Tate preached the funeral.-Polzer
la I H -:
LowndcAville Locals. '
Lowndesville, July 0.-Mrs. Jane
.Baker died this morning at her home
here in the 70th year of her age, atter
a few days illness. Before, her mar-,
riage she was a Miss Brooks, and was
born and reared here. She waa* a wid
ow of the tate Lindsay Baker, and to
this onion 8 children were boro, five of
which are living, three daughters and
two eons. Her remains were interred
this afternoon in the Presbyterian
churchyard, ol! which church she had
been a devoted member Ginee'girlhood,
the servier* being conducted by ber
pastor, Rev. W. 8.llamiter.
Miss Annie Brown, of Greenville, is
visiting Mies Ida Allen. '.
M?s Eunice Cloud baa returned to
her home in Rock Hill after a visit to
the family of Rev. R.W. Barber.
Miss Engenta Robertson, of Abbe
ville, has returned to her home after a
few weeks visit to Mrs. T. D. Cooley.
She was accompanied by little Alis*
Irma Cooley, ; who wiil spend sometime1
in Abbeville. .
Mrs. Nell Jfoseley Lipscomb abd
children spent a few weeks recently
with the former's parents, Dr. and
Mrs. B. Moseley.
-Mrs. A. J. Speer and children are in
donelle, Ga., with Mrs. Speer's pa
rents. . ' '. '.. ' '. .; :."/
Marion Baker, son of Jas, M. Baker,
ia visiting bis grandparents, Mr. and
Urs. T. Baker. y -vy.
r. Miss. Camille Smith has returned
from a visit to Iva. * yv-'- >. ; .-.
Willie Latimer, ot Abbeville, is vis
iting the ?bultr. ot Jae. T, Lat i mer. yy
Miss Mary Wilson, of Abbeville, is
visiting the family or her brother. Dr.
J. D. wilson, -y . *
Miss Lucilo Humphreys, of Donalds,
end Miss Annie Wilson, of Laurens,
have been elected assistant teachers in.
the High School of thia place. The
principal is yet to be electdd.
Address and Picnic ai Piercetowa.
ot Fr>j Masonry at Piereotown ~n
Hiesand~th? publio" geneira?T ar<n?
vHed to came and bring weil filled
ypm^ter ,8tar'; degree wi il be cou?
Corner Creek Nen?.
Our farmers have sown a good
acreage in peas, and the present
weathur deems lo be forwarding thia
Mrs. J. T. McConnell and children,
of Neva, visited relatives here last
Milton Martin and elater, Miss
Emma, from near Donalde, epent Sun
day in our tuid?t with relatives.
Miss Elizabeth Gassaway is attend
ing tito County Nornrual at Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Prtiitt and sev
eral children, from near DeanB, visited
the family of B. F. G ase a way here
Mr. J. N. Shirley is our chamnion
fruit grower. He Maa . overal acres of
the etioireo variwtlea in peaches and
apple? and peurs.
Miases Janie McCoin and Mary
Swansea, from near Hodges, were tho
guests of the Misses Ball, a few days
J. T. Oassaway, accompanied by hie
two daughters, Miss Emma and Lola,
epent sunday with relatives near
Mrs. Sallie Jones, of Neva, is hero
visiting relative for a couple of
W. M. Bell takes the premium in
growing large cabbage. He has gath
ered one from his garden that weighed
Brick (structured will replace tbe old
buildings that were burned down here
laBt week, and uo doubt improve the
appearance of the block.
Mn;. T. G. Harmonia visiting rela
tives at Orangeburg and Bamberg.
Miss Daisy Cannon, of Newberry,
who bab been a patient at the Ortho
poldic Hospital, Philadelphia, arrived
inst week to visit her sister, ?irs. A.
Kev. H. L. Holroyd waa called by
telegram Thursday to the funeral of
bis brother, a physician of Sontwest
Miss Fannie C. Gray and Allie Ran
som are on a visit to relatives in Mur
tieraboro and Chattanooga, Tenn.
Miss Beulah Baker, of Greer, is
spending awhile with her friend, Mrs.
Mrs. Joe Livingston and daughter
are the guests of Mrs. E. H. Welburn.
A reception was tendered Mr. and
Mra. H. O. Eptiog, of Georgia, the
evening of the third, by Mrs. M. T.
Epting, the groom's mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Telford, of Florida,
are spending the bot weather here.
Mrs. Young Kellett died st the resi
dence of her daughter, Mrs. It. T.
Holiiday. The body WBB carried to
Friendship Church cemetery, Laurena
County, for interment.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin W. Clement, are
visiting relatives at Bateaburg.
Mrs. T. Henry Smith, who has been
in bad health for a number of years,
ia not at Dr. Earle's sanitarium,
Greenville. Her friends hope much
benefit from her atay there.
Mrs. P. A. McDavid, of Greenville,
spent a few days here last week, as did
also ber elster, Mrs. McGee, of Belton.
The heaviest rain of the season fell
here Sunday. B. B. G.
Winfield Sharpe and sister, Miss
Ovaline, of Rivoli, spent Sunday with
Mrs. E. E. Ledbetter,
Mr. and Mrs. William Pratber and
daughter, Jilea Maud, from Slabtown,
whre the guests of Mr. Osoar Prather
Mrs. W. E. Fant, Mles Helen Spears,
G. W. Smith and little Miss Willie
Fant attended the commencement at
Cedar Springe Institute near Spartan
borg. They were occompanied borne
by Joe and Louie Fant who have been
lhere the psst nea ainu.
Mrs. W, Tc Barwell, of Johns, Ala.,
is visiting her father. Mr. Jesse Camp
Married, at the Methodist parsonage
Sunday, July 1 by the Rev. D. A.
Lewis, Mr. Doyle Bogga, of Broyles
and Miss Zila Pritchard of Tokeena.
Misa Fi;:vs. Sosgs a?te?ubd the
Morett-Milford wedding near Double
The Fe .rth was celebrated here by
a game of base ball between the
Seneca and Townville teams which re
sulted in a acora of S to S in favor of
Miss Stella Bruce, of Seneca, visited
Miss Helen Spears the Fourth.
Mrs. H. W. Speeres visited relatives
in Anderson last week.
Mr. Louie Lt ?on, of Anderson, waa
the guest of his father. Kev. T. G.
Ligon??iu6 Fourth. ?
Ed. Wyatt, of the Brushy Creek sec
tion, visited bis brother-in-law, Willis
Watkins, last Sunday. Mr. Watkins
is still on the sick list and does not im
prove like his friends hoped he would.
Edwin and Manson Jolly- were the.
guests of relatives here last week. '
Mr. and Mrs, Thomson Entrekin are
entertaining a little girl who came as;
a permanent guest on June 29tln ';i
Mr. and Mrs. John Grifiith's little
daughter. Lissie, who baa been quito
sick, is slowly improving.
Dr. J. ?. Al good, who h ns been ab?,
sent for several weeks taking a special
course in Baltimore, ia at home again;
and is kept busy attending the sick. ?
Luther Prince ?nd brother, John;
have both been sick for the post ten
days, but are thought to bo improving.
Mr. and Mr?. E. F. Allgood have
gone to Tem 0& ? visit to their rnar
ried children, and to look af ter their
fine farms in that State. ' O ; -, X .
: J. M. Browne went to j Belton last
week to visit her niece, Mrs, Delia
Browne Bell, who is. quite ill. Mrs.
Bell has many friends and relatives in
this county who ?ttl regret to hear of
her a?rions illness. v
Capt. and Mis. G. A. JRankin visited
friends at Piedmont bu the 4th. > i7r
F. M. Glenn spent tho glorious4th
with his brothers and slaters at Liberty.
They had a family reunion, al! b?iag
present except Hassle Glenn, of Green
ville, whose bnsineaa would not admit
of hie leaving on thatday; ..
The4th was not generally observed
io this section aa moat f armera were
*$Qr^^&^^ here 8ttndayt
which will prevent plowing for several
days. Soon as it get* dry enough to
In a trip of some 20 tuile* acres? the
connty we found the cotton weed to be
enan average quito small for that
date, let Joly, but there waa a good
mundend it had beau weil worked.
Tho July crop will necessarily be small
i but i>erhape the August crop will be
?iette?v . . J 'S
Rsufllon of Orr'* Regiment.
Th'j annual rennion of Orr's Regi
ment ?iii be beld at Buena Vista
Park in the city of Anderson on the
?th and 8th of August.
A more extended notice will bo giv
Abbeville, Anderson, Ocouee and
Pichona County papers please copy.
W. T. Magill;
_ For the committee, j
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for Mnyor of Anderson, subject
to tho rules of the democratic primary.
Paul E. Ayer.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for tho ellice of Mayor of the city
ot Andaraon subject to tbs rules of the
P. K. McCully, Br.
FOR ALDERMAN-Ward t.
The friends of Gen. M. L. Bonham
hereby announce bim as a candidate
for Alderman in Ward 1, and pledge
bim to abide by the jesuit of the dem
J. E. Barton is hereby announced as
a candidate for Alderman from Ward
1, subject to the rules of thc democratic
FOR ALDERMAN-Ward 2.
A. L. Welch is hereby announced as
a candidate for Alderman in Wcrd 2,
subject to the democratic primary.
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for Alderman from Ward 2, sub
ject to the democratic primary,
W. B. Osborne.
The friends of B. B. Bleckley nomi
nate him as a candidate for Alderman
from Ward 2, subject to the democratic
FOR ALDERMAN-Ward 8.
The friends of O. B. VsnWyck here
by announce him as a candidate for
re-election as Alderman from Ward 8,
subject to the democratic primary.
W. W. Robinson, is nominated as a
candidate for Alderman from Ward 3
subject to city democratic primary.
FOR ALDERMAN-Ward 4.
C. E. Tolly is hereby announced as a
candidato for Alderman from Ward 4,
subject to Democratic primary.
L. N. Geer is hereby announced as a
candidate for Alderman from Ward 4,
subject to the result of the democratic
Eugene T. Anderson is hereby nomi
nated aa a candidate for Alderman
from Word A, subject to the city demo
FOR ALDERMAN-Ward 5.
.Tan, Te Pearson ia hereby snnounoed
as' a candidato for Alderman from
Ward 5, subject to the rules of the
FOR ALDERMAN-Ward 6.
M. D. Ellenbarg ia hereby ann o uno
ed at a candidato for Alderman from
Ward 0, subject to the rules of the
R.E. Ligen ia hereby announced as
a candidate for Alderman from Ward
0, subject to the mles of the democratic
Sakast ?Masara *"* BisiWe* BJtfat
Will lotereat ?any.
Every person ahonld know that good
Katiti, im Impossible if thtt jrMHBWMfl
deranged. Foley's Kidney ; Ours . will
care kidney and bladder disease in every
form, and will build up and strengthen
these organs BO they will perform their
functions ? properly. No danger . of
Bright's disease or diabetes if Foley's
Kidney Carola taken in timo, Evans
"McCormick" Mowara and.Bakes are
well kn oven by the farmers of thia vee
Uon. .They are the most popular Imple
monis of the kind manufactured. They
are eold by Sullivan Hdw. Co.
Orino Laxative Fruit Byran gives per
manant relief in caaes of habitual oom t ?.
patton aa It stimulates tho liver aud re
store* tho natural' action of tbs bo wei ?
wimont irritating these organs Ilks pill?
or ordinary catEartias, Dbm not nan
BM|A or orina and ls mild and pleasant to
take, Remember the name OBXWO and
rafoseanbstttute*. Evana Pharmacy, !
?togs tia? pes?la ?nd l>?o,1sltt?Mfr
The old man Snipes atilt makes the
best Pictures for tb? money. ; Frames
made to c^or, sny sfse, at Uva and let
live price. Fancy Pictures and Glass
torsa?a, , V - 80-tf
All cf the popular leo Cream Freesen'
-^Wblte Mountain." "Arotio.^ .,G*nv*!
and "Blizzard" are sold by SoUivati
v.' I Sw uuW p?cpnr?d iv do oil o??B??a of
repair work on En gin M. ' Boilers and all
Fur m Implement?. When -lei * hurry
bri cg work to Jes* 8trtblinkaMachine
fibop, adjoining Townsend's Lumber
Mill. ?. v - . 3; ? '? ?.
,: Automobiles repaired, adjusted u?d
washed oST. Huvlug worked lr. the larg
est G ar aga i Soo tb, I feel co no pn? ec t in
this ' Use. ??**;- Stribllng'a Machine
Shop., . ..? ,. . fi .??:}?'?:
?5- CM^icLat?' snnonncamoaUi wUi -Kft ral*
liahed until tbe Primary Elation tov Fire OolUr?
-F-AYJiats rs ?DYAMOS DASH a?k ta?toes-edit
JOH -,. . . : - ' . ?;??>?<?? .;.:!?:
IbB?iby announco teyae?f'M ? candidato for
the offlM of iOounty Auditor of Anderson County,
?abject to tao MUoSOf tS?nca?CqraUe^?^^
UAMBRELL, THE MEAT MAN,
pay? til? highest market rtrioo for beef
cattle. Ho sells tho tenderest, boat steak
tn city. GU ve him a trial and ?oe. 4-1?
Will Car? CsRtusptloB.
A. A. Horron, Finch, Ark. writ?? :
'.Foley's Honey and Tar la tho beat pre
Ea ration for cough?, cold* and lung trou
le. I know that lt has cured consump
tion in the first stases. You ne?er heard
of any one using Foley's Hooey and Tar
and not being astit?ed. Evans Phar
Children teething often suffer from
Cholera Infantum, Diarrhoea, or some
form of Bowol Complaint. Da. SJSTH
ARNOLD'S BALSAM is the beet remedy.
Warranted to you bv
WUhite ?fe Wllhite, and
W. E. Atkinson.
mm * mt -
Asthma Sufferers Should Knew This.
Foloy's Honey and Tar has cured
many caaes of asthma that vere oonsld
cA hopeleas. Mr?*. Adolph Buealng, 701
West Third St.. Davenport. Iowa, writes:
"A severe cold contracted twelve yea?
ago waa neglected until it finally grew
into asthma. The best medical akiil
available coull not give me more than
temporary relief. Foley's Honey and
Tar was recommended and one fifty cent
bottle entirely enred me of asthma which
bad boon growing on me for twelve
years. If I bad taken lt at tho start I
would have been saved years of suffer
ing." Evans Pharmacy.
McCormick Mowers and Rakes are
simple In construction, strong built and
easy to operate. These machines will
lass longer and require fewer repair?
than any others. Ko farmer who owns
thee? machines would have any others.
When you want the best boy the "Mc
Cormick" from Sullivan Hdw. Co.
Notice of Partnership.
B. W. Simpson and James P. Cary
have this day formed a copartnership for
the practice of law, under the firm name
of Gary & Simpson.
Office In Maxwell building heretofore
and now occupied bv R. W. Simpson.
R. W. SIMPSON,
JAMES P. CARY.
July ll, 1000 4 2*_
The board of Registration will be at
the following placea to register thoa?
who have come of age and have not reg
istered, and those who have lost their
certificates or moved inte the county or
moved bom one township to another.
Those who have never register cd are re
Iquired to appear before the board In par
eon eo as to be qualified.
Henea Path. July 17, from 9a. m. to 3
S p. m. .
Belton, July 18, from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Piedmont, July 19, from 9 a. m. to 8 p.
Pelxer, July 20, from 9 a. sn. to 3 p. no.
Wlltlamstou, July 21, from 9 a. m. to 8
p. m. ?
. P. F.; KINO,
W. L. BOLT,
J. P. REED,
_ County Board of Registration.
On Joly 23rd, at 10 o'olook a. m., I will
let to the lowest responsible bidder the
building of abridge In Hall Township,
on Rooky river, known aa Milford's
bridge. Flan? and specifications made
known on day of lotting, reserving the
right to rejeot any and all bid?, r,. .??. -, . .
Supervisor And^.-eon County.
' Notice, ?
Will be let to the lowest 'responsible
bidder at tho bridge site on Slx-and
Twenty oreos, July 19,1900, at ll o'clock
a. m.. the boll ding nf a bridge at Simpson
Mill, Cen tor v rile Township. Anderson
County. v ..: . ;. M .,
Reserving the right to accept or reject
any and all bide.. Also on tho ?amo day
at 4 o'clock p. in., the letting of a bridge
In Pendleton Township, known a? Barn's
Bridge, on Three-and-Twenty creak.
Punsand specifications made known
on day of letting. Reserving tb? right to
reject any and ail bids. . .. ^
. 8. O. JACKSON.
Supervisor Anderson County/
ff^ Notice, :
'? Will be tot to. the lowest g^g^Hs
bidder ni. tho briog* witS wu Tb*vS-SipA
Twenty aresk, July 20rh, at 10 o'olook B.
m., the building Ufa bridge at Dickson's
clef bridge place, Pond?eton Township,
1 Anderson County^ Reserving ^hj^rlght
ay?omoaV.oEs' m ado known on dav of let
tings Also on the same day at 3 p. m.,
th? rebuilding nf the bridges nn Three*
nod-Twenty creek, knowe aa the Double
Bridges? in Garvin Township.^ .Plana
add epeo??'TiUona made known ou day of
lotUng, reserving the right to reject any
aodaftbide. . ^:--v -
; & O* . JACKS' >N,
or A ndareon Ccu n ty, _^
Notice of ?lection.
?. The electors of To^villa School bi?.
Cheap Ratet Via SdHtbers Rallw&y.
On account of the epeolal occasions <.
mentioned, the Sontheru Hallway will
ecll round trip tickets to pointe named
belo**, ni greatly reduced rates as Col*
To Asheville, N. O, and isturn-Ac
count Convantton ^ Com merdai Law >?.
Loagoe of America. Tickets o& ?ale Joly
25t? to 27tb, limited to return August
8tb, 1000. Aa extension of thia limit to
September 30th may bo obtained by pay- v
inc a fea of 50 eta. and depositing ticket
with Special Agent at Asheville. Bate,
one fare plus 25 cents for round trip.
To Athena, Ga, and return-Account
University Sommer School. Tickets oa - ?
cale July ?tad, 9th and 16th, limited to
return 15 days from date of sale. An ex
tension of this limit may be obtained by
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Athena and paring a lae of 50 cte. Bate,
one fare plus 25 ots. for round trip.
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August 20LLU Very cheap. Write for
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Meeting Baptist Vonag People's Union
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Summer School Univoreity Mississippi.
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limited to return 16 days.from dato of
sale. An extension oft'ila limit lOSep- .
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To -Richmond, Va., audre^ru-Ao
c?unt M?*?tne TrueReformers. Tickets.. i
on sal - .. ns *raod to 6tb, limitedto
jrWtirT * s-o'tar 18lb. Eat?, ono Sir?
.piofc-A?. i - round trip. ;
, T . /an ixe, Va., end ratura-Aooount pg
meo.iug National Firemen's Association.,
ted to rotura August sui. An extension
of thia limit to Septemb?/J6.)i!bJ^^N^ ?.
obtained by depositing ticket with ?fee
mal Agent and paving a: feeif OX50 ot?.
Bato, one fare plruH25 ota. for round trip.
The Southern Ballway is the host way.
Superior Pasronger Acoo in ra o i et lons.
Best coacher. Moat convenient Through
Sleepmg^Oar servio? and best Dining Car v
aerviee in toe World? - . . ' .
? Vov full partioulara inquire of any
Southern Ballway Agent, or Brooka^,|j
Mocean. Asst. General ^.PsggSnaAa?.^:/'.
Agent Atlanta, Ga.i Ii. W. Hunt, Divte
ioaF*M40ger Agent^Chailestoni S. v. :.. ^
. Leather, Rubber and Genuino Ganny r
! -Beifc J? mi wii?f, are ?cia by Sulllvatt ,.
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