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WEDNESDAY, OCT. ia. LOGAL2 BREVITIES. There are four cases of yellow fever iu Galveston. Mr. W. R. McHugh has bought the Catholic parsonage. Buy the Florence Wagons, for sale by W. \V. Adams. Gov. Sheppard is out again to the delight of many friends. Horses which are worked daily should be curried, at least once a year. Rev Nr. Leitch comrneuced a series of meetings at McKeudree's on Sundays. Raw onions will cure typhoid fever; mash 'em and tie 'em to the bottom of your feet. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cantelou have moved to the old Cantelou homestead a mile from town. Secure some of farmer Walton's Oats before they are all sold, at W. W Adams's. Look out for au early frost and a bard winter; hickory nuts and acorns are uuusually abundant this year. Mr*. Sula Hunter and niece, Miss Mattie Glover, after a pleas ant visit to friends in Edgefield, have returned to Atlanta. Mr. R. H. Mime of ourstown last week had a hen to hatch out 16 chicks from 9 eggs. This is a sure Bign of a mild winter. Mrs. George D. Tillman and her daughter, Mrs, Bailey of Clark's Hill, are visiting of Col. and Mrs. James H. Tillman. If you want to grow fine onions plant now. Landre.h's sets jutt received at J. L. Mime'. Mr. Ginse Wood has re-opened a butcher shop in our town in rear of the Edgefield Bank. He will keep beef, pork,&c, all meats in their seasou. Give him a call. Chocolate Cream is a speciality at the "Luraj," refreshing, healthy, pleasant and the most delightful of all to most tastes. Married, Wednesday October 6th, 1897, at the residence of the brides' parents, Edgefield, Dr. L. R. Gwaltney officiating, Mr. Julian L. Mim8 and Miss Floience Adams. No card?. Judge Klugh will preside at our next term which begin* on the ?eci>ncf Monday in ?sb vern ber. This is Judge Klugh's first hold ing in our town. He rose to his present position from the Master's office. Dr. L. R. Gwaltuey will preach a fcpeciftl sorna o ti UCAII OuuUttY morning ou tne relation ^dbjuxch. members to the drinking and selling of intoxicating liquors. Wanted, Tobacco salesman, state experience, reference, enclose stamp. Manufacturer, Box 134, Winston, N. C. The original package people in our sister town of Aiken have acquieeed in the city license and paid one quarter iu advauce. The city of Greenville bas also impos ed a license tax which the 0. P's aro fighting in the courts. Sheriff W. H. Ouzts requests us to state that be has a great num ber of tomato plants, up since the recent raine, and that if any of his friends or the balance of man kind, wish any to come and got them at once, otherwise it might be everlastingly too late. Col. J. P. DeLaughter bas made the following staff appointments. Dr. H H Towues, Regimental Sur geon, with the rank of Captain; W. A. Collett Quarter-Master, same rank; W. S. Logue, Paymaster, same rank. Balance of Staff ap pointments will be made later. As the sausage seasou is nigh we give the following recipe : "Do not use 'dogwood' for making sau sage uuless you u-?e the 'bark' well mixed with a liberal allowance of cauiue hair. If this is done the product bears the semblauoe of genuineness, aud brings a good price on the market. At Penn's "Luray" Fount every day you can j?et Ice Cream Chocolate, Ice Cream Strawberry, Ice Cream Peach. Ice Cream Pine apple. Senator Tillman is quite ill, and on Sunday last went to Colum bia for treatment by Drs. Taylor and Babcock. There ii considera ble apprehension as to the Sena tor's condition. The disease has been pronounced Catr-.rrhal Jaun dice, a new name probably for the old-time "Yaller Jandere." We bought our "original paok age" or Imported Crockery before the recent rise on account of the new tariff law. We give our cus tomers the benefit of this. Come and soo for youraelr, at J. L. Minis'. "Cherrj Ripe" at the ''Luray" a most delightful drink. Select your seed corn from the ears that grow nearest the ground. Keep tbie up from year to year aud the ears will continue to grow nearer and nearer the ground un til after awhile-a right smart while-they will grow ont of the ground and from the roots, and tho stalk also will be covered with large fine ears. Don't forget or neglect this. We ought to have told you this when cottou was 8^ cents., but did:nt know it then. Store your cotton and held for tho advance in price. I am sto ring for 25cts. per bale per month. M. A. TAYLOR, Manager, Edgefield Ware House. Oot, 5, ?07. Judge Simonton has decided that dry towna shall remain dry till the end, that neither blind ti gers, 0. P's. or diapennaries can Le opened in such towns. Quite a number of laborers are at work resetting the shafting in the Edgefield Cotton Factory. This we hope moana business, and a heap of it, in the "sweet." Th? city council of Anderson has appointed a committee of prominent citizens to perfect ar rangements for a large railroad meeting to be held there on the 4th of November, looking to the building of the Black T'amoud road, which is meeting with bo much encouragement in Tennes see, Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. This road is also booked for Edge field, Aikt-n, Hampton, and Port Royal. Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic Cures Fever In One Day. Tax Collectinff. Treasurer T. C. Morgan will soon commence the Grand Rounds collecting taxes. He will be at Edgefield C. H. from the 15th and 16th of October, at Trenton, Monday, Oct. 18th. johuaton, Tuesday, Oct. 19th. Elmwood, Wednesday, Oct. 20tb. Pleasant Laue, Thursday, Oct 21st. S. Cheatham's store, Friday, Oot. 22 Red Hill, Saturday, Oct 23d. Collier's, Mouday, Oct. 25th. Walter Cheatham's store, Tuesday, Oct. 26th. Clark's Hill, Wednesday, Oct. 27th Modoc, Thursday, Oct. 28th. Parksville, Friday, Oct 29th. Plum Branch, Saturday, Oct. 80th Longmires, Monday, Nov. lsr. Quarles', Tuesday, Nov. 2nd. At Edgefield C."H. until Dec. Slat, 1897, after which time 15% penalty will be added to all delinquents. The tax levy for State is 6 mills on the $1 00. County 4 mills. School 3 mills. Edgefield Corporation 1? mills. Shaw Railroad 3? mills. McCormick School 2 mills. JOHNSON'S CHU! A.ND FEVER TONIC Cures Fever In One Dey. To the Colored Baptist. Dear^jBro^f^r : The second Sunday in November is Bible Day. R. G. Seymour, D. D., 1632 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., will send you the programs for the occasion if you will write him. They are furnished free of charge. If the Becond Sunday in November does not suit you, take any Sunday that suits your church and Sunday-sehoo1. Send' the mouev to R. G. Seymour. D. D., 1632 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, as soon as it raised. It is your duty to see that every creature has a copy of the word of life. Appeals come from every quarter of the globe for Bibles and Testaments. Let Florida and South Carolina lrad contribu tions for thia cause. The name of the school or church that coutributea, and the amount, will be published in The Colporter. Yours for circulation of the Bible", RICHARD CARROLL JOHNSON'S CHILL AND FEVER TONIC Cures Fever In One Day. The Very Best Evidence. Dr. A. B. Patterson, Barnwell, S. C., says: "I guarantee every bottle of Norman's Neutralitiug Cordial I sell, because I am satisfied it is a reliable medicine. Ex perience with it has proven this." Mr. J. W. Harvey, Long Creek, S. C., aaya: "I have been selling Norman's Neutralising Cordial the past three years. It gives universal satisfaction, and its sales are increasing." Norman's Indian Worm Pellets, 10 and 25c Sold by all druggists. Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic Cures Fever In One Day. The State papers which denounce "high license," and hold that the next South Carolina Legislature must either retain the dispensary law or declare for prohibition, should read th? report of the super intendent of police of Philadelphia for 1896. That report shows that while in 1895 there were 27,077 arrests in Philadelphia for disorder consequent upon intoxication there were only 23,107 arrests for the same offence lai>t year, These figure* mark a falling off of 4,070 caseB of intoxication with whioh the police had to deal, and they constitute a most ofTective ar gument in favor o? high licecfco. News and Courier. OUR GREAT COLLECTION Of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Neckwear, Hats and scores of other items of Men's and Boys Dress is a museum in interest and a pano rama in thc rapidity and certainty with which the interest changes. This being so, the mer chandise is always full of thc sort of vitality that makes interesting talk-gossip, you will say, but not merely gossip, news, real news. Our present bargains represent art and en terprise. The goods came under the old tariff. In the future Uncle Sam expects liberal rev enue from the various lines we now ofter at nominal pnces? AUGUSTA.QA. Advertised Letters. List of letters remaining in the Post Office at Edgefleld C. H., S. C., Sept 30, 1897 : P L Adams, J D Brucefield, Rev Johu Butler, Richard Block er, Heury Etheredge, Sana Gary, T M Gillaud Att'y, J J Hopkins, William Holmes, George Harny, M Jorelen, J V Johnson, Thos Jones col.. Lee Lawrence, Pat Mc Guier, Ja6 B McKie, Robert Ry ens, H M Raiford, Pierce Swear ingeu, Henry Thomas, Town Wil liams, Miss Sallie Brorod, Mrs Lucy Calhouse, M?SB Tulia Heerd, Miss Eliza Jones, Miss Silvia Nix, Miss Wag. Gie Lardum, Mrs Diner Wages, Jane Shealy. When asking for letters on this list say "advertised." Very respectfully, W. H. BRUNSON, P. M. Weather for September. Weather Observer C. A. Long, of Trenton, sends us the following data of the weather for the month just ended: Max. Temp. 94; date 15 & 18. Min. Temp. 50; date 23. Mean Temp. 75.2. Number of clear days, 10 ; partly cloudy, 18; cloudy, 2. Prevailing wind direction 10 south. Precipitation For Sept. 1893,4.14 " 1894.5.S0.. inches. ..' " 1895, .29 " " 1896,3.60 " " 1897,3.28 ;< " 9 months, 1894, 41.36 inches 9 " 1895,50.05 u "9 " 1896, 37.26 " " 9 " 1897,45.31 yp^Yellow Fever^T^^T** 1878 and 1879. This dreaded scourge of hot latitudes appeared July 26, 1878, at New Orleans, and quickly spread northward to Memphis, Tenn., where it continued its rav ages from August 2 to November 2. It rarely travels beyond the region of 75 to 77 mean annual temperature, though in case of semi-tropical seasons visiting northern regione, yellow fever has been carried far north. Th's was notably the cape in 1793, whe?? yellow fever became epidemic at Philadelphia, and there were 4,04,1 deaths from it (one in ten of the population), and in 1798, when it cut off 8,500 people in Philadelphia 2,080 in New York, aud 200 in Boston. Again, in 1853, this pestilence swept off 8,101 at New Orleans, and in 1855 visited Nor folk, Va., mortality 1,807, and Portsmouth, Va., 1,000 victims. In 1878, the total number of yel low fever casesiu the United States has been summed up at 65,976, and the deaths were 14,809-or over 20 per cent. The fatal cases in Memphis alone were 6,160. In 1879, the fever appeared on the 5th of July, and was officially declared at an end October 29. During this time there were 1,530 cases and 470 deaths. Why take Johnson's Chill & Fever Tonic? Because it cures the most stubborn case of Fever in ONE DA Y. Master's Sale. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA EDGEFIELD COUNTY. Court of Common Pleas. G. M. Timmerman agaiust M. B. Byrd. PURSUANT to the decree in tbis cause I will offer for sale at pub lic outcry before the Court House, town of Edgefield and State of South Carolina on the first Mon day in November, 1897 (being tho first day of said month) between the legal hours of sale the follow ing dosciibed realty, to wit : Ono tract of land, lying, Bituate and being in Edgefield County and Stato of South Carolina, contain ing one hundred and ten (110) acres more or less, and bounded as follows to wit: North by other lauds of G. M. Timmerman, East by lands of Talbert Reardon, south and wett by lands of Clarissa Holloway. Also the iuterest of tho defen dant in thirty (30) acies of land, set off to Mrs. Caroline Abney as Dower, after the expiration of tbf3 Dower estate, said land adjoining the above described tract. Terms of salo caah. Purcharjor to pay for papers. W. F. ROATH, Master E. C. Oct. 6-41. aster's Sale. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, EDGEFIELD COUNTY. Court of Common Pleas. Bettie A. Mathis against Jas. B. Adams et. al. PURSUANT to the judgment of foreclosure in this cause, I will of fer for sale at public outcry before the Couit House, town of Edge field and State of South Carolina on the first Monday in November, 1897 (being the first day of said month) between the legal hours o? s \\e, the following described realty, to wit : Four hundred and sixty-nine (469) acres, more or lesa, in Grant township, bounded on the north by lands of E. J. Miller and Fan nie P. Cul breath, east by lands of Fannie P. Culbreath and Mrs. S. C. Getzen, South by lands of G. A. Adams, and west by laud of W. H. H. Butler. Terms of Sale : One-third cash, and the balance ou a credit of ouo aud two years, with iuterest from the day of sale. Purchaser to give' bond and mortgage of the premises to secure the payment of the-cred it portion or all cash at the pu; chaser's option. Purchaser to pay for papers. W. F. ROATH, Master E. C. MASTE^SSALE. STATE OF SOUTH CAROM EDGEFIELD COUNTY. ROLfJsLAj eas. jBfl roc Court of Common Pleas. rleeffe a~?ci"J^r: IcClendon et. al. PURSUANT to the decree in this cause, I will offer for sale at public outcry before the Court House, town of Edgefield and State of I South Carolina on the first Mon day in November, 1897 (being the first day of said month) between the legal hours of sale, the follow ing described roalty, to wit: All that tract of laud contain ing three hundred and fifty (350) acreBmoreor lesB, lying, situate and being in Edgefield County I and State of South Carolina, bounded north by lands of P. O. and S. O. Thurmond, and lands of L. D. Reese, east and south by waters of Big Stevens Creek, aud west by lands of P.O. Thurmond and M. A. Markert. Terms of Sale: One-half cash and the balauce on a credit of one year with interest from the day of sale. Purchaser to givo bond and mortgage of the premises to secure the payment of the credit portion or all eash at the purchaser's op tion. Purchaser to pay for papess. W. F. ROATH, Master E. O. Oct. 6-4t. Master's Sale. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, EDGEFIELD COUNTY. Court of Common Pleas. Bulah Harling, Plaintiff, against J. L. MoDowell, D?fendent. PURSUANT to the decree in this cause, I will offer for sale at pub lic outcry before the Court House, town of Edgefield aud State of South Carolina on the first Mon day in November, 1897 (being the first day of said month) between tho legal hours of sale, the follow ing described realty, to wit: All that tract of land, in Edge field County, South Carolina, on the long Caue road near Sleepy Creek, known as the "Old Isaac Ouzts place" containing two hun dred and tweuty-three (223) acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Mrs. Perlina Permenter, Herlong, Dorn and Isaac Ouzts Jr., on the north, and lands of Mrs. Bettie Shader on the west, and lands of the estate of Benjamin Ouzts on tho Long Cane road on the south, and also adjoins lands of A. G. Ouzts on the east, being the place whereon the defendants resides at the beginning of ih/rs action. Terms of Sale : One-third cash, the balance on a credit of one and two years with interest from the day of sale. Perchairer to give bond and a mortgage of the prem ises to secure the payment of tho credit portion or all cash at the purchaser's option. Purchaser to pay for papers. W. F. ROATH, Master E. 0. Oct. 6-4t. "Wagon UarneB?, Buggy Harness, Wagon and Buggy Whips, Harneen Leather, Lace Leather &c, at W. "W. Adams. Our Mill Demand for Cotton GIVES US A GREAT ADVANTAGE OVER OTHER MARKETS. WE ARE NOW MAK ING LIBERAL Cash Advances On Cotton to Be Held for Higher Prices. Davidson & Famo, COTTON FACTORS, AUGUSTA, - GA. BUILDERS OF EDGEFIELD and vicinity, vrill consult thoir in terest by writing to the STANDARD MANUFACTURING CO., AUGUSTA, GA., for prices on Sash, Doors, Blinds, Shingles, Laths, Lum her, or anything in Yellow Pine. Satisfaction Guaranteed. MASTER'S SALE. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, EDGEFIELD COUNTY. Court of Common Pleas. T. S. Fox, against James E. Hart as Executor of the Will of Al vin Hart deceased, et. al. PURSUANT to thc judgment of foreclosure in this cause, I will of fer for sale before the Court House, town of Edgefield and State of South Carolina on the first Mon day in November, 1S97 (being the first da}'of said month) between the legal hours of sale, the follow ing described realty, to wit : All that tract or parcel of land, lyiug aud being situate in the County of Edgefittld and State of iSputh Carolina containing: four . ?kndrad and sixty (460) acres, B| i i rjnpn pr-rt < l^imt^?^^ east by lauds of J. D. Eidson, J. C. Brooks and J. B. Tompkins, westby lauds of the estate of R. M. Strother deceased, and laud of Mrs. Lucy J. Bates, and on the sou'.h by lands separating said tract of land from the balance of the estate of J. W. Tompkins de ceased. Said land starting from a stake corner on west side of the Ridge Road, and running north 444, Easi 51.30 chains to a rock corner on the line of J. D. Eidson's land. Said tract of land being the same tract purchased by the said Alvin Hart from W. F. Roath Master in the case of T. S. Fox Plaintiff vs. Elizabeth Tompkins et. al., on the 6th day of January 189a Terms of Sale: One-half cash aud the balanco on a credit cf one year with int?r?st from the day of Bale>. Purchaser to give bond aud a mortgage of the premises to se cure the payment of the credit portion, or all cash at the pur chaser's option. Purchaser to pay for papers. W. F. ROATH, Oct. 6-4t. Master E. C. Master's Sale. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, EDGEFIELD COUNTY. Court of Common Pleas. Charles Parkman,} et. al., against Belle Parkman, et. al. PURSUANT to the decree in this cause, I will offer for sale, at pub lic outcry before the Court House, town of Edgefield, and State of South Carolina, on the first Mon day in November, 1S97, (being the first day of baid month) between the legal hours of sale, the follow ing described realty, to wit: All that tract of laud, situate in the County o? Edgefield and State aforesaid, containing three hun dred and sixty-seven (367) acres more or less, and bounded on the north by lands of Thomas Quarles, on the east by lands of D. E. Glanton, on the south by lands of J. NV. Bailey, and on the west by lands of the estate of Fred McDaniel. This tract will be cut into three tracts, and sold 'hat way. Plata will be exhibited on the day of sale. Terms of Sale: One-third cash and the balanco o:i a credit of one and two years with interest from the day of salo. Purchaser to gi?'e bond and mortgage of the prem ises to secure the payment of the credit portion or all cash at the purchaser's option. Purchaser to pay for papers. W. F. ROATH, Master E. C. Oct. 6-4t. "Vigorone" at the "Luray," as its nam?; indicates, invigorates as well as delights the palate. Pine Apple Sherbet at the "Luray. ' lied Messen? Orange at the "Luray Fountalu of Youth." Now ie the time to sow Wheat, Rye and Harley, buy choice seed from \V. \V. Adams AUGUSTA, GA. r<M-,K,C.MT_ >i?7" Our Stock -OF PIKE CARRIAGES Al TRAPS. IS VERY COMPLETE. We have recei/cd three car loads of STUDEBAKER WAGONS. The unvarying character of these wagons assures .satisfaction to every purchaser us tho cheapest wagon built. Harness, Saddles. "n . T Hardware. il I P if We Have Added A complete line of Hard ware, Cutlery, Toni?? of all kinds, Plows, gi-nuluo . Scovil Hoes,etc.. to which we invite the attention of our Edgefield county friends. Day & Tannahill, AUGUSTA, GA. Ho. For Hillman. We want all our old friends and as man}' nev,'ones as we cao gc?. Nature has endowed our resort as to make it desirable for old ?ind young, sick and well. "With the prospect of a fine vegetable, fruit and melon season, plenty of rich milk and baiter. i ii A And the best CHEF Augusta af fords. A Sheffield at the hoad of the culiary department, we feel confident of pleasing the mo^t fastidious epicure. ' * As to pleasure for hoi!) old ?and young we have pool table?, dancing hail, one mile bicycle track, which will be kept, in good condition. In addition we have the fingst scenery -atmosphere/!nd mineral waters you'll find anywhere. So come ene audall and have a jolly good time. For further particulars address J. G. HUNT EB, HILLMAN, GA. I FAWCETT & CO. ] ? Proprietors of fi CHATHAM V MILLS. V Manufacturers of Self-Raisinq Flour, Grist, . Mc il, and all kinds of Corn Goods.. . Flour packed either in Bulk or 9 ?la l'apcr I'IICWUKCM of aoy size. A ?Ten Cars Choice Texas Rust-Proof Oats, this ? ye6r's crop, at rock-bottom prices.*j LIBERAL ADVANCES made on all kinda ? ot Country Produce. C'orrwjjonrfciice solicited, ft 210-218 BAY STREET, WEST, j Savannah, Ga. ? ?OTlCR The Registered Standard Bred Trotting Stallion LINWOOD will stand the fall season at my stable, Edgefield C. H.. Ten Dollars for Season. Fifteen Dollars Insurance. Mares committed to my care will be carefully attended to.and fed at reasonable rates. B. L. JONES. Commission 9 Merchants. 2 ,5 CK DER 2. FILLED ~ Grinds lenses for all delects of sight. If your eves trouble you, consult him and ne wu! tell you. WITHOUT CHARGE, If you need glasses, medicine or rest. Fits glasses into old frames while you wait. Al, work guaranteed. Prof.' P. M. WHITMAN. 739 Broad St., August;!, Ga. Notice to Debtors Creditors. and All persons indebted lo tho estate of tho late Rufus Marling are n tuiosled to make prompt pay meut to the undersigned, and sd! persons having claims against said estate are likewise requested lo present them properly uit?jet>< as required by law. HAT i'll?: HARLI NG, Oct. 4th, LS(J0.. . ; " Executrix Eldorado lOiigiii^Oil, best Oil m:uh for Engines, (?ins Ac, for sale by NV W. Adams. ; liilifTiillllllllHIIItttllinflHIflll] llltl !!ll!i:if>;}l||IU!llll?liH:i!l lil?llIlll?l?llilllllllUII 11 ttlliHIIltTTilfII ? Ball PIP Mlnif?n Unfitting! i i roil iip uiiij^G!1 sipoi|ii]iya ? miii?wmmim iiiiiiiHiuiiiiiiiiii?itiiiiiiniiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiniH'?ninni?i iiiimiiiimiiifijiiiii WATCH THIS SPACK EVERY WEEK! -YOU KNOW JUST WHEKE TO BUY THE Cheapest Best and Cleanest Line of Good?, viz : Dress Goods, Domestic Goods, Calicos, Per cales, Notions and Fancy Articles. Thc Seamless Ladies Black Hose, 10c. Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 5c; Cambric Handkerchiefs, 2?c. Full stock Gents', Boys and Childrens' Ready Made Clothing, Hats and Caps. IlllliiflCSIIIillllltlillllllllltlllllll l!ini!il!!IIinillIIIIillI?l?HIHHI ItHIIIIlf lill If Iltllll! UIIll Hf IHIIIIInHlIIll ?SHOES! SHOES; SHOES! SHOES! | I FROM 2?C PER PAIR TO $5.00. Illllijllilllllrtlll IIIIIIIIHIIIIIlilHilliilIHIliUJI?Il iiUIH!IIItmiUHItl!!il!llllllllHUHUIilllimillllimi%llil OUR LINE OF SHOES IS ESPECIALLY GOOD. COTTON PRICES. . Good Joans at wholesale prices by the piece. ?2?^ Wo want your business, and to got and keep it we must seli VDU the l;<-st goods for tho least monow * SIEHST JD. YOUtJ CHILDREN TO SCHOOL ( s^And Give Them an Education .AND SUN I) THEM TO. "IvO^STEXR - BAL/K8" FOE/ TSliEECIt SCHOOL HATS. We eau ><i'i von any kind of Hat at'2;")f. Nicer ones at .";(>,-up SCHOOL HOSE seamless fast Blacks, Tans or Browns iOc pair, for 2.V. School Umbrellas, war ranted-rn runt rain, good article, at 50c. Belter ones 7-V and ; ;. s?!-: THEM. EverTtliiii?" iii ID rv Go ods BALK DRY GOODS GO., 604 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA. EDGEFIELD - INSTITUTE -RE ?ULAK SESSION BEGINS MONDAY, SEPT. 13th, 1897. ZEEIC-HI SCHOOL IDEj?^^T3yE^]iTT. E. C. DENNIS, Instructor. Latiu. Greek. Higher Mathematics. English, and usual branches. Students mmmmmmama^T ?ivtwx'-??i-c-clirs.tc cviicl ^rxmstryr De])artments, Miss ELISE CARWILE and Miss SUDIE DAVIS, Teachers. Careful and thorough instruction ia usual English branches. Tu it ion- $1.00 to $3.00 per month. Ten per cent discount where three or more come from one family. Students from abroad can secure good board at reasonable rates. For further information apply to ' E D W A. RD C. DENNIS PRINCIPAL. Our Business is Built on fjifi Foiin?t?iii! nf Hfirij B Hu 5 UliiiUUUUia Ul mwv .JL^o"w Prices I Oak Bedroom Suits, Plush Parlor Suits, Large Eurean, 6 foot Tables, High Back Chairs, High Grade Matting 3 Good Shades, Sewing Machines, Good Cooking Stoves, Baby Carriages, IF YOU LOVE A SQUARE DEAL GIVE 815.00 20.00 4.00 4.50 75 25 LOO 18.50 7.50 ' 5.00 I'S A TRIAL. Padgett Furniture Comp'y, 844 Broad St., AUGUSTA. GA. Jewelry, Silver lovelies, Watches, POCKET BOOKS, DIAMONDS. TOILET ARTICLES. Er Ul), Ul SEND FOR OUR IS97 CATALOGUE 702 BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA Sml ml Ania Coil Gin ni FT Larps St?isS B[. Engines, Oljesp aQfl OooS. . IRON VVCK'KS AND ?nnu i SUPPLY COMPANY. . AUGUSTA GA. Machinery and Supplies. Repairs, etc.. Quickly; Made. Gol our Prices boforc you buy.