THE COLUMBIA SENTINEL
Ballard & Atkinson, Proprietors.
New York Millinery Store,
728 BROAD ST., (Under Central Hotel) AUGUSTA, GA.
Announces to the lady readers of the SENTINEL that her Fall Stock of the most fashionable
and neatest MILLINERY GOODS, consisting of Silks, Velvets, Ribbons, Neckwear, Flowers,
etc. etc., has been received, and she would be pleased to have the ladies of Harlem and vicini
ty to call when in Augusta and examine her goods before purchasing.
and Bonnets trimmed to order tastefully and in the latest style.
jj®“bhe solicits a share of the public patronage and guarantees satisfaction.
MESS NELLIE PURCELL,
novi c 728-Broad street. Under Central Hotel, Augusta, Ga
tOev e it
Has there been exhibited in this City a
Finer Line of
Gents’ Fine Shoes
Than Is now to be found at
A. <J. GOULET’S
722 BROAD STREET.
THESE GOODS are madeun in French, German and Domestic Caif Skin, Porpoise and
Kangaroo Skin. They are made up in all styles, from the Toothpick Toe to the Broad, Com
mon Sense, and are made in Button, Congress and Lace. The productions of the following
well-known firms are to be found in this
A Ober Newark, N. J.; James A. Banister, Newark, N J.; Stacy, Adams A Co., Brockton. Mass,
(a most complete Ifne of these goods); Rockland Company, Rockland, Mass.; Williams, Knee
land A Co., South Braintree, Mass.
No house in Georgia carries any such lines of First Class Goods. In addition to the
I carrv a most complete line of Medium Priced Goods. Customers remember I hr El,
NO SHODDY STOCK. I permit no misrepresentation, lam sole for W. L. Douglas
A, J. GOULEY, 722 Broad Street.
OPPOSITE THE MONUMENT.
Barrett’s Jamaica Tonic.
Though comparatively new before the peo
ple is fast mounting to the top round of the
ladder as a most elegant and efficacious Fami
ly Medicine and below we give you a few of
the many reasons why it is doing so:
Barrett’s Jamaica Tonic.
Cures Heartburn, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach. Increases the appetite
and gives tone to .he system and is recommended by all leading phy
sicians and pharmacists throughout the country.
We invite all physicians to call on us and see the formula, which
fact will prove to them what we assert, that Barrett s Jamaica. Tonic
has no superior and tew, it any, equals lor the troubles tor which it is
We guarantee all of our Preparations to give satisfaction or money
Price 50 Cents.
For sale by all druggists and merchants.
G. BARRETT & CO.,
Proprietor’s of H. 11. P-, Gilder’s Pills, McC's. Cough Cure Bar
rett’s Imperial Colonge.
~ JESSUP BROS..
832 Broad Street Augusta- Ga.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS
Cooking and Heating Stoves
Buy the’“Albion” Cook Stove. This Stove has been sold with
perfect satisfaction for the past fifteen years.
JESSUP BROS., - - - - AUGUSTA, GA
HARLEM, GA., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1887-
A. L. HATCHER & CO,
Bolts, Rim and aP d Locks, Wagon Irons
Broad and Club Axes, Wheelbarrows, Pocket
and Table Cutlery, Arne’s Shovels, Pitch
We can furnish everything in the hardware
Against any market this side of Bal
As we buy the most of our Goods direct
M B. HATCHER’S OLD STAND.
Law Hauge, Harlem, Oa.
I keep constantly on hand Fresh and Saleable Goods. Come and
see me before making your purchases and I will save you money.
Beef and Fresh Sausage
daily and FRESH FISH every Saturday.
Remember the place, LAW RANGE, Harlem, Ga.
fQit COUGHS AND CROUP USE
' fcffi ■>( I
IZr T « JE-* T INT ■
The jweet gam. *» gather from a tree of the wne name,
rrnwjrg along th" arngfl -trea . • In the Houthern fitatea,
tontaina a .tlmnUtin? expectorant principle that h-.aeoa
theohl-J’n producing th* e*rlv cough and otlmu-
the Child to throw off the fal«* membrane In croup and
whorplnz »arh. When combined with the healing mucl
lar'nooa principle In the mull-In plant of the old flelda. pre
* *,. |o TxvtoT* R«wkdt of and
MOLtßtw the fine*’ known remedy for < < .>eh*. Cro.jp,
Wh woi’.r CouZti and < Duaumptior. and paUtable, any
ehild il ri' •-■od to take It Adt W* ‘t fa It. Prt?*,
Sfc.wUl. WALTER A. TAYLOH, Atlanta, G».
r- I.p BIGGE* >”•' ':p ' CORUUL f r
n»ar<r, s >ent»r. C-.;d.'Ct Tectbing. For bj
•Udrußi”- 1 * --
Don’t Buy Until you
find out the new
» t improve-
I V a ments.
A3-SEND FOR CATALOGUEH..««r
J. ?. Stevens & Bro
We failed to reach you on Friday
last. It was not our fault however.
It was the result of a misunderstand
ing on the part of the parties from
whom we purchase our paper. We
regret it exceedingly and earnestly
hope it will not occur again. We
give you an issue to-day in lieu of
Terms, $1 2*5 a Year in Advaneo
\vii.rr is being done in and
SQUIBB CAUGHT ON THE FLY UY SENTINEL
REPORTERS —NEWS OF TIIECOUNTY CON
—Adieu until the first week in
—So far Xmas has been exceeding
ly dull in the Sylvan City.
—Have you decided how you will
make up your ticket ?
- Rev. Mr. Adams will spend his
holiday on Forest street in Harlem.
—Mrs. R. A. Oslin, nee Miss Duel
la Ellington, of Rutledge, came down
last week and will remain until af
ter the holidays.
BBf“We most earnestly and respect
fully ask all in arrears to come up
—Mrs. Sa lie Crouch, neo Miss Sa
die Sanders, of Washington, is here
on a visit to her father’s family and
the home of her childhood.
—We admit three straights is very
discouraging, so pick your flints and
—Mrs. S. M. Jackson, of Berzelia,
visited friends and relatives in liar
lem on Wednesday last.
—We will enter upon the new
year with renewed energies and in
creased facilities ami will make the
Sentinel worthy your patronage.
—Our Tax Collector has been
quite busy since the 20th issuing exe
—Jno. F. Langston succeeds Wil
lie Curry in the mammoth store of
Hatcher & Co.
—On January Ist Willie Curry will
fake a lucrative position under R. A.
Conner, Jr., Georgia Railroad Yard
Master in Augusta. Quite a coinpli.
merit to one so young.
—We did not attend the oyster
supper Friday night last, being ab
sent on business in Atlanta, but learn
with pleasure of the unbounded sue
cess of the enterprise.
—Miss Ida Young, the accomplish
ed principal of the Washington Fe
male Seminary, returned to Harlem
last week where she will spend
—The pesky fire cracker is again
with us. This is one adjunct, t.,
Xmas festivities that wo could well
afford to dispense with. Were it in
our power we would pass an edict to
stop the manufacture of them.
—Mr. C. J. Fortson, a prominent
citizen and successful farmer of Mc-
Duffie county, spent Wednesday of
last week in Harlem. Mr Fortson
as guaidian of Gecrg.- and S. Ij. Stur
gis, minor children of A. G. Sturgis,
received through Hardy & Ballard,
agents ot the Staunton Life Associa
tion of Virginia SI,OOO in full settle
ment of the death claim of A. G.
Xmas Tree To Sight
The Methodist Church is elaborate
ly dressed for the festivities to-night.
The tree is planted within the chan- j
cel, immediately in front of the pul-1
pit and will show up beautifully !
when arranged with the many pres
cuts prepared for it, together with
the brilliant tapers that will light it
up for the occasion. The festivities
show remarkable tact and persever
ance on the part of the committee of I
young ladies. Some of the boys ren
dered valuable assistance under the
direction and supervision of the fair
ones. The music to night will be
par excellent Don’t fail to turn out
and be certai i to carry the little
ones if there are any at your house.
The board of trustee of the List!
tute met on the 20th inst. and elect
ed Prof. Caldwell, of Mayville to sue-
VOL VI NO 23
J ceed Prof. Ellington. Pi of. Caldwe'l
comes with high testimonials us to
his qualifications as an educator. He
is a num of strict integrity, refine
ment and ability. We tender him
the hearty’ co-operation of the Senti
nel in his endeavors to build up the
school here, and in our mind’s eye
we see Harlem taking front rank in
Georgia as a place of learning.
two of Columbia’s gallant sons and
LOVELY DAUGHTERS UNITE IN SILKEN
Gray—Luke.—The hospitable homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Minor Luke was the
scene of pleasure on Tuesday even
ing. At an early hour relatives and
friends gathered to witness the cou
sumation of the nuptials between Mr.
F. D Gray and Miss Mamie E Luke,
the ceremony being performed by tho
The groom is one of Columbia’s
highly esteemed young men, possess
ed with sterling business qualities
and a record for integrity unsurpass
ed by any young man in the Stale
Everybody knows Frank and will
tenner him good wishes; while the
bride is one of the most estimable
young Indies in the county, possess
ing those characteristics which givo
her the highest c mgrat illations of her
many friends. The Sentinel tenders
its sincere wishes to the happy cou
ple for a life of uninterrupted hupp-’
Florence—Parkman. —At t’
of tho bride’s fat lie’’, on /
night, Mr. J. P.
M. E Parkman were united in m.
riage by the writer. Tho Hentinil.
hopes for them a life oi perpetual
One of Our Cousins Again.
Editors Sentinel :
Pretty cold day, eh, and the roses
have ceased to bloom, but oranges
bloom all seasons of the year and the
fruit is being gal bored for Xmas
around here, as you will see from
what is recorded here in McDuffie
county. 'The following marriages
took place recently: Andrew M.C-
Leau and Miss Myra Sturgis, of Mc-
Duffie; J*. C. Dill, of McDuffie and
Miss Lucy Strother, of Lincoln'; Win.
Furr and Miss Hays, both of McDuf
fie. And, now, that their lots are cast
together, we hope that their brightest
anticipations may be realized, and
that, their smiles, which are now like
an overseers wages— from year to
year be as lasting ns their union.—
There uro others to follow soon judg
ing from Lewis Williamson’s smiles,
ami wo Haw him get that new buggy
a day or two since. Wo think this
means that Lewis intends depositing
$L 51) nt the Ordinary’s office soon.—
So go it, boys.
And this reminds us that, 21 years
ago to-day we, too, spruced up and
had a life-long knot tied which is still
unbroken. There were only two of
us, now wo number eight souls, with
good health and appetites, oh my,
they are just splendid and a good
prospect for a satisfactory meal in
the near future, as the old woman
has just finished dressing five full
grown chickens. I tried to get her
to lets marly again but she wont con
sent, so I will have, to hold on to what
Ah Xmas is near, and from tho old
to the new yeai many changes are to
b<- made, among them Mr. John Bos
ton, Jr., will leave Appling for Pine
Giove. We welcome him in our
midst. Mr. C. T. Dill from Republi
can, to C. 11. Ellington’h plantation,
near Fine Grove. We say to him,
come over ami see us. They will both
be close neighbors to your former
correspondent, Phyllis. Bv-tbe-way,
Dulcie lias been with Phyllis for
Home time and we saw her going
down towards that. J. P’s. again and
the young man with her was all
smiles, too. If that J. P. would get a
f.iw blanks from tho Ordinary worth
about $1 50 I think he would get a
j >!> some day’. Good luck to you,
D ilcie. Phyllis and Bollur ctlebrat
<d the anniversary of their marriage
and remembered us and a big dinner
she gave us too. My paper is out,
bo good-bye. Scßoaoiss.